The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 18, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00983
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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The following is the full text of The immediate construction of
: Presfdent Bluing's address last Ne\v Water Works In $20,000,000 Program An- starch-house covering six acres of

. :-:: night: ground and designed to produce 75
. ',i:. while paying tribute to million
. -L Tonight, pounds of starch annually,
, .r : The loyal and efficient members of nounced At President Bitting's DinnerS together with a continuation of a

' I ,:,: our organization, we may alto celebrate $20,000,000 expansion program,
. another milestone in the progress was announced by Clarence R. Bit-

" L- ". of'the, Everglades. ting president. of United States
} ." j Most members of the organization, I Sugar corporation, last night, 'following

,:;, ;' and many of our other guests, have a Washington announcementthat

;: I'"-:> seen the successful development, by r priorities for immediate con-
, private enterprise, of sugar culture struction have been granted. The

>1 and the t benefits it has brought to announcement was made at the an-

, :-:" the area. You have seen the pro- S nual dinner given by Mr. Bitting for
s {;I.;{ ',,:: vision of more than adequate hous- key-men of the organization.

) r: .- ,- ing for employees. You live seen Construction has started'on various

. ".., the .introduction of essential oil projects that will make an immediate -

.;, (to," : crops which today supply a critical contribution to the war ef-
b' .; I and vital need of the Nation. You 'I fort. These include starch houseS

.- :,:. have seen thoroughly proved the ''fact' buildings that will cover six acres
that the Lalce region is one of the lof ground and produce 75,000,000

. :t : ., best places in which to finish for S 4'. 5 % S 4.2: S4 I pounds of starch annually; a water:

': market the livestock of the state. 1 5 ; ,- -# i supply system that will provide

: You have seen the sound growth and more than 20,000,000 gallons of

,. ;:?'" development of this beautiful City water daily from Lake Okeechobee,

, l:'," of Clewiston. a quantity equal to the normal requirements -
, J!' Demagogs are wont to make rosy of a city of 50,000 popu-

.1 .. unfulfillable! promises for the future. lation; a waste disposal plant that
,, Here, in the Everglades, private en- will return to the ,Lake a greater
'- : terprise has fulfilled the promiseS quantity and a purer quality than
S before it :was ,made. c : ( 4: I that of the water withdrawn a few

;i-- ..S Today you have seen evidence of hours earlier; additional steam
: :-' fulfillment of promises for the im- ( generating facilities to provide 100- ,

\ t.S; :: mediate future. You have seen the I Iri I 000 pounds, of live steam per hour, "

,. :.: beginnings of the pipe line which I which will drive a new turbo-gene- S

',; :_ ': ". will: bring from the middle of Lake rator that will produce 85,000 KWH

I-:; '.." Okeechobee to Clewiston, to be returned I __ ,_. I each 24 hours thus doubling the
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:::,. later in full measure but of1,i existing capacity.

S. :':'.. higher quality, more than twenty' U I AND POST-WAR DEVELOPMENT IN THE EVERGLADES.IA. I Bitting said ''some units of the ,;.
.' S ',n million gallons of water each day- 1 I .' f present construction program will

: \:, .. equal .to the, normal requirements -- I be ready for operation within 60 ('
.. Ip- of 'a city of fifty thousand popula- Kiwanis Club Enjoys 'l days and other, units will be ready ;
S tion. You have, seen a concrete each succeeding month with the '
; : structure reaching 145 feet in to Regular Song Fest power plant completing the entire .
the sky which will hold a quarter \ program before October 1. Work :
( ';,,, ,, million gallons of water.. You haveS The Kiwanis Club enjoyed a song already has started on the water line
,rl.: seen rising the walls of a water from Lake Okeechobee, on ,various
!':'; S storage facilities of a capacity: in AT TAMPA fest at the'. meeting Wednesday NIGHT buildings and' on, the 145 foot water -.
DIES evening. Since the Inn was '
S ,:' ', S excess of half a million gallons. You ed due to the approaching reserv-I I tower, that will hold a quarter -:
":) :'., have seen the foundations of'a waste w'ns million gallons of water. ,
I dent's dinner, the club '
: disposal plant which will return to 1\h..1 .The, ..starch house is located in a ,
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', of its regular. .meeting:.'place. : .
the Lake u .'.ferfcoierquantity and Alonzo' Char s Clewis founder !" A play-"How the .P-:?r\; A.. Start?,huge square directly nioi fh of the '
4 r-. purer qualify of 'water' than that of" Clewistbn, died early ,Tuesday'morning and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt invited ,the.. ed," presented ,by a group of eight!I.company: sugar house. \t will utilize -
at'his club to their home. A buffet sup
withdrawn but a few: hours before. home; 2509 .Bayshore girls from the."eighth grade, featured 40 freight car loadsofsweet'po- .
.S You, have" seen the, beginnings of': Boulevard, Tampa. He was 79 years per was served. by Mrs. Prewitt to the Founders Night, program" oft tatoes or' other roots and tubers in )
S the members.J.
.. a starch house which will utilize of age. the local association Tuesday 'evening -,I the daily production of a quarterS
S sweet potatoes and other roots and Mr.. Clewis was chairman of the E. Beardsley' assisted by Arch when the regular February I million' pounds.of highest, grade. "
B. Thomas in '
Simmons and ,
:;', \ .s tubers from a total of some fifteen 1 1 board of the Exchange National : meeting was held. I starches and their derivatives, together -
charge of the meeting and led the
'. S: thousand acres in the annual pro- bank of Tampa and was widely Taking part in the pay 'were Car- with sufficient 'by-product]; tt
of Kiwanis songs.H. .
S., duction of upwards of 75 million known among financial men of the line Berner, Shirley Kfueger,, Jean: materials for the production !of about -\."
H. McCall was a guest.
( pounds of highest grade starches and'south. He had a prominent part in' Bartz, Edith Long, Ann Winnie, half as mu h feed for livestock. ':
The club has invited Judge'' J. M.
their derivatives, together with the establishment of the First Bank .. Mary Davis, Yvonne Burkette, Roxie To provide raw materials for the '
S Couse to be guest speaker at the
': .' sufficient by-product materials! for I of Clewiston, and remained until Jenkins and Marie Lewis. In old- starch house will require intensiV'e
meeting next week, suggesting a
S r the production of about half as much his death keenly interested in the fashioned costumes, the girls port- cultivation, of more than 15,000 ,
theme in keeping with the observance -
S t. '. "S feeds for livestock.. : These high, bank' and in the city which bears his rayed mothers of two generationsago acres, some of which will be supplied '
of Washington's birthday.
(Continued on Page 4) name. and their desire 'to form an as- by the U. S. Sugar Corp.'s expanded -

,. j; #' : I Mr. Clew is was the true' "Father" S MOTIIEItS CI.UH1I ETrXG I sociation to work: in conjunction with operations and the balance

of the city of Clewiston, and was I teachers of their scl ools. The local will be purchased under contract

. SPAGHETTISUPPER considered, one of the pioneers who Community girls added a few quips directed at from farmers of the area, Bitting explained -
't. : I The Mothers Club of the -
i blazed the trail for those who established Church met at the 'Community their own present teachers which .
the sugar industry in the added to ,their own and the audi- Across the road, east of the starch
'I evening with Mrs.
Center Monday
: TO 275 NETS $250 i Everglades. S Carl E. Johnson presiding. ence's enjoym en 1. house, is the water tower 145 feet

Born ''in Georgia in 18G4, Mr. I It was announced that the elec- Two numbers were sung as duets high and 50 feet in diameter which,

Clewis moved, to Tallahassee at the tion ,of officers would take place at by- Misses, Geneva Thielen and Nora with its 250,000 gallon capacity,
FOR AID SOCIETY I Oglesby. \I. R. Stroud local principal will furnish water supply and fire
t. age of 22. He operated a small store the next meeting, which will be held
there and four years later moved onto .on the 13th of March.. made a short talk giving some protection for the expanded oper-
statistics showing the phenomenal ation. Adjoining the tower is the'vater
Tampa and opened up an insur- Mrs. B. T. Vorhees, program
The Ladies Aid Society of the ance and abstract business, whichhe chairman, presented a devotional on growth of the Clewiston school \ treatment plant, which will '
' t S', Community Church realized over operated for many years. He 'the theme "Thy Kingdom Come"which which on Friday had an enrollmentof provide additional reservoir capacityof '

-: $250 from the benefit spaghetti was interested in Tampa banks and was given by Mrs., David C.. 470 pupils. He spoke ot the 500,000 gallons.
r supper sponsored by the group at kept his business activities confined Hancock. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle led the over-crowded condition of the school Water- :will be brought from five. ;
the Sugarland Auditorium Thursday miles out in Lake' Okeechobee : 'f
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: evening. Meals were served to 275 I. through 24-inch pipe ,lines', purified
., S persons at long tables which were I I at the treatment plant and stored in '<

,- S decorated with red candles, 'hearts Carroll Redish Radioman CitefForHe-roism :.I the reservoir and tower. :
facilities located
S S and flowers. Waste disposal' are :. '

: The society is indebted to Instructor t southwest of the sugar house. '
DiMarco for his invaluable as-I at Sea Gets Coveted Flight Training Course! Bitting promised these facilities ,,"-

S Distance in preparing the spaghetti would be pushed as rapidly as pos- :

4 9r and to members of the girls SundayS Carroll W.> R e di i s h aviation him back to the float of the plane, Redish asked for radio training I sible so as to aid in shortening the '

School for their help in serving. radioman, U. S. Navy has been supporting him until a rescue boat and that request was granted; he war.Even S
S -Mrs. G. H; Brown, general chair- awarded a citation from Frank arrived from the cruiser.. Redish then asked that he be assigned to though war-time restrictions S

: man, was asisted by the following Knox', secretary of the navy, for thought the Ensign was only ,stunned the Opa-Locka Naval Station for I curtailed the number of guests the
committee heads: Mrs. Foy Dur-, heroism displayed when his ''plane but it was found he had been training and when that request was dinner lost none of the gala spirit
rence Mrs. F. E. Mrs. the explosion. also granted he felt that the Navy 11 which makes it the oustandiflg eventof
Conkling, I crashed at sea on January 1st, 1943. killed instantly by ,
Charles Bolfon, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Young Redish, at that time not yet It was not until more than seven was indeed being kind to him. the Everglades each year.; Included -
4 Mrs. W. N. Martin, Mrs. 'C. L. Mc- 20,' was serving in the Pacific and months later that the Clewiston boy Upon completion of his training i I in the list of guests were :

k Lendon, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford and the crash occurred while his ship wrote his parents "I was in a plane at Opa-Locka he received his radio-j officers and key-men of the or- -. '

Mrs. Otto Larsen Mrs. Brown requests -:'was on combat duty. The incident crash while in the Pacific(, but came man's rating and was assigned to aI I ganization, local business' men and ::

;: any workers with ticket receipts -'::has not been announced previously out OK" After the crash, the report cruiser and sent to the Pacific area. many others prominent in the' area. '-:'
who have not checked them I for military reasons. of Redish's heroism was madeto That he has acquitted himself well A dinner featured products of the

: in to her, to please do so at once, !so II,I S Redish, as radioman, accompanied the Navy department and won in that assignment is seen in his region, including Clewiston mo-
1r: : the account may be closed. Ensign William T. Thompson, of him an advance in rating and an story of his heroism and its resultIng -, lasses-fed beef and was served fol'i

S The Ladies Aid acknowledges I Minneapolis, Minn., on a scouting opportunity to try; for flight training I I advancement. j lowing an invocation by Rev.. DavidC. I
:' with thanks donations Entering the at such an !I Hancock, minister of the Clewis i
from B. andS 1 mission from the cruiser. Their which was his ambition. I Navy ; "
S Cash Grocery, Parkinson's, Roy plane was catapulted from the ship Carroll is the younger son of Mr. early age Carroll gave up the opportunity ton Community Church. Mr.' !;

S al's. Arch Simmons, Toggery Shop but the take-off wa faulty and instead and Mrs. L. C. Redish, of Clewiston, to complete his high school After dinner was completed made
S. l S S S Clewiston Laundry, B. and B. Market of lifting it lost altitude and and attended the local school be- course. This has made the flight Bitting was introduced and
i /. ," L. J. Pape, Bell Bakery, Sey- I j crashed into the sea. The impactI fore entering the Navy. His older training program a very difficultone his speech, (reproduced in full in -.", .
(,' ,- bold Baking Company two Redish Jr. is also, for him but he has passed successfully other columns of this issue) outlin-
,S ,' Altar Creamery I exploded depth bombs which the brother, L. C. ,
f/ Mathis Produce Company, Chris plane carried ,and the plane was in the Navy, serving now in Cali through his first preflight (Continued ou page 51 t
; J Erneston Produce Company Ben blown to bits.Regaining fornia. Carroll obtained his parents course at Kilgore College,t '

'i r' Franklin Stores, D. G. Alston, Mr. consciousness, Redish permission to enter the navy when. Texas, and is now at the Universityof Bank To Observe i
S and Mrs. A. O. Ward, United States freed himself from his seat into he was 17 years old, but before his Georgia, in Athens.
Sugar Corporation, Mrs. Elbert which 'he was still "strapped in an papers could be approved the age The Seventh naval district head- Washington's Birthday i,

;5 F'- Stewart, Clewiston News, Mrs. C. L. upsidedown position, and came to for enlistment was moved up to 18 quarters in Miami in announcingthe
F Downs and Ben Bolton. Both Mrs. the surface. He saw Ensign Thompson years, but the intervening 12 monthsdid citation said that Redish is the Washington's
L5 .E.V.. Durst, president, and Mrs who had been thrown thirty not alter his decision. In first of the trainees of the Opa-Locka In obsem'vanceof Clewis- t
'S Brown are grateful for the splendid \ feet or more away. Disregarding 1Iarch11, less than a month after 'station td win the newly created citation birthday the First Bank}: of Tuesday, !

