The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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C. (Shorty) Musgrave who has
With next week's issue Carr Settle will be- the 4,;
operated principal barber shop
CERTAIN GROUPSThe come publisher of this newspaper, having joinedF. I in Clewiston for several years on .

Deane 'Duff of Clewiston and Carl Hanton, edi- i Bond Street announces this week

tor of the Fort Myers News-Press, in purchasingthe : the sale of the business to V. L. _

,new selective service policy Keathley Bowden weeklies at Clewiston Swafford who is taking charge at M. H. Sharpe, vocational agricul- 5

'. of postponing the, induction of men Moore Haven and LaBelle. Mr. Settle formerlywas lure teacher in the Clewiston and

: over 26 under certain conditions editor of the Glades County Democrat and once.Mr.. Swafford has been working- In Moore Haven schools, was the

' ;': during: the month of April gave has been active in affairs of the Lake section for the local shop for the past few speaker at the regular meeting of
the Kiwanis
,;' several Hendry county men an unexpected weeks. He is from Wauchula but Club at the Inn Wed-

J stay at home. many years. for the past several years has oper- nesday evening, describing in detail ;

, Scheduled to' leave on the 12, but Mr. Bowden has retired from the burdens of ated a shop in Lakeland.Mr. the operation and accomplishmentsof
now postponed until further noticeare the home canning unit located in
newspaper management because of ill health and Musgrave gave as his reason South .

Ed Heath, Manual Galigher, Mrs. Beryl Bowden, who has been operating the for selling the business po.r health Mr. Sharpe Clewiston.
Alonzo L. Howard, Malley Palmer which has forced him to close the first reviewed the
plans to enjoy a much needed rest.
. 1 and Lester Earl Thompson. papers, shop for short periods recently. He original set-up, telling the members
how it
The Hendry county selective ser- will continue to work as much as was accomplished and the
' ,_' vice board sums up its policy under possible in the shop. type of equipment which had been
I purchased and donated. He also
the new directive as follows: "
All men over 26 who were sched- PLANT j Waterproof Cartons have reports on the cost of opera-

,: tiled physical to examination go up for, are pre-inductiou postponed 'I! Received Here For SUGAR CROP END IN'used tion of by the the unit people and the connected methods in

during the month of April. NOW DECIDES WAR operating the unit which is under
I Red Cross BandagesI
All men over 26 who are engagedin SIGHT BUT LABOR the immediate direction of Mrs. L.
L. Lowe and the supervision of Mr.
essential industry are postponed I
Sharpe.A .
from induction until further notice.! PRODUCTION BOARDWhile I The packaging' of Red Cross surgical -

*Volunteers, who wish to enter f! dressings made by local volunteers PROBLEMS CONTINUE kerosene stove was first used

service although they are over 26, I is being changed to' include in the operation the sneaker stated.-----r.

.(. ,f may be sent. All delinquents must the several contracting I extra waterproof protection to the No exact date-for the completionof but was found to be unsatisfactoryand
firms are going ahead rapidly with bandages, under directions from priorities were obtained for the
be sent. I I the 1943-44 sugar harvest has as
\ work on, the new starch plant of the headquarters. This includes purchase of a gas stove and for
A group of colored men will leave I I a yet been announced by the United larger -
United States Sugar corporation, : pressure cookers, the
special carton with
an extra corrugated 96-quart
Hendry: county April 21st fqr induc- 'I States Sugar corporation but Jay W
newspaper dispatches from Hash- lining, and a large bag madeof cooker now in use permitting much .
tion into the Army.: These men, all Moran. general manager, stated this
newspaper dispatches from Wash-!I faster work.: More than
of ,whom are under 26, are Edward i" special water-proof paper in'which week that plans are to continue the 22,000 cans
Joiner, William Lewis, Edward Production board will not approvethe the dressings are to be placed grinding' cane through the month of food were put up last year with
construction of a new alcohol more than 100
before being placed in the carton. people participating
of April.
Johnnie Bailum Le-
James Ealey, ,
'plant, which is also a part of a vast in the program.
roy Elliot Williams.Senator Due to the lack of adequate dock The problem of labor, which has
expansion planned by the
program facilities at many of the foreign been most acute during the present The only cost to those people us-

corporation.The I ports, sometimes large 'portions of harvest, is becoming increasingly so ing the canning facilities is that of

Pepper alcohol plant was suggestedby J['the light-weight supplies including as the end of the harvest approaches. cans which are obtained at cost.

To Speak Here Clarence R. Bitting, president of i|I surgical dressings, are thrown over- The annual migration of colored Most of the canning has been of

the corporation, as part of ,its vast I'! board from the ship arid floated' in labor to agricultural areas, fur- fruits and vegetables but some meat

. p ,Saturday At 11:30 plan to make fullest use of Everglades |-. ,to shore. .Atter that they have to be ther north has already'' begun and has been processed* very satisfactorily. -

,. potentialities. The alcohol stored temporarily: in the open, or promises to be so great that cultivation During the past' two weeks :Mr.
to: be produced would have been moved from points during heavy work during the summer Sharpe stated, more than 2,000'cans
Senator Claude will bring I
made from inedible sweet potatoes. rain or snow. The new type pack- months will present even greater of vegetables have been canned
his campaign for re-election to
Everglades Street potatoes will furnish the aging will protect them from weather problems than have been faced in which was largely donated by farm-
Senate to the, area tomorrow -
raw material for the new starch ers from fields in
t and insure their eventual arrival the harvesting.: the area.

(Saturday) speaking Seminole here plant, also. The board, in failing : at a field hospital in the same "All of the labor now employed Following the talk on canning
at 11:30 a. m., near the
to: approve the, alcohol ,plant for (condition when is needed in Mr. Moran Mr. Sharpe
..t Sundry Shop. Talks will be made than I as they were packed harvesting, explained the set-up at,
construction at this time, said ]here. stated, "and other labor is much the school' wood-working ,and ag
in Moore at
by the Senator
one p. m., and in ,LaBelle at three- labor and material shortages' do not Mrs: W. H. Lanier, chairman and needed for cultivation. It is prob- shop, the type of 'equipment, mater-
Justify its ,construction. able that the labor situation ials, etc., at
.,,.- Mrs: C. M. PirklJr/.iCO-chairman Of for hand and the various
/ thirty m. __
I. D.
X :'.,;,'..' J.: ) i, ,- ', cultivation will be much provided ,
: Sena o Iper rt tt1i most( -- the -surgical",f'ing'vork; in Clew- more acute ;courses 'and- work being
A\\ dynamic and' forceful one speakers o in Mrs. Holstine Resigns '" i istonhave received instructions 'in than at the, present time." done through the various programs.

I the riew'packaging 'in The migration of domestic and The club expressed themselves
methods and
the U. S. Senate today and it will be
As 4th Grade Teacher I
citi- ,the future all bandages made in farm' labor" from the 'glades follow- much interested in the program andJ.
'well worth the while, of every
zen of the county to be on hand tomorrow -' Clewiston will be sent in the new ing the winter season last year was E. Beardsley was appointed ,as a

to hear him explain the Mrs., Livonia Holstine, fourth cartons. r almost a hundred per cent and Mr. committee of one to try and locate

issues of the campaign and to defend grade teacher in the Clewiston school :Moran, pointed out that indicationsnow surplus vegetables in the area which
Florida's and a faculty; member here for the are that farms of this area will! could be used! at the canning plant.
his record as Junior
Senator. past several years, has resigned her BRITISH OFFICER IS be almost_ denuded of'labor- within. ----
position effective today, and will the next few weeks.

leave shortly for California to joiner With ERNEST
completion of the sugar cane R. GRAHAM
husband who is employed by a HERE FOR WINGS harvest all Jamaican negroes who
,> sugar company there. have been working in,the plantationsthis

' At *last reports no teacher had season under the labor distri- ADDRESSES VOTERS

t WINS FIVE GAMES yet been secured to fill the positionfor PARADE TOMORROWAir bution plan of the Wan Foods Ad-

the remainder, of the term ministration will be transferred to HERE SATURDAYState
--- areas further north for other farm
Commodore P. Warburton, O.
OF PLAYED labor.
B. E., RAF delegation, Washington,
CANDIDATES ,LIST D. C., will review the 'wings paradeat Senator Ernest R. Graham,

p F The ber( diamond ball team of British Flying Training SchoolNo. ELECTION PRECINCT Miami candidate for governor spokein
: 5- Riddle Field Saturday morn- Clewiston last Friday night
Clewiston High School has won five OF EXPENSES
; out of their first six games. They ing. and gave his hearers a summary of

lSt boast victories over Riddle Field In- Graduating will be British and OFFICIALS NAMEDBY his constructive platform for the

( structors. 7-2 and 8-5, American Ca- TOTALS $3,877.14Hendry American cadets of Course 17, who development, of the state's resources. 'r\

dets 23-11, Moore Haven High'School have completed primary, basic and COMMISSIONERSThe He said that the development of 'l
12-11. Prisoner Detachment 11-10. advanced training at the local field I the vast agricultural possibilities of 'i

; The Prison Guards administered the county candidates listed and who will receive their RAF and I Florida should come first in any -

\;; y" Tigers' lone defeat, 7-3 campaign expenses amounting to U. S. Army Air Fore wings at the board of county commissioners post-war program for upon an agricultural

\ Consistently good performanceshave $3,877,11 in the first filing which ceremony. Tuesday named the following background, the rest of the

been given ,by Melvin Torbert, was made April 3-8, inclusive at the Outstanding cadet of the course is group of election officers to serve development must depend. Senator

:,. Frank Harben and Eric Thomas. clerk's office in the courthouse. C. L. Tayler, of London, who has at the polls at the May 2 primary Graham 'is himself a farmer, cattle-

The boys playing on the team are: Individually, the filing was as served as Cadet Wing commanderfor election: man and business man.

... Junior Martinez, Eric Thomas, follows: the past two courses. Precinct No. 1, Clewiston-Mrs. The speaker commended the plan

Marty Waldron, Rus Owens, Buddy Elbert L. Stewart, unopposed for Course 18, which will graduate Louise Hare, clerk; Mrs. R. J. Lee, of the United States Sugar corpora-

Poole, Melvin Torbert, Jack Martinez representative, listed only his qual- I later in the year, is also composedof Arch Simmons: Judson Francis, inspectors tion to give jobs to returning serv-

Frank Harben, Bruce Beards- ifying fee of $18.00. I both British and American cadets -I ; L. W. Wethington. special icemen and women in the new starch

'1h j I ley, Curtiss Pullen, Gilbert McLeod, R.' M. (Bob) Harris, for county but Course 19, which arrived i deputy, and polling place City Hall plant now under construction. "Our

;- ,; Dean Holland, Frank Conkling, judge, gave '$111.80 as his qualify- several weeks ago to begin training I building. boys out ,there fighting deserve the :\

; David Thomas, Horace Brown, Bill ing fee. gas $5 and advertising: contains only British cadets. Precinct No. 2, East LaBelle' -Mrs. best," he said, "and when they return '

Bear, Keith Kiracofe, Gene Bled- $36.75, to make a total of $153.55; Friends of the cadets and person- Alice E. Hall, clerk; Mrs. Neva they should find real constructive -
soe, Charles Miner and Danny Mar- nel are invited to' attend the Wings
Robert Ketring, who seeks the same Yeomans, Mrs. Frank A. Dougherty, worth-while jobs waiting for
tin, manager. parade and field will be de- "
office, listed the same qualifyingfee open Mrs. Nell Bush, inspectors, and M. R. them.
The girls' diamond ball is clared visitors'may enter.
plus $25 for advertising total so
Browning, special deputy. Polling Referring to the possibilities of
now being organized and games are 13681. ........
I is the store building
place Luckey manufacturing in the state, he said
being planned with LaBelle
Bill Maddox, for sheriff Precinct No.3, West LaBelle "Florida is
gave /with a sugar state a
Haven, South Bay and Pahokee. Dennis Small no opposition
117.26 as his qualifying fee and I Theodore Yeomans, clerk; Mrs. Minnie -
Coach Bernard Myers of Clewiston for county tax assessor gave qualify- I sugar refinery. It is a cattle state
advertising to make $181.01: ; II. H. $14'3.84'and Collins, Mrs. R. J. Moon, Mrs. without a tannery, a lumber state i
school has ing fee advertising
organized as
a boys girls
(Mack) McCall, candidate for the Vinnie Burke inspectors, .md Hen-
a furniture factory. Thereis
total ,of 16984.
4" Varsity Club at the local school. The ,$26 to make a
,same office, listed the dry Smith, deputy. Polling
same qualifying special
purpose of each club is to stimulate Mrs. Ruth Beardsley, for county $500,000,000 worth of conservation -
fee,. plus printing, advertising place is the old bank building.
athletics among the club members superintendent, listed $150 for work to be done. All of thesedevelopments
l $105.Gl gas and oil $38.38, total, Precinct No.4. Denaud-J. M.
advertising will hundreds of
and the student qualifying fee, $10.80 mean
body at large, i $291.26; G. H. Small, in the same Walker, clerk; Mrs. Dora Daniels, "
promote school spiritand to make a total of $160.80; Mrs. Florida jobs for returning veterans.
to engagein race, beside his Mrs. Joe Crews Inspectors -
gave fee. Mamie Hires ,
advertising ,
3 -- added to the fee advertising Senator introduced
various school and I Homer Taylor Graham said he -
3t community 43.25, total, $190.51, while II. and oil and Earl R. Murray, spec-
projects. $36.75 gas and and passed the additional, five ,
3'i M. Pollard, fourth candidate for ial deputy Polling place is the Du-
'.; The boys club has made tentative sheriff to make $193.25. while Dr. C. E. percent tax on horse racing to increase -
went a higher val
giving garage.
'' I Weaver, seeking reelection, listed old if the
plans for a football camp next fall age assistance, and
r ; printing $39.50 and gas and oil $12, Precinct No.5, Felda-C. 0. Willis '
.z they have decided to give an annual total, $198.76. only the $150 fee. clerk; M. H. Perry, Jesse Thomas dog tax bill he introduced had passed -

'$ Varsity Club award, a trophy to be For clerk of the circuit court. William H. A. Rider, unopposed for county Mrs. Addine Lancaster, inspectors the allotments would be $7 a

given to the outstanding athlete of T. Hull, filing fee $188.15 and attorney, gave only $75, qualifying and Gilbert Taylor, special month larger.

,, 1. : the year; and they are sponsoring advertising $30, added up $ ; fee. deputy. Polling place is the Boy As' a great tourist center, he said

junior football teams and a school G. B, Rackstraw-- seeking the same I John L. Hall, county supervisor'of Scout building. :Florida must have a high educational -

field night. office, listed, beside qualifying fee, registration, listed only his fee of Precinct No. C, Clewiston, Hook- standard and that requires well-
The girls' club is making plans $45.04 advertising, total, $233.19 $27.50. He stands unopposed for, er's Point-Bill Hooker, clerk; Bessie paid teachers. He said he. had passed -

for a Varsity Club dance to be held R. N. Miller, unopposed for coun- reelection. :McLeod, Elsie Risener, Mrs. L. L. every law asked by Dade county

May 13 and are planning 'ways to ty tax collector, listed filing fee County Commissioner DistrIct Lowe, inspectors and Paul Emrich, :school Interests, "with the result

raise money to buy football uni- $107.78 and advertising, etc.. $85.- No. 1-G. E. Etherton,( filing fee special deputy. Polling place is the that schools in my: own county are

r;: (Continued on Page S) 85, to make a total of $194.63. (Continued on Page 3) Burnes Grocery store. (Continued on Page 8)


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"lnJ year's nest, from which the bird
Toss CLIFFORD KNIGHT SERVICE has flown.-H. W. Beecher. t ?

11lper-The horse and I 1 was wanted riding to wantedto the Elsa Chatfield, Hollywood artisl, is disinherited we could in decency depart to a said it contained heart interest. But I would desire for a friend the
go one way go by her Aunt Kitty, who died more cheerful atmosphere. Rogers those damnable cut lines underneaththe sen who never resisted the tearsof

other.Joan-Who icon? from an overdose of morphine. Hunt offered his cigarettes and lightedone picture: "Elsa Chatfield, whose his mother.
Madison, sleuths,
and Barry go
it. Rogers himself. caricatures have Not enjoyment, and not ,
Jasper-lie tossed me for to Mazatlan, Mexico, to solve what,they )recently won wide sorrow
believe to be Kitty ChaUield's murder.On "It's all very puzzling, Barry," acclaim, and her small daughter Is our destined end or way;
Now that Uncle Sam asks us to arriving they find that Elsa's party said Rogers with a sigh. "I don't Mary Frances." But to act, that each tomorrow

save our fats, the fat girl has an had preceded them by plane. During a make much of it. To get back, I "That was a lousy thing for Rum- Find ui farther than today.

excuse for not reducing.The fiesta at the ranch of Sam Chatfield though," he continued, "to the case ble to do," I said. Our deeds determine us, as
(Elsa's father) James Chesebro Is mur of Kitty Chatfield; everybody has "His I much as we determine oar
Dunce dered. Lombardo, Mexican police chief, been frank to confess a motive of explanation was plausibleand -" deeds.-George Eliot. J
Reed Barton: but he Is later re innocent of any intent to harm.
Jasper-I got 100 in arithmetic sorts, ranging from Elsa's bitter The man who lives simplyand
While fishing for marlin, Sam
leased. "Lousy just the same, for the effect -
hatred of her down to Rumble's justly
aunt and
,today. Chatfield has a strike. As he Is about to that honorably,
Joan-That's wonderful. land the fish, his swivel chair gives way unpaid bill. Again, in the death of home. I it must have had back whether rich or poor, is a good
Jasper-No, it isn't. The right' and he topples out. The marlin's rapier- Chesebro, Rumble has a well-defined it wonder if Elsa dares face citizen.-Theodore Roosevelt.
answer was 69! like sword drives through him and he motive; Reed Barton and Dwight now. It will revive among her
sank below the waves.CHAPTER. Nichols have motives equally good; friends and acquaintances the old

and Elsa, the other day, while still story that once re-echoed up and
IRRITATIONS OF down South Orange Grove Avenuein With
SI'A'IN EXTERNAL CAUSE XIVI very angry, threatened to kill him. Pasadena." Writing Mastered,
Whatever it was that roused her to
Acne pimples, eczema factory derma- "I Jake Might Study ReadingOld
such she has not divulged to Dwight's telling us
,salt rheum black wicked point
titis,simple ringworm, totter saw the of it."
bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken. through the white shirt on me. Do you know what it was?
out skin. Millions relieve itching, burn- i emerge in "No." Rogers put the clipping down and Uncle Jake had been very
his back and then instantly one
ing and soreness of these miseries with I water "You seem to have Elsa's confi- inhaled deeply of his cigarette. He much occupied all by himself over 1
work at of
foaming ,
simple home treatment. Goes to mighty threshing
once. Aids healing, works the antiseptio Sam Chatfield, impaled upon the dence to a greater degree than the blew the smoke, from his lungs in a in a corner near the fireplace. .
way. Use Black and White Ointment onlyas cruel swordfish and all rest of us, Barry." thin cloud before he spoke again. Armed with a stub of a pencil anda
directed.Money-back lOc 25c, 60c guarantee.sizes. 25 years'Vital sank belowinto weapon the depths of the sea. "I'm proud of that fact, Hunt, but "Unquestionably, Barry, it's piece of paper, he was indus-.

in success.cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous We stared horrified from the rock- she's not told me what was be- Chesebro's child," he said. "Youcan't triously scribbling in short, jerky
Black and White Skin Soap daily.: ing launch at the spot where they tween her and Chesebro that day." mistake it 'if you have even motions. This went on for some
half an eye for such things." time when suddenly he looked ,
sank. For some moments huge billowing Rogers yawned and looked at his up
DON'T LET masses of bubbles streaked watch. "I wonder," he said, "if We sat silently turning over in beaming happily.

with blood came boiling up to the we'll have time to look up Rumble our thoughts once more the impli- "Doggone it, Maw," he exclaimed -
CONSTIPATIONSLOW cations in this most of the excitedly "if I ain't
surface. Finally even these ceased, .. . amazing ,
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YOU UP and the dancing, sparkling waters ofa many strange events that had occurred learned to write. Really write!

