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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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,R. ..:. VOLUME lo-NUMBER 24 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1944 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.50 PER YEAU ,".'.J,



'.: :h.::." TALK ON DEMOCRACY OFFICIAL COUNT MAY 2' PRLMARY COUNTY- BALLOT STROUD IS ELECTED DICK FITZHUGH. i'



i IVEN; BY MINISTER SCHOOL PRINCIPALFOR ONE OF FEW LEFT'i
- s PRECINCTS .___........... 1 2 3 4 15 6 AbSentees Total '

; .. AT KIWANIS MEETING For R.Count M. Harris Judge......:.....:,502 178 240 65 68: 103 3 1144 SECOND YEARAt IN LOST BATTALlONji ji

Robert Ketring .....:. 145 53 99 17 30 24 3 371 ,

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.,' ,.. De,. David C.-Hancock, pastor of For Bill Sheriff Maddox .......... 312 109 203 43 41 70 4 782 a meeting of the County School Mrs. M. S. Wright this week received ,'j:

the Clewiston Community Church H. H. McCall _.......,. 104 115 1,21 32 46 42 ::0 460 Board in LaBelle on Friday night ot the good news that ter brother 7'ii
H. M. Pollard .......... 43 2 6 4 0 G 4 61 last week the recommendation of T. Sgt. Norman R. "Dick" Fitz- \
was guest speaker at the weekly G. H. Small ............ 235 14 23 6 2 24 2 306 the! Clewiston trustees was accept hugh, has arrived in the' U. S. A. :,1 t
meeting of the Kiwanis Club
on ed and M. R. Stroud, principal of from Italy after two years overseas '::.
Wednesday evening at the Inn. For Clerk of C' Irenit the Clewiston High School during ; as a Ranger with the 1st Battal-

Rev. Hancock spoke on the sub- Court the" past term, was re-hired for ion which was wiped out in Italy ,
William T. Hull ...... 170 192 276 12 76 58 5 849G.
!
ject "Moral Responsibilities of Citizens 'Rackstraw .;.... 480 37 65 7 10 80 2 680 another year in this capacity. on January 30. Sgt. Fitzhugh expects ':i
In a Democracy" and the members This closes the recommendationsand to visit his sister here shortly t;;:

\ of the club, were loud in praise For County Superint.en- hiring of, teachers for the Clew- and will be able to tell a most ex- .\

, of his talk which they unanimously tendent Public, Inst. ston school, at least for the present, citing story of this engagement. '
**, voted the best of the year. Ruth R. Beardsley.. 268 21 35 2 ,,5 30 .''0.. 361 as all teachers were re-hired at a The story of the gallant fight put ,f'

lt' Rev. Hancock stated that he hardly Mrs. Homer Taylor 303 ,70 67 35 41 81 O. 597 meeting last month. 'However some up by the First and Third Battal- -,I
felt it necessary to point out the Dr. C. E. Weaver. 108 147 248 45 42 31 .4 625 of the teachers have indicated that ions is told in the following dispatch '

more obvious duties and responsibilities they would not return next year, to the Miami Herald by William -
', County Commissioner .
:.". which, during this crisis, Precinct No. 1 '' one or two have already resignedand H. Stoneman from Naples which t>

are being preached to us on every G. E. Etherton ...... 288 113 169 45 60 47 ,3 715 it will be necessary to hire otherM. ; appeared in that paper' on March 10: '"',.
r' land and have only to do with the Charles E. Miner ...383 85' 131 .29 27 92 I 3', 750 Cornette, Clewiston board member "With official admission, after ':

!f. outward functioning of a wellordered I stated this week, however, that more than seven weeks that two '::1

. C democracy. His conviction is County Commissioner : "'. teachers to fill these vacancies. E. battalions of United States Rangers ,.

that there are deeper and much Precinct No. 2 L '\ he had several applications at hand fought to the end on the morning ';:
J. O. DavIdson ..._.. 185 135 196 6Q 42 6i 2 ,' 688J.
more vital responsibilities which and felt sure that there would be of January 30, one of the grimmest -1
f Co> Jackman ........ 214 55 95 30 36'" .2'. 441
w contribute to the failure little difficulty in obtaining stories of the Anzio beachhead has
a
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success or '. com- ,1
Selden 'L. 'Stewart 215 40 50 14 15 32 ,2, 368
t, ,of a democracy, and upon observing plete faculty to start the term in finally seen .the light of day. l y
"
closely the background, of democracy County Conmucsioner ', ,: September.The? "Loss of those two battalions of ",

,' we find that the ideal of such a Precinct No.3'J? ;: : school board also authorizedthe fine shock troops put an end to, what ;

E: government Is primarily a religious George R, Cason 5926 38 6 10 38 -1 r"' 178 purchase of a new school bus had started out as one of the finest .

f;. ideal. Paul O'Bannon _..._. 219 64 12 16 12 36 ,::;.2: 421 for the Clewiston district' an ad- individual performances scored by i
George L. Poole .... 81 50 134 43 21 15 1' 344 '
individual
, The speaker called attention to <; : vertisement for bids on which appears any unit at the beach'J y
W. N. Stallings ..._.. 81 39 40 6 25 15 --1; 207 '
: the great freedom which, we as in this issue of the News. head. It cost us many magnificent ;,
I 7 R. B. Waldron unn 187 S3 66 10 19 32 ::1'J. ; 368 -
Americans enjoyed and observed that Mr. Cornette also announced thatCarl officers and as fine a crew of sol- ,,

there is no one who will come to our County Commissioner :':J..... E. Johnson, Clewiston trustee diers as we have In the Army."I .
homes with fixed bayonet to force Precinct No. 4 :J :,:'. ;. I had tendered resignation- to was with the Rangers from, the ;::

as to' attend church services, to read Harvey S. Dyess _... 245'' 66 89 21 30 45' ".2 ; .-, 498 I the bo'ard and no action had been moment they left for the Anzio land ,/
the Bible or contribute to the work A. J. Evers ....__...... 259 105 183 44 45 60 L': 697 taken in the hope that Mr. Johnson ing until that final afternoon' when :

of the church; free to neglect worship Earl S. Royer ........ 86 49 66 19 19 23 : ,:-.2 .- 255 would reconsider. they last set out on their fatal expedition .;

Y and desert the churches; free to County Commissioner '.:. '. -- -'- to Cisterna, scene of their ,,:
:. let children in virtual ignorance ..FH last fatal stand. ;
grow up Precinct Xo. 5 "I' American Legion .
of the meaning ,of Christian ; G. Atchley .._.....' 174: 52 8S 28 .20 40 :N"2-, 399 "At Anzio I saw them make an :,
morals and religions, free to vote Asa Townsend ...... 413 .162 249 52.. 66, 91 3', 1036 Discusses Plans absolutely perfect landing and cap- ;

or not as we please but not free to I ture the port with the loss of one

escape the consequences of our neg- For Constable Justice .. \For Rebuilding Dock man killed by accident. We had
L,
Peace Dist. No.1 ,' .
lect and indifference."The expected shambles, for ours was the
1. S. Bell, sr. ............. 360 '...... U._'" ....... ...... fJi'i' ,2'. 417 '
men who framed our constitution Walter Christian .... 307 ...... m... ...... ...... 75.' :",e" .. ;:P- and wrote into it. the proVisions ;' No. 93 held its monthly meeting on during those critical hours betweenthe
; I for our freedoms knew the School Board Member' r' ; \. ", .;;. : ; Tuesday night of this week at the landing and dawn of Saturday

:' priceless value of them and ,they assumed School Dist. No. 2 r I f..::r' Clewiston Inn with a good .attend morning:, Jan. 22, I watched them

,, .:' that men would use these C.Dillon J. RIchards Hall. .....:.-._',..-_-.-100 55 > ':177 38.IIJ........:,:x.-n._.'' ..n..* ,1''il',. 1..1'. 1"..:.. '..C'..-" ".278 an@c.., .j...".:;, "jjj : like )'. !t.h.E\\uipionhip tea1T' _to;:..'

,'i" '. age freedoms," Rev.to ''Hancock the best possible said. -advant-"When E. L. Stallings :::::::: 73 j ,132 \ ::::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: 0 205 92 proposed There was projects a discussion and problems of several but and quickly.,key, seizing' point, SSerj assigned rijad! to jugcfon:them, i

,; )" they established freedom worship the only definite action taken was wiping out German patrols and outposts '.
,! t:,' they assumed that men would worship the' appointment ''with the deft self-assurance of ,'
------ -- of committee to
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r : ; and that part of the bill of confer with other civic clubs of the a, skeet shooter.
r rights is based upon that' assump- Men Over 26 Are I I Catholics Here Are community in regard to the rebuilding "Tkeir commander, who xis still

tion., The same principle holds true Likely To Be Saved Observing National ef the dock in the levee canal. alive, seemed to grow cooler, more
:, S;, of our right to vote. The founders I I Since the old dock burned children collected and more at ease as things

:, I k": assumed that men would vote and From Induction Family Week who were accustomed to ''swimming began to grow tough

: : .: 'when they fail to do 'ISO they are not I I II in, the canal from this dock hare "Never at any .second of the time
. '!;' : upholding the C Constitution but are I I did he lose control of anybody. I
started using the hurricane gate and
'i..., helping to destroy it." I According to information: released I I In recognition of the Presidential it is feared that some may be in- think it took him less than five
;
this week by' the National Selective minutes to learn that German tanks
I proclamation that the week of May 7
For most Americans, the speaker i jured in diving from the concrete
said, it appears that freedom of Service office' it appears likely that be observed as Family Week:, the walls of this structure.J had appeared from the north and,

religion! means freedom from re- few if any men over 26 and none. pastor and members of St. Mar- E. Beardsley was appointed by splendid liaison with the royal
30 will be called for garet's Catholic Church of Clewis- navy, to get shells onto them.
(Continued on Page 10) over inductionthis delegate to the state convention to
"There wasn't much fighting during
summer and probably not for ton inaugurated a series; of confer- be held in Jacksonville on :May 31
the remainder of the year. ences on family life which began it and June 1 and 2. Beardsley is the next week and the boys were

Moral 8:00 last night at the Community service officer for the local post and burning for action by Saturday afternoon -
The has
,. Responsibilities Of Army it appears, reached Center. when officers briefed themon
its planned strength and the these service officers have been especially -
the Cisterna eipedition.: The ..r
will Topics discussed during the even- urged to be present at the
Navy
Citizens In very soon meet its basic
a Democracy first battalion was to advance four
i requirements so that only younger ing were as follows! : "The Christ- convention to discuss post-war plans at
miles through the dark, beginning
.;( men are likely to be called to supplya I ian Teaching on Marriage and the for new legionnaires. battalion ,
third
"f one a. m., with the .
,, ',t, By REV DAVID C. HANCOCK reserve of combat troops for in- //Family"; "A Blueprint for an Ideal following: immediately behind it- f, \
\' Ed Note:- .By popular request we vasion requirements. Family"; "American Population In '
Mrs. Emma Thomas both headed toward Cisterna alonga
.., are printing the full text of this fine Decline"; "Education for Parent
: It has been determined that quotasfor 'line to the right of the main road.
t" '. talk made on Wednesday night at hood" and "juvenile Delinquency." 'Dies In HarborMrs.
J May and June can be met from Safety Another battalion was to advance
; } > Kiwanis It is planned to have the second
meeting. It will
; be concluded -
} men under 26 and when these are l later right up to the main road to
'if:: in next week's issue. exhausted calls will be conference on Tuesday evening, of ,
made from in' the
." scheduled Emma D, Thomas, 61, the clean up opposition rear (
I May 16. Topics for that
the group from 26 to 29 inclusive, A. Thomasof the first and third.
f if(.: This evening I ,should like to ,evening are: "The School Helps theHome" mother of G. B. and E. '
old
.. plus ,new 18-year registrants andit Clewiston passed Wednesday "It looked tricky: and dangerous ;:
away
think with for a few minutes "Birth Control-A Sin
you Is believed that unless j ; road
serious
Harbor but Cisterna was an important
at her home in Safety
about some of the deeper aspects of Against I God and Offense Against I
: disaster which time had
occurs cannot be two weeks. junition, we felt that the {
following illness of
an I
\\ democracy than we are usually ac- anticipated that these (Nature"; "The Family Is the Unit perimeter and 1
age groups Tentative funeral arrangements come to extend our
';;, customed .to think about. I'' should will fill needs until September and |of Economic Security" and "How for from the I opposition wasn't expected to be ,f
:- like to deal with some of the moral possibly for the remainder ;Can' We Prevent Divorce?" are Tuesday afternoon '
the
of Alexander Funeral Home of Clear- very heavy.
. ,.i-,,."' and spiritual responsibilities of citi- year i I Among those reading papers and water, the date for the service being "What happened that night was

1 zens in a democracy (such as we Local boards have been, it is said, .)leading discussions at last night's delayed to permit another son to that the, first and third got right up

want ours to be. asked to restrict their inductions meeting and at' the one Tuesday come from El Paso, Texas. Mrs. G. to within 600 yards of Cisterna before 4

: It hardly seems necessary to until July 1 to men 'under 26 regardless night are Rev T. J. Geary, Mesdames B. Thomas has been with her mother- they met any opposition. En .

point out the more obvious duties !! of whether or not quotas E. F.. Powers, G. Pitzen, J. in-law for more than a week priorto route they passed through fairly ,';

and responsibilities.. In this timeof are met and pre-induction physicals Oglesby, H. T, Vaughn, Dr G. A., her death and will remain there strong, German forces without being '

crisis these are being preachedto will be given only to men under Bourne, and G. Pitzen. Dr. Bourne until after the funeral. The two detected and only drew one

us OH every .hand-in the news- thirty unless volunteers. j'i and Messrs.' Fred' W. Davis! and E. brothers from Clewiston will returnto stray burst of machine-gun fire

paper, over the radio, in the news- I F. Powers will comprise the committee Clearwater Saturday night. which'sent a number of lucky fel-

reel, from rostrum and the pulpit. : Nice Honey Yield i! on resolutions.. Surviving relatives are four sons, lows back to the hospital with
Ml of these actions to which we are : I ------- of Clewis wounds.
G. B. and B. A. Thomas
admonished come under the head of 1 From Building Wall I Varsity Club Dance ton, Lt. Col. Dudley Thomas, U. S. : "When they got near Cisterna.