S co-operation which made the supper his own wounds and exhaustion, he his 18th birthday, he was sworn Into ribbon from Secretary of the ton will be closed all day

555 -.:'" a success.. "! I swam to his comrade and carried the Navy, S Navy Frank Knox. February 22nd.
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Gems of ThoughtIT I lBLACKt .I'J.r. ';:: "7 f. ,

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IS vastly more comfortable & .SOMBRERO ) i 'I;
be oppressed than to have % ;
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of shame that he is an oppres- t 1'by CLIFFORD NIGHT, s RViCE Ought to Do ;
W. A. White, '
(inspecting barracks
Elsa Chatfleld, Hollywood artist, Is cutOff little piece-you know, unfortunate Rumble; the explanation of the picture
Pride (of all others the Suppose the barracks caught fire
from the will of her Aunt Kitty, who mistake; picture of brilliant young in the rotogravure section had ,, :"
fault) proceeds from: died from an overdose of morphine. Barry What order would you give?
caricaturist last weekwithchild been made
published and I to
was ready return
want of sense, or want of and Hunt Sergeant-Cease fire!
an amateur detective, Rog- ,
-Say, that's fine! We'll crack to town. But Rogers was' inclined
thought. Wentworth Dillon. sleuth, to Mazat-
ers, a professional go
'em 1 it don't makeno to
again. tell you linger, although we had
lan, Mexico, on a yacht cruise with Mar
The laws are secret avengers garet and Dwight Nichols. Arriving at difference what you run, so longas discovered that neither Sam Chat- A flirt is a woman who believes

And'they rule above all lands; Mazatlan they 'find that Elsa and her you keep hammering away at it." field nor Berta was at home and that it's every, man for, herself. ,,_

They come on uool-soft sandals, party have preceded them by plane. Rumble's thoughts were busy with there seemed no object in remain- --
And they strike with iron hands They dine at the rancho of Elsa's father future publicity, while Rogers sat ing. Upper Crust

-EDWIN MARKIIAM Sam Chatfield, whom Rogers questions with a curious look in his mild blue "You don't know, of course, when Brown-So you're setting :your college "
A more perfect race, means a about his visit to his sister Kitty, eyes regarding-'this strange mem- Elsa is expected back?" inquired graduate son up tin ,the bakery
more soulful race, a race hav- on the night she died. The next day ber of that great and honored bodyof Rogers of Rumble. business? /I

ing greater capacity for love.- Chatfield tosses a rotogravure section men who direct a nation's thoughtand "No, I don't, Hunt." Blue-Yes, he's so keen for dough and ;
Into the sea, but the pieces are pickedup whim. such a swell loafer it looks as if he ,
Ellen Kay.FIRST by Reed Barton, who gives themto Rogers got up from the patio would rise '
Rogers. Chatfield is very indignant "You say that'Katherine: Chatfield bench and began leisurely exami- I -

over the Incident. died that,night after you threatenedto nation of, the flowers and the riot of Ja

sue her for your money?" asked tropical shrubbery. Finally he

CliOICm:: Rogers. pushed open an old grilled gate

CHAPTER VI "Yes. I don't call till 'after din- which led to a graveled courtyard, gewun Wwps ,::
OF MILLBONS ner, see? This guy-Elsa's
poppa- or bare plaza. The huge house ,
"Here it is said Dwight pointing.. '
and his Mexican 'wife arrived whileI :
formed side of the '
safer. one t
Nono faster. None surer. None open square.A ELP EVT
"Yes said
St.Joseph Aspirin-world's largest sellerfttlCV. Rogers. was still talking with the old gal long low line of adobe buildingswith .
Save most in larger sizes. 36 tablets I leaned farther forward to see in her study. They don't knowme barred*windows housed the office r

,20!; 100 tablets,only 35i.( Why tier the picture. It was a reproductionof now, but I don't forget people. of the ranch and the store MAiT c
pay more? Demand St. Joseph Aspirin. a photograph of Elsa; the lovable I The Chatfield woman gets sore as
third side the living
a was
personality shone up from the heck when they come in, and jumpsup 'quarters of the ranch workers, the COLD
damp surface. Unmistakably it was and slams the I
door. thoughtshe
fourth that of the stables.I' .
Old Testament Hebrew
Elsa at her provocative, impish was going to have a stroke. from developing ,
The Old Testament is being followed Rogers, leaving Rum
now That, of course, was as it should be; I'd
Maybe have got out Put few
my money a drops Va-tro-nol
published in Hebrew in Palestine, ble sitting alone, smoking a brown up
but the incomprehensible
staggering, of her, if she hadn't been so mad each nostril at the first sniffleor
the first,time in history that a com- her paper cigarette in solitude. As we
part of it all was the child on when she sees them out in the hall." sneeze. Its quick action
plete edition of this book has been lap. A child apparently about a "Do know anything about the sauntered toward the stables, the aids Nature's defenses
in its languagein you actions of a man in the courtyard, q'tt CpS '
produced original year old, seeming normally healthyand death of 'Miss Chatfield?" against colds. Follow a
its native country. lovely, and, like all babies, a near a.gate which'opened upon the directions
captivator of the heart. Underneaththe fields of the rancho, drew our atten in folder. VA-Ie@-raOI.

picture were the lines: "Elsa tion. He was stooping above the

U Chatfield, whose caricatures have recently _-- form of a brown dog lying on the

D won wide acclaim, and her ground. As we drew near he emp-. Palace Gets Plumbing

small daughter Mary Frances." tied the contents of a bottle upon a Modern plumbing is being in-

"Well-that's that, I guess." dirty rag and held it to the dog's stalled for the first time in the
I nose, and the dog quivered slightlyas servants'
MYes, said 'ogers, picking up quarters of Buckingham
Don't fool with a coldl Neglected, It the torn sheet, and starting belowto if from a chill. palace, royal residence in Eng-
ous may condition.easily develop Rest-avoid Into a more exposure.seri his stateroom. "The dog is old," said Rogers in land.

And for usual cold miseries get "Barry-" he began. "I-I don't Spanish.
Grove's Cold Tablets. They're like mdoctor's Ise "Very old sir the man replied
prescription-that is.a multiple understand it. nT ....
medicine. Work on all these "Neither do I, Reed." % looking up sadly. "It is best that he ERY tol icf0a
symptoms of a cold headache should die sir." He
body aches-fever-nasal stuffiness. There were many things in' that now, caught a "
Why just suffer along Take Grove's strange story not understood until whiff of something'and turned his
Cold Tablets exactly as directed. Ask PEAFECt
your druggist for Grove's ColdTableta the end. The cruise in the Orizaba head away. r
-for fifty years known to millions aa planned for that day was aban- "Chloroform," I said| to Rogers.

"Bromo Quinine" Cold Tablets! doned; the yacht lay idly at her an- "Yes," he, answered, and stooped
Save Money t Large Economy e In a Pinch
chor. There was no fishing. to pick up the empty bottle the man
"What do you make of it, had discarded. "He'll die quickly," Grandma-No, Eleanor, not an- r\!,:

Dwight?" I inquired after lunch that he said to the executioner."Yes other story' tonight. ,;
day. Dwight Nichols shook his head. sir. Senora Chatfield would Little Eleanor. Well, then,
11 not have him shot. She said this grandma, just tell me about your 1
"The whole, thing is impossible.The
operation.> _)
child has been dead now several was
years-three or four." "The senora gave you the drug?" 1
Seat of Ross Government "Yes, sir. Do you think the dogis
Moscow's:; ,Kremlin, seat of the "But how could such a mistakebe dead, sir?" For ONLY (
her !
made? asked Margaret, '
government, is a tract oflOO acres, "Not yet, but soon. .
surrounded by a wall with 19 tow- dark eyes, very earnest. While I was standing there gaz- Less thane .:J

ers and pierced by five main gates. "Mistakes can usually be, ex- ing at this odd ,scene, my ears, l,
plained," Rogers reminded her. "I picked up the sound of hoof beats. ....

dare say George Rumble, to whomwe For a moment or two their source 'j

Gas on Stomach must look for the 'answer, has avery was not apparent. I walked throughthe

natural explanation. gate and out into the open away "1
Relieved fn 5 minutes or double back
r.:y, When excess! stomach add eaose painful money suffocat But it was not until the morningof from the 'stables. Rogers followedme. 1j
log gas eour stomach and neartbarn,doctor usually that wide fields
prescribe th. fastest-acting medicines known for the following day we ran t Across the along anunp'aved -e '
yrnptomiitic relief-medicines like those Bell-ana discov- a dose
across George Rumble. We ranch roadway, leading to
Tablets No laxative Bell-ana brings comfort in a 4' j i
7 tu.raIJ money. back on return of bottle ered him in the last place we ex- the. house, came pounding a horse Use only as directed. ,:
pected to find him-at Sam Chat- and rider as if in a tremendous hur- :j
.: field's rancho, sitting idly in the, ry to arrive. A hundred yards or ,

patio indifferent to the little green so behind was a second horseman i e I 1 1IRRITATIONS

parrakeets screaming in the gnarledold following in the wake of the other.
pepper tree overhead while he Elsa seemed to be flying for her life. As they came nearer in their mad

I'I' i waited for Elsa. The shirt of pink race, I made out the figure of ,Elsa "IS"rrHU

/ and white checks was absent, but in "What do you mean, Hunt? astride the leading horse, and on OF'I I
of blue "I mean do you know of what, or Chesebro. EXTERNAL CAUSE "
its place was a companion the other Elsa seemedto '.:
Spider Lives High I and white. how she died?" be flying for her life; she was Acne pimples, eczema, factory

The attid spider is the highest "I don't know anything, except leaning far over' the neck of her titis, simple ringworm, tetter, salt
have been wondering
"Some of us what I read in the the next bumps (blackheads), and ugly
I papers
living inhabitant in the world-
that of mount and applying a short quirt in .
I where you got picture put skin. Millions relieve itching derma'I'I
said it suicide.
found at 22,000 feet on Mount Elsa and the baby," said Rogers."I day. "They was vicious mechanical strokes, her arm ing and soreness of these
Everest, in India. Why? rising and falling as if geared to simple home treatment. Goes to
knew somebody would ask that. "Has it ever occurred to you thatit once. Aids healing, works the
hoofs of her
the horse.
Well"-his dark little eyes watched might have been murder?" For a flying way. Use Black and White Ointment onlyas
They drew rapidly toward us. directed. lOc, 25c, 50c sizes. 25 years'
To relieve distress of MONTHLY*N the movements of a 'young Indian long moment George Rumble gazedat
f Elsa, looking back over her shoulder success. Money-back guarantee. Vital _,
girl as she came out of a doorway, without speaking. in is _
Rogers Rog- cleansing' good soap. Enjoy -
of sudden sat erect and reinedin
F: female WeaknessLydia walked straight and slim throughthe ers added: "When did you leave the her, horse.a There was something ,Black and White Skin Soap daily. '1
patio and disappeared into thekitchen"there's house that night?
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound very intent about her every action.
lots of to geta "
ways "About nine o'clock.
is made especially for women She had not discovered us, stand- AT FIRST -.j
to help relieve periodic pain with Its picture. "She was alive then?" 'itA
weak tired nervous blue feelingsdue ing as we were beside the huge SIGN! OF A ;
to ..functional. monthly disturbances "Elsa didn't give it to you. "What are you ,getting- at? wheel of an old oxcart. She was in- ...
"No." "The woman was murdered; can
Taken regularly helps build-Plnkham's up resistance Compound "You understand, Rumble," I be- you tell us anything about it?" tent upon Chesebro now reining up
at her side. She sat quietly astride CtUE:
against such symptoms. Here Is "there's conclusion it. I left her
product that helps nature and a gan, only one to "I didn't do still her horse which, with heaving flanks, ; 666
that's the kind to buy! Famous for be drawn, after: seeing how Elsa reacted alive. There wasn't any reason for was uneasy and nervous after the
almost a century. Thousands upon yesterday when she, saw the me to kill her. She ,owed'me mon- 666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS

benefits.thousands Follow of women label have directions reported picture in the paper." ey, and we had'a row, and I threat- run.Rogers grunted half in astonish-

Worth trying "Well-draw it, Barry, if you wantto. ened to sue, and she tried to kick me ment at something, half in warningto
LYDIA E. PINKHAIfl'S COMPOUND If I say anything to Elsa about out, and I says: 'No you don't, old me; he seemed 'to sense what -Buy War Savings BondsGOODTASTING .

