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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 31, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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" 1 THE CLEWISTON N WS f'rZ





FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1944 SUBSCRIPTION
VOLUME 15-NUMBER 18 i ,CLEWISTOX, -$2.50 PER YEAR

Y -

VOTERS LEAGUE I "King: of Kings" I CECIL a m Mlurr'XING 'IClewisto 's Red Cross $3300 Quota

To Be Shown HereIn I


GIVES APPROVAL Holy Week Is Reached As Campaign ClosesI


I I TO CAMPOKEE T -

TO 4 CANDIDATES "King the well-known of Kings,"religious a sound drama movieof ,I i ofRECORD I Success Crowns Month's'
i
i A large group of Clewiston Boy
,- will be given 'a free showing in Effort of Tireless
\ I Scouts, accompanied by their Scout-
, 4. Selden L. Stewart, Paul O'Ban- Clewiston during Holy Week, sponsored I KINGS"I master, A. H. King, left by train
non, Harvey Dyess and Asa Town-I by the Kiwanis Club. The afternoon- WorkersOn
yesterday for Lake Wales,
bend all candidates; for county commissioner movie will be,given-in the school auditorium -: .-- '
\ I av.KANJ'!, MACDUCasoME I where they will spend today and tomorrow -
received the endorsementof at 8 o'clock Wednesday, : -
I the
day before
at the annual Camporee of the official
the Voters League of Clewiston April 5th.' Major Charles Johnson :'I Sunuiland Council.It close of the Red Cross war fund

Community through action at the of the Sal"'t'ation Army inVest Palm I is expected that appi-oximately campaign, Clewiston workers jubilantly
League meeting, held Friday evening Beach will bring the film here for II
announced that
I 1,000 Scouts of the district will take the $3,300
' in the school auditorium. showing. Another showing will he II quota assigned this
has
part in the wo day event. The Clew- chapter been
1 E. E. Kelly, chairman of a committee I given Thursday at one o'clock in the I I iston boys will return Sunday. safely reached. "We have edged

appointed to make reco nmen-1 school auditorium, primarily for the ----;----- over the' top," said Chairman M. W.
dations to the League, school children., I Bigg, "although our exact figures
the committee recommended the endorsement -- Through the Wizard of moving i
.> are not ready to announce, we havepassed
; of Stewart, from district picture directors, C6cile B. De-f MUST FILE FOR the $3300 mark."

two; O'Bannon, district three, Mille, and the reverent genius of I Next week's News will carry the

Dyess, district 4, and Townsend, great players this, the world's great- exact figures of the campaign, and
district five. In making the report, i est story, takes on human form and INCOME TAX BY will show how much was obtainedin

Kelly said the commitee felt that the I' brings greater understanding of the the various group drives duringthe

League should not undertake to man of Gallilee. A story so tense .. month of JMarch.
APRIL FIFTEENTH
dorse candidates for any other en'I'I and absorbing with self-sacrifice and b. Chairman Bigg and co-chairman,

lice. I, passionate grandeur, that the English Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, had as local

Carl Berner;' chairman of the language failes of description.It Careful attention of all citizens workers: R. M. Bishop, Mrs. C. E.

League, presided at the meeting I is' breath-taking in its tremendous should be given to the regulations Bailey, Mrs. Harley Case, Mrs. W.

,. Other action taken I climax. Citizens will feet'its power I which require filing of "declara- A. Davis, Mrs. Christine Doty, Mrs.

, cussion of the difficulties of andi-I and influence for many years to II ,r tion of estimated income" for the Ben Durham, Mrs. Glen Etherton,
dates contacting voters as come. Millions of Americans from year 1944 and payment of the first Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. J. M. Hall,

-. in the past; due to gasoline ration- 'urban and rural areas have seen this I --- quarterly payment, both of which Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. Willard King,

: ing and present conditions. The colossal production. They say noth- must be done on or ,before April[ Mrs. Charles Miner, Mrs. Fred Mor-

League asked that the. county Demo \I ing approaches this awe-inspiring, PASSENGER 15th, 1944. rison, Miss Gloria McDuffie, Mrs.

... crat executive committee plan one I magnificent portrayal of the stoyr This 'is the first year that suchan P. M. McIntyre, Mrs. B. E. Nail, Sr.,
political rally in each precinct prior H of Jesus, whose words and deeds TRAFFIC BY BUSMoie I estimate and payment is due on Miss Julia Anne Oglesby, Miss Laura

to the primary to give voters an opportunity I' have swayed. humanity 'for nearly or before April 15th, and everyone Owens, Mrs. Gene Powers, Mrs. V.
to meet and hear the can- 2,000 years. This power, obviously, should carefully read the following A. Reames, Miss Leah Richauil,
.; didates. ,will not diminish with the additionof statement which is' printed here at Mrs. Bruce Smith Mrs. Bernard

.t ,,: committee has been. called 1 I J. E. Beardsley, chairman of the using any form of public transportatio'n I revenue. Mrs. E. W. McLeod to all of whom

a 1 .: for tomorrow night, and it is 'expected I program committee of the Kiwanis between cities last year rodeon "The followfng persons are subject -I II the chapter gives deep appreciation
is in of arrangements the country's 23,474 highway
club, charge
for their work.
that dates for the rallies will be to file their "declaration of
for the Clewiston showing. buses, the National Association of I
- 'j' set. I estimated income" for the year 1944, Special thanks are due, also, to
1 I Motor Bus Operators announced to- and to make their first quarterly, the United States Sugar corporationand

i City Taxes Become day. .payment on or before April 15, the City of Clewiston, for use

; I Passenger traffic, on intercity 1944:, agriculture labor, domestic of their material ,and aid in the
HUMBLE COMPANY j'Delinquent Monday buses*reached: a record-breaking highof 'labor, ministers, members of the campaign; to Principal M. R. Stroud

J -. 963 million in 1943, according armed forces, persons in businessfor and the faculty for a complete school

TO DRILL THIRD I Monday, is the last date on which to the association's findings. This themselves (except farmers) canvass and drive which doubled
1 t I real estate taxes to the City of total represents a gain of 39.1 per with incomes in excess of their --1 last year's contribution; to the

;: Clewiston may be paid without becoming cent over 1942 and is two and one- sonal exemption; namely, $500 Clewiston News for aid in publicity
and having half times the riders of: peacetime coverage to Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis
FLORIDA OIL WELL :: delinquent penalty any single; $1200 'if married, or $624'for ;
ir; I added. All real estate in Clew'htoicwhic'h vear.j one spouse. i and Marion Lee of the Dixie- Crystal
,y- '; "I : -is'noU exempted' by' the One-hundred and seventy-five of FARMERSPersons who: derive eat ..Theater Cfof-cooperatlo.n.in: ,forwarding -

.,.-;". ." Humble Oil and Refining, company Homestead d Exemption'law is subject the nation's major bus lines accounted' I least 80 percent of their gross Income -i, the drive, to tha.:.:churches and .
'
1j ; which last year drilled Flor- to city taxes. for 783 million of last year's from farming are given the I i ministers of Clewiston. -
,: F"' ida's first producing oil well'at Sun- I' Prior to this year, it has been passengers while smaller operations option of filing their "Declaration"on ; In Harlem, Amos and Viola

r' f, uiland, and is now putting down a' I j necessary ,for all homeowners claiming contributed another 180 million. or before, the 15th day of the Thomas, teachers of the Harlem
:>" second test near it; has announced \ homestead exemption to file an Reports of the larger operators show 12th month of the taxable year:\ It II school and a willing staff of workers -

11 ', plans to drill a third well In the ,application each year with the county that while they carried 42.1 per cent ''I must be remembered, however that the Harlem churches and picture
1 Everglades. ; tax assessor and with the City of morepassengers, their operating at that time, the total amount of show -all co-operated to turn In

,1 r., .. The third will be drilled four.I Clewiston. The 1943 'legislature mileage increased only 11.3 per I (Con'tnued on page 10) a splendid contribution from that ,

:;' miles south of the north line and a''II passed a law which makes one fil- cent. s i section.At .

t<. third of a mile east of the west line ing-with the county tax 'assessor- The figures are based upon consel'va'tion I Examination for Moo Riddle Field, G. L. Sloan, with /
e j the workers Charles W.
following ,
c\' :. of township 55, south, range 36, I each year sufficient. I projections of, Interstate Commerce -
Miller, R. Johnston, A. R. Brink,
Is w; east, in Dade county. It will be Commission reports which Haven Post Office
I ; E Mrs, Joe Hall and Miss Lois Mae
.. about 40 miles southeast of Sunni- If'you are not registered, be sure have been completed through November 1
Heflin joined in malting 'a splendid
land and 40 miles West of, Miami. I to.do so before April 1st.: 1943. ,
The Civil Service
United States canvass among the personnel.
r The announcement was made by I (I| Commission has announced a third j The Junior Red Cross, with Mrs.

E. D. Pressler,. area geologist who 'I j j I class postmaster examination, which Carl Ziler, chairman, prepared jars
said a road was being built to the I
tin
i will include an examination for for contributions.
: new location, but did not state when I ._- post office at Moore Haven. Appli-II'II'I I
1 i III G. A. Gaddis, of the Shakespear
..
drilling would begin. : ,,,. ,
-
;
cations will be received up to April ;I Rod and Reel company gave a benefit .
Pressler did not comment on the f! 14th, 1944. I I movie sponsored by the school to

state's making a second _test run of [ The date of assembling of competitors I. aid the drive.
k:'. :the well at Sunniland to see if it I f fi will be stated on' the admis-J 1 I The local telephone operators cooperated

2 .qualifies for the $50,000 reward i sion cards sent applicants after the wonderfully with patienceand

which has been offered by ,the state I r. *",: <' ,-.', date for the close of receipt of ap-1' forbearance which helped the
for the first well producing "com' plications' and will be about fifteen workers who used the telephone I

-. mercial" oil in Florida. A test run days after that date. Blanks may service in canvassing whenever prac ,

was made in January. The Suni- be obtained at post offices or from ticable.Mr. ..
THE UNITED STATES TREASURY
\ laud well is said to be producing the civil service commission, Wash- Bigg expressed appreciation

about 70 barrels of oil per day. ington, D. C. to all these listed and to many others -

The Sunniland No. 2 well has I FLORIDA who in various ways contributedto
I !
reached 9214 feet. The No. 1 well WAR FINANCE COMMITTEE I Eight Men Leave For make the drive a success and to
workers in their ef-
began producing when it reached encourage the

,i :". 11,613 feet.William II I Military Service i forts to fill the quota.

G. Blanchard and associates c &/ww' are drilling a well northwest -+ Two Candidates Visit
rendered to our Government by ;, Eight Hendry county men will report -
of the new Humble location'
for duty in the armed ,services,
and are reported to have reached a i THE PEOPLE OF HENDRY COUNTY or have reported this week. On Kiwanis MeetingThere
depth of 8200 feet. .
I II March 26th Olan Ernest Fussell,
was no planned<1 program for
successful of World lVar J! and recosnltion William Paul Waters, Fred Peter this week, and :
Truck Gas Rations I fa fit* finances in the Kiwanis meeting
.. Anderson, Clera Aubrey Davis and
01 this service, does hereby award this I Herbert Merle inducted two candidates who happened ,to be I
Luckey were
Ready at OPA Office I I into the Army in town on that date, were invited
in for get-acquainted talks.
I "- II James Herman Davis and Robert Frank D. Upchurch, of St. Augus- :
War\ Certificate
The new truck gasoline rations, Service Otto Hinson were' sworn into the tine, candidate for governor, and '
are ready at the local OPA office, Navy ;yesterday and Eugene Debbs Dwight L. Rogers. of Fort Lauderdale ..}
and operators of trucks may call for 1 the State Harn will report on April 4th for candidate for congressman 6th
In Testimony whereof and on behalf of the committee, I -
them at time. "
any Under new regulations induction into the Navy. district, were the two visitors. s
the clerks may no longer I Chairman has heicunto affixed his sijnoturtrJI' Twenty-nine colored men left Neither made a campaign talk, and ::
mall them out. I Clewiston for pre-induc- '-
Wednesday their short remarks were enjoyed by
'
It will be a help to the clerks In I tion physical examination at Camp Kiwanians.

, : the office, Mrs. E. C. Mills and l Blanding.Supervisor's. ---- .
lira. V. C.. Woodward. if all truck I i I JJI
I I 1 Price Panel Selects
>- operators will call as promptly as I)** STAr CHAI1WANI Office
I I
Jtoreh 1. 1S-M. I
possible. I I
John Kettl ChairmanJohn
t
Open Wednesday Night,
I
Dwight Rogers Visits --- J. Kettl has been chosen as

.; i.: \ Clewiston In CampaignDwight I Service Certificate Awarded County \ of John registration L. Hall, ,will county keep supervisor his office I II the board new, replacing chairman H.of C.the Meador price panel who

I As an expression of appreciationfrom The original certificate has been I open on Wednesday nights in the resigned as chaIrman but who continues -
L. Rogers, of Fort I the l as a member of the board.
Lauderdale United States Treasury Department presented to C. V. Parkinson, Clew- J. .
Father T.
candidate for congress from I: for support given the taking Other members are
the 6th district, visited Clewiston Fourth War Loan Drive, "The People iston, Chairman of the Hendry I' Since the books close on Geary, and Mrs. M. 1\1. Prewitt. As-
again Wednesday and Thursday in I of Hendry County" have been (East) County War Finance Com' the office will be open the next two sistants are Mrs G, N. Pitzen, :Mrs.E. .

1 his campaign. awarded a special War Service Cer- mittee and Hon. R. M. Harris, La- I Wednesday nights, April 5 and 12, F. Powers and Mrs. W L. Lott. r
.1 A past official of the district Kiwanis -" tificate by W. W. McEachern of St. Belle, Chairman of the Hendry to accommodate working people who A A. Thomas, principal of the
t- club, Rogers addressed the local Petersburg, chairman of the Florida (West) County War Finance Committee find it impossible to go to the office Harlem school, is assisting with
"J", club during his visit. War Finance Committee. in the day time. price panel Work in Harlem.





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of Thought IL'T BLACK I Perhaps It Was the Way !

I
That Mr. Smith Said It
: ALL men are liable to err; ,

and happy is SOMBRERO to' I
prudent 7i I : Smith was discussing his wife's
has ,
that man who, when he -
peculiarities
with Jew friends.
a
I
erred seeks a remedy, and A'h r\
,
does not persist in his mistake. t vt o i Roby CLIFFORD KNIGHT i tERVICE /"The other day," he said, "my

wife put on a new dress which was,
I -Sophocles. Elsa Cbatneld, Hollywood artist Is dis field at his side and smiled, then be- over to the hotel, and I'll call on I atrocious beyond words. 'I daren't '

He that wrestles with us inherited by her Aunt Kitty who died came solicitous of his welfare. Reed myself-" say a word about it, and dared
from overdose of morphine. Hunt
strengthens our 'nerves and an "Are you comfortable, Sam?" he "Don't be silly she said advanc. look
antagonist Rogers and Barry Madison go to Mazat- hardly at it, but as she went
Our -
sharpens our skill. Ian, Mexico, to solve what they believeto asked. ing through the doorway with such out I went to the window to have

/ is our helper.-Burke. be Kitty Chatfield's murder. On arrIval "Oh, yes; quite." precipitate energy that the splen- another look and-"

By wisdom wealth is icon. they find that Elsa's party bad pre. Dwight half rose. "Take this seat, did creature preening his mustaches At this juncture his wife entered
.
But. riches purchased wisdom yet for ceded them by plane. During! a fiesta at Sam. I think it is the better of, the leaped nimbly to one side to avoid the room suddenly. '
: none. the ranch of Elsa's father, Sam Chat- two." being run down. .
-BAYARD TAYLOR. field, James Chesebro Is murdered. Lorn- "And,' continued Smith, "they
"No, ,thank you, Dwight. I prefer But there was no Reed Barton in '
bardo rolef of Mexican police, questions found the
,
cat eleven later
Certain thoughts are prayers. days on
Pedro who Is this side. As a matter of fact, I'm the jail. Elsa did not at first com-
the pulque man,
when what- top of the Eiffel Tower!
moments ,
There are
_
going to if I sit prehend the information
required to identify the slayer. Pedro, ask'you now may which was
ever be the attitude of the body; here tomorrow little offered in And Mrs. Smith still does not
star witness, escapes during reenactment on our jaunt up, response to our inquiry, 1
the soul is' on' its knees.Victor of the murder. Search for him is the coast." and neither did I. understand what there was in that '

Hugo. made In the mountain country. Lom- "You certainly may, Sam. Take "Por que no?" she demanded in ridiculous statement to make '_

bardo arrests Reed Barton on suspicion whichever side is most convenientfor Spanish of the,jail guard. them all laugh so uproariously.
of murdering Chesebro.
you." "El hombre no esta aqui," the

Rumble removed his huge black man replied. "No se jor que no."
WHY/ BE A SLAVE TO CHAPTER XII sombrero to let the breeze cool his "I hope they haven't taken him

head; his dark oily hair lay closeto out and shot him," Elsa said, turn- a2sLTT

HARSH LAXATIVES ? "Buenos dias, senores," he said his round skull. He dropped theha't ing to me, an odd light in her gray

In Spanish, including' the guard in at our feet where it lay beside eyes, which were now round with

saluted. a small wrench. Rumble eyed the apprehension. do like
his greeting. The latter I "They. things

Simple Fresh Fruit Drink Sam Chatfield reached impulsive .! latter for a moment, then picked it that." ? ; '1-!

