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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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.t1: THE CLEWISTO.N- NEWS







VOLUME 15-NUMBER 15 CLEWISTOX FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH. 10, 1944 SUBSCRIPTION--$2.50; PER YEARVOTERS'

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Registration Books Are IMAPPROCRAM-OF Several! Qualify For "
LEAGUE FUND
I ACCUMULATESFOR
Open At Court House j County Board Race I.


BACKS RACKSTRAW WORK FOR VETERANS I i COMMUNITY

Registration of voters in county I With the qualifying of additional j)

I precincts closed Monday and when candidates this week, the political

FOR CLERK'S OFFICE the books were returned to the courthouse UNDER BITTING PLAN I campaign in Hendry county is gain-I CHURCH BUILDINGPlans

( in LaBelle where they will (ing interest. In the race for county

until 15th 307 i I ._ commissioners, who will r
I remain open April be chosenon I
The Voters League of ClewistonCommunity I Florida officials of the Veterans
voters had registered in the western a countywide'basis this year, for' a
.._ at a called meeting held! i Administration and the United States I post-war building program
f Glen !
I Etherton commissioner
end of Hendry county. present are being
auditorium Friday Sugar corporation rush- made by the officersof
in the school [ today were
At Hooker's Point where a new I of Clewiston, has no opponent the Community
evening endorsed the candidacy of :ring forward an employment plan for] Church and a
'J'Jj f
registration was required there were [from his district. Etherton, a local I building fund
I j'
145 voters who registered while the II'I' business mans and resident of many view to having funds
court. of Hendry county. Mr Rack- company's new diversification pro- I on hand fora
books were in care of Paul Bussey I years, is completing his first term I new church edifice when it
straw had expressed his intention of gram and postwar plans that will [ is possible -
at his store. Parker Wilson, who as commissioner. to
entering the for this important Iprovide jobs for more than 7,500 attempt such a building.The .
race books in Clewiston precinct I In district 3
had the No. LaBelle Bill trustees of the church
county office, and his candidacy received -I I persons., I II I I recent
registered 162 voters. Stallings who announced three weeks ly set aside
$400 of
church funds
unanimous endorsement I Conferences on President Clarence asa
the
Those vho did not register in the I i[ago, is being opposed by R. B, Wal- building fund, the
'
money being
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; :of the League members. Bitting's plan to aid veterans
precincts may register at the office i dron whose announcement appearsin placed in war bonds which will be
particularly those suffering from
presided: of John L. Hall, sppervisor of regis- I this week's issue of The News. available for use when the building
partial disability been
have
court in La- already Mr. Waldron has lived in j '
tration, in the house Clewiston I is started and in the meantime is
?, was discussed the possibility of Belle at any' time until April 15th held with Representative J. Hardin and in LaBelle; for., many years. This I i serving a very useful purpose.
chosing candidates from other districts Peterson and Washington officialsof
for the May 2nd primary. is the only district in which there are The Ladies Aid
I Society
j in the county to be endorsed the Veterans Administration and recently
two announced candidates. voted to give $200
of its
funds to
the League. No War Manpower Commission
and supported by
A. J. Evers, resident of Fort De-
Rackstraw the church's building fund
Qualifies and this
,
:action was taken on this proposal, A survey is now underway' hereto .
;: but a committee was named 'by 'Mr. determine the various types of naud, has announced for reelectionto will also be placed in bonds. It is
i As Candidate for Clerk the board of county commissioners likely that other
church
'I ..' '.' "Berner to report at a meeting to be I jobs that could possibly be filled by from that district. He is now follow in groups will
making a donation to the-
held on March 24th. handicapped soldiers in the sugarhouse
serving his first term in office Eversjis :
,. The League also heard a suggestion i j G, B. Rackstraw qualified yesterday largest in the nation and in fund.Rev.
I I employed in the sugar office David
by several of its members that as candidate for the office of the new starch house, now under I I C. Hancock, ministerof
building and is well known to resi- the church says"
the body take a definite stand on the { clerk of the circuit court for Hen- I construction I that individual

; ': office of county superintendent ofT' i dry county and announces in this Cot Mizell Bryson, manager of j dents here. donations of war bonds and of cash
.. ..' I Asa Townsend is seeking election are also being
made to the fund
: public instruction. Some wished I! week's issue of The News. r{the Veterans Administration Facilityat
: I I to the board from the Felda districtI -
-
I -
'I : the League to support a specific II Mr. Rackstraw has been a resi- ', Bay Pines,' Fla., said: I 5. He was appointed to serve --

j candidate for the office. and others dent of Clewiston for 16 years and i "From now on veterans will be an unexpired term, succeeding Jim

i : objected to the move, feeling that I is well-known to all who have livedi i returning in steadily increasing I Maddox who resigned to become I SCHOOL PROBLEM

I : .', the intention of the League was for i here during ,that time. He has been :numbers. Our ,program calls for deputy sheriff.
: ,. the of securing for Clewis- mental and physical rehabilitationwork j i
purpose j employed by the sugar corporationas -
ton a more equitable representation time-keeper and in a supervisory and academic and vocational 1 ATTEND STAII INSTITUTION TOLD KIWANISBY

,:;... '.'. in the affairs of county government capacity in that department. training. This whole program is I

i '- and that, it should confine, its activities pointed at returning the to a.
[ men
5 In making his announcement for II Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Pirkle and BERNARD
t: < to the positions of clerk: and I normal civilian life. The objective, 1 MYERSBernard
Mr. Rackstraw "If
the office says: I Mrs. M. S. Wright attended, an East-
.' : county commissioners. elected, I will conduct the affairs of however, will be lost if there are no ern Star meeting in Belle Glade Friday -
\ However, this matter. was tabled jobs available. It is here that the
the office in an efficient, and busi- ) evening. The Belle Glade chapter "
and will come up again for, action j enthusiastic help of the U. S. Sugar I Myers, of the Clewiston
j ness-like manner. was instituted at the meeting,
March when another meet- t will tremendous High School faculty, spoke on prob-
.' : tn 24th Corp., be of importance -
.S2 i I which was conducted by several of-
' ing of the League will be held. There ." lems of the local school before Ki-
I ( I ficers of Grand Chapter of Florida.,
'- was ,a good attendance at the meet- I Bitting's plan calls for preferential wanians at their regular weekly

I ing Friday evening. BIG SIREN NOW employment opportunities for meeting Wednesday at the Inn. Mr.

'... veterans Myers'presented problems that the
,', HUMBLE OIL REPRESENTATIVE I is SURGICAL DRESSINGS- local school has in common with
"It only by planning now that
S. C L. ON BUSINESS. IN CLEWISTON' USED TO GIVE J we can unfailingly, pay our debt lo other schools and some that are local -

,, J. C. Cunningham, land represen--: I those who have been disabled in our in scope.
'
WORK ROOM AGAIN
".t v,:', tativeof the Humble Oil company' FIRE SIGNALS I nation's defense," he said. "They First lIe discussed the problem of

week business I must be given full opportunity upon too many, pupils per teacher Stat-
::: : :, [ ;was ,in, Clewistou this on ? '
,' ,. completion of the rehabilitation' ing_ _,that the ideal Jl,1 r-i r.il is 20
!
Interview- 'v-v 1 :
for the ,
.. ly company. tIN I FULL SWING\,
.
.;, ijii. ->-.1Jq' :. '
t pupils pointed
full'Time teacher
Jug land-owners in this area Mr. r training to take, jols? at full I per ;he out
,; :.v The big siren which was purchased -
W' wages. In our plans for expansion that the Clewiston school has an
'Cunningham found no land avail-
'air raid t <
by the city for use as an --- -
and diversification In the Everglades I average .of 39 pupils per teacher, a
;< able for oil leases to his ,
company
: signal will in future be"used for fire I j The Clewiston Red Cross surgical condition which
', but said he had enjoyed his stay I we have and will make every effort handicaps both
: siren. The small siren which has J I dressing room is in full swing again I teacher in
and the
to open an ever-increasing numberof pspil normal performance
: t. : :.. \. here nevertheless. I been the fire siren for several years [ with Mrs. C. M.\ Pirkle in charge and of school '
..' opportunities for these men. work.
f,' Mr. Cunningham, whose home is I Iis not loud enough for its sound to I la group' of volunteer women begin I
', Florida Cov.! Holland CommendsIf Another problem is that of lack
in Texas, has been sent to
carry as far as is desired.At I ning work on the March and April
,<: ...., to oversea the land interests of the I an economic Pearl Harbor is lobe quota assignments of 27,000 band- iof space in the present school properties -
'
t': ::: company whose Sunniland Well, No present both sirens are sounded prevented, advance preparationsmust ( ;; there is, no room left forI

: :' 1, in Collier county is\\ the first producing simultaneously at noon each day I be made now, Governor Spess- ages.The I another class, and no equipment for
: .. except Sunday and this will be continued local chapter completed all its
i '-... oil well in the state. ard L. Holland said in a message re- I jit if there was space; the buildings
: assigned before
: quotas
shortly
t in order that the sirens will I j ceived today by United; States Sugar I Tare inadequate, class-rooms are too
I Ibe in each day and will be kept Christmas and the workers, all of ,
use Corp. officials, congratulating, themon few; desk space, lockers and books
RATION: BOARD ACTS I in good working order. I [I whom are volunteers serving, of
; ; the company's $20,000,000 diver- I are all at a premium in the present
without
: I course pay, have enjoyed a
I A grass fire on South Francisco sification,, program and postwar I crowded condition he said. These
few weeks respite from their self-
'- avenue caused the alarm, to be sounded plans for the Everglades.The |conditions make} the schools untidy, ,

f :'TO CONTROL PRICES 1 I Saturday aftel noon. -There was entire program ultimately,will: i assigned The lIarch'quota tasks. of 9.000 and the through the fault of no individual

; some wincl and the sound of the si- (Continued on Page 10) !j I and Mr. :Myers said the local school

t :,:ji : IN LOCAL STORES I:; ren fire was department not heard members by some who of the ordinarily j state April quota total,-of,ot'18,000 80,000,000) are part band of a I' others compares in this very regard.unfavorably' .- witty "


:' j answer- to call. No damagewas RED CROSS'REACHES ages which the government expects I The school also has a crying need
Red Cross volunteers to make this [
it.., .." ,';;. A drive to mobilize price control clone by the fire but the con- I year. War and its awful toll iuj, for laboratory and commercial ,

':. forces among retailers and consumers fusion, and delay caused by the fact I ,
equipments so the science and comImercial -
the for dressings and
creases need
'G!:;' in Clewiston will be launch- that the small siren was not heard ONE-THIRD MARKIN II i .
Clewiston Red Gross workers are departments could be en-
i. i ed .March 13 under the direction of led to the city officials' decision to
and there is also a great
j eager to do their Barged;
part.A a
.:: the local war price and rationing use the big siren for fire. I ,
It.; A has been set in the I need for vocational and psychological -
.-: \, ,: iboard, C. E. Miner, chairman an- At present, said E. E. Gross, city 33.00 DRIVEThe room up I school
I > : 'I Recreation Hall, with Mrs. F. M. advisory work in the .
flounced today.
"" engineer the city has provisionfor I
no Rodriguez charge. It will be open' said the speaker:
'.-._ d- The program calls for price panel an air raid warning, but should I[ '
'.. any afternoon for workers who live Mr. Myers said that schools every
.,:: representatives to conduct a surveyof there hft such ft f>1i fill '. every food store in this area with I situation that :such';warning:-- 'system' | paign .in Clewiston is one-third of in Sugarland Park or that section where suffered from the present sys-

:,: "' T, ': the main objective of helping retailers is again needed, the city will plan j the way to its goal of $3,300, Mrs i Due to crowded conditions in the tem of school administration which :
r j Barracks, there has been left work to
: ;. ; to understand necessary, accordingly. M. M. Prewitt co-chairman report-.1 I the loom the largely up persons
'I' temporarily abandoned.The more interested in politics or a paycheck
already -
': price control requirements. ing this week that $1218.70 is
; ,, In the survey, 10 popular market- -- paid in or pledged. local room is open every than they were in the welfareof

:;' 'basket food items will be checked .35 Inch Rain Tuesday I Ii The house-to-house canvas was Monday, Tuesday and Friday after- the schools. He said, no employer -
'
'
for selling and ceiling prices. A second i Breaks Record delayed because of the failure of noon from 2 to 5 and Tuesday evenings would hire a cook to"run an
', Drought from 7:30 to 9:50. engineering business, and no one .
check, about two wteks later, membership cards and other rriater- '

'S :W .' will be made of all food stores where -- -'- ial to arrive. However, the- local I except a trained school worker

",, ':' :. price violations'were discovered on The longest drought in the history committee decided to continue the Religious Census This should be employed to run a school

:: the first check. Later storekeepers of recorded weather reports in' drive, using monetary receipts for I. i system.

!' who were found "out of line" Clewiston was broken Tuesday I the present and to deliver 'membership Sunday By Workers Bringing up the question of

during the second survey will basked March 7th, when a rainfall of .35 cards when they arrive to those teachers' salaries, Mr. ,Myers pointed -

to meet with the price panel inches fell. This still leaves the who failed to get them at the time': of Baptist Church out that the average' salary checkof

.. of the local board and deliberate Clewiston area with a sustained deficiency of their contribution. I a school teacher in Clewiston is

\ violations will be referred to the of 22.5 inches i I A corps of workers will visit the } A group of volunteer workers i iI I( $1200 per year; while, cane-cuttera

OPA district office for enforcement :j::1 Weather records. are kept at vari- sngar house this week end and other I from, the Fil' Baptist Church will fin I the field are making $4.00 per :

action. I ous!!; stations of the Everglades by !I I canvassing will continue until the I conduct a religious census of ClewisI -:; day the amounts 'received by the

.f Meanwhile, a training period for } both the United States weather bureau -j: fund is raised. "We are just be- I I this Sunday afternoon, beginning ,! two' types of workers being in the

price panel assistants and board j and the United States Sugar ginning to realize what the Red [ at 2:30. They will make an effort j jI ![same pay-bracket although their

representatives is underway at local corporation. From the records of ,. Cross dollar really means this :year," I' to call briefly at every home in j[' training and standards of living are

board headquarters, where prepaj,j the corporation for the past 14 years I I said Mrs. Prewitt. "Never has a I Clewiston and secure the name, and i''necessarily very different.

'.;"" ';'. ., rations are being made for the drive. ; an average rainfall for the area was dollar been able to purchase s6 muchIn I church affiliation or preference" of'I|I In discussing the problems, Mr.

Mr. Miner said that one of the ;,determined. June'of 1942 is the I life-sustaining material and aid. every person residing here. !i Myers urged KIwanis members and

primary jobs of the local board now last month when the rainfall hast We look at it this way: if one Clew- A similar census has been taken: 'I''others interested to pick out some

}. is' to show retailers that complete : been up to the normal amount. iston boy among the many who have I in past years by the church, and the I![major problem and go to work on it

:>( compliance with price regulations I, Since that time the are ahas suffered gone out there to fight for us back: results are always available for the 'II i'and continue until that problem is

,will result ,in firm control of living a deficiency. here at home., receives the blood- | use of other churches, if desired. i|i soljred. He said there was no mar'

: costs in this area. He also em- During! the year 1943 there was ai I plasma provided by Red Cross aid Rev H. C. Meador, pastor of the solution but that, constant ham,.

phasized that the drive will serve to deficiency of 18.91 inches and from for the wounded, or the Prisoner of church, asks that the public cooperate mering away at'a difficulty would

protect storekeepers and their cus- January 1st to the present date the War parcels to those who are sweat- with the workers making the straighten it out in time, and that

tomers from black market competi- deficiency has increased 3.C inches. ing it out, in enemy camps then 1 survey. I the efforts should never stop until

tion. Local drainage districts keep I every one of us should feel more The census Is preparatory to the the troubles are corrected.OPA .

