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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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j. Jf.!I THE. CLEWISTON" NEWS-.. I I



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CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1043 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR
A'OLU3IE itNUMBEI&Workers ii

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Engineers Leave | Board Receives

Here Need Not For Jacksonville, i I County



Jobs ; I Re-districting ]Proposal
Fear Transferring
A group of men, many of whom'r
have been associated with the U. ,
0 -
'i S. Engineers here for several years,
Can left this week for Jacksonvillewhere Committee Is Named !i Said To Have Adopted
Canning ii
Corporation Community
,Sugar I they will be oh engineering) I i

InEssential I HereA work connected with the oil barge For Point Rationing! Friendly Attitude On
Positions
.Furnish II I Project Begins construction program. W. C. Nall, I

I 1 j engineer in charge of the office -' i League ProposalThe

IndustryThe 1I I Community Canning Project, I here, said that the assignment was A'committee was set up ,recently -!
I the temporary and that the marriedmen by the local_ rationing board'
by
---- such; as is being urged gov- ) board of county commissioners -
announcement the first of ernment in every locality to conserve I were leaving their familiesJ and a representative of the districts adopted a very friendly attitude -
will be begun in here, at least for the, present. OPA office in Tampa which
the week by Paul McNutt, chair available food, 1 toward the proposal made bya
of the War Manpower Commission Clewiston next week. Plans have Those included in the group leav- signed to learn the details of point committee from the ClewistonVoters'

man to the-effect that men be- been completed by M. H. Sharpe, ing this week are: G. M. Ford, W. rationing and pass them League for re-districting

tween the ages of ..eigh teen and I local agriculture teacher and a M. Bradnack, Jimmy Loftin, Her) every way possible to the general the county, made at the monthly
from the local Garden man Davis, Qrin Lee, Teddy Hooker 1 public. '- assured
thirty-eight, even if they were mar committee meeting on Tuesday and
ried and had children, had better I Club, for the use of the home and Judson Francis. Mrs Ro-' Named on this committee were)I the members of the committee
of the school build- berta Speer' was also made avail W. N. Martin, chairman of the
obtain a job in war industry before -I economics room I that the proposal would be given
April 1 or be inducted shouldj ing, and for equipment and teachers able from the local office force but Clewiston ration board, Keathley careful consideration and early action -

cause no alarm among such workers for the project. has not yet been called.BIRTHDAY Bowden, publicity Mrs. C. R.!L I taken. .

in Clewiston or in this immediate Mrs: L. L. Lowe will teach can. Krueger, president- the Baptist I The committee chosen by the

area. It is to be recalled)I fling of' vegetables; Mrs. Hall will I Missionary: 'Union, Mrs. H. A. Destor,1 chairman of the Voters', League ata

that the growing of sugar cane and teach the oven method of canning, I BALL TO president of the Altar ; recent meeting to represent' the
the processing of the cane into I and it is hoped that canning of J. W. Ezelle chairman of the, League at the meeting and lay the

sugar has been, since the first, regarded meats and poultry wlil also be I Parent-Teachers Association, Mrs. proposal before the board was
as one of the most essential'! taught. BE HELD TOMORROW i W. C. 'Owen, president of the composed of W. C. Owen, E. E.

industries and workers in this industry The plans are for a meeting in I Ladies Aid, Mrs.'W. L. Lott, presi- Kelly and Thomas Waldron. Mr.

will likely have an equal) the Home EC. room this (Feb. 6) dent of the Garden Club and R. Owen acted as spokesman and very

opportunity with regard' to deferment Saturday afternoon at 2:30 of all NIGHT AT SCHOOLA. W. Turk, School Site Administra capably presented the plea for

as workers in a munitions' who are interested who can attend.At tor. .' re-districting on a basis of popula-,

plant or other' war industry.A I' that time canning of various The point rationing system is tion and area distribution;;:

man with a specialized job) vegetables will be demonstrated.Later O. Oliver, chairman of the! expected to start about the first The committee had ,done some

here would, stand a much better) anyone may bring her own ,committee on arrangements for the lof March. Prior to that time sales, extensive work in preparing datain

chance of deferment, in all prob- vegetables and her own containers President's Ball in Clewiston, stated -lof all canned and processed foods] regard to populations and voting -

ability, than if he should quit his I and can them with the equipment I I this morning that all was in.Ito be rationed under the program] strength of each present com-

job here and go to a war plant furnished. For the present there I readiness for the affair tomorrow: at the start will ,be frozen for al missioner's district as well as. of

where he would be forced to take will be a few pressure canners (Saturday) night and that indica,* week and during that time woman the proposed districts and had ,pre-

a job at which he was unskilled loaned or rented "for the project, tions are that it will be most suc- registration of every man, '! pared a map of the county with

," and for which he could, be replaced. but more will be obtained from the cessful. I and child will be undertaken. It proposed new districts outlined.

In fact the WMC in'its announcement -i government for use. of his probable that, registrations will These districts did not. exactly
The ball is the principal part
urges men not to go to the I II The canning project will be open the campaign to raise funds for be conducted, as were previous equalize the population of the

overcrowded war production cen-I (Continued on Page 4) I the fight against infantile paralysis.In 1 I registrations, at the schoolhouse.CAAERATING districts but fairly well equalized

ters unless they have a definite job addition to this Elbert L. Stew- I the voting strength of each district -

arranged. art, county, chairman, has distributed and the area.
that ten out of every proposed' districts were
McNutt said MEDAL AWARDED TO coin boxes throughout the coun- : FOR The new
fourteen able-bodied men between lettered instead of numbered to
ty which will also take in a goodly
the ages of 18 and 38 will be in prevent confusion with the present
amount in small donations. The
the armed services' before the' end ILTJIWILLIAMS FOR campaign will probably be closed LOCAL AIRPORT, IS districts. District A included the
deferment Point and
'of' 1943 and the dependency settlement of Hooker's
_', when the ball is over as it could .
to men with children the Southeast portion of the Clewis
even
'/ "
.. not, be held until a week after the
is wiped out under the new'HEROISM ]IN ACTION President's birthday which comes on EXPECTED SHORTLYEfforts ton Townsite with an estimated
order effective April l" The order population of 1200 people or 300

.:, 'sets up<"A list of occupations which I January 31. I voters and an area of approximately
..,1 ...... The dance is designed as a community I
< ar.e-non-deferrable, regardless of. de-., An official eomrunlcation: from I 190 square miles. District .Jook
which have beet made
r- affair and advertised as .
"
pendents. : the Department announces the in the/north and central potion of
War the of the past four
f a barn dance, to discourage any over course )
The top: draft age may be rais-I award of medals for gallantry inaction Aeronautics Clewiston with a population'
Civil -
from coming in formal attire. -. It months to secure a
ed at any time, McNutt said, sot : in the Southwest Pacific to 1500 or 350 voters and an area of
; will be held as originally scheduled Authority rating' for the Clew-
will be wise for those over the 220 miles. District C tookin
;
1st Lieutenant Paul I. Williams, square
iston airport appeared this week to
in the high school auditorium,
of' 38 who are in nonessentialjobs of the West :Side of
:age lof Clewiston Florida. a portion
,
I within good walking distance ,of any have borne fruit and an inspectorwill I
: to begin looking for essential ; Lieut. '(now Captain) Williams the Clewiston and the East LaBellearea
portion of town so that the ban on be here next week from
ones and he hinted that complete I with estimated populationof
received the Oak Leaf Cluster to Miami who] an
CAA headquarters in
should have little
driving
,elimination of deferment is com-\,\Silver Star, and his citation reads: effect.pleasure I is expected to approve the designa 850 or 325 voters and an area

ing. The purpose of the "FIRST LIEUTENANT PAUL I. of 215 square: ,miles. There was
tb promote transfers from nonessential Mr. Oliver was still hunting hay tion. in DistrictD
.:. :- WILLIAMS, for gallantry in action I hO change recommended
: 'I.." this morning for the old-fashioned These efforts have been mad by;
.
: jobs. I over" Midway Island, on ,June 3, I which is the' present West La-
T' .- The WMC says that six and a 1942. Lieutenant Williams was I hay-ride which w n'1e a featureof I an interested group of small plane Belle district, insofar as populatedarea

half million more workers will be I i pilot of a Flying Fortress which. the evening but gave his assur- owners, student and licensed pilots is concerned. The estimated

) 'r needed in industry this year part> of I I participated in bombing the Japanese ance that the hay would be;> forthcoming as$ well -as- .pity officials- and an effort population is 870 with 425 voters

.,;:: ,: ':, which will be raised through the fleet that attacked. Midway and that the hay-ride wouldbe has been made to comply with comprising an area of 300 to 350
c: elimination of noii-essential held. A team of horses and all requirements imposed by the
; ::: occupations I Island. About 300 miles northwest a square miles depending on where
').' through job freezing regula-I of Midway, the fleet, .onsistj large wagon had already been ob- CAA. Without such designation the the boundary line is establishedand

'. tions, voluntary registration of j ing of 2 aircraft carriers and 8 i tained. airport cannot be used. the committee not wishing to

'"_ women in war work and the greater 'I destroyers was discovered. During I In addition to dancing there will Among the requirements are thata recommend a boundary line as

.. : employment of those physically the bombing run, the bombs in his be bingo tables with play being manager and clearance, officer be strictly a territorial proposition.

:... handicapped or ordinarily considered -I plane failed to release. Lieutenant for defense'stamps and three war provided as well, as day and night 'District E would comprise approximately -

;' r too old to work. A volun 1 Williams then left the formation bonds are to be raffled off. Other guard, telephone and alarm system the present Felda-Fort ,De-

',.. teer "land army" will be raised if and, by often changing his altitude entertainment will also be provided and at a meeting held Tuesday nightat I naud area with a population 'of 890
':, home of Charles Miller, a
Continued the
on Page 8) and direction, remained above the so' that anyone attendingwill (Continued on Page 8)
I warships until the bombs were suc- be assured of a good time I ten-man committee was named to I

Nine Colored Draftees cessfully released. His, determination whether they dance or not. figure on and ways to employ and means the needed of financing i i Berner Is SpeakerAt

to complete his mission is in The admission. is one dollar a I
'- I personnel, install lights and tele-
Accepted At BlandingThe keeping, with the" highest traditionsof couple. phone. This ten-man committeewill Kiwanis MeetingCarl
the Service.
probably act as a governing
Two weeks ago a newspaper dispatch -
Memorial Service board for the airport and is com-
local Selective 'Service office) which listed Lt. Williams'" posed of Charles Miller, Ma don H. Berner, chairman of the

has been informed that of the last,,award spoke of citations' to several For Rev. Gamon Wright Ken Woodward, Johnny Clewiston Voters' League was the
.. Camp'' officers and men and added "All speaker at the weekly meet-
: group of colored men sent to I Davis, Glen Davis Mortie Bennett, guest
Blanding for induction nine were are listed as missing in action." Ralph Bishop, W. D. King, Noel ing of the Kiwanis Club at the

accepted, six were rejected, twelve Subsequent investigation brought Memorial Services for the'' Rev. I Ii Ellis and Raymond Christian.It Inn Wednesday evening and gavea
reassurances from the War Depart- most interesting account of the
transferred to other boards had not I
Robert I. Gamon, D.D. will be held cost
i is planned to finance the
ment that Lt. Williams was not 1 of the
been heard from and two failed to reasons for the organization
Harbor Community
Lake
at the of operation by charging a monthly I
report missiilg in action. And since that league and its aims and purposes.
Those accepted were William time his wife, the former Lois Church Sunday evening at eight rental to the private plane owners I Mr. Berner discussed the first
o'clock. The Rev. Alexander Linnof
Knight who is in Norman and a ten per cent special tax to ,
now objective of the league
'Owens, a transfer, William Minger proposed
Miami will preside at the serv-
those who sell time train stu-
or
and Arther Lee Kitchen: of La- Oklahoma, with her husband's par- ices. The sermon will be preached -I ,the re-districting of the county in
Belle, Samuel B. Anderson, Ernest ents, has received both letters anda .I dents. There are seven private order to give Clewiston a better
by the Rev. Cazwell G. John- plane here at this time. I
I' cablegram from her husband. His owners the board of
'Lee Foster, Hubert Lee Starkes, representation on
ston and the Rev. John N. Mont-
The United States Sugar Corporation -
promotion to captain has been
"Lonnie Lismore, Carl Spann and County Commissioners.
will assist in the service.
gomery has granted the use of the
Booker T. Johnson of Clewiston. followed by advancement to opera- I I W. C. Owen, a member of the
'The two failing to report were tions officer of his squadron, and The Clewiston Community Church hangar at the local port and the committee which appeared this week
choir will sing two anthems, Dr.J. :
Clewiston and Development
Realty
Allen Dyals and Jimmie Lee Foster. 'he is now stationed in New Guinea. before the county'board from the
is director and Mrs.
Morrow
The local board had another call He expects to be sent back to the A. Corporation has given the use of I 11 league, gave a report to the clubon
Members of the
Erler is pianist. the field. If the CAA designation_
"for thirteen colored men for Feb- States for a rest assignment soon. Belle Glade Lions Club have been this meeting.G. .
'. Tuary "2 but none was available at I specially invited to attend. The is given as expected next week'I H. McDuffie was received- as

that time. Five transfers were sentas Local Delinquent public is cordially invited to the these private planes, most of which a new member, A.V.. Slas makingthe
follows:' Anderson Williams of i service. have been kept at Riddle Field, welcoming talk.