Has Restored Millions to arm through the bars to shake hands up and turned it thoughtfully: aboutin "Forget it," I said. "Your fa- 1""

v Normal Regularity! with Reed. "I'm sorry, Barton," his hands. Sam Chalfield finished ther's influence probably got him

he said in English. "I came as ....... out. Donde esta el hombre?" I in-

soon as I heard the news. Drovein quired of the guard who in reply
Here's
a way to overcome con-
stipation without harsh laxatives. at once. There must be some merely shrugged his shoulders, in-

Drink juice of 1 Sunkist Lemon in mistake-unless you've confessedthat dicating that he had no idea where
a glass of water first thing on you did it?" Reed was to be found. Put a few drops of Va-tro-nol up
each nostril at the first sniffle
arising. Reed Barton grinned. "Hardlythat We made our way to the plaza or sneeze. Its quick very action helps

Most people find this all they Mr. Chatfield. I didn't kill where I hoped the old, old Mexican prevent many colds
need-stimulates normal bowel action "
Chesebro. custom Followf
once more was being ex developing.
day after day! "That's good. Have they treatedyou hibited. But when arrived onlya
.we
Lemon and water is good for om in 3 i'Gt7vd
folder,
Lemons are the rich- all right? handful of youthful caballeros en-
you. among
est sources of vitamin C, which "Very well, indeed; no com- circled the kiosk, and a smaller (. -

combats fatigue, helps resist colds plaint." number of senoritas were moving

and infections. They supply valu- "I rather think there'll be no cause slowly, leisurely in the opposite di Navy Ships I

able amounts of vitamins Bi and for complaint, Barton. I'll use my rection. One caballero, bolder than The U. S. navy owns today near-

P. They pep up appetite. They influence, of course. Berta and I the rest, halted before his favoriteand ly 850 combat ships and 13,650 I

alkalinize, aid digestion. Lemon have powerful friends, and we'll with a bow presented herewith service vessels for transporting
and water has a fresh tang too- comfortable flower. Round and round
see that you are so a they troops and supplies.
clears the mouth wakes
starts you going. you up, long as you are here. Which I went, while the band played the ,

Try this grand wake-up drink hope will not be long." arias of "La Boheme." Motor cars

10 mornings. See if it doesn't help "Thank you, Mr. Chatfield. That's I IF were parked'at the curb, a havenof TOPS FOR YOUR HAIR

you! Use California Sunkist very kind of you." parental refuge for any senorita Ir with Smooth It, add lustre-style,
fragrant dressing
-<>nIY 25c.
Lemons. Hunt and I went aboard the Ori who grew weary.
'
zaba to discover that Dwight and "I've seen this before," said Elsa #..... 19ROUNECiJI;

Margaret were absent in the after we had watched it for some

Beachhead, BridgeheadA launch; the sailing master pointedit moments. "I never realized until L

beachhead is a position estab out to us well up in the Estero del now, though, but I've been doing ,Soldier's AppetiteAn

lished and fortified on a shore ban ; Astillero, but headed back in our 7 this same thing for years. Every American soldier consumes

invading force. A bridgehea direction. It came eventually along- ; girl has. Parading myself, my body, about 1 Vz times as much food as

is defensive area on the enemy's side, and Margaret and Dwight my soul, all'that makes up the piti- the average civilian.SNAPPY '.
Jt
side of a stream, held to guard a climbed up the ladder to the deck. ,ts ful little me, hoping for the approvalof

bridge, ford or other crossing. "Any new development about some gay caballero."

last night?" he inquired. "Your gay caballero stands on
your right against the trunk of that FACTS
"Rather an awkward developmentfor

How To Relieve Reed Barton," Rogers replied, tree." I I II
ABOUT
"Where? Her head
rubbing the side of his large nose fI jerked sharply -
in the direction I indicated. Reed
with a forefinger.
I Barton stood leaning lightly easily,. RUBBEjLAuthorities .. : I
Tell
"What? us. ,
Bronchitis ; the tree he at the
against as gazed 0s
"Reed's in jail, charged with the
scene in the plaza. He pulled his
murder of Chesebro.
Creomulslon relieves promptly be- I i "is*; watch from his pocket and looked at
to
drew
the water
A hail from us
cause it goes right to the seat of the it, unmindful that we were near by.
trouble to help loosen and expel the ladder, and Margaret, who was Elsa left instantly and flew to expect that Latin-
me
germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto closest, waved both arms in wel- "Look here, I'm not so keen on American countries will con-
soothe and heal raw tender, inflamed greet him, and I walked over more
come, and called out excitedly: visiting that guy down at the jail. tribute 35 to 40 thousand tons
bronchial mucous mem- sedately to congratulate him on his
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you "Oh, hello! So glad you could release. of crude rubber during 1944.In .
the number twelve
a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding come. But-why didn't we send the baiting huge 1941 the U. S. and Canada
hook at the end of its steel wire "Elsa had visions of your being
you must like the way it launch for you? Why, we could justas used 800,000 tons of rubber,
quickly allays the cough or you are leader, took a firm grasp on his rod stood against a wall at dawn and and current requirements are j
well not. I'm
to have your money back.CREOMULSION. as sorry. and made a cast, sinking back into dying romantically to the rattle oi larger.The .

Greetings from several voices be- his chair, which creaked under the musketry," I said. QuartermasterCorpshas devel-

low responded, and, looking over ..
strain. "Really? He grinned, pocketinghis rubber and (
oped a canvas,Army
for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis the rail, I discovered a boat contain- watch. boot for The sole
My gaze for the moment was on tropical wear.
ing Berta and Elsa, and on the seat George Rumble; there was an odd "Don't mind what he says,", Elsa contains both crude and reclaimed
behind them Sam Chatfield and rubber and Is not affected ,
implored him. by .
look in his eyes. He was not inter- '
Natural Effect"What's
George Rumble, the latter wearing ested in the cast; his attention "But how did it happen, Reed?" I jungle moisture and soil chemicals.
the matter Nick?
his black sombrero with its silver asked.
"Nothin'. Jus' a bit dizzy from seemed to center upon the straining Over seven billion passengers
trimming which glittered in the aft- "
"It was just one of those things,
reading a circular letter that's swivel mechanism underneath Sam were transported by motor
,
all." ernosn sun. Chatfield's seat. His gaze came he said. "They came and openedthe bus in 1942, compared with

"It's Reed, of course," Elsa said back to the wrench in his hands. He door to the cage and said to the about four and a half billionin

dispiritedly in answer to my com- turned it about, then of a sudden bird within, 'Fly away, my sweet,' 1940, reflecting the curtail- ,

ment as I gave her a hand at the it beside his sombrero and I flew away to freedom." ment of passenger car use by ;
as
g dropped
For ONLY 10/Now top of the ladder. if the metal had suddenly. becomehot. "As simple as that?" said Elsa rubber conservation. ;
with sarcastic note in her voice.
"We'll have him out in no time, a
Less than I[ comforted her. "What ''I think happened was that

"That's what Papa says too, but Looking back on that evening they discovered I was not just a I

I'm afraid Barry." Mazatlan I peon who could be thrown into jail r- "
IiBli ashore .in now can see j
1 j. (0 To what lengths of extravagant how freighted it was ''with tragedy, and 'forgotten. Perhaps your father

promise I might have gone at that but it began and ended, apparently helped, Elsa; perhaps the consul
I'll adventure. Berta and had something to do with it. Any-
moment never know, for with a as only a gay
II sudden, bewildering sound of break- Margaret remained on board the way, it's nice to be out. Neither

a dose ing water, a huge silvery dark fish Orizaba; Elsa, George Rumble andI your father will accept my thanks, e

Use only as directed. leaped from the bay not fifty feet went ashore together in the nor the 'consul;, 'twas a mere noth oo ritw.
the 'Orizaba's and Sam ing. Glad to do it, and all that.
from sleek sides, launch. Dwight, Rogers
soared almost even with the rail in Chatfield had not been ready to go Saw your father"down the- street a

its mighty leap and fell back with a with us, and the launch returnedfor while ago, Elsa. .

resounding crash. I could hear the them. "He was coming ashore-Oh-"

slap of his gills, so close was he; Elsa had only one purpose, and you're going with us tomorrow."
and what?
"Where
almost, I fancied, I could smell him. that to go to the jail to see Reed
SelfDeceptionThe "Fishing. You'll have to come
"Come on, you fishermen!1" shouted Barton. She kept pushing us along
easiest thing of all is to deceive'one's aboard tonight with your things;
until Rumble halted at
Dwight, making for the ladder. finally a "
self for, what we're leaving early. And
; a man now-
The rowboat had sheered off, its street corner 'and said, "Look here, t
wishes he generally believes to be She halted, a wistful look in her Partial to Carves
native owner rowing as if for his I'm not so keen on visiting that guy
true.-Demosthenes. level "Isn't there a dance The Chinese believe
gray eyes. curved lines
life, and those of us now intent down at the jail. A.
going on somewhere tonight, Reed? ward off evil spirits. ;
the pursuit into the don't have to if don't
upon "You
poured go you Can't we dance and be romantic?" ,

SI"\"J',1 IRRITATIONS OF launch, across'which the occupants want to," Elsa retorted. "That guy "Oh, sure. There's, a dance at .'
EXTERNAL CAUSEAcne of the rowboat but a few moments probably isn't interested in seeingyou --
the hotel tonight. Come along and
pimples dermatitis before had' had to clamber to either."
eczema factory observe the flower of Mexican youth.You'll .
simple ringworm, tetter, salt rheum reach the Orizaba's ladder. "That settles it, sweetheart," .
something These little
bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken- The launch had been for Rumble replied in his husky voice. see I
out skin. Millions relieve itching, burn- rigged kids here in the plaza with their
ing and eoreness of these miseries with swordfishing. Two leathercushionedswivel "Nothing like speaking your mind. hand-me-downs and New York mod-

simple home treatment. Goes to work at chairs were mounted side by I'll see you later." els are a' bit tawdry. The newer 1 1 l t
once. Aids healing, works the antisepticway. side in the stern of demanded Elsa.
Use Black and Mite Ointment only the boat. There "Where? youth of Mexico is elsewhere.Com-
as directed. lOc. 25('. bOa sizes. 25 years' were seats behind these for those "How do I know? I'm going to the ing, Barry?" NOW WEAR YOUR PLATES EVERYDAY

success. Money-back guarantee. Vital not engaged in trying for mdrlin, hotel and get my things together. "Of course not!" HELD COMFORTABLYSNUG THIS WAY
z in cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous or who were content to fish Margaret's orders. See on the It's
in
Black and White Skin Soap daily. over you Later I looked upon the danc- so easy to wear your plates all
the side.' Sam Chatfield had climbed boat, anyhow, if not before." ers. Reed Barton was right; the day when held firmly in place by

into the seat beside Dwight. Hei 'Rumble stood on the street cor- flower of Mazatlan was present. this "comfort-cushion"-a dentist's

was endeavoring to disengage a rod ner, a curious figure in a yet more Youth, in any land, of course, is formula. I

rigged with heavy tackle which lay curious throng of native life.,' synonymous with beauty, but hereit Powder I. Dr. Wernet's vent sore gums.
lets Economical
alongside on the floor. I helped "Goodby," said Elsa. was to be found in extraordinarymeasure. enjoy solid foods you small 2. amount;

him with it. George Rumble sat be- "Goodby, sweetheart." -avoid embarlasts longer. ;

side me,. his huge black sombrero The jail, standing in all its medi- I looked on for a while entranced, rassment loose 3.Pure,harmless, f

crushed down upon his round skull, ocrity close by the church, its scal- then wandered away. There was a plates.Helps pre- pleasant tasting.

so that it would clear the awning ing, cracked, pseudo-Gothic exterior crowd in the bar, and I stood for a All druggists-30$.Money back if not delightedGems

overhead. softened now by the night's warm while drinking the excellent beer. I

Dwight glanced up, his outfit shadows, seemed less an eyesore wondered where Rogers 'was, where

Keep the Battle Rolling 'ready, and for the first time looked than in the hard light of the sun. he had gone, and presently he came c

With War Bonds and Scrap 1 I about to see who had come along "Elsa," I began, halting on the in and joined me.. '= I

with him. He recognized Sam Chat- steps, "perhaps I'd better take you (TO BE CONTIITUED)



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SUNDAY (Lesson
... Technically, fhe 'United States of America and the Sem-
If cottons scorch while ironing, When adding flour and liquids
inole chiefs
Seminole
Indians are at war. repudiated a 'By' HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST. D. D.
treaty made in 1832 calling for removal of the whole tribeto if The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago plunge into cold water immediately alternately to cake batters, always -
Ueleased by Western Newspaper Union. and allow to stand for 24 hours begin and end with flour.

Oklahoma. n -. -the marks will disappear. *'
., Most of the tribe went to'
,
X Vff WWWMV } *
".: ] Oklahoma but the diehards Lesson for April 2 Your used fats are urgently
: ,
To prevent small rugs from slip- needed by the government to

:,...:, ':" ,j remained in the Florida ever- Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected ping, tack a jar rubber ring on make gunpowder and medicine.
'" glades' and have never for- and copyrighted by International the under side of the rug at each Please turn them in promptly to
mally made peace with the Council of Religious Education; used by end. your meat dealer.

