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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 16-NUMBER 24 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, ,FEBRUARY 23, 1945 SUBSCRIPTION$2.5o PER YEAB





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v. Full Text Of Address By Corporation i KEY MENThe 226 Attend Festive Affair



President To USSC following United States Sugar -
Key Employees'

>_ 0 bonuses Corporation at the key President's men received Dinner At Sugar! and Auditorium

I 'Tuesday evening
:
Gives High Praise For I New' Cocktail LoungeAt I "'. H. Adams, C. J. Akin, O. A.I I 0..I .

Work During Past Anderson, H. A. Bestor, W. It.I March Of Dimes Several Talks Made By
Inn Formally Broaderlck, F. E. Conkling, S. L.

YearMost On Crochet, Fred W. Davis, W. A. Campaign Brings In Prominent Guests
Opened Monday Davis, J. DeValcourt, Foy Durrence,

---- I Josiah Ferris, Jr., C. W. [Fuller, II. $960 for Polio FundF. Present

. members of the organization [ The new cocktail lounge at the A. "". Hedke, O. A. Jones, H. C.

suspect that one of the purposes of I Clewiston Inn was formerly openedon Jones, T. 'H. Jones, Carl E. John- Deane Duff, .Hendry County 226 diners, including departmentheads

* this dinner may be the distribution II Monday and the great 'number son, W. H. Lanler, C. J. Leiter, C. chairman for the March of Dimes plantation foreman and other:
' of bonuses to the key men. "l of visitors to the lounge during the J. Lovvorn, C. A.: Martinez.J. key men of the United States Sugar
campaign for funds for the Infan-
I I will relieve their suspense by I past few days have been high in F. Morrison F. "'. Mueller, X. tile Paralysis Foundation, has clos- Corporation, members of the boardof
admitting such purpose, and at the I praise of the new mural and 'decorations -
', V. Muniford, W. C. Owen, I. Lee ed the campaign which, was by far directors, independent cane grow-
;( same time, confirm your fears. I I of the lounge 'I f Parker, Sr., R. Y. Patterson, J. T. the most successful campaign of the ers, farmers of the lake area, busi-
intend to make a long-winded The ninety-six foot mural which (
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I II I Paul, C.1.. Pirkle, M. M. Prewitt, kind ever held in the county with ness men of Clewiston and visiting
speech. I([extends 'completely around the room
,, ';, .W. O. Rigby, F. Rodriguez, Fred C. final figures showing $959.96. col- dignitaries gthered at the SugarlandPark
: A year ago I painted an oral picture is eight feet high and many of the
-:' I Sikes, S. K. S\vayiie, M. A. Thomas, lected. Auditorium'Tuesday evening
future of the Everglades.During' waterfowl almost natural
of the depicted are -
H. E. Trice, H. T. Vauglm, A. O. .or the annual dinner, given by Clarence -
',' the past year you, have sized. It was painted by J. Clinton Direct contributions amounted to
Ward, F. W. Ange, AV. E. Bolton, I P. Bitting, president of the
of these words well-known Palm $742.78 of which $39 was raised at
verted Shepard,
: many C01-1 I "". L. Brantley, Sr., B. A. Bourne, I sugar corporation, for the key men
the U. S. Engineer sub-office,
I and installed last
firmly
accomplishments.: am Beach artist was
, -. F. E. Bryant, ''''. J.- Cato, W. S. of that organization. It was the
'winced that it is but a matter week under his personal supervision. $228.13 was raised by the sugar
Cross,, L. F. Davis, C. E. Gericke, ,largest of the dinners so far held '
'short' time until you convert all my I 1 I Displayed for the first time inVest corporation benefit dance and $437
in standpoint attendance.In .
J. S. Harrington:; TV. P. Jernigan, of
was subscribed by patrons!' of the
;, 5 dreams into realitie Palm Beach last fall it 'is recognizedas
A. W. !Jones, George Klngsley, TV. his talk to the key men, before
took fine organizationto finest the Dixie Crystal Theatre and the bal-
It a mighty one of the paintings of
L. Lott, P. M. Mclntyre, Jr., E. making distribution of stock bonusesto
achieve the results of this past kind in South Florida.A ance in lesser amounts.
McLeod, !;C. L. McLendon,1\. sixty-five of them, Mr. Bitting
year. I know the headaches, the new bar in light finish has I Fifty March of Dimes coin boxes
McCrae, E. C. Mills, C. H. Pope, TV. paid a great tribute to their outstanding -
heartaches, and the sweat that have been placed across the south end of were distributed, over the county tn
C. Prewitt, O. H. Sheppard, R. S. 1 work during the past year
:gone into your achievements. the room and stools are expected to business houses and public places.
in face
I Stokes, L. M. Weetman, W. D. the of wartime difficulties
! I ? \, Parenthetically, for the benefit of II arrive shortly to be placed in front TVjlie and Boyd T. Vorhees. These boxes produced a total of I and told them that while it had not
any city slickers who might bY of the bar. A new floor has been $217.18. Outstanding results wereas been financial their
I good ,
a season
I I In addition to these four otheri
'\,,,r." chance be present, I do not mean' laid and rose-colored draperies hung follows: School houses $35.26; efforts, under normal conditions,
I perspiration. I mean good, .o d- at the windows. New glass-topped,i i (Continued on Page 10) I Kerby-Saunders $31.00: Sugar Office have
would made it the
1 ____._ greatest
: .._ fashioned, honest, American sweatS I serving tables have been added with I J' $11.44; Sugar Barracks $15.94; season ever known. He commentedon

", ,- W E A T the kind of sweat matching chairs and a built-in Sugar House $14.05 ; Clewiston Bar the intangible something which

2f that made America great. bench along the east, :wall is up- STORY THAT'BITTING I $16.85; Seminole Package Store causes each of the key men to fre-

t7'i'", In addition to the hard work, the holstered in red leja: "),;: $13.20; B and B Grocery $11.23; quently do the impossible and citedan

F ingenuity: the resourcefulness, the The lounge will be open from 11 t Dixie Crystal Theatre $12.74; R. example to demonstrate, what he
headaches the heartaches and the o'clock from TO RESIGN LABELLED!: N. Miller LaBelle
'\ : until 2 and four to $12.35 and the meant by these extra efforts.

sweat you have put into the. job, twelve. i i remainder of the boxes produced Mr. Bitting did not touch on the
I,' you have put into the job an in-I' amounts ranging from a low of 20 expansion of the
program corpora-
,:-S -tangible something, a somethingyou 1 ATTEND MASONIC MEETING AS ENTIRELY FALSE I II ,I cents to $5.31. tion in' his talk except to tell'. the

all possess, but a something I' ,- -- The two boxes in the post-offico key m'en'tha their work had already -

,: which I cannot find, words to de- J. B. Cox senior warden, G. E.I : i' disappeared after being checked (, helped to make many of his

:', 'scribe. 'I Etherton, junior' warden, W. L.i A story which appeared in the I'I half-full 'a few,\ days before collec-I dreams of a year ago realities. But

Some, riot thoroughly familiar Bellamy; secretary, -W.; =.C., Owen, J. Miami Daily News ,of Wednesday t i I tion and they are believed to have in each of the bonus ,envelopes was

I i-' '-,.<..,,.*'a. .".. -,' "'with yourx: .icc.ojnjpli hments' andaclifevementmight f K, 'Rogerff.< ielvi; io t0T,eQ'e,; O,; .A... An1 evening! written by Presidents:a staff writerwho"attended' "Dinner !I[been;_stolen-,by-som:"<-villainous-per- I an autographed copy of his newI
call' it"s'pect t derson" "jSMiddleton theT ":
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; and of the son. j, I booklet: "The' Everglac1es, Agro-In-
outstanding ability. I here Tuesday evening, stated j'I
Others I
and Moore Haven Masonic Lodge attended i The greatest amount previously : dustrial Empire of the South," which
might call "'it loyalty. Still others a district Masonic meeting :n j that Clarence R. Bitting, president raised in the March ,of Dimes cam- j'describes the corporation's expansion -
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might call it esprit de corps, The'som"ething Punta Gorda Friday night. The of the United States Sugar' Corporation l .
paign here is said to have been less into the starch, cattle cattlei
I mean is all of these meeting was attended by Warren S. ( would tender his resignationto than .$250.00.Red i feed, ramie and other related 'in
-plus-and then plus some more. Taylor, grand master of the Grand the board of directors on Wednesday dustries. In most of these books
,
L I mean that something which Lodge of Florida and other grand afternoon and that members II
I, Cross drive starts Thursday: (Continued on Page 10))
; (Continued on Page 10) I officers.. .of the board were attempting to'
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I j dissuade Mr. Bitting from such ac-'!
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; tt S Petitions For School"The j!I tion.alarm The story by many was of read Mr.with BittSng's much Local Service Men Loud ,

friends here that night and a representative -


i;::' 4 Bond Election Here I i, called a statement.on him of the Thursday Mr.Clewis Bitting tOil afternoonfor smiled News!L !r9 Red Cross

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" : ,I and said "There's nothing to it, -- --
"'" J and refused to dignifythe story by : Cash Donors To i
'i 'The first step j; the proposed
: it. t
elaborating on f
''i ,bond issue for the construction of Twelve Directors Here 1 It that the writer Church Supper Larry Allen, a prisoner for
" appears ovcr-j
f Poland
, some time at Oflag 61, ,

.:: new in the school amount facilities of $450,000 for Clewiston, was the_ For Annual Meeting ] 'heard between a portion Mr. Bitting of a conversation and a few] Are ListedThe zinc writing in Cosmopolitan,/ Maga

; receipt this week by E. M. Cornette I -- friends while at breakfast in the!
chairman and Clewiston member ofthe I "As for myself, and T know I
I Twelve members of the board of I Sugar Bowl Wednesday morning and following list of
; I., Hendry County school board, of I directors of United States Sugar Corporation misconstrued these remarks. ,He is who helped to make speak' for all the men in the camp,

1 {< petitions for the election. overcame travel difficulties I later said to have killed the story Community Church we sot down on our knees at

;J t is These petitions are to be circulated -| to get to Clewiston for the annual ]. but too late to prevent it appearing great 'success was night and thanked God for the

:: in Clewiston and are to bej I meeting of the board on Tuesday\ in the early editio'l. the one circulated omitted from the list of American lied Cross."

; ';, signed by any qualified voter of I and to attend the President's Dinner in the' 'glades. merchandise last week '
At least twenty-five cent that evening.One the Board of Directors
area. per I The meeting of follows:
, I i' ,of the qualified electors must sign I' of the missing three members I was held Tuesday afternoon ( McDonald Engineering I -
'1 j t before ,the election can be called. was Wm. Bitting of Phila- before the Dinner and many of the Just how a few Clewiston service
I Kerby-Saunders Company
Petitions are now available in directors left here that night anfl I men appreciate the work being done
delphia, secretary of the I!
:1 !:I., the following placp.sV.. C. Owen! tion, who was prevented from corpora-coming I early next morning so there would : and Lund, McCreary Murphy by the American Red Cross during
: Company,
'. : at the Clewiston Realty Corporation : by his wife's illness; another is ,I not have been a quorom present for Company, Gulf Oil I II I the present war on the many fronts
I ..> office; W. N. Martin at Clewiston I such meeting Wednesday after- I is indicated by a few excerpts from
overseas and a third was unable to I a .Crystal, Theatre, Clewiston I II
letters from boys who are prison-
Dry Goods; Mr. Cornette at Hendry obtain travel accommodations.Those noon. I IiKiwanians I
Bowl ;
The Sugar ,
-S.
," County Motors; G. H. Small; C. A. 'I I ers of war and others. The Red
"iI"} ., Martinez at 'sugai' house; G. B. in attendance were: Robert I i Camp, Mr. Brullman, I|I Cross War Fund Drive opens next
W. Atkins New York 'Hear Motors Clewiston Bar,
Thomas at Gulf Service Staation; of Malcolm: | ty Thursday.: Clewiston has" a $3500
L Bussey's Store at Hooker's Point ant W. Bigg of Clewiston., Clarence R. Ezelle, Mack's Drug Store quota and we must not fail to raise
; another will be placed in the lobby I I Bitting of New York, J. Douglas :i Interesting Speakers !! Wilson Lumber Company, this money to help carry on the
'Casey of Chicago Patrick Butler of Laundry, G. B. Thomas, :
'.:; :.' of the Dixie Crystal Theatre this I 10)i work which'means so much to these
', :',.', week-end. i| Minneapolis, Charles Stewart Mottof I Mrs. M. M. Prewitt was opening I Tourist Cabins, Clewiston boys: '
Flint, Mich., Hamish Mitchell of Toggery Shop,
: ,:/, speaker at the regular weekly Lt. Morris Ford from German
'
Bermuda, Thos. Oxnard of Savan- Kiwanis : Sinclair Service Station.
: I meeting of the Club on Prison Camp.
F' Local Growers Now nah, Forrest P. Tralles of St. Louis, Wednesday evening. Mrs Prewitt, !! Dairy (A. H. King),
| Jay W. Moran of Clewiston N. I"". S. .as Co-Chairman of the Red Cross iture Company, Herring "I just want yo'U at home to know

J t' Shipping 'Cabbage I Russell of Burlington, N. Jer., and !(.War Fund Drive urged the businessmen .I speth Ice Co., Standard that it is due to the Red Cross food

' .: tJ' -- '!Joseph D. Murphy of Chicago. of the city to back up.,the drive (Mr. Suggs), Toulis Cafe, parcels delivered every week to every
:,1.1 ', C. E. Miner and W. S. Bowden acer ---- --_, i[! one hundred 'per cent and to cooperate I i Barber Shop (T. C. \ prisoner in camp that no one of us

' .' W'\; now shipping great tonnage of ,cabbage Fire Destroys House with the workers of the I Ipenlaub Machine Shop, has lacked for food. I work can't the say Red too'
I much about the great
:' k. from their acreages of the ; War Fund Drive toward makingClewiston's ? ice Station (L. ) "

r ,. r:; crop at Liberty Point and Benbow. In Harlem SaturdayA j i share in the drive H I Franklin Store. I I Cross is doing: _
Mr.
" ; Miner is cutting a couple of I splendid one. j Other corrections in last
: .; ". S cars a day at this time and has cut I --- I![I I S. K. McMullen, of the Agricultural j I article are that, it was G. B I II i S-Sgt. Vincent Oglesby, U. S. Air
a total of some twenty cars to date. fire resulting from defective Corps, England- _
,4 f a Extension Service of the Water I who donated the pipe and
) I {',:: Mr. Bowden is, also shipping from I I cook stove destroyed one single-unit 1 I and Soil Conservation Division, was gas for the stove and H. I II "The Red Cross is doing ,a swell*

: two to three cars a day but his total cottage in Harlem Saturday night the main speaker. Mr. McMullen, a I who contributed a bushel job over here. They have made t
j; :I I' '1 has not been learned. '" .land I damaged two others before the I 1 former Clewiston Kiwanian, formerly : rots Mrs. O. A., Jones possible for us to get a room and

',: The price now is rather low In blaze was brought under control by I I operated the dairy of the Clev- JH.I -R. Hall were at the three meals for ninety cents, whichis

': ;. view of labor and other costs, about I(I. the local fire department. iston Company.Mr. I r.rxr u-u-.r--- ----r---r -.-.-.-.- -- ..1I something, we don't kick about
; thirty-five or forty dollars a ton but ', The house will probably be rebuilt McMullen spoke on the "Ac- I because that doesn't begin to cover

', \ Mr. Miner expects to cut several at once and the damaged tivities of the Gainesville Kiwanis' the soil and water the expense and it is' hard to find

: -' cars of red cabbage which is very houses repaired. Club." In his talk he stressed the ; tricts, the greatest of the some place to eat and sleep whenwe

'4 : ':' high-priced at this time. work being done by this club in mental agricultural su : are in London on lea..e.Sgt. .

