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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 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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I VOLUME 1C-UMBER 25; CLEWISTON, FLORIDA; FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1914 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.50 PER YEAR !

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KIWANIS LADIES ARE ,Commencement Plans SIX CONTESTS ON Five British Officers BIG CATTLE FEEDING

i Of :Seniors Announced From England Are


RAZZED IN TALK BY : BALLOT INRUNOFFPRIMARY : Visitors At Riddle FieldFive PROJECT LAUNCHEDBY

The Senior Class of Clewiston

I High School announces this week' TUESDAYThere British officers of the Empire SUGAR COMPANYThe

! c EDITORIAL \WRITER I that the the graduates commencement of '1944 will programfor beginon Central Flying School, England,

visited Riddle-McKay Aero College
Sunday evening, May 28, with
which will be only two races on here Monday for the purpose of United States Sugar Corporation -
baccalaureate sermon
Wednesday night was Ladies the
I.J;
\ the state ticket and six on the coordination of RAF training. is now engaged in a very great
Night at Kiwanis Club and Roe will be delivered by Fr. T. J. Geary,
Led by Wing Commander A. C. cattle
short ballot feeding
county making a very development on a
Fulkerson of: Hollywood, editorial pastor of St. Margaret's Catholic
.
for face when to Kermode, the group"included Squadron tract of eight sections
writer for the Kiwanis magazine, Church, at Sugarland Park Auditor- voters to they go just west' of
.;: guest speaker for the evening, made I he polls Tuesday to vote in the second Leader R. E. Stevenson, Squadron Clewiston which will consist not on-

i,ium.On primary or runoff election.On Leader J. R. Johnson, Squadron ly of finishing cattle with locally
the, most of the occasion by making the
Tuesday night, May 30, in
the state ballot voters will Leader G. E; Lilly-white, and Squadron produced feeds but of breeding
the 'topic of his talk.
women high school auditorium the Class'ight
choose between Millard Caldwell and Leader J. C. Wheeler. blooded cattle of several different
Lt. Gov: James Mack: also of the exercises will be held with strains
They have visited schools in Can- to determine which is the
Lex Green for governor, and between ,,?
:Hollywood club, made his first of- each member: of the Senior Class
Dwight L. Rogers and'L..' ada, and three British Flying Train- better adapted to this area. Plans '
ficial visit to the Clewiston club, participating in the program.
L'I ing Schools in the United States, including call for 5,000 acres of permanent .
made a few remarks at the meeting On Friday night, June 2, in the Stuckey for Congressman of .the .'
sixth congressional :district. Riddle Field, and also have pasture to take care of five thousand
.and outlined some plans and helps school auditorium beginning at feeder
visited Randolph Field in San An- steers.
"
for the year to the Board of Directors eight o'clock will be, the commencement On the county ticket voters will .:

., following the regular meeting, exercises with State Attorney nominate a sheriff,, county superintendent tonia, Texas Some weeks ago Dale Snodgrass '. ,

of public instruction, coup The Empire Flying School co- was appointed as herdsman and ,
.principally for boosting attendance Clyde Wilson of Sarasota to be guest a
peaker. I ty commissioner in districts Nos. 2, ordinates the work in the various herd of thirty. pure-blood Aberdeen- '

: :Mr. Fulkerson's talk was as witty Members of the graduating class 3 and ,4, and school board memberin RAF schools in Canada and the iVngus cattle were bought in to begin -,
I and humorous as his talks always I United States and the British em- the ,
school distsict No. 2. new livestock program which ;
Prewitt
are: Misses Mauryne Mary
and he time
spent praising
are some
r. Candidates for sheriff are Bill provides for the establishment in the a
Jordan
Jo
Mathis, Frances Ann pire.Wing
:k.: '
women for what they had accomplished -
and Kathleen Maddox, incumbent and H. H.Mack" Commander C. W. Lindsay, near future of. three more pure-bred :
Long, Frances Suttpn i'
s f; in America, the number of RAF commanding officer at Riddle herds. "
Levis; ,Mrs. Katherine Watton Jackson McCall: ; for county superintendent ,)
different fill the billions
jobs they ,
Eric Thomas and Medford the race is between Mrs. Field, escorted them on the tour of Snodgrass, who is a native of '.,:

;, of money and property they con- D'naway.. Homer Taylor and Dr. C. E. Weaver Riddle-McKay Aero College.ParentTeachers Jonesville, Va., a graduate of Virginia .J
trol and then deflated their ego by
incumbent; for ,county commissioner Polytechnic Institute. and .::
L credit
saying that all should go to
in district No. 2, the choice Ass'n. formerly manager: of the Tyro Farms'f'!
-..... the men for giving it to them. : Only One Man Under .
of Tyro, Va. '
lies between J. 0. Davidson, incum- which"maintains a -4
z r The speaker cited an incident 26 Deferred From bent and J. C. 'Jackman, in districtNo. 'Meeting Well Attended herd of pure-bred Angus cattle, has :

where a famous detective agency in 3, between Paul O'Bannon and served for the past year as live- '

!", New York had been hired over a Draft In CountyE. R. B. Waldron, and in district No. The Parent-Teachers Association, stock development agent for the ,: i

t certain period by 15,000 women to 4, between Harvey S. Dyess and A. held the final meeting of the year Atlantic Coast Line railway. He
i locate missing husbands and in the Dillon Hall incum- had charge' of the' selection .
T. Evers It's of the
at the school auditorium with an ,
E. Kelly, chairman of the Henry ,
time fifteen
of
t' same length only men herd
bent E. L. Stallings for school sire'and the twenty-nine
Service or excellent attendance of parents and cows
4 f had asked them to look for missing County Selective Board, board member. .;' I all in the herd or'Angus cattle and was
faculty members present.
< stated this week, that only one man '
-wives. under twenty-six is now serving a Polls will open at 7 a. m., and The high light of the meeting was assisted in the selection by V. W.

He said that business and professional deferment because of work in essential close at sundown, approximately 8' an excellent talk by the new presi- Lewis, general livestock agent for

-. : men had to deal with some industry. This is very unusual p. m. It is understood the entire dent, Mrs. A. O. Ward, "America. the ACL. f

300 people to make a living, listento considering the large number ticket will be counted in one operation Tomorrow" or post war planning for I Females for a Hereford herd have \

their tales of woe and express this time because of its short- also been selected and will be moved ,
(Jf younger men who are registered schools.,
sympathy. As a result they go home ness. to Florida early in June as soon as ,;
with the local board. Committee chairman to serve during -
'
at night tired out from such contacts Everyone who is qualified is urged all have calved. With them will ''
Induction calls have' been issued the coming year were named by
; and ask only for a book, an to vote.DIVIDEND'. I come a horned bull to serve as herd
s'
to two county boys for Navy service, Mrs. Ward as follows: Finance, Mrs.R. .'
.i... j&asy chair and slippeds but instead sire temporarily but Polled Here- +
: Joseph Calvin Carver of LaBelle and M.: Hare; Program, Mrs. B. L. M
y, they find their wife, with only one fords are ultimately planned. Herds ::
William Cecil Forrester of Clewiston Thompson; Hospitality, Mrs. H. R.
customer to satisfy, her husband, of Shorthorns and Brahmans
who left for Jacksonville Thursdayand 'NO. 16 Hall; Welfare, Mrs. M. A. Thomas; are to
ready to pour out her tales of woe. be selected later.
two for the Army, Schneider Publicity, Mrs. Keathley Bowden;
That, he said, is why men leave ,Behind the livestock development ,';.
Jack 'Ridgdill of LaBelle and Gordon Citizenship, Mrs. F. ,E. Conkling; ":.
Tiome. I program is desire to S. .
a
demonstrate ;
: Preston Hand of Clewiston who DECLARED BY USSC Library, Mis. C.V.. Fuller; Health, ,, ,
the
The value of molasses and"molasses
speaker was introduced by will leave for Fort McPherson Sunday Mrs. J. K. Rogers; Safety, :Mrs. F. < .

: c J. E. Beardsley of the ClewistonThe All of these. are under 26 C. Long; Music and Arts, Mrs. M. feeds for 'finishing cattle hand experimental ", ::1

.w'"_'" ', ',' .- Clu1? d .' ,' '''J':, years of age. .,JA ,,' ON COMMON STOCKThe R. Stroud and Mrs, W. N. Martin; : feeding .Elfe'oyer::;a-per- '

f;; \, guet ts.,8e; t6t-,weie.iiitroduc-' '{, large groin are leaving. for Sanitation and Beautification, Mrs. iod of several' years eviilenfies" what 'j"Lan ,',1

J--- -ed'.by N.V. S;.'Mumford as follows;: Camp Blanding tomorrow for, pre- Harry Vaughn; Membership, Mrs. S. be done with Florida cattle. :i';

;: :Mr.. and Mrs. A, O. Ward: Mr. E. M. induction physicals, all over 26 years Board of Directors of United P. Slonaker: Mrs E. Powers and Corporation officials expect to pro- ;
Cornette Mrs. G. H. Brown Mrs.; G. asking immediate States Sugar Corporation, at a duce ultimately two and a half, mil- ':)
of, age, and these are for Mrs. J. E., Beardsley. E. E. Gross
} E. Etherton, Mrs. W L. Brantley, i induction into, the Air Corps meeting held last Thursday, May 11, will represent the P.-T. A. on the lion pounds of top quality beef an- '..i '

Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crochet, 'Mrs. R. Enlisted Reserve for work at Riddle declared Dividend No. 16 on the Common athletic council 'and plans, are being nually. +1,

::: M. Bishop, Mrs. B. L. Thompson, Field. They are: Lawrence stock of the corporation at the made for the various room mothersto The object of the cattle breeding

{ Rev. and Mrs. David C. Hancock, Jennings, Charles W. Barkley, J. D. ate of ten cents per share payable sponsor the student activities on project, states S., L- Crochet, cor-

i': Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Coleman, V. L. Fite, R. M., Horn. June 19 to holders of record' on Friday night at the Recreation Cen- poration official in charge, is' to

r-: Mrs. W. C. Owen! Mrs.: C. A.. Martinez G. M. McCann, S. S. Monette, C. ''E.- June 5. j ter. make available to Florida cattlemen -

w:,' Mrs. J: E. Beardsley, Mrs. Sullivan, W. B. Colbert, E. F. Flip- The Board 'also declared Participating The Home EC girls and their instructor top quality registered seed

.': Arch Simmons, Mrs. W. N. Martin, pen, J. H. Lynn, E. C. Metzgar, L. J. Dividend No. 4 on the SeriesA MissGeraldine Galloway, stock, bred and raised under Flor-

A, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, ;Mrs. N. V, S. Kennedy, E. H. Kussron, J. B- Sellers 6.4 % cumulative participating served refreshments of cake and ida conditions and thus to provide
Mrs. convertible preferred stock, $25.00par 1 for local ranges a better quality
Mumford and
Agnes Prange., and J. D. Quinton. punch at the close of the meeting. of
: steers which
'value, 'at the rate of ten cents! from the corpora-

per share, payable also on June 19 tion may draw feeder stock. "Any
OPA OFFICE HOURS
Grand Instructor
<. to holders of record on June 5. Guards At Prison CampTo improvement in the cattle industrywill

"r(" 'Visits. Eastern StarMrs. Mrs. E. C. Mills and Mrs. V. C. closed.;The transfer books will not be Be Guests At as it help does the any sugar other corporation business," just Mr. ,

Woodward, clerks in the Clewiston
: "
-- Crochet stated.
ration board office, stated this week Cadet Club WednesdayAt
? Dorothy Graham, Grand Instructor The maintenance of the four herds
that permission had been grantedfor Is
/', of District No. 18, O. E. S., Sport Fishing will afford a basis of comparison so -:
the office to remain closed allay
:. and a member of members of the In Order an Executive meeting of the that it can be found which of the
each Wednesday and not ,to Again
Pahokee Eastern Star lodge, were RAF Cadet Club Thursday after- four breeds or combinations may be Y
open to the public until ten o'clock
guests at the regular meeting'' of the noon it was decided to ask the'guards best adapted to local conditions. i..

Co, Moore Haven Chapter on Tuesday each morning. This time; without The closed season on sport fishing from the Prisoner of War Camp to Bernuda, Dallis, Bahia and Para
-
interruptions, is in orderto
; evening. This was the Grand In- necessary for black bass came to an end be the special guests at the 'dance grasses: will be used for pasturage -, '\ :
detailed
get all the reports of
:. structor's, first visit to the local Monday and many ardent discipleof next Wednesday night. Members of and molasses will be available at-all '

\ \, lodge. the office ,filled out. Isaak Walton. who have been able the executive committee will be hos- times in the pastures in selffeedersso
--- --
.': Following the closing of the regular to find or taKe lime! off, have dugout tesses that week. that the cattle will be kept in

lodge meeting a pleasant social Girls' AuxiliaryObserves their tackle and invaded the Three other major points were decided such condition that in a term of

hour was enjoyed and refreshmentswere haunts of the elusive denizens of upon at the meeting: That sixty days in the finishing pens they

served by the Clewiston hos- Focus WeekThe Okeechobee and tributary steams.It the dances remain open' until 11:00p. will be put in first-class marketable

tesses, :Mesdames ,A. G. Twiddy, .T. is understood that these sportsmen m.; that 'no girls under the age condition. Steers are now carriedin

M. Fountain, C. M. Pirkle, Maldon .Junior Girls' Auxiliary of the have had varying success and of sixteen years be invited to the the pens for about four months

Wright and Kenneth Rogers. First Baptist Church observed Focus that a few very nice strings have dances and that no girls be permitted with molasses and a ration 'composed

i.", r- The Grand Instructor announced Week from May 7 through May been brought in. to leave the premises during the of lemongrass pulp and molasses

that she would hold a school of in- 12. --- hours of the dance. mixed six to one with soybean meal. '

struction at Pahokee on May 19 Every day some new activity has WAVES Needed To The latter point was discussed at ,
'
which six members of the Moore Haven been carried out and Wednesday)', some length and it was decided up- NOTICE .{)ANNUAL MEETING

Chapter will participate. following the regular meeting, they :Fill Vital Jobs on because it was felt that parents \CLEWISTOX GARDEN CLUB

I Lovely flowers were sent to the were escorted to. the Scout Camp fora would feel better about letting their r---

secretary, Mrs. Mollie Settle, who is, picnic. When hear of a Navy plane daughters attend the dances if this The Clewiston Garden Club will .

ill. Games were enjoyed after'' which a mending a you deadly aerial torpedo into rule were made and '{ strictly ad- have its annual meeting on Thursday -

Those attending from Pahokee 'Picnic lunch was served by the Kathleen the side of a Jap flat-top, or strafing hered to. May 25, at one o'clock at the

; were: JVIrs. Hullet Denton, Mrs. Mallory Circle of the WMS, a German submarine, you can + home of ,Mrs. E. L. Stewart The

:Edna Barrett, Mrs. Jesse Barnes, sponsors of the auxiliary. Those that the WAVES INJURED IN FALL meeting 'will be a covered dish lunch
take it literally
:Mrs. Ila Howell, Mrs. Faye Greer, serving were: Mrs. Ben Bolton, Mrs. hand in it. eon, the drink and dessert to be 'c
have had
\ a
Mrs. Russell Waters, Mrs. Esther Fred Sikes, Mrs. Fred Dunaway, may Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, local Volun- Glenda Sue Etherton, small daughter supplied by the hostesses.

LaFils, Mrs. Aleese Chery and Mrs I Mrs. Joe Elder and Mrs. W. A. teer recruiter, reports that since it of Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Ether- The program will be the readingof

1\: Pearl Hamilton. Montgomery, the G.' A, Counselor. was commissioned in September ton, is recovering rapidly from injuries Annual Reports to be made by all -

Girls enjoying the occasion were 1943, the Naval Training School received when she fell froma the committee chairmen and the ,':'t-::

,, ",., 38 Vote Absentee Christine Dunaway, Elnora'and (Aircraft Instruments-W) in Chi- car here Sunday. It is reported Installation officers for the coming -.- "

-; .J' Joyce Tanner, Margaret Himrod, several hundred that Glenda Sue was riding with year. :t :: '

: r. Ballots Thru Tuesday Peggy Powell, Shirley Benbow, Joyce'Turner cago enlisted, has WAVES graduated as aircraft instru- some other children in a car driven': Hostesses will be Mrs. L. L. Spicer .

Claire Hedke, Ann Slonaker ment technicians. These women are by Mrs. Etherton's brother, openedthe Mrs. E. L. Stewart, :Mrs: J. F.

