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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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1: THE CLEWIS TON NEWS





VOLUME 15-NUMBER:: 9 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, ,FRIDAY, JANUARY 28,. 1944 SUBSCKTPTIOy.-S2.30 PER YEAR



:: BAND JOINS EXHIBIT I Hypnotist to Find War I YOUR DOLLAR IS

Stamp Hidden; by CadetsToday I

TO STIMULATE 4TH NEEDED
Dr. Franz J. Polgar, I IN FIGHT i tI


WAR BOND DRIVE hypnotist tertain cadets and at telepathist Riddle Field, will, e11-1 I AGAINST POLIO

will locate a war stamp hidden
l
------- I RAF cadets somewhere in Florida, t

5 c. The Clewiston school band will or will purchase $2,000 worth of zas k. r RA ;, r In a particular sense each Jan-

play this afternoon, at .the display of war bonds for his failure to find the r I uary is set apart as a special seasona
r captured German equipment on the hidden stamp. t r I tX aW 1 1S season in which Americans an-

'' school grounds just after lunch. If he does find the stamp, cadetsat I nually reinlist in the fight against
s '
Prof. Rosario Cataldo said the { Riddle Field have agreed to pur- infantile paralysis. .

group cannot give a finished per- chase $1 worth of war stamps each Throughout the nation, billboardsand

-, formance yet, but they are a. credit In connection with the fourth war store windows display recruit-
'j> to their school and their appearance ? 55 ing banners which read: "Help me
loan.Dr.
will add to the display.The Polgar, who through telepathyhas win My Victory' ". "Join the

War Finance division of the located concealed objects I March of Dimes" "Fight, Infantile -

Treasury Department, in connection -' throughout the nation, will cometo Paralysis."

f with the U. S. Army;, is sending Riddle. Field today from Arcadia, These phrases are more than

:' the mobile display through the where he has entertained Dorr and slogans. They are in efect a na-

country to stimulate the Fourth I Carlstrom cadets this week. tional proclamation, that America is

J War Loan Campaign now under I I determined that each succeeding

way. Landscaping Color Slides I ., 'r' (''year' shall see the fight against the

= Hendry county has been asked to ". i I children's enemy pressed harder

raise $75,200 in Series "E" bonds, Shown at Garden ClubThe I '!'than ever.

as part of its quota of 477,200. The Just a few months ago our Na-

active soliciting has been slow in I ; ; : 1 I tion experienced its worst epidemic
met
Club
Clewiston Garden
getting started, due to the fact that yesterday afternoon in the PublicLibrary J. K. (Skeet) Weaverand I of infantile paralysis in twelve years.
I [ Only twice before in the recorded
many of the "'workers of members of I
:Mrs. L. Lott
their families have been ill with I with W. pre- a buddy in the Southwest Pacific display a captured Jap bettle flag', 1( history of the disease were so many "
siding. The program was given by rifle and machine Weaver ( the left enlisted in the SeaBees -
flu. It is planned, however, that the i Mrs 'W. C. Owen and consisted of Jap 'gun. on ) i jof our people placed on the epi- t
and last year. I I demic casualty list. In 1943,
will organize
womens: group ''a I series of kodachrome slides on It's boys like these you are backing up 'when you buy your share; I twelve thousand Americans were _
solicit bond, purchases ,as in the third I landscaping, which fitted in with and a little more, in War Loan Bonds. I J j
stricken-most of them children 5
,
: campaign last September. .,the theme of study chosen for the .
to 15 of '
years age.
The Clewiston school is also cooperating j club this year. i
I I I
r4. in the bond drive and will ]; Four new members joined the) : But America was prepared. ,And

continue to offer stamps and bonds club, Mrs. R. C. Granere, Mrs. GlenjEtherton I SUCCESS OF 1943I GENERAL MANAGEROF wherever the epidemic 'laid siege, '.:

for sale to the pupils. The prin- Mrs. M. R. Stroud and I there, too, was launched a counterattack -
j'
cipal's office does a steady businessin Mrs. R. C. Hall. by The National Foundation ,
"
of CANNING PROJECTS RIDDLE, FIELDIS For Infantile Paralysis and its
war savings stamps as many Hostesses were Mrs. E. C. Mills. I I
their chapters. ',_
the pupils make purchases Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Mrs. C. L.
'
I Chapters ,in the affected sectors

there. Visitors McLendon were and Mrs.,Mesdames J. F. Morrison.Kiracofe, RENEWS VENTUREG. I GUEST SPEAKER rushed immediate aid to the victims

,, regardless of age, race, creed
Jordan and Keene. Others attend .
Qualifying Begins For J 1 or color. The National Foundation
ing were Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. 1, C. Norman, assistant super- !f Ernest J. Smith, general managerof "borrowed" physical therapy tech-

City Tournament Charles Bolton- Mrs. G. H. Brown, visor of Food War Production War Riddle Field, was speaker at Ki-nicians I from non-epidemic areas,

r At Golf Course Mrs. E. W. Durst, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, I Training, state department of edu- I I wanis Club this week. Mr. Smith sent tons of wool for hot pack
Mrs. H. R Hall, Mrs. W. D King,
the
told of the type of, training given, treatments, respirators, apparatusof
'Mrs. W.: L. Lott, Mrs. N. V. S. cation, has just completed a surveyof 1 I cadets' at the Field, and pointed out all kinds to the epidemic sec-

'_ Qualifying rounds are being played ford, Mrs. C; J. Nielsen, Mrs. Mum-I' the work of the canning program \I the way in which the training_ of the I tors. At the same time, eminent
championship tournament Nowling, Mrs. 'W. C. Owen, through the"state in 1943. The vocational differed from
for a city :U. S. ,Army air corps scientists working under National
'' N. Pitzen, Mrs. E. F. Powers Mrs. agricultural departments of I
on the Clewiston golf' course I the British type. Fotfndtaion. grants conducted "on-
i
this week end and nextSaturdayand I: G. B. RackstraWj Mrs. J. K.. Rogers, ; Hendry and Glades counties, cooperating -I Mr. Smith stated that methods of I j the-spot" li investigations: seeking ...,
Sunday, January 29th and 30th Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs. J. F. j with the rural war pro
I instruction introduced by" the Royal new clues ":wfich may: lead to the ;
Q and ,February 5th and, 6th. I!Tippey. I duction training program, sponsored Air Force haye proven very satisfactory -I' cause, 'preeVlon and cure of Jthojiijpplingi _
the-canning, here last year. .
This should be; one" of the best > I program in training. He gave some[ diaease.-; i' ),'

tournaments yet. The golf course Registration, Books To. In a conference held recently in I description 15f some of the various This year no individual solicita-

is in wonderful condition and the Be Open In Districts Clewiston, it was revealed that the instruments used ,at the 'Field. "I I tion is planned, and it is hoped that
total number of quarts' of food can-,
sport has become increasingly The British Training
pop- Flying at least 250 Hendry county resi-
ular lately. There were 75 playerson On February 8th ned in the two counties in the project I'I School No. 5, at Riddle Feld, ranks I' dents will contribute a dollar or

r the course Sunday. i! centers was 23,498. A large portion first in RAF training schools, bothin more to this vital cause., Will YOU

E. E. Leonard, golf pro, has devoted -'I Registration books will be open- I of the canning, 20,527 quarts I ground 'school and in flying, and i mail your dollar to F. D. Duff,
2,06"7quarts
; his entire time to buildingthe ed in the five districts of Hendry were canned vegetables; orl I I ranks near the,top in other respects l chairman, Clewistou, .Fla.?
of meat and 855 quarts
_
course and helping to further 1 County Feb. 8, for the convenienceof [I said Mr. Smith.
: ; fruits were canned. These projectsare : A. W. Sias of the U. S. Arm andJ.
the popularity of the sport this sea- persons who must register in orderto I| ,
,, pon. He has been particularly ac- vote in the May primary election. located in LaBelle, Clewiston, D. Hooker, U. S. Navy, attendedthe LIST OF DONORS
Hooker's Point and Moore Haven.So .
tive with the cadets at Riddle Field I r IA legal notice to this effect signed meeting. Bernard Myer was

s'--' and has made .a decided contribn'I''I by John L. Hall, county supervisor I successful was last year's pro- also a guest of the club and G. T. f
I
tion to their morale. He lof registration, will be found elsewhere gram and such a contribution, to Jergens was the guest of B. L. I TO CHRISTMAS SEAL
';; ry,' Field 'I the "Food Fights for Freedom" pro- Thompson.
:: once each week and gives free in this edition of the News. I ii i
golf lessons to the cadets. In ad-j i I i' Books ,will close in the districts gram that a similar program is being -

: ditioii the facilities of the course are I I Monday. March 6, when they will, be I put into effect for 1944. This :; .H. . .H. . ._. .H. .HI !iCAMPAIGNGIVEN
open to the cadets and servicemen returned to Mr. Hall's office in the is the Food Production War Train- i:i I

for their use free at any time. Fifty :j I I courthouse. The supervisor will ing Program. This program has _

of the boys from the Field played take registrations in his"office March many phases and all are of definite II I I The 1943 sale of Christmas Seals

Wednesday. 7th to April 15th, from !9) a. m. to II aid to each community' and the war With by the Hendry County chairman of

12 noon, and 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. everyday effort. I the Florida Tuberculosis and Health

J? Agents Plan To Expand4H in the week excepting Sunday. J Inasmuch as other states have I ., Association is reported as excellent.

: Location of registration places in.! proven that a good canning programis Our Boys 1942 sales were for a total of $210.-
Club Work in AreaH. the districts and clerks who will an asset to the community in'peace | 76; 1943 sales to date amount of

serve areDistrict: times as ,well as time of war, it is $279.25.
I believed that the state departmentof The following 1943!) ChristmasSeal
L. Johnson, county agent of No.1, Clewiston! Alston's in the
Hendry' County, together with county Drug Store, Parker T. Wilson vocaional education is planningto sales are reported for Hendry

agents ,of eight other Southwest District No. 2, LaBelle, Jennings launch a food preservation pro I County:
Florida counties met iri conferencein Store, Mrs. Irma Jennings. : gram in various high schools throughout I O. A. Anderson, $2.00; H.> C.

Fort flyers Tuesday for a discussion District No.3, LaBelle, Hough the state. The Clewiston and Service !I Avant $2.00; J. E. Beardsley, $2.00;
relative to 4-H Club work. Service Station, Walter D. Hough.: the Moore Haven High Schools have .a j I C. O. Benbow, $2.00; C. H. Berner,

The conference was for the District No.4, Denaud, The Dan- ,been selected as possible sites for I II j I $2.00; I. S. Bell, Sr., $2.00; Geo. H. ,t
pur- iels home at the Caloosahatcheeriver such a program. I I !I IIi Bellamy, $2.00; H. A. Bestor, $2.00;
r pose of laying plans to expand 4-H bridge, Mrs. Dora Daniels. .. R. M. Bishop, $2.00; M. W. Bigg, 'J
Club work in the various counties. Since each school has shown
District No.5, Felda, the Lan- I ac-I Ii .. . . ... .. .. .. . .. I $5.00; C. E. Bjornson; $2.00; Ar'j
Goals 'were set for membership in tual canning activities during N NN NNN NNNM N:--NN NNNN MN NN N. .14
caster home thur Bong, $2.00; Charles Bolton,
Mrs. Addine Lancaster.The .
definite foun- I
the various types of past they have a
., projects. first democratic primary elec- year I Ray Sullivan, whom we had $2.00; W. E. Bolton, $2.00; Dr. B. ':
food
dation to accept preserva- JI
After the conference the agents tion will be held Tuesday, May 9. tion M.any H. Sharpe, local heard via the grapevine was expected A. Bourne, $2.00; K. Bowden, t
went on a short tour of the winter program. home on furlough, was transferred $2.00; J. L. Brantley, $2.00; G. H. '
.r agriculture insrtuctor, states that he :
vegetable farming area in Lee County. Basketball Games Here from Parris Island to Cherry Brown, $2.00; A. R. Brink, $1.00;
is planning to cooperate with the
Counties represented by theircounty I Point, N. C. He writes "It is sure D H. Brinkley, $1.00; B. H. Bux-
agents at the meeting were On February Second state deparmen of education and I good to read the where-a bouts of the ][I Iton. $1.00.Mrs. .
the federal agencies to secure the
Manatee, DeSoto; Highlands Har- home town boys who are now in the I I I H. A. Case, 25c; Kenneth
dee, Glades, Hendry, Lee, Charlotteand Both boys -and girls- basketball best possible he results for. the communities service. Give my best regards to ,: Chaffin, $2.00; W. H. ChrIstian

Sarasota. teams will play the Moore Haven represents.Landowners everyone." I: $2.00; E. M. Cornette, $2.00; F. E.

I teams in a double-header; game here I 'p Conkling, $2.00; Clewiston; Laundry,

To Conduct Services Wednesday, February 2nd. The II MeetingIn Dr. Walter F. Pudron, who is Inc., $2.00; S. L. Crochet, $2.00;
r games will begin at 7:15. with the 451st Evacuation Hospitalhas I Henry B. Cushman. $2.00.

