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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 30, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (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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Ip CLEWI'STON\ NEWS _






"VOLUME 14-NUMBER 22 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY/ ,_APRIL_ 30 1913 SUnSCRIlrIOX2.00 PER YEAR
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LOCAL WAR BOND I. Dick Owen Member YON MACH.' HEADSC. Dandelions Grow To I LAW WOULD MAKE



'SALES SOAR IN College Play ,CastDick I G. '; AUXILIARYFOR Produce -Raw-.;. Rubber I CLEWIS TON,' SITE

The Belle Glade State I
Experi-
II
Owen, son of Mr. and Mrs. I
APRIL CAMPAIGNWar W. C. Owen, and a student at WilLiam LAKE AREAThe ment Station, is ,conducting experi- BIRD SANCTUARY ,
I and Mary College, Williams- ments on producing raw rubber on
Florida soil, as announced by Dr.
included in the '
burg, Virginia, was -
A. R. Neller who is in
bond sales in Clewiston cast of "Squaring the Circle" a Director of the CoastGuard charge. Steps to protect bird life within -
The yield from Russian dande-
. p during the month of April (April1st Russian farce, which was presentedby I Auxiliary of the 7th Naval the city limits of Clewiston by
lions in the is
planted Everglades
through 28th) have amountedto the William and Mary Theater District has announced the appointment the establishment of a Bird Sanct-
$48,875. In addition to this Williamsburg Monday and'Tues- I of"the following officersfor approximately 400, pounds to the uary within the area have been
and still he
amount financial institutions of day evenings this week.A Flotilla 7, Division 2: -acre growing, announced taken by the Conservation Committee -

the city; have invested in $60,000in release from the College states Commander, M. E. VonMach, recently.Belle Glade The from seed was Russia broughtto and of the Garden: Club and with
short-time maturity securities of that "Mr. Q ven is no 'new comerto Clewiston. the approval of, the city commission. -
the government.Of the William and 1\1ary'stage and Vice Commander, W. J. Hendry, sown on five and a half acres to 'I .
test the ability of Florida's soil
the bond sales above the has played in "Thunder Rock," Okeechobee. It has long been the desire of
'
climate rubber
and to
First Bank of Clewiston sold $36- "Family Portrait" and others. The Junior Commander, Lou Betz-, produce from the Garden Club to have more

225.00; the Post Office $7,400.00 play "Squaring, the Circle" is described ner, Belle Glade. this source. definite measures to protect bird
and the Clewiston Federal Savings I not only as a hilarious' Examiner, Charles Atwill, Moore While rubber is not being pro- life in Clewiston,' and this year a.
and Loan Association $5,250.00.The comedy of mixed-up love, but as Haven. '. duced in large quantities, it is bill providing for the Sanctuarywill
experiments
rubber on results
Hendry county quota set for being timely because of the food Dauce Tonight right 'and the of be introduced .in the legislature -
the Second War Loan Campaign, I rationing and inadequate housing Flotilla 7 embraces the wholeof prove emergency by Hon. Elbert L. 'Stewart,
opening April 12th and continuing which confront the young Russians,' the Lake Okeechobee Area and 'possibility. of the crop, Dr. Noller I representative.

to May 1st was $82,000.00. After and are facing "the ,United States is represented,'in all towns(aroundthe I states. Clewiston is fortunately, located
the drive is closed there will be today. lake shore. A benefit dance is in regard to interesting bird life

an official tabulation made of all being, sponsored by Flotilla 7, .as- I and the presence, of many semitropical -
.selling agencies in the county and sisted by the Clewiston Sea YOUTH SERVICE IS I birds here lends interest

figures of purchases made will be "WAR-TIME CHINA" Scouts, at the High School Au- and attractiveness to the town. The
released., ditorium'Sat 'day night, May 1st. long-legged white heron and other

The quota was based on the Charlie Rowan's Palm Beach or- EMPHASIZED BYKIWANISREPORTS interesting birds roam at will

county's estimated civilian popula- SUNDAY TOPIC OF chestra will furnish music. along the outskirts and even

tion of May 1,-1942, bank deposits, The entertainment program for I through the residence'secti n of
December 31st 1942 and increase the dance has been planned byA. L town and are the objects of admir-

in bank deposits for the year ,MISSION WORKER E. Oliver and H. C. Post.. ing' remark by. visitors here., Theyare
1942. I It is expected that a large I a part of the town's attractions -
C. is chairman of i; crowd from Clewiston and neighboring Monthly reports of committees I and the Club feels that they
Parkinson Forsythe mission- : towns will attend the made at the Kiwanis meeting at the should be .
war bond sales in the county and I Miss F. Irene I protected.The
states that Hendry" county has ary to China, who lived for some dance. Clewiston Inn Wednesday evening bill will be introduced to
,showed that the ,Club has been active -
time in the where guerilla prohibit molestation bird
:made a very good showing on bank I area any
sales over the entire period. An fighters carried on the war in many worthwhile projects life within the city ,limits and to
the will relate Mrs. Lott Is Elected during the month.R. for violations of
unusually large amount of sales against Japanese, providepenalties" .
have been made since ,January her 'experience in talks at, the C. Wilson, chairman of the i the law. .
.first due largely to the fact that I Clewiston Community Church I 10'Head Garden ClubMrs. Youth Service Committee, made a f The'chief culprits in molesting

this is the peak of the season and Sunday morning and evening. very outstanding report. This I birds are young boys, armed with

that money from crops come in at Miss Forsythe was one .of the -- group has. been responsible for the I air rifles and other guns. The Club

,that time.Nursery. speakers at' the recent church .' W. L. Lott was elected renewal of vocational guidance feels that after the establishmentof
meeting in St. Cloud and a groupof president of the Clewiston Garden work in the local high fcchool. a. Bird Sanctuary here these'

delegates from the local church Club for:, the 1943-44 term at the Pupils ,"have been assigned for a boys will realize the value of birds
Children heard her there, and were So im- April meeting'' held Thursday lithe day to report for work in some -to' the town and will strive 'diligently -
pressed with her ability that theyat Community Center. Mrs. Lott location where the work is similar' to protect them.

once took steps to secure her succeeds Mrs. W. H. Lanier who to that which they would like to
:; Have Easter Party for a visit to Clewiston. completed her year as presidentthis have for their own career., Those

,'. Miss Forsythe was commissionedin month. Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, under'rwhom the pupils have worked FLORIDA WOMEN.

,,?{,:\.' The Beginners Class and the 1926 by the board 'of foreign a past:president, was elected to the have reported 'on the reactions

I I :' 'r- Nursery Roll children of the Cornmunity missions of the Presbyterian office of. vice-president, succeed- of ,the pupils and the possibilities. SALVAQjsGREASESMrs. -' Ya

I I .... ,"_ ,, Sunday\I,School :vere givensn Church, U. S. A., to the Tsingtao ing Mrs.. Fw Deane Duff.. ;.-.. I : ''developed workrh"ad'beeri-a l *. Mangfelt.! definite-help., that. and the .
Easter and hunt-on province of China. Thil/is: an Inland Other ,who reelected
l : party egg officers were that,the contacts made th l'e'w01tldbe Florida i is deserving of con-
I, :the church lawn Friday afternoon. province where the practiceof I to their various positions were gratulations for the splendid show-
I in
of help securing employmentfor
; binding women's feet is still Mrs.. N. V. S. Mumford, recording '
\, The presence of three sets of the pupil later ing made in the grease phase of
..' twins in the group of little guestswas common, although it is ,unlawful. secretary, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, corresponding the national salvage program. In
Eating with chopsticks and many'of secretary.and Mrs. C. J., The Youth Guidance committee I
an unusual occurrence. They ; I i January Florida led the nation in
.has also been interested in and is
'were Karl and Eric Larsen, sons ,of the ancient customs are adheredto Nielson, treasurer.Mrs. I the percentage of its monthly' 75-,
'section. backing the project leading to the
3\Ir. and Mrs. Otto Larsen, John in this Lott has been active in 000 pound quota obtained. Despite
organization of the Girl Scouts I
\. ;and Jerry Prewitt, sons of Mr. and When the Japanese invaded Garden Club work:for the'past'few meat shortages and other' factors
here. This is undertaking' of
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and John and China, Miss Forsythe and her associates years. She was a member 'of the an Mrs. Florida increased her state
Mrs. Jack Schopenhauer has'
Georgia Weetman, son and daughter lived in the guerilla area original library committee and total of saved household grease for
been active in Girl Scout work'elsewhere.
of Dr. and Mrs. L. M.: Weetman. and the fighters often directed since the first year, has servedas February but dropped to, second

,The children enjoyed playing on their escape from Japanese bomb- chairman of that important com- place, with Nevada taking the lead
the lawn and hunting for Easter ing and raiding parties. Miss For- mittee and has done much to improve R. M. Bishop, chairman of the and Tennessee, by a huge spurt,

J ; ; eggs. A special egg with name sythe said that the 'Japanese be- the library facilities. She Agriculture committee, reportedthe following very closely in third
._ inscribed on it had been'prepared lieved the tolling of the'mission will announce the various committee I .very splendid talk made byM. I place.It .
"" bells for morning : was a I H. Sharpe, local agriculture I II
-". ;- for each child. I prayer appointments for next year at is' hoped that Florida will be
)'. .':.=, Those attending were Ronnie and r signal to the guerillas. Because; the May Garden Club meeting; I teacher on Victory Gardening at a I the first state to attain its monthly

:?'c'':;",'. Janet Wylie, John and Georgia II of this and other accusations made, Dr. J. W. Ezelle showed colored I recent Club' meeting.Arrangements for I quota. 'To do this an increase of
the missionaries Miss For- made the
against were
, ,\ ,Weetman, Boyd'Vorhees, John and I movies of various local scenes, particularly I 1 about 20 per cent of February col-
'' :.:, Prewitt Allen sythe was interned for some time after the business members of the graduating class lections is all that is necessary.
Jerry Lingham, gardens,
: : I
I II
I'
before to I be the of the club on
, :r 7- '.. Matthew Prewitt, Karl and Eric in China being permitted meeting was completed. The to guests Translated into pounds, this is
return to the United States on the I I II May 12th, the date being approvedby .
'
: Larsen, Tommy Knight Leif John- I hostesses, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, 15,000.It
Gripsholm. E R. W. Turk.
exchange ship, Principal
, ?::-,': son, Jennings Ezelle, Bonnie Fay I ,I I Mrs. ,Leah Spicer, Mrs. G. B. I is realized that the volumeof
.
, ; ',: Durrence, Jimmy and Tommy Dur- I I' The public is ordially"nvit'ed 'Thomas, and Mrs. J. F. Tippey household grease being saved
.' den,. Billy Sue Crow, Betty Lou to hear Miss Forsythe, at the two served coca colas and cookies. in many homes will of necessity be
Casper, Gideon Brown, Ava Cecile I' services at the church. After refreshments the club I HINTS ON HOW reduced. The only way for the

Jones, Barbara Ruth Vann, Dale members went for a tour of Mrs. state to attain its goal js, by en-
Perry, Jackie Morris, Gene Thompson I Leah 'Spicer's garden., TO CAN BEANS couraging more and more house-

Roy Bartz, Jacqueline Keine, I Motorists Lose 'I II II I wives to enlist in this great war

K David and Benny Prewitt, Bobby J I I Useful and helpful hints on effort. Grease is needed as every-
Weetman, Ronald and Beverly Tire Replacements It Looks Funny But how to can green beans may be one knows, 'for its ten per cent
,
Warren Brown content.
Egley, Marjorie and welcomed housewives at glycerine
by many
-; Carroll Miner, Christine ,Hutson, ---
We Can't It -
when beans plentiful
Help this time are
,&<, Sandra Cochrane, Sandra Jones, More than 2,000 Florida motorists Uncle Sam is encouraging fuel
Janet Casper, Judy Pape, Bobby I have lost their right to, tire and cheap and many women conservation installations during
.' Riley and Penny Brower. replacements during the past 60 A series of incidents over which are planning to can the surplus the summer months in order to

Refreshments of orange juice I days, H. L. McCann, state OPA I man has no control has conspired this week for future use. avoid congestion next winter.

