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VOLUME 15 NUMBER 23 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1944 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.O; PER YEAR
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: r: Hull, 'Harris Win; Run-off For Sheriff '




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official count in Hendry county'ssix ,"1

... '. 'r''a '.. \ Y\S precincts, William T. Hull won -
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I ; T'AYa $ ,.,. f1"a w over G. B. Rackstraw by 160 votes f;

I f .. :SLI for reelection as clerk of the circuit :.,

f ..; I .court. Sheriff BillIaddox, incumbent ..;

faces a runoff with H. H. Mc- ',,
'' Call, who seeks the, office, :Dr. C. E. it

lT Weaver; out for reelection "as
I :.r.rt county'superintendent
of public
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I :': X :Y a ,MxrFZw :\ x'tx .s'rbtid' : o ?Yc,; appear in the runoff with Mrs. ;l
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.' \ Homer Taylor, next highest in the "t

:- Y:, race, while County Judge R. M.
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'V Harris will serve another term in -J

\'.' .t % 'cY office, voters decided, having polled .

: the high vote over his opponent, L;"

1 ,. s :aY. y/ : j Robert_. Ketring. Thus spoke the :
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Tuesday's primary.
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.: S srx. .yam In the county commissioners race J

G. Etherton, incumbent, lost to 1
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& : .' ."( Charles E. Miner in district No.1, '

...' .. c' .' MmVs.w r J. O. Davidson, incumbent '
[" '., .,5. : ', A' faces a .
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[ G'Y J Paul O'Bannon -
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5p yySJ; 3 : .. ,'0. : .th : ;; district
.:.' t 55r\? 'rH, Yyriy %. t S pb [i .a w 3, A. J. Evers, incumbent, j
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HS. .o y. ,A77 Cri\.v and ,H. S. ',
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!kh'idAti: / / a Dyess will run it off May :
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,,J n'\ \."'":.'. ; Shown above is Grady T. Echols, manager of the Azucar Commissary, receiving his gold emblem for fifteen years continuous x I over his opponent, H. G. Atcbley.The .- j.

.'. _' service with the United States Sugar Corporation from Jay W. Moran, Executive Vice-President of the corporation. The other men county ballot shows the final ,
::. pictured also received emblems for continuous service of from five to fifteen years. 'r tally as follows: v

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j For County Judge-R. M. Harris, }.:

: 'I | precincts, one '502, two 176, three, -
> PEPPER AND GRAHAM 22 Receive Service Emblems AtHarvestEnd SUGAR HARVEST AT' 239, four 65, five 53, six 103, total

1 1I l 1138. Robert Ketring, precinct. one ,

f,. LEAD STATE TICKET Dance END'' SUNDAY CLEANUP 145, two 51, three 98, four" 17, five -

';::.<' '., Wednesday ; 30, six 24, total 365. ; .'


;;:\" 1 HENDRY COUNTY I Service emblems 'for continuous automobile service man> at ,Plantation -' WORK STARTED If cinct For one Sheriff 312-two Bill, 107 Maddox, three, 201.pre- .,

.. -\ '. service' with .th } ed States, Sugar 'Machine Shops, 5 years; Gor- .' four. 43, five, 41,'six'170,. total 774. \
:::" ''''; Corporation were\ presented to' don 'Cox, plumber r.- Western Division ---;--..' H, H. McCpJl,>prp,ipct one146'twa ..L112 :

:;.. The canvassing board was in session twenty-two employees at the Har-" 5 :}'ears-; Neolin Jones mechanic, Grinding ,of sugar cane for the three ilG'; four 32, five: 46, SMC \

;i-, l' ,:,. this afternoon at l'allelIebut: vest-End dance which was held at Plantation Machine Shops, 5' years; ,1943-44 harvest was ended at, 2:00 42, total 494. H. 1\1..Pollard, pre-

'had been unable to complete the the, Sugarland Park Auditorium on Burton W., Hundertmark, laboratoryand last Wednesday, the processing of cinct one 49, two 2, three 6, four 4,. ".:
: .. .count of ,absentee votes and tally of field assistant, research department I :
Wednesday evening to officially close the cane was completed by the week- precinct .;:
; others before'the News goes to press. 5 years; W. H. Surrency, carpenter : ,i -
the ,cane harvest season for 1943-
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'The following tabulation therefore, 44. The presentation was made by 5 years. end 'and the mass of machinerin'l: 6, five 2, six 24, total 328. /

):; ,' is not entirely complete but an official ,[jay W. Moran, executive vicepresident. Those who received emblems but the big sugar house For Clerk of The Circuit Court-

tabulation will be given next .. Ten others who' were not pres- who were not present at the dance Ito undergo its usual summer cleaning William' T. Hull, precinct one 170,

; .' week. i jent at the dance received their were: ,Lee H .Kimball, foreman at and repair in preparation for two 191, 'three 271, four'' 72, five

Senator Claude Pepper received a emblems the following day. 265 (Continued on Page 10)) 76, six 58, tota 1838. G. B. Rack*
big vote in' Hendry County but not, !;continuous work years 'were represented I ---- ('another grinding season next fall. I straw, precinct one 480, two 36,

_. a majority. The present count by the group.This City Moves To Meet The usual harvest end festivities, three 65, four 7. five 10, six 80,
shows the Senator with 632 votes.i somewhat curtailed' due to war conditions : total 678.

'" -,, against' 346 for J. Ollie Edmunds, of presentation the, annual .dance was which the highlight was.!'I'RequIrements For ( were held during, the closing For County Superintendent of
231 for 'Millard Conklin
160 for Public Instruction-Ruth
500 days of last week and on Wed-i R. Beards-
jattended by some employees :
Finley Moore and 41 for Alston Postal Delivery I ley, precinct 266
one two 20, three
and their friends and before : I
W ''Cockrell. pre- nesday of this week these were end-
State returns show that 'senting' the emblems Mr.: Moran r_ I ,,35, four 2, five 5, six 30, total 358.
Pepper will amass a majority: of 3 ed with the fish fry for white employees :'Mrs Homer '
(made a brief talk in which he com- Among the requirements of the i Taylor, precinct one '
votes all or'some at the house and the'
over candidates sugar | 303, two 69, three 67 four 35 five -
mended the recipients for their post-office department which must ,
; loyalty
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5,000 votes which will return him to dance at the Sugarland Park Audi six 81 total
596. Dr. C.
be E.
< and for their long and commendable met before Clewiston may: have I41
Washington without a runoff. I city mail is that torium Wednesday night. Weaver. precinct one 118. two 144.
record with the company. delivery all streets j iI I I I
; In the Governor's race Hendry I be plainly marked] 'and all houses '! Those who are to receive vacations three 241, four 45, five 42, six 31,
'County voted 'as did most of the, | Following the presentation the I I nu lbered. under the new vacation policy of i(i total 621.

,i \." other south Florida counties to give (dancing was resumed and continued the corporation which extends to 1 i I For ,County Commissioner Di "-
To .that end the city is building at
until the hours of the
morning.
'State Senator Earnest Graham the wee this virtually all employees, will begin trict 1', G. E. Etherton,' precinct one
time 20 street markers like
, lead 'with :Millard Caldwell second i Music for the dancers was furnished those receiving these vacations at once.A 288, two .112, three 167, four 45,
Maurice Weiss' orchestra now 'in use and will be installed -
by 8-piece
: 'and 'Lex Green third. Graham lost k new supply or Jamaican labor five 50, six 47,. total 709. Charles
as completed. The
his early lead in state returns andy from Miami. Paper caps, con markers as are soon being built by Floyd is expected May 12 for planting ,and E. Miner, precinct one 383, two 84,
fetti other
and favors were dis-
fell to third place, Caldwell and Turner. cultivation work. In this first group three 130, four 29, five 27, six 92,
Green the run-off tributed near midnight and a car- _, I total 7"45.District'.
. being adversaries. will be some 900 men, apart of the
nival air prevailed throughout Since the population and postal
the
Graham received 580 votes Caldwell !!I 2
1700 total to come. J. O. Davidson, pre-
'- 391, Green 314, Raymond Sheldon remainder of the night. receipts in Clewiston are now high j I cinct one 185, two 13,4, three 193, .

104, J. Edwin Baker..94 and Frank I Recipients of the emblems, which} enough to receive, this service, City tour 60, five 42, six 68, total 682.
ty ; -, Upchurch 60. were bronze for five years, silver for Engineer E. E. Gross is asking that Robert Manning 'O. C. Jackman, precinct one 214, .

\ t"- Hendry County gvae the incumbent I'ten and gold for: _fifteen years of I citizens cooperate with the number- To Take Charge two 55, three 95, four 9, five 30, "
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continuous service were: Right to I
i ..' cabinet ,officers a commanding six 36, total 439. Selden L. Stewart,
y ." ... .- majority as did most of the other left, front row: Charles Trenary, j expe-dite Of Clewiston Inn precinct one 215, two 39, three 50', i
,: '.: counties to return all of them to office sugar boiler, sugar house, five years; i I The houses of Clewiston are all four 14, five 15, six 32, total 365. !
;' .:. .- John Willard Doty field record numbered at this time and the District
3
George R. Cason, pre-
by a wide margin. In the At- I Robert A. Manning, of Holyoke, i!
clerk at sugar house laboratory '10 almost
numbers appear on all of tho (Continued 10)
torneGeneral's .race J. Tom Watson -I years; Wilton R. Broderick, mill light and water statements sent out Mass., will arrive in Clewiston on.i j I on Page

received 804 votes in the county I mechanic, sugar house. 10 In the the number is not May 15 to take over themanagement ,j
years; event givenit [ Colored Troops J
to 61 for Earnest : :
: Householder Otha Lee Forrester of the Clewiston Inn:$ t'was announced :
: cane dump may be obtained by calling the city
and 369 for E. P. Martin; J. M. Leo this by'.,W". "C. Owen,
operator at house week Build At
sugar 10 years; offices. It is probable, also, that the Runway
received 1050 votes for
comptroller president of the Clewiston Hotels
Carl 'j. Anderson, sugar boiler, city may arrange to buy a supply of
10272 for his opponent, C. 0. Wright. Riddle
Company. Field
sugar house, 10 years; Earl Lind- numbers 'which may be purchased
Colin English led the
for count here rose. Sr., hoist maintenance, East- but it is hoped that 'all who can Mr. llanning.Vil! succeed,Mrs. C. -. ,>'
with 1146 votes School
to 175 for his Superintendent ern Division, 15 years' '; J" S. Atkins, will buy their numbers- : at once and [L. Downs, for many years manager I,S I The 1899th Engineer Aviation .

Miss Lola Trammell. For opponent Railroad, steward, mess .halls, Azucar,** 10 put them up. of the Inn, who leaves this week to j I Battalion, a colored engineer training -

. Commissioner W. B. Douglass years; Pope Sears, service man, --II _'_ manage a resort hotel at Moorehead t j unit, arrived last week-end from

reelected and Hendry County was Eastern Division !15 years; Edgar 'Rogers and StuckeyIn Beach, N. C< He has had a great I Avon Park and are engaged in constructing -
gave Johnson, manager of Benbow Com- [ amount of experience in hotel management a metal matting runwayat
; him 258
607 votes to for
.."i.j;''". and 183 for F. D. Angus Akin. Williams missary, 5 years; Loren C. Rosen- Runoff For i having served: in that capacity Riddle Field The battalion is

'\. ; f berg, general ledger book-keeper with the Fleetwood at Miami [ under Lt. Brodie.
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" }!I' Accounting Department, 15 years; Congressman, 6th Dist.: Beach, the Colonial Towers, Miami > Officers at the field say the new
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;, '; '<.. City Trailer Park Arthur Bong timekeeper at Plan- I I and the Fort Sumter Hotel in Charl- 'I runway will be exactly the same as

.." :.,:;' Is tation Machine Shops 5 years; Julius Dwight Rogers of Fort Lauder- 1 eston, S. C. the runways which are constructedin
Being ImprovedThe
D.... :,'.: I I V. Smith, welder, sugar house machine dale and L. L. Stuckey of Pahokee I;j" In temporary charge as manager battle areas and is being con-
,' shop, 5 years. Us John A. Miami. training project although -
'. will be the' run-off candidates' in Riley of structed as a /
: ?':> The City Trailer Park art-Central I I' Right to Left. second row: T. IT. the race for Congressman from the Officials of the company express it is assumed that it will remain -

: Avenue near the A. C. L. station 'is Jones, foreman dehydrator and new Sixth Congressional District. :I their personal regret at losing Mrs. in use by the field.It .

k4': _' being improved this week through lemongrass stills, 10 years; Clyde Hendry County also gave these I Downs and express their hope and is estimated, that the work will

; 'the addition of doubled toilet and Egley, dragline foreman engineering two candidates the high vote with,{]i confidence that hotel patrons will receive require about a month to complete.

shower facilities.: and drainage department, 5 Stuckey receiving 452 votes) Rogers the same gracious and courteous Mart and shell arev being hauled

)1' ,. Several trailers: arrived .at the Tears' ;; Boyd T. Vorhees, payroll su- 287, Carmichael 68, Cunningham I i treatment from the new manager from stock-piles near Moore Havento

camp during the past week and a )pervisor general office, 10 years; [33, Edgar Hamilton 82, Frank]: Rails ; as they have been accustomed j form a base for' the steel matting.

half dozen or more additional ones 'Harold D. Adams locomotive, department -' 27. Willis Sherrill 24 and W. A. |I tp receiving under ,Mrs. Downs', The troops are quartered in a bivouac -

are expected next week. ,' 5 years; Dilburn F,, Weaver.:, lWall45]! ,-. JI i management. I area .at the, field.

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.g BLACK ft ( Most Germs Are Good

of Thought ,, 1I

\\A Ir -/----1 Germs are living things, eating

BETWEEN the great things SOMBRERO ) and drinking, moving and reproducing "

we cannot do and the n 7p i, just like human beings. As

small things we will not do, the dogs come only from dogs, so
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danger is that we'shall do noth- tJ CLIFFORD KNIGHT N S W RVICE N U. germs come only from other germs

ing.-Adolph Monod. like themselves. Someone, work-
The man who has not yet Elsa Chatfield Is disinherited by her "You,must have had a very great gray eyes fixed upon his; the lines ing out their rate of reproduction,
Aunt Kitty who died of an overdose of had smoothed of her face her
thoroughly conquered himselfis Madison provocation that morning to mur- out ; computed that one germ can be-
Hunt Rogers and Barry
morphine. der." Rogers' voice hardened a voice when next she spoke was quite come seventeen million in
tempted and germs
easily overcomein go to Mexico to solve what they believe calm.
little and trivial matters. to be Aunt Kitty's murder. On arriving trifle. eight hours.
Thomas a Kempis.In .' they find that Elsa's party has pre- "More than you realize," Elsa "Perhaps you're right, both of Most germs are useful germs;

human hearts uhat bolder thoughtscan ceded them by plane. James ChesebroIs flashed. She seemed to stand taller you," she said. "Having! kept stillso indeed, the world could not go on

rise, murdered, Elsa's father Sam, meets her gray eyes turned full upon long however, it,really:.makes.lit without them. They break up the
death from' the sword of a marlin when tle difference things have
Than man's presumption on tomor. Rogers. with me now. She we finished with-the
breaks, toppling him Into the
row's altnrOUl''G.. his sea,chair and George Bumble a member of "If I had to guess what that provo- continued to stand before Rogers as leaves, the dead 'animalsandsend

Remember this-that there is the fishing party is fished out of the cation was," began Rogers, as if he if answering to him, ignoring the them back to the soil. Theyare

a proper dignity and proportion sea near the dock. Police chief Lorn- were feeling his way into a dark others who sat silently in their the. scavengers of life. The "-
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to be observed in the performance bardo conducts the! Investigation into room and would welcome a light, chairs."I war against germs is a war

of every act,of life.-Mar- these deaths. Reed Barton asks what "I should hazard that it had some- ran away from school in the against a minority of disease

cus Aurelius. learns they were that doing this with is the his knife fishing that knife'and killed thing to do with the picture of you East. I went to New York, because germs, not a majority of useful

I George Rumble. and the baby." He paused for a I'd decided to be an artist. germs.

