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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: February 4, 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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; VOLUME 15-NUMBER 10 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1944 SUBSCRIPTION'-$a.5Q PER YEAR

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': : Riddle Field Is Retained Returns Small Ads in Fat Bring Salvage Big 1 I Gene Sarazen jo Play



As AAF Flying School Dean King,. manager- of the B and I I II On Course ''Here' Sunday

:k i' : I IC' I B Cash Grocery, reports that the fats i;r/.M/W W WYL/ ...

, ., <:> I salvaged through the market there )I o

' No Florida Schools Were\ To Build Railroad Spur for use in manufacture of munitions, i j SUPPER LADIES AID FEB.SPAGHETTI 10TH Visitors Welcomed To

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has jumped from 8 or 10 pounds per i j
Included In AAF Here for Sugar Corp. month to 729, pounds during the | The Ladies Aid Spaghetti supper Watch FoursomeIn

will be given at the Sugarland Recreation -
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month of January. I
Release John E. Price of the Okeechobee r Center next Thursday evening AfternoonGene
Construction was in Clewis- Mr. King attributes the sudden
company { February 10th. This is the

s: Y I Riddle Field was not affected by ton this week making preparationfor jump in the amount of fats turned annual benefit sponsored by the Sarazen will play a friendly

: 'the Army Air Forces' recent release the work of laying a new rail-' in to the market to the two classi- Society and proves a very popular foursome of golf on the Clewiston
road spur here for the sugar cor- event. course Sunday afternoon and although
of 14 civilian contract 'schools ands I fied advertisements which he has
: poration. inserted in the Clewiston News each Tickets for adults are being sold this is not an exhibition
: ,-:-,:'':: 70 colleges from its aviation train The new spur is to be located I week for the past four issues. Iat 75 cents each. Special tickets match in the strict sense of the term,

ing program; an official announce- near the present sugar house. All Clewiston markets made arrangements for children may be purchased at the a gallery will be welcome. No

ment from the War Department Mr. Price was making an effort to I months ago to handle I door. doubt !scores of interested people
states. find housing facilities for his em- ,
I I will enjoy the nofed
i [and dispose of salvage fats for I II watching
'; The University of Florida was one ployees, but found Clewiston and Clewiston housewives, and the News I Sarazen play.

of the 70 colleges included in the I the neighboring towns already I carried news stories of how to save I VAUGHN DESCRIBES Mr., Sarazen is coming to Clewis-

release. crowded. and dispose of 'these ,fats. The need ton to 'spend several days as guestof

The Embry-Riddle school at Union I for salvaged fats has been em-I Jay W. Moran, general managerof

z l City, Tennessee, is the only phasized on radio programs and in I SUGAR MAKING TOKIWANISMEMBERS the United States Sugar corporation -

'; school operated by the Miami par- LAUNITA GEORGE IS I other ways for months. The response .

,. : ;- ent company of: John Paul Riddle in Clewiston was very meager I I Playing with him in the foursomewill

.. ,' < '.' which is affected by the order., That I until Mr. King began using the be E. Leonard, golf pro at the
,;' '.,' 'J school was released from contract SERIOUSLY INJUREDIN classified ads. local course, RAF Cadet W. W.

:)'.'::. V'.' .,'"..1 and when the students now in training I Both, Mr. King and the News takea Galloway and American civilian

;*. i.. '. there complete their courses the good deal of pride in the increased H.. T. Vaughn, superintendent of flying instructor J. McCracken.
':J "i schools release will become effec- JAX ACCIDENT I amount of fat that Clewiston the_ sugar house, of the United States Both McCracken 'and Galloway are

;', y tive. housewives are contributing, and Sugar Corporation, ,was speaker at : very good players, turning In par
--- I Kiwanis Wednesday evening. Mr. or near par scores regularly, and the
., Although no statement has been hope the salvage, campaign will con-
... Launita Roberts George, seaman Vaughn's topic was production match-even 'aside from Mr. Sara-
J.: I made of why some schools were retained tinue. The fat is vitally needed;
/> .7{: and others released.... it is 21c| U. S. Navy, was seriously in- I end every ounce of it is put to military I of sugar, and he began by giving an zen's presence-will prove worth
' .' jured in an accident in Jacksonville historical while to devotees of the sport.
interesting background.
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',.: probably that climate and location : or to essential civilian use. I
Sunday, according ,to advices received I Visitors at the
7 were factors considered. All five' Sugar cane was brought to this course will findit
a., here by her husband, Gral- in the best condition in Mr.
,
;' primary schools in Florida were retained \ country by Columbus, and the first years
. ton George. Mrs. George, in com commercial sugar mill is believed to Leonard, who is a master at his job

Primary schools released by the pany with three other WAVES had I II COUNTY LAGGINGIN have been established about 1750 in has really brought the ,course out

I alighted from a bus and were Louisiana, said Mr. Vaughn. He in wonderful shape this season. He
Air Forces are located in Ari- I
, Army ing along the sidewalk, to their barracks -1 then traced briefly the developmentof has devoted his entire time to the
,: :' ,_, zona, Arkansas, California, Loui truck PURCHASE OFT I II
I when a military car or the industry to the present. course and to helping those who en-
.. siana, Mississippi, Missouri, Okla- .
crashed into them and injured all l Concerning the actual manufac- I joy it. Each week he spends a day
homa, Tennessee and Texas. "
' I four of them seriously.The 'I WAR BONDSSale I ture of' raw sugar, the speaker' gavea at ,Riddle Field, taking with him

only information of the accident description of the processes, following clubs and balls and gives free golf

has been received here in telegrams the cane through from the instruction to all cadets who care

: : ELBERT L. STEWART I from the Commanding Officer of "E" bonds, the individual I time it is dumped from the cars at for it. Cadets and other service

I of ,the WAVES and in telephone the sugarhouse until it emerges as men are also given. privileges of the
I war savings bond, has been the
conversations with the Naval hospital I raw sugar and is packaged. into bags course free.It .
most disappointing feature of the
SEEKS RE-ELECTION
and with Mrs. George's sister. Fourth, War Bond drive in Hendry;! ready for the refinery. i is expected 1 that an interested
? I
j j Exact details have not been learn- The Kiwanis Club will celebrate crowd of cadets and civilians will .
county said C. V. Parkinson', chair-
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}:. '| ed, but it is known that it was neces- war : Charter Night next Wednesday. All watch Mr. Sarazen and the local
man of the county finance committee -
<'r ASJEPRESENTATIVE l Isary to amputate Mrs. George's right this week ,i past presidents and all charter mem- players ;:Sunday afternoon
j
,,1*1;, Since that operation there have _, bel's'of the: Club who are available. --. :?' '
been no complications, and:it is hoped Hendry county has been given f\.will l '..be'special guests.. '0(

.thel Elbert -Stewart candidate of Clewlston.. is that her 'condition: may be considered the quota of..$757 09 in Series "E'rI|I HENDRY COUNTY
first. ,from HendryfC6unty I improved at this time. bonds as part of the total quota ofj ,
as I
thereby I Notice All
to
pay a filing fee $477,200"which is to be raised dur- to Federal\
-Announcing that he will seek- office ( From the best information ing the fourth campaign. Figures I
? the of 2. tainable here the accident Income TaxpayersInternal DRAFT BOARD LIST
n: Democratic primary: May I ; 'Ob-I for sales were not totalled this week, ::
caused by a tire blowing out on
>: Mr. Stewart seeks re-election as
but every: .sales agency reported to
I military vehicle just it I .
representative. He is rounding out as Mr. Parkinson that their sales were: Revenue Officer, John H. IOF
his sixth term representative. He !another car. This placed the car I I' DELINQUENTS
as exceedingly slow. Maloy, Jr., Deputy Collector of Internal -
was first elected to this office in ''so near the sidewalk that when the aI II Revenue
There' the'thought will be at Clewiston
;; -, ,. 1930, then in 1934 and the succeed- I I blow-out occurred it jumped on the I is little comfort in Post Office on February 14th and I
that the
sales all 'I
over state The following list of men has
I walk and struck the
ing elections of 1936, 1938, 1940 i girls I are slow, said Mr Parkinson. 15th, for the purpose of assisting I been compiled by the'" Hendry County -
and 1942. He was defeated in the Mr. George is quite ill himself' local income taxpayers with the filing -
I "Clewiston people have money.. The I Ibanl's I selective service. board as men
'32 general election by R. E. with arthritis and could not make of their final 1943 income tax
statement of condition recently who are delinquent with the board.
/IBurchard, ; republican, who did not i the trip to Jacksonville, but Mrs. 1 \ returns: I
the j White Ful-
published proves money 1 : James Marshall
seek the office again. George's sister, Mrs. Claudia Scott I
I 1 is here. Folks are making good | Those taxpayers desiring as- wood. Jacobo Malki.
Mr. Stewart qualified last Thursday was notified and went to JacksonI I sistance will please bring with them I '
money; everybody is working and Negroes:. James Crumpton, Marion -
less than a week from the dead- I ville and is remaining with her sis- 1 at good salaries Our money will the following items of information. Cleo Powell, Jr., Marsha Bell,

;'r.' line, Feb., 1. R. A. Gray secretary ter. Mrs, George has lived in Clewi i be worth nothing unless we win this 1. Copies of their' 1942 income.,I u Joe Brown, James Percell, Joe Ellison -
of state, announced that "Candi- j listen for several years and her tax returns. ;
r war. Clewiston has scores and I : Edward Joyner, John James
::Aa-- dates for justice of the supreme i I I many friends hope for an early scores of boys out there fighting; I 2. Records of all payments made I Starker.

court, circuit judge, state attorney, recovery for her. (if any made) on 1943 estimated '
i they are in every. _branch of the service Charlie Brown, Roger Preston *
judge and solicitor of criminal ] r--- ; they are scattered all over the declaration, filed in September and j I Johnson, Lester Lovett, Lewis Jack-

courts of records, court of record, world. They are giving their best, I December. I son, George E. Diggs, Claude Jones,

state senator' and state represen- 'GRAND MATRON their all, but this will not be enough I 4. Records of all amounts, with- I Willie Heflin, Willie Dave Young.

,tative, must qualify not later thanFebruary' unless we folks back home back I held from wages or salaries. Employees '. C. B. Murphey, Joe Henry McCoy,

1." them up to the extent of giving I should have employers. re I Homer Lee Tarver.

. James A. Franklin of Fort Myers i\ VISITS EASTERN them a bountiful supply of food, I ceipt-Government forms- W-2 orV2. Charles Edward Byrd, Nathon

% 1s state senator of this district and munitions, guns, planes, tanks, I I( your employer has not Gipson, Richard David Owen, John

A :. was elected in 1942 for a four year trucks, materials, 'clothes, medicinesand furnished this receipt-request that Robert Smith, Huey James Clark, 1
term.[ Senator Franklin, now Major STAR CHAPTER : I a thousand other things that he furnish you with your receipt Robert Clarence Thompson, Herbert

Franklin, is in the army but, be- are essential to them and their |I I immediately. Williams, Leon Butler Levi White-

fore leaving for military duties said :Mrs. Winnie-Blyth of Cocoa, I! fighting. They have absolutely no I 5. Have with you proper nota-. head, Mack Henry Jones. 1
'he expected to be home by the time 'II way of getting' these things unlesswe tions of your 1943 total income and Joe Turner, Osie Lee Rowell, .
Matron
..Worthy Grand of the '
: (the next legislature meets, in 1945. Grand at home buy them and send your permissible deductions, such as Thomas Leroy Butler, J. C. Williams -
Chapter'of
Florida made her :
--- official ; them out to them. The only way I contributions, interest, taxes and John Arthur Hall Noah Col- :j
visit to the Moore Haven
I;: Basketball Season we can. do that is through War total medical expenses for the year lins, Henry Gibbs, Walter Berry- .j i
chapter, Order of the Eastern Star,1 !'
Bonds. 1943. man, Eugene Jones Hudson, Lue

Underway With More Friday Mrs. night.Stella Pirkle The womans committee, headedby j I' 6. ,All married persons having Willie Swift Leroy Prewitt, Charles