,. : Mr. Bowden has quite Mr. : their The work ,has made
i 1", an acreage > and Mrs N. V. S. Mumford dental clinic inter-c'uh relations -
r.:: : .r of escarole which will soon be ready were 'business visitors in Miami on I the agricultural program,'and ,gress, in improving the Dick Patterson: ; Air, Corps,
I,:", :- 'S :for shipment Tuesday. the education work being done 1 by (Continued on page ) (Continued on Page 10)"y
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Keep your household sponges Cover the top of your bedspring ,:
fresh by soaking them in cold salt with oil cloth. This will be a good 'f! d
TIlE STORY THUS FAR: Zone Corey "You made a mistake," Mr. Lan- He said harshly, "This woman is water. 'protection for your mattress and i.}:
who is In love with Paul Duncan Is railroaded ning explained. "It was Amber you Ah-nah Boland!" -.- will make it easier to turn your < I\
Into taking a Job she does not killed." "Pierre," Lanning said patiently, A few drops of lemon juice gives mattress. i :
want, helping edit the memoirs of his "Amber!" "once again-if this woman were added flavor, and also helps ten- -e- I : i
grandfather Admiral Duncan. While it's of affair Anna Boland would Steve Duncan I' .
aboard ship bound for Hawaii she is "Yes. But none my derize ground beef. To prevent your piano wires :
You to Mr. have been stupid as to exhibit her
so
longer. can answer '
Be- any from of
thrown overboard, but Is rescued. rusting, tack a small bag ;
fore arriving at the isle of Oahu, Pearl Stromberg. You are too impetuous, so openly? Put a few rubber bands around unslaclced lime just inside. This ,: '
Harbor Is bombed. After landing, Paul Pierre. I am afraid that Mr. Strom. "Steve Duncan, Pierre answered, the handle of your bath brush to will absorb the moisture. r re
and Zorie overhear Paul's handsome berg will not be at all pleased with "was banking on us believing that insure it.
firm grip
brother Steve, with whom Zone is infatuated you. Here. Drink some of this. she was dead. She is not dead. 'a upon hi!
plotting with Winthrop Lanning You, need it." She is sitting in that chair." -.- To flatten rug: corners that curl h : 4
to deliver Important radio equipment to Pierre took the brandy bottle. His "Sit down!" Lanning said sharply. Use the_ top of a lipstick con- and slip on the floor, cut out L-
the Axis. Believing Steve In dagger hand was shaking. Some of the "But why is she sitting in that tainer over the ends of your cur- shaped pieces of cardboard, and
Zone tries to rescue him, and runs brandy missed his mouth and ran chair alive?" tain rods when pushing them, glue to the underside of the rug i ;
Win 1
across the body of Amber Lanning. =
throp Lanning accuses her of the crime down off his chin, with the blood and "Mr. Stromberg will attend to through freshly starched curtains. at the corners. !i I

and drives her into the mountains. the red mud. He managed to emptythe her." "
bottle, mostly into his mouth. "This place," Pierre said, "is dan-
CHAPTER XVH Winthrop Lanning took it out of his gerous. What time" is it?" I Colorful Towels for Gay Kitchen 111

mud smeared hands and said: "Two thirty.5ve. 01 ,0'
"Where is Steve?" "How will '\\e get off this island? is required in filling orders for a few of fr:
"All you, have to go on-is what "Dead." How will we get out of Hawaii?" 7235 the most popular pattern numbers. j ,

Paul said-and he was mahclOuslylying and Mr. Lanning gazed at Pierre and "Mr. Stromberg will arrange ev Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. ;""t';
He hit on the simplest "
faithin said, "It must have been a close erything. 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, 111. ._I,.
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surest way of destroying your thing. What happened?" "He will not, like it," Pierre said ( '
Mr. Enclose 16 cents for Pattern
Steve. whole argument,
My ominously, "finding Ah-nah Boland x
"He was'almost too quick for me,
Lanning, is that Paul inadvertently Pierre answered. here." S No I

tricked you into losing your nerve "Where did you leave him?" "See if you can find a bottle of Li Name \\f
chance
and that you've ruined your :
principals "In the mud-off this road a quar- brandy in the kitchen. Address r
forever to secure for your
Zorie hardly heard his voice. She rn
the fa- ter of a mile away. He sat down
a as vital as
weapon heavily in a chair and stared at was still so close to unconsciousnessthat -n-
mous bombsight! Zorie. Her heart had, for a moment nothing had any meaning. The
Mr. Lanning pushed himself away stopped beating. She was sure small room was swimming. The MONDAY For Joyful@ Cough J

from the doorjamb. He walked slow- that, in another instant, she would kerosene lamp seemed to go dark,
ly toward her. "I wonder," he" said, fallout of this chair, unconscious."I then its flame became bright again. Relief, Try ibis :J:

"if you're just being clever. ? let him think everything was She was trying to reconcile her tome Mixture .... f
'Tve used nothing but plain, mid- all right," Pierre said. "I told him mind and her emotions to these two y ? Iv

western, horse sense!" nothing. I let him take me almostto facts-that Steve was dead, and that Saves Big Dollars. No Cooking. if F

"Stop using it!" he snarled. "You the listening post." he had not been a traitor. She saw, This splendid recipe is used by millions ''l
don't honestly believe that Steve' is "Why?" as Mr. Lanning had seen so clearly, every year, because it makes 'f
a traitor to his own countrydoyou "Why not? I've forgotten the lower that Steve's dangerous game had such a dependable, effective medicine !.
?" :. part of the Kokee Road. I wanted been an ingenious hoax, the sole purpose 0 1 Y 'kF to for mix-a coughs child due to could colds.do It it.Is so easy;

"Of course I do!" -----.. ,of whicH was to trap the leading From any druggist, get 2% ounces
He started down the room again.He Nazi in Hawaii. It left her stunned of Pinex,a special compound of proven 'i
and limp. ingredients, in concentrated form
"What have
whirled her.
on 1. :: fI She was that the well-known for its soothing effect on "-
vaguely aware
you to gain by this? Is this what f. throat and bronchial membranes.
you're planning to say to Strom- L! two men were still quarreling, with Then make a syrup by stirring two "
erg-to show me up?" one of them insisting she was Ah- 1 cups of granulated sugar and one cup f.. ;
"Would it life?" nah Boland, the other insisting she Rr of water a few moments, until dis. ,
save my
was not. solved. No cooking needed. Or you can ;::j.
"It would not! Isn't that obvi- She the use corn syrup or liquid honey Instead
was vaguely aware that
of sugar syrup.
IUS? rain had stopped. Water fell in Put the Pines into a pint bottle and
"Yes, Mr. Lanning. Very obvi- short bright daggers from the eaves CROSS-STITCH kittens (8-to-the- I add your syrup. This gives you a full
ous. All I wanted was to make you instead of in long wavering wires. A :crosses) get involved in pint of cough medicine, very effectiveand
see that Steve had not betrayedyou. breeze sprang up and blew damplyin household tasks and end up by quick-acting, and you get about
four times as much for your money.It .
her face. She felt cold and numb.A making your kitchen gay with colorful -
never spoils, and is very pleasant
"You
"But ? he cried. are
why
black thing that she thought atfirst towels. -children love iL
violently pro-American! You are a was a bat came floating in the You'll be amazed by the way it takes ;:
chauvinist! You have absolutely no window on limp black wings. It Start these towels now. Pattern 7235 con- hold of coughs giving quick relief. It
sympathy for our cause! Why have followed tains a transfer pattern of 7 motifs 5',2 loosens the phlegm, soothes the irritated '
and another.
another
was by -
you gone to such trouble to persuademe by 8 Inches: list of materials; stitches. membranes and helps clear the
She realized they were giant air Money refunded if it
that Steve is loyal to Germany?" Due to an unusually large demand and passages. ... '
moths. One of them brushed her current war conditions, slightly more time doesn't I please in every way., ;
"Because Zorie, murmured, "in face. The great black wing was
my heart, I believe it." damp and cold. She opened her
Mr. Lanning bent suddenly over 1 mouth to scream, but> rio sound
the table. His cheeks were puffedout. came.

He blew a sharp breath into 1 The giant black moths fluttered

the lamp. The flame went out. With aimlessly about the room. One'of

all that brandy in his system, Zorie 1 lr them, with slowly flapping wings,
reflected, it should have blown up. flew behind her. She was sure she
The blue beam of. his pocket light felt it settle in her hair. She felt
was flickering around the room. chills all through her body. "

Then she heard the sounds that Then she saw the centipede. It

he had evidently heard. She heard, had evidently crawled out of the t
above the diminuendo of the rain
kitchen. She had never seen a cen-
the sucking sounds of feet being r s tipede like it-brown and 'shiny and
pulled out of the mud. Then she fully eight inches locg.

heard a man's heavy breathing.In It crawled along the other side cf

the darkness, Zorie held her I- C. the room. It was ,so large, so mosa-
breath. If it was Steve, he was strous that she was sure she was 1d
saved! They would both be saved! imagining it. Then Mr. Lanning saw

Mr. Lanning had tiptoed out of it. He cried: "Look at that thing I

the room. She heard his voice at "No," he said softly. "It can't be." Pierre! Don't stamp on it! We must
the door, then another voice, but. find a buffo! We must find .a buffo, You can't avoid exposure I

the words were unintelligible.Then to come here. I wanted company. Pierre, and try an experiment!" to wintry winds, driving rains, sudden
Mr. Lanning said: "Comein When we got to the turn-off, I had "Here is your buffo," said Pierre's weather changes But you can relieve i

here. There's someone here I my automatic ready. I told him soft, low voice. easily and quickly-the muscular aches

want you to see." just what his brother had said. I Zorie opened her eyes again. PI- and pains they cause.Just pat on Sloan's R,
She heard the' sound of mud- did not think he. would move so erre had a huge gray toad in one Liniment and feel if penetrate instantly

1 soaked shoes crossing the living- fast. He was on me before I could hand, a long stick,, in the other. Hrj s with warming, comforting relief.
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room. The bright blue spark of the pull the trigger." put the toad on the floor and pushed l 41QG.,
pocket light returned. Someone "Wait a minute!" Mr. Lanningsaid the centipede toward the toad.It .
struck a match. Mr. Lanning mut- sharply. "He jumped you the was the largest toad Zorie had

tered profanely as he touched the instant you told him that?" ever seen. It squatted, with its hea-1 9
hot lamp chimney. Then the flame "He did. The car went down a up, its little reptilian eyes blinking tTired, Aching Muscles Sprains
licked up and steadied as he put bank and rolled over with us in it." in the soft yellow light.
the chimney in place. "Wait a minute!" Mr. Lanning re Zorie closed her eyes upon a brain Stiff Joints Strains BruisesDO

But she was staring at the door- peated. "This is very interesting, that was slowly reeling with sick I II
way. She hardly recognized the man Pierre. I want you to be very sure ness. When she opened them, tho I
who stood there. One eye was closed of this for a very particular reason. centipede was crawling over the biu--:
and black. One cheek was swollen. The instant you told him what his fo, and the buffo seemed unawareof
Blood was leaking from one cornerof brother said without questioning it. The centipede crawled over

the man's mouth. His scrubbyred you-hE:! jumped you?" the toad's reptilian gray face. Whei:
hair was so mixed with blood "He did!" it was crawling over the buffo'?
and purple-red mud that he lookedas "This young lady," Winthrop Lan- mouth, the mouth opened. The buff'i YOU DRINK WELL, SPRING OR CISTERN WATER? '

if he had been scalped.His ning said, "has just gone to the gulped a fold of the centipede into I IA

shirt collar was gone. His greatest pains to convince me that its mouth. Slowly, the struggling
white dinner jacket was coated with Steve is loyal to us." centipede vanished into the toad.

purple-red mud. The left leg of his "She is a liar!" Pierre stated. Zorie wanted to scream, but she qo.oJ
black trousers was missing from the "She is too clever for all of us. It's hadn't the strength to scream. Mr. Is Your

knee down, and the bare leg exposedwas what I've been telling you. It's whyI Lanning was pounding on the table. _____
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covered with mud. tried to drown her! It's why I "They eat them!" he cried. "They _):_:' "

Only by his sloping powerful shoul- wanted to kill her down below!" really do!" In1W&e4 ,,'
ders did she identify him as Pierre "Miss Corey ." "Mr. Lanning Zorie now saw the long knife openin Drinking )

Savoyard.He began. Pierre's hand. She saw the flickof
was staring at her. He was "Ah-nah Boland!" Pierre angrily the knife as it flew from his handto : ;" IS 5s
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leaning backward as if he would at corrected him. the floor. Its sharp point was Water J0 N Jd
any moment fall over. He licked his "Very well. Go on. 'What hap- imbedded in the floor an inch from
bleeding, swollen lips. pened then?" the buffo. The buffo jumped. Pierre
"No!" he said softly. "It can't "We got out of the car. I lost kicked it across the room and into

be!" my automatic in the mud there. I the kitchen_ and out the back door. SAFE? Ph1Ce1eSS
"What are you talking about, Pierre don't know how long we fought. He returned and stopped before
?" Mr. Lanning inquired care- Sometimes I thought he had me. It Zorie. His bloodandmudsmearedface I

lessly. was raining. The headlights went came close to hers. "Ah-nah

"That girl!" Pierre's voice was a out when we rolled down the bank.It he said in his soft, low voice. "Ah- MESCO Simplex and Duplex domestic water filters are now

squeak. "I"killed that girl with my was black. I killed him. He is nah!" available for immediate delivery. They are designed to meet'
own hands! back there in the mud by the car." She shrank back. And she .knevr ,
conditions in this general clear
water area, giving crystal
Winthrop Lanning shrugged. "And "Are you sure you killed him?" in that moment the feeling of full
water free of undesirable taste, odor, color and soluble iron
before that drowned "
you her. Pierre Savoyard lifted his heavy, hatred. She 'had once thought she
Pierre started toward the chair sloping shoulders and let them fall. had hated Amber. But her dislikeof (red water). Made in Atlanta. Ask us for details and prices.

