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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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: ,_ VOLUME 13--NUMBER 27 'CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY, 22, 1042 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER: TKAtt

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.;:', COMMENCEMENT TO USSC Declares New 'GLADES FARMERS



:;;>: ,.. START SUNDAY NITE GRADUATION HIGH SCHOOL EXERCISESCLEWISTON AUDITORIUM Dividends On StockA AWAIT- GO AHEAD

TUESDAY MAY 26 8:00 P. M. telegram to the News 'yesterday --
: NIGHT, _
r'-- AT BACCALAUREATE \ from Wm. T. Bitting, of New SIGNAL ON RUBBERIndependent

Prelude-7:45 to 8 :00 ......-..... Clewiston Public School Band York, treasurer of the United
Under the Direction of Prof. Frank Sturchio States Sugar Corporation, stated I

. Processional-Organ Echoes ........................ .....' Band that qt a meeting of the board of
The six members of
1' Clewiston Opening Prayer ....;............................... Fr. Timothy J. Geary directors held Thursday in New farmers..,of the Everglades -
High' School's 'Senior Class will re- Salutatory ....................:......................................... Hager Lowe await only the go ahead sig
.- ceive their diplomas next Tuesday American Legion Award .................................... W. C. Owen York a forty cent quarterly divi- nal from Washington before be-
night'' when commencement exerciseswill Clarence 'R. Bitting Award, ...........................,.... A. O. Ward dend was declared on all SeriesA ginning planting of crops requiredfor
be held in the high school Special School Awards ........................................ RW. Turk 6.4 % preferred stock,_ $25.00par the synthetic rubber
auditorium starting at eight o'- Kiwanis Award ............................:..................... R. M. Bishop value.In program
... ........ .... Louise fifteen proposed by the U. S. Sugar Cor-
but will Dedication of School Annual........ ... Roath addition a cent divi-
clock begin commencement
Class History..................................................... Louise Roath dend was declared on all common poration, according to Mrs. RuthS.
activities Sunday night when the Class Prophecy........................................... Gus Cantrell, Jr. stock and fifteen cents participat Wedgeworth of'Belle Glade,
baccalaureate sermon is preachedIn Class Will ................................................_........... John Bethea head of the committee representing
the auditorium by Rev. H. C. Address-"Youth Works for Security" ........ Erwin Johnwick, ing dividend on Series A preferred independent growers of the Lake .
Meador, pastor of the First Bar>> Principal of, South ,Bay School stock, $25.00 par value. All dividends Okeechobee district.

tist Church. Valedictory _....................................................... Mary Johnson are payable June 10 to
,Awarding of Diplomas :....___ Dr. C. E. Weaver, County Supt. holders of record on May 27, 1942. Two weeks ago, independent
.t The members of the class are as Star Spangled Banner ............___...............___............:........ Band This is the second dividend: -of farmers representing more than
follows: Misses Mary 'Johnson, Closing Prayer ..........................__................ .Rev. H. C. Meador the year, the first being paid on 100,000 acres of 'glades land, sig-
Louise Roath and Beulah Guthrieand Recessional-Activity March ......................................-.Band March 10 on common stock and nalled their approval of the plan
Hager Lowe, Gus Cantrell, Jr.,
I Series A preferred. The amount of formulated by Clarence R. Bitting,

and John Bethea. the dividend was the same as that president of the sugar' corporation,
At the baccalaureate service Rev.1.--------------- declared yesterday.FREEZING in resolutions forwarded to official

: : Meador will be assisted by Rev. --------- Washington, asking the governmentto
John N. Montgomery, pastor of the I expedite, granting of prioritiesfor
Sea Scouts PlaceIn
Community Church, and Fr. Timothy DRAFT BOARD ISSUES necessary processing equip-
J. Geary, pastor of the Catholic MeetSix OF LUMBER ment, "to the end that we, the

.. Church. Special music will be Swimming farmers of the Everglades, may do

furnished by a community chorus LIST OF DELINQUENT SALES AFFECTS CITY'' our share in the prosecution of the

directed by J. E. Beardsley. Scrip- members of the new Sea national war effort."
ture readings will be given by 'Gus With the harvesting of celery
organized ,E. E.
Scout patrol, by
Cantrell, Jr., and Miss Mary, ,John- COUNTYREGISTRANTS
\ Gross who will act as Skipper, BUILDING PROGRAMThat and beans to end within the next

son. participated in a district: Boy Scout three weeks, farmers are beginningto
Preceding the commencement swimming meet at Punta Gorda recently wonder when they will receive
program the school band led by The local Selective Service office and brought back, four rib- the government freezing. the necessary encouragement from

Prof. Frank Sturchio will play a gives the following list'of bons. There were more than two order applied ,to lumber at the I the government, assuring them of
fifteen minute prelude of band delinquent registrants under the hundred scouts participating in the mills would seriously affect local I equipment required to process these
numbers from 7:45 to 8:00: and will' Selective Service law and asked that meet. building during the period that the crops into, essentials that would

also play the recessional, the pro- they 'be published so that informa- Sherwood Hall took third placein order fs in effect is the belief of provide nearly 10 per cent of the
.- cessional and the national anthem. tion may be secured as to their nation's synthetic rubber needs.
diving and a team composed of R. C. Wilson of the Bishop-Wilson
The valedictory address will be whereabouts.Mrs. Sherwood Hall, Sonny Vaughn and Lumber Company.Mr. The $75,000,000 project orig-
made by Miss Mary Johnson and i I, S. Bell, clerk at the selective John Robbins brought back third Wilson stated this week that inated by Bitting, contemplates the

p the salutatory by Hager: Lowe.: service office, promises that place ribbons for the "nightgown"relay. the order: permitted the continued planting of 100,000 acres of sugar

Erwin Johnwick, principal of, the none of them will, prosecuted under Others making the trip were sales of lumber by his company so cane, sweet potatoes and peanuts. '

South Bay school will deliver the Ii selective service regulations if they Nick Schiffli, Melvin Torbett and long as they have lumber stockedbut Half the acreage would be operatedby

commencement address, "Youth can be located within "ten days aft- Houston Burke and Nick did not when this is gone it will be independent, farmers and half, by

Works for Security." er this publication.The enter any of the events. impossible to buy any more except the, sugar corporation, which offersto

W. C. Owen will present the list, together with the last The Sea Scouts are a branch of small bits from little mills, pro- lease for $1 the sites for pro-

American Legion medal A> O,.Ward: known address, follows, all the men the Boy Scouts and take' in only cessing 5,000 feet or less a day cessing plants and operate them

will give the Clarence R. pitting except one being colored: boys from fifteen to eighteen. Mr. which did not come under the or- without profit-for the duration. In

cash award, R. W. Turk 'will make I Charlie Gray, col., Rt.. No. 1, Gross has had considerable experi- der. order to .meet Bitting's projected

ii the special school-awards' and the Clewiston, ,Fla:. '' ence in Sea Scout work and hopesto The local lumber company will first-of-year" ,processing plans, sweet

:_.'" .?. by R. M. BishoP 'Miss Louise Shawnee Farms. *. c :.. interest in the, patrol here. not being able to continue with their upon conclusion of the
Roath will dedicate the school an- planned program for twentyfivenew present vegetable harvesting, sea-
nual and Dr. C. E. Weaver county McKenneth Wheeler, col., Moore -
son.
houses which were to have
Haven, Florida. Padgett Hopes to Get
superintendent, will present the
been ,started shortly but have suf- Although the farmers' resolution
diplomas Joseph Alfred Anthony Lizotte, ficient lumber on hand to completethe found most of Florida's congressional -
The class history will be given wh., Gen. Del., Clewiston, Fla. Woodworking ClassesDan seven now under construction. n. delegation back home campaigning -
by Louise Roath, the class prophecy Henry Amiker, col., Rt. No. 1,
.... O'Dell .and Clark are rapidly com- for reelection, Rep. Pat Can-
by Gus Cantrell, Jr.; and the class Box 88, Clewiston, Fla. Padgett, vocational agri- pleting their 'first unit of twenty- non replied that he would "con-

will by John Bethea. David Joseph James, col., Rt. No. five houses. The'' other unit of tinue to exert every effort to spend
culture teacher in the local school,
1, Box 295, Clewiston, Fla. twenty-five which had been plan- the production of war require
Dance Is Scheduled George Lewis, col., ,Rt. No. 1, stated this morning that under a ned may not be started unless their ments." Senator Claude Pepper

.. Box 295, Clewiston, Fla. new set-up for National Defense supply house in Miami has a suf- wrote that 'he would 'go into the
At ,New Auditorium
J. D. Raymond.,-, Rt. No.1, Training he hoped to start classesin ficient quantity of all classes of matter and that he would be gladto

Box 295, Clewiston, Fla. woodworking here and in Moore materials needed to complete the "help any proposal that 'would
'. A dance tomorrow, Saturday James Junior McDonald, col.,. work. benefit the growers and farmersof
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night, at the Sugarland Park Audi- Gen. Del., Clewiston, Fla. Haven ,by June '15. The sugar corporation's thirtyone Florida and which was truly
torium, is scheduled by the United For these classes, which require new' houses in Sugarland Park designed for their welfare."
Cleve Grant, col., Rt. No.1, Box
States Sugar Corporation for their 151-B, Clewiston, 'Fla at least ten boys to the class; the are virtually completed and will be Meanwhile, although the plant-
employees and members of their : government will furnish $150 finished without difficulty.The ing of peanuts required for the
Willie Lee Cremette col. Gen.
families and the dates of single ,' ,order went into effect the lastic's manufacture can be delayed
Del., Clewiston, Fla. worth of material and will pay an
employees. latter part of last week and is until August, agricultural experts
Climon Buts, cot:, ,Clewiston, Fla. instructor probably local -
a competent
Music will be furnished by a scheduled to stay in effect for say that the planting of sweet
six-piece West Palm Beach or- Pierce Sampson, col, Rt. No., 4, carpenter, to teach the sixty days. Mr. Wilson points out, potatoes should not be delayed

chestra and an admission price of Box 5, Americus, Ga. class four hours each day for the however, that tire sales were frozen much beyond June 1st.

r fifty cents per couple will be Eugene Simmon, col., Jensen, ten weeks' period. Upon comple- for thirty days but' sales, have not There is no shortage of seed,

,charged to help defray the cost of Fla. tion of the course the boys are reg- nor will they be, resumed. All since .Mis. Wedgeworth reports That
Johnnie B. Julkes, ,col., Rt. No.
the orchestra. istered with the National Employ- mills are required to 'sell lumber the U. S. Sugar Corporation has
Clewiston Fla.
Plans_ for the concert to be held 1, ,Box 88, ment Service and may be hired as only on an A-l priority which offered, to make its seed beds avail-
in the auditorium next Thursday (Continued on page 8) carpenter helpers. The course is means that sales must be to the able to the independents.

night are going ahead and the open to all boys between the ages army, the navy or some vitally need
public is invited to attend this Seaman Padgett Has of 17 and 25 and during the sum- ed military construction.REAL .
Negro Drowned'In Levee
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concert. These concerts i
are
planned mer many school boys will be able I
for the last Thursday night in ESTATE SALES .
InterestingExperience to take the course.
each month, at least through the I Mr. Padgett is hoping that in the Canal On Last SundayJohnny

summer. place of minor construction in his Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Morris have