.;;., worthy ma- 11rs.1.. M.. Prewitt is at work separate incomes should appear together Lofton, Tom Anthony, Johnnie Baker -
,
Games Scheduled tron was in the chair, with I. E. (
or send full information regarding Willie Franklin. '
Scott, acting as in and will continue to work. Mr. j
worthy patron
both incomes with the Frank Myers, Ted McNeil Buddy -
the absence of Charles M. Pirkle, Parkinson asks that every personin .
\ There will be two basketball who was ill with flu. All other of-j the community go ahead and I spouse appearing for assistance. Jones, J. D, Tippons, Sylvester
------.---.---- Wheat, Charlie Gray, Eugene. Sim- i
games here Monday night with the I, ficers were in their accustomed! make their purchases as rapidly as :
LaBelle girls and boys. The girls' I place, and Mrs. Edith Daughtrey j they can and not wait until the : Gratton George Returns mon, Eugene Zanders, Andrew Lee
game starts at 7:15 and the boys at 1 I serv d'as sentinel drive is nearly over. Smith, Rogers Wilhite Joe Jackson,
replacing
8 o'clock. Scott. \Ir\\. .A comparatively small group of Home from Hospitals Carle King Paul James Jones, Tom
I Jones, Jr., and John Jordan, Jr.
Considerable rivalry has grownup Mrs. Blyth made a splendid talk people attended the display of cap- :I --
between the two schools and two to th :-chaPrer members. She choseas I tured German and other military j I I Gratton George has returned home

fast games are expected. her topic "Every Star a Star," equipment which was shown here I) after a four and one-half months' Precinct 6 Voters ,

The girls have Avon the last two I and tried to impress on the Stars the for an hour on the school groundslast '](:stay in Hot Springs. Ark., and Capo I Must Reregister ,

'games, defeating Pahokee{ girls 30 meaning of the obligation each mem-I Friday afternoon. The truck Girardeau, Missouii. At the latter"

.... <' :.,.' to 24 and Moore Haven girls 33 to ber assumes at initiation. i bringing the equipment was accompanied (I place he was a patient in the Southeast -
'h <' 'Yk: 28. The project which Mrs. Blyth has I by A. P. Pierson, member !, Missouri Hospital and under A corrected notice of registration

,: ':... .-< 'Kathleen Lewis,. Tiger forward, chosen 'for the year is that of providing -I of the Agriculture committee of J|: the care of his cousin, Dr. D. B.'Elrod I legal which includes the newly creat-

:: .' : ,f' ,scored 59 points in the two games. an ambulance to be used by 'the state for the war bond drive and ''I and Dr. A. M. Estes. When ed precinct No. 6 at Hooker's] Pointin

,:- ," ',' The boys have lost their last our armed forces in combat duty. by Lt. W. A. Cody, both ,of whom |I I he was released from the hospital I District No.1, Clewiston, appears -

: :::, three games; being defeated by Pa- All free-will offerings in the state spoke to, the school children and the I|. Dr. and Mrs. Elrod accompanied i' elsewhere in this edition of

,,; : hokee 59 to 17 sand by Moore Haven during the year will be placed in crowd attending. Lt. Cody, a WAC him to Sikestan Missouri, to the the News.
,-'" 12 to 11 and by South Bay 19 the fund for this project. The i j officer, spoke on the need for more ,home of Mr. and Mrs P. M. May- John L. Hall, county supervisorof
'"" to 14. ambulance will bear the insignia of I women in the military services and |l I berry, who are also cousins of 1\Ir.1 I registration, wishes to call attention -

': the American Red Cross and of the said that each person contributing i i I George. ;i to the fact: that all voters
-- The boys have been handicapped Order of the Eastern Star. her small part to Victory in that Mr. ,Mayberry, who Is a nephew i iI living in this newly created pre-
by lack of experience and their inability After the meeting delicious cake way released a man who could add I lof I Mrs Robert George, and Mrs. 1 cinct must register in order to be
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to profit by their mistakes.On and' coffee were served and a pleasant to the contribution by doing work Mayberry accompanied Gratton to I eligible to vote in the coming elec-

Friday night the boys and girls social hour enjoyed. Mrs. Blyth for which women were not fitted. Clewiston, remained, here for a short tions.
play the Pahokee teams here. The delighted the Stars with her pleasing The school band under the direction I visit and have returned to their| Paul Bussey will have the regis-
girls game begins at '7:15: and the friendly personality: and the of Prof. Rosario Cataldo played home. It is reported that Mr. j tration books"at his store in Hookers -

,hoys' at 8. (Continued on Page 4)) several selections at the exhibit. George's condition is unchanged., I Point Feb. 8 to March 4.
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W EAIdSON


To Wartime Disagreements'Too Yv I Kind Lady-How Touchy long is it since

you have done any work?
D. C. George MacDonald, who just sold
M Washington, Hobo-Pardon me, mum, but.
the
PLENTY OF TRAINED PILOTS Roney-Plaza Hotel, says he readit I'm sensitive about
my age.
Many Cooks' Root of Labor Disputes; General Arnold did not say so in here, but we don't recall it. The
difference between Palm Beach and
Pressure Groups Individuals UnwillingTo his report to the secretary of war, Miami Beach-is the difference be- The man who wears' a toupee'
but the tremendous job of expanding
tween the social register and the never says much ,about it. He
Lay Aside Financial, Desires. air forces personnel is almost cash register.At keeps it under his hat.

finished. He might have penned a --

little footnote, saying, "We have pilots -
\ the Newspaper Guild Canteen a She Had Heard
running out of ears.
our
BAUKHAGENews been hostess was dancing with a CoastGuardsman "Come, come, loan, surely you know
By No cadet bases have
training
When the music if the world is round or square? Mary 1
Analyst and Commentator. closed as yet, but the army will stopped, he pulled out routine 77B tell her-!" _

WNU Service, Union Trust Building,. And ,so finally, the man with the close schools approximately for training pilots one betweennow dozen and said: "Now let's sit down and darkly."It's crooked, teacher" said Mary

Washington, D. C. long cigarette holder, just back from and April. Air forces officials talk about you." They sat and he

the world battlefronts where "so- put an arm around her.
Why did the President order the find that the elaborate program has "
much-per-hour-per-day" wasn't the "I get it, she said, "I see you
army to take over the railroads? now produced enough competent talk with "
You can get seven reasons from argument, but "so-many-lives-per- navigators and pilots to finish the your" hands. CLASSIFIED1DEPARTMENT I
hour" was where world were "Honey, he grinned, "I'm only
seven different presidential advisors.I maps job in both theaters of war. .

won't repeat them. I will name being re-drawn, where America's at- The tip-off to this is found in recent whispering now.

three. titude and action was about to rewrite changes in policy of the trans-
Mrs. Albert Einstein visited the
became'a
First, the epitome of those the po- history, little im port command.
astronomical observatory Mt. CHUFA SEEDFor
it patient. Army command which atop
minded
litically probably gave; transport Wilson and asked about the giant

will be a good thing for 1944. Thatis The Action Date does non-combat flying all over the telescope. "We use it," she was Sale-Recleaned Chufa Seed, hog, tur-
the sum total of a number of con- world, has always preferred to take key, chicken fattening crop easily grown .
"We have come to the action told, "to discover. the shape of the plant untU July. Stay all winter. Hogs har- "\
clusions of the master minds who pilots from the open market, usually universe." vest crop. $10 bu. cash with orders. Mar-
are advising concerning the political date," said the President, "we have from the airlines. These pilotsare em Parish. Jr.. De FunLak Springs Fla.
"My husband said the famedscientist's
campaign which is ahead of us. been talking here since Sunday. If specially trained in safe, efficient ,

There are two other reasons whichsome you can't take action by agreement, transport flying, as distin- wife, "does the same" Nurses' Training Schools
thing the back of
on
I will have to take action by an envelope.
of the time-hardened officialsIn my-, guished from the combat type of
MAKE UP TO S25-S35 WEEK trained
Washington offer (aside from the self. training in the army air forces. Iearn'quickly as a at home.

threat, real or fancied, to the war effort He took it and he took the rail- Recently, however, transport command A Major told' this- one to the cadets -. roY1titaJel' CHICAGO SCHOOL OF

). These officials let the political roads. To say that Washington was has been forbidden to take on at Yale the other day. He : NURSING. Dept. CW-1. Chicago.

not surprised would be to misjudge said General Giraud and Lt. Gen.,
stream flow over them. They are civilian pilots, and has been forcedto

more interestecTin getting the particular Washington. accept combat trained pilots Clark were discussing the best pos-' BOOKSRELIGIOUS

I. job assigned to them done The root of the whole trouble in from! the air forces. sible'plac'es for setting up staff head- BOOKS-BIBLES

than figuring out its political effects. i this and all the labor disputes has quarters in combat zones The Free illustrated catalogs. OXFORD CO.* '
been that there too youthful Clark recommended a certain Box 31. G. P. O.. New York N. Y.
were many
Needless to say, they belong to that MIRACLE WORKERS
i. large conscientious which cooks. The trouble with the confus- I distance from the firing lines, -m'
army Miracles happen in Wash-
:::' most people outside of Washington ing statements which come out of i ington. Farm Security, even administration but the older Giraud shook his head PLANTS FOR'SALE''

Washington is that there too and said:. "Too far"back. I like to
are
,J. forget exists an of people
army heir to all the grief of Rex '
6,000 Genuine White Yellow Bermuda
::: wise or unwise in their judgments many cooks. And yet, we have that Tugwell, and long confined to the be right up there on the line. Onion Plants, grown from or Imported Tene-

:'.:: but beholden to no political party paradox that when there are too Capitol 'Hill dog house, is now "But, sir," said" Clark, "you were rife l.COO Onion Island Plants.seed, $4.50$1.50 express postpaid.collect Ehlers; -

r"\ for their positions. many people handling war 'prob- emerging into the warm sunlight of captured twice. Bros.Plant: :farms, Carrizo Springs, Tes.

G lems, the only cure so far has been favor.
congressional A simple mat-
:reasons ; to substitute too few-to pass the ter of southern friendship did it. Shortly after the Sullivan parentsof CABBAGE PLANTSCharleston

fi, .-: = The roads were seized as a threat buck to one man-the President. The The miracle resulted from the Waterloo (Iowa) learned of the Wakefield. Early Jersey Wake-

:(" against other industrialists who answer to that is that one man loss of their five sons aboard the field, Early Flat Dutch. $1.75 per thousand.

..-_ might make trouble in accepting simply cannot do it all. fact that Frank Hancock and Harold cruiser "Juneau," they visited Wash- Copenhagen Market $2.00 per thousand.
Cooley were a couple of Cash with order or c. o. d. Now shipping; I
,
i ':", terms of future labor wage decisions The war is too far away from us. 'congressmen ington, where they volunteered to do orders filled quickly. Write or wire '
from Hancock
North Carolina. '
DEALER'S PLANT FARM
r.::',. such demands for increases We cannot lay aside our personaland now out of congress, has just been anything to complete the job their Ashburn" Georgia. I

<.: which can't be easily dodged (perhaps natural desire to make as much head boys had started. A tour of de-
appointed of Farm Security.
i ". just demands, perhaps not, money out of it as the next fellow. Hence for- fense plants was arranged."Mom" SONGSSONGS
Congressman Cooley,
depending on who holds the scales). Sullivan (after a lifetimein I
This has gone on from the begin- merly FSA's deadliest critic, is nowa
: '- ,The second reason offered is this: ning-employer making his profits Waterloo) suddenly found herselfa OF LIFE, LOVE, HOME, WAR.
and friend.
, supporter Bound folio 12 lovely tunes plus 3 war
lady of leisure. There
:, Simply because of the President's was plentyto
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many essential labor demanding and get- songs/ All postpaid 35c. RAINBOW PUBLISHERS -
All during the past ,year, FSA keep her with ten and ,
: present labor advisors have ting his high wages, the farmer, his busy ( Box 2333 Miami :Honda..
operated on a shoestring. Its funds twelve defense plants scheduled)
.ilL, had little or no experience in labor incentive,' and then those who follow ,
cut and frowned
were congress on yet she missed the little tasks of
relations in the methods of labor
HOGS FOR SALE
leaders. after, shouting, ""you did it for. almost everything it tried to do. cleaning the house, getting breakfast -
them do it for
!
me But now, a report of a house agri- etc. Registered Durocs Short-legged, deep

Misunderstanding ,Not one group is blameless; only culture subcommittee which Cooley One'morning when the Navy"Lieu' red best breeding.We.anUng plgj S20; bred .
Extra choice, bred $100. <(
$75
gilts sows .
those who have been unable to bring'Tieads is about to give FSA clean ,
a
There,are a number of signs which tenant (who accompanied them) Winters Duroc Farm," Clarksville, Tcnn.
pressure hesitated to do so. And, bill of health and recommend thatit called at her hotel room in Chicago
might point to the
reason one as one
which turned the scales, but, like for the most part, each group sin- be continued as a permanent he.found Mom making the beds. She Life's Highlights

cerely believing that it was gettingno agency. confessed she had been tipping
most of the other
forces
motivating more than its just due, the rest The report will not whitewash Mr. chambermaids (throughout the coun- In a cemetery at Ruidoso, N. M..,
in of the recent labor deci-
sions many from the were the profiteers, the chiselers.The Tugwell or any of his works. In try) for permitting her to make the is a tombstone bearing this in-
they spring
same solution? fact, it will sharply criticize all the scription: "Wild Bill Britt. Ran
''i beds herself "I just wanted to keep
.soil does two misunder- '
as reason
: At this writing, a National Service old resettlement projects (alreadyin my hand in," she said. for sheriff in 82. Ran from sheriffin
: of the
standing methods of labor "
".f;: leaders. Act that will order who does what process of liquidation). But it will 83. Buried in 84.

