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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, lIUDAYlARCII 26, 1943 SUBSCIUPTIOX--$2.00 PER YEAR
VOLUME 14- VTIMRKR 18 .


SCHOOL BAND TO-i;I Important MeetingOf USDA WAR BOARD 1 Local Airport Gets \ POLICY CHANGED IN

C.A.A. Designation

GIVE CONCERT FOR I Voters LeagueAn CALLS MEETING OF I ,- )I,I REGULATION OF CITY

meeting of the The Clewiston Municipal Airport
important (
:'i \ RED CROSS BENEFIT I Clewiston Voters League will beheld ALL SLAUGHTERERS I has received its official CAA desig-, COMMUNITYBU1LDING

next Friday night, April 2, at nation, the inspection being made
. school recently by Y. E. Bivings of Miami)
.... 8:30 at the
.! The Clewiston-School Band, under I was announced this week by Chairman S. L. Crochet will represent the who, found everything in order. j I A change in local conditions have

will Carl ,H. Berner. United States Sugar Corporation This designation now permits pri- caused the city officials and the
the direction of F. G.'Sturchio, I
School The general purpose of this meeting ; and others interested from this sec- vate planes to use the local field by civic committee in charge of the.
present a concert in the High
: evening, will be to hear a report from tion of the: county will attend a I having guards. on duty twentyfourhours Community Center to make a changein
auditorium next Tuesday
concert will' the committee which was appointedat meeting of all slaughterers and meat;I each day, a general manager the policy regulating the use of
March 30, at 8:15. The
the last meeting of the League to handlers which has been called for and a clearance officer. the room. Mayor F. Deane Duff,
Cross
of the Red
be for the benefit
War Fund and every cent taken in meet with the board of county' com- 3:30 tomorrow (Saturday) after-1 I The clearance officer at present is' representing the city commission,

admission will be given to theWar missioners and discuss the proposed noon at the courthouse in LaBelle. I Mrs. Lonnie Getz whose husband al-'I and Mrs. W. C. Owen, chairman of
as
redistricting of the county on a I 1 I extra the Civic Committee, have worked
Fund.In The purpose of the meeting is to| so acts as an guard. They reside -
addition to the numbers by more equable basis. This committee explain the obtaining of permits for!1: in a trailer at the field. Charles out a schedule which permits the

thel has had two meetings so far with slaughtering under the new meat! Miller is manager. I fullest possible use of the Center.
his
band, Mr. Sturchio and son, Al-1{, I
fred Sturchio, will each give a con-1 the county board and their progresswill ration program which goes into effect Several private planes have been I Under the new plan the Center

will be reported at the meeting next on March 29. I moved to the field from Riddle Field will be open exclusively for the-luse

baton'I Friday.Mr. I I Permits will be issued Saturday,: where it was necessary to keep them I of U. Sand British Cadets at Rid-

I .. Berner is hoping for a very it is said, to anyone requestingit I until the designation ,was made. A i die Field and any other servicemen

:Marine Hymn. It is planned to present -I, large attendance at this meeting but it is pointed out that it wouldbe rental fee on these planes now pro- I and their guests every Saturday and

a male quartette in several num-j,j and everyone, whether they have already necessary for every slaughterer to I vides enough revenue to pay operat- Sunday afternoon and evening. The

bers. pledged themselves to mem- bring with him a complete record of ing expenses and other planes are room will also be open for themon

,r::,' The program of band numbers asj i j! bership in the league or not is cordially what he had slaughtered during expected to be based here' very Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday -

; planned follows: invited to attend. 1941 as the quota for this year will shortly. evenings, except when its use i3
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", America. be based on, that record. Should he I requested by some organization fora

'{l'"i... :' Summit. I I have no such record or should he be I benefit party, or similar purpose.

? !k".",':' Massa's In the Cold, Cold Ground. VICTORY CORPS TO classed now as .a slaughterer: whenin CANAL MEETING TO I At present the only regular scheduled
Headway. 1941 he was not, he will have to use of the room on any of these

c'' Ambition.Finlandia.. present convincing proof that. he is I nights' is on the second Thursday iu

;: BE INITIATED TODAYThe deserving of a permit..' BE HERE WEDNESDAY j each month when the Mothers Club

1. The Marine Hymn. The matter of keeping: proper I of the Community Church holds its,

= Success. i records for the purchase and- sale of I -' I meetings there.' This meeting will

At Sight. I High School Victory Corps, livestock will' also be taken up at the Many prominent citizens of South continue, and the Cadets will not use

,'. Star Spangled Banner. I members will be initiated at exercises meeting so it is very important that 1 Florida will gather in Clewistonnext the room on that evening. Any clubor
...., I at an'meat handlers attend the meeting local may request and receive -
The local school band began only to be held this afternoon Wednesday for the purpose of group

:-', three years ago and has been under 3:00 in the school auditorium andJ. .- Permits are not required from attending a public meeting in Sugar- permission, for the room for a

:.- the supervision of Mr. Sturchio since M. Couse of Moore Haven has;been those who butcher' for home con- land Park Auditorium,. called by benefit party, or similar purpose at

.'. '' Us organization., It has made rapid selected by the American Legion to sumption only.1Iembers A.. D. H. Fossey, president of the any time. If it is on an evening

progress in those few years, and be the guest speaker on. this occas- of the Hendry County Atlantic and Gulf Canals Association.The when the Cadets are in town, they
would be a credit to a muc'h older ion. board are J. R. Burnett, chairman, will be notified at the field that the

organization. Those members of the student body A. J. Evers, E. R. Murray of this sec- meeting is for the purpose of room will be in use that evening.
interest in the
arousing general
.;'.. '. Admission to the concert, will be who have filled out their pledge slips tion and C. Kay Davis of Fort .Lauderdale -I prompt development of the Fort This leaves the room open to the

J.L > 4:" 25vcents for adults and 15 cents for and otherwise qualified for member manager of soil conserva-I Myers-Stuart canal residentsof young people of the town every Fri-

:>1: 'Children. A larger offering ;would ship in' the Corps are: Margaret tion service for this district. I the area affected among by the waterway day evening. when the custom of

V-ti: ;, not be refused if anyone wished to Morrow, Bruce Beardsley, Frank providing chaperones for the even-
: : Congressman J. Hardin Peter-
. add to his admission fee. I I ing will be continued. Also Monday
L: Conkling, Robert Hodges, SherwoodHall son has proposed legislation to '''have
.;: 'l>: Marianne: ,Jones, Mauryne Pre- STEWART SPEAKS-TO I I the canal deepened and widened be- I evenings will be free. for any requested -

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Wave ,Recuiters.Here witt and Philip ''McLeod. A num- I fore next winter in order to foreStall I use. During the day-thne'--except
r; for the week-end, the room is also
ber of other' applications are out a shortage of petroleum pro-I ,

.c- 24 Hours. This I and will. be passed:. on" later but the KIWANIS WEDNESDAYCounty I I ducts along the .Atlantic coast. I available. ,for''* *any* ,<-purpose- as heretofore' -

Weekl group named will'be; :.the. charter, '. .._: "
Wednesday's $
meeting
Speakers at -i
I members of the Victory Corps., At the time the city establishedthe
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include Ben Herr, Secretary' of
I ., Ensign Ruth J. Meyer 'of the The American Legion has been. Representative Elbert L. Center it was designed as a
the Okeechobee Flood Control Dis-
I :: "WAVES was in_ charge 'of the Naval asked by Prof. R. W. Turk to act ,Stewart was the guest speaker at the Senator meeting place for various organiza-
trict; Ernest' Graham, Miami -
!I' Recruiting Trailer which visited as a sponsoring organization and to regular meeting of the ,Kiwanis Clubat tions, as a place for benefit partiesor
; ,Mayor Cliff Reeder, Miami; Dr.
Clewiston for 24 hours this week:I offer what assistance and advice the Inn Wednesday evening and dances, and as a place where the
George ,Henry Bradford. treasurerof
seeking women interested in joining that organization can to this groupof made a most interesting talk on young people of the town might be
,. the Atlantic and Gulf Canals' As-
:: "' the WAVES or SPARS, women's organizations young people who have dedicated highlights of proposed legislation. free to go for dancing in the even-
sociation; Carl Hanton, memberof
,: whose members serve in themselves to public service. Mr. Stewart pointed out that 'loss I ing. Locat'groupS will continue to
the Flood Control District and
the ,Navy and Coast Guard. In addition to the ,initiation of the in revenue from curtailed racing and editor of the Fort Myers News.Press. I use the room for their regular meet-
Ensign Meyer and her assistant,! Victory Corps and the award of arm gasoline sales would probably' mean I ings and any organization needing it

I", .. Yeoman Robertson, attracted much band insignia, Mr. Couse will that some new taxation bills would i! The work of deepening and for a special purpose may make application -
'.-
"attention in their trim Navy blue also dedicate the school service flag be introduced at the session of the I! ing of the present. canal was widen'I'I for its use.

uniforms here They visited the which has been made by Mrs. M. 1\1. legislature opening next month io'' a few years ago. Last year It is the purpose of the city of-

Sugar Office Building the offices at Prewitt. This flag now has twenty- make up a portion of this loss; How-|i Admiral J. F. Hottel, US CG ficials and of the committee to make

,. Tiiddle Field and many:: local stores four stars representing graduates of ever, he said that he felt as though I!,' made a report after a survey of the I the fullest possible use of the room

and offices during their stay here. Clewiston High School, and those there would be considerable curtail- canal that the work would cost approximately and to have it available both to the
,
,: Ensign Meyer gave aptitude tests,I who have left school and entered the ment of. state appropriations which I $360,000, and would Cadets on their free nights and to

a preliminary to enlistment to 'several -I services. Prof., Turk states that he. would reduce the amount to be raised permit the transportation of about townspeople when needed. The
:: interested girls and women, c considerably below the 3,000,000; barrels of petroleum pro- Cadets
knows this is not a complete number amount in requesting the three
ducts from Fort Myers to Stuart
i
who will forward their own applica- but the names are listed below lost. evenings during the week explainedthat
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tion papers to the Naval Recruiting I and if anyone knows of some young Indications are, said Mr. Stewart, each 24 hours. one-third of the Cadets at the

Station' in Miami. man whose name should be added, that the legislature this spring will Since the Eastern states are suffering Field would be permitted in townon

'. One local; girl, Miss Jessie Malloy, another star will be sewed to 'the I' get off to a good start, as many of from a scarcity of these pro- each of the three evenings, and

J.." ',, formerly employed in the Sugar Of- flag. The list ,follows: the committees have already met ducts due to transportation difficul- that all Cadets would have the week-
fice Building, enlisted in the ties the work should be completedthis
and outlined of ends free. They understand that on
A. D. Frith, Paul Slonaker, Paul programs legislationin
WAVES last week. Ensign Meyer summer in order that next win-
explained nights when local
Pullen, Charles Turner, Harold order to expedite' the work of the groups are using -
that the visit of the Cruiser ter will not find the seventeen
the room they will be notified
Ehney, Phelix Slonaker, Carol Red- legislators. He said that he felt that
this time was in the'nature of acquainting coastal states again suffering from that the room is in There will
important bills would use.
ish, Edwin Roath, Sam Lang, G. M. some be votedon
residents of the sections a scarcity of gasoline and oil for
Waters, Jr., Hager Lowe, John Be- before the session is ten days old. be but few occasions when conflict
visited with the opportunities offered transportation purposes and for fuel will
but
occur, the definite
Merril policy
thea
Lowe, Robert Patterson The speaker also gave examplesof
>n, in the WAVES and SPARS and oil.
was established so there would be no
that Jack: Moorman, Edwin Clark, some bills which are introducedand
no actual applications were being confusion.The .
Talmadge Burkett, Louis Leiter, explained how, quite often, leg- .
; received r
by' her during her visit.
Elbert and J. D. Hooker, Lawrence islation backfires on the legislator."No Kiwanis Benefit Show Community Center is the only

-' Gulhrie, Gus Cantrell, Jr., William important local legislation is in available place in town for either