, When bowels are sluggish and you blue sea held no sign of what had to us. As we sat there in Maw got up, ambled over and
: feel irritable, headachy, do as millions happened. the study there came the sound of a critically looked at the scrawled.
!do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem Rogers accompanied Dwight and motor, car on the gravel outside. It lines across the paper.
chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed, Reed Barton that afternoon when stopped and the motor was shut off. "What do it say, Paw?" she
taking only in accordance with package they went solemnly into the loungeto There followed the sound of voices, asked, shaking her head.

directions-sleep without being dis break the news. The rest of us and footsteps upon the graveled ap "Well I don't know ,
yet, replied
turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
proach. brief command in Span
'" '-' relief, helping you feel swell again. Try were purposely occupied with get- ish Uncle Jake, puzzled, "I ain't
was given at which sat
the launch stowed"' deck and Rogers "
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy ting on learned to read.
and economical.A generous family supply preparing to weigh anchor, for we up quickly. I translated the wordsin
the voice of the jefe del policia:
costs only were, of course, returning immedi-
FEEN-A-MINT ately to Mazatlan. Dwight came "Bring the prisoner!1"

out at last followed by Rogers and Pedro, the pulque seller stood in &ITNS

Reed Barton. The latter two joinedme the living room between Lombardoand TANNED
f' a at the rail, while Dwight walked l p the latter's satellite, Alvarez.He SKK

slowly forward to the bridge. made a sorrylooking'figure, in w ? Llghtenatanneddark.hlotehy
: SNAPPY FACTS skin, externally caused, this
"Barry," Rogers said speculatively contrast to the neatly dressed Dr. easy qalrk-artinsr way. Use
t'- Dr. FRED Palmer's SkinWhitanar
ABOUT [ "could this afternoon's tragedy Miguel Cruz, who was in the party, 7 days ta directed.. l
have been entirely an accident, do 1\ s and the uniformed police. His white Ifnotaatiefied.M.n.yeack.Sic at droccutft Fr..Sam-
l RUBBERSeriousness cotton trousers were wrinkled and / pl .Send3cp09t (re.Galenol.
you think? ,"s/ Dept T.Box 2b4.Atlanta.Ga.OR. .
4 "You're if stained with dust; his white shirt y FRED PALMER'S
0 wondering someone
could have tampered with the chair was so torn that much of his brown

(;.;-,, with the expectation of causing an back was visible. His sharp fox- \,

f; ; accident." I p,,, /, like face was haggard. His small Tall Ones 'I I
j. i dark dull with weariness.He .
of the truck tire "Exactly." eyes were There are between 8,000 and
:r. shortage will be appreciated "Well-perhaps." was bareheaded and barefooted. 12,000 men in America six feet #

when it is known that 34 of Without waiting for my reply Rog- I had hot noticed before now that five inches or taller, Census folk
the country's largest cities receive the man's left arm was bandagedjust estimate.
. ers walked aft to the launch which
'i;' ail their milk by motor was stowed in its cradle. We paused below the elbow. The rag was
trucks. iLL dirty and there was an old stain of,
: beside it in the dusk. [
blood upon it. Pedro, I noted, kept Ai '
"Have a flashlight; Barry?
!f' you
Underi Ration Is a voracious waster that arm quietly and with a mini- RHEUMATIC
r of tire rubber.A check on Michigan "I'll get one.
-' mum of movement at his side. Head not Spoil oar Day-Git after It NoDon't .
"I re-assemble the mechanism
, war workers' cars recently showed can -
f off C-2223 to
put getting re-
ti that more than 15 per rant were \," Rogers remarked after some "Pedro has reflected upon his lieve pain of muscular rheumatismand
:. under-inflated. tinkering, "if you'll hold the light \ \' conduct of that night he ran away; other rheumatic pains. Caution:
4. \
'. for me, Barry." \ \\Z he regrets that he did so, eh, Pe. Use only as directed. First bottle
:. Rubber and processing represent I dro?" purchase price back if not satisfied.
He it to me and I directedthe
f about 40 per cent of the gave \ ,. 60c and $LOO. Today, buy C-2223.
while he fitted "Yes sir.
rays togetherthe ,
t .
! cost of manufacturing a pop- .6b ..
ular size automobile tire. several parts. He soon had it "And he is eager noto cooperate -
complete, except for a nut.I with us."
The first rubber-tired motor bus was am not much of a mechanic, gone to sleep," was the "Yes, sir." ( For ONLY 1O/Now

operated in BrooklynN.Y.,in 1900.Itwas but Rogers had demonstrated that calm answer. "You wish to go ahead with the I Less than
used sightseeing purposes.B.FGdi'jh. he was quite good at it, and soon we enactment?"
when back down town tonight -
had the chair back in what seemed we go
? "Of course, Senor Rogers.
normal working order.
"I should think so. He'll be around "May I suggest that we are not
"The swivel to work all
seems somewhere, of course." all here? Senores Nichols, Barton, OJBusy
Sit down in it
right. Barry, and "
i and Rumble are not present.
and went out into
Rogers got
let me watch the mechanism." I up w ,firy11
sat down as he requested. "Now the living room. He was growing "They are following us, senor. I

rock back and forth in it, and swing restless and I suspected that he was talked with Senor Nichols before I dose

round and round in it." hoping to catch a glimpse of Mar- started with the prisoner." Use only a directed.e .
I followed his instructions, whilehe garet or Elsa and, if possible, hastenour "Senor Chatfield-of course-"

lay flat on his stomach and with departure. He came back pres- "It is very sad the death of Senor I

the aid of the flashlight peered un ently without having seen anyone.As Chatfield. I heard that he had diedat

derneath. Suddenly and without he stood on the threshold his sea, but I do not know the details -

warning the seat collapsed underme gaze strayed to the shadows above senor."

and I fell with it in a heap. the built-in book shelves. His muse "I'll tell you. Let ''Pedro sit

Rogers, exhibiting extraordinary cles tightened perceptibly and an down." Rogers pointed to a chair. Bee
agility for a man so large, man- odd look came into his face. He "And you and Doctor Cruz come One bee would have to work every -

11 L aged to escape unhurt. walked to the desk and lifted the oil with us into the study." day for, a year to make one '
"Didn't hurt did it lamp overhead the better to see. comb.
you, Barry Alvarez and the prisoner relaxed
he inquired, sitting up, hugging his "It gave me a start, Barry," he outside in the living room. Lom-
knees. My back had suffered a said. "So natural it looks as if it's
bardo and Cruz followed us into the AT FIRST
Naval Salvage slight wrench, and I,. said 'so. "I'm up there." I
study. poured a whiskey and soda
Since 1941, the U. S. navy has sorry," he apologized, "but you By this time I was on my feet, for them and we sat down. Rog- : "

salvaged, exclusive of the Nor- were nearer Sam Chatfield's weight staring up at the mounted head ofa ers began a detailed account of the .3IG"FAO
mandie naval and merchant marlin its spearpoint thrust
ships than I. long accident, omitting, however, all our
and cargoes having a total salvage "Do you think, then, that some. out into the room, the glass eyes speculations as to the part Rumble 666
value of $500,000,000, or 125 times I body tampered with the chair?" supplied by the taxidermist seem- might have played in it. USE
as much as the cost of savings "What about George?" ingly possessed ,of all the wicked 666
"It is very sad, senor, the deathof TABLETS.SALVE. NOSE DROPS
them. "Last night while ness that must have shone throughthe
we were an- so good a man as ,Senor Chat-
chored, and before any of us had natural ones when its owner field," Lombardo said when Rogers

-P---- gone ashore, Elsa and I were at swam the blue seas. had finished. Earth ShrinkingThe
r: KILLS the rail. Somebody was loafing in He continued for some momentsto "Were the gentlemen-Senor Nich- earth is shrinking at the

J the launch alone and in the dark. examine the trophy, then climbed ols and the others-coming immediately rate of 5 inches every 1,000 years.

Many Elsa asked me who was down there.I down, replaced the lamp and resumed = Senor Lombardo?" I inquired.

Insectson thought it was some one of the his seat. "Gruesome thingto "I believe so, Senor Madison.

hands, perhaps. And then George have around now," he remarked When I mentioned to Senor !Nichols I II

Rumble climbed out and came up casually. His left hand strayed to that Pedro had been returned to

the ladder." the desk blotter where several let- Mazatlan, and that I wished to proceed -

Rogers got slowly to his feet shift- ters and papers wer& tucked in the with my investigation he said

. VegetablesFlowers ed his legs outside of the launch pocket corners, fingering them idly. that he would try to find Senor- I I 1

& and stepped down upon the deck of Rogers suddenly reached into the the caballero with the very fine ..

40 Shrubs the yacht. I followed, holding my center of a small bur.ch of lettersin clothes-and bring him along. Who NOW WEAR YOUR PLATES EVERYDAY
ftVictory'Garlen back. a corner pocket of the blotter and knows"-and he shrugged his shoul-
t I Tobacco By-product "I think that we should have a drew forth a clipping from the rotogravure ders-"but what he is the guiltyone HELD COMFORTABLY SNUG THIS WAY
5 1 *Ctwmkal Corp. talk with section of a It's so easy to wear your plates ad
Incorporated George; he said.A newspaper. ? We must have all who were
I tootiirliu, day when held firmly in place by
. Kentucky little group of household serv- "What have you found?" I asked. here that night of the fiesta." this "comfort-cushion"-a dentist's

ants clustered about the huge stud "Something?" "Of course," Rogers answered.The formula.

l ded door as we drew up at the "Yes, something interesting." He next moment a car rolled up I. Dr. Wernet's vent sore gums.
ranch. Willing hands helped Berta passed it across to me and I tookit to the front door, the motor died Powder lets you 2. Economical;
from the taxi; scurrying feet wentto and held it to the light. "I have with a cough, and footsteps sounded enjoy solid foods small amount

-- prepare the way, while Berta, one like it. Exhibit'' A, I think I briskly upon the gravel."It -avoid embarlasts longer.

round and plump and widowed, called it; you've told me that Reed is they, senores," said Lom- rassment plates.Helps of loose prepleasant 3.Pure,harmless.tasting.AIlcrvggWs30t.MoMybaclciholJeligbled. !R

made a pathetic figure between Elsa Barton has one. It seems that Sam bardo, rising and leading the way at.
and Margaret as they helped her to Chatfield procured one also." into the living room.

the seclusion of her room in the It was the picture of Elsa and the Dwight Nichols entered the door-

great house. baby which had so startled us all way with Reed Barton at his heels. I 'I 'I'f

t Keep the Battle Rolling Rogers and I hung our hats on the only a few days previously. Un- They took in at a glance the fact -

With War Bonds and Scrap rack at the entrance and preparedto deniably it was a most appealing that we had been waiting.TO I 1

wait in the big living room until picture; Rumble was right when he ( BE CONTINUED




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I! Costumes Are Prettied e

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CHERIE NICHOLAS rJMN&jU \\111111Q\111\ 111 An oil-silk refrigerator bowl cov- Cotton blankets should be washed

I. Released by Western Newspaper Union er is perfect to slip over the bot- singly in lukewarm water and

tom of a hanging pot to catch the enough mild soap to make a two-
drip after it has been watered. inch standing suds. Rinse in sev-

eral lukewarm waters. Dry in
is interesting to watch the reignof i
When a ladder is used to trim shade. ;
vitamin B and its close relatives,
)C/.ke ta 1 t. t4 \ 1.i Q ; trees or pick fruit, a small, strong :
B1 and B complex, as the king of '
chain should be substituted for the 1
the vitamins. For years vitamin C, : Narrow windows can be made -;
which prevents scurvy i top rung as it grips trees or poles to appear wider by hanging drap"i

was king, then more securely. eries in such a way that they dc i
vitamin D which *' not cover the glass but have their ,

prevents rickets, Stretching is fine for the figure, I inside edges even with the win- ;

then A which pre- likewise the budget, but don't i j dow frames. Fasten two small .1
vents eye disease, stretch table linen when ironing blocks of wood on the side of the 'J

and now vitamin B it. Iron while damp and press'j', window frame to hold the curtail :;.:
'which not only pre- until dry to preserve its stiffness.j I fixtures.

} vents many'symp- --- .'
toms but gives pep

to men, women and ON T; H IE !!

children.According to drug ( / HOME FRONT J
detail % JIe ,
Dr. Barton men representatives 1!! ,
manufacturers who visit physicianswith .
r w \ Y literature and samples of their painted cream color and then stenciled '_c.
products-half the physicians in WINDOW *Jfcss=r =-"" ?. STENCILED with smaller roses. -"
civilian practice are, taking'vitamin SHADE Sif', h. ON WALLFURNITURE '/'
PAINTED vji] 344L1 \'
Bl regularly t!*> prevent exhaustionin ANDt + ? TRAY NOTE: These rose patterns so designed ,,(
these busy days. STENCILED C) V 'LAMP AND that they may be used for stencils or -.$,
? J SHADE may be traced and painted freehand according -
Does vitamin B1 or B complex I / to colors and directions are avail '
prevent exhaustion and give "pep"? V able by mail at 15 cents. Large small
In the Journal of the American p AI .,, I .I and medium rose motifs as well as the :.t'
t.YOU chair back design and vine are contained
Medical Association Drs. Clifford J.
Pattern No. '
on 260. Address: ::1
Barborka, Eliot E. Foltz and An- '
drew C. Northwestern univer- -
sity, Chicago, discuss the relation- Bedford Hills New York :
ship between vitamin B complex in- Drawer 10 '.,'
l;f alY4 take and work output in trained Enclose 15 cents for Pattern No. .-
workers. Their experiment was 260. ..,
and controlled. Name ............................... :.
carefully planned
II ) can make a bower of a city .'
"Four medical students were used. well Address ..eo.........................
: {t /J )'Jfv apartment as as a country ,j
with board and
They were provided j1
cottage by using paint and stencil ::
III room in a hospital near the labora- The most unpromising as- .
trained for nine :
tory. They were
sortment of junk furniture and
are in the months to one year on a normal
NECKLINES shabby odds and ends may blos- St.Joseph .
I news. meet this im- I adequate diet, containing the nor- som with roses. Here, an old

portant vogue, neckwear designers mal or needed amount of vitaminB rocker of no particular period was .....
have been dreaming complex." At the end of this painted blue and then stenciled in WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT:1-

up rafts of adorable ruffly, I period they were put on a diet con- the Boston rocker manner. The '!
II well Why not give your Easter, garb a less than the needed amountof
frilly, frothy phantasies as as taining streaked old window shade and an Ants a Delicacy:
l- strikingly original and chic novelties fillip with a softly ruffled collar of vitamin B complex.
old tin tray were also painted blue Ants, native delicacy in parts of
r with which to dramatize the jet black sheer inserted with a nar- l "The work was done three times and then stenciled with pink roses.A Africa, are sold in packages. ;
1944 fashion row Venise type black lace, such as
spring picture.So
each week on an electrodynamicbrake vine design of pink rambler ',
is below the left in the il-
shown to
take this cue and see to it that
bicycle ergometer at the rate stenciled the
roses was on cream
your Easter costume goes excitingly lustration. Here is an example of of 1,235 kilogrammeters a minute, colored walls around the windows.The Gas on Stomach ,j jI
what black sheer-with-lace
frou-frou with masses of billowy a frilly with rate of 54 revolu-
a pedaling lamp base shown in the sketch .
Relieved In
5 minutes double
do in of or money back s
frills and other lovely lacy neck- neckpiece can way adding tions a minute. The students worked was made from an old milk can. When excess stomach add cause painful suffocat- :H<
' that it takes swank with eye-appeal to a simple print frock. ing gas sour stomach and heartburn,doctor usually ;-i
, wear, or on | ,,
to complete fatigue at this rate, rest This can as well as an old paper prescribe the fastest-acting medicine known for '
' the myriads of versatile novelties in The new vogue for smart neck- relief-medicines l like thoeeInBellam1nbieets.
10 minutes, and worked to complete shade .
'I parchment lamp a chest of No laxative. Bell-ana brings comfort in a ;
way of dickey, gilet and weskit fash- wear made of gay checked taffetais fatigue again." This enabled these drawers and a footstool were Jiffy ufl.or Sic double at all your druggist money back on return of.bottle I Ito
ions and other cunning tidbits like being hailed with delight by the research workers to observe the ef- "

button-on rosettes and bows such. as young at heart. The youthful, ruf- I fects of. the diets 'not ,only on 'work

their are'showing in 'neckwear departments fled gilet is destined'pictured to upper left' favoritewith in the output but also, on recovery from .@O Crackle e..
this season. group prove a fatigue. : Snap Pop : .
The neckwear program certainly the teen-age set. This model of What were the findings from the /
red and white checked taffeta is I
fascinates with its wide of par-
scope use of diets containing sufficient vi-
ideas, catering as it does to every I ticularly gay and pert when worn tamin B complex and diets containing -
mood, from the simple practical i with Sally Victor's new bowler hat insufficient vitamin B' complex g pP' 3"
neck fixings to effects that dazzle (one of the hits of the season) madeof ?

with their glamour and feminine the same check. Placed way
It Diets 'containing insufficient B
prettiness. It adds zest to the vogue back on the head, as you see, is the complex. decreased the amount of
that you can individualize your Eas- way to wear it. work done. I RICE KRISPIESI

ter costume with striking novelties, Portrait ruffles of delicate lace as 2. Diets containing only one-third ,
shown to the fail
such never '
the black
as new lacy dickeysand
other all-black neckwear itemsso in flattery, whether you are youngor I of the required B complex producedeasy "The Grains are Great FOOdS"-J6K .............. e
or early fatigue, irritability,
fashionable this season. Black. is not so young. You will be be-
always sophisticated. It ever has a guiling on Easter day in this very lack of pep, lack of appetite, in- Kellogg's Rice Krispies equal the "'. '

way of lifting something drab and lovely collar of double tiered lace in creased leg pain. t1I) whole ripe grain in nearly all the 'Il "
prosaic into something intriguing. pearly white. This exquisite lace 3. Fatigue, irritability, lack of pep protective food elements declared 'I r r $ _

collar is one of those pieces you'll and appetite disappeared in a few @ essential to human nutrition. tl/ 1I11.ii.fieOS \ .

treasure as a priceless possession, days following the use of the need-
Two-Tone Gray in that it can always be relied upon ed amount of B complex the diet _____ ::; ::; "II1Jls "Ii' _

to add an air of refinement and lady- *

likeness Like a to breath one's appearance.of spring is the I Overweight Children Buy United States War Bonds *

Easter outfit that prettifies a flower Need More ExerciseDespite
colored print frock with a crisp
touch of lacy lingerie at the throat.
the fact that overweight
The ultimate is reached when the
children are, as a rule, as tall and
print with its
gay petal-edged jabotof
,. l y/ 4 embroidered organdy is topped strong physically as children of nor- vp/N upag'cAN'JIM
a r/ Jr rY)4 with a springtime posy hat by Sally mal weight, nevertheless they dislike f
n work exercise rather .
Victor or or, they
as shown below to the right.
Other items sold at the neckwear prefer movies, the radio, and read-
ing, to games or even real mental
w> V4'7j that will add eye-thrilling activity.Dr. I

interest clude intriguing to the Easter fantasies costume..such'as in- H. Bruch, in American Journalof : Where'd I find f'i, dI/ :4 t
me another mom who
frills and ruches of Diseases of,Childhood, 'states that ; 'b yi j
fluffy stuff designed could make rolls 'rte ,
to fill in your low-scooped in many cases overweight in 'a fit for theAdmiral's '
> / Yrr/h r% necklines, either the popular deep child can be traced to the home taste? \ 1 1 1t
background. The father is shy or
i w /lJ/ U-scoops or the square-cut lines. I .
There are many other sentimental weak, not aggressive, whereas the I MOM: Oh, It's easy ;
y/ whiffs of lace and enchanting deli- mother is domineering and bosses to make these r : ,

-" ; t : ; cate embroidery in way of cunning the whole household. The family is Speedy Wheat Rolls! \ ,f / '
xy tidbits such as button-on usually small in number; the figuresin i So I'd have more -
srr/.y rosettes ,
bows and butterflies. Neckwear in, 160 cases show that 70 per cent time with you, L ;
I tried a new,
the voguish new Venus pink is sell- of the children were only childrenor quick recipe with ,, :
ing at sight. the youngest. There was lack of Fleischmann'sYeast .

gk Released by Western Newspaper Union. harmony between the parents in which puts t' '' I I
/ ; y many cases. The mothers wero unreasonable in extra vitamins. t I Ii
}J / %Strs Soldier's Bride in discipline yet they ,j
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overfed and "overprotected" the \

Pastel Suit This YearHers child. Food was considered the i SOC! ITSAYS THAT ::1
sly most important health and life fac- FLE/SCHMANNS/ IS ;y '.

1' is a furlough wedding in a tor and the youngster was encour- I I THE ONLY YEASTFOR WITH r } ,?- 1M FREE SENt) fZ :
posy-beveiled hat, most likely 'a pas- aged to eat more than was needed. ADDED AMOUNTS OP ME. FLE/SCHMANN'S/ ':

tel suit and a frou-frou dickey in The mother felt that if the youngsterate VITAMINS A AND 0, \:-' NEW EDITION OF TftE !
A /' / J I v / if the new pastels to match her hat and large quantities of food it was AS WELL AS THE r ..FAM O US"BREAD BASKET" !

