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 25, 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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i Red Cross War Fund

:.*1 ] LABOR CAMP I I i I SUBSCRIPTIONS TO I I The Garden 1 --Club-made a dona DRIVE TO FILL ITS

tion of $5.00 to the Red Cross War I

-- AT LIBERTY POINT I 1 I I[ TWO HEALTH FUNDSAdditional "Fund. The campaign action, which was taken opens at March1st. the!\ QUOTA OF $3,000

: -- regular meeting yesterday afternoon _

r t'f> The establishment of a compara ro( I II receipts from the sale lat which Mrs. W. L. Lott presided. A determination to put Clewiston
1943 Christmas seals for theFlorida' Mrs E. F. Powers in chargeof
:, lively ,small group of war prisoners I was I "over the top" in the Red Cross Wai-

a at Liberty Point Plantation VillageIn Tuberculosis and Health the program and presented a prepared Fund Drive, .opening March 1st, is

Glades county holds promise of I S Association brings the total in Hen- I article on garden furnishingsand the motive behind the group ofI
being a satisfactory arrangementand I I'I I dry county to the very gratifyingsum : garden architecture. Mrs. Pow-I workers organizing under the leadership -

a partial solution of labor dif '! I of $290.25.: I". Deane Duff,' ; ers had prepared the paper from I of M. W Bigg, chairman and

: ficulties which the United States I I chairman, reports additional receipts -. various books, and articles and since Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, co-chairman.

::.. .. Sugar corporation, in common with since the newspaper list was I she used only ideas which were Clewiston's quota is $3,000, an

f : 'all farmers in the country have been I published, from W. C. Nail, $2.00; I adaptable to this section the program amount just twice the 1943 quota,
.' I Fred W. Davis, $2.00 Naomi Dull, was interesting and help-
'" experiencing in recent months. ( ; I very which was just twice the 1942 quota.
of $2.00;; E. L. Stewart,_ $2.00 and W. I ful. However '
:. A group of German prisoners I the need for Red 'Cross
, :). war, accompanied by a contingent !I'S. Bowdon, ,500. j INowling Mrs. Mumford, Mrs. Nielsen, Mrs. dollars has grown in that proportion -

American officers and enlisted carp Serving also as chairman for the and Mrs. Owen were hos"tesses \1 and has
of so Clewiston's
I ; army population -
I x I [ for the afternoon and served
;:: ,
men in charge arrived over drive for funds for the National j and pay-roll figures. It is

the week end and moved, into the I Carrol W. Redish, Aviation Radio-j I Foundation for Infantile Paralysis j refreshments to Mrs. J. E. Beards- anticipated that the quota will be

:',' quarters that had been previously I man, U. S. Navy, who was, awarded for Hendry 'county, Mr. Duff reportsj ley, Mrs. Charles Bolton, Mrs. raised in the early days of the cam
Brown, Mrs./F. Duff,
prepared for them by the sugar corporation. citation for heroism by Secretary )j Deane paign. In fact, theVol'kers havo
: \ a i re-ceived Mrs. W. D. King, Mrs..W. L. Lott,
hopes of
the first
jr Frank Knox. Redish, : among
of the Navy
;;7 i The housing provisions have been the son of Mr., and Mrs. L. C. Redish, j, benefit for this fund was given this i Mrs: C. M. Pirkle, Mrs. G. N. Pitzen, chapters to raise the quota assigned.

made as required by the War De- I' of Clewiston, risked his life to res-j I 1 year, but the public was requested I Mrs. E. F. Powers and 1\Irs.:1. K. 1|i The committee has requested that

partment and are in conformitywith cue a comrade after ,a plane crash I to mail donations to the chairman, Rogers. j I wives be prepared to make their own

the Geneva convention which I in the ,Pacific, on January 1, 1943. I who in turn remits them to national I contributions at home, and that

'. :outlines the treatment and provisions f! headquarters of the Foundation., husbands make their contributions
,., for handling prisoners of Subscriptions are reported as follows -!KIWANIANS SHOWN when solicited at their place of em-

.I war in the countries involved. I : Dave Alston $1.00, Eloise ployment. This will avoid duplications -

,. The war prisoners are now working CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP J.fI Bartman $1.00, Corrine Baker .50, FILMS OF SPORT II and confusion, and will assure

: and are operating the facilities,I' I I J. Paul Bartz .95, H. A. Bestor that everyone is solicited for'the
: f
II within their own camp-which 'MATCH WILL J $i.OO, C. O. :Benbow $2:00: C. H. i drive and' that they are solicited on-
means they are doing their' own 1: Berner $1.00, Ruth Beardsley $1.00, FISHING ON LAKE Ily once.

cooking, housework, serving, etc.- as jM. W. Bigg $1.00, Mrs. W. M.: Bigg 'I' Workers will make a house-to-

,' in any military camp. END TOURNAMENTCity $1.00, W. E. Bolton $1.00, K. Bowden I' house canvass of the town and also

Jay, W. Moran, general manager Cid.J $1.00, W. S. Bowdon $1.00, G. I R. V. Gaddis, of Schenectady, of the business places, in an effort

and vice-president of the U. S. Sugar H. Brown $1.00, F. E. Conkling New York, entertained Kiwanis I j to cover every person within a few

corporation, said this week "The Championship will be $1.00, E. M. Cornette $1.00, S. L. I members and a large' group of other II! days. The cause is among the most

dearth of farm labor here and in by the match to be played this week Crochet $1.00, Verda'' Cypher $1.00, interested'spectators' with a color i worthy to which anyone is privileged -

other parts of the country is fully end between McCracken" 'and Dur I F. D. Duff $3.00, Foy Durrence I film on nature study, with special to contribute, and as the. war

I attested to by the necessity for importing rence for winner in the first, or 1 $1.00, Ruth Enfinger $1.00, R. G. emphasis on fishing, Wednesday I tempo increases, more and more of
foreign workers from the George $1.00, Joe Griffin ,$1.00, H. the Clewiston boys abroad are receiving -
; championship flight of the tournament -J evening on the terrace at the Clewis-i I "
'I 'Bahamas, Jamaica and Mexico. Our which is ending this week. R. Hall $1.00, Lillian Hooks $1.00, I ton Inn. aid and supplies through the
!" government is considering the im- I I Red Cross, making the folks back
E. E. Leonard, pro at the course, Lee Hundertmark .50, Carl E. Gaddis is known as "Gad-About j jGaddis" !
: :, portation of even additional workers home very conscious of their debt to
I has,, found a great deal of interestin Johnson .47, O. A. Jones $1.00, Mrs f and is a representative ofi!
from other parts of the West Indies. the Red Cross organization.
I the tournament just closing and O. 'A. Jones $1.00, E. E. Kelly $1.00, the Shakespear ,tackle company. For -
r.t' Our need for labor here in our agricultural I The war fund drive opens March
; is arranging new events to followit Lillian Kinney $1.00, Bertha Kin- many years, Gaddis, himself an ,ex-
l operations has been j 1st, and workers will begin on that
pro-I I ,. beginning' next, week.In sey .50, W. D. King $1.00, A. H. pert fisherman, has travelled all
f\ portionate to that of other day to solicit everyone in Clewiston.
King $1.00, ;Dorothy 'Knight .25, W. sections of the country visiting the
: throughout the country. It was second flight, Davis plays I "We hope," said Mr. Bigg ,this week,
I 'H. Lanier $1.00, Mrs W. H. Lanier best, fishing grounds and making
Holoubek 'flight Schroeder
f' suggested by state and federal I ; third I "that those persons who gave ono
: $1.00, Josephine, Langdon ,.10, Emily sport films. -
plays Mancuso and in fourth flight,
: agencies who handle the farm laborprogran. I dollar for the family in previous
: ,,", J i 1Dunt- LaFlower $1.00, OttorLarsen $1.00, J 'The film which l1e-'showed Kiwau-i
: .- that ,prisoners -of :war besupplied playsMcLendon;- yea'rs will give three ..this :year. It'sa
r' to us to supplement our The next,event will be "a man and"I M Continued on Page ,4) | ians and other guests Wednesdnj} "gift -to the boys aigirls'to; : the '
labor, supply from foreign sources. lady, two ball,, mixed foursome, to --"----- included' many which were taken on armed forces, for the Red Cross is

e:. "In view 'of the fact that the use 1 be played Sunday, March 5, I "Mack" McCall In II Lake Okeechobee which is 'classed right in there with them wherever

f of, these prisoners does not deprive Hole in One among the world's best bass fishing they are sent, and is doing', things to

any: of our own citizens of One of the thrills of a life-time Race for Sheriff : grounds. Mr. Gaddis is specially help them that no other agency on:

r meat, and that we still need emPloY-I came to Bob Ruet on the course recently -I ( interested in bird life and his, film earth can do. It deserves the best ,
I showed many pictures rare birds, '
f greater supply of labor when he made a hole in we can give it. )
one i' H. H. McCall, better known as"Mack" .some of them varieties seen in the ,
be obtained from domestic other -
f or I It' on number 6, playing with, 'Phil Mc- I I -- "
McCall, makes announce- Lake section.Mr. .
arrangeI I
sources, we entered into .
Cracken. The shot made while ,:
was ment elsewhere in this edition of Gaddis showed fishing scenes
: (Continued on rage 8) Ruet was playing "under pressure." I I ONLY ONE DAY LEFT
the News that he is a candidate at Key West, Shark Island and Lake: ;
-------- Ruet was three down in the match
for sheriff of Hendry county, sub- Okeechobee in this section, covering
,.; Baptists to Have All Day at-the end of the 14th hole, when ject to the primary election: in May. several varieties of fishing, tarpon. I
he stepped up and made the holeinone. I COUNTY LAGS IN
Mr. McCall has been a resident of snook, bass and other.' One reel was
., Study Meeting Tuesday Even after that shot, his opponent Hendry county for the past ten I I devoted to Ross Allen's rattlesnake)

', -- came back with a birdie on he 'i! hunts, and another showed pheasant
nine of which time
the ICth and Ruet lost the match, years, years BUYING 'E' BONDSWith
All members of the Womans Missionary three down.. has served as chief deputy sheriffof hunting in New York: state.'

Society the Baptist Church', __ I the county. He has had twenty- Guests of the club Wednesdaywere
are invited to the all day study II Dr. L .P. Reimer and his son
;', ses-I I five years experience as a law en- only one more day (Saturday ,
,, sion at the home of Mrs. H. C, forcement officer, dating back to Lt. D. H. Reimer, U. .S. Marino
.. Meador, Tuesday, February 29th. BILL MADDOX ASKS his return from France as a veteranof 1 Corps, who assisted Mr. Gaddis, A. J ) in which "E" bond purchasesmay
included War
The book, Christianity, our Citadel, I World War I. To aid him in. his W. Sias, W. A. Davis, jr., and 'V. be in the Fourth

will be the topic for discussions. A law enforcement work he took up P. Walker.ISO Bond Campaign,' C. V. Parkinsonsaid
ANOTHER TERM today that Hendry county is
; covered dish luncheon will be served fingerprinting, and graduated from
;" about $15,000 short of raising its
; ,;:, r at noon. the Institute of Applied Science. He GIRLS IN TROOP quota. This is about 20 percent
,: Circle Meetings is in the World's Directory -
f registered
AS SHERIFFBill i short of the goal set for the county.
; The Kathleen Mallory Circle met of the Institute. While servingas
The fourth bond campaign
1-, Tuesday afternoon 'at the home of deputy sheriff of Hendry county, FOR INTERMEDIATE ended officially Tuesday and has {
Mrs. Fred Sikes. An interesting he had charge of and kept the rec-
Maddox filed announcement been closed in all types of bonds I
program was presented by Mrs. ords of the sheriff's office.In .

Sikes, Mrs. Ben Bolton and Mrs. Joe today that he is a candidate for reelection asking for the approval of the I'SCOUT PATROLS held except open"E"urilil bonds this which week are in an being ef- '

Elder. The group's' community mis- to the office-. of sheriff, ofi I citizens of Hendry ,county, Mr. Mc- I fort 'to raise the $75,200 set for the

sion work for March will be placing I Hendry county, subject to the democratic i! Call said,- "If elected, I will conduct county. ,
flowers"in the church for all services. !;' of I The organization of an Intermediate --
the office of sheriff Hendry coun-
primary in done
I :, May. Other types of bonds have
Mrs. Sikes served refreshments in efficient, economical and Troop of Girl Scouts in
In his brief I ty an well in the in this drive, ,although .
after Mrs announcement which county
r the business to
meeting business-like manner to the best in- 1 Clewiston was completed this week, :
E. F. Philllppi, Mrs. W. A. Mont- II appears elsewhere in this edition ofj i' terests ,of all. I' after many'weeks of diligent workI Mr. Parkinson did not re- '

gomery, Mrs. Ben Bolton, Mrs. Jack the News, Sheriff Maddox said "I ---- I I on the part of an interested committee lease any definite figures on theirsales. ,.1: '
"I am still hopeful that our
Himrod, Mrs. Joe Elder and one have tried to conduct the office in aj | of sponsors. Fifty girls responded ,
visitor' manner to justify another term and i (I to the invitation to meet at theI people here will stretch ]
purchases, just a little*
I will appreciate your vote and sup- I school building Wednesday after- complete our "E" quota.,.
The Lorraine Tilford Circle of the i port." i ii noon with Mrs. G. N. Pitzen, chairman -
will really have, :
Baptist Church met at the home 'of i Sheriff Maddox is a native of I I of the sponsoring' committee, can bo proud."