Lieut. Ford, Jr., Receives Kemper, Ray and Howard Campbell. prospect" Mr. Stewart said, "so far To,Be Held WednesdayThe the Cadets or the townspeople, anda

as I know." The only other bill little co-operation will make it

: His Wings ,At Exercises Glades Youth Caught In which he knew of that had been an- moving picture of this year's possible for' the room to serve its
nounced for general legislation was
Orange Bowl game and pageant will double purpose easily.
Lieutenant G. M. Ford, Jr., of Attempt To Break Jail a bill to legalize bookmaking., be shown Wednesday evening'at the
Clewiston graduated yesterday informal Guests at the meeting included R.
Sugarland Park Auditorium as a Hendry Gets $23,446
exercises E. Douglas of Welch, W.
-'. at the Blytheville Va. Carol Kiwanis benefit for the under-
;
: : :, Army Air Field with a commissionas Leon Thompson, Lakeport youth, Creasy, P. D. Bratton and J. S. Dud- privileged child fund. ':
From FundsIrving
second lieutenant and a rating as who recently confessed to breakingand ley of Bluefield W. Va., and Cadets In addition to this full length Beverage

pilot of twin-engine bomber air entering ,several Clewlston John F. Potter and Allan Bruce. film which shows the pre-game pa- I
craft. homes and who was sent to Fort Mr. Dudley is the father of All-
I geant, the full football game be- Harris, Representative of the
' Young Ford who is 21 years 'of Myers jail because the jail at LaBellewas American Halfback Bill Dudley of tween Boston College and Alabamaand

age, graduated in 1939 from the crowded, was one, of a group of 1941 of the University of Virginianow the between halves drills, all in State Beverage Department, broughta

Clewiston High School and attended prisoners discovered by Lee County in training as an. air cadet at color several other interestingfilms report this week of the distributionof

college at The Citadel, historic military deputies Monday attempting to Gainesville. have been added to make a funds collected by the department -

institution at Charleston, South break jail.Thompson. full hour and a half of movie plea- plus the amount added by the
Carolina. He was accepted as a cadet -I and a draft dodger: Shari Land Breaks I
federal government for the fiscal
in the U. S. Army Air Forces on l I named Cox from Texas were the sure.There will be two showings, one I
last June 16. only ones named as participants in year ending June 30, 1942.
Leg On Wednesday beginning at eight o'clock and the I
Ford received his primary train- the planned escape but three others I second at 9:35. Admission will be The figures are taken from the

ing at an Army Air Field in Doug- were said ,to be involved. They had I fifty cents for adults and twenty- report of the State Welfare Board"and

las, Ga., his basic training at Gunter an array; of homemade tools with Shari Land six-year-old daughter five cents for children. the State Comptroller's report.

Field, Alabama, before being sent to II which they were attempting to break of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert A. Land, I For old age assistance the county
Blytheville for advanced training. down the bricks and plaster to loosen:: sustained a broken leg in a fall from PROMOTED TO CAPTAIN
I received aid to the
$14,874, for
He is expecting to receive a furlough the barred window of their cell including her bicycle while riding near her

which will be his first since enteringthe I spoon ,handles and pieces of 1 home Wednesday. I Frank D. Hessey of Jacksonville, blind $642.00 for aid to children

air corps, shortly after\ gradua- iron broken off the cell cots. They Shari received her bicycle as a I a brother of Mrs. Geo. T. Augur, 3947.00, for<< county schools $3-

tion. had used these tools to scrape away gift Christmas, and had learned to I former resident of Clewiston, who 983.26 or a total of 2344626.

Lieutenant Ford is the son of Mr. the mortar from between the brickr- ride well. Her accident Wednesdaywas has been on duty with the U. S. The highest figure in the state

and Mrs. G. M. Ford of Clewiston. After the plot was discovered the an occasion when she landed Army Air Force for some time has
His father, who has for many years prisoners were transferred to another unluckily from a fall such as 'children just been promoted to the rank of was for Duval County where $866

been associated with the U. S. Engineers cell where the walls are iron bars often have. She is doing nice- captain. He Is assigned to a com- 241.02 was received. and Dade was a

-! here, is now on assignment I and the floor and ceiling are iron ly, but will be Confined to her home mand School for Instructors at Randolph ,close second :with, $817,207.40.
in Jacksonville office. I I '
the plates. for several .
weeks.
Field, Texas.: Hillsborough had $699,997.24.The
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JACKSON GREGORY 41:11: / .

., ei) GREGORY W.N.U.RELEASE FL';'4 V Flavoring It Voice of ExperienceThe

Dentist-What kind of
THE STORY SO FAR: Ann Lee and the Judge's flow like a sharp knife of kin, takes the whole kit and ca-. you want in your tooth? filling do teacher took her pupils throughan ,

Cole Cody, beneficiaries under two Identical through butter, "our hearts were so boodle." Junior-Chocolate. art gallery. She explained that a certain I
Kills of Old Early Bill Cole, were much with you, our every thoughtso The Judge cleared his throat, but painter could change a smiling faceto
attempting to discover who fired the much bent upon your welfare, we Cole Cody cut in. He extracted one Shoe Clerk -- a frowning one with "a single strokeof
-I.have just the shoe the brush.
bullet which caused his death. Suspicion sat up all night! We did, didn't we, of the two wills, twice folded, from for I
centered around Rance Waldron, who, you, Madam. Size 3V, marked "So could my mother remarked-
his vest pocket and handed it to the :
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posing ai Old Bill's nephew, had taken Judge down from 7.That's. small boy.
up residence at the ranch. One night And, as seeking an answer not Judge, saying, --
Rance was trailed by Cole to a deserted from the Judge but elsewhere, his "Here, Judge, you take care of Serious '

cabin.: Meanwhile, back at the ranch, bright regard was directed to Aunt mine, will you? You'll know how to Friend (visiting patient-Say, Hard to Tell I'
Jenifer ransackinrRance' handle it. I suggested yesterdaythat
was
Aunt
Ann's Jenifer.
Fred, that's sure a swelllookingnurse Golfer-This is absolutely terri-
room when she heard Ann's footsteps "Now you look here, you, Judge you take safeguard of my in- you have. ble, I've never played so poorly
She sped back to room
outside. terests you're'retained
and Doc," spoke up Cal Roundtree ; suppose Fred-I hadn't noticed. before.
and locked the door only seconds before right now to do that for me? Is it
Rance knocked. Cole arrived In the nick good humoredly yet firmly, "you Friend-Great scot! I had no Caddy Oh, then, you have
'a ?
of time and with gun drawn ordered two step along with me to the kitchen go 'idea you were that sick. played before, mister?
"You're dead right, son, he said
Rance to his own room.' ; we're going to have a cup ,pf
heartily. "I'll take care of it for
Now continue wlth'the story. good strong, black coffee. Come "

ahead; we've got all day to talk in." you.The dreamy ecstasy fled from AnnLee's Slip Covers for an Unusual Chair ,

"Do know," spoke up Aunt II

CHAPTER XIV Jenifer,you beginning to sparkle, "I believe i came eyes into and a them.bright She determination jumpedup That You May Desire to Protect !

that I would like another cup
Cole Cody was first to awake the and ran into the house; not.a
I'll make big coffee pot
myself a
next morning. He slipped quietlyout full and we'll have flapjacksand word was spoken before she returned FIT COVER AROUND CHAIR it fits perfectly around arms and !
some
of bed, dressed and tiptoed, to bringing her own precious SUPPORTS,AND FASTEN other Supports and, if you makea
too! Kitten if you'll set ?
it pock- jam, document with her. WITH SNAPS- mistake in
his door, stepping through the table in, the dining room-" MAKE: SIDE OPENINGS the pattern just
eting the key and going straight to "Doc Joe," she said, and was for LONG ENOUGH TO j stitch a patch over it and start
Rance Waldron's room. He tried the "Yes, Aunt Jenny," said Ann Lee the moment like a pretty little girl- SLIP OVER WIDEST I over again. Before removing the

knob, found the door unlocked and quickly, and the two departed child, very trustful, innocent and irresistible PART OF_ BACK pattern from the chair, plan the

went in.Waldron. The Judge and Doc Joe, having "won't you keep this for openings so that they will lap ''

was gone and, obviously, spoken their few words about being me? And won't you see that I ly and be sure they are neat'I','I'

whether or not for good and all, did sorry to put the ladies to so much am not cheated out of my rights? enough. In the finished cover either -

not plan an immediate return, for trouble, turned,. together to Cole You know that Mr. Early Bill Cole bindings or facings may be i I

he had stripped the covers from both Cody and Cal. In a lowered voice wanted me to have everything that used for irregular edges. :

beds, his and Tom Gough's, ,carry- the Judge spoke. was his, don't you? You will protectme s I,

ing them with him. "Gents," he said solemnly, "yes- won't you, Doc Joe?" SNAP FRILL COVERS ARM LOVER NOTE-This chair is from Mrs. Spears' j i

Cody lifted his shoulders in a high terday we won a couple of bets from "Miss Ann Lee," he said sternly, ASTENER CARVING Sewing Book 3. which also contains direc ,

The chances were that Wal- "'the dead and gone old reprobatethat "I do know that old Early Bill want- TAPE tions for smart new curtains: and numer.
shrug. ed to have everything that he ous things to make from odds and ends, !pas
at folks called Early Bill. We had you
dron had to join Tom Gough well
gone THIS cover was a twofold con- as new materials. To get copy of
the abandoned cabin where they had has willed to you here. I witnessedhis measure in the most Book 3 send name and address with 15
and could be found signature; I1!! talked alone with cents In coins to:
been last night, literal sense. Its purpose was
him a spell; he gave you the ranch
when and if wanted.
not to
cover shabby upholsterybut
and a lot of other truck, and by the MHS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
Well the first thing breakfast.He .
was to protect handsome damask
to Bedford Hills /
going
jumping jimminy you're New York
hadn't beyond the stageof from everyday and tear
gotten have it!" wear Drawer 10
when Jenifer Ed- in household where there
bacon-slicing a were
The Judge spoke to Cole Cody, Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 3.
in "spick and span"in children. The substantial
wards came the while returning Doc Joe's glare. striped

a new blue dress. She gave him a "There is one other matter whichwe cotton material chosen harmonizes Name................................

smile that had warmed many a merely touched on yesterday," perfectly with the rather elegant Address .............................
hima
heart in her day, and presented said the "that might lines of the chair frame.If .
Judge, we as
bright nod along with her "Good well nail down right now. No mat. you have an especially diffi-

morning, Cole Cody!" and then add- ter which way the cat jumped you cult chair to cover, you will save

ed cheerily, "men are good for some two young folks, no matter what time by fitting a muslin pat-

things, the Lord knows what mostly, happens to these two wills, have a tern first. Then you can snip untilUSEHOLD

although of course they come in ; :vf7J'ti lot of cash money in the bank, and PLANT FERRY'SVEGETABLE
dames in t
at yelping
rescuing
handy F
it's in my bank, and it's deposited
distress, but I'll be darned if I'll "
there subject to your orders.
have. any man tinkering with my He reached into his pocket and
SUCCESSESFOR
stove. Scat until breakfast is
drew out a small check book and IHr

ready. tossed it into Cole Cody's hands. A BETTER GARDEN
armfuls of .
He had brought ample
Those listening to him, all but Doc
wood from the woodpile, breakfastwas Joe, watched and waited for the

ready, piping hot and fragrant other check book. It : This is the yeartoknowtheseeds
appeared there Rub over the inside of a cushion
with the aroma of coffee floating far wasn'tany.So with hard soap before you fill, it.
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and wide, when little' Ann Lee put. in the end Doc Joe explained. Then the points of the feathers will .f you plantit'snotimeforguessing.

in her appearance! "Miss Ann Lee," he said, and not come through. .