__ _, gloves or maybe.she chooses tradi- good health insurance, that the child VITAMIN 6 COMPLEX i ...40-PAGE BOOK06 !
"." "-"':
. Gray as' a color for suits, dresses, chests, gathered linens and lingerie, and play, especially group games, I REVISED FOR WART/ME. ;
.', coats and the background tone for but the 1944 bride, who has been were considered dangerous to health 11'i ICI CHOCK-FULL OF !
prints, also for smart headwear, busy up to the last minute before and life. Thus it has been found ,4) WONDERFUL NEW ROLLS !

is riding on the crest of the wave this her wedding, has an "accessory that despite their excessive weight l J BREADS,DESSERT BREADS. :
spring. The suit pictured uses gray trousseau." One good suit or suit many of these boys and girls havea ', a I UAAy..SENDTOOAY! j jAM
j wool, accenting smooth shouldersand dress, two or three pretty hats chest expansion below normal. 1 those vitamins ', I i
a cut which smartly defines the (that's the go right into your ,
." way men like 'em), a When the overweight is certain ''" rolls with no f .
4 waistline. It also features a one- few pair of gloves, white and colored definite parts of the body, there may ,-w. great loss in the For your treo 1
button fastening for the jacket which which can be tubbed and kept be need of treatment by use of gland oven.Be suro to copy,write 4 i
" 'I is a favored style gesture this immaculate, and an assortment of extracts-thyroid or pituitarybutin = use FJeuchmann'l Standard Brand '' I
Yeast with the Inc.,Grand
spring. The gray note is accented[ dickeys and suit 'I
The latter most cases treatment consists in yellow label A. Central Annex,
': in use of a darker gray for an art- pretty much on the lingerie side, getting the boy and girl away from a week's supply keeps Box 477,New ,
ful inset in the jacket top. The confections of sheer and lace, rip- home influences for a time, cutting in ice-box. York 17,N.Y.Easter

idea of two-tone gray is being exploited pling ruffles and new pastel shades down the food intake, and encour-
by several leading designers. cr white, of course.




-- FRIDAY, APRI L 14, 1944'

The Clewiston News is over and all of us boys; gather prize. I I
back there at our home with our, Pineapple upsidedown cake and THE POLITICAL RALLIES ;
mothers, dads and, friends to en-. coffee were served by the hostess to
Published every Friday in Clewiston, joy the good old Florida sunshine I Mrs.. Ezelle, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. (;, I.

inc.Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, and do Lake miss going Okeechobee to the breezes.church serv-HowI I 'Dave V. H.Alston Lanier, Mrs.Mrs.K.R.Bowden.M. Bishop Mrs. :::-:..:..:..:..;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ...:":-2 J ,r

ices in South Clewiston. I enjoyed and Mrs. R. C. Wilson. ::
Entered as second class mall matter them much. best to I .:. .
so My regards
1927 Office In
February 1 at the Post
crewlston Florida under the Act of all the people out there" IHS. COMCLIXG INSTALLED I CLEWISTON I II
March 3; 1897.Subscription \ I .:: =:
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Ray Sullivan, who is Corporal
Rate-$.::>O Per Year Sullivan now, has been transferredto I I GOLF COURSE 1
Advertising Hates On Application. San Diego, California, where he Ladies Aid Society of the IX
is stationed at.Camp :Mnamar. He j I Community Church met at the
Church Thursday afternoon for the .
sends t in his new address and says
Devoted to the advancement and welfare "I surely enjoy reading the home (regular monthly meeting. Rev. :?: :;.
j of Clewiston and Hcnary County. .town paper, and have been receiving I David C. Hancock conducted' the installation .1 .
ceremony for the following '
every copy.
I new officers: Mrs, F. E. Conk- y iX
ling, president; Mrs. G. II. Brown, .
NATIONAL EDITORIAL pected Robert Easter Kelly week received end leave an unex-'and vice president; Mrs.. O. A. Jones, II A Ideal Weather for Your *
secretary; and :Mrs. H. R. Hall, trea-
iSSOCIATION came down for the day from the _:
) surer. JI : Favorite Exercise 3:
Naval base at Mayport.
[ I Mrs. Brown gave a program, based ,
I yv
Carlisle Redish, who is stationedin on the work of the church missions X ,

Jacksonville ,at the Naval. Air j'in'I the Philippines. Two delegates I + ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:.. ,'. x... '
Station, spent two days at home this i were chosen to accompany the president ::jj:. I -V..; ''. .o% .
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'.............................................................................:.......................... who:yeek,was joining enjoying his his brother first, visit Carrol at, i J Worth to April the 17th Presbytery.and 19th.in Lake Mrs. / _: Good Greens :,', ::; "

I home in over two years. |10. A. Jones and Mrs.- E. W. Durst I ..t', f :
/ are; the delegates. I ,':. ..

With I Captain Stanley McCorkle has I Annual reports of officers and 1 :.V:. ; ...........-......................-............................. ..::.. ,
been I transferred from Aberdeen committees were given at the meeting :''t. :! ..
II reflecting the fine work done ':. ..
Proving Ground to Camp Butner, .
Our N. C. by the group ,during the past year. :f Meet \ f\ :
| Own
I Boys I The meeting date was changed to : Friends There ,. ::f=:
BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIESMrs. the second Thursday in each month
instead of the first. t::
in theService ::
Joe M. Hall gave a pretty Mrs. J. K. Rogers and Mrs. Joseph .;. '
j I Easter party for members of her Robbins served refreshments at the : C .I ''::0
evening bridge club at her home close of the meeting to Mrs. J. H. .J\ ?
I Friday evening. Serving a buffet Doty Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs. F.I: .-
supper before the bridge game the Deane Duff, Mrs. F. E. Conkling.Mrs. .; YEARLY pj
hostess carried out the Easter themein I! G. H. Brown, Mrs. E. W. Durst, :_> MEMBERSHIP :|
refreshments and decorations. Mrs. C. W. Fuller, 1\' rs. O. A. Jones, I :

LMM..:N:NNN:Nr. :NNN,. ,. :N.N.N:..:N.NN.NN. .MNIyN. : Chicken salad, cheese apples, tint- Mrs. W. C. Owen. Mrs. H. R. Hall, .t_!j DAILY GREEN FEES :=I:: "I
ed deviled eggs, and fancy hot rolls Mrs. Joseph Robbins, Mis. David C. :.

James Winn, who has been stationed formed the main course, followed Hancock and Mrs. J. .E. Beardsley. I ............................................................................................-.............-............................-..........................................-........................:..:.: '
in'Key West and Miami. dur- by cake and coffee. Wax baby
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cently been transferred to Norfolk, an I .ft "'" '. ",," ,," :,..'.-.; :,.- -. :: '- --
where he has been assigned to a iced Mrs.fruit( Curtis set as Thompson first prize, won and Mrs. : !\ ih"" 1' _.--=.L'=' : _tF :: = .-: .. _..,:::: :

ship now under construction with V. C. Woodward, stationery as 'second ,
orders to go with the ship when Jt I prize. An organdy apron for

is completed. I low score was won by Mrs C. L. I S
James' wife and baby are in Miami 'I McLendon. Others playing were I PoliticalRallies
with her parents. Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. Foy Dur- II
i rence. Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. R.
A letter from Gaines M. Ricks M. Hare, Jr., and Mrs. Hall.
from North Africa says he enjoyedso I Presenting Your
Hendry Candidates
Ha'll County
much reading about Clewiston in, Mrs. H. R. was hostess to the it
the News, and learning of the big'J Wednesday afternoon bridge club ,
changes that are going on to make this week. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle won
fiis "home town a larger and more an embroidered organdy dickey as FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 8 P. M. FELDA
beautiful city in the future. What ,'first prize and Mrs. Carl Johnson a \
a great day it will be when this war pair I of kitchen placques as cut -. School Auditorium ;.
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l:(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..::. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 8 P. M. CLEWISTON V a

3: VOTE FOR :: School Auditorium

i: Ruth R. Beardsley1:!! SATURDAY, Grammar, APRIL School 29, 8 AuditoriumLocal P. M. LABELLE .. ;

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.:. : candidates present, will be'invited to give brief talks. '
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I predecessor Jim Maddox, who resigned,
ert N. Smith, James Kenneth Weaver progress and welfare, and. if elected, I and am trying to make the county a
HookerPlaceMr. will devote my best efforts to serving I good commissioner. In asking to bo
of the Seabees, Sgt. D. Ballard, the best Interests of the county and" elected to the office I promise to give

Pvt. William D. Dana, A. W. Law- its people. the best service possible to Felda and

and 11rs.V.. C. Hooker MM Pvt. James E. Sum- HARVEY S. DYESS. \ the county as a whole, Just as 1 am,,
[ Personals j rence, 21c| (.Paid Palitical Advertisement) doing this term. I will be grateful for
announce the engagement of ner, S. Sgt. Robert M. Taylor, and your vote and support. Thank you.

their daughter. Capt. David S. Herbertson., FOR SHERIFFI I!. ASA TOWNSEND.
(Paid Political Advertisement.
Roberta Juneto ,
hereby announce myself as a
didate for the office of Sheriff of Hen-I
R. E. Khrtz of Fort Myers was a POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS I dry County, Florida. Having served as FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:

'business visitor here yesterday.Mrs. Lou Emerson Place, Justice of the Peace for a number of I II DISTRICT NO. 1
years, I feel that I am fully qualified
the wedding will take place April and capable of holding and conductingthe I I This, will announce my candidacy
affairs of this most important for re-election to the office of county
A. W. Lawrence is spending 30th at the Clewiston Community fice in an efficient, economical 01"-1 I commissioner, district number 1, subject .

several 'days in Miami. Church. FOR COUNT .HJDGK business-like manner. 1 I cludingmy to the May second primaries. I am con-
term inthis capacity -
Miss Hooker has resided in Clew- I have been -resident of Hendry and invite careful
a inspection
County for 21 years and feel that I
Mrs.' Ruth B. Owens ,has returned iston for her entire life. She attended This is to announce that I am a can- know the people and their problems.If !I of my this record as your commissionerfor
didate for County Judge of Hendry elected, I shall endeavor to
business to Tampa.C. the local high school graduating give .
from a trip County subject to the will of the them my wholehearted cooperation in Your vote and support will be ap

in the class of 1941. She is voters in the May 2 primary. I feel every respect. Your vote and support I preciated.

V. Parkinson made a business cashier for the Clewiston Realty and that for my training the duties and of experience the office qualifyme 'and,' Will be greatly appreciated.G. H. SMALL. I I (Paid Political GLEN Advertisement.E. ETHERTON.)

trip to Jacksonville the first ,of the Development corporation. if elected, I will render the best service (Paid Political Advertisement) I I
within my power. Your vote and support I .1
week. Mr. Place is, the son of Mrs. El- will be greatly appreciated. Thank MAMMMNMM, FOR COUN'I'Y SUPERINTENDENT

1 -- wood Peters, Vincennes,' Indiana.He 1 you. ROBERT KETRING.' I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER! This is to announce that I am seeking -

Mrs. Barney Gordon and Miss is a graduate of the Lincoln (Paid Political Advertisement) I DISTRICT No. 2 the office of County Superintendent

Barbara Lowe spent the week end High School in that city. He has II I of Public Instruction subject to
I the wishes of the voters in the May
This advertisement is to
visiting relatives in Fort Myers.Mr. resided in Clewiston for the past FOR CONSTABLE, DISTRICT XO. 1 that I am a candidate for the office of I primary. If elected, I will work for
I the best interests of the schools of
two years and is employed as, 'instructor County Commissioner In District No.
2 Hendry County in the coming Dem- Hendry county and in every way possible -
:: and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson are, at Riddle-McKay Aero Col- I wish ,to announce that I am a cani i ocratic Primary. I am particularly I endeavor to justify: the confi-

spending a few days in Jacksonville, didate for nomination to the office of I qualified for this office since I am a dence you place in me. I will deeply '
lege.No Constable, district number 1, Ilendry lawyer a civil engineer, and, in addi- appreciate your vote and support.
'where they went on business. invitations will be issued to county.I I tion, have served as a County Com- I Thank you.MRS.
yam a pioneer resident of the county missioner and Chairman for Hendry HOMER TAYLOR
the wedding, but all friends of the and am interested in everythingthat i County. My: record in the past will. (Paid Political Advertisement.)

Mrs. J. G. Niblack and son, John- couple are invited to attend. ,- will advance its welfare stand up for itself. I promise the same

ny, of Fort Myers, visited friends in Your support and vote in the May +I efficient competent, courageous and ...
primary will be appreciated. understanding administration of coun- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONS
Clewiston Thursday. :IRS. KELLY: HOSTESS TO WALTER H. CHRISTIAN.Paid ty affairs that I gave the people of DISTRICT NO. 4-DENAUETI
( Political Advertisement) Hendry County before.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS I 1 will appreciate your vote and. sUP- .
:Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey, Miss wish to announce to the voters of

Laura Bailey and RAF Cadet Peter FOR CONSTABLE, DISTRICT NO. 1 port.Very sincerely, Hendry county that I am a candiIJatefor
Mrs. E. E. Kelly was hostess to SELDEN L. STEWART.Paid reelection to the office of County
'Lake spent Tuesday in Miami. Commissioner of district No.4, which
members of the Ruth Sunday School I have qualified as candidate for reelection ( Political Announcement) Is Fort Denaud. I am serving my first
to the office of constable for term in office and can honestly say"
home .
class at her Monday evening.It
Keith Hartsfield' of Jacksonville District 1. that during this time I have done my'best
was the regular monthly business I have served four years as your FOR CLERK: OF COURT to familiarize myself] with the affairs
was the guest of friends here duringa constable, and six years as deputy of my district and the county as
and social of the
short business trip this week. meeting group. sheriff and city marshall in Clewiston.I I wish to announce my candidacyfor a whole to the end that I might )yo
Coca-Colas and open faced sandwiches have worked constantly to keep thisa the office of clerk of the circuit able to give an efficient as well as conscientious :
served to Mrs. 'Fred clean, law-abiding community andI court of Hendry county subject to the administration. In asking
Miss Kathleen Lewis of Tampas'pentS were want to continue to keep it this way. :May primary. I have been a residentof for another term, I pledge my best efforts -
.. Topper, Mrs. Arthur King, Mrs. C. Your vote and support will be ap- Hendry county for sixteen years. If I in a continuance of the sam6policy.
Easter here with her sister: preciated. I I elected will conduct the affairs of the Your vote and support in the
Mrs. W. W. Perry, and family.Mr. R. Krueger, Mrs. R. L. Marshall, I. S. BELL, SR. office in an efficient and businesslike Map primary will be appreciated.,
Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, Mrs. Gordon (Paid, Palitical Advertisement) I manner. Your vote and support. arerespect'rul1y A. J. EVERS.
I solicited. I (Paid Political Advertisement.)
Bembry, Mrs., Sorensen, and Mrs.
and Mrs. James Rider and I 1 G. B. RACKSTRAW.
son have moved to LaBelle, after DISTRICT NO. 2 (Paid Political Advertisement.)
residing in Clewiston for several DISTRICT NO. a
I wish to announce my candidacy FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER \
office of county commissioner -
W. N. (Bill his
) Stallings announces
District No.2. Hendry County, sub-
Mrs. William Johnson and chil- Johnson's Fish Camp j ject to the Democratic primaries in candidacy commissioner for for the district office No. of 3, Hendry county<
This is to that I in the
May. announce am
and Billy of Pahokee, Your vote and support will be greatly for Commissioner of Dis- County, Florida. He has been a resident -
dren, Gayle (Near Hurricane Gate) race County 'I of the county since its creationand
,with sister appreciated. trict No.3, LaBelle, subject' to the is .
interested its
Easter here her deeply in
spent Clewiston, Fla.. J. C. ,JACKMAN/ wishes of the voters of Hendry countyas to
hopes have the opportunityand
Miss Florence Graham. (Paid Political Advertisement.) expressed in the \May 2 primary.I .
Boats and Motors-Guide Service pleasure of serving you, and will
am a lifetime resident of this section do it
to thevery best of his ability.
Rates Reasonable and deeply interested in its welfare
He will appreciate vote and
Miss Edythe Nell Cornette, of FOR SHERIFF and development. To this end, if elect- '' your
in the
W. H. Johnson, l\J r.NOTICE support May primary.
ed I will the best service of whichI
Paid Political
'r Lakeland spent Easter here with ( Advertisement.)
I wish to announce my candidacyfor am capable. Your vote and support
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cor- the office of Sheriff of Hendry will be greatly. appreciated. Thank f I- FOR
County subject to the Democratic I you. JUDGEI
nette. primaries in May. R. B. WALDRON.Paid .

The idea of being a candidate was ( Political _ suggested by friends and is 'agreeable I I reelection to thje office of County Judgeof
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wolff to my desires. I believe that my acQuaintance Hendry County,subject to the democratic -

Mrs. I. S. Bell, Sr., were guests over with the county and its I FOR SHERIFF primary in May. I have ;made
Thompson Motor Parts people qualify me for this important I a sincere effort'' to conduct the. affairs
the week end of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. office. I of the office in such a manner as tcx

Deadwyler' in West, Palm Beach. will be closed all day Your vote and support will be ap- I wish to announce that I am a can- justify my request for another term,
preciated.HULBERT didate for reelection to the office of I and if reelected, will continue to give
M. POLLARD.Paid the same conscientious and efficient
Sheriff of Hendry county at the pri-
Mrs. C. E. Smith and daughter, Monday May' 8th and ( Political Advertisement..) mary election in :May. I have tried to service. Your vote and support ;will
be appreciated. Thank
conduct the office in a manner to jus- you.
Miss Peggy Jo of Avon Park, spent
tify another term, and I will appreciate -
Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. E. until noon Tuesday, May -- your vote and support. (Paid Political :Advertisement.)

E. Kelly. 9th, and. 'after May 1 15th candidate is for to announce reelection that to the I am officeof a (Paid Politicai Advertisement.) FOR SIIERIFF

Mrs. Alvah C. Burke returned to Clerk of the Circuit Court subject to I wish 'to
will be closed announce that I am a candidate -
Saturday in May. In once more
the primary
her home in LaBelle Saturday aftera asking the vote and support of the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:: for the office of Sheriff of Hen-
the DISTRICT NO. 5 dry county subject to the democratic
week's visit here with her daughter afternoons. 5-5 voters of Hendry county through I offer of primary' of May 9th. If elected, I-will
experience gained years
of I hereby to the voters of conduct the office in an efficient and
Mrs R. R. Hooks. past service and a renewed pledge announce
s continued honesty, efficiency and the Hendry county that I am a candidatefor business like manner to the best interests -
same fair treatment to all at all times. the office of County Commissionerof of all. Your vote and supportwill
Robert Kelly came down from Thank you. District No. 5, Felda, subject to the be greatly appreciated,
FOR SALE Two WILLIAM T. (TOM) HULL. democratic primary in May.: I am I H. H. (MACK) McCALU
Mayport where he is stationed at : single (Paid Political Advertisement.) I serving the unexpired term of my, (Paid Political Advertisement.)

the naval base and spent .,Easter I __ .."

$ 'here with Mr. and Mrs.. E. E. Kelly. beds, complete. See or FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT '

Mrs. M. C. Doke, Miss Flora Bell call Mrs. Robert George. :NO. 2 Today's F U B\3\ $& S Ia RAM By Peters U I II

I wish to announce that I am a
Humphries and Miss Ruth Humph 4-15-21 candidate for reelection to the officeof

' 1 ries spent Easter with their par- county Commissioner of DistrictNo.
". 2, east LaBelle, subject to the will
ents in Okeechobee.Mr. of the voters of Hendry county in the
\ (
May 2 primary. Members of the coun- I
ty board saw fit to make me chair- There is nothing deceit-
: and Mrs. W. I. Lawson and .WANTED TO RENT man when I was first elected four

children, Babs and Kenneth, spent years ago and again two years ago, /s\ ; ful about our diagnosis of it
Furnished house an honor which I; deeply appreciated.Since your motor trouble. We
Sunday with Mr. Lawson's parents, or I have been in office I have I

Mr. and Mrs. W. A.:Lawson, in Okee- tried to serve my district and the ec SHOW you what's wrong
apartment, or large room county;! at large to the best of my abil- and repair it economically. ci
chobee. ity. This I wi1l,continue to do, if re- j jI
elected. The vote and support 'of the I
with private bath, for one people of the county will be ap-

Mrs. Melvin Pape and son, Rich- preciated. Thank ,you.J. :
in Moore Haven. couple. Leave and O. DAVIDSON.Paid HENDVRY -;
ard, spent name ( Palitical Advertisement) I 1.I 1.
attended the christening ser-
They :

"-' ..,.,. vices for the baby son of Mr. and address through P.O. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I COUNTY II
Mrs. joe Hilliard, of LaBelle. Box 463, Langston Con DISTRICT I MOTORS t tI

This is to announce that I am a I
Miss Marguerite Mizelle was a struction Co. 1 11. candidate for reelection to the, officeof '
week end visitor in Miami. She County Commissioner ,
No. 3. west LaBelle. In the past I havedevoed
visited her brother, Harold. who has -- ---- myself to working for the best
I I interests of my district and the coun-
recently been transferred to the
ty as a whole.: I am rounding out my I
Hollywood Naval Air Station. ROOMS second term. In asking for reelection, deceitful cad.
for the privilege of serving another "I want a divorce from that

x, Ann Slonaker, daughter of Mr. Wanted by construction term give, my honest only pledge and efficient is to continueto service. I' He was supposed to be out of town today-and wasn't!"

and support will be appreciated -
,., \ 4 and Mrs. S. P. Slonaker, is recuperating Your vote, Thank Y011GEORGE.
executives -
at the Clewiston hospital from prefer private L. POOLE.