'' t Phyllis Bishop, Mary Edith Sutton :-' aviation activities door and fell out just before the Tippey: and Mrs R. C. Wilson
Naval
voters
: A total of 38 who expected now on duty at I
Helen Espenlaub, Iris Ann to Several stitches
a stop.
:; to be absent from their voting precinct throughout the. United car came '
; Wright, Evelyn Haven, Joyce Barton to close a severe GRADUATE NURSE
'; were necessary -
;
on election day, May 23, veted States.
and Joan Harris. but there were no serious
absentee. ballots up to Tuesday even- The fifteen-week course, Mrs. scalp gash Miss Rhunelle McGehee, daughter
All girls from nine through
'". ing in the office of County Judge Prewitt stated, consists of three injuries. of Mr. and Mrs. J. A- McGehee, wilj ,
: ('" M. twelve years. of age are invited to basic training in shop work HospitalSchool
R. Harris. weeks of graduated from Charity :
the be
: meet with the Miss Ruby Jean Norton spent
: group.
n i : By precincts--four in No.1 and twelve weeks; in any of three week-end inVest Palm Beach before -, of Nursing at New Orleans,

:, seven in No.2' twenty-four in No TO GRADUATEMiss different fields: l11ec.hanlcalelec.- leaving Monday for MooreheadCity La., on Friday, May 26. After graduation
3, one in No 4, two in No. 5. Non trical, or gyroscopic instruments.The :Miss McGehee expects to be J '
she will be em-
-voted absentee in No.6. Betty HOOKS will graduate WAVES' learn aircraft instru N. C., ,where inducted almost immediately, into ',
,
hotel now managed -
Friday 'is the last day for ,voting May 29 from Florida State College ment overhaul and maintenance,, ployed at the resort the U. S. Army Nursing Corps.
Mrs. C, L. Downs
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RU0OR Swine Industry Develops w A visitor to a county fair noticed ."

a miserable looking little man 'i
W EA ON seated on one of the wooden horses -'::::.

( 'Feed Conservation PlanC. ] r A i of the merry-go-round. Every time :->'

the machine stopped, the man ,d;

Man Making NotesIn made no attempt to get off. I" ':;
C.
D.
Washington,
At length curiosity overcame the
BLOCKED ARMY PROMOTIONSThe ::. D. Carpenter Helps Hog, Growers Solve a Night Club: visitor, and when next the man on ';

army is pulling all sorts ot Islands of celebs surrounded by the horse stopped opposite him he "..::

wires backstage in the senate to Problems; Program Tailored by Cooper Joy-polloi. '. The off-key clatter of said: "Pardon me, sir, but do you ,';

break the log-jam against perma- tive Business Men of Agriculture.By plates and ho-hum of conversation enjoy going. round and round like "
nent wartime promotionsespecially bruising the boogie-woo... Browsing this?" ,<

those of General, Somervell and ,from table to table, colyumists The unhappy one grimaced. :

General Patton. BAUKHAGENews searching for paragraphs. Casting "Not a bit," he replied. ..: '

The senate military affairs com- Analyst and Commentator. pearls,before swine, ha ha.. Dowa- "Then why do you do it?" '

mittee some time ago proposed a gers curdled with age cruising in "The man who owns this affair ,...

policy against rushing through per- WNU Service, Union Trust I true-"it's profitable" to make a pa- like battleships that have just been owes me $5, and this is the, only ,_.:.

manent promotions in wartime, ar- Washington, D. C. triotic herd. launched. Bores anchored at way'I can get it out of him," came : "
guing that temporary promotionswere When I learned that a former I These experts decided that there tables waiting for the check to be the reply. ';
5
sufficient and that permanent man 'had been the moving was plenty of feed obtainable in picked up.-j' '. Nibbling on a side- :

promotions could come after the war drawing up the present swine America to meet the war goals, provided dish of hope, flops sitting alone '- --- .:.'

when the senate,and the public could gram which you'll be hearing that certain conditions are twiddling their thoughts. 'Pretty

survey all of an officer's record. shortly, I recalled an adage 1 carried out. They agreed on four gals wrapped in tight gowns that CLASSIFIED

Some senators still remember the heard in London: principles, all of which lead to mak- put every curve in italics. Drunks .

manner in which General Pershingwas "The profit In the mustard ing efficient producers which they riveted to the bar making private DEPARTMENTAGENTS .:

jumped from the rank of cap- ness is in the mustard you all decided is both patriotic and tragedies'public.. ;
he profitable. These principles are: a
tain to brigadier general after plate." ,
your
married the daughter of Sen. Fran- Specific Measures In secluded corners, lovers jug- WANTED ::
That the statement
cis E. Warren, then chairman of the was gling happiness at the tip" of their ,
BOKO. JONESTOWN, MISS., kills trees "
famous British the
made ((1) better
to
by a breeding improve
military affairs committee; and they hearts. Biggies draped across : and sprouts Enough for gallon $1.20. .
manufacturer. In other words size and of litters Saves labor
this quality I money time. Agents wanted.
recall also the resentment chairs acting if thrones ;
they
as were
consumer's waste is the ((2) conservation of available feed
caused in the army. Movie stars making entranceslike ','
However, the policy of blocking gain. stock a parade of DOGS FOR SALE
one-walking over
The proposition seems (3) reduction of loss through disease -
permanent wartime promotions is an invisible of
stares. .
enough and nobody could and.parasites carpet Old Enjr.Sheep Dog Puppies. Championship ,
effi-
being opposed by the army's Members of the lifted-punky set bred. The dog with brains personality.Excel '
cient lobby on Capitol Hill; and recently mustard-maker for hoping (4) improved management for ,pets watch dogswork.,unrecorded.S25. -,
and I would be as profligate greater efficiency and production.More greeting each other with snubdued either sex. Lyndhurst Kennels, Jewrtt, O.
a new move was made to put
expressions. .
Cigaret who
gals are
for Generals our condiment as possible. On specifically, the five things
through promotions
lovelier
Patton and Somervell. basis, I was recently necessary to produce the feed whichis beauties than many of the famed HOGS FOR SALE 40
around them.
Trouble-
learn that the to reach the animal
"had been before necessary
Their names a called in a man in the feed food stuff goals are these: makers trying to create a bonfire of SPOTTED POLAND CHINA HOGS. Short -J
subcommittee which was adamant scandal legged, broad back, deep bodied service "
by rubbing two whis-
ugly
against promotion. Patton is now and paid him a dollar a year to ((1) to feed no more than 14 poundsof boars bred gilts $.50 to $75; pigs S23.
: pers together. The monologue of R. B. BARBELL Eastman Ga.
only colonel though holding the tem- solve the feed problem. I feedstuff for one animal unit
rank of lieutenant general. if it wasn't just possible that (2)) to achieve the maximum use a visiting 'Hollywood producer punc-
porary tuated by the Nurses'
Somervell's rank is similar.So the consumer was going to of pasture and grazing land of his listeners.The .expressive eyebrows Training SchoolsMAKE
((3) to sell the animal for meat,
I had a talk with some
Chairman Bob Reynolds of the UP TO S25-S35 WEEK as a trained
of the department of before it becomes an inefficient con- practical,nurse! Learn quickly at home.' '
military affairs committee put their Magic Lanterns Packed with Booklet -
: free. CHICAGO SCHOOL OF
after I learned that this verter of feed into food .-
names before a subcommittee in- more action, "Buffalo Bill"'is a swift NURSING Dept. CW-I; Chicago.PLANTS .
had done so much for the (4) to stop the loss caused by ratsor
himself Elbert Thomas of
cluding biografilm of a fabulous American I
Utah, and Warren ,Austin of Ver- raisers that they picked him to spoilage or wastage in other ways during the pioneer era when a man's'best '
the swine which (5) to bring about a higher stand-
on program
sandwiched in
mont. Significantly
friend his
was six-shooter. Joel ,
between Patton's and Somervell'snames closely connected with the ard in health in animals. McCrea stars. Linda Darnell and Sweet Potato Plants now ready. Nancy

'is that of General Wain- problem as the fly is with True CooperationThose Maureen O'Hara's beauty are as exciting $2,40 Hall 500 per thousand.S1.40. 1000 Porto-$2.50.Ricos 5000 500 and-$1,65 over,

wright, now 'a prisoner in 'Japan, paper. who are directly concernedin as the gun play. The Big Safe 1000-arrival S3. 5000 guaranteed.and: over $2.75 per thousand. '

whom every senator is anxious to "Why should you pick a the production of swine are aboutto Town in its knee-pants days pro- ADAMS PLANT NCO.- SHARON, TENN.

:.- promote. So it will be difficult for whose interest it is to have have the 'information that this vides the background "Knicker-

the subcommittee to promote one farmer consume as much meeting developed placed before bocker Holiday." Nelson Eddy's TENTS

without the other two. possible, when there isn't them emphatically in the farm trade baritone contributes a bouquet of

S a feed to go around now?" I papers, over the radio, in lectures, tunes in full bloom. The pungent Get one now-fine$10-TENTS for camp-used-$15 array

GRILLING GENERAL HERSHEY "This whole program," the from the county agents, and through anti-Nazi short yarn, "Address Un- 16x16 tents. Guice Realty Co., Biloxi: Miss.

Draft director Lewis B. Hersheyand ernment official told me, "is their own organizations, so I won'tgo known," becomes a vivid film studyof

manpower boss Paul McNutt out by the swine industry itself into it in detail.. But the point the present Nazi degeneration.Paul .. Wedding Custom

came in for some rough handling regarding men who produce the hogs, the that many will not realize is that Lukas adds to his acting

the bungled draft situationat who process them, help feed here' has been a real achievement laurels. "Raiders of Red Gap" When brides in Esthonia first 'Q

a closed-door meeting of the house distribute them. That's the brought about by the cooperation of buzzes out of Movieburg's B-hive enter their new homes, they throw

military',affairs committee the other The government merely industry and government. with more sting than honey. small sums of money on the fire
!
day.. 'Members took their hair down You had better talk to Mr. These hardheaded businessmenhave "Hot Rhythm" is what Hollywoodcan for good luck:. roo

and said a lot of things that have penter." produced a which turn out' in its sleep. Listing the

been rankling in their bosoms about I did.Dollar. program do cast would be more of an expose.
their action committee is going to
draft orders which have than publicity.
conflicting a Year its best to put into effect through the *

promoted confusion. Clifford D. Carpenter carries various means of publicity and edu-
After the meeting adjourned, the title of "special assistant to the cation which I mentioned. It was The Networks: Fred Allen's comi- MOROLINE
committee announced that it had crack about the fellow wearing an
refused -
unanimously agreed that the pro-
of the feed and livestock
to labor draft bill. overseas cap, a sports jacket, khaki
a
approve the food production ducers should plan to finish hogs at
Inside fact however is that formal pants, suede shoes, etc., because
,
of the War Food 200 to 240 pounds in order to make
action against the labor draft was efficient use of the feed and "he's 'just turned 26 and doesn'tknow Acid Indigestion
For that.long title, he gets the more
if he's
taken only after the committee had for the production of more meat coming or going" was
fee of a dollar a year. He
heard a furious grenading againstthe first rate. Radio jesters have reversed Relieved in minutes or double back g-
money
desire to remain a. public and less lard per unit of feed. They
team T"I a show business tradition. When execs stomach acid causes painful roffocat-!
Hershey-McNutt includinga He wants to get back to his also emphasize the need of taking big raj,sour stomach and heartburn,doctors moal&prescribe
demand that both be fired and replaced clean and Stooges used to be the butt of thecomic's the fastest-acting medicines known fvrsymptomatic
full of pastures
advantage
ness. But he is enthusiastic' relief-medicines like those in BeD-saa
by ,a single draft czar. swine they point out that the saving of quips. Now radio's stoogesare Tablet*. No laxative. Bell-ana bnnga comfort in a
present program I back of bottieto
the on return
given most us.Ielydast
Chairman Andrew J. May of Ken- generous por- ,
from 5 cent to 10 cent of
and his colleagues of the per per
tions of the Norman
punchlines. .
tucky, Rep. Walter G. Andrews of
have worked out a part of the grain, and from 30 per cent to
Corwin of the.fewradio writers
one ,
New York, ranking committee Re-
40 cent of the protein supple-
the conservation, not the per
who radio drama with
publican, and Reps. Ewing Thomason feed.I ments can thus be made for grow- drape long A VEGETABLELaxative
pants, deserves a salute for his inde-
of Texas, John M. Costello of and There
ing fattening hogs. are
asked why, when his pendence. He informed inter-
California, Leslie Arends of Illinois recommendations for the control of an
and Forest Harness of Indiana all was to sell the farmer as much diseases and various other viewer that he has turned down
parasites
got in some forthright licks againstthe as he could? detailed,instructions that are goingto sponsors for fear they won't allow For Headache,

fumbling of the manpower and "Because," he said, "the be available in attractive printed him to write what he thinks. ,t Sour Stomach
draft program. of the feed business lies in the Nothing is impossible. On Info ;31 and Dizzy
form and distributed to hog when
producers ;, Spells
? The assault was led by Texas'twofisted efficient customers, not of the Please this week erudite John Con-
in all parts country. caused by '._
Thomason, who declared wasters. One of the ways' Kieran admitted he didn't know. w stipation. Use
Sam who is
Uncle
And
it isn't
that one man should be put in complete I, helped to increase the poultry ,r
charge of both military ,and in- put was to teach the farmer to "telling 'em.I The IntelligentsiaWhen the Her- 15 doseaeCfor

dustrial manpower with the nation waste. For instance, you They are telling each other for ald Tribune changes Moscow corre- only, 10 cents.

st war. idea how much was saved by each other's benefit. spondents (which is not'frequently),
,
",. ing the farmer put a rim on S only the man leaves Moscow..Behind

MYSTERIOUS HOSPITAL edge of his feed troughs so Manpower Needs him he leaves a lease on a com-

There is something awfully mys- chicks would not' spill While everybody is talking about fortable apartment, grocery requisi-I

terious about the war 'department's much as they ate, and what demobilization, it seems strange tions, an old fur coat and a sec-

determination to get rid of the even more than that was that mobilization in many fields is .ond-hand sedan. All these must remain -

Breakers hotel in Palm Beach as much simpler-we got the still far from being complete. Thereare in the name of the newspaper GETTER

.'-: an army hospital, and the extent to fill the feed receptacles crying needs for man and wom- Paul Porter heard that George AF RHEUMATIC PAIN --
which General" Jean Nathan the critic laughed
Attorney of
,
Biddle full instead brimming. ,
an power in two phases of the war Wit a Midlcla toil will Pins Hull
eeems anxious to during a new show. "The curtain -
cooperate. He went at If rheumatic
on some effort causing serious trouble. you suffer from painor
In order to unravel the mystery, this subject, especially ," observed Paul, "must have muscular aches, buy O2223 today
/ the Truman committee called upon that the interests of the The National Advisory Committee hit some actor on the head!" for real pain-relieving help. 60c. $L
1' Biddle for the Breakers'hotel for Aeronautics, which is the federalgovernment's Sophie Tucker's autobiography will Caution: Use only as directed. First
report and the producer the
.. are experimental and sci- bottle purchase price is refundedif
: prepared by his two-fisted young As- the end and each profits by be Doubleday-Doran'd. The title: you are not satisfied. Get 0-2223.
;- sistant Attorney General Norman other's efficiency-that he entific research organization, needs "Some of These Days," naturally
,
Littell. Littell, who is in charge of out, is the benefit derived from 1,500 men. Without this comple- In one London humor mag thereis 19 44
lands acquisition, had pointed to the ness in government, one of the ment, the NACA director of per- a cartoon of a British officer walk- \VNU-7 -

foolishness spending a lot of mon- results which many persons sonnel says "the development and ing with a WAC The caption: "Say,

ey making a hotel into a hospital come by having businessmen production of new and improved" Pam, can you get your teeth into the

and then turning it back to the Flor- many government agencies. aircraft is being hampered. idea of middle-aisling it with me?" i

ida East Coast railroad just whenwe The need is localized-in labora- The Overseas Press Club is fed .
Profitable Patriotism ...,
are on the verge of a second tories at Langley Field, Va., Moffett up and will start fighting for the '

front and do not know what our The whole swine program Field, Calif., and Cleveland, Ohio. many newspaper and radio men at

casualties will be. been tailored by the Engineers, physicists! chemists, ma- the fronts, who are not allowed to May Warn of Disordered

But when Biddle received the Tru- of the swine industry and chinists, toolmakers, sheet metal wear campaign ribbons. Kidney Action

man committee's request, he got in cludes the farmer who raises workers, instrument makers, engine Modern life with Its hurry and wOrry ana
eating
touch with Rudolph Halley; its acting hogs, for he is a businessman, mechanics, electricians, pattern Midtown Vignette: Several sea- Irregular drinking-its habits risk Improper of exposure and infection

,:, chief investigator, and asked him has to be if he succeeds. makers and other skilled tradesmenare sons ago an orchestra leade; composed -throws heavy strain on to the become workof
the kidneys. They are apt ;
2;:' to withdraw the request. Halley diplomatically Last month, in Chicago, a needed.At a bundle of good tunes. over-taxed and fail\ to filter excess ld

complied. of these men got together, the same time, the National Naturally, he put his name on and other. Impurities from the lifegivingblood.

