The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00942
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00942
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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FlightsRAF I Of N. African Campaign,


officials at Riddle Field have I. S. Bell, city marshall received a

announced the deaths, due to accidents IN 17 YEAR GROUPOrders message Monday that his brother,| DRAWS NEAR CLOSE
r i: while on training flights Lieutenant Hoke S. Bell U. S. Army

from Riddle Field: Clewiston, of chaplain, was killed in action. The

with Cadet Forbes M. Robertson, on to double April's enlistments message from the War Department As the longest harvest season in
Elbert L. Stewart, together 'I
,.April 24th; and of Cadets Mervyn I to meet May's needs for the I contained simply the notification to the history of Everglades production
-49 co-signers has introduced a bill and Dennis H. Washeron received the family that the chaplain was I! of
H. Thomas Coast Guard were today j sugar cane is drawing to a close,
in the Florida ,legislature to' establish April ,28th. (May 1)) in Miami by Gunner H. A.I I killed in action on April 10th. |I I officials of the United States Sugar

., the sixth congressional district Funeral'services were held and Wessel recruiting officer, seventh I Mr. Bell knew that' his brother, a 'I Corporation have completed plans to

" In South Florida placing in it Hen-: interment made in the British ceme-, naval district, from headquarters.Fifty Methodist minister 'before enteringthe immediately plunge into the annual

tery; at Arcadia. Officers of the 17-year-olds were enlisted Army was in the North Africancampaign overhaul and ,repair work at the mill
dry,. Hardee DeSoto Charlotte Lee,
and had been under
field fellow cadets and local under April's quota by.the Miami re- heavy and on all farm machinery, and equip-
Highlands,, Okeechobee Indian River friends attended each of the fu; cruiting station. This means that fire. Although forbidden by the I ment. '

Martin St. Lucie Palm Beach nerals.In openings are available for 100 youths Geneva convention to carry arms the "At the completion of the harvest

and Broward. compliance with military reg- during May.Applications. chaplains in the army have moved i season sometime during the month

Another bill on redistricting was ulations press announcements of the will be accepted from forward to the front lines with their : of May," said Jay W. Morgan, vice-
and give their lives while
;: :, introduced- by Rep. Warren Sanchez deaths were not made until after within the limits of the seventh men ministering many to their fellow-soldiers.I'president and general manager, "we

'J of Suwannee County and calls for confirmation of the notification of I naval district. To keep expenses will have registered the longest grind-

; the sixth district to include Nassau, relatives in England down for out-of-town applicants ing season in the history of sugar

:" Duval St. Lucie Putnam and Flag- I Gunner Wessel has made arrangements making here in the Everglades.

".;,; CANNING WORK TO Therefore, the work of overhaulingand
ler, with a, reshuffling of several whereby physical examina-
'\,',:: other counties in to different disc INSECT CONTROL IS tions will be given in the applicantshome repairing all machinery at the

', _tricts. territory. Men found qualifiedwill mill and all farm equipment and ma-
.' CONTINUE AT CENTER chinery will begin at once. There
;- The house committee heard proponents have their transportation provided I
... TOPICOFDR.WYL1E'STALK I will be no cessation of work and
: 1-' : of the two bills but ad- to Miami where enlistment will !I
'' be temporary layoffs as in previous
journed without taking action
" I years at the close of Those
': on them, as the chairman said"We'll keep from delaying enlist- crop,
L', TO KIWANIANS who are now employed by the
discuss the bills at a .later ments, the recruiting officer has corpor-
ation will be given the opportunity to
meeting." asked applicants to provide the fol-
I Canning Center at
,'. continue steadily through the
summer -
Representative Stewart spoke Dr. W. D. Wylie entomologist of lowing when contacting the local ofjfice Hooker's Point will begin its can ."

-(' for the South Florida bill and said the U. 'S. Sugar Corporation's research -! at 90 ,N. E. Second avenue, ping schedule Saturday. The can-
:' Although there is prediction
\;' it would t not disturb the home counties I staff, was_ guest_ speaker at I Miami. ning, unit will be open on Tuesday I I to the actual date .closing of the as

:. ','' of any incumbent congressmen the local Kiwanis meeting Wednesday -I 1. Full name, place of birth date I'II'II'lof Thursdays and Saturdays. This will mill, the harvest is entering its final

',0 : and would not change the geograpical evening. His subject was the ( birth and birth' certificate or be the schedule for the current sea- I period. A sudden change in weather

... lines. of the 2iid 3rd and 5th control of various insect pests. 1 photostatic copy of birth certifi son,. unless popular demand'of the conditions might cause a sudden
:, districts. cate. patrons would warrant a' change. !
Dr. Wylie ,gave a' short descrip- change in plans.
: The state has five 2. Full of father if The unit is free and operi to the
now I districts tion of, the different types of measures name or fath-I "It is the"intention of the corpora-
with the sixth congressman elected used;n the control or suppressionof er is 'deceased, then full public for their home ,canning needs. tion to continue to grind cane as longas

from the state at large last year insects. These were chemical legal Guardian.' I The actual canning is under super- weather conditions will permit and

.., when population .increases entitled control,-use of insecticides and repellents 3. Name of last school attended I vision of Mrs. Dorothy Lowe who the sugar yield in the cane makes it
: Florida to another member in Con- is in charge' of the unit. Due to the "
; mechanical and' physical location, and date of last school term feasible to continue the harvest saidDlr.
:;:'.. fact that this is a: cooperative community .
gress. The present congressman-at-
'o' ; control; cultural control, which includes attended. J Jr Moran.
0' ,, ::,,; large is Lex, Green of' Starke. j war effort and is under gov-
the altering;' of ordinary [ 4. Height, weight and color of | By the 15th this section is usually
ernment regulations, at least five I
,; Chamber of Commerce officials farming practice to destroy insect'hair. experiencing'some heavy rains. Should

," -','\,t:,' in the first district telegraphed 'op- \ pests; biological control or the en- 1 The recruiting office will provide) persons canning, will before have it to would be interested warrant in 1 rains occur. heavy enough to delay

position to any form of reaistrict- couragement of the, numerous natural field operations much
, applications, give instructions regarding the as as a weekit
opening interested
plant. Anyone -
a ing, saying the measure should wait enemies of insect pests; and would bring the to 'end
examinations an
physical and in this crop ,
taking advantage of meth-
: ,till after the war because ,the population legal control, referring to measures will forward complete,' informationof it was pointed out.
i od of food conservation should con
is increasing so fast in Flor- such as quarantine laws: etc.,
:' ida that by the election the many Coast Guard schools tact Mrs Lowe or M. H. Sharpe local -I Working under the same adverse
next the. Dr., Wylie showed in vials, samplesof which help men in service advancein teacher of vocational? agriculture.The I circumstances common to all industries
state might be entitled to additional
.,,- I larvae; pupae and "adults of the rating and are of benefit in civil \ under present world conditions,

,;,, ,'" ',J..,,a.:'".i;congressmen to be'dOlrE,:. O and Z..4 the 3iT job-".,'/would{ ..' ," .,have.' parashes''e1ri1tnsect sugar ,'caIe"' '" borer and the'control.various. He .life' after the. _- ..."war..: -- .. ,- ,s;,_',, _: cooperation canning, wjtitjf unit the,was Rural built...Wr in 1 forth the corporation'every .effort has;,tcMiarvest continued to' put

Production program and 'is under" the
answered ;A. number of questions'. New Manager Takes possible pound .of .sugar to aid the
supervision of the local teacher of
,Rev. Montgomery To ,Be lating tcr the particular problems of nation throughthe war; crisis.
agriculture. For the ,securing -
several of the. members who ,are] independent Plans for the harvest festival,
Over ,Hub Chevrolet and construction of the unit
Chaplain In U. S. Navy; cane growers. though somewhat changed in nature
,credit must be given to the effort
Particular placed on I this will the usual '
emphasis-was year carry galaspirit
of the people of Hooker's Point
.'; Gets His CommissionThe the, moth borer, because it has proven I Bill Collins of Miami Beach ar-I Clewiston, the County Commissioners -I throughout the Everglades

the most destructive of sugar cane lived in Clewiston this week to the U. S. Sugar Corporation and plantations. It is expected that defi-

pests. A fairly comprehensive discussion come manager of the Hub Chevron/ others. nite announcement will ;be made in a

Rev. John N. Montgomery was given of the work; that let Company, local automobile deal few days concerning the festival date

.. minister of the Clewiston Community has been done and the progress madein ership. : and 'plane.
.s Church has been accepted as a various J Board Receives List -
the control of this pest by Mr. Collins has 16 of ex'periJ,
? chaplain in the United States Naval workers. years
'I Reserve and will leave shortly for ence with Chevrolet Motor Company Of Accepted MenThe Committee Repeats
with II At the business meeting it was an- ;behind him, He: is a native of 'Kentucky -
: duty the Navy.
: nounced, that members. of the 'graduating and operated two dealershipsof I Plans For Use Of
, : : Mr. Montgomery came to Clewis- be guests of the clubat
classjwill) his own in Erlauger in thatI
.- Hendry county selective
.,- ', from top a Miami little where more than he had a year ago I the next'meeting. Rev. John N.I state before coming to Florida sev-I vice board has received reports on Community CenterMrs.
as *
announced that he will 1
Montgomery. eral years ago.
I the eleven selectees who left Clewis.
: assistant i
First '
pastor at the
leave for active with --
;. terian j I He has been' in Miami for six I ton in the April 15th quota for Camp
[ During his year here: the chaplain corps of the Navy, hay,I I I W. C. O.wen. chairman of the
he has been years and was recently manager of Blanding and service in the armed
largely responsible for I ing received his commission this. Community Center committee, has
the the Beach Chevrolet Company, of forces. I
progress which the
week. requested the News this week to
Church has made Miami Beach. In '1938 he was a Of the eleven six were accepted,
and for the large i repeat the plan which has been
: I member of the General Motors DealI three and two ,
number of new "members who have rejected are as yet un- worked out for the'use of the Community -
:' become affiliated with the church.Mr. Company Officials I Planning Committee.Mr. reported" having transferred "to other Center. '

Montgomery has also been I) Collins is a progressive busi- boards. Accepted were M. C. Doke,

named honorary chaplain in the I Make Festival Plans ness man, whose long experiencewith A. W. Sias W.'A. Davis, Jr., and R. The room Center'committee is in charge of a

RAF and has served in that capacity Chevrolet will make him a D. Horn of Clewiston; James Sum- Community to

at, the British Flying Training Department heads 'of the United valuable manager of the local dealer- ner of Felda, and Levi Warren Porter vited to na'me a member. It provides
hosts and hostesses each Friday
School at Riddle Field here. '' ship. a transfer from Moultrie, Ga.
States Sugar Corporation were busily
Elmon Ellwood evening for the young people of the
.; Several weeks ago Mr. Mont- making plans for the harvest Rejected were
the is to
community so room open
', gomery volunteered his services festival for 'Census Is Estimated i Trowbridge, Jr., of LaBelle, Curtis
'. as sugar company employees them on that evening for dancingand
Harold Fountain of Clewiston and
> chaplain in the armed forces and as the ,end of the longest i recreation.The .
.' .- has passed all physical'and other harvest in history ,draws near. On Ration Book Count I I Leon Walter Warren a transfer from i
is also available .to
,, f I Dublin Ga. room
examinations required., This week The customary barbecue' which the :
. townspeople for week day
he I I use every
was commissioned Lieutenant company has each year given to all Florida's civilian population has i
during the day and always onIon-
tr.. (j.g.) in the U. S. Naval Reserve and employees and their families cannot\ !Would Have More
t will passed the two million mark for the J diay evenings. Requests must be
report within a few days for be held restrictions
this because of the
year first time the weekly business i I made in advance for the room on
assignment on meat consumption.The review To Lose Than Gain
of the Florida State Chamberof I Tuesday, Wednesday sand Thursday
harvest festival, always 'a gala-
::,, Small Millage Will Be 'occasion in 'the Everglades, will be Commerce's research division re- I evenings. ,
events planned in the spirit of the ported yeste 'day. Estimates based I HOLLYWOOD.lay 5-(FNS)- The committee has permitted Ride

: ,Shared With Towns occasion to celebrate the successful Book Two in March 1943, placed the Terming the so-called "emancipation" I dIe Field'c dets and other service-

conclusion of a season of cane Branding state's population at 2,084,500 an bill for married women, recently -d men to have the exclusive use of the

: I and sugar-making but will be in increase of 10.4 per 'cent since April, introduced. the. legislature, I I I room on Saturday and Sunday afternoons

1940. a "delusion and snare," Ello Jo and evenings. It will also
The board fullest
of county commissioners cooperation with the effortsof
agreed that Clewiston and LaBelle as the government to conserve food Between- April 1940 and May, I Etollberg prominent woman attorney -!I be available to them on Tuesday.

-4; incorporated towns inside Hendry supplies. Complete plans will be an- 1942 the state's civilian populationis of Broward County, warns Wednesday and Thursday evenings

county were entitled a certain percent nounced next week. estimated to have increased by I Florida married women that they (these being Open Post nights) except -

of the millage set aside for maintenance 60,895, or 3.2 per cent. The gain in have more to lose than gain should when its use is desired and requested -

). in, the Road & Bridge fund., New Clerk In Ration the ten months between, May, the bill pass.Present by local 'people.