Ian emergency appendectomy performed bath shower.. We (Paid Political Advertisement.) I .

y Monday.
-- guarantee quietness and DISTRICT. S I ELECT '

Billy Prewitt, who recently completed -

.'1 his boot navy training at I cleanliness. H. J. Mc- To the Voters of Hendry 'County: I
wish to announce that 1 am a candi- gROGERS
Jacksonville, spent a few days herewith date fnr County Commissioner for District -! Dwight .

I Mr. and Mrs. W .C. Prewitt and Manigal, Chalker and No. 3. I have been a resident of
this section for 31 years and am very
left Saturday to report for a newt Lund Clewiston Inn. 1 11. much interested in county affairs. In
assignment. asking for your vote and support, 1
promise, if elected to give to my dis-
: trict and county at large the best -

',;.... Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Ezelle and service of which' I am 'capable. Most

;.1 i children, Emma Jane and Jennings, HOMESOr sincerely, PAUL O' .\NNOK

left this morning to spend the week (Paid Political Advertisement.) '
end in Miami, where Dr. Ezelle ib:: apartments wanted, --TY roMiilalnNrtiDISTRICT I I % g: Your Congressman
going on business. They are guests
furnished. Several desired NO.FELDA I
and Mrs. Thomas'B. ; -0.. DLSTRICT
of Mr. Shelley. .. \7A FROM NEW CTH

,, -\ by executive H. G. Atchley candidate. Your sup-
-. Carlisle Redish of the Jackson- em: port in the first primary will be appreciated -!
it' honored with the
;:: ville Naval Air Station spent Sun- ployees of Chalker and nomination and election, I pledge to S .
the duties' of this office in w. Recon of
; He Has A Proven
and Monday here with his -
day parents a fair, impartial and business-lik'-
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Redish and Lund. Advise H. J. Mc- manner without fear or favor. Thank- I "' Ser ice
I "
advance for active
his brother, Carrol, also of the Navy ine yOin your :
vote. "
/ Manigal Clewiston Inn. support apd :
': who was at home for the first time I Sincerely, I \' '
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'1 ,u-, in'over two years. I (Paid Political Advertisement.) lie helped working man by passing the WOl'k ;len's' compensation -
I I ',"
1: T. A. TO MEET MONDAY I. : act.
1 FOR SALE Pair of
;. FOR COUNTY DISTRICT COMMISSIONER. 4 He fought, for the schools, giving 8 months term; free school ,'

...'1 Installation of officers of the fine-blooded rabbits text-books and transportation.

Parent-Teacher Association will take I wish to announce that I am a candidate He will continue to fight( for out service sons and daughters.Paid .

place at a meeting to be held Mon- sacrifice. Mrs.. J. K. District for No.4.County Denaud Commissioner subject to the for Political Adv.F1IDAY '

night April 17th at 8:15 inn decision of the voters in the May primaries -
day ,
1 11. I have lived In Hendry countyfor ,,,,, :ojI
Rogers. .... '
the school auditorium. 49 years and am interested in Us <; :;J""i': c. I\ ::.rJru..r.'L: : r..mI1I'! !

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Washington, D. C. Things I Never Knew 'Til Now oF 11Fe.Blooming -. ,
ALCOHOL AND WPB (About Canada's War Effort) in your

War Food Administration Faces Increasingly .A mysterious hand has reached Canada is the only one of Amer- he: .rt.
(inside the War Production board to ica's Allies which has not used Lend. 1.
Difficult Problem of Getting 'Bashful' hold up a new method of alcohol Lease help Most of her money \ CAtI'1 y o

production. The process, developedin payments to the Allies have been
Beef Cattle to Market. Germany, is the distillation of outright gifts because Canada is op-

alcohol from sawdust and wood posed to piling up war debts .
waste. The United States is Canada's best

By BAUKHAGE Allover the U. S. A. there is a customer; and Canada is at the top
I News Analyst and Commentator. great surplus of sawdust and wood of the list of our best customers ".
scraps from saw mills. In some Canada is the world's largest pro.
WNU Service, Union Trust Building, cent, when the, figure the govern- areas, its disposal is a problem. But ducer of aluminum. Last year she WNU Features.
Washington, D. C. ment had set was 15 percent). More in Germany, some 30 plants are in produced more than the whole world

The fight over subsidiespardonme about that later. operation turning sawdust not only did in 1939 Canada is the
I shouldn't use that word subsidies And so the War Food administration into alcohol, but yeast and cattle world's largest producer of nickel
the New Deal doesn't like it- is afraid the same thing might feed. and is practically the only source CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
the fight over "price premiums" 'on happen to the cattle market. And This same process has been tested, jf supply available to the United
farm products is once more the chief the banker is afraid. It would be at"a U. S. forest service pilot plantat Nations Canada is the world's
concern of the administration and bad enough if we ran into a glut like Marquette, Wis., and recently largest producer of asbestos, terrifi-
the members of congress who do not the hog-jam but, as one WFA live plans were all set to open a com- cally important on aircraft carriers

see eye to eye on this painful ques- stock expert put it, "we shudder to mercial plant at Willamette Ore. and battleships She is a heavy PHOTOGRAPHY
think what might happen if an early The Vulcan Copper and Supply om- producer of lead, zinc and mercury, FOR FAST ROLL FILM DEVELOPING
tion.The smoke of the battle over the drouth developed. There would bea pany was scheduled to do the job, and the most important discovery of I SERVICE write for safety film mailer.
great stampede to move cattle to and J. Alfred Hall borrowed from tungsten found this conti- Three 5x7 from photo SI.00.
veto of the subsidy ban included in ore yet on I ABBEY STUDIOS St. Louis 3-C. Mo.
the Commodity Credit corporation market. Transportation and process- the forest service by WPB's offce nent is now being developed by the -- -
bill has settled, and since then there ing facilities might not be able to of production research and devel- Canadian government direct .
was another veto (the tax bill) that handle the movement. The result opment, actually had gone out to It's the backbone of battle armor. Peculiar Aardvark
;' didn't fare so well. But the Farm might be the,loss of thousands and Oregon to inspect the proposed Wil-
of head of cattle." Principal distinction of the
lamette site. pecu-
Bloc members are not so overopti- Canadian radium the field
Evans member of the Fed- liar aardvark is that it is
R. M. looking
Presi- But now something has happened.The
mistic as to believe that the services and hospitals of the United
',_ dent and congress are still far enough eral Reserve board for agriculture, alcohol division of WPB is reported I Nations' armies would be almost the first animal in the dictionary.The .
that who is a former agricultural adjust- to be quietly throwing mon- animal with the strange com-
f' apart on the subsidy question helpless Canada is producing,
i administrator is urging the II bination of two a's in its is
: another veto could not be sustained. ment key wrenches into the works. five times as much armor plate,
1:' In the senate, the cooler heads off bankers in the cattle industry to do For two long years, WPB's alco- guns and tools as she did in 1939 a stout little creature with a pig- >
f the opposition know this and are not their share in coaxing Ferdinand off hol division had blocked the saw- She is producing 16 types of like snout, tubular mouth, large

:' willing to go through the same futile the range. dust alcohol method for the obvious gun carriages and mountings, although ears, long tail, and short muscu-

L process again.In About *Elastic PricesOf reason that the big alcohol com- before she entered the war lar limbs. It attains a length of

In the house, it is a different matter the cattlemen have panies are entrenched with the she had never manufactured a big five feet, including the tail. .
course, It is member of the 'ant-eater
ti, although this is not likely to been the most violent criticsof Cuban molasses method. Their gun She has delivered 100,000 a
among but it is
family the ant-eater
i'.' change the final picture. House the price control administrationand plants are near the Atlantic sea- units to date Canada has the only
teeth. it feeds
Leader Joe ,Martin, while conceding their representatives have main- board, where molasses is readily ac largest small arms factory in the Although on
no jot or tittle to the administrationthat tained a steady battle here in Wash- cessible. They don't want competition British Empire. She has producedmore insects without, food.it can go long periods

he can withhold, has made it in effort to the ceil- from the lumber' regions of the than a million rifles and
ington an remove The female aardvark ,
plain that price control is neces- ing prices from beef (or, as they South and Northwest. But finally, enough ammunition to fire 300 shotsat produces
only single births and carries her
sary, and he isn't going to allow too' say, make the prices elastic) so that because of the desperate alcohol every soldier in the German baby around her back
much delay on the part of those prices would rise and fall in accord- shortage, they were overruled and army Canada is second only' to slow on duringits
who want an anti-subsidy rider attached ance with the seasonal demand. the Willamette plant was authorized. us in building ships, although she growth. t
to the OPA bill. He has 'other The cattlemen's viewpoint as pre- However, queer things happened. had not built a seagoing cargo shipin

plans of his own. sented by' Joe G. Montague of the When the Willamette applicationvas 20 years when Hitler marched on
r. War Food administration officials Texas and Southwestern Cattle'Raisers sent by registered mail to WPB, Poland Canada supplies all of HAIR
are quoted as admitting that the association, boils down his plaintto it was "lost." WPB refused to act the signal corps of the United Na- MOROIINETLARG
case of the bashful beeves is one of a simple statement. without the "original" application, tions with a large amount of their )

their greatest problems. Concretely "Cattle just provide the frames to so valuable weeks were wasted_ar- equipment, including nearly 100 BOTTLE-<

they have the job of enticing twoor hang beef on. The Lord knows guing. types of signaling sets Canada
three million head of beef cattle we've produced the frames but Then, an engineer named Levy, has developed a new secret explosive -
p off the ranges and into the butcher somebody fell down on the job of who had had experience with the for the invasion-the most powerful Methods of ExecutionAt

shops during early spring and sum- hanging the beef on 'em." sawdust method in Germany, was I in the world. one time or another, 30 different -
mer. And the only thing: that they brought here from England. This methods of execution, from

know of to' make the cattle move is Mr.that Montague the told have me the other down time, the Willamette'application pa- I {Canada has mobilized :the mightiest boiling to electrocution. < ,,have been t

the good "old reliable" that makes day faster than weights even he expected gone although pers were ready. But another hitch I of all her resources, her fighting used officially in the world.
'- the mare go-cash money. Since WPB suddenly found
-. he predicted the glut and developed. people Forty thousand women
a the administration is sitting on the the famine since the some of ,Levy's credentials unsatis- are in the Canadian armed forces.
promised ever
ceilings and refusing to allow pricesto demanded FBI investi-
fixed price was made last October. factory, an Over 5,000 are in the Canadian Navy
the consumer to go up, Uncle Sam The FBI cleared him but
gation. ,
.' They have off 27 to 28 poundsa Services. and 16,000 are in the RCAF
..; will probably have to make up the head and gone he expects this will con- still the WPB's alcohol division is On Canada's mighty munitions

difference again, if congress will let tinue until July when grass feeding holding things up. assembly line, one out of every four
him, in the form of a "price premium" is Canadian r
begins again. persons a woman. They
to the stockmen. "I'm trying to get the cattle off AIR WAR OVER GERMANY handle the technical signaling devices -

The Banker's Stake the ranches but I can't do it. The Strange as it may seem, the pres- and secret naval codes-and, --

And the government is wondering feed lots are not taking them be- ent problem of the U. S. and Britishair believe it or not, they plot the con-

: about something else besides a few cause there isn't any feed. I could forces over Europe is not so voy routes The Canadian Gov't
meatless Mondays or Tuesdays or sell thousands of pounds of feed today much to locate the targets but to locate has found them so proficient at Radar -
Wednesdays. It is worried about the if I could get my hands on it. German fighter planes. Nazi and Asdic that women are usedas Instinct of Camel

banker who has a stake in steaks, The government reports show that fighters have been so reduced in instructors. Nor is their work Thirsty camels have been knownto ,.
as well as the cattleman and beef- there's a lot of feed somewhere but numbers that they are being held confined to intricate mechanical de go directly to water a distance
eater. we can't find it." back, apparently for the second vices. They overhaul aircraft en- of 100 miles on the desert.To .

Cattle on the ranges have in- I front. Allied bombers occasionallymake gines: operate power machines and
Hoarded Corn
creased beyond the feed on the a complete mission to the Con- ctua'llyoperat the new instrument "
ranges. There is plenty of feed in the shapeof tinent without meeting any opposi- which determines errors in cannon relieve distress of MONTHLY>

The average livestock population corn in the country but the farm- tion in the air. fire. female! WeaknessLydia.

; of America in the years 1922 to 1942 ers with their governmentassuredprices This 'is good news, but it prevents
" .:, was 69 million head. 'Roughly let's on hogs are hoarding it-they heavy attrition of the Luftwaffe unless The newspaper you are reading E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
4 say half of this was dairy cattle. are transforming it into pork. The probably is printed on Canadian pound Is made especially for women
the German planes are soughtout
to help relieve periodic pain with Its
Now the estimate is 82 million head government "asked for this" whenit on the ground.As newsprint. Canada is by far the weak tired nervous, blue feelings
.. and the ratio of eating cows to milk- put a premium on hog-raising, as largest producer of newsprint in the -due to functional: monthly dis
ing cows has increased alarmingly we have explained. But many farm- American fliers put it: "We'vedone world In 'spite of' her terrificwar Taken turbances.regularly-Pinkham's Com-

:, in the last few years. ers, poultry and dairy farmers and a birth-control job on the Luft- effort, Canada is sending more pound helps build up resistance ...
others outside the belt need waffe." In other words, they have she 'did against such symptoms. Here Is a
And the beeves are now home on corn newsprint to the U. S. than product that helps nature and
the range because there isn't a price struck manufacturing plants so suc- I at the start of the war. A large that's the kind to buy! Famous for
incentive to lure them to slaughter.The only farmers but industrialistswho cessfully that fighter production is part of it goes in direct support four almost thousands a century.of women Thousands have reported upon
government feared this; feared need corn for their chemicals, way down. This applies both to own war effort, because American benefits. Follow label directions.
first the famine and then the flood. are complaining. The army and twin-engine and single-engine fighters. production has declined 24 per Worth, trying

.>., It now looks as if the famine was navy who need their products have Plants making both types have, cent and our other markets have almost LYDIA E. PiKKIIAM'S cVECETBLEoui'ow

coming and the flood is not far be- I echoed their pleas.So been struck systematic and devas- disappeared In our cru-
hind. And this is where the banker the government is smack up tating blows. cial year of 1941 Canadian produc-
at the door. He the problem of prying this Air forces officials have figures on tion of newsprint than
comes knocking against of that "birth was more I f, ,.. Protect and easo abrased
members other gluts when re-I feed (corn) loose from the farmers the exact amount con- three times that of the U. S.-and skin with Mcxsana, the ,
drouth, for instance, sent all the who are keeping it to feed to their trol," but the figures are highly con- everybody knows how much paper 9, CHAFE soothing, medicated pow
tle to market at The only shake fidential. British as well as Amer- bureaucrat der. Also relieve burning
once, ruining the hogs. way they can can use.
ican officials are delighted with the ANNOYS itching, of irritated ekin.
industry, making the banker's notes the kernels loose is to increase the
just so much wallpaper. price of corn. The only way they results, and the British are now ad- In Canada price ceilings mean
of American
)' But how, the simple citizen asks, can do that without breaking through mitting the superiority something The cost of living I -Buy War Savings Bonds-
-, can there be a price drop when the price ceilings is to subsidize corn-in precision bombing in knocking' off has gone up only 2 per cent in two !

government has placed a floor under I other words, buy it at a price which certain targets. years, while in the United States I WNU-7 14-44.
,, prices as ,well as a ceiling over will make it more profitable to the Germans Avoiding a Fight.In and Australia it went up almost 14
them? Well, see what happened to farmer to sell it than to feed it to the text book of air power, after per cent on the same scale of meas: '

our friend, the hog. The farmer his hogs. you have attacked the enemy's air- urement The Canadian people .
brought his pigs to market. The gov- Montague's argument is that be- craft industry, you aim at the en- are shelling out taxes at a rate '
: ernment fixed the price which the cause the cattle business is seasonalyou emy's planes in the air. And thatis which would equal more than 30 billion ,
packers were bound to pay. But so have to have flexibility in price.If what the RAF and AAF are try- dollars in this country Last
many pigs arrived that the packer the price is nailed down, the cat- ing to do now. But the Germans. year the Government of MacKenzie May Warn of Disordered
couldn't pack them and the law tleman will sell his grass-fed cat- are avoiding a fight. They are trying I King threw 4 billion dollars into the Kidney Action

didn't say he had to buy what he tle in September, instead of holdingout to check losses by keeping their kitty to beat Hitler Productionand Modern life with its hurry and worry
couldn't use. So the farmer, rather for higher prices in the spring, planes on the ground. national income in Canada have Irregular habits. Improper eating and
than pick up his pigs and carry and save going through the anguishof Occasionally, returning pilots con- doubled since the start of the war drinking-its-throws risk heavy of exposure strain on and the infection workof

them home again, 'sold them off at zero weather. Of 'course, under tradict this. "The man who says After the war Canada will ex- the kidneys. They are sft to become
t l disgracefully low prices to the smart price control, the theory is that the the Luftwaffe is licked is just plain pand like we did in 1900 The and over-taxed other Impurities and fail to from filter the excess Ilfe-oving acid
boys. Finally the smart boys got flexibility is provided by the sub- crazy!1" And they have battle Shipshaw power development in blood.

,. the floor price, the butcher got his sidy-excuse me again-by the gov- wounds for evidence. Explanation is northern Canada has an installed headache You may, dizziness suffer,nagging getting up backache nights,,
ceiling price which the consumers ernment offering a price premium i that the Nazis concentrate fighter capacity equal to the total capacityof leg pains, swelling-feel constantly
f with full pocketbooks and empty which gives the cattleman enoughfor I strength over one important target. Niagara Falls plants on both sidesof of tired kidney, nervous or bladder, all worn disorder out. Other are sometimes signs.
stomachs were glad to pay. All the a fair profit but doesn't increase Air experts say Germany is now the river. It has a contisuous> burning, scanty or too frequent
farmer got was mad. the price to the consumer and start urination. ,
in the desperate plight England was output of electrical energy greater Try Doan't PM Doan't help th r
This happened why? The govern- inflation. But the cattlemen don't in at the climax of the blitz of 1940- than that of our own great Boulder kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
ment says simply because some want sub-price premiums. They 41. The British now admit that, if ,Dam plant Canada, with less \\aste. They of public have approval.bad more Are than recommended hall a
farmers, seeing as how there ,was want prices to 'rise and fall in the everywhere.
the Germans had come over a few than a fifth of its water power resources by grateful users
going to be such a good market for good old-fashioned way. more times, they would have bro- developed, has the second Att. : your mighbcr'Price /
hogs, exceeded their quotas-got too And that is where the issues in the ken the back of England. But the largest amount of hydro-electric generating -
hoggish (one district in Iowa, I was fight over the proposed amendmentto Luftwaffe simply couldn't stand the capacity of any country in
told, increased its pig crop by 53 per the CPA bill are neatly joined. I terrific losses. the world.

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? SUNDAY |Lesson a4 NO f II Ell &I information on various subjects ?

.stif. NDUSE1iOLDS. Of The By HAROLD Moody Bible L. LUNDQUIST.Institute of D.Chicago.D. hhht4hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh The Questions 7. Where is the Sea of Galilee hhhh?

: Released by Western Newspaper Union. 1. According to accepted custom 8. When "dry ice" (solid carbon

I how long after her marriages dioxide) comes in contact with the

Lesson for April 16 a wife considered a bride? skin, what are the results?

2. What is said to be the first The Answer .
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected law of nature? -
V and copyrighted by International One year.
3. North America and Asia
Council of Religious Education; used by 2. Self preservation.
", Daily Menus Need Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu permission. the narrowest point are how many 3. Fifty-six miles. "
miles ?
:.' Changes to Fit SAUL'S EARLY PREACHINGLESSON apart 4. Alexander the Great. ...
4. Who was it that cut the Gor- 5. Old Glory; the Red, White

"' Family's Wants Chicken 'Noodle Paprika TEXT: Acts 9:19b-30; 11:25. 26. dian knot? and Blue; and Star Spangled Banr
5. What three nicknames for
I Broccoli Sliced Tomatoes GOLDEN TEXT: I am not ashamed of are ner.
f: Rye Bread Sandwiches the gospel: for it Is the power of God unto the flag of the U. S.? 6. Fourth.