" and cookies were served by Mrs. mileage rationing officer announced I to push forward' the copy deadline For canning snap beans, use Lending institutions have been

Otto Larsen, Mrs. C. L. McLen- recently. on the News of this week and acCounts only young, tender, freshlypickedbeans. authorized to delay initial pay-
don and Mrs. E. J. Casper, committee These represent speeders caught I for other, changes in the ap These are the most desirable ments on loans made for the purpose
from the Mother Club. bythe state highway patrol. Most pearance of fine paper. are richest in vitamins, of conversion of heating
were passenger cars traveling from The linctype operator; easily the and grade the highest. They are equipment. Home owners bor-
j 50 to 80 miles an hour. Full record most necessary man in any news- canned whole with ends of pods rowing money for conversion of

Judge Barker Throws of the arrests have been given paper office, was. called to Alabamaby snipped off. Wash thoroughly, heating equipment during the
local rationing boards and when the the tragic death of his brotherin snip, or, if preferred cut into summer, months will not have to
' drivers apply for tires, they will desired lengths. until
Out Peonage Cases a traffic accident Tuesday morn meet the initial payment
be turned odwn. ing. Place in kettle, cover with boiling the heating period begins, during -
," I This drastic action was taken in Mr. Bowden, who can "doublein water and simmer uncovered the winter months,
,:' Indictments,. charging peonage, order to stop the waste of rubber. brass! so to speak, on the lino I I about four minutes, 'or until the 1-

against the United States Sugar Today's tires will not stand up at I t'P.machine, is ill and under orders beans will bend without breaking.The TUMORS AND SENIORS PARTYThe
\ Corporation of Clewiston, 'four of I high rates 'of speed. to remain in bed. larger; less succulent grades

f its superintendents and against I The war comes in for its share I will take 5 to 10 minutes precook girls of the Junior and Senior

Sheriff Jeff Wiggins of Glades transportation difficulties. Judge II of the blame also, for no amount 'of Pack hot into the con- classes of the High School en-

:" county were quashed Monday by I 'Barker nevertheless ruled that long distance phoning ,or Western tainers, cover. with liquid in which joyed two parties during the past
:z':, j., Federal Judge William J. Barker the indictments were invalid be- Unioning could unearth a printer, cooked; add 1 teaspoon salt to week. On Saturday the hiked to the
,'r 1 in Federal court in Tampa, on cause the Jury box was not representative I or operator, or newspaper man or each quart, completely seal and ridge for a' picnic supper and later

> '. the ground that the jury box had I of the entire: district. Ij I woman anywhere in South or Central Process immediately 30 minutesat went bowling. Marianne Jones
*been filled illegally. \ I Florida. 10 pounds pressure. Cool Immediately Mary Mathis, Margaret Morrow,

Defense attorneys contended 1WYAXTS HOSTS AT BUFFETMr. The Fort Myers News-Press, always and store in dark. cool Dorothy JvnighV, Gloria: McDuJffle,

4. ;, that the jury box from which the I a good neighbor, permitted pantry I I and Maurine. Prewitt attended the
',' names: of grand jurors was drawn and Mrs. V. E. Bryant and their operators to set some type I If mature beans or so-called I party.
I contained names Qnly of Hills- their daughter Miss Carolyn, entertained .r for us after their own working "shell beans" (those which have Thursday the girls: had a covered

: borough county (Tampa) citizens, with a buffet supper at hours were finished. The News- I grown starchy) are used, the time dish spaghetti supper at the homeof
1 omitting names residents of the theih home oa the government ,re- I Press columns arc slightly narrower for processing should be increased Marianne Jones. Each guest

13 other counties in this district. servotion Wednesday evening. i than ours and that accounts for the I 10 minutes .... I brought a portion of the dinner.
,' District Attorney Herbert Phillips '- Their guests were U7 S. Army fact that some of the matter hasa Those attending i were, Marianne
said that only Hillsborough Aviation Cadets Stoyer, Gillette, little bit of white space down the : Jones, Mauryne Prewitt, Sue Gary,
county names were used in filling Powell', Webber and RAF Cadets column. : falls to measure up to standard: We Dorothy Knight, Gloria l.IcDuffie.Carmen ,
j
the box for purposes of expediency "Wilkinson, Evens Herne and Miles So your indulgence is asked for I hope next week to have returned Roland, Margaret Morrow
; ;and because of wartime and Miss Mauryne Prewitt. the many points in which the News i i to normal. I: and Mary Mathis._ ,I




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earthed a small iron box. He tossedit ........--..... -------- .
up to them, to Cody and Ann both, IMPROVED THE CHEERFUL CHERUBs >

I and said, "You'll see this one opens UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL .

ACEIWrHOLE with two keys just like the other. i
You two better open it! Old ,Early g dly fear my ti.ste.i '

Bill ain't here at all; me and SUNDAY LessonBy far From highbrow
;
Gaucho moved him the night after
JACKSON GREGORY Hike the
little
he was planted here. joys'e.
GREGORY W.N.U.RELEASE did HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. I:
they c.h
With trembling fingers Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chlcaco. moment brings .
.' get it open. There were folded'pa- (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
I like most
hindor
within. The top one said brief- every
pers
last .
CHAPTER XIX into Bald Eagle by stage night.It
ly, "This is Ace in the Hole; play music
was sent in another envelopefroma my Lesson for or -
feller I'd heard old Early Bill me, I always figured to hold'one in April 25 I'm just ashamed I
The fell from Waldron's fin- "
gun like this! Then there wasa ,
talk about time ,two a feller any game
a or ,
,Little Ann Lee standing so Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- like ihin
gers. letter to Ann Lee. There 50
it. that used-to be friends with him. I addressed lected and copyrighted International many s.i .
close to them both now, caught reckon Bill sent it round-about way was one for William Cole Cody. Council permission.of Religious Education: used by i.cAnn

up, ran for the other, backed off to get here when he wanted it to." There was a lone, sealed envelope,

and stood in a corner with both He cleared his throat again and add- and it was addressed to them to- \ TilE RISEN LORD J
weapons in her hands. The two men
ed, "As for him squatting on a cloud gether. v
stood up. And next a picture, a fine LESSON TEXT-John ,
it's lie and I'd was 20117.
twanging a harp, a 0
"All right, Waldron" said. "I know tell him so;. most likely;, he's shovel- likeness of an old, lean, devilmaycare GOLDEN TEXT-He Is risen.-Mark 16:6. .
when I'm licked. ,
man with a humorous gleam in
Cody shook his head. He was his eye. And it was inscribed, "To "Christ is living! My people shall WNU

thinking of the old Judge, of old Ann Lee and Cole Cody from an know it., I shall preach about it Features.

Early Bill, even of Tom Gough shot old friend, Early Bill." again and again until they believeas
like a dog. He said 'quietly, I do." So exclaimed
And Ann came close to shriekingout Dr. Dale of

"No, Waldron, you're not licked "Why, I knew him! ,Aunt Jenny London when the glory of Christ's S Kg IRRITATIONS OF

yet. Stand up." look! Don't you remember that resurrection laid hold of him as 1\1 EXTERNAL CAUSEacne

Waldron stood up. New rage red- ,. .old man who came to our house, never before. There began that day pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
dened the pin-points of his eyes, % .. ; 'fi and he was broke and sick and the custom of singing an Easter ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
miseries with home
simple treatment.
new strength flowed into him and f sad-looking, and we took him in hymn in his church every Sunday Goes to work at once. Direct action, aids
perhaps new courage. He chargedlike -711/ morning. healing, works the antiseptic way. Use
andAnd Black and
White
Ointment
a ,bull- Cole Cody, a queer catch .in Easter has come again, and it .lOc,25c.50c sizes. 25 years only success.as directed. -

Bill Cody struck the one blow then his voice, was muttering, "So that's ought to make us glad to recall the Money-back guarantee. X3T Vital in
la
that was like a coup de grace. It Early Bill, huh? The darned old ras- resurrection power of Christianity cleansing Black and White good soap.Skin Enjoy Soap famous dally.

took Rance Waldron on the point of '" call! I played poker with him; he in the midst of the world's awful

the chin; it seemed to lift him / ) s let me skin him out of his eye teeth; sorrow and death. Easter should

inches from the floor. And this time he stuck' around and let me stake mean more to us than ever this

when he fell, whether taunted by s him; he even asked to borrow: mon- year, if we believe in Christ. If 'we DON'T LET t

words or threatened with further ey from me-if I'd have known who do not, why not rid ourselves of the

bodily punishment, he was beyond r he was I'd have chased him off the dark'' garments of 'unbelief, and put CONSilPATIONSLOW

rising. \ ranch!" on the bright and beautiful garmentof YOU UP

Ann Lee thought him dead. So They read their letters hastily; faith in a living Christ. O When bowels are sluggish and you

did Aunt Jenifer. So, for that mat- Ann was crying softly and Cody was The first Easter Sunday had scarce- feel irritable, headachy, do as millions

ter, did Doc Joe. making rough noises in his throat. ly dawned when the faithful Mary do-chew chewing-gum FEEN-A-MINT, the modem
"Open the big envelope," said Cal. came to the tomb. Finding the stone laxative. Simply chew
In the kitchen, "Oh, Cole Cody! FE N-A-MINT' before you'go to bed,
Your poor dear face!" gulped little I// i1ih,f 1 "That's Bill's Ace in the Hole." rolled away from its entrance she taking only in; accordance with package*

Ann Lee. (, 1 Again they found a brief note for ran to find Peter and John.I. directions-sleep without being dis-

Bill Cody caught her in his arms; them both: Peter and John Saw the Empty turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
1 relief,
1 "I've had me my fun I reckon. I Tomb (vv. 1-10)). helping you feel swell again. Try
he forgot the unloveliness of his bat- P, FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
tered face and crookedly leeringeye thought as how, knowing the two of Peter, though he had denied his end economical.A generous family supplyFEENMINT

; he drew her tight and tighter Ul you pups, you might fight a while, Lord, was not sent away by his i costs'only

and kissed her. And it is of record then fall in love and get 'married; brethren. They knew his true heart, ,
10*
that Ann Lee returned his kiss exactly I'd like that fine. But maybe things and evidently the gentle and loving

the way it was received, a will, go some other way, and may- John had taken him to his home.

fact to be sworn to if necessaryby Ill! be that darned sneaky varmint name Mary knew where to find him. What For Public Well

Cal Roundtree who, just then of Rance Waldron might throw a a tender incidental indication of the Exercise
and do
bursting into the room stood a moment monkey wrench in the machine; I'vea Christian spirit of the brethren of right for the your public judgment inter t.r .-
hunch he's the bozo hired
transfixed on the threshold.Cal some- Peter. Lincoln.
virtually brushed Ann Lee ////r. body to shoot me down, him beingtoo John and Peter ran to the tomb.

aside, grasping Bill Cole Cody by foxy and maybe scared.. And The unusual news so stirred them

an arm, yanking him close, then And Bill Cole Cody very gently now here's my third will and, by that John the younger did not thinkto r

whispering into his ear. put his arm about little Ann Lee and gravy, my last: And you'll find it await the slower steps of Peter. ,