This is for the year 1942 and each and March, ,!943, was larger 1942'1 I laws Miss Stollberg Any group wishing to use 'the
:. : tf the two towns will, receive a per Office Begins WorkMrs. 414, or 7 per cent. points out suit, protect married women !I Center on any Tuesday Wednesdayor
against on contractual obligations -
Thursday evening should notify
In' general, greatest
growth was I I
: J centage of slightly 'more than' nine- recorded in :the metropolitan such as debts bills, notes and Mrs. W. C. Owen, chairman, phone

}, tenths 'of a mill Vhich was set for the accounts, and they would lose such notice
\ J. Kenneth Rogers has been ties. During 'the three-year coun-'I I 74, in advance'so that may

'; ". county. County Tax Collector R. N. accepted by the local ration board to Dade county gained 13.8 per rights under the bill. I II be sent to Riddle Field.
I "By becoming a free dealer a woman -I
,4 'Miller was instructed to prepare the fill the position of clerk in the local Duval county 21.8 per cent, Hills- I 1 I The cadets areery appreciative
operates as. though
figures. for payment. ration office which Mrs. E. C. Mills borough county 10.9 per cent Pinel-1 I I now of the use of the loom as a lounge
1 'I and can handle her own real
'" now holds. las county 23.8 per cent Orange estate'j I' and recreation center. They under

1 : The plywood, used in, the air Mrs. R. 'C. Nowling chief clerk in county 14 per cent, Palm Beach I'i nature while husband to sell his, must, and have the _bill gives stand that on week-day evenings local -

*| 'freighters ranges" from the office, has resigned i and expectsto county 11.2/per cent, Escambia people have the prior claim to
three-ply no rights not now available by: free
move to Tampa shortly. Mrs. Mills county 27 per cent. Bay county the room and that they may use it
t. in leading skin edges .to nine-ply will move up to the position of chief showed the greatest per cent of increase I dealership woma'nshould," she states. "Every mar- then only ,when it is not otherwisein
ried be opposed to this
-' in the center panel. cleric and Mrs. Rogers will become from/20,686 to .36,736, a gain I use.

clerk. Mrs. Rogers went into the of 77.6 per ,cent.' I legislation which offers_nothing 'and

Pay for Waves: and Spars in most 'office this week as a voluntary worker Greatest j Joss was in the general j The Jacksonville naval air station Farmers of Florida are soldiersin

cases equals 'or exceeds that paid a to begin learning the duties of the farming areas Levy county losing Tuesday graduated its first classof the same sense of the word as

j ,-. majority o women in civilian life. position. 28.8 per cent, I fighting French sailors I the soldiers on distant battlefields."THE .

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Men Who Go Down to Sea \

UOR In Ships-for Victory FoodIn i5E1REI

W EA ON quaint fishing towns off America's many coasts men who _

""""' ,' -. following their forefathers on the sea find fishing a booming By VIRGINIA VALE .
are armed forces consume more than half of all the Released by Western Newspaper Union. Newspaper Man Stuff:
Washington, D. C.
PAY-AS-YOU-GO frozen ,fish in the United States. THE Hollywood telephone So here's to the gallant reporters,
to be An even greater: amount, 80 per cent, of the mackerel and was phoninghis The boys' with the pencils and

the Although chief topic food of was discussion supposed at the sardine pack is consumed by the report. "Yeah, I fixed it; pads,

recent White House conference with armed forces. In addition: ci- cord was chewed." Pause. Those cool imperturbable calm in-

farm leaders, actually Foodczar > vilian requirements have in- "Yeah, chewed. No, not a disturbable.

Chester Davis did his best to sell creased as housewives, faced dog-a lion." Pause. "Sure I Nervy, inquisitive lads.
the President on pay-as-you-go taxa have Each time that we pick a
with a meat shortage, said lion. Pause. "Look, I up paper
tion. He proposed it as. an anti- Their marvelous deeds should
inflation measure to drain off surplus turned to fish as a main course haven't had a drink all day, bless; we

income and ease the work of incometax alternate. and I said a lion chewed it.I'm Those bold
reprehensible brave
payment on the average citizen. The fisherman's job is not an at Jinx ,Falkenburg's house." indispensable *
"We have simply got to come to He grinned. "Yeah, I knew you'd
to the normal
Added Sensible
the food easy one. lads of the pressNewman ,
it, Mr. President, argued understand. The cub, a present to
chief. "It was unfortunate that pay- ;: t hazards of the sea are the submarine Jinx from her brother, Bob, has Levy.

as-you-go taxes were given a black menace and the difficul- since then taken to sharpening his

eye by the Rumi plan. But pay-as- ties resulting from material] teeth on the piano legs. The Co-
you-go taxes should go hand in hand fishermen lumbia star of "She Has What It City editors are like those you see
shortages. However, in the movies .
with rationing to prevent overspending. Takes" says that's perfectly all I They really are
." continue operations despite new right, if he sticks to piano legs. Cynical, indifferent and inces-
The President didn't commit himself perils, striving to equal former ----r---,, santly so-whatty Ask Jim Bish-

definitely, but indicated that he "' 7 xn to},).> '>01 ......J; production records. Pola Negri, who years ago was op, one of the Mirror's nimble newspaper -
if i windfalls sleuths '. Jim was a witness -
favor plan
would a pay-go one of the head glamour girls of the
to the wealthy, as provided for John Riberia, captain of the fish- ''''''_''''''I'!>:''' ,', ,'" n'g/ .;t 7. silent movies, is returning to the to this incident many years ago

in the Ruml plan, were completely ing trawler, Old Glory, kisses his screen in the United Artists film, It was one of those lovely tid-

eliminated.Ed wife before leaving for the fishing "Hi Diddle Diddle"; she'll play an bits that brightened a dull night .
O'Neal, president of the Farm I grounds of the Massachusetts coast. operatic star, the wife of Adolphe Out of the nowhere came a stranger
Bureau federation, and Ezra T. Ben- loosely waving a pistol "I wan
son, executive secretary of the Na- Fishing trips usually extend from na see the Fish and Game editor,"

tional Council of Farmer Co-opera- four days to a week.. he said softly, "very important" .

tives, also took up the cudgels, Certain varieties of fish are appearing (And so Bishop brought him to the
O'Neal contending that taxpayers ''Fish and Game man "I just
the markets for the first
wouldn't be able to meet next year's on %dpj18r killed my wife," began the fellow."I .
assessments unless the pay-as-you- time, and New England fishermenare 'i trussed her in a trunk and thenI

go plan or forced saving wer hauling in large quantities of yt % v/i,. tied up her boy friend in a chair
considered useless and then I set fire to him. I always
adopted. rosefish, a variety
liked, column I thought I'd
your so
G.O.P. Watching Chances. five years ago. Picture at right give the "
"I've made a poll of taxicab drivers shows heavy nets sliding down Oldglory's .p V you scoop.
and they are all for it," said Bishop and the Fish and Game
O'Neal. "The great majority of the I side, where rosefish are being editor took him over to the city editor -

American people feel the same way. I sought. This species can be Now this city editor is one

They are against windfalls but they .,:aught only in daytime. of those guys who wouldn't blink if

feel they won't have enough moneyto .., Rommel walked in and brought Hit-
pay their income tax paymentnext -- ler with him-and he was irked .
year. If the administration "I'm busy," he said, motioning to
his assistant across the slot .
doesn't take some action on this, the
Republicans will steal the ball from dIIf1t The murderer was told to repeat his
you." POLA NEGRI story to the assistant city ed _. .
He ''took a deep breath and rubbed
"That's Mr. President,
role from which Menjou'sreal
Menjou, a
his face, which was scratched likea
chimed in Benson. "The farmersin I
wife Veree Teasdale retired
overwhelmingly ten cent ruby As he unfolded
my organization are" ; because of illness. Martha Scott
the details he kept yanking chunksof
a pay-as-you-go pro- role. Animated
has the leading sequences -
wire and from his pockets,
gram. I think labor is, too. Leon the rope
by Schlesinger, and waving the pistol The city
"Maybe you're right, respondedthe will and
film cartoon creator, begin
Davis editor never looked up from the copy
President. "Chester (to ), end the picture.Nineyearold .
I suggest that you talk 'this over y he was studying, except to stifle a

with congressional leaders." John Donat, son of butt.
The conversation then turned to Robert Donatt makes his film debut "Now,, with this rope," said the
farm distribution and the President in "This Land Is 'Mine," starring killer, I tied up her boy friend. And
drew on his sown experience as a Charles Laughton and Maureen with this wire strangled her lovely

farmer to" illustrate the difficulty .., > O'Hara. John breezed through, his I throat. And here is the pistol, you
"little farmers" are having getting .a, can see for yourself that one bulletis
lines, and between takes sat high on
their crops to market. a stepladder, reading a comic strip missing" The indifferent city
"I used to raise 100 barrels of aj. h magazine-stayed there until Direc- editor, who was still occupied with
pies every year on my Dutchess C yw tor Jean Renoir called him down, 'the dummy of a page', looked up and
county farm in New York," the said to his assistant: "Hey. ThinkHere's
from his perch to go to work again.
t? 0 rir "
,, '
President said. "I also raise some ;" anything to this one?

apples on my land in Georgia." David Niven returns to the screen

Apple Competition.The a, rf r aQ "i after a two-year absence in "Spit- This actually happened recently in

President grinned to Albei. fire," the British-made Goldwyn production one of the editorial offices There

Goss, master of the National Grange <. which will be released by had been rumors again that a shake
who hails'from Washington, the biggest V nnnon.m RKO Radio. A major in the British up was taking place and that heads

apple-producing state in the Muscles strain as husky fishermen of Portuguese descent pull nets or army, he was given leave to co-star would roll < One morning a

country: "I'd stack my apples up. board the Old Glory. Their haul is rosefish, once called "goldfish" because with Leslie Howard in this picture. stranger sat at a desk in the corner
against those you produce in Washington ---E--: and answered the phone when it
any day." of the brilliant color. After testing Hollywood stars by rang and when it wasn't ringing, he-

"You're getting out of your class, ,. ..",.-. ._,. _, ..,_'" : the dozen King Vidor has selectedan just looked around at everybody .
Mr. President," smiled Goss. "Have unknown for the important role It gave the staff the screaming jitters ..

you ever eaten a Delicious?" of Brian Donlevy's wife in Metro's Nobody knew just, what-
"You win, Albert," chuckled the "America." She's Ann Richards, he was there for and all were afraidto

President, "but ,the point I am try- who arrived here from Australia on ask Finally, one feature writ.
ing to make is this-little farmers the last boat to leave after the bomb- er engaged him in gab "What.
like myself, and the same 'goes for ing vof Pearl Harbor. is your job around here?" .he asked

all other farmers who don't have --; "Oh, I don't work here," was

the advantage of co-operatives, Little Margaret O'Brien,'who stole the reply "Well, then," queriedthe
have encountered a lot of difficulty the honors in "Journey for Mar- other, "who are you waiting tc

marketing their'crops and getting garet" and did the same thing when see?" "Oh,"said the stranger*
their money since the war began the "Screen Guild Players" did a "I'm not waiting to see anyone. My-
? '
because of the transportation prob- Q' dramatized version of it on the air, friend works in the advertising de..
lem and other ,factors." won Jack Benny's heart when, ask- partment. I'm his insurance agent.