=r For Episcopalians Our boys and girls are determined LaBelle Saturday been transferred from Camp Fred W. Davis, $2.00; Donald

S to turn the tables on the Moore I II San Luis Obispo, California, to Camp I Day, $5.00; Ruth E. Delaney, $2.00;

The Haven teams this time, having suf- Cooke, California. W. B. Dozier, Jr., $1.00; J. Don-
Rev. Sidney David Mason, .
+ rector of the Church of the Nativity I fered defeat at their ,hands in the II I H. I. Johnson, new county agent I trans-I nely, $2.00; C. L. Downs, $2.00;

of Pahokee will conduct i opening games of the season. The I for Hendry county, has called an I Woodrow Bledsoe has been F. D. Duff, $2.00; Naomi Dull,
servicesfor
members of the faith | boys lost by 1 point; the girls by 3 : important meeting of landowners of I ferred from Camp Fannin, Texas, to I $2.00; J. W. Durden, $2.00; Foy
here again this Episcopal I points, and both are out for revenge. I the county to be held at the court I Ii Camp Blanding Florida, which is a Durrence, $2.00.

) at 8 o'clock.Sunday The (Januan'30th The games promise to be unusually i house in LaBelle Saturday afternoon nice break for any Florida boy I Noel C. Ellis, $1.00; John El-
services
:; will be held In the close and interesting. I I at 2:30. Mr. Johnson stated I more, $2.00; G. E. Etherton $2.00;
Church. Community' that the purpose of the meetingwill I Clyde Stephens, home on furlough, Dr J. W Ezelle, $2.00.
NEW CITY ELECTRICIAN I be to determine the desire of from Chanute Field, Illinois, had Juanita Fitzhugh, $2.00; G. M.

Father Mason recently conductedthe Harry P. Steadman is the new the landowners on the establishment I I I flu, contracted pneumonia, and as a Ford, $2.00; C. W. Fuller, $2.00. __
first Episcopal service in Clewis- electrician for the city of Clewiston, I of a soil conservation district in the result had his leave extended. He R. G. George, $2.00;. Carl E. -
ton
and will continue with regular taking over the duties of George county. will transfer to Hammer Field, Gericke, $1.00; C. J. Gonterman,
services twice monthly; Recommendations Weaver California when he is able R. Hand, $2.00; Mrs. F.
who Is no longer connected This is a very; important meetingand Fresno, $2.00; G.
m have been made to the with the city. Mr. Steadman has the project to be discussed to, travel. Watts Hall $2.00; H. P. Hardin,

the bishop who will appoint officers of formerly been with the city of Lake- means much to the future of all $2.00; Coleman Hall, $2.00; Geo,

new group. land as electrician. He moved to Hendry county. Mr. Johnson is Private Shirley Hunter who was C. Hall, Jr., $2.00; J. B. Hendry, Jr.,
r All will be welcome to attend any'\Clewiston this week and began his very anxious to have a full attend- stationed at the 2nd WAG Training $2.00; Arch Hodges, $2.00; L R
S
\ of the Episcopal services here. new duties. ance of landowners. (Continued on Page 4) (Continued on Page 4)


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Two Quick Thinkers Were gBLACK Uncle ) ii\

Too Much for the Cop I'i


Two men in a car sped past a 71 I SOMBRERO I\;\ gtiJ: t '

red. A ,
traffic light when it was ,

policeman stationed there gave 11JtJ
/ 4\ CLIFFORD KNIGHT t'C.
chase and stopped them. & Intervals of not working are nec-

"Well, where's the fire?" he Margaret Nichols owned some property He looked startled for a moment, We swung on up the boulevard. essary for the well-being of any

bawled out. In Joint tenancy with Kitty Chatfield. as if he were trying to divine whether -i As we passed the shop window, 'we man.

"I'm sorry, officer," said the Wben Kitty died It meant (200,000 to her. or not I intended to sue him, then halted to gaze in at 'the caricaturesof Those good old days were the

driver, thinking quickly, "but I Sh_ explains the situation to been her friend disinherited got the caricature from the window Dwight and Chesebro, and again days we ,did not have much-and
Elsa Chatfleld had
happen to be a doctor and I'm" Barry. at Aunt Klttyi death, but Is gladto and, laid it on the counter. EagerlyI farther up'the boulevard at still oth- didn't want much. '.
rushing a patient to the asylum. scanned it for signature ,and
be freed from a tyrannical aunt who a, er caricatures. Near Highland the Golf does decrease a man's
The policeman was suspiciousbut there modestly in the lower right- sidewalk became '
had Imposed many restrictions. Buntoon impassable. We weight but it also increases his
-
the passenger also was capa- Rogers, a detective, asks what Aunt hand corner was the word I had not endeavored to worm .our way conceit.

ble of quick thinking. Looking up'' Kitty died of, and Is told an overdose been able to see from the sidewalk.It through, for Reed's' hotel was just

at the officer with a seraphic of morphine. The detective meets Reed was "Elsa." beyond the corner. The first intima- Viewing some of the loud pajamas'

smile, he whispered: "Kiss me, Barton and discusses the matter of Kitty "Let me take this for a little tion that it was more than a mere received as Christmas' presents, we predict .
Elsa. He suspected that insomnia is in increase.
Chatfleld and
for
an -
you great, big, handsome man. Chatfield murdered althoughthe while," I requested. The clerk congestion of pedestrians came with
Kitty was
The cop, flustered, blurted out, police hold to' the opinion that It shrugged his shoulders in a way the sound of a man's voice-a reedy, Unlike a woman, no man will

"Get agoing, doc, and I think' was suicide. There were no fingerprints that said no.- "Here!" I pulled out husky voice-shouting: stand pain because of his clothing,

you'd better hurry!" her the hypodermic billfold and but he will stand discomfort.
except own on my dropped some moneyon "Look at that! Look at that! ,

syringe she used. the counter. "I know the girl We pressed our way into the
who did that. I want to borrow it
crowd and beheld at the center 'of
How to Promptly Relieve CHAPTER III long enough to take" it over- and, the throng a hatless figure, red of How,Sluggish Foils

raise heck with her. face and vociferous to the point of

MUSCUlARACHESPAINS "What if you don't come back?" apoplexy. "Is it me?" he demanded Get Relief
she Happy
"But talked. Lord how
Kitty '
"Then keep the money. It's more plaintively, of the gaping crowd.
talked! Sam, thank God, was a human the darned is worth." "
than thing
"Is it me? He pointed at a shop
sort, however;. he just laughedat "All right," he said. I rolled the window wherein I could make out a

Soreness and StiffnessYou her and went on loving his wife. thing lightly, made my exit and bent group of caricatures, the origin of
And then Elsa's mother to Kitty'sgreat
need to rub on a powerfully my steps toward the apartment on which was quite apparent. I recog- -.... ;
1r
eoothin "counter-irritant" like relief, passed from the scene. the heights above' the boulevard.Elsa I nized the fellow, a, minor comedian. Irr
Musterole for quick relief.Mustcrola Pneumonia, I think, although it's
is better than an old-fashioned mus- hard to remember everything. Sam was not at home, but I found I I don't know why, a second figure

tard plaster-it actually helps breakup : didn't until after Reed Barton 'on her doorstep. He' on the sidewalk should catch my eye
however
,.
local remarry,
painful congestion he set himself up again in Mexico; was knocking loudly like a desperateman at the moment unless it were that

and then it was to Berta, the Mexi- upon the panel of the door as the prescient monitor within me had,

can. Berta was the last straw to I ascended the last flight of stairs again directed my eyes into the

Kitty Chatfield. Berta, of course, is and left off only when I poked my misty pool of future time to that

all right. I like her." head within view. He was carrying terrifying experience at Mazatlan.For J -

flowers, which few men like to be the man was an utter stranger.He WHEN CONSTIPATION makes feel
you
"It's time was getting
Margaret
Chrysanthemum for Musso Mexi- seen doing however.much"they, may was inactive, standing idly by, punk as the dickens, brings on stomach
When Hirohito conferred the Su- here. Sam Chatfield and his esteem the intended recipient there- apparently not greatly moved by the upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take
can wife, Berta, are coming too. Dr. Caldwell's famous medicine to quickly
preme Order of the Chrysanthemum indignity that had been done him. the "innards", and
They're up from Mazatlan for a few poll trigger on lazy
..
upon Mussolini last summer, days," he said. "I'm hungry. How The man was smoking a frayed ci- help you feel bright and chipper again. ...

:, the name of the decoration was about two?" gar. He was hatless, dressed in an DR. CALDWELL'S Is the wonderful senna
omitted in the Italian press and in you incredible sports coat, brown slacks laxative contained in good old Syrup Pepsin -
news releases to other countries "I could eat now," Huntoon Rog- and 'a pink and white check shirt to make it so easy to take.

because, in Italy, the chrysanthemum ers said. that would have affronted the esthetic MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparationsin

i symbolic of death. "Perhaps it is clearer now. about sense of' 'a moron. palatable prescriptions and agreeable to make to the take.medicine So be more sure

the will, Barry," said Dwight set- "I won't ,stand for it!" bellowedthe your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin.

tling back in his chair once more. comedian. "I won't! Give me a INSIST ON DR.CALDWELL'S:: favoriteof

i AITEGETABLEs "When Aunt Kitty cut her: niece off brick, somebody. Where's a brick?" millions for 50 years,and feel that whole-

', I with only a year's income from the 'I don't know where the brick came some children relief love from it.constipation. Even finicky

? Laxative estate, knowing quite well that Elsa from. I suspected, but with no reason -
: \ld all of it-which she CAUTION Use only as directed.
. '. t wo spend :whatever, that the man with the
. For Headache did-it was a deliberate thrust at a frayed cigar guilty.
was ,
<', .' and Soar Stomach DizzySpells viKl( spot, 'so she thought. "You know," laughed Reed Bar- DR. CAlDWELL'SSENNA <
t.-
' t;' when "Aunt Kitty never looked upon ton, as we rolled down town to the I

\\0: caused by Con- Elsa ?,s a Chatfield. Elsa resembledvery union station, "I wish. I could stay lAXATIVE

i i. w FI; ; stipation. Use much her mother. What's and see how this comes out."
dir cted. more to the point she was not awed CONTAINED .N SYRUP PEPSINShark's
,
t ''h1 only as "I'll tell you how it comes out
ft.:.'. : 1 15 doses' for by the antiquity of the Chatfields; when I see you at Mazatlan," 1 I

a.: only 10 ,cents. she refused to kowtow to the great said. "I've arranged to go with
l' god Family. Which of course did Small Teeth
Itwr : Dwight and Margaret on their
I
"4 I 72A'I Teeth of the whale shark largestliving
'':;'" not endear her to Aunt Kitty. To- cruise. Leaving ,in a week or so." ,
" ward the last as bitter a hatred existed fish, are only one-eighth of

"(,.. between those two as you could an inch long. The whale reachesa
" "There is'more than a fine talent
i
r: well imagine. Elsa, of course, was } j4 itsL / here," said Dwight, his 'voice havinga length Of 60 feet and ',weighs

.. Wildcat Was Sacred not to blame for it., Kitty Chatfieldwas I 7'I judicial sound in the quiet of the 25,000 pounds. -
"
; The ,wildcat was once a sacred older; her neck was_ stiff. ship's lounge on the Orizaba. The

: ,.' "But is that enough to make the I
animal in Egypt.YOUWOMEN thin smoke of his cigarette ascended -
SOOTHES CHAFED SKIN
two hate each other the 'way they I I FII through the lighted area made by iif 5 c

;'" did?" I asked"There the green-shaded light. He rustledthe [' OROLIIE ios
:
" ..,. > WHO SUFFER FROM was the baby." papers on the table, looking at

; "Who was the child's father?" in- II first one' reproduction of Elsa's cari- WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY

' HOT flASHES quired Rogers. L catures and then. at another. There

i., "That" has never been disclosed." was a full page spread of Elsa's Bayonets From Bayonne
; If you suffer from hot flashes, caricatures in the rotogravure sec- Bayonets are so named because
A out the veranda
?, .. weak, nervous, cranky feelings, are boy came upon tion, besides others in the news sec- they were first made in the townof
a bit blue at times-due to the to. 'nform us that Margaret and the
functional "middle-age" period others had arrived. tion. Elsa had made a hit; she Bayonne, France, in 1671.