what we commonly call patriotism: Army, now stationed In England and ,however, everything broke loose and
I buy bonds and stamps, save-don't i Here Tomorrow Night Eugene Thomas, professor in the : (Continued on Page 10)
Several Clewiston residents ____
waste vital materials, keep physically are I
Paso Texas,
I College of Mines, El ,
fit, eat the right foods, give enjoying fresh honey with hot biscuits i
your The High School Varsity Club! and two sisters Mrs. E. C. Bailey of Christian Chevrolet
---- -
,time and service to national efforts, this week as a result of the'"debeeing" J
and of
will hold a dance tomorrow (Satur- Clearwater Mrs. Joe Taylor
"
show proper respect for your country of the walls of the south i Adding New Room
day) night at Sugarland Auditorium Ocala.
'X H' know how properly to display room of the west wing of the city' ,
beginning at ten o'clock, and ending ,
,
;
ball which has
building been used
'
h the flag, etc. '
' ; ..',- All of these exhortations. are' on by the Red Cross Chapter. as a surgical -| in the wee, 'small hours of 'the .'* NE\V TEACHER Construction is almost completeof S

; ;, the functional or mechanical level. dressing room. morning. a new office room for Christian i
:; The of the dance is to Mrs M. H, Walker of Clewiston which now occupies .
purpose
: They all deal with various activities. For some time the presence of too I Chevrolet Company'
funds for the purchase of has been hired the school boardas fomeily usedas
.- raise by the building
; They are all more or less rules and many honey bees for comfort had
athletic equipment for theboy's fourth grade teacher ,for the service station .:
: needed the K. Baker
; laws to be observed or carried out. been noted by the ladles working in 1 J.
?: (But allot them, while no doubt of the room and to avoid !stings it has i football taem and the girls' Clewiston School to complete the. The new room has been made by \

great importance, have to do only been necessary to spray the room basketball team. teim.; Mrs. Walker succeeds Mrs.E. walling up the front canopy of the ;

with the outward functioning, with diligently each time'It was used. So I The Morrison Field Orchestra wilj H. Holstine who has moved to service station building with tile and

the surface affairs, of a well-order- this week Chas. Pirkle and a crew play. Admission is $1.00 for serv- Betteravia, Cal,' to join her: hus- adding a coat of stucco. A new

'': F : ed democracy. None of them'require of workmen tore into the wall, kfll-! ice men and, $1.50. for others. :band. concrete floor is beine; poured and:
add greatly to
much in the way of deep thought, ed the bees with a gas,and when finished will

j DO special moral insight, no par- the walls some twenty-five pounds: I i, 'Mr '!and :Mrs. E. E. Kelly; were Dr. M. J.' Flirse' of Miami, \vas a .the appearance and usability. of the
I Thursday. building.5'l' .
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DR W EA OJV Although I've searched

Friendly Advice to China I ... I NNU rr"Ialj! in many climbs

Tales of the.Big Town: I h vent found my
Washington, D. C.
> 3 Williston Rich of the Time mag sovl-rrvc-te yet-
More U. S. Troops for India includingsome ? Department of Agriculture Officials Visit factory tried for years to convincehis I've thought I
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senators even
Certain ,
\
colleagues there that Bob Hope
of the President's supporters, Chinese, Suggest Practical Methods would make an interesting profile lmd though, .

are irked over curtailment of the Of Production.WNU But he was always nh-nh'd lots of time.3. "
simultaneous with Increasing Food .
Australian army,
So he went on a short holiday, and (r cnnq
British requests that we send more the bosses suddenly decided that

U. S. troops to India. Hope should be ,given a salute .' 4_.
made by ,
British was
The request
Field Marshal Sir John Dill, former By BAUKHAGE The piece was prepared by the guy 'O
I News, Analyst and Commentator. pinch-hitting for Mr. Rich So '
British Chief of Staff, now liaisonnffi.M. __ \
Sir John u .. ___ what? So I Reader's Digest
in Washington personally Service, Union Trust Building I small farming ana very small farming picked it up and sent the'pinchhit-
tchar'ming WNU Features.
one of the Washington, D. C. indeed, is"the chief activity. In ter a check for $1,000! .
and popular members of the British the west, there are great grass-
a
Falls Church, Virginia,
embassy, suggested to U: S. war Out in lands better adapted to the raisingof .
chiefs that, in view of the Jap invasion little way from Washington, there stock. Some of the men from a redistri- (1 frI rntIfjf1ffi.
of India, the United States 'lives a friend of mine who was Animal husbandry in China must bution center were entertaining at
might send more troops to that brought up on a farm. ,Last year, meet one immediate problem, and I the ,Latin- Quarter the other midnight -
some new neighbors moved in next and improving i When they finished they
area. that is increasing
,, ; "
"What door city folks, you could tell by tipped the waiters lavishly and
The reply he got was: production in the western part of "-
and :
looking at them, but full of pep 'called bus-boy to hand hima
about the tremendous army you al- the country and breeding for restocking over a
ready have in India?" vinegar and very patriotic. They in the areas which will be .few dollars "Thank you,
Sir John had to admit that this started out to make a victory gar- re-occupied when the Japanese are Lieutenant," he said, "but I couldn't To keep moths from your knit-
out accept gratuity. Just waitingon ting yarn, take old tobacco con-
huge British army is spread driven out. any
through India largely for the pur- den.My friend could tell by the way you has been a pleasure. You tainers and give them a coat of
of preventing internal revolt. they handled their hoes that before The heavy demands for food by see, I was wounded in your sec- paint and use these cans thus prepared
pose they'd be asking him for ad- the American military, to say noth- tor as a parking spot for the
, Senators who have learned about long, discharged, and I'm now back
soldiers make it
;;. this conversation are all set to do vice.He's' ing of China's :own- Chinese, increase helping the war effort by servingyou knitting yarn. .
to
ssary'for' the *
some blasting, should the White a good neighbor:, but he isn'tnosey. nec and all other' men in the war"
, House send more U. S. troops to So he just waited. food production to the Then he opened his white coat To avoid losing: a handkerchiefunder
t I save the British Empire in India. Well, it wasn't long before the utmost. At present, however, Dr. I' and displayed his campaign ribbons a bed pillow in a sick room
' However, they probably won't have man next door came up, leaned Phillips reported that except for the The, officers stood and saluted at night, sew a pocket on one side
to blast, because the President him- over the fence, and said: "How sit famine areas where drouth or in- the bus-boy. It was all,very lumpy of the pillowcase.
sects have affected the crops, the S *
self is understood to feel stronglyon your garden is coming along so in-the-throat and thrilling.A .
that subject. good and'mine ain't?" Chinese people have more food Darn the worn carpet. Lierally,

,v: t 1KAISER'S My, friend smiled, and then he available than is popularly believed. of midtowners gabbing of course, and with a rug wool
group were -
pitched in and told him some of the But they aren't making the mostof carefully matched in color. This
NEW PLANE about charges of "innuendo"over
facts of plant life. their cows and pigs and chickens.As will take away much of the
', Very little has been heard of the the radio, and a veteran re-
:,,: giant wooden transport plane which It isn't going to benefit my friend to the Chinese cow, about which called this Jimmy Walker story shabby appearance.* .
:: Henry Kaiser proposed building even if his neighbor's garden is a Dr. Phillips spoke with great feel- During his first campaign for Mayorof .
,. 'more than a year ago. However: record breaker but he's a typical ing, one of the first things to do is New York, LaGuardia chargedthe A worn anklet makes a good
II. the plane is nearing completion- American and he's doing what we to teach the Chinese peasant that it popular Walker'with all sorts of cover to pull on over the old wax
though with no thanks to the navy. all used to do back in the old days gives milk and that milk is a pretty corruption, and Walker never an: applicator when it needs freshen-
t, Behind the scenes, the navy has when neighbor depended on neigh- good food. And then 'to improve the swered. ing. Wrap the applicator first with
1- done all it could to block the plane bor -'giving'a helping hand when it breed so that 'it. will give'' milk. At '"Why should I make his cam- soft cloths, then the sock is pulledon
: is needed. the cow is a beast of bur- '' and it's ready for service.
present,
;:, and at one time proposed cancellingthe paign for him? he said to a pal. *
rf :', contract. Some insiders attribute Last week, I sat down across the den, a draft animal. However, it "I won't build him up. It wouldbe "
t- this to pressure from the Martin desk from a big, black-haired fellow isn't even as good a draft animalas fun, though, to ask him one ques- For painting shelves that are too
: bomber plant, which has already who looks a lot younger than it could be. It will not be difficult tion. What was he doing in Water- close together to use an ordinary
( constructed a giant flying boat, he is in'years and'wisdom. His nameis to improve the breed so that it bury on July' 16, 1928?" brush and for other tight corners,
"
'.' Mars, for the navy. Dr. Ralph W. Phillips. will be more,efficient as a beast of "Was LaGuardia there then?" make a "right angle brush. Cut .
i' However, the new Kaiser wooden When f talked with him, he had burden and as a milk giver, at the asked the friend."I the handle off an ordinary brush 'I

;;."' transport plane will be so big that just returned from giving a little same time. dunno," replied Walker, "but if and fit the remaining stub of
; ', the Mars could almost be carried neighborly advice over the back Of course, the Nomadic people I asked that question he could denyit handle into a hole'bored in a pieceof
r; inside. Its fuselage alone will be big fence to our Chinese neighbors. He'sin who live on the great plains of until he was blue in the gills. ,A wood about 10 inches long.54j .

:s f, ': enough to hold a freight car. Its charge of genetics investigationsfor northern China, who live from their lot of suckers would ''still believe ----
'I wing spread is 100 yards and it cans the Department of, Agricultureand herds, use the milk as food, mostly there was something fishy about him
:, carry a pay load of 60 tons, in he was loaned to the State department dried in the form of casein. They and Waterbury!" .
.addition. to gasoline. '' *" along with some 21 other ,also store buttr. They have the yak
At one 'time, the najty got so in experts, to go over to,China (at the and a hybrid animal, ::1" cross between Sid Sheldon reports that a com FOR MIIOJ KHEJUD PAHS Of
sistent, that the contract for the invitation of the Chinese) to look a yak and a cow, which is pany of boys from the. Army Signal 55 RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
plane be cancelled that famous rec- around and see what ought -to be called a "pian-niu." Corps were sent to the induction station -

ord-holder Howard Hughes, now a done to improve their stock. The chickens in China aren't for overseas physicals. One of ".
g partner of Kaiser's, had to plead' For you and me and most Ameri- much to crow about either, I takeit them (in the army three years) wan-
'c with the RFC to let him continue cans, even those who don't know from Dr. Phillips' description. II dered into the wrong line and woundup
The big flying boat is being financedby any more about a farm than to think they lay ,only 50 to '60 eggs' a year, being examined with selectees.The .
RFC funds, and Hughes actually "shorts" are just underwear, a cow nobody complains. There, too, final doctor told him he was 4-F. ,;'
promised to put up a $500,000 per- that doesn't give milk wouldn't be breeding from selected types that "But," protested the soldier, "I'm .'.'
formance bond in case of non-ful China already has would be a great already in the !" .
it
But believe Army
much of a critter. or Large BottleU$saHBi! )'li!>-Small Size 60c|
fillment of contract, plus a guarantee not, one of the results which it is help. "Nonsense," snapped the medico, *CAUTIOI. ISE OIlT as DIRECTED* \. .
to pay all costs personally be- hoped Dr. Phillips' trip will achieveis Dr. Phillips likes the Chinese don- "get dressed and go home!" At ALl GOO DRUG STORES or Bt MAIL ID tcceipl ol price | i{
yond a certain date. to explain to the Chinese why keys and in spite of personal experiences The poor soldier got back into uni- McHEIL CROC CO. 'lac. JACKSOIIIUE 4,

The big plane should be finished cows have udders.FirstHand on their backs, thinks Mon- form, returned to camp and said fLlI"j
early in the summer. golian horses have possibilities.Very nothing. How do, you explain to a
Facts good mules are produced by Top Sarge that you're 4-F? Shroud Is Bridal Gown .U-;'

FARMERS GET A BREAK The Chinese know many things crossing the Mongolian mare and In Japan it is the custom for aa .. '.;,l
Chalk up a score for Congressman which we don't know, but Phillipshas the dontfiey. But the Mongolian horseis engaged woman to make a burial ;:;
Lyndon Johnson of Texas and put between the covers of a a little, tough-mouthed, flat-with} Congress refused to put another shroud for herself. She wears it '
Economic Czar Fred Vinson in help- book now being printed in China, a ered, crooked-legged animal whic'" heavy tax on horse racing. It imposed first when she is married, then ; ,:

ing the farmer on the price of eggs: lot of things that the Chinese never could be greatly improved with 30 per cent tax on night clubs when she is dead. '.:,.,f,
,:' also in cutting the profits of dried- knew before. He got his facts first inter-breeding with a good saddle! where servicemen get real recrea- .Iit
tion. has .
Racing a powerful lobbyin
egg manufacturers to the tune of hand, traveling over most of the unoccupied horse strain. '
several million dollars a week.It parts of China with the Washington, and the night club ;'
anda No Ordered EffortDr. owners (with a 600 million dollar in- cONsriPTION
happened through a queer quirkin Chinese Minister of Agriculture
had first-hand experience .. dustry) had a very weak lobby. 4
price ceilings. The price on dried good interpreter, and collated Phillips'
eggs had been fixed by the OPA at them against his own expert knowl- with these little animals whose Some Chicago cafe people, how- SLOW YOU UP :::;
25 cents a pound, but meanwhile the edge of animal husbandry. But as ancestors were. tough enough to ever, sent the members of the Ways 0 When bowels are sluggish and you :<
and.Means Committee (and the Sen- feel irritable, headachy, do as ,millions '
Asia but I":
price at which farmers were sell- he said to me, if you know anything carry Ghangis Khan across do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern ,,:
ing their eggs to the dried-egg proc- about a cow, a sheep or a horse, are too tough to follow the bridle if ate Finance Comm.) large posters, chewing-gum laxative Simply chew <
essors dropped from around 40 you don't need an interpreter to tell they get other, ideas. which burned the legislators to a FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed, .!';: i
,cents a dozen to 20 cents a dozen. you! what's the matter with it. Up until now, there seems to have crisp because they know they are taking only in accordance with package ;''"' ,,
true. The show thousandsof directions-sleep without being dis- : : :,
,Despite this drop in price, the dried- It was a hot day in Washingtonwhen been no ordered effort by the repre- posters turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
'.. egg processors continued to get the I interviewed Dr. Phillips and sentatives of any other foreign coun: people throwing away their moneyat relief, helping you feel swell again. Try :';.:
,', benefit of the high ceiling price, he had his coat'and vest off. try to assist in the improvement of race tracks. The caption: "No FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy ;:
while buying eggs from the farmers "I'm a shirtsleeve diplomat," he Chinese livestock. 'Missionaries here tax"here! They had a powerful lobby and economical.A generous family supply ,:' ''<;.

