The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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:: .' RED CROSS WAR Hulbert Campaign Pollard for SheriffHulbert Enters I I I(I[APPROVAL GIVEN To E. E.WisconsinE. Leonard Returns I GENE GOODBREAD

M. Pollard has qualified E. Leonard, who has served as

; ,OF $3300 QUOTAt as county a candidate, and is opposing for sheriff Bill of Maddox Hendry, ANOTHER BOARD I I. pro this at season the, left Clewiston Tuesday golf for Appleton course- "FLYING FORT"

E Wisconsin, where he continuesin
H. H. (Mack:) McCall, and G. H. I
L I Small, for the nomination. 'I similar work: during the season. (
I The proposal to establish a factory : Lt. Gene Goodbread
The local golf course is in excellent co-pilot of
The Red Cross War Fund in Pollart came to tne Lake Okee-
rl in Clewiston to use sweet po- condition, and play it has the Flying Fortress "Fools RushIn
the $3,300 cnobee region eignt years ago as i on
Clewiston is approaching I
J I. "
McWilliams tatoes in the production of ethyl i increased steadily during the win-I based at an Eighth AAF Bomber -
-j goal set for it by national head- an employee of the
.alcohol has apparently advanced ter months while the has been Station, in England, was one of
which had I I pro
s quarters, but is still 564.85 short, Dredging company, con-
another step toward approval, ac- on the job here. It has become increasingly the members of a crew that got a
according to the latest tabulations tracts for work on the levee project. I
cording to news dispatches from popular with townspeople good look at the four-engined Ger-
' which were made last night. He decided to make his home in I
'R: and has resided here I II Washington this week. and with cadets at the Field. man "fighter" plane, which the
county '
Hendry '
Volunteer workers have completed The chemicals bureau of the war Mr. and Mrs Frank Cox are residing Luftwaffe has been hurling along
- the house-to-house canvass, but since. production board announced Tues.I with everything else it
I Pollard has pledged his best efforts 'at the Club house, and Mrs. I has at the
have reported that they have failed day that it had approved alcohol j Allied planes over
to the office, if he is elected.He Cox will take care of green fees, Europe.
t after several attempts to contact projects in Florida and in Oregonto sale of balls, etc. I. With two Floridians at the controls -
forman of the cattle -
is at present
$':, everyone at their home. They urge using sweet, potatoes and wood-.1 I the "Fools Rush In" really
\ ,all citizens who have not been solicited I feeding project of the United wastes respectively, which would rushed into something during the

\ to send in their contributions I States Sugar corporation. I crease production of ethyl in-\\ recent 8th AAF bombing attack on

, mail otherwise to M. W. Bigg, $500 PROCEEDS OF
" by or I by 11,000,000 gallons a year. l lCATHOLICDANCE the Messerschmitt factories at

," Mrs M. M. Prewitt or R. M. Bishop. l I The United States Sugar corpora- Brunswick, Germany, according to a

t Workers are planning to be at the SENIORS PRESENT tion's 'plan for! a plant to cost $2- I news release from the base in Eng

,; movie house Sunday evening for I 056,000 is the Florida plant under land. The "Fools Rush In" en-

f the convenience of those who would COMEDY consideration. The project is still countered everything the Luftwaffe

like to make or to increase theircontribution FRIDAY subject to approval by the WPB requirements The annual St. Patrick's Dance, I could muster, including the four-

then."Practically I I committee. The Oregon sponsored by St. Margaret's Cath-: motored German transporttypeplane.

i who has plant referred to is that of the Wil- Converted into
, -, everyone olic Church, was held at Sugarland a fighting
; ; been contacted has made a gift to I "Aunt Abby Answers An Ad" a I liamette Valley Wood Chemical comIpany Park Auditorium Friday night, and I ship, the four-engined plane shot

"' the Red Cross War Fund," said M. !I comedy by Henry Rowland, will* be ,at Springfiald, Oregon, which netted over $500 for the church i down a crippled Fortress in sight of

t ", ) '-': "W. Bigg, who is chairman. of the presented by the Senior Class of would cost $2,247,000.Each treasury. Although all receipts and the hand-pressed crew.

drive, "but too many of them have the Clewiston High School, under plant would be the first of disbursements have not been cleared I: The pilot, 2nd Lt. John Love, of
,: made their usual peace-time one- the direction of Mrs. Marjorie Bjornsen its kind in the United States. WPB yet, it is certain that the profits Jacksonville, reported seeing about

:i ;Y dollar membership donation. The next Friday evening, March 31, estimated that both could be brought from the dance will pass the $500 75 Nazi interceptors, including

1 : calls upon the Red Cross have at 8:15 'in the Sugarland Park Au- I into production within 12 months. mark. I I, Focke-,Wulfs, Messerschmitts, night

':" doubled and redoubled during the ditorium. I The defense, plant corporation has In addition to being a financial fighters, and the multienginedcraft.

i i past two years, and our gifts to it i r The Seniors have worked hard on I been asked to provide funds for success the dance lived up to past .

; :: must do likewise, unless our boys { their play and have an outstanding their construction.The performances and was an outstand-f!.I "We had no direct attacks," add-

., are denied many of the services the II j comedy to offer. They have secur-I' alcohol plant has been one ing event of the season. A twelve- {I ed the co-pilot, 2nd Lt., J. E. Good-

s.\ Red_ Cross offers them now." jed I excellent costumes, and profes- I I of the projects proposed by Clarence piece orchestra from Morrison bread, of Clewiston. He said that

", There has been little of the feeling sional make-up kits and are prepared I I,j R. Bitting, president of the Field, West Palm Beach, furnished I I I the German fighters for the most

?,j i :., : in Clewiston, such as was reported -.I to give the audience an even- United States Sugar corporation, and continuous music for dancing. I I part went after crippled bombers hit

r !' by Red Cross: workers in Miami !' ing of real entertainment. Tickets]I I its construction would provide essential I I A snack bar where sandwiches and by flak from the intense barrage.The .

::; : "I won't give to the Red Cross," I are being sold for 40 cnts, and all I war material,, from an en- cold drinks were on sale, was set up four-engined "fighter" at-

) J 'said a veteran of World War I. "The I members of the Senior class are outselling I,I tirely new. 'source. in the lobby, and proved popular tacked a straggler from another

Salvation Army helped me when 'I I them in advance. among the dancers. formation of Fortresses and pursuedthe

needed it in France." The worker The funds derived from the play During the evening there were American bomber about a mile

; replied, "But the Salvation Army I will be added to the class treasury, I I LONG LIST LOCAL several novelty and spot dances and beyond the point where the crew of

;: -isn't sending workers into the linesin I and will be used to defray expensesof suitable prizes were awarded to the I "Fools Rush In" first observed it.

;. this war." "Well, the Red Cross'll the graduation ceremonies. winners in each of these. Three little "It attacked the Fortress from
have to get along without my ICANDIDATES Joyce} head on," related pilot Love. "And
I The cast includes Betty McDuffie MANY girls, Carol Joy Alston,

money," he replied. "It will," said as Lillian; Mauryne Prewitt as ; Turner and Sharor\. Crochet,: presented sent the Fort down. After shooting

. the worker, "but some soldier will down the fort the German plane dida
Anna; Jo Ann Long as Lucindy; a fast rhumba as an amateur i
I its four
-< ..". -- a;:>ce;, Frances Jordan as Abby; j"I. .. 'Y' .. plause from the dancers. \1 I visible.'
'Pr. y Vp church To Visits Marion Yoder as 'Essie; Medford-' -- f candi- It was estimated that more than ; While. no direct attacks were madeon
< The names of thirty-one the bomber
piloted the
Horace Harter Keith I 600 dancers by -
the floor.
Dunaway as
; were on ,
' I
> dates the, ballots for
/ : appearon other formations
s ,_ Clewiston Wednesday Kiracofe as Bobby; Sherwood Hall i county offices in' the primary, elec- The sponsors of the dance express in were engaged -
and Bruce their appreciation for donations, savage fighting.
Billy Beardsley
as ; as i
; tion May 2nd. All of the local candidates "From higher altitude "
our ,
\ Horace Harkwell. I gifts and to United States ex-
1 it, Frank D. Upchurch, of. St. Augustine I are in the Democratic pri- plained Lt. Goodbread, "we couldsee
A matinee will be presented at I Sugar corporation, Commissary Department -
: candidate Democratic : be
,1 : for the mary. Republican ballots will the of
spectacle dog-fighting
I the school Thursday afternoon for Royal's, Band B Cash
nomination Governor of available
II as i at the polls but will contain planes grappling all the "
S 'pupils in the grades who might be I Grocery, Parkinson's, C. E Miner, over sky.
; ,
I : Florida will bring his campaign to I only the names of a few Republican : Other crewmen described how the
Clewiston at 8:30 Wednesday unable to attend the evening's per- : and The Toggery Sh"op.
1 ;.':' p. m., on I state candidates. German planes dived through one

; /'., : March 29th. !formance. I I R. M. Harris, incumbent, Robert formation and then .pulled up un-

:' Advance information Indicates he i I I Ketr ing, for county judge; Bill Mrs. L. D. Leydig der another. At times they said,

1" P. win discuss in plain language his s!iWhat Your Red Cross I II I dox, incumbent, H. H. McCall M.\d-I; I. the air was filled' with burning air-

M. Pollard and G. H. Small, for .
fourteen objectives, which concern The death of Mrs I. D. Leydig, craft.
Gift Will DoA
t' ,:. such vital problems as education, I !! sheriff; William T. Hull, incumbent, I which occurred Monday night at the I Unhampered, the two men in the

'& old age assistance, agriculture, veterans I '''G. B. Rackstraw, for clerk of the family home here, cast a gloom over cockpit brought "Fools Rush In"

:5 labor as well as a number ot | Clewiston boy, Alfred E. Bel-i, circuit court; Ruth R. Beardsley, I!'the town where she has 'been a resident | over the target, released the bombson

subjects in which citizens here arc', lamy, wrote from his station in 1 Mrs. Homer Taylor and Dr. C. E.I for sixteen years. "Mother I I the factoriesand flew back again.

'., vitally interested. !; North Africa to Mr. and Mrs. Harry I Weaver, the incumbent, for county I Leydig" was affectionately known to1 1 But to pilots Love and Good-,

While here Senator Upchurch | Vaughn, and in the course of the I, superintendent of public schools. all who have lived in Clewiston un- bread what they saw, from the upper

hopes to meet his friends and sup 'letter said: ,' The names of H. A. Rider, county I til the past year when her frail i balcony will remain long in their

;; porters and any others who desire "Mrs. Vaughn, I'm going to tell attorney, Dennis Small, county taxassessor health curtailed her usual attendance memories as one of the most savag

information about his candidacy. you now of the good work the Red I R. N. Miller, county tax at church and civic gatherings.The (I spectacles of aerial warfare. '

Cross is doing over here. They are collector G. M. Ford, county surveyor -
? 'His visit is a part of his state-wide former Anna Bell Coleman

speaking tour' which provides for |doing a swell job and we' appreciateit I and John L. Hall. county su- was born at Somerset, Pennsylvania, William T. Hull
a great deal. They have a big
not -
.ti appearances in each of Floridas 67 pervisor of registration, will appear on June 24th, 1862, and was in her
,counties. building and a French Theater in on the ticket since neither has J 82nd year at the time of her death. Seeks Re-Election
I town where they give free movies to I opposition. This also applies; to W. '
[ 5th 1887,
Widely experienced in government She was married on April I
: the armed forces. They also have Is. Bowdon for justice of the peace As Circuit Clerk
to I. D. Leydig, with whom she
'S Upchurch has served as city I I
a very comfortable place in the same !in District No. 1.
I I'I ed than 56 of happy i i
more years
attorney, municipal judge, city commissioner -
I building so we can read, write or
I District i William T. Hull in this
County Commissioner: companionship. The couple celebrated I I announces
, of his
mayor home city, I I
play the piano and have of
: a game week's edition of the News that he
member of the house in the Legislature i No.1, Clewiston, G. E. Etherton their Golden Wedding anI I
and he is now a state senator. 'I I ping pong. Along with these we | incumbent, and Charles E. Miner; niversary in 1937. Of the four children 'I is a candidate for reelection as

also have a snack bar, where we can :District No.2, east LaBelle, .J. O. In the family, a son, Robert, clerk' of the circuit court. Hull has
I l II I lI
buy two sandwiches, a doughnut I held the office for ,several terms and
Davidson, incumbent, J. C. Jackmanand I passed away in 1909; three daugh- ,
Ruth R. Beardsley I I and a cup of coffee, which only costs I gained in
Selden L. Stewart; District No. ters, Marion Leydig, and Mrs. Leah feels that the experience

Out For SchoolSuperintendent us five francs, about ten cents in 3, west LaBelle, George L. Poole, Spicer, of Clewiston and Mrs F. W. 'i past years will be of much value
i I American If it not for
money. were { incumbent, George R. Cason, Paul10'Bann'on DeLozier, of Connelsville, Penn- during the next four years.
i, their work here there would not be I W. N. Stallings and R.. B. sylvania, survive. There are also I Hull has been a resident of this
I anywhere for us to go for pleasure A. I II section for the past 43 years. He is
I Waldron;., District No. 4, Denawd, four grandchildren, Marion and Billy I
I when we have a day off. Oh yes, IJ. Evers, incumbent, Harvey: S'I DeLozier and Mrs I. S. Bell, Jr., and a native of Bartow and recleved his
Mrs. Ruth R. Beardsley has entered the five francs they charge us is to District No. I [education in the schools of Polk and
: Dyess and Earl; S. Royer; i Roberta Spicer.
; the race for the office of superintendent pay the civilians who help serve us I Lee counties. '
d j J5, Felda, Asa Townsend, incumbent The Leydig family came to Clew-
of public instruction, and who clean the place." office for
After qualifying for the
and H. G. Atchley.Commissioners !I iston in 1928, to join Miss Marion
opposing Dr. C. E. Weaver, Incumbent -: That's only one phase of the work them a I another term Hull said, "In once
elected'I Leydig who had preceded
will ;
and Mrs. Homer Taylor, who the Red--- Cross-- -- is-- enabled fh"nnrrh..._ nu be more asking the vote and support of
had previously announced her can- 1---your generosity to do for our serv- this time on a county at large vote. few :years. They established this as i the voters of Hendry county I offer
{ I Mrs. ,
I I school board member the family home, and
didacy.Mrs.. icemen eyel'yw.here. Are you sure Only one I the experience gained through years
t this time, in District 2. with others in the family were active i
: Beardsley has had 15 yearsof your contribution this year was large must run in work for church, school and of past service and a renewed pledgeof
incumbent has as
Dillon Hall, the ,
. experience as teacher and principal enough? I opposition C. J. Richards and E. L. I civic betterment. Always of slight continued honesty, efficiency and
; '' her work the fair treatment to all at all
ranging from elementary same
became more
Stallings. Board members serve a build, Mrs. Leydig |I
s and high school grades to Constable Bell Candidate four term and in District 1 and !: frail with advancing years, but an': times. Thank you."
college classes. Thirteen of the 15 \\ I year : !
indomitable spirit seemed to sustain j
For Re-Election 3 elections were held in 1942.
r. :years has been in Florida schools. and she continued \ Dr. Weaver Is Giving
!I, I I I. S. Bell, sr., constable incumbent j I the slight body:

The daughter of a school principal -: I. S. Bell, Sr., present constable : in justice of the peace District ,Ii to manage her household and to at-t At SchoolDr.

