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: March 3, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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in Finals
Show for Red Cross i

$3,300 A benefit movie will be shown at The championship flight in the

the school auditorium next Tuesday tournament, at the Clewiston Golf |

evening, with proceeds going into SPECIAL ELECTION course was postponed until Sunday, j WINS HIGH PRAISEThe
QUOTA IN DRIVE the local Red Cross War Fund. R. I March 5th, and will be played between I

V. Gaddis will show films which he I t Foy Durrence and Phil Mc- i f

I ; has of sport fishing and other sub- Cracken. The public is invited by United States Sugar ,
Cross County commissioners must be corpora-
\ .> The Red opened in jects of interest to sportsmen nature E. Leonard pro at the couse, to !i tion has received
elected on a county-at-large vote, I I high praise for its
Clewiston Wednesday morning witha interested watch the match. j
lovers and those who are upholding the decision of the votersof plan to hire hundreds of disabled

$3,300 goal for the workers. Mrs.R. in' Florida scenes. He will also Hendry county in a special elec- : Another match that will be of interest veterans at the new starch house,

Y. Patterson, chapter chairman, give demonstration of casting, and tion held last August 31. will be played Sunday when I j which is expected to be in full operation
Davis and Holdsbourg, who tied lastSunday
this will prove an interesting and I here before the close
has named R. M. Bishop and Mrs. Such was the decision of Circuit of the
for first place in the second
M. M. Prewitt co-chairmen for instructive exhibition as he, is one year. President Clarence R. Bit-
as I
George W. Whitehurst Tuesday I
the drive.A of the leading authorities on rod and I Judge flight, will play off the tie and de-I ting, in making"plans for the new
afternoon at a hearing in Fort
cide the winner of the flight.
reel in the country. Ad-
fishing I I development, conferred with )veterans' -
score of volunteer workers are mission will be 35 cents. Myers to a bill of complaint filed by A man and lady two-ball four- i administration officials and with
soliciticing funds and are asking as I R. E.. Burchard, local voter, asking some is scheduled for Sunday after
many citizens -as possible to double I the court to enjoin the county com- noon. i iI congressmen and ex-
pressed the intention
. : the amount contributed missioners from placing of of the corpora-
;> or triple names ,
/ last year, since the need for Red GROWTH OF AUTO candidates for county commissioneron I veterans.tion to aid in giving Jobs to returned

Cross funds has climbed correspond-: the ballot in the May primary to

ingly.- I be voted on county-wide. BILL OWEN TULANE M. Bryson, manager of the veterans -
The school is making a special effort INDUSTRY TOLD I i' Attorneys for the plaintiff, John facility at Bay Pines has com-

to double the 141.18 which it :Treadwell and Louis J. Robbins of { GIVEN'I mended the attitude of the. corpora-

raised last year. Principal M. R. [ Arcadia, stressed two points in particular GRADUATE tion and recently wrote to Congressman

I Stroud sent a notice to each room BY CLUB SPEAKERThe in their argument to have I I J. Hardin Peterson, declaring:

this week reading ,"The ClewistonRed the special election upset. One was "To our knowledge this is the

i J Cross' quota is doubled over last that the word "state" was omitted RANK OF ENSIGN I first big corporation to take such

I year, which means that the school history of the beginnings and I on the ballet submitted to the people I an active and realistic view of the

should at least double the amount advancement of the automobile in- which read in part"in counties ---- I j i postwar problem regarding veteran -

), raised last year. This money goes to I dustry was described to Kiwanis j having a population of not less thani I NEW ORLEANS William C. ::\>: personnel.

',: 'f help those in distress and especially members Wednesday: evening by G. i 3675 and not more' than '3750, according Owen, Jr.of Clewiston student in I j 1 f: "It appears that the corporation

our soldiers, sailors, marines, our T. Jurgens, representing the Nat- I 'to the last official census." I law at Tulane university has been.,. has very modern Ideas' as to' personnel -

fighting men and women everywhere. ional Automotive Parts Association, J They declared this should have read .chosen to receive one of the ten ac- relations and that men entering

I. They are' doing a good job against I II was the guest of B, L. Thompson. I the last official STATE census, since I I I tivity keys awarded each year at i 1. its services will have every

I the enemy. Can we do as well at I 'Mr. Jurgens traced the manufac I! the last official census was a federal Tulane to students rendering outstanding chance to advance, in direct ratioto

: home? They' are not failing us' and. turing of the early automobiles, be- 1 census taken in 1940 which gave i I service' on the campus. I I their ability to' produce."

i, we must not fail them." ginning "in 1892, giving production Hendry county a population of 5,299. i I A member of the naval Peterson announced recently that

\ : Volunteer workers who are soliciting -I figures for each year. During the The ballot, attorneys declared, I I I unit who received his R.o.T'C'1 the firm was .building a new' $7-
first decade of the industry he said
: ;, funds are: Mrs., C. E. Bailey, ,I was prepared according to a suggested I>, commencement exercises on the 000,000 plant at Clewiston and

Mrs. Harley Case, Mrs. W. A. Davis, I I 9000 automobiles of 300 different ballot prepared by the legislatureand campus Friday, Owen i has been ac- I would make a point of hiring disabled -

Mrs Christine Doty, Mrs. Benjamin'I makes. were produced. The second I the legislature omitted the word I II I n the intramual council, honorboar eterans in all cases possible.

Durham, Mrs. Glen ,Etherton, Mrs. f decade was really the great experi- I STATE in this suggested ballot. Greenbackers club, Pan-

_ H. R. Hall, Miss Gloria McDuffie, I mental age, said the speaker, when The second point emphasized was Hellenic council, Taffrail organiza- J' Football Training
600 different makes of cars were
.n Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, ,Mrs. C. E. !| that a proof of publication on the tion and many other campus organi- ,
r, -
nearly all
Miner, Mrs. J. F., Morrison, Mrs. B. '' produced, their carriage hand at manufacturers auto- notice of intention to pass this act I zations. He served as associate editor Squad Begins WorkThe
,E. Nall, Sr., Miss Julia Anne Ogles- was recorded in the House Journal of the Jambalaya, student year-i!
that 10
by, Mrs. Gene Powers, Miss Laura production during year per- president of the
of 1943 but not in the Senate Journ- freshman j
iod. During the third decade, he Clewiston High School Tigers
... Owens, Miss Leah Richaud, Mrs. .(Continued on Page 4) class of law, and was a r their
will start spring football train-
out there 400
pointed were only .
Bruce Smith, Mrs. J, ,C. Ziler, Mrs. I the Mott court board in the college I
varieties of cars and, during the ing practice on March 8th with a
', V. C. Woodward, Miss Mauryne' pre- of law. .He is a member of Omicron I
this number beginning squad of about 23 boys
fourth decade droppedto
.' witt and Miss Frances Jordan. I Delta Kappa, honorary leadership iI j
200. All ,told, said Jurgens, COUNTY $150,000 I fraternity, and was listed in Who's expected to report for practice.The .
there have been 1500 different vari- Tigers are making ambitious
I Who in American Colleges and Unij j -

- { : DR.lR! ;. V. ALLISON,. .1 and eties' 'marketed"of automobiles, and.today manufactured there are- OVER IN FOURTH j'r,versifies.} Alpha'He faternity.is a member' **-*:',H gt'jP.i'1Kapp"a ,r Ji \J'c plans. inning, for football early next TheJ-year plaiT and.a full'are

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only 50 varieties still in existence. '' season with .a 10 game schedule of
i Ensign Owen had expected a furlough :,
t f' SOILS SPECIALIST i Mr. '''Jurgens spoke of the" fact' :that 1 WAR BOND DRIVEHendry i upon graduation and had made I eleven-man football. Plans are also
build bleachers
I the association he represents is I plans to spend it in Clewiston. How-_. underway now at
furthering the manufacture of various the field, for the convenience of
I ever, he received orders on the ,
; I' minor parts and tools for different spectators.The .
: RETURNS TO GLADES morning of his graduation to report ,
makes of cars so':they may' be county went. over the top \ school has arranged tentative
immediately to Platfsburg, N. Y. :
\.'.. '.. interchangeable between them. in the Fourth War Loan Campaignby Auburndale Avon Park,
: games with ;
for his
I a special training course and
k;.. GAINESVILLE, Mar 1-Dr. J. R.f Another visitor at the meetingwas I more than $150,000, it is esti- \furlough plans were cancelled. Stuart, Fort Myers. St. Mary's, Miami
mated by C., V. Parkinson chairman
Neller, biochemist in charge of the William Wigton, Jr., a guest of St.. Teresa's, Coral Gables, St.
Everglades Experiment Station, is I I Shirley Bowdon. I of the Hendry County War Fi- 'Peter's and Paul's, Miami, Belle .'
nance committee, who has not yet I Millard F. Caldwell j
t.: being transferred to the Main Sta- 1| Glade, Okeechobee and Jesu, Mi
I I received official figures on the drive. i iI
:, tion in Gainesville for important ami.
I4i |
Governor Candidate
District Officer Is
Mr. Parkinson said ,
he believed
I ,
to for spring
;'::'" boils; chemistry studies, and Dr. [ Boys'expected :
I., : +,-- V, Allison will again take charge TI.'l Speaker at Ladies AidMrs. $640,000 went into the Fourth War I To Address 'Voters [ training .are Richard Pape, Bruce
bond sale in the entire
the Everglades Station ,on June 1, it i I I Beardsley, Buddy Poole, Martiu
"" I whose quota was $477,200. Waldron Junior, and Jack Martinez,
vas announced today by Harold I Glades county people will have
_, IMowry, director of. the University of I M. L. Haynes, district presi- The largest purchaser was United j an opportunity Saturday to meet and Melvin Torbert, Ben Bolton, Curtis

Florida Agricultural_ Experiment I dent of the Southeast Presbyterial States Sugar corporation whose hear Millard F. Caldwell, candidate Pullen, Dean Holland, Frank Conk

Stations I was guest speaker at the meeting of i $500,000 bond buy alone put the I, for governor. He will be at Clewis- ling, Gilbert McLeod, Johnny Sul-

.J the Ladies Aid Society of the Com- i county over the top. It estimated ) livan, Beryl Ingram, Louis Blount,
j was
Dr. Neller has been with the Ever- ton at 12 o'clock Saturday to
II I murfity Church. The meeting was j: that the "E" bond sales were 1 both David Thomas, Horace Brown, Ray-
:glades Station for the past 14 I many citizens as possible, ,
; years '
r i I held at the home of Mrs. F. E. Conk- approximatelY $12,000"short of thegoal' lie'" mond Trice, ,Russ Owen, Jack Davis,
'I )
and has been in charge of its activities I men and women. "The women,
ling yesterday afternoon: and Mrs. E. '' of $75,200 set, so Mr. and Mrs.: inter-; Charles Miner, Gene Bledsoe, Sam
for the past seven years. Director says, "have a very particular
3Iowry said that Dr. Neller had made ,I W. Durst presided. i Average Citizen in Hendry county ,est in who shall be governor of Florida j 1 my Young and Frank Harben. i
; Mrs. Haynes talked on the organization -
i did not purchase as many bonds as
important contributions to the vast next term Problems in which
research program in the Everglades.He I of Womens Associations and the government would have liked. they are vitally concerned have to be I Harris AnnouncesFor
!urged the local Ladies Aid group to J Other large purchasers were City "
become soils chemist'at the solved.:
I affiliate with the state group and become of Clewiston $30,000; ClewistonDealty Re-Election 't
Main Station 1 Womans J Caldwell will discuss some of the ,
a Association.
and Development corpora- r
Dr. Allison, at present head of ther' I Mrs. I. W. England, treasurer of j tion $1,000; and Clewiston Federal most important points in his program As County Judge
department of soils I for Florida. He has some!
I at the Main Station the Southeast Presbyterial and Mrs. i Savings & Loan Association $10- I II

is one of the country's leading C. G. Johnstone, were also guests at'. 000. These were all investment type definite proposals, particularly as to I :
.authorities the I schools, old-age assistance local R. M. (Bob) Harris publicly an-
on Everglades and its
the meeting; and spoke briefly to the t bonds. The First Bank of Clewis issue of the News ,
problems. He was soils specialist gathering. Mrs. Johnstone talked self-government- .and other subjects nounces
ton has made regular purchases of
r :there from 1926 to 1933, and in I Ion missionary education. J banks affecting the state. II III that he is .a candidate for reelection "
\, bonds but were not eligible Judge. He -
of County
f Charge of the station from 1929 to I to tho office
} The nominating committee made:I buy this time. Eight years in Congress, during the last lap of his first four '
1933. I its report and presented the tcill w-j which time he assisted in establishing is on .;"
Ralph M. Bishop organized the term and feels that the experience -
He was among. the early investi- ing slate of officers for the coming the present social security set- year time
of the finance
woman's: division committee gained over this period
gators to show the need for trace ele- year: Mrs. F. E. Conkling, president -, with Mrs. M. M. Prewitt as up, battled for preparedness and will valuable during the next,
ments in the organic soils of the ; Mrs. Gideon H. Brown, vice-,; other vital matters, and two sessionsin prove to '4
chairman. Solicitors to whom a four years, if the voters see fit ,
Everglades, out of, which researchhas president; Mrs. O. A. Jones, secre- the Florida legislature, have given I
great credit is due their faith- give him the opportunity. :
the tary; and Mrs. H. R. Hall ) Caldwell a of the complete
vast treasurer.
sprung agricultural development ,_ ] grasp with ;
drive Mrs. N.Pitzen honored
"' ful work in the are G. | In asking to be
In the The Society heard the of Florida picture.
: area. During more report
Charles Pirkle, Mrs. said, "I have madea
Mrs.: another term, he 'J
recent years he has taken the lead Mrs. Brown, as chairman of the I Charles Fuller, MrsPaul Bartz, I' Before he voluntarily left Congress -t sincere effort to conduct the affairs -
"Jn activities looking to the conservation spaghetti supper. It was voted to to Florida he was
return to
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. C. E. Bailey, I of the office in such a manneras t"
of Everglades soils. make a gift of $260 to the building I Mrs. W. L. Lott and Mrs. Gem honored by being sent to representthat to justify my request for another
Dr. Allison fund of the church; and also to purchase [ body at two international con- .
{ was loaned to the I Powers. Miss Frances Morgan, as- term, and if reelected, will continue
USDA Soil a reproduction of the "Headof I I ferences, The Hague, the ,
; Conservation Service from I sistant cashier at the bank and Mrs. one at to give the same conscientious and