,J-' at one-half what they did before. said to me. and there have introduced better t!
>' The spread between what the When I learned a little more of grades 'which have had an influencein The opposite side shows men in FEEN-A-MINT 00101 J

T. farmers got' paid and what the egg the details of his particular job, I the immediate vicinity, German uniform in night clubs enjoying '
;, processors sold for was so great realized that it was one fii which missionaries brought in -some nice themselves dancing, etc. The cap- ,t ,t1
that the processors were making you had to take off your coat and fat pigs. Others introduced good tion; "These boys are giving their Mouse Sings; Bird BarksA .::, .,:7
money at the stupendous rate of roll up your sleeves. Among other chickens and cows. But these were blood and had no lobby. They "pay certain kind 'of mouse in Eu- ':'.::;-
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$6,000,000 a week until Texas' things, he' rode several hundred only a drop in the bucket. 30 per cent extra for their fun! rope and Asia sings like a canary, :t'
That tax is the highest on anything
Lyndon Johnson stepped in with pro- miles over what the Chinese laugh- The Chinese ,Department of Agri- in and a large bird, found only in .':.';
tests to Judge Vinson. The latter ingly call roads, in ancient auto- culture itself is a new thing and has our history. New Caledonia, barks like a dog.
has now upped the price which the mobiles, and a good many miles on very little background of training or
farmer gets for his eggs. the back of a very tough Mongolianpony. experience. Perhaps the one most The Intelligentsia: Tommy Har-
important influence has been the exchange mon, the hero, will do a book on his MEDICATED POWDER

RUSSIAN WEARINESSU. This friendly, easy-going shirt- established between Cornell war adventures for Crowell .
S. officials j just back from Rus- sleeve scientist typifies anew order university and the University in Poet Joseph Auslander's "The Un-, 40 YEAR FAVORITEwith

sia report a war weariness among he is part of a new, honest effortas Nanking. A number .of experts in conquerables" (poetry in epic form) thousands of families aa it relieves
the Russian people. This is not to ( one member of the State depart- agriculture have been trained at is his best Senator James A. itching irritation of minor skin rashes-

be confused with military strengthor ment said to me) "to establish a Cornell and have gone back, to Mead's book, "Tell the Folks Back the baby'sdiaperrash.soothing, medicated Sprinkle powder on Mexsana contain-,
weakness. Obviously, the mili- relationship of people to people"rather China. Home," will arrive May 8th via ing ingredients many specialists often rec
tary machine is operating with an than a relationship of diplo- Naturally with such a large pro- Appleton-Century ,. Kyle Crich- ommend. Costa little. Demand :Mlle:sans.KILLS .
efficiency such as never before. mat to diplomat,. or government to portion of the population illiterate, ..ton of Colliers once wrote "the nov-
For 25 years, Russia has been government.Dr. it will be exceedingly difficult to el is a dying literary form. Storiesare
torn by war, revolution, or internal Phillips witnessed the effectsof spread the information even when best told via straight reportingor
,.t strain. Even during days of peace, the great migration of the the Chinese leaders themselves are biog" Kyle's first novel,
: the severe economic effort deprived Chinese government followed by its trained. "The Proud People," is in its 3rd j,.

r- the ordinary citizen of many'elemen. universities, its people, its indus- The present Chinese government, printing .' Eighty-seven year oldS. Many
: tary comforts of life. tries. This great movement, en- despite the fact that almost every S. McClure (founder of, the old Insec r ;:
.:: But now, they see victory around forced by the Japanese occupation, ounce of energy has to be' turned McClure's mag) will receive the Or- ,
the corner and want it to come opened up vast territory in western toward fighting, the war, has shownan der of Merit plus $1,000 cash prize l on ,--,:,
quickly. Beyond that, they see security and northwestern China about which interest evidenced by the wel- from the Nat'l Institute of Arts and '. ?"

t" coming from cooperation with very little was known and with come reception given the various Letters Stanley Richards' new Vegetables, ,:''
,. the other big powers of the world, which the rulers of China heretofore American representatives, and the play script (a cartoon in three acts) :']
giving them the time necessary to have been very little concerned. For United States on its side has soughtto is titled: "Marriage Is for Single 44O flowers &5I :'. \

build up, a state in which, according the sake of this discussion, Chinacan improve its relations between People" When Billy Rose hears Shrubs'Tob.ceo ;
to the precepts of the'Soviet philoso- be roughly divided into two people and extend its influence by about some heel or no-good he

phy, the dignity of the individualcan quite different agricultural domains.In this activity which is a part of the marks the name down on his very CA.mkal ByDroduebw Corp.Incorporad .
be recognized and enjoyed. the crowded eastern provinces, cultural relations program. long Drop| Dead List." I ( LoubrW..K.ntucb


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Western Newspaper Union. Health i is the first of all liber-
"t- G SCREEN q 10 ties, and happiness gives us the

,, <- By VIRGINIA VALE mros.9[ energy which is the basis of
i for May 14
Released by Western Newspaper Union. health.Amiel.In {

: and Scripture texts se- the poor man's garden grow
i CTORS come and actors go, by International ;
I JL\ but it looks as if the Ameches .... Education; used by Far more than herbs and flowers,
.M y :y.? + } ; ?% xH:! x F 9? er :w M ; Kind.thoughts, contentment, peace of
i would on forever. AlthoughJim mind,
go }, ; .
,.y,, ; ;;,; THESSALONICA
Jr., now barely six, says he ,{?( .; '" tw And joy for weary hours.

wants to'be a mounted cop when : Acts 17:1.4; I Thessaloni- MARY HOWITT.
he's right There is a destiny which ,
he grows up, doing
: Rejoice always; pray makes us brothers; none goes :
member of .
well regular
as a : in everything give thanks.
his alone.-Edwin Maek- :
I the cast of CBS's "Big Sister"; he 5:16-18. way
ham.
got the role a year ago when none of I
f
the child-imitators suited Director missionary-minded .1

Tom Hutchinson. Jim Jr. can't read, not just "happen." They

so Jim Sr. coaches him in memorizing of the preaching of a

the lines, then stands behind the 'ful message by a ON THE ;

cut-down mike and cues the boy sacrificial messenger. ( E FRONT I
with gestures; young Jim looks at enter. in, but these are rt1 .i


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I ; I Thessalonians 2, re YOU have :
DO a large wall
r MO3 F should be preached and somewhere in
: yiyrx< &lU" rlk space your
a preacher is needed. house that looks rather bare? Why

dead or unseccessful not fill it with a group of matched
learn the secret today
brackets on which you may makean
i iI y aa'x new life .for Christ. attractive arrangement of bric-
I ii rt Christ the Sav
i a a-brac and trailing vines?

I v :y yr Y ., : ). This sketch,shows a set of three
4 Nn already met the varying brackets in a quaint old-fashioned

I ytiv a.;q:?; }?:pin5+ .,,d,,.. persecution and accept- heart design over a davenport in
Q now come to Thes-
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Help Yourself to a Salad! and .established a CU MARK PATTERN PIECES TO

(See Recipes Below) oU THEN CUT
j jI the message which so 14"SHELF OUT WITH
COPING
Salad Magic I in this great o rtaTCH SAW OR
JIM AMECHE JR. Lynn ? Well it not soaE eaacxETS ply
I was HOLE$ SAW

I him instead of at the rest of the Sid.in season.summer, winter I I preachers in large :
seem to think) series
cast, and it's one of the most amus- fall and spring, but in springyou or literary dis- 4G:

ing and delightful things to be seen can really ; New preached Christ. D '
in 'any of New York's many broad- have all the vari-I
Biscuits our sin. These people
casting studios. ety you want. in that needed
they a
0 There are crisp
-;. Orange their problem.. There 1
[ aplenty, ", RA
'
Fernando Alvarado was a veteran greens other questions, which

: actor when he was ycung Jim's age. perhaps fresh Recipe have discussed, but he 1 w- ,;:;t; GLUEet

He's ten, and has been in pictures 's from your own to the root of their dif
nine years and four months, has 5 garden, and loadsof showed them "that is fourteen inches wide with one

had speaking roles in 50 feature pic- fresh fruits and salt, butter, needs have suffered." of the matching smaller bracketson r

tures. His newest one is "The Fal vegetables to complete the demandsof enne, paprika death of Christ there each side. The sketch also

con in Mexico." health and satisfy the appetitefor pineapple for Paul shows how easy it is to cut out the
really fresh from the garden any man. heart with knife
tG. y.Wild gradually. design a sharp
"' in the folly of a "blood-
Bill Elliott tried for 12 yearsto foods. lightly. Add -as though there were after boring holes with a brace

convince Hollywood casting,,directors Everywhere you go you hear people and cook in and bit. Any school boy who has
: that he saying, "A salad is just the double boiler the use of a coping saw or maybea
really was a cowboy. for our justification. It
A series of pictures in which he thing, or ""I want something green til of custard that Jesus died, jig saw may make these graceful

I played Wild Bill Hickock gave him and crisp. It's a sign of spring, sistency, that is in our sight. brackets.
' this desire to eat foods that fit with *
'' : his screen nickname, and at last move from man has died for his
.. the and freshness of NOTE-Mrs. has
spring.A Spears
newness prepared an
::; he's been recognized as one of the gelatin in hot but none has risen from actual size pattern for all the pieces of
11 best horsemen the screen has' ever new-idea for serving is to try a stirring : could not. be holden this set of wall brackets, with completed
,
\{:,. had, a cowboys' horseman. He's salad buffet for it will save your When .i'I. He arose the victori- "for cutting.'assembling'and fin-'

t creating the role of "Red Ryder" in preparing individual salads for ev- whipped, ishing. The lines of these brackets 'areso
4 well proportioned that you will be proud'
? Republic's.new series based on Fred I eryone. Simply set salad ingredi- cut in small to be the Christ. He to own them. Ask for Pattern 263 and en-

r\f,. Barman's .cartoons. ents in bowls, park them on a tray ries, canned a man, more than a close 15 cents, which covers cost and
and whisk them into the Address
dining room peaches, mailing. :
--- and an earnest teacher.
f! for everyone to make up his own combination)
When Anne Shirley showed up on anointed One, Himself
combination. In the picture illus- on platter MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
: { the set of "Here Comes the Bride"with our Lord.
trated above will notice Bedford Hills New York
: If) ; an inflamed eye, Producer-Di; you the pepper. presented to the Jews Drawer 10
k:.,: bowl of salad dressing is surrounded greens.
rector John Auer didn't send her "the Man of Sorrows"
by crisp greens, and then thereare Shrimps in Enclose 15 cents for Pattern No. 263.
I i home; he had Anne and Phil Terry ) resurrection de

,'r'" play the picture's five kissing scenes. bowls of grapefruit sections with the main to be the Son of God Nama ............,..................
\\ ., avocado pears, strawberries, pearsor without
i, : "You will please shut your eyes peaches and stuffed with per (Rom.. 1:4), their Re Address .............................
i, )' :, ..... when you kiss him, Anne," said prunes and part: Lord. Blessed results
cheese
II ;{: Auer. "We will make it come true cottage or cream nuts- preaching (v. 4).
' ,all the for
'I makings salad for helping
that love is blind. And the camera -Approved of

I': [f.,: never picked up a glimpse of her inflamed yourself to any combination that ap- 2 No.1 2:1-12): .

I I' r.; eye.Helen peals to you and your guests. 2% cups a man with a true St.Joseph(

; ftttLi./ Salads can double for both the 1 cup nullifies its value ASPIRIN iWDRLD

; :. Holmes was a star of silent salad and dessert course, or they rcup in which he presents 'S LARGEST SELLER AT UP

i films. Now she's on Hollywood movie can be the mainstay of your lunch- Yz cup manner of life in the

I sets again. One of the actors in eon for the club. 2

I'/ "" RKO's "The Falcon in Mexico Salad-Dessert Loaf.. Yz teaspoon faithful (vv. 1-6). One Feet Tell FortuneIn
China
\ ." which stars Tom Conway, is Blackie. (Serves 6)) Yz cup temptations facing the fortunes are usuallytold
Salad by reading the lines on the
Helen Holmes directs him. teacher of
1 envelope plain unflavored gelatin preacher or
3 whole soles of the feet as well as the
;: Blackie is a cat. 1/4 cup cold water is to let his fear of men
", 8 green markings on the palms of the "
,.. -; 2 egg yolks adjust his message, to hands. '
.; "Lives of great men all remind 1 tablespoon melted butter or substitute Ripe olives flattery, to please men. 1i.
.?:' us"-of Warner Bros. Following Combine "bold in our God" (v. .

??: "The Adventures of Mark Twain," % cup mild vinegar and green to deceive or miS-

(4i: the studio has eight other famous 3 tablespoons vinegar dressing, (v. 3), .seeking only tiGHTENS '

: lives lined up for us. "Rhapsody in i/2 teaspoon salt Just before (v. 4)), not trying r
"MffSKM
-. Blue," film story of George Gersh teaspoon paprika mayonnaise. for himself or gain
win, is completed on the Few if garnished smooth words r/. LllI'htenstanned dark blotchy ,
; way are grains cayenne, desired men by 'k akin, externally caused, thai
the life stories of Will Rogers, Audubon % cup milk ( claiming a high po y ;, easy Dr. FRED tniick-actlnz Palmer's way.. Sklc Use i

a':. Marilyn Miller, Cole Porter, 2 tablespoons canned pineapple juice ml'' over men (v. 6). Y kv't Whitener ltnoteetiefed.Mon.yBaek.i day as directed..
; ;/
f" Vincent Youmans, Broadway's Sime' 1 cup prepared fruit affectionate (vv. 7-9). 2Sc at drUBTfpsU. Fre.Sanip1..Send3cpostre.Gslenol
.
f
; .: Silverman, and Marine Sergeant Al 1 cup evaporated milk, whipped those who are faithful, '.' +,,,..t\ Ucpt. T.Box 264.Atlanta.Ga.
'"G, Schmid. the truth DR. FRED PALMER'S .
preaching
cold
in
Soften gelatin water. Beat SKIN WHITENER
!: / --7: of their work by be-
egg yolks and salt. Add vinegar,
,
., Carlo Ross is thanking his stars unkind. Here is a
for fan letters. Six weeks ago this :: : : of us need to learn. Feather Money

'. young war worker was engaged by subtle (v. 7), a man must In the Santa Cruz islands in the
J. L. Grimes, originator and producer Lynn Says: makes it just cardinal quality of South,Seas, wives are bought with

of "Musical Steelmakers," to should be that he money made of feathers.

sing just eight bars of the program'stheme Give Yourself Health! Egyp- 1/ cups or she a gentle- .I

song each week. Those eight tians cultivated salad foods suchas crabmeat not, there is not real
bars of song every Sunday impressed onions and garlic; Romans en- 1 cup life.

