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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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SENIORS HONORED ,I Coast Guard Auxiliary] I COUNTY WIDE VOTE I LT. EDWIN 0. WARD HELD AS PRISONER I



WITH BANQUET AT I IC To Give Dance May 1st\-I\ ON COMMISSIONERS' IN ITALY; FIRST REPORTED MISSINGEASTER ,


The newly formed Flotilla 7, Division 0

CLEWISTON INN! 2, of the United States Coast I WILL BE PROTESTEDThe SUNRISE SERVICE'", 1 Relatives, Were Notified

will'giye a dance Service!
Guard Auxiliary A Union Easter Sunrise Thursday by Father

.\ 1, to be held in this 7 o'clock|)
on Saturday May board of county: commissioners will be held year at

Outstanding, in a 'long series, of, the Clewiston High School auditor of Hendry County held a special Easter morning on the levee. A sun-1 Timothy J.. GearyFollowing
" banquets was the Thursday in LaBelle rise Easter service is a tradition in:
Junior-Senior ium, from 9:30 p. m: to, 2:00 a. m.Ptowan's meeting last'
clever and timely entertainment well known and popular, for the purpose of adopting' a resolution many localities and it is ,hoped' to( but one day the tragic
c:. given by the Junior class of the opposing the proposal of the make this an annual event in which1' message that Lieutenant Edwin O.
Clewiston High School in honor of I Palm Beach orchestra has been obtained Voters League of Clewiston which I all' churches participate. Ward has been missing in the North'

the 1943 graduates Friday evening for, this occasion"* has recentlyy petitioned the representative -, The program for the service. this African combat' zone since March

at the Clewiston Inn. On the night: of the dance the and senator serving the county year is: 24th.. came the news yesterday that

The Juniors greeted their guests I.auditorium will take on a nautical in the Legislature to pass local Hymn-All Hail the Power. of he is safe and well; a prisoner in. a

'in the lobby of the Inn and at the I and all in the legislation providing for the elec- Jesus' Name transit camp in Italy..
appointed hour invited them to the atmosphere persons tion of the Hendry 'County commissioners ..Hymn'7'Chrlst the Lord is ,Risen I The official notice of the War Department

terrace where the banquet tables I Okeechobee area who are interested on a county-wide basis. Today. was delivered to Lt.: Ward's

were arranged. At the door_ six I in i furthering ,the progrss of theAuxiliary Four' board members were present Scripture Reading-John 20:1-18.!I wife Wednesday. morning .in a telegram -

:young girls in costumes of South'' ,are invited to attend. The l'J. O. Davidson district' 2, George the. Rev, J, .A. Cane. from Washington. Although

American countries sang a friendly Sea Scouts of' Clewiston will assist 'Poole, district 3, A. J. Evers, district Hymn-Christ Arose. I I shocked by the news and its tragic

"Hi Neighbor" and introduced'the' the Coast Guard Auxiliary in the 4. and Jim Maddox, district 5. Prayer-The Rev. John' N. Mont import neither' the wife nor his father -

"Good Neighbor" theme of the sale of ticket and in various capacities -I Each stated that they had contacted gomery. or sisters accept the news that

gathering. at the dance. I a number of voters in hisxprecinct Chorus-He Lives. their soldier was lost. They all

? On a large board at one of the Ticktes will be on sale and may and that those spoken to had not Easter 1\Iessage-The. ,Rev.\ H. C. clung firmly to the belief that Ed

rooms, 'was painted an outline map of be obtained from any member of the favored the plan. Meador. would turn up sometime somewhere.

South America. Surrounding. i it were Auxiliary or at the door. Admis- The resolution adopted by, tht' Prayer. Yesterday '(Thursday) : Father
of the evening, I 'Consecration. Hymn-Have Thine local Catholic -
hung the programs sion will be $1.25 per couple, or board states: Timothy J. Geary of the
miniature maps of wood each 75c for servicemen 'in uniform. A AND WHEREAS'. This legislationis Own Way Lord.BenedictionThe. Church received 'a communication -

with a guest's name burnt on. ,Each $25.00 war bond will be given as a in fact and in truth simply and[. Rev. H. C. Mea-I from the-Vice-chancellor of the

program was 'connected with one of door prize. only a local bill having application q dor. \ Diocese of ,St..A. ugustine. asking that

the South American countries and to Hendry County, Florida, and tc n word be transmitted to the Ward

\':., as each guest found his program and Scouts I no -other county in the State of Florida -' Teachers Re-Elected I family that Lt. Edwin Ward is safe

the country to which it was attach Twenty-Three ; and well l. and a prisoner in Italy.

ed, he then searched the .tables for Attend Camporee At AND WHEREAS The same is_subscribed For Another Term I The communication read:

. the place marked by that country.: by a so-called Voters Leagueof Diocese of St. Augustine -
These marking' were napkins on Bok Tower: RecentlyA : Clewiston Community;' At Board Meeting St.. Augustine Florida

which the country's map was em ,_ AND WHEREAS: Board of -- -, April 20, 1943.

broidered. Besides each place was a group of twenty-three Scouts County Commissioners' of Hendry The entire faculty of the Crewis., The Rev. Father Timothy J. Geary,

nut cup with a, tiny character ,doll I Florida is satisfied: the St. Margaret's Rectory '
from the Clewiston ,Boy Scout troop,, County ton school was recommended by ,
,
dressed in South American costume accompanied by Assistant Scoutmaster .I (a) That this proposed' legislation school! trustees and re-eleeted by ,the. Clewiston, Florida. ; '
of the
and holding a miniature flag Oliver Martinez E. E is not for the best interest- of county school board to return' to Dear Father Geary: -

country represented at that plate. Gross Sea Scout Skipper and Mrs" Hendry County as a whole.b their positions here -for another His Excellency the Apostolic,Dele

These clever programs napkins and F. E. Conkling, attended ,the weekend ( ) That the ,same is proposed in school term. However, the number gate has just, informed this office

nut-cups were handmade by theJunior's camporee at Bok Tower, near the interest of one section of the',i who will actually return to their that he is in receipt of a' radiogramfrom

themselves. Lake Wales last week-end., County only; tl 1 1c 'positions is still problematical, as His Eminence, The Cardinal

,.Places were arranged at six small ; Through the sponsorship of the ( ) And' believing that only a!! Principal R.V.. Turk said he anticipates Secretary >o' State requesting that
'.tables instead of the customary. long respon.siblel I next the WARD FAMILY of Clewiston,
"" ,", I American Legion and the co-opera small minority of, the seve.rai' will not return -
i; banquet ,table. During the main t,tion of several individuals who pro. citizens ,!of, the County favor the pas Florida betold that Lieutenant
.r.'-'\--" course the six girls in''costume vided transportation, the local boys sage of this legislation and the:majority -1 year.The school trustees, in cooperationwith Edwin O. Ward, 01294572, is's fe

danced and sang the "South American also- were able to' take part for the fifth l of those so favoring it are doing the county schooL board,: re- and well, and 'a prisoner in 'a, transitcamp

o 1--,, Way" and Carolyn 'Bryant in the Bok Towel. sectional interest, and and adopted a in Italy.- As soon as an exact
"' Favors of consecutive :year so from a cently! worked out
dfi 'a dance. '
specialty camp Sunniland Council.' 'Several l to, the exclusion of, the general inter- salary schedule based on ratings ihdication of his permanent camp

Moroccos were given to each dinner guest.Rev. Scouts (none of ,them from ,Clewis (Continued. on Page 5)P.T. which in effect, will give Clewiston,J address: is received, it will be'forwarded -
,' At the opening of the '
,,t:;...''," .-" -tan, however.) who madethe first -. I each oL the' teachers, a raise. ., in to 'the Ward family*
,,,, .,:-',H.. C.-Me'ldor gave an invocation ,, _. We shall be glad to receive confirmation
"<:': .., etlfive have been ..present' : j don< ,
ago next
: 1- years: Heai salaryfor y ar.nH_ ?. wqs
5
) l A. Members ;
JConun\iejubn"Mage this
> t since. s 1 ,frain'yqii' that conj-
: each "year in hopes that It WQuJfl resnitirmany | '
n11nneitifcr&11age.
r The,, ,boys left Clewiston Friday of them returning to. thei"positions (C
Talk On Girl Spouting 5)f
Official I ., ,.
Selective Service arrival at theTower --=- ,
morning and upon ..... who mifht "otherwise, a51,1 7
r .. u
.assguedI "" i
were registered and For Clerk
elsewhere. Opening
< Visits Clewiston |! .' ani cept employment ,.
Board1
I a'Canlp site. The work this year 'Mrs. Jack Schopenhauer made I i '
'- The school faculty' is as follows'1st ::
I was ,all done in patrols, with groupor interesting ,talk on the organization' Montgomery I In Ration Office
, ,i ': Lieutenant Colonel. G. white, grade Mrs. J, N. -
team w6i"k emphasized in :
, of s'f. Augustine paid an official being alma and needs of Girl Scout work Mrs.. M. H. Sharpe; 'second grade,, -r/'r >
,
:, That night
every way possible. to members of the Clewiston Par. : Fugate third grade, Mrs
.y' visit to the ,Hendry County' 'Selective Mrs. ;Jerry ; .
round a huge andRationing
there was a rally E The Clewiston War Price
.
,a" Service Board in Clewiston'Tues ent-Teacher Association. Wednesday Roger Weeks; fourth grade Mrs.
... afternoon. Col. White is of, camp fire and a special concert from I H. Holstine; ,fifth grade Mrs. H.' ,B. Board; will receive applications -
'day one
. ? I the carillon in Bok' Tower. Saturday Mrs. ,Schopenhauer was a Girl Seoul I
. : Magill sixth grade, Mrs. E. H the "of clerk, in
., \ the officials of the state selective New before ; for position
. 1 the program was given over to leader in Buffalo, York
[:' Walston; junior and senior high
service headquarters. projects, which included, commando moving to Clewiston more than a : the local office through Monday
'I school, Mrs. G. B: Thomas, Miss
\ During the visit he discussed with training. Scouting's job in '43, ash yeaar 'ago. There has been quite a : evening, according to Wi 'Martin,
Mary Neeley Mrs. C. J. Bjornsen,,
,. the board in detail the various selective stated by the 'national leaders is' bit of local interest in the organization chairman
McCorkle Mrs. J. E.
Mrs. A. W.
) service regulations and went I "Toughen up, buckle down, carryon of 'a group of Girl Scouts here,,,
I Baker, M .H. Sharpe and Principal Mrs. R. C. Nowling,' senior clerkin
into the '''problems ,of the local board to Vicotry." This theme pervaded and, Mrs. Schopenhauer asks that
R. W.- Turk, who had already been the office has recently resigned
with them. I the projects program at the mothers of young girls who''would
re-elected at a 'previous meeting of
'. Attending the meeting were J. E. camp. he interested should contact. her so I her position 'and will leave shortly

'j Beardsley E. E. Kelly of Clewis Each patrol cooked its own meals, she may ,have an idea whether it the school board.Vocational after the first of the month.. 'trs.E. .

ton; ;'\.. L. Taylor of LaBelle p embers Continued on Page 5) I would be worthwhile to undertake a C. ,Mills clerk, will move up into
of the Hendry County selec II group here. Guidance I the position of chief clerk and the

five service hoard R. D. Lyons, cf Mills presided at the position of, clerk will be filled by a
Mrs. E.
Moore Haven, chairman of the John, T.: Cockrill j\ business meeting.C. The nominating For School PupilsSeveral I new employee. The board would like

' 'Glades County board. A. J. Evers all applications in by Monday so they
'
that had been
Back from England' committee reported it ,
', and Earl Murray, of LaBelle of the can make arrangements for someonefor
is
nominee
who 1
I unable to secure a
: ;. U. S. D. A. War Board. next high school pupils're being the position to be learning the
willing to serve as president '
given an opportunity to samplethe work before Mrs. Nowling leaves.
John T., Cockrill squadron commander -
year, and the matter was left for a
First Baptist Church at Riddle-McKay Aero, College later time when it is hoped someone working routine in' the careers
'b' toward which they arenow inclined,
.i --- ', has completed a course at the will be found. Other officers were though the activities of the' Youth Community Church

H. C. :Meador Pastor Standardization, School for. Instructors .I.'elected as follows: Mrs. M. A. Service committee of the Kiwanis
Thomas, vice, resident; Mrs. C. E. John N. MontgoOlf'IY.lin1ster
in England and has returned'tchis I : Club. R. .C. Wilson, chairman_, of 1 .
.; Sunrise Easter Service on lake Bailey, secretary; Mrs. .J.- M. Frazier -- I and' other membersof -
; the committee
-.:: shore, 7:00 a. m. i position at Riddle Field here. I. treasurer. Installation of' officers : the club discussed, the possibilities 7:00-Union Sunrise Service ClOthe -

Sunday 'School.9:45 a. m., Early in January Mr. Cockrill will be held at the next meet- shore of the lake.
. I of vocational guidance among
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. I I flew'to the British Isles and for.three: .I I ing. !local business concerns. As a result 9r45-Church School.11:00Morning .