Mrs. Marvin Altman with Mrs. 0. A. I I Hardee county. He came to this Miss Laura Bailey, troop leader, andI we
Next week, the complete figuresfor
Anderson, hostess Leon others.
and Mrs section 19 years ago and has lived I
Bembry, chairman, in charge of the here ever since. He is a farmer and The Intermediate group contains the drive will be available.
meeting. Mrs.: Anderson I 'girls 14, who were
and Mrs. land owner and carries on extensive ages 10 through
z H. C. Meador led the devotionals. farming interests in divided into three patrols at Wed- ATTENDS 1'REACIIiNCRev.
Hendry county
' 'S Mrs. Floyd Andrews gave an inter- 'I principally at Felda. j nesday's meeting; the patrols being ._-

;, ft esting talk on "Make your offering Sheriff-Maddox is 35 and was the I II chosen according to ages of the H. C. Meador

according 'to your salary" Mrs I youngest sheriff elected to office in I V t. ugbrJ girls. Each patrol ''is to meet withan days in West Palma n

Meador gave a talk, and Mollie's the 1940 primary. Being just 35, assistant troop leader and from revival, conduct
,: .; : Valentine Girls and Mrs. choosing its I
A H. Ivlng I Sheriff Maddox said he may be call- its own organization j Baptist preachers
t '
-;', brought the current events. Mrs. J. i ed for military service.: However, leaders and other officers. large number of 1"
D. Rogers was elected literature : The sponsoring committee consisting dIstrict.
jhe added "In the event I am inI -
chairman.Mrs. I I ducted into the army I will leave it of Mrs. Pitzen- chairman, Rev. 1\ 1

; E. M. Cornette gave the sec- up to the people of Hendry county Mrs M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. Carl Berner 1 inspiro tare
f letary's report. The circle decided and the Governor to supply some and Mrs C. E. Miner, met at 1Irs.i -;;

to make two kits for Russian. relief one to serve during my absence." Miner's home Monday evening and 1

this month. Before becoming sheriff Maddox Ay'p completed plans for beginning the I ;

Cookies and Inks-were served. served one term as county judge. He Scout work.
Others 3'G 2n ,r> Mrs. John Donnelly, Mrs. Sidney
attending were Mrs V C. ran for sheriff in the next ((1940) V
Woodward, Mrs Eubanks, Mis. C. I election. Crochet, Mrs Miner and Mrs. Pitzei";

R. Krueger, Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, I have agreed to assist the Troo;

Mrs R. L. Tanner, Mrs. Fred Topper j in World War II, to date, more E7 1 Leader in the organization.After 1 s1.jj..S
(,. Mrs Winifred Serson and Mrs. I than 20 billions of dollars worth of the work of the Intermef

. : Henry Ezelle. The circle extends a j lend-lease material has passed ale Troop is underway, the spons
f cordial invitation to all to attend through American ports under Coast H. H. (Mack) McCall Enters Race I plan to organize the Brownie

F f their services. I'!Guard protection for Sheriff i younger Scout group. .


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(\ Gems of Thought Ia, BLACK b'I The Lowly WormA

worm leads a lowly life, butt
TO MAKE mistakes as we 1 t 71n SOMBRERO is not such a simple creatureas *S.

are on the way to knowledgeis r I most folks believe. The typical
far more honorable than to :
them through e by KNIGHT N WM U. earthworm has a slender tubular
escape staviCE.EIs body, with the front part rounded -
having set out to seek
Richard Trench. Chatfleid. Hollywood artist It cutoff from his pillow. "Sit down, won't timations that the authorities are and the rear section tapered.
from the will of her Aunt Kitty, who you?" not satisfied; with the official find The earthworm has no eyes, but
Trust no future, houe'er pleasant! died from an overdose of morphine. told him ings. I discover that determines its course by feeling.
"We'll not stay Rogers among you
dead! ,
Let the dead bury its
past amateur detective, and Hunt
Barry, an there two who Lacking feet, it moves by
are along
going to the bedside and looking are actively prosecuting -
Present up
Act,-act in the liiinx Rogers, a professional sleuth, go to Max-
Heart within and God o'erhead.LONGFELLOW atlan, Mexico, on a cruise with Margaretand 'down upon the bandaged occupant. an inquiry into the circumstances means of four double rows of

Dwight Nichols. Arriving there they "Can we get you anything? Do any surrounding Katherine's bristles beneath its body.In .

i No people were ever better find that Elsa and her party had pre. service for you, Chesebro?." death.'Since. winter it burrows beyond the

than their laws-though many ceded them by plane. They dine at the "Thank you, no. I'm all right. '' all of us here"-he looked reach of 'frost and during warm
'' rancho of Elsa'i father, Sam Chatfield, around the months to a depth of as much as,
4 t., have been worse. Joseph I'll be up and about in a few days. room-"Elsa will be here
whom Rogers questions about his visit to two; feet. In its diggings it swallows
I I- Priesty. He rested a moment before he con- shortly-knew her or had some deal.
his sister, Kitty, on the night she died. the soil but
r Knowledge is the only fountain Later Elsa Is seen by Barry and Rogers tinued. "They are very kind tome ings, or association of some sort, digests only

t ..' both of the love and the evidently eying for her life on horseback. both Sam and Senora Chat- with her, I shall ask Mr. Rogersto organic matter. As a result ofworms' "
principles of human liberty.- Suddenly she dismounts and James field. I couldn't ask more devoted, conduct an examination. I want burrowings, the soil is
=" Daniel Webster. Chesebro, a mine owner, reins up. Elsa thoughtful attention." him, and through him the authori- made porous and permeable to
:+ strikes him across the face with her I ties in California, to be satisfied. rain and air. i
"Oh, I'm sure you're well cared ? 1
quirt, again and &raln.CHAPTER. Neither Berta
nor I have been avail-'
for, I said. "It was a- I startedto
j- able for questioning hitherto and I
something of the beating
4 "I I WAS CONSTIPATED VII Elsa had given him, but paused, hope Mr. Rogers will not feel constrained -

afraid to irritate his sensibilities. because we 'are his hosts,

But Elsa not through with in questioning us. Of course, Mr. NONE
was Chesebro waited moment for
i FOR MANY YEARS him. A moment later when her me to go on, then said: "I don't Chesebro at'present cannot in be with us, and is URE
no condition to ,,
horse dropped to all four feet, she blame Elsa. I blame only myselffor

Now I'm ''Regular Every came within striking distance, and having underestimated Elsa's be questioning done later, but that, perhaps, can ... 36 TABLETS 20< 100 TABLETS 3se ..
cut if it has not already
again the quirt lashed out to WORLDS
Morning!1" capabilities. been done." ,,
Chesebro, ,across the shoulders this "Elsa is," began Rogers, a half-
time. Chesebro was too dignified to humorous note in his voice, "sur "Thank you, Mr. Chatfield. It is
Constipated? Then here's an un- run from her; an upraised arm to prisingly full of capabilities." indeed a surprise. I had been hop Whistler's Painting Rejected

solicited Td been letter troubled you'll with want common to read consti: fend off the lightninglike quirt was "Yes," said Chesebro, matter-of- ing soon to suggest that something Whistler's famous "Portrait ,of

potion for xnnny years. Was taking laxatives his only defense. factly, "that's true. But she didn't like this be arranged. I'm sure that the Artist's Mother" was at first
and pills all the time and feeling Mr. Madison will be grateful for this! rejected for exhibit at the Royal
from known thatI
very weak and run down. 3 months ago I "Elsa! I shouted, starting know; she couldn't have
,. began eating KELLOGG'S ALLBRANdaily. our place beside the oxcart. "Elsa!" was experiencing a little trouble opportunity, now that the matter is, Academy in England and remained
Now. I have a regular, natural so to speak, out in the Of unsold for 20 there-
,... movement every morning, which helps me But she didn't hear me. Chesebro with my heart-and'I shouldn't have open. years
;. feel my best l 1" Jlr. Samuel D. Blank, 292 was now rolling along the ground, done what I did. You find me course, he hesitated, looking in- after.
-' Kings Highway Brooklyn New York. but un- Elsa I'm tently at Sam Chatfield, "there is ..
alive to his danger as yet very contrite, gentlemen. ,
What is this seeming magic in the death
able to the lashing whip. will when she of your sister-or, for
Scien- escape sure, forgive me
.1. KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN? that. ,
matter in
the death
tists say it's because KELLOGG'S "Elsa! Stop it! Stop it!" I shouted comes in to see me, as I've been else set, of anyone Relief Last
-a of facts. We At
oZ. ALL-BRAN can really "get at" moving rapidly down upon her, promised later on she will do." certain just what those facts ere un-
of constipation We said night and withdrew are.
: .' a common cause Rogers at my heels. The
: namely, lack of sufficient from the huge, dimly lighted roomy attorney's office doubts
: "cellulosic" elements in the diet. The rigid arm relaxed, the, quirt the validity of what purports to be ForYourCoughCreomu1sion

_ ::'J. KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN is one slowly fell from her nerveless fin- facts in the Katherine Chatfield case.

of Nature's most effective sources gers, the quirt which later was to There was a stir in the doorwayand
,'' these elements which tho vital In tragic relieves promptly because
of help play so a part our Elsa
entered the room, pausingon it goes right to the seat of the
colonic flora fluff
friendly up story. the threshold to survey us as we trouble to help loosen and expel
f'. and prepare the colonic wastes The rage that had stirred Elsa to sat listening solemn-faced and stiffly germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
t easy, soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed -
'. KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN is not a frenzy melted quickly away. Rog- as if to .a schoolmaster, while' bronchial mucous mem-

.- a purgative! Doesn't work by ers released her and went to help Rogers talked. She was always love branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa

\.:' sweeping out." It's a gentle-act- Chesebro to his feet. Suddenly Elsa ,ly; her ,hair of an almost golden bottle of Creomulsion with the,understanding -

t ing, "regulating" food! turned into my, arms, soft and yielding sheen, the level gray eyes, the firm, you must like the way it

t'. ., If you have constipation of this trembling weakly. erect carriage which was emphasized to quickly have allays your money the cough back.CREOMULSION or. you are ;

:. type, eat KELLOGG'S ALL- Chesebro was put gently to bed in tonight by the costume she

:. BRAN or several ALL-BRAN an enormous room furnished in an- wore. She was dressed as a China i
muffins regularly. Drink plenty of cient black walnut; the high ceiling Poblana.. for Coughs,Chest Colds Bronchitis
See if
;.' water. you don't fmd-lasting (
I" relief! Insist on genuine ALL- and the great length and breadthof I "Am I interrupting?" she asked

BRAN, made only by Kellogg's in the room gave me the feeling al- from the threshold."No Large Islands

Battle Creek. .. most of being in a cathedral.In y dear; come in," said her
.. There are six islands in the
an incredibly ,short time, con- father. "We were expecting you to
world each larger in area than
sidering that this was Mexico, the join us." He made a place for he
Great Britain.
doctor arrived.I at his side.A .
t. SS 1-k-

,< MOROUNE/ went into town with the doctor VIJr. faint smile flitted across her .
/tND face at- the sight of Reed Barton. ..
r?, when he left that'early afternoon.As ,
: WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY I explained to Huntoon ,Rogers, and she nodded to him; slightly A. VEGETABLE

it was best that someone of us aloof now, this person, who so ardently -

5.:. Literate Chinese sought out Reed Barton, to tell him s had hoped that Reed would Laxative'
of what had happened. come like a caballero and sing love For Headache
than ,
'_ Since 1930; more 46,000,000
I -- songs to her on the deck of the Ori
adult Chinese have taught them- "You're coming out again, of zaba. 1 ui i10' Sour
: selves to read and write by study- course, for the evening?" Rogers inquired Dizzy
, "I presume there is little need to ,ji Spells when
, ing basic Chinese, whose 1,000 do so, but perhaps it, is best to remind caused by Con
characters, chosen from the 25,000 "Yes. I wouldn't miss a fiesta. I : you all that Katherine Chat ; stipation. Use

I,, in current use, can be learned in don't suppose Chesebro's conditionwill ;'/ field died of an ,overdose of morphine i only as directed.
96 hours. make any difference in their ." 15 doses foe

plans." w At Rogers' words, Elsa, who had only 10 cents.
,I "I think not." just st down, lifted her head high, 1

I II I George Rumble, lingering in the her nostrils opening wider as if she )

shade of a clump of bananas, cameto sniffed danger. 1 1 ....

life. i "Thf overdose probably was muchin

"I believe I'll go along with you. ,,. 't exciss," continued Rogers easily,

All right is it Doc?" he asked of "of what she was accustomed to
Grove'Cold Tablet are a real medJ- Nose Must DrainTo
take. In the circumstances two
cine!They're like a doctor's prescription Doctor Cruz. only
-that Is, a multiple medicine. conclusions are possible. Either she Relieve Head Colds
"You bet, responded the Mexi- She had mad with hatred of
With prompt, decisive action, they gone administered the overdose herself,
work on all these usual cold eymp- can physician. And so we rode into him. When head colds strike help IA1serlesj
toms...relieve headache-ease body town in which case it was suicide. Or, dear the way for
with Kondon's Nasal (
ache*-reduce fever-relieve nasal where dark shadows in the far cor- it was given to her by someone desiring acts quickly to open clogged passages: soothe
tuQlness. This U real relief when Doctor Cruz dropped me a few ners could have concealed a host her death, either forcibly, or inflamed irritated tissue reduce swelling.Amazingly -
Buffering the common distresses of a minutes later in a side street where simple. At all druggists. Used for over 53
the of
by some preliminary
cold. Take Grove's Cold Tablets exactly of evil spirits. anesthetic years Satisfaction or money back is guaranteed.
as directed. Rest-avoid expo. over a doorway let into a glaring There was an odd, constrained silence administered quickly before Ask your druggist for lONDON'S NASAL JELLY today.

