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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 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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FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1944
VOLUME 13-NUMBER 19! CLEWISTOX, SUBSCRIPTION-52,30 PER YEARRALLIES
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r'. WILL BE Pre-Easter Weather RED CROSS WAR Contract Is Awarded For

" Brings Sudden Drop.The .


: HELD IN LABELLE, pre-Easter cold spell descended FUND CAMPAIGN Starch House Building

Clewiston suddenly Tuesday:
on
x, FELDA CLEWISTON and after a series of almostsummerdays BRINGS IN $3452The ::>

the drop in temperatures'was Annual Congregational Florida Firms Receive
felt keenly. There was a low of 44 I

:', '> Candidates running for office In degrees registered in Clewiston Clewiston Red Cross War Meeting of Church HeldThe Major Part of

a ; 2 Tuesday, and the maximum duringthe Fund campaign has brought in a
, Hendry county subject to the May:
I the 70. which total of $3452.09, which has already New ProjectContracts
.. +i'( primary will be given the opportunity middle of day was annual congregational meet
been deposited in the bank with a
sharply with the custom
f' of meeting people of all dis- contrasted ] ing of the Clewiston Community
': : tricts at rallies which will be held ary temperature of 90. few pledges still outstanding. M. W. Church was held Monday evening, were awarded in Clew-

': Friday, April 21, at Felda, Friday, Temperatures had been high for Bigg, chairman of the drive, this following' a covered-dish supper iston yesterday for the constructionof
. few weeks with 92 recordedon week expressed his gratification at the starch-house: and facilities,
;. >April 28, at Clewiston and Saturday the past sponsored by the Ladies Aid Society.
- April 29, at LaBelle. This March 29th being the highest. the response which had been madein Rev. David C. Hancock was in as the first unit of the $20,000,000

, :, was agreed upon at a meeting of the The cold spell followed a rainy I Clewiston to the campaign."At :; charge of the meeting. Reports diversification program of the
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"' week-end when excellent showers first the quota seemed high United States Sugar corporation announced -
<: county democratic executive com so from the board of elders, trustees, I ,
'. mittee held Saturday night at the totalling 1.52 inches brought Clew- that we doubted if we could raise the Sunday School and other groups'' by President Clarence R.
soil its first real ,wetting in this time for Bitting at his annual dinner to
_4 ';': 'courthouse. iston that much at even so of the church organization were key

? .' I A mere handful of candidates at- mouths. worthy a cause as the Red Cross War given. The congregation voted thata men in February.

,.'!, :,. tended the meeting to vote on the There was a light frost Tuesday Fund," he said. "But the workers building committee be appointedby Announcement of the awarding of
--. which nipped the tender themselves impressed with contracts was made Jay W. Moran -
-: question and of those present who morning were so the minister.Dr. by
', ,- ,- tomatoes cucumbers and needs of the vice president and general
were against public meetings to growth on the increasing Red Crossin I C. E. Gericke was re-elected
:''- start with several agreed later when beans in unprotected, spots in the its aid to servicemen and their superintendent of the Sunday School. I. manager, who states that construc-
section. families that they went to work tion will begin immediately the
.. 4.'" those running for the same office New members of the board of elders I on
: 't;: announced themselves in favor of with enthusiasm, and the response are' F. E. Conkling, W. C. Owen andJ. starch-house and its accompanying
has been structures which will be located
have met gratifying on
:' them they very -
K. Rogers; who replace C. W. Fuller -
Because of gas and tire rationing 35 SCOUTS ATTEND to us all." S. P. Slonaker and A. W. Law- a 6 acre square directly north of

"I cannot give too much praise to .the sugar-house.
candidates are at a disadvantage in rence, whose terms expired.
this campaign in making personal Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, co-chairman, The new members of the board of Chalker and Lund company, West

" I contacts county wide and all offices ANNUAL CAMPOREE who did a magnificent job, and who trustees are Mrs. Ruth B, Owens and Palm Beach, was awarded the gen-
eral building contract. It includesthe
,:a '\-4' 'carry a county at large vote in this r gave unstintingly of her time and Joseph Robbins, who replace W.- C. '

., : Fr', election with the exceptation of work from 'the'opening day of the Owen and H. R. Hall. following buildings and struc-
-i:.... school board member, constable and AT LAKE WALESScoutmaster drive until it ended on March 31st." tures: wet building, power plant

_,' ;- I' justice of the peace, which are A summary of the drive gives the building extensions; warehouse
district affairs. following results: building; scale building; pulverizer
> strictly This means
;.' ,. ,{hat nearly all candidates must can- A. H. King, who accompanied -: I House to house canvass ......$940.20 LATEST ARMY CALL building; potato handling structure;
truck and railroad scale offices
:... ..' vass the entire. county for votes., The a group of 35 Clewiston Donations of business firms, ;
,) boy scouts to the annual Scout and Institutions dryer building; employees' facilities
\ ,;, hief purpose of the rallies is to concerns f

: :' give the candidate the opportunity camporee at Lake Wales last weekend ] ,...................__........____. 783.00 INCLUDES THREE building; water treatment filter
:,: 'Of contacting a group of peolle' ; was 'delighted and proud of the' Employees in Sugar Office building; temporary housing; trench-

r- each meeting thereby conserving I excellent behavior of the entire building (in addition to their ing, backfilling and miscellaneous
5 18 YEAR OLDSAn masonry work for utilities and de-
S gas. group. contributions elsewhere) .147.50

Committee members will be in The boys left Clewiston by train White, sugar house and P.M.S. watering.

-4 '. charge of arrangements. It has been Thursday ,evening and returned Sun- employees m..nm............... 147.80 I Contract was awarded to The

: agreed that county candidates will day morning. Arriving in Lake Clewiston School .m....,........... 295.69 additional call of 15 white Murphy Construction company West

<. be given first opportunity to speak, Wales, they spent their first night I Harlem ......_.....u..m...i ..m...... 130.86 men, 8 of whom are Pre-Pearl Har- Palm Beach, for the construction ofa

:- :':: then afterwards, candidates present camping at the ball park, and next :1 I i Bare Beach. ..... .......::::........... 75.00 bor fathers, will leave Clewiston raw water pumping station, whichis
hiked the three miles to r : April 12th for pre-induction physical to be located at the end of the
,;:,4, whose names appear on the state ballot morning Collected in Red Cross Jars-. 74.18 water\
and who wish to do so, will the Scput camping grounds near Hooker's Point ..........::......... '57.00 examination at Camp Blanding. Included intake pipeline, approximately.
may
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Tower. There' pitched *" in the group also are three 22,000 feet out in the lake.
Bok they Collected from appeals at '-
;be invited! to give a brief talk.
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.. tents and organi .ed their camp, Movie ............:................... 200.73 boys, who are still in high school. MacDonald] ngineering'ompany,
:.{ Further details of the rallies will 90 I Chicago, received contract for concrete -
; along with several hundred other Riddle] Field personnel (in Regulations permit a lapse of J I
. ';'." le worked out at another meeting couts from Florida. Each patrol addition to $287.00gh"en, days to be granted so the bors''rho structures, including waste dis-

'__S': "' of the democratic committee which was a unit, with its own tents and in town), ...u....._.:. :1;:m..VJ 5 44.93! are ,still in school will have ample posal plant structures- ground st6r-

.; -: .:? '". ,... 4i"'will be held April of 'ax-ommUteeman 15. At that timeappointmeilt and cooking eqUipl .ent., The boys pre Late contributions..::..._..7" ,54.] 4" time to complete tjieir] ,*semester's' ; age reservoir, and; water treat-
in eat plant miscellaneotis structures.
-r :J. ; pared their_camp site, cooked their work before induction.
.:..:., ,, f own meals"and kept everything shipshape $3452.09 The list includes Ed-vard" William are .
sixth precinct at Clewiston will I
', type of concrete work. ,
t j :for inspection. Heath, now of Fort Meade, Malchi,
1)e taken up.Candidates. !
j There were various, Scouting Franklin Palmer, of Dayton; Ohio Contract was awarded to Kerby
present at the meeting Eastern Stars Initiate Saunders, Inc., New York City for
events for them and a special con- Manuel O'Dell Galigher, of St. Cloud.. i,
!'f''tJ: '. were Bill Maddox, H. H. McCall, cert on the carillon in the Tower, in Two Men at Ceremonies Alonzo L. Howard, LaBelle; Ralph /'!mechanical work, including the installation -
; 'William T. Hull Mrs: dis-
t; Homer Tay- of plumbing; water
which the carilloneur played the Monroe O'Bannon, LaBelle; Joseph
'lor, Dr. C. E. Weaver, Paul O'Bannon :tribution; process piping; steam dis-
I i' Marine Hymn, the Army Air Corps Calvin Carver, LaBelle; James Akin] ,
I < .. R. B. Waldron, Harvey Dyess, song, Anchors Away, Tramp, Tramp, M.. S. Wright and J. K. Rogers, Clewiston; ..TaclAlb: -t Martinez, tribution; electrical distribution;
.t1.::1.: A. J. Evers and Earl Royer, in I i electric power and light wiring;
; both initiated
Tramp and other tunes dear to the of Clewiston were I. Clewiston; William Cecil Forrester,
'lti'..,,: ',county at large races, Dillon Hall and hearts of all boys. Saturday the into the Order of the Eastern Starat Clewiston; J. S. Dees, LaBelle; John ; storm and san it a drainage 'piping.
.r." ; .E. : installation equipment
L. Stallings. and of -
boys broke camp and returned .to ceremonies held at the chapter Dennis Gann Clewiston; Robert gas piping

'-- = Committee members present were I Lake Wales, spent the night III the room in Moore Haven Tuesday even- Clayton Johnson, Tampa; Earl Ser- | and machinery. Insulating

M. N. Taylor, chairman Mrs. S., L. ball park again to be on hand for ng. Mrs. C. M. Pirkle, worthy matron mon Dyess, Clewiston; Harold Drexel I I Concrete corporation, Washington, t

c', Stewart, Mrs. :Margaret Reeves, Mrs. the early, train home. presided at the ceremonies. Adams, Clewiston and Lester Earl !I D. C., was awarded contract for
Si Agnes Thomas, Mrs. Jane Walker, I[ Z-erete insulation of underground
Concerning the trip Scoutmaster Refreshments of sandwiches, .cake I Thompson, Clewistou.
> Carl Berner, M. J. Bush, E. L. !J steam distribution line.
King said "Everyone has heard first-
and coffee were served after the In a recent communication from

k: I Stallings and Lubbert Coleman... hand from the boys themselves what meeting. Attending from Clewiston Lewis B. Hershey, national directorof ![ Colin Kelly Jr. Memorial

-- Continued On Page 7 were Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Pirkle Mi' selective service, to board members -

Easter Sunrise Service -- -- and Mrs. M. S., Wright, Mr. and Mrs.J. it was staled "the seecth'eservice ] i Unveiled April 5th

Mrs. M. M. Prewitt K. Rogers Mrs. Ed Townsend, system has not met its calls
Program At 7 A. M. Mrs. E. W. McLeod, Mrs. Glen by approximately 109,000 men u

Appointed Volunteer Etherton, Mrs. Laura Voihees :Mrs.A. month since October 1, 1943. There :MADISON April G.-I"NS-ThO) ;

.S S Union sunrise services will be conducted G. Twiddy, Mrs. S. J. Yoder, Mrs. have been 'many factors, some beyond 'Captain Colin P. Kelly, Jr. Memorial -

on the' levee at the hurricane i WAVE RecruiterA A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. E. H. Walston, our control, which have contributed was unveiled here Wednesday

'. ,T gate Sunday morning, beginning at Mrs. J. M. Fountain and Mrs. J. F. to this failure, but we are I April 5, with impressive ceremonies.
7 o'clock, the time having been i The sculpture, 17 feet in height,
local WAVE volunteer recruiter Morrison. (Continued on Page: 5) .',
'C changed from 6 : 30 as originally I executed by the noted sculptor, Walter -
Mrs. M. M. Prewitt. has been
-- the ,
S S Planned. r Russell of New York, depicts
r:" Rev. 'David C. Hancock minister appointed by Specialist R. L. Smithof I."Four Freedoms" and was presented

.. fi t::':":, .. of the Clewiston. Community, Church Florida the ,Navy who visited Recruiting Clewiston service this of The Problem of The Everglades I(
") will preach the national Exposition of Arts and In-
r sermon; Rev. J. W. .
week in the interests of WAVE
:: Jelks, evangelist and ReH.. C. re- How It Affects Florida dustries. Besides it stands the statueof
55 4 cruiting.Mrs. And
f < Meador of the Baptist Church and the heroic flier who gave his life
Prewitt is one of more thana
: Rev. Williams of the Church of God to destroy the Japanese battleship
hundred in the who
state
(' S women
will take part in the program. Haruna on December 9, 1941.
are giving their time and services to i (By CLARENCE R. BITTING) Holland' was honorary ..
Governor
The
order of
service will he
S.. \ > :
: 1 :.f. Hymn-All Hail the Power of tlie Navy to further the enlistmentof I The successful: readjustment of the financial problems of the Ever- chairman of the state-wide dedication ::.

../... Jesus' Name. young women for: the women's glades is a most important step in the realization of the potentialities of' committee, and Mrs. Holland
.. reserve. She has been given com- the area. The success achieved in this endeavor removes the last obstacle chairman of the Wo
Hymn-Praise Him was honorary
Him.
;.. Praise plete' information on the WAVES to the solution of another, and equally important, problem, namely] the
S \: Scripture Reading Wil men's Committee.
i:. Rev program and all necessary forms physicial factors. With the financial and physical problems successfully -
liams. I for' completing applications for en- solved, many other grave problems will be automatically solved and the Airline To
Hymn-Christ Arose. listment. Anyone interested may economic potentialities of the entire southern peninsula brought to fruition. May Have I
Prayer-Rev. Meador. extent of the co-equal problems affected by the
Perhaps the many
contact her at her home 410 E. Os- Lake Region
Hymn-He Lives on High. physical characteristics of the Everglades might have received a greater Serve

Easter Sermon-Rev. Hancock., ceola Basic Avenue or telephone 8. degree of public appreciation had the term conservancy or watercontrolbeen Permission to operate an airline
Prayer. requirements for enlistmentin used instead of the term drainage. It would be most unfortunate if, through the Lake] Okecchobee region[
the WAVES, include two years of unforeseen be taken to over-
or emergency
Consecration Hymn through expediency some steps from Tampa to
-I'll Live for part of a route
as
., Rim I, high school or business college, ages come one segment of the problem, only to aggravate other segments of Palm Beach and return has
20-36 anti if married, no minor chil the over-all problem. A prompt study, analysis and unprejudiced ap- West Bentley
Benediction
dren. Basic training is given en- proach to the over-all problem can result in full protection of all Inter- been sought by Charles R. .j

; -- -- listees at Hunter College ests affected; delay can only result in attempts to protect one interest at of Lakeland.