1934 to 1936 and on his return to I Christ" and some appropriate pot- ( Jewel Lawrence, acting postmaster J other at Oslo, Norway.Registration efficient service. Your vote andsupport 1

Florida was made head of the department -I I jted plants for the church. I also did fine work in assisting the will be appreciated. Thank :
; of soils in 1937.' I There was a splendid attendance ,, campaign. { Books I 't '

-- :Jat the meeting, and refreshments I _* I :you.- county ....
.i, :Basketball Game provided by a hostess committee of ---- Back to LaBelle Monday Harris came to Hendry He was
twelve ago.
v :Mrs. A.V.. Lawrence, Mrs J. K. St. Patrick's Dance j some years

''Red Cross Benefit j I j Rogers and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, were engaged in business as a contractor in
-. j I'I served after the meeting At Sugarland Center i j Registration books which were before running for County Judge
i i i placed in the six precincts of Hen- 1940. During the years of his residence

The Moore Haven girls' basketball I I ii i CIKIlSTHIAII 1 CHECKI The annual St. Patrick's Dance, : dry county February 8 will be re- here he has made many

i' team and the Clewiston girls' I turned' to the office of the county friends in this section.

.team will play a benefit game on the Faton Field- and B. Jay Owen, i sponsored by St. Margaret's Church, i j' supervisor of registration, John L.

local court Friday" night.. March 10, from the office of the state com-\ will be given this year on March 17 .. Hall, in the courthouse March 6, FIRES ARE TiAD ,

-, the proceeds to go into the school'J missioner of agriculture, Tallahassee, at Sugarland Recreation Center which is Monday.All ---
Red Cross Fund. Admission will,be were in Glades county this week to Tickets will go on sale this week qualified persons who are not Files are burning in many muck is

r r, 25 cents. The Clewiston girls play make routine checks of cabbage and I end and special rates are being made* registered and who fail to do so 'in tions of the Glades. Some of

a fast, exciting game, and have won learn if an improper amount of in- I j for service-men. The dance is one I I, their respective precincts, may register burning but most of tinder-like the fires are by

7 out of 9 games this year. sectcides sprays had been used on of the most popular of the year and at the courthouse on weekdays vegetation made this

I cabbage. They found that growers IS attended by scores from neighing between March 7 and April 15, frosts. Traffic was held between up Ca

: 'k : The Red Cross War Fund drive is had not used such quantity as to affect -- .localities A splendid orchestrahas between the hours of 9 a. u. and 12 week on state road 25 Beach

you, so give all you possibly can. I the edibility ,of the cabbage. been engaged. '- nooH and 2 p. m. and 5. nal Point and West Palm


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... IS living
my sentiment, and
Some people just live socK 'rk g1- .i+.i iY'y by the blessing of God it

a. stiff narrow l IiTe i Status of Commonwealth J I n { .;S H2 I shall independence be my dying now''sentiment-and independence ......

And crosser end ORW EA ON

crosser they pert Worry to Mother CountryEngland I ster.To forever.-Daniel Web

If *. bomb blows them see what is right and not
Washington, D. C. to do it is want of courage.-
out their little.

straight tracks Wants Closer Cohesion of Domain; Kind hearts are the garden,
This{ war will]] te worth The fathers' draft has brought on Kind thoughts are the roots,
Lord Halifax's Statement Opens Controversial a new series of complaints about Kind words are the blossoms,
something< yet., "wasted manpower" in the armed Kind deeds are the fruit.

rtcoC'IVNu 00 ] Subject in Canada.By :% services stationed in the U. S. A. True valor lies half-way be-

a Pending a call to action, a feelingof tween cowardice and rashness.
idleness and waste becomes a -Cervantes. '

4 BAUKHAGE demoralizing factor. The men on The God who gave us life

News Analyst and Commentator. the home front generally suffer most gave us liberty at the same .-.:.
from the age-old service disease of time.-Thomas Jefferson.

Features. WNU Service, Union Trust Building, necessary for her strength. She "just waiting around."

Washington, D. C. wants a closer cohesion of the Com- The type of thing that happens in

One of the most beautiful build- monwealth. Lord Halifax made the the waiting period is illustrated ina

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT ings in Washington is the PanAmerican suggestion, not officially, and with confidential survey made at the ?"

Union with palm-and-parakeet- great restraint. naval dirigible station at Lakehurst, i;: ;t::, ":"'J9' M
sd patio, its great lily pond with an Earlier, Field Marshal Jan Smutsof N. J., which brought forth the following ':" ,'t.1I". >jt"
the Union of South Africa had facts. :
be- -"
ancient Inca idol idly dreaming () ;; >'
made a speech urging closer cooperation 1. The navy uses 100 to 115 men .
side its waters. =
CHICKS FOR SALE But there is one valuable object of the smaller European to handle a blimp when it lands, itA t=

i'art in the cellar, swathed in protecting countries with the United Kingdom.On whereas Goodyear handles the same
BABY CHICKS U. S. approved Pullorum whichis the Monday following Lord blimp with 15 civilians. '
tested. Barred Rocks burlap and excelsior .DIONNE.
New Hampshire
Reds. $14 per 100 postpaid. Red Cockerels not displayed. It is a chair which Halifax's speech, Prime Minister 2. As at many shore stations, duty
S8.S5. Write for lists. Seeley's Chick Mackenzie King was questioned con- usually consists of 24 hours then
Market, 211 Church St., Norfolk 10, Va.Nurses' matches a suite of 21 others which
stand around a great table in the cerning its meaning in the Canadian 24 hours stand-by (which means I
house of waiting around to if Q INTUPLEiS
!JaIl of the Americas, each of which commons. see anything
Training Schools_ oears the seal of a Latin-American King stated that he was sure the happens), then 24 hours liberty.
had been Then this is ,
speech misinterpreted
Many men
MAKE\ UP TO S25-S35 WEEK as a trained republic.The .
practical nursel) Learn quickly at home. the cellar has the that he had been assured that it was complain that the 24 hours of loafingat usellUSllRfll1
Booklet free. CHICAGO SCHOOL OF chair in
NURSING Dept. CW-2. Chicago.MISCELLANEOUS. jenial beaver, Canada's national pet, not the official attitude of the British stand-by could be used for some
government, but he also said it was constructive type of work.
Carved:: upon it. "unfortunate." He said further 3. More than civilians
chair is : 1,000 are
The news is that that -
threatening to burst out of its cere- "With what is implied in the employed to recondition ships at forCHES! COLDS

Story the World's Awaited\ from prehistoric ments and walk on its four legs up argument employed by both high rates of pay, while enlisted men To ,.. I
:, days! Synopsis 25c. War prophecy! these eminent public men (Hali- who could do the job and need the Promptly Relieve Coughing .
Revelation Mysteries explained! You'll be the cellar steps to its place at the and Make Breathing Easier
astonished! Box 2868, San Diego 12, Calif. fax and Smuts), I am unableto training lie around idle.
table. At the first signs which may warn of a
Two men, more than any others, agree." 4. A high wire fence, guarded ,by cold-the Dionne Quintuplets' chests
Want Colored 'Chutes for the restlessness Then he made this statement: armed sailors, surrounds Lakehurst. throats and backs are rubbed with
:are responsible
Burmese natives have asked the Df this piece of furniture. One is "In meeting 'world issues of 'Then, inside the fence, a marine to Musterole-a promptly relieve product coughs made and sore especially throat

army to use colored fabrics in tall, gray, dynamic Leighton McCar- security, employment and social guards the outside of each hangar. due to colds, to make breathing easier
'chutes that drop food and supplies thy, Canadian ambassador to the standards, we must join not only Then, inside the hangar, two civil- and break up local congestion in,,the.,

to troops on the Burmese frontier. United States. The other is Prime with commonwealth countriesbut ians also stand guard. upper Musterole bronchial brings tract.such wonderful relief

The natives use the discarded Minister Mackenzie King. with all like-minded states, 5. The Lakehurst commissary, because it's MORE than just an ordi-

cloth for clothing, and they are There probably never has been a if our purposes and ideals are which handles about 100 customersper nary"salve." It's what so many Doctors
to Our is staffed to handle about and Nurses call a modern counter-
: tired of white.FIRST. United prevail. commitments day,
time in history when the
these be It has 2 commis- irritant. Since Musterole is used on the
on great issues must 1,000. 10 clerks,
States and Great Britain have been Quints-you can be sure it's just about
:loser: m thought and action, despite part of a general scheme, whether sioned officers and 1 cashier. Any the BEST cold-relief you can buy!
they be on a world basis or civilian groceryman plus an assist- IN 3 STRENGTHS: Children's Mild
of difference in '
their points -
CHOICE Musterole for children and with
regional in nature. ant could easily handle the whole people r
peace time, than they are today. tender skin; Regular for ordinary cases
;, "We look forward, therefore, business. and Extra Strong for stubborn .
i OF MILLIONS But, paradoxically, it is some of the cases.For
to close collaboration in the interests Multiply Lakehurst's wasted man-
points of difference that have
F.: Nono faster. None surer. None safer. brought Canada nearer to the United of peace not only inside power by the navy's many other
:..: St.Joseph Aspirin-world's largest seller the British commonwealth, but shore stations and it runs into thou-
,: at 10i. Save most in larger sizes. 36 tablets States than Our Lady of the also with all friendly nations, sands of men. ONLY 10/Now
t. ,20i( ; 100 tablets only 35(5.( Why ever Snows has ever been before. The "
Demand small as well as great. Note: The men themselves are Less than
:: pay St. Joseph Aspirin.Misguided United States very nearly. occupiesthe
r. The Canadian press of all parties, not to blame. Most of them chafeat
position of an interpreter between
I. I told Canadian officials here want to action. ;
Iri;" the mother country and the domainon am by inactivity, see
....., bond showed a unanimity in supportingthe Effect on the Men.
but the
some points, great
Heck-What minister seldom witnessed One indication of how
were you and your between-the, Yanks and the Canucks prime significant
wife about in Canada. ... the is with
.;, quarreling ? I glutted navy manpower
... ie'i probably the simple, common
P. Peck-Well, she said a certain sense fact that we look upon Canadaas This means that since Canadian in- is in the bo'ot-training camps, designed -

f girl was beautiful, and I made the Rudyard Kipling (who once almost terests lie in this hemisphere to a to transform a civilian into a -

,(. s mistake of agreeing with her. became an American citizen) I, great extent, where hemispheric sailor. This training used to last, i h a dose -
'. solidarity is essential to the welfare three weeks. Now it has been run- Use only as directed.
wrote, (making Canada the speaker -
): of all of the nations concerned, it ning four months or more. And aft-

">,,- "Daughter am I in my mother's is sheer folly to keep a perfectly er finishing this boot-training, thou-
I ; sands of lie around for monthsin
house, but mistress in my own." good piece of furniture in the base- men
.1' t t ment of the Pan-American Union OGU's (outgoing units) awaiting

r,' The 'Tentative' that belongs at its natural place at assignment to a school or other ac-,