Training Union, 7:15 p. m. months attended the, Standardization The president reported that the several_ pupils are ,spending one Worship, "The

i Evening-Worship, 8:30, p. m. school for Instructors and observedoperationahandltrainfng' -I annual report of the organization I day 'each week in business I Message, of Easter.'''
'The : two" church ordinances' :will :.meth. -I had ,been completed by the executive '
the pupil rep "The Christof
in'th' i I, > One of4 these days 30-Vesper Service,
, .' be commemorated at the evening ods country. committee and would be sent 'fiitdstate "
ports for the regular, working hours the Emmaus Road.
:, F Mr. Cockrill was one of the first
I
worship this Sunday-namely, baptism headquarters., There was some
being
the entire daythere,
: instructors at Carlstrom Field: Arcadia -! I and spends 30.--Junior Christian Endeavor.
': "k'" and the Lord's'Supper.. All those I discussion of holding meetings at of whateVer service' he can and
'r:, ", who have come into the church' recently when it' started training I night next year, in view of the fact 'something of the routine of Community' Church invites, you to
: 'by baptism and under watch Army Air Corps cadets in March,, that so many mothers are either I learning work. Several attend the Easter services of the

A care are urged to be present. This! 1941, Four months later he transferred working or have small children and that particular pu- hurch. Our seating capacity is
; -'.;' : will be a service long to be remem- to Riddle Field and has re are unable, to attend'afternoon meet-;r I (Continued on page 5j limited but provision will be made

'" :,' ': bered. The service will not be prolonged mained here ever since. Riddle ings. The members also discussedthe for! the overflow.The .

;.: u longer than the usual length. Field is a British Flying Training request of Mrs. E. L. Stewart Water To Be Cut / choir will sing at both services

Circles of the W. M. S. will meeton School- and its students have been that the'P.T.. A. act as sponsors at, Sunday. The anthems for the

Tuesday at 3:30 p. m. All ladies until recently entirely made up, of I the Cadet Club in the Community Off Two HoursWater morning service are "Seek Ye theLord"

of the W. M. S. are especially Invited I RAF cadets. Now each class contains .I Center one week in turn with other' I by Roberts and "They Have

I' to attend. a small percentage of Amer I organizations. Many members said Taken Away My Lord"" by Wilson.

j' Teachers meeting and prayer ican cadets. they were already helping throughthe : consumers In the East half U the vesper service at 5:30 the
notified the City
I Ladies Aid, Altar Society: Garden of Clewiston are by Chorale from Fin-
meeting. Wednesday evening our I choir; will sing a
teachers and officers of the Sunday Kiwanians Enjoy I Club or Co-Pilots Club and did Water service will Department be discontinued that the for water two andia, "0 Morn of' Beauty,'* by

School gather for instruction and not feel they could undertake another Jebelius.
planning of a better Sunday School. !! Song Fest At Meet I part in it. It was also brought hours next Wednesday afternoon done We hope to have as our 'guest
'- while needed work is being on
Each officer and teacher are urged out that the P.-T. A. disbands for speaker next Sunday, Miss Irene

to be present. Be on time. I The local Kiwanis Club met for its the summer after one more meeting.For i the water' mains. "orsythe of China. Miss, Forsythevas'one

" The mid-week prayer service will I regular meeting at the Inn Wednesday these reasons the group, decidednot There has been such _an increased I of the missionaries brought

follow the teachers meeting. All evening and instead of securinga to act as sponsors number of users in that portion of home on the Gripsholm. She has a
town that new maines have been In- -
young Christians should attend. speaker, the program committee eal message and a glorious'personal
COAST GUARD OPPICBR 1IKRE stalled ari'd it will be'to make new .
Thursday the Book Social. A general decided the club should use the I ity.
cut
tie-ins that the water will be
i church social will be held at meeting to freshen up on Kiwanis discontinued at There will be choir' practice Thurs-
the church Thursday evening 'for the songs. Nick Mumford led the sing-I Lieutenant G. N. Stanbaugh; U. )ff. o'clock Service and will it be.is believed the day'evening at 8 o'clock in the

purpose of securing books for the ing and a pleasant hour was spentas I S. Coast Guard of Miami was in :work wo will be completed and water hurch. We would be glad to haveou >
church library. Listen and watch the Klwa'niana raised their voicesin Clewiston yesterday transacting sing with us. -
, for further announcements. song, I business for the Coast Guard. I again cut on by four o'clock.



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I OUR COMIC SECTION I To Just,Know a Natural One's Curiosity PositionThe -



manager of Super-Colossal

Pictures'entered the office. T_
PETER "Get out!" he howled at a young <; i-( -
: 4SCRE1 man sitting there. "While I'm boss ,- ;
i1ii li1 h B. I'll not" tolerate any loafing around ."
here.

PEEVEd By VIRGINIA VALE "I beg your pardon," said ,the ,
Released by Western Newspaper Union.IT'S young man, "but I don't work J:'

hard to write about Signe here. I just" came in looking fora
position...
d -nom because only superla- "Then you're engaged," growled ,-

tives should be used, and,there's the manager, "and now you're
j r so much to say. Very beautiful, fired! Get out!"

/ i talented and intelligent, the The young man, surprised, '
picked up his hat and turned to -
young Swedish dramatic star is
the
manager. "Do you mind tell-
famous on the Scandinavian ing me," he asked, "just what sort

stage and in England. She put in of a job I had before you fired

her year of waiting here for her me?"

quota number, so that she could act,
by writing for Swedish newspapers;

(WNU Service) even covered the President's press Pull the Trigger on

conferences.! She's a. superb actress,

,,acraoeFfee ryyxnnAV w.iwic -.. ,,,, Constipation, with



Ease for Stomach, too


f' % When constipation brings on discom
fort after meals, stomach upset,bloating,
dizzy spells, gas, coated tongue, and bad
breath,your stomach is probably"crying
the blues" because your bowels don't
move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull
the trigger on those lazy bowels, com-
bined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect ease
1p to your stomach in taking. For years,
many Doctors have given pepsin prepa-
rations in their prescriptions to make
4n medicine more agreeable to a touchy
--- stomach. So be sure your laxative con.
tains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Cald-
well's Laxative Senna combined with
< Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully the
Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and :'
muscles in your intestines to bring wel- '_, :' .
come relief from constipation. And the '
SIGNE HASSO good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxa- ._
tive so comfortable and easy on your
stomach. Even finicky children love the
beautifully trained. You'll get justa
taste of this pleasant< family laxativeTake '
small sample of her work in Dr.Caldwell's Laxative Senna com-

: MY WIFE ONCE ; SHE PUT A Metro's thrilling "Assignment in bined with Syrup Pepsin, as directed on 'I
Brittany" she stands out in a cast label or as your doctor advises, and feel
IN MV ;
TO CURE a' POWDER
TRIED M world better.Get genuine Dr.CaldwelTs.A !
including such experts as Margaret
COFFEE
: .;,: OF DRINKING! Wycherly, Richard Whorf, John
.j.
;. sc I Emery and George Coulouns.?

.." FOR QUICK RELIEF
-."-

o f Christine Gordon, making her .. .
::.':
American debut in "I Walked Witha .

c > $ Zombie," plays the zombie, the ANTISEPTIC'Soothing S A LV as r;. ,:,- -,,:'l-<,.
longest role in this RKO film. In -
Used by thousands with satisfactory results :.; ;
Czechoslovakia Miss Gordon was for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. '.;/,'.',
P well known on the'stage, screen and Get Carboil at drug stores or write ,
rr'3,1 Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn.
/ radio-in this picture she doesn'tspeak

a word, !

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SI- : Carlton Morse, whose "Ofte Man's RHEUMATIC PAIN

Bell Syndicate Family" has been a ten-year favor-
f (Released ty The ;Inc.) Head Dot Spoil your Day-Get after It How
ite on the air, is finally' making a Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve -
screen treatment of it for United pain of muscular rheumatismand
:: pp fl YES! OP Artists. What with still ,doing the other rheumatic paws. Caution:
Use directed. First bottle .
only as "-
famous radio serial and his
DRINKINGCOFFEE
OURS having
.
,. purchase price back if not satisfied:
'0' 4.::.:.. .< YOU .. "I ,Love a Mystery" broadcast' 60c. and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223.
again, he's fairly busy.

.OJ'__
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xl"

There's an ambitious plan under ,
I
way to open United Artists' "Stage w-:

Door Canteen" on all fighting'fronts aches and pans

simultaneously-practically all over u RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO .
the world, as well as on ships at
,
sea. The event will be brought to
J. Millar Watt aiy
the American public by radio; the sfoLSge
famous folk of the show world who

appear in the picture will participate +

and there'll be conversations
between them and the men of the

',WNTJ armed forces.

-...."-. Large Bottle(2( ntu'tram alJa1?-Sm2l11 Size 60c|
IT ILL GOOD DRUG STORES ir It Hill n rtceijt il irici I IJVIcNEIL
Lum and Abner, who must deliver I
DRUG CO. Inc.
their fourth picture to RKO by June 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville.Florid [

S 1, are still searching frantically for
just the right story. Meantime, their

second film, "Bashful Bachelor," .
-
0M still makes money; ,the third, "Two a

I I -s Weeks to,Live," is just out.. .. SNAPPY FACTSABOUT

'ME -_:!/

At the request of King Haakon of I

E.B 'ill l f 1IIIIlI Norway, the English offices of Warner ,v RUBBERWar _,'_'
= I ll llC Bros have asked that a print of 'C"/

"Edge of Darkness" be sent over i 0
O.. : C immediately for a special showing;

the print was rushed to Lisbon by

btjPN Clipper, then to London. StarringAnn
worker carl are being
Sheridan and Errol Flynn, -witha checked In company parking lots
D'S cast including Walter Huston, by at least one manufacturer to
make certain that tire are keptIn
Judith Anderson, Ruth Gordon and serviceable condition. If tho
Morris Carnovsky, it tells the, storyof worker falls to have his tires recapped
{ .'SUCH A PUNK STORY!! In time he I* denIed fur
I / the revolt of a Norwegian village ther application eithor for tire
S :.. < CANT THE BOOB SEE'SHE'SwSOMETHIN' against the Nazi invaders; it's a picture or recap ,
'SE SAY fit for a king, showing the It takes: throe to cloven times normal '-
? distance to stop on snow or ice
of his native land. '
spirit without tire chains, end you can I
,( -- negotiate slippery hills with, bare
tires that spin on packed snow, -
oQ. II(illll l llf II Ipl "Ladies in Gray," a story' of the wasto gas and wear ties.
EN American women who are workingin Each tapper on a rubber plantation -
I* responsible for about 3O9
government hospitals to help rehabilitate -

,0. II IIIII lllllll l II IIIIT I the wounded,' will be pro trees ping will which net In an,one equal day.ftalo to bout ..,
O Ij II III I duced by Metro', with the cooperation pound 17 pound of latex of dry rubber.

of the war department and the Anlomohvo conservation authorities
f
G Reel Cross. in Now Hampshire boast of the reduction .
of that sl te's welDers by
-E--} 57 per cent as an % ..''
LJi be done in saving rubber now
; For ,the first time in eight years on can motor vehicles.E.FGoorichG .
WNU Features. I Adolphe, Menjou and his wife, Veree .