They sat at the kitchen table with sounded apologetic, "this whore set- CAn Ferry's Seeds
its red oilcloth. Aunt Jenifer haveprovedtheirability
bright up is a mess. The money is therein occasional application of oil C.
remarked in an off-hand sort of way, bank if to make
the the Judge hasn't stoleit.
See
Ferry'sSeed
will keep leather in chairs and your inch of
"I miss other boarder Mr. thousand dealer NOW every garden -
our Fifty maybe, maybea suitcases from cracking.
Rance Waldron. What news of him hundred thousand for a complete space count
or a whale of a CIt rneofhighquatin
Mr. Cody?" lot Fact is ity garden top yield and
more. I'm no banker if vegetable -
will shoes
help keep your varieties.' fine flavor.
"I won't told her and the Judge here claims to
answer, Cody be, you put them on shoe trees or stuff

looking stern, "as long as you stickto and for some fool reason, Early Bill the toes with paper when they are FERRY'S SEEDS

that_business of Mistering me. trusted him. But here's the joker,
not being worn. Always wipe them
That's flat." -- like there is in every brand new dry of moisture and dirt after ex I Ferry-Mono Seed Co. Detroit Son Francisco

"I apologize, Bill Cole Cody," she ,She crumpled the check and threwit deck: The account is in the joint posure.

told him. "What I meant to ask, at him.a names of you and this here Cody.In *

Cole, is whether you by any chance short, if either of you wants to Here's a hint for, the workshop:
drink or two, as perhaps you may draw cent thousand
happen to know anything of the a or a dollarsor
In filing first smoke the teeth
a saw,
whereabouts of Mr. Rance Wal- have guessed without being told., to anything, you both got to sign with candle. This will
a lighted
dron?" the: aforementioned old hound. We the same check! That was so or- WANTED
make it to see the fresh filing
'i have done more; we have, outsidein dered by the late Mr. William Cole easy
"Gone said Cole Cody. ,
and to hold the file at the right
"I'm not surprised that he's my top buggy, a full jug. It is known by some as Early Bill, by angle for the job. Sorghum Syrup
merely my suggestion that, while others as Old King Cole himself.
said Aunt Jenifer
gone, "but I'll CChildren's
those two ladies (OR SORGHUM MOLASSES)
lovely are
prepar- You two have just simply got to
be mighty surprised if he doesn'tshow Shoes should be plen-
ing us a morning drink, "
very proper get together.
up again. He is dead set on large when bought-but not Write telling us how
ty ,
we steal a march on them and step Of course Cole Cody and Ann Lee
getting this ranch and all that goes out to where the jug is." had to look at each other then, and large enough to slip around and much you have to sell
with it, and I've notion that'll be a
rub the feet. When too
they get
pile of cash money." "It's a great little idea, Judge," of course that taunting, gleeful grinof and price. Write to.

After breakfast Cal said Cole Cody, and you would have Cody's came flashing backandlittle small they should be passed on to day. A postcard will do.
Cody brought
I some one else, if they are not worn
thought that he meant it. "First, Ann flushed up and bit her lip.
Roundtree to the house and the
up out, for wearing too-small shoes
four of them discussed the situation though, we want to tell you something "I am going to draw out a thou serious BOX 237, PITTSBURGH, PA. ,
when child
and ask your advice. Rance sand dollars ,today! A whole thou- a may cause
brought about by the departure of
life.
all later
foot trouble
Waldron."I. Waldron sneaked out last night-" sand! Oh, Aunt Jenny, think of the through I

was wrong and you was right "Who cares about Rance Waldronor things we are going to do! We can i

last night, Cody. We'd ought to anyone like him? The thing is-" spend a thousand dollars, every day, I

have hung the two of them right "And," said Cody sharply, "last if we want to! Mr. Cody, I haven'tthe
slightest doubt will be
then and there. Later, you're go- night he took a hand-ax and tried'to wantingsome

ing to see, there'll be hell a-pop- break down thedoor to the rooms money! So he will" sign with -

ping, if the ladies will excuse the where your two lovely ladies had me; that's clear" enough. tetea\S

:swear words," said Cal reflectively."You locked ,themselves in." "Why, now! exclaimed Cody, and I
sounded friendly and hearty. "It'san
were the one who wantedto "What!" f I I1tAt
idea! As a matter of fact I coulddo
hang them, sooner or later," After that there was no further with a little money myself. Here; !
Cody reminded him. "Even yet I mention, just as there was no "
I'll write the check right now, and r
think we were right in keeping handsoff thought, of the j jug in the buggy. we'll give it to the Judge to cash sate

until we could dig up some sort The two old porchsitters had to and split twoways for us. Where'spen :

of evidence." be told in detail all that had hap- and ink?"

"Maybe so," agreed Cal somewhat ,pened: Of Tom Gough's hiding in "I'll show you," said Aunt Jenifer,
morosely. Then he brightened. the house-both of them knew Tom (
and Cody followed her into the house. .
"That greaser friend of yours, Por- Gough-of his departure attended by They were not long gone. V4ott :

firio, is like a bloodhound; he's got Waldron, of all the rest of it. Cody had written and signed the

his teeth, so to speak, in the idea And Aunt Jenifer's voice called !
check; he handed .it with the pen
that it's quite a job for a man to from the dining room: and ink bottle to Ann for her signature V'A0it4 i tl
make,, a hat disappear in a hurry. z i
"Hot coffee! Come and get it!" below his.

Joe Later and on the that Judge same drove forenoon out to, Doc the They all had coffee together, Aunt She started to sign, then stiffenedher "Ie\ A
small figure, and her lips were fOOOS
ranch in the Judge's top buggy. Jenifer, gentle but firm and pleas- and her .-f\.7 f"ui
compressed eyes blazing.He .
antly vivacious, seeing to it that
Arrived at the ranch house they in ,
had written the
amount
:
both the old had three
made a brave noise of pounding at boys cups, Dollars."I I
and then they adjourned to the patio. Twenty ,
the front door; without waiting for said a thousand!" she said.

anyone to answer, they opened it "It's so lovely here!" Ann Lee "Shucks," said the good humored i

and came with a sort of martial said in a small, hushed voice aftera Bill Cole Cody. "Twenty bucks is

stride into the living room where the deep breath. a lot of money. You take ten, I I

conference was still in session; as Cal Roundtree, head down while take ten-and there you are." I I

one man they swept off their broad- rolling a cigarette, muttered: She crumpled the check and threwit

brimmed, ragged old Stetsons. "It's going to be hell-and-all if that at him."When .

"We come to greet you at this dirty devil Rance Waldron gobblesit sometime you want to LfiD

early, pearly hour," said the Judge up." He raised his head to stare draw out some money, Mr. Cody,"

sonorously, "because we have been narrowly at the Judge. "How aboutit she told him, "say a considerable

thinking of you, talking of you, pon- Judge? You ought to know, beinga amount, for some emergency, may- '- (

dering the problem of the two wills lawyer and a banker, too. Old be-Why, just come to me for my ttivr. #:: :< d'

drawn up by .that"-old scion of sin, Early Bill had to have himself his signature, won't you?" I Kellogg's to Corn WHOLE Flakes/GRAIN are NUTRITIVE restored J

Early Bill Cole." fun, but what I hear about his two Right there the patio conference VALUES of Thiamin,

"In fact, ladies and-'gents," put wills makes me think they kill each broke I (Vitamin 61),Niacin, and Iron."I C"' 'a

-in"Doc Joe, his words slicing into other, and Waldron, being nearest up.TO BE CONTINUED) : .







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!I Solomon Islands Lost THE CHEERFUL CHERUB
OUR COMIC SECTION I
Nearly Two Centuries! I .

I \pints my f.vo it.

With the Solomon Islands, 500 kind of tre.e-

miles east of New Guinea, now 7 PETERB.
;: prominent in the news, it is hard It tells its secrets

1. to believe that after their discov- fc.ll to me.
ery in 1567 this archipelago, which -
includes 10 large islands and hun- PEEVE And though in .storms

dreds of smaller ones, totalling .. .-
17,000 square miles and stretchingfor OO it SV' ..ya.nd tends

900 miles, was. completely lost It sings t. .5 oog (
for 200 years. Later navigators r 4
looked for them in vain. They be- tk .t never y q

came a joke among sailors, and- a ( ends.

incredible though it may seem-:
they were struck off the map! Ict"Hf!

Not until 1767 were they. rediscovered o

by Captain Carteret, an

Englishman, who came upon them

Y"' by accident. WNU Features.



Pull the Trigger on (WNU Service) OROLILiE7ii


PETROLEUM JELLY CUTS
Constipation, with v 1r


Ease for Stomach, too High Aim

Always do the very best you can.
When constipation brings on discom- -Abraham Lincoln.
fort after meals, stomach upset,bloating,
dizzy spells, gas, coated tongue, and bad
breath,your stomach is probably"cryingthe
blues" because your bowels don't :
i move; It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull : : IF THROAT
the trigger on those lazy bowels, com- <, .
..., bined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect ease >
., ...; to your stomach in taking. For years,
many Doctors have given pepsin preparations ./1 IS SORE
o:.., in their prescriptions to make !-:;:
t. medicine more agreeable to a touchy
'.' stomach. So be sure your laxative contains s: ", IF A COLD has given youa
:.,-, Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Caldwell's miserable sore throat,
:.,:' Laxative Senna combined with here's how to relieve the -
Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully the ... suffering. ''
", Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and JiLL11" "
muscles in your intestines to bring wel- tCr DO THIS NOW-Melt a small lumpof
'.'., come relief from constipation. And the VapoRub on your tongue and
.:., good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxative feel the comforting medication
,, so comfortable and easy on your slowly trickle down your throat-
children love the
Even finicky
:'-.- stomach.
bathing the irritated membranes
.: taste of this pleasant family laxative.
Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative Senna com- -bringing blessed relief where you
.,' bined with Syrup Pepsin, as directed on want it, when you want it.
feel TO BE PERFECTLY WHAT'S THE, TECHNICALTERM
: label or as your doctor advises, and DO THIS TONIGHT- Rub throat,
: world's better.tgenuine Dr.Caldwell's p PLAIN ALL YOL/R C FOR THAT; chest with VapoRub. Its long con-

SUFFERING SItZ. tinued poultice-and-vapor action
'
cf loosens phlegm, relieves irritation.

: 7IJujS ? FROM DARNEDLAZINESS IS eases ing, coughVlp.uS
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:. s: restful
.
\ I aches and pains af o
h1-
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1 NEURITIS-LUMBAGO e Cheated One
.. He is not cheated who knows

that he, is being cheated.-Coke.

P
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I" GET
AFTER RHEUMATIC PAIN
!:
With I Medicine that will Prove Itself
[' Large Bottleb! .'nutJ'1Small) Size 60I tReleased by The Bell Sylialceie'! *finej If you suffer from rheumatic painor
I :(. n III ODD DRUG STORES BY MAil II nciipt!prlei muscular aches,buy C-2223 today
I .:r." MCNEIL DRUG co.,inc. for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1.
;, 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville, Florida directed. First
: Caution: Use only as
I i.ti: IVE GOT TO TELL bottle purchase price refunded by

THE SERGEANT druggist if not satisfied.'Get C-2223.
:r J
::: Keep the Trouble

:' Borrow trouble for yourself, if
ADD YOUR BIT!
: that's your nature, but don't lend

it to your neighbors.-Kipling.

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relieves pain and Itching. Second, in iron rubber,
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dried parts-helps prevent cracking and I rags and waste fats to producethat
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r ( O TABLETS (with added Iron) have
666, helped thousands to relieve periodic -
TABLETS, pain, backache, headache with
1i 666 SALVE D weak, nervous, cranky, blue feel-
& : NOSE DROPS i Ings-due to functional monthly
COUGH DROPS. disturbances.
-Y Taken regularly-Plnkham's,Tab
Try "Rut-My-TUm" Wonderful Liniment ,
. '. lets help build up resistance against
> such Also,
annoying symptoms.
,.: .. 'S their Iron makes them a fine hema
v tic tonic to build red blood.Pinkham's .
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Tablets are made especially -
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FUEL / Yr'y'
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Q Don't Neglect Them

Nature designed the kidneys to do a
marvelous job.Their task Is to keep the
flowing blood stream free of an excess of
WNU Features. 141,.?dn.1iWt toxic impurities. The act of Uving-lift
itdJ-is constantly producing wast
matter the kidneys must remove from
VITAL ELEMENTS TO HELP BUILD
the blood if good heath Is to endure.
fail to function a.
When the kidneys
RESISTANCE TO COLDS. PAST TENSE Least He Could Do STILL HAS ITWileThat Nature intended, there la retention of
dia-
waste that may cause body-wide
Good-tasting Scottfc Emulsion con- Grace married George, a fine young tresa. One may suffer nagging backache,
attacks of dizziness,
tains the natural A and D Vitamins man ,: getting persistent up headache nights, swelling, puffiness
often needed to help build stamina At keeping house 'they'd just began under the eyes-feel tired, nervous all

and resistance I 'Helps build strong When Grace went home to ma and worn Frequent out. ,scanty or burning passages
bones! sound teeth too! Mothers said: 'I are sometimes further evidence of kid-
give Scott's Emulsion daily. ney or bladder disturbance.The .
"I'm sorry, ma, I ever wed." I va recognized and proper treatment
diuretic i medicine to help the kidney*
:' >Recommended by Many DoctorsEMULSION Is a i
"
,
body waste.
. get rid of excess poisonous
, When pressed to tell the reason why Use Doan's Pill They have had more
of public approval. Art
than forty
'! a e She answered with a little sigh- endorsed the years country over. Insist. onDoan'
wed they take child doesn't get her ,. Sold at all drug stores.I .
"When girls get a-

"You don't think I look thirty, chance; temper from me.
can't mend his Husband-No, there's none of
dear? Why, George even
"Not now, darling. You used to." pants." yours missing.