.in which Zorie sat. "Is there any question about it?" that arrogant girl had been the Easy fo install. No operating costs. Guaranteed.
"Keep away from her!" Mr. Lan- "Miss Corey," Winthrop Lanning most tepid of emotions compared to r

,ning" said sharply. "Don't touch said gently, "I am really very sorry the fury she experienced when this Mechanical Engineering & Supply Co.
her! -for your sake. And you did have man put his swollen filthy face so

Pierre's big, hooked hands fell at me completely convinced!" close to hers. I 137 LUCKIE STREET, ATLANTA, GA.
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Clewiston News surprise I found three girls and two nesday. At this rate, we soon aren't the next meeting so they will have'J Central Committee. for England,, fd:
The men, all working away, paying ,no I gonna have anybody left. Guess enough money:for a party. 1 h Holland)] and Wales. I .
attention to each ,other, one at' the you know how badly we're gonna \Hi
In Clewiston, linotype, two humped 'over' the 'miss you. Especially Margaret. FIFTH GRADE I
Friday LOST
Pnblh iea every Ration book r-
Rloride! by the CLEWISTON NEWS composing stones and ,two workingat Good luck, Junior! ,We are making booklets of the : I I

tnc. the type cases, but ALL were Margie and Milton A.' seemed to life of George Washington We are ;Suzie Becktor, Box 70-A \
singing and the harmony was be having a pretty swell time at the also making posters of "Paul Re- !'
Entered as second cUss mail matter something to write home about. I II dance Friday night. I don't think, vere's Ride." Harlem. 1 tp. : j'o:
February,1,Florida 1927 at under the Post the Office Act of in I As amazed as I was with the I I Richard enjoyed himself very much. Tommy Walton wrote a story I j 'I :

March Cfewiston 3, 1897. I splendid harmony of the voices, I Looks like you're gonna have to about Indians. We are' trying coi i i r'I:
was even more thrilled at the HARMONY work a little harder Richard, and keep our grounds cleaner than the '
of these workers. 'It was like you haven't much time to do it in high school. I I 3
CARR SETTLE PublisherSubscription I ;
one big family and they were contented either. Oh well, they say that a 1 J

Kate-M.50: Per Tear I happy and enjoying their I II i sailor has a girl in every port, so SPORTS !' leWlston
Advertising Hate On Application. I work.-They were 'Madison folks, maybe you'll give Margie a little By Mamie Trice %

they I loved and respected their employer -!!! competition to worry about. The Clewiston Tigers and Tiger- I ,

were interested in the pa I I Buddy Poole has quite a "crush" ettes haven't been doing much the (,
Devoted to the advancement and welfare I per.-I, shuddered. to think what on' M M. We all think you look .
past week or haven't had a game II |
of Clewiston and Hen ry County. might happen to this congenial, cute together Buddy, don't be so'
so I'I I since last Friday which was with Golf H'I
pleasant shop if some of the that numerous I bashful! j i I i Belle Glade. j jj [Colluse

I governmental agencies The Tigerstion, the annual the I j I The Tigerettes played the best '
NATIONAL TOR'ALSSOCIATION' busy themselves "looking weie'after I II Seniors are putting out this year, is j I j I game that they have played duringjthe I I .I I IS I ':
I workers and protecting them" coming along fine. Everybody be season. The players passed ;

to try to' "improve" conditions. in" sure to bring your 75 cents as. down I-short, quick 'passes, forwards I' Ii :

I this shop. payment as soon as possible. ed under the basket and shot when II :
I Those folks might work elsewhere ] ''I !l ;
get
II I Wonder how Mrs Bjornson is go- they got the ,ball, which they haven't I ; :
I[: at higher pay and maybe ing to get along in her Spanish class, ; been doing. Hariette Alston, An j : I1t t( -

j: shorter hours. But they couldn'tget I now that her. best "translator" is, nis Adams and Margie Allen were I!:;

.:_:_:..:..:_:..:_:_:..:..:_:..:_..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..) I a BETTER job. Happiness cannot, con-, gone? the stars of the game. The final FAIRWAYS :;E f-
tentment and peace-of-mind : Louis
Betty Stroud and B. seem /core was 20-16 in favor of Belle '
j be bought with gold, nor can they -tt
to still be carrying the torch f reach Glade.
To ClassifyiBy be written in a contract or brought other. EXCELLENT
Too Late regulation. The Tigers played a very fast and .;
about by rules or
11111 Well, that's all for this week,
Live Oak looked busy and the most interesting, game of the : ,
RUSSELL KAY perous, Publisher Charlie pros-I kids. season except for the Moore Haven, \' ,.-,

i I i stein, of the Suwannee ,- game. Richard Pape was the star I I"lH'W
.. .................... ...... FIRST, GRADE of the game again, with Frank, Har-
.........!.!.:-:-: : : : : : : : : : :-:-: : : :-:-:-: was swamped with work and Wi5h-1
w.Hitchhiking.:,:.:--.--';:-' I Sammy Mitchell has purchased a ben \ \\t:
right behind him. Richard and
:; ing. he had more help, but who isn'tand f ..
my way back to doesn't today? war bond through the school. They Frank made some pretty long shots

Tampa from Tallahassee, I was At High Springs I stopped for a are also having a study of the outstanding from the cqrner of the court which | WEATHER :f

privileged to travel State Road No. visit with the Irvings. 'publishers of birth dates in the monthof i were very interesting. The final :
Monticello, Madison February. Little booklets on the score was 42-28, Clewiston's favor. r
1 through .the Telegram. I learned that since |I GOOD :
Live Oak and Lake City. the war Mr. Irving, who is an ama- alphabet are in the making. The Tigers have won only two r,:

This area has not been affected teur photographer, has made it a games but when they win they: :
by the war to the extent that some point to take photographs of the ..SECOND GRADE really make up for lost time bY' i ,
others have, where''' war industriesand wives, babies and families of local The second and third grades are running the -score way up. Good !
working hard to see if they can't be luck, boys! I
have more
large encampments service men, which he sends with
100% in attendance the ,week.
than doubled their normal popula- his compliments to these service The captains of the two teams I p.
The third grade is beginning to
tion.I folks, wherever they may be ,sta- were Margie Allen, and Junior
contribute
do not mean that these com- tioned. Mrs. Irving edits a depart- The following to the students Red Cross of the Drive.third' tinez. Mar-I, MEET YOUR I

munities do n'ot know there is a ment dealing with news of servicemen '\
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1 grade 'have been present all this
war on, they do. Their sons and I and their families and every week: Gene Bailey, Herman Davis, I FRIENDS t
are fighting it, just as member of the armed services from I screw up nerve enough to smoke a
daughters '. Billy! Moore, Billy Nail, Bobby Rol-
are those of all other sections, and High Springs, both white and black, and, J. V. Tanner and ,Alline Reese. couple of packages of Japanese I THERE r' .
the war bond and war chest drives, receives the home town paper. Sev- cigarettes which were sent from the I

the blood banks and Red Cross work eral hundred Copies are sent by air- FOURTH GRADE South Pacific this week by Lynn I i.

are as active and as well supportedhere mail, the families paying the increased The third grade 'won dollar by'I'jD. Yoder of the Navy, to Charles )
a
postage and such j Lovvorn. The cigarette shortage ,
as elsewhere papers are1 1 )Iwouldn't
having the most parents at the De- j
sent in a special airmail 1 be half so hard to take if
What I'm trying to say, I guess, wrapper.I, cember P.-T. A. meeting. They: '
The Irvings say their t that was all we could find to smoke.
is that, to the visitor who has not would like their parents to come lo 3
this effort comes in the form of I F i I
seen them for a number of years,
they have not changed to any marked -I wonderful letters of thanks and ap- i Many of our boys, going to or1! ,
still retain their preciation from home town boys coming from the South Pacific pass I !1-
degree. They
own personalities. You don't find I scattered ,over the globe., You can I c----:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..I through Hawaii and stop for a time ; -#. ;
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so many strangers on the streets, I bet your bottom dollar those boys at Pearl Harbor and Honolulu. I CcXtai-- :

while everyone is busy and businessis will never forget the Irvings or the Through the efforts of Mrs. M. M'I i I.
High Springs: Telegram. Prewitt several of the Clewiston 1
good, there is a certain reserve With
and composure that is typical of I I 'boys have _contacted her brother I

the towns of.' this section, an atmosphere there 'and' have., enjoyed a
fill I time while iitport: This
of stability, and peace-of-' 'Tigerfs'Ro r ) wondel-I
mind that contrasts the confusionand Our'Boy W. W' Prange, has resided

scramble so apparent in over- lulu for thirteen! years and is always -
crowded centers. GOSSIP happy to see anyone from .

ing is delightful. Flowering plants With so many of our C. H. S.'ets t in the Clewiston. So you boys who think j
you may have a few hours there one'
and shrubs nod 'welcome as 'you approach -/ leaving for the Armed forces it's ,
I of these days clip this address and
Monticello from the west,! rather difficult finding news; but it
put for reference
away : W. W.
'anyway, here goes: fA'Service
where the Monticello purseries have i Prange, Outrigger Club, Honolulu.He .
We had a super dance Friday night I InSUIJld dJ1/di '
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beautified the road way. The old with may be contacted easily throughthe
the Buckingham Field orchestra -
court house that serves as a hub: Pearl Harbor telephone ex- p/m c /ikJuzllIItn nfJ
playing. Everybody surely .seemed -\
for the community greets you as an I : change as he is an officer in that
to enjoy themselves, and the mu- ........ ............... ..
old friend, stately old homes sic was terrific! : : : :-:-: : : : : : : :-: :WVVVVVVV1.**. company.
breathe an atmosphere of what some I I ..when your
Horace and Richard presented the Easily: the outstanding candidatefor
folks please to term the "Old South." Senior Class with a delicious choco- being the happiest person in town Community Church savings work here..helping

While visiting publisher Merchant -I late cake Monday. It was: swell jf this: week is Frances Nail since she
l of the Madison Enterprise- these two boys and we Seniors thank received a letter Saturday fromampb'ell Has Prayer ServiceThe local, responsible families
Recorder, I heard and I :
singing,
,them much. (
I very that he is on his way backto .
mean good singing in the back their homes. Ask I
shop.It
The girls basketball team played : the States and should be home Community Church held its own own
sounded like a well trained choir.' a swell game against Belle Glade very, shortly on leave. World Day of Prayer Service last for information. I
Curious, I stepped to the door lead- complete
Friday night. Even
though we Campbell had written two letters Friday afternoon. The service ,wfts
ing to the composing room, expect- haven't won as yet, we can at least the: same day, the ninth of February conducted by Mrs. David C. Han- ..
ing to find some kind of a rehearsal boast of our clean and' cheerful if ,;
we remember correctly, in the cock, and Mrs. A. D. Richardson and .fo
going on, although it seemed a games. That's the kind of spirit .first Mrs. John
we one telling of his promotion W. Randolph were read- !
Once a chap gets ink on his hands like. from: a Chief Officer ers. Music
I Petty to a Warrant was provided by Mrs.
he can't stay long away from a print Norma Jean seemed a little lone- ] Officer in the' Navy SeaBees.In .' Howard Graves, Mrs. J. R. Robbins,

shop and while my friend, Keathley I ly,this week-end. It couldn't be that [ this letter he said that his pro- Mrs. Paul Thompson and Mrs, J. R. Clewiston Federal i iI EI
Bowden, sold his three newspapers) a 'certain Junior W. wasn't around, ]motion could mean that he'd get to Doty, pianist. -

in South Florida and retired ,a year 1 II' could it? If I were ;you, Norma, I'd I come home before long but not ne- This service, which is observed Savings and LoanAssociation

ago, I found him busy as a beaver try to make those O ala. trips a little I cessarily. Later in the day he had on the first Friday of Lent, is observed I

getting out the Monticello News,I often and far between. receivedMiis leave, to return to the \ by all denominations in
which he took over a short time ago. I Our two sailors, Richard and'I States for further training at fifty-one countries. II
Cleiwston and the Lake areas loss Horace, scheduled to leave in a' Davlsville This
are
R. I., and immediately year, the service was pre-
is Monticello's '
gain. I few days.. As of now, the Senior wrote again to tell Frances aboutit. pared by four British members of

There is something about this section -' boys have dwindled down to two. Even the censor overlooked a the Women's World Day of Prayer I

that gets under your' skin. Toe Anyway boys, we 'all wish you the few details and added a note of his

drive over smooth highways among'I best of luck, and the best of sail- own at the top of the letter telling t
the red clay hills on a dewy morn- ing-we're surely' gonna miss you. how much they'd miss Campbell but '-)

peculiar price for it, a newspaper I Another one of our C. H.. S.'ers, glad that he was getting to come
office on publication day. To my, namely-Junior Martinez, left Wed- home.

I He'll have d. thirtY-day leave, with CLEWISTON INN
additional travel time, in which to

visit at. home before going to Davis- .
ville and the period between now y '
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and the time he comes in will be the

longest part of the war for Frances.
FINEST FOODTry .

S 1-c Neil C. Miner and his wife \1 FOR AN !ATMOSPHEREof

visited for a short time here' last a

Thursday with his father, C. E.

A Complete ,Dinner At Miner. Neil is in the Coast Guard
and he had only a short leave while

his boat was docked in Miami. ENJOYMENT AND COMFORT

Which, incidentally, is his home. ,
THE CANEBRAKE I .

Home on leave until March 1 is J :':' Dine AtCLEWISTON

Ralph M. Bishop and Mrs. Bishop

from Norman, Okla. They arrived
From $1.25 and Up Wednesday and are visiting his par- 'I' INN '

ents and her parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. .

SERVICE FROM 6 TO 9 O'CLOCK SHORT ORDERS M. Bishop and Mr. and Mrs. D. Regular '''Dinners -- $1.50

9 TILL 11:30 G. Alston. 12:30: to 2:00 P. M. -

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TRY OUR SPECIAL SPAGHETTI Seaman Paul Slonaker of the U.
S. Navy left last week for Miami
'DINNER where he is now based, after spend- SUNDAY NIGHT BUFFET .,

ing a thirty-day leave at home with 6:30 to .8:00 P M.

THE MOST POPULAR ITEM: OX OUR MENU his parents' A complete Buffet Supper ............_............__....__....................... $1.50
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Small And Miller return to his base in California aftera I be 'allotted with extreme care, for II:ito proyide veterans with ,as much assistance ,wear ,completely out in as little as

couple of weeks leave here at they must be made .to last until\ production -' as supply conditions permit? two weeks.

Attend Assessor's home with his parents. Paul ex- is resumed. To 'emphasizethe in starting new" businesses which

pects to ship out very shortly after extreme need for every motor rationed food The Red Cross; War Fund! Drive-
products
i Meeting In Jacksonville he gets back to California but says ist to get every extra mile out of,h'isl I use : as raw starts on March 1. When you' are

that wherever he goes in the ?a- ,present car, Mr.. Hisgen added that, I materials, such! as bakeries, restaurants I called on, be 'sure to give all you can

t Dennis Small, county tax assessor, our present reserve of 10,000 new I I : etc. These Veterans Advisors .-i because what we give to The Red

and R. N. Miller, county tax col- returning ''serviceman in making his]1 Mr. Hisgen said, will aid the I Cross helps to save some doughboy's
for '''quotas and will also I tremely critical, as is the demand life.
lector, spent Friday and Saturdayin RATIONING application ] ShQesTalso Dig 'deep.:
Jacksonville where they attended be in close touch with other govern-1? i for more gasoline' 'and oil.

annual sessions of The Florida Association ment agencies concerned in the 'allotting -| form a surprisingly large itemon ..
CALENDAR the G. I. needs, 'since in some
of
of Tax Assessors, held at necessary equipment. '
the 'George Washington Hotel, and --- OPA being the government's largest I Ir theaters 'of action a soldier's 'shoes I, IS ,YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID

the Florida. Association of Tax Col-' PROCESSED FOODS civilian agency, :, also expects to use 1 y.-- {- - ------
; lectors, held at the Seminole. Hotel. Blue Stamps X5, Y5, Z5 and A2 r many veterans 'in 'its' national, reg-!