1,418 listeners so much that they joyed chicory and lettuce. Why 1 cup c not only a message,

wrote to Carlo, in Wheelingandnow shouldn't you? Yz cup,, -his very soul (v.

he's a featured vocalist on each Your cues to a good salad are 2 to whom he minis-

"Steelmakers" broadcast. few but important: ingredients 2 "dear" to him. The I I 1

-.;". should be well chilled, attractively Salt and looks down at his con- Y

When visitors to Hildegarde's"Beat arranged and served with the Mayonnaise hardness, and per- NOW WEAR YOUR PLATES EVERYDAYHELD
the Band" proper dressing. Most fruit sal- Combine I for some individual,
program hail her Toss COMFORTABLY SNUG THIS WAYIt's ,
ads take en.
a whipped cream dress-
and find '
"Charlie" she's this
as delighted. passage
It washer well I so easy to wear your plates all
ing or cooked dressing or serve,
father's name, and when she mayon- Raw of success. day when held firmly in place by t
was a child in New Holstein, Wis., naise flavored with fruit juices. unblamable (vv.10-12)- this "comfort-cushion"-a dentist's
it was the custom for the childrento Occasionally, in the case of a 2 cups life before God, Paul formula.

call each other, by their father's bland fruit or citrus fruit, a 1 cup raw live righteously be- I. Dr. Wernet's vent sore gums.

I ,, given names. Hildy was born in Mil- french dressing is a must. J4 cup thus to stand unblam- Powder lets you 2. Economical;
Seafoods usually Vt cup enjoy solid foods small amount
): waukee and acquired her famous are marinated them and before his
before mixed with other Cooked -avoid embarlasts longer
.'. continental ingredi- is a life worthy
t manners in Europe.
Marinate Mix rassment of loose 3.Pure,harmless,
I' ents. shrimps
crab-
of God (v. 12). plates.Helps pleasant tasting.
pre-
meat, etc., in french dressingeven enough the preacher
I't: Beatrice Kay, singer-comedienne Get the most was AIl cln1ggim-30 .Mo ey bade iI not elig/ded
t. though
you may use mayon- to his listeners, "My
} : jf the air's "
j; "Gay Nineties willmake1 '
ys meat roasting
I naise to hold the salad together. what I mean by
her debut
t picture in the bers by writing
very The above trick may also be tried ." The true preacher 1 't I
future. Rose's Newspaper
: near "Billy
: Diamond
I. with potato salad. It improves be satis-
will never
Street,Chicago
? Horseshoe, in which she has a fea- 'jroyyo.ERIH.THEWOIID11P'r.
flavor.
self-addressed signpost, pointing a
; tared role, is going into production 1
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PAGE FOUR ___._._' THE OLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY... :.MAV'.-- io- 1944:.


The Clewiston News closest, to filling the office in the I WAVE who received such serious injuries be held Wednesday evening at 81)WANTED TO RENT
same manner. Let's elect Caldwell! In an accident the Naval p. m. Interest Is growing in this -' ,
I Base in Jacksonville a few months I Apartment .
service
and many blessings are be- or room. im
Published every Friday CLEWISTON in Clewiston NEWS,, tN:N M:N:N:w:N:..N:..:N:N N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:.. I ago that it necessitated amputation I ing received. Why not you be with
Florida, by the of one of her limbs and who through mediately. Any thing
Inc. its this next Wednesday and enjoy ;
the intervening months has been
good Christian fellowship? Bring
hospitalized at Jacksonville, has just considered. Box 7188.
Withir your Bibles and enter the worship.
Entered as second class mall matter arrived at the Naval Hospital in ;
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In Choir,'' practice will be held Thursl'day Clewiston. 1 tc
cr wlstoD, Florida, under the Act of Philadelphia where she Is to be fit- I'
evening at 8 p. m. All those
March '3, 1887.CARR ted with an artificial limb. The
who will help In the choir are .
Our story of her trip to Philadelphia as
Boys quested to be 1'0-1
present. FOR SALE .
One five
SETTLE, Publisher [we heard It indicates that she had -

--- I Jacksonville quite an exciting with voyage a storm by ship en route from I Special Band announcement-The will not have any more Sunbeam ':burner Florence 0 i 1 '

Subscription Hntc-$2.50: Per Tear inthe' meetings until the second Thursdayin v
which blew the boat off Its course. in '!Stove, built-in oven. A...
On Application
Advcrtfnlng Rates Anyway Launita is in Philadelphia '
now and before long will have the The officers and teachers of the I L. Reese, Clew iston.: :.
Service best that science can provide to help Sunday School ;will meet at ,the a
;
Devoted to the advancement and welfare ( I "
of Clewiston and Ilenary County. her overcome the handicap imposed church Friday night at 8 p. m. I Florida.. 1 Itp
!iby this unfortunate accident. This Sunday Is Mother's: Day. .
i s I Every church in town ought to be I. .
I
EDITORIAL M N N:N:N NON N N..:N:N NAM M:..:N N:..:N NN, :NN, :...:..:,I We have little difficulty imagin- I I honor filled to our capacity mother and and more.mother'sGod Let us' LOST: White silver fila-
NATIONAL ling i just how relieved and excited (

ASSOCIATION The following letter is from Lieut. (Mrs. :Maldon Wright and other (II Sunday.by worshiping Our: church somewhere extends! to this all gree bracelet-night ofOanc'eValued
Carl Hansen whose address is an 'members of her family miist have
../IiunIJtA- the new comers and all the Harvest
com-
APO number at Mimai which indi- been to learn that her'brother, Dick I
munity a cordial invitation (
cates that he is somewhere in the 'Fitzhugh, had survived the trap in very to
make our church church home as keepsake. Reward--
your ,
Caribbean area: (which his battalion was wiped out
CALDWELLNow The Clewiston News, !"in Italy and was back on U. S. soil while in our community. We wel- Mrs. Janie Clew
VOTE FOR ( come you.IFOR Ragans,
Clewiston, Fla. again. Now we'll all be anxious to

that the first primary is over Dear Mrs. Bowden: I learn just how he managed to escape iston Inn. 1 Itp
I thought it best to take this from this disaster for there were ,
six
and the field of gubernatorial op- I' .
few of the which returned to SALE 1941 or r oSI
candidates has been reduced to two portunity to write a few lines to I group I

It Is well' to consider the merits of express my thanks to you and those I the base alive.* sJ I'' 1,942 Chevrolet radio I The Fuller Brush Mart
the two remaining run-off candi- who are responsible for having the
dates and come to a decision as to Clewiston News sent to me. It I Mr. and Mrs., G. M. Ford this :,$65.00. Call W. R. Twill be in Clewiston the
the better man to occupy the Gover- really makes a person feel good to :week received formal notification I
nor's Mansion in Tallahassee for the know what everyone is doing and I and an emblem showing that their Moore, 34 or 106-W, lend of this week and the
coming four years. how everyone is at home. I"son, Lt. G. M. Ford, Jr., had been.
I made member the Clewiston. 1 tp first of next. Ite.1
a of CaterpillarClub
Having long since made up our Have been very fortunate in get-
minds which of, the two we feel to ting to see many parts of other I by the Irving Parachute Com- ,
be the most capable we can only countries yet none of them could in pany 'for the jump he made when ..
heartily endorse the cndidacy of any way possible compare with any I he bailed out of his plane' over Germany -,FOR SALE 5-stack 'FOR SALE Bailey..
Millard Caldwell and do everythingIn part of our own USA. [ last June 22. Morris is -now "
a prisoner of somewhere in the battery brooder electric. Smith
war davenport. Solid
our power to insure his electionto Once again thanks very much for I ,
this highest state office. the News and the. best of everything Reich and we hope that before Mrs. O'Neal Bear walnut
another winter rolls around 1 he'll be Ralph good springs,,
In the first primary voters of this to all of you back home. We are
county overwhelmingly supported I r all 'proud of you-all because we his home experiences.to wear his, pin and tell us I Beach, Rt. 1 Box 158H| tapestry material. Mrs.
Senator Earnest Graham of Miami know that you are all doing more
for the candidacy and it is quite..l I I I than your part to end this war so 1 ItC; IA. H. King. 2tc.

likely that had all South Florida I I I I that once again peace may reign in I Visiting the Fords last week from I __H_ I ..
., counties given' him their support he ==the world. / I the Pacific war theatre was Lt. Wm.
would have been in the run-off. But, Please extend to all in the servicemy I Farris I of Georgetown, S. .C., a room-

they failed to do so and those who best wishes and here is hoping I mate of Morris' at Citadel. Lt. Far- I Today's FUN & 8 G RAM By Peters I t
voted the first time for Graham will we will all see each other again real I Iris has been flying against the Japs
have to make up their minds be1 1 soon back home.In i and.tells something of a different "-
twee n the other two candidates. I all sincerity, |story than most of those we hear.

We won't bore you with details of Carl H. Hansen. IHe says that the Japs have some
their respective qualifications and I Many thanks for the letter; Carl. which are almost as good as s rd-' Don't plan on your "ship
experiences. Sufficient to say that We're always glad to hear from any I ours and says we needn't kid ourselves coming in" soon with a,new
Caldwell is a man who makes but of the boys wherever they may be. that they don't know how to car aboard it. Let us prop-
one promise-to make the best governor I s fly 'em. He figures it'll take fouror erly service ,the one you've
of Florida that it is possibleto I I From L't. R. L- Coker an all too five. years to clean the Japs out ; gotl1243I .
'' ,of all the islands they now controlin .,.
be. On the other hand his op- short note this week giving a changeof
ponent, Lex Green, will promise address from the Naval Section the Pacific. Ty.la.. HENDRY
anybody anything at anytime and his Base 'at Port Everglades to the Ho- ;
political record'\' far indicates that tel Patricia, Miami. Lt. Bob is just FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHH. COUNTY 4

he is either unable to fulfill these now :;)returning to duty' after two C. Meador; Pastor''J A vm rAV I _' .., '1
promises or feels that once the elec- months In the Naval Hospital in 't ; ya" 'MOTORS

tion is over and he has' won that Jacksonville and is now on the staffof Sunday School-9:45 a- m.
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the purpose of the promises is serv- the Commandant, Seventh Naval Morning Worship-11:0(1( a. 'm..
ed and may be forgotten. District. Youth Choir-3:30 p. m. CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA.

Personalties also play a big partin R Training Union-6:45 p. m. :Lt$5$
making a successful governor of Pfc. Evelyn Hare, one of Clewis- Evening i Worship-8:00 p. m.
a great commonwealth. Caldwell is ton's WACS who is serving her I Prayer :Meeting Wednesday at
quiet and reserved with a dignity "country in a clerical position at Fort 8:00 p. m. "Her fiance' won't marry her until his ship comes in-

that is unusual in a politician and Benning; Ga.. is spending a nine- There 'will be a special program He's.on it."
yet is the kind of a man that stands day furlough at home with her mo- I presented at the evening worship ,

out in a'crowd and instantly im- ther, Mrs. Maud Hare. This is this' Sunday by the Woman's Missionary ,,;
presses one as a person of unusual Evelyn's first time off since Christ- Society., "Light for the I
charm and ability. Green also has mas and it'll take her the full nine i Darkness" will bring you face to
4 the power to impress people but days to get caught up with visiting j(!face with Mission work in the Niger

in a different way. His is done by her many friends' in town. j(i Delta of Nigeria, West Africa. You l)1)1i G. M. FORD
his oratory and mannerisms, a typeof !!don't want to miss this program.
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political campaigning similar to I Another change of address car'd You will go away inspired and enlightened I

that practiced back in the latter daysof this week shows that Cpl. Jas. A. I by what the Gospel of I I CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR
the nineteenth century. McGehee has been transferred from Jesus is doing for benighted peoples.