"; and for how it is in :to two other
give
much-just as strong approval
,f'; You will recall that William My favorite gag dealt with funny
the FSA and
x" army. programs-rehabilitation Tait (Tait's act) who
: Green A. F. of.L. chieftain, when man motoring
.
tenant .
r" he made what since seems to have purchase.Also dreaded coming to the U. S. from BEST NEWS

. '-..' been an ill-starred attack on the An Abiding Peace- there will be a proposal for London where he was always a riot. TO MILLIONSabout
the of
combining lending programs
(. Marshall Martin Beck persuaded Taitto come
statement that threats of
Sense Treatment
, Common Farm Security with two types of aspirin is the fact that St.Joseph
him he'd click. To
strikes might prolong the war, stat- here-assuring
Aspirin brings them both
quality and
Farm Credit administration loans
Books the world ,
ed on postwar can get Tait used to American audiences
flatly that the railroad unions had low cost. You can't buy better aspirin
almost be described with a new corporation to handle the
the
as onlycommodity
they booked him first at Yonkers
never intended to strike. than this world's largest seller at lOt.

That statement isn't questioned in of which there is now joint lending activity. N. Y., where he laid a frightful ome- And you get 36 tablets for 20#; 100 tab

surplus production, but this is one'Towards 5' let at his first appearance. lets only 35#!. Buy St. Joseph Aspirin.Don't .
spite of the angry denials of the
an Abiding Peace"thatcan EXIT BORIBSIGHTThere
railroad union leaders. Next afternoon'sauntering( along
It is
what
be M. indication the
taken'seriously. R. Mac- is that
every
the main
heard in railroad street there) Tait pausedat
office
you every Iver, professor in Columbia univer- U. S. bombing to which the Japs fish
from old time a store window. As he stud-
every councilor andy for writes clear will in, ,1944 will be
sity, one thing a be subjected ied
dead
advisor in Washington before the a huge mackerel, with eyes
roads taken simple unprofessorial language, say- without benefit of bombsight.The staring blankly and mouth wide
I were over.
ing what he means directly and with- Norden bombsight has been open, Tait exclaimed: 'Eaven's r

Unfortunately, the whole, situationis out qualifications.He publicized as the great secret appliance above! Thet reminds meh! Hi 'avea

reminiscent of the conversation is for .a world order but is too which will help us win the matinee!"
the Just Ignore a cold They're
concerning dog. The dog
practical to believe you can haveit war. It has been highly successfulin treacherous-tricky. Rest-avoid ex-
} growled. The owner said, "Don'tbe by just writing a world constitu- the European theater, but in the posure. And for prompt, decisive
frightened, I know he won't bite Will Rogers in 1927: The best way relief from usual cold miseries,take
tion. He wants a temporary peace Pacific it has actually become excess to describe Russia is Russian Grove's Cold Tablets. They contain
men.
."But replied his friend
you. which in a way carries on from the baggage. eight active ingredients multiple
"does the dog. know it?" wear their shirts hanging outside medicine. Work on all these symptoms -
war alliance, and then a second Supply officers in Washington are their pants. Well nation thatdon't of a cold: at the same time...
You see the friend had .no under- any headache-body aches-fever-nasal
standing of dogs. stage in which we move to real in- still assigning bombsights to planesfor know enough to stick their stuffiness.Take Grove's Cold Tablets

ternational control. Furthermore, Pacific action, but fliers are urg- shirt-tail in will'never get anywhere. exactly as directed. Accept no sub-
If you had slipped into the White stitutes. Get Grove's Cold Tabletsfor
he thinks that sooner or later'our ing that the device be left at home. I am'the -
House on a certain -day not only person that ever wrote fifty years known to millions as
long
> before the deadline for the strike present enemies must ,be taken in They have found that the most suc- on'Russia that admits he don't knowa "Bromo Quinine" Cold Tablets.

f call of the so-called recalcitrant unless we are going to let the third cessful air attack in the Pacific is thing about it. On the other hand, Save Money Get Larse Economy Size

un- World war slowly fester. the low-level tree-top bombing, in
ions I know as much about Russia as
(enginemen and firemen and
An international order is inter- which medium bombers sweepin on !
conductors) had been reached an anybody that ever wrote about it. 1'
you national order to Mr. MacIver. the target and let the bombs drop ':
too might have been alarmed. The I
There are no weasel words. when they are so close they can'tmiss.
Raymond
Paige relays it via a
union
representatives (I told)
am Mr. MacIver has worked out his This is better than any pre- pal in London. It's about the Air
were making a noise much likea '
'
very plans in some detail. There is lot cision instrument ever invented.
a officer
dog that is going to bite. Corps assigned to a desk job.-
of common sense in "Towards an Also, it is less dangerous than He objected to fliers getting extra

._ Now the old timers were used to Abiding Peace"-on a subject on high-altitude bombing. Coming in pay for flying time.. "Why should S"fo relieve distress of MONTHLY '

the noise. But the two gentlemen which a good deal of pretentious low, the planes avoid detection by you get more?" he barked at a ,

;.. upon whom the President leans for philosophizing is being done. the enemy, whereas the highaltitude Texas pilot. "We're all in this war Female feaknessLydia

advice in matters of stabilization planes are caught both, by in- together!" .
()
involving! wage and price boosts, Bond-Selling Plan struments and vision. "I know;" drawled the Texan, E.Is Plnkham's made especially Vegetable for womento Compound -

,./- Messrs. Byrnes: and Vinson, were The tree-top flying requires greater I "but who ever .heard of two desks help relieve periodic pain with Its

!l =: -- not accustomed to the sound. They Rep. Richard P. Gale of Minne- pilot skill, also the use of de crashing head-on?" -weak, tired to functional, nervous, monthly blue feelingsdue dis

; .' did not know that a labor leader's sota has a plan for increasing bond layed-action bombs so that the planecan turbances. ti

bark is often sales to individual citizens Taken regularly-Plnkham's Com- '
than
worse hisbite.. -the sales get from the target beforeit
away
'Variety, discussing the chilly
reception pound helps build resistance
,. ("There never was the faintest which it is most important to make. blows up,under the plane. given 'actors in Pittsburgh against such symptoms.up Here Is a
; ,
,
possibility of an actual walkout on He thinks it is a cheap and easy This is the kind of work that was recalls when Katharine Cornell product that helps nature andtbat's
appeared the kind to buy! Famous for
the nation's railroads." William way for the government to increase done in the famous battle of the there in "Three Sisters." almost a century. Thousands upon

t:.:.' Green.) sales and interest in sales on the Bismarck sea, in which every Jap Some in the audience complained benefits.thousands Follow of women label have reported

',. Messrs. Byrnes and Vinson; be- part of the average man. Senator ship was destroyed. It was also how 'that they couldn't hear much of the Worth trying directions

t::-. lieved what they heard and it was Guffey offered a similar plan. the Nazis sneaked up on Bori and dialog. Told this (between acts) by LYDIA E. pm HAM'S COMPO raw

: plenty. Periodically at intervals wreaked havoc with Allied shipping.MERRYGOROUND .
'.. not the stage manager, Miss Cornell retorted -
That experience, I think I can greater than three months, he would : "Tell the audience we can't

: say, is authentic. The labor lead- have the treasury make a drawing.And hear them either!" WNU-7

ers emphatically and enthusiastically the person holding the winning C!. The budget bureau several times Much the same thing happened 4 44

threatened, Messrs. Vinson and number-he would be a bondholder, has offered Cordell Hull all the .. recently when "Blithe Spirit" played ,..,

'. Byrnes took the warning growl for of course, would get a prize of from' money he needs for the state 'department there. Night before it opened, some AT FIRST

a real threat. Others of the Presi- a hundred to 25 thousand dollars. if he will only clean house of the troupe put on a shpw for ;SIGN OF A

r f.: dent's ,council were convinced that It wouldn't be a lottery because and get in some good men. wounded soldiers at an army hos O.1iII'c.

there was excuse enough to do nobody could lose-you: would have C. The A. F. L. executive committee pital. After the premiere, Clifton

,;, something which they thought would your bond for the money you invested will finally vote John L. Lewis' Webb wired his agent: "Last nightwe : 666

be advantageous for political rea- and your bond would be your mine workers into the A. F. L. at played to the wounded; tonightwe USE

sons. ticket. this month's meeting in Florida. played to the dead!"
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. Jh Lesson for February 6 -me- a couple of dollars? Hubby-The baby has fallen
r. : ; ; Pat-I could not. 'Tis wife'schild
v4/XJr, wJ M.'IErl t.i1 Mr&l'lliBB: tt ; iKz&iji&l Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected by' her first husband.me asleep. / ,

and copyrighted by International
_____ ,. ____. Council of Religious Education: used by -- Tempting
gyrW.yga;+otraw r permission. Economy
PrecautionaryProspective or no economy, the mar-
Tenant (nervously) ried woman was insisting that she must
JESUS FEEDS THE MULTITUDESLESSON -Don't 'you think this window is have a new dress.

t rather small, in case of emer- i "If you don't give me the money"
TEXT=Mark 6:35-44: 819. ? she said stormily, "rll never speak to
GOLDEN TEXT-I am the bread of life: gency again!"
_
: he that cometh to me shall never hunger? Landlady-There won't be any you"How like "
F VbcF a woman! sighed the WOT
and he that believeth on me shall never emergency. My terms are cash ried husband. "When everything else
thirst. John 635. I
in advance. fails, you try bribery!"
I .
Hungry! That word describes the

crying need of the greater part of Mexican Pan Holders
; the world's population. Men who Just 2 drops Pcnetro (
d. Nose Drops in each
have vaunted themselves because of Towels and Curtains nostril help you
.
their ability and ingenuity have breathe freer almost I
R Ps Instantly so"your .I
brought the nations of the earth into THE corner shelf with ,towel head cold gets air.

such awful confusion that even God's screwed to the bottom Only much 25c-2Wtimes forSOc. Caution as:

abundant provision cannot reach the and red cut-out scallops across the Use only as directed.
needy ones. front is an idea for a kitchen Penetro Nose Drops'

L God is concerned about man's brightener.. The scalloped strip of

"-1. physical need just as truly as He is wood over the stove with cup
I about spiritual needs. This story hooks for pan holders is another.It Plenty of Milkweed
-
brings Christianity into action'on a is'the Mexican pan holders, tow- There are approximately 1,900
t level that all will appreciatetheneed varieties of milkweed.

..'.... of food for the body. It works- MEX1CAWFIGURES

there as it does everywhere. _, FOR
The stories of the feeding of the { i TEA TOWEISCURTAIW5 HARSH LAXATIVES
-
two groups of people show the wrong AND
and the right attitude toward man's m D POT HOLDERSels /
m UNNECESSARY.Millions
A ?
t .. need. In two approaches to the
.zn. ,>

! Midwinter Jellies Pep Up:; :s;! -"ri- Then problem Christ the showed disciples them were the wrong.right Find Simple Fresh ..

.
(See Recipes Below way.I. Fruit Drink Gives Them All
They Can Take Care of Their
the Laxative Aid NeedDon't .
Get Your Spreads! Own Need ((6:35, 36). They
Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving "Send them away"-that was the
form the habit of depending
Menu
of the'disciples when the multi-
Are you low on brown points? plea on harsh, griping laxatives
Then set the jelly and jam kettles tude of those who had followed Him until you've tried this easy,health-,
:1 boiling with midwinter fruits and Dinner Complete became hungry. The people were ful way millions now use to keep

make some delicious spreads. to Lettuce Salad with French, there because they were interestedin and curtains that will interestthe regular.It's .
"'- save points. Dressing Christ. They had come in a hurryv. gift maker with needle and fresh lemon juice and water

Last summer when homemakers Bran-Raisin Muffins Jelly ( 33)) and had not brought food. thread.A taken first thing in the morning- ."