Mr. Small is president of the state and B2, .last date for use March 31; ,ional and district offices, workinggclosely 'II

9 association and as such presided at C2; D2, E2,. F2, and G2 last date (I with Civil Service Commis-

the meetings. Mr. Miller was appointed for .use, April 28 ; H2, J2, K2, 12 sion in the, recruitment of such em- Mack's Drug Store

to 'serve on the conference's and M2, last 'date for use, Jpne 2. I ployees.
legislative committee. Both groups MEATS AND: FATS Shoe dealers Monday began a.

adopted comprehensive programs of Red Stamps Q5, R5, S5, last 'date two-week clearance of' men's and I

legislative proposals for submissionto for use March 31; T5, U5, 'V5, 'V;;, women's shoes in odd lots and broken.;: .
the Florida legislature which 'will and X5 last date for use April 28 ; sizes, Under a two-week ration holiday '', Excellent Prescription 'Service'

convene .in April. The assessors Y5, Z5, and A2,.'B2, C2, :D2. last> date I declared .by OPA. :All shoes 'were,;

adopted the following legislative for use .June 2., not included, but only those hard- t., : r

proposals. : ...SUGAR 'I to-sell items which had 7 A. M. 11 'P. ,M. .
'1. Seeking clarification of the ; ed on the dealers' shelves'accumulat-I
Stamp 34, Feb. 28; Stanip 35,
wha.t' several 'months.
'past
intangible tax law regarding IiI
properties are subject to 'the tax. June 2. I i shoes are not included ''in the OPA I PHONE 20 '

The assessors .want them specifically FUEL OIL Odd-Lot Release, Mr. Hisgen added, !I
named. 'East, Period 4 coupons became I; since they sell so rapidly there is no I.

:rf. 2. Asking for current, tax laws.' good 'February 5, 1945GASOLINE. need for a ration-free,'. period to .
to be changed in regard to --penal I i mOve them. ,

I ties. The assessors desire the penalties A-14 coupons valid through March I Shoes freed from the ration stamp .K. ..H...x..x..X"K..:..:;.KKKV. :................................_._.....'.............. ............ ......_.._.... ............ ._y....,.,
to be uniform in all classes. 21, Rationing rules now require! requirement during this period are ;: z
3. Asking for the abolition of that each car owner write his license marked at 'specified'reductions set I ::: I X

all special ''school 'districts in the 'number and, state, on each I I by OPA, Mr. Hisgen 'said. I ".:.. '' '''. '...' '. ;
of God-
.counties. The assessors want a coupon in his possession, as soon &sit I The need for mqre',tires-especial-I i y.: Assembly t
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uniform tax rate throughout each is issued to him by. his local ration- ly heavy-duty truck tires-is ex- .:: i
.:.
4. Seeking a law requiring. that car sales' in pre-war America. !t + -
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)before a deed or, contract can be America's stockpile of new ca's ':; Sunday School ..........:...._...._...__ 10:00 A.. SL: %
recorded, it must bear the address is dangerously low, Acting OPA Dis- I Returning veterans will find in- ':' \ 'h

M'' ,of the ,grantee. This will enable trict Director Thomas L, Hisgen at creased assistance at OPA offices ::: Morning Worship. .........T.l., .':.".__.m_:.. 11:00. A. :M. <
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j tax collectors to send bills, to the Jacksonville said today, adding that'. throughout the country 'under new .. ... 2
Evangelistic Service ....._ ...: ._... 8:00. P. M. X
; ;.grantees. quotas for' March are now being I plans being worked out ,by that '' ; z

5. Seeking the elimination of the worked out. agency. OPA's Washington office :i: Weekly Services.- Tuesday _..........__'._ 8:00 P. M.
The total number of new 1942 is employing Veterans Advisor to i .
list of delinquent
'itemized advertised I ? a z'
:::' Young People's Service Friday ....;.. 8:00 P. BL ,
.. "taxes. cars 'on hand is but 10,000, compared I I work with former servicemen, and : 2
6. Asking that no intangible refund with the 67,000 new .cars authorized there will be similar Veterans Advisors :;: 25 "
I : .. Sermon subject Sunday, Feb. ."What Next?
be made by the state comp- for consumer delivery in in all Regional and District '_' H. 1

ironer without first having the approval 1944, and 209,000 delivered in I I Offices of OPA. Food rationing ,:_,: BAGWELL .,

- of the county assessor who 1943. This 10,000-car reserve must (i i regulations are also being revised' :.:..:..:.:.:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:.;:..:..:;.:..:-:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-;..:..:..:..:.. :-"

'made the assessment.The .

I '. following are: tecon:

_. lions the assessors will make menda-I ;;>i1i. : ; 4fr1tij1. yvavn?:h {_$ 1t.< t %ft Y'fft :., ;- If?? 'M" > l .,, W Y /i .. piitf /' lrg 1)>.

legislature: r.jJtj 44'fi$ it.i11f :b, t 1 f* it i7t, t l.yJ Wf Wi 1,. :{?: W; PJ i y,1fW1JYXi ,W j 5iN. .:giJi.,
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1. That 'in view of the supreme 6 !:*,, r! >wr. ;i-- ; f Nil;) dif'J4/; ?%'i71.wffi;= ;?. : } 7 ; $ ] < court decision January 26, 19.45, '1W{ .p:;{" ." k'!. $ A..Yd .fl: J.v < %[ ;l4ff..fv8i.; &x ;: 1 i rg '1i ; 'g ;, tt&

F -in the case of Root vs. Wood, In L /r j : .t ,: 1 < 'f{ ;>> : j B i.%#"A i ; Li.(ijj.: 1&J{%kf; }t. '*"


that which all the assessments supreme must court be stated made t\r.{\<"/fJ' :;; ; .;-I't- :}%fI. :( J.&pi1D.rlll.r: ;i 1i0' ..r-?f-Bif${:;:: ,'..-', ;,x1-i:: ;:0:. 'f'; "W/:t'f<;<:, }J .It.. < {( f1IFR i .t I k5.t}

i state by the official tax assessor has the, and authority that no to 'p\, ,)". /? ,, ,:., <. f $: : : 1 ;, /Jk* { ,} % t )J. .1-:1 ; i.i.'M" r r v!iP

1 make the assessment, in association -

that all income tax .. .,. .,, ,,.. ,..' x... '''' .., ,
requests '
". Y x ? : .
.," information now available to the .;. %:"'''"i1.ft: '%ttgilf''g.f :w II; 1Wf- !$1)':..<; :,$.>;'<.<%W',:,,'J:$/t'}-JkJtJ.Pf@xfjt;: : :;:;b..0.: 1f1.EjffiU..fl7h: ; M'h><9.-; .:JtffrA1iiWit.Wf1.P.w. ': ., '-; {1.U:''i3 ".o/fv>;.n. .aM't!;;o:f'''o'n'.J J e r.p:'M.ii&fJK'J0tMm',dW Mi': :t.$t. :' tW ,x:: %;

': ti 'state comptroller be' turned over :<::7.Mj0'4. '" ."'d/ .,...n"n.f* .ti1tdi. '-'':'$''''%>;<'' ./;>>>' '''..'/,%'' "'-<<_" nXw'Y'10 M&f-1W; .;J'dffr" tti.iff: : J'-Y'K x"> N. QS ..., tf. to the ting ax 'assesses instead of be- g

, withheld. by;> the
,'i, 'trolle and turned over- to," private, :;; i5 1: 1 :
investigators.t :
it4r. ;f1% :> .-.. 0 f sma .:}j 1t::.tr1tWj>4t*:i11ft'ffi= M \
t 2. That in event a bill is offeredto ft It rid "The home tunity Inc = .
: i 1/ ... '-... the oppor .. ;; ,4 V.fti> :&,;&ff: }w: k{ A1q
-4' L d
'
h lack
to set :
I the legislature a re- :
up { ; r? 1N THE. in chaactivity is lnga jjfftfir'4rIJ; : y f%l9il M1f
tirement compensation plan for ;,t' OPPORTUNITIES ......, thte 1'nto U' .t Wlat1 yvo} ; :'>':" ': }t%: ,, ,, ?,/l: ,
.state officials and their employes, v.t: SOUTH- t gthe men- interested 1n : t ra'N'5P.l: ; : ?<.1JiVU>. ,.u, .''' /. ':.N.N.}.... '
'that the tax assessors be included. .r' Pres1den for and AmerIcan .
i \ A. grodesser; us'n country of homes in peace m a .. \ "U-- 41t
; 3. That the association emphatically : Mr R. sends can live N
objects to any attempt of Southern DaIrJes'the South and dition where men with heir families and oped w ,

"by the legislature. extend the i \ ar l ; and' harm on Y ., t.r op.e't -; .
t excellent @ ; ; ..,i t"{ f cryt v. l r ottt
f. :15-year tax exemption on certain ?h its opportuni tips"r., :r-: (t: ., friends. > *' ion and ,di- o.r-a ILS ON (NC). <1 J.
'
-; industries in Florida. The collectors \ .. -7 ustrializa Tll YJ .i!:; I
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approved legislation for: !,>" ,.4Jl; t.... as done "Due to It; ulture the payrolls .of ccr TIMES Aif..ffr, :, .f,

1. Assurance of complete and part of t.e Khan the South versIfied agric T.hese ina. 1.1 .J-,4iff. :" .T ;
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of estat'efor r '
correct assessment real l Job = "' .
"i"51EatriS iKSSH5ir ; tfjyr .3\t
tlf
taxation in the various countiesby I'!;-, ;fs5a s :Y1!'!.. :;!i )t 1i:. {J'
requiring county assessors to beneft to for :. :: :' : 1 :!7;:.' ,l
: for :
...' examine every deed or instrument ., Ing plans may ; ".*&. .
'
scrutiny cot1.r 1,
: showS they are fJ .. ..... .' .' '
1
which 'conveys or purports to convey x "Careful a mIld diti' : .:;-. "f'"i.,: ,
f :' antes :; f
i
: a title in fee, to any real estate { ;', Natural r \ : )..c:' r x : things: intelligent 'the: business and >; *" :;) 1
and to ascertain if the -
propertylias : work > j
. and app "The farmer. help !
i climate to fde I
been correctly assessed before : : care'.of con ady
are and" ,
to taKe banker f3
such deed is record ed. and able lemthat ,might the who .the vision. A ,
of Pro b any one % :; ,ii, ,, :J
Equalization'of penalties kind with z "
2. the
c t:, ,,ir any .. k" ve' ... -. .'
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I ; : <4 to wor ::;
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failure : .....
provided by law for to file J..q y" front it. \ theenergyjsffiWSSS r t ; ----=- .
returns of and'intangible \
l tangible ', "
r;' personal property taxes.- t.I. f.; 4 |f you e interested 1

f 3. Equalization of the penalties :!?. ; t'aau", sc 3. ins industrial! ,

: provided by law on delinquent r '$ op r y sites or distribution i j
t ;l:;; i, ? plant' :
..>j tangible 'and intangible personal. .' ;;: f::. some- io,uvy 4..o4ips") steel and ouiei 1 pNt c 'g r -=-- facile t :

property taxes. ,. '." fv turnIng o and actori 3 CQ ,; ; < .Pr k the Southeast, 1 ;
'\ 4. Clarification of the law regarding -.' !\ -? y- f or homes 1 In .
redacts peace >sy
: In a? glad
=
: :';t. .to live IHB- r c shall be
y the time when taxes become r-- need : we '
.. we ,
ti i. =; thIngs
the Va .
..L: a lien on tangible and intang- :. : ,' '' w. to recommend j
F1" harmony lORIOa \; '
;'J" able personal prpperty. :' ;:;,. '; and industry .once p ur- ( aa' : 4- $0itable l ca\onS.; ,

; 5. Amending the present law t. :.f "The dai Y its supplie S -r Our research stoff.; \
a' providing for the consolidation of chased about 75"The today, A available '
r :;;t: : South, 1 is also
Z1.. all school districts so that each : .: '" from the Nor right i at ,c ,. y e ,4 com rehen-. i

''-C. county. should be one school district :L.;+.}. :\ : can. produce its own needs' and -' Q for. studies with ,. !r

6. Requiring tax assessors- _to !t.-.-...:>':!,:.".. home. It has the l'P.to indus ".:r
t.v, .. ,. Sibllitle/
: f turn over the annual tax rolls at a i! the people. : ,. os :,.,
gys
'.1 '. date earlier than the existing one, J:...{. "Huge war indusjSltural. areas, In our territory.
Oct. 31, to permit the tax collectors ,n'i3: ,.:i located in form c; *; thousands of Gft. Inquiries will receive
ample time in which to mail bills !\t" trail a.ntP and 1
have prompt.
they f.v once
and
: : hat We !
to before the
taxpayers beginning
"j :-rt'; ; ". Today, we of skilled y, confidential' atten .
r of the annual collection of taxes, men. Fields,
::1 L Nov. 14.Farm. i F!;;}r:.f:' lacked J-S ge lp. .<. / tion. J. M. I
r tet&SS: Vicepresident IJ'
P-'4 1n w #' Assistant
yM<:-f..," workers.. :: :t ;!.;. ;; >; ;-.A, Vimlngton l- 1
Census To Be -. !J' Jo J-V...:.'-.',."'*'.' '' 'e WI KT wittUanhihly| d eve 1"- ;; \tn.y\. C -' \
i I \ -: of \ ... 1N- '
( ; ; : :
many ;
'" :<\) I' sense cqhe y
.' Taken .In County ; l'i. .'.' oiled mechalll a skilloand fi ned in ,"
'1\ .f: ft& .. which \ '
\ ; r'r' ... operation \
,,4- Ralph Wadlow of Palmdale has r r ';.-",''; military .services 'k

.'j ::r been Agriculture appointed as by census the Departmentof enumerutor I 'i :. '* u' ,:<..,z-:{;; :' ..: '',' ".<. ..,. ",>:. < <:..
1 4'' I ;;: oh. "> : ::'':?;r'-: :'' : ;::; ';"
: i: for Glades and Hendry counties ff.lK. .;. +:W'A'..: A'TC''AN': : .. ': V, :
,
:: to take the farm census which Is < : /' ,.- '
..::1' ;:">' required every five years.: \ V'

.. '.. .::. Mr. Wadlow has not announced : ; "lS URd ;
.J.' : when he will begin the census : : 'C: <
i
; ; enumeration but it is probable that I
.
:." ; he will:, begin in some part of Hen -'" .ri'l.'! R. liJ).. .
:
,
1.- f' 1 dry County very shortly. ..
: t, weeks ago and then sent home 'tc .
', ; await his call, got it this week: an '

'.. .'.'. is leaving tomorrow ,to report tJ '
Jacksonville SERVING I AMEr C'L'I 'SNEW FRONTIER ..

t I Paul Whidden left yesterday tc) --- --- ..._ -_ .
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Soldiers In Germany ored Outfit, which has been rolling i Ii!recently.I I and no other master but Christ. The Come with us this next Sunday. j
hard since the breakthrough at St.
Those attending the meeting were I only terms of membership are the I The ordinance of Baptism will be '
Enjoy Shower Baths Lo, has been helping in the mighty ]I I I Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Bozeman; Mr.I conditions of salvation-a profession administered at the evening serv 1 '
drive of the First Army through and J., K. Rogets, Mr. and Mrs. of faith of Christ and obedience / ice. You are invited to witness this I! .

