The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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r'KIWANIS: GOPHER Thielen Baby Dies MAYO PRAISES LAKE Return of Red Cross 1174 MOTORISTS IN '

In Tampa HospitalTheresa Books Is Requested


,Carolyn Thielen, five- Those who do not plan to pur-

MUSGRAVE ENTRY months' old daughter of11': and RUBBER PROGRAM chase the first aid instruction CARDS FOR GASOLINE .
Mrs.: Phillip Thielen of Clewistondied books which were used in Red

in a hospital in Tampa Monday Cross courses recently completedare

... ,, One of the most successful affairs while the family was there on TALLAHASSEE, May 14-Nathan requested to return the books, W. N. Martin, chairman of the
j"! of its kind in many years was vacation. 'The child had been suf- Mayo, Florida's commissioner of to Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, chairmanof local rationing board, 'announced

":( the Kiwanis Gopher Derby which fering from whooping : cough and agriculture, today "cited" Ever- the Clewiston chapter, as soonas this morning that a total of 1174

was held last night at ,eight o'clock complications. She had been glades farmers of the Lake Okee-. possible cards' were issued for gasoline during '
Other in first aid will
}; ,i, on the high school football field. I i blind since birth. chobee region for their' "unselfish courses the three-day registration period _
be started short
:\; The heavy rain which fell just devotion" in pledging cooperationin probably a this week in the Clewiston area.
; addition'to her she Is time, and it will be to
In parents necessary
All carried out
I :< ,'t,;, before the hour scheduled for the the program to produce syn- registration was
I :11 '; races 'to start no doubt kept attendance :survived by a brother, Phillip thetic rubber for war' 'purposes have as many books'as possible for at the primary school 1 buildinghere

L,i '. down but in spite of this Joseph Thielen, Jr. ? "whether we rake any money or these courses. I If I with the school operating' for
those three days. Tuesday, Wed: '
not. .
'i.; 2 there was a large crowd present '
t,; f 'to urge, their ,favorite entries to "The' involved chemical processesof nesday and Thursday on a rainy s
GRADE SCHOOL TO day schedule, from eight o'clock
.:' J"greater effort converting the juice of sugar
.ti one o'clock. Registration was
,'. Atss: The scheduled eight races had to I cane, the starch 'of sweet potatoes!;!
then from o'clock
.f H. 'he stretched to ten to accommodate and' the oil of peanuts into, essentials carried on one
: ,: HOLD PROMOTIONPROGRAM until six during these three after-
..' {I '-': all of the 197 entries and no doubt SEVENTH PLACE IN for vital war necessitiessuch
'f <:.:: ;',.' other races could have been runt as rubber, resins and ex- noons. .

'"'<:..--t I ; -with last minute, entries had It been plosives are'difficult for most of MAY 22The The number of "A" cards, for non-

) v f\' ;i desired. Interest was ,sustained at MIAMI SPELLING BEEElsie us dirt farmers to understand. But essential driving, outnumbered almost -

;f,..::.k *. a high pitch through all the races the growers of the lake region have three to one the "B" cards

:,;. and this reached a climax when the accepted at face value, the'word of elementary school's pr'omo- which fit' those motor vehicles

,.;,;: \: championship race was run at, the Martin of Clewiston, daughter the experts of the United States tion program will be given next which provide' transportation. for
; -\ .. last between the No. 1 gophers of Sugar Corp., that these productscan people to and from work, the number -
:-I of Mrs. W. N. Martin:! took, Friday evening in the high school
"fC-: : the ten races. The, winner of this be obtained and they have com- I being 822 and 296. There were
auditorium o'clock
at eight and
seventh place in the district spell- cards unlimited
only 56 issued for
f' municated to the department of
:: \ ,\ championship race was the, entry everyone is cordially invited to at-
,',<}(:v','; :',; ",of Shorty's Barber Shop and gave ing match in Miami's Bayfront agriculture their determination to tend. gasoline, the "X" card.. '

; ,,i 5 :. Shorty Musgrave the twenty-five Park Saturday night spelling eleven 'do our share in the successful "There appeared to be consider- '

:..'J,":, -::. ,"', _'dollar defense bond. Only a couple ,words correctly before being downed prosecution of the national war The following program -has been able misunderstanding concerning

;?, A ;( :,'J' of 'nose wrinkles behind was, the by the word "cordially." effort'," said the commissioner. ,arranged: the rationing restrictions and there ,

::tt'i* '; Hopkins Building entry. Elsie was. runner-up to Mary, ,Mayo revealed that a .committee Opening Prayer-Father' T. 'J. were many complaints caused large-
Davidson, also of Clewiston; in the Geary. ty this .
s ly by misunderstanding.Each
:f'\ :; In ,the regular races prizes of representing independent farmers Song-Sixth Grade Class.
matches here but left ,
county Mary
':.':;" '' awarded to holding than 100,000 productive motor vehicle owner filled .
.: more
: ; .', defense stamps were .Talk! -Mrs. Charlotte Wals'toneighth ,
out of the "r's" in "embarrass
one out his 'application for the type of
second winners around the shores of
t first, and third place acres
} grade teacher. ,
( her first word.
card which he best fitted
Lake Okeechobee had addressed thought
... and 50c.
-$2.50, $1.00
; ,: contestants 'Address-Rev. John N. Mont-
The first'se'en
'were ,
.. his needs and Prof. R. W., Turk
resolutions to him, to other state
,. 4' 'In the first race Pop Kelly'sentry pastor of the Community
all that spelled past :the, first word, gomery ,
and Mr; Martin were on hand to
officials and to the War Produc-
Jt ":; ai-: first Paul Emrich I
took place, Church. J
: fourteen going down inthe first ca'rd
advise as to the 'type of need-
',": ;'.: : second and Clewiston Realty: and round. tion Board asking that everything Presentation of perfect attendance
., : ; be done ed.
to insure
: : possible prompt
: Development Corporation third. The winner of the Miami bee; a ,certificates, yearly honor roil '** >
'" 1"... construction of The-'c-cuniyL.defense council office
; I I necessary. process-
; ',,}<:. The second race was won by the Dade County girl, won the right to I ing facilities. certificates, promotion certificates stated this morning"that' 'the con ..,
-\S: \ ,--, ,Amoco entry with Bob pottery and represent the district in ,Washington by Prof. R. W. Turk. -,
'. .. ::iY'i: i;. Sharon Crochet taking second and at the ,national meet the expenses The 'farmer demand grows out ofa Student Farew'ell-Carline Berner. fusion existing, as to the exact.uses f
: .
of the various 'cards would be
proposal made 'to them' two 'weeks
',' ;,: 4../?, third. of the trip to be assumedby poss'ible'thro '
ago by' Clarence R. Bitting, president Student Welcome -Jo Ann Crouchof clarified if: gh communication
5' > the Miami Herald of : -
The third race put Shorty's Barber sponsors
; with the office of the
of United States Sugar Corp., the seventh grade.
:. 'J :,; Shop in the running for the ,the contest. administrator.
;:', ';. ;,:: .. grand prize with Herring' and ,Hud- The winner of the match, Lillian that they farm half of a projected Song-"Auld Lang Syne," Sixth
:; 100,000-acre planting of According to the information
cane, Grade. ,
-. Farber of Ida Fisher school of .
y, second and Owen M.
'. speth placing
,:' : ", sweet potatoes and peanuts to pro-_ Closing Prayer ..:........ Rev. H. C. given by the local rationing board,
f. w., =i'c Winn, third. Miami, spelled 26 words withouta
vide, essentials for vital war supplies l\I ador, ib their interpretation of 'the rationingreguHtiovns -
: miss, .enough to .cinch the' win
:;- :Th synthetic =
... h'ed- over Georgia"Riddle of Delray 'Beach --- r- z---- ; "' .
if' /'Sw.: lp.e'with the Bitting, contemplates''ask ng the mot6ris: 'to" -
ws : govern s secure
.: -': >1' ": ""eral'"Savings and Loan ....Association word who went down "on her twenty-fifth ment financing for: $50,000,00"b: of Home Canning SugarIs seven units of gasoline between now

:, :y:, : second and Glen Brower third. ; "emeritus. Katherine Scottof the estimated $75,000,000 agri- Now AvailableThe and July ,1. The unit is now three
S Cocoa High went out on her
:t( ,, The Hopkins Building' entry took cultural and industrial installationsand gallons, and may be cut to two
twenty-second word \
,4;,-;. <:>:" the fifth race with J. M. :Couse i inS has pledged that the 'sugar according to recent information.The .
Thelma LaMar of Fort Lauderdale rationing board announces
,V". "1" *". second -place ,and, Dan Allen ''third. on her twentieth: "plebeian,." 'Truby company and the independent grow- this week. that certificates 'are now "A" drivers may: ;use their gas
Li Service ,Station ers' will 'provide the: remainder in 'any, time' they see fit but will be
/-:? : Sugarland cap-
: t /.. .. Ward of Mims Elementary in on hand for the issuance of sugar
v, :, \< v',:: lured the sixth event with! T. H. Brevard County, the only boy participating (Continued on' page 81] 'for home canning to those who hold. unable to obtain, other cards until
'-;"-. '->.%;' :_ Jones a close second and' Bessie ; missed his eighteenthword sugar ration\ books.' after this period is! finished.