'.4 1 "At the same time," he added, "it I pumping water from the lake into than repaid for whatever sacrificewe I revival which will begin at the church

'.. will enable the board to bring de- their lateral canals and drainage may have to make to double or March 26th and continue for two OFFICIAL 1 IKK 13

liberate vilolators to the attention of ditches to keep the water table of triple our donations in the past.'I weeks, closing Easter Sunday. The --

OPA enforcement officials as a pro- farm lands as high as possible.The Clewiston folks cannot afford to let Rev J. C. Jelks, a well known Baptist Col. J, T. Terry; of Fort Lauderdale -

tection for the great majority of drought and the subsequent our boys down. We have too many evangelist and former pastor of field representative of the

honest merchants who are abiding' water bills have been hard on the of them'_out there for us to fail in I 1hn r>ir t Baptist Church in Lakeland OPA was in Clewiston this week on

by the price control regulations" pocketbook of the Victory gardner. i our duty hero at home" will conduct the revival, J business with the local ration offlee.






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Demobilization Committee riAW I that count- -

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Initial Report : somehow.It's .

Completes Washington, D. C. NEW YORK NEWSREELThe how these things

ARMY WIVES AND PROMOTIONSThe theater at 23rd Street and 8th fcPFect our souls
Avenue built by the fabulous Jim

',' Congressional Group Provides for Action by a influence extent promotions to which, dictate army wives military I Fiske To display the talentsof That really m tte.. $

1l Rather Than Executive Decree; expediency and dominate the his adored one, Josie' Mansfield now.'T
Legislation Her 1
army always has been a matter of : adjacent mansion was con- R:1': CIIN'1 ,

Small Business Gets Break. warm debate at army posts. nected to the playhouse by an un- :.b

Inside the war department, there derground passage "The Great
are two schools of thought. One ad- White Way" nickname for Broadway

mits there is a certain amount of -coined-they say-by O. J. Gude,
By BAUKHAGE main- the billboard advertising man ,
i petticoat influence; the other
News Analyst and Commentator. tains that the army is a man's army The Roxy Theatre's foyer which accommodates -

about 3,000 people .
and that women have absolutely WNU Features.
WNU Service, Union Trust Building: manufacturers to assure themselvesthat The swanky private park for Tudor
nothing to do with it.
Washington, D. C. I when converted war industries City'residents (42nd Street and East
Those of the former school pointto
and resume their peacetime work, they River), once the hideaway for the
At recent White House press
a the fact that Gen. John Pershing,
in will not be thrust into competitionwith town's most desperate criminals .
President
radio conference, the industries which can when only a captain, married the CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
talking of certain measures he had prewar daughter of Senator Francis Warrenof Historic Fraunces Tavern (where
and make the same product.The Gen. Washington used to imbibe and
recommended to benefit men Wyoming, then chairman of the
of this committee rec- where he his farewell ad-
prepared
women leaving the armed service, report senate military affairs committee,
explained that long before the demobilization ognizes this danger and also the after which Pershing was jumped in dress), now one of New York's better

of the fighting forces ac- need of handling the sale of sur- rank and became a brigadier gen- restaurants Such is Fame: WANTED TO BUYWant
:
tually begins, many veterans are pluses in such a manner that they eral. Then when Woodrow Wilson Tom Paine, the most eloquent voiceof
,
will not flood the market so that theRevolution has a dusty tableton to buy rood farms and saw timber.
"demobilized" who, for military or who ,
faced senate controversy over Describe fully, give best cash price.
other reasons, are returned to civil the regular producer will have to should head an American Expedi- a Grove St. house-because he ELLIOT S. POOL

life. One million have already been meet an unnatural competition.The tionary force to France, with many died there. Raleigh N. C.

discharged and the process continues report of the committee visu- senators demanding Teddy Roose-

while others are being taken alizes the need of regulating such velt, Wilson selected Senator War- Harlem's three square miles, in MISCELLANEOUSGastlne

into the service.To conditions and there are many which ren's son-in-law and thus quashed- which nearly 500,000 people are
Graphite Tablet saves Gas. Removes -
,some degree this process is must be foreseen and met.I senate controversy.The packed like sardines The churchfor carbon, gives more power. Satisfac
forms of demo- mutes, where the pastor's sermon tion guar. Box 25 tablets $1 postpaid. Gas-
other
paralleled by will not go into the details of the petticoat school also points to tine Distributors Box 13G, Reading, Fa.
bilization and congress has realized report which is a straightforward the fact that Gen. Douglas MacAr- is delivered with his fingers and -
that the machinery for reconvertingthe readit where the choir "sings" with theirhands
statement-he who runs may thur first married the beautiful
American economy to peace- without encountering the usual"whereases" daughter of Edward T. Stotesbury, The luxury of the Radio Cruiser Names

time operation must be set up im and the other impedi- a J. P. Morgan partner, who requested City Music Hall-the lobby ceiling is Cruisers of the United States .

mediately. One group, a special menta which many legal documents Secretary of War Weeks to made of gold leaf The Grand navy have heretofore been named r ,.... !t..

committee on postwar economic policy contain and which makes them quite advance MacArthur to the rank'of Central Deppo, where the number of for cities. Recently a new-type

and planning of which Senator safe from the danger of perusal by major general when most of his people who pass through it in one cruiser was launched, the first of

George is the chairman, has finishedits the layman. West Point classmates were still ma- year approximates the population of six to be built, the Alaska, named
first report which deals with jors and colonels. the nation The Sixth Avenue for the territory. Others of this

"cancellation of war contracts, dis- Board RecommendedBriefly Another example is Mrs. George subway-five stories down The type will be named for other terri
and sale of surplus is recommended.The main building at New York Univer-
., position property a board Patton Jr., wife of the pistol-packin' tories.
,and industrial demobilization and President would appoint the ad- general. Her coolness poise and sity-built of stones cut by convictsat

conversion." ministrator, subject to confirmation charm helped her hot-tempered, hus- Sing Sing MacDougal Alleyin

Quite aside from the content of by the senate. The administrator band out of a good many peacetime Greenwich Village-a privately RUB FOR COLD MISERY

the report, the document is impor- would pick his own staff, not repre- scrapes long before his unfortunate owned street-lit by gas lamps ., Spread enetro> on throat, chest, back

tant for three reasons: sentatives of any group but men of encounter with sick soldier ,in The residential belt (between 8th -cover with warm fl.mnel-ea.ses: muscular -
First, it provides for action by leg- special ability, fit to represent the Sicily.In a and 10th) from the 20s through to aches, pains, coughs. Breathedin -
islation rather than by executive decree United States as a whole, men cho- the 50s-the Dotting core of the vapors comfort irritated nasal mem-
the other school those who
and envisions board whose are town's shameful slums. branes. Outside, warms like plaster. -
a sen for their outstanding qualifica- "
point to a host of high-ranking gen- Modern medication in a base contain- -
first responsibility is to'congress tions. -This board would report to
erals whose wives have had no political ing old fashioned mutton suet, only
rather'than to the Chief Executive.An a congressional committee The Greenwich Village delicatessen -
,
congress influence on their careers. 25c, double supply 35c. Get Penetro.DON'T .
( important step in returning to would keep its eye on the reports General Marshall's first wife aspiredto with a sensayuma. Its sign
the natural processes of democracy and its members would sit in at reads: "Our pickles are dill-icious"
be sick fora
an opera singer, was The Chinese laundryman on
\ interrupted by the war.) the board meetings.The time died. General LET
written with long finally 181st Street with the sassiest name
Second, it has been a
board would not be an operat- Eisenhower's wife is an unassuminglady
:- realization that'in the re-shuffling of of all: "Tip Want"The elegant CONSTiPATIONSLOW
It would be ad-
purely
ing agency. who has kept in the back-
industry small business must get a doorman of a midtown night club,
,
ministrative of the existing -
making use ground. General Somervell, until YOU UP
break. It is quite probable that who'softly says to passersby: "Good
government agencies. recently, was a widower.'Warning' When bowels are sluggish and you
? .
Seen show
Senator Murray, who has taken the evening. our lately '
feel irritable, headachy, do as millions
It' would, be called the Office of ,
to Fliers' Wives.
troubles of small business under his The'high-toned Madison Avenue'grocery 'do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem
;' wings, will contribute considerablyto Demobilization. For the duration, Now, however, comes a new argu- ,which features fancy dog food 'chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew

the bill which will be introduced it would be subsidiary of the fier in this controversy. General with "$niff Appeal" .' The closed FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed,

f to implement the purpose of the' WPB; afterward, it would be supreme "Hap" Arnold, chief of the army employment agency because it taking directions only-in sleep accordance without with being package dis-

: report. 'in its field. air forces, has been put squarely on couldn't get any help The 55th turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough

' Non-Political Expert The importance of this action, as record by Col. Alfred L. Jewett, Street eatery which burlesks restau- relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
: far as the general public is concerned commander of the air forces tech- rants that name sandwiches after FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy

t Third, and very important, is the is this: it represents one of nical school at Gulfport, Miss., as celebs. It names sandwiches after and economical.A generous family supply

fact that the report was coordinated the first steps of congress looking recognizing that wives influence an chorines who dine there The costs only
;' and probably largely written by a toward taking back its policymakingpowers officer's promotion. coffee joynt on Lexington in the 50s FEEN.A.Mlr io

paid, non-political expert, hired out which, of necessity, have Colonel Jewett himself doesn't where the latest headline (in cinna-

of the committee funds as its coun- been delegated to the administrative make any bones about it. He says mon print) comes with your rice

sel. Similar assistance is always branch and does so in a most vital that an air force officer's "efficiency pudding. British V-Mail: I

utilized by the tax committee where field of endeavor. It is pointed out report" is affected by "activi- The British call their microfilm I

highly technical knowledge is essen- that these_ policy-making powers as ities by his wife." The "activi- Gay 90s Stuff: The beer truck, process airgraph. I

tial, and it has long been the feelingof applied to conversion may affect the ties"' in this case, refers to joiningthe rumbling along 6th Avenuepulledby ......
Senator George an$ others that economy of the nation for many Gulfport Field Women's club. horses-the drivers with long

one of the great weaknesses of con- years to come. For instance, as Colonel Jewett last month sent outa mustachios The weary, worn- ,YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM v i
gressional procedure is the lack of Russell put it in the interview-con circular letter to all officers under out women signcarriersadvertising i

expert staff assistance for this type gress doesn't want any one man, or him, virtually ordering their wivesto the beauty they probably had HOT flASHES i

of work: the coordinating and corre- anyone agency, to decide such vital join the club. The pet shop with the sign

lating of the information brought out issues as to whether the govern- He even went so far as to warn that doesn't mean what it says: If suffer from hot flashes
you
I
in the hearings and the contributionsof ment remains in the rubber making that, "in the event that any officers' "Free French Poodles" The weak, nervous, cranky feelings, area :

the various committees, and the business, whether we shall have a wives do not wish to belong, it is desired pretty barmaids at the Waldorf bit blue at times-due to the i

facts and opinions resulting from the large merchant marine or a small] that their-husbands so state in The tugboat chugging up the East functional "middle-age" period '
and knowl- peculiar to women-try Lydia E.
investigations the special one. a letter to the commanding officer, River at dawn with its anonymous Pinkham's Vegetable Compoundto

edge of the individual members.As Important Points such letter to be submitted prior to cargo of unclaimed dead. On the relieve such symptoms. Taken

a small group of us newsmen the fifth of the month following the way to burial in Potter's Field regularly-Pinkham's Compound
and sat in the committeeroom Briefly here are some of the points helps build resistance
women up against
date the officer reported to the station The down and outers (many are
Russell which the committee recommends such distress. It helps'nature!
and Scott :
questioned
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for duty. counterfeits) whose beat is Broad- Also a fine stomachic tonic. Follow J- -
the counsel, we were impressed with 1. ,That demobilization should be And then, apparently afraid that way, where they become "famed"as label directions.

his grasp of the subject and the sovhandled as to preserve free en- his subordinates might not take the characters. If they were down on LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S C;OUN'

.
way he separated political opinion terprise. hint in the none-too-subtle warning, the Bowery-they'd be ignored .

from the factual content and the- interpretation 2. That full employment be as- Colonel Jewett laid it right on the The haunting stillness of Fifth Ave-

j,, of the various para- sured. line by invoking the authority of Gen- nue (or Broadway) on a Sunday
graphs as he read them over to us eral Arnold. morning. Gather, Your *
;, him 3. That government-owned or con- Scrap ;
or we questioned concerning
trolled plants be disposed of in a "Active participation in the workof
them. Russell former district Throw It Hitler!
was a
at
-; in and he also way as not to affect the national the Women's club is a matter in That husky guy who startles you
; attorney Georgia was adversely. which higher authority, including the in front of the swanky Pierre Hotel
president of one of the largest busi- economy is in- with for the of.a .. ..'
price
chief of the air forces, vitally request ( .
4. That of "
nesses in the South, the Bibbs Manu- disposal government- MEDICATED Soothe itch of ample
Colonel Jewett meal. With the want ads
warned scream-
Gray-haired owned plants should' be in line with : terested, rashes by sprinkling 011
facturing
'company. ,
." but looking and vigorous with American foreign policy, with the.. bluntly. "And every officer in the ing for men The Lighthouse\ for POWDER FOR Mexsana,tho soothing.
young to find his The Blind ( 59th) where the
.. air forces may expect on pave- medicated powder. Re-
prevention of monopoly with the
::; an easy common-sense approach, en- efficiency report affected by the ment in front has imbedded iron FAMILY USE liey.. diaper rash.WNU .
Russell the he knew couragement of full competition and
gave you feeling
manner of participation in these bars-to guide the tapping canes .
small business.
what he was talking about.
The bowling alleys in the midtown
activities by his wife. -7 9-44
Business and GovernmentBut 5. No plants or surpluses disposed So there it is in black and white. arena-where you can't always get
'of "where their existence is vital to in-around
an alley to play 4 in the
of of
regardless the merits
,: the national economy or such dis- CLEANLINESS NEXT morning The colyum's influenceon
this particular case, it seems-to; me
affects it under o
posal adversely
or East 59th Street .11
TO GODLINESSTake an* stationerystore's
rather significant'that the thinking
conditions which would make it impossible
it from Lieut. Col. Jimmy sign: "Are you keeping up
leaders in congress, of whom there
for the small business
to "
the with letterature? The
President's '
are always many, realize the im- ; acquire them. Roosevelt, the son, your f.,
portance of getting (to use a some- I first thing a fighting man thinks'about nifty canteen for servicemen in For You To Feel Well
And this word of wisdom added: Chinatown-which has
',_ what shopworn expression in its best after a hard battle is a bath. entertained 24 hours every day 7 days every
E sense) "more business into govern- "The shutting down of factories, Jimmy, who distinguished himself American-born Japanese soldiers. week, never stopping e kidneys. filter
waste matter from the blood.If
ment"-business in the sense of the stoppages of work, and the unemployment with the marines in the South Pa- more people were aware of how the '

businesslike and efficient procedure, of workers, through delays cific, was recently telling friends The wisecracking panhandler who kidneys must constantly remove sur-
plus fluid excess: acids and other wast
not the bias of any particular busi- in contract settlements, will about some of his war experiences."We asks you to stake him to a nickel matter that cannot stay in the blood*
cause far greater loss of revenue to had a pretty tough time of until he gets his checkbook outta without injury to health;, there wouldbe
ness.I
i have gone into some detail in the government-to say nothing of it on Guadalcanal, as everybody hock Midtown's gaudiest block whole better system understanding Is upset when of kidneys why the fail .

previous columns in regard to the general economy-than could possi- knows," Jimmy related. "After one -50th between Radio City and to function properly. i
Burning,scanty or too frequent urination
importance of' small business in the bly be saved through conventional of the first hard battles was over, Broadway-where nearly everythingis sometimes warns that something

American economy. I will only say pre-audit of contractors claims." some of us were taken aboard a a hawker's hole-in-the-wall la ache wrong., headaches You may dizziness Buffer nagging rheumatic back-

here that Senator Murray, although : In other words, "the law's delay" navy ship. The first thing they of- The powerful-appearing Soviet sail- pains, getting up at nights swelling. '

not a member of ,this committee, will be expensive. fered us was a square meal. But ors-never before permitted to wear be Why using not a medicine try Doan'recommended Pills You wfll the]l ---V

was called in for consultation, and It will be interesting to see if the we weren't hungry. We had man- their uniforms on shore leave here country over.Doan't stimulate the function -.....
well K rations. until a few months ago The of the kidneys and help them to
undoubtedly a part of his legislative lawmakers themselves cause unnec- aged very on our flush out poisonous waste from th.
r thinking will be incorporated into essary delay in this undertaking. Intelligent -. What we all wanted was a bath. ButI charming cafe in the Museum of blood. They contain nothing harmful.
the and water sharp- Modern Art garden The melo- Get Doan't today. Use with confidence.
the bill which I imagine will be in- and unselfish considerationand guess soap At all drug stores.
troduced before this is printed. action is the keyword to a just ened up our appetites, for we just drama and misery in The Family t
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r;"1 nis to Own f;;,, .rlr: 'Gol'J )or :t n.p' %rQn.r rM.fu o9.k..:E.>= _'.<; JESUS BETRAYED, DENIED Keep the leather of your shoes

I.: Customer-Let me have some winter AND CONDEMNEDLESSON soft and pliant. That means polishing -
tmderwcar. 4cc s '
I y.oubest shoes and
greasing -
i 'eO Clerk-Yes, sir. How long would you TEXT: Mark 14:10. 11, 53. 54, or oiling your work shoes withneet's
\ like them? 66.72; 151215. 1
; p_ Customer-Say, I don't want to rent I GOLDEN TEXT: He is despised and re- foot oil, castor oil, tallowor
them. :JYryfif: jected of men; a man of sorrows, and.acquainted wool grease, slightly warmed.
. \ with grief.-Isaiah 53:3.
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H %t2b.2abi ;,':e' '' about to be condemned and cruci-
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SNAPPY FACTS 3 r fied; and though sinful men thought .