. Florida has grown up." Spessard' Greenville, Miss., to Blytheville, "Come bring your friends. There will Specializing In Everglades Surveys
Holland has made the kind of ,Gover- Ark. 'I I be a large crowd'and you want to .
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have needed. Let's follow part of it.
nor we i jbe |
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up by electing a man who can come S2c| Launita George, ( Clewiston I J I 1 The mid-week prayer service will i

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J existing in Glades and Hcndry Coun- imum rates of special taxes or assess- which aad amounts for which, such Municipal Bankruptcy Act and other
Supporters Meet ties; authorizing the issuance of negotiable ments to be imposed against the landsin redemptions shall be effected; authorizing I Acts of the Congress of the United
bonds for the purpose of refunding the several zones or classificationsof Board of Supervisors of said States, having for their purposes th.'
With L. L. existingobligations of said lands set forth in this act and providing composition, settlement or refundingof
i a Shickey District and for the purpose of rehabilitation procedure for the levy assessment District to permit owners of land indebtedness of drainage or improvement -
of said District and providing and collection of such special situated in the District, or anyone having districts; authorizing: the
procedure therefor Providingfor taxes or assessments; creating c rtaln'funds an interest in such lands, to pay foreclosure of tax liens and certificates
A group of friends and supporter; appointment of a Receiver for said for the monies of the District; in full all taxes or assessments to bo by the Board of Supervisors of
default in the ascertaining, determining and declar- levied for the year 1944 and subsequentyears
paymentof
District upon said District. ,
of candidate for Con-
L. L. Stuckey
such refunding bonds or interest ing benefits accrued and to accrue to to pay the principal of and interest I
:. gress from the new Sixth Coagress- coupons appurtenant thereto to be issued the lands within the District by virtueof 1 on the outstanding bonds of DISTON ISLAND DRAINAGE I
in conference with pursuant to authority granted by works and improvements hereto-. the District a.nd bonds issued to refund DISTRICTJ. I
tonal district met
. this Act, and prescribing the powers fore constructed, providing for the such outstanding bonds and E. Frlerson ,
i., 'Stuckey Saturday afternoon at Hotel l and duties of such Receiver; providingfor cancellation, compromise or settlement providing procedure therefor; author-\\ Chairman Board of !
I Pennsylvania in West Palm Beach the foreclosure, by the holder of of certain unpaid taxes or assessments izing said District and Its Supervisors. I!
refunding bonds which may be issued heretofore levied or assessed Supervisors to comply with or avail J. M. COUSE. f
for an informal ,get-together. I. pursuant to the provisions of this for said District and the liens or itself of the provisions of the Federal l Receiver.
Meeting with :Mr. Stuckey in the Act, of tax liens or tax sale certifi- certificates representing such taxes I ,
cates evidencing taxes or special as- and assessments, and authorizing and I
.afternoon were out-of-town sup- sessments levied or assessed by or for empowering the Board of Supervisors
'portera, including T. E. Hagan,, said District; changing or modifyingthe of said District, the several County
zones in said District for the pur- Tax Collectors and Clerks of the respective i
Vero Beach; T. J. Kindred Fort pose of taxation; providing for the Circuit' Courts to take certain
'Pierce; N. P. Payette, Stuart; R. E. levy assessment and collection of special I action in connection therewith; providing -

:, ;_' Kurtz, Fort Myers; 'E. L. Pope, Pa- lands taxes in said or assessments District, as against rezoned the in which redemptions for extension from of tax time liens within or FRJENDSMy i

hokee; E. G.. Kilpatrick, Port Ma- this Act; providing for a flexible sys-I certificates may be made, and pre-
William Fort Pierce tem of taxation and prescribing max scribing terms and conditions upon
:.yaca; Free ; .
P. R.: Witham Stuart; J. B. Johnston I

Fort Mjere;, R. L. (Sam) Ciiastain .:":":":":":":o(": ": : :"-o-':,,:,,: ,,:":":":":":o."r. :":":":" :":":":":":":":":":":":;':":. ,

Pahokee; O. B. McClure. Pa- 'i.f.

r hokee; J. B. Brewer aId Miles: sincere thanks for the splendid \

Warren both of Fort Pierce, Mr. !f.Thanlis Folks! !

: -and daIe.r .Mrs. Jeff Roach, Fort Lauder- support given me by. .the voters of Hendry ;

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County May 2nd.. I:
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FOR PASSAGE OF SPECIAL OIL A

LOCAL-LEGISLATION :;': I appreciate the nice vote you gave X: I II II I

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That I .A
., ,at the special session of the Legislature : t me in the' first primary. Please continue ::?
of Florida which is expected to :* I will appreciate your continued
convene in 1944 application will be
made for the passage of special or local 1 *! fine support through May 23. :
: legislation, the substance of which ; your in the second Thanks.
primary.
i. shall be of or part of the following: :I support
An Act relating to Diston Island ::
i! Drainage District;, a drainage district :
!t. .. .:*:. Sincerely, y$



f-' .ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR POLITICAL i J. O. DAVIDSONy HARVEY S. DYESS ,


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t' FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: .-. ._. ..-. .-..... ..... ................_...._._"_._...._......._-...._-.... ._.....__. .........!..!...!..._!M-_ .. .. .. -. --...-._..;..
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t., 'for the office of county commissioner ,
District No 2, 'Hendry County, sub- ;
jest to* the Democratic primaries in ..
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r .May.r' ,
Your vote and support will be greatly '. j
L appreciated, A Fair, ,.r
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FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT : : I
\ ]NO. 2 'r i I. f..ftiY I
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I I wish to announce that I am a ,: j I :i i
candidate for reelection to the office ..: :; :
r. of county Commissioner of District v !
E ,No 2, east LaBelle, subject to the will ., .
,of the voters of Hendry county in the '. .
i :May 2 primary. Members of tha coun- :
a
t- ty board saw fit to make me chair- _
man when I was first elected four ." .
years ago, and again two years ago, t:;,'.'. l. iiI ...
an honor which I deeply appreciated ;
V Since I have been in office I have t.,!. ,-tl": .
tried to serve my district and thecounty 'I.
at large to the best of my abil- .
ity. This I will continue to do, if re- ; ." t
l flected. The vote and support of the : \ : r'j-j
.people of the county will be ap-
preciated. Thank: you. L.- S'J"U C KEY

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, << wish to announce that I am a candidate / _r- ; ,_ :
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for County Commissioner for Distract ;
:. : No 3. I have been a resident of : .1' ., .. and a Fair Answer : .. ,,. '. .1J1I 1
f' this section for 31 years and am very f : .. -:. _
i.; much interested in county affairs In .
1 ,'. asking for your vote and support, I .
: f .promise, if elected, to give to my district .
: ,: and county at large the best
;,' ,service of which I am capable. Most
' '. -sincerely, ,

.' ;"'.',, .(Paid Political PAUL Advertisement.O'BANNON.it ) For 33.years has unselfishly served t


;' it:: FOR -COUNTY-DISTRICT- COMMISSIONER NO. 3 L 00 KS Stuck e y South Florida in his role as private / SUCCESSFUL \


' 1;"" citizen farmer and businessman. Du51NESS

Ste. This is to announce that I am in the
:. .: race for County Commissioner of District LIKE
LaBelle, to the
fr." No.3 subject MAN
, &i:', wishes o-f the voters of Hendry county Has been successful in the management w
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tN. -as expressed in the May 2 primary.
a > I am a lifetime resident of this section SStuckey of his own affairs in /
it. ;. :and deeply interested} in its welfare j .
'.- and development. To this end, if elected -
'' It';:: I will give the best service of which South Florida
.. :,. I am capable. Your vote and support S Sj r
i J'. will be- greatly appreciated. Thank
< I. you
'r R. B. WALDRON. L 'Is not a politician. His interests mare
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FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONS
'f ,',..-f, ", DISTRICT I O. 4 and identically'
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* 'i. I wish to announce that I am a can- T T ,
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.. Commissioner
: didate for County fori
i ;'': ,' District No.4, Denaud, subject to the Represents NO special or''
,; :/ decision of the voters in the :May pri- group

, '" maries.:for 49 years I have and lived am in interested Hendry county in its j tUCi'ey clique His only obligation is '

" progress and welfare, and. if elected I
:' will 'devote my best efforts to serving to YOU: -the voterStuck
v ; 'the best interests of the county and
" ;, its people. U
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HARVEY S. DYESS.
'(Paid Palitical Advertisement) Respects your sovereign right to wQJJ ;

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l' I vote for whpm believe best. /
I,; FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONS you .

\.,. DISTRICT -NO. DE\AUD -2- fitted for the job l

1 wish to announce to the voters of
,:>: THendry county that I am a candidate C
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r for reelection to the office of CountyCommissioner C
of district No.4, whichis
Fort Denaud. I am serving my first COMPARE CONSIDER ;
term in office and can honestly say -
that during this time I have done my J
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best to familiarize myself with the affairs .
of my district and the county as .
a whole to the end that I might be : '
able to give an efficient as well as con- '' .
scientious administration. In askingfor K' K
another term, I pledge my best efforts -
in a continuance of the same *
policy. Your vote and support in the ;
Map primary will be appreciated. rr- .
A. J. EVERS.Paid When I vote do I'' want a
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.y FOR SHERIFF i'E BUSINESS.'I [ MA Jt I I I LAs


,f-' didate I wish for to reelection a-nnounce that to the I am office a can-of : or politician, i

Sheriff of Hendry oounty at thQ primary
,: election in May. I have tried to
y.. conduct the 'office in a manner to justify .
I another term, and I will appreciate -
My In
your vote and support Y Representative Y.
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BILL MADDOX. ;

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FOR SHERIFF CONGRESS !


' 'l. f-' I wish for to the announce office of that Sheriff I am of a Hen-candidate FOR .\ fO'R

dry county subject to tho democratic Thanh you,
d primary of May 9th. If elected, I will
conduct the office in an efficient and CONGRESS STUCKEY ": CONGRESS'Businessman
L. L.
business like manner to tho best Interests -
of all. Your vote and support
will be greatly appreciated. Candidate for CONGRESS I
. H. H. (MACK) :McCALL. (Paid for by friends of Lennl Stuckey)

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A,1 :SIX THE CLBWISTOX NEWS ,ltI..A.Y; MAAT 12. 1041
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One Run-Off On know the fundamental concepts up- dividuals have a high moral dignity!I closely allied with Christianity; and I Yoke' 16. 1946, '
Only{
II I on which our democracy is built. Forif because of their relation to their I all that is un-Christian is also un- This is > published In com-
pliance
with .
,Glades County Ticket we are going to preserve- democracy : Creator; and as his sons their personality i democratic. And yet, how few people I Florida Statutes Sections 1941.279 08 and 270.6J..
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I ; we ought to know the nature of realize it! We who are so The Trustees reserve the right to
fe;; of the highest value, is : :reject; any aid all bids
the thing 1 we are trying to preserve.' anxious about defending democracy .
EY .
ORDER .
in- of Trashes of the
the. '
Wiggins hurts
Sheriff J. J. indeed the test of right-what
is, ? should ,, iternal .
then democracy be
!Wkat,. I IJ made to see that our anxiety Improvement Fund.SPESS..1.RD
.fcumbent:, aust rua in the second personality is wrong, what enriches
Wo may characterize it in some Is grossly inconsistent with our L. HOLLAND,
primary May 23 with P. E. Lundyas this is 1 personality is good. Democracy believes Governor.
"Democracy a.
puch way as : general disregard for religion. How Attest:
lie- seeks' another term in office. ''the of the that it is, i because of God's P.
high faith in'' capacity 1 1 ous about patriotism, especially the C. Elliot, Secretary.
This:.is the only ru'u-orf on the county common man; his spiritual capacity .1 purpose for man's development and' patriotism of' others who ignore! the No. 55-April 21, 28, !May I G, 12, M.
ticker iit neighboring Glades- I achievement that man has certain'
Ito discern' truth, to see and accept very many there, are who are nerv-.
county. J I inalienable rights, such as life, liberty .- ;
and, live, by ideals. Democracy! ie of cause,of religionand the,work of the NOTICE. FOR. Ul&S FOrt PURCHASE. .
and happiness.
the
pursuit
faith in, the power of.. persuation by : church upon which democracy was OK SCHOOL BUS-
Florida cattlemen haTe improved I non-violent" means Democracy "Democracy believes tkat man built and upon which: its future. depend -

:ft::half.njUios.: acres of pasture,, land j belief in,'the right o"f' the' is1 with such, splendid spiritual origin !' :Board Sealed of bids Public will Instruction be received\ ot Herftlry by the

'fn the last five years, and now have ,opinion to rule and the duty of and capacities' can be inspired and (Concluded Next Week County Florida, until three o'clockP.
Between seven ande million I minority to criticize the majority ,, led to,put the general,good.above his ) I for. M., on the 2nd day of Jun, 1944! ,
the purchase of One' 100 Horse
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--acrse of improved; pastures.. decisions; and, by every legitimate I own selfish interest and ambition; -- Power,' 248 inch wheelbase School Dos ;
-, persuasion, appeal to reason and 1 that he will find; his true happiness NOTICE, } Chassis, equipped with sixty passenger

ideals; to change the public opinion in' service; not in pursuing personal' Tallahassee, Florida. school to meet bus 8pccilcatlons'set body, all;steel construction up by'Florida -,
i ResponsibilitiesContl if they can. Democracy is be- 11 ambition Democracy is the political April 13; 1944 Department! Education.: -

---- I lief in the protection of a minority ,. and economic and moral: life of NOTICE to, hereby given that the Said Board reserves the right, to reject -
any or all bids:
: ''' Trustees Internal I
of differing people who live this faith. 'De- of the 'Improvement All bids addressed to Dr.
( from Page 1) in the exercise of its right by Fund of the State of ,,Florida will offer I'Q. should be
opinion, and of assembly! as I' mociacy is not a piece of ground for sale and receive competitive bids tendent E. Weaver., County School Superin-
LaBelle, Florida, and marked
All oftlfein ,
ticular spiritual r ol1rces well as its right to endeavor to' persuade which, if kept inviolate of the feet at 23rd Tallahassee, 1944. at ,12:00 Florida O'C,'oek Tuesday.NOON,May for. "Bid for Sch.ol Bus.'' '

can be practiced alike by saint the public."Democracy I I, of foreign soldiers, is defended. Democracy the following parcels, of land in HEN- (SEAL) DILLON HALL,
': by Christian and.-atheisti:' is not a house which, if no DRY COUNTY Florida: Chairman Board of Pubhc
and sinner' : is belie in, freedom I SEft and E% of SW'/J. Section 7; Instruction of Hendry
But it.is my conviction that there of speech and of assembly and of'press 'I enemy is permitted to bomb it, Is S% of Section 19; CountyFlorida.
: : N1h of Section 29, Township 46 ATTEST
:: defended. Democracy is not a form :
are other aspects of citizenship, otker r'' recognizing that many foolish ;, South, Range 32 East. containing C.' E/ Weaver,
j! of political organization which, if
'duties and responsibilities which are and perhaps untrue things are said 880; acres. County School Superintendent,
: '' no legislature is permitted to change Sale. of the above will be subject Hendry County Florida.
much more important and much by individuals and the press-and l II'I to existing grazing_ lease which Mar 12,: 19" 2?, June 2, 1M4.
it, is defended. We might in this
'more' vital to the sueeess! or failure I that in all humility we may say ,
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war overwhelm and defeat the Wlemy -
.'rof our democracy.. than all these ex some ,of? them Democracy is the belief -I ..
and lose democracy in the doing -
ternais.. 'To understa'1ld'"w.hat these that there is right as opposed I
of it Democracy, is so much a
:are :we need to look first .at democracy to wrong, eternally true and everY-1:
child of Christian religion that
unchanging the
itself to determine what is its where obligatory
and 'like it, root I there is no_ reason to suppose that
true nature. We need to understand law'of gravitation ,
Sand appreciate the, shall we say", ed in the character and will of God. where Christ has ceased to grip and Sincere Appreciation
inspire men the foundation of democracy -
spiritual character of democracy. Democracy is the belief in ballots, "

That is, we need to know the deeper, not in bullets, as the way to decide can be maintained. The
relationship between the Christian
intangible moral prineiples{ cinderlying aB issue. I"Democracy {..
, : our democracy. We need to is the belief that ia-: I religion and democracy is. such that
I the good health of the former is t

I i absolutely necessary to the preservation '
Thank folks for file
the
I of the lattw. you, support
oj
The ideal of demofriacy i is primarily -

a, religious ideal Oar demo- you gave ,me on May 2nd.la.. refctfrn
cratic form government, drawn t
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Sincerest up by God-fearins: men, has its basic
Appreciation piiociples rooted .ant grounded. in I shall;, try harder than ever to give to fcke

; I IMany the Christi reli ion'. And yet, .A ,
1
1 II great many of those' who are now
I most concerned :about defending our office the best service possible; m wkofe-

democracy see a to have forgottenthis n

fact. Many, mazy of those who! with ....i,
hearted cooperation all districts of
lit call themselves patriotic are ignorant -

thanks for yourt' splendid of the fact that' the success and

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(" well-being of are entirely
: democracy
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".. the county. .
I dependent upon the vitality of re-

"' support in the primary os May 2. i ligion. Patriotism and Americanism s f ; .

u., now very much the order of the .. .. .
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day, but how many: who are so zeal- .. :

ous about them are very deeply interested Cordially. yours, .