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., 'i:? f Don ''Varner was winner of' the Glades entrant, Dorothy Arnold Orders Received five pounds a year' for canning so cars In their' work to get more. gaso-

*">: : seventh race with Turner 'Electric missed "incessant,." her fifteenth that 'a '''family offive may procure line ,but they are prohibited from

';.' **", '' in second place and 'M.' W. Bigg word., Man Observation Posts twenty-five pounds:: It is pointed any pleasure driving in these cars.,

:')',"J!._, 0' running third. The two girls 'were accompaniedto out that Florida people, are, luckyin Should they fail to have enough

t. (*$ ,rv: ":: The eighth race was won by Otto Miami by Mary's parents, Mr. this respect for in many states gasoline to carry them through, the

': '... :',,:' ',' Larsen with 'Emma Jayne Ezelle and Mrs. G. A. Davidson. Each E. M. Cornette, in charge of the only one pound per person 'is be- period and can show\ that they have

;-: ,. taking second place and Lucille receIved two dollars prize moneyin air raid observation posts in this ing allotted. '. not used their 'car except for busi-

s;:: :" ':. Downs and O, A.' Jones, tying for Miami and Mary won ten dollars part "of the county, received, orders Inquiries, for these, certificates ness use they may appeal to' the

;',.'':_ :'.','.,..;' third.. and Elsie five. dollars in county early Saturday ,to man these posts, may' be made at the ,rationing local rationing board for another
,, '
:'' ':: ; Sharon Crochet was winner of competition., twenty-four hours a day for, an indefinite board's office in the Hopkins Build- card. -

;", T-t;, the ninth race with Vaughn and period and the posts were ing on Mondays, Wednesdays and "X"' cards are, for unlimited u'se

.' ':t v ,",.l, Wright in second and Dick Hooks Patterson's Statement I manned for 'forty-eight hours. Fridays.' and apply to doctors, law: enforcement '

?::1 t S '::' third. However, at the end' of this Those who failed to secure gaso- officers, ministers and a few

:l't-, : The final race was won by Tommy: period Mr. Cornette got in touch line cards during the registrationmay other classes.

rr: Carpenter with Mary Neely and On Gasoline' RationingThe ,with the Interceptor Command for do so now 'by applying. 'at 'the White gasoline for stoves out-

f fa .'. :Bill ,Davis ,placing second and third. this district and asked them' for information rationing office. board motors and other uses will

t : The derby was arranged by A.. following statement is released on manning the posts not be rationed but .each purchaserwill
r.::! W. Sias and Dan Padgett and alF inasmuch as the personnel is sadly For be required to sign a slip' at
.t this week by R. Y.' Patterson, 4,955 Registered '
F ;. ready they're being asked to stage chairman of the Hendry County depleted through so many moving the service station where the gasoline -
:: another in the near future. This away from the city'during the past is procured.
; Defense Council, on gasoline ration- In This County
.' will probably be done as the club few weeks. They agreed to senda Sugar Trucks of all kinds were exempted -
ing in ,which he appeals to the patriotism -
;'. had to purchase gophers for the man out as soon as possible to from rationing but it is
I' of the people, to 'make the '
i derby and they 'will be at hand for rationing of gasoline effective and assist with the reorganization of Figures released Monday by L. understood that a strict ,watch will'

'. any: such matches in the future. TheIr '' the observer personnel. I M. Jennings county rationing ad- be kept on trucks to prevent them
; points out' that the slight i inconvenience ,
Ir," club hopes to' clear'close to a hundred caused by limited gaso- Meanwhile Mr. Cornette is ministrator, show that 4,955 con- being used unnecessarily for pleasure -
dollars from the awaiting Instructions and is not driving.
races. for
War Ration Books pur-
line use is as'nothing compared to I sumer
: attempting to man the posts with Many service ,stations of the
issued duringthe
what other people in other nations chase of sugar were
: the few available watchers but it community sold out of'gasoline the
last weekin
"Her Country Cousin"Presented are being required to undergo: four day registration
h: is expected that vounteers will be elementary (Continued, on Page 4)
This message is to tell you of a Hendry County
asked within the next few days so
Friday Night great privilege that has"come to schools.Of .
that the work can go ahead. The Entertain
books Scouts
t each and every one of us. I mean this number 3,226 Boy
__ alert is evidently meant, to give
A s... in the Clewis-
'7- .. the privilege of :getting into the went to consumers
#5'S "Her Country Cousin," a three- front lines in that fight for free more complete training than ton. area which took In Harlem Legionnaires TuesdayThe
act comedy drama, written and heretofore in watching for planes.Band whites and col-
dom which our country and the and Bare Beach,
presented by pupils of the sixth 'other twenty-five United Nationsare i 1 ored. {

grade for the benefit of their waging today. Concert PlannedAt The LaBelle area took in De- Clewiston American Legion

.: .. garden club fund, played to a On everyside we have all heard naud, Felda and Devil's Garden Post, sponsors' ,of'the local Boy

good-sized and enthusiastic audience people say, "What' can. I do?" Our Sugarland ParkA and '1,729 stamp certificates were Scout troop, were entertained, by

' :.. at the school building Friday ,night. boys are off to, the far-flung battlefronts there. the Scouts Tuesday night with a rib

:,. .- The playwright was Carline, Ber- of the world-to seek out roast at the barbecue pits on the

f ': ner, sixth grade daughter of Mr. the enemy and bring to him the band concert is being planned U. S. Coast Guard I ridge.

and Mrs. Carl H. Berner. Carline destruction he has so long courted. I at the Sugarland Park] Auditoriumon I: The Legion furnished ,the meat

not only wrote the play but playedthe Our merchant seamen are con- the, night of May 28th to which I To Acquire Boats : but the boys prepared it and serv-

most difficult role, that of the fronting the enemy on all the seven not only employees, of the sugar ed it with the necessary extras including

"Country Cousin." The play was seas; the civilians of our' Allies are I corporation are invited but citi- I The' U. S. Coast Guard announced bread, pickles, cole slaw,

an ambitious undertaking and was (Continued on page 8) zens of the 'community, air field. today that it will consider the coffee and other things. Every
'" well done. There were twenty members employees and all others who would acquisition of boats of more than member was loud in praise' of the

a... of the cast all sixth grade enjoy the concert. fifty ((50) feet which have berth food and were loathe to leave to

: pupils who were directed and First Aid Film To The auditorium seats approxi- and mess accommodations for six or hold the regular business meetingat

;, I coached by their teacher, Mrs. E. H. mately seven hundred people andit I eight men. These boats must be the Inn.

Walston, assisted by Mrs.. J.! Be- Here TuesdayA is expected that it will be filledto capable of self sustained operationon At this business meeting: officersfor

Vaughn.One capacity for this program: The harbor patrol duty. the ensuing year were installed -

'v of the hits of the eveningwas United States Sugar Corporation Boats under fifty ((50) feet with by Dr. W. J.' Buck of Belle

the finale.. "God Bless Amer- Red Cross First Aid film h'as gained a reputation for its able only limited accommodations, to Glade as* follows':
ica," In which the entire cast took "Before the Doctor' Comes," will rendition of difficult band numbersand perform less extended patrol duty R. N. Miller Commander.

part, led by ,the majorette, Jo Anne be presented FREE at High School the concerts are a treat to are also needed. G. B. Thomas, Vice-Commander.

Ehlers, and accompanied by Mrs. Auditorium Tuesday night, May 19, everyone.It Boat owners Interested in selling F.. E. Conkling, ,.Adjutant..

r.-. Ehlers. Jo Anne also gave an in- at eight o'clock. Picture has Is, planned to have these con- boats of either type are Invited to O. A. Jones Historian.

teresting exhibition of baton twirling thirty minute run and will be certs in the future on the last''communicate with the U. S. Coast R. M. Bishop(. ,Qhat:>laln.

which was much enjoyed. shown a. second time If: necessary Thursday ,night in each month. Guard Base at Fort Lauderdale. E. M. Cornette Sergeant-at-Arma.


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Famed Indian Scouts of Arizona r ,Partners of the strangest NatureOne partner- ]

ships in nature is that of the yucca !I

Share Memory of Glorious PastThese plant and the yucca moth, which

cannot live without each other, ,
says Collier's. The plant is fer- ;

famous Indian scouts stationed at Ft. Huachuca, Arizona, were tilized only by pollen that is
-JufJliftut GftambeM brought to it by this insect, and 1
the Civil The
originally mustered into army shortly after war. government the insect's larvae are able to sur-
recruits these scouts there are only seven left. When
no longer as .+ vive only food
fq? > on furnished by this .of-
they retire and are discharged this once famous organization will be onlya ,;_!: ;: rt plant. Incidentally, the moth "

memory. Today the members of the detachment are performing value >',;!!: : '.. <; &.#W.ft.,...:(.'; :&: 'Pf' spends the daylight hours within '

able service as reservation range and fire guards. Many tales have been % ltWt r''U">><.< the closed blossom, as both are j

told of the bravery of Indian scouts attached to regular army units. ." $;; A'j" nocturnal. \

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L A N Y at 'N 7a +N. 3Q, 7
First Achieve Honor

1 i d' C r : ,M'? JLw You
: can not believe in honor

x \t until you have achieved it. Bet- ;

y4'iyC ryv r.Nky ter keep yourself clean and bright;

j' \ v \ ; ..F rv %x, f! ,Jx k you are the window through which
E '' you must see the world.-George
C cN Y\'t S'
$fff Bernard
A r t Shaw.


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(See Recipes Below) 6 In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets, E
there are no chemicals, no minerals no
phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are dif-
Kitchen Comfort ferent-act different.
This Week's Menu Purely vegetable-a
combination of 10 vegetable ingredients

Spring Fever? Are the warm lazy formulated over 50 years ago. Uncoatedor
'Broiled Shoulder Lamb Chops candy coated, their action is depend
L days working havoc with your desire Lima Beans in Tomatoes able, thorough yet gentle, .as millions .