" That is why so many people in the table. "Won't you sit down, Mr. tivity.In Spoken LanguagesNot
Million rely on Grove'Cold Tablets Canada or the States were NOT McCarthy?" the past year, also, many en- counting minor dialects
for prompt eight active ingredient.They're surprised when the government in men come there are said to be 2,769 spoken
,' like a doctor preecrlptlon-that i*. Ottawa and the Canadian press re- Basis fOTIndustrial navy schools are being main- languages in the world. .
a multiple medicine. Work on all -
tained for the of
these usual cold symptoms at name jected politely but firmly what the mainly purpose
Cooperation ......
headache-body ache*- diplomats call a "tentative" put keeping them occupied.

ferer up with-naal this stuffiness.distress? Take Why Just Grove'put forth by Lord Halifax, British am- I Quite aside from any diplomatic Slump in Draft Quotas. "To relieve distress of MONTHLY*\ "

Cold Tablets exactly a*directed.Rest bassador to the United States a weekor : considerations, plain business men Most significant fact about the

Grove'avoid Cold exposure.Tablets-for Your druggist fifty year ha : so ago. and others interested in hemispheric manpower situation is that, all last Female Weakness

known to millions famous romo That is why so many people in the solidarity are considering a basis summer, the army and navy were
Tablets. Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com-
for Canadian-American industrial less than the of
getting quota men
United States and Canada who
Save Money Get Large Economy SluBetter ponder pound Is made especially for women
such matters WERE surprisedthat cooperation.The they requested from the draft- i to help relieve periodic pain with Its

Lord Halifax, undoubtedly with Institute of Pacific Relationssays boards, but did not complain. Few -due weak tired to functional, nervous, monthly blue feelings dis

the advice and consent of that frequent that Alaska, the Yukon, Mac- people outside government real- turbances.
: visitor at the White House, Kenzie Valley, northern British Columbia ized it, but even at the time the Taken regularly-Plnkham's Com-
pound helps build up resistance
1 t i
Winston Churchill, broached the sug- and Alberta constitute a vast fathers' draft was under vigorous against such symptoms. Here Is a
area of 'potential economic develop- discussion on Capitol Hill, the army product that helps nature and
gestion at all. (The fact that Mr. that's the kind to buy I Famous for
Churchill; said emphatically that ment: and navy were not complainingabout almost a century. Thousands upon
Maps of Moon Lord Halifax for him- "Air routes to Alaska and the the failure of draft boards to thousands of women have reported
was speaking _
benefits. Follow label directions. ...
We have better maps of some self, not the British government, nearest sources of supply for fill the quotas. Worth trying!

t parts of the moon's surface than merely proves-well, you know how military supplies, such as oil, lie During the first months of 1943, IYgIEtA '
E we have of some areas in the diplomacy works.) through or in the Canadian North- draft boards overfilled their quotas. COMPOUND

Polar regions. west. As an air route, the future of But in April, they began to slumpoff.
Lord Halifax had said
: the Northwest is assured. Over it In that month, the army-navy

"But what is, I believe, both ,lie the great. circle or near great asked for 334,000 men but actually AT FIRST '

GET desirable and necessary is that circle routes, and the economic I got only 299,000. This would not have $
AFTER RHEUMATIC PAIN in all ,the field of interests, com- routes between the densely populat-I been significant if it had occurred hi

With a Midiolns that rill Preys Hull mon to every part of the Commonwealth ed regions of Asia and North Amer- one month only. But in May, the GUSE666 ,

If you suffer from rheumatic painor -in foreign policy, in ica.' services asked Selective,Service for

muscular achesbuy C-2223 today defense, in economic affairs, in "There are mutual strategic and 303,000 men, got only 264,000. How- .'
for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1. colonial questions and in communications economic benefits in Canadian-Amer- ever, there was ''no complaint from
'Caution: Use only as directed. First
bottle purchase price refunded by -we should leave ican partnership for postwar devel- either the army or navy. 666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS

druggist if not satisfied. Get C-2223. nothing undone to bring our pea opment the Pacific Northwest." Again, in June, the services asked

ple into closer unity of thoughtand Exploitation of the natural resources for 320,000 men, but got only 283,000.In Bloodhounds
action. It may be that we in this zone can be devel- July, they asked for 355,000 but Bloodhounds have on
WNU-7 been known
8-44 shall find it desirable to main- oped, and is urged, through a close got only 289,000, only slightly more follow a trail 30 hours to-
tain and extend our present war- working partnership by the United than the June figure despite the fact

time procedure of planning and States and Canada. This would require that the quota requested by the

consultation, which itself adapted the pooling of information, tech- army and navy had been increased.In 'old.'i"

and extended the methods we nical facilities and the investment'I August, the army-navy request

practiced in time of peace. The of private capital (not public funds), dropped to_ 299,000, and the draft 1.ti

7: And Your Strength and question" admits of no easy an- This is the type of industrial cooper- boards supplied only 221,000 men, a I
swer. scant 75 cent of the number ",
Energy Is Below ParIt ation that has characterizedthe eco- per {
nay be caused by disorder of kidney Now let me say at this point, if nomic history of the two countriesin i asked for. In September, the army- t I l H'

function that permit poisonous there are any Fenians or their descendants the past. The comment continues: navy quota was 313,000 men, but
,,, people waste to feel accumulate.tired, weak For and truly miserable many in my audience, who thinkI "Already two great undertakingsin they got only 214,000 or 70 per cent NOW WEAR YOUR PlATES EVERYDAY !

when the kidneys fail to remove excess am stirring up anti-British feelingor joint defense and joint development of what they asked for. HELD COMFORTABLY SNUG THIS WAIT I
acids blood.and other waste matter from the echoing the anglophobia of the I are being carried out. Amer- However, at no time did the It's so easy to wear your plates an

iv You may suffer nagging backache, Colonel McCosmics, let them takeno icans built the Alaskan highway; armed services make any protest. day when held firmly in place by

1'r.rJ r. rheumatic fretting up pains nights, ,headaches leg pains,,.dizziness swelling., comfort from me. I am report- Canadians built the bases for the They seemed content to coast along formula.this "comfort-cushion" dentist's.

Sometimes frequent and scanty urina ing the attitude of a lot of good and air route it parallels and serves. with what the draft boards were giv-
don with smarting and burning Is an- i. Dr., Wernet's vent sore
other sign! that something i*wrong with loyal subjects of his Brittanic I The highway was an assurance of ing them. Powder lets gums.
the kidney or bladder. Majesty whose sons are dying for I the security of Alaska; the defenseof This was all during the period enjoy solid foods you small 2. Economical;
There should be no doubt that prompt amount-
treatment Is wiser than neglect. Use king and country.As Alaska was an assurance of the when the father-draft was under -avoid embar- lasts longer.
Doa medicine,,', Pill that*. Las It Is better to rely on a the years passed, Mother Eng- safety of Canada. The North Pacific serious discussion and when the ad- rassment loose 3.Pure,harmless, /' l

proval than on something won less favorably land voluntarily loosed the apron Planning project is a striking ex- ministration was taking a vigorous plates.Helps prepleasant tasting.I .
known.Doo,,',have been tried and tested strings that bound her far-flung fam- ample of international coopera- stand that fathers had to be drafted. Wvggi"-3-3Q4.Mooeybackllaot dlykedI '
many ears. Are at all drug stores.
t Get Doan s today.DOANS. ily to her. Willingly she bowed to tion and of ordinary common sense. What the answer is, no one quite

Kipling's verdict and accepted the American and Canadian interestsin knows. Highup army-navy officers I '
PILLS statute of Westminster, giving the the Pacific Northwest are joint probably know but won't talk. How- I

dominions their autonomy. Now she and inseparable, they can be made ever, the Truman committee may
wonders about that union which is to yield joint private profit." I ask some potent questions.

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; By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D. I The Questions 6. Who was the "Hoosier Poet"?
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
Released by Western Newspaper Union.. 1. Mexico is a federal republicof 7. What is the ancient name for
how many states? Southern. Greece?

1IIIIlllitiflllfJ 11I 2. What is the yearly salary ofa 8. Angora goats get their name
1 Lesson for March 5 U. S. senator? from a place in what country?

3. Which' one of Shakespeare's The Answers
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
and copyrighted by International characters said: "How sharper 1. Twenty-eight.
,. Luscious Desserts, Lynn Says permission.Council of Religious Education: used by than a serpent's tooth it is to havea 2. $10,000.

Springlike Salads thankless, child"? 3./}(ing Lear.
I Good Combinations: Contrast in JESUS URGES HIS DISCIPLESTO 4. In weaving, the threads that 4. Warp.

Please Appetites foods is an important factor in WATCH run the length of the goods are 5. Procurement officers figure 18
good menu building. Give your called what? pounds per man.
meat just the right vegetable and LESSON TEXT: Mark 13:3-10. 3137. 5. How many pounds of candy 6. James Whitcomb Riley.
GOLDEN TEXT: W.atch therefore: for
and salad and the only ye
I) : sauce ye know not when the master of the house per year does each man in our 7. Peloponnesus.
complaint ,you will get is that cometh.-Mark 13:35. fighting forces consume? 8. Turkey.
doesn't have
your family room

for all they could eat. God has a plan, and even now I
j Browned potatoes and brown when men seem to have turned .all First Machine Gun Used TRY OVERNIGHT CARE

gravy go with pot roast. Don't order into chaos, we know that God 80 Years Ago in Civil War FOR MISERABLE COLDS-
forget a tossed green salad.Dumplin'gs is working out His purpose. The important the way grandma did. She used mutton
are indicated with crisis in that plan of God suet she medicated herself to relieve
stew. Mustard pickles and mold- which we now await is the returnof The slang term for the first colds'! coughing and muscle aches. Now

ed fruit salad are perfect accom- Christ, His second coming.He machine-gun was "Coffee Mill." It containing mothers just old rub reliable on Penetro.mutton euet Has with base

r paniments. will come secretly to call His was used 80 years ago in the modern ecientifio medication added.

Delicious corned beef brisket is own Church, the Bride, to Himself, American Civil war. A few years 25c double supply 35o. Get Penetro .
: good with cabbage wedges, boiled and then He will come openly, in later, when the first FrancoGerman -

I' potatoes and mustard sauce. great glory, when every eye shall war began, the Germans
Baked sweet potatoes are a behold Him. Then His enemies found that the French had improved t
must with Boston Butt. A dish shall be confounded, and.His eternal the old Coffee Mill, and Indigestion

of applesauce and colorful Harvard kingdom be established.We were armed with the Mitrailleuse.Then Renered in 5 minutes or double money back f
beets do the right thing for look for His coming, but while came Sir Hiram Maxim'sgun. When excess stomach acid ransea painful.auffocat-
balance.A we wait (and it may not be long!) This was 'the first automaticM.G. lug prescribe ffu,sour the stomach faitest-actinff and heartburn medicines doctors known usually for

_ shoulder roast of lamb needs we are to occupy for Him until He The trigger was pressed to symptomatic Tablets. No laxatire.relief-medicines Bell-ans like brings tboeeln comfort Bell-ana In >

Mold the salad and give it new. the lightness of new potatoes, comes. Our lesson tells menI. fire the' first shot, and then the i jiffy to os.or SIC doable at all your druggists.money back on return of bottle

variety and interest. Strips of red brown gravy and fresh wisps'' of What to Expect While Waitingfor gun went on firing until the belt

and green pepper on the white of the asparagus.Save Christ (vv. 3-9)). ,. of cartridges was exhausted. The
Boers the first to this
cottage cheese make this mold, attractive Those Used Fats; First, we note that we are to expect were use
.dJ and the fresh vegetable salad Take Them to Your' Butcher. the coming of false teachersand gun in warfare, and at Magers-
"J ,., in the center gives unusual contrast false Christs, who will claim to fontein knocked out hundreds of
the Black Watch in few minutes.
be the fulfillment of the prophetic
moistened. Drop a spoonful of bat- When the war of 1914 ,broke. out

"'. Changes of season with their myriad ter in greased muffin pan, add a Scriptures.There have always been such false the Germans had thousands of I

of new fruits and vegetables in teaspoonful of marmalade, top with leaders who for the prominence or machine-guns lighter and more
with another spoonful of biscuit batter powerful than any formerly made.
,1, L'' season bring gain afforded them are willing to offer
,. them delightful and bake in a hot oven ((450 degrees) bewildered'mankind all sorts of

S : changes in menus 12 minutes. 'panaceas whereby it is supposed to

and perk up app Pork Chops Supreme. solve its problems: It seems that '.,.
I tites, but before (Serves 4) these men increase in numbers when ;
,, the new season 4 thick pork chops great crises, such as war come upon ; >
begins there's apt 1 green pepper the nations. Do not be misled by
I Ifto be dullness in 1 slice onion A Few Drops
I __ them. Just.because a man seems to
": :uI
. : i menus that puts ',4 crackers be devout and professes to be in-
, 17' appetites in a rut. Let's resolve Pinch.of poultry seasoning- terested in Christ's return does not

J there be no. such menu monotony 1 teaspoon salt make him a dependable teacher., Up Each Nostril Quickly Relieve '
; in any home when there are differ- % teaspoon pepper
Christ believers that
ent combinations of old favorites Milk
the end of tHe age there will be'
available. Grind together, green pepper, on- world-wide war, earthquakes 'in Head Cold Stuffiness
There's nothing especially new in ion, crackers and combine with oth- many places; and famines. Theseare

the ingredients for this salad, but er ingredients, using just enough to be expected, and will come. ,
they're in new combination-even to milk to moisten. Place, pork chopsin But here a word of caution is need-
the touch of watercress in place of baking pan and heap stuffing over ed. We must not seize upon present Specialized Medication Works Fast

S lettuce as background: top. Bake in a moderate oven (350 events and rush out (or into print) .
Cottage Cheese Salad. degrees) for- an,hour to an hour and. and tell people that "this is it!" Right Where,,Tronlle Is!