Quitman, Ga. Ernest Williams of Is Caught By FBI will be able to' use the local field. I Guests for the evening were Al

Belle Glade, Joseph Walker Boat- I No announcement is made of I Garonne and S. L. Crochet.

right of Talladega, Ala., S. E. I whether 'or not any work will be

Woods, Jr.', of Birmingham and James Crumpton delinquent registrant I PUBLIC NOTICE: necessary on the field to put it in I I ENTERS NAVAL AIR COUPS

"Elmer William Whitfield of Miami. in Hendry County, was ap::I shape for use I I -
--- -.-- prehended by the FBI recently in II Next Wednesday afternoon' I I II I Hervey Bourne, son of Dr. and
: RATIOXIXfl XOTICK !Panama City and sent immediately} from three to five o'clock has GO INTO SERVICERay i i Mrs. B. A. Bourne who graduatedfrom

to Camp Blanding. The local been<<: .set aside for testing of the t I the Spar ton School of Aero-
''-t; new air raid siren under the Sullivan and John, Robbius nautics in Tulsa, Okla., in De-
. Certificate holders of ,Grade III board was wired to send
' 'passenger tires who are unable to I I papers at once.Crumpton induction I'' new system signalling recently enlisted. last Saturday in Miami cember of 1941 and for the last

get new Grade III tires due to a I| had not been located announced by: the Office of with the U. S. Marines passed year has been an instructor at

: shortage of dealers' stocks should.I by the local board to be given I Civilian Defense. _," their examination and returned to Embrey-Riddle School of Aviationin
' accept a recapped or used tire and notice to appear for physical I Carl Berner, chief air raid await their call to report for serv Miami, last week enlisted in the
warden in Chrwhton, asks that ice. They expect to be called within U. S. Naval Air Corps and is nowstationed
, ",t under no circumstances hold certificates examination so had never been,
\ beyond the expiration date classified. It appears that when; the public pay as little attentionto a very few days. Kemper Bond at the Naval Training
the alarms possible as they also left this week for service in Station in Jacksonville for basic
awaiting delivery of a Grade III delinquents are apprehended they of
will be nothing but test alarms. the U. S. Navy in which he enlisted training. Hervey is a graduate
- for
.' tire, the local ration board office are not given opportunity ,
' classification. on December 23. Clewiston High School.
warned this week. I
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4 \ 'Teen Men Learn Leadership, THE CHEERFUL OIERU5 t
Age "" """" """" t

The other people .st t (
y
L In Officers' Training SchoolAmerica's indoors ?Lt night I,
G ;
R 0
I UOR And sit in leather chars
4&SCREW1
W EA ON young men of war are learning to be leaders while Around the. li9ht. n

yet in their 'teens. These youths of 17, 18 and 19 are ,receiving Put I out
o and
By VIRGINIA VALE g spread r
and conditioning as mem-
valuable training experience physical ,
Washington, D. C. Released by Western Newspaper Union
bers of the Officers' Candidate school at Fort Benning, Ga. By my wings and Fly ,

ARMY'S SIZE AND offering their service to the U. S. army at these ages they are IT IS difficult to know just And spend tKe. c .-

LABOR PROBLEMS following in the footsteps of many of our outstanding generals.The which bouquet to toss at evening} with i b0 ) i '
Manpower Boss Paul McNutt has "In Which We Serve"; people .
been sessioning with the Truman accompanying pictures, taken at Fort Benning, show that it is a really great the stars

committee regarding certain prob- typical scenes in' the daily routines of the 17, 18 and 19-year-old agree and sky .
pictuTe but they praise it for .
lems which touch the lives of every- members of the Officers' Candidate school therek5'5" ; :
one. They include size of the army, different reasons for its di- 1t1'C 0

where we will get labor fortjfarms, rection, the excellence of the i

and whether the army shall be usedin production, the remarkablygood ,
mines and industry. WNU Features. i
acting, by a cast in
the committee were !
Senators on which Noel Coward's is the only
both with the gravity of : '
impressed well-known name. I think that it is
the problems McNutt placed before great because of its sincerity- I
and his general views regarding CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
them, ;
watching it, you don't think "That'sa
them. Undersec- good performance"; you feel that r
McNutt revealed that
you are actually watching real peo-
had been
retary of War Patterson ple, taking part in their lives. i I I
talking to him about a total armed x ;; \ c ( #' : SALESMEN :
of to 15,000,000 men.
force 11,000,000
Signs of the times: An announce :1
included not merely the army,
This ment from Metro's New York office SALESMEN-Famous Harper line men's
but the navy, the coast guard and suits. Spring and Summer 1943. now ready.
that the theater' where "Tennessee
Sharkskins S16.50.
Spun Rayons$14.75. Liberal Ii
the marine corps-everything exceptthe Johnson" is being shown is heated commissions. Free samples. J. K. "'
marine. FOSTER BOX 371, ATLANTA GA.
merchant t with coal, so patrons will be assuredof !\
However, McNutt pointed out that k ,comfort while viewing this picture -
jJ.q
shipping facilities' and submarine about the 17th President of the RAZOR BLADES ,\
warfare seriously limited the num- R\\ United States. .
ber of troops which could be sent -'"-. IfCMT ifi/o or Doublo Etfga 'i
ULIUJLST a Outstandln
..
abroad and supplied. The figure he The glamour girls who are sweet \ Blade Value *

mentioned must remain a military ,hearts of the armed forces have !\\

secret, but he indicated that withHitler's nothing on Baby Snooks; she's the When armored knights met, it

U-boats working overtime .r land-based mascot of the officers was customary for each knight to ::1
around North Africa, it was 'going and men of the submarine U.S.S. raise the visor of his helmet as a

to be difficult to maintain a very. Snooks, the enlisted men wear insig- means of identification. This ges- ':

large army in North Africa. he ", """, ., ",. ....._," ",,,),,>> ture has come down through all ,
In addition to North Africa, h7z ''''y'
armies in the form of the salute. 't
pointed to the problem of supplyingother t Traditional, too, is the Armyman's ,\
fronts in the Pacific, together jw
war 1 '
preference for Camel Ciga-
with Russia and England.As ;; <
Above, candidate rettes. In the Army, Navy, Ma-
result McNutt doubted the .,
a "" "
feasibility of World's record army George R. Johnson of rines, and Coast Guard, actual
sales records in their Service
now. He was all for giving the military Sherrill, N. Y., takes a Stores show Camel is the favorite.
and-navy what they wanted so bead through the sighton
% Favorite gift with service men is
long as it could be transported to'the a .37 millimeter gun also Camels by the carton. Local
combat but he opposed a '
zones,
,
f r aims it tobacco dealers are featuring
and for firing.
which would eat its head
huge army
Camel cartons to send to men in
in view of Left Sergt. Marvin V.
off at home, especially : the armed'forces'anywhere.-Adv. "
the fact that morale deteriorates Carter, 19, of Live Oak, /'

when an army is kept idle. Fla., (in center) checkson r
At time McNutt said, a large
one r
OTHmNG CAN DO
the facility with
.
considered
army at home was nec- v. .Gy G"6cns., '
essary to protect the United States which two candidatesget
MORE FOR YOU
But now military experts felt this through a barbed

danger greatly lessened, though a wire entanglement. in the entire field of aspirin than St.Joseph
certain number of reserves must be : Aspirin. None faster, none safer. The
BABY SNOOKSnia world's largest seller at lOc. Also sold
trained. ... ..... .. .. in economy sizes-36 tablets. 20c, 100
Army and Industry. presented 1 by: /her on the backsof tablets, 35c. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin.

McNutt was asked a great many their overcoats. And Fanny .1-

questions about farm labor, especially Brice, Baby ,Snooks' originator on Smallest, Living Bird .,
''Q}:Senator Truman of Missouri. the "Coffee Time" program, has a A species of humming bird from 'j

He.replied that the army hhd been standing invitation to dine aboard Ecuador is no bigger than a queen

unwilling to let men go home on the Snooks the day, the .war's over. bee when stripped of its feathers

furlough to help with the crops be- --7: .' I

cause this hurt morale. However Don't blame the navy for the

he said the army was working 'ona shortage of zippers; they don't use A.VEGETALi

plan to send army units into farm 'em., Glenn Ford found that out i;

areas, in battalions or companies, when, he arrived on the set of "De- Lxtive I II.II
I
and have them help with farm workon stroyer" at Columbia in a brand t

an organized basis under army new sailor's uniform equipped with I For Sour Headache Stomach,

command. zippers. Lieut. Com. Donald Smith ITl i M'S and Dizzy

Though the matter was not dis- ruled the uniform out; he's techni- ; lI"L'' Spells when
cussed in detail, it seemed to'be theunspoken cal adviser. Seems they don't use Constipation.Use

feeling of the committeethat zippers in the navy because, if a "

too big an army going into ,industry gob has to go over the side in.an. i only as directed. )
and agriculture on an organized emergency and must get rid of his ? 15 doses for

military basis might come pants so that he can swim, buttonsare only 10 cents.

close to developing a militarized system -much easier to open in the .-
in the U. S. A. similar to that water than zippers are to un-zip. 1

against which we were fighting in -,'"--

Europe. Dorothy Lamour's first male pro
Only one member of the committee tege has red hair and freckles and is

Senator Hatch of New Mexico, ....n .=-r. 'r' ;o' ............ _'Y'M<....r. =_....s--.c- ._",."".",, --'Ki 6V2 years old. He's the son of Doro- -Buy War Savings BondsRHEUIl1ATIC -
felt that the armed forces should be ; thy's secretary, and Dorothy's

given free rein to go ahead and Here the officer candidates learn to shoot straight and fast. Theyare grooming him for important child

build up tremendous strength not following a moving aerial target in the course of training in anti- roles. You'll see him making iris PAiN
to civilian check and "
subject super- film debut with her in "Dixie. ,
vision. aircraft firing. I Need not Spoil your Day-Gel after it Now
Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve -
Other committee members expressed A screen role became a real one
muscular'rheumatismand
of
,, _,;: pain
JIaI." "; "J } <& ;f] '
the view that it was only 4'f for Fay Bainter the other day, when other rheumatic pains. Caution:
natural for any military leader to her only son, Reginald S. H. Vena- Use only as directed. First bottle
want the army to be the biggest in ble Jr., announced that he had en- purchase price back if not satisfied.
60c and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223.
the world; so a civilian checkreinby listed in the army and was aboutto
the White House or congresswas 4- begin officers' training In "The

necessary to balance farm labor War Against 'Mrs. .Hadley" she por-

and industry against armed strength. trayed the mother of a. boy who en-' I'fil Q

Finally it was decided that the listed in the armed forces. She's SKnM '

most important problems to lick be- working now in "Salute to the Ma .
fore increasing the army to world- rines." Raw, smarting surface relieved amazingly _"

beating proportions was the submarine --7'!\- / by the soothing medication of -

and shipping. IR I- Whoever gets the rights to film

Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker's life will RESHMOLWNU7

OFFICIALS SAVE GAS know that he's won out over stern I

Some few Washington bigwigs are i competition; even before Captain
careless about gasoline rationing, Rickenbacker's recent and famous 5-43

but they are exceptions. Most Wash- adventure in the Pacific the major

ington officialdom is scrupulously studios were interested in his life

careful. story. .
The chief justice of the United --"