1, ABOUT ,: thus to rid themselves of the One

'li who had pierced their hypocrisy and ..

I unveiled 'their unrighteousness, His

death was, in the providence of God,
WJrRUBBER the giving of Himself for our sins.

: ;- \ What He endured as He went to
the cross is enough to break one's

, A gallon of latex is ,about heart, for here we see the denial,
I one-third rubber and two- betrayal and compromise of men.I. .

t A T, 1 thirds water. Christ Sold for Money (14:10,

r. GR-S,the synthetic rubber now used 11). Vf
: In civilian tire manufacture,requires 4 When one sees the awful things

't.I more time In being fabricated at _____..._____. .._m..m..........IiLf(7.nsim um_ .._.__.... _.&F. .....__..._..'_rU VoN """'A which have been done and are being I
;. factories. With the equipment andI done for money in this world,
I ;" I abor shortage, this means that the 1 Keep to Low Point Foods on LunchesSee it
becomes clear why the Bible repeatedly -
...1 p: Industry has a tremendous problem ( Recipes Below.) calls it "filthy lucre."
:. ahead of It to make the 30 million
t.. ) new tires scheduled for 1944., Luncheon AidsIf "Money! How many awful things It
Luncheon Suggestion have been done for money i
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Back in 1823, when rubber
Money is what keeps the dance halls
;,' W' shoes were shipped here from you don't have'' the points for *Cream of Corn Soup going; a lust for money is what keepsour

I, I Brazil, they were not made traditional staples to make up the Cream Cheese and Peanut Sandwiches breweries and distilleries
open;
, ; ;; according to sizes or for left children's mid J
Boston Brown Bread
?on it is money that makes men want to
, : and right feet. Just thick day lunches, then *Date and Orange Salad produce lascivious plays and motion
rubber that
coverings were glance over the
' f : ... stretched over the regular suggestions I'm Recipes Given pictures" (W. M. Smith).
I'I'f
I f<" leather shoes. They were ; giving you today..They're Fundamentally, it was the love of
>I I solid in winter, gooey in sum- low money that made Judas betray his
on cuts flavored with pimiento, relish
! .! mer. Lord. "What will ye give me?" was
points, good on and chives. These furnish nutritious
his question (Matt. 26:15).
I nourishment and butter fat
too and take it
; r: you can .
'.. But money is not'the only price
high in health- easy on butter for spreading:
,: vitamins minerals. with which men may be paid. We
t giving and Cream Cheese and Peanut t
find nextII. t
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Homemakers with children
growing Sandwiches.
r : who must feed them at home (Makes 3) Christ Deserted for Comfort

.-. during lunch, and ,then feed a very (14:53, 54). ryriyy _
Yz six-ounce
wedge cut of 'cream Peter would risen the ( -
hungry husband 'at dinner, frequentlyfind cheese not have to
themselves low on points for i suggestion that he sell his Lord for
; I Il 0 these two important meals. They I Yz cup chopped salted peanuts money, so Satan was too smart to
Yz
y l : must be well balanced and satisfy- Ys teaspoon teaspoon salt lemon juice stir his loyalty by such a suggestion.He .

ing or the family will suffer in days used another method with Peter.
6 slices white whole wheat bread
lost, at school or at work and that's or Things had become very difficultfor

t.t t sabotage on the home front. Cream the cheese until soft. Add our Lord. He was led away to .A.6e4c;. :ji
.i'. nuts, lemon juice and salt. Spread
f'' : Sandwiches are an old standbyand be falsely accused and subjected to
h children look forward to them between slices .of bread. persecution. It was no longer com-

1 To give a well-balanced lunch, 'they The other half of the wedge can be fortable to be at His side as it'' had '

should be served with soups or sal mixed with 2 tablespoons of lemon been when He fed the multitude and

,;". ; ads. juice and pulp and 2 tablespoons of healed the sick, and silenced His 5600
F t t I Creamed Soup. finely chopped nutmeats. This will enemies.

: Self-Mastery (Leftover Vegetables) give Vz cup of sandwich spread. This was cold unpleasant business.

fA. He that'would govern others, first (Serves 4)) Liver Sandwich Spread. Why should Peter get mixed up in J

: k rt:" should be V\ cup pulp (onions, carrots, celery, 1 chopped onion it? After all he eould just as well

I : ". The master of himself. peas, string beans or lima beans) 1 tablespoon butter keep a safe distance, and besides it

I :: -Massinger. 1 tablespoon flour 2 hard-cooked eggs, minced was warm at the fire. Oh, yes, the FOUR buttons, a wisp of soft
2 tablespoons butter or substitute Yz pound liver enemies of the Lord had kindled it striped cotton and a gay little

"I' 1 teaspoon salt Ys cup cream and stood around it, but that didn't duck parade-they all add up to

Ys teaspoon pepper Salt and pepper need to make Peter an enemy of make the nicest little play frockin
; How To Relieve 2 cups milk His-or did it? town! Use bits of yellow and
Brown onion in melted butter. Mix :
Add milk and seasonings to vegetable brown scraps for the baby-duck
well with liver blend in and How many Christians who would
cream
pulp. Blend butter with flour appliques. The pinafore frock in-
Bronchitis and add to milk and vegetable pulp. seasoning and mix well. Keep meet with hasty and courageous denial cludes sizes for 2-3-4 years.
the suggestion that they sell '
in cool until to
spread place ready
Bring to a boil and cook slowly for *
their Lord have
betrayed Him by
4 minutes. use. To obtain complete pattern for the Play
\ Creomulsion relieves promptly because *Cream of Corn Soup. Cheese and Dried Beef Spread. warming themselves at the fires of Frock (Pattern No. 5600) applique' Baby
e it goes right to the seat of the this world. Duck and finishing directions send 16
ii trouble to help loosen and expel (Serves 6)) Ya pound American cheese cents In coin your name and address and
t t, germ laden phlegm, and aid nature 2 cups corn (canned or leftover) Yz cup drained canned tomatoes III. Christ Denied for Fear. (14: the pattern number. k'
to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed 66-72).
bronchial 2 cups boiling water Icup butter or substitute Due to an unusually large demand and
r branes. Tell you druggist mucous to sell mem.k' you 2 cups milk Yd pound dried beef, chopped Peter, the staunch defender of our current war conditions, slightly more timeIs

?'.. a bottle of Creo Ailsion with the understanding 1 slice onion Melt cheese in top of double boiler. Lord, who had assured Him that no the required most popular In filling pattern orders numbers.for a few of
must like the It matter how the others
you way 2 tablespoons butter cowardly
: quickly allays the cough or you are Add tomatoes gradually, stir- Send your order to:
be he
2 tablespoons flour might would stand fast (Mark
to have your money back.CREOMULSION. ring occasionally. Add butter and
Salt and pepper blend thoroughly. Add dried beef 14:29), now quails before a servant HOME NEEDLEWORK
.: Place maid. He curses and to try 530 South Wells St. Chicago.
corn, boiling water, milk and mix well. Store in refrigerator. swears
for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis and onion in a saucepan. Simmerfor Meat to strengthen his words of denial.
"_ 20 minutes. Rub through a sieve. Chopped Spread. What had happened to Peter? He

Brown flour and butter together.Stir 1 cup leftover meat, chopped had become so at home by the fire RIUMATH PAIN 1

in corn mixture. Simmer 5 1 teaspoon mustard of the enemies of his Master that >jr !
t minutes. Serve very hot. 2 finely chopped hard-cooked eggs he was afraid to confess his rela- Need not Spoil your Day-Gtt after It How
Chopped pickle or vinegar Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve "
:,Ii When making sandwiches, there's to moisten tionship to Him. He had followedso pain of muscular'rheumatismand
k.'. a'tendency to fall into the same. pattern Mayonnaise far off that He had lost touch other rheumatic pains. Caution: :
I and create Mix all together. with the Lord, and was again like Use only as directed. First bottle i

real monotony. y Spread gener- the Peter who on another'day looked purchase price back if not satisfied.
; New ideas can (('t'fr4" ously on buttered away from the Master's face and gOc and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223.

quickly pep up a bread.A feared the boisterous waves (Matt.
lunches whether fruit salad all 14:30). Anxious '

- they're at home %, quivery and delectable :'' Peter ,was afraid, and he denied Boob-They've got a new baby

or in the, lunch with fruit -' his Lord. How many there are who over at my brother's house.
Hull Was First box. It's easy to makes a perfect' are like him. They tremble beforean Rube-Is it a boy or girl?

Cordell Hull was the first cabinet achieve variety if, you use lowpointcream foil for a sand unbelieving world, and fearingthe Boob-I don't know yet-so I

member ever to address 3: cheese or some of the wedge- wich luncheonand scoffing of poor, weak, sinful don't know whether I am. an auntor
joint meeting of congress. gives your men, they deny their Lord.It an uncle.
menu plenty of variety: is time that Christian people

t Lynn Says *Date and Orange Salad. took courage and stood up for the
(Serves 4) Lord in all times and circum-
Escort Ideas: The little thingsyou .
stances.IV.
do for food are as importantas 1 package orange-flavored gelatin
1 boiling water Christ Condemned for Con-
the big things you do for themin cup
t'im: ;.- cold water venience (15:12-15)). .
%
i! cooking cup
;'i correctly. For exam Those ,
with ,
tanned-dark skin;
r\n
\ ple, the bread pudding 1 tablespoon lemon juice Pilate found no fault in Christ. He externallycausodwho want It 'e
be < 1
good, but it will be better may with a 12 pitted dates, quartered had no desire to condemn Him. He try lighter Dr.smoother FRED Palmer's softer.sfcouJd SkinWhlt.ner ''

f. LAUGH,EAT,TAlKfREE, > spoonful of spicy apple butter on 2 oranges, sectioned wanted to set Him free. But it not at Battened druggists.UsoZdayaosdlrccted.If MONEY GALENOI HACK.25o '
to be -
Lettuce proved politically inexpedient.
fl. OF EMBARRASSMENT top, or a dab of grape jelly. Box 201.Atlanta. Georgia. w +
Make Salad dressing To stand by his convictions DR. FRED PALMER'S 4 ?' "
your meat casseroles in-
It's so easy to enjoy all- concerning this innocent SKIN WHITENER I
,. r day confidence when teresting by leaving the vegeta- Dissolve gelatin in boiling water. person
would have inconveniencedhim
bles in larger pieces. When Add cold water and lemon juice and greatly
( your plates are held in you
place this
'.< by make biscuit the consistency of thick in many ways. So "wishing to Short Chinese Mile
-'comfort cushion'a: dentsf ormula. a topping; use different chill to syr-
content the multitude" he delivered China the mile measures only
of in dates and In
y i. Dr. Wernet's vent types cutters for bis- up. Fold orange sec
sore
,'. Powder lets you 2.Economical gums. cuit dough-hatchets, diamonds, tions. Pour into lightly oiled mold Jesus to be scourged and crucified. I 609 yards.
solid foods ; cloverleafs until firm. Serve Men, and women today are willing
enjoy small amount etc. and chill on let
avoid embarrass- lasts longer. Apple slices fried in bacon add tuce with salad dressing mixed with to condemn Christ anew because
ment of loose to submit to Him and bear His name [ATLFIRST '
3.Pureharmless, fragrance to your kitchen, and lemon or orange juice, or both. L 'D
, SICK OF Ajft6jfcBLEW.SAlYE.N05E
plates.Helps pre- pleasant tasting. have that hard-to-resist flavor would require of them a sacrificial [

,; : Alldru0gTsts3O.Moneybockifnotdehg1tadI! when served with old fashioned sire you looking for salad ideas? Senda living which they are not willing to ...
griddle cakes. stamped, self addressed envelope to giyc. So they pass Him by, and go
f Miss Lynn Chambers at Western News- Christless c :
", I on to a eternity.It 66
: I. I,_" I Save Those Used Fats; I paper Union, 210 South Dcsplaines Street, costs something to follow Jesusto j AL USE
Take Them to Ycur Butcher Cliicago 6, Illinois. stand true to Him in a rejecting I
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I the paper each week, and keeping up I predecessor, Jim Maddox, who resigned, I term In office and can honestly say FOR COUNTY
The Clewiston News and am trying: to make the county a that during this time I have done JUDGEI
with the news and the boys In ser I my
good commissioner. In asking to be best to familiarize myself with the nf-
I vice.. 'I will soon be leaving for elected to the office, I promise to give fairs'of my district and the county as hereby announce my candidacy for
at Inglewood the best service possible to Felda and a tn't.v0 then weeks training
Published every Friday In Clewis ton, eight the county as a whole, just as I am able an efficient as well us conscientious Hendry County subject to the democratic -
.Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS"Tnc. California, for aviation mechanics on doing this term. I will be grateful for: administration. In asking : primary in May. I have madea
I B 25's:" your vote. and" support. Thank you. for another term, I pledge my best efforts sincere effort to conduct the affairs ?
ASA TOWNSEND.Paid In a continuance of the same of the office In such a manner as to
( Political Advertisement.) policy. Your vote and support In the justify my request for another term, .
Robbins who has Map primary will be appreciated. find if reelected, will continue to give
Marie
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as second class! I AT. IVE1tS. the same. conscientious and efficient
February' 1 1927 at the Pest Office of in I completed her "boot training" and rou sunniFr (Paid Political Advert sement.) service Your vote and support will
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March 3, 1897.Subscription H M. (BOB) HARRIS.
I wish to that I
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here for a visit with her parents, Mr. Sheriff of Hendry county at the primary DISTRICT NO. ?
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Mrs. C. E. Robbins. Marie %V. N. FOR SIIEIIiFF'I
I and __ conduct the office In a manner to jus- (Bill) Stalhngs announces his
Advertising Rate On .Apl_llcntloii. graduated from the local high school tify another term, and I will appreciate candidacy for the office of county
your vote and support, I commissioner for district No. 3, Hendry wish to announce that I am a can-
I and was employed in a government BILL, MADDOX I County; Florida He has been a resident didate for the office of Sheriff of Hen-
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I of Public Instruction subject to Whether you work on a farm In Live ofqS
Training Detachment. II' the wishes of the voters In the May t ,
I 1t primary. If elected, I will work for Oak, a factory in Jacksonville or a hotel
the best interests of the- schools of ;
Our Hendry county and in every way pos-, / in Palm Beach, you ARE affected by
Boys sible ,endeavor to justify the confi- "
POLITICAL dence you place in me. I will deeply >; state problems. That's why you need a

appreciate your vote and support. I man whose vision and experience PROVES
ANNOUNCEMENTS Thank you. .
!I theService 1 I MRS. HOMER TAYLOR.
in (Paid Political Advertisement.) I he can direct state progress. ,