(Serves 8) a half. We should be alert in relating Grand relief from sniffly, sneezy, stuffy distress of head

": 1 package lemon-flavored gelatin ...,.___............&....,_._._.. _.u._____ world events to the teaching of colds comes fast as Va-tro-nol spreads through the nose,

r,. 1 cup hot water Scripture, but let us "make haste reduces swollen membranes-soothes irritation,
S. 1 cup pineapple juice slowly." But let no one assume that relieves congestion, helps clear cold-clogged nasal VIillS

;_ Strips of green and red pepper the need for caution justifies him in passages. Makes breathing easier- UA, IIPDA

f, 1 cup cottage cheese ignoring either the Word or world try it! Follow directions in package. \fAmv.nv
\ H teaspoon salt I events. We are to be alert, well

j Dash of' cayenne ''I informed, spiritual and ready.II. .

r Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Add What to Do While Waiting for .

\; pineapple juice and water. Chill until I Christ (v. 10). !! Preserve the American Way of Life

It. slightly thickened. Decorate mold Preach the gospel! That is our

; with strips of green and red,pepper. first and most important business. Buy United States War Bonds *

.. ,q. Combine pineapple, cheese, salt and Our Lord said that the whole world J;
a ,
cayenne. Fold into thickened gela- was to be evangelized before the
z tin. Turn into ring mold. Chill'' end came. Please note carefully
( until firm. U mold. 'Fill center with that He did not say that all nations 'c'syW4

I, 1 mixed salad and garnish with segments l\r\ will be sa ved, but that they will hear
of tomato and sprigs of wa- the gospel. q "SORRY BOSS
"' tercress. That is our responsibility-to see

(, Here's an old favorite with a.new to it that every nation has a full
twist: and free opportunity to hear the 'atc

t. Carrot Ring with Creamed Peas .and blessed gospel message.
.. Ham. There seems to be a revival of AHUNDnSDTODAY"
f' (Serves 6) Cherries make a colorful pie that interest in the work of missions now, '.
f. will make a feast out of any meal. and there are many.who believe that \
2 tablespoons butter
.: 2 or. substitute The pie pictured above is not justan at the close of this war almost the
tablespoons flour
milk ordinary cherry pie but one witha entire world will be open for Chris- I :
A_,..... Bi' % teaspoon cup salt jellied custard ,filling resting underneath tian missionaries. This will prob-
those cherries. ably be true for a limited time only] { W't ,
2 separated .. .,
eggs, S :''S .4N ': :
business of the
and it is the urgent
2 cups grated carrot Potatoburgers.Serves Church now to prepare the mission- t, ,
Melt butter, blend in flour. Cook ( 6) aries who will then be needed. 4'I '
until slightly thickened then 1 pound hamburger :.
.-: add And in the meantime we shouldall
milk and salt. ( 2 cups coarsely grated raw potato about the allimportantmatter I :
:-. Stir until blended i1t? ,- /i cup onion, coarsely grated be busy ____
teaching and preachingthe _
and thickened.Add _'i''S-\) 1 teaspoons salt of ____
beaten i ::r" V teaspoon gospel. It is the best prepara.
yolks and grated egg {. / % cup fatCombine pepper tion for the coming of Christ and k I- .....
carrot. Fold in all the thing we would want to be doing \ .
/ ingredients, mixing when He comes.
., stiffly beaten egg well. Shape into patties and fry in i
whites. Pour into G hot fat until well browned all III. How to Live While Waitingfor

greased mold, set in a pan of hot "Can she bake a cherry pie?"over.the Christ (vv. 31-37)). SORETONEIDON'T

water. Bake in a' moderate oven young man would ask of his bride- There should be an air of expect

(350 degrees) for an hour. Turn to-be. That pie is still good and ancy constantly characterizing the LET aching muscles keep
soothes fast withyou
out on platter and fill with creamed you'll like this variation of the origi- Christian. We are looking for Some- off the job-if SOUETONE can
leftover ham and peas. nal theme: one-yes, a very definite and glorious
help. Soretone Liniment contains *
: A
4 .5 Fruited Drop Biscuits. Cherry Custard Pie. One-our Lord Himself.We when .He 'will methyl salicylate, a most effective C 0 1D HI;K
. do not know
(Makes 18 coldheat
biscuits) 1 package cherry flavored gelatin pain-killing agent. Soretone's
. is matter hid-
come (v. 32)). That a action comfort
2 cups sifted flour 14 teaspoon salt speeds blessed,
3 teaspoons V/i cups boiling water den in the eternal counsels of God ing relief. ACTOON
; :'f( :, baking powder secret into which
the Father, a an-
2 ,
-:-> t/i teaspoon salt eggs separated
; gels do not pry, and which even the 1. Quickly Soretone acts to enhance
:!; : 2 to 4 tablespoons shortening V2 cup sugar local in cases of
: .
know. Why then do
did not
:z.:',.: ,.; 6 tablespoons marmalade 2 cups cherries, canned Son
b: .' L \ 1 baked pie shell foolish men attempt to learn it? Beware :. 2. Check muscular cramps. MUSCULAR LUMBAGO
... Sift together flour, baking powder Dissolve of any man who sets a date 3. Help reduce local.lce1lin .
gelatin in
= .
boiling ':
f':. -.,!. and salt. Cut or rub in shortening. Add wa- for Christ's return or for the end of OR BACKACHE
salt. Pour
'! Add enough milk to make thick bat- egg yolks which have gradually been over the age. He is setting himself up 4. Dilate surface capillary blood due to fatigue/ tr*xpoiurMUSCULAR .

\! ., ; ter, stirring only until flour is well with Vz cup of sugar. Mix beaten well. as being superior to Christ, and you vessels. PAINSFor

.' Add 1 cup'of berries to gelatin mix- can be sure that he is an impostor.We fastest action, let dry, rub in due to soldsagai
ture. Chill until thickened, then do not know the day, but of .. There's only one Sorctonc-
:, Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving into pie shell and top with remain pour. the fact we are sure. Christ is com insist on it for Soretone results. SORE MUSCLES
So are to be watchfulas *. A bottle $1. due to overwork
Menu ing berries. Chill until firm. If desired ing again we 50 big only ,
we wait. God has not called us MINOR SPRAINS
4% Pork Chops Supreme whites.top with meringue made of egg to stand idle, looking for the dawn __________________

.'., Mashed Potatoes Spinach Loaf ing of that glorious day. We are to I : '----- --- I
-. Carrot-Raisin Salad 'Are you looking for salad ideas? Senda be about His business, but every- -
S Fruited Drop Biscuits stamped, self addressed envelope to where and always, wide awake and I I I 'EE- *Though applied colil. Tilbe-
:S., *Cherry Custard Pie Miss Lynn Chambers at Western News. looking for Him. =-S.---=-. faclent ton'ct IntredlonU Ilk* hCeS to In menu Sow-
paper Union, 210 South Desplaines Street, That kind of a believer (and all -- :.-.- the iiiperflcUl suppLy of
and Indue
blood to tho area
Recipes Given
.: I Chicago 6, Illinois. believers should be that kind) will "and McKesson makes it" -z5 a gloving toot of warmth.r .
Released by Western Newspaper!: Union. I "
pray. We are to "watch and pray.

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POLITICAL :--:0--(0.o---:..:......:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. '....
The Clewiston News $50,000 ADDED FOR

Published every Friday in Clewiston, i IMMOKALEE ROAD ANNOUNCEMENTS REGISTER. NOW tr tr.i


.. .:.
I hereby announce my candidacy for : '- -
TO HENDRY CO. LINE reelection to the office of County,Judgeof .y. .. .
Entered :as second class mail matter Hendry County subject to tho demo- : :
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In cratic primary in :May. I have made I ::: '
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of a sincere effort to conduct the affairsof Every person in the county who can :;:
March 3, 189,7.Subscription The fund for surfacing a part of I the office in such a manner as to
I Justify my request for another term, :;: qualify is URGED to register if not already j -
road No. 164 in Collier county from and If reelected, will continue to give j ::

Rule-:.:>O Per Year Iramokalee to Hendry county line I the same conscientious and efficient will k: registered .'in order to vote in the '
was increased from $74,314 to service. Your vote Thank and support ;: : ,
be appreciated. you.
Rates On Application. li
$124,814 by taking $50,000 from' (Paid Political R. :M.Advertisement.(COB) HARRIS.) I :_: coming' May primary. ..;-.-
funds that had been set up for worl]: r .i. .:.

Devoted to the advancement and welfare Ion road 199 in Palm Beach county FOR COUNTY CODU'SIOJEJlDISTRICT I :i: Books willremain in the six precinctsin ::
of Clewiston and Hen ry County. at the meeting of the State Road De- NO. 1 '
---- partment held at Ocala the first of candidacy + Hendry county until March 6th, after :::

this week. The $50,000 so trans- for This re-electlpn will announce to the office my of county I :;: which registrations will be taken in the :i:
ferred had been found to, be more commissioner, district number 1, sub- :
NATIONAL EDITORIAL I.than needed for the Palm Beach ject cluding to' the my:May second primaries.term-In J. am this con-ca- ::t;:: County Supervisor's office in the _court ': : :, :!: ", ,.

I 194J- _ASSOCIATION I county job.Highlands. county presented six pacity of my this and record time.invite as a your careful commissionerfor inspection' :.: house, through April 15th.1 ; ;::

,r projects to the State Road Department -, Your vote and support will be ap- '. -,- -y
I ,. but the Sebring paper says preciated., GLEN E. ETHERTON. I.I .f;. Be SURE you are ,properly, registered ', i iI

the repair of old road 67/from- (Paid Political Advertisement.) then be SURE -
to vote.
I / I + : .:.
j I Glades' county line iinrtli tn the Intersection I- .
CHEMTJKGY AND THE FLOIUDA' I : fJ state: toad: 8 at Lake FOR SIIRRIFF; :i: :!:

:EVERGLADES J Annie was not included. N. B. :i: This Is A Most Important Election :!: .
I wish to announce that I am a can-
has Jackson, in whose district is a sec- I didate for the office of Sheriff of Hen- ::: '" .:i:
Chemurgic research broughta I tion of the roadt went to the Ocala dry county subject to the democratic h
new industry, sweet potato starch,'I) primary of :May 9th. 'elected, I will I .. .:. fC _
meeting to urge its inclusion but I conduct the office In an efficient and I
to Clewiston. Before the close of this I there is no report on what success I business like manner to the best in- =i= Democratic Executive :: "j:
:year it is hoped the,starch house will : I terests of all., Your vote and support :
he had. The road is in bad ;'will be greatly appreciated. ..
be in full operation and chemurgywill tion, having been torn in-' ', ?..
up by H. H. (MACK) McCALo.:
: be definitely a part of our war !creased traffic of army trucks. and I! (Paid Political Advertisement.) 5 r: CommitteeOf ': _:
well of post-war : **"
effort as as ,our .
heavy vehicles. i II / !
world. I j i ij"Clewiston r FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER .. :.i