I fraction of a second, as if giving Father knew what I'd done and approved -

Elsa an opportunity to speak, then, it. I didn't tell Aunt Kitty
"I 1 STOPPED DOSINGMY CHAPTER XVII went on: "The child bore a very and she didn't' know where I was. Just Nose 2 Drops drops Penetro in each

strong likeness to Jimmy the After I'd been there nearly a year nostril help you

"Practically," he said. "I think Cheese. I assume that he was the father one day telegraphed me that breathe Instantly freer, to give almost your
CONSTIPATIONA if we were to sort them out properlywe father." Aunt Kitty needed me. That was GQoD head cold air. 25c-2%

could go a long way toward a "You are correct. ," said Elsa with the first mistake. She never needed Caution times as:much Use only or 50c.as

YEAR AGO solution. Perhaps not all the way. dignity. anybody. But just the same I directed., Always get It

We can settle upon several perti- "George Rumble, after the,pictureof flew to San Francisco. I was seven- Penetro Nose Drops
nent facts-clues that point towardthe teen, and I didn't have sense."
: ; -, Says Happy you and the child appeared in any
KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN UserIf solution. the paper, told me something which Rogers interrupted her. "Won't Ancients Used Petroleum
"What are they? 'rather cleared him of any intent of you sit down, Elsa?" Petroleum
are still dosing con- silent for some moments was'used medicinallyand
you your Rogers'was on.IOHe
wrongdoing went
; Rogers She
smiled at him. "No thank i for the dead inancient
don't fail to read this mind embalming
stipation, in his
turning over said he first of "
that picture
saw you
unsolicited letter! "I'll you, she answered, continuing to. times.SNAPPY.
the answer to my question. and the baby at Aunt Kitty's."Barry .
your stand
"I'd been troubled with common const! "It easily before us. "I met Aunt
pation for years. Tried many kinds of name one thing, ,he began. is Kitty, when she 'got off the boat with
medicines for it. Then, just about a year more important than any other- II.
ago I tried KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN. I in the baby. Father had written me
ate it regularly without missing a day. It the picture of Elsa and the baby at San Francisco telling what
helped so much I have not taken one dose the Los Angeles paper." He did not me FACTS
of medicine for constipation since,nor haveI he he believed was the truth. I'd had
confined myself to any diet I" Mr. S. P. go on for some moments, then only the Of I ABOUT <
telegram. course,
Loebe. Charleston, Missouri. said: "What Chesebro did or saidto
Sounds like magic, doesn't it? Elsa that so enraged her inter- y was sort ,of stunned; nothing like RUBBERNavigation
But, scientists say, KELLOGG'S much too. The knife this had ever happened to our fam-
ests
ALL-BRAN can really "get'at" a that me killed very Chesebro is a clue I'd ily. I was very frank to say so; I
common cause of constipation -, she had it coming to her after the
like to discover. s>aa cg
lack of dietary "cellulosic" elements
way she'd brought me up. Aunt Kit.
k I -because it is one of Na- "Are those all?" I asked when he turned
ty I
' on me so fiercely thoughtshe
: ture's most effective sources of ceased speaking.He .
was to strike She
ti .. these elements! They help the I felt going me. is impossible even for a
at
did not reply once. denied it
her child. She said
t: friendly colonic flora fluff up and was canoe on some of the tiny branchesin
prepare the colonic contents for I. that something had come over him, / Father had lied to me. ,It was a the Amazon headwaters in. the

I, easy elimination. KELLOGG'S some new thought, had struck "him. baby she was going to adopt. ButI remote Bolivia rubber country. Air

k ALL-BRAN is not a purgative! "Barry-the black sombrero! he stuck to the point like, the little transport is now serving in the rubber .

r',' Doesn't "sweep you out"! It's a said suddenly.,He didn't speak againfor fool I was. I threatened to kidnapthe development, In these areas.

F:, :gentle-acting, "regulating" food!, : several moments, then he said: I child and go home with it and Tappers cut their way through the
' In- Jungle, with from 100 to 150 wild
If you have constipation of .There'san amazing story here! announce it as my own, just to
:r'' this kind, eat KELLOGG'SALLBRAN credible! I see it only dimly yet." shame her. That was the ,second rubber per's route.trees serving as each tap I
:'Y several
or
r--' ALL-BRAN muffins regularly. Inside Berta, Margaret and mistake. .I didn't carry out my

): Drink plenty of water:See if you Dwight were attempting a, three- threat but' it was only because I Tire experts hold that greater
t' don't find real relief. Insist on handed game of bridge-killing slow couldn't get the child away from mileages are returned from
0, genuine ALL-BRAN,made only by 'time; as it were' in the hope that her" truck tires if, when they are
new, they are "broken in"for
-, Kellogg's in Battle Creek. morrow: would be a brighter day. "You returned home together, several thousand miles

"Senora," began Rogers addressing then you and your aunt?" Rogers under normal or sub-normal

Berta abruptly, "did you not suggested. conditions. Using new tires on
come ashore from the Orizaba that front wheels before shifting
,
? "Yes. I'd used all
{ l up my moneyin
-- 1//I JSuf evening prior to our fishing trip?" going to San Francisco, and father them to ,the rear is one way

t" FOI HI101 ACIES All PAIlS Of "Yes she replied after a of "seasoning" tires.B.FGoo.j. t:
;. ,I, senor couldn't send me any more at
..t'I' RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO moment's hesitation.' ,"But. only to that times Aunt. ,Kitty 'would not q. .

l' I the-the; ID'l1eHelthe'whart. '. with Ar- give me any 'to go back to New

( turo." York. She'd buy me anything I *

", MCNEILSM "Yes?" : wanted, though, in the way of cloth-

.;:- AGj "It is because I have forgotten a ing. She'd never been really gen-

A. RLarge promise, senor, to my husband. I erous. I couldn't understand it now. I
IJRMEJ>T should bring his fishing things, his I. thought before this that I'd hated

BRINGS BLESSED BELIEF; harness, and his belt and knife.,AndI her, but we were really only begin-
forgot. When I remember it I go ning to hate each other.
Bottled no tttsail2Small) Size 60c
*cAlm: ISE OUT AS II1ECTE* ashore to find somebody to send ,-- "Then one day I woke up to what

IT III(COD DUDE sum ir IT Mill.rtctif t il price with a note to the rancho for them." -the black sombrero!" had happened to me. Odd how you
MclEll Din CO. IM. JACISOIIILIE 4. FLOIIU "Did you find someone?" can be the'center of gossip and

"Oh, yes. Two boys. I send themn He asked her about it and your aunt never hear a whisper of it. It's like "-

a taxi." told him that it was your baby-" being in the center of a hurricane, .

FOR QUICK RELtff ,"Did you wait for their return?" "She lied!" Elsa flashed. "I'm not everything is 'so quiet. Months had

s: "No, senor. I go back to the boat the mother of that baby!" she said passed before the maid one day said

and Arturo brings the things'to me fiercely. something to me about 'my baby.'

later." Something like a sigh of relief I was furious. I went to Aunt Kitty.

A ANTISEPTIC Soothing W C tlm A I V V Cm C* "Did you see Senor. Rumble on seemed to stir in the room. Elsa She laughed. 'The whole town thinks

:Used by thousands with satisfactory re* the wharf, senora?" stood firmly, defiantly before Rogers :, it's yours,' she, said. She laughed Cleaning Bedouin

tilts for 40 years-six valuable ingredi "No, senor. I see no one." flanked by Reed Barton. Berta again. 'And it's going to be yours. The name Bedouin, as appliedto

ents.Spurlock-Neal' Get Carboil Co.,at Nashville drug stores Tenn.or write "What time was it?" sat forward in her seat, an eagernessin : You can't prove it's not. You ran an Arab tribe, means "dwellersin

"That I do not know, senor. I do_ her manner, something tremblingon away from school, so the school the open land."

not think it is very late." her lips. Rogers asked" "Who, authorities can't_help you deny it.
",' cards aban- was the motherElsa? It comes down to your word and
The by
now were
; doned and the players moved t1 "Aunt Kitty!" mine, and mine will be believed be- gUIN IRRITATIONS OF
EXTERNAL CAUSE
T. comfortable chairs. Doctor "Please, may I say something? 'fore yours. So what?'

more in the said Berta quickly."Of "There I was," said Elsa simply. Acne pimples, ,eczema, factory derma ,..
Cruz appeared doorway and
titis;simple ringworm, tetter, salt rheum:
behind him Lombardo. They came course, senora, Rogers "What could I do? She had me, andI bumps (blackheads), and ugly broken-
in and we greeted them. I won turned to her. knew it. So all I could do was to out skin. Millions relieve itching, burn-
"There things I should hating her more and more. ing and soreness of these miseries with
on
E1 dered what their mission was. Rog- are some go
FLIES) BREED simple home treatment. Goes to work at
ers continued to stand. tell," she began in her precise Eng When the baby died-it didn't make once. Aids healing, works the antiseptic _

;-- AND FEED "Elsa has ,retired?" he inquired."Oh lish. "Elsa does not know I know any difference. I could only go on way. Use Black and White Ointment onlyas J
these facts; my husband did not as I had been going, hating,her with directed. lOc, 25c 60c sizes. 25 years'
she and Reed
no; are around Vital
success. Money-back guarantee.
much knowledge. But breath I drew and hoping to
know I had so every in
is famous
somewhere, Margaret answered.At cleansing good soap. Enjoy
: .,' "
.. .. :.. that moment Elsa, followed by my cousin, Maria Mendez, who is a live it down some day. Black and,:White Skin Soap daily.
nurse at the hospital, told me. Aunt "Tell me now about Chesebro and
Reed Barton, appeared at the study
IN Kitty's child was born in the hospital what happened the other day," in-
MANURE door.
\:: here at Mazatlan. She came structed Rogers matteroffactly.Elsa >YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROMHOTFIASHES. "-

:t: .... PILES AND tioned"Did?" I she hear called.my name men- secretly here, wanting to be near laughed shortly, but there

:' ROTTEN her brother, and yet for some was no mirth in her voice. "Elsa,
'lit ... ,"Hunt Rogers was worrying about :
not telling him she
"' ..".. strange reason the brilliant caricaturist, she said
"
; : .. .. "" THINGS you, I said. was even in the town until after the sarcastically, "never saw that resemblance If you suffer from hot flashes, ,
"But I wasn't, Rogers objected."I weak nervous, cranky feelings, area -
TRANSMIT THIS .. child was born. in the child to Jimmythe
merely inquired what had be- bit blue at times-due to the
FILTH TO.THE : come of you. I'd not seen you since "Later, on, a steamer' day, she Cheese. She had to be told by functional "middle-age" period
dinner." sent word, pretending that she had Jimmy himself in one of .his sev- peculiar to women-try Lydia E.
;. VERY FOOD come' ashore for the few hours the eral fantastic proposals of marriage Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
In the brief moments of this to relieve such '
Taken
conversation symptoms.
F wE had steamer stopped. She explained the ." There was a tinge of scorn regularlY-Pinkham's
Rogers walked few Compound
EAT.t' steps toward, Elsa. The table where a child by saying its mother had died in her voice. "He'd made advances helps build up resistance against
1a to adopt it. to in his elephantine ever such distress. It helps nature
w r close at sea and she expected me way
her hat at
lay was hand.
He
Also a fine stomachic tonic. Follow -
' r rDO.N''t reached out of a sudden and pickedup Sam went to see her, Berta wenton since Aunt Kitty's death. He didn'tseem label directions
fire in her to 'mean it until short time
the quirt which lay partly "concealed -, rapidly, a deep eyes. a LYDIA E. flJI1RUHIIIULIAIHIIC VEGETABLE'
TOLERATE: rtiESIr'i underneath it.and held it up "She would not come to the rancho, ago.' I detested him and I told himso.
of She would not Then came that picture in the
before his eyes as if studying the because me. even
] carved him to tell me anything paper. He was very contrite that
o'ff''e4Il ui/tTANGLEF00T knob with the head. Elsa permit
i continued to walk toward him. about her being here at the time. I day we went for a ride. He beggeda

i Somehow Rogers had managed to Only after Maria had told me later thousand' pardons; he groveled A VEGETABLE'Laxative' ?

center our gaze upon what he was something of what had happened, before me-literally. Finally he

doing. I found myself staring slightly did I learn about it from Sam. But startled me with the statement that '; ,
at the quirt. he made me promise never to talk he was the father of the child, and

1 the old reliable that never fails, '"I've been wondering," said Rog- of it. Things, of course"-she gestured before he was through gabbling he For Sour Headache Stomach
ers with faint smile vehemently with her small, admitted that it was his idea origi- 1>.1
Economical, not rationed. For sale .t a "what I and % zy
herdwu., drug and grocery itorti. might find concealed in this thing"He ivory-tinted hands-"are differentnow. nally and not Aunt Kitty'sthat the Spells when

twisted at the knob. It was the It is time to talk." gossip be started at home that the caused by Con '(.

wrong way. He reversed the pressure "You are right, Senora Chatfield," child was mine." Elsa's voice stipation. Use '
and the knob slipped ''slightly said ''Rogers. "It is time to talk." ceased for a.moment and then took only as directed.
again in quiet dead level tone. 15 doses foil!
lUte a screw. To my amazementhe He turned to Elsa, a questioning look up a only 10 cents.TIVE .
pulled the knob loose from the in his mild, blue eyes, and seemed "You make that statement of your

handle of the quirt, drawing with it to' wait for some word from her. own free will, do you, Elsa?" asked I I

from its concealment a long, thin- Elsa had listened to Berta withouta Rogers.
12 SHEETS ; I bladed knife of finely tempered change of expression. She now "Why, yes, of course." IOWDEGems '
'
steel. looked at Rogers steadily, her level I I (TO BE CONTINUED)



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t !PfAKINGpo Chance on His PredictionAn ?' Asg Mf 1 A quiz with answers offering ???, 'Si ,

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SS1f1cL old Negro, Moses by name ANOTHER. information on various subjects ?

hrs had been a great weather predicter ? ,

Li during his period of slavery and MMMMMMMMMMMMht hhMhMhhhMhMMMMMhM hh hhhMh?

,, 4SCREi'1 was fairly successful. After he was The Questions 6. What dynasty was in power

given his freedom he decided to during the
period that China was
1. Who
'was known the mod-
( By VIRGINIA VALE make an almanac and got his old iron as the foremost civilized p"dwer of the. .
ern man of baseball?
Released by Western Newspaper Union. Released by Western Newspaper Union. master to do the writing 'for him. world? '
2. Can you name three promi- '
He began, of course, with Janu- 7. What is the.oldest,known toy
H'OW many fight followers remember RAFT is back nent movie stars with the'surname
. the only time in the GEORGE started-in Uni- ary and made his weather predictions of Powell?

.o history of the heavyweight division versal's "Follow the Boys" he up to August 10, when he 3. The figures carved by Borg- The Answers -

' that a man won the title, while his predicted a fall of, snow. lum in the Mt. Rushmore'memori- 1. Lou
Gehrig,
does Charleston and an Argen- .
opponent was sitting down? a At this his master said: "Moses, al are scaled to the proportion of 2. William )
Powell
Eleanor Pow-
tine number which he did in his ,
darn fool, know it won'tsnow how tall?
TOl end this horrible mystery in a you you men ell and Dick Powell.

hurry, it was July 4, 1919, when stage debut, and in almost.identical in August." 4. How many persons lost their 3. ,Of men 465 feet tall. ....