FOR CLERIC OP COURTI
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I Elect
wish to announce my candidacyfor DISTRICT NO. .1-DENAUDI
the office of clerk of the circuit
court of Hendry county subject to the i ERNEST B. GRAHAM
May: primary. I have been a resident I wish to announce to the voters of ,
of Hendry county for sixteen years. If Hendry county that I am a candidatefor
elected will conduct the affairs of the reelection to the office of County I the ALL-FLORIDA GOVERNOR ;- .
I Commissioner' of district No.4, whichis
office in an efficient and businesslike raid Political Adv. '
MN NN I.:M..:M NN MNN NN NNNN:NNN:-:N:-:N: manner.respectfully Your solicited vote and support are Fort Denaud. I am serving my first I

G. B. RACKSTRAW.Paid .
I
Hager Lowe has written home ( Political Advertisement.) "_ W .'""" -r.AL: from India that he has received a

Citation Ribbon of which he is very FOil COUNTY COMMISSIONER: \
proud. Hager gave no details of the DISTRICT NO. S '

reason for the citation award, but -'. .
This is to announce that I am in the ''- ;
said that 15 enlisted men and 3 race for County Commissioner of Dis- .
officers were selected to receive their trict No. 3, LaBelle, subject to the \
wishes of the voters of Hendry county
citation ribbons from the general; is expressed in the May 2 primary.I f.
( .
the rest of the awards were pre- am a lifetime resident of this section / I o ti ...
and deeply interested in its welfare r
sented by the commanding officerof and development. To this end, if elected. I
the post. Hager was chosen as I will give the best service of whichI ., .
capable. Your vote and support ,
am
one of the 15 to be decorated by the will be greatly appreciated. Thank

general, and said it was his most you.

frightening experie 1ce. Our boy (Paid Political Advertisement.R. B. WALDRON.)

don't show their fright when faced

by Japs. but their knees do shake FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
when they stand up in front of the DISTRICT NO. 5

battalion to be decorated.
*, I hereby; announce to the voters of v
Hendry county that I am a candidatefor
Lloyd Kelly, (Lf. J.g.l has been the office of County Commissionerof :
District No. 5, Felda subject to the
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skipper of his boat siIice February25th democratic primary in May. I am j I

he writes ,Mr. and Mrs. E. E. serving the unexpired term of my

Kelly here. Lloyd had already been
promoted to the rank of Lt. j.g., but 11- :H N:N NON..:..:..:N N-N N N H N:..:N:N:N N:N:N H:Nl

this is his first experience in charge. I ji1'ni '

He! Is on a mine-sweeper in the Pa-

cific. The nicest thing about being

skipper, he ,says, is that the promotion J
to feel
back to
usually precedes a trip

States few l ..
the: / although a months

usually intervene.


W.. C. Owen,*Jr.*, writes* from Plat- I important? -..,.' ;

tsburg, New York, that it's been be- ., ,. .'

tween 0 and 15 degrees ever since ,, ',
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he and a fellow Ensign from Tu- I .:.: :>;: --,' ,{
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lane landed there a couple of weeks I' You'll be important-to jour '," '. \ .

Bill and the other Ensign '
ago. and :
country, -to jour fighting
; graduated from Tulane together and I men-if jon take over a vital .' ./;' ; /

made the trip up stopping off in I job in the Army. ; ;
New York City for two dajs. A -t. ;. "' i
In Women's .;
I the Army Corps t J : :. : }

naval established training at station Plattsburg has and just been Bill I jou'll ge.t expert the Army trainingthat to a .,. ..\\ ',", 'A. :;;"!:.:,:;,k'.', 'MEPJCA'S, u rr.:atest postwar duty 'will, be jots'1 : for" .,}',::;.."..'fi 1--\:ti r r'S'
may pave way
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and the other Ensign ,are company postwar career. You'll June a ;: : > : .'- ', :( returning service men and womenespecial : : and. I-.-:';: !-i:;
r '... if ,'
e; commanders of 100'midshipmen in I :: ; :?::-: ,; : (' ,, >- <
chance to improve jour skill or ;. .( .< L1 for disabled veterans '*:.. '-. '!>."
d- ; ,.:: / "; .
training "
there. ,
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learn a new one-to meet new '1- .":. ", ;',, '; .. .. ,,. '. : \<;,'t" -I'

o I people, see ncw'places, have experiences :. .,, .'.:.,;C-'I, "-, "' .' i::'," r Only by planning: now can we unfailingly ..1'J our/ I 1::, ,-/">/"_'''*.

Owen Winn writes from somewhere :jou'll remember all "' f 7" ; :' f i '. those who have disabled in_ nation's' '.: "'}:; f.::;
in the Southwest Pacific that I jour life. 'Ttf: ."..,Y'\ ,. .'i r" debt to teen our .: ;-o.'

he' received 7 copies of the Clewis Get full details about the .' :.;:ff: '.- ':.' ::7'Y; :: : ,',>. defense.. They ;nuste given the opportunity to ivor\as] _) ::;;; .:.: s

ton News in one mail recentlythe ,- AVAC at TJ. S. Recruiting
I any ;:; : : : .' ,' '" ably! as handicapped C1'SG11S. :.'(:' !*
Christmas rush on mail being Station. Or write for interest- : : .'itf ... ., : < \ ij *
I ':. ;'- I.r '<:' ,- '.. :".:'- .. 'T::,.rv': >
about over. He said "from the new fag booklet. Address: The Ad- : = know that will await them : :
:,, : } / : : :: /::; They must jobs on completion :: names in it, we'll be strangers when jutant General, 4415 Munitions: i :

we get home. There has been quitea Bldg., Washington ,' 23, D. C. .' : :..; ._. : ;!/': .' of rehabilitation training .full time, full wage jobs '''<;<;.t.

bit going on here, but! I will haveto (Women in essential industry 1 l' ," :' ;,." < ) ( 'J
war "' 4 where find health
J / >: c, r in surroundings theyovlll happIness'i: ;'.
wait awhile before I can tell you must have icleasa from .'" sselfrespect ',"\" ,"
anything.' their emplojer or the U. S. Em- ,L- .\,")) :,':,'--, .-' ,>\: ;" ,-' and a sense of achievement. This knowledgef H-i." : :::

.. # ployment Service.) I ,f -, .. ," :',:', -i" I.. .?it'G( :';_',. _...:will promote mental .serenity and speed their recovery .':" :.:...:,.
Sgt. F. Mountain writes .
'Clyde .. : .' ', "
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from Columbus, Miss. "Enclosed is i '). .Florida is fortunate able show Americaathe :
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a renewal certainly subscription'have' enjoyed to the receiving News.I ,tELECT,................................................_..........._...............:..:..:..:..:...:..:.. I ; ...,-: '; '.;' way and at once begin the placement of handicapped '-:',,":', _

...1 I ; '; '; veterans in the development of hex unrivaled natural _", t., : ,
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sunshine rainfall
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resources fertility. : .
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/ I '- t In the United States.Sugar Corporations plans for ..- \
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DWIGHT L. ROGERS I I ..., :': ;- immediate and future expansion stand committed' to-:'


t, I ,. :' our share of this worthwhile effort. We invite all" '
k'
f P YOUR I f'' ?' employers to join us in creating opportunities for!")'._ ,-

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CONGRESSMAN I handicapped veterans. Communicate '.

II I <, rc PICTORY with State Headquarters or thegBUY W

\ Ho gave us I Washington office of the Veterans' /1K7W


. rem Homestead Exemption ; '. UNITED STATES Administration or your local posts lAND

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of veterans'
4'4v ; ; (freeing homes from_ taxeshcn :: ) .Ioxns organizations.

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STAMPS
\\ he- served in t"he Florida I {

s '" ;; Legislature.' ? ,.... .," -

Let him in, national S \ S
help us affairs :
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I' N by; senlingCONGRESS him to S .

1IJNn1rJED STATES UGAlIt CO:nP@RA'1flI@N


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FRIDAY, MARCH 10,. 1944 THE CLEWISTOX NEWS


Lard Is Not Rationed I it was before counsel for the object UPCHURCH: SETS SWIFT Millard Caldwell Says I 43, pineapple and fruit cocktail up

ing creditors took it from the court PACE OX SPEAKING TOUR 7 to 43, apples up 6 to 18, apple

During MarchLard I of appeals to the United States Supreme He Plans Farm Relief sauce up 5 to 25, cherries, except

Court which sent it back to LIVE OAK, March 9-Although maraschino, up 9 to 36, and figs

I the master for additional findings. victory is in the future, Florida, with Millard Caldwell, candidate for up 9 to 30. Tomato catsup goes up

can be bought during the Judge Holland in his ruling also 15,000 returned veterans.of Wor'ldWar Governor, visited Clewiston for a 5 points to a new value of 23 points,

:month of March without ration I held that this mandate by the supreme No. 2 in the state, already few hours Saturday on a campaigntour while tomato juice is hiked 3 points

.points, according to a ruling made court had been met. faces what many believed would bea of the section. Mr. Caldwell, to a new total of 6 for a No. 2 can.

by the Office of Price Administration. -I Judge Holland held, too, that the post-war problem, Frank D. Up- who was accompanied 'by his cam- Grapefruit juice previously point-
court action was not a church, of St. Augustine, candidate free to move out the old pack, is assigned
supreme paign John
At the same time the OPA manager, Kilgore, was
.allocated 50,000,000 pounds of reversal and that therefore the for governor, declared in a speech here during the noon hour, and be- a one-point value to "assure
.. I issue limited to the I here opening the second week of his Meter distribution" of the new packcoming
was questionof
,lard to soap making during the same state-wide speaking tour. cause of the time of day did not
whether the new findings em- to market. Orange juice and
:period. This was made possible, it make a speech.
During the week Upchurch sched- blended citrus juices, requisitionedby
braced those ordered by the highest
was said, because the current rate The candidate called on many
uled a steady advance westward the armed forces last year but
court. friends and acquaintances his
during
of hog slaughter is boosting lard
through Suwannee, Hamilton, Madi- now
reappearing shelves
en store ,
Holland signed interlocutory brief stay here and reported that he
; production to record breaking levels. Judge a new
son, Jefferson, Leon, Gadsden, Jack- are given a 2 point value for No. 2
Lard available to civilians during decree putting a second I I was meeting with a very pleasing
son, Washington, Holmes and Wal- cans, from
up a zero rating. Grape
(. \ the month of March has been increased O. K. on the district plan of .composition success in the race thus far.
ton counties, making from four to juice goes from 4 to 6 points for a
debt which has not been Mr. Caldwell stated that he
...1' .r : to 206,000,000 pounds, as of
public
I eight appearances daily. pint. '
o :against the original allocation'of affected by the litigation since the His would propose a new form of farm
program he explained, includes -
165,000,000 pounds. only other creditor is the Recon- providing promptly useful, !relief. He would "put all the power BAPTIST CHURCHH.
: This order does not affect shortening struction Finance Corp. which fur- and influence of the state govern-
gainful employment for .
returning | C. Meador, Pastor
made from vegetable oils, nished the more than $5,000,000 refinancing ment. behind an effort to break bottlenecks -
service men and women and a j --
which continue on the ration list as cash in return for refunding in supplies and materialsfor I.
streamlined educational, for Sunday School 9:45
program a. m.
heretofore. bonds.Jacksonville. farmers, and he would seek removal -
those who entered the armed forces of unwise restrictions on pro-1 Morning Worship-11:00-. m.
f" before completing their schooling. Training Union-6:15
: p. m.
duction goals, inflexible price ceil-
Woman Leveling a direct attack against Evening Worship:30 p. nv
DRAINAGE BOARD ings and regulations, and would demand -
,: bureaucracy, Upchurch said ,"we are I an end to the piling up of red Prayer Meeting-8:00 p. m.

\ Enters Party Race I in the peculiar position of being unable tape and complicated forms and reports IMPORTANT NOTICE. Beginning -

7 ACTION UPHELD IN | to take any action without violating so the farmer could go backto the last Sunday in this month
the time of our evening services will
some law ,order, directive,
Mrs. Neal Alford, wife of a Jack- farming and not turn bookkeeper. -
sonville physician has announcedthat regulation, rule or degree." ." change. On March 26th Training

\ FEDERAL COURT she is a candidate for Demo- Union begins at 6:45 p. m. Evening
Worship at 8:00: p. m.
cratic national committeewomanfrom Colored Man Knows RATIONING REVIVAL MEETING. The annual -
Florida.
Objecting creditors of Everglades A member of the state Demo- War's On; He's BusyThe CALENDARMEAT j revival meeting of our church
} j will begin the last Sunday of March.
Drainage district who sought full cratic committee for several years,
Rev. J Jelks, of
.W. former pastor
payment on their $200,000 in defaulted Mrs. Alford served as state finance '.
l,: Democrat job department i BUTTER, ETC. the First Baptist Church of Lakeland,
bonds, lost again Monday in
chairman for its women's division
.: printed this week for a colored mana II I Book 3 brown stamps Y and Z will be our guest preacher. Make
Federal Judge John W.
I a ruling by until she resigned to run for national '
Holland on the second master's report committeewoman. She is a past placard he displays' in his place of I good through March 20; book 4 red your plans to attend every meetingin
business; the words of the placard stamps A8, B8 and C8 good for 10 this series. Your soul will be .
; 't4' on the district's plan of com- president of the 'Duval County Fede- I
give a point of view creditable to
j blessed.
tokens
/E position of debt.Narrowing ration of Women's clubs. !! points through May 20. Red
his perception of a state of affairs: worth one point in change. I Tuesday the W. M. S. program

the issues far within "Ask for what you want,. pay when (Meat grades: A Aor choice, A and business meeting will be heldat
the confines of the fields covered I I
E. Florida strawberry growers must served-we are busy! or good, B or ,commercial, C or the church at 3:30 p. m.