,.; to cook, to Hashed Brown Potatoes of NR's have proved. Get a 25# box
,- < r 1 .t work in the kitchen today. .. or larger size.
.k'k,!;; economy
f: .a.nwrxvwwsYwWE" 'Y roii' ..triJmaanwaa 'farms.''uwxwvfmm la'ra+'.y7bwseobvA.h "a' wf.4'.,ik + 'Bran Sour Cream Muffins
? Then dispel
: Corporal Jim Lane, U. S. army scout, second from right, shakes these lagging feelings 'Wilted Lettuce Salad :

;.,' hands with John Rope (Black Larriet) retired U. S. army scout, who tell I put with- together quickly 'Frozen Prune Whip sR .f'041.7" ,....,.
.' the battles Coffee Tea Milk
.X of many in which he has fought. meals that cut

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a minimum ?
with a solution of 3 quarts of warm (OATED
and the use of your oven to practi-
cally nothing. wafer and 1 tablespoon of soda. .,
t t' kr )4 REGULAR!
\ This is the season to make the Wipe with a cloth wrung in ,clean, ,

,, 3L ,: most of your broiler and meats that- clear w.tcr :end dry thoroughly before ... I;

.4; "are at helrt eSt when fiio led. Broiler returning the food and traysto

E r specialties are lamb' chops (both' the box.'Broiled. JRUFAST i

shoulder and loin), steaks, thick Shoulder Lamb Chops. Pain goes quick corns I
ham slices, and young Chickens. If Have lamb shoulder chops boned speedily removed when
you use thla. soothing I
you heat your oven very hot and and rolled and cut into slices about 1 cushioning Dr. Scholl'g

'% i ; t4tft also the pan in which you are broil- inch thick. Thor- 4 if} Zlno-pads. Try them

ing your meat before you put the oughly preheat ___ .;'
meat into the oven, you will actually broiling oven with :;-

T Ty be cutting down the time you regulator set for

ft:; ,r R4 n'i' xr't have your oven on. In this way broiling. Place ,

;( z'firEr. rr. : you are way ahead on economy of lamb chops on If You Bake at Home .

EI' )\ heat and also in keeping your rack so that there We have prepared, and will send ,' ,'

55cw kitchen comfortably cool. is a distance of /-_ j absolutely'' free to you a yeast r

; V To cut' down the time you spendin about 3 inches between "- recipe book full of such" grand '

actual cooking, select foods that top'of chops and, source of recipes as Oven Scones, Cheese'

: J ki cook quickly or that can be cooked heat. If this distance must be less, Puffs, Honey Pecan Buns, Coffee
reduce the Cakes and Rolls. Just drop a card
55. 5-,_.'..&..... ,_ .. and served together. Our menu today temperature accordingly.
-- is a good example, of this: the When one side is nicely browned, with your name and address to

: Private Andrew Paxson Sgt. Sinew L. Riley typifies the lamb chops broil quickly and the season with salt and pepper, turn Standard Brands Inc., 691 Wash-

and Indian in lima beans boil and finish cooking. This requires ington St., New York City.Adv.a1TT11.
,: scaling a dangerous peak I I eyes ears of scouts brought to a and
ter look-out. ur"I this century. cooked quickly take only 'as much about 15 minutes. ,Serve with to-
matoes which stuffed with
time: as the lamb chops to cook until are
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erator or icebox undoubtedly zooms 1 cup flour GEt

,'.'. upward quite fast with the first appearance 1 teaspoon soda
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of warmer weather. In- 1 teaspoon salt "

deed, what could you possibly do 1 cup sour cream Ooe itpee .p put.y 0 I
without refrigeration that keeps Vz cup molasses F :

fruits, vegetables, 2 tablespoons water 1'1 ,
leftovers meats II 1 beaten c r t pt ue nEtAIG i
egg, tf
jii, milk, butter, eggs 2 cups bran cereal 4d atcts /NORpoT

and countless other Sift together flour, soda and salt.
kq1; productinperfect i Combine cream, molasses, water

condition? and egg. Stir into dry ingredientsand 40
In[ what other add bran cereal. Fill well-

4y wy / ?Lbi 4f place could you I greased muffin tins two-thirds full

possibly store and bake in a moderate oven (350

away the salad to keep crisp and degrees) for 20 to 25 minutes. o Relieve MONTHLYFEMALE f :

cool and the delectable desserts that Wilted Lettuce.

must remain firm before serving? 4 slices bacon, cut in small PAIN

r y>r rtbl Those reasons are enough to make pieces and fried brown
you keep your refrigerator in the S
% vinegar
cup If suffer monthly cramps, backache -
you ,
of condition but the limitation
recent % cup water nervousness distress of I
on making and selling refrigerators 1 "Irregularities" to functional I
teaspoon sugar
monthly disturbances-try Lydia E.
will certainly give you When bacon is browned, add other Plnkham's Vegetable Compound at
further reason to cherish it with ingredients and heat to boiling point. once I Plnkham's Compound is one
% medicine you can buy today made.
w z best
r the possible care.
Pour over lettuce. Sliced hard- especially for women.

11'io; '. These grizzled Indian features make; a very interesting picture. Leftto the Keep sun the that refrigerator comes into the away kitchen.from cooked eggs and a little diced onion month Taken Plnkham's regularly thruout Compound the
may be added to make the salad helps build up resistance against ".
right: Corporal Jim Lane John and Y32.
Rope Kassey Keep it away from the stove, too, extra delicious. such symptoms. Follow label direc

.- ,.. .,,. ., and give it enough space for good tions. Worth trying
} Prune
? : :: Frozen Whip.
{ :
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SUNDAY Lesson where, to an ordinaryeye
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Y TAYLO.R By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. Nothing so much prevent our be ,
" QBeltr SYLVIA W-N U Rekasol Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago ing natural as the desire of appear. k
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.I. THE STORY SO FAR: Joan Leland is to Karl Miller. Had he suspectedher The sweet liquor burned her throat ;
discharged and. refused an explanationby plan of enlisting Sybil's aid? but it warmed her. manners are finer than
her employer, Arthur Mulford. She But how could he? And why would' Paul was bending over the fire- Lesson for May 17 even the most awkward manifestation -
accepts another secretarial'post from stirring the logs of good will to others.
Sybil say, "I'll be back soon"? Sure- place adding pa-
handsome Karl Miller, owner of a night Anon.
club. Fascinated, she permits his lovemaking ly it could not be so "terrible. per and kindling until the fire Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
"I'm Joan told her- glowed with a bright blaze. and copyrighted by International Good manners are made up
with just nervous,
though her sister Sybil, Council of Religious Education; used by
whom she shares an apartment, suspects She watched him in silence until permission. of petty sacrifices.Emerson.To .
Karl's motives. Paul Sherman, self.She tried to light the fire but it he had finished. be always thinking about your '
Karl's manager, warns Joan against Karl refused to burn and smouldered out, "Now listen to me, Joan and listen TUESDAY: THE DAY OF manners is not the way to make them
but refuses to give any reason. She de. leaving the room in dismal silence. I carefully." CONFLICT good; the very perfection of mannersis
livers, at Karl's request, a mysterious Clasping her hands, Joan walked I Her green eyes regarded him with not to think about yourself.
I message to a tramp steamer late at around the room. "I've got to talk loathing. "Spies! But you can't LESSON TEXT-Matthew 22:41-23:11. Whately. .
night, discovering that Paul Is following with it. You GOLDEN TEXT-The stone which the '
get can't keepme Striking
to she thought hysteri- away manners are bad
her. She defends Karl blindly. Paul rescues someone,
builders rejected is become the head of the
I her from Eric Strom, Karl's partner cally. "I can't stand this any longer. from going to the police! You'revery corner.-Mark 12:10. manners.-Robert Hall.

who attempted to Kiss her Hearing: ." clever, aren't you? Talking

;a struggle, Joan later enters Karl's office But as she drew back the window against" Karl while you're just as "By what authority doest thou
In time to see him shoot and kill curtain she Karl Miller's car bad!
saw these things? and who gave thee this Shorthand Skill Can
Eric. He asks her to pick up the gun still in front of the apartment. If Her voice had risen hysterically. "
? Such the
from the floor, then threatens her with "Be quiet!" Paul ordered. "Do authority was challenge Be
Acquired Home
blame for the murder unless she re. she left, he would surely follow her. in here you. Christ faced when He came into the 'at y?
want Karl to ?
mains quiet. Paul enters and Joan is The telephone! She ran across the come temple on the last day that He was
dumfounded when he backs up Karl, re. room and seized it from its placeon "What do I care? Tears to be able to teach there. The chief:
garding her fingerprints on the gun. The the table. With a trembling fin- streamed down the white face and
and Matt. 21:23) "
priests elders ( N
men carry the body out,and,Joan won ger she dialed the operator. The silence she buried her face in her hands. asked it because they knew that [ tt?55 NL -: ,

ders what will now be Karl's attitude of a completely dead wire was "Will you listen to me for. one they had received their authoritywith
toward her. too obvious to be mistaken. minute?" Paul Sherman said in a I
their offices whether appointive -
C Now continue with the story. low voice. ,
She was seized then by absolute or hereditary.Jesus .
panic. She must get out of here-' She did not reply.
CHAPTER IX! held no such position, yet
but how? "My name is not Paul Sherman." He had just driven the money changers -

Karl seemed amused at her out- There was a fire escape on the She sobbed, "What's that to me?" out of what He called "my

burst. Once she had cherished that side of the building that opened off He took her nervous hands and house" the temple. They chal- .1.1I I

tender look. Now,it was loathesometo the kitchen. held them tightly in his own. "It's lenged Him, and through the long I
her. With the madness of despair "Karl couldn't see me there," true I speak German. My grand- day' He answered and also asked

J she struck him full in the Joan said aloud, and the sound of mother was German. But I am Paul them questions. The discussion 'concludes -
: mouth. her own voice frightened her. O'Malley of the Federal Bureau of with His facing of the

Karl stepped back and his face It was then that she heard some- Investigation-the FBI." Pharisees withI. I

4 was white with rage. '"You little thing, like the creaking of a board. Silence. The fire crackled and The Ultimate Question-"What

fool! Do you think it's as easy as'I the rain poured against the windows. ,Think Ye of the Christ?" (22:41-46)).

that? Don't you know you'll be followed I I'IA "The FBI?" Joan repeated. The crux of the entire matter was

'I from the moment you leave 'I "That's right. We've suspectedKarl right there for them, -as it is for us,
this office? You will be driven to Miller of subversive activitiesfor though in a somewhat different