,;' : were putting up their fruits they dis- 'Baked Apple Oatmeal Cookies The problem \vas on the disciples' whole set of amusing Mexican just as soon as you get up. The
covered did hands, and they sought the easiest juice of one Sunkist Lemon in a
they Beverage figures may be embroidered in glass of water. Taken thus
on an
not have enough way out. Let them shift for them simple outline stitch 'in bright col empty stomach, it stimulates ,

sugar for putting t e ,selves-"Send them away." ors. Some of,the transfer designsare normal bowel action, day after ,.
N up all the jams ; C.J;) h. .. Slice fruit very thin, remove pulp The church has followed their example large and some are small so day, for most people. ;'
h and jellies they "): from peel. To each pint, of pulp, in dealing with the social that they may be used for many r And lemons are actively good

would like, but L:::....:::?' ( use an equal quantity of water and problems of the people down throughthe different purposes.- Try them on a for you. They're among the richest

now they have J. .lk times as much sugar. Let comet years.' The result is that being luncheon set of coarse turquoise sources of Vitamin C, which com ....
probably caught up on the sugar and o a boil. Remove .from fire, let denied fellowship, comfort, and help linen. bats fatigue, helps resist colds and

can boil the juices they saved into stand overnight. Boil the shredded by, a church- which was too busy infections. They supply vitamins .0'

delicious, quivery jellies. Use the skins, of the fruit in twice their building up a vast organization or NOTE-You will enjoy making articles B. and P, aid digestion and help -

jellies and jams on biscuits and muf- bulk of water until tender- then let a beautiful ,order of worship, the embroidered with these quaint colorful alkalinize the system.
;' fins when the butter is scarce. It stand overnight in the '''water in common people have responded Mexican figures. There are more than Try this grand wake-up drink
10 mornings See if it doesn't
; help
)
twenty on this hot iron transfer sheet-all
spells first aid and appetite appealto which they were boiled. On the
of leaders
to the appeal political different and all easy to do. Price 15c. you Use California Sunkist
menus. next day, heat the skins to the boil who have provided a substitute for Order No. 203 and it will be mailed Immediately Lemons.
; For those of..you who did not put. ing point; then add pulp mixtureand what the' church should have given uponreceipt.: Address:'

up juices for winter jelly-making, boil rapidly until thick enoughto them. I

r.:r) there ,are plenty of fruits in season congeal when tested. Pour into When' Jesus put upon them the di- MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS Heavy Stuff
,:, now that make delightful spreads. sterilized and seal. Bedford Hills New York '
glass jars rect responsibility to feed the people, Drawer 10 "Candy" in India is a 500-pound ':
Out with the kettles and colanders, the changed their "slogan"and
Winter Jam. 'disciples '. weight. '
I t' with jelly glasses and paraffin and said: Enclose 15 cents for, Transfer No.
203.

i I f? here we go: Marmalade. 3 1 cup cups diced cranberries apples II. We Should Like, to Help, but Name ...............................
Orange
.fE, (Makes 6 6-ounce glasses) 1/ cups water ,We Cannot (6:37). what small Address ............................. fii-'
Reckoning hastily'on a Tropkal
1 crushed pineapple
: 3Yz cups prepared fruit (about cup boy had brought for his lunch (trustan
3 cups sugar .
1
% )
Z1A! cups pounds sugar Juice and grated rind 'of alert boy demonstrated to be ready!that), the it ,Modesty in Man / : ?
disciples soon ALMOND
1 lemon
1 3-ounce box powdered fruit
was impossible to feed this great
pectin Cook the cranberries and applesin Modesty is to the other virtues .
throng. (See similar reasoning in I
,. Prepare fruit. Use peels' from 6 water until they are clear and Mark in a man, what shadein a picture
"--W'\ 8:4)
; medium-sized oranges and 2 lemons. tender. Add the is to the parts of the thing repre- 1
r ,Logic is ,such a devastating thing
Cut in quarters. Lay quarters flat; lemon, pineappleand I when it operates apart from faith in sented. It makes all the other

shave off and discard half of white sugar. Mix : God. They were, absolutely right in beauties conspicuous, which would' Gather Your Scrap ; *
part. Put peels through chopper b ( well and boil the otherwise be but a wild heap of
;': twice. Add 1 cup sugar, 2% cups ', mixture rapidly their reasoning and in,their calcula- colors.-Sir .Steele. Throw It ,at Hitler!'
water, juice from 1 medium-sized until it is thick tions, but'they had forgotten the"one
{ lemon and J/8 teaspoon soda. (This and clear. Pouri factor that really counted. Jesus was

t, 1 cup sugar is in addition to meas' i n't o sterilized there, and Jesus is God, and Godis

urement given above.) Cover. Heat glass jars and omnipotent.As .
1::: to boiling. Simmer 30 minutes, stir- seal at once.Colorful we face the need of the world !
f. ring occasionally. Measure and is now and after the 'war, we wonder
sugar spicy this next jam WAfWME
t ,,_ info dry dish and set aside until with all the relish and tang that how the peoples of other lands can
[ needed. Measure prepared fruit into only cranberries can give: be fed without depriving our own REVlSEO fOp..

!. 3 to 4-quart kettle, filling up last Cranberry. Jam. .... land of what it needs. It is a great fLEIScHMANN'S ..
. cup or fraction of cup with water problem, and we ought to pray for EDITION OF fAMOUS
,
' j& if 8 cups cranberries those who must work with it. nEW fRE10YOUf
) necessary. Place over high heat. RjAOY ......
1 each water -
cup and vinegar "I NOW
Have
Said Compassion
f- Add powdered pectin, mix well, and III. Jesus SOOK -
... : continue stirring until mixture 6 cups sugar on the Multitude" (6:38-44; RECIPE

: comes to a hard boil. Pour in sugar 1 tablespoon ground cinnamon 8:1-9).

at once, stirring constantly.. Con- y tablespoon ground cloves He started right. Instead of shut-

t/ tinue stirring, heat to a full, rolling / tablespoon ground allspice ting His heart against the tender desire -

boil and boil hard 2 minutes. Re- Mash cranberries lightly. Add to help, He let His love for ,, WOW
i iyy6E
:; move from heat, skim, pour quickly. vinegar and water and cook until the people control. Then instead of _
Paraffin hot marmalade at once. soft. Put through a coarse strainer; magnifying the difficulties, He mul-
; Grapefruit Marmalade. add sugar and spices. Cook 8 min- tiplied the provisions. And lo, there

f-1' (Makes 2 to 3 pints) utes, stirring constantly. Pour into was enough for all, and to spare. T

.. 1 grapefruit sterilized jars and seal immediately.And "He commanded and they 1- It J

j 4. 1 orange i now for those of you who did all eat" (vv. 39, 42). When God ,

1 lemon have bottled grape juice on hand. speaks, all the limitations of the finite

Here is an' excellent 'jelly that is I disappear, and the needs of men are

quickly made with powdered fruit fully met. =e ri <
:Lynn Says pectin: Note the orderly manner: in whichour 1

Grape and Orange Jelly Lord met this situation. Five

-. Jelly Hints: Consistency and (Makes 7 6-ounce glasses) thousand men,with women and chil- pJt..iASQ4
"/ flavor are the most important y/z cups sugar dren to swell the throng, )were seat-

points; in making jelly. Careful IVz cups bottled juice ed on the grass. Jesus took 'the

'I t cooking can give you a high score V/2 cups canned grape orange juice loaves and fishes and blessed them. t'to "
both.
on 1 box powdered fruit You who forget to return thanks at
if pectin
To, jell, fruit juices must contain the table, notice that quiet and mean-
pectin or must have it added Measure sugar into dry dish and ingful act. Then He broke the SUGAR

.; from a commercial product. 'Pectin set aside until needed. Measure loaves and divided the fishes. No SAVING
"' must be combined juice into a 3or 4-quart
with the saucepanand multiplied
doubt they were as the
correct proportion of sugar.in the place over hottest fire. Add disciples passed them out to the \DtASa '
presence of acids and mineral powdered fruit pectin, mix well, and PMe The New Wartime Editionof
: salts to form jelly. continue stirring until mixture people. do that Fleischmann's "Bread Basket."
able to
God is very thing
comes to a hard boil. Pour in wartime cooking
,
Prolonged cooking destroys the sugar Entire section on
in our day. Perhaps not in
power of pectin, especially in the at once, stirring constantly. Bring even but problems. Economical, rationpomtsavers.
very acid fruits. This is the rea- to a full rolling boil and boil hard just the same manner surely Quick, easy breads, sugar-
Him have
I those who serve marveledas ideas.: All made with
minute. dessert
+ son that no more water than 14 Remove from fire, skim, saving
necessary have seen that "little is
? Fleischmann'syeWow7abe/Yeast-tna
they
.
L : should be used in cooking. pour quickly. Paraffin hot jelly at much when God is in it." Let those only fresh yeast with both Vitamins' %
< the fruit. once. 46fr
55 / who labor in difficult places with A and D, as well as the Vitamin B s
Best jellies are tender and / you. want sugar-saving suggestions take heartandtrust Complex besides. Write Standard :'i '' ;,
limited resources
write to Lynn Chambers Western '
quivery and translucent. News. Brandslnc.GrandCentralAnaez; rr: t
?
They
,
paper Union, 210 South Desplaines Street God. N.Y.
York
should cut easily but 477 New ,
break Box
with Chicago 6, Illinois. Don't forget to enclosea Note the care with which the fragments
a clean, sharp line. stamped, self-addressed envelope for were collected for future use.
Save Used Fats your reply. It took this war vto teach America ll it l
:Released by Western Newspaper Union. how shamefully wasteful it has been.
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PAGE FOUR THE OLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 4, 1944


A and R covers approximately 5 was 798.- Truck tags totaled 279,1 I'so that they would have the necessary 'was designed to provide sugar in the

The Clewiston News blocks and if I went on to explainin while 39 trailer licenses were listed I supplies to avenge our men \ South for canning such' early fruits

detail the work that is done as sold on the report. !who have suffered at the hands off I as strawberries. The complete plantar I

Published very Friday in Clevlston, there, I would type all night., They Of the total number of auto' licenses the Japs. I alloting sugar for 1944 canning J.
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, have many offices located in the sold 643 were the D type 101 "There Is no, way that'we who stayat J will be announced later. ,

inc. various divisions to handle the office were plain, 48 were the W type and home can avenge this revolting
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'{ work. I am the only yeoman in 3 WW, besides 3 for T model Fords. cruelty. What we can do is pathetically -

second ,class mall matter I my particular office and the duty The breakdown on the truck total little. If all of us put every N 0 T i c nTitllatinsHce "
February, 1927, at the Post Office in j jClewiston 1 and cent we into War it Florida, January r, 1011
Florida, under the Act of there is swell. was G, 27; GH, 151; GK, 59 own Bonds
March 3. 1897.Subllcrlptlon "Since I have been there, I have GI, 42, while the trailer:' total itemized would still be only the humblest ges- NOTICE is hereby given that the
been recommended for an oral showed V,. 12; B, .8; BB, 3; I, 7, ture to the boys who are doing the Trustees of the Internal ImprovementFund

Kate-$2.50: Per Year examination for second class petty and Miscellaneous, 9. fighting, the suffering, the dying." State Board of the "Education State of Flonda of the and State the*

officer, so I guess everything is coming Mr. Miller did not give the report i of Florida offer for sale and will receive -,

Aclvortlninff Union On Application. i along very swell for me. I am for the same period last year. Stamps 40, In Book 4 FlorIda competitive, at 12 o'clock bids Noon in Tallahassee February8th
I ,
to be rated next month. I was for- 1941 for lands in HENDRY COUN-
tunate enough to get a leave begin- Good for 5 Lbs. Sugar TY, FLORIDA-described as follows! ,
I
Devoted to the advancement and welfare Man Who Witnessed E% of Section 10, Township 46
of Clewiston and Hendry County. ning the 18th of February and r South. Range 32 East" containing ,
expect to see, all of my Clewiston : Barbarism 320 acres; S
Japanese
------------' Housewives who may wish to 'V% of Section 33, Township 45.
friends soon." South, Range 32 East, containing '\
I i i Speaks To Americans start canning fruit early, will be I 320 acres; ,.' \
.I j able to purchase 5 extra pounds of EIof Section 17, Township 46- '.
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Guy Nelson ,is in Norfolk and will I South, Range 32 East, -containing "
I sugar on ration stamp No. 40 in 320 acres; :
ASSOCIATION .I be attending a, destroyer school for The following statement by Commander book No.4. ,Hendry County. State of Florida..
rn I several months He will then be assigned I Melvyn II.IcCoy, U. S. I I This Notice Is published In compliance
to new destroyer. Guy had The stamp, good through Feb. with Sections 270.08 and 270.09,
i a
Savy, one of the survivors of Japanese Florida Statutes 19<11. '
his ship torpedoed in the Mediter- I TerrorIsm, now in this country. 28, -1945, will be the only one issued The Trustees and the Board reserve-
in October and return-. this year for buying sugar the right to reject any and all bids.
was
ranean
speaks for itself: Commander McCoy By order of the Trustees of the _Intern -
1 I ed to the States and given a thirty who escaped from a Japanese for home canning' but additional l Improvement Fund and State-