Mrs. Beardsley attended the of the Clewiston district, is a candidate |No. 1, Clewiston, has as his oppon- tend church services as regularly j I Innoculations
University of Illinois!'! receiving a i 1 H. Christian her strength would permit. She wasa
eat Walter
for re-election to the office in ; is
'bachelor's degree, and has taken: the May primaries. j Tho first primary is set for May member of the Presbyterian | C. E. Weaver, of LaBelle,
graduate training in, the University church. giving vaccinations and innocu a-
For the past six years Bell has i i 12, the runoff for May 23. in Clewis-
: of Florida. "Mother Leydig" was a real inspi- tions to school children
t served as law-enforcement officerin --
a Fridays,
During the first of Mrs. Beards-!;! Clewiston. He has been city mar- NEW CLERK AT RATION HOARD ration to all with whom she came in tou. Visiting the school on Dr.

'ley's three years as principal of the shall, deputy sheriff and constable. :Mrs. V. C. Woodward has begun contact during the 82 years allottedto while the work is in progress shots to

Clewiston school, she fostered the I "During this time," the candidatesays her duties as Junior clerk at the her, and she lived a full and com- Weaver has given children typhoid and will

organization of the local Parent- "I have worked constantly to local ration office, replacing Mrs. plete life With her devoted hus- a large number of shot today
band she shared a love (or growing .give the third typhoid
Teacher Association. keep Clewiston a clean, law-abiding Naomi Rogers who\ resigned on the will
I the physician
\ things and the. family flower garden Next Friday
At present a Clewiston businesswoman ; community and I want to keep working fifteenth.Mrs. and will give the
:Mrs. Beardsley left the schoolroom to keep it that way. I am mak- Woodward spent some timein developed by her daughter Mrs. give Schick tests desire it, school pupils
endless Thecreative to all who
Spicer, brought her joy. test
--1' two years ago to take over the ing the campaign for re-election on the office familiarizing herself and pre-school age children -
be adults
\ within her could ,
j management of the Beardsley Insurance my record as a law enforcement of- with the duties before her appointment Continued urge On Page 7 The service is free.
Agency ficer right here for six years." I as junior clerk was made.

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)tJltL1gtZI 1ik4kLI BLACK. ?tfft 11 /- r Gems -of -Thought

you can not take out of your
-'I I' OMBRERO ) what you have not put t"

: I Ii Iip into it, any more than you can
draw out of a bank what you
h' '
THE smallness of a man's wants ? >o SERVICfi have not deposited. O. S.

more to do with his inde- Elsa Chalfield, Hollywood artist Is dis the thatch of the roof where with a "Of a certainty, senor. Already Marden.
pendence than the greatness of his inherited by her Aunt Kitty, who died flutter of wings and wildly clutchingfeet the order has been given to bring I Praise is sunshine; it warms,
means. from an overdose of morphine. Hunt he re-established himself, the man back from the mountains." it inspires, it promotes growth.

Your enemies will more often tell Rogers, professional sleuth detective, and, Barry to wheeled about, to stare down ,at us "It would be helpful, gentlemen," -Mrs. Stowe.
Madison an amateur go
:'" 3OH the truth about yourself than jour Mazatlan, Mexico, to solve what they with his wicked little eyes and utter he said carefully, "if you could provide There is no unbelief; _
friends will.Perhaps. believe to be Kitty Chatfleld's murder.On a squawk of pleasure. We, pre- us with additional motives to Whoever plants a seed beneath the
the lack of horses has arrrvalr they find that Elsa's. party pared to take our departure; Rogers be put, with those we already have sod
something to do with the lack of had preceded them by plane. During a bowed and smiled. v when it comes to the trial." And waits to see it push away the
today. fiesta At the ranch of Sam Chatfield "I wish husband a safe jour- I I clod,
good horse sense your "You-
he "Is
f (Elsa'i father), James Chesebro Is mur began hesitantly. I He trusts in.God.ELIZABETH.
obedience is the foundation ney, senora, and a speedy return, it possible have reached decision
Blind dered. Lombardo, chief of the Mexican : you a YORK CASE.
of all dictatorships.A pollee, questions Pedro, the pulque man, he said, and we' withdrew still silent to chil-our i senor?" I Adventure is not outside a 4

tightwad is one who saves his{ after questioning all the guests. They re- arana, tagged by the seller's wife "We have made the arrest, this I man; it is within.-David Gray-
enact the prologue to the death of Chese- dren, while the pulque I -
for spendthrift to morning. The murderer is in
money some now son.
hut to I
bro. While this is going on Pedro, the stood in the doorway
custody, gentlemen. I would appreciate ,
star witness, makes his escape Into observe our departure.We .
it if yoU'could supply, perhaps,
the mountains.
had jogged along for some distance -
additional motives although whatwe
the busi- C lour"..taT..Fyix)1e%
in the direction of have ham V Ail Rlorb"n..ne4.
are ample, sure.
lf ; CHAPTER; XI ness district when I remarked, We both silent stunned .... ....
were a --
-- ...- "Some grist for the mill there.
NIGNT little at this announcement of an arrest -
"It's a nice little puzzle so far, "Yes, Barry. There is confirmation in the case so early, before !" ..
1;, Barry," observed Rogers. "We'll of the conclusion we reached even Pedro had been returned to ,
not solve it tonight-probably not to- last night. Pedro ran out on us at Mazatlan. ..
; couNsn morrow. It can very quickly be Sam Chatfield's, hurried home, remained GIVE _
solved if Lombardo and his man briefly and then fled to the"What "May we ask, senorbegan
;;:;:'; YOUR CHILD'S coughtng at night Friday will catch up with Pedro. Rogers. Y u

l: -caused by throat "tickle" or irritation Suppose we sleep on it." "Of course," Lombardo replied, CHILDthis .
mouth breathing, due to his white
t even teeth showing in a
We did it rocking
sleep on gen-
cold-can often be prevented by
i' a '
magnificent smile. "I have arrested cold-relief used when
rubbing throat and.chest with tly.in our stateroom on board the
( Vicks VapoRub at bedtime. Orizaba anchored in the harbor. In Senor Reed Barton-"
the light of a new day, after a leisurely "Barton!" I exclaimed.
VAPO RUB'S poultice-and-vapor QUINtUPLETSCATCH
l:: action loosens phlegm,relieves irritation breakfast with Margaret and "Yes, Senor Madison. It was not

':_ helps dear upper air passages Dwight, at which time we spoke difficult to discover the fact that he
ij-: ." thus tends to stop mouth softly and with respect for the now is guilty. There was the testimonyof
; breathing and murdered James Chesebro we waited COLD
ItFoug Pedro last night; not'testimony in
invite restful V. for the launch take ashore. '
to us ,
so words
gentlemen by
sleep. Try it! VAPORua many ,
I : Suddenly Dwight's body stiffened. his'actions. He was terrified of having Ifpromptly relieves coughingand
..: r 'Look! Did you see that?" he cried. to 'identify the murderer who makes breathing easier

;. Weak One "Look!" r sLW was at the moment re-enacting the Whenever the DIonne Quintuplets catch
: In a quarrel thl'man who strikes Before our eyes some hundreds of role before our eyes." cold-their chests,throats and backs are

,;" the first blow is always the weaker yards away a huge fish leaped clearof fh "But immediately Musterole rubbed with wonderful Musterole.results
:' man. Words have failed him.- the water and then fell back witha I tr'N test. Rogers attempted to pro- because it's MORE than just an ordi-
Lombardo the effort
Chinese Saying. great splash. / tI nary"salve."It's what so many Doctors '
"There's marlin darling 4. ws courteously. and Nurses call a modern counter-imlant.
: said Margaret sweetly, "come to "Moreover, senores, yesterday Se- tion It actually in upper helps bronchial break up tract local,conges-makes

HELPS MOROLINE play with you." y nor Barton and Senor Chesebro breathing easier,promptly relieves cough-
HEAL C "Let's go fishing now." Dwight's quarreled violently in the office of ing,sore throat and aching chest muscles

SCRAPES BURNS, PETROLEUM ES ssrernfoR JELLY rOJ.5tiJ : voice was excited. "Come on, fel- i ii tJ the mining company. Senor Barton due IN 3 to STRENGTHS colds. Get Musterole: Children's today Mild
Tl lows." was discharged; there were threats Regular and Extra

"Sorry," said Rogers. "I'd exchanged. The quarrel was over
planned some other things-about Senorita Chatfield. All this has been m
One BeginnerThe Chesebro's slayer." told us by Senor'Costillo, the clerkin
great works of the world al- i "
"Well, go on, then; the launch is the office, who was a witness.
s cvays begin with one person.Edward -
W. Bok. waiting for you. As soon as it's
backI'm going after' that fellow. Reed Barton was sitting in his

Hunting me up, is he? Wanting cell smoking a cigarette with( the 60 Bombers Lost

; play with me?" said Dwight as'Rogers air of one upon whom has descendeda Approximately 600 highly trainedmen
L-fl and I went-down the ladder. vast and philosophic calm. His and $20,000,000 worth of pre-

tiIUf{ We landed at the wharf, found one dark blue eyes indicated that there cision bombing and fighting ma- I

..::;.'. fttizi !! of those ancient two-wheeled aranas had been no strain, no loss of sleep. chinery "are lost when 60 U. S.
like the one Elsa had ridden in that r His handclasp through the bars of bombers are shot 'down in a raid. '.

,>.. Ml first day, climbed in and set off. his cell was vigorous and warm, apd
l/w"-: \.;4r 1. "It's probably! like;hunting for the he looked anus with a faint expres-

needle in the haystack, Barry," he sion of amusement at our concern

remarked after an extended conversation for his predicament.. ,'
'with the which explored "- "I didn't dream, Reed," I said, DARK SKI!! 'K
the fellow's acquaintances is he called, senora? "when at Sam Chatfield'slast
we parted Dr. FRED Palmer's Skln ; Az,,
among the pulque sellers. At first He night, that we would find you Whlt n.rlfehtcns and brightens
mountains for an indefinite stay. rough,blotchy tanned-darlc ekto w s
the driver, a sleepy-eyed fellow witha carried with him the belief that he here this morning." (externally caused). Use 7 days ff
If not satisfied MONEY BACK.Se >
mustache had been
bushy not ableto not only saw the murderer of Chese- "Neither did I, Barry. Mexico not at drag;tores. FREE Sample. :;
Send 3c to GALENOL, s a'
PLANT FERRY'SSEEDSWhen comprehend why we should bro, but can identify him. He fears only is a land of romance, but, in Dept U.postage Box 264.AtJantiGeorgia.
search for a pulque seller when liquor the consequences if he is made to the threadbare observation, anythingcan DR. FRED PALMCR' '
you garden for abundant food, of many kinds was easily ob- identify him." happen in it." SKIN WHITENER
plant Ferry' Seeds. Many outstanding tainable almost anywhere. When he
'i vegetable varieties are on display realized, however, .that we were "You're right, of course," I "And does, apparently," remarked -

at your local Ferry'i dealer. looking for a particular dealer in sighed. "But where does that leaveus Huntoon Rogers, a wry Tone Your Vo'iceA
Hunt?" twist to his lips. "I'm that succeed with a stri-
pulque, he believed that he knew .sorry man may
FERRY-MORSE SEED CO. several Pedros. And so we started "It leaves us with a simple explanation this has happened,'Reed. It is much dent voice, but he could have doneit
DETROIT SAN FRANCISCO of the crime-when Pedrois too soon to make an arrest." better and more easily with a

out.At last our dispirited horse pulledup captured and returned to Mazat- We spoke in English, to which pleasant one.-H. Garland.

with a sigh before a thatched lan. To the jefe del policia, Senor the guard lounging near by paid no

hut near the end of the street.A Otilio Lombardo, will fall the honorof attention.
Get Your War Bonds kit solving the murder of Kitty,Chat- DON'T LET
small shy woman came to the "When were you arrested, Reed?".
To Help Ax the Axis door when Rogers knocked. field, as well as that in of ,,Pedro.Chesebro" I inquired. CONSTIPATION
when his men bring
"Doas Pedro, the pulque seller, SLOW YOU UP
"At the very moment when I was
"But there's no evidence that the
live here, senora? Rogers inquiredIn
sleeping my best, just before sun- When bowels are sluggish and you
the hand.
o done by same
two were
Spanish. millions
rise. They came knocking on my feel irritable, headachy, do as
J' SNAPPY FACTS "Yes, sir," the woman replied hesitantly "No," admitted Rogers, as we door, made me dress and brought do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern
a frightened look in her drove along the shady streets, here." chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew-
'me FEEN-A-MINT before to bed, 1
you go ..
ABOUT dark evidence of it there's
deep eyes. "there is no ;
in accordance with
taking only
"But haven't in the
they anything
I "Mqy we speak with Pedro, se- only a hunch on ,my part, and a directions- sleep without being dis,
RUBBERIn nora?" inquired Rogers, smiling. very, very faint hunch at that. Per- way of evidence that a good attor- turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
ney couldn't shoot holes through-at, relief, helping feel swell again. Try
"He is away, sir, she replied. haps no more than a wish that it you
least, back home it would be so," FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
"Did your husband return home be so. Simplify things enormously, and economical.generous family supplyFE.AMi
I said.
last night from his trip to the ranchoof wouldn't it, Barry?" he said, look- costs only
Senor Chatfield?" ing at me with a twinkle in his Reed cocked his head and lookedat

1912 tropical Americas "Briefly, sir; and then made haste mild blue eyes. "Let's go and talk me. "This is different, Barry," i
produced their greatest output to .depart." with Lombardo and urge upon him he remarked. "1' don't know what

f' of rubber-62,000 tons. It "Did he go far, senora?" our belief, and perhaps spur him 'onto they've got. Except for one thing-
r,l. is expected that we will import "To the mountains, sir." greater effort in bringing back the police picked up a paper knifein Gather Your Scrap ; "fr

41,000 tons from these "And he will return soon?" Pedro." He turned to the driver and my room while I was dressing.It Hitler !
Throw It
: countries in 1943, an important "Senor take seemed to have its effect." at
The woman shook her head. "Heis said in Spanish: us,
E: supplement supplies. ,to our synthetic I away, sir. I do not know" when please, to the police station." "Yes, it was a small, thin-bladed

E he will return." Rogers asked for Lombardo at a weapon that killed Chesebro. But !

