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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 17, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 15-NUMBER 16 CLEWISTON FLORIDA, FRIDAY MARCH 17, 1944 Sun.ORIPTIOX--$2.50 PER YEAR

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LT. JACK KURTZ I Voters League To Meet -
SELECTIVE
:PARTIAL RETURNS I II ,,]h' Next Friday Night SERVICE
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Il7' KILLED IN PLANE'' BOARD
MADE BY RED i r There will be an important meet SENDS 25

1 ing of the Voters League of Clewis

1 CROSS WORKERS .f I It CRASH OVERSEASI ton Community at 8:15 in p. the m. next school Friday auditorium -, IN 1ST MARCH CALL

K? I i March 24th, chairman Carl H. Berner -I
:. Pledge and cash in the Red Cross I Lt. Jack Kurtz, son of R. E. Kurtz said today.At The Hendry county Selective

- .. ., War Fund drive last night totalled of Fort Myers, was killed in 'a forc- I that time the League members Service Board has released the following -

; $2023.92, which is $1300 short of t ,.w. ed plane landing on March 2nd the will hear recommendations of a I list of men who were sent

, J the quota assigned Clewiston. war department has advised the committee appointed to consider the I to Camp Blanding on March 9th for

,, ; Red Cross workers who have family. I i endorsement of candidates for countY pre-induction physical examination:
; -' 'pushed the drive since March 1st No details of the tragedy have i commissioner from the Western I Luther Martin 'Graham, Frank

:; said, it did not appear at this time been learned by the family. Lt. I I part of Hendry county The matter William Harris, John Stephen Cock-
II that the quota would be reached, Kurtz was pilot of one of the Army'sbig was brought before the League ram, William Donald Bush Cecils
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and urged all who possibly could to Liberators, and had been basedin at its meeting two ,weeks ago but action I Langford, Donald Fussell, Christopher -
send in an additional contribution to England. His last furlough was was postponed, and a committee -!i Archie Watson, transfer to
I' M. IV. Bigg, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt or about three months ago, just beforehe was appointed to make suggest- Bradenton, Fred Mallory Touch-

A : '\ Ralph Bishop. was sent overseas. In company ions as.to what action the. League]II stone, transferred to Gulfport, Miss.,
Roe Fulkerson, who has visited 1,with his father and brother, Thomas should take. Eugene Debbs Harn, Russell Nor
Clewiston several times to the delight I Kurtz, .he visited Clewistou. (I Mr. Berner is anxious that a large I IJ j i wood McLaughlin, Perry F. Frier-
of all who have heard him, and BILL WALL I The Kurtz family is well-known J attendance of League members be I(I son, Marvi Earl Pape, James Franklin ; -

who writes editorials for the Kiwanis West Palm Beach business man, in Clewiston, although their home on hand, in order that the action Lucky, Napoleon Broward
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"Magazine, made a simple and direct who is candidate for congress.from I is in Fort Myers. .)\Ir. Kurtz, a taken may be fully brought to their Spires, transferred, to Miami Beach,
appeal in his columns in the the new Sixth district. prominent attorney of the West I attention and that it shall receive Delmar Rimes, Gordon Preston Hall,
-wanis Magazine this month, Ki-I I I Coast' City, is one of the directorsof the careful consideration of as Godon Kenith Burnsed, transferredto

is being used by local workers, I the First Bank of Clewiston, and i I many members as possible. :Miami, Thomas Tibas Douglas

which is wortk a second or even a J j[NEW CANDIDATE-- i is one of, the owners and operatorsof Travis Floyd Turner, Frank Thomas
.third reading. I I Shawnee Farms, one of the Bone, transferred to Bartow, Mack

Fulkerson wrote: 'I I largest farming operations of this I POSTAL RECEIPTS Curry, Earnest Willie Fussell,. Frederick
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b., ( "MOTHER OF MERCY I BILL WALL IS i section. : Merle Hall and James Henry
"Would you be willing to contri- Surviving the Lieutenant are his Burrus.
bute a few dollars to buy warm parents, his brother, Thomas, who
1| (SHOW PHOENOMENAL Ottis Thomas nicks
was accepted
-: clothes for a shivering Canadian in i|[OUT FOR CONGRESS I received a medical discharge from I into the Navy and reports 'for duty
an unheated German concentration i the army, a brother, Howard, whois
camp? I!I I 1 I' a student pilot, and a: sister, Martha .!!INCREASE SINCE '40 I II ([ March Olan 22nd.Ernest The Fussell Army, William has accepted Paul-

"Would you like an opportunity to Announcing his candidacy' for now in Fort Myers high school. |I Waters, Fred Peter Anderson, Clera
buy a few bandages for a wounded congress in the new Sixth district, I I Aubrey Davis and Herbert Merle

sailor in a base hospital on one of Bill Wall of West Palm Beach today I I An increase of 86 percent in the I Lucky, all of whom are to report on

-those islands down in the South Pa- based 'his plea for the democratic W. F. THERK1LDSON i 1 postal receipts of the Clewiston Post:. March 26th.

: cific? nomination on a platform I Office during the 4 years immedia-! On February 29th the
\ "Wouldn't it be a real pleasure tolJUY aimed at the application of business 1 I tely preceding 1944 indicates the j I following
reported for
a carton of cigarettes' for some principles to government."The 'I EXPERT ON NATURAL [ growth of the population and busij examination: pre-induction physical

I of those flyers, who were shot down platform which ( am announcing I j j ness of Clewiston during that time..I
'',d ever Japan and are now ,miserable i I William Paul Waters, Albert Ben-
;q. in this issue of this newspaper j According to figures compiled by
' in a Jap prison? follows the principles of a 1 RESOURCES DIES j I Mrs: Jewel L. Lawrence, ,acting post-I' net Hobbs, John Harold Chambers,
"Wouldn't you ilke to buy a few dis- |'master and transferred to Panama City, Clera
majority of the people of this 1 A. W. Sias, postmaster, I
bars of chocolate to augment the i I'who still I Aubrey Davis, James Herman _
trict, Mr. Wall said in a prepared ( takes a shift at the post-
scanty rations of a Marine who was I'I statement. "It is not the province I'I'V.. F. Therkildson, one of the I|I! master's desk when here on fur Davis, transferred to Jacksonville,
( captured at Bataan and is now aJap : of the congressman to tell the people authorities, of the nation '' lough from the army) the sale of Samuel E. Heath, Harry Robert

prisoner in a concentration' camp? I what they should have-his \'I on .agriculture and horticulture, I|[I postage stamps and box rent for Knight, Lewis Joseph Rome, Jr.,
"Wouldn't you like to make it : first duty is to represent them, to [died unexpectedly at his home at I 1943 totalled $22,229.60; this is an Robert Otto Hinson, Peter Paul
"i,. :possible for some lonesome prisonerof work for the legislation they want/(Homestead, near Miami, Saturday increase of" $10,298.85 over the Lanzl, Lealon John Welch Robert

tr, It : ,: .. war to get letters to his wife and I and to fight their battles with the evening. Death was' attributed, to a I $11,930.75 which was the figure for II Burr Hart, ,

"- '-W': .' "r'.,.'u ':' children, and have the consolation 1 bureaus. heart attack. .. QI" '.. 1940.. ? The following selectees have'
,b. ," '. ': -of, tters fr'l:. them?, c ,' ''Therkildson was one of the- most been inducted into service: Eugene
0" "We ,can expedite the present job Post office ratings are made
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\Vou dn't "ou'enjoy helping m Beery 'who transferred to Savannah
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enthusiastic friends of the Everglades -
I of winning the war and we can ma- t the postal receipts as listed above, WGa.
soldier's' wife and children who are ., has been inducted into
foreseen its
section
)I having I j
terially improve the task of winning ,and the CI wi3ton'post office has
actually in need of food and cloth- the' I II the Navy,
ultimate during
the peace if we ,apply sound, prac development advanced a rating in the second class
fng while their husband and father I tical business methods to both problems years when many doubted that' the I group each year.It 'I Elmer Montgomery, Clewiston,
(Continued on Pag 9) 'problem would be has also been sworn into the
he said. "I believe our people drainage ever is interesting to compare the I I Navy.
i are convinced we must cooper- sufficiently solved to make the sec figures for each year and observe I Barney Gordon, Route 1, box 105,
M ate fully with all Allied nations in I tion a successful agricultural re- the steady advance: : Clewiston, has been inducted into
CATTLE INTERESTS I preserving world peace and future gion. He predicted the developmentof 1940-$11,930.75. ,the Army.
( farm lands along the new highway -
security of this nation."Rehabilitation I 1941-$14,527.59. William Holmes Andrews, box
: vocational train- from Miami to South Bay, and 19421802417. 49,7, Clewiston, has been accepted
j "J.SUPPORT FLORIDA and adjacent Everglades -
said that this
ing, re-employment assistance for I 1943-$22,229.60. into the Army.
lands formed, the richest
"
: men and 'women of the armed services I area in the world, comparable to Record has also been made of the William James Weaver, LaBelle,
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: : VOTERS GROUP ", a strong Navy, National Guard t the valley of the Nile. j i number and value of the money orders I has, been accepted into the Army.
and Reserve Officers organizations, i
I issued at the local Several
Therkildson, who was editor of post office colored selectees have also -
limited military training of youth I the All-Florida page of the :Miami i j during the '1940-43 period. Al- been accepted for service. They
.'" ORLANNDO, March 15.-(FNS) 11 for their physical and mental development -' Herald for five years, supported the though this is -not as accurate ai include, Andrew Lowrey, -Tampa,
: Giving full endorsement to the. and our future' protection i criterion to judge the of Samuel
I sugar industry in its fight to have growth the Army; David Dixon, Chosen, k
.1 "Declaration of Principles" advocated I, maintenance_ a large mer- restrictions removed, and took an :, business of a community as postal Navy; Charles Lofton, Fort Myers,
: Florida Voters for Constitu- chant marine, use of world-wide .
by receipts, it is' Tom
active leadership in Florida's other seen by comparisonthat Army; Anthony, Tampa,
tional Government, the 'Florida aviation facilities and the .elimination agricultural affairs, ,serving on va- these: too, have increased at a I" Army; Jesse James Jackson, Fort
State Cattlemen's Association threw I of war restrictions as 'soon as I rious, committees and other bodies I steady rate: I Myers, Navy; Homer Lee Tarver,
the full weight of its powerful organization possible, are among- the* principles- devoted to the welfare of the farm 1940, 18,098 money orders, valued Fort Myers, Navy; Isaxdor Moore, :
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solidly behind this move I our people favor $169,949.61. ::
ers of the state. He was always Navy, and Mike Watkins,
\ ment for a return to Constitutional. I "We need to get d'owflQ business among' the guests, at President B t-1 1941, 21,468 money orders, value I City, Navy.Kiwanis. :11C
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\ government. in government, Mr. Wall $192,081.47. :
ting's annual dinner to the key men .
.-:\' President P. Williams of the I said. "Everywhere I go I find a sen- of the United States Sugar Corporation -I 1942, 22,627 money orders, .value I Club Visits : :

"-1 Cattlemen, notified R. D. Keene, timent against unnecessary departments This year, he had acceptedthe $235,886,53. \
i bead of the Voters' group, of the \ agencies and bureaus, invitation, but suffered a heart I 1943, 22,257 money: orders, value', Sugar House Wednesday
5 :' action taken and pledged the active I It 'I
against the vast network, of regu-I attack during the day of the event, I $302,167.20.As .
7 support of Florida cattlemen in the lations and forms. ,All this forced to remain at home. the end of the first quarterof I
and
; : worthwhile effort. I simplified. Individual and was 1944 Since the declaration of war the
initiative I Since then his health Improved to { approaches Mrs Lawrencesays I
The Florida State Cattlemen's private enterprise can be encour- considered' it is evident, although no fig- : sugar house of the United States

: Assooiation has long been recogniz-I I (Continued on Page 6.) .such himself an in extent perfect that condition he and his I ures have yet been compiled, that I Sugar corporation, like ,all other has '":,
large manufacturing plants,
ed as one of the strongest the postal business is continuing' to
'. influential organizations in the I death less than two hours after the increase. been closed to visitors. For'this rea- ,:,
I It. New Veterans attack was a great shock to
Visit second I
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treat Wednesday
it special
:. Htate, representing one of Florida's I son was a
countless friends.
'- major industries, and its support, together 1 his family and evening when members of the Ki-
with that of the Florida J j I Legion Post Tuesday, :I Of Danish extraction, he was born I I, Home-Made Bull-Dozer I I wanis club were invited 'on a tour

Farm Bureau Federation, United I( in3 Ironton, Ohio, and was, a graduate -: Proves OK On Job l through the mill with Nick Mum-
Growers & Shippers, business, industry I The American Legion meeting I of the Ohio State University and I I ford and C. E. Martinez serving
civic and professional groups 1 i I I held Tuesday evening at the Inn had of Iowa State Agricultural college :I their fellow Kiwanians as guides. .
*l that have already joined the movement I I as guests three veterans of World at Ames, Iowa, rounding g out. his I J. C. Swindall began:: this week !I i The group left the Inn immedi-
indicates clearly the desire of ; War II,-Logan Van Leign of Moore training with post-graduate workat constructing a frame and stucco I ately after dinner and the trip
an overwhelming majority of the I Haven, R. R. Dacey and A. J. I Madgebourg and Jena, Germany, I building which he will use as a ma-I through the mill, wherje: the pro-
9 people for a return to sound principles Smith of Clewistos. Each of the bacteri- I chine shop( and service garage, cess of sugar making was explained,
and sane practices in our gov- visitors has received a medical discharge I cated on the east side of the road I i ito took the place of a regular program
ernmental operations. I from the armed forces after i For many years he was head of I I the sugar house, near Crescent 1i j

Commenting on the action of the i service during the present: war. the seed division of the great Storrs i Apartments. The property is Lot I Ii Ii Caldwell Will Be Here
__ Cattlemen, Williams said: "If there I F. E. Conkling commander of the and Harrison Nurseries.' Then he he-i'i i 10, Block 495. |

: is, such a. thing as true pioneerAmerican' Legion Post introduced the guests :( came director of sales and ad"ertis-I|I: Swindall, who has been in hte : Saturday: Meet Him
: you'll find it in the |'and each made a short talk to the Zing' for 'the W. Atlee Burpee com-I['! trucking and garage business in ,
r cattlemen. Our people, from the Legionnaires. Some of them broughtout pang! and finally head of the. agricultural 'I Clewiston for 14 years, used some '
division of N. W. Ayer and of the proverbial Yankee ingenuity Millard Caldwell, candidate for ,
founding of the Republic down to the fine things that the Red l, (;
the present day, hare led the way I Cross is doing for men in services I Son. From that post he was appoints in getting the lot ready for the new I Governor is planning to visit Clew-
'- :(;"' and. carried the torch of true Democracy :: now as seen in heir experiences in I vice-president of Critchfield andI building. He wanted a bull-dozer iston for a short time tomorrow,
It: .., We have played a major service. I company! Chicago. but was unable to obtain one, so he Saturday, March 18th. He is not
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r part in carving a great empire I I The Legion voted a donation of I I, It was during his connection rigged up one of his own. Using. planning a campaign speech at this j,;
with the Burpee company that he the chassis of a regulation small ;time, but is anxious to meet as many
p.: through individual intlative and self $25 to the Red Cross Fourth WarFund. '
reliance. Another project which the made his first exploratory trip dump truck he attached a metal Hendry county folk as possible during =

President Keene or Florida Vot-I Legion will give attention to at once through the state of Florida, witha I. blade to the front of it in true bull-I his visit.Caldwell .' ''.
determining state's ag I dozer style, with has a well-thought out ,'.
ers for Constitutional Government is to see that there is an American view to a simple mechanism -I
j said It was Indeed gratifying to have flag In every school room in Glades ricultural potentialities. From that I which can be operated program for Florida on which he is .
''- the support of Florida cattlemenand I and Hendry counties This Is always time, more than 25 years ago, until from the driver's seat to raise or making his campaign and he invites
expressed hope that their action a Legion undertaking but from the day of his death, Therkildson lower the blade. everyone to come to see him during '
-, would encourage other groups to time to time the flags need replac- was a ,one-man sales agency on the His contraption attracted quite n his visit, and let him discuss the ".A'
join the movement which he termed"a ing or additional rooms are addedto development of all forms of natural bit of attention as he used it in the program. : '
sincere and unselfish effort of the schools. resources in Florida. He was a winter work of leveling the lot and fillingin Caldwell's campaign slogan, which !
patriotic citizens who seek a return There was an attendance of 22 at visitor to the state annually, and over a culvert in the front of it. bespeaks his friendliness Is "MeethIm.'ou'll
-- of the government to the people" the meeting (Continued on Page 9) (Continued on page 12) like him."
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French UndergroundQuarter li {K USrn{rr rs,. Harry-I told Mary that each hour '-
By spent with her is like a pearl to me.