States, for instance, is riding a : Dick Martin, the young RKO actor -

truck. Chief Justice Stone has discarded 'was discussing "Bombardier"with
Ernie Bachrach. For You To Feel Well
his private car as a means photographer Ii
of getting to and from the Supreme N <*I sure hope I can get a part in 2<1 hours every day 7 days every
week, never stopping the kidneys filter f
court, and instead hitch-hikes in the that picture," said Martin. "It's go- waste matter from the blood. f
delivery truck which runs errandsfor ing to be: terrific." "I understandthat If more people were aware of bow the I
kidneys must constantly remove ur- f
the court. In addition, Stone is A group of young Walter Reed has a good role," plus fluid excess acids and other waste
one of the walkingest members of said Bachrach. "Good role!" ex- matter that cannot stay !in the blood
officers (above) study without injury to health there wouldbe
the court. ploded Martin. "Why, he kills off better understanding of why the
The White House uses 11 cars now, map reading and ori- Randy Scott, bombs Tokyo, and gets i whole function system is upset when kidneys fail
to properly.
against 15 a year ago, and these in- entation by compass. Anne Shirley-what more could an Burning,scanty or too frequent urination :

clude trucks for the White House Right: Scrgt. Marvin' X actor ask?" is wrong.sometimes You may warns suffer that nagging something backache ;.., ,1,
mail, as well as cars for the Presi- Carter instructorat -7- headaches, dizziness: rheumatic!
dent and staff. White House Secre- an Henry Travers, who played the pain, getting up Dean's at nights, Bwelh.ng.wflIWhy J
not try
tary Marvin McIntyre now rides to 19 (right), shows rose-growing station master in be using a medicine recommended the !
candidate David P. "Mrs. Miniver has been cast to country over. Doan's stimulate the function
work in a Ford instead of a Packard. of the kidneys and help them to
Vice President Henry Wallace last Lehman, 18, of Elk- portray Dr. Eugene Curie, father of flush out poisonous waste from the.
harmful.Get
fall abandoned his Pierre Curie, in 'Metro's "Madame blood. They contain nothing
16-cylinder limousine
hart, Ind., the Doan'8 today. Use with confidence.
proper
7 in favor of a humble five pas- Curie," starring Greer Garson. It's At all drug stores.'
senger sedan. Every morning he way to handle his the third consecutive film in which

walks the five miles from the,Ward- rifle in a bayonet Travers has appeared with her-he 9

man Park hotel to the Capitol, and charge. played the country" doctor in "Ran. I I H Hf
rides'' home in the evening. dom Harvest. .

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.w a Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
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c: 1. Alluvial gold is what 1. Gold found in the sands or soil

2. What is the correct name for- of stream beds,.
5' Lesson for February 7 the German secret police. (Ges- 2. Geheime Staats Polizei.

tapo)? 3. Violet, indigo, blue, green,
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected 3. What are the colors of the yellow, orange and red.
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:YJJwNNl+ :f ::NY .J. rainbow
{ Council of Religious Education: used by ? 4. The bank at one's right when
x permission. 4. Which is the right bank of a facing downstream.

river? 5. The seed of the
tagua nut,
JESUS AFFIRMS HIS DEITY
J 5. What is vegetable ivory? which looks like and is used as

: 6. What is a fellah? ivory.
LESSON TEXT-John 8:12 25-36 5659. '
r GOLDEN TEXT-He that hath seen me 7. If a man is sartorially cor- 6. A peasant in Arabicspeakingcountries.

,3'. hath seen the Father.-John 14:9. rect, he is what? .
8. Tabasco is a state in what 7. Dressed in good taste.
"The Light of the World Is Jesus!" country? 8. Mexico.

1L Who does not remember with what

delight we as children sang, "Come

I to; the light, 'tis shining for thee ; ON THE COLDS'

The light of the world is Jesus." NTE

How precious was the truth. that HOME P iRitO

'; thus; flooded our souls. Jesus is the r

light. Just as the sunlight sheds its RUTH{WYETH SPEARS '

glory on an awakening world at < a For colds'coughs,nasal congestion,muscle

dawn, so He sheds, abroad the light aches get Penetro-modern medication in a
of God in the hearts of men. As THIS colorful afghan was made mutton euet base 25#,double supply Z5f.
by clever fingers from the best
this portion of God's Holy Word is
parts of old woolen garments put
studied and taught the light
may together with odds and ends of Real Affliction
break forth on many a soul caughtin bright yarn. Even trousers and Worse than a bloody hand is a
the bewilderment of this dark
fitted jackets yielded strips. heart of stone.SHAVE.
world.
But that is only one of the great By holding the goods up to the
light it is easy to find the unworn
thoughts around which our lesson SHELBY
centers. As Jesus here reveals parts. These are cut out roughly; with \

Himself as divine, we consider four CROCHET CUT 8DAR1i AND
-- simple words, each fraught with AROUND = MOCKS i

I Give Cupid a Break Bake Him a Cake I rich meaning. WITH Lochs = 7xs-LIGYARK

(See Recipes Below) I. Light (v.' 12). '= TX5" SHARPER

The text says: "Then spake 36DARK14X5" BECAUSE

Valentine Notes Valentine Party. Jesus. When? Just after He had THEY'RE

silenced the hypocritical accusers of Ia'xsaaI p !/l THINNERdouble

Along about this time, even though! 'Chicken Cranberry Loaf a woman taken in sin, and had i

It isn't spring, there's a note of pre 'Assorted Sandwiches or spoken the word of peace to her e or single edge edger

,, cious sentiment Graham Gems troubled soul. She was to "go and .
y! that gets into the TOGETHER ; ; '' for lOC
( Cupid's Cake sin no more" because she had met ;
\ WITH YARrI '
4' : 4"=' atmosphere. those Perhaps Tea Hot Chocolate Him who is the light of the world. Manufactured and guaranteed by
it's
", 41Tr They that follow Him "shall not Fdrol Razor Blade Co., N. Y.
J\.t'/J bits of bright red Recipe Given
walk in darkness"; they are the .
iwashed .
\\ and lacy paperQ I. ::. :
:
I children of light, they have the very I -t

(j the been children pasting have into remaining juice and seasonings. Coo light of life shining in their hearts I with mild lukewarm Happy Youth

and add celery. and,lives. soap Youth holds no society with
heart shapes, the rhymes they'vebeen Not only does Jesus light T the be- water; rinsed with a little soap in
Cream Cheese Rolls. grief.
Yes! Valentines!
making. warm water and pressed while
p; liever's heart, but this light shines ;
Cupid has a way of darting into Mix 1 package of softened cream into all the dark corners of this damp. The pieces are then cut

this season and winning us over- cheese with 1 tablespoon of mayon- wicked world, exposing sin and accurately according to the meas-

even if only with a cardboard ar- naise and a dash of Worcestershiresauce. and the urements given here. Single
hypocrisy showing
way
row springing out of a froth of red Blend thoroughly. Take thinly back to God. crochet stitch is used around all GROW THESE FERRY'S

and. white paper cutouts of hearts. sliced white bread, trim off crusts, pieces.
II. Salvation 25-30).
(vv.
Why not plan to give yourself up to and spread with cream cheese mix- *
?
". "Who art thou? That is the ques- ALAMER1CkWINNB5p\
a party with' a Valentine, theme? ture. Roll cut in half and brush NOTE: Today nothing should go to :
ask and
j with melted butter. Toast in broiler tion every man must answer waste. Even furniture may be recondi-
.. Let's 'make it simple but. festive I until browned.A as he considers Jesus. Even tioned and made to do for the duration. :

"' ; for even simple gayety will do loads evenly neglect is an answer-a rejection.The Book 7, in the series prepared for readers
for your morale. Except for the delicious mouth-watering' caketo answer of Christ in these contains 32 pages of illustrated directions.
"""' .... 1.- cake in today's column which is a top off the party is just the thing verses goes to the very heart of the Readers may get a copy by sending to: IN YOUR 'GARDEN

,;,)c : r- wee bit party-ish, the rest of ingre- you need to make it a success: matter, for He takes the people SPEARS

dients in the party are streamlined "Cupid's Cake. right to the cross of Calvary. When .Bedford MRS.Hills RUTH WYETH New York These recent Ferry's All-America

r to save your time. VA cups egg'whites (about 10) they had crucified Him, they would Drawer 10 Award Winners have proved
Our color scheme for the holiday 1% cups.sifted sugar their merit in thousands of home
know. Did not the centurion say: Enclose 10 cents for Book 7.
(w .' runs into red-and-white, so our main % cup sifted cake flour "Truly this was the 'Son of God" 'gardens.

dish is going to be a variation of teaspoon salt (Matt. 27:54)? Name ....................;.......... FERRY'S Gates MORNING GLORY-Pearly

the old favorite chicken and cran- -1 teaspoon cream of tartar It is true today that no man knows Address ............................. FERRY'S ClEOME-Giant Pink Queen
berries. 1 teaspoon vanilla Christ until he knows Him as the FERRY'S SWEET PEAS-Spring Flowering

"Jellied.Chicken: and Cranberry Loaf. Measure egg whites and place ina crucified Saviour.III. FERRY'S MARIGOLD-Melody

,,':,. (Serves 6) bowl. Sift and measure sugar Freedom (vv. 31-36). Available thtoughyour local dealer

" 1 tablespoon gelatin and add flour. Free! Four letters, but what a J U T
FERRY'S SEEDS
2 cups well seasoned chicken broth Add half of sugar depth of meaning! Chains have fall- J.
I
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G small thin slices-chicken and / teaspoon 00 en off, prison doors are open. The Ferry-Morie Seed Co. Detroit San Francisco
; 2 cups minced chicken i salt to flour. Sift one who was bound is free.

\ Cranberry mixture 5 or 6 times. Beat But here we are concerned withan
?
':'I) : Soften gelatin in a little broth, egg whites until even more important liberty, the

: ,: add remaining' broth and heat until .- frothy, add creamJ freedom of the soul. Many there To Good Use Gather Your Scrap ; *

,:; gelatin is dis- of tartar, beat until dr are who boast of their independencebut "Your daughter has a great many Throw It at Hitler!
&
egg whites are who but "
solved. Pour a are naught slaves. admirers, said Mrs. Wilkins.

tle into the litL.4 slightly stiff but Jesus said: "Whosoever commit- "Oh, yes," replied Mrs. Bilkins,

tom of an f-, still glossy. Fold in sugar, 2 tablespoons teth sin is the servant of sin"v. "she puts nearly all her window

1-quart loaf pan. at a time. Fold in sifted floura ( 34), not its master. curtains on the rods with her old

Divide remaining > /JI I little at a time. Fold in 'vanilla How shall they be freed? Note engagement rings." Another lob

gelatin between 1 ::: I and pour into a hot pan that has three things in these verses:

scup been set in a hot oven, 425 degrees, A condition "If continue for Women
dark and 1 (1) ye in The more a man has, the more Open
while cake is being mixed. Bake ina
"
cup light meat of my word. This means not only a he wants-with the possible exception -
chicken. Add alternating layers of hot oven 20 to 23 minutes or until profession of faith, but a daily ap- of the father of twins. (as well as men)
' ?";, chicken and cranberry, chilling each cake springs back when touched. In. propriation and realization of His /
probably do this job
vert to cool cake. WOMEN can
't'' layer thoroughly until set before pan truth in life. Another Question better anyhow because it is the

