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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: April 2, 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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I .1. ii-l"ECLEWISTON NEWSVOLUME _1y






CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1943 'SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR

NUMBER 19
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CGRPORATIONI Molasses Fed Beef \ Favors 'I English Singer Visits I MAYOR PLEDGES


SUGAR \ Local RAF Cadet Club :
Livestock Market V "'-
Tops 1 I II LOCAL SUPPORT TO

,
; GETS LARGE ,QUOTAm which\ I The visit of Hiss Ann Moray, an
of thirteen steers,
A group for English concert singer, to Clewistonlast USE OF WATERWAYThe

were fattened and prepared week-end for, the purpose of en '' ..
SLAUGHTERA
1 BEEF market at, the United States Sugar I ICorporation's tertaining the ,RAF! and American\
I
feed pens
experimental
Market at ,cadets at Riddle Field will remainas mayors, of several .south Florida -
r'
J here, topped the Livestock of the cities, including Mayor F. D.
slaughtering of one of the high spots
for the Wednesday -
' permit the sale of last
in
April Kissimmee cadets' stay in Clewiston Duff of Clewiston, pledged their sup-
'25,000 pounds of beef during learned here this r. 2Y _
granted to the United States .; it was :yy .4 Miss Moray is in the United 'States\ port and the cooperation of their
-was
.
the Hendry week. for the purpose of entertaining ser- cities in any efforts which are madeto
by
little
:Sugar Corporation dressed out a
under The steers vice men in both ,British and Amer-. make us, of the Cross-State Waterway -
War Board, operating is -
County which comparable
,
61 percent
above received no- for the barging of oil and
and she
Depart ican camps
U. S.
the supervision of the cattle records, and '
with show enthusiastic welcome other necessltfes a meeting of
meeting where a more war ,
of Agriculture, at a hun-
ment
of $16.83 per
afternoon. \ brought a price i, than in Clewiston where she sang to the Atlantic and Gulf Canals As-
held in LaBelle ,Saturday live weight, the top
dred pounds at the Com- held here ,Wednesday aft
Executive ; the cadets in their' club sociation
the -
S. L. Crochet, assistant to at the market here and the approximate Auditorium
price at the Sugarland ,Park -
Center. I ernoon
munity
-
vice-president 'of the corporation price of the'b ef salesat I '

'V attended the meeting and pre- the Chicago market, where the i I John G McKay; of Miami Beach, .
corporation's petition fora a partner in the' firm of RiddleMcKay -I The group of some seventy-five
sented the Western beef is sold.
finest owners and operators of Rid-I men representing communities along

permit.Slaughtering began yesterday These steers were part of a group by I dle Field, and Mrs. McKay brought the waterway and the lower East
: Arcadia and bought
morning at the slaughtering pens located raised near from Montgomery Miss Moray to Clewiston and were I Coast heard Senator Ernest R. Graham -
Corporation
Clewiston. The the Sugar hosts at a party at the ClewistonInn make a fighting talk in behalf 'of
,:;, just west of Brothers. The ,steers were kh' '
, ,: meat obtained and slaughtered will be on September 10th, pas' \ complimenting their visitor. I' the canal and 'a.'_bitter criticism .of

: ,V-, sold exclusively through the commissaries purchased and Those who were guests at the' Senator Claude Pepper and other
:.; and given feeding of grass
tured,'
.V and will be about '50 percent 'during that I I party were Miss Ann Moray, Wing I members of the Florida congression-
60 days
for ;
normal sales through molasses I Commander George Greaves, Squadron -I al delegation for using; this canal to
the
of
-'. gained \ % pounds per
f .' stores.. period they ----p.----- Leader A. G. Hill, Flight Lieutenant muddy the waters in order to get the
: these animal. On November 10th
of Agriculture day per G. W. Nickerson, Flight Lieu- North Florida canal through.
'
-; ', The Department in the experimentalfeed
: -: they were placed REP. ELBERT L. tenant W. L. Reinhart, Flight Lieu Senator Graham, who spent several
:,. has set up war boards in each county and while there they gained -
for of clarifying the pens tenant E. J.. Smith, Flying Officer months in Washington_ last year try-
the day
purpose of 2 pounds per
,: ,':':' slaughtering regulations and issuing'I ,an animal.average The thirteen steers J. E, Keech, Mr. and Mrs. G. Willis ing to sell government agencies on

," permits. It is the intention of the per 11,672'pounds, an Tyson, J.V.. Durden, Mr, and Mrs the use of the Fort MyersStuartcanal

to see that the regulations -I sold weighed STEWART I F. E, Hunziker: Captain: T. E. Purs- was the principal speaker at
department 898 each.
of pounds
average '
.. are adhered to in each section I Originally in a group of 58 sold inger, Lieutenant A. L. Sismondo, this association \meeting and he
and that slaughtering Miami Lieutenant W. B. Wilkins, M. C. and started his talk by referring to telegrams -
of the country corporation to a ECONOMY TO
i .",>: the amount actually by the Mrs. Wilkins, Lieutenant Charles which had been read by
to
limited when
is during the period
a :.' ", 'needed.for. the section's demands, and I slaughterer(Continued, on page 5) Klein, M.. C. and Mrs. Klein. President A. D. H. Fossey from

above all, to see that the slaughtering STATE Senator Pepper, Senator Andrewsand
sale is done under various congressmen as "typical
of meat for

:. sanitary conditions. \ AT ---- LARGEST QUOTA OF I Washington" and not meaning a F
ATTENDANCE telegram was
.;- V A. J. Evers explained the regulations NICE Elbert L. Stewart, thing. A three-page

governing ,slaughtering, going 'in the-' read from Senator Pepper in which

into detail on each of the many provisions CONCERT HELD leave representative Sunday for the : COLORED INDUCTEES' he pledged support of a congres-
BAND canal but
; and then asking for questions sional bill to deepen the
V < for the 43 session

V' from the group' which attended the made up on one point. LEFT THIS MORNING per Graham doesn't bluntly want declared this canal.that" "Pep

meeting.. TUESDAY !
AT SCHOOL the obvious fact that the diffi-
outlined
Since meat rationing and the, regulations financing will be the Graham some
;i'- concerning slaughtering are culties he had had jn Washington
; before the -
issuancej lem quota of colored se trying to get over the story of the
all details as to the The largest
so new the -
The band concert, given by" tain that much in the thison
*' permits: have not yet been completed lectees'ever sent from Hendry Coun: 'south Florida canal and blamed
j/ Clewiston School: Band as a Red omy can be effected leave today foi'. the oil companies who did not
and the local board: had no d ty is scheduled to ,
authority to issue a permit that would Cross Benefit,..Tuesday evening netted -1 widening gap between ; i Camp Blanding for induction. The: want the canal used, wanting instead

the school's' Red Cross Fund expense.V 42 and in ad,:' expensive pipe-lines which would be-
time 'limit beyond'the local quota is men
extend in : .'
(.\, ; month of Apr]l. By the expiration $-5 2.4'Th:, r-e, ',Ayas a 'splendid attendance "Taxation is always dition nine transfers from other! built at government' expense and
I
;,7' ..of- partis ath .. friends of question for arguing them' after ,tile war. The.
til atrPither boards .will leave 'with- the local men used by
JJiatdate, it fjc.pj&sJ&J ,
, : : .sO t _
.:. : 'schooled"StrWeTe: ; enthusiastic'I, ing," said Mr., Instate .iuch .od-the
<<:_ a permanent permit or a continuanceof 1 the The list of l local; mevu.'.'in. the quota Petroleum
/" the present' one will be granted in praise of-the *,splendid program{ year "it seems ,..it will c.ord' -I are: > oil war council, has 72;oil executive
the three-year-old or- Certainly it 'is a, of I .
rendered by
,--- Richard'Lawson, Clewiston.. (Continued on Page'4)
I
; I
: ganization. great importance and
t'nterested.'I Ellis Morris, New Smyrna.
C. 'E. Miner acted as Master of be solved with the : Mississippi.
Joe Garner, Scooba
BOARD\ '
; EVERGLADES the various I mon sense 'that ,a man .
introduced
-: Ceremonies, and Richard Raiford, Slater, Fla.. THREE SCOUTS GET
numbers., At one point he call( to his own business' Joseph Koon, Clewiston. '.

I attention to the Service flag displayed household.. It is
: TO FORMULATE PLAN ed : Charlie Sasser, Clewiston. l
;
.IV..1: at the students back of and the graduates' stage", representing : of- reduction tax collections in gasoline'this ;- Cy Blackster, Clewiston. EAGLE AWARDS AT

Bennie Clay, Clewiston.
FOR SAVING GLADES the school who are serving in the proximately thirteen :, Otis McGready, Clewiston. I.

Armed forces of the United States. and that is a bleak John Henry Davis, Clewiston. MEETING TUESDAYMoore

liar Miner also showed the audience However, to Jesse Lee O'Neal, Dunnellon, Fla

l; The Board of Supervisors of Ever'' naturalization papers of Band Instructor I believe the liquor I Menzo Reed, Belle Glade, Fla.

1/4.. glades Drainage District, at a meet Frank C.; Sturchio, which in a greater amount : I Claud Jones, Clewiston. ( Haven Democrat)

f in Miami with Mr. Sturchio recently received aftera II' But more important Eu-
' ing held last week Emmett Page, transferred to For the first time in the history

other interested agencies, agreed to lengthy struggle. The applauseof I fact, that we are ,'just to, I laula, Alabama, and will leave with of Everglades Scouting, awards for

assume responsibility for formulation the audience welcomed Mr. realize an i the next group from that board.

of an overall development and Sturchio as "one of Uncle Sam's lection of taxes under Robert Lewis, Hartford, Conn. attainment, of the Eagle Scout rank,

V ; conservation plan for the Everglades boys." structure for which W. C. Wright, Sears, Fla. highest official rank in Scouting thesame ,
at
to prevent the threatened destruc- Several specialty numbers were nor Holland to : Louis Hardy, Clewistonj: were awarded to three boys

tion of the area by fire and other given during the evening and all were passed at the last Johnny Murray, Jr., Abbeville, Ga.' Court of ,Honor held here

forces. well-received. These were cornet I was first applicable ,, Sam Knight; LaBelle, Fla. Tuesday night. The boys were Roy

,1 i Members of such agencies as the solos by Alfred Sturchio and Professor and the benefit of Charles Spencer Jenkins, ,Clewiston. -, Donald Lundy, Kenneth Farnam and-

; Soil Science Society, Fire Board, and Sturchio, piano solos by Miss assessment is just now Jimmy Don Wilson.