But next day, when members of sentatives of hog farmers, the Women's Advisory committee of the them. Which his rivals pigeon- You may suffer nagging backache,

the Truman committee heard aboutit ers, the veterinarians, the War Manpower commission reports holed when song-pluggers brought leg headache dJzzmeas:swelling, -getting feel constantly up nights

they called up the justice department the feed men, the equipment that the women's corps' of the vari- them around. When the com- tired,pains nervous aU worn out. Other signs

and subpoenaed the Littell re- facturers everybody ous armed services are falling far poser finally sensed the reason, he of kidney burning or bladder scanty disorder or too are frequent sometimes t

port.Whereupon the whole cycle from the short of their enlistment quotas and resolved to use a nom de handle. urination.
Biddle promptly sur- first squeal to the dining table."It's many thousands of women also are After a long interval he wrote Try Doan'i PiUs harmful Doon't excess help body the

rendered. He asked that the sub- patriotic to make your needed in areas of l labor shortage.The : "Take It Easy," now being thrushed'DY waste.kidneys They to have had more than hall a

poena be withdrawn'' and he finally profitable" was the slogan committee is urging women's the Crosbys, the Sinatras, the century of by public grateful approval.users everywhere.A Are recommended .
sent the Littell report to the com- Shores and manv leading orches-
group worked out which was a organizations throughout the countryto _.k your MighbolG ,
mittee. Meanwhile, the army is hold- tence with a two-way kick- undertake the recruitment job asa tras. "Take It Easy" is registered -
ing up its plans to evacuate the by "Albert de Bru"-Senor
turn' it around and it is major war effort. I ,
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I ', with linoleum. It lends a gloss and the a while. Work it gently andit
has a swell time clowning Jerry
r Lester. But when he rehearses his 3oor stays clean longer. will soon loosen.

i songs Sinatra settles down to business -
-
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professional that he is. Seeing him ON THE
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then, you get a new slant on this ( -

likable young man who has shot to HOME FRONT

the top in the entertainment field so ri1110ih/ ;"

.Z ..,, gab a.x rapidly. He ought to stay thereifthe RUTH WYETH SPEARS -
i' ardent admirers who lie' in wait

i'r for him don't kill'him first; one girl Nb MATTER how often you NOTE-An actual size pattern for this
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lilt Savory Dressing Extends the Ham Slice ,lt"""" A M'- '=:.11 BOX METAL TOGETHER ANGLES WITH, Name .......,.......................

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Spring Notes
SAVE VITAMINS! } :girl:' M ayv e s /3eFi '
J
Rear Their Husbands
...., s
'Tis the season for foods to don N A' '' 1
When you're preparing vegeta-
t spring dress-to try on new colors, to
bles for summer meals, observe Rearing one's husband from
f keep Mrs. Homemaker r-- these cautions for conserving vi- boyhood 4s no novelty for the .

; cool while _) tamins: MARK s? Chukchees of Siberia. For protection -

t:, the sun becomes ; As soon as food comes in from Ifl- flu FRONT SCALLOPE OHPLYWOOD s in later life, a woman often

warmer and the garden or market, wash and WITHkPATTERNTHEN I adopts and marries a male infant,
3' brighter, ,to perk CUT
refrigerate. Don't prepare vege- taking a "marriage companion"of
=- OUT WITH A JIG SAN
., up appetites that { :.:: tables ahead of time for cooking !1'AaC4y'R OR A COMPASS SAW her own age 'until the child

: lag because "it's and let stand in water, as this grows to manhood. ..
too warm to eat." j Iff II destroys vitamins. 3y all means take them with you

I'm not advo- Prepare fruit cups and salads and make an attractive setting for

cating any sulphur and molassesdiet just before serving. Cut surfacesexposed'to :hem.A NO ASPIRIN FASTER
because you can do a better ADOLPHE MENJOU shadow-box cupboard will do
air destroy vitamin C. I than genuine pure St. Joseph Aspirin.
job in a much smarter way, that is, fact" ;he trick. The one shown here is World's largest seller at lO f. None safer
by serving foods keyed to the season finished with Sinatra, but the fight and substantial; will lend none surer.Why pay more? Why ever
and making the most of them. mustard. Bake in a moderate (350. that; he's going to the South ,Pacificin glamour even to dime store odds accept less l'Demand St.Joseph Aspirin.

The first rule to follow in peppingup degree) oven for 1 hour. November. Like other visiting find ends, and may be placed on

r menus is to take foods which are Save Used Fats! stars, he was booked knee-deep for !op of a table, a chest of. drawersr
'
choice and fresh. In the vegetable radio appearances; there's a shortage a desk. r,
Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie. of "names" in New York. llGHllM 'i
i group you'll find asparagus, peas, If you do not have a saw to cut '
'r
carrots, radishes, lettuce, spring on- 2 cups strawberries, washed and -",", -- :the scalloped frame, mark it on TANNED "1''AI '

'' ions, beets, string beans, spinach, hulled C. S. Forester, the famous author plywood and take it to the nearest !i DARK III'. ,.r'II. Ski.,-
2 cups'rhubarb, cut in,'-inch pieces who wrote "Captain Horatio Horn- Dr. FRED P lm '
endive, chicory, dandelion greens, voodworking shop' to have it cut. tvhIt.n.rIIgbt.n.andbHgbt.n.magb. ',nJ.l: t.>
t escarole and wild greens. tablespoons, quick-cooking tapioca blower" and "The Ship," will write You may have"'the straight boards (eiUrnallr,blotchy eatued Uancd-dtrk). Ue 7 da'l.ikla ,,''w.1,.:''ltt::!f'k- '' ';.,'
much the story in which Greta Garbo will ut where buy' them. Thenill KtisSed MONEY BACK. t ( ,.
In fruits, P there is. not as. 1J4 .. you :len:t drug(tore*. FRCK Swnpl. ,,, .'
cups sugar : Les
.a. return to the screen. Producer will have to Lao is 'to screw to GALBNOL.
variety, but the quality is lovely._ you Send So pottage
'I'", Youcan.hav delicate pink and tender 14 'teaspoon.salt ter Cowan engaged.him to do a story :hem ''together; tack on the front Dept U.Box 264. AtluU.Georgia. ''r ",
;
1 melted butter DR. FRED'PALMER'S ;
rhubarb, apples, pears, pine- 1 tablespoon recipe for 9-inch pie about fighting sailors, men and !came and paint or stain to- suit SKIN WHITENERMEXSANA
apple, cherries, strawberries and or- pastry women, in the Norwegian merchant four room color scheme. ,
Mix' strawberries rhubarb to marine. Miss 'Garbo, who hasn't p
anges.
Keeping Cool. gether. Blend tapioca, sugar and liked other ideas submitted to her,

It's the smart homemaker who salt together. Mix with fruit., Add must be in favor. of this one. ''T
melted butter. Let stand about 10 J U Ji
cooks her food quickly and stays --' 'II

0- out of the kitchen minutes ,while pastry is being made. Don't believe that Penny Singleton # ; ;J4..diFriend -'j
> during the hot Make pie crust and line pastry tin. is as wacky in real life as she ;%

Q' weather. Use the Add filling, cover with top crust, cut- sounds in the title role of the air's l'Qb Z

: i refrigerator as ing slits in top to permit steam to "Blondie." She was an established 1'1'1.b1'; ," $Z. .I'n

much as possible escape.. Bake in a hot (450-degree) Broadway musical comedy star

.tA: and plan meals I oven for 15 minutes; decrease heatto when she was brought to Hollywoodfor in Need
Married is cook-
wife
'" that cook in an 350 degrees, and bake 30 minutes dramatic and singing roles; be- Man-My
ng her first dinner. Will you come
hour or less. Ifit's longer. fore that, she'd studied journalismat
along and share it with me?
possible, make ready in the cool I Save Used Fats! Columbia university. She turns Bachelor-Sure-haven't I always -

hours of the morning, and then just MENU IL out a children's story occasionally. shared your sorrows?

before dinner, pop foods into the Supper Salad Bowl '--7' -- I SOOTHING MEDICATE DPOWDE

oven, broiler or surface units to cut lye Bread Sandwiches Olives Anita Colby I returned from a A Name for 'Em I Forms medicated: coot of sUn

down preparation time. It's a good Lemon Sherbet Sponge Cake nation-wide chore on behalf of First Student-What do they call those protection: on irritated sur

recipe for remaining cool and crisp. Supper Salad Bowl. "Cover Girl" with a new formulafor I. tablets the Gauls used to write on? face. Big supply costs flftfe.IAUGH .

Here is the first suggestion for to (Serves 6) getting a room in an over Second Student-Gaul stones.
day. The ham is cleverly extended crowded hotel. ,"When they'd say
1 head lettuce
I ', with a dressing and may be' baked they were all sold out," said she, Come Around
with the garnish and dessert. 2 tomatoes, quartered "I'd ask if they didn't have one Din Waiter, I don't like the
4 hard-cooked cut in
halves
', MENU 1. eggs room that just wasn't made up yet. flies in here.WaiterWe'll.
4 onions, chopped
Ham on Dressing green They always had. And I can honestlysay have some new
luncheon
sliced
J/4 pound meat or
t- Baked Pears Green Salad now that I've made beds in ones in tomorrow.
RollsStrateberryRltttbnrb leftover meat some of America's best hotels!"
:, '. Vi pound American cheese
: Pie '1'
.::-- From Pat's Heart
.' Shred lettuce coarsely, place in Barton Yarborough finally did it. Boss-Pat, I'm going to make you a
r Ham on Dressing. salad bowl. Over it arrange toma- ,EAT,TALK,FREE<
i (Serves 6) Playing ."Doc Long" in "I Love a present of this pig. ;,
6 toes, eggs, chopped. onion, luncheon Mystery," by Carlton Morse, he did Pat-Sure, and''tis jest like you, sor. OF EMBARRASSMENT ,
1 ham slice, 1 inch thick meat and cheese, cut in
squares or
without of It's
all-
260 performances a slip so easy to enjoy
I": 1 cup chopped celery strips. Just before serving Real Need
pour over the tongue. Then, instead of saying"I day confidence when
2 cups soft bread crumbs french dressing enough to moisten. never believe in sockin' a Customer-I don't like these pictures your plates are held in place by this"camfortcushion'adentist'sformula.

f''r 1 teaspoon salt Save Used Fats! sleepin' man," he said "I never believe ; they don't do me justice. ; ;
-
i. 4 teaspoon pepper in sleepin' a sockin' man.'' Photographer-Lady, what you, ,I. Dr. Wernet's vent sore gums.
( ii teaspoon thyme or marjoram Here is a grand recipe for making I: want is mercy. Powder lets you 2. Economical;
; : : V-i medium-sized onion, minced that best liked of all sherbets. It enjoy solid foods, small amount

:" l/n cup bacon or meat drippings may be used as a dessert, or if you Bob Burns, radio's "Arkansas Another sport in which you can avoid embarrasslasts longer.
like combination salad plates Traveler," had to go on a diet for men t of loose :3.Pure,harmless,
r' Toss together celery, breadcrumbs with that. It's refreshing and, serveit delightfully his new picture, "Belle of the be penalized for holding: besides plates.Helps pre- pleasant tasting. ,
i salt, thyme and I football is necking.
pepper on- cool: Yukon," with Dinah Shore and A1lcltvggm-3 .ntyfcoct ifuolMigtilfJ
ion. Add bacon drippings. Put into
Rose Lee. "Times have
'. Lemon Sherbet Gypsy "
slightly greased baking dish. Top 6) changed," remarked Bob. "Twelve Worse Yet

with ham slice. If desired, spread (Serves ..' years ago I had to diet because 1 I Sympathetic Friend-And you r
A
slice with thin layer of prepared Few cup grains sugar of salt wasn't makin' a picture." say her father came between you? tfgyvDER N;
---?( Suitor-No, behind me. .
1 ,
cup water :
Yz cup rich milk! March of Time director Len Lye "
) Lynn Says Vz cup lemon juice and cameraman Bob Navarro were

2 egg whites in Ireland just before Great Britain JP" ....... i "j
F The Score Card: Egg supplies imposed restriction of travel be-
V\ sugar
,} are at an all-time high, sOscramble cup tween the two countries. They got Loves Them ..j.jtW"IIP
them, poach, fry, boil them. Combine % cup sugar, salt and out in time with the thousands of 0 Everybody

,.i,; Use them in custards, puddings, water; cook 5 minutes. Cool. Add feet of film they had been shooting.The .

or pies, but use them for econo milk, then lemon juice. Freeze firm result is an up-to-the-minute { }
my's sake and for health. in automatic refrigerator tray. Turn picture, "The Irish Question," that
.- into chilled bowl; beat thoroughly.Beat .
Cheese production is in for an- shows Ireland and the Irish as they
other cut, and there will be less egg whites, gradually add remaining are.today. It's informative and good
cheese, except cottage cheese, of sugar; continue' beating un- entertainment. FLAKES"The
::. -) course. Use it wisely. til stiff and sugar is dissolved. Fold d CORN

"' and oils into frozen mixture. Return to P .
-t Fat supplies for civilian Stuart Buchanan, who now heads ;
,, : use are getting smaller. Use them tray; freeze firm. the Blue Network's script depart. Grains are Great FOOd&-16( d!L_. < '

sparingly, and salvage what you Get the most from your meat! Get your ment, was one of the first to see Kellogg's Corn Flakes bring you f .,:
:,. can to turn in to your butcher for meat roasting chart from Miss Lynn Chambers "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" nearly all the protective food elements 1

points and money. On the Also by writing to her in care of Western when it reached Broadway for a return of the whole grain declared essentialto w ,
Save list are tin cans and waste Newspaper Union. 210 South Despluincs, engagement. He'd already seen human nutrition. p4

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I -, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1944-

The Clewiston News soon as possible now. Remember, man, the amount of activity In the And each day followed i
'too, that he fought In the last Warand I areabetween the Barracks and the I By another And the, moon is like a search light.
: should have a' better slightly worse. I With the Southern
knowledge Sugar House Is an indication of Where the Cross above.
coral dust
Published every Friday In Clewiston,, of post-war problems than one who .what is going to happen, and is''r Where blows! thick. Sparkling just like diamonds ..
the
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS,, white man dreams and In the balmy
did not. '' I tropic
Tnc. 'happening-fast. Having a lot of wishes I night,
Caldwell has the sincerity of pur- curiosity and little knowledge, as For a finer, better land. And It's a shameless waste of beauty
pose, the courage, forcefulness and yet, as to what Is what, we strolledout you. For there's never a girl in sight._
Entered second class mall matterFebruary I
as 1, 1927, at the Post Office in personality to make him the kind of and watched for a few minutes Somewhere in the Southwest Pacific. I Somewhere in the
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Governor of which every citizen of I jas perspiring negroes rolled buggiesof Where a woman Is never seen, Where the Southwest Pacific.:
:March 1897. I Mail is
3 always late
the State can be proud. Let's do concrete to pour into the foundation Where the sky is never cloudy Ha! And a Christmas : ,

1 our part to put him in the office. I forms of one big building whichwe Ha! I Is considered up card to date.In April :.
CAUR SETTLE, Publisher took to be a warehouse. Other And the grass is always green. Where
-I building sites were being staked Where the bats nightly flying j j I And we never have 'a, pay day '
we never have '"
I a cent, .
Subscription Rate-$:.:,0 Per Year I out, draglines were digging: excavations Rob a man of blessed sleep, j! But
On The House !! I II we never miss the money I. ;
AdvertisingRaton On Application. for others, form-builders were Where there isn't any whiskey : "Cause
we couldn't get it "."
I working: with great gusto and it isn't I I And the beer is never cheap. spent.

By D. C. S. difficult to visualize the project golfing Somewhere in the Southwest Pacific.
Devoted to the advancement and welfare I ahead with great speed to completion {j i Somewhere in the Southwest Pacific' [I Where the ants and lizards play _
of 'Clewiston and Hendry County. by fall. Since we spent sev- '1.I Where the nights are made foV !And a hundred fresh mosquitoesContinued ,

Perhaps better eral years on construction and love, 1, (
a name for this work I j I on Page 8))
would be Editor's Hash,' Potpourri, i I the smell of concrete brings on mild i( ....- .
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NATIONAL EDITORIAL j I or something of that sort for into attacks of nostalgia we may be ex- i I ---',"'_ "
I it will be poured the general mixture jpected to haunt this project as much !
iSSOCIATiON' j! of little things we run' across !''as time will permit and there is''f I Today's F U N N1 0 (a RASVS By Peters r ;h .