4' The new baseball diamond is now A letter received recently from the I training program that plans can purchased the residence on Saga- Davis, 26, a' sugar cane
being constructed just back of the U. S. Navy Department by the family : be worked out for the constructionof more Avenue, formerly occupied by worker employed by the United

bowling alleys and will soon be of Raymond Padgett who is in a shop for vocational agriculture T.A.. Markette. The house was States Sugar Corporation in the
ready for use. This consists of service with the Pacific Fleet states classes here and a classroom for purchased from W. L. Winn of Liberty Point camp, was accidentally
I I laying out the diamond and hard- that he will have a most interesting such classes in Moore Haven. At Belle Glade, and the deal was drowned Sunday .afternoon while
surfacing the base lines to a width story to tell when he gets back the present time there is a class- handled by the Beardsley office. swimming with a group of other!
wide enough that diamond ball can home. room here and no shop and in W. W. Perry has recently pur- workmen in the levee canal near
j also be played on the same diam- Raymond, who is a brother of Moore Haven there is a shop without -' chased Lot 8, Block 172, which ad- the Liberty Point Fish Camp..
ond, sodding the outfield and infield Mrs. J. H. Wilson and Dan Padgettof a classroom. joins his residence on the north.
Davis is said to have been unableto
constructing backstops, play- Clewiston. was reported several '
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; ... ers' benches and bleachers for the weeks ago as having been lost in swim' and had been cautionednot
to go in the canal at this place
spectators. acticJn but shortly afterwards the.
I, because of its unusual depth. Efforts -
Diamond ball is also
play being
family received a cablegram from
started and several games have been the Navy that he was alright and BACCALAUREATE, PROGRAMHIGH were made -to save him whenhe

played. Recreation director A. E. had rejoined his ship, the U. S. S. stepped in over his. head but to
G
SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
, Oliver is hoping that at least four Parrott. no avail.

teams can be organized. The commander of the "Parrott" SUNDAY, MAY 24, 8:00 P. M. The body was not located despite

wrote the letter this week and "- efforts of divers and was found

STATION CHANGES HANDS while few details were given he Indicated Processional .............................................. Community Chorus late Tuesday afternoon by a Coast
that Raymond had had a Guard cutter, the crew of which
The Sinclair Service Station, thrilling experience.: Apparently he Opening Prayer ...._........................:_. Rev. J. N. Montgomery, saw the body floating a mile or so
operated since its opening by M. L was blown overboard during action Pastor Community Church west of the point where he had
Pape, has been purchased by George I drowned. They reported it on arrival -
and in the water for several
was ........ Cantrell, Jr.
Beck of Lakeport and it is being hours before drifting ashore on a Old Testament Scripture, Gen. 13:1-13 Gus at the locks in Moore Haven'

operated by Allen Douglas who small island. After 'some time he Song ....................................................:..... Community Chorus and the body was taken out that
comes here from Lakeport. night by corporation workers. -
was able to make his way from New Testament Scripture, Mat. 19:16-26 ........ Mary: Johnson sugar
BOARD OF REVIEW POSTPONED island to island and finally reacheda An inquest is understood to
point where he could contact his Sermon-"Meeting Life's Challenge" ......:.. Rev. H. C. Meador, have been held and the body interred -
The Board of Review of the ship and later rejoin it. Pastor First Baptist Church' at Harlem cemetery. v

,Glades-Hendry Boy Scout ,district As the "Parrott" was listed as Davis was from Charleston, S.
Closing Prayer ........_.........................._ Fr. Timothy J. Geary,
,which was scheduled to have been one of the ships in the recent Car., and had been with the corporation
held here on May 26 has been Coral Sea battle, Raymond is prob- Pastor St. Margaret's Catholic Church less, than a year.

;i postponed until June 2 because of ably seeing plenty of action but a Recessional ........................?.....................: Community Chorus
the conflict with graduation exer- cablegram from him very recentlysays Uncle Sam needs your help. Buy
cises., he is okay. Defense Bonds and Stamps.




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33? TWO Irishmen arranged: to fight \
duel
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Knockout"I his lean
adversary facing him he
had a fall last night' that left THE' STORY SO FAR: Joan Leland "But we have to do something," "Take it easy now," the officer raised'' an objection.

me unconscious for six hours." accepts a secretarial position in a night Joan pleaded. advised. "We're not sure." "Bedad!P' he said, "I'm twiceas

"Good gosh! Where did you club and falls In love with the handsome "Wait until tomorrow and see Tell me," Joan begged. "Wheredid big a target as he is so I
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fall?" proprietor, Karl Miller. Her, sister, Sybil what happens" you find them?" ought to stand twice as far ,
Karl's motives and Is not away
"Asleep." mollified, suspects when he also gets her a new Paul smiled grimly. "It amusesme "A woman's garments were found from him as he is from me."

.... position. Paul Sherman, club manager the way Karl trusts me. Even 'on the Golden Gate Bridge-a coat, "Be aisy now," replied his second -
Stipulation warns Joan about Karl but she defends the most clever criminals make one shoes and a handbag with a letter "I'll soon put that right!"

Barbara-What did father say him to both Paul and Sybil. Delivering fatal mistake. This is his." addressed to your sister. Apparently Taking a piece of chalk from

when you told him you wanted to a mysterious: message for Karl to a "You really think he trusts you it was .suicide." his pocket, he drew two lines down
me? tramp steamer, she finds Paul secretly now?" "Suicide? Sybil would never do a the stout man's coat, leaving
marry following her. He rescues her from Eric a
George-He didn't object, but he Strom, Karl's partner, when Eric tries to "Yes. And since he does, he is thing like that! space between them.
did impose one serious condition. kiss her. Karl shoots and kills Eric In sure to reveal something." "Maybe she didn't. Maybe she "Now," he said, turning to 'the

Barbara-What was that? Joan's presence, and threatens to blame '"And all this trouble started be- just wants you to think so. But thin man, "fire away, yespalpeen, "
George-He said he'd see me her If she calls the police' tie admitshe cause I wouldn't take Sybil's ad- we called up her employer, Mrs. and remember that any hits out-
hanged first. is German, and part of a spy ring. To vice." Murdock, and she said she hadn't side the chalk lines don't count."
her surprise, Paul backs him up. At her shown up for work."
home that night Paul enters through the As Joan picked up her purse she Joan's
Karl. "You
FAILED HER window and reveals himself as Paul remembered the ring Karl had giv- eyes were upon "
had
O'Malley of the FBI. Knowing her finger- en her. It was in its velvet box in something to do with this, her I Changed DefinitionsAmong

prints were on the gun Karl made her her purse where she had placed it eyes accused.
pick up, he had to side with him tempo. this morning. She had completely For one moment she was tempted

rarity, he explained as this work was, forgotten to return it. Karl did not to pour out the whole story of the the many English words
more important than their,lives. Joan it ring to accusations
seem to care particularly whethershe spy scream whose meanings have been
revelation that Karl also
the
sickened by but Paul was at her side now, grasp.
did changed in the
has a wife in Germany. Sybil disappears.Now or not. past two or three
continue with the story.CHAPTER "It's probably stolen anyway," ing her firmly by the arm, and the centuries are girl, which was origi-

-- Joan thought bitterly as Paul took pressure told her to be silent. nally used to designate children of '

her back to the club. Karl was saying, "I'm terribly either sex; hussy, which meant

J X Joan laid the dazzling emerald be- sorry, Joan. You may go with the only housewife; villain, which

Mr. Justwed: Why, dearie, this fore Karl without speaking and Karl officers. Paul will go with you and meant a boor; and lumber, which
bread isn't baked at all. One-thirty and still Sybil had not put it in his pocket as if it had beena see that you get home safely." meant discarded or superfluous
Mrs. Justwed: I know it isn't- come home. What had she meant slip of "Thanks! Joan flung the word things.

and I can't understand it. I put by that note saying "something terrible Joan paper. to into his expressionless face.
wanted to
scream, pour
lots of baking powder in it but it had happened? out her anger. But she suspectedthat All the way to headquarters Joan

doesn't seem to have worked at "She never trusted Karl. Joan it would only amuse him. prayed that all this might be a mis-

all spoke fearfully. take-that those clothes found on
win- Karl actually seemed to think that gIMORCLIJ1HS
Paul was looking out of the the Golden Gate Bridge were notSybil's.
she would return to their former ret I-
dow. "He's not there now. What-
That's Right It could not be Sybil! Her

"Willie," asked the teacher of the new ever happened to Sybil had nothingto sister had said she would "be back

pupil, "do you know your alphabet?" do with Karl personally. He soon." Was that indicative of suicide Other's FailingWe

"Yes, miss," answered Willie. hasn't been out of sight, all eve- I. ? But when she was faced with carry our neighbor's failing

"Well, then" continued the teacher, ning. Of course there are"plentyof '? the coat, shoes and handbag she in sight; we throw our own over
'what letter comes after 'A'?" others working with him. r knew there was.no mistake. our shoulders.

"All of 'em," teas the triumphal reply. ''Karl said that everyone at the 9 :" "Yes. These are my sister's,"
Club Elite involved. Is that
was -
she told them tonelessly.
Yes and No true?"
There was sympathetic silenceas CALL USES
a
Johnson(incredulous Youdon't "I'm afraid so. Karl is too 'clever
an officer removed the clothes >
mean to tell me that your memoryis to take any chances. and letter. To relieve painful callouses,burn-
absolutely perfect?, "But what does he actually do?" ing or tenderness on bottom of feet
Jackson Well to be honest Paul thrust his hands into his "Do you know of any reason .why and remove callouses-get theso
F
your sister should have don this?" thin, soothing,cushioning pads.
"I'm
and stared at the fire.
right now I can't remember anything -, pockets ".
that I've ever forgotten. not sure of all his' activities and I "No. Joan wanted to cry but
'
I II the tears would not come. A great
have no proof, but he is suspectedof
transferring plans of bombing pain welled up inside her. Sybil!

planes and munition plants to other Sybil was all she had in the world!

foreign agents. He's working with :,. She felt the floor swaying beneath Thrice Armed

someone else, of course." her. She clung to the table. Thrice armed is he who hath his

"Remember that. freighter Karl "Poor kid!" Paul was saying as quarrel just.

took me to and later sent me to with i I1 tI he helped her into a chair.. 'Someone -

package?" else brought a glass of water.

D9ublePui'poselaxative "Maybe establishing refueling, I IIt "It's almost impossible to recover i

bases for submarines." I a body from that part of the I

Gives "Not .here!" Joan cried. bay," one 'of the men was saying. $ ::I

"No Probably ,in the South At- ,L1 "Of course"Well do all we can but Kills -

More SatisfactionDon't lantic. I don't know yet." the tide is,so strong ." .il

"Stop it!" Joan screamed. "I tell APWIS
Joan sighed. "I always wanted
be satisfied just to relieve your
present constipated condition. Meet adventure but I certainly didn't expect you my sister didn't kill herself! One ounce makes six gallons

this problem more thoroughly by it to take this form." .......... ...- -.-.-- I know she didn't! She was speak- of aphis ,Full directions !
spray
toning: up your intestinal system. ing incoherently now.
this "I'm sorry you got in so deep, on label.a Insist on
For Double-Purpose, use Dr. Joan laid the dazzling emerald The officers leaned closer. "Just
Hitchcock's' All-Vegetable Laxative Paul told her very seriously. before Karl without speaking: and ,,,,factory sealed packages.
what do Miss Leland?
Powder-an Intestinal Tonic Laxa- you mean,
"It's fault. You triedto ioucco Ir iloauaf t auuw
rrolrounon
I
my own if it had
Karl it in his
put pocket as -
tive. It not acts and
only gently Paul came to the rescue. "Miss ,Irrcoatoaalm plOUISVIll4
warn me, so did Sybil been of
thoroughly, but tones lazy bowel a slip paper. Leland is hysterical. It's only nat- KIN1UCrP
muscles-giving more satisfaction. Their eyes met. Two o'clock and ,;
: lationship. "You loved me yester- ural. This has been a terrible shock,
F Dr. Hitchcock's Laxative Powder Sybil was still out. I
helps relieve Dizzy Spells, Sour "I'm going," Paul said, rising, day," he reminded her. "What is of course. Probably a ,good night'ssleep ..1
Stomach, Gas, Headache, and that "and better so different?" will fix her up. Why not let
you'd get some sleep.
reerred "You force to work for me take her home? She's had.
I'll be by for you at one-thirty. can me
1 by' Constipation. Use only as di- Karl's orders, you know." He smiled you-that's all!" Joan told him, her enough for one night." (';)' 'lI//uJS
rected. 15 doses for only lOc. Large grimly. "It's fortunate for both green eyes blazing. Had she ever "Sure," the officer said sympathetically ] '
25c. Adv. acbej and
family size of us." loved this ,cruel, conceited man? "Go ahead. \!