Okeechobee Flood Control Board Nora Oglesby; and a ba'ton-twirling the first time. I Charlie Will Harrison, Cana. Because of this) award to Moore,
I of Honor
'*:a were in accord that fire, overdrainage solo by Jo Ann Erler. The BarberShop "And. perhaps" most of Point, Fla. Haven boys the Court community in

soil subsidence and soil oxida- Trio, composed of Moon, Drig- all, there are many in Willie S. Silimon, Clewiston. i scheduled for another held

.': tion were causing appalling waste in gers and Deacon_ delighted with their I governmental expenses George L. Brown, Clewiston. the Glades-Hendry District, was

: the district. Representatives of the real barber-shop harmonizing. and should be made, Albert Robinson, transferred tc here instead and was somewhat moieformal
of Hon--
than usual Court .
agencies will meet shortly in Tallahassee Members of the band are: I that most of the' Daytona Beach, Fla. the

with the Internal Improvement Alston C. : or. Close to fifty Scouts, Scoutersand
Cornets: P. McLeod, H. ize that these the banquetand
,i :_ Board, biggest land owner, to Davis, Ed Conkling, Grace Ward, sary and will do their Youth Is Given parents attended Woman's Club
at the
,,, discuss Hhe problems further. Carline Berner, Eleanor Von Mach, them about. When meeting Velde
De
Joe Van
Mrs.
"We realize we've overdrainedthe H. Walston, Anne. Prewitf and Stan- facts and figures Year SentenceFor clubhouse, excellent
Eleven serving an
and
and matter of bald t't preparing,
'Glades, as a ley Wright. gone into, I hope we >

fact we are going to lose the 'GladesIf Clarinets: Bub > Vaughn, Robert the, financial gap I Robberies I dinner.

they are not conserved:" said MarkR Hodges, Bob Topper, Louise Pre- demand isn't quite as it Local J. M. Couse, Chairman of the

Tennant, chairman of the Drain- witt, Charles Benbow, Bruce Beards- might seem at first | Advancement Committee for the digs

, age Board, as various speakers ley, G. ,McLeod, Pat Bailey, Francis "If we actually; Leon Thompson-, Lakeport youth trict, acted as Master of Ceremoniesand visi-
and
phasized the need tor'a Introduced the parents
em-I,O'Brien. "" ditional revenue, who confessed to Constable I. S. Bell
f the Scoutmasters -
'I Trombones D. Thomas, G. Mills, tors. He then asked
plan.The : not shirk: my duty in I several weeks ago that he' was the introduce the members oftheir

r". bright side of the Everglades C. Miner. am not committed to one who had broken into and robbed to which he
after
picture, if proper steps are taken Eb Altos: Jr. Martinez, Bob proposals which have '! several Clewiston homes over a two troop present various officials at-

was shown in a 76-page report prepared Berner, .Harold Broaderick v suggested to raise : ir three week period, pled guilty to introduced the Many of the
meeting.
at the request 'of Governor Snare Drum: Bub Mills I know one thing-if ;: the four charges made against him tending the ''

\ Spessard L. Holland by Clarence R. Bass Drum: A. Sturchio. (Continued on ; in circuit court at LaBelle Monday latter made a brief' talk.

Bitting, president of the U. S. Sugar Baritone: Bobby Knight. ind received sentences aggregatingleven I There were three Scouts present

Corporation, and introduced at the Saxophones: Mauryne Prewitt, ? years in the state penitentiary who advanced from second-class tofirstclass

s meeting by Dr. R. V. Allison, Soil I Jack .Davis ando Ann Crouch. Noted AP from Circuit Judge George W. White- and Rev. S. I. Hendrix

Science Society secretary and member -, Bass: E. Thomas : lurst. I acted as their sponsor. These were

of the Florida ,University fac 1 Clewiston worker at the II Anthony Toulis, Emery Campbell
was a
PIONEER RESIDENTS LEAVINGMr. I Thompson and Randall Chastain of the >lewis-
ulty.Dr. -- sugar house and resided at the Barracks \I
Allison characterized the re- to sell on troop.
his attempt
and it
I Arne, noted } was
Sigrid
Mrs. Minnier, who MooreElaven
and Harry former
Moore,
John A.
port as a clear and comprehensive t Cigarettes he had stolen at a cut i Lt.
the
writer for : .
of chap-
rate the designation "pioneer and now a
Scoutmaster
< analysis of the Everglades problems I Iresidents" Which caused him to be suspect'
V* visitor in Clewiston price
,
of Clewiston, are leaving a U. S. Army Air Force,
tI adding, "I don't believe the Much of the stolen goods was lain with the
this week., Hiss ,sd.
their who
next week to make
Monday of for the boys
Everglades has a greater friend than i I in his room and he immedia- acted as sponsor
widely f und
I stories are ; These
Mr. Bitting as exemplified In this re- I home in Zachary, Louisiana carrying the ely confessed to Constable Bell when were receiving merit badges.
papers who
Mrs. Minnier have lived the three local Scouts
., port. Mr. and she has visited :confronted with this evidence. He included and
; The report suggests six steps to be I I in Clewiston for 16 years, coming United taken to the LaBelle jail and were attaining the Eagle rank
tion of the was Several
\ ';, taken immediately and, as a result I I here In May, 1927. Mr Minnier then moved to Fort Myers where last Sammy Young of Clewiston. La-
: envisions agricultural build the sugarhouse and has Recently her withi ithers from the Clewiston and
of them, a thriving I helped week he attempted to break jail
. 1. development in the Ever-I been employed there ever since. For the Key West section ex- number 7)f other prisoners. He had Belle troops were also eligible for
the
glades,' along with v plants and factories -! many years he has been operator at pected that within a been involved with the law before nerit badge awards but were unableo

': for the processing and fabrication the power house. Lake Okeechobee and- md is said to have been discharged, ; be present at the meeting to receive -
.r a. farm near ish the locale for them. The three Moore ,Haven
Minniers own
of its own products.It The by from the Army because of petty. : "
to retire daily papers should (Continued on Page S) '
stresses the vital need for ef- Zachary and are planning (Continued on page 8)
,- (Continued' on Page 4) and devote their time to their farm.. Clewiston residents






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GREGORYW.N.U. '"

__) t GREGORY .RELEASE A fishbone, may sometimes be When boiling eggs, wet the
removed from the throat by suck shells .
THE STORY SO FAR: Ann Lee and from a point of some small shelter. He turned then still deliberate, ing a lemon. thoroughly'in cold water before
Cole Cody, beneficiaries under two Identical The Judge got a good clear viewof and broke his way through the brush e dropping in boiling'water and
wills of Old Bill Cole, were attempt him and, steadying his hand and to where Tom Gough ,lay with his they will 'not crack.
Ing to discover who! fired the bullet which taking time for it, drove two bullets shoulders wedged against a rock, Comfortable shoes with ordinary *

Caused his death. Suspicion centered into Tom Gough's body. his hands pressed against his chest heels have been found easier 'to Gold-trimmed china needs
special
Waldron, who, posing as
around Rance 'in
the kitchen
wear than
Old Bill's nephew, had taken up residenceat The Judge had but half a dozen I and side. There was a terrible look heeled high- care if the beauty of the goldis
the ranch. Trailed by Cody one nightto paces to go, to come to his big' in Tom Gough's eyes, a 'look of :I the dress shoes and better for to be preserved. 'Wash the
feet.
a deserted cabin Ranee was discov pine, but never made the short dis- fear and of dumb agony and of wild e plates in water less hot than for

ered arguing with the notorious Tom tance. Rance shot him through the pleading, a hopeless pleading for ordinary dishes and always use a
Cough over the many "Jobs" they had upper body, and the old fellow there was no spark of hope in those Pour strained honey over cut mild soap. Do not rub at gold

pulled. Later that night Rance left the sprawled on his face and for a mo- dulling eyes. grapefruit and fill in the spot trim more than is absolutely nec-

ranch, apparently to Join Gough his at the ment lay there, clawing at the dust. "So you're done for, are you, where the core was removed, then essary. Rinse well and drain on

deserted Old Bill's cabin.will Cody to the delivered Judge for copyof safe Doc Joe couldn't spare time off Tom?" said Waldron. He didn't ex. broil until lightly browned. Deli- rubber-covered rack or on towels.

keeping, and Ann,gave her copy'of the to look at him; he could only yell, actly taunt, didn't exactly smile, but cious for breakfast, luncheon or This will prevent chipping of gold-

other Identical will to Doe Joe. "Get up, Judge! You're all right, 'there was the stamp of infinite cruelty as a dinner dessert. trimmed edges.

Now continue with the story. you old fool." ,But he couldn't help callous and unfeeling, in his
look. He said quietly, no emotion
but see how little puffs of dust arose '
rl'
from under the claws which his old whatever' tinging his tone, "Here, ",; f.
CHAPTER XV crony's hands had become, and how I'll lend you a hand." ...J. .z 11 '

the lean tall figure writhed. Heavy man though Tom Goughwas .I1i, 'II# 7 '
Young as the summer was, it wasa Rance Waldron lifted him ease f
lazily languid day by .now, and "We got one down! panted Doc ily and bore him the short distanceto ; :JJJ)1 /

both the judge and Doc Joe were inclined Joe.uWe'll get "that Rance var- the roadside. There he put him '

to a sort of dreamful ease, mint in a minute. down, not more than a score of Count It That k y; :

the horses had expended their first, But somehow his eyes weren't as paces from where the still bodiesof "You had no business to kiss "

early morning zest, and the home- clear as they used to be; he had to the Judge and Doc Joe lay. :"It tvasn't business, it was a pleasure.me.

ward journey lacked the speed and blink them once. And there was a "Those two are dead, Tom," said err
dash marking its first phase, from tremor in his hand, no matter how Rance. "Folks'll find ,them tomor- /.7rI F r Yi

Bald Eagle to the King Cole Ranch. steady and firm his will. ,Rance, row. They'll find you, too. They'llsay Reason Aplenty

Now the sun was higher and warmer unafraid it would appear, and con- you stuck 'em up, and you three "There's, no need for you to

,- now the two old cronies were temptuous, laughed at him and fired shot it out-and all three of you shout," said the dentist. "I

drowsy and pleasurably' sentimental -I and sang out all together, cut one another down." haven't touched your tooth yet."

,' their eyes heavy-lidded from "That for you, you meddling old "For God's sake, Rance!" "No," said the patient, "but @ Olivia de w .gvrai
last indulgence-and in, a you're standing on corn." sro,
night's fool! Rance shot him twice through the my Of the ataer, meads

spot where the narrow road wound Old Doc Joe spat back at him body. It wouldn't do to have all star..StTGW' tb Blends Powder, re f or tetthy.

down into a cool and shady ravine with verbal vitriol and hot lead- three men shot through the head! "He'll never make a soldier," Caloxt

both men were rudely startled whena glad to _be fighting-even though he I He emptied the pockets of both exclaimed the sergeant of the thatshiae

man on horseback cut unexpectedly knew the Judge had not as yet I the Judge and Doc Joe. He glancedat knock-kneed recruit. "When his CALO X po,
into the road in front of them .
.
risen. Doc Joe himself surged up the two wills and put them into legs above his knees stand at at- rY .:.:, :N.r.

and issued mask his orders. The from man a to his feet at last, but only in time, his pocket. He gathered up the rest tention, below they stand at ease."

wore a improvised to drop again, his weapon falling of their personal effects, money and
bandana handkerchief, and his voice IRRITATIONS OF
I from his suddenly limp grasp. watches, and dropped the lot closeto S KIN U
was a strange muffled voice-he
might have had pebbles in his mouth I Ranee Waldron stood stone still Tom Gough's outflung hand. Then Couldn't Hold It EXTERNAL CAUSEacne

words where he was, save for the swift, 'he went to Tom Gough's horse and Hearing a crash on the plat- pimples, bumps (blackheads, and
-and his few briskly spoken
sure movement ,of his fingers reloading rode away into the 'thickest of the form, the stationmaster dashedout ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
were to the effect that the Judge miseries with simple home treatment.
where ; his eyes were hard and wooded hills, leaving I his,own horse, of his room. He was just in Goes to work at once. Direct'action, aids
and Doc Joe to
,were stop
for bright and suspicious, bent shrewdr not dead yet, but dying slowly, to time to see the tail of the train healing,works the antiseptic way. Use
they were and not reach any vanish from while Black and White Ointment only as dlreeled. -*
kick its life out. sight, a ,very .
guns provided they carried such articles 10c.25c.50c sizes.25 years successMoneyback
dishevelled young man lay flat on guarantee Vital In
-as, naturally, both did. I cleansing la good famous
his face surrounded milk soap.
It was a sweet day, averred young by upset I Black! and White Skin Soap dally.
"Who do you think you are, the k Gaucho Ortega, idling homeward cans and the contents of his suit-

old Judge snorted "telling us whereto .- from Bald Eagle, as he came first case.