Teasdale, will appear together in a
picture; they'll be seen in "Hi Did-
. HUNTED MAN Cryptic ResponseThe GOING UP dle Diddle" as a husband-wife team, '
'< .
.. <
landlord of offices tenantedby '7i ...: :
and are planning to continue as a % >: :
a. firm of Scots lawyers whose starring partnership.Ann h\: ; / I:
I/
lease was about, to expire wrote to --7 !: :.. ,
: >
:;
,
ask whether they were going to con :>:<,' "" '''' "' % ,'IQ "':<:::
Shirley and Walter Reed, who
tinue in
occupation. Their replywas
IkA"What : took screen tests together when
13, for child parts in a
they were
"
"Dear Sir, We are, Yours truly
Not appreciating this effort in Brian Foy picture, have the "roman He
"Bombardier.
tic 'leads in
'
economy of words and he
paper-
didn't immediately recognize her
wrote again to demand whether
or when they met at the RKO studio;
not it their
was intention to remain.
are you doing here, dear?" The answer was: "When water becomes ice," asked: in the, days when they made those

"Looking for a husband." "Dear Sir, We remain, Yours the professor, "what is the greatest tests together she was known as
"But 1"UThat's "Dawn O'Day"-the kind of name
you've got one truly change that takes place?

the one I'm looking for." The landlord is not trying again. "The price, sir." that child always actresses.used to be inflicted on



Gems of Thought
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WHAT stamps a man as j
is not freedom from V

faults, but abundance of cour-

age.Anonymous.He Sprinkle a cake with cornstarch I When two glasses become Seizing OpportunityMan Only lie Knows

who knows how to be before icing to prevent icing running I wedged together, place cold waterin at Door-Do you believe in free Mistress-Marie, you were en-

poor knows every thin .-Jules off. the'upper one and set lower one speech? tertaining man in the kitchen
Michclet. in warm water. They will then Housewife-Why, certainly I do. last night, weren't you?

The worldly hope men set their When hanging pictures remem- separate with little effort. Man-Fine. Let me use your ,tele Marie-That's for him to say

hearts upon ber that the center of the picture phone. 'ma'am. ,But I tried my best.

Turns ashes-or it prospers; and should be on the level 'with eyes.If To prevent the- lower crust of "A monologue," wrote the .J

anon you are unusually tall, this rule fruit pies becoming soggy, brush school boy, "is a conversation be- Could He?

Like snow faceLighting upon the desert's dusty does not hold good. over with the white of egg before tween two people, such as husbandand Said Mr. Henpeck, who had just
putting in fruit filling. "
wife. overheard his wife
a little hour or tl.co-is gone. scolding the
-OMAR KHAYYAM. To restore jam or jelly after it maid: "You and I seem to be in
r; hard and V i Do not fill bird too full when Too Binding
Life is like a mountain: after has become sugary, a the same unfortunate position,
place in a warm oven and leave stuffing a chicken or turkey. Fill- Insurance Agent-I take it you Mary
climbing one side and sliding
.' ,: down the up other, put the sled. there until the sugar softens. This ing about three-quarters full is favor a straight life policy? "Not likely!" replied the maid.
V Josh Billings. up will make the jam or jelly as better. The dressing in cooking, Client-Well, no. I like to step "I'm giving her 'a week's notice
:ti., V VV good as before. will have a chance to expand. out once in a while. tomorrow."

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do more for you, so why pay more?
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AROUND SEAT Perhaps we are not as absent- two wheels came back to us easily
; pendence.-Campbell.
: FOR BACK minded as we are ,thought to be, enough.
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t 4
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Some men are bola great, but
! to think about it do look Laxative Gives
1 '> PIECES I PIECE the majority don't even have they pretty
precarious. In fact, it is obvious
: greatness thrust upon them.
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'.':. I Every wife knows that it is not all '
;: PIECESpCUT up, not they hold.you.
V j vanity that makes a husband delight in. be satisfied just to relieve your
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The truth is that we'balance
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: \ exhilarates her. bicycles with our ears. It is all this problem more thoroughly by

:V ] 2PIECES part of our; normal make-up, this toning up your intestinal system.For .
this Double-Purpose, use Dr.
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.: I CUT 2PIECES CUT I IV I Have You Noticed It?' putting it into operation 'as soon Hitchcock's Powder-an All-Vegetable Intestinal Tonic Laxative Laxa-
.
,.
: h ':' -&-- PIECECUT Journalism has made great ad- as we begin' to walk: tive. It not only acts gently and
The is divided into three thoroughly but tones lazy bowel
ear
vances since we were a boy., Now
: 2CUTV muscles-giving more satisfaction.Dr. .
a the outer the middleear
the number of casualties in a parts:, ear,
: w'" PIECESCUT and the inner Our balancing Hitchcock's Laxative Powder
ear.
rar
great disaster is approximatelywhat
', helps relieve Dizzy Spells, Sour
>
\
PIECE the first reports say they are. mechanism is contained in Stomach Gas, Headache, and that
the inner ear. There we havetwo dull sluggish feeling commonly referred '
: CUT FLOUNCEOFkCROSS An auctioneer must be tery wide tiny canals filled with liquid. We to as Biliousness,when causedby
: awake but that doesn't him
get anywhere almost'call them Constipation. Use only as di-,
, "fluid lev-
if the people don't nod. might
,: WIDTHS rected. 15 doses for only lOc. Large
avoid els," for they function in much the family size 25c. Adv.
Arise with the lark, but ,
, ALLOWING SEAM larks in the evening. same way. When the liquid is
-' FULLNESS AND HEM INTONE STRIP moved by the sway of the head it
''No the talks.
one writes way'he
,
,' touches tiny hairs which'convey to
If, he did, there would be no
". YOUR.tape measure and a little material,has a large figure an,extra literature. overbalancing.Notice the brain the message. ... -that,- we. are C AP.O
figuring can help you save ma- yard will be needed for match- -

terial when making those new ing and centering the design. Decide howa tight-rope walker Raw surface relieved
smarting amazIngly
keeps his head perfectly still. Al- ,
slip covers. In estimating goods 'in advance which
seams are
though he not know it he is the soothing medication ofRES
remember that the length and to be accented with welting or I Paper WatermarksA I may by
to the
width of each section must be trimming and measure them to listening carefully message
from the delicate mechanism of
I
the same as the widest and long- determine the amount needed. NO.Lt
his inner ,
est measurement of the\ part of watermark is obviously a very ear.
the chair to which it is to be fitted valuable trademark, since it is You ''know what happens whenwe
NOTE-Do the springs in chairs spin round quickly. In a.little
1 plus seams, seat tuck-in and your embodied in the paper without in-
I ,:- flounce fullness. The method of need gives,fixing illustrated? Mrs.directions Spears' for new;doing BOOK this.9 terfering with that paper's use- while we lose all))ense' of balance, WHO ARE YOU ?

measuring nis, shown here. This book also contains more than 30 other fulness. The name of the inventor, and the-room appears to bespinning Do your you faults really as well know as yourself your liner?Do traits you ?admit Jew
thrift ideas for keeping your home attractive of watermarks is unrecorded. We round us. Actually we have Dol Real progress requires a trne perspective
Slip cover material usually in wartime. Copies of BOOK 9 are .set the liquid in our 'ear canals of all characteristics But here IS news:your
'
cem'es in 36 and 50-inch find watermarks as far back as the ownAstroloeical Analysis contalnlmrSOO words
widths. available at 15 cents each. Address: spinning, and not until it has set- toi'etherwlth alleged Good Luck Coin(lucky
; Frequently chair back 13th century. Talisman of the Orient") also 2 questionsanswered
a narrow
tled down and become still again ,ALL for only 25cl Simply send your
w may be covered by splitting a 50-' Briefly, a watermark is made by blrthdate c and self-addressed envelope,to
normal
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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY. APRIL 23,. tfH3-


"Rest! Refreshing sleep Is. a Perhaps that means that the 'sum- your moves from one address to (81,4), of Sections Three (3), Four '
The Clewiston News I : will not have (4), Five (5) and Six ,(6) and all \ .-
'must' in this time of stress Sleep mery Easter finery: to another we never did get the new of Section, Seven (7), Eight (8), '

preferably in bed! be covered with a coat this year. address an'd you got lost. Since that Nine (9), Ten (10), Sixteen (16),

Friday In Clewlston, "Relaxation! Quiets the nerves' ,We've even, seen Easter lilies blooming time we've been forced to, charge for and Seventeen that part(17) and of Sections Eighteen Eleven(18),

Florida Published, br eVery the CLEWISTON NEWS, and re-charges the batteries. In time for Easter. the News, but a serviceman's sub- (J1), Fourteen (14)' and Fifteen

inc. "Recreation! This raises the scription only costs one dollar per of(15)the lying Miami west Canal of ,the in center Township line- ."

blood pressure, refreshes' you, and .:.::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :.:.:.. year; and we'll be pleased to have I Thirty-five orty-four (35)(44)East South, Palm Range Beach : ..":',
Editor .
KEATHLEY: BOAVDEX keeps you alive. yours. County, Florlda : -
; declaring the pur- ; ,,;
"Posture! Keep the backbone This is another good place to remind poses of said District and fixing : '

Entered as second class mail matter j looking as if it had some good' hard home folks and boys too, tol I of its Supervisors boundaries for; creating said District a Board and; '. ,'"

February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In : calcium in it, instead of wet macaroni With please notify us immediately of thenew appointing the members of V the '.
Clevriston, Florida, under the Act of I first Board of
Supervisors
Stand tall! Sit tall! Walk addresses. You men do move for the ; providing -
March 3, 1897.Subscription election or appointment -
'tall and chesty! Twenty times daily, around a great deal, and every news- and compensation of the mem- ,

-- pull, in your abdomen, pull up' your paper sent to an address after you and bers prescribing of said Board of, Supervisors \ '

Rate .2.00 Per Yi nr. che$t and pull back 'your' chin. Don't: 1' = Our Boys have new address, is a paper wast- duties of said Board the ;powers authorizing and -

lTcrIner Rate On Application. I let the shadow of defeat creep. into ed. We have Ino way of knowing the water construction control and works Installationof and Im-.

:your eyes! Think Victory. Lo?k where you move unless you keep us provements in said District; providing r
of humor is a in theService informed. for the levy, assessment and t
victorious! A bump
Devoted to the, advaneement and welfare \ ._.. collection of annual taxes and assessments
or CJewlgton l and.! H ;
I ; providing procedure-
combine a New England sense. IncidentallyJimmie .Hines sent us for the nforc
rnentof such taxes
I
.... -
--
of obligation with, an ,Irish sense of a news item, which you will find on and providing for the sale of any -
and the local heading''' lands acquired by the Board
humor. Keep fit, mentally [ page under the through foreclosure proceedingsor

EDITORIAL physically, for women have many I : Engagement Announced. Congratu-! otherwise; creatingcertain
NATIONAL 1 lations soldier I.I.t funds for the monies of the Dis-
things to DO! trict and
providing for what purposes -

I9. ASSOCIATION .I *' "_.... ...._ ..._ .... -- --.. .. .--- -.1. I ed; authorizing such funds the may Board be ''expend of Su'

In these days of stress, and there : :: :.1I Our first news from Bert Schultz pervisors of said District, to bor-

are surely"tougher, days. ahead of us I I Our letter from abroad this -I who graduated a few'years ago from row money and to issue bonds ands
providing procedure therefor '
; providing -
this summer, we need to keep our I came from Merrell Lowe, who is the Clewiston school and :worked fora I procedure for the holdingof

backbones stiff and' our courage helping hold down the Hawaiian few: months with the Sugar Cor- a bond election or elections In '
too said District; providing for the
There is no commendation I high, as more and more of our men I I Islands,. and he's using a stern hand I poration, came this week when Red election of a President of the Boardof

great for the wonderful work the I I leave for the armed forces and bad for the job, too, since he is an M. Vaughn kindly passed on a letter he I Supervisors and a Secretary and

Catholic Church is ,doing in getting"word news begins to come back from the I' He writes: Have been had received from Bert. Treasurer scribing their of the powers District and and duties pre-
| P'I I
of prisoners safety to their front. It strikes very close home ever -so often to write you' and Bert is now a Sergeant in the providing a penalty for wilful

families at home as quickly as pos-j when the boy who married the girl press my appreciation for the Army Air Corps and is stationed in damage trol works to any and of improvements the water con-in .

Bible. The Church is able to eliminate next door is reported missing in There are so many things the News I New Orleans. He says "I am now said District and repealing all ,
and inter-] laws or parts of laws in conflict
yards of military tion. It will of necessity come aC-1 tells us about the home town that in the Air Corps waiting appoint- with the provisions of this Act.
'
national red tape and get the simplefact er and more tragically than that .the folks just can't seem to get in ment as aviation cadet which will be DATED this April 21, 1943. J,

of .'a man's safety to his fam hundreds and thousands. There's their letters. I do appreciate it very in the near future, I hope,and I hopet HARBRO REALTY CO., J. '

ily. There is no greater service that a deep well of courage down within I much and please express my thanks I be transferred to Florida when I No. 15-Aprfl By H. T., Brodera President.

could be rendered to the folks back everyone, and we draw on it whenwe for receiving
to -
the one responsible my (Continued on page
'home, and to the prisoners themselves it most. The girl next door
need J i it. My Organization Is a Military i 5)I .NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY ,
and one has only to see the has it and the .boy she married. will Police Unit. The M. P.'s playa I FOR PASSAGE OP
of such a plan, as we have I his s I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY SPECIAL OP IxOCAL LEGISLATION
working be proud of her and of the rest of vital part in governing the Islands FOR PASSAGE OF l----'
seen it here in Clewiston these past family when he knows with what SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION I
I as the Islands are under military NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That _
two days, to realize its full value.RAMBLINGS courage they met that "missing in I law. at the Session of the Legislature of ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That Florida which convened In April, 1943.
action" telegram.
-. I We have quite a character in our at the session of the Legislation of I application will be made for the passage .