"Don't you think the government ing him ,for an autograph, she said He told me I could use this desk.
should step in and buy up apples and she'd seen him fall into a lake in a
other products that have been run picture. "That was with Bob Hope,"" '
ning into distribution troubles .and said he. And'Margaret replied "Bob The reporters down at Police-
store them in the warehouses?"" the Hope? Is he a comedian, too?" H'quarters are the most colorful, we
President asked Goss.ult would -7, think They "live" in a shack

take a lot off the market and help Red Skelton's been having a swell across the street from the gold braid

many little farmers who are hard time, working at Ebbets Field in I cops Life is a game of pinochle,
up for cash." "Whistling in Brook- a brass bell bonging a second

Helping Little Farmer."I Shown above is a typical pier y..Jfx:14:ry "1.f.1 'E. 1i r lyn"Brooklyn; every on member of the famous alarm, a slip boy and shuffling address in or witha a
suicide's name
don't agree with you, Mr. Pres -- including Manager Duro-
hand on the docks at Gloucester, from the city desk to
phone call
ident, replied Goss.uI think the in the picture. Five
way to protect the little farmers is Mass. This port, a famous fishing Immediately after being caught rose hundred rabid Dodger fans sat in check on a rumor out of Washingtonthat

by continuing the agriculture department -. center for centuries, ships thoufish are shoveled into the hold fr the bleachers for some sequencesand the Nazis are invading Turkey out to
'support price' in ice. what's got paid for it! But what we started
program sands of tons of fish. packing more,,,- that the kid who brings the
Farmers say
if .
can get along they are
the niteside reporters -
assured that they can get fair prices The crew members are up at dawn and n ;.F">:Y',:: Y ----- The quickest way to become a I morning papers to bawled out by one
there was .
and a decent break' on priorities for put in their trawl for the morning catch. k:."' i:.;' J'v star on your own program is to doa of them. The boy had forgotten to
machinery to their Vallee's Thurs-
produce crops. I ,4 u guest shot on Rudy
,. rJ > Times for the irate man
don't think the government should ,' _'y';'ri%1--7 m:7"'U;."''I'U'., 'M/,.' :%' M1 : ''.,,\;?iitiA .> ..... .t day show. During the past year leave a and
% .r said he was sorry
buy up and sell farm products when ';h/ ;dt/ % Y .O."n f'yir'r '4hirr ', +1 he's presented Groucho Marx, Billie The kid very again .
it wouldn't happen
there is no necessity for it." Burke and Ransom Sherman, among that "
not barked reporter.
"It better ,
The President meditated for a moment others. Now Marx stars on his own
fish home
"You know I bring a every -
and replied: "I guess you're Saturday night program, Sherman What the hell am 7
right at that." recently launched a new series, and morning. "
The meeting also thrashed out the Billie Burke will have two air shows gonna wrap it up in?

question of price ceilings, Ed O'Nealof going during the summer.
the Farm Bureau and Albert Gossof --f--: I My favorite newspaper man story -

the Grange contending that if rationing That new "Salute to Youth" program always was the one about the vet-
were tight enough it wouldn'tbe has just about everything radio eran editor, who on Christmas Eve

necessary to have price ceilings, fans' can want. There's WilliamL. gave these instructions to a cub .
that rationing would automaticallytake White, war correspondent; Ray- "Now I want you to go down to the
care of prices. Justice Byrnes, mond Paige and an all-youth orchestra Bowery," said the boss, "and dig up
Chester Davis and, Jim Patton of ; Nadine Conner, Metropolitan some human interest about those
the Farmers Union argued to the Opera star; Berry Kroeger as narrator poor unfortunates. Jot down how
contrary. The President decided and a guest war worker. With they enjoyed their Christmas dinnerat
with them. most of the cast in their 'teens or the mission. Then after you

His order shortly thereafter putting early twenties, the programonNBC cover the Salvation Army feast for
p price ceilings on almost every. Tuesdays-is a salute to youth, the poor-bring me a couple of hot.

thing was the chief result of the fro'f..}. ,t' by youth dogs."
meeting. I

Departments Whizz By

:=.d '- -l': THEY WERE = 'PAIGcc It's Interesting to Watch

; E- .
'E : Desirous of bucking up business:

= 'XPENDABL the proprietor of a large .department .

.1 ;=;::S- Mt J .. ponTS ,l1 store" engaged an "efficiency

by L I expert, whose chief delight wa
'- WHITEFOREWORD W.N.U.FEATURES \\\\ : changing the departments round.

building and mdi'h One day a section would be al
Spanish ,
that pretty theory in a war is an- thick-walled Admiral Rock- the top of the building; the next
other story-we lost every spare mo- when I got there, Released by Western Newspaper Union.
command at Ca it would be in the basement or
\ --- well who was in
when bases were ,
In the tor our his chief of desire to start ,picking where the restaurant used to be.
: This story was told me largely with four vite, and Captain Ray, THE pen- -
Motor Torpedo "Each boat is armed Dawn After three weeks of this old
officers' quarters of the staff, were already dressed. winners burns all the more an
Boat station at Melville Rhode Island, torpedo tubes, and four 50-caliber was just beginning to break over brightly this year because, in our ,lady approached a worriedlookingshopwalker

by four young officers of MTB Squadron of the machine guns-firing in pairs from Manila Bay, and the Admiral was opinion, it probably will be the last and asked if he could
all that was left well
3, who were As for armor, ,
squadron which proudly sailed for the each that. The first watching the sky 'They, ought to opportunity to make selections on tell her where the hardware. department
Philippines last summer. A fifth officer there's a story on of be here any minute,' he said. And the major league races until after was.
with the Japs one
" Lieutenant Henry J. Brantingham has time we tangled crouching then he told me to prepare, my six the war. "No, madam," he replied
since arrived from Australia. our machine-gunners kept boats for stations. They were the "but if stand
behind the shield which rose war Much has been said about wearily, you'll here
'" These men had been singled out from down of his going to send us over to Bataan at chances for a wide-open scramblein for a few minutes, I'm sure you'llsee
America because under the guns.,
to noses
the multitude for return just
the naval base in Mariveles Harbor, due to the it by."
General MacArthur believed that When ,it was over we asked him both leagues, largely : go
the MTB's had proved their worth In ; why he hadn't stood up to fire. just opposite Corregidor. inroads of the draft. But it is be-
warfare, and hoped that these officers "I was prepared for, the war, said coming apparent that the lines are
could bring back to America their actual 'Hell,' he said, 'I didn't want to Kelly, the squadron's second in command clearly drawn. Confining this week's MINOR.SKIN "IRRItATIONS
battle experience, by which trainees get nicked. I was crouching down tall blond lieutenant with blood-curdling docu-
a history-making,
. could benefit. that Then we had to AND
behind armor. about
I quick blue eyes. "I'd heard ment to the National league, we MOOLE
Their Squadron Commander, Lieutenant tell him that shield wasinch ply- orderswhatthe commissioners
the secret operation with the betting -
John Bulkeley (now Lfeutenant-Com of eyes, agree
spray-out your
wood-keeps .
would do under any and the Dodgers
mander) of course needs no introduction fleet that the.Cardinals -
... as he is already a national hero but it can't stop anything the Japs three eventualities, so the night before are the teams to beat. When the soldier talks about "the
for his part in bringing MacArthur out might send. I'd over to the Army and
islands last gone And further than that, the Cardi- skipper" he means his captain
the ,
'. of Bataan. But because the navy was "We went out to Manila and put aboard ,
.:;. then keeping him so busy fulfilling his fall. I was commanding officer of Navy Club at charcoal-broiled filet nals will be the National league en- the head of his company. And

..' \ obligations as a national hero, Bulkeley the squadron-I'd picked every offi- the thickest could buy there, plus try in next fall's World Series. that's just what the title "captain"means.
' had to delegate to Lieutenant Robert from vol mignon I It comes from the Latin
in the outfit
and for
Bolling Kelly a major part of the task of cer man French fries and a big tomato with Our complete selections "
: word
" rounding out the narrative. I think the unteers-told them we were headingfor Roquefort dressing, finishing off with senior circuit-which are as ridiculous "caput" meaning "head.

reader will agree that the' choice was trouble. brandy and a cigar. I figured I'd as anything thought up by a Another' leader high in the Army
wise, for Lieutenant Kelly, in addition to "On my way back here last week, them to remember. tortured imagination-follow: man's favor is Camel cigarettes
being a brave and competent naval officer I had a few hours in Honolulu, and at least have ,. 'they're first choice with men in
has a sense of narrative and a keen the boys were still talking about "We spent that first day fully National League. the Army. (Based on actual sales
for significant detail, two attributes manned anticipating a bombing at Louis 5 New York
ere: but how they'd been surprised, on December 1-St. records from service men's own'
which may never help him in battle the boats were dispersed -
Five of
tack. 6Pittsburgh3Chicago
which were of great value to this book. 7. I don't know why they I about hundred 2-Brooklyn stores.) When you're sending gifts
) Ensigns Anthony Akers and .George E. should have been, because they got I along the shore sixth a 7Boston4Cincinnati from home, keep in mind that a

Cox Jr., also contributed much vivid the same warning we did in Manila. 'yards apart-the was pa 8PhiladelphiaThe carton of cigarettes is always most
detail. That war was maybe days, perhapseven trolling. All day we corned beef Vienna Cardinals were the best club welcome. And though there are
As a result I found when I had only hours, away. The only with food-cans of and in baseball last season and it is our' Post Office restrictions on pack- .

,. '.' finished story of that a single I had not squadron Just the, but adventure in the thing that surprised us was that it .canned sausage potatoes, -vegetables don't laugh, at opinion they are still the best in ages to overseas Army men, you
still send Camels to soldiersin
What other team can
background the whole tragic panoramaof than ricecannedfruit their league today.
the Philippine campaignAmerica'slittle that, it's better can boast of as strong a pitching the U. S., and to men in the

Dunkirk. fruit, coffee I staff? They have Mort Cooper, Ernie Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard

'; We are a democracy, running a war. / "I saw the first planes about noon White, Max Lanier, Howard Pollet wherever they ,are.-Adv.
If our mistakes are concealed from us, ; 3 < flying out over the bay. At first I and six or seven others who are
they can never be corrected. Facts thought they were ours, but after
are frequently and properly withheld In about a minute our shore batteries good. They can afford to lose fouror Y 1 I ap
! a' war, because the enemy would take coming over five from this group and still y
:. advantage of our weaknesses If he knew opened up. They were have a fine staff left.
'. them. But this story now can safely at 20,000 and of course immediatelywe
be told because the sad chapter is ended. 1.t shoved all our boats off and Durocher SpeaksLeo
The Japanese know just how inadequate / ( .. out into the bay. But we heard noth- 1
our equipment was, because they destroyed Durocher, as usual, 'doesn't
ing drop.
0.; or captured practically all of ltv "Of course there were all kinds of agree with the findings. According to

,, I have been. wandering in and out of rumors that Zamboanga 'and Leo, "the Dodgers
wars since 1939. and many times will have a
down in the southern -
the sad men come Davao,
: have I seen young
., out of battle-come with the whistle of had been taken. Also that lot to say aboutit. ..

flying steel and the rumble of falling l'i our navy patrol planes had gone up And we'll say .; '.
walls still in their ears, come out to to Northern Luzon to intercept Jap it with high-class ; n And he's right! No need to pay big
.' the fat, well fed cities behind the lines transports gathering off Aparri pitching and a '/.' ,.. :h money when GROVE'S A Bi and D
the complacent citizens always ..... M Vitamins 250 for
where heard aircraft flock of base hits.I .d-F cost only over twoweeks'
there. We even our :
choose from the newsstands those papers supply.The larger size is even
skirmish been surprised and tak- think we have ., >.:;K/
whose headlines proclaim'every tenders had : more economical-only $1.00 for
) as a magnificent victory. en, but that one proved false. every bit as good ;.ili..t. ;},f.tJ; over 10 weeks'supply. Each; capsule.

And through those plump cities the sad "About three o'clock orders came a chance to 'winr1tt0..', supplies of your essential daily Vitamins protective A requirements and D

young men back from battle wander as Ig 1 Fiyf from Squadron Commander .Bulke- the ueN a ,- plus famous ,Bt. Unit for unit you
strangers in a strange land, talking a ley to send three boats, 'under my a pennant r\:...:. : : > can't get finer quality.Potencyquality .
which the .
grim language of realism Cardinals ;:: ::. ..
,. command over to Mariveles on Ba- as the guaranteed
citizenry doesn't 'understand, trying ,
smug Today start taking ,
to tell of a tragedy which few enjoy taan and report'' ,to the submarine,I have. ,,Leo Durocher GROVE'S Vitamins! ,
hearing. tender there for: .. food,' water; and Durocher admits '

These'four sad young men differ from torpedoes,' and to remain on the that St. Louis gets the edge in GROYE

those I have talkedto in Europe only In ready-available to go,_out and attack speed. But he isn't giving anything

'. ;," that they'are Americans, and the tragedy anything ,he ordered us to. By away to the Cardinals' pitching
they bear witness to is our own five o'clock we cast off. We had staff. He can point with pride to + / ry
,, failure, and the smugness they struggle trio
... against is our 0\'complacency._ some passengers-- to deliver at Cor-J Wyatt, Higbe and
: "' 0 / regidor, so it was eight and plenty won 45, games last year and Leo
dark'' before we were 'outside the figures them for closer to 60 games

,\ CHAPTER I mine fields, feeling our' way into this season.
Mariveles. We thought we knew One issue can't be overlooked. .Although Three Things

;. .: "You don't understand," said the those mine fields, but in pitchdarkness 'the Cardinals look better go- Virtue from and heaven Hope, and surround Love, like the
' light ,
.; young naval officer, "we were ex- \ f f1lt hil( ll t11! with the 'mine-field lights : ing in, the draft may.change the picture world.
' :,. He earnest as : turned off and of course no lightson in a hurry. They are a younger
: pendable. was very
officers' \. JWtJillf our boats now, it"was somethingelse team than the Dodgers, with greater
: : : he lolled on the bunk in the "
quarters of the torpedo station at :# 1-14r again. speed and snap. But don't overlook A. VEGETABLE
"At this point the army took over. this-those extra years may

'.: -i. ', Newport who, along had with also the just other got out three of "They expect you to stay there They heard the roar of our motors come as a big help to Brooklyn with Laxative
/ officers ,
killed or captured. it Jap planes. boards lookingin ----i--
until you're and thought was, the eyes of the draft <
... the Philippines. Searchlights began winking on all the general direction. youth For Headache,
I admitted I didn't understand. was Pearl Harbor that got the first Bataan feeling into the sky Sour Stomach
attack not us. over The Chicago Cubs are due to trip Jr 1TeHepf :Hand :Dizzy
"Well, it's like this. Suppose for planes-our motors were echoing quite a few prognosticators who S Soells when

you're -a sergeant machine-gunner, "We'd been following the negotia- against the mountains ,on Bataan, up can't see them finishing better than c 'I caused by Con-

and your army is retreating and tions. We knew we needed sixty so they couldn't tell where the noise their sixth place of 1942. The point I ": 1j1 stipation. Use

the enemy advancing. The captain more days to, put the islands in was coming from. Every artillery has been made that the Cubs haveas it only as directed.

takes you to a machine gun coveringthe shape for decent defense. We need- post for twenty-six kilometers,around good a pitching staff' as there is p 15 doses form

road. 'You're to stay here and ed ,planes and tanks. Most important went on the' alert, and for a few in the league. only 10 cents.

hold this position,' he tells you. 'For of all, at least half the Filipino minutes it was a question whetherwe
how long?' you ask. 'Never mind,' army had never had a uniform on were going to be blown to hell We can't go along with this. Cooper I

he answers, 'just hold it.' Then you until a few weeks before the fighting by a mine or by one of our own White,. etc., with the Cardinalsare

know you're expendable. In a war, started. They needed training, and shore batteries. too tough. The Cubs top hurlersare

anything can be expendablemoneyor Washington knew this just as wellas "But finally we snaked through, Derringer, Warneke, Passeau

gasoline or equipment or most we did, and of course didn't want tied up alongside our sub tender and Lee. In their prime it wouldbe High Jumpers

usually men. They are expending war. and then its skipper delivered a hard to find four greater stars. Kangaroos can leap. over fences

you and that machine gun to get "But now for a little geography. piece of nasty news. Told us he But they are no longer kids. 'In 11 feet high.