head in?" of all upon the wreckage of brutal "Was he trying to catch the

"I want everything in your pock- tragedy. train?" the official asked a small MUSCULARRHEUMATIC '
ets," he said "and I want it quick.If "
-y Only three or four miles from
make a fuss about it I'll kill boy."He
you i i town, where a canyon debouchedupon did catch it," replied the PAINSoreness
the two of inside ten seconds.
you l the valley on the farther rim lad, "but it got away again!" and StiffnessYou
They reached for their purses and of which Bald Eagle sunned itself, need to rub on a powerfully
tossed them into the dry, dusty grass he saw the runaway team. He rec soothing) "COUNTER-IRRITANT" like

alongside the road. ognized the horses with a sweeping Medical officers have long rec- Musterole to quickly relieve neuritis

"There you are, Stranger," grum- glance: Doc Joe, and the Judge had ognized tobacco as an aid to morale than rheumatic an old-fashioned aches and mustardplastertohelpbreakuppainfullocuconge pains. Better

bled, Doc Joe. "1ake it." had a runaway., But where were among ;;'our armed forces. onf

'"I said 'I wanted everything in they? Surveys among the men them

your pockets," he was reminded ,in Then, a couple of miles fartheron selves have, shown that tobacco is

a voice which rankled long in his he came upon the three bodies their favorite gift. If you,have. a [IDIDID]

memory. "Everything you've got." r A asprawl in the road or at its edge. friend or relative in the Army,

"That's all we got," roared the "Holy Mother of God!" gasped Navy, Marines, or Coast Guard
Gaucho and turned sick horror who smokes a pipe or rollshisown -
Judge, his hand itching to reach ,
for the old Colt hehadn't, gone with- struck. "Three men dead! And the nothing would be more appreciated Use at first

out for many and many a year, but old Judge and Doc Joe two of than a pound of his favorite sign of a CO LD
tobacco. Prince Albert theworld's
,
them!
. never stirring an inch toward it .
because he knew better. When his wits returned to him he largest-selling smoking to- 666,
bacca, in the pound'can is recommended TABLETS,
"Get a move on, you fools! Turn thought straight to the point: It,was dealers 666 SALVE
less than half a dozen miles backto by local as' an NOSE DROPS
out.
your pockets ideal gift for men.in the service.- I COUGH DROPS.I .
Bald Eagle, more than twice that
They strove to fumble and to hide Adv. / Try Rub-My-Thm" Wonderful lintmenfF
the papers they had carried, that distance to the ranch. So he rode I

given Doc Joe by Ann Lee, that en- back toward Bald Eagle like a dark

trusted to the Judge by Bill Cole streak through the. afternoon sun- .. ,

Cody. But the steady eyes bent ( shine.
upon them were too watchful. And it was the same Gaucho who
tr. ,
later brought the heavy tidings to a rw < }
,,
"Everything I tell '' k0
Empty
you
the King Cole Ranch. ? CAMELS : hi$
your pockets to your nose rags :.
Aunt Jenifer and Ann Lee '>:4k
were
and tobacco. ,
Everything you've got.
Pitch it out and drive on-and geta in the patio, and when,Gaucho burst : ? ARE THE'REAL 't:

move on doing it!" upon them they stared back at him, i, r 'f"

Doc Joe had a pet corn, and, he speechless. At first, so gruat was A THING IN SMOKING ; "'
the shock that felt t
they nothing; :
was apt to slaughter] a man who
they couldn't make his running '}' ',<' -,
trod on it. And certainly none knew The beast reared screamed and words make sense, there was no PLEASURE FOR MY
about this better than did
corn the
fell pawing the air. reality in what he was voicing so -

Judge. wildly. The, Judge and Doc Joe, TASTe AND MY
And now the Judge trod heavilyand Iy[ upon the two old men lying one ,dead? Dead When so little a while ,- >' Yxy'

deliberately on Doc Joe's corn. in the dusty road, the other at its THROATTHEY SUIT
And Doc Joe already stung almost agoAnd I
,
side. He saw that there was nevera didn't word didn't
they say a ,
beyond endurance, caught the signal twitch in Doc Joe's body he
; ask didn't look at
a question, even ME TO A
and was glad to have'the Judge : 'T't
marked how feebly the Judge strug- each other until Gaucho sped awayto t :
with him, and like one man the two
gled, still face down, still unable to find Cal Roundtree arid the 'other -
of them went for:their guns. turn over. Then for ,an instant only boys and tell all that had hap-
Actuated by the same instinctive his hard bright eyes flicked toward
For there
pened. one thing, was
Impulse, alike not caring for their the brush down into which Tom if hur- r ,
-nothing to ask, so complete ,
present position on the buggy seat, Gough had spilled. ried had been the,boy's details. And

as they snatched at their side arms "Tom!" he called. "Tom! Are there was nothing to say. fi.r?u

they threw themselves clear. you all right? Or. are you done for? Ann was hushed, but not for long..
Their horses,' left to their own device Playing possum,' to keep out of the Hope that, will not down without a <;%fL

startled by the crash of gunfire fight, or dying? Speak up, man!" death struggle sprang up in her
bolted, headed straight toward "I'm all shot Rance.
up, Helpme breast. '
had the man been halted.at whose command they quick; I'll bleed to death.". "Maybe they are not really ara4:;. 4Ya/

dead!" she exclaimed excitedly. "A wzi:
"You're always getting yourselfall
His horse started to lunge, as the
team almost shot up; you're always bleedingto man can be shot, he can be badly
frightened ran him
his bandana death" grumbled Rance. "Whatare hurt, unconscious, even, and yet Mora Schell,who works on automatic control
down; slipped; both devices at a Sperry Gyroscope Co. plant
,live!
good for? Bleed and be
you
Judge and Doc Joe saw who.it was. ,
darned to you." ,And she started running to themen's
"Rance Waldron! roared the old
Judge and, his shooting skill not be- He stepped along then, not toward, quarters.She .
small knot oi
ing quite what it had been once Tom Gough but toward the two old came upon a "n" n 4&J- -
time men in the road, a,fully loaded men, Cole Cody and Cal Roundtree
a a long time shotWaldron's gun -
upon ago, THE ZONEWHERE
Porfirio others -
and and two groupedin
horse through the throat. in each of his hands. He came
The beast reared and screamed and first to Doc Joe, stopped and stood a sort of circle, their heads down, CIGARETTES ARE JUDGED
their boot toes for the most part
fell pawing the air with flailing looking down at him, then movedon
hoots; Rance Waldron leaped clear.A muttering, "Deader'n a door scraping in the dirt, as they listenedto -T-ZONE--Taste and Throat-is the
Gaucho's She screamedat
words.
sharp cry of warning burst from nail, and a good job too." them before she reached them tc proving ground for cigarettes. Only your
The Judge as final of taste and throat can decide which cigarette -
Doc Joe."Judge. a, spasm C
for doctor to do what ,
they
hurry a ,
'
tastes best ,to and how it affects 7 '
strength swept along final you.
Look out! There's another on a could to save two.lives which other
throat. Based the experience of ,
of them hid in the busheslikewhen spasm of pain, sat up; he even wise might be lost even while they your on --
millions of smokers, we believe Camels .4
for his fallen and ,
they held the stage the groped gun foundit.
up
stood here doing nothing.Cal -
will suit mT-ZONE" .1.-
other day!" I All the strength he could sum- turned on his heel. your a d

The runaway team went thunder- mon was needed to lift the heavy
"I'm off to town, boys. I'll take
ing down the road. Taking advan- Colt .45. But there was living mur- care of things if anything's needed.

tage of a moment of confusion, the der in his eyes and, though he did Come along, Cody?"

Judge strove to scramble behind a not speak, he cursed Rance Wal- Cody shook his head. *&r

big pine. Rance, on foot now was dron. "Later maybe, Cal; in the,, buckboard aA'fE ,<

firing again, and bullets came whiz- Deliberately, not hastening, Rance if I do come, so you better
zing from the man whom Doc Joe Waldron shot him square betweenthe not wait."

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. HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST. D. D. S
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chl aso. fnttcU. ,
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. PEEVE Lesson for March 28 trt..gedle.s-

They rrnhe rreftel
Lesson nubjects and Scripture texts selected -
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1 THE APPEARANCES AFTER THE
I RESURRECTION
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LESSON TEXT-John 201931.
GOLDEN TEXT-I am alive for ever
more.-Revelation 1:18.

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The most important day in all his-
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tory was the first day of the week
following the crucifixion of 'Christ.

(WNIrService) ___ Then He appeared to His disciples CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
as' their risen Lord. All the hope of
all mankind for all eternity depended -
O aO Q c Q O 5 L: '
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on His victory over death.
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By eventide news had come to the
o"f:7 disciples of His ''resurrection, and FOOT REMEDYNew
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half in hope and half in uncertaintythey -

\ 0o had gathered to talk over these callouses Scientific, bunions Discovery.permanently.Removes corns yearsold
& 0C ) 0 matters. Fearful of the Jews, they has never failed. Costs 50c. Don't

0rM 7Oo' 'met behind closed doors. All at send Wright stamps.,System Testimonials,Box 620,Des by Moines.request.Iowa.PERFECIGROOMING The.
once He was there-the Lord Him-

self. What a wonderful change came
,','; over them as He made Himself S
0 known to them. They wentI.

From Fear to Gladness (vv. OLAfflONI

19, 20). (
Their, eyes had been upon their
enemies and they were afraid. Now

..' :giav2y they "were glad,. when they 'saw With FortuneIf
the Lord." We need to learn that fortune favors you do not be

lesson. If we look :within we are elated; if she frowns do not de

: L/ ashamed and discouraged. If we spond.-Ausonius. S

J look around us we are confused and

; fearful. If we look to Christ we
." are glad and strong. HELPS PREVENT

Notice that their joy was"not based

::4W .GoRRYT only on an emotional impulse. They
) From Developing
: HOW saw Christ in His resurrection C'O 1D S

p PAgE you "s I THOUGHT body-the very One who had died. ...At the first sneeze
KISS I YOU WERE The evidence was there before them. sniffle or sign of nasal irritation,put a
? .':' SISTER!I! Now could understand the few drops of Vicks Va-tro-nolup each
.. .. MY they
ME ..;;:::: I nostril. Its quick action 4yQv
things He had said to them. The <
.s aids nature's defenses
: Jo '
H.H "Sc whole realm of spiritual truth was against colds. Follow VICKS Jtl.
> ,
0 ) k now in focus again, and they were directions .folder.. VA.IRONOLGather
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, d /( glad. So are we when we really see
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Christ.II. .
/ ) ? Sc From Weakness to Strength Your Scrap; *


.: p ., + :K'.M: .Sc'V (vv.__The 21-23)disciples. who were- called 5S to Throw It at Hitler!

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: be witnesses for Christ had lost their
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S S .c.. L testimony when He died on the cross.