- peculiar to 'omen-try Lydia E. was being hailed as a find.A v

Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I voice broke in upon us as we
, to relieve such symptoms. Taken Dwight Nichols has a kindly face. 1. AT FIRST
sat there in the lounge, a. strange
helps regularlY-Pinkham's build up resistance Compound against Dwight is not yet forty, but his is '"Look at that! Look at, that!" voice, slightly blurred in its tone .
.
the face of benevolent philosopher.His
such distress. It helps nature a and smacking of New York in_ its GN.AO
Also a fine stomachic tonic. Follow brown eyes are benign, soft, of. He sought at first, to hide them inflections."If .
label directions. almost feminine in their compassionfor from me; hence it was not difficultto :
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S WJgi his fellow man. There is a quiet, see that his case was urgent."She's you're speaking: of 'Elsa" 1 I 666
brought her out. Just now. USE
gentle smile constantly about his -
he
home an-
not at '
lips; his whole countenance, in fact, nounced with an air that indicated "We were, yes.! Dwight rose 666 TABLETS..SALVE. NOSE DROPS
to his feet and made
is lovable' and sweet. His is a face Elsa's absence amounted almost to questioningly 7
widely known, for it has been seen asif to move toward the doorway
i affront. "I thought sure
a personal
whence o 8
RHEUMATIC PAIN came the voice."Don't .
often in the press-a face of charm, she'd be here Barry."
I INi4 "
Dot Spoil roar Cijr-Get after It How inviting to confidence, winning, "Just leave the flowers on her bother to get up, said the SNAPPY FACTS
Don't.put off getting C-2223 to relieve friendly. voice heartily. "Elsa and I just got
: pain of muscular rheumatism doorstep. I'll tell her you called the here a few minutes ago. The stew- ABOUT
and other rheumatic pains. Caution: That's why the devilish caricaturein next time I see her" I said. He ard helped board and I t
I Use only as directed. First bottle the shop window struck so forcibly laughed and brought the flowers us on saw" RUBBERThe
fellows in here I carrie in.
you so on
back
purchase if
not satisfied.60c .
price upon my attention. It was the around into view, drew a fat green
and $100. Today, buy C-2223. "That's quite right," Dwight as- 4I
c.
.M1 eye that did the trick; the carica- pencil from his pocket, scribbled
sured the "I'm did.
man. glad
you
turist had provided'him with an eye something upon the white paper and name's Nichols."

cunning, sly, wicked. ,It made over snapped the,,flowers to the doorknob My -

NOSE MUST DRAIN ,f' the whole countenance: of Dwight with a rubber band. "Glad to meet you, Nichols. Myname's
Rumble. Rumble.1"This peak of tropical American -
To Relieve Head Cold Miseries Nichols; it made a rascal .of him, "Shp's thp most exasperating per' George
rubber
When head colds strike, help nose i whereas he is an upright man', a sonk; : Barry," he said. "But- is Mr. Chesebro, and Mr. production-
drain.clcar the way for freer breathing Madison." cluding guayule! was in 1912,
comfort with LONDON NASAL JILLY. tU Jrlluills.t sportsman who has written many what's she done to you?" For the when about 62,000 tons wero
books of life afield, and a man extraordinarily first time he realized I' had reason "Glad to meet you both" said 'produced in all countries. In

fond of his wife and for, being there. The light was dim, Mr. Rumble, shaking hands swiftly 1940 tho world's production ,
home. but I unrolled the caricature and with Chesebro and then with me. of rubber was 1,389,695 tons
"Don't believe I've ever heard ot more, than came out of the
And heavens! there '
was myself presented it. '
you two before." He helped him- Amazon Valley in all tho 4
beside'Dwight inconsequential caricature from me,
my own He took the
from 1837 to 1939 in-
self unasked to cigarettes and sat years
physiognomy. I blushed asI and placing it against the wall scrib- clusive.By .
stood there on the sidewalk, oblivious bled on the edge: "Dear Liar. Bar- down on the corner of the table.
"Nice little boat you've got here, the use of bud-grafted frees, '" .
, to the afternoon crowd that is wild about this. I think
;, a man
ry
Nichols. Looks like a swell travelerof the yield of rubber on Far East .J,'
; swarmed along the boulevard. WasI it's rotten too-Reed." He chuckled, the blue." plantations in some cases has been ','
such a villain as that? Was I so proceeding to fasten it in the door ocean Increased from 500 to 1,500 pounds "

t old? jamb. "Tell her when you see her, "Yes, thank you. I'm glad you per acre a year. .
called to tell her good- could come down and be with us
And, heavens again! Beside me Barry, that I
in the window, overwhelmingly, so bye. It's rather sudden, you know., tonight." One type ..,of four-motored

huge and coarse that at first I had The Chief didn't let me ,know until ,"Thanks. I always get a kick out bomber requires of rubber more than-
of 2,000 pounds ; pur-
t not seen it, was Jimmy the Cheese.In yesterday. I'm on my way this eve- going-away partiesespecially suit planes require over 100
when it's on a boat. Understand
other shop windows up the ning. Come on. I've got to go overto pounds each.i1V .
you're starting to Mexico tonight.
hangout now. There's not
boulevard that ,mild April afternoonI my
"Yes. We're sailing about mid-
much time left.
encountered still more caricaturesby
; Try Great Tonic Many Doctors AdviseSee the same clever hand. There We went down the stairs and set night."

off for it was not far. "What's your line, Chesebro?" demanded -
foot
See how good-tasting Scott's Emulsion was one of Huntoon Rogers ludicrousin on
the hairon "Where going and why?" Mr. Rumble, turning upon
; the extreme; thinning are you
helps tone build
up your system helps
; the Cheese.
. top of his head was all but gone; I inquired as'we reached the boule- Jimmy For a moment
/.' op stamina and resistance against coldsIf his ears stood out ,like flapping vard and jostled along through the there was no reply. I could fancy he rya ao y.

' there is a dietary deficiency of A & D wings, and his nose was twice its crowd. was struggling with himself, then he

;:, Vitamins. It's easy I Simply take Scott' already generous size. "Mexico-Mazatlan. Because the hissed, "Mining investments."

: daily throughout the,el! .It's great 1 Buy "Let me see that thing In the window Chief says to go." "Investments? Oh; yes. I never ooh .
had anything to invest buthat's
a'". at your druggist's today I ," I requested of the clerk. For "Mazatlan! Why, that's incredibly myself,
. full of mounting spirits I had returned removed from the Hollywood scene." a good line, I guess. Me, I'm a

to the first window out of "Yes, I know." in- _
But whatever it was that he was in
breath thoroughly reckless now. I "But what for?
0 pointed to my own likeness. The "The Chief says I'm to report at had to wait for the moment, for

man was hesitant. "I want to lookat the Mazatlan office for permanentwork. Elsa 'called to us from the thresh

I I it. I want to make sure who Take charge of things down old. 4G
(TO BE CONTINUED) \sl 1
did it. It's me Don't you see? there.



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,{ my 'head' to clearer thinking, { force air around* *the feathers. and wash.they will be much easier to .._

\ my heart to greater loyalty, Lesson for January 30 Wind your tape measure on a *

service spool before putting it into the Hot water or soapsuds will remove -
hands to
larger
: my Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by InternationalCouncil texts selected sewing basket. Sew on it a" snap chocolate candy from up

my health to better living, fart permission.of Religious Education: used by fastener. This keeps the work holstery.
basket in better order. .

.. ..' my club .my community and *
;; Strained fat used in peanut but
JESUS USES HIS POWERTO To simplify mending look ter bars chocolate
my country. over drop cookies,
HELP clothing regularly and watch for and spice cookies, may be used
This is the pledge of the needed repairs. It is much easier with splendid results. The fussiest

1,500,000 members of the ., LESSON GOLDEN TEXT-Mark TEXT-Why 435.41 are:: ye; so 53543.fearful? reinforce weak places or mend member of the family will never
Rs ) w<':m-W'<->" How is small holes than to wait until ma- the
4Hclubs.Accomplishmentsrevealed r + it that ye have no faith?-Mark 4:40. guess shortening was used be

at their 22nd congress LIVESTOCK jor repairs are needed. fore.

honors went to Help-that is what man needs,
and
contests in Chicago
n- Richard Lacy and nothing but the power of Christ ..... ..
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indicate this hast r---
pledge 17, of Kansas, will suffice to meet his fears and sor i -I IYi
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been kept-$14,000,000 worth rows. Christ in Mark as
Ill. appears !
of war bonds and stamps picturedwith not only the matchless Teacher of : \ : J. -fAlj-, ;.
his Grand j. i / :
,
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.
the parables we have just studied, .. .' / 7" _
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sold
300,000,000 pounds '"
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grace and power for our deliverance.Two j
/ Instructions 7397 contain step-by-step directions -
the democratic power gen- great'fears.gnaw at the vitalsof / f. for making slip covers for varied
:
Ls 'l-/'W man's existence. Life is full of +4 chairs and sofas; material suggestions.Due .
erated by 4-H discussion .
4
; awful dangers, and death is so .t to an unusually large demand and "
n groups and educational pro ; dreadfully final and sorrowful. He current war conditions slightly more timeIs

r grams. ttm:gM hx=>:, Kmrm7rlY: ::: : :% is afraid to live, and afraid to die- f* required in filling orders for a few of
Sf the most popular pattern numbers.
apart from his faith in Jesus Christ. Send your order to:

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4:35-41). 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, HI.

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..G.d Just ''as he was" they departed, and ar'L' :"sra Address .............................
before long the tired Jesus, was ...x. *5-

asleep. We know how He felt, and s

what is even, more blessed, He
knows how we feel when we are Immense Apartment Has

i tired. 54 Rooms With 17 BathsA
As He slept, a sudden storm (com-
"Nb .., ,,,_,,'__"" ,YQ,,,, "
mon on the Lake of Galilee) brought
!j I DRESS l'tIAKING-Verda deathly fear,, to the hearts of His New York. city apartment,

: Patterson, 17, Marathon, Iowa, disciples. For the moment they saw vacant and with no prospects of
tin being rented owing to its size cannot -
,
only the waves the smallness
received a $200 scholarship for angry be made into smaller
apart-
of their boat, and the hopelessness of
her achievements.
: clothing ments because the cost would be
their situation.
r i These garments were made from about 250.times Of
r, 'ka Had they forgotten Jesus? With k w1 1 7397 the ceiling $1,000
clothing previously discarded. which has "
Him in the boat, they had no"reason been placed on a build-

w4, Y/ %ha//,4w) .+f Y! /.rK f.J.!rt .. ing alteration, says Collier's.
xf; .7 ':', 5'''.:. to fear. They called on,Him, and iHis
.'L1 2..:,:.,.<, Occupying three floors, this
.id, .T Fr. {.k. ;
: .hqF'L majestic and authoritative
(kS. .: '/y,<;,:!t:.a;,.% ( '!:d+..,w.>:.,rwtaxiC't'/<,4f, F..;:l{SjY;1, :ps ,, "Peace be still" the wind and waves -. 'j I home contains 54 rooms, 17 baths,

.._, 31 closets, 68 house telephones, a
recognized their Master's voice.
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> a7 "r 5' : a av
I 10,000bottlewine safe, ,a dining
Should not learn that in this
we
hall to accommodate 200 guests
+ day of fears and alarms, we ,mayif 1-

'. ....:l : .., ,yryfT.yf'Y,,. .J.:..,), qe ..!{.: 's,. ( we are Christians) count on His f and a large refrigerated vault for'
.l% / : the of flowersfor parties.
& storage
sf ,
'
Cark, f ; ,y iy. : :y.tftf<) ',"' ,
t r a'yw'1.fr <;
6 ; r,2 aS .. ; i presence and His power. If we look
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.: r k .#a ), {ef.>..nf:;.wA ni,:: 5:rf.ia L. 'at the overwhelming waves'of circumstances A-
r Y) 3'a, ,''. Y9Y : .a
and think how frail we x

are, surely our hearts shall fail us I Active Oil Wells I

for fear. But if Christ is with us,

we are in no danger. you letting a shabby chair
home The United States has 400,000 active -
mar the looks of your ?
struck
Now with
they were awe
Don't do it! These easy-to-follow oil wells, about 300,000 being"strippers"
; at His power. "Sometimes the de-
that are so exhausted
slipcover directions make it pos-
liverances wrought by our Lord so
reveal His presence and power that sible for you to cut, fit and finish they produce only from onehaltto
three barrels a day and accountfor
them like a professional. Beginnow
His followers
ere more deeply
less than 15 per cent of our
'mn..m.m __on... mnmnn _. '_'_m_ moved than they were by the perils total production says Collier's.
LEADERSHIP awards and which threatened" (Erdman). Large numbers of; these are abandoned -

r : ... trophies for outstanding 4-H II. Fear of Death's Deep Sorrow '1'z. yearly because they do not
r. f' -
records for 1943 were won by (5:35-43): r., 2 'i'I'"qllql pay or because their flow cannotbe

Robert R. Mayer, Marysville, Trouble is a visitor in every home, ;-.d' restarted after having been left

'" Kan., and Emily McHattie, it does not matter how' securely that "M ''q 'r4 without being pumped for too long
home may be founded upon wealthor O an interval.

m'L.n Newport_.I>.L.n Minn\. '....".....__: social position. Frequently, death -.h.l'; $ ; .I'2.I'''
chooses a shining mark in taking a
dearly beloved child,Children strike The Rub ,-

their roots deep into our hearts and The tired-looking man sat facingthe Just 2 drops Penetro
'
.Ni yr ay.g; f r".x ;l>j % Nose Drops in each
% r'fs.J,.'+'.,','.,b ,.f uriS; : when ;they are torn from us our divorce lawyer. "So you wanta nostril help you
divorce from wife said breathe freer almost
your ,
whole beings are rent and convulsed.
instantly. Relieve the
the "Aren't rela- F l I E
r rwd/r. Such was the great storm of sorrow attorney. your head coldnasal misery.
} ,r r Jr/t/r,, f: : which had the home of tions pleasant?" Only 25c-21,2 times as
/ ,:rkk r ha ', Y:. ,' come upon much for 60c.Caution:
'i of ; % l!rY'a'A 00k jf ) J4P ': "Mine
l.Yh a a ',fry /i {!k; 4yajjr Jairus, leading him to make the are, came the answer, Use only as directed.

\ I ; r'y.,. SG n y, brave step of faith and hope which "but hers are simply terrible!" Penetro Koto Drops
%
/ v; ; brought'him to Jesus.
The Goal
FX Then as Jesus turned to go with r
Pop-Now be good while I'm out.
> / Jairus a woman touched Him. He Romans Started It ',
Offspring I'll be nickel.
good for a
Gf' ,, ,y'.r:,r., ,f,:J'c ;;: stopped to seek her out and com- Pop (reprovingly)-Son, you'll never Early Romans were the first to ;,:

mend her for her faith. The seem- be a real son of mine until you're good eat asparagus. ";:

% : ing delay must have greatly troubled for nothing. bro
zr {h Jairus, particularly when the servants ,

7'.hey came and ,informed him that The honeymoon is over when he 1

he need no longer trouble the Master begins worrying over how: to pay TropkaL 11 iml

since his daughter was dead. the grocer instead of, the florist.