::: adding the next.Cranberry. Frozen Strawberry Filling. (2) A promise, "Ye shall know lie (reading paper) Scientists say women of the chicks.of America who raise most

the truth." The philosophies of men there ten million on a
Mixture. 1 package lemon-flavored gelatin are over germs We will pay $1.50 per 100 to womenor
(For Chicken Loaf) 1 cup boiling water profess to be a seeking after truth, dollar bill. ( men, glad to have them too) who
: 1 pint cranberry juice 1 package fresh-frozen strawberries but how few there are who look to She-Whew,I wonder how many thereare take orders for our,Insured Chicks.We
will insure 90% of every order for 6
:i V/2 tablespoons gelatin 1 cup whipping cream the one place where it can be foundin on a five. full weeks against death from any cause
Jesus Christ. whatsoever.It makes a real selling advantage .
; -
teaspoon salt Add boiling water to gelatin, stir His Choice emphasizes extreme livability
Dash of cayenne until dissolved. Break strawberriesinto (3) A result, "The truth'shall "Remember boy said the of our sturdy chicks.
my ,
Juice of 1A lemon separate pieces, add to gelatinand make you free. Truth always sets wealthy uncle, "that money does You and your neighbors probably order
,:: 1 cup minced celery stir carefully. The cold straw- free. Men are enslaved because, chicks anVhow.Cetthe facts.Make and
not bring happiness. Choice 12 leading;
save some money.
Soften in little berries will cool the gelatin and at as in some foreign lands, they have
gelatin a cranberry But the young man was readyfor breeds. Competitive prices. Pullonun
: not had the opportunity to learn the tested. Rigidly cuUed.t nd the best
sauce; dissolve over hot water. Add the same time thaw the syrup I that one.
I R.O.P.bloodline.
truth or because they have rejectedit.
around the berries. If strawberriesare "
"I don't it to he
expect replied -
Send postal today for complete details
thawed cool before II
gelatin add- ; "I merely want it so thatI
IV. Eternity (vv. 56-59). JIM PARKER'S FARMS & HATCHERY
ing strawberry mixture. Whip I shall be able to choose the kind
Lynn Says: Taking up their statement that Dept. 123 Maroa Illinois
cream and fold in % cup of whipped to "
of misery most agreeable me.
The Score Card: It looks very cream into strawberry mixture. they were Abraham's, children (see

:'f much as though you will cook vv. 33, 37), Jesus enters into the
With a sharp knife cut out centerof
what you can find with more sharpest controversy with the unbelieving -
cake with a sawing motion leav-
foods announced as to become ra- Jews of His entire earthly
ing a 1-inch shell around top of cake.
tioned. Canned and frozen foods ministry. They were claiming kin- ABERDEEN-ANGUS SALE
Lift out center of cake and tear off
along with meats will be 'less ship with a great man of faith who
pieces of center to fill hole at bottomof
easily available. in his day had looked forward to
cake left by tube. Use this extra Choice
Fresh fruits and vegetables are cake and into the coming of Christ (v. 56). Now 50
put filling or frost
to be' unrationed so keep and instead of receiv-
your
small He was here,
pieces and roll in
budgetwise and marketwise eyes Pour strawberry filling into coconut.cake. ing Him as their Messiah they were Breeding Cattle ,
cocked for bargains. Turnips, Him.
ready to kill 2x
Frost outside of cake with
carrots, beets, citrus fruits and ing cream. Part of this remain-frostingmay Not only did they claim Abrahamas .. Sale Pavilion

: apples will appeal to wise menu be used through a cake decorator father, but also God. Jesus told McNatt Stock Yard '

makers. tube to add valentines to sides them that in their sin and unbelief VIDALIA GEORGIA
Canned, soups which you obtain of their "father the ,
and swirls to of cake they were
top as shownin
and pay more for now are usu- picture above. Put cake in refrigerator devil." It is possible, then, to be Friday, Feb. 19, 1943

ally more concentrated and you for % hour or long enoughto very religious, to follow the tradi- Offering at public auction SO head of choice purebred Aberdeen-Angus females and
can get more food value from Serves tions of one's fathers, and yet to be top herd bull prosects.These cattle carefully selected from some of the famous herdsof
them. You'll like using dehydrated set filling. 10. the devil. Virginia. This is your opportunity to purchase the best In foundation Angus breed
children of ing stock at your own price.This sale is sponsored by the American Aberdeen-Angus
soups, too, the chicken-noodle What problems or recipes are most on All this led up to their sharp re- Breeders' Association, and the Virginia Aberdeen-Angus Breeders' Association.

combinations being winners. your mind these winter days? Write to buke in verse 57, which denied to Angus are the most popular beef cattle In the South. They are-"good dears'
Plan to pack whole wheat flours Lynn Chambers for expert advice on your Christ anything but an earthly existence and money-makers under all conditions. Angus are hornless, hardy of solid
color, and are resistant to disease and screwworm Infestation. Take advantageof
! and dehydrated pancake mixes particular problem, at Western Newspaper and which led Him to the the growing Southern demand for Black cattle. Breed Aberdeen-Angus. Buy
into your shopping bags. The for- Union, 210 South Dcsplaines Street, Chicago statement of His eternity. He iden-I I your foundation stock at Vidalia. For sale catalog write

, mer will help you get vitamin B III. Please be sure to enclose a tified Himself definitely and clearly fJ AMERICAN ABERDEEN-ANGUS BREEDERS' ASSOCIATIONUnion

in the diet, while the latter is a stamped, self-addressed envelope. for your with the Eternal One-the great I.. Stock Yards Chicago,Illinois ..
fine time-saver. reply.
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1045
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.
The Clewiston News of support. Cadet Findley, who Is stationedat

..t.. t blood relationship" applies to a Riddle Field, gave an interest j t ; .

In Clewlston, .t..t. TOO LATE TO :_: person's progenitors and lineal de- ing account of the effect of' air t .'_n'" "

Florida Published, by every the Friday CLEWISTON NEWS, :t: scendants, to his brothers or sisters raids and the protection offered by I ; ;
Tnc. '!' 'I 'whether by the whole or half shelters which have been provided. :;-" '.

,ft.ft.... CLASSIFYBy blood, and to his uncles, aunts, He also answered a number of I "

KEATIILEY DO"'DEN, Editor 't' nephews, -and nieces. Irrespectiveof questions relative to the work being i

ft.':. :;: any legal obligation of the tax- done by ,American soldiers ia
':" payer to support such dependent England. .
Febnmry Entered as 1, 1927 second, at class mail Otflce matter In 'i"t' RUSSELL KAY :t: relative, a moral obligation to do ,
undercth
Clewiston, Florida, Act of ", V so exists, and if the individual is .
:March 3, 1897. 't.'t" Secretary Florida Press Association* :X i: I actually supporting and maintaining John Padgett Is Held, -II


Subscription Unte $::.00 Per Year. ,ft.:..".:..:..:..:..:..:...;...-;..-;..-;..;-..-;..-;.,-;..-;..;-..-;..-;..;-...;..;...;...;....;..-;..;.;..-;..;...;....;...;..-;.._;..;..._;...;...;.._;.....................................................?".,, \in degree one household-he
Advertising Rates On Application. I. While the Scriptures tell 'us that contioveisies and the limiting of family exemption. I --

: Joshua commanded the sun to debate. The public at large is in A taxpayer is ,considered to be, John J
I stand still, there is no record of hearty accord with any move in "closely connected by marriage" Padgett, son of Mrs !
Devoted to the advancement and welfare anybody else having dictated_ to that such direction and reaction to fhese with his stepsisters and stepbrothers Charles Moran of Pahokee and a I
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County.MEMDER. brother of
of Clewiston and Hendry Dan Padgett of Clewli- J
.1'celestial body with any degree of suggestions has been generally. fav- but whether his' right to exercise ton, is a prisoner of the Japanese'

success. orable. family control and' provide for in the
It might be TIMELY to engage these individuals Philippines according to a I
While Time and Tide "wait for ; is based upon telegram
received this week by his :
man," they won't "hurry up"for I Rudy Vallee to attend the session some moral or legal obligation must
no mother from
the
a7 Fi.ORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATIONS A War Department.
his famed
opening and sing theme,
be
decided the facts in the
\
"" In upon
4 him either consequence John joined
NATIONAL EDITORIAL: ASSOCIATION> My Time." Then the Army Air Corps
"Your Time is
194 we can set clocks ahead and changethe particular case. The same considerations before Pearl Harbor and vas E
hours, but days continue to someone can set the calendar ahead apply to the 'status of a stationed in the Philippines when 1!
thirty days, instead, of waiting un- taxpayer because of
break and nights to fall according support furnished the Japs attacked. After
three Ad- til the last day of the melee to to his father-in-law: mother- U. S.
and
It's only five weeks to the plan of the Supreme planes were destroyed he joined the '
days until a certain day. And,, ministrator of the Universe. "turn back the clock. in-law, brother-in-law, and sister- ground forces in Bataan Peninsula :

brother: we don't mean Christmas. Big Ben may disturb the farm- in-law. First cousins by blood, and and has not been heard from since s

er's slumber and clang in shrill cousins of lesser degree, are not re- the fall of Bataan.'' ;
:
Lots of residents are becoming command "Arise, you lazy lout, garded as so "closely connected by John is a brother of Raymond \

street and' number conscious. Have another day 'has dawned," but it Your Income Tox blood relationship," as, to give rise Padgett who -was in the early action -

you put up your house number don't fool the cows, pigs or to a head of family exemption.A in the Pacific with the U. S.

yet? chickens and they go right on legal guradian who may main- Navy, was reported once as missing \
__ tain and support in his home a dependent -
ahead and wait for daylight. and finally came through safely !
attend the President's ward is not entitled to the
Don't fail to
after
Florida in Eastern Time was a hair-raising experiences. '
night. You're personal exemption as head 'of a\I f
Ball Saturday jump ahead of Old Sol to start _______ i)
assured of a good time and the Head of Family Exemption family if the ward was not con- f
money, raised will be used for a I with, then Daylight Saving and A single person, or a married nected with him by relationship of Government Dredge :;
War Time came along and ever
splendid purpose.. person not living with husband or blood, marriage, or adoption; nor :'
since we'vexbeen" trying to burn our i wife, is entitled to a personal ex- is a taxpayer entitled to exemptionas On Way To Lake \

.f If the report. of Hitler's death midnight oil on. borrowed time. emption of $1200 for the year if head of a family by virtue of 'j
who not
which we don't believe, Puzzled youngsters are he can qualify as head of a fam- 'maintenance and support of a child :
today,
The Government
"after dark"at Dredge D-I :
permitted to stay out
should be true think of the disap- ily. A head of family is "an in- not legally adopted.Collector I
which
left
'the lake
night, find themselves jerked out several months- i
dividual who actually supports and I
American
to millions of
pointment of bed before daylight in the morn- ago for a temporary assignment in
wanted to be maintains in one household one or I I
who per
doughboys ing and marched off to school in of Internal the Jacksonville area, left- Jacksonville -
sonally responsibly for his demise. more individuals who are closely
the dark. Wednesday and is expected to.
connected with him by blood relat- I
I The famed "first crack of dawn" Revenue To Be Here arrive here next week. The dredgeis
Next month's pound of coffee ionship, relationship by marriage or
that only confirmed followers of in charge of Capt. A. G. Twiddy
will have to .last- a week longer. I by adoption, and whose ,right to I Officials state that
Isaac Walton were supposed to "be the dredge
What America needs today is not up at," now finds Florida a bee- exercise family control and providefor John H. Maloy, deputy collector will probably be tied. up in' the slip,

a better five-cent cigar but a more I hive of activity with bleareyed folks these dependent individuals is : of internal revenue from West'' north of the engineer office upon

elastic coffee-stretcher. I galloping hither and yon in what obligation.based upon" some moral or legal Palm Beach will be at the Post-I its arrival and remain there for the-

used to be considered the "wee Office here on February 15 and 16, duration unless it goes out on a
Clewiston workers in non-essen- sma" hours. Utility companies find Examples of head of family for the purpose of assisting those private contract.. The crew will
tial industry are fortunate in hav- status would be a widower or widow who must file income tax returns probably be '
their peak load has shifted from disbanded.Community .
ing an essential industry right at who maintained a home fora II I
just after ,sunset to just before sun for this. year. H-
,home which will absorb a con- dependent child, or a son who
al'
rise, for, it is then that every houseis The representative will have '" ,
siderable and probably all supported and maintained a house- -
portion
ablaze, stove and heaters asizzle supply of all forms with him. Those f.
of them.. hold for a dependent father or mo-
asking for assistance should havea I' t
and power. machinery, beginning to .
ther. In order to meet the test of
II (Continued from Page
hum.' reasonable knowledge of, deduct- 1)
It begins to look as though Clew- actual support and maintenance ahead on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons -
ions permissable.
Being burdened with an un- I
iston's '. airport may get its CAA common degree of old fashioned of a family, the }benefactor: Persons whose'gross income is,I at 4 o'clock in the Home
rating without which it is of no must furnish more than one-half i I EC. and
; room, on Saturdays at
"horse sense, Representative Lacy $500 or more if single, or if mar-
use whatever at this time., Con- of the support and maintenance.The I 2:30 in
the Home EC.
room.
Thomas of Lake County thinks it is ried and not living with husbandor ,
gratulations to the group of avia- term "in one household" or- Many Clewiston residents have-
time we :quit kidding ourselves and wife, and married persons whose I
tion enthusiasts whose efforts may dinarily means under one roof, but nice
Victory gardens whose produceI -
accepted the decrees of an All Wise gross income is $1,200 or more and .
oon .re'tiu'i6i." ,- Providence! as to what constitutes if a father isabsent,, on business or who are living with (husband or wife I jis now ready for 'canning, and the .'l
a child or other dependent is awayat I project, will be begun 'fmmedi
Day and Night.He are subject to file :a return. tely'I
'" .
I intention school, or on a visit, the common I so that all possible food can bei ;
..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: has 'announced his home being still., maintained, i conserved for home use later on.
I to introduce a bill in the next leg
i islature to place Florida in Central the head of family exemption would RAF Cadet Is SpeakerIn 'I t Mr. Sharpe has co-operated with

still apply. Where a parent is |Ithe Garden Club committee Mrs.
,
RAMBLINGS Time, contending that, even' thenl)
we will be nearly an hour ahead ofl I obliged maintain his dependent Lake Worth MondayA E. L. Stewart Mrs. J: K. Rogers