I from tfnie'to time which somehow j considerable danger that we'll do I

I don't quite fit into an ordinary news ,''more writing about it in this column I!I

story or editorial. We might even | as the summer progresses. I II When something goes
filch the name of the column Mrs. I I I ---
Go to the polls and vote Tuesday. 1 Bowden carried on so capably for Next Tuesday is election day again wrong"box" with. the electric
on your
car it isn't"music"
There are only a few races but it is so ,and may we to
many years, Ramblings, but iL1 urge you go and cast II l you hear it's
.
nonetheless important that you casta I wouldn't work for that was her your ballot on that day. We're go- Y', dead '
; i t I 111.1 ; silence We
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ballot. column, written in her own style,and ing to vote for Millard Caldwell for perts at ex-
servicing
car's
we're afraid that any attempt we Governor and hope that you will al-'I E'Y .r, electrical system. your .
Another war loan drive will start may make to come up to her stand-!!so but it's the great American privilege ::v- G r R f 1
very |hortly but don't let that stop ards may fall far short. So we're ( to vote for the candidate of your

you from buying every bond you can going much further afield and swip- ;'.choice and none of us would have it I HENDRY

today and every day. ing the name of a column writtenby 'any other way. I ..:
COUNTY
a young editor we know in the'' .'
Clewiston's greatest need. More midwest who won't, we feel quite I '

and more houses. The best indication I sure, protest, even if he ever finds I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. r MOTORS ;

qf how rapidly our city is grow- ]it out. Any similarity between ,uA CLEWISTOFLORIDA K..
,]names of people and places we men -
vaS I
rng ...__ Ij tion: and those you know are intentional ,l With I. -2 a

The News gratefully acknowledged we assure you but we'll try to
receipt of a card from the I refrain from saying anything which II '
Clewiston Red Cross Chapter expressing : might cause anyone sufficient "You sell these slugs for 25c. Customers drop them in

appreciation for the paper's .fense that they would attempt to.'of-I I Our Boys the Electric: Music Box to keep them from playing
services during the War Fund drive. ter the physiognomy which Nature, r

The card is signed by Mrs. R. Y. Pat- in a playful mood, bestowed uponus. I I
terson chapter chairman and M. W. thf
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MILLARD CALDWELL FOR lewiston past Riddle Field we sa 4 l.l SerYlce.; I

GOVERNOR a funnel-shaped cloud hanging f wn. d.''tJ'r." ,!,:.... "\ [: Veterans of All Wars and To Families :i::
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north sky and having seen a few VI.; ; \ .J
We hope; and sincerely belive, that ::waterspouts during my several years / *-J2 -J' :_;: and Friends of Those Now Serving I:_!::

Hendry County voters next Tuesdaywill in the., 'glades, decided that this MM: .N N1N. .1...N 11.M/N/M. .M.H.1...HNH. .M.NON. .....M....:......-N.. .J;: In World War II- :!
Millard Caldwell .
into
give a big majority might develop one and stopped ITo
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'in his race for Governor of the i:beside the road to watch it form.

State of Florida. (Sure enough it did develop but was Frances Nail got a letter from ::f;:; On May; 23rd the people of Florida ill fill the high office of :f,

Florida voters have, on the whole: I too high in the air: to make much of /Campbell, who is with a Sea-Bee {;. Governor for the four years' 1945-1949. It will be during 4'
done a good job selecting Gover- a spout. As we watched it a State construction unit somewhere in New I::!: these critical years that our returning soldiers MUST .i--:

nors for our state and this time, i i Road crew drove up, stopped nearby !I Guinea in which he enclosed the .::. be properly and adequately returned to civilian life. :t:..

with such an outstanding candidateas : and the crew all gazed in the following poem which is very much I.:; ,

Caldwell in the race it is hardly same direction. Thinking they also I to the point. The rain seems to ;;: Millard Caldwell Veteran of World :':
the impress Campbell more than anything : v
logical to assume that they will fail I were watching waterspout we .: .
j else down there and while : War :!:
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to put him over and we feel little strolled over and asked their opin- I so : : :.:
concern as to the outcome. That ''ion. Instead of this phenomenon of much of it would: appear to be very 3. J.

being the case, and his election be- ,!Nature, however, they were gazing 'depressing he says it has its ad- _' Enlisted and served his country in uniform. c ..:...
vantages. It rains Has supported veterans and '
almost veteran-dependent
constant- i measures
ing, as we feel, almost assured, it jut a plane which was lying on its ..
in
he the halls of Congress :::
the tents leak
says and the
is all; the.more. reason why Glades back a hundred yards or so away, an |[|11y boys are kept quite busy patching ::;: Has a well-rounded program for the rehabilitation. of the +4-.
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accident which ''
County should give him a good ma- had apparently hafJf I the ;: disabled veterans of World War II. ::::
jority in the run-off. f pened right under our nose whilewe I holes in their shelters. This :::.
:happens so regularly that it ap- .:.. .
stopped. All of which to
Graham captured the majority of 'show how little can be seen goes by one I I II |I!parently gets quite! humorous and by :::: Having Served In The Ranks, Millard :t
county votes in the first primary close at hand when t I'I joshing each other the boys are able .;-
which it should be and absorbed in Caldwell. Knows What Is Best ,For Our *:
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was as we something far ''to pass off this 240-odd inches of /:::

votes believe will that now most,swing of these to Caldwell.Graham I away.: (rain they a are year.by no Campbell means says neglected that, :X;: Returning Men and Women! =:f w. ,

;We ask that the voters be not Several of the Clewiston boys 'I .
only have 4 Vote :!:
plenty of food, best of medical : for and support a World war Veteran ,_
p deceived last minute overseas have written back that theydidn't ..
by propaganda
attention and really have little to :!: ..:..
which may: be put out which does expect to know the home

not We ask give that opportunity the voters for refutation.remember ,relieve town when their they minds get on back.this score We can for about diers grouse or something about.sailors are But and going American they're to grouse going sol- 1:J.:;::F:;: Millard Caldwell j 11?

that as a member of Congress Caldwell I the town itself has changed not too I' to laugh at every opportunity whichis I+ .
much since
worked diligently for legisla- they went away. But ** ;
one reason any other nation i :
tion which have the we doubt that even residents know Florida's :f
: might prevented Leading Candidate for
might as well get it out of their head i >
present armed conflict or at least the multitude of changes that are : .1...
they can ever lick us: .
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would far taking place just outside of town. GOVERNORPaid
; have made us more prepared -
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to meet it when It came and We drove down to the starch mill I : .:..
t that lie isn't likely to fail to sup- site the first of the week and while j I ly.Somewhere in the Southwest Pacific. I:: ( for by veteran friends, of Millard Caldwell) .:!i::

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I FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1944 THE CLEWISTON NEWS 1'AGE F1L. \


I I II Mrs. A. D. Enfinger.--Miss Letha- an outdoor supper at her home. i Mrs'H. B. Magill.MayMrs i FOR SALE- '
Two
full .
L. I Stacey and Miss Lillian Kenney Following the supper the young C. R. Egley and (to be : '

: j I spent the week-end in Fort Lauder- people enjoyed a number of games supplied.) iron beds and single bed -,
r1 [ Personals j jG. ',dale. and then went to the Community 1 Mrs W. D. Wylie had charge of <

J Center for dancing. .' the program and poems appropriateto complete. Also small -;)!
I Mrs. Foy Durrence and daughter, Guests included Grace Ward, jo I Mother's bay, read by Mrs. J. -

,';Bonnie Fay, spent several days the Ann Crouch, Edith Long, Mary 'Durden and Mrs. M. R. Stroud. \ 'V'j I tables and breakfast set.. ;
.M. Ford was a business visi- latter part of last week visiting Louise Thomas, Harriet Alston, Pat I[ Stroud also gave the

tor in Belle Glade Monday.M. i I relatives in West Palm Beach. Bailey, Louise Prewitt, Jean Bartz, 1\1rs. Wylie read a very interesting:1:Priced for quick sale.-, :-
I __ Carleen Berner, Ann Kinney, Russ article taken from -
R. Stroud spent the weekendat O. J. Daniels of Chipley is spend-' Owens, Gene Mills, Bub Mills, Gil- gazine, entitled "First Lesson In [Mrs. J. D. Jordan, Trinidad : :
his home in Punta Gorda. i ng a few weeks here with his bert McLeod, Ben Bolton, \Vayne' Science" and a general discussion :
'daughter, Mrs. Robert Rainey and Jordan, Stanley Wright, Raymond :, was held on this subject afterwards. Avenue next door :"i

Harvey S. Dyess of LaBelle was a I. Mr. Rainey. Trice, Charles Miner, Charles Ben- I The hostesses for the meeting,
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business visitor here Tuesday.Mrs. s ,bow and Bobby Berner. : Mrs., W. N. Martin and Mrs. H. B. to Mrs. M. A. Thomas. .
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs, H. A. I Magill. served delicious
D. G. Alston spent Sunday in Bestor, Mrs. C. L. McLendon and MOTHERS CLUB MEETSAT 1! ments of cookies and iced 1'etresh-1 1 tp.Johnson's.

_ I ,r= Miami. Mrs. C. H. Berner were visitors in COMMUNITY CENTER, ,1 following members. : I
-- West Palm Beach :yesterday .
r i Mrs. G. H. Brown Mrs Glen '
Rev. and Mrs H. C. Meador and The monthly meeting of the Mother's --- ";
Brower, Mrs. J. W. Durden, :Mrs. J.
family are spending their vacation Mrs. Davis of Fort Club of the Community Church .
Mary Hayes :
I W. Ezelle, Mrs. C. E., Gericke, Mrs. Fish Camp
with relatives in Chattanooga ,Tenn. j;Myers Beach was a business visitor was held Monday night at the Com- ''M. L. Hutson, Mrs C. W. Lingham, .\.
j here for a couple of days last week. munity Center with the president, : (Near hurricane Gate)
Mis. L. M. Weetman, Mrs W. D.
Mrs. the of Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, in charge. Clewiston, Fla. .-,
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez left Davis is owner the Dixie i Wylie, Mrs. David C. Hancock, Mrs. rt:
Monday to spend a few weeks' vaca-.I Crystal Theatre. During the business meeting it M. R. Stroud, Mrs. Curtis Thompson I II Boats and Motors-Guide Service

tion with relatives in Gretna, La.. i was decided to divide the Nursery I and to three new members, 1\1r.j: Rates Reasonable ;
I Misses Margaret' Von Mach AV. II. Johnson, Mgr. :x
-- I and Department of the Sunday School
,. ; Ed McGowan, Jr.', Mrs. A. D. Richardson .
:Mr. and Mrs: W. N. Martin and Rachel Miner returned Wednesday into two different age groups, name- I and Mrs. R. Granere.

r...;.. family spent Sunday with relatives from a two-weeks visit in Detroit, ly, beginners to three and one-half i I .'
in Stuart. Mich.Mrs.. C. E. Nail and Sgt. years of age and three and one-half CLEWISTON COMMUNITY J
Gerald B. Cole drove to West Palm wears to school age with someoneto CHURCH A '

Mr. and Mrs. H.' J. Oglesby! : are r Beach to meet them. assist Mrs. W. N. Martin, the David C. Hancock, Minister I SURF COTTAGES ';_
spending this week in Jacksonville I teacher. I RIGHT ON THE OCEAN \

im business. Mr. and 111'5."r: A. Montgomeryspent A committee, composed of Mrs. ;, SUNDAY, MAY 21, 1944 VACATION spot close to homo. :!

,. Mother's Day at Zolfo Springs W. N. Martin and Mrs. J. W. Durden, I I Sunday School, 9:45 a. in., Dr. C. 'I Nine miles north of the Palm ,;,,
I where they met their parents, Mr. E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor Beaches on U. S. Highway No.1 ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Williams are was appointed to supply flowers to OUR Coast Guard, lease has ex ,
( spending a few days this 'week in I'I and Mrs. A. G. Montgomery of Par- the hospital for the month of May. I all ages.Morning J I pired and renovatingyill be completed ::'i
business. rish at the home of Mrs. M. O. Worship, 11:00, a. m. A about June 1, :when we plan ;;
Tampa on Mrs. Glen Brower volunteered to' to open. I s
Brantley, a sister of Mrs. Mont- nursery for small children is con- DUE to conditions we will operate .,'
gomery. Mrs C. 'J.. Sullivan and call: on new people of the community ducted by the Mothers' Club at the on the Americpn Plan. Reservations )
Capt. and Mrs. R. A. Dobbin and to invite them to church and will be necessary,, with a minimum "
:... Mrs Lee Parker, jr., spent Satur- Mrs., R. E. L. Weed of Columbus, welcome them to Clewiston. Community Center. of a 2-day reservation. Our capacity e
Ga., were other guests. "Our Belief in Forgiveness" .is 20 to 25 guests. .",
day in West Palm Beach.
YOU will enjoy the food, rest relaxation -
Hostesses for the coining year
the theme of the minister's sermon. .swimmingand surf fishing 0:'
Norman Dick were appointed as follows: 6:00 with the home atmos-
; DIr and Mrs. V. A. Reames and Sgt. R. ( ) Fitzhughwho Young People's meeting along
returned to the U. S. June-Mrs. David C. Hancock and The discussion of the Biblewill phere.
son, Donny, spent the week-end in recently p. m. -1 RATES-Double, $4 daily, $25 .-.)
West Palm Beach. from Italy where he narrowly escaped Mrs., Curtis Thompson. t be continued.You I weekly, per person. Single, $5 ,.:
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death when his battalion of cordially invited to worship daily $32 weekly ;;
f July-l\Irs. M. A. Thomas and are, FOR reservations, write SURF :
:'., N. L. Powell left 'Monday night Rangers was wiped out, arrived last Mrs. C. L. McLendon., with us. COTTAGES. 623 30th St., West Palm "
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; \ i Beach. Florida, or Phone 8940. W A. ':
for visit with his sister
[Thursday a -
for Moultrie, Ga, where he was call- August-Mrs. Glen Brower anal pound, Mgr. J. 3Q '
Mis. Maldon S. Wright and Mr., MARGARET'S EPISCOPAL
illness his mother
ed by the ot Mrs. M. L. Hutson. I
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Wright. The Wrights and CHURCH
Sgt. Sept.-Mrs. G. H. Brown and Mrs.E. 1
Fitzhugh spent the week-end withtheir I
George Kiracofe and Geo. Johnston J. Casper. '
in Homestead. Morning Service, 8:30, con :
parents Prayer
spent Saturday: in West Palm Oct.-Mis.. M. R. Stroud and Mrs.
\ ducted by Mr. R. D. Lyons, lay
Beach. --- --- VIKING ,HOTEL
....) K. Bowden. -
,. MRS. DUFF ENTERTAINS Ezelle reader, in the absence of Rev. S. D. 'j '
Mrs.
t. Nov.-Mrs. J. W. and 'I
BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY Mason. 31st & Collins Ave.
f F. F. Faust of Miami, district I Otto Larsen. "

OPA tire examiner, was here on Dec.-Mrs. ;J. W. Durden'and. Mrs.C. .... ." -" ---.--,.-",,, -:-- I MIAMI BEACH
business Saturday. Mrs. F. Deaue Duff was hostess to E. Gericke. Carlton Brown, 1\111'\
;> :..._ I Efficiencies &. Hotel Room -
her bridge club Wednesday after-
Jan.-Mrs. C. E. Johnson and \' block to beach ana buses
Mr. and Mrs., Chas. Foy of Vero noon. Mrs. C. W. Lingham.Feb. .- INSUHEf 'd SUMMER RATES
Beach spent the week-end here as I. Mrs. C. J. Nielsen was the'win- .-Mrs., WD.. Wylie and Mrs. Former operator Churchill Hotel

the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allan ner of high score prize and Mrs. Wm. L.. M. Weetman.
) Twiddy. C. Owen was second high. 1\1arch-1\1rs. W. N. Martin and %WITH WAR BONDS I

.f. -- Others playing were Mrs. J. E. Mrs. Boyd Vorhees. 1 IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
i a' Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden Beardsley, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. April-Mrs. Foy''' Durrence and ,

: J. F. E. Conkling,. Mrs. Otto Larsen, ------
and sons, Kay and Paul, and C. i --- -
Loworn spent Sunday with relatives Mrs. N. V. S.: Mumford and Mrs.R. .

in Okeechobee. ," C. Wilsonv: __ '.,.. '. .
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i Mr. and Mrs Geo. Crow returned |SENIORS AND DATES
{ to their home in West Palm Beach 1 1I0XOnED''YITH PARTY '
c-- last Thursday after spending a week I j :
1';" here. J Mrs. M. A. Thomas and Mrs. J. D.
I Jordan were hostesses the members '
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: Rev. S. D. Mason, rector of St. 'I of the Senior and their -

r: 1 Margaret's Episcopal Church, is I dates at an outdoor supper Thursday ,,,.
;i: (spending this week in Bath, N. C., night. A menu of roasted _
;;; business weiners, salad, baked beans and ,"'
[: on I
-__ lemonade was enjoyed by the group.

