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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 16, 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'z THE CLEWISTON NEWS _}A






CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY APRIL 16, 1043 SUBSCRIPTION'-$2.00 PER YEAR
VOLUME 14-Ni1MBElt 21;


i V'-t' Clewiston Total War i Harvey ,Lee Kirk -I!i Good Orchestra To Bel NEW GROUP OF MEN

: E H. SHARPE TALKS I E
i
Bond Sales To Date -' Here For Junior DanceThe
; Clewiston's first soldier death
LEFT HERE THURSDAY
f TO KIWANIS CLUB -- 1 1 overseas was announced this Week!

War Bond safes from July 3rd; when Mrs. Harvey Lee Kirk: receh'ed Junior Class announces that

1. MEETING 19'41. to April 12, 1943: i a telegram Monday morning I Bill Doherty' and his six-piece orches- 'FOR CAMP BLANDINGA

i AT REGULAR Post Office ....................$110,225.00 from the: Wan;:. Department that her' tra from West Palm 'Beach will play
First Bank of Clewiston 106,775.00 husband died on April fourth in
"1 No details of the'' at the dance held in Sugarland I
North Africa.
Clewiston Federal Sav- I! new group of men left for Camp
Victory Gardens was the topic of Ings & Loan Ass'n .... 15,775.001Total cause of death were given in the l I Park Recreation Center tomorrow I B Blanding yesterday for service in

a very enlightening talk made by message, so it Is .not known whether (Saturday) evening. The dance follows the Armed Forces of lie United

M: H. Sharpe local agriculture II Clewiston Sales ....$232,775.001 his death resulted from combat duty.( the banquet' at which 'the Juniors I States. Volunteers are Mosey C.

.:' .-::; teacher, at the Kiwanis Club meeting I War Bond sales from January 1,' from an accident or illness. j I traditionally honor the graduat- '. Doke, Alonzo Whitefield Sias William -.

! Wednesday night at the Inn. Those 1943 to April 12, 1943: Sergeant Kirk had been In North!, Allen Davis/ Jr., all of Clewis-

;:, '.'" who heard him described the talk. is Post Office ........................$28,175.00First Africa since Christmas Eve and hadi i ing class. ton, and Eugene Adolph Kraemer.Mr. .
j : one'of the most' timely and enlighten Bank of Clewiston .. 35,925.00 I been' in, Casablanca and Tunisia.) Tickets for the dance will be soldat Kraemer 'was. a Clewiston resident -

, : '.' ing on this important subject. Clewiston Federal Savings. Mrs. Kirk's last letter from him was, $1.00 per couple; 75 cents 'stag; employed by the U. S. Engineers
'
x ;. .. Mr. Sharpe covered the subject & Loan Ass'n. .............. 4,975.00 written the night of April first and I 1 and 50 cents for all servicemen! here at the time of his registration -

\ (: in every phase of gardening,-preparation .. i j at that time he was in good health' uniform. but has since' transferred to

j :; /. A of soil selection of seed, fertilization 'Total 1943 Sales ............69075.00 : and spirits. I the Milwaukee, Wisconsin, board

"'..';: and control of diseases Sergeant Kirk was attached to the' 'and will leave in the 'next quota

...;.,'::,. .-- and pests. He referred listeners to / Ordnance Department and was ai, from that board.
', '. three circulars and one bulletin LEGION SPONSORS dragline operator He had' been in I COMMUNITY CANNING I Selectees leaving were Robert

;'; .;, 'which may be obtained free, from the I charge of, a group of twenty drag- Deal Horne, Elman Elwood Trow-

: Extension Department of the University lines since his arrival: in North bridge, Jr., LaBelle, Curtis Harold

: of Florida. They are cir- SCOUT CAMP TRIP 1 Africa. He' was rated as Technician5th UNIT FOR CLEWISTON Fountain, Clewiston, James Emory

: culars '65, 66, and 67, and Bulletin 1l grade when he entered the service i Summer, Felda and. Elmer Murray

119. The bulletin is a treatise of -' on May 10th but had been"pro j Parker, who has transferred to
l A Community Canning Unit is be-
.gardening in South Florida, and its The American Legion met at the moted several times. His promotion Tampa., Leaving with the Clewiston
I ing constructed at Hookers Point for
title page bears a picture of a model Clewiston Inn Tuesday evening with. to Sergeant had been, made in North group as transfers from their home
I the 'of the in Clewiston,
'. home garden, ,and was taken in the G. B. Thomas, commander' in charge.I Africa and was' in recognition of, his use public offices were Leon Walter Warren,.

garden Mr. Sharpe produced while' The Legion Post is sponsoring the splendid work, organizing and main- South Clewiston and 'vicinity and I transfer from ,Dublin 'Ga., Levi Warren : -
I will be completed in time to the
can
taking his agriculture work 'Boy: Scout camping trip this week- taining the' dragline machine group I Porter; transferred from Moul-
surplus vegetables of the current
) -
-: University end and completed plans for their there. trie, Ga.
I I crop. The location of the unit is I
,
.
Mr. Sharpe also described'the transportation., etc., at Tuesday's. While lie resided in Clewiston, Mr. ManyIlejections: <
near the home of Mrs. L. L. Lowe,
canning unit being constructed 'at I meeting. Kirk was dr3gliI: ) *operator? ,for the II'! well-known resident of the 'Hookers] In the large group of colored se=.

Hooker's Point, and stated that .the I i Twenty Scouts are making the trip I United States Sugar Corporation and' lectees sent to Blanding' the second
Point
government would make an effort to and are leaving this morning for Mrs., Kirk is employed in the Town-, community. j j' of this month, there was a very high

obtain additional equipment and if Bok Tower. They will return to I 1 site Commissary now. She resigned'to 'I This canning' unit will' be a cooperative -I! percentage rejected. Reports have

possible would also construct a unit Clewiston tomorrow evening. The I join her husband, remaining with project of the surrounding -!!t not been received on those who
' .,' I communities to aid in the[ transferred to other boards, but of
, in Clewiston in order that there trip is similar'to the one' made last him, most of ,the time during his ]'
"
'::' would be sufficient facilities for all year and is planned by Sunniland ;I training period. He was last in present food rationing program. The the numberwho, left, from this board
.
> plant is sponsored by the govern and on whom reports have been
: re-
of and Scouts tents
: canning surplus vegetables Council. 'he carry Clewiston in November when he came
: ment and will be to the publicfor ceived there 18 rejected and
open were
i. fruits this :
: year. and supplies and have an opportunity home with her from. Camp Pickett; '
all home-canning needs. The fsix 'accepted. All but two of the rejections
i :}.f Past President Ralph M. Bishop to put some of their Scout train Virginia. .
housewives of Clewiston Hooker's I were on account of illiteracy.
' ,
,
J' presided in the absence of the presi- ing in ''practice. I
He his wife and
is survived by byI
:')<,, Scoutmaster' Sea Point and nearby are urged to take|I I Of the six accepted two, Jesse
: Read and
dent, W. C. Owen., R.- H. Knight :I I his mother, Mrs. Irene Kirk, who Lee O'Neal
of opportunity to j and Theodore Win. Dors-
advantage this
,j ....:' acted as secretary'i'n' the absence' .. of Scout Skipper E. E. Gross are accompanying lives in, Marianna Florida. .I
..... I assigned
' the conserve food and therefore do their ey, were!' to Navy duty. and
Secretary W. M,. Martin I boys. -
Thtf Legion is also active 'in opposing I' part in the war effort. ,, (Continued on Page 6)

a. bill proposed in the Florida Voluntary Induction Of' For those who: ll"'eed advice or

Post Volunteers legislature 'which would abolish the brushing up on methods of canninga Baptists To Have Fine
Enlisted Specialists For I I
present. State Highway Patrol.Mr.. competent lady will be at their

Attention To This Thomas said that the local Post had The Corps of service to supervise and assist in any Series Of SpeakersA
.. '
". ., sent telegrams to our senator and Engineers I was. possible. The use of the unit
'-' -
it .--, I I[ _
to" Si"' representative urging that the bill, and the services of the supervisor
"
;' ,l Irs. G. H... Small who is making be killed, ,as the, Post feels that the Under' the plan recently ,announced are' free' to the public. group of outstanding missionaries -

up the..schedule of volunteers.1 for Patrol has. done much ,,to stop highway by the Chief .of .ng'ineers for the A schedule' of canning days will I 11 just returned "front ,their .respective -

,:. *each ,;bf#,rt'iring, the week,"' L'aa.kv; : traffic' accidents; and" has .served enlistment'' Specialists for duty ,be announced when the unit is'lea 9 ly;1< fields, of .Ia\?'!'_will provide .

f-,'" r. ed that all: who:leave 'volunteered or the, travelling public in with th'e Corps 'or' Engineers, thereis for use'; Any future details maybe .1'f a rare opportunity to' citizens of
'
"'
,. : :'.!" will volunteer to man" the Observa- ways."PAL". many I a: need for experienced equipment obtained from Mr., Sharpe at the I! Clewiston to hear some interesting

';,.,1":" ., tion ,
>'<: :'
,.:,:.:' '' touch with, her and state which. shift 1 1D'OG utility repairmen, motorboat. operators for nightly talks. at the First Baptist

; : they would like to have; FIRST LOCAL ', lumberjacks, and many other TIRES AND TUBES Church here each evening next
"
Mr. Small, Chief Observer for classifications. Only those 'individuals I week.

j-, \. Clewiston, has had splendid respons who are eligible to' be drafted Miss Vada Waldron will addressthe
TO GO TO WAR"Pal
I,;;,'.:,' to his call for volunteers, but the under the current age limitations ISSUED IN MARCHThe congregation there at the even

:L .YAK, task of assigning shifts to each ((18 through 37) under the SelectiveService ing service Sunday. For fie years

':1 .,.'); :' '., / would be greatly simplified if each and Training Act are eligible -' .,I she has worked in Good 'Will Center
two old German Shepherd -
year
:. :; person would call Mrs' Small for as for voluntary induction under following is the list of tire i i! work in Mendoza Argentina, a grape

: Isignment. Often a volunteer says he I I dog, owned by Mr. and Mrs. this program and tube certificates issued by the j'i growing section in the Andes moun-
G. E. Wenzloff is the first Clewistondog
,, t ,.: or she will serve "any time," but the I I to to ,war, having received 1 1- All personnel secured in this man Clewiston rationing board during1March ]'-tains.

.:;/ ', time, chosen for ,them is specially his 'call to go the this week. ner, will be initially' assigned in they' : : On Monday and Tuesday Miss

,:';;:;: :- suitable. In order not to un-I Pal's owners army registered the dog I grade of private. The various .noncommissioned Grade I Tires: U. S. Sugar Corp.I Cornelia Brower will be the speaker. -

t.;; hardship on any one, and to give for 'volunteer enlistment with Dogs grades and' ratings) 3, Herring and Hudspeth 1, Clewis- Miss Biower is engaged in

;':', most convenient hours possible Mrs. for Defense several months 'His called for by the Table or Organization ton Realty' & Development Corp, 1. i I Evangelistic work in connection with

"li1; Small wants each volunteer to con- questionnaires' filled' out ago., he of the units to which this per-1 Grade II Tires: G. B. McDuffie the Baptist school in 'Temuco, Chile,

(0'. : tact her at her home Saturday or and were has been await- sonnel will be assigned will be filled 3, Wing Commander Greaves 1, R.I I and in two smaller schools nearby.

; : -!; '" Sunday, if possible, or by telephone was call.accepted in the field by competition. There[.1\1. Johnston 1. 'I I Miss Elizabeth Provence is the
ing Thjs week his orders
4:: ., (number, 30) so the shift can' be are innumerable vacancies for Staff, Grade III Tires: Richard Morris speaker for hte Wednesday and

a'- assigned. Every hour, day and came.for him A and special he will crate is to being Virginiafor sent and Master Sergeants and all oth'-r 1.. Philip McLeod 1. U., S. Sugar Corporation -!j I t Thursday evening meetings. She is

T night, the post is to ''be manned. The go lower ratings. The better 1, Louis A. Brannen 1, ||I a Florida W. M. U. field worker and

time is divided into three hour shifts training.' I the individual .l the higher the rating I'I'I Viola Thomas 1, Eugene F. Powers I[I was for a number of years associat-

and ,begin at 7, 10, 1, 4,7, 10.1.' 4. 1 Dogs for- Defense organized to he ,will receive after reporting to his 1 2, John Elmore 1, James Allen 1. jed r with the Good Will Center work

Mr., Small states that each volunteer I.recruit dogs for the various services organization. All volunteer inductees J. D. Gann 1, J. J. Herring 1, J .L. II=i in Miami. She has a rich background -
''. I for which they may be of assistanceI I Walston 1. i
should furnish a: picture (small are ,eligible and will be urged to Little 1. E. C. of Home Missions In the
'I to the an1 Y. coast guard etc.' They Passenger Tubes: U. S. Sugar!l Southeast and
snapshot will be sufficient) in order apply for Officer Candidate School. i I j brings a challenging:;
that identification I are used as auxiliary guards particularly Corp. 7, G. B. McDuffie 3, Richard missionary message.
.. badges may be Those willing to apply to 'their
made up for, the observers. No one I 'along coast lines, as messengers I local draft board for immediate 'Morris 1, Wing Commander Greaves Dr. Paul C. Porter will be the

':, : except observers are permitted to gopup and for similar types of induction should contact vol1unteer i 1. Marcia Avant 1, J. J. Herring 1. I speaker Friday evening. Since 1922

on the observation tower. Afteran services. They' are in ,the "K-9" Office. There thel]I Truck Tires: Riddle-McKay 4, he has led in Evangelistic work, in
nearest U. S. Engineer
I battalion of the Army. Thos. E. Burgner 2, U. S. Sugar Campinas
observer has completed 25 hours I I assignments one of the coffee growing
are. five possible namely -
of service an Armband further identifying Pal is well-known in Clewiston as Corp. 3, City of Clewiston 1. Clewis- states In Brazil and was more
he went to school with ; Airborne Engineer Aviation Battalion I
the wearer as a Volunteer the neighborhood -I Engineer Aviation- Battalion,( ton Appliance Store 1. recently connected with work in Rio
,Observer, will be issued. children every day and is a Truck Tubes: U. S. Geological de Janeiro. -
Engineer Aviation Regiment, Army
familiar sight on the school grounds.He Survey 1. F. D. Duff 2. City of Clew-j J These speakers are being brought
Ground Forces and Services
of Sup
is a sturdy intelligent, dog. and iston 2, G. B. McDuffie 1. U. S. j[t (Continued on Page 6)
-
Red Cross Fund Will of the breed best fitted for trainingin ply. I Sugar' Corp. 1. j r