They tell you it actually happened.I 7'om-What did she say? _
editor Washington, D. C. Harry-She told string-
dunno He was managing me to quit
Said to Be for a New York syndicate. Now SHOE FIGHTA ing her.
of Million Men in France with OWI Several years ago a hot fight is raging backstage The man who pokes fun at .'a

Anxious and Able to Bear comic strip was submitted to him between the WPB and the OPA over woman trying to drive through a -
Ready, He liked it. Recommendedit shoe leather. Inside fact is that 12-foot garage door, usually sobers -

Arms Against Germans.By for syndication The boss to the shoes you are wearing are inferior up when trying to thread a
whom he delivered it took it home : not entirely because the best needle.

Next day he memo'd it wouldn'tdo. leather is rightfully being allocatedto That Did It
The kids he showed it to didn't the armed forces. That is only Husband How do you like the ,

BAUKHAGENews care for it, he said The young part of the story. place? Shall we buy it? ;;
Analyst and Commentator. cartoonists disappointed, of Another reason why your shoes Wife -, Oh, it's perfectly lovely!,
were The view from this balcony is so fine
Trust Building' occupied French territory as it is lib- course They finally got their are inferior and your shoe bill higher that it leaves me speechless.
Union
WNU Service, is that certain industry mogulsin
D. C. erated, piece by piece; also of cre- strip started in a cheap comic week"lyfor Husband Then we'll buy it.
Washington, WPB's
leather and shoe branch
ating the machinery for the final practically nothing per week I
"Arms are what we want, arms, plebescite which will decide the per- Every year they brought it have been blocking a program to Natives of Sololnons Use '
arms, arms!" manent 'ment., back to the m.e., who liked it, but prolong the wear of civilian shoes
My companion leaned across the gov he couldn't, get it on his chain by the application of wax and oil Idols as' Ocean Guides
table and pounded it with Gallic Great DifficultiesThe The boss still didn't like it Another treatments: to soles. The process

fervor, his black eyes flashing.It committee itself works under syndicate made an offer, but costs only two or three cents a "Spiritual aids to navigation"are

was our first meeting for more great difficulties. Many of the mem- the; boys gave the m.e. another shoe, but many manufacturers don'tlike still used by natives of the
,
than a year, and I knew that those : bers are utterly inexperienced in chance They were turned down it because it isn't flossy enough. Solomon Islands. .

eyes fixed on me so earnestly had. politics and they have responsibilities It now grosses $5,000 per week They say that consumers prefer Though radio direction finders,
met the light of the desert sun, for much greater than a normal via royalties from newspapers, radio shoes with a high, light polish on periscopes and other scientific

he had fought with the Free French governmental body would have. and gadget makers The first the sole, though they admit that aids are commonplace in the
forces under De Gaulle in Africa administrative it this polish robs the sole of some of
They must serve as an syndicate boss, who spurned so South seas since the navies of the i
and had had many an adventure agency, they must serve as a many times, demanded to know what its wearing quality. United Nations and Japan came "

serving his country abroad beforehe quasi legislative body, and they! happened '. The strip is the renowned Bureau of Standards experts have into conflict, the natives still place
returned for ,this visit to his tem- must likewise plan'regulations gov- "Superman." testified at hearings of the senate their faith in wooden lookout men. ":
home. in the interim be- committee headed
porary erning procedure war-mobilization These are grotesquely carved fig- i
.
"We have a quarter of a million tween liberation of France and the He is a nice kid-always laughingor by West Virginia's Sen. Harley Kil- ures in human form placed on the

men in the French underground, time when a free election is held. smiling He worked for an gore, that the use of oil (by actual bow of in from l
a canoe, a position (
ready, willing, able and anxious to The recent meeting of the assembly ad agency before the war started, test) prolongs the life of shoes 11 which '
they seem to be peering 8
bear arms-only one out of 20 of (February 29) began the long where they used to kid him a lot be- per cent, while soles treated with down the
through water. l
those has ''a single firearm, and that and complicated consideration of the cause he liked colorful cravats and wax preparations last from 30 to 41 The Solomon .It "T'
har- Islanders regardthe
means that while 12 men can plans for the provisional govern- apparel No zoot suiter, more per cent longer.
rass the German forces, as they are ment. One typical plan suggestedcan i Lucius Beebe One day they This has been corroborated by images as representatives of a I

doing every day and every night, now be described in,some detail nearly drove him out of the place l leading industry spokesmen, includ- protecting spirit which is supposed !
from to watch for reefs rocks and oth-
help ,
despite their inadequate sit although, of course, it is likely to be because he turned up wearing a pur- ing Paul C. Wolfer, a vice presi-. hidden I
must er dangers.
the outside, 228 others modified as a result of the discus- ple-colored vest '. Then came dent of the Douglas Shoe company, ,\
are
twiddling their thumbs. They but sion in the coming weeks and the draft, and he was among the who is a consultant in the standards
tired of waiting
getting their ennui very would leave them if fire- ,months, and in the application there- very first accepted After 17 division of the OPA. Wolfer not RUB FOR COLD MISERY! f

could be put in their hands.: If after.It months in action he showed up again only urged general adoption of oil- Spread Penetro on throat, chest, back I
America arms will provide them, we will covers, roughly, two phases. Now, 'wherever he goes, his wax treatments but intimated that -cover with warm flannel-eases muscular .
to them into France, First, is partial liberation.Just old pals show him considerable respect the government should crack downon aches, pains, coughs. Breathed-
guarantee get them as soon as the Allies have even though he wears purplf the shoe industry and require it. in vapors comfort irritated nasal mem-
to transport
will
we guarantee taken over a portion of France, and .On his chest. In addition to cutting down the branes. Outside, warms like plaster.! ;
and distribute them. Modern
medication
in base contain-
difficult to write of that the military organization moves for- nation's shoe bill, another factor old fashioned a
It is very ing mutton suet, only ('. !
shadowy world, the European under- ward, the French committee wouldbe His life's ambition was to be a Wolfer emphasized was wartime 25c, double supply 35c. Get Penetro. :

ground, for even the few scraps of placed in charge under this plan. name bandleader Studied almost i.onservatior of leather. So far, how- !

information which one might piece Immediately municipal officers wouldbe every instrument He final- ever, the OPA has made little prog-
together make a dangerous pat- selected, councils for each mu ly became one of the great arrangers ress in selling the oil-treatment ideato Effect of NoiseSoundconditioning

tern which might bring swift enemy nicipality. When an entire provincehas instead He couldn't "front"for the WPB. Some manufacturershave studies show j

reprisal. been taken over, each munici- a band, it seems ,. Wasn'tthe adopted he sole treatments that noise causing only a 5 per i

There is no question about the pal council already functioning would type, the agents said So he voluntarily, but only on a very limited cent decrease in the output of "

efficiency and the effectiveness of select delegates to the assembly now was hired as head arranger for a scale. manual workers will cause a 30 .

this silent army in France, in all existing i in Algiers. There are, at well known orchestra The leader The big shoo companies, OPA per cent decrease in the efficiency

the occupied countries for that mat- present, about 110 members of this of which was a "front man" be- claims, are antagonistic. In this, of executives.

ter. There is no question about the assembly, composed of Frenchmenwho cause he looked it The front they have the potent backing of the .
fact that through it flows a 'steady have been selected by the underground man could nover read a note of mu- WPB's leather ad shoe branch,

stream 'of information out of the organizations, by politi- sic, but he had a baton man's "per- I headed by Lawren.e B. Sheppard, Gas on Stomach r f{

heart of the enemy territory right cal organizations'and by labor and sonality," whatever that is a vice president of the Hanover Shoe Relieved in 5 minutes or double money back
back to the Allied high commands. other groups, and have been smuggled Each performance the arranger company. When excess.'Anacb add causes painful.offocat-
; Today two-thirds of the Creusot into Africa. They would be stood backstage and saw the "lead- Before the Kilgore committee, log prescribe gas,sour the ttoitorh fastest-acting and heartburn medicines,doctor known u rally for :s

factories, once the makers of the joined, or perhaps substituted by, er" take the bows,for his work Sheppard expounded at length' on Tablets.ymptomatie No laxative relief i -medtcioea Bell-ana like brings those comfort toBell-In aoa a :
vital the elected delegates chosenby the (whoknows lack Jiffy or doable your money back on return of bottle "
famous French 75s, long a newly Not lone ago arranger: "manufacturing difficulties to a*. 25c at all druggists.
source of the German arms supply, the municipal groups of each nearly every instrument) was of conclusive test?," and other objections i ii i ii

have been put out of commissionby province. There would be approxi- inducted. Because of his musical to a government order requiring i

a group of loyal Frenchmen, according mately one for each 100,000 inhabi- background, by golly, he was made the oil treatment of soles.

to a story that is now cur- tants. army bandleader commission due His statement was effectively con-

rent in Washington.Few Finally, the day comes when Al- soon. The bandleader's front man tradicted by other witnesses, who u 1

lied troops march down the Champs was drafted a few weeks ago brought out that tests had been ade- e --lHJ0.- ?

Involved Elysees and across the Seine to the You guessed it He's a privatein quate and that facilities for sole Cap-8rusb"Applicalor alces"BLACK ltAF40"E,
They did it at very little expense, Place du Palais Bourbon. Then the the infantry-still trying to keepin treatments could be installed JUST A GO MUCH FARTHER fi r
few men were involved, and not a ancient building, which housed the time! throughout the country with little DASH IN FEATHERS

single civilian life was lost. They chamber of deputies of the Third ,- difficulty and at small cost. 1
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did it by blowing up a key dam and Republic, will open its doors to the New York Novelette: She was a' NOT: The Kilgore committeehas I

thus cutting off the electric power new assembly. By this time, it will waitress in a small Midwest hotel finally sent a hot note to Donald Refresher Raid

from the plant. At least three expensive probably represent at least two- Because her feller played in Nelson demanding that he issue an" A refresher raid is a small-scale I
Allied air raids, long and thirds of France. the band One day a stranger ,
,order to compel the general adop- ratcl made on a target which has ,
carefully planned, had failed to destroy test chance .- I
offered her a screen
Second Step tion of sole treatments by shoe com- been heavily bombed in the past.
this dam. She spurned it .' She wanted to
Now the second step of the plan, panies. The purpose of the raid is to pre-
Not long ago, word 'came to another be near her Joe-hoping he'd'ask her .
now considered, will be taken. vent the enemy from restoring! the
of these French I to him All uvasuddenher
group guer- marry DESK ADMIRALSThe
The assembly will have reached, damaged target.Relief .
rillas that a German munition train Josephus wrote one of those 'is doing a magnificentjob
depending on the populations liber- navy
was about to move over a certain ated, some 400 members. screwy nonsensical national anathe- whenever it goes into action in 1
; stretch of track. The bolts were removed mas which periodically sweep the die Pacific, but members of the Tru-
and the rails spread. Then Then the provisional governmentI land So he upped and left for man committee are not convincedthat At Last !

came the word that ahead of the ( use the word "government" in The Big Burg Leaving her be- this is true of all the desk ad-

munition train was a passenger the European sense; we would callit hind, of course Two months mirals or their flunkies in Washington. -

train. Immediately men were sent the "cabinet" with an executive later she followed her broken heart] Among other things, they are For Your Cough
out to flag the passenger train and head) would be chosen by the as- In New York he bluntly told casting a curious eye at the manner

order it to slow down while other sembly. The national committee her that his plans did not include 'in which Adm. Ernie King and his _. ..
worked to back would cease to be the executive body her. He said-he was waiting for a Creomulsion relieves promptly because -
men feverishly
put staff preserve the myth of being "atsea" it goes right to the seat of the
the bolts. The train went but would assist the assembly, under movie who was bringing hima .
.:... passenger agent when actually they sit at desksin trouble to help loosen and expel
on safely. Once more, the bolts this chosen government, to work contract for Hollywood any mO- Washington.To germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
were withdrawn and before long, out the plan for the general elec- ment-and would she please leave? make the myth more realistic, to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed I
the munition train wrecked tion which would decide upon the : She found herself staggeringdown bronchial mucous mem-
was a Admiral King lives most of the weekon branes.Tell your druggist to sell you (,
and smoking mass. No French civilian form of government which France the hall towards the elevators, a yacht in the Potomac. It is a bottle of Creomulsion with the un-

had been injured. would have.However where out stepped the guy who of- a small yacht and his multitudinousstaff derstanding you must like the way it i
Less dramatic is the thanklessand this election could not fered the screen test back home! He has no room to live there with quickly allays the cough or you are
be held at once for the thousandsupon had trouble to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
difficult task which the French recognized her and no him. However, they draw extra pay
National Committee of Liberationhas thousands of Frenchmen taken selling Hollywood to her right there for the hazards of,life "at sea."

before it, attempting to work out from their homes for forced laborin You anticipate me Her So when payday arrives, the pay- for Coughs,Chest Colds Bronchitis

'J with the provisional assembly, the, Germany and. ,elsewhere would Joe 'Still is waiting for the same master carries a satchel down to
", machinery for administering the have to be repatriated first. agent with his movie contract-and' Admiral King's yacht to 'pay off the
areas of France as they are liberated Every attempt is now being,madeto wondering whatinell happened? staff. The paymaster knows full WNU-7 10-44 a

". by the Allied armies. The com- carry out the preliminary plans well that the men are not on the
mittee for procedures in the spirit, if not Marksmanship: Mark
must labor in an atmosphereof Quotation : yacht. However, he goes through
deliberation and enforced delay exactly in accordance with the let- Twain: Imagination was given to this ritual, then comes back; from .

',' which the mood of the undergroundfinds ter :of the French constitution and man to compensate him for what the yacht to the navy department, I ,

it hard to grasp. law. There are, however, many he is not; and a sense of humor was I where ,he finds the men and gives v.
The members of the French National practical difficulties which arise. provided to console him for what he them their pay.STEELWAGE. I
May Warn of Disordered
Committee of Liberation, with Take the question of woman suf- is Karen Cooper: In war, as !
frage. Under the French constitu- who do the strik- Kidney Action
R headquarters in Algiers, have gradually in baseball, those DISPUTE
K achieved more and more authority tion, women are not permitted to ing are against the men who are in Hard-working Will Davis, chairman Irregular Modern habits life with, Improper Its hurry eating and worry and j

t"**" under the Allies. There have vote. However, at present, with there pitching Louis Nizer: I of the War Labor board, is hav- drinking-its risk ot exposure and infec j I

\ : been many obstacles to overcome most of the men away in the armyor don't like people who smoke a pipeof ing a tough time selecting a panel tion-throws the kidneys.heavy They strain are apt on to the become workof

and the French, of course, feel that as deportees in Germany, the peace only for the purpose of creating to settle the vital question of wagesin over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
c-. they have not been given the free i women make up the majority of the a smoke-screen H. Whit- the steel industry. He proposesa and blood.other impurities from the life-giving

hand which they desired and de I population. Therefore, it would be man: Billions of Jack Frost's para- panel of three, one representinglahor You may suffer nagging backache
served. However, within recent desirable for them to cast the ballotin troopers descended upon New York headache dizziness getting up nights,
steel
the
one industry, one leg pains, swelling-feel constantlytired
weeks, it has been evident that the order to get a true representative A. Lincoln: By giving freedomto the public, with three alternates.But nervous,all worn out. Other signs F
Allies are changing their ultraconservative opinion of locality. freedom to of kidney or bladder disorder arc
any the slave we assure though he has called up'all times burning, scanty or too : some'I
policy and it is now taken Meanwhile, the cry of the loyal the free Richard Todd: VVe'oan' sorts of people and literally begged urination. '
for granted that representatives of Frenchman, in and out of his country never lose our way if -we remember their Try Doa,,', Pills. Doo,,', help the j,I
them to serve, patriotismseems kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
r- this committee, and later the pro- is for arms and ammunition, Lincoln's Gettysburg address deficient when it comes to waste. They have bad moro than half a
visional assembly which meets in and the century of public approval. Are recom-
dynamite other tools of C. Carton: Speeches as long. as a labor disputes.
mended everywhere.
by grateful users
Africa, and which is made up of sabotage and demolition with which rainy week-end Herald Trib- Meanwhile, the steel companies, Ask_ your ntighliorlr

persons representing various groupsin they believe they can vitally disrupt une: Chennault Thorn In Tokio's faced with retroactive pay for what-

France, will be given the responsibilities communications and assist the Side, May Prove Dagger In Its ever wage decision is finally handed
of administering the invasion.
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of all days in the his- ONTHE END LAXATIVE HABIT

when wicked men

Son and of hands God. cruci But, HOME I/IIIJIIJII1/ .. / THIS EASY WAY !