..:..:..:..:--.x..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: I organization, in "Captain A. D. I Florida be made now for the convened passage, application of special will or I substance of special of which or local is as legislation follows:,. the- ,

And speaking of courage can you Tomasello. He was the officer in local legislation, the substance of which : An Act relating to Everglades
top that 10% you're putting in war .will. be as follows: Drainage District a' drainage dis-
the last' war that gave Sgt. York the An act to create and establish 'U trict existing under the laws of
bonds this month? The governmentasks order which catapulted the Sergeantinto Bird Sanctuary in the City of Florida; amending existing laws relative
Clewiston, comprising the follow- thereto; enlarging, and defining -
you, for the sake ofthosee. boys; .
By B. B. lasting fame. Incidentally he ing described property, being, lyIng the purposes' and scope of
to add to your purchase of war bonds is the brother of Peter Tomasello of and situate in Hendry County, the District and the powers and

(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:.. this month. The biggest bond-seiI-1 Okeechobee, and is a native of Flor- State C of Florida, to wit: of duties Commissioners of the same and its Board;
The East one-half (E?) of ; providing for
j ing campaign in the history of the ida. Possibly you know him. Section Eight (8): all of fractional -' water control and for drainage, ;

With Si and Doke both bidding world is on, and you can have a partin sections Nine (9) and I reclamation, protection and conser-
s'ee
I I my brother-in-law, Art, quite Ten (10): all of Sections Fif- ration of the lands within the District -
Clewiston a definite farewell for the it. Uncle 'Sam needs 13 billionsof often. We are somewhere in the teen (15) and Sixteen (16) and J and for the conservation and V

duration Thursday, we are now indebted dollars of war bonds sold within the East one-half (E%) of development of the natural resources -
: same vicinity. It sure was nice to Section Seventeen (17), all in therein: providing for the .
to, females for our mail. The the next few weeks. Can't you strain see someone from home, too." Township 43 South Range 34, preparation and adoption of a.
and ONE bond East, more particularly descrIbed comprehensive plan of reclamation;
women are handling many jobs appoint and buy just more .
as the general plan fixing and determining the power,
will continue to increase the number i than you intended to buy! this of Clewiston, Florida, accord- authority, duties and compensation -
A pleasant surprise awaited us
and variety of their jobs for the du- month? I ing to plat recorded in Plat of the District's officers and
when we opened a letter from Mutt Book 2, at pages 7 to 14, Inclusive agents: fixing and determining the
ration. Many folks seem to thinkjt'll of the current public amount of the ad valorem tax and
I Waldron the other day. Mutt is
: be hard to get the -women back records of Hendry County. the purpose for which the same:
Remember when you were wakened Yeoman, 3rd class, and has been as- Florida, may be used; (but no amendments,
in the kitchen when the war is over early Monday morning by a To provide for the protection; changes, modifications or correc-
signed to the U. S. Naval Air Sta-
tions are contemplated which would' -
tasted the working preservation and encouragementof
and that having
careerconsCiousthey squally little rain that did nothing tion in Miami ever' since he's been in bird life within the area here- alter the boundaries of the District -,
world, they'll be so' rezone any of the lands in
inbefore described
more than give your Victory gardena the navy. One of his duties there ;
the District, or change the amountof
won't want to retire. To provide a penalty for wilful
a, good wetting? Wellt over in has been assisting with the publica- damage or destruction or moles- the Debt Service Tax which the
We sort of disagree with that Moore tation of bird life within the said Board is authorized to levy and! \
Haven that squall would have
I tion of the
station's publication, I
point of view. We think there'll bea area; ., Impose'on the lands in the various:
government been a: real tornado had it been large "The Sky-Writer," a mimeographed And to repeal all laws or' partsof I zones): authorizing the Issuance of
period of adjustment (and our J enough It was a twister that lifted bulletin edited and published'by the laws in conflict with the pro- refunding bonds; providing for _
various the certification and collection of
is already- work on visions of this Act. .
to I a. few roofs ,off, took: off ,part of the boys themselves.- copy of the last DATED this April 23. 1943. taxes-;' fixing the compensation of '
plans for those adjustments Tax Assessors Tax Collectors and .:
j school gymnasium, !lifted it over the issue was the surprise we found in CONSERVATION COMMITTEE OF
Clerks of the Circuit Courts rela-
and quick
make then! as painless as CLEWISTON GARDEN CLUB,
w'e believe the building and set it down intact on the the envelope It is a newsy little By Leah L. Spicer., chairman. tive to District taxes; defining and ._
but then
as'possible) if construing the terminology of
other side. It fortunate that the No. -April 23.7VOTICE ;
was bulletin with cartoons
I some some District
folks will be happy to get laws relating to the :
women storm was of such small proportions, jokes, some news, and a lot of little amending Chapter 14717, Laws of
out the brass hands to greet the boys _
Florida Acts of 1931, Chapter
OF INTENTION TO '
APPI.YFOR
for the wind registered 82 miles .
I per personal touches through it some
;
from the'war and to turn over the PASSAGE OFSPECIAL 16993, Laws of Florida, Acts of
hour at the government locks there i iI I OR LOCAL LEGISLATION"NOTICE 1935. Chapter 17902, Laws of Florida -
keys to the city, the office, the shop and to havecaused I Acts of 1937, Chapter 19278, _; V
was strong enough
and the pay-envelope to them and I splen-did ; Laws of Florida, Acts of 1939, '
greater damage. I IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat Chapter 20658, Laws of Florida. (
retire for a well-earned rest : I the session rof the Legislature of Acts of 1941, Chapter 20682 Laws
I j and that Thomas M. Waldron, of the Florida, now convened, applicationwill of 'Florida, Acts of 1941, and with-
be made for the passage of special out limiting the generality of the
:staff his
.j was acting editor during
The other day we ran across a bit Today is Good Friday and Sunday i or local legislation, the substance foregoing, particularly Sections

in a woman's magazine that we think will Nbe Easter-the latest .illness, It was a splendid job Mutt. of which will be as follows: One (1), Two (2), Four (4). Five
I I An Act to' create Lake Harbor '- (5), Eight (8), Nine (9). Fifty-six
bears repeating. It.' was entitled Easter on record. It has been some- Drainage District in Palm Beach '(56), Fifty-seven (57). Sixty-eight

"First we must be strong 'ourselvejs" thing like a couple of hundred years \I' 'Fl'om Sheppard: Field, Texas, Jim- and Hendry Counties, Florida, com- (68), Seventy (70), Eighty-three
prising substantially the follow- (83), and One hundred one (101). of
and went like this: since .Easter Sunday has fallen as mie Hines .writes: Dear Mr. Bow- ing lands: South Half (S%) of Sec-' '"... said .:Chap'ter 12717, as amended

"Keep up your four R'sMakEuse : late in the calendar, as April 25th. 'I den., I sure would: enjoy getting a tion One fl) and Two (2) and all and Sections Three (3), Four (4)
of Sections Eleven (11), Twelve and Twelve (12) of said Chapter
.of the f'li-.R. daily! Rouge,, Easter being the first Sunday after copy of your paper every now and (12), Thirteen (13) and Fourteen 20658, and repealing, all laws in con-

Rest, Relaxation. and Recreation." I the first full moon after March .21st then. I haven't read. The News in (14) in Township Forty-four (44) I flict therewith. .
I South, Range Thirty-four (34) East, DATED this April 20, 1943.
"Rouge! Red gives courage. Apply was one full_rnoon late this year. The over 8 months now How much is Hendry County, Florida, andI I BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF .

rouge early in the morning and full moon was on March 21st so{a year's subscription?" i .South Half (S>/2) of Section Two I EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT
t (2) lying west of the center line j By :MARK: R. TENNANT,
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" in on May 29, 1941. He received : nine months, and
ArattaPetersonMiss Twenty-Three Scouts- as they are continuously They will 'be used on the. Port
training at Camp Walters, Texas, I in operation they offera Myers-Stuart cross-state canal and
and Camp Grant, Illinois. He had wide range of trades which these the Intercoastal Waterway in

.j : Phoebe Peterson, of West (Continued from Page 1) I been promoted to corporal and was young men can follo'w'in post war transporting petroleum products from

Palm Beach', formerly of Clewiston and worked as a unit in the camp later selected to attend Officers civilian life.BARGES the gulf ports to the eastern states.

became the bride of Staff Sergeant organization for the two days dura- Training School at Fort Benning,

'Wallace: Aratta of Morrison Field. tion. I Georgia. He received his commission i BEING BUILT FOIl

,Florida, and, Trenton, New Jersey, Attending the camp from Clewistonwere there September 24, 1942, and was USE ON CROSS-STATE CANAL Florist AgencyFlowers
in1 a pretty ceremony performed in Gilbert McLeod, Gene and Dub ( given a furlough following gradua-

Holy Trinity Church, West Palm Mills, Ben Bolton, Billy Toulis, Sam tion.. On October 2nd, he was married Work was started this, week on 24 delivered here at no

,. ','' Beach, Saturday evening, by the Young, Frank and Eddie Conkling, to Miss Mildred Durst in Clewis- wooden oil-carrying barges by two extra cost. Other towns, anywhere -

-. .pastor of the church. Rev. Morrison. Stanley Wright, 'Charles Benbow, ton. He was assigned to' Camp Miami construction companies fol- in U. S. add only cost of

"7.,' Miss' Peterson's attendants were Alfred Dunaway, Raymond Trice, Pickett, Virginia, and a few weeks lowing the awarding of contracts by telegram, ranging from 20 to

Mrs. Murray Sabot, matron of honor Clarence Stiles, David Thomas, Clif- later went, overseas. His unit was i I the war department. They will be 55 cents.

Miss Margaret Spoolstra and Miss ford Beatty, L. P. Andrews, Vernon in the large convoy of American 169 feet long and 34 feet wide and MRS SARAH E. FOUNTAIN

Emily 'Spender, bridesmaids. Mrs. Foster, Danny Martin, John Barton'land British troops making the first I with a draft of eight feet when load- Western Union Office

'Sabot was gowned in orchid Miss Randolph Chastain, Harold BroadeJ(handing on the North African coast i ed, will have capacities. of 6,000 Day Phone 82 -. Night 2791
Spoolstra in blue and Miss .Spender rick, Cecil Cooley and Emory Campbell -I near' Casablanca. { barrells of oil.