'- work every day by Paul Sherman. a long time but we haven't been sense. They were looking for the Simple Lessons Business Help '

i If you make a false move you will able to get conclusive evidence.I Messiah-the Christ but their idea
; war means more and more
meet with-an unfortunate accident. still haven't got enough to convict THE
of Him was that He would come as for the
II Shall we call it that?" him.-He's too clever for that, thoughI jobs women; government
their royal leader, to break the yokeof particularly ,needs stenog-
Silence. "There must be
some believe he trusts me. One reasonis
Roman and 'set them '
bondage raphers. If you've thoughtof ,f
what ever 1 L
Joan thought "but ?
way, that I speak his language.
free. They knew He was to be the
teaching yourself shorthand
She would tell Sybil! Sybil would ,
"But why didn't tell ? Whydidn't
you me son of David, but they did not see now's the time!,
know what to do. Until then it would "
) A you warn, me? in their Scriptures that this
It won't take to learn. -
: be best to pretend to Karl that he you
He smiled
1 had won. He must believe that she ruefully. gov- one was to be David's greater son You can teach yourself.the funda-
!' was frightened. ernment business, Joan. I'm riskingmy (Matt.12:42)) ; that in the line of mentals of Pitman, ;'shorthand-
neck by revealing my identityto David to the whom
was come one practicing regularly each day.
"It seems that all the cards are ,
you. If Karl finds out who I' David "in the spirit" called "Lord"Ps. *
in hands she admitted.
"Very your clever, of to realize it." am, you know what will happen. I ( 110:1)). They knew about Christ, In 18 simple lessons for home use, our 1-
you had to pretend to agree with him but they did not know Him. 32-page booklet gives you a practical '
Joan wondered if she could
really grounding in Pitman shorthand. Each '
deceive Karl. Even if she were U. The Final Test-Doing, Not lesson includes rules, reading and writing
followed home, he would have no "You mean"pretend to believe,that Just Saying (23:1-4)). exercises, short forms. Send your order

way of knowing what she told Sybil. I_'shot Eric? Having finally closed'their mouths to:

I She could tell Sybil to go to the "That's it. Now Karl will be'sureof (22:46): Jesus proceeded to a solemn

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a, both' followed. Joan could not believe here now. I came ahead of you sees. First of all He declared that'
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"I'm: going home," she said / y 'Joan wiped her eyes. "I tried Notice that He recognized their Name................................. :

wearily, "straight home. You f ,to telephone the"police. The phoneis authority' and their teaching, but" in Address.....................,........iWORLD'S I 1.
needn't worry about my going to the disconnected. severe condemnation pointed out
police tonight." Paul lit a cigarette. "I know. I that they did not live what they pro- '{ f

"I am not in the least worried," )IAl\\Al Jllitll tllJ J did it ,myself. Karl's orders." fessed. That is the criterion by '. .
, Karl said calmly. "You are young I A \ A Joan shuddered and fresh tears which we shall all be judged. Those '

,t and beautiful, and I am sure that \ ) filled her eyes. "Oh, what- a fool who think that because they belongto St.Jos ph ;

' you are not yet ready to die." ........... ... ... ... ..... ...... .... I've been! But I loved him so much! some church, or subscribe to a ASPIRI I]I) .,
i She looked at him and for a moment I didn't know things like this really creed, or speak a smooth word of: _:
it she found note LARGEST SELLER
i! she longed to see that other Tearing open a happened. I thought all the spy testimony they may then live as _
Karl the Karl she had loved. in Sybil's handwriting. "I'll be back ', :.1
: talk was ,just propaganda. What they please, will find themselves
j! Tears stung in her eyes. How could soon. "Something terrible has hap- shall I do now? What can I do?" standing with' the scribes and Phari- A VEGETABLE

she have been so blind? pened. "Do you know about Karl's.wife?" sees on the judgment day. Why

"Y u, can't trust any man,'; Joan It seemed to come from the kitchen. Color flooded her pale cheeks. keep that kind of company? laxative

,. _, thought bitterly. Even Paul Sherman Joan stood still. She 'was afraid to "Yes. He told me tonight after III. 'The Great HypocrisyPridePosing h .
I who had warned her about move. you left'' the club. He seemed very As Piety ((23:5-9)). For Headache, ;.

f Karl, was involved in the spy ring. Her hand felt for the switch and amused by the whole situation." They were, oh, so religious! In- ITfHc w4 Sour Stomach -
He had warned her about Karl O
: but the living room was flooded with "I wanted to tell you, Joan, butI terpreting literally and mechanically $, and DizzySpells when
he better.
was no light. didn't dare take the chance of God's command that they keep ",'i11 i'JII,'; caused by Con-
"You didn't have to far
go so "That's better," she thought, and Karl's finding out that, I'd double- His law' always near them in action stipation. :Use
did Karl? Joan asked "ttllJ
you, now. went into the bedroom to put on her crossed him. You understand. This (hand) and in thought (mind) (see ,!,I onlyasdirected.
"You 'didn't have to pretend to love t
did ?" hat and coat. Against the window- business is.more important than ei- Deut. 6:8; 11:18), they made showy / 15 doses for
you pane slow rain had begun to fall. ther of us." leather cases and wore them on only 10 cents.
"You are Karl
very charming,
said, bowing. Joan looked out a front window Suddenly Joan rose crying, "And wrist and forehead as containers of

.. "And you are,very clever, but if again. Karl was still there! The fire Sybil! Paul, Sybil's not here! She the written Word. They loved the 1
you hadn't asked me to escape was her only chance. The left a note saying that something chief seats and the titles of distinc-
4 ." marry you apartment was on the second floor terrible had happened I'm tion. And all this was done in the

"That proved I my sincerity?" and there was a good drop to the afraid! Karl ."- name of religion. What hypocrisy!

"Yes. Although I'm ashamed .to ground, but a small garden made Paul glanced at "his watch. "Al But wait are we any better?
admit it." it safe to jump."I most one o'clock." What about the preacher who is not ft W ,

"Perhaps it would interest you to 'can make it," Joan said. "I "Paul!" She seized his arm. "Do happy unless he is invited into the aches and pains of,

know that I already have a wife must!" you think that Karl would ." pulpit? What about those who takeor : RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
." then he added smoothly, "in She reached the kitchen where He shook his-head. "I don't know.I accept the titles which our Lord ,;
my own country." Sybil's note still lay upon the ta- don't honestly know. But I have a expressly forbids? What about thosein T"t

ble. The shade was drawn over the plan. Listen carefully ." the pew,. as much as in the pulpit

... This was the final blow. kitchen window. Joan advanced towards 1 (and perhaps more), who want to

"If you are ready to go home," it and stretched out her hand Joan and Paul s quietly togetheron I be recognized as "the masters" of
Karl suggested, "I will drive you." when another sound came from the couch before the blazing fire I the church? ,To be sure, they do not

"Very well," Joan answered ex- without-the unmistakable sound of and she listened as Paul told about always wish it to be so crudely put

pressionlessly."There footsteps upon the iron staircase. the spy ring and the part he wanted as that, but they do expect to be BRINGS BLESSED RELIEF

must be some way," Joan There was a soft tapping upon the her to play in the future."I recognized as such "or elseThis
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al," Karl was saying. "Paul will no one. Then she heard a voice: thorities. He must have confidencein Recognition (23:10,11).

drive you to work after this. You ."Joan! Open the window." his own power if we are ever He that is mastered of Christ is
!. understand?" It was Paul Sherman! Joan drew going to get at the bottom of this." ready to be the servant of all. To
"I understand perfectly." back and as she did so Paul's head The girl was silent. exalt Him is to at once do away

For moment they stared at each appeared. Had Karl sent him to "It's our only chance," Paul said with self-praise and self-glory. Pridein
other. Sweethearts an hour ago. get her? She shrank against'the wall kindly. "I know how difficult it will position, and the desire to be "All the Traffic

Now enemies forever. Swiftly Joan of the kitchen, watching his plead- be for you but if you went to the praised and recognized by men, in-
turned and ran up the steps.In ing gestures for admittance. Then authorities now, nothing could be evitably lead a man into a pitfallin
the living room she was greeted she saw that the window was un- proved. ,I haven't any conclusive which he is humbled. On the Would Bear-

with darkness and silence. She locked. Paul could easily open it evidence against Karl yet. And he'd other hand, the one who in humility

switched on one small lamp and himself. He saw the change of expression certainly involve you in Eric's murder serves the Lord will, to his own
called, "Sybil, where are you?" on her face, and caughtits ." surprise, find that God has exalted
But only her own voice soundedin meaning.A "All right, Paul," she said with him. The way up is down. O There was a time in America

the high-ceilinged rooms. Strangethat moment later he was in the sudden decision. "I'll do it." "Torrey," said a well known when there were no set'prices.
.. Sybil should not be home yet. kitchen with the window locked be- He patted her arm, "Good girl! preacher with whom Dr. Torrey was
Apparently she had not returned hind him. Karl's sure to give himself away associated in a great conference, Each merchant charged what

from work. Joan ran into the bed- Paul looked sharply at her. "Stt especially since he now thinks that "you and I are the most important he thought "the traffic would

room. It was undisturbed. In the down," he ordered' "You look likea he can trust me. Of course you understand men in Christian work in this coun- bear." Advertising came to
kitchen there were no signs that ghost. Have you any whiskey?" you are not to reveal my try." Not long afterward God set
Sybil had eaten her dinner. And "There's some brandy in the identity to anyone, even your sis that man aside. Quite different was the rescue of the consumer.It .

then on the kitchen table Joan saw kitchen," Joan said. Her teeth were ter." the spirit of D. L. Moody, who at led the way to the estab-"
an envelope. Tearing it open, she chattering. She was shaking she "Sybil! Paul, what are we goingto the height of his ministry for God
found a note in Sybil's handwriting."I'll could scarcely talk. 'do about Sybil?" would say, "There are better men lished prices you pay when

be back soon. Something terrible Paul found the bottle and returned "I don't know. But I can't see here behind me on the platform to ,you buy anything today.
has happened ." with-it to the living room. He helda what Karl'would have against her. speak when I am through"-and. ho
) rj A cold chill of premonition swept small glass to her lips. "Drink It doesn't add up." really believed it! I "
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KEATIILEY' BOWDEX, Editor h Y District one-M. 0. Allen For War Production,

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February Entered as Ii Fioidatundereti second c'assm* l Office matter inClewiston :: : By RUSSELL KAY :: None of the candidates for party In every village, 'town' and city \

e Act of offices fad opposition., On t1 estate in the nation, and oftentimes in ,
[March 3, 1897.Subscr1lltlon .;. President Florida Press Associations :i:: democratic' executive committee the rural districts there are itemsof -

