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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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.{ CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRlIi.38, 1944 SUBSCRIPTION2.50 PER YEAR

VOLUME 13-XUMBEIl 23
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., :>.. 43- '44 Sugar Harvest Ends This Week I




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Political Rally I, Grinding Operations To
To
Fate of Candidates Up At School' Tonight !

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-' .Voters Election TuesdayPolls The various candidates for county Be Concluded Today

; office will have their second chanceof

the campaign to address a mass o -

meeting of voters when the political Harvest End Dance Last of Sugar To Be
7:00A. Homes 'rally is held tonight at .the school
Will Harlem
Open at Nine
Sacked At Mill
auditorium beginning at eight o'- Restricted To

M. and Close Destroyed By Fire clock. The final rally] of the three ,
scheduled will be held Saturday U.S.S.C. EmployeesThe By SundayThe

At 7:45 P. M. Thursday AfternoonNine night in LaBelle.It .

.- is ,understood that candidatesfor Harvest-end dance of the cutting of sugar cane in the

- o/' : Tuesday, May 2, is election day. two-room houses in the col- county-wide 'offices will be heard United States Sugar Corporation, plantations of the United States

The polls will open in the five districts ored quarters of the United States first with the incumbent speakinglast one of the leading entertainmentevents Sugar Corporation came to an end

and 6 precincts of Hendry Sugar Corporation in Harlem were in each instance after which of the entire lake area for a Wednesday afternoon, deliveries cf

,.county at 7- a. m., and close at sundown destroyed by fire Thursday after- district candidates will be heard. number of years, will this year, be- cane to the sugar house in Clewis

said to be 7:45 p. m., East- noon representing a more serious Since commissioners are to be elect- cause of lack of space and war-timo ton were completed Thursday,

ern War Time, in this section. loss than the monetary value in view ed from the county at large there restrictions be restricted to em- grinding of this cane is being com-

Counting of votes will begin after of the present housing shortage of will be given an opportunity:to speak ployees of the corporation and pleted today and it is expected that

precinct officials have had supper, the area. following; the talks' of local candi-* members of their immediate famil. by Sunday the last of the season's

.it is reported. The fire was said to have been dates. ies. sugar will be sacked and awaiting

Polling places are the City Hall caused by defective electrical wir- The first rally] was held last Friday The dance is to be held Wednesday shipment to the refinery.

building at precinct 1, Clewiston; ing but a ,closer investigation will night at Felda and"was well attended night of next week, beginning at Thus ends the 1943-44 sugar sea
,-- Luckey store building at precinct 2, probably be made to ascertain-whether son which, although it ran but 184
10:00 and ending at two o'clock or
east LaBelle; Old Bank building on or not that is, true. days as compared with last year's
later next morning at the Sugar-
Bridge street at precinct 3; Du- The Clewiston Volunteer Fire land Park Auditorium. Music will 203, showed a far greater production

'vall's garage at precinct. 3, Denaud; Department did nice work in get- .of sugar than the 1942-43 sea-
furnished Morris Weiss' -
AND DANCEOF be by personally
Boy: Scout buildiug'at precinct 5, ting the truck to the scene of the BANQUET conducted '8-piece orchestra son. Production figures are not

Felda, and 'Burnes grocery store at unfortunately, when the immediately available.
fire but,
from Miami. A feature of. the dance
precinct Hooker's Point. intake was thrown into a canal to f JUNIORS-SENIORS will be the presentation of service Although 'the harvest is ended

The Hendry county ballot is secure water for pumping the intake emblems to some twenty-Jive em- labor conditions which have pre-

larger this year because the names sank into the mud and jammed so ployees in the various departmentswho sented great _difficulties throughoutthe

of county commissioners appear in that the string of houses was almost WAS"GALA, AFFAIRThe have completed five, ten or fifteen season are made, by no means,

all precincts, they being elected on gone ,before water was avail- years employment and have not lighter according to the statement

a county at large basis. able. The fire started near the cen- I yet received= the appropriate ,emb' this week of Jay 'Wforan, the cdf-

The names of H. A. Rider, for ter of the block on the' south side Junior Class of Clewiston lems. The presentation will be made poration's general manager.,

.-, j. county attorney, Dennis Small, for of. Tennessee Avenue, two blocks High School gave its annual ban- by Jay W. Moran, vice-president and "The substantial part of the labor -
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county tax assessor and R. N. Millar south of the drainage canal. Two quet and dance for the members' of general manager of the corporation. used in the harvest were ''Jamaicans -

,for county tax collector will not I houses on the west side of the one the Senior Class at Sugarland Park Harvest end festivities in the brought in by the War Food

:appear on the ballot because neither 'in which ,the fire started, occupiedby auditorium Saturday evening.. plantations will also be curbed Administration for agriculturalwork

'of these candidates has opposition I' Mattie Davis, and six on the eastside A United Nations theme was carried -. somewhat this season but will be and since this labor was contracted -

for reelection. Nor will the name I 'were destroyed. out in decorations, menus ,and made to approach these pre-war for for the duration of the

--of G. M. Ford appear since he is I It is probable that every effort place cards, each of the tables arranged festivities as possible. The Eastern harvest it will be moved immediately -

unopposed for county surveyor, nor twill' be made by the corporation to for the diners representingone Division, will start things off today I to sections further north for the

W. S. Bowdon, who does not have to shave these houses rebuilt as quickly of the principal United Nations,' (Continued on Page 7, Sec. 2) ,planting of tobacco and vegetable ..,

make a race for justice of the peace as possible.KIWAMANS'HEAR. Britain, America, Russia and China. I crops," Mr. Moran stated.. "We

; _:;..____: ,.;o; f Jn* ',,precincts one and six..Theslowing ____ On the stage, was a novel arrange- therefore, will be, in instant need of

'iq i, the county_ ,ballot. : ment ,of' the flSgs- of the four nations additional labor immediately upon
.... r L,,:_" ,,' -for County'Judge'-R:w T\I.;*"Harris,' RED CROSS CHAPTERI the departure: of the- Jamaicans for

..;-' <> incumbent! Robert Ketring.For Rev. David C. Hancock gave the the cultivation and field maintenancework

Sheriff-Bill Maddox, in- invocation_ Bernard) Myers acted as IS COMMENDED FOR during the..summer and plant- .
MEETINGBY ing of in the fall."
TALK AT cane
tumbent, H. H. McCall, H. M.. master of ceremonies and SherwoodHall I I
M Pollard and G._ H. Small. president of the Junior Class I Arrangements have been made for

For Clerk of the Circuit Court- STARCH EXPERT as toastmaster, ,he giving, the toastto WORK ON ROLL CALL the recruitment of some additional

"William T. Hull, incumbent, G. B. the Senior Class which was responded 'Jamaican labor which will be assigned -

f": Rackstraw. to by Miss Mauryne Pre- immediately: upon arrival at

.. For County Superintendent of I witt. president, of the Senior Class. Mrs. R. Y. ,Patterson, chairmanof Miami or some other port, for the
'" Public Instruction-Ruth R. Beards- John W. Randolph of Laurel, Bernard Myers had charge of the I the Clewiston chapter of the employment of the corporation. The

1: ley, Mrs. Homer Taylor and Dr. C.I:Miss., formerly associated with Au- introductions and Fr. Timothy I. American Red Cross is in receipt ofa WFA has not assured the corpora-

': (Continued on Page 7, Sec. 2) burn University and for twenty years Geary gave a brief but inspiring letter from C. F. Rowland' Regional tion, however, of a sufficient number -
.. connected with the Department cf Red of such Jamaicans to meet full
,. I talk. Miss Geneva Thielen sang Director for the American' i
:{;, Mrs. Downs Resigns Agriculture was the speaker at the two solos, "Dark Eyes" and "Lover Cross which pays a nice tribute to requirements and if it is possible to
meeting of the Kiwanis
weekly
additional domestic workers
\ Come Back To Me" accompanied Dy the chapter for its achievement in secure
t V As Manager Of Club, making a most interesting talk Mrs. ,M. R. Stroud at the piano and surpassing the quota set for the 1944War every effort will be made to enlist
on sweet potato cultivation and solo Fund drive and gave notice : employees from the domestic group.
f' Airs. Stroud played, as piano ,
: Clewiston Inn I sweet potato starch. He was connected "To A Wild Rose." that an honor certificate had been It _is estimated that between 2500

'," I i I with the Laurel plant. where issued and was subsequently received -.I and 3,000 employees will be needed
The consisting of -
-, .the first successful starch operations menu grapefruit (Continued on Page 7, Sec. 2))
.
f ; Mrs. C. L. Downs the boullion olives, by Mrs. Patterson.Mr.
manager of were carried out. I juice cocktail, I
c: new Clewiston Inn since its I I and Rowland's letter is as follows:
; openingand 'stuffed celery, roast pork, peas
I Mr. Randolph was introduced by Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Of
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Reorganization
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c. for several years before that manager carrots, mashed potatoes and gravy,
.. of the old Inn on the ridge announces j I W. L. Brantley, Sr. He explained hot rolls, Devonshire cake and ice Chapter Chairman
first the chemical make-up of sweet Cadet Club Was
.' i Clewiston Chapter
this: week that she has resigned I cream, tea and coffee, was preparedby
;;:, this position and will leave ;'''potatoes and the great starch content a group of ladies under the direc- American Red Cross Completed Thursday

"", next week to assume the management I I stating that the common tion of Mrs.' M. L. Pape and included Clewiston, Fla. I
':,: : i il5 i Southern sweet potato is a tuberrather Dear Mrs Patterson:
L.
-,1: -- of the Atlantic Beach resort Mrs. Daisy Yoder, Mrs. H.
\ hotel at Moorhead City, N. C., for i itl i than a potato. He also stat- Davis, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. H. R. It is with a great deal of pleasure I A meeting was called on Thursday -

[<':,', the ,summer months. ed that there is so much work connected Hall and Mrs. C. L. Williams. The that I am privileged' to send to you.I of last week by Mrs. Ira Ne- ..
I with the growth of sweet po- under separate cover an Honor Certificate 1!Smith West Palm Beach, '
.y Mrs. Downs states that she will I girls who served the tables were:, of sponsor
i tatoes and the market::fluctuates so issued by the -American! for
I of the Clewiston Cadet Club,
continue 'to make Clewiston her Margie Allen, Carolyn Bryant, Mary
home and her present plans are to I greatly that few farmers plant them Nell Christian, Geraldine Barton, National Red Cross to your Chapterfor I the purpose of electing new 'officers
I as a money crop. distinguished achievement in the reorganization -
return here in the fall. She re- Patsy ''Beck, Margaret Devane, Doro- and effecting a general
cently purchased Turner's Beauty The speaker stated that the Department thy Sealey, Betty Stough, Jo Ann 1&44 War Fund Campaign. I! of the club. The women of

-;; Shop which she has consolidated of Agriculture has greatly I Walker and Mamie Trice. Andree I know that you will, extend to : Clewiston manage the organization.Mrs. .

. '-.. with the Clewiston Inn Beauty Shop improved the sweet potato and introduced Stanford was doorkeeper.Mrs. all of the workers who have par- E. W. Durst was elected "

:and will operate the business in the many new varl JieS'. The W. N. Martin had charge of ticipated in this campaign the grate- chairman to succeed Mrs. Elbert I.. ;
-., in demand now, he said, is much ful appreciation of the men and women Stewart who has servedas chairman
? future the Turner location in the the decorating of the banquet room
-' greater than the supply due to the of our Armed Forces throughoutthe of the organization since It began
Hopkins Building with Miss Arvilla and Horace Brown of the stage set- I
fact that the Army is using such a'I' world. It is through the untiring -, more than a year ago. Mrs. W. L.
I
"Hoperich as manager. The shop (Continued on Page 7, Sec. 2))
Monday after great quantity. The sweet potato .. efforts of the millions of Red ,: Lot was elected secretary-treasurer
opens a period of closing ----- ------ ----
I'lends itself well to dehydrating and .Cross volunteers throughout the I succeeding Mrs. W. C. Owen.
I for,,, consolidation and redecora- Called To
thus makes a good product for Army Groups nation that will now make it pos- I t At the meeting, to which all interested -
{
I, tion.Mrs.. Downs first became connected food overseas. He pointed out, al- Blanding For Pre- sible for us to continue during the persons were invited, it was
Iso, the great value of the product coming year our great program of I decided to expand so as to distributethe
with the Clewiston
Inn as manager 'for cattle feed in which way the Induction PhysicialsTwo Red' Cross services. I heavy burden of management to
of the dining the old
of
room
\ (Continued on Page 7, Sec. 2) Under separate cover we are sending more than two persons. Mrs. C. J.
Tnn in 1927. After that she served I
s I
one of three white to :your War Fund Chairman a Nielsen was elected vicechairmanand
of the groups
as Watanabe Hotel
for manager several years and then took over Mrs. Pirkle Asks Aid men and another of some thirty citation presented by Hon. NormanH. Mrs. Durst appointed the fol-
left yesterday morning from Davis, Chairman of the ,American lowing committee chairmen: Mrs. ,!.,
the Clewiston Inn under lease. After negroes
q It was destroyed by fire she contin- In Red Cross Work Clewiston for Camp Blanding to take Red Cross. J. K. Rogers, purchasing; .Mrs. E. 'j
pre-induction physicial examinations, With best wishes and kind personal J. Powers, recreation; Mrs. H. R. }"i
ued to operate the hotel on the second
I : regards, I am.Cordially Hall, kitchen Mrs :W L. Lott, ,
>- floor of the hospital for several' Mrs C. M, Pirkle co-chairman of the two April calls from Hendry ;
( I ,
-, {: months until the new building was the surgical dressings for the Clew county. yours lounge.
organi-
The trio of white men were Eddie C. F. Rowland, Members of the following ','
iston chapter
completed in 1928. Red Cross stated this
I Director the club one ,
-t '*,, Her genial and hospitable-manner I week that workers are badly needed Edward Peacock, Donald Fussell and Regional I zations have served its
week of each month since rgani:1:
-i-: has helped to make the Inn one of I Ito get out the quota of dressings Delmar Rimes. _, Catholic Women's :1
the best known and best : liked 'which' has been assigned the Clewis- I The colored call was as follows I zation: Co-pilots Club, Garden Club '4

hotels in the state and she will be ]ton Chapter. with some of ,them, having been I I Club, Clewiston and other ,. '
transferred to "other boards: Sasser, Henry Brown, Robert John ,and the Ladies Aid many
greatly missed as its manager, but I I Any women who can are urged to generously of ''J,
Allie Par- Ft. Lauderdale) Charles Ed- !'! have given
T. (
Henry Rose, James son persons
r ; the people of Clewiston are pleased :come to the work room in, the City .'
Thornton, Ma- ward Byrd, Ommie Saddler Isiah their time.
4 ris B. Booyer, Henry
i : that she intends to conUnu'emakingthis ,Hall building or go to Sugarland made for dances
Goins Tom Harper, George Garvin, Jr., Lee Dell Pugh (Cincinnati Plans are being
jor "
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,: her home. =, Park Auditorium on Monday's: Tuesdays Wednesday night and
transferred to Miami) Le- Amos Fruster, Wally Wilson, to be held each
)
; Brooks (
,
: She will be accompanied to North or Fridays from two to five I recreation chairman, is
Jones Samuel Clinton James Gosha, Ernest!Mrs. Powers,
Henderson, J. W. Jr.,
:. Carolina by Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn who 'p.' m. roy ladies to act as
Richardson, Horace B. Manuel McKenzie Miami), Frank Billie recruiting[ young
will act as manager of the front office Mrs. J. H. Doty and Mrs. J. F. Lester these weekly dances. I
Potter Pierce Samson, Beard (Nashville), Carl Theodore hostesses for
there and by Mr. Downs who {is |Morrison are in charge of the Sugar- Elbert in service are welcome at
John Ingram (trans- Williams. Junior Moore Cornell, All men
Tatum
Joseph ,
forced to spend his summers in the land Park auditorium surgical dress-
ferred to West Palm Beach) Willie! Johnny Johnson and Willie Jones. any time.
mountains for his health.g1 'I ing room. "
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In Spite of Precautions :: \$ BLACK e Gems of ThoughtA

Habit Will Assert ItselfThe SATISFIED flower is one
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whose petals are about to
bus conductor had been told 1 SOMBRERO fall. The most beautiful rose '":\

off several times by his good wife -( z' is one hardly more than a bud

for ing the home noise after he late made duty when com- I p ( 1 'rb1J CLIFFORD KNIGHT N tERVI w.N.u c. of wherein desire the are pangs working and for ecstasies larger ..

"I wish you would try to be Elsa Chatneld Is disinherited by her wrapped in newspaper. He put it aboard? Was Senor Barton one of and finer growth.-C. Sandburg.

more careful when you come home, Aunt Kitty, who died of an overdose of down on the desk, and drew up a you?" Epicurus says that you should

Jim," she told him. "You wake morphine.to Hunt Mazatlan Rogers, Mexico and Barry, to Mad-solve chair. "Oh, yes-Reed Barton," Dwight rather have regard to the com-
ison
the baby every time you come in. what go they believe to be Aunt Kitty's "Senor Rumble," he said, "prob- said. "Reed was waiting with his" pany with 'which you cat and
You're so noisy!I" murder. On arriving, they find Elsa's ably did not drown, as was suggested. bag on the wharf when we arrived. drink than tc what you eat and

Jim promised to do his best. party has preceded them by plane. While ." "He went ahead of you, then?" drink.-Seneca. -

After the next spell of late dutyhe In Mazatlan James Chesebro is murdered "No? What then?" "Yes. He'd gone around to his What
and while out fishing Elsa's father, wound gentlemen constitutes a state?
opened the front door with- 'There is a stab hotel to get his things togetherfor Men
who
their duties know
death from the sword of a ,
Sam, meets blade
out a single creak, and reached the marlin when his chair breaks and he under the left shoulder the fishing cruise, and it was' arranged But know their rights, and. knowing,
.top landing safely. topples Into the sea. In re-enacting the sufficient in my opinion, to have that he. meet us at the dare maintain.
"
There and then his old habit scene of the Chesebro murder one Pedro i caused death. wharf." -SIR {WILLIAM JONES.

overcame him. In a stentorian Identifies Dwight Nichols as "the Rogers drew from his pocket the "Ah, so?' said Lombardo, his The less
voice he bellowed: "Have your man," but Dwight Is not held. They re- dark, stained knife which the diver sensitive eyebrows lifting slightly., the we,require from oth-
fares ready, please!1"1,000YearOId turn to the launch and strike something had tossed upon the wharf. It was "Perhaps Senor Reed Barton should I ers, more we obtain.

ominous alongside the wharf and. decideto dry by now, and it lay sinister and explain."
---- Investigate.
evil-looking on the desk where Rog-

ers placed it. "I don't know what time it ,was," Sprinting Ostrich ClockedAt

CHAPTER XVI "Such a knife as this, Doctor?" Reed Barton replied to Lombardo's
JAOEINETONILARGE he asked. question. He had come to head- 60; Cheetah Does 70

"Easy! Steady! Steady! Rogers Lombardo and Cruz stared at it quarters in response to a telephoned

was leaning far out over the side for some moments, then Cruz said, request which found him at his ho- Man is proud of his speed, but
peering at the water. "Hold, itl"! tel. "Miss Chatfield said that she
"Yes, such a knife as that made nature makes him look like a snail.
The engine stopped and we floated the wound." was beginning to tire, and didn't I The ostrich has been known to
Rose Bush quietly. Rogers continued to peer think I'd better get my things
Lombardo laid the knife aside go sprint 60 miles an hour and can
Unless it has been' crushed under into the murky water. Somethingwas and meet them down at the wharf. pull -
a sulky almost fast
when both and I likewise as as a
Dwight
the Nazi heel, a rose ,bush there. My throat was dry; I had disclaimed knowledge its We were dancing, you know, at the crack pacer.
planted 1,000 years ago is still felt an uncomfortable sensation at any Belmar. She would go down with
ownership. He reached for the pack- Over a short distance the cheetah
growing in Germany. Set by an the pit of my stomach Nevertheless her father, and it wasn't necessaryfor -
emperor in a garden near Hilde- I managed to say, matter-of- me to go back to the Belmarfor a leopard, is the fastest four-

sheim, the bush was known to be factly, I thought, "What is it, Hunta her." legged animal alive. 'In Londonit
to the time of the ,y ,lrte. was clocked at 70 miles an hour.
blooming up log? "What time do you think it was? Almost
unbelievable is the speed
war. "No," .he said. It seemed hours pressed Lombardo. I attributed
by scientists to an in-
before he spoke again and then he "What's time, Senor Lombardo, I sect called the deerfly, 818 milesan
said what I was expecting, yet when there are no appointments to hour.
dreaded to hear him say. "It's keep?"
: Upset Stomach Rumble." The despised flea, best jumperfor
"Was there anyone else, senor, on
its
Refieved In minutes or double money back I wakened with a start the next the wharf when you 'were?" asked 200 size on earth, can spring
.When ICCM stomach add eausef painful tutfoeat times its own length. A human -
In?g4,sour ctomsch and heartburn doctors usuallyproscribe morning to find that, Rogers was Lombardo.
ptomatioreliefmedkloeellkethoeelnBellsaebfets. the fastest-acting medicines ki ,wn for gone. Dawn was breaking over the 4i "Not a soul, until the rest' of the being would have to jump a
4\ quarter of a mile to match it.
No laxative. Bell-ana bring comfort In a mountains. I dressed and went out ; down."
party came
,. lift or doable roar money bade on return of boW.Japanese ,
*o o* 26o at all drugs-oat*. on deck to discover that Rogers had "Was the launch waiting?"

gone ashore. "No, sir; it arrived from the yachta Are You Waiting?