r what I'm going to do, she won't let girl; there ain't no woman going to was about to happen. For there p.

me. She'll be going against her kick me out of any house. I'm a was something deadly in' Elsa's ,
own best interests by telling me I gentleman and I'll walk out like n i
I firmly seated figure, in the way she
'i NOSE MUST DRAIN ; can't do it. When you start with a one.' held herself in readiness. Chesebro's -

To RoJievo Head Cold Miseries f1'f' press agent, you ought to leave it We fell silent for a few minutes. restless horse sidled close to : 'I I I ,

When head colds strike, help nose all in his hands. Elsa'd be just like while, overhead in the old pepper Elsa's. Chesebro's hand was extended aW111t
... dram,clear the way tor freer breathing the little parrakeets
her aunt-the one that died. She'd tree green
comfort with KOXDON'S NASAL JELLY. .AI J.ggirts.NOWWEAR as if in expostulation, in pro-
said to me: 'No, you can't do that. 'scolded and shrilled."I test, in appeal to an iron some-

You can't do this. I know what I wish you could ''help us out thing in Elsa.It .

want in the paper.' So I' says to her about 'that night, Georgeobserved. was all ,too apparent now that
one day: 'Why'n heck did you hire Rogers casually.
t Elsa had not .50 much been flyingfor
me, if you're going to run it?' That "I wish I could too, Hunt." her life as running froma

made her mad and she kicked me "Did anything arouse your suspi- situation that had angered away her,

out of her house, and I never did cions while you were there; any- and had now thought better of it and

;'r I 1 get my money, either." thing that would lead you to believe was decided upon action. That' action -
"How did you know it was her that Miss Chatfield was about to be swift
.... was so so startling and
daughter? asked Rogers. ,murdered?" so cruel that I gasped, scarcely able; \ \ 'I
YOUR PLATES EVERYDAY "Her aunt told me that first time "No-o. I guess not. You see it's' as I was to follow' the figure that

-HELD COMFORTABLY SNUG THIS WAY when I saw the picture. I asked a year and a half, almost,' since stiffened in the stirrups, the arm '

It's so easy: to wear your plates regularly who it was. That's why I rememberit that happened; and the thing I remember that rose and fell like lightning.The TONIC 4

-all day-when this held firmly in a year later when I can use the of course, is the row I lash of the, short quirt which Good-tasting Scott's Emulsion contains

place by formula."comortcushion"adentist's picture, see?" had with her." Elsa only 'a few moments before natural A and D Vitamins often neededto

r f Dr.Wernet'sPowplato powder. "Didn't you know that the child Conversation lagged; we had exhausted had used upon her horse struck help build stamina and resistance to ::1

der lets you enjoy 3. Economical; was dead?" all that was obvious in the Chesebro across the face. I still colds and minor ills. Helps build strong;
solid foods-avoid small amount lasts bones and sound teeth tool! Give
sound ca'nsee
of it "
"Dead? The baby? Rumble ech- can ,
embarrassment of longer. tasting Scott's
loose plates. Helps 4.Dr.Wemet's pow- oed, slightly aghast. "No, I didn't "Do you know where Elsa is?" the white line it left along his dally, the year-round I ;:'

prevent sore gums. derispureharsnlessZ know that. It ain't none of my Rogers inquired of a sudden. fat cheek. Elsa's horse reared. She >Recommended by Many DoctorsI t

Largest sellingpleasant tasting. business where the baby is, under- "All I know is that some guy-a clung to the saddle without touchingthe ;
All Jrvwim-3OI-.MoMy badciP: eel JeliglnJ.11IIII1 stand, and I don't ask. All I'm Mex, who speaks Englishsaidwhen pommel, so intent was she upor ..lf\

looking for is something with heart I first came out that she had the object of her wrath. Chese .lf f

I interest, see?' Dead," he mused. gone out horseback riding." ''bro's horse whirled about, but didn't

'I "Well-that gives me an idea; we "Alone?" bolt; the man was dazed, bewil f,

:\ can correct that. I'll get the boysat '"I didn't ask." dered by the blow.TO .

the office in Los Angeles to run a We had had our talk with George ( BE CONTINUED)



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.;', "Ignorance," said Rastus, "ain't door changes the temperature and water, will do a good job of cutting The Questions 8. How large' is the world's big

knowin' nothin'-it's" knowin' too is a common cause of baking fail- cake and keeping neat cake and 1. To what part of the world is gest plow? 'I '
! much that ain't so. ures. frosting edges. the soybean native? The Answers

< It's all right to change one's mind, '* e 2. What is the meaning of glyptography 1. Southeastern Asia.
but it is also possible to be wrong on should be in ? 2. The art of
Chicken fat saved from stewed Honey kept a warm engraving on gems.
the second Uiought. 3. What state in the United Statesis 3. Louisiana. "
chicken may be substituted for place in the kitchen. If it does
A soft answer may turn away shortening in pie crusts, biscuits, granulate, place the container ina, divided into parishes instead of 4. The Latin cross. 4
/ wrath, but that's hard to do when spiced or ginger cookies or cake. pan of hot water until it liquidizes. counties? 5. Inclined to redness.

,: '. you have a club in your hand. + 4. What is the name of the re- 6. British Columbia.
small leak makes it ligious cross most familiar to us? 7. New York, in 1882.
i.5'A! straw vote gives about the You can add a cute note to your If a ; impos-
,.fJ", '.'. moon over one's right shoulder from odd pieces of felt and sewing the regular way, try filling it with 6. What is the most western for reworking California
,/:* does. them around the hem. Or one ap- hot salt. You'll find it holds the province of Canada? farmlands, cuts a furrow six feet
'"f ;: pliqued on your sweater will makea heat even longer than water and 7. Where was Eamon de Valera, deep, is higher than a' man, and
who dies millionaire
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.;; : .-': : ( HOME FRONT% flw i muscle at aches.homo Smart to relieve mothers cold-coughing today amply ; '

: '. RUTH WYETH SPEARS l rub Penetro., Modern medication
.': cDe's in base containing old reliable mutton
:: suet. Relieves such colds' distress. 250.
: SOLD RRAMED EMBROIDERY ors were repeated in paint and fab- PickedAt Fair Question ,Double supply 35c. Today, get Penetro.

r'-- BEFORE OESK INDODPYCORNFLOWE ANO WF EAT ric. The desk accessories also church one morning the min-' German to the Swiss-How come

1T WAS DESIGN repeat these colors. ister asked Mary; "What is your you have an admiral?- You haveno
. ':',1;, '. ', I WEA I favorite hymn?" coastline, no navy, no empire. ..dryMartha signed up our George
:. NOTE-Now is the time to start a really ? d at first meeting. She knew
therein Swiss
"The one' over the blue The repliedWellyou in
PAINTED interesting piece of hand work that will ?W the 18th Century methods
: COLORS fit into that room that you expect to remodel suit," Mary replied. Germany have a minister of jus- r"y Do you know the 20th Century I.,:"',
_ r> next spring. A stamping pattern, tice, don't you? game? That delighful '
i for all the
color guide and directions '
stitches in the graceful applique design
,,- dii' shown here may be obtained for 15 cents. "Morale," explained the colored tells everything $1 postp'd "
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rooms from odds Address ,........................!..... old friend, he was asked: "Has your ''Ji
and ends, and nature is the best present wife a more even temper ,than, ;.
source for color1 inspiration. The your first one had?" "
soft 'golden color of wheat, the Predict Car-Plane "More even? I should say not. Even ,f'"J;
'orange-red'of poppies and the blue ,M more," ,he replied! with emphasis. '-''j'

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Airplane designers prophesy a Diner-Have you anywild duck? Some Guess '>
the charming applique design you I : :fA
Waiter-No sir but I could have
combination family car and plane ; Small '
see here over the desk. This 'Betty-We've got "a new 1roicaI fro iml :
for the not-too-distant future. Most the cook take a tame one and irritate .
'I needlework picture was made in a baby 'at our, house. Guess what, I l'
visualized is three or it for you. kind
r' -- few hours with scraps of ginghamand commonly a ? 111uMON oaANac P.
bits of embroidery thread. fourpassenger'carplane with removable Small Mary-Boy? ALMOND i
V wings which can be :He's It Betty-Nope. >:
!' Stretched over a piece of card- "
board to fit an unused, picture L "checked" at,the, airport.. "Ha! Ha!" laughed the recruit. 'Mary-Girl? :,'

frame this piece of applique work Predicted performance: 135 to "You can't fool me; I know Betty-Why, yes. Who told you? '.u

became the keynote for the inter- 160 miles an hour cruising speed in they've got potato-peeling. ma- -'Y
esting furniture group you see I the air, 50 to 60 miles an hour on chines in this army." i'i

x, here. The top of the old desk ,was the highway. Mass production "Yes, smart chap," replied the J5/ 4 :;J

cut away and it was' boxed in be- I would bring cost of unit within sergeant, "and you're the latest ,:,t.

tween ,book shelves. The padded reach of the family'pock tbook.I model!" ''I'M TOO YOUNG

stool was made of a box. The
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It's lemon and water.Yes!-just
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The Clewiston News President's Address- mechanics, chemists engineers, etc. 1 I teresting to the mothers. Reath-\j meeting, Mrs. Conkling appointed
These plans were initiated by, and I 1 1 I' Mrs. Otto Larsen and Mrs. Mis. R, M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. E. F.

will be made effective by, private 1 Icy Bowden, hostesses, Keath-\I\ Powers and Mrs. S. P. Slonaker as

Published every Friday In Clewlston, (Continued froth page 1) enterprise.For and coffee to Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. |, members of a nominating committee \ '
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, grade starches and their derivativesare I almost 175 years private enterprise Foy Durrence, Mis. J. W. Durden IS", _.
inc. of the utmost importance to the I in these United States has Mrs C.-A. Thomas, Mrs. B. T. Vor-t i A roster of past presidents of the'
war effort. This construction work 'given the people an ever-higher hees, Mrs J. W. Ezelle, Mrs M. R. I local Parent-Teacher Association

Entered as second class mall matter will be pushed as rapidly as Is humanly -\. standard of living. Private enterprise Stroud, Mrs. McGowin, Mrs. Han-1 I I was read by Mrs. Conkling, who addI i

February 1,Florida 1927, at, under the Post the Office Act of In I possible so as to aid in shortening .,' will continue to' fulfill that cock, Mrs. C. E. Geilcke, Mrs H'1 j I a rose to a bouquet on' the table '

!March Clewiston.3, 1897.Subscription the war. Some units of the I I I promise if, it be not stifled' by ill- Brown, Mrs L. M.. Weetman, Mrs.. I i iI i as each name was called.
present construction program: will be I advised and calculated: attempts to \V N. Martin, Mrs. W. D.. Wylie and The executive committee was in .

ready for operation within sixty days I lharase I. or destroy it. I Miss Barnhouse I charge of refreshments and individual ,
Unto-$=:G0 Per Year and other antis will be ready each l I I Through your own eyes you have ---. I'I I'I cakes with lighted candles were.. '. /

Advertising.. Unto On Application. succeeding month with the power today seen the fulfillment of the Western Hendry Co. served with punch to those attending. .
I(I ,
plant completing the entire program promise for the immediate future so 1

II before Octobev i first. I I as to render effective aid in the war 'I Sells $9,500 In I
Devoted to the advancement and welfare The latest and the best oC scien- I effort. '. POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS.

of Clewiston and Hendry County. tific research has been applied to''I Today the Everglades is enteringa 'I 4th War Loan Bonds i i

_--- -- 1 the desigua and will be applied to period of increasing value to the ,

the operation of these new facilities. Nation; indeed, the area may well (Hendry County News) -- )
Additional steam generating facilities : FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER; _.
NATIONAL EDITORIAL- 'be said to be but on the thresholdof A report from the LaBelle post DISTRICT. 3"
to provide 100,000 pounds of its opportunity. The promise ,
SSOCIATION office Tuesday shows that
) live steam per hour at G50 pounds. contained in its opportunity will be W. N. (Bill) Stallings ,announces his .
rn $9,350 in Fourth War Loan "E" candidacy for the office of county
{I pressure are being installed; 'this I realized by those who have retainedthe :;, bonds had been purchased up to that commissioner for district l No. 3, Hendry
steam will first be used to drive a. I" pioneering spirit which has County, Florida. He has been a resident ,
time. I of the
I county since its creationand
,- 3400 KW turbo-geneiator, produc- I made America great and will carry Judge R. M. Harris, chairman ofj J is deeply Jnterested in its progress.He .
ing 85,000 KWH each twentyfourhours I hopes to have the 'opportunity .
America to heights.
greater the finance committee of the Fourth i
i j and pleasure of serving you, and will
':":"':":":":":":":":":":--:":":":":":":":":":":":..:..:.. thus doubling the existing has ca-j I That you may glimpse the promise War Loan drive for western Hendry do He it will to the very best of his ability. .
pacity. After the steam I appreciate your vote and.support
which the Everglades holds, we have
county, said that the committee is ; in the May primary.
used to produce this huge quantityof had our architectural engineers'sketch still working on bond sales and that (PaId) Political Advertisement.)
electricity: it will be further usedin I
: the existing facilities, those
With the drive in this section is still going I
extraction and drying of the I' .
the now under construction, and those on. FOR COUNTY< COMMISSION; y.
(\ starch:!, thus doing double duty. ( planned for the post-war period. r I DISTRICT 3VO. 1