" .' Mrs. E. W. Durst, Mrs0.. A'I Indoor games were played. -

Jones and Mrs. W. C. Owen Seniors present were: Katherine I deeply appreciate the splendid vote you gave me "
>. visitors in West Palm Beach. Satur- Watton Jackson, Frances Jordan,
day. Kathleen Lewis, Jo Ann Long, Mary May 2nd. *
f' Mathis, Mauryne Prewitt, Frances

f Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yoder, Mr. I Sutton, Medford Dunaway and Eric elected of Public Instruction' I will .
Y- and Mrs. Al Hollobeck and Mr. and I Thomas. Other guests were Mrs.B. Superintendent '. '
{, r Mrs., Ray Engblade spent the weekend J. Bjornsen, M. P. Stroud, Bern- worthy of your confidence.
't._ in'West Palm Beach.. ard Myers, Sherwood Hall, Lacey prove
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'", Polk and T. Radford. -
I ; Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee and chil- I will be economical but not to the extent of depriveing

I '; .' ,dren left Monday for a vacation trip SHIRLEY ANN OWEN HAS children of the educational advantages due them. }
- ;I- to North Carolina. Pfc. Evelyn 13TH BIRTHDAY PARTY our
: ..] -_; Hare, Mrs. Lee's sister, accompanied

I r' them as far as Jacksonville on her Shirley Ann Owen, daughter of When I served as chairman of your county school t
:.;.' 'return to Fort Benning after a I Mr. and Mrs. Win C. Owen, cele- ;
i: week's furlough. I brated her thirteenth birthday with board we worked tirelessly until we had in Hendry County :

----------------------------------------------------------------------- one of the finest health units in the state. Just as soonas f

i BiMr our term of office expired, our health unit was discon !

tinued. Elect me and we shall have another just as good.' '

:', For an economical business administration 7L

"""r' in the office of Clewiston needs a large Senior High School build- :.

ing with adequate space for a gymnasium and lunch '
SUPERINTENDENT
OF PUBLIC
room. Should I be elected I will work to this end. ,
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INSTRUCTION .' ... '

Q VOTE FOR I believe your P.-T. A. members 'will have in operation ::',,::( --

DR. WEAVER : lunchroom for the coming year. In any way 1:.,", ',:. ;,.., '

For conservative expenditure of school. can I .will cooperate and help you. :

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money : '
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t., VOTE FOR '..' -, : We should have public, school music., .. ,'. -.,.,'
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DR.. WEAVER t ,
.' I sincerely ask that all my friends go to the polls and :

For a new bus for Clewiston district .
for I depending on ,
vote am you : -'-
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For needed additions to the school ':' If you wish transportation to the polls Tuesday tele; ':': ,..:,

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" ;. '.. ', building \ phone 145.1 Give them your name ,and the time of .day: ,1z../':...'

:;. { 4.I: ..'. ,.;;' For a Health Unit with Hendry County as to,call for you. ._ '. :: ... ," "::;

,; the central figure in a three unit formation, ; :,. .t

: t ., P,1 ,: VOTE FOR \ .;"f.


'< t. ..- DR. C. ED WEAVERPaid Mrso Homer Taylor :'



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CHEERFUL CHERUB. t14k J $ # BLACKSOMBREIIO. 4ar 1t2/' -- 1 Gems of Thought,


Sometimes I Feel r '
.so 1 t''if TT IS often easier to justify.
crampedll\ dtay ::;'r j one's self to others than to

At night I Find t respond to the secret doubts-
a. vmdy i Ji e ;7 'by CLIFFORD KNIGHT RV Cl that arise in one's own bosom.
pima -Mrs. Oliphant.
And sort of Elsa Cliitfield: Is disinherited by her to murder Chesebro, to confuse, him gone, Pancho and I go toward the
spread my Aunt Kitty who dies of an overdose of with Nichols! town. Just as we are leaving the If I can put some touches of a
soul out thin morphine. Hunt Rogers and Barry Madison "Reed"-Rogers turned abruptlyto wharf the senor with the big sombrero rosy sunset into the life of any
go to Mexico to solve what they believe man or woman, then I feel that
And that Reed Barton-"your fish knife and the fine clothes he passesus
wt.y to be Aunt Kitty's murder. On ar I have
walked with
was used to kill Rumble. Can the wharf. God.-
cover lots riving they find that Elsa's party has you going out onto And
dQ George Macdonald.
preceded them by plane. James Chese- explain that away?" behind him not very far is another
: oF sp ce.. bro Is murdered, Elsa's father, Sam, Reed Barton sat staring over the senor following him. This is Senor Shadow and stii( so too our livesare
1t'1 ecAtC" meets death from the sword of a marlin, rail at the town. He shifted his Chatfield. Pancho and I recognizehim made- ,
and George Rumble Is murdered and long legs and said: "I can tell youElsa but we do not speak. We are Here learn how Kreat the sun, how
thrown Into the sea near the dock. Rogers loafing on'the street near the wharfall small the shade!
questions Berta Sam's wife, and on -LE GALLIHNNE
the time, and soon Senor Chat-
0 the / which Elsa had
examining quirt with
beaten Chesebro discovers that It conceals field comes walking very fast to- When we cannot find content- .r....
the knife that killed Chesebro. ward the town. He does not see ment in ourselves, it is useless _
,' Rogers visits Lombardo and names eachof I't us. Pancho asks: 'What is his hur- to seek it elsewhere._ d
WNU Features. those who had a motive for killing! + ry, Felipe?' and I say I do not

r Aunt Kitty. know. '

L, Male Brush Turkey Builds clusion Silence of this fell lengthy upon us account.at the Rog-con- SKIN IRRITATIONS OF.

,CHAPTER XIX EXTERNAL CAUSEAcne
ers thanked the youth and turnedto
L 3-Ton Nest Hatches
; Eggs Lombardo. pimples, eczema, factory dermatitis *
r., "The time Rumble died is impor- ,simple ringworm,tetter, salt rheum,
"Senor," 'he said, "are you satisfied bumps, (blackheads and
l The brush turkey of Australia tant," he said. "The hands of his ) ugly broken-
satisfied that out akin. Million relieve
; now, as I' am itching burn
t- frequently builds a nest which watch were stopped at ninenine.But when Sam Chatfield separated from ing and soreness of these miseries with
;!, weighs as much as'three-tons. It that. is an impossible hour; hotel that simple home treatment. Goes to work at F.,
Dwight Nichols at the
; is the cock bird that undertakes Rumble' was alive at that time and once. Aids healing works the antiseptic '
night, he followed'George Rumbleto way. Use Black and White Ointment only
k': the construction of this colossal with us in the bar. He checked out the wharf because he feared that as directed. lOc, 25o. 50c sizes. 25 years*
which of the hotel at ten-thirty, and dis + success.
r>: structure, is formed of Rumble would tell what he knew Money-back guarantee. Vital
.?' leaves and branches and may appeared. His body was found float- o 1 in cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous -
and killed him with the knife he had Black and White Skin Soap daily.
I \' *measure 12 feet across by 6 feet ing later near the wharf. taken from Reed Barton's room?
"*- high. "The hour of nine-nine has no
"Yes 1 satis-
Senor Rogers, am
The depositing of the eggs must meaning unless we can explain it_ 'fled." "

: naturally, devolve upon the fe- satisfactorily. That, I think, is quite "The death of Sam Chatfield can \ : 2///uJSu/IiA?

": .. male, but, having once played her simple. Of course, the watch could i4t111h11JLif//// \ have been only an accident. It occurred \<\ rot Mutt cm in PAIII IF
:: part, she leaves their incubation have stopped of itself but I'm surethat's before the fate of George RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

,',,,:' to her hard-worked spouse, who not the explanation. The first Rumble 'was known, and for that
: : periodically takes the temperature day ashore after the Orizaba arrived reason confused me. A perfectly ;
,} : of the interior of the nest. In so in Mazatlan, we met Rumbleon natural 'accident, I should say anda ,':'
}: the bird his bare neck street. The time of
doing, uses the day was fate justly due the man."
{.' as thermometer. subsequently mentioned. He looked at his watch, ? Rogers abruptly left us and wentto w+ a
';': adding or removing debris as cir- which I noted did not agree with the, companionway. He disap-
.::;;:' -. cumstances dictate. mine. In fact, it was two hours i then
peared for a few minutes, returned -
'- slow. He explained it by saying f JJ black
carrying_the huge som-
that he was still keeping Los Angeles + J Large Bottlett! ,tdM)'12!-Small Size 6Oc
brero with its silver ornaments. He
Y *CIITIOI. liE OUT IS HUCTtl*
r I Phone Poles Sprout I than time Mazatlan which time.is two hours slower stopped before us, turned the hat IT All SOEII DROC Slum it IT Kill a nceipt it frlciMcXEll
upside down and his fingers slip tlDB CO., hc. JKUOIIIUE 4. flOUM
"Now then," Rogers went on earnestly inside the, sweatband. He drew outa

Today's speed of engineeringand I "assuming that on the night slip of paper, and held it out to
construction produced'a laugh he died his watch was still keepingLos is' Lombardo. Odorless Flowers

for'natives of the island of Martinique Angeles time, what does that li "The handwriting is that of Rum- Four-fifths of the varieties of

located on the approachto I signify? He must have died at elev ble," he said. I noted the imma- flowers possess no fragrance. e :-

the Panama canal, French en-nine. That simplifies things im ture, schoolboy writing I'd seen be-

West Indies. mensely. Where were we all at what I think happened Hunt. The fore._ "You "can verify it at the YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM
K that time Madison and I x v
?
Barry office. You will note the
Knife room'at newspaper
Telephone poles, placed along a was in my the hotel
new mountain highway, were cut at that time were on board the the morning I was arrested. Later, names in the following order: Mad-

and set so rapidly that they took Orizaba. The others-Elsa, Dwight when I' went to get my things to- ison, Barton, Rogers Nichols, Chat- HOT flASHESIt

root in the fertile soil and began Nichols, Sam Chatfield and Reed gether for the fishing trip, I lookedfor field, Chesebro. Those are namesof ,
'you suffer from ,hot flashes
.i sprouting branches all the way up Barton-came aboard about mid- the knife to take with me, but the men in this party, excepting weak nervous, cranky feelings, area ,
; the "trunk." night. Reed Barton arrived aloneat it was gone. I did not see it again Rumble's. You note that every bit blue, at times-due to the
the wharf having had to go until I found it on Senor Lombardo'sdesk name is crossed out in the same functional "middle-age" period
around by his hotel for his things. at headquarters. heavy pencil line, except the name peculiar Pinkham's to women-try Lydia E.'

: . eoeeeoeek. Elsa, her father, and Dwight Nich- "Do you accuse anybody?" of Chatfield. For what it's worth to relieve-such Vegetable symptoms.Compound Taken '-

ols went to the wharf together." "No. But there is this to think it's the evidence Senor Lombardo, ,regularly-Pinkham's Compound 4

"How long had you been waiting about: While 'I was in jail, I asked offered by a dead hand. By what helps build up resistance against
S101' when the others arrived?" means he discovered Sam Chat. such distress. It .helps nature
: Mr. Chatfield, to get my watch from Also a fine stomachic tonic. Follow -
"I'd have to guess Hunt. Per- my room at the"hotel. He, broughtit ;field's guilt well. never know. label directions. "

: tGO Ii ; haps twenty minutes. Maybe half; to me a couple of hours later. "I am satisfied, Senor Rogers," LYDIA E. PJNKHAM'S'COM OUD
an hour." I've since investigated and I'm con 'Lombardo'repeated, rising. "I shal

t A. "Did you see_ anything of Rum- vinced that Mr., Chatfield is the only go ashore now and set Pedro free.
ble?" one who visited my room and could He cannot be guilty now."
The comedy quiz- "No." have taken it." As the two shook hands and went DON'T LET

. starringTHURSDAY Rogers turned to Dwight. 'What "Ah, so?" breathed Lombardo. -down the ladder, followed by Felipe CONSTIPATIONSLOW
time did you reach the wharf?" "Felipe," the conversation shifted and Pancho, the launch appearedwith .

t.O'H "Oh" said Dwight "we left the swiftly into Spanish, as Rogers at Elsa Margaret and Berta, eager YOU UPS
last addressed the older of the two now to come aboard, to leave When bowels are sluggish .and you
hotel at to twelve. Went
a quarter feel irritable headachy, do as millions '
behind them. -
Mazatlan
They pausedto
lot down in a taxi. Shouldn't have mariachis, "I want you to answer do- chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern
taken five minutes." I some questions." say'goodby to Lombardo and chewing-gum laxative Simply chew rFEEN
"Si, senor." Doctor Cruz and the two boys and -A-MIN'I before you go to bed, "-
"Now, this question, Dwight: Aft- "Did Senora Chatfield send then came up the ladder. taking only in accordance with package
NIGHTS er Barry 'and I left and Sam you directions-sleep without being dis-
you We stowed the launch and lashedit
with
and Pancho a note to the
*
turbed. Nex morning gentle thorough
Chatfield together, w hat happened? down, and an hour or so later in
10:30 P.M. E.W.T. rancho? relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
Were you together the remainderof "Yes, sir." the full sunshine that beat down FEEN-A-MINT, Tastet good, is handy

the the evening?" "Did you see anything of Senora upon us out of a hot sky we lifted and economical.A generous family supply
on entire BLUE network Dwight was slow to answer. At Chatfield when you returned to the anchor and dropped down stream
length he replied: "No. Sam and I wharf?"' toward the long swells of the sea. FEEN-A-MINT COioGmIII1*

CONSULT YOUR separated at ten-thirty. He said "No, sir. And when the launch is (THE END)
LOCAL NEWSPAPER there was something he had to do
; yet before he could go aboard the

kyn McKESSON & ROBBINS, INC. Orizaba. He came- back about an Entire Panama Canal Plan Changed by

CAtOX TOOTH POWDER hour later. It was eleven-thirty, at
+ BEXEL VITAMIN B COMPLEX CAPSULES any. rate when I met him again." Postage Stamp Showing Crater's Smoke, <

eeeooooeooooVegetables "Earlier," Rogers continued a
new note of confidence coming into Stamps have played many impor- After several months the plan of [c..:
OF
GERMS (
his voice "I assumed that it was tant roles in the pageant of civi- building across Nicaragua seemedto

proper to exclude from suspicion all lization; one stamp, nearly causeda be the logical one, and prep- POLIO

KILLS those persons who subsequently to war; another saved the life of an arations were begun. The plans THE CRIPPLING

,Katherine Chatfield's death died by American explorer in the depths of followed the lakes and rivers al- KILLING ,

Many violence. I, named Chesebro, Sam the Liberian jungles; still a third ready in existence there, from At-
InS Chatfield and Rumble as victims of was responsible for the dischargeof lantic to Pacific. Estimates were DISEASE 4Yw

21 and not the probable killer." a postmaster general. Even the submitted for approval; plans had ,
:) "Yes, sir." decision to build a canal through been drawn up, men were ready to

"Consider for a moment Sam Panama instead of Nicaragua may go to Central America and begin ."'?'-/ -
Chatfield-" be attributed to a single postage work. -- / ,

Vegetables "Senor Chatfield?" stamp, asserts a writer in the New The dramatic alteration in this "' LURK

Flowers & "Yes. He had a most excellent York WorldTelegram.For project came in Washington when '" IN THE F1LTNFLIES.FEEDIJG .
'"f0 Shrubs motive for killing his sister. Mrs. years the shipping industrywas one of the consulting engineers of OF5EWEKS .
1/ Nichols, some months ago said this hampered by the long route the commission received a packageof

t t Tohaeeo ByV.odueb of him: 'He clutched decency to from the Atlantic to the Pacific. charts from his survey crew in ;

