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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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; ;VOLUME 16-NUMI1EK 22 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA,' FRIDAY;' :FEBRUARY 0, '1945 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.50 PER YEAR ;,3

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KIWANIS CELERRA TES PLANS BEING MADE Revenue Collector( Starch !Plant Estimated ':1

To Be At City Hall


i CHARTER NIGHT AT I FOR RED CROSS WAR February -19th- 90 Per' Cent Complete ]



MEETING WEDNESDAYThe FUND DRIVE HEREM. ternal John Revenue L. Fahs, announced Collector plans of In-to --- ?. --

have his Deputy Collectors: at the Theater Offers Officials Believe Plant '

Clewiston Kiwanis Club celebrated -i W. Bigg, chairman, and Mrs. Post Office in Clewiston on Feb. 20 Will Be
its 13th birthday at Charter : M. Prewitt, co-chairman, for the for the purpose of assisting tax- Prize To Boys Completed

,Night taeeting Wednesday eveningat I'1:1\1. Cross War Fund drive in Clew- payers in this vicinity in the prepa- Raising Pop Corn During MarchThe
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the Clewiston Inn. iston scheduled to be held between ration of their income tax returns "
For the'occasion all charter mem- the first and fifteenth of March and to advise those requiring information -I

bers and past presidents of the club have begun to make their plans for about their tax liabilities. U. T. Koch, manager of Dixie Crys- starch plant, under construction -
were invited to the meeting. The the drive and to name committee The Collector stated that, although tal Theater, announces that he is of- ,by the United States Sugar
minutes of the first meeting of the members to assist. in a program to the 1944 income tax return fering a six months' pass to the Corporation just north of of the

club were read and a list of the make thedrive_ the success that it form has been greatly simplified, all student in the agriculture class of sugar house, is about ninety per cent
charter members and past presi- must be. persons receiving' $500.00 or more the local school raising the best complete structurally and 65 per

dents. Each past president was then The list of workers is as yet incomplete gross income are required to file. pop corn and another to the one rais- cent mechanically, it was estimated '

asked to make a brief talk. but will probably be announced Taxpayers can be served more ing the most popcorn to the' acre :nan yesterday by F. W. McCarthy, engineer r

A brief history of the club was I prior to the opening of the I'quickly and satisfactorily, if' they effort to stimulate interest in in charge of this,work for the .
will assemble their figures and information this corporation. Some estimates of fi" '
outlined by Dr. J. W. Ezelle and it r drive. raising crop here. I ):
was disclosed that the Hollywood and Clewiston's quota in this drive is in a clear and concise form In' addition to these prizes Mr. nal completion have been; made for .

West Palm Beach clubs were sponsors I something in excess of $2,000 all of before presenting tax problems to Koch states that he will pay $10 .a the middle of next month. :J
of the Clewiston club. which goes into the national war the deputies. In this manner more bushel for shelled popcorn that the The pumping station in the lakeis
fund. The local chapter has enoughon persons can be served than wouldbe I boys produce and arrangementshave almost complete with the excep- "- a
r- Charter members, were: A. W. hand for its current needs and the case if the required figures been made with the Woburn tion of installation of some machin- ":
Lawrence, M. G. Langford, J. K. no additional amount was added to must be compiled from' incompleteor Chemical Company in Moore Havento ery and :with pipe-line and electric '
Mowry, C. E. Miner, J. ,A. McGehee,
voluminous control cables hooked to the ,
sources in up
the quota for this purpose. However dehydrate the corn order to
W. C. Owen, C. V. Parkinson, E. L. concrete station situated fouror
all funds raised in of Collector Fahs urged those wish- facilitate curing., some
excess
Stewart, S. J. Simmons, A. W. Sias, ing to confer with his deputies to five miles out in Lake Okee:1
the will be divided betweenthe M. :
quota H. Sharpe teacher
agriculture -
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W. H. Webb, E. B. Butler, W. A. "j
make note of the above dates chobee. This pumping station has
.4. as,
national organization and the is with Mr.
Koch and
cooperating
v Davis, A .A. Munroe, Miss Marion local due to the limited force availabl'e, I a capacity of about four million <
Leydig, C. J. Lovvorn, D. G. Alston, chapter. it will be impossible to render fur- several boys have made their plansto gallons of water daily which is -i
J. K. Baker Dr. B. A. Although this is a heavy Red plant as soon as the proper planting -
Alston
J. R. ther assistance at a' later date. pumped to the water treatment plant ,:',
Bourne, J. E. Beardsley, C. L. Downs, Cross quota for the community time arrives.: Several local near the manufacturing renterthrough 1
J. W. Ezelle, G. E. Etherton, Roy workers feel that there is little rea- i --- farmers are also interested in grow- twenty-four inch "pipe.--This"- -

Green, W. S. Harvel, W. C. Hooker, son to doubt that it will be raised I ..'. II ing a few acres as an experiment. pipe has a special joint, adapted. for
H. R. Hall and E. E. Kelly. and exceeded because of the splendid I The local theatre is one of a large use in the lake and a special 'ma-

Past presidents of the club are:: war work which the Red Crossis I group of theatres in the Floyd- chine for laying the pipe was designed -
doing., This organization has I Stein chain, all of which have popcorn -
E. E. Kelly, 1932, J. K. Mowry, by Murphy Construction
had machines. The product is becoming -
burdens
1933; E. E. Kelly, 1934, T. B. many new imposed on 7 I Company engineers. Four pipes
it by government since the increasingly scarce, hence
request
Shelley. 1935, A. W. Lawrence, have been placed through the government -
''p 1936, I. M. Pafford, 1937, W. W. war started and yet the only funds the efforts to encourage production. levee to allow a hook-up

Perry, 1938, A. W. Lawrence, 1939, available for the work are those! I II I should something go wrong with

J. E. Beardsley: 1940, A. 0. Ward, contributed by the individual citizens I Tigers Win First Cage .I. lines in use and to take ,care' of future -

1941, R. M. Bishop, 1942, W. C. ,of the country. Red Cross I'PFC CHAS. SLONAKER expansion.'
services now cost approximately Game From MooreHaven
.c. Owen, 1943, G. E. Etherton 1944. The water treatment plant con-
$7.00 second and the national
J R. C. Wilson is president for 1945. a goal sists of. several storage tanks and
for 1945 has been set at $200,000.The On WednesdayThe
\ Charter members present at themeeting I Dixie Crystal Theatre has I IS KILLED IN' ACTION mixing tanks, all 'of concrete construction -
I were: A. O. Ward W. C. and the filter building, a
, announced that a special film will I Clewiston Tigers paced by
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4. Hooker, W. W. Perry and E. E.'j cleverly designed three-story structure -
be
f ,:,", Kelly, none of whom are at present j shown taken during at'.each this time show and offerings I Mr. and Mrs. S.. P. Slonaker received the sure-fire goat shooting of Ray- shaped so that an aerial view
as was broke
mond Trice and Richard
Pape
members of the club. the sad' news Sunday morning will make it look like a gigantic

I Special guests for the eveningwere I March done so of successfully Dims<< ,:campaign during just clos1'Kobert the- through a" telegram from the into time the win column for the first I water bottle. The front of the
this when they spanked -
season
three service men home on ed. ; War Department, :that their son, building will be finished in glazed
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: the Terriers from Moore Haven
:' ,. leave, Seaman 1-c: Elbert Hooker ,of I .. :....... .__ Pfc. Charles E. Slo.n'aker' ,' 36, was tile. This building is now com-
:'.'..:. .-,-- 1rr:' S iPi if Y 4L;DaU= ea" lsley I --*' f{ -.f...\: ..",... '- "":".- : killed in action' in ,Luxembourg }onDecennb5Or24. .by. a score of 75 to 30. I plete, structurally,. except for some

.,,,_:. ". ', .. and F-O John Robbins. _Otto _Larsen -I ;: 'RrLogan.4j ,, -). "': ] Other details'are.Vof) : *"" Coacli'-liernaidllilj! "vi: : states' that window--framing, masonry work"and.
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>.' : ,-'R. P., Remler, Gerolamo Giorn-: \ course, still laclcing.: .- \; 'the team has been- improving,, 'con-, the front finishing. '

aggo and 'F. Deane 'Duff .were also j i Awarded The 'Bronze Pvt. S Slouaker's home was invSpocane stantly and he believes that they I This plant will have a storage capacity -
at the meeting. I Wash. will continue through the remainder -( of a million gallons of water
=; guests Star Medal where he operated .1 "'
i I of the season undefeated. with 250,000 gallons in the stand-
l
\ I service station at the time of his I
Episcopal Church' induction. He entered service in The crack 1\loore. haven girl's' pipe, 500,000 in the large reservoir'
AT A 12TH AAF' 11-25'BASE; T- March of last 'year, was placed inhe I team however, was too much for and 100,000 in the clear well within -

; Dance Was Great For "meritorious achievement in infantry an sent. to Camp Hood, I the Tigerettes and they again went I the filter building. Other facilities -
connection with military operations Texas; for training. At the cOnclusion down to defeat by a score of 32 to will make up the, other 150-
Success On Saturday i against the enemy.: Technical' Ser- of his training he was given 10. Alston and Adams were high 000 gallons capacity. Raw wateris
geant Robert R.' Logan has been a 30-day furlough and visited here scorers for Clewiston! with four pumped directly to the starch

t The St. Martin's Episcopal church awarded the Bronze Star Medal, it I at that time with his family. just lQints'each while Dyess of Moore plant for potato washing a rnt3'
was announced at -12th Air Force I[ before being sent overseas. : Haven, was l high scorer r for the game of 1,000 gallons a minute and after
benefit dance, held last Saturday .
":' night at Sugarland Park Auditorium" 'Headquarters in Italy. His wife, I I Aside from his parents Pvt. Slon ,with 14 points, Scott scored seven being used is returned to the treat-
: was a great success despite the fact I Frances, resides at 625 Western I aker is survived l by:> two sisters, Mrs. and Yoder six. Each team made ment plant and treated in the
: Avenue, Connersville, Ind. M. A., Thomas of' Clewiston, eleven fouls, Davis, T.igerette guard, hydro-separator for the removal of
that it got away to a slow start and I 1\1rs.1 I
Sgt. Logan section making four.'Twelve solids and purification of water.
chief assisting Manning Keene of Pahokee;
"; much credit is being given to the I I .
r. group of RAF cadets who steppedin his squadron's staff officer -I brothers, both in service, Phelix, I fouls were called on the In the starch area proper west
to save' the day. assembling and disseminating information who is stationed in Texas and Paul, Tigers and 14 on the TerrIers. Trice I I of the water plant, the railroad and

; The committee had arranged, or for combat crews, received :- who is now at home on leave was high scorer with 25 points, I I I truck scale houses have been com-
the award for'his outstanding Pape second with 20, Wilcox made
thought they had, for the Jamaican pleted and the potato handling
service while at an advance air 13, Harben 12 and Sullivan 5.1 I structure is complete for
r orchestra to play for the dance but I I Daniel W. Beardsley'Commissioned except some
late Saturday discovered that they base in Africa during a critical Wayman and Farnam each scored mechanical and electrical installa
phase of the Tunisian campaign. eight points for Moore Haven and tions. Here the potatoes 'are dumped -
;:; could not be present, leaving them Lieut.Office '
Skinner! six.March .
Close to, lines and by basculator into
without music and only a few_ hours enemy working a a soakingpit
to go. Then ,an automatic phono- under adverse field conditions Sgt. -- where they are soaked for a cer-
graph was rounded up and tried out Logan assisted his officer in of Public Relations, i of Dimes I tain time for the lessening of heavier

but was unsatisfactory in the large ling the combat crews of his hand-I I 1 Turner Field, Albany Ga. j adhering dirt. They are, then removed -
auditorium and the committee members ron which was attacking Aviation Cadet Daniel W. Beards- ; Dance To Be Held 1 from a pit by a unique drag

made arrangements to return Rommel's fleeing' Afrika Corps .The ley, son of Mr. and Mrs. James E, conveyor which takes ,the potatoes
'L the money of ticket holders on their success achieved by Sgt. Logan all Beardsley of Clewiston, was recently Saturday NightThe i j out in a westerly direction from the
arrival at the dance. his officer may be ,measured by the commissioned a second lieutenant I I bottom of the pit and removes: float-
Among the first to arrive were I outstanding results' obtained. These in the Army Air Forces at Turner Recreation Committee of the ing' dirt and debris from the water

four RAF cadets from Riddle Field i! included the sinking of a large Field, ,Albany, Georgia, Col. C. U. United States Sugar Corporation is service in an easterly direction. This
who when they learned of the plight i II Italian destroyer off Cape Bon and I True, commanding officer, has announced. doing their bit for the- 'March of debris is dumped into elevated bins
. offered to play if instruments could the sinking and smashing of a num- I Dimes" campaign :for the infantile by another conveyor: where it can be
t.; be obtained. The instruments were ber of Sieble Ferries and other ship- i Turner Field, an Army Air Forces paralysis fund tomorrow: (Saturday) easily' loaded in trucks. and hauled

quickly rounded up and the result ping near Tunis and Bizerte. Pilot School, (advanced two-engine) night with a dance to be held at the away.
f r was some of the finest music at any Sgt. Logan's 'group' has played a I is one of a group of Air Bases Susrarland Auditorium beginning at I From: the conveyor the potatoes
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dance in a long while here. Two of leading ,role in all the. Mediterraneancampaigns which compose the Army Air Forces ten o'clock.' i pass through ,a series' of rotary and

the cadets, it was learned, were and has received a Eastern Flying Training Command. Virtually every expense connecte.d : brush washers and are then raised
.; members of" 'a professional band in I i (Continued on Page 10)) It is here that aviation'cadets' are with staging, the' dance has been I to the third floor of the wet build'