..................................:.......:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:.. I day furlough at home. Now he's to (prison, camp, speaking on behalf of I amounts will be made available Board of SPESSARD Education L HOLLAND ''
I later
to another vessel. on application to local boards.
be re-assigned Governor.
the men still in Japanese hands, has -
Last season, two five-pound stamps Attest:
I I requested that this message In 1 I F. C. ELLIOT. Secretary, Trustees. _,
With Letters keep coming in regularly transmitted to the American people were validated for home-canning. 1 COLIN ENGLISH, Secretary, State "' r
from 'prisoners of war, Lts. OPA said this preliminary action : Board of Education.
our : i [No. 48-Jan. 14. 21. 28. Feb; .1. <*
Ed Ward and Morris Ford, both of i "
is descrip- -----------
"Jap brutality beyond nn
whom are in Germany. They indicate tion. I would not wish any more of \ \

Our Boys that all is well with them, and I our boys to have the same experi-

i it's ilies.a great They comfort are restricted to their in fam the- I loners ence. still I am in sure Jap that hands if could those pris-send I, I Today's F U FJ E\U I G RAM By Peters j'j I r'I Y


4'JJIt in the I mail they can write, so must confine I a message to the United States they I ...., .
their correspondence almost entirely would ask that the home front back r

to their immediate families, them War J --, -- c. -- .._____, ___ _
up by buying as many
It but they are allowed to receive unlimited At the first ,
Bonds as they can during the fourth > ': : r; ,, sign of motor
(. Service I numbers of letters. Incidentally War Loan Drive. %y vy:,, trouble bring your car to .

Ed's foot locker, with "And If we can get a message 'ay;,5 3S5 _. yl J ayv.Lf Jr
his uniforms and personal posses- back to them that Americans are a a6 tell you the 'truth about ."

I sions came in from North Africa supporting the fighting front, I am 4 e what's wrong and right \
(and Heaven knows where else) last 5 5 5 it. ; .5
. . ....'. .1 sure that their spirits would be givena '-;
.. ... NIN. week. Everything was in perfect
.
NN. .NM NN N M M N N N NN NM N N N M needed lift, despite the brutal J ,
order and good condition inside, but treatment.

Jimmie Elmore seems to be aboutas I the old piece of luggage had cer- HENDRY
"I urge all of you-those with
far away from civilization as any tainly been through the mill travel- I
'I brothers, sons and fathers who'are
of our boys are. He wrote this ling around. COUNTY I
seeing action in the' Pacific theaterto
week "You said it had been three MArt
II back them up by buying bonds(
months sinc& I had seen a civilianor Lawrence's Commanding Of- MOTORS

woman. Well, it's been over six I ficer, in the United States on a mis-

now. I. received your paper a few I sion and in Winter Park for a few Join the patriotic house CLEWISTON, FLORIDA I

days ago and' am hoping to receive j I days, called Jewel Lawrence by

them regularly. (They're all on the phone the other night to report thathe wives bringing salvagefats -

way, Jimmie, Mrs. Elmore took care,/ had left Art a short time ago,
B and B market.
of that for the next year for you.) I and how well Art is looking' and get- to "And deliver me from Lying by really letting me

I had one letter from Owen Winn, ting along with his work in the You receive brown "
but he is not near me." Jimmie is I Navy postal service. He said some I two I Catch a big one. I

naturally impatient at staying in nice things about Art that made points pound"I '

one lonely spot 'so long, so we hope I Jewel and the rest of Clewiston very per l --, -.. -- n___.__ ,---,---- ------- ,---- ,-.

he gets an !interesting but notrtoo proud of him. I '

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i Captain'Coburn Moore has been .J
Campbell Nail, has uan ived" in transferred from Tonapah; Nevada: ,
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f the doesn't Southwest seem to be Pacific stationed, .but with' he ,: to Bryan,'School.Texas, where From'he all is reports at Instrument THEY COIlED AFFORD A LITTLE EXTRA


,any friends. Homer Hanchey who Coburn will find Texas more to his
also worked at Clewiston Motor; before i liking than Nevada "

going into service, is_ :'nor some-, I
i ;.
where in New Guinea "having arrived $: I
I Gardner Hand and his wife are in'I YOU ? I
: there Christmas Eve. Per-
I Clewiston for a visit with his mo- i
haps they will meet some day. Campbell ',J' S ', ,',," I
j ther,. ,Mis. Gertrude Hand and his ,0 0 0
wrote Frances that he will be
brother, Gordon Hand. Gardner is
moved nearer the front in a few
in the Navy and is home from
weeks. He says they have palm
on furlough. His wife is
trees and beaches, and they make I Alaska
staying with her folks in Tampa
i,
them homesick, ,tho' of course Florida -
for the duration and joined Gardner -
beaches are much superior. 'I ...
V for the visit home so his furlough

could be shared equally by all the / jrr'
Pee Wee Davidson has written us

from Sicily. He says he has visited I family.' I

Naples, the Isle of Capri, Mt Vesu-
vious and quite a few places. There \ Hervey Bourne has been trans

ferred from Long Island, New York,
are still places left for him .to see
however, and )he's hoping to take 'to Alameda, California From the"

them; in on a free trip; Wonder if shores of the Atlantic to the shores

he means Berlin? The boys seem II of the Pacific-a pretty good start I

to have hankering to get there) on seeing the world, anyway :

s *

Dick Patterson has been promoted 'I Grand Matron-

;r- to the grade of Corporal at Mac-:

Dill Field, Tampa, where he is now --
' stationed. ,I (Continued from Page 1.) ,

I ease of her manner. She urged
1'I I
The Army is just sending our,I members to carry on under Avar-time I

WAC, Shirley Hunter, back and forth difficulties as best they could, and

, for fun. Scarcely had she landed \ expressed understanding of the[

in Fort Oglethorpe when she writes' many problems to be solved by the I

{t us to change her address again. It's |'I chapters in their work. '

f back to Daytona Beach for her. j Officers taking part in the ceremonies -)

Y I were Mrs Thelma Twiddy,

associate matron, C. C. Klutts ..
F J., D. Hooker, on leave from the |' as- 'I
'I
sociate
patronj Mis.
Mary Ether-
l 17. S. Navy at the Naval Air Station -'] r r0 j{ y"' ....
ton, conductress
t in Jacksonville, had one swell Mis. Thelma i, -
Wright, associate ,. '
conductress Mrs ,
'
time at home and
enjoyed every I JI
minute of it. J. D. looker grand Mollie Settle, secretary. Mrs. Caroline -| ?
Bales, treasurer, Mrs. Esther i' MC;; +: :'"
and certainly the Navy seems to be ,I I
Klutts, marshal, Mrs. Edith II
agreeing with him. He told us there j i Daugh-
trey as sentinel, Mrs. Elsie Jordan, ,4
were a few other Clewiston boys'who i
organist, Mrs. Laura Vorhees '
chap-,
are How or have been at the ;
,lain, Mrs. Bessie McLeocl Adah
Mrs. ,,
Station. Lester Jacobs, nephew of ,'
I' Sally Townsend, Ruth
Mrs. Jewel
Mrs. G. Small, is a new Navy re-
,:Lawrence Martha Sexton
Mrs
Ola
,
cruit taking boot at
training: there L
I Esther, Mrs Maggie
the present ,time. Smith, Electa,
and Mrs. Naomi Rogers, warden. ,
I: The Fourth War Loan starts today. If the men in our armed forces can 9.,
John Bobbins has returned to San Stars from Clewiston in additionto .
,
afford their limbs and lives-
to give .
the I I'Mrs.
Antonio and the U. S. Army Air I' officers who attended were Your Government wants you to supthen
certainly you can afford to lend
W. T. Wheeless, Mrs.
Corps after a grand visit home. Ruth D.I '
Clewiston: looked good to John after I Owens; Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs. : ,port this loan by buying at least one at least $100 .,,. or $200 or $300. ,

nearly a year's absence. He found I,S. J. Yoder and Mrs. Charlotte' extra $100 Bond. Or even $500..

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it had changed a lot and lot ot I Walston. '
a -:, You may not find it easy to spare an Be a good American-buy extra
the old gang were gone, too. Now, "
:, i i: extra $100. But- Bonds RIGHT NOW !
if the Army would just give furloughs I Tag Sales Are Up ,

-to all Clewiston boys in the (

states at the same time, so_ they Ten Per: Cent S5"


ing home could to, see a be furlough each desired.other'.would.when leave they noth-.get Over Last Year ,- .: jjtet aft BACK TN ATTACK I Y


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R. N. Miller county tax collector
Gus Cantrell writes Us "Yester- (, reported Tuesday that motor vehicle

day I received transfer orders ,but I i, license sales were up ten per cent ,- .. -, .- ..'._ ,
they were not the kind that I have I lover the same period last year. I I

been expecting to receIve with open I I The total number of automobile

arms. They were just orders transferring -I, licenses sold through Monday,

me to another office. I am'"I which was the deadline for motor- CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANY

now In Assembly and Repair. The I I ists to drive on the old 1943 tags .



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.:.J FItlDAY, FEUltUAKY 4, 1941 THE CLEWISTON NEWS
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-I SIXTH SYLVIA IIIHTHDAY IJEAITY CELKttHATES TUESDAYMrs. 1 I OTICI1 1 OP R1 sTnA'rlox -I Seed Company, Plant I FOR SALE: 1938 Chevrolet --


N [ election Registration district. books Tuesday open, February in t-ach 8.1 I City, Fla. 2t i good condition
4 ,
( Personals J C. D. Beatty entertained witha and close Monday, March C, Duringthis very -
time the books will be at the following I
children's party at her home places: $750 cash. See
Drugs I
Tuesday afternoon celebrating the Precinct No. One-Alston's
Store, Parker T. Wilson District Officer Reward for '
6th birthday of her daughter, Sylvia.A Clewiston Florida I return of Glenn Brower.
:'- : valentine motif was used, for th< I Precinct No. Two-Jennings' Store,
Harvey Lutes spent the weekend }
x Mrs:; lima Jennings. District Officer, roller floor jack lost between
o with his family in Fort Myers. party and refreshments of ice cream, LaBelle, Florida. ; '"
i cake and candy Valentine hearts!; Precinct No. Three Hough Rervic<' Riddle Field and
\ i Station, W. D. Hough, District Officer, FOR SALE"Coolera-
'Jack Burkett spent last week end :were served. j Littelle, Florida. .

at the Roney Plaza, Miami Beach. The children attending were Mary i Mis Precinct Dorn No.Dinicls Four-Daniels', District Officer Home,, Thompson Motor Parts :[ tor" ice box

,. '- c! Fay and Betty Sue Andrews, Mary i; Denaud, Florida. .
Mrs. Thomas B. Blyth of Cocoa : Jean and Wayne King, Bobby Home.Precinct Mrs, Addine No. Five Lancaster- Lancaster', District several days ago Gulf con-dition.I

was a week end guest of Mr. and Roland, Nancy Moon, Joan and I Officer, Felda, Florida Service Station.
r i Mrs. Charles M. Pirkle. j i Jimmie Pitzen, Nadine Bembry, I I Paul Precinct Bussey No., District Six-Eussey's Officer, Hooker's Store. I Durst.CLEWISTON.
, _________ I Bernice, Ola Pearl and Sammy Point, Fla. I
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Speer and Bishop, Alfred and Windsor ,Meador, I Sec. 102.09 Florida Statutes, 1041 ------- ---