s. sure.your druggist Get Grove's today.Cold Tablets from white wall was a'sign bearing Chesebro's when we entered the living she wAs aware of her dangersuchas '
Save Monty Gcr Large Economy Slit name. room, a slight hush of expectancyand chloroform. In which latter case,

Reed Barton sat with his feet a stiffening of the occupants in of course, it is murder. SKIN IRRITATIONS EXTERNAL CAUSE OP .,.

upon the top of his desk, smoking a the chairs. Dwight and Margarethad "Mr. Chatfield quite recently told

cigarette, and gazing dreamily out arrived. Rumble was there, Barry Madison and me that both! Acne, simple pimples eczema,tetter, factory, salt dermatitis rheum-,
into a small patio where a fountain having 'come out with me from he and Mrs. Chatfield were spend bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken-

dripped and a ruby throated humming town. Sam and Berta were sitting ing the night at the house the night out skin. Millions relieve itching, burn-

bird was busy among the flow with them. Elsa had not yet made his sister died. Elsa, of course, ing and soreness of these miseries with
Goes work
to at
simple home treatment.
Stars in Si/tt ers. her appearance, and Reed Barton was there. Some time ago Reed once. Aids healing, works the antiseptio

," There are 1ately 6,000 "Hello, old man," I said. came in a moment or two afterwe Barton informed me that, in the nature way. Us Black and White Ointment onlyas

stars visible to approx.the human J eye. Reed took his feet from the desk, entered. He was dressed picturesquely of his work for Mr. Chesebro, directed.Money-back lOc 25c 50c guarantee.sizes. 25 years'Vitalin

got slowly from his chair and 'as a charro, the Mexican he ran many personal errands for success.cleansing is good eoap. Enjoy famous

dropped his cigarette into an ash cowboy, and evidently was deter- him, and that on this particular eve- Black and White Skin Soap daily.Recommended.

tray.. He held out his hand."I mined to have a part in the evening's ning ht had been instructed to de-
MAiiC PAIN liver book 'to her.
dropped in just now to tell you festivities. He wore a shoot 9

Spoil your Day-Get after It Now some news." leather jacket, a soft red tie, long "And I have just discovered in 4 M {

put off getting C-2223 to re- "What news?" leather pantaloons as tight as he talking with George Rumble that he
_.jve pain of muscular rheumatismand could 'sit down in, bespangled with had been; engaged to do some pub
"I thought 'ought to know
other rheumatic pains. Caution: you '
silver buttons and chains.I licity work for Miss Chatfield, and 1tt:;, +Cl,n"'jt
it. Chesebro's
Use only as directed. First bottle about had a heart
purchase price back if not satisfied. attack. The doctor has put him to I detected a look of disappointment that on the evening of her death he

60c and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223. bed out at Sam Chatfield's." in his face as he glanced was present in the house for a.short 1 1
I around the room and did not find time, that the two argued, and 1 1

"It really doesn't matter, Barry," Elsa. Berta, dressed in black velvet that he left threatening to 'sue her
he declared. "Chesebro and I are for his money.
and heavily rouged, coquettishly -
through. We're quits. He's kickedme made a place for him beside "Dwight," Rogers said, with a

out of his organization. I've herself, and indicated her husband smile, "so far as I know, you and 4. '

been sitting here resting, a bit after with her fan, as if he were only Margaret are the only ones here,

q.y, :pia f getting" my stuff together, and think- waiting for the attention of all be- excepting Barry Madison and my- by ManyDOCTORS

ing. fore saying something."I self, who have not been shown to
"You mean you're fired?" _" have Yuen present that night. How
he began hesitantly. "I am
( ..
E "Yes. tir i
suggesting something for this particular about ..t? Are you keeping some-
I "Why-what?" time-it is still earlywhichhas thing to yourself?" } *
"Elsa, of course. The man is e
nothing whatever to do with the Dwight Nichols shifted his crossed :
mad, Barry. About her." evening's festivities. They will fol legs and tapped the ash from the tip ,, Helps tone up adult

That at the rancho is of his cigarette."I .
evening one low. It will come as a surprise, I systems helps
'. that none of us who was present know; it will seem out of place, believe I told you a long time

; ;:Ti, {: will ever forget, an evening not of perhaps, to some of you. But it is ago, Hunt, that I might be accusedof : children build sound

full fiesta, but of gay and typical something that seems to be neces hav'ng a motive in Kitty Chat teeth, strong bones.u .

dances, the zapateados, an evening sary." field's .laying-if: that's what it was.I .

ended so tragically. Sam Chatfield was now well profited to the extent of a couple

Chesebro was lying motionless in launched upon his little speech; of hundred thousand dollars at her ,. ':I. Ag IfIGIis

d. Because of the painful injuries there was earnestness upon his face, death, because of some property

jlicted( by the lash of Elsa's whip, in his manner. "You all know, of owned in joint tenancy. But there it 1

id not turn his head when we course, of the death of my sister, ends. I didn't happen to be at the

into the room, merely inquiredwho Katherine, in California, now more house at any time that evening she

we were. than a year ago. At odd times since died." H. 0

glad you came in," he said that occurrence there have been in- (TO BE CONTINUED:


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H I Girl Harvesters Save the Syrup I Pretty Hard ? AS I( MEA quiz with answers offering ?

Old Eli and his wife, Jenny, had information on various subjects ??
enjoyed bickering for over 40 I NfrH R .
! "Women who nave displayed such amazing versatility' years. But at last Jenny seemed to .-.-.-.-.-.-.- (\.oC\.o C"-C\.oC\.o\.o
r':. / during this war have pinch-hit for men with customary be really annoyed. For a week she C"-\.o\.oC"-C\.o\.oC\.oC\.oC\.oC\.o\.oC"-
' I efficiency in the maple sugar industry. A typical example had been harping about Eli drink The Questions' The Answers

. : was the work of coeds from the University of New Hamp ing his coffee from his saucer. 1. Are the redwood trees of California 1. The junipers of the Sierra
. I shire who gathered sap on the farm of Samuel Smith in Finally, at supper one night she the oldest in the world? Nevadas are still older.

I Gilford.- .,N.: H. < Farmer:.Smith and__his clan. of 9_children delivered" her ultimatum."Eli 2. What is the largest city in 2. Montreal, 50 square miles.
( and 13 grandchildren Iormed she said with dignity, "ef' Canada? 3. But 55, with 35 flying officers.
the nucleus of the coed army you don't stop a-drinkin your coffee 3. At the beginning of World 4. Samuel Coleridge.
out'n your saucer, I'm agoin't' War I, how airplanes did
[ .which harvested from many 5. When subs come in from a
sap leave that's all!
our armed forces have? I
patrol they broom indicate
[ hundreds of maple trees. It carry a to
Old Eli's jaw dropped. He looked 4. Who wrote: "He prayeth best a clean sweep of the area.
[ takes 40 gallons of sap to at her, then surveyed his saucer who loveth. best all things both' 6. No. He was a legendary per
[ make one gallon! of syrup. of coffee in sorrow. He pushed great and small"? son of the Middle ages. One story
i New Hampshire was .the away the saucer and spoke with 5. When a broom is carried atop is that he insulted Christ as He
i sixth ranking state in production a note of longing in his voice. a submarine, what does it mean? bore His cross to Calvary, and
of maple syrup. These "Jenny," he said, "I'm a-goin' t' 6. Was there such a person as Christ told him that he must remain
l photos show the harvesters miss you, gal." the Wandering Jew? until He should come again.


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You breathe freer almost
instantly as lust
2 drops Penetro Nose
Drops open your cold-
clogged nose to give
your head cold air.
Caution: Use only as
directed. 25c.2%times
aa much for EOc. Get
Penetro Nose Drops

name and address and the pattern num

to an unusually large demand and
current war conditions, slightly more time
is required in filling orders for a few of .'
I the most popular pattern numbers.
Send your order to:
Oxen are still used to haul sap tanks on sleds at the Smith farm. 530 South Wells St. Chicago.

I! Ifl the background are some members of the Smith family with a

I: few of the college girls who helped collect the sweet liqJlid.t .
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it Smith shows Dorothy 'Keefe This is.how:the bucket hangs

: t. how to tap. He bores a hole that, under spiles. It is held by hooks -

{". holds a pile through which sap Hundreds of containers are hung A HANDSOME, inexpensive, capacio'us \
'. runs into a bucket. by the gatherers. knitting bag made of
, .. .,' 'W%\ \ t(41
. f',: burgundy and turquoise mercerized ..5{( : ;
: ht::; : ,
:<; a.1)i
cotton thread-it.will hold all f : '<\i,. {:)( >':""'''' SDRETONE

your knitting and can double as a .;; ."
-Ir shopping bag! Crochet it all in
one piece-the bag measures 17 HOW LOW, discouraged,they can soothes last with
make you feel-those nagging muscle
11 inches attach it to two
1('.' wooden by rods--sew on the handles you aches.get the In benefit Soretone of methyl Liniment salicylate C 0 LD H E A *

: : and the bag is finished and ready a most effective pain.reliev.ing.agcnt..AndSoretone's K
i for use! cold heataction
brings you fast, so-o-o-thing ACTI 0 N ',:
. \I' relief.Soretone Liniment acts to:-
To obtain complete crocheting Instructions
; for the Striped Knitting Bag (Pat 1. Dilate surf ace capillary blood in com of
\ vessels.
\ 2. Check muscular
When you hear a Marine called OR BACKACHE
a "Leatherneck," it has nothing to 3. Enhance local circulation.J duo.to UtlQuo or exposureMUSCULAR
do with the epidermis of his neck. 4. Help reduce local swelling.
: Years ago the Marine uniform was PAINS
equipped with a high stiff leather For fastest action, let dry, rub in duo to cold
\ collar. From that time on, "Leath ?g in.The e's only one Soretone SORE MUSCLES
insist on it for Soretone results.
erneck" has been the word for a
50*.A due to overwork
word for his favorite big bottle, only $1.
: Top: Sap, as it comes' Marine. The
from the trees, is crystal cigarette is "Camel"""': the favorite MINOR SPRAINS
clear. cigarette also of men in the Army,
Top right: Three
and Coast Guard. (Based
Navy, ,
I'. coeds pour their contributions )
on actual sales records from service
: .. into the sap gathering -' i men's stores.) And though IF: SORETbNE'DOESN'.T SATISFY *Though applied cold. rub -
tank. When the tank Office faclent Ingredient In Sore-
j there are Post tone act like beat to Increaia
is filled, the fluid is boiled on packages to overseas Army the aupcrSclal tupply of
'and blood I to the area and indue*
'.6 down to evaporate all but I men, you can still send Camels makes it9' t glowing feme of warmth.

.. the syrup. Right: A full,, to soldiers in the U. S., and to men
r tank reaches the in, the Navy, Marines, and Coast I
sugar i I Bonds and War 11j
Guard wherever they are.-Adv. -Buy War Savings Stamps
[ house and its contents are !
f. strained through cloth as !

the sap goes to the sugar i
ing house. Below: A "sugaring :

r off party. Youths I
'f. sample syrup cooked into I

Jt a soft ball.

& / :'h.d ..: ,.J'.

1 I

So thai our soldiers, sailors, and marines
everywhere can get their Camels fresh-

cool smoking and slow burning, the way they
like 'em Camels are packed to go round the
... .
world,to seal in that famous Camel flavor and

mildness anywhere. The Camel pack keeps : r.t\

your Camels fresh, too preserving for you
the full flavor of Camel's costlier tobaccos. I :




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: eir rap :

WITH Me! 1:

With men in the Army,Navy,Marine Corps,and Coast Guard, ,"
J:' the favorite cigarette is CameL(Based on actual sales recordst .)
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\ The Clewiston News '.....!...................'....................................;.....................-................. chosen at least line they of feel work.useful in their I I Report:_ Made ,On- .50 C. ,Prewitt V. A. Reames$1.00, Robert$1.00 I., Rainey L. C..

I '* I II Rosenberg $1.00, Ruby Sanders .25,.