God, it was also the

hope shone forth Millions Now Take Simple
for in His death FRONT'
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our sins upon the, tree,
) t kAl rent, the old sacrifices RUTH WYETH SPEARS Harsh Laxatives

T + and the "new and UnnecessaryIt's

was opened into the N ow is the time to use every lemon and water. Yes! just
the blood of Jesus"
!! ? scrap of old woolen goods that the juice of 1 Sunkist Lemon in a
re1wkI ; ). you have on hand. That old coat glass of water-first thing on ..
Calvary mean to us? arising.
the moths got into; the dress from
Taken first thing in the morning
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c which cannot be removed
spots
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this wholesome drink stimulates
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the trousers that
are ragged at
bowel action in a natural way-
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Creamcd Eggs Are Nutritious and TastySee ) the knees-all of the material inm assures most people of prompt,
of and circumstances
( Recipes Below) normal elimination.
the crucifixion are of r Why not change to this healthful

'_;r IlcaIsVithout Meat / to every Christian. We rWI% habit? Lemon and water is good

b Lynn Chambers' Luther and weep as we : for you. Lemons are among the
unspeakable not i richest sources of vitamin C,which
agony,
"- Vegetables can be filling, too! If Menus "'::" i '
but of spirit, and we ,0'f. .4- ;: combats fatigue, helps you resist
are working on menus without and infections.
you colds They also
for me! How can
meats, you can Creamed Eggs on $ d1 supply Bi and P. They alkalinize,
==::J still give yourm Green Beans contemplate the cross ?jijL aid appetite and digestion. Lemon

; family foods that self, substance, or ? and water has a fresh tang, too-
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Wilted Lettuce .
Salad Christ? j} -.c -
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( :;: : will giVe them DARK RED : clears the mouth, wakes you up!
f ; plenty to put their Enriched Bread be less careless, self- LIGHT RED HOOKED Try this grand wake-up drink

[!. teeth into-foods Cherry Pie we would go often to the 4'AND ROSE RUG 10 mornings. See if it doesn't help
\. l 'LIGHT.MEDiUM DESIGN Use California Sunkist .
with that stick-to- death of Christ and rec- 4 you
AAND DARK BLUE ADAPTED
.::.,!. the-ribs quality. loving, sacrificial devo- FROM Lemons.
Save Used,Fats! )"BACKGROUND CHINTZ
Vegetables will give you minerals LIGHT AND DARK TAN
,:' and vitamins aplenty. Some of them Asparagus and Cauliflower heart-searching is the

will even supply some quantities of Rarebit Sauce.' cross to the unbeliev: these may be made into handsome You breathe freer almost -

..... .. protein, but fortify these foods with (Serves 6). he is a sinner (Rom. hooked rugs that you will be proudto instantly as Just '

complete proteins from milk, cheese 2 tablespoons butter or ) ; that "the wages of own. 2 Drops drops open Penetro your Nose cold- --

ana eggs. There's not a recipe intoday's 2 tablespoons flour (Rom. 6:23): ),. and he The, square rug in the sketch IIIBAT clogged nose to give
head cold air.
milkY "neither is there salva- your
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was designed to fit in a smart Caution: Use only as
your desire for color and zest. teaspoon salt other, for there is none directed.25c 2'%timesas
dressing table corner. The rose- much for 60c. Get
An old favorite, bean roast, is % cup grated American under heaven given Penetro Nose Drops
especially good at this time of year.It Few drops Worcestershire whereby we must be and-ribbon design in the chintz ,

contains no meat, but tastes as Cayenne 4:12)). Here at the skirt and window valance was

though it certainly had some: 2 bunches cooked that one "who his copied in making a border and ';

Cheese and Bean Roast. 1 head of cooked cauliflower our sins in his own center flower for the rug. It is

(Serves 5)) Make white sauce of Union.'I tree, that we, being easy to make your own rug designsin

..1 1 No. 2 can kidney beans ,and milk Add cheese, ? shouldlive unto right- this way to exactly suit your
\ and stir until melted. ,whose ,stripes ye were
'l! % pound American cheese room. So begin today to plan a
Pet. 2:24)).
.:, .,.: '1 onion, chopped fine asparagus and cauliflower : rug for ,some special spot in the
,1 tablespoon butter or substitute on platter. Garnish Was Forsaken So We home.

:, 1 cup bread crumbs strips and parsley. (vv. 29-36). *

Salt and pepper' to taste Eggs make splendid, the railing and mock-
NOTE: This illustration is from BOOK
':,' 2 eggs, well beaten food for lenten meals. Treat Lord endured on the
10 which also gives directions for three
-'j ',. Drain the beans and put them with gently not too have made His de make
other rag rugs that you may en-
the cheese through the food chopper. fast cooking and 1 heart well-nigh break ,.
tirely from things on hand, as well as
I. Cook the onion in butter. Combine the egg will re- the scorn of the very Trop cal
( directions for making slip covers and remodeling -
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mixtures, add seasonings and eggs. you to save.
old furniture. To get copy of .. _
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Pack into a buttered loaf tin and
as nothing compared BOOK 10 send 15 cents direct to: LEJoION ORANGE .
: cover with buttered bread crumbs. atability: when He who knew ALMOND-

1't' Bake in a moderate oven ((350 'degrees Spanish Eggs. made sin for us" (II
o r'.. ) about 30 to 35 minutes or (Serves 4)), MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
: Bearing the awful load
York
Bedford Hills New
,,. until browned. .Serve with tomato 2/ cups tomatoes the world He knew the Drawer 10
; % green pepper, chopped
sauce.
\ of being forsaken by Enclose 15 cents for Sewing Book
1 small onion
Saie-Used Fats chopped He turned His head No. 10.

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FI; 3 cups diced, cooked potatoes (left- me?"
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fathom the full mean-
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we dare not attempt
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2 tablespoons flour for us we be "made
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: Make a white sauce by melting for 10 minutes. Remove ( : ). He died that we I

S k-. butter, adding flour, and mixing in add crumbs and place in He was forsaken that J/iP
i milk. Cook until Break be "accepted in" Him I
eggs on top,
smooth and thick- .
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ened. Add salt, darkness, however
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eggs as a
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cut in slices. Let gladiator de "" .
and cheese has melted, 15 preserves for dessert .,, / -
heat thoroughly. ; no, there was vic f" -
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: One-half of Mixture may I .were sure somethingI. W' -
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4 placed in individual baking '
grated American 'S
Veil Was Rent So We .
cheese Save Used SUES You're worth .
may be Fats! (vv. 37-39)). ', '
added for topping before serving, if surprising, often! \ \ V ..
Egg Shortcake. of Jesus was not the .1
desired. So much praise '
(Serves 6) of a human mar S 5 5
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Sate Used Fats! for so little work. \ \
6 hard-cooked eggs the Son of God, cry. And Snow \

3 tablespoons butter voice (v. 37), giving Biscuits easy have extra ,-i -
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3 tablespoons flour to the Father (Luke .- / i 1
vitamins when .
,. Lynn Says 2 cups milkteaspoon that the work of you : .
use Fleischmann'3yellow ,
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Yi salt was "finished. ,
Food Supplies: Sweet Za&eZYeastI! -5 - -:
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potato teaspoon pepper indication of that 7
supplies s year will be good, 1 tablespoon chopped a declaration 'that the ": .j. .

thus bringing them within the 1 teaspoon minced onion of law had given / ),, ,' .... . .
.._ _ range of every family in the coun- Biscuit dough (using 2 cups new dispensation of fLiSTEUEVEIYBOOY., --- "'..r S \ i- -

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S7, supplies will Melt butter, blend in flour ONLY t5',4 FREE/SEND RMa'THATHMADDEDAMOUN1
depend YEAST FOR BAKING
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soy flour and grits and peanui peas ing until thickened. Add have torn this sixty. .VITAMINS A AND P, .'-' BOOK OF OVER 70 RECIPES.
: butter prospects pepper, five coarsely wide, and inch- S AS WELL AS mE >...THE FAMOUS 'BREAD" ''j

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foods indicated a
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cheese, cream, butter, ice cream browned. once a year as the : :::? ;i / "d "\ JVRITC NOW/ w
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These foods will be creamed and garnish your
scarce: on- eggs by the blood oi \ loss In the oven. copy, writeStandard
? .ions-until April, bananas, canned slice of egg. new and living way I Be sure to usoFlcischmann'sl Brands \ ,, (. S
fruits, lentils, fresh fish Inc., Grand
white .
consecrated for i .
Are you looking for salad us. .5 5-- 5. CentralAnner, .
I -- cornmeal, corn syrup, hominy a stamped, self-addressed veil." A week supply keeps Box 477, New
grits, coconut, pineapple, celery Miss Lynn Chambers at Western "let us draw near with In the Ice-box. York 17,'N. Y.

seed, cinnamon, thyme, black per Union, 210 South and full assurance ol 5- ,

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News the post_ war problem regarding veteran Democrats Asked As hen's teethare FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:
Clewiston
The r ITo scarce as DISTRICT NO. 5
personnel. '
I "It appears that the corporation Place Ads Early ;; I hereby announce to the voters of
I extra of the
i copies Hendry county that I am a candidatefor
ideas to -
modern
has as personnel ,
Published every Friday In Clewiston, very the office of County Commissionerof
Florida, by tho CLEWISTON NEWS, relations and that men entering LAKE WALES, Mar.' 15.-FNS) District No. 5. Felda subject to the .
inc. its services will have chanceto I I Florida'I Clewiston News these democratic primary in May. I am : .
every O. A. Brice: president of the serving the unexpired term 'of my I
advance in direct ratio to their I Press Association, ,today' called upon I predecessor, Jim Maddox, who resigned,
i Be
days. of
matter 1 sure your and am trying to make the county a:
second class mall to produce.
Entered as ability all candidates In the Democratic L good commissioner. In asking to be
Clewiston February,I,Florida 1927, at, umler the Post, the Office Act of In Florida officials of the Veterans I primary on May 2 to place their I I elected to the office, I promise' to give
by the best service possible to Felda and
!March 3, 1897.Subscription Administration and the United orders for space in the newspapers I copy. entering 'your ,I the county as a whole jUst as I am
r .------ States Sugaj- Corporation are rush- as early as possible. .doing this term. I will be grateful for
Rate $2.50: Per Tear ing forwiird an employment plan for I "Newspapers, in Florida are maintaining '' I II .your vote and support.ASA TOWNSEND.Thank 'you.
war veterans in connection with the their usual standard of size' .1' (Paid Political Advertisement.)
Advertising Hates On Application company's new diversification program excellence effort," I NOW.POLITICAL
and at great FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER.
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and post war plans that will President Brice said. "The extra de- I I' DISTRICT NO.1.

provide jobs for more than 7,500 mands ,
for preceding the primary -
Devoted to the advancement and welfare .space This will announce my candidacy
of lewiston and Hen ry County. persons. will place work on the papers ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR ; !I for re-election, the office of county
commissioner, district number 1, sub-
which can only be' met by knowingthe I ject to the May primaries. I am con-
V M + needs sufficiently in*advance. cluding my second term in this ca-
SIinitlFF t pacity and invite a careful Inspection
"I that last minute
nm afraid copy
'- of record commissioner
NATIONAL EDITORIAL I will hltbe; refused by some of I hereby announce myself as a ca.n-I for my this time. as your *.r.,
1 didate for the office of Sheriff of Hen Your vote and support will. .be ap
ASSOCIATION With the papers, simply because, shortageof dry County. Florida. Having served as preciated. -
W'B labor will make it absolutely im- Justice of the Peace for a number of GLEN E. ETHERTON.Paid .
years T feel that I am fully qualified ( Political'Advertisement..)
possible to add extra pages needed_ find capable of holding and conductingthe I
and at the same time meet the publication affairs of this most important office -
Our Boys in an efficient, economical and FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT:
deadline.
M business-like manner.
1 / "The newspapers of the state will I have been a resident of Hendry This is that I am seek-
Announces County for 21 years and feel that I ing the office of County Superintendent -
H. Small make to handle
G. effort every
every I know the people and their problems.If I of Public Instruction subject to
in theSerY1Ce bit of advertising copy placed with elected, I shall endeavor to give the wishes of the voters in the May
Candidacy for SheriffG. them but I know that if a flood of I them my wholehearted cooperation in primary. If elected, I will work for
every respect. Your vote and support the best interests of the schools of
last minute, copy comes in some 'of I will be greatly appreciated.G I I Hendry county and In every way possible -

H. Small, justice of the peace t'r the advertising will have to be turn I (Paid Political Advertisement, H. SMALL.) I I dence endeavor you place to in me Justify I will the deeply confi-

for the Clewiston district, has announced ed down. '- appreciate your vote and support.

his candidacy for the of- I "I would suggest that every can- I FOIl COUXTY COMMISSIONER: !I Thank you.MRS.. HOMER TAYLOR.

fice of sheriff of Hendry county, and didate for state, county or national DISTRICT :Xo. 2 '-(Paid Political Advertisement.)
his formal statement is among the office arrange now his advertising
political announcements in the News NON'M%.%.%*%.*
this week. one week in advalCe'with every I County Commissioner in District No. DISTRICT. 4-DE AUDI
I Private Shirley Hunter writes 2, Hendry County the coming Dem-
Small has been a resident of the from England: "I am glad at last newspaper he expects to use in the] ocratic Primary. I am particularly wish to announce to the voters of
I campaign. I know of no other way i qualified for this office 'since I, am a i Hendry county that I am a candidate
county for 21 :years and feels that to be able to send a permanent ad- !I lawyer, a civil engineer, and, in addition I I I for reelection to the office of County;
he is well acquainted with the peo- I: dress so I can start receiving the in which some of the newspapers have served as a County Commissioner -. I Commissioner of-district No.4, which
with the problems now confronting and Chairman for Hendry is Fort Denaud. I am serving my; first
pIe and the problems of the various I paper again. If' you still have the I County. My record in the past will I term in office and can honestly say; ,
sections of the county. He has serv- February issues, I would appreciate them can serve all who may wantto stnnd up for Itself. I promise the sam that during( this time I have done my
use space at the very last minute" efficient, competent, courageous, and best to familiarize myself with the affairs _
ed for many: years as justice of the receiving those. As it seems to me understanding administration of .county of my district and the county as i..
peace. my subscription expires in March, I affairs that I gave the people of I a whole to the end that I might be
1991 RegisteredIn Hendry County before. able to give an efficient as well as conscientious -
Mr. Small pledges his whole- will send the money to cover the re I,! I will appreciate your vote and sup- I administration. In asking
hearted cooperation in every respect newal. I enjoy reading the Clewiston port.Very j I' for another term, I pledge my best efforts -
Hendry County ; sincerely, I In a continuance of the same
to. the people of Hendry paper and have surely missed SELDEN L. STEWART.Paid policy. Your vote and support in the
county. .I i reading it these past weeks." ( Political Announcement) Map'primary will be A.appreciated.J. EVERS. V

1 The papers will go forward each John L. Hall, county supervisorof ... (Paid Political Advertisement.)
week and hope our first Overseas registration, reported Tuesday
S. L. Stewart Out that total of 1991 of quali- FOR CLERK OF COURTI
I WAC can catch up on Clewistonnews. a names FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER;
For CommissionerSelden Good luck, and we hope you fied voters appeared on the regis- wish to announce my candidacyfor DISTRICT NO. 3W.
the office of clerk of the circuit
like England as much as most of our tration books in Hendry county, ac- court of Hendry county, subject to the N. (Bill) Stallings announces his
folks over there. Pvt. Hunter is at cording to a tally made earlier in :May primary.; I have been a residentof candidacy for the office of county-
commissioner for district No.: ; 3, Hendry
If
Hendry county for sixteen ;years.
L. Stewart resident of La- I Headquarters of a fighter com- the day. elected will conduct the affairs of the County, Florida. He has been a resi-
Belle for the past 32 years, has mand. The'county by precincts is as office in an efficient and businesslike dent of the county since its .creation

qualified for the office of county I "* 5! follows: No.1, Clewiston, 926; No. manner.respectfully Your solicited.vote and support" are and He is hopes deeply to interested have the in its opportunityand progress. c.

-- commissioner of District No.2, La- A news story from England also 2, east LaBelle, 262; No.3, West G. C. RACKSTUAW. pleasure of serving you .and will
do it to the best of his 'ability.He .
Belle, an office he held some years I brings news of a former Riddle LaBelle, 396; No.4, Denaud, 130; (Paid Political Advertisement.) will appreciate very your vote and

ago, at the same time serving as I Field officer, 1st Lt. Thomas S. No.5, Felda, 132, and No. 6, Hook- support in the May primary.
(Paid Political Advertisement.)
chairman of the board. er's :Point 145.
Gowin, who was medical officer at FOR COUXTY COMMISSIONER: -- -
Besides experience in the dutiesof the field before going overseas last The registration books are open DISTRICT XO. 3
.FOR COUNTY JUDGEI
the office Stewart cites as fur- fall. "A little army tent stuck: in the supervisor's office and willI'e-

ther qualifications, that he is a law- quietly away in a heavily wooded main open through April' 15. Super- This for is County to announce; Commissioner that I am of in Dis-thrace reelection.to hereby announce the office'my of candidacy County Judgeof for

yer and a civil engineer.In pine section of an Air Service Com- visor Hall {3 in his office to, take trict No.3, LaBelle. subject to the Hendry County subject to the demo-
registrations on week days from 91 wishes of the voters of Hendry countyas cratic primary in May. I have madea i
making his announcement he mand Station Headquarters in Eng- .
expressed in the May 2 primary sincere effort to conduct the affairs .
said, "My record in the past will land serves as office for 1st Lt. T. I I a. m. to I.12 noon. and 1 to 5 )p. n- I I am a lifetime resident of this section I of the office in such 'a manner as to
for itself. I the S: Gowin medical officer 'at I and deeply interested in its welfare .: justify my; request for another term
stand promise post Ii
up i and development. To this end, if elected and If reelected, will continue to give
same ,efficient, competent, courageous the base. i i ers of Silence, built centuries ago. I will give the best service of whichI the same conscientious and efficient

and understanding adminis- "Before, being called into service He was thrilled with the gold will am be capable.greatly Your appreciated.vote and support Thank be service.appreciated.Your vote Thank and you.support' will

tration of county affairs that I gave ,an August, 1942, Lt. Gowni finisheda craftsman shops of the market I you. R. M. (BOB) HARRIS
the people' of Hendry county before. 3-year surgical residency at a''. places and the Bombay Cancer hos- I ( Political Advertisement.R. B. WALDRON.Paid ) (Paid Political Advertisement.)