""I'm not going to bed until Syb An hour later Paul Sherman appeared Paul led the trembling figure down RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

KILL ALL FLIES comes," Joan insisted. again and said something to the cold marble hall and into the I r '

s "Oh, yes you are! You need your Karl in his own language. Joan street. Joan could not have stood I

Placed KWer attracts enywltere.and Daisy kIl s tl4x.d'c Fly. sleep. Tomorrow is going to be a noticed that Paul did not look at her, without his support.

Id convcnlcnt-caanor Guaranteed, eeectlve.epllliUlnot Ncat-, tough day. You've got to be click- but she felt a personal importance in "Why' didn't'you let me tell ,
{ 8of arhiuro) anythl ing on till cylinders. Both our lives those guttural words even though them?" She asked over and over. j
Lasts all Eea on. 20o atw wR
dealers. Harold Somers, Inc., are at stake. You can't afford to she could not understand them. "Paul, you know Karl had some- yr MEDY: .1
15a Do Kalb .
A ve.B'klynN.Y.Bt '
make: a slip. If Karl ever finds. out, Karl smiled as he turned to her thing to do with this." K --' -' *

we'll end up just like Eric." but there was warning in his eyes. "We can't prove it," he remindedher J
When he had gone she tried to "There are two officers here to kindly. "Our only chance to Large Bottleb( tratatsl'izo.) ...mallSue60c "
AT All GOOD DRUG STORES er BY MAIL u receipt el I price
obey his instructions. She went to see you, Joan. I believe they have convict Karl of this, or anythingelse McNEIL DRUG CO., Inc. I

bed and tried to sleep.At news of your sister." is to be seemingly unsuspi- 530 Broad Street-jacksonville, Florida 1

TRY THIS NERVOUS one-thirty Paul arrived and cious." "

IF YOU'REon"certain took Joan to the Club Elite. "The police!1" In an instant Joan They were driving home now, j
"Now remember," he said as he her feet."Something through the wet streets of San Fran-
was on
days"of month parked the car, "we're not friends. cisco. Wreaths shone from the win- DON'T LET 1 1
about Sybil, Karl repeated -
If functional monthly disturbancesmake Ignore me. And watch your step." dows of homes and apartments.
yoiuservous: restless, high- But it was not easy to walk into' calmly, but his eyes warned Small Christmas trees -sparkled. CONSTIPATION j
strung, cranky, blue, at such times her not to make a false move.
-try Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable this office, to see Karl sitting' at Joan risked at Paul. It Next weekChristmas."Oh SLOW YOU UP
Compound-famous for over 60 his desk with the familiar red car- a glance Paul, I can't stand it!" and feel :
he shook' his When bowels are sluggish you
years; -to help relieve such pain nation in his buttonhole seemed to her that he said ..
the same "Listen, honey, tenderly, irritable, headachy and everything you -
and nervous feelings of women's had head ever so slightly. He was try- committed do is effort, do millions do chew
"difficult smile that once endeared him "I don't think Sybil sui- an as -
days. ing to tell her not to take any FEEN-A-MINT, tho modem chewinggum
Taken regularly-Pinkham's to her. With shaking hands she removed cide.
laxative. chew FEEN-A-
Compound helps build up resist- her hat and. coat and sat chances. "Then you think Karl is behindit MINT before Simply to bed-sleep with-
ance against such annoying symp down at her desk. "All right," Karl snapped. "Show. ?" out being disturbed-next you go morning gentle,
toms. Follow label
directions. Well "
worth trying! "Paul tells me you have decidedto them in. "I wouldn't be surprised." thorough relief, helping you feel swell
Karl Paul disappeared.When Has he again full of your normal pep. Try
be sensible, commented. "But where is Sybil? .?
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
( "What else can I do?" She pausedfor the door opened as he left, "As a matter of fact," Paul said and economical.A generous family supplyFEEN.A.MINTcO

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have you done to my sister?" laughter from the front of the club. Now this is pure theory, understand, 101

Karl regarded her with apparent Christmas gayety I How could these but I think Karl is trying to put a.

surprise. "Sister? What do you people laugh and be merry? How scare into you. He's probably tak-

mean?" I could they be so unaware of the en Sybil away somewhere, but I

"She didn't come home all night." i drama that went on in that back don't think he's really harmed her.

, Karl Miller shrugged and smiled. office? He doesn't want to take that muchof Preferred bySOUTHERNERS !

: And Your Strength and "What makes you think I had any- "Watch your step," Karl advised."If a chance. He wants her as a

I : Energy Is Below Par thing to do with it? I have no inter- you say anything, you will be : hostage."

:, It may be caused by disorder of kidney est in your sister." the loser, I warn you. I will not i "You mean," Joan said slowly,
j waste function to accumulate.that permits For poisonous "You know what I mean ." hesitate to use all the cards I hold. : "that Karl will someday tell me that in New York City

; people feel tired, weak and truly miserable many "Let us get on with our work," Shall we put it that way?" I Sybil is alive and threaten her life More making and more the Collingwood Southernersare

:I 1: acids when and the kidneys other waste fail to matter remove from excess the Karl said. Joan managed to con- Her green eyes filled with tears. I if I don't do as he asks?" their home in New York..They

I I blood. trol her resentment, and obeyed. "Don't worry I Sybil is all I'm think- "That's the way I have it figured." like its convenient location

1 rheumatic You may pains:suffer, headaches nagging, backache dizziness, The afternoon finally dragged to ing about now." I "As long as Sybil is alive, that's just cheerfully off Fifth furnished Avenue and rooms the

getting up nights, leg pains, swelling. a conclusion. At six Paul Sherman Paul returned with two officers. all that matters. Surely we can each with tub or shower. ..

,i Sometimes with smarting frequent! and and burning scanty vrinatlon la another appeared and he and Karl had a "Sorry to bother you, Mr. Miller." find out if we go on with Karl and SINGLE from

the kidneys alga that or bladder.something;is wrong with I short conversation in German, after "Not at all," Karl replied gra- he isn't suspicious." Double from $3.85$275

There should be no doubt that prompt which Karl left. ciously. I "Good girl," Paul approved as Sptfial u.tdl1l1nd monthly rattt
treatment Boon's PiR la. wiser than neglect. Use "I'm taking you to dinner," Paul "Tell me," Joan cried, "is it some- they drove'up before her apartment."If TWO DELIGHTFUL RESTAURANTS
It ia better
medicine that has won countrywide to rely oa ap a said, "Karl's orders." thing about my sister? What's hap- we work together, I think we Under Knot Management

proval than on something leas favorably Without a word Joan got her coat pened to her?" 'can beat Karl Miller at his own HOTEL WALTE13.SwITzrRAfanager
known. Doan'have been
tried
and tested .
many years. Are at all drug stores.- and they left the club. "We're not sure it's your sister, game. He's bound to make a slip
} Get Doan, today.e Safe in a small restaurant, she Miss Leland. We want you to come and when he does we'll have all the tt"

asked, "What about Sybil? Have down to headquarters and identifythe evidence, not only about Sybil but 35th ST.'
e 1 you heard anything?" clothes." his other activities. You'll stick it NEW YORK

a "Not a word. And I can't ask "Clothes? You mean .-. oh, no!I" out, Joan?" I
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........!........................-..............;.............(N.N..1..IN1N. .N..NIN1N. ..N......NIN1. .ININ. ..N....N.....N..N..NININ. ..N.-N..N.N..N..N.N.N........'.-:;1. place affords abundant opportunityfor first World War' was Increased

The Clewiston News f. .... the study of birds. I $13,500,000,000' or 44 per cent by

: Physical facilities of Camp' Flying inflation and that $17,000,000 in
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TOO LATE TO buying power in, excess of available
Eagle include six screened
t1
pllbllshed every F.rlday In Clewlston, .. !.rt&wJq&!! goods would] be in circulation in
FlorIda, by the CLEWISTqN NEWS, .s. : J. cabins. with, built-in bunks, a handi- 1942. i i
Tnc. 0;. CLASSIFY' craft work shop, infirmary and a I
J. The order
he predicted, will i iI
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hall. '
large well-equipped mess The
's.'z. I prevent "a great competitive buy-
.
KEATHLEY DO"DElEditor .q tit \4 Manatee River will be the scene
... .s. ing force" which otherwise would
.:. .s. of the swimming and boating acti
.'. precipitate "a spiralling of prices
Entered as second class mail matter .:. RUSSELL KAY :!: vities. Samples of the water from I beyond the reach 6f the
Office In By average
February 1, 1927, at, under the Pest the Act of ..:'.. the latter have just been testpd consumer." I II
Ctewfston. Florida i by the Florida State Boardof.!
March 3, 1897. .s. President Florida Press Association :: I I Florida's
price
administrator said
.z. .s. Health and been pronounced fit for

p--" Year. :J.::':..:..:..:-:..:-:.. ;....;..;...;.......;...;..;....;.......;...;...;...;...;.._;...;......'.....d'd'... .,"u'u'.u.-.":".......:. human consumption. Drinking wa- provision had been made as far as
$2.00 Per z "it has been
subscription Rate humanly possible" for
1 "What'she ter comes from a 600-foot flowing
'I cation, stevedore) and asks adjustments
Advertising Rates On Application. The term talkin' about?" Sam yawns and well on the property. This also, and uniform applica-.
tion of
much to : answers: "I don't know-he ain't in tests, has been pronounced of the order.

advancement and wel- he knows is sayin'." the utmost purity. Merchants, he said, must post
Devoted to the
Hendry ,County, important I prices and record their
and highest
Clewiston The
of activities will include
fare In the meantime :Mr. Average camp
concerned. I nature study land and prices for March 1942. The charge ,
Scoutcraft
Citizen went about his business as lA
loons. of a higher price would be viola-
a
water sports handicraft
archery
his debts his
usual trying to
MEMBER Jjk For pay hiking, and fire tion of the federal law which applies ,
i taxes, buy war bonds, meet the evening camp pro-
jumping
FLORIn.PRESS ASSOCIATION \ Swimming throughout the United States.
and
grams. life-saving
NATIONAL EDITORIAL AssodAjiON and payroll and outsmart the well t Sherman said.Inspectors .
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First Aid instruction will be given
19-41 wolf.Tearing .
until he known
by licensed, Red Cross Instructors.An investigators and enforcement -
matter of down the broad and I
I innovation this year ,will be pub- attorneys will be available -
derstands American Life -
Highway of
pleasant
lication of I for uniform enforcement ot
Seniors! a daily camp paper.
Congratulations have with nothingto
at 70 miles an hour
of living about but an occasional Camp leaders will be carefully I the law he said.

General Doolittle's name was no busy trying road worry patrolman he suddenly ran chosen specialists along many and ,i "This price fixing order .Is for

handicap.Soft had time to bang smack into a barricade mark varied lines. These will be headedby the protection of consumers, tax-
payers, producers, distributors and
Now and Ahead." John L. Shutt Assistarit Scout
"SLOW-Inflation
ed "
drink rationing may force .dividual Executive of the Sunny Land Council -merchants Sherman added. "It f
It was annoying of course, but should be universally
supported by
Americans to go back to drinking Rotary as resident director. Mr. Shutt
with a war on a fellow had to every good American."'
water. merce and endeared himself to 150 boys as the
expect a detour now and then He
might have director of last, year's camp heldin
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plunged into the rough. Boy, whata
Wonder if Congress has yet con- with Highlands County. I
.a
road! He had all the sensations
under the
sidered a Holland Tunnel subject of cockroach run- Prospectus of this season's camp
experienced by
Atlantic so we won't have to use average a has been sent to each Scout in ,the
hellbent slab of Swiss
ning over a THERE IS CONSIDER-
Chips. clear as a Council. Where eight or more boysof
cheese. Every few feet some guy
ABLE ACTIVITY IN
In the would a troop attend at one time the
with badge red flag
a or a
declare war
Mexico is about to Jones ( in his and "Take it Scoutmaster or other adult leaderof
know whethershe's step path say
pn the Axis. Don't wants a little ware) easy Buddy" or "Get back in line the troop will be ,received as the Clewiston ., \
mad or just guest of the and made
YOU" camp a
American lend-lease money. there member of the camp staff.A Real Estate
''
the A kind' and benevolent govern-

The lumber freezing order mind many about ment, in the wisdom of its knowl- great many Scouts of Clewiston

seriously handicaps CI wiston's ion office edge that the average citizen is a attended last year's camp near

building program. Let's hope itwon't Ezelle's in pretty dumb sort of a cluck has Lake Placid and it is anticipatedthat

last longer than the sixty-day and is : set about the task of protectinghim even more will want to attend

period announced in the original and Fridays against himself. It has grasp- Camp-, .-Flying-- ._-Eagle. NOWIS

order. till 5 at ed the gentleman cow by the horns

lunch from and undertaken the gigantic task Price Freezing Will THE TIME 'TO BUY '
Today is National Maritime Day of mapping out a new Way of Life

and twenty-seven vessels will be We are which for a time may prove mighty Affect All In FloridaPrice THAT LOT YOU HAVE .. rti

launched during the day. America's clusion of rough traveling but In the end is BEEN THINKING ABOUT

answer to Hitler who said that sanding job supposed to get us where we are

democracies were too soft to mobilize going. CLEWISTON IS NOW A
can get freezing orders, which went
::=-y for war. Eating and Now far be it from me attempt into effect Monday May 18, will DEFENSE AREA

porch and to explain "Inflation." A lot of affect every person in Florida

of the guys a darn sight smarter have Walter C. Sherman of Tallahassee BUILDING .