: H'way Cut for PipeLineS Local applicants for the WAVES the expense, perhaps destruction, of Other interests.The Bentley has applied to the Civil iI
5 Kissimmee, the Caloosahatchie and Fisheating Creek Valleys Aeronautics Board for a certificate
I
also
contact the Recruiting
may Navy
4 Causes Traffic Detour Station office taken as a unit comprise probably the finest range and pasture land in to operate an airline from Tampa
building,
post the country and this area is of growing importance to animal husbandryin south to St. Petersburg. Sarasota,
West Palm Beach.ATTENTION the State. Such area is intimately affected by the physical character I Venice Arcadia, and through the
Traffic on the cross-state highwayhas ---- ---.- and plantings in,
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istics and problems herein discussed. As knowledge of, region south of Lake Okeechobee
been routed over a mile detour CANDIDATES! and the number of
two improved grasses become nrore general widespread, I Into West Palm Beach. From West ..
through the Hooker's Point cattle which can be supported on a section of land will Increase sub- proposed route
# area at Clewiston for several days Candidates nekiiiK; office subject stantially.: As the livestock population increases the water requirements, Palm Beach the Pahokee, Okeechobee -
a II I
t while the work of putting the pipe- to the May 2 primary election must for both the stock and the pastures will likewise increase. At the present would extend to ridge section

line across the highway is cornS file their first expense statement this time there exists an unwarranted and unnatural run-off of both surface I, and then up the to Tampa.

_.! ) pleted. week between April IJixl and 8th. and sub-soil waters, which condition is becoming gradually more apparentin I to Haines City, and back
the unnecessary and wasteful drying of the upper horizons of the soil.
The construction This moans that the first statement
worked
crews: Such conditions arc intimately associated with the problem of water PUBLISHES BOOKLET
rapidly to male the duration of the must bo filed, with, the clerk of the control throughout the southern peninsula and. unless the basic factorsare MIAMI, April 6-FNS-A) Miami

1 detour as short as possible. Detour court, not later than Saturday: corrected, may be expected to grow progressively worse until such woman lawyer has published a

signs turned traffic. at Gulf Service: The second:: expense statement is time a?: this great natural resource will be reduced to the status existingin book explaining laws affecting wo- 1

station over the road to the sugarhouse scheduled to be filed between April the so-called Dust Bowl of America and in the overdrained areas com- in such clear, succinct language
then to Hooker's Point and 21 and April 25, while the third awl prising a large portion of many Western states. men the most unlegal mind can
.' back on to the highway at a point last filing must be made not later Tho Coastal resort. an" recreational areas all expect substantial in- that even understand them.
.east of the cut-off. than Juno 2. (Continued on Page 4) readily
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GOP Leader Places Faith If- T R U DOR The., the.springtime Ie'Sy mold stirs ,"


W ON And through it green

In Election FormulaHarrison iKNUSrn c shoots bravely .st- .rt.
Simple ,
In spring, through &11
Notes of a last lovesA
Washington, D. C. my ye.rs

New YorkerThe LOOKING 'EM OVER new love sprouts
Spangler Party Chairman, Sees Wireless Radio historian
: The other day, the White House within my
Result of Complete Harriet Van Horne quotes a medicoas called WPB's production wizard, he rt.. )
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Republican Victory as saying that listeners to the day- 11"
Q Charlie Wilson, to come to see the 1\, c."''"1 J der
Effective Local Organization. a time soap operas expose themselvesto President. Wilson went, not knowing -
"increased blood noc-
pressure what it was about and not knowing -
turnal frights, vasomotor instability, '
he was to stay to lunch. Whenhe
vertigo, gastro intestinal disturb- got there, he found himself lunch- 0 ,
By BAUKHAGE ances, profuse perspiration, tremors
ing with FDR, all alone. t-,'
News Analyst and Commentator. and a slight touch of tachycardia" The everything
conversation ranged over -
Of course, that doctor is talk-
best to meet with a small group of under the sun, from the WNU Features.
,WNU Service, Union Trust Building, ing about only those who LIKE the
Washington, D. C. leaders, about 30. He also makeshis programs Marion Coveridge, problems Far of business managementto
Eastern trade to Latin Amer-
Washington contacts with non-political organ- the minor (she's 14) packs a wallop
On recent sunshiny ,
a Elk anda ican relations to war plant recon-
himself is
He an
izations. ( ,
afternoon, I made a pilgrimage to with her ballads Sunday ayems via version. When the President asked I
Mason.) CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
the Republican National committee NBC Too many radio jesters for Wilson's views on world trade,
'headquarters. As I entered the The Farm ProblemThe really believe the studio audiences' the former General Electric executive ..
white-pillared portal of the modest farm organizations will be howls as legitimate. The result is replied:

little house they have rented on Con- handled en masse. Representativesof that the comics are getting care- "Mr. President, I'm a manufac-

necticut avenue, a number of all the farm organizations have less. What brings big laughter in, turer,' not a merchandiser." -PHOTOGRAPHY: :>f

thoughts, which may be omens of been invited to attend a meeting in studios often brings yawns in the The luncheon lasted more than two,

good or ill in the coming election, Chicago early next month in order to 'parlors. hours and, after it was' over, Wil- FOR SERVICE FAST write ROLL for FILM'safety DEVELOPING film mailer i I

floated into my ken. express their views for possible in- son didn't know quite what to makeof Three 5x7 from photo $1.00. ;
The house was once a private corporation in the party platform. The Love Letter of the Week. it, because no very important ABBEY STUDIOS St. Louis 3-C, M*. f

home but now it is situated amidst They will meet with members of the I From Quentin Reynolds' book, "The problems regarding war productionhad

shops and restaurants and looks Republican postwar advisory coun Curtain Rises": "Most of what I been discussed. When he expressed BOOKGET

across the avenue toward a towering cil's committee on agriculture. Its wrote in the diary is nothing but bewilderment to close i.

apartment house taken over by the chairman is Governor Hickenlooper, gossip. Still I suppose if a thou- friends later, they replied: Behind a Thousand THIS Headlines BOOK Dramatic

Civilian Defense administration.As who succeeded the late Senator Mc- sand years from now someone were "Why, Charlie, you're just a political True Story price $1.00. >
II. MARTIN, Box 61, Brooklyn 26, N. Y. i
ascended the stairway to the Nary, father of the farm bloc. to dig up the Winchell columns of neophyte! Don't you know ii

second floor office of Chairman Har- Agriculture is one of the eight the 1920s, he would get a pretty what he was doing? Looking you i lLadles' I

rison Spangler, memories rushed "problems" listed by the advisory clear picture of life here during over to see how you would do as MAGAZINES .

about me and I was transportedback council at its meeting in September, those hectic days. You cannot dismiss second man on the ticket." ,

to the days when the Republican 1942. The others are foreign policy gossip columns by saying they I Embarrassed, Wilson replied: American-Home Magazines Life Good-Housekeeping, Collier's. True Romances r:
party was suffering in the sloughof ; postwar industry and employ- discuss only trivial things. To: a "People don't to know that Silverscreen, etc. Free cat. J. Alt-
seem
man, Jr., 1701 ?lh bt.,.Parkersbnr?, W. Va. i I
its deepest despond The rooms ment; social welfare; federal administration great extent they ,reflect the age in I'm a Republican." f

about me then housed one of the ; finance and currency; which we live." NOTE-Some politicos figure that

many trade organizations created by labor;,agriculture; and international the President is now looking for a Heat From Fruit

that wonderful and awful National economic'prQblems.. Editorial Dep't Novelette: It hap- conservative running mate with a In 24 hours at an air tempera- 1

Recovery administration presided A staff of experts under Dr. Neil pened in the city ,room of one of the Republican background who would ture of 60 degrees Fahrenheit

;r .- over by the late and stormy Gen- Carothers, dean of the school,of business Big Town gazettes Two of the swing votes from business. Under- respiration of one ton of certain j,

: eral Iron Pants Johnson. of Lehigh university, has been boys were back- to say hello secretary of State Ed Stettinius is fresh fruits, such as pears, in stor- r

:", And later, as I chatted with Mr. assembled, who assist the council, One' (who has never been out of the an active bidder for the job. Some age or during shipment, may produce

1....' Spangler, I was reminded of another which hopes to produce timber for country) wore the army oak leaf conservative groups also figure that, more heat than 1,900 human .
::: circumstance, gently symbolic of the party platform by scientific The other wore the graygreenof if they can pick the vice president, beings. s sc.j

->, the days when the elephant sulked, methods. the marines, with a couple of FDR will resign shortly after the

( impotent and neglected, in his tent Chairman Spangler admits that we hard-won stripes Tippled and war and they will be in the saddle. .

;:, -the Republican committee was face a world in which conditions blustering, the Major called upon Happy Relief! \Vhen

forced to move some two years ago which will affect the election in No- the Marine to salute ,. The kid responded ANZIO ORDNANCE

C from its snappier, modern quarters vember are likely/to change radically quickly .' After all, he Although the problem of supply on You're I
,:::, on Lafayette Square where it could perhaps before the conventions; had been only a copy-boy; the Ma- the Anzio beachhead has been em- SIuggshUpset \

?: gaze longingly at the White House certainly before the elections. But jor had been an editor, if you please phasized, another factor which the

': on the right hand, and not toohope- he believes that insofar as possible, It was a tight, tense moment public doesn't realize is the prob-
fully at the United States Chamber the various "problems" listed by the A real editor looked up from lem of ordnance. : I
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:. of Commerce on the other. The advisory committee should be his work with studied puzzlement Inside that slender foothold in

t :: reason the committee had to move threshed out in as much detail as "Tell me," he said in clipped, Italy, there must be not only kitchens

:' was because- was only a tenant on possible before the convention so quiet, carrying syllables, "which one and temporary hospitals but, even '-..

<) Lafayette Square ,and the CIO that they will not have to be dealt of you was it' who killed six Japs on more important, ammunition dumps ,-' ; "
'i:' (which had tossed a million into the with superficially at the last mo- Guadalcanal?" '. The Major" and repair shops. This is the job of

Democratic electioneering fund) was ment by the platform committee at waddled out the door. The kid ordnance. A tank is no good unlessit
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; Tempora mutantur. Votes and Relief of ordnance not only to, build 'tanks, lJl
" .' But if the times and the quarters Midtown Vignette: This is one of but to train men to go along with'
.. have changed, so have Republican "We made several surveys cov- those shawtshawith ;caress the them into the field of-battle to see
ering different periods in the Easta WHEN CONSTIPATION makes feel
"Roosevelt won't that you
two they
spirits. carry and ears He is a very are kept running.The
eyes
"'" punt: as the dickens, brings stomach
- states ( it five?) I few years ago, he said, "and we '' .is true of and on
or was was con- young member of a Fortress crew' same artillery upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take
-fidentially informed by one of the found that the New Deal vote rose now being rehabilitated after serv- every other type of weapon. Thatis Dr.Caldwell's famous medicine to quicsly:

modest laborers in the GOP vine- in direct proportion with the amountof ice the flak in Europe why the Anzio beachhead has to puIl the,trigger on lazy "innards",.ana i
among
relief in the community. The help you feel bright and chipper again.
maintain
yard. machine shops and repair
He has most of the campaign rib-
I people were grateful for the help DR. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful senna
Harrison Spangler made no tall bons but no medals for outstanding garages, plus a large number of laxative contained in good old Syrup Pep- ,
they and Roosevelt the
predictions to me. He made no pre- got gave heroism Two of his buddies trained ordnance men to keep the sin to make it so easy to take.
dictions at all. He simply told me credit; they forgot that it was thepeople's have several The lads had a weapons at the front operating. All MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparationsin

about what he is doing, the results money they were spending. few hours leave last night and decided of this has to be done under the ter- prescriptions to make the medicine more
When they are able to pay their own rific hazard of artillery fire palatable and agreeable to take. So be sure ,
so far obtained. He has a simple to go to one of the night spots enemy t'
bills enough for what they laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin.;
faith that results already achievedare earn with their buddy and his bride because Nazi big guns are never out your
need, they want to be independent.They of INSIST ON DR.CALDWELL'S-thefavorite
the of had no'silver staror range.
victory. And because he
precursors want to shake off government of millions for SO years,and feel that whole-
other medals-the other twodidn't Paradoxical fact is that the man some relief from constipation.Even finicky :
Well-Used WordSpangler's control and regulation. responsible _for the
wear theirs. good job being children love it.
forte is -Mr. Spangler and his associates done ordnance is
organization, by a former navy CAUTION: Use only as directed. ,
and that's the word he uses most. believe that the Republican party man. He is hard-hitting Maj. Gen. :

"The precinct is the squad," he will win-first, because of the ener- The, Magic Lan&rns: Hollywood, Levin Campbell, chief of ordnance,
-\ said. "If you have good squads, you getic response of people which has 'which has too often pictured a kickin who graduated from Annapolis but DLCMJDWLUS

:,'. have a "good regiment." made the rebuilding of an effective a Jap's pants as the pay-off for later joined the coast artillery and

He has reduced the training of political organization possible; sec- Pearl Harbor, gets down to cases has been in the army ever since.It HENNA LAXATIVE

the squad to a very simple formula. ond, because they consider trends in "The Purple Heart." Here's a was Campbell, who decentralized :,

Get one energetic worker arid as- already evident are a factual indication flicker that brings ,the, film colonyup the somewhat moribund ord- ,CONTA1NED IN SYRUP PEPSIN

",' sign him or her 20 Republican vot- of a turn of the tide. to date. Its story gets inside nance department shortly, after '-- ..

ers. See that they vote. Mark Han- Mr. Spangler did not attempt to you and twists and burns with its report Pearl Harbor, moving ammunitionto -I

na used that system. It works. Iowa argue the case of the Republican on the Sneakanese savagery.The St. Louis, automotive vehicles to Wife Takes Over \

(Spangler's own state) uses it.,Many party, nor are these'columns a place tale is told not with a ladle, but' Detroit safety and security to Chi- Under Burmese law a wife may

others do. for such a political debate, but any- with, a typewriter of cold steel. Dana cago, artillery carriages to Rock Is- become head of the household if,

=- The important word in the last one can see that he and his staff be- Andrews, Sam Levene and Richard land, Ill., and getting things away the husband drinks too freely.

t" i I c sentence is "do." Important because lieve that they share a popular feel- Conte are superb as' the captured from Washington where, as he says- ,

Spangler used it in the present tense. ing that "the times have changed," 'fliers Nora Bayes gets her "People/are always breathing down

"" In the days.of the Blue Eagle, and "et nos mutamur illis" (and we are biog sung and danced in "Shine On your neck."

; for many years thereafter, any changed with them). The "we" Harvest Moon," a rich load of ye It was Campbell who cleared the MEXSANRJ! .>

3J:.. I statement about an effective Repub- meaning a voting majority of the old tyme nostalgia.. ,Its typical of decks for the famous bazooka anti-' .-'

lican political organization had to be American people.Of the them-was-the-daysish musicals, tank gun. Though he has been

used in the past tense. But tempora such is the optimism which fills and you' can't imagine anyone not criticized for not developing an air

( mutantur, again. Spangler believes the workshop on Connecticut avenue reveling in some of the memories of plane rocket gun similar to the Ger- Spokane Is Sun

t that times have changed and have where the one concern is the practical the big town before it went soft on mans' ,weapon, it was really General Spokane is an Indian name for '

r > been changing for some time. side of politics-there, where the crepes suzettes and 'laced shoes.In "Hap" Arnold, chief of the air Sun.