: i Lh.mlul Incorpo.at.d CYrp himself with all the passion of a Yankee clippers and British sloops Nicaragua. The contents of the THERE BECOME .I'-
t I LOYIfYIu.,M.ntudr fierce new love. Now then, had raced around the "Horn" for the package was only routine matter, INFECTED AND f

not his sister, an unmarried woman, prestige in the tea trade from China. but the postage stamp affixed to .it
t disgraced the family by bearing a During the gold rush days in the struck his attention.The CARRY THE
FOR + child? Had she not committed West ships rushed to Central Amer- GERMS TO
QUICK RELIEF an i picture of Momotombo
was
: __ MBi B* aBMi BW V VD lea and and HUMAN 8flN6S I!
were .
cargo
Y even greater wrong against his passengers familiar enough to this and
: engmeer n..
Q daughter Elsa? lent across the land by train or he recognized the mountain imme-
.' ;. "And soRogers drew from his carriage and then on to San' Fran- DON'T TOLERATE FLIES : '
A Soothing I diately. His interest was aroused,
y ANTISEPTIC S A LV e;;;. pocket the rotogravure clipping and cisco by another boat. The'cutting however, when he saw that the engraver A;

.t :Used by thousands.with satisfactory results gave it to Lombardo. "After Sam < of a canal through the isthmus of that stamp showed smoke C'atdt *l uTAWGLEF00T/ \ '
-" for 40 years-sir: valuable ingredi Chatfield had died, I found this on seemed inevitable, even though trop- drifting from the crater of this peak
ents. Get Carboil at drug stores or write his desk at the rancho. Senor Lorn- ical diseases and fever crippled several ,
Co. which had been considered
Spurlock-Neal Nashville Tenn. I an extinct -
did attempts to link ocean to "
bardo, you not know Chesebro ocean. volcano.
and, therefore, the point is lostupon( I The rusty machinery of De Les-
you. But the child in the picture : geps lay discarded in the swamps of A survey party was sent to the ,
bears an unmistakable likeness to | Panama. The British attempt was interior to learn whether the engraver
had made a mistake. Not It's the old reliable that never fail*.
Chesebro. I believe that Sam Chat- abandoned; and yet the world need-
( For sale at
rationed.
long afterward word Economical, not
field did not know that Chesebro ed a waterway across Central Amer- was receivedat and stores.TI1E .
hardware
drug grocery
that
headquarters the volcanowas
was the guilty man until this picture -i ica. C
from the paper came into his ) Eventually the United States appropriated not extinct but had again come

Get rid orpesl.s that creep while you sleep. possession. When it did, Chesebro a fund to scrutinize the to life; that smoke was rising from
No Use fuss Stearin Electric Paste Convenient. already was in his house in bed possibility of a canal. A commission the crater.
no muss. Dependable for 66
yeara. 35c and$100 at your druggist's. and suffering from a heart attack. 'I i made surveys and submitted
Dwight Nichols and Sam Chatfieldwere reports on the feasibility of such a Search for Fountain of Youth

c I C of similar build and height. !I project. For months they workedIn Hernando de Sota made its his-
How easy for Pedro, if he did actually the field, examining the features toric search for the fountain ol 12 SHEETS Z von%

see Sam Chatfield on his way \ tf iovurid proposed site I youth in this, country in IS 40,



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I : Sun and Suds-Proof Fabrics Put tlIecUa t? ASK MMho-M4 MMhhhMMhh ME hMMMhhft MMMMhhhhMMhMMt?

Jo.peJt ? A quiz with answers offering

r Stress on Checks Plaids and Dots ? 1i
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ANOTHER.informationonvarioussubiects
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...,. I HOLLYWOOD I
: t By CHERIE NICHOLAS The Questions 6. How many acres does the ..

great pyramid of Gizeh cover? V i
) '.' 1. How times has the title
f. Y many 7. Whose was "the face that i
" ; MONTY WOOLLEY has gone to Progressive party been taken by a launched a thousand ships, and
: F third party movement in the Unit-
war. The whiskered comedianfor burnt the topless towers of 11-. ,
I' ed States?
I : whom life began at 50 is grumbling lium"? !
It. 2. Who the last of the
was
s : thru his beard in a oneangryman -
I I j.i j. crusade. ,French monarchs? The Answers

i : The objective of his pet hate is 3. Back in 1845, what city made "

I L L. ? it the nest of "schools" situated in the use of bathtubs unlawful except -. 1. Two-1912 and 1924. .

; : Hollywood and elsewhere which hold on the advice of physicians? 2. Napoleon III.

out a hope and a promise of, film 4. What is the ratio of gasoline '3. Boston '
I stardom to all aspirants with the used in this war- as compared with 4. Eighty to one. .:

: : price of tuition. World War I? 5. After I1/, hours of sleep. ,

I That their customers possess talents 5. You are most deeply asleep 6. Thirteen acres. .';

I is no -prerequisite. The boys- and after how_ many hours of sleep? 7. Helen of Troy. ','

girls, "of course, .:
"
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r'.- oY l J fall larky and for mothers in the droves.old, ma-too, [Hat, Purse of Joined Medallions I IL :


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,. There seems tobe

a widely Due to an unusually large demand and I
prevalent notion current war conditions slightly more times ",'
abroad that anybody -. required in filling orders for a few of
the most popular pattern. numbers. ,
short of a Send your order to:

deaf mute.. can_.
,( master the craftof
:; : Sewing Circle Needlecraft Depi.
in
miming
apMonty Woolley
564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, HL
the :)
proximately
Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to
I.",.', time it takes to memorize Hamlet's cover cost of mailing) for' Pattern'j

i soliloquy. No............... (
... Monty Woolley sputters'and roars
y' za: e
: in Name ...............................
righteous ,rage. "Why why- "

%', P n73'' when I think of mine own kampf Address ............................. ;

why, damn it all, these arrant trick
4UJ1i sters!"

No Bed of Roses

....
The point is that Monty resents SNAPPY FACTS

acrimoniously the inference that \
\
h.: people can learn to act overnight.He ABOUT

3' resents this implied slur even e I
SAY glibly that checks ;
UJ
TO t
: a more bitterly because a.lot of folks
plaids are in fashion ;
o. seem to think that's what he did. 7
does not do justice to the situ- : riJfRUBBER
I "If ever a man came up the hard \
ation as it is this spring, and "
A 4. way I did, said he while waitingto
as it will continue the whole
; do a scene for "Irish Eyes Are
summer through. Fact is, "
Smiling. Christopher Columbus is cred-
there is a regular epidemic of
"It's true you'll find in Hollywoodand ited with bringing first re-
checks little medium and big The .
trimming with self-pleating. ,
New York as well, certain mis- ports of (rubber to the ,civil-
sweeping across the fashion horizon handling of the plaid so as to form guided and uninformed ized world, but 'rubber relics
this season. In the cotton realm the designful points down the center personswho'll found Mayan ruins
tell that has been among
4::, vogue for checks, plaids and polka front of the skirt is also an inter- you Woolley lead some scientists to believe -
dots rages on and on. esting feature. Dresses of this type guzzling fine wines, feeding on that rubber Items were

It gives a new' importance and will prove smart suburban and town caviar and terrapin, and wearing In use In the eleventh century.
costly raiment all his life.
meaning to tub fabrics that nowa- wash
this They
mainstays summer. "Fooey! Rats! Nonsense!" Rubber, both wild and plantation,
days they can be absolutely reliedon prettily, iron quickly and go perfectly grows best In an area 10 degrees
if they carry the proper guar- with either colored or white Family Nixed Stage either side of the equator.

antee label, to be both sun and suds- accessories. His dad owned .
some very prosperous -
-1.JUST The production of one complete -
proof, due to their everfast'processing -
Polka dots, are as popular as New York hotels. The Woolleys bomber tire takes
'r It is also noteworthy of the new ever. They share style prestige were rolling in it. ,But when Monty as much large time as does the mak

cottons and other washable weaves equally with checks, plaids and smeared the family escutcheon with irgof: several truck tires, or

that 'they are receiving the same stripes..,The winsome frock.centeredin grease paint the old gentleman 'up to 60 passenger car tiresof

meticulous. styling that. in >years the picture makes appeal be- showed him the door. a few easy-to-crochet me- the most popular size. The
gone by was reserved for fine wools and Undaunted it. demand for large tires Is severely -
cause of its exquisite simplicity Monty kept at That joined together make
and silks and such. Which all leads
': because of the attractiveness of the was 30 years ago and more, and he this cool-as-a-breeze calot and bag straining the production

z= to the present new order of events tub, polka dot. material of which it is had bounce. He still has bounce, an set. Use any color straw yarn to facilities of the Industry..
that cottons and
'-s, to and rayon weaves fashioned.This charming model was amazing share of it. .highlight any costume.
perfection go everywherewith one of many lovely wash frocks The fact is that no poor little rich .

high style acclaim these days.It shown at a style revue recently boy ever had more strikes on him Crochet for pleasure In odd moments of ..-_.-."" '
is washables such as_ herewith staged by the Chicago National than did Monty in his 30 years' war leisure. Pattern 7040 contains directionsfor ..,.,"h.. (.!--" $'-y. ''1! .
; pictured that are riding the crest Wash Apparel association. The spun to get somewhere in the theater. hat and purse; list of materials. :.e .*" ">> "".i'A.i ; #
,,I of the wave in point of highfashionimportance' : .
.
M rayon weave is in powder blue with Moss Hart gave him the big ;fy: / )
'
The attractive dress ;.. '''' "
'large white polka dots. The row on chance that really emancipated him !Iff:,>" ,..' y' ....... ...._ 1.,:;"..,....>om _,. ,
shown to the is made of
right poplin row of white machine stitching in "The Man Who Came to Dinner."

plaided in pink and black, which which trims this gown is handled: Moss made George Kaufman and F Flying Raiders' Maps

has been ever-fast processed, so thatno most effectively. This is the sort of Sam Harris see Monty's possibilitiesand B.E Goo
matter how times it is
many dress you will treasure, for it hasa Monty and Twentieth CenturyFox -
laundered 'it will come out bright ladylike charm which every wom- did the rest. U. S. fliers on bombing raids
and lovely as ever. Its absolutely .
an covets.If over Italy carry two different sets
fast colors will refuse to give
way
no matter if an inexperienced little you are going in for smart cot- As the Rose of maps. One map shows the tar- drieh't.

bride tubs it or it has had to pass tons this summer, and of course you There's a bloom on Ann Sheridan get they must hit. The other

the test of a -boom-town laundry. are, for "everybody's doing it," I've never seen there before and shows the historic and cultural

','; ." This stunning dress in pink and don't miss the joy of owning a little cute, 6 rri 66uU6 rrrr1iY-* monuments they must take spe-

:::' black, ,a color combination especially bolero two-piece, either skirt and Jane W y man cial care to avoid.

/'" outstanding this spring, will bolero or sun-back one-piece dress makes a nice .

:: .::" be equally chic going about town, and bolero made of brightly color- sidekick for her ,

fti':,. or stopping to linger at the club or ful plaid gingham. If you choose the + in "Doughgirls." r rl'

;t- to play a game of bridge. The selfI skirt-and-bolero type, you will find We got on the
.r pleating that trims the bodice front it very practical as it looks so posi- subject of Mexico -

'ys and the pockets is a favored fashion tively smart and pretty worn with and the beautiful -
I : gesture. Self-ruffles and pleatings frilly white sheer blouses or with things Paul-
t ; dark monotone types that have a lot ette Goddard
.. adorn most of the simple daytime .y. 1.
<;,,:: frocks, imparting a youthful air that of snowy sheer frou-frou about neck- brought home Itt t

>; is most pleasing. line and sleeves. from the museum ,

d. ":..... The designer of the smart ever- Released by Western Newspaper Union. Ann Sheridan down there. I

k :' fast gingham, shown to the left, carries asked Ann to let nt

.,' .'. out the new and popular idea of Wearing Flowers Is me see her collection. She said, ; __
to.a "Hedda, are you kidding? I didn't

'The YearThe visit the museum." Director
fi Hat Matches Blouse Style'This Jim Kern told me how Eve Arden .

," custom of wearing artificial got the Russian part. She was on BAKER ,
e. '>' flowers has been revived with utmost the lot doing another picture and HINTS for HOME .
!
r....:., enthusiasm. So make your called up wanting to test for the part, r W nderfu'' Ro lls .
.
I ,,,' heart feel young and joyous and but Jim, who'd known her for Cereatteftovei'-mo

I :/f your appearance subtract years by years, said, "Eve, dear, you're not yellow label y =

I wearing flowers on everything, your the type." Next day Eve dressed up 1 $ ns: a
w
the Russian came on the set, 1
lapel, your bag, on the cuffs of your as fts-2
gloves, at your waistline and mostof spoke in dialect, and the part was

all, indulge in several of the provocative hers-which shows even experienced ""
r f r. little'flower-laden chapeauxthat actresses have to beg for parts they "isSF"

everybody loves. Your simple want. 1 cup milk

little black dinner gown will vamp i An Old-Timer Suggests 2/tableSPOOns salt sugar i sifted flour
cups
all eyes if place a single 4 teaspoons
you or a I shortening
Metro is "Ziegfeld Fol-
I shooting ? tablespoons luke-
f couple of giant roses at your waist- 4 cool to
lies," and if all its elements blend ttoo:
shOrten\DI:slid add cerealJUlXwre.
line. Flowers worn ear-muff fashionare salt.
..
the way they did for Ziggy, it should add sag water wnainnglOutor
ever so flattering. Your snoods Scald mills yeast In untiloUt.mead q- -
make screen history. You'll find Dissolve beat dough
and scarfs should be + war m- and doug h. bOW '
prettified lOur
,f your the handled In greased
James Melton singing a love song Add hall easIlY dough
with single blossoms or petals enough to toak' and elaStic.Place .Let tlse until
while Esther Williams and 50 mer- smooth and per'With
strewn all them. Collar and lightly free rolls
over
maids swim to the rhythm of his and and set In wsnn pace When 1Ig1lt coven and let rise agsIU.
cuff sets are made of pasted flower y 1 s hOurs. at 42S.I'
cover about cake panshot oven
voice. You'll pardon me for suggesting }'i gressed layer
Some these sets
petals. of In
have
but how together about 1 hour.
about rounding up the ; close bulk,
1r In
little flower pockets to }match. L R Until doubled Makes 2Va dozen.
former Ziegfeld Follies beauties and t A ; 25 m1nREEsiNpEWWARTIMEEDITIONOFfIEISfNHANN'SRECIPE.
having them all glamorized as tho about -..agro ik

'bI Exciting New SilhouetteYoung ready for a number, just as they LIBB i
I : -- '- //'mrv. modern and ever so slen- were in the old days, then switch BOOK

I ':. Red and white rayon crepe are derizing is the verdict rendered in and let us see what they're doing
today. I believe anybody would post card for your free copy Ham :
geta
used in this striking blouse and half- regard to the new long-torso dresses of Fleischmann' newly revised
kick out of a scene like that, but Bread B..i ec.a ."
hat ensemble. It is a stunning two- sans belts, the same being fashion'smove "Tho AddressTown
then I'm just an old sentimentalistwho Dozens of easy recipe* for
some suitable for town or country. to create a new silhouette. bread rolls,desserts.Addreta
loves to see "belles of bygoneyears" Standard Brands.Inc.,Grand er City. Coi _
Worn with odd skirts or with a suitit It's the long-torso dress and the
Boa 477,
chance. Central Annex
get another Why
carries style distinction whereverit tunic blouse which is bringing abouta New York 17, N. Y. Sfcrt*
? I mine.
not got
goes. vogue for smooth waistlines.