London and the two others were almost _. ent for their final 'phase of training taken .care of through donations and I I, (Continued on Page 10)

: : as acomplished. All four I i Inn Cocktail Lounge : 'which culminates in their receiving almost all pf the receipts from ticket

; were from Course, 23 and were: Bart : their much coveted wings sales through the past couple ofj I I R. ''A. F. To Hold,
Singleton; clarinet: Bob Barlow, I Is 'Being Remodelled I and commission as second lieutenant weeks and at the door will go. to- '
pianist; Gordon Blanford, drums in the AAF., ward this worthy cause. Winter Dance On 16th

anti Reg" : Williams, piano accordion. I The popular Jamaican orchestrawill I I .
The committee reports that Remodelling of the cocktail play for the dance and those o-f
a very .. lounge at the Clewiston Inn is virtually -i i John R. Robbins '. With. permission Wing! Commander -
nice sum was cleared from the dance attending are assured a most pleasant W. C. Lindsay, A. F. C.,
and it ,I
completed should
again
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although a definite figure was not. Awarded Silver Wings evening. Commanding Officer of Riddle Field,
'" ready for use very shortly. While
; ayailable at this time. i 1'the work is underway the bar:' has -- the R. A. F. will present its Winter
been set up on the terrace. FREDERICK ARMY AIR FIELD; Toggery Shop Begins '" Dance at the Sugarland Recreation

Jji: Field Has New 'I I 'J, _,Clifton Shepherd of Palm OKLA.-John R. Robbins, of Box I Hall on Friday evening, Feb. 16.
Advertising Campaign
Beach will arrive Monday to begin 408, Clewiston, Fla., was awardedhis I The highly enjoyable Buckingr
Medi Officer ;I Ii installation of.the. 96-foot mural silver wings and' appointmentas --,_. Illa'm Field orchestra] will play for the

", _.- which he painted several months a Flight Officer on Feb 1st'' 'ngraduation Mrs. Ruth B. Owens last week I dance and' a large crowd is expected.

,I Lt. E. R. Stamps previously sta- ago to be placed on the walls of the ceremonies, for AviationCadet : I inaugurated an advertising campaign I The admission price will be $1.50
',;tinned i in Columbus, Mississippi, hasT new lounge. The mural was com- class 44K'at. this advanced for the Toggery Shop with a I per couple or $1.00 for stags.

:;, ; "' )een appointed assistant medical pleted and exhibited at a meeting twin-engine) training. ,school for half page advertisement in' the News
,' officer of Riddle Field. of the Palm' Beach Country, Art bomber pilots. which she says this week was a I P.-T. !A. ;MEETING POSTPONED

!' :Capt. Jack Schwartz{, who: formerly League in November. It is a com- F-0 Dobbins, wl1o; has taken the great, success. I. .
held this position: is now chiefof posite of bird and animal life of I last 10' weeks of his{ flying in a Through succeeding 'weeks she! The regular meeting of the Clewis-

/b ,( the field's medical staff. the Everglades. i training version of the twin-engino will advertise one article as an outstanding ,1,I ton Parent-Teacher's" Association
) The lounge has been enlarged by B-25 MitchelJ] bomber, will now 'be bargaineach week in ;a scheduled for February 20, has 'been'
$'' ,, ':'Attend the "March : of Dimes" ten feet, the extension being made assigned to a transition unit for smaller space! and invites customersto !J! postponed until Tuesday night, February -

Dance Saturday night and help some I on the south end of the old cocktail heavy .or' medium boftibnidmenttraining. watch this space,:each Saturday 1(I 27, because oft a conflicting
"-crippled child, ; ,:-'_. f lounge., morning; I 'I!i meeting on the regular night.

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, ? ASK ME
T T IS easy to say how we love 1 .7 A quiz with answers offering ?
new friends, and what we For Themselves From 'Castoffs'By l'
think of them, but words can .? A NO THER information on various subjects i|

r never trace out all the fibres .
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Eliot. CHERIE NICHOLAS ''". The Questions 6. Which is the highest rank, a ,
He who gives a child a treat captain in the U. S. army or a' "
Makes joy.bells ring in Heaven'. 1. What is the difference becaptain in the U. S. navy?

street, tween a mosquito and a Mosquito? The Answers
And he who gives a child a home
Builds palaces in 'Kingdom come. 2. A barleycorn was once used \ .
as a measure of length. How long 1. A
-JOHN MASEFIELD. mosquito is an insect; a
was it? .
Since Time is not,a person we Mosquito is an inhabitant of the
can overtake when he is gone, 3. Since 1775 how many years Mosquito coast of Central America.
has the United States been at ,
I, 2. One-third '
honor of inch.
let us him with mirth and an
peace? At war? 3. One hundred
cheerfulness of heart while he forty-eight years
is passing-Goethe. '4. What is the only musical inof peace; 21 years of war.

An inconvenience is only an strument represented on a national 4. The harp on the Irish flag. .
adventure wrongly considered.G. flag? 5. No. He is of the sacred or
Y 't 'tyI 5. Is a Brahman a Hindu of the priestly caste.
K. Chesterton.
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lower caste? 6. A captain in the navy.



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; LOCAL sewing centers ,report that the wrong side of most good woolens spread. This leaves 'a long strip
f is running high looks practically new. Sewing in- for the flounce. You may buy i
EACH of these aprons takes among the bobby sox group who are structors will show you how to lay ij
f. than one yard to make. being taught to make,their own pret- the fabric on the ,cutting table with
t "r'';\ The colorful embroidery is so ty clothes, 'in, 'classes conducted the grain and design going in one Which of your two husbands '

:" simple even a youngster just especially for them. Stitching up direction. This technique avoids Is home
coming tonight. .
; t.. learning could do it. frocks and blouses, skirts and cun- amateurish mistakes that result in

:.: .:..-' ning aprons and even making sim- the wrong hang in the finished gar-
'}:. ple suits are assignments that teen- ment. I
; Little material, easy stitchery make
::' Ideal hostess gifts. Pattern 7277 contains agers are mastering,with ease. In making over a pair of trousers
'transfer-pattern'-of motifs; patterns; di Theseambitious;(.young modernsget into a skirt, experts<;advise 'simple
:< rections.' their hands on the family sewing four-gored or pleated-front skirt pat-
:: Due to an unusually large demand and machine or rent"one', and after a few tern as the most satisfactory choice. Constipation may make' clients formulated over ro '
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I '' MULTIPLE RELIEF in transforming "castoffs"into salvaged material, the suit used be-

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I yon nagging muscle -
t ...... Released by Western Newspaper Union. aches. In Soretone Liniment n A *

, ,. "S) -'"" you get the benefit of methyl sali- C On H BH
t; Attractive Work Aprons cylate, a most effective pain.reliev.ing.agent..AndSoretono's

, ,; ma l Made of Faded-Blue Denim cold heataction
,r. brings you fast, so-o-o-thing ACTI 0 N
" This is the time of year when 'the relief.Soretone Liniment acts to-
f' ALL PURPOSE spring sewing program is chief topic
17-p'IECE of conversation among women who I. Dilate surface capillary blood in cojoj of

SET believe in preparedness. It's wiseto vessels MUSCULAR LUMBAGO

Here is a rapid new-quick profit begin with the simple things, suchas 2. Check muscular cramps
maker. Made of the finest quality pretty aprons. If you are goingto 3. Enhance local circulation OR BACKACHE
:' crystal and transparent Plastic. work in your garden,later on you due to fatlgua or expoiureMUSCULAR
CONSISTS OF 4. Help reduce local swelling
:
will find good use for an apron of PAINS
pik-it salad spoon hat so exquisitely designed in denim. A most attractive trim on For fastest
corer paring knife action, let dry rub in due to Bolds
Juicer utility knife sculptured lines serves for both day a faded-blue denim is a single again.There's only one Soretone 41
strainer safety grater and evening wear. Fitting closely to pocket with a big red apple, the insist on it for Soretone results. SORE MUSCLES
spreader mayonnaise spoon the head and curving gracefully same cut out of boilfast cotton with 50*.A big bottle, only $1. duo to tverwirk
;'; salad fork six corn holders about the browline is a cap of bright leaves and stems in green applique. MINOR SPRAINS J
i Become one of our happy, prosperous green velvet embroidered in bronze Braid trimming is also pretty.
'. I representatives and build up a steady, beads. The cap may be worn for 'r I

"I'i'i I I fineincomeduringyoursparetime.No salesmanship required.This utility set dinner alone or for most any formal More and More Capes .
I sells on sight.Send$2.00 money order occasion. For daytime wear as here Capes in varied fabrics make big e' t tt Though applied cold inbaficlent -
!'J. and receive complete kit. pictured, it takes on a sphinx-like news for spring. With the dress- IngredlcnU, In Bora-
[ VIPLEX COMPANY drape of green felt which is made maker ensembles, the new notes are* :: -- the tons act luperflclal like beat lupplr to menus of
145 Nassau St. New York 7.N.Y. I detachable so that you practically their gay linings. Other tailored "and McKesson makes ii" M' ,-,,,arM"' a blood glowing to the leu area of end warmth.Jndne;.
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The Clewiston News I Field, Madison, Wis., has been 'transferred 'JREGISTRANTS' S 'iprayeS\ rvic Wed. 8Ob'.p. m. E. Gericke,' superintenednt. -Classes |

to Chanute Field, Ill. ST Boys home on furlough have expressed for all ages. ; i

I "', y ,so., many:, times their great i, Morning Worship, 1J:00 a. m. A i\( i

Published every Friday In Clowlston, We failed to mention in the OBTAIN PERMISSIONTO disappointments many churches. nursery for small children' is con- ; '!
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS previous paragraph about the recent having so few in attendance upon ducted by the ,Mothers' Club at the- k
Tnc. arrivals for furlough Sgt. Gene the services. Over there they are: Community Center \

Surrency who has come from Pearl CHANGE JOBS told how the folks back home are "What Shall It Profit?" is the- I|
Entered as second class mall matter Harbor to spend his furlough with behind them and are praying for theme of the minister's sermon. '

crewiston February,1,Florida 1927, at under the Post the Office Act of in I I'his mother, Mrs. Vida Surrency. As them only to come l home and findso This is the second in the series on

March 3, 1897. I luck would have it his brother, "Registrants now deferred in few at God's house doing any "The Cost of 'World Order." ;,i

Charles Surrency of the Merchant Class II-A or II-B for occupationalreasons praying at all. Are you guilty of. Westminster Fellowship meeting. ,

CARR SETTLE, Pobllshcr Marine arrived last week for a must request their Selective bringing disappointment to those at 6:00 p. m. Boy and girl relationships ;: \
'I visit following his return from a Service Local Board for permissionto boys? Why not find your place ol will be the subject for '
Subscription Kate-?:.O Per Tear trip to France and the two brothersare voluntarily change to new em- worship this 'Sunday and by God' discussion; ; I

Adrerllftlng Rates On Application. I II making connections at home. ployment prior to such change" said help do the best you, can in serving Friday, Feb. 16, at '3:00 p. m., :
m J
I Him? Every church in our country ". \
the' World for AIT A
General Vivian Collins, State Di- Day of Prayer
"Mutt" Waldron's stay at home should be filled to capacity ,
each
\ rector of Selective Service in discussing Nations will be observed. Everyoneis y i
Devoted to the advancement and wel'H'e was all too brief and he had to return : Sunday. We extend to you a'very invited I'
to attend.
recent changes in the Se- \
and Hendry
( of Clewfston County.l Monday to Seattle his cordial
I ; to rejoin welcome to worship regular- "
I
:
lective Service Regulations.The -- -" -
r ship after spending a ten-day leaveat with us at all our services. ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH ;
home. Good luck, "Mutt" and request for this determination Classes in Soul winning will be : II
shiould be made In witing and Mass:. Clewiston, 11:00 'a. 'm. !
NATIONAL EDITORIAL! I smoother sailing! taught this nexf week at the church. I
should accompanied by sufficient Pahokee, 9:00 a. m. !
t
Time
klASSOCfATIQN 7:30 to !9 p' m.: Every one is '
ffl/O I information to clearly show that the Confession, Saturday evening at i I
Pfc. Ross Torbert is another who : cordially invited.. to, attend Thre<" V
Lr ./ I saw a furlough end all too soon I II proposed change is in the interestof out of town speakers will be present 7:30-9:30.: ( j jI
the war effort.' Any special circumstances all I Fr. T. J. Geary, Pastor i I
week to lead in these classes.
I when he returned the first of the '
week to Walker Field, Victoria, that necessitate the The Auxiliaries of the W. M. S. 1:1 II':'
'I I Kan., where he' is stationed after a change may be included with the will meet at the church Wednes- ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL 'ii

(..%.:..J..J..J..;..;......;.v.I.v.....*...v..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...furlough[ with his parents, Mr. and request.received from If a referral the U. S.card Employment has been day afternoon. G. A.'s at 3:45 and CHURCH r ii
Mrs. A. R. Torbert. Ross Is in the Sunbeams at 4:30 p. m. :j
I Quartermaster Corps and expectsto Service this card' should also be The W. M. S,. business program Services every Sunday:; at 8:30( 1

included. meeting will be at the church a. m., at Clewiston Community /
With to be sent overseas very; shortly. ,;held) 1'';
Ross is ,a graduate of Leon High Registrants who change employ- Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: p. m. All I Church. pji