"I bet Rance Waldron's here, led her away. leaves everything I've got to you He came first, but when he did he
'
from the looks of you," was what two kids, fight or don't fight, marryor only looked in. Peter had no hesitation -, .
ing coal down hell-wards. But
never
don't marry. And honest, kids, I but went right in. What he TL
he said. "And, Cody- GET
mind I Porfirio outside and
; got, ,
did have a good time-and I'm still
found there most significant.Here .
"No secrets from Ann Lee," said Gaucho and a couple shovels, and having it right now. So long." was pc tsa 8;
twofold evidence that
Cody, pulling away. "Sure he's here. we start doing what the old fool said was + Meta M
there the will
And so is old Doc.-and, both Ann do. Come ahead." :', And was the 'body of our Lord had not been 9ce 8tes an$9-'c

and Aunt Jenifer know that too." And there was Doc Joe. stolen. The burial clothes were 8 gsj110 u
Out under the three pines, hushed u4 1m t dp s o
"Grab that Waldron hombre," he, there. They had not been carried off l m
Joe and Aunt Jenifer
Doc mStnsm
and
hearing wondering and with a touch of p 491iae9tk e
shouted. "He's 'going to hang; and by a thief. Nor had they been 1tl I'Th6y1
voices, came into the kitchen. awe, at Early Bill's favorite dawn dorimt tmt ytRn6 E tEO
.me, I'm going to see that he does." snatched aside by a deceiver. They p tar 1S5 pN RQO +
"Keep all this dark from Waldron hour men went to work, with their '
pa P 00 N,Ix
until tomorrow," said Cal Round- shovels. So exclusively were they Waldron whirled. His face wentas lay in order. There off to one side,
dead white as Ann's had been. carefully folded the head .
was cov-
tree. "That's all I ask. occupied in what was going forward,
He could have had no ,thought for Jesus but He had
"That's fair enough, Cal," noddedold none particularly remembered Rance ering. was gone,
Doc Joe. "Only just what is it Waldron, who, sneering after his that first instant save that he was left in all the dignity and- majesty ofa : .r
looking on a dead man, one he him- triumphant Lord.
that we're to dark?
4 keep fashion, hands on his hips, stood a
But at that#,Cal closed his mouth few steps withdrawn-none, that is self had murdered. Then he was What they saw caused John to be-

after the fashion of buttoning it. except old Doc Joe who had taken quick to know he had been tricked, lieve. It appears (v. 9) that they

Then he shook his head. Finally he his chance to slip out of the house and he was quick to snatch out from had not yet understood the clear .ti

said: and follow on, and who now peered his belt a gun that no one had seen, teachings of the Old Testament regarding -

"Tell you at sun-up. Just keep from behind the farther of the three that no one dreamed knew he had, thatno the death and resurrectionof
where
Rance Waldron alive and handy. pines. one ever he had' Christ. They were slow to be-
it. He it in'
'.Night folks." come by swung murder lieve. Let not in day with
"I'm going to the house, mur- Doc Joe. any our ,
mured Ann. "I-I can't stand it!" his eyes, upon Porfirio its greater light, fail to believe.
Very. neatly as watchfulas
Before sun-up all in the house Cal Roundtree. down in the exca- a cat, shot Ranee Waldron Peter and John came and saw-

breakfasted, even to a savage, sullen vation looked up and said sharply, through the back of the head. and then "they went away again

Rance Waldron, save Doc Joe "You stay right where you are!" And Bill Cole Cody very gently unto their own home." And so'they

alone who as yet wanted Waldron to And an instant later he exclaimed put his arm about little Ann Lee and missed seeing Christ Himself.II. -d _
know nothing about his ..
about his still above presence, triumphantly, led her away, led her clinging to Mary Met the Risen Christ -_....-----...
being ground.Cal c Here it is!" him, back to the patio into which (vv. 11-17).

bunkhouse.Roundtree-'He carried came up from the He reached down, scratched in the the early sun was just entering. The tears,of Mary were the genu- Preserve Our Liberty .
an open en- loose soil with both hands and un- I [THE END] I
velope in his hand. He cleared his ine expression of' a devoted heart, Buy U. S. War Bonds

throat, forgot all about saying good but they were nevertheless mistaken,

morning, and announced a bit of Entire Panama Canal Plan Changed by tears. The question of the angel reveals -

news knocking that seVeral came people pretty out close of their to Postage Stamp Showing Crater's Smoke His body that was fact.gone Why, when weep that because was YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROF.K

chairs the very thing which should give her
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"Me," said Cal, "I just got a let- Stamps have played many impor- After several months the plan of joy? Why weep over a dead, Christ H@' flASHmSIt
tant roles in the of civi- when He was alive?
ter last night. It's a letter from a pageant building across Nicaragua seemedto

guy by name of Mr. William Cole, lization; one stamp nearly causeda be the logical one, and prep How often our discernment is you, distress suffer from of "irregularities"hot flashes, dizziness ,are-

known far and wide as Early Bill." war; another saved the life of an arations were begun. The plans dimmed by tears and our judgment weak, nervous Irritable blue at

The first to gasp out a word was American explorer in the depths of followed the lakes and rivers al-' warped' by sorrow. We look on the times-due to the functional:;

Rance Waldron, hastily on his feet. the Liberian jungles; still a third ready in existence there, from Atlantic wrong side of our circumstances and "middle-age"life-try Lydia period E. Pinkham's In a woman's Vege-

"You fool!' Early Bill's dead and was responsible for the dischargeof i to' Pacific. Estimates were see only a tangle'f threads and table Compound-the best-known

buried! Are you crazy?" a postmaster general. Even the .'submitted for approval; plans had blurred colors. On the other side medicine you can buy today. tha. 's

"Nope, I ain't ,crazy. Yep, the decision to build a canal through I been drawn up, men were ready to God is weaving a pattern of beauty made especially Compound for women.Plnkham's has helped

old devil's dead and buried; me, I Panama instead of Nicaragua may : go to Central America and. begin and blessing, which, will be our joy thousands upon thousands of wom-
I through all eternity. Why not remember en to relieve such annoying symp-
saw him die and I helped bury him. be attributed to a single postage work. toms. Follow label directions. Pink-

Just the same he wrote me a letter stamp, asserts a writer in the New The dramatic alteration in this that now? ham's Compound Is worth trying/ !
Blinded with tears and troubled in
and I just got it last night." He York WorldTelegram.For project came in Washington when
tossed, the missive to the table. years the shipping industrywas one of the consulting engineers of heart, Mary did not even recognize

"Here, .Cody, ,you.read_ it," he said. hampered by the long route the commission received 'a packageof the Lord when He spoke to her. But WNU-7 16 43And
Lord looking into her soul and
"Read it right out. loud." from the Atlantic to the Pacific. charts from his in our
survey crew
Cody caught it up, whipped the Yankee clippers and British sloops Nicaragua. The contents of the knowing that it was her 'very love
letter out of its envelope 'and 'stared raced around the "Horn" for the package routine matter for Him which made it hard for her
was only
at it a long minute; He stared prestige in the tea trade from China. but the postage stamp affixed to it, to think of anything but His death,

from face to face, then back at the During the gold rush days in the struck his attention. gave to this true-hearted woman the .-
..
letter. West ships rushed to Central America privilege of first seeing' Him after ? Q
"Here's what it says," he said : and passengers and cargo were The picture of Momotombo was His resurrection. ,. _

slowly, "and it's in Early Bill's sent across the land by train or familiar enough to this engineer and As He spoke her name, she knew Your Strength and
he recognized the mountain imme- Is Below ParIt
handwriting. carriage and then on to San Fran- Him. She believed and worshiped Energy
And he read diately. His interest was aroused be caused by disorder,of kidney -
: cisco by another boat. The cuttingof Let us follow her example this Eas. may that
function permits poisonous
"Dear Cal, you old sinner, me be- A canal through the isthmus however, when he saw that the en- ter day. waste to accumulate. For truly many
ing dead and dug under ground, my graver'of that stamp showed smoke people feel tired, weak and miserable
seemed inevitable even. tropical is that the observ-
though There a danger when the kidneys fail to remove excess
old bones sort of feel drifting from the crater of this
cramped. I'd peak
diseases and fever crippled of Easter lose its real acids and other waste matter from the
sev- ance may
sort of like if you'd dig me up, soon which had been considered an extinct blood. .
this which eral attempts to link ocean to ocean. significance in the empty inciden- You may suffer nagging backache! ;
'I'm
get volcano.A
as you writing .
headaches, dizziness
The rusty machinery of De Les- tals which the world would have us rheumatic pains *
sitting on top a nice big pink-and- celling up nights, leg pains, swelling.}
white cloud sort of learning to seps lay discarded in the swamps of survey party was sent to the believe make the day. It is a holi- Sometimes frequent and scanty urination -
get Panama. The British interior to learn whether the engraver There is thought of new clothes, with smarting and burning is another I
attempt day.
was
the ,hang of a harp; and I want you sign that something is wrong with
to shift me over where I told abandoned; and yet the world need- had made a mistake. Not of formal church attendance, of fam- the kidneys or bladder.:
you. long afterward word was receivedat flowers and feast- There should be no doubt that prompt
ed a waterway across Central Amer- ily gatherings, of
Now get'a move on, and me, I'm treatment is wiser than neglect. USG
having me my fun yet. ica. headquarters that the volcanowas "ing. They are-all right in their proper Doan't Pill,. It is better to rely on a
I not extinct but had again come be that medicine that has won countrywide approval -
"So long Cal, gracias. amigo. Eventually the United States ap-' place. But let us sure no than on something less favorablyknown.
propriated a fund to scrutinize the I to life;; that smoke was rising from adult fails to meet the risen Christ Doan't have been tried and test-

"Wm. Cole, alias Early Bill." possibility of a canal. A commission -! the crater. today, and' let us be sure that the ed Get many Doan't years.today.Are at nil drug stores.

Rance Waldron pretended to made surveys and submitted I smallest child knows that this is

laugh. The thing of' cpurse was reports on the feasibility of such a : Search for Fountain of Youth more than the day of bunnies and

some sort of hoax. project. For months they workedin I Hernando de Sota made its historic candy eggs. They will rejoice in the

"No, it ain't," said Cal soberly. the field, examining the featuresof search for the fountain o/ knowledge that a victorious Christ

"This letter just come, like I say, several proposed site- youth in this country in 1540. lives to give them eternal life.



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He-Have you ever loved and f a' F t fI
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She-No, the jury awarded me
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HE ALWAYS STICKS THAT Ct00D! Hl: HAS ONE OF Frightful ff
-. StICKY JOB o1J ME-I HIS THINKING SPELLS-; "JF/iat's that ugly}insignia on the side .
HERE,SEAL 4HATE THE / ; I HAVE: ONE STAMP J of the bomber?" \'
AND AMPLETTEo' : TASTE. OF ; LEFT OVER- "Sh-h-h-h. That's the commanding All this-and even serious illness- M
H O THESE ) THAT GLUE1TOO' / HERE GOES! officer looking out of a port hole." may deficiency.be due Play to safe B Complex!Take GROVE'S Vitamin
JA .
THE MAILMAN /MUM8LE
SO B Complex Vitamins and get all the
I CAM ; : MUMBLE Don't They? medically recognized B Complex Vita-
< ME PICK''EM UpfTHERE Teacher (to new pupil)-Do,you mins. Quality potency absolutely
guaranteed! Unit for unit, you can't
know the alphabet? What letter
pet: finer quality at any price. YetGROVE'S .
-,. after A?
EB comes B Complex Vitamins are
New'Pupil-All of them. only 29 cents for regularsize..onlyadollarforthe '
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large size-over a mo nth's -
Sad Conclusion supply. Get GROVE'S B '
.: 0D "Henry, honey, I'm to be jn our Complex Vitamins today! / "
:' club's amateur theatricals. What

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Y they see me in tights?"