., / ... <'H Unbelief and discouragement had so Double-Purpose
,. < .
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'. '' ') weakened them that they were in,
; '
<> ..-:- : hiding instead of being out proclaiming Laxative Gives

.5 His truth.,
:.' Now the risen ,and victorious One More SatisfactionDon't
/ 'them forth with the Father's
sent
;'-;:, : : >:,": .,. blessing. They we're empowered by be satisfied just to relieve your
Sc present constipated condition. Meet
ThERP. \ V the Holy Spirit, and given great authority this problem more thoroughly by
tAM (v. 23). Note that it was toning up your intestinal system.
: For this Double-Purpose, use Dr.Hitchcock's .
to the lead-
/ given not to one man or All-Vegetable Laxative
< ers, but to all the disciples. It was Powder-an Intestinal Tonic Laxa-

.,;. :/ "a declarative right, and it belongsto tive. It not only acts gently and
';' :: 'true disciple. Those who thoroughly, but tones lazy bowel
every
: satisfaction.Dr. .
S : muscles-giving more
have received the gift of the Holy
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1 < S Hitchcock's Laxative Powder
<
.;. : By ., Sc .,/. ..- Spirit are in a position to declareto helps relieve Dizzy Spells, Sour
"< 'F men that their sincere repentance Stomach, Gas, Headache, and that
%%
.:;, : J. Millar Watts 4' :' brings forgiveness" (Douglass). The dull sluggish feeling commonly referred -
: : : < ,. to as Biliousness,when causedby
is also true.
Sc"V. opposite Constipation. Use only as di-
% > \ V :, V'F III. From Doubt to Faith (-vv. 24- rected. 15 doses for only lOco Large
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28). family size 25c. Adv.
% \ F Thomas, who had doubts and who

5 cultivated them by his stubborn attitude --
',WNu fT&u! ty"rb.ts-TUUCa.' I.) (v. 25), did himself and his

brethren a serious disservice by be-

ing absent from the meeting on the
MAKE UP YOUR '\ ((8Lrr : KNEW 8E'rTETRANSLATE !! evening of the first Easter Day. :

.: : MIND-ARE YOU GOING \ '>------- THAT SALESMAN When he did appear he had only

: T08EAAIUREMA1DFOR CCMEW MY OFFICEAN'HE doubts to contribute. Let those who H IN FEAThERS1You
YOUR SISTER.OR I ,- TALKED MY HEAD make a custom of absenting them-
I o ARE'YOU MY I selves from the place and hour of

: $ rNOG/ ; ; ( ) service beware lest they do like-

M wise. WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM*
His doubts were honest onesandGod
S:, E always meets such questions,
honestly and intelligently. When the HOT flASHESIt

evidence was before him, the heartof
'Bo Thomas leaped the chasm from you suffer from hot flashes,dizziness -
distress of"Irregularities", are
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doubt to faith in one cry of com- weak, nervous. Irritable blue at
0D
plete devotion (v. 28). times-due to the functional
It is significant that down throughthe "middle-age" period In a woman's
E. Plnkham's Vege-
life-try Lydia
ages many doubters have been best-known
table Compound-the
I Y.
: won to Christ by the proof of medicine you can buy today that's
"" Christ which is made especially JOT women.Plnkham's .
,'''' ', the resurrection of ,
" : Compound has helped
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; of historical schol-
by the'testimony thousands upon thousands of women -
: ,:: .. VVHERE DID YOU SET ars "the best authenticated fact in to relieve such annoying symp-
' ; S THE NEW HEAP, MR. all history." The risen Christ stands ham's toms.Follow Compound label Is directions.worth tT1inglWNU7 Pink-

,; >-, BOSS, before men today and says, "Be not '-5
"., ., T LOOKIM'! faithless but believing." May many

respond with Thomas, "My Lord 12-43
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E and my God."
:' ," S IV. From Death to Life (vv. 29-

.Lr: : N 31).
Christ arose from the dead not
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but Paul puts it, "for
do so, as
: Q our justification" ,(Rom. 4:25).' The And Your Strength and
S. '""=- reality and dependability of the en- Energy Below ParIt

tire plan of salvation hinged on the may be caused by disorder of kidney -
'l return of Christ from the dead. function that permits poisonous
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Had the grave held Him, His claimsof people feel tired weak and miserable
when the kidneys fall to'remove excess
deity and of the ability to for- acids and other waste matter from the
give sin would have been entirely Wood. -
S He lives You may Buffer nagging backache
EXTREME PUNISHMENT TAKE IT EASYA IT discredited. Because we rheumatic pains headaches dizziness.,
", shall live. ettine up nighta leg pains, swelling

' .5 5 Little Johnny started the day by parrot lived in the bar of an inn, One dark night in,Prague a Czech The experience of regeneration is Sometimes with smarting frequent and and,burning scanty urination is with another --

introducing the cat to the canary. and was accustomed to note the rushof policeman spotted a man who appeared therefore likened in Scripture to a the kidneys sign that or bladder.something is wrong
Next he upset the bowl of goldfish, busines, every Saturday night. to be chalking something on passing from death to life (John There should be no doubt that prompt Use
S twisted a knob oft the wireless, tookgranddad's One Safurday it left its cage to a wall. Going closer he saw, writtenin 5:24). Thomas, saw the Lord, and Deans treatment Pill is wiser It Is better thaa neglect.to rely on a
words "Perish Hit- believing, passed from doubt to medicine that has won countrywide approval -
watch to pieces to see explore the neighborhood, and was Czech, the : less favorably
what made it tick,,spilt ink over the eventually found in a field surrounded ler!" faith. We 'cannot see Him now, but !known.than Doan't oa have something been tried and tested .
let the who depriving Immediately the conscientious we have the blessed privilege of be- many yeara.-Are at all drug store*
carpet, bath overflow, and by crows- were busily policeman
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life'vv.. Get Doan't today.
lieving and thus receiving %
5- kicked his nurse on the shins. it of its'feathers. stopped and shouted indig-
.5 "The little fiend!" his mother said When the rescue party arrived, the nantly at his countryman: 29, 31). S
when she was told;''''TU punish him parrot was heard ejaculating: "Oneat "Fool! Haven't you heard that all This was the message: which the

for that. Now he shan't go..to Sun a time, gentlemen, if you please. public inscriptions must be written now radiant and empowered disciples -
day schdoll" One ht'a time; y '!!_all_be served" first in German and then in Czech?" went out to preach.


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WAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY APRIL 2, 194 f


I Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana passed fairly quickly. My promo- the nation, including beef an"d"dairy and citizens to get action in Wash-
1
The Clewiston News Sandy spent two weeks in the hos- tions came along in a hurry when husbandry, vegetable oils and- fats, ington and relieve the oil situation.,
I pital with the German measles, they 'finally got started. From starches and sugar as well as 'de'- Individual efforts, he said, have not
I I which didn't seem to bother him March of last year to October I wasa hydration and quick-freezing facili- proven very' effective. He said that
Florida Published, by every the Friday CLEWISTON In Clewiston NEWS,, very much. He says he's getting buck-private just trying to get ties for utilization of present vegetable .- the present waterway could in six-
inc. preliminary training now and his along in this man's army. Evidently crops. months, be):> made an eight-foot canalat
company is being put through the I succeeded pretty well because 6., The program must avoid all a cost of not more than a quarterof -
KEATHLEY BOWDEN: Editor process of learning to march; but then in October I made my first ad- semblance of "something for noth- a million dollars.
J they have a good bunch of. non-coms, vancement to a corporalcy and then ing" and should__concentrate on sup- Pledges of full cooperation were
Entered .as second class mall matter:I' and he even had a good word for in successive months I was promoted I plying such assurances as a prudentand II given by Mayor Val Cleary of Miami
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office in I the first lieutenant. He delights in to a Sergeant then capable person may expect in Beach, Mayor Jimmy Owen of West
Clewiston, Florida. ., under the Act of I quoting the menu to Betty and which last I now Staff-sergeant\\the protection of his capital and effort Palm Beach,' Mayor Fitzsimmons of
(March 3,- 1897.Subscription ,
? I I whether he adds to it as he goes am a technician I will probably hold against unjust attack and harassment .I Fort Myers Mayor: F. D. Duff of
-' along or not, it really sounds good. this, last rating for the duration, as I I Clewiston, Mayor Dennis Small of
Rate 52.00 1'cr Year. '1 I The latest: pork chops, mashed po- the higher ratings call for different The report also forsees great LaBelle, Mayor Mack Greene of
.A.d't"ertI"ln Rates On Application. tatoes, two vegetables, apple and I! type of work."I strides being made in the Florida Moore Haven and Mayor A. E., Kirch-
I I celery salad, hot rolls, lemonade and am glad to know that the cattle and dairy industries, the pos man of Belle Glade; Talks were also -. '"
chocolate pie. civic center has been turned over to, sibilities for greater vegetable, sugar, made by Dr. Bradford, treasurerof
Devoted to the advancement and Ilendry and County.welfare I I Sandy is beginning four weeks recreation work for the Cadets and peanut and medicinal plant produc- the organization, and by Ben Herr,
of Clewiston basic training and will follow that other military personnel No one tions. It lists hundreds of potential secretary of the Okeechobee Flood;
with three months in school. He is will ever quite realize just how products as being available from Control District, who assisted Mr.
in the "finance training battallion," much such ,centers mean to the men crops suited to cultivation\ in the Graham in Washington.
/ MEMBER cft II' which sounds as though he will fol- in the armed forces unless personally Florida: peninsula. During a recess resolutions were-
FLORI D*PRESS ASSOCIATIONS \ Bitting also emphasized" the development drawn to
.up Governor
I Spessard L
experienced.
e NAITCWAL(EDITORIAL, ASSOCIATION V low his own line of work some-
)
1941 V 'I where In the Army.An "Your column 'With Our Boys in; I of the peninsula area as Holland ,asking him to petition the-
I IjS I interesting letter was received the Service' is really ,swell. It is I i outlined can result in well-paid em- proper federal authorities to givE immediate -
Ij II I by the News this week from Dr. nice to be able to read it and learn ployment for 450,000 heads of families assistance in opening the-

. . .. j W. F. Purdon, in Fort Lewis, Wash where my friends are and what they I[ and thus play an important part waterway to cross-state oil barge
..:-:..:-:..:-:N:N1N:N1-:i./::1.M1, ington.. He {writes: It has been a are doing." in the transfer' from a war-time to traffic and to give serious thought to
I real source of pleasure to me to get And a short but greatly appreciated a peace-time economy, eliminatingthe the suggestions of Sen. Graham. The
first-hand information of the folks note came this week from Guy threat of post-war unemployment. resolutions were unanimously passed.
With back home and what is occurring Nelson, who is spending most of his .
there. time at sea' these days. He says "I
"Perhaps you will be interestedin wish to express my appreciation for Mayor Pledges- TO SELL
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knowing something of what I The Clewiston News. I can hardly c
.Our .Boys am doing at present. It has fallen express my thanks enough. (Continued from Page 1) 'EM, TELL
r'- my lot to be in charge of a dis-I "Before I began receiving the members, he said, 28 of whom have: 'E I-
pensary in which medical services News I knew little of what was hap'II been indicted on federal law :vio
in theService are rendered to a soldier population I pening' at home. Now I am able to lations. With An Ad
1 approximately equal to that of learn of my friends who are in and I He said that his experience withwooden ]
Clewiston itself. Our 'practice' is out of service. barging on Florida canals,,
strikingly similar to that found in "Again I express my thanks. To I I and he was substantiated by others
I civilian life with two exceptions, : my pals in the service I wish to say I(I present, that deepening of the Ares
namely: a greater number of accident .. hello and good luck." ent waterway would not be neede'dto
.1.1I .IN cases, which, due to the type of send through a greater part of the l INVEST: 10% OF YOUR
work indulged in around here is to Everglades Drainage oil needed by the Eastern Seaboard;;
:N:N:N N N:N:N:N:M:N N N:N:11 N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:A:N: be expected; and, the almost total that 300,000 barrels a day could b e l INCOME INWa'r
lack of women patients. Howeverthis barged through at present where
All eyes in Clewiston are on Ken lack is not quite total because (Continued from Page 1) only 30,000 barrels a day could be
Swayne these days for the reason every now and then one of the post- ficient water control to provide an delivered by pipe-line. Graham Bonds
that he's the first married man to exchange girls, spills some hot coffeeon adequate domestic supply, which is pointed out that Texas oil is now being .
be called by the Clewiston board for herself or managed to eut her- now a serious problem of lower east I I barged through a canal of seven-
physical examination and ? '? ? The self. ,All in all it has been a profit- coast cities. Such control will alsoprovide I foot depth, the same oil which -is
local board has classed as married able experience for me and I believe' agricultural water supplies; said can not be moved through an
men all who were married before that I have been of some benefit to, aid soil conditions, eliminate fires eight-foot canal. II
Pearl Harbor. Those married since the 'boys' and the government. I and smoke, moderate winter temper- The speaker said that he had beer
retain their single status as far as "My wife writes me telling of the!' atures and restore wild life, the re- told by E. B. Germany, one of the
the selective service board is con- beautiful weather you are having in port points out. largest independent oil dealers ir I AFTER THE WAR YOU