I will appreciate your vote and sup- Dade county hospital, and was post pital, one of the, most advanced

port. Very sincerely, Selden' L. surgeon at Riddle Field. He took cancer institutions in the world. FOR SHERIFF FOR SHERIFFI

Stewart." his studies at the University of Flor- "In Cairo, Egypt, Lt. Gowin visit !I wish to announce that I am a can-
ida, 'the University of Miami, and ed the Nile valley, the Blue Mosque I I wish to announce that I am a candidate didate for the office of Sheriff of Hen-
for reelection to the office ,of
dry county subject to the democratic-
Sugar Company Gets finished at the University of Louis- and the Mosque of Mohammed be- I Sheriff of Hendry county; at the primary I I primary of May 9th. If .elected I will
ville. His internship was served vat fore going to England. election in :May. I have tried tn';: conduct the office in an efficient and
conduct the office in a manner to justify business like manner to the best interests -
Praise On Plan To Hire. Jackson Memorial Hospital. UnderLt. "England is as beautiful as I had another term, and I will appreciate : of all. Your vote and supportwill
Gowin's watchful eye, this base pictured it, and the people are very your vote and support. be greatly appreciated.H. .
I BILL MADDOX. H. MACK McCALt .
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Disabled Veterans has remained amazingly free from friendly, he said." (Paid Political Advertisement.) (Paid! Political Advertisement.),
the flu epidemic and other diseases, .
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CLEWISTON, March 15.FNS) officials reported. .

A Veterans Administration official' "The Air Service Command, to ._ h .,....__. __

has voiced high praise of the Unit which Lt. Gowin is now assigned Is THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .' '
: ed States Sugar Corporation for, its the vast supply wing of the Air .* .' l .

r plan to hire hundreds of disabled Forces. It maintains, repairs and

veterans at the new starch factorynow supplies :all equipment, and also /

under construction here.* feeds, clothes, arms and transportsall
M. Bryson, 'manager of the Vet- personnel for one of America's:;

erans Hospital at Bay Pines, said: great air forces in Britain. "

"To our knowledge, this is the first "Leaving for overseas last fall, '" !
big corporation to take such an active Lt. Gowin- spent three ,weeks in Bom- :;:
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interest and realistic view of bay, India. There he saw the Tow-

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:I_: our manager today for telephone still hasn't come in.Some articles are mighty during that time is war-alcohol for the

.s. service.l I .- scarce these days. I don't get anywhere Government. So, wasn't surprised a bit

.;. ..:!.. I near as much as I could sell." to read how bootlegging and black markets

"With the war going on,Frank, we've got have sprung up around the country as a

I :_:--c to expect those things. It's true of luxuries result of the dwindling supply. Our 13 years

1 j just as it is of necessities. Take whiskey, of prohibition proved that if folks can't get '

.s. for example. There's a real shortage in that. legal whiskey,they'll get illicit whiskey.Sure 1r

: INTER COUNTY TELEPHONE :'. I It's to be expected when you,realize there hope the shortage doesn't last too long. I'd

s ::: hasn't been a drop of it distilled in this hate to see this country turned over to. the

:: & TELEGRAPH COMPANY :: country since way back in October, 1942. bootleggers again." .
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lama problem. : New Candidate- I I concern, for 22 of his I 25 years in I the board of stewards of First
ROY; BATTON DIES; Judge R. M. Harris' fined Manning -II s business. He started as shipping Methodist church of West Palm

$50 or thirty days in jail as II (Continued from Page 1) clerk and rose from the ranks to his Beach and a member of Harmonia
alternative for "driving drunk," also present executive position. He mov- No.
aged. Income tax and other form revisions Lodge 138 F. & A. M. A prop-
WAS
INJURED IN $10 or an additional, 10 days for i Is mandatory and could be ed to West Palm Beach in 1929 erty owner in West Palm Beach-he

driving without a driver's permit.I, accomplished. Less regulation of serving as branch manager of the ie married and has two children.
Williams was handed a fine of $20or I firm until he resigned to enter the
'A WRECK SUNDAY i business and more cooperation I
thirty days. Both are in jail. I.. should be a congressional aim. I congressional w campaign. He was
/ born in Eufaula, Okla., Oct: 12, .
Sheriff Maddox and Patrolman "We all know of the unwarranted '-.'--- ELECT ..."8"- ..
1904 and through a family misfor-
HamricK left disposition of the :
cases restrictive regulations relating
(Hendry County News) tune, left school to earn a living,
up to State Attorney Clyde L. Wilson to the growth, expansion and mar-
Roy Batton, 35, died Tuesday
'I obtaining his education by private
night at Lee Memorial hospital in They had- not been able to keting in agriculture, and we know tutors and selfapplication.He LEX GREEIII
reach him as the News went to
Fort they should be cancelled. Expert
y Myers after being injured Sun- this week. is serving a second term as
press treatment of necessary war-time agrIcultural -
day afternoon in an automobile
president of the Florida State Elks
wreck on highway 2$ at Fort regulations Is not too unreasonable -
association
is-a past district deputy
Our First "Yank InRAF" to expect and the con-
Thompson' Two other occupants of exalted ruler in Florida East dis- .
the car, a '37 Ford sedan, escaped gress can insist on these reforms.
trict, and past exalted ruler of the
" Killed In ActionFlorida's Elimination of sugar quotas and I
-with only slight bruises. They were West Palm Beach lodge.. :
JU Manning and Lee Williams. protection of agriculture in .
a conu-I He has ,served as ,president of the
nental United States would _
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State Road Patrolman R. E.
Yank =
first in the RAF,
West Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce -
tremendous boon to the of I
Hamrick the people
who investigated mishap Watkins who trained at i '
A.
William Kiwanis Club and Palm
district.
s placed all three under arrest Riddle-McKay Aero College here,I III our I Beach County Chapter of National
"We are not now provided with
charged with drunkenness. Besides, Chas been shot down and killed while Aeronautical Association.
lie is now
Manning was charged with driving II on a fighter mission over Italy, according -" adequate land water transportation and air and facilitiesby we must-I I chairman of the City Recreation
without driver's ':
a permit. to word received this week. : commission of West Palm Beach,
development of
secure proper
'
The three men were on their way Watkins was one of five brothers I these elements. The Fort alII I serving his third term as a member
Myers-
from Belle Glade, which they gave !l din the service and the son of Col. Stuart canal should be improvedfor i of that board; is a member of the [ GOVERNOROft9ouricMuaffriuff44 '
their residence to The
as Tampa. D'I
lost )I I W. 'Watkins, who was second both yacht and commercial use. ": executive committee of the Community I .

..- driver apparently it control of the in command at.Elgin. Field, Fla., Air facilities should be developed in I Chest of the Palm Beaches SERVANT OF AID FOR THE PEOPLE :
car and turned upside down
while Bill was stationed at Clewis- and treasurer of the Camp and Hos-
with state
the roadside ditch. ton. Anxious to get into action, he cooperation governments not under and exclusive local I pital Committee of the Red Cross I HE Will KEEP FAITH WITH YOU

iv Dr. C. E. Weaver, who was called chose the RAF and received his federal control. I. county chapter. He is a member of I (Paid Political Advertisement.)

to attend Batton, and who made wings at Riddle Field on August 5, .
I "One of the most important single i
%r. several trips to see him while he 1942. I -

was in jail, advised that he be taken Notification of his death was 4 bars to the proper development I
of the entire South has been the
to a hospital for observation since I given by his broth'er, Cadet Wood- unequal, discriminating
"he to be paralyzed from freight A WAR VETERAN HASA
appeared ruff W. Watkins, who also was at rates which I
are now hampering
the waist down and to have suffered -
' I Riddle Field while Bill was there, business, industry and agriculture. I i
possible internal injuries. and who is now taking basic flying
A concerted effort '
by southern representatives -
: Batton was taken to Lee Memorial training at an Army Air Forces in congress would force RIGHT TO ASK
' hospital in Fort Monday Watkins
'Myers school in Kansas. was
equalization of these rates, in my
afternoon by ambulance after' Sher- ed about December 20, his kill-I' opinion.. '
iff Bill Maddox acting instruc- I
; upon said.
"I believe;> in providing adequate ,
v He's too busy now fighting the war forT
tions from County Attorney H. A. .
t b State I Watkins was the first of a quartet -' social security through old age pen- you, to worry about post war jobs. But
Rider contacted Attorney General -
of Americans studying with the sions for the necessities and com he'll have A RIGHT TO ASK when he

Tom Watson 1 at Tallahassee regarding RAF to receive his wings at Riddle forts of life,_ beginning at the age u + ptig { returns, what YOU'VE done about It. Sen.

the ,sending of a transientto Field Following his graduation, he of sixty. 2,4 i Ernest R. Graham, World War I veteran,
a hospital for treatment at the went to England for final combat "I believe sour people here want I > knows we MUST provide work. Experienced -

expense of the county. Sheriff Mad- training. .. decentralization of government, '" as. a farmer-business man he knows
dox said he was told' that it was the HOW! i
elimination of present infringe-
"humane thing to do" to send the
ments of states rights and a return
man ,to a hospital, and that.,it was England in 1681 prohibited importation -
Elect
to them, when the emergency per-
- ., the procedure followed in other of logwood one of the
I mits, all of their Constitutional
counties when confronted with the dyewood family of trees. E'RNlEST R. GRAHAM
I right* now restricted. _
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W A resident of Florida since 1912,
I the ALL. FLORIDA GOVERNOR
'Mr. Wall
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UPCIIURCII First: on his program-Veterans I "s Candidate for the Office off
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.Y From the New Congressional Faith in the intentions of our Federal Government

District Send a 'y4 is being shattered by the steady push toward .

I centralization of government and of power.
PRACTICAL J. OLLIE I EDMUNDS

h ';. } FOR THE PAST.12 YEARS The time has come when the voters of this democracy t
BUSINESS MAN fi ry I
y ;, COUNTY JUDGE OF DUVAL COUNTY must reassert their loyalty to our time-honored,

,- Who' has worked for n r z time.tested principles of government. when ournation
Born in Higgston, Georgia, in 1903. \ :
SOUTH FLORIDAyW must be restored to the I who '
His parents moved to Florida while he voters are .

for 30 years!!. was still an infant and he has resided its constitutional. rulers. -

in the state ever since. .
r ELECT Judge J. Ollie-Edmunds is devoted to these principles : 'r l'

. Attended public school until 14 years of government and to our American ideals f fi 1

L. L. STUCKEYPalm of age when he went to work ,in support and
of life. He will for these
of his family, but continued his way. fight things and. :

Beach County Farmer G I education by attending YMCA night for the constitutional rights, of ,the citizens of Flor
school. Later entered Stetson University ida
and Business Man k4 as our United States Senator. **
and was graduated, from the College .

CANDIDATE-SIXTH FOB CONGRESS g'4 f 'r of Liberal Arts and the College of He is .a man of strength and, integrity ., t of ,

Subject te Democratic Primary g ;f % Law. Served as president of Stetson proved ability and. long experience in, public life. '
May 2ndPaid CI Alumni and is at present member of .
( 1'olltlcalcAdv..) Y .Board Trustees of that institution.More important, he is a plain American with a

I normal American outlook who,wants our American: .

I A citi/en'and preserved'fo'r future :
I II prominent civic worker. ,way. generations.
He won in 1935, the United States ;

: I TotY'J F U M NIG I RAM By Peters] Junior Chamber of Commerce Award Your belief in these traditional American principles
A. for distinguished civic service in the
city of Jacksonville. He IS. a member of may be expressed by your vote and support _

the Baptist Church, the !Masonic and of Judge Edmunds.ft .
'k ,_ Elks Lodges. ,

*. \ HEAR JUDGE EDMUNDS SPEAK
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You can have all the 1 lIe is married and has two children. Tj OVER THE RADIO- f

mileage of which your car ,,

i.fi : 'f:.> !} a" y ,is capable by letting us <' \
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HENDRYCOUNTY \ Friends of J. OLLIE EDMUNDS, s I -'-- ,v ,;

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JACKSONVILLE/ 2, FLORIDA. Please count on my active'support and otf: r
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MOTORS J. Ollie Edmunds jas United Stales Senator from Florida in

.! .. the, .coming,'"Dcmocratic Primary, May 2nd, 1941. ,

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I such a three hour ordeal as I've just Teen through"

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STY TILE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 104*


her mother have a pantry well!I clares. "It has given me much information Postal Rates To -I I I ing a campaign to reduce the total !

stocked with home canned foods of I and skills irt home 'mak- weight of air mail, and urging
ing. The leadership training has Increase March 26 I everyone to provide themselves with
all kinds. She is helping her mother I
given me confidence and, helped'me.. onion-skin and 'envelopes for
paper
by doing much of the family cook-
I 'WA! BONtlS ing, part of the house work and in my relations with my friends and Increased postal rates, affectingall air mail purposes. 401& -
schoolmates and in commnnity Parcel post rates have increased
,
part of the ironing. i types of mail and parcel post
J" service. I 3
!" II percent. The minimum rate, for
,' .,'t..., 'i 't1t, r Jf Now a senior in high school, Ruth I services, except the present 3-cent first "'zone packages, increased from
: ,.., has ,been a 4-H club member ever letter rate, will go into effect 'next 'other
>? RATIONING //8 to 9 cents per pound' and
'; ,,>:,v" '<" since she was nine years old, in Saturday, March 26. The new rates zones in proportion.
: ':, "" "'" some way managing to enroll be- CALENDAR are designed to raise revenue for
.. order fees will a
Money
begin at
fore--.she reached ten. She has a rec- I the treasury partially offset the
.. \ minimum of 10 cents instead of the
,
ord and scrapbook of her seven ---- amount of free mail handled for
MEAT, BUTTER, ETC. our armed present 6, cents Insured mail be-
years in the club. forces, and the amountof
gins at minimum of 10 cents instead -
a
She has served the South Bay Book 3 brown stamps Y and Z overseas nail that is handled at, presenf'mInImum
of the 5
of
Club as, publicity chairman, secre- good through March 20; book 4 red I less than actual cost. cents. ,

tary and president, and is secretaryof stamps AS, 138 and CS, D8, E8 and Local letters, in' small town, of- The book rate 'changes from 3
the County Council of. Junior FS good for 10 points worth through fices where the rate is now one- 'cents 4
( per.. pound to cents per
Home Demonstration Work. She has I May 20. Red tokens worth one pointin cent will remain at one cent, Post pound. Registered mail advances
helped with leadership of younger change. cards and postals also remain at '
I from a minimum of 15$ cents to"a
.
girls in demonstration, sports,' camp (Meat grades: AA or choice, A one cent. However, route letters and ,minimum of 20 cents. '-..'.
I programs: and daily radio 'programs or good, B or commercial or util- letters in cities with street deliveries -

at the county 4-H camp each sum- ity, D or cutters and canners.) ; where the- rate is now 2 cents PRISONER OYAn. MAIL
mer. t tII FRUITS JAMS ETC. will advance ,to three cents. .
Letters to Prisoners of War con-
I Air mail is increased from 6 to'S
Perhaps another reason it comes
II Book 4, coupons K, L; and M val tinue to be sent without any postage.
is because she likes it. "The cents per ounce, except to service
easy through, March 20; Blue A8, B8, These should be placed inside a
inter: men overseas, where delivery is
projects in which I am most C8, D8 and E8 good for 10 points plain envelope addressed properly'
'ested in the home preparation 'made through army or navy post
h 1 are through May 20. Blue tokens wWth offices. to the Prisoner of,War, and should'be
of' meals ,for the family, canning and This armed forces air mail )
in
one point change. handed in to a post office employee -
Not all the victories arc on our home improvement," she !says. overseas remains 6 cents per ounce. ?
SUGAR
i and not placed in the drop
side; not all the losses are ourenemy's. I In addition to being a leader, Stamp 30 in book 4 valid indefinitely -I The_ post office department is mak-I box, since Prisoner rfVnr. .. maiT
.n -- ------
.. Here you see barrel upon Ruth is a winner in project work: for Jive pounds, stamp 40 I must be dispatched without any I'I

barrel- of good American fuel going and demonstrations. Her biggest' ,valid for canning' through Feb.. 28, I I postmark-not even a slogan or
GASOLINE
in smoke after a Jap strafing.The
up but prize was a $100 war bond as state Ij945 (correct). I decoration can be on the stationery
be replaced
cannot 9-A
boys valid for
coupons' three gallons -
winner in an electrification contest. SHOES. used. If it is desired to mail a prisoner --
can-that is if all real
material
,
the through 8. I
May
When she finished eight grade' in Book 1 stamp 18 valid through ,
Americans do their utmost in the war I of war letter when. the post office
effort and buy War Bonds. school she was awarded the American April 30 and book 3 stamp 1 on air FUEL OIL i\ is closed, the letter may be:<

Make your dollars work for ViCtory Legion citizenship medal."I .plane sheet valid indefinitely. Anew No. 4and 5 coupons valid through I r made"'ready as above and ,then placed -

: Buy More War Bonds. consider that my .4-H work has stamp will be valid May 1. Sept. 30.Definite. in a ,separate envelope addressed
U.S. Treasury DcporfnccntACADEMY been of great benefit ,to me in my Loose stamps accepted only on mail value coupon good'any to the "Local, Postmaster" "and drop-

I home and community life," 'she de- orders. time. ped in with the regular letters.