Subjects Rogers was on the wharf when I few minutes before my friends Have you been waiting for our sales-,
was' landed there. He appeared reached the wharf." man to call on you to take that order
Outside of their homeland, the fresh and vigorous as if he had had Lombardo lifted his eyebrows, for a really fine portrait enlargement? I
: Japs today hold territories having He cannot come for,the duration but
a long, unbroken night's sleep. To and seemed to
of pursed his thick lips you can deal direct with and
a total population 310,000,000 or us save
y i my inquiry he remarked, "There of his,office.
stare beyond the walls his commission. Write for particulars.
: than the
[ 43 cent more 217,000-
( per I were several things I thought of, Reed Barton's gaze, which had been Inland Distributors, 1272 No. WoodSt.
k 000 persons in the lands invaded I Barry, and it was best to get an fixed the questioning upon ., Chicago, 111.] -Adv. .'.
,' or dominated by the Nazis.IRRITATIONS. during
early start. chief to the varied as- -
the --
dropped ---- -'---
!( Down below us in the water, a sortment of objects on the desk.I I

t, OF dark head burst upward to the sur- saw it come to rest upon the ugly RHEUMATiC PAil
: SKIN CAUSE face and brown arms threshed weapon that presumably had slain
; : EXTERNAL
,
Mud not Spoil roar Day-Gt slur It lowDon't
about. Rogers, leaning over thewharf's Rumble.
'- put off getting 0.2223 to
relieve -
eczema, factory dermatitis
_. Acne pimples!
,arm le ringworm, tetter,salt rheum edge, shouted in Spanish, "What are you doing with my fish- pain of muscular rheumatism
bumps, ((blackheads), and ugly brokon- "Anything?" ing knife, senor?" he asked, leaning and other rheumatic pains. Caution:
ekio. Millions relieve burn- Use only as directed. First bottle
out itching "No, sir. I' dive in a moment. j 'k it
forward to pick up. ,
ing and soreness of these miseries with purchase price back if not satisfied.
simple home treatment. Goes to work at A few seconds later the head disappeared qtr.S "Ah, so? It is your knife?" asked 60c and $1.00. Today, buy 0-2223-
'::4 once. Aids healing works the antiseptic a pair of feet kicked vig- Lombardo craftily.
a way. Use( Black and White Ointment only orously and the surface smoothed his
"Yes. He.turned .it about in -
as directed. lOc, 25c liOc sizes. 25 years'BUCCCSS. e
Money-back guarantee. Vital out."What's e fingers,"searching for marks of iden- AT FIRST \I ft
in cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous it all about?" I demanded. tification. "Yes, it's mine. How do SIGN OFA "
Black and White Skin Soap daily "What's he diving for?" you happen to have it?" He lookedat 0 1SIi III"

"I've hired him to do the job, Lombardo, and, before the latter

Barry. Rumble, I imagine, either had time to answer, the realization 666

Ir.} ? fell or .was thrown off the wharf. broke over him. "Oh, I see! So USE

W/IUJS4fe'l He had checked out of the hotel. I that's itl! My knife killed Rumble! 666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS

FOJ MIIOI ACIES BIO PAIlS OF Where is his luggage? Why wasn't A few seconds later the head dis "Yes, senor," said Lombardo !

( RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO his bag found on the wharf?, And appeared.age grimly. "You admit it's yours. It

what does it mean if we should seems the only thing I can do now, Housefathers
find it in the water?" Doctor Cruz had placed on the is to lock you up again." Among the aborigines of ,Aus-
senor,
to:e{ The diver burst to the surface desk and with thick brown fingers "But I didn't kill him," protested tralia it is common for fathers to I

below, this time farther along the snapped the cord. Reed Barton, the color going from look after the children while their

wharf, gasping for breath. "So 'we do not look for a thief as his'face.. "I swear I didn't. I don't wives work.: 4
"
1 "Anything?" shouted Rogers. the murderer of Senor 'Rumble, understand about the knife, though,

1 "No, sir. But I think I see some- Lombardo commented. He turned even if it is mine." >
thing. I should take the end of the back to the little heap of Rumble's to his feet, KILLS
Large BottleU-*IKCM)*!!!!-Small Size 6Oc this time." I earthly possessions spread before Rogers suddenly got
*CWICI: BSE CULT M DIRECTED* rope dominating the rest of us who still
IT III COCO DRCS STOIC it IT Hill! is receipt il/f ricicIEIl Rogers picked up a coil of rope I him. There was a watch which sat about the desk. Many

DBDB CO., IK. JlCISOimiE C, FLORIDa lying at his side, carried it to a point had stopped at the hour 9:09. I "Senor Lombardo," he said sharply -

directly above the man, and dropped Lombardo picked up the watch, word that Insects
"if I give you my
I an end over. The diver seized itI I noting the position of: the hands. I Reed, Barton will submit to arrest at

'Praying Trees'In and disappeared, while we waited "This, then, gentlemen," He re-, I time desire within the next 1 on.r
with heightened interest. Finally the marked, "indicates the time Senor any you ,
some parts of Asia there day or two, will you let him go free / 4Vegetables
are strange trees that "pray," rope was tugged vigorously from under Rumble died. But not whether now?"
the water, and Rogers to morning or evening. Your American '
began
bending toward the ground once "It is an unusual request, se- Flowers &
every 24 hours.fto ., pull the up.surface.The diver came' threshingto shoulders.watchesHe shrugged his 'nor-" Began Lombardo. 40 Shrubs

1 "There are several things that yet .....'
...-, "It is_ what you are seeking, sir, "It's impos. s-the hour of nine- investigation. I promise you I / I I
f::.. \ I think," he called up. "Pull." nine, night before last," said Rog- need 'murderer-or the Tobaeeo 8 Chemleal eyprodueb Corp,
relieve distress of MONTHLY of the Incorporated
the name
> time I I Loul.nu.,
Rogers drew up the weighted line ers quickly. "The was close of Reed Barton." M.mueky

< Female Weakness rapidly, and a moment later there upon ten o'clock when we last saw person shrugged his shoulders.He t
came to the surface a soaked, bat- him alive at the hotel. He checkedout Lombardo Doctor Cruz. There I
at
'!..;.I i .' Lydia E.Is Plnkham's made especially Vegetable for women Compound tered traveling bag, from which I understand, half an" hour or was glanced the merest flicker'in the hard Shoulder a Gun-

-Cr.. to help relieve periodic pain with Its gushed tiny streams. He lifted it so later and disappeared. of the medico legista behind Or the Cost of One U
'
.,'"' weak tired nervous blue feelings onto the wharf where it rested drab "Ah, so?" said' Lombardo, dis-' eyes smoke. Lom-
,: -due to functional monthly dis the screen of cigarette
-.'" turbances. ly oozing salt water. carding the watch. "Where was he bardo stood BUY: WAR BONDSoooooooooooo
up.
Taken regularly-Plnkham's Compound "And now, sir," shouted the diver, bound? ,He must have been going' "
said. S.i
helps build he
up resistance "I down again for somewhere because the diver finds "Okey,
the
against such symptoms. Hero Is a go other day crowded with
l product tha( helps nature' and thing." the bag in the water under the It was a long
that's the kind to buy! Famous for activity. The sequence of tragic
almost a century. Thousands upon "What other thing?" I asked. wharf. I assume that first Senor the past few days servedto
thousands of women have Rumble is stabbed and thrown from events over
reported "This probably was all the luggage
intoa
r 1 ben et ,t Follow label -Directions.* Rumble had." the wharf, and next the murderer drive us for mutual First comfort Chesebro, 510' wr z."

throws the bag to make his compact group.
"The over
LYDIAEPINKHAM'SSoFALSE weapon-if Rumble w-as
0 ,; then Sam Chatfield, and now George
murdered. Just to be forehanded, disappearance complete. Rumble. The mere fact that Rum- 01GO

Barry. "Now, then," Lombardo contin- ble, the sartorial as well as social

r "There it is, sir," shouted the div- ued, developing his questions -logi misfit among us, had been one in

er. "The only thing I find." cally. "You were all on shore that our sequence of tragedy, lifted him

TEETH The object fell at our 'feet, a night, were you not?" with all his faults to a permanent The comedy quiz- I .

blackened, stained knife with a "With the exception," said Dwight, place in our hearts. He had becomeone starringTHURSDAY -

heavy blade, such a knife as a fisherman "of my wife and Senora Chatfield, of the tragic elect.

would use for cutting bait. who remained on board." "But do you make anything of it 'y\1 ..

? I I p Rogers paid off the diver, and I "Of course,. senor. Now, how did i all, Hunt?" I asked that evening after t

picked up the still dripping bag and you all go aboard-together?" dinner at the rancho. "It's so o'I

NOW WEAR YOUR PLATES EVERYDAY we set off for police headquarters. Rogers spoke up. "Not exactly. mixed up; there are so many points

HELD COMFORTABLY SNUG THIS WAY Lombardo was in his office whenwe Barry Madison and I went down to that conflict." We sat once more

,. It's so easy to wear your plates all arrived. He greeted us with an the wharf about ten-thirty o'clock. within the walls of the fragrant pa- NIGHTS

day this "comfort-cushion"when held firmly in place dentist's by engaging smile, his eyes sparkling, The launch was waiting, and we tio, where overhead the huge leavesof

fir, formula. his stiff, black little mustache like went out to the Orizaba immedi- the bananas rustled in the stir- 10:30: P.M. ,E. W.T. ,

I. Dr. Wernet's vent sore something carved of ebony. ately." rings of the night air.

oj'" Powder lets you 2. Economical gums.; Rogers began to detail what we "And the others?" Lombardo "There is much to be made of it on the entire BLUE network

( enjoy solid foods small amount knew of the separation at the bar, of looked at Dwight. and again very little," he answered.
:, -avoid embarlasts longer. Rumble's failure to join the fishing "Sam Chatfield, his daughter El- "The thing is still screwy. Nothing
: rassment of loose 3.Pure,harmless, party and our subsequent fruitless sa, and I went down to the wharf dovetails with anything else. Those CONSULT YOUR

I:- plates.Helps prepleasant tasting. search, while the,chief sat listening, together," Dwight replied. among our close circle die and the LOCAL NEWSPAPER c.

Lt!) AIl Jrvogm-30 .Mo eyboc :II not dW/flfcfed with now and then a question which "What was the time, senor?" guilty one goes unpunished" or, rather MCKESSON & ROBBINS, INC.

,. betrayed not too great an interest. "We left the hotel at elevenfortyfive unidentified- CALOX TOOTH POWDER
'::: I ,- \ We had about talked the matter out ," Dwight answered, screwingup "But how are we going to get anywhere BEXEL VITAMIN B COMPLEX CAPSULESOOO.OOOOOOOOO

,;?J when Doctor Cruz' appeared in the his eyes in an effort to recall Hunt? Have we all the

doorway the exact hour. facts?" .
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i i mmmmm mmmmTKe. I

' people in tale Looking at


"'..! .f Are cabarets so surprisingly I HOLLYWOOD I ILOVE ADIOS Fold sweaters carefully and Thin old blankets are useful as

bias e'. E SCRE N keep them stored in a drawer so an interlining for a child's coat or

Ii ': 1 try to look like By VIRGINIA VALE they keep their shape. a baby's bunting, as an ironing
Released Western Newspaper Union. board pad silencer
by or as cloths
at 40 in the movies
them but begins
; $ Your for dining-room table. .
gee days, which is mighty sewing thread isn't so apt
'M ',> My eyebrowswont lucky for our male,stars. Collegiate WELL, you never know to knot if you use the correct .

.- : stt.y \) romance went out when war came something you'vebought length, say about 18 inches or the Don't hang feather pillows in the

in. So the majority of men on the may come in handy especially distance from the middle finger to sun as sunlight draws out the nat-
E .: UP th.t'V"..y screen today with box office names, in a motion picture the elbow. I. ural oil from the feathers and

"i (1ecAMhc. : who get the glamour gals for. the studio. Paramount bought two S ,. makes them less pliable.

';t .; final clinch, 'are all over draft age. rooms from the Hearst Collec- Perhaps you can make that felt S *

. Some even get the bobby sox set tion when it was put on sale in hat look new and smart by blanket- A wornont umbrella can be
..
: :',' drooling. New York consisting of carvedoak stitching around the edge of the stripped and its frame put to use
/", Ever since Uncle Sam's initial brim with crochet thread in a con- as a rack for drying smaller itemsof
:;', call for help in the various United paneling of the 17th cen- trasting color. Or a narrow crocheted clothing. Wind strips of cloth
.; WNU Features. States armed tury, originally part of European edging might do the trick around the ribs to prevent rust.
castles. So-they were used as sets
. forces, Hollywood's -
'" "" in "The, Hitler Gang." They're the

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT J actors have younger been living room and library of the Nazi Y ou'I! Find This Comfortable Chak
industrial Alfred Hugen-
exchanging civ- magnate,
ies for uniforms. berg, in the picture financial; Hitler comesto Easy to Make With Compass SawCOMFORTABLEOSAAJSS I

i With Jimmy him seeking support.

Stewart, Ronald
The cast of NBC's "Johnny Presents" NOTE. : Mrs. Spears has prepared an
PLANTS I actual size pattern for all the curved sec-
: ;a has been having a bit of fun tions of this chair. Complete dimensionsand
: am
." Sweet Potato Plants now ready. Nancy with Ginny Simms, we hear, since directions for the chair constructionand
t, Halls 500 $1.40. 1000 52.50, 5000 and over she has become mayor of North- for making the tufted cushion, with
$2.40 per thousand. Porto Ricos 500-SI.05, 1 /, + I'PA list of materials included. This is pat-
1000-$3, 5000 and $2.75 James Stewart lYaigK _............ P ,
over per thousand. f --"'- rnv K Safe arrival guaranteed. y. a
ADAMS PLANT CO., SHARON, TENN. ti cents. Write direct to:
,
Regan Glenn p7ER P 9"sP
Ford, Victor Mature o ., gap
MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
' BOOKLETS Bob Taylor, Bedford Rills New York

Tyrone Power, : Drawer 10
Grow more marketable sweet potatoes per William '
': acre. Leaflet telling how one dollar. Holden, Enclose 15 cents for Pattern No. 265.
- : O. P. SMITH Enterprise, Alabama. et_ al in there

pitching for 1 the Name .......................,.'.._..
Janet Blair

; PERSONAL destruction of Hitler Address .,...,.,...,.................
and Tojo, the studios were yowling PATTERN
""-- '
.,, rn.:; MacARTHUR l'ARTISANS-Sincere man for male names to woo such
:
::; er woman interested in working with a
'.,:, National organization in behalf of drafting lovelies as Janet Blair and Susan THE war is bringing many
i''<' the General for President. Full details Peters on the screen. c changes in the things we' use
first letter. ,No town too small.
-'., BOX 276 Replacement of sturdy heroes wasa and the things we do. If a chair IlfJN'fER
.f '!' '. ,La Tijera Station Los Angeles 43, Calif.Bee's problem. When producers looked is lacking we make one. If we

: around for new lovers they found cannot have springs we find a way
:, ,' ,", the to make it comfortable ,;
,- most eligible and best known in anyway.It Dr. FRED Palmer' Skin er ;
Real Value the: ranks of older players, undisturbed is the spirit of the times. Whltoncr dirk skin! Easy lightens wayl tanned 2ae at t\ r '

(';L ; by the selective service act. waYa..fii'ti' Perhaps you have made lawn dragatoree.Ueeldays. Satisfaction or Money as directed '
Because some 50 Americar. There was a definite question mark chairs all with straight cuts of the Back.FREESAMPLE.Send
.
,
8c
;::, crops are either materially enlarged for a while as to how the high GINNY SIMMS handsaw. It is almost as easy to Box postage 264. Atlanta Gilenol.Dept., Georgia.V
lti' or entirely dependent on school and would DR. FRED PALMER'S
-
: college gals reactto cut curves as to make square cuts
Calif. where she has 63- SKIN WHITENER
ridge a
,
'. *: fertilization
:: by pollen brought by older in
men romantic roles: ranch. No calling her but a pattern and a little extra
acre more
honeybees the value of these insects
,
A Quick Switch Miss Simms or just Ginnyshe's"Your care are necessary for perfect re
to agriculture is probably sults. Orchid Species
v more than 20 times the value of After a try or two, and a look at Honor" now.'1/ There are no less than 5,000
'',; the grosses, fear fled. From thenon -",- In this design curves add com-
; the honey they produce. species of orchids.
men who had played character Warner Bros. is certainly trying! fort as well as beauty, and a tufted

.-! '" roles for years started to pitch woo. to do right by Mark Twain. "The cushion distributes the weight so
> ,+ Others who, hadn't held a heroinein Adventures of Mark Twain," co- that springs are not missed so

"" : hONE I : I their arms before a camera in starring Frederic March and Alexis much. The curved piece are
< --- years were suddenly given the opportunity Smith, will have its nation-wide shown at the left.

' \ .. SURER WORLDS LARGEST SELLER AT IB to enfold 'em. in long and debut in more than 200 theaters, will You can see how easy they are
: .: passionate embraces. be shown at advanced prices for to cut, out of odds and ends of

:. There was plenty of love light. in one week.' .... one-inch 'lumber that ,you may
Soldiers Who Can't Vote the old boys yet. K--- have on hand or can get at the

More than a quarter of Amer- It was all right with everybody, Those who have been confused by nearest lumber dealer. I
including the ladies. the stories out of
ica's 8,000,000 fighting men cannot It seems a conflicting coming
man's a man so far as screen love- South America can't afford to miss
vote this year because they are
: making goes.Getting the March of Time's new release, &mJmia -.-
under 21, the minimum voting age Hear 'em Crackle!
On "South American Front-1944. It
in all states except Georgia, which
permits 18-year-olds to vote in all There's Ronald Colman, William' tells, and shows, the truth aboutArgentine's

elections. Powell, Spencer Tracy and Hum- so-called "palace revolu I II
phrey Bogart left to play love scenes tion." It shows what an impressive (

with young cuties. Well, they do, and amount of rubber, quartz, mica and fJJ. p

very well, too. Gosh, haven't they tantalite were supplied us by Brazil,
For ONLY 1 01 Now had practice? But no mention has and how important was Brazil's

Less thanMohammedan's been made about our mature leading grant of air bases. I RICE! UISPIES I II Iro.
; ladies and how hard it is to find -*--

young men to play opposite them. Too bad everybody who listens to

Suppose we take a gander. Our .top Joan Davis and Jack Haley on the

: screen stars today are Greer Carson air can't see them working-but it'sa Grains are Great Foods"Kellogg's ( ,/ ".....,. IL
Claudette break for the servicemenat ,,
Colbert, Bette Davis, great ;
dil l Irene Dunne, and you must admit the military posts where they've L; Rice Krispies equal the 'II.I N':>
they've been around quite a while. been broadcasting on their eastern whole ripe grain in nearly all the J"I L' : '

; a dose To. me that's healthy and a sure trip. When Rudy Vallee went into protective food elements declared It" r Nt'H

sign that movies are growing up the service radio wiseacres won- B1! essential to human nutrition. I! I
f
because in the old days if a girl dered if Joan eould hold up the pro- Im ___w':,, q/4i9; .,, ;t .
I was over-say 18-they talked about gram that succeeded his; with the

her'life as: being over-or at least able assistance of Haley, the show ,t t'j tJ
unable to attract attention. has moved right into the top ranks.
'j
F e e W *>

Handle Returning From Mexico Deafening noise was created onI I ]

The lon lock of hair on the back Miliza Korjus of "The Great Vox Pop in a war plant the night
,. of ,Waltz" fame Parks Johnson demonstrated the
a Mohammedan's head is left begins her American
there when he shaves his pate as concert tour October '4. She's been new army lip microphone, which ;

a handle by which he can be living in Mexico City. When.she arrives permits distinguishable speech over 1
here she'll be disturbances. Later a worker who
pulled to heaven. an American
citizen. Many think "The Great handled the rivet guns was heard
Waltz" was Metro's' most beautiful talking to his wife over a pay sta-
tion phone. "Did you hear that .
musical. I'm not
FOR QUICK RELIEF sure they'aren't
1 right Lewis Milestone done noise on the air?" he asked her. She '

r A 0"t : ]ij'jB in umpteen sweaters running up and up evidently had." "Well," said he, ,;

down Beverly Hills to take off that "that was me.