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Rate $2.00 Per Ycnr.AdYcrtifcinff .vv C. A. Davis Mrs. condition
; Congressional are that can be used today 1
Late for Last Week) teis from their boy, .it is true, but husband
Rates On .Application ( Olney O'Banion and her with good effect in building war
boys, ,busy with war, have a way of '
I T. Hugh O'Banion; on the county public works projects.
The approach of "Mother's forgetting to say the little things
and welfare letter from Mrs. Alma committee are 1\1. J. Bush, Mrs. Reid W. Diggcs, Regional Repre- :
Devoted to the advancement brings me a that mothers long' to hear Then : -
Nancy H. Stewart in District 2, E.
and Hendry County. sentative of the Federal Works Ad-
of Clewiston Allen of Oldsmar, reminding me they always have a feeling that the
that a'' column on this subject boy isn't telling them of his trou- L. Stallings, Mrs. Ruth E. De- ministration in Atlanta, wants a \ !

might not be amiss. bles as he doesn't want to Laney in District 3, Lubbert Cole- list: and description of everything .....
A\EAVDER. c=C=TJJl man, Mrs. Jane Walker in District of this nature that can be used in
I have called
bother them assuring
On other occasions or and your
't. ..a FLORIDA/ PRESS ASSOCIATION/ v\ Mother" 4, M. N. Taylor, Mrs. Margaret its present condition, in order thatit
"Adopt he looked,
attention the a letter telling how well
NATIONAL Imr ASSOCIATION y Reeves in District 5. When the be substituted for'
1941 V plan inaugurated by Mrs. Allen and describing how he enjoyed his may new ma-
county committee ,meets to or- terials now so vitally needed in the
some years ago 'in an effort to day, will mean more than you ever
bring a bit of ,cheer and sunshineinto know. ganize representatives for Districtone production of planes, tanks, ships,

Sugar. Then Gasoline. What the lives of lonely, heartsick 'Round about you are Florida will be recommended for'ap- guns and other engines of war.

next, rice? mothers, and told how the movement mothers who have boys away from pointment.

had spread and the good It home. They will be thinking ,about Sitting as a canvassing board BUY WAR 'BONDSCLEWISTON.

looks like Hitler's big spring had accomplished.This them more than ever this "Moth

offensive might have back-fired. year "Mother's Day" takeson er's Day." You can help ,a lot by -::-:-:-:..:-:-:-:..:-:-:-:'--:.-.:--:--:.-.:-:..:-:-: .. .. : .:. ; .. .
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a new significance letting know that you, Ii >
Anyway the war may cause, peo- Millions of mothers throughout our think of "Bill" or "Jack" or "Sam." i:

pIe to learn how to v live at home land have sent their boys to the They will appreciate your friendly i j
again. colors with a cheery smile and brave inquiry about him and get a happy _:

front when their hearts were aching. thrill in showing you his pictureIn 1 i

the They have turned away as the lad uniform or maybe reading you
We'll bet that a position on i_ GOLF I
, rationing board could be purchased departed in order to hide their bits from some of his letters. : COURSEPublic

reasonably. sorrow. Courageously they'vechoked Getting back to my friend Mrs.
very their sobs and hidden t I::
back :
( Allen-every day is "Mother's, 5>ay"
their tears. with her. She Is devoting her life InvitedS
; The business of a salesman these ." ::
i. days appears to be to reject orders Never was there a greater op- to searching out weary and neglected .I '.,.. .. .. "

'. rather than accept them. portunity to show our appreciationthan mothers and administering to .,..: : ,.. .; Xf ,
now. Here in Florida we have their needs, not so much with :t: I. :..' :: .
.. thousands of boys in our training money, for she has little, but with .:. Y'. :
. Auto wrecks :will soon be making -. !* *
who have anxious : '
t camps. Boys something that means much more ::
the front pages again as big mothers at home wondering how -her love and thoughtful attention.She h

.' news. they are getting along, what they "adopts" mothers and admin- J. 1

" are doing, and the countless other isters to them in many ways, and t* Showers installed
: in
,. The gopher derby was an outstanding questions that mother-love presentsto the best part of it is that these .i: :i_:
success, a lot of harmless
an anxious mind/ favored mothers do not know they .ii. '. ;
fun and raised money for a good .. .
r.o.,, Other mothers do not even ,know have been "adopted." They only ,

:; cause. where their boys'are.' The busi- know they have found a kind and :*_: rooms ."., I". I r I
'- ness of war is exacting and ofttimes sympathetic friend who always .: ... I
: Hendry County'squota of war mail is long delayed and no one
seems to appear at the right mo- h. I
bonds and stamps'seems rather knows the pain and suffering that -
ment and never fails to cheer and r-
: high but it can and should be mothers experience in times like I
. reached. Have you bought your-' these. .- uplift them. ; Greens in excellent condition 1

r.: share this month? "Mother's Day" will have a new .;.
GasolineContinued I I't
meaning this year for thousands of :
, If by walking a few miles each boys who find themselves away y
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week we can help lick the Japs we from home, for the first time in ( from Page 1) Y h
s k.; shouldn't complain. Our patriotism their lives. Some will write letters, -
:2: -
F should take care of all that the send flowers or gifts-but that first of the week and were out : Keep physically" Play .Golf -
until filled up Thursday. At 'least ':::
rationing regulations neglected., won't heal the loneliness In their i : '
: one was still closed this '
ij ".' hearts. I morning so' many: of those motoristswho j ... ,. :1..l'- t
: RAF cadets wanted to --
t. A hundred :: "
about it.
Let's do something We '
week-end' and had planned: to greet the rationing ,:: J. '. T' .r ,_,;: J.. ti w :=:...'
r to Miami for ; -
go the can open our hearts and our homes period with a full tank of :i: .,s-. ,> ;>:., -
,', could not charter a bus. Neither to these boys. Why not get In t
gas ::
are they likely to find private cars contact with the camp nearest you were disappointed. :|: MEMBERSHIP i '

[., now to use their rationed 'gas to and arrange to have a boy or twoas It is admitted by the govern- y

:, take them down. But then these' jour guest on "Mother's--.Day." ment that many details of the .rationing :I i: DAILY GREEN FEES :;:

t ", "- English boys are accustomed to Many of them would enjoy attending plan were not worked out as h
' they should have been before rat- .:.
: rationing. church services and being in a ioning begun. For this ::N N:N:N N:N:N:N:ti N N N:N:N:N:N N N:N N:N:-'.N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:..:N...:N:N:N:N:N:N:N 1.: :N:.;;.
was reason -
real home once more. Invite them'to ., ,
it Is hoped that everyone will be _
r- dinner, arrange for them to meet .
u -
. .. .. patriotic and make every effort to. : : ;' : 1 ;.._ ,_' ':: -_ : '.'
. N:::: :":":"; '. :--: :":":":":":":":":-:-:-:-:-:-: the young folks of your home and _
, neighborhood.You cut down on gasoline usage rather"
than making effort to find -
an loopholes
will be surprised how much
r r'_ 0 RAMBLINGS .,. genuine pleasure it will give you. in the program which will

t By B. B. I And you can add to it by securing permit them getting more gaso- Savings: Account -
line than they are entitled to.
the names and addresses of
, .... ..-...... .... .. .... By the end of the present rationing -
; :-:-: : :-:-: : : : :-: : :-:-:-:-: :-: : :-: -: their parents and taking a little i. .
period, July 1, it is hoped that
time to ,write a "Brother's Day" let- -
; ..Gasoline rationing goes into effect ter telling their folks how you enjoyed the program can be' so worked out gives you ..i

t-_ today, and the full meaning of "having their boy with you, that there will be no uncertaintiesand '

.- It will be realized within a few injecting little personal things that some believe that rationingwill : I'I

,: : days. Most of us faced rationing can mean so much-like what he iot be necessary after that f II I

with a. practically full tank. But said about his "Mom" and "Pop." time. -j

; it will be sparingly used. Three Such a letter will come as a de-

:I' .' .gallons 'per week will do the neces- lightful surprise, and will gladden Official Tally Does ...,;;.'. ..

. .sa'rY'errands for a family. You'll their hungry hearts. They get let- : .

: find you can do a lot more walking I 4 Little To Change .;,. t1': .it brings ,

than you ever thought'possible Mrs. .: .
. :; fr
: \
Mumford's delightful mother, Mrs, i Ing Results of PrimarySeveral ,:' 'it '

Blake, who spent last winter here Just as the rear character of a \ '. .'!).y the assurance i

:. with her daughter in Sugarland person comes out under duress so ; .,.-, >: '.:':' you
k Park, walked into town often. She will this test show up the real mailed in votes were cast

. jliked it. That is quite a little distance spirit of our people. It'll be interesting out by the canvassing board in need to face

i.. but she is a shining example to see just who gripes,- making an official count of last you

\' '. of what can be done in the line of 'and I'll bet you a quarter it'll be week's primary because the ballots

". walking. the people to whom, a car is an were improperly marked. life without '
r.: It'll be interesting to see how accustomed luxury. The official tally made no difference -' 'S .

some people get along without a in the races since the win-

,." car, or with only three gallons of AVHAT'S THE HURRY? ners in three man oppositions poll- INSURED ,

t', gasoline- weekly'. We'll find ourselves ed a sufficient count to make a Open youfr sautinqsaccount

r planning well ahead and There are a lot of angles to this run-off primary unnecessary and

making one trip do the work of gasoline rationing but one undoubted since the same applies to .state race's ,wiu. he' e r
E t- several.. We can walk three or four benefit has already emerged. there will be no run-off in Hendry !

, blocks to see a neighbor-to That .is the spreading movement to County, Circuit Clerk William T.
church, to the Hull said. .
or shower or to reduce automobile speeds to'a
f. play bridge. In official follows: r------: ,,;.
fact, we may least a sensible 40 miles per hour. The count was as
t even find time to do more of those Look at it from the immediate Congressman-at-Large Barney

things if we forego longer trips In selfish standpoint. At 40 miles per J. Cohen 74, Lex Green 382, 'Ern-

t. the car. hour, the average automobile will I lest Overstreet. 354, Wallace Tervin United States Defense Savings Bonds,Are:.. "
We might even get some of the go at least three miles farther on .