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His dad took things to heart.
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MIT JRS MAI I IL "I'd fire you in a minute," cried GET
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thought I could get another man "M"dioinT that will Pron Itself
v" .-:. ;. \ G to fill your job." If you suffer from rheumatic painor
.- ( -' "And I'd quit in a minute," muscular aches,buy C-2223 today
i "ifI for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1.
the bookkeeper
sighed weary ,
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was When surprised came.that: happened to find the, the"victim"driver ""I lif J Jrc1 ** handy and be ready burnI with {Suet'I I Ntma ._---- -------I I I

: had his gas-mask on. ing quick torment relief of for such itching irritations. I j City _.Srate_ _-!I
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"What's the big idea? he demand
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ed. "There's no' a gas warning." efficient, comforting action. i ResiaolDept.W44BId,Md "" ;.....: ,
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"My wife never says 'boo' when I'm an elder o' the kirk, and if anybody ....... It is delightfully refreshing yourself price ota pair the \ .o1-- .. T get home after midnight." sees me lying on the pave- Buy both at any druggist's. i of boie.I :

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The Clewiston News .M-X-X..X-X-X-X-.................................................;.....................................;............-................. ......... .'...-..*. served with distinction.. He comes for non-essential activities. Other

I ,t,I from historic Apalachicola and committees ,are giving careful con-.

's'. county newspapers are indebted I' sideration to proposals of less severe -. -..
Published every Friday !n Clewiston,, 's.'s..I.i. TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY :I to him for glowing tribute to tax suggestions and revenue
the CLEWISTON NEWS ''
Florida inc. by .' the small town weekly made in a measures. Only when fully satisfied .

's'.s'.I..I. floor speech last week. that no other course is possible -

KEATHLEY BOWDEN Editor .. i } will legislators accept the obnoxious -
.s.'s'' .z. Pouncing on an already half- and unpopular cigarettetax. -

..I.o.z'I'. wY ..::..I dead Laundry and Dry Cleaning .
.
: Board, the Senate mercifully droveit

:Entered as second class mail matter In .:.. By RUSSELL KAY : :2::: heavy harpoon for a death blowto Vivisection has long been look-
the Pest Office
1, 1927 at
February I
Clewiston. Florida, under the Act of .;.' .it' put this regulatory board out ed upon as cruel and improper,

March 3, 1897.Subscription I :s: Secretary Florida Press Association :!: of its misery.: Sheldon of Tampaled but when an attempt is made to- "

Hate $2.00 Pt"r'ear.. !I.Z..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :-:..:..:.:..:................................................:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...;:,. I Sarasota,the attatk clinched and the Barringer deal with of a practice Congressional this art Districts::. ,cutting the fur up

Speaking before the Jacksonville)! :: pitiful story of a lost pair of pants. really begins to fly and the howls.of .

Advertising hates On Application. Exchange Club last week, former Just to make sure the Monster was its victims can be heard from

congressman Millard Caldwell scor-! Sitting In With The dead, Senator Matthews' kept col- one end of the state to the other.

Devoted to the advancement and wel- er citizens for their lack of inter- Lawmakers" leagues from their lunch long I -Several bills aimed at the crea-

fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. est in civic affairs and 1 enough to shove thru a companionbill I ion of a Sixth Congressional Dis-

the "smugly complacent denOUnCed\\ By'RUSSELL KAY, that would; give the Board until trict have been tossed into the

have no time for politics. I June, 30 to wind up its affairs. I hopper and despite the sincere and

His remarks were occasioned.\ (Florida ((Press Association) (Continued on Page 8)Johnson's

NATIONAL EDITORIAL I the. small vote in the recent munici-I While paying lip service to i

iSSOCIATION pal election. "Good Playing to a packed house, Sen- "Economy" and "Retrenchment," \ .
rn II run for office if they can count on I ate 'committees juggled the hot legislators paved the way for big-

good people supporting them at the I potato tossed them in the 'form of ger and better governmental agen- I

I polls," he said. "Small the Jenkins House Resolution No. cies, boards, bureaus and commis- I Fish Camp t

ganized minorities and selfish 13, designed eliminate the "closed sions by their action in approving I (Near Hurricane Gate)

COAST GUARD AUXILIARYThe blocks have possession of 1 shop" in Florida and establish_ the purchase of several Tallahassee Clewiston, Fla.

newly organized Flotilla 7 ernment. We are threatened no "the right to work" as a constitu- city blocks surrounding the Boats and Motors-Guide Service
by Germany or Japan than Capitol; to insure room for future I
of the Coast Guard Auxiliary has greater tional guarantee. Spokesmen for 'Hates Reasonable

aroused a great deal of interest in from: crack-pots and reformers within State, Labor and Industry all had I expansion. On the assumption 'v. H. Johnson, Mgr.,

this group locally. Since no of- our own country." their say in a 3-hour hearing that i that future generations will need

ficial statement has been issued While Caldwell used a local' municipal rattled the rafters one minute and more and more "looking after," I

by the Coast Guard concerning it election as his "horrible the committees the next. The A. ground space for costly, buildingsto

here, it will be well to explain a example," the same evil prevails in P. of L. and C.I.O. joined "clenchedfists" house state -bureaucratic agen- J. M. COUSECounselor
election. While the people cies has been assured the people.
bit of its organization and pur- every as their respective spokesmen and Attorney at Law
prate about their "rights" as citi- denounced each other in a"united" Likewise, their action kills,for
pose. continually jeopardizetheir all time the hope of a centrally Hopkins Building
zens, they
connected appeal to protect, the I I
The Auxiliary is not precious heritage through lack I located seat of State Government, Wednesdays and Saturdays
'working man. Hungry and
with civilian defense work, as.
of interest and failure to assume the word-weary committeemen "closed long cherished in the hearts of 9:80 to 4:00
under
some v suppose, but is directly responsibilities which alone can shop" to consider the evidence.- Central ,Floridians who in past leg- f .,
,
of the
and control
supervision, safeguard and preserve those islatures have voiced ,the advant-
They are still in .a huddle but will
United States Coast Guard. of such locations Ocala ... .
"rights. ages as or
this week.
probably report
The Auxiliary is a volunteer organization -
I
Orlando.
During the three weeks I have
of motor boat owners.It .
been observing the 1943 legislative The of the House
goes without saying ,that they Lady. Mary
session, I have seen group after Lou Baker found that the term- Mother Nature chuckled INVEST
receive no pay and wear no uni- I gleefully 10% -OP, YOUR
forms. Any person who is own-, group rush to Tallahassee and dog "Gentlemen" as applied to her colleagues last week, as she watched the

er, or part owner (to the extent, of I the heels of senators and'represen- was little more than a futile antics of Man to cope with INCOME IN
tatives, urging the passage or rejection when mixed the within him
at least one-fourth) in a motorboat formality one with evil and regulateby ,
and who can meet other quali- of certain legislation. Or- them in open debate, on. a controversial laws the morols of his fellow
,
fications, 'is eligible for member- ganized minorities keep capable and I question. In her effort to creatures.-Prostitution_ is an ugly War Bonds

, ship. The other'qualifications include experienced men and women here gain seats for women on Florida I word that for centuries has been

American citizenship,* and I through the entire session to insurethe I juries, she met with stiff opposi- I spoken only in whispers, but it was
protection of their special in- tion from Sanchez of shouted the
the submitting of character refer- Suwannee, I to housetops as solons

ence and passing of certain examination terest. Martin of ,Hillsboro, Scofield of I spoke in defense of a number of
I
s.Boating. On occasions these organized Citrus and Lewis of Clay.Carlton measures proposed by health and I

groups will attempt to put the pressure of Duval and Walker of Vol- military authorities as necessaryto I
enthusiasts who do not ;
on and then you see the wires usia, their "nobler natures stirredto cope with the v. 'd. problem. I
happen to be owner or part owner and letters pour in, while ,petitions AFTER THE WAR YOU
life, jumped to the defense of "Ladies,of the Evening" took it on
of a motor boat may become asso- signed by so-called "taxpayers" are the Lady Fair, 'but their Sir Ral- their hardened chins as eager leg,,; -
ciate members of the Auxiliary. WILL
WANT TO BUILD
hither
gathered from and to
yon eighian gestures came too late and islators, forgetting the Master'swise
Before is admitted to the
one' be read to committees in the hopeit
Lou's bill admonition hastened to "cast
Mary was lost. YOUR OWN HOME. CONSIDER -
he must an exam-
Auxiliary
pass
will influnece their action. I the first ,stone."

ination requiring knowledge of When I see a stack of several While members of the INVESTING PART
rules of the road seamanship, many
letters
hundred telegrams and on ?
'and, marlin spikesmanship. After legislator's" desk I'". always 'wondei House will take their stand on thisor The green light has, gleamed OF THE REMAINING 85%
that question, Emogene Commander brightly on all administrative
this examination is passed the
whether or, not the people who sign
local Commander of the Flotilla of Holmes can be dependedupon sponsored measures up to this OF YOUR INCOME ''IN A
ed them had right to do so.
any
recommends the applicant to the to take his stand for no rea- writing. ,Fourteen or_more of theGovernor's
It is if the truth
my guess, that all.
at The
son gentleman
keeps recommendations' have
district commander of the Coast
known it would reveal that
Guard Auxiliary, who admits the were going up and down like an elevator been approved, while others are Homesite:
only a small percentage of these most of the time and is courteously
'slipping thru legislative. channelson
applicant to membership.The
I indignant citizens took the troubleto
of the auxiliaryare recognized by the Speaker on greased skids.-;More contro-
purposes VOTE in' the last election.
every occasion that a motion to versial suggestions, such as the 3c I
to further:, interest in safety at You
'I hear people condemning politicians -
adjourn is in order. In this game tax to be
sea and on navigable waters; to on cigarettes, are yet
about
promote better understanding of or complaining poli- of "Many Motions," Emogene is at. considered and present indicationsare
I cies followed by office-holders but CLEWISTON REALlY
l least of
the rules, laws and regulations a man ,Movement. that lawmakers will "rearback"
ask them to show: a registration cer- ,
pertaining to the operation of motor with a snort of defiance when
tificate and not out of ten
one can
boats; to promote wider know- I Representative Bourke Floyd of this hoop is set out for them to and DEVELOPMENT
do so. On election day most of them
ledge, of navigation and the operaI I Franklin has the distinction of be- jump thru.-Committees in both
I "too "too indifferent"to
were busy" or
tion of vessels and to cooperate j ing the third generations of Floydsto House and Senate are delving into CORPORATIONTHE
J go to the polls and vote, but let
with the Coast Guard in the per- sit in a Florida legislature. His governmental operating costs, determined -

formance of certain of its duties. something affects develop their personal that in interest someway 1 1 i i father and grandfather before him to find ways and means !