A ANTISEPTIC Soothing S A Iv II;. poundage, streamlining for action.I ---7f--: HINTS FOR HOME BAKERSHoiand 5
can remember the day when he For mystery fans; Republic'smaking
Used by thousands with
suits Jor 40 years-six valuable satisfactory ingredients. re-- hired a man to wake him and actu- "Secrets of Scotland Yard," Dessert!
Get Carboil Co.at drug stores or write ally pull him out of bed. Joe Cotten with Edgar Barrier. Internationalhas Snowy-Here's Grand
Spurlock-Neal ,
Nashville Tenn.
plays the lead opposite Ginger Rog- signed Joan Bennett to play opposite -

ers in "Double Furlough," so Dore Edward G. Robinson in with Fle/scnm(1/1n' yellow:
WNU-7 16-44 Schary's search is ended. Cotten "Once Off Guard." And Dick Pow- '; 8utmak tI1 ssa J/scu l$

goes into Alfred Hitchcock's next ell gets the starring role in RKO's eXTRA vh*limns*
/3eYe.7sf r
a but that isn't ready yet. "Farewell My Lovely.
-k--
o Waits and Gets Hedy SNOW BISCUITS
Jim Jordan Jr., son of Fibber FleischmaD1l'S Yeast,
Ray Bolger waited for the deal McGee and Molly, has had his option ,2 cups sifted flour' .1 cake lukewarm waterS -
he wanted and has signed a term i lifted by RKO. Some months t Ith teaspoons .Jf.s cup tablespoon melted shortenIng
And Your Strength and contract with Metro. His first will ago the studio signed him as a con- teasPOOn salt 1 water.

Energy Is Below Par be "Holiday in Mexico," opposite 'I tract player, and while receiving "' together flour, sugar and salt.Dissolve yeast in Dough lukewarm will be soft.

i' It may be caused by disorder of W4- Hedy Lamarr, with Arthur Freed dramatic training he has appearedin Add to dry Ingredients. Add melted shortening. and lightly until ,
ney function that permits poisonous producing Sam Goldwyn bor- board and knead dough quickly
Seems
accumulate. several pictures. likely floured
waste to For truly Torn out on Cut with
many tmcs-
people feel tired, weak and miserable rowed Walter,Slezak from Twentiethfor that he got some coaching at home, N smooth and elastic. Roll out % inch untU doubled in bulk about ai
when the kidneys fo.lto\ rise>
.remove
panJLet
ra : acids and other waste matter from execs the "Sylvester the Great" with Bob too. + cutter. Place on greased in hot oven at 4250 F. about 20gSSSfe
blood. Hope. He'll play a corrupt gover- ifM1 .SerVe hot with home-made Jam,
%:, You may suffer nagging backache,
nor of a Caribbean island. Sam hada that ? tFLEISCHMANN'S
rheumatic pains, headaches dizziness Robert Livingstone, guntotin'hardridin' dessert trea
getting up nights; leg pains, Iwellin Gallup poll taken about the title western star recently
Sometimes with smarting frequent: and and burning scanty urination la an-- for that picture. One that came' in promoted to straight dramatic roles '

1 fi the other sign that bladder.something:: It wrong: with first was "Princess and the PirateThat's ." by Republic, had to take it on the
kidneys or
There should be no doubt that prompt the one I'd go for, too chin from his western pals, who RECIPE BOOK

treatment Doan't Pill is,. wiser It Is better than neglect.to rely on Uae a Metro's thinking of doing the life of: razzed him unmercifully after he NEWLY REVISED FOR WARTIME!
' \ medicine that hu won COuntrywide approval Robert Louis Stevenson. I've won- had to wear a woman's coiffure and Clip and paste on a penny '
than OD, something less favorably dered why that wasn't done before. dresses in several scenes of "Good- post card for your free copy Mama ....
Doo.n' have been of Fleuchmann'f newly
nown. tried and teat- re
edGet many years. Are at all drag: stores. What a great man! I hope they'lllet night, Sweetheart." His one conso- .' w s'r vised "Th Bread Basket" fLASi ss
Doan a today. Stevenson's grandson, Austin Dozens of easy reaps for
lation that female impersonator
was as a bread, rolls,dessert*.Address ._
Strong, author of "Seventh Heaven he fooled Ruth Terry Standard Brands,Grand On- 'Town OT Crty
I a ," do the screenplay. He's at and Henry Hull, who appear with teal Annex, Box 477, New ., TJ
$ York 17 N. Y. Stafq.7
I Santa Barbara visiting his mother. him. w






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FOUR THE OLEWISTON NEWS ;FRIDAY. APRIL 28, 1014The


I I A social hour was enjoyed and Hall, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. J. F.j j reject any and all bids. I Governor.
News I
Clewiston I the hostesses served refreshments Morrison, Mrs. N., V. S.' Mumford, I I BY ORDER of the Trustees of the Attest: I
I of strawberry shortcake and iced Mrs. C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Internal Improvement Fund. I'I'I F; C. Elliot, Secretary.
Mrs., M. Pitzen,I I I SPESSARD L. HOLLAND, No. 55-April 21, ,
Published every Friday In Clewlston, tea to: Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. Meador, C. M. Pirkle, Mrs. G. j 1 I 28 May 5, 12, 19.
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS Mrs. Tanner, Mrs. Hodges. Mrs. "Mrs. Gene Powers and one guest, II I .N I-
Tnc. Bembry, Mrs. C. R. Krueger. Mrs.R. Mrs J. H., Doty. I ,

L. Marshal, Mrs. J. S. Taylor, _
Entered as second clues mall matter Mrs. Thelma Griffin, Mrs. M. A. \1 I
February Clewlston,1,Florida 1927, at, under the Post the Office Act of In Thomas, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. J. FOR SALE 7-tube\\\I QuifictjonsARE' I

March 3, 1897. Moodie, Mrs. Don Larner, Mrs.
Blanche Mitchell, Mrs. Jack Himrod, Silvertone Radio, battery
Serson, Mrs. Gordon I
Mrs. G. F.
CARR SETTLE, Publisher /Tnodel with 8 tube ImportantFl
Bembry and Mrs. J. D. Rogers. per
"" --1 This Circle extends a cordial invita-
New bat
2':>O Per j formance.
$
Subscription Jintc- tion to all the people of Clewistonto
I BULLETIN 19, FLORIDA PROGRAM: for IMPROVEMENT -
AcUerliMnK Raton On Application. I II II I any of the church services. I teries. Also a numberof I I of SCHOOLS, published by STATE

I DEPARTMENT of EDUCATION.
Devoted to the advancement and welfare E. C. MILLS, JR., HAS fruit jars. R. W.I In future years it will become increasingly unlikely

of Clewlston and Hendry County. 15TH: BIRTHDAY PARTY...... 'Owen, Rl Box 101 l that a person without previous professional training

I -Jr., entertained a I and experience in education can succeed as a County
E. C. Mills, Clewiston. 1 tc. !
large group of friends with a -partyat I Superintendent except at great cost to the TAXPAY-
I Iil
NATIONAL EDITORIAL the Sugarland Park recereationhall ERS and to the CHILDREN. The>role that the Coun-

m ASSOCIATION Monday night, the occasion be- OTiCE TO- IARINEI'S'l : -i ty Superintendent must play makes it highly desira-

g ing his fifteenth birthday, Dancingwas l il An area approximately two miles I Ii ble that he meet the following requirements:
enjoyed throughout the even-
ing and refreshments of hot dogs, j square in Lake Okeechobee, approximately 1. Be a graduate of a standard four-year college.

pickles and olives, cake and Coca- I seven miles northwest! 2. Hold a certificate in administration and super-
of Belle Glade and eight miles east
Colas were served. vision based on special training in that field.
PARTY IS .
FAREWELL of Clewiston, bounded as follows: I
GIVEN FOR 3IRS. DOWNSA Those enjoying the affair were: northeast corner. 26 degrees 47' 3. Have had several years experience in teaching.
Charles Miner, Junior Martinez, I .....
latitude, 80 degrees 46' longitude;
group of friends gathered at Bobby Berner, Jimmy Johnson, Gil- ,northwest corner, 26 degrees 47'
the Clewiston Inn Tuesday after- bert McLeod, Pat Bailey. Stanley I latitude, 80 degrees 48' latitude; RUTH R. BEARDSLEY
honoringMrs. Grace Ward. Carleen Ber-
Wright
party
noon for a surprise southeast corner, 26 degrees 45'
C. L. Downs who is leaving ner, Clarence Stiles, Shirley Krueger -
latitude 45' longitude
80 degrees ;
next week to take a position as Russ Owens, Raymond Trice, Jo southwest corner, 26 degrees 46' 1. Is a graduate of the University of Illinois.
Moore- Ann Crouch, Lionel Beatty, Kay : 2. Holds LIFE
manager of a resort hotel at latitude, 80 degrees 46' longitude is. GRADUATE STATE CERTIFICATE
head City, N. C. Bowden, Sammy Young, 1\Iary': being used by the U. S. Naval Air No. 2482.

As a farewell gift the ladies pre- Louise Bolton,Thomas Lucille, Wayne Rogers Jordan, Beryl, Ben In-\ Station' Fort Lauderdale, Florida, I' 3. Has had fifteen years experience as teacher and
sented Mrs. Downs with an attrac- as an aerial practice bombing range. principal.Paid .
Clifford Beatty. Shirley
graham,
tive travelling bag. I Bombing operations are being con- .
O'Brien Harriet Alston !- ...
Frances ,
Mrs. W. Owen, ( Political Adv.)
Those attending were: ducted from time to time daily and
C. Prewitt, Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs.J. Jack Martinez, Harold Broad-, all boats are warned from enteringthis
Winney, Bub Mills, Edith I
Owen. Mrs.J. rick, Ann
W. Ezelle, Mrs. W. C. area.
E. Beardsley, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Long, Charles Benbow and Edward.I [s] Lieut. L. W. Alford --

Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. Otto Lar- Cockling. Lieut. L. W. Alford

sen, Mrs M. W. Bigg, Mrs. E. L. Operations OfficerU.
Stewart, Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn and WARDEN: CLUB HOLDS I S. Naval Air Station To the Voters of

Mrs. F. Deane Duff. INTERESTING MEETINGThe Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

MRS. HARE ENTERTAINS monthly meeting of the Clew-I' CLEWISTONfANDPOINT: I
'
BRIDGE CLUB FRIDAYMrs. iston Garden Club was held at the NOTICE ,
library yesterday afternoon and the
Tallahassee. Florida
R. M. Hare, Jr., entertainedher 'following officers were elected for April 13, 1944. HOOKERS
bridge club and a table of I'the coming club year: Mrs. R. M. NOTICE is hereby given that the
Trustees of the Internal ImprovementFund 4i _
guests at her home Tuesday night. Bishop, president; Mrs W. C. Owen, of the State of Florida will offer I
Mrs. C. H. Berner and Mrs. A. O. vice-president; Mrs. E. E. Kelly, for sale and receive competitive bids i (Precincts 1 and 1
(6)
at Tallahassee, Florida, Tuesday, May
Ward received crystalware for high I treasurer; Mrs. R. C. Nowling, sec- 23rd, 1944, at 12:00 o'clock NOON, for
and second high scores and Mrs. Joe retary. This was the slate of of- the following? parcels of land in HEN-

Hall, a measuring pitcher for low II I ficers presented by the nominating DRY SE COUNTY.% and E'Florida 2 of SWU: Section 7; Due to the scarcity of gas and rubber at this:
score. committee and they were unanim-I S1% of Section 19; time it will be impossible for me to see each and everyone

Congealed salad,, open-face ously elected. They will be installed South N'of, Range Section 32 East 29, Township, containing 46 of you personally before the election on May 2nd.I I
wiches and iced tea were sand-I at the May meeting. 880 acres.
Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. Reports of the secretary and trea- Sale of the above will be subjectto served in World War No. One, nine monthsover

Durrence, .Mrs.: .,G. E. Etherton, Mrs. I I surer were read and accepted and expires existing December grazing 16. 1946.lease which sea. I know some of the many hardships our

R. C. Nowling, Mrs. Hall,. Mrs. the club voted funds to send two This Notice Is published In com- boys are, having today.I .
Woodward, [Mrs. C. L. V'I I I delegates' to the convention of the pliance Florida with Statutes Sections 1941.270.08 and 270.09, have lived in your community for many years" T .

don, Mrs." E. C. Mills, Mrs. ,Federated Garden Clubs at Tampaon The Trustees reserve the right to in the past, therefore most of you know me. I am a
:Mrs. R. J. Lee, Mrs. H. A. Bestor May 8 and 9. .
I member of American
and Mrs. Berner. Legion Post No. 93 at Clewiston.
Mrs G. B. Rackstraw had chargeof
a most interesting quiz program. We 'must now get together and pull together
!(LORRAINE TILFORD CIRCLE Hostesses for the afternoon were Johnson's Fish CampNear I for the very best interest of the entire county.
MET WITH MRS. BROADRICKThe
Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. Joseph ( Hurricane Gate) I It is our duty to vote for one county commissioner 1 II
Robbins, Mrs. J. K. Rogers and Clewiston, Fla. .
Lorraine Tilford Circle met I from each of the five districts that will serve
Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez and they serv- Boats and Motors Guide Service
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at the home of Mrs. W. R. Broad- you for the next two years.If .
ed refreshments of home-made cook- Rates ReasonableW. :
rick in Sugarland Park Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. E. M. ,Cornette I ies and cokes to the following mem- H. Johnson, Mgr. you see fit to elect me County Commissioner
cohostess.Mrs. 1 bers; Mrs E. W. Durst, Mrs. H. R. I (District No. 3)) I assure you I will give my best efforts -

Floyd Andrews gave the do- I to the continued advancement and development "-

votional and chose as her subject, | of Hendry County.
"A Workman That Needed Not To .
Your vote and support will be ..
Be Ashamed." Mrs Meador led in j Ge M. FORD ated. greatly appreci-

prayer. Two readings, "Today Is' )I
Tomorrow" by Mrs. L. Tanner and |

., "This Is One World" by Mrs. Arch Y: CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR l'' XR. B. WALDRON X
Hodges was followed by current j

events by Mrs. Leon Bembry. It I j Specializing In Everglades Surveys l)
was decided that each ,member was i I
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TilE CLEWISTOX NEWS PAGE FTVB:
FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1911
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T. and Mrs. FOR CONSTANCE, DISTRICT XO. 1 ocratic Primary. I am particularly II pacity and Invite a careful inspection !
Mrs. George Augur qualified for this office since I am a of my record as your commissioner; l

J. F. Curry and son, Gayle, of lawyer, a civil engineer, and, in addi- for this time. i
I wish to announce-that I am a can- tion, have served as a County Com- Your vote and support will be appreciated. '
Jacksonville, visited several days didate for nomination to the office of missioner and Chairman for Hendry I .

[ Personals with Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Constable, district number 1, Hendry County. My record In the past will / GLEN E. ETHERTON.
I
this week
1 county. stand up for itself. 1 promise the same (Paid Political Advertisement.)
... Ezelle. I am a pioneer resident of the coun- -efficient, competent, coxragcous, and I
ty and am interested in everythingthat understanding administration of coun-
will advance its welfare ty affairs that 1 gave the people of
I! Mrs. R. R. Hooks spent the weekend Your support and vote in the May Hendry County before.I I FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT'
:'1 primary will be appreciated. will appreciate your vote and sup-
LaBelle with her parents.
in
.Fred Davis inVest Palm
was
WALTER H. CHRISTIAN. port.
This is to announce that I am seeking -
Beach on business Saturday. Mrs. J. G. Niblack and son, (Paid Political Advertisement) Very sincerely, the office of County Superintendent --

.. : II Johnny, spent the week-end, here SELDEN L. STEWART.Paid of Public Instruction subject to.
( Political Announcement) the wishes of the voters In the May
c' Mrs. Daisy Yoder visited relatives visiting friends. FOII coxsTAiJLE. DISTRICT NO. i primary. If elected I will work:: for
-- the best interests of the schools of
:. in :Miami over the week-end. I I have qualified as candidate for reelection FOR CLERK OF COLR.TI 'Wendry county and in every way possible -

.:!: !! Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Rogers to the office of constable for endeavor to justify the confidence -,

n. C. Wilson and R. M. Bishop i iI in West Palm Beach over the District 1. wish to announce my candidacy you place in me. I will deeply
were appreciate vote and support..
of the circuit your
I have served four years as your for the office of clerk
were business visitors Saturdayin, f J J'r i! week-end to attend a joint birthday constable, and six years as deputy court of Hendry county, subject: to the Thank you. ,
dinner for Mrs. Rogers and sheriff and city marshall In Clewiston. May primary. I have been a residentof I I MRS HOMER TAYLOR.
Frostproof. Sunday I have worked: constantly to keep this Hendry county for sixteen years. If,. (Paid Political Advertisement.)
I j her father-in-law, H. J. Rogers, at a clean, law-abiding: community andI elected will conduct the affairs of the

Houston Burke of the U. S. Navy, [ the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. want to continue to keep it this way. office in an efficient and businesslike bbR
;; I I Your vote and support will be ap- manner. Your vote and support are COUXTY COMMISSIONER
.J'::_ stationed'at Green Cove Springs, is Rogers. preciated. respectfully solicited.G. DISTRICT NO. 4-DE:>iAUD

: ..-, spending a furlough in Clewiston. I I. S. BELL,, SR. ; B. RACKSTRAW.Paid ,
Paid Palitical Advertisement)
(
( Political Advertisement.) I wish to announce to the voters of
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i .' Mrs. A. P. Hoffman, Jr., and son, Hendry county that I am a candidatefor
Jay W. :Moran returned the lat for reelection to the office of County
Stephen, left yesterday St. Pet- FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER .1
ter of the week from business DISTRICT NO. 2 Commissioner of district No.1, which
part a /
DISTRICT NO. I!
visit.
ersburg for a few 'days While is Fort Denaud. I am serving my first

visit to Jamaica. Mrs. Hoffman is away the Selective term in office and can honestly say
( I wish to announce my candidacy that during this time I have done my
Service office in the City Hall building for. the office of county commissioner This is to announce that I am In the best to familiarize myself with the affairs ,

Bill Wall, West Palm Beach can-!I is to be renovated and Inquiries District No. 2, Hendry County, sub- race trict for No.3.County LaBelle Commissioner subject to of Dis-the of my district and the county as- '
any ject to the Democratic primaries in a whole to the end that I might b'e-
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didate for the office of Congressman ; of county
r from registrants should be May. wishes of the voters Hendry I able to give an efficient as well as con-
vas in town Tuesday. Your vote and support will be greatly as expressed in the May 2 primary.I scientious administration. In asking-
made to J. E. Beardsley or E. E. am a lifetime resident of this section for
appreciated. I another term, I pledge my best efforts -
*\ :Kelly. J. C. JACKMAN.Paid and deeply Interested in its welfare In a continuance of the same-
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee and children ( Political Advertisement.) and development. To"this service end,of if whichI elect I policy. Your vote and support In the
I ed, I will give the best
.h and Mrs. Maud Hare spent Sunday am capable. Your vote and support 1 Map primary will be appreciated.
4 Hooker-Place Wedding will be greatly appreciated. Thank: A. J. EVERS.
I at Fort Myers Beach. FOR SHERIFF you. (Paid Political Advertisement.)

i At Recreation Hall R. B. WALDRON. I ,!
candidacyfor
Moree the I wish to announce my (Paid Political Advertisement.) "
Miss Evadene spent ,
the office of Sheriff of Hendry FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER::
: week-end with Miss Irma Justice in County, subject to the Democratic DISTRICT XO. 3

Announcement is made this week primaries in May.
West Palm Beach. The idea of being: a candidate was FOR SHERIFF ( I
W. N. Bill his-
( ) Stallings announces :
I that the wedding of Miss Roberta suggested: by friends and is i agreeableto : candidacy for the office of county-

June Hooker and Lou Emerson my desires. I believe that my ac- commissioner for district No. 3, Hendry
:Miss Ruby Saunders visited friendsin with the and its
I quaintance county I wish to announce that I am a can- County. Florida. He has been a resident -
II West Palm Beach..... over. the week-; Place which was scheduled to have people qualify me for this important' didate for reelection to the office of of the county since its creation
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end. been held at the Clewiston Com- office. Sheriff of Hendry county at the pri- and Is deeply Interested in its progress..
will
.: Your vote and support be.ap- mary election in May. I have tried to He hopes to have the opportunity:
munity Church will be held insteadat precia ted. conduct the office in a manner to justify and pleasure of serving you, and with ';
M. POLLARD.
-- the Sugarland Park RecreationHall HULI5ERT another term and I will appreciate do it to the very best of his ability. -,
''' Mrs.Alma Cox of :Marlin, Texas, (Paid Political Advertisement.) your vote and support. He will appreciate your vote and!

t is visiting her son, B. L. Thompson at 8:00 next Sunday evening, BILL, MADDOX. support in the May primary.
I
I '.. and Mrs. Thompson this week. .April 30. CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT (Paid Political Advertisement.) (Paid Political Advertisement.