\ Li : 4 I Iw United States. Now, however, permission. *

{ ,descendants of these diehards SAUL BECOMES A NEW MAN Protect woodwork with a metalor I To lengthen the' life of paper

'1 1 are doing a valuable other non-combustible shield if shopping bags, cut a piece of
t bit for America's war LESSON TEXT: Acts 9:1-9. 1319a. it is within three feet or less of a heavy cardboard to fit inside the
pro- GOLDEN TEXT: IL any man be In Christ
stove. The stove or range shouldbe bottom. Round off the corners.
gram. Braves and their he Is a new creature.-Il Corinthians :3:17.
18 inches from the This will also
.. or more make carrying the
fighting a production -
." are
.. squaws
wall. bag much easier.
The lives of great men inspire us
battle in the heart of the
J with an eagerness to make our own
everglades on 3,000 acres that
' lives count for God and for country.
: will be used to produce qual- Particularly as that true of the life "Leigh Light"The RUB FOR COLD MISERY
pread Penetro on throat, chest back
,
>,: .ity beef. of the apostle Paul, for he combined is -cover with warm flannel
"Leigh Light" a power- -cases muscular
,3 t :.... Left: Head of the Seminole. personal greatness with an absolute ful searchlight of many-million aches, pains, coughs. Breathedin -
village at Clewistorty Fla., is Josie surrender and devotion to Christ, candlepower, attached to airplanesfor vapors comfort irritated nasal mem-
which made his life doubly effective. branes. Outside, warms like plaster.
;, Billie, JVho speaks fluent Eng- We recall however, that this peer- spotting enemy submarines at Modem medication in a base contain-
,
lish. night when they surface for re old fashioned
{ mutton
e ing
r : X .___......u_...._. ;;:...,,._>_.. '"'''' n..H less leader for Christ was at first charging. Named for its designer, 25c, double supply 35c. Get suet Penetro., only
...1 ;" bitter of everything
the enemy
Wing Comdr. H. DeV. Leigh, it
"
Christian and we ask, "What .
,
has been a British secret weaponfor
,.' this ?" The answer is-
: man
.4t; 'if< ? %( 'r changed
a year. -Buy War Savings BondsHlKTS -
" the redeeming grace of Godbutthat
is the story of our lesson. He
': 4, became a changed man as he went- .

ji:i I. From Threatening to Tremblingvv.

( 1-7).
The enemies of God and of our

.. Christ are often loudmouthed and
; terror-spreading individuals, who,

,.. for a time, strike fear into the heartsof
men. Such was Saul of Tarsus,
'-':] and such are the antichristian lead-

;'1 '.' ers of our day. They seem to be
1 i,. so powerful and able to sweep all

<1 F.A F. before But wait them.! Luther said of God's 'aYNIt

archenemy, "One little word shall BAKERS Sy .. ti L
HOME
{ FOR
: fell him," and it is true. See what ,
':' happened to Saul. Off on his jour- '

j ':, Wearing her .traditional costume. with the usual bead necklace, neys of persecution and destruction, Here's Grand Pesserfgam !

j I 1: Ruby Jumper distributes para grass over the pasture land. This bold and determined, he met Jesuson H a tGnd Sno .

SF, is her first job outside of keeping house in.a wigwatn.. the Damascus road, and the p MMma pto* :
,:, great threatener is found to be""" ese to*** "** ;;

"trembling and astonished" (v. 6). p vifumior",
E)( '
p TIA
yegsfror
According to :suga: company :9yaoIgc3r3 II. From Persecuting to Prayingvv. i /Pie /

':?" which, employing the ( 2, 8, 9; see also v. 11). BISCUITS
:1 Seminoles they are doing a the root- SNOW yeast "
Paul utterly devoted to cake Flelsch1IW: n's
; 1 .1
J -: good. job on the company's & ing out of this hated .sect of Chris- -, 2 cups sifted sugar flour' i cup lukewarm water shortening .i

oj \: pasture improvement ,program tians was on his way 'with letters 1%,, teaspoons teaspoon salt j 1 tablespoon melted : .

A h)4: ; ; which expected to authorizing their imprisonment. It Dissolve yeast in lukewarm water.
official zealous and flour, sugar and: "JJr will be soft.
all
; produce 1,500,000 pounds of was very Sift together Add snore b. Dough -
": beef marvelous in men's sight, until he aa Add to dry ingredients. knead dough quickly and lightly untU' :'.ii
: :. dressed quality annu-- floured board and
," met Jesus, 'and it all blew away. Turn out on
inch about : .
"
'h ,
out
ally. Employment of the Ananias, that faithful layman smooth and elastiC. Roll Let rise til doubled in bulk % ..
Indians' leaves that cutter. Place on greased panbour at 4250 F. about 20
many (may his tribe increase!), was 'W Prick top with fork. Bake in hot oven home-made jam, .
t ; more persons free to work on called of God to go and speak to the aM', minutes.: Makes 16 two-inch biscuits. Serve hot with '

: sugar cultivation. stricken Saul. When he feared to f jelly or preserves for So suppe1FLEISCHMANN'S dessert trea l '".

go, God encouraged him (v. 15), for
h. ,:Top Right: Josie Billie hands the powerful persecutor had now be,

Henry Osceola a work slip that come a penitent pray-er (v. 11). RECIPE BOOK -

shows Henry's earnings. Below:' That's what a face to face meeting :R **J NEWLY REVISED FOR _WARTIME! .1.1pof .
A. Seminole grandmother with Jesus did for Paul-yes, and
Clip and paste on a penny
-.' watches,over a brood'of,young' will do for any man or woman. st card for your free copy Rama.Town .
Sufferingvv. n Flcischmann'i newly re- .
'sters., III. From Scoffing to tf .cJ" Dsed "The Bread Basket."
( 1, 13-16). of easy recipes for -
bread,rolls,desserts.Address -
Saul doubtless gloried in the Standard Brands,Grand Central or City County
: ., breathing out of threatenings' 'and J Annex, Box 477 New ;
York 17, N. Y. Stnsn
: .' slaughter of which we read in verse
' 1. He was riding high in,the seat of
'.; authority and of official'approval. It

'. was satisfying to his fleshly pride to rfx

.r 4L make ,known his dreadful purposesof

f L 'j L'f.l destruction and imprisonment for
,i these helpless Christians.Did ? ::b I T/W/ TOO YOUNG
1 we say helpless? Oh, no, they
.} had on their side all the power of JO FEEL
I I
{ the Eternal One. He who touchesthe
;j people of God touches the Lord SO OLQ"
1J Himself. Paul thought he was fighting -
1f 1'I'J a little sect of Christians, but r 7'' 0. tirb
f found that he was fighting the Lord

Himself (v. 5).
But now that he had met Jesus
and was ready to turn ''in devotion to

His sacred cause, he was to learn
r what it meant to suffer. Let us note l s h .
\ well that suffering for the sake of

one's faith may be entirely within /

1 glory.the. 'will of God, yes, and for His


IV. From Spiritual Death to Spir- t

itual Life (vv. 17-19).

'- :..' Men have tried' to explain the experience -
of conversion on the groundof

psychology, as a cataclysmic
change in the life of an individualwho

y 5Yi% srr'f tKy a', has gone through some great ,,,,, SDRETDNE
e! \ h
sorrow or trial, but simply. will
There is in real con-
not go down.
version a regeneration ,which meansa 'MUSCLE PAINS can do it to you soothes fast withIn
completely changed life. -make you feel old-look drawn

I Saul did have a sudden and moving haggard. SORETONE Liniment C 010 1 1ft EAT *
experience on the Damascus contains methyl salicylate, a most
road, but it was not just becauseof effective!pain-relieving; ; agent.And
, a blinding light and a mighty Soretone's cold heat action brings fA n II
-_."""""",, ..."' a "from heaven"v. you fast, so-o-o-thing relief. ffliD
voice. It was a light H U B\I\
Above: Wearing their Seminole ( 4), and the voice of the Lord. 1. Quickly Soretone acts to enhance -
4 .. finery, these squaws'work- Saul was "filled with the Holy local circulation. In cases of

_.wt' in the field. Seminoles make Ghost," and received his sight. He 2. Check muscular cramps. MUSCULAR LUMBAGO
ready now to be used of the
their vivid was
own -hued clothing:
3. Help reduce stcelling. OR BACKACHE
missionary
Lord the greatest
balk as
They at wearing regular evangelist and theologian that the ;4. Dilate surface capillary blood due to fatigue cr exposureMUSCULAR
tvork clothing and stick to their vessels.
world has ever .known. PAINS
home-made garments. Left: Al- This change was one which For.fastest action, let dry, rub in due to colds
r though he is the boss,Josie Billie reached down into his inmost being again.There's only one Soretone'j' ,
% MUSCLES
ado r 'rG does his share of the work. He and transformed his beliefs. The insist on it for Soretone results. SORE overworkMINOR

is shown dumping some feed into Jesus he had hated, now became his SOc. Big bottle, only $1. duo to
the cattle pens. When the Indians all consuming passion and love. He SPRAINS i iThoutb
._. looked to his works to
longer
no
came to Clewiston, they I I
save him, for now he knew the per- '. ', -
-
were offered modern cottages to
sonal Saviour.
live in. But they insisted that if I t cold. robe.r. .
/ Men and women-yes, boys and I t =:: =. IPpUe Sorer
In -
they were to work, they would girls-today need this same change tune ftcUDt act InicredlenU like heat (a Increnj ,--.;",
"'
.
of
,. r1Iclal lupply <<
have to live in their own way, in from death to life. Too long have :: the .u tottox'loathee* and Indue
"l'" their home-made native village. we been trying to polish up the ex- "anll McKesson makes it" of warmth.
terior of lives unchanged within.





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PAGE FOUR Sim CLEWISTON: NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 31, l !44t

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The Clewiston News I Tung Trees Planted I Trucks In Transit ...., I March Tallahassee 2, 1944, Florida South 320 acres, Range'; 34 East, containing I I

J On School Grounds I Register With ODT NOTICENOTICE South E%, of Range,Section 34 East 27, Township. containing 47

Published eery in Clewiston, 320 acres. s
Florida, by the Friday CLEWISTON NEWS At Moore Haven I II Carry Full LoadsA TRUSTEES is OF hereby THE INTERNAL given that IMPROVEMENT the- THIS with NOTICE Sections is published 270.08 and in 270.09 compliance -, ,:-
Tnc.' I FUND of the-State of Florida Statutes 1941.
-- I Florida and the STATE BOARD OF The Trustees and the Board of Edu-
One hundred and sixty tung trees I EDUCATION of the State of Florida cation reserve the right to reject any
Entered as second class mall matter I I new program designed to gainfcwlt offer for sale and will receive competitive and all bids.
February 1, 1927, al the Post Office In were planted the 1-atter part of last bids in Tallahassee, Florida, at BY ORDER of the Trustees of thv
Clewiston: Florida, under the Act of week on two acres'Of the grounds of wMlteation. of heavy duty over 12:09: o'clock NOON April 11th, 1944, Internal; Improvement Fund ana the
March S, 1897.Subscription for lands In' IIENDRY COUNTY, Flor- State Board of Education of the SVeLte
Moore Haven in the .
the schools execu-I road trucks by requiring empty ida, described. as follows; of Florida. .,
--- -- tion of a plan to make tests, these and 'partially loaded trucks to S% of Section Iii, Township 45 SPESSARP L. HOLLAND, Governor.

Ilntc-$2.50 Per Year being the first tung trees plantedin ister with the Office of rEg-1 ,South.320'acres, Range; 32, East, containing F.ATTEST C. Elliot: Secretary, 'Trustees I
muck soil except a small number Colin Enerllsh. State Board
Advertising Rntc On Application. I Transportation, in order to get a South of Section 15. Township 4C of Education.Secretary '
at Belle Glade Experiment Station. full load before making a trip has- acres, Range,. (subject 32 East320 to containing Grazing: No, 53-March 10, 17,. 24, 31, Apr.' 7.
The trees brought in a truck
were I been!, launched by the ODT. The incase which expires; December 1C,'
Devoted to the advancement and welfare from Gainesville by G. H. Blackman 194G);
new plan went into effect Monday.
of Clewiston, and. Henary County. horticulturalist and head of| B% of Section 1C, ,rownship 47 I IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
Under the new program, registra-
the department! of horticulture of the I tion facilities will be established at

Florida Agricultural. Experiment all ODT District Offices, of which !!Illf'h! IIIIIllllllli! \ IIIIIII 11llUJlID _Jt JJ.iJWlilHl! III'1' 111111I! .Jb14.illlli! JlJJ .
Station. Mr. Blackman's depart-j
there arc 24 ia!! the southeast and .1 h
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ment is cooperating with Joseph j I 142 throughout the nation. 5 of .t.. 1 I
Hamilton assistant of :
pomologist,
such offices located in Florida,
are
ASSOCIATION' I the, U., S. field laboratory for tung :
InA i at Tampa, Jacksonville, Orlando' .f .e,
investigations. Doiitrelyona
I .//1im ,1Iiamt"and Tallahassee. s
The trees were set by members of j
Upon registration by a common
M. H. Sharpe's agricultural voca-
carrier of an empty or partially :: .
tional class of the :Moore Haven ::
loaded truck, the ODT district manager LwIsIi
school. and are of fifteen hybrid
WAR SHORTAGE NO. 1 may direct him to accept and j
varieties, of about one year'sgrowth :
transport freight which has been I :
and the size of broom handles. I I :: ; ; 4r s
Paper is war shortage No. 1. registered with the District Office, ; :.er
Other ,plantings have been made In bone ,.
y (
Sooner or later, it is inevitable that I I sand land, Gene Click of Lakeport l or if the truck is empty, the carrier V A
campaign I I be required lease it a con- A
another paper salvage I I and Stanley Waynian of Citrus Center may to
will take place in small communities tract carrier or another common Vv
each taking twelve trees. Mr.
'
everywhere, and we should be I I will carrier. Partially loaded'trucks _
Sharpe also make some plantings -, v :
prepared for it by saving our paper i i at Clewiston. operated by private and contract V '
now. '// : carriers will not be registered, but V
Growing of tung trees for the i such niust ::
empty trucks of carriers
is con-
When the next campaign
::
protection of oil from mils
extracted '
be registered and be leased to v
lines, may
it will
be along new
ducted the trees bear has become an in- ::
other carriers at the direction Of: the
learned in the last that It
for we in .. ::
dustry the Gainesville district,
was a terrific waste of manpowerand I ODT District Manager { y: I ..
and
although the plantings now .. .
gasoline to collect stray bits of made in the muck soil are for scien- In order to get full loads,. trucks Inlay I ..;. ,...

waste paper and pile them looselyin I tific purposes and without plan for be required to travel a slightly i; .:. Ii:. t I-..
a truck to be salvaged. greater distance ,than originally con '
A
commercial exploitation, the work
account :
What we must do is this: stack I will widen the range of experienceof templated.In .. savings ,

our newspapers neatly in piles, all students of the class in vocational the event a carrier's empty or :;: with insuredsafety .:.. I
our 'I.
folded fUke you see them when agriculture and increase the partially loaded truck not near ::

boys sell them on the street.news-I knowledge of the adaptability of an ODT District Office, he is still j. :!: = will s

them securely bundles tung trees to soils heretofore un- required to communicate with ship- provide .

inches high. Keep magazines sepa-I tested. pers or other carriers in the vicin- .I
-
rately and tie them in bundles The plantings on the Moore Haven ity if he is a common carrier and the things you want '

18, inches high. In this way your I school grounds are made in 'accordance with other carriers if he is a privateor /

waste paper won't take up much I with an agreement with" contract carrier, for the jmrpcse; y f
in the of of acquiring a capacity load'or leasing -
room corner your y y
the board of public instruction of
kitchen or garage while his empty vehicle. y y
) porch'l Glades county, the terms of whichare y y
the campaign to reach s" recorded in a contract. Tank trucks certain truck oper- v- y LY

So serious is the paper situation ations conducted by farmers, and Y

that Donald Nelson has wired GOV-I vehicles whose total weight and v y

ernor Holland to request from our military and navy instal- normal load combined do not: exceed y y y y

Florida to redouble their efforts to I lations. I 12,000 pounds are exempt I v y
5. Close cooperation with the y
from the order.
waste .
save paper. 1 t 1 y
I State Planning Board, the Govern-
Paper's Part in the War Reports may be made by telephone y
or's Aviation Committee and J Y
From the day a soldier goes to I mu- ODT' says, and callers have y..
nicipal groups, in .their aviation y
war, he is dependent on paper. been requested to ask for "Traffic ...
endeavors. ..
From his draft card to" his honorable I Registration" when reporting to : ... I
6. Action ,
on legislation that
discharge, his records are kept on it.-I might be needed any to foster, encourage district offices. _IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIgflailllllllllllCvv l j :(\ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIr ,His ratio'ns are packed in it; his --
or improve ,any of the above. - ------- .A
in it his
cartridges are wrapped ; i
7. Action on the reestablishmentsoon
shoes are lined with it; his letters i
of Florida's Aviation Division, I
are written on it. -
I j either again within or without, the I
His barracks quilt with I
are
paper l
State
Road Department.
wall-board, paper roofing, paper in 1 I .

sulation.He I tulit.Make YfJlIl Creed !
shoots at paper targets, eats this too -

from paper plates, drinks from paper i

cups.. .,
His battles are planned, his orders

are issued, on paper. "

Literally, he lives, trains, travels JUDGE J. OLLI"E EDMUNDS : .