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t;\ RIGHT THE CLEWTSTON NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1944


!; dexterity. The graduates of this the students ceiving. plane flightsat to existing: grazing lease which County, Florida, until three o'clock
Our
With Boys- 'school are eligible for the rating of Chapman Field. This expires Notice December Is published 16. 1946. In compliance I P.for:M.! the:, on Purchase the 2nd of day One of 100 June,Horse 1944,

Aviation Machinist's Mate (I) Florida with Sections ,270.08 and 270.09, Power, 248 Inch wheelbase School Bus
Statutes :
Replace the one you slay. Women eligible' for the WAVES Dwight L. Rogers Is TheTrustees reserve 1941. the right to (I Chassis school bus, equipped body, all with steel sixty construction passenger
;So take me back to you. are those between 20 and 30, no minor reject any and all bids i to meet specifications set up by Florida -
Let me hear the Mission Bells, children, with two years of high Also A FarmerVoters BY ORDER of the Trustees 'of the Department of Education. '"
Internal Improvement Fund. !i I Said Board reserves the right to reJect -
lor this God forsaken outpostIs school. Navy wives, provided their 'i any or all bids. .
SPESSARD L. HOLLAND,
a substitute of HellAuthor ! I husbands do not hold the rank of Sixth Congressional I Governor. IC.I I All bids should be addressed to Dr.
of the E.
Woaver,
County School
Unknown. ensign or up, are also eligible. Other District may be surprised to learn Attest F. C.: Elliot, Secretary. I I "-i' ..LaBelle, Florida, and Superintendent marked-
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'. requirement information may. be Secured that Dwight L. Rogers, in additionto No. 55-April 21, 28. May 5, 12, 19. 1 School Bus
j from Mrs. Prewitt, 410 E..Osceola (SEAL) DIfcLON HALL.
successful and experienced -
being a -- I
From the other side of the world Ave., (telephone 8)) or at Chairman Board of Public
farmer, having
'I lawyer, is also a Instruction of Hendry
tor is it?) Parker Wilson gets a letter the Navy Recruiting Station, 207 NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR PURCHASE County, Florida. .
I farmed in Georgia.for many years
Connie Clark from In- Palm 01SCHOOL I1US ATTEST:
from Sgt. [post Office Building, West
I large plan- I
: and. is now farming a C. E. Weaver .
dia. FIom'the tone of the letter Beach. County. School Superintendent' ,
i tation but which is not competingwith Sealed bids will be received by the
India has had little of a depressing Board Hendry. County, Florida.
I| the winter vegetable grower. of Public Instruction of Hondry May 12, 19, 26, Juno 2, 1944.
effect on Connie's: good humor although ..
he is evidently not getting Is Offered At Rogers has been a resident of Fort M/V.nM/W WnNM

around as much as he would like. ( Lauderdale for twenty years during
Says he has a pet monkey which Is Riddle SchoolMIAMI which time he has practiced law and

a lot of company. Connie has a his reputation for honesty and integrity ELECT ti


up post-war for the organization USA which he already:feels will set- aviation ,course May 18-A, believed summer the school first While he has has been had'without a most successfullaw blemish. H. H. "Mack" McCALLYOUR k

swell. He'd make McArthur practice he is not, a rich man
work I
.of its kind to be offered in the nation -
president, Uncle Joe (he didn't say will open June 12, at Embry- and will have spent at the conclusion SHERIFF A WORLD WAR VETERANHe
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what is
of this campaign permitted
whether it was Stalin or Stilwell)
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Vice-president and Admiral Nimitz Riddle high School school of Aviation students, in providing this by law. He is grateful for Stands for Law Enforcement, With
advisor. '' the support from his friends but
general 'I' area with the fundamentals of areo-
states that he has not received any
nautics in a six-weeks program that
large contributions from any source f !
Mrs. Maud Hare was the recipient I'will be climaxed with an airplane y .
. institution has helped to finance -
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, of a letter this week from her sou,1'S. flight. and no
Sgt. Leroy Hare who writes from I his campaign. i
Designed to give students here a
. England that he is ready to begin I aviation their national Rogers says that he will go to I .
lead in over
' :operational flying and will soon be Congress obligated only to the people I EconomyHonesty
; the course at EmbryRiddle -
,- 'buzzin' Morris and Ed. Leroy is age group of his district and will hae no I
will include assembly and disassembly -
:" onl I I3i that he is not a
radio operator and waist gunner boss except them;
of both planes and engines
", Flying Fortress. Here's hoping i member of any clique, group or
: along with the basic principles of
: ; when he gives Morris and Ed the I gang and will be free to representall
: buzz he'll also thumb a nose at their flight. of the people of his district. Al- Protection
?- Jerman captors. I More than 40 professions in the though he lives in Broward County "

1; '. aviation industry will be outlined to he says that county lines will be Youth Education
enable students to determine their of the I I
obliterated in his thinking
:: Lynn Toder, who has been stationed -
the
own qualifications and study district in order that he can represent .
somewhere around New York
:.' I He is against: .
opportunities provided by each, Ed- t:
t. for sometime with the Navy, has"been it as a unit. I I
win P. !Stahl, director of the tech-
in the
assigned to a new ship and is His legislative record
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ida Senate has been good RacketeeringDictatorship
1;: expecting; to see more of the world very
professions will be given by specialists -
legislation be-
shortly.WAVES. most famous peace of : '>. .
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Visual and practical phases of the law which removes all taxes :
Needed- '
'" program will be stressed and sub- except those for debt service from.

f.,..,..,, jects will include design and con- the home owner. I'

:,_ (Continued from page 1) struction of aircraft and engines, __ 1 1 .

*, -:: "which consists of disassembling, repairing Meteorology, navigation, radio, map I ,I// ,ti.

t reassembling, and calibrating reading, electrical and hydraulic sys- NOTICE

:,.. the instruments. Work on these tems, the air hostess, flight captainand Tallahassee Florida I

highly delicate instruments is comparable engineer,, airport- management, NOTICE is April Hereby 13. 1944.given that the II His only promise to the people is service and protection ...
<:" to the intricacies of watch- etc., Stahl said. Trips will be madeto Trustees of the Internal Improvement ,;:).
24 hours a day to the best of his ability with the help of ( -
and requires great manual j airports ,in the Miami area with Fund of the State of Florida will offer I
I'i'::.." 'making for sale and receive competitive bids the citizens of Hendry County.
at Florida May
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S% of Section 19;
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: L SECTION TWO CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, J.'HIHAY11Y:; 19, 1944 SECTION TWO It

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vote in a referendum on whether unemployment."My TO MAKE MINERAL PELLETS correcting mineral deficincies in the< (
CALDWELL ANSWERSCHARGES be saddled with six !I '
\ /they wanted to only difference with the administration I pasture grasses of Florida and an. :
I I I million dollars of debt. For similar t'' Lawrence Perry and Dr. Neal of .
on war preparations )I' nounce that they expect to begin at i
I I I voted against the bill as Security Mills, Arthur
reasons and Wells of
,IN SPEECH was that I was convinced that the once manufacture of a mineralized '
: proposed by a big bond house which administration was permitting itself Arcadia were here this week study- pellet which may be fed to cattle and
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I I was designed to boost the profits of to be held back too long by the ing formulae which is used for correct these deficiencies. 'J 1 1I
MADE IN LAKELANDLAKELAND bond brokers and traders. The bad pacifists then in power. I began a I
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features of that bill caused to determined fight ten years ago to
declared unconstitutional by the fortify'our Pacific outposts build up
Supreme Court. It was revised later
May 17-Millard stockpiles of war materials, em-
and has since undergone heavy revisions bargo scrap and aviation, shipments
Caldwell swung his second primary and the subject matter has to Japan and to ,build up both the
-campaign for.the governorship south- now belatedly been handled properly Army and the Navy. I supportedthe To The VotersVoters
-; ward :today making speeches in Os- with adoption of the constitutional administrations' foreign policy as "j"jJ'
I' ceola and Polk 'counties on his way amendment advocated by the soon as this nation developed sucha
1 .here to close the day at Munn Park present state administration to cure policy. '

': well tonight.told In crowds his speeches of voters today what Cald-he' the.remaining defects of the measure "As a congressman I.did not make '',- .........-....................................................................... ..1,

,;' '., vas and has not done as a public of- speeches about myself or have them vf" ;
"In I supportedand voted
congress
.' :ficial. mailed out at the taxpayers expense 'IJ
for the Federal Act providing matching under government frank. My mod-
> "In the Florida Legislature," he I of funds for Old ',Age Assistance. .
erate law practice does not include
.said, "I opposed the sales tax, advo- I have helped get for the old people a single regular account or retainer of Hendry county are urged to go to the

cated Homestead Exemption and I of this state every dime that has from a large corporation: of any kind. I polls next Tuesday, May 23, the date of the second primary :
supported and helped pass the 'act to them from this source. I
come I earned the enemity of Florida'slargest
providing sick leave for teachers and ([did not promise them that I would banking and land holding I or runoff. election, to help nominate a governor, congressI' -

r; the act providing new revenue for them $200'or .$500 a month. As I of the
,get estate when I opposed it on the man newly created sixth congressional district on
the schools. In reference to I
my to match these
governor I propose sales tax: and on two big land deals I
vote on that question I inserted an ''federal funds' in full so that the it hoped to put over. That organization -I' the state ticket, sheriff, county superintendent of public

explanation in the official journal'(maximum of $40 a month will be financed the man who ran instruction, county commissioner for districts 2, 3 and 4
that I voted for' the bill because it .
,.; was the only measure offered for 1 I provided."As against me for congress, supportedone and school board member for district 2 on: the county ticket.
I of rivals in the first primary -
of I my
member congress opposed -
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> the relief of the public schools
'. ofI I i! the wilder and more theo- and is now presumably sup- Each and every voter has a personal obligation in helpingto
r,' the state. As governor propose, to :
increase school aid to $1,000 a unit I Iretical of the proposals advanced by porting my present opponent."As select a nominee for each of these offices. So-. :
"'?,' and to make teachers and bus driv- I,the left wingers such as the orig- a candidate I have kept my f .
inal Wagner housing act but I sup- clean. I have in 1
ers pay increases retroactive to the race engaged no
start of the term. I ported and helped pass the subsequent mudslinging. We have not and will I BE SURE TO VOTE ON MAY 23 1
FHA Housing Acts after 'I
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involving public
features had been
socialistic
the eleventh-hour
wise any e smear sheets
debt I followed a careful economical1policy 1
pared out of therm. and advertisements. Noneof ', '
misleading ,
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;'a who pay sympathetic the bills.: to For the example people II I "I supported and voted for fed- my campaign literature was printed -;,''> ..!. ) .:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,...:..:.. 1 J

followed ,the leadership. Senator eral bank deposit insurance home outside the state of Florida. I 1 j
A. O. Kanner of Stuart when he loan provisions establishment of am still fighting a clean fight. Thatis -

;' voted against an Okeechobee Flood CCC camps, many of the measures the way I began this fight" and Hendry County Democratic Executive
'Control bill because the House had for the relief of farmers and other that is the way we will win.

stricken out a safeguard that the |I!provisions designed to relieve dis- Committee
people of the area have the right to \tress arising from depression and

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TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MAT 19, 194J1
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men would vote, and if they do not, being of his, country depends upon I No. 4 and 5 coupons valid through 1
Moral Responsibilities Of\\:'they are not upholding the Constitution its loyalty to God and obedience to Aug. 31.Definite,

,,' but are destroying It. The His will and who has in his, own value coupon good any
Citizens In a DemocracyContinued I' founders of our country believed heart .that same loyalty and obedi time. Look to The's,

I that men would have some sense of ence. These constitute the deeper, Rationing rules 'now require that

from Last Week) I i responsibility toward the preservation spiritual aspects of our democracy; every car owner write his license
( to realize particularly I of their freedoms; -and that and in them we find"the duties and 1 number and state in advance on all Future
We ought ,
would be able to distinguish which most vital
: they responsibilities are gasoline in his
possession. ,
in this crisis that there can be no coupons
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between liberty and license. to the success of the democratic way ,
real protection of democracy with I POINTS EXTENDED
That is one of the lessons that of- life.
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out a moral and spiritual under-! Housewives were reminded by '
-David C. Hancock
of this generation need des- ,
girding of the people of this coun- {I we Chauncey W. Butler, district director -
to learn, and one that we
perately
try. And in connection with this j of the Office of Price Admin- After The War
must teach. our children. Peter
matter of protecting or defending i RATIONING istration at Jacksonville, that Red
I Marshall of Washington, D. C., says
im-
democracy there is an extremely ration stamps R8, SS and T8, now
Americans and American youth CALENDAR '
that You Will
Want To
portant question which it seems tome valid for purchases of rationed :
must fall in love with democracy;
we ought to ask ourselves hon- meats, fats and dairy products must

estly. Are we fit to defend the'and selves that to those we must religious rededicate principles our-, ::MEAT, BUTTER, ETC. last four weeks instead of the customary Build A Home

higher way of life which our democ- which this nation was founded Book 4 led stamps A8 throughT8 two. {.,

racy, in its ideal, represents? Are upon. America is in deep need of a good for 10 points indefinitely. The only items now requiring red

we morally worthy of the great i rebirth of religion. America needs U8, VS, and W8 become valid June 4. points are beef steaks (except flank) It Will Pay You To
jesponsi-j
blessings of freedom and I i more reading of the Bible than of (Meat grades: AA or choice, A and roasts, butter, margarine, cheese I
bility which are ours under this key. the newspaper more faith in prayer or good, B or commercial, C or and cheese products and evaporatedmilk.

and this flag? I I than in radio commentators, utility, D or cutters and canners.) I I Buy Your Lots

Freedom such as ours has a price. ;i more time spent in worship than at FRUITS, JAMS, ETC.
Only with great sacrifice was it Book 4 blue A8 through Q8 validfor. I
God Farmers
'won"1) double features. Only under are threatened with a NOWOLEWISTON
and only with great sacrifice 'van democracy survive, for its basicprinciples 10 points indefinitely. R8 throughV8 serious shortage of legnme and grass .
be maintained. We have freedoms' are built the Christ- become valid June 1.
'here in America which are paralleled | upon SUGAR sec es-a vital' link, in food produc
ian religion.
in few places on the earth Stamps I tion now and for the future. i
30 and 31 in book 4 valid
to-I "In God We Trust" we print on !
day. We are free to worship I :
indefinitely for five pounds, stamp
our coins, for all the world to, see,
according to the dictates of our own :
the idea around in 40 valid for canning through Feb.
and our
we carry
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conscience, without compulsion, from 'I! pockets. But is it really true? Do 28, 1945 (correct.) I REALTY f
what church to attend
anyone to tell us
,we actually trust in God as a nation? SHOES
or what creed to believe. We the that Book 3 airplane stamp 1 and 2 Buy War Bonds \
to ] Or is it not rather case for and DEVELOPMENT
not
are free, as multitudes are good indefinitely. I
most Americans, freedom of re- .
andhear
read the, Bible for for ourselves
ligion means freedom from re-: GASOLINE10A ,TODAY CORPORATION 1
its word direct to us.1Te are I I
valid for three
ligion? There are seventy million coupons gal-
free to cast our secret ballot to vote lons
Americans who have not even a through Aug. 8. **For F1ItUrS**
choice, j ,
for the candidates of our I 10
FUEL OIL 1
nominal connection with religion, .
free to have 'a voice in saying who j ---'-- --
no connection whatever. According
shall represent us in our government (
to the spirit of 'the constitution "
which rests upon the consent'of ..
which gave us religious freedom, '- .
the governed. No one will cote *
I assuming that we would have a re- .
to our houses with fixed bayonetsand r
ligion, there are *seventy million : :; "\
force us to go to church on a '
Americans who are unconstitutionalpagans. i 3)wJni/tQ '
Sunday. No'secret agent will com-

pel you to read the' Bible, or pray, .
or give to the work of Christ's But there is one thing we needto I I

church. No policeman will knock at remember here. Be sure of this, ., ., ',.'.>..'.,... \
door next election day and tell if we do not make proper use ofbur k' ..' .""1' :.:,' ,.
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religious'freedom If.> ;
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it
you that you must go; out and, vote j. will one day I ." ':':" t "--': $'"'.," ,
or be thrown into prison. No, these be lost to us; and with it will go i -' .,: ,
will not happen to us. We are free! the last vestige of all our other I 'I" VGR0.