cerned. Clewiston married men who Florida. I wish that I might re- The recommended six steps include Texas, that he could deliver to Port WILL WANT TO BUILD
have gone have either been sent by I ciprocate, but such is not to be. : St. Joe all of the oil that Florida :
other boards or have volunteered.But Washington is a beautiful state, almost 1. Elimination of waste causedby might need to go into the oil busi- YOUR OWN HOME. CONSIDER -
the war is beginning to pinch: as pretty as Florida, but it, soil fires soil oxidation soil sub- ness and he advocated, should other.I
tighter and tighter and the picture most certainly does not come even j sidence and fresh-water run-off to efforts >ail, that the state build a,i INVESTING PART
must of necessity change. close to matching Florida's 20,000 barrel refinery at Tampa and
climate. the sea. These can be achieved by OF THE REMAINING 85%,
Sandy Bell, who went up last "It is now over a year since I I rewatering undeveloped interior 10,000 barrel refineries- at Miami l
month as a volunteer has landed in was> sworn in but time seems to have areas of the. 'Glades. i I and Jacksonville produce gasoline OF YOUR INCOME IN A
, 2. Incorporation of isolated I t and oils for the citizens of the state
,- I II drainage operations within the plan lat I I a great saving to them and a
for the entire district, and development I considerable profit to'the state. As Homesite
of methods for controlling and ]I an alternative he suggested'that the I
coordinating future operations. I I I: Governor let the State Road De-
3. Preparation of plans for grad partment haul gasoline from Port
ually extending water control to adjoining St. Joe to all parts of the state
i areas to bring into production where' needed.
"close-in" acreage. I President A. D. H. Fossey openedthe I CLEWISTON REALTY
4. Development of a program to meeting' by explaining that the
r u encourage crop production and facilities I'purpose of the Atlantic and Gulf and DEVELOPMENT
r for the processing of such Canals Association is to try to forma
' y Ya yj agricultural operations. bloc of the seventeen Eastern Seaboard CORPORATION
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5. Immediate encouragement states through mayors, goV-
should be given pressing needs of ernors, congressional representatives I

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'II'I, good old offender dashes up:breathless and

l LATE. Perhaps he hasn't realized that today'swar / F _
do not permit such delays. '
travel conditions '
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and waY workers must *. -- -- -- '
Fighting men that time must,not be "How about joinin' us in'a"game, Judge?..',; from grain in the government's 870,000: ton ,
means
schedule-and I'll drop out for a while." I synthetic rubber program. '!
be main-
wasted at bus stops if schedules are to "Sorry, Phil, but I can't today..I'm on "I also verified the fact that no distiller is l '

,tained. my,way up to the hospital to see how Frank's making whiskey today. They all stopped ..1.J' -
Miller's DrugStore I wife is coming along. I just dropped by to' making whiskey last year and are working : I
J \ give you the answer to that question you night and day, 7 days a week, producing war I .,
ao ;:: asked me about synthetic rubber yesterday j, (/alcohol for the government..for smokeless ,
Q PKk 72 In the barber shop. I looked it up and found> powder, chemical warfare materials, medical :
<. .r, KjrlMs 5)Iout that the beverage distilling industry's ] supplies, as well as for synthetic rubber. It's', I

p Na" Canal Point, Fla.omDAMOTORllKES. t 6 f 1 I J", facilities for producing grain alcohol make its j| .. 'a mighty good thing these distill ri were in' ;
MN r j possible to include 200,000 tons of rubber! 'existence ready to dothis_ important job., '

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: ,Mrs. L. M. Oliphant, who has been I'I land, secretary, Mrs. Edwin O. Ward, joy the fellowship. Morning ser- piece orchestra and dancing was; ent-

the: guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. treasurer, Mrs. T. E. Markette. The vices each morning at 10 A. M. joyed till a late hour. Hot-dogs were
Crf Wilson, for two weeks- left Tuesday next meeting will be with Mrs. Ruth Evening services at 8:30 'P. M. served during the evening.

r Lk Personals J. evening for her home in Mari-' Wilcox as hostess and will be- held 150 IN SUNDAY SCHOOL is not Decorations for the dance were-

etta, Ga. at her home. an impossibility for our church. Our
arranged by Mrs. N. C. Ellis, and!
Mrs. Durst served refreshments of Sunday School has been on the uphill other chairmen were invitations,

C. J. Nielsen spent the week-end individual cakes and fruit juice to climbrecently} and with very Mrs. J. K. Keine, music, Mrs.. "WX G;,
: Misses Marguerite and Laura Mi- in Fort Pierce. Mrs. Nielsen, who Mrs Walter F. Purdon, Mrs. Joe M. little effort we can far exceed this] King, entertainment, Mrs Sam-:

;7 zelle spent the week-end in Miami. I IJ i. has been visiting her sister, Mrs. I. Hall, Miss Florine Moore, Miss goal. Will you-do your part? Come I Schneider,_ food, Mrs. H. P. Hardfc
, -- I 0.: Bishop, there, returned with him I Roberta Spicer, Mrs. Sandy Bell, next,Sunday and bring a friend with! and door chairman:Mrs. R. E. Peters.,
' ':,: '. Mrs G. L. Sims of Canal Point?!I Sunday. ( Mrs. Ruth Wilcox, Mrs. E. O. Ward, you. If you are not a member' of I

; :':. visited in Clewiston Monday. 'I Ia --- i Mrs. Westmoreland, Mrs. Montgomery any Sunday',School in our com'munH Wave Enlistee Leaves
.. .. -- I I Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Altman are Mrs. C. E. Gerick and a guest, we urge you: to be with "us next
the parents of a baby boy who was Mrs. Agnes Marshall. Sunday.
; ; Mrs. W. G. .Reid has returned
', from a visit in Miami. born this morning in a Little Rock, PRAYER MEETINGS-At eight- For Training School:

-- Arkansas, hospital. Mrs. Altman has BRIDGE CLUBS fifteen each evening there are group .
,
. \ been' visiting her parents in Little I meetings for ladies
: Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn spent prayer men and
, : ',." the week-end with friends' Lake- Rock for several weeks., I Mrs. Foy Durrence was hostess to young people. Come fifteen minutes 1 Miss Jessie' Maloy, who has been II
land. j her bridge club at her home Tues- earlier and join with others inl employed for several months in theSugar -

..: > Mr. and Mrs Munselle Stone are I. dar: night, Mrs. Curtis Thompson prayer for God's will to be done in. Office: resigned her position

:, '. "Mrs. G. H. Brown, accompanied proud parents of 'a baby daughter, 1( winning high score prize, Mrs. R. M. i the hearts and lives of the people there on April 1st and has enlisted'

.' by Mrs. C. J. Brown of South Bay' who arrived early this morning at Hare, Jr, second high and. Mrs. C. L. I of our community. in the WAVES.
spent Monday and Tuesday in Miami.)! the local hospital. The young )lady I iMcClendon was low. IF YOU ARE A VISITOR in town Miss Maloy has completed all her-

.. I weighed 6 pounds 9 ounces and :she; ,- Mrs: Durrence served pineapple for the week-end or a short periodwe preliminary examinations and has:

'5 ,:r J. H. McCree, U; S. Army, station' and her mother are doing nicely. I' upside down cake with ice cream cordially invite :you to worship been accepted. She has received orders -

;J ;;;: ed at Miami Beach, was the guest and hot tea to Mrs Thompson, Mrs. with us. You will, be greeted by a to report on April 20th for
1 c.: of friends here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs Elbert L. Stewart Hare, Mrs.' McClendon, Mrs. George friendly people. training in the WAVE training

); will leave Sunday for Tallahassee, Crow, Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs.' A. W. school in. Hunter College, New York
;"4.' Mr. and Mrs C. E. Bailey were where, Mr. Stewart will remain dur- I Lawrence and Mrs. Doyle Alexander.Mrs. COMMUNITY CHURCH, City. She plans to visit with her-

'". business visitors in. Miami .Wednes- ing the session of the legislature as John N. Montgomery, Minister mother in Pahokee until she leaves

day. Hendry County's representative. Mrs. I G. B. Thomas entertained : for 'New York..
.,. / -- Stewart expects to return to Clew' ''her bridge club Wednesday afternoon I !9:45-:'Church School.

", '. Mrs. Ruth 1\C Wilcox was a business iston after \three weeks' stay. They Mrs. F. E. Conkling won a 11:00-Morning Worship. Holy If you haven't already done your-

:B, visitor in Jacksonville this ,will make their home at the Flor- I household gadget as first, prize and I Communion. part toward helping the Red' Cross?

'"_, :week. idan,.Hotel while in the state, capital. Mrs. R. C. Wilson a box of candy as, 6:30-Junior Christian Endeavor. War Fund Drive you should do sc

c'-"t; -- cut prize. !' 7:30-Evening Worship. Guest at
once.-give all you possibly card...
.y.'. Mrs. Phil Bartz and Mrs. G. G. !I Mr., .and Mrs. Larry; H. Nash are Chocolate pie and coffee were'served I minister, Rev. Carl H. White.
!fir, : Glasgow were visitors in West Palm parents of a baby son, which has after play and a novelty Easter T _
ak w :::: Beach Tuesday. been named Jeffrey Kelham Nash. candle was given to each guest. I We invite you ,to worship with us '

: {fi{, I The baby was born in the Fort Present were Mrs. Conkling, Mrs. I this Sunday. The Sacrament Of Holy FOR SALE
will be celebrated at the
Communion
Mrs. J. C. Ziler has returned from Pierce Hospital Monday, April 22, Wilson, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. H.
; : .,. .,: a visit, with her parents in Brooklyn, I'and weighed nine pounds. His father R. Hall, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. morning service. All who love Christare DRAINAGE PUMPS,
invited to the Lord's Table.In .
ft. :. ". .;, New York. I is a Sergeant In the Army and Dave Alston,. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Two New Drainage Pumps,. up t..
the absence of the pastor the
'.f.r : is now with troops Overseas. Mrs. K. Bowden. ,
250,000 Gals hour
:' I I per) capacity
t Rev. Carl H. White of Punta Gorda
*c,: Mrs. G., E. Wenzloff and Mrs. G. Propeller type,. 5}2 ft. lift-without
will be at
.*>,; .,: :; B. Rackstrawyere visitors Tuesday I Mrs. H. C. Avant and H. A. Land I CLUBS SHARE WORKAS service guest and will'minister moderate the the evening" con- Engine. $200.00.J. .
jn West Palm BeachN' i took Shari Land to Fort Myers Wednesday HOSTS FOR CADETSMrs.
>
{; ;; II; for medical attention. Shari I gressional meeting Monday evening. M. Parshall Machine. '
J"" '
fell from her bicycle last week and Monday evening _at 6.30 is the
"
'$ John Elrnore has returned from I E. L. Stewart, chairman of
{.:": Miami where he spent several weeks I broke one of the bones in her leg. the local committee of ladies 'sponsoring congressional get-to-gether. There WorksFort
i examination at the local hos- will be a fish fry at 6:30 followedby
:it Upon
h
taking a welding course.
:?;, ; I the club at the Community
-:: : it found it a hymn sing and the annual busi-
pital Wednesday was Myers Florida
"f. ,
;, I Center for the Cadets, is anxious
t.;), :;_' W.' A. Read has returned from would be necessary to reset the injured I that every woman 'in Clewiston have ness meeting. All members of the .......