Chairman Spangler is,not starting shadow of the Blue Eagle once fell forces, who failed to take action on
across the portals, not even the flut- the airplane rocket when its
at scratch with his organizing; 26 the forthcoming film of Nora gun WNU-7 13-44
states which have elected Republican ter of a ghostly feather can now be Bayes' life "Shine on Harvest feasibility was proposed several

governors, he pointed out to me, detected. Moon," they omit this incident years ago by Arnold's arch-critic,
already have pretty good machines Nora once wired E. F. Albee, the Major Seversky.
which are working now. Service EducationTo vaudeville magnate: "Beginningnext Actually, the ordnance depart-

The chairman is a typical, suc- facilitate the educational pro- week my salary must be $10- ment has to be guided by what the

cessful businessman of a middle- gram for servicemen overseas, the 000 a week" Albee replied: fighting services want. "They never
sized town (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) in United States Armed Forces insti- "Your salary will remain $1,000 per get credit for" the ,new inventions For You To Feel Well

the Middle West. His speech and tute has set up branches in five the- week" Nora opened as sched- they develop, according to Assist- 24 hours every day 7 days every r
? : his speeches are pretty much basic aters of war-Southwest Pacific, uled, but after singing eight bars of ant Secretary of War McCloy, "butif week never stooping, the kidneys filter :

English except when he "rises to South Pacific, Middle East, Euro- "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" they" ever miss one, they catch waste If more matter people from were the aware blood.of how the '1

k--:. pronounce" on party principles. pean and Alaskan theaters. Mem- she stopped the music and told the hell. kidneys must constantly remove sur- /,',
acids and other waste
Then he uses good old substantial bers of all branches of the American audience: "That's $1,000 worth of plus matter fluid that excess cannot stay in the blood "
political phrases marshaled in the armed forces serving overseas my act"-and walked off. MERRY-GO-ROUND without Injury to health there would '

conventional manner. But like .all may now apply directly to the new CMystery recently surrounded the be whole better system understanding is upset when of kidneys why fail the

pre-convention committee chairman- branches for the same,courses that Then there's the one about the apartment of the Argentine assistantair to function properly.
ships, his job is eschewing the over- are given in the states through insti- playwright who was called upon to attache, Lieut. Ronald J. Rossi- Burning sometimes scanty warns or too that frequent something urination
He talk ter. His rooms at the Marlyn apart- la You suffer nagging backache -
specific. can about candi tute headquarters at Madison, Wis. make curtain speech He ram- wrong. may dizzinessrheumatic
,
headaches :
,: dates, but not a candidate, pro or The curriculum covers the range bled on and, on, with words going ments were charred and burned. In pains!, getting up at nights, swelling.
con; he can talk ,about platformsbut from grammar school to university round and round looking for an idea the diplomatic corps, the gossip,was Why not try Doa,,', Pillar You wTH I ',_.
be a medicine recommended the
that work had using
< dirty taken
not about planks. subjects. An enlisted man may apply When he came to the phrase: place be- country over.Doa,,',stimulate the function -
cause of Argentina! anti-U. S. pol- of the and help them to
He is, according to his associates for as kidneys
many courses supplied benefit
If- "I am speaking for the of flash out poisonous waste from the
Solution of
f i-', 'a ,,"man of action. Already he has directly by USAFI as he wishes for 'posterity"-a heckler in the audience icy the mystery: blood. They contain nothing harmful.
: Lieutenant Rossiter went to sleep Get Doa,,', today. Use with confidence.
visited all of the northern states only one enrollment fee of $2. For drove him from the stage with At all drug stores.DOANS.
t and that is what he is still smoking, had to be rushed to a hos-
7 doing, self-teaching courses, text books and the squelch: "Yes, and if you aren't
dividing his time between the field materials pital, and was kept under an oxygen
are supplied free of quick about it, they'll be along to
tent to recover from carbon PILLSr
and the Washington office. He likes charge. hear you." ide poisoning: monox- '


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nn e1 RISE IN TEMPERATUREA bowl of appropriate, size. covers for dresses and coats.
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I physician about to start on a Soft soap is all right if it works.
pressing hems from the
day's fishing trip had an early break And this time it does. Nails and : press
i bottom up. Pressing around the
fast,walked to a nearby store make screws are much easier to driveif
bottom of the skirt stretches the
a purchase but just "didn't feel I rubbed over a cake of soap first. hem out of shape. ,
right." He took his a a e
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ting and his temper- the attic for a dressing table To restore the fluffiness of chenille -

ature, about 103. He seat. Upholster the top and at- and candlewick which has _

went back to bed, tach a ruffle of chintz, or other been washed, shake vigorouslyfrom

called in his next- fabric harmonizing with the room time to time while the arti-

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/i. 4 physician, told him cover the legs. brush with a whiskbroom.

about his and
pulse
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no pain or distress YOUCAN'T BUY ASPIRINthat

T : '4? 4 anywhere in his can do more for you than St. Joseph
i bodv. I (I Aspirin. Why pay more? World's largest
Dr. Barton The neighbor physician seller at lOc. Demand St..Joseph Aspirin.In .

carefully examined
him but could find nothing to the
Long Ago
cause the rise in pulse and tempera
pr Sharks
. once swam in a sea in
; ture. His pulse and temperature remained our Central states where cattle

: ':. ry'lit.7r high for a week, so he remained -
now graze.
.j in bed absolutely free of 5520

pain or other symptoms. As tem

perature and pulse became normalby ; '

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ever knew what caused the
Those with tanned-dark akin.
F
; externally caused, who want it
rise.When lighter, smoother,softer should ra, .
a case with a rise in temperature try Dr. FRED Palmer's Skin ,.by

is in hospital and cause of If Whltener.not satisfied UaeTdaysaadlreeted.MONEY BACK. : >!

..' Quick Pickup Cookies and Milk rise is unknown, it is called P.U.O Zoc Send at 3c droltl postage! lts.to FREE GALENOL.Sample. '" :#'" \,'s-!4
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.rr. (See Recipes Below) meaning pyrexia (fever) of unknown Dept. S, Box 2&i, Atlanta,<:?m. ('., "'.. i..7Dr.FredPalmer'sSkinWbltener

origin.

Fill the Cookie Jar Lynn Chambers', .PointSavingMenu What may'be the cause of some of
these cases of rise in' temperaturewith Useful MilkweedThe
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Sometimes I think the cookie jar no apparent cause? In Clinical floss of milkweed is used to

L is the favorite piece of equipment Pan-broiled Ham Slices Medicine, Dr. M. Pinson Neal, Columbia make life preservers.

> in the American Parsleyed Potatoes professor of pathology, University 'c I ,.....-.
home especially Fresh Asparagus of Missouri school of medi-

in the kitchen. Endive Salad-French Dressing cine, in discussing this matter says: RHEUMATIC PAIN
.' 1F % At least it's the .
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o Whole Wheat Rolls "What about the patient with a / -
most popular,and I Hull not Day-Git after It NtwDon't
that's Orange Whip Cornflake Cookies fever where no cause is evident- /JJIt SPoil/oar C-2223 to relieve -

not just Recipe Given rash, pain, cough, diarrhoea, lungsor pain of muscular rheumatismand
; '. a among the youngsters other condition? Among the com other rheumatic pains. Caution: :.

for many a mon causes not easily recognizedare Use only as directed. First bottle
- :.' time the oldsters when baked and decorate with candied the of dangerous purchase price back if not satisfied. .
severe type goiter, -
make the path to the cookie jar justas cherries and nuts.Hermit growths, tuberculosis, syphilis 60c and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223.

often as the children. Bars.
heart disease and. nervous exhaustion
i If there are cookies in the house, % cup butter or substitute ."

then it's the kind of a house that 1 cup brown sugar Goiter be
r can recognized by meansof
: spells "Welcome Home," for cook 2 eggs, well beaten the metabolism test which shows
ies are not just delightful to have, Yi cup milk or coffee
rate at which body are
processes
they often take the edge off hunger .1 cup baking molasses or sorghum
working.
. 4 cups sifted cake flour
when it's most necessary-after
Growths be detected
can by meansof
school, or after a meal to give it 1 teaspoon salt
X-rays and barium meal. If
the finishing touch. teaspoon: soda is skin breast uterus inexpensive a fabric as
growth on or a EVEN'
Cookies aren't hard to make. 2 teaspoons baking powder muslin can be
small portion can be. cut away and
. They last':longer than cakes. They 1 teaspoon cinnamon examined under microscope. 6made into mighty attractive

. ; take less ingredients, and they go 1 1 teaspoon each, ginger, cloves Tuberculosis can' be detected by aprons if you dress it up with
much further.' cup nuts, chopped
2 raisins X-rays of chest and examination of bright appliques. Use bright red SNAPPY FACTS
Save Used Fats! cups cotton for the cherries for
Mix butter and sputum. Syphilis can be detected by green
Oatmeal and peanut butter have sugar together.Add the usual blood tests. Heart disease the leaves-it will make a lovely ABOUT
well-beaten milk
eggs, or coffee -
;P. long been popular ingredients in molasses and about 1 of may be detected by electrocardiogram apron! I

.. cookies, but here they are together flour. Beat well. Mix and sift cup severe pain in chest, breath- *
guaranteed to be doubly popular: remaining lessness. To obtain complete pattern for the Cherry
, '" Oatmeal-Peanut Butter Cookies. flour, salt, soda, baking Apron (Pattern No. 5520) applique design riJrRUBBER
powder and spices and add to first What about nervous exhaustion? and finishing Instructions send 16 \
(Makes 4 dozen) mixture. Add chopped nuts and rai How can this ,be detected? It has cents in coin your name and address

'. % cup peanut butter sins. Grease pans and line with been found that "there is an ever- and the pattern number.
-n 3 tablespoons shortening Due to demand and
increasing number of individualswho an unusually large Window
waxed rust-proof
Spread cookie mixture screens
paper. timeis
brown current war conditions, slightly more
Yz cup sugar evenly in pans and bake in a are physically and possibly required in filling orders for a few of and flexible that will roll-up

.' Yi cup granulated sugar moderate (350-degree) oven until mentally exhausted and living in the most popular pattern numbers. like shades are among tho
:; SA cup sifted all-purpose flour states who have rubber products promised for
firm. Cut into squares while warm anxiety : prolonged Send your order to:
;t. teaspoon salt post-war service by B. F.
fever without
. and remove from while still unexplained any or-
: pans
I"f 2 teaspoons Goodrich technicians.
baking powder :
"
warm. ganic disease. Rest, relaxation, relief SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
i Yi cup water Save Used Fats! from responsibilities, and a balanced 530 South Wells St. Chicago. In 1942, automobile graveyards

;. 114 cups oatmeal diet bring temperature to Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to wrecked 2,043,000 cars. It Is esti-
,r Cream peanut butter and shortening A cornflake cookie with orange normal. cover cost of mailing) for Pattern mated that 1,196,000 cars will

{': ; add sugars gradually, creamIng flavoring will really enchant the No................. have ceased their rubber-wearing
entire mix family: activities (In 1943 through the medium ,
fi;7T- : ture. Stir in sifted Cornflake Refrigerator Cookies. Put Seasick Sailors Name ............................... of the wrecker.Don't .

Wi. dry ingredients (Makes 5 dozen) Address .............................. -
and water. Add Y cup shortening ''On Shore Duty forget the spare In rotating
',;-
; tires, for rubber not in
;, the uncooked oat Vi cup sugar service rapidly
ages .more
,.. meal. Chill dough. i 2 teaspoons grated orange rind'.,. Recently I was reading of the Indian Chief Had His Own than when in actual use.
Roll dough thin 2 cups cornflakes number of cases of seasickness
" : on lightly floured 1% cups sifted flour among officers and men of the naval Idea on ContentmentAn At least 16 Latin-American countries

:}, board and cut 2 teaspoons baking powder services. In Annals of Internal Med- have soil and'climatic: conditions

..; c;. with cookie cut- Yi teaspoon salt icine,' Dr. R. S. Schwab reports his American gogetter noticed ; suitable for the growing of rubber.

; 'g;f .'. ter. Dough may Vs cup milk examination of 115 naval personnelwith an Indian chief lolling at the door

:: < .- also be rolled and Blend shortening and sugar to- chronic seasickness severe of his wigwam out west. -

:' t1?'.. chilled and sliced gether. _Add orange rind. Crush enough to bring them to the hospital.He "Chief," remonstrated the go-

r'.;; & inch thick. Bake on a greased cornflakes into found that 50 per cent of these getter, "why don't you get a job?" I
oaking sheet in moderate (350-de fine crumbs. Sift ep men showed abnormalities of the Thy?" grunted the chief. I

: gree) oven for 10 to 12 minutes. flour, baking pow digestive tract. 'By use of the bari- "Well, earn a lot of money." .

Sate Used Fats! der 'and salt to um meal and X-rays, the following "Why?" insisted the chief.

If partified cookies are desired, gether. Mix with conditions were discovered (a) irritability -" "Oh, if you worked and saved

frost with powdered sugar, icing crumbs. Add to of the upper and lower your money you'd have a bank ,
first mixture alternately
openings of the stomach, (b) increase account." ;
with the in flow of stomach digestive "Why?" again asked the chief.