So as to prevent pollution of the Gentlemen: The future of the This will announce my candidacy

\p Our Boys t waters, soils and life of the region, I II Everglades. How P.-T. A. Began I for commissioner re-election, district to the office number of 1 county, sub- '
all wastes will he treated in tho
I I ject to the :May primaries. I am con-
I ,
[ waste disposal plant; here, through cluding my second term in this capacity -' :
Mothers Club- (Continued from Page 1) and Invite a careful inspection',
J the use of micro-organisms, certain :I of my record as your commissioner'
i'j in I parts of the waste will be convert- :! rooms and the resulting difficulties I for this time. p
Your vote and will
)|II ed Into a useable gas of sufficient' (Continued from page 1) under which the teachers and pupils -I preciated., support, be ap- .
I volume to operate the additional!II discussion on the child training are working. GLEN E. ETHERTON.
(Paid Political Advertisement.
Service I boiler capacity one-third of the study program of Parents Magazine. Mrs. Frank Conkling, presidentof )

time; other micro-organisms ,will Adding to the program was- an im P.-T. A., announced that Feb.
.I convert the remaining wastes into I promptu talk by Miss Mabel Barn- 22nd would be set aside as "Visit WANTED-Apartment t.'t

I i I high quality fertilizing materials. ], house, of New York, a guest. Miss School Day" 'and urged as many par- :'
1[I After these various micro-organisms Barnhouse has done educational and ents as possible to visit one or more I or room for woman..
..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNNN.MN. .NMN.MMNNM. .N.. .:M: I II have completed their work, the ,waiters mission work among foreign speak- of the clasS rooms on that day. I,' Box X

will be of much higher quality\ ing peoples in the United States Announcing that the election of occupant. care

It's hard to keep the typewriter ';'I and purity than are the natural waters and her discussion were very in- officers would be held at the next I Clewiston News. 1
when 'I tp
on an even keel these days I I of the Lake. "
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we begin to write the service col- I The various projects now under I.' ,
::: .:. -
I umn. If we were giving a lecture :I way, which I have endeavored to
instead of writing a column, we'd outline quite briefly, are those which 1i
tell of the service record of Clewis- will make an immediate contribu-

) ton boys-how every boy has con- I.tion to the war effort. \1

tributed his part to keeping the I On the anniversary of the attack

record pages shining and how opportunity on Pearl Harbor, United State flouP

has come to some of them to Sugar Corporation both asked and e

add stars to the record-with gave its answer to a. question which' n

medals, 'citations, ribbons and what- faces every American. The questionwas I '::
have-you. Whatever the story, whoever "
"The future? and the answer,
the boy, whether it's a special "Let us face it unafraidl"! Stoppingthere \

honor or just a day by day routine both the question and the ... : FLORIDA "
duty perfectly: done, every word answer would be merely rhetorical, i S < J' S ; : :/' .
back "
from our boys makes the folks similar in kind and,, quality to the

home swell with pride. I stock-in-trade of the demagogs.'". :
This week's, story is one that has United States Sugar: Corporation,t ) .4;, : z ; 7i

been .a military secret for over a I' its'officeis i and directors have 'given'I, ;; "- %oa' ;

year. On: January 1 ,1943, the in- :, long and serious thought to' that fu- ; c.

cident"'" ccurred in the Pacific, and 1 ture. We recognize the responsibility -I
this week the story was released by I ,
resting upon private enterprise, ':' .,;
the Navy Department. It was Car- ...
Ito plan for the future and to make
roll Redish, a dyed-in-the wool Clew- ''such plans effective. We have not '.l

iston boy, whose heroism won him I lonly planned for the future but have ;",,, ": ..

an advancement and the opportunity -( carried such plans to the point of ,. :, '

for flight training, Seven becoming effective as soon. as re- \ ': )"':, c '.

months after the incident Carroll strictions are lifted. 1. .. : ? ; :
wrote his parents that he had been f! The presently-in-progress facili-:

in a plane crash while in the Pacific -,,| ties plus those planned' for the post-I

and two weeks ago told them I war period will utilize (the produce
the whole story.: It's a page one I I I
[ of upwards of 15,000 acres immediately -
story, so we'll leave the details i I and about triple this area II I

there. Congratulations, Can oil, this I j in the post-war period; it will pro-I % a ,.

citation just adds to our pride. inI 1 s I vide year-'round employment for f

you. more than 7,500 persons, of whom I
upwards one thousand will be I
John Robbins, who was recently I highly skilled employees: such as
home on furlough from the San
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- - - -
Antonia Classification Center, has I
for all ages.Morning .
been assigned to the Pilot's 'School
I Worship, 11:00 a. m. A i
in San Antonia for his first train- 1
nursery: for young children is con-
ing. .1( (
ducted by the 1Iothers'Club at theI
I Community Center.
Both Clayton S. Waters and his i '
J "The Common Man" is the theme
brother-in-law Munselle Stone, have '
f 1 of the minister's sermon. Special
1 been promoted to the rank of Cor-
-- music, by the choir.
poral. Clayton also received an .-
You are cordially invited to worship -
APO change of address and is over- ;
with ci
; seas now. Munselle is still at Camp us. ... '
Claiborne. Mrs. Waters is in At-1\ DAVID C. HANCOCK, Minister.MODERN II I-\ k. .p

lanta where she is working as junior 1 _
clerk in the A. A. F. :Material .
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Command. Mrs. Stone and the baby s .
with her parents in Gainesville. c '._" :.""':
are .
W U1 -1 1I 1I It would take quite a stretch of the imagination culture its rightful place in the. Stat'e's.\, ;:)M;

fc Edwin Roath has been promoted t i to conceive of Florida without economy. ':>:. :\ \

r" from seaman 1st class to gunner's:: its rich farmlands. Indeed, if all the food, /i ..
| mate, third class. He is on an LST /RCS : .I"t,,;:
; textiles, and other basic war materials Members of the Florida Motor Lines or. .', '

boat. LIKE SP/MHW6 WHEELS j produced on the farms of our State were ganization (a large number of whom grew '!':
& Charlie Benson wrote us on January I ... .BUT 7MEY WANT suddenly lost to America's war effort, it up on Florida farms) have a particular
would be as disastrous as the loss o'fI interest in our Florida neighbors who "
: 26th from the Pacific that I FOUR QF TH M.. .. i
live and work on farms and in rural
"we hit quite a few of these IslandsX AND GOOD DRAKES I many major battles.
out here, so if' you could give me I communities. Our buses are,' in many
Florida farms today are producing '
I 62,248 their of public trans : ,
Jimmy Weaver's address I might be I cases, only means
the things needed desperately by the fighting 1
able to look him up sometime. The, portation. !
Clewiston I've into : J men and war workers of the United
only boy run bo ::4 -ekAl'J)
? ,
far is Paul Pullen and it would be ?X \ &' 1 Nations. Many thousands of Florida's We feel we're helping them to do their big to- '

te something of a disappointment, to rA $& $$& J population are "in there pitching"-to job better-by giving them easy access .
find out later that I had been to iM>.
< set neyv records for farm output. to nearby towns and cities for marketing -.

eome of the places some of the other I m WAnd 1 "S crops, buying farm supplies and for,

fellows were without knowing they ''',; ., The top ranking product in value from seeking relaxation. Our buses have also

were there." So we've sent Charlie I ',1r. ':. :. :Florida's fine farms is citrus fruits, fol- aided them by bringing farm workers

t addresses of all we know in the '.lowed by vegetables, tobacco and cotton. right to their gates. It's all part of the job .
: SW Pacific, and hope he does get a
\ And these are just a few of the crops and in which Florida Motor Lines takes the
visit is
with some of you. Charlie
on a sub-chaser and probably cir- products .that our farms are yielding greatest pleasure-making near neighbors -'

,: culates quite a bit down there. I under a far-sighted policy established by and good neighbors of all the communities -. '

f 'r i modern girls enthuse to the \ / successive legislatures that has given agri- that our buses serve in Florida.MILLER'S ..

'..- A.P.O. addresses are now used for fine toiletries, candies, "stationery : '" ti1 :

l :Aubrey Duncan, Gaines Ricks and supplies and fountain service al-1 DRUG STORE
Dick Patterson. -Good luck, and lots I ?
available here.ALSTON'S. .
; i ways Canal Point Floridal'AGE +
of it, boys.





Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.., Dr. C.
,. ..,. .
E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes CLEWISTOX; FLORIDA r.w.wrrmrn:54+A4+:uiriw>inG.wr muvWZrr+W r : .y : :}vy.G'srva. !.w.Ymtr}+n. +M\ $ev .t A'2ii

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\ cs RS. BOURNE ENTERTAINS JITH |I l Dr. W L, Lovvorn, C J, Lucaa, John, i! B, Watson, Harley, Weathers, B S .
cK> I BUFFET .SUPPER; 1 i iI ]Lynde, Hunter. f Weetman, Dr. L M, Wells, Arthur,*,.
C' McGehee, J A, McIntyre, P1 Jr? I Wheeler, C Wilkins, Captain W
.. 4 [ Personals ] I[ Mrs. B. A. Bourne entertained']\ ]McLendon, C L, McLeod, Evan W, i B, Wilson, R C, Woods, Fred.
I a buffet supper at her home' ]Martin, W N, Martinez, C A, Mason. Wright, George 0, Wylie, Dr. W D..
evening. Bouquets oC Rev. S D, Meador, Rev. H C, Meares, j Yaun, F D ,Yon, George A. .
I flowers were used!' In the liv ![' Jacob L, Meeks, Carl, Mills, E C, --- ...
Mrs H. T. Johnson has | [ room and on the dining table. j Ii i ij Miner, C E, Montague, S F, Moran. Turn
_. to Fort Myers after a visit j Cards were enjoyed after supper : Jay W, Morrisrni, J F, Mott, C S i I' your waste fats in
.: iston. ]I prizes went to Mrs. L. M. Weet- Harding, Mott, Charles S, Mounts, at the B and B market
--- [ first prize, Mrs. Clarence Niel-l I IM U,. Mueller, F W, Mumford, N V :
Miss Benner Hughes of I second prize and Mrs. O. A.I J I IS.i I and we will send it on its
i l cut prize. Nail, W C, Neller, Dr. J R. '
New Mrs. Jimmy York, Taylor is visiting her I j The guests were Mrs C. W. Full I'I'I Owen, W C, oxnard, Thomas. e i j way to Hitler and To jo. :

.. I ( Mrs. G. N. Pitzen, Mrs. Gene Parker, I Lee Sr., Parkinson, Ce- i, "'
E-, Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mrs. L. M. '!cil< V,' Patterson, R Y', Paul, J TI I Ii A clean tin in "
". !\II'. and Mrs Thomas W. i> i) MrsV.. D. Wylie, Mrs. 'i'I Pendleton, Harry E, Perry, W W, j can your .
.: .. of Canal Point were Sunday ;i E. Gericke, Mrs. P. M. 1\lcIntyre'l :Pirkle, C M, Prewitt, M M, Pre-|! ice box will hold fats for
,.:\.\...._.: of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Pape. I i C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. L,. H.. Nash, witt, W C. I Ii
r ,. f i rs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. II. V. Briant J i Rardin, Hon. Paul, Reeder, C H, salvage. The B and B
,, Mrs. Conually Nail spent I Mrs. H. J. Oglesby. \ Reeder, J P, Rigby, Dr. W 0, Rod- ,
;', :,.- in Moore Haven visiting I I ---__ __ I riguez: Frank, Ruhlander, WOE market will trade you 2 "'
: : Mrs. S. C. Stalls and family. BISHOP HOSTESS AT Russell, NFS. n'l brown ::
: I points
t, :. .' --- !' +: CLUB WEDNESDAY I Sara, E C Carnell, Sarloris, per pound. ,

t.. I ._. Mr. and Mrs. J. I"\ G. B, Sawyer, H S, Sheppard, 0 Make your contribution '
: the week end in Fort !\ Mrs. Carl Johnson won first prize, j Sikes, Fred C, Simmons, Arch, H'I
$ wjJ Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Reahard, i 'I pair of quilted card table covers, I I; G L, Smith, Fit. Lt. Bruce, to Victory. .

)t;_'\.:. ''C: the Wednesday afternoon bridge E J, Smith, Captain R E, Stewart, 1 I j ...... .
.... ;;: ,, .' Mrs. R. J. Lee and 1i which met at the home of Mr?. Hon. E L, Stokes, R S, Stroud, Prof. :
; \ .M. Mrs. M R, Stuckey, L L, D.
; j Bishop. Keathley Swayue, S \
:' Jane, made a trip to. West i! I t "-
r'Y3V/' Beach for medical won printed towels as cut Tatum, I I, Thames, 0 F, Therry, Johnson's Fish Camp
B : purposes
,...1J,,: '. '. day. Pie and coffee were served G E, Thomas, C A, Thomas, M Af i
' Ii":.' I> Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. Bowden, I Thompson Dr. D C, Thompson, WI j (Near Hurricane Gate)
; ,
h: i.. ..' ; "Mrs. A. H. Vann and I| J. W. Ezelle Mrs. ,H. R. Hall, J, Tiedtke, John, Tralles, Forest Clewiston, Fla.
1' t, : :t' Barbara, have returned Johnson, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Traynor, F M, Trice, H E. P'I Boats and Motors-Guide'Reasonable Service
r{> -:' ami where they spent a G. B. Thomas and Mrs. R. C. Upshaw, Lt. Haskell .O. Rates
:"-'n-::.... with relatives. Vaughn, H T. I W. H. Johnson, Mgr.