: special work. Further "information. may be obtained -. Truck Recaps: U.. S. Geological

'('Reach $1800 Total ,After the war is over the Army from the U.. S. Engineer Office -,I Survey 1.Tractor. (j Truckers Are Warnedof

.. -I j :will return him to the Wenzloffs.County .Clewistou Florida. Tire: G. B.: McDuffie 1. II I II
Transferring Coupons
-- r- i

: Donations from Harlem, turnedvin !).-T.. A. TO MEET I I
Has 400Serving I. Has PerfectUnemployment I
Hendry
by A. A. Thomas colored school I
1 1I i
I Ed. R. Rowland, district
manager
principal who was in chal'geof the I The April meeting of the Parent-
Red Cross Country will RecordHendry' r|'of the' Office of Defense Transport
campaign in Harlem Teacher Association be held:
: were received to swell the War Fund I I next Tuesday afternoon. April 20th,!i tation today warned truckers that
r J their Certificates of War Necessityand
by 564.00 this week. The Harlem at 4 o'clock in the high school audi-:! [
i Figures the
compiled state ,
by County had a perfect record "T" gasoline rationing
Community really did a splendid job I(I.headquarters torium. This will be the election of coupons
of the selective service
of no claims for unemployment cannot be transferred to' the
new
in I ;
!
canvassing for this War Fund. office officers and other important business
i that
Indicate Hendry Countyhas compensation during the last week
: owner when they sell truck. -
a
Each of the colored churches held a : is to be transacted. A full attendance
a total of 400
persons serving in of March, accordingto a report from "The
the
( must
new owner apply to
'
special Red I
f' Cross service and theiroffering the armed forces of the United i is urged. ,I the Florida Industrial Commission. II Office of Defense Transportation for
I was turned in to the fund; I States. The, last compilation I I II :
This the latest for whichi
the school just is period) his own Certificate of War Necessity -
raised a fund and a house- : released was made as of February128th GOOD l"nID.SCIIOOIJ HOLIDAY i figures available. "
:' to-house i I I, complete are Rowland pointed, "since the
canavss was made addition i
in '
:
to ] and ,listed 360 at that' time. j Chairman Boyce A. Williams declared amount of gasoline he is given will
small jars for pennies During March and to the The Clewiston school will be closed
up present that employment in Florida
which j 'depend upon the use to which the
places were of business placed in stores and other in April the number of enlistments I next Friday, April 23, in observance ) -!;I is at the highest peak In the state'shistory. truck is put. This application for

'f there. and inductions will bring the of Good Friday. i ; No more than one person I the new certificates must be filed
' The goal for the Clewiston number' to 400 I ,
chap without
I out of every 600 is a job immediately upon transfer of the
1 ter was $1700. and the fund had already In the Selective Service report OFFICE IIOUHS ,I while census bureau figures show a !I truck." _

t': gone slightly over the' top. I Hendry County, on February 28th, LEWISTOXHATIOX, IlOAIll nationwide ratio of one unemployedout i I He said that the new owners "who

:1 This Harlem donation and other had inducted 221 registrants and had I I of every 130-what the bureau I II I already hold certificates, covering

contributions which arc expected to J136 volunteer enlistments. Of this I The office of the Clewiston RationBoard termed the "irreducible minimum" other vehicles must apply for revised -

come in before the campaign is total 360 men, the Army had 273 is open to the public from 10 of unemployment. I certificates using Form C\VB-

closed will bring thetotal. l.over the : the Navy 69, the Marines 10 and I A. M. to 5 P. M. daily, except for]I Williams said what little unem-.,5-S-if a single unit operator and.Form
$1800.00 .
mark. ... i,the Coast Guard 8. the noon hour, 12 to 1. (Continued on Page 10) (Continued on Page 6)rt


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HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST. D. D, Settles It
OR W. frA ON Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. "They brunettes
say have bet-
(Released by Western Newspaper Union)
ter dispositions than blondes. '

"Bunk! Jean has been both, and
Y: n xa n x. "
Washington, D. C. Lesson for April 11 I never noticed any difference."

PRESIDENT LISTENSThe a tXN 9 4h% The man who says he treasures
President did the listening, instead Lesson subjects and his wife's
lected and CO?yrlJihted cbbytulnternationalpermission. letters should still try
of the talking, when he con- o. ii : Religious Education; used by to remember to post them.HairRaising .
ferred on farm manpower and food

with three prominent farm leaders* PETER AND JOHN WITNESS
-Albert S. Goss, master of the Na- CHRIST'S GLORY "I toldJim all my 'past historyyesterday.
tional Grange, H. E. Babcock, vice ." -

president of the National Council of LESSON TEXT-Mark 9:2-8; H Peter ".What did he say?" .
Farmer Co-operatives, and Ezra T. :;16-18. "Oh
M., nothing. He j just took outa
Nelson,its executive secretary.The d6 JUJU sj, R GOLDEN TEXT-A voice came out of the comb, .and smoothed his hair
cloud
saying. This Is beloved
my Son: hear. "
farm spokesmen spent about him.-Mark 9:7. down.

30 minutes of the 37-minute confer- :Rw ,.Yan ..

ence expoundirig'their views on what Christ is God! The one who comes

caused the food shortage now facingthe to know that truth is ready to follow

country and what has to be doneto Christ, and to make Him known to
remedy it. The President con- Portable Hospitals' FollowU. others.
The want of such a true con-
fined his remarks chiefly to asking ception of the Son of God weakensour I LICKED MYCONSTIPATION

questions.He S. convictions and hinders our use-
began by telling his visitors Troops Through .Jungle fulness. -

that the food situation was "ex- "
i "Where there is no vision, the
tremely serious." people perish," said the wise Of course. It wasn't due to
I' invited United States medical detachments for the woundedin man anything organically wrong
"That's why you gentlemen army care (Prov. 29:18). For want of a true with me. It was just ordi-
here today-to get your opin- portable dispensaries and base hospitals amidst the back- vision of Christ as God, and the God- nary' constipation, due to
ions on what has to be done," the lack of "bulk" in the diet.A .
ground of jungle warfare in.the South Pacific' So trained are the given constraint which makes men
President said. "Go ahead and be dose of
give themselves in sacrificial some medicinal
medical personnel to with jungle underbrush and difficult serv-
frank like. cope laxative gives only tempo-
as as you ice, the people perish in their sins.
terrain that soldiers wounded in action be given first aid rary relief for such constipation -
The farm leaders accepted the can Peter and John saw our Lord in You got to find
challenge. They charged the ad- frequently within ten minutes. Major operations are often per- ,His transfiguration, and the glow of something that gets at the

ministration with "shortsightedness"in formed within thirty minutes of the casualty. that experience lighted their entire cause and corrects it. I

dealing with farm labor defer- First aid stations are found within 50 to 100 yards of the fore- life and ministry. The touch of the found just. that-in KELLOGG'SALLBRAN
ments and contended that govern- supernatural was on these men and
ment price policies also had con- most fighting lines, and litter their message-for they had seen tasting ALL-BRAN breakfast is a wonderful-cereal anda

tributed to' the farm manpower bearers dart in and out of the the glory of Christ- swell way to start the

shortage. underbrush picking up they I. The Amazing Glory of the Son morning. Eat it regularly,
drink plenty of water andif
Local Draft Problem. (Mark 9:2-6).
wounded, and carrying them to your constipation's like
"If you want my views, I'll give battalion first aid stations. Jun- transfiguration of Christ is one > mine-you'll "Join the Reg-
"
President of those wonderfully beautiful and ulars, too! ALL-BRAN IS
Mr.
them to spokeup
,
you knows curfew made by in Battle
Kellogg's
gle fighting no deeply spiritual experiences which
Ezra Nelson. "Two things haveto Creek,
Michigan.
be done and done immediately.First and twenty-four hours of the defy analysis or satisfactory de

of all, someone in authorityhere day doctors with trained helpers scription. Poetry and art have vain-

in Washington must tell these are on duty at these advance ly tried to depict it only to become
L!
local draft boards where to head in. "in fact a confession of the impo-
"They must be told that they have first aid stations.In tence of the loftiest art to rise to

the level of the divine" (Van Dyke). GET
almost as much responsibility to see RHEUMATIC PAINWith
Y "
picture at top two members ofa -' AFTER
to it that we have sufficient manpower Ap1'bj Peter was so dazzled .that he could
to produce food for the war medical detachment ready their : only suggest that they remain there, a Medicine that will Prove Itsill

effort as they have to provide men portable hospital equipment 'for forgetting for the momentthat, downin If you muscular suffer aches from,buy rheumatic C-2223 today painor

for the fighting forces. Food is justas movement ,up to the front. the valley was demon-ridden humanity for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1.
important as munitions in my waiting for the divine deliv- Caution: Use only as directed. First
opinion. We can't fight the war erance of the Son of God (see Luke bottle purchase price refunded by

without it, and we can't let our civil- I The detachment is trained to 9:37-42): druggist if not satisfied. Get C-2223.

ians starve. stand up under long marches over.. What took place on the, mount can
"A lot of these local draft boards possibly best explained as the
5 I the terrain shown in P&VEGETABLELaxative
roughest as ..
of the inner of
still feel that they must fill their outshining glory the .
induction quotas," Nelson continued. 1.iir picture above. Here stretchers ,are Christ. He had laid aside His glory

"The boards have been assigned being used to portage ,the supplies. when He became flesh, but not His

quotas, but they don't have to meet \P1p Patients leave the portable hospitals divine attributes as very God. Therein For Headache,
them, ,at least not in sections where W the presence of God and the heav- k ltty; fit Sour Stomach .
i the following day and are enly visitors that glory shone, '' and .DizzySpells -;
there is,.a, crying farm labor short-, V ; '
age. You or someone else should ,[ carried on litters to clearing stations through His humanity and His appearance III when
became dazzling in its :i; caused by Con-
tell them this. three miles .
?aeya some or four whiteness. i'i' stipation. Use '

The President pointed out that further to the rear. These field hos- II. The Word of the t ? I only as >:ected. :\':.
Approving "' '' '
many young' farmers don't want to 15 doses for.
pitals are remarkably complete. Almost -
be deferred. Father (Mark 9:7, 8). only 10 cents.
every type of wound or jungle A cloud, like the cloud which filled

boards"This"isn't the fault of the draft disease can be treated here. the Temple of old (I Kings 8:10,11), 0 1
he said. "The young men covered them, and the Father spokeout !
themselves are so patriotic that they In picture at left Major J. W. of it words of approval of His 1 1 I Ij
j
do not want to remain on the farm Guerin of Chicago, and Capt. Ed- '

while a war is going on." mund H. Schweitzer of Peoria, Ill, Son.These words carry "both judgment ;- :

It was agreed that steps would'' themselves for and command; judgment con- Get Your War Bonds ;;
have to be taken to convince se prepare surgery. 'This is beloved '
Jesus
cerning my
To Ax the Axis ii iiI
lectees that they could serve their Son,' and command to the disciples Help

country as well on the farm as in 'Hear ye him'-that is, 'Listento ::1'!
the army. Goss suggested that one him' (Lesson Commentary.) It

"way out" would be to induct farm t J John and Peter came to a fuller !!
hands and then "furlough" them conviction that He was the Son of 1!
back to the farm at prevailing farm I 1 If
God as they saw Him transfiguredand I I I
n, wages, instead of army pay. This a :Nj heard the words of the Father. ",
would require legislation but the _
,
They learned more plainly the fact
President said it was an idea worth that He was God manifest in the Relieves pain and soreness

considering.Stop. flesh for the redemption of man. They
There's Jo/d'r'aRon why PAZO ointment -
Selling Cows. saw in the indescribable beauty of: has born used by tilt many million
"The second thing that has to be that moment a foregleam of His of sufferers from simple I'ilrH. First

done is for the government to step coming glory. What important truths relieves PAZO ointment pain snotties and! itching inflamed Second.areas

in and stop the widespread sellingof -His deity, His redemption, His PAZO ointment lubricates hardened
dairy cows and other dried parts-helps prevent cracking and
stock and
coming kingdom. Have we learned Borcnc.vs. Third. PAZO ointment tends
farm equipment by farmers who are / :1 them as we have beheld His glory? to reduce swelling and check bleeding.
unable to continue in business at Fourth it's easy to use. PAZO oint.
of
III. The Assured Faith the Dis ment's perforated Pile Pipe makes ap- .
present farm price levels," Nelson ciples (II Pet. 1:16-18). plication simple thorough. Your doctorcan
continued. tell you about PAZO ointment. I
These words were written by Peter ,
"I'm as much opposed to inflationas I I I
when he was nearly eighty yearsof
you are, Mr. President," he add- age-about thirty-five years after i [

ed, "but we have got to make it the transfiguration. John wrote sixty ':

possible for farmers to operate at a years after the event and said, "We fOR QUICK RELIEF I I'f
fair profit if we are to lick this : -'f
the of the
beheld,his glory, glory as
threatened food shortage. They have only begotten of the Father" (John
got to be assured fair prices in order '\
1:14). "
.to pay wages that will keep their Soothing SALVE ... .
The one who follows these eye- ANTISEPTIC -- {
help from" migrating to 'jobs in in- ______ .._ .. ,... ." w y witnesses in believing in Christ may Used by thousands with satisfactory! results "
dustry. for 40 years-six valuable ingredi- i ,.',
their expressed by y
The co-operative official contended Two sergeants and a captain remove a bandage from a "patient's share assurance ents. Get Carboil at drug stores or writo .
'. that' Peter that we do not "follow cun- Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn..Use .
farms had lost two-thirds of leg in preparation for an operation. ningly devised fables" in making

their manpower to war industries I .......__.___....._. ..._._ __ known to the world the power and f
because of low farm
wages. coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. Our !
The President said that he too
,
atfiratCOLD
faith is built on God's Word, and _
was deeply concerned about this fac- I
tor, suggested to his callers that V upon such testimony as this by eye-
JA. t0 <, syvA >n is real for tit, ;)
/a. r>,xS \H R. witnesses. Here ground
they get together with Secretary of / J 6 TABLETS I '
Agriculture: Wickard and map out a assured belief in Christ. 6 6 6 NOSE SALVE DROPS,
of
program embracing their recom- Great experiences spiritual renewing COUGH DROP.
mendations. and power lead to effective
"Rub-My-Tism" Wonderful Liniment ,
Try
and testimony for Christ.
"Then come back and see me life
The disciples.had an unforgettable ,1 1Y
again, urged the President. "I want i
continue these discussions. < mountain-top experience. Even so !
rCAPITAL* have many others found the secretof 1 : 1