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Officials of Lodwick t ,
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Academy announced this week I I
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that in addition to the flight, aca-| .

demie maintenance and other departments I. y .

a new phase has been |I' DOWN ; :

added combining the maintenance TO't'
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and scheduled operations of all } a
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Army and school vehicles under the BUSINESS" i r \ ;::' .: .",
newly created Transportation de- 4

partment. ;f

Through the efficient operationof .___or" :j ".

this department much vital rubber 'I-
and gasoline may be conserved,

by pooling resources and obtainingthe ,.

amount maximum of equipment.use from the minimum 'S I ,

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Three New RAF j
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Officers At Field ': .
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Squadron Leader J. K. Keates,
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who started flying with the RAF I krp;

Reserve in 1935 as one of the. origi- WAIi'-; ; ',:+
>r.
nal pre-war RAF Volunteer Reserv-I
ists, has arrived :at Riddle : ; {:':J''s

is serving on the RAF staff, replac-I yfi

ing Squadron Leader A. G. Hill, V I L t!,

who has been transferred. /
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> Keates is one of three new officers i

at the field. Flight Lt., Leslie FOR s '
N. Kenyon replaces' Flight Lt 4ny rfY,%, v r i : fs5' f ; .:'y;'{$ !7J

George Gibson, and Flight Lt. W. .
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J. Lingard replaces Flight Lt. Wil- y'y > s.y,+
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liam H>, Trewin. Hill had been at CONGRESSSIXTH

the field since October, '1942. Gib- ,;

son arrived about six months ago, .
and Trewin', about nine months 1 'DISTRICT ";J '
ago. \ A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MAN, WITH '
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Squadron Leader Keates is ..fromKingston" :, 0 F FLORIDA 25 YEARS', PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE

on Thames near London.He .
was a, flying instructor before I "

the war, and was awarded the Air PLATFORM !
Force Cross for outstanding work -
I
i as a primary instructor during the
first two years of. the war. He has A Congressman's first duty is to REPRESENT his peo-, 7. Encourage individual initiative and private enter- [-

just finished two years service with pIe-to work for the legislation THEY want-to fight prise. Simplify income tax and other necessary 'forms' so,

the Glider Training Detachments. of THEIR. battles with the Bureaus. they may be readily understood by any intelligent person. ,'

the RAF, finishing as Commanding s Provide tax' credits for post-war risk, capital and modernization -
Officer of a Glider Instructor's' I I believe the following principles, briefly outlined, are improvements. Less regulation and more cooperation w

School. I those of a majority of the ,people of, the Sixth District of with business.

Flight Lt. Kenyon comes to the Florida: I s t
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has been doing personnel work. He I. 1. Win the War and Win the Peace. Cooperate with all 8. Cancel all unwarranted restrictive laws and regulations I

has been ,with the RAF for 19 years, Allied nations in preserving'' world peace and the future relating (o the growth, expansion and marketing of

r and was in active service with the"I security of this Nation. agriculture. Secure expert treatment of war-time: agricultural 'I

r Eighth Army in the Libyan Desert t regulations. Eliminate sugar production quotas. ; pro- i ,
f' from 1940 to. 1942.. He was assigned 2. Assist rehabilitation of men and omen of the armed tect agriculture in continental United States.

f to the United States for work services; providing vocational training and complete re- fl.' '. ,

with the RAF in ,July, 1942, and employment assistance so, all, may have equal opportunity!
9. Provide adeqlate'transportation facilities by land
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f: # has been in thiScountry ,since. to earn good living providing hospitalization !
a. ; complete water and air for development of natural commercial and
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Flight Lingard joined and rehabilitation for the disabled. ,
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'f: RAF in 1940, and since then has agricultural resources s_ of the District and State. Develop 4)

f been '"hunting for- subs in Sunder- 3/Maintain a strong Navy in peacetime. Maintain strong Fort MyersStuart'canal for yacht and commercial use.

land flying boats while assigned to National Guard and Reserve Officers organizations. Es- Secure prompt return of military airports! and develop t, r

the Coastal Command," he says. He[ tablish limited military training of ,youth, for their physi- ment of all air facihtiesl'in'cooperation, with State and local ":
has spent some. time as officer in cal and 1 governments. '-'
1 mental development and our future protection.
r charge of navigation at Grosse lie, ,,

Mich. Before the war he was a director 4. Cooperate with private enterprise to maintain a large 10. Equalize present discriminating' Southern' i v freight ... 'f
of a cotton wadding manufacturing -
company. Merchant Marine, that American ships may carry our rates now retarding growth and development of industry 1

proper'proportion of. world commerce. and agriculture in our District and State: ".
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South Bay Girl Wins 5. Take immediate action to obtain air transportation s ,. '
base 11' Provide adequate c Social Security through old '
privileges
\ now being established throughout the : : age
Honors In 4-H 'WorkWEST world; pensions for the necessities and comforts of beginning'

at the age of sixty.
PALM BEACH, March' 15. 6. "Get down to business" in government. Eliminate all / ,. "

-Ruth Barstow, 1,7-year-old 4-H unnecessary departments, agencies and bureaus., Staff i 12. Decentralize government, eliminating infringement II

club girl of South Bay is joining those considered necessary with competent personnel, es- of States'. rights, repealing restrictions of Constitu- I

the other "21,000 Florida 4-H club I tablishing priority ratings for service men and women. tional rights, now ant posed because of the emergency, as .
girls and boys in planning for greater Reduce 'the vast network of regulations and forms '
I elimi\ soon as possible. rn to the people all rights and free-
food production, and 'conservation f
this year as National 4-H Club nating all war restrictions as soon as possible. doms granted, under the Constitution. ;
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:? Prisoners of WarAcknowledge ed In several barracks and we sang is time for bed ." j spectIve jobs and a more efficient 'ments of each individual job and amore
and thought of home Stalag Luft III is the camp whero approachxto their work in the future I coordinated aspect of the work

Red "Today we exchanged, our little I Lt. Morris Ford' a Clewiston air is the consenus of civilian employeesof to be done in the future arc benefits -.
corps officer, has been interned for, thjs post following a course of': derived by, individuals interviewed -
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gifts then permission, the Senior' '
Cross Xmas Gifts by officers of I the past nine months. instruction in a "Job Methods Institute" -' following the course. Eleven
officers visited the Senior
conducted* here during the I employes of the post were prevto'aslytrained
I other compounds at Stalag Luft III.
: WASHINGTON, D. C., Mar 16- We went to church, then, back for Army Employees Are past Elimination week. ? | I as' Instructors to give the

Batches of cards "of acknowledge- our Christmas Red Cross parcels of excess personnel so (I course.
,. Given Course that it can be utilized to better advantage
),, merit and thanks for the special which were truly wonderful. ,We Special Mrs. Ruby McBride, chief clerk ot ,
Christmas food package, sent to are grateful The German officerin in other departments" of the ,I i: the civilian: personnel section at
civilian work in
American prisoners, of war in Eu- charge has just finished inspect- CAMP BLANDING, March 12 Camp Blanding; I Camp Headquarters? 'who lives at
rope by the American Red Cross for ing all our decorations and now it ,A clearer understanding of their rer clearer conception of the basic ele (Continued on Page\; )

Christmas 1943 to be .
are beginning
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Headquarters here, it was announced f ,

:. },} 'recently.Ten thousand. of these special holiday I r 'JOfJDS OV8R AM88ICA. Iii I' From where, I sit.. .

food packages were packed in )
the New York packaging center by \

r volunteer workers of area Red Cross 'This cupola-capped rnhusker's Pride' s
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itol Lincoln looks V ; ... ;
summer in order that they might at \ 6 '
be shipped abroad in time for distribution put upon one, of our d' r J'I I .
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: ",/' I at Christmas. 'j livestock states. Its == III V \ >l'. You hear, a lot of talk about t *, :
I J. Each' special carton was decorated founders came from the i Jl 1 V tr moan occasional refreshing glass of.
with the traditional 'green, and red I corners of the world -, f' ,, rale these days but have you beer with friends.

$', colors. And in addition to the usual and built a great com g j found many: people who knew From where I sit, U we take '
standard foods the following items monwealth.: exactly what "morale" was? care to
preserve these little
t ,, were included: fruit cake, fruit bars, ,.:': =2:" Well, I'was thumbing through friendly things that boost m*.
candied fruits!;! and nuts, hard candy, my scrap book the other
day, rale, we'll be'doing a lot to help
chocolate, assorted preserves, Christ and I came on this verse I'd like our country in Its time of cxMc.
mas candles, handkerchiefs, and a I to pass on to you ..
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z game or puzzle. The latter items among
r It's the lift ;you get from '
a friendly
our soldiers
:' were supplied by the Junior Red smile". at the front, too. Bo

; V Cross., F, d .-;; In Europe too, Poland, A brand new hat In a Jaunty style.. cause It's these "important little ;
That the packages did reach the \ .. Czechoslovakia, Belgium A letter from home that the post. things" that they look* forward '
T man brie,...
various camps in time to add a little Holland, France, Morale Is a lot of little things. to returning to.
cheer to the holiday season is borne I Norway and other
E countries Isn't it so? Morale is just a lot of
', -'. out by the receipt of the cards now were striving flu "1
for better, more little things. flower in A
coming in from various camps in Germany Keep America Safe; ful days and then peace Austria button hole, a word of.greeting your, c90e i I
A letter has also just been spawned Adolf .tI
received from Colonel Delmar T. Buy War Bonds Hitler. I

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Copyright, 1944, Brewing
Industry Fomdatioa
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t: ficers in Germany. It was of-I r I
toJ" on Christmas day and addressed ._ """ ,'" "' ::..i.r1 .

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i I', "" world," writes Col Spivey, "had as I MESSAGE I :1 I" ..".."...,.. ,'. ....
happy a time as I have had-Song '., ,
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selves. They were extraordinary .
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.""", '1;.. --A l,"", '. },;::c'},_, Meeting in the City of Orlando recently, a group representing 'p ", '

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Millard Caldwell

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I.I I',; ,,\'>:{:.:.,::., )>" :' ,, .. ,: herewith 'presented to the voters of this state for thoughtful.... \ .
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JL WIN THE WAR V JL, REASONABLE TAXATION 1\
: .. /i t. Whole-hearted cooperation of all'the people of the C The adoption of a National tax program that will I ;

United States, in winning this war for personal "* enable private industry to reconvert to peacetime .

'liberty and in preserving the fruits, of, victory. operations, and thereby provide immediate employment l' '
in private industry for those now in the armed services, .
'V e CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT or engaged in war production. !'
V:: '- Candidate for Governor O The return to, and maintenance of, our National !.
tmm Government as created within the framework of the JL. LIMITED FEDERAL :TAXES ,

Will be in Clewiston for ashort Constitution of the United 'States. 7 Limitation upon the taxing power of the National .j
I V Government so as to restore the constitutional
; time Saturday, March 18th 'and J STATES RIGHTS functions of state and local governments.'

wants to meet 'as many citizens as I ,{ Q The preservation of the rights of the States of the.. '
** tUnion ]have been expresINDIVIDUAL INITIATIVE ,
V V possible to discuss his program for I except where such rights K
S sly,delegated to the Federal Government by the Consti- 8 Individual initiative and self-reliance in agriculture,
ti Florida x V r tution of the United States;; and. the abolition "of > industry and in the professions. The American .
Federal grants when predicated. upon Federal control! tradition of. individual freedom and responsibility must
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JL. SOUTHERN TRADITION trends which might promise temporary security.
,; : (Paid Political Adv.) I.
I A The recognition of the inherent right of the people '
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,;;' ,,,,- .... people of other sections or fhe United States to the 9 That the Government of the United States should .:
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FREEDOM F.ROMTEAR AND COMPULSION' ,

1 1i P V *. 5. Th 'rJght of individual free enterprise in labor and JL TEACH CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT
i .. ,' management without fear of Government reprisal; 10 The introduction into the state educational system
Do want \ and the right to work-without being compelled to pay .. of an intensive course of instruction on the fundamentals

you tribute to any' man or organization. -. of'constitutional government.

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a job like this 1 ;

Tear Out-Sign and Mail.to '" '"
For the purpose of widely publicizing these principles v
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Want a job-where every hour I and $o encourage ,statewide consideration and Florida Voters for Constitutional Government ,
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you work is. an hour that helps ; discussion of the vital issues with which they deal, it Orlando, Florida I
win the ? 423 S. Orange Ave F. O. :Box 2409
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Want a job that gives you a .
ON chance to increase <'.:, Gentlemen: I expect to register and vote in the coming cI ns and
skill .
your or .
the Florida Voters for Constitufully approve the Declaration of : uy yourorganization
?. learn a new one? A job that name: Prnipleshyassetrtfort.L '
and wish to assist in '
gives you new' experience, new. tional Government, B. D Keene, Winter Garden, 'was' ( '

friends? is remittance of ..... ti
Enclosed herewith $
named President John D. Clark Waverly 1st Vice Y ----- -- ---- -----
Then join thoromen's Army ; : :

, '? .., Corps and take over a vital job I. President; Dr. Meredith Mallory, Orlando, 2nd Vice _.______.'__._..__.._._____.._.___...__._.__:as my contributions'toward'' '
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: For full details about the LyleOrlando ,
WAC, apply at S. Treasurer. Signed _. ._ .. _:_. ... __L-
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25, D. C. (Women in essential I V organization support or Address ___._______ _._.;.
war-industry must have release oppose any specific candidate for public office, State .

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I jor, consider the job training coursea : struction of Wainright's 33rd Lib- .;..:..:..:0---. :..:..:":":..:..:..:..:..:. i
Army Employees- : from the Lukens Y
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Classes, attended by approximately .
3745 Perry St., Jacksonville, declared I I ..
: After taking the course: I I 200 civilian and military super- .
realized that two clerks under i my visors on this jost were conducted in l I I GOLF COURSE t_
'..supervision could be dispensed with accordance with a job methods program 1 Look to TheFuture .
and transferred to other work where developed by the War Manpower I ::: I ..
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ielp was greatly needed. The course Commission to use war Indus-. X
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"ialso gave mea clearer conception try and government personnel more .:. l.
-of: my. own. *;5ti than I ever had be(01p..fI economically. Y Y I. i

Mrs. Sadie Avant, a resident of .... V h.i.
Church DestroyedBy .. .
Green Cove Springs, who directs the .), ,
Camp Message: Center, said: "Les- Fire At FeldaA : Ideal Weather for Your ) :
sons I learned during the job train- After The War v :
lug course taught me how to elim- : Favorite Exercise :_
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work in my woods fire which spread
inate much unnecessary
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department and how to combine control last Thursday at Felda de- I x ,
'duties formerly divided between stroyed the Primitive Baptist .( .
several employes." I chinch, several sheds and a lumber Build A HomeIt II I::: NM:..:..:.:NN:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:.. :.t:.