Published Clewiston. I .1 John H. Pullen, son of Mr. and r rI (Continued from rage 1) Norma Sheely .25, Fred C. Sikes

Florida, by every the Friday CLEWISTON In NEWS, I Mrs. Don Pullen, Is an aviation cadet W< L. Lott $2.00, C. J. Lovvorn $1.00' Arch Simmons\ $1.00: Mis S. .
1 Tnc. I With and has been sent from Maxwell $1:00: C. E. lIine$1.00., Laura P. Slonaker $1.00, G. H. Small '\'

Field, Alabama, where he took preflight MIzelle .50, Mary Markette $1.00. $1.00, Frank Speck.75, Letha Stacey
Entered as second cUss mall matter I work to the 59th Army Air J.. A. McGehee $1.00, Jay W Moran .50, E. 1.. Stewart $1.00, S. K-

February 1, 1927, at the Post office In II I Our Forces Flying Training Detachment $3:00, Evadene Moree .50,. \ Swayne $1.00, M. A. Thomas $1.00,.
1 1'Crewiston:< Florida. under the Act of Boys I I at Helena, Arkansas. At this field B. E. Nail $5.00, Rosemary Nock-: Mrs M. A. Thomas $1.00 H.; C.
March 3, 1897.SlIbllcrlpUon
I he is taking primary flight training old .50, II. J. Oglesby $1.00W. C. I Thompson $1.00, A. Touhs $1.00,

I to become' a pilot. Owen $1.00, Ruth B. Owens $1.00, B. T. Voihees $1.00, Mildred Waul
JUitc-S2.-.0 Per Year + In theService I -;:; Charles B'. Owens $1.00, Lee Par- $2.00, George Weaver $1.00, Renee

Advertising? Rate On Application. I r I To Double ker, Jr. $2.00, M. A. Pace $1.00, C, Wethington .50, Il. A.: Westmore
: I V. Parkinson- $1.00, It. Y., Patterson land $5.00, A. J. Win .50, Laurene

I For Ration Tokens $1.00, C M. Pickle $1.00; E. J. North .50, V C. Woodward 1.00,
; Devoted to the advancement ,and welfare .; 1 Powers $L00, Lois Prince .50, W J. L. Wood $1.00
: of. Clewiston and Hendry; County. I

-- -- The new red and blue, ration
I tokens are scheduled by the OPA to

1 go into use Saturday, and will afterwards -
'I j NATIONAL EDITORIAL M:" '" ":": :":" : : ':" :" be good for all rationed foods. WHEN YOUR BOYS AND
:: : I .
I the
SSOCIATION John N, Montgomery former During the first three weeks
I token plan is in operation, one- I
minister of the local Community
1 i
.. ( point green stamps as well as the
.1 the
: Church and now a chaplain in I MINE COME HOMEWILL
: Navy, is with the Sea-Bees at Davis- blue token will be given as change i j ,
1 i vine, R. I. Mr. Montgomery sent us ''in processed food sales. One-point

GROWTH IX THE GLADES I a copy of "Blow Torch," a small I brown stamps for meats, fats and I' A JOB BE READY ? -.
_.._ 1 magazine-type paper published by oils are being used in this manner
the battalion other week. As and the policy will be continued
Motorists who drove over to every j i, Sen. Ernest R. Graham's agricultural pro
I chaplain he is editor of the paper. during the changeover to the .
Clewiston a week or so ago didn'tnote The battalion to which he has been [plan gram will create jobs on the farm and

anything unusual in the sky- assigned. has seen service in the Pa- 'I The Office of Price Administration / ', ..e in the city for 150,000! It isn't theory.

line long dominated by the tall sugar I cific, and has returned from Island said the arrangement was a This' successful farmer-businessman has

mill smokestack. But those who \IX. While on the island a paper I I precaution against the possibilitythat PROVEN he knows how.
tokens may not be well distributed -
was attempted, but censorship at .
drove over :yesterday rubbed their 'I I in some sections immediate- .
that time and locality was so strict, -- Elect
eyes as they approached the town .it was found best to discontinue, the (Continued on Page 8)POLITICAL

from Fort Myers. There, looinlngvup publication. The paper has just ERNEST R. GRAHAM
above the prairie about half way been resumed at the request of the I i '
between the sugar plant and the I battalion commander. Chaplain the FLORIDA GOVERN_
state road was a towering concrete:"Montgomery is busy establishing a ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR Paid Political Adv. ,, ,m IBHMH I i m
water tank, like the grain storage
library for the men in one half of
elevators in the North which are the "
the chaplain's hut. COUNTY
big brothers of farm silos. It wasn'tthere *. DISTRICT NO. 1 \
a week ago but there it was I '
Vincent Oglesby's family, sending This will announce my candidacy I
yesterday, standing out 145 feet for re-election to the office of county STUCKEY'
high and still going up. us his change .of address, (and commissioner, district number 1, sub- L. L.
thanks to all the families who are ject to the May primaries. I am con- ,
Before they read the paper yes- cluding my second term In this ca- I
wouldn't so prompt in giving us these changesour pacity and invite a careful inspection I 33 Years A Palm Beach Co. Resident-Farmer & Business :Man
terday, ordinary paper is rationed and we hate of my record as your commissionerfor
know what it was. If they had stopped this time.
to waste a single copy by letting it Your vote and support will be ap- Candidate For
Clewiston and made inquiries I 4
at mail to an old address), wrote: preciated.
would have been told that, it GLEN E. ETHERTON.
they I r.
\ "Vincent is now in England and (Paid Political Advertisement.) ?
mill that
was part of a big starch CONGRESSSixth
writes that he is very anxious to ,
the sugar company people are plan receive the Clewiston News which he I FOR SHERIFF' I

ning. But until President Clarence I enjoys more than he could ever tell. a' Florida District
Bitting made the announcement at I wish to announce that I am candidate -
Also he speaks very, very highly of for the office of Sheriff of Hen- ...
the, company's annual dinner for its I the work the American Red Cross is dry county subject to the democratic
night the public primary of :May 9th. If elected, I will 1 '
key men Thursday doing for our boys over there. He I I conduct the office in an efficient and FIRST: WE MUST WIN THE WAR r
had litlte idea of this vast and important says that organization makes every- business like manner to the best interests I\ FLORIDA WATERWAYS MUST BE :, 1'MI /
project. In fact a good of all. Your vote and support I
thing swell for ,the boys away from will be greatly appreciated. i IMPROVED. GOVERNMENT :MUST
many Clewiston people were surprised H. H. MACK v''j -
home. His only complaint is that ( ) McCALL. THE PEOPLE.
I (Paid Political Advertisement.
to learn details of its scope. I )
he would like to have a little good I 'j INCOME TAX RETURNS MUST BESIMPLIFIED. '
; That big water tank is the key to old Florida sun." ,. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER '
it' and the manner in which it has I DISTRICT NO. a. I .

so: suddenly appeared on.the scene Next week when the Red Cross W. N. (Bill) Stallings announces his Bureaucratic Control ]Must :Be Eliminated
is typical both of the fabulous Ever solicitor comes down your street, I candidacy for the office of county
glades and Mr. Bitting's remarkable : commissioner for district No. 3, Hendry Returning Veterans Must Be Compensated
:friends, neighbors and families of County Florida. He has been a resident e ..
U. S. Sugar company.' Like things 'the servicemen, be ready with your I I and is of the county: since its creation Health Of Our Citizens Must :Be Preserved
deeply Interested
in its
spring from the magic muck- progress.
that I contribution. Remember the Red I II .I He hopes to have the opportunity ''
lands over around Lake Okeechobee Cross is doing things for your ser' and pleasure of serving you, and will ,.. Freight Rates Must :Be Equalized'
that tank grew 145' feet in a weekor I. do it to the very best of his ability. I I
I vicemen overseas that you would He will appreciate your vote and Free Enterprise Must Prevail
; so. Of course the experts Mr. give a hundred dollars to have done, support in the May primary. I
to perform such (Paid Political Advertisement.)

Bitting feats had engages planned it that way- and I but are powerless* *, to.do yourself. I I --- V I These Things 1 Pledge To Work For When Chosen : .

probably for, a long time. These FOR MiERirr
I Captain Stanley A. McCorkle YOUR CONGRESSMAN
days there are permits to be obtained I
writes from Aberdeen Proving I wish to announce that I am a candidate -
priorities to arrange and much I Grounds, :Maryland: "Just a few for reelection to the office of '
unwind I II Sheriff of Hendry county at the pri- Floridaat
red to of
governmental farmer-with interests
lines to let you know I get the News mary election in May. I have tried to I Mr. Stuckey Says: I am a the : I
before anything like a starch mill regularly every week, I surely do :I conduct the office in a manner to justify Heart-and will not serve for Political Expediency. "
Can be undertaken. But all that, I !j I another term, and I will appreciate -
enjoy the news it carries of all of us : your vote and support. Advertisement Paid For Ey Glades Stuckey For Congress Club)
Mr. Bitting said at his meeting, is I i in the service scattered in all parts BILL, MADDOX. (Political .., ....: -- "?
water the wheel. With the (Paid Political: Advertisement.) --
over I
J jof the world. So far I have been
preliminaries attended to construc-

tion is in progress and he forecast (j lucky and stayed here in the states I .' ._' .u........u..._..._...._._.._..... . A A _ _.._ ... A A A ... ... ..._ .. .._ .. ................... .. .._..
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: at the largest proving grounds in the \ :; ;NNN; ;";N; N;"; ;";N;";";"; ;";11;";.1;i i i i i i"i ;MNNI ;NNN;IN ; ;N; ; ; ; ; ; :
that the plant would be complete()
J U. S. A. We see things here monthsI
by Oct. 1. The betting at Clewis and months before the in the I
I troops

ton and,,the where men they who work know for Mr.his Bitting company I they field do will, do.and we Our also enemies know are what in \\1\1BishopWilson\ lumber Company :Y:

is that it will be finished well for lots of surprises.
ahead of that date. And men who .i' .;-
"Give my regards to all the boysin ... .

that knew, it the will Everglades be a bigger are thing confident than 1 service." s i :.':1;,.'.>= Announces A New ServiceWe l ) ':;::

he 1 desciibed. Things always are Howard ("Red") Neal, who usedto "
J around Lake Okeechobee. \ :1 : ; :
over work for Bishop-Wilson and for f. :: : \.! .i
:. But even were, it only half as big j, the sugar corporation before going .

1 it would still be vast; vast both as into the Army over a year ago, has :: :.'. :. ::
: a property and in meaning to the | been in India and in North Africa, .:. now have mechanics and facilities for making repairs and improvements... -, '_ -
t '. ''
industrial aspirations of this section according to letters to friends here. :
t of Florida. It will cost some $20- I I I II F :_i: Check over your house. What does it need in the way of i'epairs ? How would you, :::
f' 000,000 of PRIVATE capital. It I -Roger Rattelle, who enlisted in]I :x: like to have it changed? t" \' :::
.:. .:.
will provide year-around agricultural I -
} the Sea-Bees writes from the. South- -
1 employment, on private payrolls, of west Pacific that he is in' the real i :j: You can have a new .roof installed fOl; as little as $8.77 per month. \ ..i :i:

.! 7,500 persons, more than 1,000 jungles now. At times they are ;

'highly skilled. It will produce 75- surrounded by Japenese, who so far !: ::;: You can ,have new asbestos siding installed for as low as $15.35 per month._. I:::
000,000 pounds of starch annually; have not given them any ,trouble.

; starch; for war textiles which are Let's hope that situation ,continues. i :::: You can have thes comfort and coziness of afire. place in your home for' a's little as ::!:
no longer getting it from sources month. ,

-.. ,cut off by the Japs. Ins Jay W. Clark writes us.from New 1 $13.16.per .. ,\_. : I:

Kjout will supply as a by-pro- ( London, Connecticut, where he is 'I' :i: Other suggested improvements and repairs are : __..* )\ \" :'. ':::
30 or 40' million poundso
; attending the U. S. Coast Guard -, .. f
feed for livestock and waste material :Academy. "I am now: the :: r. '- I:
taking I New Porch New Steps ::; New Doors 3 3I
will be conceited into a. high reserve course, and, if successful, .. ; 4'y
I quality fertilizer. All this will require I will she commissioned an Ensign in I :;: New Shutters New: Garage New Floors = 1=' ;

immediately some 15,000 I about four months. We do plenty Inlaid Linoleum Floors Concrete Drives New Windows ::.
acres of land and triple that area ,[lof studying, obviously, and don't ; .' 'i. :ri
I : : !
for additional post-war plauswhich ,
I have time for much else. It's really y Y.
Mr Bitting said have already been i'concentrated, and takes all the :_: You can get any of these things without a cent of down payment. You can buy them :: ,

made. 1 mental effort one can muster to :;: "the same way people buy automobiles and nearly everything else-in small monthly payments -' :;:
Nee this is only the half ,] absorb the material. Not to give "
out of income.
f.:; :
of it. er half will interest you the idea it's too hard, but it's I :

jacent Fort .Okeechobee.communities There ad- I no"I pushover. I :.:. Write down a list of the things you'd like to have done-bring that, list to our, office or :::
I have
definitely enjoyed receiv- .. :
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will b. of a large variety ing the News and'would j :
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undertaking so :you change address
my this one
; We'll give an estimate of cost and explain our : monthly payment plan i in complete_
large as tJ a one. The 7,500 new I hope to get back there some day, :: you ::
employes at :Mr. Bitting's mill will be but I'm afraid I can't say when. } detail.. 'There's absolutely no obligation ;' .;-

our near neighbors; they 'will come I'll take the''Glades any day to this y :' y

here to Fort :Myers Beach for summer Yankee country." 1. ; -l
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dents of Clewiston. They will joinus ( Dan Beardsley has been sent from tI ;-

us promoting the advancement the Classification Center Nashville :
at -
South Florida; of its roads and II to Marianna, Florida, which is

iblic measures for health and hap_ : headed in the proper direction. Dan I 8ishopaWilson' lumber Company 1

ness. They will add to the popula- is an "aviation trainee" here, and

n, to the wealth and to the pride j hasn't started flight training yet, !
ilch all good neighbors hold fore but his group is being used as yI
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l:",: i": "x":K"X""X"X**{ : :":": :": : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :. Book ReviewsNew (i Jordan, Mrs. A. O. Ward and Bruce I LI

,I Beardsley. Mrs. E. F. Powers and j
'I : / 1 *
J I Mrs. C. E. Bjornsen won cut 'prizes
I books In Clewiston Public Library and Mrs. W. A, Davis Avon the FULLER

l.. t; cPERpON1\L and SOCIETY =i: King,-chairman reviewed: by Mrs. Wl: Dean I prize.$25.00 war bond, given as door ,I BRUSHES.'