As C. T. Revere recently broughtto Wins- :I DISTRICT NO.3. :!: ", Hendry County :;:

the, ,attention of readers of The W. N. (Bill) Stallings announces his ..:.." ............ .... .. .................. .. .!.
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Chemurgic Digest, Carlyle, in his I --- candidacy for the office of county :MNNN: : : : : : : : : : : : :NNNNNN: : : : : : : : : : : :-: :NN: :NNMNNN:NNNN:NMNN N:l
commissioner for district No.3. Hendry'County.
notable essay on Voltaire "called I (Continued from page 1) 'I Florida. He has been a resi-
attention to the tendency to exag- al as ,required by the laws of 1943, dent of the county since Its creation
and is deeply interested in its progress.He
gerate current upheavals and impartto attorneys said.- I hopes to have the opportunityand -" ,.,
them a permanent, catastrophic Defense Attorneys, Parker Holt! pleasure of 'serving you, and will
do it to the best of his ability.He .
significance! that utterly ignored the; 1 and R. A. Henderson of Fort Myers, will appreciate very your vote and
humble beginnings of developmentthat ;I I representing G. E. Etherton, Clew support in the May primary. Millard Caldwell
(Paid Political Advertisement.)
gradually was to shape the future iston ,commissioner, argued that
of the race." As an illustra- the word "state" appeared more than I'I --
tion he brought up the picture of once, elsewhere in the act and there-,
Tameraline riding with his Tartar fore it was immaterial that it was I wish to announce that i am a can- Candidate forfiOVERNOR
nordes' around the pyramid. of 70,000 left out on the suggested form of the I didate for reelection to the office of
Sheriff of Hendry county at thft nri-
human skulls at the 'gate Damascus' I. ballot and on the ballot submitted mary election in May. I have tried to
while the world ,seemed to be in its to the people, also that the proof conductthe office in a manner to jus-
tify another term, and I will appreciate -
death throes and the sun was set- I was recorded in the House Journal your vote and support.
ting in seas of blood. even if not in the Senate Journal. BILL MADDOX. .
"Yes, as Carlyle points out, on I They cited'laws of previous years in// (Paid Political Advertisement.) +

that very gala day tof Tamerlainp one of "which it was specified that I .... Will Visit -
the the proof of publication must be -- -0--
a boy was playing nine-pins in j I -- ELECT
streets of Mentz. Those movable recorded in the House Journal or I
types of Johannes Faust laying the I' Senate Journal,' "as the' case may I II i I CLEWISTON 1
I be.
foundation of printing were destined |!
to shape the thoughts of mankind j!! Before leaving Judge Whftehursfs I

while Tamerlaine and his shaggy .chambers Attorneys, Treadwell and f "
demons of the wilderness were to be I Robbins, gave notice of intention to' on ,

buried in the unread pages of his- I file an appeal to the supreme court.
tory." The hearing lasted from 2 to 4:15.

,Bow ,closely those observations Those present from- Clewiston' were a ,t Sat. March 4
parallel our situation today! Mrs Etherton,' Carl E., Berner and i i ,
Fred 'Slkes. Those from ,LaBelle I
Soon! the "bloody footprints of I I
these strutting warlords" .shall be were County Attorney H. A. Rider, I AT 12:00 NOON' '
will'I Mr. Burchard, J. O. Davidson and : : ;
shrouded up and ,chemurgy I -
George Poole. I
emerge from its almost unnoticed I I
beginnings to lead the world in in- ... .
dustrial progress. I:! best serve this program by helping I I > ".. '-. l ,' : He is anxious' to meet as many Citizens

Closely identified with the phenomenal I I the farmer keep his trucks, tractors t'I as possible to discuss his program for Florida.
growth that is certain to ;and farm machinery in fighting trim, !! G 9R-- \
take place, this starch house at' and free from rust and dirt. Our !,! ,
Clewis ton may well be the leader in drivers have been trained to assist
the miracle' performances of che- you in caring for :your farm machinery Meet UimYou'll Like Him

murgy in providing work and pay and preserving its life. In \VlLLI\EEP FAITH WITH YOU

envelopes for an industrial army thatis II II addition, each tractor operatorcan It

being constantly recruited. I secure from our driver a free Wartime (Paid .Political :Advertisement.) .....
Maintenance Manual, that wilr ---- -
During the past year a large I I
amount of time has been devoted to help you keep your farm machinery

Chemurgic possibilities .of the sweet I( 'Fit and Fighting.' I hope our' farmer THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
potato and has resulted in increased I;i friends will take advantage of ,.. _, ,
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interest i this service, and call the Stand- .. < ':
in that industry in connection II on >,! t '
s] r rI'
with the further utilization of ard Oil man for any service he can
sweet potato products.By I render, In keeping their trucks, j

Mrs. Eugenia Nichols II I tractors and. machinery on the job." I' ,
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1'' Democrat Committee. I ,

Sets Assessment Rate I FARM WORK tfy ,

(Hendry -County News) ,

The Hendry County Democratic : CREATES
Executive Committee in session Saturday -
i iI
night at the courthouse '
a filing? fee of 2 per cent of CITY JOBSI I :
the annual compensation of the office _
sought by candidates. "

,. Eight of the ten members rep- I \
resenting the five districts were -. ,;. :.
present. They were M. N. Taylor, .
chairman, Mrs. S. L. Stewart, secre- ,' ,:-
tary-treasurer, Mrs. Margaret Reeves, .; } ., \-

Mrs Jane Walker, Carl Berner, E. \ ( ; > ; :: I .:
L. Stallings, M. J. Bush and Lub- '

bert Coleman. -, t' 'r

Absent members were :Mrs. H. L. I ( : ., : ,_ ; .

DeLaney, vice-chairman' and Mrs. -r k : ;. .
Agnes Thomas. I : : i" 7

U. S. Asks Farmers To I .) : \\ 1' ,_iI

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in -" 'u '
Plant 16,000,000 Acres person farm work ''yr \ i
creates jobs for two others, : N -

More Than Last Year such as grocery clerks, sten !:';; '14\ :
: P .
ographers, barbers, salesmen, ; : ;
;;. which etc. Thus- 50,000 on-farms, .0''t: :\ f : .
Standard Oil Helps in Program ToKeepFarm is easily feasible, ;
means jobs for another 100,- ,
"Fit ,
I 'I> '" '
This man has PROVENhe \ '' '

and Fighting" WORK.knows how to CREATE if "' ''"Somethin' special catch_-your' eye, in the '"It all goes to prove what I've said time and f

"Food Fights for Freedom," and I paper, Judge?" timeagainChet..prohibitiondoesnotprohibjt."Sure _,
every American farmer has been ELECT ERNEST R. / did, Chet...an-article here telling It's been tried in this country 47 times in '

asked to do his share in plantingand about prohibition in India being written the last 33 years and discarded everywhere ,

cultivating the 16,000,000; acres I f I' off by the Madras government as a dismal except in three states. Was, found to be a "

that are needed over last year's GRAHAMThe failure after a three-year trial. They found failure and abandoned in Canada,. Norway,

record total. I out that enforcement was ineffective and Sweden, Finland and Russia, too. 1 I 1 S
With farm labor short, every,pieceof ALL-FLORIDA that there was a steady increase in "Samethinghappenseverytimeassoon '

farm machinery must be kept in legging and other violations of the law which as /ego/liquorisvotedout' liquor with'

the fields working, if this goal is to GOVERNOR. increased penalties failed to check. its crime and corruption moves right in."
be reached. ,
"Our organization," says J. A. ..'

McGehee, local agent of'the Standard Paid Political Adv. I ADVERTISEMENT'.[ This advertisement sponsored by Conference of Alcoholic Beverage Industries, Inc.
Oil Company, "felt that we could _
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'(..: ..:KKM><..:MM"MKMM:..!MMMKKTERSONAL ..:..:(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. I f with Father Sydney David Mason In''I' callers. His latest letter to Jewel I FOR SALE-Size i 16 21

( charge. says that Larry Nash dropped in to ,
'.' I Lenten services are being held see him the other day.
.a'i !1 jewel Hamilton railroad '
each Thursday at 8 p. in. during :
Lent; the services to culminate !: Staff Sergeant A. D. Frith, tf the watch
j md SOCIETYMrs. I 1
Good Friday. Marines who was in the Pacific area, new. r

: Y f ;. The public is invited attend all wrote his dad that he was in the Box 6725 r
T I Clewiston.
2p :
of these services. I Marshall invasion. He 'says "I hop ,

...-___..___..___..___.._._...___....._.__._.......__._.........,__.......__...._......n.n. ,.r.... . ., T. . ...../NN111. ...N.. i CLEWJSTOX COMMUNITY I you because haven't for quite worried a while,about I could me, Dad not, ,- ... ,.y...

Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez ,was, a busi than two years, during which, Mrs. CHURCH write. I am perfectly OK, however, ,

ness visitor in Fort Myers Monday" Robbins has been engaged in defense I 11n fact, I am enjoying the very best Fish Camp 1"Johnson's
work in various locations. SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 1944 i i of health. Don't worry about me, ;

D.: G. Alston made a business tripto r- Sunday School 9:45 a .m., Dr. C. I for I will be all right, and will write (Near Hurricane Gate) .
E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor : again when Clewiston, Fin. ;
Tampa:. Wednesday, I can. ,
Billy Prewitt leaving Mondayfor I
all ages.Morning Boats and l\fotors-Gui e Service! ,.=
Miami where he will enter the I t I
'Miss Louise Hollings.worth of Navy, having recently volunteeredfor Worship, 11:00 a. m. A Also in the Pacific is T. J. Akin, Rates Reasonable" 'J
Belle Glade spent the weekend here nursery for young children" is con- who has been promoted to Gunner'sMate \V.. II. Johnson, :\hr. <;j
enlistinent. Ho is here visitingMr. I -
ducted-by the Mothers' Club at the first .. .
visiting friends. '' and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, after : j
Community Center. t
attending school. in Hattiesburg,. in'God" 1 "j:5
"Our Belief is the theme
,. '., '. Mr.' and Mrs. .L.-\Ioon. and Mississippi, for the past three years 'of the minister's sermon. This is I Louis Wethington nad the good ..11....................'....'...........-..................'.....'..........'..... (
family spent the weekend in West fortune, to )die sent to Miami Beach .... '--::
one of a series dealing with some ,
Palm Beach. I I for part of his training 'after he ;
Mrs. E. W. Durst is leaving tomorrow of the great. beliefs of the Christian .
went into the but
Army, almost the -
to few weeks in
I spend a religion. I
:Mrs. W. II. .Lanier, Mrs. Flora first stop was the hospital where he ..
Miami with Mr. Durst, who is em :You are cordially invited to wor-I 'I
i Dean, Mrs. E. C. Mills' were visitors i ployed on 'a defense -project there. ship with us. had his tonsils removed last week.Cor'a Want to learn .
in Fort Mae went down for visit
.; Wednesday Myers. I I Miss Pearl Lund is accompanying a dur-
I ing the, time he was convalescent, so
her and will return after the week FlItS1n.PTIST CHURCH
Mrs. Glen Etherton and daughter, I j''end.I i perhaps even the tonsillectomywasn't .
IL C. Meador, Pastor :
? Glenda Sue, returned Monday from, I so bad. a skill ? ;
t, .
a visit with relatives in Miami. 1
Inez Sunday School-9:45
Mrs. Suggs and baby daughter I a. m.
Doris, of Dunedin;; are leaving Morning' '\Vorship-11 : 00 a. m. Pat McGehee and Kenneth Chafin
rjr Mr. and Mrs. W.' C. Prewitt and j write from Memphis that have
I I I i they
f today after a visit with her sister j Training -6:15 in.
family were visitors in West Palm
passed n
all and
j I Mrs. Robert Rainey. Mrs. Rainey j I I'I Evening Worship, : 30 p. m. .
i 1
Would radio
Beach Saturday. [ examinations .(even mental you like to bo a i
i A cordial invitation I II
accompanied her as far as Sarasota extended. .
'I operator, .a skilled stenograph
-- ] Pat) for their acceptance into the
1 : I and is spending the week end with to people of all denominations to
Miss Dory Martin of Buffalo, New I" I with : .I Army Transport, Command. They er, an airplane mechanic, flJx: '0 ,
relatives there. worship our people each Sun-
I York, is the guest of her sister; I :j day. A special invitation is extended -|I will undergo flight training so they expert driver? ":'2,..
A. R. Drink and family. 1\lrs'l I will be able to do their the '
BKIDGE CLUB XOTES i[ to men in service. Every- piloting In the Women's; Army Corps :"ti
-- body should attend church somewhere -. army way, .before being assigned to you have a chance to get val. .a&
D. A. Madry of Sarasota was a .
business visitor in Clewiston Mon I Mrs. G. B. Thomas won first prize I each Sunday. Get the 'church I regular duty. uable. Army t.training training, '-:; ;

/ and Mrs. R. C. Wilson cut prize at habit. YourSoul 'needs the bless that may pave the way to bigger- :. "
day. I the Wednesday bridge club meetingat I I ings obtained at Worship. i RATIONING pay, better jobs after the war '
I '
the home of Mrs. Keathley Bow- Special Announcements-The re-I ,
:. Mr. and CALENDAR TADAY find out al all the :
"- Mrs. F. E. Conkling, den. First prize was a pair of bird vival services oi>our church will begin I out /
.. Frank and Eddie Conkling wefe I WAO offers "Qu-the interesting :
figures and cut was a glass vase. March, 26. Rev. Jas. W. (Sun- ---- :
visitors in West Palm Beach Satur I jobs, the chance to meet :1
I The hostess served 'strawberry short- shine) Jelks, evangelist, will con- MEAT BUTTER ETC. .
day. : duct these services. I new people and jsee new places ,
cake and coffee to Mrs. Ralph I Watch for fur-j I Book 3 brown stamps Y and Z
Bishop, Mrs.. F. E. Conkling, Mrs. J. ther announcement. to help your country. :
March 20 book 4 red .
Mrs. J. W. Adkins and :Mrs. S. C. W. Ezelle, Mrs. Carl Johnson, "The man who had 'his head 1 I good ;
Mrs. chipped APPLY at U. S. Re XI-
Stalls of Moore Haven stamps A8, B8 and C8 good for ,,10 any Army
spent Sunday
H. R. Hall, Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. off" will be considered at the
:' afternoon and evening with friends points through May 20., Red tokens cruiting Station. Or write: TheAdjutant .
I here.. Wilson. mid-week service this next Wednesday worth one point in change. General 4415 .Munitions -'

r: ,. _....- ,IVES at 8 p. m. Our prayer services (Meat grades: A Aor choice, AT I Bldg., Washington 25, .... 1
BOB BEHNEIt are inspiring and' helpful in your I "
; Mrs. M. W; Bigg, Mrs. R. Y.: Patterson WEINER ROAST TUESDAYBob Christian life. Be with us'> this 'or good, B or commercial, C_ or r} D. C. ;: :.)

Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs. I week. Bring a friend." utility, D or cutters and canners.) /Women( in essential war industry ., >-t

H. A. Bestor, Mrs. E. C. Mills and I Berner 12 son of The auxiliaries of the W. M. S. FRUITS, JAMS: : ETC. I must have release from i
...-. Mrs. Carl Berner were visitors in' year old will meet as follows: The G. A. Book 4 coupons K, L and M valid their employer or the U. S. Employment -, 1
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berner, celebratedhis
Fort Myers Thursday. birthday February 29th witha girls will meet, at the"church Wed- through March 20; A8, B8, C8, DS'I Service., ) t 4

weiner roast on at his home. nesday at 3:30 p. m. All, girls be and E8 good for 10 points through I ,Y
Mrs. E. A. McKenzie of Arkansas!' present., The Sunbeams will meetat May '20: Blue tokens worth one "

and- Mrs. Agnes Glenn of Miami left Enjoying the occasion were Ann the 'church at '3:30 p. m. Mothers point jn, change. i ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:.:..: .. ',:i
Monday after visiting for several Winnie, Grace Ward; Rachel Miner; see .that your children between ... ""'''-tI j
days with Mr. and. Mrs. W. I. Law- Anne Prewitt, Shirley Owen, Jo Ann I
of 4
ages through 8 have this
opportunity -
and' family. Crouch and Carline Berner, and
to learn of missions and
1 I.David Twiddy, Skippy Cothern,
] enrich their lives with Bible stories. F U G NIG 0 RAM By Peters II j jf .
I Today's
Richard B. Owen, U. S.. <''Navy, Ronald Hare, Charles Miner, Harry The executive committee of the I
came up from Coral Gables wherehe Vaughn, Kay Bowden, Jimmy Johnson -
W. M. S. will
meet at the church at
'is. a. V-.12 ,student at the University ;: Bub ,and Gene Mills. r i
iI '; .. __. 3:30: pm Friday. All ladies who
if .L-
of Miami'and spentr I
the ,weekend
: are officers :are requested to .tome.v .
here with his, parents, ,Mr. ,and. EPISCOPAL. SER'ICESMISSION.
Mrs. W. ,C. Owen. OF ST. JOHX !; ; 5::? h' < Our chief aim is to keep

(r .. trouble. -
e: ; ;/ t you out of" car

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robbins and TJiere: will be Episcopal services I N vv 1.NNN11/ NNIINN111 N1 M If ti does occur, call us day

;: son, Vollney, have returned to, Sunday morning, March 3rd, at, 8 I i;;' t c> or night.

': Clewiston, after an absence of moro a.. m. in the Community ,Church,

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ONE DAY ONLY was only trying to !keep out of jail, and he .

.' .. .................. ... .. .. arrested me for Resisting and Officer." ./
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Our first WAG to serve overseas
t '
will Shirley Hunter, whose Clew-
: Original iston News has gone to her throughan :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:.:( .
-. A. P. O. number for three is- :r

'r;: -' .SLAS REEW( : H i sues.landed other that Clewiston It's safely troop likely in convoy folks England.she: was were that a Probably has along memberof just in *. CLEWISTON J' 1 1j

: ,
other ships also.. :

r From NEW ORLEANS Hub Spooner' I i; still S in' England' ,''j']I i j J] GOLF COURSE. I

I -the first definite news w 'ye- had 1,, X.i.

...... of him ill time from his
.' :-""' (' :;OJi"--'b. '!'L"7: o: '\::. 7i'i! _, .. some came t ;
"" -.r..iI:>::: ; .i. ;, ..
I wife who sent his renewal subscription. ,. .'- '-- -r
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She says Hub doesn't like -," {. !
All This .. .
New Year .1 England any too much., but seems to I ..+.. --.'," .,''".., ''. ;..

;' I be in good health and( getting along I .;.

Largest, Best Equipped and Most Favorably OK.United No States place to-.the&e will look boys like and from the I :i; Ideal Weather for Your 5:

Known Show of Its Kind on Earth I their letters home, no place in the i
U. S. A. will look like Favorite Exercise :' .
I I Clewiston.// 4;:
Hub mentions the "News", 1 ty

Always' a good clean sho\v I IR1t every: letter, his wife said, and he is y y

'i still very much interested in what's .::::. ...................'.......................................... .t.: t
r going on in the old home town. :. tj..
;, >4.' : I Clewiston is l looking forward to hav '':. -' ':':.

= : ing Hub here again after the war is ::: 'I:>--: -r: Good Greens :

over. I :
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r Watchfor StreetParade Elbert Hooker' who is serving'' iuj I x ,'_ . .
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: ,
the Pacific with the Navy has been : .I.1. .NNNNN111. . .NIINI. IINN111 ,:'
promoted to 2nd class petty officer,+j If.

: 1I;::' ''''' 1-u.--: : ,.. ......1 =Y ::L!<'... .,..,....> lad of about,the same age'in India f. Meet'. Your Own. ,Friends There

: General AdmissionCHILDREN with the army, has achieved thE: rank. I

I of sergeant. : t
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....' . .' . . 35c j Lawrence Guthrie, who enlisted in"I .:... fi) ., '- .. '
. the Nav;with Elbert, has had a Ii
ty. ADULTS . . ; .75c .1 of "nerves" and is in 'a Naval Hospital -I 'i. .

Includes Tax in Pearl Harbor. One of his ; ... ','.
( I
,Ic regular visitors is Art Lawrence. ; YEARLY MEMBERSHIP
:: .
Art has been stationed at the I

t' Back the Attack Cross-roads of the Pacific almost
Buy More Bonds I ever since he has' been in service' i DAILY GREEN FEES

know and since where most he of is the, he Clewiston has frequent boys,..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:.....

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Last John Got ChanceTo BLACK ft .r : ,. _z.I1'2

jt \
; 'Be Side-Seat Driver 'VL'/"V'.lq.l.l' /

in 'iYfA SOMBRERO ) !i "4'.JI: fd
The wife was busily engaged I i'Iri4f/ei1i'/i: %zf (
sewing an apron when her husband "

drew his chair up ,beside I ',I, \by CLIFFORD KNIGHT 'V SERVICEElsa Yes, What?

her sewing machine. "7 say, waiter, is this peach or apple
"Don't you think you are run- Chatfield, Hollywood artist, Is cut "Who was it?" pressed Rogers. Somebody sure as heck croaked thai pie?" '
ning too fast?" he said. "Look off from the will of her Aunt Kitty, who "I'll tell you who it was, Hunt," old gal back in Pasadena. But why "Can't you tell by the taste?"
out! You'll sew the wrong seam! died from an overdose of morphine. Barry Rumble's voice replied: "I can see does Reed Barton want to lie about "No""Then
Mind that corner, now! Slow down, Madison, an amateur detective, and she don't want to tell. But the guy it? I ain't wrong. I'm not lying. what difference does it make?"
professional go
Hunt Rogers a
'watch your fingers! Steady, now.I to Mazatlan, Mexico, on a yacht cruise passed me down the walk a little I saw him; and I don't forget a Sentimentality is no indicationa
tell you you're going too fast!" with Margaret and DwIght Nichols. Arriving ways, where a street light hit him face. He acted like he was scaredto warm heart. Nothing weeps

"What's the matter with you, there they find that Elsa and her full in the face." I glanced' at Mar- death-runnin* down the side more copiously than a block of ice.
John?" said his wife, alarmed. party have preceded them by plane. They garet. I thought that she was aboutto walk. I think he got into a car down
"I've been running this machinefor dine at the rancho of Elsa's father, Sam faint; her eyes were on Rumble, around the corner that night. Because Bit of Both?

years ,and don't need you to Chatfield, whom Rogers questions about fascinated, hypnotic. Rumble took there was one pulled out ir "1,,see this medicine is good for
tell me how now!" Us visit to his sister Kitty, in Los Angeles his time realizing'that he held the about the time it would take for him man or beast."

*' "Well, dear," replied, the hus- Chatfleld, the addresses night she his died.guests Later on the Sam sub spotlight. Finally he. said, "It was to' run there, get in and drive off." "Yes," said the druggist.

band, "I thought you might 'like ject of Kitty's death, and,asks that Rogers Reed Barton." "Anyway, George," I said, "it's "Gimme a bottle. I believe thatis ...
me to help you since you help me conduct an examination. Rogers Dwight Nichols sat back with an up to you to prove it. Margaretsays the right combination to help .

drive the car." eross-questions the entire group and discovers air of relief, picked up a cigaretteand she didn't see who it was; my husband."
that each has a motive. lighted it, and filled his lungs Reed says you're lying. Who is going -'
with smoke. Margaret settled into to believe you?"

CHAPTER VIH her chair with a little sigh. I lookedat "You know what?" George Rum- THROW AWAY

SNAPPY FACTS Reed Barton. He was like a man ble said emphatically. "I think the
I bewildered.' Suddenly he became old lady was dead when Barton ran
ABOUT4RUBBER Margaret"Thank?"you, Dwight. And, you., aware that we all were staring. out of the house." HARSH! LAXATIVES !

I "Not guilty, Hunt," Margaret said "George Rumble is a liar!" he "You may be right."

with a smile. said quietly. "You know"-he paused, as we Millions Have Ended Constipation _

Rogers paused as if debating the There was little or nothing left to reached the grilled doorway to the with Simple Fresh

: propriety of his next question. "You be lugged out into the open that open courtyard, "I'll bet I could run ,Fruit Drink

told me once, didn't you, 'Marga night. For a time Huntoon Rogers that thing down-find out who killed
t ret, that you too might be said to continued to explore skillfully into that woman" Someone passed us in Don't form the habit of depend
i Normally U. S. motorists need- have a motive?" the hidden angles of what already the darkness, and 'Rumble reachedout ing on harsh, griping laxatives .

ed 30 to 35 million new replacement "Yes," answered Margaret frankly. had been revealed. At length Elsa to detain him. "Chatfield, I was until you've tried this easy,health-

:'. 1942 and tires 1943 a combined year. In, "I was jealous of Kitty; she II interrupted. just 'telling Barry that I think I..I ful regular.It's way. millions now use to keep

: only about 17 million tires was out to take Dwight away from "We're wasting the evening, could figure out who killed your sis fresh lemon juice and water
will have reached vehicle me-" Hunt," she said, getting to her feet ter. I'm going to try it, anyhow." taken first thing in the morning-

; owners through rationing of- "Don't be absurd, dear," Dwight and imploring him with her eyes to "Well-I wish you success, Mr. just as soon as you get up. The
fices. Nichols interrupted."I'm quit and let us go outside. For from Rumble," replied Sam Chatfield juice of one Sunkist Lemon in a

: Koroseat Is "Plarticizcd polyvinyl not, darling-" out of doors came the sound of mu- courteously. "Don't you want to glass of water. Taken thus, on an
; chloride,"a B.F.Goodrich rubber- "I had a motive," said Elsa impulsively come on out into the plaza now? I'll empty stomach, it stimulates
like material'that before the war ,- recklessly. hated her. find you a seat. We've got some in- normal bowel action, day after f,
was used In more than 300 differ I'd hated her all my life." teresting dancers among. the work day, for most people. i
.' Koroseal bat And lemons are actively good
; ent products. now
Sam Chatfield looked thoughtfullyat I ers on' the
They are put- for
(, gone. to war. 1t I you. They're among the richest
his daughter and was about to 1 ting on most of the show for us. sources of Vitamin C, which combats -
t. Wheel alignment means much speak when Berta, her white teeth A few people may come out from fatigue, helps resist colds and
:: to tire mileage these days flashing, her eyes moving almost town to join in or to watch, as they infections. They 'supply vitaminsB
(': with so many old cars in serv- roguishly, declared: feel like it." and P, aid digestion and help