Master Sgt. Andrew D. Hockaday, pile at the old Jones-McDaniel mill. I.h:. '"!. ..
'St. Petersburg, Camp Sergeant Ma- Nearly every person in the settle : ," 't.
jor, declared: "To me, the most im- ment joined in fighting the blaze Will Pay You To :: .. .>.'t Good Greens ::
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basic principles of approaching any I. ers were several homes in the pathof Buy Your Lots :::. >:;,',. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ....' -, -- :.:}:
job that hag to be done. They are the fire saved: Workers finally .;. : i '
--break down the job into tis com- ,succeeded in beating out the flames. ,: ., :
'pone t parts; analyze the job; institute .. NOWCLEWISTON -: .
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a new and more effective ;i; ;

method, and fourth, put it into use. ,I Give to the Red Cross I ::' :
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on the tractor are. partar Oil ,man is also a fight-

ners -fighting partners in ,ing partner. He is helping

this 'war' for Freedom! We the Southern.farmer keep his

''on the home front must furtrucks, tractors. and. machinTiish -
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year's record total), to supply on farm machinery mainte-

our boys with what they need nance and making dependablefor

Victory. fuels and'lubricants available

i With farm labor short, everywhere.every .

piece of farm machin- Always anxious to serve,

'ery must be kept in the fields your Standard Oil man can ,

working, in fighting-trim,and certainly render you extra j

not in the shed for repairs., service now. Ask him for a I rf Jry

.Rust, dirt and wear free copy of his 64- I tya7.lj rZ
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'I '. Through the tangled barbs of enemy' Giving to Red Cross'has always been ,

f March 31 1944 J.=: :' prison camps-over sea and jungle to a proud habit of millions of American* t
,. battle-weary, lonesome ,men on every families-and this year you will want : '

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I BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIESMrs. the services. Mr. Dennis Small, of i I: make h and
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Give to the Red Cross
t LaBelle president of the Florida I|
J. W. Ezelle was hostess to Baptist Brotherhood organization,' tion. Write Glades Coy

: : [ Personals J' I members of her bridge club Wednesday will lead the singing. Make your

: afternoon. Mrs. G. B. Thomas plans to attend every service. 1\Iorn-1 ROWBOAT Worth unty Democrat, Moore.

'/ : !won a bath set as first prize and I ing services' 9.:zSO to 10:30.' Even '' $40 will sell for $10. See I Haven. .
Mrs. Gene ,Wilson won cut prize I ing services 8:00 p. m., I I .

J Miss Margaret Bell was a weekend and received silver earbobs.A I 1 i McCravy Parkinson's. 4. .)
, fruit salad course was servedby CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY: I'
1 visitor in Miami. ; A ;
, : the hostess, to Mrs. Thomas Mrs.; I CHURCH; itp.1 subscription to The :
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R. Hall, Mrs. SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1914! ,:
; in West Palm Beach Monday. J&hnson, Mrs. H. D.I I I .- ,
':t' >.'-' -- 1 G. Alston; 1Irs.V.. H. Lanier: Sunday; School 9:45: 'a. m., Dr. C. I; Are your salvaged fats surest method of receiving ,
I II iE. Gericke, superintendent. Classes I
M. I
d Judge and Mrs. R. Mk Harris and Mrs. R. Bishop. { '

',';1:: daughter, of LaBelle were visitors The evening bridge' club met ;j j for all ages.Morning ..Worship. 11:00- a. m. A I i bombing Berlin these I) your paper each. :

,.r ... in Clewiston Monday.Mrs. I, Wednesday of this week with Mrs. j ji ,nursery for small children is con ', days? The Band Bmarket week. $2.50 per year. /

: i foy Durrence as hostess. Mrs. Dur- ducted by the Mothers' Club at the
: R. A. Swanson of Miami is : will I
Patrick's for help
,rcnce used a St. theme j Community Center. you "
.),J,t., spending several days 'in Clewiston the party. First prize, a cigarette |! "'VithVhat Measure"' is t t; REWARD for ofchild's '
thetheme return '
"$ fats
Mrs. Granere Jr. change into
visiting R. C. : 'your
. set went to lrsV.. C. Woodward, '! of the minlste,;'s sermon.

(4' / Mrs.. Gertrude" -.-Hand spent the Joe and second M. Hall.A a. set of Hi-Jacks to Mrs. You are cordially invited to wor- I plosives. 1 x-'I gold-frame glasses .., .'

i ship with us.EPISCOPAL. "
(L,' ,week-end in LaBelfe, visiting her} I congealed fruit salad with i j i __ i i I or black life-time: :
daughter Mrs. L. M. Jennings. ,
wafers and tea was served to Mrs: f
SEIIVICES-MISSION, '
.". 2 meat points given for Shaeffer fountain :1'
George Crow, MrsC.. L. McLe'ndon, OF ST. JOHN pen.
,, ," Mrs Essie Moorman of Macon, Mrs: R. C. Nowling, Mrs. A.V.. I i j of 'I' A. H. King. 1 It. ;
t. pound waste A
Ga., is the guest of her daughterinlaw Lawrence, Mrs. Curtis Thompson I j There will be Episcopal every ..'

Mrs. A. L. Moorman. Mrs. R. M. Hare Jr., Mrs. Hall and i in the Community Church serviccs'l fat. It's valuable peace.] -- ''.-
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'J i
Mrs Woodward. iI Sunday. March 19th with
F F'. : Miss Mary Lou Lund is' leaving I i iI Sydney David Mason in ; and war material. Don't} FOR SALE =- '4-burner
,
:; for Erie, Penn. after6h
Saturday '
ELSIE ANDERSON HAS I 3
Lenten services will be conducted Nesco Oil Stove built in.
,i.:. : spending a few months here nursing PARTY WEDNESDAYElsie Mason waste it.-B and M mar J ,
f ,;: 'at the local hospital. I by Fathers; on Thursday even
-' I Good condition
. ket. 1 11. oven. .-
I ing.On
.
Anderson celebrated her
:', Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence and' the following Sunday, March
'..5.. :: ." daughter, ,Bonnie Fay, were guestsof ]i I fifth birthday with a party given by II 26th, there will be no Episcopal Call at TTT warehouseor ,:

:,: Mr. and Mrs. Donnie O. Durrence I" her mother Mrs., O. A. Anderson, at.,services held ,in Clewiston. WANTED-Small out phone 1 143 Clewis-
',' in Fort Myers for the week-end. their home Wednesday afternoon. j ,

''f; i. __ The youngsters enjoyed games on I THE SCOUTING WORLD. board motor. State price, ton. 1 tp
'
the afternoon. Mrs. :
: the lawn during ;
:
: Mr. and Mrs. Fred McKenzie of
1 ':: Pine Bluff, ,Ark., spent the weekend I Anderson, assisted by Mrs. Jack i (By Scout Stanley Wright) ..

': ;r' in Clewiston visiting Mrs. Ruth Morris served birthday and Mrs.cake R. H.and Crawford ice cream,,'!| The Boy Scouts of Clewiston have :..':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":":":'.:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":"r :":":"
n ? B. Owens.Mr. 30 boys registered and would like .
: fc
,.,\ to the little guests. [to have more. Friday we will havea :.. \, .

;' and Mrs. James Harris anal Those attending were Shirley i court of, honor. The boys going :: Be Dn Hand i -

.: r children spent the week-end in La- Marshall, Wanda Bembry, Patsy I up for merit badges for music are :t:

1 ;c::' 1 'Belle visiting, Mrs. Turner's parents, Elder Charlotte Kruger, Sandra Charles Benbow and Stanley Wright. .b. f ,

I x'. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turner. i Cochran, Mary Jean and Wayne' I Herbert Walston is going up for :: Find Out What Happens When }
, i I and t
Curtiner,
King, Judy Beverly second class and Fred Young for

,J ;, Mrs. Ella Carson, Mrs. Jim Cook, I Ronnie Egley, Gene and Bernie first, class. y. I h
Windsor I Ii
Thompson, Jackie Morris, I
,_ '.." Mrs. W. H. Saxton, Mrs. W. F. Bunn Our officers are Junior Assistant
. i Meador, Gene ,Anderson and Billy ; Aunt Abby Answers An Ad f
_ Mrs. Gertrude Courley and Mrs. M. I Scoutmaster Sammy Young; Senior

',,1 i ., G. Flowers of LaBelle were: Clewis-. I I.Phillippi. ,....-. I'I'I. Patrol Leaders Raymond Trice and i II I
; ton visitors Monday. Frank Conkling.! Scribe is Ed-
'" GARDEN CLUB TO MEET I ward Conkling and Journalist is =
5 --' I I :> MARCH 31, 1944 :
: Stanley Wright. Patrol leaders are, t* d:.
'' Mrs. Louis' Mary
;, \Vethington.1\1r.s. : 1 '* ..
:\: I Garden Club members are reminded Clifford of the Panther Pa- i .- A,
Beatty
Small Miss Renee Wethington and ... .......V4VA. * %V%* %%.%A V%%.V.V.V.* V.* W* *.. V.V.V. ...
..>I ,_ Miss ,Gladys Jackson spent_ the I to' bring for display at the ;i trol; Emory Campbell of the Flying :*,*, VW:*VV* WV %>v"V "*%%*%%*% :*%*%% %*%*%**.*V*:**:**:**; :*:**:*VV'

,; week-end in Miami. They visited next meeting, Thursday, March 23, I Eagles, Charles Benbow of the Cobra
item of fruit, vegetable or Patrol and Randall Chastain the
;. -" Private Louise Wethiugton who is some of -
stationed in Miami Beach. I home-canned food which they have. j Lions. A. H.. King .is scoutmasterand ELECT '.'
r produced this year. The meeting V. C. Woodward is assistant ;;
t ----- I I'i f l will be held in the Community I Scoutmaster. I
+ Mrs. J. H. McDuffie and Misses H. H. ( Mack) McCALLYour
Center at 3 o'clock., !
During the war bond drive members' -
l ", Gloria and Betty McDuffie spent i ii
.r the week-end with relatives in of the Clewiston troop won Next
: MEET I
r Sycamore Ga. They went especially i P.-T. A. TO I II third and fourth place; Charles Ben-

bow made the third place and Stanjley
; to visit with a soldier, brother of SHERIFF
'; The March meeting of the Parent-I
!' Mrs. McDuffie who is at home after I Wrigh't. fourth. .
,
>l I Teacher, Association will be--held in I'
' ... 7*r. '*- t tI _
; ''1.;. serving overseas. the school, auclito'fium: Tu'esda"yv'everihling -* "- -TheClewiston troop' has- an air

J ;'' ,,_ _..... ,_ I March 21st, at 815.' The an- scout patrol and is organizing a sea I

I' :i.', Sammy' Luke, of Camp Bowie, nual election of officers will take scout patrol. When enough boysi I /'\ -
': :' Texas, is spending' today here with I 1 I place. are in, they will branch off into I :

j :" .: his sister, Mrs. J. H. McDuffie and i I _. ---- regular squadron" and ship.' !

2E: family. He has served for ,'a.,year in MRS. EZELLE IS NEW ...-:-- J

if,,,:' .the Aleutians at Kiska and Adak !!i PRESIDENT OF MOTHERS' CLUB i iI' Partial Returns j i r Qualified by years I
:
. 't.' :, and was recently transferred hack I I < .
'
'; -:; : to the states He is in the Army I ,
I
I 1 Mrs. J. W. Ezelle was elected to
Continued of
( from 1) experience'
' ', :',: medical corps. page as a
succeed Mrs. Carl Johnson as president -
.
: I I r.
,
./. of the Mothers Club of the is somewhere overseas. righting your
: _' Mrs. Ruth ,13.. Owens and her son I Community Church 'at the regular I war for you? !j J law enforcement of-

f Charles B. Owens had several members meeting which took place Monday I '.Of course you would! Of course I r /!

of their ,family as guests for the evening at the Community Center. j if you were on the. spot and could I i ficer.

!, week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Mrs. Curtis. Thompson was do these things; you would do them I qi X
k Owens and sons Tommy and Jimmy secretary and ,will succeed 1\ elected"j instantly. I : %

of Tampa were there. Dr. and |(Durrence. "But you are here and they are i
Mrs. A. Ray Wiley of Tulsa Okia-.i The new officers.will assume their there. .
homa, uncle and aunt of Charles !'duties at the next, April, meeting: .I "The answer to it all is the I : Your vote and sup-

and Thomas 'Owens, and Mrs. F. M. I: Mrs. Johnson. appointed a committee Cross. They will act as your "

-Houghton, Mr. ,and Mi-s. M. O. consisting of Mrs. D. C. Hancock and do all of these and S. ned'j ,. '% i: yxx }< port will be appreciated. >!
!:. Houghton and daughter, Shirley, of I Mrs. Gideon H. Brown and I more things that you would ;
-
Lake. Worth were also guests at the Mrs. M. H, Stroud to plan: the annual do, and never waste a thin dime ofj! I. y; '

Owens home. Mrs. F. M. Houghton Easter egg hunt and party for your money in doing it. I .
I
", is a sister of 1Irs.Viley.. the children of the Cradle Roll and I. the ,
/ "The Red Cross has one of '
-'- -- I pre-school age children of, the Sunday i attributes of Deity in, that it ,is I : ," .'- "
MRS. SWANSON IS HONOR { ," School. The date of the party I| everywhere. A few dollars placed ,
'1
GUEST AT PARTY TUESDAY, will be announced later. !
,
I II '
i
I i' in their hands will do kindly deeds :
Each mother is requested ,
t' I to bring for all our force's in this world flung (Paid Political Advertisement.) i '
Mrs. \V. Dean King: entertainedat a toy to the Baster party to be used j II' .. ....,,,.. .. .....
I war. 1rI':' "r:1l'o."i:: :" !:''''-'I..r'Yi: ''=' ''f'i:=Jp.:: '' i.i "m-t.j J .J.b-;= ; :; '<
her home Tuesday evening with 'fast the nursery hour conducted dur- ,'. "When an angel of mercy is need-I

; a dinner party complimenting Sirs. I' ing church services by the Club. An :; ed the Red Cross is on the job. This .# =. :' ""'... =. .,..''I'=.!I. L. a."".. -':"-"" .,. ;-TT'.. .n'. -n .;.;,.,:: -, ;, "':' .1
R. A. Swanson Miami, who is the Easter box will be_sent to the Chil-I .organization is 'an instrument in
house guest of Mrs R. C. Granere. i dren's Home at Benson Springs for I II iI God's hand to do the blessed work I
N; The guests enjoyed an evening of I the _girl sponsored by the Club. !1 \
you, would like to do for the wounded BEGINNING. MARCH 26TH
Michigan after The hostesses Mrs. C. E. Gericke'
dinner and prizes { the lonesome, the ,suffering men
were won by Mrs P. Deane Duff II and Mrs. L. M. Weetman, presented i who are oing'your job for civiliza- ,

and Mrs. M. M. Driver. Mrs.Swan- I,corsages to the retiring president{ tion." .
son received and to the newly elected president. I II I
a guest "prize. I } ,
J After reading hat wouldn't you J. Wo Jelksformer
Those enjoying Mrs. King's hospitality -j I Delicious strawberry shortcake' and' like to make ANOTHER contribution -I

i were Mrs. Swanson, ...Mrs. \coffee were served at the refresh-! to the Red Cross?
H. R. Hall Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. I I invent hour. .
,k W. C. Owen, Mrs. A. 0. Ward, Mrs. | The program. at the meeting was I II I pastor of 1 1st Baptist Church \

; H. P. Hardin, Mrs. M. M. Driver, j a discussion of the effect of nervous!' I W. F. Therkildson, .1

Miss Lois Prince and Mrs. R. C. j j tension on the home life and es-,' Lakeland Florida .
,
Granere. I pecially on the chilrden In the home. (Continued from Page 1.) j jI

I The, discussion was based on articles I \
BAPTIST CLASS PAnTY !till Parents magazine. Mrs. Foy I later decided to make this his homo. ..

43 AT nHOADEHICIHO IE : Durrence conducted .the devotional There' is probably no'one person who will conduct
+ I
ws knows more about the various nat-

rP FIRST BAPTIST ural of.the state and the
The Ladies Class of the First Baptist CHURCH resources
;: Church met at the home of Mrs. H. C. Meador, l'aslorSundaySchool9:45 development in every county than RevivJ Services

: W. R. Broaderick at Sugarland Park : --- ,,Therkildson did.
Monday night for the Regular monthly a. m.. The deceased is survived by his
business? and social meeting. Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. I'widow, Mrs. Helen Therkildson; I f

The devotion, "Take Training Union-6:15: p. m. two sons, Earl Therkildson, Homestead at
>:.'' for tomorrow," no thought I Evening Worship:30 p.' m. and :",-V. Frank Therkildson, I \
Broaderick. was given by Mrs. j' Special Announcement Beginning Williamstown, N. J., and one daughter i
session After a short business | Sunday, March 26, the time of l Mrs. Albert Rankin, London. \ First -Church.
games were
played ,
and a social -
hour enjoyed. the evening services will change. Ohio. Five sisters also survive.Johnson's ,
Then training union will meet at III II I :
Refreshments of buns, cakes and 6:45 CLEWISTON
: instead
K p. m. of 6:15 p. m.
iced tea were I -
served to Mrs. Fred The evening preaching service will
1' Dunaway, Mrs. M. T. Hood Mrs. begin at 8:00m.. instead of 7:30 I
Leon Beinbry Mrs. Fish CampNear II I
,
'
A. G. Twiddy, p. m. Please note the ,change and
a Mrs. George Waldron, Mrs Gordon tell your friends. ( Ihll'ricaneGuto) {: Morning, and Evening Services, ,
Bembry Mrs. E. F. Phillippi, Mrs. Our Revival-We say "Our" be- Clowisto'n Fin.