.J Jack Dempsey met Jess Willard in costume., His' first profes- Old Moses replied: "Yes, I knowit lives in the great Chicago fire?' 4.. About 300. .

, Toledo, Ohio, for the world cham- sional dancing job was in one of the ain't apt to snow in August, but 5. In what year was the Consti- 5. In 1787. :

pionship.. top vaudeville acts, Pilcer and just think, if it was to, what a tution of the United States sub 6. The T'ang dynasty. ",7i-.:

I Challenger Jack now Lieutenant Douglas, in 1922. And one of the great prophet I would be." mitted to the people? 7. The doll. ,
things that cinched the job was ,J
Commander Dempsey of the Coast
Raft's resemblance to Valentino, at
.; Guard was in the world's ..._ ..'.......-. ,'iI
that time the greatest
best shape of hiscare'er. screen attraction. In "Follow the I- MINOR FOR I MOROLINE S
' J
1 And he was Boys" Raft is co-starred with :i I!! ;; BURNS \ PETROLEUM j,
exceedingly fortunate \ f (JU"1 CUTS JELLY 1ft)' .:
r because that Zorina, with whom he does the ;; 1..J. i \ Eva TINES tiS MUCH fox '}

Argentine dance. i .. ,
.vt ..
particular Independence '" [ "/ / '
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: >
/
I
Day happened In those Dr. Kildare movies, when 'Y....,.. Broaden at Thirty :

c j'' to test be one days of the in hot the: Laraine Day played the doctor's I.-: : ::_.........._......._....--.. .. ..._ ._ .. '___.._.._...._ ......_....._.__......_/_. -. ..._..._i. I I Men usually begin to decrease ",.';'
." his- nurse, nothing ever happened to her = = in height after the age of 30. ; ar

meteorological of Toledo. Both but more Kildares. She got her Pattern 7002 has transfer pattern directions
tory -a: ': break when the writers killed off 7002 for doll and clothes. Sixteen centsin .
fighters were liter- the'nurse, and Laraine made her'' I coins brings you this pattern. ', .. '...:.
bathed in .Yr
ally perspiration T 1 :
cr' !
c they Sewing Circle Needlecraft : : :
as jack Dempsey Dept. ? : ..
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climbed into the 561 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, HI. :' ..... ... ., Y,''..":' ... .,.v.,' 'J'1,',
.' ring. Dempsey was considerably "f Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to Those with tanned-dark skin '. 1x-.'," ".
shorter than Willard and had given cover cost of mailing) for PatternNO' externally raaaed, who want ie '"" .: '.
; lighter smoother softer should fl .c '
him a 65-pound weight advantage. t' ;.............. try Dr.'FRED.UseTdaysasdlrected.Palm.r'a Skin ,;;;by :.:;

: t Jack's excellent physical condition Name ..-.............................. 2Sc If not at dniwrists.satisfied MONEY FREE Sample.BACK. 'f'. :,&$ ,,, ..,
:ow; '
gg a'. wasn't accidental. He had long ., Address ............................. Send Dept.Sc S postage, Box 264.to GALENOL.Atlanta.Ga. r. ," ....., \ ." ,:;
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J'- ':
: :. set sights on the heavyweight Dr.FredPamer'sSkinWhitenery! ,"
title I was willing to work hard 1 ,.;. :.
.t
: 1 for u Aiid Willard was far from his "'

..: best. In fact, he verged on soft- JQO .

; ness. .,

; GEE-SHE ;I:
Y.rw.
Round "
The First ,
'

,, Ollie Pecord was the referee. He ; O \ \ Sof LOOKS OU { ,

called the two men to the center, of '

' \ "", the ring for their last-minute instruc- 'dl '' .ti tIf TODAY ', '

tions. Then came the opening bell J

,. and the brawl was under, way. :
LARAINE DAY
Dempsey circled around for a few / r
\ \
'
( seconds, then uncorked a vicious 1 1e
;5 and scored one success after .
,
escape .
.5 right that plowed into Willard's mid- another. "Mr. Lucky," "The Storyof 3 i9 /fJ ij ijvZ
and Jack
,' section. Willard staggered
Dr. Wassell" and now she has
followed with a left high on Willard's -
landed a real plum. RKO has cast ':',,;
cheek. .,-
her to star with Alan Marshall .in ,
Dempsey didn't overlook his cur- "That Hunter Girl." "

rent opportunity. ,He moved in like \ \ ,
-
/
/
a wildcat. He let loose a long, ,hard
Versatile John Nesbitt, the story-
/ right into Jess' stomach and Jess
teller; is now turning out an average
; like Then came
: quivered an aspen.
of one film a month at Metro, in Sa
the most telling blow of the fight. nC
;
11S
Addition to doing his' Sunday spot on
.k Dempsey let loose with a left to the
\-1l ,;: : the-John Charles Thomas show, and
" :r- face that threatened to separate, new '
his three-a-week'series on CBS.
Willard's head from his shoulders. fi
He's won two Academy awards for ; 1/
L He went to the canvas'a; surprised, his work. :

: sickly grin on his face.

ti: Pecord shoved, ,Dempsey to one Cary Grant saw little Arden Black SORE TONE '

side and started to count the
over going[ to school morning when
every YOU BET you show it when those '
prostrate champion. Jess managed he turned into the studio, and liked 'M AKE this freckle-faced tyke cruel pains shoot through arms, soothes fast with

\" to lurch to his feet when the count tier spunk. She was only seven, and for your mascot ,let her neck, back or legs. Do something.Rub .

went up to six, but he was already had a brace on her leg, but said mischievous eyes andtousled; yarn I on SORETONE Liniment. Get .,
'I' .. a beaten man. Again Dempsey didn't'mind.. So he spoke to Di- hair chase your gremlins, too. I I the blessed relief of etone's C 0 LD H EAT

" \ moved in for the kill. A left to the rector Clifford Odets, in whose She's ''made simply just of cold heat action. Quickly Soretone

:;.', head, followed by a right to the "None But the Lonely Heart" Grantis rags. 'You can choose her clothes acts to:

'" ''t':> body, put Jess on the canvas for the working, and they decided they from your scrap bag. 1. Dilate surface capillary blood ACTION r

:if. second time. Jack waited for him could use a crippled ehild in London R vessels.

.j to get up, which he did at the countof slum sets -' and Arden got the job. 2. Check muscular cramp.. in cases of

eight., Dempsey belted him all _",' 3. Enhance local circulation. .
: _r--- If you know'a Navy man, don'tever
over the ring, the champ going down Paulette Goddard became knownfor call him a "gob"-sailors 4. Help reduce local sicelling. MUSCULAR LUMBAGO_

t'S again for the count of seven. All in achieving what others didn't consider the name- an, insult. You Developed by the famous McKes OR BACKACHE

all, Willard went down seven times when'she became the first of CharlieChaplin's can get on the right side of him son Laboratories Soretone is a due to fatigue or exposure
. in the first round. The last knock- him unique formula.Soretone contains
: wives to win ,real successon though if you offer a Camelor
,'',- :': down came just before the bell send him methyl salicylate,.a most effective MUSCULAR, PAINS
" the screen. So it's no surprisethat better yet, a carton.
"'t;' ended the round. Referee Pecord favorite pain-relieving agent. For fastest ac- due to told
Camels 'the
citation cigarettewith
she has for are
won a being
r::.. was counting when the bell rang' tion, let dry, rub in again. There's MUSCLES
the first American woman visiting men in the Navy (Army, Ma- only Soretone-insist it for SORE
: and that's what caused the mixup. one on
r:' China to entertain U. S. troops. She :rines, Coast Guard, too, for that Soretone results. 50<. Big, long- duo to overwork
it, The crowd was yelling'so hard received it from Col. John A. matter) based on actual sales records lasting bottle $1. ''
MINOR SPRAINS'
.. ':' that the referee didn't
hear the bell Feagin: "Her achievement reflects from'the service men's stores.

kept on counting. He finished highest credit on herself and the And though there are Post Office

.::, i'Cand,:, the ten count, crossed the ring and entire entertainment world," said restrictions on packages to over- S .

;:...,t :-- ., held up Dempsey's right hand in he., seas Army men, you can still send

', ::- the customary salute of battle. -- -'," Camels to soldiers in the U. S., _,,..,.-... *Though applied cold inbefaclent -
-- Ingredients In Sore-
'. It... i' Jack Kearns, Dempsey's many Swell idea,.that new CBS "Visit and to men in the Navy, Marines the tone act like heat to Increai

.'- ., ager, hurried Jack out of the ring ing Hour" on Saturday afternoons, and Coast Guard wherever they and McKesson{ makes it" .,,r blood to the area:ins t 1idua
., a. glowing itose warmth
..
t: into his are.-Adv.
.' dressing room while Wil- beginning April 29, with Ted Husingas tS
: ..: lard's handlers were helping him to coordinator. There'll be a Holly-

. i: '. his corner. Just before Jack got to wood star and a sports celebrity

f", his dressing room the officials wer'e each week as guest stars; they will I IV

" r", ,sending a messenger after him to chat informally with soldiers at

come back to finish the fight. "
; army hospitals. Programs for the ie

11- J Hope for WillardThe first 13 weeks will cover most of the ..afA"
,11' ,
large cities from coast to coast, III
one-minute rest had worked through the facilities of CBS affili- iC say :

--; miracles for Willard. But the jour- ates. they attack
the ed towards
ney dressing room -HEArt -- 1"

hadn't helped Jack's wind. Baker, NBC commentator and t 01'0< r the ay &y

Jack coasted for the first minuteof newscaster, recently learned how \ 0" M l OAY"or pay

round two. The tables were convincing he can be. He pleadedon HOLE S dga "
I turned a bit when Willard blasted the air for recruits for the Wom ; U // tb e aoti7te
{ A-rrnY:
through with a hard right to the en's Air corps; did it so effectivelythat ", C.aAe''" :th 111ct1 :". the 'JII ,

chin that caught the challenger un his daughter, Jean Ormsby, auto" U C ;.

prepared. Dempsey grabbed and promptly joined up! { Browning

held and didn't get up a full headof 'JAOlpoT ri e -
steam for the remainder of the Alan Young, Canada's youthful

round. But that first round had been contribution to the ranks of radio
'
hard on Willard. comedians, has been signed to take

By the third round Dempsey was over ,Eddie Cantor's Wednesday CAMELS j

Ji more rested and had recovered. He night niche for the summer, begin- "

didn't manage to get ina sledgehammer ning July 5. Young will be assistedby > AN/T BE SEAT L s
'' wallop but he Bea Wain and Peter Van ;J
;; Via' was giving "'
Willard a terrific beating. Steeden's orchestra. FOR FRESH FLAVOR
-'; --
Willard was groggy at the end of
EXTRAMILDNESS
AND
the third round. He looked like Everett Sloane, CBS's "CrimeDoctor"
a !
I
j:
and the highest paid actor I
beaten man. Just about 20 seconds
on radio, ran into an old college J j 'X4tCL51ttj
before the start of the fourth, Jess
5 chum who assured Sloane that suc- + "
; 55 held a fast consultation with his
hadn't changed him. "Well it I
cess ,
manager and trainer. At the end of has a little," replied Sloane. "I'm : f / ,r:/S ly;rrsJn a s'.;+ /
their rapid-fire chat, Willard's man-
now 'eccentric' where I used to be
ager reached over and grabbed
a
impolite, and 'delightfully
i white towel. Even as the bell witty'
rang where I used to be rude!I." Sloane,
for the fourth, the towel sailed over
to the referee's feet and the fight incidentally, appeared on OrsonWelles' < & &&j
famous "Man from Mars" >*& &#%& ?V fgy:
f" was over. broadcast. I. i:4yrrf:




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WAGE FOUR TAE OLEWI8TON NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 5; 1044"(


The Clewiston News I here expect in Memphis.at the end of -my training Book Reviews "I gust went 1943.in the Marine Corps 12 Au- gine in good condition..

The weather in Tennessee is in Private First Class Draughon was Good paint job. Price.
New books In Clewiston Public Li- sworn in on 12 July 1943 at Birmingham -

Florida Published, by every the Friday CLEWISTON in Clewl NEWS ton,, ida.brary-reviewed by Mrs. W. Dea.nl Alabama. Upon completion $450. H. T. Carter, P.,
King chairman: of his basic training at San Diego, !
inc. the Union compared to the good old i
I state of Florida.I California, he was assigned to the O. Box 451. 1 Itp.
TIGER ROAR Division of Aviation and was sent to,
Sintered as second class mall matter would appreciate it very muchif
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In will continue to send me the By Frances Jordan Camp Miramar San Diego. From FOR
you SALE-Baby
Act of -
CTcwiaton, Florida, under the I carriage
I Camp Miramar he to the
was sent
March 3, 1197.OARR Clewiston News at my new address. I I
Sincerely Guys: and gals of Clewiston High Marine Aviation Supply School. slightly used. Like
I 'School Varsity Clubs had a gay ole
SETTLE, Publisher Carrol Redish. i time last Sunday. A picnic at Fish- new. 213 S. 'San PedroSt.
I
.-- eating Creek was the cause of the FOR SALE, Second-

Snbicrlptloa Rate-- 2JH> Per Tear The following letter is from Owen |II,merriment. I II 1 Itc.
hand
( who' has been transferred to baby carriaere. All- I
Winn !
truck I --
AdrertUlac Rate Oa ApplleatIU.Devoted I The crowd left Clewiston by j I
'I'a rest area after service with a. early Sunday morning and returned metal frame rubber ; NOTICE
i
(tank battalion in the Aiawe, New
While II
in the evening. passing '
to the advancement and welfare Britain, campaign.Dear through Moore Haven everyone tires. See. Mrs. L. H. i'Thompson Motor Parts 4.-
ot Clewiaton and Hendry County.IA I' Mr. and Mrs. Bowden: i Clewiston The event
sang songs. big
Nash clo Mrs C. Niel will be closed all day-
.., It's been quite some time since of the day was when Jack Martinez J.