Our Lord was not troubled at all All. N
OMNO[ .
-- T' :) iJ..1.il j \: 'WJ by the message of the servants of Whoa There! LMOH ALMOND d I .:w.':d..
HFIr Jairus, but He, showed His thoughtful A young woman went into the

HEALTH champions are (l. to consideration of the father by photographer's shop and, produc-
_
: r.) John Weis, St. Cloud, Minn.:; reassuring him with the words, "Fear ing a photograph of her soldier

TLL jx Virginia Nelson, North Platte, not, only believe." friend, "said: "I want this en-

Neb.; Rena Garner, Ozark, Ala., Everywhere fear blocks the way larged.
t ?'r.!'9.w'ngib4tM'yNAVn.rY..w' "Would like it mounted?" Invest in ftft
: Liberty
-P'/.p.ry SPJlrG f and Delmar human and progress. Di- you
% w \ Couch, Eagletown'f; of peace
Irit '/, Qkla.mr'W' vine wisdom offers a remedy for it "Oh, yes, he'll look nice on a Bonds
War
i.} :
r '{;: horse." Buy
fz;%( .;,Q ,"-7" ,, ".", '>_... 'IT T"Tr' 'r ilium _,_. .&. .Il all-only believe. We excuse our lack
of faith by the conditions which con- r
i
:; front us, but none of us face condi:
;
\:: tions worse than those which con-

fronted Jairus. His daughter was Time Tested Advice

,l. dead and he was told to believe! He
,
:_ -: obeyed and his faith was rewarded.

,', ,i When He said, "The child is not I
':;: dead, but sleepeth," our Lord did !
Colds
About Chest
not mean that actual death had not

taken place, but He meant that in

the sight of God death is like a sleep.In .

rti the eyes of Christ spiritual death Grandma Was Right time it starts to work 2 ways at once
was undoubtedly far more terrible -and.keeps on working for hours to
1\ than physical death. Time Has Proved It relieve coughing spasms and conges-

___ After putting forth the mourning tion in the cold- ogged upper breath _
.n.
the first choice and family ing passages,to easemuscusorentssstandby
COOKING winner ;-'I scorners, the Lord performed a for relieving miseries of colds or tightness. It invites restful sleep.
Audrey Averill miracle by simply speaking to the millions of homes is the same home- And often by morning most of the .
( ) of
'-'" left child and saying, "Little girl, arise." remedy grandma used Vlcks misery of the cold is gone I Try it.
; s Collins, Mont State 1 Here then is the Lord who can VapoKub! What better recommendation -

Leader Pauline Buntin j overcome every fear, in both life could a product have! Approved I C K S
piers congratulations. ] and death. Is He not the one we When you rub time-tested VapoRub By Two Y
rn3 4Y nN HMV. vn r l need as our Saviour? on the throat chest and back at bedCu V A P 0 R U 8




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THE CLHWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1944
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the home of Mrs. Leon Bembry I:ly paper., Admiral Halsey and some !the lives of many of our boys that i Martinez, $2.00; W. N. Martin,
The Clewiston News I IPubUs'hed Tuesday afternoon. The programwas I''other high ranking officers, have \we wish we could reproduce it in $2.00; J. A. McGehee, $2.00; C. L.

on denomination and church I commended us several times for our I full. McLendon, $2.00; C. W. Miller ,
In Clewiston, loyalty. 'speed in constructing some big proj- $2.00; E., C. Mills, $2.00; P.. 0 N. !
Florida, by every the Friday CLEWISTON NEWS The devotional was given by 1\Irs.\\ects, which we can't mention at this Miller, $2.00; Mrs. J. W. Moore,," ,
List of Donors- '
inc. Fred Topper. A short business time, but we have one seven miles $1.00; Jay W. Moran, $5.00; A. L. ,
sion was held, and the following ses-I west of town known as Riddle-Mc Moon, $2.00; J. F.. Morrison, $2.00;
Entered as second class mall matter ficers were appointed. for the Kay. We have been on this island (Continued from Page 1)) N. V. S. Mumford, $1.00.C. .
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office or in I ing year. for 8 months, and it's not one of Holland $2.00; Wm. T. Hull, 2.00; E. Nail, $2.00; W. C. Nall, .
March!Clewiston 3, 1897.Subscription Florida. under the Act Mis.. V. C. Woodward, cochairman I those Hollywood South Sea Islands' R. W. Hundertmark, $1.00; Fred E.. B. E. Nail, Sr., $2.00; W. F. Nallr _

I Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, Publicity "As far 'as.islands go, they are Hunziker, 200. $2.00; C. J. Nielson, 100. .
Chairman, Mrs. E. M. Cor-: all alike in this vicinitycocoanutpalms I' L. M. Jennings, $2.00; W. A. Paul O'Bannon, $2.00; H.: .J. .
Kate-$:::>O Per Year nette, Secretary, Mrs. A. H. King, parrots, and of course a sea 'I Jones, $2.00: ; O. A. Jones, $2.00; Oglesby. $2.00; W. C. Owens, $2.00., ...'
Advertising Rate On Application. Red Cross Chairman, Mis. H. C. shore. We all enjoy our work and IH.I! C. Jones, $2.00; Carl E. John- R. Y. Patterson,. $3.00; C. V,
i Meador, Stewardship, Mrs. Fred I Ii our chow and camp are above the I Ison, $2.00. Parkinson, 2.00; Chas. M. Pirkle,;
welfare Topper Mission Study, Mrs. T. L.Tanner. averages but we are all ready to I E. E. Kelly, $2.00; John J. Kettl $2.00; G. H. Pitzen, $1.00; M. M..
the advancement and !i :
Devoted to
of Clewiston and Hendry County. [ Community.Missions Chair-i i go home. $2.00; A. H. King, $2.00; Wil- Prewitt, $2.00. "
man. j I "Owen Winn is only about five lard F. King, $2.00; W. Dr. King, I G. B. Rackstraw $1.00; H. L.; .
Delicious refreshments of cakes hundred miles from my tent-the $2.00. Reeves, $2.00; Warren G. Reid
I and tea were served. j closest one from home. W. H. .Lanier, $2.00; Mrs. W. H. (Continued on Page. 10) '.'.
NATIONAL EDITORIAL I I Others present, )n addition to |I'I'I I'[ "Give all the fellows in service Lawrence, $2.00; Otto Larsen,
WJ\SSOCIATION\ those named, were Mrs. M. Altman, my, best regards, ,with the best of $5.00; LaBelle Motor Co., $2.00;
m4] I Io I Mis. Henry Ezelle, Mis. M. A. j ji "I I luck.," W. I. Lawson, $2.00; Harry Leh- The fat salvage campaign

i i Thomas, Mrs.. Doc Brackin, Mrs. Jimmy's battalion paper is'a .,G man, $2.00; C. W. Lingham, 2.00; .
J I Winifred Serson, Mrs. Floyd An- |I page mimeographed affair on &VZ J. V. Lofton, ,$1.00; Dr. W.'L. Lott, is one way in

II I drews and Mrs. Arch Hodges. This i i by 13 paper. It has sketches of two $2.00; John Lucca, $2.00; AlbertC. which EVERY house-
!I circle extends to all the people of of the officers, (evidently some SeaBee Lyons, $2.00.
Book Reviews j Clewiston a hearty invitation to'' is also an artist.) The "Chap- Mary Markette, $2.00;; C. A. wife may contribute to
their church services. j!! lain's Cues" announced divine worship -
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1'- -
New books in Clewis Public ,Li- i I at 0700-Protestant Worship, I Victory. Bring waste
Dean Mrs. Ben BOlton's. Circle met at at 0830-Roman Catholip Mass, at '
brary-reviewed by Mrs. W. Buy More Bonds
King, 'chairman: her 'home Tuesday' afternoon for its I.1900:-Protestant Worship-all in I ; fats to B and B market.today's ..' "... ,
first meeting. Mrs. E. F. Phillippeand the same chapel; Christian Science
SHORT GRASS COUNTRY I Mrs. W. T. Wheeless gave the and Jewish services: were also an

(An American Folkways Book) i devotional service opening the meet- I I nounced. The movies for the week
'. ing. The topics were given Watch the Rhine Tortilla \
By Stanley Vestal. I program were on ; ,
The Short Grass Country is 'bounded by Mrs H. J. Roath and Mrs. W. A.,t Flat; The Lady has 'Plans; Get Go- I IF U N N I G RAM By Peters I I'I'r .

by Ozarks and woodlands on the I Montgomery. ing; and Melody Parade

east, by the foothills of the Rockies I I A short business session was held Notes of basketball and baseball x j y;
on the west,. by the Colorado. River and the organization for the year's games were also included, and a Y y
on the south, and by the corn-lands' work completed. It was decided to request from the chaplain that over- ,n

of Kansas, and Nebraska on the name the group the Kathleen Mallory due library books be return d. ; You'll like the shape-oh
;
north. A land of colorful history Circle. The officers appointedwere There was a story of a "Pig Party."
and lusty life, it stretches from Mrs. Fred Sikes, co-chairman; It seems one of the boys caught a of yourcar after allowing.
Wichita almost to Denver.It Mrs. H. J. Roath, secretary and little shoat about 5 months earlieron overhaul '
us to or service it.
is ''a spacious land of great publicity chairman; Mrs Fred' Dun- the fringe of the jungle, and
variety; wandering streams; broken away, stewardship; Mrs. R.' E. 'Pet- brought him in to camp; built a pen
hills decorated with red cedars;-lon-I ers, community missions; Mrs. E. on the outskirts and fattened him

ely buttes, scattered ranges, F. Phillippe, literature chairman, to barbecue size, and pitched a party. HENDRY
yons, and palisades. It is the land I and Mrs Ben Bolton, Children's i I Admiral Halsey's commendation .\

of buffalo hunts, county-seat wars, I Home chairman. I!was quoted as "for their ingenuityand t J v COUNTY I Io
The next meeting will be held at j
roundups, rodeos, and barbecues; I ability to improvise with the
of cattle, wheat, and oil; of prairie'\the home of Mrs. Fred Sikes. jCLEWISTOX i j limited material at hand, and forthe sm., yf is MOTORS '. "

fires, tornadoes, and dust storms. 1 !'I ''high degree of cooperation between -
The Short Grass was the range of COMMUNITY l all hands and the general \ CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
Coronado and Buffalo Bill; of Wild CHURCH I I spirit shown which contributed in k :

Bill Hickock, .Wyatt' Earp, and David C. Hancock:, Minister large measure to the successful ; .. ...
"Doc'*' Holliday of the Texas Rang- -- i I
; | completion of the work and is further -
ers and Will ,Rogers. Over the Short i SUNDAY, JAN. 30, 1944 i i: "
evidence of the great effect of 1 asked how liked Chapeaunot .
you -
you
Grass rolled prairie ,schooners bull Sunday School, 9:45 a. m:, 'Dr. C.I j I the Sea-Bees in this area." my -

trains, pack mules, and the Pony E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes |I Thanks a million, Jimmy, for the my Shape-Oh."

Express. Across it lies the' mark'sof for all ages.Morning |i paper., 'It gives such an insight to .- .',
the cattle drives and the ruts of I Worship, 11:00: a. m.r1 '.
,' n n vcnw:: for small children ic conducted -1
the, Santa Fe Trail. '
Stanley, Vestal is a native of the 'I I I atJthew'Community Center by I

Short Grass with a rare'knowledge, !i I the Mothers' Club. J
of its history, and a deep love: of its i:j "The Curse Respectability"- is I -----PLAY SQUARE J .I
ways and its people. In ,this book I l the theme of'the minister's seimon. _
written with humor and insight, ho I I[*' You are. cordially invited- to worShip -

has done a magnificent job of portraying :I: with 'us. ',' _

his own region so that oth-' : ::, (,
ers may better understand and en- I : i :
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By: Meyer Berger I Center, Daytona Beach t was: transferred I : < .
This is a journal of a New York I recently to Fort Oglethorpe,
correspondent. The world he covers Ga. That's light near Chattanooga
is New York, a city that has '" and the prettiest section of the Blue I -- ., re4siifl ) ',

been called many things by many I I Ridge foothills. We hope you enjoy -.. .
men, in affection and in anger. The :I I: the new location. :" ... .. .: ." .' / o' :..::..';,:< .
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people who inhabit the greatest city '' i .' ., .1' :"" '. :.-- ,:' .
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. in the world are his raw material. I J. D. Hooker is..home on 15 day .;: '.
With a pocketfull of nickels with I leave this jreek;one of the ,very few 'f
sympathy and understanding, he I, he Jiasx'nad since he's been in the .4'JIW ..4.

seeks the bizarre and fascin.ating-. !Navy. Jacksonville isn't so far \ /. ;; .
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Tropics ajid--Orient; T birds from away but the Navy doesn't give ,' ,i'
the- jungles of' Brazil rand gypsies I much time off. J. D. is an instruc- I >,), ....
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from the plains of Russia; men of i tor in the Radar school at the Naval gV '. f." ,
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the sea and ,women of the gangs; Air Base. .. '. -
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Capuchin Friars. and wire tappers; : .-'
murderers on their last journey and A. W. Sias came up from Miami \
spice millers at work; disciples of I for another pop visit this 'week. He