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THFJ CLEWISTON NEWS" .. FRIDAY MARCH '
20
1 AGE FOtJlV ..__m _,. __ 1943

I I when he left the U. S., or anything tions' in Florida, some have visited : :3: gallons through July 21. "
The Clewiston concerning the trip over. But h.I, the Sugar House at Clewiston and
said they are being well taken care they are interested in my paper too. Shoes

every of. The food is grand and he is get- Frenchy: is doing a magnificent job Stamp 17 (in sugar book) good..
Published Florida by. the Fri CLEWISTON ay In ting fat 'The weather is about the of letter-writing, her letters and for one pair until June 15..
Inc. same as we are having. Like all those from friends in Clewiston are -
other soldiers he; is finding that looked for each day. I have had the Fuel Oil ,
KEATHLEV BOWDEX, country something new and opportunity of visiting many placesof
ent. The last I saw of him dirrer-I' interest on this island and the na- Coupon 4-Through April (6":

second class mail ; back in 1942-in November, so tives are eager to explain theirI Coupon 5 Valid March 7 to Sep-
Entered as tember 30.
February 1, 1927 at the Pest I I didn't get to see our boy. I ami I I origin., A trip last' week out to the v
Clewiston, Florida, under the certainly sorry for this. I want to! pineapple fields was a very. Interesting -
March 3, 1897.Sublcrlptlon Fruits and
Vegetables
give his new address ,so he can continue -]|I one. I
receiving the Clewiston News.I I --- Canned, frozen, dried products being -
Hate $2.00 Ir Like all the other boys in the ser-i sold on "point" coupons of ration ,
I William I '
H. Roland
transferred
Advertising Rntcw On vice he looks forward to that as' a few weeks was from book No. 2. Blue A, B and C cou, I
ago Lowry
home. And pons valid during March.. Numberof
much as a letter from
I Field, Denver, Colorado to : I
I want to express his appreciation, ; points per person for April remains -.
and Texas. He is Byote'l
Devoted to the advancement studying 48.Point .
Clewiston and Hendry as well as my own, for the kindness I chanics and -
fare of writes that he is
)I IfA Who values of dried and dehydrated
of that very patriotic person I working hard. I
; made it possible for each of the boys! prunes and raisins, and of aU-
to continue getting the home town' edible dry beans, peas and lentils,
E."\ f3 E R c::: ; I paper. I wish you would publish his I' RATIONING have. been reduced. Check with.
".
FLORinvPRESS ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION! \ I' address so his friends can write to CALENDARSugar grocery store. Dates and figs, not I
1941 him.-We'd like to publish his ad.I hermetically"sealed are removed.
dress, too, Beth, but the newspaper I -- from list of goods being rationed. I

I code of censorship says NO. We'll .
be happy to give his address to any- Stamp 12 good for five pounds Meats, Fats, Oils, Cheese,. Fish I

(..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. one wishing it though. That goes March 16 through :May 31. Rationing of all types of pork,. I
for all the boys. We are requestednot Coffee beef, lamb and mutton, and butter,_
I, to print any military addresses Stamp ''26 (in sugar book) good for lard, other edible fats and oils,.
Too Late To : outside the United States, on naval one pound through Apr'l '25, five cheese and canned fish begins March
vessels, at points of embarkation.We weeks. 29 under "point system" on red.
By RUSSELL KAY do have the addresses of most of coupons in No. 2 Ration Book. Butter .

the Clewiston boys, we hope, and we Gasoline ,,lard, margarine and cooking fats
. .. .. .. ... . .1 are always glad to give them to any- A coupon 5 valid March 22, value s frozen March 22 to March 29.
.
.M.N.N.N.MN. .N N.N IAN M N M N :NIN NNN/N I
--- one interested. t .,
( ---
About a ;year ago when first ; Bestor ,writes this week -:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:NN! :N:N:N:N:?:N:N:N:-:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N:.:N:N.N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N: :..:N:.. I
strictions were being placed on George ): :c:
and it became evident that changing his address from Camp
"tourist business" was out for ) Blanding to Camp Sibert, Alabama. I- CLEWISTON :t t.I

duration, I advanced the I This is a new camp, located near
in this column that Florida had Gadsden, and its men are trained in
as much to sell as ever in the chemical warfare. George says "I .I I GOLF COURSE *iS

of sunshine, health, pleasure wish you would express my deepest
appreciation to theN un-named benefactor .
recreation, but she'd have to
her appeal and go after an who so thoughtfully subscribed .i. ):
of customer. to the News for all of us in the 3. +'. i
new type I .t' .t' I
About the same time J. T. service. It is really a grand ges- 'Y I
Campen of the Florida East ture and I know that all of us ap- .. J ..to-._

Railway coined a new phrase preciate it." :;;:; Do you get a thrill out of sinking a 12- 'i= i

the situation, which was so I I
ate I called attention to it and Sam L. Lang has been transferred *i or 16-foot putt? :!::
its statewide adoption in the from Fort :McClellan to Fort .,
the timeworn talk of a "Florida Hamilton, New York. He writes .
cation.-That two-word giving his new address and says it Y h.s..

piece was "CIVILIAN is good to get news from the home.. THE GREENS. ARE ALMOST LIKE :f'
I pointed out that men, like town.
I
chines, wear out and that the I I :,: I
:: A TABLE TOP :=;
out war effort meant millions of ,
Art Lawrence is evidently goingto Y .-
and women working at top speed I sell us all on the Hawaiian Is- Y's' ..

three shifts, Sundays and lands, if. he is given enough time. Hewrites '' ,'
included.-They could stand it .1 again: "I have, just received I I :_:. Cadets and enlisted personnel from :t F:

so long and then they would the copy of the Clewiston News tell- ..
seek rest and recreation, I ing of a friend sending the News to Riddle Field are invited to play._ No charge :s -
a change of scene and climate 1 each one in the service. I wish to *i* *j-

recuperate their lost energy thank this friend and to express my ; for fees. s
:| green i
enable them..to carry qtl.; 'I appreciation for his fine spirit. He -. :::
In the mad scramble for evidently has been in service and t ?
developments, Army and Navy jobs'I I[ realizes how, much home town news ? fc
camps and posts, most I I means to the boys.. I take my copiesto ::|;j.: E. E.. LEONARD, Pro. "\ :. i,

failed to recognize the even' Merrel Lowe, and we enjoy them :;: t
:;:
opportunity represented by together. My copy gets here a few I! ; : '
. ability to serve as the Nation's days before his does. I see him at t
vilian Furlough Land.
I least once a week and we generallygo Y
My thought at the time was I. sight seeing in Honolulu or go
if Florida would advertise out to Waikiki Beach. He is now YEARLY MEMBERSHIP

a new light, with a new appeal, stationed a few miles from Pearl

thousands money in their of factory jeans,workers would :: Harbor. DAILY GREEN FEES j ; I
:
Several of the fellows here in the
at the idea of a bit of- rest and I
reation in the "Land of ) postoffice have spent winter vaca- 1:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:,.:..:..:..:..:,.:-:..:..:..:..:..:..: :-:..:.,:..:-:...:..:-:..:,.:..::-:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:-:..:.. I
i 1 L
The idea that any employer ..
-
go so far as to SEND his '

here and would establish a .'

just for that purpose was too THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .r .
tastic to imagine. I was : '
;:.'f-1-. 1 '.
going :
the
on assumption that 4
<
Magillacuddy, master riveter, .v : ;< ;

Mamie Walicki, stock-room, girl, :
people just like Reginald id.IfIi': !

Vanbilt or the Countess Olga '\'J; ,
de Oister, and that a trip to .
ida would appeal to them just '
did to the '"carriage trade." ..

only thing that had kept them : : '
fa' -
1
to in get the here.past had been their : ii{ ; 1

Now it turns out a couple of I

thinkin' war plant officials in .. .
: .
land named Bill Jack'and .. ';
I
Heintz take my little train r ...:

thought and run with it, while I -'.:. ". ,
still playin' around on a ," ..
It seems that these two boys .'
;.:; ,
gone about the business of --- -.
J < '
a war production plant the same ':"
Olsen and Johnson tackled the rl :
lem of creating a show. What ::1j"F ., ,
zapoppin" did to the show 1tkF U : >'. ,

try.Jack & Heintz have done to i ,, > ;

..'
Instead of wqrkjn' themselves I t '

to a froth about machinery, .' ,
ly lines, red tape, routines, ,
tions and efficiency expediting, ,I "
.
.
two dumb clucks put their heads --- ', .I ': ":

gether REAL problem and concentrated in on the II \ ;(\
the whole I : '
tion question-PEOPLE. Yes I ) .: \;(,< :: ,,\

just plain, ordinary, every-day "'" .... .. ," .., .... .
of-the-mill Tom, Dick -- .. '
and *'! can't think of anything else you'll needi seventy-two times in the last ninety years "
They started in ;
backward
] times in :r' '. .
,
I It has been adopted forty-seven
ing to all the rules of industry. for your Victory garden, Judge you've ',i
years industrialists had got pretty nearly everything." given
1 :.
their attention to the plant, the > "I think so, too, John. Ever get your everywhere except in three states. Same f ': \
chinery, the management. asparagus patch going?" ;"':'. thing was tried in eight provinces. -- ::.

were the last thing they J f "I gave that up last year, Judge. Tried it t Canada and in Norway Sweden, Finland -, .: : .;;:.:'::

about. \ six years in a row with no luck. Just haven't and Russia but it was admitted failure ..'.. '"
But Jack & Heintzput a deuce \ got the right soil I guess?" -i it and universally abandoned. .... .
a two together and figured out *''Well I think you're wise, 'IJoOO. no ; "The reason is prohibition does not' ( \ ,

all the plants in the world and I [use keeping trying things you know won't prohibit. All you get' is bootleg liquor instead I '

the ed the machinery FIRST in 'em never {I:work. Just like prohibition. State-wide prohibition -. .1 of legal liquor,plus no end of crime f' .;..;--:
"
of
any kind of and
has been tried in this country corruption.:
t J. -
duct-they were just so much rx "
and mortar, iron and steel, until L .. --.i '
turned 'em over to PEOPLE. 1/ Cenfrrtw ef AluM Bnnot sJedwhlw,1' '
When PEOPLE liked their s .





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THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE
FRIDAY MARCH 2 ,


I -GARDEN CLUB MEETINGThe I pledges for the coming year shoulddo In Moore Haven, Clewiston. 28, -

'I -- so at once. Mail your pledge tb Moore Haven 26. Opportunity:

Garden ,Club met yesterday Mrs. Joseph Robbins or bring It to In Clewiston, Clewiston 35, Belle

,j: r ''PersonalsBob :ii] 1 afternoon at the Community Center I the services Sunday. Glade 24. Knocks 1

: and heard an excellent talk on Choir practice at 7:30 Thursday In Clewiston, Clewiston" 35, South.