:r. .:. GO--O: i Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr., Mrs. H. J.
: ) L C.: [ and Mrs. S. J. Yoder were ,:The Old Fuller Brush

:; .. ..'. ..... .............. ..........:. ,........ .. ........1.. By Beth Brown hostesses and Betty McDuffie was in
r-- .. OONONONONONONOH:N:NON:i i 0iN:N: 1:1:1 X11:iiNONNB. :: : : -: : : : :.: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :' I This is the story of twelve little I charge of serving refreshments of I

J. Schroeder was a vis.".:,,:"1,in I jsr., 1\lrs'. Bell returning with them 1! dogs, and their numerous: friends, punch and cookies man will be in Clewiston

; Miami Wednesday I for a visit in West Palm Beach. 1 who come to life in a dog cemetery. I I The Juniors ,a acknowledge, with'I

| It's the story of any dog who'si I appreciation, donations from Park- week of March 6th.
:!'; Bernard J. Jlyers\ was in Miami onL' 1 Mis'S Ruth Itatley is a patient at i I ever lived and of any dog who's everi j inson's Parker Wilson, Frank Cox i iI

business Wednesday. ,; the local, hospital, recuperating died-for everyone who's ever hada Glen I Etherton, Ideal Cafe, Toggery : _

Mr.and Mrs L. J. Pape were i from an appendectomey performed dog-and for those who have always I Shop, M. W. Bigg, Arch Simmons, I.1. ... .
there this 1 wanted a dog. "= ; !::7 = : "'L.>-.t'"q.crJo; : -L'!,
visitors in West:; Palm Beach Tuesday j early week. R. R. Dacey, Clewiston Dry Goods 1 i '

.. I r -- I All Dogs Go To Heaven is dramatic ;|Company, Shorty's Barber Shop I[ FOR SALE Size 16 21 ,:

I I Mrs. A. O. Ward and Mrs E. W. patriotic, gay, mystical wistful Eddie's Cafe, Toulis Cafe, Clewis-:; :- ,

} Mrs G :A. Yon of South Bay was Durst were visitors in West Palm tender and revealing its surprising ton Bar; Pool Room, Christian ,Barber -,! jewel Hamilton railroad ::

Iil a business visitor in Clewiston Tues- Beach Tuesday. Mrs E. O. Ward, j yet solid philosophy, will Shop-J. M.: Williams, the shoe-: '

N day, who accompanied them, left by:, train I' help and sustain :you.. The dogs you s j maker, B. and B., Royal's, Ben '|: watch, practically new. ;

for Ocala where she entered a hos- I meet here at the cemetery live a life I jFfanklin Store Christian Chevrolet, i
j Mrs Carl Ziler, has returned froma pital for a check-up. : more real and more thrilling than I j Barney Thomas, Clewiston Laundry I Box 6725, Clewiston.:, 2p, '
short visit with relatives in "
I i any life on earth. | Bishop-Wilson, Suggs Service Station ,
j Brooklyn. Jane Lee, daughter, Mr. and I They speak to say that there, is | Beck's Service Station and I

:'i Mrs. R. J. Lee, had her tonsils and no death. There. is only life in Thompson Motor! Parts. WANTED Boy's bicycle '
j ) Mrs. Joe Griffin underwent a I
i adenoids removed at Good Samaritan another form. I I '
: major operation at the local' hos- Hospital in West'' Palm Beach I PARTY I in good condition. -
pital yesterday. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee took i VICTORIA GRANDOLET 1 __ Write '
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Farnani'and Jane in Wednesday morning and I By Henry BellamannI
' Mrs. L. E. son, Jimmy I, brought her home' yesterday afternoon I Victoria Grandolet, the ambitious I ton News. 1 Itp. :';
1j of Moore Haven, were in, Clewis i Buzzie
: and beautiful New England girl who i Powers, nine year old :son

ton Wednesday. Ir I 1 marries into .a proud, self-contained ''of Mr. and Mrs.'" E. F. Rowers, celebrated -

Billy Prewitt arrived Wednesday j! Louisiana clan, finds herself alternately his birthday with a party at I Salvaged fats is 1
Mrs. Charles A. Thomas and baby I' from Hattiesburg, Mississippi, to I drawn to and repelled by 'his home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. every- ;

I daughter visited friends in Moore I' visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. White Cloud, their vast, whisperinghouse Powers used a rainbow theme in body's contribution to "
: Haven Tuesday. C. Prewitt. Bill has been, staying of which she is never more planning the party and decorated

i' with an aunt and attending schoolin ; than titular mistress. Finally, enmity ': the table, cake and favors appropri- Victory. The B and B
( Mr.: and Mrs. J. O. Pearce of Okee-
ately. I
Mississippi. He stopped in Tampa [ gains the upper hand, and the '
chobee spent Wednesday here visit- I for a visit with his grandfather, thwarted woman begins to identify Prizes in' the games \vere won market will help you ? :

ing Mrs. Ruth B. Owens. Benjamin ,Prewitt, who accompaniedhim herself with Far Felice abandoned by Elissa Mueller andRichard
\ I an send its AIt
on .
yours way.
Twiddy. At bingo
to Clewiston. manor house of the Grandolet's prizes were won

", Mrs. George Crow, and Billie Sue I lying farther up the Mississippi. The by Janice Magill- Donnie Reames, 1 Po. .,

I' Crow spent the week end with relatives -'' BRIDGE CLUB MEETINGS legends of -this sinister old place, 'as John Rogers, George Anne Suggs ....-\

in West Palm Beach. ,in its White and John DeValcourt.
I lovely way as .Cloud, :
i Mrs. Curtis Thompson was hostessto haunt her, and she yields to them as Refreshments of ice cream and Have one new and one
Mrs. G. E. Etherton and daughter j members of her evening bridge the novel rushes to its tragic: end. cake were served to Gene Fuller,

.; Glenda Sue, are visiting rela- club' Monday. Necklace and ear- Victoria Grandolet is a penetrating Charles Gericke, Janice Magill, John used baby carriage. Will ':
,tives in Miami for a few days. t and DeValcourt, Elissa Mueller -
f' ... rings were awarded Mrs. R. M. study of the deeper aspects of Aubrey

: ., .Mrs. Frank Jacobs is recuperating, j Hare, jr., as first prize and a flower family, and it tells a story simply. I Richard Twiddy, George Anne I sell either. Mrs. ,BartzPhone .. ::
; Suggs Jon Ann Pitzen Herman and ,
; to Mrs. Foy Durrence for second estab- ,
The problem of the old and '
{ from Itc
at the local hospital an appendectomy j Luther Davis, Donnie Reames John 156J. :
several days ago. prize. I lished invaded by the alien and uncomprehending : ,
t' Mrs. Thompson served lemon pie is the major themeof Rogers, Joyce Bartz and Ronald

and coffee to Mrs Hare, Mrs. Dur- Hare. '
i the book. I "
A. W. Sias of the Miami Beach Stretch ration
I postal service short rence, Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs.V. your
army spent a,
1 C. Woo'dward, Mrs A. W.. Lawrence TO ALL HANDS JAY BARTZ CELEBRATESON in .
i points
leave with Mrs., Sias here this week. by turning
If/' Mrs., Joe, M. ,Hall, Mrs B. J. By Lt.. John Mason Brown FOURTH BIRTHDAY i i ;

I h Mrs. E. L. Suggs left Wednesday Schroeder and Mrs R. C. Nowliug. Rear Admiral Alan G. Kirk was Jay Bartz celebrated his fourth i I waste fats to B and B
for South Carolina to live near Camp I in command of one of 'the! great birthday Tuesday with a party at his .
market. Each --
cl '
Mrs. W. C. Owen, served fresh I o u ,
a and p n.
Croft, where her husband is'now joint operations of the Army I home. The youngsters enjoyed ,
strawberry dessert with coffee to Navy which brought the first Amer- '
stationed. games on the lawn during the after- means 2 points. J Itp.
members of her bridge club which
ican troops to theshores of Europe. I noon. Mrs. Bar'tz served birthday
met _at her home Wednesday., Recognizing the right of each man
cake and ice to her son's lit-
Mr. and Mrs A. H. Leitner announce -. cream
E. Beardsley won first prize 11rs'I'J. I on his ship to be informed of every i
the birth of a baby boy at the' tle guests. Mason jars with zinc. .
4 Clewiston hospitat"'Vednesday, Feb- Mrs. Clarence Nielsen second. major action on this historic expei Those attending were Timer Pow- I ;
ers playing were Mrs. H T. dition, he assigned John Masoni I II
; vaughn'l i Pitzen Carroll Miner best for ,
ers, Jimmie ,
23rd. I covers, canning,, ,
ruaryj, ,,
1 wh6 substItuted for Mrs j
-2. Brown to be Bridge Announcer. Lt. I
,, _. I i i Windsor -Meador, Bill Peters, Billy
Conkling, Mrs JTorace: Bestor, Mrs. ,, Brown's, duty was to broadcast for sale 75 centV"'
: over at
Archibald I
Albert Gericke Ronnie
W Mr and Mis. C. E. Bailey, Pat I / per
F. Deane Duff., Mrs N. V. S. Mum-1 I ."
: j the ship's loud-speaker system play-
Bailey and RAF Cadet Harry and Janet Wylie, Mack Cumberland,
ford, Mrs.; Otto Larsen and Mrs. P.. !|, by-play accounts to the men below. I dozen. Mrs. Bartz
Donna Gayle Martin Sarabeth
visiting ,
Thompson spent Sunday ,
t: friends in LaBelle. C. Wilson- i i| These broadcasts are presented in I Sikes, Bobby Weetman,. Bonnie Faye Phone J 56--J. f Ttc
I this book so that the American army
i : rEET- I Durrence, Sharon Glasgow, Bobs ,
r LADIES AID TO ) i I of men and women who serve at Lawson Billie Sue L.rMIVMMWMMJohnson's
Judson V. Francis, who is em- Tommy Seegers,
,. home also be included in what .. .,
ployed at a naval depot in the Canal March.i i I Crow, Marjorie, Warren, Buster and "
i The Ladies Aid'Society's [: is going on. Over 80 illustrations- \
Zone'arrived' this visit Jack Brown
week for a
I t
,:; with his family here. j meeting will be .held nextxThursday:I'photographs, paintings and ,sketches : Fish Camp
t afternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank :' made on the spot by men to whom (
LIKE: CONGRESS (Near ,Hurricane Gate)
{t : E. Conkling. Mrs: C. L. Haynes, of I these talks "were broadcast-add to .
y Lt. Johnnie Gillette, one of the first Miami I Glewiston, Fla.
state president of the Pres- :
this account of dra-
if t.; American-cadets to receive his flying |i documentary a A man who was being pushed Boats and Motors-Guide Service .

,to. L-./ training at Riddle Field, visited |' speaker byterian at Auxiliary the meeting will be and a a guest full I I matic ,epoch in this war around and got sore about it turned I Rates ReasonableW. :

friends here this :week. i i I on:his tormentor and said, "Who do H. Johnson, Mgr.
attendance is urged. Visitors will JUNIOR CARD PARTY NETS you think you are-Roosevelt?' t .

Miss :Marguerite Mizelle\ is spend-j, be welcome. i $122 FOR CLASS TREASURY ,.
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ing some time in Miami taking a !|: BRIDGE SATURDAY jI I j- ,
the jI
: i j The card party, sponsored by '-- -- -- -
'Ir,": course in the cold-wave method of I

4 t!:::', giving permanent' waves. I i, Mrs. C. E. Miner entertained two ,j i Junior Friday Class evening at Sugarland netted Auditorium $122.00- I .1[ 'Today's FUN g G RAM By Peters I r rI 1eneni.wlNn

;. ( tables of bridge players Saturday for the class treasury. This is the I .
: :Mrs.
C. R.
Egley, Beverly Egley,
evening during the visit of her sister I fund with which the Juniors entertain -
Mr.'and Mrs. Adolph Driggeis and I / nw....,n.r.n..Nl-.wnrnw rMnrM ..wMit
,- Miss Ruth Iniglrt.of Miami, the Senior Class, and which they I + '
f' baby were ,business visitors in Fort
who spent the ,week end here. Mrs. !' build toward their own expense as c.-
J Myers Wednesday.Private I Carl Berner won costume jewelry Seniors next year. I s <. r <.,. Don't delay getting minor

r as first prize and Mrs. Ruth B. I and Michigan { Y: troubles
and Mrs. Oliver Martinez I '[ Both bridge were I L ;. corrected or
Owens, garden flowers as second played at the patty and prizes were ,.
arrived from Alabama for a visit 7.., they may quickly "triple"in
-_ J with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. ,Martinezand prize: Miss Knight received hand-1 I I awarded for high at bridge to F. M. t ,. r damage and cost.
Mrs Sue Gary.it I kerchiefs as a guest remembrance. Rodriguez and Mrs. W. E. Bolton,

r. --- Angel food cake, topped with 1 j and at Michigan to Mrs W. A. I I

fresh strawberries, was served with II ,went to Jack 1
Davis. Low prizes
; Mrs J, V. Francis and, children re-
coffee to Miss
'I Knight Mrs Jose-
turned the latter I HENDRYCOUNTY
part or last Aveelc 1
phine Knight, Mrs G. H. Small, Mrs. I
., !
from a visit of a few weeks with I
P. M. McIntyre, Mrs. C. B. Seeger ray,
; relatives in Jacksonville.Mrs. .
', I i Mrs. ll; Y. Patterson, Mrs Berner LOOIto'rlleI I ,
and Mrs.' Owens.CLEWISTON. !
I. B. Anderson, jr., of Jack I __ I I 4W 4 MOTORS :.
I '-
sonville and Mrs. W. M. Johnson of i _
.d Pahokee were recent guests for the CHURCH f I I a & ,

day of Miss Florence' Graham. I I' David '''C. Hancock, Minister( I "

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Gus Cantrell, of the U. S. Naval I 1
|I|I Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. I r -
\ Air Station /
at Jacksonville', spent :a
few days here visiting his parents, i I I for E. : Gericke all ages., superintendent'Classel'' I II "Wait, until he sets it down before you tell hint 1

Mr. and Mrs G. L. Cantrell, sr. Morning After The War he is the father of triplets." js
j i worship, 11 a, m. ; ,1
A nursery for small children Is
Mrs. Louis Wethington is spend I I conducted by the Will Want To
mothers' club at You j jI'