: Carrol Miner, Barbara Registration books open ,at office of .:111.:11:.1.:1.:11:1.:N:II:N:11:N:..:..N:1.:N:11:1.:N:1111: : .. .. N .. ...
= children left this week to make their Jay and Supervisor of Registration March 7th N N:1:N: :11:N:11:N:11: :N:N:1:H :N:N:N N:M:1:N:N:N:N: NON :
in diaries Twiddy, Devane, Iris and close April 15th Hours during
Jacksonville. Joyce
home
| which registration books: in the several -', S
I Anne Wright, Charlotte Krueger I election districts and at the office! i .
: Teresa Seeger, Ronnie, Robert-;- of Supervisor of Registration are from I I :
:: Mrs. 0 A. Galloway of Kathleen :1 9:00 o'clock A. M to 12:00 o'clock M..1 .
F is the guest of her daughters, Misses Eleanor and Judy Rome, and Lionel rand 'and from 2:00 o'clock P. M to 5:00

Maxine and Geraldine Galloway. I Clifford Beatty. ___ I o'clock Sees., 1941.'P.102.09 M. each and day 102.17 except Florida Sunday Statutes -I I.j! GOLFCOURSE I

I Given under 'm)' hand and seal this .
GIRLS AUXILIARY MEETING .s.
Miss Ruby Johnson of Pensacola I 19th day of January, A. D, 1944.' .i"
u is visiting her sister, :Mrs. R. Y."Patterson 'HELD WEDNESDAY' API'BHXOOXI I (SEAL) JOHN L. HALL, ;
Supervisor of Registration ::
.N- and Mr. Patterson. i Hendry Count, Florida. :::
. :!> '- j I The Junior G. A.'s of the Baptist No. 6-Jan. 20, 27, Feb 3, 10.Johnson's { : II' ..
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': Church met at the home of their ..
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gates left this I I.s. \
[ counselor, 1lrs.Vilbur Montgomery, \ f
t week to make. their home in Jack- '!
4. >
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Wednesday afternoon for their regular I Fish Camp ; ..LH

,sonville. / I monthly business meeting. (Xear Huiricane Gate) I ; Ideal Weather for Your :::
After the meeting outdoor
.: 1.; : Mrs. J. J. Lucca. and daughter, were I Clewiston, Fla. t
enjoyed and refreshments
were ::
| Favorite
Exercise
;: Sandra, are spending a couple of I served, to those attending. These included Boats and l\Iotors-quide Service ; .*.
- { weeks in Miami with relatives. Rates Reasonable' ?
Christine Dunaway, MargaretHimrod
\ \\'. II. Johnson j
Mgr. :*: *
; Hedke, Turn- i '
Claire Joyce :::
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: Mr.. and 1lrs.V.. N. Martin were ;er, Elnora Tanner, Joan Harris, ------ .:. . . .*. .*. .*t t
; i', business, visitors inVest Palm i Nadine' Andrews, Peggy Powell, tin will hold .::. -..'-., ,<; X

:;; ., Beach Thursday afternoon. I Joyce; Turner, Shirley Benbow, Any can :t: -. :<. "...:: *::
Phyllis Bishop, Mary Edith Sutton, I your waste f a t sand I :_: : ; <'.'! ,f:_ Good Greens ', -< -
., Mr. and Mis. T. O. Green of Maureen Johnson and Eleanor Sue .; I
. Holland. I make contribution to :; *. ,, ..
Kathleen, Fla., are visiting Mr. and I a | % ?

r' ',:...4',( Mrs. Frank Cox. They are Mrs.' -- Victory. The B and B .>. ," .'1.'ti';... :...., 4o%. .%%.%*.%.%.*".%..%.*"%:*.*."%..%.*.' ...". *.}*
4 4: GROUP '
COTE'S parent ENJOYS BARBECUE: .. .

": '.,. AT PICNIC GROUNDS SUNDAY market will help you .! .l({T -, V A

1-:,'-':,. ents Mr.of and a son Mrs., Raleigh Earl Dyess: Fred are Dyess par, I Enjoying a day at. Fisheating I send it on its way to Ber ::i: IMeet: Your Own Friends There %

:'-. who was born in Fort Myers Thursday Creek in Glades County Sunday .
x :., January 27th. .- I were Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown and lin. .;. -,: ', ':.::" I _. !
.
i" ..- ,_ '_.. \' ,I family of Clewiston_ Mr. and Mrs. ::: ', ),: :' ...:'.:-. -. :?

./? .. Robert Lanier of Miami was the I George Royals and sons, Charles "Kilgore's new 1 1944 an- +'. :,',.tc-.'" ::c
: .
and Billy, Mr. and Mis. Taylor and < X
;.
of his :::
t; overnight guest Tuesday I I
tfi brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and daughters, Virginia and Sue, of ,Belle nual seed catalog"and .!.
: I Glade' and :Mr. and Mrs. Clinton t

%,;;;...,.?." Mrs. William H.- Bass of South Bay, Vegetable Planting i ;!% YEARLY MEMBERSHIP |

: Corporal H. H. Lamer.'I'I The crowd spent the say. fishing Guide for Florida now
and enjoying the' barbecue dinner l_ DAILY GREEN FEES
morning from i
I which they prepared at noon at the available. Send for I
::, tucky, to visit his parents, Mr. and your(

r.:,,<. Mrs.' H. C. Avant_for several days. I.I I picnic' grounds near Palmdale.. I I free copy. The Kilgore ..f.:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:.....................................................................................

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Robert Hodges St. Augustine v
_' i,," :- spent the week end here with his, I

fit.; mother, Mrs. Arch Hodges, and his is Your "Battle !
1 This Flag'HERE.
,. sister Miss Doris H dges...-, ,
4...f' I News for you ,

Mr.: and Mrs. Edward
t chwerdt and son, Bobby SCharrS-1 t

Pierce were guests of Mrs. AT HOME j

Owens Sunday f

4 Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hood, of con- abouttheWAC\\ ,

cord, Ga., are visiting' their daughter,
I : Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Mr., Kelly for I Want to Know how the new i

some time. : "'AO recruiting policies applyto I I iI

I you?
Mr and Mrs. F. D. Bush have I !,
.. AVxnt ,to know whether :jou're i'I
had as their guest fort several days i :
their son, Felix, who is.on furlough qualified for a special Kind of

( from ,the. U; S. Army. Army .j job-whether ;joti'd serve' 'I
......--- I with the Air, Gioimd, or Service -

'. Mr. and Mrs, Don Young, former I+es-whethcl' ;you could be ,.
Clewiston residents, are announcing i i assigned to the part of the ,, I

the arrival ,of a baby boy who arrived country' in which you enlist? .

r': Jan. 12th in Miami.. The baby : I It
: TODAY-get full details at the I
weighed 9 ,poundsMr.
: '. nearest U. S. Army Recruiting I J'
Station (jour local post office ,
and Mis. Glen Etherton and I .
will hive you the addiess.) Or
daughter, Glencja Sue, spending
are l.'he ,
write to: Adjutant General, -" .
,; the .week end in Tampa with Mrs:1: | Room 1415, Munitions Uuild- : ',:,',. '.
r Etherton's parents Mr. and Mrs. I j : '
ing, Washington D. C. T11 R '
F. R. Maxwell, : j
\ L; Every patriotic American will
i :; :
...' I .: : ..yr .,. s'-\ t want to display this emblem: : 1,
iIr. and 11rs. B. H,, Buxton and .. .............. . '.-_ -. ;.t., ,_ at hmc--on his front d I.or or f ;i I
.
_" I .a' 1 I
:11N: :N:11: : : : : : : :1:1:1:N1 :1:II:ILN11:H:.11 :- <., : '. in his windo.v. It is tLe red,
family are moving to Miami, leaving I I ...- II ) ,:::z.-s': .. \ white and blue sticker that :. vuh t
': ._ this week end. Mr. Buxton has I I 'says you lute done your. part
1
; been ,' ; <(:: in the 4th War Loan. +<
'i
administrative
an assistant at I I f ::..
I" Riddle Field, and has been transferred \ :". --- '/
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to Miami. .._.
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I ;Yi .:,r"-' wro... ..<.... ....... .... __ f-f 1I
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!(;::.'J Mrs. Bil') Moore and ,children I I .. 'r.1d.--" ::: ..:'. -:::"...'
have moved to Clewiston from Okee- I .' k" ; .' ... .j. .)

4-". chobee, joining Mr. Moore, who is I II I ,. '.,,-"'j; ','':.\-..::_,.:. "....;-.\_;: Jir./..,. I \
EREBEFOREA4RRORS .
I II WOMEN WERE / ..
f .t,- manager of the local office of Inter ..... <:':\'. :dI ; .. .
County Telephone ,I j r .
and Telegraph "' 1/ : <: '
I Company. I I ., \.:." .t" :
I r tYERE MADE, .AND I '.. ;; ., tt

I Bill Perry, who graduated in December I HA VE BEEN BEFORE j !

'I from the high school department I I THEM EVER SWCE/ I I
of Georgia Military College -

k in Milledgeville, left. to enter I '.., .
'
the Freshman vy.'S
class at the Uni-

versity of Florida. I, Ji ... DiSplQ1Y! your coI/ rs now! :


Miss week Marcia end Avant is spendingthis I 17 i URING this 4th War Loan Drive you are safest investment the world has 'ever known, ;
in
.
Tampa
Mr.and
visiting 'I So before look into wallet'-LOOK
Mis. Jones Bryan. Mr Bryan again asked to do something extra to help you your
', has recently enlisted in the Navy' smash the Axis. Your part is to invest in at INTO YOUR HEART. Your 'company, the place

Sea-Bees and leaves next week for. least one extra hundred dollar Bond. But don't where you work, has been given a'quota to
''+ boot training. stop there if you can do more. For remember meet in this 4th' War Loan Drive. Do your

: ; no matter how many Bonds you buy-no matpart to help meet this quota. And remember,

CLEWJSTOX CO OIUNITY. ter what denominations they are-you get back millions of America's fighters are waiting for

;r.'. CHURCH maturity $4 for every $3 you invest. A.ildyour answer, your pledge that you are. .backing
\ David, C. Hancock, :Minister And we sell all the better toiletrie 'th t's.n the word of Uncle Sam, creator of the them to the limit.
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:' .. ,SUNDAY-FEB. 6, 1944' ." that help make that mirror reflect I II

11" Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. Dr.-'C. what your mind's.eye visualized. BACK THE ATTACK!
-, JafA
.,, for E. Gericke all ages., superintendent.. Classes I

MorningVorship, 11:00: a. m. ALSTON'S AND Advertisipg CosccU.'j : I(
I This it In official l U. S. Treasury .Inrliumtnt-prcpareJ under tile auspices of Treasury Department and War .
.
"Under the Juniper Tree" is the -. '


subject ship You with are of us the cordially minister's invited sermon.to wor- SEMINOLE r-.V'STOX.. f'Trll1ln'\DRUGS I.. 'H-endy: County Motors


The Board of Trustees will meeton I '

Monday, February 7, at 8:00 p.
m. at the church. I I Bishop-Wilson Lumber Company


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'Expert Apparently Had BLACK .

Efficiency on the Run Iitl :THE CHEERFUL CHERU&i

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Desirous of bucking up business, i ; SOMBRERO LiFe fight is just
the proprietor of a large store en lf \
gaged an "efficiency expert," onJhe.n -.'
whose chief delight was changingthe tiob CLIFFORD KNIGHT N SERVICt(: Its flavored with

departments around. Margaret Nichols owned some propertyIn marked, "Has he but,'the one shirt, spacious days before time and revo- Kin hte.r---
would be
section on *
One day a Joint tenancy with Kitty Chatfield. or do we see him only when it's lution had reduced the acreage of I'd r'Gther
the top floor of the building; the When Kitty died It meant $200,000 to her. fresh back from the laundry?" the rancho. The others of the party : keep
next day it would be in, the base She explains the situation to her friend, had
At that moment the figure turned. preceded us, and we found them trying ,.
usedto
ment or where the restaurant Barry, an amateur detective. Elsa Chat
be. field had been disinherited at her AuntKitty's Margaret exclaimed,, "Why, Mr. all gathered in a huge room filled ThrtL ge.t what 0

After three weeks of this an old death, but Is glad to be free of Rumble!1""Hello with' ancient black walnut furniture 1m rte.r. Jo o
worriedlookingfloor the restrictions Imposed by her relative. folks!I" marvelously carved. Sam Chatfieldand ti__
lady approached clerk and asked a if he could Huntoon Rogers, a detective, asks what. "Did Elsa come with you?" asked Berta, whom we had met that f1eANH ? <
Aunt Kitty died of, and Is told an over Rogers. February evening at the beach club,
tell her where the chinaware de- dose of morphine, although the police '
Chesebroand greeted us with enthusiasm. That
"Sure, Hunt. Elsa and
partment was. bold the opinion that It was suicide. Barry
night in California: Berta had been
"No, ma'am, I cannot," he re-' arranges to go with DwIght and Margaret me. In his airplane. Chesebro 1AK
plied, wearily; "but if you'll stand Nichols on a cruise to Mazatlan, piloted us' down. We were setting ventions restrained, confined by strange con- '. -,,"\
this eveningshe
here for a few minutes, I'm sureyou'll Mexico, where Aunt Kitty's brother, Sam around over there at Chesebro's unresponsive; -,
it Chatfleld, owns a rancho. On the yacht ranch in San Fernando Valley night was free of those, at home in her .
by.
see go Orizaba he meets James Chesebro and before last when he gets a tele- native land, and in the house where WNU Features. \'

George Rumble. gram from down here saying he's, her family for several generationsbefore
needed. Some sort of business about her had lived.