!,' chores done around the house. each .gallon of gas than at 55 miles Justiceof Supreme Court, group -

; There's that box of snapshots_ that per hour-and those three miles 3-H. L. (Tom) Sebring 512, Theo.T. '.:, Available>< In Our Office ', :
ought to be sorted out and put in Turnbull 387. .
r may save someone walking home '..1 .. ':' ".
L books.- And goodness knows how when the ration runs out. On 35 Railroad Commissioner, group 1 '

:. many recipes we have scattered miles per" hour, tires will last more .--Raymond J. Davis 198, EugeneS. \ : : ; : i .
i over all/-tucked in cook-books, ,twice as long as they will at Matthews 355, Charles M. Stew- ; .
i' kitchen drawers, the sewing basket, San < art 302.. ,".

t the desk and all over. We might So slow down. Save gas and Railroad Commissioner, group 2 '. "

even get them sorted out and'' :filed tires, get more mileage, reduce ac- -H. M. (Harry) Burch 62, JerryW. -

away._ Maybe they'd be used more cidents and, in addition, get a Carter 628, Wilbur C. King 204, :- -

';.. often. chance to see the countryside or R. L. (Bob) Sweger' 50. FEDERAL SAVINGS AND : .
'... We may even get better acquaint- your neighbor's front yard garden. State Senate, 24th Senatorial CLEWISTON .

, ed- with our neighbors. A. walk Loafing along it is even safe to I District-James A. Franklin 548,
: around a few blocks in the cool of wave at friends.. They say it's Bob King 532.

!? the day'may give us opportunity an ill wind that does a lot of things For Representative-Elbert L. ASSOCIATION.
, to take a good look at their gar and this gas and rubber shortagemay Stewart 'and for County AttorneyH. -- LOAN ,

_ den, chat _awhile .in passing.. do what years of safety campaigns A. Rider, unopposed.
. Well, it's going to be tough bu have only partially accomp County Commissioner, District.

we think It'll be worth it. AndIf ,lished. Take it easy folks.-if you one-G.. E. Etherton 298, ParkerT.

it is of material benefit In the want speed "go thou to the aero Wilson 164- ; District. two-Ed --'. ": -
war effort, we are more than will. plane."-Fort Myers News-Press. Collins 66, J. O. Davidson 147; ----- '
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:[ .. John N. Montgomery pastor of the '" the Indian reservation.' In fact, 11E -,
: ,Community Church of Clewiston.. .
: Miss Gautier, a native Miamian, I What Should You Save To said, "the evidence to date, is that -d:
J l-L Personals j was graduated from Miami Senior Help I. this is a fever-tick-free- area." j.a
High School and Florida State Col- .,

,lege for Women. She is a mem- ,1
ber of the A.A.U.W. and is president WASHINGTON, .D. C.-The following table issued by the Treasury 63? Jl3 Hs I SE e : ,:
Department intended as a savings yardstick for the
Mrs. Lee Hendrix spent Thursday of the Wesleyan Service average income-

with her mother in Sebring. Guild of the Trinity Methodist earner. It suggests how everyone of ,the 48,000,000 1D 1i fS ,
.f ---:-- Church. She is now teaching at employed persons in the United States may partici ... .

Mrs. Claude Downs spent the Comstock Elementary School. Her I pate in the war effort through the systematic purchaseof Buy ','.
j f week-end In Miami on business. grandparents' are Mr. and Mrs. A. Defense Savings Bonds. ;,-;14 I;.; -::'Z;'"" ..
H. Adams, pioneer Miamians, .who "The job ahead of us is far bigger than most of'us ", ? \ ,;}:;J7 S '1 5 "

, i Miss Hazel Prince spent Sunday have had much to do with the realize," Sec 'etary.l'lorgenthau declared in making .'el\ J*! Evry Pcy Day

I .... in Miami. growth and development .of that '. the table public. "I know that the American.people
I \ J i city. are ready to do their win
to the
; part war. One of the --

I Mr. ,and Mrs. William Lanier Rev. Montgomery vis the son of :ways we can do much more is by intensifying our FOR SALE-:Most attractive ten
spent, Sunday in Miami.Dr. Mr.and Mrs. R. E. Montgomery of effort in the purchase of Defense Bonds." I ,acre farm Lake :
on located
Grove City, Pa., and is a graduateof I While persons without dependents may be able to at
Princeton Theological Semi- Benbow. Reasonable. Box 1277. ., .
and Mrs E. K. Knight of set aside more than the suggested figures, persons
.. West Palm Beach visited. Mr. and nary. He served as assistant pas- :with several dependents, 'or with other heavy family Sarasota, Fla. 2t, ..

Mrs. C. L, McLendon Sunday. tor at Miami's First Presbyterian (obligations, may be unable to save at the suggestedrate .
Church before coming to Clewistonlast '
i -
./ the Treasury: Department pointed put .TRAILER -
Mrs. W. L. month to assume the pastorateof ) ,r ,": "" '''": ': King, Mrs. E. J. i J'"J\K. ''' !'';;;f'. ''; ,
the Community Church. 1_ "'",",,-.6o. !a& built, 20 ft long-$200.00. Cone
: : Smith and Mrs., F. E. Hunziker And In One Number ;,
spent Thursday in Miami Miss Linnie Lou Gautier will be If Weekly 'One Saves Year He Persona in Eac1i :Total Annual ,tact Urey Waldron or call Clewis-.
I Jsarainjja Arel f Each Week 3Ylu Save t Income Group.d Savings!
her sister's maid of honor and 95 to $10 'i' '\. '0.2& ,t8.00 8,824,000 143,212.000 ton News-39._ '
Mrs. C. L. McLendon spent a few bridesmaids will be Miss Mary Ola 110 15 tl0oEyplo \ 60 as uo( 's7o'; 000( 21s9sooao; ;
days as guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. Reynolds, Miss Margaret Rogers J20 to I 80 00 ti6.00 1
M,- Wheeler of West Palm Beach. and Miss Gloria Gautier. Many : 80 to i 40 -I.; J04.00 ?771000; 008,196,000,
; 40 to i 150 I x.00 08.00 ,794,000 ,,206,162OPOo
J. T.
prenuptial parties are being plan- ; to i:80 P.00 J12.00 8,007,000 $88,184,000(
ned for the bride-to-be in Miami. 80 to i;7fl "" 416.00 2,231,000 $28.098,000
"J. E. L.: Stewart and C. E. Miner I : 70 to USD 000( 20.00 ,804.000 678,080,000 647 Belle Glade
attended a conservation meeting in I I'I 80 to $100 1 :. .00 824.,00 1),489,000 *. 92 ,188OOO
00 I1EO) .OO ,(.
to 040.00 J,06gOOO 9,101.860,000
;, Punta Gorda; 'Monday. CELEBRATES' AT COMPLETIONOF "- 5 MOOI l.et :830,00 I 298,000 '642,860,000 Authorized Distributor
::1 FIRST AID .COURSE I 4 I ., : egs.ooo aooo.ooooopVonnKo.DSS.i89; Singer Sewing Machine Co. '
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I i( Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Guthrie have I $(;iJ '-.! :fo.1;: -9.L.' ., ,m.-. III- ,
; i: returned to Clewiston after a Celebrating the completion of the 'I .r .! -1i: R :1
I .a.eot'II.-n nJIITIMI
I Ii wee /s vacation spent in Indiana.I twenty-hour First Aid course the I -::"'! J J -

I i j Mrs. E. L. Stewart received word I!group\I. M. Prewitt.met' at the home of Mrs was the largest for a single month the agriculture department to pro- J. 1 M. COUSE '

that R. L. Coker is very happy in R. R. Hooks and G. M. Ford were since the federal-state welfare pro- ceed with the eradication program. Counselor and Attorney at Law
I the Naval Reserve at Key West. remembered with gifts in appreciation gram was launched in July, 1937. This language was retained in the Hopkins Building
I: I", I of their teaching the class. The, expansion resulted from new bill by the senate committee.

: I. Mrs. T. B. Shelley of Miami arrived -: Mr. Hooks was given a fitted revenues provided by the 1941 session Secretary of the Interior Harold Wednesdays t and Saturdayst

I i Saturday: to spend several leather kit and. Mr. Ford a First of the legislature through the Ickes had refused to permit th 0:30 to 4:00 .
days in Clewiston on ,business.Ed I Aid kit. imposing of additional taxes for Old slaughter of deer on Seminole lands: .
T., E. Markette who was most Age Assistance and Aid to Dependent despite the agriculture depart

Markette was a business prompt in turning on lights and Children.In ment's assertions that the tick

visitor in Tampa Monday and locking up was: given an envelope addition to cash grants, State could not otherwise be eradicate Johnson's Fish Camp

Tuesday.Mrs. containing money.Sandwiches Welfare Commissioner Leland W. John Collier, commissioner of
cookies and punch Hiatt explained, the state welfare Ickes' office of Indian affairs,,, told (:Near Hurricane Gate) I

Paul I. Williams of Tam- were provided by the group and program directly benefits Florida's the senate group that! an investiga, Clewiston, FJa
pa spent the week-end .here with served to Mr. and Mrs. ,Hooks, G. needy through surplus ,commodity Boats and Motors-Guide Service
tion the
I t her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S.: .117. Ford, T. E. Markette, Mrs., Carl distribution, the Food Stamp Plan now being conducted by Rates ReasonableW.
.. .I Knight. ', I Berner, Mrs. Geo. W. Van Hyning, and the School Lunch Program., Audubon society had failed to dis H. Johnson, Mgr. 1

Mrs. Krueger, ,Mrs. Minges, Mrs. close the presence of the tick o -

1 r Joe Griffin is spending two I Carl Johnson, Mrs. Mathis, Mr and Move*" To Prevent .. - -- --- -----nl. I
Mrs. W. R. Broaderick Mrs. Scott
weeks in Jacksonville. While there ,
_. ,
'Nielsen V. -" -
he is planning to undergo an Mrs. C. Mrs. N. S. -
Deer Slaughter FailsOver ,. ,
operation for removal of tonsils. Mumford, Mr. A., W. Sias, Mr, and *