I Lynn Says milk. Shape the juice even when patient was fast- "For heaven's sake!" shoutedthe

dough into rolls ing, (c) some increase in the num- exasperated gogetter. "Witha
Make Cookies! It's fun to make about ll& inches ber of "folds" or creases in the big bank account you could retire '
cookies when you have the"knowitall" in diameter. Wrap in wax and then wouldn't have to ,1
paper lining of the walls of the stomach, you
right at hand. Makeit and chill until firm. 'Slice and bakeon and (d) loss of peristalsia. work any more ." ;

easy for yourself by following ungreased baking sheets in mod- A large percentage' persons who "Not working now," pointed out

these simple directions: erately hot oven (425 degrees) about suffer with seasickness show nervousness the chief.
.
Start heating the oven before 12 minutes. and emotionalism. :,

you actually make the cookies so Save Used Fats! Dr. Schwab makes the definite

all will be in readiness when you Economy Brownies. statement that "a man with pronounced Hear 'em Crackle --

pop the sheets in the oven. 1 cup sugar dizziness, nausea, vomiting, lea
.
Assemble all the equipment 2 tablespoons shortening headaches:; with fear and discouragement -

needed. Assemble and measure 2 squares melted chocolate is not as able as one who is f&ll

the ingredients. Vz cup milk not so affected. This difference is p 1

Prepare cookie sheets next. If 1 egg not easy to measure but it involves I t
" : cookies contain much fat, sheets 1 teaspoon vanilla alertness, skill, temper, resistanceto

need not be greased. Pans for 1 teaspoon baking powder sifted in infection, cold, heat, and immersion -
bars should be buttered, lined 1 cup flour in the sea." I SPESII
,' with waxed paper, then buttered 1 cup nuts, chopped fineML" Men who suffer with chronic sea R CE KR ;

again. in order given, bake in a sickness should not be allowed to enter

Shortening creams best at greased shallow pan in a moderateoven the service. If already in the II

\ room temperature. It should not (350 degrees) for 20 to 25 min service they should be given jobs "The Grains are Great Foods"Kellogg's -' '
be melted as this injures texture utes. Cut in and .
squares cool. ashore if their abilities are of valueto
and flavor of cookie. Rice Krispies! equal the I iJ \
Get the the service. We will await with
Eggs are usually most from your meat! Get your whole in all the
well
beaten grain nearly
meat roasting chart from Mist Lynn Cham deep interest the trial of the new ripe 11 rc.fir
I before added to the food elements declared
shortening bers by writing to her in care of Western cure for seasickness discovered by a protective b I
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PAGE FOUR TIlE CLEWISTOX NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 194
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The Clewiston News lean The second cause, overdrainage ly will such restoration be of valuein I|lor which might then be contemplated. bodies of undeveloped lands. These'
I can be cured and will he automatically and of itself but will render more I i'lIt cannot be' too emphatically stated I undeveloped lands no matter where
I cured in the solution of valuable the proposed National Park that the sooner a return is had to I situated, should be restored to their
Published every' Friday In Clewiston. the physical pro1'! s herein dig and thus create indirect earning I this originally contemplated idea the natural condition until ready for
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, cussed; such cure will likewise elim- value for much of the land not pre- less damage will occur to the entire: immediate productive use thereof,, _,_
Tnc. inate the results of carelessness. The sently adapted to agricultural de- area and the less costly will be the'' and thus conserve for the future
most serious result r'* thorn 11"'ipcp" velopment. The natural'condition' work of reclamation for any particular those such presently unneeded lands.
Entered as second? class mall matter sary muck-fires Is the destruction ofa of the lower 'Glades will be auto- parcel of land. Haphazard
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In great natural r ?. :; matically restored when and as the methods for the disposal of surplus1waters J Protection of domestic water supplies -
Clewlslon, Florida under the Act of for the coastal residential
March 3, 1837.Subscription centuries in the making and which physical characteristics of the region or the ingestion of water sup(i areas
protection
; of water for livestock -
can well take centuries to renew under have been corrected. plies should be prohibited at the
and pasturage in the natural
presently existing conditions. Even the most casual survey will earliest possible moment and the ,
Hate-$2.50:: Per Year range country; elimination of muck-
The Nation is much concerned about disclose a continuation, on an ever necessary authority established for:, fires
i and prevention of soil-sub-
Advertising Hates Oil Application the soil losses of the past one hundred accelerating ,scale, of haphazard at- study and approval or, if necessary, 'I;: sidence
I or more years, but here in the tempts to supply drainage, or water- changes therein, of methods for ;i; in the agricultural regions;
Everglades, visible, to the naked eye control, to small, isolated and individually : reclamation of specific areas which, :i (Continued on page 10)Johnson's '
Devoted to the advancement and wel- !
and most irritating and more or less owned parcels of land. should be under the control of a I -- -
fare of Clewiston and Ilenary County. I I
injurious to the inhabitants and Such haphazard methods and prac- | public body to assure that every such
--------- -- -- visitors, are presently occurring very tices are a menace to the wellbeingof development may ultimately become
serious soil-losses which can be pre- the entire peninsula. Any substantial I I a harmonious part of a general plan Fish Camp I

I vented by the simple process of cur- I difference In rainfall from I'I for the entire region. The, comments (Near Hurricane Gate) '"'
NATIONAL EDITORIAL i ing other pressing problems. that of the past several years might I just made must not be Interpreted Clewiston Fin. r

A SSOCIATION I(I Throughout the :Nation are many well, and probably will, result in I i as a suggestion or recommendation Boats and :\Jotors-Gulde Service I
injury what be unfortunate at- for, or the approval of
examples of the irreparable may very Rates Reasonable
alJ: ./ j I to the soil caused by overdrainageand tempts at "shotgun protection" of plans, methods or attempts to suiv'v I \V, H. .lo11T1.on. :Mjr.
jI I 'loss of soil waters which are sflch individual efforts. Plans for I I definitive drainage to substantial i '

I readily apparent to even the casual reclamation and development of the I I
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passer-by and those charged with areas have always contemplated that "
A PAH-REACH PROBLEM I the responsibility of maintainingour definitive water control for specific ( r.IIIIIIIIIIIII; illlllll IIIII 1 Vtj1111111lllIfi: .!lIllIIllIIlill Mt-IIIIIIIIIIIII! jJJIllli! '
agricultural economy are, quite areas would be supplied by works | h

Clarence R. Bitting, president of properly, deeply concerned. Today and facilities of a quasti-public: authority I .' ..."".,
the United States Sugar corporation, in the Everglades much of the dam- whose efforts, plans and '
with his usual far-sighted thoroughness I age (soil subsidence, loss of capil- designs would be adjusted to the I Dorit
has gone into the problem of larity, etc.) is ,apparent only to those over-all plans of the entire area and I rely on awish
water control in the Evergladesarea. I intimately connected with the soil, at the same time give full recognition !ito j

He has found that the agri- j although continuation of existing the carrying capacity of the I !
cultural development of the back- ] conditions will, before many years various facilities already available
country, the tourist trade of the resort -have passed, make such injuries I II ,
area, the wild-life appeal of the I equally apparent to the casual traveler. (. ;
region and the water supply of the er. It would indeed be most unfor- bb
coastal cities and the very climateof I tunate if, through delay or unsound I II bone I
the peninsula are all vitally af- attempts at correction, the great l.P.CLP&EDOfS I
fected by the water problem. national resource which is South A
Bitting suggests that an outstanding I Florida should be lost to future I S"A.. w s F'

engineering organization with- I I generations. U'AR NOT ('
out affiliations or interests in the One of the reasons for the great i I
I I
area be employed to make an over- popularity of the lower East Coast DFTERM/ME WHO/S

all study analysis and report of the gas I a winter resort has been the mild RIGHT. . ONLY X i
problem, and that upon their recom- winter climate. This same climatic II .;. q .i:"!:
WHO 1$ LEFT/ :
mendations a l'eclamatiolL--'and development condition has been, in part, responsible 'IIIII'': '
project be undertaken for the development of highly 'z' ...
based on sound engineering practicesand I profitable specialized agriculture.An ._ 7'tT

economic policies. examination of records of climatic t
So well-thought out is the study conditions will disclose the :: 51.VI NGS A savings account, :
made by Bitting and so- explicit are ,: fact that such conditions have been
his statements on the various waysin I;,becoming gradually less favorableand / with: our insured :::

which water-control of the area i if such, trends continue, may .Y
affects the peninsula, we reprint it I well result in ultimate loss of both :'z': PC safety will providethe ,00 '"'
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in its entirety in this issue, and I tourist appeal and special agricultural h t; :
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recommend it to every owner of I advantages. Amelioration of I ,! 1.rC .
property, and every resident of 'existing climatic conditions will be ,R h C 1 j things you want =I

South Florida. achieved through the proper solutionof ,".
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the physical problems of the area. A +w I IY Ix

The Problem of -:- :'As the overdrainage of the Everglades -
has progressed, the sponge- And the way to keep it a "homeof
\ I like soils of the undeveloped por- contentment" is to keep the family
(Continued from Page 1.) I': tions of the area have been robbedof well and, healthy. We carry a
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creases in the 'number of seasonal their' life-giving i waters and, in full, line of nationally known medical .=w c-,
:visitors as well as in developments addition,have been subjected to the products, and filling prescriptions 'y.
which will create an ever increasing destructive influences of the muck-: is_ a profession with us.ALSTON'S +A Y" )0

rum bel' of opportunities for year I, fires, to ,which reference is mad I i I ,
[bound employment, once the peace elsewhere herein, thus resulting in AND A +tirt OP40 y y
has been won. There, is presently no : widespread areas devoid of their j w
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Reason to believe such expectations protective waters. Dried out and SEMINOLE DRUGS y
to be over-optimistic. The demand burned soils do not retain the heatof y w
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for domestic supplies of potable water the day but, contra-wise:, do re- CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiajftiiHii! l IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'm'?lIIlIlIIIl"III 1111111I1I1I11'0l I"II III'IIIJ' ''IIIIlIllilll! I"I"111I1lil l lilil:
will increase in full proportionwith tain the cold of the night and in f

increasing permanent and sea- I turn cool the overlaying air. The
sonal population. along the lower vagrant bodies of cold air thus creat-

coasts, and the problem of sanita- ed move aimlessly from their pointof DIGNITY DISTINCTION DEMOCRACY!
tion will likewise become aggravated. origin and in so moving destroy

Some ,coastal cities are already ex- valuable crops, wilt the pastures and ,
,periencing trouble in meeting the render most unpleasant a stay at the :
water demand, and in at least one seashore. All these adverse con- in His Platform .

large city the problem of salt water ditions will be eliminated when and !

Infiltration has arisen. With a solution as the undeveloped portions of the Ja Ollie EWllS

\ of the hydrographic problemof Everglades are restored' to their Judge ,' -
the lower peninsula will come a original condition and nature will .
pore? than adequate supply of pota- then begin its healing processes. We i ;
Makes One Promise [
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Only :
ble waters for a many-fold increase can all think of the name of at least :ci, i '
In coastal population, as well as the one state presentely enjoying less y :: ':. : :

olution of the increasing serious favorable conditions than does Flor- I '' \ "To be guided solely by what believe to be for the best interest '/;')'.:':.
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: problem sanitation in such metropolitan ida, which would not permit any ..:" ./
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areas. such hazard to its welfare even at 'a :.', : ;, of my country and my state. To act as my conscience dictates < ;:?

j The term "muck-fire" has many. cost many times that involved in ad- ,- ,<): '<
bad connotations not only to the justing the basic % problems of the .)... ,f.->: and not from motives of selfishness, personal profit or prestige. ,,'

,< permanent: residents of the lower Florida peninsula.One -'.is.l; 1.-.< : "' To serve as ,best I know how from motives inspired by the ,. ,.;; ,;:::{: .... .. '

peninsula, but, of great importanceto of the great attractions of the : of this ; !' )
establishment < .i
: i..::':- great Christian principles which led to ,, :
the recreational areas, even worse lower 'Glades is the native wildlife : _01> .. -
(jonnotations. to the average seasonal which is slowly disappearing by rea- ':":;'/( ": nation and which must be preserved if this nation is to survive.'*, -,,\/ :-it. ;:.
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visitor.
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Practically all muck-fires son of the conditions to which reference !
;; are the result of two contributing' has been made elsewhere here-

causes-carelessness and over-drain- in. The restoration of natural con- JUDGE J. OLLIE EDMUNDS will serve his ,
; age;; the first cannot be cured other ditions will re-establish the :
native
than by the careless individual him- wild-life and thus create 'an allureof state with dignity He will earn the respect JI: \ ::rz?;rf.1t= 1Ii: \

self, and dependence on such a cure inestimable value in the attrac- of his colleagues in Washington by sane, con i}::t>:"; '. '1",,,.. iWAt'r4i:1scrvative
is indeed ,a weak 'reed upon which to"j.I tion of additional tourists. Not on- liberalism and a gentlemanly presentation 1 n : '*' /<'" m ::

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--- of all plans problems. t+: .. : '

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'- I '.. i JUDGE J. OLLIE EDMUNDS WIll serve his ti(> .:., d. 1f 11

I !I. state and nation with distinction and diplomacy. t;:'.;? 1! ':A)1 :. .
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L L.STUCKEY No l honor IS so great, no personal gain tit}, ;:,: :Z .'. ',.:,.:....,..' ";(i ,/: '

so ,tempting that he will devIate from iheChristian 'ffi VC": ":.:::.:"t..1k.. ... ,,= ':,':)...:..'":'\.<...'i.:.:.:; ';; l ''
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ethics which have motivated his p,!, '.''e',). C'c',

TO entire life. >* ,,-
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; CONGRESS ay JUDGE. OLLIE EDMUNDS WIll serve the ,'AtMf..:-z:: : ?;:: K: .f1lP:}.:,. ,;>':' *: : ,.. .
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great democratic principles which 1 1 led to 'W tW'J .: .
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: y.d of the state and W1&i : :
i -NEW SIXTH DISTRICTe ra aW r h establishment and prosperity ,'

, PRACTICAL nation His salesmanship in Washington willbe [ ... ':' >\ai''f-Bt: ;:

.a powerful influence toward ending federal

EXPERIE ED b. ..' '.waste and extravagance. His diplomacy will '

f : : ifiAIi .' he powerful in securing recognition of Florida's \ I HEAR JUDGE J i : EDMUNDS
SCSJL who
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; -needs. Ire is a Southern, gentleman

I 'respects.the traditions and history of the '
7.15 Fri.
m. April 7Stations
; IN THE CONDUCT OF for these p. ,
Soulh. He will get respect principles ;

l in the Senate of the United States. WAAC and'
II ; H OWrlD B9JJSBimeSS
:::;.., s WQAMFLORIDA

>:;.- S3 years a resident Vitally Interested Advocate of good WILL BE PROUD TO HAVE ITS VOICE HEARD THROUGH
roads and water- .
j, j. In the development j"ff Candidate for the office of .