'I by counsel for both the district and depend on locally-grown plants for "Have your fun, but be nice. If I utility, D or cutters and canners.) I Wednesday the Junior G. A. will

P: the objecting creditors: Judge Holland setting next fall, says Dr. A. N. you can't be nice, leave here. Re-I FRUITS JAMS ETC. meet at the church at 3:30 p. m. .
J ,
f : held that the finding by Spe- \ member, your country is at war.Don't .
: Vernon Hathorne and Brooks of the Experiment Station'sStrawberry Book 4 coupons K, L and M validthrough I Thursday the Sunbeams will gather -
cial Master N.
:. be foolish. You are free now,
Laboratory.From at the church at 3:30 for their
March 20; A8, B8, C8, D8
f r: additional findings made by him, but will we be if we lose this war? songs and Bible and missionary .'
and E8 for 10
good points through
; support the decree confirming the "
f'f 3% to 4 pounds of feed is Ask yourself. May 20. Blue tokens worth one I' stories. -
: plan made by Judge Curtis L. Waller The Office of War Informationhas .
A cordial invitation
is
required to produce a pound of.poul- point in very extended -
" E }fn January, 1943, and confirmed by try meat. a lot of high-caliber writers of I change.SUGAR to the community as a whole ,.
L the court of appeals. propaganda slogans but of worship
none Stamp 30 in book 4 valid for five'I to at any and all of oar

.. : ,.4t' All of which had the effect of I them have done better than the I pounds through March 31; stamp services. You .will find a friendly
Its
putting the right back where YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? Clewiston business
: case negro man. 40 valid for canning through Feb. I greeting awaiting you and good

f. 28, 1945 (correct). fellowship while you are there. "
I I THE BAPTISM
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t I Book 1 stamp SHOES 18 and book 3 will be administered the evening

stamp 1 on airplane sheet valid in-I worship service Sunday night.
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-, ..'", .. ..-, '. ');F., ,, ., ,' ,, .," ,.'. -......1'..::::" .. ".'; .. ., ." ''". I only definitely.on mail Loose orders.stamps accepted I RODEO TO BE HELD ATPAHOKEE .{
; 11TH-12TH'
: MARCH
"" '. : GASOLINE9A I

. 2. : f ;) : ii >&; valid for three gal-
< coupons
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t ,, : '- -> iraT < __. "'< lons 8.FUEL ;' The Elks of Pahokee. are sponsor ;
.. ,, ..t. through' May :.,
; '"' > OIL ing a rodeo which will be held 'at

< : No. 4 and 5 coupons valid through Elks field March 11th-12th., Per- :,'

.I"c 0 }. .rf' Sept. 30.Definite.
.I formances are scheduled for Satur-
Our value. coupon good any
boys .
inervice I .',., time. day and Sunday afternoons at 3

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p. m. with a big parade in Pahtke
:" > 7, I -
:": Points for Fruit at 1 p. m. Saturday.
>.\.,;: ..fg'J.: \: Up ,
: The rodeo, is being produced by

; ... s ..>-......,. ....,,.o ., '. .. '. .\F\/\ Down for VegetablesIn .: I Oscar Clemons, a rancher of Venus, '
and promises to be among the best

; c' ever presented in this section of
lowering point values on can-.
l ; ned Florida. /
vegetables for the month of
t The of fifteen thrill
program some
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cWo March the OPA declared that home
; / is of both
packed events made up
canners had done a "magnificentjob"
last year for Which they deserve exhibition ,acts and' contests-trick
'I r : -'through the Red Cross "full credit" for lower point roping trick riding, Billy Keen and

ration values. Meantime, however, I his car jumping horses, Jack An-

,.. ," .point values go up considerably on drews and his trained brahman bull
.' : :- .. .... : .: canned fruits. "Henry," Dave and Doloress Nimmo,
;. 'L, -'" .'. expert ropers and riders from Chey-
More
\ points will be required, too
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for tomato juice, and for the first enne, Wyo., Nellie Lingle, champion
t lady bucking horse rider,. SmokyJoe
time since ration
early December
.. ARE CALLING ON US li :: stamps' will be needed for buying colored cowboy who will ride
wild bulls and horses. Cash purses
\ -
.' 1 .. J grapefruit juice. Also hiked are
'!,'. > ,\::-: .,... I the ration values on orange juicfl have been posted in the contest
r 'V < : and blended citrus juices, events. Contest events include
grape
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brahman bull riding, calf roping
: ,. ." ., juice, tomato catsup and canned;:
- ,... ''t' '.: '" t "' ._ 'tlf0. ,_. '; fresh lima beaos. steer wrestling and ;saddle: brook
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"..'. ." ; ,""L :: : "" >TY Point reductions were orderedfor riding.
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as follows: Peas down from 10 to

;' -. r. .." . ,",.,. .. _' .'. '. ,: : ," 3. points, tomatoes from 10 to 5, -.

\( ,: :: { corn 10 to 8, asparagus 15 to 10,

'" and fresh shelled beans 8 to a point-


: Let us so respond that it free rating.A zero rating. is also assigned for

dried prunes, raisins, currants and
',L ?,fi' mixed dried fruits while present

values continue for frozen foods,

.. can be said with truth :, preserves and jellies, dry beans, baby -

foods and soups.
: '
{ '\:: .' Declaring canned
: ; consumption of
I ::; fruits is
about 18 per cent aheadof
I a.nd pride schedule, OPA designated these

4 :;if: '. I higher values for popular sized cans: <

;, ,:t: ;" ..' ), Peaches and pears up 13 points to
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did well IWILlARDi//i
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V RNORntroteRICP4MtQYMAK Florida with Can Caldwell Bo 1;
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I SERVANT OF AKD FORTH! PEOPLE PolIlICIIIM.. P.Id.r,lor lUrll by Frlrndt. ofMillard


"""" HE Will KEEP FAITH WITH YOU
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CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 1O. 1944
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Mrs.'iKomer Taylor j pregnable fortress of Its subterran- Book ReviewsNew r been made on them from Glades MR. AND MRS. H. 1). T5ZELL I

can vitality: and emerges upon the county for a good while. This area CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING

,Out for CountySuperintendent solicitation of spring.. Sown by the ---- I' is in the Jurisdiction of the Braden-
I Public Li-
winds, by wondering birds, propagated -] books in Clewjston ton Production Association,- and for Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Ezell celebrated '

: by the subtile horticulture of I brary-reviewed by Mrs.. W. ,Dean loans for emergency conditions the I their Golden Wedding anniversary '

I the elements which are its ministers' King, chairman: office is at Fort Lauderdale. Banks: Monday. February 28,' at the

and servants, it softens the rude and other private agencies are providing home of their M.
Tprs.' Homer Taylor, of Felda this A FOR ADANO i II daughter, Mrs. E.
BELL
Veek announces that she is a candidate I outlines of the world. It evades the all the credit that farmers in 1 Cornette, with whom they are visit.
solitude of deserts, climbs the inac- By. John Jersey this area require. I lug' for a few months. '
superintendent -
office of county
for the This is a novel by the young war
of public 'schools sub- cessable slops, and pinnacles of Their son, W. H. Ezell, of Cleveland -
: correspondent who wrote Into The
mountains and modifies the historyof MRS. NOWLING WINS FIRSTPRI7E Ohio, with
in1't"h came down to be
:ject1 to the wishes of the voters Unobstructive Valley. ]t'Is'a' no'veib t it is also
the world. and pa- AT BRIDGE CLUB his parents on the occasion and
Mar primary. immortal and the truth. It is about .Americans!,! in
ofHpendry tient, it has vigor aggression with Mr. and Mrs. Cornette and
"Mrs. has been a resident
Taylor about the American major '
: Italy,
Banished from the thoroughfare '
: county since 1922. Sheserved rebuild Mrs. R. c. Nowling won first their daughter, Sue, enjoyed the
tried to'' occupied
who
: two terms as member of the and'fie! s, it bides its time an prize at the evening bridge club wedding anniversary!, dinner which
: town along the lines of his own
,
to return, and when vigilance is relaxed -
'county school board, one term as which was entertained at the homeof was planned to celebrate the event.
bringing. He understood the wonderful -
it silently resumes the throne from Mrs Foy Durrence won second prize on February 28, 1894, in Morton's
In' asking for the privilege of whichit has been expelled but whichit ; simple people of ,the town,
II and Mrs. C. L .McLendon low. Gap, Kentucky, the little town in
serving as county superintendent and he knew how much they wantedto
abdicates. It bears no _
never which
The hostess served congealed they now make their home.
M/s.; Taylor declared, in her an- of bloom to charm the sen- carry on the customs of their I
blazonry salad, wafers and tea to Mrs Nowl- They have lived in other locations In
nouncemfcut, which appears for the homeland but also how much they
of ses with fragrance or splendor, but ing, Mrs. Durrence, Mrs. Glen Ether the years that followed, but several
first time in this week's edition wanted and 'needed a new freedom.He *
its homely hue is more enchantingthan I ton, Mrs. McLendon, Mrs. Joe M. years ago moved back to the town' in
the News, that, "if ,elected, I will found that an ancient bell which
It
the or the yieldsno
lily rose.
Hall, Mrs. Curtis Thompson, Mrs. which they were married and which
work for the best interests of the the town had loved had been taken
fruit in earth or air, yet should I II has
Richard Yoder, and Mrs. A. W.. always seemed like home ,to
schools of Hendry county and in away by the Fascists to make gun
I I its harvest fail for a single year I Lawrence. then{ :
every way possible endeavor to justify famine would depopulate the world." barrels, and he did something aboutit.
1 1me. --
the confidence you place in He discovered that there were I

I will deeply appreciate your I FOURTEEX WEDDINGS IX pretty girls in Italian towns just as I Cadets Want More Coat
Something Not Taxed!
vote and support. Thank you. CHAPLAINS' SERVICES there are in American towns. And .
Hangers Please
I he and his new friends, ran into some I Money To DependentsCAMP "" .

:HIDNPRY COUNTY REGISTERSFrom CAMP BLANDING; March S-Attending crippling difficulties-red tape and I .

I -- to the religious needs of prejudice which revealed themselves I The cadets at Riddle Field have

'( Hendry County News) trainees and others at this largest in astonishing quarters.Mr : BLANDING, Mar s- asked Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, chairman -

to a report from JohnL. military installation in Florida. .HerS Y's novel has tho )kind of I Wives and other dependents of of the local Red Cross chapter,

'According Camp Blanding's 22 chaplains, dur- truth that could come only from to renew her plea for coathangersfor
Hall, county supervisor of regIs- Army men who receive the family
ing the month of January, held 461 first-hand knowledge coupled with them. These small but necessary -
total of 352 registrations allowance "
tration, a or an allotment from the
officers while services with an attendance of 44- profound understanding and feeling. pieces of equipment may no
district '
were: taken by I payroll of an Army man are not obli- longer be bought in the stores, and
books in the 900, Post, Chaplain Edward R. Car- But the story also has a rich mean-
the registration were gated to pay income tax on that the ,cadets need several each. Mrs.
I ter. announced. ing for the future for it deals with ,
precincts.The In addition, the chaplains made men 'who are already lacing prob- payment, the Army's Office of Dependency Patterson feels that many familiesin

tally by precincts reads: 343 hospital visits ministering to the lems that will follow in the wake of Benefits announced recently Clewiston could 'spare a few and

Precinct No. 1, Clewiston, 160. needs of more than 8,000 soldiers war. It makes clear, the fact that through the Camp Blanding together would be able to supply the fi.

Precinct No. 2, East LaBelle,>9. who were patients at one time or characters and agreements are effec- Public Relations Office. request without inconvenience to. ,j-

:Precinct No.3, West LaBelle, another. Seventeen visits were madeto tive as the men who are sent to implement -I Wives-and other relatives who anyone. ,

Precinct No. 4, Denaud,' 9. 28'j the stockade. There were. 13 them are actually dependent upon "*a soldier -, The hangers may be left at the

Precinct No.5, Felda, 1. weddings and 7 baptisms. Mr. Hersey spent three months of I -receive. allotments of $50 Patterson home and will be? deliveredto '

-Precinct---,--!- No.-. 6.. Hooker's the summer of 1943 in the Mediterranean and up a month, depending on the the Field

145. theater, covered the Sicilian I number of dependents. This is partially -
'
; "G. I. NIGHTINGALE" HAS campaign, and lived for s'ome' timein taken from the soldier's pay, CARD OF THANKSWe
said he would be able to give
Hall RELATIVES HERE
village with a matching the
payment'from
a like .the town of Adanoof
the total county registration withina his story. government. This money. is not 'sincerely wish to thank each

: few days, in time for publication Frances Langford of Lakeland. !taxed. In addition a soldier is I, and every one of the many friendsfor

:in next week's issue of the News. called "the Florida peach", and "the LIANA privileged to allot a per centage of the kindnesses shown us, and the

'Qualified voters in the newly creat-I I sweetheart of World War' II," has By Martha Gellhorn pay 'to a ret"ativeyithout receivinga many lovely' flowers during the loss ,

ed precinct 6 were forced been largely in the news this week, : government matching payment. of our dearly loved husband and
in order to vote in the
register : having been written up in maga- penetrat These are the sources of income father, W. P. Conley. ,

:ing elections, and many of these I zines of national circulation and in against the richly colorful background I which are not taxed. What is taxed: Mrs. W. P.: Conley,
eliminated from the '
names must be Florida papers. She is with BobHope's of however, according to Brig. Gen. H. Mrs. Clyde B. Garrett, '.
accu-I I a little French island in
No. 1 book before
:precinct an show which has been entertaining the Caribbean. I N. Gilbert, director of the Office of Mrs. L. C. Nipper, ., .
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rate tally ran be prepared. '" service men. In private 'life is Dependency Benefits, ''is the case of Mrs. Ann Rogers, '
It the of Marc
registrations in his story foyer,
Hall is taking I' Mrs: John Hall, cinemactor, she is wealthiest his a divorced wife receiving an alLowance Homer Clyde Conley,
courthouse from now man on the island,
'office at the
of the old Florida family of which I or pay-check allotment in pay- Ruth Conley.
until April 15. The office is open I I young and beautiful native wife .
there are members in this area. ment of alimony. Because of varied -
Liana
on week days between the hours of I I and the young French refugee -
circumstances, divorced wives are Molds found canned foods with
on ,
school master Marc had hired
and 12 and 2 to I 5
9 a. m. noon,
I advised to consult the local Internal the exception of jams, jellies and
: m. ED BAKER: WILL OPEN II to educate his wife. Here is a novelof
p. Revenue Office for a ruling in. theirspecific preserves, usually mean that the
The supervisor cautions voters to CAMPAIGN AT BIRTHPLACE intense emotions and brilliantly

be sure they are registered in the realized characters, a moving and I case. ,I foods, are spoiled.

-lg district.. In looking over the I''I ORLANDO.i March 9-Following impassioned_ story of three lonely I

"books which were returned to his I I a swing into northwestern; and north- people, each of whom, in the climax, I THE' MAN YOU'LL HEAR MORE ABOUT |

office from the districts Monday, eastern counties Senator Ed Baker, obey the dictates of their strongest

:night, Hall said he noticed the I candidate for governor, returned to ,love, and find their destiny. I :
With her book Martha Cell-! JD ED BAKER I: :
names' of several persons who were I his state headquarters here today i new .lii

'registered in the districts. I and expressed himself as well pleased 'r W JiJ@ii. :
wrong accomp-lished I :; r. -: ::.:.::.::4:;.. &. : :
Steps should be taken to have this I with his contacts with key men in BUSINESS MAN CANDIDATE FOR 1'11: : -:" :}; ?Yff : =rl

corrected at once, he said. those areas. polished prose, tells a compelling,.
I tender story, and portrays her characters GOVERNORState R' FA" :
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Baker declared, "Interest in poli- '. >. :> +( : +:,:::'AJ; :;;
with a maturity that holds r <
"GRASS" I tics is running nearly a month later sophistication and poignancy. Senator; Civic Leader Safe, <" ''... "w.-%*"' It' JIr"m ::::
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I than usual. Our people are engaged I Sound, Practical, Hard-Working Citi ".1 L. :krf.$"

The following article vis taken in war production, attending the 1 FARM CREDIT"GOOD f I zen-FROM LAKE COUNTY IN THE .f.'r''C. 1t. }."f, ":
from the .Florida State Marketing j needs of service bases, working in HEART OF FLORIDA '>> : ;--:: Y.- .:.' L.
1 It 'is direct various ""Wfid': : .,>): :- f' .....
Bulletin, June 1943. a stages of agricultural pro- I .
There are two or more agencies of I \ .BE SURE YOU ARE QUALIFIED 'TO VOTE i ...:
quotation from ,Senator Ingalls duction and serving our unexpectedly tr ',:.-: .
government that assist in financing! PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT i i.' .'.' ?. >
of Kansas. large number of winter visitors. I
food production but no calls have, I
"Grass is the forgiveness of Nature Local races will serve to 'warm ,up' -- I ..

-her constant benediction. most counties after March 17 qualify-

Fields trampled with battle, saturated ing date and candidates for governor-\ -

-: with blood, torn with the ruts of will have plenty of time to arouse THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. :

3 f cannon, grow green with grass, and interest in the various issues to be "

carnage is forgotten. Streets aban- introduced before the first; primary." J J j i-\

doned by traffic become grass grown Having decided to open his active ';.'.1-Y--:

' like rural lanes and are obliterated. campaign at 'the place of his birth, I : ',:;t ,-
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Forests decay, harvests perish, Plant City, Baker thereafter will appear :I .,
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flowers vanish, but grass is immor- I in every county while following ':.