;." Some experts estimate that there A man was ,lurking inside the small desk, and the courteous occu- there's more than that, of course," MEXSAMAI .
f are around! 300 million Hevea (rubber house as we talked, just beyond our pant assured us that we should see Rogers explained. "Lombardoseems
)trees In Latin America. Most of, SOOTHING' MEDICATED POWDERLAUGH
them are in junglesdifflcult get at. view. I had. heard him and so had the jefe at once. But it was\ some to have been!swayed a great
; Rogers. At last overcome by curi- ten minutes before we were shown deal by what a clerk in your office

( "Alcohol and driving don't osity he appeared suddenly behindthe into a small 'room where .Lombardosat told about you and Chesebro quar- :

r, mix" may still be worthy. woman in the doorway. It"1 was alone. reling." ..

admonition millions of,gallons but nevertheless of alcoholare not, however; Pedro as I suspected, "We came," Rogers said slowly, "Costillo?" said Reed. "He would, A ;

needed as a raw materialto but a man whose face was familiar. "only to offer what help you think'we of course. We did have quite a go- c
make synthetic rubber for Rogers glanced at him."G'ood can give toward the solution of the Chief and I. I guess I told you

the production of tires now morning," he said and the murder of our friend, James about it, Barry. We unloaded every- '

so essential to driving.B.FGooclr smiled. The,man returned the greet- Chesebro." thing we had been storing up for ,

ing hesitantly. "That is very kind of you, gentlemen. each other for several months. ""

"My brother, Jose," the woman ." Chiefly concerning Elsa, you know; ,EAT,
said. "Our opinion, reached after con- but, even if I do say it, he rather OF TAlK'FREE.

"And did the old dog die, seno'r?" siderable reflection, senor, is that it started talking about Elsa. Down It's so easy "
j inquired Rogers. I recognized then is vital to capture Pedro, the pulque here, of course, things like that day confidence when

I the individual who the morning of seller, who fled last night when we amount to fighting words." your plates are held in place by this

Elsa's attack on Chesebro was put- were about to require him to identifythe Steps along the corridor interrupted "comfort cushion;;tist'sformula.

ting to death with chloroform an old slayer." our conversation; the guard sat I. Dr. Wernet's vent sore gums.

dog near the stables. "Yes, of course." more erect in his chair and shot a Powder lets you Economical;
enjoy solid foods small amount
j h "Undoubtedly Pedro knows who glance at us as if he meditated ,
"Oh, yes, sir. Quickly, as you avoid embarrasslasts longer.'r
said he would." the, slayer is." bringing our conference to a halt. ment of loose 3.Pureharmless,

"Senor," began Rogers "the "I believe so, gentlemen." Walking rapidly around the corner plates.Helps pre- pleasant tasting.

chloroform-tell me again who gaveit "We understand that he fled last came the short, rather thick' figureof MI& ggbh-30. .Mon.ybockifnotdefiflhded_
to you." night to the mountains." Sam Chatfield. He saw us stand- '
"Senora "Ah Uombardo's eyebrowsshot ing outside Reed Barton's cell and I ,
Chatfield, sir. so? I I
"Senora Chatfield?" upward. "You know that too?" came directly toward us, a smile

"Yes. She of the golden hair-" "Yes, from the man's wife. You lighting his rather serious face,

Rogen suddenly elevated Pepe to of course, have questioned her?" (TO BE CONTINUED)


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OR W.EA. ON The Questions 7. When the pilot of a torpedo IOU / Assistance
plane speaks "feathers," to what Smith-Well, I must be going. 1 must
_. I want the truth.Is .
1. How far is the Panama, canal does he refer? \ see Jones about one luenly.Broun '. there no hope for .
my husband
-Wait, I'll tilth I want
from the equator? go, jou.
Washington, D. C. 2. By what name is Vissarconovich to see him about a /tie. Doctor-Madam, I'm afraid hacan't
LATEST ON CIVILIAN GOODS Dzugashvili now known? The.,Answers recover. But to make sureI
The Truman committee is about First World it of favorite am going to call in another doctor -
3. In the war was Speaking words all
to issue which will be 1. It is 600 miles. .) _
; a report good "zero hour. What. is it now women have the same one-the
news to manufacturers, to say noth- called? 2. Stalin. last one.

ing of the housewife who has been 4. A standard 24-foot parachutehas 3. "H" hour. Clear Case I
scrimping along with a worn-out re- of how 4. Seventy.
an area many square -
The Short of It First nooster-Somethin with
frigerator, no washing machine and 5. The product that results from wrong '
yards? "And how tall was the missing Mrs. White Leghorn. Do... you know
number itself.
multiplying a /
an electric iron that blows out fuses. of number .
5. The power a is cashier?" asked the detective."I ivhal's bothering her? I I J
. ;. The Truman committee will rec- what? 6. Scotland.
don't how tall he Second Rooster Shell-shock, I'm
ommend that the War Production 6. Where was the first real bicycle 7. To the wakes made by sub- was, told. She sat on and ducks
replied the banker, "but he is eggs .
a I board go much further than the made? marine periscopes.cut short." came out of them! "
: army has been willing in restoring
i production of civilian goods.: The "
committee will not urge anythingnear You Can Modernize That Old Iron Bed Blimps Prey on Fish Youthful Preacher Soon :,

will point unlimited out the production following, impor-but it By Making a Slipcover for the. HeadMAKE Fish as well as submarines are Had Them All at Seat' \:

tant facts:
of the
(1) War contracts are being can- iron just as a wood saw cuts prey navy blimps patrolling Asked to address a mission to 'j
North Pacific waters.
A SLIPCOVER FOR wood and that such a saw is a navy seamen, a preacher thoughtto ;
celled at an increasing rate. The -
THE HEAD OF THE BED has agreed to allow blimps to radio
war department cancelled ,10Vt bil- IP MATCH SPREAD- very handy thing to have aroundthe fishing vessels when schools. fish add point to his remarks by ..
'::: lions in contracts as of January 31, house. It may, for example, are sighted, saving fishermen drawing illustrations from,the sea.
while the navy cancelled 2V4 billions 'If U ;: --. M. PAD WITH be used for a, major operation on hours. of search. He spoke of the captain at wits' :
up to February 5. This means COTTONBASTED an old iron bed.'With'the aid, of end navigating his ship through a ':ry

more factories and more men avail- MUSLIN'TO such a saw the cage-like bars at twisting channel abounding in ':
able for civilian production. CUT OFABOVE the foot maybe cutoff close to the illustrated ways to give your house a swift currents and rocks. :
THES fresh start this Spring by using things .
bar at the top' of the legs. you
(2)) Tremendous stockpiles of steel RODS WITH AHACK cross already have'combined with ingenuity anda Ultimately, to the captain's de- .
and other materials have been ac- SA ; The head may also be lowered and few inexpensive new materials. To geta spair, his ship was driven on a
cumulated-far more than can bused knobs and projections also may be copy of BOOK 3 send 15 cents direct to: bank and the preacher, now thor-

for the war. Already alumi- cut off.When. oughly'worked up, exclaimed dra- ,
num plants with a capacity of J a the bed has been cut down MRS. RUTH WYETH'SPEARS' matically: "What shall we do ,-
.the,head be padded with cot- Bedford.Hills New. York "
half-billion pounds a year have been may -- Drawer 10 now? ,.
: closed because, the supply of alu- ton basted to muslin or with an "Goodness knows," said an old <
mfnum old quilt. A slip cover may then Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 3. .yr,',
so great. OMEN who are, working in sailor who had been listening openmouthed -
(3) The military was slow in cur- W factories are learning about be made to match the bedspread. Name ..............!.......... .... ; "For the last 15 min- ':'
tailing'' civilian production. Now, it tools. Among other things they NOTE-This Illustration is from BOOK 3 Address ...................... ...... utes ye've been drivin' stern fore-
is slow in letting the country get have. learned that hack saw will which also contains many 'other clearly most!" ,:
back to civilian production. 9
Therefore, the Truman committee '. ';.
: recommends that while we cannot 1 J

,'' "soon resume' full-scale civilian production t. .
: we can produce limited -
: quantities of a few score additional '

., items classified as essential."' g j
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impending Truman committee -
report will reveal that 100 big

corporations hold 70 per cent of all r 1 9 1 1 D, 1 .
the war orders; furthermore, these 9 9 4: ....
100 first companies of the nation

'" ', had only 30 per.cent.of the country's iH '.
business before the war-and the :As a
Roosevelt administration was sup-.
posed to help'the little ,.fellow! f

Norman Littell, hard-hitting assist-
ant 'general" will get a boost
from the Truman committee for hurrying >, al

up government. payments to a. "
the farmers and others whose land Y{
was seized by the army and navy. U 1 sn >c,
The committee will recommend that

all government purchase of land be ,

.' handled by Littell. Y .. e t
American labor doesn't look so 4 r Y
: ', 1. ?'j k t .Sk
,, bad when contrasted with British {
labor. The Truman committee will .
::.,. find, despite the national service act, E.. ,:
long operating in England, there

:' were 1,638 English strikes involving HEN a product wins and holds customer-preference year in and wz
a loss of v
I'..: ." days. Taking into account 1,676,000 the man-larger year out you know its leadership is established on merit. On

population of this country, U. S. every score, by every yardstick of, value, it has met and passed the test ..
.; were only .025 per cent worse
than England-even without a na- of critical public appraisal
: tional service act.
President Roosevelt didn't know it, Since Firestone developed the first practical pneumatic tractor tire 12

but the Truman committee had pre- rubber farmers have shown
., pared some devastating evidence 4 years ago and put the farm on ,

supporting him on one of the most an ever-increasing preference for Firestone Ground Grip ;,sn r

>Yti; -renegotiations controversial phases of war of contracts,the tax bill 4. r Tires. Their point-for-point superiorityis

recapture excess war profits. known wherever farm
Nevertheless, all the members of tractors roll. That's wAy u' ;
the committee except Mead of New
York, Kilgore of West Virginia and farmers, today as always, ji ...
Wallgren of Washington voted to Firestone Ground 1f \ x "+
over-ride his tax bill veto. use more .
Grip Tractor Tires than any J -

Secretary of Agriculture Claude
;. Wickard is chuckling over a letter 1 1'j
he has received from the Reader's

Digest, signed by William Hard Jr.,
associate editor. It .is the last, pa- TRACTION a ;
thetic note of a correspondence be- "

gun last summer when the Digest tI
I published the Louis Bromfield arti- I(

cle Enough, "We to Eat.Aren't" Going to Have : BEtTER CLEANING

At the time, Wickard wrote to the .

Digest, refuting Novelist Bromfield,
offering to write an article to tell the P LONGER WEAR F
other side of the story and sayingwe \ ,
would have plenty to eat. But i 'F y 1
the Digest declined to hear the other ,, BEST ,

side.They Listen to the Voice of Firestone uitb Richard Crooks and : IN RUBBER,,
confided privately to Brom- the Firestone Symphony Orchestra, under the dtrectton A
,,, ', field that they were embarrassed by oj Howard Barlow, Monday evtnlnft, over N. B. C. +aewpa
: reactions to his story, but-publicly
they stood on his gloomy forecast.
a 9f,5 ad b
He had said: "I would rather not J

think about next February. By then,
w3, most of our people will be living on
a diet well below the nutrition level."
) February has now come and
"' People are eating well despite Brom gone. Extra Traction represents the .. f THE BIGGER THE BITE.. .
field. American farmers have writ- Extra Bar Length that gives
ten the refutation. Actually, we havea Superior Polling Power to FIRESTONE / I THE STRONGER THE PULL || .

greater accumulation of.stored- GROUND GRIP TRACTOR TIRES
foodstuffs than. at any 'time. in his: ? \
41 tory.Wickard
couldn't resist the temptation ..C-ES?**
to rib the Digest and ? -
recently sent to Editor DeWitt 3TA.. nj? V" ',
Wallace a few figures about the v\

overflowing granary. In reply, he
;'.: received merely a short note from y <** vA3 &

William Hard Jr., saying, "Mr, Wal- <*$ *BubbertJa
l/tl.The Flrettoo.
lace is home, fighting off a cold." Copyrlfht.