! w.. .. Lemon Snow Pudding salvation Romans 1:16.to every one that believeth. 6. How does the earth rank in ff. Palestine.

1 rai \ Custard Sauce size in the sun's family of planets? 8. Severe burns.

Brownies "A changed man"-that oft-used
;s Recipe GivenAsparagus expression assumes real meaning as
Hand-Made and '
it is applied to one who has experi- Slip WHY TAKE

, and Spaghetti. enced the redeeming grace of God Panties in
r. (Serves 6) in Christ. In a special way this was Applique HARSH

1/ cups spaghetti, broken in pieces true of Paul, whose transformed life LAXATIVES?

; : 1 pint canned or cooked asparagusand amazed those who knew him beforehe
' had met Christ on the Damascusroad.
liquid ,
Simple Fresh Fruit DrinI
> flour .
2 tablespoons
2 tablespoons fat In our,lesson we find him in three :Makes Purgatives Unnec

1 cup rich milk different cities, serving his new- essary for :Most People

3 to 4 drops tabasco sauce found Master and Lord. WQ O

ii'.w Y2 teaspoon salt I. At Damascus-Confounding the Here's a way to overcome con-
1 cup buttered bread crumbs Jews (9:19-25). stipation without harsh laxatives.
Cheese, if desired "Straightway." What a good wordto Drink juice of 1 Sunkist Lemon ina

_ __', ='- """ ......_ _-_'W_ _, _ __ Cook spaghetti in boiling salted apply to the servant of the Lord. 4rat' arising.glass of water first thing on
water until tender. Drain. Drain Paul did not hesitate to declare his Most
people find this all
. You'll be surprised at how little the liquid from the asparagus, cut faith in Christ, to proclaim that the need-stimulates normal bowel they
chicken is needed for Chicken Noodle stocks in short pieces and prepare a One who had redeemed him was tion day after day!

! Paprika, but how good the cas- sauce from the flour, fat, milk and able also to save others.It \ Lemon and water is good for

serole can taste. It meets all the asparagus water, then add the tabasco is the normal and proper expression you. Lemons are among the rich
1 ,; requirements for a good, wartime sauce and salt. In a greased of Christian faith to give est sources of vitamin C, which

dish. i baking dish, place a layer of the testimony to others. That should be 1 ; combats fatigue, helps resist colds
cooked spaghetti, then one of aspar- true of every believer. With Paul and infections. They supply valuable -

Do you plan your meals to suit the agus. Cover with sauce and con- there was the added element of his amounts of vitamins Bi andP.
1 family's mood? tinue until all ingredients are used. They pep up appetite. They
call to preach, for God had ordained alkalinize aid digestion. Lemon
In spring, for instance, do you sat- Cover top with buttered crumbs. Top that he should be His chosen vessel /A'/// and water, has a fresh tang too-

: isfy their hunger for foods crisp, with grated cheese, if desired. Bakein for that purpose (Acts 9:15). clears the mouth, wakes you up,
j crunchy und light? Do you get away a moderate (350-degree) oven until One 'i s impressed by the promptand starts you going.
: from the too hearty and heavy foods heated, about 20 minutes. unquestioning obedience of so Try this grand wake-up drink

': of winter and Save Used Fats! many of Christ's followers of whomwe 4I 10 mornings. See if it doesn't help

heed the} change h You'll be getting the most out _of read in the New'Testament. No I f ti Lemons.you Use California Sunkist

in weather and your money if you serve this low-on- doubt that explains their power and 5697k
: appetite? If you : I chicken casserole. It's thrifty but wide usefulness. We could learn of

j '" don't, then you full of nutrition: them.

,I should Every Chicken Noodle Paprika. Paul's message was Christ. He You breathe freer almost
k instantly as just
family requires a i I (Serves 6 to 8) proved to the Jews that Jesus was m Ile 2 drops Penetro Nose

II change in food as ==\\tt"\i -= I % pound medium-cut egg noodles the Christ (v. 22)), the One of whom Drops open your to cold-
nose give
well as in dress. =*\m\ J ;= 4 cups boiling water their Old Testament Scriptures your head cold air.
Food.is fun for both and pIT Caution: Use only as
more you 1 teaspoon saltY spake and for whom they professedto LOVELY hand-made lingerie is directed. 25c 2%times
the family if you vary menus from cup diced carrots be looking. He declared Him to always a most welcome gift. as much for 60c. Get

. time to,time, weed out muchrepeated "V\ cup diced celery be the Son of God (v. 20). You can make this pretty and Penetro Nose Drop

\ recipes and add new ones 'to the Salt and pepper to taste They were unwilling to accept the very practical slip and matching

j family's' collections. Do keep in 34 cup onion, cut fine message. They were "amazed" at panties of white or tearose rayon
mind the changes of season and 2 tablespoons shortening They're Brassards
Paul and "confounded" by the truth satin or crepe. Do the flower ap
I their wealth of new foods and color V/2 cups chicken stock or gravy he proclaimed, but they rejected pliques of pale blue ,for contrast. Arm bands worn by certain sol

schemes .to add interest to, the diet. 1 teaspoon paprika: both it and him, and he had to escape diers to show the particular type._.

I 4 Sate Used Fats! .Vz cup.: minced, cooked chickenTo 'for' his '''lif ". But another" city To obtain complete cutting pattern for. of work: they are doing, such as "
'. the boiling water add salt and must hear his witness,' so we find slip, panties and applique, finishing instruction MP, are called brassards. They
for the Set
1 Vegetables herald the important egg noodles. Cook until all wateris himII.- (Pattern No. 5697)Applique sizes small Lingerie, mediumand are worn on the left sleeve above
coming of spring-and their use in absorbed and noodles are tender. At Jerusalem-Disputing With large send 16 cents in coin your the elbow.

t meals should be more generous, This requires about 10 minutes. Stir the Grecians (9:26-30): name, address and the pattern number.
even in the meat course itself where
frequently during cooking period.
Knowing his violent persecution of
1 they will act as a meat extender: Combine carrots, celery, onion and SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK FOR QtlICK RELIEF ,
the church, the disciples in Jerusa- 530 South Wells St. Chicago.
Meat Balls in Vegetable Sauce. shortening and .cook for a few min- lem were suspicious. Perhaps there
Enclose 15 cents (plus. one cent to
utes. Add chicken stock
(Serves 6 to 8)A ) paprika, was a measure of justification for cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo.

pound veal seasonings until and chicken. Cook slow- I such an attitude, but one is glad that ................. A Soothing C JPt A E.I If V C
ly vegetables are tender. Pour I there the ANTISEPTICUsed W t
y pound pork this mixture over the cooked egg was present generous, _Name ............................... by thousands with satisfactory fV
Barnabas believe
open-hearted ready
1 pound beef noodles, place in buttered casseroleand i in his brother, in Christ Address ............................. ents.suits for Get 40 Carboil years- six valuable ingredU
1 small onion new at drug stores or write
bake % hour at 350 degrees. and to him in the church. Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Teen.b. .
1 green pepper sponsor
Whole pieces of chicken be
Paul remained in Jerusalem this
1 carrot I used in place of the minced chicken.An .
,.. 1 stalk celery time for two weeks (Gal. 1:18), go-
' 2 tablespoons fat ing in and out, that is, in friendly fel

K cup applesauce lowship. That is just what the young

% cup moist bread crumbs Christian needs, and should seek. : "SORRY BOSS
2 teaspoons salt He also had something to make

., 1' pint tomatoes right. He had joined the Grecian
; 1 tablespoon flour Jews when they disputed with

.; 2 eggs Stephen (6:9) and stoned him. Paul

3 potatoes, diced had agreed with and joined them on s + :\ A HUNDRED

J Vi teaspoon pepper that occasion. Now by the miracleof f :;.
regeneration he is a new creature '
Chop parboiled or leftover
, vege- TODAY"DONT
and is the exactly opposite side.
tables. Grind meat and mix with !
8Y Now he disputes with the Grecians,
)+J I II l I !lJJJ/A! : applesauce, salt, breadcrumbs pep- declaring that Jesus is the Christ.- ; ; .

What blessed "
( a change
per and beaten
c'2 eggs. Form into They refused to tolerate that word, f
egg-sized balls. and prepared to kill him. But the fj

Melt fat, brown servant of the Lord was kept by j
; err meat balls, add Him. Paul returned for a time to 1
chopped vegeta- his home city of Tarus, but whena ;:
need of his services he was
bles and toma /Y/ arose 00 p f i
toes. Bake uncovered 25 minutes called out, and we find him- AA
inexpensive food is the salad I
I in a moderate oven. III. At Antioch Teaching the il
but it provides, the mineral and vitamin -,I
.., Christians l
I (11:25, 26)
Save Used Fats! riches necessary to good health.
and living, and satisfies the need Persecution spread the believers

-JII!! for change of texture and contrastin abroad (Acts 11:19), and like the

... Lynn Says menus. scattered brands of a beaten fire s 5 SORETONEt J
Sate Used Fats! they carried the flame of Christianity -
far and wide. Thus the gospel
.: Mottoes: Produce and preserve, Vegetables should be cooked until to Antioch the third LET aching muscles keep soothes fast withyou
share and play fair are mottoes they are just barely tender-then no came greatest off the job-if soaeroNgcanhelp.
l. which should be in every house- more. Then most of their vitaminsare city in the world of that day. A revival Soretone Liniment contains u f

hold notebook. intact, and the color is glorious.Here's broke out, and Barnabas was methyl salicylate, a most effective C 0 1D n ;IlIT .t
sent from Jerusalem to be of help. cold
This is what I mean, so check a casserole with a riot of pain-killing agent. Soretone's i
yourself on the following points new spring color: Good and spiritual man that he heat action speeds blessedcomforting II :
r (Acts 19:23 24) Barnabas did
) so that you can tell if you're doing -" Garden Casserole. was relief. A"TI 0 : i
': nothing to hintler this work of God, : II
the job on the home front (Serves 6)
: 1. Quickly Soretone act to en- i
but admonished the people to
l' .: Save cans-to meet the quota 2 cups white sauce hance local circulation. in cases of
"cleave unto the Lord, that is, to ,
J of 400,000,000 used cans 1 cup cooked new potatoes
,. month. every 1 cup cooked asparagus, cauliflower follow Him closely. Would that all, 2. Check muscular cramps. MUSCULAR LUMBAGO i
') broccoli spiritual advisers had such a spirit 3. Help reduce local swelling.
: Save waste paper and collect or OR BACKACHE '
and such sound judgment.He .
J.! scrap. Containers are made i/i cup cooked ,carrots was also wise in sensing his' 4.. Dilate surface capillary blood due to fatigue or exposureMUSCULAR !
,: from these to ship supplies to 1 cup cooked peas vessels.
> forces overseas. Yz cup yellow cheese need of help. So he went after PAINS

; Start the Victory Garden earlyto Make white sauce. Place vege- Paul, the very man to teach these For fastest action, let dry rub in dm t,colds !
.1) produce more food than tables in layers in buttered cas- young Christians, and to lead them again.There's only one Soretone !
", and insist it for Soretone results.
serole and white out into a radiant abundantlife on I ISOt.
did last
year. pour sauce over for the Lord. A big bottle, only $1. due ta evworfc I
Store leftover food correctly, them. Cover with finely cut cheese
. prevent waste. and bake in a moderate (350-degree) Here is was that the beautiful MINOR SPRAINS

.j .I Shop early in the day, early in oven 20 minutes.Get name of "Christian" was first ap
plied to believers. It is believedto : .
: the week. Accept no goods with-
.: out the most from your meat! Get your have originally been a term of I
stamps. meat roasting chart from Miss Lynn Chambers / rub.-
Substitute for ridicule, but even then it was a testi- :.M *Thourt applied cold.
scarce foods, facleut IncredlenU la Sortton -
by writing to her in care of Western mony, for it declared that these believers ; act Ilk* heat to
meals fu'J
to fir :
serve simpler save time Newspaper Union, 210 South Desplaines ; tM luporacitl ; !
and leave you more time for vital Street,Chicago 6,III. Please send were devoted to Christ and =-M' blood to(b* ana tnd Indue*.
a stamped, concerned only with pleasing and "and McKesson makes it" glowing IRDJ* at wsrmUl.S
war work. self-addressed envelope for your reply.
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I greatest period of!' expansion ?

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$45, advertising, $25, total, $70;; 'forms. The girls will be in charge five years between 1921 and 1926, i
Charles E. Minerlo opposes him, of football games next fall. when registrations more than
Hiata only the qualifying fee. Dis- Bruce Beardsley is president, doubled to 19,000,000. i '
"trict No. 2-J. O. Davidson, qualify- )Sherwood Hall, vice-president, and :_: Robert Ketring I
total, !Eric Thomas ,secretary-treasurer' of
lug fee, $45 advertising $25, I NOTICE TO MARINERSAn ?
'$70; J. C. Jackman, advertising the boys club. Charter members y
:$31.25 added to fee makes the total I,tare: Richard Pape, Horace Brown, area approximately two miles Y .rr
'$76.25; Selden L. Stewart added to i:Melvin Torbert, Buddy Poole, Frank square in Lake Okeechobee, approximately -I. :_: FORCOUNTY t
"his filing fee, advertising $25 to jHaiben, Johnny Sullivan,. MartyValdron seven miles northwestof ?
'make a total of $70. !I\ Jack Martinez, Junior Belle Glade and eight miles east
County Commissioner. District i,Martinez, Dean Holland, Clarence of Clewiston, bounded as follows: :: JUDGE f fIf :
}fo. 3-George R. Cason, fee $45, Stiles, Gene Mills Eric Thomas, northeast coiner, 26 degrees 47' x
advertising $10.75, total, $55.75;: I Buddy Trice Sherwood Hall, Ben latitude; 80 degrees 46' longitude; .t. x..
b ,
Paul O'Bannon, added advertising, I Bolton, Bruce Beardsley, Frank northwest corner 26 degrees 47'
etc., to the qualifying fee to add up Conklmg and Curtis Pullen. latitude; 80 degrees 48' latitude; :i; elected I promise to repay your vote of confidence 3

91.50; George L. Poole included I Mamie Trice is president of the southeast corner, 26 degrees 45' latitude :;:. by a fair, just, efficient and courteous administration. :?i:

$25 advertising to the fee to total [girls' club; Kathleen Lewis, vice- ,. 80 degrees 46' longitude; .:i. f',
'$70; W. N. (Bill) Stallings gave ad- southwest corner 26 degrees 46' ..

vertising $35.75 plus his fee to total sec-retary-treasurer. latitude, 80 degrees 46' longitude is I 'i'.......................................................... -Paid Political Adv. r.*.
$80.75nhile R. B. Waldron listed I : being used by U. S. Naval Air Sta- : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :.:.:.:..:..:..:..:..X"X..X..X..X..X..X"X5W'tUliili

gas and oil $2.48 and advertising i Frances O'Brien, Frances Sutton tion, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., as an
.$41.75 to the ,filing fee to total 'Maiy Nell Christian, Betty McDuffie aerial practice bombing range. Bomb-

$89.23. Betty Townsend, Marilyn Davis, ing operations are being conducted IU 1/1/ K. I II!111111111MI"J/ !Iii!I!IIIIII i rt?IIII!I II'\'; < I !.})'?g't 1 ',!!!: t1llhll illn III f.?'''I ililri'"lIllll: nilll!! ilTI
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County Commissioner. District Wanda Shelter, Margaret Williams, from time to time daily and all boats ..
No. 4-Harvey Dress listed $45 fil- I Barbara DeVane, Dorothy Sealey and are warned from entering this area. + .6.y

ing fee, advertising $35.75 and gas!Biljy) Surrency. [s] Lt. L.V.. AlfordLt. :
and oil $1.50, total $82.25; A. 'J. i i L. W. Alford :::
Evers, with 'advertising amountingto {!MOTHERS CLUB HOLDS Operations OfficerU. I: Dent rely on a I.
$87.90 added to the filing fee, ::MONTHLY MEETINGThe S. Naval Air Station

gave a total expense of $132.90, of the Mothers Fort Lauderdale, Florida. .
total of $56 April meeting r= .:.
while Earl S. Royer's Club was held at the Community _______________H__ i wish
advertising. ---
represented filing fee and *
Center Monday evening with the
District No. 5-H. G. Atchley
new president, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, in Y ?
$36 and traveling y
added advertising I
charge.. Mis. W. N. Martin conducted -
expense $4 to his filing fee to make
bore Jy. f t4JjjJ
short devotional program.
$85, while Asa Townsend gave advertising a
$36.75, which when addedto The topic discussed was based on
Parent's' Magazine article: "Invite
total of $81.75.
the fee makes a
board them into the kitchen," and was led
Dillon Hall, for school y
member, District No.2, listed only by Mrs. C. E. GerIcke. y
his fixing fee, $15; C. J. Richards, Toys were donated by various v? -

seeking the same office added advertising members for the nursery hour chil- tk/tP% z:49a : ..':.. ...\\O,4f. .?.'
to the fee to make $22.50, dren, who are cared for by the Club ( .:'
while E. 'L. Stallings, also in the during church services. A first aid :: ::
race, sho\vedv$19, advertising $4 be- kit will also be purchased for the :!: '.
.. ,. :
fee. ; 7i f6 =---
to the filing
ing added 1 1 .'.
F\ ,,
Mrs. Durience and Mrs. BoydT. a ( t ..
W. C. Bo\vdon, justice of the peace Foy : i
in District No.1, listed total expenses Vorhees were hostesses and served A '
;. of $33.75;. I. S. Bell, constable refreshments to Mrs. L. M. Weet- : savings account,

( in justice of the peace district man, Mis. C. E. Gericke, Mrs. C. L. .: ;
:_: with
: No.1, totaled $18.75, while McLendon. Mrs. Smith, Mrs. W. N. ( our insured ::

k- Walter Christian, seeking the same Martin, Mrs. G. H. Brown Mrs. Carl r

r, office gave fee $1 and advertising I II Johnaon, Mrs. Glen Brower,, Mrs. : i;: # safety, will provide ?
-. '$12.5Q to total $13.50. jL. M. Hutson, Mrs. H. B. Magill and 3 M5

I;' The second campaign expense account Mrs. David C. Hancock. r :: the things you want ::_:: }

< must be filed by candidates ..r-
April 21-25, inclusive, while the
thixd not late than June 2. FDR
:: ., ;
,:-, Ernest R. Graham- I' xr 4 asked Originally for 10 percentin we RAILROAD COMMISSIONER: v,.

bonds; now we Continue to profit from the servicesof ?
I 4. :: (Continued from Page 1) need considerablymore. a public servant of proven abil-

among, the best in the country, and I ity, experience, integrity and a desire !y:!
,' Us teachers are the highest paid in to be of service to the public 1. 1 v
and his fellow citizens. His decis- ,
L I/ the state. .
I '
.. { e'h
ions have been based upon evidence : :
He said he was for a system of "
junior colleges throughout the state I :and he will continue to follow that y:

and instruction at agricultural experimental policy. f x1111111111111 y
b4 stations. (Political advertisement pair' fo' by-
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He proposed that load funds be .

increased by increasing travel, which [ I fTHE BEST WAY TO Io

'way to increase travel is to advertise i t '1 a
YOUR Lor /$ TO
for more "visitors. I ;a FOR IIIi

"How long do you think any of BI//LDA HOUSEONT.J
your leading merchants in Tampa JA
would exist without advertising?" I GOVERNOR

Graham asked. "Florida can 'take e
o ... .
one percent of its road department qi.o'i'la' f, ; ti4y. <

funds for advertising and get $10 Mt r
back for every dollar spent. Egecec4eI7t4(4y.
"Some of the nation's most colorful 1' ", !
' and historically rich country lies 1 ;

\vithin the state, and it takes only ,

,. an advertising nod from the state to E $<,.. r:\. .;.7 ea ,to 0C
'w .,:<:
attract not only visitors but permanent r :N 0 :: :::" !J Z

residents." -( n' .'.. J.:f :...:.:; ..., ,:. : i
c. Re paid tribute to the program of r b ; '+ i\: .A\,':''$ A A 491 A da 8
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tee of Hillsborough county. Its pro- We welcome being called upon ')
'gram, he said, is good, but Tampa for "advice" on minor ailments .,
will need a good man in Tallahassee and recommend you see your doctor : a
": to work in harmony with the committee for periodical checkups.ALSTON'S IId For our next Governor, Florida should J

I ;a have the best qualified man in the race. 3o
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,; "Size up the record of the mpn AND Our next Governor will have to handle 9'g
i who are offering for this officehe
the problems of the war and the postwar u
:--. said, "and if you do, I feel sure that SEMINOLE DRUGS .
'you will cast your ballot for 'Ernest o era. These problems will be many and difficult. zM

':c'. R. Graham on May 2. .* CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA Inquire into the character, ability and experience of the candidates -

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: Le.x.GreenFOR Millard Caldwell is recognized to be calm, level-headed, en- W

ergetic and sincere; a man of sound business' ability and tested ao

I statesmanship. His record proves his capability and qualifications. i

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1 i iL'Harlem school principal who is assisting Railroad Candidate IAs a matter of fact, it affects vital- Pair In Trouble

PRICE PANEL BOARD ly the pocketbook of every consumer -
with Harlem merchants. The
Asks South FloridaTo in the state. Rulings of the Held For SlashingDeputy
of merchants were discussed -
: problems board, and rates and regulationsmade

i WORKS TO MAINTAIN and plans made to help them Consider Office by them, determine to a large Sheriff Willie Powers

work out their problems satisfac- extent the price paid for produce
I' found two slashed tires on his car
-'i; both here and in states where
; REGULATED PRICES torily. I i Angus Williams,. of Tampa, spent Sunday morning, one front and one

The board wishes it publicizedthat I I I several hours here Tuesday in the .ida produce is marketed." Flor-I rear. The 14-inch gash in each tire

'- I the local rationing office has i interest of his candidacy for railroad' He pointed out the fact evidently, had been done some timein

' 4 The price panel board meeting I tailroad commission the- night Saturday, and this is
.s_ forms for tenants ,to file complaints commissioner, contacting as many Shad not hada

for its bi-weekly meeting Tuesday i about rent violations. There is no I he was able to spend here. Mr. Willie member elected from South Flor- the story told by Sheriff Bill Mad-

evening, reviewed a recent survey I local: rent control board, but these was able to spend here, Mr. Williams ida for 30 years, and stated that dox:

forms will be mailed by the local is opposing W. B. Douglas, of George Randell had been picked
made by OPA of stores in
:r I farmers of the section had not
to' received up for drunkenness Saturday night.
f office the district executive who Lake City, who has held the office

: Clewiston area and found only one I I will investigate them. for 12 years. the consideration they deserved Barney, McClenithan and Russell Mc-

.- store guilty of non-compliance Theboard I' I from the board. "All three rail- Laughlin: tried to get him out and

sent a warning letter to the I I[ At the instruction of Col. J. T. The Hillsborough county commissioner road commissioners are from: a small failed. Then Sunday morning the

store and expects on the next sur- Terry, the price panel work from is attempting to arouse the area in the' northern part of the tires, badly whacked, were found.