1, "in yellow. They each wore Juliet i News that Lt. Ward is in the )I I.. ___ ... _..
:, caps of veiling to match their dresses -I The camp ended at thee o'clock hands of the Italians is also a relief : -- --- ------ --

and their flowers were shoulder Saturday afternoon, and the various I to his family and friends who feel:i' _

: / corsages of marching gerbera patrols broke camp and returned to that if one has to be a prisoner of \I

r' >,- 'daisies. I their homes war Italy would be their choice !I
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;:' ;' .::: .The bride entered with: her fa- I country .

i:;',,..: "3 ,their, L. W. Melin, by whom she was :1 Vocational Guidance-, i I >'o. .:>. y PHOTQ3RAPK OfFICIAL
:,:,: given in marriage. She wore a Young Men 17 Years Old j U.S. ARMY
;h ': formal dress of white satin I I IQNAL CORP
: ;.,' wedding Continued'from k' '
( Page 1)) To Join The \ 9i
Urged Navy
'..I:';':;' t -and lace and fingertip veil. Her pils have expressed themselves as interested -, I
.:.':.': ', flowers were white roses and snap
in phase of aviation,
some According to Petty Officer in J JI JI'
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; but conditions are such that no I :::
) Charge Oscar H. Eaton of the Fort
: church decorated with I
', The was schedule has been worked' out for,
Recruiting Station in
Myers Navy
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: 'palms and ,spring flowers and was them. j
the Post Office Building, there is ,an
,,; :, with A i oc roux
lighted numerous tapers. Margaret Morrow, interested in I ,
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increasing need for young men in :($ y INYE STM ENT
.: : : program of organ music was played' clerical wprk, reports to the city of"II
,' 17th
have passed their
the who
Navy ;
/.5' T before the ceremony and the traditional -! fice; Sue Geary, Interested in clerical
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who have not reached
birthday but
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:. wedding marches were used. work, to the sugar office; Carmen .
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, ,' After the ceremony a bridal dinner Roland, interested in nursing, to the 18. I
>'" All men in the Navy have special-
was given at The Patio for the hospital Jenece Irey, who would like I
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members of the wedding party. to become a beautician, to the Inn I
i : them for these jobs. After the 12 ..
and Mrs. Aratta will
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: beauty shop and Philip McLeon '
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,make their home in the El Cid general clerical work, to the co.in-I weeks of preliminary training' each I
man has an opportunity to bid for
.Apartments, West Palm Beach. missary warehouse. : Mrs. Aratta is well known in I I his choice of trade schools which 9 It's just common sense tc

Clewiston, having resided here for .' I cover 52 trades. gUY S
Seniors Honored e l refrain from buying things
two years during which time she i I I These schools lst from five to
w'
was employed in the stenographic de needed in our War effort.

partment at the sugar office. She (Continued from page 1) I I g0N S
Save. and after
resigned her position here three Margaret Morrow, president of the DRESSMAKING, ALTERING, crom in ome buy our

< months ago, and returned to West Juniors, gave the Welcome, and BUTTONHOLE MAKING regUlar'Y' Victory., open your savings

Palm Beach. Gloria McDuffie, president of the account here.* today!
Seniors, the Response. Margaret also -
Mrs. Inez Pope
::: ; :" Holingsworth-Hines gave toasts to R. W. Turk, prin-

cipal; Dr., C. E. Weaver, superin- Millcrest Near Passenger Depot

:{ :' tendent, and E. M. Cornette, school (next door to Bill Allen's) I Buy War Bonds & Stamps p pyrixG

.:t': ':" Mr, and Mrs. E. R. Holingsworth board member.x:

:,: of Wichita Falls,' Texas, announce The costumed girls who danced and

the engagement and approachiug ,also served the tables were Chris-
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; marriage of their daughter, Louise, tine Redish, Mamie Trice, Carolyn

to Cpl. Jimmie. Hines of Sheppard Bryant, Harriet Alston, Jo Ann RENTAL HOUSESof

::;...,' Field. Crouch and Nora Oglesby. RAF Mrs.: Viola Stone's Estate are ,.
:>'\ Miss Holingsworth attended Cadet Reginald Perkins acocmpan- in charge of Mrs. Jewel Hooker.

"' ', Wichita Higli School, and is now employed ied them and gave other piano mu- Two now, vacant.

..::"::>' ':. in the City National Bank as sic during the banquet.The SEE MRS. HOOKER

: ,'.: .. cashier.v guests were Gloria McDuffie, concerning them.
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: is the son of the late J. L. Hines and Marianne Jones and Bernard Leiter,I
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k' Mrs Hines. He is now attending a members' of the Senior Class R. W.

; .: ., special,. A.' and M.. school. at, Shep- Turk, Mrs., Mary: Baker Mrs: Mar- ,: :,

pard Field, Texas. jorie Bjornsen, Miss Mary Neeley,

Mrs. A. W. McCorkle, M. H. Sharpe,
W/Stf WE COULD HAUf '
County Wide Mrs., Agnes Thomas, faculty mem-
=, bers, Dr. C. E. Weaver; E. M. Cor aN; ''A NICE FINISH ON OUR \

nette, Rev.' H. C. Meador, Mrs. R. y I i 1 BAS&1ENT CLUB KOOM WALLS'

_:, est of the County; W. Turk and Reginald Perkins.

::V', (d) And firmly believing that the I The Junior class members are

".. : great majority of the people of Margaret Morrow, Lavinia Gary,

:?',." Hendry County who have the inter- Mauryne Prewitt, Mary Mathis, Med- -

".>.. ?est of the whole County at heart are ford Dunaway, Philip McLeod, Rob- 1 .5

against the passage of this proposed ert Hodges and Eric Thomas. I f.


,.:' legislation:, I After the banquet the guests joined -

". : NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- I the dancers at the Juniors dance

-;. SOLVED by the Board of County at the Sugarland Park Auditorium.

Commissioners of Hendry County, 1t ftJ

Florida, that this Hoard goes on rec Lt. Edwin Ward-

ord as being opposed to' the propos

ed bill, and respectfully request theHonorable
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Elbert L. Stewart, Representative -
munica ion has been duly made.
of Hendry County in the
With kind I am
,regards ,
:Florida House of Representatives,
Sincerely yours in Christ, I r'
and the Honorable Franklin
a James A. A Y
Thomas J. McDonough, j
Senator of this Senatorial District -I
Vice-Chancellor,
to' use their influence to defeat -

the proposed legislation; and St.The Augustine.Cathedral, The new WASHABLE PAINT that covers

the Clerk of this'Board is hereby instructed -
:: Lieutenant Ward's letters for'sev-
to forward a copy of this
resolution to each of O'Ul'" said Rep- eral weeks have indicated that he practically any surface with one coat
> resentatives and our State Senator. was in the real combat ara and
I I presumably was attached to General

> .' With Our Boys---.: 1 Patton's forces. The latest letter t' Here's where your wishes come true! For this wonder.
from him is one dated March 20th. I
; I e @Oglt ful new SWISH can -be painted right over brick or
From the above messages it is indicated -
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that he was captured, in the q40 ; I Cement or building tile and covers it with just one

(Continued. from Page 4) fighting on March 24th and was in ? 5 ,coat! Yes, sir, SWISH covers any kind of surface-:. ,

_. get the appointment. I have been in the hands of Italian soldiers., Apparently 'A'k .- wall board, plaster, old paint, even wallpaper' ,...
this camp for almost four months
the priests of the Catholic
And once you paint with SWISH you have a beautiful
and sort
now am getting of tired of
Church in Italy are doing the wonderful COVERS EVERYTHING
it." Bert is like all the other boys and comforting work pf get- I : flat finish that is washable-one that you can easily

who write back-they are longing fora I ting news of prisoners' safety to keep spic and'span..

bit of that *Florida* sunshine.. their families as. quickly as, possible. I2 And listen to this: SWISH is easy to apply and dries .
i The letter of Ed's: safety was writ- II I
The in one hour. Its pleasant, clean odor vanishes quickly!
package of the week came I ten EASY TO APPLY
from: St. Augustine the day before -
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,from far away Africa and was" a I the telegram from the War Department 2 And it's so economical that a single gallon (of paste
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7 :'gift of Lt. Ed Ward to his wife,I reached Clewiston. g 3 which makes 13 gallons ready to apply) covers the

llildred.. Every thing in the pack-I Lt. Ward entered the U. S. Army .j[ average room!
age arrived in good shape, thoughthe I DRIES IN 1 HOUR
nearly two
wrapping paper was a bit torn i years ago, ,being sworn I Come in and let us show you the smart SWISH colors.

(.You'd be torn, too, if you'd made I Get a free color card showing many special tints you
AOTICH or Ai'pr.icATio.v FOR O
4 a round-trip to Africa in a U. S.I TAX Wren S can easily mix yourself. Don't wish-SWISH I II.GAUON
mail b'ag.-the paper was the sameas (Senate Mill IV o. ]($3)

on a package sent to Ed by Mrs. MICAL JUST ADD WATER
NOTICE IS HLUIEBY GIVEN. That
Durst when he first went to Africa).I Asa Townsend holder of Tax Certificates
The box contained a pair of Mor- No. 133-135. issued the 5th day Ec t !N WITH WATER $289
of August. AU. 1935, has filed
same ;p rper ine or special "thinners" .
rocan slippers, two vialsof perfume -I In my office and has made application
two necklaces and a brilliantly for a tax deed to be issued thereon. COVERS : iiry. You just add water toof A GALLON
Said certificates embrace the following AVERAGE ROOM i C.I xi SWISH paste and make
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woven scarf. described property in the County M gOl.'ona of paint-ready to apply. !
Ilendrv, State. : of Florida to-wit: '
\ NVi of NW i of Sway of SB 14, -- -
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T. E. Marl tte To Be And 5 acres in K\v corner N\V 4PEU I 1_ 'i
110 yds U & W by 220/yds N
S, Sec. 17, Twp. 45 S., Here. 29 E. I
Stationed In Ft. Myers,, The assessment of the said property I Bishop-Wilson Lumber i.I i.
I under the said certificate issued was Company
-" In the name of Geo. \\ Fritchey.
Thomas E. Markette Is now at. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -I j TELEPHONE 88
according to law. the
tending an aircraft property
armament school
described therein will be sold to the t.uud
--1 at the General Electric Company,, highest bidder at the court house door CXKWISTO.V, FLOltlDAPRIDAYt y
Schenectady New York on the first Monday In the month ofMay. I r
: Mr. Mar-
1943, which Is the 3rd day ofo ,
kette will return in a few weeks t ]I only 1913. Rh
''be' Dated this 1st clay t>f April. 1943.!
in
charge: of
an instruction I SEAL / .
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:if you gave every minute of,your day, every ounce of your \ money to keep on fighting this war! '. :_. -

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woman, can be in it with our dollars! nearest' bank'or' postoffice and turn the money i into War ,

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i Sure, it may hurt. But a lot of clean-cut young fellows '.
,. every foot of ground taken with every' naval task in uniform are going ,to be hurt' a lot worse than you are "':'

carried out with every bombing mission against the before this,war is won. And don't ever forget this ,
enemy the costs:: of war increase. :More men are needed ( .
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I \, This takes money. More money and still more money. time goods for 'you and yours in a busier, more prosperous ;,
country-than we've ever known. ,

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j Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Allen spent FAREWELL, DINNER FOR t I
the week-end in Fort Myers. SIAS AND DOKE MONDAYDr.


I Personals J J11' Misses Emily Spender, Evelyn :,. and Mrs.-J.V.. Ezelle were!I NOTICE, TO CONSUMERS

t t:: Hare and Elizabeth Huffaker, Ser' hosts at a dinner party Monday
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geant W. M. Laflower and Sgt.: P. R. evening, in honor of A. W. Sias and
Kinmon and Dennis Racner were in M. C. Doke, who left Thursday to ..-
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,: :\ and Mrs.. G. N. Pitson were West Palm Beach Saturday' evening report for duty in the U. S. Army. Water will be cut off for approximately -
to attend the wedding of Miss Phoebe Guests were Mr. and Mrs. A.V..
visitors in Miami Saturday.}'. I Peterson .and Staff Sergeant Wallace I Sias, Mr. and Mis. M. C. Doke and two hours, beginning at 2P. M.

Aratta. I Mis. A. W. Lawrence '
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: QIJBS HAVE, FISH FRY This will effectall outlets in Eastern
x -,.. a few days in'CIewiston the first ofr' Mr. and Mrs. A. Toulis had as
I ': the week their guest for .the'veek-en Mi.s. B.I A group of Cubs and their half of city. -
'. of Lake Wales who is a ,
D. Hudson I ents enjoyed a fish fry at the Scout,
,;j. ,:" Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry and sister of Mrs. Toulis. Their mother, : barbecue pit on the Ridge Saturday,
4 ;.:. ion, John, were visitors in West Mrs. F. Cardullo, who spent several ; afternoon.. Several of the boys spent CITY OF CLEWISTON
? ': : Palm Beach Saturday I weeKs here with the ,Toulis family';;a couple of hours swimming in the I
i:. returned to Lake Wales' for a short I canal. Electric and Water Department

' _' Mr.' and Mrs. Albert C. Lyson and visit with Mrs. Hudson and family. i I Later the crowd gathered at. the

'. .:' ton spent the week-end in Fort '. \ I I I barbecue pit and cooked fish and! I-

f. :' Myers visiting friends. Lt. and Mrs. J. M. Congden of hush-puppies over an open fire. '::=..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:":":
Camp' Pickett, Virginia, arrived ;In.!: tending were Mr. and Mrs R. At-I'
, ,: "S.. C. Stalls and Miss Jean Stalls of Fort Myers last week, called by the,Knight, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. I II

:. .. Moore Haven were business visitors serious illness of Mrs. Congdon's. t|Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Johnson, \Berner'l CLEWISTONGOLF

: ) in Clewiston Wednesday. father. Lieutenant Congdon spent Mrs K. Bowden, Mrs., A, G.
C- Monday and Tuesday in Clewiston Bob Berner, Lionel Beatty, Kay
-. Mrs. G.' 'E.: Wenzloff spent a few with his mother, ,Mrs. C. E. Cong- Bowden, Jim Johnson, Harry Vaughn, I:_: COURSE !