'({,= ice.camber Frequent and toe-In checking in front of "I had a motive too, and, ,Sam; ?? dDeft; "Sure, we're coming. It's business alkalinize the system.
,/ rubber the sister was inhospitable, insult- 7 mos with I'm Try this grand wake-up drink
wheels will prove a me. always looking
mornings. See if it
ing to us. Such a, scene! It madesomething"she
is: and mileage saver. for talent. I never know where I you Use California Sunkist
pressed her plump, might find something or somebody I Lemons. S
I beautiful hands to her bosom- can promote-like I have Elsa."
"something inside mad.
"There's a Yaqui dance
With both of us." just get-
: ting started. You mustn't miss it."
In this curious haste to confess MEXSANA L
" Rumble and I found seats
on a
motives Rogers' face was full of '
bench in an enlarged circle under
interest; a faint smile played about
the; sky. There air of
open was an
his lips, his mild blue 'shifted
4.; eyes
festivity the
pervading crowd. The
swiftly from one to' the other of
r 4.i air was heavy with perfume drift- Two Qualities
., the group as each one spoke. After i
ing down us on the soft night There in
i ek Berta had spoken silence fell uponus. upon are only two qualities
air. A burst of firecrackers star- this world-efficiency and inef-
Rogers remarked:
tled the edge of the crowd, but they ficiency; and only two sorts of
"All these things, of course, I've soon popped themselves out. The people-the efficient and the in-

,I, known. There remains only ReedBarton's odor of cooking came from the efficient.-G. B. Shaw.
t.' motive. He glanced at kitchen where in the ruddy glow of "
o. ',. Reed who sat stiffly in his leather i '
':: tt1 charcoal fires women still were patting -
F pantaloons, as if to ask permissionfor tortillas.
;,' what he was about to say. "Reed o Coughsfrom
Two men on the platform were doing
has said that Katherine Chatfieldcan
: the Coyote Dance. To the beatIng
be blamed for his father's sui- ZS'y" common
Greatest Object of a flat drum, and the chant-
\' The greatest object in the uni- cide-it was over a matter of some ing of the lone drummer, the dancers That Hang On
mortgaged property which could
verse, says a certain philosopher, swinging lowered heads, their
have been saved by little leniency
is a good man struggling with ad- feet moving in an intricate sidewise Creomulsion relieves promptly because
versity; yet there is still a greater, upon the part of the deceased. shuffle, backed slowly to the rear it goes right to the seat of the

which is the good man that comesto "Nothen"he paused, as if uncertain of the platform. To a brisker tempo trouble to help loosen and expel
where to go from this point germ laden phlegm, arid aid natureto
relieve Goldsmith.
they galloped forward, only to repeat soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed
-"according to the estimate of thecoroner's
the maneuver over and over. bronchial mucous mem
/' office, Katherine Chatfield 4J' Coyote skins stuck with feathers of branes. Tell your druggist to sell youa
died sometime before midnight; dis- bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding
u'rT"v '" \ the turkey eagle and
Just 2 drops Penetro ,
must like the it'
of the body was not made you way
Nose Drops in each hawk
hung down their backs. As
nostril help you until about seven the following Two men on the platform were quickly allays the cough or you are
breathe freer almost the dance. the dance began to take on a monotonous to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
doing Coyote
p Instantly, so your morning. Everyone here has a mo- air, Rumble wearied of it
head cold air. tive of
Only 25o-2 times as some sort-perhaps even sic, of dancing feet, of voices liftedin and got up from the bench and dis
much for 50c. Caution: Chesebro has a motive. It wouldbe song. The members of the house- appeared. A moment later Elsa for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis,
Use only as directed. odd if he the
Penetro Nose Drops were only person hold, grown tired of waiting for the crowded in beside me.

tioned lacking in one.this Until connection he can we'll be ques-not signal to start, were already trying "Did you just get here?" I asked. Lightning Repeats I

know definitely. Moreover, whetheror their skill. "Yes," she answered in my, ear, Lightning often strikes more
City of Saints not he was there that night-had "All right, Elsa," Rogers yielded and snuggled against me. 'I put my than once in the same place, in
So many streets in Montreal are opportunity-" with a smile, "on the condition thatI arm around her and we sat for spite of the old ,saying.
named after saints that it is some- question one of later r
"If it's Chesebro you're talking may any you some minutes while the beating of
, times called the "city of saints." about Hunt he there if it is necessary to clear up cloudy the drum and the chanting Yaqui
was came OF
the husky voice of George Rumble. points. voice went on. SKIM: EXTERNALIRRITATIONS CAUSEAcne

DON'T LET "There? That night we're speak- "Of course, Sam Chatfield "I'm not the same person in Mex-

ing of? I must be certain." agreed. "And I thank you, Mr. Rog- ico, Barry, that I am at home. Thisis ,sImple pimples ringworm, eczema,tetter factory, salt dermatitis rheum-,

CONSTIPATIONSLOW "Sure he was there. I saw him ers. You've managed to throw light a man's country, not a woman's.So bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken-
YOU UP come away." into several dark corners. If at any what does all my'talk about eco- out skin. Millions relieve itching, burning -
time I be of service to and soreness of these miseries with
O When bowels are sluggish and yon "How about his going,in? Did you can you, nomic independence mean down simple home treatment. Goes to work at
feel irritable, headachy, do as millions see that?" please command me. here; and finding myself, and run- once. Aids healing, works the antiseptic
f ;'do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern "No, I didn't. I'd walked down Rogers' reply was lost.in the gen- ning until things go dizzy inside of way. Use Black and White Ointment onlyas
'chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew directed. lOc, 25c, 50c sizes. 25 years'success.
eral movement of the group to the ? Was I being silly Mex
FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed. the street after I got thrown out, me Barry? : Money-back guarantee. Vitalin
I taking only in accordance with package and when I came back by there, scene of the festivities in the open ico gives me a sense of deeper cleansing is good; soap. Enjoy famous
(' directions-sleep without being dis Chesebro was coming out. Perhaps courtyard just beyond the patio wall more fundamental things-" Black and White Skin Soap daily.

f turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough you've noticed how he's treated me, where a low platform had been "You're just being Elsa," I said.
relief, helping feel swell again. Try
you built hollow jars to magnifythe
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy Hunt-like a yellow dog-from the over "Adorable as always, and desirableand
tG and economical.generous family supply first time I contacted him. Well, I sound of the nimble feet and lovely." ,

i costs only think that's the reason for.",jt. He's clicking heels. "Please, don't say things like that,

FEEN-A-MINT 6f acted like he was afraid of me, or "Oh, senora," Rogers detained Barry. I feel 'very contrite for my
f that I might tell on him." Berta as the others moved. out of madness this morning. I went in

"That's interesting," said Rogers, the room. just now to apologize to Jimmy the

NOSE MUST DRAIN rubbing the side of hislarge nose "Yes, senor," Berta replied, paus- Cheese. Even though I still hate

,bt. thoughtfully with a forefinger. "Our ing expectantly and looking up at him enough to kill him, I thought 1 MANY DOCTORS
To Relieve Head Cold "
Miseries circle
widens. the tall figure. should for
When bead colds strike, help my unladylike
drain,clear the.:way for freer breathing "I saw plenty of other things that "This morning," Rogers began, behavior this morning. It was very RECOMMEND

comfort with EOMDOtTS NASAL iaf T. At JrlluisJl. night too. But they never meant "near the stables an old dog was humiliating for me to have to beat TNISTONIC A.... '

'a anything to me until now, becauseI put to death with chloroform. 'I was him like a dog. And, honestly, I
always thought the dame committed told that you gave the drug to the didn't know about his heart. That's

suicide. You put a different man for that purpose. Is that true?" what makes .it so embarrassing foi
1 light on things, Hunt A blank look greeted Rogers' ques- me now."
"Whom else did you see?"' tion. For Berta contin-
Leaf40 OUH"dpBnislTApplicator= "I saw Reed Barton and he I a moment "And did you apologize?" If You "Tire Easily", have low resistance to
ued to stare upward at her ques-
JUST LEAF 40*;, turned a meaningful glance upon tioner. "He was asleep. I spoke to him colds and minor'ills-due to lack of the
A GO MUCH FARTHER Reed. "He was coming out but he was lying very quietly, and, Vital Elements-natural A & D Vitaminstry
DASH IN FEATHERS.. just as "No, it is not true, she said sud-
QRPSPF?E AD'ip l I was trying to get in to hand her denly. "I know nothing about any oh, so bandaged! Did I do that, taking good-tasting Scott's Emul-
the bill for my work." chloroform. It is unthinkable that Barry? I came away without dis- sion daily the year around I National survey -

"But Katherine Chatfield was alive the rancho turbing him. Probably the next time shows many doctors recommend
such} a drug would be on ,
when you got in to see her?" senor." I'll not feel contrite and he'll never Scott's to help build up resistance, bring
"I'll say she, was alive she know that I want to apologize." back energy and stamina I Buy Scott's
SAVE YOUR SCRAP ; was "Thank you, senora, said Rog-
clickin' on all sixteen cylinders whenI ers, and he bowed to her. The dancing continued; the drum, today-at all druggists I IT'S

TO HELP GAIN saw her.- George Rumble caught up with the chanting voice, the dancers who ;. / GOODTASTNGAt
"Who was it who ran out of the me as I strolled through the patioin each were now astride a long bow,

ICTORYOld house, Margaret?" asked Rogers. the direction of the dancing*plat- which they beat, as they would floga I

"He didn't,see me," she said. "He form. He put his hand on my arm. horse, with a split bamboo stick,

'\ Yi couldn't have known, I'm'sure, that and walked several steps with me as they shuffled nimbly and galloped EMULSION
I was behind the drapery. I lost before remarking: about, began almost to weave a

RUBBER and PAPER my courage; I couldn't go on with it "You know, Barry, Hunt's got me spell upon the spectators.TO feajjftffRon$;Jontc;

Talk with Kitty, I mean." to thinking the same as he does. ( BE CONTINUED), L



: ', New Simplified Rationing

-, /' :, Starts February 27

, I I Save bread and cracker crumbs Remove all stains from table

I for poultry dressing, meat extenders linens before putting them into the
," .I. and scalloped dishes. wash. This prevents their becoming
1 The Magic Lanterns: Tallulah Don't make dust cloths out of permanent.* .
Bankhead, whose cinema career, that old sheet. Cut it down to
: was wrecked a decade ago with make a cot sheet, crib sheet, or Before discarding articles of
cheesy stories, didn't make that a pillowcase. clothing look at the zippers, but
;: blunder again. She comes back1 in tons and snaps. If thcy-are still
"Lifeboat," fashioned by John Stein Store hats one to a hat-box or good, cut them off and put them
had stand and brush after each away to use again. '
beck and directed by the mighty
wearing to have them looking well. *
Hitchcock. It's a highly seaworthy
vehicle. Its story deals with the adventures Lightly waxed woodwork cuts
of nine in a boat through All new cooking utensils (if you down cleaning. Rub spots that are
the courtesy of a Nazi sub. A Nazi find any) should be thoroughly handled often banistFrs, areas
'- gets aboard the boat, and from then greased and heated before using around doorknobs and windows-
on, in Steinbeck's devastating dialogue for the first time.Crocheted with a thin coat of liquid wax.

you get a swell look at a rat.
Tallulah gives her role plenty of I Hat Purse

vigor, and there are good jobs by .,
Wm. Bendix, Gwen Anderson and
Is and Smart
Henry Hull "Sherlock Holmes Easy
and the Spider Woman" puts Basil
Rathbone to work at his silky gum
shoeing. He prowls around to discover
that all those suicides aren't .

what they're cracked up to be .
r"' "Of Thee I Sing" is to be filmed,
probably hopeful of getting a free
ride on the Presidential campaign. jegu! nsv' &
> 4%
; I
: --
Itet teiJm
I Remember It! Bob Dunn won

ders if we ever heard about the late According to the new rationing ,>-\ -v5XjA
Jim Thornton, the vaudeville star, system effective February 27, all
.! when he was teamed with Gentle Ted and blue stamps in book four ,, ---- ,---------., ,

man Jim Corbett. Mr. Thornton will be worth 10 points each, regardless All-Bran "Honey Muffins" I
elbow-bender and whenever
was an I
of the number on the face 1 CUP KeUogg'S
he went on a spree, the act was 3 tablespoons All-Bran II
Pal of the stamp. They will be valid 6hortenlng flour I
cancelled. It happened at the I honey 1 p
: 11'- ace Theatre. for 12 weeks. Tokens worth one I :1 z cup egg 1:powder aspoon ba.k1ng I

Corbett went looking for his part point will be given for change. I'h cup milk butter- Va teaspoon- salt II II
ner and located him in a saloon Tokens remain valid indefinitely 'A teaspoon soda IJ

l with a terrible looking bum. Corbett and can be used later for pur.chases. Blend shortening and honey. 1 I

: bawled him out and refused to There will be two billion e fk Sand teat AU-Bran until; let Cie-soak un-11I I
i;'. give him money for one more drink. 400 million less stamps to handle ost of mo sture is taken.u f I
ii To which Thornton, in regal tones, dry ingredIents ethe.r.1 nUl II
,, per month. first nixture. sbFi i :
: said to the bum: "Mr. Russell, Sd uf- I
,;' this is Mr. Corbett. Throw a louse Top picture shoivs "how new 20- I llour fin pans dlsaPEenn/* andbake F.) aboutmediumhot in a. !