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The Clewiston News case you recognize him as the Lt. transferred to Camp Jackson, at Prof. M. R. Stroud explained the visit nearby school luncto-rooms and:
Jonah E. Goodbread of the Flying Charleston, S. C.
of a sponsor for a report their
Fortress "Fools Rush In." Lots of findings in order to bet-

Published every FrIday In Clewlston, boys are seeing action, and Gene is P.-T. A. Holds Election; ganization lunch room has project been ,desirous since the of hav-or- ter explain to the P.-T.their operation A. and benefits -
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, one of those who got a look at the ing a 4'
TDC. lunch-room established at the Civic center hostesses for the-
German 4-motored "fighter" plane Without President YetThe school.
MrsConkling appointedMiss month .
are M. M. Prewitt Mrs.:
i which the
has been in action in
matter Esther Gangway, Mrs G. N. M. L. Pape, Mrs. S./P./ Slonaker and
Entered as second class mall European skies. The Germans are I
February 1, 1927, at the rest Office in I I Parent-Teacher Association at Pitzen and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley to Mrs C. E. Bailey. ,
converting into
everything can
crewiston, Florida, under the Act of they its meeting Tuesday evening accepted -
March S, 1897.Subscription fighter ships these days. ---- ----- -----
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I unanimously the report of the
nominating committee and elected
Hate-$2.50: Per Year A letter from Sgt. Charles L. as officers for next year, Mrs. A. O.
Roberts says "Dear Mrs. Bowden: COMMON SENSE MAN
Advertising Hilton On Application Ward, vice-president; Mrs. Carl
Just a few lines to let you know Gericke
secretary and Mrs. W. C.
I'm enjoying Sunny Italy at its best.
Owen, treasurer. The committeedid FOR FLORIDA
t The mud is two feet and it
Devoted to the advancement and welfare deep not present anyone for tho office -
snowed yesterday (March 11th). I
of Clewiston and Ilendry County. of president, but expects to
There is nothing to see standing.It's complete this in time for election at qx. World War I Veteran, farmer,
all on the ground. I 1 business ,
the next meeting man he proposes for
"Please send my News to my new ,
The members saw an interesting Florida 0\
EDITORIAL address and tell hello for'' only plans which he has
NATIONAL I II9 everyone I movie shown by Mrs. Bjornsen'sclass
ISSOCIIITION me." I on the subject of Diesel en:= + PROVEN successful in his own
: I It's a balmy spring day in Sun- glues. This is one of the shows the $ j 'y business.
\ ny Florida, Charles) and in the mid- I pupils have secured for the class,
I dle of the think that sum-
II day we
and chosen them.
II I was by ,
I mer, not spring, has just arrived. ELECT ERNEST R
At the business session, with Mrs.
Our landscape is unsullied, I
and buildings and all such F. E. Conkling presiding, the GRAHAMGOVERNOR

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:-:..:.. things upright, just as they shouldbe. 'P.-T. A. voted to make a $10 giftto
the Red Cross War Fund, and to
And we're doing our best to
purchase two reference books for
keep things going against the day I n
1 the school library, which were
With you guys come grinning down' the
I street and yell your own Hello at quested librarian.by Mrs L. M. re-I (Paid Political Adv.)

every passer-by. I

Louis Leiter, now a sergeant and
I Vmvm**** a member of the permanent personnel I' d= h fi
I of the Army Air Forces Redistribution -
in theService Station No. 2, Miami fifi Ed AE((

I I 1 has ribbon.been The awarded Good the conduct Good Beach'j _i Dont rely on a

F I awarded to enlisted men who have surely has given the

demonstarted examplary behavior, voters-and the other :: ::

fidelity through faithful and exact I candidates something uIsI'LI ) <

of and efficiency ,
performance duty J. -
to think about. I 1 .. ::
through capacity to produce desired I I '
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MNN:N N : : :-: : : : : : : : :N:M MNHN :N: -Tampa Tribune:, Mar. 15 bone P
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has been .
Clyde W. Stephens
LeRoy Hare has been promoted y .
transferred from'Hammer Field, from Sergeant to Staff Sergeant, J y .
Fresno, California, to Tonapah, and is busy learning the various ,
Nevada, where he is attached to ''i. -- .
phases of combat gunnery, and< doing .:..
' Headquarters Detachment at the y .
cross-country flying which he ...
Army: Air Base. He thinks he will says never takes him far; in the direction -. '.io _..\'OJI."' ... .:..
be practically permanent between of Florida. i:I.y.' 6 ....
there and California now, so Mrs. .* *, i.i'.. .:.o...
Stephens is planning to join her Jimmy Wynne X has been recently I { ;: I,y. ..I .h:.. ....
.f husband in a month or so. I '*<$ #. I.:. f .:..
, ,-\ '- QY o!.
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Cpl. George B. Smith "Frog" to j Ii i rV"j ; < A savings account 'i
all him hunting for the
who know, is I J I... ,
address of W. C. Stanford. The I .:.
News doesn't have it, but will be I i with: our insured :;:

glad to pass it along to ,Frog, out in
I 2=
;: safety will !
Kingman, Arizona. If anyone I provide
d IV ylu' I oe
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knows the address, please drop a

'I"7- card to Arizona to the right News away.and we'll 4, relay it I I I II the things you want =1: t'r'

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Clayton Waters has arrived safely I _.
I Ioi
"somewhere in England," according I tt
to messages received from I
his wife, Mae Lily, who is working I FOR I Iy Y J

at an Army depot office in At- I Y

lanta. GOVERNOR t -
I y

Munselle Stone has been pro- I y
moted from Technician 5th grade to Be Sure You Are y,,

Technician 4th grade, according to I I Qualified to Vote t -
a release from "Engineer Unit y
Training Center at Camp Clair-I (Paid Political Advertisement) :;: S: 0(

borne, Louisiana, where he is stat- I
I iniiiiiiiiiii' ioned. Munselle is in the
serving I I .
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1194th Engineer Base Depot Group RE-ELECT I .
under the command of Lt. Col. Homer ] -
L. McLaughlin. W. B. (Babe) Douglass I I : ,'.t isr I
i .:1'OLD: JUDGE SAYS : :
COMMISSIONER -I "':'--- :.. .
Egress L. Suggs, up at Camp : .
w Croft, South Carolina, ,is happy to Continue to profit from the services i. /
have his wife -with him. He gets of a public servant of proven abil-I _
in pretty often and is enjoying his : ity, experience- integrity and a desire '
'i .
work at camp, so Mrs. Suggs writes. I to be of service to the public I lI .-
She says "Give our regards to all and his fellow citizens. His decis- '., # "
the home folks. We- always look ions have been based upon evidenceand t

forward to the News." t he will continue to follow that
policy. ,_ 'a > jn'or F + 1 ;'ij.Ld'U'fir .

+ And don't miss the front page (Political advertisement paid for by ,,,.,+. '.,'l..'
story about Gene Goodbread, in I I.friends of Mr. Douglass.), I I II

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CONGRESS6TH I "That's really a great editorial you just read the' days of prohibition, when moonshine .

II to us,Judge.Where did you say it appeared?" whiskey made quick fortunes bootleggers, :'

DISTRICT' 'yam I IOF' I "In 'The Stars and Stripes'...the newscrooked politicians and dishonest police offi

paper of the U.S. Armed Forces in Europe. cials. As a result, we claim we know what we V
FLORIDA Kind of gives us folks back home something want in the way of liquor legislation and feel Ito

think about, doesn't it, Bill?" those at home should wail until' we return before

A successful "It certainly does,Judge.Particularly the initiatingfurtlier legislation on liquor control ;
Business Man with 25 year's I last paragraph. Would you mind reading "Out of fairness to our boys over there ,_

that again?" fighting,Judge, how could we disobey such

,.. practical experience, your Washington I "Glad to, Bill. It says,'We can remember a wish?"


FRepresentative.. 1 ...'
ADVERTISEMENT, This adaatlsmuntsponsoredbyConference: of Alcoholic Beeeragt Industries Inc.

-Paid Political Adv. 1I 1 ..
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Lykes Bros. Provide only one scholarship be in effect at RATIONING NOTESMEATS I Pigs will begin eating green feedat NERO IS HELD

'J one, time. .. the age of two weeks and will
$500 Annually As Scholarships are being providedin -- (Moore Haven Democrat
thus supplement their mother's milk. )
: three counties, Hendry, Glades
4 red A8 'and It is good practice to provide r Sheriff J. J. Wiggins
Scholarship Fund and Highlands. In Hendry county i, Book stamps B8 green went to
. it will be known as the "ThompsonM. I I C8, D8, E8 and F8 good for 10 i feed for the sow and pigs if pos- Belle Glade last week and took Into

i Lykes" scholarship, in Glades as points through May 20. Red tokens I sible. After pigs begin eating, a custody a negro, O. C. Hill, who was
Lykes Bros. Inc., of Tampa, who the "Howell T. Lykes" and in' worth one point in change. should be wanted for breaking and entering,
provided to enable
:are among the most prominent cat- Highlands as the "Lipscomb. G. (Meat grades: AA or choice, A creep being charged with stealing wine
tlemen in Florida and who own extensive -;'i Lykes" award.Superintendent. or good, B or commercial, C or utility them to eat a grain ration away from a place in the colored quarters.
pasture lands in this D or cutters and canners.) from the sow. Hill is held in jail pending hearing.
Weaver will meet I
-county, will provide a scholarshipfund FRUITS, JAMS, ETC. .
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with Superintendent Bales of Glades
of f 500 annually for four years Book 4, blue A8, B8, C8, D8 and --
county and F. N. K. Bailey of High-
'to help defray expense of a four E8 good for 10 points through May
lands for the purpose of workingout
:year course in a school of higher 20. Blue tokens worth one pointin ELECT
, the details and formulating
I learning for the boy or girl winning I' change. ACHIEVEMENT
plans for the scholarships.The .
the scholarship. It is intended that SUGAR
K 1 scholarship award will be Stamp 30 in book 4 valid indefi- a

; 'I made after competitive' examina- nitely for five pounds, stamp 40 ry is the result of leadership,. I

: tions. valid for canning through Feb. 28, ; I
.- I 1945 (correct.) r; s.AS a s / initiative, experience :
Look to TheFuture O'Bannon CandidateFor SHOES Jar' % III I
Book 1 stamp 18 valid through FRANK D. UPCHURCH has
Co. Commissioner :April 30 and book 3 stamp 1 'on airplane II r. '; > r 1
i sheet valid indefinitely. Anew proven he possesses those qualities

I stamp will be valid May 1. '' I
Paul O'Bannon is.a candidate for I He will lead Florida toN
I Loose stamps accepted only on mail
the office of the county commissioner ,- < _
orders.. ; a greater future .
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of District No.3, subject to the

,. May primaries. His official an- 'I I GASOLINE9A i i I
I coupons valid for three gallons -
After The War nouncement appears elsewhere in .

.. this edition of the News.I I! through FUEL May 8.OIL FRANK D. You Can Depend on Upchurch :

You Will 'Want To O'Bannon has lived in this section II No.. 4 and 5 coupons valid through UP.CHURCH I
for the past 31 years. He is a I
'farmer and cattleman and member Sept. SO G 0 V ERN 0 It Political Ad;. Paid'for by friends of F.D.Upchnieh

.' Build A Home I of one of the oldest families in ,time.Definitevalue coupon good any I

Hendry county. Having lived '''here I I

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Buy Your Lots I expect to work with the people and ... '$.... ..

i_ for the people for the very best interest 'i :?

of all." He promises an hon- J.W0Jelks
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This Governors race is question oi men-as ;

well as issues. Florida faces':stormy days as the .,
OF PAHOKEE, FLA. war approaches its end, as our veterans return,as :
industry and business begin to convert to peace- ';
time pursuits.Our r,: '\

CANDIDATE FORK next Governor must be a man capable of -

piloting Florida safely through the oncoming
storms -a man who is calm, level-headed, enerMillard Caldwell's record of public service appears

CONGRESSNEW getic and sincere;a man of proved business ability in the panel below This record shows that t

I and.tested statesmanship. Caldwell is a Leader! A Statesman! A skilled

Millard Caldwell is such a man! pilot for the stormy days ahead!

SIXTH SUBJECT DEMOCRATIC His record of public service is outstanding. 'He <

was a member of the Florida Legislatures of 1929
DISTRICT PRIMARY, MAY 2nd and 1931 when he was chairman of the important I
a tWar I Rules Committee. He served brilliantly as U. S. : ::I

Congressman from 1932 until 1941 when he voluntarily J'G"-eAN O.r.'aelD M42 J. ;
STUCKEY Advocates adequate old age pen I retired to private'life ey.o Te NEY"&;:OVN'TY ATTO.eN&YvS'.HQ4'e
;a; sions. FLAB/DA EG/S.LA7/.es ,
Y He has never before been a candidate for CCtyYQ6LVKOLOELEGATE 7b/.YTL.e-
STUCKEY Is for adjustment of rail rates Governor He has never been defeated 1Y.A7'l1:7/VA aw: .. .vcES/.vstiurgvo '
g'' from the Snuth. for public office. sA4 .eHAK
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STUCKEY Is. for Equalization of vegetable He was born on a farm at Beverly, Tenn., in AWnfJYANO AevfO.sG4/wsT/AP''
2 ,tariffs.Advocates. 1897. His father was a successful lawyer his Ji.f.E'fA.f E7 '1eteEseEPE Qetncaevae
gFe .1:7: ,.v .esTrE'E
grandfather a Baptist preacher. He was a star ./ 'GowseESs

elimination of wasteful athlete at Carson-Newman College and the University AOYO&A7ZP A.o Ponp Foe
STUCKEY spending that has nothing. to do )\ I I of Mississippi where he was still a student F"P.-.e4L. O/0 AtG oPQO Ass"t"STA..vCG i4r/orvS
with winning of the war. j when he volunteered as an Army private in World 1Zf.t;: GON6,2t'SS

War I. He'was commissioned as second lieutenant APJ1JtAr.o .&"P.e7r77Pl of

Stands for Free enterprise individual of Field Artillery before the war ended. Later AC'C /StA c'ps
initiative and self-government. h e finished his education with a law course at the LEADED4'Or EsrABIs.4dfErvrdA'OEXPANlOrV US.l'44.4L AND.4FMY

University of Virginia. A/.E STAT/ON.r F OiPAA
LAlYrE"e e O.P O / E 4 T/V S'I':4TE A HD ..
;;. Your Vote for STUCKEY Is a Vote For a A "DOER" NOT A "PROMISER"! OC.4L. G/v/G AfFA/.2t
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Dynamic, Progressive South Florida FLCniDA: C/ifJ BE CONFIDENT S''vCCEn'"n'L ..s'Toa'"EPE:

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THE CI..EWISTOV' NEWS: ._ ____ j
iuirLl.Atchley::; Flimsy: .l.\1il.ltOU 4r, lIJ44
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ForCommissioner !f second term. In asking for reelection, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONEItDISTRICT Tallahassee, Florida pllance with Section 2TO.I3 and 278.M.
,Out for the privilege of serving another XO. r. March, 2, 1944NOTICE Florida Statuses 1941. ,
term, my only pledge Is to continueto
Felda give honest and efficient service. I hereby announce to the voters of The Trustees and the Board of Edu- a
at Your vote and support will be nppreclated. Hendry county that I am a candidate cation reserve the right to reject any
Thank you.GEORGE. for the office of County Commissionerof and all bids.
L. POOLE. District No. b, Felda, subject to the TRUSTEES NOTICE is hereby given that the BY ORDER of the Trustees of the
'H. G. 'Atchley has announced (Paid Political Advertisement.) democratic primary in May. I am OF THE INTERNAL, IMPROVEMENT Internal Improvement Fund and the
FUND of the of
serving the unexpired term of my State Board of
Education of the State
>hH self as a candidate for elections predecessor, Jim Maddox, who resigned, Florida and the STATE BOARD Of of Florida. -
in 'COUNTY COUl'IISSiONEIlDISTIUC'I' and am trying to make the county a EDUCATION of the State of Florida
county commissioner at Felda FOR : : ,offer for .SPESSARD L. HOLLAND
NO. 3 good commissioner. In asking to be sale and will receive competi- Governor.
We democratic primary in May. elected to the office, I promise to give tive bids In Tallahassee, Florida, at ATTEST:
in the best service possible to Felda and 12:00: o'clock NOON April 11th, 1944, F. C. Elliot, Secretary, Trustees
Atchley, who 'owns property To the Voters of Hendry County: I the county as a whole, Just as I* am for lands In HENDRY COUNTY, Flor- Colin English, Secretary, State Board
LJihelte. Clewistoh and Felda, is adative wish to announce that I am a candi-Dis- doing this term. I will be grateful for ida, described as follows: of Education.

of Sevier County, Tenn. He date trict for No. County 3. I have Commissioner been a_resident for _of your vote and support.ASA TOWNSEND.Thank you. South S& ,of Range Section 32 16 East, Township, containing 45 No. 53-M"ch 10, 17, 24, 31, Apr. 7.Johnson's .