'; ing husband a few, Private days in Louis Miami Wethington to visit her, !j I the Community Center. '.:.HO...'..NNN.. .. ......NNN.. .. ......NH.. ......NNHNI.. .. .. .....N......NHN.. .. ...INNNHH.. .. .. .. .........HHNN.. .. .. ......0...1...................................NHNI.. .. .....NN.. ..,..I.
"What difference I' ..
%*-I who is stationed does it make .2.. .
at Miami Beach I Build A HomeIt .
.. what: jje believe?" is the theme of I :. '

Miss Ruth ,Knight, of Miami, spent i the minister's: ,sermon. This is thoi I.:: Kemper Says :

; several days over the week end here i I first of several sermons on the greatdoctrines I :

r with her mother_ Mrs. Josephine I of the Christian religion. Will Pay You To I

f ,'."" Knight, and her sister, Mrs C. Ti:. j You are cordially. invited to worship :: i KEEP SMILING : -
t' :; ,- Miner. with us.EPISCOPAL. I
# .. Buy Your LotsNOW t '
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: Sergeants Jack Moorman
and Sin- ,
of St. John
clair Knight, both of whom are :2:;: PHONE D. R. KEMPER, GLEWISTOX INN, THIS WEEK.'HE :

:r' stationed near Fort Myers at pres-J There will be a service each :?;: WILL GLADLY\ E YOU AT YOUR CONVENIENCE, FOR :
ent, spent the week end here with 1
i Thursday at 8:00:
p. m., at the Community -_
their wives. f
I Church, culminating Good I y IIf 3.
Friday. The public is invited to at-
spent .
,' ;amDavis several days here tend. Henlein Custom Tailored Military Shirts f y --.
... \f
_ y this week with his parents, Mr. ,and I Sunday services will continuo as I

; t Mrs. W. A. Davis. Bill is with ,the I usual: First Sunday at 8:00 a. m.; CLEWISTON REALTY 2 .t"

>. 'z' ,; Marine Corps and is 'stationed- at I Second and Third, Sundays at 8:30 :;: 'r Simpson Custom Tailored Clothes :
Island S. C.
il-, a. m. There will be no service on and DEVELOPMENT I '

,: Fourth Sundays until late ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deadwylerand Father Mason is in Clewiston CORPORATION [:i= Universal Work Clothes

children spent the week end .. '
Thursdays, and can be reached'by I.. '
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UOLL In wintertime the

Compromise Forecast in Fields 'U'e'stil1 .....

DR W. EA ON And cold '" nd Flat

Debate on CCC Extension t. sen i nd hite.In --.

The Headliners: Greta Garbo liftIng Washington, D. C. summer little

the brows of the diners in a FOOD AND THE WAR cheerful bUss
midtown Hungarian restaurant by Assistant President

labor to Use Organized ,Strength to Fight- t,
each dish-even the soup and vegetables committee the othc'pday stns ni ht. '

Increased Prices; Administration Is Recent handholders in discuss the vital question of food for I\"CA"

1 on That Support.By the Persian Room' : Gov. Bricker 1944, In preparation for the meet-
'z.Counting and his wife Talu Bankhead ing, War Food Administrator Marvin -
kidded by the clowns in Club 18 with Jones had his staff prepare a

their "man-overboard" routine lengthy report on food prices, farm
BAUKHAGE Poon Lim, the Chinese seaman (atRipley's labor, machinery and other phasesof
News Analyst and Commentator. broadcast), sobbing :while the farm problem.
the radio'actors dramatize his storyon "-
WNU Service Union Trust Building, last war, it rose steadily, 128 per a raft at sea 113 days-a rec- I This report was distributed before WNU Features.

Washington, D. C. cent. However, there is a catch in ord ,Turhan Bey (La Hep- the meeting so that members of the
those figures. In the last war, the War Mobilization committee would
earnest and burn's who has
A few weeks ago, an reported romance)
to farmer's dollar rose only 13 centsin been He's from have time to study it, but it soon be-
agreeable young man came my listed as a Turk. CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
office from the American Farm Bureau purchasing power. Today, the Vienna Choo-Choo Johnson, came apparent that genial Judge
farmer's income has risen 72 per Jones had not read carefully his
federation. His name is Ben whose name is 'Violet Lynch .
cent in terms of purchasing power, own report-if at all.
Farm radio-
Kilgore. He is a Kentucky Homer Capehart, the popular
bureau, man, a former farm paper Preliminary Report phonograph maker, who may be a When he began to talk about the

editor who has just been put in Just what is ahead? On or before candidate for the U. S. Senate from I drastic need of farm machinery and HORSES FOR SALE

charge of the bureau's publicity here February 17 debate will begin on Ind Bette Davis and her mater the restrictions on its ,production,

in Washington, probably'as a result, the bill extending, the life of the Com- incognito at a downtown delly 'for WPB's Donald Nelson quickly picked 75 registered and Tenn.or eligible to register Palomino ,.-,
Walking Horses consistIng -
of some remarks without any barkon modity Credit corporation containingan hot pastrami sandwiches and celery him up. Obviously Nelson had read of breeding stock and pleasure horses.
them which Chester Davis, for-, tonic. Jones' report and had some facts of Send for descriptive Illustrated price list.
anti-subsidy provision. Fisher Palomino Farms Fa.
mer war food administrator and I his own to refute it. He pointed out Sooderton.
bloc adher-
Meanwhile the farm
president the Federal Reserve that the only thing getting a higher
ents and supporters will probably Midtown Vignette: Earl Carp en.ler's
Bank of St. Louis, made at the recent priority than farm machinery on the PLANTS FOR SALE
carry on a pretty good publicity plan crew was playing another bene-
bureau convention. war production schedule was the
for their side and some of the con- fit show on which a Hollywood star 3,000 Genuine' White or Yellow Bermuda
Davis did that the bureau landing craft and that the Onion Plants,
not say from. program, grown from Imported Tene-
sumer groups will be heard appeared Carpenter's musicto nffe Island seed. $4.50 collect
President had ordered landing express :
and other farm organizationswere
some, Labor will shout the loudest and ( bring him on) was. a zippy tempo'd 1,000 Onion Plants $1.50 postpaid. Ehlere
interfering with the war effort barges placed ahead of everythingelse. Bros. Plant Farms Carrizo Springs Tex.: :
most effectively. But that is simply "Who" the actor hammedit
and to be fightingfor .
trying hoggish by because it is a large and a well- all over the place (stayed on for
but he did "You wouldn't farm machinery -
higher prices say put
Harmonizing National AnthemsThe
organized group. It is a strange what seemed forever) and laid an
that the of the country were, ahead .of landing barges would
people ,
I Star Banner and
which has Spangled
thing, but America, or- omelet H. G. Gardiner, the I
beginning to talk that way about you? asked Nelson. the national anthem of China San-
kind and
ganizations of almost every drummer, received a note from one ,
farmers. And he told the organization "Well it won't do 'em good to Min Chu I '
description formed largely for increasing of the sax tooters. If read: "We any meaning "The Three
members that if they weren'tas the income of its members, played him on with 'Who.' Why not land if they haven't got food," replied Principles of the People," have recently -
black as they were painted, they formedfor Jones. been harmonized and
has very few organizations take him off with 'Why'? now
had- better begin telling the peopleof the purpose of decreasing their Undersecretary of War Pattersonalso can be sung or played as a per-

the country so. expense. Consumers, as such, are tangled briskly with Jones over fect duet.

And so the bureau went out for not organized. There are, of course, A soldier (carrying an enormous farm deferments. Patterson pointed -

some "new blood." Kilgore is not a few cooperatives but they are laundry bag) walked into Tiffany's.He out that there were 750,000 boys

new to the farm bureau but he is hardly more ,than local affairs and, received no attention whateverall between 18 and 21 with permanentdraft BACK IN GRANDMAS DAY

new to Washington. He has servedin comparatively speaking, small and assumed he was in the wrong deferments because they were colds often called for medicated mutton
Kentucky. He knows his sub- his clothes euet aa a "home remedy" to comfort
weak. This is due to the cheerful place. He looked worn, farmers. muscle aches
coughing. it's for
ject and can write about it. American theory that if you haven't didn't fit too well, an unimpressivefellow "This is greater than all the oth- Penetro modern medication Today in a base

I couldn't say whether he has got enough money to pay your expenses He was shunted to the er deferments of the entire country," containing mutton suet. Penetro'a dou-

brightened the grim picture which you ought to go out and get small-priced dep't, where he had said the undersecretary of war, add- porizes ble action to relieves soothe stuffy these miseries nose (2)-acts(1)like va .
Mr. Davis painted to the bureauhe some more difficulty convincing the salesmanthat .' .
money.In ing that, while agriculture should be warming plaster right where rubbed on. '
has hardly had time-but his any case, labor (although or- he wished to buy something in a preferred position, it should not 25c. Double supply, 35c. Get Penetro.

presence is evidence of dynamics ganized primarily to get more pay) "more expensive" He finally be a "haven for draft dodgers."
which are energizing this chip of -is going to use its organized strengthto selected a bracelet at $5,000 and
"Well the to have food
the farm bloc-or one might put it fight higher prices and the ad- wrote out a check The clerk army's got ,
doesn't it? replied Jones. >YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM
z the other way, for the Farm Bureau :ministration is at present countingon was sorry-he'd have to send the S *

federation is really the tail that wags enough, support from the labor check to the bank "for certification"

the dog when it comes to getting lobby itself the results of the pro- .Then he looked at the signa- HOG farmers MERRYGOROUNDHog all over the countryare I HOT fLASOO $

congressional action. subsidy publicity on the general pub- ture Carl Laemmle'Jr.who
dizzy over conflicting directives If you suffer from hot flashes
And action will for the lic to sustain a presidential veto of had suddenly recalled his sister'sbirthday
soon begin, from Washington. A farmer turnson weak nervous, cranky feelings, area
grace extended to the Commodity any measure banning subsidies. his radio one morning and learns bit blue at times-due to 'the ;..
Credit corporation expires February ,There is no sign enough votes to functional "middle-age" period
that Washington wants him to feed peculiar to women-try Lydia E.Pinkham's .
17 and then the fight over the subsi- prevent the passage of the bill, but
Drama Report: A new play titled"Decision" hogs heavy. Next, he is asked to Vegetable Compoundto
dies begins in earnest. enough are expected to sustain the relieve such symptoms. TakenregularlyPinkham's
by E. Chodorov has been market them lean. Next, just as he

The Federation 'Line'What have veto. to So be that legislative process with unless will enjoying a run in the East. The is snatching the extra corn from the helps build up resistance Compound against

gone through story relates to an ostrich-like U. S. pigs, a hurry call comes from Wash- such distress. It helps nature
the publicity plans of the bloc feels it has
the farm
an accu- Also'a fine stomachic tonic. Follow -
senator and the editor of his newspaper ington to feed 'em.fat again.
'farm organizations are, I do not rate measure of the administration's label directions. .
know", but this is the "line" as Kil, strength, as revealed by various test -who stir up disunity, prej- Farmers are thinking of,staging a LYDIA{ LPINKHAM'SSSSKNo
udice and terrorize an Americantown
gore expressed it to me: votes, so that it can compromise little satire to express their feelings.
"The American Farm Bureau fed- without going through the veto proc- particularly a wounded Amer- Entitled "Make Up Your Mind,
ican soldier just returned from Washington it has the following
eration is
not opposing consumer ess. Either way, some kind of a
subsidies in order to break down' compromise will undoubtedly blJ' Sicily. The soldier's father, a teacher chorus: Diplomatic Relations

price control and obtain higher farm reached. heads a citizens' group which "How can a man_ know what you
diplomatic relations exist
0 today
threatens to bring charges of crim- ....
prices. The present general farm But the is mean,
way a weary one. and between Russia and at least
inal treason the editor ,
price level is high enough. All we e against Whether a hog shall be fat or lean? 25 of the other United ', .1
Del. _
senator The Wilmington ( ) ,
ask is for few
a sensible price ad- Make up your mind and stick to
Preview of News critic called it "exciting nations associated with them and
justments specific commodities that
on ,
Such small Invasion Tactics drama, tense and full of dramatic neutral countries, among whichare
and specific adjust- Whether a hog shall be leanor
moments. You leave the theater, Brazil, Iraq, Peru, Portugal
ments are far more practical and With invasion in the offing I decided faU"However and Switzerland.
wholesome than a billion or more I wanted a preview. A little feeling frustrated and angry; you the situation is not en-

dollars out of the federal treasuryto difficult to arrange, I admit. I know, cannot be unmoved Representative tirely the fault of the bureaucrats.
citizens endeavor to attack the
help pay the consumers grocery however, that you could see a full In normal times, 225 pounds is a
: bill)and to regiment and socializethe dress rehearsal at the amphibiousbase subversive forces which are causing good average weight for hogs. The
farmers of this nation." at Fort Pierce, Fla. That what is virtually a civil war on the American market likes its bacon

The War Food administration, institution has been cloaked in the home front Winchell himself might lean. But for lend-lease purposes,

charged with carrying out the war darkest secrecy until recently. Just have written the play; it is so much extra production was required, espe-
his this faith in the Amer-
farm program, has no publicity plan. before the base celebrated its anni- theme, cially to supply lard for the Soviets.