CHAFF power. It came to D. L. Moodyas (

Q The super-cabinet's careful consideration he walked down a New York

of how big our armed 1? r street, praying in agony, "Deliverme Kills "

forces should be was actually a p.At. y t, from myself. Take absolute
PAPHIS
sham battle. FDR has the "old sway." .4
dutch up" over the size of the armed Let us remember ,that such privileges .
forces and wouldn't take anybody's are not reserved for a few, One ounce makes six gallons
of aphis ..Full directions
spray.
say-so on this point, except thearmy's they are the birthright of every
label.
own plan, conceived way Christian. Power without knowledgeis on Insist on
,factory scaled packages. ,
back in 1938 The army in 1938 a dangerous and destructive thing,
TOBACCO imODUCTS(CHEMICAL
u
had no idea whether we would have --.w'-' tWi.Q L dull-.M;lMo1:'...,W.W l>' )iii but knowledge without power is a (ORPOSATIOH,INCORPORATED _-H ijIOUISVHH
the ships in 1943 to transport troops dead thing, resulting in a stale and ,KENTUCKY .
abroad, but is sticking to its original Men brought in from the field are placed in a ward tent. Still on litters unfruitful orthodoxy that in turn :

plan just the same. And: FDR is 100 which are supported by logs to make for more comfortable resting, the produces a dreadful and unchristian

per cent behind it. I men are awaiting removal by litter carriers to clearing station hospitals. religious system.






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Released by Western Newspaper Union
THE STORY SO FAR: Ann Lee and ence had brought him to his discov Cody made himself another ciga- A little lore, a little trust,

Cole Cody, beneficiaries under two Identical ery. From'the place where the man rette and, instead of smoking it or MENTAL AILMENTSThere A soft impulse, a sudden dream,
" ; wills of Old Bill Cole, sought to discover had hidden when he shot Early Bill, even remembering that he had And life as dry as desert dust,
who had fired the fatal bullet at had riddena made it smoke sat and Is fresher than a mountain stream.
. around Porfirio on horseback to rolling are ailments in which the
Old Rance Bill.Waldron Suspicion who was centered living at the score of times, following each time, rolling it with his lean, strong fin- patient recovers more rapidly in a STOPFORD A. BROOKE.

'.. ranch when Ann and Cody arrived. Doc" a slightly different path, thinking, gers. He said without looking up, hospital than in the home and othersin Both man and womankind be- .

Joe and the Judge, commissioned by Old Now if it was me, and I was riding ",I could almost be glad-in a way, which the home surroundings are lie their nature when they are

Bill to carry out hIs last wishes, were returning like the wind, I'd go this way; think- r would be glad if it wasn't that best suited,for-rapid not kind.Bailey.Man's .

to town from the ranch (each ing, And I would get rid of that hat Rance Waldron might come to profit F.k recovery. This meansin life is like a candle 1_

with a will for safekeeping) when they muy pronto. And he had looked at by it-that those,two wills are, any- some cases that the wind.-Chinese Proverb.
were held up by a masked bandit whom had how for the and for
all the possible hiding places, present maybe there is something Defeat never comes to
To
:- they divert recognized suspicion as Rance Rance then Waldron.killed his looked even for signs of a small hot good, out of the picture. All we've Yr; about the change to man until he admits it.-any

accomplice, Tom Gough. Cal Roundtree, fire. And then at last his keen eyes done, maybe all we'd ever do, is hospital life from Josephus Daniels.

foreman of the ranch learned meanwhile had seen a stick, a small dead, pine fight ,like cat and dog over the home life that be-

", that Doc Joe still lived. limb, its end sticking out from,under darned place! Maybe now-well, gets contentment and

Now continue with the story. a sizable boulder! maybe we can get along without relaxation, and in

" Aha! He had it! For how could a fighting! It might be fun for a other cases the "nat-

stick get itself shoved under a rock change, Ann Lee?" S uralness" of the IF : fillS UPTONIGHT

CHAPTER XVII like that? If a man had moved that "I'm a beast most of the time, home life reduces alOSI

rock now, and had been in a hurry I'm afraid," she, said contritely. feelings of,fear any- YOUR
!
Doc Joe pulled the chair closeto it back and in to" "And hard be Hones
/ up settling a hurry I try so not to Dr. Barton lety or misgivings

the bed and spoke softly, throt-: ride on, he might with a careless tly, Bill Cole Cody, I try terribly about .outcome of ail
tling his voice down to a near-whis boot have kicked that stick whereit hard." ments. Do this-Try 3-purposoVa-tro-nol.
It (1) shrinks swollen membranes
per."For got caught under the stone! Por He put his hand on hers; she per What about slight mental ailments (2) soothes irritation, (3) relieves,

one thing, I ain't, dead now, firio sweated over tile boulder, mov- mitted the contact for a long mo- ? transient nasal congestion And
never was and don't intend to be fora ing it-and found the hat. ment, then gently slid her fingersout At first thought it would seem thata brings greater breathing

spell yet," he said. "Get that in Yes, there was a bullet hole from under his and, palm upward patient suffering with mental depression comfort. You'll like VICKS :JI

your head, Cal. Don't go thinking drilled through it. There was more. let them curl again on her obsessions, anxiety, should it. Follow directionsIn
ghosts." r There was everything; Cole Cody lap recover more rapidly amid home folder. VATROHOL

"You don't look-anything likewhatI could ,only regret that its messageHe "I guess I shouldn't have spanked surroundings..' On second, thought, I '

might suppose a ghost would you-so hard, anyhow!" however, 'the very nature of the

look," Cal said curtly. "Now, let's "I deserved every bit of it-and home life with its deadly daily rou- DON'T LET

get after this: What in the name of harder!" But he saw that the hot tine, quiet or noisy, the overanxietypf CONSTIPATIONSLOW

I. .blazes you been playing dead for?'! color in her cheeks now was not altogether the family about the patient or on

"For a spell, I had to," said Doc, the affair of the fire. the other hand the feeling that thereis ,YOU UPS

Joe. "If I hadn't, Rance Waldron "And I guess I oughtn't to have nothing wrong with him (or her) When bowels are sluggish and you
and that kindness would be mistake feel
a irritable,
headachy, do
like he as millions
would have killed
me sure, kissed you on the stage-the way I do-chew
did the He interferes with recovery.: FEEN-A-MINT, the modem
Judge and Tom Gough. did! chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
nicked side of the head."He put Trying to prevent neighbors know- FEEN-A-MINT
me "Let's not quarrel any more: ever before you go to bed
his finger gingerly to a bit of taped ," she said hurriedly. She lifted ing or guessing that the patient is a taking only in accordance with package

gauze over' his temple. "It sort of her eyes 'to his. "We have been "mental" case also puts a strain on turbed.directions Next-sleep morning without being dis-

dazed me. I lay on my side and friends, in a way, haven't we? We family and patient. relief, helping you feel gentle swell ,again.thorough Try

\ saw him step over to the ,Judge. do like each other, even after all Doctors D. M. Hamilton and J. FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes,good, is handy
He shot the Judge between the horns that's happened; I know we do." H. Wall in the American Journal of and economical.A generous family supply

before I could wiggle a finger. Then He said soberly, "You're ,being Psychiatry report the results in the

he looked at me. Maybe I sort of mighty sweet, Ann Lee. I never treatment of 100 patients,in hospital FEENAMINT161fBuys

fainted a minute; I don't quite knowor knew a girl like you!" instead of the home. Treatmentwas
rec'lect. I was scared enough to given at the Westchester division -
"I love fireplaces! One like this;
faint anyhow. He came back drag- of the 'New York hospital.As .
look how the coals are forming now!
ging Tom Gough. He shot Gough Do you like to find pictures in them? with the majority of this typeof
twice and rode away. I tried to get mental ailments most of these pa- theD41iiiol14c
/ % Of course, everybody does.: The fire you
up. I got dizzy and sure did faint place is one-'of the things that makesme tients were above the average in
:for good. When I woke and the
up love this room." She stirred intelligence, the majority had gradu-

,.. boys hauled us into town, I was out slightly and sighed; she moved her ated from college and some were

cold. They thought I was dead. 'arms, crossing them, her hands on engaged in professions. The outstanding -
Me, I got to thinking. I let 'em symptoms 4n the order in
her shoulders, giving'herself a little,
keep on thinking so. Nobody knows rr f1wJ which occurred tenseness
they were ,
hug; she said,. "Dear old Early Bill,
; but Doc Evans; you and him, now, depression, anxiety, obsessions and harper bet-.u..
they're
he did try, didn't he? Tried so hard oa.*
'., Cal. And you're both going to keep I I to 'have him his fun' and at the compulsions, hypochondriasis (per- third DOUBLE thinner.OR
your mouths shut until I give the few" / I sisting in believing he has ailments SINGLE EDGES
same time to do something splendid
word" evidence that' he has not)
his 'old, despite ,
for you and me, for
"Rance weakness and fear of 4forlQC
Waldron is downstairs friends' son and daughter. Well, insanity.The

right:now," said Cal, stubborn, and I've a tiny fireplace all my own at' '-hospital, treatment; consisted Manufactured and guaranteed by

eager. "He killed the Judge, you home, and when I go back to teach mainly of interviews with the, pa- FEDERAL RAZOR BLADE CO.. NEW YORKIIRRITATIONS
Bays. And you saw him? And it's tient and supervision of his daily

almost a dead certainty that either ing"Ann! What -are you talking activities to fit his needs and abili-

'\ him or his hired hand, Tom Gough, about? You haven't forgotten, have ties. The average length of hospital OF
potted old ,Early Bill!" stay was 8I% months. A followup KIN
you, the money he left for us in the EXTERNAL CAUSEacne
"Shut up and sit down and'keep bank, fifty-fifty? We know that Buck- study, four to 14 years after this pimples bumps (blackheads), and
your shirt tail tucked in! Now, lis- tooth Jenkins got that ten thousandinto hospital treatment, showed 46 com- ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
ten. The Judge and me, we had put his hands on hers; she per- the heard the pletely recovered, five much im- miseries with simple home treatment.

those, two wills that old jackass Bill mitted the contact for a long mo- there pot was; you a whole lot more Judgesay proved, 17 improved, making a_ to- healing Goes to,work works at the once.antiseptic Direct action way., aids Usa

1 Cole Idra wed up. And Mr. Rance ment. about tal of 68 of the 100 who had bene- Black and White Ointment only as dlfrected.
Waldron's And you talking teaching! These .lOc,25c,50c sizes.25 years success
got 'em now. fited by the treatment. were
came too late. In the sweat band "Honestly cross .heart and Money-back guarantee. tsr Vital In
my
5 And now Cal Roundtree telling not insane patients, but patients who cleansing la good soap. Enjoy famous
were the initials, tooled through the_ hope'to die," she exclaimed, "I had not' balanced. Black and White Skin Soap dally.LEAF.
this to Cole Cody as the two jogged were properly
leather, "T.G. forgotten all about that part of it! *
along, came to a ,halt. Then he be-,
"Tom Gough, that's who it was, Why, there are thousands and thou-
'! gan to swear .explosively. And in Porfirio," he said as he tossed the sands there, all yours and mine!" Symptoms of .r..U KY
the end, grown quiet after his 1&
strug-
hat, now of no interest, to the ta Aunt Jenifer cleared her throat i .
gle with himself, he muttered dis- PectorisWhen jWk A KEY TO SUCCESS
considerately in the far, dim end Angina \\m BELIEVE IN LUCK CHARMS?
gustedly. ble.Cody not yet of ''mind for of the J From China came these beautifully ,
any long room. n it colored mysteriously processed leave -
'55 After a long while Cody asked, bed and sleep, started a quick blazein "Mind if I come in, you, two?" I a pain occurs in the regionof *1 LUCK favored Jn by LOVE many DOMESTIC to bring GOOD AFyL .i

long"What is he does going Doc to Joe play plan dead? How?" the fireplace and dragged a big she asked, and came straight ahead. I the heart, it is only natural for ,XH. NESS FAIRS, WAR.HEALTH.Carry GAMES a pair', BUS with
comfortable chair in front of it. "I'm close to getting the jim-jams, the individual to fear heart disease J M you send a pair to a boy in serv-
That started Cal Roundtree off Sco. Mail 25c coin, stamps, or U. S.
;- Sunk deep into Early Bill's pet chair, all' alone in my room. And I got because heart disease does war stamps for two lucky leaves (5
again. But he got himself in hand pair-10 leaves-for$1) to
and rolling what he thought was to to'thinking about a pot of,coffee and cause pain in and near the heart region LUCKY LEAF CO.. P. 0. 54E. Elmont! ,L I.,N.Y.
ultimately explained some partof be a good night cigarette, he did -you two fighting again?" especially under the breast

Doc Joe's plan. not hear a door open and close Cody gave her his chair, squatted bone.