. ta'l. Boleaguered by the sullen hosts I'Ia schedule of four to five speeches r !I ,.;,\ '....
of winter it withdraws into the im- daily I I '
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citforcement will b'Cofficcl' "Judge, would you mind tellin' Charlie here during our 13 years of prohibition What

other walkin' really vote for is whether liquor is going '
I V '.'what you told me the night} you

m ;g tss ;; 3 arl)1''i:1te-d.- I home from lodge. I can't word it just the to be sold legally or %//legally...w4ether the 1
Ii did." community is going to get needed taxes for "
II way you .
q 4iiwi4! ; i "Sure thing, Tim. Here's what I told him schools, hospitals, and the like, or'whether

i I Charlie. There's no such thing as votin' a this money is going to go to gangsters and

I nation, a state, a county, or even a comt'OOtleggers.. That's the answer, boys. '

Jt r I I I I. munity dry. We had proof. enough of that sbnple as A-B-C." .

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MARCH 10, 1944 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE SEVEN

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I owners of the Clewiston Dry Goods!' Boys Form 4-H Even if you cannot FOUND Good -
r company, who died in an. Orlando I fishingrod

+ [r Personals I hospital Saturday Club At SchoolA squeeze another bond in park. Call at Mrs.Yoder's .
J JBud
: I
[ from bank
'J I "Sonny" Vaughn has left for I 4-H club was organized at the I| your account, reservation..
;: Gainesville where he is entering the '
Clewiston school Monday afternoon j that
I University of Florida as a freshman i you can kqep con Phone )155R.MgnIIM. .
by ,H. I. Johnson, county agent'who; i
Medford of Pahokee was a I for the present semester. [I i visited the school and discussed the''tainer, : for waste fats in .... Y yyyAWANTEDUsed

business visitor here Saturday. 1----1 organization with the boys who are j
ice box. The B and electric
I interested.The your _
daughter, Karen, of Moore Haven, ;
I R. Y. Patterson was a business club will be named the "Clew '
visitor in Tallahassee this week. spent the week end here with the i iston Boys 4-H Club." The members I' B market will give you 2 I sweeper or carpet .
former's mother, Mrs. S. J. Yoder. "
I are John'Barton, Herbert Wal- I brown points per pound. sweeper in good condi-.
)\11'. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., ,
I II I ston, Curtiss Leightner, George
'Spent. Sunday afternoon in LaBelle. Miss Harriett Stewart Pullen of Vane, Bub Mills Vernon -1 ..----. _._-.-_-?-JjLJrAs -_- -_-,-_-.-_-_ ,tion. Box ABC ,News.
"- I Asheville, N. C., arrived Thursday to i De-I I I ,
I: Gene Meisier, Jimmy Beck, r
I hen's teeth
visit her cousin, Mrs Harley Case. scarce as r
Mrs. FredSikes, and children werovisitors Wright, Billy Toulis, Russ Owens, I
in West Palm Beach' Wednesday I Miss ,Pullen is a U. S. cadet nurse 'David Thielen and Fred Young. I are extra copies '.of the Red and copper skin ;
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at Johns Hopkins. J I '
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x Officers elected are: John Barton,
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: II Clewiston News these sweet potato plants 50c
\ I president; Herbert WalstouXyicei .
Mrs. Miss Virginia Lawhou, who has i '
_ Mr. and Harry Foster of j president; Vernon Forester, secretary -, )100.
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j been employed at the Clewiston hospital days. Be of $41000 500
sure ,
Moore Haven were visitors here ; and_ George deVaiie reporter. I I your up, :
\, for a few Jnonths, has return- !
Sunday. II Mr. Johnson recently completed $3 1 00. :
| i Rusing & Son
by entering
J ed to Chattanooga. Mrs Marianne .the organization of a club in LaBelle. I IGirl copy your ,
Mr. Hamrick of '. Morton is now on duty at the "hospital j 2101 NW 63rd
and Mrs. R. E. i I subscription NOW. St., Mi '. '.;
LaBelle were visitors in Clewiston Spoilt Members .,'
Sunday I ", i ami. 1 Itp.

Miss Edythe Nell Corn tto.of I Complete Patrols I FOR SALE- -6 ft. Elec-
Lakeland spent the week end. herewith
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rackstrawwere I .
: business visitors in Fort Myers her parents, Mr. and Mrs.: E. I I trolux refrigerator.: Mrs. '
I Thursday. 11\1. Cornette. Miss Edythe Nell i is.: The three patrols of the new Johnson's Fish Camp '
I
I ; senior at Florida Southern Col Clewiston Girl Scout Troop have I Lois Ayers, Clewiston"I

Mrs. John Elmore and Mrs. Her- lege. completed, their organization at i (Near Hurricane Gate) <

'f man Dyes were visitors in Fort meeting held during the past week, j Inn. 1 tp. Clewiston, Flo. ..,
Myers Monday.H. Private and'1Irs.. Sam Lang are I II and are now> engaged in plans for Boats and Motors-Guide Service
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I parents of a baby girl, who was,j j advancement of individual Scouts. I'' --/ rrrJr.rVrr Rates Reasonable .

C. Avant left Friday for Waij"j i born March 1st in the local hospital. ( The 13 and 14 year old group, .{!IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? W. H. Johnson, Mtr. :
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The baby has been named Etl lyn with Laura Bailey as patrol leader J ,
terboro, S. C., to spend several weeks \ .
.
with relatives. Dale. Private Lang, is "somewhere and Mrs. Dell Crochet as assistant ---- ;J.1

------- I in England." leader, meets each, Wednesday aft- rI
I at the I -- --- '
ernoon Community -
Center.
i c Mrs. Howard Sutton underwent a :
major operation at the local hospital I Mrs. S. J. Yoder, Mrs. Glen Ether- I The group has chosen the name of '
yesterday., ton, Mrs Ed Townsend, Mrs. Laura Lone Wolves Edith Long is'leader; I Today's F U N NIG! RAM By Peters t. ]

I Vorhees, Mrs. E. W. McLeod,. Mrs.J. Caroline Robison, assistant leader, .

_ Mrs. A. O. Ward and Mrs. R. .M. F. Morrison, Mrs. A. G. Twiddy,, Louise Prewitt, secretary" and Har- :
DI. Mrs. J. K. Rogers :
Mrs. S. Wright,
I riet Alston treasurer.
Hare, Jr., were visitors in West Palm I
f Beach Friday. Mrs. W. T. Wheeless, and Mr. Other members of this patrol are ; 7

'and Mrs., C. M. Pirkle attended a Jo Ann Crouch, Carline Berner, I ? Help the government in \

r. Mrs. L. E. Farnam of Moore Haven ,- meeting of the Eastern Star chapter Shirley Owen, Mary Louise Thomas, I its effort to get the mpst' .';i

,: was :a business visitor in Clew- j l at Moore Haven Tuesday nfght. Grace Ward, Pat Bailey, June tt t sir t t, .% y,' out of the existing cars, ,tires '..,:4
'.; '. iston Wednesday. Espenlaub, Shirley Krueger, ',
Mary
1 i HELEN PREWITT CELEBRATES .I II and, gas by letting us keep .
I -- Davidson, Betty Lou Emrich, Vir- '
0 your car in tip-top shape. '
:; BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY
: Mack Fullwood, on furlough from I 1 I ginia Turner, and Laurie Rogers. 'S ::i

;,... his duties in .the army, spent a few Everglades Patrol :
(l
I Mrs. M. M. Prewitt entertainedwith I
days here this'week visiting. I The 10-11 year group is" holdingits :
'" .j r a children's party at her home meetings on Monday with Mrs HENDRYCOUNTY / :1

Mrs. Melvin Pape spent several' Friday afternoon, celebrating the
: C. E. Miner and Mrs. John Don-
days this week in Fort Myers visit- second birthday of her daughter, nelly as leaders. The girls elected )
Helen. A variety of toys were scattered I i
ing Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fitzgerald. Peggy Powell. as patrol leader;'

!I on the ,lawn for the young- I Rachel :Miner as treasurer, and Ann W:4: *, E. MOTORS ';..,
'" sters, who enjoyed an hour's fun
W. W. Hooks of West Palm Beach ] Prewitt, secretary and scribe.

spent a few days here this 'week'with j with them. The girls in the 'patrol have CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
I The children invited to bring 1
n.1 were
his daughter-in-law Mrs. | !
chosen a nick-name for each girl and
their mothers along and Mrs. Pre-
R. Hooks. [
J .for their leaders. Their regular
witt, assisted by the grown-ups:;
I meetings are on Monday afternoonsat
Mc'I: served ice cream and cup cakes: to 3 o'clock.The I "Do we have to be politeor can we have all'we want?"
the little guests at tables arrangedin 1. I f
Sugar Lump Patrol is hold
were in West Palm Beach on busi- the back yard. ing its weekly: meetings one Friday
1 The guest, list included Nancy
ness Tuesday. afternoons at 4 o'clock' in the Community -
Yr Bolton, Michael Brink, Warren and
Center. This has
y! Mrs. Wilbur Montgomery underwent Buster Brown, Eric and Karl Lar- group ,, .,. -.11..
Mrs. John Donnelly and Mrs. G. N.; _: B! -i-' "y. :
a tonsillectomy at the hospital sen, Lief Johnson, Jennings Ezelle, Pitzen
as leaders. Nadine Andrewswas
here this week, and is recuperating. Ronnis Wylie, Donna Martin, Lynn
chosen patrol leader, Jean
at her home. Vaughn, Sandra ,Lucca, ,Bonnie Faye
.I Bartz, scribe, and Miriam Nail,
Durrence, Glenda Sue Etherton, RODEOELIS'
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. .Floren tine of Martha, Christine Hare, John, Jerry, I i treasurer.
A picnic and hike was planned for
,\ Chicago arrived this week for a Matthew, David and Benny .Prewitt,
March 7th, but due to rain at the
.,.; visit in Clewiston. Mrs. Florentine Billie Sue Crow, Gene Thompson, I
time the hike was to start, the group FIELD PAHOKEE
: is a sister of J. E. Beardsley., Martha Jean Nowling, Beth Durham, --
decided to stay at the Community
Cecile Jones, Ruth Himrod, Ann
r I I
Center for
the picnic.
a- Mr. and Mrs W. N. Martin were Himrod, Jane Lee, Lovvorn Curry, j I i SATURDAY AND SUNDAY '

in Stuart Monday to ,,attend the funeral Eudalie Mueller, Lamar McLendonand
of H. J. Greene, one of the Tommy Durden. I IThe I Episcopal Services -
MARCH
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:: Red Letter Dayo ducted at the Clewiston Community

Church at 8:30, every Sunday morn-

y I ing, except the fourth Sunday in'each
y AT i month; when no services are. held.

Father Mason announces also that I.'I
Sugarland Park Auditorium Lenten services are being held in
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::: .:. the church at 8 o'clocl'each: Thursday r
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-x. IS : evening during Lent.

... Visitors are welcome to any and


ic:: 't M&.TCh 31, 1944 l I all of these w.services.r. CONLEYW. 'It

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: W : !"t J M N M JMI-J W : : >*:NMNNNNM:N:NN N:NN NNNNN:..:N.jNN:N NN:1-:H.N:N:N:N 1 P. Conley died at his home in
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from a stroke which he suffered I II
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Sunday. He was 61 years of age. II
J. Funeral services were held in

BEGINNING MARCH 26TH West Palm Beach Wednesday and I

,. burial was made, ,in the West Palm

-, Beach cemetery. I
<; Mr. Conley ,vas an employee of.
'Jo W Jells
the sugar corporation, but had not ) h

.-" ,,/, been in good health for some time j

He is survived by his wife, four J
former pastor, of 1 st Baptist Church;t i:' daughters and one son. The

ghters"are Mrs. Clyde B. daU-\\
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Lakeland .Floridai -i Mrs. L. C. Nipper, Mrs. Ann
,
-- Miss Ruth Conley, and the son is I Bronc Riding Bull Riding Calf Roping

: Homer Clyde Conley. i

will conduct I NEGRO DROWNS IN CANAL I Steer Wrestling --. Trick Riding

James Suggs, 26 year old negro

from Sylvester, Ga., was drowned Trick Roping

Reviva.l Services Saturday while attempting to swim
Across Industrial canal. He was em- \

: sfrur-tion ployed here Company.by The Murphy Con- CONTESTS- OPEN TO THE' WORLD

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:PARADE SATURDAY AFTERNOON


i. I First Baptist> Church. David C. Iiancock, Minister I General Admission including all Seats-Adults .._......._....-...... 1.25

.. SUNDAY. MARCH 12, 1944 i I Children, Servicemen. and Women' ..;.....:..:.........._...............--.......','.,7Cc
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F .;. CLEWISTON j r Sunday School, !9:45) a. m., Dr. C. I < including tax
.,; j I E. Gcricke, superintend Classes I.

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':: ,- I i Worship, 11:00 a. m. A SPONSORED BY ,
Morning and Evening ServicesDAILY i nursery for young children is conducted 0' ,-
I by the Mothers' Club at the ,- ." '
-- t i' Community' Center. v ; .. PAHOKEE ELKS LODGE

UNTIL EASTER I I "Our Belief in Jesus Christ" is

"-, I the' theme of the minister's sermon.
Produced l> OSCAR CLKMONSgrs
I I You are cordially invited to wor-.1 y
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Have Serious Drawback ps' : \ SOMBRERO ) % HE WHO gives pleasure

Old man Crabtree had becomea I meets with it; kindness is
the bond of and the
chronic case of "determined to II friendship ? '
be sick" and had been boring his baby CLIFFORD KNIGHT SERVICE ,hook, of love; he who sows not
Johnson, with talk reaps not.*-Basile.
doctor
young Elsa Chatfleld, Hollywood artist, Is cutoff ers could be lurking in the shad- house. I know that your hospitality
of being bedridden for life, death, from the will of her Aunt Kitty, who ows of this enormous room. Let's is above reproach. You cannot help Not only is there an art in
funerals, etc. died from an overdose of morphine. Bar- this knowing a tlm sr but also a cer-
.make sure they are not doing so sad thing, of course; it is very i'
One fine morning he met the I ry Madison, an amateur detective, and now." sad. Who is the gentleman?" tain art in teaching it.-Cicero.
in front of the drug Hunt Rogers, professional sleuth, .go to
physician Rogers led the to the farther "Senor "
way But
Margaret James Chesebro. while the loitering idler waits
cruise with -
Ma/atlan, Mexico, on a
store and said: "Doctor, I know end of the Massive furniture,
and DwIght Nichols. On arriving room. Lombardo's eyebrows shot up Good luck beside his fire,
I'm gonna die before long! Yes, they find that Elsa and her party have dark with age, of a period reminiscent ward. ."He of the mine back in the The bold heart storms it fortunes
suh, I know it! Feel it in m' preceded them by plane. Sam Chatfield, of Maximilian, blocked our I mountains?" he inquired. gales,
bones! I think I'd like to be cre- Elsa's father, who Is a rancher, puts on pathway. "Yes." And conquers its desir.
mated when I die. What do ye a big fiesta, for the ranch workers. While "There's nothing back this way," "That -LEWIS /. BATES.
think o' the idea, doctor?" the fiesta Is In progress he asks Rogersto the candle is bad. Can you tell me
said
Rogers holding high
conduct an investigation among ,his who killed him?" The best rose-bush, after all,
"Well Mr. Crabtree, the young and its feeble beams about
throwing
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guests concerning the death of his sister. ."I cannot, Senor Lombardo." is not that which has the fewest
"it be all the end of the "Let's
doctor replied, may room. go
to have a mo- thorns but
Everyone present seems "Senor that which bears
but wife complainof back to the other end. Maybe the Rogers here, said Sam
right, your may tive. After the cross questioning the the finest roses.-Van Dyke."CHEST. -"
your leaving ashes around!" guests repair to the courtyard to watch murderer is hiding there." He led Chatfield, laying his hand upon Rogers' '"'
the dancing. the way, holding the candle high arm, "is quite famous for solving -
above the level of his eyes. His the mystery of murder north of :

foot kicked something we walked, the border."
CHAPTER IX and it shot like a dark and ominous "Ah, "01"! exclaimed Lombardo. ; .