&; !; in reM ioR. All tbo few, I
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., contin- assure you' But I maintain, that- if
I will
appreciate your
", I we profess, to believe in democracy; .

we' cannot ever be, really patriotic J '. _"-. ._ _ .

I tineJd'. support through May 23. ; ', L I if we are not also letegious.! '-

I Democracy is not simply a political ] William T. Hull

system, or a form of govern

I ment. It is ,a way of life that is

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Florida's war problems and post-war problems will
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":; returning service men and women highway improve-

)' ments .employment for war wrokers these- arc some .
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"Glad you dropped in, Judge. I was just stock feed. Only the starch is removed I Safe Hands When You Elect
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trying to explain to Mary what told -j
' you us during' distilling...the part recovered is a
down at lodge last night. .about all the highly-prized concentrate containing valu '

grain used to distill war-alcohol not reallyable proteins, fats and carbohydrates. The

., : being used up. She didn't realize it, either." distilling industry really has taken a leading

"It's true, Mary, 'Wherever the governpart in the development of new cattle and Minard Caldwell (1

ment has permitted distillers to purchase poultry feed products' from reprocessed

the equipment necessary to reprocess the grain. ..products rich in vitamins, Bi and

used grain, at least 50% of the feed value B2 so essential to satisfactory growth 1 I

((25% by weight) of the whole grain is and production. And the recovery of grain .1 I

being recovered and returned to farms like will apply also to the making of whiskey Your Next GOVERNORPolitical

yours in the form of premium-quality livewhen production is resumed;" .


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| Charley Bolton and E. M. Cro. Ensign and Mrs., Francis B. Smylie I I I for a larger and more active organization | other courses and several American
I nette spent a couple of days the firs t stopped at the C. R. Krueger home next year. j service men.
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I( of the week in Jacksonville on buss. while en route from Farragut, I I The dance was in charge of the-

: [J Personals ness. Idaho, to Key West where he will Large Crowd At I Service Mother's Club with Mrs. S.;;
1 I be stationed. Mrs. Smylie is a niece P. Sloaaker, Mrs. Long and Mrs
> Pfc. Evelyn: Hare of Fort Ben of Mrs. Krueger. Cadet Club DanceThe Echols as hostesses. Eight cakes

I I ning, Ga., arrived Monday night to were baked and served free to,. tbe I
Misses Carmen Mizelle and Mill -'\spend a nine-day leave with her Ladies Aid Meeting dance which was held Wednesday group.
dyed Mizelle the week-end mother, Mrs. Maud Hare.
spent
r' i I I night at the Cadet Club to "I
I with their parents in Arcadia.i I At Church ThursdayThe welcome the new "class of RAF DAUGHTER BOn
I Miss Lillian Kenny, Mrs. A. D. cadets -i I It's a girl at the home of Mr. and- i
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I I I at Riddle Field was well attended II Mrs
i Pfc. and JIis. George Roberts and Enfinger and Miss Letha Stacey I Carl E. John on The young i
Ii I baby spent the week-end in Im- \//spent the week-end in Fort Lauder= Ladies Aid of the Community I by both boys and girls and danc- lady was bon).Thursday Corning and'' 1
mokalee with relatives. dale. Church met Thursday afternoonat I ing was enjoyed until eleven o'clock. I weighed nine and a quarter poundsat i
I I the with While the greater number' of cadets birth.
church Mrs: David C. A name has not yet been, :
Mr. and Mrs. ,Robert Dacey. were I Miss. Muriel Merriam was the Hancock in charge of the very in- ,present 20 there were were from the others new Course .; decided upon. Mother and daugh.. i!

in".Everglade on a fishing; trip Sunday guest at a surprise birthday party teresting" program on "The ,Christian many, from I I ter are doing nicely. !
Home. Mrs. F. E. -------- -
given in her honor by her parentsin' Conkling pre- I---
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Lake Harbor Tuesday evening. I Ih I

;..+, Ray D. Yoder f-of Moore Havenvisited I. -' .,;' was voted that the name of the i / ,' .: I ,'.'" ";:lu1ill.lill, !
his- mother, Mis. Daisy Mrs. Richard Yoder left ';Wednesday organization: be changed ,to The Wo ; ac3
Yoder. here Friday night. I I for Frankfort, Ind., where she is man's Association of the Clewiston : :t
f. Visiting her parents and taking Community Church. ti

: Mrs. V. C. Woodward and Mrs. E.'I' medical treatment.J. Hostesses for the meeting were I Dont
i- C. Mills were business visitors in I Mrs. E,. W. Durst_ and Mrs.. Chas. Bol- _. rely on a i j
LaBelle on Friday of last week. E. Beardsley attended' a meeting ton.
of the Everglades Drainage Dis- .:.
: Members attending were
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I W. N. Martin was a business visitor i trict Board in Miami on .Thursdayof J.. E. Beardsley, Mrs. Bolton, Mrs. _. ivislt. + 'I

in Tampa Tuesday and last week. G..H. Brown, Mrs. Conkling, Mrs. I
r nesday. wed-l J, H. Doty, Mrs. E. W. Durst Mrs.
(i Mrs. R. Y. .' Patterson returned C. W. Fuller, Mrs' Hancock, Mrs. O. .f..
Ir Attorney, R. K. Lewis ,of West Thursday night from West Palm A. Jones, Mis. W. A. Lewis, Mrs. W.L. bone
r Palm Beach was a business visitor peach where she spent several days i. Lott, Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs
Y' here on Tuesday.' for medical treatment. I II V. A. Reams, Mrs. Jos. Robbins, Mrs.S. r 1..
P., Slonaker and Mrs. Daisy; Yoder.
L Miss Dorothy Knight spent the I / Mrs Agnes Prange of Los Angeles New members are Mrs. I. Lee ,Parker ,_, ..:

\\i past' week-end visiting her parents I Gal., arrived Monday for a Mrs. Long, Mrs. Echols and Mrs.R. ::1
I in Alachua. I visit of several weeks with her C. Granere, Jr. "
f daughter, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and :

Mrs. J. L. Herndon of Moore Haven 'family., ATTEND TAMPA MEETINGMrs. \
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J,1 spent :the week-end here with m
E. C. Carnell-Sara, who has been .
her sister, Miss Julia Dyess. R. M. Bishop, newly-elected .
assistant liason officer with the f. IrA
president of the Clewiston Garden .
----- { Jamaican, labor through the sugar Club and Mrs. E. L. Stewart are attending -
f: T. D. Markette of Fort Myers spent savings account =
t?;- the week-end here with, Mrs. Mar j harvest, left 'recently for Phila- the meeting of the State :, ?4
j delphia. Federation of Garden Clubs in Tam-
.{ kette. with insured
; our
I : pa this week.
"', 1\IizeIle', t
Miss Laura accompanied 2
S. Sgt. and :Mrs. Arthur Delaney by her mother, Mrs. O. E. Mizelle of Parent-Teacher Assn. ) safety: will provide :
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and Cpl. and Mrs. Conwell spent Moore Haven spent Sunday in Hollywood -

,: the week-end\ in_Miami.Mr. f with her brother, Harold Mi To Meet Tuesday Nite the things you wantI: _
['zelle, who is in the Naval Air Gunnery -
and Mrs. Robert LaFlower,i i school there ::;
.. and WO| Ed Rheulander were in _' Mrs A. O. Ward new president I A

Miami over the week-end. i Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn left Saturday of the Parent-Teacher Association, ..::..
Announces this week that a meetingof .:.
for Moorehead City, N. C., where she
the association will,be held in, the ; {.
1 Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and will spend the summer months as
'' school auditorium Tuesday night at .'l".
'Miss Mauryue Prewitt were visitors office manager at the Atlantic :
in West Palm Beach Saturday. ( Beach Hotel.Lt. eight o'clock and she urgently requests :
every parent and teacher to ; .'..
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Mrs. Lucille Shapard of West Wm. Farris of Georgetown be present. .;..
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last of
Palm Beach has taken a position as S. C., spent a couple of days here meeting .:...
school year and committees will be
desk clerk at the Clewiston Inn. last week as the guest of Mr. and o. :af
L -- Mrs. G. M. Ford. Lt. Farris was a appointed to serve during the coming .:V:.
.' Pfc. George Roberts, who is stay roommate of Lt. Morris Ford when year. The new officers are .:..
tioned at Brooklyn. N, '''Y., is, spend- they were students at The Citadel anxious also to meet as many of the

J;; .. ing a furlough here with his wife and he has just returned from the parents as possible and lay plans I jiaiiiiiiiiiii
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Johnny Was for Making I$4BLACK$! T = tij:

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presented the family with twins, : 's//rss/Ss'MWsSs/SJ,9ssyj

and the household was in a state jqbtJ
of excitement. Father beamed t' < CLIFFORD NIGHT N 5 RVICE Two More Ears I'

,, with pride as he took Johnny on Elsa Chatficld Is disinherited by her parted that night; we do not know : a judge. Lombardo started slightlyat One morning some university

one side. Aunt Kitty who died of an overdose of why, the reason for his visit never I Rogers' question."I students brought a donkey into the

"If you'll tell your teacher about, morphine. Hunt Rogers and Barry Madison having been explained before his lecture room.
> to Mexico to solve what they be. think, Senor Lombardo, said "Take "
seats
she will give go your gentlemen,
it, I'm sure you aday's death. Did he have some motive to
be Aunt murder. On ar Rogers, dropping with smile into
he said. lieve to Kitty's a said the professor. see there'sone
holiday, kill the
Next
find that Elsa's party has woman? came Dwight Spanish Pedro oi
riving they "you will let out more of this "
you morning.
That afternoon Johnny came preceded them by plane. James Chese- Nichols. Rogers nodded in jail when I finish telling you who i is
home radiant: "I don't have togo bro is murdered, Elsa's father, Sam, Dwight's direction. The latter merely the guilty Lombardo's only -

L. to school tomorrow," he an- meets death from the sword of a marlin' sat and smoked calmly, listening response was person.an involuntary liftingof Suppose they call them "song
nounced proudly. when his chair breaks, toppling him into without offering to interrupt. the hit;" because they'd never be
eyebrows.
the sea, and George Rumble Is murdered missed. v
"Did you tell your teacher about and thrown into the sea near the dock. "Dwight Nichols profited by some "However," Rogers took up againin
t::' the twins?" asked his father. Rogers questions Berta, Sam's wife, and two hundred thousand dollars at the English in a more serious vein,
'
r : examining the quirt with which Elsa death of Katherine Chatfield, because !- To Forget
"No, I just told her I had a on "the name of the guilty one must ?
baby sister. I'm saving the other had beaten Chcscbro discovers by twist of some jointly owned property. wait a few minutes longer. I will "Haie you forgotten "that five spot I
; ing the knob that it conceals the knife Dwight has stated that he was let you have last week?
for next week. come to it at the time. But "
proper "Not
f give time!
that killed Chesebro. summoned for yet; me
some reason unknown -
Now Continue. now let us look for a moment at the
tf" to him, to advise with Miss death of
N.: Sam Chatfield. His is the

I',' Bees Used in, World War I Chatfield., Margaret Nichols was most puzzling in the entire series.So .
CHAPTER XVIII jealous of Katherine Chatfield, be- CLASSIFIED
much seems accident, so little
By Huns to Defeat British cause she feared her husband's love may have been the handiwork of a
Y: "In the presence of Senor Lom- was being stolen from her. She, murderer.
A nut had come unscrewed DEPARTMENTPLANTS
bardo and realizing the implicationin also, made a visit that night. How-
;' Several hundred swarms of from the swivel mechanismof
it that killed Chesebro?" ever, Mrs. Nichols she
you says got onlyas
bees spelled victory over a convoy the chair in which Sam sat in
I For only a fraction of a second far as the entrance hall when the
: of British soldiers during launch. If the' chair had not
did she hesitate, then she answered I someone dashed out of the house in
; I. collapsed there is little likelihoodthat
World War ,
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calmly, "Yes." panic, someone who, she says, did Hall 500 now, ready. Nancy
located I he would have fallen overboard, -S1.40. 1000-2.50 5000 and over
( The bees were strategically Senor Otilio Lombardo, jefe del not see her concealed behind some $2.40 per thousand. Porto Ricos 500-$1.65. '
', Germans probably none at all. Did somebody 1000-S3, 5000 and S2.75
?, by the along an over per thousand.
. policia, came up the Orizaba's lad- drapery. That person admittedly ( remove the nut? ,, Safe arrival guaranteed.'
overland route to be followed by der the next day but one, followedby ADAMS PLANT CO., SIIARON TENN.AGENTSWANTED .
'.; the British. As the British approached Dr. Miguel Cruz. On the heels "And, yet, I know of no motive

.., the bees were aroused of the doctor came the barefooted, III 1 I '+ / /A / upon the part of anyone for the
.', by the electric shock of a dry-cell ragged mariachis, Felipe and Pan- I+I i death of Sam Chatfield. Of course,