:,.-- visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs..1 member, so she ,was taken to an opportunity to' help with this undertaking church, their families and those who

'., W. A. Read, Sr., in St. Petersburg. Fort Myers. in the form most convenient I worship with us are invited. No
tickets will be sold. An offering }
for her. The: town has been divided !. M. CAUSE
Mr. and Mrs. J. E.' Beardsley and I will be taken to help defray expenses.
c : A. W. Lyndon has returned from into zones: and a worker is
a visit with Mrs. Lyndon, I at their Bruce Beardsley were visitors in calling at each home in her zone to f. The choir .will meet at 8:00"Thurs- Counselor"and Attorney at Law I
;,,, home in Fort Pierce. Gainesville and Orlando the first of I ask that the lady living' there vol- day evening in the church. It is important Hopkins Building
: i: the week. Mr. Beardsley jvas on I I that all members, be presentto
'- and
unteer to bake a cake or to work as Wednesdays Saturdays f
,.,' : business, in the vicinity and the family begin work on the Easter music.
:-. : Attorney Thad Whidden of Pa- hostess at the [Center when it is open. '
,.;.:: /'.- hokee was a business visitor .in. visited with Lt. and Mrs: J.V.. Arrangements have been made for Mrs. A. O. Ward is the new! choir di- 0:90 to 4:00 j jI

>:,': .:: Clewiston Wednesday. Beardsley, and with Bob and Dan sugar and oleomargarine to' be I rector. ,

:-.,.'.. \..'. Beardsley at the University ofi furnished for the cakes, and it is, Mothers' Club meets in the Community I _

,. 't Mrs. F. E.. Chalker was a business (I Florida., Mr. and Mrs. Beardsley) thought that those who volunteer to;I uilding Thursday evening at

.' 's.....: visitor in Tampa for several days" ;;Celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary make them will donate the r\.st of.I 8:00. All mothers are invited: DRESSMAKING, ALTERING,
: .
: over the week-end. \ I| Tuesday in Gainesville.GROUPENJOYS the materials. There are many volunteers -I ,

'. r't : :: I I -' OUTDOOR alreadyj'so that no one will[I Mrs. Spooner Leaves To BUTTONHOLE MAKING i

)'; ;: : :: .; "N'C7Owen, Mrs. E.., need'to be called on very often. Mrs. Inez Pope
'5'.. ;.:, W. Durst, Mrs. Ralph M. Bishop and' DINNER 'AT LEYDIG ,HOME ..sI Each week-end cakes will be baked I Join Husband In Army

;:.; Mrs. A. M. Dautrey were business and added to the regular items of- ,, Millcrest Near Passenger Dpot

r-; visitors in West Palm Beach Monday. I A large group of friends enjoyed; fered, sandwiches, ice cream and I -- I .. ,I
: (next door to Bill Allen's)
a Dutch Treat dinner served on the I
-, soft drinks, all to 'be sold at a Mrs. Hub' Spooner, who was teaching -;,
:::. Mrs. T. P. Forbes of Key West lawn of the home of Mr. and Mrs. nominal sum. to the cadets. her second term in the local|

rt,'.. spent a few days over the week-end ,1. D. Leydig Sunday afternoon. The. Under the present plan each of'I grammar school, resigned her position -)

:' -with her daughter, Mrs. C. L. *McLendon I I guests brought covered dishes and the ladies clubs in town will be assigned -I as fifth grade teacher the

\ and family ate picnic ,style on the spacious ]lawn. a week to be responsible for;! first of the week and left yesterday. I Johnson's Fish Camp I
I '
;_ I Music, croquet; horseshoe pitchingand the club and have hostesses during to join, Mr. Spooner, who is in the:
'- Miss Mary Johnson left yester: similar activities kept the group I all the hours it 'is open. The past j. Army and stationed in Camp Beale, (Near Hurricane Gate)

'.; t. day afternoon,' for Jacksonville busy during the afternoon. week the Ladies Aid of the Community California.Mrs. : Clewiston, Fla
where she will be' employed in the Attending were Mr. and'Mrs.. I. Boats and .l\Iotors-Guide Service
I Church served from March Spooner's place in the schoolwill'
v. future. D. Leydig, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall, I Rates Reasonable
27th through April 1st. The Altar be taken by Mrs. Mabel Magill,
Rev and Mrs. John N. Montgomery, : '\T. H. Johnson, Mgr.
Society of St. Margaret's Church ] wife of Harold B.. Magill and a
r Miss Marion Leydig. Mrs.:' Leah L.
: Miss Graham returned
Florence will from April 3rd through
serve i former teacher in the Moore Haven I
: Tuesday from Jacksonville where Spicer Mrs. E. W. Durst, Mrs.: JohnA. I
April 8th. The, go-Pilots Club will I High School. Mrs. Magill is considered -'
,,,-, she.spent two weeks with her par- Morrow, :Mis. ,Charles Bolton, serve fiom April 10th through an excellent teacher and "-
;, ents, Mr. and Mrs; J. J. Graham. Mrs. .I. S. Bell, Jr.,. Mrs. E. O. Ward, April 15th. The Woman's Missionary Mrs. Spooner stated that, although
Mrs. Joe M. Hall Miss Margaret
Society of the .Baptist Church I' she felt badly at resigning duringa Florist Agency
:," ",
Morrow Miss 'Martha Nell Alston] '
:' Mrs. T. Erler, Misses Juanita and i I will serve from April I1'Hi through school term, she was sure the grade)
-
', Jo Ann Erler and Miss Nonie Par- i i Sherwood Hall Charles Slater, Der I April 22nd.: The ladies of the Garden would be in capable hands. Flowers delivered here at no
:" -',' '. rish were week-end visitors in Wau- I t rick Holroyd, Larry Deal, Arthur Club will serve from April 24th I! I extra cost. Other towns, any-

:/;' : chula. Banks, Bud Brooks and Mike Carroll.I through April 29th. I Co-Pilots Barn Dance where in U. S. add only cost of
t ,,_ I 20 to
:,}:' Mrs. Stewart requests that any, telegram, ranging from
> :" Stanley W. Reeder has returned YOUNG WOMEN'S GROUP MET lady in town who has been inad-I Attended ,I 55 cents.
By Many
.'<. :: after a three weeks' visit with his FOR ORGANIZATION MONDAY vertently missed by the canvassers: ,3IRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN
: parents in St. Petersburg and with. and who can volunteer to'bake a;i __ I II "Western Union Office

;: friends in Miami.Bob A group of young women of the cake or to serve at the Center vol-I The Barn Dance given by the CoPilots Day Phone 82 Night 2791
__ I Community Church congregationmet unteer to one of the representativesof '
Club at the Instructors Club
't for the purpose of organizing a of these groups,-Mrs. W. C. Owen,
Fowler has returned to Clew- I on the ridge was attended by a groupof .
'-7- iston after 'a short vacation, during j I group of their own Monday evening ''Mrs. W. F." Nall Mrs. W. H. Lanier, approximately 120 instructors and

?,,' which he made a.brief:; trip lip planefi at the home, of Mrs .EV.. Durst. ( Mrs. Gene Powers and Mrs. F. E. their wives and dates Saturday
The group plans to hold meetingsthe Hunziker.
in '
:' Baltimore. I evening RENTAL HOUSES
OJ. first Monday evening in each I The club is very popular among the
''!.',- month and will welcome as members cadets and serves a real need. Both The house was decorated to resemble -I of Mrs. Viola Stone's Estate are
? Miss Ruth :Middleton is recuperating -, : any young woman of the com- I the committee in charge and the ca- a barn-yard with stalks of in charge of Mrs. Jewel Hooker.
.- in a Sarasota hospital from an munity who is interested in joining. dets themselves are gratified at the cane, horse-collars, scarecrows and 1 Two now vacant.

": appendectomy performed there'Sat. Many of the members are business fine response' to the undertaking. plows standing around to create al SEE MRS. HOOKER
urday morning.
/ ,
'' women, but the membership is not realistic background. i concerning them.

limited to business women. ENGINEER OFFICER VISITS, Music was furnished by a three-I
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lamb have Temporary officers were elected

had as their guest- this week Mrs, I by the group as follows: president, Lieutenant R. E. Miles, who is 1I I 1-------- "

':: a "Lamb, Sr., of Glen Falls, N. Y., who Mrs. John N. Montgomery, vice- stationed to the U. S. Engineer- ,...

-,,;- left this morning for her home. II president, Mrs.;. Robert WestmoreNOTICE ficer in Jacksonville, visited the local -

- ,- Sub-Office of U. S. Engineers this NOTICETo

;'..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.....; : ; ; ::, ......... week. Lt. Miles arrived on Monday
; : : : :":"":':": :'': :' :'.:":":":":":":":":":":" :": : : : : and spent three days here on business Landowners in Everglades Drainage District

r .:f ,.: .. ; I connected with the office.
', -
,:-: }:: :t :: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH The Everglades Act which became .law June 3, 1041 contains
the
following provision:
'%,' ..
% IL C. Meador, Pastor
'f ; ':::
y _V : i SECTION 15 (This section shall remain in full force
."' Sunday School-9:45 A. M. and effect for two (2) years from the date this Act shall
, :f We that beginning 1st ::
regret April
:
% Morning Worship-11:00 A. M. become law and at the expiration of such two (2) years
period then the fee simple title to all lands against which

::- due to shortage of labor we will be, unable :_: Subject Training: "Playing Union:"""The-7:15 Fool.P. M. there remains outstanding any such tax sale certificates, or
y tax liens, shall become absolutely vested in the Board of
:: Eevning Worship-8:30 P. M. Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District and every
', to dress any fish sold our customers. ::: Subject: "Seven Streaks of Dawn." right, title or interest of every nature or kind whatsoeverof
::,: '.:. Note:-This will be a Prophetic the former owner of said property, or any one claiming -
: message, which you will want to by, through or under him, or any one holding any lien
:;: This condition will probably exist for :;: hear DON'T MISS IT. thereon shall cease, terminate and be at nu end, and the

y HAVE YOU HEARD Rev.Vim Board ..of Comm stoners of Everglades Drainage District
-
the duration slump be authorized 'and empowered to sell the said lands asprou'Jded
: and ask
we your indulgences berly who is doing the preaching for by law.
1 our revival? His messages have

. t been clear, plain and easily under- Tills Notice Is Published for Your Protection
Clewiston Fish Company : stood. He has a message for your
,
heart, and you are cordially invited Everglades Drainage DistrictFRIDAY
} .
.', :,
J. to attend. Our crowd has been in-

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J/fe' S. Tin Mine I 1ua 1ot l Gems of ThoughtA
tias I Empty Tubes a U. .