,..... days the latter part of the week don and his sister, Mrs. E. H. Hol- Richard Knight, Gene Land, David .,

;:"F'......;.. visiting in Fort Pierce and Vero stine, before leaving for Virginia. Twiddy, Charles Twiddy Lief Johnson y A
,J/'!. .: Beach. Jimmy and Tommy Knight and :;: ::
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Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Campbell and }.

son, Emory, left Tuesday to spend I. Elizabeth Provence, Florida MRS WILCOX TRANSFERRED ..S.y.. i I 5'.S
with relatives and friends in TO WEST PALM BEACH OFFICE I -
: Easter State Baptist W. M..U. Field Worker ... ': :t

,::.,;'='.,.,... St. Cloud. 'I was in Clewiston this 'week to I Mrs. Ruth M. Wilcox, chief =i= _. The Number, of Golfers Is Steadily *
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" clerk in the U. S. Engineer office
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here, will leave Monday Jor West
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.. epent Sunday here with Mr. andMrs. j Church. There was a special meeting -I Palm Beach, where she has been :s: .:.... ,. : .'." IncreasingGood '
j held yesterday afternoon at the transferred to the Engineer office I '

':,' John. Henry H. Maloy Lutes._\ Jr.;, .,deputy" t-I collector I were church present and: a large to hear number this splendid ladies there.Mrs. Wilcox has been connected i > ,: :. :t\ :": :o(":+:o( :":+;+: :. ; ; : :

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of internal I revenue of West with' the local office for several ; { .

Palm Beach, was a business, visitorin I,. BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIES years and it is with regret that her :_: :, > '.: ,,::.'. ,- : Greens --

Clewiston Monday. ,.' many friends \ see her transferred .
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'. 1( second to Mrs. Curtis Thompson and

',:, Jack Burkette-of Montgomery,I low to Mrs. iA. W. Lawrence The ( Clewiston, Hurricane, Fla.Gate) ;f.-- : Meet Your Own Friends There !;
hostess served strawberry shortcake, y
till Sun Boats and Motors-Guide Service .1. ,' \ ..
Alabama, spent Thursday .
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; I whipped cream and coffee to Mrs. .. -
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day here visiting his sister, Mrs. W. ''R. Rates ReasonableW. ,: ):
C. Nowling, Mrs. C. E. Crow,
: ;:' E.. ( Bolton and family, Mis. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. McLendon, H. Johnson, Mgr. ... *
::,: Mrs. R. J. Lee, Mrs. Thompson and "s. ', S I
Mrs. M. M. Prewitt were
' Mr. and
:.1. Mis. Lawrence.Mrs. X
;;". visitors in Fort Myers Saturday. B.
Deane Duff was hostess at J. M. CO USE I
: E. Prewitt accompanied them and .
: : :'the meeting of her bridge club Wednesday :_i: YEARLY.MEMBERSHIP :
returned to his home in Tampa. Counselor and Attorney at Law V
,; I .afternoon., Mrs. Otto Larsen Y
;:" ." ,Mrs. Media -Himmelheber of WestPalm .[ won first prize and Mrs. F. E. Hopkins Building OAILY GREEN FEES ':=
.? : Beach returned to her home 'I Conkling second prize. Mrs.. Duff Wednesdays and Saturdays f :; I_i,
; served sandwiches tea and cake to :
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*Z.1-i")'':' here Monday visiting after Mr.spending and Mrs.several W. Dean days'l!Mis. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs H. A, I I 0:30 to 4:00 ::.........!............:.................................................................:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:.:.

1 Bestor, 1Irs.Conkling, Mi's. Larsen, =

;i. ,::< : King.. I Mrs.' N. V. S.. Mumford, Mrs. C.: J. .

Mrs. Hubert Land and daughter, I Nielsen, .Mrs'. W. C. Owen and Mrs. .IFiNeIiir--- I

Shari, Mrs* 'H: C. ,Avant, Wes Pad- ,R.. C. Wilson. -

gett and A-llen'Doke: were' visitors inj, !i _
JIBS II. LEHMAN HONORED I
down J. .
Fort Myers Saturday, going on i '
business. I IMrs. I II WITH STORK SHOWER n .'i i
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Eddye Currie and daughter: Mrs. A. P.. Brink and Mrs._ Fred
Lovvorn, returned yesterday aftera Hunziker were hostesses at a stork

few week's visit with relatives and shower yesterday afternoon complimenting

friends in Gainesville, and Baker, Mrs. H. J. Lehman., The l # 2E I Is

Florida, party was given at the ,Brink home'

The guests played quiz games during -[
Miss Mattle- Belle Veitiess, representative the afternoon and prizes were t
Y of the state welfare board awarded to Mrs. Brinkley and Mrs 'I

for Glades and Hendry Counties, was I,Woodwaid., I II
in Clewiston business for, .the
t { on 'I I A large ;stork presided over n':
board Tuesday.E. .- II[ basket of gifts which were presented -
I I. .

: V.operator McClelland at the, formerly local Atlantic telegraph j,I The to the hostesses,honoree.served' sandwiches, LET YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER HELP YOU TO DO THIS WITH

.' ':! fruit salad and tea to Mrs. H. J.
Coast Line officespent; a short time
4 'I Lehman, Mis. G.V.. Mrs.
in Clewiston the latter part of'. the,I Tyson
.:', ". week visiting friends. "Mac's' is'noivi :: J.V.. Durden, Mrs. J. C. Ziler, Mrs. ce Car Maintenance"Chevrol
Willard Mrs. Charles W. Motor
: ." ; ";.-' in the Army Air, Corps. King; Monthly:
p Miller, Mrs. Ken Woodward, Mrs.
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. =.: ':' ,:..' Mr. and Mrs. George Van Hyning N. C. Ellis, Mrs. Sam Schneider,

... left the first of the week for Jacksonville Mrs Fred Perry, Mrs. R. H. Brin-
i '. '.,: Both the "* Van Hynings i tOll, Mis. C. F. Butler, Mrs. W. G.

have applied for.positions in the I. Reid' Mrs. Robt. Ohlinger, 'Mrs.J.. 6 ,-
..- E. Taylor, Mrs D. H. Brinkley and y
: Canal Zone and expect to receive et
: call 'to report there shoitly. \ Mis. A. C. Lyons.SUNIJKVMS .\ :. trlucksakeSeofpW' rcarserviceN :
a
;. I 'I Gel a .
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. ,.:; .' Leaving for military service\ t C.\\tc.\t- : a t CfheroJet dealersdrotatetires
. ;".:' Thursday after their customaryweek's :AT NAIL HOME_WEDNESDAY', 1 1i S,\I\\\i est have had .

furlough at home were W. A. i "V. / CMCan ;-servicin; mj erlenee
: The Sunbeams of {the Baptist .\Ubt\Ca\\on and lons ofen9ino'
y- Davis, Jr., who enters the Marine \( USed
. CMc c.at\u. c =
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,, Chevrolet vehicles.V
Church 4
met for their meeting
regular I k '
Coips and A. W. Sias and M. C. 'V .
and an Easter Egg irunt battery lkil1e, ra1ea/ers have
;
Doke who were sworn into the Army. I wedJes.1 Chretoteck .
I day afternoon 'at the. home. mechan,
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,', er Nail, Jr. / Checbta"e d ; e. Chevrolet
I Il x Ib. an :' ,, {
'
G, M. Ford, who is with the U. S, I 'Y \eet\ng '; .
mOdern
'. Engineers and stationed: in St. .Petersburg -I[ Their leader, Mamie Trice, brief\ .. / Chec\\Sa\\gn"en\, : mente too/ca/ers and equ'e.hav"'Y .
ed the group together for a -'i. :
: spent the, week-end at his' transmis Chevrole
\+. Lome here. Mrs., Ford accompanied j meeting before the egg hunt, which .. I Check clutch axlo' ,ty tdealers give
.... her husband when "he returned toSt. I was sponsored by the Amanda Tinkle\ 'V s\on, teat :e ow Cost.e qual.. .
; Petersburg Sunday Circle of the Woman's 1\Iissionary.
I
(Society : / .

Mrs. J. H. Wilson and Mrs. L. I. j Those who attended were Patsy I
Maloy of Pahokee were visitors in Elder. Charlotte Krueger, Betty Sue

Clewiston Sunday. They came Andrews, Mary Himrod, Sara Beth
.' to bring Miss Jessie Maloy who left I Sikes, Iris Cannon, Georgia Ann ar g

t>y train for New York City to ze.eiTe .Suggs, Bernice Bishop, Ola Pearl
her indoctrination training 3nthe Bishop, Mary Faye Andrews, Nadine, ln
WAVES at Hunter College Bembry, Barbara Twiddy, Shirley''
Marshall, Sue Cornette, Rose Dun-

, Sergeant Vincent J. Oglesby spent away, Lorraine Dunaway, Bobby
.: the week-end in Clewiston with his I Peters, Wanda Bembry, Clare Jones, ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby. 'I Janice Magill, Wayne Waldron, : B s '

,. Sergeant Oglesby has been stationed I'Walker Nail, Jr.: Jerry Bolton, John:

at Gunter Field, Alabama, but is i Perry, James Fullwood, .Charlesi
'-" being transferred to a Massachusetts Twiddy, Pat Martin, Roy :Martin,I
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amp. Bobby Riley, John Himrod, Windsoi']

i Meador, Alfred Meador, Tommy;
'
Mr. .and Mrs. W.. A. Lawrence announce Suggs, Shirley Spear, Billy Blount, .
-t the birth of a daughter at (I Herman Davis Luther Davis, Donald -
, the Clewiston Hospital Tuesday' Davis Ronald Hare, ,Sammy
The baby weighed 7 pounds and has'Bishop,' Mrs. Walker Nall, Miss Hub Chevrolet CompanyClewiston

been named Julia Ann. Mr. Lawrence 'Mamie Trice, Mrs. Joe Elder, Mrs.

is. aU, S. Army Cadet training .j] Gordon Bembry, Mra, R. L. Marshall: FloridaFRIDAY.

at Riddle Field. He and his Mrs. C. R; Krueger, Mrs George! .. _
wife are from Spokane, Washington. Waldron and Mrs., F. Sikes.
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Uncle Sam's Bombardiers SUNDAY LessonBy sensitiveThat ,

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has been' added to the'training of Uncle Sam's HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. '
OR W EA ON Something new Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chl;ago.: made me. cry

.. ,.? : ua.. bombardiers. ,.It is "synthetic bombing," which is the technical (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) dot now Ive grown 50

2 term for use of models and gadgets to simulate, on the ground, old and hard .

Washington, D. C. the procedures of actual bombing. At the world's largest bom- Lesson for April 18 ThLt folksctrlt ,.

APPEASEMENTHow bardier school, :Midland, Texas, synthetic bombing has been developed U

MARTINIQUE tolerant we have been of the to a point where everything but the explosions of real Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected hurt me. 11.... .