Mrs. Harry Frazier, who has Mrs.Moore F., Mrs.E. Conkling A. L. Hackett, Miss ,Florine Mrs. the protest of the interior ?i Photo Finishing and Commercial I'Photography' |;

been: visiting' her brother, J. A. Sammy Young and Mrs. M. M. department, the senate appropria-
McGehee and Mrs. McGehee left Prewitt. .
I |
,committee on Wednesday- :
Tuesday for Fort Myers. ,-
held the agriculture department'sright
. to : kill deer as ,part of the :
" ],fr. and Mrs.. Keathley Bowden,', .t' -_ cattle tick eradication program in :;: Clewiston Photographic; Service $;
Kay/; and Paul Bowden and C. J.Lovvorn ., Mrs. W. E. Dilley entertained : ::
I the Seminole:':Jndian ,reservation in_ ,., .. .... c. ," ..
spent Sunday in Okee- her ,bridge club Friday afternoonin Florida. ;% ;>", 2 blocks" north and 1 block west of ?.. -" .,; :X.
chobee, with their parenfs.J. .- her, apartment at the ClewistonInn. .;. Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station T 't 5: '
As passed by the house, the agriculture _
High score prize was awarded :: EDWARD B. ,SEEGERS A
.' D. ,Hooker is in ;West Palm Mrs. Clarence Nielsen and second appropriation bill for the .;. The House With The Red Roof .>

Beach today to take his examination I prize went to Mrs. W. C. Owen. year beginning July 1 contained a .. '. '- Q.
I, as an aviation cadet in the I Ice cream and cake was served provision specifically u "'-. J j :;: _, .. .'_ ." _- .. '

Army Air Corps at Morrison Field. to Mrs. J. E. Mrs. . . .
I Beardsley, F. E. --- -- ------------------------------------------------------- -- - -
i i _. -- I Conkling, Mrs., C. J. Nielsen, Mrs.R. -

Miss Tonia W. Hoppe of Kala-; C. Wilson, Mrs. Otto Larsen,
mazoo, Mich., was the guest for i Mrs. R. Williams, Mrs. W. C.
i several days this week of Miss I Owen and Mrs. A. L. Hackett. I


Lee Pridgen visited from
Rev. John N. Montgomery:
-'I Friday until Tuesday with her -

I brother, Earnest* Pridgen, who is Sunday School-9:45.
i located at Camp Wheeler near Macon Church-11:00.: Sermon: "Ten-
1 Ga., in the U. S:. Army. ders of the Light." Build Repair ,and Remodel

Sunday morning the service is to -
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and be an Every Member Enrollment

sons, Lief and Jimmy, were guestsof Service. All members and friends
Mr. Johnson's parents, Mr. and are .urged to be present to enroll BUT-the War Production Board has set up certain restrictionssome j ,
Mrs. Charles H. Johnson of Sara themselves as supporters of the J' I

sota. Clewiston Community Church.I I of which may be confusing to the public. Therefore you

... Please bring pledge cards that your,

Dn and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, with pledge of interest, prayer sand want to know just what you, can and can't do-see us for accurate
John and Dick, left Saturday for nancial support may be concentrated .

their summer home in North Caro to the service of the "church.o information. ..
lina. Dr. Schiffli will return t Any''' who cannot be present should .

Clewiston this weekend.Mrs. I send their' pledge cards with someone -,

else or mail them to Airs. BRIEFLY AS A GENERAL GUIDE, YOU CAN ''
Carrie. Moore had her tonsils Joseph Robbins. "

removed at the Lee Memorial Last Sunday morning two new '
Hospital in Fort Myers Monday. sets of hymnals were put into service RESIDENTIAL

She returned home yesterday. 'and at the Community Church. The WORK:-WHERE THE COST IS NOT OVER $500. '_ '
';1. is recuperating nicejy. Sunday School bought a new set of '
G I; Gospel songs to replace the old ones 2. BUILD ANY FARM BUILDING, OTHER THAN RESIDENCE, WHERE COST '
11 Mrs. Helen Prange of Los An that were beyond repair. The .,-
.jl geles, Cal., who is visiting her church purchased new hymnals ford

daughter,. Mrs. M. M. Prewitt anii use at- the worship services. The .
ii family, was honor dinner guestwith new hymnals will" add much to the
];1 the Prewitts ,at dinner Tuesday services of the church. PUT ANY BUILDING" IN SOUND CONDITION, PROVIDED DESIGN OF


1 To

J .. : \ Hendry County Aged LESS OF COST. /

I'' -
Miss Leona Elizabeth''Vinn
j Arthur Louis Burke were married County recipients of public assistance OTHER THAN THAT A LIMIT OF $5,000.-IS PLACED ON SUCH
:: Sunday afternoon, May 10, in La- -(Old Age Assistance, Aid
by ,County Judge R. M. Har the 'Blind and Aid to Dependent

The bride is the daughter of ,Mrs. $1,775.00, or at the rate of IS UNDER $5,000. '
.L. : :
Arthur King and .J. E. Winn anis d $21,300.00 per year, according to

School.a student Mr. Burke in Clewiston High announcementhere today from then NOW IS THE TIME TO DO SUCH WORK Please feel free to
is employed i state office of the State Welfare
.. the 'office of Clewiston Motor Com Board, Jacksonville, .Fla.e .
discuss with without
obligation. 4
your problems us ,
pang Mr;. and Mrs. Burke ar Recipients included 115 cases, oran .
residing in the Hay Apartments.GautierMontgomery .
even larger number of
as in the Aid to DependentChildren j Our Telephone Number Is 88.BishopWilson -
group each case repre-
sents all the children In a family .
who ''receive cash benefits. '

Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Gautier of For the entire state, April disbursements Lumber Co
Miami last week-end announced to '49199 cases $gat- ,
the engagement and approachingmarriage ed $756,350, or at the, rate of
s' of their daughter, Miss $9,072,420'per year, the announcement -

,Claire Virginia, Gautier, to Rev said. The amount, paid out
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OUR COMIC SECTION\ I. 1 UK world to is think ours the

pR W To live and work i1"I

fi R BE EN and be merry, :

And whe.1'1 look .t 1

I Irll PETER I E: I S1l: > I After ALASKAN Washington HIGHWAY about, D. C.the I kind hills oF trod feel K.Lo '{I ,

all the hullabaloo c .
B. vitally needed military highway to proprietary.IVTC1"1 1' (. 'j

Alaska, it now 'looks as if it would ( (\ __ '" ) i

PEEVE o- take at least two years, perhaps 1 I
nearer three years to build it. One
trouble is there is still an argument
about the route. I

To date the army has picked a i&2jWNU

route by way of Edmonton, centerof :1
the prairie state of Alberta, whichis Service. -
longer than the route advocatedby !I
Alaskan territorial officials. .
The Alaskan officials propose a
shot quick route straight up from CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
the state of Washington to Prince

George, then on to White Horse.
Part of this-about 400 miles to
Prince George-already is built. Andif
interned German, Italian and Jap- Business Opportunity

anese prisoners were put to work on SlOO WEEKLY from your own spare time
the remaining link, it might, be business. No risk. Money back U not completely i
satisfied. For complete working f' I
finished before winter. details send $2.00 to GLOTT, 80 Snnnyslde. I
However,. both the army and the Hyde Park, Mass. 1 1I 1I I

Canadian government favor the I I
FQEZfI rf : -- longer route via Edmonton. This Joy Within
F EZA PAIKT. 5i would follow the chain of Canadian Joy is not in Things; it is in us.- I
pp'ttt J airports to Alaska. These airportsare Jean Francois Millet. .

operated by the Canadian Pacific -

railroad, which may be one significant -
i;,. rriu reason why the Canadianswant I NAIRu

a road to link them up. .
r ,,
e The army originally picked ) ON-SKID BOTTLE t.tR IO-25
t : ) Yf/( : this route because last summer sizes
: ,
;:- ( some of its planes, en route to
,:\ Alaska with green pilots, got
"- lost and cracked up. So it was
'.". suggested that a highway link- J. Fuller PepBy

: ing the airports would serve as
.. a guide to airmen. The army JERRY LINKg21'IIi
:' also favored this route in orderto
: .
Ir send gasoline and supplies by t
: truck to air bases. .The war I
:;, '. may be just about over, how-
ever, before this interior high- I

; way is built.
"- .

p MISSED A intelligence information is'

4IT' .. SITTEJ cz .J i iReleaied that Japanese propaganda agentsare
{ now marshalling their forces fora
concerted attack against the Unit-

ed States in Latin America, with

Argentina, Brazil, and Chile as focal

points. "Fuller" says Aunt Netty the
Japan will resort to number of
oP a other day. "Folks are like wine.
w / typical Axis methods to sway neu Some sour with age, and some, r
yr tral countries ,away from collaboration like you, get better!I" ">
with the United States, includ- "Mebbe" says I, plckln' up that
ing the Axis-worn tactics of making little compliment, "that's becauseI
feel most
so good of the time.
overtures and giving assurances For, you know, folks, when you
t ': that she has no imperialistic aims -feel good your disposition's apt to
be good, too. But to do that,
by Tb. Bell 8rndkate. oa : toward these countries. On the oth- you
to eat which _
got right Includes
hand the will
er Japanese empha-
get tin' all your vitamins. And
size that the United States has been KELLOGG'S PEP Is extra-rich In
greedy in her international trade relations the two most often short In ordI- ..
and has nary meals-vitamins Bi and D.
imperialistic designson
H9 WAS A Mighty fine- .stIn', too. Try It!
Central and South America.In .
I launching this propaganda at-
7 BEFORE tack Japan has instructed her 1MtflJlp :
". 1 Y> > agents to do everything possible to
., : T I; WAI:< .
solicit the good-will of Spanish and A delicious cereal that suppliei per 1-ounae
J2 need vitamin D 4/J
serving: daily of ;
r. :Y: Portuguese representatives in Lat-, to 115 minimum daily need of vitamin Bi.
/ in American countries.In r" ,

addition to propaganda

By agents and diplomatic represen- FOR QUICK
I tatives, Japan has recruited :RELlEJ1J
J. Millar Watt agents in commercial firms :

te- y'' f. throughout both Europe and the A Soothing C A I \/ ET
American countries to propa- ANTISEPTIC r* k W & -

f gandize persons of Latin culture Used by thousands with satisfactory results -
N for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. -
and Catholic faith. In this con-
Get Carboil at drug stores orwrite
nection, plans have been madeto Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn.
.' ., ,wh1Ut '
go even so far as to try to li

exploit his holiness, the pope. I I

Already $50,000 has been forwarded DON'T LETCONSTOPATION f

{ r I to Japanese representatives in !