I .. I/ It is understood that the change ,
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I ; : 'I II I was made in order that more friend I This is to announce that I am a COMMISSIONER FOR COUXTY JUDGEI
COUNTY
I ;. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Reahard and' candidate for reelection to the officeof FOR
I I of this popular :young couple wouldbe Clerk of the Circuit Court subject to DISTRICT XO. 5 for -
Mrs. N. F. Bullock were visitors in hereby announce candidacy ,
enabled to witness the ceremony. the primary in May.; In once more reelection to the office of County Judge
/ West Palm Beach over the week- asking the vote and support of the I hereby announce to the voters of of Hendry County subject to the demo,
: voters of Hendry county I offer the Hendry county that I am a candidatefor
: cratic primary in :May. I have madea
end.
;. MRS. XIBLACK HONORED AT experience gained through years of the office of County Commissionerof sincere effort to conduct the affairs
,:'s.-:. --- past service and a renewed pledge of District No. 5, Felda subject to the
of the office in such a manner as to.
: BRIDGE PARTY SATURDAYMrs. in May. I am
continued honesty efficiency and the democratic primary
for another term
justify request ,
'ii." "'\ Mr. and Mrs. James W. Moore of same fair treatment to all at all times. serving the unexpired term of my and if reelected my will continue to give
'" I Thank predecessor, Jim Maddox, who resigned.
Sebring visited his mother Mrs. J. you. the same conscientious and efficient
." W. P. Vaughn, Jr. and Mrs. make the county a
WILLIAM T. (TOM) HULL. and am trying to service. Your vote and support will-
::;,.-:- W. Moore, here Sunday en route toI i C. E. Miner entertained Saturday (Paid Political AdvertIsement.) _____ good commissioner. In asking to be be appreciated. Thank :you.:
elected to the office, I promise to give
:. Miami. afternoon with a bridge party hon- FOR COUXTY COMMISSIONER the best service possible to Felda and R. M. (BOB) HARRIS.

II oring Mrs. J. G. Niblack of Fort DISTRICT XO. 2 the county as a whole, just as I am I (Paid Political Advertisement.)
be for
J doing this term. I will grateful
: Misses Marguerite and Laura Mi- Myers. your vote and support. Thank you. I I I .- !
I wish to announce that I am a -I
'. zelle the week-end with their Mrs. Niblack received ASA TOWNSEND. I I FOR SHERIFFI
. ; : spent I : lingerie as candidate for reelection to the officeof ,

: t-.. parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Mizelle. guest prize, Mrs. E. C. Mills a pot- county Commissioner of DistrictNo. (Paid Political Advertisement.) I wish to announce that I am a can-
2,' east LaBelle, subject to the will II .
didate for of Sheriff of Hen- ,
j I in Moore Haven. tery flower bowl as high score prize, of the voters of Hendry county in the I I dry thsubject to the democraticprimary

i.. n' I Mrs. F. Deane Duff, a set of plaquesas May 2 primary. Members of the coun- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I of May 9th. If elected, I will
ty board saw fit to make me chair- DISTRICT XO.- 1 conduct the office in an efficient and
:.: Danny Brooker, who was injured cut prize and Mrs. Keathley Bowden man when I was first elected four business like manner to the best Interests -
handkerchiefs as low score years ago, and again two years ago, This will announce my candidacy! of all. Your vote and supportwill
in a minor auto crash on Thursday |
an honor which I deeply appreciated.Since for re-election to the office of county be greatly appreciated.
:;; night of last week, is recovering I{prize.I I have been in office I have commissioner district number 1, sub-
MACK :McCALU
tried to serve my district and the ject to the :May primaries. I am concluding H. H. ( )
home made ice
of
rapidly in the Clewiston Hospital. | Refreshments (Paid Political Advertisement)
this
county at large {b the best of my abil- my second term in ca-
( I cream, cake and coffee were served ity. This I will continue to do, if re- ....
by the hostesses to Mrs. Harry elected. The vote and support of the .. -- -- '
j Pvt. George Roberts arrived Wed- : people of the county will be ap- -- -1

...nesday from New York to spend afurlough I Vaughn, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. W. pre iated.,. Thank You;, c.

.- with his"wife'arid"*" baby E. Bolton;;'Mrs.' \ 11I. M. Prewitt, Mrs.C. (Paid Palitical Advertisement,J."O. )DAVIDSON.) I rada]'! F U N N I GRAM By Peters I IL !
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.,: here... J. Nielsen, Mrs. JosephineKnight

Mrs. G. H. Small, Mrs. Mills, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

yesterday Mrs.: Duff, Mrs. Bowden and Mrs. DISTRICT NO. 3
Mrs.
C. L. Martin left
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for her home in Dixon, Tenn., after (\Niblack. Nothing is so annoyingas
This Is to announce that I am a L
I
a visit of mor-e than a week with her i candidate for reelection to the officeof ? the noise coming froma
I ST.IARTIX'S EPISCOPAL
cousin, Mrs. R. C. Wilson. County Commissioner DistrictNo. knocking or "missing"motor.
I CHURCH 3, west LaBelle. In the past I have
----- devoted myself working for the best At the first soundof

G. B. and E. A. Thomas left Wed- I Rev. S. D. Mason, Rector interests of my district and the coun- trouble drive' by and let
ty as a whole. I am rounding out my J
nesday for Tampa where they were second. term. In asking for reelection, K ; us check it.

called by the serious illness of their 'I !, Celebration of the Holy Communion for the privilege of serving another
and sermon every Sunday term, my only pledge is to continueto rr r ti
mother, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Sr. give honest and efficient service. roe. 3'
Latest word is that she is slightly, iat 8:30 a. m., at the Clewiston Community Your vote and support will be' ap- HENDRY

I' Church. preciated., Thank you.GEORGE.
improved. L. POOLE.

(Paid Political Advertisement.) SM r COUNTY

w Mrs. Louis Wethington and Miss I POLITICAL

FOR COUXTY COMMISSIONER MOTORS ,
Fs Renee Wethington are spending a
DISTRICT NO. 3
:. t few days in Miami visiting Pvt. I ANNOUNCEMENTS --.

Louis Wethington who is stationed t To the Voters of Hendry County: I F CLEWISTON, FLORIDA

r, at :Miami Beach. I wish to announce that I am a candi-
date for County Commissioner for Dis-
FOIl COUNTY JUDGE trict No. 3. I have been a resident of

Dale C. Snodgrass left -Tuesday i this section for 31 years and am very -- -

;' to spend .a few days in Jacksonville. I didate This is for to County announce Judge that I of am Hendry a can- much asking interested for your in vote county and affairs.support In I "Wish you'd save up enough money to buy 'Lectric_ washin machine

t;:. His family will' accompany him on !County subject to the will of the promise and, if elected county!:, to give large to the my best district honey. De noise from rubbin' on dat board keeps me awake."

his return and they will make their I' voters in the :May 2 primary. I feel service of which I am capable. Most ,-
'that my training: and experience qualify
home here, Mr. Snodgrass! having i me for the duties of the office and, sincerely PAUL O'BANNON.Paid ;.

'"; '. recently accepted a position as animal ,'i if elected, I will render the best service ( Political Advertisement.)
" within my power. Your vote and sup-
.,.' husbandman in charge of the port will be greatly appreciated. Thank -- .tj j

'k{ cattle breeding project for the Unit- you FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: !
I" I ROBERT KBTRING.I DISTRICT NO. 5:-FELDAH. '
:: ':. ed States Sugar Corporation. I (Paid Political Advertisement) Go To The Polls Next Tuesday

I (_, ._____________ ___________ ____ candidate. Your -
------------------------------------- G. Atchley sup-
F port in the first primary vyll be appreciated '
and if honored with the May 2nd -

'' nomination and election, I pledge to
administer the duties of this office in
a fair, impartial and business-like
manner, without fear or favor. Thank- ELECT
ing you In advance for your active


Announcing support and vote.Sincerely H. G. ,ATCHLEY. .Eo P. MARTIN

(Paid Political Advertisement.) .

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT. 4
: : : THE CONSOLIDATION OF Your Next

I wish to announce that I am a candidate -
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for County Commissioner for ,;
District No.4, Denaud, subject to the ; .
decision of the voters in the May pri- '
The Clewiston Inn maries. I have lived in Hendry county General
Beauty Shop And for:,49 years and am .interested in its Attorney
f \ progress and welfare, and. if elected, I
7i., will devote my best efforts to serving
Turner's Beauty Shop '' : the best interests of the county and .
< .'l.-,.; : its people. '

-. <' ,. HARVEY S. DYESS. A man with a background of twenty-eight years.
(Paid Palitical Advertisement)
'vftf--:' ;" of success in his chosen profession. A man of

FOR SHERIFF sound judgment, and keen foresight. An out"

To Operate Asp .. .... :r;?:. standing member of the State Legislature for
': '., '. :-- : A friend of all mankind. A man
,' \ :: \ I hereby announce myself as a can- eight years.
: :: didate for the office of Sheriff of Hen- who knows the needs of the working people of
dry County, Florida. Having served as
A trust.
Florida. man can
Justice of the Peaco for a number of you
I feel that .I am fully qualified ..
years '.::;:' '
ClewistonBeauty Shoppe and capable of holding and conductingthe .
affairs of this most important of- ..:.- Vote Fo"r and Elect

/ *. ,. ." fice in an efficient economical and
business-like manner.I E. P. MARTIN
have been a resident of Hendry .
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:c- .CPrning.'Monday May 1 Hopkins Bldg County for 21 years and feel that 1
]know: the people and their problems.
If elected, 1 shall endeavor to give foiv ._

:: + -.... Arvilla (Shorty) Hoperich Mgr. them every my respect.wholehearted Your vote cooperation and support in "\'

will be greatly appreciated.G. General '.
Attorney
H. SMALL. '
(Paid Political Advertisement)

MARGUERITE MIZELLE DOROTHY TAYLOR MYRA : -
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FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER! '\. MAY 2ND -

KENNEDY, Operators DISTRICT No.: 2 THE RIGHT :MAX: IX THE RIGHT PLACE

Thin advertisement Is to announce 1
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; that I am a candidate for the office of (Paid Political Advertisement)
County Commissioner in District No.
2, Hendry County, in the coming Dem-




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poR I U. S. Businessmen Attempt) r .4/f 4 :w


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w In His Time

.... To Define Free Enterprise Y iNNUSrn, IJrodigal-Father, I've q notion to settle "
down and go in for raising chicken*.
Springtime in Manhattan Father-Better try owls. 'Their liourt

Washington, D. C. Streets coated with glistening rainwhile would suit you better.

JOB TO DO IN LONDON puddles are polka-dotted with

Those close to Secretary of State Chamber of Commerce Officials Inaugurate raindrops Baseball gab invad- Junior to Pop, who had refused

Hull say he is not happy over the ing war dialogues The well- to permit him to go out: "All
Education to Teach
Designed
mission to London undertaken by Campaign Sf .,pIAY .. sharpened notes of warbling birds right, then, I'll go over your head

energetic young Undersecretary Ed Specific phase of Democracy. k giving happiness a sound track and ask Mummy."

Stettinius. Originally, the trip was .Z Islands of defeat scattered around

planned partly to please the British, town where sunshine only magnifiesits Hasn't Changed

who hinted that we had sent no important poverty A gray-eyed sky Joan-Is your cousin still
mop-
emissaries to London since I By BAUKHAGE clearing the thunder in its throat and ping decks in the navy?

Harry Hopkins' call on Churchill two News Analyst and Commentator. displaying its white-fanged lightning Jasper-Yes, he's the same old ..

years ago.However. declare Playful breezes juggling the an- floorflusherl 1
WNU Service, Union Trust Building hearty after hearing Dr. Watts -
Stettinius is on the way cient weathervane atop St. Paul's
Washington D.C. :
to turning the mission into some- Cathedral The shy rustle of
thing really important. He is sched- In the last few weeks in Washing- "A city chamber of commerce balmy winds caressing faces with

sub- ton-and in London, too, for that opposes restrictions which neigh- invisible Muffins
uled to discuss five important baby fingers. family'Viii
sometimes placeon
boring towns your
jects with the British. They are: matter-there has been a crescendo, merchandise by
deliveries of
1. Stabilization of the dollar and demand for an explanation of our The Hudson River cobwebbed with

pound after the war. foreign similar policy, is and going it is reported from thata the city the merchants same organization and truckers.Yet is streaks of gleaming sunlight \ love -' f
cry up
2. A world bank. likely to help erect similar bar- Shop windows glowing with Spring ;
soldiers at the front-What are we '
3. Stabilization of commodities.This riers against out-of-state or out- finery composing 'visual poetry of 'cr -.. ,J'.
would mean the application ofWallace's fighting for? oftownenterprise which might vivid hues Sunrise lighting a ;j If .

ever-normal granary to all Secretary Hull attempted an an- compete with its own industriesor fiery dawn on the stub of a warm *Prune or .r;

basic commodities such as tin, rub- swer not too satisfactory to his merchants. night .. Brisk winds brushing the :

ber, copper, sugar, with a systemof critics. There will be further official "Businessmen dislike restric- last few dead leaves from trees as Bacon "" fffijM ;

buying and selling to keep prices' efforts at elucidation. But at least tive policies of farmers and labor nature weaves its annual green "
stabilized. brass-tacks institution whose u f fans d, 'i
one unions. Yet many of them gown around them Relaxed
4. Oil and the Near East. The headquarters is in Washington has humans anchored to park benches fj'd'V(; ,,9
that free competition .-
say .
bW'.PP ::
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United States wants to avoid a cut- come to the conclusion that beforewe among themselves would be allowing contentment to find a homein

throat battle for oil such as occurred can understand what we are ruinous. So they lobby for meas- their spirits A soldier stroll-

with Britain after the last war and fighting for, we must have better ures to restrict business, competition ing with his girl ,. Workers % U-BRAN Muffins

which is already threatened as a re- understanding of what we think we and to legalize pricefixing'by eagerly sipping lungs full of antiseptic 2 tablespoons % cup milk
sult of the Arabian pipe-line want to fight for. Everybody on the their air before plunging into sub- shortening 1 CUP sifted flour
by own
government or saltLegg
wrangling. allied side claims that democracy is organizations. way dungeons The everlasting JA cup sugar 2'A%teaspoon teaspoons -

5.. The future boundaries of Ger- the common ground upon which all frequently beauty of twilight balanced on the 1 cup Kclloge's baking powder
"Chambers of commerce -
many. stand but, there is considerable fingertips of a departing day. All-Bran '
join the clamor for uneconomic Blend shortening( and sugar thor
German boundaries were tenta- difference as to how each one defines Add and beat well. Stir
oughly. egg
local projects of the
discussed at Teheran but and milk. Let soak until
tively democracy. in All-Bran
state or federal government on The Magic Lanterns: "See Here, most of moisture Is take up. Sift
now Dr.... Isaiah Bowman, famed Leaving the broader international the ground that 'other places are Private Hargrove" is loaded with flour with salt and baking powder
geographer, has accompanied Stetti- aspects for a moment, I want to odd to first mixture. Stir only until
familiar but it's
getting theirs; why shouldn't we comedy gags, gotso flour disappears. Fill grease a
nius to London to talk details. Bow- report a unique campaign of educa- full. Bake in hot
get ours?' Such chamber of com- doggone much good feeling that muffin pan %
man was Woodrow Wilson's geographic tion whose purpose is to find out oven (400F.) abo- i 30 minutes.
leads in- you skip the stencils. Besides, it's
socialism to muffins.
merce
Yield: 8 large
expert at Versailles, and just what is meant by one specific creased tax burdens which cor- got a pair -of likable lads-Robert y For prnnc muffins, add % CUP
officials critical of his of about which pitted and chopped
some are phase democracy we Walker the well-soaked.
restrict marketsand and Keenan Wynn-as ,
chopping-up of Europe.;: hear a great deal, namely, "free respondingly prunes to dry ingredients.
jobs in free enterprise." rookies, and Donna Reed as the *For bacon muffins, add V CUP
This .imposing agenda has irked enterprise." This organized effort is crisp,diced bacon to dry ingredients.
This is the kind of strong medi- lookie .. "The Fighting Seabees,
Secretary Hull. Apparently, it was being-promulgated by the one group cine which the United States Cham- means to be a back-slap for that
pretty well arranged while he was whose members use that term most useful arm of the military, but some- And remember, too xz toec's
ber of Commerce recommends the
ALL-BRAN by itself Is a rich, natural l
in Florida. Also, Hull was always frequently.And
times
the The
praise gets gibbery.
average American to absorb so that source of the whole grain"protective"food
of the Sumner Welles as their leaders admit, frequently -
jealous trips
is "I
"free enterpise" be under- thing too Hollywood-flavored to elements protein, the B vitamins
took to Rio, Rome, London and Ber- don't know its meaning and stood. Here is another may sample of look like war "The Heavenly phosphorus, calcium and iron

lin, and now it looks as if his new often do not even subscribe to it- Body" does not refer to Hedy La-

undersecretary might also be crowd. the United States Chamber of Com- straight-from-the-shoulder talk: marr, who's in it. The title comes 1 '1'P' ALLBRANBlight -

ing him for the limelight. merce. "Recent corrosions of eco- from Wm. Powell's monkeying with i
Before I have document nomic liberty in the United
me, a the stars. Sometimes the going gets
from which I want to quote five States, are not due to the effortsof Be
MORE HORSE LEATHER but
funny, too often you can almost
lines: a few communists or fascists. Joan-What does K.P. stand
Representative Calvin Johnson of hear Powell's suspenders give from
Illinois has been badgering the war "Said one newspaperman to Instead they cniefly come from the strain of carrying the frail tale for? i
another: 'I'd fall dead if I founda the fact that so many of us care J
department and the War Production "Tunisian Victory, action Jasper-Keep.peeling, I'guess.
-, board to get more ,harness for farm businessman who wasn't in 'only about our own liberties and shots by the USA and British cam

horses. With leather short, and har- favor of free enterprise.' are indifferent or even hostileto eras, records some- lovely shots of ( ..
"Replied the other: 'I'd fall possession of similar libertiesby 'DIAPER Soothe, cool relieve
ness buckle metal diverted to war the Rats on the run, than which
dead if I found a businessmanwho others of our fellow citizens.In Ill I diaper rash-often pre-
production, harness is scarce. Also, there is nothing more entertaining. vent it with Meisano, .1
the army has bought up tremendous really wanted it.' fact, for a momentary gainin h AS the astringent medicated

supplies of harness.In.campaigning The document quoted from is nota higher prices, higher wage owder. Get Mexsana.
-V
communist pronouncement it is rates or government favors, It's simple to spot a debater on a

for more harness, "The Economic Sentinel" printed by many of us are willing even to radio forum who has lost the argu-. Fly's Movement,
Wing
Representative Johnson suddenly the United States Chamber of Com- sell our own freedom." ment He's the first to lose his I
The of makes 330
bumped into the fact that the wing a fly
army : Have innovation
temper a nifty -
merce, and it is just part of an edu- I wish I might quote further but movements a second.
from its
was only just now releasing
i : The recordings of DorothyParker's
cational effort the of this
on part space does not permit it for it goes
Jeffersonville, Ind., quartermasterdepot
body of businessmen, whose objective without saying that real "free enter- i I witty monologs-by stage
a total of 30,000 sets of har-
stars Some critics to
is I'm from another .0 objected
( quoting prise, its virtues and its benefits, I I
ness carefully stored away since fine film "The Heart because
a Purple -
pamphlet published the Chamberof
by are expounded in great detail. But SNAPPYFACTS
the last I
war. it made 'us
they complained,
Commerce) : this is enough to show you a sur- h;
I hate All doctor.
I Japs
right,
"To develop in every,,community prising degree of frankness a remarkable ABOUT
FREE RADIO TIME j I'll quietly Add invitationsto
of leaders go
a group who willingness to think. It is I
Broadcasters are wondering how really understand, and who can something when the very people who murder: Swingsters who manglethe Fo
other will follow "Oklahoma" lilts The
many congressmen explain and who convinc- gay
can often are loudest in their accusa- ?
the example recently set by Mary ingly advocate the economic tion that "free enterprise" is being war film, "Tunisian Victory," is the riJriRUBBER

land's Senator Millard Tydings. At of free best yet. Keeps you sitting on the ,
system private, compet- destroyed by Tom, Dick, Harry,
the close of his edge of Variety
regular weekly
your
itive it suspense
enterprise, or to put John (Lewis) et alia, are willingto
broadcast, he announced that he reports that Movieburg is losing'interest -
another American
way, enter- admit that they, themselves,
may
would discontinue the series becausehe in bandleaders "because they The importance of the tire
prise. be enemies of free competitive
did not wish to subject the radio j jAn 0 lack acting ability" Sure took conservation program effected -

station, WBAL, to charges of unfair- Important DiscoveryThe enterprise. H'wood a long time to find it out in 1942, will bo appreciated -

ness during the coming senatorial campaign of education among Hitting the Trail If the film biz depended on act- when it is known that the

campaign. the Chamber's own members has When Eric Johnston arose and de- ing ability-Hollywood would have number of passenger car tires -.;
rationed and those sold on .
been going on for some time but clared that labor and managementmust only one actor-Spencer T.
new cars in 1942 only equalled!
OIL SUBSIDYThe the general public didn't realize "hit the sawdust trail to- 8.8'per cent of the passenger f"-

CPA has now recommendeda what was happening until they heard gether," he started something. But Good to see' Fred Allen climbingin car tires shipped for all pur-

system of oil subsidies to Eco- !Eric.. Johnston, the president of the actually he was only carrying on. the popularity surveys He's poses in 1941.

nomic Stabilizer Vinson ranging chamber, make a speech early in something which his organization one radio jester who makes an hon-

from 25 cents to 75 cents a barrel March, copies of which, I am told, .I don't know whether he was the est stab at trying something original Neglected small tire tread cuts and

for all low-producing wells, namely are still in great demand.Mr. chicken or the egg had already Gamblers about midtown are bruises can become serious rubber
those oil wells averaging nine barrels the war'll be in Yur- wasters. A small cut, even thc -,h it
Johnston criticized labor but started. It is a process by which wagering over ,
per day or less. This would for every one. of the "seven deadly businessmen (and in businessmen, rop by July 4th ". Might be a does not go'entirely through the
t give a subsidy to about 80 per cent for is good to win the fabric,lets In dirt water and foreign
sins" which he said labor had committed the farmer is included he a way bet-by getting

t of the nation's wells and would cost he confessed a parallel sin mighty important part of the.American into the fracas and helping fight it matter.size Constant of the cut flexing until the Increasesthe tire Is