'i-,": battery. The angry droves one never knows what's between a BO trees
swHrmed' furiously the sur- I cho."I 'husband and a wife. Did Senora and sprouts. Enough for gallon $1.20.
upon
Saves labor,
have puzzled much, gentlemen money time. Agents wanted.
prised caraven, and soldiers as ," remarked Lombardo in Eng- ;. Chatiield have some motive unknown -

well as mules and horses sufferedan lish after cigarettes had been lighted to us, and did she learn in TENTS
agonizing death. some manner which seat her hus-'
"about the confession of Senorita
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Chatfield that she killed Senor : band would occupy on that fatal ex- $15-TENTS-515 '"
cursion in the launch? But-let's Get one now-fine for camp-used army
Chesebro. I do not understand it, 16x16 tents. Guice Realty Co., Biloil, Miss.
NZMIRRITATIONSOF drop Sam Chatfield's death for the
I CAUSE and I take no action. I had come ,
EXTERNAL moment, and goon to George Rum-
that evening persuaded that it was
ble's. I think that in it we will find HOSE MENDEDLadles'
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better that I
derma- despite your promise,
bumps, (blackheads), and ugly! broken- keep Senor Barton in jail for the something of interest" -perhapi the Hose l\lended-Mail us your hose
.: out skin. Millions relieve itching, burn- murder of Senor Rumble. But when key we are seeking. for Satisfaction repair. Free guar.estimate.Troxler Hosiery 24 hr.Mending service.

ing and soreness of these miseries with Senorita Chatfield 'speak I am confused -- Lombardo shifted in his chair and Co., Ill-A E. Gaston St., Greensboro, N. C.
simple home treatment. Goes to work at
t' once. Aids healing, works the antiseptio senor, and do not know whatis looked away for a moment to the
way. Use Black and White Ointment onlyas best to do." tall towers of the church. Doctor ART WORK
directed. lOc, 25c, SOo sizes. 25 years' A faint smile twitched at Rogers' ( % dry Cruz crushed out the spark in his

eucccss.cleansing Money-back is good; soap.guarantee.Enjoy Vitalin fa- lips and he looked away across the <., : cigarette under his heel, and for a photo CARTOONS and $1.00.drawn SUPERIOR from snapshots DESIGNERS! Send,

mous Black and White Skin Soap daily. bay to the shore where the coco moment his hands were idle. The State College, Box 192, Orangeburg, S. C.

palms seemed _to shoot like bursting mariachis were growing restless, ,

green rockets into the sky. I WrW/4/( understanding nothing that had been
'r Judge States "There are many confusing thingsin said in English. Reed Barton sat Women Staff Hospitals

All of the 83 past and present this affair, senor," he remarked. easily with legs crossed, and'Dwight Three hospitals in this country

justices of the Supreme Court of "They have puzzled me too, but I 'continued calmly to smoke. have medical staffs consisting ex-
the U. S. have come from 26 clusively of women-the New York
believe that I can explain them all "There are motives recognizablein
states, and 42 have been from only now." the death of George Rumble," Infirmary for Women and Chil-

6 states: New York, Massachusetts "I would be very glad if you Rogers began once more. "For dren, the Women's and Children's

Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee would." Margaret Nichols there was no opportunity hospital in Chicago and the New

and Virginia.ooooeoeooooe. "Four persons have died, Senor Senora Chatfield has ad-' England Hospital for Women and

Lombardo-Katherine Chatfield in mitted she went to the wharf that Children in Boston.RHEUMATIC.

: \ California; James Chesebro, Sam night to find someone, to send for,

Chatfield and George'Rumble, in her husband's fishing equipment.Felipe Kused

Mexico. The explanation must in- ,G and Pancho went on that errand -' PAIN

? clude all four. It must be logicaland for her. She returned to the .
'tO net our Day-G t otter II Now
aY there must be proof." yacht. She asserts, however, that Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve -

"Yes, of coursesaid Rogers. she did not see Rumble, who was pain of muscular rheumatismand

01GO "Sam Chatfield and his wife, Ber- murdered on the wharf that night. other rheumatic pains. Caution:
Use only as directed. 'First bottle
ta, arrived in California for their ---- I There was a motive' for the murderof purchase price back if not satisfied.60c .

annual visit a year ago last winter. "And finally, there is Elsa," said Rumble on the part of Dwight and $1.00. Today, buy C2223.&PROPHECY ,.

The comedy quiz-1< They stopped at a hotel in Pasadena Rogers thoughtfully.was Nichols; he and Rumble quarreled

and, uninvited, went to spend only a short time before Rumble

.,. starringTHURSDAY the night with his sister, Katherine her, husband. Dwight Nichols died. Rumble knew that Dwightwas V

011\\ -Elsa's Aunt Kitty. That night says that he arrived only to find the man who rushed in panic 0

,' Katherine Chatfield was murdered.The Katherine Chatfield dead. Is he tell- out of Katherine Chatfield's house

6t t. method used was an overdoseof ing the truth? Is his wife telling the the night she was murdered; he heldit

} morphine, to which drug she was truth; did either or both, of them over him, as it were, and Dwight jJ fe'S.KJT r-.v -"- "

an addict, taking) it hypodermically.A kill the woman?" Rogers halted to believe I it was for the purpose of \

very faint odor of chloroform de. sip from his frosty glass. blackmail.: After the two separated "

NIGHTS tected the next morning by only one "It is all very strange, Senor Rog- Dwight in the presence of Bar- 1 Heralds'MUTUAL SYSTEM Male.nd Quartet Other 511'' _"
King's
investigator furnishes the single clueto ry Madison, Sam Chatfield and me
said Lombardo ,
stirring
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what happened. A few drops of easily in his chair. "How can you made a remark which could be interpreted a&L!NWoU! lwutssruusax tOmxuatr lA

chloroform on a handkerchief, I be- discover the truth in so compli- as a threat. He said that

on the entire BLUE network lieve, suddenly held to the unsus- cated a case?" he would have to manage some" wayto WCSC WISE-WAYS-WEAL-WATt-WRD W-WBML
pecting victim's and in quiet Rumble definitely.
nose, kept "
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Rogers a crisp- WPDQWTSPWDBONewspaper
CONSULT YOUR place during the brief and violent ness coming into his voice, "we Dwight_was unmoved by this ,recital logs Show Other Stations
struggle which probably followed ; he tapped the ash from his
LOCAL to the death of James Chese-
NEWSPAPERMcKESSON come
and the victim 'jr.H; 55-v ".J.'W,:[<1 :j. 1 was unconscious. cigarette and continued to
bro. Of these five who could possi- gaze
& ROBBINS, INC. There was necessary only to load bly wish him to die? Senora Berta calmly at Rogers. The latter pausedto
CALOX TOOTH POWDER the hypodermic with an overdoseof sip his glass of limeade beforehe
Chatfield? I can think of no reason; "
MONTHLY
< To relieve distress of
BEXEl VITAMIN B morphine and shoot it into the .
COMPLEX CAPSULES I know of no motive, in fact. On the went on."Another i

i; ooooo eeoo unconscious fingerprints from victim the, wipe syringe'and away all other hand, Reed Barton and Chese- motive, not so strong, female VleaknessLydia.
bro quarreled with c other ove'rthe perhaps, is one that can be assignedto
the supply bottle,. and press the love of Elsa Ch Chese- Reed Barton. George Rumble E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
of the victim pound Is made especially for womento
Guides for Soldiers prints on t'jese things. bro had discharged B-. ....n from his had fallen in love with Elsa. You help relieve periodic pain with Its

f' The army now publishes 23 military "Either a man or a woman could employ. An excellent motive," he knew that didn't you, Reed?" weak, tired, nervous, blue feelings
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have done that, senor, Rogers be- -due to functional monthly dis-
commented. "But-Dwight Nichols "
dictionaries turbances.
26 generalpurpose "Yes.
dictionaries and 38 phrase gan again. "Now, 'consider these had been defrauded by Chesebro of "Again, Senor Lombardo," said Taken regularly-Plnkham's Com-
facts: Present in the house, besidesthe pound helps build up resistance
books and language guides for our servants who do fifty thousand dollars in a mining Rogers, turning back to the chief against such symptoms. Here Is a
soldiers overseas. not figure in it deal. That is a lot of money. Men "love is a possible motive. How product that helps nature andthat's
at all, was Sam Chatfield. He knew the kind to buyl! Famous for
sister have been murdered before now for strong? How shall it be evaluated?" almost a century. Thousands upon
that his the
was
mother of a much less, Senor Lombardo. And He paused only briefly. "However, thousands of women have reported
child. He knew that she not benefits. Follow label directions.
FDR QUICK RELIEF : only how about Margaret Nichols, the there's a very definite motive, andI Worth trying!
had refused to
acknowledge the fact, wife? Again fifty thousand dollars is to VECETTABLE
&J think the real one, account for LYDIAE. PINKHAM'S
but had permitted his daughter Elsa COMPOUNDWNU7
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'a lot of money-to a woman: Rumble's murder Rumble knew
to be cruelly slandered.
A Soothing C A I WIT, "Also in the house that night was "Yes, of course, much money," too much. He boasted that he knew I ,

ANTISEPTIC W/-tL.V lU Elsa, who openly and frankly atl* all murmured Lombardo, absorbed in who the killer was. What, in that 18-44
Used by thousands with satisfactory roe heard his own mental processes. case, will a murderer do? He will
times the
Cults for 40 years-six valuable as you other night,
ingredients. strike at the first for
Get Carboil at drug stores or writo has admitted that she hated her "And, finally, there is Elsa" said opportunity,
Spurloc -Ncal Co., Nashville, Tcen.i aunt. Besides these two there was Rogers thoughtfully. "Hers is a he prizes his safety above"all else. 0

Senora Bcrta Chatfield, who ever stronger motive than all the others And that'svhat happened.

i Court Tries Treason since she married Sam had resented put together, senor. A young wom- Lombardo stirred uneasily in his

I the treatment given her by an's good name is her most valuable chair. "Who, Senor Rogers," he
Treason U. S.
by a army or navy her sister-in-law. possession. You are Mexican, and asked, "heard Senor Rumble boast For You To Feel Well

man is not tried by a courtmartial "Rumble, who had done' can understand the word revenge. that he knew the murderer?" 24 hours every day 7 days every
but by a U. S. District court. some pub- I week, never stopping, the kidneys filter
licity work for Katherine Chatfield, Elsa was willing night before last to "Barry Madison, Sam Chatfield, waste matter from the blood.If .

"came to receive his pay, which was permit the inference that she had Dwight Nichols, and I." kidneys! more must people constantly were aware remove of how Bur-the

refused him. There was an argu- killed Chesebro. Senor, is Pedro, "So?" plus fluid, excess acids and other wast

For ONLY lOMw ment and hot words, and Rumbleleft. the pulque seller, a lying scoundrelwho Reed Barton shifted his feet matter without that injury cannot to health stay in there the wouldbe blood

But he remained in the neigh- seeks to protect a woman, or and cleared his throat lightly. "Ishouldn't better understanding of wAg the
I Less than borhood uncertain whether or not does he tell the truth when he says be left out, Hunt. Rumble to whole function system properly.is upset when kidneys fail

he should return. Did he go back that Dwight Nichols is the one who hinted very broadly to me that _he Burning,scanty or too frequent urination

and kill her?" ::1 killed?" knew who killed Chesebro, then is wrong.sometimes You may warns suffer that nagging something back-

0 "That night, also," Rogers wenton I Lombardo's face was puzzled; he closed up like a clam when I asked ache, headaches, dizziness rheumatic
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pains getting at nights swelling.
evenly, "Reed Barton was at was now hopelessly at sea. A frown him about it." Why not try up Doan' Pills You will

Katherine Chatfield's home to give had gathered on the forehead be- Rogers looked at him sharply, as be using a medicine Doan'estimulate recommended the function the
country over.
her a book sent by Chesebro. Reed tween the slitted eyes of Doctor if to determine whether the state- of tho kidneys and help them to 4
a dose has been very frank to admit that Cruz as he followed the intricaciesof ment was made in a vein of bra- flush out poisonous waste from the
blood. They. contain nothing harmful.
". .. T Use only as directed. his father's death-a suicidecanbe the problem as set forth by Rog- vado, or because he wished to be Get Doan't today. Use with conCdenca.
laid at the dead woman's door.A ers. As for Rogers, I could not helpful. For a moment he was silent At all drug stores.

I little leniency shown in a critical escape the conviction that he was and then appeared to shift his ap-

time would have saved his property enjoying himself hugely at the ex- proach to the problem cf RumbJe'f

for) him. Did Reed Barton kill her? pense of Lombardo. His face, however murder b
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I 11OLLYIVOOJI" I II The Questions 8. Which way is shorter to Japan i',

: : from San Francisco-by way of
/ AN 1. How great an area does the the Aleutians or via Hawaii?
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I :<, T TAKES an actor to direct an 11a Vatican City cover? 1))'
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2. "Ad valorem" is levied '
A a duty The Answers ;j
,I : actor, says Irving Cummings.
,', Well, he should know. Cummings according to what? about''
: 3. How long will it take 1,000 1. The Vatican City covers
spent years on the stage and screen
airplane workers 40-hour 100 ,
on a acres.
before he directed such motion pic-
week to replace 60 bombers lost? 2. Value.
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"My Gal Sal." He believes that a 4. January 25, 1944, was the 3. One year. ,.. '
start of what year for China? 4. The 4641st year. '
man who has worn grease paint
I '. himself understands a performer'sproblems 5. A febrile person is what? 5. Feverish. f 'J
better 6. What is the average length of 6. Five and one-half feet. ''; !

an adult porpoise? 7. Guatemala. .

w than experience one whose has 7. What country is on Mexico's 8. By way of the Aleutians is ;'.';
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ly been to limited wielding sole-a .TFbk; : ,: ,; Y'7 LitI1ft5P southern border? shorter by .1,700 miles. ',!\


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"Actors requireunderstanding .
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To obtain complete crocheting instructions
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a divorce. Bowman is a returned rII t } f t. current war conditions slightly more timeis
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required in filling orders for a few of .L.
soldier who arrived from overseas !, 'm lliji5 b. \\" : t the most popular pattern numbers.
''.1' to discover that the marriage with ) I '! :!ik: .::'=im : .;; i Send your order to: <
Jean was perhaps hasty. Theirs is a 1: :'. '. i %ui iifii.: "l' 1 ::_.i;, '
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courtship, then the soldier goes 'tf : \\\\t: ; '''I : 530 South Wells St. Chicago. '.
i" abroad. When he returns the girl a1 ii ;;i \ %\{ ',
: Enclose 15 cents, (plus one cent to
r' and boy are total strangers. It's a .,.././,.:.;....G',, .. { JJl\; ". cover cost of mailing) 'for PatternNo :
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human situation one that's hap- i\\\\\...;.}. rtli'tl1.IJI.\." .$}\':::.::' :."\' i.".'.''' ................. -.".