I I've seen an issue of the paper but I caught a pig. Plenty of food, fun, I 1 1 1I Monday May 8th and'
sen. ,
AL D70RIAl! I believe we are going to a place where ,swimming and boating made this tp
,
s SOOATIOM we can have better_ service of all outing a gala affair. until noon Tuesday, May'

I Those present were: Margaret FOR SALE Daybed, I II 5tk
sorts.We 9th
and after 1
were just released from the; I Williams, Carolyn Bryant, Frances I May

Arawe, New Britain, campaign and J1 It Sutton, Kathleen' Lewis, Marilyn good springs and mat-I will be closed Saturday
I are going to spend some time in Davis, Billy Surrency. Melvin Tor- I
what they call a rest area. Experiences ''Jbert, Junior and Jack Martinez, :tress; accommodates two I afternoons. 5.5

:..:..: :..:;>-:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:-:-;.:-:..:-:-:..:-:..:.. I I tell us though that there is: I[Clarence Stiles Gene Mills, Ray when mahogany ..,
;
much more rest in a combat area i mond Trice, Sherwood Hall, Frank open
',Conkling, Horace Brown and Bern- I NOTICE
than elsewhere. i i stain. Geo. F. Serson, ,
I ,
Tallahassee Florida
aid Myers. Guests were Oswell Sutton -
With. The first marine division is 'beginning April 13, 1944.
a rotation of service using '! and Ruby Sanders. Mr. and {: 415 1 E. Ventura (Riddle-I NOTICE is hereby given that the"
I Mrs. Bernie Thomson were chaper- I Trustees of the. Internal Improvement
the point system For every month Fund of the State of Florida will offer
I 'I I ones. Mrs. Thomson is sponsor of'McKay Duplex) 1 Itp
overseas you get one point. Then I for sale and receive competitive bids'at
ll. Our Boys the Girls Varsity.Club and Mr. II III I Tallahassee, Florida Tuesday, May, -
for -
you get so many points performance I 23rd, 1944, at 12:00 o'clock NOON, for-
I l of duty, so many points for Thomson is a member' of the Ath- FOR SALE Bailey the following parcels of land in HEN-
letic Council. DRY COUNTY. Florida:
and, of they
combat time course (I SEtf and Ei'2 of SW%, Section 7-
L in the deduct a few points for misbehavior. I Smith davenport. Solid s1 of Section 19;
N% of Section 29, Township 46
and
I IService Those with the most points go Monday the Tigers romped :I South, Range 32 East, containing x
first. stomped the Txford team from walnut, good springs, 880 acres.
Riddle Field 22 to :9 for their tenth Sale of the above will be subject'
I'm not planning on coming home I material. Mrs. I to existing grazing lease which
.: for the biggest percentage have been victory in 12 games. Eric Thomas tapestry expires December 16. 1946.
I and Junior Martinez were the big This Notice is published in com-
over here much longer than myself2 A. H. King. 2tc. I pliance with Sections 270.08 and 270.09,,
years. However we believe that guns at the bat. Florida Statutes 1941. ,

......bM. ._.............._......_.._.._.._.._,......'..::;. I those who don't go home will get FOR SALE 193 7 Ford I reject The any Trustees and all reserve bids. the right to.
furloughs over here. I I. Returning late Wednesday, from BY ORDER of the Trustees of the

I I wish I could tell about the I lunch, as usual, I noticed_ the halls I Internal Improvement Fund. '
you SPESSARD L. HOLLAND
;.:- Abner' H. Vann, who has been inthe !( excitement on New Britain but the ,I|of the high school were strangely 60 Coupe. Easy on gas, Governor; .
Army for several months but In !, ,deserted! After roaming around I Attest:
censor says "NO. good tires. En- F. C. Elliot, Secretary. .
most'of j jf pre-war
without
;. a[hospital the time [for a few minutes I found the students I No. 55-April 21, 28. May 5, 12, 19.,
:,. being assigned, has now been placed Have been to the F.P.O. here to ., in Mr.. Myers. ,room. Well I I ------ -_-_-_, /
in. limited service and is stationedat find out where some of the boys are j guess everybody:- --likes- fishhere'shoping I
f ': Camp McCabe, Miss. and have found out where Dick andWilbur \ I
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(.::' : i Jimmie Elmore, Skeet i take those double zeros in all classes Tot/ay's F U N NIG I RAM By Peters -p 1 :
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, Clewi on's oversea brother team, i missed Wednesday afternoon. Cruel -
t 'have high hopes of seeing Skeet in NM'.OOAYIHlNfjW/1 .
:N;'- James and Jack Wynn, sons of Mrs. i I' \teachers! j 1 ''
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r C Aj P. Wynn of Clewiston, are still a few weeks. I b Vn I :
: liar and Hoping to write you someday from II > 1
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.that they see each other quite often. Japan, Joel Draughon It's easy to sleep on the "l
Kind regards, back seat of a sweet-run- j
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Ray has been -
We hope so, too, Owen and that it i serviced. '
. to the Marine Base at San Diego, I Second In Class "I 1
' won't be too far in the future. You >
i'r Cal., and writes that he is located
I and the rest of the boys are doinga I '
Herman Draughon. another
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magnificent job in dealing with the MARINE AVIATION SUPPLY I HENDRYCOUNTY' :
4', Clewiston Marine. N T' I' SCHOOL, San' Diego:"'Calif...-Marine .
T* :!imps of Hirohitb arfd our guess that i :1
t ** 1 i I it won't take IOU long. I Private First Class Joel H. Draughon, : ,:
Postmaster A. W. Sias who since i ., -- I former employee of the United

,. he entered service has' been stationed J ;[States Sugar Corporation, Clewiston! I MOTORS ]
at the army post-office at :MiamI Time Extended on Tax- Florida, has completed 16 weeks instruction .

Beach was home for a few days over in the Marine Aviation
Exempt Organizations I x xa'; ;kH % CLEWISTON, FLORIDA t..
the week-end and' jays the crystal Detachment, Naval Training Center, ;I

ball indicates a long ocean voyage i (Marine Aviation Supply School,) ,! i
before long. He seems quite pleas- !j Collector of Internal Revenue I Ii [ San Diego, California, being grad- ',: .
ed with the prospect and we're not ,!i John L. Fahs today advised tax- I I'uated second in his class with an .. ;
going to express sympathy if he [empt organizations that the time for '' average of 9685. He is the husbandof "Ah-h! my wife fell asleep on the back seat.'; .,::,'

wants to go placesand_ do things. filing the information returns re- Mrs. Jonnie Lee Draughon. Route i .

... quired by Section 117 of the Reve- 1, Newton, Alabama. !
The following is from Carrol W.: nue Act of 1943 will be .extended He attended elementary and high I'I '

Redish who is located at the' U. S. beyond May 15 in the case of 1943 school in Hartford, Alabama, being .

Naval Air Station at Memphis. : Dear returns. graduated in May, 1936. II' ,,>j,
Mrs. Bowden: Sorry 1 haven't The Revenue Act of 1943 became After working for a local grocer G M. FORD : :

written sooner. They have rushedme i law on February 25,. 1944, and the, for a year he went to Clewiston, :.' L j

around so ,much the past week : necessary regulations and forms are Florida, where he was employed by I "

that I haven't had time to collectmy ,not quite ready. Collector Fahs, the United States Sugar Corporation I I < CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR ,_ .>:;;j

wits and writing obligations. I therefore, said a new filing date in their commissary department do- ,"i-'
:I sure did enjoy my leave in :will not be determined until it is ing purchasing and receiving. In Specializing In Everglades Surveys : ::

" Qlewiston very much, in fact I'm ascertained when printed copies of 1939 .he was transferred to the au-i ;

looking: forward with .the greatestof forms can ,be made available to the diting department where he work- | PHONE NO. 66 CLEWISTOX .
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sonville, Smith, Richardson and L8, M8, N8, P8, and Q8 valid able to give an efficient as well as conscientious tify another, ,
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term I will appreci
LIVESTOCK Conroy of West Palm Beach ,and C. May 1. for another admInistration.term, I pledge my in best asking efforts I ate your vote. 'and support..
S. Cornelius of Okeechobee.Any in a continuance the same BILL MADDOX.
stockman, who wish to SUGAR policy. 'Your vote and 'support in the (Paid Political Advertisement.:: )'
may '
MARKET REOPENS Map primary will be appreciated.
;T ; buy' or sell stock through the market Stamps 30 and 31 in book 4 valid A. J. EVERS. -
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is invited to contact County indefinitely for five pounds, stamp (Paid Political Advertisement.) FOR SHERIFF

9j; SALES BI-MONTHLY' Agent Johnson. 40 valid for canning through Feb. 'I wish to announce that-I am a candidate
The LaBelle market was opened ; 28, 1945 (correct.) FOR SHERIFF dry for the office of Sheriff of Hen-
t I county subject to the democratic
August 3, 1939, and the all day primary of May 9th. If elected, I Will

I3'..;': ; (Hendry- :'County. News. ) rAfter I celebrationr which'- 'included. a big SHOES I I wish to announce that I am a. can conduct business the like office manner in an to efficient the best and Interests -
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", > barbecue sale, drew visitors Book stamp 1 on air'plane sheet :didate for reelection of
. a long ,period of disuse, the and to .the office of all. Your vote and support. .
: Sheriff of Hendry will be
county at the primary greatly appreciated.
from all parts of the state, esti- valid indefinitely. Airplane stamp
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. :LaBelle state livestock market' election -. H' H. (MACK) McCALL.
is: -which was established in 1939, will : mated crowd of: 7,000 In -all. J. C. 2 valid May 1, good indefinitely. conduct the office in a manner to Jus (Paid Political Advertisement)

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'; Jackman was made market manager. - ----
:: again become active, under direction GASOLINE9A :
T:" ,of the,Everglades Cattle( Association, He served', whlle..th'e'; market was' inuse
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::k according to a, report. i t: made by'H' L.' ,' approximately 18months.Members [ coupons valid for three. gal
I I lons through May 8.
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.: cattle association .
Johnson, county agent for Hendry V ,
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"'-' At a meeting of the association arrangement.V No. 4 and 5 coupons valid through I

::: heW 'Saturday ,afternoon at .the'I Aug. 31.'Definite. I -To The Citizens Of
Three Ws"
,.,rr courthouse, cattlemen members voted Part value coupon good _anytime f.
; : to reopen the market for holding .
Of Safety DriveThe
,::: sales every two weeks, begin- -

' .ring Thursday, May 11, and every Hendry :
other Thursday thereafter.. state department of public POLITICAL County : r.
I safety, has launched a campaign : :
Association officers, are Bob I II ANNOUNCEMENTS
"-I Roberts of Immokalee, president, urging pedestiians to watch care- -. .. ,. <, .4 I;" .. '

..: i William T. Hull, treasurer and Mrs. fully before they walk into highwaysor -_ I '. ':' J" ,I.. .. ; <::" 1_ I r.' ..... .'
-Iy'' Vera: McCall, secretary. streets. To this end, in every FOR COUNTY: eOMHISSIOMJR ""i', .. .. 'r : ,

city and along highways; "three 'W" DISTRICT NO. 2 r r ......" ,- ',.' .. .
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; signs-"WATCH WHILE WALKING"
.- :head of bulls, calves, cows and I wish to announce my candidacy I thank very'uch'for J nice
,: I have been posted. Also. HELP far the office of county commissioner : you your ..
; for the first <
:steers offered sale.
WIN THE WAR by observing 35 District No 2. Hendry County, sub
Johnson said. Among these will bean ject to the Democratic primaries in .
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f .. !mile per hour driving, speed, saving May. vote of confidence last; Tuesday. : : .
: indefinite'number of molasses fed
Your vote and support will. be greatly -
lives, gas and tires.
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. .steers which are expected to be'of- appreciated. i .- : I
. ,- "This campaign has been launched J. C. JACKMAN.Paid .
fered by the United States Sugar
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to reduce the pedestrian and
Corporation: of Clewiston. A. C. other traffic death toll," said J. J. I humbly; accept the responsibilitiesof
McNurlen of Umatilla, auctioneer. ron, COUNTY COMMISSION*t
., 'who conducted more than .one sale Gilliam, director of the department DISTRICT NO. 2 the office of County Commissionerfrom
of public safety.: Govern SpessardL.
here while the market was in use, I I wish to announ'ce hat I am a
'!. It Holland approved the safety candidate for reelection to the office
will serve next Thursday. The, sale placards and commended the safety of county Commissioner of District this district and will do the very best
will begin at 1 p. m., No 2, east LaBelle, subject to the will
department for its educational cam of the voters of Hendrj: county in the
Buyers invited t. attend the first paign. May 2 primary. Members of the coun- that I can. : '" .. ..j V .' ."

auction represent Swift & Ce., of Figures compiled by the state ty board when saw I was fit to first make elected me chairman four- ., rV '-....I.(",:'. ._, :, \ ":' ,....:. ',.:,.. ,
Ocala, Lykes Bros. and Herman r highway patrol showed 489 persons years ago, and again two years ago; ,j. '
: i .Sausage Company of Tampa, Dirr were killed in traffic accidents last I an Since honor I have which been I deeply in office appreciated.I have :':.:,_.'. -;..("' : .:;". .."" Ti, -

Brothers Company of Miami, Farris year, and 160 of these were pedes i tried to serve my district and the

.& Co., and Jones, Chambliss of Jack- trians. Fifty-eight'pedestrians have county ity. This at large I willcontinuu to the best to of do my, if abil-re- .

------------- .------------,,.....,...,........ been killed in the first three months_. elected. The vote and support of the I
people of the county will. be ap I CHARLES E. MINERPaid
of this year. Sixteen pedestrians preciated. ,Thank ,you.
were killed in March. J. O. DAVIDSON.
J ; (Paid Palitical Advertisement) I
Look to TheFuture I "Most of these pedestrian fatalities -

; resulted' because the'pedestrian FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I
did not exercise caution before:! DISTRICT NO.3.
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walking into street )
a or highway, .
To<.,the Voters of Hendry County: I I
Gilliam said. "We hope that these wish to announce that I am a
:, I .- date for County Commissioner caAdi-/1
being the /
.1 signs 'placed throughout trict No. 3. I have been a

:, state will impress upon pedestrians this much section interested for 31 in'years county and affairs.am very In I I I'*.:...:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:.:.:..: :.;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:"-o. .,,,,
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motorists
that they must be
. asking for your vote and support, I'r I t ,
careful." promise, if elected to give to my district -i *( i
and county at, large the best *J. .
.. After The War service of which I am capable. Most 4 .' X

RATIONING sincerely, PAUL, O'BANNON. .: '. ->VI To My.\ Many :; I

; You Will Want To'r CALENDAR (Paid Political Advertisement.) :I: r
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', 3 red stamp A8" ',through This is to announce that I am in the | FRIENDS
'i VIS good for 10 points indefinitely.Red race for County Commissioner of Di's.I I ;
trict No.3. LaBelle, subject to the j I +i C*
It Will Pay You To stamps R8, S,' and T8 valid wishes of the voters of Hendry county j 't: l
May 7.Meat. as expressed in the May 2 primary.
I am a lifetime resident of this section :b {
' ( grades: AA or choice, A and deeply interested in its welfare I'$ 2t
Buy Your Lots IN HENDRY COUNTY V
and development. To this end, if elect '
or good. B commercial C
,. or :or ed, I will give the best service of whichI jr.
utility, D or cutters and canners.) am capable. Your vote and support I.: II l

; NOWCLEWISTON you will. be greatly appreciated. Thank; ;;:* >

,.-: FRUITS, JAMS, ETC. R. ,B. WALDRON. | xI
j 3''. i Book 4 blue AS through K8 valid (Paid Political Advertisement.) 1 |
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for 10 points indefinitely. Stamps .'I: I WANT TO SINCERELY

; 1 i FOR COUNTY DISTRICT COMMISSIONKH NO.4' ..;;_i:; THANK. YOU FOR YOUR :i


ij I wish to announce-that I am a candidate :;!:. VOTES AND YOUR I

I : j REALTY Johnson's Fish CampNear I District for No.4.County Denaud Commissioner subject to the for'.!1=: LOYAL SUPPORT OF I
decision of the voters in the :May primaries ;:_
( Hurricane Gate) I have lived in Hendry county .J\:.: MY CANDIDACY FOR :f
and DEVELOPMENT for 49 years and am interested in its .J
Clewiston, Fla. progress and welfare, and, if elected. I .J
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' Boats' and l\Iotors-Guide Service will devote my best efforts to serving .J_: CONGRESS FROM THE ::?:
the best interests of the county and .:
CORPORATION Rates Reasonable its people. i: NEW 6TH DISTRICT.
W. H. Johnson, Mgr. HARVEY S. DYESS. 1.1
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:<. .' I wish to announce to the voters of :[*
Hendry county that I am a candidatefor .z L. L. Stuckey i:
reelection to the office of County '::
Commissioner of district No.4, which I .t_. .
[ Thank You FriendsFor is Fort Denaud. I am> serving my first .t. y
;"l term in office and can honestly say 't. y
that during this time I have done my.:
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whole my to' the end that I, might be .:.\:: :"W&Q&&%&":":"i&ft&WttNow : : : : : : : : : : : :.: : : :.:.:.:..:..:..:..:.:.. I IN