By B. B. Mamma Nature but at least that I children with relatives or in a and Mrs. C. M. Pirkle, in ,making-

much nearer to normal. boarding house while he lives else- arrangements for the work to begin
PN N.N.NN.NNN:.:iNNN/N/NNNNNNNNINN/N: where, the additional exemptionmay description of London air raids immediately. -
Georgia, confronted with the
Well, four weeks with mumps i same problem, took the ,well known still apply. If, however, with- was given 'by Cadet W. 'P. Brown- All who would like to take part

Sn the house is just about enoughfor masculine cow by the antlers and out necessity, the dependent con- Fmdley of the RAF at a patrioticand are asked to attend Saturday, if
tinuously makes his home elsewhere, forum meeting r'the Cavalry possible
everybody, so unless a new case legislated one hour of morning and to attend future
crops up over the week-end, the darkness'to the ash can. his benefactor is_ not the head of I Methodist Church in Lake Worth I meetings for actual canning.
I '
Bowdens will be out from under It has caused momentary confus- ," J.I

the mumps ban, come sunset today. ion ,in the form of a conflict be- ._ -
Not that the younger fry hasn't en- tween state ,and federal authority, :-. ;" : -

,joyed the session. Mumps, apparently but like the silly advancing of I r THE OLD :JUDGE SAYS. ., .< ;"

are not wha they used to Thanksgiving, it will iron itself out, \ ; -, -
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be-at least in sunny Florida: and for common-sense has always Avon .... '--' .\,. -

with young children. The swellingis out over nonsense in the long run. J :' '.-"

the only symptom you can find Time- will march on according to t ': : ;, ;> : ,. :

even with a thermometer, and all plan .and man might just as well .', 2I :;<' ,
; '
the other gadgets. There simply decide to make the best 'of it. ,,- ,",,:\--,

aren't any others. And when you Washington, no doubt, will be

aren't sick, well it's, ,sorta nice to vexed, with Florida, as she now is ,; "',

have the attention. School- work with Georgia, should Thomas' bill \

-went along as nearly on schedule as pass. But since we seem to be more / ,

could be managed. And with the or less a "stepchild" of the "Great

addition of a work bench and a White Father" maybe if we showed -I !

vise on the back porch, more whit- signs of giving ourselves back to I (
I
tling and sawing and hammeringhas the Indians we might get a little i
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gone on than for months. We more consideration as a sovereignstate. ,

have a series of mementoes of the .

mumps-daggers, knives, battleships As the coming legislative session

'and planes, all carved out of approaches, the subject of "Time" '

two soft pine boxes and put together gives promise of being one that \ .., I II'
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with a nickle's worth of will be in the hair of-solons from

nails. I recommend the purchaseof the opening day, for there is a determined I'I',1 I

five cents, worth of small nails effort underway to limit

and the salvaging of a "couple of ,the time devoted to legislative ac-

discarded boxes as providing more tion. Representatives West of Santa I

amusement than any amount of Rosa and Troxler of Marino advocate ',. ', '
money spent on a purchased toy. a streamlined session to 'be H

concluded in 30 days if possible.

Congratulations are in order this Representative Beasley of Waltonsees i,

week.-to the Turks, whose dainty where much "Time" can be
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daughter 'appropriately chose Sat- saved through the elimination of .,
urday morning for her arrival and :.

didn't even disturb her school prin- !

cipal Dad's work week. To Jack -'
Mrs. McCorkle Is New
and Beth Moo*'man, and we hope ;

Jack was privileged to dash oVerto Home EC. Teacher Here : jk jk"I I II I

greet his son. He's been momentarily N t

expecting those orders to '
travel for Uncle Sam, and we was just tellin' my brother Fred this e rrt iol each other, arguing about an issue }" _

haven't heard yet whether he had Mrs. Stanley McCorkle took over morning, Judge..there's never been a time 1'..? hat. We've got a he-man's job on our ;

received them or not. And downin the duties of home' economics ill our lives when we got to live up to that ihsnds" to win this war and we can't be I :'
teacher in the local high school
Miami last night Hazel Prince old sayin''United we stand, divided we fall' vesting our minds, our money and our ; !
Monday succeeding Mrs. James W.
"
Granere presented :pick with a son. Beardsley who left l with more than we have to today." trength fighting about something 'i :: /
on Sunday
.
NOTICE'TO YOUTHSThe her husband, Lieut. Beardsley, to "How true that is, Herb. And for the tried for nearly 14 years and found couldn'twork. j

make their home in Gainesville. life of me, I can't figure out why, at a time f

SelectiveService Board Although not trained as a teacher like this, some folks insist on raising a ques"I say there's a time and a place for I '

warns all youths coming -near the Mrs: McCorkle is a graduate tion like prohibition.: I. can't imagine anything c:; rything, and this is no time or place tots I '. -

age of eighteen that they are re- dietician and has many years ex- that would tickle our enemies more l doing any fightin' except the kind that's : : "

quired to register at the' office of perience in nutrition and dieteticsin than to get us folks over here taking sides gong::: to win the war." -, '_ '

the local board on their birthday large hospitals and it is expected -

unless that birthday falls on Sunday that she will be able to handle --- -

or a legal holiday in which I the home economics. courses very Confrrtnce Ako/ll Efitra-e Jmiustntt. inc.PAGE r

case they register the following day. : capably. I


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FEBRUARY 5, 1943 TIlE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE-


ReahardBullockMiss SON BORN Goldsboro, ,North Carolina, last]I with A. B and C on them will bet

week, has gone to Maryland for a used during the first ration period.

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Granere of special five weeks training.. He Then stamps with D, E and F will

r Personals J Jean Bullock and Jean F. Miami are the parents of a baby expects to be sent to gunnery school be used during the second ration

Reahard, Jr., both of Clewiston, boy born at a hospital there Thurs- next, and he and Beulah are keep- period. And so on. The length of;

J I were united in marriage last Sat 'day afternoon. Mrs. Granere was Ing their fingers crossed, hoping It I each ration period will be an-v.

... urday night at the First Methodist 1 i formerly Miss Hazel Prince of will be Fort Myeis. i''I nounced later by OP A.

E. E. Gross is spending a week's Church in West Palm Beach with Clewiston. Since each letter appears on four

a vacation in Baltimore, Mr. I the pastor of the church, Rev. C. Owen Wiun of the U. S. Marineshas .I stamps, and since three letters-

; -- I Haynes,' performing the ceremonyin DINNER PARTY been sent to New River, N. C., may be used, a total of 12 stamps.

>.' Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor were the presence of members of the I for a preliminary mechanics'course.'' may be spent during each ration,

yisitors in Miami Tuesday bride's family and intimate friends. Miss Lois Princb entertainedwith I i He writes that he has completedhis period.

I Miss Bullock is the daughter of I'' a dinner ,party at the Clewis I 8 weeks' boot training. He I One of the four stamps under

'-' Marion Ford Bullock of Lake I ton Inn Thursday evening honor i went to Camp Davis, 32 miles from
Mrs. F. L. Tatiim of Lake '11\Irs. 1(I each letter has a figure 8, one has
Worth arrived Saturday for a visit Worth and a niece of Mrs. J. Kenneth I ing Miss Lee Pridgen. Other ]I i I his camp, and visited Sgt. Ray Bass,: a 5, and one has a 2 and one has
of Clewiston. She attended ', guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. and also saw Marine Gunner (or
with Mr. and Mrs. W. Dean King.Lt. Rogers i I a 1. Thus, with three letters in
school in Rochester, N. Y., Lanier, Mrs. Flora Deans, and Warrant: Officer) Larry Nash. _He, each ration period, the consumer
I'
., Stanley McCorkle of Aber-I graduating there in 1935. For the Burton I Hundertmark.' I says both are doing swell In their;i will have three 8-point stamps,

:,: deen, Maryland, was a business past several months ,she has been I branches. Ray is teaching a school( three 5's, three 2's and three l's.
visitor in Clewiston this week. employed in the offices of the COMMUNITY CHURCH on telephone, and is really mad be-I This is a total of 48 points per ration -

1- I Clewiston Realty and Development Jolm N. Montgomery, Minister cause he hasn't been given a period per consumer.

Miss Lois Prince is visiting her.sister Corporation chance for combat duty yet. Owen I During the week sales are frozen ,
9 : 45--Church School. ,
Mis. R. C. Granere in Miami Mr. Reahard is the son of 1'11"1 I says Nash's rating is next thing to the OPA will announce the
11:00.-Morning Worship. Topic,
today. and Mrs. J. F. Reahard of Fort a 2nd lieutenancy. Owen himself point value of the various rationed
"Christian Patriotism. will to Canton Ohio Hercules ,
to
go -
I Myers and has been employed as a Junior Christian Endeavor Items. Abundant foods will be assigned
6:30

.- J. D. Rogers, formerly' located flying instructor at Riddle Field Motor School after he com- lesser value in- points. Scarce
.
here with the U. S. Engineers and .since its opening, being now As- pletes his preliminary mechanics foods will berassigned greater
8:00 Memorial Service at Lake
now working in 'Key West, is sistant Flight Instructor. training at New River. value in points.

spending a few days here this week. I The couple 'have taken an I Harbor.There, will be no evening servicesat The family of John Padgett of The point values of the rationed

I ment at 315 E. El Paso A goods will be
Community Church Sunday. The announced in the
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, Mrs. Ruth apart-j Pahokee have received word from
Wilcox and Mrs. Agnes Marshall I I"J c6-pnOTS' choir and the pastor will have a I the government that he is alive anda newspaper, and will be posted in
I I CLUB PLAXS memorial service of Dr. grocery stores.
part in the
'spent Tuesday and Wednesday inI prisoner of the Japanese. After
FOR VALENTINE PARTY Robert I. Gamon at the Lake Harbor I
Miami. I I several months had passed since -
I I Community Church. All are he was reported missing in action
The Co-Pilots': Club held a night 'I invited to attend the memorial WANT TO RENT-House or apartment
Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer of Miami the' family had about given 'up hope
'( meeting Wednesday evening at the I II service. close to'the bus line Jt'
few days here this that he was still alive. John is a
spent a
',. Instructors' Club clubhouse and school. Phone 73.
I I session will hold its regular
The
week visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. L. I 'I' brother of Dan and Lily PadgettI
completed plans for a Valentine meeting Monday at,
monthly night
Downs at the Clewiston' Inn. I' of Mrs. Jimmy Wilson.
Party to be held on February 13. 8:00. It is important that all
--- I I I It was decided that the party I FOR SALE-3-burner oil stoves
elders be present. Any desiringto
". Miss Phoebe Peterson, who has Elbert and J. D. Hooker both
should be either formal informal See John A. Stone. ltp,
'i I or unite with the church are askedto
well and
been employed at the sugar office write that they are doing
/ I I as the guests chose to dress. meet with the session at that
for several months has returned! enjoying their training. Elbert
to her home in West Palm Beach. I. Attending the meeting were: time. expects leave about the tenth and r FOR
Mrs. J. E. Taylor, Mrs. A. W. Choir practice at *7:30 Thursday Will be heading home for a visit.J. SALE-Plymouth Coach, good,
'Archibald, Mrs. A. C. Lyons, Mrs.A. condition. $350. Terms. ApplY'
All singers welcomed.
evening. are -
Lanier Miss D. is doing exceptionally well -
,Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 406 W. Circle Drive.
R. Brink Mrs.
Willard
King,
.
.
Deans' in Jacksonville
Lee Pridgen and Mrs. Flora with his studies
Mrs. Kenneth Woodward, Mrs. A. The Mothers' Club meets in the I _
West
were business visitors in where he is at the Naval Station.
I R. Thompson, Mrs. H. D. Brazzell, Community Building Thursday
Palm Beach Saturday.., Mrs. H. P. Hardin, Mrs. Robert evening at 8:00.' All mothers of LOST Bill-fold containing identi