, of South Florida 1 of South Florida to"(Paid ways Political in South Adv.Florida ) J D 1m 110IJ\ [tb t' J a 0 L" 'I E E D n rn U I' B S UNiTED STATES SENATOR


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APRIL 7, 1944 V THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE

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1 Iprogress
d -
ert N. Smith, James Kenneth Weaver and welfare, and If elected I' predecessor Jim Maddox, who resigned,
RATIONINGCALENDAR will devote my best efforts to serving[ and am trying to make the county a
APRIL CHECKS FOR of the Seabees, Sgt. D. Ballard; the best interests'of the county and good commissioner. In asking to be
'
Pvt. William D. Dana, A. W Law- its people. elected to the office I promise to give
HARVEY S. DYESS. I the best service possible to Felda and
rence, MM 2c| Pvt. James E. .Sumner ;' (Paid Palitical Advertisement) the county as a, whole just as I am

i.AGED INCREASE MEATS, BUTTER, ETC. S. Sgt. 'Robert M. Taylor, and doing this term. I will be grateful foryour :
t vote and
I' support. Thank you.
David Herbertson. FOR
S. SHERIFFI
I A8 B8 C8 Capt.
Book 4 red stamps ASA TOWNSEND.
% for 10 ------------ - (Paid Political
AS FUND GROWS D8, E8, F8, G8, H8, J8 good hereby announce myself as a can- [ Advertisement.)
points indefinitely. Red stamps K8, didate for the office of Sheriff of Hen- .
j dry County Florida. Having served as .
POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS
I L8, and M8 will be valid April 9. I Justice of tho Peace for a number of 1 FOR COUXTY COMMISSIONER

(Meat grades: AA or choice, A years, I'feel that I am fully qualified DISTRICT NO. 1
Because
Florida's tax collections and capable of holding and conducting I
i have increased so rapidly that unexpected or good, B or commercial, C ,or utility I I II the affairs of this most important office This will announce my candidacy
D or cutters and canners.) in an efficient, economical and for re-election to the office of county
funds are suddenly available I I I business-like manner.I commissioner district number 1, sub-
for increasing many of the assistance I FRUITS, JAMS, ETC. FOR COUNTY JUDGE have been a resident of Ilendry ject to the May primaries. I am concluding -

checks payable to old folks from the Book 4 blue A8, B8, C8,. DS, E8, County for 21 years and feel that I and my invite second term in this capacity -
This \Is to announce that I am n can- know the people and their problems.If a careful inspectionof
State Welfare Fund, there will be a I F8, G8, H8, J8, K8, valid for 10 didate for County Judge of Hendry elected, I shall endeavor to give my record as your commissioner

slight delay in the first ,batch of points indefinitely. Stamps L8, M8, County subject to the will of the them my wholehearted cooperation in for Your this vote time.and will be ,
i N8 P8 and Q8 valid May 1. voters in the May 2 primary. I feel every respect. Your vote and support I preciated. support- ap-
,
checks due this month, State Comp- that my training and experience qualifyme will be greatly appreciated. GLEN

!? 'troller, J. i\I. Lee states.' Pointing SUGAR for the duties of the office and, G. H. SMALL. I (Paid Political Advertisement.E. ETHERTON.)
'' \ I Stamps 30 and 31 in book 4 valid if elected, I will render the best service (Paid Political Advertisement) I
jto the unprecedented improvement within my power. Your vote and sup- I I I .
in the state's financial position indefinitely for five pounds, stamp port will be greatly appreciated. Thank FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT.

p. : s Comptroller Lee stated the State 40 valid for canning through'Fe you. I I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
RODENT KETRING.
This is to announce that I am seek-
1945 DISTRICT 2
Welfare Board had advised him its 128. (correct.) (Paid Political Advertisement) No. ing the office of County Superintendent -

forces are rushing work on new ; SHOES \ This advertisement of Public, Instruction subject to
Is to
allocations that will increase hun- Book 1 stamp 18 valid through FOR COXSTA1I1.K DISTRICT AO. 1 I that I am a candidate for the announce'I'I' primary.the wishes If of elected the voters I will in work the May for

April 30 and book 3 stamp 1 on airplane County Commissioner in the best interests of the schools of
welfare assistance I
dreds of the
I 2, Hendry County; in the coming Democratic -
sheet valid indefinitely. I wish to announce that I am a candidate ( \ Hendry county and in every way pos
checks during April rather than wait I nomination to the office of Primary. I am particularly sible endeavor to justify the confi-
for
will be valid May 1. I' qualified for this office since I ath a
new stamp dence you place in me. 1 will deeply
until May: to give such increases as Constable; district number 1, Hendry lawyer, a civil engineer, and, in addi- appreciate your vote and support.
are possible. GASOLINE9A county. tion, have served as a County Com- I Thank
' I coupons valid for three gallons 1 am a pioneer resident of the county missioner and Chairman for Hendry you.MRS.. HOMER TAYLOR.
: "Consistent with established and am interested in everything County. My record in the past will'
'I: my i I (Paid Political Advertisement.)
through May 8.FUEL that will advance its welfare. stand up for itself.: I promise the
:'' policy, there will be no delay in I OIL Your support and vote in the May efficient, competent courageous,same 1
mailing these checksas soon 'as primary will be appreciated. 1 understanding administration of
No. 4 and 5 coupons'valld. through WALTER H. CHRISTIAN. I II ty affairs that I gave the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIOXER
,
:
:} vised lists are certified by the 1'e-1 Sept. 30.Definite. (Paid Political Advertisement) I II I Hendry County before. DISTRICT XO. 4-DE AUD
fare board," Comptroller Lee I I will appreciate your vote and coun-I
value coupon good i "any I '- I I wish to announce to the voters of,
in Tallahassee.In
i ,; announced 'i time. FOil CONSTAIII/K DISTRICT IVO._ 1 port.Very sincerely, I Hendry county that I am a candidate
making the decision not to 1 SELDEN L. STEWART.I I for reelection to the office of County

: : ',. wait a month_ to start the increased i I have qualified as candidate for're (Paid Political Announcement) Commissioner is Fort Denaud.of I district No.4'my, which
first
: am serving
of
Latest election to the office constable for .1 I
\';; ," .assistance where possible, officials I Army- District 1. term in office and can honestly say

;; '.: felt that every person on the roll I have served four years as your FOR CLERK OF COURT that best, to during familiarize this time I have done my
myself with the affairs -
I IJ
'f. r": would be more than willing to wait constable, and six years as deputy of my district and the county aa,
(Continued from page 1) sheriff and city marshall, in Clewiston.I I wish to announce my candidacy |
whole
a to the end that I
: a few days for the April check, if it in full agreement that the filling of have worked constantly to keep: thisa for the office of clerk of the circuit able to give an efficient as well might as con-be
>; would let a 'great majority get a clean law-abiding community, andI court of Hendry county subject to the I scientious administration. In asking I II
forces is
;; 'r, \ calls for the armed a mat- want to continue to keep it this way. May primary I have been a resident
for another term, I '
u pledge best efforts -
" : ;larger check one month sooner. And ter of first priority: Hershey list- Your vote and support will be ap 6f Hendry county for sixteen years. If I in a continuance of my the same

}; meantime auditors expect, to catchup ; ed fathers and men who have just preciated. _I. S. BELL SR. office elected in will an conduct efficient the and affairs businesslike'of the policy. Your vote and support in the
will be .
Map primary
J rapidly and anticipate a ,delay become IS as being among the chief (Paid Palitical Advertisement) manner. Your vote and support are appreciated.'A.. J. EVERS.

,;: ;I 'only on less than a third of the possibilities for filling the armed respectfully solicited. '' .)
'
( ;'' checks. forces quota. He also cited that I FOil COUXTY COMMISSIONER G. B. RACKSTRAW.
(Paid Political Advertisement. I I
1" DISTRICT NO. 2 )
1'.' < young men who are ''deferred for II FOR COUXTY COMMISSIONER

:: i Ed Hamilton Outlines agricultural and industrial reasons I I wish to announce my candidacyfor FOil COUXTY: COMMISSIOXCRDISTRICT I. DISTRICT :XO. 3

; f'r I would have to be called to service. i the, office of county commissioner XO. 3This'is
;- I w. N. (Bill) Sta1llngs'ar.nounces his
i District No. 2, Hendry County sub-
" <, After Victory FutureIn -- ject to the Democratic primaries in'' candidacy for the office of county
commissioner for district
No. 3,
.. May. to announce that I rim in the r Hendry
:
' } Soldiers Ballots Are Your vote and support will be greatly race for County Commissioner of Dis- I County Florida. He has been a resident -
". nut' shell Ed Hamilton appreciated.. trict of the county since Its creationand
candidate No.3.
a LaBelle subject to the
r
is deeply Interested In its .
" J. C. JACKMAN.Paid progress.He
wishes of
the voters of
Sent Out Hendry countyas
for Congress in the new Sixth Being ( Political Advertisement.) expressed in the May 2 primary.I hopes to have the opportunity

.' District, has expressed himself as am a lifetime resident of this section I and do it pleasure of serving you, and will
to the very best of his ability.
regards to the immediate future of A total'of fourteen Hendry county FOR, SHERIFFI and and development.deeply interested To"this in end its, if welfare elected He will appreciate your vote and '

:, :- our demobilized armed forces after service men had requested the I will give the best service of whichI I support(Paid Political in the May Advertisement.primary. )
? the wish to ,announce my candidacyfor am capable. Your vote and support
Victory. privilege of voting and were eligible the .office of Sheriff of Hendry will bo greatly apprecia-ted.. Thank

:; "Some civilian experts say that we I to receive soldiers ballots up to County subject to the Democratic you. I'- FOR OOUXTY JUDGEI
primaries in May. R. B. WALDRON.
(". } must maintain a vast armed force Tuesday noon. The idea of being a candidate was (Paid Political Advertisement.) hereby announce' my candidacy for

::::' ,1 after the Victory because we dare Those sent out went to Charles suggested by friends and is agreeableto I reelection to the office of County Judgeof
desires. I believe that acquaintance -
my my Hendry County subject to the demo-
not dump the great army of service II W. Benson, SIC| Edward B. Cook, with the county and its Ir r FOR SHERIFFI cratic primary in May. I have made

folk on to a nation unprepared to Marion Goff of' the USCG, S. Sgt. people qualify me for this important I a sincere effort to conduct the. affairsof
office.Your. I the office' In such a manner as to
absorb the legions' of man power William W.' Hooks, A. W. Lawrence\ vote and support will be :ip- I wish to announce that I am a can- Justify my request for another term,

that will then, be available," the S M, Lt. S. A. McCorkle, Capt. Rob- preciated. didate for reelection to the office of and if reelected, will continue to giveihe
first HULP.ERT M. POLLARD.Paid Sheriff of Hendry county at the pri- I same conscientious and efficient
'young candidate, nosy a private ( Political Advertisement.) mary election in May. I have tried to service. Your vote and support will
'" class in the U. S. Marines' said. I conduct the officeS in a manner to jus- be appreciated. Thank you.
i'military ,carees to man sufficient tlfy another and will
term :I appreciate R. M. (BOB HARRIS.
i r..' "They predict that it would be advisable CLrKRK OF CIRCUIT COURT
'j force to' insure peace in the years to .our'vote and support. (Paid Political Advertisement.)
. ; r to hold;them io the rank's for I BILL MADDOX.

; two years awaiting the reconversion,:i come. This is to announce that I am a (Paid Politicai Advertisement.) FOR SHERIFF ,
.' candidate for reelection to the officeof
of industry from the manufacture of
Clerk of'the Circuit Court subject to
I wish to announce that I am a can-
:' war supplies to that of peace time I In world war 1 Germany enjoyed the primary in May. In once more FOR COUXTY COMMISSIONER' didate for the office of Sheriff of Hen-

'1' 5 work. That's unthinkable. two of air superiority before asking the vote and support of the DISTRICT NO. 5: dry county subject to the democratic
years I offer the
4; x voters of Hendry' county primary of :May 9th. If elected I will

'.:, it "In the foxholes, in the planes, on \1 the allies gained supremacy; hIs- experience 'gained through years of of I hereby announce to the voters of conduct the office in an efficient and
past service and a renewed pledge business like to the best Interests
' .- ; the fronts in the submarines and in !tory repeated world war II, continued, honesty, efficiency and the Hendry for the office county of that County I am Commissionerof a candidate I I of .all. manner Your vote ami support-

:,';'.. f.:' the barracks what do our men and Thank same fair treatment to all at all times. District No. 5, Felda, subject to the I will be greatly appreciated.H. :: .

:'.' : -women of the armed forces 'talk I- WILLIAM you. T. (TOM) HULL. democratic primary in May. I am H. MACK) McCALi*
II serving the unexpired term of my I (Paid Political Advirtistment)
Advertisement) I
Paid 'Political
't'i 'about? Home! Home! Home! And ( I
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their loved ones at home are look-.I FDR *:
day
Ing to the day for their return. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I "" .....-,,-.mr.1 ,.t-, ,...
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DISTRICT :XO. 2
Originally we
"Are we going to hold these millions .

in service because we have I L: asked for 10 percent I wish to announce that I am a
in bonds candidate for reelection to the office THE EDAT
failed to make provision with jobs ; now we of county Commissioner of District I JOB AHEAD IS SAFE WITH

';. on their return? Also rememberthis need considerablymore. No. 2, east taBelle, subject to the will I
I of the voters of Hendry county in the
.
there are probably enough men May 2 primary. ,Members of the coun-
y in uniform today who plan future i ty board saw fit to make me chair- \
man when I was first elected four '
years ago and again two years ago,
an honor which I deeply appreciated.Since THE TRAIN, PLANE, N ,
I have been in office I have
tried to serve my district and the BOAT OR BUS .
. t J r' r ::7 rl county..at large to the best df my abil
"Let's Get Down ity. This. I will continue to do, if re- '
: elected. The vote and support of the As our Demobilized Ji"orcl'sAITh'l' i r

: 4 Business" people of the county will be ap-I Home Let's Greet ?
", to preciated. Thank you.
Yd" '
x J. O. DAVIDSON. Them; With Good Job.s--
/"ti' (Paid Palitical Advertisement)
a' NOMINATE Good Jobs to Tide Them : '4'"J

fcs. FOR CeUXTY:: COMMISSION: ; Through that period Bound
c" DISTRICT XO. 3
BILLWALL to Follow in the Reconvers ,.?;" ; :' s !

This is to announce that I am a I ion of Industry. y t' :
the office 'j'
candidate for reelection to ;
of County Commissioner of District I. "A JOB WAITING BACK '4 1
the I Have t y
N*. 3. west LaBelle. In past st;" ,
su.
.
devoted myself to working for the best HOME"
interests of my district and the county 1'a ,
L44i for a's a whole. I am rounding out my That's I
cheer our
new to.
second term. In asking for reelection, :
for tho privilege of serving another fighting forces. .
CONGRESSGTH term my only pledge is to continueto I Ito

give honest and efficient service. I Who will be more competent 3 e
will be ap
FLORIDA DISTRICT Your vote and support .r i
preciated. Thank you.GEORGE. servo our fighting forces s" a

x4 : ;' s s ;xw ? vt> Now is the Time to Send a Businessman (Paid Political Advertisement.L. POOLE.) than a SERVICE MAN? That y. rM' Ji,?y Ya

yr zirk to Washington. man isED- '.