"Late tonight the other doc, Parke softly, ''nor did he hear light oncoming on the corner of the hearth and What is called angina pectoris-

Evans, will find a paper in Doc's steps. What he heard first wasa started a fresh cigarette. Ann Lee viselike gripping pain in the chest- Wh9 :

room, signed by Doc Joe himself, subdued voice saying, began to laugh. may or may not be a' symptom of I aches and pains ,

dated a couple of years ago, saying "Hello, Cole Cody. Mind if Ljoin And thus began on the King Cole real or organic heart disease, but : RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
when he's dead he yearns to be and the fire minute t
you a ? I can't Ranch a short period of time into the patient should know what angina #
... packed up and shipped back to his sleep-can you?" pectoris is and learn not to be afraid
which entered a pleasant I
many moment -
boyhood's home which is in dear 'I
old He and drew "
rose up a companion of "sudden death.
Tennessee!" Cal spat far into with moments of quiet peace,
space. chair; the young firelight, catchingat
In the Canadian Medical Associa-
moments of spontaneous happiness,
"So Doc Evans will pack him in
a stick of pitch-pine flared
a up flitting air too swiftly because al- tion Journal, Prof. John ,A. Oille,
box, and haul him off with him
and shone brightly on his face.
the shadow came ,back, mo- Toronto, points out some of the out-
tomorrow, going back tCJ''Rim Rock ways
"Ann Lee, he said after a while. characteristics of angina.
ments when Ann Lee surprised standing
and to the railroad at Christmas a
"What is it Cole? she
asked.
look in Bill Cole Cody's which he For instance, angina lasts from
Forks. They'll ship
some sort of
a Both their voices
were quiet, hers
bundle ,and Doc Joe will hide out hushed. did not know was there, which no about one to 30 minutes, averaging Large Botttel{ refa'trta: *]'lloSrnIl Size 6Oc|
for a spell with Doc Evans. Later other girl had ever put there; and about three minutes. The pain is IT 111 SHOD OROC STORES IT Hill.neilil iris f
realize this
he'll chance "You by time, don'tyou times when he, trying to read what continuous and is not a little stab MCNEIL DRUG co, inc.
-\ get a to creep back that there's ,not chance in the 530 Broad Street-jacksonville.Florida
mind what she felt lasting only a second, which comes
this-away by the dark. of the moon. world of either you or me ever com- lay in her deep
Meantime we're to watch and wait to of the down in her heart even, dreamedhis and goes for about 15 minutes. Pains
ing own any part King Cole
lasting for hours or days are too
for Rance Waldron to be making his Ranch?" dreams.
.Play." "Yes." She spoke They rode together hours on end, long for angina. For Victory
very simply,
Pains that have been coming daily
memorizing the lovely details of the
in
not seeming or sounding the least
Arrived at the ranch they unsad- concerned; scarcely interested. He vast King Cole Ranch. Once Ann for months or years are coming too

dled, cared for their horses and said heard her long, quivering sigh be- Lee, as they came 'to the' crest of a often for coronary thrombosis (coronary -

good-night, Cal to turn in at the fore she added, "Maybe it's funny, rise of land from which they could occlusion) and are likely due
to arthritis in joints of spine.
bunk, house and no doubt tilt his but I don't seem to care any more. look for miles across a glory of
bottle to a long gurgle, Cole Cody After what has just happenedthosetwo undulating panorama, exclaimed "Angina is a 'wave' of pain and
the "Oh Cole! If is never a shoot, a stab or a prick.
hastening up slope to the ranch dear old men- breathlessly, this really
Angina is always the same kind of
house. And he
could be ours repeated
Darn hide Doc
your Joe! It was
in the patient that is it
In the starlit he himself not looking at her pain same ; ,
patio came upon hard for Bill Cole Cody to keep within ,
is never a sharp stab followed by a
Porfirio leunging on a bench, wait- from violating Cal's confidence, justas but into the furthest blue distance, "
dull ache.
ing for him. Porfirio's glowing cigarette it had been a man's job for Cal his jaw hard and his eyes narrowed, In heart disease, such as
described a quick, small arc to keep from blurting out somethingelse "Ours!" coronary /
thrombosis 'the pain and often
in the gloom as Porfirio .came to his he knew, something he felt And his thoughts switched swiftly, does come,on while at may rest or dur-
feet. bound to keep to himself. as so often they did, to the vanished
ing sleep, whereas in angina the "
"I'll see you in the morning Por- Waldron. For since that A.i .
Little by little, out of these drift- Rance nightin most frequent cause is exercise: or
firio- ing silences, they fell to talking Bald Eagle, none at the ranch excitement. "One must find out exactly -

"But wait!" exclaimed Porfirio ex briefly and sketchily about each oth- had seen or heard of him. Rance what the patient is doing at .....1.:
citedly. had simply'faded out of the
er, about themselves. Waldron
the instant the pain frequently
occurs -
"What the deuce is it?" muttered leaving no inkling of wherehe ;
They laughed a little together, and picture, patients will state that they -
Cody, stooping to see better.' "Not came closer each other than ever had gone or why or for how long. get a pain under the breast bone

I a dead cat, is it?"Somebody's old before, when they started to speakat And so the days drifted by, with only after eating, when in realitythe

: black tom-A hat! the same instant and with the summer 'ripening, and Cole Cody pain comes on only 'walking' BUY U.S.BONDSAND

Cody led the way into the living ,same thought: and Ann Lee with Aunt Jenifer lingered after eating. Angina comes during,

room; while he was lighting a lamp "Why, your father and mine, too, exertion, not afterwards." STAMPS

Porfirio explained how his persist- must have been great friends!" on.TO BE CONTINUED) ___


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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1048

FOUR .

I With .husband ,arid three sons I raining almost. continuously ever I reading, but you can be sure when
The Clewiston News ....'...... .............'...... ............-:-.;- ..............................'....'........,1 I in the armed a. forces Mrs. Gravely since_ .I ,got into the sunshiny (7) i the "Clewiston News" arrived I

must feel sort of lost at home. state. 1 dropped everything. it is verj-
I I've just completed 'a course on pleasant to keep in touch with one's
Published every Friday In Clewlston, She's the type that will always find in Canton and am now in a
engines friends by means of the
local
by the CLEWISTON NEWS, With to do and no paper.
useful things I
Florida many tank battalion. We're ,on what usedto
Edith and I
in are gradually getting
doubt there's not a spare moment be a farm owed by a Jap family, i in
settled our new location, Nor-
are many
There
p her calendar. in the' hills from
KEATIILEY BOAVDEX Editor the l ome'front, which is way out man, Oklahoma. I don't mind -
saying
Our things to bo done on .'San Diego. As far as I'm concern-
H Boysin and we are sure she- is doing her I ed California doesn't even compare Florida is more to myliking..
The wind blows almost
Entered as second class mail matter share of them. constantly,
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office in *' with Florida' Our oranges are even fillnig the eyes with dust. One of
Florida, under the. Act of girls, too.) >
Clewiston, ,the lots sweeter ( 1 the natives told
in me the wind
doesn'talways
1S97.Subscription '
March: ,3 in for Pri-
A new address came
I see and talk with Jots of the blow this
way, sometimes it
I Harold
)
--- Roland ( !
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----- vateVilliam' H.
I Marines :who were on Midway and blows much harder However,. I am
".00 Per Year. this week. He's been sent from
Rate : the injuredare
Most all
I Guadalcanal.
certain Oklahoma
I has its
good
Service Pueblo Colorado:
Pyote, Texas, to '
On ,Application. in San Diego. I
AiTtcrtlfciug Kitten that i points, 'and having lived here for on-
We referred to his work once as I
mistaken.He Grandmother Winn lives in ly five days I am certainly not a
of mechanic but we were '
Beach 'so I expect to see her qualified critic., We
Devoted to the advancement and wel- is an "armorer" (one i who installs Long I .cannot help-
fare of Clewiston and-Hendry County. .. .. .... N N N :N:H N:q:ti: guns on' ships.) He has 'recently when I get liberty. I, haven't been i but miss our kind friends in Clewis--
N N
N:N 111:N:N:N: :N: :N : : :N:N:N: been promoted and is now receiving the papers but I'm sureit's ton' No matter where we go I am

So Clewiston folks know the crew. because I've been moving aroundso sure we will never. find a place-
armorers
many flight chief of the -
II much. Hope that you'll start I.,where people are more friendly or
I 'return to Colo-
Gravely family, for many year He'' says since their '
'NATIONALEDITORIAL sending them to, my present address cordialthan the people of Clewis-
ship and "it is
I County residents, that w< i *ado he is in a new
ION Hendry right a\vay. ton.Ve hope that fate will permitour
honey. The boys all :seem en-
quote from a letter from Mr. Gravely a "
IB435ZLN 1' written April 4th front Talla-I thusiastic about the equipment they May I use ,your Service Men's return.

1I hassee. He says: "Our oldest son, are given to fly in and to shoot with, Column to say hello to all the boys'' Arid Clewiston folks are hoping
is and it always makes us a bit more in service from Clewiston, and to that the Dilleys will return to us
Colonel Louis O. Gravely, -j': now
I in North Africa as Executive Offic- I enthusiastic about buying war wish them the best of luck; after the "duration." It's one of

:N NON..:N:Ni iiNMN MN..:..:..:..:M M N M NN, :M:'i 21- on the staff of General Clark, .I bonds. We feel that our i boys deserve ly those who are on the especial-I'I the many pleasantries we have to
rack is Warrant Officer 'in Atlantic the very best there is and it is I I look forward to when'the Victory is

City,. New jersey; and Bobbie isin our small part' to save our money And Bill Dilley (or we should say won.! We'll be looking for you'.
RAMBLINGS .i the Navy and expects to be ordered for, war bonds so they can have it.' Lieutenant Dilley) writes us from I *
By B. B. to the Merchant Marine Of- the U. S. Naval Air Station, Nor- Russell V. Domer, an Okeechobeeboy
I '
icer's training camp in the near Owen Winn ''has turned up 'way man, Oklahoma. "I wish to expressmy who was Link' maintenance man

employment of the Attorney General] Chamber of Commerce man, for hedoesn't folks and the anomynous friend who and who lived at the home of Fred!
When Si and Doke left for thej ast August and have been with the: think it compares with Flor- are sending my subscription to the L. Williamson has written Mr. Wil-
it sort ofj;
Army yesterday morning "all Army since. I get to come home on .ida. He writes "Well here's another News. While taking inductrinationat liamson arid Mrs. Patten a grand-
that
gave the Post Office force in the week-ends. Regards to all of our, one of Clewiston's children out in Ohio State my schedule did not letter describing his life in training:

.gone"Post Office feeling.will The be women found holding Hendry County friends." our competitive state. It has ,been permit I, time being. used for outside (Continued on Page 10)

doubt - ------
the home front,and we have no '
will keep'the mail moving on sched- -- -. )
ule. If enough men can be found to

keep the wheels}turning on the rural

route, all will be well., Si and Doke
both volunteered and we'll be hear-

ing reports from them by next week. 1 ? // THt3 ROOM PAINTED
Along with them went Billy Davis,
there wasn't any use ; !
who decided' I.t. 'iC'i
I
waiting around for the Army to
He left school, since he I I :
call him. I I
wasn't far enough along to be deferred ) ;: //jT cT :: ;: i..

until graduation. He has

been waiting for a call for several f

weeks now.
*

The talk on Victory Gardens,' that tiThl'A .
Mr.: Sharpe gave the Kiwanians' :was igN

described to us as the real lowdownon iL) hL
how a lank amateur can grow, :
#
his own food. We hope it will be

repeated, or that he'll furnish us I
with whatever part of it is timely for
application to Clewiston soil at this

.. .
time of year. .',

:We have a' small garden plot, and '' '
we've .
wee' rank amateurs but .
cticallY ,eating out of the r, ,
been 'Pr .' '
garden for three or four weeks. We ;

have only alit- e of each variety, but
'it's*'been a good assortment for our
family, 'and it's meant 'a lot tows 'in

ready.points and We in have dollars green and peppers cents. tomatoes al-- ttJf!

', Irish potatoes, carrots, ::: :

turnips: collards, cabbage and lettuce ;
. now. We .were quite late planting -
.
a few beans and haven't' had them .. The new WASHABLE PAINT .
'
okra ,
yet.: .' There: are also beets, ,
onions, sweet potatoes coming ,along, -


and''later'plantings rots There, lettuce are, scores turnips of of and tomatoes gardens mustard., car-in eoq<< ..t' : covers practically. any surface with one@ot' : '>; \ \ .

_: > .
than : f- ,
Clewiston that are much better \

.ours bi' coli"We've parsleyf seen grand spinach cauliflower; celery, ,, ER Why stop at merely wishing, when you room within a few hours after it has been" ;1::<:'.' '-

Chinese cabbage, strawberries, and II r.PAPtiR 'h j ;< .; '
with SWISH
mentionedours can ,so easily make your wish, come true freshly painted :
tables.Ve've : '
other'
'
veg f J,
,
.
COVERS EVERYTHING .
only to show what people can ,
do in their spare time who. know with SWISH-that wonderful new paint And now, here's the best news of ,all: ,',: :Wl> \ .

nothing Our small.about plot gardening.and our spare time 0 that covers any: kind of surface! Get SWISH is amazingly economical! One: _": :>\;:;-, ;

have saved scores of cans and hundreds ";'. \
surface sir
that: Any kind of Yes, :
of man-hours. What would gallon of SWISH (in paste form which -.'t( '
otherwise have been required to get ': : .
SWISH covers wallpaper, old paint, \ -
food for our family contributes that makes 1} gallons ready to apply) is ; r ::.": .
to our ,: ,:,) :
toward getting food .
much EASY TO APPLY plaster, wallboard, even brick, cement, :
soldiers and our allies. 'Ours is buta enough to paint the average ,room! You-- ." !
drop in the bucket, to be sure, but and building _tile) And it'covers practically ,':,, ,'\', .\
multiply that by thousands and 12 and it to l
I simply thin it. with water apply ,
II .
Gardens and coat! .' ... 1
thousands of Victory :any of them with just one ,
you'll get a glimpse of what Florida 10 2 the surface. So-don't wish-SWISH! :.: > ;
folks have done to help. It's
really something of which,. the state\ But wait-that's. not all SWISH is in ..... ,
g 3 Make ,your wishes come true: Drop I ; :
can be 'proud. It's just getting l
gardening time in states further]. DRIES IN ONE HOUR washable-once you have painted a surface and let show the 8 smart SWISH ;:
us you ..
andthey'll : ; :
north so their turn is coming'; ; ,
their { with SWISH. you can easily keep it ,;.
do part.Mr. colors and the "many special tints you .' ;
circulars -
Sharpe referred to some I 1.:' 4 ;'" I
.,and booklets that the state spic? and span. ,;:<: '!
mix for yourself.AGE ,
easily
extension' department has for free can ,.. .\." ; .,' :

distribution,. that he considers particularly : : [ It's easy to apply anybody can do it. :
worth while. We haven't : 2i : ,

been them, but we intend to send, ,And it dries in ONE HOUR, so you t.-", .,<"'".. .j
for .them., We do have at copy of JUST "ADD WATER -:-, ',' i if
Bulletin 114 Surplus Fruits andVegetables" I don't have ,to upset your household whenyou H of s9eCadd water to :
n just and ma y.. f
recommend
that. we heartily No turPe you app \,1
Written 'June, 1942, it paint with SWISH! 'lrece 'o{ SW preadY to ,
brings war-time conditions into con- It ,* J' 1 long of 4, t T':, ", i
rlllCA \ X10
sideration and gives, very elementary House- 0((1 Its pleasant, clean odor vanishes quickly
instruction to Mrs. Average II I
wife, who never canned a tomato in 1
You can enjoy a meal in your dining1GALLON
her ,life but who wants to can some COVERS .... N
this year. It tells you lots of little\ GA t
AVERAGE ROOM, '.. .. .... A
and if -
things that are helpful panning .
...
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is a, new project with you it .

will be most helpful. Write Extension .
l -
Department, either University 1Clewis

of Florida,_ Gainesville, or Wo Bishop-Wilson Lumber Co.
man's College, Tallahassee. The
.
lj Iw,191Fj
bulletin is free. t'
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,
*' ton, Florida Phone ,88I' rn E1 'rr, ,

It got awfully hot during the mid-

dle of some of the days' this week, Ip1p/H -:,
but ,yesterday gave us a real Easter

nip and we dragged out the wool I -'- .
sweater we had thought''safely put -,' .... ----- --. -=-- '

away for the summer.