Westmoreland, Mrs. Sam Schneider, pre school age children are invited. Point Rationing fication papers. '$5.00 reward It
Mrs. Amy Hall, who 'spent some Mrs. K. Keine Ellis returned to J. K. Keine.. Phone
J. Mrs. N. C. We welcome all new comers: and .
time here with her son, H. R. Hall
47M.
Miami 1 Mrs. E. J. Smith, ,Mrs. H. B. Cusli.I' all those who are, not associated System ExplainedThe 2ta
S and Mrs. Hall, returned to
-S man, Mrs., J. W. Durden, Mrs. J. C. with a local church to' worship

... Sunday. ___ I I' Ziler and Mrs Wm. Reid. .- I with us. If you will be here for a Office of Price Administration 4

few months, why not join the fel-
DRESSMAKING ALTERING
for the first time revealed de- ,
; and
Mr. and Mrs. O. Phillips
W.
> BABY SHOWER GIVEN AT lowship of this church. Membersof
and Sarah Ellen I tails recently of the general food BUTTONHOLE
children, Tommy L'OTT HOME: SATURDAY all denominations are welcome. MAKING
of Swainsboro, Ga., and Mrs. E. C.I rationing program, expected to be-

Brown of Belle Glade, visited Mr. gin before the end of ,February. Mrs. Inez Pope
'Mrs. L; M. Weetman and Mrs.
and Mrs. G. H. Brown Monday.G. . . . How the program will operate was
I W. L. Lott entertained with a ..H.N.N.M.N.::.N.:.N.N.N.N'N,'N.N.N.N.N.N.H.N.N.N.N.::...I explained by Kenneth E. Stauffer, Millcrest Near Passenger Depot

H.. Small, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, bridge and whist party SaturdayI \ chief of the OPA'S processed food (next door to Bill Allen's)

Mrs. M. E. Von Mach and R. W.I afternoon at the, home of ,Mrs. Lott. division, in an address before retail I

Turk visitors 'in Fort The affair was a surprise baby wholesale from nine
were Myers With and ,grocers, I
t Monday. They visited Mrs. Small I shower for Mrs. W. D. Wylie. Midwestern states. ..

% and Mrs. Turk', who are patients Each guest, was given a corsageof I. The following foods, constitutingmore

in, the Lee Memorial Hospital. rose-buds, sweet, peas and baby's than 200 groceryitems, will Johnson's Fish Camp

hP,:'.. ]Mrs. Arthur, Bong underwent. an breath by the hostesses. Pottery | Our Boys be rationed immediately ,when the (Near Hurricane Gate)

I vases were given as- nrizes and program begins: Clewiston FIa.I .
.': '! ,operation_ in St. ,Mary's Hospital in were' \von 'by 'Mrs. Carl ,'Johnson, I Canned-Fruits, vegetables f all Boats and Motors-, Guide{Service
'' : ,
West Palm Beach yesterday. Her, who was high scorer at bridge and juices baby foods.
I. I jI In theService soups, I Rates Reasonable
daughters, Mrs. S. L. Crochet, and (
'r Mrs. B. A. Bourne who held high Bottled-Juices, 'soups, catsup, W. H. Johnson
'
Mgr.
I ,
'Mrs.
,
;' Raymond Lindley, accompanied at the whist table. \ chili sauce. !
:. her to West Palm Beach. I
!:- A baby's comfort was tied ban-I 'ied-Fruits.
: danna fashion around the many In jars-Fruits, vegetables, soups, I II
.r::: : Mr. and Mrs. Clayton K. Watkins :-
... packages of gifts, which soups, juices. '
: were presented -
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f of Maryland
\
uY are spending two J. M. COUSECounselor
) to Mrs Wylie. The hostesses Meat will be rationed later in
>' ::. weeks here with their son, Clayton
i Sf :;'s Watkins, Jr., who is employed at served cake and coffee. I...:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: j III the program. Sugar and coffee, of and Attorney at Law I

;;_!' Riddle Field. They are staying at Invited were Mrs. Foy Durrence, 1 I I course, already are rationed. Hopkins Building

the J. L. McDaniel home duringtheir Mrs. C. E. Gericke, Mrs. G. N. Pit- Jack Wynn's first letter in three) Under the program a consumerwill / Wednesdays and Saturdays
visit. j \ son, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. Otto l months reached his parents this be permitted to shop in any 1 )

Larsen, Mrs.: Keathley Bowden, I week, and they learn to their de ght'that grocery store. He may buy expen-'II 0:30 to 4:00 l

Mrs. Sinclair Mrs. C. L, McLendon, Mrs. B. A. he is safe in Africa. He sive or inexpensive brands of food. .

Saturday from Goldsboro Knight returned North Bourne.. Mrs. C. J. Nielsen, Mrs.G. writes that he is well, is enjoyingthe The number of items}/ he may buy ",

H. Brown Mrs. W. H. Lanier, interesting things that have buys high point-value items he will
Carolina
has
where she been for
Mrs. C. W. Fuller and Mrs. W. D. been happening and that he has get fewer cans than if he buys low
the past few months. She left the Florist Agency
first of the week for a visit with King been seeing. The African climate,I I point-value items. He will have to
he is hot in the and learn to budget h.is ration points
her sister, Mrs. Gilbert Davis, of SHO\\'ER. says, daytime I I Flowers delivered here at no
[
MISCELLANEOUS
Delray Beach. FOR BRIDE-ELECT: I very. cold at night.So I i'as well as his money. extra cost. Other towns, any-
TUESDAYMiss
\ far none of our boys has reported -1 I Before rationing begins the sale where in U. S. add only cost of

Mrs Joe M. Hall returned Tues- I I II seeing the President.. I I j of canned goods will be frozen for telegram, ranging from 20 to'

day from Manhattan. Kansas, I Lee. Pridgen and Bud II '-- 1 j one week. Sometime during this 55 cents.:

where she spent several weeks with .I Hundertmark, whose marriage., will Carroll Redish will be able to week every consumer will have to MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN

her 'husband, who is stationed at take place this month, were given talk his folks right under the table I register for ration book No.2. Western Union Office
nearby Camp Funston. Mr. and,, a surprise miscellaneous shower I I Registration was expected to beheld
when back home. The
'1 I he gets Day Phone 82 Night 2791
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['\' Mrs. Charles Bolton met her in Tuesday evening by the ladies of Navy really takes those sailors'I again in schools.
West Palm Beach. I' the Red Cross Surgical Dressing | Each 'consumer should be prepared
., II places. Although still in the dark I
Room at the Barracks. The party for registration in three ,
as to where Carroll is, or where his
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. p'rewitt and was given at the home ,of Mr. and ways: -
I sea trips have been, Mr. and Mis.
Miss Mauryne Prewitt spent three I Mrs. William H. Lanier. 1. He must have with him and
I" Redish know he is travelling from
days in West Palm Beach this I Taking part in the shower were I II the addresses he gives* them. Now show all No. 1 ration books for

; week, Mauryne going over for an Mrs. A. R. Torbert, Mrs. J. A. )" instead of "care of Postmaster, New, himself and every member of his INVEST 10% OF YOUR
I t"- S operation at Good Samaritan Hospital -I Boudereaux, Mrs. Philip Thielen family;
York City: his address reads "Care INCOME IN
,
5 Wednesday. She returned I Mrs. M. C. Sweat, Mrs. W. A. Postmaster San Francisco. ," and 2. He must know how many com-
with her parents last night and is' Davis, Mrs. ],1. C. Baldwin. Mrs. thathe's mercially canned, or otherwise
with a sailor 'you can judge
recuperating splendidly. Phillippi, Mrs.. William Calyer, trying out all the Oceans. preserved foods he has at home;
Mrs. D. A. Olden, Mrs. C.' A. Mar" 3. He must be able to say how War Bonds

Sgt. and Mrs. A. L.. Moorman tinez and Mrs John Lucaa. I. And Art Lawrence writes from I much coffee he had' at home as i

I have announced the arrival of a Cookies and coffee were served. Pearl Harbor that he really likes I of November, 1942.

son at Johns Hopkins Hospital, the place. He 'Jewel that when The consumer will continue to

Baltimore, January 29th. Sgt. MRS ALSTON WINS PRIZE 1 the 'war is over he is going to', use ration book No. 1 i for buying

Moorman has been stationed at AT BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. come home for her and take her coffee and sugar. '
1 I
DeRidder, Louisiana, and Mrs. Moor- right back down there in hopes she'll At the registration site the con-

man has been with her sister, Mrs. Dave Alston, won first prizeat like it as well as he does-and if sumer will be given one ration

R. P. Wainwright, in Middle River, the Wednesday afternoon bridge I' so, they'll just live there. We'd book No. 2 for each member of the AFTER TilE WAR YOU
Maryland, a suburb of club which met at the home of, '
Washing-. hate to even think of losing family, regardless of age.These WILL WANT TO BUILD
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ton f Mrs. J. W. Ezelle this week. The and Art in :years to come, 'Jewel'l books must be carefully preserved.

,I prize was a set of lip sticks. Mrs. quite nice to know that our I Ration book No, 2 has two sets YOUR OWN, HOME CONSIDER -
Mrs. James A. Boyd, Mrs. James Wf H. Lanier won a set of salad
1 are contented, and like the places of stamps, one red and the other
l M. Boyd and children and Mrs. E. plates as cut prize. Shrimp salad Uncle Sam picks out for them. o'ne' blue..rhe red stamps are for INVESTING PART

"W. Durst were in West Palm Beach and coffee were served at the closeof of the reasons the "Yanks" get meat, the blue stamps are for OF THE REMAINING 85%

Wednesday to visit Mrs. W. 'r.1 play to Mrs. Lanier, Mrs. Al- along so well wherever they are canned foods. Since meat will not

I Wheeless, who is recuperating ston, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. C. E. sent, Is that admirable quality of be rationed immediately,- the blue OF YOUR INCOME IN A

; Qood Samaritan Hospital from an Johnson, Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Mrs. being adaptable.. stamps will be used first.

( operation performed there the first R. C. Wilson, Mrs. G. B. Thomas -- Each stamp has both a letter

of the week. Mrs. Wheeless is reported and Mrs. K. Bowden. Charles Roberts (Rabbit to mostof and a number on it.. The letter Homesite

as improving rapidly. -- us) phoned from an Atlantic shows when that stamp may be

SCHOOL PICNIC port the first of the week, and the used. The number shows Its value.