-." .' I 1 I I Walker, William, Wallace, Ben, !I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:./.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..).:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..
r: ->:. Mrs. Flora" Deans of : : GARDEN: CLUB TO MEET Ward, A 0, Warnock, R N, Warren,
i I )
: .;.-.: .. N. C.fis)\ spending several I
c.; ',.': with her daughter, Mrs. I I The Clewiston Garden Club will
-, :-. Lanier, and Mr. Lanier. |[ its February meeting on Thurs- Can
-- i ([<( afternoon Center., February The 24th meeting at the FINLEY MOORE I you ,
Mrs. H. J. Roath has [
r from Fort Myers where she I begin at three o'clock I
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week, caring for her ; J i I II a typewriter ?
G. T. Marchman, who was j i f Dinner Guests II


Elbert L. Stewart and C. The list of guests at President Bit- 'c'' 't.g j
inson attended the funeral I j dinner: .g Can you do clerical work' or

in'' Tampa Wednesday for j I' Adams, W H, Alston, Dave .G, An- s accounting? Have you ever-
; worked in store? Can
+ -:- Clewis, founder of Cl wist j 0 A, Ange, Fisher W, At- : a you

', : H. H. Avant left Sunday ||| ( R W.Beardsley. J E, Beck, Hon Herb- I I i1m ; Z1 I drive The a Army car? needs all kinds of'
y- skills in the WAC. There's a
turn to Fort Knox, j ( Bensel, George F, Berner, C.I I} II
chance for
II 'ou-to improve a
a ten day furlough which 1] Bestor, H A, Betzner, Lou, Bigg, I
skill already have, or learn
here with his parents, Mr. j! W, Bishop, R M, Bitting. I you
H. C. Avant. I R, Bitting,:. William T, ,. I\ one you'll find 'useful all your

i; I I ,, William H, Bolton, W E, J JI JI life. IToc1a3iinel
Mrs. J. C. Ziler is Dr B A, ,Bowden, Keathley, JI I out about the
week at her home in | | W L Sr, Brown, CAT I ,opportunities that await you

ing; up to visit a brother I Roy; E, Bryant, F E, Buck, in the, WAC the important job,,
inp op to visit a brother W J, Butler, Patrick. I r. II the interesting life, the chanceto
': home from the armed Cash, Captain M D, Clarke, L I serve jour country in a vital.

short furlough. || t Colee, Harold, Corbett, S'4 .: I i way. '
-- ( Officer G M, Cornette, E M, Apply at the nearest U, S..
i r Mr. and Mrs B.. D. Keck ,' J M; Creech, R Y, Crochet, j: : Army Recruiting Station (your
3' Mrs. II I I : L. local post office will give,you the
and Henry Hansen, of --
were guests of Mr, and Mrs.daught'M Davis, F W, Davis; J I, Davis, W I U. S. Senate i iI address). Or write:' The Adjutant -.
: I
General, Boom 4415.
Martin and family de Gruyther, W C A A, de Val-
Martin is the daughter of John, Dexter. C M, Dobbin, I 1944 I Ii Munitions Building, AVa&hiag-
and a niece of the Hansens. I[ R A, Dopp, Ernest, Douglas, j ton, D. C.

s,_ Miss Mabel -Jean- I,.:| ; H H, ,Duff Downs, F, D Claude, Durden, Drayer, J W,, i (Paid Political Advertisement.) i I I LN.N-MNN. .. .. .. .. ..NM. .MN. NMN. .N...............N.NNMM. . ...NI ...

: New York City, who is Foy, Durham, Maj.. B J i ....
some time in Fort !i .
n the guest for several days Engle, Dr. Jacob, Etherton, Hon.
and Mrs. C. E. Gercke and il Ezelle, Dr. J W. 1_ Today'.rFUNNIGRAM 3 By Peters I i i I

Fernandez, R, Ferris, Josiah, Jr,
Miss Roberta George ,, Sam J, Frierson. J E.
days the first of the week ; I I Geary, Father T:,'J, Gericke, Dr.
sonville, visiting her E, Gibson, Fit. Lt!' Geo, Goodman, :

Mrs. Launita George, who S, Granger, W B. ... .... .. :" ", .'... .5k4; .wa Y a Don't be forced to walk. '
::: :: : .
4 '. Naval Hospital recovering Hall, H R, Hancock, Rev. David I wwOJ.: ??==, h:,(::":::' f.:: .. -.:...JM. .
Y' ;: When motor troubles
juries received in an I l Haney, Howard 0, Hanton, Carl, '::': ? '.' ,.t.: !:
weeks ago. Mrs. George, oa I J S, Harris, Dr. C M, I cp:: ,., ;"i"t;:<':.:':?i i' r ." ."..:<$ ..<..: /;;'s;.;I START, .see us for quick,
' .0I'
'0':'! ; I' :
,.:- WAVE, is doing splendidly, i ', Fit. Lt. S/H, Hedke; H A .;I '., :( N') "i money-saving service.
in good spirits, said 'Miss j Hill, Sq. Ldr. AC, Hooker, W R, I' l ; .
: Paige. :' .Jt; / kilI II'

E : P. S. Maynard had as his I Jernigan, W P, ;Johnson, Carl E, I .. Vij& _; {1.1! J .
1 F for several days this' : I i II L, Johnson, J E, John- ;><<:r.' ", .iX d j
f mt "
' : ;, brother, D. Leslie i I! T DicE, Jones, Alton, Jones, I'I'1..t.rJi.A. : b..:.'. {
" d, Maxton, N. C. It was the I i C, Jones, Luther,, Jones, 0 A. .. IJ{ '{ ":1 4 1 '
the brothers had seen each i j I j Kay, Russell, Kelly, E E, Kiel, .. .;wIt v.' :i:.. < t&.>. i MOTORS
twelve years. Leslie !I Kingsley,. George, Kurtz, R l Jfl' :
> extensive farming .' I NW' : W
,. North Carolina and was ';i Lanier, W II; Larsen, Otto, Lefils. I I' AMW'AJ' ; .:: + ,* \' .::'/.:;;' : CLEtj'ISTOFLORIDA ;.
J : ,. .,.:' ;:; ..v. ,4. ,.>. .
terested in the farming J I A, Lehman, H, Lord W C, Lott, I t < ";" :: "<;' ti
; :, ..> .
:;, ,' business in this section I I j! .. I < "",, ,' Y.M. <<, >m<< ,
'; -- --- '- ---------- !I g' ;;:I1./ .:..." :.'ii ; :J."i'f: : 'f'fI
pressed his amazement at | "

'r:: derful development here I TheFuture. I "My wife said to buy Junior an Encyclopedia, now..that he goes ... ',,
i I Look to I to school but I still think he ought to walk. I. j jI
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. I ',.' .
| ).
}_ Mrs. A.V.. Lawrence, L
Twiddy, Mrs. Sally I i I -
f. -----
v E. W. McLeod, Mrs M. S. i
,1., Mrs. J. K. Rogers, Mrs. E. ;' J

ston, Mrs. Daisy Yoder. IVorhees I I I I ,
Mrs. J. M. j I I n.n r. r#, i Ernest Re'I '

Mrs Olin Waters attended :: i
ing of' the Order 'of j i : After The War
chapter in Moore Haven I j jI jJ

into evening.the order Mrs. at Waters the was i' I You Will Want To I I 4 GRAHAM

I I : Build A Home y* > Ir
Solicits Your Consideration

While their husbands !! It Will Pay You To i t :*f of His Candidacy

tending President Bitting's !\. 0-'> .

dinner E.gathered Berner to at key for-a the men.pot-luck home a group of! \ :!: I!i Buy Your 'Lots'NOW '' ;:: For Governor! \ :

a- evening. Each brought a '1 L' v ] i ,
of the menu. i ,' .

Included in the group : : Qualified. : .:
E. C. 1IflIsIrs: J. W. '
C. L. McLendon, Mrs. :
A State Senator for S Yen-
---. Mrs.. M. W. Bigg Mrs. R. ( I
son, Mrs W. C. Prewitt I' r A Successful Fanner
A World War I 'Veteran
Mrs. C. R. Krueger gave I CORPORATION
,f on Valentine Day j .(Paid for by Friends of Mr. Graham: )
seventh birthday of her .
I I :

\ 1

. i J -1

I m I !lCtJ tJ.1ImII 7/1rP r r i Might Have Been Different

., ?, Had the Lady but Said

fAD F Draws Up Plans f for'family UOR 0 / .. Mose brought Before the charges bar of justice of desertion on wife-, .. .

/ ,' ;. Brown meekly admitted his
:q CG.., C. W EA OM guilt and offered nothing in extenu'

l of f Nations' Buying y Y'G2J.' Y. ,..., rr. ill ation much.except' that the lady talkedtoo

aY. Washington, D. C. Sallies in Our Alley: Benny Goodman "That's no excuse for desertion,
and a chap who just signed a Mose," the court said. "The con-
Aims at ,,; h Hollywood contract were discussing stitution guarantees every woman
Food and"Agriculture Organization <. Members BLAST Movie ,T*>wn "How's the weather the right to talk all she wants to."

Expanded ,Production, Increased Trade ; who have lived of the beside diplomatic Russia corps and out there now?" asked the Broad "Jedge, I knows it do. Only Lucy .

Countries'lnvolved. dealt with her diplomats for years wayite. "I'll be leaving for Hollywood she never stop talkin'. She keep
,shortly. What should it up, mo'nin' .
;;, point to some significant things clothing noon, and night, till
about the Pravd. report, which set I take"along?" "You might take I just cain't stan' it no mo'." .I
along, said Benny, "a knife-proof His mournful earnestness impressed
the world on its ear about the Brit
. By BAUKHAGE ish negotiating a separate peace vest!I" Congressmaid Clare the court. "She does?.
News Analyst and Commentator. with Nazi Foreign Minister Ribben- Luce, at a party, was seated be What does she talk about?"
trop. tween playwright FrederickLonsdaleand "Jedge, sub," he said, "she don't. ..

iVNU Service, Union ,Trust Building, that a business man would use on it. In the first place, diplomats point producer Gilbert Miller say" ,
Washington, D. C. Believe it or not, the men who are out that, had the report been pub Lonsdale asked her: "If you had a

When the President introduced his figuring out free lunches and the lished in Izvestia. would have been choice, kissing me or Miller, whom

Second bill of rights into his ,Stateof production programs to make them much more serious. Izvestia is the would you choose?" Clare hesitated How To RelieveBronchitis

the Union message to congressand unnecessary hereafter are doing it organ of the Soviet government, and "I'll never," said Lons
skillfully inked the past and, scientifically, and even if ,you don'tlike I anything appearing therein can be dale, "forgive you for that pause!"

future with it, he set up old argu- the word, on a "businesslike"basis. considered the gospel views of the

ments among the elite of Washing- Kremlin itself Somerset Maugham's first book
set. Little has been said of piis per= was "Liza
ton's cracker-barrel of Lambeth" .
However England's -
Pravda, organ of the .
manent food organization of,, the
When "Old Dr. New Deal" was Communist is great book critic, Edmund Creomulslon relieves promptly be-
party, one step re-
United Nations. You hear about Gosse cause It goes right to the seat of the
set aside ds the guardian of American UNRRA, which is supposed to take moved, and anything published in it whose opinions made or trouble to and expel ,...
welfare, some folks hereabouts care of what might be called "strategic can be interpreted as close to but broke a writer, wrote an ecstatic germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
insisted that he had plans for con- is not necessarily representing, the notice ,about it .The next day soothe and heal raw tender. Inflamed -
feeding"-that taking care
siderably extending his practice later : views of Stalin. Maugham was on the road to fame bronchial mucous mem-
of the peoples in countries the Allies branes.Tell druggist to sell
your you '
-'that his friend Franklin D., was Once he had six plays running
bottle of Creomulslon
reoccupy (hungry men and women Thus, it was Pravda which in London a with the understanding -
planning on a "World New Deal. at the same time-all wal- you must like the way it
are no help ta anyone). The motiveis dropped a ton of editorial bricks on
loping hits .' He followed quickly allays the cough or you are
Like all smoke it signalizes a fire the through
less altruistic than military.But unsuspecting, wellintentionedhead with "Of Human Bondage" and to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
somewhere. you may not have heard of of Wendell Willkie, hitherto other many
best-sellers And critic
There is no doubt that even thoughthe the work of the FAO-that's an en- considered Russia's best friend. Gosse
realistic Mr.. Churchill and the tirely unofficial abbreviation of the That editorial rebuke came after dinners constantly and met Maugham at for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis
parties for
realistic Mr. Stalin didn't see eye to Food and Agriculture organizationwhich Willkie had discussed the Polish and twenty years
always said
eye on everything as they looked at Gove Hambidge of the agri- boundary question-in a manner that wonderful book: "Mr. Maugham,
each other across the green table atTeheran culture administration of the' de- quite sympathetic to Russia. wise of yours. How Early'Prophet ,

we have reason to believe partment of agriculture made up However, the Russians chose to linel"! you are never to write another Roger Bacon, living in the 13th

that both are pretty well sold on himself. He was appointed one of rebuke their best friend as a learning century, predicted the automobile

what they each think can be done the secretaries of the commission to President Roosevelt and Sec- and steamship.Millions .
in the, way of a little international appointed at the conference in Hot retary Hull that they did not want I A legend in Cuba (the home of the