Azaleas by Mrs G. B. Rackslraw. II evening. Let's have a good attend- Bay 22. '

4>. I Mrs' W. H. Lanier, president, pre- ance., In Clewiston, Clewiston 33, South

Ahern spent Sunday in Sara-, sided at the business session, during i j The session will meet Monday Bay 31.
!I which it was reported that the Sugar, evening at 8:00 in the church for In Belle Glade, Clewiston 31, Belle

," I eota. Corporation had agreed to assist the j the reception of new members.I Glade 28. -'

... ''k' '- Mrs. D, G. Alston was a week-end: club in its sponsorship of a canning I Ladies' Aid meets at the Community The Clewiston- team is' composedof

visitor in Miami. I I project. The company plans to build I' Building Thursday afternoon the following six players: Martin READ the ADS

-- some pressure cookers for the proj-, at 3:30. New officers will be in- Waldron, Richard Pape, Philip Mc- 6I
,
: Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Rogers spent i ect's use and will try to find a loca-I stalled. All ladies ,of the community -,. Leod, Oliver Jack and Junior Mar-
tion for the group to work. Further are welcome. Hostesses are: ;I tinez. I
the week-eml: in West Palm Breach.! ;
----- i details will be worked out and, an-I Mesdames Brown, Vann' and L.ott. i iI Games with local teams are plan- I

Miss Lillian Leitner spent the) nouncement made later. I I ned in the near future I I j. m. COUSECoun
' I Mrs, 1;'. Deane Duff suggested that: FIRST BAPTIST .CHURCH ,
" week-end at her_ home in Okee-I
the club make a donation to the Red i H. O. Meador, Pastor 'elor and Attorney at f.n\

" chobee. i Cross War Fund and five dollars I School Gets Number Hopkins Building. I,

, was voted for this purpose. I M.-Sunday ..
Mrs. Ruth Wilcox spent several 9:45 A. School.! I II Wednesdays and Saturdays
Of New Movie FilmsFour
Mrs. Lanier appointed Mrs. C. M. 11:00 A. M.-Moining Worship.
i days this week in Jacksonville R. Hall and Mrs. R.I 0:30 to 4:00'
business. Pirkle, Mrs. H. 7:15 P. M.-Training Union. I
C. Wilson as members of a nominating 8:30 P. M.":""" Evening Worship.
committee to at the next I UNION interesting films were add-
'! erport SPECIAL TRAINING
; E. M. Cornette and Roy Alston at- ed to the school movie library for
meeting Sunday afternoon
tended a meeting of South Florida I business meeting visual education this week, three of
Plans for the next Garden Club 6:15. All officers and leaders, .
'_ Ford dealers in Tampa "Wednesday.1 at which were sent by the U. S. Navy DRESSMAKING: ALTERING, I
include showing of moving Make
j meeting are urged to be present. a'
-- I Recruiting Station. These were :
... Mrs Maston O'Neal and son, Mas-, pictures of various Clewiston gar-I special effort to be present. "Eyes of the Navy," "American Sea BUTTONHOLE MAKING
dens by Dr. J. W. Ezelle. After- CHANGE for the evening
; ton, III, have returned to Clewiston' TIME Power" and "Repair, Supply, Relief." Mrs. Inez PopelIillcl'est
club will visit the
wards the gardensof I become effective this
-,' from Miami. services sun-I' The fourth film is the "Florida
Mrs Leah L. Spiver..
at
I day. Training Union begins
Fair of 1938." Near Passenger Depot \
Hostesses for yesterday's meetingwere and Evening Services 1
and Mrs. Keathley Bowden, instead of 6:15 "
:Kay: Mr.and Paul Bowden and C. J. Lovj -' Mrs. C. M. Pirkle, Mrs W. W. begin at 8:30 instead of 7:30.: I On Tuesday of this week Seniorsof I (next door to Bill Allen's)

j Sunday in Okeechobee. I Perry and Mrs.. R., C. Wilson. Please note the change and tell your' the school were given the state
vorn spent
Twenty: !our members attended. friends. tests of the University of Florida.\ ...
These tests which included English,
the
Mrs. M. S. Wright is spending a } REVIVAL Sunday begins
;' : couple of weeks visiting her mother, CO-PILOTS HAVE MEETINGThe i special revival services in our church. social studies, natural sciences, Johnson's Fish Camp
mathematics achievement
psychological -
j state evangelist, will do the ;
Mrs. I. L. Fitzhugh, in Homestead. our new
: ..,' ) Co-Pilots met Wednesday afternoon -I| Rev. P.. R. Wimberly of Jacksonville, tests and Spanish took the en- (Near Hurricane Gate) ;

Earl Mooneyhan, of Clearwater at the Instructors Clubhouse preaching." Morning' services 10 A. tire day. Clewiston, Fla. f
f
A spent the week-end visiting lriendsii '! on the Ridge. The meeting was I M. Evening services 8; 30 P. M. I Boats and Motors-Guide Service

Clewiston. Earl is employed ati largely, a social one, but plans were i Seventy-Two Students Rates Reasonable,

: Drew Field, TampaT I I completed for the barn dance' to be BAPTIST CIRCLE MEEETIXGS W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
I held this Saturday night. Pass First Aid Course

Mrs. Eddye Currie and daughter, Bingo was played during, the aft- The Lottie Moon Circle of the "- I- .
ernoon and prizes won by Mrs, Ken at the home of Mrs. .
: Lovvorn, left Wednesday for Wee- W. M. S. met
.. wahitchka to visit Mr. _,and Mrs. T. Woodward, Mrs. H, D. Brazzell, Mrs. Ben Bolton Tuesday afetrnoon. Mrs. The first aid classes at Clewiston I II

i M. Texton for a few weeks. J. K. Keine and Mrs. Willard F. Jack Himrod, circle chairman, led I school were ended on Tuesday of this I Florist Agency

King. the devotional, 'which was followedby week and a report this morning

,: Mrs. J. E. Beardsley accompanied Hostesses were Mrs. H. P. Hardin, a program on mission work off I showed that of the ninety-six students Flowers delivered, here at no

;' Mr. and Mrs.-J. M. Couse of Moore Mrs. N. C. Ellis and Mrs. H. B. the Baptists among the Italians, Indians -I taking the course seventytwowere I extra cost. Other towns, any- ,

., Haven on an overnight business trip Cushman. f and the boys in Army camps. passed and only twenty-four where in U. S. add only cost ol

to Miami Tuesday and Wednesday. u These parts were given by Mrs. failed. telegram, ranging from 20 to ],

BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIES Waters, who was in charge of the The failures, Principal R. W.I 55 cents.
;
: J. V. Francis, who was recently I program, Mrs. 'Boltonl/ and Mrs. Leon Turk pointed out, were due largelyto MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN
; "' ,:, transferred by the U. S. Engineers Mrs. J. E: Beardsley was hostessto Bembry.A poor attendance and prevailing Western Union Office I
members of her bridge club Wednesday I
arrived session held.
to the Jacksonville office,- short business was sickness. Day Phone 82 Night 2791
Sunday for a visit at his home, here. J I afternoon, the meeting being Refreshments were served to Mrs. Only students of junior and sen-

... .I i I I' held in the Beardsley offices. High Himrod, Mrs. Bob Marshall, ,Mrs. H. ior high school took the,course, there
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leonard score was made by Mrs. Beardsley C. Meador, Mrs. C. S. Waters, Mrs. being four courses in Junior work -4>

epent the week-end in Lakeland. I I and second by Mrs. W. C. Owen. Fred Dunaway andMrs.. Leon Bem- and one in Standard. Instructorswere

) :Mrs. R. R. Hooks accompanied 'them Refreshments were served at the "bry. Mrs. Meador read a letter from Mrs. Stanley McCorkle, Miss
HOUSESof
RENTAL I
: f J and went on to Tampa to visit her I I close; of play to Mrs. F. E. Conkling,I one of: the'missionaries to Chile dur- Mary Neeley, Mrs. Jack Baker, Mrs.
Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. Otto Larsen, social hour. Mrs. Viola, Stone's Estate are i
: mother. ing the John N. Montgomery, Mrs., B. J.
I Mrs R. C. Wilson, Mrs.' N. V. S. 'Bjornsen and Principal Turk. in 'charge of Mrs. Jewel Hooker. '

-kw Mr. and Mrs. A. E. 'Burke' are par Mumford, 1\ rs. H. A. Bestor and Mrs.! The Amanda: Tinkle Circle met,at Two now vacant.

ents of a baby daughter, who arrived -i J. W. Francis, _" tt the home of Mrs. A.T H. Vann with 5 SEE MRS. HOOKER

:' at the local hospital Sunday. The I Mrs. Arch Hodges, chairman, in Try a want ad in the News and I I concerning, them.

baby has been named Annette Eliza JEXXIXGS EZELLE CELEBRATES I charge. Mrs. C. R. Krueger was .
will get results-others 'nave.I I
lY t:',:':: beth.. I. SECOXD BIRTHDAY THURSDAY I elected chairman of the circle. Mis.. you ./


Mrs. Robert-Scott Inglis and Mr.I Jennings Ezelle celebrated his I Vann the program led the was devotional given by service Mrs. C.and P..']I .:...:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:. :..: :..;...: ; : :...::.; ::.. : ;.. ::.; : ;... : : ;..:
and Mrs.' W. S. Pearce of Evanston, second birthday with a party given Krueger, Mrs. O. A. Clarke and Mrs. .

Illinois, who are spending the win- by his mother, Mrs.' J. W., Ezelle, Hodges. :

ter in. Lake Wales, were week-end Thursday afternoon. A large: number Mrs. Vann served light! refresh-I 1 NOTICE !

&I/ visitors in Clewiston. I of mothers and children were'in- ments to Mrs C. R. Krueger, 1\11"5,1 ....

vited and movies were made of the Hodges, Mrs O.' A.- Clarke, Mrs. Fred I : .

i Mrs. I, 's. Bell, Jr., received a I children at play. 1. Topper Mrs. Robert Rainey, and .

s". telegram from her husband wednes-1 Ice cream and cake were served to Mrs: W. F. Nall, president of W. M.'
:: We that beginning April 1st
day that he was en 'route from Camp Ronnie Wylie, Bonnie Faye Dur- S., who visited the circle at this regret X
landing to an Army Accounting I I' rence, Lief Johnson, Karland Eric meeting. <*,
'I :: due to shortage of labor will be unable
we
School in Indianapolis. ,/ Larsen, John and Jerry Prewitt, -- '.
'
I I Mary: Catherine and Judy Francis, Mrs R, M. Bishop was: hostess to
;!r::; : Mrs. 0. A. Jones, Mrs. J.' A. 1101'i i! Mary Christine Hare, Martha Jean.| members of the Helen Bagby Circleat :: to dress any fish sold our customers." ::.
i I
'y grow, 1\lisses-l\Iarianne Jones and Margaret Nowling, Glenda Sue Etherton, Billie : her home Tuesday afternoon. A' y

_' Morrow, were week-end visitors I Sue Crow, Tommy Knight, Lamar I Mrs. Phillipi led the devotional

t'.. ; in Miami. The Morrows returned McLendon, Helen Eulalee Mueller, service and Mrs. E. M. Cornette and *. This condition will probably exist for :;:'
.:::,-.' Sunday and Mrs. Jones and Tommy and Mary Teresa Seegers. Mrs. Joe Elder presented the program ..-' :

';! ':."':', Marianne remained until Tuesday.Thomas ]I Mrs. Cornette, circle chairman :* the duration, and we ask your indulgence. ;:!

-" '-, f i I FAREWELL DINNER FOR MRS. was in charge of the business; -

E. Markette spent the' DILLEY GIVEN SATURDAY meeting, after which Mrs. Bishop y

week-end here with Mrs. Markette. ... -- served refreshments to' Mrs. Joe
'.'
!
[ i
.,. He was recently transferred to Fort -.A group of friends of Mrs. W. E. Elder, Mrs. ,Sikes, Mrs. H. J. Roath, Clewiston Fish Company

.' Myers from Philadelphia where he Dilley gathered to enjoy a farewell 1\1rs. Cornette Mrs.. G. E. Wenzloff, yI

is working with the Army Signal I dinner with her at the Clewiston and several visitors, Mrs. A. M.JDaughtrey .I . .... .... .... .. .. . . .... . .... .... . ......... .'. .... . .... :.
Corps in a civilian capacity. I'Inn ,Saturday evening. The party j 'of Gainesville, and Mrs.

--- was ,a Dutch ,treat affair and was ,G. H. Jones' of Economy, Ind., and
/.' Mrs. Mrs. J. M. Si1 James Winn, U. S. Navy, of MIami I planned hastily as Dilley arrived -I I'I'I t

_ ;'. came up for the week-end to I Friday from Belle Glade, where i. f x

visit his mother, Mrs. A. H. King. I she taught school, ,and left Sunday Revival Begins At I II 11= ORANGE BOWL l
Mrs. Winn, who has been' visiting I morning to join her husband Lieu- ;: i

.. Mrs. King, returned with him to tenant Dilley, U. S. Navy. I Baptist Church Here. .
:Miami.- Included in the group were Mrs.J. '

I --- I II E. Beardsley, Mrs. Inglis of -
.' H. C. Doss,- general service Evanston, Ill., Mr and Mrs. Pearce I Beginning Sunday, March 28, the il'tI: FootbaCasscMOVING j!
manager
of the Ford Motor Company of of Evanston, O. A. Brice, of Lake First Baptist Church will hold a ;
: Wales, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Lehman, series of special Revival Services un-
Detroit and W. Davidson of Jackson-
'; ville, manager of the Jacksonville Mr and Mrs. H. A. Case, N. V. S. i der the leadership ,of Rev. P. R.
Mumford and Mr and Mrs. M. M. Wimberly of Jacksonville
branch of the
company visited briefly 'I'
Prewitt. Rev. Wimberly, for a number of
'- here Thursday' at the plant of the PICTURE-IN COLOR =;:
the
successful pastor of
years a
Hendry County Motors .
: local Ford I
; COMMUNITY CHURCH l
dealers.Mr. Franklin Street Baptist Church, J.
John Minister Jacksonville, was recently appointedas
I Montgomery,
... '- I : COLORFUL PAGEANT-ENTIRE FOOTBALL GAME _
I I State Evangelist. He enters up- I ::
and Mrs. W. T. Wheeless .:.
and I I I I !9:45 J : -Church School.11:00Morning on these duties with the meeting at ; .. BOSTON COLLEGE ALABAMAAlso s.
their .
daughter, Mrs James A.
BOYdl Worship "Marked the local Baptist Church. I
are leaving this week-end
for is cordially invited to
Men. The public .
Other Films _
: burg. Mrs. Wheeless will return to Interesting and Amusing
j 6:30-Junior Christian Endeavor. attend these services both morningand
Clewiston and Mrs. Boyd and Mrs. 7:30-Evening evening. The morning service
Worship. "Tues-
visit.Wheeless Mrs.will Wheeless remain there for a I day.-A Day of Teaching." v I will be held at 10 A. M. and the :1 1t;: Sugarland Park Auditorium, Wednesday, :_i::
expects to go 'The Community Church welcomesyou evening service at 8:30 P. M.