.I School, Tallahassee;* and attended ment prior to requesting a determ- ladies are cordially invited to at-i ,Canon William S. Turner, Rector %fj;

Lively Vocation School there until ination from the Selective Service tend. of Holy Trinity Church, West Palm \i!f

S Our Boysin /I his enlistment .in the AAF in Oc- Local Board, may make this request -- I Beach, will preach at the Communion t r
tober of 1942. >'' after such change has been made, CLEW ISTOX, COMMU\ITY: I Service on Sunday, Febru- H
'- but they must include with this request CHURCH: I ary 11, at 8:30 A. l\I.-at the Clew- : i
I J information to show that iston Community Church. \
the i. MathisStudstillMiss I;
o Jb prior determination was not requested SUNDAY; FEB. 11, 1945 The Rev. S. D. Mason, Vicar. i1I!'

r due to unusual or compelling Our Invitation *- ___ __ :

i I Lois Studstill of Plant City circumstances'. This church has no other creed Despite protests of communities q

Service became the bride of Usler Mathis of There is no requirement for registrants but the Bible, no other law but lov, served, the Florida East Coast Rail- a .1 i iI

I Clewiston jn a quiet ceremony per- who leave work other than and no, other master but Christ. Tae: way has received the endorsement P n

formed Saturday night in. LaBelle, voluntarily to request a determination only terms of membership are the I of the Interstate Commerce Corn"i

I( by Mrs. G. A. Hill, clerk In the off of the Local Board prior to conditions of salvation-a: profes-I mission of its request to abandon :

..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NN NNNNN. :N:-:NN. :N:...N,1. :N: j fice of County Judge R. M. Harris. seeking a new position, but the rek sion of faith in Christ and obedienceto its branch line from Maytown to .
Mrs. Mathis is the daughter of istration should that the Local
I see Him. To every believer in Christwe Okeecjiobee a distance: of 135 miles. i
Dir and Mrs. j. A. Studstill of Plant Board is informed of his termina- "
Our deepest sympathy is extendedthis extend the invitation to, join in The'request of the company to construct :
City and Mr. Mathis is the son of tion immediately. Employers when ,\ '
worship
week to the parents of Pfc.:I the and. fellowship of our a branch line from Okee- ; i
Charles Slonaker who was killed inaction Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Mathis, of Clew- notifying Local Boards of the ter- church. chobee to Fort Pierce" has been ap !
i
in Luxembourg on Christmas ,I' iston and is now employed as a mination of the services of any registrant Sunday School. 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. proved. .

Eve before he had been in service mechanic 'at Beck's Service Station. should state whether or not _________ j
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The young couple are residing on the termination was voluntary on
for a full year. While Charles had V I'r ,j
Atlantic Avenue.
the part of the registrant.
lived but little in Clewiston his pa'rents i
'Regulations placing the registrant '---' ,"
and sisters and : I
brothers are
:MRS.; WARD HAS I1RIDGE PARTY fails to request 'a determinationof For \ j
well known and we feel that in his ;
WEDNESDAY EVEXIXG the Local Board does not abide
or
untimely death one of our own boys! THRIFTYShoppers J ;I
by the decision of the Board after
has been taken from us. May it be 1
Mrs. A. O. Ward entertained at such determination is made."
that his death, 'and the death of.
other her home on Wednesday evening Registrants are again reminded to I
thousands of American boys I
I with two tables of bridge. Mrs.Ward's report all changes in circumstancesthat
will not soon be forgotten for '
.
by us Arr
whom they died.We're | guests were Mrs. Cyrus Lund would affect their classificationto .,ip& SIL-.mo..u 01'r&Q..tin QvALIRgJLL :!

R Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, Mrs. G. N. their Local Board'within five 'IIf.IV
l 1';
Pitzen, "Mis. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. C. days after such change occuis. This ,

service boys getting home.quite on .furlough a shower,this of H. Berner. Mrs. C. L. McLendonand I applies to all registrants ages 18 to p' r.thses i f: :.$10 I ';oJi"MDf I 1 ,:orl JmKJ MOHTHlOAYMEfif I teANFLORIDA j:!

Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford. ,,45, even though registrants over "
week and it's good"to have them 'j
with us even if for only a short Mrs. Berner was high scorer and age 37are not being inducted at the jil il I
time. Mrs. McLendon was low scorer. present.time.AllChurch.

Lt. Dan Beardsley was. the first i, :MALOY HERE I. :
to arrive, last Friday, displaying a | School of j

shiny new pair of wings and bar of .
,' John 'H. Maloy: of Sebring, spec- I Evangelism At Baptist
a second lieutenant in the Air Corps FORT MYERS ::1
ial income tax consultant is spend- _
following his graduation from Turner -
Field ing this week in Clewiston assisting Church Next Week'
at
Albany on February 1.Dan's .
local taxpayers in filing income tax
cousin, John Robbins, grad- ,
uated the same day and also start-|' returns and handling other federaltax An All-Church School of Evangelism I ='A_ ;
ed home Immediately on leave but affairs. He states that the will be held at the Baptist .I!

he had farther to come and didn't ;i response has been very good and he Church beginning Monday night at 401'

arrive until Saturday. John was I",is contemplating the establishmentof 7.:30'p.. m. We will have as our
an office here to serve the lake SUCCESS :
also graduated as a flier from Frederick guest instructors the following:

Army Air Field Oklahoma,! territory. Rev. David Lynn of South Bay

and is also wearing a shiny pair ,of1! teaching a "Soul-Winning Doc- ,

wings and the bar of '. a Flight' Of-II Pvt. Louis Wethington trines." 1

ficer.V I Rev.t I. E. Enlow, of Belle Glade, ;

AOM 1-c Elbert F. Hookergot[ Graduates From AAF teaching the "Book "Winning. Others The One-Half Price Sale on drecsec and i

in Wednesday and he established :.... To Christ. I
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tne distance record for the week and'" MADISON, Wis., Jan. 31-Private I Rev. C. L. Clements of Lake Harbor suits was a huge success. We still have broken 1

for been several in action weeks in the for Pacific Elbert with has'I. of Louis Mrs.\Wethinglou L. Wethington, 27, ,husband Clewis- I Manuel., teaching" Juniors.' m .. "The Junior sizes and will continue the sale for the weekof l

Uncle Sam's fleet. We have an idea I,!! These meetings promise "to be
ton, has been graduated from the Feb. 1 12th to 1 7th. I
Elbert is sorta glad to be home and j!I j AAF Training Command's aircraft very helpful to each one who at- ,

probably has some stories to tell if radio mechanics school at Truax tends. Everyone is invited to come

you can get him to talk. Field where he studied the servicingof each night. Let us make this'very a COME IN + SEE FOR YOURSELF f
Not yet in, but expected this profitable week in our com-
radio
equipment used on U. S.
week-end is Cpl. Kie Hathcock who bombers and fighter munity. '
planes, it was

was for hospitalization recently sent home for from a stomach France mander.announced today by the post com- ,NOTICE'Due The TOggYVS.hOP .1.1'f

disorder. He is I '
in the
same hos-
Trained primarily as a technician,
pital at Thomasville that Hub! he to time and space we will t"I t' r

Spooner is in and is getting a'threeweeks' I chemical also studied warfare, defense aircraft identification against-i wait until next week to tell you all Ruth B. Owens.M.nwN..W.M !

leave which he will spend ,. and related about the annual spaghetti supper I
AAF
here with his sister, Miss Gervis I I subjects given by the Women's Associationof ;
designed to fit him for combat duty. !
Hathcock., the Clewiston Community Church
Depending upon needs of the
*
s s on Thursday evening.
Pvt. Louis AAF throughout the world, he may N.Iw/NWWVW. ;
Wethington, who has be assigned to an advanced schoolor ,

graduated radio recently from an aircraft to another center as an instructor With The Churches '*:

I mechanic's school at Truax in radio mechanics. METHODIST CL WISTONINN ;i


CLEAVISTOX :
i
SERVICES }
SUNDAY DINNER FEBRUARY 11, 1945

IF YOU WISH THE i
Public ibrary.-3:00 P. M.,
i 12:30, to 2:00 P. 'M., .' :
Each Sunday ..
FINEST FOOD Church School-3:00 p. m.
Worship Services-3:45 P. M.

We welcome all who are inter- Fresh Shrimp Cocktail Apricots in Syrup )

.... ested in the Methodist Church serv- Chilled Grape Juice Punch Home-made Chicken Soup
Try A ices in Clewiston. We especially request -
Complete Dinner At "
that all who can play any instrument Roast Capon with. Dressing .......-....-'......... ............... ..........._.....$1.50
I to bring them to the Pub- Baked Virginia Ham, Raisin Sauce ...........:................:......__..._...... 1.50 1'
lic Library each Sunday afternoon Golden Brown Spring Chicken unjointed) ......:............:............ 1.50
THE CANEBRAKE in order that you might help us in Broiled Sea Bass, Parsley Butter ...:.......:__.._..............'_:..:_..........." 1.35 /
i the music.. Shirred Eggs, au gratin .................:.L......:.:.:...:............................ 1.35

The Lord will bless all who hon- '
Green Lima Beans Sliced 'Fresh Beets V 1
or His word, and all, who will accept -
F FROM $1.25 to $1.75 Jesus as Saviour and Lord. Corn Fritters Candied Yams I

Everyone is invited to attend all Waldorf Salad i

SERVICE of the services. Come and get a Cocoanut Cream Pie Caramel Ice Cream !
FROM >.
6 TO 9 O'CLOCK SHo'n'l' .
Chocolate Meringue Sundae i
9 TILL 11:30 ORDERS blessing from the Lord. Pudding _" :, Pineapple, ,

Rev. Lewis Minter, Pastor. Coffee Tea Milk

TRY OUR SPECIAL 1i i
SPAGHETTI FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

DINNER H. C. Meador, Pastor *
i SUNDAY NIGHT DBUFFET.N.

THE MOST POPULAR Sunday School-9:45 a. m. 6:30 :
ITEM
ON OUR MENU Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. A complete Buffet Supper _..._....._................._............................ $1.50 t
Training Union-6:15 p. m.

Evening Worship-7:30. p. m.


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:TJ1IDAY FEBRUARY 9, 1945 THE CLEWISTOff NEWS ;''f AQB FIVEr


the theme of this year's observance, formed friendships of lasting value New cars available this month C. H. COULTER NEW
: r PRESIDENT'SMESSAGETO "Scouts of the World-Brothers Together to themselves and others. ,I 2,000 for the entire nationbringsthe STATE FORESTER

, ," gave him great satisfac- Now the Boy'' Scouts of America reserve stockpile of new cars

tion. comes forward with a positive pro down to just ten thousand. This TALLAHASSEE, Feb. 7FNSC. );

t : BOY SCOUTS ON The president's message, made gram for emphasizing the world reserve total is exactly the numberof H. Coulter will succeed H. J.

, public today by Fred L. Treat Scout brotherhood of Scouting. It is the new cars that peacetime. America Malsberger as Florida State Foresterand

35TH. ANNIVERSARY Executive of the Sunny Land Coun- youth of the world who must share bought in. just one day "To make I Park Executive on March 1, it

cil,; Boy Scouts of, America_,_ follows:_' and"'maintain the peace now being one day's supply of new cars last I was announced this week by Basil
The White House purchased' so dearly on the battle- 'until production resumes after vic E. Kenney, president of the Florida
I' 'Washington.TO1 fronts. I am convinced that the tory;" Mr._ Hisgen added, "is 'a plenty Board of Forestry and Parks.
in '
President Roosevelt a message -
,
Boy Scouts and Cubs as well as' tough job. But it can be done, by Malsberger resigned to take the
to the Boy Scouts of America THE BOY SCOUTS OF senior groups, through their mutual making present cars continue running position as manager of the Southern
-
t on its thirty-fifth anniversary today AMERICA: understanding, mutual appreciation till the very last mile that's in Pulpwood Conservation Association,

f said that "it is the youth of the Your theme for your Thirty-fifth I and mutual respect will bo them." He urged all motorists to with headquarters in Atlanta:

world who must, share and main Anniversary gives me great satis among the leaders in the promoting have their cars checked regularly, Coulter has been in the State

tain the peace now being purchased faction. For many years the Boy of comradeship among' the demo- drive them carefully, and' "coax forestry service for 15 years and for

BO dearly on the battlefronts" andthat Scout movement has been a real cratic peoples of the earth. them along." Car pooling, he said, the past ten years has held the po-

t. he is "convinced that Boy force among the democratic countries Friendship is a basis of our Scout is the ideal way to prolong car life, sition of assistant State ''Forester.