"welfare work" which would raise Springs last May. the Polish question discussed at all tamed Bacardi rum) is this. The 4
the decibels which the hum rum was originally owned by ten '
measure Well' -not even by their friends. They I II I .
of business in their respective. coun- 'Going could not very well come out and brothers. Only two survive. Every
tries. the work of this time one of the Bacardi brothers
Hambidge says rebuke Hull and Roosevelt, so they
FAO is well. It has drawn passed on he was buried with a case I
The President presented to con- going up chose a prominent American, one of the
gress the various human "rights", the plans- for this job of permanent step removed, figuring Hull and in Heaven rum-"knowing the brothers"
he visualized, as you recall, and feeding. Not "free" feeding perma- Roosevelt would take the hint. were waiting for some! I. i I

there will be more specific data con- nently, but a plan for "family buy- Therefore
that Rus-
cerning them which he will submit ing"-family of nations buying. Nat- sian diplomatic moves are usually Pod'n the Round Shoulders: Mar- Piles, have of people found suffering prompt from relief simple with

to the legislators later, either just urally there is plenty of chance for aimed obliquely at something on the gie Holliday tells of the chap who PAZO PAZO ointment ointment.soothes Here's Inflamed why: First.areas

other side of the billiard table, hereis took out a lovely looker, who was relieves ,pain and itching. Second.
unbelievably dumb. When he delivered PAZO ointment lubricates hardened
diplomatic corps' explanationof
TEtEFACT dried parts-helps prevent cracking and
the latest Pravda thrust againstthe her home after an endless eve'g soreness. Third PAZO ointment tendsto
British. he sighed: "You're very beautiful, reduce swelling and check bleeding.
Fourth It's easy to use. PAZO oint
UNITED NATIONS PLAN RELIEF MEALS FOR EUROPE For about two years, it has beenno but"If so stupid! plication ment's perforated simple thorough.Pile Pipe Your makes doctor ap- .
secret that the British have hung you think I'm stupid, she gaga'd can tell you about PAZO ointment.
*Pn (DAILY''' CALORIC CONTENT) back regarding a second front in "you should see my motherShe's .
I all bent I i
*" western It is also over!
Europe. no secret
|iH5fc \ [
J ji Mil a400.SOO I CALORIES *,' that, right down to the Teheran

:- ,/ conference, Churchill pulled for a Yes, Indeedy!: In the newsreels 1
: PRESENT EUROPEAN RATION =ro': \ i; Balkan front or almost any other from the war fronts our brave com- Weasel a Killer

o front except a., western front. manders are usually photo'd lead- The only lower animals that kill
'. ing their men to the attack. We for the love of killing are weasel*

I .... 2.000 CALORIES PUTTING BRITISH ON SPOT saw a closeup like that last night. -
The General facing the A
\ Stalin is a man who never for camera.
UNITED NATIONS' RELIEF MEALS woman in front audibly remarked: GET RHEUMATIC PAI I
JO gets and, even if no friction had "He's AFTER
certainly brave but how
occurred'at Teheran he would have
about the With a Mtdlclai that will ttoit Itulf
I ..lmlltR&mml& ill continued to be suspicious about has his back'to unknown' the photographer" who If you suffer from rheumatic painor
British intentions of a second front, enemy? muscular aches,buy C-2223 today
3.500 CALORIESto in view of the two years of second I for real pain-relieving help. 60c $L

AVERAGE AMERICAN DIET front debate. And on top of Tehe- I The Magic Lanterns: "The Lodger bottle Caution: Use only as directed. First
purchase price refunded by
ran, plus Churchill's long stay in ," classic among blood-curdlers druggist if,not satisfied GetC-2223;,,
keep his hand in in case he differences of opinion but Hambidgeputs Africa, Stalin's suspicions may be (based on the sinful Jack, the Rip

contemplates, as the crackerbarrelers it this way: boiling again.Therefore per), loses none of its shudders in

suggest, further personal activ- "Pa wants a certain kind of en- point out the diplomats, its transfer to the screen "Higher '
ity later, or merely wants to keep gine. Ma has her eye on the up- what could be more adroit than to and Higher" is a pleasant song- ,we

Americans thinking about all these holstery. Sis prefers a certain body put the British squarely on the spot and-dance film. It brings Prof. Si

things, come the ides of November. color. Junior-he's thinking about by subtly accusing them of talkingto natra into focus. He'll never get as

About Relief the gadgets on the instrument panel. : the Nazis about a separate peace? many girlish-,squeals for acting as Cep-Brush'AppGcaEor ,
But the main thing is-they all wanta In other words, after the Pravda he gets for paper-dolling, but he gets Jl ST A makes oouuatrum BIACII tFAF40'+at
tx No matter how you look at it (un- car They end up by getting one article, the British now have to by okay. J. Haley, Michele Mor- DASH IN FEATHERS..

less you are a 100 per cent "stew-in- that isn't quite what anybody ex- prove they want no separate peace gan and the Hartmans help consid- .

their-own-juicer") you have a sort pected-but one that's durable, anda by pushing ahead with the second erably "The Miracle of Mor-

of vague feeling that we ought to do good buy, and gets them where front. If they delay it, then the gan's Creek" is wild waggery, a direct -
what we can to help out people who they want to
go. Russians can point to the suspicionno slap at Pop Dionne. Eduardo .
are starving or freezing no matter "In other words, they compromise. matter how untrue-that perhaps Bracken is a pranky parent, and SNAPPY ACTS
where they are. I,, say that ad- Each one gives up his own pet ideasto the British were talking to Betty Hutton jumps out 'of her skin

; visably and for. proof turn to they get a car that will be serviceablefor Ribbentrop after all which, of from time to time "Where Are ABOUT
; record. the whole family. weren't. Your Children?" deals with juvenile
course, they I r
One of the earliest memories of "And that's what will happen," delinquency. It skips the preacher
' The Pravda publication fits in,
my childhood is tagging up Main says Hambidge, "with the Food and angles and assumes its audience if
time when there
at this
especially riJriRUBBER
a Street on my mother's hand and seeing Agriculture organization. The In- more than eleven.
I have been hints in
actually some .
t a dishpan in front of the "Silver terim commission has been working
official circles that the Russians
t{ Dollar" (not the original) filled with. i out a constitution-a .broad plan of I are doing so well that the Nazis will Willie Collier is dead. There wa

.. dollar bills. My mother dropped in operation, showing what the organ- surrender then we wouldn't a comic. He had wit and showman- Tiro life on rough gravel 1 roadsis
'. a quarter and hurried past the sin- ization will do and how it will do it, soon, ship and a style of offhand clown- about 40 per cent less thanon
need second front.
ister abode. Passersby tossed in and a general budget, so we'll know It's a but the Russian ing that you hardly ever find in the smooth concrete pave-
: their currency for the sufferers of what the work will cost. Along about complicated, days of stun-the-peasants technique.You ments. This was proved by
': ; some Chinese famine Italian mind is complicated, and Russian tests conducted by the Iowa
or March, probably, they will have remember him best from one
..j eajthquake (perhaps Pompeii and these plans ready to submit formallyto diplomacy even more'. so. of the first Music Box Revues, State College.

f Herculaneum, I don't recall). the 40-odd governments. If there's teamed up with the late Sam Ber- Soapt! develops to bo a growing --

America is always willing to go quick approval the organizationshould SOFTENING CASUALTY nard. That was where Willie popu- factorin maintaining moror trans
down deep in its pockets for "relief." be set up 'and ready to go MESSAGES larized the word "nifty." A coupleof portation. It has been estimated

'Y But doesn't. seem to like it if government not too long after that. The war department has received seasons later he produced a show that 00 million pounds/ of soap will t ;
many letters recently from ministers for himself be required for one year's production r
K runs the show. Nobody on Two things FAO is aiming at: ex- and Bernard, called
Main Street knew how much of the panded production within the coun- ; and private families, suggest- "Nifties." It died, but nothing of of synthetic rubber. f'

dishpan's contents reached the quak- tries involved, and increased trade ing that, instead of sending casu- Collier's deserved to. Camelback which gets its '1

%' ing Italians or what-have-you and between the countries involved. I alty messages by telegram to bereaved Another time Collier was a last name because it originallyhad 'i

', how much never got'past the "Silver, Some countries, for instance, just families, they be sent to a minute replacement-for Lew Fields a hump in the center is
t., Dollar's" back room, but nobody can't produce enough of the right committee of pastors in each com- it seems. On his first entrance he a growingly important product -
cared. kinds of foods to feed their people munity, one of whom would then turned to the audience and exhibited of ithe rubber industry. '

{- ; 'On the other hand, even when themoney. properly; others can produce cer- deliver the message and seek to his shaking hands-and won '''the Over 20 million pounds of I

:' is triple-checked by the government tain foods-like wheat, for instance soften the blow of the tragio news. house. Later, making an exit, he camelback are now being

,'." '. and investigated by the -only at very great cost. So far, however, the war depart- was asked by the heavy where he made monthly to recap tires.

;; opposition, if it is taken out of the The FAO, its members say, aimsto ment has taken the position that it was going. .us.
"' .Y general kitty, Americans don't like get away from the old isolationistidea should continue delivery of the casu- "Back to the dressing room" re-

i'; a it. That's playing Santa Claus. When that prevailed almost everywhere alty messages by Western Union torted Willie, "and study my lines." .,.'

,' they can shell out individually, it's before the war-with every messenger boy. Army officials argue -

all right-which may be perfectly country trying to meet all its own that delivery by a clergyman Sallies in Our Alley Over
; logical from a psychological viewpoint needs which ended up with a smash- would cause confusion and delay, Gamecock a movie actor: at The ;;a.. / .
R' ; ing big depression and a whoppingbig and that a clergyman might not be Hollywood "is wonderful said that y ;

., However this may be, your government war. What the FAO can do to available at the time, or he might one except people with to every-

''.. i. is going right' ahead andr prevent such world catastrophes, lack proper and immediate transpor. To w ich a cynic smallpox"queried t
r'- :
: .- = preparing a program for taking out according to Hambidge, remains to tation. "You mean to tell me that
a guy
.f-' the wrinkles and concealing the<<:; ribs be seen. Also, the army argues that a casu- with a flat wallet would be welcome

,,-:' of a starving world just the same That is what this very silent com- alty message has a high priority, there?" "No," was the retort,
: it is also doing something more, mittee, or commission or whateveryou which means that its transmission as "in Hollywood a flat wallet is the

._\;. helping the starvers raise more of want to call it, is doingmakingan expedited, and this might be offset first sign of smallpox!" .. D. .

..r<. their own food.' attempt at prophylaxis' at- by delay at the receiving end if Lowe's nifty: "When the Yanks take

'. ,. They orb trying .to organize the tempt to cure the disease instead of the message had to pass throughthe Cassino, they'll have to,play with 51 1 L
y. job with.the same business acumenA the symptoms. hands of a clergyman. cards as the Duce is missing." r

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ALCOHOLISMUntil I. sit .nd wttch .the.,

; L'l'llllII.' ;;:i : :JIIIiJ' member very of the recently family,tr to ated have for a a Lesson for February' 20 vorldJust iiiebi p. ,5S' t>y j '

mental ailment illusions, obses Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected r
and copyrighted by International .
sions, hallucinations or other form Council of Religious Education: used by I.1c.Ill.' W) '
of odd behavior '

caused sorrow and JESUS
shame. Today these

mental ailments are

considered on the LESSON TEXT-Mark 9:33-39; 101316.
4 same basis as phys- 4245.

ical ailments. The GOLDEN TEXT-The Son of man came \ WNU Features.
not to be ministered unto, but ta minister, ;
is to
family willing
/ i*( and to give his life a ransom for cany.-
have the patient en- Mark 10:43.Ambition. .

ter a medical clinicor ,

mental institutionto to be great is not wrong CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I ."I;

\ 4A receive treatment. -provided one has a proper con-

c.f : Physicians now ception of greatness, and seeks it ..

Dr. Barton consider alcoholisma in a right way. Every one of us ',

'. disease rather than should be our very best, not for ,:',1

just a bad'or unfortunate habit. The selfish reasons, but for God's glory. PLANTS FOR SALE :

family and the patient eagerly The disciples were earnest and \..

stretch out for the help or curenow eager to have a place of honor with 6.000 Onion Genuine Plants grown White from or' Yellow Imported Bermuda Tene- :'A.,

available. In many cases the will i the ,Lord In glory, but even in that rifle Island seed. $4.50 express collect; -'
I 1.000 Onion Plants. S1.50 '' -1-,
postpaid. Ehlera
1' to stop drinking, strong as it may holy purpose they became selfish and Bros. Plant Farms Carrizo Springs. Tex..Nurses' : :. .
be, is not sufficient to remove or argumentative. Jesus gives several }

overcome the desire for alcohoL marks of a truly great man. .