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:State Health Dept. to my knowledge, to control and though only a few of these remain. I I Florida. Many of the imaginary incidents I aggregated $$2,227.50, made possible
wipe out an epidemic of dengue by: Under present regulations, the only of his comic strip are saidto by increased
grants by the state wel-
:Declares War On this method."In ] motorists eligible for new tires I be the outgrowth of those ex-
!; fare board of Jacksonville. This isat
that drive, as many as 50 are those' entitled to preferred occupational periences.
-Mosquitoes extra inspectors were put to work sgaollne mileage. These i i the rate of $26,730 a year. March
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by the Health Department in Miami, were drivers included on the list of totaled' $1,660.50.The .
Parole Commission
War was officially declared last ,/to find and destroy all possible most essential occupations and generally amount was the largest for a

"weet, by the State Board of Health (breeding grounds of the aedes holding C books. i Makes Annual ReportIn (single month since the payment of
against the silvery little house ,mosquito Jaegypti. Tampa however, endeavor- OPA said new passenger car tires I public assistance with joint state
,common in villages, towns and its problem by relief will be allowed for light delivery and federal funds was begun in
titles: : iti the South'' and particularly ![labor This labor was not versed inhabits trucks, previously eligible. only for the third annual report of the :1937, ,according to Leland W. Hiatt,
so in Florida the of this 'mosquito, and new: used tires.Mosely. Florida Parole l Commission for 1943, :state welfare commissioner. ,
,Dr. Henry Hanson. State Health cases of dengue continued to be a report on' action taken on revoka- Additional state -- funds for the
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Officer and internationally known leported. In checking! the, areaswhich tion of, automobile drivers' "licenses payment of' old-age assistance were
authority on yellow fever and den- i had been reported free of Commander of shows that there were 227' applications derived from the tax on horse rac-
'6ulV 'appealed to the public not to' aegypti by these workers, we' found made for restoration, 181 were ing -and were over and above the
'{accept this insect and its irritating the breeding profuse, and many Civil Air PatrolWEST restored' with restrictions and 4$' ,$2,000,000, from this source guaranteed -

bite indifferently, or as a not too- !adult mosquitoes on the wing. ,It denied. : by the cigarette tax, Hiatt

dangeroui: pest. It_is the, mosquito I I then became necessary to send in PALM BEACH May 3 The tally for Hendry county explained. By special. effort on the
5fchat carries the germs of yellow several trained inspectors .to supervise shows that of the number of appli- ,part of district welfare boards and
, ,dan- j the,work and to train ''personnel (FNS-Maj.) ,Zack Mosely of Lake cations '
Hevei? 'and dengue (pronounced made following conviction' state and district staffs, clerical and
gay) sotnetimes known as "bone in order to insure a prompt reduc- North, creator of the "Smi1in'.Jack"comic and deprivation of license was I 5 professional. the distribution became
fever" because of its acutely tion of the production of this pest. strip, has been appointed restored; and 3 denied: effective during April although ,the
painful I commander of the Florida wing of
and devilahrmg; effect. "It is responsibility. of tho There is'J o mention. made in the' racing season did not close until
the Civil Air Patrol, it was announced "
"The fact that' we' are not having' local health departments to aid in report of there being parolees, from April *8, at which time the full
dengue or yellow' fever epidemic is 'controlling this mosquito, but it is by Lieut. Col. Wright, Vermilya, Hendry county, in 1943. amount of state' revenues 'was first
CAP co-ordinator for the south, from
simply beca uRe-these insects haven'tfound also a responsibility of individualsto known, he said.
New York this week.
an infected person to bite- swat every one of these insects ,
and therefore pass the germs on to on the wing-screen against them The cartoonist, who is also national Payroll For Aged There were some twenty-five Lions

othenr"Now I properly, clean up breeding ptaecs special service officer for the Heavy In April .and ladies present at the meeting-
international such as mentioned above, and makeit CAP, was one of the first volunteersin
that mere is increased and P. E. Lundy and Dr. Whitford
travel, which will rise generally difficult for them to coastal patrol and flew numerous 'were introduced as new members: J.
oven inqre after the war-and fever produce." anti-submarine missions with the Hendry county's old age assist- 'S. Aly's application for membership
infested mosquitoes' have actually private plane fleet off the coast of ance payroll for the month of April,. was also announced.Thank .
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been found, in transport planes at Holders of B &, C ti

t,' Quarantine, we must be more diligent
in our efforts to control this pest. Gas ,Books Can Buy

peculiar to settlements -
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is known as the Aedes Aegypti. .
. You Friends .
' It breeds and produces in and about': According to a late report fromWashington : z
. human habitation, selecting water the OPA has passed a ,
In barrels, buckets, bottles, old tin new ruling making it possible for
cans tubs, pottery, bird baths, discarded holders of B and, C gas ration booksto

automobile tires, house gutters i purchase new car tires. .' J
:'" > flower vases, in fact, in any The move, effective May 1, will
it moisture from a cuspidor to' Holy provide new tires for all occupational "
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' :..', "Florida'is not without experienceS said'' it was made possible by a substantial My sincere gratitude for the splendid ;. .
S In fighting the effects of this disease- increase in civilian alloca- '
{! insect. An epidemic of tions of new synthetics by the officeof ,' '
;:" : carrying dengue threatened, in Miami and the rubber director.In support you gave me in the first primary. Since .. >;

Tampa in 1934 It seemed possible a further broadening of eligib- {, t. .
k am in the runoff: I will appreciate your continued tl .:
!; : ,Y : that it might spread over Florida ility for passenger tires, OPA also .;' ',f" .
but it announced that A book motorists, l-,;:
and, surrounding! states, was
t ; : controlled by a concentrated anti- heretofore ineligible for any tires support and vote May 23. ';" :; \" "

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FRIDAY, MAY C, 1944 THE CLKWISTON NEWS PAGE 'SEVEN:

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Place-Hooker 'Nuptials Jean Dobbin, Mrs. .W. H. Lanier, felven by the sugar corporation the* girls who like to sing are eordiallyrinvited !'

Mrs. Joe Schroeder, Mrs. Roy Alston, same evening but there 'was a to be present., Great things:. .
t i i1lr8. Are Solemnized Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. C. L. Mc-' ble group of cadets present Sizea-\\ are in store for? those who take t'art' :J t;

l Personals j Clendon, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. theless. Late passes have not as yet in this choir., .- _"r s,I

Sunday EveningLou W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, been issued the cadets for open post I The WT M. S. business and program ,'i hi.

Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Mrs. J. E. nights so the dance was closed will be held at the church on .Jt
Jr. Mrs. Bowden shortly after ten o'clock to permitthe
Emerson Place, son of Mrs. Taylor. Keathley Tuesday at 3:30 p. m. All ladies of' :- .
Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs A. O. Ward, boys to catch the 10:30 bus the church .
Arch Hodges was a visitorin Elwood Peters and the late Mr. I are cordially invited to. : :."
Miami Tuesday. Place of Vincinnes, Indiana, and Mrs. Carl E. Johnson, Mrs. Roscoe Hostesses for the evening were attend. An interesting program wittt / _'')s
Hooker of Birnton, Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mrs.T. Mrs. E. J. Smith, Mrs. Gene Powers be presented. "
Roberta June daughter ', i
H. Stone, Mrs. L. L. Lowe, Mrs.B. and Mrs. Ziler. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yoder spent Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hooker of Wednesday evening is the time of':3
M. Hundertmark and Miss Laura The club is open on Saturdays .
the week-end in West Palm Beach. Clewiston, were united in marriage prayer. Our Wednesday evening :
from 3 to 11:30 \
"Matteson. I p. m., on Sundays .
Sunday evening at the Sugarland crowds are gradully increasing and
I Ifrom 3 to, 10:30 p. m., and for the
Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Meador were Auditorium lobby in a ceremony of you are invited to join in this
LADIES, AID TO HAVE I dance on Wednesday night. ing of cvcn'i
business visitors in West Palm Beach impressive simplicity.The worship. Great ; :'Z
Wednesday. -.... Rev. David C. Hancock, pastor REGULAR MEETING AT CHURCH I ;. coming to those who attend Get .::,z

of the Clewiston Community I Mrs. Woodward Initiated the prayer meeting habit. Time 3f ";

Mrs. Patty Nead and Miss' Marian Church, performed the ceremony. i The Ladies Aid will hold its regular p.m. ,<1

J Yoder were in Miami for the week I' The bride was given in marriageby meeting at the church on Thurs- Into, Eastern Star j Choir practice Thursday at 3p... .' :

end. : her father Mrs. George Crow, 3ay. May 11, a't three o'clock p. m. ,--- .m. Those who will pledge themselves -, a

.Jr., was the bride's attendant and I II The regular meeting dale has I Mrs. V. C. Woodward was in- to help in this ,way to make..:. ,,,\,,,,

F. E. Bryant of Canal Point was I Denny Racener was best man. been changed to the second Thurs itiated into the Order of Eastern our services better are cordially invited ;: _

the overnight guest Wednesday of Musical numbers were by Mrs. J. H. day in each month. 'Star at the regular meeting of the to. join this ,group in singing, )

Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff Doty, pianist and Capts. M. M. Cash' Chapter I I at Moore, Haven Tuesday I[ each Thursday and at the services;! : : : '

and P. J. Arnold served as ushers. Varsity. Club Will 'I night. II on Sunday. ..

j I I Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Rogers and The bride's gown was of ,white II Others from Clewiston attendingwere Auxiliaries of the W M. S. 'will1 ,'..'
1 taffeta and mousseline' de soie, with Sponsor Dance : Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mrs. : }
Mr. and Mrs. A: O. Ward were visi- E.I meet as follows: The G. A. at the ::
'tors in Fort Myers Saturday. low neckline built up of sheer J'j W. Townsend, Mrs. Laura Vorhees, I: church Wednesday at '3:30 p. 'm. The ': ;:{

mousseline de soie with a wide bandor' At Auditorium Mrs. Art Lawrence, Mrs. S. Sunbeams at the church Thursdayat ,

I ae, Mr. and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford embroidery of white silk cord, Yoder, Mrs. J. M. Fountain, Mr. J'1 I 3:30; p. m.. All young :people: of, .: a

t and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. W. Hedke: basque waist with three-quarter The Varsity Club of Clewiston G. Twiddy, Mrs. Maldon Wright, [I these ages' are cordially invited. ;':

4 were' visitors Saturday in Miami. length sleeves and full skirt. Her High School is sponsoring a dance Mrs. J. K. Rogers, Mrs. E. H. Wal- I i The Woman's Missionary' Societywill .,:1
coronet was of white satin with to held next ston and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M, have
---- be Saturday night. charge of the chul'cl1se ":;"J1

Mrs. F. E. Conkling and Mrs. W. finger-tip ..length veil. The bridal May 13, in Sugarland Park auditorium Pirkle. I vice on Sunday, May 14, Tho, subject -- -.. ']
,. .as'of gardenias centeredin .
C. Owen were in West Palm Beach bouquet for the purpose of raising \I of the program will be "Light- "; :*'

featuiday. white orchids. funds for the purchase of additional -] FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH i ffor i the Darkness." The scene Is! .'.. ,

/ The bride's attendant wore a blue, football equipment for next fall H. C. Meador, Pastor [ laid in Africa This will be. an' Informing : <' ,

Rev. and Mrs. S. D. Mason and pastel- net gown "with a corsage of and basketball equipment for next I I i[I and inspirational servIce.. r>;,

baby son of Pahokee spent yesterday link carnations. Her mother's y 'ar's girls team. 1 I Sunday School-9:45 a. m. ',1'ou are cordially invited to-; attend .;

in Clewis ton. gown was of aqua crepe and she The Morrison Field Orchestra will t I Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. [ and bring your friends. : ::':;

wore a corsage of pastel gladioli play' for the dance 'which is to start I Training Union-6:45, p. m. I "The sin that robs .GoJ: of your- '_ .
Pfc. A. W. Sias of Miami Beach and'j
',I @j' rosebuds. at 10:00 and end at 2:00. The admission Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. F soul will rob your soul of God."
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spent several days thisweek with The altar before which the young price is $1.00 for servicemen I Prayer Service, :Wednesday ,at,. I,f ; (:::
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Mrs. Sias here. couple took their vows was' decorated and $1.50 for others. i 8:00 p. m. I j I The first commissioned naval officer ,.

with ficus vine interwoven with iI I The second meeting of the young I!I in the' United States was in they '. ":1'

,. Mrs. W. H. Lanier was a business! clusters of Queen Anne's lace and I people's choir will be held Sunday I II j I Revenue Cutter service, forcrunnerr ,:
in''Vest Cadet Club Dance
visitor Palm Tues- '
Beach 'Easter lilies.In 'I afternoon at 3:30 p, m. All boys and of the present Coast Guard, .:IT
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day. addition to the conventional For New CourseThe to:1. :

Mr. and Mrs. Judson V. Francis wedding marches I Mrs. Doty played: : l iiiiiiftteiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaToiiiiiiiiwt ;{! II R\ll/illllllllllllllllljlj; : !: II illlIIlIlIlI Rlii/ 11I11I11111I11 R\l!!!1111I111I11111 !Ij: 111111I111111I",i;;111111 HI II Iii : <
"EveningStar" by Tannhauser;
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officers of the Cadet Club 1 '
"The Rosary, Nevin;. "Oh: Promise -
Beach Wednesday. that dance ..z.. 1
\le," DeHaven. : announce, a special .s

The wedding was attended by a be held' next Wednesday night Will'I' }
i Mrs. M. M.. Prewitt and Mrs. E. L. the RAF cadets of Course 20
large group of relatives and friends. Don't a !
Stewart were visitors in West Palm rely on
'. The couple ,will reside at their homen recently arrived at Riddle Field :
Beach on Thursday of last week. Circle Drive Hostesses will be a group of ,Clewis

ton mothers who have sons, over

.' Mrs. A. D. Thornton of Winter 'ILSS HOOKER: HONORED f wish'.z"

.\} Haven spent the week-end here as AT PRE-NUPTIAL: SHOWER seas.All the girls who volunteered as .

the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. J, ..-- I dancing partners are requested 'to t

Lovvorn. Mi's. Foy Durrrence, Mrs. George be present as well as any other '

-. Crow Mis.' R. R. Hooks and Mrs. girls who will serve in this.capacity.All bone :

... ?Ill'. and Mrs. C. M Allen of Fort Glen Etherton were hostesses at a service men are invited. ? z j. .",

Myers were In Clewiston Tuesday to pre-nuptial shower honoring Miss x

I" cast their ballots in the primary June Hooker at the Sugarland Park Miss Cornette To f

I :: election. Auditorium on Thursday night, of x
M- Finish' 22 h.
last week. May .S
r Mrs. N. D. Sheeley left Wednesday .*R '_' ..'-
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Bridge and Michigan were played ;
I I. for her home in Syracuse, N.. At Southern College
during the evening, the first prize at ,
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"' ',' liiidge going to Mrsv R.. C. Howling,. ; .3&
k Clewiston. y
I ':" ;. a tall crystal vase. Miss Mary Mar- LAKELAND, (Special) Among y

r kette was ,second high at the bridge 64 graduates at Florida Southern .... "t'.z. .
b. of "
: J. L. Terry, Fort Lauderdale,
: tables and received a combination College is Edythe Nell Coruette. ..Zi