As a matter of fact, the office of versary I was allowed to look behind ican who will force" treachery from So farmers were implored to feedto

Administrator Jones is about the the scenes. under its cover. heavy weights.

quietest place in Washington as far No details can be reported of this Came the corn shortage, and farmers .

as the public goes. Its work is car- revolutionary development in Amer- The German Consul in Naples, were implored to ,stop feeding,

ried on without press agenting right ican military history that started Italy, had a list of American ac market their hogs, and release the Gigantic Grape ClusterA

now. fresh from zero. tors who appeared in pictures at. corn for shipment to dairy and poul- huge cluster of grapes weigh-

A 1 t One reason why we don't hear For almost a full week I watchedand tacking the Nazis. Included in the try areas. Each change was im- ing 112 pounds, the largest ever

much from the war food adminis- in some cases, worked with list (confiscated by our troops) were plemented by shifts in the federal seen in'the grape-growing country,

trator right' now is because the food the men who make "amphibious ac Carole Landis, Myrna Loy, Norma price supports.But was exhibited at a recent Los An-

i situation is pretty good. Of course, tion" possible-those who go over Shearer, James Stewart, Henry Ar- the hog run became phenom- geles, Calif., fair.
there is wrangling about prices but the side into the Joe
I transport landing metta, Ben Bernie, E. Brown enal. January's slaughter broke all
'. that isn't in his department. The craft and up the beach, and the other and many other prominents records. became
Hogs a glut on
: last week in January he announced men who see that they get there, Arthur Clifford Read (accused by the market. Farmers, couldn't I F:,.. Protect and ease abrasod
(' his support prices which can't be from scouts and raiders who slip in the FBI of being a Jap agent) get skin with Mexsana the

k. carried out unless the three billion at night, crawling through the washof threatened to go AWOL from Camp. had near to the keep slaughter on feeding.houses.Hogs They auto- CHAFE der.soothing Also, medicated relieve burning pow
dollar agency that keeps floors a strange beach to throttle the refused him :
Croft if his superiors AN OYS itching, of irritated
matically got heavier, at the rate of
under farm prices, the Commodity sentries and clear the way for the a furlough He got it and it
15 pounds a week. :
Credit corporation, is continued. others, to the last of the reserves.I proved to be his big boner. He
Jones made it plain that the 1944 have never met a finer type of went to N. Y. where he was nabbed, But if they got over 300 pounds, WNU-7
they passed the support level, and
program depended entirely on con- man, soldier or marine, and they
the packers docked them. Fearingto
gressional action. In reply to a are all there-army, navy, coast '
question, he said it could be carriedout guard, and the engineers, the' sea- Quotation Marksmanship: The lose money, farmers jammed ''

"without subsidies." bees, the medicos, scouts, raiders Oskaloosa Tribune: Buyers once did the their run hogs became into market chaotic.So channels. and ,. ..;..."... ,
There isn't any question that con- and the other specialists. Cooperation business over the counter. Now they .

gress will favor the support plan. is the key to the greatest do it'over the ceiling Ladies now Washington has swung Them "-j,
Help Cleanse the Blood "
That's accepted as essential in war- achievement in amphibious action- Home Journal: No one is entirely back again, and is inviting farm- of Harmful .

time and sometimes welcomed at army and navy working together as useless. Even the"'worst of us can ers to feed to heavier weights. The Your kidneys Body Waste
are constantly filtering
s other times. The reasoning is that one. It is a navy operation right up serve as horrible examples support price has been extended to waste matter from the blood stream.But

V you don't ask a munition maker to to the tide water mark, where the Fletcher Henderson: Middle age is '330 pounds. not kidneys act as sometimes Nature lag intended-fail in their vork--d to remove

sign a contract to deliver machine army takes command, but a close- that time in life when you'd rather Note: Probably no decision of War' impurities that If retained may

guns without telling him what the ly interwoven texture, as much a not have a good time than recover Food administration was made with body poison machinery.the system and upset the whole_ *

price will be. In order to,carry out single unit as a fighting division of i from it Lulu Bates: Argen- greater reluctance and the support Symptoms may be nagging backache

the farm program, you have to demand land troops or a navy task force.I tina's earthquake just goes to prove price will be reduced again as soon getting persistent up headache nights, attacks swelling of, dizziness puffiness

certain things of the farmerin talked with their leaders tough, again what can happen when you as -the hog run tapers off.MERRYGOROUND. under the eyes-a feeling of nervous

order to get the thing you want. quiet young men, ,who have learnedby argue with Winchell M. Lincoln anxiety Other and signs loss of kidney of pep or and bladder strength.disorder -

.. Hence the guaranteed price. doing-they know what it is to Schuster: Warning to tyrants and are sometimes burning scanty or

But subsidies are a horse of a land on a strange shore in Africa or dictators: Americans are famous for C. Washington real estate agents are too There frequent should urination.be no doubt that prompt .

different color. Support' prices protect Sicily or the Pacific. They are a their sense of humor, but they cannot evading price ceilings by requiringnew Doa treatment,,'. Pill is,. wiser. than neglect. Use '. 1
,the Subsidies take Geo. San- tenants to decorate apartmentsat Doan's have been winning; ,
producer. protectthe great lot-the scouts and raidersour a yoke new friends for more than forty years
consumer. Without them, the ( commandos) some big, some tayana: A fanatic is a man who their own expense To pack Are They have a nation-wide reputation.

price ceilings crack. little, some college athletes, some redoubles his efforts after he has 'em in tighter, a Washington bus country recommended over. All by your grateful ncrighboJi1I1LTh people the

Farm income has risen 116 per from farm and factory, but all hard, lost sight of his objectives ..D. driver called out, "Push,to the back,

l cent in dollars since 1939 when the wiry, certain, and anxious for more Green: The stork brought Frankiea folKs, and get together like you were

\Jf war in Europe began.' During the action. little Son-atra. in 'church."





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I I SUNDAY Lesson ) That's': Limited/A/Ah/d'I//A

rice'Into cakes By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D.' D. "Did you ever drink all the
U Make left-over Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
I I fry in bacon fat and servewith Released by Western Newspaper Union. ae sodas you wanted?" asked Willieof

r. maple syrup for breakfast. -s. Bert.
a. I "Goodness, is there as much ,as
Cellar windows should be opened Lesson for February 27 hat?" asked Bert.

frequently to purify the atmos- -
phere of the cellar and entire Lesson subjects and Scripture International texts selected Joan (going to bed)-Mother, 1needn't
and copyrighted by" brush the
the dentist
dwelling. Council of Religious Education; used by -
t permission. is going to pull tomorrow,

'J Paint the bottom step of your JESUS PRESENTS:HIMSELF AS need I?
j f War Atrocity
cellar stairs white so it may be
easily seen and prevent falls. THE MESSIAH "Yes, Tinpan has written a songto
,I win the war."
Mark 11:1.10 15-18.
i' Texture of griddle cakes will be LESSON GOLDEN TEXT TEXT:: Again the high priest yn "Gosh, these modern methods of

E J finer if the eggs are separated asked him and sajd unto hIm Art thou the warfare are getting more ruthless
\ and the whites are beaten and add- Christ, the Son of the Blessed? And! Jesus all the time!"
ed last to the batter. said, I am.':"Mark 14:61 62.

As our'Lord entered upon the last

Week of His earthly ministry, the y-
; Pull the Trigger on time had come for Him to present iM yrs

Himself officially to His people as :!t fi 9 T w djfw /DOTHIS NDon't
Linz"Innards their Messiah. As He did so, we' a fN iyy i f'rS air

l observe that He then had and now ,

1 has a right to claim all that we have r NAsa er

" and 'are, as well as to exercisejudgment -

''j over us. r

I. His Right to Property, (vv. 1-7).

We are so prone to call our POS-
1 sessions our own, and, to hold them o \

for:our selfish purposes. Just a mo- /'% f fS i py.. f, take needless chances
ment's reflection makes us aware : $Y% li rir.: with untried remedies. Relieve
{ r3 M ._,
that we are but stewards holdingour i nrfi.r+;.r. r.G&!+Q '.a ... miseries this borne-
rsY.w.iCNfffW.YSai ia. iirwor.
hold ourselves proved, double-action '
things, as we j'< ;
"::, '
for the use of God. A Little Sugar, but a Lot of SweetnessSee 'Way. 1 WAYS AT OHI..Yt. $ 4g ,

That means that the Lord-need ( Recipes' Below.) ." o4Ks 'j; __<'.
WHEN CONSTIPATION makes yon feel # PENETRATES ::<" ,
only send for what we have, and we '
to breathing : ,
punk as the dickens, brings on stomach l upper ::W.< ;
should gladly yield it to Him. "The Short on Sugar i passages with medicinal 1;
upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort take Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving 4( \ ':
Dr.CaldwelTs famous medicine to quickly Lord hath need" is the only requisi- Menus 1, vapors. ',:::11'1::: :, ,
pull the trigger on lazy "innards", and tion we need. He has absolute pri Requests continue to pour in for STIMULATES ,:,f'i: <:t? ;
chest and bade {
curi -
help you feel bright and chipper again. ority. And yet the fact that This leads me \ }
very like
sugar-saving recipes. Browned Pot Roast faces a warmt& :
;,' DR.CALDWELL'S is the wonderful leans He has need of us and what we -\ to believe that Browned Carrots and Potatoes -. .. Ing poultice 1i .!,
: laxative contained in good old Syrup Pep- jf. ?
a:' pin to make it so easy to take. have, dignifies our service or sacri- 4::: there are many Old-Fashioned Gravy O IfICJNG,fOR HOuai:; : ,,;:.
fice on" His behalf. want home-
who Lettuce Salad with French
[. MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparations <:;
Now to get an the benefits of .
in prescriptions to make the medicine more How surprising it was that the baked goodies in Dressing this combined PENETRATING- ',;=:
: palatable and agreeable to take.So be sure One who made and upholds all quantity greater Caramel Rolls STIMULATING action as shown :

:., your laxative is contained Syrup Pepsin. things (Col. 1:16, 17)) should have to than their sugar Beverage'Gingerbread above Just rub throat, chest and ,,'
\ INSIST ON DR.CALDWELL'S-the favorite say, "The Lord hath need of him." \ supply will allow. Cup Cakes back with Vicks VapoRub at bed .).]
if : millions for 50 years,and feel that wholesome / time.Then..see how this family ,
"r relief from constipation.Even finicky in sending for a humble beast of That means they Recipes Given standby goes to work Instantly ,

children love it. burden. Yet therein lies.a marvelous want recipes.that.are short on sugar -2waysatonce-to relieve cough- .. ," J
I truth. He has graciously so orderedthe but lng sweetness.- Ing spasms, ease muscular sore- ,;j
: only as '
sheet inch and tightness-bring grand
rectangular V thick ness or
need of
He has
universe that us Meet baked goodies taste bestwhen relief from distress 1 Its soothing d
about 9 inches wide. with
r; and of,our possessions.Let only part of the' sugar is replaced 'Spread medication Invites restful, com :, ': t,
honey and sprinkle with rind.
orange forting sleep-and often by morn- -- f
us also learn the important by other sweetening agents. Roll in jelly-roll fashion, sealing

: lesson of unquestioning obedience Only in plain ,muffins, bread and edges. Cut into 1-inch squares. Cover v ingmostofthemls-veCKS ,
SENNA LAXATIVE 4. went t eirway" made to this /
in \
: taught verse "They rolls is an exception and let rise until doubled in bulk. ,:
to do what the' Lord told them ,rule. Richer doughs have only one-
IN Bake in moderate degrees
and threefourths'of their ',1Cr .
to do. 'How greatly simplified half to sugar nn .1. ..
t" ) .(;v 10 25 minutes.'Caramel ..:fJ
,'- glorified would be the lives of Chris replaced by corn syrups or honey.
;,,' tian if would thus obey Rolls. Destruction in Russia =a
Camera Houses Operator people they It's best to use only tested recipesfor
1 recipe Foundation Sweet Dough The of the devastated ;
A camera so large the photographer Christ.As your sugar-savers.: You will find rebuilding ''
r'! works inside.is beingused by He came riding.. into the city, the proportion of liquid has been li cup melted butter or substitute areas of Russia'will require" about- :
i J 'laboratories of a"telephone'com we observeII. reduced-and if you' are trying to 1 cup dark corn'syrup or honey 100,000,000 manyears.DON'T 'r

,'' His Right to Praise (vv. 7-10). Into each muffin tea- '
for- %
: pany... change over a recipe you might cup, put ,. :
God says, "Him that offereth get this very important step. spoon butter and 1 teaspoon syrupor ,."
I praise glorifieth me" (Ps.. 50:23)), honey. LET 0 :;I!