By Don Wliilehead France, Belgium and Holland. I M. C. Keene, Mrand Mrs. E. M. to Him. To every believer in'i; most impressive scene. Time ,7:30 I
The Second Armored Division Is Dull and Mesdames G. E. Townsend, Christ we extend the invitation to p.m. fl '
Associated Press War Correspondent r \ \ .
ARMORED DIVISION the most experienced Armored Di- A. G. Twiddy, V. C. Woodward, J. join in the worship and fellowship The circles of the W. M. S. will 1 \
SECOND AP vision in the United States Army ;I M. Fountain, G. E. Etherton, of our church.Sunday'School. I meet Tuesday afternoon at 3:30.
1HEADQUARTERS, Oct. 4 -( ) J1
'-WJJ.en this battlc1>trained divis- with three campaigns behind it -I 1M. S. Wright, Chas. M. Pirkle, J. 7.. 9:45 a. m., Dr. Placees to be announced. Jkq q l
Uoa rolled into a Dutch town, the North Africa, Sicily and France. It I I Morrison, and Elta Leiter. E. Gericke, superintendent. 0"1 The auxiliaries of the W. M.. S. ,: III
atJ&eadqwarters was the' Second Armored Division, for all ages.Morning will meet as follows: The Sun ;t:
called
1 coal mine I
foreman of a
his which swept across Sicily with the Worship, 11:00 a. m. beams at the church Wednesday, 1 .
to express apprecla- Third Infantry Division to capture Judge I I Harrison nursery for small children is A'I 3:30'p. m. The G. A.'s at the church \{

tjfon-tor: liberation. Palermo. j'Hears One Case ducted by the Mother's Club at Wednesday at 3:45 p. m. The R. A.'s !I
4vThe didn't leave
us
Germans
jI I: Community Center. at the church Thursday at 7:30 1 t
--touch' give but we wondered I
you At Circuit Court The Rev. Robert Scott Inglis, of p. m.
Eastern Star TakesIn I \
!
-it: your soldiers would like to use Evanston
j Ill., will be guest speak- Our
prayer services are increasing I
the mine? he ask- j
at ,
the showers
'
er. The of is'' I
theme his
sermon in! .
....d. -New MembersSeventeen ; ,(Hendry County News) "If." number and interest and in- :
spiration. Are there to contri-
""They sure would," replied j the I Judge W. Harrison Monday deferred Westminster Fellowship meetingat r r1 bute your part? you The adult union of ;,

<::Commanding General, and. Since then members of the Order I passing sentence on R. W./1 6:00 p. m. The discussion ofl I the training union is sponsoring :;!
-"* bs: sands of boys have had hot of Eastern Star attended a meetingof Williams, who pleaded guilty to a boy and girl relationships will be these services now and they will be : H
atbs. the order at the chapter hall fn charge of grand larceny until the continued. delighted to, see' you in attendance. :
Sergeant Waldo B. Tinley, 1208 Moore Haven Tuesday evening. Mrs. I defendant's counsel, a Tampa attorney -I I I Meet with us next Wednesday at i
Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia, I 3. M. Dull of Clewlston and Mrs. who was not present, should FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 18 I p. m.Choir. :
wiped the soap from his eyes and I H. J. Middleton of Moore Haven I have time to confe-r with the Judge. :H. C. Mendor, 'Pastor I practice 8 p. m. Thursday ;'}
.:said, "It's been a hell of a long time I were initiated in a very Impressive Williams was charged with the Sunday School-9:45 a. m. I evening. : :J
--since I've seen anything like this;j ceremony. After the meeting Mrs. J. i j theft of automobile parts and equipment 'Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. "When the heart is in the right d
.4My last real bath was in England1b3fore I F. Morrison and Mrs. A. G. Twiddy I last Nov. 17, belonging to Mrs.J. Training Union-6:15 p. m. I place. It will place everything in the )
the invasion. We've been served cherry pie and coffee to I S. Evans of Clew'iston.The Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. place it should be. Have we the ;;
Amoving too far too fast to even I twenty-five members. O. C. Boze-I one civil case on the docket, Prayer Service Wed 8:00 p. m. right kind of heart?" I
wash our faces most of the -time." man and G. E. Townsend have also i j suit for damages, F. D. Duff vs. With a welcome from the very'I! ;t.

'-That's literally true, as this Arm I become members of the chapter very 'Hooker-Jones company, Clewiston, depths of our hearts we bid all in ST. U'
dU f was declared settled out of court. our community to worship our God MARGARET'S CHURCH f: .A

( Judge Harrison ordered court to' this next Sunday. We will be delighted -I Mass: Clewiston, 11:00 a. m. ; .
recess until such time as sentence to see you? in our services. Pahokee, 9:00: "
a. m.
-- --- ------ would You 1
be .passed on Williams. There will find a great group of Confession
people
Saturday evening, at
were no other cases to be tried at with a friendly atmosphere 7:30-9:30. :.f

Farm Machines this term. I make you feel perfectly at home. Fr. T. J. Geary, Pastor l ft.'


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; Hisgen reports the receipt of this
high school newspaper clipping, sent "
lighting Machines! in by one of the local Board mem-
bers: c If You Wish c
I'm not so keen on the OPA; ;
I think they're fuddy duddies.
They ration almost everything, GUARANTEEDAutomotive
But just won't ration STUDIES! i

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I Repair Service

4t Na Mtit ls 1 c Y.a
With The ChurchesST. Machine Work : ;-,} ,


MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL Painting: and Body Repair ServiceGenuine "-

CHURCH "' ,
Ford Repair Parts i'

Services every :Sunday: at 8:30

a. m., at Clewiston Community SEB --

? S .FREE MAINTENANCE MANUAL ', ; ; < Church. .
f'.IA'00..T THE REV. S. D. MASON,

S ,KEEP, THEM : FIGHTING. F2T/S .'S;S,::,{;,-I I, Priest in Charge. HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS

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Ford Sales _
; METHODIST WORSHIP SERVICES and Service .
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:. Every tractor and farm-truck is doing as vital a War 'AT PUBLIC LIKIIA Killer. PHOXB 93 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA

job as the tank spitting lead at the enemy! They must ,
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I..cuisHntcl'. Pastor
be kept fit and fighting if our boys at the 'front. are

. ; to .be adequately and clothed. ,- The Clewiston ,Methodist peopleare ISM:..:.:..:N'N:.:N::N: ..N N N.. .
i N: :N:N: :NON N:M:N N:N .. .. .
:N:
N:N
',, -. :-N:N: : :,N: :N. ,1:N N:N N NON N N N N:N N:N N:N:N:.
making definite '
..:. plans for the -
n. >
'k '-r :"- ..,"" Methodist church to be organizedand
I Your friendly Standard Oil Man can help you keep -
J every
Methodist should
: your farm machinery in there pitching-with fewer J. E. >
t realize that they,are needed for this; BeardsleyREAL
:. replacements and less time out for repair. How? By glorious work. We invite all peopleto

;' supplying you with dependable fuels and lubricants attend and come praying that God
will give us a blessing,
,:
i: and offering you experienced, helpful advice on pre- We will have a discussion pf the ESTATE BROKER

; < ventive maintenance.Ask work during the service Sunday, and
it is important for all who are in '
terested in the work of a Methodist PROPERTY MANAGEMENT .

your Standard Oil Man for a Free copy church to, attend. r

.10f' of his 64-page Wartime Maintenance Manual Church School-3:00: p. m. CITY LOTS FARM
.
LANDSINSURANCE
for Farm Machinery It will help you keep Worship Service-. 3:45 p. m.CLEWISTON ,

your machineryin'the' :fields and out of the --
repair-shop. COMMUNITY ,
CHURCH -
David C. Hancock, Minister

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SUNDAY, FEB. 25. 19.45 Phone 66
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FEBRUARY 23 1045


i I! an ash try was won by Mrs. Foy I In honor of George Washingtonthe FOR SALE: One house-
I Durrence; and cut prize, dusting hostess served cherry pie and

(- ( powder, was won by Mrs. V. C. J, coffee to the prize winners and j trailer with 8 ft. by \ IQj

I Woodwai I Mesdames R. C. Wilson, J. E. Beards-i i

I Others playing were Mrs. A. W. ley, :\'. V. S. Mumford, F.. Deane ft. porch. Furnished
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I PERSONAL SOCIETY -I Lawrence, Mrs. H. C. Thompson, Duif and Horace A. Bestor. ,
... 300. See of
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1 Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs R. C. ------ --- --'- I manager

J' : Ward.Nowling and a guest, Mrs. E. O. BROWNIE.-. SEWS- i|I I"trailer park. 1 ltps


... The Brownies held their meeting ,, .
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:MRS BOURNE ENTERTAINS at the Girl Scout room Tuesday aft-
BUFFET SUPPER I FOR RENT Bed-room
WITH(
: left last week for ernoon. :
C. L. Downs was 'a business visi- Paul Slonaker ,
in Miami the week-end. Miami after a thhty-day leave ut I We called the roll and took the :,,
tor over with
twin beds
II Bourne entertained
Mis. B. A gentlemen
home with his parents, Mr. and Mis. dues. Then we had a. "who 'am 1" : ;

Miss'Alice Savage spent the weekend is. P. Slonaker. Paul is in the Navy with whist a !buffet Tuesday supper evening.and bridge Mrs. quiz about famous people born in preferred. 21.4 1
at Miami on February. Wewere told about!
Miami. and is now stationed
friends in '
with
,' I i I Bourne's guests "vere Mis.: P. M. MeIntyrc various parts of clothing that makeup Sugarland Park 1 1.Johnson's ,
D. Mis. B.
Schools W. WylIe
I State Superintendent of Mrs the Brownie uniform and the
C. F. .Perry of Fort Myers was a i arrived at Ilimdeitmaik, Mrs C. J. Nielsen -
Tuesday
Colin English I \Vof, cost of these items. We closed with
business i visitor: here, Thursday. I! noon to attend the President's Din- ; Mrs. C.V.. Fuller, Mis. Ed the Brownie promise and the pledgeto "

ner and remained here until Thursday Seegar, Mrs. G. N. Pitzen,. Mis. the flag.Several --
Mr. and Mrs. Neil J. Dwyer were ; Mrs. H. ,
on business. Frank McCarthy, J. Oglesby I
visitors in Fort.Myers Sunday. |I _- Miss Julia Oglesby, Mrs. Larry'' outdoor games were play-i I ? Fish Camp I[
ed after the meeting. I
Mrs. Edmund Clark: left Mondayfor Cash and 1lrs.V.. D. Bolton. I (Near Hurricane Onto) t
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens was a business I her home in Lakewood, N. Jer., High prize in the playing was'; Those: present were Mary Him- I Clewiston, Fin.

visitor in Tampa the first of after spending a couple of weeKS won by Mis, Pitzen, second by Mrs. rod, Clarie Jones,. Linda Lee, Erna }It l P.nH; : and :\fotors-Gui Service i

I the week. here visiting her mother, Mrs. J. W. Wylie, low by Mrs. Hundertmark, Nelson George Ann Suggs, Gayle Rates Reasonable I
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Moore. and cut prize by Mrs McCarthy. Howell, Evelyn Haven and Janet \\ H. Johnson, J\hr.
Miss Laura Mathis left Wednesday and Patsy Casper. .

I for a few days: visit with 1'ela- H. T. Frierson underwent an BUZ/IE POWERS CELEBRATES Jeane Bartz, Scribe. I II I .

I tines in Stuart. operation at Tampa Municipal Hospital TENTH BIRTHDAY I

I,,... I the first of last week. He has I :..:..:..:..:1.:..:..:NNNN.. ..:..:..:N1iNNNNNNNI.N:.
.I. Miss :Marguerite Mizelle and Booth i .
I I'I already' returned home and is recovering "Buzzie" Powers, son of Mr. and I WANTED Baby stroller. I;:1: FOR :
' Williams were the week-end guests !i : '
satisfactorily. Mrs. Eugene Powers, celebrated his I Iy
'I ,: of Miss Laura' :Mizelle: in Miami. I i i-:: TAXICABS ::2a ;:
I tenth birthday Tuesday afternoon. Phone I 06-W. I It ; :
." i -- Mr and Mis. Ralph Bishop ar- Twenty of his little class-mates I:>*' DAY AND: KITE SERVICE .;.
i, \irs. Jean Bryant spent Wednesday -
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.oj rived Wednesday from Norman, gathered to help celebrate the oc
r'. in Pahokee visiting Mrs. Faye ::?: PHONE 18 :;:
i Okla., 'to spend his leave, until about! casion. Several contests were held .
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"'.. Strickland.. March 1, with his parents, 111'and and suitable prizes were awarded. FOR SALE : Six-room 1.:."" :":":":":,,:,.:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,.:,:,,:,,:..:,,:..:..:..:.
-- Mrs. R. M. Bishop and her patents, Refreshments of birthday cake? i
t '., Elbert Hooker spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. D, G. Alston.H. ice cream and candy favors were house, completely furn- ii i
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! end in Delray Beach with Lawrence I served. I .

I Guthrie. ___.__"__ ___ I ished. Electric ice box : G. M. FORDCivil
B. Crandall, presIdent and ; ,

It.:,L" :\Irs. C. A.' r Martinez and son, C. general manager, L. H. Finney. as' MRS. CHARLES B. OWENS I.bottled radio.L. EngIneer ,avid Surr 'orSpcci:1.lizing
AT stove
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sistant general manager and Ken HONORS MOTHER BRIDGE gas ,
A. Jr., left Wednesday: on a visit of In Everglades
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superintendent of -- I .
several weeks in Havana, Cuba. Williams plant E. Far ,Box 1 103
; 'I the Inter-C unty Telephone and Mrs. Charles B. Owens entertained ,am, Surveys
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Telegraph Co., of Fort Myers were 'at bridge Thursday evening honoring -, : ..' Cwist01', .Fla.
; Mrs. Robert Smith and Mrs., S. M. Moore Haven. "
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business visitors here Thursday her mother,, Mrs. Cyrus Lund,
'1 .,. Burgener of Lake Worth are visit- They were accompanied by A. B. of ,Erie, Pa., who is her guest for a I /
:::: ing Mrs. Burgener's parents, Mr. .__ r__ ..._._'
Pogue, sales representative of the few weeks. '
.' ': and Mrs., Chas. M. Pirkle. ....
Kellogg Machinery Com Imny.. First prize, a sterling silver brace- ,- --
,'.:: :.. --- let, went to Mrs. R. M, Hare, Jr. -

LIIIf\: ': Richard Pape, Horace Brown, MRS DOUGLAS IJYRD' IS Low prize, flowers, went to Mrs. :E. FOBTHRIFTY

9 Sherwood Hall and Bruce Beardsley HONORED WITH SHOWER I C. Mills and cut prize: sterling silver r !
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were West Palm Beach visitors n"I'
ear bobs went to Mrs. C. E.
: Saturday.F. I Miner Shoppers
Mrs. Douglas Byrd w s'ho"nored
with a bridal shower Tuesday nightat Refreshments of homemade cake,
F. E. Bryant of Palm Beach, was:: ice ,cream and coffee were served to LtCT10Ni..61
the' home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. ,y101< i MT11rLU;fINS
the house guest of his daughter Pharis. Mrs. Hare, Mis Mills, Mrs. Miner, QdAYUq I

':< Mrs. F. Deane Duff, and Mr. Duff I Mrs Lund, Mrs A. O. Ward, Mrs.
Mrs. Byrd, before her marriage
Tuesday evening. C. H. Berner, Mrs. Josephine Knightand
"" December 16, was Miss Andree Stan- Mrs. Ruth B. Owens. I :of HofI I ;oii 1fARS MONTHLY I RAYMENI WAN
I ford and has attended school here
Miss Ruby Saunders and Pvt. for the three' -
past years, coming here
',. Joseph Spudic spent the week-end I MRS CONKLINf: ENTERTAINS
I from Bartow. Her husband, T-Sgt.