"i.=:::..:..: :..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: 'bedtime ; been tryin' to do that for years state director of the Office of WILL

if we can with little success. I'd just as soon Price Administration, said. I INCREASECLEWISTON
.
RAMBLINGS the closets try to untangle the Einstein The price fixing "will adversely
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content. Theory.
affect at least temporarily a great
By B. B. most of All I know is that like small- many merchants. There may be j

::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:<<..:..:.:..:..:oet..:..:..:.:..:. to Other the Half gar pox steer or the clear plague of- and:it is is somethingto dan: some casualties.. which is regret- ,'J
more '
table but unavoidable, but taken by .,
cover that gerous to a nation than all the and large, this is the greatest REALTY
School closes this week the har- ed with bombs an enemy might drop sinceit

vest season is over gas and sugar -you know saps our life-blood and destroys move for protecting and conservingour and DEVELOPMENT ']

rationing are underway, and there'sa our morale, profiting no one but whole economic structure that

long, hot summer ahead. We'll AX ID the speculator, the hoarding and the has been undertaken in our modern '1
CORPORATION
find out how adaptable we are dur- "
profiteer. And even they, in the civilization.

ing- the next few months. It shouldbe Sixty-one end must perish as did Samson Sherman' said the cost of the .....'1
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a matter of pride with us to of America !
from the house they pull down on
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do the adjusting gladly.It birthday.'I u
necessary [ ideal. all through their own selfishness I\ _. .
is a small part of doing our Red Cross and greed. : :_) __.' or=..L ':: I' _:_, ,..=' = L_ _.- __ : _--.- '_.,- :-"-.,-: .i i.iI
bit. )
; evermore
According to those who are sup- I
; For many of us it will be a wake of
i posed to know we are facing in- '
blessing in disguise. We know never be
flation and unless we meet
today
full well 'that the walk of several
Today and deal with the problem courage- A Savings Account
blocks to and from work, to and Ideal will
.,.
ously and unselfishly 'the ,.consequences -
; from the post office and grocery of the .
may haunt us and our :
is good for us physically but as as only so .
children for to come.
J long as tires and gasoline are observed- years gives you

i plentiful we continue to ride. We'llturn Today' I The establishment of price ceilings ,

.1- our thoughts to our homes flag waves with prices of ,countless com

our families our neighbors rather Stripes modities frozen as of March, 1942 ;
I together with the limiting of installment -
than to things more distant. We'll for the j

i take better care of our possessions. That flag } buying and the encourage j
We'll be reminded of war-time of ment of investing in government f, _
j
conditions in scores of ways each through bonds and savings, are the remedies "' ,. /1
that have been invoked so, far in ","-, .
day. When you pick up the receiver spirit of \ 1

I and have to wait and wait men. Tod an effort to prevent living costs ; :;;:; .. it brings j

for the think from mounting higher. .
I! operator,- nothing of and women .if .
"
,J it. She isn't inattentive,-she's distant The 'problem of "freezing" priceson

1 probably waiting for a line. The Red Cross such a gigantic scale is extremely you the assuranceyou j

,I switchboards are crowded people manner. difficult and business as a whole,

-i iI I are using their telephones more than Yet, t large and small, faces the most trying face .j I

I i formerly and it is impossible to be I period in its history. If reason need to

I obtain materials for expansion of and common sense are employedby
South
?j- such services. I those charged with enforcingthe
I, I will sooth ]
:.} And suppose you get a letter 'for'j gallant new regulations- --,,---'. much misery life without worry -a

L1 someone else In your box' at the work and injustice can be avoided. Butif

; :post office. Just hand it back with his every bureaucrats, drunk with the power -

: I a smile. Do you know that every entrusted to them seek to en- INSURED
, force regulations with a blacksnakewhip Open 1pHJIl smJinrfs
. available box in the local post office Red Cross 'A '
-
! is taken and there's a waiting troops to and brass knuckles the plan !
1 list that'll probably be July or will join will not only fail but we will find account n0w..he/u>
.
: : later getting a box? lift their ourselves worse off than we were .

: Perhaps the clerk In the /store their lips. before.

makes an error in filling your or- Even 'at best, before we get r-:":":":":":":
der or serves you awkwardly. He made through with this thing a lot of '

i probably hasn't been there long or den poor guys, on the ragged edge and

, : if he is an older clerk he's prob- Red Cross cowering behind the eight-ball, will 1

ably doing two people's work. sun will wind up in a straight jacket, just: United States Defense Savings_ Bonds Are ,

t i I Clerks have been going to the and Mercy plumb NUTS from tryin' to keep .1
! armed forces so fast that no one visit. from being FROZEN to death. "
Available In Our Office .
; can keep enough trained employees. In an : l lI

I. And when you ,order a Coca-Cola soldier Sunnyland CouncilTo .
4 1'\I be prepared to drink a limeade in- I. desperately ;

: stead. ", ', ,
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s I, of gallons of gasoline were A life June 21st to July 5th -
dumped r
because of lack of storI of blood t.i
I I age space somewhere miles away, ica '

I I while you can only get three gallons fighting The headquarters office of the -

j per week, remember the officer on I Yes, all Sunny Land Council Boy Scouts of CLEWISTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND

t Bataan. who said, "This is a crazy and all America this week made public

I war. In another part of the peninsula i But today plans for the Council's annual .

, we used bags of sugar to in the summer camp to be held from June .

. I sandbag: our buildings, and here a the 21st to July 5th, at Camp Flying LOAN ASSOCIATION. J

' hundred miles away we cannot get face to Eagle, fifteen miles northeast of i

a spoonful for our morning coffee." ideal. Bradenton. The site is ideally located -
I
'. That is on the Manatee River and -
And if you want to change your American comprises 140 acres of timber. For ... 1i'
gasoline ration card or ask oft sSxty-firTt i
any many years a wild-life refuge, the I '"
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SENIOR CLASS :MEMBERS ARE CLEWISTON COMMUNITY sion and attorneys H. C. 'Critten- Use of. the telephone by the pub,

I GUESTS Opf A. O. WARDA. CHURCH den >and H. H. Jollay ofVinter lie during, an emergency isdls...

John N. Montgomery, Minister Haven who represent city bond couraged by the State Defense

l Personals ] O. Ward entertained with an holders, had agreed upon a plan Council. Instructions are that,

I informal party at ,his home Tuesday Sunday School-9:45. for refinancing outstanding bond- radios be'' tuned to local stations for
I Church-11:00. indebtedness as follows: information
:: evening for members of the Senior spot and that tele-
I Sermon: "Christ's Unknown... Sol- Principal of $133,000 has been phone lines be left open for official I
Class of the Clewiston High School.
'. :, A. W. Lawrence was inVest I I I dier., reduced to $100,000 payable in 30 calls.

- ,,,. Palm Beach on business Friday. He was assisted in entertaining by, The Sunday School is growing. years. Outstanding interest of
<
---. his daughter, Mrs. Judson Francis..I A good: staff of teachers has been $92,000 has been cancelled. Interest

M. W. Bigg is spending several The evening was spent 'informally secured. There are classes for all on the $100,000 is payable at

,.' days; in New York on business. I ages. All those in the communitywho the rate of 2 per cent the first 5 !
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took
and Mr. Ward many pic-
." -- tures of the group. Refreshmentsof are. not attending Sunday years, 3 per cent the 'next 5 years I Classified Ads I ITO

-.'..< ". ., Dewey Ward: County Agent, of sandwiches, 'cake and punch were I School or Church are.invited'-" to and 4 per cent thereafter. I

'i'1-: ; LaBelle, was.a visitor in Clewiston served. Guests included the Seniors study and worship with Community Mayor Roberts said the commission -
.
,: ",-; ;- : Wednesday evening Misses Mary Johnson, Beulah I Church.. was forced to act at this time:
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.,' The Community Church now has as the state bankruptcy 'law ex-
Guthrie, Louise oath and John
; SHOEKEEPEItS TRADERSAND
- : .; R. C. Gramere of Miami spent I Bethea, Hager Lowe and Gus Can-I a weekly ,bulletin. Last Sundaywas pires this July 1, with apparently OTHERS, :

;.i' the week-end in Clewiston visiting trell, Professor and Mrs. R. W. the first week for it. It was no renewal thereof. This meant
The Officer
Commanding, No. 5
well received and ,will be a real l
accepting
friends. a refinancing plan or
Turk, Miss Lucy Humble, Miss Mary, British Flying Training School,
.. addition to the worship service. facing threatened
.
--- foreclosure by
: Neeley and Miss Betty Hooks. Clewiston, Florida, desires to in....
: r There was a good response to theEvery
Mrs. Claude Downs is confined to the bondholders after July 1.
'. .. I Member Enrollment form shopkeepers and traders, as.
; I I her room in the Clewiston Inn by pro- Mayor Roberts said "This
:- MRS. HARE iNDIRS.: CARLTON means well as the public generally that
" ':<::., illness this week. ENTERTAIN'RIDGE I I gram.ers and Many support.promised About their two thirdsof pray- taxpayers, every one of them, big" the Royal Air Force will not be

and little, must pay their taxes." I responsible for an'y debts contractedby
,,' ". Mr. and Mrs., W. M. Redelsheimer I Mrs. J. H. Wilson was honoree the budget was pledged. When I He said this was the best plan that cadets of his Unit. Suppliera
: ] all the pledges are in the church
.' of Miami spent Sunday.in Clewis at a "pink and blue" shower at the could be worked out 'to the satis- who give credit to Royal Air ForC@
should be able to look to the future I
;: t. ton 'visiting friends. Sugarland Park Auditorium Tuesday faction of the bondholders. cadets do
so at their own risk,
"
,.<: II with assurance ,of the cooperationof
afternoon when Mrs. R. M. ] 1 tc.
the members and friends.W. .
'r-, >.. -: Mr. and Mrs.. Foy Durrence and Hare, Jr., and Mrs. A. C. Carlton I .--- Air Raid Warden
-
Mrs. A. W. Lawrence spent the bridge
I entertained with a party.
I C. OWEN, JR., ASSOCIATE I FOR SALE-16 mm. Bell-Howell
;,. '. ) past week at1 Fort Myers Beach. High score prize, embroidered :EDITOR OF YEAR BOOKW. !I Numbers Not Given Movie Projector. 450 lamp. Like

willow cases were- won by Mrs I
i new. $65.00 with Case Model 57GV
.;. Mr. and :Mrs.: Curtis I I _
Thompsonare I Carl H. Berner; second prize", linen C. Owen, Jr., son of Mr. and Write P. O. Box 1545, Ft. Myers,
spending a two weeks'- vacation towels, were won by Mrs. E. W. Mrs. W. C. Owen, who is a student. Telephone numbers of Air Raid or call 639.- 2to-

.....:. r' in. Sarasota. Durst and third prize, linen scarfs, at Tulane' University, New: Orleans Wardens should not be listed *n

I I went to Mrs Roy Alston. A large was recently elected associate i telephone directoriesIajorGen.1' : FOR RENT Two unfurnished

'.' J. E. Beardsley was a business bouquet of garden flowers, tied editor of the Jambalaya, Year Book eral Albert H. Blanding, Tallahassee -| ;
visitor in :Miami Monday and with maline, was cut prize and was of the University. coordinating director of the I Apartments in Sigler Duplex. See
Tues.1 Jack Sigler.
ltp.
a.,' day. won by Mrs. Wilson. State Defense Council Action Divisions -' ,

----. A dessert course of fruit, cake, SHERIFF .MADDOX RECOVERING ,- said today in a communication -

a : JE.. Beardsley gave the ad- punch and ,nuts was 'served. The] to Florida councils. FOR RENT Furnished two"room.

dress to the graduates of 'the Felda hostesses, Mrs. Carlton and Mrs. Sheriff Bill Maddox is reported Because wardens' should have I and bath apartment. Also furnished -.