.;" time. They don't expect to see ei- Here's Manila Bay-a big beautiful had orders to get under way just fact, their four careers add up to i I

, ther one again. They expect you to harbor twenty miles across. At the before daylight, out to sea-didn't a total of 55 years-an average of

stay there and spray that road with far end is the city of Manila, and if know just where they were sending nearly 14 years each harness.. W/5afle

steel until you're killed or captured, you were suddenly put down there, him-maybe south, maybe the Dutch In 1942 these four Cub stalwarts cl
holding up the enemy for a few min- you'd think you were in Los Angeles, East Indies, anyway, he wouldn'tbe won 53 games. It isn't impossiblethat l\ aches and pans

\( utes or even a precious quarter of until you noticed the faces of the back. they may be good for 60 wins RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

'::: an hour. people. At the mouth of Manila Bay, "So then the fun began. Therewe in 1943. But they will need better .

\ "You know the situationthatthose the upper lip is Bataan Peninsulaand were-no base, rations for only hitting support than they receivedlast

few minutes gained are worth the lower one is Batangas, with ten days, and a big problem in how summer.
the Rock-Corregidor Island-a hard we were to live ourselves and what
.\ the life don't of a mind man it to until your army. So little pill between the two lips. And 'in hell we would do with the boats The Case of the Reds
you you we are stationed at Cavite, the big when the planes came over. In ad-
back here where people waste hours The Reds for are an unpre-
American naval base on the lower which were almost flat
dition to we have been
and sometimes weeks dictable team. They
and days .,
friends give side of the bay, about halfway'be- out of gas."Pretty. for berths ranging from first
when you've seen your picked
tween Manila and the harbor's began finding '123-SmanSlzo I III GOt
minutes" soon we through sixth. They finished Large Bottled not tra 0
their lives to save
mouth. some of the answers. For instance place Their chief loss 111 ODD DHOS STORES it IT Hill n ncilpt li|rut|
"Look, never mind about that," "We're under orders of Admiral just around the coast from Mari fourth year. Lamanno who McNEIL DRUG CO,Inc.S30 .
Catcher Ray Florida
', ., said Lieutenant John Bulkeley, the Hart, who is Commander in Chiefof veles in Sisiman Cove was a native was went into the armed services. Their I Broad Street-Jacksonville.

senior officer. "People don't like to the Far Eastern fleet based village-practically abandoned except main acquisitions are Eddie Muller I

hear about that. I've learned that there., Only how long will we stay? for a few families-about twenty Braves' spectacular shortfield- :
in the week I've been back. Let's Because as war drew close, rumors nipa huts in all. We moved in Nashville
Charley ,
r. start at the beginning. And first a began to fly. and took over. A nipa hut is a little er, and 'J

word about us. "The night of December 8 we were contraption-single room with star.With
"We four are what is left of Motor all asleep .in the officers' quartersat thatched roof and sides-up off the Philadelphia safely Braves Kills
Torpedo Boat Squadron three. Last Cavite," Bulkeley went on, "when ground four or five feet on bamboo last place, the Pirates,

fall there were six little boats-and,, my telephone rang about three in stilts. Under it ,the natives keep and Giants are likely to finish under PH IS

about a dozen men to a boat. Each,I the morning and I first learned the their pigs and chickens. The floor is 'I a blanket. '
one is a plywood speedboat, seventy Japs had struck at Pearl Harbor." split bamboo, and never very tight, Mel Ott, capable manager of the One ounce makes six gallon
] feet long and twenty feet wide, pow- "When they shook me, I didn'tbelieve so the crumbs and small pieces of Giants, will get everything possibleout of aphis spray...Full directions

-, ered by three Packard motors which it," said Ensign Akers. He'sa garbage dropped on it can sift down ,of his team, but it's going to be: ; on label Insist on

can send her roaring over the top tall, dark silent Texan. "I was into the pigs and chickens. In one hard to get along without men like ,factory scaled packages.
kidding. I just said of the hut is a sandbox, and Hal Schumacher, Johnny Mize, Harry TOBACCO riooucn i CHUUUI u ,
of the water about as fast as a Packard sure they were corner 'j;a automobile ever gets a chance to I 'It's a hell of a time to declare on this sand they build a fire for Danning and Babe Young. New I ,MNTUCKT

travel on a highway. So fast, in war,' and rolled over." cooking. There never is a chim York will have hustle and some good

fact, that those motors have to be "The message said I was to come ney-the smoke just goes out the pitching, but too many big guns are

changed every few hundred hours. on down to the Commandantia," windows or through the floor cracks.TO lost.

They should be, but what happens to continued Bulkeley. "It's an old i ( BE CONTINUED




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,would'stimulate ... .'. . ... ............ ................ ...... !....'"..................................,..
example ... .
Clewiston News a very good ...,............................. ..H!. . !. .' .". ir'. .H. .-. .-. .. \ While increasing, the pay of our:
The the neighborhood t. live up to 'i. school teachers would not entirely
I it. They have one sugar plantation X"TOO solve our child delinquency problem -

Published every Friday In Clewlston, there, where the manager is a Quaker, :i WYJI.:4 LATE TO 1\\ It would certainly help, for
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS that is most beautifully run. He, be-: .- next to the parents' themselves the
inc. \ ing a practical Quaker, told me that teachers have a greater influence
he did it that way because it paid :;: CLASSIFY :i: over our children' than anyone else

KEATIILEY BOAVDEV Editor him." .We have already lost too' many experienced -
.1 This testimony certainly gives the and valuable teachers, and
Corporation a "clean bill "of
Sugar y
i unless we show some appreciationof

Entered as second class mail matter I' health" as to the treatment the suggestionthat of its :y;: t;,\, By RUSSELL, KAY :!.: their workand effort we stand to
In laborers and prompts ..
February 1, 1927 at the Pest ; .. : lose a lot more. No one can blamea
under the Act of of these and the other
Clewiston, Florida in view .i.
Secretary Florida Press Association teacher for
such work
:: up
(March 3, 1891.Subscription considerations mentioned, it would be s! __ .
'r< ,
conducive to the war effort as well as : [ ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..";.w, when she can find more pleasant.
employment at twice or three times -
Rate $-.00 I'er Year. matter of simple justice to a great staffs -
a While those who are economy Teaching: : are shattered. Classes the salary. ,
AdTcrtinlng Rate. On Application. productive industry for further the Department minded may consider this a poor I In some schools have had as manyas This problem of juvenile delin
of Justice to drop prose-
time to be talking about appropriation four or five different! teachers (Continued
on Page 8)
cution of the so-called peonage\ case. increases that will run into the since the term began and others report -
welfare -
to the advancement and
Devoted Tribune.
of Clewiston and Hen: ry County. -Tampa millions, the bill of Representative a teacher replacement of as
Collins of Sarasota, while much as 60 or 70 percent. One
i iI. Jerry
I .............................................................................................:............. \ calling' for ;more money, 'deserves school that began the term with 35 FOR SALE
I. consideration as a sound investment'teachers has already lost 20 of them

NATIONAL EDITORIALQnWASOCIATION- rather than an expense.He ,I and have resigned to take better Good Income Property
RAMBLINGS asks for this money to provide I j'jobs in defense' work or offices '

I| j By B. B.. increased pay for school teachersI i I I where the pay is ,higher and the Nine room house on" Ventura -:
3 school TEACH-:[work less difficult. '
W ... ... ............................................................ not 'SCHOOLS, but i
......................... . . ....:....:... .:. ERS. And there is a lot of differ- I I School teachers; underpaid before Avenue. .Five bed
-I I I Seldom indeed does happen, that ence. If such an appropriation is' the war, are now in a sad plight,. with
the closing of the sugar harvest and made and it Is safeguarded''so that[i increased living costs and heavier rooms. Lots of built-in

Producer Is Justified the closing' of school fall so closely none of it will go for anything but|: duties because of the acute teacher, I

together as this year. The sugar the purpose intended, it would prove shortage. They deserve CO I\ cabinets.,.- Thomas M.
Is ending later than usual and constructive legislation and should!I i tion and. unless they get it, 1Sidera-\\
United crop I.
Indictments against of Flor school will close in the same ,month. go a long way toward meeting a1 I we may' find ourselves burdened Boals, Box 7308, Clewis-
States Sugar Corporation situation in this state that, is become' i with a lot of fine school buildingsand .

ida's largest of industrial labor, charging enterprises the company and- Mrs. S. P. Slonaker suggested to ing downright serious. I' equipment and nobody to man\I ton, Fla. tfn I

employers and four of its employes with, us this week that she would like very Juvenile delinquency is a majorproblem I i such facilities.
dismissed by Federal much to see a Service Mother's Club in Florida today and prom-
peonage Barker, were because of the illegal organized in Clewiston, and the idea ises to get much worse unless firm
Judge the Grand Jury which seems such a good one that we won- steps are taken to check it. ,Much .

make-up the of indictments. It is possible der a dozen people haven't thought as we may dislike to face the ugly -
for the case to be brought to the of it before. facts, recent surveys ,show appalling NOTICETo
attention of another Grand Jury, if They have so much in common- conditions, not in the larger centers
the Department of Justice decides to these Service Mothers-and there are alone but in many of our smaller Landowners in Everglades Drainage District .
continue the prosecution.It so many things in which they takea I communities as well.

is estimated that a trial of this special interest. Mother's Day Parents in many instances!: neg- The Everglades Act which became law June 3, 1041, COn-
case, if other indictments are returned week-end seems a particularly happy lect their children. Schools, inade-' tains the following provision: '
will require at least six weeks. time to make such a suggestionand quately manned, often with young
The Corporation is manufacturing an we certainly hope the thoughtwill and 'inexperienced teachers- find SECTION 15 (i)-This section shall remain in full force
important wartime product. Its oper- become reality before very themselves hard pressed to help im- and effect for two (2) years from the date this Act shall
demands the fulltime service of prove the situation. become a; law and at the expiration of such two (2) years
employe. If _long.You Service Mothers who are feel period then the fee simple title to all lands against which
its officers and of every 'Teen age boys and girls are found certificates
without there remains outstanding any tax or
to lost these days your
many of these men are compelled. ing so working in ,establishments where tax liens, shall become absolutely vested in the Board of
attend a six-weeks trial, it is evident Service Son with you wouldgain liquors are sold, in spite of laws intended Commissioners of Everglades, Drainage District and every
that the output of a product badly much from such a group and wouldbe to prtvent such practice. right, title or interest of every nature or kind whatsoeverof
needed will be reduced. Furthermore able to contribute much ,to it.i Children have been found to be victims the former owner of said property; or any one 'claiming -
the trial will call for the attendanceas I Several of, you get together and get of venereal disease in both by, through or under him, or any one holding any lien
witnesses of innumerable govern- it started: We're sure the idea is I grade and high schools. A recent thereon shall cease, terminate and be at an end, and the
ment officials. At a time when ,the such :a fine one that it will only needa discloses that 25 Board ..of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage. District
I welfare survey shall be authorized and empowered to sell the said lands as
the organization
is essential to con- little start to get
utmost manpower I school lunch
girls, working: in a high provided by law.
ducting the critical affairs of the underway. II room were given Wasserman tests

war emergency this would constitute I ., and four reports were positive. This :Notice Is Published_ for Your Protection.
a serious impairment of government Mother's Day approaches and will Discipline ,in many schools is at
service. I find many mothers ,without their I' a low ebb. Pupils fail in their work Everglades 'Drainage District