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:: <, .- ''Vv&i: .<,\ : : :. '...: \,' the crisis drives us to it.. England they felt the same :_ "-;, ')" ,:i: I

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: ,".:'.::, Co '," r<'". : .. .' ': r.:' 7,,;.' persuasive ought to be the spirit of our brothers, sons. .. 'VI 1.,..<':,- .x"1":: ::','3*':::, j' :::" ;\ ..
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: ::W." : :t !r we enemy an overwhelming torrent

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I :: ',o:! ;.,.', 1' ,'. '_/ : more decent'place to live In when this war IS won. .{.f.'S. : <: :;:

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PAGE SIX THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY APRIL 16, 1043


................................................................. about three the OPA have
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'..:.. .i jumps ahead of the mechanical cramp in some establishments, old 40c each. L. E. Thompson, Hookers

'.::. rabbit, which any experienced greyhound -, Joe is still dishin' up a right smart Point, Clewiston.

''...::.. TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY f will tell you is plenty fast. slab of yearlin', while. his spaghettiis

''':' It was sure a tough break for the somethin' to sure-enough drool

.'....:.. i racing lobby boys. Why some of over.
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..:. 'em acfually didn't get hereuntil T_
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...::. after the "All Clear" had sounded. Legislative. owls accustomed to

...:. sneaking out around midnight for a

.".:.. i; With a view having a little, fun bite to eat and a bottle of brew cNa

.....:. By RUSSELL KAY :| with one of the page boys, Rep. found every door locked and barred I SCH ou E

,:. Jenkins of Alachua called the kid against them on Saturday night. The

:. serious tone said: Army takes over the town
Secretary Florida Press Association :* aside and in a on week ,
-. .:. "I understand you've been circulating ends, and solons found they were no
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Gstvels banged In Tallahassee last! the whim, fancy or designs of the Scofield of Citrus' is a so-and-so." when the curfew went into effect
Train
'week to herald the opening of another -I group that happens ,to be in powerI The poor kid, half scared to death,I along about 11:30. Even city slick- No. 176For

legislative session. An auspicious I at each )legislative session. said: "No, Mr. Jenkins, I never told ers like Neil McMullen went to bed Orlando, Jacksonville,

occasion in the Capital City, but not Representative "Walker of Volusia anybody that, honest I didn't. I without any supper. Shades of

much: more than a newspaper head-I would have the 1943 Legislatureact don't know how in the world they Ybor City! Washington and New York

housewife the in' the matter without further found it out-but I sure didn't tell
line to the busy Lv. Clewiston .__...__.. "
'em!" '" .,_,_. 5:30 P. M.
sweating riveter, the worried, ex- delay, and he has introduced a bill I Baptists To Have-

ecutive or' his weary counter clerk. for a uniform system of municipal (Instead of 6:00 1'. 31. as Formerly),
Legislators tackled their job In government as mandated by the Rep. Buck Hancock thinks it I -- .!

a businesslike, manner. Both House people by a vote of ,better than two would be a good idea to make the I (Continued from Page 1) -

and Senate pushed through the,I,to one nearly ten years ago. Industrial Commission publish the to Clewiston In connection withthe I For '

opening routine' and were organized'I Its passage would mess up a lot names of all those getting paid for school of missions and there will be Information, Tickets and

'for action in remarkable time. Senate -I of play-houses, and in view of that not working' so that when a farmer classes for all ages conducted each I Reservations, Consult

President Beall and House Speaker fact it will have a rough and rugged needs help he can hunt up some evening just prior to the"Missionary

Simpson inspired their collea-i road to travel before it reaches .of the folks enjoyin' this "rockin'chair" addresses. The classes are on topics I
brisk Governor's desk. j money and put 'em to work W. W. Perry
gues from the start with their i the appropriate to the age group and
and competent conduct of proceed- with a provision that if they refuse all are related to the South American -I -

ings that kept things moving and yet legitimate employment they can be work. The program begins I Ticket Agent

:sacrificed neither courtesy nor con In With The I ILawmaliers taken off the roll. "Either that," each evening at eight, and Rev. H. Clewiston, Florida Phone 85COASTLINE
sideration. I "Sitting says Buck, "or abolish the cockeyed C. Meador issues a general invita-

written the close.of the commission and get back to the old
This at tion to all interested to attend. .
tirst week of legislative activities. fashioned Idea of encouragin' folksto

While it .is much too early to make By RUSSELL KAY try and make an honest livin.." I 1 I I New Group Of- I

any predictions as to what may happen I II

it has been possible to make a (Florida Press Association) -I When it comes to dishin' up a

fairly accurate check of the reac-// mess of plain and fancy readin', (Continued from Page 1) i

tion to the Governor's message.It Dixie Mason can hold his own with : :
four, Benny Clay, Joseph Koon, .
is evident that much of his anyone and as reading clerk he has
Like a flock of camouflaged tanksin Louis Hardy and Rossie B. Baker,
suggested program has met with favor given House members an earful. If
a battle area the big guns of were assigned to the Army.
yet there appears to be a sharp the occasion requires he can read i:
Florida's 1943 Legislature took their
his for 3c bill distinctly and with distinction, I The eighteen rejected were Tom-
conflict on proposal a weekto INVEST 10% OF YOURINCOME
seats in House and Senate last I
Lee
tax on cigarettes. While the Gov- hidden but when "time" is an element, he my Pugh, Johnnie Dukes, J. W.

ernor's recommendation offers an remain almost completely can pour a. flock of words togetherso Hill, Marion Wilburn, John Nathan : IN

easy way out, a great many membersof behind the avalanche of floral' tri- fast he makes a tobacco auctioneer Hill, Salmon Scurry, W. C. Wright,
So
that desk.
butes adorned
and Senate every '' like'a Claude Jones, Menzo Reed, John
both the House are look' total loss.
'not satisfied that such action is profuse were the flowers that the Henry Davis, Otjs) McGready, Cy
scene resembled a cross between a Blackster, Charlie Sasser, Richard War Bonds
either justified or necessary. Those funeral. Worthy of quotation in the Literary -
flower show and a gangster -
from the state's tobacco growing Raiford, Sam Knight, Charles Spencer -
Everyone had at least two huge Digest's "Picturesque Speech"department
Jenkins L. Brown
George and
quicker to their .
areas were express while was the' following from
boquets, the desk of Senator Willie S. Silimon.
opposition, while similar opinion Baker was cracking under the weightof the' speech of Rep. L. C. Crofton of

\cas expressed by leaders from ,every Brevard, seconding the nominationof i'-
in
covered
a dozen or more--so ,
section who look on it in the light Truckers AreContinued
I fact, that the gentleman from the Richard .H., Simpson for Speakerof -
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'of excessive tax burden the [
an on the House-"The peroxide of
23rd couldn't find room enough for
luckless cigarette smoker rather time has touched his hair-and gent AFTER THE WAR YOU
an elbow, much less his ,feet.
than on the commodity itself. ly turned It to silver. This is but a j i!1 ( from Page' 1) WILL

The ghost of Governor Fred "Believe-it-or-not" material developed symbol that his experience, his learn CN-5-F if a fleet'' operator. The ODT WANT TO BUILD
I
stalked thru legislative corridors as the first day when SenatorN. ing, his knowledge has ripened into manager sai dthat failure to file such YOUR OWN HO3IE.: CONSIDER .

the old familiar "We don't need no Ray Carroll of the 33rd appeared wisdom that comes with an early application, may not only result in

-moire taxes" rang out as a challengeto wearing a bright yellow pencil tuck mellowing of age." suspension of the operator's certificate I INVESTING PART

administrative suggestions and ed coyly beneath his right ear. Sen, but" makes. ,him liable, to prosecution OF, THE REMAINING: 85%

legislators began prying Into gov- ators have been, seen with pencils be- I got permission to borrow my .,

'ernmental costs with the thought hind: their ears or back, of, them on 18-year-old daughter from FSCW I The original owner of such a I OP YOUR '"INCOME IN A

that ;substantial savings may be many occasions, and now and then the other night and took ,her out to truck, upon, selling it,, should return

found possible through the euminai-\ one' is encountered with a ring' in Spaghetti Joe's for a gander at Tallahassee *,:[I his Certificate of War Necessity to ,

ion of unnecessary \ his ,ose, but never, in all our experience Night Life during a legis-!I the nearest ODT district office, and Homesite

services and stopping the practice of have we seen one who 'could lative session.,; It 'was ;a terrible j 1[must turn in his unused "T" coupons

employing special attorneys to per I toss a full-grown pencil under an let down ,after a lot of things she'd'1 t''to the local War Price and Ration-

form tasks which the people pay ear lobe and have it stay there, defying heard for you could count all the I ling: Board. 'If these tickets are not :'

their: Attorney General to handle asa I the law of gravity and amazing legislators present on one ha'nd'and'' turned in, the purchaser of the truck
': part of his constitutional ,duties.
outside of bottle of beer two I find himself unable
the astonished onlooker. a or may to get gasoline
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,
Senator Beacham of Palm Beach|' and a glimpse 'now and then of a coupons from his board. CLEWISTON REALTY '

'disclosed that with the settlement of Beau Brummels were in evidencein. hip flask there was little'' in the Rowland also pointed out that
I
an estate, in Palm Beach, Florida way of excitement. We had leave and DEVELOPMENT
would' fall heir to both chambers, but RepresentativeUsina to truck ,operators changing their ,area '
approximately of St. Johns went beyond the early but up to that time alt'the of 'operations or the nature of their

tour and ahalf million dollars. line of duty in upholding the 'traditional floor space under the tables was, vacant -I'business I also must inform' their local CORPORATIONTHE

Such a windfall at this time oughtto reputation of his famed and and the juke box had time to [i ODT district manager of such

ease the situation considerablyand fashionable east coast' by appearingin develop rust between numbers.''changes. I
make any new taxes unnecessary -
sportswear that would command
since Governor Holland in his ,
admiring glances in competition
message asserted that only $3,500-
with the best Palm ,Beach could
000 1vas'needed to see us thru. We
hope Senator Beacham's information offer. Colleagues in humble busi- OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
ness'garb gazed in awe at such a
is correct.
I display of masculine splendor and '
Among the first batch of bills to
opined that maybe there was more
choke the yawning hopper were
to this Alligator Farm business than
several that would abolish various '
some people thought. '
boards and bureaus and prevent the

'employing of special attorneys.
Mother nature, recognizing the 1
Following the Chief Executive's
auspiciousness of the occasion, did f't !I
"urge for action on public health r
lier' part by breaking out as grand /
measures.that would place a strict) :
and glorious a gob of 'Spring weather -
'curb on veneral disease, several I -
legislators as anyone could ask for. Shei
introduced bills designed
adorned Capital City trees in cloaksof
"to solve this problem and remove I
new green foliage and released a
the
stigma that now rests on this '
flood of sunshine that' would warm
state in that connection. I ...
the heart of an Egyptian Mummy.
A bill to extend the racing season I I
Even the birds sweeter than
sang
vent thru both
Houses quicker than -
1 usual, frolicsome flies cast caution "/
you could say "Sal Hepatica," for
the I I to the winds and' flew: hither and J
galloping puppies are still bring
I I yon among the dignitaries, buzzing "
ing In revenue in spite of everythingthe '
their welcome the while. S 1
OPA has been able to do. A 1 I

nave few sessions'called for ago weeks such of a, bill discussion\ would I II I During previous sessions one'could ,., TT

find attaches around,
I running
}
and
then probably would have been I '
lost in the shuffle. legislative halls as thick. as roaches ( '
in a boarding house' kitchen. Any 1I i
In 1933
the
Legislature \proposed, '
I legislator with less than four or 1 ,
:and
the people adopted at the 1943 I "
five of these "mother's little helpers" -
general election, a constitutionalamendment ,
: was looked upon as eccentricor
designed to curb the I
'local bill" just plain dumb. From the, time
evil. It provided that I
of his election up until the sessionwas
'The I .
Legislature shall by general
laws all but over, 'a member, of the i
classify cities and
towns accord
House, or Senate, received almost ,as
ing to iI .
I
population and shall by gen- I
eral laws provide for their incorporation many applications for such jobs as I
he did requests for pensions, but this
government, jurisdiction
powers -
I year most of the boys have had to I
duties
and .privileges under such '
'classifications and no special or local ,I get down on their knees ''and beg before ( f.he more I read about it, Judge, the mart I for airplane windshields and instrument covers I

laws of such nature shall be. they could induce competent recite the tactics and requirements of this war to make lacquers used in camoufiaf&ff

passed by the Legislature." i stenos to fool around up here on I are as different from the one I fought in 25 equipment and as a base for synthetic rubber