French island of Martinique, for two bombing can be duplicated in classrooms and huge training hangars I permission.Council of Religious Education: used by if they try

years thumbing its nose at us within Svnthetic bombing ..i. t7'cwtt..
bombing distance of the Panama is piadt -enable stu PETER AND JOHN IN

canal, is illustrated by a conversation GETHSEMANELESSON t
which took place between the dents to gain experience -

state department's Sam Reber and in use of the secretU. 181012. TEXT-Matthew 2C:36-46: John

treasury department officials. S. bombsight before GOLDEN TEXT-Watch and pray, that ye WNU Features.
Reber had gone to Martinique, to they actually go aloft on vrr enter not into temptation. Matthew 2641.
negotiate with Vichy Admiral Robert
regarding the airplane carrier, practice missions over The morning of that great day

cruisers and six oil tankers rustingin the vast nearby target When atonement was made for the

Martinique waters. Subsequently ranges. It is used to sins of all the world was nearly at CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I

the state department announcedthat teach them, in graphic hand. In the darkness of the night, I i
an agreement had been reached following the institution of the Lord's
with Admiral Robert whereby these detail, the principles of Supper, and the words and prayer of I

ships would be turned over to the bomb loading, bomb tra-, our Lord (John 15-17), He and His BIRTH CERTIFICATESWE

U. S.' A. Months have passed,. how- jectory and the complex disciples came to the Garden of

ever, with no result. theories on which Amer- Gethsemane. Taking three of His WILL TELL YOU how to obtain proofof
After state department envoy disciples He went citizenship few days. Send $1 PROOF
deeper into the OF BIRTH, SANTA MONICA, CALIF.
Reber returned, treasury officials ican precision bombingis shadows to pour out before the Father -

asked him: based. ; His soul, "exceeding sorrowfuleven
"What about'' the gold in Marti- Right: Using a class unto death." I FOR
nique? What is to become of that?" model v We are especially concerned with MINOR MOROLINEPETROLEUM

They referred to 25 billions.of gold room of a plane'sbomb gr1' Peter and John, who with James I BURNS cuTS X JELLY Cft
cadet bombar- j'iJ41ra
bay,
francs still stored in Martinique."Oh ; : shared our Lord's sorrow-up to a I

," replied'Reber, "that didn't diers learn how a "big point, and then so sadly failed Him.I. .

come up." boy" is hoisted to its planein High Privilege (Matt. 26:36-38). Making Holes

"Wasn't it even mentioned?" the bomb racks. To be asked by Christ to. stand by The machines that formerly

asked treasury officials, who remem- nom. '' ,..'. in this crucial hour was to be entrusted made mesh fabrics are'now filling
bered how France had defaulted on : ; y. with one of the greatest
large orders
of
still __ __ _________. army mosquito
her debts from World War I, : / ';' e eHe. m privileges a man could ever know. netting.
;
owing us several billion dollars. I:!{" ::: : ; ., As there swept over His holy soula

Reber "did l great tidal wave of sorrow unto
.
"No, replied you t Victory "v ..Y s {(a-
think it wouldfbe safer up here?" $ \( ; death, He wanted and needed their

"Well, it certainly isn't very safe r> :':\ Parade)p. :,: a fellowship. As Maclaren puts it,
.:.., ,(:>i He "grazed the very edge" of human -
down there, countered the treasury. ::<<<:: {., sp it
/p
"We decided," ,replied Reber, r" ', endurance. "Out of the ,dark- s fore =

"that we didn't want to do anything : '.','.., ness He reaches a hand to feel the Sensible
which might Infringe on the sov- grasp of a friend, and piteously asks

ereignty of France.". these humble lovers to stay beside
Him; not that they could help Him
That ended the matter. The 'goldis
bear the weight, but that their presence -
still in Martinique, and Admiral "
had some solace in it.
Robert, who apparently isn't much
impressed by the subtleties of state Undoubtedly they intended to do bkd
it., Jesus bore witness that their eNatures R

- department to thumb appeasement his nose, has at. continued the- ; 4 I spirit was willing (v. 41), but in spite ; Gym Nrals Ta, no Phenol en0 c olsche 3')

United States. of that, and all the boasting of 'Peter are diderivay :

.* at the table that he would never getable combinaurely neeent

RED CROSS DONORSeveral desert Him, they failed Him in His Over Ingredi f 10a
hour of need.II. 1 .
tjo11 dyc agoO
weeks ago Mrs. Roosevelt s UII.de
Sad Weakness (vv. ,,39-46). dab ate ,
the Red Cross to that thei
phoned say
she wanted to donate blood to the Our Lord's prayer showed great d y.PtOlved Get lion o f 0U2 Ifr

Washington blood bank, but wantedno faith in God the Father, the terrific ,a ono b0 s
publicity. recoil of His soul against being

Red Cross officials agreed and the blackened with the burden of sin,
and a complete surrender to the.Fa
visit went off,without any fanfare. :
ther's'will.. Here was'true denial'of
Mrs. Roosevelt took her -
merely =- ,...&.,.... ,' .. .- '
/ --- self and submission to God but it
place in line with other blood donors, ,

rolled up her sleeve, had a pint Synthetic trainer. Miniature plane slides along track at top, releas- was nonetheless an appalling expe- ;
I rience for sinless Lord. So He ,
drawn from her arm, and went on 'ing toy bombs along wire tangents to illustrate the law of falling bodies. our
about her business went back for fellowship with His

.... three trusted friends-and they were
n. -, .
Some weeks later, Red Cross of- :
ficials were astounded to have Mrs. F :::. asleep.
Jesus that the weak-
''' recognized
Roosevelt appear at the blood bank <.. X"To relieve ,distress of MONTHLY"X
:<
,. ',; ; ness of the flesh caused them to for-
again. This time she had not tele- i
J
phoned, but they felt their pledge of ,:",; get and slumber. We may profit bya Female Weaknessi
little closer scrutiny ,of the scene.
no publicity still held good. Once :$
again, the First Lady took her place ti3: Was it just a physical tiredness? ,
s '''f.. That doubtless entered in, but was WHICH MAKES YOU CRANKY,NERVOUS! a -
with other blood donors, and scarce-
not Jesus even more tired than they Lydia E. PInkham's Vegetable Com-
ly anyone knew she had been there. ,
/ pound has helped thousands to relieve
;/ could possibly be? Was it not rather
Red Cross officials wished they periodic pain, backache, head-
could have publicized the incident, 'o'.:': the weakness of indifference? They ache with weak, nervous cranky,
because they were in the middle of ? iG did not yet fully believe that their blue feelings due to functional
their drive for funds. However, they Lord'was about to die. That was monthly disturbances. This Is due
to Its soothing effect on one of
did not do so, and this column why they were quickly scattered in WOMAN'S MOST IMPORTANT OBCANS.
learned of the facts quite by acci- = unbelief when He did die. This mat- Taken regularly-Plnkham's Com-
dent. ter was not so serious in their sight, pound helps build up resistance
so it was not difficult to yield to the against such annoying' symptoms.
PAY BEFORE PATRIOTISMWar nw. tired body and the deep,'quiet dark- Follow label directions.Worth trying!

ness, and fall asleep.We -----.
Production board officials tell
are in much the same posi-
of a heavy snow-and-sleet storm that
tion. Danger-grave, spiritual dan-
blanketed Seattle and left the Boeing
ger-threatens our souls, our fami- LOOKOUT !
Aircraft plant snowbound, unable to '
operate for two days. By the end of at' 2J t"W / lies, our nation. We who call our-
selves Christians have declared our
the week roads had been opened,
readiness to stay awake and alert.
and Boeing broadcast back-to-work
a This is Uncle Sam's bombsight, Bombing trainer shown under But we hav become at" home in -the Saboteurs-

call.Men came to the gates of the plant, 1918 model. Sighting through it, a guard. This device enables bom- this world, the enemy soothes us : KILL'EM BY USING

but stopped there. And they de- cadet bombardier at the AAF bom- bardiers to gain practice in use. of with the assurance that all is well,
time on and nothing too seri-
clined to go further until they could bardier school learns basic goes '
princi- ,the secret U.. S. bombsight without
So
,be assured of receiving time-and-a- ous happens. we go to sleep R/XTi ROACH.. DA_ CTF.
half pay for week-end work. ples on.ivhich all bombing is based. leaving-the ground. right in the midst ,of danger, and ; Bn-v FOA vnvnv-nflr 65 YEARS ( 1'*T jIAT

"But'you haven't put in 40 hours sleep on even though the Master YOUR DEALER 35*& $1.001
and
awakens us again. again.III. .
this week, officials retorted.
Foolish Courage (John,18:10:
The men stood their ground, how- 12). Get Your War Bonds .
ever, and Boeing officials telephoned
The act of Peter
was
Washington for advice. They talked even to the point of recklessness.What courageous,. To Help Ax the Axis
with Madame Perkins, who ruled
chance had he against a great
that nothing should be allowed to
armed multitude? It was the natural] WNU-7 1543Don't
interfere with production and that
r ,3 impulse of a loving heart, but it was
the men should be paid.
misguided and foolish.
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MERRYGOROUNDC.U. deliver Jesus from those who

S. department chiefs have 1 would crucify Him? That would have o -
asked for the deferment of very few I meant no death on the cross and no
government workers, but local draft redemption. The hour for the offer- Neglcct Them
the kidneys! to do a
boards, acting on their own, have ing up of the Son of Man as Saviour marvelous Nature designed job.Their task is to keep the
deferred a tremendous number sim- had come. Peter might have learned flowing blood stream free of an excess of
ply because they worked for the government that with our Lord ,in the garden, Unit toxic impurities.is constantly The act producing of living waste-Jt/'

but then he e was asleep. Christ who matter the kidneys must remove from
heath Is to endure.
the blood if good
Q The diplomatic envoys of Honduras had hitherto walked right'' throughthe When the kidneys fail to function as
Costa Rica, Salvador' Guate-. 44 crowd of enemies (Luke 4:30), Nature intended, there is retention of
mala, and Nicaragua soon will be- 2? z waste that may cause body-wide dis-
now submitted. In the dark hoursof tress. One may suffer nagging backache,
come !ambassadors extraordinary in- f the night He had been prepared to persistent headache,attacks swelling; of, dizziness.getting puffiness,

stead "of ministers plenipotentiary. + Za> tn'S drink this bitter cup (v. 11). under the eyes-feel tired, nervous, all
This would give all Good Neighbor wyi/a We need to learn from this expe- worn out.Frequent.
,scanty or burning passage*
diplomats the rank of ambassador rience of 'Peter's lest we make the are sometimes further evidence of_kidney -
except Haiti and the Dominican Re- same mistake. There are all too' or bladder disturbance.The .

public; would also place them aheadof many in the Church who are asleepas a diuretic recognized medicine and to proper help the treatmentIs kidneys
Australia, Canada and New Zealand rid of excess poisonous body waste.
g0 ; {#,.tJ. ""::3..;:3 3.1 <"; .(jiFt'f4Mk.1i2 far as its spiritual struggles and Use get Doon'3 Pill They have had more
opportunities are concerned who than forty years of public approval.Are
C. Figures for accidents on the home Bombsight class.. Learning the principles the secret U. S. bombsight are eager to wield a reckless sword Doan't.endorsed Sold the at country all drug over.stores.Insist on

front continue to be almost' as tragicas cadet bombardiers at the Midland AAF bombardier school study in outward conflict. In their folly :

the war National casualties.Safety Council Ned'Dearborn says that of the principles of a gyroscope. Oversize model shown above is one of and ignorance they do more harm 1T
I and think
than good, yet they they
the used in
93,000 Americans were killed and "gadgets" synthetic bombing. are working for Christ.
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THE STORY SO FAR: Ann Lee ant made them each a bow; he kissed' you're a fool, Cody, for sticking 1. Exclusive of the armed forces, I tions on June 7, 1776, that the
Cole,Cody, beneficiaries under two Identical first Jenifer's hand, then Ann Lee's. around in any hope of catching any how many people are now on the American colonies should be in
wills of Old Bill Cole, sought to discover "Ladies!" he exclaimed throatily few drops that might spill out over federal payroll? dependent?

who had fired tho centered fatal bullet around at his face red. "I never thought the top of the bucket. Because, if 2. What was the real name of The Answers
Old Bill. Suspicion
Rance Waldron, who posed as Old Bill's anything could make a man so hap- you listen to me, there won't be Billy the Kid?
nephew, and was living at the ranch py! It would have been worth it to any drops spilled over. It might bea 3. What is the approximate area 1. Two million, five hundred
when Ann and Cody arrived. Doc Joe be dead for sure, just to know that good time if you tucked your tail of Alaska? _, thousand. The payroll totals $400-
and the Judge were returning to town you cared like you do!" between your legs and, got out of '4. What is the position of the 000,000 a month, $5,000,000,000 a
from the ranch (each with a will In his "Aunt Jenny!" cried Ann: Lee. here. You haven't'any claim here. Tropic of Cancer in relation to the year. ,
pocket for safekeeping) when they were It's common knowledge, told in every 2, William H. Bonney.
"Listen! cut in "Doc Joe equator?,
Cody.
and. shot masked bandit 3. About 586,000
waylaid by a saloon that had some sort square miles.
you
whom they recognized as Rance Wal wants us to hide him a little longer; of a trumped 'will,' a faked 5. An Andalusian is a native of 4. North of the equator.
M1 up
killed for few minutes or a few what country?
only
.. dron. To divert suspicion, Rance a thing-and that haven't even got 5. Spain.
; his accomplice, Tom Gough. Meanwhile hours I don't know. He knows a you
that now. So can get out in a 6. Who is the patron saint of the 6. St. Hubert.
Cal Roundtree had discoveredOld lot about Rance Waldron he'll tell you huntsman
; ?
I 7. Richard Lee.
Am I ? Henry
hurry Mr. right
Doc Joe sUU'lived.'Now you what it is. And while we didn'tknow Cody.
continue with the story. where Waldron had gone, he Cody swallowed. He answered -

knew and was having him watchedall very quietly, very slowly. Folks Share Homes With