: OPA field operations officer, was crystal sandwich and relish} tray daughter of Mr.,and Mrs. E.. M. s; A account t.z.
visiting the local OPA office Tues :: ,N savings ,
while Mrs. Joe Hall received a ,white Cornette, Arcade avenue. 6 s ey
: I':;.,. day on a routine. checking trip.. plastic box filled with book matchesfor Miss Cornette will receive a degree .. with: our insured fJ

low score prize. Identical prizes of bachelor of science, education riL' i
Mrs. H. R.. Hall left late Thursday
, r." were awarded to the winners at at the regular commencement will
afternoon for Henderson, Ky., where safety: provide f
Michigan, with Mrs.' I. S.- Bell, Sr., exercises on May 22. During her f COP :
\ she was called by the sudden critical
holding high score, Mrs. J., E. Tayor '- four years at Florida Southern College .
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illness of her'mother.. :j.: the things want ;
second high and Mrs. T. C. ,' she has been active in social you :

Musgrave low.Refreshments., and campus activities a member of x
Mr. and Mrs., Lewis Davis of Canal .. a.
'J of, chicken salad. the Kappa Gamma Tau sorority. h
Point were overnight guests ofMr.
potato chips, saltines and iced tea h
.: and Mrs. J. .C. Lovvorn on Wednesday .'. b' Y
.were' served after which Miss Hooker Cadet' Club Has .. .T...
opened and displayed the great .z.

number of beautiful 'and useful Dance Wednesday ,. h h Ah
Mr. and Mrs. C. L., Downs are
leaving this week"fo Moorehead I gifts from her many friends in \ '

;;: City, N. C., where Mrs. Downs will Clewiston.The The Cadet Club held its first
invited list of guests for the f
J.: operate a resort hotel during the scheduled dance for servicemen Wed- 9.
shower included Mrs. C. J.
: Lov-
,: "," summer months. nesday evening since the club's recent ? -
', vorn, Mrs. James Weaver, Mrs. I ii ?
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cJ Catheiiile Wilson, Miss Arvilla .
,< Mrs. J. W. Beardsley, who has the Co-pilot's Club acting as hos ..
.- Miss Rubye Jean Norton, Miss\ Fran- }
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ley in Gainesville until his transfer C
::';: Attendance was curtailed to some _
.'" ces Morgan, Miss Doris Hodges, Miss IIIIIIIIIIIIII i IIIIIIIIIIIIIIr.J 11111I1I111111r.J 11111111111111 llllllillihIIrIIIII! \;\
'last week to Orangeburg. N. Y., Is ,extent by the conflict with the dance IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIw.;
Marcia Avant, Mrs., Hubert Land
\" spending a few days here with Mr. _
Mrs. Urey Waldron, Mrs Chas. norton '
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Yt':.,: and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley before go-
,, Mrs: E. W. Durst, Mrs. I. S. .
to Pahokee to visit
>?: ing her mother,
Bell, Sr. Mis. L. A. > Wolff. Miss
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{ Mrs. J. R. York. .
..:.,. -- Laura Bailey Miss Florence Graham' ] j
t::' S Mrs. James Winn came heiefiomKey Miss Bobby Spicer, Mrs. I. S. Bell, Thanks .

\ West last week for a brief visit Jr., Mrs. Jean Reahard, Mrs. Bullock Many ._
Mrs. Janet Read, Mrs. M. W. ,
"Ii-., with Mr. Winn's mother, Mrs. A. H. .,...... I, J.
;.;. King, before going to join her hus- Bigg, Mrs. .A. L. Moorman, Miss i ,"

::.,'. ., band who is stationed at Norfolk, Martha Nell Alston, Miss MargaretVon ;;
Mach, Miss Julia Ann Oglesby, '" I
f : Va. Mrs. King took her to Miami I
', Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mrs. Geo. Hall. ,.'>
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c Ibrother who has been on leave and Mrs, T. C. Musgrave, Mrs.. J. V. .. .
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is stationed in Maryland Miss :' .F : :
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Gloria McDuffie, :Miss Renee Weth- '\.V ,,:.< '- :Wi-V" -. .
BIRS. CONKL1N ENTERTAINS ington. Mrs. Robert LaFlower, Mrs. : For for're'elec1.
the fine
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I BRIDGE CLUB THURSDAY Jack Kinsey, Miss Muriel Merriam, \\: ., .' ,:
_.. Mrs. T. E. :Markette. Miss Lois : k":::' .. :;:..; I

Mrs. F. E. Conkling was hostessto Prince, Miss Dorothy Knight, Miss : :tion as your COUNTY JUDGE. I .shall con- :: : :. -

the regular meeting of her bridge Norma Sheeley. Miss Louise Roath, .} '. "

club yesterday afternoon. Prizes Mrs. Clarice Carlisle, Mrs. E. M. .; ''"if, ..-,'; -
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were awarded to Mrs. W. C. Owen, Dull, Miss Margaret Bell, Mrs. R. C. ::'- tinue to do my very best ,to merit your confi ,
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high, and Mrs. Deane Duff, second Granere, Miss Roberta George, Mrs. :; '
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a high.Members Mary'Small, Mrs. W. D. Wylie, Mrs. <'d :

present were Mrs. J. E. Howard Leonard, Miss Ruby Saun- nc .l ; 'i 1. :
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Beardsley, Mrs. N. V. S. ':'Mumford, ders, Mrs. John Darby. Mrs. J. A. ,
Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. C. J. Niel- McGehee, Miss Mary Markette, Mrs. \ > J

sen, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs: 'R. C. H. McDuffie, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs.C. .
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'j. Joe Hall, ,Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. Sincerely, ,

S KIWANIS CLUB V. C. Woodward,. Mrs. Curtis Thompson ..: ,
Mrs. .A, W. Lawrence, Mrs. H. ;' .
J The planned program for this 'A. Bestor, Mrs R. Y. Patterson, Mrs.C. -...: .

week's meeting of' the Kiwanis Club I' H. Berner, Mrs. E. C. Mills. .

..,, was cancelled too late for another Mrs. W. C. Owen Mrs. E. L. Stew- .

program to be arranged and tha art, Mis. F. R. .Maxwell, Mrs. Char- R. M. Harris

meeting consisted of a brief discussion lotte Smith, Mrs. Deane Duff, Mrs. / I

of aims and problems. The Keene Langhorne, Mrs. Ruth B. ,

C"i' meeting adjourned early in order Owens, Mrs. J. K. Rogers, Mrs. M. <

,that those who cared to go could at- IVL Prewitt, Mrs. R. j. Lee, Mrs. S. t'

tend the harvest-end dance. ,L. Crochet, Mrs. G. H. Small Mrs. .....,.

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I 4 .6.R DOR Egg Glut Calls AttentionTo ri; P 1 I. part like to of feel the I'm r?.ce.., ,


W EA t7N i I don't Know why} but

_, School-Lunch Question I do

Candid Shot of a Man I simply love to live
D. C.
Washington,
Doing a Col'm: in the. world

BITTER The backstage DEFERMENT fight over FIGHT who is House Representatives. Decides Against Harold Lloyd is no sissy, but he VitK t.11]1 of the rest'

deferment of, essential Food for plays with a doll. The toy has an
to direct the Spending Taxpayers' Money on or you.
white interesting and tragic history. Har.
workers is approaching
war heat It is being waged between cer- School Children After July 1. old was a long-time friend Lillian Ar 1)

Leitzel, the lovely circus aerialist.She .
,tain of the biggest war chiefs in
Washington, having developed intoa fell to her death in Copenhagen

row between the army-navy, By BAUKIIAGE, I several years ago while performingher
famed Her mother
Nelson his vice act 4.
Donald d3'
WPB boss News Analyst and, Commentator.
chairman Charley Wilson, and Paul took the costume in which Lillian ,'

McNutt. WNU Service, Union Trust Building the four or five million school chil- was killed and cut it up .into me- -

Only the White House will be ableto Washington, D. C. dren won't get hot.lunches after July mentos for the star's closest friends WNU Features.
1 of this Some received pin-cushions,
straighten out the tangle. often heard the lament year.
have
You
Trouble began when Undersecretary and the larder Not all the parents of all of the others got similar tiny tokens .
came
of War Patterson.and the army when bare guests: "If we only had some four or five millions of school chil- Lloyd was sent a little doll from CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

proposed that, the question of indus- was ham and had some eggs, we could dren are taxpayers. In fact, the the material. It is one of his treas-

.trial draft deferments be placed in have ham and eggs." truth is that many of them are too ured possessions.

the hands of the Production Executive If we had the man power and the poor to buy a decent' or in some
committee of which WPB Vice equipment and distribu- cases any, lunch for their children. Groucho Marx was singing the

.. Chairman Charley Wilson is chief. tion machinery could, step Americanfood The richer ones who can afford a praises of one of the movie firms re PLANTSSweet
up
we
The army-navy, which started out production until, by 1954, we lunch will have to be satisfied witha cently. "They're absolutely tops!" M

by trying to cut Wilson's throat, now could feed 380 million people. Thatis cold'one and the chances are they he said. "When they make a lousy Potato Plants now ready. Nancy
picture-none of the other film Hall 500-$1.40. 1000-S2.50, 5000 and over
won't nearly us healthy a one com-
hate get
loves him, but continues to what the Department of Agriculture -, I S2.40 per thousand. Porto Rlco 500-$1.65,
Donald Nelson. So their recom- says. Last year, we raised as if it were provided by a school panies can come near itl"! 1000 Safe-arrival S3. 5000 guaranteed and over S2.75 per thousand.

mendation of Wilson to handle draft enough to feed 170 million. where parent-teacher and other ADAMS PLANT CO.. SHARON TENN.

deferments was a slap at Nelson. Today, Washington is worryingover groups have seen to it that a bali i Have a Debunker: Novelist Rose

Nelson immediately slapped back. two problems brought into anced diet is provided. Wilder Lane told a,reporter she isn't AGENTS WANTED ,

He and War Manpower Commis- focus by that little "if." Educators WorriedThis earning money because she doesn't

sioner Paul McNutt went to the This time we have overproduction want to, pay income tax to support BOKO. JONESTOWN. MISS., kills trees
Office of Educa- .
worries the and sprouts. Enough for gallon 120.
White House and told the President of one food product: eggs. tion which is still working on con- government agencies, including the Saves labor,,money, time. Agents wanted.
the Writer's War board the
that industrial deferments were Government agents are hurrying Lady,
job of the War Manpower commis- around trying to find a means of. gress to get an the appropriation school lunc.hidea. writers who work for that board TENTS
sioner. In fact, McNutt hinted that, absorbing them. America has more through to continue take no fees for their work. The

if the President didn't consider the eggs than 'were ever laid on these started "made taxes may pay salaries of people you $ -TENTS-$15
War Manpower commission competent in history enough to School lunches as dislike, but taxes also support the Get one now-fine for camp-used army
fair shores our ,
work" back in the days of depression 16x16 tents. Guice Realtf Co., Blloxi, Mhss.
to handle the question, he could have rolled some on the White idea army, navy and marine corps, which
and the WPA. The original
get another Manpower Commis- House lawn on Easter Monday if II for protect Americans such as Rose
sioner. the President had permitted sucha was to provide employment Wilder Lane. Heavier at Poles
idea developed
Donald Nelson backed him up. wastage, which he wouldn't.The women. But as the Due to the centrifugal force of

Since this meant taking the deferment government is buying eggs it was discovered that here was an Have some irony: "Strange Fruit," the earth's rotation, the force of
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to improve
do two things -
job away from Nelson's own right and left ((600 thousand cases of opportunity health to of school children; the exciting novel which has been gravity is less at the equator than ..

War Production board, it was a shell eggs, 13 million pounds of pow the banned in Boston (the cradle of Yan- at the poles. An object which
and farm
absorb surpluses.
direct slap at Charley Wilson. Nel- dered eggs since January 1) to sup- So to furnished the keeism), was written by a Southerner weighs 190 pounds at the equator

son even went further and indicated port the farmer's price, and giving the WPA and woman the and preaches equality The will weigh 191 pounds near the

;," that Wilson and the Production some away and here is where power and some equipment fur- current Magazine Digest credits Sid poles, scientists 'say.
of Agriculture
Executive committee were con- problem number two,' which I said Department Sheldon with the anecdote about
nished the food. For awhile the department -
: ,.' trolled by the army. Washington was 'worrying about, "Tootsie Rolls" being on a Russian ..
the actual responsi-
;, More Civilian Goods? comes in. We are giving away eggsto took the food and delivering menu. "Tootsie Rolls?" asked the BE PREPAREDto --1
t This row over essential war- state and federal institutions and bility of buying guest. "What's Tootsie Rolls?" ., relieve colds'achy muscles,sore throat
r.'" '. worker deferments also has brought also for school lunches: After July 1, it. Later, when the WPA The reply: "Lend-Lease!" with St. Joseph Aspirin, world's largest
and in seller at lO No
business
went out of many ( aspirin can do more for
to light another important inside debate When it appeared here months
school lunches, supported by the cases local sponsors took care of the ago you. Big 100 tablet size for only 35 reconversion for civilian the locale Will Mr.
;, over federal government, will be no moreif was Italy
i... production. Chief battlers in this row the senate follows the action of service, the Department of Agriculture Sheldon kindly forward the check he ,
certain
; are Nelson and Wilson, with the the house and refuses the appropriation merely contributed a took for that one to the Red Cross? Ain't It So?