Yes, we are free. We are free to freedoms. I believe it is a law cf i of the : '

neglect our worship and desert the nature that a limb or a member I'I'i, I new .,. / ,_ "

;churches,' free to let the Bible accumulate which is never used will eventually '

dust, free to let our chil- become incapable of being used. .1 i < 61fzJiMJ d ': /FORT P

dren grow up,as pagans virtually Let us not be deceived; God is not
ignorant of the meaning and importance mocked. 'If we do not make dili- :c r r--. //.1

of Christian morals and re gent use of our freedom of worship, OKH6CHOBt36
ligion. We are free to stay at homeor we shall be judged unworthy of it, '

do as we please instead of goingto II and wake up one day to find it gone /

the polls, and so, free to let the and with it our others. I'1S STURRT

minority! rule us however it pleases. !' Today in this time of crisis, ARCR A j

Yes, we are free; but we are not free | thousands of Americans are pray- /.,/ I
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to escape the consequences of our t ing that prayer which we see dis- 1i\\ (;

neglect and our indifference, the I played in every conceivable place,

lowered.: levels of morality, crime "God Bless America." But surelyas

and vice and drunkenness and delinquency I intelligent citizens we realize
and corruption in PUfTA QORDA /
the irony of praying "God Bless / }
tics and government. I America" when God to many Amer- I/1(

The men who framed our Constitution i icans is an unreality, an empty con- l
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and wrote into it the provisions -, 'cept, a meaningless word. Surely we mooRG I-- IS

for our freedoms knew the realize the frightful mockery of

priceless value of them, and they:] ,displaying that prayer in places '

assumed that men would use those where the name of God is mentioned 6

freedoms to the best possible adI'I only as an oath, and where every- PRLm
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part of the bill of rights is based America" when many Americans are

upon that assumption, so that in avery I flagrantly j: disobeying the very God

real sense those who neglect t to: whom they are supposedly pray'
worship are acting unconstItutional-i ng. FORT LAUDeRDALe ,

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er, District No. 2, Hendry County, subject I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER! 'ts people. term in office and cn honestly 'I..
:7 !Livestock Auction to the Democratic primaries in DISTRICT NO. 4 11 HARVEY S. DYESS. that during .this time I have done say-my
Hay. {Paid Palftical Advertisement' ) best to familiarize myself with the af .' 'J'
j On Last Thursday Your vote and support will be greatly I fairs of my district and the county BEN '
':-iI-' appreciated. I wish to announce that I am a candidate a whole to the end that I might be-: \' ''j
:.T. C. JACKMAN for County Commissioner fur r FOR COUNTY CfnnnSfOIO'i'p.R: able to give an efficient as well as conscientious '.:
Brings In $20,913 (Paid Political Adveitlsement.) I District No.4, Deniud. subject to the DISTRICT NO. DKNAUD atimlmstr:ittun. In asking- : I
;; decision of the voters in the May primaries for another term I pledge my best el- ;' I
I have lived in Ilendry countyfor T wish to announce to the .otl'TR o* forts in a continuance of the same- I
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 49 years and am interested in its Hendry county that I f>m a cnndidnt" policy Your vote and support In the. "
(Hendry County News) DISTRICT NO. 2 progress and welfare, and. if elected. 1 for reelection to the offic of Conrrtv :Map: primary will be >ij>prcciated.A. ',_:
Buyers attending the first sale will devote my best efforts to servine Commissioner of district No. i, whichis J. EVERS. I
I wish to announce that I am a the befit interests of the county and Fort Denaud. I am serving my first (Paid Political .
held in three years at the LaBelle candidate for reelection to the officeof ..Advertisement.) tai I
market county Commissioner of District 1t t
livestock paid $20,913.68
to the will
i Vo. 2, east LaBelle, subject :
'_ for cattle sold under the hammer of the voters of Hendry county in the :1\\
last Thursday afternoon, number- May 2 primary. Members of"the county __ .
board saw fit to make me chair- -'" i iI
: ing 378 head. Besides, two horses man when I was first elected four ; : ;, :
were bought in cheap. years ago, and again two years ago, THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. :, .' :
an honor which I deeply appreciated. I :i I. : !
In the lot of cattle were 219 Since I have been in office I' have .." I
steers 104 cows, 44 calves and 11 trIed to serve my district and the I I >
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county at large to the best' of my ability ;.; .' ; ,
bulls. Steers brought a high of This I will continue to do,. if re- :: -, ',;;
elected. The vote and support of the ." ;! I
: $10.50 a hundred pounds, cows people of the county will be ap- a I ,>11
"' $9.25, calves $12.50 and bulls 950. preciated. Thank you. s ,
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J. O. DAVIDSON.Paid I
: Buyers represented Florida and ( Pall heal Advertisement) .
Georgia packing houses and individual et .;
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.' cattlemen. They were Smith, FOR COUNTY DISTRICT COMMISSIONER NO. S II -\g7 2 A .,.'"...

Richardson and Conroy. Herman ."--, I
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Sausage company, Florida commission To the Voters of Hendry County: I' I
r company of Florida, Georgia wish to announce that I am a candi- I
date for County Commissioner for District -
Packing company, and Braddock, No. 3. I have been a resident of
Register, Knight, Plank of. Belle this section for 31 years and am very I .-,; '
much interested in county affairs. In J j il>e.
Glade, Dixon of Tampa, Bateman of asking for your vote and support, II I
, t Lee county and Roberts of West promise, if elected to give to my district J 1 1I
: and county at large the best i I :
.? Palm Beach. About 300 attendedthe service of which I am capable. Most
sale. sincerely, i .
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PAUL O'BANNON. j
Offerings were made by Badcockof I (Paid Political Advertisement.) I I -

'''Fort Myers, Hilliard Bros., J. B. .. I' .

Hendry, J. W. McDaniel, C. O. I '
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:
''," Willis, W. P. Hill, Earl F. Wray of. DISTRICT NO. 3 i *

Hendry county The two horses I .

sold on the block were bought in by This is to announce thaE I am in the I r i
for County Commissioner of Dis-
Jake Edwards for $50, and J. C. race trict No.3. LaBelle, subject to the I I
Jackman for $25. A. C. McNurlon wishes of the voters of Hendry county |
as expressed in the :May 2 primary.II |
of Umatilla waS auctioneer. am a lifetime resident of this section
The Everglades Cattle Associa-, and deeply interested in its welfare
and development. To this end, if elect- j.
;: tion was in charge of arrangements, ed, I will give the best service: of which .. -
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and those having a part jn conduct-, I! am capable.:, Your vote and support. .447; t r '
will be greatly appreciated. Thank \
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ing the, sale were W. B. Barron, you. \

Paul O'Bannon, Joe B. Hilliard, Asa R. B. WALDRON.Paid .

Townsend, William T. ,Hull, R. E. ( Political Advertisement.)

Ketring; H. L. Johnson. and Mrs. 7
FOR SHERIFF.. I
Vera McCall.

:' The cattle association plans to ,

.hold a ,sale once every two weeks, I wish to announce that I am a :. .1 "Guess we're pretty lucky in our town, are not provided for them. Young people
didate reelection
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for to
v on Thursday, beginning at 1 p. m. Sheriff of Hendry county at the can-I ,', Judge, that we don't have the youth always want to be with others of their own '

The next sale is scheduled for May mary election in May. I have I problem you read about in other places." age. ..want their own type of entertainment. ,
conduct the office in a manner to jus- '.'
25. tify another term, and I will. appreciate -, \ I "Don't know as you can call it lucky, Town after town has found out that once 1- '

i your vote and BILL support.MADDOX. I Harold .we saw it coming with the war these simple wants are met, the problemis !

Area Pasture Tour' ([Paid Political Aavertlsem nt.) and we did something about it before it hit well on its way to being licked." : ;:'

us. We gave our 'teen age youngsters the "Guess I didn't really know how farsighted '::1

In Hendry-Glades FOR SHERIFF recreational facilities they needed and really our town ,really is, Judge. If we'If ...1

wanted Those familiar with this wartime hadn't looked ahead we'wouldn't have had :

A group of state and county agri- didate I wish for to the announce office of that Sheriff I am of a Hen-can- problem kno\v"that young folks go to places anybody or anything to blame: but ourselves, "; ::1

cultural and extension service of- dry county subject to the democratic ",
they shouldn't\ only when the proper places would we? : ""i;
ficials made a tour Wednesday of primary)" of May 9th. If elected, I will I
conduct the office in an efficient and

certain pastures in Hendry and business like manner to the best interests I ...., .. . .. _. j
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..' will be greatly appreciated. : Liscr'ecrttsemtnt Cjrjc-eict., -1cocli,Bcferae]muslits.lr.c. 3
... Willis ranch at Felda, J. B. Hendry H. H. (MACK) McCALi.. I 1r r =.- --.. .-" --- .... .. _, ._ sponsored by .:
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Visiting officials were Walter J. "
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>- Sheely, extension beef cattle specialist -

,: r" L. T. Nieland, extension for- 'f/O'N !
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,; rester, C.' L. Stokes, pasture specialist > GQ FS 1'hs'

of the extension experiment sta-

tion, K. S. McMullen, extension con-

: servationist, all of Gainesville, .and

County Agents Carl Heuck of Lee 11 .

?Y_ { county; N. H. McQueen of Charlotte, i0BreokdoWP
Frank Yaun of Glades and H. L.

;; Johnson of Hendry. .
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The purpose of the tour was to Ii "
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ti to view representative pastures for I

the purpose of working out a good _/ :' : i \
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. sound program of improved pas ,5' "" ,..... ,, ,
tures, reforestation, beef production / I
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and conservation of soil. :

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1 in the tour was the ranch of R. D. ,

Lyons at Newhall ',who has had ex- : : m

cellent success in raising cattle on a ,

pasture which at one time was considered -

T' impossible to hold a 'cow i rlv:

y more than a few months. That was .

't ,V., due to mineral deficincies in the soil
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the pasture grasses and made neces- I .
BEFORE (
sary a mineral feeding supplement. %? 4;; ::';r{/r} THIS WAR is OVER, there may ) :

- = be only two kinds of people in America .
I Mr. Lyons has worked out a successful -" : s. .

, ,r r mineral mixture and its use has S r'ri 1. those who can still get to work In automobiles' ,
enabled him not only to keep cattleon '" Y J
2.those who are forced to'walk.
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the pasture the year around but + a # l 7 'iI'

:'r to raise one of the finest herds' in GtI 1 lfoted'lre If you want to be in the fortunate group who will still be i ';; < 4.

e! the area. I l1erer; riding to work in automobiles, join Gulf's"Anti-Break- '? '.f
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down" Club today. How do you do it?Just come in for \\'\ 4
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Stuckey Would fon Gulf Protective Maintenance Plan! > M'-. ."

.t.. Boost South Florida ;' Maintenance, This plan was conceived by experts in car care. f ,r

Gulf developed it because car maintenance is a
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thusiastic reports are coming in

from all parts of the Sixth District,
I am not letting up for a minute 1.. '
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asserted L. L. Stuckey Palm Beach ourCar 06 fasfre&tiesyc /I/ .

County farmer-business man candi- 39 dewier foi s/ ire 14s1f99/ -

date for Congress, at his headquarters ." f j .
today. "I saw lots of folks : ;

before the first primary," he con- !. .

tinued, "and I'm still seeing them. ,

If I could be in three or four placesat '1'I.
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one time it would suit my sup- '. ;

:: pcnters better, but that's impossible; .
' so I am making it a rule to contact

groups wherever possible. GULF'S Protective Maintenance Plan in'IT'S- IMPORTANT to give your car a good AIR-FILTER and spark-plug cleaning and. i

The Palm Beach County candi- '. cludes GulflexRelisteredLubricationwhich motor oil and change regularly. Gulf,offers radiator flushing help give better gas mile-

date has few of the "hail-fellow- reaches up to 39 vital points with six two outstanding oils ". Gulfpride "The age. A clean air filter makes gas burn more .

,,; well-met" characteristics one expects different Gulflex Lubricants that, reduce World's Finest Motor Oil,"and Gulflube an economically; clean plugs increase '
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in a candidate for high political wear and lengthen your car's life. extra-quality oil. costing a few cents less. clean radiator prevents overheating. J,
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r GET APPOINTMENT. '
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GASOLINE POWERS THE ATTACK DON'T WASTE A DRo'PI
: To HELP YOUR Gulf Dealer do '

POLITICAL a thorough job on your car- ',' _"
". and to save your time-make j

ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR an appointment in advance. 7Clr O. .d"'IC C 7jtarS ni._ ..' .,.
Phone or speak to him at the ". ,
tation. Then you should en- '
COUNTY COMMISSIONER: ; f J L L. '
; counter no delay when you get, '60 auOQr tftheO
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DISTRICT Z Gulf's Protective bfaintononcePlanl5setvlceA l&S '

In all! ,
I wish to announce my candidacy
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Would the importance of COL'inning with win the war .and assure a lasting I assure for them a place in our abun-
Stuckey counties least
than the exploitation peace. This should be in at. once more before
dant
i more vigor ever uppermost sunshine; a chance to work the second, ,
i of South Florida as a tourist all our minds-on the home front and help develop our tremendous primary on May 23rd.
(Continued from Page 2, Sec. 2) ''section. I consider the 'tourist crop' and in our government. It is not resources."
served in his manner. But 'Lennie'as .a most important crop; and we too early however, to make plans' Candidate Stuckey is spending .
his friends know him throughoutthe must foster' it and nurture it. With for our fine men and women who much time at his headquarters, 201 '
coHRty and, district has the reputation ''our visitors from the North, not will be returning home, we hope, South Olive, West Palm Beach, but I' Z / i f.:!.-oi'
of getting things done when only comes millions of dollars, but soon. Certainly there is no sectionof is keeping. in constant touch with .;
ie goes after them. The farmers also fine people, many of whom the country that should hold key points in the District. He has YOUR WAR BOND
.and shippers swear by him and :: each year remain to become permanent more promise for young manhood ,.promised workers in all the eleven '
point with pride to his years of unselfish -I citizens. They' are intrI- and womanhood after the war is counties, reaching from the Atlantic 7) 'f I!
fruitful service with the gued by the possibilities of a sec- won. We must prepare for them; to the Gulf,' to personally visit their
:Florida Farm Bureau. It was in this tion of the country that has the fin- -
organization that Mr. Stuckey,]; est climate in the world; and
Chairman of the Vegetable Com-i whose citizens can point with pride .
mittee, formulated the plans that to an agricultural development and
caused to be bid before the Officeof agricultural future that is second :
'Price Administration facts instrumental ,!I 1to none." TO ELECTDwightL.
in removing ceiling .
I "With the further sensible development -
prices from certain fresh vegetables.
This helped in the production of food of our ports, waterways
I and air facilities I can. see a pros-
for the war effort and at the time,
'Iperity dawning for this part of
,saved thousnds of dollars for the
j southern Florida that will excel the ,
growers and shippers.Mr.
Stuckey issued the following (fondest expectations of the many live Rogers
''Ichambers of commerce in the distract -
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"No one appreciates more than I j i I "Of course, the first big job is to ;

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Record of The "Doer"? MEANSConstructive ,



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both members of the 75th Congress and voted on eturning sons and daughters in the: :' "

Senate Bill 1685. This was a Bill' to provide the elimination .
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FOR THE ERADICATION OF SLUMS, FOR THE : .,. :
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DWELLINGS FOR FAMILIES OF LOW INCOME, <: :
and for the reduction of unemployment, the stimulat- ,. <1i : .
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States Housing Authority. Lex Green voted FOR, the U aged infirm :, ,;i %;; dO '
!-' Bill, MiHard Caldwell voted AGAINST it. Congressional "

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In 1926 and 1928 South Florida suffered de- overnment to be returned totheY:
: vastating storms in the Lake Okeechobee area. 3,000 '" .
,' ; human lost their lives. burned '
; beings Corpses were
4 '. in piles because the ordinary burial facilities were people ,, -J 4:Jj. ; :. ,

L'. 'ovecw.kelmed. A republican President-elect visited .::.....- .
1 the area to plan methods of preventing a repetition. ..' ."-',". :--
,'.. A republican Congress voted over ten million dollars ,/:. ;: :
to construct a magnificent system of levees and dykes -

and drainage works to prevent for all time a repeti- very worker's protection--be he 3:; : ;
tion of this great disaster.' In order that this project ,:
might be carried out it was necessary for the Stateof Farmer Laborer ;':
Florida to co-operate by creating the Okeechobee or Merchant qI -
Flood Control District. WHY WOULD ANY ONE !>
VOTE AGAINST THIS HUMANITARIAN MEASURE -- .4
? Millard Caldwell was one of four members

recoided: l AGAINST_ the passage of the Bill,.Ilouse Bill I educ
No. 497. House Journal 1929, pages' 3456. ion of red tape in government





In 1931 Millard Caldwell voted AGAINST Senate ecuring a sound foreign and ,home'
Bill No. 361 which secured to the 67 counties of :Florida -
'i large revenues for worthwhile 'public purposes.
Had his opposition to the law prevailed the counties S policy to assure a just and per- A "

would be deprived of this revenue which now amountsto
around $48,000.00 per county annually, and Old-Age manent peace and the American
.s Pensions could not have had their recent increase.
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pages Way of Life.
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\ In 1931 the Florida Legislature enacted theTeachers' ; '. ; -;
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: teachers who have given 35 years of their ,life to :' ,
Florida's Public Schools and who are incapacitated :r > -
':.; and without means of adequate support. Millard

Caldwell voted AGAINST this humanitarian measure b t 3Lc1
for the benefit of Florida's underpaid teachers. House
Journal. 1931, page 657

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A group of Florida War Mothers in West Palm '
Beach on May 10th called on voters of the State to _
dedicate this election to our boys and girls in the _
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%-- armed forces and elect LEX GREEN Governor be- R ,.
cause of his experience, his faith in a greater Flor-

.,. ida, his Christian life, constructive record, and valuable .:,
contacts in Washington, all of which, they say, Dwight L. ROGERSRogers.
will ntribute greatly to winning the war and the
peace and returning our sons and daughters to a
safe and sound political economy. Let's join these
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War Mothers in voting for LEX GREEN on May 23rd. for
ELECT AS YOUR NEXT GOVERNOR A MAN CongressPol.
WHOSE RECORD SPEAKS FOR HIS INTEREST IN
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HUMANITY LEX GREEN IS SUCH A MAN.

Political Advertisement paid for Florida Citizens.
by ( Adv. Paid for by Friends of Dwight L. Rogers)

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