Starts INSTANTLY;! to relieve and the believer recognizes that Foundation Sweet,Dough When dough is light, punch down. CONSTIPATIONSLOW <

"praise is comely for the upright"Ps. (Makes 2 coffee cakes or 3V dozen. Let rest 10 minutes. Roll into rec-

SORE THROATCaused ( 33:1)). Jesus is entirely worthyof sweet rolls) tangle, % inch thick and about 9 YOU UP

the praise of every heart and 2 cakes yeast inches wide. Brush lightly with 0 When bowels are sluggish and you V.a.
voice. feel irritable, headachy, do as millions ,
melted butter. Roll fash-
Himself their Mes- 1/ cup lukewarm water jelly-roll do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem ,:: .!
by Colds Presenting as 1 cup milk ion, sealing edges. Cut into 1-inch chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew :;a
Just rub on Musterole-'if a made siah, 'Jesus received the enthusiastic J/i butter or substitute pieces and place cut side down in FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed, .;
especially to promptly relieve coughs, acclaim of His disciples and friends, cup muffin tins. Cover and let' rise until -' taking only in accordance with package 'J
sore throat and aching chest muscles who were probably joined by others Yi cup sugar directions-sleep without being dis- ...+i
due to colds.Musterole actually helps who were drawn by the excitement.The V cup light corn syrup or honey doubled in bulk. Bake in a mod- turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough ',,':,
k, break up local congestion in the upper 1 teaspoon salt erate oven (375 degrees) 20 to 25 relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
s tf.,j. bronchial tract, nose and throat. Pharisees did not join in (see 2 minutes. Let stand 1 minute be- FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
IN 3 STRENGTHS Luke 19:39, 40)) nor did the city, not eggs fore turning out. and economical.A generous family supply
5 cups sifted enriched flour (about)
even knowing who He was (Matt. costs only

21:10, 11). So it is today; some love Soften yeast in lukewarm water. Give yourself health as well as FEEN-A-MNT! oSweat's *
'fk in these
appetite appeal cakes
and Him hate Him Add butter cup
praise some Scald milk. sugar, syr-
made with iron-rich
others just ignore Him. Of which up and salt. Cool : I :
:; : d;: .
class are you? to lukewarm. Add ;':{ f :" \..? :, 'Gingerbread Cup Cakes.
\ Reward
!r. Deep Snow He gave Jerusalem and the nationa 2 cups flour and ;.i 1'" \. ;. : (Makes 18 cup cakes) There no sweet without
I comes
;:,: Sixty inches of snow fell in one final opportunity to receive Him.It beat well. Add '. : J/2 cup melted shortening sweat.

day in 1906 at Giant Forest, ,Calif. was not yet too late, but it was softened yeast. 1% cups pure dark molasses some
; their last chance. Such a time comes Beat eggs and 1 egg, beaten

Ii' in the life of everyone- of us. They i 'add. Mix thor- '-' ) 2'/2 cups sifted flour AT FIRST .
rejected Him. Do we? oughly. Add the ( 1') 1/ teaspoons soda SIGN OF A .D

: SNAPPY FACTSABOUT But even though some did reject remaining flour '1- 1 teaspoon cinnamon .. r
let us not forget that there were to make a soft 1 teaspoon ginger 0 Y

-- .! those who shouted, "Hosanna," who dough. Turn out on lightly floured Yz teaspoon cloves

r : RUBBER cast their garments down before board and knead until satiny. Placein teaspoon salt 666 ,;

Him and waved palms of victoryand a greased bowl, cover, let rise 94 cup hot water USE

.r jo:./ Thank God for their holy until doubled in bulk. Punch down. Combine shortening and molasses 666 TABLETS. SALVE NOSE DROPS

t.;, enthusiasm. Pray God that we may Shape into tea rings, rolls or cof- and add egg. Stir until well blended. -

have a little more of it. fee cake. Place on greased baking Mix and sift

III. His Right to Punish (vv. 15- sheets or in greased pans. Cover dry ingredientsand
With synthetic tires about to 18)). and let rise again until doubled in add alternately -

r, be emphasize in general again use that experts People like to hear about a God bulk. Bake in a moderate oven with the fd /

, f is important in determining speed of love, one who knows their weak- (375 degrees) 25 to 30 minutes for hot water. Turn & .Ath

1 tire mileage. The legal limit ness, and is kind toward their in coffee cakes, 15 to 20 minutes for into greased muffin -

of 35 m.p.h. has been foundto firmities. But we must not forget rolls. pans and bake :::

be the best mileage, conserver that God shows His love by a great Honey Orange Rolls. in a moderate ov- ---.::- ---- .

with synthetics, just as, and holy hatred of sin, and a desireto 1 recipe Foundation Sweet Dough en (375 degrees) about 25 minutes.
IS wins with tires of crude deliver us from that sin. This Here's I .
rubber. 2 tablespoons grated orange rind an unusual dessert with
means that He must and will dealin Yi cup honey that well-liked apple-cinnamon flavor -
Tire cords !Jose elasticity as they drastic fashion with those who : \

grow older,which accounts for many persist in their sin. I When dough is light, punch down. Apple Cinnamon Snow. .
blowouts when .
strikes a rough spot a well-worn In the road.tire A second time He drove out from Let rest 10 minutes. Roll into a 1 package lemon flavored gelatin ...0.-

His Father's house those who had l/t cup sugar

Wartime regulations are savIng made it a' place of merchandise.We V4 teaspoon salt PLANT FERRY'S SEEDS

r nearly 200 million bus read in the same story in 4 tablespoons red cinnamon candy
miles for Says
a the Lynn
Fh'-' year transportation country'shighway Matthew 21:12-22 that the boys who drops For better, more productive garden,
sys- were in the for plant Ferry's Seeds. Many outstanding
temple ( such is 1 boiling water
f ;; tem. Converted into tires, The Score Card: You can save cup ,
and Bower varieties available
vegetable are -
this conserved mileage meansa the meaning of "children"in and if watch l/z cup cold water
pennies points you at your local Ferry'i dealer
I r, }., lot to the rubber program. verse 15) were so delighted at the markets closely and plan your 1 cup applesauce

'> ...-t1'_ this magnificent exercise of His di- menus accordingly. Right now 2 egg whites, stiffly beaten FERRY- MORn SEED CO.
'" authority that
into "Hosannas they broke out you can use more eggs, pork cuts, Dissolve gelatin, sugar, salt and SAN FRANCISCO DETROIT

t._, amounted which really" citrus fruit, and winter vegetablessuch cinnamon drops in boiling water.
a holy "Hurrah. Add cold applesauce. Y
as turnips, broccoli, green water and
Well, why not? Hurrah .
for our beans and spinach to perk up Cool, then chill to consistency of r
Lord! He will
not tolerate
iniquityeven thick syrup. Add egg whites and
r though it hides under the cloakof your Be menus.sure to turn in those used beat until mixture is light in color,
religion. He is not afraid to speakout holds small Pour
and peak.
fats. Your butcher will pay you thick a 'j
and to act against sin and cor- until ..rd
Chill firm.
for them in both points and pen- into ....
5S M ruption. -
Garnish with a few extra cinnamon
Possibly the church would reacha nies.Use fresh vegetables and fruits candies.Are -
_good many more men and boys '
irFr'1r! day ifit would step out i -never, possible and save your you looking for,salad ideas? Sent
", ... foods for quick or emer-
J wrong and suppo:: a stamped, selfaddressed envelope to
Miss Lynn Chambers at Western News-
fri paper Union, 210 South Desplaines Street Keep the Battle Rolling

t+ 'her, Chicago 6, Illinois. With War Bonds and ScrapT
Released by Western Newspaper Union.


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I IK. ''L and M-and the brown .- Y'.110 r gallons a unit{ with most coupons according to Secretary: of War Stim- I The Trustees ,reserve the right to
.Stuckey Favors through worth several units each. eject any and alt bid*!.
and Z will be valid 'I
son.In BY OHDKH of the Trustees of the
Control I March 20th'and will be worth the European, Caribbean and Internal Improvement Fund.
Mosquito* I eight, five, two 'and one points, as Revised dollars-and-cents ceilings Alaska theaters, a rotation systemof SPESSARD:: ] L. HOLLAND Governor.,
I jat present. on market basket food items{: for the I furloughs is in full swing, Stim- ATTEST: \
'PAHOKEE, Feb' 24 L. L. I Ration Book Four; blue stamps local marketing area will be issued son said. Lieut. General Millard F.Secretary C. ELLIOT. \I
-Stuckey, Pahokee farmer and bus with next week and will into effect Harmon said two weeks some No. 49 !
I IA8, B8, CS, D8 and E8-each I go ago -Feb. 18 25 March 3 10, 17.Have '-
iness man who is a candidate for ra' 10-point value will be valid shortly thereafter, the Jacksonville I tiny starts had been made on thesystem I oJ :
i : :- : ":":": :": .N': H:M:":":":":":":N:N 1J.
created : :: :
*Congrcss from the newly :'for processed foods from Feb. 27 2 district of the Office of Price Ad- in the Southwest Pacific and ,
Sixth District, this week added a through May 20. ministration announced today. that it would be expanded as man- -
new plank to his platform when I Blue tokens-and through March Reason for a revised list now, an power and facilities permit. -'"

the came out strongly for eradication 20, one-point green stamps will OPA statement explained, 'is because Theater commanders decide which
of mosquitoes In Florida. "I be given as change for both sets of 'numerous staple articles have been troops have earned a rest. The I you a
'? ;row," Mr. Stuckey said, "that I I processed food stamps. I given dollars-and-cents ceilings for minimum service to be eligible is 18'
,concerted effort on the part of the Red lpoint'stamps\ A8, B8 and the first time. Some reductions in months in the North African thea-
Florida delegation in congress can CS in Book Four will be good from I the retail prices. will result, OPA declared i ter, two years in Alaska and the
bring to successful conclusion a I"Feb. 27 through May 20, while Caribbean, Stimson said. Two, years hidden e talent?
Campaign for federal assistance in stamps' D8, E8 and F8 will be good Another reason for the revision, it also is the base factor for consider-
cleaving our state of this malicious March 12 through May 20. : was said, is that wholesale growers ation in the Southwest Pacific, Har-
pest. I shall do everything possible Change forth two sets of meat who have been operating under mon said. I If you'd like to find out whatyour
I I special aptitude is and
to champion such a cause. stamps will be given in red tokens OPA price regulations, have ,also
Mr. Stuckey, one of the founders and-through March 20-in onc- been put under dollars-and-cents II I- put it to \\'Ol'to: help win this
0 war""--- take tho the
of the Florida Vegetable committee j i point brown stamps. j ceilings on sales retailers.. I NoTlc1. opportunity
and member of the board of directors -i| 1! WAG offers you!
a Tokens) have not yet been received The new community price )list, Tallahassee Florida
until he announced for con.J, by LaBelle merchants, but are J OPA said, will continue in effect for February. 15, 1944., Join the WAIT and let Army
press, was Jast week unanimously' j 1. expected to arrive here some time about three months, conforming to :.1 -NOTICE! Is hereby given that the experts help you: discover the
'elected chairman of the vegetable Trustees!' of the Internal ImprovementFund type of work you can do best.,
'I today. uniform, nationwide program'of revising of the State of Florida will offer
'committee of the Florida farm: Bureau --- ---.- basket prices about four times for sale and receive competitive bids Let the Army train you to do
Federation. He hah been an I at Tallahassee, Florida, Tuesday, :March one of 2.19ital jobs. Learn a
I RATIONING i a year. 21st 1944, at 12 o'clock NOON, for the
ardent worker in the Farm Bureau I following parcels of land in HENDRY skill that will be useful to you
for many years. '/\(. < i CALENDAR To obtain the widest distributionof County, Florida: long after the war is over! (If-
:; : the price lists, OPA is providing
1 i 'VJof Section 17 and S>, of you already; have a skill the
consumers for the first time a pa-
Section 21, Township 46 South. Army: can use it too.).
German Prisoners- 3IEAT BUTTER, LT(). per-saving, reduced size list of about I 'Range 32 East, containing. C40 to,
Get full details
I acres at nearest -
Book '3 brown stamps*v, W, andX one-fourth the dimensions of the your
N1 of Section 19, Township 46 U.
(Continued from page IV valid through Feb. 26; stamp Y list posted in stores. The new list.is ( South, Range 32 East, containing tion (. Army: Recruiting Sta-.
I intended ,to be folded into ration I 320 acres. your local post office will
the of comparatively good through March 20. I
Inents for use a NE fi of Section 23, Township 46 give the address .
you ) Or write:
:small group of war prisoners.. (Meat grades; AA or Choice; A book size as a convenience for shop I South Range 32 East, containing The
Adjutant General
I 160 acres. Boom I
'"It if well known that a man is"bappier 'or Good, B or Commercial, C or pers. Sale of the above will be subject 4415, Munitions Building, Washington ,
and more contented if he Utility_ D or Cutters & Canners). I to existing leases 'which expire In D. C. .
Is engaged in some activity. This FRUITS, JAMS, ETC. Many Service Men I December, 194fi. ,
'Is particularly true of those who I G, H and J, valid through Feb. I corn-1
,must live within restrictions such 20-; K, Land M, valid through Get Respite Home I i Florida Statutes 1941. ..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..
:as are the lot of a war prisoner. We March 20.
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feel that we are cooperating with our SUGAR IIII"IIIIIIII I"IIIII"iilll '
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'handling the war prisoners the r five pounds through March 31; fast as ship space can be made 7 V ??

'country. I stamp 40 valid for canning through available to bring them, some 200. IV tI
"Viewed thus far, the use of war Feb.. 28, 1945: 000 soldiers, not counting sick and

"prisoners very satisfactory holds promise'of arrangement.being." a I' SHOES wounded, are being brought back to !I._: Dorit rely on a ,I
Book 1 stamp 18 and book 3 the United States to enjoy the respite -i
It is understood that the war in- battle, I, .t.
stamp 1 on airplane sheet valid they have earned from :
prisoners who were brought here definitely. Loose stamps accepted l:;: I::
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war camp in the South and their .. '
jamp routine and organization was GASOLINE I IV
"well-established. They had organized In the Northeast and Southeast. [ :!: Iroraiimiiiiiiiiii ::

their own band and in other ways 9-A coupons good for three gallons f
made efforts to keep their time through May 8. Elsewhere, 10-A I x x '
-well-filled with unobjectionable activity coupons valid for three gallons j : its: STAANGE THAT V; '..(
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by.military regulations. I C and C-1 coupons good for two I MONEY :!.: ::::
gallons everywhere except in the "DOUG"DOUONST1CXSTO .. .:.

i :Stamps To Double-i Far West and Rocky Mountains YOUR FINjERS/ *
where they are good for threega'l- +
continue- I Ico lons. B-2 and C-2 coupons good :::: I (I; :::
from Page 4) .everywhere for five gallons. y

"(1". It will be the first use of green FUEL OIL .:. .
:stamps as change. Period three coupons valid I 2 1 1t

Two, sets of, stamps will be used through March 13 in all other areas. ::: :

.for processed. foods and two for Period four coupons valid in all :: oa A savings account, :i: t.

! aneats and fats during, the three- areas through Sept.. CO. Period five .t:. awiii, ..!. .
: \Veek transition period. coupons good in Midwest and South t :i: with our insured :i: -
through Sept 30. All coupons .worth
The last of the green stamps -

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