[ in Jacksonville. with ''Miss Saunders'grandparents. I Douglas Byrd, is with the U. S. Army BRIDGE CLUB._WEDNESDAY___. '
t' {,at the Welch, Convalescent Hospital I
r Mrs. F. E. Conkling was hostessto
l' in Daytona Beach after 31 months
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-:.Mr.; and 'Mrs:{'C/L.;: Do\\us"' had us her bridge club at tier Tome Wednesday -
<' o\eiseas. His home is in Atlantabut
their week-end guests Mrs., Thomas I afternoon. High scorer was FLORIDAANTHONY'S
the couple will reside in Clewis- FORT MYERS
Persinger of Okeechobee! ,. Mrs. Mary Mrs. W. C. Owen and second high ,
ton following his'medical discharge
Kinman and daughter, Phyllis, of I was Mrs. C. J. Nielsen.
which is expected shortly. Mis.
Fort Lauderdale, Miss Ruth Mid- "
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Byrd is now making her home with
dleton of Sarasota and Miss Marguerite -
I her '''mother, Mrs. A, Bremer.
:i',., Middleton of the "VAVES.i .
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i Wing Commander Thomas Prick-J I many attractive and useful gifts.

ett, former Commanding Officer of", Refreshments of home-made cake
jf' Riddle Field, and now, attached *o and fruit punch '
were served. Mrs. .. ,
r""'.< the RAF Delegation, in Washington, I Pharis was assisted by Mrs. R. 1.:. ': ). ."i., ;.. '
was ,the guest of the present Commanding Marshall, Mrs. Howard Westberry; '
t f Officer, Wing, Commander I Miss Margie Arnette and Mis. J. S. .' .:(:: iti<: :i .," ;': .. .
W C. Lindsay for the President's Taylor. ': :

ti Dinner Tuesday evening. j Others k attending were Misses : SUNFROST SUITS ,

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',' Betty Townsend Mamie Trice, Callie '
I Davis }: 'P,:: : (:; i.. : ..
[ Joan Walker, Betty Stough, ,. : )
J'I I Dorothy Sealey, Ogie Arnette antI .,; It: :..:; : by : : :, ,c'i : ; '

:';)"', I I I Louis Doris Blount Poole,and Sammie Murrah Young Holten, Buddy -; ( t. ;) ':;. .' :.: l

., I Poole, Paul Sullivan, Cpl. Walter < GOODALL COMPANY'; .
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[ Kantucki, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. ff ;

Y. I j Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Walker }
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-. Mrs. Marion Musgrave, Mrs. J. .It ." .-,;:,'
(, DAII/V' MATINCn-.j: :; 1'1.: M. Harris, Mrs. Kenneth Berner, Mr. I II
M<;H'r-7 'A. II P. M. -

;..S. SAT w -A. r.SL'X.- :" -CO,1'I'INL'OU'WEEK II; P.1.: : and J. L.Mrs.Tindale A. L. Mrs.Reese M., Mr.C.and Varna-Mrs. :.,, <.- ::'For more than a generation we have featured Good- : .

1-t. I BEGINNING FEB.: 25 doe, Pvt. and Mrs. Bill Campbell, ; :;;, all's Palm ,Beach suits for men. Palm'' Beach suits

f.' Mr. and Mrs. A. Brewer, Mrs. J. L. :r b'':; : '.J;,have been constantly improved in weaves, styles and' j;:,:;
SUS. & MON., FEB. 25 & 26 Tanner, Mr. and Mrs. W. p. Martin, '

t Mrs. Doris- Scott, Mrs. Sam Young, :c:,'.": 'tailoring.: These suits are nationally priced at $19150. :>:;

1' RW Mrs. C. M. Poole. Many sent gifts_ '....'.-' '.' '.\:
: who were unable to attend: : .." .: ':: I
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I PARTY ON BIRTHDAY--. .'" better suit known as Sunfrost at 2475. The pat- :.; I

ll J. Bruce Bartz entertained some '.:;. : terns are more beautiful and distinctive the suits :;',

of his friends and kindergarten ,, { :. more expertly tailored. These Sunfrost suits impress. ,,;-; ,
Gail Russell & IHmuL'nl1 playmates at the Civic Center Wed- '. .
ALSO CARTOON nesday, the occasion being his fifth ", '-'.,: you as being a much higher priced suit. \': .

." birthday. Mrs. E. W. Durst had

):,- I TUES. & WED., FEB. 27 & 28 charge of the entertainment and .-, "

l 6-4; ." "Duke of West Point"' I[were Since played the weather and refresments was fine served games :; !r'; .When these Sunfrost suits are fitted by Anthony's' '


i'r.; Louis CARTOON IIiiwardALSO out-of-doors.Those attending were Elsie An-" :\'tL::: ':\ .,tailor you have America's best suit for $24.75.. '

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\ derson, Warren Brown
Howard i
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.". Graves, Bonnie Fay Durrence. Patsy ) : /;
l,- THURS. & 3 ItL, MARCH 1&2 I Elder Mary Catherine Francis, Virginia "
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Make
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your
.; "Going My Way"with I Goodwin, Marilyn Hancock, -:, .;.I."d-; :" I
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\' I L. E. Hicks Jr., Eric and Karl I :j :. :;:;:" when in town .' : \
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: Larsen. Marion McQowin: Lamar c'. <"-.:' .
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i Bfng Ciosijy Rive Stevens McLendon, Martha Jean Nowling, I ; "':'h.\, oJI

J-. LATEST A\ORLI> NEWS I Dale Perry, Sarabeth Sikes, Gene j
: ,_ 1'-- Thompson, Charles Twiddy. Edward I ; .
: SATURDAY. MARCH S I I Hall, Dinky Prewitt. Chiisti"e and i
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,t. ,"":.:'Ao: !I Mrs. L. M Hutson, Windsor Mea-
,. (II.=r A f AforoswMlfd.r."* jdor I Leif Johnson, Jennings Ezelle
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'The'UationaV K CHARLES QUIGLEY ....-- .. '

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; BRIDGE CLUB TUESDAYMrs. :; :" : ,
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her bridge club at her home on
1.-: 312 Clematis Street West Palm BeachFRIDAY
I Also Cartooii Tuesday evening. High prize, playing -
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: '. "BAT )lAX." No. 4 I cards, was won by Mrs. Joe Hill;

,... second prize, a flower pot, was won
I by Mrs. G. E. Etherton; low prize,

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Asiatic From Elephants African Differ Animals Ae THE CHEERFUL CtEBJP IMPROVEDUNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Palace of Soviets Will Be II d

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Carveth Wells says if an ele- rl 1-- World's Largest Building: I,
ThE, moon is high in the < UNDAY
phant has five toes in front and l '
-G .501e.l'YY''s'kY. The Palace the Soviets, Moscow '
of
four behind, it comes from Asia; CHOOL esson 0"' '
if four in front and three behind, Tkereire dreams vlr\dre JY\edin was planned by Marshal 'I 1

it hails from Africa. An elephant ORW EA i0N the breeze BY HAROLD L. LTJNDQTJ1ST D. D. Stalin as a great national temple j
the end wwvderin 5 ) Of The Moody Dible Institute of Chicago. and cultural center, but, becauseof
Asia has one tip on : I
from ..-J. _. .:.. Tine world is deep ir\ Released by Western Newspaper Union. the work has been doneon
of his trunk; an African, two. If ; war, no
its trunk is smooth it is Asiatic; veil oF sleep, it for more than three years. "

if apparently in segments, it is Washington, D. C. And God is Lesson for February 25 When completed, it will be the ,: J
African. The ears of an Asiatic FEAR OF COAL STRIKE highest building in the world. : I "

elephant are about two feet long Biggest problem on the labor hori- wkisperinojWNU '-' o a w-, Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected 1 The palace will contain two : '
the. trees.D : and copyrighted by International great assembly hal's. one to hold : !
and rather ragged; an African'sare zon is the definitely looming pos- throvr'ih: .. Council :
of Religious Education; used by
about the size of a piano. siblity of a national coal strike on rtJCCAI"I'1 permission.JESUS. 15,000, the other 6,000 people, a i

April 1. Industry fears it, the gov- library and a restaurant. Dominating to-\\
f- ernment fears it, but even more, THE SON OF GOD the mighty building will '.
Jap PayA perhaps, other labor leaders fear it. be an enormous statue, in chromium /
full colonel in the Japanesearmy They fear that bull-headed JohnL. LESSON TEXT-Matthew 16:13-17: ; 1719. plated steel, of Lenin, founderof

receives approximately the Lewis, head of the miners, will 6 Shall GOLDEN confess TEXT me before- Whosoever men. him therefore will I the Soviet republic. The ,figure ,
same pay as a soldier in the will will be 328 feet high. Includingthis i
precipitate a strike which confess also before my Father which Is
United States army with the rankof blacken the eye of the entire labor Features. In heaven.-Matthew 10:32.: statue, the palace will be 1- :

sergeant. movement, further undermining 365 feet high. : I II
public confidence in labor. "Bull "What think ye of Christ?"

Jack" Lewis, as they call him, be- CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT' There is a question that every hu .... ...... ..... .............. ,I
longs neither to the AFL nor the man being must answer. Jesus \\\ ; : Ire :,
CIO, and the executives of both are asked it (Matt. 22:42), and each of '\ like Y0I
worried over the effect which a !Us makes some kind of reply.It fee'' : :

strike called 'by the miners would is the touchstone that tries'men, f' Ii\1 \
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have on their organizations. For, AGENTS WANTEDLADY and churches, organizations and
they 'point out, the public does not movements. The answer to it is of j I'. 1 rt. : .;

discriminate between different labor WANTED in every community. both deep importance, for it determines YoUr'f,
rural and city to sell line of household character condition and destiny for % \ t
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unions in time of crisis. necessities to her neighbors. Our line in- i
Negotiations for coal con cludes such scarce items as cheese and time and eternity.
a new
For irritations resultIng -
laundry Liberal commission. General cough and throat _
tract are scheduled to begin March products soap.Company (U-S>,Albany: Georgia. Jesus, the Christ, the Son of the I
millions use
: from colds or smoking,
1 1 between John L. Lewis and the living God, is the center of the en.

coal operators. This gives 30 days in tire lesson. .

which to reach an agreement. Last Basic EnglishBasic I. Jesus Confessed (16:13-17).

year, however, the negotiations With His crucifixion now only six I

started earlier, ,and, even so, didn't English is a system of 850 months away, our Lord in preparation

On,your favorite N. B. C. station conclude by March 31. English words claimed to be sufficient for it is about to make a more
every Saturday morning Meanwhile, Secretary Ickes, for the needs of ordinary definite claim to Messiahship, ,and COUGM B.OZ G 5 : ;

11OOA. M., E. \V. T. in order to head off a mine shut- conversation and writing.QUICK thus to establish the truth in the Really soothing because they're : f
WISE \VSOCVFBC down, has sent a letter both to minds of His disciples. He therefore I : really medicated. Each F & F :
WPTF WSJS the coal operators and JohnL. asks'' this all important question Cough Lozenge gives your throat !
10:00 A. M., C. W. T. about Himself. a 15 minute soothing treatment :
Lewis proposing that they RELIEf fOR
"WSB WSM WAPO WROL WSFA thatreachesallthewaydown..below :
continue, the present .wage First, it is a general query, the gargle line. Only lOjt box.

agreement for another year. The HEAD i ; "Whom do men say that I am?" .....................................
coal operators are understood to The answer (v. 14) indicates that the

be ready to agree to this pro- COLD ;: :.t common opinion concerning Christwas
posal. a very high one. He had madean

John L. Lewis's office, however, impression on the people of His j
Relief At Last
. sent a delaying reply. His secre- MISERYWhen time, and this has been true down \'
through the ages. But beautiful tributes I',
tary wrote Ickes that Lewis was
nostrils arecloggednosefeelsraw to His character and leader-
"absent from the city." This probably 6- "
fO.r Your CoughCreomulsion means that Lewis is conferringwith membranes swollen, ship are worse than meaningless unless ,, ''ttPt:9
his mine lieutenants before reach for cooling they,lead to a personal confession If
Mentholatum.Speedilyit(1)Helpsthinout- ,, of Him Lord and Saviour.
as :
relieves promptly because he sends Ickes a final decision. I ( ) .: V4' ""
it goes right to the seat of the thick,stubborn mucus; y The question becomes personal as 1I I
trouble to help loosen and expel WHY RUSSIANS WAITEDU. ((2)) Soothes irritated He asks, "Whom do ye say that I
laden and aid
natureto
germ phlegm,
membranes ((3)) Helps 4 "
soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed S. military strategists now' disclose reduce swollen; pas. am? That question no one can es e
bronchial mucous mem- cape. We cannot refuse to answer. to p
two reasons why the great sages; ((4)) Stimulates ?
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you Russian winter offensive was de local blood supply, % ,,, Neutrality is impossible. Whateverwe
aiiottle of Creomulsion with the understanding right to "sick" area. do do not do
layed. or say, or or say, i
must like the It '
you way Every breath brings re- .
quickly allays the cough or you are The first problem was one of sup- lief! Jars, tubes. $0x. is a decision. ,1
to have your money back.CREOMUlSION. plies. Although the red army had Peter's answer is really the sum

the bulk of the equipment it \ and substance of Christian doctrine.He .

needed, deliveries of several rela- recognized Him as the Messiah,
For Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis tively small but highly important the fulfillment]] of all Hebrew proph-

items were delayed.One ecy, and as the Son of the living

of the items they waited for God, the Redeemer and Saviour of

was several million tons of canned 1' 'lI/IuJSu/? men, 'the One in whom centers all

beef which midwestern packing Christian faith.
fOI MIROt aCRES All (Alt! OF
firms have been producing since RHEUMATISMNEURITIS.LUMBAGO II. Jesus Transfigured (17:1-3). VICTORIA, ENGLAND'S
Russia entered the war. As His amazed disciples lookedon
ti BELOVED QUEEN, PERSONIFIED
Red army front-line troops live almost { the eternal, divine glory of the I
THE VICTORIAN AGE IN
entirely on this canned beef Son of God could no longer be hid
during offensives. The packers knew den by the human body and the HER STRICT SIMPLICITYAND

they had a deadline to make on humble garments of our Lord, and SEVERE VIRTUE.