Izaak Walton who operate from the I made it on Kiwanis night this time, ;
East River docks' and bail bondsmen and so the Kiwanians had their first

with complicated backgrounds; the j "mjlitaiy member" present at a 4I 4-

story of Murder, Inc., and the his-I] regular. Club meeting. Sias, Art
tory of the' Tombs; men who earn j Lawrence,. John Montgomery and
their daily bread by fishing through I Hub Spooner (two navy, two army)
sidewalk gratings and youths who are the four "military' members". of I
Fa
. eke out an existence by picking up the Club. .
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,t slips for the moguls of the numbers I i I

racket; Lonely hearts clubs and I Dan Beardsley, who is at the
ws
I barge folk on the' Hudson; rich and i Nashville Classification Center I: a
poor; boys 'and girls; men and women awaiting assignment, visited a USO
; human: beings-they are ,all I club recently. A girl came up and I I
here in this city that is a world, and I said "Aren't you one of the Beards)!
in this book that reports them as I ley boys?" It proved to be Mari -i
they are. .t i garet Morrow, and each' was glad to 1 : %
find another Clewiston-ite in Nash-
COUNT ON TWO DAYS I ville.
By Mannix Walker ,* *
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Agatha Dowell of Beacon Street,j I Fred. A. Hunziker, son of :Mr. and w 41 .A
Boston, sat .in her library reading Mrs. F. E. Hunziker, has just been
Sophocles. When her ancient maid I I graduated from the naval air train

announced shakily that she had just''I ing center at Corpus Christie; Tex- Display your @Iors mHvl!
let in the Pekingese dog and ], as. He won his wings and commis-

"something else," Mrs. Dowell was ,I sion as an ensign in the naval avia- 2 T. .
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only vaguely perturbed for her I I tion last ,
corps week.
I YOU remember that soldier you saw on you are asked to BUY AT LEAST ONE EXTRA
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maid was given to many and varied i
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visions. But within forty-eight We are indebted to Jimmy Weaver -I the bus with his arm in a cast? Do you HUNDRED DOLLAR WAR BOND. A Series E War .

hours Mrs. Dowell discovered just I j for one of the most interesting recall that sailor you saw hobbling down the Savings Bond will cost you only $75 and you 0 ,"

what she had on her hands; and letters from servicemen we have street on cane? Have you noticed the list get back at maturity in ten years $4 for every ;

only the strong-minded Mrs. Dowell received to date." Jimmy's letter I of casualties printed from time to time in '$3 invested; this is the least you can do. In, '
could ]lave' worked out this happy had "enclosures, and one was a I
solution to the problems involved. copy of Battalion paper, "the Work-, this newspaper? vest more if you possibly can-$200, $300,

This is a slightly mad story that I ers Wallop" published by the 61st r What you are asked to do, compared to the $400. Remember, it all comes back with ;
will get you out of a five years' war I U. S. N. Construction Battalion, now in it is But interest. "-
boys who are really easy. your "
into two days' bedlam! located on Island X. I -
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I' But first, the letter: '. job is mighty important, too. Once again So play square-to your share., HEDIDlI' M r

LIBRARY HOURS "How are things in the old home .
Monday afternoons,. 3 to 6. I town? I hope to be back for a short Aft BACK T E AYiA L K B. :
Wednesday and Friday evenings, stay in a few months. We get pic- ; :
7to9. tures of Sea-Bees as they: dock in the
states after being out even for ; a I This 'li 'an official U. S. Treasury Jvertiiemcnt-prepared under the .!auspices of Treasury Department and War A.dvertiisg CoueciL .

BAPTIST CIRCLE NOTES shorter time than we have been, so ..
maybe we are up for the trip home
The Lorraine Tilford Circle of the soon-a well earned one. United States
Baptist Missionary Society met at i "I'm sending a copy of our weeks -I Sugar Corporation


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Florida's government as the Great Beginning February 1st, in Geor- gasoline in quantities of 25 gallons i should surrender coupons and sum-
"e i... :N:N:N.N:N.1N. :N N.N.N:N:N:N M:N N N:N:M:N MONO State I
Seal. gia and Florida, no transfer I of, gasoline or more; or mary to the distribution in exchangefor

,, There is talk that Superintendentof in exchange for class "R" cou- 2. Unless transfers are made from gasoline or to the ration board

Too Late To Classify Public Instruction Colin English I pons may be made by any dealer or dealer or distributor's place of busi- in exchange for inventory coupons "
will enter the race for Governor. In
licensed distributor from his retail ness directly into the fuel tanks of equal in value to the surrendered
the event he does he'llrun a good I
unless
By RUSSELL KAY facility :
motor boats.
field against him coupons.
race, but with the ,
1. The dealer or distributor

,..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:tt:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..).) he probably"would As wake candidate up with the for transports such gasoline from his "R" coupons received by such books Those holding "R" gasoline ration ":',:
"also
rans. a dealers on or before January 31st may upon filling out proper
place of business to place of delivery .
I 1 reelection to his present office he Is application forms and. approval by :.
should be affixed to
While there may be some questionas I selected by the consumer using delivery separate sum- I
a cinch to win and probably would board exchange these "R" q
to who will serve as Florida's next I I facility such as tanks, or med sheets and a summary shouldbe couponsfor
not have opposition. Person- "E" coupons.IS .
Governor, there is' little if any I even'I ,tank wagons, or portable drums, made on Form No. 541 on whichno
ally, hink he would be making a
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other coupons are listed. i
doubt as to the Cabinet. which he maintains and regularlyuses
big mistake to enter the guber-
Secretary of State R. A. (Bob' ) I natorial melee for I think he is a for the purpose of transporting I. On or before February 10th each YOUR SUBSCRIPTION

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anyone were foolish enough to oppose chap we want and need there-and )$
him it wouldn't do them any'I'I while he might fool me and a lot of :,'

good fpr Bob's record is as clean as other ,folks by going places in the ,.;1!
a hound's tooth and few men in i Governor's race, ,my guess is he "-'"
; public office are Better liked or I would find the going tough and we PAID1Y I ,;
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more popular. would find ourselves wtih a new ,and I -Y YI >j

Attorney General Tom Watson Is II I' untried School Superintendent on our "
the only Cabinet member with 'announced hands after the dust had settled. I
opposition to date. Rep In the Governor's race it still looks

-, resentative E. P. Martin of Hills-(I plenty Green to me, but Senator I I .
borough, who pins his hopes on the :I Graham, from the best reports I "

k. support of organized labor, is ac- i-can get, is making real headway in ,f II "
tively campaigning. It is a fore- perfecting "oiganization.. He i iJ .,
gone conclusion that labor will conduct holds some high cards to start with, J '
r..: an all out effort to defeat Watson I with a heavy Dade county and south ; FY ,
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because of his fearless fight I Florida vote, and seems to be picking 1 j ,f'Ii
against the closed shop, but my up strength right along, In other i "zji
is they'll find "Fighting Tom" ,I : .. ,: :,
guess sections. In the meantime, Millard ;
a tough number to lick. Most folks I Caldwell isn't letting any grass 'f.4c; ;: : 'J'J'l

side with the Attorney General and grow under his feet. He's been

admire his courage and fighting .speaking regularly in West Florida ., .'
spirit in battling for the things he this past week and he has followersnow "
believes to be'right, even to the ex- on his bandwagon busily en- YIM Yw \i JpYs ;
:' tent of sticking out his political gaged in helping their friends and
neck. Many a "Union" man will neighbors to climb aboard. Senator :
pull the, 'Watson lever in protest Sheldon announced this :week and
,against the payment of excessive can be counted on to come out of
fees, dues and assessments for the his corner slugging. He will do ,
"right to wo"rk." Watson should more to mess up Mr. Green's play- 'j''I'I

win in! the first primary.; ( house than anyone else's; Senator
}" Able and genial Ed Larson is as I Frank Upchurch and Senator J. Ed

good as in again right now for his Baker are beginning to "get around" .,
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service as State Treasurer has been bjiit they're a 'long way from the ,,;'
more than satisfactory. Courteous. head of the train. \
diligent and efficient, Ed is the kind T'r:
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of public official folks like to keep I
:; ,. on the job. He has no opposition RATIONINGCALENDAR .',\,

:K and should any.' develop, which is ',

r; unlikely, hiss opponents would just I ,Vqy. :ir.A1 J
be wasting their time. t I

4 There has been some talk of op- MEATS, BUTTER, ETC.,. 1
position for Jim Lee, but it' is pretty Book three brown R, S; T and U I
ENEMIES have boasted that Amerito hasten victory, for 1944, is the year of :
well established in the public mind valid;; all expire Jan. 2$. OUR
that Jim is a darn good tax collector V valid; W, Jan. 30; X, Feb. 6, I women are pampered, luxqryIovdecision.. You've got to do your full duty ,:l ling

and while in that game a fellow all three expire Feb. 26. Y valid I morons who would be of no help to our by our boys at the front by keeping up I ...

steps on a lot of toes and is bound I Feb.: 13, and Z, Feb. 20, both good I fighting men at war. But-they were your regular purchases of War Bonds by. ; ,':
to make some enemies, most folks through ,March 20. 1 '"
wrong. American women everywhere are buying at least one extra $100 Bond dur- ,
who have been meeting their honest A
(Meat grades: AA or Choice,;
tax obligations from year to year or' Good B or Commercial, C or doing a bang-up job-in the service, in ing this Drive and by saving every cent >

get a lot of satisfaction in having' Utility, 'D or Cutters & Canners.;) : industry, in business, on the farm and .in you can in the world's best investment ; :

fellow like Jim Lee crack down, on ->-- BRUITS, JAMS, ETC. '" -, ;., the home. War Bonds of the Fourth War Loan. 1
industrialists, railroads and millionaires ,G, H and J: valid through Feb. .
and the howl that goes up on-.I'20; K, L and M valid Feb. 1, through But bigger incomes are When the war is over, you'll j
ly serves to make Jim Lee that March 20., tempting, some women to, buy '' '' '+ have a lot more money to buy; I

much more popular 'with the little I SUGAR luxuries they've wanted, per- what you want. Meanwhile, ,you '
folks.: No one has announced,against, Stamp 30 in book four valid for
the Comptroller and whoever does five, pounds. haps for years, but which they 1 can exult in the knowledge that ,'

had better "count their change" be- SHOES don't really need now. you are fighting for your coun- I i'

fore they enter the* race-and, if they Book 1 stamp 18 and book 3 Every true American woman try in the most effective way; i .,
are smart enough to do that they'll I stamp 1 on airplane sheet valid in- { {
that the
prays war will end- possible. Women of America !
probably stay out of it altogether. definitely. Loose stamps accepted ,
soon. But you've got to do more it's to !
As for Agricultural CJmmissioner'Nathan only on mail orders. Women's shoes up you

T Mayo, anybody/who tries it under $3 in value' ration-free Jan..
will ifnd him harder .to beat than a 17' through Feb. 5. I meant you have bought 4th War Loan securities "

a ten minute egg. Nathan has more GASOLINENo. ; >' < '
real friends to fhe7'square mile in, 8.-A coupons good throughFeb. [L"MAd ; :
Florida than anyone else I know, .. 8 for three gallons; B and .Bland Tfl1 ATTACK 1
r and they are not the kind'you can C and 'C-1 coupons good for _
wean away with,' either whispering two gallons; B-2 and Ggood for ... ..
r campaigns or blatant stump speech: I five 'gallons. .
es. His popularity is not confinedto FUEL OIL
farmers and growers but is equally No.2, new series, ,through Jan. CITY OF CLEWISTONElectric
as, strong among the city folks. 24; No.3, through Feb. 21; No.4
'i No one has announced against him and 5 valid Jan. 25.

: ; and my guess, is that ,nobody will. Definite value coupon good anytime '
3 Nathan is almost: as much a part of and Water System .

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I ing there this winter. Mr. Mitchell, j NOTICE TO MARINERS I
i MarriagesMrs. WANTED
i to buy bot-
t who is employed by an elevator com- 1 ---
I pany, returned to Washington to J 11 February 1944 I tled stove. P. 0.
gas .
, # [ Personals ] complete a contract and will join his Annie Carlton Wynn, of An area approximately two miles '!
. j I family here as soon as he can be Lakeland and Nathaniel Johnson I square in Lake Okeechobee, bound- Box 1220, Clewiston. '
released from his work: 'I Archer, of Sebring, were married in ed as follows: northeast corner, 26
I -- the office of the County Judge in degrees 47' Latitude, 80 degrees 46''I 1tp.1
the Moore Haven court house Jan- longitude; northwest corner 26 degrees '
Neely Davis of Felda was, a business BONNIE FAYE DURRENCE -
: '.' visitor in Clewiston Tuesday. 'HAS PARTY WEDNESDAY I uary 13th. Mr. Archer is a former 47' latitude, 80 degrees 4$' "Kilgore's new 1 944 an- '
resident of Clewis ton. longitude; southeast corner, '26 degrees -
1' Bonnie Faye Durrence celebrated Mr. Archer gave his age as 69 and 45' latitude, 80 degrees 46' nual seed catalog"and
R. Mllburn
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her third birthday with a party the bride gave her age' as 56. longitude; ,southwest corner, 26 degrees -
Palm Beach, was a visitor in Clewis- Vegetable
ton Tuesday evening.Mrs. given by her mother, Mrs Foy Dur- Iw-/.I-M MJohnson's 45' latitude, 80 degrees 48' Planting
; !Irence "- longitude is being used by U. S. '
at their home Wednesday
t.: Guide for Florida
I Naval Air Station now'c
Fort Lauderdale, ;
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?" Mark Kennon of Moore Hat afternoon. A pink and white color I
'scheme used in decorations. Florida, as an aerial practice bomb available. Send for
ven was a, visitor in Clewiston yesterday was Fish CampNear your :
r' ing range. Bombing operations
!. j Favors of kaleidescopes were given I II are '
"' ., the girls and boats to the boys. In- ( Hmiicane Gate) being conducted from time to time free copy. The Kilgore
'.. ---- I Clewiston Fla. I daily and all boats are warned from
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I dividual cakes and ice cream were 'I
fi. J. F. field operations officer
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Seed Plant
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entering Company
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!$' .- of the OPA, of Fort Lauderdale served to the children, who 'included Boats and .
":'f.';'' was a business visitor in Glenda Sue Etherton, Martha Rates Reasonable |sLieut.| L. W. ALFORD 'City Fla. 2t '
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Clewiston Thursday. Jean Nowling, Lyle Speers, Lovvorn W. II. Johnson, Mgr. Lieut. L. W. ALFORD \
Currie, Christine Hutson, Martha I Operations Officer U. S. I
I
Christine Hare, Bonnie Wylie, Leif -- Naval Air Station II
;Mrs. Thomas V. Rooney of Los I : I
A .: Angeles has returned to her home i!Johnson, Karl, and Eric Larsen, I Fort Lauderdale, Florida. I
Penny Brower, Stone, s Look TheFuture
'' after visiting her brother-in-law and Hugh Tracy to
sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Rogers. I Jimmie Taylor, 3rd, Warren and mSALES' Every family can save a
Marjorie Brown, Gene Thompson,
seq. : Jane Lee, Jennings Ezelle, Donna little waste and it 1/
) Mis. C. J. Lovvorn and Mrs. B. B. I' I grease

Wilson S C., where left Wednesday they were called for Yemasee by the,., Billie Gayle Sue Martin Crow, ,Marilyn Helen Hancock Prewitt,, !II I r RESISTANCE will all add up to munitions -I

I ,' death of an uncle, Frank Hutto., i I I Louise Boyd Vorhees Cato. Jr., and Margaret I /S TilE TRIUMPH OF for backing the at

J. D. Hooker, ARM 3c| U. S. J Adults attending were -Mrs. A. W.I "MMD OVER PATTER!?. J tack. Bring your can of I '
I Lawrence, Miss June Hoker andI After The War
Navy, arrived from Jacksonville
= Monday and is enjoying a furlough I Mrs. George Crow 'grease regularly to the I

- here with his parents and friends. iI i X II' Band B market. You Will Want To
I I CARD OF THANKS !