CHAPTER IV his mine. You know Elsa. 'Takeus "Most welcome, senores," she Reply That 'Should Answer }
with you, Jimmy! she hollered. said with a marvelous smile'and a
small soft hand extended impulsively. Multitude: of
"Oh, here you are," she said, an 'Just for the ride.' 'Sure, says'Jim QuestionsDuring
indefinable note of happiness in her my.; But I can see he don't mean ." "I am happy to have you with

voice. "Hello, everybody." She me when ,he says it. But you can't .us. a question period follow-
paused in the doorway, this lady see me staying behind when my cli- Later that evening, Sam Chatfield.. ing a lecture, a man arose and
with the almost golden hair and the ent is going away. But I sure, don't said: "Hollywood? Yes, I enjoyed it put a foolish query to the speaker. -
levelest gray eyes.It know where I'm /coming to, see? I the last time I was there, but I like The latter replied: ,SJ
around to the office a this better. Berta is a child in some -
was impossible not to contrastthis go newspaper "The logic of your question '.
new, this mid-April Elsa with while ago, and, heck, they ain't no- things, the same loves and hates of makes me think'of' another. Can ,
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the Elsa of the preceding autumn.On body who speaks English there. How a child, the quick resentments of injury you tell me why fire engines are
Put that memorable night when I am I going to tell 'em who Elsa is whether fancied or real." He always red? You can't? Well, /
3-purpose. It (1)Vatronolupeachnostril. shrinks swollen had driven her to town in her work- when I don't speak Spanish? We was speaking to Huntoon Rogers fire-engines have four wheels and

membranes (2) soothes Irritation, ing girl suit and carrying an over- 'and me in the seclusion of a small eight men. Four and eight are
(3) relieves transient nasal con- with 'because book-lined study which opened off twelve. Twelve inches
night bag just pajamas, make a
gestion and brings greater enter-
the Berta
living room. was
breathing comfort. she had to have something, foot. A foot is a ruler. Queen
Follow the complete UI U'I.! she had been like a high-strung, taining the others in the huge high- Elizabeth was a ruler. The Queen

directions Ta .4i fi\rI nervous coltat the barrier. Tonighta ceilinged, living room. Elizabeth is the largest ship that,
In folder.
tb calm almost philosophic in its as- "You were in California at the sails the seven seas. Seas have

pect had come, upon her. No longer time your sister died, were you not? fish. Fish have fins. The Finns
'
was the race so hot, the urge to lo, At the funeral,.I mean?" asked Rogers fight the Russians. The Russians (

Mother TongueOf be 'off so compelling. I realized, of casually.. are red.. Fire-engines are always \-..
; course, that she experienced a sense I A remarkable change came over rushin'. Therefore, fire-engines are
the hundreds of,languages in of arrival. The notoriety of her car- Sam Chatfield's face, his whole man always red.

existence, 11, with their dialects, icatures had sobered her. ner was transformed. From a serene "I hope this answers,your question

l constitute the mother tongues of "Now, good-bye, Barry," she said, quiet-spoken man of middle also."
;: three-quarters of the human race. holding out her hand. "And a de- years, who talked calmly of the Mexican !
Ranked in importance they are lightful trip in the Orizaba with .life that surrounded him, he 1
., Chinese, English, Russian, Span- Dwight and Margaret." went to extremes of loquacity, leaning Moss Bandages j

; ish, Western Hindi, German, Jap- "Good-bye, Elsa. I'm sorry, you'renot I forward in his chair, points of
anese, French, Bengali, Italian, in the of his
joining us. I light glowing depths Peat-bog moss is today grown
.. and Portuguese. "I am too; but there is this work I gray eyes-the same eyes that Elsa under the guidance of botanists as

:1[ can't put off. Please give my a raw material for the making of
had."Yes.
.
;: love to Papa and Berta; you'll see Yes, we were there, Berta surgical dressings. Processing the r.
PERFECT6ROOMING! them at Mazatlan, of course." and I. We were there' before the moss is relatively simple. First,

Huntoon Rogers and I walked back ifyiL' funeral, before Kitty died, in fact. it is carefully cleaned of all ex- S

"." together to the yacht; Dwight and We were at the house that night. traneous matter, then dried, steam ,
,1:1:: AIR10N1( Margaret had gone on ahead. The Slept there, and next morningshewas sterilized and formed into' gauze-
last guest had departed and we \ found dead." covered pads of various sizes.

.r, sailed in half an hour. \ Rogers shook his head slowly. "It Wounds heal much more quickly

\ Strength of Nylon "A remarkable girl, isn't she?" must have been a' shock to you, with moss than with cotton band-

.. A half-inch nylon' rope can lift Rogers said, referring to Elsa.. sir," he remarked. ages because of better drainageand

': three tons, or double the load that "Extraordinary, I think." "Shock? Of course. It was very its antiseptic properties.
_K' can be.raised by a manila rope of "You've never been able to get awkward, also. We were not sup- Moss bandages are today being
} the, same diameter. anything out of her about the baby, I posed to be stopping with ,my sis utilized by the Allies in many war V'.{
and what she knows" about ''the mur- theaters of the world.
hotel.
at
\ ter; we were registered a
der of her Aunt Kitty?" jjj
\ In Pasadena. ....
"No-o, I said hesitantly.
r; "You're satisfied she was mur- "You say-awkward?" IRRITATIONS OF "
Relief At Last SKIN .
dered?" "Yes, Mr. Rogers. My sister EXTERNAL CAUSEAcne

"Of course. And I mean to help would not recognize Berta, my-wife. .pimples, eczema, factory derma-
you get to the bottom of it." ( t'T Imagine that! My sister with ,ideas titis, simple ringworm, tetter,salt rheum
For Your Cough We dropped anchor in the harborat like that! And Berta-you see 'bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken-
put skin. Millions relieve itching, burn-
around what Bertais
Mazatlan and the crew loweredthe you, gentlemen, ing and soreness of these miseries with
.
::; Creomulslon relieves promptly be- launch to the sparkling water of "Barry, I'm seeing things." used to from childhood. She was simple home treatment. Goes to work at
cause It goes right to the seat of the the bay where it floated lightly'from educated in Paris. She is not an in- once. Aids healing, works the antiseptic
ain't going to get a line in the paper Use Black and White Ointment onlyas
trouble to help loosen and expel ferior as sister stubbornly'chose way.
the end of its boom my
awaiting our directed. lOc, 25c, 50c 25
;" germ laden phlegm;and aid natureto down here. Not a line.Vhere's sizes. years'
to believe. It that fact which
"., soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed pleasure. "\ Elsa now?" demanded was success. Money-back guarantee. Vitalin
bronchial mucous mem- "Anybody going ashore now?" in- made for the awkwardness. I keptit cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous .,
branes.Tell Margaret. from her I couldKitty's Black and White Skin Soap daily. .
your druggist to sell youa quired Margaret briskly, coming up as long as -
"She went somewhere last night
bottle of Creomulsion with the
un- from her stateroom. attitude toward her. On our
derstanding you must like the way it with a little old guy she called Pop '\
quickly allays the cough or you are "Yes, I'm going," responded Rog- pa. She'd wired him we were com- yearly trips to Los Angeles since Monkey Receptionists ..
to have your money back.CREOMULSION. ers. I decided to join them. ing, see?, But I get dumped off downat Berta and I were first married, Kit Trains that stop at way stations
Two ragged boys in the idling a hotel where they ain't even got ty would send word that she was near Udaipur, India, are always
crowd pushed forward as we started away, or that she 'was ill and could met by troops of monkeys that i

For:Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis from the wharf up narrow, twisting stairways"Just a minute," said Margaret, not see anyone. Berta was puzzled; emerge from the jungle to.chatter
streets. Enormous sombreros shad she did not understand."But at the passengers. ;
breaking in. "Can'you tell us where
owed their dark faces in each of Elsa's father lives and how we can this last time-I 'mean the i

which gleamed a row of very white get out there?" time Kitty died-I could no longer ,
SNAPPY FACTSABOUT teeth. One carried a battered gui- "I don't! know, Mrs. Nichols. Iain't pretend to Berta, and so I telephoned Nose> Must DrainTo ,
tar, the other a ukulele. Strum- from the hotel after dinner.I .
the place either. t
seen Relieve Head Colds Miseries j
ming fingers began resolutely. to said that we would be over to '
As we stood talking a dispirited When head colds strike help nose drain. -(:
I play.When horse drawing one of those two- see her, to make a call. But afterI clear the way for breathing comfort y',u* f
RUBBERInflatable they had finished, Marga call hung up Berta said: 'No. We tak with Kondon'a Nasal Jelly. Kondon.; "
wheeled carriages they
aranas
f' ; ret's hand dived swiftly into -her drew, near. It was shabby, the fringe our luggage. We stay at" least onR inflamed acts quickly irritated to open tissue clogged, reduce passages swelling,,Amazingly soothe.. ;
purse and she held out a coin to the the in shreds night with your sister.' You seer simple. At all druggists.Used for over 53
Jli that edged top hung
; years.Satisfaction or money back is guaranteed.
older boy. The latter backed realized the situation
she in of
:
away, the rubber tires were worn almost, spite Ask your druggist for EONDOH'S NASAL( JIUI today..
shaking his head; the other thrust to the rims; .the. wheels wabbled my 'effort to keep it from her. She .
rubber barges for his ukulele and his free hand be- of was determined to force the issue." .j.
and the harness was partly
rope. Ton of
the U. S. Navy are "cured" hind him. Gold
The driver lolled in his seat indif- Sam Chatfield ceased talking and
0- at B. F. Goodrich in A cube of gold
a steam "Muchas gracias said slightly more
senora" sat back in his chair. Aft'
ferent to his passenger, who, when r more
vulcanizer that is 42 feet the than 14 inches in each dimension
; boy with a sweeping bow
"pero than a the subject still agitated -
she saw us, came suddenly to life. year
long 10% feet in diameter, tomamos dinero." We would weigh a ton.
( don't take
him his face
weighs 35 tons and has a ) She reached across the driver to a ; was flushed under -
., .... door that alone weighs 10 money. small bulb horn on the whip socket' its tan."What -' S

., tons. It's a record for size and the Margaret coin and continued to hold out and squeezed the thing emitted a happened?" Rogers prod- .....
". turns out the 25-foot.. barges, ther''away., There the boys backed far- faint peep. She stirred it into frantic ded gently. SURVEY'SHOWS
at a rate of one every 50 was a little ex- announcement of her arrival. For -a moment Sam Chatfield held
pression of wonderment
her
r minutes. face. upon And when the quaint equipage his silence. "You see, gentlemen,

.Synthetic rubber plants already I think, however, that of all the halted at our side, there was Elsa- Elsa has told me about you-your
completed and those scheduledfor unexpected things, the things that Elsa as blonde and lovely and fresh interest in my sister's death. I am
construction will have an an- have taken me most by surprise and level gray of eye as ever. She 'being very frank" with',youj-1: hope I

nual rated capacity of 850,000 in Mexico, none has equaled the smiled engagingly. am helpful.
I long tons.Before the war the United sight which confronted us as' we "Buenos dias, senora y senores," "I'm sure you would be," said

States consumed about 600,000 came out on the Street of the High she greeted 'us. Rogers. I
long tons of rubber,annually. Now, Waves that morning of our first excursion "Don't do that, sweetheart," chid- "That's why I say it was very
however, our supplies must be ashore. Margaret saw it ed Mr. Rumble. "I don't savvy awkward for me-and Berta. That's
shared with the United Nations. first, and stopped abruptly to stare I Mexican lingo." why I hurried back to Mazatlan aft-

as if she were seeing a ghost. Rogers I '"Hello," said Elsa, smiling broadly. er the funeral. That last night of

,:.. /' I'r had seen it too, and I found my There was amusement in her her life there was a very disgraceful
eyes traveling with theirs to a fig- eyes as she gazed at George Rum- scene. My sister insulted Ber- 7V HELPS BUILD STAMINA '
ure standing on the sidewalk.It ble's remarkable costume, then she ta. And me." :

was the pink shirt, the indecent leaped out and flung her arms "You didn't go back to your ho- HELPS BUILD ACTUAL .,
pink and white check shirt which around Margaret. She had a kiss tel?" .
r had the lush color of a ripe water- for me and a warm handshake for "No. Berta" He smiled now with RESISTANCE TO COLDS

melon, that first claimed our atten- Rogers. "I'm so glad," she said.. amusement at the recollection. Try good-tasting Scott's Emulsion 1 Con
tion. I noted the brown slacks. The "And now, Margaret-and the rest "Berta can be very stubborn, most tains natural A & D Vitamins that help
L incredible sports coat hung limply of you too-Papa and Berta are expecting attractively stubborn. She puts her bring back energy and stamina if there
I over one arm. An enormous black i you all out to dinner tonightat little foot down ,and she said: 'No, Is dietary deficiency of these elements.
!. sombrero ornamented with silver the rancho. Jimmy and Reed Sam. We stay one night as her Take it daily. All druggists I '..:i;-
"1 topped the somewhat stocky figure, are coming too, I think. If they guest. But no more.' She was 'an-
and loose, sandal-like guaraches get back from the mine In time." gry. You've not seen how angry a e ,

covered his feet. At eight-thirty that night the huge Mexican can get-especially Berta

} _It L "Barry, I'm seeing things," said studded doors of the old ranch houseat Her brother, now dead, killed a mar. .
( Margaret, aghast. She rubbed her the edge of town swung back to for less than what my sister said
I ti eyes.; "Do you see it too?" let Huntoon Rogers and me k ide. that night to Berta. .