(Paid Political Advertisement) FOR COUNTY COMMISSIOXTJH: :
DIM'RICT XO. a
I

To the Voters' of Hendry County,: II I
r. wish to announce that I am a candidate I
1Today's I for County Commissioner for HAMilTON
DIS-I

\ FUN NIG I RAM By Peters I i trict this section No. 3. for I have 31 years been a and am very

much interested in county affairs. In 1
asking for ,your vote and support, I
'Promise, if elected to give to my dis- "
,
trict and county at large the best U. S. Marine
service of which I am capable. Most

sincerely, ,
w PAUL O'BANNON.
'' Advertisement.)
(Paid Political
'
Our customers are always first candidate to announce in the NEW

;", r- well pleased with our work

i on their cars because FOR DISTRICT COUXTY:NO.COMMISSIONER S-FKI.DAH. : I SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

xv' Y i vfQ really render fine quick,

I ri and dependable service. G. Atchley candidate. Your .support {
in the first primary will be ap- I| Today the U. S. Armed Forces Plan Post>> War Development to !safeguard .
7RSiL1FtlKY predated' and if honored with the'
Y { r j nomination and election I pledge to1\1 i the future of our Demobilized Armed Forces
,. 9 HENDRYCOUNTY administer the duties of this office in ,|
.. ; a fair, impartial and bualne ," manner, without fear or favor. Thank- |
) ing you In advance for your active i HAMILTON J 1

'. support and vote.Sincerely ,i 1

H. G. ATCHL Y. I
t MOTORS (Paid Political Advertisement) j Proving once again-
1 iI '
FOFOIl Y I
CLEWISTON, h'LOIIDArf' COUXTV COMMISSIONER: "|

DISTRICT XO.' -, I THE JOB AHEAD IS SAFE WITH ED 4

I II I
wish to announce that I am a candidate !
for County Commissioner for
"My customers are cranky about getting it fresh." District No.4, Denaud, subject to the I Paid Political Adv. by Ed Hamilton's Friends.FRIDAY .
decision of the voters in the May primaries -
I have lived in Ilendry county I
for 4D:) years and nm, Interested in its i
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PAGE SIX THE CM3WISTOX NEWS
FRIDAY APRIL, lPH


NAVY" BUTTONS ARE Ii Sugar Mill Hearing To trict.from the Sixth Congressional Dis-,, of Candidate ,Willis Sherrill through- I grateful for the kind support being !1

out many counties of the Sixth Congressional
I tendered
to
me throughout the district
Be Reopened The 58-year-old attorney and,j 'District as the campaign -
I, Everglades farmer listed a number I I I gradually ; and I wish those who supportme
GIVEN DISCHARGED of points on which he is basing, warms up. to know that I shall honor their ,,.,,..
(Hendry County News) 1 I| Fine
results begin to show_ from -
; i
his candidacy. They are ,includedin .
faith
The federal agency of smallerwar an advertisement in this issue. I ,this activity, in the way of more. and confidence by doing the
KEN AND WOMEN plants corporation in Washington Mr. Carmichael expressed oppo-: and more :pledges of support for the best job for them of which I am

D. C., has agreed ,to another sition to the "so-called" New Deal I i I[ Shqnill: ,candidacy ,being received capable, if nominated and elected
I hearing on the LaBelle cooperative and that 1 I daily ,at headquarters, while ,friends congressmau. for the Sixth District."
buttons declared the "next few
rN*\vy honorable service lapel i J ti
tr
to be worn on civilian clothes sugar cane growers association appeal years will ,be the most crucial in the :
Jai issued only to ,men and women ',for a loan to purchase a sugar history of this country. c'ompetentI I]i I wise ; I
I mill to be located at LaBelle, the | sentl 'I
'separated under honorable condi- men will be needed to represent the i
'rtlons' from active ,duty in the Navy, I cost of which ,is approximately people in Congress." :I l
$750,000, according to D. G. 'McCormick -
Marine Corps: and Coast Guard since He served three times as mayor ,,
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number of naval activities where I tive.Mr. was an elective one by the people. He .
I McCormick said the federal
'buttons 'may be obtained have recently /served one-year terms as mayor lin ,I
: 'received applications from veterans 'agency handed down a decision recently -. 1913, 1914 and 1921. He also has .
of World War I, apparentlyas requiring cooperative members -I served as city and county attorney.
to put up 40 per cent of the During his two terms in the State '
a result of a recent Navy announcement -
price' of the mill, which was an im-
i Legislature from ;
which failed to mention as Representative
that the time limitation is sill in j possibility. Later, he said, the Palm Beach county, he took a lead- I
; effect. {agency had agreed to reconsider the ing part in the reapportionment of i ; !
j application but a date for the hear-
The buttons are issued without ing has not yet been set. ing State.South Representatives Florida more, thereby equal giv-- 'i
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representation iI
cost to officers and enlisted personnel -
It is understood that the application I I
in the Legislature. I
how in civilian life, who are =
for a loan was approved by the 1
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eligible to receive them. Former Mr. Carmichael is married and
.naval personnel may apply for the Florida branch! of smaller war plants has two sons and a daughter. His !

emblems in person at the following corporation of Jacksonville. II I two sons and a son-in-law are serv- :f f!
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places: ing in the navy.

Seventh Naval District Personnel I Carmichael InCongressional j I I

'Office, du Pont Building, Miami; Race County LaborersTo
Navy Recruiting Station, Postal I I ,
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: :Building: Miami; Navy Receiving I Get More Pay
//Barracks, 1151 N.W. South River M. D. Carmichael, three times

;Drive, Miami; Naval Hospital, Key1 II['r mayor of West Palm Beach and' The county mmissioners agreed I
;?:West; and the Navy Recruiting Station .I.I former State Representative, Tuesday Tuesday to increase the pay of coun- I ; ;
:! Post Office Building, Jacksonville made formal announcement of and ,
ty laborers, to 50 cents an hour ,
Florida I his candidacy for Representative at the same time voted to allow Bennett l

If it is not convenient to visit one ------- who operates the county scraper I

of the above distributing stations, $5 a day pay for his work.
of health and Mrs. Thelma Flan-
applicants may apply in writing to Roy Messer will be allowed to
of 'the lunchroom -
state supervisor
the Bureau of Naval Personnel, Navy agan ;
.tnte.'I
will conduct the fence around the new marl pits be-
:Department. Washington, 25, D. C. program
meeting. School board members, longing to the county which are .1
Former enlisted personnel must other school officials, PTA officers close to his home place west of La-

;present or forward their dischargesas and any interested patrons are invited I Belle, ,the enclosure to provide pas-
evidence of their eligibility to receive to attend the meeting. ture and water holes for his cattle.
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the buttons. The discharge In return he will be required to : '
.will in all cases be returned together The purpose of the meeting is to protect 'the marl supply against in- ,
clear the of the .
with the honorable serviee make interpretation truders.: o
button. In the case of officers, the section of the Florida state sanitary ;
code pertaining to lunch-room sani- ""
original and one certified copy cf ..
Support Pledges I
This
inactive tation. new law was promulgated -
them
status arerequired.. j jointly by the state department Gratify Sherrill I
i j of education and the state '
board of health. :
Robert Ketring Out I Board of healh officials are anxious I Publicity headquarters for I the ;,i

to' have a good representation I II Sherrill-for-Congress campaign an- I I i
For :
County JudgeRobert I from both counties at the meeting. \nounce widespread activity by friends ." \


: Ketring this week an- 1
?nounces in the News that he is seeking ,

; the office of county judge, subject ,ELECTDwight I: .j
: to the will of the voters in the I
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: -May 2 primary. I
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Ketring has lived in Hendry county ; L.ROG.ERS. << : N I
t.: : for many years and is well knownIn Pw : )

) all parts of the county. In aii- :
flouncing:: himself a candidate, he
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k :said, "I 1: feel that my training and I

!' experience qualify me for the du- I ,
;' :ties of the office and, if elected, 1 j .I : :

:, :will render the best service within
:' :my 'power. Your vote and suppor'twill [ Your CongressmanFROM :

"be greatly appreciated. Thank I II l I'I'l :

-you. II XKAV 6TH DISTRICT .'? '
I I ,on earth.

School Folks InvitedTo I I I MR. VOTER, :

Health Unit Meeting!I I lie Has A Proven Itocoul of I Don't be satisfied with platform and campaign pledges-be sure. jour P-
,I candidate has the ability, experience and intestinal fortitude to bring
I Service I them into being.
Hell is paved with good intentions
A meeting to discuss school lunch- r A .
public office is u public trust-a public officer should 5>c R public A<
Troom sanitation will be conductedby servant.

state board of health representa- He hE.'lp(1'orldng- man bj paosiugthe vcoikinon1 tompensutioii } I ", ,,Itch.The price of liht'rtI" eternal- ,'iliImct--don"t fall asleep at the

.lives for school board members and act. i If you want an able, experienced mail of action, who'gets results-
' others intereste'd in Glades and H<> ioii -ht for the school,i, ;.:h'ingS months term; free school" I then iou SHOULD VOTI: FOR
,Hendry counties. The meeting will text-hooks: and transportation. -
"be held In the court-room in Moore ., I
He will continue to fight for our service sons and daughters. I M. Do Carmichael
Haven from 10 till 12 o'clock Mou-

; 'day, April 17th. -Paid Political Adv

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li'nIDAYPHIIJ 7, 1944 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE SEVEI



At a recent meeting of the Epis- as an aviation cadet in the pre-flight mascot. Air Scouts Charles Ben- ton, Buck Surrency, Wilmer Bishop,

copal group, it was decided to changethe school at Maxwell Field, Alabama bow, Wayne Jordan and Stanley Jack f Redish, Charles Jennings

name of the organization !from one of the schools maintained by the Wright. Cobra Patrol, Dan Martin,I Clarence Stiles, Curtis Leitn and: I

[ Personals ] Mission of St. John, to Mission of Army Air Forces Training CommandHe ( Vernon Foster. ,

',. St. Martin The original name was will be there for 9 weeks of in- Billy Toulis, Vollney Robbins, Bob

found to be confusing asthere were tensive training. by Berner, Rodney Bear, David,I

many other churches" of the same Twiddy Jimmy Beck. Flying Eagle I II I
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name in this diocese.CI.BWISTOX Mrs, T. H. Roland receives regular Patrol, Emory Campbell, David
Mr. and Mrs C. E.
Bailey were
letters from her son, Harold, who is Thielen, Fred Young, Herbert Wal-]I,

1. I in Miami on business Tuesday. COMMUNITYCHURCH: (Continued on Page 10) ston, Kay Bowden, George DeVane

and Charles Brantley; Panther Pa-I
i Col. J. T. Terry of Fort. Lauderdale I '
.. Ii i trol, Clifford Beatty, Junior :Mills,
was a business visitor in Clew- 35 Scouts- i
'. :. EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 9, 1944 I George Meister, Billy Haynie, An-
iston this week.
thony Toulis, Bubber Mills, Harold tl r
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.. Dr. C.
Classesfor (Continued fron: page 1) Bioaderick; Lion Patrol, John Ba --
Gericke superintendent.
Mr. and Mrs. Dill Blount and son, E. a fine time they had in Lake Wales (Paid Political Advertisement )
all ages.Morning ----------
the'weekend -- -- --- -----
Billy, spent with rela- and at Bok Tower. For myself, I
Worship, 11:00: a. m. "
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tives in Arcadia. ,
to there was misstep
want say not one -
A nursery for young children is
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,the Mothers' 'Chili at among the 35 boys who made ,, a.CHARLES
: Mr. and Mrs. :Manuel Galigher of conducted the Community by Center."A I I the trip-no incident to mar tho ::: ELECT .
St. Cloud were visiting friends 111
Faith for These Dark is good times of the boys or to spoil
Days"
", Clewiston this week. the subject of the minister's sermon. I our good name while among strangers. -

,Young People's meeting at 6:00: i We were treated royally in I
cMrs. and Mrs. H school Lake Wales and were made to feel ::1: Ea MINER

1y'', A. Bestor were business visitors iu p. in., for high and junior that we will be welcome when we

#' West Palm Beach Saturday. high young people.
. go back. I
Ytw are cordially invited to wor- :
"I wish to commend the patrol
Mrs R. V. Allison and children ship with us.FIRST leaders-Emory Campbell, Clifford :: YOUR i:

: of Belle Glade spent last week here Martin
Beatty Dan and especially
. ;, visiting her father, F. L. William BAPTIST. CHURCH Johnnie Barton, who had a' group I
x""' H. C. ) {'at1ol', Pastor!
.' son. of inexperienced Scouts-on their I:! County Commissioner
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ability as leaders. The dignity and !
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9:45 ,
Sunday School- : a m.
Nail!
Private, and Mrs. Walker F. behavior of the six older boys was

k :r... are visiting Mr., Nail's father, W. F. Morning Worship.-11:00 a. m. well above the average of other older
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Sermon-The Three Greatest Days DISTRICT NO. 1 f
Nail, and other'relatives here this boys attending the Camporee.
in History-Rev. J. W. Jelks. I
week. "There not a boy in the en- I
was
I Training Union-6:45 p. m. :: Courteous CooperativePaid 1.-
tire group that I would not be gladto
Captain R. C. Granere of the Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. take again. This year, we went I .!.
Sermon-Heaven, Olir Home Rev.
army transport command spent a and learned how, and next we are :i: Political Adv. .;..

few days here this week with Mrs. J. Prayer W. Jelks.Meeting, Wednesday, 8:00 going back to win." ':":..:..:..:..:":..:":":..:":":":..:":..:":":":..:":":":":":":":":":..:..:":":":":..:":":":":..:..:":":..:..:":":": :":."tr
S Granere and their son. The Scouts on the trip were Sam-

p. m. . . . . . . . . .
Young, Junior Assistant Scout- ...* *.* * * .. .. .
Last day of the revival services my ....N.*.N1. .NN. .'.NNNN. .#1NMNMNNINNNNNNMNNNN. . .. . . .N. .NNNNNNMN. . .NNNNN. .NN. ."
Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford is spend
master, Buddy Trice, Senior Patrpl,
. ing this week as the guest of Mrs will be held Sunday. There has Eddie Conkling, scribe, Wayne King,



m',' Delray Winthrop Mrs. Beach.F. Winslow P.. Maxwell, of ,Gulf of Stream Tampa,, are Come Sunday.been expecting great early You crowds to the each will greatest attending want service to to crowd be and be there.sure this we --- 1:1:!:; Ruth Ra.Beardsley I..



who has been ill for some time, has you get a seat. Rev. Jelks will :!: Candidate For

arrived to make an extended visit I preach his final sermon Sunday .'.
have been Stear4eellicAt .:.
night. His messages
with her daughter, Mrs. G. E. Et11er'ton.

.- simple and convincing. Many people Superintendent of Public Instruction,

have been blessed by them and we ''
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Mr. and Mrs. Henderson and invite each and every one to worship -

;', Mr. and Mrs. James Rowland ,and > with us and receive a blessing. I'i':;: A Florida resident since 1916. .

daughter, Evelyn, of Miami, spent Sunrise Easter Services will beheld II
Sunday here visiting Mr. and Mrs. at the Hurricane Gate on the A Hendry County resident and voter since 1927.

- levee at 7:00: a. m. Sunday. Rev. ':'

'; C. E. Bailey David C. Hancock will bring the x I:!: Qualified for school work by years of experience

'- CP!. H. H. Avant 'arrived from message. Good singing and good I* as pupil, teacher and principal. ;

'.' Fort Knox, Kentucky, this week to fellowship await all who attend.

with his REMEMBER the TIME, 7:00 a. m.
few parents.
spend a days I .
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Avant. Cpl. Bring your friends. ... I A School Person for A School Job. w
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.d'9ti Avant is being transferred to Fort Ruth Bible' Class will meet at the I .

McClenithan, Mississippi home of Mrs. E. E. Kelly Monday l;:=: (Paid Political Advertisement.) X'

evening for their regular class meeting . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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at 8 p. m. All ladies of the class
." Mr., and Mrs. John Hartman and "
are invited to attend.
son, Pfc. James' Hartman, spent a
W. M. S: Auxiliaries meet as follows -
i ;;. few days here recently visiting I. D. ,
: G. A: .at the church Wednesdayat
v Leydig an'd"'famlIy: MiV'and Mrs. : "'
3:30 The Sunbeams at the
p. m. I
Hartman were in Florida from their I 3 ': rs Fc : :
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church at :3:30 I
home in Glencoe, Pennsylvania, to Thursday p. in. II FOLKS
THANKS
W. H. S. business and program I. I
': visit their son, who is stationed at
meeting will be held at the church L4
MacDill Field, Tampa.
on Tuesday at 3:30 p. m. All ladies

are cordially invited to come.
-'S BENNY PREWITT JIVES EGG j.
'$ + ,
c, HUNT FOR SCHOOL MATES : y. l I am deeply grateful for

ChezenRegisterMiss
.' "" r the encouragement I am
Mrs. W. C.: Prewitt assisted her I

son, Benny, in entertaining the chil-_ Oveda V. Register and Woodrow 4; ( ''4j ''. receiving in my mSHERIFF
Lake Harbor school at
dren of
the W. Chezen, both of ,Clewiston, IS THE INCREASE IN i
p ,their home yesterday afternoon witha were married March 30th, by Rev.J. for

party and Easter egg hunt. E. Dillard, Jr., at his home in THE MANY THOU- -f, ,

1 In addition to the egg hunt, Belle Glade. Mrs. Chezen is the SANDS WHO VOLUNTARILY I ,

various games were enjoyed and refreshments daughter of Mrs. Hazel Gravvitt. I ,.