'Despite this mandate of the people -I i such bucks a measly stipend as six trillI years ago as night is from day." needed for tires gas masks, paratroop equip
I ling a day Rep. Wotitzky of
four Legislatures have failed to Charlotte tells I II "Yes, and I can give you an example of ment and dozens of other things.
the situation is
perform their duty and by general I so bad some of me the fellows are I how true that is, Fred. In World War I the "Every time I think of it, Fred, I realize I

I law provide a uniform system of ,studying shorthand and learning to I chief uses of alcohol produced for war pur- how fortunate we were in having a beverage i
government. I
play a typewriter poses were found in smokeless powder, medical distilling industry in existence when war
'
f At the present time municipalitiesare I .. supplies and chemical warfare materials.In broke out. .ready and willing to convert l

I ,special governed charters under the authority of I can: remember back when it ,this'war the need for this product is far 100% to the production of thh critically I
granted by the Leg-
islature in the form of special acts used to take no less than three sessions !'- more vital because it is also used as a fuel to needed war product. I'm mighty sure boot- ,
,
and we have about as many formsof of hard labor and a gay whirlof propel torpedoes, to make shatterproof glass, leggers wouldn't-have." .

expensive night life to even get
,municipal
government as there
are municipalities. And, to make a racing bill introduced, but this ,

matters worse, these charters are time the Lawmakers put one thru ', ConffTtnct ofAkohalic Batrafi I",""lu./....'
extending the season almost, before- -
:being constantly changed to meet li 1
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FRIDAY, APRIL 16, IIJ.13 .- -
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Mrs. L. I. Maloy of Pahokee spent ing the afternoon 'and scores kept' Sikes, Mrs. W. T., Bembry and Rev. LOST-2 keys, Schlage make, on

,. I I a few days here last week 'with her on each. Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff was H. C. Meador. bobby pin. Return 'to. Louise,

daughter, Mrs. Ken Swayne. awarded:: first prize 'and, Mrs. Ken Roath.
Persona II Swayne low prize. MOTHERS CLUB MEETING ...
l L THURSDAY
HELD EVENING
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, Charles B., Mrs. Hedke served a chicken salad
Miss Florence Graham course to Mrs. H. E.. McLaughlin, 1
. Owens and J.'M.COUSE?
vIsitors' in MiamiWednesday. Mrs. R. W. Turk, Mrs. G. E. Wenz The Mothers Club of the Community -I: .

: I were business. loff, Mrs. A. O, Oliver, Mrs. E. H.. Church met Thursday I 'Counselor and Aitornej at l.Hopkins .sw
E. M. Cornctte made 'a business.trip I Walston Mrs. C. R. Krueger, Mrs. ing at the Community even-I!

.1. to LaBelle Wednesday. John Kettl, Mrs. R., M. Hare, Jr., and the regular April meeting. Building
... I Mrs. H. J. Oglesby is expected Mrs. Ken Swayne. L.' M. Hutson conducted the devotional -I Wednesdays and Satcrclays

.? G.. E. Wenzloff is spending two home today from Jacksonville where -- -- service, using the Easter 9:80, to 4:00

:', '; weeks in Chicago oii'' business. she went for medical treatmentsfrom HIKE AND SWIM BEFORE '. message as topic. J
__ specialist. While there herd McLendon awarded'
.' 't a PICNIC SUPPER ENJOYEDThe Mrs. C. L. was -
I son, 'Sgt. Vincent Oglesby, came a prize for submitting the_ winning
visitor
_' W. C. Nall was a business .
down from Gunter Field, Alabama,I name, "Memoir of Mothers Club" for
Lanier's classof
of Mrs.
'y. in West Palm Beach yesterday girls DRESSMAKING, ALTERING,
for a visit with his mother.L. the Scrap Book.
,
'" the Community Sunday School enJoyed -
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BUTTONHOLE MAKING
Ten garments were distributed,
'.- ? -Mrs. C. E. Bailey were a hike and swim party, followed I
.i': Mr and Jr. U. S. Navy and: members to be made .for the
Sunday. ,C. Reclish, by a picnic supper on the among I Mrs. Inez
in St. Petersburg Pope
t.-
visitors
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.+'" Mrs. Redish arrived Saturday for a levee Saturday afternoon. The girls Red Cross. The 'group worked on I
'
'i-. -" visit with theIr parents. Mr. and hiked down and enjoyed a couple: Easter baskets for the nursery egg" ,Millcrest Near Passenger Depot<< '

;r,,' J. 1;. McCree, of Miami Beach; ,. Mrs. L. C. Redish and Mr. and Mrs. of hours' swim, then ate the picnic hunt, and the committee on spon i!

','. visited' friends in Clewiston Tuesday.Mr. ", ".U G. M. Waters. Carlisle is stationed: lunch they carried with them. j j soring an orphan began work on an I (next: doo*. to Bill Allen's),

;:, ... -- II at the Naval Air Station, St. Simons -', Included in the group were Barbara -I Easter outfit 'for the child. I'

:: ," and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were Ga., and his wife 'has been therewith I: DeVane, June Espenlaub,I Tlie hostesses, Mrs. B. T. Vorheesi J ,

,>:" visitors in West Palm Beach Sunday." him. They have a ten day Rachel Miner, Shirley' Pape, Betty I i and Mrs. J. W. Durden, served refreshments -I .

k.. leave. I Buxton, Jean Bartz, Mary Louise II of cookies and fruit i Johnson's Fish Camp I

{ ; .' W. C. Owen and H. A. Bestor were Thomas, Grace Ward, Jo Ann juice. "-

business visitors in Tallahassee, this' Miss Mary Markette and Mrs., T. Crouch, Shirley Owen. Harriet Al- Attending were Mrs. Carl.E.. .I (Near Hurricane Gate)

week. I E. Markette went to Tampa Mondayto ston, Pat Bailey and Anne Prewitt i I Johnson, Mrs. Roy Durrance, Mrs. J. Clewiston, Fla.

1f: ; II bring T. A. Markette] home after and. Mrs Lanier. W. Ezelle, Mrs. G., H. Brower Mrs.J. .I Boats and Motors-Guide Service I

Y. Patterson E. Taylor, Mrs. Jack Morris, Mrs.J. Hates Reasonable
. i{ Mr. and Mrs. R. several months in the Tampa, Hospital -
(.,,' spent the week-end in West Palm I Friends are delighted to BAPTIST SOCIETY HAS K. Keine, Mrs. J. W. Durden, Mrs.L. .I W. H.. Johnson, Mir.I .
M. Weetman Mrs C. E. Gericke,
,
: 'Markette's conditionhas MEETING TUESDAYThe
: Beach. learn that Mr. PROGRAM: I
," Mrs. L. M. Hutson, Mrs. R. H.
:,... improved a great deal and that
;.:..." Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hundertmark he is able to walk about with the Woman's Missionary Societyof Knight, Mrs. A. H. Vann, Mrs. ,B. T.

c....... visitors in West Palm Beach Vorhees, Mrs G. H. Brown and Mrs.I i
; : were aid of crutches. I IThe' the Baptist Church met Tuesday
I
I A K. Bowden. Florist Agency
;..' Sunday. ------ at the Church. very interesting I
: carrying out a courtroomscene I
: Rev and Mr$. John N. Montgomery program Flowers delivered here at no
>, ,, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Driggers e Mrs. John A. Morrow, Mrs.' trying Mrs. Individual Christ- Letters To The EditorMrs. extra cost. Other towns, any- t
; were visitors 'in Fort Myers over the and' ian given by the Lottie Moon
was
W. Durst, Mrs. H. R. Hall wherein U. S. ,add only cost of
week-end.. IW. N. Martin spent Wednesday and: Circle, ,Mrs. Jack Himrod in charge.Those .
J;: : __ I Bowden: telegram, ranging from 20 to
I Thursday in St. Cloud attending a''i taking part on the program Please make a note in your paper 55, cents.
!- Mrs: James Rowland of Miami is meeting of Presbyterial. Mr. ,Mar-I were Mrs. Himrod, Mrs. R. L. Mar- this week correcting the statement FOUNTAINWestern
MRS. SARAH E.
'. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tin was delegate from the board of shall, Mrs. Earl Peters, Mrs. W. R.! that the Baptist' Woman's Missionary) Union Office

}: C. E. ,Bailey. elders, ,Mrs. Durst is president of Broadrick, Mrs. Ben Bolton, Mrs. Society would take charge of the
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the Ladies Aid and Mrs. Morrow and H. C. Meador, Mrs. Leon Bembry, cadets club on the week-ends. Mrs. Day Phone Night

Mrs. Thomas M. Boals is leaving I Mrs. Hall also represented the Mrs. Fred Dunaway, Mrs. 0.. A. Stewart, before putting the article

today to spend the week-end in Avon Ladies Aid at the meeting: Clarke, and Mrs. W. F. Nail., in the paper, failed to find out, defi- ...
Park visiting friends; I I
..
.
,/ T The regular business'meeting was nitely if we would do so.,

'" GARDEN CLUB NEXT WEEK held after the program, Mrs. W. F. I We do not feel that we could be in RENTAL HOUSES
(.: \ Mrs. Glen 'Etherton and daughter,
v NaH in charge. Others attendingwere [ charge or take part on the week- of Mrs. Viola Stone's Estate are
Saturday from
Glenda returned
: Sue, -
:-. a week's ,stay in Miami. The Garden Club will hold its reg- Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs., C. R. ends as our society is a soul-winning. in charge of Mrs. Jewel Hooker.

'",:- ', ular meeting next Thursday, April Krueger, Mrs. R. I. Rainey, 'Mrs. A. organization. Two now vacant.
'
f' : 22, at the Community Center at 3 Ht Vann, Mrs. J. H. Roath, Mrs. Thank you. SEE MRS. HOOKER
: Erler called towauchula
Mrs. T. E. was
.
,, I o'clock. Dr. J. W: Ezelle will show, Gordon Bembry, Mrs. Montgomery, /Sincerely, II them.
(:: Wednesday by the illness concerning
r i '. -' colored movies of Clewiston gardensand Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs.. E.-' F."Ph, l-, RUTH NALL, ,
of her father, who suffered a severer
.(:j.!j',,' heart attack Tuesday. the club'will then go to the home ]lippi, Mrs. C. S.- Waters, Mrs. Fred. W. M. U. President., i I ,- .' ., .

.-..: .... of Mrs. Leah L. Spicer for a tour I \ : ,
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through her garden. -
r-- W'ylie -
J Mrs. B. L. of Carthage t "
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; ?: Arkansas, left .Saturday. after a yisit -
BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIES
,
: '.,,' of several days with Dr. and Mrs. v

; i:::y W. D. Wylie and family. Mrs. R. C.JlVilson: entertained'the : ; 9;
;
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. :' Wednesday 'Afternoon Bridge Club ;
_ -ji : Mr. and Mrs. Homer J. Rogers ofWest .
at her home this week. Quilted card: "
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f'2I- ,
Palm Beach spent the weekend -' w U
ii' table covers were awarded to Mrs'
'ii" '. 'here with their son, J. Kenneth k '
: .. D. Gs Alston for first: prize :ands to '" :
: : and
.
m tRogers Mrs.Rogers. -
:: -{ Mrs. Carl Johnson,,for cut,prize.* '.- f< ... : '. 'ON TIlE .. ;, t It
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\> 1French' pastry and coffee' were :
; :. Mrs.
,. Foy Durrence and daughter. ,
f. served ,at the. conclusion of play to
fS:, "- : ,\,: Bonnie. Faye, are spending several Vi.TRANSPORTATION
Mrs. Alston, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs, F.
; days in West Palm Beach visiting '
r. E. Conkling,- Mrs. J.. W. Ezelle, 'Mrs.
,.. /': ,their aunt, Mrs;,R. B. Bunyard. ,
.; :, '':!. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. G. B. Thomas. FRONf1
'
-:.:< ,< Mrs. S. C. Stalls Misses\ Jean and and Mrs. Keathley Bowden. :

.' t{, f." .Peggy Stalls,' Sion Stalls and' Nancy _. -:. < :;

j i'; ",:.'... \':, Middleton'- of Moore Haven visited .CO-PILOTS CLUB HOLDS ; ': '' "': .'1',:...' YOU hear more and more today about the ground crews- ,

)' :':.{ r : Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nail Sunday. SOCIAL )IEE'.rIXG''VEDXESDAY: ", ,\ ', ; the boys back-stage who keep them ticking ,and upon \
.,'j'''' :- i '
} I of andproduction :
successful war i'
1
: whose skill and prosecution
.f :: :, Mr. and Mrs.: Robert 'Vest morei.i The Co-Pilots Club held a' social : .' :: energy -
; .. 4;, so much depends. / tL.. .,
; ,
.
., land have as their guests their mothers meeting at the Instructors Club :' --
;;'' r,."': Mrs E. ..A.Vestmoreland and House' on the nidge'W.ednesday aft : '. Just such groups compose the maintenance forces of Florida '?:;""'\

"i <" : ,: .' Mrs. W. 1Inge, of Blackstone, Va. ernoon. Bingo was played during '- ."''_ I,> Motor. Lines. They, too, are the unsungbehlndthesceneitalwarts f.t: s

:";'.' '.1'',., the social hour, and prizes awarde'dvarious .. '::'":- to whom we owe so much of our ability to "keep ;. \<"' : :\

; < ." Mrs. L. A. Osteen of Fort Myers winners ,- "" I tE<:}4
't(,.,.L' is spending some time here with her The group, under the leadership> ofMrs. '::; em rolling. -" :

: : ", daughter, Mrs. R. C. Nowling.-. Mr. '''W. G. King, president, 'plan a .. .;,: ,: Yep-they$ are all fine performers intelligent, hard (