LaBelle will also be handled by the voting public to a keener interest in
Sheriff Maddox
vey to find 100 percent cooperationand state. The whole area from Alachua said McClenithan

and compliance with all regulations. Clewiston board, 'and''the files from the personnel and affairs of the county south has no representation.It blamed the cutting on McLaughlin

r" that price board there will .be movedto railroad commission. "Too many and McLaughlin claimed both were
Those attending the board were, is time it should have, said Mr.

John J. Kettl, chairman, Mrs M. M. Clewiston.The Florida voters," he said, "think that Williams.IS in on it, yet to State Attorney Clyde

.i Prewitt, Mrs. E, C. Mills and Mrs. local price panel will meet the railroad commission is a board -- Wilson Tuesday McClenithan admit-

V. C. Woodward, members and again on Tuesday 25th, and anyone that affects only transportation, ted guilt and McLaughlin refused

ration clerks, and A. A. Thomas, interested is invited to attend. telephone and telegraph companies. YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? I Ito talk.

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BABY FOODS DRY DEANS. A PEAS--Coatlolle4 I lb. Sulk .11 .11 l\IlLK-CU.'NED Golden, Sweet.__No. z.' Can .14 .14

'; Beech Nut, Strained-__4% oz, Clue .Of .It Pinto Red lticlneyt __ 1 lb. Bulk .1.1% CONDENSED H.ppynle, Sugar, Wh1te____Na Z. CAD .14 .14
y. Nnt, Glass .I3 .12 Challenge _______14 ox. Can .17 .17 I H.rvest Inn Standard _._No. 2 Can .14.14
} ; =, Fruits I h&P egeteblee_4 r i :::: Glass .10 :le Allowance Under for Packaging 2 lb. Dry BuDS .t Peas: Dime Brand____ __II ox,. Can .14 .14 IJt.L., Cream StJle..Golden Bantam..No. Z. CAn .15 .15 1
,.,- Clapp Fruita" Vegetables.._4 4 oz, Can .0' ..ot Pkgs.. 2 lb. to 6 lb, ,114cPkgs. 2cPkgs. Eagle Brand_,_,___._. IS as. Can .22 ..22 Joan of Arc C Sty, Co. Gent, F.ncy.No. Z Can .17.1T
Clapp, Soups 41 4 oz, Clua .0' .Of "' Magnolia .14 on. Can .16 .16 Libby, Country Gentleman_.No. Z. CAn .11 .11
s- Clapp: Soupa_ _4!, ox. Can ... ..ISClapp 61b. to 25 lb., Vie per lb. Nestle's- ____ 14 oz.. Can .16 .16 Libby! Golden, SweeL_...............No. Z. Can .17 .11
25 lb. to 60 lb. lb.
Fruits A Vegetable._71:.8 oz. CI'IS.14 11Clapp Pkgs. %e per Rose ?___.14 Ot, Can .14 .14 Libby, TinY Kernel-_No. 2, Can .11 .11
Libby, Who Kernel, Cnty. GenL-No. Z. CAn .111 17Libby.
Fruits & Vegetable. $ or.. Can .11
-CLpp: Combination Dishe. ==Hr oz. Glau l :U .13 FISHPROCESSEDAll Burden's Silver Cow_...__.I4f ox. Can ..11 .11 Wh, Kernel. Golden; SweeL.-No. Z. Can .18 ::17
.. CLpp, Combination i Dishes_614 Can.11 ,10v Brands California !llackereL-lS os:. Can .111 .18 Carnation____ .14l'i ox. Can :.11 .11 Mayflower, Stti. White, Sweet, _
w., :t : : .50 .50 ..U'ox.. .11 .11 Crushed _._. No. 2 Can .14 ,14Milford
Gerber a. All Types 4 y' Can 08 08 All Brands Alaska Red S.lmon16 oz. Can Libby's Can> -- -
t'\' Been:, Strained Frultat 4y! oz. CAn .09 .09 All Brands Chum ___ 05.. Can .Z6 .26 Nestle'sPet ===_=._== .lift ox. Can: .11 .11 Whole Kernel 12 on. Can .17 :.17
; Heinz, Strained Vegetablest -- ox Cao .09 .09 All Brands Pink Salmon....__._..16 01., CAn .27 .%7. ..,__ i1b'oz.Can .11 .11 Milford, Cream Style Golden _No 303 CAD .U .14
Heinz, Beef Broth, Bed A Liver All Brands California Sardines, Nat- PleeZmzSwift's -14 i', oz. Can .11 .11 Milford, Cream Style, Golden -No. 2 Can .18 .17
N I Soup, Vegetable With Lamb .t ural Type ______15 d'I. Can (OVAl) .16 .16 : ______ 11 Si oz. Can .11 .11 Milford Cream Style, White _.....No. 2 Can .18 .17
";. Custard Puddlngt __41'1 0z. CaD .08 .08 All Brands California Sardines, Natural Milford, Whole Kernel, Golden __No. 2 Call .18 .IS
r.2 .Heiru Junior, AU Typest _4Y, oz. Can .10 .10 Type _.. 15 01. Can (Tall) .IS n OILS-COOKING & SALAD Natl.n's: Pride, Who En!., V. P.. G.B12 oz. Can .17 .17
Libby All Can .08' .08SWkely All Brands CII1if. Sardines, Tom. or Golden West __ _Gal. Glass 1.89 1.89 Nlblete_.___,..l2 01., CaD ... ..15Nibleta
I lieble'_ _HI :::: Can. :08 :07sWkely Must. Type ______1S Os. Can(Ovs1) ,17 .17 Jewel ____.1't. Glasa.Qt Jl JI ___.____ oz., CAn .18 ..18Phillips
FrUifl: 4ya ox, Can a.08 A8 All Brands Calif. Sardines, Tom. or Jewel Glass .53.58 Cr., Delicious: Gldn. Bntm._ : 2,. Can :U ..13Rosedale
Must. ,Type ___IS Ot. Can (Tall) .U .14' Matola _-_.PL, GlossQt .34.34 Golden l Sweet No. 2, Can ',15
Rosedale, Sugar, White__.._No. 2. CAn .16 .15
Brands MAine Oil Sardines
All Keyless Maxola Glass .63.63Muol.
BUTTER R08ed.le, Who Kernel, Country Gent.No. 2. Can .1' .IS
Packed in Cottonseed Oil orSo'bean -Gal. Glass 2.19 2.19
;:5 All Brands, 89 Score % Ib Prt lIb Cta osz 52A Oil _____-'As Can (PlaiD) .08 .08 Sala ./i Gal. Glass ..98 .98 Rosedale Who Kernel, Golden, SwtNo. Z. Can ,16 .1\
_......,"Jo. 2 Can .17 .17
Snider Cream Style, Fancy
;' ;,t All Brands, 89 Score 1 lb. Roll .51.51 All Brand Maine Oil Sardine, Keyless SaleU Gal. Glass 1.86 1.86 ,
.AU Brands, 90 Score" Y Ib Prt lib Cta .53 52 Packed In Cottonseed Oil or 77 OU L____.. _Cat Class 1.92 192 Snider, Extra Std, MiBtletoo _12 oz. Can .16 .16
{ AU Brands, 90 Score" _1 lb. Roil 52 51 Soybean Ollt ___ Can (Wrap'd) .08 ..08E.twell' Wesson -___Pt. Glass ..34.34WelSon Stokely, Who Kernel, Vacuum PaekNo.1 CAn .16 .16
All Brands, 92 Scores y Ib Prt, lib Ctn .53 52 Grated Tuna ____7 oz. Can ..37.37E.twell ________--:..__. Qt. Glass .64 '.64 Stokely, Who Knl., Fancy, V. P.. G. B12 oz. CAn .11 .11
,,. S .;, All Brands, 92 Score" 1 lb. Roll 52 51 Tuna, Light Meat Stand.rd-7 oz. CaD ,.34 '.34 Wesson ____Gal. Glass 2.13 2.13 Stokely, Cr. Style, Fancy Co.Golden Cent-Jio. Can .17.17
All Brands, 93 Score 1i Ib Prt lIb Cta .53 .53 AU White Tana, White Meat _7 oz. Can .41.41 Stokely Bantam, Cr._Style_, Fancy, No.2 CAn ..11.17Stokely
All Brands, 98 Score __ 1 Ib Roil .52.5% OLEOMARGARINE -
Who Kernel. Gldn. Bantam_No. 2 CAD .18.1&
r ,&. .AU Brands, Processed" 1 lb. Print .46 .46 FLOUR & FLOUR MIX All Sweett __ __.1 !Ib. Pk(<. .26.25 Stokely Who Kernel, Country CentNo. 2 Can .18 .16
;.1.5 -AU Brands, ProcesRdo __1 lb. Roll .45 A5c Aunt Jemima Bkwht. Pancake Flour":20 on., Pkg. .20 .20 Blue Bonnett 1 !Ib. Pkg. .27.26 Swing Whole KerneL__=Ya 2 Can ,11.17
M Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour20 oz.. Pkjt. .16 ,16 Churngoldt 1 lb. Pkg. .26.25 All Other Brands Std., Crushed Cr.
CEREALS Ballard PancAke Flour Regular PkC. .13 .13Buquick Dixiet 1 lb. Pkg. ..27.26Cood Style, Packed in DeL Md or Va- No. Z. CaD .14 .It
k ____23 Pkg. .21 2lBuquiok Luckt 1 lb. Pkg. ..27.26Mayllowert '
'Cbeulo.ts ______ 7 os, Pkc. .14 .U oz.
__, 1 lb. Pkg. .
_____ __ .__40 on., PkC. .:tt .3,
Cream of Wheat____14 oz. Pkg. .15 .15 Pk ..t7.26Sweet
Nucoat _
Dromedary Gingerbread Mix :_..-U oz. Pkg. .22 ..22DuJra April Showers, Medium-Sm.n, June..No. 303 Can .15 .15
+ Cream of Wheat____28 oz. Pkg. .26 ,.26F .20.20
16t .. __ lb. PkK.
My 11 Pkg. .25 .25 ___._ No 303 Can .14 .14Atteaun
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Cold Medal Oats ___ .__;._16 oz. Pkg. .10 .10 : -
; Golden Center Whcnt! Germ __16 oz. Pkg. .t7 .27 Duff Mullin Mix_ 11 on. Pkg. .25 .25 SUGAR : Sweet.. No: 2, Can .16 :i5
171 I. G. A. Corn Flakes 6 ox Pkg. .05 .05 Dull' Watne Mix _._____14 oz.. Pkg. .25 .25 Blue Ridge, 2 Sieve, Ex. Std. _No. 2 Can .19 18
'a L C. A. Com Blakes __11 oz. Pkg. .09 ..08Xellon' Pillsbury Bkwht. Pancake Flour __20 ox. PkC. .17 .17 Granulated, Bulk_ Per lb. .01 ..07Contectiol'ers Blue Ridge, 3 Sieve, Ex. Std _So. 2 CAn .18.11 ,
All Bran 10 os, Pkg.! .14 ---..14e Pillsbury Pancake Flour__ :'__2Q oz.. Pkrr- .1C ,.14 (4X,)" 1 lb. Pkg. ,.09. .08 Blue Ridge Garden Run _--No. 2 CAn .18 .....17
0 .; Kellogg' All Bran._..: .__16 oz; Pkl- '-.u .23' Quaker Euckwhellt Pancake Flour egalar Pkg. .20 .20 Brown (Light) .._1 lb. Pkg. .09 .08 Buddie, 4 Sieve. Early JUDO _So. 2 Can .IS ".15' -. -
KelloU's 40% Bran Flakes'' 8 oz, Pkg. .11 ..11Kellogg's Quaker Pancake Flour __Regular Pkg. .15 ..15Sno SYRUPS AND MOLASSES Champion, Early June No. 2 Can '... ...
401 Bran Flakes _14 01. Pkg. .16 .16 Sheen Cake Flour U or. Pkg. .32 ..32Softastlk Del Monte, Early GArden __No. 2 Can .19 .18
e Kellogg's Corn Flakes___ 6 oz, Pkg. .06 .06 CAke Flour 41 ox. Pkg. .3% .3Z Alaga, Cane & Corn ___12 ox. Glass .11' .11 Del Monte EArly Garden =----No. 303 Glans ,19 .19
Kellojil Com Fl ___ oz. Pkg. .10 .10 Swans Down Cake Flour_ H ox Pkr.. .3% .32 Alaga, Cane & Corn --23 oz. Glass ..19J7 .19 Fresh Flavor Early June _"Jo. 2 Can .1$ .15
Kellogg' Com '.___ ox. Pkg. .15 .14, Alaza. Cane & Corn_ .78 ox. Glass ..57Bonita' Garden Gift, 6 8 6 Sieve, Std., SweeLNo. 303 Can .13 .11
Kellogg's Pep___... 8 oz. Pkg.' .11 .11 FRUITS & FRUIT JUICESCANNEDPEACHES -24 oz. Glass .17 .17 Garden Gift, Std.. Sweet _No. Z Can .14.14
Kellogg' Rice Kruples.___.5ox, Pk& .1C .14 Banta _.______ -"''io. 5 Glass .43 .48 Garden Gift, 4 SIeve, Alaska __No. 2 Can .15 .1$ '
Kellogg' Shredded Wheat_12 ox. Pkg. .1% ..12Kellogg's Br'er Rabbit, Cane & Corn _14 ox. Glass .16 .16 Carden Gift, 6 A 6 Sieve, Sweet -No. 2 Can .14 .14
Wheat Krumbles__ 9 oz. Pkg. .IS ..13Ktx. PleeZing, Y. C. Fancy No. m Can :: .:: 'Cane Patch ____ _24 ox. Glass .23 .23 Garden Patch Sweep No. 2 CAn .19.18 -
Realm, Y. C. Standard No. Can Cane Patch _No. S Glass .65 .65 No.2 Can .15.1$ '
Great Northern
.______ __ ____ 7 OL. Pkg. .14 .14 {
MArvin Puffed "heat ___4 oz. Pkg. .05 A5Mother's Rich Flavor Standard HalveeNo.. 2y CAn .27 .26 Cana Sweet __. .16 Glass .19 .19 Green Giant, Fancy __8 oz Can .10 .10 '
Oats, Quick or Regular -20 oz. Pkg. .1% .12 Rich Flavor, Y. C. Halves _--No. 2y, CAn .27 .26 Happy Kid, Cane & Co---;; 12 Class .11 .11 CreeD Giant, Largo Swell.---- No. 2. CAD .19 .18
lolother's Oats, Quick or Regular _48 oz. Pkg. .26 .26 Rich Flavor, Y. C. Sliced _No. 214 Can .28 .27 Happy Kid, Cane & Com -23 ox.. Glass .19 .19 Green RIdge, Early Jane ___No. 2 Can .IS .15
.Mother' China Oats ___.__ oz. Pkg., .34 ,33 Royal Arms, Y. C. Choice Halves _No. 2V i Can .29 .2' Happy Kid, Cane 8 Corn No. 5 Glass .58 .58 Green RidgeS Sieve, Alaska _No. 2 CAn .15 .15
NAbISco Shredded Wheat__Large Pkg. .13 .U SacrAmento, Grade "A" Halves -No. 2V Can .32 .31 Karo. Blue Label_ _23 ox. Glass .18 .IS U.ppyvale,2 Si eve_____No. 303, Can .16 .16
National O _.______ oz. Pkg. .U .12, Sacramento, Grade "A" Sliced ___No. zy Can .33 .3% Karo, Blue Label No. 5 Glass .46 .46 Happynle, I 5 Siove_._--No. 303. Can .13 ,.23Happyvale
National O.ts__.__ 48 or., Pkg. .26 .26 PEARS Karo, Green Label .23 oz., Glass .19 .19 2 Sieve ._ No Z. Con .17 ..11Uappyvale.
National 3-Mlnute ___ oz.. Pkg. .12 .12 .31 .30 Karo, Red Label .23 or. Glass .19 .1' LArge Green._No. Z Can .15 ..1SI.
Avalon Bartlett No. Zy Can
National 3-MlDute Oatz____d8 oz. Pkg. .26 .26 Avalon, Standard ___--No. 2Y Can .31 30PlceZing Karo Red LabelNo.. 5, Glass .47 ..47 G. A., 4 Sieve, Sweet, Fancy -No.2 Can .18 .18
Leg Cabin, Maple Blend -16 ox. Glass .26 .26Maple Kist June._ No. 303. CaD .13 .1%
Pawnee Oats _:__l4 01. Pkg. .10 .10 .36 .35 Kounty ,
Choice Bartlett 2Y, CAn :
Ade, Maple Blend -Qt. Can .47 .47 Kist. Sweet.___No. Z. Can .16 .15 .
Peyote Oats ____42 oz. Pkg. .23 .22 .32 Kounty
Standard Bartlett _No. Can .33
Realm 2Y
Pillsbury Farins..,........_.__14 01., Pkg. .09 .09 Sacramento, Cinde "A"__No. 2l'r. Can .39 .38 Maple Ade, Maple Blend _y, Gal. Can ,.90 .90 LeSueur, 3 Sieve Alaska, FAncy _No. 303 Can .17 .11
Pillsbury Farina 28 oz. Pkg. .17 .17 Plaza _!/ lb. Can .15 .15 LeSueur, Pearl No 303 CAn .11 .11
Pillsbury Health Bran _._20 oz. Pkg. ..18 .17 PINEAPPLE Plaza __ __5 !Ib. Glass .56 .56 Libby, Garden__ No. 303, CAn .19 .111
Post 40%: Bran Flakes __ 8 oz. Pkg. .11 .11 Del Monte, Cru .____ 2 CAn .23 .23 Red Rabbit _____l4 ox. ClassVt .16 .16 Libby, 2 Sieve__-No. 303 CaD .20 .20
Post 40'10 Bran Flakes _-14 or. Pkg. .16 .16 Del Monte .____ 23'a Can .31 '..30Del'Monte Red Rabbit.._ Gal. Class .49 .49 Libby, 6 Sieve, No. 303, CAn .15 .15
Post GrApenuts _____l2 oz. Pkg. .16 .16 Fancy Sliced__No. 2 CaD '.25 ..2SDcl Robin _..____-No. 5 Glass JS J>S Libby. Jumbo ------ No. 303, Can. 1d .17
Post Grapenut Flakes_ 'i oz. Pkg. .11 .11 Monte, FAncy Sliced No. 21' Can .31 .30 Signet Cane & Corn ,_ -14 ox. Glass .15 .15 Libby: : Garden No. 2 Can 20 :20
Post c.rapenut Flakes.-_12 oz.. Pkg. .16 .16 Dole', Crushed No. 2 Can .23.23 Signet ____..,...___-51 oz. Glass .46 .46 Libby 2 S'eve.__ No. 2, Can .22 22Libby.
Post Toutiea_____ 6 oz..Pkg .06 ,.06 Dole's, Crushed ,.___ No. 2YJ Can .31 .30 Vermont Maid, Maple Blendt .16 ox. Glass .26 .26 I 6; Sieve.___---=- No.2, Can .18.17
Post Toastles _.:..-___.11 01., Pkg. .10 .10 Dole's, Fancy Shced____No. 2 Can .25 .25Dole's Webb -.- _30 ox. Glass ..35.35 Libby, Jumbo__ _ No. 2. Can .20 .20
White Label _._._._ -No. S Gloss .68 .68 McGrath, Champion Sweet y.No. 2 Can .16 .16
Post TODltiea ____18 oz, Pke. .15 .14 Fancy SlIced___ No. 2y! CAn .31 .30 ---- e
F Poet Raisin Bnn-____-l1 oz.. Pkg. .13 .\3. Dole's, Gems ..______No. 2 Can .25.25 Aunt Dinah, Molasscattunt .16 oz. Glass .20 JOJO Milton 3 Sieve Early June No. 2 Can .16 .15 r
i Purity Oats 14 01. Pkg. .10 .10 Dole's Fancy Gems ___No. 2V Can .31 .30 Dinah, Dark Molasses __16 ox. Class.20 Minnesota VAlley, Small June--No. 303, Can .1. .U
Quaker FArinA_ 14 oz. Pkg. .10 .10 Dolo's, Tid-Bits No. 2 Can ..25..25 Br'er Rabbit, Gold Label Molassest_16 ox. Glass J7 .%7 Our Favorite, 3 Sieve, Alaska _No. 2 Can .16 .15
,1 Quaker Farina _____._28 oz. Pke .18 .111 Gold Bar Crushed _-No. 2 Can 23 23 Br'er Rabbit, Gold Label Molasses -24 ox. Glass .39 .39 Our FavorIte, 4 Sieve, StandArd _No. 2 Can .IS .15
Quaker bluffeta _._ 8 Pkg. .10 .10 Gold Bar: _:_ No. 2 Can .2S 25Ildledale Br'er Rabbit, Green Label Molossest-16 ox. Glass .22 .J2J2 Phillips, Early June ____No. 2 Can .IS .15 u
'e' 'Quaker Rolled Oats, Quick or Reg._ 20 ; Pkg. .13 .13 Standard Broken Slices_ No. 2 Can .23.12 Br'er Rabbit Green Label Molasses _24 ox. Class .32 "' Phillips, Standard ___.so. 2 CAn .IS .15
Quaker Rolled Oats Quick or RcCfB 01., Pkc. .on .26 Hillsdale Standard Broken SlIcel_ No. 2', CAn .28 .21 Br'er Rabbit, Light Molasses __16 ox. Gloss JSJ3 J3 PleeZng.3 Sieve, Fancy __.No.. 2 Can .18 .IS
Quaker Premium Oats. _-48 oz. Pke. .34 .33 Libby'., Fancy Cruhed------._No. Z Can .23 23 Br'er Rabbit Dark Molasses ___16 ox. Glass J3 Rogers. 2 Sieve -- No. 2 Can .21 .%0
1:; Quaker Puffed Rice._ 414 0'. Pkg .\3 \3 Libby'., FAncy Cruohed.__ No. 21', CaD .31 .30 TEA Rogers, 3 Sieve, Fancy No. Z CAn .1'.19
-: Quaker Puffed Wheat__._ 4 oz.. Pkg. .11 .11 Llbby's, Fancy Shced_____No. 2 CAn .25 .25Libby' Rogers 6 Sine, Fancy __No. 2 Can .17.17 ,
Quaker Rice Sparkles _____4y 01. Plo.g. .13 ,13o Fancy Sliced_. No. .n 31 30Rosedale LOOSE. Rogers: 3 Se. Ch.. Early JUDe, Ex.
Ralston Shredded Ralsons___12 ox. .14 .14 I Crushed. : No.: 2 tan :23 23Stokely Lipton, Orange Pekoe __.4 ox. Pkg. .30.30 a 2 Can .19 19
Ralston Shredded Ralstons28 oz. Pkg. ..25 .25 Crushed ._____ No. 214\ Can .31 30( Lipton, Yellow Label __C ox. Pkg. .30 JO rie:2nM'vee: ===No.: 303, Can .I7 :.1TRosedale
Rolston Cereal Regular ....._ as. Pkg. .25 .25 Stokely, Fancy Slices _____ No. 2 CAn .25 .25 Matte, CAC Braxihan -4 ox. Pkg. .19.19 6 Sieve No. 303 Can .1$ .1S
Ralston: RyKr ap _6 to Pkg. .14 .14 Stokely, Fancy Sliced _'__".__ No. ZYJ CAn .31 30Ukelele Maxwell House_"..-.,..._ 4 ox. Pkg. Jl Jt Rosedale' LArge Croon No.: O&'D : ,
Ralston R -Krisp __lZ 01. Pkg. .23 .23 Standard, Hal Slicea _No. 2 CAD .23 .22 Standard Brand Inc. ___4 oz. Pkir..Hi :. J7 .57 Rosedale :18 I2
SkInner' Raisin Brau__10 or. Pkg. ,13 .13 JUICE Tender Leaf Orange Pekoe oz. Pkf. .11 .11 Rosedale, 2 Sieve No 2 CAn .20 ..20. rRosedale
Wheatena _: _11 oz. Pkg. .15'.1S PINEAPPLE Tender Leaf I .4 ox, Pke. .27 .27 6 Sieve No. 2. CAn .16 ..16Rosedale
Wheaten.- 2Z oz. Pkg. .26 26Wheatkes Del Monte, Unsweetened.-_No. 2 CAn .111 .18 Tetley _._ _1% ox Pkg.4 .10 .10 Large Green Na 2. Can .11 .11
__... __._ 8 0., Pkg.- .13 .IS Del Monte, Unsweetened__ 46 oz. CAD .43 ..42Dola's Tetley ___ ox, Pkg. .29 .29 St. CroiX, StandArd ..- No. 2 CAn .16 .15St. :
Unsweetened-_ No. 2 CAn .18 ..18Dole' Tetley, Orange Pekoe ___4 oz. Pkg. .29.29 Croroif 4 Sieve, Standard --No. 2 Can .16 16Stokely
Unsweetened___46 or CAn .43.42 : linos No.: 2 Can .19 .19
CHEESE-PROCESSED Cold Bar _.___46 oz. Can .43 ..43Libby's BALLS Sine Early Variety-No. Z. CAn .111 19Stokely
Lipton __________8a Pkg.( .10 .10 Stok..ly,1 ,
,, r 1orden, Alf Varieties v.. lb. Pkl' .24 24ft' Unaweetened-.No. Z Can .18 ..18Libby' Lipton 16' Pkg. ..21.21Tender 2 Sieve, Early V.notyNo. Z. Can .19 ..18Stokely
.24 .21 ., Unsweetened______46 oz. CAn .43 ..42Stokely'a. -_ 3 Sieve, Early Variety_No. Z. Can .18 .17
L Kraft, All Varieties $ lb. Pkg Leaf 8s Pkg. .10 .10
.24 Unsweeten ___No. 2 CAn .18 ..18Stokely' : Stokely, 4 Sieve Early V.rietyNo. Z. CAn .14 .14
,, .Ehelford, AU Varletlca y lb. Pk" .24 ,. Unsweetened__ Tender Leaf _____ _16s Pkg. .Z0.20 -
.IZ "lZ 46 oz Can .43 .n Stokely, Honey Pod N0.1 Can ,19 18
'Dorden Cream Cheese 3 oz. PkC. Tetley ___ -8s Pkg. .09 .0,
Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cheoae3 01. Pkg. .1.1% FRUIT COCKTAIL Tetley -16a Pkg. .17.17 I Stokely, Testy King Na 30S, CaD .17 .11
Sheflord; Cream Cheese oz. Pkg. .1% 12 PleeZlng ---__No. 2yr CaD .sa .38 TrelliS, Early June __ No.2 CAn .15 ..15Valiey
Borden Cream Spreads, O\lve-PlmeD.\ Sacramento, Fancy Grade "A" _No. 1 Can .21 21 VEGETABLES & VEGETABLE JUICES-CANNED Prime, Early: JUDe No. 2 Can .15.u
., i ; to &: Relloh ___---'-.___.5 oz. Clsu .20 .20iraft SAcramento, Fancy Grade -A" __No. Zy Can .sa .37 BAKED BEANSB I Yellow Bowl, Standard No. 2 Can .15.u
Old English Cream Spread5 oz. Clan 24 24. FRUIT-DRIED & M_. .18 ox. Class J2 22Champion Yellow Bowl 4 Sieve Early JUDe -Ne. 2 CAn .16.15
Kraft Cream Spreads, Olive Pmento, Sunsweet Prunes, Medium _.........2 lb. Pkc- .37 X36Sunsweet Pork & Beans No. 303 Can .18 .18 All Other Bl"lnds--Standard.
C' Pintento.American & Relih ._5 oz. Glass .20 .20 Prunes, Large __lib. Pkg. .10.20 Heinz, Fancy 1714 oz. Glass Jl Jl Packed in Del. Md. or VL--.No. 2. Can ... .15
Sheft'ord Blue Cheese Cream Spreader 01. Class .24 24SheQord Sun Maid Ralslna, Nectar Seed1esst1S oz. Pkll. .16 .16 Hu g's Pork & Beans -23 ox. Glass .18 .18 TOMATOESBrown
Cream Spreads Ohve Pi.i Sun Maid Raisin, Muscat Seeded _15 u. Pkg. .18 .18 HurfTa Pork It Beans .28 ox. Glass .20 .JO Stand.rd- No.2 Can .15.1S
-i mnnto. Pmlenta: & Relielt S oz. Class 20 ..zoCOCOA' GELATIN & Libby'a -17 ox. Glass .19 .19 Chop tank, Extra Standard --No. 2 CIII .14 .14
PUDDING. MIXTURES Josn of Ant ___-to. 303 Caa16 .15 .1$ Cole, StandardFairplay ___No. 2 C.n .14 14
Fargo C"ebliD' 5v oz. Pkg. .06 .06 M. P. Tomato Sauce, Standard __- ox. Can .18 .18 No 2\', CaD .21 %1'
&.CHOCOLATE I. G. A. Gelatin -.3% OL Pkg .06 A6Jell0 Old Glory Pork & Beans __-No. 2 Can .19 ..19Phillips Golden Harvest No. J CAD .15 ..15Ihnton.
Baker's Dot Chocolate a',oz. Pkg. .27 ,27 Celotlll, All Flavor oz., Pksr. .08 .08 I ___ -No. 303 Can ,16 .16 Standard____ 14o J Can .15 ...5McCrath
Baker's Premium Chocola'eBaker's ___ I oz, Pkg. a 20 Jell-O Ice Cnam Powder.,,__ 4'4 01. I'kg. .10 .10 Van Camp Pork & Beans -No.: 303 Glass .16 .16 No J .14 .14
Breakfast Cocoa____ 8 ox, Pkg.: :.13 Jell-O pudding, AU Flavora._ 4Y, 0.0 Pkg. .08 .08 GREEN BEANS Manchester, Ex. Standard _-No. % CAn .14..1.
Baker's Breakfast Cocoa__ 16 ox, Pkg. .21 ..21 Junket Rennet Powder r_Regular: .11 11 Big Lake, Cut __-No. 2 Can .13.1S Mantua, Extra Standard No.2 Can 15
Best Cocoa ______-.:..-1 lb. Pkg. .2.2% Junket Tablets _- --' -Regular iS 13Knox Big R. Extra Standard, Cut ___No. 2 Cano .13 .IS Sacramento, Fancy, Solid Pack _No. 214 Can .u .23
llershcy's: Cocoa 8 ox. Pkg1 .13 .13 Gelatin -= 1 Pkg. f.s) 22 :21 Dew Kilt Extra Fancy, Cut J Can .20.20 Stokely, Fancy Na 2 Can .18 .11
Hershey'a Cocoa _=====.__ Ib. Pkg. ':.21 :.21 Kre-M.1 Pudding. AU FI.vora.,.__ 41'!, oz, I'kg. .OS .05 Diamond R .No. 2 Can .14 .11 Woods Standard __ No. J CAn 14 ..14AU
x My.T-Fme Pudding, All Flavors ._4 oz, Pk& .06 .06 Cut _- No. 2 Can .17 .11 Other Brands-Standard,
COFFEE Royal Gelatin, All Flavors ____3 oz.. Pksr .08 .08 Exquisite Exquisite, Fancy Fancy, Whole s _-No.2 C.n .19 .19 Packed In Del, bed. or Va.-_ No. 2. CaD .14 .I! .
Royal Pudding, All Flavor ___4Y j 0'. Pkg. .011 .08 Florida Cut __ No 2 Can .14 .l4 -
Arco____ l'Ib.. Clasa .2t ..2tBailey'a Fresh Like. Cut _.___No. 303 Can .19 .It TOMATO JUICE '
4h Supreme' 1 lb. Glass J8J7 J3 LARD AND ,.SHORTENING- Fresh Like, French Style __No. 303 CaD JO 20 flw-T, Extra Standard _-5 V! oz. CIII _. .00.oS
Beech NuL__. -- I Ib. Glass J7J9 _No. 2 Can .13 .1Z O oz. C.n .U. '..nUbby
PURr:: LARD Golden Harvest, Standard, Cut Bur<<
__ .:..
BOlICul ; ___I lb. Glas J9JO Armour Star _____1 lb. Pkg. .%Z'.2% Libby, Cut, 2 Sieve No Z. Can .It .18 _._' 14 oz. CAn .0' .oJ
,u, Chase: Sallbora_ 1 lb.. Pkg. .35 35 Armour, Star 4 110, I'ke. .88 ,..81R.lh Libby; Cut, 3 Sve.____ No Z. Can .It .18 Libby -20 0', CAn .13 .12
Dot Monte,____.1 lb. Glass 36 J8J3 m.ckbAwk ,___ _,1 Ib PkgoA .21 .21 Libby Cot, 4 Steve No. Z. Can .17 .11 LIbby-____,_- --47 oz_ CAn .28 ..28'Stokely
Fleetwood 1 lb. Pkr. 33 Rath Blaekh''K-----4?: lb. Pkg. .87.86 Lord Chesterfield ._____..No. 2 Can .17 .11 Fancy ___ Na Z CAll .14 .14
Gold Bar __ __ _,.__ 1 lb; Gla.a .34 i. .34 No. 2 Can .18 Can .28 .
Bro. Rex __.__..___I.lb. Pkg .22 .11 McGrath, French Style .19 Saerament0 Fancy' Grade A -- 1e 1
}Losl.nn"tills lib: Glass .39 J9JO Rex ________.4 Ib. Pkg. '.86.85 Mayflower Cut ____:_..__No. Z Can '.14 .14 Webster, Grade A __ Can .14
,)tuwell 1louur..r -lib.. Pkg. .n.as 33k' Swift, Sliver Leaf ___-I 110. Pkl' .21.21 Oak Hill, Extra Standard __No. Z CAn .14 .14
11b? Pkg .35 Old Glory, Cut _._. No. 2 Can .14 .14
Swift Sliver Leaf 4 lb. Pkg. .87.86 POULTRY
; Maxwell Hoase.-. ; _. _1 lb. Glans .39 39Miulon
;, ; ?, Wilson Laurel _-----1:: lb. PkC. 22 .21 Palm Beach, Standard No. Z Can- .13 .13 LIVE I'OULTRfBroilers"
Olteola I lb. Glass Wilson, I..urel ______4 lb. Pkg. .87.,6 R-Best. Standard -_-No. 2 Can .13 .IS
() ._: ---r I Ib.I'kg_ .2$ .25 Reliable ..._-1 lb. PkC. .86.&S' Russell's, Cut _______.. No. Z Can .13 .13 Fryers, under 4 lbs-Per lb. .4l .41
ver 1 Ib PkR: .30 JO Stokely, Fancy, Cut 2. S. 4 Si..v.-_.No. :1 Can ..18JO. .18 Hens any t- ,- lb. 36 38
PLeoyalZfSAg( n.? :4_ (--- 16: Pkq.lass. J6J3 36t Bakerite HYDROGENATED SHORTENING 1 lb. Mell. .26. 26Bakerite Etokely, Fancy, 3 Sv, Whole RefngM.No J Cu .20 Old ltoonters _== = =Per lb.: 31 3l