: 0 the government about $60,000,000 a committed by business. free enterprise system) can get Here's a repeat boost for Ben beyond repair. Prompt repair Is a
year. ofvhat"the American Hecht's exciting book: "A Guide for
an understanding -
Johnston, in making this spee"chand patriotic duty these days.
The plan was secretly worked out system of economic democracy the Bedevilled" Don't miss it
in his
subsequent
and
writings
i: by some of the independents but -it'll make better American
utterances is really is and then see whether they you a
practicing what his
i when the big companies heard about are really supporting this American The jokes that helped kill
has
been
organization
i it, they raised_ such a' howl that the preaching in system or not.I vaudeville are now making radio
the campaign they
little fellows backed are now carry-
out, stating pub- writers wealthy and famous.
the have idea how successful Mr.
ing on through chamber's department no
licly that they had not been
cooper- of governmental affairs in Johnston and his colleagues will be
ating with the government in devis- '
ing the subsidy scheme Washington.They but I know some of them are en- Elastic fingers of sunlight reach-

= provide a. program which thusiastic enough to believe that he ing into shadowy skyscraper can-

However, it looks as if the plan their local chapters can follow,' tell- has rendered a service which makes yons Children bubbling with

would go through. Pennsylvaniawells ing how to organize discussion .. him eligible as a contender for the happiness-finding thrilling adventures -

the, which are the deepest, will groups, which they point out, should job of keynoter at the Republican In the fairyland of youth FGO@thjCh4h!

get highest subsidy include public officials, ministers, National convention in June and Fresh air fiends draped across park

professional men and women and some are even optimistic enough to lawns getting a kick out of breathing

MERRY-GO-ROUND believe it or not they strongly provide themselves with curry 'Romancers driving out fearsof

C. The United States is cutting off recommend the (paid) assistance of combs just in case they might be insecurity around them with a

its nose to spite its face in regard to a college professor. The purpose is called upon to groom a dark horse personal fortress of blue skies and

De Gaulle and the Free French. We the understanding of that demo- for the presidential race. rainbows The cool kindness of

are still freezing French funds in Spring mornings that drain the ache
cratic principle-free enterprise.It But politics aside, there is cause
order to hamstring De Gaulle which from souls and
people's inspire themto
was from the document for rejoicing when anybody sets out
means that we will have to dig down com- attack problems of the day likea
piled by one of these doctors of to try to define at least one phaseof r
into our own U. S. treasury to pay conquering hero Spring busily
the to be
thing are supposed
philosophy Dr. V. O. Watts we
,
France's share of the UNRRA eco-
fund. nursing the trees and flowers that
for and to do
nomic counsel of the Los Angeles fighting some thinking
Each nation is
supposed to contrib-
patiently waited for her during the
about it. As Leonard Read
Chamber of Commerce for such general
ute a share to this world relief fund, bitter Winter months The for-
Los Cham-
of the Angeles
group guidance from which I manager
and since we are tying up French quoting. was ber of Commerce, said just a few est fire of noise that blazes along the ;. .

funds, we will have to find the money weeks ago: Main Stem, destroying the silky 'of...;

some place. For and AgainstIf "We have come to the conclusionthat calm the season brings Lovely

C. In Recife, thousands of cheering confession is good for the soul, the best contribution we can stenogs discussing their, sweethearts
Brazilians welcomed Mrs. Roosevelt the 0 during lunch hour, putting a periodat
soul of business in Olympia, make to the thinking in our coun-
by singing "God Bless America" in Washington (where the quoted lec- try is to,improve our own thinking." the end of each sentence with a Keep the Battle Rolling

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Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. The Questions 6. What is meant by "amen" at
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1. The word materiel means
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permission. 3. In what other field than music 2. Northwest. .
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; Problems and differences of opin- --... .
ion need not be harmful if they

are properly met and honestly set-

tled. In the church at Antioch a

question had risen which had to I

be answered, authoritatively, and

rr a t 's" i'o,> ,, i '; once for all. '
The early converts ot'the church

- ::ft were naturally from among the .. ...... ... .. .. ..... / .

Jews, and they carried with them
obtain transfer designs for 6 Canary
into their new-found faith the tra- Towels (Pattern No. 5244) color chart for

ditions of their religion. Some of embroidering send 16 cents in coin your

them did not recognize that the sal- name address and the pattern number.

vation they had in Christ was entirely Due to an unusually large demand and
current war conditions slightly more timeis
by grace apart from any :: required in filling orders for a few of
; works of the law. They not only the most popular pattern numbers.

b .oq'J'ffi fL. felt that they must observe the law,

ri but insisted that the Gentile believers -
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CIRCLE
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must also fulfill the Jewish rite 530 South Wells St. Chicago. ':

_ 'I... Daughter ;; Make i; for Mother of circumcision. This promptly Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to :

Recipes ) raised the question whether Christ cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo.

alone could save, or if men ''were .................
Jt Food Is Fun! saved works.To .
,I Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving by'grace plus ''Name ...............:...............
settle this matter, Paul and .;"
It's a good idea to let small 'fry Menu Barnabas went up to the church at N< ,in Address .:.........'.................. ,, '.

.
:
take hold of the kitchen duties once Jerusalem; and there a great coun-

\ in a while and Pork Chops Cream Gravy cil discussed it freely, and came to .'

I give mother a' -a Mashed Potatoes a decision which was then trans- V

; rest. The children e Buttered Spinach mitted by letter and a committee.We Just 2 drops Penctro ';:

I ,( will enjoy doing Y Raw Vegetable Salad findI. Nose Drops in each ;
:
Bread nostril help you
, I" new things and t S Rye Beverage Fundamental Principle Established breathe freer almost -,'

F.;.' '" mother can feel Delicate,Cup Cakes -Salvation by Grace (Acts 15:' llE1P head instantly cold, gets so your air. j
'
I tt: '- she is contributing Recipe Given 23b-29). Only 25c-2;4 times as :

.. I: f to their all- The believers at Antioch were to Use much only for 5Oc.as directed.Caution: ':."J

''- P. r' round develop- abstain from those things which :P nebo Nose Drops .'
: i Yz teaspoonginger ,
," '. ,:. __ ment. would hinder their spiritual prog- '
I :y .- Naturally it isn't a good idea just Yz cup nuts, chopped ress and harm their testimony. That .'
: i Yz cup dates, pitted and ,cut
to wide the doors in the kitchen
open was important and right, but it must Trigger Fish t

and leave the children up to their Mix egg yolk, brown sugar, molasses not be allowed to confuse them regarding The trigger fish has a trick fin : ,1'I,
.< ... own designs. What I'm suggesting and blend in sour cream. SiP :"
:' the basis of their salvation. that can be locked into place to ',
:, Is that they be allowed to make up together flour, soda, baking powder,
They were not saved by works, no, prevent dislodgment'when the fiah ,]
'
salt and ginger. Blend into first a
watched motherdo
' something they've
not even by the most commendable. '. wedges itself in a rocky crevice.
mixture. Stir in dates and nuts. .tY
so often,they know how.
Salvation is I
by grace, ,through
..' There's a lot of satisfaction in Spread into greased pan and bake faith, not of works,. lest any man ;1 1CO
making cupcakes, especially if they for'15 minutes in a hot (400-degree)
',. I I should boast (Eph. 2:8, 9). That DON'T LET
,I' .. ,,' are iced with tinted icings and sprinkled oven. Cool in pan. Frost with: :% principle, which is absolutely foun-
-.-,;. with finely chopped nuts. cup confectioners' sugar beaten into JSTIPATION
t. }
dational in all Christian th:< one beaten white. Add salt and
f. Delicate Cup Cakes. egg was established then, and is valid SLOW YOU UP

F. (Makes 18) lemon extract. and blessedly true for all time.It 5244 O When bowels are sluggish and you I

::- 2 cups sifted eake flour Have you tried the new toppings is well worth our attention to feel irritable, headachy do as millions .'
that; don't require elaborate preparation chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem :
\ 2 teaspoons double acting,baking do- ,
: observe how the matter han-
was first days of spring are no i
: powder' ; ? Most of THE chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew . these are low on dled. Observe the plain,rebuke giv- more colorful than the colorsof FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed. ,:
,. teaspoon salt en to the teachers of, error in verse taking only in accordance with package
life-
and ideal a this little done
,
sugar gay canary
; Yz cup' butter or substitute 24. It is no light matter to trouble directions-sleep without being dis-
.. ", 1 cup sugar to use on cakes size and'in bright yellow with turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
and of
mislead the souls
men by
the children have relief, helping feel swell again. Try
i;: 2 eggs, unbeaten flowers of red, green and blue. you
injecting our worldly-wisdom or our FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
made. Here too
c: ,
% milk Each for towels break-
cup design tea ,
and economical.A family supply
is good basic opinions, when we should be teach- generous
i: 1 teaspoon vanilla a fast cloth or place doilies is 6 by 6
cake ing the truth of God's Word. costs only
: Sift flour once, measure, add bakIng recipe on FEEMNTr!
+ and which to use them: Note that there was fine courtesyin inches. Embroider them in sim- I
powder salt and sift
together -
Standard Cake. sending the message to the ple line stitch for gifts!
three times. Cream butter thoroughly -
f : Yz cup shortening church at Antioch, by messengerswho
r7 add sugar gradually. Cream
of distinction and
were men
/ cup sugar
together until light and fluffy. Add
-
was'not
4 great spiritual It '-
2 courage.
well beaten
eggs,
at time .
eggs one a beating thor- .
\Yi cups sifted flour a case of abruptly telling this new d
oughly after each addition. Add flour '
church what to do and end it there f
Yz teaspoon salt ,
-, alternately with milk, a small ACTS ;
BROWN
+ 2 teaspoons baking powder but of using this trying situation as
" amount at a time, beating after,each
Yz cup milk a means of drawing the churches
j addition until smooth. Add vanilla.
Bake, in greased I 1 teaspoon vanilla together in fellowship and mutual OlD TODAY

Cream together shortening and faith.
cupcake tins in a
cat ,moderate oven i sugar. Add eggs Sift dry ingredients II. Sound Practice Observed-

I f (375 degrees) 20 together and add alternately with Walking byFaith: (GaL: 2:1, 2, 9, 10, : -

n., minutes or until milk and vanilla to creamed mix- 20, 21)). Ygia ti.}ny -

done. Spread with ture. Pour into greased, floured 8- The life of grace is not just some- :

confectioners'sugar inch cake pans and bake in a mod- thing to be written or talked about, pI:

icing or erate ((350-degree: ) oven for about 35 or to glory in; although it is all of

Po your favorite minutes. these. It is to show forth in the

chocolate frost- In using any of the following top- daily walk of the Christian.

ing. Decorate pings, frost only top of cake. Square Paul in Galatians 2 tells of his _

with chopped and loaf cakes take less icing than experience in Jerusalem, of his r-a3 x. .

nuts colored can- layer cakes. meeting and, discussion with the s + f.r.

',- : dies or tinted coconut. I. Raisin Topping. brethren. It was all of vital impor-

, Frosted Fruit Bars. 1 cup raisins, ground tance to him and to the cause of /
I" ..g r r
(Makes 48 bars) .Yz cup waterY Christ, but it is not the record of an

1 egg yolky teaspoon salt academic arugment, or the vaunt-

44 L cup brown sugarY I o Ya teaspoon cinnamon ing of a personal victory which he 1' }
Dash of "cloves'Mix
?. W cup molasses presents.He .
," / i Yz cup sour cream \ ingredients in a saucepan'andstir rises to, the high point of Christian -

.1 i \Yz cups sifted flour constantly while cooking until experience, the realization of

','-J,, ;;' -, teaspoon soda thickened-about 5 minutes. Cool). the fact that a believer has died to ; SORE TONE .i

'.. Yz teaspoon baking powderI I slightly. Spread on warm cake. self. He is crucified with Christ-

J4 teaspoon salt II. Apricot Topping. and yet he'lives. Naturally a man looks old beyond 1':
Yz to 3A cup apricot jam his years when he's sore from"lum soothes fast within "
Yes he lives in a newness of life
,
,. Spread on warm cake. bago or other muscle pains. The J I
Meringue Topping. which is not his own, but Christ liv- famous McKesson Laboratories n I f1n III a= ft '

Lynn Says 1 egg white, beaten stiff ing in him. There is the secret of developed Soretone Liniment for 19 M LY n BR; 1

Yz cup confectioners' real Christian living-a complete acceptance those cruel pains-due to exposure, i
1 sugar of all that Christ is, in and strain,fatigue or over-exercise. 'J
teaspoon
The Score Card flavoring
Good
: news is for the believer. the blessed relief of Soretone's ACT j 0 I
in store for homemakers for there 2 tablespoons butter, softened cold heat action ,j
This truth is at once deeply spir- ;-
will be plenty of eggs on the mar- Beat sugar into egg white with
itual and completely practical. 1. Quickly Soretone acts to enhance
ket and cabbage and spinach. All flavoring. Fold in softened .butter cases of

-<>f these foods give a boost to and spread on cooled cake. Again we say, it is not some'thingabout local circulation MUSCULAR LUMBAGO
Honey Icing. which one theorizes. It is an 2. Check muscular cramps
health and to your menus.
2 tablespoons butter actuality-something which Chris- 3. Help reduce local sicctting. OR BACKACHE
You will be
eating about a tians and do live out in daily
' ; pound less cheese this year than 3 tablespoons honey can 4. Dilate surf ace capillary blood due to fatlouo or exposureMUSCULAR ,I
experience.To j'
1 tablespoon hot milk vessels.
last. The kind available PAINS i
mostly fail to receive and appropriatethis
Yz coconut
cup Soretone contains methyl salicylnte -
will Cheddar-also '
be _
the kind
to duo to ccldiSORE
by seeking be made
. Dash of salt grace
,
: most popular. Kinds least obtain- a most effective pain-relieving
able will be Mix all ingredients together. righteous through the deeds of the agent.There's only one Soretone- MUSCLES ,:
limburger cream, law is to the need of the deathof "
and Italian. Spread on warm cake and broilslowly deny insist on it for Soretone results. duo to overwork ,
r roquefort About 5 until icing bubbles and Christ, in fact, to make it a vain 50f. A big bottle, only $1. -
million more pounds of cheese are MINOR' SPRAINS
thing.
browns but does not burn.
going to servicemen to help pro- Some may feel that all this is too
I: vide milk nutrients needed, by Get the most from your'meat/ Get your deeply theological for them, but it a I I II
1 armed forces. Cheese will also meat roasting chart from Miss Lynn Cham-
really is not, for God does not expectus
go to our Allies and to the Red bers by writing to her in care of Western / I I I = sfcThoush epplled tali. rub i I
Newspaper Union, 210 South to explain it, but only to accept '.:.'----' indent lutredlenli In Bore- .
Cross, which helps provide for our Desplaines -r--"'" tons act heat to lncroii
it. This is His work and it is in- I
of Street,Chicago 6,III. Please send a stamped, -: -- the luperflclnl' "PP.'* of
prisoners war. ---; blood to the; area end induct r
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I .......................................................................................................... Sunday administered night.at You the are evening cordially service invited CLEWISTOX CHURCH COMMUNITY I Sugar CorporationAdds jsouth The car of contained the cattle some feeding thirty pens.registered -

to worship with us at all the David C. Hancock, Minister Car Registered heifers and a registered bull.
services of our church.W I The corporation has hired Dale C.
With M. S. auxiliaries will meet as I SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 1944 Aberdeen-Angus CattleA Snodgrass, former livestock pro-
1 follows: G. A. at the church Wednesday I. Sunday School. 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. 'I motion ,agent for the Atlantic Coast s,
3:30 p. m.; Sunbeams at the E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes car-load of registered Aberdeen- I Line Railway, as animal husbandman "
Our church Thursday, 3:30 p. m. I for all ages.Morning Angus cattle was received in Clew- to take care of this breeding
Boysin The mid-week service is an important I Worship, 11:00 a. m. A iston this' week by the United States project.IS .
II
Sugar Corporation and placed in the
step for the Christian. NO one
theService would think of trying to take a spanof I- area set aside as a breeding project YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAIDT
all at time in --------
seven steps one approaching .
a building. Neither should I "Magic and Religion" is the
a Christian attempt to try to span a theme of the minister's sermon.
a whole week In Christian life. The I Young: people's meeting at 6:00p. :
prayer meeting service is a very important m., for all young people of high
step to the Christians' week. school and junior high ages.
------ Be with us this week. Time 8 p. You are cordially invited to wor-

..:N:N:N NON N N..MOH N N New N:N:N NON HEN..:..:q yN: m. Bring your friends. ,ship with us.'
Choir practice 8 Thursday.
p. In.
Those who will help in the music of w ayy// .y I
Lt. Robert Y. Patterson, Jr., Is ;
responsible for the addition of the the church are cordially invited to NOTICE Millions
43rd state flag to the collection which be present.

Is being made by the new Rainbow The semi-monthly meeting of the ,'Thompson Motor Parts .: )
Division. Lt. Patterson, who is Sunday School _officers and teach-
with a Field Artillery battalion ers will be held 'Friday night at 8 .will be closed all day
stationed at Camp Gruber, Okla., p. m. All workers are urgently requested -
when he learned that a Florida flag to be present. [Monday, May 8th, and

'was missing from the collection, immediately "With Christ as the center of our 'until noon Tuesday, May Saved
wrote to Governor Spess- lives, the circumference will adjust, I .
ard L. Holland asking for a state itself." 9th, and after May 15th
"flag and Gov. Holland immediately w' ..
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contacted the American Legion will be closed Saturday cy
During'l peacetime the Coast Guard I
Auxiliary, asking that A flag be ___
averaged saving 10 lives a day 365 afternoons. 5-5 44 _
cured and sent at once. The I
days in the year.
ion still lacks!: five state flags in se-// I .
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braska, New Hampshire and

Since 1937, when Colin English became Superintendentof
Pvt. George Roberts who is J.obs Don't Grow
Public Instruction
stationed in New York, arrived: millions have been saved in
school operations through the
"Wednesday to spend a furlough with cooperative efforts of
:his wife and baby in Clewiston. tM ON TREES! state ,and county school officials. Study these items:
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MORE THAN $1,000,000 in the
left Thursday .Sane : handlingof
Bruce Beardsley planning-not ,promlttai free textbooks.
morning for Gainesville to bring his i I. our answer to unemployment

sister-in-law back to Clewiston for -< fears. Sen. Ernest R. MORE\ THAN $9,500,000 in reductions of
an 'indefinite visit. The, reason? I Graham, war veteran, farmer, school district bonds.
His brother, Lt. Jim Beardsley, has :, bustness man, has PROVEN .T
"been transferred to a Port of Embar- 3i MORE THAN '
In his own business he knows $2,500,000 in interest on
Ication. Whether that means that he t. 1-; HOWl school bond debts.
Is headed for oversea service remains .

to be seen." ELECT ERNEST R.GRAHAM. MORE THAN $500,000 per year in inter- I
v e+ t g est .
current
on school. loans. \

Thomas M. Waldron, Jr., (Mutt
'to you) is home on a furlough after Insure The Continuation of Economical

seeing plenty of action with Uncle School ....
[ Operations
Sam's hard-hitting Pacific fleet. In Ik'GOVERNOR ,
at least one engagement Mutt says _
that his ship was the only one which (Paid Political Adv.) Vote For
sustained any casualties and whileIt
is difficult for us at home to believe -
that there have been so many
recent engagements with such COLIN P
ENGLiSH
;minor losses to our forces it is.nevertheless DEMOCRATS *

true. After Mutt spends a '.
.. few days visiting his parentsand
eajoying? being at home he'll prob- State Superintendent of Public Instruction
The New Deal bureaucrats, and the unholy alliance
..' :ably tf: his be experiences.willing to tell us something of Chicago's Kelly, New Jersey's Hague and other notori. 25 years' continuous service,.as classroom teacher, .."

ous political machines. are interested in a Fourth Term principal, county superintendent and
only in order to perpetuate their jobs by re-electing state superintendent.Paid .
Gus Cantrell, jr., is home on a '
"The Boss"-Roosevelt.
furlough and while he is still "fight- ( Political Adv.)
Ing the battle of Jacksonville" has It's time for the South- to throw off the shackles of
hopes that it won't be long until he political.bondage. It's time to nominate a great and able -
:goes into action._ Southerner for PresidentSENATOfl i
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and stationed at or near Green Cove

'week.Springs, is at home on furlough this -. OF VIRGINIA HASTEN, THE RETURN


When you go to the polls vote for the candidates for OF OUR I
Cpl. Dick Patterson who is with the Democratic National Convention marked
Delegate to
the administrative branch of the Air SERVICE MEN and WOMEN r
"X" on the ballot below. They are pledged to support
Corps stationed'somewhere in
Italy '
SENATOR BYRD for President.
still is getting quite a kick out of

'army life. He writes that he en- FOR DELEGATE
joyed his trip over (which lIe made -

without a trace of seasickness) and ,' NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION ", .: "
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is stationed with a fine bunch of .,.:.' The Nor 1"1 Plank in
fellows "over there." State-at-Large

MEN-(Vote for Three'r"'; :; .. : MILLARD :
Mrs. R. R. >. +
Hooks has received '.. ,, :
"word that her husband, who is ; HORACE C. VERY I 1T1 I ,.' ;, ..*
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stationed with the Sea Bees some- WALTER P. FULLER I I -- : / CAIDWELL'S

:. where in the Southwest Pacific, met SAM W. GETZEN I I : ..:
with an accident on April 5 fracturing '
JOE C. JENKINS I X I iii'
an ankle bone and causing Platform is:
him to be confined to a hospital for S. L. KILGORE I I

'at least a month. Since the month MALCOLM McCLELLAN I'' ..
'Is almost up now it won't do much -
.good for us to send get-well cards, EARNEST OVERSTREET I DEVOTE THE RESOURCESOF
Dick, but here's hoping there was at RAY SELDEN I
'least one good-looking nurse on BILL SHAYNE I FLORIDA TO THE
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duty during this
long time abed.
J. MARK WILCOX X
James *B. s"Cpl. WINNING OF THE WAR ; 4

"wife have just returned Holland and to Fort his WOMEN-(Vote,for Three) I

"Er' Knox, Ky.,. after spending a ten-day MRS. E. F. B. ANTHONY I X ( Every unnecessary day the war 1

and lurlough Mrs. here I. R.with .his parents, Mr. MRS. O. M. (Florence) CARTER I LAI I IJ ..,.. '.>,:>. lasts is another day Before our service I
Holland. '
Cpl. Hol- ', ; .
,. land's first time in Clewiston for, I J MRS. WALTER CLARK I I .: men and women can-come home.
'. more than two years. :'. ;".. BEULAH HOOKS HANNAH I.--L.- Millard Caldwell has the energy II

"':. Mrs. Holland had never before 1:';i 'MRS. HAYDEN 11IcK. HARRISS I' '.,ri.,. ,'. and ability to make the office of Gov- I'

<\/, "been in seeing here Clewiston but expressed her pleasure r MRS. KLEA E. NAIMAN I I ': :f'J: ernor of Florida really effective in the '
and
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hopes
':' day to return. Their little daughter some- MRS. JOE H. SCALES I X I .: j.! ,. war effort. -4

;,; Donna Louise, too small to .District "_,' He is also a veteran of World .