..:, ,S-s, DAUGHTER BORN chances are that the next word The letters run from A throughZ
'
Almost a hundred pupils of the from him will be news from foreign except for the letters I and Q,

A daughter, Joan Eleanor, was first and second grades with Mrs.J. soil which are omitted. Each letter

: '"' born to Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Turk N. Montgomery and Mrs. M. H. appears on four stamps. Thus CLEWISTON REALTY

i in the Lee Memorial Hospital in Sharpe, first grade teacher and LeRoy Hare is in' Chicago, at there are four A stamps, four B

: Fort Myers Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Jerome Fugate, second grade Radio School now, having quali-I I stamps, and so on. In all, there are and DEVELOPMENT

The young lady weighed six pounds, teacher, enjoyed a picnic on the fied for the 'training he desired. 96 blue stamps in ration book. No.
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eight ounces at birth and both she Ridge Wednesday. They hiked, I,,2. CORPORATIONFRIDAY .
"i i and her, mother are reported as from the school to and from the' Sinclair Knight, who completeda i\ The stamps will be used in three

i doing: nicely Boy Scout Barbecue pits. course in aviation mechanics inI I letter groups. That is,, stamps

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No Stoppage Business ;

With Change Hands 1

n 1i ACEI&4IOLE
J i1 A gangster walked into a bank

4J. and made a clean sweep. While he !

r- JACKSON GREGORY x ? was busy stuffing the money into ;;:'
it W.N.U.RELEASE a bag the cashier set off the bur- [
To clean a soiled felt hat rub GREGORY / r':
glar alarm.
with a very fine grade of sandpaper THE STORY SO FAR: Ann Lee and say that I hated things. Castor oil in the doorway, clearing her The gangster hurried off in his F fl

*_ Cole Cody, beneficiaries under two identical was one, and there were others. throat to a warning "Ahem!" Her car and soon the police arrived. Ii

for man's room is wills made by Early Bill Cole ar But, dear me, I didn't know what I eyes drifted sidewise toward the "Which way did he go?" panted Han
Furniture a and limed rived In Bald Eagle by stage coach, onlyto was talking about. For only now, window, and managed to jerk their officer. \

appearing in bleached in the dark learn of Bill Cole's death a few days Mr. Cody, I do know now what the attention in that direction, where- The cashier pointed down the i
finishes rather than previously. Ann, accompanied by Aunt Need I fur Rance Waldron made the best i
word 'hate' means. go upon avenue, and the police pursued.At .
which used to hold sway. went out to Old Bill's ranch the
oak '
Jenifer,
and was greeted by Ranee ther? Of course not. Now, suppose of the situation,tapping on the pane; that moment a customer entered I

A speck of salt greatly improves following Waldron, day who,posing as Old Bill's nephew you. tell me what if anything at all, calling to them, the bank. I:

chocolate, caramel and white made It evident they were not wel you are driving at? Someone has "What's going on in there? I "Good morning," he said to the '

frostings and candies. come at the Ranch. While Ann Lee was told you, no doubt, that Mr. Early thought you two, after the lady had cas' ier. "I'd like to draw $500 1 j
making It just as plain she had no inten- Bill Cole willed everything he had popped a bullet into the gent, would from my account."
I
When clothing is spotted by tion of leaving, Cole Cody arrived. Ann to me?" have had enough of each other. Mindif The cashier pointed out the door: :

rain, place a clean damp cloth on and Cole had a misunderstanding duringthe was Cole Cody had a way of exhaling I drop in and join in the pow- "Yes, sir," he advised. "Just '

the material and press it with a journey'to to see Bald him Eagle at the and Ranch.she Intact cigarette smoke that she was: dead wow?" follow those cops!" ,
not pleased
moderately warm iron. He moved from his vantage
away
she ordered him out. sure, could infuriate anyone on 1 1I
*" with the story. earth. He did some exhaling. Her point, and a moment later the door- I
continue
Now I nails bit into her pink palms. But, way framed him. He stopped there, I

Spartanlike, she clenched her teeth studying them. I-

CHAPTER IX and waited. "I don't think I know you very ,
1"OTHI5 well," said Cody. "Do you happento

.s "You're not a very good shot, are Outside, in ,the patio, Rance Wal- be one of my guests?" I

...".......:'.... you?" said Cole Cody, lazy and slow- dron had stopped at the side of a "We met just now," Rance reminded -
I' 'i': spoken and impudent. Even his eye- window, listening, one would have' him, cool and insolent, as

If fi1 PChUdHala brows mocked Ann. judged, so still and attentive had he was his fashion. He pinched his !

; "Mr. Cody," said Ann, very prim, become, that he was far and away chin, looking reflective. "Guests,

and very polite "I am sorry, in a more than merely casually interest you said, didn't you? Whose guests, .

way, that I shot you. You see-" ed. At least so deemed Aunt Jeni- I can't'but ask. You mean I'm your_ \

Cold "In a way? That's nice! What fer, spying on him from a kitchen guest or you're my guest or-Just" : ''>:7L'?'.;'' "

way?" snapped young Cody. corner! what did you have in mind? -: lt : .

Cole Cody, drained of his strengthas >
Don't take needless chances "There is such a thing as being ;; w-
;
with untried remedies. Relieve anyhow human," said At last Ann spoke up, and very he was, felt a strong urge to t it ;: NAy1l1.AKis :',
humane or
miseries this home- "You, know well that quietly, considering who it was batter all the smug insolence off-the O\\ de i ,

proved. doubleactionway. .C""'.. Ann.are- not welcome very here. What'sthe speaking."Mr. man's handsome face. As a mat- fd Warner Bee ommeds 1 \.

1 wpTS AT ONCI._"'ifoO' '". you use pretending? You and I don't Early Bill Cole," she said, ter of fact he experienced an all but >"'9y.. Snawberry610Powdet for teeth '
1-S y, "was a overwhelming desire to spoil Mr.
spacing her words nicely, f
T PENETRATES ". *,: like each other-for my partshe CaJox [
"' to upper breathingS ..: :..:.. exploded "I hate the sight of you! gentleman and a very fine man. He Rance Waldron's manly profile for 'that shIne. TOOTgp
with medicinal << (,. \ friend of father's. He all time.
passages canandgo was a my
Get well as soon as you CAlOX
I vapors. """ t somewhere else. So, what I mean knew that he had to die. So he "It's like this," said Cole Cody, I ,, zn

t\ STIMULATES ,' .. \':f .......:i by being sorry I shot you, it's just made his will. It's quite ,too bad, very slow-spoken., When he s'OJftthat
chest and back sur- :
\ faceslikeawarm- : that if you weren't all shot up you Mr. Cody, to disappoint you, but way he was generally sayingone Go Forth BoldlyGo
a : ;: 4i
,
: Mr. Cole left everything he hadtome. thing and thinking far afield
+gypslug poultice. \ ?".. could be on your way right now. ; forth boldly and the battle is
,
-! :: that's what I said. He he was regarding RanceWaldron's
Yes
OURS right now half
wORKINO FOR" .t1@L ;: He slid out of his chair, the tight won.
made a will to that effect and-and empurpled nose and dal- I
Now to get all the benefits of bandage about his midriff irking lying with the thought of taking even

this combined PENETRATING- bini, and stood up. more painstaking care of that nose Beware Coughs i
STIMULATING action as shown "I'm here to stay," he told her
when opportunity afforded. "You
above, just rub throat, chest and
follow-
back with Vicks VapoRub at bed- flatly. "I didn't come here heard part of what was said; ]I from common colds
time.Then..see how this family ing you either. If I'd known you I Ids II guess out there at the window, youdidn't
standby goes to work instantly here maybe I couldn't have
were ,
miss a word. So suppose we That Hang On
-2 ways at once-to: relieve cough- at all. And not meaning toe
come ,
ing spasms, ease muscular sore- go on from there. I don't know ,
ness or tightness-bring grand tough with you, just the same Ican t who you are-" Creomulsion relieves promptly because .
relief from distress! Its soothing ask you what the devil you are r it goes right to the seat of the .
medication invites restful, com- icing here anyhow? At my place." k "Why not get straightened out at trouble to help loosen and expel
forting sleep-and often by morn- the start?" said Rance Waldron reasonably germ laden phlegm and aid natureto
ing most of the misery the cold "Your place! Why, you- "Me, I'm Rance Waldronand soothe and heal raw tender, inflamed -
Is gone. Tonight be sure to try "We sort of find it natural to call just blew in here a few days bronchial mucous mem-
Vicks VapoRub. branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
V each other 'You' and then gulp and ago. As far as I know, or anyone bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding -
stop, don't we?" he said. else seems to know, I'm next of kin you must like the way It

"Your place! What on earth are to 'that rare old bird, Early Bill quickly allays the cough or you are
to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
Long and Short of It you talking about? Have you gone Cole. I had me a hunch that he

Employer-Can you write short- crazy? Oh, maybe you always were kicked off without making any will

hand? crazy! Of course, that's it! That explains at all, and in spite of the severalmentions for Coughs.Chest Colds Bronchiti "'!.

Prospective Employee-Yes, but everything!" of wills that ,I've hrarossTtT ,

it takes"'me. longer. "Listen, and don't be so smart. *, Vm still of that notion. If I The Answer J

You're kind of pretty, and maybeit's happen xcu r* ;*-YJ IJ.] 'hca, tin After all, the shortest answer is _

gone to_..your head. Men, I outfit, lock, stock and iarrci, belongs doing.
at a dance, all to me! Got all that, Mr.
Wh9..f : guess, seeing you "
and dolled up, have told you a lot of Cody?
pains I
conceded 1 I'
lies, and you think you're Cleopatra, "That's quite a speech,

RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO maybe, or the Queen of Sheba. Cody, nodding approvingly. "Yep,

Whoa! Didn't I say wait a minute? I got it. Only it's my bet you're out

I'm answering questions right now; on a'limb. Here are the three of

you say what do I mean by saying us, you and Miss Lee and me, all '
this is my place. Well, that's whatit putting in our claims." He made a I t I

is, or anyhow going to be. Me, wry face, then wiped it away with Thcrc'a good reason why PAZO ointment

I'm: old Early Bill Cole's heir. Thisis the heel of his hand. "Like so sufferers has been from used simple by so many 1'ik'S.millionsof First.

the King Cole Ranch, and it's many turkey buzzards sitting on a PAZO ointment soothes inflamed areas 4 J
r
mine." fence! It makes me sort of sick at relieves pain and itching Second. ...

Largo Bottled[ sit(inand12Small: ) SIzeIT <__. my stomach. I got a notion to high- PAZO ointment lubricates cracking hardened and '
dried parts-helps prevent
"Why -
III GOOD D8DS STORE it IT Hill tt receipt il iriei you you folks tends
tired of tail out of here and let you fight soreness. Third. PAZO ointment
MCNEIL DRUG co, inc. "I've told you I'm getting to reduce swelling and check bleeding.
530 Broad Street-Jacksonville.Florida our calling each other 'Youyou's.Vhere's .' over a dead man's boots! Fourth'it's easy to use. PAZO. oint
,\ your originality?" i "Scat!" cried Ann Lee., "You're ment's perforated simple thorough.Pile Pipe Your makes doctor application -
arr "
"You-liarYou're!, worse than overdue some other place! 'can tell you about PAZO ointment.
Clashing Arms that man Rance Waldron. He says I fIll tW ql I I Vii rvi "No. I'm sticking until get thingsstraight. I I "

The law speaks too softly to b'e it's his place too-and it's mine! Why old Early; Bill: Cole
heard amidst the din of arms.- With Ann watching his slightestmove
I don't
Now, Mr. Cody,. will you-Will you should make me his heir, .
Caius Marius.To he shot the key home. o
climba But he might
tuck your shirt tail in, and go know and can't guess.
tree?" have had his reasons. I never knew SNAPPY FACTS
Will
I've got that will! Now- you
-
relieve distress of MONTHLYFemateWeakness What Mr. Cody did was scratchhis well and !" him, I never even saw'him. But ABOUT
get' go
sticks out like a sore i
thick-thatched with abun- one thing
head -
/ dant dark, red hair, and hold his He moved over to the table, feel- thumb: His name was Cole, and I'm I

a moment and do a bit of ing a. trifle unsteady and blurry in Cole Cody! How's that happen?