Junior' High School Thursday --even Hare, wheeled in a lovely bassinette recovering slowly at his home here clear wires to make reports of three room and bath apart-.

-- ing. filled with gifts for the honoree, following an attack of double bombing incidents to the control ment in Royal Apartments. See

I while Mrs. M. "M. Prewitt played a pneumonia during whichtime he center, 'the .bulletin said, his tele-: Mrs. R. T. Dottery, Jr., at Royal

,:' Mr. and Mrs. A. ,R. Brink spent lullaby. underwent treatment at Lee Me- phone should not be tied up with Apartments./ ltp

'the week-end in Miami.' They were The guest list' included'Mrs.. 'Mun-: morial hospital in Fort Myers. incoming calls.

', ':., accompanied by Mrs. M. M. selle' Stone, Mrs. Melvin .Pape, Mrs. i Since returning home ten days He interpreted the OCD regula- HOUSE FOR RENT-Three rooma

Prewitt and her mother, Mrs. Agnes W. C. Prewitt, :Mrs. Gratton ago Sheriff 1Iaddox.has. tried to tion to mean that there should be and bath. Corner house on Pacific ....

'.' i'- Prange.. George, Mrs. George 'Prevatt, Mrs.R. spend several hours a day in the no indication in the directory that Avenue, toward sugar house!:!

I, '_ Y. Patterson, .Mrs.' James Weaver performance of his duties, but his_ the residence: or business phone of Inquire R. C. Nowling, phone 98,

Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wheeler and Mrs. A. C."'Carlisle, .Mrs. J: Mc- physical condition was such that the warden was an "Air ,'Raid War- 4

-': -> Daniel, Mrs. A.V.. Lawrence, Mrs. he was forced to 'abide by his *' FOR SALE
Mrs. C. A. Wheeler of West Palm den::s phone. This would not prohibit -Most attractive ten

Beach spent Sunday in Clewiston Foy Durrence, Mrs. Arthur O. physician's orders to remain at listing of the ''name and number acre farm on Lake, located, at

" .;' visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mc- Oliver, Mrs. J. Grady Niblack, Mrs. home and in bed part time until int e customary manner for Benbow. Reasonable. Box '1277,

:, Lendon. W. E. Dilley, Mrs. Hub -_Spooner. he regained his strength, Mrs. ordinary purposes. Sarasota, Fla. 2t.Dependable .
'. ,' Mrs.. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. G. E. Maddox said.-LaBelle News.

Wenzloff, Mrs. Ken Swayne, ,Mrs. -.-.
( Miss Edythe Nell Cornette re
'., turned this week from Lakeland Hansel TtfcDuffie, Mrs: Paul Bussey, Teachers CommendedFor y
; Mrs. George Crow, Mrs. Glen
'Where-
',', she is a student in Florida
'. ) ': Etherton, Mrs. A. L. Hackett, Mrs. WorkFor
: College
: Southern and is spending Rationing
" -,;.: M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. E. C. Mills,
the summer at her home.
to Mrs. ''E. W. Durst Mrs. W\C. Owen,
------
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens_ Mrs. Blanche their faithful work in tak-
.: ., Sam Lightholder, who is an: instructor :
Turner, Mrs R. J Lee, Mrs. C. H.
:,:;1-: ,' : ing registrations for sugar and gas
at Riddle-McKay Aero Berner, Mrs. Joe Schroeder, Mrs. rationing the Hendry:, County school ,
s College, returned this week:: after :
Alston Miss Jessie' Mlilloy Miss
.: Roy board has extended a vote of ,
spending, some ..time"in Miami re- Lillie Padgett, Miss Hannah York, thanks to principals and teachers

cuperating from an appendectomy.Mrs. and Mrs. Charles Moran, Mrs. Ade- throughout the county, also to

line Stuckey, Mrs. Leon Spoonerand those who gave any assistance
R. Y. Patterson returned
Mrs Willie McIntosh of Pa- whatsoever in the performance ,of
Tuesday to Clewiston after undergoing
". hokee..
these duties.According.
,a tonsillectomy Saturday at
to a report submittedby
St. Mary's .Hospital in West ,Palm
GARDEN CLUB TO MEET
Beach., L. M. Jennings, county ration

administrator, 1,428 gas ration
------ I r The- May meeting of: the Clew- cards were issued to motorists in w"

Dr. C. E. Weaver, of.LaBelle,I I iston Garden Club will be hel'd'at Hendry County in the three day cJJ ;

County, Superintendent of Public!I the home of Mrs. E. L. Stewart at / r'" c '
Wednesday
registration taken Tuesday, -
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Instruction delivered the graduation -,,,10 a. m., on Thursday, May 28th. and Thursday of last weekin

fI, address for the Harlem Academy -.I I All those who plan! to attend LaBelle Felda and Clewiston.' iii IIII

Tuesday evening.; : please call either 21 or 81 on or ,(]?Ga2 in ,

before May 27th. Officers, will be ,
F. W. Delozier arrived the latter installed at this meeting,"* which City To Refinance ,

part of' the week from Connells- :will be the last before the summer AIR ,
vllle, Penn., to spend a short va- recess. Outstanding Bonds -
'
cation with Mrs. Delozier and their -

x, -children who are visiting Mr. and BRIDGE CLUBS CONDITIONED .
Mrs. I. D. Leydig and family. (Hendry County News).
Mayor C. A. Roberts reported : ::. : '
Mrs; Jimmy Wilson's bridge club commisJ. /gIJ1JJvJI ;1
that the city -
Mr. and :Mrs. N. V. Sv Mumford, met at her home Tuesday' eveningfor Wednesday

Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. W. C. a spaghetti 'supper and an even

Owen and Mrs. W. E. Dilley were ing of bridge. Prizes were' credit Service

visitors hi, Palm Beach Saturday.i memorandums for services at the T. RUSSELL s

The group joined Mr. and Mrs. F.: beauty parlor. Mrs. A. C. Carltonwon Low 'Far s'

Edward Bryant and :Mr. and., Mrs. first prize and Mrs A. W. BOY G47 Belle Glade Y

Stafford, Beach for dinner. '
n Lawrence won second prize and Authorized Distributor Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all. Florida .'
cut prize. ,
Enjoying an outdoor dinner Sun. Singer Setting Machine Co. and the North.
Attending were Mrs. A. C. Carlton I
day on the grounds of the Leydig .
Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. G. NorthboundLv.
home here were Mr. and Mrs. I. D. E. Crow, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. CANAL POINT . 455AM 1:25 PM
4. .. Leydig, Miss Marion: Leydig, Mrs. Durrence Mrs. Curtis Ar. TAMPA . 10:10: AM 6.55: PM Costs Less than Driving
Leah ,Spicer, :Misses Florence Foy Thompson AT. LAKELAND . 9:10 AM 5:50: PM .
; 'and Mrs. Lawrence.Mrs. I. M.? COUSE Ar. ORLANDO . 10.50AM 7:45 PM One Round
Graham, Roberta Spicer, Marion Ar. JACKSONVILLE,-l .-- 3:15: PM 11:45 PM Way TrIp
,Delozier, Valerie'Haines., Mr. and Coun.elor and AMorn,' nt Lieu Ar. TALLAHASSEE . 4:45: PM 12:59: AM MIAMI S 16S 5 3 CO
Mrs. F. W. Delozier, Billy Delozier, J. W. Ezelle was hostess to Hopkins Building Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:25 PM 1:10 AM JACKSONVILLE : 4:70: 8:50: :
the Afternoon
Wednesday Bridge
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Frank Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.0S.
and Eddie Club at her home this week. A Wednesday and Sntiir, la>* Ar. JACKSONVILLE . 3:45: AM 9:15 AM LAKELAND 2.3S 4.25.
Conkling, Mr. and Mrs. kit of nail polishes was awarded as 4:00 ORLANDO 2.95 5.3%
0:80 to
"" Sandy Bell, Mrs.. E.: W. Durst, Miss DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILLE TALLAHASSEE TALLAHASSEE 6.2. \.2
high prize to Mrs. Keathley Bow-
GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 ,.95 "
Mildred Durst, Mrs. H. R. Hall and AND LAKE CITY WITH
den and perfume was awarded as fOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15
Sherwood Hall. cut prize to Mrs. D. G. Alston.. I MACON 7.25 13.05
..
. Southbound-Going VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45
INN TERRACE IS SCENE= OF I Mrs. Ezelle served fruit salad, I Johnson's Fish Camp Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85
',- INFORMAL PARTY iced tea and hot cheese wafers to Ar. MIAMI.. . 8:50 PM 2:30 AM-, NEW ORLEANS 1'.6 21.00
WEDNESDAYMrs. I .
Mrs. F. E., Conkling, Mrs. ,H. (Near Hurricane Gntc) I I Returning NEW CHICAGO YORK 15.85 17.90 32.25 28.55

A. L. Hackett was honored Hall, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. n'l Cleniston, Fla. I. Lv. MIAMI . 10:00 AM 2:00: AM
;' with a handkerchief shower at an H. Lanier, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Boats and ,torE\-Guide Service Ar. CANAL POINT . 1:25 PM 4:55 AM
'' C. Wilson Mrs. Alston and Mrs.
Reasonable
Rates j
informal party given Wednesday J MILLER'S DRUG STORE
DR. H.B. MILLER Agent
; afternoon at the Clewiston Inn by 'I'R. Bowden, and Mrs. G. B. Thomas, W. II. Johnson, M ;r. I II ,
joined the players for tea. PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT
Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. F..