The Auxiliary is a trained group ,and you will find -them 'howling')I

which stands by ready for any their heads off and wiring or writ I __ r rI

emergency in which the Coast I ing THEIR senator or representa- I OLD JUDGE'' SAYS. ,) .' l

Guard may call upon them. tive.-What do they mean, THEIR? I '
The Auxiliary has met with I
During the recent "closed shop"hearing I Ji
much interest in the Lake Okee- ;. '
before the joint Senate -
chobee area, and it is a most wor- committees i H
a large delegation of I
men
thy, needed end patriotic service __
representing labor and
industry
that one qualified may render his I ,
farm groups appeared to testify for
country. In every instance where
or against the under
legislation
I
civilian volunteers take 'over duties
consideration. I wonder how
similar to these they release a man many
in the crowd in the packed Senate
for more urgent service and thus I
chamber could have produced a reg-
reduce the number of men required I )
I istration, certificate or given any. .
by the various armed services. I
I evidence of having voted in the last
The Coast Guard itself has been (
-
I election. Some I
of those testifying
very cooperative with residents of
I even admitted that not J ti.r
they were 111I' .
the area, specially in the matter of .
issuing Coast Guard identification residents of this state. I I' 'i- -4-
In questioning witnesses or replying ,
,.cards. Instead of requiring citi-
to those' who ountless
send
zens to go to Palm Beach to 'obtain -
telegrams_ and letters, lawmakers I
these identificaton cards, 'the I
might well inquire whether or not
Coast Guard
brought men to Clew-
iston twice for the purpose of issuing these folks are registered-voter's. If

them, and have served other it developed they'were so unon- \
cerned and indifferent that they fail
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sections of the area in a similar
manner ed, to vote on election day, one '. I

M. E. VonMach, Commander of might well ask the basis on which .- J

the Flotilla, is a boating enthu- they demand special consideration JMi2;
when the legislature is in session. I -
'siast who has spent much time on
Lake Okeechobee in his motor boat Considering the indifference on

for the past several years. He has the part of the average citizen to- I J } .

accurate of the lake day, the remarkable thing is that U /
an knowledge [ :. -.',
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waters,-as have the .other officers the men and women, we have in of- .. ,,' "',
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and many of the members, and in1 fice are as conscientious, able and I

addition has experience trustworthy as they are.
sea : having'served sr r
in the'United' States Navyin I f

World War I, The Coast Guard .
Auxiliary has chosen wisely in its Aid ."Makes me feel extra good hearin'you talk that synthetic rubber. But Hank, the grain used

officers.IS to Enemy 1- way. Judge..never realized I was contributin' in distilling this alcohol is not thrown away. ,]

"Any American who wilfully I I to the war effort in the way you mention." It is processed and comes back to the farm

neglects to pay his taxes on I "You certainly are, Hank. Part of the again in the form of dried grains or dried i .

YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? time or to invest every cent he grain you farmers grow is used by the beversolubles which you use for dairy feeds hog ;

can in War Bonds is surely giving i age distilling industry to make alcohol for supplements and poultry mashes. This year 1

aid and comfort to the I war purposes. Hundreds of millions of galalone it is estimated 388,000 tons of these 1

enemy .. We have a job to ions are required every year for smokeless much needed feed stuffs will be produced i

do and we are all called for powder, medical supplies, chemical warfare by the distillers." ( '

/ BACK UP I service to'our country. Our materials, shatterproof glass, lacquer for "I can.see now. ,Judge,,why you say it's, a

YOUR BOY dollars. Let are called all ask.to ourselves servicetoo. camouflaging equipment, fuel to propel tormighty good thing we have a legal distilling I

us pedoes and in the making of critically needed industry in limes like these.
.I 'Shall we be 'more tender with

Buy an Additional our dollars than with the- lives

Bond Today of our sons?' Secretary
Morgenthau. Conjtunct Atcekolu Bntiagt Industrm, /_

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r BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIESMrs. I.classified as to knowledge, ability make the grade and we're all wish- Arnold, Mrs. G. ,G., Glasgow_ Mrs.J. .
' ': and preference, and the latter' half ing I him the best of luck. F. Rear .ard. Mrs., Frank
I Dave Alston was hostess to of the period is in specialized *
. J Personals J I members of her bridge club at her training: light tank, medium tank, The Navy Sea-Bees claim M. D. O'Hara, Mrs. R. E. Peters, Mrs.,
home Wednesday afternoon. First scouting and patrolling,' mortar, Royals and Beder Nail, both of H. P. Hardin, Mrs H. D. Brazzcll,

: I prize,' a set of pottery mixing anti-tank, machine gun, assault whom are stationed. Camp Peary, Mrs. Driver, Mrs. J. W. 'Durden,.
- .: I bowls, was won by Mrs. K. Bowden gun and reconnaissance. Williamsburg, Virginia. Royalswas Mrs. ,J. C. Ziler, Mrs. Willard King,

;:;4: :Mr. and Mrs. John M. Walker and cut prize, a basket of confec- through Clewiston for' 'a ,day Mrs.. Charles W. Miller, Mrs. Keiv
:. ; of LaBelle guests of friends I tions, went to Mrs. F. E. Conkling. ,i I A. D. Frith, wearing his Ser- this week, but was enroute. to Vir- Woodward
:;:,: in Clewiston were Sunday. i Mrs. Alston served chicken' salad, I. geant's stripes ever so-proudly on ginia at the time. Beder, Who Mrs. Fred Perry, Mrs.N. .
i J sandwiches and coffee to Mrs. Bowden that Marine uniform, spent a fur- holds a chief petty officer's rating, C. Ellis, Mrs Sam Schneider
I Mrs. Conkling, Mrs. J.V.. I here with his dad and is home Mrs. C. F. Butler
;: Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lilly of i lough left on a ten-day furlough Mrs. Robert
Moore Haven were business visitors -, Ezelle, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. Carl Monday morning bright and early which he is enjoying to the utmost, Ohlinger, Mrs J. E. Taylor, and:
." ,- in Clewiston Wednesday I Johnson, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. for New River, North Carolina, and will report back to Peary Mrs. A. C. Lyons.
I G. B. Thomas :and Mrs. 'R. C. where is now stationed. A. D. when it is ended.

:.. ':' Mrs. Harvey Lee Kirk left Mon- Wilson. I is not, quite 21 yet, but with his'
day for Cross" City to spend some sergeant's rating came the opportunity Also' home on furlough, which he :
time with her parents. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH to assist in training new is lucky enough to have stretchedout Buy More Bonds

, : .' "- Marines, and now most of his timeis thirty full days, is Joseph
Mrs. Arch Hodges and Miss H. C. Meador, Pastor spent in maneuvers with new Leiter, of the Navy. ,

;:: '. I Doris Hodges spent the week-end troops.' I
9:45 A. M. Sunday School. His last voyage, he says, was Co-Pilots Sponsor FOR SALE
: .:. 11:00'A.. M. Morning Worship, I to Alaska and his strip dropped
, :"' : : \ Dr. H. E. Cunningham. back to Guadalcanal and broughtout Easter Party at Club Good Income Property

"' ; children spent Sunday in Moore 7:15 P. M. Training Union. 250 fighting Marines when the Nine room house on Ven-
. Haven visiting Mr. and 'Mrs. S. C. 8:30 P. M. Evening worship, Army took over the defense of Instructors of Riddle Field, their
_' : Stalls. Dr. H. E. Cunningham. that Island. He has made 6 voy- wives and dates, enjoyed an Easter tura Avenue. Five bed

: In 'the absence of the pastor, Dr.. ages through the Panama Canal party and dance given at the In- rooms. Lots of 'built inI

:,.. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Martin, Elsie H. E. Cunningham, president of and can recognize quite a few islands structors Club on the Ridge Satur- cabinets. Thomas M.
i: Danny and Donna Gayle Mar- Edison College, Fort Myers, will in the Atlantic and' Pacificon day evening. The party was sponsored I Boals,
';, ....:' tin ,spent Easter with relatives in preach at both morning and evening sight. Florida still looks mighty ], by the Co-Pilots club. Box 7308, Clewiston, Fla.
': :: Stuart. services. Dr.. ,Cunningham is good to him, but next to that he The living rooms 'of the club .
Misses Laura and Marguerite 'a forceful speaker and it will be says he liked Trinidad, "probably were decorated with crepe paper
".. Mizelle spent the Easter week-end to the interest of everyone to hear because the climate there reminded I in pastel shades, with branches
in Moore Haven with their par- I him. He 'will have two splendid I me of home." adorned with pale pink blossoms Florist Agency'

> : ents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Mizelle. messages. on this Sunday.We The worst sight he has seen'' or carrying a note of spring flowers Flowers ,
I reached our. goal in Sunday ever expects to see was the Cocoa- throughout. Colored eggs lent an extra delivered here at no, ,
}: Earl S. Royer of Sebring, was in' School last Sunday, and exceededit nut Grove disaster in Boston last Easter note to the decorated re- where cost.in Othertowns, any
U. S.
Clewiston Tuesday, transacting by 6. It is not impossible to winter. He was but a block away freshment table. telegram add only cost of
;; business in connection with the 'have 160 in Sunday School'next when the fire broke out and, together 1 I Members of the club sold war 55. cents., ranging from 20 to J

state board of health. Sunday. Will you help? Our with man r'other' servicemen stamp corsages, during the eve- 1
Men's Bible Class'is growing rap- nearby, helped the firemenand ning. A three piece orchestra MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN 1

-' ., Mrs. A.' H. Hunt and :Miss Hen idly. Men, are you a member? police, in their gruesome work. furnished music for dancing, and Western Union Office
-- rietta Hunt of Miami were week- Don't miss this good fellowship. the party 'was well-attended. Day Phone' 82 Night '279L .

.. end guests of Mrs. E. W. Durst Another growth has: been'noted' ,, Two recent additions to the Army tI

.... ,.., and Mrs. E. O. Ward. I in the Adult Union of the Train- Air force are Hervey Bourne, and 1[ Stork Shower Given-
Union. There has been sub-
: ing a Edward VonMach, Harvey was
.:,: 'j. Mrs. H. B. Magill and her I stantial increase ,for the past few not quite sure just how permanenthis For Mrs. R.. H. Brinton I h

:. mother, Mrs. Driggers, Janice and Sundays. Jacksonville address would be I DRESSMAKING, ALTERING,
.' Harriet :Magill were business vis- I Wednesday evening at 8 P. M. so he waited a few weeks before ,Mrs. D. H. Rinkley and Mrs. !! BUTTONHOLE MAKING

:. itors in West Palm Beach Fri-. e the Teacher's meeting,,will be fol- sending for the News. Howeverhe W. G. Reid were co-hostesses

:' : '. day. lowed by prayer service. The mid- seems to ,be completing a cer- a'stork shower honoring Mrs. R. Mrs. Inez Pope
'." week service offers great opportunity tain part of his course at the Naval H. Brinton Tuesday afternoon. The
; -, E. J. Casper, who is spending\ for fellowship and prayer. Air Station there' and is in the party was held at the InstructorsClub MiUcrest Near Passenger Depot
;/" several weeks in Stuart where he s
naval aviation technical training (next door to Bill Allen's)
:. ,. '" has been assigned temporarily by CLEWISTON COMMUNITY school. With his background of Appropriate quiz games were
t'. the U. S. Engineers spent the CHURCH Sparton Aeronautical and Embry- enjoyed during the afternoon, and
> : J i week-end with his family here the hostess her which I
,; Riddle training, he will go forward opened gifts
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'., : -- John N. Montgomery, Minister rapidly in the air corps. were viewed by those attending.
Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart returned RENTAL
Refreshments of salad cakes HOUSESof
Ed VonMach an aviation cadet ,
,,' .' the first of the week' from Talla-
,:,7-. 9:45 Church School. Classes for taking pre-flight training at Al- decorated in pink and blue and an Mrs. Viola Stone's Estate are
; hassee where she spent the past all Meadville ''Penn- iced drink were served by the hos- in
Ages. legheny College, charge of Mrs. Jewel Hooker. ;
k who I
three weeks with Mr. Stewart,
I' in 11:00 Morning Worship. Miss sylvania. His is the same routineas tesses to Mrs. H. J. Lehman, Mrs. Two now vacant.
is Hendry county. representative Irene ,Forsythe guest speaker.' that of Russell Domer who de- Fred Hunziker, Mrs. G.V.. Ty- SEE MRS. HOOKER o,
legislature.
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.' '.", 6:30: Junior,Christian Endeavor. scribed it so nicely' in a letter in son,' Mrs. R. H. Brinton, Mrs. S. concerning them.itj .
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Mrs. M. D. Royals has returned 7:30 Eevening Worship' Miss know ,it's. hard:. work, but. Ed will ,E. Westmoreland, Mrs. W... S. ..
: Panama is at .. .
,." from City and again :Iiene_ .Forsythe.. '
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:" her home, the ,Royals apartmentshere. 'Our guest speaker at both ser- -- ,
.: Mr. Royals entered the Navy
:'. vices Sunday, is Miss Irene For- .
Sea Bees a few weeks and is' "
'' ago' sythe, missionary to China. ,Miss
"kw+= '. / stationed at Camp Peary, Vir- '
Forsythe will,speak at the morning I
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ginia. service the subect "China and : ;-- ,
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God." The women of the church .. ',. ; ; _"."
Mrs. J. E. Taylor and baby left I will have charge of the evening / .\. .,. ,
yesterday for a month's visit with j... ,.i ;
service with Miss Forsythe, the: .
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relatives in New \ ;: -
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guest evening
'' Others' in the party making the : / : f.,
will be China. We. '
"War-Time ..
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, ..: train from West Palm .. '
w; ; trip by ttf/ '
'I invite
hear
to the experiencesof ,
you :
,i S'. I Beach were Mis. A. R.. Brink and this: fine Christian leader. '., r : :: \
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son, Michael, and' Mrs. Ken b.iJ '.., 'I
;:-- :. Woodward, both going to Buffalo i The regular monthly meeting of : ; '
,.,', ,; to .visit relatives, and Mrs. Charles I the; Trustees will be held in the ? :; -
:;_. F. Butler churchl\IondaY"evening at 8:00.
: who is on her way:.to
; : Johnstown, Pennsylvania to visit. The newly organized Young .
:. Women's will ,. '
,her parents. Organization meet / ,
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;,' CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY I Florine Moore at the home of their '>:;;.":". ';.'
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sister, Mrs. J. Kettl, at 8:00 Mon- ,' .' :.:.r,
Gene Mills celebrated his fourteenth day evening. Miss Forsythe will .; >

birthday Saturday with a be the guest speaker at the meet- ':{ .
*-: picture show party for several of ing. All young married women and '. -;=.. / -
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his young, friends. Cake and ice !i business girls ,are invited. '
'. : cream was served at the Mills home 1! The Ladies' Aid will meet'Thursday '-
= before the boys left for the show. afternoon at 3:00 in the Com- ::