AND HELP BUILD UP RED BLOOD! peace thinking, staring at her all the while. the head, and sat on the table'sedge I Must be that we're related, or something WJrRUBBER 0
foot swinging.
Lydia E. Einkham's Compound He told himself that this was a sort one -" \
TABLETS (wit a added Iron) have "We'll find out about all
helped thousands to relieve peri- of funny lay-out, his running into soon He reached into his pocket, groped ,
odic pain, backache, headache with this; obnoxious girl so consistently' this," he said "I've got a key-a" a minute and dug up a small, flat

weak,-due nervous to ,functional cranky, blue monthly feelIngs for: one thing, her making a claim key old Early Bill sent me- key-and did little Ann Lee's eyes Between 28 and 33 calls per answered cent of

disturbances. like that for another, the letter from "A key! You've got. a key! Wh- all but start from their sockets!' the by AAA road clubs lervlca are In response to

lets Taken help regularly-PInkham's build up resistance against Tab- old Early Bill Cole for the first of what sort of key?" "There!" said young Cody. tire trouble cause-the flats.second Battery largest problems I

such annoying symptoms. Also, all, in a chain of events that-No "A key that's made to unlock I "There's the key to the mystery, number of road calls for help.
their Iron makes them a fine hema all just a quilt of a he snorted at her. the feller says-Maybe! Who'll z.,
tic tonic to help build up red blood. chain at. crazy something, as American synthetic rubber will fill
Plnkham's Tablets are made especially thing! "What do you suppose, asking what bring me a lock for my key? 90 per cent of the country's rubber q rs
for women. Follow label di- he did tuck his shirt when I find what all her own, need, within two years ol Pearl
rections. Worth trying Pondering, sort of key? Now, Ann Lee had a way, Harbor,according to a rubber chem
tail in. Also he produced the mak- it's to unlock-There's an old devilin of getting from the place where she ist. This will bo a speedy transition

ings of a cigarette and very slowly, town they call the JudgeHe'scrazy was to the place where she wished from natural synthetic rubber.rubber GermanywhIchstarted development

his mind on other matters, he build- as a bed-bug, no question.But to be, that was like nothing. else! on prior to 1914 can now only take car
I I 064t ed his cigarette. And in due course, he knows a lot of things. Between earth. of with 75 synthetic per cent ol its :rubber need

lighted it. He inhaled deeply; he him and another crazy old And with her cherished carpetbag been

sent a stream of bluish smoke ceil- coot name _of Doc Joe-" clutched tight. She got it open, Rubber hauling tired about trucks 18 per have cent as

ingward. I "Doc Joe isn't a crazy old coot! she ran a hurrying hand down intoit many ton-miles at the railroads! ,

"It's still reasonably early in the I He's a dear! But-but-Where. did she plucked out an old, black ODT officials; say.

morning," he said after he had driven you say you got your key?" iron box. An iron box with two Until brake gasoline the rationing car owners was applied of the I

t her frantic with his leisureliness. "Forget that I've told you as, locks, as anyone might see. as country a wero wearing oil 7ouuou
"You'vegot lots of time to comb pounds of tread rubber from their
much as I have! Are you and I tires ovary day,a government statistician
your hair and wash your face-Go old friends who tell each other all. Ann set the box down hastily,. and asserts.HrMf .

look in a looking glass, and' you'lldo our hearts' secrets? Are we-" shot her key into the proper lock.
both-and! get into Bald Eagle r7
-And he's right! No need to pay big before noon. If the stage doesn't go "Shut up! You talk so darned When the mechanism gave its satisfied -
money when GROVE'S A Bland D want it to today it'll much and say so little-you make responsive click, she looked up
Vitamins cost only 2St for over two where you go me mad! Tell me about your key. at him triumphantly. Little Ann Lee !
weeks' supply.The larger size is be pretty sure to go tomorrow. So into
even
Bill-You that he could crowd a lot of things one
Did Early say
more economical-only $1.00 for you've got time to listen while I Mister!
over IO week upply. Each capsule tell something. Mr. Early Bill sent it to you?" swift glance: I've done it,
-' uupphes your daily protective require- you How about you? Just four-flllt hing?
"Well what if he did? Maybe
his wild soul Bill
ments of essential vitamins A and D Cole, rest Early himself.
plus famous Bi. Unit for unit you being dead now, made up his mind you've got the lock it fits! Let'slaugh Cole Cody wondered, -}
find out
can't get finer quality.Potencyquality he wanted the right sort of man to !" Well, here was the time to 0 -

teed! Today guaran taking take care of the things he had to "Maybe I have! And if you've got about things. With Ann watchinghis i. I
start she
GROVE'S Vitamins! leave behind him on taking the long, the other key, I'll show you! I'll slightest move, as though able to {
him of being accomplish -
one-way trip. He nominated me for show you ,who owns the King Cole suspected
GROVES r the job. He even took time to write Ranch and all that goes with it! any weird sort of sleight-

out a will. He left every damn Where's your precious key, Mr. Cole of-hand, not trusting him; with both. eIS
Jenifer and the sardonic
thing he had to William Cole Cody. Cody?" the lively Aunt
for it to fit?" Rance Waldron pressing clozv,
And that's me. Do you begin to get "Where's your lock
t the general idea?" he shot back at her, and grinned his he shot the key home.It .

"When I was a very little girl," most malicious grin. fitted the lock.- i I

she told him sweetly, "I used to Suddenly they were aware of Aunt'Jenifer (TO BE CONTINUED) II II I I

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Gems of Thought I[ G OUR COMIC SECTION a I Pope Independent RulerThe


.i YOU may chisel a boy into _
,. as you would a rock, pope is really an independent -
> or hammer him into it if he bea ruler of a country. The pres-
PETER
better kind, as you would a ent pope, His Holiness, Pope Pius
piece 6f bronze. But you can- XII, was elected on March 2, 1939,
not hammer a girl into any- B, and in the Vatican City-a part of
thing. She grows as' a flower / .PEEVEd the city of Rome-he exercises all
does.-John Ruskin. the independence of any sovereignruler

Fight on, my men, Sir Andrew says, of an empire. .
A little I'm hurt, but yet not slain; In the Vatican City is everything,
I'll but lie down and bleed awhile, .' in miniature, appertaining to a
And then I'll rise and fight again. d/. tiara :::3a Q n fir capital. Even a railway station-

Do not expect others to sym- though the whole line is only a few
pathize with you unless you hundred yards in length. Thereare
sympathize with them. Sympa- papal troops. There is a papal
thy means "feeling with." newspaper. There is a papal radio -

Not, for tomorrow and its station. Papal ambassadorsare
needs I pray, but keep me, to be found throughout the

guide me, hold me for today. world.

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TIlE CLEWISTOX NEWS I.'nIDAY, FEBRUARY ii, 194S
PAGE EIGHT

deliberately overlooked and feels tilct. you hear the programs. the individual in not advising his .' i;i -
'Congressman Demands that perhaps It is because only' The commissioners stated that Mr. Lowe further states that board of change of address. 1

I $203,000 worth "of repairs are necessary -I they felt that the rapid growth' of Dr. Turner is one of the most pop-I| State Headquarters has instruct -,

Death Of State Canal on this route while the north 1 the Clewiston area entitled them to ular speakers among Southern Bapjtists -: ed the local boards that they will : V '

---- I loiida route would require at least better represenation in county affairs -i i' being in constant demand asa start compiling their lists of lost' :i'-
millions. It is estimated that but because the Felda commissioner speaker for assemblies, colleges
| $44 and f
George A. Dondero of ,Michigan I delinquent registrants and up- I
Rep. barrels ai absent from the and church meetings throughout
from ''288,000 to 399,000 was "
the completion U
Congress Wednesday to on of this list, Gen-
urged this route.I the board asked that they the south. This is a return
be shipped by meeting engage-
appropriation for build- I day may eral Collins states, it will be turn- H
the
cancel +
be given a time to consider the I ment of Dr. Turner on The Baptist "
ed to the United
north Florida Cross-State over States Attor n-
the
Ing other Hour, the first \ l
I proposal. One of the members engagement beingin
with :
Canal and to insist upon the use ey instructions to bring each '
bo'ard will be the 1941 Series.
of the existing waterway ,from Fort! ; Workers HereContinued of the away and every one of the delinquents I\
( for about thirty clays so it was decided -I The Radio Committee reports f
flyers to Stuart. In his talk thecongie&sman to justice. Therefore, it is ad-
from 1') that the board would set the |that fan mail responses to the Baptist -
page
( visable for
administered a stinging I any registrant who has ( .
and chil- date for a special meeting when [ Hour programs over the 35 ,
rebuke to those :who would waste I possible, of men. women I failed to adhere to the Selective
with labor they come together' for the March stations on the programs are heardin
agricultural
and material to build rhen to assist' ; Service Law, to contact his local -
manpower sessfon. committee Florida over Stations WJAX of
The Clewiston
canal across the state : ., board at once even though February "
another
when there barge was already one inexistence. Men who are employed in the I II will be notified of this, special Jacksonville, WTSP of St. Petersburg ? 1st (the dead line) has been '
non-essential work listed in the meeting and be requested to appear WFTL of Fort Lauderdale' reached. This period that will
I
including those before the board at that time with WRUF of Gainesville, ancl WWPGof 1\
"Recently the item which order (at present "* elapse between February 1st and \
I furnish the so-!'complete data and information Lake WoVth. ;
said .
would 'give the go-ahead signal to which are to I the time that the local board turns
the Florida barge canal project was I called frills of life) must be in supporting the request for redistricting the list over to the United States. 'I-

supposedly killed when ,it was removed -I training for a job in an' essential Large Number OfDelinquents I Attorney may be labeled "THE !q

from an appropriation bill,"I industry before April 1 or be listed I LAST ROUND UP." 11!
'the 1 with the U. S. Employment Service IKISII POTATOES ARK Located,
Dondero said, "but like reported .
in which case thirty! EASILY PRODUCED INr I
transfer
[ or I
the
demise of Mark Twain I IjIOST '
; days will be allowed for 'such I HOME: 'G'AKDEXS Tampa street cars carried 16- :
suggested death of this measure I. 550,521 persons in 1942, an in-, t
General Vivian Collins state
,
transfer- to be made. ;
may:least have premature.been "exaggerated. or at II II I Gainesville, Fla.-In planning our i'I director of Selective Servicean- crease of 5,551,076 restrictions over 194L': 'I\
I Tighter gasoline this
flounced
today that through the )
most of
this us
"The problem," continued Don- County Board= home gardens year month caused another increase for.
I medium of the radio
will want toinclude a few rows of press, stations I
dero, "as everyone knows, is the I and cooperation of registrants' rela- January and indications are that 'I
Irish C, M. Hampson
-
urgent need for petroleum pro- potatoes says tives and friends, local draft boards) 1943 will reach an all time high.
ducts on the Eastern seaboard to (Continued from page 1) member, of the garden Agricultural goalscommitteeof have been able to locate a large The _Tampa Electric Company, still '

relieve' gasoline and fuel shortages.! or 350 voters and\a territory of Extension Service.the-State He adds that number'I of lost and delinquent maintains a 5s fare, lowest' rate in" ,\
It is estimated that more than 200 to 250 Square "miles. -- registrants.' the nation. i
oil fuel time the committee very few vegetables will producea I I II
1,300,000 barrels of crude At the present Where lists of delinquents has
ail and gasoline per day are required pointed out, based on the larger'supply, of food He on offers the same the been published in newspapers 01'\\I j A bill to permit- the federal, gov-. !
Clew- amount of ground.
':: to relieve the pressure in 1940 census District No.1 at the announced over the radio boards ernment to acquire the 5-mile Gulf I
this area. Of this amount '1,100- iston has 55% of the total county following pointers on growing I have cut the delinquent lists down:: County canal at 'a cost of -not to' '!

<000) a day may be delivered by rail population, District No.2, 11,1' crop.Good to better than 50 per cent, Gen.!![ exceed $200,000, was introduced'
;and: pipe lines and 'the' deficit must District No.3 17%, District No. 41 soil with plenty of mois- !,Collins said I recently by Congressman Bob Sikes-

te taken care of in some other 5 % and District No 5 12%. On ture and good drainage is essential. This proves that a large number I f of Florida. The action had been 1\

"yay:" I I the basis of 1940 primary election The soil. should be well prepared.A of these lost or delinquent registrants agreed upon at a meeting of the i
then cited the returns the voting strength was fertilizer analyzing 5-7-5 is a Florida
The congressman i are caused by negligence of i congressional delegation. i
'
'efforts made to have the barge r 43 % for No.1, 14for No.2,, good one for' potatoes, but where I ,,
) ------
route 24% for No.3, 7 % for No. 4 and it cannot be secured a .3-8-5 or.
anal constructed along the ;; ::. ssss .. w :r ". ; .::; -1)
of the proposed cross-state ship 12% for No.5. On the basis of 4dO-7 will make -good potatoes.Mix .

canal which authoritative sources these figures, they reasoned, Clew-. the fertilizer thoroughly with i
declare would take a minimum of iston is entitled to two districts the soil of the row 10 days before Help America's Air Force ---,
another district taking a por- planting. Around 10 to 12 poundsis I
three years to.dig. He also wondered and Viciory-Buy War
: why the present barge canal tion of Clewiston and combining the correct amount for 100 feet

from Fort Myers to Stuart has been with the present East LaBelle diSJ.r' -! of row. Fresh stable manure is I \ y M. ,; v rgnvwyyFrixi Bonds'I

..,. --.. --- not recommended for potato land, vRc at r5' I
since it is likely to'cause the potatoes /.y i' ;
-- 11-- :' to scab .
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The Katahdin, Sebago and Bliss

.., Triumph are recommended for the \ ....:
home garden. Plantings should be

i made In February in northern Flor-

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g14 : the state, and September to Jan,'

uary in southern Florida.Be .

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