Blanche Mitchell, i EASTERIII ,
Mrs H. C. Meador jr. DALLY UNTIL:
1 Mrs. L. I lot the whole community. Rev. J. Rates Reasonable I [
Tanner, Mrs. Winifred Serscn and I W. Jelks, well known evangelistic "'. II. Jol .son. ':Mcrr. I!
Airs. E. E. Kelly. singer and ___ .
preacher, will 'conduct. .
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Cockney and His Friend .::-- : f 'fZ !lt.:

B L CK ,. ftS'c N Gems of Thought
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Were Agreed Upon 'OwlA J1A "< '

\\/"E DEEM those happy who,

Cockney and his American ri. l SOMBRERO from the experience of life,

friend ,were walking down the /} have learned to bear its ills .

tright.street of An an owl American set up his town ancient one I I .+ 1jq CLIFFORD KNIGHT .;:; ':i.E them.without-Juvenal.Hope being overcome by

"W-h-o, w-h-o, w-h-o." Elsa Chattleld, Hollywood artist Is cut somewhat puzzled. "I put it on at on the rancho. I found it, when I like the glimmering

The Cockney, startled, asked of 'off from the will of her Aunt Kitty, who dusk." wanted. whip, on the rack outside taper's light, adorns and cheersour
died from an overdose of morphine. Hunt "Then cannot be the one," where "
his friend: "What is that? you the hats hang. way; and still, as darker
professional sleuth, and Barry
"Why, it's an owl," answered Rogers Madison, an amateur detective, go to said Lombardo. "Ah, so?" Lombardo turned thequirt grows the night, emits a brighter -

the American casually."Oh Mazatlan, Mexico, to solve what they Lombardo turned to Alvarez and about in his hands, examining ray.Goldsmith.Joy .

it's an 'owl, then, is it?" believe to be Kitty Chatneld'i murder.On said in Spanish, "Fetch the_ sombrero it. It interested Lombardo who studied comes and goes, hope ebbs and

said the Cockney, disdainfully. arrival they find that Elsa's party from the room, please. He it for a moment. Finally and flows,
'owl." bad preceded them by plane. During a turned back to Rumble. "In a mo- without releasing his hold he held it Like the ivaie.

"So, it's" an ''American fiesta at Sam Chatfield's ranch (Sam. Is ment, Senor Rumble, I will show you out toward Pedro. "Is this the Change doth unknit the tranquil

"Yes, replied" the Elsa's father) Rogers questions the the sombrero I speak of." Alvarez whip you saw, Pedro?" strength of mCrl.Arnold.A .
"it's owl. about the death of Sam's sister.
an guests returned promptly with the black The day, an hour of virtuous
"Well," growled the impatient All have a motive. They go to the court- pulque man took one quick, ,
Cockney, "I know it's an 'owl full yard and while watching the dancing felt sombrero. fascinated: glance, then looked away. liberty is worth whole eter-

well. But who the devil is it Maria announces the death of James "Do you recognize the sombrero, "I do not know, sir; there was a nity of bondage.-Joseph Addi-
Chesebro. The Mexican _police arrive senor?" Lombardo inquired, holdingit whip in the hand." son. "-*+'
'owling? and examine the body. Death was the
out to Rumble.
"Come; the gentlemen, please;
result of a, knife thrust.CHAPTER '
"Sure. hat. A while
It's
my ago the ladies, no. Follow me." Lom-
when I was out that way I missed it." bardo
spoke quickly. He led the way
DIOr NE"QUlrJTS"I X Rogers answered. "We found it in t toward the somber room where the i5tITEN

Coughing the room where Chesebro was m'ur- body of Chesebro still lay in its huge ., 1s r TANNED

I "Why, ,then, did the others push dered." mound within the dim pool of can- DARK (IN

CAST COLDS you forward as if you knew some- A curious expression came over dlelight. ;i:ti;. akin LlghteneWnneddarlhloteh, externally cause-:!, this)
thing?" Rumble's face; the dark eyes easy, quick-acting way. Vta
"Where
I, RUBBING ON were you when you saw Dr. FRED Palmer's Skis
l. "I go over the house seeking my : seemed to grow darker.As the man enter the room?" Lom- : WhitenerT days as directed.Ifnotaatisfted.MoncyBack...

t pay; they do not have the money in he stood there before us the bardo demanded. <' 2oe ot drwfpsU. Free Sam-

the kitchen, sir. It is for this reason chief of police conceived an idea; it "I '_'i Dcpt.ple.Send3epoetage.Galenol.T.Box 2C4.Atlanta.Ga. ..
here sir
am he answered
,
,
DR. FRED PALMER'S
f they push me forward. in
was first observable a narrowingof
pointing with
about a trembling finger toa SKIN WHITENER
"So were wandering his dark cocking1ifl
you
large eyes, a tall
piece of furniture the
against
said Lombardo.
the house, then?
Expanded Pupils _I wall. "I hear the man coming, and
After an hour in the dark, a "What did you see? sir I[ feel I have trespassed where I Discharged Men
' "I am walking in a place, Since December 1 1941 the
: person, in attempting to see objects should not go. So I conceal my- ,
,' may cause the pupils of his which Maria tells me is the passage-the self there and wait for him to pass." army and navy have dischargedabout
that leads to the room where
:. eyes to expand to 120 times the way murdered. There I "Very well, Pedro; you stand 750,000 men, fewer than
' fully contracted size produced by gentleman was which there now, and one of the gentlemenwill 11,000 of whom were released be-
see a man enter a door, sir,
cause of injuries received in battle.Merchant .
bright sunlight. put on the sombrero and
ForI carry
" must be the door to the room. .
have described it well to Maria, the whip and walk past you."

sir." "I did not see the face, sir; I see, IUee.P t.ormtedM

jj., "Who was the man, Pedro?" only the back," the pulque man reminded c "

SNAPPY FACTSABOUT '"That I do not know, sir." him as he took his station. @ L-

(t. "Was he wearing a sombrero?" "Now, which of you will be the AIR IONIC @j

: "Yes, sir." first?" Lombardo asked, ignoringthe r .1

"What kind?" man's remark.
RUBBER
i-; :' "It was large and black. I thinkit Reed Barton stepped forward, still Marine AcademyThe

t:', 4 was of felt. The head and shoul- dressed in the costume of the Charro army has West Point; the 6

ders were in shadows, sir, but in t except for his own sombrero navy has Annapolis; and now the

J. the hand he carried a whip." which he had left among the otherson merchant marine, too, has its own

"Was he Mexican or American, the rack near the front door. academy at King's Point, N. Y.

. More than 25 American automotive Pedro?" "Ah, so? Thank' you, sir." Lom- I

companies are making bardo him Rumble's hat which
I "Sir I do not know. gave ,

\, !I States military soldiers vehicles and for our United Allies "What, kind of a whip did he Reed set atop his head, greatly in- For ONLY 1O/Now

;,.. : -and they have first call on have? You said he carried a whip." creasing the height of his tall figure. {.

i I tires and other rubber items. "It was about so long, sir,", and : "Now the whip," said Lombardo, Less than

Pedro's thin brown hands measureda and that was given him. "And now,

'. I Fortythousandadditionclmileshavebeen in air about eighteen inchesin Pedro, the gentleman comes from
obtained from Individual tires space .I ) ,j
"It I think what this direction and walks to the door, liC6Fpf
length. was, ,
opens.it and enters, is.it not so?
call sir. ,
of fire-saving campaign In force you a quirt, "
"Yes sir.
there since rubber became scarce. "A quirt; so?" Lombardo turnedto ,
No tricks-Just plain tire care and look meaningly at Alvarez, his Reed withdrew and began slow
M recapping the time. but steady walk down the dim pas- f.
at right eyebrows arched, his lips parted i''' dose
a
to the door behind which ,
sageway ,
-; electric slightly. He turned back to the f Use Only directed.
: An 87S-pound magnet lay the body of the murdered man.I as
electric truck pulque man. "Do you see amongus
attached
t -, to an o
drew back against the wall beside c.
"sweeps" the floors of a mu- Pedro, such a man as you have
Rogers whose body was crowded [
nitions factory of steel litter described? I warn you to be very .
close against mine. I felt a tense-
: and serves the double pur- careful; these are gentlemen." ,
ness in his muscles and realized
of salvaging metal and
pose Pedro's little to .
sharp eyes, my
with what extraordinary alertnesshis
./ preventing tire punctures. alarm, were suddenly upo'n me; he &\ eyes followed the tall figure of That'll Do It

CJ"LL/A1 inspected me carefully, then shiftedto \ Reed Barton as he re-enacted the "Your son says he doesn't wantto
r Sam Chatfield who sat besideme. "
"But what do you know about the dread prologue to the death of get married.

'.. Finally he quitted our host'sshort I death of the gentleman in the big Chesebro. Slowly, inevitably, he ap "Yeah? Just wait until the
:
and moved to Huntoon "
it.;,, figure I room?" proached the door to the room. Rog- wrong girl comes along. / .;
He dismissed him with
Rogers. a
.
ers had become so intent upon this i
glance, then came back to me, as of his round head. He summoned re-enactment that he was drawn a :
if some doubt lingered in his mind."I Alvarez with a lift of his chin and IRRITATIONS OF
after him the SE/-BEVJI
few steps studying CAUSE
did not see the face, sir,"Pedro said in Spanish, "The pulque man figure, his every action and move- EXTERNAL ,"
.
reminded Lombardo. who is called Pedro: bring him hereat Acno pimples, eczema, factory dermatitis -
As Reed touched the door-
ment. ,simple tetter, salt rheum, <
ringworm
B.Foodrith. Huntoon Rogers spoke for the first once, Luis. knob, when we all were intent upon ,bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken- ,
time. "It is impossible, Senor Lom ,Alvarez soon returned, clutchingthe this last act before we should turnto out skin. Millions relieve itching. burning t

bardo. Senor Madison was with me frightened Pedro by a thin arm. demand of the pulque man his and soreness of these miseries with
when Maria with the of "It is lucky for you, Pedro, that simple home treatment. Goes to work at
came news sudden
verdict, there was a rustling onco. Aids healing, works tho antiseptic;
S 'elt1 the murder." you are still here, began Lombardo. sound behind us. It was followedby way. Use Black'and White Ointment onlyas

to' iar. TSMiftKj'i "And all of the evening, senor?" "I have more questions to- ask a rapid shuffle of feet in loose directed. lOc 25c, 50c sues. 25 years Vitalin *
"
Money-back guarantee.
I answered the question. "No," you. guaraches, and before our aston- BUCCCSS.cleansing is good; soap. Enjoy famous -
I said. "But the remainder of the "I am here, sir, replied the man, ished gaze as we turned, Pedro, the Black and White Skin Soap daily. I

time I was with either Senor Rum- "because I have not yet"receivedthe pulque man, was running away as

ble, or Senorita Chatfield." money for my pulque. fast as his thin legs could carry him. ,,
.
/" V
(
frank / "
"Yes, of course," said Lombardo. Lombardo ignored the state- Nor did we find him later that ; ?

: "_ Early Stained Glass "Pedro is wrong." He waved the ment, and requested the man to night! after the police had taken their .:,BfUPF, .. :O.,. IN, 'J4-NAM, .!. ,H*
"
"
The first stained in America '" "
glass look about him. "Here are other exhausted
pulque man away abruptly, saying departure, their questions -
r; was made by Evert Duychinckof sternly, "It is enough, Pedro; you persons, Pedro," he directed. "Look their plan of re-enactment of the

Holland, on Long Island in 1635.MEXSANA1. are mistaken about this man." He closely, and tell me if any of these murder scene abruptly ended by the

pointed to me'. "Do not make any others is the man you saw wearing departure of Pedro, although, directed
the sombrero and carrying the whip.
more mistakes. by Sam Chatfield, we searched
"
"Yes, sir," replied Pedro, spring- Make no mistakes. diligently. There was an old moon.

; ing up from the chair and vanish- Pedro did as he was bidden, but The others at last had scattered.

ing in the shadows near the door. shyly and with evident embarrass- Only Huntoon Rogers and I lingeredin

ment. Dwight Nichols stood up the the patio. ,
"The quirt, Lombardo said, "I
do not understand. Was it the pur- better to be viewed, and he pulled "What do you make of it, Hunt?"

Italy's Size pose to whip the victim and then George Rumble by the sleeve to I inquired, meaning the night's tragic -

kill, him? The lashes on' the face, line him up alongside himself and happening and the comic opera
Modern Italy has an area only Reed Barton."I exit of star witness. He
Miguel, were they made so recently the was CHARLES ANN fmeans"ofgreatstrength"
slightly greater than that of the ?" he turned to Doctor Cruz. see only the back, sir; I do slow to reply. At last he said: means "pace"iYou'11

state of Nevada. not see the face," he repeated. "Did you see the whip at any
"They were made much earlier,
Otilio." Lombardo was patient. He pickedup time during Reed's walk down the
,' Rumble's black sombrero froma dim passageway? He carried it in ; be surprised at the meanings ofV
'
"How did he get them? Did the some of your friends' names. Have fun
DON'T'LET chair where it rested and held it his hand, you know.
one who gave them ''to him return looking them up in "WHAT'S IN Al
:: "Is this the sombrerothe "I him take the NAME?" the cartoonillustratedbook
CONSTIPATION[ out to Pedro. saw whip. new ;
and this time kill him with knife?
a
that everybody's talking about.
man wore? he asked. "Does that not strike you as interesting -
SLOW YOU UP No one answered the questions."Is ?" The Ethyl Corporation would like to( 1
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there anyone else among the Pedro put his hands behind him send you this fascinating booklet free because -\
,, 4. When bowels are sluggish and you servants whom you wish to inter- and shook his head. "I saw only the "It means much, I think; it ex I we think it will help you to remember I
feel irritable, headachy, do as millions monotonously. plains what has happened. In the'' our name and what it means:
sir he repeated -
rogate? inquired back, ,
host.
{do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem our
"ETHYL is trade mark It stands-
( kitchen when Pedro described the a name. .
J chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew "No, sir, I am interested now in for antiknock fluid made only by
FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed, other things." Lombardo had an idea. "We'will appearanqe of Chesebro's murderer, the Ethyl Corporation. Our war -;
taking only in accordance with package he put the whip in his hand. Pedro e'
"Come this way, then," said Sam go to the place where you saw the job is manufacturing this fluid for
directions- sleep without being dis "
he announced. "The took his stand at the spot where he improving fighting gasoline. ','
turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough Chatfield, leading us from the kitch- man, Pedro, -
observed :::::::
will the says he the death march, '1
relief, helping you feel swell again Try gentlemen in _turn put .on
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy en."I think sombrero, and carry the whip, and so to speak. But the whip is not
began Sam
arJJ conomical.A Chatfield I carried !:AkL'K COLOR-ILLUS
generous family supply hesitantly, "that Senor Lombardohas you will say which, if any, looks visible quietly at the' side.
costs only like the saw. Where is the : "Therefore, Barry, it is simple to GIVES MEANINGS /
'a few questions to ask." man you OF OVER 900 MEN'SAND lnurst z
F EEIFi''INT reason
that Pedro either lied when he
whip?
"Only a very few; ladies and gen- WOMEN'S NAMES. tIUSTSENDCOUPONNO
tlemen," Lombardo said, bowing "There's a whip there on the table said the man carried a whip, or he i

courteously."The under my hat," Elsa remarked saw him elsewhere in the house at MONEY-NO OBLIGATION ra !

Senorita," and hiseyes casually. "One I've carried with a time and place" where the whip was OF ANY SORT. a .? I

sought out Elsa in the me riding." She indicated a table plainly visible. I
SAVE YOUR SCRAP "if background, against the wall near the door. Al- We sat together in the patio turn- I "WHAT'S IN A NAME 1 1,
I please I wish
to ask
of
may ; Dept.NU3Box 63,New York 8,N.Y.
went to the table and brought ing over the possibilities that lay l
her varez
;" TO HELP GAIN a question. Please send me a free copy of"What'ata it
"A thousand pardons, senorita," back a quirt I recognized as the one close to the fact, the corollariesthat a Name?!.*"" 4I
Elsa had used that morning in her, might flow from it. Did Pedro,
began Lombardo, yielding to an obvious I II
JICTORYOld .
Name.-- :
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attack Chesebro. Lom- secret of I ''
embarrassment that swept savage upon. '(PLEAepalm) --1
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over him. "I ask the question Have bardo took it. that other murder far to the north of I I

Y/ METAL, RAGS, you worn the costume of the: China "Yours?" he asked, gesturing to- us in California and distant now jj I Addt ::: ................. :1 V Vtd

RUBBER and PAPER Poblana all evening?" ward Elsa. time by more than a year?. Ii I "I
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.'. Help Fight i quiz with answers offering


::,,. ;;. I used myse.lf'to think out In Frigid Arctic Areas i IS II(J Til E'R II information on various'subjects ?? S


i And :tJl my worries n.n, rv.n- -_ ,

'"" The Questions 7. The German ':
v iT.nd. sri-veil ,w.aT' ?' -. 7 '.. long range gun ;;
: 'r1------- 1. The inscription on the Liberty "Big Bertha" shelled Paris during ,:-1;
But now witKa.il Bell, "Proclaim liberty throughout World War I at a range of i'

::j tKese wfc.r.s I see. all the land," was taken from how many miles? "

where? 8. The city of Istanbul, Turkey, -... .
I I just dorvt tterfter
nv 2. The territory of China is how is said to lie on what? ,.. ,:
. 'J ?J1. much larger than that of Continental The Answers ".