.,.' Those ,attending were Bobby Ber- munity Building. There will be l ;

...<. ner, Ben Bolton, Stanley Wright, reports of the delegates to Presby- "' .., .:... .. :
o{:. Eddie Conkling, Kay Bowden and terial. All the ladies of the church : :: i. '

;;,_. Bub :Mills. and friends are urged to attend. I /; ':. .': ,. -. ., :
f Hostesses are: Mesdames E. W. \ '' \ '

Janet Casper's Birthday Hall.Durst, Charles Bolton' and H. R. II itj; ;:L..:'l :,.':. .". ---

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..... a children's party at her ':":-:-:': ':-:':-:-:-:-:-:-:":.':-:-:-:-:":.':-:-:..:..:.. ::t : \::: ;. /} .

home on the government reserva- :
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;. .', the sixth birthday of her With ,
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daughter, Janet. "' .',
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celebrate were Duane Waldron, : --" -- '
;;. Nadine Bembry, Billy.. Brooks, Pat '; a Our Boysin '' r'':Never mhid_ the gasBuddy..hand,, ; over that copy of Color/or your ionie!' .
: and Martin Walker. Nail Bobby ., '
:,; Ray ? ,, :
) }:," Riley, Miriam and Billy Nail, ;

,Mary Catherine and Judy Francis, / r. > ,.
the i: \ : i". :,"'
.. James Fulhvood, Barbara, Becky, ')c41, '. .
Charles and Richard John
Twiddy, .
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Perry, Jerry Bolton,' Ronald and ..' .
Beverly Egley, Jimmy Knight, Service "Past! No need to get tough Cowl .

':. Ronald Hare, Sharon Crochet, "- it about it. You can get a' copy of

Linda and Jane Lee, Marjorie andI ., ,/ \ Color for your Home at /
Warren Brown, Paul Bowden, .
Sandra Cochran, Emma Jane ..:..:..:...:-:-:-:..:..:..:...:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ...:..:..:
Ezelle, Janice and Harriet Magill, '

Judy Pape, Billy Sue Crow, .Lief Jimmy Holland has entered the ./J. "
Johnson and Virginia Raye Kee- Annored Force'Replacement Training '.
:'. nan and Pat and Jerry Bowyer of Center at Fort Knox Kentucky
\ I ; '- Bishop-Wilson Lumber'Company; '
,Moore Haven. I and -we thereby learn our ..
"I first details of the work of this ", -
Telephene 8 8
I CARD OF THANKSI I newest and hardest-hitting branch
of the Army (the description is CLEWISTON FLORIDA.
wish to express my deepest eX- I ,
their own).
pressions of sympathy and the acts .'',' __ .
I The men are put on a 12week'straining ; I
of kindnesses shown to me in my
the first half of
})program;
hour of bereavement. I shall never which is given dver to the funda- ft* the new double,she 1943 edition and W* FREE

forget my many kind Clewiston mentals which enable men to be- .......
friends.; come good soldiers in any branch.
I Mrs. Harvey Lee Kirk. During this period the men .are

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'- engineering Know What Other ThinksA

American production

/ : skills and m cotnbined commercial traveler put up :

6 R 0OR l"l.aUe have the rapid for the night at a small country r
l..eaV possible bynaiug inn. In the breakfast room the

make ADIOS following morning he ,was asked
tN
W EA construction efabSatedW tE SCREEP by the landlord how he had en-

L the use fpBY By VIRGINIA VALE joyed the cornet playing in the

Washington, D. C. terials. which are Released by Western Newspaper Union next bedroom during the night.

mats sections, "Enjoyed it!" was the reply.
ALL the Ameches aren't in the
WHITE HOUSE SPRING DAYS elf interlocking strips "I should think not, indeed! Why,
FIe laid in AJL movies. Dark-eyed Jim,who I spant half the I
night pounding
When the White House butler says and take on i
"Dinner is served," it doesn't mean landing when it would looks enough like brother Don the wall"to make that cornet player -

what it used to mean. Most of the matter of hours ethods. to be his twin, has made good on stop.

time, it's nothing more than a sim- constructed in a job by other mare clearing off of a his own in radio by landing the Tm afraid there's" been a mis-
three-course meal for two or do the the repaired understanding, said the landlord,
ple to for are of ceremonies
master
weekS calls assign-
three persons, served not in the state days or simply Botnb craters most stiffly. "The cornet player told
matS. the ment on that new all-musical me that the
dining room, or even in the family! The operation ing the sitnple that efficiently person in the next
in and y is SO "Here's to Romance room applauded so heartily that
dining room on the first floor, but area It operation program, ,
the President's study on the second given the same way handle the Thus, when on the Blue Network Sundays. Two he played every piece he knew
in can
floor. native labor is required.mediately ton movie personalities are featured- five times over." I

Except for the occasional visit of primitive heaVY e g uipment almost im which per- orchestra leader David Broekman,

a South American president, social it is possible air forces whose long-time,association with Columbia -
activity at the White House has dis task force arrives the necessary and reconnaissance pictures enabled him to TOPS FOR YOUR HAIR I
Roosevelt dines with Mr. a for bombing 60 films and tYV Smooth It. add lustre-style,
appeared. facilities raiding, score singer Buddy p" with fragrant dressing-only 25c I
and Mrs. Harry Hopkins, Justice provide vital assault, Guadalcanal.shoW"readytnade" Clark; his latest picture is "Seven HAIRTONIC
the (
Byrnes, Judge Sam Rosenman, or form from ,. .-U.- MOROUNE -\
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operatio -
perhaps with Grace Tully, his blue- ;/r s

eyed, white-haired private secre- : The accotnpanying air so installed ? :! 1
tary. Mrs. Roosevelt is, ofT-again Shaky Japan
usual. 1
on-again, as Earthquake shocks occur in one

A friend of Gen. "Pa" Watson, 5.:': : part or another of Japan the
f &i ; *
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aide to the President sent him some .,' [ ) '< rate of almost four a day.
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finnan haddie the other day, and 'y'", ,., 1g#:-<) :.i N:<' .,,&,
'X/, r-f ;;'' '' rO
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it to the Presi- -> 'd ;' /'jo.Yf .
Watson passed along ')1 0/ //; 'l'. x. ._>..';!
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dent. "Meat," said Watson, "or .>. .,<.,: .q' : 1fr! "', :: \ FOR QJICH RELIEF Ry.:
anything that passes for meat, is as : s

. precious as gold these days." The r.: ;; : ,' } :'., /r
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President enjoyed the free finnan .
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haddie. __ $. ;: ,z ,. ''" i ANTISEPTICUsed II;.
If Grace Tully is there for din- iai <, .. "I;>> .1. ';:,/4 by ,thousands with satisfactory
it work after dinner. On ', .""" ,:; suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. -
ner, means : N./mW;, ...f'N',<.;. : Get Carboil at drug stores write
or
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the average of two evenings a week, 1f : : .;:;;;;. :', Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville Tenn.

the dictation isn't finished in For the ,r 4 r if :'t-t" :iJ.r' 'i'i: i.t :.7;) i
daytime, and Grace stays over. )'
the war has not decreased the Pres- I <;tv .it'.,... '.o t.\ ', :v-'" ;..,.< :;1J 'j

ident's dictation. Jimmy Byrnes remarked JIM AMECIIEDays' For ONLY lO Now
the other "I don't
day, see The interlocking steel Marsden mats are,delivered in bundles, as 0.Less than
handle much
how he can so paper "
work." shown here. The space for the airfield has been cleared and graded. Leave. Jim Ameche was born
and educated at Kenosha, Wis., and
is the President is
Fact leaning
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was introduced to radio by his older
heavily on letters and cutting down brother, Don, who advised him to 1r 1 i
interviews. His
appointments run
take an audition for Jack ArmstrongAll
from 10:30 to lunch, with an occa- American Boy. Jim landed !
sional conference at two o'clock. But
the part and since has played the
afternoons are reserved for dictatingto lead in several radio series. 2 2'L'' a dose

Grace Tully. The only thing to E i' :: : T! : kp il\,,, -,. Use only as directed.o .
throw this regimen out of gear is an

afternoon press conference, a talk Pat O'Brien, back at work-ir, o I }
with a man like Anthony. Edenorthe RKO's "The Iron Major"-is still
spring sunshine. marveling over his' trip home after

eight weeks of entertaining at army I
Sometimes the President swings Ii
around from his,desk, takes a quick camps overseas. He breakfasted at i
Trinidad, lunched at Haiti, dined at
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look at the sunshine over. the South 0
Grounds, and says to his Scottie, Miami, breakfasted the next morn-
ing in New York. He wants to make SNAPPY FACTSABOUT
"Let's go for a ride-what do you
say, Falla?" another army camp tour, but says
next time he'll take his wife along;
A Ride in the Country. ....
that two-months' separation was too r RUBBERA
This means a quiet tour into the Here natives on Guadalcanal are laying the interlocking steel mats long. I

country, without motorcycle, escort, for a landing strip. ----..,".,..-- !
In a car which looks like anybody
So Merle Oberon said she was .retiring t
else's shiny limousine, and stops at from the screen! As usual aft- I I II

the traffic lights like the car of any r er such announcements, the star has

ordinary citizen. signed a long-term contract; this single 10-ton ponton bridge
eats up 3200 pounds of rubber
9V
Members of the President's inti- q'
/ one's with Metro, and she'll make and 2.01 pound are used for
mate staff insist they see no changein pictures in Hollywood and in Lon each roll of adhesivo plaster
made for tho Army' medicalcorps. r
him under the pressure of war. g: ',, don. Seems as if, when a star wants r i
The war hasn't altered his moodor to retire the studios realize what ,I
We've heard a lot about tire switching -
his methods. He still laughs they'll be missing and can't wait to lately, but the practice would )
heartily, eats well, and dictates me- become more common if every driver -
make of box-office
sure keeping good realized that equalizing: wear oa
thodically, with never. a "read that material. ell tires can increase tread mileage
back to me." -7E-: as much as 50%.