,and fights, with paper his indispen- 1-w; s : ....
sable ally.

And, of course,'his honorable discharge IdiOioA ;- -

will be handed him on, a "O C C *'That no one is indispensable our country except. .' ;, ....1

piece of paper-after a beaten Axis '. the American who is fighting and willing to die if need, be ;: :,
has
signed the peace terms-on pa-
per! Y -'..f to preserve the nation his forefathers built upon the idea of _

( government of the people, by the people and for the people. ';'<.


E., J. Smith on State > l HE BELIEVES: That a man.who stirs up HE BELIEVES In the Jeffersonian principle ',.

Aviation Division I t:: racial strife and discord, in violation of of the rights _of the states to govern .

Southern tradition is a menace to the themselves. He is, opposed to a paterna.

E. J. Smith, general manager od i 111 Jfyyf } 4' 4a$ >- state and nation and to the war effort listic, dictatorial government, which sets, '
Riddle Field, has been named a
member of the aviation division of i j 44u and should be retired from public life. a up in Florida a vast political machine of ,', .

the Florida State Chamber of Commerce i non-civil service federal employees. ".;:. _

Walter C. Sherman, president I '. Y'L;:'' fie lJr; BELIEVES: In'the traditional policyof ,

of the state chamber has announced. > ; southern Democrats ,that, the party '

\/ G. Wayne Gray of' Orlando has been-- 'It RE-ELECT I I ::+. xF principle of white supremacy must be HIS FRIENDS ee e..... :

named chairman of the division.
I
A seven point aviation program I f> maintained. You'll want to VOTE for .". :',: ,

for Florida has been outlined by W. B. (Babe) DouglassAS .
: BELIEVES \ the of Flor. .- ':.
Chairman Gray, who suggested: I RAILROAD COMMISSIONER y J: HE : people JUDGE J. OLLIEFO

1. Stimulation, development and C Ida will protect their heritage of Americanism :

promotion of private sportsman 'ands I-,Continue to profit from the servicesof < =:: ,, won on the field of battle and at -. .E y!i\ M UNO J S : -'.- r.
pleasure flying in and for Florida. .
s,: I a public servant of proven abil- r. / '"
2. The encouragement of further' ity, experience, integrity and a, de- -'1.;; the.I polls. RUNITED -L"

development and extensions in the I sire to be of service to the public .) STATES -
HE BELIEVES 'That labor and '.:
commercial and airline fields, and his fellow citizens. His decis- I today --_ ,- .,

eluding air express, freight, in-I ionshave been based upon evidenceand -:j. business! ,arc slaves of government instead If! tJ a ft n :;

feederline service. \ i he will ,continue to follow that .1 ; of the government being the servant of S lti ft.un' :.
3: Stimulation and encouragement policy. I c
of aviation manufacturing, and i the people. Labor's hard-won gains over ,

allied aviation lines in Florida. II (Political 'advertisement paid for by \ ; half a century must not be lost by legislation

4. Retention of the many benefits friends of Mr. Douglass.) I that gives bureaucrats the power _EAR HIM OVER RADIO I :;,

'!'.. : 'to deny labor's right to bargain freely

r. with the employer. STATION WDAE and WQAMFRIDAY q.

/ "Let's Get Down
MARCH 31 7:15 P. M.j .
-. HE BELIEVES. That free enterprise is -
'; > : % to Business"h '
: .y M v the backbone of American progress and --'

prosperity. He believes',that the power- .f j MAIL THIS I COUPON 1
NOMINATECONGRESS .
.
...
greedy hands of the bureaucrats must Friends of J. OLLIE EDMUNDS, .
' I
I come off the throttle and that operating 414-16 REALTY BUILDING, '
BILL I tAmerican
I JACKSONVILLE 2 FLORIDA ,
;
control of farms, business and I I' "
I .. Please count on my active support andbuilt -I
-- industry should returned to those who
; WALL I vote for J. OLLIE EDMUNDS as United 1I "
I I --. them and are qualified to run them. I States Senator from Florida in the comI'.;y

i; ; lor HE BELIEVES. That the future is lost if I ing Democratic.Primary,-May: 2nd, 1944. t


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/i y OT1I FLORIDA DISTRICT means the return of our fighting forces to I I. Street or' address.' ......................................... 'I
WPA jobs instead of jobs 1 supplied b y. ..
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vious," Upchurch said. "To ac-i Delinquent TaxpayersWill FOR SHERIFF I II the best service possible to Felda and

PARALYSIS FUND IN complish this we must raise teachers' the county as a whole, Just as 1 am
hereby announce myself as a can- I doing this term. I will be grateful for
salaries sd our schools'may compete Pay Penalty didate for the office of: Sheriff of your vote and support. Thank you.

with business for the most efficient dry County, Florida. Having Hen-I ASA TOWNSEND.
STATE SUCCESS Justice of the Peace for a (Paid Political
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personnel Upchurch, first of the April First years, I feel that I am fully )
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and capable of holding and
candidates to recognize the existing conducting
the affairs of this most important office
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school situation, strongly emphasized I Property owners who fail to pay in an efficient economical and I FOR COUXTY COMMISSIONER:
JACKSONVILLE, March 30 business-like manner.I DISTRICT NO. 1
this part of his, talk. their state and county taxes by I II

:1 "Florida's infantile paralysis campaign Construction of new highwaysand I tomorrow, March 31, will be required have been a resident of Hendry ,i This will announce my' candidacy
this I County for 21 years and feel that I for re-election .
will to the office of
year set a new all- county
to not only the full amount of know the and
' .: lateral roads, where needed, I pay i people their problems. I commissioner, district number 1,- subject -
time high record Paul Rein- IIf I elected, I shall endeavor
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to give
taxes but a penalty besides. to the May primaries. I
the
through and not around cities and : am concluding
I them my wholehearted cooperation In I
hold, state chairman for Florida I my second term in this
capacity -
i towns, Upchurch said, is essential to The penalty will amount to 10 per :r every respect. Your vote and support i and invite a careful inspectionof

, announced today."Incomplete : Florida's continued progress. He I cent on personal property, and 3 percent j I will be greatly appreciated.G.. H. .SMALL. for my this record time. as your commissioner
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returns show that
also told of his plans to aid aviation, on real. The 1943 tax bills I (Paid Political Advertisement) I Your vote and support will be
-t' collections will amount to approxi- mailed out so that taxpayers preciated. ap-
agriculture, citrus and to prot ctFlorida's I were
'., mately $200,000 of which $100-I I' GLEN E. ETHERTON.
could take advantage of the 4 I
oil and mineral resources., f per I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER (Paid Political Advertisement.)
000 will be retained in
the State
discount allowed during the
cent I DISTRICT 2
No.
''I I. by local chapters. This is nearly I month of November. This means that : I FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT

: four times the amount raised last I Democratic Committee property owner.s have had five I r This advertisement is to announce -
? I that I am a candidate for the office of I This is to
year and six times the average an- I before I I announce that I am seeking ;
in which to taxes
I I i months pay County Commissioner in District No. the office of County Superintendent )
nual collections during the preced- To Meet Saturday Night:!I a penalty would be affixed. I 2, Hendry County, in the coming Dem- of: Public Instruction subject to
ocratic Primary. I am particularly I the wishes of the
., ing five years. voters in the May
Tax Collector R. N. Miller
,* County qualified for this office since I am a primary. If elected I will work for
The March of Dimes by Florida The Hendry county democratic I' estimated that 90, per cent of the I I lawyer, a civil\ engineer, and, in addi- I I the best Interests of the schools of
:: theatres effective tion, have served as a County Commissioner Hendry county and ,in
, was very this every way pos-
year executive committee will meet Saturday -! 1943 1'011.would be collected by tomorrow and Chairman for Hendry I sible endeavor to justify the confidence '

!! raising some 163,000. night, 8 o'clock, at the court- night. County." My record in the past will you place in me. I will deeply '
"- "In the, campaign last the I stand up for itself. I promise the same appreciate your vote and support.
year
, house for the purpose of planning a .efficient competent, courageous, and : Thank you ''i
expense of collection was held, to I
understanding administration of coun- MRS. HOMER TAYLOR. "
rallies for the benefit of
: 2.36 percent. Reports this year indicate rally or I POLITICAL I, ty affairs that I gave the people of (Paid Political Advertisement.)
candidates who may desire to meet Hendry County before.I 4
;) that the rate will be even will appreciate your vote and
sup-
and speak to residents of the countyin ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR i,
,lower than that of last year. that manner.In I j, port.Very sincerely, FOR DISTRICT COUNTY NO.1 COMMISSIONER:- NAUD a:

"Practically every county in the SELDEN L. STEWART.Paid ,
the past, or in the last big '1
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,, state showed sizeable increase over CONSTABLE IHSTIIIC XO. 1 I, ( Political Announcement) I wish to announce to the voters of ;
campaign year of 1940 a majorityof ,., Hendry county that I am a candidate
4,, r former years. Dade county topped those running for office voted I have .qualified us candidate for reelection for reelection to the' office of County ,...
them all in total amount collected, to the office of constable for FOR CLERK OF COURT Commissioner of district No.4, which -:
against rallies at a call meeting in
41 I Is 'Fort Denaud. I am serving my first
with more than $50,000. Hills- District 1. : I wish to :;
announce my candidacy term in office and can honestly
which taken.
vote was say
borough was second, with more than a I have served four years as your I for the office of < of the circuit that during this time I have done my
constable, and six years as deputy count
: Candidates may attend this .meeting court of Hendry subject to the best to familiarize myself with the affairs :.
$24,000; and Duval was third with sheriff and city marshall in Clewiston.I I have ,
May primary. been a residentof | of my district and the
for the Clewis- county asa
same
purpose. : have worked constantly to keep thisa
I Hendry county for sixteen If
more than $21,000. years. i whole to the end that I might be
ton office seekers in the coming ; clean law-abiding community andI elected will conduct the affairs of the able to give an efficient as well as conscientious ,
want to continue to keep it this way. office in efficient and businesslike .
May, primary are said to favor a.I Your vote and support will .be ap- an administration. In asking ;
1 I manner. Your vote and support are I I for another term, I pledge my best efforts -
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Frank D. rally. preciated. respectfully solicited. | in
Upchurch I j I. S. BELL, SR. I I a continuance of the same I
G. B. RACKSTRAW.: I policy. Your vote and support in the ;
Committee' members M. N. Paid Palitical Advertisement)
1 are !i, ( }I ,Map primary will be appreciated.
Here Yesterday (Paid Political Advertisement.)
Spoke Taylor, chairman,' Mrs. S. L. Stew- I A. J. EVERS. ;
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art, Mrs. H. L. DeLaney, Mrs Mar- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT : P Advertisement.) "
NO. 2 FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:
,r ) '.' Campaigning on a liberal and pro- garet Reeves, Mrs. Agnes Thomas, DISTRICT NO. 3

', gressive program for: post-war Flor- Mrs. Jane Walker, Carl Berner, M. I wish to announce my candidacy I ,- FOR COUNTY DISTRICT COMMISSIONER NO. 3

Ida, Frank D. Upchurch, of St. J. Bush, E. L. Stallings'and Lubbert for the office of county commissioner This is te announce that I am in the
Coleman. I, District No. 2, Hendry County} subject race for County Commissioner of Dis- W. N. (Bill) Stallings announces his
Augustine, candidate for -governor, I' to the Democratic primaries in trict No.3. LaBelle, subject to the candidacy for the' office of county '
outlined his "Preface to Progress"and ._-.- -- May. wishes of the, voters of Hendry countyas I commissioner for district No. 3, Hendry j|
I, Your vote and support. will be greatly expressed in the May, 2 primary.I ; 1 County. Florida. He has been a resi- a
its 14 objectives in a talk here Fourth War Loan I II appreciated. am a lifetime resident of this section dent of the county since its creation
'( Wednesday. J. C. JACKMAN. and deeply interested in its welfare I and is deeply interested In its progress.
'1 (Paid Political Advertisement.) and development. To this end, if elect- He hopes to have the opportunity ,
a Upchurch favors a balanced economy I Drive Satisfactory I ed, I will give the best service of which I and pleasure of serving you, and will
"', \ I am capable. Your vote and support I do it to the very best of his ability. -J
for Florida in which there shall FOR SHERIFFI will be greatly appreciated. Thank He will -appreciate your vote and 5
: be equal opportunity for all lines of Official -- you. I support in the May primary. *
':a endeavor'rather than tabulation of results of I wish to announce my candidacy R. B. W ALDRO (Paid Political Advertisement.)
'over-emphasis
the Fourth War Loan drive show I for the office of Sheriff of Hendry (Paid Political Advertisement.)
.j of one activity at the expense of all Hendry county raised 137 percent 'County subject to. the Democratic I FOR COUNTY JUDGE "
primaries in May.
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'Others.' of the total quota assigned and The idea of being a candidate was FOR SHERIFF I

'} Concerning World War 'No. 2 veterans 97 % of the "E" bond quota as-I suggested by friends and is agreeableto I reelection hereby to announce.the office my of candidacy County Judgeof for
desires. I believe that acquaintance -
jJ.: )0'. Upchurch asserted with 15,000 signed, C. y. Parkinson and R. M. my with the county and my its l''' wish to announce that I am a candidate Hendry County subject to the demo-
for reelection to the office of cratic primary i.[ May. I have madea
:-, Florida men and women already, re- Harris, chairmen of, the two war I people office. qualify me for this important Sheriff'of Hendry county at the primary sincere effort to conduct the affairsof

, leased from the armed ,forces, we 'are I bond committees in the county have Your vote and support will be appreciated election in May. I have tried to the office in such a manner as to1
; i conduct the office in a manner to jus- justify my request for another term,
now face to face with what many I been notified. this week by the regI -i I HULBERT M. POLLARD I tify another term, and I will appreciate' 'and if reelected, will continue to give

I expected would be a post-war prob- ional office of the war finance (Paid Political ,Advertisement.) your vote and support. the same conscientious and efficient
: I BILL MADDOX., service. Your vote and support will
lem. I committee. ,. I (Paid Political Advertisement.) be appreciated. Thank you.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT R. M. (BOB) HARRIS.
':: "The manpower shortage is taking Total sales in the county amounted (Paid Political Advertisement.) t
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; care of these people now, but
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to $655,950.00 which is way over
This is to announce that I am a I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
we must prepare now to provide by 'j the $477,200 assigned. E bond sales candidate for reelection to the officeof DISTRICT NO. 3 FOR SHERIFF

, ; i private enterprise, if possible, or at'public of fell short Clerk of the Circuit Court subject to '
; $73,232.00 3
. | percent
. '. f the primary in May. In once more \ I hereby announce' to the ,voters of I wish to announce that I am a can
,' ; expense, if necessary, useful i!of the $75,200 quota. asking the vote and support of the Hendry county that ram a candidatefor didate for the office of Sheriff of 1Iendry -
': ,; and remunerative employment for I voters of Hendry county I offer the the office of County Commissionerof county subject to the democratic
; 'I r Judge Harris, of LaBelle, and Mr. I experience gained through years of District No. 5, Felda, subject to the primary of :May 9th. If elected, I will ,
.:' I' tens, of thousands of returning serv- j; Parkinson, of Clewiston, who were past service and a renewed pledge of democratic primary in, May. I am conduct the office in an efficient and -;;
;" :tee men and women," Upchurch said. continued honesty, "efficiency and the serving the unexpired term of my business like'manner to' the best' ,Interests :
" I I I in charge of the drive in western same fair treatment to' all at all times. predecessor, Jim :Maddox, who resigned, of all. Your vote and support ..
'". I I :, A U S. Marine in World War No. ,](' and In'eastern Hendry county, were I Thank you. and am frying to make the county a will be greatly appreciated. '
'1, and the father'of two; sons in the gratified with the final results WILLIAM T. (TOM) HULL., good commissioner. In asking to be H. H. (MACK) McCALL.
: as (Paid Political Advertisement.) elected to the office, I promise to give I (Paid Political ,,Advertisement.) .\)
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present war Upchurch also advo- 'shown
in official tabulations. They '
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:; cates a streamlined education program J I were also proud of the citation presented FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER j

, for those ,called into service ;I them for "The, People of I DISTRICT XO. 2 ..................................-..............-............................................-.....................................-...,...........-.......-.......-...-......-...-....-...-...-..... ,qi
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before completing their schooling. I Hendry County" in recognition of I wish to announce that I am a I Y'i .