:,( : !' Nowling is in Tampa where he is party:; ,for April 24th. ', ;: ;.) working, loyal specialists as.a result of years of train {:t1
Mrs., J. K.. Keine, Mrs. W. G. King ; ', w
;: taking a welder's course. with both hands to
there
:tI: 'C' .. ;y,M. ;1These. boys are in swinging \
and Mrs. F. E. Hunziker were hostesses -- "
-- of
"' of out existing equip !
; Wednesday afternoon.. -' .''.(! ,:;:,- squeeze every ounce performance
,r Mrs. Joe M. Hall left Saturday for irreplaceable equipment For war's extra burden, on tc
'.
L
,.: /, Manhattan, Kansas, to join Sergeant:I ; takes toll and brings hard hours to '

F::,: .. Hall, who is stationed, at Camp RAF CADET SLATER HONOREE .:: ". Transportation heavy standards ,
; fleets to -
>':.;' Funston. :Mr. and :Mrs. Charles "AT DINNER PARTY SUNDAYMrs. I :,. .' keep today's transportation up pre-war
'' : of and comfort. i' .
: ': Bolton accompanied her to West I : i safety

:,'! Palm Beach E. W. Durst entertained witha these fellows to
I "hard-earned" on
,:), :/ You can just lay your '
L' -- dinner party Sunday compliment "j; : do 'a bang-up job. They're real soldiers good, 'solid \I''
A group from the local Baptist' ing RAF Cadet Charles Slater on his ,: work like
Americans who have shown a willingness to' fury, ,
? Church attended the Quarterly Association -II 21st birthday. GuEsts included of' > .
; ;
', '' of their labors.
: know the
'\ ,,when few will ever importance -
.:: { meeting at the Canal J Miss Juanita Erler, Miss Margaret _

';,:... '- Point Baptist Church Thursday .included -- I Von Mach, Mrs., E. 0. Ward, Mrs._ .,,;; MILLER'S DRUG STORE
f
, f;: ': the Rev. and Mrs., H. C.I Sandy Bell, Cadets Slater, John D., -
L:" Meador, Mrs. W. F. Nail, Jr., Mrs. I I Roy, Bob Cole and Larry Beale. \ Ci l.nnl Point, Florida ;

f '\,: Arch Hodges and Mrs. E, F. Phillip. l| After dinner a lighted ,birthday
: '-" I|cake was brought in and placed before -

: Mr.. and Mrs.,. A. W. Sia"s and Mrs.I the honoree, who received other .r! i Moro I

:: ..', A. W. Lawrence were visitors in 1 I gifts, including humorous ones from

: West Palm ', .,
Beach Saturday afternoon his fellow cadets.PARMELIA .
;
....,.
Edgar Sias, who spent last I Ii I. -
,i .- '. week here with his brother, A. W. BOURNE'S 16TH I I .

'!7:" <. Sias and his sister, Mrs. Elmire 1 BIRTHDAY CELEBRATEDi

: i': ', Whidden, accompanied them and re-! .

.,',: \ turned to his home in Homestead.J. I i i Parmelia Bourne celebrated her

:" 16th birthday Tuesday ,evening witha

E. Beardsley is in Tallahassee I party at the home of her parents -

'\' this week attending a meeting call"ed '+Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Bourne. -:
I
;
': ; by Nathan Mayo, commissionerof I Michigan Rummy and dancingwere
.:. : -: Agriculture of many who are in- enjoyed'during the evening and
.
terested in the preservation of the refreshments, including a' decorated

Everglades. The meeting is an outgrowth ,- and lighted cake, were served' buffet

': of movement started by style later. --

_, '.,' ... the Soil Science Society at-its re-' Those invited included Marianne I
.
: cent meeting in West Palm Beach Jones: Carolyn Bryant, Elsie Mar-

--. j tine, Nora Oglesby, Christine dish -

I \ ( Lt .and Mrs. W. A. Read and Miss Sherwood Hall, Bernard Letter;
';:..- Elizabeth Read spent Friday, Satur-1: Horace Brown, Oliver 'Jack and I

.. day and Sunday in Clewiston with! Junior Martinez. I'

'. 'their son and brother, W. A. Read,'' _
Jr., and-visltlng many friends. Lt. MRS IIEDKIg IS HOSTESS

j Read was formerly in'charge of the'I AT SHOWER THURSDAYI /

Clewiston sub-office of U. 'S. En-I I "< -
: gineers. He returned to Army ser- H.; A. W. Hedke was hostess

vice and is now a 1st Lieutenant I at a stork shower Thursday after-

and is stationed at the Hoffman noon, complimenting: her sisterinlaw -

Airborne base,' Hoffman, North Carolina Mrs. Hugh E. McLaughlin. The

Mrs Read and Elizabeth are party was held at the Sugarland
.
making ,their home in St. Petersburg ,- Recreation Center... I

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PEEVE > By VIRGINIA VALE The desert island ::
Released by Western Newspaper Union
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4lw ,THE, little town of Brawley, Should be. paying -

., woke up one morn- ,- ".
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ZS 012P ized battalion of German t. -
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troops, armed to the teeth, lining -

the streets. As the Mexi- 0

can border's only 25 miles

away, the townsfolk were a bit

jittery Then they took an- WNU Features.

other look at the "invaders" and

recognized them as Brawley high

(WNU Service) school boys, drafted by Columbia CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
Pictures to represent a unit of the
Nazi Afrika in the
\ \ / / Korps picture
: "Somewhere in Sahara." Humphrey
Bogart's starred in it.

1 ; / --.-", MONEY TO LOAN

Janice Gilbert, who's twenty, has Funds available for buying, bldg.. repairing -
/4 been acting since she was eight, has refinancing property.Anywhere. Other
purposes Int. from 3% yrly. Repayment to
v been on the radio since she was 40 ;yrs. Interstate Housing, Eureka, N. Y.
ten. On "The O'Neills" she plays ,

"Janice. O'Neill" and also an infant ,./
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o I I JANICE GILBERTand _

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four children. But her most FEVERISHCOLD

famous juvenile role is "Little Or- '
phan Annie"-when she tours army

... camps, entertaining the boys, she SUFFERERS
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i The night Ann Ayars, Metro star-' '
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Arthur, Calif., she got a rousing

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MISSIUG6EECAM are used by the body cells in fever
hall by a new recruit who led her :
.. ish illness. With those deficient in these ;
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door. Ann fell in to her hips. She demands an extra supply.you're suf- I :
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your limited diet does not supply enough '
,.... of her was mud! vitamins! Don't risk a deficiency. Start :
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', '. /, ..-.,. Lupe Velez watching him in- they're distributed by makers of famous -
ByJ. : f' ;' Bromo Quinine Cold Tablets. And you '
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n'S GOT ME WCW'T DEARIE, WHY NOT? YOU YES,B11rI FI JD in 5 minutes or double money back
DOWN-THIS PIECEBUT ITS A, HAVE A CAR rr COSTS Lionel Barrymore was in a dan When excess stomach acid causes painful.suffocat:
S *ARE YOU HAVIM'AWYFUW"\6RAND IDEA' THAT RUNSkON6Y TO gerous spot a while back, and it, ing prescribe gas,sour tho stomach fastest-acting and heartburn medicines,doctors known usually for
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t ,I'D LOVE TO No laxative. Bell-eos brings comfort in a
PLACES THIS WEEK ti !' part of a scenario. when the actor jiffy or double your money back on return of bottleto
EJUD?! 60.L knows he'll be rescued. Driving us. 25o at all druggists.

i ICI home, he miscalculated the depth of,

flood water' near' his ranch, and- xYOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM
found himself sitting in his stalledcar

in water up to his neck. The,
swift current started moving the car MCi fASH5It !
o'S
__ toward deeper water. But neighboring -
farmers came along with you suffer from hot flashes, dizzi-

I II I chains and hauled the car back onto ness weak,,distress nervous"Irregularities"irritable, blue. are at
the highway. The car was ruined, times-due to the functional
I but the famous Barrymore wasn't "middle-age" period in a woman's
/ tl life-try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- ....
damaged. table Compound-the best-known
--,," medicine you can buy today that's
made especially JOT women.
I .WHAT'S ISHOULO I I When Robert Ryan joined the Plnkham's Compound has helped
DONT TELL ME YOU'RE SAY NOT- BUT 1Ei army he knew that he'd have a job thousands upon thousands of wom-
S GETTING TIGHT'! back he has contract en to relieve such annoying symp-
when he came ; a -; toms. Follow label directions. Pink- ,
w, with RKO that assures his return ham's Compound is worth trying
T to the screen at the war's end,

at a salary exceeding the one he
E was getting when he left. His workin WNU-7 14-43
"Bombardier" and "The Sky's the
N. Limit" was responsible for the
scrapping of the old contract and the

\0 writing of the more favorable new .
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1 1 I Bob Hope's set for another of those May Warn of Disordered

/ cross-country tours of army, navy Kidney Action
WNU Features. LIB,.IpoI,',. and marine posts and bases, whichis Modern life with its hurry and: worry f
habits, improper eating; and
who'll Irregular
news for the men
good
drinking-Its risk of exposure! and infection -
benefit; he gives them a swell show. -throws heavy strain on the work:

. J THE HCL Victory' Item THAT DOES IT In fact, he probably works harderat of over-taxed the kidneys.and They fall to are filter apt excess to: become acid
entertaining servicemen than at and other Impurities from the lifegivingblood.
Noticing a colored American soldier .
cycling on the right side of the anything else. You may suffer nagging' backache,
:f- headache dizziness! getting up nIghts.leg .
road
an English police-inspector pains swelling-feel constantly
stopped him and explained that the r 0V Jack Miller, orchestra director for tired nervous all worn out.Other signsof
rule of the road was the other way t r' I Kate Smith and "The Aldrich Fam- times kidney burning or bladder scanty disorder or too are frequent some-
round. ily," can drop off to sleep'any time. urination.Try .
"But you; cycle on the right side He dozed off in the ,tudio before a Doan's to Pills.off harmful Doan excess help body the
kidneys pass
in France, Italy, Switzerland, and recent "Aldrich Family" broadcast, waste. They have had more than half a I
x Germany," he added. so the cast slipped out and sent a century ot public approval.users everywhere.Ask Are recommended .
grateful
by
-- "Suh," said the Negro, "when I page in to wake him and explain your ntighbortI

Shopper-Say, there, you're givingme gets to Germany Ah'll cycle on that the program was over and all 4 ,
a piece of bone! whichever part of the road Ah likes "Is she pretty?" visitors must leave. He spent a D 1
Butcher-On the contrary, miss, best, and nobody's going to stop, me "Well, she always gets a seat in a frenzied five minutes before he 0 e
you're paying for itl I -no, suh!" bus." caught. up with the' truth. i
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Be Headed for Washout 1 A quiz with answers offering ? _:

The romance-loving young man ANJTHER information on various subjects \ t>J tJ'9To
pressed the 'girl close to him. r.. ;

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breathed, "and tell me what you The Questions 7. Piccadilly Circus is in the prevent bacon curling notch ,+''To soften shoe polish that has

see there." heart of London's what? the edges, before cooking, with a hardened pour a little turpentine
The girl gazed into the youngnian's 1. What is the English transla- 8. What is the highest rank a knife or scissors. over it.
tion of the Latin cent? *
She sighed deeply. per *
eyes. man can attain in the diplomatic
,"I see the most beautiful 2. What virtue represents a service? If a can of paint is placed upside 'Leaking faucets can waste gallons
,- ',- things," she murmured. "You andI. state of being which is the exact down for several hours before it is I of hot or cold water in a few

A wedding ring. A preacher.A antithesis of pride? The Answers opened, it will not be necessary. to months. See that faucets are tight.

quiet honeymoon-and then a 3. Who rode' the famous horse 1. By the hundred. mix it before using. *

cottage and two happy persons called Rosinante? 2. Humility. <* When serving grapefruit and or-

growing old together gracefully." 4. The adjective labial pertainsto 3. Don Quixote. Do not sprinkle all your linen anges in salads, use scissors and

: The young man jumped up and what? 4. Lips. ,napkins when.preparing for iron- cut off all the white portion.

_. reached for his hat. 5. In the history of the American 5. Twelve. ing. Dip every third napkin into *

"Where are you going?" cried army, how many men have been 6. A crucifix is a cross bearinga clear warm water, place one be- Never leave' egg white after it
the startled girl.: full generals? representation of Christ. tween two dry napkins, fold and has been beaten stiff. If let standit

"To the druggist's-to get you 6. What is the difference be- 7. Theatrical district. roll together. Napkins dampenedin will flatten and will not beat up

an eyewash!" tween a crucifix and a cross? 8. Ambassador. this way are ironed easily. again. '

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APPLIQUE DESIGN ON FABRIC UNDER glass was then cut to fit and % by -- .
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"George, why do/you close your dollar doesn't go as far as it usedto. ABOUT

NOTE-Mrs. Spears has prepared a eyes so tight when you kiss me?" I
sheet-17 by 22 inches-giving complete "I'm trying to imagine you're "No, but see how much faster it goes" r RUBBERlaboratory
dimensions and directions for making this ,
BOARDS table. Even the gal who Is just learningto Dorothy Lamour.
27" ix3METALLONG do small chores with hammer, saw Their Source .
L and screw driver can follow these simple, :"Your husband ought to be more
clear directions. To get a copy ask for THERE, TOO generous with you, my dear. Now,
Design 254 address
s I : every time I'm in the dumps, I
Id
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y MRS.-RUTH WYETH SPEARS get a new demonstrate that
tests
Bedford Hills New York "Is that so, darling?.. I often rubber can be mod to stretch
Drawer 10 wondered where you found them." from 50 to 1000 percent or
It0ARD5I"THICK to hav'no stretch at all, at In
Enclose 15 cents for Design No. 254. 1 hard rubber.A .