VAs' born "and reared on a farm, this section for 31 years and am very (Paid :Political Advertisement.) 320 acres;
much interested in county affairs.
naught school there and served as a asking for your vote and support I E% of Section 15, Township 46

.member of the board of ,education. promise. If elected, to give to my district FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER South, Range 32 East, containing
and county at large the best. DISTRICT NO.1' 320 acres, (subject to Grazing 'Fish CampNear
Eleven years ago he came to Flor- service of which I am capable. Most Lease which expires December 16,

'..da. Since then 'he has gained ex- sincerely, I This will announce my candidacyfor 1946); ( Hurricane Gate)
both PAUL O'BANNON. ,;.1 re-election to the office of county E/4 of Section 16, Township 47
'perience in postal work as a (Paid Political Advertisement., ) I commissioner district number 1, sub- South, Range 34 East, containing Clewiston, ,Fla.
",clerk 'at an air, base and assisting j ject to .the May' primaries. I am concluding 320 acres; Boats and Motors-Guide ,Service "-
is at I'0 my second term in this capacity EIof Section 27, Township 47
Mrs. who postmaster
Atchley Rates
COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT : : and invite a careful Inspectionof South Range 34 East, containing Reasonable I
Felda.In NO. r -FEI.DA my record as your commissioner 320 acres. I 'v. H. Johnson, Mgr. t
for this
making his announcement THIS NOTICE is published in ,
vote and will be appreciated -
H G. Atchley candidate. Your sup- support .
'which appears elsewhere in this edi- ----
port in the first primary will be ap-
tion of the News, Atchley says, preciated and if honored with the ( GLEN E. ETHERTON.Paid .
nomination and election I pledge to
"Your support in the first primary administer the duties, of this office In

'will be appreciated and if honored I a fair, impartial and businesslikemanner FOIl COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTThis
without fear or favor. Thanking :- FRIEND
with the nomination and election, HELPER
II I you in advance for your active Is to announce that I 'am seek-
sledge to administer the duties of support and vote. ing ,the office ,of County .Superintendent and

'this office in a fair, impartial and Sincerely, of Public Instruction subject to
the wishes of the voters In the May
busfncss-lilce manner, without fear ( Political Advertisement.) primary. If elected, I will work for -.
'or favor. Thank you in advance for the best interests of the schools of I
Hendry county and In every way pos- / te 5 ut-kerH T"rHteI
your active support and rote. < FOR COUN"rCOnIlS: IOXERDIS'rRIC'l' sible endeavor to Justify the confi-
NO.4. dence you place in me. I will deeply
appreciate your vote and support.
I wish to announce that I am a can- Thank you. ,
POLITICAL I didate for County Commissioner for :MRS. HOMER TAYLOR.,
District No.4, Denaud, subject to the (Paid Political Advertisement.) /r Y'y
ANNOUNCEMENTS I decision of the voters in the :May pri-
maries. I have lived in Hendry countyfor
49 and Interested in its FOR COUXTY COMMISSIONER
years am ,
I progress and welfare, and. if elected, I DISTRICT 'NO. .iDEXAUD'I
"FOR CONSTABLE, DISTRICT NO. 1 will devote my best efforts to servingthe
best interests of the county and wish to announce to .the voters of
Hendry county that I ar a candidatefor
its people.
I have qualified as candidate for reelection .
1 reelection to the office of County
to tile office of constable for HAR\JEY DYHSS. I
Commissioner of district No.4, whichis
I (Paid Palitical Advertisement)
District 1.
Fort Denaud. I am serving my first
I have served four years as your term in office and can honestly say!
constable, and six years as deputy that during this time I have done my I
sheriff and city marshall! in Clewiston.I best to familiarize myself with the affairs -
have worked constantly to keep this
clean, law-abiding community andI I I hereby announce myself as a can- of my district and the county as
a a whole to the end that I might be
want to continue to keep it this way. didate for the office of Sheriff of Hen-
dry County, Florida. Having served as able to give an efficient as well as conscientious -
Your vote and support ;will be
Justice of the Peace for a number of administration. In asking
preciated. I. S. BELL SR.Paid ap-I years, I feel that I am fully qualifiedand I for another term, I pledge my best efforts -
in a continuance of the same
capable holding and conducting
( Palitical Advertisement) i
the affairs of this most. important.. office policy. Your vote and support in the
id U an efficient, economical and :Map: ,primary will be appreciated. Use the EXT help
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: business-like manner. A. J. KVERS. Qr/i y y!,
DISTRICT XO. 2 I have been a resident of Hendry (Paid Political Advertisement.) .
County for 21 years and feel that I ,

I wish to announce my candidacy know the people and their problems.If FOR; COUNTY COMMISSIONER: # ? 7//
'for the office of county commissioner elected, I shall endeavor to give DISTRICT XO. 3
District No. 2. Hendry County sub- them my wholehearted cooperation in
ject to the Democratic primaries in every respect. Your vote and. supportwill "W. N. (Bill) Stallings| announces his tiSStf
May. be greatly appreciated.G. candidacy for the office of county
Your vote and support Will be great- H. SMALL. commissioner for district No. 3, Hendry I ..
ly appreciated. (Paid Political Advertisement) County. Florida. He has been a resi- N the present emergency-with the Government calling on

J., C. JACKMAN. ..., dent of the county since its creationand American
1:Paid Political Advertisement.) Is deeply interested in its progress. Farmers to plant 16,000,000 acres more than lastyear's

VOR.. COUNTY COMMISSIONER! He hopes to have the opportunity
I DISTRICT No. 2 and pleasure of serving you, and will I record total-the Standard Oilman, is living up to his

FOR SHERIFF de it to the very best of his ability. reputation as a "friend and of the Southern Farmer."
I advertisement is to announce He will appreciate' your vote and
I wish to announce my candidacy that I am a candidate the office of support In the May primary. He is doing this service and
? by rendering helpful giving
for the office of Sheriff of Hendry County. Commissioner in District No. (Paid Political Advertisement, ) '">
County subject to the Democratic 2, Hendry County, in the coming Dem- experienced advice on the wartime maintenance of farm machinery
ocratic Primary I
primaries in May. am particularly
The idea" of being a candidate was qualified for this office since I am a I FOR COUNTY'JUDGE, and by supplying dependable fuels and lubricants.
suggested by friends and is agreeableto lawyer a civil engineer, and in addi-
desires. I tion, have served as a County Commissioner hereby announce my candidacy for
my believe that ac- With tank-trucks
my reelection operating out of, over 500 bulk delivery
to the office of County Judgeof
"quaintance with the county and its and Chairman for Hendry .....
people qualify me for this important I County. My record in the past will Hendry County subject to the demo- points, there's a Standard Oil man serving community-
'office. stand up for itself. I promise the same cratic primary in May. I have madea your
Your vote and support will be efficient, competent, courageous and sincere effort to conduct 'the affairsof I wherever
ap, understanding administration coun- the office In such a manner as to you are. Always a good man to know, he can be

preciated.HULBERT M. POLLARD. ty affairs that I gave the people of justify my request for another terns especially helpful now in keeping your
{Paid Political Advertisement.) Hendry County before.I and if reelected, will continue to give
,.. will appretiate your vote and, sup- the same conscientious and efficient farm machinery "Fit and Fighting."
port. service. Your vote and support will
CI/J IU{ OF CIRCUIT COURT Very sincerely, be appreciated. Thank you.

This is to announce that I am a (Paid Political Announcement) I (Paid Political Advertisement.) Your Standard Oil man will be glad to give

't andidate for reelection to the officeof you a FREE copy of this 64-page Manual
Clerk of the Circuit Court subject to f'OI I FOR SIIEUIFP
the primary in May. IH once more CLERIC OF COURT r on Wartime Machinery Maintenance. It will

:asking the vete and support of the 'I wish to announce that I am a candidate help you keep your machinery infighting trim.
voters of Hendry county I offer the I wish to announce my candidacy for the office of Sheriff of Hen-
experience gained through years of for the office of clerk of the circuit dry county subject to the democratic
past service and a renewed pledge of court of Hendry county, subject to the primary May 9th. If elected, I will
continued honesty, -efficiency: nnd the May primary., I have been a resident conduct the office in an efficient and {
same fair treatment to all at all times. I of Hondjy county for sixteen years. If business like manner to the best interests rE
Thank you.WILLIAM. elected will conduct the affairs of the I of all. Your vote and support 4..
T. (TOM) HULL. I I office in an efficient and businesslike will be greatly appreciated. r
respectfully solicited. (Paid Political, Advertisement.)
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER! I, (Paid, Political _Advertisement.) .--------------------------- --- --- ..
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wish to announce that I am :a.! f" . '
candidate for reelection to the office FOR CotivTY COMMISSIONER: ; .J i S TA N ,8 "
of. county Commissioner of District DISTRICT; : S :

No. 2, cast LaBelle, subject to the will '
of the voters of Hendry; county in the This is to announce that I am in the .: .
,1 May 2 primary. Members of the county race; for County Commissioner of Dis- t a 3 !I FO R Democracy
; : board saw fit to make me chairman trict Nd: 3. LaBelle, subject to the
when I was first elected four wishes of the voters of Hendry count :
rears:!. ago, aad again two years ago es expressed in tale May 2 primary. \t IHHH ST Bureaucracy
an honor which I deeply appreciated. I am a lifetime re dent of this section
Since I have been in office I have and deeply interested in its welfareand
! tried to serve my district and the development. To this "
, end, if elect-
county at large to the best of my abil 1 I ed. I will give the'best service of which ,
.ity. This I will continue to do, if re- I am capable. Your v6te andsupport; I :: J U G E J. 0 L LIE
elected. The vote and support of the I will be greatly appreciated. Thank: i
.people of the county will be appreciated I!I you. I ,
Thank you. !I I R- BAVALDRON.. '
J. O. DA VID OX. I I I (Paid Political Advertisement..)
(Paid Palitlcal Advertisement) j jCOUXTY

J I wish to .
--- I announce that 'I am a candidate i ,

candidate This is for to announce reelection that I am"a II I I I Sheriff for of .Hendry reelection county to the at office the primary of- !: Candidate for the Office of
to the office'of
County Commissioner of election in May. I have tried to I
S No. 3, west" LnCelle. In the past District 1 have I conduct the office in a manner to jus- ,

'devoted interests myself of mdistrict to working and for the the'county best- j ate tify your another vote term'and and support I will I I UNITED STATES SENATOR .'

as a whole. I am rounding'oft ; BILL \ appreci-I'
my (Paid
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Lex IT'S TIME TO STOP ambitious and scheming men )
i from grabbing for more power.,


'" I. IT'S TIME TO RETURN our government to the peo- .

FOItGOVERNOR' pie from ,whom it derived. Friday Night, March 24th

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dryM, I IF YOU DISAPPROVE of Government by BureauStation WAAC Andcrats

; i j % s \ :', If You Believe in Constitutional government
t ; ; ": ', by elected representatives of the people VOTE for WV AIYI, /lOJr. 1V1..

t FARMER BLACKSMITHTEACHER ., :* J. OLLIE EDMUNDS in the coming Democratic Primary

':rr" ,. LEGISLATOR I May 2nd. '

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y I _ - - - MAIL THIS COUPON. _, poP'
ktc; He has a broad understanding

of Florida'sar and 'postwar Friends of J. OLLIE EDMUNDS, ,

problems. 414-16 REALTY BUILDING -
'JACKSONVILLE 2, FLORIDA. Please count on my active support and vote for -

i\ .. J. Ollie Edmunds as United States Senator from Florida in '

FOB UNITY ix I< I the coming Democratic Primary,,May 2nd, 1944. "''

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CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY J I L. Lott, Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs. In asking for another term in office reelection, for the privilege at:

CHURCH |i J." I'. Morrison, Mrs. C. J. Nielsen. 1 Poole says; "In the past I have serving another term, my only '
[ Mrs W. C. Owen. Mrs C. M. Pirkle,
devoted myself to working for the pledge is to continue to give honest :
I [ Personals] SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1944 Mrs. G. N. Pitzen, Mrs. G. B.
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. straw, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, nack-I best interests of my district and the and efficient service. Your vote and: ;

r E. Gericke, superintendent Classes C. Wilson, Mrs Essie Moorman and county as a whole. In asking for support will be appreciated." ;:::j
[ Mrs. M. T. Hood. I
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Mrs. W. C. Nail I I, Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. A ,I . ......... ....... .... . . '. . .. ... ... J
spent Wednesdayin : for small children is eon-, Mrs. L. D. N. NNHNNN. . .;N. .IN. .N. .N.I;NN. .N..H.....;...N.I.NNNI. ...NNNNI. ...NNNNN. ..C..,V>.>.:.t..,>".:* .>. >i w t""
Moore Haven visiting her sister, ; nursery Leydig :: >,. :
ducted by the Motheis1 Club at the
Mrs. S. C. Stalls 'j
1 __ 'I' Community Center. : ,s. .
"Our Belief in the Church" is the: {Continued- from Page 1.) :; Presented By The Seniors :.tt
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Mrs. Foy Durrence and Bonnie !, I satisfied only by work done by her r
of the minister's sermon: .
Faye Durrence are visiting Mrs. Don-|i subject own hands and the exquisite quilts I :: ::. ',;:
J This is the Sunday for the dedication ... .
nie Durrence in Fort Myeis.Mr. I which she made in astounding numbers '' "

.' and :Mrs. R. Y. Patterson of the of church yearly: pledges to the'work ,' have received wide praise. :::!:: "Aunt Abby Answers An Ad" : ::: 'f

Funeral services .
'I were held at the .:. I I'i'
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were business visitors in West Palm Clewiston ,'. ,.!,
Community ,
Church Wed- '
Beach Thursday. H. C. Meador, Pastor nesday afternoon with the minister, .:. 3-Act Comedy ,.!.. .:J
Rev./David C. Hancock, officiating I ':. ., '. ',I I'i'
W. I. Lawson was a business visi- K ';' I
at the simple, short
Sunday School!9:45) a. m. services. The y .. '..
/' tor in Jacksonville the first of the Worship-11:00 church altar where the casket stood I 'i' '!. I II
Morning a. m.
J week. 1 I Training Union-6:45 p. m. was banked with lovely flowers, I I:;: FRID Y.MARCH31, SUGARLAND. ::1: ;
mute testimony of the love
I 'Evening 'Worship.:00 p. m many I
Miss Pearl Lund leaves Sunday for :*: :: .
REVIVAL BEGINS THIS SUNDAY friends. Close beside the casket ; PARK AUDITORIUM ; ;
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her home, in Erie Penn., after
was placed a floral pillow "
-ReV. J. W. Jelks of Lakeland, 's' J _
spending:a few months in Clewiston. Florida, will begin the series of blossoms from the family flower y y 1 1ELECT

special revival services at the First I garden. :;: Admission 40c Time 8:15 1 :: >
:Mr. and Mrs Thomas ;
B. Shelley Baptist Church\this Sunday Dennis At the services a 'quartette, J. E. v
of Miami spent the week end here Small, of LaBelle, will lead the sing I Beardsley, W. N. Martin, Mrs. D. C. X

... visiting Mr. and Mrs E. E. Kelly. ing. We wish to extend a cordial I Hancock and Mrs Joseph Robbins, 'II I .. ........ .. .... .. .. ..................... ....
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+ -- invitation to every one to attend all accompanied by Mrs. J. H. Doty, I.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Allhands of of these services. The morning! sang' "Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me," and
\ Belle Glade attended the funeral of service will begin at 8:30 a. m., and I I "Abide With Me." JI

Mrs I. D. Leydig here Wednesday close at 10:30' a. m. One hour only. Interment was in .West Palm I
The evening services! will begin at I I Beach cemetery.
'----- ,,,8 p. m. There 'will be a period of I I

Mr.to and Mrs. Arch Minnesota Simmons have great: gospel singing which you will Geo. Poole Announces xt Dwight L. Rogers
gone Rochester ,where enjoy participating in and then thepreacher's I 1: :
Mr. Simmons is entering Mayo
message. For Re-election YOURCONGRESSMAN !
Clinic for treatment. L
Again we, say bring your I

Foy Dunence ,was called to Griffin friends.You will note the time for our [I George L. Poole--who has lived: !