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in Cummings talked the scene over. 1 iff&s !ttrtf&!; l! Address ............... '............. j
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f. a way. When a bit of busi- ':. ;; :!1.-; : ;:: I& :.S
ness didn't jell he showed the actors ;. : ';S::. .-:= JJIf \\ '' "

how he thought it should be done. :J -..; -i. 'f}.:::"::J:1Hg; : :.'" )"'.:-!...... .]
i Cummings acted it out for Jean and \t.:Sft:7! :il tS.: :4. d"'Iii .i'. TAME GIve It that well groomed
Bowman did it darned well, too. ;i @ :j: ii j'" look. Add lustre. Keep your ''
That 'i ::: \ II UNRULY hair lying flat. Always use 1
gave the actors added confi ; '
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lights to be, adjusted for the next ybu> need or pretty pinafore you cotton bags into the many useful i Tigers and panthers can imitate )

setup Cummings went on about the covet, or a sun-suit for little sister. items they are capable of becoming I the calls of many other animals. r
tJ f. actors-directing theory. The bag is the same cotton bag that under the magic of willing hands

holds your flour, sugar, salt and and minds not only serves herself
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day shooting.
other such commodities as are but conserves essential fabrics for #
k' Actors get first-night stage fright packaged in cotton. her country. SNAPPY FACTS
just as they do in the theater. I
One of the most fascinating and Under the slogan that "a yard ,
understand it been
f having through thrifty hobbies imaginable is this savedis, a yard gained for victory,"
it for
V I do best to
years. my mitigate
of not several but hundredsof
creating, ,
ix.i the situation. the Textile Bag' Manufacturers as- I
' : attractive and useful household sociation has prepared a 32-page
,'t Y.. ;. "Usually I.try: simple.casual items and articles of apparel from booklet "A'Bag:.tof Tricks for Home 1 13 4RUBBERA

; scene for the first few shots. Nothing cotton bags. It adds to the fun of Sewing." This free booklet presents I

I I too emotional or demanding. This converting bags into smartly wear-' practical ways in which bags can 5186 II I II I ;

gives an actor a chance to ease into able clothes if ,you keep a stock of be used to make decorative piecesfor i

"'., a characterization, get acquainted gay rick-rack: braid and colorful home, clothes for the family and ONE of the easiest of the famous researcher In things rubber J

., with his leading lady, and sense the boil-fast threads and yarns on hand very pretty costume accessories.For "pineapple" designs to cro- I reported that in 1858 the ; '<
t. pace and inflections of a particular chet-it takes 3 balls of cot-
just to give an extra flourish of the charming dress sketched only trade in rubber products ran I
;: role. trimming and embroidery touches ton thread-measures 16 inches between four and five million I
above to the left in the illustration,
+?!' :. "Too, I try to shoot my films as to the garments you make. There is I I the designer uses the bag fabric in across and is a charming combi- dollars annually and the industry '

close to the actual continuity of the no limit to the intriguing accents its natural color, highlighting it with nation of pineapple motifs, palm employed 10,000 I

?,' story as possible. It's cheaper for a that can be given to your chic bag gaily colorful rick-rack used to trim leaves grouped around a center workers. Vulcanization had ,
studio to have a film made without fashions, and at such a trifling cost, the low-cut U-neckline, the front diamond design.Monument been known less than 20 ;

'i.' regard to continuity of scenes, be, too. Then too, you can inject real opening, the pockets and the years then.

:.' cause of stage space and actors' drama into the bag-sewing programby sleeves.' The extra man-hours required In the
i commitments, but I believe a better dyeing some of the cotton of Stones From manufacture of heavy tires for mili-

'!i movie comes out if we'all start from squares in gay Mexican blues and The attractive pinafore centeredat States and Lands tary airplanes, trucks combat vehicles -
the the top is made of unbleached Foreign and for civilian buses
;, beginning and work steadily to- reds, yellows and purples. Make trucks
:._ ward its climax. That way, as on these up into picturesque peasant bags. You can either hem this apron and farm tractors mean that the
1 the stage, we get the feeling and dirndl skirts'and dresses that are all around or pipe it with bright A monument located in Lake, major share of the tire-building man-
"> tempo." worked out in striking color colored cotton bias tape-binding Front park, Kissimmee, Fla., is i power and facilities available must I r
p con- inI I be devoted to this job,(In the opinionof
: such as is available at all notion perhaps the most unusual one
; Irving Cummings should know trast. counters for 'few cents outlay. To the world. The shaft is made of John L Collyer, B. F. Goodrich
i a up
Best of all is the
;> about good pictures. He's been connected patriotic spirit president. These are the essential
give it extra fillup, trim it with, an stones from all of the states of the
with them 35 years. you show when you salvage fab-' needs from a current tire standpoint.
applique of flower motifs cut from United States and from such for-

,;, bright cotton print. You can buy eign regions as India, Palestine,

', It's 0.. K., Pal Print Accents packaged assortments of cutout cot- Egypt, South Africa, Turkey, ,
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ton figures and you'll find them a Greece and Iran.
', Joe Pasternak called up to tell me source of joy as they can be usedto There are 21 varying tiers in
S-- that Alec Templeton will be in "Cab- trim in so many effective ways. the 50-foot structure. At the top f;

1.-i ;, bages and /yr r 6 The dress ,to the right demon- is a three-foot sphere upon whichis
: Kings." He plays strates convincingly what smart perched a concrete American .

the piano and fashions can be turned out of the eagle with wings spread for flight.

r- also will conductthe unbleached cotton,bags. Gay'colored The bird weighs 562 pounds and e 'r

',,' orchestra for accents can be added, such as holds aloft a 20-foot flag staff from
several numbers, contrast piping or multi-colored which Old Glory floats against the I,

which is good rick-rack also the new green, red, sky each day. Townspeople help

: Mi1 Y. : news who to all of us blue and yellow plastic buttons collect the stones. ;i 1
'admire
respect -
which are being used in rotation.
and love Contrast bodice tops are excellent 1j j
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Alec .
,{, : Makesme I style and this same model could be I Twoay Canal I
:' a little m to made up in this way. Here's where
Alec Templeton read that Barbara the bags dyed in high colors can be 4

\' Stanwyck rrh. made to yield new glamour. Dye up Curious canal
:, : is the Cassquiare ,
takes a role intended for Bette Da- I
':," some of the bags you have on hand, in Brazil, which flows in one di-
vis. Barbara doesn't
have r
to take
you'll be surprised how effectively rection and then
part of the 'year
anything from anybody. There's a ." I Ii I I they work into the scheme of things. in the other the rest of the time.
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swell actress Ann Sheridan '",
assures me her overseas wardrobe <).: $:!" ", ; I|I The adorable little play dress This is a natural.waterway which, ..

,. will weigh only 10 pounds. That Includes .t'' : <0. ; :" ... j below to the left with rick-rack trim varying with the rain, flows into
[ is to set little the Orinoco river at flood tide of
three evening gowns, too pretty enough any
It takes old timers to give old timersa 1;' ,. girl's heart all a'flutter. The young- the Amazon and into the Amazonat I

job Veronica Lake won't do ster to the right in the little sun- flood tide of the Orinoco.

I i another ,picture until November f:(< ..", h; suit and matching bonnet is due for
: maybe not then. Little "Shut it I I applause at any style show. Note

\, Goldilocks," by her shenanigans Eye, /';$.<,)", r'pi' Gr'h !: the bolero, the bag and the weskit -_.-."_-"". i.'
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I ; and the bridge luncheon set, eachof
added $200,000 to the cost of "Bring MWJr*/ ,%, I
1 On the Girls." The day is past when ; which is made of cotton bags. Good Eating II
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7 even big stars can get away with J' <
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that.
A new style technique that offers Exotic Plastic FlowersWear itkl f r
: He Picks the Winners endless possibilities is that of using I

;q": Michael Arlen can't get anybody 'print for matching accessories and a lovely plastic flower on
r; -, to bet with him. He's too lucky. In as accent to the costume itself. We your. lapel or at the waistline of

! t January he made a bet with Edgar used to think that a print blouse your dress. These are somethingnew I FLAKES J :

..' Selwyn, $500 against $1,000, that the was the whole story but now in or- this year. The plastic (a new CORN
material with dull finish) is worked
der to make news a print blouse .
"..... war would be over March 1. Edgar
I t. died two weeks before time limit. must be teamed with something else into lovely realistic flowers such as 1 "The Grains are Creat Foods"y L rr .: ",
Q It's'nice to hear Betty Blythe has made of the same pattern. In this exquisite magnolia blossoms or /f J'i1'I
I FI, made a personal,hit in "Public Re 'instance a blouse is accompaniedby huge roses or poppies. These J Kellogg's Corn Flakes bring you

: lations" in New York. Betty was gloves of the same print. To fur- jewelry-like flowers come in violets nearly all the protective food elements C ORN

one of our most seductive silent si- ther unify the costume the wool suit also handsome daisies. of the whole grain declared essential I

j'' rens. While this play won't last, it has inserts at the shoulders of the "a to human nutrition. F LA K E S

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TACK THE CLEIYISTONER'S
TE'I I PIUDAY, MAY 12, 1044

I unary platform, program and ap- plans to see to it that they' can step i could be expected from that direc Impression
CALDWELL DECLARES{ approach remain unchanged. into the kind of permanent jobs that tion. Infantry regiments on the that they upon have many of the members -
"As I have told you in previous build families and communities.As I flanks had no better luck. asked that this
I talks with you." he said, "our chief a war veteran, Caldwell hasa "They still can't ,take it away paper publish it in full so that those

AGAINST TRADES IN objective is to win the war speedily.Wo close personal interest in the safety I. from us that we made a perfect Kiwanlans people of Clewiston have who are not '"
must keep all Florida's resources of the men at the fighting fronts landing,' said one officer, trying to may the privilegeof
mobilized to hasten victory. and in their future security. He en, be cheerful, and. that still stands." will knowing what was said. This
be done
TALK HERE TUESDAY i "After the war our first task will listed in the first World War as a mils.I in parts as space per-

I Abe to' provide jobs for returning ,private and. earned a ,second lieu Honey Bees- ,
I'veterans and released war workers. tenant's, commission through the I'' CLEWJSTON COMMUNITY

sec-rid The state can help in this directlyby ranks. (Continued from Page 1) I CHURCH

Tuesday into tho 1 using wisely the accumulated unemployment Caldweli made his first speech of lof excellent honey. David C. Hancock, Minister
the governorship compensation fund, by the day in Clewiston at and \
region, said in a noon The bees had apparently been
: Qkeechobee
Lake expanding road building and other closed In West Palm Beach I
Tuesday using the walls as a home for sever- I SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1944
-; 'public works and by matching In night. On Wednesday he returnedto al years, moving in between the Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C.

.the last few days that he really full the federal funds for old age Miami and spoke there In Bay-I( exteriro wall and the celotex inter- E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor
pensions to permit the voluntary retirement front Park. for wall A all .
it when he declared that he j couple of panels of celo- ages.Horning
:is meant not interested in trades. I Ito of those too old or infirm 1 I tex were so badly eaten by the bees Worship, 11:00 a. m. A
-"Several frantic efforts hare been work so that their Jobs will be Lost Battalion- |that.they had to be replaced. Severalbucketsful nursery for small children is con- ,

made," he said, "to swap claims of I available for :younger workers. 'I' of dead bees were sweptup. ducted by the Mothers' Club at the
blocks of votes for a The state can help also by en- Community Center. ..
control over ''bouraging and stimulating the prosperity (Continued from page 1)
of special privileges and The floors of the room have now "The Foundation of Civilization"is
promises of all producers. We rauat by seven o'clock in the the
morning been
the
patronage. I am not In- sanded and re-finished and the theme of the minister's ser-
political increase the earnings of agriculture, casualties
were already high. It walls painted so that ladies who will
terested."This election will be decided by ''industry and trade-including the I was clear that boh battalions were work on surgical dressings will find mon.Young People's meeting at 6:00p.

'the votes of free, independent citizens important tourist trade. I I surrounded by superior forces and that they no longer need to fear bee m. The discussion of the Bible
who think for themselves and I "I would like to help the farm, tanks which suddenly appeared on 'stings and will find the room' will be continued. -
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vote as they think best for good grove and vegetable industries, get the flanks, and made it worse. The much more pleasant place to wok.' You are cordially invited to worship :
and the future of Flor- rid of the handicaps that prevent I Rangers had nothing but bazookasand with us.

!government ida. I seek the office on that basis maximum production for war and sticky bombs to use against the Kiwanis. .

and on that basis only." ;recovery-the red tape and unnecessary tanks and although they destroyed ST. :MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL "

.Caldw. ll said that the hands of the bookkeeping, the bottlenecksin several, the odds were hopelesss. (Continued from Page 1) CHURCHRev.
the supplies and equipment, the Finally the men were ordered to ligion, .
stating that
'next governor, when he faces there are seventy S. D. Mason, Rector
unfair and discriminatory ceiling scatter and try to get back to our million
Americans
.serious problems of war and peace- who have not even
time readjustment, should not be prices and the restrictions which do lines and a handful managed to do I a nominal connection with religion. Celebration of the Holy Communion -
back-room not fit Florida conditions." so. I In closing the speaker said "The and
:shackled: by pre-election |I I i sermon every Sunday at
-man: pultttion. !,. Caldwell said he would help the "Just before 1 o'clock, 13 hours true patriot, and the only one 8:30 a. m., at the Clewiston Com-
"I intend to deal fairly," he said, tourist trade and business by adver- after zero hour, the radio com- worthy of the name, is the person '., munity Church.

'with all the people of this tising the state, following'up with munication stopped. who realizes that the highest well-, .. ,
with all groups and with 5tate--1 personal contacts and encouragingall "The relieving battalion had got- being of his country depends upon Farmors: are threatened with a
siding in all parts of Florida. I am legitimate enterprises. ten badly stuck on the road and was its loyalty to God and obedience to I serious shortage of legume and grass

hot going to make that impossible When the war has been won, he 'fighting for its life with a bunch of his will." I sedes-a vital link in food produc-. 4
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Tjy trading off new, in advance of said, we must see to it that the vet- German paratroopers, so no relief The talk made such a profound .!i tion now and for the. future. .

the election, special privileges, favors erans returning from the' fight- I
and appointments. iHg fronts find that we have kept

"When I said, in the early days of their government In safe hands. that

this campaign. that I would makeno I we have preserved the fundamentalsof '
simply that I American policy which they are .
:trades I meant
would make no trades." now fighting to protect and that we ; ; .. ),:;';;1:,:: 7' ..:," ::".:; ,>,

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