shadow before us and fell to the. "Welcome, my friend. Perhaps we :
vibrant with ;- -S I v
Elsa suddenly was floor. have a mystery here. If so I shall COLD

'4' excitement. She directed my at- "What is it?" I asked, feeling lean upon you. But, I think it is
6PIRINWOAtO'S tARGEASELLERATI ( tention to the" platform. "Look, Bar- that my voice shook slightly. easily explained, no?" -
listen she exclaimed.Two .
MISERY
ry; "Something soft, and light," he : "I hope so, Senor Lombardo,"
youthful figures were mount- said, advancing again. A few steps Rogers replied' in Spanish. "So far
Ing the stage, followed by a third, a farther on he halted, stooped and Senor Madison and I have found with FIRST Vicks-rub throat,chest,and back ,tOt;:....
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VapoRub at bedtime.THENspread'
The
of Diana larger more mature figure. picked up the object. "A sombrero," nothing of importance. It was not
Temple
the first two were our pair of wandering he said. suicide, because there is no weapon. a thick layer of
Beautifully proportioned, with VapoRub on the chest and cover
musicians Pancho and 'Felipe,
Rogers held the large sombreroin It was not murder for the purpose
with
Temple of Diana at Ephesus wasa The a warmed cloth.
to battered guitar and ukulele. his hand as if to examine it in of robbery."
celebrated shrine supposed third man carried a small harplike RIGHT AWAY, VapoRub goes to
the of the candle. "And
light
have been 425 feet long with 127 instrument. the weapon, Senor Rogers; work-loosens phlegVn-eases
columns supporting its roof, each I took it from his hands and you say you have not found it?" muscular"soreness or tightness-
column 60 feet high. It surpassedall They began to play before they walked over to the light near the ."I've been unable to discover it helps clear upper air passages-
other temples in costliness and I had turned to face the audience; and bed. It was a black felt sombrero, anywhere in the room; it is, of relieves coughing. Brings wonderful -
Felipe, the older, lifted his soft tenor comparatively new, for it showed course, a_ knife of some sort. comfort A ffAf9l &
splendor. : voice in the Spanish words of a almost no signs of wear; across the and invites % 1 90'd'
"Yes. Thank have
you, senor, you
I restful
song: "Let us, unite our hearts, front of the crown was an orna- saved me much work." sleep. \VAPORUB .

Charro and China dancing!" ....
"Did the ,
have -
I -Ao gentleman any ene-
"Senor! Valgame Dios! Senor! '--,
;d "Aqui, Maria," commanded Sam I mies, Senor' Rogers, either" here in Royal Indian Navy "

tlt { Chatfield from his place a few seats s Mazatlan or at home? inquired Al- Unlike India's army, the Royal
varez, the gendarme. The man had
f beyond us. "Que deseas tu?" Indian navy forbids its officers
not
spoken until now.
"Oh, senor!" cried the woman and men to maintain their usually
breathlessly, her words smothered Rogers shook" his head. "I knowof very strict'. racial and caste differences -
none, senor. while in its service.
somewhat by the applause. "Val-
I game Dios! El caballero esta muer-: "I think," Lombardo said, stir-
to!" ring to his feet, "it is time we talk

tt Rogers' strong hand fell upon my with someone about this crime. Who 1' I CMOLIINEKJ

; leg and his fingers gripped it powerfully made the discovery, Senor Chat-

I ., "Did you hear what she field?"

said?" he asked, getting to his feet. Sam Chatfield got to his feet, tak-
'"Yes. I heard. Chesebro's dead." ing a step toward the door, as if to .

: \ PLANT FERRY'S SEEDS A little group of .frightened wom- lead the way. "I think it .was Ma- 't'
: Threads in GreenbacksThe
en servants was outside the entranceto ria.
Make your back yard a battlegroundfor Chesebro's 'room. Sam Chatfield "We shall talk to Maria, then," threads in our paper money,
food by planting Ferry Seeds. On drove them away, admonishing themto I'1 said Lombardo. formerly made of silk, are now
display at your local Ferry'i dealer. made of dyed cotton.
go back to the kitchen, then threw The kitchen was large; gloomy
open the door, and stood back for shadows filled all the vast region
FERRY-MORSE SEED CO. Rogers and me to enter. above two unfrosted electric light "
DETROIT SAN FRANCISCO bulbs which down When Your"lnnards' f
James Chesebro lay as if a great hung from _the
I and welcome peace had descended high rafters on long cords.

I upon him.. His fat body made a "Stop!" shouted Lombardo../"Do are Crying the Blues .
mound under the nof' anyone." ;
huge light covering run away, "

International Lawyers Two or three dimly flying figures i
International law is such an un- "The heart failed to rally, I sup- made good their escape, while some
'. profitable profession that probablynot pose. The attack must have been four or five less fortunate obeyedthe

over 75 attorneys in the world I more severe, than Doctor Cruz command and remained behind, ;

"... today are sufficiently versed in it thought." standing with fidgeting hands and
to be classed as expert interna- "Do you think so, Mr. Madison?" shuffling feet in the presence of the ": ;

tional lawyers. "I don't know, of ,course, Mr. law. .:>: : .

Chatfield, but-" "Maria," called Lombardo, sitting 'i--
I was halted in mid-sentence by down in a small chair whose creak-

IRRITATIONS OF Rogers' action. He stooped, graspedthe ing, polished seat long years before i
S rIN EXTERNAL:: CAUSE edge of the bed covers and had been cut from the hide of a cow., j:

Acne pimples, eczema factory derma- stripped them back. "Yes, sir," the woman who had t.i t.i:
titis, simple ringworm, tetter,salt rheum "His heart failed for quite a different brought word of Chesebro's death, WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel (r
bumps, (blackheads), and ugly! broken- reason, Barry," he said grimly 1' as we.. sat looking on at the dances punk as the dickens, brings on stomach ;
\\
out skin. Millions relieve itching, burn- -- -- upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take i i
ing and soreness of these miseries with pointing to a widening stain of in the courtyard, came to a fluttery Dr.Caldwell's famous medicine to quickly k
ample home treatment. Goes to work at blood over the front of the pajamas. "Maybe the murderer Is hiding attention near the middle oven. pull the trigger on lazy ,"innards", and I
r once. Aids healing, works the antisepticway. There was a small hole throughthe I there." "Come here senorita directedthe help you feel bright and chipper again. I.
Use Black and White Ointment onlyas cloth the heart CALDWELL'S is the
DR.
over and when wonderful
sens
directed. lOc, 25c, 60o sizes. 25 years' mental pattern in hand-wrought sil chief. Alvarez drew up a chair laxative contained in good old
Syrup Pep-
the cloth itself
aside
was pulled
success. Money-back guarantee. Vital before for the who sat E
ver. us woman, sin to make it so to take.
easy
in cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous there was disclosed a small hole in her dark fastened r
Black and White Skin Soap daily. the skin which still oozed blood.: "George Rumble's sombrero, isn'tit down timidly, eyes MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparationsin
?" asked Rogers over my shoul- apprehensively upon her ques- prescriptions to make the medicine more (1.
"I am required to send for the
tioner. palatable and agreeable to take.So be sure
local and the medico laxative is contained in
juez legista. der."He your Syrup Pepsin.
"You made the discovery of the
has one like this, I replied.
A VEGETABLELaxative There was a suggestion of stiffnessin INSIST ON DR.CALDWELL'S-the favoriteof 1
.
"It was on the rack near the front dead man, did you not, Maria? inquired
his words, as if Rogers had an- millions for 50 years,and feel that whole
ticipated his next move and he resented door earlier this evening. How wouldit Lombardo. some relief from constipation.Even finicky J.
it. get in here, though?" '
!, For Headache, The door closed behind Chatfield's "Perhaps George can tell us." He "Tell me about it." CAUTION: Use only as directed. ;;

fle i Sour Stomach short figure, and instantly Rogers took the sombrero from me and "I," she began timidly, "I go to :
; ''i and Dizzy became active. He glanced at his dropped it on the foot of the bed, the gentleman's room to inquire, BLCflbWEWSSEN1A

4h Spells caused when Con- watch. It was nine-thirty. "I want where, it remained a dark and sin Senor Jefe del Policia, if he desires

f stipation.by Use your help, Barry,". he said. "The ister shadow, and turned to the bed- food. I push open the door gently

,.. ,. onlyasdirected. capacity of the Mexican police is an side as if to check again some point and speak to him. He does not an lAXATIVE

+ 15 doses for unknown quantity to me. It may about the murder victim which had swer. I open the door and go in, CONTAINED. IN SYRUP PEPSIN
: only 10 cents. be excellent.. I've had no experiencewith occurred to him. A light tap came and still he does not reply to my
it. We should have half an at the door, and Rogers halted question. I go all the way to the

I 1 hour before they arrive. If we'reto abruptly. bed, and-senor-God help me!-his -Buy War Savings Bouds-
solve the murder of Kitty Chat- "Come," he called. The door was dead." .J.JI

field, it may be necessary to know pushed resolutely open. "Did you see the man who killed .
just what's happened here in Ma- Vague figures in the dim, light him, Maria?" inquired Lombardo
zatlan." crowded the doorway. Sam Chat- "Oh, no, sir; I do not. I do not i I

Flies With Young He looked at the little tile table field entered, followed by Doctor know who killed him. I swear, senor r1'i

; When frightened, the mother beside the bed,' where Chesebro'swatch Cruz, and behind him two men in I do not know. Outside is the i
'" woodcock often flies off with a lay and a glass of water uniform. They advanced into the fiesta. I cannot hear. I cannot see.
chick between her legs. stood. He walked over to a huge room and the door closed), behind So I do not know."

clothespress that reached toward the them. "Come here, you," commanded
Shadowy ceiling. "Would you mind Doctor Cruz nodded to us, and Lombardo.A .
holding the candle for me, Barry?" went at once to the figure on the man, dressed in white cotton

: he requested. bed. Sam Chatfield presented the trousers, a ragged shirt and carry-
,. :; :; ..-.- I took it and he opened the doorto other two men. "Senor Otilio Lom- ing in his hand a battered straw I
.
!! :-;J. 'Q' CQoIt iI the clothespress. am lookingfor bardo, jefe del policia," he said, sombrero, shuffled forward on gua-
"and Senor Alvarez of the policia which little ):{
Chesebro's clothing. Here it is. ;: raches were more than ""
.t. *Syndicate All EljhU g..n.ad He brought out the suit of clothes Senor Madison and Senor Rogers." leather soles for his bare feet.

t How Q UINTUPLE1$ Chesebro had worn that morning, They bowed to us, but their in- "Who are you?" demanded Lom-
and ran his hand swiftly into the terest was centered on the bed bardo.' I

t relieve coughing! o! various pockets. "There's hardly a where Doctor Cruz already was ex- "I am Pedro, sir," the man replied Try Great Tonic Many Doctors AdviseSee
chance that it's robbery," he re amining the dead man. They nervously.

CHEST COLDSWhenever marked. "Gold pencil," he enumer- pushed on to join him and stood respectfully "Who are you? What do you do?" how good-tasting Scott's Emulsion
ated the various objects as he came back until at last the doc- Pedro the helps tone up your system; helps buildup 1
"I
the Quintuplets catch cold- am pulque man,
their chests throats and backs are rubbed across them. "Loose change in the tor looked up and gave in Spanishhis sir." stamina and resistance against coldsif :
with Musterole. So Musterole must be trousers pocket. A billfold, obvi- opinion that James Chesebro had there !is a dietary deficiency of A & D !
man grunted Loralbar-
"Pulque
justaboutthe best cold-relief you can buy ously containing money. Letters and died of a knife thrust not so long a ,
\ Musterole helps break up local congestion papers. That's all." He put the suit time before. do. "Why are you here?" Vitamins. It's easy I Simply take Scotfsdaily ,

breathing in easier upper,promptly bronchial relieves tract, coughIng makes- back into the clothespress again and Lombardo and his satellite looked "I bring the pulque for the fiesta! throughout the year.It's great I Buy :

and tight,sore,aching chest muscles shut the door. Robbery is not the intently for some moments at the sir." at your druggist's today! ;1
due to colds. In 3 Strengths: Children's "Yes, of course. But what do I Iy
motive, he said. wound, then turned away without a you E Eo Er
Mild, Regular and Extra Strong. ,know about the death of the etltle- : fI f
"Not robbery, said Rogers as we word and sat down."I g I fj
finished our round, "and entrance am very sorry, Senor Chat- man in the big room? j
1 could have been had only by field," Lombardo said, looking., up "Nothing, sir. I do not know there

means of the door..: '*e stood moment at our host and speaking in Span- is a gentleman murdered." ;!
uncertainly "v 'nzen murder- ish, "that this has happened in your (TO BE CONTINUED) I


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> messenger boy hands a telegram to a father informing;

the parent that his soldier son has been wounded overseas, a1Released 1. Who was the last Aztec em- 7. What is the largest planet in

:: and thus is completed the last link in a long chain of. military by Western Newspaper Union. peror of Mexico? the solar. system?

., W activity. At the front lines begins the process of report.. CHRONIC SKIN ULCERS 2. Approximately how many gla- 8. The British farthing is worth
ciers and lakes are there in Gla- how much in American money?
ing military casualties. Medical evacuation personnel put

__ tags on all wounded men in the area. Casualties reports Almost every week we are hear- cier National park? The Answers
from each ing and reading of the remarkable 3. What is the proportion of 1. Montezuma.
division adjutant are sent to the headquarters
'j 1 ... results obtained by the use of sulfanilamide women six feet tall or over to that 2. Sixty glaciers 200 lakes.
,
I rm:. .. ft'.. I R.:"' ,=& .&.t. rn, ..l ., >& and its close relations,sul- of men of that height in the United
Out and-
3. of
_" !___,_ ," every 1,000 men '.
/ laimazoie, sunapyr- States? 1,000 women, 102 men but only 3
:: idine and others. 4. When was the University of women are six feet in height.

14 While its effectin Mexico founded? 4. In 1553.

V.. '' reducing deaths 5. Who said: "Where law ends. 5. William Pitt. .
: T1x from pneumoniafrom tyranny begins"? 6. Tiberius. I

almost 10 per 6. Who ruled Rome at the time 7. Jupiter.
cent to almost 2 per of Christ's death? 8. One-half cent. .
: cent is its most out- ,
--
: standing action, its
effective use in lo-
cal infections in .HdMtFR WOMAN OVERCOMESHER

ear,throat and oth- ((
r R :vM' tvla er parts is beingDr.

Barton frequently reported.One RUTH YETN PEAR CONSTIPATION}_
of the dIScouraging -

.: ailments in bedriddenand "Once Took? Laxatives 3 or

[' elderly patients is what is \\7E; KNOW that the Eighteenth 4 Times a Week," She Says!
i -:.- : called decubital ulcers or bed sores, Century is often called the

' : : a :fjtfa'i"r' 1j,, P .{.rf.yj fr:jsf'y some of which are deep and abso- golden age of the cabinet makers.We Are you, too, a disappointed
.1 I :' lutely refuse to heal despite rest and know that the English cabi- "doser" Then read this unsolicited

} all forms of applications.As net makers, Chippendale, Hepple- letter!