Scouts and Cubs, as well as senior in helping to promote better ideals and a part of our Scout law. for when five men ride to work <\1 .- --

;groups, through their mutual understanding understanding among the nations Let us live by it and strengthen it! the same car, one car does the workof .
and international good will. The war ,is not won, so dig down
mutual ;appreciationand I God bless you all! five while the other four remain
and
mutual respect will be among At the time of our National Jam (Signed) Franklin D. Roosevelt. unengaged and 'conserve their mile next buy pay-day.,that extra Bond the very

the leaders in the promoting of boree in'1937 I was happy to note age.

comradeship among the democratic the many Scouts from across the RATIONINGCALENDAR Those home-owners who have

peoples of the earth* seas who came to camp with* the used their fuel oil rations extravagantly -

In his message to the 1,800,000 Boy Scouts of America and learn I have only themselves to. blame Tallahassee, Florida
members of the Boy' Scouts of morel of our way of life. At the if they find themselves shivering January 10,' 1945

.America of which he "is Honorary world Scout Jamboree from freedom during the remainder of the win NOTICENOTICE

President and an active leader for I loving nations lived together, found PROCESSED FOODS ter. Military demands for fuel oil Is hereby given that the
1 interests and ideals, audI' .... STATE BOARD OP EDUCATION of
' over 23 years Mr. Roosevelt said common (Blue Stamps and other petroleum products have the State of Florida will offer' for

X-5, Y-5, Z-5, B-2, now valid, ex- stepped up tremendously during the sale to be sold to the highest bidder
at Tallahassee Florida, 12:00 o'clock
past few months.FOREST .
pire March 31. NOON, February 20th, 1945, the following -
C-2, D-2, E-2, F-2, G-2, now valid, 'described. land in HENDRY
r- More Flowers in the '45 Garden iiin I County: .
Victory expire April28. FIRES DO 84 of N% and Slh of Section 16,
H-2 K-2 L-2 M-2 valid Township 44 South, Range 32:;
j-2, now MUCH DAMAGEIN East. x
expire June 2. THIS NOTICE is published in com-
MEATS AND MATS pliance with Sections 270.07. 270.08 and :
FLORIDA 270.09 Florida Statutes 1941.
( Red Stamps) STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION of

Q-5,. R-5, S-5, now valid, expire -,. the reject State any of Florida and all reserve bids. the rightto

March 31. Forest fires during the last six BY ORDER of the State Board of
11I. n T-5 U-5 V-5, W-5, X-5, now Education of the State of Florida. '
months of 1944 burned a total of Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
valid, expire April 28. 26,038 acres of private lands under ATTEST: '
Y-5, Z-5, A-2, B.-2, C-2 D-2 now Colin English Secretary
fire control in Florida. This was I State Board of Education.Jan. i
valid, expire June 2. approximately half of one per cent 19, 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16. '

SUGARSugar of the land under protection. JoeR.

Stamp No. 34, good for five Gramling, fire control chief of

'pounds, expires Feb. 28. the Florida Forest and Park Service, NOTICETO

Sugar Stamp No. 35, good for five reported that 927 fires were fought
1I WHOM:: IT MAY CONCERN:
pounds, expires June 2. during the period and that damage
intention
This is to advise that It is my
SHOES was estimated at $19,583. to register the name of MACK'S:
Airplane 'Stamps No. 1, No. 2, and ,i DRUG STORE with the Clerk of the ;
Gramling pointed out that this Circuit Court in and for Hendry Coun- ;
) No.3, now good. I report covers only 5,542,681 acres ty, Florida, the said Hendry County
FUEL OIL land' being the principal place of business1.LCK'S
l of under cooperative fire con- of DRUG STORE: that I am
I
( q1 s. 0 p In North Carolina, South Carolina trol with the, State Service and that the sole owner of the business operated -
I Georgia and Florida. Period under the name.of "MACK'S DRUG
this represents only about 25 per TOnC." ,
.4 and 5 coupons from last season, cent, of the land in the state that
Periods 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 from this RAMON J. :McLEOD.
I should be protected.
Jan 19, 26, Feb. 2, 9.
I season '. all valid for 10 gallons

I.I I. .4 sc i each. ,' .:..i..I..t..M..!..M..!..!..!..V!..!..!..!..M..!..!..t........................NHN.. .. ...................................................................................-..-.....
I In Virginia-Period 4 and 5
I '' ,.-
.n. 6Jiy HMl y
iEctG A's :,4d.kGlPhoto }?
I < coupons from last season, Periods : ,J. .;.
I
Courtesy Ferry-Morse Seed Co. :. "
I II 1, 2, 3, and 4 for this season-all 0 0:' ,: : !.i.O
I Grow bouquets as well as beans this coming season! Flowers can add I valid for 10 gallons each.GASOLINE ( '., '" : .

: plenty pleasure and zest to the plainer duties:of vegetable gardening. Mora ... :. ', I:
) t dr.
I beauty in gardens can definitely be classed as part of the better.'gardens" program A-14 coupons valid through March .. .y$4;: *: .. ..: Let .Us-. ,....: --- .;, ---.--. -- ._- .!. .'
IIJ our government recommends for 1945r -'" -oji': -y1"Where 21. Rationing rules now require oJ. :io

\ \ I space.is limited,-the simplest way is to devote few.rows to easy-to- that each car owner write his license

grow :flowers that can be used for cut-' number and state on' each coupon in Supply> You JFSrf. i iy

ting material. Or, a border of flowers wealth of bloom and compact habit will his possession as soon'as it is issued -

can surround:the entire garden.or,part form a line of splendor around any' to .him by.; his local rationing ,
f the garden to .make the I '

: vegetable vegetable ,plot. Dwarf bachelor but- board. : Y
plot an attractive part of the home I __ 0?. .(.
ton, Jubilee Gem, and ageratum are :. ..
i grounds. Surprisingly enough, when. good blues to edge the brighter blossoms Housewives seem tg be in complete o::. '\ .
the vegetable rows are well laid out and white I approval or'the recent reinstatement .:. (
like
a edger Little
I and cared for, they are as pleasing, to Gem alyssum is always in good taste.A I of expiration dates on : WINDOW CARPS' *

II I look at as the flowers themselves. fence around the vegetable plot I led and Blue food stamps, ThomasL. X

. \ Annual flowers grown in rows in thee often affords excellent opportunity for Hisgen, Acting OPA District Di- X
[ 7 garden can be cared for in the same flowers. Morning glories, such as rector at Jacksonville announced ::: RULED, FORMS :!:

i. way as vegetables. Asters are suitable Heavenly Blue and Pearly Gates, twin- this week. They'realize' he said, that .;. "to
Be sure to get seed of the wilt such action is long-range protection ?:
the
. ing on fence, will form a soft :;: LETTERHEADS'ENVELOPES :
I resistant type. Bachelor buttons are background for other annuals in front. for everyone. By announcing expiration 1

./ always lovely for cutting. So are cal- Cosmos or Pink Queen cleome are I dates at the same time as
l : endula and the validation date, the housewife ::
calliopsis and gaillardia. beautiful tall selections next to a fence. :;: .t..: ,;
Both nasturtium and salpiglossis are Giant zinnias and African marigolds knows how to plan her buying. "By .;. ,,,;;;.:., :::

at their best in bowls or vases and as well as many other medium-growing spreading her spending of poinrs 'f.' BILLHEADSV: ...Oi.t'
1 are beter adapted to growing in rows flowers, are of proper height for a sec- over the entire four-month period ..f.' :'
than in a flower border. African and ond row. Dwarfs such as those already hey're good," said Mr. Hisgen, "she ".f/: ::

French marigolds, Giant and Lilliput mentioned will add interest to eliminates any'need for a last-min- ::: HANDBILLS ,;" ,<*. ..
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yiTmlas, can be cultivated with a hoe the foreground. ute rush to buy. It will be easier .t.; .- .. ,:, ':;/ ::::
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the same as carrots or corn. One of the secrets of flower on :: .. .
easy "Also," he out, "it will prevent .; :;: TICKETS I :5 _
Medium and low flowers pointed ; .
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are border culture is to leave plenty of .I .' _. .. :::
usually best for bordering the vegetable space between plants to permit using the piling up of a backlog of :!: -.::; ; : .
unused stamps such as faced us at .' .. ; :'
plot. Petunias in rose, blue, and whiteare the hoe during the flowers' early : :J\: .ETC. \ .:\ ._
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colorful and neat. .
Lilliput zinniasin growth. Later, as the plants 4 :
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a bright will furnisha larger filling in the gaps and smoth- : : .
band of brilliance between garden ering any weeds that might dare to ahead would with make it impossible security, since to plan the _:: At: a price surprisingly low ,' i;
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marigolds or. one start- little cultivation Is likely to be
sudden spending of those stamps I
of the newer dwarf varieties with a needed.
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Excellent.Prescription Service coupons?: '* Its many suggestions help I. .I"y i

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o"c ,,'t": 7 r I .. can buy in certain grades of beef, _.' CLEWISTON NEWS :
.:: : Young People's Service Friday ........ 8:00: P. M.Sunday .}: the :: THE .
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: Night Sermon Subject: "Strange squeeze for Both meat wholesaler .
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and B. H, Reid. The 'car, a 1941 Estes, senior champion cow in the $355; Pasco 72d, M C. C. Cornelius, I' Champion, $580; Miss Mogul Manso
CHARLOTTE DELANEY Ford sedan \belonging to Mrs. show held Friday, and consigned by I I' Okeechobee, $320; K-126, Bevllle,! 14th, Shields, $550; Miss Phleugar
Laney, is said to! be. a. total D'C-I' I. A. {feq,' Zephyrhills. Crum $270; "! 21st Haney, $410;
Mrs.. DeLancy: is employed Brothers, .Plant City; bid her in at G. W. Mann Ranch, Bartow Milton R. Thomas & Son, Sara- ;
:BETTY MANTLE ARE<< bookkeeper' ,t' the, LaBelJe 1o ? $1800.. Blue ,Cow's Elmer:, Duda, $1500; \ sota-Martin's Gold, U. S. Sugar ;, \
Company and l liss i Mantle is er4ilpycd Auctioned A. C- McNuilen, UJU ,- I Henry O. Partin: & Sons, Kisslmmee Corporation, Clewiston, $810.
in the, drug sundries store.1 tilla, knocked down, Blue Cow's Mogul Manso, r., 20th, A. G. .
HVRT IN CAR WRECKIfendry << owned and operated tjy lien cousins Elmer! mature bull qffered by G. W. MqArthur, Fernandina, $375; Phleugar : J i I Ii d.
Mrs.! R. E. Burctyard} '.and Mann Ranch,: Bartow, at $1500 to JI:. 27th, Alto Adams, Tallahassee i I Some CountiesExtendng ,. "
County Oegrge Burcliard. Both, lfa4} ;' l\rd'i I 4. Ij'uda; & eons, OviedQ. Second t $270; Phleugar, Jr. 28th, i J
!Infantile
'(1 News) all day Saturday} ty tfcejr; places of biggest buyer. was ,W. C. Chaiqpion, Haney, $29,5; Empqror, Jr. 6th, ;lack' I {
Mfs. Charlotte DeLaney and Miw employment.&Jrs. 'I Orlando,' who paid fl9,0 for three Graves' DeLjjnd, $ ,qo.(\; Paralysis Campaign +i .
!'S tty Mantle sutlered'severe Jn"Jur1 DeLsjney is the, wile of Staff! cow. and a 'bull. M. C. Peters, Winter\ :Haven !
.: s'Sunday when their car crash- Sergeant ,JL, L. DeLaney, Jr., who! t mulls, sold, '-\Yith' purchasers and I b.ulcalf\ W. '1'. Lamb, Center Ifill, I 1 I
l'ell Into a highway bridge abutment; sta' #ionqd at Cai13p flowze", Tex, s,I,: prices, paid 'prices paid, by, consignors -1 $230> j bail| calf; CorneliuH: i $28.5'; I TAMPA, Feb% 7-(FNS,)-With r f
'*m state road 25 just east of the aud! Miss Mantle, is! th.e daughter of !, are as, follows: bull coif Shields.\ $3 30; buU'caU.Jack .1 I reports !indicating: the .probability of .' /
'fonher experiment'station, about.. a?r. and Mrs,. Ray.: Mangle of Lynn: Norris C Hle Cp., pgalsu-Dalzell, Scarborough, Sa/asoat, 275; record-breaking" Florida contribu- 1,
lfite miles west of LaBelle. I Mp *she is! spending |tlq ,yipter'with Henry; O. Paj tin, KisStmmee\ \ $700(; Stuart :Brothers, Barto-y( -:- Sir- : tiona to "the'Na'tional Foundation' for !' ".
''According to the spry| told'by l the\ ( I\q\ cqHd: Denton, Parkin, ,$sOq,1; Major.. Bowles, BasH 17th, Ledley Wear, Lakeland J Infantile Paralysis' Carl D.' Brprein
'relatiVes, the 'two young '*women ._ L S. Harris, Bartovf? $<30; Closer, ,275;, Sir Basi\\ 53d, VanLandingham State campaign- chairman, said' somecoilnties [
ere returning home about 6 a. m. I I'I#. E. Wolfe, S. Augu th1Q, $380; ,Brothers, B411e. Glade, $6QQ; are extending' their. appeals
5lfter having visited friends |fn Port Durrance Rlnfb! ; Frank Bass, WaQchula-HQpK.- Sir Basil 57th, Wear, ,$245; :Sir well inlo" Febr. try., I
Myers. Miss Mantle was; sold '*,o At Brighton Sets ins' Moto, Y.,: 'B,. DeVore, Reddick, Females, "by. consignors, : are as, This: is in accord, with a national :
have fallen asleep .and "% \'oke. up i $220; Hopkins' Moto 2d, A. B.. _follows) : extension, unit Fub. 15,. authorized :
'just, as the car headed for the I A I.Til1le> Record Folks, Ocala l $225; Durrance Ranch, Brighton -I by Basil O'Conner, Foundation ''r
Branch," Mrs. DeLaney, who was I Durrance Ranch, Brighton Duchess of' Winsor, Ibt, Haney,I president. because"n many" parts of ,'
"driving told her sister, Mrs. James Reroie 603d, Champ'lon.$500; Z-305. $50' the country the appeal period of ,r
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Vlifder.- "I turned the wheel quicklynd I OCALA, Feb. 8-(Special 1- Rainbow Ranch, Palatka, $420; 2- Jan. 14.31 was marked by bad I1
estab- I. A. Krusen, ZephyrhillsLadYEstes
'- crashed \into the bridge" sh. Durrance Ranch, Brighton, year bull, Wolfe, '$_310; Earl of Wmsor weather: which postponed many
beef Crum,
lished an all-time record for $1800; Antoinette, Mc-
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Continued.T3oth 1st Gilbert Houston J, events. ;
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cattle in Florida with the sale at Arthur, $510; K-73 heifer, Dur-
were conscious when, nearly Texas, $660; Earl of Winsor, 2d, H. "Although we were not affected ,
,La- rance, { heifer,
$2150 of April's 842 to Henry $275; .19.3 << Rainbow,
Sui hour later, two hunters, Sam I in the precedentmaking -: L. Haney, Belle Glade, $380 ; Earlof $469 by this adverse weather and have 1
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Stokes and C. C. Suggs of Clewiston, which closed Winsor .3d, 0.' P. Register South received splendid reports ,of increased ;, l y
sale
;driving, past stopped to give aid.I Ocala Brahman. Bay, $350; April's 842, Lanier,, G. W. Mann Ranch, Bartow-Sa- contributions from almost
"Both ",were pinned in the wreckage here Saturday.In $2150; Earl of Winsor 4th, Krusen, rahellen, McArthur, $325; Lizzie- every county, ur' campaign 'directors -
II all 48 head of registered Brahman bell, Champion, $490; Wee, Built, .
itO! the car. An ambulance was sumtnoned $400; Earl of Winsor 5th, C. H. may extend their local appeals
from Fort Myers by Mr. cattle grossed $23,915 for an Seville, Bushnell, ?380;; Champion, '$420; until Feb. 15 if they wish to do so '
from I of $498.23, the 36 bulls. Henry O. Paitin & Sons, Kissim- order
StotBS, .who telephoned La- average i L. S. Harris, Bartow-bull calf, in to increase their community
with averaging $466.25 and the 12 females mee Lady Ghetto Manso 1st, total,"
Belle while Mr. Suggs remained A record' Claude Page, Bartow, $360; Tibor, Mr. Brorein said
$594.18.
averaging
lhe young women. C. F. Shields, Lake Wales, $280; -- - -: - --------- --------- -
for a Florida cattle sale, the ,aver- I I
At Lee Memorial Hospital where i I. ,A. Krusen, Zephyrhills-mature 11 6- ;
is said to establish a precedentfor I I )
'they were rushed, it was found that age bull, Milton R. Thomas, Sara-
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:"Mrs. DeLaney suffered a broken sota, $340; K-40, Norris, $350; '
Ieg and broken knee cap, while Miss Mississippi.The, I OK-4; Larkin, Brothers, Dade City, If You Wish :!
Mantle suffered a broken jaw, Durrances sold nine head at J i!
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Surgeons who ,attended them were Florida consignors to the sale. :>.r'.:',, :, GUARANTEED -
.:Drs. Ernest Bostleman, Quillan Jones I Highest-selling female was Lady !