1 Q '
1 11 AQ 11y WORLD without a Sabbath

A sizable addition to thE. nation's I x would be like a man with-'
out a smile, like a summer
of critical metal
W tos stockpile without flowers, and like a
R%:ck?
w Ea aN -tin-is being made by patri- Released by Western Newspaper Union. homestead without a garden.H. .-
otic Americans through the simple TUBERCULOSISSome W. Beecher.

expedient of exchanging an If you are criticized, let your

Washington, D. C. old tube for a new tube. Througha years ago while visiting a answer be to do a better job.-
tuberculosis'' sanitarium I came M. M. M.
salvage program devised by ,
MEN'The
'FLYING MINUTE '
across a patient, an amateur heavy- Had we never loved sae kindly
( brass ring, good for one fret the government a plant for reclaiming !
weight boxer, who calmly informedme Had we never loved sae blindly
ride on the Washington Merry-Go tin from squeezedouttubes that he expected Never met-or never parted, '

Round, is awarded this week to the is now recovering several r"' to stay two years in We had ne'er been broken-hearted.
Civil; Air Patrol.) ;; -ROBERT BURNS.A .
order to allow his
tons of tin daily.
brass ring not to one M pure truly American sentiment
This goes Fit' tra / lung to become completely -
tubes which
man but to 68,000 men and women, Millions of empty v l U: ; healed. At recognizes the dignity of labor
They are members of the Civil Ah: once contained tooth paste, shav- that time the pneu- and the fact that honor lies in

patrol who have been fighting the ing cream, ointments, shoe pol- .;' 'y y mothorax method, in honest toil.-Grover Cleveland.

war in little the single-motor boundaries planes of the fly ish, etc., go through the furnacesof /J which gas pressureis .
ing within used to the
the Institute at'New- cause
United States, and who carry the Salvage :
torch for the future of civil aviation ark, N. J., a non-profit organization was used mostly in TRY ALLIBRAN"BRANBURGERS"

in this country. operating under the Metals advanced cases.
,. ,,
to ,
be allowed
will
How long they Reserve company of the Recon- More recently, oth-
torch is the important
that
carry struction Finance corporation. Dr. Barton er methods of rest-
At present they are or
question. ,ing the lung by caus-
-
phans tary responsibilities of the storm-carrying without military mili Recovery of tin from metal tubes ing it to collapse have come into TO STRETCH MEATYou

submarines and other stores use, such as cutting the nerve that
at un-
standing. They fight begins drug
want to make the meat you buy
controls the lung and removing a
but they had to fight for weapons der the tube-for-tube exchange plan, today go as far as possible-and still
first. The army and WPB are portion of several rjbs. serve it as tastily as possible. Well,
throttling them by refusing as shown in picture at top. As many patients are naturally here's a grand way to stretch ham-
slowly Thusin anxious to get "cured" quickly, the burgers and at the same time give
new equipment or repair parts. arises to whyshouldn't them,new taste-Interest! Make"bran-
question naturally as
order to keep their gradually deteriorating fC.x burgers'-with KELLOCC'S ALL-BRAN!
machines going, the Civil these short methods of Delicious! Also,gives you aH the valu-
is almost certain to be resting the lung be always used in- able proteins, carbohydrates,vitamins
Air patrol ,
stead of the long months and years I and minerals found in ALL-BRAN!
the
swallowed by .army.
of bed rest only. Kellogg's All-Bran Branburgers
The army has been wanting to In order to answer this question 1 egg 1 cup milk
civilian fliers in 2 teaspoons salt % catsup
take over because cup
Drs. A. L. Kruger,
nuisanceby satisfactorily, % teaspoon pepper 1 cup Kellogg's
wartime are considered a B. P. Potter and A. E. Jaffin, Jer- 2 tablespoons All-Bran
the military-with justification in minced onion 1 pound ground
+ sey City, N. J., analyzed 185 cases 1 tablespoon beef
some cases. : L;: of early tuberculosis seen in the chopped parsley
Youths and Fathers. Hudson County Tuberculosis hospital Beat egg slightly, add salt, pepper,
onion, parsley, milk, catsup and
But the owners of 25,000 private and clinics between 1930 and 1939.
Mrs. Lewis ex-saleslady AU-Bran.Let soak until most of moisture
planes thought they had somethingto Madge From their findings, these physi- is taken up. Add beef and mix
offer. The younger ones went (above), tests old'tooth paste and cians agree with those physicianswho thoroughly. Shape into 12 patties.

into military service. Others, many other tubes for metal content.Shown ,advise early collapse treatment Bake minutes in hot or broil oven about(45020.P.)minutes.about 30

being married men with families, at right are some of the millions of with "advanced" tuberculosis.' Yield: 6 servings (12 2% Inch bran-
organized the Civil Air patrol, which and What about the use of collapse burgers).
for more than a year has been flying old tooth paste, shaving cream treatment in the beginning: or early

the coastal waters and maintaininga other metal tubes received at the k'C7 cases? In early tuberculosis they

courier service throughout the reclamation plant of the Tin Sal- believe that rest, rest in bed, is the

United States. Institute. treatment most needed to bring
These are ,the "Flying Minute vage about recovery. The disease was
Men." At first their submarine pa- stopped or arrested in 78 per cent
trol was merely a spotting job. If of these early cases by bed rest. G\\ovts I

they spotted a submarine, they were Treatment by collapse-gas pres-
supposed to radio a shore base and f sure, nerve cutting, removal of ribs

then hover around waiting for a -should be used in cases only when

bomber to come to the scene of the disease gets worse, tubercle

action. But they had so many heartrending germs are found in the sputum, YOUR ASSURANCE OF
experiences, that they clam- where there is no improvement aftera

ored for bombs of their own. They 4 4, long period of bed rest, or when QUALITY VITAMINSThe
would dart low over the water, discover hemorrhages occur. name GROVE'S on every packageof
.a submarine location, radioto As there are many patients who B Complex Vitamins is your bond

, a shore base, hold the contact, think bed rest treatment is,too slow, of quality.assurance-a Unit for uni symbol t,you of can't guaranteed get finer

hover and pursue-and then some- o r.a and perhaps members of the family quality vitamins. They're distributedby
times lose the prey; because, the ga ..I1 who think that'treatment at home or makers of famous Bromo Quinine
Cold Tablets. GROVE'S B Complex
army never came along. the outdoor clinic is as effective as Vitamins are economical I Regular
For months they called in vain for hospital or sanitarium treatment, I size-just twenty-nine cents.
bombing equipment. War depart- think the findings of these research Large size, more than amonth's _

ment insisted that no civilians are physicians should be made known. dollar. Get supply-only GROVE'S one B

allowed to carry weapons, and thus e Complex Vitamins today!.
the Civil Air patrol should not be
Treatment for
armed. The army would not even GROVESRHEUMATIC

release, life rafts and as a result
of EarsA
several CAP pilots have lost their Ringing

lives on submarine patrol. II. 'I
Finally the restriction was waived, few years ago when an individual -

and today these little single-engine had tinnitis-ringing in the ears-
planes carry small bomb racks, Three housewives with husbands in the service sort empty metal it was felt that, as there was often

bombs, and bomb sights. tubes that will be melted down. These workers separate tin and lead some deafness present, the deafness GET PAIN

But they have not been allowed to tubes from containers made of other metals. '''was the cause of the tinnitis. Ac- AFTER
reveal the success of their subma- cordingly, the ear specialist treated With a Mtdlolnt,that will Preys Itself

rine patrol. War department calls the ear for any condition that mightbe If you suffer from rheumatic painor
ft "military information," and insists causing the deafness, and when muscular aches,buy 0-2223 today

that CAP shall say no more improvement in hearing resulted for Caution real:pain-relieving Use only as directed.help. 60c First, $1.

than that they have "attacked" sub- 41J there was often some decrease in bottle purchase price refunded by

marines-without indicating the re- the tinnitis. druggist if not satisfied. ,Get C-2223*
sult. Among the causes of tinnitis and

Subs Sunk. R partial loss of hearing are (a) wax .

But we can reveal that submarines 5w or cerumen in the outer ear lying SNAPPY PACTS''

spotted by CAP observers have actu- against the eardrum, (b) partial

ally been sunk. The authority for x G ', s> blocking of the eustachian tube ABOUT

this statement is Maj. Gen. Follett yf a a X, which carries the air from the backof I
Bradley of the army air corps, who :ril l y 1 the throat to the middle ear
also emphasizes that these "Flying against inner side of eardrum, andc
Minute Men" have provided their ( ) too much liquid in the tissues nJARPBBE

own planes, tools; radios, and other adjoining the balancing canals of the
'
equipment.A : ears. This latter condition also

German submarineswere causes dizziness, nausea and vomit-
year ago Indians of the Amason River regIon -
sinking merchant ships within ; c 3 ing, and partial loss of hearing; it made the first rubber ever

sight of the Atlantic coast. This f ; r .gte is called Meniere's disease. the shoes U.S.In, which 1800.Miataios were. Imported Into
The treatment for these three con-
brazen activity ceased after estab- ,,, ._ _. of'many dads can cut
"-"" = 1 --
lishment of the Civil Air patrol.The u. ditions causing tinnitis is: Into tho robber conservation program

submarines were driven into deep Pouring molten tin into molds. Following sorting and te&ing, 1. The removal of the wax by tia t norm, ej ally is Indicated 180,000 pounds by tho rub-fact
waters for the small placing olive oil or half strength used annually in the maau-
planes, flying the The ber was
tubes furnace.
months the
the nine of are fed to
low and flying slowly, were able to During first hydrogen peroxide in the ear, allowing lecture of pencil mark erasers. ,
do a better job of spotting than big tube-for-tube plan approximately metal in these tubes, assaying about it to remain for a few minutes Before In vulcanization 1839 rubber good wa dlscovered hardened --

patrol bombers which whizzed past 700,000 pounds of tin were recov- 95% pure tin, molded into "pigs"ered and then driving out the soft- like rock In winter and

the scene too rapidly for close ob. for use by-war industries. of about 100 pounds each. ened wax with a hot baking soda melted goods manufacturers In iummer. Early suffered rubber severe .
servation. solution, using a powerful syringe. financial tosses because of I
e 2. The eustachian tube is opened the unreliability of their product -
*. That was Dlany,y.ar. ofloi J.
WHY THE JAPS KNOW by means of an air syringe which I
A check of the tires on 500 vehicles -
Here is an excerpt from_the in- ;' not only blows the tube open but :recently disclosed that 80% .
terior department's annual 1941 removes to some extent the moisture were nnder-inDatedi even to the extant ,
report 5 pounds.This I
which indicates why the Japs itttt!; : i which is sticking the lining surfacesof I* II heavy waste of robber because '
found that 30 per cent
the tube together. it Has been
,
know so much about the Aleutian -' > undor-lnf lation permits tho return of
Islands: i h 3. The treatment of Meniere's disease only 74: per cent of the mileage built
"The floating plant Kosei Maru, -. is by cutting down on all liquids into a tire.

with auxiliary craft consisting of 9 Joseph Schott, age 18, and table salt and avoiding or cut-

trawlers, was engaged from May to is tending a remelting ting down on salty foods. Foodsto

August, 1940, in taking halibut and furnace. be avoided are bread, salted but
cod in Bering Sea about 100 miles ter, crackers, eggs, all corned,
northeast of the Pribilof Islands, o pickled, smoked or salted foods.
with one additional trawler duringthe Foods that, are low in salt and can / 'I/

last week or two of the season. be eaten are apples, asparagus, cab- a

The vessel was reported to have left bage, lettuce, grapes, lemons, oranges w
\ for Japan toward the end of August. honey, jelly, unsalted bread
"This is the eleventh consecutiveyear and butter.
that Japanese floating plants That eystrain could cause tinnitis

have operated in these waters, the Will come as a surprise to many of

number of vessels having varied us, but Dr. J. R. Noyes, Brockton,

from one to four, 'with the usual Mass., in "Laryngoscope" states
complement of tenders." that he has relieved several=atientsof
.
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is impossible. to prevent foreign fish- eyestrain due to short-sightedness, 1 G
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long, oily swells of a roughsea. "Shall we live, with your par- George-Did anyone in your Solomon?
One case was nothing moreor ents?" family ever make a brilliant mar- 1. What is the name of the character -
( less, depending upon the individual "Can we live without them?" riage? "&"? The Answers

J point of view) than an old- Harry-Only my wife. 2. What travels at the rate of : ..
fashioned attack of seasickness. White lies aren't'so good now- The Problem approximately 1OOO.feet a second? 1. Ampersand.