F' months to 'Sanford''for in .their home a stay there.of a few to its worship services every I i :;: March 31, 1943 :=:

I Sunday. Make this church your Future Farmers Team
church home while in the coinmun- t
Mrs. ct: Two Showings-1st At 8:00 P. M. 2nd At 9:35 P. M.
\V. E. Dilley and, Mrs J. F.redl i ty. Are Still UndefeatedThe :s:
Morrison
left Sunday morning for The Spring Communion will be 1 t s.

her Pennsylvania. Mrs. Dilley will join Sunday, April 4. All who have faithin :: Admission: Adults . .' .. .. 50c :;:
husband, Lieutenant Dilley, fora Christ are welcomed: Those desiring Clewiston Chapter Future t. :

visit with relatives in New Castle to unite with the, church at this Farmers of America several weeks :;:; School Children *. . 25c :!.:!:

;,F and Greenville, Penn.rfhey will time should speak to the pastor. ago organized a basketball team but I_ _.
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then leave for Norman, Oklahoma, .;The annual meeting of the con- due to the shortage of transportation Sponsored B)' .:.
where Lieutenant Dilley is assigned gregation for the reading of reports and the rationing of gasoline X
as Instructor at the Naval Training and election officers will be held only five games have been played, i
unit at the University of Oklahoma. Monday evening, April 5, Announce- with the Clewiston team undefeated, _; Clewiston Kiwanis Club Underprivileged s::::

i Mrs. Morrison will visit relatives in ment of time will be made later. in games to date. f
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, before re, Plan to be present. Following are games and scores : Child Fund :

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Gems of Thought Civilian Habits Change Peace and HarmonyIt


may be turned to $ Under of Total WarThis was the weekly meeting of the
ENERGY Impact
; but more good Qu v0R colored "Sons of I Will Arise So- ,
may always be made of an energetic ; ciety." At the end of the usual

nature than of an indolent W EA ON business, a loud voice yelled from
and impassive one.-J. S. is total war. Today is on trial that tomorrow's outlook the back of the hall: "Mistah

Min .. rx? may be brighter. Born of wartime necessity, startling changes Chayman, Ah makes a motion dat

To educate the intelligence ito have come over this fair land of ours-not only changes in the Sam Jackson am a low-down",
Washington, D. C. sneaking mis'rable chicken thief.
enlarge the horizon of its de in habits. Our old of life has
ENDING ABSENTEEISM landscape, but vital changes our way Down in the front a little fellow
wants.-LoweII.
sires and been tossed into the discard for the duration so we may devote leaped to his feet.
The stars come nightly to the sky, Undersecretary of War Patter towards the Axis. These "Who makes dat motion dat
of energy crushing pictures
have one-point ounce
advisers
a
The tidal wave unto the sea: son's labor every Ah'm
Nor time, nor space, nor deep, nor program for ending absenteeism in mark a few of the changes total war has wrought on the home front. I 'rable a chicken low-down thief, sneaking?" he cried mis-

high, Here is the one point: .. ,
from me. war plants. them ."..-.= 'j'N', -, These two girls take farm jobs, thus doing glaring round the room.A .
Can keep my own away Communities should adjust ': '0 1
JOHN BURROUGHS factories. : ,, x; ,j their bit the line. huge scar faced Negro arose.
selves to the hours of the i. ,.. q L, on food production "Ah makes da "
motion he said
I have but one lamp by which Stores, banks, doctors, lawyers, plus ,. ,
my feet are guided, and that is other services should be availablenot Lt; \ r s. menacingly."Mister I
Chayman, said Sam, i
the lamp of experience.Patrick merely for one shift of workersbut 3
f quickly, "Ah seconds dat motion.' I
Henry. for all shifts. I II
At present workers on the swing ; t%
C
shift, beginning at midnight, find
themselves out of gear with the life y"l rI

EASY TO BUY of the community. The greatest absenteeism -

is among workers; on the
Be sure to insist on | PURE ASPIRIN odd shifts, and can be attributed not J
genuine SL Joseph Quality Assured to indifference to winning the war r

time.Aspirin You every can't buy aspirin that can do" but to the inconvenience of trying,

more for you, so why pay more. World's to live and buy food and get Johnnyto
largest seller at 10))! 36 tablets 201- the doctor, while the swing shift
100 only 35l. Get St. Joseph Aspirin.
turns night into day.
Absenteeism is higher among :A: J ra

women than men, which may mean
nothing more than trouble with the
: lp
r' I
Beware Coughsfrom ration board. A woman will takea *ti'aouiwidGiiw : i'

day off from the factory becauseshe The "boys," N Y

common colds has to register for canned foods, t\\RRI\1
shown at the right, Mpct
child is sick in the
because a -
That Hang On or she hasn't had are from 45 to 83 1 !X ,
family, or because a o yy ryxw .y/si i/ *!=\Fsetf, rely i
be time to buy a new dress at the store. ,:years old. They are : "lehlinhsbon: stac I
relieves promptly
cause Creomulsion It goes right to the seat of the Remedy for this is nothing less pinch'hitting as j, ss:,Many X ssssfr"cTobx I
trouble to help loosen and expel than two or three shifts on the part telegraph messen- w I
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature of the services that serve the workers. POWER i
and heal raw, tender, inflamed in Chicago, as ]
to soothe The ration board, it is suggested gers j

branes.Tell bronchial your druggist mucous to sell mem youa should come to the factory.In all youthful messengers ?

bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding many cases, war department have either i'r .
you must like the way it advisers say, absenteeism is caused to ioar- or jj K a y ,yYOyr Proud Mind
quickly allays the cough or you are not by loafing but by overwork. In gone Ambition is the mind's immod-
to have your money back.CREOMULSION. have been ab- I
certain machine-tool areas, such as esty.-Davenport.
New England, men have been work- sorbed by war in- \

for Coughs; Chest Colds. Bronchitis ing 50 and 56 hours a week for dustries. Girls, too, tare

years.. They are' simply exhausted. now being used j S KIN IRRITATIONS OF
Incidentally, this' factor is the for EXTERNAL CAUSE
messengerwork. <
of absenteeism in I
principal cause i acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
FOR QUICK RELIEF : Germany, where workers are worn ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve'
down by unremitting labor and long miseries with simple home treatment.
Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
hours. healing works the antiseptic way. Use
Note: There is little sympathy in Black and White Ointment only as di-
A ANTISEPTICUsed Soothing S A LV E Undersecretary Patterson's office for Money-back rected.lOc,25c 60c guarantee.sizes.25 years S3T Vital success.in

thousands with satisfactory Pesults the Rickenbacker crusade against cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
by
Black and White Skin Soap daily.
valuable ingredients. and ,
useless
for 40 years-six labor. It is regarded as
Get Carboil at drug stores or write '
I Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Term. unsound to try to appeal to workersover e
their leaders.
WAR WORKERS


HOUSEWIVES: American NO RUSSIAN observers HURRAHS in Russia report I' "KnIJU ;

Your Waste l itchen Fats that the public is not throwingits 44 o ;:

red cap in the air over current 48ft4
Are Needed for Explosives military successes. The reaction is /

TURN 'EM IN! not much different, in fact, from the AlLaVI5GETABLELAxATIVE
reaction to losses.

"The mood of the Russian peo- i'oJ JjJi5IJ

ple," says one report, "hasn't' .. %: ''rMli' 1rd
+Dr
: fIn
1l VEGETABLELaxative changed much since last summer % O In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets

when they were being driven backto there are no chemicals, no minerals,no
the Volga. Nor has it changed I m..mm._.___ --- phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are dif---.
--i much from the of ferent-act different. Purely vegetablea
years peace. '
-
I summer it's "twenty degrees On leave of absence from Brain-
combination of 10 vegetable ingredients -
/ For Headache, It is explained that Russians have -
h ill Sour Stomach become accustomed to tumult and cooler inside," but look at what erd, Minn., where she is city court formulated over 50 years ago.

Rrne ,, and Dizzy personal danger. For 25 years they I theaters are bragging about in these judge and U. S. court commissioner, Uncoated or candy coated, their actionis
gentle,.as
when dependable; thorough, yet
Iki' 'caused, Spells by Con have lived in an atmosphere of revo- days of fuel oil shortage. The, fact Miss Eleanor Nolan is shown doing millions of NR's have proved. Get a 254

stipation. Use lution, purges, and starvation. War that a theater is heated by coal kitchen police duty at the WAAC 'box today or larger economy size.
v ; as directed. has brought no sudden shock to themas
only Fort Des
t j seems to be even more importantthan army training center at ..
,' 15 doses for to us.Even juxaritEr"
only 10 cents. in the face of the terrific the show. Moines, Iowa. NOW.CANDY

losses Russia has suffered in this i .

9 i war, the losses forced upon Russia II

by her own government ten years COATED
ago remain almost unsurpassed.When I
the Soviet government was Kor REGULAR I

imposing on the people, the unwelcome -I' NR TO-NIGHT; TOMORROW ALRIGHTPreserve
o system of collective farming, '
denied seed for plant-
farmers were
SNAPPY FACTS ing, and a vast number of people,
estimated between two and five million -
ABOUT
I ,, starved to death.

I RUBBER The Russians are stolid, taking defeat -
) or victory in their stride.

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SPANISH DAGGER AT U. S.,BACK
Here is"the lowdown on the visit'of ..

Akron, Ohio had Its beginning as Franco's special representative,
the WORLD'S RUBBER MANUfAC.. ex-Spanish Foreign Minister Beigbeder r r }
TURING CAPITAL In 1870 when a.
Its first rubber plant was startedby to this country.
Dr. B.F.Goodrich. Franco's regular representative,
The switching of DakarFrench West Ambassador Juan Cardenas, has
Africa, to the side of the United 'rYr'b
Nations meant the establishment for been sending him what,he wanted to Our Liberty
the Allies of an important port for hear rather than the truth about
theshipmeatofcrudorubberamongother important war essentials.Atebrlne the way, the American people have Who was it that said that"grass would some day grow in our streets? Buy U. S. War Bonds

the chemist's answer, put ''their hearts into the war. Car- Gas' and tire rationing has just about made that prediction come true.

to nine the Is war serving time shortage to step up of..qui.tho denas has emphasized the clash of Photo, made at mid-day in the heart of a Boston down-town shopping

collection of rubber In the ma. personalities and inefficiency of war district, shows an impromptu baseball game in progress.
laria.Infeited angles( of Brazil. '
production which get into the deadlines -
Here Is a case of a synthetic
_.__ __._ QUINTUPLETS
product being used to stimulatethe but is not the general rule. mmhuum -
gathering of a natural prod-
When U. S. officials learned of
duct that Is rapidly being replaced
by synthetics In the this, they conceived the idea of relieve coughing
United States. bringing a special Franco envoy to

Ordinary molds at factories tires are in now 40 to cured 50 min In the U. S. A. to get the real picture. 4 l 72 \2v. 5Y CHEST COLDSthis

utes. Before organlo acceleratorswere Actually it was the war department, : SF
developed by B.F.Goodrich it
took about live hours to vulcanize a not the state department, which old reliable !
tiro. hatched the inspiration and which is' good way

taking him on a tour of war plants ,Whenever the Dionne Quintuplets catch

,and army posts to drink ,in the real immediately cold-their chests rubbed,throats with and Musterolea backs are-

spirit of the war effort. product made especially to promptly
._ Note: Many high-up officials here relieve coughing and tight sore aching
believe Franco is an opportunistwho chest muscles due to colds-it actually
helps break up local congestion in the
F
regardless pledges, will upper bronchial tract, nose and throat. .
jump j whichever way he sees the war Musterole gives such wonderful results
is going in the spring. He could, because it's what so many Doctors and

if he wished, plunge a dagger into Nurses it's call used a on modern the famous counterirritant.Since "Quints"you .

the back of U. S. forces in North can be sure it's just'about the
Africa. Beigbeder has a backgroundof BEST cold relief you can buy I

friendship for the United States. ., ,,, .., IN 3 STRENGTHS Children's Mild,
'W :
jCll.a, ]t_ fl.4.w: o.s. u.a$.1 &li.II.! .U .U.j.I"' h*"""" "' "" ''''''
Regular and Extra Strength."IJmij.
CAPITAL CHAFF e Plenty of windows open .to take your bets, but there are no races '

C It is said of Woodrow Wilson today. Pleasure driving restrictions resulted in suspension of racingat Af 7T

1 that he was a professor surroundedby Tropical Park, Miami. A few employees stand at a window. discussing
ll
G politicians, and that FDR is a the situation. .' .
politician surrounded by professors.