their order, but couldn't get enough "His face did shine as the sun and :I

manpower to do, the job. As the His raiment was white as light." /f\: ,V'

days rolled by, even office workers They saw their beloved Masternow THE FAMOUS NU MAIOa

were drafted to the pro- Large Bottled.rtu UGCllj'l2.: Small Size 60c for what He really was, the Son GIRL PERSONIFIES A
duction line. However, the shipment CAgTIOl: BSE Oltl AS DIUCTED of God. The testimony of Peter was PURESWEET, WHOLE
wasn't ready until weeks after the IT III COOO DBOC STOW If IT Kill 11 recap I It'price! no longer mere words, although ever SOME SPREAD IN THE
iJEIl: DBDG CO.. lie. JICISOIIIttE A. FLORIDA
date set by the Russians. The same so blessed. His speech had been MINDS OF MILLIONS.

was true of several other impor- confirmed by sight and they knew f' FOR NU-MAID IS

tant products.; In the end, the Brit- their Master as the Lord of glory.It /' THE'TABLE'GRADE*

MARYMARTIN v ish dipped into their own stockpilesin is essential in both the life MARGARINE WITHCHURNEDFRESH

England, and shipped the neces- and service of a Christian that he
sary material to fully equip the clearly understand the truth about I''? FLAVOR.

efolifeaPyra. d Red army. Christ, His person and His work. >,-j

I stat,of '' '' e, is one of 19 Finally, when the great offensive When that understanding is tied up ..

mount plctUr do well- was about to start in with a personal vision of His glory, ..eAt
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many well stars Mid-December unseasonablethaw r there is assurance and power.III. t' -
informed powder. an your table, use NU-MAID, the only
who use Calox otb Inc., set in on the eastern Jesus Triumphant ((17:4-6). margarine certified by its maker to bo
'McKesson & Robbins front, bogging down the Red The crowning point of the trans- the "Table-Grade" margarine. Use it gen

Bridgeport,Conn' army equipment. ,The Russianshad figuration came when the voice erously for

1'OO1'HC"lOX. massed tremendous new IOMEN Rt40s spoke out of the bright cloud and Vo1lr lt seasoning and
tool
) POWDER Stalin tanks, larger than any- Y gave not only the Father's unqual- frying

thing either 'the Germans or the Do You Hate HOT FLASHES? ified approval of Christ, but also His

other Allies have seen. These It you suffer from hot flashes feel command that men should listen to
could not be moved except over weak, nervous a bit blue at times- Him and heed His message ,of re
frozen terrain. When the front all due to the functional "middleage" demption.Note .
period peculiar to women-try
froze solid again, Stalin gave the Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com- how this word of the Father

WONDERFUL RELIEFFrom word and the long-delayed win- pound Taken to rejUlarly-Plnkham's relieve such symptoms.Com- completed the transfiguration. In

ter offensive began. pound helps build up resistance itself it might have been likened to
Bladder Irritations! against such annoying symptoms.Is made that which happened to Moses (Ex. -Buy War Savings Bonds-
Plnkham's Compound
Famous doctor's the BRITISH PROPOSE KEEPING especially for women-it helps nature 34:29, 30)). We say likened to, because t
discovery acts '
on HIROHITO and that's the kind of medicine the glory which showed forthin t
. kidneys to increase urine and relieve to buy I Follow label directionsLYDIALPlNKHAM'SSo .
Very little appeared in the papers Jesus was from within, not just
painful bladder irritations caused about it, but highly important poli- t3 a reflected glow.

by excess acidity in the urine cies regarding future relations with But the words from heaven pro- D

Japan were discussed at the recent, vide the conclusive and final wit-
There is no need now to suffer unnecessary
distress and discomfort from backache, institute of Pacific relations at Hot WNU-7 6-45 ness. They so impressed Peter that
bladder irritation, and run-down feeling: Springs, Va. Most important of all I -- -- he talked of them as a cherished 1y
due to excess acidity in your urine-take
. the famous doctor's discovery-DR. was a proposal by the British to memory and a transformingpower I
KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT. For Swamp retain Emperor Hirohito and the in his life/even when he was
Root acts fast on the kidneys to increasethe
flow of urine and relieve excess acidity. Japanese ruling class in the post- an old man (II' Pet. 1:16-18)).
Originally discovered by a well-known war setup of Japan.Sir .
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physician, Swamp Root is a carefully IV. Jesus Only (17:7-9)
blended combination of 16 herbs, roots Paul Butler, leading adviserto Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof Havingseen Him in His glory, !>
vegetables, balsams and other natural in- the British foreign office led the ,
alone.
Him
gredients. It's not harsh or habit-formin Harmful Body Waste they now saw True the .
in any way-just good ingredient that appeal for Hirohito. Your kidneys are constantly filtering others had gone, but is there not also
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help you feel worlds better fast! Behind closed doors at'the swank waste matter from the blood stream.But the thought that He the blessed !
Send for TODAY! ,
free prepaid sample kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot !
Like thousands of others you'll be glad Homestead hotel, Butler made this act as Nature intended-fail to remove God, now filled the vision of their
that you did. Send name and address to blunt pronouncement: "No alterna- impurities that, if retained, may souls? Take good-tasting tonic
Department E, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box poison the system and upset the whole
1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Sendat tive to a monarchial system, under body machinery. Surely we find it right at hand to

once.All druggists cell SwampRoot. the present emperor or some other persistent Symptoms headache may be,attacks nagging of backache dizziness,, make that application to our own many doctors recommendCatch

member of his family, is likely to getting up nights, swelling, puffiness lives. When we really see Him as
provide the focus of stability which under the and eyes loss-of a feeling and of strength.nervous He is, then He fills our vision, and cold easily?Listless?Tire quickly?

will be essential if the state is not anxiety Other signs of kidney pep or bladder disorder when He does that, we have reached Help tone up your system I Take Scott's

to dissolve"into chaos in the impend- : too frequent are sometimes urination.burning, scanty or real satisfaction of life. Emulsion-contains natural A & D,

ing crisis. There should be no doubt that prompt "Jesus only" is more than a mot- [Vitamins your diet may be lacking. It's
Other United Nations delegatesalso treatment Is wiser than neglect. Us*
Doan't Pills. Doan'i have been winning to or a theme for a song. It is the ,greatlBuytoday.AU! druggists.EMULSION .
were vigorously opposed to new friends for more than forty years.
of life worth while. It
the British policy of appeasing the They have a nation-wide reputation.Are epitome a 1
recommended by grateful people the makes one want to ask everyone, iTq .
emperor. Most significant of all was country over. Ask your neighbor! 0
"Do you know Him? Well, do you? tI
the position of the British domin- .
If not will take Him as
you your
Keep the Battle Rolling Zealand-which ions-Canada, Australia split with and the dele-New a B Saviour right now? Christian, will

With War Bonds and'Scrap gation from the British Isles itself you let Him fill your life? I I ii( re a i freat*Ro u itfTorii c'

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1M, A number of soldiers home on Political Trend Points }yi. 'Ygkr rv .
;s furlough in the states met and
were relating their experiences.Each .
one tried to outdo the I Let's Go! Little boy (who had ,been sent to .
other in expressing his early fears. Return to Conservatism Jasper.....il am not myself tonight. dry a towel before a grate)-"Oh,
Joan-Then. we ought to have a good Mama, will it be done when it's '
.. "The way I dug my foxhole, fi time. brown?"
said one of them, who had beenat N(
Guadalcanal, "was something Had Sowed
for you to see. Each time a, shell Wallace Jones Fight Indicates Movement in s The visitor going around the Slip Up?
burst I dug deeper and deeper < ti penal settlement came upon a convict A man who had been stopping at .
into that hole."FinalIy Congress; 'Regular' Democrats Vie making sacks. a fashionable hotel was paying his
"Good, afternoon," said the visitor bill. He.looked up at the girl cash-
; t I heard a voice aboveme. With 'Leftists' in Party. "Sewing?" ier and asked what it was she >.. '
It was my lieutenant yelling "No," was the reply. "Reap- had around her neck. -

down at me: ing." "A ribbon, of course, ," she said..
Thompson! Hey you, Thompson By BAUKHAGE "Why ,
If you dig two inches deeper News Analyst and Commentator. .. Some folks never stop to think; "Well," he replied, "everything
I'm going to charge you with there are others who never thinkto else is so high around here that I

desertion!' WNU Service, Union Trust Building, GOP StaysTo stop.: thought perhaps it was your belt."

Washington, D. C. Right

As we contemplate the second There was a significant develop- Largest Curtain ArrangedIn AT FIRST
month of the political calendar one ment at the committee \!
SORE Republican
;, thing is clear and that is the strong meeting, too. The single challengeto Thousands of PatternsThe i

rh! _-O l 01TIIAT conservative trend in the congressas Mr. Brownell dealt with the ques- largest and the most com- 5IGNOFAO
I a whole and within the structureof plex theatrical curtain ever madeis
; tion of thunder from the left and it .
the two major parties as well. apparently fell on entirely deaf in Radio City Music hall in sE666

Many straws show clearly the way ears. The one unfriendly voice at the New York, says Collier's. Thirteen arl -

,p .' ED due to colds the prevailing winds have been meeting came from a supporter of steel cables, sewn vertically into Cold'Preparations directed
I Let a little Vicks VapoRub melt on blowing. One was the Jones-Wallace Harold Stassen of Minnesota, the the material nearly seven feet as
the tongue. Works fine, to soothe sore controversy which soon became a prospective liberal candidate for the apart and raised and lowered by
\ throat due to colds and helps relieve senate versus Wallace Roosevelt Republican presidential nomination.The their own individual motors, make
Irritation in upper breathing passages. controversy. Another was the turn revolter arose to charge that possible the arrangement of the

To Ease Spasms of Coughing: taken in the battle over the national' Mr. Brownell had alienated the curtain in thousands of contour DEPEt1DHlil
Put a good spoonful of VapoRub in a service bill which developed into a labor vote because of his connectionwith patterns. WORLD LARGEST SELLER AT IQmi
bowl ot boiling water. Wonderful relief fight against the fair employment a law firm which handled the
comes as breathe in the steaming and the closed
..... you practices policy business of large corporations. No-
medicinal vapors that penetrate to these
Behind both moves
shop. ,
body in the committee denied the
cold-congested breathing -
upper passages of forces which
there
.: soothes the irritation,quiets was a play soft impeachment publicly;
:. rW fits of coughing, helps clear head. marks the beginning of a struggle It is whispered that the Republicans -
which will make the biggest post- B R
For Added 1 Relief! rub VapoRub on are not worrying about an appeal -
the domestic front.
1 throat, chest, back. Let its famous war story on to labor for they have a theory
doubl The opposition to Wallace had that the of the
m they can attract, vote
on -act.ionkeepy g S VIi S many and complicated ramificationsbut returned soldier because they say
hours V A PO Rue it revealed the conservativetrend he will lean to the right. This is the

both in congress as a whole way one of the "regulars" expressed: ,. -
and within the Democratic party. it to me."There. g- ix

Within the party it was a struggle is something about a uni-
..+:_ When Yaur1aaards" between the "regulars" and the CIO form," he said, "that makes a man

political action committee adher patriotic and conservative. He is
.' are Crying the dues ants, something which is being re- anxious to settle down and raise a
; flected in the conduct of the party family. He wants to have propertyof
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,i, organization, too. When Democratic his own. He's tired of being

1 ,., National Chairman Hannegan was housed and fed and clothed on gov- 1j
; questioned as to whether he was ernment issue., Also he is through KP :
going to work with the CIO-PAC he taking chances; over there he ; j

answered that he would welcome thought of America as home and ; ,orvKS mxrcW'T ,-
j their assistance, but in the same home means something solid, sane -

': J' breath added: "and other independent and safe. The Republican party is 'T %
1 organizations." The inference the natural place for him," the big- .

l l V drawn by the reporters was that wig concluded. $ &+ 4'fYYiI"+ \

'"j .'. the two groups would pursue their I am not saying that the reason- (
; separate ways. It is reported that ing of either, party is correct but I

Wallace was offered a deal by am, reporting what appears to ,be
WHEN CONSTIPATION
makes feel
'; punk as the dickens,brings on stomach you which his confirmation as secretaryof the general atmosphere both on : i
'" upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort commerce would be assured and Capitol hill and elsewhere where
,{ .take Dr. Caldwell's famous medicineto perhaps RFC powers left under the the politicians gather to mull over Sen-GayqUICK
; quickly pull the trigger on Iazy-'in- ..
- department of commerce if he
; affairs.As :
nards", and help-you feel bright and ,
chipper again. would agree to put a "safe" man to the temper of congress as a '
: O Feel the soothing warmth of Ben-Gay..as it goes to
DR.CALDWELL'S is the wonderful sen- in to administer the government whole as illustrated in both the :
na laxative contained in good old Syrup lending. This would have meant Wallace and the national service work,relieving those cold symptoms.Doctors know about
Pepsin to make it so easy to take. breaking with his CIO-PAC follow controversies that the the two famous pain-relieving agents inBen-Gay-methyl '
we can see
: MANY DOCTORS salicylate and menthol.Ben-Gay contains to 2 Vz times
use pepsin preparations up
j. ing and Wallace naturally refused. former southern DemocratRepublican -
in prescriptions to make the medi-' more of these ingredients than five other widely offered
t, cine more palatable and agreeable to That illustrates what rivalry'there coalition is working as smoothlyas
rub-ins.For fast relief, get genuine quick-acting BenGay.'a .
take. So be laxative is -
'r sure your conjl" exists between liberal and conserva- ever and keen observers predict -
-' tained in Syrup Pepsin. tive elements within the Democratic that its hand will be shown when-

INSIST ON DR. CALDWELL'S-the favorite patty. It is also whispered that a ever similar questions are at issuein
1 of millions for 50 years, and feel
:;, that wholesome relief from constipa- campaign has begun by which the the future.
i ;' tion. Even finicky children love it. Democrats hope to pare down the Just where the President stands is

-J i CAUTION:Use only as directed. influence of the CIO-PAC. The not yet discernible. But there

r scheme is to build a strong coalition again, there is a strong feeling on
DR' between the southern Democrats and Capitol hill that when he replaced"Dr.