"Well, Private Jenks," boomed adays. The really artistic ones "Breathe deeply. Germs are 3. The mythical maidens who 2. Sound travels approximately

-- the doctor heartily, "it looks to are in technicolor. killed by deep breathing." are said to hover over I battlefieldsare 1,000 feet a second. '

me like you're not going to die aft- "But how are you going to teach called what? 3. Valkyries.
er all." His Turn Next the to do it?" 4. What is a talesman? 4. A person summoned to serveon .
Private Jenks opened a horrified 'At the end of the ,third round the germs 5. What is known as the mile- a jury.

l eye, to stare at the doc., heavyweight boxer staggered to his cor- How Could He? high city? 5. Denver, Colo.
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THE CLEWISTON' NEWS FRIDAY APRIJj 2, '1943 ,\

EIGHT
'PAGE:
-- ;;, G L. Herrington, NOTICK OP APPLICATION FOR ,
\ of Bradenton, Scout mittee including ,
I Fred L. Treat
crowded and trying conditions, 1'1'I TAX KID _
Largest "QuotatContinued -- under home always looks Executive for the Sunny Land Council -I chairman, extension service, University (Senate Illll ISo. 163) ;. i",
and someone from I
the of Tennessee, Knoxville, ti" :
in talk which preceded I '
mighty good to me. a NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That J,. :
that he Tenn. L. P. Watson, extension horticultural l
said ;
Stewart is planning to ac I presentation of awards, Asa Townsend, holder' of Tax Certificates ,.,
from Page 1) I" Mrs. Tallahassee ,was proud of the, record made by the I specialist, Mississippi State No. 133-135, issued the 5th day -
her husband to of :August, A. D. 1935, has filed
transferred company I well as! College, State College, Mississippi l same
"Charles Cooper, Moore Haven boys as
will return to Clewiston after a I II three In my office and has made applicationfor
(;ross City. I but !*" I II I the work which: had been done by the, I a tax deed to be issued thereon.

rC. B. Murphy, transferred to 'Belleto I few weeks I other troops of the district which Home-Canning Quota described Said certificates property embrace in the the County following of ..

fidde. I Molasses-Fed had set a standard, for other districts Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: '':'
,
N'of N\VH of
SWof SEVi -
:Jesse Benjamin McNear. transferred I Council to shoot at.He e\-j r
in the and 5 acres in SW corner NW"/i-
*to Statesboro, Ga. I plained the work done in attaining j 189,741,400 QuartsFlorida's ,SE 110ydSE&Wby220ydsN
I & S, Sec. 17, Twp. 45 S., Here. 29 E.
I It
to followedthis "
transferred and
from I
"fiddle Lee Jones, \ (Continued Page ) I the Eagle Scout rank _c_ The

*Tanlpa, Fla.. t the corporation was not slaughtering by citing examples of former I essential wartime home- under, the s idncertificateaIssuedpwas
in the of Geo. .
name W.
Adam Junior Bonaparte, transferto the 13 steers were i service. 78 per cent of :Frltchey.Unless
its own beef, Scouts In l total's 189- said, certificate shall be redeemed -
....e.a Orangeburg, S. C. sold by the Miami dealer to" the :I the citations given so far in this canning goal for 1943 according to law, the property

Robert Smith, transferred to Tus-I Kissimmee market. The market's war have gone to boys who were I 741,400 quarts, a leading food distributor highest described bidder therein at the will court be sold house to dooron the

"fcegee, Ala.Willie 1 I bulletin said "The 'above 'prices compare formerly Scouts. I: estimated today. the first Monday in the month of

Lee Johnson, transferred t to favorably with both Chicago I Merit badge awards to boys who' This ,huge job facing. the state's May,1 May: 1943.1943, which is the 3rd day of
I. ,
Augusta, Ga. and the Eastern markets, and this could not be present were to J. S.j 527,059; housewives representsaj'i r't SEAL Dated this 1st. day of April, 1913.
) WILLIAM
( T. HULL.
Henry Williams, transferred to i is what it should be. The thirteen I pees, Ralph Henderson, Billy Andrews -! average of 100 quarts of home Clerk of Circuit Court of

Gainesville, Ga. sold here by the United Francis Tompkins and John the .pac.k-1 Hendry County, Florida.
,steers I ed food per person, I
April 2, 9; 16, 23.
Isadore Moore, Tampa, Fla. States Sugar Corporation were choice David Thomas ,of LaBelle and Stanley -\ United States Department of Agriculture -.

Henry Merlin Braderi; 'P9s poned. 1! steers-no better steers on any mar- j I Wright of Clewiston. The Star has recommended for rural ,' .
James Warren, transferred'to Fort: in this country: -they dressedout Scout rank was announced for Frank IN TUP: COU>TV JUDGE'S COURT IN
ket j I families and which it considers desirable AM FOR HEM1RY COUNTY] TI.OR-
}Iyers. a little above &1 per cent. Where" l Conkling of Clewiston. also for urban families explained IDA '

Theodore William Dorsey, LaBell could you have bought any better? I Bob Holladay, assistant Scout' Harvey: A. Baum, vice presi-

Albert Hall, cancelled.. because "!Executive of Foit Myeis, W. C. Owen dent of A & P Tea Company's pro- STONE In Re:deceased.ESTATE OF .MRS. VIOLA

'over' age. Youth Is Given- of Clewiston, district commissioner! ; duce-buying affiliate, the Atlantic NOTICE TO CREDITORSYou ,
Jesse Dawson, transferred, to Rolling J' R. N. Miller district -! and each of you are hereby noti-
I Rev. A. M., Glisson, 1 Commission Company. Any house- fied and required to present any
Fork, Miss. committeemen, Fred FlanderS'j' wife who meets this goal will' as- claims and demands which you or
Newsome, transferred to (Continued from Page 1)) [ either of you may have against the
Carey I L. E. Farnam and S. C. : sure each member of her family estate of :Mrs.! Viola Stone, deceased
Punta Gorda. thievery., committeemen, Bill Reid, Clewiston I I two cups of home-canned food daily late of said county, to the County .
Charlie Porter, transferred to Chi The four bills filed by Sumter and Frank Davis, Moore Judge of Hendry County, Florida, at
assistant state attorney, were Scoutmaster for about seven months.) I LaBelle, Florida;; within eight (8) cal-
ago. I Leitner Haven assistant Scoutmaster, were endar months from the date of thaI
Solomon Johnson, Key West for entering the Gratton George, the I the officials attending the. meeting. "The need for housewives to meet I first publication of this notice. Back
Butler, Clewiston. Sidney Crochet, the W. D. King and the goal was emphasized when Price claim or demand must be in writing?
;Frank
and must state the place of residence
The >nine who transferred: here the Tominie Blount homes. He was Administrator Prentiss M. Brown reported -' and post office address of the claimant '

from other locations" and are leaving given five ,years for the Gratton Scholarship ''Plan j that only 13,000,000 cases of,. and must be sworn to by the claimant,
I' his his
agent or attorney or the same
"
'on'. calls from their home boards are: George robbery and two years for commercially-canned fruits and vegetables 1 will become void according to law.

Johnnie Dukes, transfer from Tus"kegee each of the others. To Boost Wartime j would be available to civilians This, the ,11th day Signed of:March, 1913.

Alabama. The only criminal case going to I each month this year as compared to JEWEL STONE HOOKER,
from Birmingham court was that LaunchedHendry 30,000,000 cases a month last 'year," Executrix of the Estate of
Harvest
Willie Maull, transfer, trial at this session of Mrs. Viola Stone, deceased.
Ala.Salmon of Oliver Wilson, ,Harlem negro who I. Baum said. No. 10-Mar. 12. 19, 26, April 2, 9, 1943.

transfer from second degree ,
Scurry, was charged with '
Monticello Fla. murder in; :'the shooting of Willie I County farm youngsters I

John ,Nathan Hill, transfer, from James Thomas on December 12. The, were invited today to compete in aj I ,1"' --

Sebring, 'Fla.Tommy negro was found guilty of $6,000 wartime food production and

Lee Push transfer from laughter but Judge mans-I marketing contest sponsored by the

"Tuskegee, Ala. ferred sentence until later in National Junior Vegetable Growers)

Rossle B. Baker, transfer from week to consider the case. Association. r ornciAL

"Tarrant City, Ala."MarionWilborn. I The court session lasted only one Registration blanks and details' PHOTOGRAPH
transfer from in thisarea U.S. ARMY
day. regarding the program ,SIGNAL CORPS
Thomson, Ga. '- I may be obtained from M. H. Sharpe' G%
% N
J. W. Hill, from Greenville, Ala. Three' Scouts- of Clewiston, vocational agriculture I >..,< NO

David Prince, transfer from Kos- instructor, according to J. F. Williams '

'Cuisko, Miss.Seventeen. 1) Jr., Tallahassee, Florida, state !r:..;: -
Continued from Page -
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left .
colored men supervisor of agricultural education. .. .-
.
and < :
'Clewiston for Camp Blanding on boys received a badge in Civics "One objective of the program is

March .19th, and only two were accepted Young in personal health, public to help offset critical shortages of f i INVF TM hT
Oq
for service. These were health, safety and athletics. I adult farm labor( by stimulating actual W r

James Daniel and Benjamin Max- The three Eagle Scouts were then production of food by workers

well, both transfers from other.called forward, each wearing the under draft age," Williams explained. yJ+ uvTo
a
toards. 'There are five transfers in twenty-one merit ,badges which "The second objective is to help ,, ?; I'' G9 .fooo. 0Cn
'
the group of 17 on whom reports qualified them for this award, and acquaint farm youngsters with efficient -., F COaQ

:have not reached the local- selective Lt. Moore, who had been their methods of marketing, because -

:--service office.Stewart Scoutmaster during a large part of supplying the nation with food 4

their merit badge work, was in !
I in war or peace depends on moving
I
Favors- charge of the presentation of the food rapidly and economically to thej I [y t"tf: > ... .i1'4 .
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awards.: The mother of each boy right place, at the right time and in'I 'l' 1 It's: just: common- sense' tog :
L. E. Farnam, Mrs. P. E. Lundy '
Mrs. "
'- and Mrs Paul Wilson, were askedto I the" light condition. I refrain from buying thingsQR :

Continued. from page 1) Entries from this 'county will VI
stand with the boys. needed In our War effort.:
I shall '
taxation national
into additional I compete for a $500 grand S'
brief but inspiring D
Lt. Moore made a
'work nard to have a new source of presentation talk to the boys, award, a Southern regional award of 80. Save.. and buy after: our

taxation: ', and one ,that will hurt the $200 and ten sectional awards of income

least; rather than raising any of our recalling the pleasant work he their had $100 each from a scholarship fund' _. regu\ary\ ) Victory.. open your savings
in helping'the boys attain ,, .
done
-preSent'levies' any higher.. rank. He called attention to provided by the A & P Tea Company I account,here.. today!
"There is another question that high Williams said. The fund also'!

will come before the legislature the pin, a silver eagle suspendedfrom provides two $25 war bonds as prizes'I I
white
silver bar pin by red, I
which I think is also an importantone. a for high ranking Florida partici-
Ii
,and blue ribbon and 'said that it War Bonds &. StampsFimnUkr1ri.
. That is the matter district.of finding This' represented all that Scouting standsfor .1 pants, he added. i Buy

a sixth congressional and was more beautiful than any Awards, to be made this fall will I
'should be done to avoid another con- -- -
service medal he had yet seen. He be based on grades achieved in a
We have all
"gressman-at-large. that a then presented the medals to: the I five-unit extension; course in pro- I
found out that it is better
and be mothers. the boys for to these duction and marketing and a reporton .

''congressman chosen from a represent district, rather than mothers, he said, went a large shareof I project work completed during I y .

the credit for the the year, Williams said.

the' entire state. Tallahassee I will They in turn pinned the Hendry County registrations must I -
"While I in
am be completed within the next two i i I '.
their sons and in return -Ili I
stay at, the Floridian Hotel, and I pinned a red rose on' attalnment'1" weeks, he said. Registration cards
that Hendry County I
sincerely hope any _Following the may be turned in to agricultural
to Tallahassee I
folks who may come
member
letters to the boys were education teachers or to any .
the session will look I "
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