KaRes Stag art' ____ I Ib lb., Glass .4* A0I' 31 .__..____ ?_ x Ih. Pkg: ,72 ,.72Cylsco Stokely. Wax, Fancy, Cut 2 Cap .19 .111,17 Roasters. 4 lb. and apt I'u Ib. .41 .41
__.No. 2 Can .18
5anka-------_ .. :__ lb. Glass .42 .4% -_lib.' Clan .21 .21 Superfine, Wax Cut DRESSED POULTRY
Crisco _____ ___ 3 110.. Glass ..15 ..15Sno.KNem All Other Cut. .47
!b. ,41.
lbe.i Per
.:. lb. Pkg. .70 .70 Packed In Del, Md. or Va__ No 2. Can .n .15 Broilers II Fryers under 31S
Per !lb. ..U.nOld
k DRY EDIBLE BEANS & PEASt Hens, any weight
SnowdrUL- ___lib.. GI..a .26 .2& CORN I'u lb.. .37 37
r, Blackeyet __1 lb. Bulk ,n.1Z Snowdrift> __ __,: 3 lb. Clu. .n .'73 Artesian Cream Style, Golden __ No. 2. Can .14 .14 lb. and Per lb. .47 -. .41
..i+i it Gub.nut 1 Ib:Bulk .16 .l6 Spry ._._:"--- _- 1 lb. Clau .27 ..27Spry. Del I Man, Cream Style, Golden ..__ No. I. Can .11 .10 Roasters, 311 upt
,GreatNorthernt ------1 II>. Bulk .11 .11 .._----.-. ..__.__..__ J lb.:.Glass.75. ,73' Del Mail. Cream Style. Golden__._.No. 2. Can .16 .IS DRAWN POULTRY .J ,.',
:. O;.. k Green Split Peat ___ 1 lb. Bulk .16 .1 6 OTHER f.1I0RTI-NING Del Maix\ Niblcts _.___.______.1% ox. Can .16 .lii Per'lb. .60.M
+ ---.._--,,,-. -l lb. Bulk .16 .1 6 Advance, Domino, FluJl'o, Jewel, ScoC9. .. Del Monte Cream Style, Golden! _No. 2 Can .16 .1& Brollcrs & Fryers, uuder 2K Iba.- .52.6%
Lima,sab f__----:...-::.::' _I :1b. Bulk .12 :.32u' Vecetole _._______--.1 Ib.. Pkg .21 .11 Del Monte Whole Kernel Golden__ 12 ox. Can .11 .11 Hens any weight_. __.__---Per Per 10. 4T .47
Llm. Larget 1 lb. Balk .14 .11 Advance, Domino rlulfo, Jewel, Sco-' < Garden Patch Cream Style Golden No. 2, Can .18 .IS Old Itooatera Per Ib. .60 '.60
'N.vyl .:..' .----:-:- 1b. Rulk .11 .11 .\'egetole .-_--... ......."'""7'4 lb. Pke. ,84. .84 ,Garden Patch, Whole Kernel. Golden 12 ox. Can .15 .IS : Roasters, 21i. lb. and ups

r r- .. rr4.acr 000L #Yasitt-Lla-14
Baited 110. .e.ot
IV-CPP-16-B tThis item did not appear on. previous poster. 'price of this item changed since printing! of previous potter.