{ on him!" point stamps will jnake it easier to.count I 25 minutes.oven \uvi
R points.
:.', up L------------
Mail This to Someone: We saw it
In Coronet. It should be handed to They're praise winners at any meal!
And remember, XELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN la
, people who cash in their War Bonds. a rich natural source of protein, the
A man scheduled for induction the B vitamins phosphorus, calcium and
,next day decided, before going to Iron I "Protective" elements urgently
(; sleep, to cash ,in his Bond the next needed now! Make some today withpt

a. m. ALL-BRAN
. [: That night he dreamt he was in a
fox-hole fighting Japs. One Jap
.:; I: charged at him with a bayonet.

" rt'-. Sighting his own rifle, our hero was Voracious Ladybird
. :: about to save himself by pulling the One ladybird will devour 40

-,.I .. trigger, when his sergeant tapped green'flies in an hour.
" > him on the shoulder and said, ."Sor
ry, but the man who paid for your,
_' r rifle wants it back" WS? i: MtS COMBINE crocheted medallions ,

morning glories to greet
: The Morning Mail: "Dear Walter Above: Store clerk the springtime. Have this viva : MOROLlNET %

.. ," writes Maurice Rocco, "It gives the exact number cious hat and matching bag to
must be an oldie, but it still gets LARGE BOTTLE-25t
of tokens to make wear with all your spring outfits.
the biggest laugh wherever gamblers *
gather. About the wife who (going change for the 10poin'tstamps.
Easy as can be to do in inexpensive
through her groom's pockets) found Red tokens are straw. yarn or cotton. Pattern 7588 -Bay War Savings Bonds-
a slip of paper on which was memo'd given in change for red contains directions for hat and purse;
Ruth.' She asked him: 'What's this stamps; blue tokens stitches.
mean?' 'or blue
Sewing Circle NecdJecraft Dept.
.', 'Oh,' he oh'd, 'that's a horse I 564 W.
Randolph St. Chicago 80, HI.
i... "i-{.. played today.' Then the phone rang.
Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to
, She picked the receiver.
up cover cost of mailing) for Pattern

" 'Darling,' said the Mrs.' ", 'your No..............
horse wants to talk to you.
r; Name ...............................
/ -
Behind the Scenes: Grena Bennett Address .............................
; -. a New York opera critic,'
0 spends spare hours at the movies.
In one film revival she saw an a'ctor
,- listed as Alexander Broun." Grena
wracked her memory to place a
: I' .. familiar mannerism of the unknown
:; player. Then a closeup showed the eDITION
trouper had oddly scarred ,thumbs. HEW
:' It was Richard Bennett, in a /(
' r';; meager role, who disguised himself I "BRWJ. BASKEtOf i iCiAL

in two critics' names, Woollcott, and fAMOUSfLflSCWMNN'S 1 iJ

Broun. Miss Bennett, you see, was .
,t'', Richard Bennett's first wife. She RECIPES IW/lSfO J
; remembered a boyhood accident
) that nearly cost him his hands.
". -
i The morning: after movie director
}:. Edmund Goulding first visited Hollywood
I, (many years ago), he was
awakened by his host's valet, who ;
", stood by the bed offering him a
small golden bowl filled with a
: clear liquid. Only half awake, Longer validity of RUtO f -.i
will make
Goulding stared at the bowl. Was
it a finger bowl? Surely not at this .household planning ;
hour. Was it something to drink? easier, and ivill prevent \Ef1O'I
He finally decided to ask the valet. month-end
"What the devil is this, anyhow?" crowding in stores.
"The temperature of your bath,"
intoned the lackey. "Will you
kindly let me know if it is satisfactory

Big City Vignette: Two 12-yea.
.:., old boys were enthused about the
t.. 0" newsreel-chewing their taffy and

::. otherwise being kids at a movie
f. theater last week Then on
came Greer Carson's short-appeal
ing for Infantile Paralysis contributions : /ffew,
J The house lights went b llcludasket" fJSed P'l' eJS.
up, and the ladies,with the coin boxes S e Cl: Pe'for ; ..
passed them Probably thinking 1lIy I e "
children had no money, a box-passer oIe as1er' help lDake d e to ; tas
-. skipped the two boys .0 One got -un/ain fortynOZr1icaI/ .... ;:Br-tizn "'pe.tho .
up and chased her several e With F/ baking
rows .versDe
,__ .
' ; onI Y ,,, fuIJ.es
,'t'- he could catch her. "Here fresr., .Ye""t ;""" COlor. Auell".ous/
lady," he kept calling here \' /ow I"
"lady, : 1arn lJth both "" { reCiPesAn.a
Limping on his braced leg to IA*, Ino.,G..,, t ] lez.J Yeast .,the
give his little bit-so that some other 4Ym'* '! "5 Poster explain'j Ce.atral Write sA. and D.
<*4inz the new system ;; ll
youngster-not so fortunate as he- % $ no 477 ta.adard :
could go to a movie and giggle and & 'A **"" ')e played niWM& U ewYor1cJ7.tanc&
munch candy and also give. tionally. :,



4 stoics--the large, volume stores :half inches and over, five pounds, ordered as well as a statement. of
OPA LOWERS RETAIL and supermarkets. [133 cents. the attempts the operator has made
OPA is furnishing large size lists Prosecutions of produce dealersin to locate he wanted item through
to be 'posted in all groups of store' I Tampa for charges over the telling regular channels. ,
PRICES ON SOME1OODSTUFFS in accordance with price control prices are reported: Sam Diaz Locating the' required part ,or tire
regulations and in addition is making and J. B. Robinson were fined $500 seldom takes more than a few days,
available thousands oC copies, in each and given suspended sentencesof at which time the truck operator \ ,......
a reduced size to groups of house- 90 days on charges that they sold will be advised of the name and ad POL/T/CAL PATHS OF
wives, cluEs, schools, etc. The smaller 50-pound sacks of onions for from dress of ,the firm from which it may GLORY OFTEN LEAD
list intended primarily to savo $G to $8 when the ceiling price was be purchased.
Lower retail prices for marga- war-scarce paper, is the same size as I $2.98. Niederer & Hirsch, Tampa Operators of Hendry county will TO THE GRAVY ....
nes, macaroni products syrup and that furnished to newspapers for wholesale produce dealers paid $3- find the nearest district ODT office '' --
:molasses and a few other commodities reproduction and folds to fit handily I 226.60 into the federal treasury on I at 720 Seybold Bldg, Miami, phone ( :
reflected in the revised dol- charges that made overchargesof 9-3446. l\
are into a ration book. r they I L !Jjl l i 1I6
lars-aud-cents ceilings for market As before, OPA urges all housewives from 12 to 55 cents a bag for
basket food items made public this to clip and preserve the lists onions. r NOTICE p\ )
wee kby Jacksonville district of the printed in newspapers tO'be used asa Extension ot dollars-and-cents
'Office of Price Administration for for their future shop I Tallahassee, Florida
price guide ceilings on fresh fruits and vege- February 15, 1944.
the local marketing area. ping. tables into tho smaller communities NOTICE Is hereby given that the
The revised prices are a part of Prices listed in the Tampa Tribune also has been announced by OPA, I Fund Trustees of the of the State Internal of Floridavill Improvement offer
OPA's nationwide program of Issuing Wednesday were: all apples, two and early in March, it was said, I for sale and receive competitive bids
community price lists about. pounds 23 cents; bananas, Jamaicaand seven more items of perishable produce I i SJ 21st Tallahassee, 1944, at 12, Florida.o'clock,Tuesday NOON, for March the
four times ,a year. I Cuba, one pound, eight cents; I will be added to the list, thus I'I following- parcels of land In HL3NDRY j
Reason for the reductions, an grapefruit, Florida white interior covering about 80 per cent of the County, Florida:
OPA statement said, is because these seeded, one pound, six cents; or- fresh fruits and vegetables the average I 'Vlh of Section 17 and Sof
staples have been brought under anges, rioiida-Interior, except Temple housewife buys.In Range Section 32 21,East Township, containing 46 South 640 ,--
dollars-and-cents ceilings and appear and King, five pounds, 37 cents; connection with the revised acres.
first time on the current California lemons, five pounds, 63 list Nof Section 19, Township 46
for the I community price Chauncey Butler South, flange 32 .East containing
revision of the list. !cents; dry onions, yellow U. S. No. district director of OPA at 320 acres.of The one sure "path" to' follow for

As in the past, OPA has issued 1 regular three pounds, 25 cents; I Jacksonville, said: South, Range Section.32.. East 23., Township, containing, 46 all
three inches and 160 drugs, cosmetics, smokes, magazines -
price lists for dry onions, yellow "It acres.
separate community a matter of record that th? I Sale
2 stores-the indepne- over, three pounds, 27 cents, and I to of the above will be subject and superb fountain service'Ta
Group 1 and average family's food costs, which existing leases which expire in I
dent food, stores-and Group 3 and I Irish potatoes, bakers', two-and-one- had increased 17.6 per cent between December, 1946. the path toALSTON'S- .
---- - I May 1942 and May 1943, when com- This Notice is published In compliance -,.1 : :
wi.th Sections 270.08 and 270.09,
'munity dollars-and-cents prices went I( Florida Statutes 1941.
1 J into effect, dropped 4.1 per cent be The Trustees reserve the right to'I
I reject any and all bids. _
tween the latter
month and November i BY ORDER of the Trustees of the
an indication of the effectiveness Internal Improvement Fund. ,

'I"1M III of this type of control." I I ATTEST SPESSARD: '- L. HOLLAND' 'Governor., SEMINOLE DRUGS. '

: Two CandidatesFile J F.Secretary.. C. ELLIOT,' ,
I No. 19-Feb. 18. 25, :March 3, 10, 17.

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Take CaFe officially entering the race for '"
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sheriff of Hendry county.W. 'E
:_: t
._ M. (Bill) Stallings filed Mon-
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they can do their part in producing the, additional ---- -" -- :fwish -
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food our Boys need for Victory! Rememberidlerust In Emergency for Truck I

Parts Contact y.'
and grinding wear help the Axis. ODT I y

**.,", Truck operators who are having _?: bonet A f
Every Southern farmer is doing his share in planting the difficulty locating replacement parts i

16,000,000 acres more than last year's record total. With a and tires needed to put essential I I
vehicles back on the ,road may appeal -I I "
-shortage of manpower, his tractors, trucks and machinerymust to the Office of Defense Transportation I I I

be on the job-constantly-to do their share. for assistance accordingto ; X
I the ODT District Office in Tam- .,'

There are more than 500 Standard Oil bulk storage plants pa.The 'l
service is available to all F 9
;' in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, and Mississippi, operators or trucks, including farm- Y r< 6 t
ers, merchants, highway freight .Y. y,
with willing men in each of them to help you in maintainingthe lines busand- taxicab companies: .2. .a

efficiency and prolonging the life of farm machinery said Ed. 'Rowland, ODT District,. :: A savings account f "
'Manager. .". 40 ,
This is nothing new to them-they have been doing it .for Through its maintenance special- :;: with; our insured .}
ists in all :": :":
key cities and'mainten
:years. Their service and Standard Oil products are available I "
ance advisory committees and sub- : c will
everywhere. Let them help you in this "Food Fights for I committees throughout: the country; 9HC cc aQO safety, provide ;:

dom" program., v1AR. 1Fre I.the parts ODT or tires can usually within: a locate few days.critical I :;: the things you want ::_:

I However governmental aid in --
-' I locating needed parts is. strictly an 1
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emergency service and will be offered f :i:

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contacting the :nearest ODT District
Office or; Maintenance Advisory '
iI iII
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