Name ................................ i Going AlongA cubical pieco of about Half an Inch
TT ALL started with a bright idea well-known author met an old Ne- of the substance we now know ai
for making a simple, painted Address ............................. gro called Uncle Joe, who was always rubber was selling for three shillingsin
'coffee table from odds and ends. cheerful in spite of hating had more London art shops In 1770. It was
,. The sketch at the lower left gives than his share of life's troubles. then called rubber marks.because,. it could
"Everything she had went at erase pencil
dimensions and shows the sim- Retentive Minds: "How have you managed to retain
auction.
ple construction. Two end sec- your calmness'and cheerfulness in spite thIS flrit articles of rubber to be
the and "Public sale? of them all?" asked the author. manufactured were clothing and
tions made first
were ;fastened top Many psychologists believe that "No, bridge." "Well, sah, Ah'll tell you," replied shoes.
sides of these together
being -
everything we have heard, saidor Uncle Joe, "Ahse jest learned to cooperate American seamen are now equippedwith
with metal angles, as illus- experienced in our lives is re- ( wid de inevitable." rubber life-eeving suits weigh
trated. A shelf was then nailedin tained in the subconscious mind, Another View Ing slightly over 14 pounds. This
and a % by 3-inch board nailed "Is Jack conceited?" new buoyant suit features a whistle,
but that most of these details
rare- flashlight,knife and yellow hood and-
across the back of it. Two boards ly return except' under exceptional "Is he conceited? Why, he Uncle Plzl gloves to attract rescuers.Weighted
for the 'top of the table were then circumstances. joined the navy to let the worldsee the shoes water.keep the,wearer upright In
screwed to the end sections.So him!"
Classic case cited is that of an
far the table was substantial illiterate servant girl who, while

but crude and that is where the ,delirious, repeated numerous pas- Gentle art of making enemies: gti.1:

lady with the needle came in. The sages in Hebrew, Greek and Latin When a woman asks you, "I'don't

I table was to be painted putty color which, she had overheard a for- look thirty, do I?" reply, "Not
land then waxed. She bought a yardof mer employer recite in his study. any more." Ever Think of This?

slightly darker tan sateen and Nearly all government is car-
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appliqued a design of bright blue I ried on by amateurs. And some

and red'morning'' glories and green .. of them remain just that!

leaves on it with stems and tendrilsin Scrap Bag Is Valuable Asset Money has wings,' but it isn't a'
green outline stitch. ,This was homing pigeon -
i placed over the table top and ,
I tacked, around the edge. A piece of: Nothing is so upsetting to a woman's
. A' Pattern 7458 contains applique pattern poise as worrying over her avoirdupois.At .
pieces of 6 motifs 5
averaging 4'i by

i: ,,>' Pigeons Being TrainedIn Inches;to directions.Due an unusually. large demand and Isn't Least it a Its pity Cost a man ,can't dispose .

U. S. as Commandos current war conditions, slightly more of his experience for a price? ;
time is 'required in filling orders for a Il
. few of the most popular pattern numbers. The success of any dark horse -

., f Several hundred pigeons now depends upon its pulling power.Use .
Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
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one a
world's largest carrier of
if'' ". To get them ready for battle aerial freight is the TACA line CerealsIN

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dive at them and
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Americanos), which serves the
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:', entertainment of our soldiers, reports -. CHEER up your home with gay refrigeration to our troops and Al- FLAKE'S : ;

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS _FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1943House I

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I III workers will be NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
resort state. Many
and all men of the community -! fore, when 'a guy's call came, he Post PASSAGi: OF SPI'.CIAL OR :- ,
I ganizcd center released from their war factory jobs I LOCAL LEGISLATION" i'fr .,
Eliminates II to classification
who are not in Sunday; J went directly I :,',.
ends, and this
,
when war production \
be and classified as pilot, navigator Notice is :
cordially invited to was hereby given that application :
Canal School are calleda will mean that there will be an oversupply will .
bombadier. He was be made to the 1943 session
Florida Barge with us at 9:15 Sunday morning. j or; of workers in some areas \ of the Florida Legislature for enact- ,'.,
month as
cordial invitation is extended tq' cadet and paid $75 per ment of a bill having substantially the-
A he was classified. Now, we where there now are labor following provisions and title:
who does; soon as
release just j everyone in the community month's basic "To guard against the shortages'I' ,AN ACT Relating to the Nomination
According to a news have through our
{not have a church home to worship to'go and Election of .County Commissioners "
from Congressman J. Har- f I '! training to learn marching, military period of widespread In each County of the ,-.
deceived with us. particularly to our smaller com- State of Florida Having a Population -'
and a
din Peterson, the House passed the I courtesy, military discipline of Not Leas than 3675 and
munities: are making every'ef- ,
Functions j'. CHURCH blankety blank tough physical train- we Not More than 3750 According to \'
War Department's Civil COMMUNITY II j took that at Miami fort to protect and conserve the the Last Official State Census,
.Appropriation Bill but eliminated John X. :Montgomery: :Minister ;, ing program. I State Unemployment CompensationFund Providing for Their Nomination '-..,
Canal, Beach, then we were shipped out on and Election by the Voters of Such
I
therefrom the Florida Barge I Pullman) to a desti- at this time." I Counties at Large and Not by Dis-
troop train (
the committee stating, : 9:45-Church School. a tricts and Prescribing Where Candidates -
not informed for
nation unknown. We were Said Offices Shall Re-
'"The proposed barge canal cannot"be 'OO-Morning Worship. Subject; place until I side, and Providing that Any
stopping
of of our AIV ERTIS1JI1\T County of the State of Florida
alleviation I
looked to for any I'"Christ Comes to Our City. I' about 50 minutes before we got SOUTH FLORIDA CONSERVANCY Coming Under the Provisions of
the fuel-oil .or gasoline shortage i in 6:30-Junior Christian Endeavor. DISTRICT I This Act Shall Not Lose its Status
here. by any Subsequent Change of
the eastern Seaboard area for many i '7:30-Evening Worship. Subject, college \ Population, and to Repeal All.Laws
'months to come. Assuming the "The Sins that Crucified Jesus.' I II !|I. Here we are taking' a TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: i j i I in Conflict Therewith. "
last from two to five Take notice that pursuant House :
of course that will VOTERS LEAGUE OF CLITWISTON
phase I
highest prioriton every, I The Community Church welcomes s physical train- Bill No. 1122, passed by the Legislature I" .COMMUNITY.,
the enterprise which is a violent assumption I' services and|I i I months and plenty of of the State of Florida, during the I April 8-15-HCN & CN.
to testimony, 'a1', all to join in its worship ,, ing. I know that I will not beamong 1911 session the Hoard of Supervisorsof I 1---------------
according of the] the South Florida Conservancy District -
organizations
in the different 'I months' group as I
"veIl and favorably known private, church the. two, has caused' to be prepared a NOTICE, APPLICATION. FOR -
local
church. If you have no with two to I bond and ,
has indicated they are mostly men budget of the requirements TAX DEED
'Construction concern church placeof I' of the maintenance requirements of the ,
home, make this your four of college Perhaps I (Senatr lUII'.Nn. 1G3) '-
years
to the Florida Ship Canal Authority I South Florida Conservancy District' for
that the entire worship. will leave about June 1st. My cur- the year beginning the 1st day of ,No-
=and to the committee at: vember, 1943 and ending the 31st day NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
is math I
'Nursery physics, ,
construction project can be complet-I The Church-Time i riculum' consists of of Octoher, 1941 said budget unions' Asa' Townsend holder of Tax Certifi-
The Chief of Engineers the Community Building every Sun English and medical aid.Ve also other things shows the amount of debt cates No. 133-135; issued,. the 5th day
-ed in 10 months. of August, A, D. 1935. has filed same
service tax and the amount of maintenance
upon the same assumption, day morning during the morning have gobs of lectures on "What all I( tax per acre necessary to be- in my office and has 'made application
: maintains :that 2 years service. Small children will be! future officers should know" Before I levied upon the lands within said Dis- for a tax deed to be Issued thereon."
stoutly : I Said certificates embrace the following
The cared for by members' of the Mo leave here, we will be given I I tract for the year 1943.'hlch budget. the of
'\voulcl be more nearly correct. we i has been completed and x presented to described property in County
Engineers also indicated to ther's Club. |i 10 hours, of instruction in small airplanes the said Board and placed on file in ,f[Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit:
of >
thief the i Nifc of NWi of sw;i of SE ,i
the office of. Secretary of said
'the committee that expeditions 'construction' A meeting of the session is called]I probably Cubs or Aeroncas. I District and the same/ may be examined I' and 5 acres In SW corner NWJ4SEU -
would increase the cost of for Monday evening at 8:00. Any As for time off, "We ain't got it." Ht the said office; that the Boardof I 110 yds E & W by 220 yds N _
I .
Supervisors will'meet at 10:00 o'- & S, Sec. 17, Twp. 45 S., Rg 29 E.
'the project to as much as $60,000- desiring to unite with the church at They 'let us out from 3 p. m. till' 12 clock A. M. Friday, May 7, A. D. 1943' The assessment of the said property
0. the Communion Service Friday evening p. m. Saturdays: and 8 till 7, Sun- at the office of the South Florida Conservancy i under' the said Certificate issued wasI
fO 0 townspeople District, in Belle Glade!I in the name of Geo. Fritchey..
""Mote is entailed than' building 'i are asked to meet with the session. I clays. Usually the good Florida, and from day to day thereafter -j" Unless said certificate shall be re-
works. stage a dance for us every Saturday :: as may be necessaryfor the pur-!: deemed according to law, the property
the ;cana1'and, appurtenant pose of hearing objections aid complaints -I described therein will be sold to the
TO utilize the facility to capacity The\choir will practice Thursday:I night and our superiors give us concerning said budget. I| highest bidder at the court house dooron
All all a '"special invitation" which I Dated this 2nd day of April, A. D. the first Monday in the month of
something like 6,000 evening at 8:00 in the church. of
would require | 1943. May, 1943, which is the 3rd day
and 1,500 towing vessels choir members are urged. to be pres- means the same 'as "Be there" or I CONSERVANCYDISTRICT I II May, 1943. .
barges SOUTH FLORIDA
of '1943.!
else." we are requestedto Dated this 1st day April
Port facilities 'would need to be provided ent.. Sundays I I (SEAL) WILLIAM, HULL,
I attend church. Thereafter we By R. Y PATTERSON Clerk of Circuit Court of
at either end, of the canal, and Our Easter program opens Friday 1 ,
time as we see fit, Chairman of the hoard of Supervisors.No. Hendry County, Florida. .
squander I
can our
:some additional dredging work would night at. 8:00 with the celebrationof I' : 13-Ap1"11: 9, 16, 1943.i April 2, 9. 16, 23.
"be necessary along the Intracoastal Holy Communion. The. choir will as long as it is not contrary to 1001 i I
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I All in all, it is rather'
regulations.
"Waterway. The entire program involves have special music for this service.
the tough, but that all goes into thejl -
'critical materials and manpower All are invited to the table of

which must be weighed Lord. ,Let us come with faith and process of making gentlemen and
and infinite officers of us. I would not go _back
;against the provision of military love, ill remembrance of the
naval war needs in many vital directions love of God revealed in the sacrificeof to civilian life for a young; fortune. ,

beyond the provision of Christ'' for the sins of the world. We will ,be called' priyateslntil') o 9 :-; .y 2 ornctALPHOTOGRAPH

motive fuel. ,Determination of such! The Easter program is as follows: we leave here. Also we draw pri-l' O! 1 U.S. ARMY

flatters is without the province of( 7:00-Sunrise Service on' the ,vate's pay The ,heck of it is that % BIQNAL' CORP*

the committee. The provision of shore of the Lake.. we don't have time to.spend. even

first things first is a proper function 9:45-Church ;School I'350 a month. Can' you imagine

of the agencies established to 11:00-Morning Worship that- ?" I
*, eWe g a2 .
supply the demand of the defense 5:30-Easter Vesper' Service:. 2

arms." All are welcome! to attend these continually brag on our Clew-

I services. iston boys and -they're just typicalof )h@:Kvv OF fAfiTY YOUfIpy 'IO

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH New officers installed, last Sun- all of them) until we sometimes I 04IN Vf fiMNi t7iWS

H. C. Meador, Pastor I day., Elders: W. D. WylieA C. E. wonder if we aren't just a bit sentimental W MURED

Gericke, G. H. Brown, S. P. 'Slonak- about them., ,

Sunday School.-9:45 a. in. er, A. O. Ward; Trustees: Mrs. F I But when a twenty year old boy!

Morning Worship-11:00 a.' m. E. Conkling, Foy Durrence; Deacons'writes a description of a life full of'\

w Training Union-7:15 p. m. to be ordained: Mrs. A. W.: Lawrence hard work, study, more hard work,

Evening Worship-8:30 p. m. Mrs, J. E. Bean dsley. 'I no time off, small pay and then sums I ,

Miss Vada Waldron, missionary I I I it up ..

Speaker. With Our Boys= '1 Y ""ALL, IN' ALL, IT IS RATHER1.!

Baptism Sunday evening' at the TOUGH, BUT THAT ALL GOES| It's just common sense tc I
close of the evening service. All ; INTO THE PROCESS OF 'MAKING '5.

candidates requested to be present'. (Continued from Page 4)). GENTLEMEN: AND OFFICERS OF Li % refrain from buying things!

We had a most impressive' service in the Army Air Forces. It was a: US. I WOULD NO GO BACK TO 'yQS ,needed in, our War etrort.Li .

last Sunday when. 20 were baptized, delightful surprise to Mr Williamson CIVILIAN: LIFE FOR A YOUNG DSre9uarv .

and we are ,anticipating another this to find his young friend training -] FORTUNE." Save.. and, buy after our

;Sunday. __ I in' the same college where he When we read a letter like that, crom income\ \ Victory., open your savings:
ago. \
School of Missions each evening hin'self graduated many years I: we feel that any, bragging' we mightdo ./

'this week. Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois. in behalf of :our service: boys is account here., today!

Gideon Bible Class has been or- I Russell writes: "Ever since I have a rank understatement. And so we .

been in this man's' army I have be'ena repeat: We are, proud of every on?:

I busy woman. Remember when I I of you. Buy WF1U a'9 Bonds & Stamps '. '

was sworn in, they did not. say that
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HasContinued '
I (Williamson was listening over Hendry -

Nine room house on Ventura I JWQAM when the station broadcastthe ( from Page 1) 1
ceremony as Russell's group wassworn iiiSk1ua
,
Avenue. Five bed into the Army.) Well, that's, rI

what I've been since my call came.Really ployment there was in Florida was rI I I

rooms. Lots, of built-in I appreciate the ::opportunity due to seasonal layoffs'and to the rI

t it will be a completion of various construction I
cabinets. Thomas ,M' they've given us, and .
'I decided advantage over previous projects. lie warned, however, of a

possible big let-down in employmentat I
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