.-: "The necessity for making Florida the'splendid response made here to candidate for reelection to tho office

'J schools the best in the nation is ob- the drive for war bond sales.AVETERAN I of county Commissioner of- DistrictNo.
. I 2, east LaBelle, subject to the will I
,1 jLr,. of the voters of Hendry county in the I
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.; nnHH I 1 May man board 2 when primary.saw I was fit Members to first make elected of me the chair-county four- 1:1- To My Friends of


j years ago, and again two years ago, 1
; KNOWS I an honor which I deeply appreciated.
:' Since I have been in office 'I have I
tried to serve my district and the I
county at large to the best of my abil- I
: ity. This I will continue to do, if re- Hendry County ,
I elected. The vote and support of the .
W W MEANS
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people of the county will be ap ..
: I preciated. Thank you. :- A.i
> I J. O. DAVIDSON. y .
This war veteran farmerbusiness ..i'r: +
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FOR COUXTY COMMISSIONER: : I.t
that peace brings job worries. DISTRICT NO.3'

5 ; He has PROVEN he can solve I -- ? :i.
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l rz that problem. This is to announce that I am a :
y candidate for reelection to the'office

-'J" of County Commissioner of District I:;p: with ::: '
No. 3, west LaBelle. In the past I have your cooperation, the collections of my ofp
l'P ELECT ERNEST R. devoted myself to working for the best

1 I interests ty as a whole.of my I district am rounding and the out coun-my I* Lice have .been almost perfect; and in this Sway the :;%:

second term. In asking for reelection, I ..
GRAHAMGOVERNOR for the privilege of serving another I.t.t. schools of our county have been able to run nine ..i.y .
: 0a .t term, my only pledge is to continue .
: i to give honest and efficient service. I .
j Your vote and support will be' ap :;: months, and the other departments of the county have :: '


_ \ I- ); 'L.i I II.I preciated.(Paid Political Thank GEORGE Advertisement.you. L. POOLE.)' t.: been able to pay all their biBs. The record that I .:_:; '

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.1 I I I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT !;* have made in these collections, I believe, is.the reason :!;%: .1
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\ To the Voters of Hendry County: I ::: :::

wish for to County announce Commissioner that I am a for candidate Dis-- ::;:: your: Tax Collector for the next four years. I take :

trict No. 8. I have been a resident of ,
ELECT I this section for 31 years and am very :| this means of expressing to you my sincere thanks :
much interested in county affairs. In I'I' : _

asking promise,for if elected your vote to give and to support my dis-, I..!I'I v: for your confidence in me, and I hope to make you a :;%: ,

I trict and county at large the bet

A H.L: IBB STUCKEYI I service sincerely of, which PAUL I am O'DANNOIS capable. Most. I IS: better Tax 'Collector. than I have been in the past. If ..::..


I I (Paid Political Advertisement.) I can be of service to you, don't hesitate to call on me. :;:

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FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER! i ?
I NO. 5-FELDAII. .
DISTRICT :i: :t:
K CONGRESSNEW :
I G. Atchley candidate Your sup- t" :
port in the first primary will be appreciated =:
and if honored with the I:: YOURS FOR SERVICE i
: SIXTH DISTRICT nomination and election I pledge to .
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administer the duties of this office in I..i. ..: -" -t 4LI
PRACTICAL a fair, impartial and businesslikemanner ::: :
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His Own Business 1 dldatc District for No.4 County, Denaud.Commissioner subject to the for I..i.:. Tax Collector 0 f.;. ;'

decision of the voters in the May primaries X X i iI.
I I have lived in Hendry countyfor : Hendry County .!. 1
33 year a resident Vitally Interested Advocate of (food 49 years and am interested in its I.. .-. j
in the development roads and waterof progress and welfare, and, if elected. I :
": South Florida at South Florida tA ways: in South FlorIda I will devote my best efforts to serving 1.- I X I IIX
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said tell his friends he'd be forces of evil and the triumphant 'Steel.
(k-.:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:... home ever to help celebrate Christmas. forces of good.It Prophet, By. Experience; by Jack I I; for canning 5 founds and will of be sugar good for through home I

Leroy who is"a, gunner on a large consists of a series of letters lams. -j February 28, 1945 (this is correct
bomber has recently completed the written by Screwtape an important 0 date and .
amount
) Anyone requir-
To All Hands Lt.
r With last phase of combat training and official in his Satanic Majesty's"Lowerarchy" : Brown. : John Mason ing additional sugar for home-can-

has been eagerly waiting for opportunity to Wormwood, his ning should apply for it at the ,-
to get into action. (nephew, who is a junior devil on The Great Smokies and The Blue ration office.
earth. The letters are instruction Ridge, by Roderick Peattie. 0

: Our Boysin M. C. Doke, who has been stationed I in temptation as to how to corruptthe Wind Sand and Stars, by Antoinede
with a hospital unit at Fort faith of Wormwood's "patient," Saint Exupery. -
Devans,' Massachusetts, has sent who is in danger of becoming a Abraham Lincoln, by James I

theService down an APO number as_ his ad- Christian.The Daugherty. FDR ctas '
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I There are also ten new mysteries. II
r' dress. book sparkles with wit and
) I Curtail ,spending. ,
reveals on every page a penetrating
r'L I Ed VonMach, who was at Darr- understanding of man's spiritual RATIONINGCALENDAR Put your savings [* y
Aero Tech, at Albany,. Ga., has been I struggle upward toward the City of I I into war bonds i
sent to Buckley Field, Denver, Colo- God. Its incisive truth its ,scientil- every
rado, for another phase of flight I lating style cry out for quotation. I i payday.

training. The reader will find himself carry-

..: :..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..: ing it about, reading it to anyone Book MEATS 4 red, BUTTEK stamps ,A8 ETC., B8 and I
Campbell.Nail sent Frances in-
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who will listen. It is a perfect joy
C8, ,D8, E8 and F8 good for 10through'May
teresting sheet this week which shows
'Mr. and Mrs. George H. Bellamy I and should become a classic. points )
20. Red tokens
I[show the boys in the South Pacific
,hare received a letter from their son, I worth
one point in change.
(i keep up with what's going on in the GOLDEN APPLES OF THE SUN :
: that he has I fl
"TJS Alfred E. Bellamy (Meat I
I world and the war. It's a mimeographed grades: AA or choice, A
landed in Italy after being in North j sheet, containing sums By Rosemary Obermeyer I or good, B or commercial, C or util-
Africa for fifteen months. He is maries of news events all over the There is a touch of fantasy and ity, D. or cutters and canners.) .
in the best of health, he states, and J I world, and gives them up-to-the other worldliness in this story told, FRUITS, J JAMS 'ETC. [R/cN/sA MANW//0i

.has received a few ribbons aid bars.One .I minute news on the progress of the by the little gipsy Rhona. Her fost- I Book 4, blue A8, B8: C8, D8 and HAS MORE
M ONEY
of the ribbons is the Good Con- war. There were dispatches of er mother put her into a convent !E8 good for 10 points!; through May

duct ribbon given for exemplary j I Pacific war news, 'and paragraphs school, to be made into a proper lit- I c20. F8, G8, H8, J8, K8 good from THAN H/S w/FE
behavior and efficient service. Alfred !! from London, Washington, and many.I tle girl, ,but Rhona ran away and'I I April 1 to June 20i Blue tokens CAN SPEND '
wishes to be remembered to all.j I I other points. Most of the news items foundS refuge with a sentimental old worth one point in change. _;. ,_ I
his friends in Clewiston. He writes Irish farmer, shiftless and happy, I SUGAR
were concerning the war or the war I
often of the good old sugar house I f I' effort. The sheets are apparently who was caring for his small grandniece { Stamp 39 in book 4 'valid indefinitely -
'where he worked before going into issued daily froth telegraph press i I Midge With a frail kindly t for five pounds, stamp 40

'the army. I dispatches, so the boys have the priest, a lovesick girl, and an ec- valid for canning through Feb. 28,
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equivalent of a condensed daily front I centric taxidermist they started off 1945 (correct.)
WAVE Launita George, who was in a covered wagon through the SHOES .
page. .
Seriously injured in a traffic acci- I I wilderness. In a fairy-tale ending_ Book 1 stamp 18 valid', through n
dent near the Jacksonville Naval Willard E. Dilley, U.S.N.R., has I they escaped from Midge's cruel j!April 30 and book 8 stamp 1 on air /yjlil
Air Station, where she is stationed, been promoted from Lieutenant :father and found a new home. I! plane sheet valid" indefinitely.. Anew
underwent another operation on her stamp will be valid May 1.'
(j.g.) to full Lieutenant. After ---- I
leg this week. The leg has been having been stationed in New York I NEW ROOKS: IN THE LIBRARYThe I GASOLINE
amputated just above the knee, but City for more than' a year; he is being I 1 I 9-A coupons valid for three gal-
Liu nit a reports in a cheerful spirit transferred to Alameda Cali Screwtape Letters, by C. S. s lIons through May 8. "" .
that she is doing nicely and hopes fornia. Lewis. I FUEL OIL ,
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The very best of luck and a speedy Rosemary Obermeyer. :Sept' 80.Definite; place to have prescriptions filled
-re .yery to you, Launita. Book Reviews .1 Avalanche, by Kay Boyle. value coupon good any I
Simply take '
The Signpost, by E. Arnot Robertson. ;I'time. your doctor's advice'

Captain Coburn Moore, who was New books in Clewiston Public Li' I Industrial users of fuel oil are and entrust it to us.ALSTON'S.,

'at pilots, Instrument School at Bryan,f brary-reviewed by Mrs. W. Dean! Winter Wheat, by Mildred Walker. i I advised that all such fuel oil rations
Texas, has: completed the course King, chairman: J The Fountainhead, by Ayn Rand. ,I expire April first. Users who wish
Tthere, and has been sent to l\Iuroc'l The Weeping Wood, by Vicki I to renew their rations should come AND
"California. Baum. to the ration office and make proper -
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Maud Hare was happy this I C. S. Lewis Lawrence. I SUGAR STAMP

"week over receipt of a splendid picture This extraordinary little book is, a Canape-Vert, by Phillipe and Pierre The No. 40 in Book 4 is now good CLEWISTOX, Ii'LOItLD.ILexGreeii f o_ ,..

ef ker daughter, WAG Private .startling, unique, and powerful presentation Marcelin.A .
'EveU-m Hare: in uniform. A telc- of the old, old problem of Bell for Adano, by John Hersey. ,
pkeme call from her son, Staff Sgt. I ILee. the continuous battle for the soul The Lost Weekend, by Charles
.r Hare, from Nebraska, how' ,of a man between the insidiousToday's Jackson
LiaIa, by Martha Gellhorn. ,
'0 I Burma Surgeon, by Gordon S. ,
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I F U N NIG I RAM By J der Griffin. ) FOR j

Victoria Grandolet, by Henry
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: I The Walsh Girls, by Elizabeth '
1 Janeway. k... 4\ '
Another thing to "get I The Gay Illiterate; by Louella I BLACKSMITH:
Parsons.All .
5 tired" of hearing is a knockIng I ;" TEACHER LEGISLATOR
k Dogs Go To Heaven, by Beth :i
motor: Bring those I I JUDGE CONGRESSMAN?;

9 y 3 t, 4 knocks to us and drive i Brown. I \& *
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M. wk ia4' 3w away with a motor purring Farson.Behind God's Back by Negley I '

like a kitten. He has a ,broad understanding
War And Peace, by Leo Tolstoy.
of Florida'sKT and
post1" -
Men of Maryknoll, by James' Keller :
HENDRY war problems
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Elder to Mrs. W. A. Montgomery, !; Community Center. : officers are requested to be'pres- into the fields all ready to harvest.

Mrs. H. J. Roath, Mrs. Ben Bolton, "The King and His Kingdom" is ent. :Topics on the program were "Mlfsion.!

Mrs. Fred Sikes, Mrs.' E. F. Phillipi, the theme of the minister's sermon. The Sunbeams of the church will Needs in New Mexico given by

-. l Personals J J Mrs W. Wheeless, Mrs Fred Dun- Young people's meeting at 6:00 1 meet at the home of Mrs. H. C. Mrs. W. R. Broaderick; "Soul

away and Mrs. Farris. p. m., for those of high school and Meador Thursday afternoon at 3:30 Hungry for the Bread of Life," givenby

-- junior high school age. The pro- p. m. Mrs. H. C. Meador; "But Faith

GAYLE GEIGER CELEBRATED J gram will include worship, discus- ,
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sion, recreation.The
Mrs. Hubert Lan'd spent the week- :;RD IHKTHDAY FRIDAY and BAPTIST CIRCLE MEETING .
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end in Fort Myers visiting Mr. and I annual congregational meeting -
Mrs. J. H. Presslc). Gayle Geiger celebrated her third i will be held on Monday, April 3, v '1-
I The Lorraine Tilford
Urthday at her home Friday after- beginning with a covered dish, picnic Circle'lllet'
.. when her mother Mrs. Jay the Tuesday afternoon for a business and Fish Gamp
church
noon supper on. lawn at
Earl E. Hingson U. S. Navy,
program meeting at the home of
Geiger entertained a group of Mrlittle j 6:30 p. m. (Near Hurricane' Gate)
spent the week here with his sister, II Mrs. Gordon Bembry with Mrs.
I friends and playmates. j The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup- ; Clewiston, Fla.
Robison leave.
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Mrs. W. while on Floyd Andrews cohostess.The .
.r The children enjoyed games outdoors per will be observed at the serviceon as Boats and Motors-Guide Service
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II and were given color books. Thursday, April 6, at 8:00 p. m. devotion was given by; Mrs. Rates Reasonable
Mrs.. Eddie Curry and daughter,
,and paper doll books as favors. IceI There will be' special music, by the Leon Bembry who chose as her : W. II. Johnson, :Mgr. ,
Lovvorn, and Mrs. C.I. Lovvorn cream, cake, cookies and grape- I choir: topic "Lift up your eyes and look i I I
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spent Wednesday in West Palm juice were served to Martha Ellen j You are cordially invited to wor- .

Beach. Shaws, Judy Curtner, Sandra Coch- ship with us.FIRST !i. ..,;,;..' r.K &: ="-k .:; ,,
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'- Mrs. H. S. Gove. Jr., and children j Beverly Egley, Harriet Ma-1 i BAPTIST CHURCH I ,

of Eustis are visiting :\11'. and Mrs.G. :'gill', Martha Christine Hare, Alice H. C. Meador, Pastor 1.

H/7/; 'Brown and Mr. and Mrs. B. jStallings! Joyce DeVane, PeggyPowell !