., of ice cream and cake PLEDGE SUP-
I
'' were served to the youngsters. Mrs -
. . . . . PORT TOFrank-
Walston teacher in school . .
E.H. the .
attended and she and Mrs. M. M. I II pLVI.4!

Prewitt assisted in entertaining the LUC $ of Hendry County. If I

guests. With sit w :
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yg' E f, lSJ+ 'r>:fi e am elected, I shall do my 4

NURSERY: CHILDREN ENJOY ', r.
URCH ; best to merit that
"i very
EASTER PAnTY BY CLUB Our

t Boysin '. I confidence. .

(,;;. Fifty-nine: children of. the Cradle For I
N-.5555 Roll, Nursery and Beginners De- t: Ir r
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,!:' partment of the Community Church theService i
i Sunday School enjoyed the Easter GOVE1Because OR hi I,
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i: { party given for them and their mothers :. I

.oK:;;'.-. ---- Church on the Wednesday lawn of the afternoon.Community r belief/ in the I itI t :i i:> I H. He (Mack) McCALLELECT


f ", Mrs. David C. Hancock, Mrs. M. MAN has inspired faith

T R. Stroud and Mrs. G. H. Brown ) ME YOUR SHERIFF

., were members:'of the committee in his PROGRAM. i

c, .....; preparing the party. Each child was ..:":..:..:":":":..:..:..:..:":..:..:":":":..:":..:..:..:":..:...:": Political Adv.! Paid 1st by I I (Paid Political Advertisement.* )
n, given a hand-made paper basket and Friends c! F: D. Upchurch i

: Home on leave for .,.. -.
.. a decorated egg bearing his name. the first time -" \
Refreshments of cookies and fruit in two years is Carroll Redish, who """

juice were served. has, just completed nine months pre- .

: .---- flight training at, the Naval Train- SYr

MOORE HAVEN HOME EC GIRLS ing School at the University of FOR YOUR J

ENJOY DINNER PJHTAT INN Georgia in Athens. He topped off r i

in Jacksonville to see his brother, r ti

Miss Frances Williamson, instructor Carlisle, who is also in the Navy. NEXT' GOVERNOR b
Carlisle and his wife will arrive y/
of Home Economics in the Moore
Sunday for a visit at home duringCarrol's
t Haven High School, brought a group "
17 day leave. After his
4 of twelve of the first and second ,
leave Carrol is to report to Memphis -
year students to Clewiston Wednesday .'
1 where he will be assigned to
evening for a dinner ?
party at '
another training school for Naval Consider the merits and records of all the >
the Inn and a tour
of-the Inn kitch-
5 pilots, a course which will consume candidates'and SUPPORT THE ONE YOU FIND ;
ens and equipment. '
another 0 months.: BEST QUALIFIED. &
; The dinner party had an Eastertheme
;s with appropriate decorations, Carrol has had more than a :year Florida needs for its next governor the

and place cards cleverly fashioned of active naval service as radiomanon best man in the race. With your vote you will:

with cork chickens. a destroyer, and part of the time "bo biring a man to handle the most responsible
was in action In the Pacific. He job in :Florida. Don't lose sight of- this fact. \ '
In the
Included group were Miss
received the first citation
from the
55 Williamson and Miss Bertha Gram,
Secretary of theNavy for his
gallant
who accompanied the girls to Clewiston wx1Millard
J'. efforts to save the life of a comrade .
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';. after a plane crash in the Pacific
'-'.. The girls attended the movies be- Caldwell has the ability, character, ,

a-. / fore returning to Moore Haven. area.Carrol temperament and experience to be an outstanding -
says it is wonderful to
Florida. :His record proves it! t 4J x
Governor of
be at home, but he is missing many

EPISCOPAL SERVICES familiar faces, and hopes the timeis .

Father S. D. Mason, Rector not too far distant when tho

1- Clewiston servicemen may all havea

Episcopal services will be conducted reunion, at home.
Easter morning in the Commuu- *

ity Church, at 8:30. Dan Beardsley has been enrolled
(i'elitlcal AllY I'.hl. fur by (1'1\1\11> ut lillllrli CIII1HIJ, )

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Wesson merit; but posterity will regard
p 4'by the merit rather than the man.
By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. -Colton.
Elsa Chatfield, Hollywood artist, Is disinherited though, that it was for blackmail. struck on Dwight's tackle, and was Of Released The Moody by Western Bible Institute Newspaper of Chicago.Union What thou Hilt
by her Aunt Kitty, who;! died Anyway, I gave him the hundred gone again. He reeled in and found Thou rather shall enforce it with
from an overdose of morphine. Hunt yesterday, and he asked, 'What's part of his bait bitten off and he thy smile,
Rogers and Barry Madison go to believe Mazat- that for?' and I said, 'Think it set to work to sew on another. Be- Lesson for April 9 Than hew it with thy sword.
lan, Mexico, to solve what they
to be Kitty Chatficld's murder. On arrival over.' I thought everything was all fore: he had finished Rogers called SHAKESPEARE.
they find that Elsa's party had preceded right, and that he'd be quiet, or out as' he had done in the bay at Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected Method .is the very hinge of
them by plane. During a fiesta at else raise the ante on me if he Mazatlan, "Thar she blows!" Council and of Religious copyrighted Education by International; used by business; and there is no method -
the ranch of Sam Chatfield (Elsa's father thought it was worth more than A great silvery, fish a quarter of a permission. without punctuality.Cecil.Youth .
) James Chesebro is murdered. Lombard that." mile or so nearer the shore line '
enthusiasm and ten-
o, chief of Mexican police, arrests CHRIST'S VICTORY OVER DEATH ,
"But blackmail- began Rogers. leaped clear of the water seemed to derness like the of
"- Barton.' Chatfield promises to use are days
Reed
"Yes, I know, Hunt. I'm the last walk on its tail and fell back with a spring. Instead of
his Inlluence to get Barton out. The complaining,
154153.GOLDEN
LESSON Corinthians
TEXT I :
for marlin, person in the world to submit to splash visible from our small : oh, heart of their brief
party goes on a fishing trip TEXT: Thanks be to God, which my ,
and on their return decide to visit Reed that, but-you don't know Margaret.I'd launch. giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus duration, try to enjoy them.'t'
Barton. He has already been freed. rather cut my own throat than "They're here, gentlemen," de- Christ.- Corinthians 15:57. Ruckert. "'
They decide to go swordfishlng next day have her suspect me of any wrong- clared Sam Chatfield with satisfac-
In the Pacific rollers. doing; I wouldn't deceive her for I tion. "It wouldn't be according to "If there be no resurrection of the

worlds. I never have. There was I best tradition, however, to catch our dead, then is Christ not risen: andif

CHAPTER XIII why he lied about it. I thougnt, fill the first half hour we're out. Christ be not risen, then is our IF THROAT
never anything between me and Kit- That isn't fishing. Although the last preaching vain, and your 'faith is

"Did hear that Reed Barton ty Chatfield, except a friendship.The time I was here we took three in a also vain" (I Cor. 15:13: 14)).
has been you released he asked. short afternoon. That'sHe In other words, the truth of the IS SORE

"Yes. He's now dancing with Elsa rhythmical beat of the ship's gripped his rod as his reel whined. ; resurrection is an indispensable ;,.
engines filled my waking consciousness. something had struck hard. foundation stone upon which the .' .
at the hotel here.
IF A COLD has t
For some minutes in the faint "That's it, Sam!" shouted Dwight. structure of Christian doctrine rests. given you
himor a miserable throat, :s.
sore
"It too to arrest -
was early matter I light of dawn I lay looking at the "That's a marlin." Beware. those who would spiritu- here's how to relieve the.J> ,IIW
anybody. else, for that humped figure of Huntoon Rogers in "Yes, I think. so, Dwight." alize or explain it away! suffering. Y I
he said.
the opposite bunk not realizing what He let the line run out, then his The facts are there-fully provedand DO THIS NOW-Melt'a small lumpof
A friendly hand struck me lightlyon body suddenly stiffened. He checkedhis dependable; there is no need VapoRub on your tongue and:
the shoulder and I turned aboutto reel and pulled hard to sink his for doubt or question.In feel the comforting medication
discover Dwight Nichols. Sam hook. A veritable submarine explosion our lesson we find: slowly trickle down your throat-
Chatfield was with him. followed at the end of his I. The Great Change (vv._ 41-50)). bathmg the irritated membranes
"Still sleuthing, you two?" Dwight line, and away the line went for a Since it is obvious that our present -bringing blessed relief where you

.. asked, and when Rogers repeated : long run, while Sam Chatfield set- bodies are not suitable for the spir: want it,,when you want it.
the observation he had just made tled down in his seat, the muscles itual world (v. 50)), and that there DO THIS TONIGHT Rub throat,
.. to me, Dwight laughed. "Why not and almost chest with VapoRub. Its long con-
about later (
% his mouth set hard, his eyes comes, sooner or tinued poultice-and-vapor action
have a' table? The night's young, I s r intent it too soon!),
upon the area of blue waterin always, seems, loosens phlegm, relieves irritation .
and the beer's good." which his marlin must be. an end to their existence, there 'eases cough-! ft fia/jE e?g* '' .. '(;
So we moved to a table and or- .4 77k' "Oh-oh. fellows,." shouted Reed must be a radical transforming jag, invites tt&l trfeto? ''
dered a round of beer. As the mozo Barton. "I've got something." change. This takes place in the restful sleep.' V VAPoRuo

set the order on the' table, a stocky "So have I," echoed Rogers. resurrection of the body.
... figure in a huge black sombrero They each had hooked a mackerelof To make such a blessed-and to

shoved in and sat down in the re- five or six pounds, and were pro- the human 'mind, almost inconceiv- What Cost
maining vacant seat. ceeding to reel them in when sud- able-truth clear, Paul uses the effective "Is it true that it cost $100 to

"Hello, fellows," rasped the husky denly Sam Chatfield's marlin cameto method of comparison and have' your family tree looked up?"
voice of George Rumble. "Mind if life The swivel chair under him contrast. Following his skillful use I "Well, not exactly. I,,paid $5 to
I set down with you white guys? groaned and creaked as he braced of the illustration of the sowing of : have it.looked up, and $95 to haveit

.: I get fed up with these Mexicans. himself to hold the giant fish in its grain, which dies that it may live hushed up." ,

.- "Every fellow to his own taste," desperate threshings below the sur- again (I Cor 15:35-39): ), he gives us
F remarked Sam Chatfield. "I lover face. Little by little he had reeledit a picture of the resurrection body.

\ Mexico." in close, but it was not yet ready That which we must put away in i a SOGTHES CHAFED SKIN

"I don't. I wish I was heading for the gaff. Suddenly the dorsalfin the silent earth at the end of life's ( -
: -. home tomorrow." 4 of a marlin appeared close by day is a natural body, weak and lack- E' ;JciV60ROLD

.: "What's keeping you?" I asked, the launch, drawn, as we were soon ing eternal glory (v. 43)). It has already WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY

:;', : Striving for a humorous jibe. t.r toerealize, by the rushes of the two shown the evidences of decay
and which we know shall
mackerel. corruption,
< There was a hurt expression in
:
'
'-t-' !'tumbl 's eyes as if I had struck "Look, fellows," Reed Barton be completely manifested in a short Buried Erect''
:; :' him an unexpected blow, and I apol- shouted. "He's after my fish!" time. Marvelous as it has been as So that they may face the day of \\1 I

ogized for the remark. 0 Indeed it was; the long sharp an earthly body, it cannot go withus resurrection on their feet, the dead J
'- "Oh I know it all sword was pointed in the directionof into eternity (vv. 47, 48)), for it of New Guinea are buried stand-
mean right
you ,
f is natural and not at home in the
t, Barry," he replied. "Maybe I have Reed's fish, now fighting at the ing up.
\ spiritual world. .
surface. With an incredible rush
hollered too much about this town.
!' I it's true what b111I the marlin was upon it, striking it Note, then, the great change that -
guess they say;
In the resurrection, the
takes
: with his sword.It place.
I.
{ when you leave the good old U.S.A. ALVEGETABL,41 .i!,
of the
-,.: was Rogers who first realizedthe body for the eternal activity
youcan't expect the same service.We're .
.
in-
believer stands out as glorious,
danger we were in he called a
tops in everything. But since ; Laxative
,, ask there's warning. "I don't like that thing corrupt and incorruptible, powerful, ,
\ you me, only one thing II
;: that's keeping me. That's Elsa." ._--- -.- too near, Dwight." He started vig- spiritually quickened, and heavenly. For Headache,
:! What more could be said? Sour Stomach
; 1 "Elsa?" echoed Sam Chatfield, His fists were clenched and his orously to reel in his own catch. Here we stand amazed and at the gtm 0 and Dizzy
The next moment I two wicked
saw
1 turning to Rumble questioningly. lips set tight.it little turquoise blue rising same time encouraged. by the reve- Spells when
t "Yes. You know, Chatfield, if I eyes lation of what God has in store for s : j caused by Con
was or why there was the soundof through the water, gleaming like Use
2 had a Chinaman's chance with her, us who believe on Christ. Death stipation.
the' engines. Finally I roused sparkling gems as they caught the only as directed.
I'd be
soon calling Poppa. is the be-
you does not end all-it only
o. of rays of the sun. And then some- 15 doses {
completely, got up and looked out on
An and
flickered of life
extraordinary expression ginning of real fullness
the thing happened.We only, 10 cents.a' .
porthole, and there before my
briefly in Sam Chatfield'sr01111d usefulness for the Christian.And .
in the mists were a long time piecing to- ..
eyes, fading morning ,
.
tanned face. because of-
Dwight laughed."I all that is
what occurred in the
was the sleeping town of Mazatlan."Oh gether exactly
"
it insisted Rumble. 51-57).
mean II. The Great Victory (vv
next few seconds of time. We went ,
"Elsa is the swellest little person yes," I muttered to myself, Death is an enemy, indeed man's ,
over and over it to make sure that
I've ever met, and I've been around returning to my bunk, "we're going in great enemy. There are those who i
we were correct the sequence of iI
quite bit." He turned fishing. fact to I iI
a abruptly events, and to the best of our belief have tried'to deny that ex- I
hand glared at Dwight. "What are And so we were. At last Dwight this is what occurred: Sam Chat- plain it away. They talk about deathas Roosevelt RockA I
you laughing at?" he demanded. "I Nichols was to indulge in the sport field's marlin put on the brakes onlya "the great adventure," etc., but curious rock formation resem-

,:" :never was a guy to hide what I that; had brought him so far from few feet, perhaps, below the sur- when one actually comes to face it, bling President Roosevelt's profile

'think and feel. If I love Elsa I'm home, and which had suffered inter- face and not far from the launch. the truth is realized. It is an enemy. stands near Kansas City, Mo.IRRITATIONS.
going to say so. But I know .I ruption and delay by what had hap- Sam, thereupon, sat back hard in But in Christ, death is a con-
haven't got a chance. If Elsa was pened on shore at Mazatlan. Not his chair, and the swivel mecha- quered enemy. The blessed mes-

my wife, though, I wouldn't be a until after breakfast, however, did nism beneath him gave way and he sage of Easter day is that "deathis l'nM OF
_ t.* ''cheater, like some fellows." He Mazatlan and all it stood for fall fell suddenly to the deck. The mar- swallowed up in victory" (v. 54). S nG m'a EXTERNAL CAUSE

: .. ,plunged a hand into the pocket off away from me like a cloak dropped lin must then have executed a turn Death could not hold our Lord (v. Acne pimples, eczema, factory derma-
'. his brown slacks and drew forth a from the shoulders, and I became a and headed back toward his enemyin 57)), and He was the "first fruits of titis, simple ringworm, tetter,salt rheum
..r....;. billfold, opened it, took out a hun- part of the Orizaba and a member ofa the launch. them that sleep" (v. 20)). This as- bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken- ,...
dred dollar bank note and dropped fishing party. Margaret lookedup This accident at the height of the sures us that because He lives, we out skin. Millions relieve itching, burn .