We do not, of course, presume to go j,sons with them for the first Moth-' and drop out of school for lack of
into the merits of the government's! er's Day in years. They will bespecially I proper supervision and attention. :
case against the Sugar' Corporation,I, lonely on that day, we _
---------- ----- "
but, from this distance, it ,appears to I know, but with the loneliness should w -

have stemmed from complaints made I come a sense:. of:,deep pride in their\

by 'a group ,' of disgruntled negro offspring. Every mother knows her 1

. laborers, probably agitated by negro boy is the finest son in, the
organizations which pretend to be world-and she is! right, WhOle\\

devoted unselfishly to safeguardingthe She knew it all the time but it may i
interests of the colored race. We have taken a war to make others FI?

do know, however, from the record,,; realize it. Our boys in service are' Still Available
that allegations of mistreatment of its the finest in the world and we have

employes by the Corporation have I every right ,to be; proud of them. So
been fully disproved by .co competent to their mothers, we say this: Every
testimony, given before two Committees Mother's Day your heart swells with

'of Congress. Authoritative wit pride in your son, but.this 1943 Mo-I
nesses' before both these bodies cer- ther's Day you have the nation and 11j2iOh ti
tified to the excellent working and the nation's heart ,with you. I
living conditions maintained by the I I. *

Corporation at its Florida plantation. 1 Up in Tallahassee Elbert Stewart

One of the most positive of these has been working quietly on a bill O

witnesses was Mr. 'Mulliken, who is that has been on his mind for some / .---
the head of the ,Sugai Division of the time-that of providing a new con:

Department of Agriculture, who told gressional district for the state to f

the LaFollette Committee: I take care. of the 6th congressmanthe .
"The standard of'- living of the state became entitled to as the .
sugarcane' workers employed by the result of the last census. Mr. Stewart ,
United States Sugar Corporation is I "was of the opinion that this was
higher than the standard of most other lone of the most urgent things to

agricultural workers in the contin- j come up before the legislature this

ental area. The seasonal migration I year, as redistricting is urgently I i1IiiNIt:,
of cane labor, to Florida does not appear needed. He and 49 other represen-
to present any problems except I tatives have introduced and are .

possibly that of controlling the supplyso I working for the passage of a bill to I : A. "
of .
that the maximum amount A. '
I set up the new sixth across ". ,
employment is available for the )'ear- i the Southern part of the state. So I -- ..' '
'round workers and for those who I far the legislature hasn't. agreed on "

are employed only during harvesting.The I anything about it, but the bill has -
company should be ,able to regulate merits that warrant serious attention .I--- hiI
the supply of labor to achieve I of the legislature, and with 50 4
this end. ,On the whole
sugarcane i moreof
co-introducers we expect to : ,
workers in Florida constitute a relatively '
\ it.
privileged class of 'agriculturalworkers. *
." '
Clewiston is about to lose one of
Other witnesses testifying to the
its fine pastors to the
same effect were Dr. William T. Ham, I
service, and while it is with regret
Field Agent of the Department of
that we bid farewell to John N.;
Agriculture, before the same Committee -
and John Beecher, Supervisorof Montgomery, who has served for DAVIS Baltimore PAINT S-
Florida Migratory Camps of the more than a year" with the Community of
Church, we feel that he has
Farm Security Administration, who I
gone to a more urgent service and
told the Toland Committee that the
thoughts best wishes and
our pray

"outstanding squalor States Sugar of,negro exception Corporation villages to is,the which the general United provides -I\ ers There go with is no him.finer" work anywhere\ ',1 _-, ;'.... '. still readily available and eager to makea -,' :,.:,',-','.._. '

I than that being by the .chaplains -
free, sanitary housing to all itsyearround t
of the branches of -
and most of its. seasonal '
help." our armed forces. Our boys in service better home for you.BISHOPWILSON .- \ .
need them, and the chaplains
well r
Another very known witnesswas f
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, who have measured up to their difficult

spent three days at Clewiston, person- tasks. Chaplains are carefully
chosen and must be able to qualifyin
ally investigating working and living I
conditions, obtaining her information more difficult tasks than that of LUMBER- CO
civilian pastor.: Mr. Montgomeryhas
direct from the negro Be- _
fore the Toland Committee Mrs. passed these qualifications and

Roosevelt testified: I has been, commissioned a Lieutenant wRE PHONE 88 "
"The lowering of the standard of \I j (j.g.) in the United States Naval .
Reserve. He has received his call '
is serious I ,
living a very thing. 0 !-
.think.. You haven't been in Florida, to servlge and expects to leave with- Clewiston Florida.barp. .
but there is some migratory labor in a few: days.If .

there, too, and a good deal in the
Everglades. Last year I went in to; every man, .woman and
.. ..1 child,in the United States lays
what the government camps were .
see doing and I was struck by one very: t be aside about$100$13,000,000,000 the aggregate or will the .' (' .r' ::._.._..__.___._.: -_ .::. :. __.: ,:..._:_._ ..... ,.-.... .

curious thing.: I have always thoughtthat amount the Treasury must

raise in its Second War Loan.

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Mrs. R. C. Nowling left yesterday I IN signmcnt undoubtedly; awaits him ,- .d

to spend a few days in Tampa with ... ..N.N..N.N.N..N..N.N'.N.N.N.N.N.N..N..N..N.M..M..11..M;....N..N..M in some air base either home or
Mr. Nowliug. The Nowlings are 1 abroad where he will assist in keep: Buy More Bonds

[[ Personals ] house-hunting in Tampa y and Mrs. I ing America's Flying :Fortresses: in

111\ Nowling a short expects time. to move there within With II I I the air, for Allied* *victory* ..

II Homer Lee Hanchey; whose real FOR SALE .

I '' Miss Irene Forsythe of Bradenton, I home is in 'Fort Myers, but'who
'. :. Bob Ahern. is visiting his parents returned Presbyterian missionary from Our worked here for Clewiston Motor Good Income Property
In Sarasota for a few Boys
," China several here this \ Company several months before entering -
'."...",...' --- spent Nine room house on Ventura
service is. Lieutenant Hancheynow.
;-' spending a week, speaking at the Community I II'
", Mrs. C. S. Waters He received his wings and A v C 11 U e. Five bed
: :
. and In,' Church on Sunday and at other.meetings -
,',' Arcadia few ;: I I II Alabama, an advanced flying
--=-'- j I -- cabinets. Thomas M. Boar .
his ,
school. During flight training
Mrs Roscoe Brerton and Mis.: i I Mrs. T. E. Markette to meet went her to West husband t ( Service as an, aviation cadet, he was given Box 7308, Clewiston, Fla.
business tripto Palm Beach Sunday I ;
." .. Harry Hansen made a : from Schen- III all types of combat instructions, including -
who was returning I ..
,:" Fort Myers Thursday. i I ectady, New York. Mr. Markette and I II and high aerial altitude gunnery missions, night which flying "

month's, Joe Garcia vacation left this with week parents to ,spend in I left spent Tuesday a short for time Fort in,Myers Clewiston where he II N......N N M.N.M.NN. ....1...NN. ....N1. ..N.....NN. .1..N.N.H.,.:::'t equip' him to become a vital member' Florist Agency '
school. I of the United States ,increasing air
Vermont is instructor at the gunnery Flowers delivered here at
Montpelier, I I .I arm. Lt. Hanchey is on furlough arid ,no
, .','; -- I Hooker I Lynn Yoder, Coxswain U. S. Nary is ,visiting his mother, in Fort Myers extra cost. Other towns, anywhere -
.' '_': .-' Mrs. E. C. Mills and Mrs., C. H.:: Miss June is leaving tonight who has been stationed at Solo1 and will then be sent to. Randolph in U. S. ,add only cost of
-."."., Berner were business visitors' in i' for Jacksonville to attend the I II Creek, near Washington, D. C., Field, Texas, where he has been 'assigned telegram, ranging from 20 to
I the Radio
graduation exercises at 55
Fort Myers\ Thursday. I an Easter furlough granted'him.. He as instructor. cents
:: ." school at the U. S. Naval Air Station -': was joined by his wife in Miami and *: :MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN

Mr. and Mrs. Roger M. Weeks I where her brother, J. D. Hooker, I they came to Clewiston for a visit Western Union Office
; the week-end in Moore Haven will receive his commission as third with Lynn's mother, Mrs S. J. Yoder, The Lucky Dogs this week are: I
spent FEone
Day 82
ofa I Mutt Waldron, home .on 10 day fur' Night 2791
class petty officer completion
and'11rs.. W Weeks. upon
visiting Mr. T. and sisters, Mrs. Cecile Brooks and .
, in aviation radio. lough from Naval Air Station at .
I ,, course Miss, Marian Yoder. Other sisters I
Miami _
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Yoder of Moore and another brother came for Easter '
George Bestor, home on 10 day
Currie arrived Monday
Haven were visitors in Clewiston Eddye Sunday and the family had a happy
: leave furlough from Camp Seibert, Alabama -
night and spent a three day ,
Sunday. reunion here. Lynn's furlough was
here with Mrs. Currie and their shortened and he received orrlrs to I DRESSMAKING, ALTERING,
: I :
; I Lovvorn. Mr. Currie ,just J. B. Brantly, home on his first
',. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dyess spent the l daughter, I report back to camp so did not get BUTTONHOLE MAKING :
from the U. S.
week-end in Moore Haven with Mr.and completed a training course I all the visiting"In 'that he had ex II III furlough I
i' Homer Lee Hanchey, who receivedhis '
I 'Mrs. Raleigh Dyess., Seymour Johnston transferred, 'at.camp'j i pected. Like all our other boys commission AND a furlough, Mrs. Inez Pope ;
Car., and was I Lynn looks as though the -Navy: life
'Range. visiting .his. mother. in Fort Myers. :Millcrest l
Park Bombing
Mrs G. E. Crow, Jr., and daughter Avon .I agreed, 'with him. Passenger Deps a
.Billie' Sue, 'are spending a few days I *. (next door to Bill Allen's)
in West Palm Beach. The Rev and Mrs. ,H. C. Meador Junior Waters has just completeed A letter that we are most happyto
: I and children spent the week-end in his course of studies as aviation reprint comes from Luther H.

:Mrs. G." E. Ween ff spent the I! Fort Pierce as guests of Mr. and mechanic in the Army Air Forces I Lowe, who has been in the navy fora II'

week-end in Okeechobee with rela i Mrs. Kirby Hayes. Rev. Meador,I Technical ,Training School at Ama- long .time, and who writes some

tives. I who was ,pastor of the 1935-3'8.1 rillo Field, Texas; and 'a new 'as- of the things that have come to' our I
Baptist Church there in mind and to our attention, too. RENTAL HOUSESof

; ', G. E. Wenzloff has returned from I preached the dedicatory sermon at Ii "From reading the Clewiston 'News I

w'; i-'!; .. a two weeks' business trip to Chi-I special services held Sunday after- mother more than to know' you were every'week it looks as though I am Mrs. Viola Stone's Estate are '!

:::, '- cago and other points in the Midwest. noon, and preached again at_ the at God's house on the day set aside about the only man in the service in charge. of Mrs. Jewel Hooker..
/ Two vacant.
from Clewiston that hasn't written
in honor of her. Come worship with
t Mrs. R. R. Hooks and Miss Renee BRIDGE. CLUB ACTITIVIES ,us at every service tomorrow.The you. SEE MRS. HOOKER
r' Wethington spent the week-end in I Training Union is rapidly "There are a few things I would concerning them.

w West Palm Beach and Fort Pieice., Mrs. R. M.. Hare,- Jr., was hostess I I growing and especially among the like to say. Some people might have

to members of her bridge club ,adults. :We are glad to see, so many the opinion because some of us 'fellows -

t<" Mrs.. Howard McNeece of Delray Tuesday ,evening. A surprise baby I mothers and fathers taking an interest are stationed in the U. S. A.

Beach the former Bernice Guthrie; shower was given after play, for Mrs. : in training themselves for 'bet that we. have it very easy: We are

spent several clays visiting in Clewis- Curtis Thompson. When refreshments ter Christian lives. doing the work now in three days Johnson's

;. ton this week. I were served the ,hostess placed W.i\ M. S. business and program I that used to take a week. We are Fish CampNear

M 1 a miniature stork at the honoree's meeting will ,be held at the chinch thirty miles ,from the nearest town ( Hurricane Gate)

Mrs. Glen Etherton and daughter, plate and .distributed favors of Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 p: m. 'All to make a liberty in. The serviceman Clewiston, Fla.