T. Vorhees this week. Rose Dunaway, Penny Brow- t THANKS-FOLKS
I _. Sunday School-9:45 a. m. \
a --:- I I er, Barbara Vann, Sylvia Lister, Morning Worship : 00 a. in. s

:Mr. and Mrs. Felix D. Bush who 'Jackie Morris, Ronald Egley, Donnie Sermon by Rev. J. W. Jelks.

have resided in Clewiston for the ;jMathis, DeVan Dyal, Darrell Dyal, Subject: "The Soul's Soliloquy." "3

past year, left this week. for their ; Gene Anderson and Phil Thielen, Jr. I Training Union-6:45 p. m. I am deeply grateful for

home'in Williston.
"! Evening Worship-8:00 p. m.Serruan I ., : the encouragement I am
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j by J. W. Jelks.

Mrs. Essie; Moorman left Monday I Subject: "What Is Salvation." I | receiving in my campaign

her home in Macon, Georgia, I Glen Etherton entertained I Hear Rev. J. W.. Jelks all this !
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fOr er visiting for a few weeks with members of her bridge club Wednesday I i week in special revival services. We w.. r ;1 for

Sgt.. and ,Mrs A. L, Moorman.Mrs. I evening, and awarded a double have had great crowds and a fine
deck of bridge cards to Mrs. Foy :' V
I I spirit of fellowship. The messages pL Ijr.
.: C. N. Williams of Leesburg, Durrence, who held high score. Mrs. have been both helpful and convincing. o SHERIFFof

and Mrs. 1{. J. Baumgardner of A.V.. Lawrence won second high I You will be blessed by your

Moore Haven were guests of their and received household novelty., 1 I coming.Services.

mother-Mrs. S. J. Yoder, here this Mrs. V. C. Woodward was low and I twice daily-Morning at I

week. received- a jar of jelly. I i 9:30 to 10:30 except Monday morning -J
'Mrs. Etherton served fruit salad, :Evening, 8 p. m. : > of Hendry County. If IEPc

Sergeant and Mrs. Peter Chagaris tea and wafers to Mrs. C. L. Dennis Small is leading our sing;

I of Fort Bragg, N. C., spent a few I Lendon. Mrs. Foy Durrence. Mrs.1\IC-1 ing masterfully and if you love good : ; I! 9;$-{' am elected, I shall do my

... days in Clewiston this week while W. Lawrence. Mrs. R. C. Nowling, singing and are inspired by it you tr best to merit that

Sgt. Chagaris 'is ',on furlough. They I Mrs. Joe M. Hall, Hrsy V. C. Wood- don't want to miss these services. very

also visited in Miami before returning I ward and Mrs. R M. Hare, Jr. -Training Union Special-The of- i 4 r% Y f J N confidence.
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, to North Carolina. I ficers council will have a call meet- I /
Mrs. Dave Alston won a blue pot- 5W
ing Sunday night at 6 p. m. All I II
| tery pitcher as first prize ..at the
5; i Mr. and Mrs. Basil Bowden, Miss I
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bridge club which met Wednesday
t' Molly Bowden, Mrs. Lucile Stello and
:1 1 \ afternoon at the home: of Mrs. ,Carl I WANTED'Furnished'
: Suzanne Stello of Sebring were
Johnson Mrs. H. R. 'Hall received I III

""' guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.. Bill Bowden II''a deviled egg plate as cut prize. I rooms and furnished H. 00 (Mack) McCALL

I) _--_ Bavarian cream and devil's food I II I
cake were served to Mrs. Alston houses and
two
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..... Miss Margaret Morgan of West I ELECT ME YOUR SHERIFF
Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs.
Palm Beach arrived Friday and I I bedrooms.
:. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. R. C.. Wilson, A. J. Man f
joined :Miss Frances Morgan in a I.
Mrs J. W. Ezelle, Mrs W. H. Lanier (Paid Political Advertisement.)
;;'t. ,'", week-end visit to their parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop.CELEBUATED ning, Clewiston Inn. 1 It I
and Mrs.: A. L. Morgan in Moore Ha I!

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{,,,.;" Orlando where he spent a"Tew days *
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J. W. Ezelle celebrated the I .
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ti ;' third birthday of her son, Jennings, :: I
;: jor operation last week. He reports with given at their home .;. ,,.'..'....,:. :. \ .
a party : '
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r ;.k, nicely.that Mrs. Brantley recuperating (Friday afternoon:; The children enjoyed .II :.:: .: .:r- :: I.J' ; ; ..,"... ". ". :: : : ',::"::.::...v <....:. .. .:...,.....>:_..::...:.,;.: ..,." I

;. t', ;' games on the lawn and refreshments -I "
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"73 of ice cream and individ- 2
h; Mrs. E .M. Blake, who has been, !
ual cakes. A yellow and green color i !
visiting for a few days in RockY'Mount
scheme was carried out in decorating -
N. C., after spending the ; ,
the cakes and in the brick ice ;
winter here with her daughter, Mrs. I cream. : c4 1' ri y;p. sv/s'n.SY v'trti!!::n' ss 1
N. V. S. Mumford, has returned to I i
Favors of sand-box toys were distributed -
her home in Asheville.Mrs. ',
to Lynn Vaughn, Bonnie

I Faye Durrence, Ronnie Wylie, Lief" I I :

W. H. Lanier has returned I Johnson, Karl and Eric Larsen,J JI ] .. -' v' .-- ..'>-.$' ff#""> <:<, '...."'< :'.. w: ?. .... 1
from Tampa where she accompaniedher ;:
[Helen Prewitt, Martha Christine
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mother, Mrs. Flora Deans. The JJ
Hare, Donna Gayle Martin, Glenda I : :
bus on which they were making the
I Sue Etherton, Billie Sue Crow, Lee
c trip collided with a large truck
Moorman, Lamar McLendon, R. C.
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near Sarasota, but except for bruises, I r}::
a Granere, Jr., Mary Teresa and Tom
the passengers escaped injury.
,- my Seegers, Boyd Vorhees, Christine -' '
Hutson, Albert Gericke, Mary Catherine I ,1l.. .'R ttwf9yj'g'tir ii;
Mrs. E. W. Durst returned Saturday -
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and Judy Francis, John, Jerry, '
after spending a"few, weeks in : .. t
'j Matthew and David Prewitt, Marion ,
Miami. Mr. Durst, who is employed -
McGowin, Marilyn Hancock, Georgia -
on a contracting project there,
+ John and' Bobby Weetman,
accompanied her home for the weekend I
Frank Stroud, Sarabeth Sikes, Eu-
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I dalie Mueller, Barbara Ann Law-/

--' Mrs. John Lucca returned the son, and Martha Jean Nowling. .
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first of the week after a stay in i : i ii I I

;,. West Palm Beach and Miami. Mrs. i LADIES AID TO :MEET; I 1./- -, > h' .
William Lucca, whom she visited {n AT CHURCH THURSDAY } VN 't'
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Miami, Lt. George Gallager, of < : '
Staten Island and Miss Natalie Mc- ; The Ladies Aid Society of the {: ; :;
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Cann of Baltimore, accompanied her I Community Church will hold its i '

'- home for a short visit and left by .April meeting next Thursday after- .. 7 -

\ train ,Monday for New York. noon, April 6th, at three o'clock. .

The meeting will be held in the ,

f 'J"1-- CIRCLE MEETING AT I church. JI T',, > I consider every citizen of Hendry County as f

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.f. :- I CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY I ::. -, : my friend and neighbor, and I want to thank :s::

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The Kathleen -
Mallory Circle met CHURCH :
...: Tuesday afternoon at the home of David O. Han.cocklinister I :;: you for the privilege of again being nominated *

.. : Mrs. Joe Elder. Mrs. W. Wheeless I I II
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..:,:'. and Mrs. E. F. Phillippi conducted I SUNDAY, APRIL 2. 1944 I without opposition to represent you in the Florida :

V, the devotional service. A Sunday School 9:45 -
program : a. m., Dr. c..1
:>:... on missions was presented by Mrs.k 1 JE. Gericke, superintendent. Classes I :.!':. Legislature.I assure you the absence of 3:
Elder, Mrs. W. A. Montgomery and : for all ages. '
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I' Mrs. Fred Sikes. j I MorningVorship, 11:00 a. m. A' opposition will not lessen my responsibility ::;:

After a short business session, 'nursery for small children -
is :: Legislator and I will continue to the '
I refreshments. were served by Mrs. ducted by the Mothers' Club at con-I' your very .


I .;N;.N.; _ :_.:; ,' best of my ability to represent Hendry County J:

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R'L' 0oa I wont let 'ri<.Fen '..

in Italy

For time i is ?.11 nice,

Lack Uniform Program r iWNUSenI Free tomorrows ;

And so I'll just be.
Spy StuffOne Washington, D. C.

STATE DEPARTMENT strong: md br' ..ve,

Immediate Circumstances Necessitate Allied modern of history the most is the bitter fact ironies that British p*, : Aides STYMIES to Nelson ROCKEFELLER Rockefeller think And show I'm


Cooperation With King and Badoglio as Intelligence had evidence prov- the administration blundered in fail- worthy oF bs
ing that Hitler intended to start a
\ ing to defend itself better againstthe
\ Leaders of Only Unified Group. war in Europe. But Chamberlain my sorrows
charges of Latin American extravagance 1\1IC""'!
refused to believe it. Instead of be-
made by Republican
lieving his Intelligence-Chamberlain -
own Senator
Hugh Butler of Nebraska.
took Hitler's word when he 0
Inside
I By BAUKHAGE I said that he wanted peace WIlenthe pared ,fact rebuttal is that Rockefeller pre-
a to Butler's blast .
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and Commentator.
News Analyst war is over the story will be against
our Good Neighbor spending, k'

WNU Service, Union Trust Building Another point Churchill made ican told: It will reveal how an Amer-the but it was killed by the state depart- WNU Features.
gathered
man
Washington, D. C. should be noted for later comment: newspaper ment.
evidence that resulted in. America
"Should we succeed in the present The rebuttal had been prepared as
How can the Allied governments, kicking out Nazi diplomatsbecausethey
I trust an article for
battle and enter Rome-as Reader's Digest, un- '
the Allied armies, sworn to defend were working as Nazi espionage der
shall be Rockefeller's CLASSIFIE'DDEPARTMENT
and believe we shall-we by-line. .Rockefel-
the cause of democracy, continue to agents Each\ Nazi chief has a
ler
and free to review the whole Italian po- showed it to two advisers, John
deal with Italy's Fascist king private spy ring that he uses to keep
litical position and we shall do so Dickey and Anna Rosenberg, who
Marshal Badoglio,and refuse to rec- tabs on other Nazi biggies. That's
both
do
of with many advantages which we okayed it. Then it was sent
ognize the anti-Fascist conference why Goebbels has a switchboard
to
the
not at the present time. state department.
political parties recently organizedat possess before I which is used to listen in on every There AGENTS
One more Churchill quote Hull's public relations adviser WANTED"f'L
in Bari Italy?
held
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a meeting conversation in his building.
Com- try to present the American view Michael McDermott, advised
The so-called "junta of the MOTTOES PASTEL. MULTICOLOR Sacred -
: against letting young Rockefellerstep and :Patriotic J; ,
Liberation" named following point fast sellers. Send 2.'ie
mittees of seldom
Glamorous Harts
Mata
be however to are out defender of the for sample and particulars. DR. S. M.
"I should as -
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sorry government's
the Bari conference, tele- used these days. The Nazis train CHAMBERS, Cox 403, Morrislown, Tenn.
British see an unsettling change, made at a foreign policy. He urged that
members of the
graphed to forspy workso
ordinary
time when the battle is at its cli- looking people this prerogative should be reservedfor
house of commons a message which that they won't stand out in a PARTNER WANTEDCANADIAN
max, swaying to and fro. When'you Cordell Hull alone.
contained this : crowd In
passage and excite suspicion
confusedand have'to hold a hot coffee pot, it is So the article was killed, and the GEOLOGIST
"Here. Fascism, at first Argentina the Nazis control more and Prospector
It better not to "break off the handle next issue of the Reader's Digest, with 20 yrs experience, knowing of gold
fearful, has taken courage. than a dozen widely circulated daily base metal, and non-metallic commerciaiore
until you are sure that you can get instead of carrying a government deposits
Canada
has assumed a mask and has rallied and distribute 300- in wants to meet
another equally convenient and serv- newspapers over rebuttal, carried another blast by parties interested in supplying capital to
around the crown. Affecting a 000 pamphlets weekly Each secure ground by staking and develop and
which is too recent to be iceable, or at least that you will finda Butler, with an editor's note saying organize on partnership basis. Write
friendship dishcloth hand ." Nazi spy gets certain tricks to use. that Rockefeller had been given a Geologist, Box 43, Sarnia Ont., Oanada.PHOTOGRAPHY .
sincere, it has attempted to distort I As soon as he is nabbed those tricksgo .
chance
the judgment of your political and So much for the shadowy outlinesof on a blacklist to make certain to reply, but declined.So I

military officials. Once 'more oppressing the defense. another agent won't use the same readers all over the countryare

people as it has always -: Let from beginning to think Senator But-
our me give you now, my act. ler be FOR FAST ROLL FILM:: DEVELOPING
done, it is putting all manner I notebook, in the order in which I may right.* SERVICE write for safety film mailer.

.: of and illegal obstacles in the took it down the told tv Three 5x7 from photo SI.00.
legal story as Germans in America who refusedto LOS ANGELES STRIKE ABBEY STUDIOS St. Louis 3-C, M..

}. way of any genuine popular initia- me by one "who ought to know." work for the Bund were kidnaped The
which seized Los
tive which tries to render more efficient of- "At the Bari conference, there -shipped back to Germany and Angeles army Water, and Power the systemas CHICKS FOR SALEU. f

and serious the contribution which shot. Yet still have Bund
were a number of parties we many a result of a strike by electrical
liberated Italy to the war againstthe but failed to in this who aren'tin S. approvcd-PulIorum
seemed to agree, they supporters country workers, hopes to turn it back to controlled chicks.
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: paying breeds. Can fill large small
Germans. or
offer a concrete program or one cells! The Nazi espionage the municipal authorities about the orders promptly. Write for prices today.

Addressing the Bari conference, that there was any firm guarantee network is a tremendous organization time this appears in print. JONES HATCHERY, Gallatin, Tennessee.

Italian Sen. Benedetto Croce had would receive unified support. In : The British discovered that When the labor
'' department reports -
said: .war, we cannot guess, we must there were 14,000 Nazi agents in on this strike, its figures will PETS FOR SALEVHYBRID
"It is a fact that the waning prestige is estab- Britain who servants
\ know. There no definitely were posing as show that 2,300 went out. Real
men
t. of the king and the lack of lished leadership among the anti- Five years ago the,Nazis spent Popeyed woodvolves (tiny rodents P
f fact however is that times
:;. confidence in him prevent the king many squirrel-like habits) wonderful pets.
Fascists. 'more money on espionage activities that number were thrown out of entertaining acrobits.: Breeders. $5 pair.
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himself from rallying an Italian DR. F. G. STEINBACH, Wildwood, N. J.
for and
future than
t "We know there is no we spent for our army work by the stoppage of light and
army; he himself, fearing the oppo- any leadership under the king and navy.