Yr. Mrs. W. C. Hooker is spending ......
;1 We wish to our appreciaton : Build A Home
: some time in West Paln\ Beach, express ) !
caring for her mother-in-law, who to 'our: many friends for their I J, The Infantile Paralysis
I
is ill at her home there. kindness and thoughtfulness in our \
very I l Foundation drive asks :\ '
I recent bereavement. It Will Pay You To
Mrs. Foy Durrence and Bonnie Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Rogers. I for the voluntary con- !
Faye Durrence spent a few days the I I '
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..
latter part of the week with reI a-I'I BRIDGE CLUB I !:tribution of one dollar, as ; Buy Your ,Lots
tives in West Palm Beach. I I
:1 Mrs. C. J. Nielsen was hostess f your part this year. Mail NOWCLEWISTON ,

Bill Bowden spent several days Wednesday afternoon to members i to F. D. Duff chairman
V
V ,
; this week in Sebring with his parr I of her bridge club. Mrs" 11. C. Wilson ,
ents, 'being called there by the serious won first prize and Mis.: J. E.1, Sales resistance isn't needed at Clewiston, Fla.

illness of his father, Basil Beaidsley second.Cocoanut our store. We stock nationally advertised i
s Bowden. -, pie and coffee were I
I
served to Mis. Wilson, .Mrs. Deards-j I II what is goods and hand you exactly The B' and B market will
Miss June Hooker, J. D. Hooker, I ley, Mrs Frank Conkling, requested. REALTY
and Lou Place were in West Palm I Deane Duff, Mrs H. ,A. Bestor, 1\11'8.\' \ I take your salvaged fats,
Beach Wednesday to meet Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. W. C. Owen and I ALSTON'S AND DEVELOPMENT
ration and
-> '5 George Crow and daughter, Billie, Mis. N. V. S. Mumfoid. give you two

., Sue. -ATTEND SUNDAY SCHOOL MEETIN j' SEMINOLE DRUGS points: per pound and I CORPORATION

Mrs. Judson V. Francis'and daughters WEST PALM BEACH send the fats off to war. I
,.r'. accompanied their, aunt, Mis. J. I CLEWISTON, FLORIDA ,

E. Edwards, to her home in Jack- I Rev. and, Mrs! K, C. Meador, Mrs.
'' sonville the fiist of the week, and Leon Bembry, Mis. E. F. Phillippe,
will remain there for a visit. '. Mis. W. A. Montgomery and Mrs H. T
j I J. Roath attended a Sunday School
. Mrs. George E. Crow, Jr., and Associational meeting held in the
\ :V'V daughter: Billie Sue, arrived this: Baptist Chufch'-inVest Palm Beach I

week from Jefferson. City, Missouri, \ yesterday. I II
V; for a visit with her parents, Mr. and I i ii RJ t t1'" I vv'lNyn
Mrs. W. C. Hooker i BIRTHS AT LOCAL HOSPITALMr I
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: I
A. W. Sias, came up' from Miami and Mrs. Paul TI, Aiken are ; \
'.
'V ,tYi,
;- r. Beach, where he is stationed with parents' of a baby girl, who was l
_the postal service of ,the U. S. Army, i born on January, 18th and 'has been I
and spent Wednesday night, at his named Barbara Louise..
;' .'V. V home here; Mr and Mrs John' C.. Swindle I Ii

r VV VV V i are ,parents of a daughter.. Sharon
;. : Mr. and Mrs. John ,D.. Rodgers Patricia Swindle, who arrived, on
spent several days in Atlanta over | January 19th.
the week end, while Mr Rodgers I Linda Gayle Jones a daughter,
:::: transacted business there. They was born in the local hospital,'January '
visited Mr. Rodgers' brother, J. T: I ,12th, to :\11'. and 111'5'I.- L. 1'
,
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1 ,
AI
,-;ra Rodgers, and their mother- I--Jo'nes' Moore Haven.
I A daughter, Wanda Joyce: Lee, a
Mr. and Mrs. Lei' Gieenberger ,; was born; in the local hospital on
j' and daughter, Polly, of Okeechobe3. I!I i January' 8th to Mr. 'and' Mis, Clarence w / : f
I
4c. .'V and Corporal Teddy Greenberger, of j I! Melvin Lee, of Lake Harbor, ::
Fort Riley Kansas I
,
Sunday '
spent ---------- --
here visiting Mr. and Mis. Jerry J I' ,: LADIES AID TO MKKTI :
', Greenberger. '
V _-= I I The Ladies Aid Society o.rti eI
Mr. and Mis. E. W. Knight and ClewistoConKuniij Church ml1
children of Wauchula"spent the (I;r,I: meet at, the home of Mrs; W. C
r a week end here with Mr. and Mis. i i; Owen\ *on Thursday afternoon Feb. 'I

Pete Christensen and family Mi- 'I i 13, at 3:00 o'clockRe : ,
Knight is in tne Maritime service ---- ,-.,-,---"
/
and is stationed at St. Petersburg +

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1' < .v< <7' m ''' ''
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Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Montgomery /i :: ;( _
of Parrish, Florida, visited their ;
V son, W. A. Montgomery and wife ii iiJI

here over' the week end. Also! >
' guests were two brothers of Mrs I ": I

>;-;. Montgomery, H.. J. Sullivan of At- .t I II
.. .%_ lanta, and C. J. Sullivan of Tampa
i
I ..
1
: Mrs. Eddie Cuirie and daughtei ,
Lovvorn, spent :Monday and Tuesday I
in West Palm Beach, where they THIS is what we've been working for all cent you have is fighti lll. Tough? Of course,
went to be with Pfc. Eddie Currie, ; along. This is the year to hit and, Inert it's tough-unless it fs.a sacrifice you'ra
who was in that city on a trip fromh the enemy. This is the time when everysimply not doing your share!

Is the, stationed.air base .in ,Louisiana. where lIe ss ;.:, thing you do counts double. If ,we all get :Make the sacrifice now=buy more than.
% a f a' Y 9s together and do all we can, we'll be over the extra $100 Bond your country counts

V I Mrs. John H. this hurdle and well on our way to complete on you for-winning the.,war is worth any
Mrs. Fred 'Morrison Doty, and arrived daughter this r J/ J kr4 r s and crushing victory. sacrifice you make. Besides, you aren't,

h week from Vicksburg, Mississippi : I No question about the men -in T VI '11 S,I ,.;, ,I giving, you're lending to America
Th'will make their home with t e uniform-they'll go "all out." ,! You'll get back every dollar
'i Willard Doty in' Sugarland Park 4 I But can we count on you to back you invest in War Bonds, with

V :Mrs. Morrison's, husband is in-serv- VV V' 1 them all the way? Your quota is J interest.
ice. where you work-you've got to An extra $100 War Bond now

---- i buy your War Bonds and then is the minimum for everybody-
': ;: .:: Miss Pearl Lund Warren, PennSylvania \', anti i (:ail White of buy,.more, until every last loose I can't :we count on you for more?
)t! and her niece, 'Miss MarvLund .costa, ppnn :. iV,1 u:' \"ho are con I
::, .: ,. of Erie, Pennsylvania, are I ducting a ioiv.1 at Tlu Church o>'
i+Y;; assisting in the local "
hospital God located
on the road loading
I ; ?f.. \", through' the season. Miss. Pearl is to the sugai house. This sticker in your window means you have bought 4th War Loan securities. i
: : a graduate nurse and 'a former
medical Services
t, ::' begin each evening at 8 V
-< J : L missionary to Korea while Miss o'clock. The pastor, Rev S. R. ''V i
1 r j ;,, Mary Is a Nurse's-Aid. Williams, is assisting in the. revival. idJAd BACK iHt IliaCI-{ 3' ,

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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mitchell, who lore workers are needed in most --, .
I :, have spent several winters in this all Florida canning plants. Every I
.5: section, returned this winter from unemployed man or woman should 1PaI"kin.son Hnci
r'-. -;". their,' home in Pittsburg, Penn. The consider this vital war work. Applyat I V
Mitchells recently purchased one of I your nearest cannery, do jour i '
the two story Stone apartments and part to keep Florida fruit moving to !
:Mrs, Mitchell and the baby are liv- \our fighting men. First BanK of Clewiston

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where I cwit
Brenda Frazier Kelly was a re- even -'eel

Washington, D. C. cent guest of Wm. K. Vanderbilt in I wonder so much if 111

Government by Majority Rule Ceases to Exist WASHINGTON AND WAR'S END Florida While fishing she like mV.5e.1r then
watch
,Washington officials who dropped a $25,000 sapphire ring .

When Various 'Interests' Begin Trading the trend of the war admit now pri- It fell into fairly shallow aqua and And look bick zncismile.

vately that "things will happen veryfastH could be seen glimmering How- ..t thi"

Votes for Concessions. in the next few months. II ever, the current was so rapid it was '

pressed, they even make flat_predictions impossible to retrieve the ring and Yesterday n\ki

that Germany will fold before for four days it lay on the bottom C"rt ,

BAUKHAGE summer. A diver was finally hired to recover 'V

I By Publicly, they stick to the line thatit it The Big Burg is for-

New Analyst and Commentator. will be a long war. This is the feiting its claim as World's Fashion 4.

only sound position to take, as an
WNU Service, Union Trust Building, Just what all this was, getting at, official be Center. Chicagoans have shown WNU Features
line
since no war can suc-
keen interest to the tune of $200,000.San .
I understood little better when I
Washington, D. C. a
cessfully if the people spend
waged
read article Freda Kirchwayin Fran is another New York-
At a recent White House press and an by their time peeping around the corner
the Nation the mood in Britain. ers think they can't lose out as New
radio conference, the President was on for the approach of peace.
Miss Kirchway had interviewed a York "is so legical" But the CLASSIFIED'DEPARTMENT
explaining his pre-Christmas remark But the facts allow a hopeful ex-
Fashion
and Bureau got only a few hun-
number of people in England
-that it was time to discard the pectation. Unquestionably the inva-
I she that business forcesin dred in its campaign to keep N. Y.
term "New Deal"-the remark that says "big sion of Europe will be a winter in- "the fashion hub." -

gave the cartoonists so much fun. I England have recognized more vasion. For many reasons, spring

He used a fable about "Old Dr.-NewDeal" clearly than these forces in Amer- will be too late. ,February is the Billy Rose, who just shelled out MISCELLANEOUS
ica the need for government con-
who had healed the patient of likeliest month. The exact time will
$630,000 for the
Theatre
trol. They are ready she says, Ziegfeld '
,
"internal troubles" (the ,depres- be no secret to the Nazis, becausewe showed good' sense when he decidedto i FREE-SONG BOOK. NEW OLD FAVOR
had to accept the government as a part- ITES. Book contains-20 old favorites.
when the an will French
sions). But patient be pounding the
let the old stick. did .
ner to save_themselves from liquida- name Ziggy Songs set to music. 3c postage appreciated.W.
accident and had broken his arms tion. coast well in advance. enough for show business to earna E. MARTIN. BASSETT, VIRGINIA. +

and legs, he had to call in his part- The offensive will be a tremendous little remembrance. Rose's deci-

ner "Dr. Win-the-War" to heal him. Some of the people interviewed by operation, combining a crosschannel sion reminds you of Martin Beck's PLANTS