Glenda Sue, left yesterday to spend small candy cups fashioned like ladies are requested to be presnt.: doesn't get any more gas than, Boats and 1Iotorsu Service ,

;. Mother's Day in Tampa with Mr. baby pants. Refreshments were PRAYER? Did it ever occur that the civilian. We don't have the opportunity t ... Rates Reasonable

'and Mrs. F. 'R. Maxwell. V cold cuts. potato salad, Iced tea and I it is the thing that ,will 'do more-in to ,go out .and look for it I W. H Johnson, Mgr. '

crackers. helping to win the war than anythingelse. on the black markets. I ,
: Miss Juanita Erler has accepted I Attending were Mrs. A. 0. Oliver, Let us consider it a privilegeto "On the average they have more

i employment in the clerical offices at Mrs. R: J. V Lee, Mrs, Buxton, Mrs. assemble freely and call upon our (rainfall here than any other placein
the Boca Ratone Air Base and has Foy Durrence, Mrs. A. W.: Lawrence, God for help and, worship. through the U. S. A. It is very convenient J. M. COUSE :

"gone to that location to live. I Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. J. V. prayer. to work in. I ,have seen it rain Counselor and Attorney at Ta\i

Francis and- the honoree,_ -Mrs.' Cottage Prayer meeting: on Thursday :. for two weeks without stopping. Hopkins Building
Lou 'Place'and Dennis Racner are Thompson.-*- .3***:*"' --,' morning at--the dome of Mrs I "I like the .Northwest very 'much.

leaving tonight for their homes in W. R. Broaderick at 10 a. m. If I don't go back to Florida to make Wednesdays and Saturdays

- ;;-r Vincennes and ; ,Indiana for Mrs. Otto Larsen entertained my home, it will be in the state of I 9:30 to 4:00 t
r,, a short vacati members of' her club Wednesday I'' COMMUNITY CHURCH. Washington. j ", i

afternoon at her' home. First prize John N. :Montgomery: Minister "I want to thank you very; ,much
X444 ; Mrs. J. W. Moore and Miss Florine'I':j was won by Mrs.C' J. Nielsen, and l for sending me the Clewiston News.

- ? i .: Moore spent the week.-end in Se-, second by Mrs..., F. Deane Duff. 9:45-Cluiich School. ) "I will, make boatswain mate, first

- bring with Mr. and Mrs. ,J'. willisMoore. : Others attending were 'Mrs. F. E.iConklmg .I I'I. 11 : 0011orningVOrSI, ip. Subject .\class, the first' of May.:" $5.00 REWARD .

,, Mrs.. R.C. 'Wilson, Mrs. ,, "Mothers of Yesterday and To V i
I 1 J. 'E. Beardsley, Mrs. N. V. SJMumfoid '. day." .1 'Ve'are' glad that Luther brought, !for: return of two lost automobile -:
:R. Hooks Miss Nee j] Owen and out of those about C I
Mrs. R. ; Mary Mrs. W. ..,C. 6:30-Junior' Chiistian Endeavor. some things jI j
'E { = ley, Mr. and :Mrs. T. E: Markette I Mrs H., A. Bestor. _. 7:30-Evening ')Worship: 'Subject,'I I servicemen stationed right here in !' jacks. One a
' : were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs.j, "Taking Hold of God." [our' own country. They are 'doing I '
. Ruth Wilcox in West Palm 1 Beach 1 BAPTIST CLASS HONORS' I -,Vn welcome- -all who have -rio;;their part.. and a =hard part> it is too. floor __, roller jack;. the

:('" TEACHER WITH SHOWER chinch home in the' 'community' to =just as: fully as the boys who 'have

" i' \ Richard Knight, son of Mr.:. and] worship] with regularly.. Thoseof II gone .abioad.. It's up to them to ,be I other a 10-ton J hydraulic

:1: '.;'. \ :Mrs. R. H. Knight, is recuperating at The Women's- Bible Class of.the I all .denomitfations are welcome. trained_ to step into the' other fel,-

,(_* ," the local hospital :from an Baptist Sunday School met for its Mothers' Club will ,meet Thursday ,low's place next trip and they never ; truck jack. Barney
" ;1 tone performed Friday. 'appendec-I business and social know what's to be assigned them I :
I monthly meetingat I evening at ,8:00: in, the Community ,iI '
:,' -I the home of Mrs. Fred TopperMonday 1 Building. All mothers_ of pre-school ]!nest. They, have to be really for. it. 'Thomas or Gulf Service
..:'i :, J. E.- Taylor left yesterday for;', evening. Mrs. E. M. Cor-: I age children,' are urged to attend. *, ,

,.J ,-'" Buffalo,.New York, to join Mrs. Taylor -.: nette, president, was in charge of tile I Choir ,will practice Friday: evening I J., D., Hooker will be a proud lad, ,Station.CLEWISTON. _
1 : and their baby in a visit to rela-j' meeting: I at 8:00 in the'church. .- (Continued on Page 8) 'I \

: J :" tives. After a short devotional given, by I The session has called, a meeting j e

Mr. and'. : Mrs. Arch Hodges, the business ,session of the congregation at the close off" :....... : .... ... .. ................ .. ........ . ...... .. . ..
Mrs. W. C. Hooker : :
' .' "' re-\\ was held and a pleasant social the. morning service Sunday, May 16, ;. :: : : .:NII:IIN:11111: :INN :I:N1:1: : : : : : :-:-: :-: : : : :I:NNNNH: : : :N: :ANN-NN
4- .' turned Saturday from a few
: hour enjoyed afterwards. Mrs. H.
for the purpose of dissolving the ,2 3
2-1 '7' ':' stay in West Palm Beachwhere C. Meador, class teacher, was givena pastoral relationship ,between Mr. I I:_ ;

; :.' : they went on business. '- V I surprise shower of gifts, a Moth Montgomery and the Community I :
) i er's Day Shower" recognition of
,. Church to petition. presbytery to declare :
J. B. Brantley, U.' S. Navy, is I,her fine work as teacher of the class. the pulpit vacant; and to take !I i GOLF COURSE !
'. :('" spending a ten day furlough at home I The hostess served cake and Russian the necessary. steps looking to the'I :_: :

.. <,,. .. '- with his parents, Mr.. and Mrs. W., L. tea to Mrs. Meador, Mrs. Hodges, calling of another pastor Mr.' y
,", '\ Brantley.Mrs. I Mrs Earl Peters, Mrs. Fred Sikes, I Montgomery! will enter the Naval Reserve -

:. I Mrs. Ben Bolton,' Mrs. Clarence Krueger Chaplaincy in, the next ,week.or,1so. :!: ,-' ,- ::
", .,- Robert Speei\ left Tuesday:I Mrs. R. L. Marshall, Mrs. C. M. ..... ...
.- for Fort Knox, Kentucky, .to spend Allen, Mrs. G. F. Phillipi, Mrs D. Evening services will be discontinued ::: I ::
- ;: :: a few days visiting Corporal H.. H. Lamer, "Mrs. G. E. K nzloff, Mrs. E. at. Community 'Church after -
/ 'I :!:
-V V Avant.
V s E. Kelly, Mrs. Paul Bussey, Mrs. (\ this Sunday until, further notice. '
Fred Dunaway, Mrs. Leon Bembry, :: ': The 'Number of Golfers Is 'SteadilyIncreasing ;
'," ,: .- ., Mrs. T. W. Griffith and Mis.i Mrs. H.' J. Roath, Mrs. Heine Anderson (YOUNG XVOMFA'S. OROmHEARS I ". ,..
f' //'t. ; '
Anna Farnam of Canal Point visit-I Mrs. W. A. Montgomery, Mrs. -
,, .-; :";" .. ed Mr and Mrs. L. J. Pape Satur-. T. L. Taner, Mrs. M. A. Thomas, :!:, .=:=

'< day.---- Mrs. J. H. Richards, Mrs. W. R. The newly organized' Young Worn- .;. .v:.-
: Broaderick, Mrs. F.. E. Chalker and 1 -
ens Group of the Community Church 't. '
..' V." -. Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., and children,,,- Mrs. W.. J. Robison. met at the home of Mrs Sandy ,Bell, .t. :NN, :":_:":_:_:":":_:_:":": :N:04 t 1::
.,. Ronald and Martha Christine :
,- returned
Jr., Monday evening. After the busi- ; ; :
.:, the latter part of the last PIHST BAPTIST CHUItCIl : A

. .': ..:.> VV, V week from a visit with relatives i in H. C. Meador, PastorV/ ,ness spoke meeting to the :group, Miss on Irene her experience Forsy the :: < / Good Greens { :!:

.' Abbeville, Ga. in China of .. .
,' war-torn. as a missionary : ;
,. -- Sunday School-9:45 a. m. ; -' :, ; t .
the Presbyterian Church. : ::
:: "
I ;
r. George C. Bestor, U. S. Army, i is Morning Worship.-11:00 a. m. Miss Forsythe showed many pictures _;. .. 'I .. . .,. :
V. V; home from Camp Siebert, Alabama, Training Union 7:15 :NNNI:NNN:NNNN:NM:NNI. ,- ::
, p. m. .
of the country and its people, I:: ;
for a ten day furlough with his Evening Worship-8:30 p. m. and the old-style Chinese shoes still I.; _-" -, ,, .... ..',
.' parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. Horace A. OVER THE TOP in Sunday School y
used in provinces and other
;.:, Bestor. next\ Sunday. Our highest number I articles of Chinese apparel. She was :I: :,Meet: Your Own Friends There ;*;
in Sunday School in the history of .
for many years a:;missionary workerin ,
Mr and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumfordand the church has been 167. Next Sunday China and was adopted into a .

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Case have is M ther's Day, and a very Chinese family in one of the far prov- t '

as their guest for two weeks Mr.Case's good time to exceed our all time inces where1* she worked. J : : ,- ..
mother, Mrs. Harold M. Case high in- Sunday School. Let us go After the meeting the hostess .. -. .::.
of Fort Atkinson, Illinois. beyond 167 In honor of mother and
i served refreshments to Miss For- y .?.
mother's God next Sunday. It can sythe, Mrs. John N. Montgomery y
Miss Ruth Middleton, who spent be done, if YOU come and BRING I Mrs. C. E. Gericke, Mrs. Robert West. y
several weeks in ::
Sarasota, during YOUR FRIENDS. moreland; MrsE..: O. Ward, Miss A
which she underwent an operation at Many will not be able to be with Florence Graham, Miss Roberta Spicer A V '

the Sarasota hospital, has entirely mother on Mothers Day, so let us; Miss Muriel :Merriam, Mrs. Rich- :_:: DAILY GREEN FEES ::
t, recovered and returned to Clewiston be where mother ( *
would have us be. ard Heath, Miss Evadene Moree and

this week-end. Surely nothing would please your I Miss Flonne Iooie '. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:-:-:..:-:..:..:..: :..:..:-:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:-:.:..:..:-:--:.




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1 I lose my temper .t

Lesson this dog ;

PETERB. '; j ? He. is so irritTxtir q.

Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. to
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J/p //i $at retl mad--

PEEVEO I think it's
Lesson for May 2
I e stlmvlatln<1.

I Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected fi."I'Aryn!
I ra and copyrighted by International
Council of Religious Education: used bj

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f LESSON TEXT-John 211524.
GOLDEN TEXT-Greater love hath no
man than this that a man lay down hlj
life for his friends.-John 15:13. -
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I Breakfast for a hungry fishermanthat

is what our loving and
v thoughtful Lord had provided on the
(IVNU Service) shore of Galilee. He wanted to talkto CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

Peter, but He knew this was need-
ful first. There are some folk who
HE zE.F / think that following Christ is a dole-

ful matter, devoid of every pleasure. RAZOR BLADES
p J4 ... Jesus never taught any such thing.

/ Here we find Him with a glowing Single .
fire upon which fish broiling, and
[ with bread ready for these hungry
men. It was just like Him thus to
meet in most delightful and satis-

fying fellowship those who serve Secret Detectives make big money. Work
d Him. Draw up to the fire, Christian In home town or travel. New training meth
friends who are standing afar off. SERVICE.! 2910 Lincoln Struthers. Ohio.
You may be so timid that, like the

disciples, you will not dare to call WANTEDWanted

Him by name (v. 12), but if you will
used and rare books old buttons,
will find that the precious
come, you Also
antiques etc. agents: to buy for us.
fellowship will soon warm your ESTES
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I heart.With the meal over, Christ turnedto

( II Peter and in their conversationwe e

I find the latter required to D.-'

I. Face Responsibility (vv. 15-17).
With kindly persistence our Lord
WHERE DID WE YOU MEAN THE brought Peter. face to face with his

NOW-LET METHINKLETS PUT THAT WHAT- EIGHT HUNDREDYpUMAYCALLIT \ responsibility of full-hearted devotionto
s SEE-, / DOLLAR UNDERSIZED Him. Before service can be rendered '

CH MISS O'FLAGE, FOR SOMETHINGOR NUT ORDER there must be a right relation-
COME WHAT'S HISNAME ship to the Lord.
HERE! ? Three times Peter was asked to
M. declare his love for Christ. Such a
/- -/-'f SHIPPED'ON THE 8* public confession was quite in place,

E before the who had thrice denied -
O In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets,
his Lord restored to a placeof
was there are no chemicals no minerals, no
B 9 leadership. The words '"more phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are dif-

than these" (v. '15) indicate that ferent-act different.Purely vegetable
,0 combination of 10 vegetable ingredients
Jesus was asking of him a high
formulated over 50 years ago. Uncoatedor
D measure of devotion. It is no more candy coated, their action is dependable -
:7 than He has a right to expect of us. thorough yet gentle as mil-O

Y lA19"SjtJtalt] The conversation after breakfast lionsofNR'shavtproved.Geta lOtt(!Con-
vincer Box. Larger economy sizes, too.
that morning was a very profitableone.