'. sition against his person, has pro- in power..
Badoglio. But we must operate Reason the. Prisoners of War
war department
:, of
formation of
hibited the an army who the present, not the future. At pres- The Jap system is to educate ev- stepped in was that the strike had At the present time there are

'" volunteers. Many from German-occupied young men ent, there is but one unified group, ery Jap with the idea 'of being a closed: 84 aircraft plants; 38 navy about 140,000 prisoners of war in

came to me small or large, loved or hated as it sneak. When a Jap returned froma plants; 14 army service forces 56 prison camps in the U. S. Only
full of enthusiasm
: forced territory to disband disappointment were may be, and that is the governmentwhich visit to another nation he promptlywent plants (ordnance and quartermaster 377 of these are Japs.Just I

surrendered to the Allies under '
,
to the Jap foreign office and ).
in their hearts, because they did not
k
King Victor Emmanuel. told them everything he saw and Though the general public knows
and
; find anyone to rally them give
,' them the opportunity to fight." Must Be Realists"We heard ._ Even the most innocent only of such prominent cases as the 2 drops Penetro "
type of information is vital to spies. army seizure of the railroads, actually Nose Drops In each
Those, statements seem forthrightand have to be realists now, nostril help you
Something that may seem unimportant the army is being forced to take breathe freer almost
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fair. After reading them, was and what. is military realists.As .
more,
to you could supply the miss- over many properties tied up by )IWfDS instantly, so your
not surprised when a fairly impor- Churchill said, what the Allies head cold gets air.
ing link to a vital secret for a trained strikes. It has become a pattern. Only 25c-2% times as
tant but not "fairly" informed
per- and able to
need Italians
are ready spy' One of the duties of Nazi Labor unions make use of it to much for 50c. Caution:
son said to me: fight Germans. Such a group ex Use only as directed.
with the agents in this country was: to jot threaten management.Ten Penetro Nose Drops
"The Allies are lined
up ists. Italians are fighting side by
mills tied in Fall
down overheard conversations. It were up
Fascists in Italy. Is that what we side with Americans and British. ..
served morale. If River Mass. because of a mere
as a guide to our ,
are fighting for? Although the Italian fleet has not '
they heard many Americans in one jurisdictional dispute between an in- Severe Penalty
That seems to me a typical atti-
been called to action, it surrendered
union and the CIO. The
dependent
part of the country spouting racial Hawaiian to
and the women were put
tude, one that average man
without resistance. The Italian offi- ,
reflects when he considers the so- hatred-that's where the Nazis con- army was obliged to step in, and is death as late as 1819 if they ate
cers on duty are still loyal to the
still in. The thing happened
centrated their hate propaganda.Nazi same bananas cocoanuts turtles
called "deals" the American pork, ,
gov- symbol (the king) to which they
I at Peabody and Salem, Mass., in a certain fish. k
ernment has made, the arrangementwith made their oath. We are perfectly or
agents run many schools in dispute in the leather industry be-
Darlan in North Africa for in-
willing, we are anxious, that they Argentina-where Argentine chil tween an independent union and the

stance. Think of the abuse heaped choose a new democratic symbol.But CIO. Also the has been
descent army
dren of German are given
upon the state department in that until they do get a new symbolto military training. They used to run obliged to take over the Western Acid Indigestion

case-the deluge of fiery "liberal"criticism which the majority of Italians can Electric plants in Baltimore becauseof .
California until
: at home, and in England, adhere, we are not going to throw similar schools in the notorious "back-house" dis Relieved in 5 minutes or double money back
this reporter exposed the recently When excess stomach acid causes painful suffocatIng -
the wrath of De Gaulle and the rest "
away the old. gav,sour stomach and heartburn,doctors usually
of the French indicted Nazi agent behind that plotF. pute.War prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known for
anti-Vichyites. (Churchill's coffee ) i
pot. officials
department are get- evmDtomaticreliefmedicinesliketboselnBellanstablets.
K. Ferenz Mata Hari was No laxative. Bell-ans brings comfort in
Bitter ReactionAnd So much for what seems to be legends assert. ting worried over this trend. They jiffy or double I Tour money back on return of bottle
as great a as
spy to Sic at all druggists.
then, when on the tenth of the Allies' viewpoint with my added have become the Department of cs.

unofficial, but none-the-less I be- Emergency Labor. They don't like
.
last month it was announced that Espionage a la Hollywood thrillersis

r our famed AMG, the carefully lieve, authentic, interpretation. But old hat. The best weapon of it. They want to fight the war, not
there is something more that no offi- fight labor.
trained, objective military govern- Japanazi agents is propaganda. The .
*
cial would dare whisper. It is the
ment provided by the Allies, who Nazis have discovered that destroying -
which the Allies know ON THE AIR FRONT
had taken over the civilian adminis- problem they a nation's will to fight, by I I OURO "

tration of liberated Italy, had turned are going to face in every reoccupied spreading confusion and disunity, Recently, U. S. fighter planes set "Cap-Brush"Applicator', l -
LEAF 40CO
mattes"BUCK
the country. Italy is a sample. It than up a new record by penetrating a JUST A FEATHM.
over government in these prov- helps them more destroyingwar MUCH FARTHER
is something unpleasant but distance of 550 miles into Europe- DASH IN .
some
inces from which the Germans had plants A Nazi outfit named .
been driven, to the Badoglio government thing we must face.I World Service draws up the propa- 1,100 miles round trip.

( what a deluge of bitter and understand that the Italian peo- ganda blueprints to be used-by their This has been published, but what

cynical comment was hurled at the ple in the liberated regions have not supporters in democratic nations. may not be realized is that fightersare

Allied leaders.Is been inimical to the Americans. But Many.American rabble-rousers working this run in relays. An Eight-Footer

there they are resentful. They are hun- Americaners Three different teams of fighters go Emperor Maximinus of Rome
any explanation? Can :on its mailing list. Some -
f there be any excuse for the United gry. They cannot understand why are still making use of the out toward the target at different Was eight feet two inches tall.

these strong soldiers who times, using the following pattern: ,
': States government, loudly antiFascist young 'propaganda lessons they learned ,-

and violently against all forms have freed them, do not feed them. from the Nazis As far back as 1. The first team goes out with MEDICATED Soothe itch of simple

of totalitarian government, playing' The trucks go by loaded with muni- 1936, Congress was given evidence the bombers, and protects them rashes by sprinkling on

ball with the little king and his satel- tions and supplies. Some food has of Jap espionage in America, but it halfway to the target, meeting and POWDER FOR Mexsana,thesootWng.medicated ,

lites who danced to the tune of Mus- been 'distributed. Not enough., To was ignored When American engaging the German fighters. powder. ReFAMILY -

I, solini? feed all the people would mean halt- newspapers and mags arrive in neu- 2. The second team, starting later USE liovea diaper rash.

Well, there is another side but because ing military operations while the tral countries, everything written catches up with the bombers at

of the of Germans made hay in the sunshineof the halfway mark and escorts them WNU-7
delicacy the situation, about Naziism is clipped by Nazi 12-44 ,._
it cannot be set forth officially. our charity. agents and sent to Goebbels.The the rest of the way to the target.

i I am permitted' to state it without The present Italian governmenthas Thus, they arrive at the halfway
mark without to combat Ger-
c attribution, quoting no source, but still some discipline over the international spy exchangedoes having

t' assuring: you, that to the best of my people; it is brutal, perhaps, but ef a thriving business inside neu- mans all the way, and so have fresh

,. knowledge and belief, it represents fective. A new government which tral nations. It is composed of espi- supplies of gas and ammunition,
r
the reasons/.behind the policy of the really expressed the people's will onage agents who gather informa- while the first team, with exhausted ti.

Allied leaders. today would have to demand food, tion about any country and sell it to supplies, turns back. And Your Strength and

First let me quote from the guarded would increase the pressure on the the highest bidder A skunk 3. The third team starts still Energy Is Below ParIt

remarks of Winston Churchill be- Allies for supplies that they cannot disguised as a dove isn't anythingnew. later, and meets,: the bombers at the may be caused by disorder of kIdney -

fore the house of. commons. in, Feb- spare while they are fighting for When Franz Von Papen directed target. Here they drop their belly function to accumulate.that permits For truly poisonouswaste many
tanks take the hot
ruary: over fighting people feel tired, weak miserable
their lives. That is another real- German sabotage and espi- and
"The sanest and above the target. With fresh sup- when the kidneys fail to remove excess
safest course for istic, military reason for the policyof onage activities (in America before acids and other waste matter from the
.
us to follow is to judge all partiesand the Allies. the last war) the outfit he 'used plies, they relieve the second team, blood.
which turns home. Yon may suffer nagging backache; _,
factions dispassionately by the And, unfortunately, that is something as a front was labeled: The National rheumatic pains, headaches, dizziness

test of their readiness and ability to that the Allies can expect to Peace Council. Generally, the first team consistsof getting up nights, leg pains, swelling.Sometimes :
Thunderbolts the second team of frequent ana scanty urination -
fight the Germans and thus lightenthe ,
face as more and more European with smarting and burning Is an-
burden of Allied troops. This is territory is liberated. The liberated One of the unknown home-front the faster Lightnings, and the third other sign that something Is wrong with

not a time for ideological prefer- people cannot be blamed if resent- heroes is Walter Morrissey. He was team of the still faster Mustangs. the There kidneys should or bladder.be no doubt that prompt ,

ences for one side or the other, and ment that they do not receive more, the superintendent at the Nazis' New Since all fighters are faster than treatment is wiser than neglect. Uso t-!
bombers they out and catchup can's Pill,. It is better to rely on a '
can go ..
certainly, we, His Majesty's govern- wipes out the gratitude for the modi- York consulate. When the Nazis medicine that has won

ment, have not indulged ourselves in cum that military men can spare. gave him documents to burnin with the bombers at any agreed proval than on something less favorably
known. Doan' have been tried and test
"
this way at all. Armies cannot be idealistic.And the furnace he turned them over point. ed many years. Are at all drug stores.

And he might have added, the armies or governments at to the FBI. Evidence from those This technique has greatly extended Get Doan/t today.AntiFascists .

American government, the American war which support them, cannot documents helped the G-Men crackone the range of fighters and greatly

army, is equally uninterested' in worry about ideologies. It is too of the biggest spy rings in increased the protection they afford

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nails and the ..... ... ... ............... ............. ... .................... ...................... Questions how Montana comprises .
high cost of wood. many square miles?
1. What is the
tonnageOf
average
Soles of the boots were fastenedto a U. S. battleship? 8. Who designed the Statue of j

the wall and the mail was de- r.'l ''II.lt 2. Pocahontas was the daughterof Liberty

posited in the roomy boot legs by :; what Indian chief? The Answers >

the postmaster. rt.':4S.uur.r..+.u 3. What are the four strings on
'-. Envelopes weren't used in the 'a violin? ,1. Thirty thousand tons. "

United States until 1842. They ?yrywUL'/tinvYMMM1P( : 4. In geology the era of modern 2. Powhatan.' .. ,
3.GDAE
came from France and for a long life is known as what? -
4. The Cenozoic era.
time were frowned upon as an af 5. How long has Queen Wilhel- 5. Since 1890.
fectation. People of "good taste"folded ,
mina been queen of the. Nether- 6. Twenty.
\ the letter sheet and either lands? ,.
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7. Glacier National
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park con-
fastened the edges with sealing y + '+ \ 6. How
r.22yrn Latin American
::- ,a / ai\r many sists of 1,538 square miles.
wax, or sewed them together republics are there? 8. Frederic Bartholdi ':
French.
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o to have a hog pen right under the
To house that real hope for common
Promptly Relieve Coughing way.
constipation sufferers in this
un-
and Make Breathing Easier Si-Well, I dunno. I ain't losta solicited letter!

hog for ten .
Whenever the Dionne Quintuplets catch years. "Thanks for what KELLOGG'S ALL.
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immediately rubbed with Musterolea That Kind Had been taking pills and salts almost
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aching chest muscles due to colds. trouble. I can't
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For Your Dinner-Broiled Chuck Steak
because it's what so many Doctors and
Nurses call a modern counter irritant. (See Recipes Below) Old Hen-Let me give you a tists say it's because'KELLOGG'S
Since it's used on the famous "Quints"you piece of good advice. ALL-BRAN is one of Nature's

can be sure it's just about the Young Hen-What is it? most effective sources of certain
BEST cold-relief you can buy! Thrifty Meats Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenus Old Hen-An "cellulosic" elements, lack. of
IN 3 egg a day keeps
STRENGTHS: Children's Mild which in the diet is a common
Musterole for children and people with Food budgets require the hands of the ax away. cause of constipation. They help
tender skin
Regular for ordinary
; cases these days they don'trun the friendly colonic flora fluff
and experts so up
Extra
Strong for stubborn *
cases. "
Broiled Chuck
Steak
"I'm fed that said the
away with themselves.Scan up on and prepare the colonic wastes
the columns of your news- Parsleyed Carrots baby, pointing to his high chair. for easy, natural elimination.
Creamed Potatoes -- KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN is nota
and the prices at butchers -
papers your
Lettuce With Horseradish All the Answers purgative. Doesn't "sweep youout"
and notice economical -
you'll many
Dressing Caller-Is the boss in? It's simply a gentle-acting,
cuts of meat that are just packedfull "regulating" food.
Raised Wheat Rolls Beverage New Office Boy Are you a
of flavor if cook them prop-
you
If
Boston Cream Pie you have constipation of
,. erly. It's not at all strange to find salesman, a bill collector, orG, this type, KELLOGG'S, ALL-
Recipe Given friend of his?
favorite foods in Caller-All BRAN regularly with milk and

your family that three. fruit, or mixed with other cereals.
; are inexpensive Boy-He's in a business confer- Drink plenty of water. See if
::i very side. Fry diced salt pork until crisp, you,
ence. He's out of town. in too don't
to prepare.But add and Step get real help! Insist on
all of them celery a and see him.Admirals genuine ALL-BRAN, made only
onions and cook
by Kellogg's in Battle Creek.
illustrate important
one -
until tender.
Wounded SavedOf Adder
1 fact: the the diced may be admirable, but
the U. S. army wounded, 96.5 apples
\ cook who prepares that isn't where the word
comes
per cent are saved; of the navy, : / and sprinkle with ,
1 the food from. It from old
Arabic
96.8 per cent; of the marines, 96.9 sugar, cover and comes an NOTHING CAN DO
@ r knows what'she'sworking word "amir-al" meaning "com-
per cent. Our medical' corps is 1)' cook slowly'until .
with and mander of." That's what the Ad-
.' doing a fine work saving the lives they are tender MORE FOR YOU
...; 'of our wounded. (what to do with it to have it at its and glazed in ap miral is, the top-ranking officer: in '
the in the entire field of than St.
Navy. 'Topranking.cigarette aspirin Joseph
Add bread crumbs and
best.Make pearance. '
sure that all of your platters with our Navy men is Camel-the Aspirin. None faster none safer. Theworld's
season. Stuff pork chops with stuff- largest seller at lOc. Also sold
? DON'T LET look attractive before you set themon ing. Season chops with salt and pep; favorite, too with men in the Army, in economy sizes-36 tablets 20c 100

the table. We still eat with our, per and brown on both sides in a I Marines, and Coast Guard, accord- tablets, 35c. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin.