Grace Tully explains it by ,sayingthe at Susan Hayward, who did an army your With rubber conservation good In In a mind cool,keep dark
President is a psychologist; and tour after she visited New place proferably away from
camp ,
direct heat to sun
or exposure
he keeps a good temper for the sakeof York when "Reap the Wild Wind" light, oil and grease.To .

the people around him. was released nationally, ,has been make tic bullet-sealing gasoline

The slackened social activity f rdd ,,; : iL1 given the feminine lead in "The tanks 1660 pounds of a flying of rubber.Fortress requires
doesn't shut out the house guests, }K' n dr'ga .Man in Half Moon Street" by Para-
Parthenium Is what
Argentatum
however. Any day, Mrs. Rooseveltis mount. Susan's on her way up, i botanists call GuayulepronouncedYYuLee
likely to get a letter from old fast! )a scrawny desert shrubof
Central America and SouthwestU.
friends or relatives who are comingto at ; w /h" .S.which It being developed for
town, and she replies. "Won't yak r a4 +M lb h yye. y hr "SPK4 Fa tit rubber content.
ws Judy Garland is proudly wearinga
stay with ? +6
us ;
.you pair of silver wings, sent her by
They do. They come for a dayor the young paratroopers of Fort, Ben-

two, sometimes for a week. But ning, Ga., who recently dubbed her
Melanesian Allies who have been projected centuries ahead ivith/the
they go their ways, and see little of "The Parabelle." You'll see her
the President. He will dine with arrival of American task forces and modern production methods. The wearing them for a scene in "Girl

them once in the course of the visit, natives seem to be very "strong" for American-made pipes, to say notJi' Crazy," in which she, stars with

but the rest of the time, "dinner ing of American tobacco. Mickey Rooney.

served" for two or three in the ..", ,
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private study.In .

short, evenings are very quietat Joan Thorsen, famous as a model

the White House, and except for after she appeared on the covers of
six national magazines in rapid suc-
the President's own late hours at '
his desk, the electric light bill is cession, has been given her first
the lowest in years. 1h r y .ayo ; 3 '; ,,33 .J" 0 !t D Y' movie role by Metro. She's beautiful : e ,

and glamorous-so she'll portraya -

MERRY GO ROUND Russian girl guerrilla, and will
make her screen debut wearing a
C. Efficient Governor Holland of
peasant smock, and with her face
-Florida is not expected to run blacked up, in "Russia," the Rob-
against efficient Claude Pepper for
ert Taylor picture.
the senate The last time Clauderan ,
he was vacationing in Scotland E- Use

shortly, after his nomination when ,a Mayo Methot:. Mrs. Humphrey atfir.t.CO LD
voice called his hotel room. "Sena Bogart-is on location with her hus-

tor, I am an American Press repre- band for "Somewhere in Sahara." 664

sentative in Scotland and we havea i The other day when they unpackedtheir 666 TABLETS SALVE, .
cable that your election in Florida lunch kits she spied three kegs, NOSE DROPS DROPS. ;

has been contested." "I'll be right which they used as chairs and a COUGH ,

down," replied the alarmed Pepper.It i ,.y.SA ,, ./u/,...,,,,,,ayyn... .V..w,.... : table, till the powder man ap Try "Rub-My-Tism"-a Wonderful i .nl ', ;

was Jesse Jones, with Stewart E '' proached. "Sorry, Mr. Bogart," said

MacDonald, Federal Housing admin- he, "But I'll have to move these

istrator, playing a practical joke. dynamite kegs." Whereupon the Bo- I 1IJIuJS C. Nicest compliment Rep. Warren garts moved, fast and without argu- :.
ment. aches and pains of ;..:
Magnuson of Washington receivedon Picture above shows .,. '
dt : \ Ly ',
his report for the naval affairs -;.---- RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO :.: _
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landing mats being laidon "
committee regarding ship-building Looks as if Helmut Dantine, who
bottlenecks came from the navy department the graded field. scored so heavily with his Nazi-avi-

which Magnuson criticizedfor Right: In event ,of ator performance in "Mrs. Mini-
delays in submitting shipbuilding an attack where bombs r u ver," is headed for stardom. Seems -

plans and specifications as weft he's turned in another grand per-
as in furnishing materials 'Un- are dropping on the formance in Warner's "The Edge of 1

dersecretary James V. Forrestal landing strips quick Darkness," and Jack L. Warner is ..

wrote: "I want to congratulate you repairs can be made by looking for possible starring material -1 .
both on the thoroughness with which filling in the holes with for him. His fan mail has shown Large Bottleft( retf = )'12-SntallSlzeGOc!! ] ,'A i
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your work was done and the restraint a .300 per cent increase during the
crushed
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a e Sr Wisest he in this whole wide land 1. What is the chemical symbolfor 7. Starting at the equator, how
", hoarding till bent and gray; silver? long does it take the sun to rotateon

, For all you can 'hold in your cold, 2. Who defeated Horace Gree- its axis? /-
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JOAQUIN MILLER.
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ok land. weight of a gallon of water? 2. Grant.

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' '4: DESIGN CENTERED plus one inch at all scams and four .
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PIN INSIDE one a always right.
j % ON RUT inches for a seat tuck-in. -Hare..
':' 4 t I -THEN TRIM TO FIT Pin and trim to fit, as shown.
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) Seams that are to be sewn without
welting are pinned and basted
!I, N from the wrong side. Unpin seams Acid Indigestion .

uctcIN where welting is to be used. Baste
Ada the welting to the right side of the Relieved in 5 minutes or double money back
USE When excess stomach acid causes painful suffocating
seam edge, then baste the seam.A gas,BOOT stomach and heartburn,doctors usually
,. I prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known for
> '- coRDING Ga right-toe cording foot is best for symptomatic relief-medicines I like those in Boll-am
OOT Tablets. No laxative. Bell-ana brings comfort in a
II Chicken and Rice-Fine Favorite for Easter --I 1 welted seams as it allows the bulky jiffy or doable your money back on return of bottle
(See Recipes Below) / ) material to be on the left whereit to us.25c at all druggists.
rK RR f ? v will
t" rest .on the machine leaf.
Easter EssentialsHow BASTE .
Lynn Says: SHAVE with SHELBY
NOTE-Readers who have sent for
EVERY price today
differently you will plan your IN range copies of the series of booklets numberedone
Easter dinner this year! You may How to Save Ration Points: If there are handsome flowered to eight prepared by Mrs. Spears AND
materials for slip covers. The will be-pleased to know that BOOK 9 is ) /
have to forget'' many of'the traditional your old recipes call for tomato p/ PhP
now ready. This new book contains 32
so" that 1It/li'
designed
juice, tomato soup and other patterns are a
foods and use'only what
your gay and thrifty things for your home with SHARPER
motif be centered in each
ration points will.allow you-or what canned tomatoes, substitute may partof illustrated directions. To get a copy send
'; '. you can obtain at the grocer's. brown gravy. In most cases, it a chair to make a panel. Thisis 15 cents to: BECAUSE

., : Many of you in former times had will- work quite well. not difficult to. do if you cut THEY'RE
baked ham or leg of lamb, but per- Substitute fresh fruits for straight pieces first according to MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS i'/j THINNER
," haps this year it canned and dried fruits in des- the widest and longest measure- Bedford Hills New York double edge
serts and of citrus Drawer oraingleedgefor'
j ;, may be chicken, buy heavily
: ;;; or 'whatever ration fruits. Serve them sectioned or Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 9. Qc

. f:. ;. points will sliced. Use seasonal fruits gen- uhe1ePhU Name...............................
; allow. So, get out erously, as applesauce and rhu- 'Manufacturod and guaranteed by
:; T-:; your'ration points barb. Address ............................. Federal Razor Blade Co., N. Y.

:: ;;: Store any excess water from
7and put on your .
- : .'-: ,r __J1i thinking caps, la- cooked vegetables, and have it tL/5: .

. .', dies, and see what we can have to well covered when stored. Use
;.;; = make this dinner a success. in soups, gravies and stews.
'.<' ,Markets throughout the country When cookie recipes call for With Few RegretsA

;" .: will have different meats availablefor dried fruits, omit them or 'use moral victory is when you 'Stretch

your selection. A lot will depend them sparingly. don't know when 'you're beaten,
upon how well you have saved your Omit chili sauce, catsup and 'arid the other fellow doesn't Know ...
, yl points to splurge on this occasion. chow chow from menus. Use it either. -
; them for seasoning foods such
"Fricassee of Chicken. as Some people are born busy-
meat when cooking or for sandwiches
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(Serves 6 to 8) bodies. They have an interferiority -

, 4-pound chickens when necessary. complex.The .."'..r.i"-. ..= ..__.:\ ;:
fcoff, : -- cup flour man who talks bluntly often .
>> 3 tablespoons chicken fats Corn Bread. makes the most pointed remarks. M' aI y.

2 Paprika teaspoons salt' 2 2 cups cups sweet yellow milk corn meal From Cynic's Dictionary e J p.. '.

ti y/z cups boiling water 4 teaspoons baking powder Wisdom knowing what to do; ;
Freshly boiled rice 3 tablespoons bacon drippings or. skill is knowing, how to do it; virtue -

Clean chicken and cut into serving shortening is not doing it. w .- .-

?' portions. Dredge with flour and 1 tablespoon sugar -If you really ,want to reform any- addition to serving Kellogg's Corn Flakes for
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' ; brown in fat. Add seasonings and 14 teaspoon salt. one, you must. begin with his great
boiling water to half cover. Sim- 1, egg grandfather. breakfast,and"meatless meals,"use them to extend

mer, closely covered, until tender, Mix dry ingredients together. Beat A thermometer ought to feel vain; it your meat. In meat,loaves, hamburgers, casserole
- about IVz to 3 hours. If 'desired, egg, add milk and bacon drippingsto is consulted so often.
place in oven to brown slightly after it, then blend into dry ingredi- dishes, etc., they blend perfectly with meat flavors.

. tender, and serve with boiled rice. ents. Pour into a well-greased shal- From an old French word "mes" Recipes are on the Kellogg's Corn Flakes package. ..
Some of you low pan which has been heated. derived from the Latin word "n.is-
will perhaps be Bake in .a 425 degree oven for 30 sus" meaning a course at a meal, SAVE TIME-WORK-FUEL-OTHER FOODS, TOO!

fortunate enough '; minutes. comes the Army's name "mess"for
- to obtain lamb. If ,. "Rhubarb Upside-Down \Cake. its breakfast, dinner and sup-
'.: you cannot obtain (Serves 8) per. Favorite meal with the soldieris '
a leg ofshoulder lamb 4 cups cut rhubarb chicken dinner-his favorite p .

gut wily 1 cup sugar cigarette, Camel. (Based on actual
;' be nice to serve 1% cups sifted flour sales records from service men's C 0 R N
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.; <,with this barbecue .;. 2 teaspoons baking. powder own stores.) A carton of Camels,
sauced Ys teaspoon saltY by.the way, is a gift that's always
' J Lamb ,Shoulder, Barbecued.- : cup shortening welcome. And though there are FLAKES (

./ 4 pounds shoulder of lamb 1. cup sugar Post Office restrictions on pack- % k R Yi \
=7L2' =
2 ;
.', 1 medium onion eggs ages to overseas Army men, you _
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,' % teaspoon almond extract
; Yz cup chili sauce can still send Camels soldiers Kellogg's Corn Flakes are restored '.x.. k # } r
1 teaspoon salt A teaspoon vanilla extract in the U. S., and to men in the to WHOLE GRAIN NUTRITIVE