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1945 TJ.H /,,CLEWJSTON, NEWS, :YALE 8 "EI :\

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Peters,. Gene and Bernie Thompson, I ice cream, ,and favors to the children FORSA'LE.
.jC-eorgfanne and Tommie Suggs, .. : 6 room,
; ,_ after they played games-on; ..the
Rose Dunaway, Juanita Snell, Randy I lawn. house, furnished. 327
II and) Billy Taylor, Sharon Crochet,
1 PERSONAL SOCIETY Gene Anderson and Patsy 'Moon. \I i .W. Arcade. Avenue 1 tp

-I Ii ,l :Mrs.: Moon was assisted by Miss., $25.00 WAR BOND -
Aubry 'and Eleanor Von Mach ;Jn re-

serving ice cream cup cakes, cola I'| ward for information
]I I and candy. I I I LOST: Two ration
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, books No. 3 and No. 4
II :MRS. DUFF EXTERTAIXS BRIDGE I ,.
i II'' Miss Arvilla Hopeiich left SUllI I Guests of Mr. and Mis. J. C. CLUB WEDNESDAY house, furnished or un- also kerosene

IJ I day for a few weeks' visit in Texas. ; Ziler are Mr. .Ziler's parents :Mr. '! furnished. S. C. Fry stamps..
and Mrs. S. T. Ziler, of Huntington Mrs. F. Deane Duff was hostess James Kirkpatrick Leit-

,j! Preston Ross, of Miami, was a Park:, Calif 01 nia. I to her bridge club and one extra Murphy Construction
1 )! I, i on Wednesday afternoon at ner. 1 1tp
, business visitor here on Wednesday. liable
''r It i Mrs. E. S. Knight, Sr., of' Jack-' i the Clewiston Inn. Co. J Up
.. sonville, arrived Saturday for a ] WMrV Ww.rV Hp.o.A
j Mrs J. E.
I Beardsley was high I
IL Miss Lois Prince was a week-end visit Miss
Ii week's with her daughter,
Mrs. T.
scorer, U. Koch Sr., second,
r visitor in Miami. tI > Dorothy Knight.Visitors and Mis. N. V. ;S. Mumford, third. BREEDING[ SERVICE: WANTED : Person wha
Others playing were: Mrs. J. V.
I Mrs. Ruby Roberts spent the in "We'sl Palm Peach on Francis, Mis. E. M. ,Blake, Mis. I Registered.screwtail can type and do general
week-end at her home in Moore Saturday were Mrs. i. E. Beardsley, Richard Bestor, :Mrs. U. T. Koch,
Haven. B. J. Myers, Richard Pape, Lt. Dan Jr., Mrs. Foster Crampton, Mrs. H. male.. D. A. ,Olden, 316 1 office work. LIVING
I Beardsley and Bruce Beardsley.Miss A. Bestor, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs.C. I
Melvin Toiheit left Friday for i J. Neilson. Mrs. R. C. Wilson and i Sugarland Park. QUARTERS provided.Shawnee .

Fort McPherson, Ga., for enlist- Renee Wethington returned Mrs ,W. C. Owen., I
' ments in the Air Corps Reseive. Sunday from a week's stay in Macon -' --- ____ Farms, contact

Ga., where she had been call- New ArrivalsThe BUDDED AVOCADOS Pollock,I phone J 155-J or 56.2tp.
: W. M. Jefferies of Belle Glade I II ed by the death- of a relative. II' Lula, Collinson, New Trapp, Booth

I ;b :was a business visitor, here on .1\10:1-1 I No. 1, No.5, No.7, No.8, Taylor,
I day. ., .I I Robert H. Davis 'formerly of Miami following.births are I reportedthis I Hickson Simpson,,,_. Bonita, Carter,
I I II has become 'a resident of Clew- week' by the Clewiston Hos- Hall, Choquette, Herman_ Waldin,' LOST Food ration
I :\\11'. and Mrs. Joseph Dagorrette I islon after accepting employment at pita.: Linda.

: were business visitors inVest Palm Riddle Field. Gary :Michael Moody, 8 lbs., 3 oz., l\IANGOES-Haden. Springfels' Zill, I book No. 4 by Willie E.
Beach on Monday. to Mr. and Mis. I. L. Moody of Brooks Late, Benars Langra,
-.- Miss Mary Mathis, Mrs. Ruth Moore Haven, on Tuesday, Febru- Saigon, Singapur%' Cecil, Pico, Fa- Ross Rt.. 1 Box 125- ,
Visitors inVest Palm Beach on Galloway and Miss Gervis Hathcock 6th. I zensen.
ary Bear Beach. 4trx.
Saturday, Miss Ruth Conley were visitors in Pahokee on Satur- TROPICAL
were Juanita Louise :Mancuso, 7 Ibs., 3 ARBORETUM, Inc.
I I: and Miss Tammie Hobbs. I day. oz., to Mr. and :Mrs.: Louis Mancuso, Boynton TTln. .... ,"OTirn..",.-*. TTTVI....""..f./"- ,.,. v171

on Tuesday, February 6th.
III Eddie Hale. Riddle Field, is spend Canon. William S. Turner, Rectorof ... ..... ..
Harry Lawrence Knight, 8 lbs., ; :N N: :ANN:N: ; : :NN:NN LNl:N:N:N: :.NNNN.i :'
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I his former home. I II' Beach, .,will be the guest of Mr. and on Tuesday, February 6th. I J. I'. CLAY .. .,....
1 .- Mrs. F. Deane Duff this week-end. General Repair, "Plastering; ami I,::: TAXICABS i;
j i I ),11'. and Mrs. J. B. Hendry were I Block: Work H.
SANDRA: JONES HAS PARTY .
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i business visitors in Miami on Thomas M. "Mutt" Wadron, -Jr., Chimney Work A Specialty DAY AND NITE SERVICE
I day: 1\1on-1 U. S. N., left for Seattle Monday OX SIXTH; BIRTHDAY & Moore Haven. Fla.Johnson's ;:: PHONE, 18 :
after spending a ten day leave here I I !... ."
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I Mrs. Ed Clark of Lakehurst, New I with his family. Sandra Jones, daughter of Mr. I :11:N N..:N NON N N":N:N:N:":NN:N:N:NNN:N:'1:N:.:M:4I

Jersey, arrived Saturday for a visit I and :Mrs. H. C. Jones, celebrated her iI i
with her mother, Mis. J. W. Moore. II Byrl Ingraham returned Thurs- sixth birthday on Thursday of last i
day from. Miami where he had just week. / -- ij j
)'Ir. and Mrs. Warren Gamble been sworn into service with the Sandra's guests were Josephine G. M. FORDCivil
were the week-end guests of Mrs. U. S. Navy. He has returned hometo Crews, Mary Jean King, Judy and Fish Camp I I

, i\ Gamble's mother in Arcadia. 1 await his call for training., Mary Catherine Francis, Ma'rgerie (Near Hurricane Gate) t Engineer and Surveyor
Brown, Sally Camack, Mickey Clewiston, Fla. Specializing In Everglades '
E. E. Gross ; returned after I II Private Samuel Mitchell of the I Mooney, Marilyn: Hancock Windsor I Boats and Motors-Guide Service Surveys

I spending :aveek with ,his family in Prison of War Detachment returned Meador and Patricia Cox. Rates' Reasonable Phone .. Clewiston, Fla.'ANTHONY'S' .
West Palm Beach. I Sunday after a fifteen day furlough Mrs. Jones, assisted by Mrs. W.. W. H. Johnson Mcr.
spent with relatives in Concord, N. B. Barbour, served birthday cake,

Flight Officer John R. Robbins Car. -_._ .
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I a leave with his parents, Mr. and Lt. U. T. Koch, who has been >.), :.. .
\\1 Mrs: J. Pi. Robbins.' visiting his parents, Mr. and Mis.. : -
it U., T.: Koch, Sr., left Wednesday to \,
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? .Visiting. ; Mr. and Mrs. A. D. return to' his base in the Panama -, .
., _,. ardson: -and. their guests Mr,.Rich-I_Canal Zone._ -", ; Y i. : -. '- ; ,) ; .
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j C.' Hamilton of Oakland," >..Calif'""'"' .1.1I Lt.. and Mrs. E. R. Stamps, recently -
I ." '- 'T;! 0 of Columbus, Mississippi .
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: Lt. Dan Beaidsley is" have become
spending residents of Clewiston,
fifteen day leave with his parents'l al l since Lt. Stamps' recent appointmentas ;;: '.4.f; :;::-er: .,.; THOROUGHNESS : '
Mr.. and Mrs J.' E. a medical officer at Riddle Field.- :
I Beardsley has just completed'I I -- I .. ,r '!Be-: t. --,

flight training at Turner Field. Albany Sgt. Gene Surrency is here from .:i:::' i-: 'i'-.',' .
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Georgia. I Pearl Harbor visiting his mother, r" .. "' '; :
< About four rodeo the fall '
Mrs. Vida Surrency. Charles Sur- _; ,_: v .: years ago we to see crops 2' :

rency, Merchant'" Marine, arrived I .: : and ,stopped by the Landinghams: : new potato '::'

from France last week. field about eight miles this side of Belle Glade. There

Elbert Hooker, U. S. N., arrivedin .: had been a lot of rain. The water level in the Hills;1 -
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thirty-day leave with his parents, .. :.. Van Landingham's dyke where only one pump was '. '

n.\II.Y ): VTIMI.:::t:4.r.. :>iMGIIT 1 Mr. and Mrs. W._C._Hooker. :;; k" running at 60% capacity to keep their pump basin ;
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I -Vr. A.; SIX. COX'I'IXIOI'S: I Pfc. Ross Torbert, who has been ; at correct boys were not .
a r p. M. home on. furlough visiting his par- -
I ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Torbert hi; :-..: that 200 acres of new potatoes. They had planned

I WEEK BEGINNING FEU. 11 has returned to Walker Field. Victoria \, thoroughly. They knew their job they were off '" ;

Kansas, where he is stationed.: i
playing golf. They made real from that
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I I J. W. Cowan. ;;of. Delray Beach andI .' crop. {
'F i : I Miss Thelma Mitza, of New York I .