,- the time.. And he knows that "Waldron, if I'm taking a big doseof 1
CHAPTER XVIII Waldron is on his way right now to you now, you'll, know why .later Farm Animals in Andorra

Ann the ranch and ought to be here any on. Suppose until time comes
Those were the days when
minute. So it's to to Doc that keep !-mouth shut? I'm
Lee remained in the big, still old up us get you your Unharmed and unmolested by
house. She moved softly through Joe under cover in a hurry, then be not asking a lot; the breath of the the conquering Napoleon and more

the dim rooms, the shades drawn ready for Waldron's coming." thoughts" ;you think-stinks! Shut recently by Hitler's armies is a

against the glowing outside heat. "That's it, my boy, that's it!" said up! small nation, Andorra, which lies
She'trailed her fingertips along table Doc Joe hurriedly. "I don't want Waldron chose to laugh, and nev- between France and Spain on the

tops, along the backs of chairs; she any beans spilled until I do the er was there a man who could put a slopes of the Pyrenees mountains. ovfto wfatrwvvly:
smoothed the time-darkened walls spilling. Get me out of sight, can' nastier sneer into, laughter which During the long winter months the' it
I with"a palm of her hand. "I love you, ladies? I'll try to do a mite of should be a pleasant thing and whichcan people of Andorra (pop. 5,000) are
you, Old House," she sometimeswhispered explaining to you- while we wait. be detestable beyond most "holed in" as the mountain passes

when quite alone. And that Waldron dog will be show- sounds. become obstructed by snow. Yes.GROVE'S ABi D Vitamins -
And it was in the patio of early ing up in a jiffy. He's not to know "It's hard to swallow, huh, Cody?" Frequently farm animals are are priced amazingly
mornings and in the summer magicof he jeered. "Thought you had an kept inside the homes to utilize low..less when purchased than .Me.in a large day
the long, lingering twilights that edge on the situation, didn't you? the warmth of their bodies. Mur- size.Unit for unit you can't I
finer
get quality vitamins. ,
Ann Lee and Bill Cole Cody grew Thought I'd .take it the way you der has never been committed in Quality and potency guar- ?

into the pleasant habit of meeting, to dished it out! Thought that'' if you Andorra, according to records. oiInlwfGetGROVE'S mins A and D plus Bi Vita.at '-
speak little, to dwell in a warm couldn't take it any other way," he your druggist today!
awareness of each other that was a said, and jeered, "you'd gobble it All From Wood
glow: like that lying about them along with that nifty piece of girl- 2 Weeks'

over the hills and valleys; some- meat, that little cuddly, pink-and- Wood is known in Germany today Oyer Supply ( : 3
white female Ann Lee thata .
times they looked at each other, thing as "universalrohstoff"thematerial
each seeking what lay deep down in 1i1t man can buy a dozen of in town of which anything can be

the other's eyes, a little searchingtheir i forCody made. German soldiers are clad
own hearts. Aunt Jenifer spiedon struck the way lightning in fabrics produced from wood. a
them at times from a safe, se- strikes. Leaping yards across the They eat yeast, molasses, and
cret distance, then' went her quiet floor, Bill Cole Cody swung- with his sugar made from wood; also
way smiling. left hand and struck a" blow for
cheese and beef from wood-fed
Thus they had been, sitting on a .k.kt any hard-striking man to be proudof. cattle.

particular evening, with even fewer Only-Rance Waldron wasn't German soldiers move to Rus- IRRITATIONS OFCAUSE
words and with longer glances be- there, wasn't at the end of that perfect sian battle lines in wood-gas- I S KI N EXTERNAL

tween them than ever before, when short arc. He was three 'or driven trucks which are greased
three occurrences burst upon them four quick leaps behind .it, jerkingout with tree-stump lubricants and acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
skin. Millions relieva
broken-out
with the effect of sudden, unrelatedand his' guns. And ,he was in high employ Buna tires made from ugly miseries with simple home treatment.:
unexpected explosions. They had heaven, with full provocation to burn wood alcohol.Do Goes to work at once. Direct action, aids
heard no sound of footsteps, so en- v his man down. Attacked without Black healing and works White the Ointment antiseptic only way.as Use dl-

wrapped were they .in the concernsof warning he had every right to go for rected.lOc,25c 50c sizes.25 years success.
know the
their world which at the moment his guns, to kill his man. And it you new regulationson Money-back guarantee. aar Vital In
la famous
packages sent to men in the cleansing good soap. Enjoy
J was far away from their immediate -. would be so easy! If there were onlya service? Here they are: You can Black and White Skin Soap daily.DON'T .
surroundings as was the star witness to his predicament, that send packages to soldiers

... from which the girl's eyes came now e of a 'man defending himself againsta where in the U. S., although there any-
so swiftly to try to read through the murderous attack.
are now Post Office restrictions on LET
shadowy half-light what was writtenon J That witness he had, but he knew packages-to, overseas' Army-men ;
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his-face>when of a sudden 'Por- that only later. It was.Ann Lee who and you can send packages to men CONSTIPATIONSLOW
o firio stood before them. had stolen a-tip-toe from the room
in "the Navy, Coast Guard, and YOU UP
"Don Codito!" he burst out in in which Doc Joe and Aunt Jenifer, Marines wherever they And
are.
,1 O When bowels are sluggish and yon
some tremendous excitement. t two sentimental old fools, were explaining when you send that package from feel irritable, headachy, do as millionsdo
"Come quick! For the love of God, and, talking two-at-a-time, home, remember-the gift men in -chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern
"> Senor, come as fast as lightning! and blinking against fat tear drops; the service always appreciate is chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew

,, No, no, no! Not the ,senorita! You j a tremulous Ann Lee who was cigarettes. And the favorite with taking FEEN-A-MINT only in accordance before you with go packaga to bed

are to come alone. You won't be- : wondering where a certain William men in the Army, Navy, Coast directions-sleep without being dis-
lieve it-I cannot tell you-it is Cole Cody-"William," she thought turbed. Next
a 0' ; Guard, and Marines is Camel morning gentle, thorough
miracle, Don Codito!" .i WN "that must be his real name; the (based on'actual sales records in relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
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"( "Are you drunk, Porfirio?" Cody struck the way lightning name his mama and papa gave him" Post Exchanges and Canteens). and FEEN-A-MINT.economical.Tastes generous good family, is supply handy .
snapped Cody. strikes. -had betaken himself. She heard So stop in at your local dealer '
,., ,' Porfirio caught him by the sleeve and she saw, and she nearly dropped today-and mail him a carton of fEEN.A.MINT i costs only
; and fairly heaved him up from his I'm alive until I can up and tell dead, hearing and seeing. Camels.-Adv. 10*

-:.:. place at the girl's side and willy- him he's as good as dead. Where'llwe ,Now as Bill Cole Cody had leaped
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.-' nilly, short of a fight, Cody had to go?" forward and the watchful Rance
accompany him some few steps. "Into our rooms!" said Aunt Jeni- Waldron had leaped back to be out

' Then ,Porfirio began whispering in fer, and started leading the way. of his reach, Waldron fired and IN THE COAST
'}, his ear; and then Cody understood "That's the safest place." Then she Cody struck again-and little Ann GUARD '
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:' and went willingly enough, hurrying said, "Shush!" and all stood at at- tried to scream and tried to shut .
they :
; long-stridedly, eager and glad that tention, straining their ears. ,Throughthe her eyes, and could do neither. Ina say
one sequence of a tragi-comedy, a silence which shut down about sort of trance she saw how it "
farcical one at that, was at an end. them they heard 'distinctly the thudof was that BillCody struck: Not with $ACK DRILLfr take a nap

;-;, At the darkest corner of the house hoofbeats not too far away. his fist this time, since that would f "FISH"for
i '" where a great live oak almost swept "Hurry along," said Cole Cody. have been too late; but as a bullet : torpedo
Porfirio brought him to Doc 'Joe. Rance Waldron, I'll find out what 'sleeve, he struck with his whole "FOUR-O -for very good, or tops
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When almost immediately Cole he wants." body, launching himself like a long .It,. '
Cody came rushing back to Ann Lee Rance Waldron wanted the ranch lean catapult with bullets rippingthe AME -for the favorite cigarette '

all but breathless, he found her and meant to have it 'and already air where he had been a split with men in the coast Guard ;
standing in the patio, her slight body counted it as good as his to have second before. And as his feet left ,:
rigidly held, her hands at her sides, and to hold or to coin into good the floor and he became a sort of FIRST IN THE SERVICEWith -
her chin lifted, her eyes on the hard money and toss where he liked, giant's arrow in horizontal flight,

stars. She hadn't known that he the way the'wind tosses dead leaves.He and his head struck Rance Waldronin men in the Coast Guard,Army,Navy,

was really coming back at all; Porfirio's didn't knock; why should he, the middle, his long arms with #: and the Marines, the favorite cigarette is

tled her abrupt she appearance had'star- coming home, returning to his own those tremendously gripping handsof CameL(Based on actual sales records in .4:
was vaguely frightenedand his grappled with the man he
place,? He shoved Exchanges.)
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:- for some reasbn her heart strode in; his thumbs were cocked sent toppling and crashing to the

was pounding. 'into his belt, his hat was far backon floor.
-: "Ann! Something wonderful! Lis- his thatch of hair, his eyes were Now, Bill Cole Cody didn't miss
', ten, Ann-don't let it bowl you over. bright and arrogant as they con-: all the bullets which swarmed about
Come into the house; quick. And descended to traffic with Bill Cole him like angry bees. Two of them
.get Aunterufer.. There's something Cody's scraped him, barely laid the skin "
.- I want to tell both of you; He was wearing riding gauntlets, back, and their effect was to cause FOR
it's just about the "most wonderful new, ornate and expensive ones. His him to lose all temper which he :
news-you" won't be able to believe hands looked' white and well cared hadn't had time to lose already. ( RICHFLAVOR

it. for, the hands of a gambler whose There was a scratch along the top \ ____
Aunt Jenifer's appearance, must fingers knew each card in the deck. of his head, and blood ran down
have smacked of magic; there she He drew his gauntlets off, whipped into his left eye; there was a twin __
''was as they came, 'hand ,in hand, them against his leg, tossed them scratch six or eight inches long ir AND EXTRA- :
.into the lamp-lighted living room. along with his hat to the big down the back of his left shoulder.
He released one of Ann's hands table and sat down in the old com- Ann Lee saw the blood and thoughthe MILDNESSn..: rxv
then and took one of Aunt Jenifer's. fortable chair before the fireplace. was surely dead, and came run- :

,: She saw how earnest and "Still hanging around, eh, Cody?" ning; she'd grab Rance Waldron'sguns CAMELS A.FOUROV .
eager he was; she said quietly, and shoot him all to pieces!
"All The sight of a reptile, of a tarantula -
right Cole. It's
: something But intercession'was needed.As .
no
'of rattlesnake
a of
say ,
to
surprise us, but we won't be silly any Waldron spilled back on the floor
snake with
about spider or some
it men
especially since it's good it's naked knife-can one of his guns flew out; of his hands; *
news. We a move a man ? :
can take heaps of that with
Bill Cody, though one eye
Ann and I." tremendously, shooting into his blooda
dimmed, could see that. The,other
turbulence which be
When he told them, Aunt Jenifersat may compounded gun swung in its brief arc to blow
down right in the of abhorrence, of fear, of
middle of the his brains out, but Cody's hand
floor; Ann reached out and clung hate, of sheer animalism, of a tangleof swung quicker. He cau ht.Waldron'swrist ,
tight to him and didn't seem to note complex instincts. Right now, ; he all but broke it in the power -
that he had an arm about her. looking at Rance Waldron's not unhandsome of his grip; slowly he twisted it so r
Then Doc Joe came in. face; Bill Cole Cody's that the muzzle of Waldron's gun x.
Jenifer scrambled to her feet and bloodstream was ruffled all but be. was against Waldron's temple. And I
kissed him. Ann Lee deserted Cole yond endurance; it ran cold and it then Bill Cody spoke his little
Cody and put both arms about Doc ran hot, and queer, blazing streaksof speech: ameIt
Joe and gave him a mighty hug. fire, like miniature stabs of light- "Pull the trigger now, Waldron, if
"Oh, Doc Joe! Doc Joe!" she kept ning, shot through him. you like. Or drop the gun-and

saving,.,. over and over. "So you're still here, Cody, are drop it quick!" y,...,
r jn > hpamcd all over. He you?" ha said curtly. "You know, (TO BE CONTINUED COSTLIER TOBACCOS
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