::1 i L;, CALDWELL'S the northern big city bosses. New Deal" with "Dr. Win-the- .., .., ,.,,, .......
War," as he himself put it, he had .. -
;: SENNA LAXATIVE Compare WallaceTo no intention of placing the country

BryanThe under the care of the former medico
'3 c'., CONTAINED IN SYRUP PEPSIN Democratic "regulars" claim' when peace returned. This is the way "DADDY YOU ACT p

, '. they have no fear of Wallace as a one old timer who has supported the
jI successful contender for the presi- administration on most issues for AS OLD AS

I 4 tf Remember the tomatoes dential nomination in 1948, although the last 12'years put it to me: 'Ua{ HlYr p Q

they admit that he is the one man in "The President says he is still GRANDPA TODAY"MANY
you grew last year? public life, now that Willkie is gone, steering a little left of center. He vFlQ i 1A
1 whose leadership would ,be most may think so. But I can tell you
.1 I'. Of course you remember them- likely to unite both liberal and radi- that whether he knows it or not the ..' ,
fh the seeds you planted from a Ferry cal support. But they claim he is old ship of state is going to nose {.'.. '.' .
,' ,. packet; the luscious, ripe fruits; another William Jennings, Bryan, to starboard this session."
1 r' the mouth-watering flavor of those much more intellectual but with the And that would seem to be what is
k fresh salads; the inviting array of same fate in store for him: often a happening if we judge from the first
cans you put up for winter. bridesmaid, never a bride. leg of the voyage. In any case thereis

1 r Ferry's Seedsare readyagain tohelp The Wallace supporters talk quite going to be a fight to keep a con-
:1. :- make your garden yield a maximum differently. They say any man who servative. hand on the old ship's
,f' of success and enjoyment. Have a could rally 429Va votes last summerat tiller.
better garden with Ferry's Seeds. ,
t\-\\\ Chicago could get enough of the -r
1
'.' {, On sale at your favorite dealer. necessary additional 105% by 1948 SHANGRI-LA IN PACIFICThe ? 1 r,

1 ')'-' FERRY-MORSE SEED CO. and that every time bad, big busi- army air force has discovereda

Detroit 31 San Francisco 24 ness assaults him as it did through new nation, a tiny little com- Y +

gi. in IMI 0000 lAI7HIODOC. the friends of Jesse Jones, his stock munity, high up in the mountains of
;i .
P.LA.NI' with the "common man"
and "little New Guinea. No white man is
1. business" whom and which he con- known to have visited it before, and i
J kLPD8I stantly champions, will go higher.In not even neighboring natives had SO REi ONE

I other words, the louder the been there. Surrounded on two sides
.--:,:.' SEEDS Wall street "wolf-pack" howls the by mountains rising, to the heightof
by
MEN persecuted
; ',-' more the CIO "pack" grins. This 15 or 16 thousand feet, the third lumbago or other are nagging muscle soothes fast with

k"': --- reasoning is based on those two .side by an impassable swamp, the after to +
pains-especially exposure i
;- somewhat paradoxical observations"we valley i is cut off on the fourth side cold or dampness.If every sufferer COLD HEATACiUIN ;
love him for the enemies he by a jungle-like forest several miles could only know about SORETONE
L makes" and "every knock a boost." wide. The river runs through .the Liniment! In addition to methyl it
That is the "leftist" reasoning, and valley, which is about 5 by 20 miles, galicylate most effective pain- ii j
whether or not the "regulars" think and then disappears, apparentlyinto relieving agent. Soretone acts like
4 I it is sound, they have to take it into the earth. The lost tribe' living cold heat to speed relief: h I
t A favorite household antiseptic dress in cases of '
: ing and liniment for 98 years--Hanford's consideration. In any case the opposition .in the valley has developed an extensive J. Quickly Soretone acts to en-
.. ". BALSAM OF MYRRH! It contains to Wallace on both sides of irrigation system, army ob- hance local circulation. MUSCULAR LUMBAGO
J ;1 soothing gums to relieve the soreness and both houses of congress shows the servers report. At first they were
; !: ache of over-used and strained muscles. 2. Check muscular cramps.
1, conservative color of the legislative frightened by planes now they OR BACKACHE i
Takes the sting and itch out of burns, 3. Help reduce local swelling. '
: f': scalds, insect bites, oak and ivy poisoning body.As. wave at our airmen who come quite due to fatigue! or exposure
wind and burn, chafing and to the 4. Dilate surface capillary blood
:4 sun party organizations, they low and are able to report that the PAINS 1
MUSCULAR
i.a chapped skin.Its antiseptic action less- have indicated that vessels.
they intend
to native consists
". clothing entirely of
:; ens the danger of infection whenever the their faith in For fastest action, let dry, rub in due to coldiSORE iI i
,; I' skin is cut or broken. put works. On the strings of beads worn around the I
Keep a bottle handy for the minor same day (January 23)) 'both Re- neck. again. There's only one Soretone MUSCLES
: casualties of kitchen and nursery. At and insist on it for Soretone results. -
publican Democratic
your druggist-trial size bottle 35l; national Because the land is so extensively due to overwork
household size 651; economy size $1.25. chairmen announced that their respective cultivated, there is no large stretch 50#. Big bottle, only $1.
$ a C. HANFORD MFG. CO.. Syracuse N.I Y. political jnachines would suitable for a landing, and the air -- MINOR SPRAINS
+ Solo makers of
start running on a full-time basis. force has enough to do these daysto
As I said, Mr. Hannegan revealed] prevent it from landing troopsby

his attitude toward the leftwingersof parachutes. But ethnologists and I U Though applied cold. rube-
his party by implying that other scientists will make a bee- 'V, ;ij .... --- taclent ingredient la Sorotono -
act like heat to
iI
Messrs. Hillman, Murray, et al line for New Guinea as soon as the "-- the lupertlclul J rea.t:
II would :-- blood to tho area end Induce
paddle their own canoes. war is over.< "and McKesson makes it" a Cloning icoso of tvaimto.

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then a hank of fiber decorticatedand languages he speaks: -Spanish, English -I educational work France- -
Juniors To Have third hank of That Hendry County Agricultural
degummed and a and Profane. night "The Red Cross certainly deserves
Moonlight DanceThe fibers carded and ready for weav- something to which I have referredand Agent, H, L. Johnson, spoke brieflyon the thanks of all of us here. At
ing. There,were no finished samplesof tried to describe went into ac- the duties of a county agent in Christmas they hung filled stock- _
cloth made from the fiber but tion. that field and the types and kindsof ings -
on every bed, and the Red
Junior class of the high schoolis there was a bottle of cattle feed made I organization would work'entailed by his office. Cross
An ordinary workers run all of our errands -
? sponsoring a moonlight dance tomorrow from the tops of the ramie plant. Guests at the meeting were C. E.
have taken a week or more to repair i and furnish us with all our. "
) (Saturday) night at the The other display contained sev-I the damage. Not this organization. : Fuller, of Willoughby, Ohio, and, C. reading material." ,
SSugarland Recreation Hall. A good eral starch potatoes such as will Almost overnight the sugar W. Fuller, of this city.
(orchestra has been obtained and the soon be moving into Clewiston Once
house again operating.
'dance will last from 10:00 ,until lots of hundreds of tons for con was the impossible had been Key Men- F-O Pat 1\IcGel1ee-while ferry-
::2:00 This is the last time that a version into starch at the new plant I more I ing wounded from Mitchell Field-
achieved.
dance[ will last after midnight, since. here. I i -- I "I have never really appreciateduntil
Hhe curfew regulations have I I could go on and name each and I 1 I i (Continued from Page l) now the great work the Red
new -
been put into effect. I I every key man and, cite, at least one |:i! key men were introduced who have Cross Is doing in this war. Anytime '
Full Text achieved recent
Admission for service men will be. -:- impossibility during I i not been with the corporation long we land, day or night, rain or shine,
$1.00, and for civilians, $1.50.Sitting's years as additional illustrations of enough to share in'a bonus distri- there are Red Cross workers wait-
-- (Continued from Page 1) I that something to which I refer. I bution, E. F. Powers, F. W. Mc- ing for UB with coffee sandwiches

Dinner-. compels you to stick on the job I The something I mean enables: i Cathy AT L. Miller and A. W. ,Ran- cigarettes, etc., for the wounded
achieve ob
this organization to an
when you are so sick you should be I dolph. I boys and the' plane crew. I can't
home in bed. That something which jective while on ordinary organization -I 1 S. K. Swayne, Foy Durrence and tell you how much that means to

'(Continued frou: page 11Dir. when you are dead tired from day would explaining how Im- i jM. A. Thomas received gold pins for these wounded boys, and us, and I

Bitting, proving his close con and night work and ready to fall possible it was. fifteen years continuous service with only wish I could be there when your
tact with the men of his organization from exhaustion renews your pep The financial results of the past l the corporation and W. L. Brantley drive starts to tell everyone"

had written a personal messageto and :you stay right on. That something I year were nothing to crow.normal about. I received a silver ten year pin. I I Similar excerpts might be foundin
the man receiving it. Other which causes you to put personal -i Under ordinary or con- I Winners of the prizes were: F. W. letters from every one of our boysin
of the booklet were presented of ditions what you put Into the job McCarthy who chose a $100 war
copies troubles and anxieties out i service. The Red Cross is doinga
all as they left the din- this past year would have achievedthe I I bond, J. S. who took the I
to guests mind so you can give full attention; Harrington big job for them, a costly job,
financial results in the
ing hall. i to the job. That something that greatest I $50 war bond, R. Y. Patterson who and one which must be financed
In the period since the last dinner enables you ,to accomplish the im history of the Corporation.It I took the leather travelling case, M. I with your dollars.Basketball .
starch plant is on the basis of what you put'' ''A. Thomas chose B.
the new $7,000,000 possible. I have_ seen numerous who a rifle Dr.
II
'has been started and is nearing'completion i examples of that something during I I into the job, not the financial results I A. Bourne, who took the radio, Jack

several thousand acres of : past years I I I that a bonus is being distributed -I DeValcourt took the $25.00 warI I Boys To _

starch potatoes have been plantedto tonight. I I bond, C. J. Leiter who took the In TournamentThe "
As I said, I cannot find words to Play
With '
spirit and ability, ,
be processed 'when the mill is your fountain pen, W. C. Prewitt who took
completed, ramie plantings have been adequately describe that somethingbut coupled with that indescribable the tailored suit and O. H. Sheppard

made on holdings of the corporation I have seen numerous instances something which I tried to describe, who took the: wrist. watch. Clewiston boys' basketball
of that something during past years.
In the Eastern Division by the New- ,nothing is impossible.You team, the Tigers will leave for Mi-
:Maybe I can illustrate what I mean
Industries and the cattle progam are an excellent organization, ami next
Wednesday
Sport to participatein
instances to' Red Cross-
reciting of the
by some fine gre'a't I
a crew and a gang.
has been greatly expanded. the, Eighth District Basketball
The Rev. S. D. Mason, priest in which I refer. I am mighty proud to call )'OUall my Tournament. Their first will
To save your time, and the wear:I friends and fellow workers. (Continued ,from Page '1)) game
charge pf' St. Martin's Episcopal be against St., Patrick's.
and tear on :your ears, listening toa I Italy-
Church, delivered the invocation. recital of numerous incidents with "The hostess here at the Red Coach B. J. Myers, and his team,
Russell Kay, secretary of the Florida Kiwanis-
which you are all familiar, I will I Cross canteen at this base is just like i will be the guests of ..111'I.rers' meti
Press Association of Tampa, was cite just one instance as an example a house mother to ,all of us, and ther, Mrs. C. T. Myers, during their

toastmaster at the dinner and the of what I mean. (Continued from Page 1)) I there are sandwiches, coffee, etc.,I I three day stay ,there.
first guest introduced was Nathan '
You all remember the night when ture lands, and in the city water for us anytime, as well as reading Team members making the trip
'Mayo, Commissioner of, Agriculture, I
the cane dump was wrecked last supplies on the east and west matter and recereational facilities. are Frank Harbin, Raymond Trice,
who made a brief talk on the past, I
season. You all remember: how that coasts Mr. McMullen pointed out The Red Cross is really doing a big < Johnny Sullivan, Captain for the
and potential developmentof
present accident deprived Mr. Martinez of that thirty Soil and Water Conser- II job." I tournament; O. C. Wilcox% Ben Bol-
the Everglades, citing ramie as,
ability to cuss. To cuss in any one, vation Districts have been organized I ton, Eddie Russell, Howard Kepple,
'in his belief, one of the greatest future -
or any combination of the three and that each one is carrying on Lt. Bob Patterson, Hospital in I Curtis Pullen and Charles Miner.
crops of the area.
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Colin English, State Superintendent

Vf Education, was the next speaker _'___ -- -- -
and he told of his early life in _w _

the Caloosahatchee Valley and his 4

great interest now in the Evergladesand ryrF"

its development, pledging his ,;
assistance as a member of the state

'cabinet to do all he can to aid this

development. \ \K
Representative Elbert L. Stewart, i %

'County Commissioner C. E. Miner,
'"County Commissioner Paul Rardinof

the lake area of Palm Beach

County: and E. E.: Kelly, mayor of JI

'Clewiston, were then introduced,
Mr. Kelly responding with a very

nice talk.Harold.
Colee, vice president and
general manager of the Florida I ,
I
State Chamber of Commerce, was ; '

"next introduced and in usual able for
manner he paid tribute to the work V zctory

of the sugar corporation and said .
that the people of Florida could well ,4 ,
salute the corporation for its con- r yy V s 2 o- S .ti

tribution to the sound economic ,,4 /y H

people.development of the state and its /iNJ Y


John G. McKay, owner of the 4
"Riddle Flying Training Fields of PtL : 1ft 4 %

Miami: was next introduced and !\e"made

a brief talk in which he expressed -

an interest in Everglades

development far beyond his ownership -

of the Riddle-McKay Aero Col

lege here 1

Jay W. Moran, vice-president and

general manager of the corporation,

T\as ,introduced and after a few
5
"well-chosen words he introduced

Wing Commander C. W. Lindsay of .

"Riddle Field, McGregor Smith,
.resident of Florida< Power and
Light Company who responded with
'
a solo on his 'harmonica, McD. Davis,
'president of the Atlantic Coast Line

Railway' Clinton Shepherd of West Tought

Palm Beach, painter of the mural

now, hanging in the new Inn cock- about your Victory Garden yet? from your county agricultural agent, .. .

tail ,lounge and J. Paul Saunders, I I ; ':; '

president of the p. and O. SteamshipLine. It'll come in mighty handy, this year! local garden clubs, ,or the Department of 'r. ;
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"
Chas. R. Mott of Flint, Mich., hon- Agriculture, Washington, D. C. Belcher :",!
orary chairman of the board of directors -

was chosen to select capsules Commercially canned vegetables and especially recommends their pamphlets ? ,
from a box in which were the

lucky numbers of the'key men who fruits will be at a new wartime low for ,on Victory Gardens, The City Home ;
"received the number of attractive {

prizes." In, acknowledging the introduction some time to come.With a Victory Gardenyou'll Garden The Farm', Garden and The .
Mr. Mott told the key men 'oj
that he was sure :Mr. Bitting thought \
have of fresh for
plenty vegetables ,
Home Fruit Garden.
'no more of them than he did. I .

As the final number Russell Kay, I .
table and you'll help reduce the /
the diminutive toastmaster, was your ;\

aged to'give'his famous baseball demand the commercial food Food is more than ever a weapon of war! :;;1
,
:story ;and climbing upon one of the on supply. '

,'tables he .willingly obliged, not on- "
of the soil and
Join the "soldiers help
ly with this story' but. with several That'way more food will be available, for


others Guests. were presented with a our armed forces, our fighting allies, produce the ammunition! r. ';

copy of Mr. Bitting's booklet and a:
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box room.of candy as they left the dining. and the desperately hungry: peoples of ,

The, excellent dinner was preparedand
liberated countries. BE LCHER
served by the Clewiston Inn _
force under the capable direction of 4

Mr. Stout and many were the compliments .

Clewiston: molasses-fed on the meat beef.pour-Dinner of If you're new at this gardening game, you I '

ESTABLISHED 1915
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musi" was furnished by an orchestra -
from the Kitty Davis club in may obtain down-to-earth information MIAMI AND PORT EVERGLADES, FLORIDAT
Miami. "

:Much! attention was; given by the

guests to the two display boards arranged -
i in the .lobby. One of these

,..was ,a display ,'of ramie fiber. One [
'.:lank of decortlcatecLifber was shown I

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