; .; ,it in front of Dwight. "I don't want from her plate as breakfast drewto excitement which gripped us, with too, who believe on Him, shall live. ing simple and home soreness treatment.of these Goes miseries to work with at
"
it, he said.' a close, and exclaimed, "Why,. two marlin being played, and Rog- So death has lost its sting, and once. Aids healing, works the antiseptio
-- Dwight Nichols half rose in his where's George Rumble?" and Reed Barton both reelingin the grave its victory (v. 56)). With way. Use Black and White Ointment only
ers as directed. lOc, 25c, 50c sizes. 25 years'
] ,chair; his face had drained of its For a moment: no one replied, smaller catches, which of a sud- Paul we cry out today from the I success. Money-back guarantee. Vitalin
.:- color underneath his tan. His fists and then Arturo, the flat-faced Fili- den were being pursued by a hungry depths of our beings, "Thanks be cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous -

.4 ... were clenched and his lips set tight. pino who served, spoke apologetical- marlin, was bewildering. Sam Chat- to God, who giveth us the victory Black and White Skin Soap daily.
'An angry light was in his eyes and field appeared to scramble to his through our Lord Jesus Christ" (v.

the next moment he would have ly."I'm so sorry, Mrs. Nichols. The feet; he had thought only fur his 57)). This is a day of joy., of singing,

launched himself upon Rumble, who gentleman in question do not come fish. But the breaking chair un- of victorious faith. AT FIRST \\ '" ,
continued to sit, a scornful look on aboard las' night, as you say for derneath him and his abrupt fall But the joy of Easter is not sim- .5IGMOFA -
his face, glaring at Dwight. him to do." dislodged the butt, of his rod from ply something to warm one's heart; 0 .

"Gentlemen!" warned Sam Chat- its leather socket, which struck hima It is-
Chatfield
..field sharply. "Don't forget your- Sam than at time was talkative in moreso hard blow in the pit of the stom- III. The Great Incentive (v. 58). 666
brief
any yet my
Himin
selves. acquaintance with him. ach, for he grunted sharply as if Living for Christ and serving 1 USE
Rumble pushed away from our his breath had been knocked partly this world is our greatest privi-
table, pulled his enormous black "You and Elsa are quite good 'from him. He had sufficient strength lege, but we are all so human that 665 TABLETS.SALVE. NOSE DROPS .1

sombrero down upon his forehead, friends, aren't you?" he observed to get to his feet and presence of we need encouragement. We needan .)

and walked through the crowdedbar sociably, as he'watched Dwight pay- mind to keep a firm grip on his incentive.The n
and out into the night. No one ing out the teaser, a cunningly rod with a single hand, but as he Bible speaks much of the rewards -
spoke until the door had closed be- carved and pivoted piece of wood rose to his feet he was off balance. of God to those who are

hind him. Then Sam Chatfield said, which began to leap and wriggleand The launch was pitching in the faithful, and gives many assurances "

."Extraordinary person." twist like a crazy fish in the small chop of the waves, and of a that we are not engaged in a vain
"Yes isn't he?" choppy water. task. At times it seems as thoughmen
Dwight agreed sudden, before we could lift a hand,
:. nervously. He picked up the bank "Look to starboard, gentlemen," he toppled into the water. only reject, and the work of
note folded it sang out Reed Barton, pointing in the Lord but if at all.
precisely and slipped "So startling was this, and so quickly moves slowly, '
it into his pocket.. His gaze swept the direction. "A" collection of fins, did it happen, that no one even so Let us not be discouraged or dis lAUGH,EAT,TALK,FREE< $
about to include all of us, He bit or I'm mistaken. much as cried out. At the same heartened. We follow and serve a OF EMBARRASSMENt : "

his lips' slightly, then said, "Well, "Where?" demanded Sam Chat- time Rogers had risen to his feet ina victorious Christ, One who has triumphed It's so easy to enjoy all-
Rumble has made it necessary for field eagerly, swinging about in his desperate effort to swing his small over death and hell. Whatwe day confidence when
me to explain something." swivel chair. fish from the water out of the reachof do for Him is never done in vain. your plates are held in place by this"comfortcushionj'adentist'sformula.

"Not if you don't feel like doing it, "About two hundred yards," the pursuing marlin. There was Note the helpful thought here. We ; .
Dwight," I counseled. He brushed Dwight estimated, motioning to the a final short rush of a huge torpedolike are to be "unmovable," and yet I. Dr. Wernet's vent sore gums.
my remark aside with an impatient man at the wheel to change our body rising from below, a "abounding." That seems paradoxical Powder solid lets you 'Economical;

gesture. course slightly to cross in front. of mighty splashing as Sam Chatfieldcame but it is not, ,for it is only the avoid enjoy embarrass-foods, lasts small longer.amount

"I'll be brief." His voice was our quarry. gasping to the surface of the life steadfast and unmovable at the ment of loose 3.Pureharmless,
:-, crisp. "I was the man who ran Suddenly the three dorsal fins cut- water, and the huge marlin he had center which can abound at the plates.Helps pre- pleasant tasting. gAf

;', from Kitty.Chatfield's house the eve- ting the water near by disappeared.We been playing was upon him. Beforeour circumference.That 'ldrugghfs-30' tf.Money back if Got delighted rl
.... ning she died-the panicky man- crossed and re-crossed what we horrified gaze the long rapier- center is the resurrected
and not Reed Barton. Rumble lied deemed to be the area where they like bony sword drove directly Christ, and when we are establishedin

R. the other night, damn him, when he might be found, but there was no through Sam Chatfield's chest from Him, we are ready to live the -

"said it was Reed. I knew that he"knew sign. We stood in closer to the larger front to back. abundant. ..! life! _.for.. _Him..
it was I, but I couldn't fathom of the rocky islets. Something (TO BE CONTINUED) -



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indicate which way the grain of carrying tractors. :;
made radio history; he has always
the goods should run.
had new ideas, and is a pioneer in
At the bottom of the sketch the pattern
: Top: View of part of the: washing, drying and sorting installa-' radio technique. He has won prac-This I pieces are shown pinned to the material.If >YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROMOTRAES :
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; p Marie MacDonald's going throughthe diagrams for' other types of slip covers functional "middle-age" period
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PAGE TEN THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY. APRIL 7. 10iI I
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---- -- r 1 damaged. I tions involved in the potential contributions -'I offer for sale and will receive competitive 320 acres. t
With Our Boys bids in
Tallahassee Florida, at
A reclamation and development I to the welfare of the State 1 12:00 o'clock'NOON., April nth, 1944, THIS NOTICE is published in com-
project, such as that essential for and its people. It must be remembered I for lands in HENDKY COUNTY, Florida pliance with Sections 270,08 and 270.09
"(Continued from Page 7) the well-being of the entire Southern under : described as follows Florida Statute 1941.
that the general plan S% of Section 16, Township 45 The Trustees and the Board"of Edu
still in England. He is getting along Peninsula and which of neces- which the development of the area South. Range 32 East, containing cation reserve the right to reject any
line: and has had the good fortuneof sity encompasses the entire ]lower proceeds will very largely determinethe 320 E%acres of ;Section 15, Township 46 and yalFl' *R of the Trustees of the ..<
finding an old school-mate and peninsula, without sound continuing I character, effectiveness and na-. south, Range 32 East, containing Internal Improvement Fund and the
base. policies and 320 acres. (subject to Grazing State Board of Education of the Stateof
at the same economic involvedin
friend ,I ture of the various elements Lease which exPires December 16, Florida. \
practices is seldom successful and administration, engineering and 1946). SPESSARD L.. HOLLAND Governor.
Also at home on leave this weeks is never free of great waste. For financing aspects of the facilities Ebb of Section 10, Towris-iSp 47 ATTEST:
South,
Range 34 East, containing
Hooky A\ant, who is at last leaving -. these, and other reasons, it is most necessary for realization of the ulti- 320 acres; Colin F. C. English Elliot, Secretary Secretary,Trustees State Boardof
Fort Knox, Kentucky. He has earnestly recommended that an over- mate good which may be expected E'4 of Section 27, Township 47 Education.
South Range 34 East, containing No. 1 53-March 10. 17, 24, 31, Apr. 7.
only a few days before he reports all study, analysis and report be from the high quality of manage-
to a new location, Fort McClenithan; obtained from an outstanding engin- ment and statesmanship to which the.
:-mis5i: ;lppi., eering organization without affilia- project is entitled.
tions or interests within the 'generalarea. A Man On Tarawa
Cob Coker, Lt. (j.g.) who is stationed The objective of such recommended -I' Tallahassee, Florida
at Opa Locka, has been con- study should be solely thatof :March 2, 1914
fined to the U. S. Naval Hospital in" the practical problems of reclamation NOTICENOTICE Looks to You

Jacksonville. His address there is ,- conservation, development "
is hereby given that the
Ward C-5, Room 35. He has writ and control in the light of presently TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT '
To In'J
HIS future by
that he to be and'with due :: FUND of the State of protect
ten friends here hopes existing knowledge "
) I Florida" and the STATE BOARD OF 'Jy ra. wl: suring capable, honest govern.-
released in three or four 'weeks and regard to the economic considera-, EDUCATION of the State of Florida "' g ment at home. Sen. Ernest R.

to have a short furlough to visit in -.....................--,------ p, An'y ry Graham, war veteran, farmer,
"Clewiston. ________= _____ I business man, has PROVEN he
I
I II 4" ; knows the plan for prosperity
Jvey Ray, who' has served for sometime Look to TheFuture xr '' .g for ALL post war Florida.

overseas is now stationed' in

Itay'and: has been promoted. .to.'Staff i ELECT ERNEST R. -
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Sergeant. -
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Ed Clark writes from Eakehurst; ,
N.';J., to send in his' 'enewal'su I ...
scription to the News, and says "Th*
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2 few York- Giants are training here, .
r but so far I haven't had the chanceto After The War
see them practice. Give my regards a>'Sj b a c I II
to all the boys." Well, a baseball -
enthusiast like Ed must be II I You Will Want To HEAR HIM IN PERSON ONEverglades -

pretty: busy to fail the New York I I

Giants. I Build A HomeIt
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Walker Nail and his wife are wait
ing relatives in Clewiston, and it's J I I Drainage
Will To
You "
Pay (3
Walker's first time here since entering -
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service.. He is stationed in
Mississippi and Ruth is with her Buy Your Lots
I )
in Pensacola, which Isn't" AT CLEWISTON 'I
parents Clewiston. """' << .....www ........-..nI -.--.----- I
:nearly as far away as. I
RE-ELECT
9 w I I NOWCLEWISTON

The newest APO address we have; W. B. (Babe) Douglass 8:00'P. M.
received is that of R. D. Horne, who

is safely overseas, destination un- ; AS RAILROAD COMMISSIONER: I

:known. .< II Continue to profit from the services I .April 7Paid
of a public servant of proven abil- I .
This week the News received an ity, experience, integrity and a de-
interesting newspaper from R. R.l sire to be of service to the public REALTY Political Adv.
- :Hooks, a Sea-Bee in the Southwest i and his fellow citizens. His decis- '
:Pacific. Dick recently had a restSBignment ions have been based upon evidence and DEVELOPMENT "4.
in New Zealand, and the and he will continue to follow that I --- .

paper is the February 2nd issue of policy. CORPORATION 0------.x. .,.
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The Weekly News, Aukland, New (Political advertisement paid for by X \
'Zealand. Of special interest is the l
I friends of Mr. Douglass.) \
:article Prison Camp Life, illustrated I .t Let Us I +
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with pictures from Stalag lA. The ,.
'English expressions through the .paper -I '

--' Craft"are is interesting.the title of an"Cotton article Reel de-I Lex Gree n J t ; Supply You With_ i .'

. scribing toys which can be made at i .i....

home from cotton reels (spools to I ..... -. .'" xs .J,
:us). A wedding description referred FOUGOVERNOR :: -' ,': ., ;..' .;: :

t o the "ceremony, which was fully .s. ..
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Choral" Do they slug their vows? I + '' ,. Y

The bowling pictures are of lawn' .., ,' ..
'bowling. In the cookery corner a .,' .. .. :*: _: WINDOW CARDS : i
reader says she "sealed some of her 1 :,f y -
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preserved fruit with fat, but unfortunately 5. '; FARMER BLACKSMITH : I
it was not properly clari-; TEACHER LEGISLATOR :s: RULED FORMSLETTERHEADS -

fled, and now when the fruit is'I! t JUDGE -CONGRESSMANHo II
-- eaten it tastes of the rancid fat/--,' I S
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Continued from Page 4) ;: of Florida's war and post _!: ENVELOPES ..---': .- ;:; -
war problems. :i: ":.. : '- +: !
amelioration of climatic conditions, -
more particularly the elimination of, '* *. + .:- BILLHEADSHANDBILLS ..:r.-' .} .
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damaging' FOR UNITY IN FLORID '. : V ..'
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temperature; restoration of natural' :: > ...' '.:; ,-: '. ::
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conditions in the undeveloped areas! < s
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for conservation of the soil and encouragement GOVERNMENT OF, ::i:: .' : TICKETS I : <: :' ::::: d
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of native wild-life are .1. I
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and are closely bound up in the I
hydrostatic( characteristics of the HE WILL KEEP FAITH WITH YOUPaid y ,I
entire lower peninsula. It would bea At
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: great calamity if, an endeavorto .
promote some one of the objec- .... S : .I
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.no of war one.to know that idle money helps, :;: & TELEGRAPH COMPANY :i: :;_ THE HENDRY COUNTY NEWS ;_:; .

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