;.' ."travel at five-months, remained at Sixth Congress ,: War I. He thus understands the prob-
'' home with her grandparents. I MEN-(Vote for One) :;..')>, lems that will confront our returning t
Cpl. Holland is an instructor ;
over E. HARRIS DREW I I veterans. As Governor he :
small arms in Fort Knox and whilehe will be well-
likes his work says he enjoys W. F. FINCH I I qualified to solve these vital postwar

4': civilian work much more and hopes RUSSELL FRIZZELL I X. I problems, including the need for .immediate -
that
before long peace will come .
TONY SALVING I J
for
jobs returned service
and the men in service can return men
r. = ome. WOMEN-(Vote for One) and women.

MRS. CHRISTINE EDENFIELD I I
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H. C. Meatlor, Pastor MILDRED MORGAN I J I

af RUTH S. WEDGEWORTH I fl! For GOVERNO"n Elect
Sunday School-9:45 a. m. -

... Morning W'oship-1l:00 a. in.Training .
'.:-' Union-6:45 p. m. TEAR OUT THIS AD AS REFERENCE AND REMINDER
;" Evening Worship-8:00 p. in. MiLLARD

:p. Prayer m, Service Wednesday at 8:00' : : BYRD for PRES DENT '_ CALDWELL

The Ordinance of Baptism will be I APOLITICAL ADV. PAID FOR BY FLORIDA eYf 0.FOR.PRESIDENT-': COMMITTEE)_ (Political Adr. Paid for by friends of billiard Oaldnell)

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CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1944 SUBSCUIITIOX$2.50 PER YEAR ; ,
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Millard Caldwell
for more than five speeches in a
: "Finishing Strong" day. THE. OLD JUDGE SAYS. .

When Caldwell started his tours, '
, he. was known to only a few peoplein
TALLAHASSEE April 27-(Special I
community outside his old
>, )-Millard Caldwell is "finish- each A'Lfifli .
congressional district. He made one
y ing strong" two ways as the campaign -
trip over that district and left his p;
; for governor goes into the last ,
:: ,', few days of the first lap. He isJl campaign there to his friends. His ; F '
in that district
,
/ first reappearance
[t generally regarded as assured of
f being in the second,primary and in was one week ago when he attended
; rally prepared by
the homecoming
:: his own words he is "just getting
"' warmed up" in his speechmakiug.t the Leon County CaldwellforGovernor -
club and made his first cam-
\ Caldwell lias spent 75 working in Tallahassee. Then
paign ,speech irr
y days on tour in his first primary he went over his old district and I I
campaign. He has delivered 246 II
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well the
gave an account ef how l ,rc
, talks speeches of politi-I l : u
public or a r
rest of the state had treated him on I
:, addressed 12 'groups, it ti'i'
cal nature, has his tour. Pensacola held a big q. I I
. :.,- organizations or civic clubs on subjects historic Plaza % -k ,
" rally for him in the ; :, I
other than politics, never refer=, last Saturday night to celebrate his -i'i'4 I
, 1' of these, I Ii I
ring to his candidacy in any successful tour. ,
and has made 16 personal radio ,
; statewide Monday: night from 10:45 to i7: I II Ii I :
; ", talks hookups., many of them over 11:00 o'clock, Caldwell will speak [ \ i

over the radio from Tampa on a \ 4
Totaling the communities visited 4
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network. -4.-
state-wide Mutual I
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In the interest of his candidacy, I 4g')

;' :'. whether to speak or confer with -E t tt
: : supporters and others, Caldwell has A Coast Guard officer must be a t
c: made 291 public appearances since' combination navigator, marine engineer -
! ; ie started on 'tour In February. He mechanic, police .officer, life-
I" has taken out no' rest period except I saver, sea fighter, diplomat and ''international q zC4 .

!ii.,,,, Sundays but he still argues with his .lawyer : : i/
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", ,' "We can't argue with the Judge on that isn't the answer. It's not 'that simple. We ,

point,can we Mabel? It's not fair to penalizethe had nearly 14 years proof .f that, didn't we? .
".. many for the actions of the few." ,"The real answer is education and better I '
,',-:'' "That, folks, is exactly what we would be control. In fact, the responsible members of ro.
:Th ) SUCCESSFUL I doing in this country if we ever voted for the distilling industry are working con- r ; "

. :';"' .. I prohibition again. Authorities who have stantly toward that end.. They don't want 4
e; ;j made a careful study of the problem, report anybody to abuse the use of their product ;
w IN THE COXDUCT'OF 1 that only about 5% of those who drink any more than the three of us do." --

abuse the privilege occasionally...95%drink "If everybody would take that sensible

sensibly. ,Probably doesn't compare with! attitude, Judge, and cooperate as more and ,
r rP-! : Business: --
His Own the number of folks who overeat and do more are now doing, we'd be a lot be l..r I ,'

other, things to, -excess., Prohibition certainly off a.lot quicker." 'I'i -:',.

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'I We dare not, on pain of humiliating defeat in this war, rest :
complacently on the present status of the Negro citizens of the United 't' :,

States. We must, as a war necessity, proceed to the systematic and re- ?

lentless wiping out of every law, custom, and habit of thought which in : )

L. L. STUCKEY flagrant violation.of our Constitution enforces an unequal status between '

Negro and white citizens ,of the United States.-Page 40, Chapter VI, ",:.
"Victory and After" by Earl Browder. ;

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CANDIDATE FOR There is a movement of enlightenment and progress stirring .

through the South, among white and Negro populations, that reaches .
down to the grass roots. And already it has found spokesmen, worthy A:'

+. ones; in public life. ,,f I will mention a few,' even at the risk that Martin ,
CONGRESSNE'V Dies and his kind always denounce as 'Communists' those for whom I -i '.
speak a kind word Senator Claude Pepper has displayed a progressive 'i:: :
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mind and independent spirit' that augurs a new day coming in the South"' ';ri"' .

SIXTH SUBJECT DEMOCRATIC -Page 64, Chapter X, "Victory and After" by Earl Browder. l, <>

DISTRICT :. PRIMARY, MAY 2nd ;', .-- ..': '. '

\ if-rTh-;: ':.:Thinking:'Citizens of Florida tie NOT, In Sympathy;;.With

S T U Advocates adequate old age pen-, ; :''': V : :
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C Sioll5. : '," .' ':- Senator Pepper's "So-Called", Progressive Ideas! ::, :::i, :

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ST" U eKE Y Is for adjustment of :rail'rates from ,/
the South -\.

i ,arc.".i- ..,',':f; ,. American---Vote Democratic"VOLEDMUNDS ;

.S T U eKE, Y 'Is tariffs.for, Equalization of *vegetable Vote

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:c-;; S T'U C;"'.'Ko''E: Y Advocates elimination of wasteful
that has dot
"' pending nothing to
:_*" f'l"'" with winning of the war. '
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S':T 'IT" eKE y Stands for Free enterprise, individual -
.. initiative and self-go*"eminent.

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PAGE TWO THJS CLEWISTON NEWS ___ -'_ __ FRIDAY. APRIL 28, 1944

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OPA Price Panel moment to expedite the proper i necessary changes and improvementsas candidacy at Millard Caldwell for I| L8, M8, N8, P8, and Q8 valid
classifying of such, registrant. laid down by the state officials, governor, and H. A. Rider who gave
Met On TuesdayThe regardless of whether she remainedin a talk in behalf of Dwight L. Rogers, April 30 and book 3 stamp 1 on

School Softball charge next year or not. candidate for congressman of the air plane sheet valid indefinitely. .
sixth district. Airplane stamp 2 valid May 1, good

of the local OPA c.- Indefinitely. : :
price 'panel Team Continues Candidates Polite The'meeting: opened with'the sing-
office held a regular meeting Tues- ing of The Star Spangled Banner, GASOLINE .

day night at the ration office with String Of Wins ._ And Considerate At Mrs. R. N. Miller at the piano. 9-A coupons valid for three" gallons -
John Kettl, chairman, presiding and through May 8.
Mrs. M. 'M, Prewitt and Rev. H. C. Felda Rally ,:':<:
The Clewiston, diamondball team RATIONINGMEATS
Meador, other members present. I
ran their string of victories to seven 'I OKEECHOBEE CATTLEMEN: \ .
Mrs. V. C. Woodward ,was present to r
against two defeats at Moore Haven (Hendry ,County News) PLANT
MORE PASTURES
serve as.clerk tq. ,,:the 'board. BUTTER, ETC. ;
Several matters ,were',taken up for-' I Wednesday Moore afternoon Haven team by A large crowd of Felda and La- Book 3 red stamp A8 throughM8 I CATTLE IN GOOD SHAPE ',' ,
trouncing the
discussion, chief of whichwas a Belle people crowded the school good for 10 points indefinitely.Red OKEECHOBEE short
Despite
I 21-6. -
request from the Clewiston 1.auni i auditorium Friday night at Felda stamps R8, S, and T8 valid and .
The local boys scored nine runs for the first political supplies high cost .of seed
to raise prices to meet a demandfor I of three rallies May, 7.
increased wages from employeesdry I in 'the third inning and from then put on by the county democratic (Meat grades: AA or choice, A Okeechobee County cattlemen are '
the contest was very lop-sided committee for the benefit of local ,endeavoring to expand their pas-
which caused a strike on Monday of Jon or good. B or commercial, C or:> r.
j Last Tuesday the local boys, defeated candidates.All tures extensively this season, ac
Authorization utility, D
this week at the plant. -I or cutters and canners.)
Riddle Field 4-3 cording to County Agent C. A. Ful-
Bolts'
for the increase was withheld / the candidates but two commis- FRUITS, JAMS ETC. ''ford. -
pending receipt of further informa- and next Monday will play the Ox- sioners, both of district 3, were Book 4 blue A8 through K8 valid
the field Wednesday Range cattle in good shape
from -
I ford team are
tion. present and gave talks. It was said for 10 points indefinitely. Stamps
{ will play Lake Harbor and I pastures having held well i in the '
they afterwards up
Ceiling prices on tires were also that representatives of May 1.
the Riddle Field face of a long that\ was
(Thursday will play dry spell
considered and restaurant filings each of the offices were unusually SUGAR
start six o'- not, broken until late March.
All at
Nuts. games
were reviewed. [ polite to each other and the meetingwas Stamps 30 and 31 in book 4 valid
:Meetings of the panel will, in the I clock on the school diamond and ; marked by a complete lack ,of indefinitely for five pounds, stamp

future, be held probably once each I everyone is invited to attend. "mud slinging." 40 valid for canning through Feb. Coast Guard losses! in World WarI

month, the third Tuesday having ( The only two defeats suffered After county office seekers had '28, 1945 (correct.) were higher, proportionately, than
have been at the hands of the War
been tentatively agreed upon. a'ddressed' the people, Mrs Margaret SHOES any other branch of .the armed
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guards.'Lunchroom
Prison Camp
Because of the rush of businessat / Reeves, Fslda committeewoman. Book 1 stamp 18 valid through service.

the OPA office it has been requested -' who was chairman of the program, --- -----------
that those whose gasoline Problems called on E. M. Magaha of Fort

rations expire make new applica- Myers, who spoke in behalf of the .
Discussed At Meeting
tions a week or two in advance of
the actual need for more gasoline to "Lets Get Down to Business" '
I The LaBelle school lunchroom
permit plenty of time for making up
books. was represented at a meeting Wed- ,
and mailing out the coupon
'nesday of last week in the court- ROOSEVELTFor <

house at Moore Haven where a groupof r i
Board Reviewing4F lunchroom supervisors and Vote

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RegistrantsThe school principals of Hendry, Glades ?(
and Highlands counties met with
state officials of the federal aid PRESIDENTThese {c; To Nominate f

Selective Service Board is project for a discussion of lunch-

now reviewing those registrantswho room problems with 'a view to establishing are theDelegatoa r:4: BILL :
have been placed in a 4rF better practices for better
classification with a view to re- institutions.

classifying them as to their employ- Considerable time was devoted to to veto fon .,,. ,. z y,.;% WALL i
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ment in essential industry.The
discussing new regulations and requirement -
new classifications of these for the operation and State At Large ;
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rejected registrants will be as follows maintenance of school lunchrooms, ,, : YourCongressman

: 2A (F) engaged in civilian according to federal stipulations.This MENWalter ..
P. Fuller
employment necessary to the health covers the general layout of

and welfare of the community; the lunchroom, storage space for Ernest Overstre

2B (F) engaged ,in war industries; china and silver, covering and plac- Bill Shayno .f

3C (F) engaged in agricultural ing of tables, serving of meals, refrigeration WOMEN Q : 6TH DISTRICT :
work., Should any be left in the handling of garbage
classification 4F it will mean that '''etc. Mrt. Walter Clark OF FLORIDA, :
Mrs. Beulah Hooks
they: are engaged in non-essential Miss Jean Moore, Hendry county

r occupations or physically' unable to school supervisor, Mrs. John Cole, Hannah i

.. work. supervisor of the LaBelle lunchroom Mrs. Hayden MeK.
A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MAN WITH
The board feels that the familiesof I and Principal Velton Walters of Harms
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every man who has been classi- ; LaBelle schools attended the meet-
I Sixth 25 YEARS PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE
fied '4F in the past and who is now ing.

engaged in essential industry will ,l Afterwards! Mrs. Cole said that CongressionalDistrict

wish to get this information before !I would try for a top rating for
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'i': FORCOUNTY :i:: Partial Outline of What Mr. Sherrill Advocates

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WINNING THE WAR .

:i ir : JUDGE :: He will actively support our Commnnder-iii-Chief and help win early decisive victory.

-: 0 WINNING PERMANENT PEACE ,

?: ? To the end that our loved ones shall not have fought in vain, or go to war again.
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:: 1 If elected I promise to repay your vote of confidence, :: CARING FOR VETERANS
lIe will work to give them complete modern hospitalization, optional vocational training. generous
:i!: by a fair, just, efficient and courteous administration.Paid :: pensions for the disabled, and real jobs for all able to work. '
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:: Political .Ad*. :: He will support a National Program to give adequate, pensions' to the aged, the disabled and

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"t. f_ : GIVING EQUAL RIGHTS TO WOMEN > '.ie; '... ".'

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5: Meet Your Own Friends There, :!: AIDING AGRICULTURE

He will support Federal Aid for research and experiments: to discover new crops and new uses,
: I means and methods for old crops; to fully develop our vast natural resources of climate, sea,, lake,
:: and land; removal of sugar quotas and other unreasonable restrictions; ample tariff prot!'tiim for
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SHERRILL HEADQUARTERS, P. O. Box 2385:: ;: West Palm Beach, Florida .
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069.34 worth ef farm-grown perishable center purchased 3,056257;' dozen

:REGISTERED VOTERS foods during 1943. eggs, costing $1,304,456.16; 77- I

Two policies are followed by the 965,614 quarts of fluid milk for PETER CUNNINGHAM /1

Army in the procurement of fresh which the Army paid $11..396.61 and i ,
COUNTY'LISTED
IN HENDRY fruits, vegetables and other perish- 2,264,113 gallons of ice cream at a The Candidate for Congress and His Post-War Plan : ;; !

able food items. 1. Wherever pos- cost of $2,502,362.12.Riddle ..
-,lelMi-na1 J-be, and sot PNIDUN for tfc *.-
sible, perishable foods are purchased 1 toned Mrvle mea. I
: AS2,256 in the area where they are to be y

i ', f, ______ I I consumed by the troops. 2. Fresh Cadets Trim 2-Tb Air* c.rp.aaIa&eDaaee second t.el BOB sa .An.7, Navy' a.d

!: According to a tally taken from fruits and vegeables are served at Lions Club LadiesMoore 3-TIwI MMce o/ Bill H. :B.. >*&9, *r Mss'c;y M a I
:!,X ;;, the county registration books in the I I Army mess halls whenever possibleto adequate .ad-ace pension, t. relievet I
.>.:'.'" ; '. office of Supervisor John L. Hall, save canned goods for overseas -.elDltlo71Deat.
: the total number of registered voters shipments. ( Haven Democrat) -A kick rtaadard .f liTlnr Cr Ue .. .. M: I
I To out these policies and to S tag man and kU white-collar e -w.rker.
,\ In Hendry county is 2,256. Of this I carry In a softball game in which bril-
-- number 2,244 are democrats and .12 .I speed' up the deliveries of the vast liant plays were entirely lacking a 5-4 law pr.hlWtinic detrctlfl .( fcaUU- .R I
i quantities of foods necessary to feed *, pJbtaet, military equipment or eamp; i' r='
are republicans. I team of cadets from Riddle Field or tke tale of any armament or ...pplJe.te .
I I the training soldiers at posts and easily overwhelmed the Lions Club"Ladies" racketeers or foreign agents However, I
,.' This tally was made after the "
in the great fruit and the merchant or farmer, as well as cities, ,,, r I "
camps vege- p
board of county commissioners met } at the recreation park Fri- eoontiefl and States sh.nld be able to lease .- 7 s ,
i :and revised the books, striking off ;I Itable region of the southeast, Quartermaster day night. However those who at- as or may purchase fill their trucks needs., tractors .d supplies ; ;.
Market Centers have been
. :. the names' of fifteen persons who ; tended apparently got their moneys j Peter J. I
established at: Columbus, Ga.; Columbia and +-Conve ion .of sack military eamps, eamp .:
t worth some $35 was added to'
" had either died or moved away. V CunninghamMr.
hospitals and equipment as shall not be ;
N. C. .
S. C.; Fayetteyille, ; :
the Red Cross War Fund. The sanitariums ,
to isolation
;: The registration by precincts and camps Mr. Cunningham has :J
::. !Hattiesburg, Miss.; Jacksonville, if it matters, 19-10 and for victims of tuberculosis and other Infectious been a lifelong Demo :
:shows: Precinct 1, Cleviston, !,-I score, was
and
, Tampa and Miami, Fla.; Memphisand contagions diseases. Brat, a veteran of <..i--
: 088 democrats, 3 republicans; precinct I the "ladies" were quite well satis- World War 1, a lawyer I .. :
., i Nashville, Tenn. fied that they had made this 7-Highway, waterway, harbor improvements, and resident of Palm .:..4
2. east' LaBelle; 303 democrats many
, I mosquito control, lifting the ban on sugar Beach County for the : ,
1 republican; precinct 3, west ,- Each market center has a given runs. I production past twenty years. .,:

LaBelle, 444 democrats, 3 republicans !number of Army installations which The Lions team was composed of I Your '
Influence and Vote Will Be 1
; precinct 4, Denaud, 118 |jit serves, buying in carload lots : members of the local club, attired I AppreciatedPaid i

democrats, 2 republicans; precinct from the big commercial markets in ladies clothing and ( Political Adv.)
5, Felda, 129 democrats 1 republican (for delivery direct to the post where being'I -- c ,. <>. -J .
them will alibi for '
use as an -:
_
I the food is to be consumed. Growers M .. ;, ., .., _;1.'p oi )) .: _
and 6 Hooker'sPoint
precinct defeated that they weren't able to
sell their produce to the large
jL ,. 162 democrats. I run in these strange garments.
commercial, firms, through which .
In the last big election, year of i Don't be misled however for their --
channel, the Dixie-grown food reach-
: slowness could be more directly attributed -
1940, Hendry county registered 2-
I' the soldiers training in south-
jes -
i 529.Of this number precinct 1, I to age than to clothing.In .
I eastern posts. Growers have the
Clewiston was credited'with 1,107, \I the line-up of the Lions were:
.precinct 2, east LaBelle, 361; precinct i[opportunity of profiting by Army Fred Flanders, Ralph Wood, Frank I
[purchases, whether be large
they or
;:.- 3, west LaBelle, 612; pre- ,I Davis, Henry, Middleton, Carr Set -:';.,.;''' To the Voters
small operators. The smaller -
cinct 4, Denaud, 171 and precinct i i growlers tIe, E. J .Bowyer, Stanley Wayman,
General Uhl points out,
,
( 5, Felda, 278. There was no precinct -; may Mack Greene, Frank Yaun, 'Mr. Mc-
pool their produce, sell to the com-
r 6 at that time, it having been i" Clure with Sonny Stalls and Connie
mercial firms and each take his OFCLEWISTON
.: created during the past year. I Bowen assisting when the going got ,
proportionate part of the receipts.
, G I : tough for the old folks.
', ;, I The .perishable 'foods, including i
.
r .Army One Of Farmers I meats, poultry, cheese, butter, mel- .