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(Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
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the Vatican City cover? square mile. '

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Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected United" States? 3. George II.
and copyrighted by International 3. For what George of Englandwas

J ". )",,,, _, \, l .. 'X"r :'''',1>: ;; Gr." .!. permission.Council of Religious Education: used by the state of Georgia named? 4. The water inside the living
4. How does frost kill a plant? cells freezes and this bursts the

,1 OUR LORD'S INTERCESSORY 5. What state is not divided into cells so that the plant dies.

PRAYER counties? 5. Louisiana, where the unit of,
6. From where did shrapnel get government is the parish.

I LESSON TEXT-John 17:1-8, 18-28. its name? 6. From General Shrapnel, the
Ii GOLDEN TEXT -,"Holy Father, keep I 7. Who founded the city of inventor.
,: [ 1JtspI 1\ through thine own name those whom thou I Detroit? 7. Cadillac.
; hast given me. that they may be one, as we
: are.-John 17:11. I I

c #* \ I Timely Samplers to
S ; There are some times and placesso '
.,, sacred that one. is instinctively
\ hushed into reverent devotion. When Beautify Your Home PENETROForcolds'E

iiitIIV1Ir Christ prayed in holy intercession (as

: recorded in John 17) on the night
$ before His suffering His disciples coughs,nasal congestion,muscle
must have been lifted into the very aches get Penetro-modern medication
mutton suet base.25t,double supply 35i.
presence of the"Eternal One. It wasa '
holy experience.He ssmyLand ;1I

: ;; prayed for Himself, but even

more did He pray for His believing
followers. To know that someoneis

praying for us is indeed ,an anchorin I

a time of storm, a strong helpin ,
1 the hour of conflict or of service.
But to know that the Master

prayed for you and me-that is

enough to send us, like the disciplesof
i;' :' '; old, out to face an unbelievingworld TWO samplers eloquent in

I. : Today's Cake Fixings Are Simple, Food Saving in His conquering name.I. simple in execution-

:.':, (See Recipes Below) He Prayed for Himself (vv. 1-8). combine cross stitch with outline.
,' Shield and bell the dominant
',' He looked up and said: "Father, are ,And he's night! No need to pay big
1>, Bake Your Own! and then He was ready to pray. So figures on one; on the other, the money when GROVE'S A BI and D
.l':'", This Week's Menu close was He to God that there was flag and eagle. Each is 8 by 10 in Vitamins cost only 2St for over twoweeks'
"
Breaded Pork Tenderloin size and both supply.The larger size is even
come on one trans-
: i-/ Those of you who have, chosen just this simple recognition of their more economical only $1.00 for
?., homemaking as a career can set Seven Minute Cabbage communion. In Christ are we not fer Z9477. over 10 weeks'supply. Each capsule
<' Riced PotatoesGrapefruit.Carrot suppliesyour daily protective require
aside a half day as close as He?
"', Salad This pattern also brings outlines for the ments of essential Vitamins A and D
\ for baking your, What did Jesus ask for Himself?
':. Whole Wheat Bread Butter distinctive spear type hangers-these are plus famous Bi. Unit for unit you
',' 11,' own goodies right At first thought it seems a little unusual cut from wood and painted. A cord of red can't get finer quality. ,
SHot Water Cake
,, in'your own oven. Sponge that He asked or blue adds the final touch. Grand for Potency-quality guaran-
: -' There are few Peaches Beverage 1. For Recognition of His Divine gifts or your own use. The price of the teed! Today start taking
Recipe Given. transfer is 15 cents. Send your order to: GROYE'S'VitaminsBuy ., .
I' things nicer than Glory (vv. 1-5).
'
"r coming into a kitchen full of busy Why would He who had just given AUNT MARTHABox GROWS '-
: ": bustling, testing the cake, plumping 2% cups sifted flour the disciples an example of and an.- 166-W Kansas City, Mo. :

-",:; fat loaves of bread on racks to 1% teaspoons baking soda admonition to humility desire to Enclose 15 cents for each pattern
.: cool, or packing cookies in fresh 2 teaspoons ginger have His,glory manifested? Be'sure
desired. Pattern No. ............
shelves-for
S c', wax paper for pantry Vz teaspoon salt it was not a matter of selfish pride.
',:" .' those fine boys in the service! 1 egg, well beaten 'He had finished His work (for He Name ...............................

: : '. When sugar rationing first came Yz cup melted shorteningMix counted redemption as complete Address ....................;........
:. ;.. into the picture, most of us feared throughout His prayer), and now' the
milk and molasses. Sift
dry
> that it would not allow enough for
He
glory which He laid down when War BondsI
',: ingredients. Add to milk and mo- Savings -
home baking needs, but we have Phil. 2:6-8) to Admirals be admirable
lasses, then mix in and shorten- came to earth ( was I may but
egg
.
'. found ways to make sugar stretch., ing and beat until smooth and be resumed. !. that isn't where the word comes
:.
:. Or, perhaps we should say, corn Pour into He'wants man to see'Him now not. from. It comes from an old Arabic
-. syrups and honey to. make, baking creamy. a greased pan Son of '
and bake in 'a moderate oven 30 only as -compassionate word "amir-al" meaning "com-
,::0 I possible. minutes. man, but the glorious Son of God, mander of." That's what the Ad- flBuys you the
;,;r." With eggs up in price and fats I able to save. miral is, the top-ranking officer in
,:.:....: becoming scarce, we have changed Who ever"'heard of carrots in cook- 2. For the Manifestation of His the Navy.: ,Top-ranking cigarettewith
::{t. ," ', our recipes to fill these needs, too! ies? Well, 'the'surprise is a nice II Grace (vv. 6-8).. our Navy men is Camel-the ;jjI/IO11A4c .
and the cookies full
: one, are popping
Today's recipes not call for
may The Father had given Christ, the favorite, too, with men in the
of vitamins when make
the quantity of materials that yes- you : heart devotion of those who believed : Army, Marines and Coast Guard,
terday's did, but they can make Honey-Carrot Cookies. in Him. Note'that their faith restedon I according to actual sales records

just as tempting a product.Hot (Makes 5 dozen) the name of God (v. 6), and from their service stores. Camels ahar'lH'r bee.unIhey'r.. on..
Water Sponge Cake. 2 cups sifted flour upon His Word.which. had come to are their favorite gift, too. Local third Ihlnn.r.
.
DOUBLE OR -
(Makes 2 8-inch layers) 1 teaspoon baking powder them and to us through Christ. dealers are featuring Camel car- .. ,. SINGLE EDGE
1 cup sifted cake flour teaspoon soda He recognized their position and tons to send anywhere to any .
lJ/2 teaspoons baking powder Yz teaspoon salt cinnamon standing in Him and established it member of our armed forces. To- 4forlOC
teaspoon
; teaspoon salt Yz before God and man. He then day is a good time to send "him"a Manufactured and guaranteed by
2 eggs teaspoon nutmeg prayed for them (read vv. 9-17) that carton of Camels.-Adv. FEDERAL RAZOR BLADE CO., NEW YORK

1 cup sugar 2 1 cups cup raisins quick-cooking oatmeal they, might be kept in an evil
':" Yz teaipoon lemon juice 1 world as a testimony to the grace
chopped nutmeats
cup
6 tablespoons hot water and power of God in the human
Vz cup shortening
a: Sift together flour, baking powderand 1 cup strained honey heart.II. IN THE "
He for All Believers
salt. Beat eggs until thick and 2 eggs, well beaten Prayed
: fluffy, about 10 1 cup grated raw carrot (vv. 18-26)). ARMY AIR FORCE : I
ninutes. Add Christians are not simply the
sugar gradually, Sift dry ingredients together. Sift avowed adherents to a particularform I
I beating constantly again. Add oatmeal, raisins and nut-- of.belief, they are "sent" ones. they say: I

until thick 7'j' meats. Mix well. As the Father sent, Him into the "

enough to hold a Cream shorten world, "even so send I them into TOGS..NG"for cruising .
soft peak. Beat in ing, add honey, the world," said Christ. '

lemon juice, add V" ,.1. creaming thor- I : Christ has gone to be with the "GROUND LOOP"for mental confusion

t hot water, and beat until thick after oughly. Add eggs, I 4 : Father, but He has left those who /WASTER'forconimandingofficer .
each addition. Fold in flour in small then carrots believe in Him as His witnesses, His
amounts. Bake in ungreased tube beating well. Stir L.. representatives. For this they need "t CAMEL II '' -
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in fortheArmymansfavonte
. pan or lightly greased layercakepans dry ingredients [ holiness. He prayed:
in a moderate (350-degree) ov and blend thor- 1. For Their Consecration (vv. 18, cigarette

en. A tube cake takes 45 minutes oughly. Drop by spoonfuls on a 19).
t to bake, layer cakes 25 to 30 min greased baking sheet. Flatten witha For their sakes He consecrated *With men In the Army, Navy, -
utes. floured fork. Bake for 15 minutes Himself.' Surely if He needed it, we Marines, and Coast Guard, the ,

Gingerbread Ring. only when in a cold.350-degree oven. Store do far more. It' is not only His will favorite cigarette is CameL

, 1 cup molasses 'for us, but His prayer. How wonderfully (Based on actual sales records in
: Whole grain, especially oatmeal
1 cup sour milk 'is rich in that important morale, that prayer was answeredwe Post Exchanges and Canteens.)
see as we look 'back over the
vitamin, Bl, or thiamin, as it is
intervening 19 centuries, from His "
I sometimes called. ;-f
the
immediate disciples on through ''
0 Lynn Says: Oatmeal Refrigerator Rolls. martyrs, the missionary pioneers of FOR
S Tie a String Around Your Fin- ,Vz cup shortening all ages, the faithful preachers and
ger: The technique's different 3 tablespoons sugar teachers of the gospel, yes and "liv EXTRA MILDNESS
when you do your own vegetables VA teaspoons salt ers" of the gospel too. He knew,
-and you must keep these Yz cup boiling water He prayed, God answered. Are you AND RICH FLAVORME -
-- pointers on tap if you would get 1 cup quick-cooking oatmeal in that blessed host of consecrated
the most out of them: 1 cake yeast believers? FOR CAMELS

Peel potatoes thinly-their mineral Yz cup lukewarm, water 2. For Their Unity and Glory (vv.
treasures are hidden right 1 ,egg, beaten 20-26). EVERY TIME! THEY'VEGOT ,
under that skin. 2% cups all-purpose flour
There is a refreshing simplicity WHAT'IT
Use green vegetables as soon as Add boiling water to sugar, salt, about the Christian faith which is .
possible after buying. They lose shortening and oatmeal. Stir well. utterly different from all the com- 0 TAKES !
quantities of their vitamin C just Cool to lukewarm. Soften yeast in plications which ,man has preparedand '
sitting and being exposed to air. lukewarm water, then add with superimposed upon it. Essen- -

Add dressing immediately to beaten egg to oatmeal mixture. Stir tially it is a matter of God having \\ \ I
vegetables and fruits after cut- in half of flour, add rest of flour. sent His Son into the world to be the -4 \ \ "4\ -
ting them. The coating preventssome Place in a greased bowl. Cover Redeemer of men. He- and the Father : ,, :% ':\ .,.:-
vitamin loss. with waxed paper and store in \\ ,
re are one, He and His followersare -v 'i"r -
Put away the soda box when frigerator. When needed, remove one, and so we are all one. We \
cooking green vegetables. It's from refrigerator and form into clo- who today believe are included (read "

alkaline and destroys vitamins. verleafs in greased muffin tins. Cover vv. 20-23). This is an inward unity of ; *FIRST
Shell peas or lima beans and let rise in a warm place
only until the Spirit, not an outward union of
.S. just before using. Wash leafy almost double. Bake 12 to 15 organizations.There ffir: IN THE
greens just before cooking. The minutes in a 425-degree oven. is something more here. .- ,.