I I f'MOON .)1h ANDY DEVINE i City returned to their homes Wed- ,::' ;:;,:;: '.: That is,the type of thoroughness Anthony's has tried J -,<. .
0 r0RNNiO DONANOVAAiI ; nesdayafter a two weeks' visit with \JS '4o' this business its 49 of history '
A A rRANKPUGUARAMSAY AMES 1 Mrs.. Dorothy Gill. \' weave into over years 1 I
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Fred W. Davis returned ','
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a7 CNN/CO1lGf I Miami where he spent several <';. ',:>; .:. :We have shoe men who know the art of fitting the .
days of study in the Training in ".' '
ALSO CARTOON Business program which he is I ;" foot clothing men who have spent a lifetime, almost _" ,

[States teaching Sugar the key.meu Corporation.of the United :_ I .., studying styles and'who know how to fit your ,', -

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Duty 7 dBORBIN end with relatives: in Moore Haven. :: :-i: We have women specialists who can bring you first ..
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Pat' panied' by her daughter, Mrs. Rich- hand information from the style centers country '

1 prIEN' ; ard Yoder for her home in Frank- and render a service equal to none in this part of .

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STORY BEHIND MONTGOMERYBRADLEY !Mr. I. Hoffman (the New York I just fee] wed t nor

COMMAND SHIFT Big Problem Is to Route Manpower Into Critical branch of the Hollywood Reporter) you.
recalled the most costly comma in M
There is significant background jCjCCA't 1

/behind the appointment of British Work; Labor Needs Vary Throughout U.tariff S. history.bill listed. .articles Many years that were agoa 4(. 0". ,1

Field Marshal Bernard Montgomeryto -
command two American armies, Different Areas. ,,VY to be admitted free. One item was ,
"all Buta ?
foreign fruit-plants. '
of the
thereby taking away most (
careless clerk the 0 0 ,
command of Lieut. Gen. Omar N. replaced hyphen
Bradley. There are also interesting ByBAUKHAGE with a comma. It caused or- ,(

reasons why it was kept such a Netvs Analyst and Commentator anges, lemons, bananas, grapes
hush-hush matter from the American I and other imported fruits to be ad- WNU Features. I
IVNU Service, Union Trust Building 'raw material and will have the mitted to the U. S. free of duty. .

public. Washington, D. C. manufacturing facilities in time. It cost the government an esti-
General Bradley has now been Undersecretary of War Patterson mated million "
dollars plus.A
Americanwar
with the ,
What is '
wrong
awarded the bronze star by !
told the house military affairs com- CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
effort on the home front? 'L.
Eisenhower and congratulatedby mittee that in the first six monthsof concrete example of journalistic -
all this excitement over a
Churchill to take the sting Why 1945, 700,000 men would be needed jiu-jitsu (being thrown for the !
of ?
out of his loss of the First and new draft manpower I
for war production and industry
Mobilizer count) was the story which said that 9
Didn't War Byrnes say !
that ,
idea
Ninth armies. The
almost i necessary to the war effort. Dick Merrill, the famed transatlantic -
Bradley made the transfer him- I that our the war production of the entire I have talked with the War Man- flier, had broken another record AGENTS WANTED ,l
production
equalled, !
self also has been publicized. and :
power commission experts they -flying from Seattle to Washingtonin ,;"
it, is world? LADY WANTED In every community both <
Despite these maneuvers These questions are being askedin break ,down those figures somethinglike six hours and three minutes. rural and city, to sell line .of household '\ )
known inside the'' war depart- this: necessities to her neighbors Our line Includes U
minds. I have asked themof The story was wired from the Cap- such scarce items as cheese and \[
ment that highest U. S. war many whose it is to get One hundred and fifty thousandmen ital by one of the news services. laundry soap. Liberal commission. General "'Iii
chiefs opposed the transfer to the men job needed immediately for criticalwar Product Company (U-3), Albany. Georgia. l
One Dick'spaw
in and I night later we, grabbed
done Washington,
and that it was put things
Montgomery production.One and shook it hard ;
as we con-
to their answers
Eisenhower want to try put '
across by General hundred and fifty thousandmore gratulated him, "I don't know Swedes Cabin
before Log
you. Brought
anyway. for other war production to "
Let me quote one sentence spokenby what, it's about, he said. "I just
Background of the reshuffle goes Mobilizer himself: take care of' the normal turn-over, came in from Africa. How could
War Byrnes
back to the landing in Normandylast expected replacements, etc. The uch; a story that never happenedlet The log cabin is not native to
longer
summer when Montgomery was "Critical production no remaining 400,000 must be retainedin started?" 'I America and it was unknown to f
into strate-
given Caen as his objective, while feeds pipe-lines ,or goes into civilian production and services our earliest colonists, such as
is
Bradley was to take Cherbourg. gic reserves-it" going right which have to be continued in orderto The terrible crash of the old China those at Jamestown' and Ply- f. ',I

Bradley reached his objective aheadof battle. "critical produc- maintain the total war effort. Clipper at Trinidad reminded us of mouth. This type of construction "

schedule in a new type of" offensive tion"If we with compare fighting units, perhaps the The situation is summed up in the flight we made from Natal to the was introduced by the Swedes

fighting, in which U. S. recent German counter-offensive general terms this way: The' man U. S. The ,Boeing circled over who founded their first, settlementhere I

troops did not wait for supplies to will the picture. power mobilization problem is not Port of Spain for more than an hour in 1638 on a site that is nowa ,I
help us see
come up nor for snipers to be wiped as large as it was in 1942 and 1943 -waiting, we learned, for the man part of Wilmington, Del. !
out. When Von Rundstedt's drive but 'it is more acute in certain in charge of the field lights to wake I

Montgomery, using more conservative started, men and tanks and guns lines. Two things>contribute to mak- up-and turn them on. The law II I

,slow-moving,old-fashioned tac- and trucks, "critical production" in ing it more acute. One is the fact there at the time, it :
appears pro-
tics, sat with his army at Caen, and other words, a1'had] to be poured that we haven't the pool of either hibited plane landings at night. Beware Coughsfrom :1

either could not or would not break into actual battle. The result- was civilian production' the unem- When the China Clipper crashed it

through until long after schedule, that there were just not enough of ployed from which to draw'as' we was the first time Trinidad permitted common colds

and until Bradley, ignoring Montgomery them in the right place at the right had at the start. Second, because planes to land at night., .

smashed the Nazi lines to. time and ,our line crumbled. There the t needs are "critical" (battle' That Hang On r ,

the south and started the lightning were no immediate reserves to needs) they must be satisfied immediately The author of "Argentine Diary" r
throw in and bolster the defense. Creomulsion relieves promptly be-
Paris. or the actual front-line
dash to
Later on, when the veterans from activities be af (Ray Josephs) has an exciting re- cause it goes right to the seat of the
'Montgomery Demoted.: may immediately port in Cosmopolitan. It is the first trouble to help loosen and expel
army
the Third and the First
army fected. full-length article Evita (Little germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
on
Afterward the Stars and Stripes
and the British troops arrived, the to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed
One thing which must be consid- Eva
that ) Duarte, the girl "behind the
carried a story Bradley was
'tide turned. bronchial
was They representedthe mucous mem
being promoted to the rank of full reserves of "critical production" ered is the geographical shift of Colonels' clique in Argentina." branes. Tell your druggist to sell youa

general and would supersede Mont- which should have been there ,the American labor force, a point We wrote about her activities here bottle of Creomulsion with the un-

gomery. The Stars and Stripes being all the time. I which affects the general situation last 'June-the first story to appearin derstanding you must like the way tt
I for it involves moving a worker the' U. 'S. about her influence in quickly allays the cough or you are
an official army newspaper, the to have back.CREOMULSION.
For many months on that particular your money
story naturally was true. But pub- from place to place. And in the pres- Argentina. Little Eva, we said,
front only the men in the front
need the West coast
ent
although a one-time playboys' gal-pal worked
,
lication in London caused such a
lines needed. There were
furor among the British that the enough were men there to take care of (where labor is concentrated) is herself up, colonel by colonel, to a for Coughs.Chest Colds. Bronchitis ,o
still the most critical area, the top spot in the leading Fascist regime -
British broadcasting company 'went the normal enemy opposing them.'It ,
on the air'with an emphatic denial : building of new factories. meet in the Americas. Josephs'
was a minimum force without
: needs and the in the,
new change Cosmo piece is called "Under. Cover
After that the shift of armies was -
enough reserve to take care of
held up for a while, until Mont- maximum need and they were i type of needs from established Girl," and you'll' know why when good eaith produco
gomery could be made a Field Mar- thrown back. i factory in one place to one in another you read it. ., His story, he tellsus Let tho

shal to appease both him and Brit- That is the situation in war pro- II place involves the question of was inspired by the item here !\i flRRY.SSEEDS
suasion forceon the worker.
ish public opinion. Bradley then took duction today. Certain critical sup- or about her, and that is why the editors -

j over command of all the American plies (airplanes, tanks, other vehi- For instance, there is a great needin bought it. Two major movie fl ,

armies under Eisenhower, and cles and their accessories, certain Utah and Wyoming for workers studios are interested, too, reportsthe

Montgomery was left only with the types of ordnance, certain types of in coal mine The scattered author. Thus a columnar

two British and Canadian armies in ammunition) are being used so foundry sections from Michigan and item has bloomed.

Holland and Belgium. fast in battle that if an extra strain I Ohio, through Pennsylvania and Remember those wonderful vegetable ).,
Since then Monty has been wait- developed at a 'certain point there I New York to New England are Things like this are making you grew last summer-so chock-full of

ing for his chance to stage a come- would not be any reserve to call I critical areas. Even plane produc- Sec'y of State-tinius a very respected goodness and mouth-watering flavor?
back. His, friends of the British upon. : tion, concentrated in the West, has gent around Washington. Better make plans right now to plant

press-of whom he has manyhavebeen : its problems, for, although some air- The other day he invited more this season but be certain to
plant Ferry's Seeds for best and surest
doing the same. So immediately Changing Conditions plane factories on the Pacific coast Sec'y of Interior Ickes and his ,results. '

following the German break- Alter PlanningWhy have closed.down,. many of the new staff to meet with the StateDep't
factories for the flying fortresses And it's easy to buy Ferry's Seeds.
he Eisen- at dinner. .
through, began pressuring are these things lacking? a private .
I Your favorite store carries a wide as
hower to give him the American and other new models are in areas !Mr.i Ickes asked to makea
Why didn't we pile them up, as we was sortment. Have a better garden with
other than the West coast.
First and Ninth armies. criticism of the State -
do other things, until we had enoughto complete Ferry's Seeds.
Montgomery is a superb defensive take care of an emergency? We have the man and woman- Dep't. The idea was to

figher. When his back was to the Chiefly, because their greatest need power in the nation to take care of achieve better teamwork. FERRY-MORSE SEED CO.

wall at El Alamein just a few miles developed after we started our war the need. It is a question of gettingthe Ickes let them have a blistering DETROIT 31 SAN FRANCISCO 24

from Cairo, he did a great job. programs. Reserves for the futurecan right man in the right place. attack, and plenty of State Dep't

When given offensive jobs as in only be based on present infor- OveroptimismCauses ears sizzled. But the confab !\

Sicily, at Caen, and at Arnhem he mation or estimates based on previous achieved its unique purpose. .

failed to make the, grade. knowledge, or lucky guessing. Letdown It put the State Dep't lads on

How much of Eisenhower's When the war began nobody,. not There are several reasons why friendly, human relations with OSDo
decision to, put Montgomery in even the Japs who used amphibious the right man (and woman) is not in the Ickes bunch for the first timein WOMEN YON IR4 U

command of the two American warfare in the early stages to the the right place now. One is due to a dozen years. ,

armies depended upon his abilityas best advantage, had any idea of, ,an error in judgment which may, You Hate HOT FLASHES- ?

a defensive fighter, and how the type and number of landing- or may not, be blameworthy. Ger- Add fine screen playing: Mark If you suffer from hot flashes, feel

much on British pressure is not' craft, to say nothing of the tech- many's "come-back" power, for Daniels in the"Winged Victory" hit. all weak due, nervous,to the, a functional bit blue at"middle-times-

known. It is known, however, nique of operating them, which are which I attempted to set forth cer- In mid-December the col'm' pre- age" period peculiar to women-try

the transfer of commands was used in the latest Allied operations.The tain reasons in two preceding col- dicted that another strike would Lydia pound E.to Plnkham's relieve such Vegetable symptoms Com;

opposed in the war departmentand contrast between the Japanese ,umns, was underestimated.This break out at Wright's in New Jer- Taken regularly-Plnkham's Com

was carefully hushed-up for landing in Lingayen bay and the caused a shortage in certain sey. The workers there wish it em- against pound such helps annoying build up symptoms.resistance

two weeks and not even all of American landing three years laterin types of weapons. Superabundancein phasized that they won't strike and Plnkham's Compound Is made .

the top-ranking ''executives in the same place is astounding. others. The latter put men out intend to vote for the continuationof especially for women-it helps nature -
and that's the kind of medicine -
the Pentagon building knew Byrnes used as examples of other, 'of work and caused them to seek the no-strike.pledge. to buy I Follow label directions. ...

about it. "unpredictables," inventions and I non-war jobs. We had counted on a LYDIA L. r flh nntwi' COM OUND

Also it is a significant, fact that improvements over old models, jet more mobile type of warfare. We A Broadway playgirl was 'tipped