\. ,J'\b; Ga., the latter part of the week evening services chaijges today. 1 in Hendry county all of his life, an-

by the illness of his, mother; Mrs. Training union begins at 6:45 p. m. nounced this week that he is 'a While serving in the Florida,

I Leona Durrence. Evening services begins at 8 p. m. candidate for reelection as county Legislature he gave us:
1, The circles of the W. M. S. will commissioner of District No.3, La- J' ..

Miss ,Barbara Morrison has ac- | meet as follows: The Lorine Tol- Belle. His announcement appears Homestead
cepted a government position In ford Circle at the home of Mrs. Gor- elsewhere in this edition of the

Washington, D. C., and has gone don Bembry Tuesday, 3:30 p. m.: News. I Exemption

there to reside. The Kathelene Mallory Circle meetsat Poole is rounding out his second I s
r_ the home of Mrs. J. E. Elder Tues term as a member of the county i "<< (freeing your home from taxes)

Mrs Clyde W.' Stephens, accompanied day at 3:30 p. m. board having been elected as commissioner : Send him to CONGRESS to
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< further reduce taxes and simplify -
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her mother, of District
Mrs. W. L. No. 3 for the ]
Brantley: to Orlando this week. Miss 'I Garden Club Will first time in 1940. During these n income tax returns.
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: Brantley has entered a hospital there I years: on the board he feels he has j Lqic4 (Political Adv paid for by
_ t for medical treatment.. Continue Another Year gained much useful knowledge and j V '44 i/4 homeowners.)
.J __ experienc which could be used to |
Mr. and Mrs. James Skoules, of the benefit of county affairs during -
,, Cleveland, Ohio, are visiting Mr. and Garden Club members, at theirregular" the next two years. .1
Mrs. W. N. Martin and family. Mrs. meeting yesterday afternoon,

Skoules. is the mother of Mr. Martin -' tion decided as a to Garden continue Club their for organiza-another i *:;::N:":":":":":"':":"l<":"'l"l"l":":":":'":':":'.:NN:..:NL:..:..:..:NN:..:..:..:..:..:..: ":..:...:...:..:..:..:-:...:...:..:..:..:M:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..,:..:..:..:..:...:..:...:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..]s"i -

I year. The decision was made after j i ::: ::::
I quite a bit of discussion as to t.
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whether the club should continue Il :
, FOURTH BIRTHDAY PAnTY I under war-time conditions. Since it I ::: ;; ." :sI
.:. l +
,is the only woman's civic organization I :
J rif; '" Mrs. Philip Thielen entertained i ./ .i :::
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in the town, .
the members were II ,
.with anpaity Thursday afternoon to,' '.." ,
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of the opinion that it
'I should carryon .
celebrate the fourth birthday of i':' .. 's"
as well as possible. j '' ?-. J J "s"I
her I[
son Philip, Jr. The
j youngsters Mrsr.. L. Lott, president of the ::: tp. :s:
L enjoyed an hour of various I hI
Jf\ after which favors, were distributed.games ''I club, presided .at the meeting, which I .A:. ''. : .:'
heard excellent
r Mrs. Thielen, assisted by several reports from com- l VV
:'. mittee chairmen. Mrs. W. Dean ,
of ,
: the mothers, served ice
cream and '.' 's'i
King, chairman of the .
library committee -
j; cake to Martha Davis Mada :i: :::
| announced the gift of 'I. t ,4'SX :
len, Janice Daigle, Patty Thie-I .:. '. .,' 'f'
from Clarence R. Bitting for the library -;' cpS y
Holoubek Gayle Geiger Judy I .. 040I.
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She also reported that the .,. .
tin, Lynn .
Vaughn, Theresa Seegers, > '" ..
library, which '
began three years ago : :
Jimmy Pitzen, I.
..... Penny Brower; Elizabeth DeVal- I with 500 books now has on. hand yI

.:' court, Jimmy Olden and 'Hot Shot' 1678- books.
';; Hicks. Mrs. E.: L. Stewart, chairman of ? *

,', the civic committee, reported that I + .
'Ii the canning center at Hooker's Point .

'' HOLDS CATHOLIC MONTHLY LADIES MEETINGThe CLUB was filling a real' need and that .:.. .,..1, I
i housewives were putting it to an I .y:. .p
M even greater use than had been an- t
f:' Catholic Ladles Club held its ticipated. I .:. '," y Qt di"1
She called attention of I
:, monthly meeting ? I I"j II
f at the Rectors y the members to the excellent equip I I
r"s Monday night with Mrs E. F.)')ment which is available to them at I'I' .;. .:' .
: Powers
presiding. v
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the % '
cener. ,
five The Club voted to make a gift of !j I There was a display of flower ar- I :.;:.: ';:, ':,. '
dollars from its J
Treasury to the
rangements, garden products and ',' S 's.
Red Cross War Fund. I home ::::
canning after the meeting. :!: :
..... '/"'" Members present also decided toagain Next mouth there will be a quiz .:. ':', "1X
'. sponsor the summer school I, program and the annual election of 'i': :5; z" !r : 1Jv X's"
for children
which is taught by i I officers. Hostesses, Mrs. W. W. :
[ Sisters from Palm Beach. I Perry, Mrs C. M. Pirkle, Mrs; G. N. :;: ': :: "

There was a splendid attendance [ Pitzen, Mrs E. F. Powers, served .:' ':;:r" : : .;
at the .
; : meeting refreshments to Mrs. J. E. ::
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: ley, Mrs.! G. H. Blown, Mrs.Deards-I ,.:; .' ',.Y $j
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:. i i is Hall, Mrs. H. A. W. Hedke, Mrs. O. :!: I :;:
:: Just Received an in- I JA.I I Jones, Mrs.: W.' D. King, Mrs. W. I : ,
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of 50
creaser Clewis- Iv :
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ton News'each week. !? :

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Yi countess Then Confusion Meets Elman ReignsWhile p. :THE_!__ CHEERFUL CHERUBm I!

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in Europe, the world- AltWX I h%ve. lot ..

famous violinist, Mischa Elman, Agricultural ReadjustmentSeen IiWNU ofJoe.. f

was introduced one evening to an And lack both friends

elderly, I'm viscountess."Oh so happy. to meet you," Postwar 'Must' Srn1 and mone.y

she exclaimed. "The last time I as In a.ll 'my darkesttra.gedltrs

saw you, you were just a curly- Robert ,Ripley's exploiter reports ,:
haired boy'of ten in a velvet suit." that Ripley is the researcher on it

"That must have been very'long Farmer-Educator Stresses Need for More .' That Herr Goering's first name, I still see..5omething.
Herman from Jewish doctor 6
ago," said the violinist. "My son came a -

is older than that." Efficient Farming, More Attractive Life I Herman. Eppstein, of Tyrol, Aus- cvnny. a
tria Goering's father was Gov-
? she said, politely.
"Is so
"And does your son play the violin, In Order to Maintain Production.WNU ernor of German East Africa. A J.tA""

widower, who couldn't take along his
infant son-so he boarded him with

"A little," replied Elman. Dr. Eppstein The physician DWNU
"How nice!" gushed the By BAUKHAGE
\ I raised the boy-sent him through
News Analyst and Commentator.be '
viscountess. "Maybe some "dayhe'll school in Bavaria and paid the tui-. "
Heifetz! Features.'
become another Service, Union Trust Building, (2)) Decreasing the output per man tion until he graduated as a lieutenant -

Washington, D. C. in agriculture operations cutting .' Dr. Eppstein passed on in "

Ever since the beginning of the down its hours or doing away with 1935 No. 2 Nazi Goering'at-

Folks tended the funeral When he
How Sluggish year, Washington has realized that some of the mechanization. entered the CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT' i
one of the most important problems (3), Development of greater self- synagogue, pausedat
the door and asked if he should
Get Happy ReliefWHEN before it is demobilization.It sufficiency on the part of the farm-
wear or remove his hat Ripley I
isn't a future problem. It's ers themselves.
adds: "In case you didn't know, the
here. .(4) (Something we would hardly
< I name Winchell in German means r
Nearly: a ,million and a quartermen want to see) Immigration to less developed I divining rod, the instrument that de- ;:PERFUMES '

have already been dischargedfrom countries, except, of course, tects the truth." NEW SOLIDIFIED block type SACHET "'
the army ,and navy since Pearl in the case of places like Alaska, holds lovelv perfumes. Beautiful Rift ",

Harbor. More than 50,000 were where there is a need of settlers. In the package.Cedar Grove$1.00., )'. lYNNE: Agents. URQUHART.wanted. :
physically "disabled," but exceptingthe foyer of the Barberry Room'the
Another danger which besets the
other night Raymond Paige took
severely wounded, most of these
can be absorbed into civilian activi- farmer and which regional planning this snapshot A corporal notic- Business Opportunities 1
avert is the sense of insecurity
ties. ing a colonel losing one of his eagles i
on, the part of the farm people, Earn $5,000 annually as my co-partner InSI1'aJl
,Reconversion of our economic and -meekly offered to pin it back town enterprises. Your success guar. #
due to the tendency toward tenant "Thanks Particulars free.' Enclose lOc '
grumped the colonel, mailing: ex
social structure is beginning.Two Hill's, Box ,
operation of farms under short-time pense. : 1610 Birmingham Ala.
at damb things catch on every-
weeks I discussed
tenures, which 'naturally leads to in- "
CONSTIPATION makes yon feel some length in this column, the thing.
punk as the dickens, brings on stomach George reconversion. Since ; efficient farming, bad living conditions "Gee, sir," was the reply, "I wishI Ball Bearings as Jewels
upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take / on :: lack of continuity. had your troubles!1" Ball bearings have been produced
Dr.Caldwell's famous medicine to quickly then has'come the Baruch report on Then of is the
course, there an- so small they can be used (, -
i pall the trigger on lazy "innards", and the same subject, which was rapidly -
cient bugbear of farming, to replace jewels in watch
one-crop 'move-
feel bright and chipper again.DR. :
help you followed by executive action. It Bigtown Murals: At about 8:30
partly inherited from days ments.
CALDWELL'S is the wonderful senna looked as if congress and the White and the other Monday night (during a
in cotton
laxative contained in good old Syrup Pep- particularly'noticeable
House were in a race to see who I heavy rainstorm) a packed Amster-
tin to make it so easy to take. agriculture. Another factor is the
would be first to start the colossal I dam Avenue trolley stopped at 128th
labor situation in
DOCTORS preparations
MANY use pepsin wage particular j
Street. breathe freer almost
The conductor outwentto You -
in to make the medicine more got
job.While localities (also a heritage of another Instantly: as just
,', palatable and agreeable to take. So be sure attention is being centeredon day) which results in living a bar and grill-ordered two sand- p 2 drops Penetro Nose

} your laxative is contained Syrup Pepsin. readjustment of industry, less at- conditions poor and wiches' and a beer-while the pas- n Drops open your cold-
and unproductive un- clogged nose to give
r.: INSIST ON DR.CALDWELL'S-the favorite tention has been paid publicly to the sengers waited 20 minutes The / your bead cold air.
that wholesome satisfactory work. Other disturbing 11/IT
and feel
of millions for 50
years newsreel theater Caution: Use only asdirected.
in the Grand Cen-
t-. relief from constipation. Even finicky 'necessary readjustments in agriculture factors are the use submarginal 25c 2%times
r", children love it. which must come. Because lands located farms tral Station. It features a clock to as much for 60c. Get

t<.', CAUTION: Use only as directed.DIUILPWEfl'S. many_starving' peoples will have ,to and ,then or, unsuitably of course, the problem of the right of the screen, The Penetro Nose Drops

fed for some two years after the clock is- set, two minutes fast-so
the with
exhaustion of resources the
[ war is over, the demand on the conservation.It spectators won't miss trains .
counter-measure of
farmers for .production of food and ,The clock at the near-by Commo- Sized Up C

textiles should continue on somewhatthe is pointed out that ,the situation dore Hotel bar is set three minutes Shopper-These gloves are about
i- which met the pioneer in America three sizes too small.
: SENNA LAXATIVE same basis as at present. But ahead. Indicating that you can, get

adjustments' have to be made resulted incertain definite tenden- away from a newsreel sixty seconds Wartime Clerk-Well, didn't you
co WIH SYRUP PEPSINIndia's cies' 'and traditions affecting the ask for kid
whether or not this high rate of sooner than you can part from a gloves? _
American attitude toward
agricul- drink.
> production is maintained because
1$' changes in economic life ture. These pioneer conditions, of
any our
ceased when there *YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM
course, were no
t"': Sacred Cows are bound to affect the farmers. The defacing of St. Patrick's

s L Dairying in India hardly can be One of the most important recent more good, new lands which couldbe Cathedral and other churches by
opened But their effect liveson HOT FIASSIf
"r:; called efficient, with the average contributions to this planning for'the and has up.affected land policiesever some crackpot reminds us of ,what

k. cow producing only 87 gallons of adjustment of agriculture has been since. happened in Paris at the Place de you suffer' from hot 'flashes, '",

milk The average. made .by Dr. Murray R. Benedict, la Concorde when the Nazis marched,
) per year. .- cow Dr. Benedict lays'gre t stress on weak, nervous, cranky feelings, area ,
j Wisconsin farm who is in Ten German Lands bit blue ,
c in Holland produces just 10 times a boy now a army at times-due to the >
the fact that land policies which
.", as much, or 875 gallons a year. professor of agriculture in the Uni- held a concert and 8,000 Frenchmen' functional "middle-age" period .
were well suited to the pioneer do peculiar to
'.' 'The United States average is 550 versity of California.* He points out were forced to assemble Pinkham's ,women-try Lydia E.
not fit in at all with our modern Compound -
l ,. gallons per cow. in a very thorough study' of "Farm and he emphasizes heavilythe Through the microphone the assem- to relieve such symptoms. Taken

People and the Land After the War," economy blage was asked: "Who doesn't regularly-Plnkham's Compound -

released by the National Planning need of altering the tenantfarmer speak German?" The whole crowd helps build up resistance against
situation. In the old days a man, such distress. It helps nature
association, that if we want our peo- if conditions raised their' hands, and a picturewas Also a fine stomachic tonic. Fol-

ple to be adequately and suitably were unsatisfactory, taken Which showed up in low label directions.