In the New, England Journal of Greatness Means BeingI. Training Schools :;i

Medicine, Dr. Joseph Thimann, Boston MAKE UP TO S25-S35 WEEK J
Not First, but Last (9:33-35): as a trained ..
4 practical I Learn
( *t4 states: nurse quickly at
/ ; 'r Booklet free. CHICAGO homeF
4t : The way of the world is to seek
"No other disease is so widely NURSING. Dept. CW-:. Chic-au.
spread or so detrimental from the the place of "No. 1 man"-to be

medical, sociolOgic, legal, economicor looked up to, honored, and served
L by all. True greatness takes the last
l any other point of view'as is
chronic alcoholism. The experiencethat place, the place of a servant; and lo, mileage legally increased up

'I Jd--. Let Hearts Be Gay: on Valentine's Day! will power and good intentionson God regards that as the first place.It to Free 35%details.by chemical RED LINE beneficial PRODUCTS.to engine.SO S ,

I ; (See Recipes Below) I the part of the unfortunate pa- is not a question of timid diffidence West Washington, Chicago, Ill.
tL Y self-effacement but
tient are in most cases ''inefficient or a

: Cupid's Share led physicians to look for another, willingness to take the humble placein SAFETY PINS ETC. .
Ft Point-Saving ;'
t Lynn Chambers' cure." order to serve all. I

." 'Valentine, Party Menu The idea behind drug treatment 61 II. Not Proud, but Humble ((9:36 I Safety Pins, Wire Hair Pins Needles ,';
i ', Hold on to your heart! Here comes 37). Bobby Pins, 10 packages for SI. Limited 1 '
Cupid ready to do tricks to your Molded Raw Cranberry SaladHeartiShaped alcoholism came from the knowl- Hurry 1 Sawyers, 732YV Gainesville. Fla. ,
"Great" of this world haveno
I heart Valentine's Day! It's time Chicken edge that if we eat a .food that disagrees people
: on
( time for children. Let them be
for a party with cute Dan Cupid Sandwiches with us or a tainted food that : Business Opportunities .
cared for by servants, teachers, any- ?
causes and other symptoms,
throne.February's Beverage
I. r. reigning on a mighty one at all, but not by their "distinguished" &
Strawberry-Rhubarb Tarts we will not want thatfood any moreor UNUSUAL 'OPPORTUNITY for an unencumbered ,
a short, 'short month parents. with some capital to take ?
at least not for a long'time.Thus e1dln ".
; opportunity for Recipes Given half sound business. T,
with of
but plenty. But Jesus said that the one who ?
by treating the alcoholic pa- P. O. BOX 1188 LAKE WORTU. FLA. /
I'p party-giving, You set aside human pride and receiveda
i tient with an emetic a desire to vom
, i coln's'can have, a Lin- Pour Vz cup water in a bowl. Add it occurs when'' the patient drinks child with humility of heart and FOR SALE Sj
,14 1& J.: or gelatine to water. Add '1% cups alcohol. The emetic used is emetine, mind-and in His namereceivedthe i ,:?

( ., Birthday water and ,sugar derived from ipecac., Lord who gave them life-spiritual Small manufacturing business clearingtwo S
party, or you can ,and stir until dis of as well as physical-and is in- hundred month. Suitable either sex.
Dr. Thimann'refers to the ,
j. and Retiring account age. Box: : 34 Atlanta. Ga.'j:,
1' be extra gay solved. .Add lem- in them in fact He is with :.\!
; Drs. Voegtlin and Lemere who have terested ; .
colorful aValentine's on juice. Set' used this treatment for six years. them and hence when we receive S ;
par- aside to cool. solution of 50 grains of them in His name, He is there! Boulders as Tombstones ,:, ',
ty. These shouldbe They use a Because it is forbidden to cut a I ''. 1
Grind raw cran- emetine, 25 grains'of pilocarpine, 23 III. Not Exclusive, but Co-opera 1
extra, popularthis gravestone or write a nameor_ epi- -
year with the berries, chop nuts grains of ephedrine and 40 cc. of Water 'tive (9:38: 39). taph along the Jugoslav-Albanian ::::

. i r' pepped up pace and celery fine.Add .04 to 1.0 c.c. of which is inject: John, quick to apprehend spiritual border, relatives ,of deceased :
r crowd these ingre- ed into a muscle 4 to '12'minutes be- truth, saw in the teaching of Christ ..
I of If in < search for boulders which .
: romance. anyone your : to they :,
Place salad
dients gelatine. in
I is to the little child the '
fore drink of alcohol given concerning con-
wedding :
is about, ready for a shower or imagine resemble the shape of :
" I W' one large or several individual he had _.
giv- demnation of
fromValentine's the patient. The treatments are something .
you might take the cue their departed loved ones. These
and let'jell until firm. Serve
fr': four to seven times on successive done. .
en' '
: and make Cupid'sdecorations the
: day with lettuce they place over graves. y
i ;( your theme. or greens. days and repeated once, after one, The man who casts out demons, ,.

:: Pink-and-white red-and-white Get out your heartshaped"cutter two, three, six, nine and twelve or who gives the disciple of Jesus a = ;i;

', or if you want to make sandwiches. months during the first year. cup of water, in His name-that is, '
the color schemes and
are gay. you For a simplechildren's There were 1,1; patients treatedby with true faith in Christ, and in His You breathe freer al- ''::,'
:. ,
can carry these out in both food and Instantly as just ,
r supper this method. About 75 per cent of power, and for His glory-must be a drops Penetro Nose ;
decorations. A simple but dramatic
party or for val- 644 patients treated,for less than two believer. He may not belong to our Ii open your cold- -,.,",
t.. table picture is seen in the picture nose to give ,-
in today'scolumn.: Three large, red 1 entine refresh- years were still abstainers; about 62 group or circle, he may not speakour : head cold air. ;.
ments for treated'from Y : Use only as .. ;
grown- per cent of 291 patients language, he may not use our ,
r. valentine boxes are set on their side 25c 2% times '
\ in a row to form the main interest ups, serve heart two to four years and 51 per cent methods, but if he is serving Christwe much for 60c. Get .

J.:' for the table. shaped sand- of 259 patients treated four or more should not. forbid him or speak / Nose Drops

7> wiches filled with years were still abstainers.It evil of him. .
If would rather this out
you carry
chicken salad and is gratifying to' know that 'the IV. Not Important, but Approachable -
\. in flowers, get a nice centerpiece of .
'\ flowers. But have garnish the plat- results of the treatment of alcohol- (10:13-16)). Cactus as Compass
( ter with buttered beets cut in heart is successful. ,in such a think
r heart, somewhere along the way. ism now Some who they are great, Because the barrel cactus always
shapes. Strawberry and vanilla ice large percentage of cases. pride themselves on being hard to
1=> If you have a valentine mold make leans to the south, it serves as a
; _i'a valentine cake or jelly mold and cream with little sugar -cookies-a reach-protected from the rabble compass to persons lost in the '

f: work out an arrow with a pastry tiny motto candy heart placed in Stomach Ailments Are and their problems by secretaries Southwestern United States desert. ;
the center of each cookie-is effec-
and servants.
!- 'tube or, if the cake is iced you -.
Now Easily DiagnosedBefore The disciples had built such an
::: might even put on ,an arrow made tive.This
,I ;, out of red paper. chicken sandwich spread idea of the importance of Christ in DON'T LET

2 Here is a luscious salad that takes may be prepared the day before it the discovery of the X-ray, their own minds.: He had never given -

', it easy on rationed foods: is used* to fit in the day's schedule: it was difficult for the physician to them any ground for it either CONSTIPATIONSLOW

t. *Molded Raw Cranberry Salad. Chickeh Sandwich Spread. tell whether or not the symptomswere by word or deed. YOU UP
4 cups finely minced chicken So the man who is truly great follows -
'-,1 (Serves 6 to 8) due to ulcer, cancer, or gas- When bowels are sluggish and you
1 can pimientos, finely minced tritis-inflammation of the lining of in the Master's footsteps. He feel irritable, headachy, 'do as millionsdo '
cups raw cranberries, ground Vt cup pickle relish has time for -chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern
the stomach. By means of test is approachable, kind,
;: 1
j envelope orange gelatine J/4 grated onion if chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
4 meals the of large or simple folk and little children.V. .
: 1 cup chopped celery Salt, and presence FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed,
pepper absence of Not a Supervisor but a Servant
amounts' even
Vi cup chopped nuts small or taking only in accordance with package
r" 1 granulated Mayonnaise to moisten hydrochloric acid in the stomach (10:42-44). directions-sleep without being dis- ,.
2 cup water sugar I Thoroughly mix all ingredientsand contents, he was often able to ,tell Christianity is not organized after turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough "
cups storein relief, helping feel swell again. Try i l
Juice refrigerator until ready just which condition was present. If the manner of secular governmentv. you
of 1 lemon FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good; is handy
to use. the abdomen ( 42)). Much of the mischief that
t : he was in doubt, often and economical.A generous family supply
Cherries can make food decora- was opened and stomach lining, ex has come to pass in the church is costs only !

tive for any Valentine party whether amined. This is called an "explora- the result of "running the church"as I FEEN4L-MINT ;
10* ; :
,. Lynn they are used in cake '
Says or pie: tory" operation as it is an attempt an organization, when it shouldbe

(. Play Games-, Too! Nothing's Crust Champion: Cherry Pie. to explore or find what is wrong. allowed to develop as a living -;

I However when the X-ray was discovered organism. Last ', J,
'.. 'JJ'" nicer than having fortunes told -At
,ll/t bread flour .
at and it was possible to see Anyone who observes with even a Fla. tombstene
V a Valentine party. If youcan't 10 At Miami, a ::
tablespoons lard of the stomachwas little care knows that the church of .
I afford a professional, have 1 whether the lining bears the name of Happiness Com ; .
teaspoon salt Christ is hindered most seri- ':'
had slight depressionsor Jesus "
I dressed or
someone as a gypsy, arm plete.
5 to 6
I her with a heavy glass crystal tablespoons ice water other deformities, the presenceof ously by the presence of pride and

I and booth, and let her go to town. Sift flour and salt together, add ulcer or of cancer could be told selfish ambition. Some people will 6-44
lard and blend. Add ice water grad- When the physician not work unless they can rule. JVNU--7 : ,.r
I Letter games are fine for starting and in, most cases. .
ually cool.
I off a party. Give each guest and surgeon were in doubt, an exploratory Are there then no Christians who \ j
4 I a letter to tie around his neck as : operation was made but humbly serve the Lord? Yes, praise
ZVs cups pitted sour cherries, often. His name, there are many, and
I he enters, and as others appear, drained this was not necessary very :
I let each one dash around to oth- However, while the use of the wherever they are found they are -
ers to make up words. When cup cherry juice X-ray in locating ulcer and cancer the salt of the earth.
words formed 2 tablespoons fine tapioca forward it was VI. Not Unselfish, but Sacrificial i1
are guests appear Ys teaspoon salt was a great step May Warn of Disordered
': in front of a person who takes 1 found that in a few cases: when the (10:45): Kidney Action :'
down their cup sugar cancer and the The world is full of people who
names. Prize goes to 1 teaspoon butter X-ray pointed to Modem life with Its hurry.and wormIrregular (
person appearing in most words. exploratory operation was per- want to be served. Their little per- habits, improper eating.anJ :\
Soak tapioca, and salt in drinkine-Its risk of exposure and Infection -
L found. And sonalities swell with pride and
Novel idea for a scavenger hunt formed, no cancer was -tnrowg heavy strain 00 the work '
'w i : which needn't take you outdoors. cherry juice and let stand while pas- In some cases also where X-ray apparently pleasure if someone else cringes and of the kidneys. They are apt to become 1
try being made. Then fail to filter excess
!,;'. : ). Select about 10 guests and make mix well showed no cancer present, bows, and serves. and over-taxed other impurities from the e-pving
!. ? them have something unusual. with cherries, add butter and put in the patient really had cancer and There is nothing commendableabout blood. -1 j
'" pie tin. Bake pie for 10 minutesat served. The great and You may wirer nagging baekaehe.hf'adaebe .
I For example, have a man with 450 this was sometimes discovered too being dlzzineas, getting up aigbt. '
.w.. : two unmatched socks, a girl with degrees then reduce temperature late to save his life. good thing is to serve.The leg paIns. sweUing-feel consttY'S t
to moderate or 350 degreesand man-Himself the Lordof tired, nervous,all worn out. Other signs
L. two different colored hair bows, Fortunately, the new instrument, Son of of kidney or bladder disorder are sometimes -
tr Il .... someone who wears his watch on for 20 minutes. Turn off the gastroscope, which enables the glory, the One who might have burning scanty or too frequent 1

A r the left arm, a girl with two different oven and let stand at oven temperature physician to "see" the lining of the called legions of angels to do His urination.Try Doan't Pint. Dyin't help the l{

Jr r colored earrings, etc. EvP.i for 20 minutes before removing stomach, is now enabling physicians. will-came "not to be ministeredunto kidneys to pass off harmful excess halt body a {

; eryone is provided with a list of from oven. to advise operation when needed and but to minister." That service waste. Xhey of public have approval.had more Are than recommended !1

\ ,'f.,:. J. above so he knows what to look // you leant sugar-saving suggestions, there is, no fatal delay. meant going about doing good even century by frateful users everywhere. j

I r ," for. As he finds the person, he write to Union Lynn, 210 Chambers South Western News- By using X-rays and the gastro-I when He was exhausted and worn. Aft your neiyhbcrt f,

,;, : writes down the name. The one paper Chicago Illinois.. Don't Desplaines forget to enclosea Street, scope, stomach patients now have But it meant far more than that, for i fi

.."'. finished first gets the prize. stamped, self-addressed envelope for double protection against ulcer and I' it 'took Him to the cross where He ..