{.., ., army-navy rooting for Wilson. for that purpose. And regardless amount of money (nine cents per That's, peachy. "What happens when a body-is
' : Wilson would like to begin product eggs is child, matched by nine cents from completely immersed in water?"
:: of there developing -
the local community). This came "
!.! tion of 2JQ.000! automobiles soon, butNelsorT the other situation over which "The Adventures of Mark Twain"movie "The' telephone rings.
for the
out of funds provided pur-
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.. Aside from
flatly
"'"- opposes. certain people'n Washington are commodities and makers had considerable ma-
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chase of surplus #
r;': / autos however, Wilson does' not worried. I'll go into. that. later, but' the school 'bought the food itself terial to go on because Mark Twain is DON'T' LET'CNS1IPATON

favor getting back into too much first, let us look at the egg glut. ,The proponents of the school lunch one of' the few modern, authors who '
t\ civilian'' production'any time soon. We told that could feed ; !
1 are we a that the principle thatas had more books written about him
point out on
;::::."r. To study the problem, he appointed lot more people if we had the man a twig is bent the tree is inclined than those he wrote. Mr. Twain SLOW YOU UP
a committee to formulate policy power, equipment and machinery to wrote 24 volumes. He had 305 writ-
furnishing a balanced lunchto When bowels are'sluggish and you
on reconversion--which brought no produce the food. In the case of I school children will build good ten about him Bert Six, the feel irritable, headachy, do as millions

>, enthusiasm at all from his nominal eggs, we could consume far' ,more habits which will affect the. movie photographer, was taking a do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern J
boss, D. Nelson, who disbanded,the if we had the man power to run eating out likeness of a character. "Okay," chewing-gum laxative, Simply' chew
whole community. It also points
FEEN-A-MINT before
to bed,
: committee. you go
the drying equipment to produce the said Bert "I've finished. You
can
,
that now that so many schools, espe- taking only in accordance with package
Nelson's cancellation, in turn, powdered eggs for the military cially in rural areas, have been con- look unpleasant.again" Jimmy directions-sleep without being dis-
roused the ire of General Lucius forces and lend-lease although those solidated with school and bus Starr's book, "The Corpse Came C. turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough

Clay, General Somervell's chief pro- institutions now consume 400 million one children from O. D.," is a click Paul Hen- relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
duction man, and Clay is now pounds of egg-powder a and service drawing reid and Lamarr FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
year many distant places, children can'tgo Hedy were rehearsing and economical.A generous family supply .
threatening to appoint an army-navy eggs run about three dozen to one love technique for scenesin
hot lunch. costs
home to get a good
committee to study reconversionand pound of powder. I Many can't afford to bring food with "The Conspirators" Mrs. FEEN-A-MINT oMHXSANA*
make Wilson, its head.
Henreid: was watching with others
About Hen PowerIn them.
.
Behind this Nelson-Wilson row to .She got a: howl when she called
Of the community ought
reconversion is the basic this the cqurse,
over con- case, man power that
itself and out: "Paul, you ought' to try
look after this 'question
flict between big business and little doesn't match the hen power. A con- at home
kissing technique some
business. Big business doesn't want traption called cyclone drier dries in most communities great interest
"
and local authori- time! Of all things: Radio
has been shown
any reconversion until it is finished eggs. All you have to do is to crack station KPAS in Hollywood inter-
in the
ties have cooperated. But ,
with its war orders and, at present, the egg and drop it into a containerand rupts their midday preacher with I 1500TNlNG MEDICATED POWDER
I
which have the
it is ohock-a-block with war orders. let the artificial breezes blow, poorer communities results! I Also helps to prevent diaper -
race
On the other hand, little business, but it's hard to get crackers. One greatest need, iv is impossible, and I rash. Soothes, cools,
which didn't get so many war or- Kansas City drier who has a wage''' even in the richer locations it isn'teasy L and protects tender skin

ders, would like to begin right now ceiling of 50 cents an hour for his to get money'I for things per- Love Letter Dep't: The colyum

making alarm clocks, electric irons, crackers, has to compete with an taining to the schools-as school thanks the Poly Spotlight's Instructor -
teachers' salaries all over the coun- of Journalism (of Riverside, California -
bicycles and a lot of small stuff airplane plant in the neighborhood
which the public needs. Big busi- which has a 50 cents an hour ceiling try testify. ) for the press pass. It reads:
however I work Unless the appropriation bill ,now "Press Club, Poly Spotlight. Reporter's ATFIRST'i
ness, doesn't want little for no less attractive to _1)
business to get a head start. young ladies than breaking eggs. before the Senate Appropriations Pass. This certifies that

t .In this row, Nelson sides with little Right now, the country boasts the committee is accepted and passedby Walter Winchell'a member of the .SIGNOFAO
both houses, the next time the Journalism classes of The Riverside
business. His hen had
friends also claim biggest population it ever :
'. hens step up production, the school Polytechnic High School, and a staff 666
that Wilson favors the big business and egg production is 80 per cent
children won't benefit nor will they reporter for 'The Spotlight.' All cour- USE
viewpoint and wants to wait until higher than it was just before the
the war is over, so everybody can war. Ever since March, somethinghas feast at federal expense even if tesies extended for obtaining or for- 666 TABLETS.SALVE. NOSE DROPS

line up at the starter's tape and get gotten into the hens that has other farm products are so plentiful warding news will be appreciated.
the government has to buy them Signed: F. 'Wayne Coons (Journal-
them
an equal start. The army sides made step up their produc- '
I' with Wilson and big business for tion feed was supposed to be up to protect prices. ism instructor) and Bill Cornwell, PNEUMATIC PAIN
"
in 1950.
fear the second it editor. The pass expires
front may take moreproduction hard to get so couldn't have been
.
than we realize. something they ate. Maybe it's News From Lond'onThe Thank you very much. But by Nud not Spoil your Day-fitt aft.r It MowDon't !"
off C-2223 to relieve
put getting
will be mak-
1950 and
: i Those are the issues. Meanwhile, just patriotism. Anyhow, the War London Daily Mail sets up a you boys girls pain of muscular rheumatismand
r i' some insiders, especially the army, Food administration is buying all little special edition for the United ing and writing the news How- other rheumatic pains. Caution:

I ; are out again to get Nelson's scalp. the eggs it can, and now it is giving States-a digest. It is photographed ever, I will always' treasure it, and Use only as directed. First bottle
tack it the back of wheelchair purchase price back if not satisfied.
e to schools for school lunches microfilm flown over on my
r eggs in London on C-2223.
60c and $1.00. Today, buy
ARMY FURLOUGHS and to state and federal institutions, to this country, enlarged to a four to .

t'. Young Congressman Henry 'not entirely because it has a gen- six page brochure, about the size

;: ("Scoop") Jackson of Washingtonhas erous heart but because it wants to of ordinary typewritten sheets.I Bob Dunn, one of the better, car- WNU-7 17-44

just been mustered out of the support the price to the farmer whoas do not know how large a circulation toonists, sends this Bed-time Story to

;. ; army to go back to congress. One ( usual) hasn't been getting the it has obtained so far or Keep the Baby Awake: A Big Front

of his first acts after getting into benefit of the retail prices which, in whether it is achieving its purposeof Door who was a Daddy Door had a

civilian clothes was to call on Lieu- many places, have stayed up even mutual understanding but it often Little Son who was 'a Little Door

tenant General McNair, head of in the face of the greater supply. contains some rather interesting So the Daddy Door .wanted to meas-

army ground forces, and effect a Washington, however, was able to items. For instance: ure the Little Door to see if he was

major change in handling men about buy eggs for the Easter rabbit this John Henry Jones, a 40-year-old growing. So he stood the Baby Door

to go overseas. year, 18 cents a dozen cheaper than steel smelter, came to America with up against a Boy and marked on the

: He told McNair that one big gripe they were, in March. other British trade unionists to visit Boy's neck, how high the Baby Door LAUGH,EAT,TALK,FREEOFEMBARRASSMENT <

:. r of the boys was that they often got This egg glut has brought into our war factories. The Daily Mail was. And thatfs why all children

/ no chance to visit their homes sharp focus the school-lunch ques- quotes his reply to one of his wife's should wash their necks. Now go to It's all-
so to enjoy
before being shipped abroad. All tion which is of considerable con- questions when he got back: "How sleep, d'ya hear? day confidence easy when

men were given seven-day furloughs cern to the Office of Education as about wages? Is the' American your plates are held in place by this"comfortcushioni'adentist'sformula. .,..
regardless of where they lived -- well as the War Food adminis- worker really better off than the At a stuffy motion picture party, ; '

even if their homes were on the tration. British worker?" And this is what' Rosalind Russell was approached bya i. Dr. Wernet's vent sore gums.

West Coast and they were in campon The present laying spree of the Mr. Jones replied grande dame who said maliciously Powder lets you 2. Economical;

the East Coast.So hens will not last forever, and there "Taking a chap with the same I "What lovely pearls! Are they' enjoy solid foods, small amount

the army has now agreed to will be no eggs to throw around size house, same number of chil- i genuine?" Rosalind nodded. embarrasslasts longer. 4
the following And his "Of can always' tell men-t 0 f l loose 3.Pure,harmless.avoid ,
later on. anyhow, the house of dren, doing the same job as course, you
1. No man will be sent overseas representatives has decided that counterpart over here ,- No. Our by biting them," said the cat. plates.Helpspro- pleasant tasting.

without getting a ten-day furlough. even if there were a surplus of eggs house here would cost $18 a mcnth "Here, let me see." AI'Jruggj.-30 .Mon.yb.ackifsotd SfiMd

2. This furlough provides that he and other food products, it does not clear, in rent. A similar house in "Gladly," said Rosalind, proffer- .
will actually get ten days at home, approve of spending the taxpayers' the States would run away with $30a ing the jewels. "But'remember, you : !
plus time to travel from his bas money on school lunches even if month." can't tell real pearls with false [ LARGEST SELLING PLATE
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,Breads or rolls may be made to If dish towels are rinsed thor-
By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. taste fresh by them
moistening oughly each
day be
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago they'll sweeter -
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am e moderately hot oven. .

Sprinkle a little talcum powderon
Lesson for May 7
? A snap fastener sewed on the ribbon knots that are hard to

inside of trousers cuffs will sim- loosen and they will untie much
. : Keep to Simplicity paragus tips. Rhubarb Crisp is a lected Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by' International texts se plify letting, down the cuffs for easier.

, delightful dessert very much in sea- Council of Religious Education: used bj cleaning and save resewing each .

/- I-: In Foods, Serving son.Liquor permission. time. Don't "rip" sheets off the bed;

For Good Hostessing from the canned salmon PAUL CROSSES INTO EUROPE carefully pull out the corners and

:, : contains precious vitamins and min- Brooms get bowlegged if allowed make sure they're not caught on
s. erals; it should be used in the cus- LESSON TEXT: Acts 16:13.15: ; Philippians to stand right side up. Hangup the springs. Reverse sheet so that

tard as part of the liquid and for 3714. or stand upside down. Small wide hem is not always at the top.'
GOLDEN TEXT: I press on toward the
purposes of flavor. goal unto the prize of the ,high calling 01 screw-eyes on handles make hang- Pillow slips can't stand the strain
Salmon Asparagus Custard. God In Christ Jesus.-Philippians 3:14. ing more convenient. when used as laundry bags.OOOOOOOOO4OO.
4))
(Serves
\ L
, Iz
'" iTSL 1 pound canned salmon Pressing "toward the mark"

R 5cup salmon' liquor (Phil. 3:14)) well describes the zealand : '
?i cup chicken broth (or 1 chicken intense '- devotion with which

> crti a, cube dissolved, ,in % cup Paul lived hik, life for Christ. He i z,
.o
'
hot water) was wholehearted in giving himself S10!

1 cup light cream to the preaching of the gospel. QUI

:, 3 eggs, slightly beaten lesson tells of his carrying of the yr > h'i

:. .Yt ,mot yv r! Salt, pepper gospel into Europe,by the guidanceand eRGO .'w
1 cup asparagus tips (cooked in blessing of the Holy ,Spirit.It Up and'Up
I boiling water for '10 minutes) seems appropriate to considei "Mrs. Whoozis seems rather

Flake salmon into large piec'es.Scald the two Scripture portions in re I snobbish." The comedy quiz-
1 > salmon liquor, chicken broth "Snobbish! Say-her nose is
4 verse order, looking first at Paul'sdeclaration starringTHURSDAY
I and cream. Add to slightly beaten in'Philippians of his passion turned up so high she nearly drowns
a t. g Season to taste with salt and I when it rains." .
,
Y .y; .aaqN eggs. to know Christ, and then in Acts
r : }: 'Isr pepper, then add flaked salmon. of his purpose to make Him known -- 1wto' 1.-

Arrange asparagus tips around The man with vision is eager to First Thought N 0
. edges of ramekins so that the tips "A task without vision Mrs. Brown showed her husband a
serve. a
It', show just above the edge of the large lampshade which she had just
makes a man a drudge; a vision bought, saying, "Isn't it lovely, dear?"
custard mixture into
J- Create this spring tonic by using ramekin. Pour
without task makes him visionary '
a a Mr. Brown, 'looking anything but '
salmon and asparagus in a custard ramekins. Bake in a pan of hot wa- NIGHTS I ,
task and vision makes
; a a pleased, replied, "If you 'near that to' .1
when eggs are plentiful. Bake in ter in a moderate ((350-degree) oven "
him a missionary. church tomorrow, you'll go alone. 10:30: P.M. E. W.T.
( ramekins set in a pan of water, using for about 45 minutes until.custard'is I. Paul's Passion to Know Christ -- "

a moderate oven so that the tex- set. She's Relieved
(Phil. 3:7-14)). .
,. ture of the custard will be perfect. Rhubarb' Crisp. There were many things in Paul's The tax assessor's office had to on the entire BLUE network ;

r (Serves 5 to 6) life of which he was proud, until he decide on which side of the United
f Hospitality is unrationed even in 14 cup butter or substitutes CONSULT YOUR '1
met Christ, and then everything else States-Canada border an old lady's
[ wartime. Food restrictions curb the cup sugar lost its importance and interest. newly purchased farm lay. Surveyors LOCAL NEWSPAPERMcKESSON

serving of elaboC 1 egg finally announced that it
5- All things in iiie 'are feiativfc 12
, '- rate, meals, but /( R 4 ttitSpuGH; hilifiiesJ,4 & ROBBINS, INC. ,
1 .I' 4 ;-s""J lust"inside irie ,United Statesborder. ;
homemakers still (//4 ;=' -' teaspoon vanilla value and our attachment to themis ** CALOX TOOTH POWDER ,

want their'friends 1 cup toast cubes determined by our heart attitude. v* t,_ BEXEL VITAMIN B COMPLEX CAPSULES <
Now being spiritually minded and The old lady smiled in relief.
for "
over a pleas- 2 cereal flakes --
ant chat over & 2 cups cups diced fresh rhubarb having found in- Christ real satisfaction "I'm so glad to know that," she o o' o 'o- o 'ti ,
luncheon or to Blend V cup sugar with butter. for his soul, the Christian; I said. "I've heard that winters in -- :;
counts as refuse the things in which Canada are terribly severe."
"try out
a. something Add egg and beat well. Stir in nut- "
4 the world takes such pride and sat: One Eye on Men
new" in the of
way a recipe. meg, flavoring,
isfaction.To "Yes, Joan is athletic. You Women of Timor-Laut, East In-
toast cubes and
HOSTESS LUNCHEON MENU. cereal flakes. "know Him" calls for a depthof ought to see her jump at conclu- dies, are compelled to keep'one

/Meat Ball Pancakes Spread half of the experience, sacrifice and of joy sions." eye closed in the presence of men.
r Creamed Peas Endive Salad but- I which is not easy to describe in
mixture in
; News to Him
f. Crusty Rolls 'G words. It begins with a divine'righteousness
Celery Curls Jelly tered baking pans imparted by ,faith. "How come you didn't turn'

Lemon Tarts Coffee and arrange rhu- >... out?" demanded the sergeant."Didn't "
Self-righteousness 'will not suffice. I
r barb evenly over ."- ...-
> you hear the bugle blow
Simple is as simple does! Baker top; sprinkle with ,..- This is not a matter of law, but oi reveille?"

tarts ahead of time, fill with a prepared remaining sugar and cover with remainder grace.It "Honest, sergeant, I'm afraid

-I. ; filling'if you're rushed for of mixture. Bake in a mod- is a resurrection faith and therefore I'm going to be a flop as a soldier.,i!