A, correspondent- asked: "Doesn'tthat Miss Kirchway gave her the impression invasion with heavy driv'esfrom acquisition of his own theatreitwas

fourth declaration that they saw in the set-up Russia and Italy plus all-out air
add up to a term so different. Beck had a prize CABBAGE PLANTSCharleston
ahead "a successful, polite form of in-
attacks everywhere. (The Balkan
? contest for the best name for his Wakefield, Early Jersey Wake-
The President showed his irrita- 'semifascismwhich will prove acceptable vasion urged by Churchill is doubt- house-and chose "Martin Beck. field. Early Flat Dutch $1.75 per thousand. t
to the key people of these Copenhagen Market $2 00 per thousand.
ful.) '
tion in his answer. He said that How did the winner ever hit upon Cash with order or c, o. d. Now shipping:
that hadn't been under discussion, groups. She doesn't agree with this Some experts go as far as to name that name? orders filled quickly. Write or wire
herself and she believes British la- DEALER'S PLANT FARM
the length of time-in dayswhichthis
Achbnrn .. .
-
that the picayune.
question was - Georgia
bor will be ready to, fight it at the big operation will require, be- )
Then he caught himself, leaned Eyebrow Raiser The American
second election but she :
after
peace fore the end. One highly placed of- (5,000 Genuine White er Yellow Bermuda
back half smiled half apologized
believes these people believe it. ficial it will take three months Legion of Richmond, Va., forwardsa Onion Plants, grown from Imported Tene-
with the remark that the questioner says column published in its rifle Island seed $4.50 express collect; ,

would understand that he had to answer How much of a similar feeling_ex- and twenty_ days. Thus, if the in- per. It is conducted by Past newspa-Dep'tComdr. 1,000.Onion Plant Plants Farms $1.50 Carrlio postpaid.Springs EntersBros. Tex. "

that ists in the United, States, I do not vasion starts by mid-February, this
way. John J. Wicker Jr. who
know, but, quite independent of Eng- would mean the end by early June. ,
Two things came to my mind at concludes his letter:, "It will also HOGS FOR SALE
land, many people are shruggingtheir But military experts won't say
First that the President was interest to know that at
once. you our
shoulders and saying it is a such things out loud, because they
thinking about the war and postwar meeting agreed that are Registered Darocs ,
:, we you Short-legged deep
possibility here. fear the U. S. public will overlookthe
red,best breeding Weanling pigs$20; bred
and be backto valuable
problems, to brought rendering exceedingly serv- gilts, $75 Extra choice, '
One fact that the days between Feb- bred sows $100.
earth with a bump was very much thing may point in that direc- ice to our nation." Thanks, Com- Winters Duroo Farm Clarksville Tenn.
and June will be the bloodiest
like being awakened by an alarm tion. That is the way the various ruary mander His col'm offers this
days in the history of all the world'swars.
clock in the midst of an interest- ,pressure groups are now operatingin startler: "At the Battle of Long Island Cultivated CitizensThe

ing dream. That was one thing I congress. Already many trades General George Washington

thought of.Another have been made even to the pointof became so enraged over what appeared prosperity of a country depends -
those "unholy alliances" (all alli- ARMY POSTAL SERVICE, not the abundance of its
was just what the United to be cowardly malingering, : on _
ances except those in which we be- On a recent visit to the front lines,
States and the whole world for that that he cuffed a lot of American revenues, not on the strength of its
long are unholy, of course) which it Lieut. Gen. Mark Clark found a- fortifications
matter would be suffering from aft- soldiers over the head, not with his nor on the beauty of /

er the,war, and what the cure wouldbe was charged in the senate had been soldier busy scribbling a V-mail let- hand, but with his sword-the sharp its buildings: but it consists in the

if formed between southern Democratsand ter on his mess-kit. The soldier edge, too. Consequently some"'Con- _number of cultivated citizens,

any.Recently some northern Republicans.As looked as though he had lost his tinentals' had the dubious distinc- in its men of education, enlighten-

there have been several soon as powerful pressure last friend, so General Clark r asked tion of meeting death at the handsof ment, and character. Martin
predictions that we were in "for a
groups can agree among themselvesto him what was wrong. their own Commander!" Luther.
dose of mild fascism. trade concessions for votes, gov- "Oh, I'm getting a little weary of

Background for Belief ernment by majority rule ceases this life, sir," replied the soldier."What's Ace reporter Cecil Brown in a recent -

and the moment begin to break your trouble? asked GRANDMA'S IDEA FOR COLDS'
I never took that so very seriously you Collier's revealed that too many ACHES
down the party lines are in General Clark. She often used medicated mutton suet
,
until three news items were called, you Americans do not know the mean- -
:danger of having one party whichin "Why, ,I. haven't ,received a letterin -now many mothers use Penetro,
to my attention. One was the state;; ing of Fascism. His definition is
'
five days General replied the modem medication in a base contain- ,
end is ,
ment that the CIO committee of po the no party. soldier. "What does the post office worth adopting: "A Fascist is a per-, ing mutton suet. .Rub on-double

litical action was planned as a nu- I can well understand how when think herea son anywhere in the world who action relieves colds' muscular aches,
department are over
cleus of a labor party. That didn't anyone" contemplates the problemsof bunch of we ?" wants special privileges for himself, coughing./ (1) vaporizes to comfort

smell of fascism but it had-a slightly our domestic affairs in the post- archeologists and denies to others the simple' stuffy nose (2)) outside, stimulates at i

collectivist aroma. war period, it is hard to keep one's "Personally, I think five days is rights of a human being." spot where applied. Get Penetro._
service the United
pretty good from
The next item in the London mind on the war.
was "
States to the front lines
\ son, replied -
News Letter, a little pamphlet edit- Clark. "But I'll talk'to the Robert Benchley's Christmas
The Change in greetings were not acceptable. His Druggists recommend
ed by Commander King-Hall, mem- postal service officials and see if

ber of parliament, the contents of Invasion Plans you can't get your love letters quick. announcement that he is through
which cabled Can- writing, considering himself no longer -
to Toronto
are "
It is a perilous thing these daysto er. I see your point, soldier.
ada, where it is printed as an Amer- funny, is the only thing he ever ,
write more than an hour in ad- I
ican edition. King-Hall is an inde- : wrote that failed to amuse his fans.If .

pendent in_politics with slightly conservative I vance of the invasion if one uses VETERANS EXPAND' Mr. Benchley will only read the Relieves pain and I soreness I
the future tense. The of
majority The committee inves-
leanings. Ramspeck humorists who think they still ARE
opinion "as I write" (that's the sav- For relief from the torture of simple
civil service has most his
he will abdica-
tigating spent
funny repudiate
,
Piles.PAZO ointment has been famous
Here are the excerpts to which I line
the inva-
ing ) believes that
of its time the numbersof for than Here's
trimming tion and get back to his typewriter. more thirtrrears. why:
refer: sion won't get under way until late government workers. But it has Firl
". There are many indi- spring although one report through areas,relieve.pain and itching. Second.
now stumbled into a situation requiring We've lacked admiration for PAZO ointment lubricates hardened
cations at what might be called Sweden said the Germans were ex- of never dried parts-helps prevent cracking and
a complete change policy. Gen'l Eisenhower, but it grew a lot soreness. Third. PAZO ointment tendsto
the lower levels of domestic pecting it between Christmas and
The Veterans'administration in- reduce swelling and check bleeding.
,
when read his to the
we answer arm-
practice, that there are forces New Year's. Fourth it's easy to use. PAZO oint
stead of to reduction of
submitting a chair strategists who've been flap- ment's perforated Pile Pipe makes application -
and tendencies work in Brit-
at But from the time that General personnel, is asking for more-thou- ping their jaws on what's wrong with simple thorough. Your doctorcan
ain which are going to produce Eisenhower tell you about PAZO ointment.
was named as com- sands more. Men are being discharged the campaign in Italy. The Gen-
great changes in our political mander and the other in
changes from military service so
eral said the only method he had
system. Some of these changeswere command were named, it appeared fast that the task of Veterans ad- was-to kill German troops, which he

foreshadowed in a pam- that the shape of the whole Allied ministration is going up like a sky-
is doing the best he can. The impli-
entitled "The
phlet Future of plans for the assault on fortress rocket. Now employing 45,000 work- cation was he'd be glad to know if Valuable Attar

j Party Politics" written by Com- Europa began to change rapidly.The ers all over the country, V. A. yyiU the smart stay-at-homes had any Attar of roses, ,a perfume base,

mander King-Hall in 1937. It speed with which, the Russian soon have to double its staff. better ideas. is so valuable to the rose oil indus-
was there argued that a crisis, armies were toward the '
moving try of Bulgaria it is deposited in
both domestic and international, German frontiers
set new forcesin banks._
PEACETIME
and BACK TO Congresswoman Luce's triumphas
was developing demanding motion. -
for-its solution a high degree of INDUSTRY America's best dressed gal takesa

national unity in Britain, and Suddenly the Mediterranean be- Donald Nelson is engaged in a load off your correspondent'smind.

0- that the political expression of came less important in the pictureas behind-the-scenes race with Elder He was afraid the year would Acid IndigestionRelieved

,. that unity, and, the instrument Washington saw it. It was pointed Statesman Bernie Baruch to work close before he had a chance to

: for making effective must be out that the British had a larger out plans for the reconversion of call anything in Congress best. He In 5 minutes or double money back
force of men, ships and supplies in and who salutes Mrs. I uce's When excess:: stomach add causes painful,auffocat--
; a national government ." American industry see can chic, and thinks tog gas,sour stomach and heartburn,doctor usually
that theater than the Americans. get it done first. This was behindthe her colleagues in Congress ought to presents the fastest-acting medicines known for
symptomatic relief-medicines like thoseinSellassTablets.
In other words the writer
means What_had seemed the most impor- war production board meeting, copy her styledressesespeciallyMother No laxative. Bell-ans brings comfort In a
by a "national government" jiffy or double your money back on return of l/ottlo
a
co- tant thing in Europe to, Americaever last week when Nelson called in his Hubbards-being highly suitable to us.25c at all druggists.

alition government- such as Englandhas since our troops landed in top aides and outlined a big postwar to other members.A .
now with no opposition-what North Africa suddenly less im '
grew of civilian production.
program -Buy War Savings Bonds-
amounts. to a single .party. portant. The Middle' East, which Nelson wants plans for the changeover legislator requests (in the name

The Mood'in BritainAnd had looked as if it were the gather- of industry to begin at once. of fair play) our radio time to an- WNU-7 3-44 9'T4it '

here is another excerpt, a- ing point of a new'blow through the This does not mean the actual re swer some of our statements about

a quotation from a speech in the houseof Balkans, perhaps with the help of conversion of factories, since a lot him In the same spirit of fair

commons which the London News Turkey, shrank on the horizon. The of them may be busy on war orders play I offer him this bargain: As

= shifting of British commanders for some time. But it does mean far as I am concerned, I will yield

measure seemed to make this clear. full speed ahead on plans for recon- my entire 15 minutes to him when Back Htfrfs *
And then 'there were calls for version.
he yields his full hour (and his
Government
must al-
be greater speed on the part of the This may provide one clue on how Congressional immunity) on the And Your Strength and
by majority but let it
ways be Allies, it seemed as if a fear that soon the administration expects ,the floor of' Congress to me. Energy Is Below Par z
not by party'controversy and
Russia might get to Berlin first
party majority. In this was war to be over in Europe. It may be caused by disorder of Hi-
countryat stirring new activity and there were However insiders who know Sounds in the Night: In the Zan- flay function that permits poisonous)
the present time, there seemsto stories that was not waste to accumulate. For truly many
Spain
be coming into' being as anxiousfor something about personal rivalriesof zibar: "They,met quite accidentally.He people feel tired, weak and miaerabl
a cen- Allied friendship as she was to when the kidneys fail to remove excess
opened his wallet and
there she
in it also the
tral body of opinion very well the "Bolshevists" Washington, see acids and other route matter from the
and adequately keep from gettingnearer desire of Donald Neson to grab the was!" At the Hurricane: "A blood. -
represented
on her borders, that if she must You may suffer nagging backache
hair-do? It looks ;
ball from Baruch and "Assist- more like a hair-
all sides of this house. It is to away rheumatic paint, headaches dizziness
that central body of opinion that make new enemies, at least it was ant President" Jimmie Byrnes. dale!" In the 51: "She has retting up nights, leg pains, swelling.
better to have the Allies Sometimes frequent
against her and urina-
scanty
These two long have wanted to get more circulation than Winchell!
I should like the government than to have Russia tion with smarting and burning Is another
to appeal in a bolder and ,more get too near Nelson out, and at one time FDR At the Latin Quarter: "Fifth the kidneys sign that bladder.something 18 wrong with

forward-stepping policy ." her.But without actually signed a letter appointing columnists don't use by-lines" There should or be no doubt that prompt
even these rumors, it Baruch chairman of a special com- In the Little Palm: "Sure he's thin- treatment Is wiser than neglect U..
This speaker continues his clearer and clearer that Doan't Pitlt. It Is better
appeal grew the job to rely on a
You can't
all ner. get swelled headin
mittee to take war produc- a
over medicine
that has
s. won countrywide
-
for a single "central body of opin- ahead was colossal. Hopes that Ger- approval
the than
army" At the Tavern-On- on something less favorably
ion" and warns against "dividing a many could be brought down by tion.Note (known.Doan't have been tried and tested --
The-Green "A fool and
: Before Nelson got busy on : his moneyare ,
(the British) who many years. Are at all drug stores
people provide bombing alone were given up. It reconversion, Baruch had been soon petted" At No. One Get Doan I today. ,tf
,_ some bridge between the extreme really seemed as if her factoriesand
Bar "Is
asked by the White House to study : my apartment cold? The
!\- capitalism of the United States and indeed her cities had moved -
plans converting industry backto Esquire Varga girls are wearing f
the extreme collectivism; of Russia. underground. a r
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a lot of meat cuts with :
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action-decisive In results. values which we are, Stuffed Spareribs. with Dressing
a multiple medicine-an if
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like to work all
way on
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cold symptoms at the Lettuce with French Dressing 'SORETONENaturally
1 Relieve headache-ease Won't .
Bran Muffins
reduce fever-relieve nasal ?" "
Grove's Cold Tablets give d Baked Apple Beverage a man looks old beyondhis '
comfort! Take exactly as Recipe Given. years when he's sore from lum. soothes fast wiffiin
Rest, avoid exposure. Ask more <; bago or other muscle pains. The ''
gist for Grove's Cold! and famous McKesson Laboratories j j
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Save}Money Get Large@ all other ingredi developed Soretone Liniment for C DaD NEAT :-'1

for these cuts :: ents except milk. those cruel pains- ; Mix thoroughly. strain,fatigue or over-exercise. }
t t a great many of these, Shape into Ipaf; the blessed relief .of Soretone'a ACTI 0 N '::1
t meat cuts belong to the brush top with cold heat action;- '

add "variety" to additional melted 1. Quickly Soretone acts to en '
a wonderful source of .. -' shortening. Place hance local circulation. cotes o. -1;