I One is reminded, by contrast, 1 04 .
OH,THEY PAID IW \ / WHEN i THINK: OF THE that few of our mealtime discussionsare X pZ iAQtc
WELL-JUMP A ADVANCE-THE"" \ ( MONEY I COULD EARN very useful. Many (perhaps
S OM 'EMCHECK WAC' AS AN INTERPRETER most) after-dinner speeches and '"'"' CANDY

COLLECT NO. I .. 3 ,WHEW! conversations yield little profit. Hereis 11"'"R' COATED

T. THE DOUGH! twL *, I DON'T an occasion when such was not REGULAR!
GET YOU! the case. One wonders whether we ar

would not be wise to take the suggestion -
EN and turn our thoughts and

those of'our,dinner guests to spiritual -
To relieve distress of MONTHLY>

O II.things Feed Christ's Flock (vv. 15-17) female WeaknessWHICH

Q We review the same verses to

point out that an expression of loveto MAKES YOU CRANKY,NERVOUS!
Christ means nothing except as
it manifests itself in service. Like Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
WNU Features. pound has helped thousands to relieve -
Peter, we are to be diligent about periodic pain, backache, head-
feeding His flock, whether they be ache with weak, nervous cranky,
the young and inexperienced lambs, blue feelings due to functional
disturbances.-This Is due
the mature sheep of the fold. monthly
or to Its soothing effect on one of
'IS IT NOT We tend to specialize. Even in WOMAN'S :MOST IMPORTANT: ORGANS.
NEARLY soul-winning some give_themselvesto Taken regularly-Pinkham's Com-
TNELVYET pound helps build up resistance
while others
child evangelism against such annoying symptoms.
?. !I reach only adults, and would hardly Follow label directions.Worth trying
think of dealing with a child. Trueit

: is that we have varying gifts, and
O. one does one type of work better

than another. But let us avoid over- RHEUMATIC PAIN
I specialization. Every needy'soul' is
the Need not Spoil your Day-Oil alter I It Now
to we present
a challenge us as Don't put off getting 0.2223 to relieve -
gospel. pain of muscular rheumatismand
PI The word "feed" should be other rheumatic pains. Caution:
Use only as directed. First bottle
the church has
stressed. Here again purchase price back if not satisfied.60c .
frequently failed. Men and women and $1.00. Today, buy C2223.A .
are won to a decision for Christ, and
I then forgotten. Sheep must be fed
if they are to grow. A teaching

I II II I ministry must accompany the evan-

I gelistic effort. They belong together,

II MY and to neglect either is to fail, at Soothing S A LV E

I least, in that measure.III. ANTISEPTIC
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BEFAST1 Follow Him to the End (vv. for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. -
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2 ..' Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville Tens
\ -I, | Endlessly ingenious are the devices -

iy ."'" ) of Satan. He who had sifted
.;, Peter like wheat (Luke 22:31) and WNU-7 17-43Kidneys

\: ? -ii..':;. had rejoiced in the weakness of his

.. ;,> denial of Christ, now saw him step-
ByJ. ping out into victorious living. He Must

,. heard the prophecy of the martyr
Millar Watt :":; death of Peter. So he put into his -

heart a question. Why should he
For You To Feel Well
suffer? What about John? What
day 7 days every
24 hours every;
I was the Lord going to 'do for him? week, never stopping the kidneys filter
waste matter from the blood.
When our enemy cannot trip us up It more people were aware of how the

',WNUI Released ty the Snj (3yadlcl te, acv with temptation to personal sin, he kidneys must, constantly acids and remove other waste Bar-
plus fluid excess
I resorts to the device of jealousy. matter that cannot stay In the blood
Many promising Christian workers without injury to health, there would
of why the
': BROKE THE ICE I Just Dissolved BREAK IT UPI have become useless because they be whole better system is upset when kidneys fall

Two soldiers home on leave were I I have taken their eyes off Jesus and to Burning function,scanty properly.or too frequent urination -
having a chat. ,, .. put them on the persons and workof sometimes warns that something
"But weren't you engaged the last lfo other Christians. Doing a work Is ache wrong., headaches You may, dizziness suffer nagging, rheumatic back-
time we met?" asked one. "What which was difficult and unnoticed but pains, getting up at nights swelling.
happened? Did you break it off?," very important to God, they have be Why using not a medicine try Doan'i recommended PilUt You will the
"No, not exactly." felt the urge to quit because someone country over.Doan't stimulate the function
"Then she ,did?" else seemed to have the easier of the kidneys and waste help from them the to
flush out poisonous
"No." task and receive more recognition.The blood. They contain nothing harmful.Get .
.. ._-.... -,_.......--.." "Well, then-" answer of Jesus in verse 22 Doan's today.. Use with confidence.
At all drug stores.I
"You see, she told me what her plainly states that it is not the,placeof
He-Is this your first plunge this clothes cost, and I told her what my one disciple to judge the course of r

year? pay was. Then our engagement "We women suffer in silence." life of another, nor to gauge his own f a
She-No, I got married in January sagged in the middle and gently dis I "I suppose that's why you never devotion to'Christ by another's placeor

!' _' __ I solved." _. .. permit it to exist where you are." service.

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is the
6. How long period .for
; The
fear and beauty beyond compu- Questions which a patent is granted in the very secure as the air tends to tangerines, dry them in the oven,

tation in every forest tree.-H. 1. A radio wave travels so fast United States? make spices lose their flavor. ,and store them in glass jars. They
G. Wells.A .
that in one second it can circle 7. What is the average numberof give puddings a delicious flavor.

pause, a hush, a wonder growing; the earth how many times? hen eggs to a pound? If a little piece is chipped off e
;, A prophet's vision understood; 2. If a sailor is punished for be- walnut furniture, touch up the Small bits of soap in a thin cloth
In that spell of his bestowing,
strange AWOL where he ? spot with iodine applied with a bag are as effective as a large
' They dreamed, with him, of Brother' ing is put The Answers
hood. 3. The rank of colonel in the piece of cotton, then go over the cake of soap for use in a bath.
1. Seven times. surface with furniture i
HARRISON D. MASON army corresponds to what rankin polish.
The sufficiency of merit is to the navy 2. A sailor is sent to the brig; Next time the steps need paint-

know that my merit is not suf 4. What city pioneered in intro- .a soldier, to the guardhouse.) To keep tacks handy, drill a ing, try painting every other step;

ficient.-Francis Quarles.If ducing music into the public 3. Captain. three-eighth inch hole, two or let these dry, then paint the oth-
schools? 4. Boston, in 1837. three inches deep, in the handleof ers. It takes a bit longer, 'tis
thou faint in the day of I I
is small. 5. What literary work is credited 5. Aesop's Fables. i your tack hammer. Fill this true, but it's a lot handier and the
Scriptural adversity, thy Proverb.strength to a member of the court of 6. Seventeen years. !I[ with tacks and plug the.end with a kiddies will love having to take

. Croesus, king of Lydia? 7. Approximately ten. cork. "em "two at a time."

1 I Smart but Simple Curtains I @ C NT can BUY do more for ASPIRINthat you than St. Joseph

iIeAwhilSelfish Aspirin. Why pay more? World's largest
seller at lOc. Demand St.Joseph Aspirin.

I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII sheers. Even unbleached muslin
will do for those shown. They'reso Two-Ton Bab t

. .. easy to make, too. Thought Literate Fellow"I A whale weighs approximately
:A 4,000 pounds at birth.
ii ? r 1 "What are you thinking of. ?" must find another tailor. This
Pattern 7413 contains all Informationfor
\' : making curtains and drapes in varied "Oh, nothing much!" one reads too much."
styles. "Don't be so self-conscious.." "Reads too much?"
Due to an unusually large demand and "Yes. Every time he writes tome DON'T LET ,

; 11.% ii current required war in conditions filling orders, slightly for more a few timeis pf An antique is something no one he begins, 'On going throughmy CONSTIPATIONSLOW
the most popular pattern numbers. would be seen with if there were books! YOU UP

Send your order to: more of them, but which everyone
o When bowels are sluggish and.youfeel
,. .T Sb aI wants when no one has any. DOUBLY ,SO"Bobbins irritable, headachy, do as millions
: Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. .do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern
82'Eighth Ave. New York Last Chance 'chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
\ Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed,
--Th cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo. "Well, we have exhausted rea- taking only in accordance with package

I ............... son, logic, common sense, and" r directions-sleep without being dis-
justice; what more can we do? ri turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough

s Name............................... "I guess' we'll simply have to relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
liw, I I I JtL FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
I IIII Address ............................. go to law." % and economical.generous family] supply
costs only I

Loudest WailThe Was He Surprised! FEEN-A-MiNT 10*
"Who was that pretty little thing I never discusses golf."

saw you with last night?", "That's remarkable. Why so?".
loudest continuous noise
"Will you promise not to tell my "Bobbins knows nothing about
ever created by mechanical meansis wife?" golf."
produced by the Victory Siren, "Surely, I promise. SHAVE'With SHELBYSHARPER

one of which is installed on the "Well, it was my tai f e." Phone Conversation

RCA Building in New York cityas 'Voice-Hello, how are you this ,
an air raid alarm, says Col- The Real Problem morning? I k1)
lier's. Although operated solely by wondered
Hubby-Have you ever Lady-I'm splendid, thank you. j SHARPER
compressed air, it has a "wail" what you would do if you had Voice-Then I guess I have the BECAUSE
equivalent in power at the'horns to Rockefeller's income? number. ."
the combined voices of 4,000,000000 ,- Wife-No, but''I have often wondered THEY'REj

i, men, twice the entire popula- what Rockefeller would do Her TouchA '/ THINNER

tion of the world. if he had mine.: had occasion to a double edge
parson reprove t .
or single edged
\ I
small .
boy for swearing."If

: you feel you must say somethingjust for lOC
Cinderella Chair Gaily Steps Out say 'Bother!'" he said. "Your
I father doesn't swear, does he?" Manufactured and guaranteed by

With You the Godmotherthe "Oh no, sir!" Federal Razor Blade Co., N. Y.
as Fairy "Well, ,then; if he were working in
the garden and suddenly stepped back-

,<; KEEP your home attractive wards on to a rake which flew up and
. through Spring and Summer LAYERS 0 MARK BOARDS cover in place with stitches hit him from behind, what would he 0
COTTON FOR 18"SEATCUT hidden under Tack "
stripof ?
welting. a
with airy cool-looking curtains. BATTI' S say
Use inexpensive, materials like BASTED TO KEYHOLE wr muslin around the seat, and sew.. "He'd say: 'You're back early,dear*" SNAPPY: FACTS

MUSLIN the ruffles to it. Now, pad the
'..' theatrical gauze, fish-net, other iI sAw, round cardboard; stretch covering The boys in Australia sent us ABOUT

r fabric over it; then sew it in'place this one. A mother kangaroo had I
- ,' SCREWS on the chair. patiently scratched her stomach

Kaiser Appears Guilty i, KITCHEN 1 I three times, but when the process riJriRUBBER. o
: CHAIR NOTE: Readers are writing to tell us was to be renewed a fourth time,
: ". Of Wasting 20 MinutesThe that the new BOOK 9 should be called the she snatched two baby kangaroosfrom
Victory Book as it contains so
many waysto
her pouch spanked them,
-- ,
make pretty things for the home that Stout chains and padlocks bind
:.. story about Mr. Henry Kaiser could not otherwise be had for the dura and said: "How many times haveI each of the four wheels to the
_ 4', who builds ships in record tion. Copies are available by mall post. told you not to eat crackers in bumpers of a Trenton. J.wo-
It In
paid for 15 cents. Address: man's car when she parks
time-his shipyards are reported to bed! the streets at night.It .

- :. have turned out 100 ships, each of wu not until 1916 that the U.S.
'; MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS made its first annual appropriation
The Greater Power
10,000 tons deadweight, in 422 daysis H ERE is how you can play Fairy Bedford Hills New York for Federal aid highways. Good
that he kept a group of Wash-_ Godmother to kitchen chair. Drawer 10 Trying to get a word-picture of :Toads, good automobiles and good
.... ington correspondents, with whom Pad the back as shown here, usingat Enclose 15 cents for each book Britain at war-work, the journalistwas tires modern are motoring.It companion. necessities in
; he had made desired. asking a few questions.
:; an appointment, wait- three of Is generally believed that at
. ing for 30 minutes. When they least layers cotton Name.....:;........................ "You earn big wages now," 'he speeds below 35 mph,tIre blow-
: "'_ :. batting for the front of it and one "What outs whether front or rear are
: asked him why he was so late, for the back. Next, cut an 18-inch Address'............._..........eo.... said to one man. are you not particularly dangerous for
:' he replied that he had to wait half doing with the money? alert drivers other things being
circle of cardboard and use it fora the equal. Another good reason for
an hour for a taxi. pattern for marking the shapeof "I give it to my wife, was keeping to the rubber-saving 35mph.