:' time. Set dough for rolls' and shape erate oven (375 degrees) ;>about 40 powerful. It is ,a faith which I don't know one:dern, tune from '
before luncheon, and in" the meantime 'minutes, until rhubarb is tender. accepts suffering Christ as a another!" I'
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{ make cream sauce for fresh, Serve warm with cream,. if desired. part of fellowship with Him-not
k shelled peas or canned and pop the only bearable but glorious becauseit

p;;, (r'. ; !r .1 celery in ice water HOSTESS BUFFET DINNER is in the power of His resur
h .- oC II /iJ 'for curling Ham Ring with Creamed Potatoes rection. Snap Crackl e Po I
'- \ l Garnish Peaches p
. :" =- II purposes. Pancakes : Spiced That fellowship is one day to be
I Buttered Green Beans
<':t.'c j) wait for the Cucumber Pear Aspic complete and eternal, for there is

:it"f i;l\ last. Mix battergo Hot Rolls Spread, to be for Paul the assured experience %
:. : 4ft
: powder' your Devil's Food Cake of a personal resurrection out

it. / nose and pop Beverage_ from among the dead (v. 11). The
[$; ; 4rrk; t. them on the griddie faith of a Christian looks beyondthe SS
;,: just before the guests come in. A few large, attractive platterswill grave. .
r Easy does it! hold the menu placed on a large ,
All this has to do with the present, wCE KRISPLES
Meat Ball Pancakes. dining room table or buffet for easy as well ,as the blessed future. The
e self-service. As
(Serves 6) soon as the ham man who has this kind of spiritual

3 eggs ring is ,unmolded, spoon' creamed experience shares the purpose oi "The Grains ire Great Foods"-74'r

'" V pound ground beef potatoes into center, and garnish Paul expressed in verses 12-14.
outside of with Rice Krispies the '
ring parsley and Kellogg's equal
J/4 teaspoon baking powder Paul saw not only the necessity
w teaspoon salt spiced fruit. Set' green beans in ,but the blessedness of going from whole ripe grain in nearly all the
vegetable dish salad another protective food elements declared
on
x'
Dash of pepper victory to victory. ,Too'many Chris.
essential human nutrition.
large platter. to
1 teaspoon lemon juice tians of today are entirely satisfied

1 tablespoon minced, parsley with what they have attained (and' ,

." 1 tablespoon grated onion I it is usually all too little). !
J- ? v #*& wSs y#
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Beat egg yolks until light, blend There is a prize to be gained,
\.? in remainder of ingredients and last
I the :
prize of our "high calling in
: ''" stiffly beaten' egg whites. Drop Christ Jesus." Let us, like Paul, be
-. -/ '' spoonfuls on hot griddle. When
filled with dissatisfaction with

" ;"I: .,,'" ,browned other side.and Serve puffed,with turn mushroom and,'brown ed ourselves until holy, we' reach- that bless I nfl #//:$ Wffttlr TALK&/I00W'

goal.
"t-; ,sauce, if desired. p
The man who had such a vision r

?:" HOSTESS LUNCHEON MENU was ready for God's call to 'carry ;

!'< "- Salmon Asparagus Custard the gospel into Europe.II. SAM: I thought the r ; r 1

Jellied Grapefruit-Lime Salad Paul's Purpose to Make Christ boys last night .. ,
S ::1 Whole Wheat Muffin Known (Acts 16:13-15). would never stop
."* Rhubarb Crisp eating and raving
The story of the conversion oi i

c\- A delicate custard with perfect Lydia has many elements of special -I about these rolls e 'J

'' ,... "texture is the base of this menu- interest. It presents the turning I of you yours had Wonder left I e '

i ; orange-pink in color with green as- point in the progress of the I any i iD j

s Pr t gospel, which by the grace and lead 1' I t,
'" ing of God brought it northward to ANN: Darling! And .
they're simple...so ( 6 I I
Europe rather than southward into t ti.
:. Lynn Says: easy to make... ,?
Africa. of us have heard '
,' Many
N A:<%I IihYayir'N'iY.SO'L4'74.'a1.9r JN'R no kneading.WithFleischmann's
Dress-Up! Domestic herbs will because of the way Paul was led, yellow / I
Cucumber in this '
jellied aspic sal. and one wonders if Europe and label Yeast
dress many a stew and pot-pie ,they have f t
ad is just the thing to give '
tartnessto America not otherwise have
into a dish fit for kings. Try a might extra vitamins,too!
a bland meal. Make the salad ina
been the "dark continents" rathei
of
dash
thyme
marjoram and
large mold and from
I serve buffet than what l
Africa. We
are we are
but remember
.
sage, just a dash! for real effectiveness.
Meat loaves become party-ish if by the grace of God.
Then we note that the first con.
topped with catsup. Meat pies Cucumber Pear Aspic.
take on color if topped with green (Serves 6))I vert was a woman. She was not the IS THE ONLY YEAST -
last woman to give an attentive ear '
pepper rings before serving. 1 package lime-flavored FOR BAKING THAT HAS
Muffins and rolls made in small- 1% cups hot water gelatin and a believing heart to the gospel] ADDED AMOVNTS OF \ I ,
message.' The church through all 'VITAMINS' A AND PASWEaASTHEVITAMW '
4 size mumn tins give distinctionto 2 tablespoons vinegar IM FREE! SEND FOR ME.
its blessed
history has been by the '
dinners and luncheons. Pieces teaspoon salt c FIEISCHMANN5 NEW
,;; !I },; of leftover fruit atop ,muffins and 1 cup drained diced cucumber readiness of women to bear and 8 COMPLEX AND THAT EDITION/ OF THE FAMOUSWl .
' :;:1 breads colorful. heed the gospel. LOTS OF V/TAM/NS// .
are 1 cup diced pears 'BREAD BASKET.*) WGESOFOVER70RECP
"
, t; '. Vegetables are gay if served in We like to note that she set a pat
1 Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Add / S,
tern of and service which
: buttercups. Trim crusts off bread hospitality
\ vinegar and V4 teaspoon salt. Chill REVISED FOR WARTIME./
.
her sisters in the church have maintained
4 slices, press them in muffin cups until slightly thickened. Season cu- SCADS OF MEW BREADS, ,
" ,.;,: ": and toast to a golden brown. Very cumber with J/4 teaspoon salt; add (see v. 15). the "contrained" ROLLS, DELICIOUS 1
the visiting to
preachers
} : pretty I pears. Fold into slightly thickened SWEET BREADS.SEND
enjoy the comforts of her fine home
Give these beauty-aids to sal- ,
'I gelatin. Turn into mold and chill I FOR ME TODAYyOUSEE.fLEISCHMANNS /
ads and' garnishes: carrot curls until firm. Garnish cucumber slices and thus put forward the work oi

4- :; are made by slicing carrots thin- and crisp:, lettuce. Christ (see III John 5-8)). : .
ly lengthwise with a carrot cutter It is encouraging'to note how per. For treo

I and winding the slice around Get the most from your meat! Get your fectly the leading of the Holy Spirit copy your,wrltoStandard
i finger. Let crisp in cold water. meat roasting chart from Miss Lynn Cham worked out in the experience oi All those vitamins go right Brands
'I Peel cucumber thinly, and run bers by writing to her in care of Western Paul and his brethren. The Lord into your rolls with no great loss lac.,Grand r
: In the oven.Be sure to useFleischmann's
Newspaper Union 210 South Desplaines sent His to the Central Annex '
of fork down the length of prepared messenger t tI
prongs A week's supply Box477NevrYotklT.N.Y.
Street,Chicago 6,III. Please send
; Slice u stamped place where there was a prepared ..
the cucumber., thinly.4)'L self-addressed ,keeps In the ice-box.
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Services of Armed Mongrel Is Mascot vely to military operations, has been total 413.I George L. Poole
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precinct -I I four 19,
five
I 10, six 23, total 253.
opened for the first time to ,aviation j
one 81, two 49
Forces Not Under At Riddle Field at large. I II'four I 43, five 21, six 15, ,three total 342.133, I I District 174, 5, H. G. Atchley, precinctone
two 52. three 83, four 28,
"It is the Intention of Embry- W. N.
!I Stallings.
,:Social SecurityEleven I precinct one 81, two five 20, 'six 40, total 397. Asa
Riddle, after victory, to continue 39,
i They couldn't keep Queenie down three 40, four 6, five 25, six 15, Townsend,
operation of the aircraft and_ engine, total precinct one 413, two
206. R. B. Waldron
after she'd Riddle precinct
the
on farm seen 161, three
,246, four 52 five
66 six
million men and women Field. The large brown mongrelhas division in its entirety, as the largest one 187, two 53, three 64, four. 10, '91, total 1029. ,
mow serving. in the. armed forces of deserted a local farmer and attached and most completely equipped five 19, six 32, total 365.
service of its kind in the Southeast," ; For' School Board mber-Dillon
the United States are gradually' los- herself to the RAF cadets District 4, Harvey S. Dyess, precinct I' Hall
he said. "It will supply a much incumbent, precinct two 98.
under Social Se-
ing their protection receiving flight training here. one 245, two 66, three 88, J I three
needed service to our Central and I 174, total 272. C. J. Richards,.
tctntty.Mr. Adopted by the cadets, she now four 21. fivo 30, sic 45, ,total 495.
precinct two
South American neighbors, as well 55, three 35, total 90.
Veni, manager of the Social has a Hew collar with this inscrip- A. j. Evers, precinct one 259, two E. L.
as to our own country. j i Stallings. precinct two 72,
Security Boa'rd Office at West Palm tion engraved 'upon it: "Queenia, I 103, three 181, four 44, five 45, three 132, total 204. This indicatesthe
.Beach, stated that he had received Royal Air Force, Clewiston, Fla." WAJ.TEH six 60, total 692. Earl S. Royer, w'm
runoff
J. MATHEKI/Y be between Hall and
"many inquiries from men who had Queenie, in turn always adoptsthe ELECTED GOVERNOROK :I precinct one 86, two 49, three 66, I Stallings.

"hppn raiTiaH _into___-- the'_n. Armed___ serviceslegardmg entering class, and helps new .
ROTARY THIS' WEEKST. I -
their benefits and bene- cadets over the rough spots, escort-

fits to their families. under the So- ing them to ground school classes PETERSBURG, May 3 -I ':-:":":-:":":":":":":":-:":":":":":0.y .:":":":":-:-:":,,:,,:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..
cial Security Act. He stated that and to their planes on the field. ..
(FNS-Walter) J. Matherly, dean I
while coverage for men in military Her big moment comes at the s. +
of the College of Business Administration I
service has been urged by the Social wings parade when the cadets are y
i University of 'Florida, was I
Security Board in its Annual Report giaduated. Proudly she takes her
: elected governor 'of the 167th district -
to Congress, and several bills place at the head of the formationas
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of Rotary at the district conference Sincere
have already been introduced de-. it marches out to the field and session here this week. ,jI My Thanks I
signed to protect the Social Security'past the officers' reviewing stand.
rights for those in the armed forces, She stands at attention until the parade Matherly was unopposed for the j I'

no action has been taken in the matter rests, and remains with the formation nomination and his election was !: y
I until the last pair of wings unanimous. He succeeds Harry M. j: X
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: Verri explained that under the ,I and last diploma has been passed out. Smith of Winter Garden I I''t:' ......., +'

present provisions of the Social Security Then, her job through, she loafsI 22 Receive- I": :
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until the incoming
Act, the retirement benefitsof "
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and begins againher self-appointed -*- "
the men in military services and <
:the snrv \rors' benefits payable to task o"f helping them "sweat it out." (Continued trOLl: page 1) J{I .:: : -I For the splendid 1

their families diminish with the Azucar Village and David Olden, ::: .. :, support given *
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period of absence from their civilian :. ''Brig. Gen. L. A. Kunzig, welder at Plantation Machine Shops, /.::i: .- :/? ; me by the voters of :;:
jobs, and that In some cases they 15 year emblems; Jerry Smith, loco- j: Hendry, :t::
tind their families; may lose. entirely,j i Receives AwardI motive engineer and Frederick W. 1= $
'I County: Tuesday. I will appre:1::1:
:their rights to benefits I Topper, watchman, general office, :" ; . ..
For example, a soldier aged 26 i I BLVNDING, May 3 ten year emblems; Charles W Ken- |: :: : ..
who has a wife and three :joung (FNS-Award of the Legion of nen, painter, Western, Division, : 1 ". .. te your continued support in =i=

'children calls at a Social Security I Merit to Brig. Gen. L.,'A Kunzig, U. Chester C. Klutts, field messenger, I.:'.' .''" '"'.3: ", .CX'i '.'

Board Office and states that he had /S. Army, ret., for 29 months com- payroll department, Ralph D. Lister, I::: \: > second primary. Thanks.hMrsHomcr :::

worked for five years in covered manding officer of Camp Blanding, mechanic, Plantation Machine Shops, :
-employment at an average wage of : bj the War Department; was announced Willie A. Scott, welder, Eastern Di- }W '

"1150 a month when lie entered the by the, Public Relations Of- isipn Shops, Sam Scruggs, clerk, :Ii '
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armed service on January I; 1912. fice here Pelican Lake commissary and Marion ( '' =''' :': j; I
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He wants to know, the amount of General Kunzig. who relinquished Walton, auto mechanic, Plantation I: \:

Social Security benefits that wouldbe his command of Florida's largest Machine Shops, five year emblems
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payable monthly to Ills wife and (I military installation to Col. Walter j I

his children in the event of his IE. Smith, present commander, on lun-Off,RacPs ;FrvTt :' AG
The r>fir -l. i.i.1 M. V A -" !
'death manager can tell him the last day of ipjs, wa \. \ orzuInn # -
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that if he had died within the first I'I retirem- g J-ter wIth";- ;'-citation" for -- I' Taylor

., -three months of 1942, his wife and iS L '; (Continued from Page 1) :{: Wr*
tronally meritorious conduct in :::
three children would have:__bfifi...u scat( cinct one 59, two 26,, three 38, four \:':'
tjfVftc' ? > .,..h iyrHajCJ=':- v .':'"':..-eufl ,the performance of outstanding : .:.
I 6, five 10, six 38, total 177. Paul ,
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-ufc"'" W-lieaeiits totalingapproxi- 'seivice as commanding general, Camp ; Z :

:''::;' -mately in$63 the per armed month.service If he, continues the- i Blanding,I from July, Florida 7, 1941, during to December'the period 31, O'Bannon three 71,, four precinct 16, one five 215 12,, two six 36 63,, I::.:.:.NIINNNNNNNNNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..NNNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-..:.Paid.:..:....NNNNNNN.Political.. .l. .. .:.Adv.........:............._;_:.; .: .I

;'. monthly benefits that may be payable 1943.-' ... ..-._ ---. .
to his wife and children in the I, A West Point graduate, General I : h : _: __ {;\.:: -- -:' .. _-. ._ ;-. .-, : '* "j. r.. .: :-_... _. __---__-_
\. 'event of his death will decrease as I Kunzig was a veteran of 43 years'

." follows experience when he left Camp
t:: If hedies January 1943 after one Blanding under age retirement law.

{:. year in service the wife and three Many Many Thanks

:'< 'children's benefits would be $57.76per EMBRY-RIDDLE EXPANDING ; ,

'f:::', ;' month. I ENGINE DEPARTMENT ,," "

3:, If he dies January 1944 after two -

':. :years; in service, the wife and three ," ARCADIA, May 3-FNS) To ': 0- '
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;'J. 'children's benefits would be $54.00 I serve post-war ayaition needs, fa- \ '
"; : Tper month. I|duties of Embry-Riddle's engine department ,. :\': ,. -' .: .r{;: :: v: ,

'. If'he dies January 1945 after three are being expanded to include .
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; : Tears in service, the wife and thr e '' all types of internal combus- '- .: / .I sincerely appreciate the big vote yo'ti ,<.;\/: 'r .
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, tion R. Horton, l: ::f
i ::-- -children's benefits would be 51.20| engines, Joseph : '

t. per month. v I ir vice-president in charge of the air- : :': !:: ': me Tuesday, May 2. In return I will( try ".(;':'.: .
r; If he dies January 1946 after four craft and engine division, said this : gave :
, 'I week in announcing that the divis ... :'1 .< : ,-'
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... years in service, the wife and three ':J, .. : .

children's benefits would be $49.00'I,ion, which has been devoted excl sin -,1 :: 't, ,: harder than ever to make you a good commis-_<.,,( .:_. .;'.\=_:.:."

per If month.he dies January 1947 after five )t I,! the future to correct -this l--1 (; '

years in service, the wife and three I tion gives 'eiy little reassurance to. s er.:
children's benefits would be $$47.24 the father who is being or has been ,:.. : j ; ; '
per month. i inducted into the armed service and { -i; r-fy:: ; : :; .

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The fact that the Social: Security who is worded about the security'of :., : :
:Act will verY probably be amended his wife and children. '

"r."L:.... .. J.'. ,/.'..,.." ,;.>., \ Cordially yours, : '.. 1f'i.: .' ...: :-'.
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