1' NEW CEILING PRICES FOR FOODS-Here ore top )legal: prices for Group_ I and II stores in this area These prices effective March 1, apply in the following Florida counties": Brevard, Charlotte, C,llier, De-

: for the food items listed, publidicd as a service to merchants and customers. Each store has its'group I Soto, Glades Hnrclce Henilry, Highlands, Indian River, Lee, !Manatee, Martin, Olleeclioliee,_Orange, O- I

number displayed HOUSEWIVES':: ARE URGED TO SAVE AND USE TillS LIST WHEN SHOPPING. ceola, Palm Beach, Polk St. Lucic, Sarasota and Seminole. '


'., f This price list published through cooperation Parkinson's, Inc., Royal's, and the Clewiston News







Get Truck I I hearts of American fathers and mo- Last Notice Farmers -
How To
I thers-is the hope and expectation ATTEND THE POLITICAL RALLIES -'
Parts Is OutlinedHundreds that their children shall have a bet- And Landowners
ter chance- in life than they, them-
selves had, Judge Edmunds said. Farmers and-landowners who intend -
of broken down "This Is the American Dream
| : to comply with the AAA pro-
and buses are lying idle" throughoutthe I that our children and our. children's meaning receiving paymentsfor :
I gram A MAN OF
southeast because their owners I j children will live in a nation of opportunity 1944 practices, must come to the HIS WORD
1" and many small garagemen have where 'life, liberty and the county agent's office in the court-
yet learned how to go about gettingthe I', pursuit of happiness' arerealities;
house at once and fill out farm
their OFFERS.
critical parts needed for YOU HELP
where courage, effort and integrity plans blanks for 1944, according to
repair, the Office of Defense Transportation -,
will open- the way to positions of County Agent H. L. Johnson.
and the War Production Opposed to political promises,
I leadership, honor and distinction; This must be done before SatuL'day -
Board reported yesterday. and that this heritage shall :be the I '% Sen. Ernest R. Graham, war
next, April 15, since these plans
In a joint statement, district of-I birthright of every American child," must be sent to the state departmentof 'a-- veteran, farmer, business man,
fices of the two federal agencies Judge insisted. J proposes for Florida
Edmunds agriculture office after closing only that

pointed scarcities out, parts that are despitfe now war availableto time I I "The American Way is the way of time Saturday. Those who fail to r';. : which he has PROVEN success- ......
free It is the
enterprise. simply sign up will not receive payments.Paid ful in his own business.
keep essential vehicles in opera- matter of giving our American boys 4
tion. I and girls a fair:; break in a free field /' Nz ELECT ERNEST R.
However, many: small truck oper-I i in the game of life; 'chance to attain ,
ators, including a large number of whatever station distinction .V'--r -
[ or t s ,
farmers have not :yet learned how I their endowments and efforts entitle -; \4GOVERNOR'
} I j I
to gc about getting the needed parts. them to. -
Here are the rules ,listed by E. n.1 .
Rowland, ODT District Manager iu t .
Tampa, and Tampa WPB District !
Manager ,Herbert A. Brennan for (Paid Political Adv.)
( Political Advertisement) --- ---- -
the guidance of garagemen, parts i --
SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 1944
of essential --
dealers, and owners
Shnday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C.

vehicles.ed 1.part Do if not the attempt old part to get can a be need-repaired -I E. Gericke all ages.Morning, .superint ndeni. Classesfor YOU CAN TRUST HIM WITH YOUR VOTE

or reconditioned by local or Worship, 11:00 a. m.
nearby facilities. A nursery for young children is I

2. If the old part cannot easily conducted by the Mothers' Club at "'
'be reconditioned or repaired, con- the Community Center. \I F2- __ ;
tact all local and nearby parts dis- "The Way of 'the Burning Heart" ,I c-. ccMC7hn _
tribution Jobbers, dealers and used I is the theme of the minister's ser- ? t-J I JUbQ1
parts dealers. mon.' 11i <""; 5 1 Y' ;

; 3. If the part cannot be located, Young People's Meeting at 6:00p. r.V / (f/ .
then have a dealer, jobber, or parts m., for those of high school and t.1! I t ,::Y "hv. ;
; :
distributor fill out a WPB "Certifi- juniorhigh age. (l IU Vt \ .; t .,
( \v. 11 )
cate for Emergency Repair Order" You are cordially invited to wor- ;- \ U "
"SJIfl} ici1y g it along With his order ship with us.Let's. j..s (I \ Nt Fp ....r\\ FJF P7I ,

;Ito Ml- manufacture of the ij''; '" rrww..,... ''Q I ) i i 34 'I '-
This WPB order will receive a fac-I .Zt/itjfv. 1 ":i.vimlllllm;: e
priority over all stock V ,.11 ) I "
tory .
and delivery will usually be made I I I .....t'J) :-F>-==ll.C-_ ,I
I -1ft
within two weeks. Sometimes, Have Tt7 jlTI1 I I" u ,
however the needed part has _gone I I -- ..- -" --
I -
out, of production or other circumstances I I -

prevent the order being im- I

media ejy filled. In this event,, operators I L.Ji I I JlI/ -' ,\
of commercial motor :equipment -; : ::
may then: SUCCESSFUL :-.. .. ;... : (

4. Appeal to the Maintenance ELECT
Specialist at the nearest District Of- .A 'I'1: /1

fice of the Office of Defense Trans- BUSINESSMAN E D II !
portation. Through an elaborate MIL
0 N }
system set up for searching for
critically needed parts, the ODT c nl Represent : J8$ : "
usually locate the wanted part, With-I CONGRESSMAN '

in several, days. If the ,,. .
fice is unable to locate the part, it .k: -.j "" ..J' Rr-e. e -
will forward the request to the ODT I J '
regional office, which will, in cooperation -, "
with the War Production CONGRESS Paid Political Adv.-,Paid for by Friends of Ed Hamilton.

Board, take steps to expedite de-I
livery from the factory. ?N W SIXTH DISTRICT)
However, the ODT points out, -
ODT service is strictly an emergency r 3 PEACE! .PROGRESS! PROSPERITY.

measure and will be made available -

only after other attempts to j In his speeches t. I
locate the' part have failed. The .

vehicles'owned service passenger is only for and essential. automobiles.not for commercial privately (t Judge J. Ollie EDMU"NDS l I "

I 1 :', -

Judge EdmundsFor \ drives ?
: home, these points ? :

"American Dream"Judge i :.,r_ PEACE be '
can never preserved at home 'j ; L,

J. Ollie Edmunds, candi- ., or abroad as long as racial, sectional 'and L : .

date for a seat in the United States, ,"
class strife are encouraged ambitious I
said at Jacksonville this week that a I by

fight must be made on the home t r and scheming men in their efforts to grab
front to insure that the battle for I R .

American ideals that is being foughton more power. c< t i .
foreign fronts is not lost here at i : '
home. iKjKg[ 'Him;Be XiJ ,:,

t The essence of the American PROGRESS can never be made as long as

r" Dream-the dream that lives in the :. this country is under the rule of bureaucrats :4 rM

t'. ...NNNN.. .. .. ..........NNN..- -..-..-NNMH-..-..-..--...-...-..................................................-...-...-....-..-...-...-NNNN-..-..-..--...-...-..-...-....-...-..-......-..........NN.. ......NNNMN... .. .. .. ... t-:, ; who not only are able to take away $ "" ...

fJ; our individual freedom but by edicts, r r i

1: :!_:* Horse Races :.industry-:, :.'J "rules and regulations control the agricul .j!

w ', -;.....'. \
*::*:> _'7" ; ,;".' PROSPERITY 4
1'- FLORIDA :: can never maintained as t.

: ':" '-'< ;" !1 long as our taxes and. the loaned ; '
J. ....
Quarter Horses, Cow Ponies and I '
i" 7: 5 to the government by patriotic citizens a HEAR JUDGE
:; t
; '
Thoroughbreds .:. ...;" ,
:'. :.::. :.:i:. -..;,1. to finance our country to victory is being FRIDAY HIGHT :'; :/
': Saturday and Sunday .* ,; ., ...thrown away in extravagant and wasteful April 14th, Stations \V\.AC ally .':::>

i: ::: y ,' expenditures by a majority of the more WQAM, 7:15' P. ;JM. '' '
I ::: : ,,; .,L}
r *: APRIL 15th and 16th :::,, .:;: s":/ 'than 2,000 federal boards, bureaus andcommissions : l A
y : : ',: SOMETHING to think about! ;" -
y {' now In existence. ",..'

Ft. Thompson Park t. S t:"'f b There are today 3,300,000 ;iI.' ," ,
:; : .'.
., JUDGE J. OLLIE EDMUNDS persons on the federal pay i
r. I ;
roll-some -
.. ''.'. .:. l 60,000of them : ,
( .:. .:. serve Florida and the nation in Florida. !., '
.:. as our SenaI i
i. ......L'. :) ,
,... Featuring" ? ,./.;... :.. fighting to curb the Federal employees, especially I:
-dor power political those holding non- ,J"
: "ALEXANDER BORDER" <,:' ....
.:. ,:;: masters and I helping to end federal civil service jobs form a "
;': .:. .r'' powerful political
*; Otis Cowart, Owner, Center Hill, Florida .;. and group
; .. waste extravagance-and.he will do 'which in many cases hold
: :::: :r.-: ," it with true and the balance of power inJ .
-, a dignity diplomacy that _
: elections
; "JOE -5 ,:i: '-4f a dangerous
:?.: PALOOKA" ;; :" / :will win him the respect and cooperation weapon in the hands :of
.. i .'. ::: '.
.y:;. Joe B. Hendry, Owner, LaBelle, Florida,, ..y;.. ;. I of his colleagues in the Senate political power.masters seekingmore ,

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Former Coach At of his students- and athletic team i I
Grant Increased
members so that news of his death I
; From Moore Haven Dies
$18.50 to $24.00Per has brought sadness into almost ,

Month In Plane Crash every home in the county.
Capt. Hardy was born in Moran,

:: State Welfare Commissioner, Lei (Moore Haven Democrat) r"_ Kansas, on February 11, 1916 and I I H. H. M CALL I .

;;; land W. -Hiatt, has called the' at- was raised t.o young' manhood in I

., tention of the District 8 Welfare Funeral services will be held that .state. His Junior College work: i i '

; ; Board to the expediency of explain- I here, probably Sunday !afternoon. was at lola, Kansas, after which he FOR SHERIFF
ing that although additional racing came to Florida and attended Stet-
for Howard 1
., Capt. Lawrence Hardy, -
revenues have made it possible to 28, who was killed Sunday-afternoon son University in DeLand, graduating -
' : increase the average ola-age grant there in the spring of 1939. He
the medium
when bomber he was
,, from $18.50 per month to $24.00 was married in :Moore Haven in October -
piloting crashed during an electrical
.,,' per month, this does not mean that i 1940 to Miss Frances Adkins
storm near Courtland, Ala.
-.. _, all recipients will get the latter and to that union was born a son,
amount or the same amount, ,accord- Col. Luc us B. Manning, base Larry, now one-year old:

,,: ;.', !" ing to announcement yesterday of commanding officer at Hunter Field, He received his pilot training at Qualified bJ25 yearsof
'; .: Savannah, where Capt. Hardy had
Mr. C. Parker Anderson, District
"'" Douglas, Gal, and Shaw Field
South ;
' ft Board chairman. The explanation, been 'serving for the past .year as Carolina law enforcement ex-
and was graduated
4:: : ''Hiatt had said, would clear up considerable test pilot and five other airmen as a '
: I second lieutenant at Turner Field, perience. If elected he
misunderstanding that ho were killed in the crash. ; ,
z4 I Many Ga., on November 10, 1942.
':';.'J.1. .. has found to exist generally. I I News of the fatal accident was He was stationed Jfor a time in ,, will give the office his
' :&' : "By average old-age grant is meant received here last Sunday evening, Louisiana and then transferred

.'::::. >;:: -: the figure that would .arrived at by Capt. Hardy's father-in-law, ,T. about a year ago to Hunter Field, $ .? gw. personal attention, 24
: ,: '., if all the money paid recipients of W. Adkins, and he, with :Mrs. Ad- "
Georgia as a test pilot,
.. largely an hours will
. .. old-age Assistance was divided by the kins, left Monday morning .for Savannah medium and' heavy bombers. His a day. He repay ,
?! IM1 '.. number recipients," Commissioner to be with their daughter. A :
first lieutenant's commission was q Y4. your ,confidence
'f.J: t: ,'. Hiatt had asked the district board telephone call from Mrs. Adkins given him 1 by
on. April 1943, and in
r :".,,;l .: to explain. "As a matter of fact," Wednesday night' announces that January of this year he was promoted -i endeavoring to make
the explanation had continued, "a the body would be brought here for to captain. N
good many of the needier old-age services and interment but no defi- Hendry county a good
recipients are now getting the max- nite time 'had been set as the paper Survivors include his widow,* Mrs.

, >; imum grant of '$40.00 per month, goes to press for funeral services but Frances Hardy and son Larry, his k1 I \Ja1 sheriff.

: while some of the least needy cases members of the family felt that arrangements parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hardyof :

are receiving the minimum ,of $3.00 I could be made for the Lone Elm, Kansas; four sisters,
per month. It is unreasonable to services by Sunday. '. Mrs. John Roth of Chanute, Kan- l j' c ynve fs :.k .:"
suppose that those receiving $40.00 sas. Pauline, Ruby and Wanda Marie
per month would be reduced to I No details of ,the accident are Hardy of Lone Elm, Kansas, and
$24.00, or that those receiving $3.00 known save the report that the planeran two brothers, S. Sgt. W. H. Hardy j

would be increased to $24.00. As I into the storm over Memphis of South Camp Hood, Texas, and (Paid Political Advertisement.) 1
while 1i
'::: the old-age program is strictly an on a routine flight and caught K. L. Hardy of the U., S. Navy i I
1. assistance program, the amount ofeaclf fire in the air. A group of quali- _
.; ': fied Army Air Force officers has
,t";. grant must be based on the
: : need of the person to whom it is been appointed to make a full investigation -
:> : of the accident.
paid.. I
-"1 \' Hiatt called attention to the fact I Capt., Hardy _served as athletic Senator Claude

_.: -:. ) ,. that the State Welfare Board had coach in the Moore Haven High Pepper .

,t;,' ':'PT -vioue.l!}' -authorized an. 'increase in :School: during the" 1939-40 and '194041 -

-- the old-age grant, using funds guaranteed terms and t had J begun} Ins third

by the, cigarette tax, and that :year in this work, serving almost a I will discuss the issues in the present '
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crease only because of an unusually ; he enlisted 'in the Army" Air .. campaign: for

good racing season. The second distribution I Corps in January of 1942. He won .

he said, would be made in 1 the respect and admiration of everyone II ,. U. S. SENATOR -

April to all except a few whose cases c .in a very short while after coming g __" t
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s'J' :'.' ).: >;T .- <, He will actively support our Commander-in-Chief and help in early decisive victory. ,
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MAINTAINING THE AMERICAN WAY OP LIFE j.:, '. ., >. ::.:*-: ,. '

;." .* WILL CALL TO ASSIST YOUr :;: He advocates abolishment of the 'isms forced upon us during.tli&\Vorld,',: '- War and a.'speedy return .-

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.f' : .:. He will actively support legislation to give women equal rights with men. '
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.Horse Races Saturday day Easter holiday period. I. 'RATIONING (Meat grades: AA or choice, A j Ij A new stamp will be valid May 1.
This gave those. on the faculty la or good. B or commercial, C or GASOLINE9A

And Sunday at Fort particular who wished to spend CALENDAR utility, DOl' cutters and canners.!' ) I coupons valid for three gal-

Easter vacation FRUITS JAMS, ETC. lons through May 8..
out of town a longer -
Thompson Park MEATS, BUTTER, ETC. Book 4 blue A8, B8, C8, D8, Eg I .
period so that all their time I I F8, G8, H8, J8, K8, valid for 10 No. FUEL OIL I
There will be horse races Saturday -I would not be spent In transit as Book 4 'red stamps All through. I(I points indefinitely. Stamps L8, MS,I Sept. 30.4 and 5 coupons valid through.
MS good for 10 pounds Indefinitely.Red N8, P8, and Q8 valid May 7.
and Sunday afternoons, beginning would have been the case if schools Definite value
stamps N8, PB and Q8 valid coupon. good,. any
at 2 o'clockat Fort Thompson closed on Friday as usual. SUGAR time.
Park sponsored by Clewisto'n I April 23. Stamps 30 and 31 in book 4 valid --.

:Post: No. 93_of the American Legion. indefinitely for five pounds, stamp
Quarter horses, cow ponies and I ADVKKT1S-EMKXT 40 valid for canning through Feb. NIGHT TRAFFIC BAN

thoroughbreds will be featured, SOUTH FKOIUOA: CONS EJIVANCY I 28, 1945 (correct.) Night automobile traffic in Bel-

among them Joe B. Hendry's "Joe UISTHICT Book 1 stamp 18 valid through glum h" been forbidden under a

lalooka" and Otis Cowart's "At ex-I sleadqb TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: "" I April 30 and book 3 stamp 1 on I decree issued by Nazi military au
ander Border." air plane sheet valid indefinitely._ thorities.
I Take notice that pursuant to (
i iSaturday Bill No. 1122, passed by the
of the State of Florida, during the
Last Day session, the Board of Supervl 19tH I -
I the South Florida Conservancy 'A S/
has caused to be prepared a budget oCt "Let's Get Down
To _RegisterA the bond requirements and of the
maintenance requirements of the South
Florida Conservancy District for the to'Business"
total of 2,131 names of qualified year beginning the 1st day of November -
1D44. and ending the 31st day of
voters appeared on the registrationbooks October. 1945, said budget among other y XOMIXATE:
in Hendry. county, accordingto things shows the amount of debt ser
John L. vice tax and the amount of maintenance A vi
taken Monday by
a tally
tax per acre necessary to be levied
Hall, county supervisor of registra- upon the lands within said District for BILL
'tidn. Hall expects many more reg- :>wr the year 1944, which budget has been
completed and presented to the said
istrations Saturday before the books Board and placed on file in the office L
close Saturday midnight. of the Secretary of the said Districtand WALL
the same may be examined at the
The total by precincts shows 969 said office: that the Board of Super-
"in number one; 294 in number two; visors will meet at 10:00 o'clock A. M ; dr: ( for
Friday, May 5, A. D. 1944, at the office 5; $ / / )
135 in num-
449 in number three; of the South Florida Conservancy District -
ber four; 135 in number five, and xa4o rx \n Belle Glade, Florida and from CONGRESSGTH
day to day thereafter as may be necessary /
149 in number six. 3. ta for the purpose of hearing objections -, riyid !;; FLORIDA DISTRICT
At the same time it was announced and complaints concerning
said budget. 2 N:1 .'f f ,I A successful business man with
: that voters who do not expect to"be 'Dated this 7th day of April, A. D. .
election' 1944. :"c f. -o years practical experience.
in their local precincts on
day May 2, may vote absentee ballot ...I, SOUTH DISTRICT FLOnID.CONSETIV.CY ', (Paid Political Advertisement)

April 15 to 28, inclusive, at the of-
tice of County Judge P. M. Harris. .
Chairman of the Board of
Supervisors.No. .
Colin Kelly Jr. Memorial 54-April 14 and 21.
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Politicians Prate
Unveiled April 5th

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Captain Colin P. Kelly, .r. Memorial THE MANY THOU- I Suggest..

was unveiled here Wednesday, SANDS WHO VOLUNTARILY ELECT :
April 5, with impressive ceremonies.The j
sculpture, 17 feet in height, PLEDGE SUP- jI ..9.. 4 A Fifth Freedom :
executed by the noted sculptor, Walter .
PORT TOFrank- /"V
Russell of New York, depicts the Y4c '
j "Freedom to work
"Four Freedoms" and was presentedto : save, to
I I Iy keep what one produces to risk j
the city 'b:}' the Women's Inter- D.UPCHURCH a I
national Exposition of Arts and In- I it for a profit, and to live a free '

dustries. Besides it stands the statueof life under a free government. ;-
who his life 'kRfY Iv
the heroic flier gave
to destroy the Japanese battleship rR

Haruna on December 9, 1941. I
Governor Holland was honorary For .,.,rSa %,'
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'chairman of the state-wide dedica- ,'
tion committee, and Mrs. Hollandwas GOVERNORBecause s:

honorary chairman of the Wo- CONKLIN :
men's Committee. i ,

belief in the I
:School Takes In Monday CandidateS
MAN has inspired faith '

After Easter HolidayFor in his PROGRAM.Political I 7J

AdT. Paid for by I 'UD Sa SENATE '
the first time in many years, Friends of F. I:. Upchurch : : :;

"Hendry: county schools closed on --= I.
Wednesday of last week for a four ;I

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::.: ELECT :: I Federal Dictators Economical Government,

GOVERNOR ; e Free Enterprise, Free Labor o Post War Planning '

J' CHARLES Ea MINER L iiiy iii// Paid Political* *Advertisement* o An Early and Victorious Peace :

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':' Judge. Aren't goin' in 'the newsFederal Agents seiz 'Trick'Liquor Truck*;
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Doesn't go prove.. Joe that prohibit
.1 '5- 5 "No, I just enjoy reading different lion does not prohibit .
i: Do you like the New Deal? = so nephew *
'\ 't' papers my George sends them "I watched conditions pretty carefully.S
Do you like Government By BureaucratsI ::: to me whenever he takes business
.:x: Do you like the "Eleanor Clubs?" .:. trip. during our 13 years of prohibition, this ,(
..:= Do you like unfair ceilings i on perishable fruits and vegetables?, ::: I got a big kick out of some he sent me' country. The only thing I could see:we got
Do like the decision of from several counties where they still have out of it
st you our New Deal Supreme Court =' "' was bootleg liquor instead of legal
:: knocking out our White Primary? .:. prohibition. Particularly from some head. liquor...plus the worst crime and corruption
.: 1' ;, -,lines that read'Drunk Driving Arrests: Rise'. this country has ever known" :
M. CARMICHAEL is the only candidate for Congress who has :: -
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