I I fed, and if we want our farmers and could pack his family'and belongingsin South America via the Goebbels LYDIA L PINKIIAM'S COMPOAUNDAL

t+ot+E farm workers to be ,satisfied, farm- a covered wagon,,cross the range propaganda machine-with this cap-
and stake out fresh claim for him-
l ing will have to be' made more effi-' a tion: "French crowds acclaiming
SAFER self. Now if he has of his
no place
cient and farm life more attractive German army in Paris with Nazi

36TABIETS20 IOOTABIETS35* both as a business and as away of own, he has to work on someoneelse's salute" Dismiss this incidentat VEGETABLE '
terms and like it.
WORLDS LARGEST SELLER ATKX life. these worshipping shrines as the .

"The past two decades have job of those desperately trying to itLxative'

Political Reaction brought clearly into view," says Dr. cause disunity and trouble. '

Meal of Popcorn Unfortunately, there is a great Benedict, ". the insecurity and I For' Headache

,Popcorn often formed an entire danger that such efforts will be frus- destructiveness of the American sys- The Wireless: "The Song of Ber- ; iia Sour Stomach '

meal at luncheons of colonia trated owing to the very natural tem of tenancy, the rapid deterioration nadette," so beautiful, to read and and Dizzy when '

ladies. political reaction of 'a democratic of soils, and the increasing dif- see, suffers from the slows on the Spells Con-
cJ 'I caused by
country, long under federal regulation ficulty with which able young farm- kilocycles.. It comes to the ears as stipation. Use ":,,

r M which is necessary in wartime. ers can become established on the ham-heavy, which it never is be- only as directed .....

Once peace returns, a .iee peopleis land." tween covers and on the screen J 15 doses for -

Beware Coughs anxious to throw out its chest and Three ImprovementsHe The west coast comics "localed" you II only 10 cents.

start off lustily, paddling its owncano'e dizzy with their jibes at California's ;
believes that wise legislation
from common colds again.It unusual weather. What you might
could be put into action and three
must be remembered that ,
up call house-organ'comedy, strictly for -
That Hang On until 1870, the condition of agricul-, important improvements could be the family ".-. One coast announcer '.J
about '
brought, : ;
ture the
shaped entire of
anatomy ((1) Powerful incentive for the ten- got a mouthful of esses, and it came --- ,
Creomulsion relieves promptly be- the American body economic
out: "Upton Close on the Noose"
cause it goes right to the seat of the political-social. After 1870, indus- ant to conserve< the soil since he i The Sanctified by Affliction :
guffaw'of the month
trouble to help loosen and would the benefits.
expel reap Under affliction 'we should seek
developed, to the
try point where it
laden phlegm and aid uttered by 'a Berlin radio expert '
germ (2)) Much careful selection of
more. not merely to be supported but to
became the tail that
soothe and heal raw, tender Inflamed wagged the named Von Hammer, who whim-
:: bronchial tenants, since removal of poor ten- be sanctified by.it.-O. S. Marden.
mucous mem- agricultural dog.
that "the Red
pered Army is using
,, 'branes.Tell your druggist to sell ants would be,more difficult.
you Since 1870, the percentage of the
unmannerly military tactics" -. .
: ,B bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding (3) Improved community status of
'.=!'it" you must like the way it population engaged in nonagricultural those tenants who become estab- Fulton Lewis' blast at 'certain con- I INeed
''''''', Quickly allays the cough or you are activities has remained either gressional under-the-belters was RHEUMATIC PAIN
\ lished under of this
,. :, to have your money back.CREOMULSION. about stable or, has shown a slight kind. arrangements ear-arresting John B. Kennedy not DaySet'after It Now

: increase. The farm population was also,,aroused into slugging backat Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve -
of the
Such is brief
showed a decrease until now whenit a summary' them. pain of muscular rheumatismand
; for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis has become fairly stabilized at goals studied in typical researchnow other rheumatic pains. Caution:

),. about 30 million. being done for the benefit of the Use only as directed. First bottle
farmer. Quotation Marksmanship: Ethel purchase price back if not satisfied.

Russian Enterprise It would be possible, provided cer- Unfortunately, however, as I said'' Smith: She was the light of his life, 60c and $1,00. Today, buy C-2223.
tain "
definite steps were taken eitherto but it turned into
an awful glare. .
I About 144 varieties of medicinal increase the number earlier, politics is bound to play a
of'paying powerful role in the effort to secure Ambrose Bierce: Woman would be WNU..;:..7 11:44Help :
plants are being cultivated in the farm jobs or to achieve greater
production more charming if one could fall into
and with selfish
legislation" -
Kiev area of Russia. with a fewer number of any ,
arms without falling into her
interests will make the chief
workers, so that we could have
moreor obstacle. hands Eleanor Roosevelt: No

less farmers, according to, production Circumstances will force action in one can make you feel inferior with-

t r SKIN IRRITATIONS OF needs and still'make it remunerative regard to the reconversion and ad- out your consent Mme. Deluzy:
A coquette is a woman 'without i a
justment of industry in the present
:; Acne pimples eczema, factory dermatitis According to Dr. Benedict, the nor- session of but it would be heart who makes a fool of a man Them Cleanse the Bloodof

(;4 ,ample ringworm,tetter,salt rheum, mal birth rate keeps the farm popu- an optimist congress indeed who would who has no head D. R. Hen- Harmful Body Waste :"

brokenout lation just about stable unless sharp farm pre- derson: The V for Victory is only Your kidney we constantly filtering
that constructive
; ing and of these miseries shifts to and from the farm are legisla- half the W for 'waste matter from the blood stream.But I =:'
:, soreness with tion could be carried out in an elec- Work -. Christopher kidneys sometimes lag m their work-do
ample home treatment. Goes to work at made. The shifts do come and they Morley: There is so much for not act as Mature intended-fail to remove
once. Aids healing, works the antiseptic throw the whole farm picture out tion year. The farm lobby is one me impurities that, if retained may
Use Black and to say but your eyes keep interrupting the the whole
way. White Ointment onlyas of the most powerful in congressbut poison system and upset
directed. lOc, 25c, 50o sizes.25 years' kilter. This is where the tail exertedby me ." .'B. Lytton: A stiff man, body machinery. I
euccesa. Money-back guarantee. Vital wagging the dog comes in, for in unfortunately pressure Symptoms may be nagging backache ::tt.
starched with self-esteem headache,attacks of dizziness,
Garry persistent
it frequently fails to have for its
in ia
cleansing good soap. Enjoy fa- time of 1
depression, of course, in- 'getting up nights, swelling, puffinccs ,
: He 'J
off their
mous Black and White Skin Soap daily. dustrial workers seek livelihood objective the general good of ,the I sweeps women under the eyes-a feeling of nervous :;
on country. Proponents of certain feet-a Beau Broomel. anxiety and loss o: pep and strength. .
the farm and, therefore, have a ten- Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder -
dency to glut the market-in timeof measures may be really honest in are sometimes burning i scanty or )i
AT expressing the wish of their particular $64 Question: The President, they too frequent urination.
boom the farm
boy deserts the There should be no doubt that prompt
SIGN constituents but the farm say, was asked (by a reporter) to .
j; FIRST'D fields for the cities and the better- prob- treatment is wiser than neglect. Use C. '
lem in America is so closely inter- name the member of the United Na- Doan't Pill,. Doan'e have been winning :.
paying jobs. : new friend for more than forty years. :
tions he
woven with every phase of our life, considered the most impor- They have a nation-wide reputation. 1

c.: Four Major Factors social as well as economic, that to tant ally. "Is it Great Britain, Chinaor ,Are recommended by grateful people the I,
666 country over. Ask your neighbor I
There are four factors which can envision it properly one must con- Russia? j

USE take up or let out the slack: sider the welfare of" the entire nation "I'll ask you one," FDR said. ,

'- e66 TABLETS. SALVE NOSE DROPS \ (1) A larger demand for farm not the special interests of-anyone "Which is _the most important leg 1
products at' home or abroad. particular locality. on a three-legged_ stool?" .


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* SUNDAY Lesson

A teaspoon of glycerine added to Your
used kitchen
By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. I fats, uselessto
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. each pint of rinsing water makes you, are sorely needed, and sav-
Released by Western Newspaper Union.
woolens like new. ing them is a small but important

nn a ne8 .. service to your country. Turn in

H Lesson for March 26 Save brooms from extra wear by every ounce you have.

hanging or standing them on the ,

.' Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected handle endA weekly rinsing in Drop a piece of bread in a kettle
and copyrighted by International hot soap suds will aid in lengthening when cooking cabbage or cauli-.
"I Old Favorites Council of Religious Education: used by
'I Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenus permission. broom life.When flower and it will keep unpleasantodors

In Wartime Roles from filling the house.
:, Please FamilyApples cooking lima beans, add a *
little brown sugar for delicious fla A small bread board is useful in .
Whipped Potatoes Asparagus vor. And when frying ham adda the kitchen
. Celery Cabbage Salad with LESSON TEXT: Gen. 1:27 28: Matt. 12: protect surfaces .
"' I 0 d Island 11. 12; Rom. 14:19.21: I Cor. 6:19. 20. little brown sugar after turningit from the damage which may follow -
Thousand 'Dressing
\ :I r GOLDEN TEXT: Know ye not that your over. It gives the dish person-. the many cutting jobs that
; Parker House Rolls body Is the temple of the Holy Spirit-I ality plus. meal preparation necessitates.
t .
Apple Cheese Pie Corinthians 6:19.:

i, Beverage

d.. Recipe)' Given A high and ennobling concept'of This Quilt BreathesOf
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; nr .r the value of human life is an impor-
'I tant element in Christian thought.The THEMIODAYI!
; sugar, stir and let stand 5 minutesor Word of God always regards Springtime

frrcr.JRrti'S until yeast is thoroughly softened.Put human life as sacred-a gift of God

the salt and remaining sugar to be used for His glory, never to SOUNDS gay, happy, carefree

in the mixing bowl and pour in the be exploited for gain or destroyedat spring-like, doesn't it? A

peach juice and water, mixed. Add, little red bird, big green leaves
the: yeast mixture and 2 cups of the This important truth needs con- and nice, fat red cherries are all

flour. ,Beat until smooth, then blendin stant reiteration in a social order combined in a famous old quilt de-
r the beaten egg. Stir in'the which is so shortsighted and sinful ]

washed, dried currants or raisins, that it .will permit the destruction of 5283 '
K2F:.SRr'r5' nor which have been lightly dusted with man through the sale and use of alcoholic 4 '

flour, and add the melted, but not beverages. The lesson has a nut muffins!
and cheese are old favor- *Spiced or
hot, shortening. Sift the spices with real application to the liquor '''prob- .
ites in this pie. The crust is single ,
and baked ahead of time. Only a 2 more cups of :' lem. '
the flour and add I. God Honored Man (Gen. 1:27 All-BRAN Muffins, "
: fOf 1P 1
small amount of cheese is requiredfor fill: ;
to batter, mixingwell. ; ,28)). milk
be served
topping. The pie tablespoons cup
2 .',:
At this point ; It. should be of primary' interest shortening 1 cup sifted flour
hot cold. "
)& or the dough should *@L t jjjfl 11 and concern to discover what the 11.: sugar 1 teaspoon salt ,,
II Yo teaspoons
II .... .. i'I 12 : ,
Save Used Fats! cling to the mixing :..... Maker and Lord thinks of His crea- 1 cup Kc1tog\t's baking powder
spoon. It maybe f tion, man. He knows what is in All-Bran

What 'are your fondest 'memories t necessary to _- I \\ III'' man and if we learn of Him we Blend .shortening and and beat su r..thor-joughly. r .<
of home? My guess is that it's the Add egg soak
add flour. milk. 'I-ct. '
more may'' come to evaluate man aright. in All-Bran "and ; ;
wonderful aroma of baking day inmother's Sprinkle ':/4 cup flour on mixing 1. He Made Him in His Own until most flour of with moisture salt and 18 baking taken

kitchen! board, turn the dough onto the Image (v. 27). up.powder Sift: add to first mixture. Stir .- ,;
Baking is fun and the ,results are board, cover and let rest for 10 The teaching of Scripture makesit only until flour disappears.full. Bake]ill ;
?3 'yin
muffin pans
more than gratifying. Not only do minutes. Knead quickly and lightly clear that this image was not greased hot oven ((400oF.) about 30minutesrYield .:;
you enjoy the food immensely in the until is smooth and satiny. material : 8 large muffins ,
dough anything or physical, but add 1.tabte- ,
muffins _
process of making, but there's' great Put into a lightly greased bowl, rather a likeness of personality. As aF For molasses spIced to creamed mixture.

pleasure in placing a pie, muffins, turning; the dough around in the God is 'a, personal, moral, intelligent spoon and 'Ai teaspoon to ginger dry ingredients.ped or 1 teaspoon -.

". coffee cake or whatever, that you bowl until all sides are coated with Being, so is man. For innamon nut muffins,add *j uP.c 01'-
I yourself made, in front of the family. fat. Cover and set to rise in a warm How tragic then that man will not nut meats to dry ingred.cnt .