T "Half an' hour!" exclaimed sad reply. llmltl
one the round seat boards 12th
on or Century Monastery
for stimulated rubber
of the "But surely you keep some In:return for their
journalists. "Why on earth plywood. Cut out the wooden seat growing and collecting activities the
, ., didn't you build one?" rUse and screw it to the chair., Save Crossed Ocean in CasesThe yourself? United,States has agreed to pay
"No; there's a law against it. Southland Central American coun
the cardboard pattern. tries from 33 to 45 cents a pound for
"What law is that? asked end of 1946 least.
until tho
Cover the front of the chair back 12th century Spanish monas- journalist, in surprise. Before government price freezing,
.' : at first next, tufting it with covered but- tery which Mr. William Randolph mother-in-law," was the :rubber was soiling in the U. S. at
tons the back witha Hearst and had "My 22% cents a pound.
CO' LD sewn through purchased shippedto
sign of a still sadder reply.
long needle. Sew the back of America in a specially chartered tf ?
1923 has been sold to {
666. steamer in
TABLETS, an anonymous buyer,for $19,000. Big Moving Job
6 6 SALVE,
U NOSE DROPS Twice this sum was spent on repacking -
COUGH DROP;). I Not SuitedAll I the monastery, after it arrived The Kirov Tank works of Lenin-

Try "Rub-My-Tism"-a Wonderful LinimentIRRITATIONS : in the United States in 10,500 grad was one of the largest plants

cases. This had to be done be- that Russia evacuated to the Uralsin
' the wordy skill of the dealerwas cause the stones had been wrappedin 1941, says Collier's. Its, build-

: lie IR OF called in as he tried to sell a straw, and it was discovered too ings, which covered 400 acres and
broken-winded horse to a reluc- late that it was illegal-for sani- were connected'by 30 miles of railroad I thcTHIS
t1' f1B ,, EXTERNAL CAUSEacne tant customer. tary reasons-to import straw. Mr. track, contained six open- e .

pimples, bumps (blackheads), and'ugly After a trial trot around, he Hearst is believed to have spent hearth furnaces, nine electric steel

'i miseries broken-out with simple skin.home Millions treatment.relieve struck an attitude of admirationand $500,000 on the monastery. It has furnaces, nine rolling mills, 310

Goes to work at once. Direct action aids exclaimed: been estimated that it will cost an- forges, 420 heating furnaces and
healing, works the antiseptic Use
Black and White Ointment only way.as directed. "And hasn't he got a lovely other'$125,000 to transport it from 3,500 metal-working machines.A .
.lOc,25c,50c sizes.25 years success. coat?" its present resting place in a New similar feat would be the mov-

t Money-back cleansing Is good guarantee.soap. Enjoy t3T Vital famous in "Mebbe," said the customer York warehouse to wherever it is ing of the Chrysler Tank Arsenal
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it LAt I I that time he was a Sergeant and sweeping statewide enforcement: which dozens 01 schools sent their
enjoy ,,
Our Boys- I. tiful country; but odd., They has recently received his promotion drive by OPA. Large numbers of investigators bands and orchestras. Last year, the
but personally and quite conIiden-1 I to Warrant Officer. have taken the field to Moore Haven school went to Tampa

tially he'd give a good and bit hunk of'n I I ,Officer and Mrs. Pulfen spent theweelceinl curb violations of ceiling prices by and for the first ,time entered the

(Continued from Page S) sight of a cane field a this in Fort Myers following farmers. Alleged violators are being competition.' At that time,- the or
like ,,
'come Saturday, and we will be proud muck. Townsite was never their marriage returning to Moore apprehended at Jacksonville markets chestra was rated as "superior" in

>of him, too, for on that day he becomes s/ud Bob, even* on* pay v day nights Haven Tuesday. Mrs. Pullen is "arid taken 'to headquarters for ques- the class of Junior High orchestras.

a third class petty officer i in this one. Hc continuing her. school year and will tioning. All orchestras,-competing for the first

'the' navy and receives his diploma Parker Wilson tells who is a lieutenant -. graduate the latter part of the I "Regulations are designed to sta- time were'plac'ed in that class. This
:signifying satisfactory completion of I has a "little" brother and month. bilize and keep ,down the cost to consumers year, since the local orchestra had
recently -
:the course in aviation' radio at the in the Marine, corps officer candi Officer Pullen's home ,is in Glous- of essential food commodities competed before it was' placed in' C
U. S. Naval Air Station in Jackson-I while drilling ," said C. H, Lichliter, state OPA Class which caused it to be judgedon
ville. There's more training ahead of. dates at Quantico, Lt. Wilson he saw.decided :a.' England.! enforcement attorney. "They must a basis of experienced orchestrasand

dD., now and we hope he's luckenough ; face that looked so familiar be strictly enforced." much more rigidly than the. basis
he must know the fellow, she < Too Late:'To ClassifyContinued -:
to take it nearer home. His Under existing regulations, maximum last. year.

grades in Jax have been such that asked him "Haven't I met you" price to be charged for_ cabbage r- -i- '.-i,-..-....jo ,, __ n-.ru-m. _
don't think so, sir, -
he's been given 30 hour leave nearl; somewhere? "I name ,from I'agc 4), by farmers and country ship- NOT I'C Ksur.Anx.AXD
'every week-end but had to stay ian the O-C replied. ?" said the quency is complex. It is not goingto pers is $2.55 for 50 pound bags, '$3.85for
: 80-mile radius of the station and and where did you sir; and I enlisted be easy to solve, but if we re- 100-pound bags, and $87 per ton DHAIXAGR' DISTUICTHUDGRT '
couldn't get home. He's gone dow lieutenant. said the tain our capable teachers and succeed in bulk. 'l'AX"1 FOR Till: 'P.AIl ID43
visit Dick Patterson in Los Angeles, sir, white Notice is hereby given that In accordance -
to Gainesville to in attracting others of experi- Ceiling on new potatoes in I
candidate respectfully]] as ; with the provisions of Chapter
and Dick has been up to see him; officer turned slowly red.. ence and ability with better re-I this territory is $3.10 per 100 pound 18287, Laws of Florida, 1937, the Board
which was swell for both of them face muneration, :we will find we have f.o.b. shipping point. of Supervisors of Sugarland Drainage
lIe knew the first name was Ty I District has caused to he prepared n.
but not quite like getting I' taken a long step in the right di-" -- I budget of the Debt Service requirements -

-June' is going up to J.. D.'s gradua"tion. rone. rection, for teachers, given support, Moore Haven School I I i and operating and ,of the the works cost of and mnlntalnln Improve"

and encouragement of 'parents and ments of the District, and of adminIstering -
I PullenDunkleeMiss Orchestra the affairs or the district dur-
school: officials!' can work wonders Rates High
ing the year beginning on the first
From, North Africa Bob Logan, I in stamping out this dangerous and day or November 19,13. on<1 ending on
who is in the same bomb group. a,; evil.Representative. I I the thlrtyflrRtday of October, 1944.
Warrant rowing (Moore Haven Democrat) ; Said budget shows the amount of Debt
have I .
that they < oft
writes and
Jack Moorman Helen Dunlclee Mabry Carlton Service Taxes and :Maintenance! Taxes
received two copies of the news in Pullen, both to The Moore Haven school orchestra per acre necessary to be levied upon
certainly read I Officer Thomas George I Duval has given much thought received a rating of Division 2 in the lands In Unit 1. and upon the lands
.Africa and that married[ Saturday and has introduced a In Unit 2 of said district for the year
were the problem C Class in contest based
'mighty good to them over there. The of Moore judging on I 1943; ,
issues reached evening in LaBelle, the ceremony number of bills designed to the playing of chosen contest num- The Board of Supervisors of Sugar-
first two February I County which threatens the land Drainage District will meet at
them the first week in April. May- being performed by al this condition bers in ,concert here, Friday afternoon.II 5:00 o'clock in the afternoon Eastern'
be' 'they're reading the March news I Judge R. M. Harris in his office health, happiness and' welfare. of our ,The judging was done by Professor I I 1943 War ?nlmtt, Vhe 2nd day of June,
of the District inClewiston
.now. Bob said he and Jack are hav-I the Court ,lIouse.I future citizens. John Phay,. who is' principal of the I Florida, for the purpose of
daughter ,of RtV. If enacted into law, the Carlton Lake Placid school and member of '
fun-specially with the, Arab The bride is the a respe tsetoiosaid
ing I budget
attrac- and is a member of; the bills should help materially, but the Florida Bandmaster's Associa- with and for
children, who seem the big I Dunklee lMeslPiIrPOSe of transacting such other
tion to American soldiers over there. graduating class of the Moore Haven laws alone won't _solve the problem. II tion.For I may properly come before -
; ,
The kids learn to talk easily and the High School. ., There is a need for much educational several years the Florida] I Dated this meeting.5th day of May 1943

.soldi'ers like to teach them' words. Officer Pullen is a member work among parents and it will 'schools have competed:> in a. music -F.. DEANE DUFF
ask an Warrant take the combined effort of state, festival staged in Tampa and to President.108lIa .
'The result is that when you Royal Air Force of Eng-- I 'I 7-14.
youngster a question you're of the armaments instructor county and municipal .officials, I II I
Aral land. parentteachergroups
] to get a very pleasant and Flying Training School I school authorities, I I .
at British welfare organizations, civic
reply The youngsterscall -
profane He I
very Field.
Joe 1o. 5, Riddle clubs and the public as a whole if
'all Americans or ; first Commanding -
'candy is '"bon bon" and they beg for Major Officer Fanstone, B.F.T.S. No. 5 any real headway is to the made. I ......>". ....'.?..',.*, ?. ..(.'......../_.,__ .v,=. ,.
at C/' :"<<0 %< <: 7'W. "' ': ";; :;'
..choo-oo-ooing gum,"' cigarettes and first contingent The problem of juvenile delinquency f1" v ?; /:
with the ii ::1! $1ffjri&r 1
.coffee. when he British came cadets for training.I is just as acute in other ifl<<..,' x'P .,;::1. : :",,.,,,- .., '/ -w..Y.1! ornciAi.PHOTOGRAPH.
I of .h'F :.vim r/'''
Bob says, Africa is lovely, a beau- states as it is in Florida--more so f.ee-yrN ...// ; .. J} $ ::
in some of the thickly populated Jr:: 'O ", P'P"wt ::"( :;.: U.S. ARMY

areas where families have been uprooted ] t1 ...,M....."...>'.r'">.......r,_ "v"' '' # .>....",'.,W1..1<,.>.'....."'1.*/'....Z',,:Si BIONAL- caR.
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.. '.' in and defense both parents work. are State employed and- : : :::::t. ,4 ::;: ::. .. iJ. Lci

j jl are aware of federal governments :" '
j HUB CHETROLET the danger but' the problem is s'o lf: :':' i, ;{j i r Jj>. '

complex and the remedy: involve ;<::,. ,. } ,.'//,, !'t":;:"<+_w.

I in so many directions that it is hard I ti <} ; .J. ;Y '< Q :: :;' UN l

COMPANY Inc.UNDEll to know where to start. (,:? '. n ,<,,, "': Jmf 1; O
.:t-' .:. The, efforts of Representative. : : :-. "

... ." ::: Collins and Carlton are- praise iit1 >, >
: ( NEW MANAGEMENT) .. i worthy-and deserve serious and careful :
:: f HCF gQOQ
; "" '. '.' i consideration.. Perhaps as committees :." 4

::: delve into the question ad IJ .4'
for country v ditional helpful answers will present ,z .
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country ... ?
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commonsense toN i
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RATIONING NOTESCanned :$ <<-' .Cgg '. '
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; refrain from buying things.W1AD ,
SAVE for country :: N 1
needed in War effort. !
y : Goods: Coupons D, E, F S our

: I. expired :April 30. Coupons' G,. E, } B Save.. and buy after our

{((48 points) valid through May. { income
5._:; YES, save YOUR CAR for:your country. ::1: Meat, Butter: Red E valid :through regu\r\y\ \ Victory.. open your savings i _

'. May. F stamps valid May 2; G, May account here.. today! 'I

.'t.t. When. save your-car you not, only'help the war effort ::. 9;, H, May 16; J, May 23. All 'valid '-
you :
'Y is doing all we can to end this x May 31.
Each of us through :
:::: but help yourself. ::: .
.. ..!: terrible struggle. We must -nbt buy things things needed we have in our .:. Sugar: Stamp 12, for five pounds, Buy War Bonds & Stamps
of the
'.. r war effort, but we can take cade expires May 31.

.y'. i'i ;. Coffee: Stamps 23, in sugar books;,

: r Why not take GOOD care of a thing so essential as your and ;::: good for one pound April 26 through- I
will do the job
trained mechanics '.. 30.Gasoline.
+: car? Our factory : May
.._. we'll WORK, FIGHT, SAVE to get the right parts: \ .:. : A-coupon 5 good for 3

..v':. gallons through July 21.
: Shoes Stamp 17 expires June 15. yrnCj
i..: Hub Chevrolet Company, Inc. :? Fuel ,Oil: Coupon 5 expires-' September .

30. '
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