". percentage of vitamin loss will Lynn Chambers welcomes you to submit This' unity puts Christ's followersinto ,, / SERVICEE.L

be lessened. your household queries to her problem the place where His glory may .
,.s-\ Start cooking frozen foods be- clinic. Send your letters to her at Western be revealed in and upon them. It is
fore thawing. It is believed that Newspaper Union, 210 South Des. His prayer that we should beholdin
less vitamin C is destroyed by plaines Street, Chicago, Illinois. Don't our Saviour the glory which God

that method. v- ;:.... forget envelope to enclose for stamped reply. self-addressed had given Him because He loved
your f foundation of the
Released by Western Newspaper Union. Him before the
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TIlE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1913'I.

1._.
l EIGHT
I
II' i NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLYJo'on NOTICE TO CREDITORSYou
I I I' of the Southern,' mustard, okra, onions, peppers \ and each of you are hereby noti-
I former president PASSAGE OF
New Zealand spinach, fied, and required to present any
raklshes.
I'Baptist Home Mission Board, and of SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION claims and demands which you ot"
and
: WORKERS TO1BE Baptist Convention, will squash, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, either of you may have against the
:2,000 the Georgia NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That at estate of :Mrs. Viola Stone, decease,
I have as his subject, "Making America turnips. the Session of the Legislature of FlorIda late of said county to the County
beets,
Arsenal of Spiritual 'De-I,. Central Florida beans, convening in April, 1943, applica- Judge of Hendry County, Florida at
BROUGHT FROM I I the carrots, sweet and roasting ear corn, tion will be made for the passage of LaBelle, Florida within eight (8) calendar
mocracy." This is the closing message kohlrabi special or local" legislation as follows: months from the date of the
announced serieson cowpeas, collards, cucumbers An Act relating to Everglades first publication of this notice. Each
of the present ) mustard, okra, onions, peppers, Drainage District, the substance of claim or demand must be in writingand
'GLADES the general theme, "American which contemplated law will be to must state the place of residenceand
NASSAU TO Amid World Crises." radishes New Zealand spinach revise, codify, simplify, arrange inan post office address of the claimant
Christians squash, sweet potatoes tomatoes, and orderly manner, compile and and must be sworn. to by the claimanthis /
The Baptist Hour, now in its consolidate all laws now in force agent, or his attorney or the same
outstanding religious turnips. relating to said District by substantially will become void according to law..
,4t14 Nassau negroes will be sent third year presents South Florida-bush 'and lima reenacting Chapter 14717, I This the 11th day of March, 1943.
leaders, both laymen and I Laws of Florida, Acts of 1931, as Signed:
*lo the Lake Okeechobee area veryshortly ; in a series of timely messages beans, cowpeas, mustard, okra, onions < amended and supplemented by sub- I I JEWEL, STONE HOOKER
' to work in 'glades vegetable preachers, radishes, New Zealand spinach, sequent acts, with such 'amend' Executrix of the Estate of
announced yesterday I each Sunday'morning at 8:30 and ments, changes, modifications and I I Mrs. Viola Stone, deceased.No. .
=Yields, it was ; I A. M. (EWT). Thirty-seven radio summer squash, sweet potatoes corrections therein as may be desirable I 10-Mar. 12. 19.. 26, April 2, 9, 194:$. -
"irom West Palm Beach, and housing tomatoes. to accomplish such revision .
Southern statesare ---- -- ---
workers have been stations in sixteen,, codification, simplification, arrangement -
:;plans for these independent network. -' compilation and con- I
the
worked out by the farm security administration on Needed 1 solidation, (but no amendments, NOTICE: APPLICATION FOR
and military author The programs can be heard in Foodstuffs changes:: modifications or correc- \ TAX DEED -
Florida over Stations WJAX of tions are contemplated which (Semite IIIII No. I6,)
ities. I would alter the boundaries of the
Approximately half of the total of Jacksonville; WFTL of Ft. Lauderdale For Critical Shortages District, rezone any of the lands in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
,
I WRUF of Gainesville WTSP the District change the'ilmount of ,
; ; \J. C Jackman, holder of Tax Certifi-
4,000 which it is planned to import the Debt Service Tux which the cates 453 of 1928 _,
1 WWPG of 457 of 1928, 461 of.
and
to Florida will thus be located in the: of St. Petersburg I WASHINGTON, D. C., March 25- Board is authorized to levy and 1928. 229 of 1940, 224 of 1938. has filed.
the lands in the various I
impose on
'glades area A portion of these willie :I, Lake Worth. (FNS-A strong and growing movement zones or the Administration tax same in for my a office tax and deed has made application -
the i I to be issued
of the stations on
at I Many all farm levied and assessed by the Legis-
housed in the migratory camps in Congress to scrap thereon. Said certificates embrace the
!I present network will continue The t lature); and, to repeal all laws or following described property in the
Pahokee, and Belle controls quotas, limitationsand
'Canal Point, tnarket parts of laws relating to the Dis-
of
series, for April, May County Hendry State of Florida to-
and others will live in arms i Baptist Hour I acreage restrictions, and at the trict which are not included in wit:
Glade by Dr. said revision, codification, simplification _,
.furnished George W. Truett, noted preacherof last week consolidation or recognizedand ship 44 S.. Range 32 E;
"'C 9king utensils and kits Texas.Provisions restrictions was reported continued In force by reference NEU of SW,i Section 28, Township' -
Dallas I 1
by the army.A by Florida's Congressman Bob Sikes therein, provided however, that 44 S.. Range 32 E;
NW%, of NWU Section 32, Township -
'worked out such repeal shall not affect
contract has been of Crestview. any
41 S.
right or remedy accrued before ; Range 32 E;
:between, the government ,of the Bahamas Made For "There is no better time than the such repeal ,nor repeal any law SE?; of 'NWU and NV2 of NEU,

and the Department of AgriCulture present to cut all the red tape''j which was] period enacted of for time.a limited orspecifier Section 32 E; 34, Township .44 S., Range

': which must be: signed by Commercial Eating Sikes said. "If we unite the DATED this March :22, 1943. The assessment of the said property
employers of this Bahaman labor I hands give him a free rein and 'a I BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF 1 I under the said certificates i issued waa
; EVERGLADES DRAINAGE; DISTRICT in the name of J. H. Baird Estate.<
taut ''the exact provisions of this contract Places To Operate, free market: farm production will i Ky MARK R. TENNANT, Unless said certificates shall be 'redeemed -

have not been made known., jump and prices labor costs and all j i Chairman. I I according to law, the property
described therein will be sold to the
Many employers expect to provide other factors -will find their true ,j highest bidder at the court house door
accommodations and tent I I A widespread report that the Office level. No more curtailment eitherof I r 1 on the first Monday in the month of .
housing{ IX THE COUNTY: Jl'DOSrS! COURT IN j April, 1943 which is the 5th day of.
villages will be set up only where I of Price Administration under'its acreage, farm machinery, fertilizer ANI roil IIE.MHIY COUNTY: FLOIl-1 April, 1943.

needed.Two' officials of the FSA institutional user program has or market prices in my opin- IDA Dated this 4th day of March. 1943..
(SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL.;
will go ;to ,Nassau the latter part of placed a ban on civic club luncheon ion, is the only sure method of Clerk of Circuit Court of
In Re: ESTATE OF MRS VIOLASTONE
this week and will be followed by meetings, club suppers, and similar meeting food production goals ands I deceased. Hendry County, Florida.
March 5, 12, 19, 26.
lour FSA ,recruiters and a nurse. gatherings at which food is servedwas avoiding critical 1 shortages---- -: in food-I I'i uuuu 1 1t

denied today by OPA. stuffs."

:Soldier And Bride Apparently the report, which has "The congressman pointed out that i -- .... ''''i" o.=;r

been given wide circulation, stems the Department of Agriculture and

JailA from an erroneous statement that the Agricultural Adjustment were
1:2: In Ft. Myers
I OPA had notified hotels that such meeting the situation piecemeal,

meetings are out for the _duration.No taking market controls off one crop I

soldier and his bride were' such order has been issued by at a time, while the OPA ceilings Y 1t'pp % ; OFFICIAL
PHOTOORAPM
OPA and none is contemplated.Under still acted deterrent to increased '
spending* their honeymoon in jail as a .N U.S. ARMY

yesterday on opposite sides of a ration'order number five, plantings. jc G' s .'IONAU CORPOINSURED
outlines the food rationing '
barred door. Trouble was that the which *

bride was only 12 years old, although program for institutional users of OPA Acts On Price .... ", '
.
hotels <
..
' she looks 16. The soldier rationed foods-such as res- t :

was nabbed for picking a girl under taurants, and other commercial eat- Of Repair ServicesIn
made .
ing places-provision has been :
:tlie age of consent.

The soldier was Sgt. Max Car- for the rationed food requirementsof '10n Q OT YOUR

bone. The girl was .Miss Bernice such groups if they have, operatedin order to, maintain an adequate

'Grissett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the past. lupply of repair services for farm

Guy Grissett of the East End. They I What the hotel or restaurant does equipment and 'motor vehicles the M

"were married Saturday a week ago ,with its allotment and how it serves Office of Price Administration .has "' 'pG9 f oo.

.at LaBelle with Judge Harris of- I its meals, is not the concern of the authorized an upward revision of the N f COAQ Qf

'iicia ing. Charges were filed by I OPA rationing program. The OPA charges that small shops may make y.

State Attorney Clyde Wilson who I is interested, first, in seeing that for these services. 1 .
!
food commodies are rationed Recent amendments to the Max-I
will investigate the case further to- [scarce : '
fairly so all institutional users as imum Price Regulation 165, Ser- \ > ;
viay. --
,; ;
well individual consumers ge vices, have caused confusion with act tiw .... "
of as .
most .
Yesterday the girl spent :- "4- "o', Its Just common sense to ;.
the day at the jail talking to her their equitable share, and second, in respect to prices that may be charg BUY fco {

new husband through the bars. having its rationing system function ed for these services OPA officials *- refrain from buying things

The sergeant tried to talk Deputy I in a way to cause as little inter- said today in clarifying the amend VI A needed In our War effort.

Abe 'Skinner' into. Jetting himout ference as possible in the commercial -I ment. BO KinS -


Myers News-Press. I habits of people. ,j repair shops and garages employing! from I"om. .
\ \ \ Victory.. open ,your savings
I eight or less. persons which have fee9ulallY _
v
I PlantA been granted exemption under the account here. today!
Should I \
Dr. Ellis A. Fuller Everyone National War Labor Board Wage'

To Speak Over Net- Victory Garden Stabilization order, may under certain -

conditions adjust their' charges War Bonds &
Stamps
._ Work March 28th i for repairs to automobiles and farm i Buy

c. -____ The Florida Extension Service in equipment provided the repairmanused
. following list a customer hourly labor chargeto
i Gainesville gives the
months
Bringing to close three
a I
determine his price in March 1942.
be plantedin
'of The Baptist Hour radio series, Dr. of vegetables that may .
the
This does not permit increase
:Ellis A. Fuller, Louisville Ky., will late March in Victory Gardens or I
standard operationson !
of charges for
March 28, on farms in different sections of the
speak Sunday morning,
which the price was not determined -
Dr. S. F. Lowe, At. state. They are as follows:
according to
by the above method.
lanta, Ga., Chairman of the Southern I North Florida-bush, pole, and 1 1I

Baptist Radio Committee sponsoring .lima beans, beets carrots, celery, "Easter Seals," similar to "Christ-1I

the series. collards, sweet and roasting ear corn, mas Seals," will be sold this year to I

Dr. Fuller Who is president of the cowpeas, cucumbers, eggplant, endive -I provide funds for the care of crip- i

Southern Baptist Seminary, and I escarole, kohlrabi, lettuce, pled children. I

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