; Ovens should be checked frequently place until double (about IVz hours). only reject that grace, but will sub-
(' to assure success in baking. Fol- sprinkle the board lightly with flour, ject his God-given personality to the And remember, too, KELLOGG'S
ALL-BRAN by itself is a rich, natural
: low baking temperature and time 'turn the dough onto the board, and narcotic and destructive" influence of source of the whole grain "protective"food
carefully: they'll help you get good divide'in halves. Cover and let rest alcohol. elements protein, the B vitamins '

results. 10 minutes. Not only did God make man in His phosphorus, calcium and Iron!

How about an apple pie tonight? Save Used Fats! image, but- ALL-BRAN
Don't say you- don't have time be- II 2. He Gave Him Power and '1IP

'cause this is as rrw: : :YA JV"7G7tJ:: Authority (v. 28). '
4' simple as Simon. Having dominion over the entire sign. Make 30 blocks, each 16

If you have ready- earth, .man is in a place of responsi inches square. Put big leaves of

e" : made-up pastry bility, not only for his own moral green-patterned material in 15 of
'',I s.. : ; in the refrigerator choices, but for the welfare of oth the blocks-bright red cherry clus- A

'. ,. then it will ers. Think that over as it relatesto ters in the'other! 15 blocks.

'; y--,' be, simpler than the ever-growing liquor problem.II. *
To obtain cutting pattern, applique' pat.
'. j ever to whip up Man Should Honor Man (Matt. terns amounts of all'materials specified
this pie and surprise the family: 12:11, 12; Rom. 14:19-21). finishing directions for the Bird In a Cherry
Tree Quilt (Pattern No. 5283) send 16
Apple Cheese Pie. Since God has such a high regard cents in coin, your name, address and the
(Serves 6) for man, it is clear that we pattern number.

., 1 cup sugar ought to have real respect for out
530 South Wells St. Chicago. pread> enetro on throat, chest, back
; ; 3 to 4 tablespoons lemon juice 1. He Should Recognize His FellowMan's
1, quart peeled, sliced apples Value (Matt. 12:11.12)). Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to -cover with warm flannel-eases muscular
cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo. l aches, pains, coughs. Breathed-
Baked 9-inch shell
pastry values well t in cori irritated nasalmem.
Yz to 3A cup grated sharp American Property are so ................. vapors
the front in the' thinking of all, thatit branes. Outside, warms like plaster. '
cheese requires no argument to convince Name ............................... Modern medication in a base contain-.

Combine sugar, water and lemon yf <:.r... ss3Yyr s sz3rg ? % :' anyone that a sheep that has fallen Address ............................. ing old fashioned mutton suet, only
in _._ __ __ ____ __ ________ 25c, double supply 35o. Get Penetro.
juice and bring to r ''' '''''' ''' '
.; saucepan a into a pit should be rescued. But
: 's boil. Then add sliced apples and Your family appreciates hot the sad thing i is that the man who

simmer, covered, until apples are breads with its dinner, and these would run for help,to rescue a sheepin

soft, stirring occasionally. Arrange apple muffins with bran are just that predicament will hardly cast

apples in baked pastry shell and the thing for hearty appetites. Serve an interested glance at the drunk in GEE-SHf

,, sprinkle grated cheese over top. with Swiss steak and vegetables.To the gutter, or lose a few minutes
Place under broiler to toast cheese sleep over the girls who are goingto LOOKS OLD

fl; topping, or serve without toasting, if make coffee cake: Pull one- hell by way of our countless tav-

desired. Serve pie warm or cold, half of dough into oblong shape erns. ): : r ,
: as preferred. and finish rolling with rolling pin The man who loves his fellow man a K g i: i': .

Sore Used Fats! until about, the size of pan to be knows that-
used for baking. Place in the
Tea-Time 2. He Should Sacrifice for His Fel-
greased pan. Cover and let dough low Man's Good (Rom. 14:19-21).
,.(One Cake 10 by 7 by lYz Inches double (about 1 hour). Brush. top ,Paul here states a high principleof
And 2 Small Loaves) with egg white; diluted with 1 table- Christian consideration. He

1/ packages fast granular yeast spoon water. Bake in a 375degreeoven makes clear that man is his broth-

A cup tepid,water for 25 to 30 minutes or until er's keeper and must do nothing

1 teaspoon syrup or sugar done. Cool, uncovered, on a rack. which will tempt his brother to do I

1'/ teaspoons salt To make 2 small loaves: Divide that, which will harm him. y" ri5yt 1
3 tablespoons half t .ia
remaining into
sugar dough two III. Man Should Honor HimselfI 1
;' Yi cup lukewarm peach juice parts and shape to fit small greased ( Cor. 6:19: 20). .,
Yt cup lukewarm water pans, filling them about half full. .
1 egg, well beaten Cover and let rise until double. Man is told not to think more

, Y2 cup currants or raisins Brush tops with egg white. Bakeat highly of himself than he ought to J

5 tablespoons melted shortening 375 degrees for 25 ,to 30 minutes. think (Rom. 12:3)), and that is good

1 A teaspoon cloves Cool, uncovered, on-a cake rack. counsel. But at the same time he
teaspoon cinnamon ought to think as highly of his own

11 teaspoon nutmeg Save Used Fats being as God does., He should rec- '_ ur; t ".

4 to 5 cups sifted flourIf Apple muffins can fill your kitchen ognize that- I y SDRETDNE

these with delightful fragrance and bring 1. His Body Is the Temple of the
spices are not at hand .
1 teaspoon vanilla calls for encores at dinner: Holy Spirit (v. 19). YOU BET you show it when those
fuse extract for
flavoring. Apple Muffins. The Bible teaches that the'mo cruel pains shoot through arms, soothes fasf with
ment a man believes in Christ his neck back or legs. Do something
(Makes 8 medium
Pour the yeast into the tepid wa- ) body becomes the dwelling place of Rub on sonETONE Liniment. Get fl !Th M *
ter, add the 1 teaspoon orV 2 tablespoons shortening the blessed relief of Soretone'l
syrup the Holy Spirit. That means that he C
Y cup sugar cold heat action. Quickly Soretoneacts
take that body in
must never any
1 to:
place (such as a tavern) to do any- .
SA cup grated raw apple Dilate blood ACID 01"vesse16.
Lynn Says 1 cup bran thing or partake of anything (like 1. surface. capillary
'c intoxicants) which would dishonorthe
Ys cup milk 2. Check muscular
cramps. in of
God. cases
Handy Hints: Berries Holy Spirit
and fruits 1 cup flour 3. Enhance local circulation.
will keep in perfect condition for 3A teaspoon salt 2. He Belongs to God (v. 20). MUSCULAR LUMBAGO
4. Help reduce local swelling.
days if stored in refrigerator, 2Yz teaspoons baking powder Men have been given a free will
S. S S McKesson
spread on a platter with Developed by the famous
a pieceof Blend by God. He has given them the
shortening and sugar thor- Laboratories, Soretone is a due t* fatigue or exposureMUSCULAR
parchment or waxed paper oughly. Add egg and beat well. right of self-determination. That unique formula.Soretone contains

covering them completely. Stir in apple, bran and milk. Let does not abrogate God's right to methyl salicylate, a most effective PAINS
Strong flavored foods stored in soak until moisture is taken up. Sift man's devotion and love. pain-relieving agent.For fastest action due to cold

the refrigerator should be flour with salt and baking powder; The fact that we are free to choose let dry, rub in again. There's SORE MUSCLES

J' wrapped carefully, or would you add to first mixture and stir only should make us the more deter- only one Soretone-insist on it for due to tvinrork
ii : rather have your chocolate pudding until flour: disappears. Fill greased mined that the right choice shouldbe Soretone results. 50*. Big, long.

I" Ii ., taste of onion and your beef- muffin tins % full and bake in a made-that we shall glorify Godin lasting bottle $1. MINOR SPRAINS

.. steak of cantaloupe? moderately hot (400-degree) oven our bodies, which are His.
Try a dash of ginger with about 30 minutes.Are Does 'it take even a moment's
chocolate icings. It's delicious. thought to tell us that the violationof
When don't you looking for salad ideas? Senda that body (and every bit of scien- 1 1 1 / *Tboueh ipplled told. rubereetent -
you use all your stamped, self-addressed envelope to tific evidence proves it to be a vIola- ,..:- -- ect InpredimU lit* hat W Jji Ierreue Bow-
pimiento from a can, place it in Miss Lynn Chambers at Western Newspaper the lupertdtl "PPIT ot
tion) by the use of alcohol is not only -
cod to<5ueI
a glass jar and with blood to the erect
cover paraffin. Union, 210 South Desplaines Street, disobedient, but sinful rebellion' "and McKesson makes it''r ,lClWl" seas If .rmlb.
I Chicago 6, Illinois. N
against God. ...
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]'.1CR' Th\ THE CLEWISTON NEWS Fm--AV'--, .Ttr.tnrnrKiwanis ..n'.. _0.{, .n..- ,.
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was honored both times when the district number 2. A resident of the has filed notice
Talk Is On Scouts Plan To Join I I that he is a candidate -
board following
county reorganized county since 1924, Jackman is a for
county commissioner of
Theme I the elections;! by being made chair- large land-owner and well-known
In Annual Camporee man of the board. business man.Jackman District No.4, Denaud, subject to
i I the wishes of the voters in the May
America American", was Davidson, who Is a well known is a veteran of World I primaries. '*
"Keeping The Clewiston Boy Scout troop is business man, has been a residentof War I, having served overseas for p
the theme of the talk by Judge J. M. Dyess comes from the
one of
planning to join other South Florida Hendry county for the past one and one-half years, during which
Couse, of Glades county, at the Ki- I pioneer families of Denaud has
Scouts in a camporee at Bok twenty-one years. For seventeen time he spent 9 months in the front. ;
"wanis here Wednesday I Ij lived there all his
meeting life and feels that
; I clean- lines.
i Tower near Lake Wales next Friday years he has conducted a dry
even in g. j he is familiar with the problems of
j Saturday and Sunday. Therewill ] ing shop at LaBelle.
based his talk largely -I the people of this section and of the
Judge Couse
be 36 in the group from Clewis- Harvey Dyess In Race
Constitution of the United county at large.In .
on the I ton who will make the trip. I II II Cecil Jackman Candidate
States. He described first the indention -I A. I For CommissionerHarvey announcing that he is a candi-
I The Scouts accompanied by
and purpose of hose who date for commissioner ,
Dyess says
H. King and V. C. Woodward, scout- County CommissionerJ.
drew up the constitution, as to preserve -I "If elected, I will devote my best
masters, will leave Clewiston on
the inalienable rights and pri- S. Dyess, who has lived in efforts to serving the best interestsof
the train evening. Each .
"vileges of all citizens who maintaina C. Jackman, of East LaBelle, this section for the past 49 years. the county and its people."
,troop is assigned camping space.
home here and are governed by a has announced his candidacy for the I ...
I the which havebeen
on grounds ------------- ---
'the constitution. I ,, office of county commissioner fromA
', reserved for the Scouts, and each \
Giving an historical backgroundto L
its own
troop plans prepares
the adoption of the constitution, I I".meals. i ELECT

the speaker pointed out that the i The Camporee is an annual event

division of governmental authority and the boys are looking forward to I I
'into three branches, legislative, it with much eagerness. )xi H. H. (Mack) McCALL
judicial and executive, was a new I

Idea, since prevailing governments PASS TENDERFOOT TESTS I Your Next
'at that time vested authority entirely -

in executive, either king, SHERIFFQualified
an The Sugarlump Patrol of the new FOOL ANDS/ ONEYAREUSUALLYNVTEO I
czar or emperor. The American I Girl Scout Troop has seven girls
government, in which the people -
who have passed their I
hold authority, said Judge Couse, I They are Nadine Andrews, PLACES/ yr !+r
was designed so each branch of gov- !Christine Espenlaub, Hortense Chas-

ernment would serve as check on the tain, Barbara Moore Anne Winnie, A..
'other and thus maintain balance'of v
I'Betty Barton and Jean Bartz.
power. N'"l With the aid of their leader, Mrs.G. ,f

Judge Couse continued his talk, N. Pitzen, the girls are taking up by years
giving the changes, or amendments home-making, and this afternoonwill
"which have been found necessaryand bring material to their meetingto of
which have been adopted as make skirts for themselves.J. llThrifty as a
dart of the constitution itself.

O. Davidson Asks law enforcement officer -
Fire Alarms MondayOn

For ReelectionJ. : %' \
: Y
Windy March DayThe F : ,

O. Davidson, who has been twice
boys of the volunteer fire de-
f elected as county commissioner to
partment answered a fire alarm represent District No.2, asks the Your vote and sup- '
women-and men, too -
Monday ,morning at 11:30, wondering I
voters of Hendry county for another
then '; make a habit of getting the "mostof
what the high wind pre-
"vailing would do with a fire shouldit term elsewhere, his announcement in this edition appearing of the the best" by making our store i j-' *$ '.,4w 4 port will be appreci-><

get a good start. The alarm was 1
'turned in from Maynard's rooming News. their shopping center.ALSTON'S. I W: ated: '
Davidson was elected the first i I \ rry! : '
house, (the old Hooker's packing | .
time in 1940, then again in 1942. He
:, house building) where fire had start- | I AND !
Y ted in some unexplained manner in i iI

!:". the sills and-flooring of the house. I,' and gave it a good wetting. They SEMINOLE DRUGS I iI
', The occupants of the building had were called back an hour later when

:; turned water in with a garden hose, I the same fire broke through again. I (Paid Political Advertisement.) "-
<,, and the fire seemed under control in This time they used" an axe to make CLEWISTOFLORIDA I I

minutes. The fire enough openings to get far the .
a few department as as -------- -
': ", boys turned their big hose in throughall I fire had crawled. The damage to

all places where smoke :was visible I the building was slight.

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1 Today's F U N NIG I RAM By Peters I !
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"r",;' .. I Hear the truth told in plain language by ...
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Oftentimes a three-hour I

;":,' ordeal, on the side of'a road, I Frank D. Upchurch
l could have been avoided J

had we been called in to I .j
Of St. Augustine
1i(i:. service what seemed like a

{ minor trouble. Candid.ite forGOVERNOR .


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: He will Visit .
;% : MOTORS .. i

I CLEWISTON AT 8:30 P. M._ '

Wednesday March 29th
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"Mortimer declined the Government's offer of the WXYZ Board THIS IS YOUR INVITATION" MEET THE MAX WHOSE PLAN FOR A MORE UNITED -

f Chairmanship at $1.00 per year. He's holding out for $2.00." AND A GREATER FLORIDA HAS WON STATE-WIDE ACCLAIM.


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