Best Customers ons as well as fruits and vegetables Lions Club Hears Talk SOn

purchased in 1943 ran to a '
t I I total of 643,981,257 pounds. Thatis : By Dr. Whitford

,> ATLANTA, GA., April 26 As sufficient weight to load 21,132 June 30th, 1941, the On June 30th' 1943 the
,
.L: another growing season opens on average freight cars which would (Moore ,Haven Democrat) I
I I School Board in debt School Board was entirely -
: make 422 trains of 50 cars eachor was
the farms and orchards of Dixie; The Lions Clqb at its regular i j
.Major' General Frederick E. Uhl one freight train 164 miles long. ,meeting last Thursday night at the '

.:. Commanding General, Fourth Serv- I The reports from which General Woman's Club clubhouse heard a $13,940.07 Out of DebtI
;;': ice Command, revealed today that Uhl quoted, lumped numerous items, most interesting talk by Dr. A. C.

,IT.;: :the Army is one of the farmers" best not specifying in all cases, eggs::, Whitford, fiver technologist in
customers when he announced that I fluid milk and ice cream. To givean charge of the ramie development I

1 r rt{', Quartermaster 'Market Centers in idea of the tremendous volume near Moore Haven. j

. a t:.;; the southeast purchased $76,316- [of these foods used, one market Dr. Whitford pointed out that his I respectfully call your attention to

e.:";.." company hoped to do here in the the economical and efficient administration -

.t J .. .- .. _. production of ramie fiber for use in
L -- '. ,.- i weaving of textiles and gave a detailed of this office for the past three years.It .
L : account of the processes' involved -

f/ in this production. Also at

:.. .: I i." I hand were several samples of the is necessary to provide some lunch
:""' ,' :, rMp. Jb.h Arol; WHY fiber in the various stages of processing -

<. j, I '4R I IY starting with the;, plant' room facilities and some new and adequate -

-M, THE VOTES ARE stalk, and of other fibers used for rooms for the student body duringthe
., which i
may textiles proved very inter-
l p d 4 to those coming
esting present.. year.
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The dinner was'prepared by Frank' -
Rolling UpI Davis' who was assisted in servingby
These plans are already underway.
Mrs. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. .
Henry Middleton. The club gave a ;I
7 forDwight vote of thanks to Lion Davis for the
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I i I very excellent meal. 1 I I We are now seeking federal aid for

There were some twenty-fire Lions I this construction work. It is my earnest

,' L and ladies present at the meeting
and P. E. Lundy and Dr. Whitford, desire to be reelected and to complete this

were introduced as "new members. J.
work. I thank for
S. Aly's application for membershipwas you your cooperationin

ROGE'RS also announced. the past and shall appreciate your voteon

I i ,,, l a/, n Y'
Dwight L. ROGERS The first commissioned naval of- May 2nd and thank you very much.
ficer in the United States was in the

Revenue Cutter service, forerunnerof
the present Coast Guara. He was .r
QUESTION: Who gave you commissioned by President George !

"HOME EXEMPTION" '. Washington Dr. .C. E. WeaverS


Taking the taxes off YOUR home? In protecting shipping 'off Amer- /Candidate for Re-Election to Office of
ican coasts the Coast Guard main- .

r Voter-"DWIGHT L. ROGERS did!" tains over 50,000 aids' to naviga- Superintendent of Public Instruction)
.
., tion, including 500 lighthouses plus
: (This % House Resolution No. 20 in 1933)) lightships, buoys, radio beacons and (Paid Political Adv.)

fog signals.

I QUESTION, : Do you 'believe this service and its savingsto -

:you are worth a vote for


I\ L. ROGERS
DWIGHT Tp 4 \LEXEE N


Voter-"This one service alone has EARNED c.

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: MY VOTE FOR DWIGHT L. ROGERS : Rip


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Among other measures sponsored for YOUR benefit by

Dwight L. Rogers who served in the Florida .

Legislature 'from 1931 to 1939 are: A CreaTask, Lies Ahead


:- Free School Text Books; Full 8 :Months' School Term; Old ..,",' .,.,'" :......".,'';olJ I tl j. '", .::rtr'_ ).{.; ''. ,,-.," fIJ. ::'...;..:".'.' '.
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Age Pension Laws Workmen's Compensation Laws s. .fJ' '
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Measures for Benefit of, Agriculture and The Citrus-" ;:( .

Industry; Barbers' Laws; Teachers' Retirement Fund; : .

Equal Rights for Women. GOVERNOR
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and
ability
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A FLORIDIAN IN HEART 1
This man belives in Local Self:.Government-States
r .',"' ',Vision Will Be Required I AND FROM THE HEARTUnderstanding

RIGHTS FREE ENTERPRISE. ,
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He is against.the OPA messing with the Farmers Business. I' I ,ELECT LEX OR.UC i \ .

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t-a I A ROGERS is THE MAN FOR CONGRESS : LEX GREEN Is Best OGalifledLSELF GOVERNMENT )

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ELECT LK CRtEN jRETURN1
: From the Sixth District

ELECT. HIATGOVERNORk, / : If/ I
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to the J I
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I I', VOTE FOR ROGERS May 2nd Tex ree i will'speaic to the people of Florida Tuesday,April 25- t1:45 P./Me) '- CONSTITUTION- I .,.

'* Wednesday, April 26 Friday;April 28, at 7:30 P. M. Saturday April\ 29, If
(Political ad paid for by friends of Dwight L. Rogers) (
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FOUD THE CLEWISTON NEWS I FRIDAY. APRIL 28, i9U


trict-Women, (Vote for One) In the homes, the stores, the offices The Coast Guard is responsiblefor construction, equipment, manning-

STATE CANDIDATESON Christine Edenfield, Mildred Mor-I' the garages and on the streets ,enforcement of laws governing..and,. inspection of commercial ves- I
Wedgeworth.. .
gan, Ruth S. the answer is the same-"Our choice --
H. H. J. Benson, commandant, revealed is Ed Hamilton for Congress.'" The 1 !IIIIIIIIIIIII IlllJU IHIIIIIIIIIII !! IIIIi S\r\ 111111111111I1g:: r IIUIIIIII !it IIIIIIIIf I h
MAY 2 BALLOT
Wednesday. same feeling has manifested itself
Under the revised rule any iden- in the entire county and throughoutthe I
tification_ satisfactory to the cap-I district. oi'
ARE LISTED BELOWThe tain of the port will be, acceptable.
I The basis of this popular acclaim
Draft
Previous regulations requiring that i on-a
l is not founded on a mere platform.It rely, I
all persons 14 :rears of age or over !
is far more reaching than that,
the
following is a copy of from h
aboard any vessels departing .;..
Hamilton
state ticket;: which 'will appear on supporters assert. i
United States must
the
waters of ?
tho ballot',which 'Itel ,dry County have such,a card are still in effect. wish ,
the :
voters will scratch marking
Lecal waters are defined as "all ?
names of favored candidates at thepolls inland waters,' such as' rivers harbors a ?
in the May 2" primary, next bays, sounds, roadsteads, inlets -I :;: bon'e :?
Tuesday. and' arms of the sea between y?
The ballot has three long col- projections of land, but not any Y
umns, and the first two represent portion of the high seas ,along the X
th'e state' ticket, names of candi- coast of the United States or outsideof ?
dates and offices sought. the arms of the sea between projections -I I X ;

For Presidential Elector, Group of Iflud." I II I .-, ..
Four, (Vote for One)-Holmes, L. I .:. Uo''All' .t.

Allen, Ray Selden. Stuckey Travels I -
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For United States Senator, (Vote : '
East ..
for One-Alston Cockrell, Millard Coast In .t.
B. Conklin, ,J. 'Olhe Edmunds: Fin- .t.x
ley Moore, Claude Pepper, incum- Campaign i
bent.For a v: rGq /4rS}' :i: A savings account* ;p pY

Governor, (Vote for One) WEST BEACH-Spending yirt
with ::
J. Edwin (Ed) Baker, Millard Cald- most of this week in the East coast \ our insured '
well, Ernest Jl. Graham, Lex Green, sections of the District, L. L. Stuck t .r
Raymond Sheldon, Frank D. Up- ey, candidate for Congress, was in :i: 4p f COAQ sa ely: will providea=i=
cll urch. fine spirits as he greeted friends at _

For Attorney General, (Vote for his headquarters here. The candi- ;yH T :i: the things you want :i=
One-Ernest F. Householder, E. P. date expressed, himself as especially I r
Martin, J. Tom Watson, incumbent.For pleased with the, support being accorded y y
his candidacy by the Press of \
y
State Comptroller, (Vote for
the District and, by the many letters y
One-J. M. 'Lee, incumbent, C. O. I REELECTW. y ,
Wright being received, voluntarily pledging I iI. y
and complimenting him on v
For State Superintendent Public support B. Babe Douglass ?
)
(
the clear-cut stand he is taking on I y
Instruction, (Vote for One)-Colin ?
various of the campaign. .
issues .. "00 .JY
English, incumbent, Lola Trammell. 1 ;
For Railroad Commissioner, (Vote AS RAILROAD COMMISSIONER Y
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for One-F. D. Akin, W. B. (Babe) Ed Hamilton Said Y

Douglass, incumbent, Angus Williams { Continue to profit from the services
Running Good RaceThe j lof a public servant of proven ability ?y.a.

For National Democratic Commit- experience, integrity and a de- .. ....
teeman, (Vote for' One)-J. Frank wave of confidence for Ed l sire to be of service to the public -_ .
Adams, Claude M.; Barnes, Morris Hamilton for congress in the new and his fellow citizens. His decis- 1ill! 11111111 II-I"11 11I1 II 1I111 II- \\SIII II 1111111111 \\-.IIIIIIIIIIII;:; "' \ 11111111111111 I i9@mll"lIlill.J/jI.IIIIIIIIIIII'1 1 J IIIU 11111111 I i will} ,
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-M. Brown, Paul A. Brown, Sgt. Henry Sixth District in his home town, ions have been based upon evidence .. fIn
M. Burch, Jr., Judge A. S. Her- West Palm Beach, has far surpassed -I and he will continue to follow that
long, Ji., G, C. McCall, Earl New- the expectations of his most en- policy.
berry: Byrd Sims, Bob ,Wetmore, thusiastic supporteis. This is basedon I
Dale L. Whitehurst. a thorough canvass of the votersof (;PolitiQal advertisement pale foiby?
For National Democratic Committeewoman the entire city. I friends of Mr. Douglass.) Every Campaign I ,

(Vote for One)- Mrs. --------
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, Neil Alford, Polly Rose Balfe, Lillie :N N:.i N N N:1.:N:N:+..N:.-:.':NN N 1N :": H:N:":N' N N N:N:H..:..:..;N N:N.i:N H N N N N N:N N:N:N:N:N N M:N;M1
H. Coleman.For y
Delegate Democratic ,National : ELECT ,, ;:i: from
Convention, State at Large-Men, .:. .t'i

I;' Walter(Vote for P.Three-Horace Fuller, Sato W.C.Getzen Avery,, i EARL S. R.OYER i 1' Every Platform

" Joe C. Jenkins, S. L. Kilgore, Malcolm .

, McClellan, Earnest Overstreet, t f., ,
k, Ray Selden, Bill Shayne, J. Mark : COUNTY COMMISSIONER ., -

t'; Wilcov.For Delegate Democratic National : DISTRICT' NO.' 4, DENAUD ;:y;: J., M. LEE;. DECLARED : ,
"
t Convention, State at Large-Women, y' \ ..
;.' (Vote for Three-Mrs. E. F. B. Anthony ;.: Election County Wide '. "I'll exhaust every remedy at- law to
(- Mrs. O. M. (Florence) Carter : ::
" Resident of Hendry County for 31 years. ; collect the vast sums of evaded delin-
Mrs. Walter Clark, Beulah Hooks v v ,
, Hannah, Mrs. Hayden McK. Har- ::: Graduate civil engineer,. with long time practice .: quent taxes."
riss, Mrs. Klea: E. Naiman, Mrs. Joe :: i
H. Scales. *. on, -public works, four years of. which were spent in ..;' '

For Representative in Congress f' the vicinity of Clewiston)' with the U. S. Government :: HE GOT THE MONEy
Sixth Congressional District, (Vote .... ..
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for One .:. and the sugar company.
)-M. D. Carmichael, PeterJ. !! .
Cunningham, Edgar G. Hamilton, $10,000,000
Frank Rails, Dwight L. Rogers, $ (Paid Political Adv.\) ..i'. :
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Willis Sherrill, L. L. Stuckey, W. A. **::":.':":":":":":">>:..:":":":":":.':'.:":..:-':":..:..:..:..:.: :.:.: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : .

t (Bill) Wall. DELINQUENT, DISPUTED AND LITIGATED

# For Delegate Democratic National' .. ,.............. ........... ....................... ..
t Convention, Sixth Congressional; District ':":":":":::":": ;:":" :":":":":":": :": : :":":":':": : : : : : : : : : : : ; : : : : : : : : : : : : TAXES

-Men, (Vote for One-E. :: Carmichael tor .i i
Harris Drew, W. F. Finch, Russell i Congress .iy
'
Friz/sell, Tony Salvino.
To Reduce Your Taxes
For Delegate Democratic National -- t -r S.M ..":
Convention. Sixth Congressional Dis- yI
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;. v.i. ..:a AND
LAWYER: .;- THE COST, INCLUDING LA'VYER'SFEES.
't. \ I

:y t: 34 years in District, ; 4 < \ .;- ...,\\ AVERAGED LESS THAN 6% . .
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.:.

The Job Ahead .?:. FARMER: Wr i emt41.: .:. THE- LOWEST COLLECTION COST IN HISTORY FOR r

:_i: 20 years in Glades 4 :: DELINQUENT, TAXES. -

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-, .: LEGISLATOR:', '. .: .:;:, -

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.t. "
:t: 4 years in Legislature' .;,- Could it be that this policy and these collections -

,. .t. .:. .
: / "
:: BUSINESS MANN :: caused opposition to develop against,

i .: him the .last minute? He has been unable to :
;, .:!.: Practical. and Successful :: (
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XX trace it to ,any other .sourceS i
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:!:, Mr.land Mrs. Voter: :: -.,\ ;,;' .

.' '"'.' f:'-.: .\ ..." '- ... .:' ", .
:_;: Before you send 'a 'man to Congress with your 'vote," .::: S ,

:_: don't you think you are entitled to ,know where he stands: _.+... :- his record of service .' '< !,.".

.t"::;: 1. On the question of White Supremacy? :;;%: meets- your approval and $ ::wi /;';., ...,

'f' SAf aBR :i: 2. On Government by Bureaucrats? .;- "you'.want! continued Tax- ': : : :: ; :'! ;
$ 3. On rebuilding Europe with American resources? ::: v :'

+*:* 4. On ruinous ceilings on fruits and vegetables? :i: Law Enforcement ,.'

::: 5. On our Government playing Santa. Claus to the entire :+i: ti !k&
.: world? X s

it: 6.' On Government in accordance with our Constitution?. :.!.:. VOTE FOR 4'>

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w ,I .*:. If he won't tell you now, what can you expect in the future? :::


( flV IX:::: M. D. CARMICHAEL is the inly candidate. for Congress :i: JNrtJLLEE

ELECT :i: who has declared his position in the above proposition in :;; ; ,

II: his printed platform.: He has been frank. with you and :;:

ED HAMILTON I; will keep the faith.Experienced :... for, !r ,

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You,.- : :;: Mo D. Crmichae1 :: STATE COMPTROLLERPolitical

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CONGRESSMAN Capable Responsible .:.
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[ FRIDAY;, APRIL 28, 1944. THE CLEWISTOX NEWS PAGE FIVE


Educational 'Standards i holds the key to prompt victory Edmunds Stirs Up I fair at Palm Harbor, Florida. f boys and girls.. I

belittling our Commander-in-Chief .'Reporting his attendance at the ""In a concrete-block building built 1

':; Higher In Florida gives ''aid and comfort to the enemy Interest In Florida event and his impressions of the by school boys were highly competi. ';

and weakens the unity of our war. I things he saw'' in the current issue &&f f tive entries. of dairy and beef! cattle,, ,

''r 11.t.. ... Says Colin English 'effort.." JACKSONVILLE, Apr.. 26-Spe'c-( his publication, Mr.. Livingston said hogs;, rabbits, poultry, pigeons, and",,,

..4 __' The Senator from Lake County ial)-National news services' and in part: eggs. Evidence of ''Little 'Women''

.:: I TALLAHASSEE, April 26-Florida added, "Will you select, May\ 2 and great metropolitan dailies are s sending "Recently we attended the second included garden products, needle-

..:" has risen from 4 43rd place to a May\ 23, a man whose past activities special representatives to Floridato annual 4-H fair at Palm Harbor I craft, weaving, handicrafts, canned,,

. position :variously regarded as have been largely in the political find' out "Who is this Judge J J.. ISchool, with County Agents Loga J, foods, and cases of baked 'goodies -

''t .' from 35th to 26th position since .field, or will you: choose a layman Ollie Edmunds?" I Armor. ,. and others.. Here in minia- constantly hovered over by the&.

" 1937, according to Colin English, I who has had experience in developing The reason for their interest is isthat ture was a perfect{ t replica of .that I' judges..

State Superintendent of PubNc In-, h human.., as well ll as economic re- indications are that Judge Ed- I typical American institution, the "Visit one of these 4-H fairs and
!. a man who has endured all county. ) fair-produced and assembled -j see creation --
Americanism
" struction.. .s.ources? ; muijds may be a !first primary ,win- of. at its
- the ''headaches'' of conducting a by 'teen age, MId younger, farm I! best.." t.t.gTS .
"No hard-and-fast comparativedata ner over the seasoned campaignerand I e es.
business of .his:.own; a man who has
is available on --a national incumbent, Senator Claude Pep-
rendered public service in the civic I rJ".i1I.7:"'' '.' .!
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"and : :: .I ;.y u-:; '1-.1"-""- -
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basis, Mr. English explained, "' per.. =
field 21 .
the variance from 35th to 26th In for years. 'What is his background and how
. Baker, native Floridian, born in I To, The Voters If You Will Elect
;'; standing is dependent upon the. fac- Plant City, reared in Palm'' Beach 'did he get so far in his first race for :

...),' tors under consideration.. County, :and for ten years 'engaged, -a political office .of national and International i H. H. ( McCALL'i '
;1 "However ,official data has been in renowned humanitarian work importance and how did I [MACK]
I n as
issued with reference to the south- ,
fast
he anxiousto
get there so they are
of
eastern states which give Florida !superintendent Harry-Anna Crin- i
the i pled Children's' Home at Umatilla, know. j of Hendry Next
very: top position among .eight County Tuesday
school systems involved, /his scheduled for northwestern Flor- ,Judge: Edmunds is a member r of :

ida this Friday and Saturday, and( the Baptist church.. But his mem-
''"This' achievement is'' the result :
the l lower east coast on Monday.. bership is more than nominal.. He
?n.. of splendid co-operation" among. all serves his religion.' He is a teacherof he will perform the duties

English Florida educational commented."interests. "Teachers," Mr.\ ',. ||Newell '}Hall To Be voted a Sunday to the'*, things school he class.teaches.. He.is The de- yY%% % '' 04 a<%.M.1?1 of the office with courage,

county and district' officials, -legislators the- I i! Dedicated May 12 At: people of Florida are familiar'' with I consideration for all, and _
educational organizations
his sincere' application of the be- '

..; a. .' press and the public seem to have I Florida University liefs he professes.. 'I '. efficiency.. Asa: a veteran of
united, t to insure that Florida. chil- I ,
Edmunds is a )\Tason.\ Here '
Judge
<;- dren may be assured increasingly World 'War I, who servedin
i GAINESVILLE, Fla.-Newell. Hall, ''again he has received honors for
f facilities
educational ,
improved ,'I the rejuvenated. Agricultural Experiment service rendered.. To him member- combat in France, he
"This be ,
upward progress may) ex- '
I Station building n at the University ship in an organization is an obligation -
I pected to continue e indefinitely, for i understands the problems
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Yard Helps Identification Cards I Allied Commander. I facture of wrapping paper and bags i I'successful that already there is in

Spading Among those who participated in during the second quarter of 1944have '.the State Treasury enough to

Control Parasites No Longer Required the parade was Staff Sergeant JW. been set by WPB at less than I pay the next monthly money
.. Hampton, 'son of Mr. and Mrg. fnstallment
Qf Poultry Flocks In Local Waters D. B. Hampton of Moore Haven, and one third the quantity used during [which means that for the first time

seven other Florida boys.State's ., a comparable pre-war period. Labor l I in history the school system will receive .
be for --- --- --- shortages in the wood pulp industry j time
It will no longer necessary I on the year's final monthly -
'GAINESVILLE ,Fla. -- Monthly I persons aboard vessels operating entirely .and the loss of pulp imports, as well |[, distribution
'of the
Shoppers as military demands, have caused $12,265,984
rspadlng or plowing of the poultry' in "local" waters to secure j I
annual
the State school aid'and
identification cards, ain i paper scarcity. I there
Coast Guard Win Battles I I
intestinal parasite Help
will
:yard will reduce I be no need of any Florida teach-
district
tjrifestation of chickens, the Florida t revision Seventh naval J ler I or bus driver the
going ipto
vacation -
":"Experiment Station. today advised /fishing regulations signed by Capt. Saving Bag A Day County Gets Funds I j I period unpaid.