,, .:" teaspoon Dash of pepper Cook Yz cup rhubarb milk over low heat until Navy wherever, Marines they,are.-Adv.and Coast Guard (Vitamin Bi VALUES),Niacin of and Thiamin Iron ...."............. ................." _

cayenne juice begins to run. Add sugar and
1
tablespoon vinegar mix well. Simmer about 10 minutesand
1 water
cup pour into a greased ,cake -
pan.
Mix onion chili'
sauce, seasonings Sift flour, baking powder and.salt to-
- with vinegar and BN THE
water. Pour
over
gether. Cream shortening, add you SAID IT
sug-
lamb which has been wiped with'a.. ,
ar, and beat until fluffy. Add
damp cloth' and place in wittt' egg RANGERS *
pan ': yolks and flavorings and beat thor- ( RANGER-CAMELS )
tightly fitting Cover. Bake
cover.
at
oughly. Beat egg whites until stiff HAVE GOT WHAT
350 degrees for 3% hours. they say
but not dry and fold into mixture.
Orange and Greens Salad. Pour over rhubarb and bake in a L IT TAKES !' \
(Serves 8) moderate oven (350 decrees) 40 to 50 "CAT CRAWL"for '

4 cups coarsely shredded greens minutes. Loosen cake from 'sides an advance hugging the ground"BUSHMASTERS" ;v:.;,
(lettuce, endive, watercress) of pan and turn onto platter.If > : 4
Yt cup sliced, stuffed green olives you desire a simpler dessert, rr. :

y cup diced orange sections try these: for Rangers trained In the Caribbean ; : : .4 ,
Yi cup chopped green pepper Lemon Sponge Cups. area for tropic jungle-fighting ,;
1A cup salad oil (Serves 6)
4 tablespoons lemon juice 2 tablespoons butter MINSTREL SHOW"for yY :

: Yi teaspoon salt ZA cup sugar an attack at night with r >YA v' :, ",
Yt teaspoon celery seed 4 tablespoons all-purpose flour faces blacked ': : yh"CAMEL"
up 'f.
Yz teaspoon Worcestershire sauce teaspoon salt
Combine salad greens with or- 5 tablespoons lemon juice :

anges, olives, green pepper. Mix 1 tablespoon grated lemon rind for the Army man's favorite
salad oil, lemon 'juice and season- 3 eggs, separated cigarette I
ings. Just before serving toss lightly 1/ cups milk
together, mixing well Cream butter add .
together. sugar, flour, x kkr' C
- r salt, lemon juice and rind. Add well- fIRST IN THE.SERVICE f ITS CAMELS C 4 r

( beaten egg yolks which have been ..
The favorite cigarette with men
I J Lynn, Chambers' Point-Saving mixed with milk. Fold in stiffly in the Army,Navy,Marines,and 'r'k WITH ME_ I LIKE
Menus beaten egg whites. Pour into Coast Guard is Camel. (Based oa' THAT EXTRAMILDNESS
greased custard cups. Set in a pan actual sales records in Canteens '
Fresh Grapefruit Juice of hot water and bake at 350 degrees and Post Exchanges.) AND

*Fricassee of Chicken With Rice for 45 minutes. Cool and un- "

Cauliflower, Fresh Broccoli mold. FULL FLAVOR ': ,- /
Platter. Garnished With Lynn Chambers welcomes you to submit
Lemon Wedges your household queries to her problem-
and Greens clinic. Send your letters to her at Western C
Orange Salad ,
Cornbread Newspaper Union, 210 South Desplaines AM L Y
"Rhubarb Street, Chicago, Illinois. Don't forget to
Upside-Down Cake enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelopefor -COSTLIER TOBACCOS
Recipes Given your reply. -
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THE CLEWISTOX NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1913Sitting

.1.ur.. r-V. EIGHT --
31, East more particularly described Ears of Florida, 1937. the Board of Sup. .
With- I Sugar For Home as the general plan of ervisors of Sugarlnnd Drainage District
.. In needs. Clewiston, Florida according to has canted to b a
entsand offtthe
Starvation. Occasionally baby I Available plat recorded In Plat Book 2, at Debt Service ju re ,
do Canning panes 7 to 14. Inclusive, of the cost of 'maintaining and operating the '
4) chicks may'starve because they I current public records of Hendry works and improvements 'of the' District, .
Continued from rage receive the right elements 'in County. Florida. and of administering the affairs of the
off millions now going not crowd- Housewives who wish to 'can fruits To provide for the protection. district during the year beginning on the
*of lopping their feed due to a cause of know that enervation and encouragement of first day of November, 1943. and ending
'earnest effort of legislators to around the feed hopper. Whena will be interested to bird life within the area hereinbefore on the thirty-first day of October. 194-1,
find the answer, .they will be damn ing their feed extreme for home canning is sugal'\\ described; I Said budget shows the amount of Debt
person mixes own To provide a penalty for wilful I Service Taxes and Maintenance Taxes per
ted individually and collectively n should be exercised to approximately the same damage or' destruction or molestationof acre necessary to be levied upon the landsin
matter what they do. If determined -' care' of heretofore, according to Price bird life within the said area ; I Unit 1. and upon the lands in Unit 2
see that 'sufficient quantities M. Brown. No And to repeal all laws or parts of of said district for the year! 1043. .
to solve the problem, lawmaker; vitamin A and B are included. Alsoit ministrator Prentiss from I laws in conflict with the provisions. of The Board of Supervisor _Of Sugarland '
might well make up their mind;; that the carbohydrates deduction of point stamps' this Act.DATED Drainage District will meet at 10:00 o'clock
what do it is necessary Ration Book No.2 will be thU April 23, 1943. I In the forenoon Eastern War Time on the13th
they
that no matter should be in the War CONSERVATION COMMITTEE OF
and proteins for this day of May. 1943 in the office of the
will be WRONG and then exerCise in order to assure made for sugar obtained CLEWISTON GARDEN CLUB District in Clewi>lton. Florida for the
with the proper proporations By Leah L. Spicer. chairman.No. purpose of hearing objections and comPlaints -_
their own good judgment, satisfactory'' development. purpose. 17-April 23. with ,respect to said budget and
-welfare of the state and the people< Applicants will apply to their local ,for the purpose of transacting such other
whole 'their only considers Sanitation-Cleap: dry quartersare rationing board for allotments business as may property; come before said
-as a essential to poultry. I
tion. absolutely which will be on the basis of 11 i NOTICE meeting
This provides the best safe guards of for each 4 quartsof Sugarland Drainage District Budget Dated this 29th day of April. 1913.
The pound sugar Taxes for the Year 1943 _
andparasites. I .
Florida's Circuit Judges, wh against disease fruit Roughly, the same. pattern F. DEANE DUFF.
poultry house should be kept clean issuing home 'can- Notice is hereby given that in' accordance President.
crossed
have: had their fingers am floor Well covered with a will be'used in with the provisions"of Chapter 18287, April 30. May'7 '.2.
the .
been carrying rabbit feet for and ning allotments this year as was,
absorbant litter laid over .',
weeks, breathed sighs of genuine< clean dry sand. used last. No provision is made for.
relief when by a vote of 23 to 1' an inch or'more of coarse obtaining extra sugar for the making "
the House approved If the yard space is limited a marmalades and I
:the Senate passed madeof of Jams, jellies !
maybe "
bill to raise thebase. -pay' of; sanitary "sun fencing porch"with floor of preserves, they being' 'classed as
from ?5OOQ to $6,000 poultry '
circuit judges non-essentials. I
slats'
wooden
Steadily mounting living close-mesh netting or r r \
I '
icosts per year.have served to lower, the raised, above the ground. ,- NOTICE OK INTENTION TO APPLYFOtt II t. '

of. fixed incomes bur-'I Rough handling),.-:Baby chicks PASSAGE OF ,
ing :
power
point that 'more than justified often die as the result of injuries SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION I II

received in handling by children HEREBY GIVEN That at j I
.action. NOTICE IS a l /
_
I Florida, 1
'. .', inexperienced persons.In thelelsion of the Legislation of r ,
{ I or convened' application will be made
Genial, effervescetft:' fexttberant general clean, confortable,. now for the passage of special or local'legislation be -
the substance of which will as
:Fuller Warren, fit as a fiddle and I' well ventilated and spacious poul- follows:

.ready 'for most anything, arrived abundant and nourish- An act to create and establish a
last week-end two try quaiters, Bird Sanctuary in the City of Clewis- I ..,
'!in Tallahassee ing feed and clean water help keep ton comprising the following described -
jumps .ahead of his sound wagon. physical condition. property, being, lying and situatein i HinPOwDF ; -
fowls in good
Florida, towit -
,members turned from the Hendry County, State of
House: When these things are provided no :. / t _
consideration of foundlings and orphans medicine is necessary to keep poul- The East one-half (EJor Section t
to listen to the witty re- Eight (8) ; aU of fractional sec-
try well and productive. tions Nine (9) and Ten (10)) ; all ,
marks of the only gubernatorial of Sections Fifteen ((15) and Sixteen
candidate who refused to stop running (16) and the East one-half i
,
Section Seventeen (17)
E1of
counted. (
when the votes were Buy War Bonds and Stamps all in Township 43 South, Range
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POULTRY AT ;f&I l'?; ', ..tfJ m Y'i 1+1 :;lr.: _

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U:yHNy ii$AylaYh orneiAt.PHQTO3RAPM.
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With the meat situation growing ,: 0 H')1', '>vv "'(.1 U." ARMY
critical all the time many .,.<"':.""' .. ,,<$ ( : ; .; ...aNAL CORP ..
more ..._,..,,:..'":.,,.'.... (J ..''''.'< ,'..='L'.v.;) '''''?..'..'''H''''
back yard '
raising : > $ .
families are now ( >''' .-J..;. 'V. I .
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flocks. Many of these people "., ..I,> :::">:n<'<.. : t ;/ -,, w r
:poultry :: "'::1t1'J':;::: r-
: have never attempted to raise aw r "
chickens before. For this reason, \ '
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I am herewith giving some infor- .

mation on a few vital points. Below -
of \ W INVfTMlNT rs
are some preventable causes 5: : '
.chick mortality. INSURED'

Poor Stock.-Some chicks are i
,
almost certain 'to die',to- which the i'.W tJ1 G9 VI tooo.TO Q O .)f..

solution Js to buy only vigorously 1NEf C04Q : .)

,chicks from a"reputable hatchery, ;

preferably chicks from Pullum'tested :.- :.

stock.Brooding Accidents. Young I .LeIt BREAK BOTTLENECK? '


.chicks are very susceptible to changes I It's ,just: common sons U I atOHE'S / uSS '

in temperature, and to draft. 'su I' .. ; : :
refrain from buying things
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The best precaution'against brooder : t-:; ,: n' '
,
losses is to chicks provide comfortable sufficient WI''p' flooded' In our War of fort, the pest of the powder_room-ah* r' ...;} .- !
the
.and heat to to fence keep off the corners so as to BO. :Save., and bu Y1.gu1f'Y after: our 'prolongs primping. But there isn't time for r.;. '

keep( the chicks closer to the heater {tOm income Victory.: open your savings I that today. Powder wins wars on the battle .: I
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< during the first few days. when \ / : '" front. Fighting men and war workers must
they need warmth. account: here.. today: I :'_ 4: be on time. Buses have'been slowed down /;' .

,Death by Drowning.-Open Water : '; to save tires-that means time must not be :',.r

pans are dangerous for young' .* '\" .. wasted at bus stops if schedules are to be .:..'

chicks. The safe way is to use Buy War Bonds & Stamps \ maintained ,
tliinking fountains which also protects '

the water from dirt. Water Miller's DrugStore

fountains may be improvised by TRMf

punching two small holes in the pTh.1

side of an empty tin can about % t1iTIuiIZy : r Ellorr- W Fwrnr'

end and then
Inch from thesopened ,

fill the can with water. Place a I 1 1 l eLl ++ s, : S_ Canal Point, Fla, SU rC lyF .

saucer or tin pan with, a slight qsEI

:flare over the tin and then turn

the two over so that the saucer'

will be on the floor on the brooder'

,or pen. The water! will seep out

fast enough to meet the chicks

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