: Save Used Fats your reply. ,cancer. gave "his life a ransom" for us.

r .., ._Released--by Western Newspaper l1n1oa.0 Are we'ready to learn of Him? ,i

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:I ;: or'no.) rs' K I and in obtaining jobs for men who I ot the city, which was named Clewis-!' Mrs. Irma Jennings, District Officer

PAY Return my dli liaVjC I certificate leave the armed services. ton in his honor. i LaCelle, Florida ,

I of ,service and mail (?check to me at Jay W. Moran, vice-president and I In his passing Clewiston has lost Station Precinct, W.No.D. Hough Three-, District:plough Officer Service,

the following address: general''manager of the corporation a true and influential friend of I LaBelle Florida.
TO Precinct No. Four-Daniels'
awarded emblems who
.................................................... (full to employees many years standing Mrs.Denaud'Dora, Florida Daniels, District Officer,
since the last president's dinner had
name, service, serial or file No.) I I NOTICE: "I Precinct No. Five Lancaster's
completed 5, 10 or 15 years of serv- i Home, Mrs. Addine Lancaster, District
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WTERANSNOW ..... .............................................. (full I ice with the corporation and its Tallahassee!' Florida Officer Precinct, Felda No., Florida.Six-Bussey's 5...
address. predecessor the Southern Sugar February 15, 1941. Paul Bussey, District Officer,
) NOTICE is hereby given that the Hook'Cr' -'
I I certify that the above information I Corporation. Trustees of the Internal Improvement Point Fla.
ATLANTA Ga., Feb. 9--Machlnery Fund of the State of Florida will offer Sec. 102.09 Florida Statutes, 1941.
: making mustering-out pay- is tine and correct.Signature.. Gold emblems signifying 15 years for sale and receive competitive bids Registration books open at office of
for I 'of service were awarded to eight employees at Tallahassee, Florida Tuesday' March Supervisor of Registration, March 7th

trnents Ito eligible veterans has been .u ................................ ........ : O. A. Anderson H. A. 21st. 1944, at 12 o'clock NOON for the and which close registration April 15th. Hours during
states of the following: parcels of land .in HENDRY books in the sev
ill the i
set up seven r Bestor, W. E. Bolton, Dr. B. A. County, Florida: I I eral election districts and at tho office
Service Command and the of Supervisor of Registration from
When not available; officers will Bourne, S. L. Crochet, 1:.' C. Mills W'4 of Section 9:00 o'clock A. :M: to 12:00 o'clock M.,
respective offices are ready to receive furnish other evidenco of length and and A. 0 Ward of Clewiston and Section 21, Township 17 and 16 Sri South.of I I and from 2:00 o'clock P. M. to 5:00:
applications, it was announced I Range 32 o'clock P. M. each day except Sunday.
: termination of service. East, containing 640
United George Kingsley of :Azucar. acres. Sees. 102.09 and 102.17 Florida Statutes -
today Finance Office
al the 1941.
| Silver emblems signifying 10 NJ/6 of Section 19, Township 46
:States Army here.: Stars Conduct Initiationand [ years of service, went to H. C. Jones, 320 South Range 32 'East, containing 19th Given day under of my hand,, and seal this
Provisions are for the payment of acres. January A. D. 1914.
i O. A. Jones and C. J.,. Lovvorn all NE',4 of Township 46
$100 to discharged veterans with Installation Tuesday of Clewiston. South, Range t32nEast,. containing (SEAL) JOHN L, HALL,
less than 60 days active service; 160 'acres. Supervisor of Registration
I Bronze emblems, signifying 5 Sale of the above will be subject Hendrv: County: Florida. _
"those with active service of 60 days to : No. 6-Jan. 20. '27, Feb. 3
Mrs. Olin Waters of Clewiston years of service, were awarded to existing leases which expire in I 10.
"or ''more and with no foreign serviceare 1916. .
was initiated into the Order of the I Dr. W. L. Lott J. F. Morrison, and ----- 'f
entitled to, $200 payable in two Eastern Star at ceremonies conducted N V. S Mumford, all of Clewiston. This Notice is published In com-I SOUTH FLORIDA CONSERVANCY,
monthly installments of $100 and '" pliance with Sections 270.08 and, DISTRICT NOTICE OP ,
by the local chapter with Mrs. I Charles S. Mott, member of the Florida Statutes 1941," '" I I
60 days or J.\XDO"'XF.HS' :MEETINGNotice : :
Veterans with service of The Trustees
: reserve the right to
board of directors
Stella Pirkle worthy matron in presented
more and who have had foreign any and all bids.
will receive $300 in three charge, on Tuesday evening. lopes containing their bonus, enve-I Internal BY ORDER of the Trustees' of the Is hereby given that In accordance -:
service Mrs. Waters was presented a key men of the organization. Improvement Fund. with the provision of Chapter -
'Monthly inst llments. SPESSARD L. HOLLAND 20477, Laws of Florida, Acts of
discharged corsage by Mrs. Mary Etherton, a i Toastmaster' Kay briefly introduced Governor.. 1941 a-meeting of the owners of land
has '
A veteran
bouquet of five colors of flowers many of the visiting potables, j I II F. C.: within South Florida Conservancy
relieved'from active duty prior ELLIOT District will be held ,
or I II Tuesday
J tied with ribbons of colors emblematic I and called on .a few: to respond to j 'Secretary. :: : :March 14 1914, at 10:00 o'clock A. .M.:.
to; February; ?, 1944, must follow the to the chapter. A white I the introduction. All of these No. 49-Feb. 18, 25, March 3. 10, 17. j jOP I at the office of the said District, in
Billowing procedure: I' re-I the City of Belle Glade, County of
Eastern Star Bible was presented' sponses were brief and were made Palm Beach. State of Florida, for the
certificate of discharge I k
i' 1. Submit a her by the worthymatron and I!Wing Commander A. A. deGruyther. j I II X'rICI HF.aSTIL\TION purpose of electing one supervisor for _/
or service. To assure the South Florida Conservancy District,
worthy patron. I RAF, and -1\Iajor Benjamin J. Durham for
boos a term of three years and until his
certificate, the veteran Registration
return of this I Six officers who were absent during -I[ Jr., U. S. Army, commanding I/ election district Tuesday open, rebiunry In each 8. successor shall, be elected or appointed -
is cautioned to write his present and shall have qualified and for
regular installation ceremonies!, officers respectively of British and j and close :Monday, March 6. During the purpose transacting- such other
address on the certificate. this time the books will. be following -
,. in" :December were installed at this I[ American air cadets at Riddle Field; places: business as may come before said
Submit informal type of meeting..
j-j2. an meeting, Mrs. Pirkle acting as Installing I j: Ernest J. Smith general manager Precinct No One-Alston's Drug W M .TEFFR YES,
certified application on which is Store Parker '".
Scott I of Riddle I Wilson District Officer Secretary of South Florida
service officer Mrs. Florence I Field; Carl Hanton editor Clewfston Florida.
dated his and address Conservancy District.
name installing marshal and Mrs. Elsie of the Fort Myers News-Press; and Precinct No. Two-Jennings' Store, No. 51-Feb. 11, 18.
number or' file num-
number serial
Jordan, organist., E. E. Kelly mayor of Clewiston.I I
"foer that he was not discharged or ,
released; from active duty to accept Mrs Sara Fooutaiu and Mrs. Ola I Mr. Bitting's prizes, which 'were I IIllil IIIIIIIIIIIIII 1IIIIIIIIIIIIi V&IIIIIIIIII II I I II I I ; lIlIlllillll 1"lllilllllli ''rtrlllllllllllllll rt1I1IIIIIIIIIIII 0lITI!
: Sexton who: had birthdays in February awarded to a group of employees
employment without service outside'the _
were introduced by the conductress -J whose menu numbers corresponded Ot' _?
States that he is
; and presented gifts. j with those drawn by lot., were dis- y VDont :
'now serving on active duty; that
After ,the meeting Mrs. Rogers tributed as follows:

application has n-o't and will for not the make mustering-out-any other and Mrs. Wright served cake and Lyceum 17 Jewel wrist watch. _: rely on a i

.- coffee and a social hour was en- value $57.50, to Alton Jones of
payment; the State of which he wasa
joyed.., Azucar; canvas wardrobe case value
resident at the time of
Attending were fifteen members! $54 to W. A. Davis, Clewiston; : -?
'or ,enlistment and whether he has I
from Clewiston: Mr. and Mrs C. M. J Stephens Browning 12 guage shot- ;fW'Sh v
-had service.
foreign 'I Pirkle, Mrs. Naomi Rogers, Mrs. : gun value $50.00 to W. D. Wylie; f y
Offices have been set up by states I I Charlotte Walston, Mrs. Thelma custom tailored suit Stylecraft, value -' ::

and veterans in each of the seven Wright, Mrs. Daisy Yoder, Mrs.] $50.00 to O. A. Jones; $50.00war bone :!:

:southeastern states must mail their Jewel Lawrence, Mrs. Thelma Twid- savings bond to P. M. McIntyre y
applications to: Finance Office, U. dy, Mrs. Laura Vorhees, Mrs. Sally i ; $25.00 war savings bond to J. ,-- y--

S. Army in the following respective Townsend Mrs. Mary Etherton T. Paul; Sheaffer's lifetime fountain X V:

t "statesi Mrs. Bessie McLeod, Mrs. Dull, Mrs. ,j pen value $15.00 to R. Y. Patterson -: y:0
( Florida: P. O. Box 1559, Jacksonville ? -
Fountain, Mrs. Agnes Waters, and ; Rolls life-time razor, value

., Fla. Mrs. Esther Klutts, Mrs. Mollie Set-! $12.50 to W. C. Prewitt; 5 foot :_: ?v
The informal; application form tie., Mrs. Caroline Bales Mrs. Mary I bamboo rod and Heddon reel, value V

I r', which will not be printed by the Moore, Mrs. Maggie Smith, Mrs. $25.00 to Dr. B. A. Bourne: v v

Army, ,but which is authorized for Jordan and Mrs. Sexton. ,. Music for the evening 'was pro- _f,

I .' :publication; ; in newspapers, follows:' vided by Maurice Weiss' Miamians. iii v

f- Application for Mustering-Out Starch House I 1, iii't' v v

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I: enclose my' honorable discharge -'

tor certificate of service from the I I (Continued from Page '1k) I < A savings account, :f_

f -,...'........r.............. (Army, Navy, _;Ma'rine dug the vast expansion program up- (Continued from Page 1.) .0';.. MH NN1 with -, ,
s Corps or Coast Guard) and requesting on which the corporation is em-I to, Tampa for many, years. our, Insure d. +

: < the mustering-out payment barking.! His ,listeners applauded Shortlyiafter the first World' War :': :;:

c, '(authorized by law. intervals as he described the starchplant I he became interested in the muck- safety, will provide .:_ I
to be begun immediately i lands of the-Everglades
\ 'v f: was' not. discharged or released a definite, contribution to the war isj i the South particularly :: the ::
from active esrvice on my own re- on shore of Lake OkeeIchobee. t things you want: :1
effort, and other projects which the He learned ,
. ..' 'quest- to accept employment; or if I'' that an early'effort } ::: :' .
-- -was discharged or released to accept corporation has pioneered in order I i to develop a sugar industry I ,t. .+.'

"employment, I served outside the I I to provide a diversified program for had not been successful but he had I : t

the entire Everglades area. faith in its ultimate y
:United States since December C, I success.
i Mr. Bitting explained that he and His first of | y
\ I purchase was a tract
1941; I am not now serving on active y
duty in the armed forces of the ;''I his associates had conferred with I land which he paid for, with Liberty',, y

United States and have not ,made 'I goveinment officials and were pie-j bonds He named this tract Liberty
Sad will not make any other application -! paring to give employment as far as' Point and It bears that name today.

"mustering-out payment, i j I possible to discharged soldiers iuj|' He added to his holdings and established y
I(order to aid in providing jobs for a farm, which he operatedfor y
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(State! at the time of my ,induction j j i Following this speech F. S. Montague He was instrumental in obtain-j y1iM'J

-or enlistment. representing 'the Veterans I ing railway service to this section

Have you served outside the continental : Administration spoke to thE: guests I and later in securing a highway I

limits of theUnited States j[ and described the work being done I through it. He was, interested also b

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