:larm and city folks who have small 0
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'flocks they keep continuously in one housewivescould To Pay Teachers
!America's Armed Might Florida's 520,135 !
yard. I Crew of the Coast Guard cutter
conserve enough paper daily I J
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will not British TributeHEADQUARTEEUROPEAN I off months-old
"While this practice ,Wins State Comptroller J. M. Lee and
to make 27,091 containers for 75I i i I beards when they received official
'eliminate the intestinal parasite I, State Superintendent Colin English I
'it -- mm. shells saving one paper j confirmation of their victory over a
problem, it will greatly reduce by I.made the State's $1,300,000 monthly
'and will make frequent administration grocery bag a day, according to an distribution to school teachers' sal- ,German sub. They had sworn not
THEATER OF OPERATIONS-The ,to shave until such a victory
was
of parasite remedies unnecessary -:! announcement by Howard Coonley, |'aries on the dot this month and .
," Dr. M. W. Emmel, Experiment I marching feet of thousands of :I director of the conservation divis-I i[County Superintendent Dr. C. E. ;achieved. .

Station poultry veterinarian- explain., American troops, and the rumble of ion of the War Production Board. '!Weaver received $3,854.22, Hendry I II

ed. I armored units and heavy artillery, This daily paper saving would I County's share, earlier this, week

Intestinal parasites, particularlythe I i echoed through historic Whitehall amount to 48,763 pounds. I I enabling prompt payment of teach- I
common round-worm, are one of I and Trafalgar Square recently when conservation also releases :ers' and bus drivers' salaries...
Paper |I
problems confronting (United States units participated in 4 i
important
the most supplies for ammunition and food I'I Following a conference between !
the poultry raiser because 'Great Britain's "Salute the Soldier"war boxes, practice bombs bomb bands Superintendent English and Comptroller -j a
they directly damage the bird and | savings campaign.The advised
Lee,
blood plasma cartons, protection for j i i they SU'perin-1
'also lower its resistance to diseases.;; British, who usually see Unit- ambulances in shipment, camoa-: I(tendent Weaver that the I
Eggs of the parasites go througha ed States troops only when off duty, flag materials and many other items. :i tax collection program which has ;:
period of incubation on the surface were distinctly impressed. Said one More' than ten times as much ton- !I been building up the state's finances
of the soil and are picked upby : "Londoners' opin- has been I II I /
daily newspaper nage of munitions, food and ma- over the past few years so (Paid Political Advertisement.)
chickens, but spading or plowing ion of the American Army: strippedfor terials is being shipped overseas in I _
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the yard once monthly in summer battle, and showing its mag- this war as in 19171918. I ,

and once every two months to soil in .I nificent range of armaments" leapt "The paper shortage is creatinga ..:.. O O ..:.. O .. .. .. O O O ..: .. O ..
'WInter' will subject them to the skies today Said another '
which will them. critical scarcity of bags in grocery I sELECT
"bacteria destroy "London had a new slogan today .. .
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Mr.
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stores
Damp soil is 'the most favorable Salute the Doughboy.:" *
"So far during the emergency 1 lags
situation for development of the of the greatest military -
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have been available because of inventories -
parasites, so it is a good idea for theflock displays ever made by United
of
owner to build a: low wire States armed forces hi the British and the the elimination future stores III CHARLES 'INERI
I variety bags, but in E. ;
platform extending a foot out from Isles.. All types of units were in the will have to depend entirely upon

'each drinking vessel so the chickens I march, including tanks, heavy artillery current reduced production andbuyers' 4
'will not pick uj parasites there, Dr. i men of the Army Air Forces, .

Emiael pointed out. Military Police, smartly dressed in I cooperation.Food buyers and other shoppersare :_:: YOURs =i=
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The Experiment Station white caps and leggins I
'emphasized the necessity of thor- tingent of the. Women's Army Corps.I asked to conserve bags by hav- o yI
I II items put in one sack,
ough spading or plowing of the land Lieutenant General John C. H. ing several

so that all the organic matter on the I Lee, deputy commander of the Euro- bringing carrying their home own packaged bags for items re-use un-, I County Commissioner l
or
'surface will be turned under, for removing pean Theater of Operations, reviewed wrapped. Housewives are not askedto J.s.:
the parasite eggs from the the troops at Trafalgar Square, others

Surface is necessary to kill them. (I[accompanied by high British mili- than return themselves.bags for If re-use all housewivesin by I :: DISTRICT NO. 1 ::

Regular spading and cleaning of.Itary i and civilian officials. At the the United States saved one

'the poultry yard will, tend to keep lend I of the parade, he made an address ounce-and-a-half bag each day, the :!: Courteous Cooperative yI ::
reduce parasite. and read a message from Gen- I ..
'down flies as well as I saving would amountto nearly : .s"
I l eral Dwight D. Eisenhower, Supreme I
infestation. II
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19 .Vote AbsenteeUp king of starches and has proven best Stallings. (To be voted on in districts -I Red Cross TotalIs I the first person or organization, I II
for use with high grade textiles, in 2 and 3.) '
in
turning ton
a of waste paper in
To Tuesday laundry work, as a glue for postage For Constable in Justice of the Now $1,195.47Hendry the drive now on at LaBelle. i
stamps and for bakery uses. The Peace District No.1. I. S. Bell, sr., I .
Friday Deadline spent pulp after the starqh mathI incumbent and Walter Christian. This means that Donald is credit' '
( County News) led with ,
having collected 2,000 of theapproximately
I facture makes an excellent cattle The second primary, or run-off.

I feed, an important by-product. will be held May 23. Contributions of ten whites 5.000 pounds of
. A total of 19 persons voted absentee }waste paper which has been deposited -
-- -- ---- amounting to $23, and eleven colored -
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{ ballot up to Tuesday, according 1 with Mr. Taylor at the,
,< I f' ; to a check made at the of- Harvest End Dance- '''Grinding Operations- totaling $lp.50 makes the Red Standard Oil wholesale station. This'is .
Cross War Fund add to $1,195.47
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.':. fice of County Judge R. M. Harris, up just half of what this section has,
...; I. signifying they did not expect to be (Continued Ijora page l\ Continued frog: page 1) ,according to a late report by Mrs. I been called upon to contribute. I..
Maddox'
W. T. chairman
of the
1', in their voting precincts on. election I during the summer and fall for field war Therefore the drive is continuing.
with a fish fry and athletic contests fund drive.
, :' ;" day May 2. work and the quota so far assigned I
I at the Azucar village. (I The tally for whites shows $10 Waste paper covers old magazines
, f' The total by precincts shows 4 by the WFA falls far short o"f meet-
"'. I On Saturday, beginning at about I for Dr. George "VV. Tyrrell, Mrs. newspapers wrapping paper'
; for precinct one, 6 for precinct two, ing this requirement. I Y
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should
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ten-thirty in the morning there will Tomsie Rimes $1, Mrs. Gilbert Taylor -
V for precinct three, and 1 for precinct Mr. Moran has just returned froma
. i 8. five. be athletic contests at the Townsite conference with labor officials in $2 Mrs. Laura Howard $4, C.: !;folded and tied two ways in bundles
recreation park for the plantations C. McGowin $1, H. G. Atchley $1 Ten i cents ispaid for every 25-
';' ( The deadline for ;voting absentee Jamaica and the sugar corporationwas
'of the Western Division. There will Mrs. H. G. Atchley $1, Mrs. E. E. pounds turned in. '
is tomorrow, Friday, at mid ight.- praised highly for the fine \
.f- I'be .a barbecue at noon after which working conditions higher daily I Kickliter $1 Beecher Howard $1 The government needs waste paper -
Wk C. Prewitt; division agricultural and Mrs H. L. Reeves $1. to usein the war effort. The
I earnings, better living conditionsand
, .. ;: 21 Soldiers Ballots superintendent will present cash more stable employment. than Colored, Selma Daniels $1. W. S. 'I shortage is said:; to be critical. There ,

; awards for the most outstanding Edwards $1, Lizzie May Edwards fore, a drive is being ma'de to col- :
had been by other
provided
Issued 3 Returned any employer -
; I workers for the season, for winners of the Jamaican labor. :, $1, Alton Jones $1, M. C. Mitchel lect as much as ,possible for use In

' :' ) ---- ; of the morning contests and will I i I $1, Georgian Cofield $1, Timothy !the manufacture of ammunition,

According to a tally made Mon-'! distribute service emblems to those Curtis $1, Floyd Davis. $1, Butler food boxes, practice bombs, bomb I

day evening by County Judge R. M. !employees who have completed five, Banquet and Dance- Bowens $1, Ethel Davis 50 cents and |,bands, blood plasma cartons, protection .-

- Harris, a total of 21 ballots were {i. ten or fifteeli years employment. A (Continued from Page 1) Cora Ward $1. : for ambulances in shipment

mailed to soldiers in the states and I bronze emblem is given for five :1 camouflage materials and many'

overseas, upon request made by, the ,(years, a silver emblem for ten and ting. A corsage was presented to LaBelle Student ,other items necessary to the war
i' ; individual.A I la gold emblem for fifteen years. Mrs. Martin by Horace Brown after 'effort. .

A fish fry for all of tile white the banquet. Wins War Bond il
check made Tuesdafy:: morning [ Every home has some waste paper -
,. will held next Wednesday Following the banquet tables were
be
revealed that only 3 had been returned employees on hand that the government
i all from within the borders at the sugar house. This cleared away and dancing to the News !|needs. ,Mr. Taylor asks that this be
(Hendry County )
of continental United States. Others : also is of necessity restricted to employees music of the'Morrison' Field orches- !'collected and turned in so that this
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: may come in before election and members of. their fam tra from West Palm Beach was en- Donald DeLaney, second, grade ;section can contribute the 10,000

day, next Tuesday, but so far, none :dies joyed until a late hour. This da'noe student, won the $25 War Bond j pounds, which has been set as a

that were sent overseas have come ti I I! was thrown open to the public. I prize which A. L. Taylor offered for goal, and more.
Guests at the banquet were: M. _
back. Fate of ,CandidatesContinued --:-
H. Sharpe, Bernard Myers, Mrs I
The last, ballots mailed out, '" -- "-
'- Marjorie Bjornson, Mrs Faye At-
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,which was on Monday, went'to
( from Page 1) will, Mrs. :Mary Baker, Mr. and"Mrs.M. '

Alexander McCall and B.Pvt.Townsend M. J. ,Lowe.Minzie. M. E. Weaver;",the, incumbent. R. Stroud, Rev David C. Han- 'I W. N. (Bill) STALLINGS '

For County Commissioner, District ccck: Miss Geneva Thielen, R. L.

No. 1.-G. E. Etherton, incum- Moon, Carl Johnson.E. .

Kiwanians Hear- bent and Charles E. Miner. M, Cornette, Dr. C. E. Weaver, Candidate For County Commissioner

For County Commissioner, District Fr. T. J. Geary, Mrs. Hansel 1\1--

(Continued from Page 1.) No. 2-J. O. Davidson, incum- Duffie, Mrs. W. N. 'Martin, Mrs. District ,No. 3

:,' inedible strings' are put to use. They bent, J.. C. Jackihan and 'Selden L. Oliver Martinez and Mi's. Melvin

sF ti;:. _, have 98 per cent the same food value Stewart. Carleton; Seniors present were '::l___ .: ''''''''"tI '.
.S __ as corn and cattle finished with potatoes For County Commissioner, Dis- Mauryne Prewitt, Jo Ann Long, \ '. '.
have better flavored meat than trict No. 3-George R. Cason, Paul Frances Jordan, Katherine Walton
those finished with corn. O'Bannon, George L. Poole the incumbent Jackson, Mary Mathis, Medford If elected, I will devote my time and

The first successful. starch operation W. N. Stallings, and R. Dunaway, Eric Thomas, Kathleen efforts to the best interests of Hendry .

a' he pointed out, was at Laurel ,B. Waldrou. Lewis and Frances Sutton; Juniors !!

t where the only great problem was For County Commissioner, Dis- were: Marion Yoder, Betty Mc- : County.

I '' securing enough tonnage to keep the trict No. 4-Harvey S. Dyess, A. J. I Duffie, Marilyn Davis, Betty Sullivan !i,

plant operating. He pointed out al- Evers, .the incumbent, and Earl S. Betty Townsend, Doris Poole,.:1 i Thanks sincerely for vote and
so that the time element in .plant Royer. 'Margaret Williams, Sherwood Hal!, I II your .

ing was most important there and For County Commissioner, Dis- I Richard Pape, Horace Brown, Bill support.

that a substantial decrease in yield trict No.5, Felda-HT.; G. Atchley, .Bear, Keith Kiracofe, Bruce Beards-: i;i

t4 is noted for every day's delay after and Asa Townsend the incumbent. ley, June Dunaway 'and 'Parmelia I (Paid Political Advertisement)
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: .'. '- the 'middle of April which is regarded For School Board Member, School Bourne. 0 ._.___=-J!

as the proper planting time. Po- District No.2-Dillon Hall, the incumbent -
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vast wartime farm crop of the Na- made, however, where neoessary re- i In the state, many of them with) I.ed States Marine Corps
tion are vitally in need of reconditioning -'! pairs can be made by use of smaller problems the on foreign
I If requiring attention of
'I.1 HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES' I II replacement parts. duty in the last war, has two sons in
| the Veterans'
Ed Rpwland, District) bureau at Washington
service
f I I now. One of them Is a
Manager of the Tampa Office of De- I The new influx of veterans of thisjWa I
I From Home Demonstration I I fighting pilot in Southwest
NEW VETERANS j I r has created an even greater [ on duty the -
Specialists, TallahasseeEGG I IJ fense Transportation, said today.
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I i I problem of Pacific
today rather than to- and the other is an
J I About 55 per cent or rarmer-ovrn- NEED AID NOW |I i morrow. Army Air. Force cadet.
ed trucks are more than seven years I Ii ,
RECIPES UPCHURCH SAYS 'j I "Consequently," Upchurch said, "All of us agree that we must '
old today.
"we should furnish concentrate on this
[ added facilities winning war
Anna Mae Sikes
By the ODT of
Extension Nutrition Specialist The Inauguration by (i and help, without delay, to the four now, but in the meantime we can-
a truck rehabilitation program to OCALA, April 26-With disabledand state service officers who are available not neglect those who offered their "
Florida hens are really deliveringthe I
the ex-
recondition worn trucks by Florida service men in Florida now to help former services and who, because of. the
all should wounded )I
goods now, so we go units
component
charge of larger I serYice men and veterans of this war. fortunes of war, have been returnedto
in strong for more eggs these days.' engines, transmissions and streaming homeward at the rate of
such as I us wounded and disabled. We
There are many ways of preparing; with there immediate "Unless this is done many of those
differentials for rebuilt units a 1,500 a month, is an must act without further delay to
they will appeal to the ,fam- I who were called away from their ,
eggs so minimum truck lay-over in the shopis j need for aid to veterans of help those who have come back
ily, provide nourishment, and help regular employment and placed in
applicable to old age '
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particularly this well as in post-war ahead of the Peace, Upchurch said.
meat war now, as the armed services will suffer and
with the rationing problem.
vehicles, said Mr. Rowland. :'
Here are a few suggestions: farm These units will be available at I years, Frank D. Upchurch, candidate (so will. their wives and children. I I
for declared in a campaign propose to do something about this .1
Eggs in Shell original manufactmers' plants, engine j governor, I The Coast Guard has fought in
Use 1' cup cold or warm water ,for rebuilders and dealer garages. speech here. now". rather than merely talk aboutit every war since the United States ,(.t
each or enough to cover well. We already have more than 15,000 Upchurch. declared.
egg xchange of engines, transmissions j I was founded, with the exception. of .
Bring the water gradually to sim a.d rear-end assemblies will not b6 returned service men from this war Upchurch, who served in the. Unit- the war against Tripoli. ,.1
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B 'minutes. Break hot into cup for [ a a dp a c r EJQ n/i -

serving, and season. CAND" WALE FOR GOVERNOR I

For hard-cooked eggs, simmer ,_': ,,1 ..' (FRANK QPCHURCH!) PLEDGES HIS ( '
about 30 minutes. Serve hot from h I
..:l', 4 TWO SONS THEY WILL RETURN _
the shell. Or plunge the eggs into / 'L ; FROM WARTOA GREATERAND
cold water and remove the shells. 1 V ::r "' MORE UNITED FLORIDA. '

'. Curried Eggs t 4I
Ingredients: 6 eggs, 4 tablespoons il I II f

butter or other fat, 1 tablespoon '

chopped green pepper, 2 tablespoons {

chopped onion, 2 tablespoons chop r I it I, DUVALCOUNTY I 'r r w s RADUATED IN LAW 'yw '

ped celery, 1 teaspoon curry, 1 tea- ;,,, I lY/ NIGA 1913 /V UNIVERSITY OFFLORIDA

spoon salt, 3 drops Tabasco sauce, Q \> .

3 tablespoons flour, 2 cups milk, and OiNUSTEDUSMC.,1917. .
3 cups cooked rice, };: {} 'I I SPENT I' IJ r -ASSIGNED FOREIGN PUTYKEPRESEHTED .'

Directions: Cook eggs hard. Make ..I I FLORID FORESTS

ti sauce as follows_: Melt fat in a i
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Skillet, add green pepper, onion, and
celery, and cook for 2 or 3: minutes. t crs IU [yam O .1

'Stir into. this seasoning and flour,
mix well, and add the cold milk.

Cook for 3 or 4 minutes, stirring: \

'constantly. Make a bed for the h'ot ih

flaky cooked rice on a hot platter. : : t .
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Arrange over it hard-cooked eggs, ." 1\ : \ v .f
cut in quarters, and pour the hot i\! ,-

sauce ever eggs and rice. Sprinkletop I ,

with chopped parsley, and serve I ''
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at I '
once. NASSAU COUNTY IN .
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I STATE USISLATUREESTHER.DAVIS (aIGAlAW13lRSTJONIL 'fAU1Rd ,' :
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Cheese Fondue ry 1jL/ED$ 1921 IDECAM MAYOROF :,fpblbSSSlQtlf m..mwnolS ,.:;
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Ingredients: 6 eggs, 2 cups hot FERNANPINA.I920 I 5T.1W-4SI1NTr19- .'::.c TESnwOR.StJOHlSlJIDflAQIItCjWG! =" :.. ;.:, .'

milk, 2 caps soft bread crumbs, l' ., ,, .,:.'::: r.:.
cup cheese sliced very thin, 1 table- ELECT FRANK D. UPCHRCH GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA .' .;< '

spoon fat, and salt to taste. I -
Directions: Beat eggs well. Mix. (This advertisement is being paid lor by friends of Frank D. Upchurch)
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milk, bread crumbs, cheese, fat and'
'Salt. Stir this mixture into beaten

'eggs Pour into a well-greased shallow -

pan and bake in a moderate oven

for 25 minutes or until 'set and : HERE'S THE REASON

lightly browned on top. Serve at .

once. -" A'" LAST MINUTE ATTACKS ARE BEING CENTERED ON 1 >



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Ed Baker Believes-..: : '
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State and National unity. and ',
wholehearted'our Commander-in-chief co-operation. .with. 1; ,:\:c '. :; ; Twelve years of fairness: to all people as Judge- t. '

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'Better salaries for teachers. More I '"., group' or interests .. .;. }, (,:" '.' .. 'iti-1

', definite pension plan for elderly : .,' :,.':. .,,, : 1'J": ; t: :
people Encouraging industry '
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-to build bigger pay rolls .. .> .
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marketing Aiding the and, farmer research with, and better fight .; (born in the desperation of certain defeat) : :' ; '" '

to reduce freight rates. -,. ,
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i\ JUDGE OLLIE

:GOVERNOR .., -. B EDMUNDS

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