Eisenhower is answerable to Chur- planes, new types of' radar and the i did not think we needed the heavy to a sure-thing four days before

chill as well as Roosevelt. He can- like.Today artillery to blast Germany'' out 'of Tropical Park shuttered. She WNU-7 4 45Kidneys

not be removed by Roosevelt with- 55 per cent of our war powerful defenses. We counted too plunged on the horse for a $10,000

out Churchill's O.K. and he has to production does not need to rise. heavily on enemy vulnerability to killing. But the bookie, with no ..

get along with both. That is an important Some of it is properly declining.But the bombing of German cities. That future in ;racetrack gambling, Must

point not realized by many. there are other parts of the was both a psychological and' stra- welshed to the coast. Her boy friend

But not to be forgotten. program 'which are lagging' that tegical error.Underestimating. happens to be one of the East's

Note: Rivalry among high rank- should mount, because they are the length of the toughest sportsmen. Not a new way

ing generals exists in every war, "critical production." Of course, European' war also had a bad psychological of committing suicide at all. Well
For You To Feel
probably worse in the last war. Gen- some plants. making such goods are effect. It caused many '
eral Pershing and Gen. Peyton temporarily closed while retoolingfor workers to quit war work for' what hatcheck 24 hours every day. 7 day every
A Gilmore gal got -$100 week, never stopping, the kidneys filter '
March, U. S. chief of staff, were new models. Others are under they thought would be more per- tip from a fellow, who returned ,two waste matter from the blood.If 1
of how the
hardly on speaking terms. General construction. But many plants lack manent employment. It caused hours later and said it was a mis- kidneys more must people constantly were aware remove surplus -

Pershing also sent Gen. Clarence nothing except manpower, those, for great pressure on Washington to be- take; demanding it back. He gave fluid, excess acids and other waste
matter that cannot in the blood
Ransom Edwards of Boston, heroof example, making certain types of gin reconversion, as War :Mobilizer her $1 instead. Not a bad tip, at'' without Injury to health stay there would

New England, home from France planes and tanks and ships. Tiresare Byrnes admits was wrong. He said: that. Havana is "dead"-prac- ba better understanding of why the
whole is when kidneys fail
because of clashing personalities. being ground to pieces by shell ". we could not do two thingsat tically no tourists. But Cuba has to function system properly.upset
splinters in the mud of Luxem- once could not pursue an Burning scanty or too frequent urination
great, prosperity, 'wages are higher that
Bomctimea warns something
CAPITOL CHAFF bourg and Belgium; Tanks are roll- all-out war production effort while than ever. ,The Cuban capital is it wrong. You may suffer nagging backache -

< swelling.
pains getting up at nights
correspondents, President pines to the Rhine, and bigger and facilities and manpower for civilian the Presidential Palace. Groanedone Why, not try Doan't PiUtl You will
Roosevelt smoked cigarettes withouta better ones are demanded. There is production." bo using a medicine recommended the
Cuban planter "You
wealthy : country over.Doan't stimulate the fune-
holder, while Assistant Pres. Jim- a constant need for all kinds of am- The man and his job were sepa- people insist on giving our people tion of the kidneys and help them to

my Byrnes used a long black holder. munition, but there is critical need rated, too, by the improvement of milk and ice cream 1 They hate itl"! flush blood.out They poisonous contain nothing waste from harmful.the

C. In London they tell Americans, for certain types of ammunition, models and creation of new equip- Isn't it true you'' are richer Get Donna today. Use with confidence.At .

"You've got to understand our Win both heavy and light. ment. No one can be blamed for than'ever?" he was asked. "No," all drug stores.

ston. He believes in government for And so we come to the 'main probe this. But frequently, as I have he said, "I used to make $500,000 a '

the people, not government by the lem which is really the only prob- shown, it tended to place the job 'I'' month. Now it takes three months e 7
people lem today-manpower. We have the and the man miles apart. '
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Champ Used His Head


{Y I1INTS SUNDAY I ,Champ Clark, speaker of the
a
Lesson house .from 1911 to 1919, had to

battle poverty in' order to get an
With bottle brushes scarce, use BY HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. education. When Tie finally managed
Of The Moody Bible Institute of
Chicago.
waxed from bread to
paper scour
Released by Western to scrape enough money to-
bottles. It does the e c8 Newspaper Union.
job'well..
a nn a gether, to go to college, he took
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his schooling very seriously. Clark
When discarding worn bath towels
the best; Lesson for February 11 kept his nose'in a book from morn
save parts and use
till night-even skipping chapel;
for making washcloths or bath
mitts. Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected However, the school authorities
and copyrighted by International insisted that he attend services
Council of Religious Education; used by
Some types of artificial flowers permission. and he did-for a short while. The

It may be renewed by placing them JESUS AND THE TWELVE bookworm appeared in chapel .
F i J over steam for a few minutes. with his head completely shaved.

-eA xf'i; LESSON TEXT-Matthew 10:1. 5-8; 11:1 So great was the disturbance his
small vegetable brush is an 25-30. naked dome caused that he was

effective tool when using paint S GOLDEN TEXT-Ye are my friends. If excused from further attendance. ,
and varnish ye do whatsoever I command you.-John In his senior
remover, especiallyon 15:14. year he made an
carved surfaces. average grade of 99.89 per cent!

Service for Christ has not always

been as impressive and effective as

it should be because it has lacked WHYQWNIUPLETSalways

conviction and spiritual power. God
Chest did not intend it to be the weak and do this for

faltering thing that it often is, because -

I : of our failure to go God's'way. CHEST COLDS !

The sending out of the twelve had

1, special significance, and yet it To Promptly Relieve CoughingSore -
; brings forth principles which havea Throat and Aching Muscles

Colds I bearing on the service of every Whenever the Quintuplets catch cold-
believer in Christ. their chests,throats and backs are rubbed
The Servants with Musterole. Powerfully Bootbing-
of ChristI.
Musterole not only promptly relieves
Dlstross Th 1g s Have a Divine Commission (10: coughs,sore throat,aching chest muscles
Rolleve Proved Wall 1, 5-8)). due to colds-but ALSO helps break up
? Home congestion in upper bronchial tract, nose
The
twelve
disciples had already
and throat.Wonderfulforgrown-upstoo!
ySr 6 rbz x.R been called into
vo the Lord's service.
Now to help relieve congestion In 3
Now they were to be prepared for
) and irritation .
lmm1IDfie
: ov ;;? .;' :is edrnsohLYdd.'si:6d'ir the service StrengthsMRL'
: in upper bronchial which was ahead. It

tubes, muscular soreness or tightness, I Fruit, Meringue and Cupcakes Dessert Trio was a time of commissioning and -
coughing spasms-most young mothers (See Recipes Below) empowerment for service.
1 rubVicksVapoRubontliroat.cbestandback God calls men today to serve Him.
at bedtime.And at once VapoRub Dessert Simplicity Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenus In fact, there is a very real sensein Ue 0 favrnecf

which every Christian is called to N
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pENETRATES s Desserts that delicious in spiteof
are serve. Let no one try to excuse him- 2Sf
to upper bronchial ;* & their simplicity and yet hearty self from that and HAIR TONICSTRAINS
responsibility
Lamb Steaks with Mustard Sauce
tubes with its special-* ,:$ ?+ enough to satisfy appetites whippedto privilege.To .
'
medicinal vapors ,I> I. Jrwt- Creamed Potatoes
their keenest wintry
by sharp
Brussels Sprouts some comes a special call to
srAff1FGs ''' weather are the order of the day.We're Pear Salad leave their accustomed daily work

chest and back concentrating on des- Cinnamon Rolls Jelly and launch out into a broader serv- SORENESSA
j" surfaces like a c- serts that take up little time and Rice Pudding ice for Christ. When that timecomes
warming poultice. effort little of the
'
Beverage we may go forth with the
$ So soothing, comforting .VapoRub precious, rationed assurance that, the power of a divine
1 invites restful sleep and keeps on work- sugar, but use Saviour goes with us. The 'twelve favorite household antiseptic dressing
ing for hours to relieve distress.And... plenty of'fruits in !!:and liniment for 98 years-Hanford'i
I 2 eggs iisciples: had some special powers BALSAM OF MYRRHI It contains
ONLY VAPORUB Gives You this special I; season. There are 1 cup sifted flour which we do not have and do not soothing gums to relieve the soreness and
penetrating-stimulating t'sthe c 3 many recipes ache of over-used and strained muscles.
need. God suits
1 teaspoon baking powder' the to the
best known home remedy for relieving them that power Takes the sting!!: and itch out of burns
miseries among Vz teaspoon salt need, and that means that in every scalds, insect bites oak and ivy poisoning
I of children's V Q fl c: &C tTj> '' t use eggs or milkto 1 teaspoon cinnamon circumstance we may look, to Him ,v find and sun burn chafing and
fortify diets chapped skin. Its antiseptic action lessens
colds.Try itl VA PO R U a Vz teaspoon lemon extract with assurance, and go on.
the danger of infection whenever the
in these two important foods.
shy Topping: One of our difficulties in dealing .akin is cut or broken.
The first is an especially quickly 10 pear halves, pared and stewed with such matters as spiritual power Keep a bottle handy for the minor
prepared dessert that is satisfying I is that casualties of kitchen and nursery. At
V2 cup sugar we interpret the things of the '
your' druggist: -trial size bottle 35 t;
but not too heavy: 1 teaspoon cinnamon I realm'of the spirit by physical stand- household size 651: economy size $1.25.

Fruit Cupcakes ards and measurements. We are so a C. HANFORD MFG. CO. Syra use. N.Y.
cupcakes into Cream shortening, add sugar and Sole maker of
1 r; Slice plain bakery quick to say "I cannot" on the basis
wedges cutting only half way cream until light and fluffy. Add
Df
: our logical human reasoning,
-- through Open, gently and fill the eggs one at a time and beat ,well. when
an appreciation' the
Add flour which has with powerf
cavity'with: meringue and fruit. Bits been sifted God would make us with
baking powder salt and 'cinnamon.Add say
breakfast ,
of fruit left over from or onfidence "I "
can.
lunch may be used. Served with coffee flavoring. Pour into' a well- II. Declare a 'Divine Revelation

: or another hot beverage, these greased, oblong or square pan. Press (11:1, 25-27).
make a tempting climax to heavierfall the cooked pear halves into the bat- The messenger's
ter and sprinkle'with and cin- responsibility
meals.
and winter sugar
: Butterscotch Rice Pudding. namon mixed together. Bake for 30 and importance are largely deter- FAMOUS DISCOVERYacts
i mined by the' nature of the mes-
(Serves 6) minutes in a 400-degree oven.
he has to
sage convey. Particularly
I fast the
Ii i Jj cup rice Orange Crisps. i is that true where the.message must on kidneys

1 2 teaspoon cups milk salt (Makes IVz dozen small cookies) pass through his personality and thus -to ease painful bladder I irritation
k
2 cups sifted enriched flour be proclaimed. The nations' the
f t 2 tablespoons butter Vz teaspoon baking powder earth choose their most able men caused by excess acidity in the urine

% cup brown sugar teaspoon soda to be their ambassadors and grant Thousands are thanking DR. KILMER'S
ZI 1 tablespoon lemon juice them full SWAMP ROOT for helping them to remove -
Vz teaspoon salt power. .
vanilla the cause of needless "getting up at
Vz teaspoon Vz cup shortening The glorious thing about being a nights". For this pure herbal medicine,
Vz cup chopped dates 1 messenger for God is that' we originally created by a practising physician .
Wash rice and add salt and rice cup sugar carryno acts quickly to increase the flow of
1 egg ordinary communication. Whatwe urine..helps relieve backache,run-down
} to the milk. Bring to a boil and then feeling, uncomfortable symptoms of
2 teaspoons grated lemon rind have to present,is far above the
simmer 25 minutes. Meanwhile, bladder irritation. SWAMP ROOT is .
LAURIE 2 teaspoons grated orange rind most important message any earthly scientific preparation. A combination of
ANNIE WAS SO melt butter, add brown sugar and 3 tablespoons juice ambassador could possibly haveto carefully blended herbs, roots, vegetables
I ADORED BY WILLIAM DOUGLAS cook over a low flame until very orange balsams. Absolutely nothing harsh orhabitormintr
II dark brown but not burned. Add the Sift together, flour, baking powder, carry. when you use Dr. Khmer'smedicine.
THAT HE WROTE FOR HER We, the children and servants of Just good Ingredients that act
caramel mixture ,to the rice andmilks soda and salt. Cream together fast to bring you new comfort!
1 I ONE OF THE GREATEST God through Jesus Christ, have Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY!
j LOVE-POEMS OF ALL TIMES. IW and stir until dissolved. Re- shortening and Ii something direct from the throne of Like thousands of others you'll be glad
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move from heat i sugar until light -rJ. that yon did. Send name and address to
-.: God. He has revealed it (v. 25)), Department C, Kilmer & Co.. Inc., Box
I'\ and add lemon \ I and fluffy. Add ; ., and it seemed good in His sight to 1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Sendat
I juice, vanilla and f.> egg and beat well. once. AU druggists sell Swamp Root.ANIMAL .
land give it to those who had the childlike
THE FAMOUS dates. Pour into a f .1 I Add fruit ,rinds Q... I faith to believe Him.