"i.i :.. .. : sulfathiazole tablets have been white, Sheraton and the Adam "I'd started working nights, and with
T" my way of living changed around. I soon
effective in infected tonsils and sul brothers flourished then and
that found I was taking 3 or 4 laxatives a week
fathiazole in ointments has helped their work was copied by our own and feeling terrible. Then I heard aboutKELLOGG'S
ALL-BRAN
through
infected bones (osteomyelitis), two radio program The Breakfast Club. Sine your
Cleveland physicians, Drs. J. I. I ,. ; ETURN't taking my daily helping; of ALL-BRAN,
I regular as clockwork. Thanks for
Goodman and J. F. Corsaro, report '. '' j ,o. }q fisMELrPAPEfh what am your ALL-BRAN has done for me 1"
: their results of using sulfathiazole Mrs. Myrtle Wood. 274 Baumanville St.,
Akron, Ohio.
h in five patients who had these chronic -
;,+ ; 4. ': ; __ ATTER Yes, it does seem like magic, the
? ,'% ulcers for a long time. DRAPERY way KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN

W r Q : IY. These ulcers had been treated with- 2 FABRIC SiITCNcArivAe helps so many people."Gets at"one

ti'JiYJtlll: t :< out success by other methods, one common cause of constipationlack -
r1 ) for as long as 21 months. These of enough dietary "cellulosic"
UfVll nfiM l-'f1 Mo. physicians crushed the ordinary sul fLlNlr elements That's because ALL-
o fathiazole tablets into a powder and 1tNUrB tPC Ht BRAN is one of Nature's most
the theater commander and
relayed, usually by radiogram, this effective sources of these elements
to the U. S. Center in the applied powder daily by means '
Signal Corps Message Pentagon, of a salt shaker. -which help the friendly colonic

,Washington, D. C. Next stop is the casualty branch where The quantity of the drug varied deiAP flora fluff up and prepare the
checked and from where the next of kin [ yTITitit' colonic contents for easy, natural
reports are are
with the size of the ulcer, as suf- e s elimination! KELLOGG'S ALL-

: notified.. ficient powder to coat the ulcer com BRAN is not a purgative! It's a

c pletely was used. The amount var- cabinet makers of the late Colo- gentle-acting, "regulating" food!
ied from one to three level teaspoons. If constipation is this kind
nial period. The furniture typesof your ,
!
.... .
f\';< y.'l" 9>>;!t1; $M'y.1. II ). Right: Pfc. Harold Meckulch, t: sulfathiazole powder was applied the their day have become stand- ularly eat KELLOGG'S, with milk ALL-BRAN and fruit,reg-or
ard with
1*JI Youngstown, Ohio, an armed infection cleared upand clean, Visitors to us.the reconstructed village of mixed with other cereals. Drink

courier from the Message Cen- healthy granulation tissue, followedby Williamsburg. Va., are often surprised to plenty of water. See if you don't
ter in Washington, delivers casualty 5j, rapid healing, appeared.". find that Venetian blinds were the fashion find real help! Insist on genuine
Their\ with the ordinary long before the Revolution, and the well ALL-BRAN, made only by
success
reports to Bernice Webb, tailored canvas lined valance used with Kellogg's in Battle Creek.
Calloway, Va. of the classified ulcer or bed sore led these physi- floor length chintz draperies also seem
cians to use this method for'one modern to them. Yet these were the curtain
Message Center casualty branch. i
patient with chronic bone infection, styles when ladies and gentlemenwore
There is more than one source powdered wigs. Valances were made
with ulcers of the
two slow-healing Just 2 drops Penetro
Just as we make them today and were
of casualty information. Namesof + Nose Drops In each
I Py \7 xk feet due to injury, one with draining tacked to a valance board in pretty much nostril help
you
men missing in action areT" fistula or'canal from. a recently the same manner as.is shown here. breathe freer almost

'-- turned up by daily 'roll calls, \ amputated stump, and one with a ulit Instantly.head cold nasal Relieve misery.the
Prisoners 4a' stubborn sinus. This is NOTE-This is the second of a series on II'.
of war are reported by \ pilonidal a Only 25c-2& times as
modern of curtain
the enemy power holding them ;aY a t:. W sinus or running sore at lower end fashions. adaptations Another version period of the shaped much Use only for 50c.as directed.Caution:

through the International Red d r a 0#w r'!n'; of spine. type of valance is given in BOOK 5 of Penetro Noso Drops\
f Five is not a large number, but the series of ten booklets on sewing for

......... Cross......,_.., '.,,........,..,..............w.y...y. .. .. "".,"'. .. W' '",m'' ... <' these particular ulcers are always the 15 cents home.direct To get to: copy of Book 5 send

fW1f: .:..:<'.I......1t......:;...':::...:'...:..". '..'' ':.;.:...;...".:W"...(.....;.".':'.:'. RECORDSECTION. : .:. .'.. ': f'II' : 11.<"" 1,, /"b-kj.:Ii. -I'< difficult ing was and rapid slow and to complete treat, yet in"heal-each
<
1" :
I tr.t.ffit.; .,::: (.:-- ''.:. : ..... . :.. :. ....: .. .,.-..., ..,...."""' -....='.' .<:::'"',:(::-f.ftuo;.!:! 1 patient." be Bedford MRS.Hills RUTH WYETII SPEARS New York TropkaL 1i Tro real I
/, .. ;"\ <;'tnrI ::< This will certainly good news Drawer 10

i ,' '. : ". ... .' '" ':.':'" J>::1ig!;{.. for physicians and with patients who'have Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 5. a w.'d w I
: < been "battling" old chronic ulcers Y3.Cib69
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.. ... .. :" c Women Healthier

) I_=:-,,C-:.) ..Jn...f. :f l .: ". .. ...:.,.:....:;:....,:.. ,iL f4.I :: tlN!.f Than 25 Years AgoIn H9I .. 1x.a.

: Left: After a careful check on

/d. J I a casualty insure against erroneous my student days physicians and

I notification, the casualty mothers of young babies feared the

i reports are sent to the record coming of summer because it meant I: :: : } "DADDY YOU ACT '
diarrhoea and loss of
summer great
.
section, which has the kin's ad s''t : AS
life among infants and children. AS OLD
.' dresses. Below: Pvt. Zenon E.l Thanks to the better care and pres-

:' r l Traseivick receives a message of ervation of milk and the advancein GRANDPA

"i cheer from his mother through knowledge of preparing ''food,

l lf.. Y;! the wounded status section. fear of summer does not exist any

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.........:"-*9a1<,Y' '"' u >" ;"Wtt(_ more. ?: f TODAY"t
ry' !f v w1 4 :i
1 r ) Another interesting fact about life
.
. [) rr. and health has been brought about

.. by World War II. Women are now t

1' 44ft % 5 9 / / V.h engaged in work formerly done by .. yu+aw var s 1p'
'' men and the Metropolitan Life In- f Y ;
/ it ( 1f ..
w'J Si rk 'r>/ /Y ) is
/ / Shce' ., r. r hI surance company has recently madea
study of the health of our women

TFt T\ : since,the last war. y 1
They find that our women "are 1i

g now in excellent physical conditionto i 1'I

rJ 4': r+' : 1qlr% 4r'y;y carry on the tasks of war." s
? i y' 9 ) /a % condition is due to .
This excellent -- ----
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,J i.. l a the phenomenal gains made in the 'I

last 25 years in the nation's fight

against important diseases like tuberculosis :
:
pneumonia and those as- T SDRETONE

sociated with pregnancy and child-
J % /y4 !9' arr r birth. During the last 25 years the MANY
MEN are persecuted by soofhes fasf wifh
death rate of women insured in this lumbago or other nagging muscle

j company"There was were cut 13 in deaths half. in every pains-especially cold or dampness.after If every exposure sufferer to C 0 LD H E li J

I ) 1,000 women, ages 15 to 74, in 1915-16, could only know about SORETONE
' 1 %%r. '
S r "
. Yyr / as against only seven in 1940-41. Liniment! In addition to methyl

< (.i.-. .:.: vVy'i During this same 25 years the death salcy! ate-a most effective pain- AfiTI 0 N

.... rate among young women-ages 15 relieving agent. Soretone acts like
c. to 24-was reduced by 70 per cent. cold heat to speed relief:- in cases of

The reduction in. the death rate 1. Quickly Soretone acts to enhance -
from tuberculosis was mostly responsible local circulation. MUSCULAR LUMBAGO
for these figures, as tubercu-
2. Check muscular cramp
BACKACHE
t. losis stood first as a cause of death local8ccllmg. OR
3. reduce
Help
previously to World War I, whereasit blood duo to fatigue or expoturaMUSCULAR
4. Dilate surface capillary
now stands fifth. vessels, PAINS
Pneumonia responsible for 107
was
let dry nib in due to colds
fastest ,
For action,
before WarI
t deaths per 100,000 World .
'. ; now the death rate is about 21 ?again.There's only one Soretone SORE MUSCLES
results.
t 100,000. insist on it for Sorctone- duo to overwork
r f "' per 50. Big bottle, only $1.
y The death rate in diseases asso:
\ SPRAINS
1"l.. of ,l / 'r fr MINOR
/ r r+ ., %, ra..3. l'' w. ciated with pregnancy and child- I
+? 'i/ % birth has dropped, during the last 25 I

---r.;':.. yN.YM.,.. :.(M1.W N years, from 47 to 13 per 100,000. ,

Usually within two or three'hours ol; receipt of a casualty Results such as the above could be t t l *Thoueh ipplled. told. rpb -
Son-
message from theater of war, a telegram is on its way to obtained only by the cooperation of .=;:.!----' ficleDt tone act l like tout tJtolrnt supply .*

the.soldier's'next of kin: or to the person'whom he designated all citizens who have been willing -- the blood lujwrtdil to the erect end lnw
to'be notified in Case of.his serious illness. to pay their share of the cost. I "and McKesson makes ft" ''r a. Qi wing seat o QC w&rntk

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MKS. AVILSOX IS HOSTESST iy Shields of Fort Meade, and his South, Range 34 East, containing iI i

Imported to Help \ HHI )GI'! CLUB MKETIXO I brother; JMack Greene and the lat- 320 E',acres! of ;Section 27, Township 47 I I
ter's wife, of Moore Haven, attend South Range 34 East, containing i
Control Cane Pests entertained her ed the funeral services which were 320 acres. ;
Mrs. R., C. Wilson THIS NOTICE is published in com-
bridge club at her home Wednesday held in Stuart Monday afternoon. pliance with Sections 270.08 and 270.09,
I Florida Statutes 1941. --
Seventy toads, Imported from afternoon. Mrs F. Deane Duff The Trustees and the Board of Edu- ;
-Argentine by the research depart- and Mrs. C. J, Nielsen won' prizes Map Program Of- cation and all reserve bids. the right to eject any rszEcESN'TALWAYS1 -

aneut, of the United Slates Sugar for high score. t I BY ORDER of the Trustees of the GOLDEN...SOMETIMES 1
corporation, arrived safely in Clew- salad page-1)w internal Improvement Fund and the
The hostess served shrimp Continued from
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be Board of Education of the State /ITS.ltlS1PLAINYEIIOlY i
iston Wednesday and will shortly and coffee to Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs.J. provide additional agricultural- of Florida .
at work: destroying insects and E. Beardsley, Mrs. F. E. Colliding, ployment for more than 7,500 persons ATTEST RPESSRD: L. HOLLAND Governor. i
worms in the vast sugar plantationsof Mrs. Duff, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs.N. on a year around basis. It in- F. 'C. Elliot. Secretary Trustees I II
the Everglades.The Mumford, Mrs. C. J. Nielsen Colin English, Secretary, State Board
under
V. S. cludes a starch house, now ; of Education. I ti
toads made the trip from ,- and Mrs. W. C. Owen.H. construction, that will produce 751000,000 ,- No. 53-March 10, 17, 2., 31, Apr 7;- j r
33uenos Aires by plane and were ,.. i I b
-- -- "I pounds of starch annually.
met in Miami by Dr. W. D. Wylie, J. GREENE 1 I I "We know this project will pro- NOTICE I f I /

who is endeavoring to acclimate H. J. Greene 47, died in an Orlando I I vide an immediate contribution to I Tallahassee. Florida l
make
them to local conditions and hospital Saturday after a short I the war effort. It can be of vital I February 15, 1944. ( .1 t4 i
nucleus of a colony which I
"them the illness. Mr. Greene, whose home 'I importance also in the state's post- NOTICE, Is hereby givnthat the 1 IFi I
will be an economical method of I' Trustees of the Internal Improvement
insects. The toads was in Stuart, had an interest in war plans," the governor said, in Fund of the State of Florida will offer -I H
certain I
control of the ,Clewiston Dry Goods company pointing out that the state had been for sale and receive competitive bids
under the at Tallahassee
were given the plane ride Florida Tuesday, March
"essential to the war effort with W. N. Martin. happy to cooperate through exchanging 21st, 1944, at 12 o'clock NOON for the
rating of following parcels of land In HENDRY ,
lands and granting rightof .
." I Mr. Greene, who owned and oper- County, Florida r
ated a dry goods store in' Stuart, be- I ways r
The toads were secured throughthe 'V% of Section 17 and S% of r
co-operation of Dr. William E. came interested in the Everglades I "Clarence R. Bitting and his ori Section 21, Township 46 South.
Cross director of the agricultural section several ;years ago, and open- I.i ganization": to be congratulatedon acres.Range 32 East, containing 640
experiment station 'at Tucuman, ed similar stores in Pahokee, Clew- their work in the Everglades. The N' of Section 19, Township 46 I
of iston and Moore Haven. He later sugar cane crop, the cattle feeding South, Range 32 East, .containing.
Argentina. They are natives 320 acres Folks who won't keep
know us
reorganized the business but retained -I project, the lemongrass crop and
northern Argentina and are of the NE',4 of Section 23, Township. 46
Bufo'' Arena- an interest in the Clewiston now the starch house not only pro- South, Range 32 East containing silent about ,us. That's why,we are
Bufo Paracnemis and 160.acre --
:rum species. Only one\of the 70 store. I vide vital materials and products for Sale of the above will be subject the talk of the town. ,
our war effort, but serve proof ofFlorida's to existing leases which in \
as expire
69 Mr. and Mrs. Martin, together
died en route, and the remaining I I December, 1946. ..
,arrived in good condition. I with the deceased's sister, Mrs. Hal peacetime potentialities, I \
,1 Governor Holland said.q'aUahassec. This Notice is published( in compliance ;
with Sections 270.08 and
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1 Florida The Trustees Statutes reserve 1941. the 270'09'1 ALSTON'S AND
Florida reject any and all bids.
March 2, 1944 BY ORDER of the Trustees

N ) I KOTICE'NOTICE Ihternal SPESSARD Improvement. L. Fund.HO ..AND. SEMINOLE DRUGS,
is hereby that the
id given 'Governor.
(' 1$.' TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL, IM- ATTEST: -;- I
.. .!L'i ;" PROVEMENT FUND of the State of F. C. ELLIOT
....... .... : Florida and the STATE BOARD OF Secretary.No. CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA
.,.. '; ttc-' EDUCATION of the 'State of Florida 49-Feb. 18, 25, March 3, 10. 17.
) 1-t. 1l4i offer for sale and will receive competitive -
< ";>i.,., y .:. bids in Tallahassee, Florida, at
.... :<.t -' 12:00 1944,
1i't "-" ;r o'clock NOON April 11th TiPMini!_ I IIII ;:;I IIIllillll! r: ItIlIIIIII'/\! '/ \ I 1t1l111111! ll ) I lINIIIIIIIIIII CI IIIIIIIIIIII'! <::1 <: ;t' ; for lands in HENDRY COUNTY, Flor-
ida, described as follows: ? ... ,
SV& of Section 16, Township 45 y 0's.
South Range 32 East, containing : .:-
320 acres;
E4 of Section 15. Township 46-

'R Lease South 320 acres which Range(subject expires 32 East December,to containing Grazing 16, :!_: Dorit rely on a .

1946):
E',: of Section 16, Township 47 y 0's' .
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in the shed for repairs. service now. Ask him for a I' .

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