,J rt"CCA" U. S.? 1. The Bible (Leviticus 25:10).. ;:.,
3. An obsequious man has a 2. One-third larger. .:
,1. ,, manner that is what? 3. Servile. TI

4. The ancient city of Pompeiiwas 4. Volcanic eruption in 79 A. D, ;,1

k c; destroyed by what? (Mt. Vesuvius). S :1
5. What is the most used of all 5. Cotton. ::

(4 textiles? 6. Singapore. ';.
WNU Features. 6. What city guards the en- 7. Seventy-six. '.:
pr trance to the Strait of Melacca? 8. The Golden Horn. ,

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I AFTER GET RHEUMATIC PAIN TELLS HIS CUSTOMERS

:J With a Medicine that will Prove Itself!
f,:' If you suffer from rheumatic pain
ABOUT
_ or muscular aches,buy C-2223 today ALL-BRAN
for real pain-relieving help. GOc,'$1.
: < I Caution: Use only as directed.First _.
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: W'. bottle purchase price refunded by -
: : druggist if not satisfied. Get C-2223 ri; :> rrwt'i And How It Helped Relieve ;.

.j' His Constipation I IHere's

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:1 ,-". < The word "Basic" Basic Eng-
"; :: lish is not only an adjective describing a really enthusiastic! let
ter want to read
you'll :
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''J I;' (lary. Basic is also an artificial' : "I'd suffered/ for years with constipation.
: Took everything from salts to castor oil*
.1 / term made up of the initials of r nnd felt run down. always taking so many
.. the full name of the language- : \ physics Then two weeks ago I found out ;
about ALL-BRAN. Since I've been eating
.. "British American Scientific International
: ) k: : ALL-BRAN I have needed no physics and
r Commercial" English.L .1. '-. S nm starling to feel like a new man.'Tat
c: 4Df telling my customers on my milk routa
..: about your wonderful product." :Mr. Leont
: Swartz 1738 N. :Wilton St., Phila., Pa.What's .
-" r(,,:: : It has been said that "clothes make the ,man."" It takes more
the secret of such
reports
'; : than clothes to make a soldier. But since he must fight in the of ALL-BRAN's results,

.; n/M ''S frigid temperatures of the arctic, his clothes must be designed to Simply that ALL-BRAN is one of, S
keep him warm enough to think and fight efficiently whether he is Nature's most effective sources of,)

,; ; If bucking a North Atlantic wind or an Aleutian island snowstormas certain "cellulosic"elementslackof
YOUBR NOSE in the pictures above. which in sufficient quantities is
of
a common cause constipation
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< "CLOSES UP'Put 't'b '- fluff up and prepare the colonic S
sl
contents for easy, natural elimina-
tion. ALL-BRAN is not a cathar..
:I j tic! It doesn't "sweep you outfit
f It is a gentle-acting, "regUlating"food
_ 3. each : .
Va-tro-nolup
purpose J If this is trouble eat
nostril. It (1) shrinks swollen It. your
t: membranes, (2) soothes irritation, / ? ALL-BRAN regularly, drink
.:; ;". (3) relieves transient nasal congestion ., ... .... 5313 plenty of water. See if,you don't
; and brings greater 4 I cheer its welcome relief! Insist on

..: :". breathing Follow the comfort.complete VI t r. s S S A S CRISP and colorful as a love- genuine ALL-BRAN, made only
t.r l' directions ly May day-a white Shasta Kellogg's in Battle Creek.
; : .,aP,3I1':1A "'' I
,' .:'. in,folder.iU.iI fo a ria! 1LL Daisy teacloth, 42 inches square.
.,", It's made of bands of -white,

,. ,. I cleverly set together with red or
'<: '"' : ) any other olor you like. It will S AS PURE AS
Solomon's Temple
transform your card table into a

Solomon's Temple Jerusalem. I $ rSpb lovely luncheon. or tea table! MONEY CAN BUYNone
.,.. was reputedly constructed of I !: M1V4i *
.: ; faster. None None safer.
Sc surer.
cedars'from Lebanon.Relieves'painandsdreness.
: -S 5 To obtain complete crocheting Instructions
for the Mile-a-Minute Cloth (PatternNo. No aspirin can do more for you than
< 5313)). filet chart for working and St.Joseph Aspirin-world's largest sellerat
amount of materials specified, send 16 10(*. 36 tablets, 20(!; 100 tablets, only
:.>SS\5 cents In coin your name and address S5jf. Besuro to demand St.Joseph Aspirin.
,..: and the pattern number.

Winter clothes are developedby Body heat passes to an electronic -
,
the army quartermastercorps. potentiometer developed SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK AT
.A volunteer is shown walk- by the Brown Instrument Co., a 530 South Wells St. Chicago. SIGN FIRST'D
Enclose 15 cents ( one cent to
plus
;' ing in an arctic room. Cable is division of the Minneapolis- cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo.

For relief from the torture of simple attached to a body harness., Honneyivell Regulator Co. ............... : ,
Piles.PAZO ointment has been famous G
for more than thirty years. Here's why: Name ............................... 666'
First.PAZO ointment soothes inflamed USE
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.. areas relieves pain and Itching. Second. Address ............................. -
: PAZO) ointment lubricates hardened. 666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS
dried parts-helps prevent cracking and
soreness. Third. PAZO ointment tendsto
reduce swelling and check bleeding.
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-._ Fourth. it's easy to use. PAZO oint
& ment's perforated Pile Pipe makes application
c simple, thorough. Your doctorcan 4
tell you about PAZO ointment.

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i. -due to functional monthly dis
turbances.
r- Taken regularly-Plnkliam's Compound S
o helps build up resistance potentiometer measures-Body temperatures in a few seconds.On .

L... against product such that symptoms.helps nature Here is and a the floor in above 'picture is a sleeping bag containing a soldier

almost that's the a century.kind to Thousands buy! Famous upon for wearing a, harness. Room temperature is 40 degrees below zero. )!

thousands of women have reported ... ...1.
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Naturally a man looks old beyond
his years when he's sore from lumbago sooihes fast within ,
or other muscle pains. Tho. I'
54SJ/ famous McKesson Laboratories fD n II If: A (

developed Soretone Liniment for "IJJ IB 6;" I'
those cruel pains-due to exposure, '
strain,fatigue or over-exercise.
blessed relief of Soretone's ACT U'N'the Scold
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1. Quickly Soretone acts to en- cases of
flOW WEAR YOUR PLATES EVERYDAY f iPiJfl' }j J1Wt.G! 4ft. ;.. hance local circulation '

HELD COMFORTABLY SNUG THIS WAYIt's f JE'tf f1.: :';;f: i W.t?>: 2. Check muscular cramp*.. MUSCULAR LUMBAGO
so easy to wear your plates all > -
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;; this "comfort-cushion" dentist's .5 Vv 4. Dilate surface capillary blood due to fatigue or expoiuroMUSCULAR
: formula.. vessels. PAINS

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Powder lets you 2. Economical; / IA ate, a most effective pain-relieving
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\ avoid embarlasts longer. 't it for Soretone results. overwork
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I'AGK; TWELVE THE C3LEWISTON :NEWS! FRIDAY, :MARCH 17, 1044
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laxation. South, Range 34 East, containing .
the Most 326 acres; 1
:MORE CANDIDATES I Getting "That in itself is a job for a. Elk of Section 27, Township t7 :
from South Range 34 East, containing "
your young man/' said Pfc. Ed Hamil- 320 I I
acres. _
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Garden ton 'u. S. Marines. "There may be THIS NOTICE Is publhOied In compliance '
QUALIFY TO RUNThose i C tOIY I short cuts that he can make in establishing Florida with Statutes Sections 1941.270.08' and 270.09.

himself in Washington. The Trustees and the Board of Education -
c. Influential friends can help but in reserve the right to reject any
? and all
to run for bids 'WORK PASO/NATES
who qualified ,1 the long run the job is up to the BY ORDER of the Trustees the
in last week's is- i 0 State Board of Education of the State r
list published :
was
> ceeds and how well he is received of Florida. THEY '
"Sue of the News were: ; will rest entirely with the Congressman. I ATPSSARD L. HOLLAND Governor. j I CAM WATCH
-Ck J3. Rackstraw for clerk of the B MG 00// FOR HOURS
I" & If the congressman fromthe F. iP' 41- Secretary Trustees
circuit court, R. M. Harris for county Sixth Congressional District Im- Colin English Secretary, State Boardof W- -
H.1.. Pollard for sheriff, 1I Education. % \r -wvN...
judge his fellow representativeswith No. i
presses 53-Mal'ch 10. 17, 21, 31, Apr. 7.*
. :"Dennis Small for assessor of taxes, d-..
madeno
,
.. I the fact that his people .1
r Dr. C. E. Weaver for county superintendent 1 1-r.,. I mistake in electing him to that.
John L. 1' NOTICE
schools
,
of public I
I high honor then the Sixth Congres-
supervisor of registration '!." ,,...h __...I,..et2J Tallahassee, I
Hall for county *,,.....,..... ,- sional District will see results. Florida ,
E.. L. Stallings and Dillon February 15, 1944.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
Hall for school board member of Seed Supply'' Adequate for 1944 Trustees of the Internal Improvement I
"
District 2, Selden L. Stewart'and Victory Gardens Tallahassee, Florida Fund of the State of Florida will offer I
J. O. Davidson for county commissioner :March 2, 1944 at for sale' and receive competitive bids
Tallahassee
"Will there be seed enough to go --- 2V 0 TIC i: Florida Tuesday; March ,
r District No.2, and George 21st, 1944, at 12 o'clock NOON for the
,'. Poole for county commissioner, District around! ?" is again a Vital question in the following parcels of land In HENDRY
. NOTICE Is hereby; given that County, Florida:
: No. 3. s' the minds of the nation's Victory TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT "

':.. This makes a total of 23 candidates Gardeners as Uncle Sam asks for a Florida and the FUND STATE of the BOARD State OF of Sectionof21,Section Township 17 and 46 51 South.

; who have filed, according to EDUCATION of the 'State of Florida Range 32 East, containing G40
', made substantial: 1944, increase over the offer for sale and will receive competitive acres.
the last checkup, which was raised in bids in Tallahassee, Florida, at N% of Section 19, Township 46
; 'Tuesday 21,000,000: ,vegetable 'gardens 12:00: o'clock NOON April 11th, 1944, South, Range 32 East, containing.
", the United States last season.A for lands in HENDRY COUNTY, FlorIda -, 320 acres. We can all work better when enjoying
described as follows: NE i of Section 23, Township 46 good health. 'We dispensethe
--Home-Made confident answer comes from S'/fc of Section 16, Township 45 South Range 32 East, containing
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: South, Range 32 East containing 160 acres. media of science and nature'.for
<.. Ferry-Morse Seed Co., largest growers 320 acres;' Sale of the above will be subject maintaining good health. *
E% of Section 15, Township 46 I to existing leases which expire in I {
:':. \ (Continued from Page 1) .' I and distributors of garden seeds in the I II South, Range 32 East, containing I December, 1946.
320 subject to Grazing
acres (
1: .tile had at least two offers to buy the | world. Lease which expires December 16, This Notice is published in compliance I, "
r ;home-made bull-dozer, which reminds -I "We are ready for a sizeable increaseover I 1946); with Sections 270.08() and 270.09, ALSTON'S'AND "
Florida
ls Ei qf Section 16, Township 47 Statutes 1941.
?z... ; one of the stories of Sea-Bees last year's output of seeds for The Trustees .reserve the right to

s : utting together similar!, equipment Victory Gardens," they declare, "in reject BY any and. all bids. '
ORDER
of the
::Y( 'when the regulation kind wasn't spite of tremendous weather handicapsand ,--""" ", .,,,.. -= .I internal Improvement Trustees Fund. of the
. :Ttiandy. He wasn't interested in SPESSARD SEMINOLE DRUGS

>.:-._ :selling as he has made the equip-' Seed labor of shortages.some varieties of certain ,:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:.. ATTEST: L. HOLLAND. Governor., .

; ment too' useful. He had set a' vegetables! is still on the short side, but F. C. ELLIOT, CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA
: :small 'crane on the rear of the truck INDUSTRY MUST BE Secretary.
this is a situation which is bound to No. 49-Feb. 18, 25, March 3, 10, 17.
F and has also an attachment to which and
occur even in normal times. Wise ------- ,
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experienced gardeners, "1II! rt>lIIIlI11Itlllll 1 11111IllI! ll 'rt.iIjII-'IIIIIII'!' 11111 I r&IIIIIIIIIIIII r I II! ({:
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multiple
.-. Vehicle 'Can perform the that if the dealer does not have the !! !!! ("

r-, uses of 'crane, wrecker, truck bulldozer variety he has been accustomed to ";"

'I!,', 'and he said he even hitched getting, there is always another of J" ? 1 ,?
it to a plow when} he was cultivatinga equally excellent quality to take its f

: .a field recently. place. Among the snap beans, for example Dont .
: on aI
rely
\ Swindle plans to complete the I there are several round-podded :I

:--. "building with a concrete floor, lath varieties differing but little from each

''.<:: -and stucco walls and' a flat roof, other in form and growing habits. All i' :: -
'hoping later to add a second stofy. are stringless, and in flavor and textureit : I:;: wish :?

puzzles even the experts to tell .them y

:" iCarlstrom Field Records apart. The same is true of flat-podded :y y

bean varieties and of numerous va- :?
'' First rieties other vegetables. : bone'I'A
Flying Fatality among '. S. ?

"Plant plenty, waste "none" is a Y ?V L

;,.: ARCADIA March ,15.-(FNS)- slogan which should be incorporatedinto Y Y q 9 3t v c V

'::' 'Carlstrom Field, which holds the every home gardener's thinking as 1'z"
he plans for his 1944 garden.' While '- v
i': .nation's safety training record, had :
"l.
Gardener should Y
ever/ Victory growas !!i. V
[p,.; i Its first fatal flying accident in the big a crop of vegetables as is prac- I Y y

f', history of the field last week when tical to meet the needs of his family, I ?

:.: ; --Aviation Cadet Edward J. Haines oft buying more seeds than is necessary -H ir # 'z..z.-. .. -l.-z-
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will be definite detriment to the War
A
in midair A "t
: Deaver, Colo., was killed a % 0f
Food Program. Any seeds left over A Y

I:; collision. from early plantings should be sownas "a > .. r

t.; Haines' instructor, Henry "P. Don-} repeat plantings or saved to sow in F : A -it '.

ft dell, suffered a broken ankle when the fall garden. They should be storedin :: savings account, :

t[r he was thrown from the plane and a dry place, such,'as,a tightcoveredfruit oz. _I a "-
f. forced to use his parachute. Tile jar, until time to use. I :;: \ with: our insured s:'

;., second plane was only slightly dam- .. .-. .. ---- : .;.

aged 'and its occupants were uninjured ED HAMILTON I'z.:l: f[Owes safety: will providethe _
,
}f : :: The accident occurred during Pfc. Hamilton Good
ED ;HAMILTON, Pfc., U. S. Marines .j.
= routine training flight.
'" a \:;: things
. want
.: The accident broke the unique j Salesman Say FriendsAny is quoted by ''Hendry County .. you ::
I' friends as saying: "Fundamentally,
:'safety record held by Carlstrom j-: -i'.z.sr
I the foundation of all industry is -
Field, there having been no previous .! z'Y
man'elected as Congressmanfrom I agriculture. Agriculture and industry I ,-.- -
fatalities at this Air Forces instal- I t't'
lation, operated by Embry-Riddlo the newly created Sixth Con- must not be neglected but- I.' .z_ -__

'Co., of Miami, during three years gressional District will have to spend fostered and' engendered :in the new :!: .*
considerable' time' himself 'Sixth Congressional District. You .
orienting
'l>f flying. Thousands of cadets re- y
'ceiving training during that period Washington: when he goes thereto niay count on me for full support if :;: yI

nave piled up a total of 35,973,810 represent the people from this I am elected as your CONGRESSMAN. ; :::

miles and 339,709 hours without a District. The sooner he makes the ." This is one of the reasons I : ;

fatal accident to put the field far necessary contacts and -fits into the why his friends urged him to run, I

in advance of any other school in congressional picture the sooner his for CONGRESSMAN.Pd. .

the nation. district should profit by tis representation II I
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