:, ? Deane Duff, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt I .. It

.r and Mrs. W. E. Dilley. ,
The afternoon was spent in sewing :::- :. u-,_. : '. :_ ": .-. _::_ --__-- '. ; ,;::. ...tf'n.i

.. : and knitting. The hostesses : ? t

r. presented Mrs. Hackett with a basket I
Photo Finishing and Commercial =
tied with green maline and filled i s5WtD h Q'l7'

with. pink rosebuds among % 6

t, which were packages of 'handker i Photography t- i
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t chiefs.
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A dessert course was served to ; 24 HOUR SERVICE +

t- Mrs. Hackett, Mrs. L. J. Heffron, :;: Clewiston Photographic Service .:;:

Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. A. C. y y
;' Carlton; Mrs. J., H. Wilson, Mrs. :s: 2 blocks north and 1 block west of ::

j. R. M, Hare, Jr., Mrs. C. W. Fuller, t: Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station _::

1 Mrs. Dean King, Mrs. W. L. Lott, 'J: EDWARD B. SEEGERS A:
_;: The House With The Red Root -:-
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C. Owen and
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SUNDAY I wonder wKen on brint;

With food ranking equally in importance as .a vital war material LessonBy spring days

I tR with the stuff of which planes, tanks and guns are made, little wonder HAROLD L,. LUNDQU1ST. D. D. I blithely leave l my bed
that America is witnessing a great boom in commodities. Commodity Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. IF birds
and'
E ENx (Released by Western Newspaper Union. early
exchanges, principally those in New York and Chicago, are hectic spots
worms a.s well]I Iset
these days. The following series of photos give you an idea of how business Htve their

Washington, D. C. is done on the exchanges, where the lift of a trader's eyebrow may. Lesson for May 24 time

RRs VS. SHIPSIt mean another penny more on your pound of drip-grind, or an extra dollar a ead' /n"1.CA"
hasn't made headlines, but t Lesson subject and Scripture texts selected [\
suit to buy.
on the you're going and copyrighted by International ..
battle royal has been raging between .... Council of Religious Education: used by
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WPB Czar Donald Nelson and permission. 7 d 1I1

Transportation Czar Joe Eastmar
over the freezing of steel for the THURSDAY: THE LAST DAY
construction of railroad cars. WITH THE DISCIPLES

With less and less shipping mov-
ing along the coast, and more and LESSON TEXT-Luke 221430. S
GOLDEN TEXT This do In remembranceof
is .
more traffic by rail, the question me.-Luke 22:19. N
one of the most important facingthe
WNU Service.
,country. The last How quickly it
day
What happened was that the War t y ysNf o3
Production board froze all construction comes, and how fleeting yet mean-'
hand in ingful its moments.
materials already on
railroad construction shops. The in- We do not know what our Lord CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

tention was to transfer these materials did on Wednesday of Passion Week.
for use in building other typesof In all probability He remained in
cars. I Bethany to rest in fellowship with

However, Joe Eastman claims His friends. Surely He needed that STAMPSWANTED

that these materials, chiefly steel, day of quiet, for that which had gone
already had been bought and cut out before, difficult and strenuous as it : Old U. S. stamps on envelopes

for certain cars, in certain shapes, .,had been, was as nothing to that and or send postcards them for of appraisal all kinds. E.Describe D. MOORE fully: r
so the order merely will make the which lay before Him. 3748 Sheffield Chicago, HI.

materials go unused, with car shops Late on Thursday He and His disciples -

closing down. _ came to the upper room The Big Stick
Already, Eastman argues, certain ; where 'Peter and John had already
plants of Pullman Standard are idle, : made preparation for the observ-
at a time when all plants should be ance of the Passover (Luke 22:8): ). There is a'homely old adage

used to capacity. 'i This feast had (since that great and Which runs: "Speak softly and
Meanwhile railroads are groaningwith awful night of Israel's redemptionout carry a big stick; you will go far."
o''''''''''''''' >>''<' _-'. If the American nation will
-traffic. Sugar is now being of Egypt's bondage) pointed for- speak

hauled by rail as much as possible FUTURISTIC When it comes to wool, you can't pull any of it ward to the Christ and to His cross softly and yet build and keep at a 10.
pitch of the
from Florida to avoid submarines.Oil over the eyes of these brokers on the New York Wool exchange. They as the fulfillment of the type of redemption highest training a thor-
is clogged up in the producingfields by the shedding of blood. oughly efficient navy, the Monroe
buy the sheep's overcoat sometimes even before he has grown it. Doctrine will far.-T. Roose-
lack of railroad go
for transpor- But now the hour had come for Him
tation. And with the sinkings of to give Himself in that death, and so velt.

several Chilean ore ships, more -ikIU He set aside the Passover (because
iron ore has to be hauled from interior r .it has been fulfilled) to establish the Do You Bake at Home?

U. S. iron mines. n4to great Christian feast of ,remem- If you do, send for a grand cook
In view of all this, Eastman com- t brance-the Lord's table, which now book-crammed with recipes for

plains bitterly that Nelson won't release shows forth His death till He come.I. all kinds of 'yeast-raised breads
the steel and let the car and cakes. It's absolutely free.
t 1.d The Final Passover (vv. 14-18).
foundries do the job.INFLUENCING efY. Just drop a postcard with your
Our Lord looked forward with in- name and address to Standard
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EUROPEAN > 4't tense desire to the Passover which Brands Inc., 691 Washington St.,
LABOR He now observed with His disciples, New York City.-Adv.
for it the last celebration of
Here is one inside reason why was
Roosevelt leans toward labor. that feast recognized by God. All

Basically, the President always has' that it had foreshadowed of deliv- '

been pro-labor, and continues to be, Irt. erance and hope was fulfilled in"Him \\M IAwm
even though he has become fed up .e. yy 4: who now 's-at at the table. He had

with some labor activities in the moved forward with resolute pur-
past year. e E ,. f $' 't Ezf pose to this day when His missionon

But in addition, U. S. war strate- earth was to be accomplished,
gists are' 'convinced that the chief and He was to become the Chris-

hope of revolution in Europe comes B tian's Passover lamb (I Cor. 5:7). IN 63 B.C.MARCUS TULUUS TIRO

from labor. And most of the psy- y The fact that He had looked for- INVENTED A SYSTEM OF SHORTHAND .
chological warfare: strategy being k 1 x. a ward to it with desire does not mini- USED.IN THE ROMAN SENATE-

devised here is 'aimed at influencinglabor ,- -- ----- ---- ,. mize the deep darkness of either ANP CREATED A
in Germany, Czechoslovakia, Gethsemane or Calvary. Remem- BOTH WAY OF
countries. These men are cotton brokers on SWEET COFFEE And here is RECORDING SPEECH.
Austria and the occupied ber that, when in the garden He
the New York Cotton exchange. of the Coffee and Sugar exchange -
part
Although not generally known, the faced that hour and thought of the
nucleus of the old Social Democratic They are seated at the, trading ring in New York. An employeeis possibility of the cup being taken

party which tried to create a real during an intermission. posting trading prices. from Him, He said to the ,Father,

republic in Germany is still intact. "Not what I will, but what thou

When Hitler came into power, they wilt." 0.I .-

moved to Czechoslovakia. After theSudetenland II. The First Communion 19
(vv. ,
,
seizure, they moved to e. s k r ;C 20). '
Paris. After the downfall of Paris, s
Taking the unleavened bread and
they moved to the U.' S. A.
the unfermented wine of the Pass-
SociaI'Democrats from the
j Fifty over which had just been observed,
old Reichstag are now in this coun- Jesus established a new feast, the THE BETTER WAY TO TREAT

co-operating with U. S. officials. i Christian feast of remembrance, CONSTIPATION DUE TO LACK OF

Furthermore, it is labor in the which we call communion or the PROPER'BULK* IN THE DIET is TO J
i European occupied countries which Lord's table. CORRECT THE CAUSE OF THE

1 is able to assemble or make radios. His TROUBLE WITH A
words are significant, "For as
; German labor listens to the radio DELICIOUS CEREAL, ,
often as ye eat this bread, and drink KELLOGG'SAU
i far more than other classes. Some *
this do show the Lord'sdeath
cup, ye EAT
'i have :
labor groups even published Y% till he come" (I Cor. 11:26). IT EVERY DAY
I very small "underground" newspapers At the Lord's table His followersfind DRINK PLENTY UflMI sAND
on hand presses and these are v
j' spiritual strength in recallingHis OF WATER.. w
distributed hand. v,0
by death for them, but they also 0
I German labor resents the long find joy as they remember that He I

I hours in munitions factories, the is to come again. They thus testifyto C

I small pay and the lack of food, more Vy the world that they believe. and \ :
than any other group. Also labor
i f ..Yrno cherish these truths.
! is about the only group which was t. q >
This feast is rightly called "com-
, not taken over completely by Hitler. munion," for down through the ages
The Communists his chief HIT THAT RHEUMATIC PAIN
oppo-
and until He does come the saints of
I
nents, now have long been underground God have at His table sweet com-
RIGHT WHERE IT HURTS
but secretly active. munion with Him and with one an- ;

j v To European labor Roosevelt ---------- other. Let us not neglect itl! .\ And look at the Silver Lining

always has been one of theworld's Our Lord also spoke of the in those Clouds of Pain
! ROUND FIGURES The bidding ring at the New York Cocoa cup

j i greatest leaders. And exchange. It is very calm and dignified, with no fanfare or "fireivorks" as "my blood of the new testa- The big idea is that you want to feel I
in the minds of
one thought war ment." The word, "testament"means better. When pain eases, mind i
J{ strategists is to show Europe k ''''''''''''' ',," _:.. --,....> .. .. "" --.... ...........,. covenant. The Lord's table eases. You get rest that means your deliverance -

{J that the rights of labor here will f" '4 r+lr+:. i{ f S;: w Aa .rya therefore speaks of our allegianceto So use something that gets at the .i
1' not be thrown completely over- ,/r' Him, of our loyalty to our Lord, pain. C-222J brings you pain-relieving f
! board during war. : and our devotion to His service. help. ,Now you will feel as good as ;
pL: others who enjoyed its help. Don't put
I III. The Folly of the Disciples (vv.
WALLACE'S FAVORITES it off. Get C-2223 now. foe, $i every- j
I i < ',. ,ydq 'R y'Cb' s Z z 21-30). where. Use only directed.. Purchase .1
The men who came to Washingtonwith iaro ieuvrwtaa'rr f
Someone say, "That point price refunded if you arc not satisfied.Acid .
: Henry Wallace in the early may j
i days of the New Deal realize now '. does not belong with the other two.
that they picked a winning horse. Both the Passover and the Lord's
'
i
; Almost to a man, they have moved Supper are for the joyful remem- Indigestion

1 up to important posts in the gov- brance of deliverance and redemption. -
i I ernment. ." The objection is well taken What many Doctors do for it ;1
When excess stomach acid causes gas Sour stomach: ,
Claude Wickard was head of the except for one thing-we are deal- or heartburn doctors prescribe: the fastestactingmedicines '!
known for relief mediants
-
symtom&tu
r corn-hog section in Wallace's AAA. ing with human beings as they are, like those in Bcll-ans Tablets. No laxative. It your I
1 Now he is 'secretary of agriculture. not as' they should be and could be bottle very first to DS trial and doesn't get double prove your Bcll-ans money better back,return 23c.E ., j'

i Mito Perkins was a lowly assistant by the grace of God. ,.1
, Here in the inner circle of the
to Wallace down desk in
holding a
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traitor. A -- >-J "
the outer office. Today, he runs the twelve there was one sad = = .ii i J
Board of Economic Warfare, as important and soul-searching fact is here revealed -
as a cabinet post. that it is possible for one to YOUR

Paul Appleby' was an assistant in make a high profession of faith in GOOD WILL I J
theinner office. Now he is under- Christ and even so to live as to giveno

secretary of agriculture at $10,000 a cause for criticism, and yet to

year. be unregenerate and in fact the ene- = manufacturer or = "
Chester Davis was head of the b. my of Christ. :: merchant who adver- :: '
t AAA. Now he is director of the v. What about the strife regarding :: tises, makes public the i
Federal Reserve bank in St. Louis.R. position? Shameful as we agree thatit = fact that he wants your = )
M. ("Spike") Evans was an was, it still goes on in the church. :: good will. And he real, :: J
aide to Wallace head remembrance of = izes that the only way :: '
; now of AAA. Not even the our
:: that he can keep it is = I
Sam Bledsoe, Roy Hendrickson, I I1'HE Lord's death and the reminder that
and Whitney Tharin were newsmen PIT View inside the Board of Trade building, in Chicago. He is coming again is enough to C= by and giving services.good values =:: I.

covering agriculture. Bledsoe is Trading'in this particular market is confined to corn, winter wheat, oats, keep men from wanting to be great- =- --
now an assistant to the secretary. I Ij II I barley, rye and hay. est. j
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War Effort Strengthened "John's Victory older vs.brother Luxury who fin- ? AS I( ME 1 A quiz with answers offering ? ;

ished high school in 1941 burnedup .