.:,, COf\JSTIPATION eyes first-and what's good to look hot skilUt.: Reduce heat, add a few ing to actual sales records from
at will fast! their service stores. Camels
: disappear area
SLOW YOU UP tablespoons of water and cook slowly

0 When bowels are sluggish and you Save ,Used Fats! until done, about 1 hour. top-ranking gift, too. And though AT FIRST U.R
i:-.- feel irritable, headachy, do millions there are Post Office restrictionson .SIGN OF A
do- chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern Broiled Chuck Steak. Save Used Fats! packages to overseas Army,

chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew Preheat broiling oven 5 to 10 min Spaghetti and Ham Ring. men, you can still send Camelsto 0 1iJI
FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed, utes. Grease broiler rack. 'Wipe
soldiers in the U. S., and to
; (Serves 6) ,
taking only in accordance with package
meat with cloth, sprinkle both sides 666
directions sleep without being dis men in the Navy, Marines, and
1 uncooked '
..'.' turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough with salt and pepper and spread cup spaghetti, Coast Guard wherever they are. USE
: relief, helping you feel swell again. Try with grapefruit butter, made by 3 eggs "':'Adv. 666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS

":.. FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is hapdy blending grapefruit' juice and but- teaspoon salts ,
end economical.A generous family supply teaspoon pepper
, r ter in equal proportions. Place on
only rack and broil 2 to 3 inches below 2 teaspoons onion, grated

FEENaA.MINrOlt" heat. Sear steak on both sides with 2 cups ground cooked ham

high heat, reduce and continue 2 tablespoons shortening

i\' cooking, turning occasionally. Fora 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce .
_
Women Musicians rare steak 1% inches thick, allow i Yz cup milk p 7 'Vy

Amerlea's 12 to 15 minutes per pound. In- I Break spaghetti into small pieces I

crease time for medium and well-I and cook in boiling, salted water un-
..' tras, nearly 200 are now women, done steaks.: til tender. Melt FTR'4
;: one even holding the position of
in D
shortening fry-
t. Save Used Fats '.J
concertmaster.f .
ing pan and then .J'r ff(
f Pork is low in price -and fairly low add ground ham iD7ccc
in point value. It'sa gotogetherwith
1' and sear until .
, Jo relieve distress of MONTHLY*\ dressing made with apples: lightly browned. :

it Pork Chops With Apple Stuffing. Beat eggs slightly % '
Feluale
: Weakness
(Serves 6) add salt and

. :?: Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound 6 thick pork chops pepper, Worcestershire sauce, grat- di

f f.p;.: to Is made especially for women slice salt pork, diced ed onion, milk and browned ham
help relieve periodic pain with Its
r.r. '.. weak, tired, nervous, blue feelings Yz cup bread crumbs and bake in a moderate oven ((325

.. ; -due turbances.to functional monthly dis 2 teaspoons finely chopped parsley degrees) in a ring, mold, for 35 min-

Taken regularly-Plnkham's Com- 3 tart apples, diced utes.Turn onto platter, garnish with

..., .. pound helps build up resistance 14 cup chopped celery parsley and fill center with' a green
against such
symptoms. Here Is a Yi cup chopped onion
product that helps nature and vegetable.!
that's the kind to buyl I Famous for A cup sugar
almost a century. Thousands upon Salt and Save Used Fats! ,
pepper
thousands of women have reported
benefits.Worth tTlIfngl Follow label directions. Have pork chops cut ,1 to 2 inches Liver With Vegetables. IN' THE ARMY they say: .

LYDIA VECtTBtE thick with a pocket cut from the in- (Serves 6)
E.
FJNUHAM'S(
FRONT RIIfor
COMPOUNDk AND CENT come here
1 pound beef or calves' liver

LynnSaysThe 2 tablespoons drippings "SIDE ARMS"for cream and sugar
2 tablespoons flour

needless PersonTo Ys teaspoon paprika "CAMEL" for the favorite cigarette with men
Score Card: Butter your in the Army"SEANS" -
stumble twice against the Yz teaspoon salt
bread carefully. Most households ; <
same stone is a proverbial dis will 2 large potatoes, diced for commissary officer
about 11
grace.-Cicero. average pounds per 1 stalk celery, diced

what person we're per year-much accustomed to.Don't less. than 4 carrots, diced FIRST IN Ti E SERVICE* ,

1 onion, chopped

feed your garbage pail .lYs cups tomato juice With men in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps,
EUt\'A TIC PA! the vitamin C from citrus fruitsin Yz cup water and Coast Guard,the favorite cigarette CameL *

Need not Spoil the form of peel. There are (Based on actual sales records.)
our
Da1-Get after It How Cut liver into and roll in
Don't put off getting C-2223 to about three times as much of the squares
pain of muscular rheumatism relieve vitamin in the peel as in pulp flour, salt and paprika; brown in

and other rheumatic pains. Caution: and juice. Peeling may be used drippings. Add vegetables and liq-
Use only as directed. First bottle in uids and allow to simmer until
sauces, spreads, fruits vege-
;. purchase price back it mar-
not satisfied. tables tender. Transfer cooked
malade are
;". COo and $1.00. TOday, buy C-2223. or candy.
Another vitamin C story tells meat and vegetables to a baking
f dish and with salt and
us that when vegetables are dehydrated season pap-

k''IGNffR in the presence of nat- rika. Make gravy using liquid from

ural gas rather than air, they cooked meat. Pour gravy over
meat. Place crust of biscuit doughon
+ have 100 per cent vitamin C re-
+ [..iceoG tension. top of mixture and bake in a hot

- Dr.Whitener RED palmer's listen tanned Skin Dehydrated carrots, onions and oven until biscuits are done.

dark lilnl Easr wayl ale at ; u sweet potatoes will probably be
:, drugstore UaoT day nadir Are you looking for salad ideas? Senda
tasted before this
ected.Soti
is
faction out.
t or Money year
Rack.FREE SAMPLESend ,, i stamped, self-addressed envelope to
1 .A
. i I poetn"o.Galenol.D Uoi:2W. AtllDta Georgia't V c_ #1. Have plenty of ham 'n eggs Miss Lynn Chambers at Western "Newspa
DR. FRED PALMER'Sa fifJ: these days. Both pork and egg per Union, 210 South Desplaines Street,

SKIN WHITENER supplies are good. Chicago 6, Illinois

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Getting Me Most I when they sighted a "she" panther Ed Hamilton Here On j! /Married and living with spouse. ) home of Mrs. Broadcrick with I
which they promptly shot and killed. : One or both incomes total. Mrs. E. M. Cornette hostess. i
a a
from your Penetrating the woods a little far- Short Campaign Visit, .. I 1. Total estimated wages for I Refreshments of Cola and cookies

Garden ther they came across 2 young cubs. '- I 1944 are in excess of 350000. were served.
ictoiy The mother cat was 7 feet andI10' I 2. Total
: estimated 1941 income Present
in
Edgar G. Hamilton, private rirst addition to those
,f .. ,inches and weighed 104 pounds. class, U. S. Marine Corps and can-I from sources other than wages, mentioned;, were Mrs. M. A. Thomas, "
'IMr: Willis has the cubs. He estimated 1100.00, !
..., .;).. didate for congress from the 6th I 'Mrs. J. D. Rodgers, Mrs. A. H., '
two months old. I '
they
9"'r. ,are congressional district paid a brief or King, Mrs. R. L? Marshal, :Mrs. T. L.

visit to as much of the district as he 3. Total income from all sources I. Tanner, Mrs. G. F. Gerson and Mrs.A. .

;, MartinArnetteMiss I could manage on a 72 hour pass (wages and other sources) exceeds G. Twuldy. The Circle joins in

/ It h 'J -- from his station at the Parris Island, 1200.00 for both, or $624 for one,.extending an invitation to everyoneto

M l t Billie Arnette and Willie S. C., ,marine base. spoused attend the revival which is in ".
S : V'l \ f Frank Martin, both of Clewiston l, Mr. Hamilton, in private life a The collector warns that care I progress at the Baptist Church daily
... 1 'should'' be exercised
infiling the
estimated until Easter.
:J / were married Saturday night by West Palm Beach
attorney said ont
.
'
".... '., I .... .... / County Judge J. M. Couse of Moore his visit that his first consideration return as penalties. 'are l .
I -- -------------------
..
,.. Haven at his residence.Mrs. provided for: I
i is :
lJj't. now making the best Marine possible "'
,,. -.. Martin is the daughterof I (1) Failure to file "Declara-
>"" ;( for Uncle Sam, but that h.cne'er.lost tion"
"" when one should have been
Mr.and- Mrs. P. S. Maynard, and the sight of the fact that his ,
filed.
,
When to Plant Your Victory Garden groom is employed as dispatcher at! future lies in the 6th congressional ED. BAKER
Riddle Field. They will reside in district and that his interests ([ ((2) Failure to pay "Estimated"I. | \
"Sow too early; and you waste seed; | Clewiston. land Mrs. Maynard II tax when due. ,

"sow too late and you waste time,''- runs 1 and Miss Margery Arnette were witnesses -' Mr. Hamilton was the first candidate (3)) For ,substantially underestimating ..
to enter he race from the new:
i "
] the "estimated
to the tax.
oldthne adVice. f
B valuable bit of garden ceremony. 6th district last fall. After the war (
I
Cut most Victory Gardeners are I depaitment found that pr -Pearl Har- Easter Sunrise ServiceTo ,
Farmers Call At I Y' 7'yt
'definite infor- bor fathers would be in
xager; to gst even more:: i neces&ary

mation about when to plant. Co. Agent's Office i the armed forces he immediately Be On Lake FrontAn : .J.l; I
(I volunteered for service. .Friends -az..
Consulting experienced home or mar-
let: gardeners in the community is one I! Hendry county farmers .are re-]' have prevailed: upon him to stay'hi's'campaign in Easter Sunrise union servic "i iI iI
the race and conducting
are
"', practical way of learning the proper I quested to report at the office of I' will be held by chinches of Clewis- ii i
for him.
time for sowing seed.of various vege- ,JH. L. ,Johnson, county_ agent, on the I ,_ ton on the levee facing _the lake at I

tables. For'a home gardener who j third floor of the courthouse, between t 6:30 Easter morning.The I

:. 'wants to figure out ,his own planting I now and April 10 for the purl Jesse McClelland sunrise service is an annual: ;::14y-- -:;:- ,
dates however Harm Drewes, Super- of making for II ]
personal plans
\' I pose ,Buried Ft. DenaudFuneral event; special: music is planned and .
intendent of Feiry-Morse Seed Breed- the war food program for the year i at the members l.
of. all local 'churches :!
ing Station near Detroit, Michigan, I 1944
'
join
I II in woiship as the sun )breaks
offers a method. I Mr. Johnson urges that everyone'' services for Jesse Mc- through over the lake. ,-' "

"The first 'thing to know," says Mr. I' come in as quickly as possible as I| Clelland, 29, who died Tuesday of Details of the service will be an-

;" Drewes, "is the average date of the reports must be filed at the state last week at Lee Memorial hospitalin nounced ,next week.

s last hard frost in the particular section office April 10. This comes under Fort Myers were held last Thursday -. '':.

in which you live. This knowledge can the Hendry County Agricultural afternoon'' at the First Baptist KPISCOPAL SKIiVICHSMISSIOX /A 'I'j'

:: be secured from local weather bureaus, Conservation Association.Mr. church and at the graveside- the OF ST. JOHN s V 'j

:. State.Agricultural Experiment Stations, Johnson regrets'' that it is necessary -,. Fort Denaud cemetery, the Rev. I : \
: A'I :
Business Man Candidate for (H?
data the United to request farmers to come I "
or from compiled by M. Glisson officiating. .. Episcopal services, will 'be conducted -
States Department of Agriculture. to his office realizing the inconvenience I in
Pallbearers, fellow workmen on the Clewiston Community
k' 'Then that date basis, attached, but he hopes GOVERNOR 'tl'tlA
using as a you says construction jobs here and in Brazil, Church on Good Friday evening nt' '
; work out safe planting this will be the last time they must
can a pretty
S. 8 o'clock '
A., were O. F. Brooks of West Father Mason in charge. :
L -', schedule." do so for quite a while. Palm Beach U. R. Miller of Cross' j There will be no Episcopal sere : sensible Civic Leader and ri

r ,In normal :years, :Mr. Drewes explains City, D. D. Crews of Ocala, A. R. i ices next. Thursday evening. 'I State Senator who alms for a .\\1
: seed of radish, lettuce, peas, GASOLINE SALES IX STATE Wineyard of Avon Park and Malcolm Prosperous and Greater Florida. 'j'jYOU'LL

" :spinach, beets, carrots, mustard and FOIJ" JANUARY IS 25,037,007 McQueen and Hayward Cross, j Baptist Circle
f-; turnip can safely be sown two to three WANT TO, 1
State sales of gasoline during the Among others from out of town ,
Y ,
: weeks before the date of the ,
average I
: month of January totalled 25,957- attending the funeral were the de-
;: last hard frost in spring. Planting (Continued from Page 7) i iin' Be for Baker
v 067 Dade ceased's brother ] Milford Mc- '
gallons, while ,county hav- Cpl. I
i; time within those two or three weeks God," by Mrs.' Arch Hodges. .I.II
ing the largest recorded number of Clelland of Ft. Belvoir, Va., S. Sgt.
'depends largely upon soil conditions. The next meeting will be at the
;: I sales with 4,103,592 gallons. Duval Sam Langford and Mrs. Langford of : I II
': :If. a handful of soil from the garden I ____________ _
;_. I was next with 3,003,024 and Hills- Bainbridge, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. u
. eels slightly moist and crumbly, it is! '
"ready for,seed sowing. If it packs lik? borough third with 2,359,369. R., L. Young of Vero Beach. 1 .
Hendry county ranked 47th in I
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: 'a mudpie, the Victory Gardener must i
(t. ;: 'wait a few days longer. the list of sales with 105,378 gal- Must File ForContinued -' iI I 0,1

,.,. lons and Glades county next to fcke ELECT
Tender crops such as beans, corn, bottom with 11,862 gallons. Laberty 1 ACHIEVEMENTis _
'cucumber, okra, and squash m u s t ( from.Page 1)
with sales of 11,862 was at the bot-
,, usually wait a week or two after the
: estimated tax, as shown on the
tom of the list.
:.: average hard frost date before seed is "declaration" is due and payable. p' .,>,, the result of leadership, .' .
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x
_,: -sown."It. x : I '
TIME TO WORK OX I The following salaried persons r.y YyA: initiative experience : '
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/: is always: wise to wait a week or HAT KRADICATIOX whose. wages and salaries are subjectto \

f, two after the average last frost date before the Withholding tax must also
The State Board of Health reminds : y <
'M FRANK D. UPCHURCH has
I
-: setting out tender young plants '
f. citizens file a "declaration" under the following hr's'
and property owners
', ', which have been started earlier in- I 1
that one of society's worst carriers i, conditions: -7 I = 'K proven he possesses those qualities -
doors, Mr. Drewes advises. "Among I -tg-A
of disease and despoilers of property -!I Single or married but note u'\"n
;: them.are eggplant, pepper, and tomato. x-- lead Florida
with He will to '..
the rat, is on the march spouse. i 1 ,
i i: Select a cloudy day for transplanting,
': or do the work in the early morning or I that now--Springtime-is the perfect'*[ 1. Total estimated' wages for a greater future ,

', 'evening so that the seedlings will have time for it to begin fresh campaigns 1944 are in excess of $2700.00: II 1 ;,

t" 1". :a chance to recover somewhat before 'I of foraging and raising of its evil 2. Total estimated 1944 income ------- -- --'--.'-, -, '.,..

:. "the sun shines on them. If they must young : from sources other than: wages exceeds .
;1 be set out in sunshine, see that theyare It was pointed out that since the I 100.00, F R N K D. You Can Depend on Upchurcli ... ,

shaded from the heat for awhile." beginning of history, man has served or UPCHURCH _.. ._ .
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host to :
as an unwilling the rat.
I,, Probably no other animal .in the 3., Total income from all sources i G 0 V E n ,N' 0 B Political Adr. Paid fsr by iiiaads o! F.D.Upcb.urch: : '
( and other sources) exceeds .
wages
Ma. Panther Killed I
; world lives with less justification. ],
50000.
The rat breeds, lives and feeds its I .:
Cubs Captured ,.-.,' .. ;
family, always at the expense of 1
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Friday At Felda i iI man and other animals. In obtain _..__._ _._ ____..._ ,_____-. ;."';.,
I i!ins the essentials of life, the rat becomes \ -I I : r ...

I l a prominent economic and THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. ;
(Hendry County News) '
health factor in the erYday operations -

Leon Willis and Emory TarlOl.1 I of the country and individuals. } : ;. 4.-; .

"a 'gun and started to the. woods back i I I At this time, when food is precious, / l'j

'fcf their places at, Felda last Thursday when household and personal, belongings Ji :
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. just to see what kind of "var-,, cannot be replaced, we I '? ., t

:mint" they could scare up. I I must not tolerate the wanton waste-1 I \.c... I -- I
a-- They said they hadn't gone far of the rat. | I

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