-. minerals. You'll like loaf in baking 2. Check muscular cramps. MUSCULAR LUMBAGO ::1.
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Slt.IN : I dish and add % cup water.' Bake in -3. Help reduce local swelling OR BACKACHE

r Acno pimples, eczema, Biscuit Pies. I a moderate, oven (300 degrees), for 4. Dilate surf. ace' capillary blood duB to fatlfut or cxpoiurtMUSCULAR -
titis, simple ringworm, tetter, 4 to 6)) 1 hour. For sauce add milk 15 minutes vessels -
bumps, (blackheads), and before taking from ,oven. PAINS
out skin. Millions relieve Soretone contains methyl salicyl* duo to told
;. ing and soreness of these or substitute Variation: Grind half beef heart ate, a most effective.pain-relieving
simple home treatment. Goes : chopped meat and use in place of beef liver. Or, agent.There's only one Soretone- SORE MUSCLES .:

-'once. Aids healing, works peas ,. :* ., I grind pork heart and omit fat in insist on.,it for Soretone results. due b overwork.
way. Use Black and White carrots recipe. Add % teaspoon poultry' 50?. A big bottle, only $1.
as directed. lOc, 25c, 50c MINOR SPRAINS
/:. success. Money-back medium seasoning..
"; in cleansing is good soap sauce Heart is not a tender cut of meat
mous,Black and White Skin and is good only if you cook it properly -

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outer
remove mem
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DON'T LET 'through center; re slow or 'moderate heat. A stuffing ... --" faclcot Ingredient in Sore-
tone act like heat to Increasethe
tubes. Brush with adds loads of good flavor: superficial supply of
'-" blood to the ire and Induesa -
;; place 2 inches below Baked Stuffed Beef Heart. "and McKesson makes it" glowing soma of tea=mtiti

SLOW"YOU Broil 5 minutes on (Serves 6)
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-- 0 When bowels are 'Slice kidney; combine 3 to 4 beef heart
feel irritable, headachy, do peas and carrots. Mix pound Invest in War ,Bonds
do 2 slices bacon Liberty : Buy
-chew FEEN-A-MINT, sauce. Pour into indi-
chewing-gum laxative. 1 cup fine bread crumbs
dishes or casseroles.
FEEN-A-MINT'before you V-2. teaspoon herb or poultry r
t:' taking only in accordance biscuit: Sift together seasoning
'; directions sleep without Bronchitis'I'.y % cup cornmeal, 3 1 small'onion .-
turbed. Next morning ,gentle
powder % tea-
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of
FEEN-A-MINT..Tastes a grains sug- Flour for dredgingFat
and economical.A generous \ cup shortening; add %
74 or oil for browning
make a soft dough. TO STAY FRESH EVERYWHERE
f = fEEt .A.MINT out dough, % inch Wash heart and'remove enough of
center' portion to admit addition of
floured board; cut
1 inch in diameter. dressing or stuffing. Dice bacon and
On fry until crisp. Combine with bread
Guard ,on meat and vegeta
Gushing' Hostess Bake in a very hot crumbs. Season with finely minced ",Ta T-- .
onion. Season cavity within hearts, +
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Absent-minded Liver Loaf. fill with stuffing and fasten with
skewers. Roll in flour and brown
; :' sibly, but you can't (Serves 6)
beef'liver quickly in hot fat in heavy kettle.
Add small amount of water or beef
dry bread crumbs stock. Cover and cook slowly 2 to

shortening 2V4 hours in a moderate oven (350
'degrees) until done. Thicken liquid .

pepper-salt for gravy, if desired.

paprika, *Stuffed Spareribs.. a

minced onion 2V sheets'"of spareribs

ons' parsley Stuffing:

Yz loaf bread, cubed /
.water over liver and 1 onion, minced fine '

Gather Your Scrap minutes. Chop and add Salt, pepper, sage to taste
toasted brazil nuts sliced
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Throw It !
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Lynn Says 4 tablespoons drippings ,

Toast the cubed bread in a hot
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them as delicious as Add onion, seasonings .::::-- J.\::: 1
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food value and best in nuts. Mix welL

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cause It goes right to the up on proteins during hot water. Add to f
trouble to these is wasteful. Se- bread and JOss Y.O .
germ laden phlegm, and from this one group lightly with fork. : Because Camels are the number one cigarette with,
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flamed bronchial Place dressingin men in all the services, they're following our men to
branes. Tell beans or peas or soy- center of one sheet of spareribs.
Camels
: your druggist a0 >.' every continent, on every ocean. Happily are
a bottle of Creomulsion or nuts. Remem- Cover with second sheet. Draw '
and slow burn-
packed to stay fresh, cool smoking,
to
meal
derstanding you must like a together and sew ,in place.
quickly allays the cough the of edges meat. : >f. jng-anywhere, any time. The Camel pack keeps your
use cereals with Salt outside of Pepper, dredge
to have your back.for famous flavor
} money \Camels fresh, too-sealing in that extra
in
vegetables and fruit. with flour. Place shallow roasting
cereals and breads pan. Bake in a moderate (350- and extra mildness. For a fresh treaty try Cam .

Coughs,Chest Colds, more of a load degree) oven. Cover bottom of pan

these times, but they can't take with a little water. Roast for 1% '!>. ku4f 2>;ij::.titfr r.=o $a?+ot,,,W; ;',gwy 4ey'y.: oi::HM1y..ti6ig; .. ;T y: ?:* ,,, yj.v ;:'t.s .,;; 1 :
S the place of meat and vegetables.Use hours. Make gravy from drippingsin i i ''i'"r'** *-*4&Arf**Vfg SJFSWxS. >

them to make the flavor of bottom of pan. f3 /]PJ, ,t',7 #!;.,.Ei. I,,., ; -.'
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irwi write to Lynn Chambers, Western Newspaper iy..o.;>t+ ,'c?:: 's :;..L>; y"\\, ty c. \:
== :OUR est help for vegetables .OOSt 1'd
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JUST A / 44)CO Rich-in-vitamin fruits and vege- Chicago 6, Illinois. Don't forget to enclosea :, :;>;, t i the !'ttYtr'If' etlgtaretie #SCetmR#..,;w ,
, : CASH IN FEATHERS,., MUCH FABTMUqRj tables can be found in winter, too I stamped, telf-addressed envelope for :;< + )lvHc vsj: }
; SP E AD>r ON ROOSTjS, Save Used Fats! your reply. i TSffViXwVir VvMvv W"X'
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TF' THE CLEW1STON NEWS FTUIy JANUARY 28, 1941
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o i in said cause on February 7, 1914, at
List of Donors 'l'1,11:1II: % '( I':..it'iiin, Jniitinr> :"i. 111.1..1 the Clerk's office in the Hendry County
I I Florida courthouse in the City of
I LaBelle, Florida, otherwise the allegations -
NOTICE hereby given that the
is of said bill will be taken as
(Continued from Page 4) Trustees of the Internal Improvement this orderbe
I I confessed by him; and that
and COMMERCIAL
Fund the Florida the
of State of
Rosenberg, $1.00; published 'each week for four
$2.00; L. C. I State Board of Education of the State consecutive weeks once In The Clewlston.
Joseph Robbins, $2.00; J. K. Rog I of Florida offer for sale and will receive -I II I News. ,
,
ers. $2.00; F. Rodriquez, $2.00. I Florida competitive at 12 o'clock bids Noon In Tallahassee February I Done and ordered tn.s 3rd day of .
Arch Simmons, $2.00; Mrs. A. W. f 8th, 1944. for lands In HENDRY COUNTY February, 1944. I TRAILERS

"Sias, $2.00; Fred C.- Sikes $5.00; I E FLORIDA% of Section described 16, Township as follows 46(; : I (SEAL) Clerk WILLIAM Circuit Court T. HULL., f
Dennis Small, $2.00; G. H. Small ,South Range 32 East, containing Hondry County, Florida.
:$200; Ernest J. Smith $2.00; Sel- 320 W acres,4 of;Section 33. Township 45 I H. A. RIDER. .
Solicitor for
Complainant.No.
E. Taylor, $2.00; C. A. Thomas, 320 E%acres of ;Section 17, Township:
=$2.00; H. C. Thomas $1.00; J. F. I South, Range. 32 East, containing !
REGISTRATION
I OF
320 acres
Tippey $2.00; I\ J. Tokieda, $1.00; Hendry'County; State of Florida. I. I .
Asa Townsend, $2.00; A. Toulis, I This Notice is published in compliance Registration books open In each I
I with Sections 270.08 and 270.09, election district Tuesday, February 8,
100. Florida Statutes 1911 and close Monday, March 6. During,
U, S. Sugar Corp., $10.00. The Trustees and the Board reserve this time the books will be at the following -
the right to reject any and nil bids. places
A. H. Vann, $1.00' ; Harry T. By order of the Trustees of the Internal Precinct No. One-Alston's Drug
Vaughn $2.00; B. T. Vorhees, Improvement Fund and. State Store, Parker T. Wilson District Of-
$2.00 Margaret Von Mack $1.00.A. Board of Education ficer Clewlston Florida.
;
SPESSARD L. HOLLAND
Precinct No. Two-Jennings' Store
O. Ward, $2.00; Dr.: C. E. Governor. Mrs. Irma Jennings. District Officer, ....
Weaver, $2.00 R. A. Westmoreland% Attest: 1 LaBelle Florida. ,
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F C ELLIOT Secretary, 'Trustees. Precinct No. Three-Hough Service
$2.00; Roger M Weeks, $1.00; F. COLJN ENGLISH, Secretary, State I Station, W. D Hough District Officer
X. Williamson, $1.00 R. C., Wilson -:i I Board of Education. LaBelle l Florida; '
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No 48-Jan 14. 21. 28. Feb 4. I Precinct No. Four Daniels' Home,
$2.00; K. Woodward, $1.00j I, .., I Mis. Dorn Daniels District Officer, Our "Granite" Commercial Trailers give the advantageof'a

AV. D. Wylie, $2.00. /i iv Tiin CIRCUIT COUnT or nr.-xnuY I Denaud Precinct Florida No. Five Lancaster's car and truck at no added operation cost. Save
John C. Ziler, $2.00. : COUNTY, FLORIDA. C'lIAACTMtV.: : ; ". Home, Mrs. Addine Lancaster District
It is expected that there may be: ,J Officer, Felda Florida. I time and expense. Perfect balance makes for ease of
Sec. 102,09 Florida Statutes 1941.
a few additional late returns.' I WIL"AR CLEO LEWIS.Complainant, Registration books open at office of handling. See this trailer, of "a thousand uses". '
This entire $279.25' forwarded : Supervisor of Registration, March 7th \
to the State headquarters in JAcksonville MARIAN RAMSEY LEWIS,. and close April 15th. Hours during -
Defendant. which registration books in the sev- I On Display (it
which with the total t of eral election districts and at the office
of Supervisor of Registration are from
FLORIDA TO
THE STATE OF :
210552.28 from the state as" n MARION RAMSEY LEWIS, whose place 19:00: o'clock A., M, to 12:00 o'clock -
whole is used for the support of'.xhe. of residence is unknown JI I and from 2:00 o'clock P. M to M..I, HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS
o'clock P. M. each day except ;
tuberculosis hospital at Orlando for It appearing from the sworn bill I I Secs. 102.09 and 102.17 Florida Statutes .-
TOobile: examination units and general filed in said court wherein said complainant 1941. PHONE !9.'J CLEWISTOX, FLOIIIDA
seeks a divorce from the said Given under my hand and seal this
tuberculosis'clinics which. sQrve defendant that the place of residence 19th day of January A. D. 1944.
the entire 'state as well as Hendry. of said defendant Is unknown. It is I (SEAL) JOHN L. HALL. ,
now, therefore, ordered that the said Supervisor of Registration 6
"County.
defendant be and is required to. appear., Hendry County, Florida. ,-",
.. No. C-Jan. 20, 27, Feb. 3. :
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do, will
. ;. .get valuable trIining-learn you you interesting World War Veteran :. 'I-, ,,-:.:' = also agro-industrial opportunities ,'

r, thing*;-and help get Experienced inGovernment .; '-; .1. so brilliant that, Florida ;
v; this taron! I
,,.: TODAY-get full details at -:' ? 'i-- may become a greater, richer

the nearest U. S. Army RecruitIng : /.' ; manufacturing state than anyFloridian :
Station (jour local post "i
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office will give you the ad- His Election Will :( yet :

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