School Graduates the tires of his old jallopy on i A NO TilER information on various subjects i
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bent. John will ride a bus or 1
1. What is the meaning of the champion of the world was known
\vaiic to "go places and do
;: Armed Services, Industry and Farms Lure 1942 Students; things." Susan who graduates in phrase "to catch a tartar"? as "Gentleman Jim"? '
2. 'What is "Rotten Row"?
.: Vocational Training Now Becoming 1942 will find that permanents, The Answers
" 3. What bird that is consideredone
fluffy evening dresses, silk and 1. To ,catch a person who on
I.. '. Increasingly Important. nylon hose were luxuries that her of the most beautiful birds in being attacked proves too strongfor .
older sister of 1940 did not be- the world is related to our crow? his assailant. -

b':::..' By WILLARD E. GIVENS queath to her. Youth like the 4. What name is given to the 2.. A fashionable driveway

;',:-. ; Executive Secretary National Education Association. rest of us, must sacrifice some greenish deposit- which forms on through Hyde Park, London.
of the refinements of existence copper? 3., The Bird of Paradise.
and will
million girls
HAS been estimated that boys
over one
::; 5. What lands these: (1)
are
and before the struggle is over, 4. Verdigris.
IT leave high school this spring with their diplomas.It may forego some of the necessI- Land of Promise? (2) Land of 5. (1) Canaan or Palestine; (2)

is this same group of boys and girls, the youth of theo ties." Nod? (3) Land of Bondage? Dreamland; (3) Egypt.

.. nation, who were figuratively being spoken to when a commence- 6. Has a foreign sovereign ever 6. Yes, one, Queen Isabella of

ment speaker said to a group of graduates before him: workers, electricians, ship carpenters been portrayed on a U. S. coin? Spain, on an 1893 quarter.
7. What heavyweight boxing 7. Corbett.
"
have than have read. and 'other skilled
"You seen more history you joiners

'.. During the first half of 1942, the pages of history have been ,trades.

turning fast, recording the names of There is opportunity of .some
and their deeds in the greatest kind today for youth every-
. men P Handmade Gift Novelties
i drama of all ages. school graduates boys and girls, where. All can join in the I
will at once enter war-industries to in
':'. And now today, not only the high help manufacture the guns and "great' adventure" some
capacity. This is true for girlsas
F ..school graduate, but all those who tanks and which the
.;
planes upon lizing glimpses of red ribbon run '
well as for boys. Many girls
have read the of man's :
story up- fighting men on far-flung battle .:
are taking their places in the through beading and tied in bows. .
ward struggle from the early dawn
\ fronts depend. The graduates'may The ..::
industries. great
. .;; .of history to the present time, rec- war ex- f
enter these industries at .
once or
..- in pansion of offices in Washingtonand y Darling, with pretty curtains and bedspread I
climax of
the history
: ognize they may enroll in one of many ,"l to match ':
- other centers of administration Our 32-page booklet .
which they are now living. Each of for
different
types training more of the war effort issue calls tells details of making the vanity. Also
{-: and everyone especially the high skilled service in the factories
pro- tells how to make
stenographers clerks bookrack
to find for typists eL Inexpensively a ,
school graduate-is seeking
material of :
;'; the proper place the suitable niche ducing These the training"opportunities war. and secretaries. Many girls are :. ..., :. side table pillow tops pot holders, '.:
range other attractive items for ;
-'; enrolling in nursing courses many yourself
in. it. from the elementary vocational which lead to direct or indirect ; 1. ,i J, or as gifts. Send your order to:, ,:'
/: '. The, Significance of Today. schools where' the simpler skills of ,service, for some of which officer's .
the who is in the assembly line are acquired, to .
: : Only to man some ,
I commissions are available '
; ,, ; ,' READER-HOIIE' SERVICE ;
; the technical and :
a educated is it granted to engineering .
measure
I :.' in the armed forces. 635 Sixth Avenue New York City
'i<:/ know what is going on about him schools of our great universities i
The kinds of military work for ( I-f rt f Enclose 15 cents in coins for your e
t1Ij and to estimate its significance: which are turning out recruits for ; ; copy of HAND-MADE GIFT NO VHEIGHTTA'OFBLE
kFy' from
girls to choose are numerous -
: :' \ highly responsible positions both in ELTIES. :
,
There is an old story of two peas- and announcements of further
: ants of Brabant who were weeding the armed. forces and in industrial opportunities are expected- Name................................ :,
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_:': their crops on a sultry June day in ranks. from time to time. Address............i.;............... .
i-i,.. 1815 when the guns of the Iron Duke The high schools themselves in
city school systems and in Ofttimes'the impulse to seek serv-
many
1 greeted those of Bonaparte at Wa-
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ice far afield is ill advised. Thereis 29" -----------
terloo. One of the peasants lifted some of the village schools serving
farm areas, are equipped to offer a also the home front. Whole states YOUR
it his eyes from his hoe and scanned is what bedroom UCHAFE-GUARD"
t the horizon. "Soule," he said "it high grade vocational training. must be prepared to resist invasion THIS Southern-belle your van- FEET ..-"Sfityl
a
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x.:". thunders; it will rain today!" As Some graduates who' have taken from land, sea or air. Civilian ,de- of red- Get cooling protection against' chafe by ,:. ;i
Between ruffles <>
non vocational courses in high fense is vital. 'First aid, air raid frothy I treating your tender feet to a soothing rub "
f-- the of destiny broke the silence -
: guns dotted white swiss you get tantawith Mexican Heat Powder. Costs little.
school will immediately begin such ,duty, auxiliary fire and police serv- .
r.... of their fields, these two peasants early :.'f.
- .: ,,' went on hoeing their, vegetables almost courses, if available in the schools ice must be manned and adminis-

.; '.:: as ignorant as their beets and from which they have been gradu- tered. Rev. :
ated, or they will seek that kind of In hundreds of agricultural com- :
,f:: cabbages of what went on anywhere 'BflP.h ,'
fV' else in the world but in the training in neighboring communities. munities high school graduates will '::.i

ki limited sphere in which ,they moved. immediately lay' aside their diplo- -- '
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:: ;. The federal government in June mas for cultivator handles and hoes. )
L\' : The mental isolation of mankind 1940, appropriated $15,000,000 to There is much truth 'in the slogan

::';" ;: in the not-so-long-ago .unhappy equip ,and staff the rapidly exthis that "Food 'will win the war." The
: '" days of the human race

I ,:: ",;.S'_. when one class of men was privileged '_ryaVti/"_'u'w.' oa.y.,.,./K'4".""'_'.V md< ''.uu'V.W.{} } vr', ,."... 'il N"1'7F., ,;. ., ;,, ':: ....
t;;;, to enjoy the culture and ail

.t;, refinement of wide knowledge, :,
; \ and another 'class was doomed 14pp;

, \?: to live and die in vulgarity and
C. .
I! Y' poverty is bans i hed. ,Universal 1. Kk ,

-:'. ";.,'J.f., education has banished' it.' The :

high school, especially is responsible "';
for making this vastly are worse enemies than Japs.

different world from the one f {4 sus, FLIES drop bombs. flies eat dirt :.;
which existed a century and a 6'a'/r) ys.}
and then they come in and drop disease ,
quarter ago when Europe was ,
s it is the on the family's food-and then you
rocked as today by 4 a,:: / yrtfr. germs '
.
clash of arms and ideals-and v+Jtfq di pay doctor bills, and lose time from work. /
re- few knew the issues and ywr l +e
only a
'%' : ,,. ur; WHY PAY YOUR WAGES to flies? STOP
; fewer still had a part in resolving
them. SUMMER SICKNESS before flies can startit
[
Use low-cost TANGLEFOOT Fly Paper ':
Today high school students see
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themselves in the setting of time / ,. } :. all around the place."Tanglefoot FlyPaper ,

'.,"I and events. In their hearts is a catches the Germ as well as the Fly." '
stirring that finds its expression in
': ,1'a common question "What is my
i' pace in all this?"
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: once for service in the 'armed
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> forces. The has } r 'a rsyv
army just an- \
, nounced that volunteers 18 and 19 _.........---- ----..--

:.,. years old may select training in the Many high school graduates such as these at the Hannah Penn junior a

('. combat branch of their own preference high school, York Pa., will be able to take their places without much further -

: -infantry, cavalry, artillery training in the ranks of those who are planning to defend their com-
tank corps, air corps, signal corps, munities from death dropping down during air raids.
: ; or corps of engineers. Others will

wait the decision of the Selective panding vocational departments and provision of food stuffs and the use
Service system as to where and schools of less than college grade of foods dictated by modern knowl-

;. lilt when they may serve best. which had undertaken to train edge of nutrition for both civilian

I Many graduates will continue workers for defense industries. The and soldier are of vital importance. F

their education under the directionof need of workers was so urgent and Many of the opportunities may be

the navy', which has in operation the plan of meeting it so successfulthat seized without leaving home or r;.;,, .

plans by which graduates may 'go subsequently other sums were community. The alert and eager
on to college and pursue studiesin appropriated for this purpose. high school graduate will look about

which they may earn college By March, this year, approxi- him for unfilled places in the ranks
credits and at the same time prepare mately 24G3,862; workers had been step in where he is best qualifiedand

...... for more effective service in prepared for the war, industries in serve. .
the navy. From this group, the this manner. This number is in The student selected by fate for v

huge two-ocean battle fleet now addition to those trained for simi- graduation in 1942 faces towering

building in our shipyards will se- lar occupations in the, vocational handicaps as well as opportunities.For .
cure many of its commissioned of- courses that constitute the normal many of these graduates, school

ficers.War service of the schools. days are ended. In any case, edu-
Industries to Hire Many. The demand for the graduatesof cational careers will be interrupted -

Some thousands of these high these vocational courses is or diverted from original pur-

much greater than the supply poses.
and is increasing. Accordingto The Test They Face. :

the War Production board, Ambitions must be modified, new
over ten million additional war emphasis placed upon ideals and
industry workers will be needed duties. The high school graduate of c
within the year ahead to staff 1942 faces the severest kind of test A ;

plants now being built or ex- which can be given to individualsthe ;

r r ,. y/r /p.N + /1..8 panded. test of flexibility, adjustment to
?+n f The vocational training activitiesin untoward circumstances. This applies -

Oakland, Calif., are typical of to the minor as well as to the With men in the Army, Navy, Marines, c
those in many cities near great ship- major enterprises of life.
yards or other 'centers producingthe The contrast is still greater if we and the:toast Guard, the favorite cigarette 4,

machinery of war. On April 1, compare this generation with grand- is Camel. (Based on actual sales records in 'r

1942, there were 199 classes in "de father's as an illustration of changein Post, Exchanges, Sales Commissaries, Ship's
fense training" in the Oakland our national life. To that elderly
l Stores and Canteens.)
Service Stores, Ship's ,
schools, enrolling 3,901 students. gentleman now toasting his slippered
This was 473 less than the numberof heels in retirement by the fireplace,
students the Oakland schools Horace Greeley's advice "Go West, Special Service Carton K

.. = were prepared to accommodate_____ in young man" was an inspiration..
'Emw'v'A un n' ---
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kfrld'AoTwork. Ready to
There was an immeasurably wealthy
mechanized army calls for the During January February and West to conquer. Grandfather saw ,
utmost inventive and operationalskills March an average of 500 trained the finishing touches given to the
which the American people can I workers a month were placed in world's greatest economic empire,

produce. These Denver high school war manufacturing from this school as the ingenuity, energy and determination OF
boys will know how to operate an system. There have never been of a New world. assem- THE CIGARETTE

electric semaphore if they should sufficient trainees enrolled to meet bled from the tribes from the Old, a m e COSTLIER TOBACCOS
serve in the signal corps of the the demand for riveters, chippers, trimmed off the last frontiers from I

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PAGE EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY MAY 22, 1943
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Bean Truck DamagedIn Kiwanis Club Have Marine Recruiting McCormick Is Elected 1 land additional waterway means system of is transportingoil the only ,A.


Wreck Near Here Sea Scouts As Guests Officer Here Thursday To Head County C. of C. I I, Therefore that is it will immediately be put available.to use.

i I II After that they may build pipelines '-

ORLANDO Fla. (Special) D. G McCormick was elected and more barge
bean truck owned by W. S.Dowdon Members of the recently or- canals and I
A I
and driven by a negro ganized Sea Scouts, with their Early Thursday morning May '28, president of the Hendry County don't know what all, but our wa-

driver Sylvester Satterwhit, was skipper, E. S. Gross, were guests a Marine Corps Recruiting Truck Chamber of Commerce at annual terway is something they don'thave

seriously, damaged about 4:30 Tues- of the Kiwanis Club Wednesday with Staff Sergeant Jack H. Odomat election of officers held Monday to wait for. It is in daily use

morning on a curve south of evening at the dinner meeting at the helm, will come rolling into night at the courthouse. Others and can at once serve a need that ,...