1 Before I could answer, Rogers re The house was a relic of other more (TO BE CONTINUED)
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NO TER ?
' in which wisdom may be Gangsters of the Sea .

expected to grow, and strength hMhthhhhhC.C.g ti hLhhhhh I hN htbhhhh(% h(.hhhM-hhM

be given to every upspringingplant 1. What is crepe suzette? water for irrigation purposes for

of duty.-Emerson. German U-boat warfare, once dreaded by Allied seam 2. Adonis, the beautiful youthof how many states? '

I Some blame praise at at night morning, what they men is now being crushed. But in those critical days mythology, was slain by what? 8. Who was Bluebeard's seventh -
and last wife?
* But always think the last opinion in George Washington's time?
right. The Answers
were sunk daily by the under '
-POPE Diamonds
4. were known and
For whosoever exalteth him- water menace, the navy 1. Pastry. '
,;. ( worn as jewels in what country ,
2. A wild boar. t-\
.; self shall be abased; and he armed guard crews were our more than 5,000 years ago?
that humbleth himself shall be 3. Philadelphia (pop. 43,000). 'f J .,_
. major defense. ,Today escort 5 What folk song character was 4. India.
':- exalted.-St. Luke. ,' ft 41a ships, planes and Dirigibles "light, and like a fairy, and her 5. Clementine.

- .:< We exaggerate misfortune help. But when the wolf pack shoes were number nine"? 6. Seventy days. '

,gip and happiness alike. We are strikes at night or 'in 'foggy'weather 6. How long did it take Colum- 7. Seven-Wyoming, Utah, Col-
- never either so wretched or so
. bus to sail from Spain to the Gulf orado, Nevada, California, Ari-
'i y happy as we say we are.- the armed guard is of Mexico in 1492 zona and New Mexico.
Balzac. our first defense. 7. The Boulder dam provides 8. Fatima. -
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driver or similar article into the A huge gun sends its projectile sailing through the air as an immediately a product made rubbed especially with Musterole-to promptly .:-;-,

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1944


County Board Has I syringes to use In giving serum in- 267 Cubs, and Air Scout Gene Pace,1 tor of the First Presbyterian Church,

jections to hogs. AWARD OF SILVER of Squadron 1, Bradenton, the 88 Lakeland, and himself a Scout-
Important MeetingOn The commissioners authorized the registered Senior Scouts. master for
I I the past eighteen years.
Hendry County News to publish the Donovan B. Benzie
now Assistant Tracing the origins
BEAVER GIVEN and growth of
Tuesday delinquent tax list for the year 1944. Executive of the Sunny Land the Scout Movement, from its be-

Mrs E. E. Edwards, who was Council, was formally presented .to I ginning in 1910 through the past
county commissioned chairman of the Youth the gathering. Mr. Benzie comes 33
commission ,
The board SCOUT PRESIDENTIn years he dwelt on the important
Security Community Service com- to the Council after '
eighteen months place it has
ers Tuesday agreed to pay the hospital taken In the life 'of'i
mittee' for western Hendry Countyby .of excellent service as Field Executive -i:
bill of Jesse McClelland, 29, every community and the impress it
at Lee Memorial Governor Spessard Holland, requested at Huron South, Dakota An has left on the
'who has been a patient more than eleven
since the board to aid the Wollan's addition to being re-elected Eagle Scout and former Scoutmaster -I million
Hospital in Fort Myers II men who have graduatedfrom
Club in bringing city water for a sixth term as president of the Mr. Benzle
was born and raisedin
tie was taken there Nov. 15 after I I it. 'He lauded the spirit of
to the new clubhouse. The clubhouse Sunny Land Council, Boy Scouts of South Dakota and
the graduated from I unselfish
in abdomen by service
being shot the which promptedthe
1 America, Walter N. Munroe, of Sara-
Jim Maddox is being used by the Girl .the Dickinson State Teachers' Col- thousands
then deputy'sheriff I of volunteer leadersto
while resisting arrest. Scouts as a meeting place and Mrs. sota, was presented with the Silver .lege, there, with an A.B. Degree. give of their time and effort and
Edwards said plans were to use the Beaver Award at the Council's annual The Walter N, Munroe
Jan. 30 amounted EfficiencyAward called on them
The bill, through to not let down un-
building for the benefit of I I meeting, held in Sarasota, I
doctors' young for 1943 was presented to der
to $633.80 exclusive of present strains, but, rather, to
people of this section, to provide Thursday. Arthur E. Esthus, In I Troop 1, '
sponsored by the Braden-
similar increase their
fees. There has not been a effectiveness to the
wholesome entertainment under the making the presentation, stated that I ton Methodist
Church
case In. the history of the countytherefore I I'I'I ( C. E. Harvey, limit.
County Attorney H. A. ,chaperonage of elders. during Mr. Munroe's five years as I Scoutmaster; Troop 3, of the Episcopal -!f i The Council's dis-
Asa Townsend, Felda commissioner I head of the organization the membership -! Church of the annual report,
I Redeemer, Sarasota -'
Rider General Tom
wrote Attorney said he would contribute had increased from 800 I W. S. Leak, Scoutmaster tributed at the meeting, disclosedthe
Watson for an opinion or ruling., about 600 feet of galvanized pipe so I Scouts and Scouters to 1307 on De- Troop 9, Fort Myers Presbyterian; I fact that seventy active Scouts 'f
All the 'attorney general could give I and leaders have directly from
cember 31st, 1943. In the sameperiod gone
that the only expense would be to Church, John G. Smith. Jr., Scout-
unofficial
he' said, was an opinion i their units into the Armed Forces.
contributions for work
run the line from the nearest city the mster; Troop 14, Fort Myers Metu-
since there was no case on record I Of these, sixteen
i have from
water connection to the clubhouse. I 10f the Boy Scout Movement in- ,odist Church !j gone
The ; Fred L. Betterton, I
which would set a precedent. the Sea Scouts
j ship at Boca Grande,
'
Sears, Roebuck & Company of Fort creased from $4,500 to 14000. Scoutmaster '
I
board after much debate, decided to ) ; and Cub Pack 1, also alone.
pay the account. Myers donated bathroom and kitchen j[ Other officers selected for the l lof the Sarasota Episcopal Church, I ..
fixtures two years ago, so that Sunny Land Council for the present I L. E. Cooke, Cubmaster. I
McClelland is still a bed patientat I Florida
is
there should not be too great expense year are J. II. Fears, Fort Myers, The enjoying splendid
the hospital. He underwent the I membership trophy! went to I
third operation Monday when doctors I bringing water into the 1 first vice-president;. Leo H. Wilson, Scoutmaster John G. Smith of. Troop tourist season despite government

removed the pistol bullet, which building. Commissioners agreed Bradenton, second vice-president; \19, Fort Myers.' I disapproval and shortage of trans; ;'.
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: that would the project r Jerry VanOrden, Sarasota, third "
had! lodged in his back, after plowing they see i For outstanding service in connec- I-
through, that if the county and city vice-president; Fred H. Gould
through the intestines. His tion with the recent Boy Scout finance "Business Week, which says'northerners ; "'
Bradenton, treasurer and Judge W. --
together could not pay the bill they ;
'brother- n-law Edward de- campaigns,
Curry recognition awards
would "pass the hat" and see that it T. Harrison, Palmetto, Scout Com II I are heeding= such. advice ti .*
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clared physicians attending him missioner. were presented to J. H. Fears, 'oJ't11I"e1's ; that ,
as handed
said that he would in all probability was paid. I ; Fred King, Punta Gorda; out by Daytona y

; hare to undergo one or two more Commissioners of districts two, 0 President Munroe appointed committee :and M. E. Cox and. Paul Hanson, I Beach Chamber of Commerce with

:operations before he could be released three, four and fire, J. O. Davidson, chairmen as follows: Ad- Sarasota. 1 attractive. ads which read "Like a

from the hospital. I George L. Poole, A. J. Evers and vancement, Glenn R. Ebersole, Ar-, The evening's address was delivered Soldier, YOU Need .a Civilian Furlough '
Mr. Townsend, as a board approvedthe cadie; Camping and Activities, Dr.
County Agent H. 'L., by Dr. Charles ,A. Raymond, pas- ."
received Attorney H. V. Pierce, Bradenton Finance,
quested of the board and answer as prepared by ;
Frank Berlin and --------------------
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authority; to purchase livestock J.1t }' Rider to the suit filed by R. E. ;

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Lester H. Baker, Fort Myers; Or-

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Ot 'i i I I These, together with the follow I:;: :
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the Council's Executive Board: :
."Oc. I will be at Ole places named and dated below for the ;c I .
F. B. Crowninshield, Boca Grande I
:x: purpose of receiving Real Estate, Personal and Intangible A ;
.,,. Property Tax returns for the year 19i4. Please meet me ;t; F. E. Conkling, Clewiston; Fred i= I IA
V with a correct description of all property owned by yoor :.j.;.j.i :.I King, Punta Gorda; Lynn Curtiss

as agent. The law requires that you make a return each y and Arthur E. Esthus, Sarasota; J

& year on all property, apply for 1IO3IESTEAD EXEMPTION, :_: Francis H. Corrigan, Bradenton;
y DISABLED WAR VETERAN EXEMPTION, WIDOWS EX-: .*. and E. B. Henderson, Fort Myers. A

X: EMPTION or what ever' you are entitled to. I have the forms yY Convening at 3 o'clock in the .... / .:.. .
and will be glad to assist in filling them out. Please make :XY : First Methodist Church, Sarasota, ...

jour return and avoid penalty. .{. -1 the Council members heard reportson i

I I I the work accomplished in 1943 .;..
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and adopted objectives to be reached .:.
i: Ft. Denaud >Duval's Store) . 9 a. m. I in the present year. Brief talks .s" ..i.X. .

*:. were given by Council Commissioner X
I: February 10th. |;.1 Judge Harrison and Dr. C. A. At

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Y. AI Raymond, of Lakeland. Both dwelton ..
r the value of Boy Scout trainingthe :* A savings account '
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Felda (Post Office) . . 10 a. m. | former from the standpoint of o ,

f' { f -' .V. *** curbing juvenile delinquency, and :;: with our insured :: 6'

February 11. the :If: the latter as to its help to men now '

:_J: ..;.. ,. in the armed_ services of the coun- :. : /' ;/ safety, will' provide t


:|:: Clewiston' ____(City Hall), . 10 a. m. :|;: seventy try.The banquet men and session women,. attended from all by I '_ the things you want :_..

|;: February 14th |:: parts of ,the eight-county Council I .;. ?

territory, met in the dining loom of y y ; y

the Mira Mar' Hotel.. Representingthe I y y

|. LaBelle (Court House) February 21 |; ;! 725 Scouts of the Council was {' y y
Eagle Scout Rodney Grantham of y

:? and thereafter. ; :yjy ;: I Troop 8, Sarasota. Alfred Cooke X A X y

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