KU-MAID GIRL s wet bowl and 'juice. Add -" ,The encouraging thing about it is

STANDS FOR A chill. When cold, flour mixture to that the door is open to the sim-

this pudding can creamed mixture. Mix thoroughly. plest believer to trust God, to take I
PURE, SWEET,
D be unmolded. : Shape into rolls and in I IV
wrap up
the revelation of God's truth in His '
WHOLESOME Serve plain or with cream. waxed paper. Chill until firm. Slice I
Word, and give it out with grace and
SPREAD IN THE Pears are in season and are goodto J/4-inch thick and bake on un-

I MINDS OF,MILLIONS A serve with cake or just plain greased baking sheets in a moder- power.III. Extend a Divine Invitation

I FOR HU-MAID IS,THE'TABLEGRADE' '" fresh or stewed.' Here they are com- ate (350-degree) oven 12 to 15 min-
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r ((11:28-30) ,
MARGARINE \ bined into cake: utes. These cookies may also be "Come"-what a blessed word for ANTISEPTIC OIL

WITH-,THECHURNEOFRESH Pear Cake. shaped by using a cookie press, if
the needy and sinful! They are, not
t L1 FIAVOR.T' ; Vz cup shortening fancy shapes .are desired. to be shut out by their sin, nor to be

Vz cup sugar Chocolate Floating Island. hindered by their weakness. The w

" NU-MAID is the only margarine certified (Serves 6) door is open, and the invitation is 6.) Hj

i by its maker to be o "Table-Grade" margarine. Lynn Says IVz squares unsweetened chocolate to come., Why not respond? {( rr a I

Its mild, smooth (flavor makes, it Vz cup sugar To whom are they to come? To 7L)t --
ideal for sea- 3 milk Jesus. There are times when men j
I AnOt Saving Sugar: Syrups may be cups ,,
i t tj v dvO toning and used in cookies while'sugar is 4 eggs can help us, when friends or church ,
j rt r rIt frying, too. I saved for cakes. The texture of teaspoon salt officers or the pastor can give us an <.::1 f{
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is vanilla 'word of counsel and en- c. ..
cookies not affected enough by Vz teaspoon uplifting .
syrup in place of sugar so that it 4 tablespoons.sugar couragement. But for salvation fora J

is perfectly all right to use it. Use Melt chocolate in top of double real lifting of the burden.from the .J

It Iti % cup honey or corn syrup in boiler, add % cup sugar and mix shoulders of those "that labor and

place of each cup of sugar, and well. Add milk slowly stirring con- are heavy laden," there, is no one LIVESTOCK LAUGHSAt

add 2 tablespoons of flour to each stantly. Reserve 2 egg whites for like Jesus.

cup called for in recipe.' meringue. Beat remaining whites We are privileged to invite peopleto Cuts and Bruises

i Fruits may be sweetened %with and 4 yolks slightly with salt. Pour Jesus, knowing: that if they

i jams and jellies or honey. Add hot milk mixture over eggs, then "learn" of Him (v. 29)), they will ... if you're a good,kind oWner ,
sweetening last with 'a pinch of return to double boiler. Cook, stir- not only have their loads lifted and and keep Dr.Porter's Antiseptic

i salt to make the most of it. ring constantly until mixture coats find rest, but will enter into a blessed Oil on hand in the barn alwaysfor

Prepared pudding and gelatin the spoon and foam disappears. Add yoke, fellowship with Him in life emergency use. Ask your

s mixes may be used with unbaked vanilla. Strain into serving dish; and service. veterinarian about it. he'll

I :' r sweet cooky crusts to save sugarin cover; let stand until cold. Chill be- His is a wholesome or a kindly' tell you what an effective won-

g making pies. fore serving. Garnish with meringue yoke. That is the meaning of"easy" derful help it Is in promoting

j t Thicken left-over fruit syrup made of egg whites, sugar and a in verse 30., It is not always natural healing processes for

I from canned fruit with cornstarchand dash of salt. easy to serve Christ, but being yoked minor cuts, burns, saddle or

I't a ai use as sauce for puddings. with Him in a kindly fellowshipof collar sores,bruises, any minor
a i il Make use of dried and fresh Gel the most from your meat! Get service makes the burden light. flesh wounds. Use only as di-

: -'\ fruits for their natural sugar con- your Chambers meat roasting by writing chart to from her in Mho Lynn The world is full of tired and discouraged rected.On byyourdrugglst.
South who know
We
tent. Western Newspaper Union, 210 people. -
Substitute fresh fruits in sea- Desplaines Street, Chicago 6, III Please Christ have the adequate answer to tfieWpyE LABOR ATORIES;|NC

p son and custards for cakes and send a stamped self-addressed envelop their need. Shall we not go in His ,SJ OUIS:' i, ISS.OU.

pastries as often as possible. for your reply.Released name to present the truth to them !"oluf! 'it'G: t l( { r iET!
by Western Newspaper Union.; and invite them to come to Christ? ?
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vised 8 November 1943, will be suspended cent 'of the machinery Installed. | Atlanta was chosen for the water would become necessary to make up
Tiger's Roar and the bridge will be in- [Aerveyors are provided to move the (supply: outside utilities and waste the deficit out of the balance now l

operable during that period.. Vessels I starch and pulp from the dryers to i;( disposal having had great experience tin' the General Revenue Fund or ,i
requiring more vertical clearance ;: the pulverizer. The pulverizing Is in this work in the south. For the find some new source of revenue. f fI
FIRST GHADE than that afforded by the bridge in r the final step and the materials are | construction of the water, tower, ]I ,"1 don't want us dipping 'into f t
The first grade is carrying out closed position will be unable to pass I then carried to the scale house which 1 waste disposal ,tanks, water treat- i j I this paltry little surplus we have 113.! rl!
the theme of valentine. Throughout? contains the storage bins rising I ment, tanks
through the drawspan. and the circular pump- nqw to take care of current oper- ill
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Uhe month of February. both In 2. All vessels using the water- J Isome I eighty feet above the ground.ling ''plant McDonald Engineeringwas ions" said Governor Caldwell. :\ f if'i'

lumber work as well as in other way in the vicinity are advised to j This building Is 66 x 57 feet and chosen because of their prow |I Comptroller Lee said' that he felt < i!

-subjects. They are looking forward I I'u1 I I exercise all necessary caution in 2 i.will be of glazed tile construction ficiency with the slip-form. Murphy :: that "the loss of revenue resulting ; !
Uo their Valentine box of which they approaching the bridge referred to. Jon concrete framing. Here the ma- Construction Company handled. from the ''termination of racing is a 1'::1

have on February.. 14. A. B. JONES, ,, terials are stored, weighed and o all of the foundation and excavating I'I real challenge to our ability as I.{ !Ij
Colonel, Corps of Engineers, |'[:sacked and are then sent by conveyor work and Chalker and Lund of statesmen and business men to try

SECOND GHADE District Engineer. to the warehouse, entering the West Palm Beach are the general to get along and meet our obliga- t
In additional to their school work I'I warehouse and the building I
at the ceiling contractors. Kerby-Saund-1 I I tions with money from the sources :i
they are learning their required Starch Plant- ; conveyors being arranged that if ers Is handling most of the me- already in existence without pass- i
number of verses in the Bible to I kneed I be the sacked materials may chanical installations and a ,numberof ing any new tax revenue measures" l t

win a New Testament.,, -- i i| be delivered directly to the door of sub-contractors have been en and that he, for one, was willing to .J'I:

(Continued from Page 1) I the railway car. This building, also gaged in the work. 'I bend every effort to that end. He '|''i j;

THIRD GRADE ing by a chain bucket elevator. THe j of glazed tile, was the first building I ,I added as a further suggestion that n

There has been 23 pupils who potatoes are then ground and pro of the> group completed, now Robert .the budgets of some, of the agencies i.I:
have received their Testaments. I lacking only the installation of the Logan- that .
are
cessed on the three floors of this I spreading to new fields > :
They are still contributing to the / building and leave the building conveyor. I -- might be cut, leaving them with their :i
March of Dimes. They are making from the second floor on belt conveyors j Water and sewer lines are virtually i (Continued from fage I1)i ) I II I present operations. r l
health booklets to illustrate what
as starch and pulp. This | all placed and a maze of railroad i I Presidential citation for its out-I! P. C. Elliott, Secretary to the ;
have learned during the year. I '
hey three-story building, largest in the sidings have been laid through the standing work In bombing ,the I Budget Commission, recommended :

group. is 274 feet in length and 76 I project. jkans.i I that an adjustment be made on all

FIFTH GRADE feet wide, made'' of reinforced con- | Sewage from the plant will betaken i i During the past four: months, the 1 II budgets where the increase Ja 1;r1
Betty Joy Baylor, Mary Leila crete framing with glass block sid- j I to the sewage disposal plant I group is credited with destroying;I greater than 25 %. :i

vAdkison, Emma Jane Ezelle and ing. It is structurally completeand
'Sally McCarthy are planning to I a greater part of the machineryand (j south of the sugar house., This con- I'an I Air Force precision bombing I I Mr. Elliott, C. F. Greene, General
have a play called, "The Oregon"Trail" electric installations have been sists|I of an elaborate system of con- 'I mark during the month of'Octobei. Auditor for the Comptroller's Of-
history'class.. Tommie
for
made. I 1 crete tanks and a control house of I I -. .-:-- I j fice, and H. J. Chance, Assistant
Walton, Roy Edwards and Tommy
The starch and pulp' leave the the same construction as other :: : Comptroller, meet together for the
Spencer in charge of a play State Cabinet
are I wet building on belt, conveyors enclosed buildings in the project. There are ,] Reviews j i i purnosp of determining tho amounts f
bout Robin Hood Monday, Feb. 5,
; in a bridge between the wet j j j( four digestors with tanks forty, feet Tentative: of all continuing appropriations,
1945. Today the fifth grade had I I' Budgets
i' there building and the, dryer building by I j' in height and 85 ,feet in diameter, i' both active' and inactive, so that a
I perfect attendance 51 and i ____ I
Vere 'only 49 seats. We also'i'eceiv- glass block curtain walls., A series j i i three clarifiers with open top 10 1:I H' '. better general idea of the discrepancy '
of driers in this }building) removes!! feet high and 80 feet 'in diamete'* I The state cabinet, ;:met Monday between the anticipated income
cards. I
ed our report
all moisture from the starch and :'sand j three filter tanks, also open I i ij I for the purpose* oft reviewing the I II I and the tentatively approved budgets

SIXTH GRADE pulp and prepares them for conveyance :j topped, 120 feet in diameter and'](I tentatively approved? budgets for the, might be had.

to the pulverizer building. i[eight. feet high. various state departments and institutions As it
What is this we have' heard about I now stands the total tentative !.
Both the dryer, building 151 feet by When completed this plant will be I I .
Jl. J. M. and M.: K.:? /We also wish budget for the state departments -
'(0 welcome another ,boy, Roy Ed- 44 feet and the pulverizer, 42 feet one of the most modern manufac- I Comptroller Lee reported a check I and institutions is approxi- t.( ,
by 32 feet, are of open construction, j j turing'' plants in the nation and i> of the tentative figures revealed that mately $13,670,172
class. or thirty
'ward Poole, to our per
there being no walls save at the sec- ,specialists 1 in their lines were ob- I I this budget, if adopted, together, cent above annual appropriations for If!

,ADVISORY 'NOTICE TO :MARINERS ond floor level, provided largely for ':i tained to handle the engineering"with I i: continuing appropriations? from the current bi-ennium. Continuing

shade. Mezzanine working floors I'I:' work; The Rust, Engineering Company ]' General Revenue amounting to more o appropriations in the amount of approximately -
are provided at the second story of New York is handling the:'than $7,000,000 annually, would
$7,499,840
1. Pursuant to a "Notice of ap- would bring !
level. Both these buildings are almost :: manufacturing plant and the J. B, exceed antic.ipated'revenue
plication" issued 3 July 1944 by this by approximately the total to $21,170,102 for the year
complete with about 65 pe:- 'McCrary Engineering Company of and that
office, a War Department permit $6,000,000 it .beginning July 1, 1945.
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bias been issued to the Receicers of I

the Seaboard Air Line Railway Co., !
Norfolk, Va., to reconstruct the two I '

'existing rest piers of the drawspan I. f
of the Seaboard Air Line Railway I.I

Company's bridge across Myakka I

River, near El Jobean Fla. The Vii' / ti4 l/'pjb / VV

proposed work will effect no, perm-

anent ,change in the clearances,
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either vertical or horizontal, at the
'Navigation channels through th3 n

drawspan, except that the' horizontal

clearance will be increased slightly.

During the period of construction,

however, which will probably require :
about 60' days, beginning 20 r x y >i' >, % aA aQ : /i.: / r.!r/1'f /lhlq '

February 1945, the existing special w( 4wa. F.ra' R1s ,
'regulations approved. by the Secretary ",
of War 19 June '1933 and reOITTII -

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> FLORID CONSERVANCY
DISTRICT
NOTICE OK 1.ANIOWNEHS'IEUTING
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Xotice is hereby given that in ac- Y
coidancp, with the provisions of ,Chapter -
20177 Laws of Florida, Act' of
1341. a meeting of the owners of land ',tI
within South Florida Conservancy District -
will be held on Tuesday, ilarch
13. 1945 at 10:00: o'clock A. M, at the '\.
office of the said District, in the city ,
'of BelIe Glade, County of Palm Beach
State of Florida, for the purpose of +
"electing one supervisor for South Flor
ida Conservancy District, for a term .
of three years, and until his successor .
,shall be elected or appointed and shall ,.,
have qualified and for the purpose of
transacting: such other business as'
may come before said meetmer.V -. ;
\ :r. JEFFRIES, :
Secretary of South Florida
Conservancy District.
Feb. 9 and 16. .
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L : places, many a former Sea Scout stands watch at from February, 8th to 14th. May you continue in


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