'Clewiston day when it was struck by a the Clewiston Inn. The Sea Scoutsare Clewiston. Sergeant Odom will elected were D. H.Va'rd, vice- can 'be met in no other manner."

194"2 Plymouth coupe owned and sponsored locally by the Kiwanis spend the day at the Post Office president; C. A. Roberts secretaryand Mr. Hanton reviewed recent negotiations -

driven by Harry J. Raid of Georgia -] Club, and Mr., Gross explained interviewing and examining applicants Sam E. Heath, treasurer Ac- starting with Senator

to the Kiwanlans the organization for enlistment in the Ma- cording to by-laws of the organization Pepper's visit to Fort Myers a

The coupe was apparently driving and objectives of Sea Scouts. I rine Corps and the Marine Corps a new president is elected month ago and the subsequent con-
; I Reserve. each 'year though other officers may ference with federal
agencies in
at high speed and crossed the Sea Scouts who attended were
'tenterline of the road to hit the Sherwood Hall, Nick Schiffli, Oliver Applicants for combat duty in ,the J succeed themselves. Washington at which the barge
overturned Bernard regular reserves must be be? Retiring officers are Sam E. program received approval.
'h\ ck. Neither vehicle Martinez, Sonny Vaughn, ,or
b"ut the rear wheels were knocked Leiter, Houston Burke, Jimmy tween the ages of 17 and 33, of Heath president, Blitz Wegman "From there," he said, "we pro-

from under the truck ,'and consider- Paul, Billie Perry, Edwin Roath, good habits and character and in vice-president, C. A. Davis trea ceeded to work out the details. As ..
The and normal health. Marriedmen surer. C. A. Roberts remains sec- the matter stands the governmentwill
able damage was done. coupe Jack Martinez, Robert Hodges average
was not badly damaged and the Medford Dunaway. may enlist by showing that retary. finance the building of some .',

"driver sustained only ::3.' '(slightly. injured Reports on the Gopher Derby their wives are not dependent up- Installation- of officers"is scheduled 300 barges and 150 tow boats with
for the regular meeting, Monday which to move 35,000 gallons
knee. ;, held last week were given. The I on them. Minors must have the of
I '. consent of their parents. There are night,. June 8, fuel oil a day from lower gulf
I Investigated by
The wreck was club made a net profit of $109.90on I
In accepting the presidency Mr. ports via Florida inland waterwaysto
skilled
for men
special openings ,
Patrolman Ward Brinson and a the derby in which 197 gopherswere
t -charge of reckless driving vas en- entered. in radio and automotive work as McCormick asked for full cooperation Charleston, S. C. This,. move-
I of member in ment will start in a few days with
Raid in well as ex-marines who formerly every carry-
county'court.
tered against
,
The Kiwanians will have mem-
ing of continued barges and tugs which being
out are now
a
served as coaches on rifle ranges. program -
: He plead guilty and was fined bers of the Senior Class of the local built.
achievement. He pointed out the
Veterans, ex-service men and men
i $25.00'and_ costs. It understood high school and members of the
importance of members attendingall
for
past 40 are particularly desired
[ that he had liability insurance to .
guests next week. .
faculty as ---
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service in the Marine Corps' Class meetings and taking an active
1 cover damage to the truck. W.: G.. Mathis was also a guest ut NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
part in chamber affairs.
I IV Reserve designed to relieve ;
Wednesday's meeting. I younger Marines for combat duty. Among other things Mr. McCor- NOTICE is hereby given that I,

'One Observer Station Class IV Reservists will soldier mick gave praise to the LaBelle Bill Maddox, Sheriff of Hendry Coun-

i I Sugar Must Be Bought within the continental limits of the school band and the bandleader, ty warrant, Florida Issued, by virtue out of of the a distress Circuit

i Being Manned Here United States and perform guard Harry W. Phillips. '"We have one Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit.

I Weekly Under PlanW. duty and light shore duty. Ex- of the best bands in the state," he day Hendry of County April, ,1942 Florida, in, that on the certain 23rd

,service men will be reappointed to said, "and it belongs to us." The cause wherein Anna M. Hopkins was
misunderstanding it Plaintiff and J. G. Niblack
Through a was Defendant -
their former rank provided that Chamber sponsored the band from
I I and by virtue of proceedings
lack
last week that
,was reported N. Martin, chairman of the uch rank was not above that of the start and deserves credit for in said cause subsequent to the issuance -
colt 'available watchers had caused Hendry County Ration Board, asls'' sergeant. Physical requirementswill providing expensive instruments and of said warrant and the ..
of the air raid warden pleadings' and proof filed therein.
suspension the News to help familiarize the be commensurate with theman's making it possible to purchase uni- have 'In my possession the following'described : --

''post here until Command officers could of the come Interceptor public with the fact that the cou- age. All men, regardless of forms for band members by puttingon 1 Set of personal Wall Shelves.property, to-wit-

pons in the sugar: ration book must rank, will receive the same allow- a barbecue to raise funds and 1 Mirror (back Soda Fountain),

here and assist with: the re-organi- be used weekly or they may not Je ance ordinarily only allowed higher through contributions "by and 1 1 Display'Cigar Case Table, ,
:
"za tion. I used at all.' One is not permittedto ranking non-commissioned officers. through the efforts of 'chamber 1 G. E. Beer & C. C. Box

This was 'true of only one post save their coupons and'purchase Ask Sergeant Odom how you can members.The 2 and Soda chairs Tables, Black Onyx Tops,

"and the other, under the direction more than the allotted half poundof I qualify while he is in .Clewiston. next'' regular meeting will beheld 2 Wood Double Booths ,

of 'G. 'H. Small, is continuing Its sugar weekly, says' Mr. Martin, Monday night, May 25, and 1 1 Kerosene Wrapping Heating Counter,Stove Solid, Glass

i"---" watch twenty-four hours each day. who has found that many peopleare the question of whether to change Doors,

', This' bneifs-'located near the center confused on this point. Bowling Teams Start meeting night from Monday to some 26ft. Wall Display Cases, with
Solid Glass
mirrors Doors, &
i ''-... (of 'town and is so set up that watchers The time for the Number 1 coupon other night in the week will come I marble base,

; are required to be on duty only has already expired, so holdersof Play At New AlleysThe up. It was brought out by some 1 6 ft. Wall Display case. Wood- ...
doors and marble
f' /during the night hours. The other ration cards who expect to use members present that another 1 Adding Machine, base.

; ': post is some distance, away from their sugar allotment should be night might be more favorable to 1 Radio & Table,.
of town and E. M. Cor- new bowling alleys have 2 Exhaust Fans,
the center careful to purchase their supply
a greater attendance.-LaBelle News 1 Large Circulating Fan (Emerson. ),
nette, who heads this service, feels weekly.Mr. been quite busy at Sugarland Park 2 Electric Toasters,
for recreation center for the past few 1 Electric Grill;
that station is plenty
one Martin says that there also Okeechobee Canal Use 4 Aluminum Curb Trays;- .
i. .- dewiston and that it ''would be, an exists in some places some con- weeks and a number of teams from 1 Pie Rack, '
'
imposition to ask people to burn various departments of the United 1 Chase Electric Food Warmer,
fusion as to the acceptance by storesof 1 Typewriter, .
f. :heir gas and tires going back and certificates. These cer- States Sugar Corporation are al- Seen Soon By Hanton 1 U.S.P. Rx Book

r forth to the more remote station. sugar ready playing match, games. 1 Remington Rx Book,
tificates, from retailers, should be 1 Ass't. Mortar, Graduates, Pestles
Should the Interceptor Command The full league schedule will and Spatulas,
accepted, he says, the same as Carl Hanton, editor of the Fort 1
Coffee Universal 2
Maker ( unit),
:feel that the other station is necessary soon be worked out and matches ,
stamps. 1 Batsing & Bessing Carbonator &
j. efforts will then be made to will be held each, Tuesday and "- Connections .
this post.'Selective Most team rost- 1 Electric Drink Mixer, ,
: man Thursday night.
Taylor New Memberof trol Board, told the Rotary Club 1 Electric Hot Cup,
," ;- ers have already been completed and 1 Set Rx Scales & Weights -
I Tuesday that a program for barg- 1 Set Ass't.. Sizes-Dishes. I
: those matches will
ServiceContinued Selective ServiceA. already played ing oil by way of the Caloosa- 1 Ass't Silverware (plated),
likely be counted In league re- 1 Cash Register.
r hatchee-Okeechobee waterway had 1 Ass't. Soda Fountain Glasses and
sults. I been definitely approved in Wasn- Dishes, -
( from Page, 1) 2 Ice Cream Dippers, i
L. Taylor of LaBelle has On Tuesday night the Plantation I' ington and that test runs from 6 Stools, Fountain Unit & Counter j
Sylvester Wheat, col., Gen. Del., Machine Shop team won three'I which future operations will develop Small Miscellaneous Stock, of .
been appointed a member of the I
'Clewiston, Fla., Merchandise and Drugs
I games from the General Office and
would be under in a few
way
1 1936
,, Curtis Hobeson Edwards, col., Hendry County Selective Service on the same night the Warehouse days, as the property Graham Automobile of the said: J. G. ...

Clewiston, Fla. Board to replace Blitz Wegmanwho team took three games from the Niblack Defendant: that on the 1st
"This' program, Mr. Hanton day of June, 1942, between the
Hamlett Thomas Wilson, col., Rt. was forced to resign when his
Research Laboratory team. All hours of sale between 11:00
said, "does not conflict with or depend namely: :
No. '1, Box 81, Clewiston, Fla. age brought him within the limitsof these games were close with onlya o'clock forenoon and 2:00 o'clock in
I on any other of the several
the afternoon the said
day
on
upon
Willie Pea col. Rt. No. third registration.
Clyde the
few pins separating the teams. plans under consideration. It was the premises heretofore occupied by

2, Box 37, Union Springs, Ala.. r Mr. Taylor was recommended I Games last night were scheduled 'approved because it is the only one the Lake said J.Drug G. Niblack Co., where, doing the businessas said ;

Eugene Jones, col., Rt. No. 1, shortly after Mr. Wegman's resignation between the Office Scrubs and the that can immediately be put into property was seized, to-wit:

Clewiston, Fla. I was ,tendered several Real Estate Department and between effect. It will take several monthsto west The Corner Store of space the.Hopkins in the North-Build

.- Thomas Leroy Butler col., Rt. weeks ago but the appointment was the Personnel Department build a pipeline and the army ing on the ground floor thereof.,' I
:t slow coming through and Mr. Weg- and the Commissary Department.The which Building is situated on
engineers figure they would be
Lots 23 and 21 in Block 361, of
.l, man has continued to serve until results of these matches have mighty lucky to get another canal Clewiston. Hendry County, Florida -

the appointment was officially not been announced.Last ;
dug across Florida in three or four
I shall offer for sale to the highest
Buster Brown Owens, col., Rt. made. week the girls team from years. bidder for cash in hand, the above
described personal property the
,_.'..._., No. 1, Box 88, Clewiston, Fla. Both Mr. Taylor and Mr. Wegman the office challenged and won three "Those things are something for property of the said J. G. Niblack as ,

Johnny Marry, Jr., col., Rt. No. attended a regular meeting of the straight games from the Commissary the future. In the meantime there Defendant.
Dated at LaBelle, Florida, this
;;\ 1, Bare Beach, Clewiston, Fla. board here Wednesday at which girls and now are demanding is an acute shortage of oil in the May 15, 1942.;

Prince Albert Williams, col., Gen. time the new member was apprised a match with the general office eastern states which must be remedied BILL MADDOX
I Sheriff of Hendry County, Florida
;,' :t>e1., Clewiston, Fla. of his duties in that capacity. team of men. right now.. The Florida in- May 15-22. tM .
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