I It' HUH! CAHT I3E. NOW, GIVE ME A TART: Chile to be used in attempting to i
." A SKI e>OJER THOU AN' WATCH ME. bribe government officials. SLOW YOU UP i

: 5 SUMPIN'TO SLIP v.COOT TO A E.HE.MVv30ME.WHE.RE. One of the most audacious phases When bowels are sluggish and you feel :
> ON 13 UTv of the Japanese plan is the one that irritable, headachy and everything you
do is an effort, do as millions do-chew
: calls for -an attempt to induce ,a FEEN-A-MINT, the modem chewinggum I
tM : revolution in the United States by laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A- I
"f co-operating with factional groups MINT before you go to bed-sleep with- i
out being disturbed-next morning gentle, ..
within the and creating dissension -
thorough relief, helping you feel swell I
among the people by sniping again, full of your normal pep. Try
A at the Roosevelt administration. FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy "
,, and economical.A generous family supply J
S onlyIGt
T the usher's office, just inside

l the; front door, an old-fashioned call- f
1 board is hung, to indicate when WNU-7 19-42

: 'y guests are in or out. There is space

t for 20 names, but on a recent dayit
: carried only the names of Mrs. .

E Roosevelt, Harry Hopkins and Lorena .

<.. / Hickok, long-time friend of both
: .- the First Lady and Hopkins, who Don't Neglect Them I
often stays,at the White House. (The Nature designed the kidneys to do a
R HONEST P marvelous job.Their task is to keep the
President's is
; name free of an excess of
Y LL NEVER flowing blood stream
] the board.) toxic impurities. The net of living-Ji/. i
IT .
V AGAIN itself is constantly producing waste
i: f A year ago it was possible to drive matter the kidneys must remove from
'sit / along Pennsylvania avenue, turn in the blood If good heath is to endure.
ji M(4 When the kidneys fail to function as
P at the White House gate, hand a Nature intended, there is retention of
t Mi1 I 'D JA kdse vI3'1
waste that may cause body-wide dis-
calling card to the footman at the ,
tress.One may suffer nagging
: ILl front door and eventually receive an persistent headache,attacks of dizziness
; getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
invitation from Mrs. Roosevelt to .
tired, all
0 PROMISEUR under the eyes-feel nervous
come: for tea. worn out.Frequent. I
Today the gates are closed and ,scanty or burning passages I
are sometimes further evidence of kidney -
heavily guarded. The two avenues or bladder disturbance.The ; 11
IfIt. recognized and proper treatmentis I
the White
1L a diuretic medicine to help the kidneysget
barred to traffic entirely. Never in rid of excess poisonous body waste.
Use Doan'i Pills. They have had more
'- By 100 years has the White House beenso than forty years of public approval.Are
': heavily guarded. The teas and endorsed the country over. Insist on .t
Doan'i. Sold at all drag stores. .
Payne receptions are cancelled for the duration I

and the normally democratic

I-jWNTJ _I n Bell Syndicate. Inc.-1VNU Service residence of the Chief Executive irizit .. 11
stands cold and aloof.

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? ASK ME 1 A quiz with answers offering ? Post and Knew It Not
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I 1 .11 NO THER: information on various i subjects! J J Wilkins felt that he could,never ui3iiunn : nJ i

ask Valerie to become his wife be-
c' N.(' p ,' c- '- r' '-+' r cause she was an angel, whereashe

1. Did Confucius live before, reconnaissance cars of the army himself had many little weak- After use, dry steel wool in sun Celery tops should never be ,

' during, or after the time of Christ? come to be known as jeeps? nesses of which no angel would to prevent its rusting. thrown away. They may be used ..
approve. Valerie, on the other, as stock in soup or may be boiled
a 2. Which is the oldest business
house in the United States? The Answers hand, kept thinking it was about Cheese will stay moist longer if with turnips, carrots, or cauliflower. -
1. Before-551-478 B. C. time he popped the. question.One the edge is thinly spread with but- Remove them from the pan
3. In the development of man 2. The Perot Malting Co. in moonlight night, he spoke. ter 'before the cheese is placed in before serving. A new flavor will

what characterized the neolithicage Philadelphia, established in 1687. "Valerie, w-will you-you m-mar- the refrigerator. be added to vegetable stand-bys.

? 3. The use of polished stone implements ry me?" he stuttered, hardly dar- *

4. Which of the following does ing to hope she had heard him. Do not add salt to the water when Take especially good care of

not touch Canadian land: Ver- 4. Wisconsin. "You bet!" she, replied, briskly, boiling corn on the cob-it would pots and pans now that metal is

mont, Wisconsin, Idaho? 5. Thaumaturgy. already deciding on white satin toughen the corn. Boil corn 10 needed for war industries. .Often

5. What is a fancy 'name for 6. Regards.. andfour bridesmaids."I minutes, drain and serve imme- old ones can be repaired. Heat

.., magic? 7. The first 1,500 cars bore the know, darling. I know," he diately tucked in the folds pf a them slowly and do not use too hota
I 6. What does a telegraphermean model marking "G.W.P." Soldiers almost wept, "but if you'll only say napkin. Never let corn stand in fire, thereby reducing the strainon

by the number 73? I dropped the middle initial and 'Yes' I'll never back another horseas water after it is done; that would the metal and amount of heat
7. How did the fast-moving little called it "jeep." long as ,I live!" impair the flavor and texture. used.

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I It's a Dog's LifeA I J U Vr7d:: "I.," BURNS'MINOR FOR V\ MOROUNE I

certain gentleman went out

shooting with a pointer he had faMMsWAMfc %
borrowed from a friend who was Beauty in Harmony

.... a crack shot. He, being a poor //2&/ The Feel of It Beauty does not lie in the face.It .
shot, missed again and again, the i/ %? AWAi/r i /i // "Aren't people funny?" lies in the harmony betweenman

'j pointer each time looking at him Pattern 2949 contains accurate pattern "Yes. If you tell a 'man there and his industry. Jean

'I in bewilderment. pieces; diagram of block; instructions for are 270,678,934,341 stars in the uni- Francois Millet.

j'' Finally the dog set a pheasant, cutting, sewing and finishing; yardage verse he'll believe you, but if a

in an,open field, and glanced back chart; diagram of quilt. Send ;jour or sign says 'Fresh Paint' that same
I at the man as much as to say: der to: man has to make a personal in-

"Now, here's a perfectly good t vestigation." toO//HINDS GIANT
J shot. See if you can do anything." h 1 Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
I The pheasant rose and flew off; 82 Eighth Ave. New York Sure Not! SALE ONLY 49fOR

.:. i'' the man missed. The pointer sat Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to "How did you sleep?" asked the land. BIG 31 SIZE !
cover cost of mailing) for Pattern
down, raised his nose high and lady."I.

howled long and dolorously. Then, No. ...........i.. didn't sleep all night. I was troubled

with never another look at the Name................................. 'with insomnia,""replied the new boarder."That's .
lie! exclaimed the
amateur huntsman he
trotted home. turned and Address...................eo.eo...... "I'll give you $5 for every one you findin
the bed!"

Trips to the Moon Well in Hand

It is predicted that man's first PREPAREDNESS "Oh, my husband's changed

visit to the moon will take place since our marriage. He eats out

some time within the next 100 // + tie of my hand now."
years. "Really? Well, it saves a lot

,. The first flight, says Dr. Dins- oI AMERICAN RED CROSSTwo of washing up." "

more Alter, director, of the Griffith -
Astronomical observatory at million volunteer Red Cross Once there was a. man who

,Los Angeles, depends on the development workers-a militant army of mercy. thought he'd get ahead going to,
of a new element GIVING a pint of blood for the parties. He got a head.
known Uranium army and navy is a new form ,
as, 235, now being I ""
of patriotism in which thousandsof *q
studied at the
University of Cali- 2949 Still in the Dark
fornia. loyal Americans. are now par-
The had taken for
young parson
"It is possible to send objectsto Pattern No. 2949 ticipating.This his text at his young men's class :9I/TIME
the moon now," the scientist blood, processed into life- the parable of the Wise and Fool-

declares. "It has 'been estimated'that WHATEVER color print mate- saving plasma for emergency ish Virgins. In conclusion, he AT TOILer
the cost of a rocket to transfusions, is collected from vol- said "Now which Z
span you use with your plain : young. men, pUNTERS
... the distance of between 232,000. to material, Millwheel will turn out unteer blood donors at 18 Red. would 'you prefer? The five wise t GoooS .
253,000 miles would be about handsomely. It's one of those Cross Blood Donor centers. virgins with the light, or the five
.. Lehn&Fink Piodurti Corp.ElocrafleM.N.3.
$100,000,000. quilts that wins prizes!' The program' was launched foolish virgins in-the-.dark?"

in February, 1941, following a The vote was unanimous.

request by the --
surgeons gen-
NEW I IDEAS eral of the army and navy that 'Who Could It Be? SONG POEMS

the Red Cross provide 15,000 A man with a little black bag
pints of blood to be processedinto knocked at the front door. WANTED, ?Music

ogone- A dried plasma. This pro- "Come in, come in," said the Publishers more of your need best new poems songs for! immediate Submit one con-or

By RUTH WYETH gram has now been expandedat father of fourteen children, "andI sideration. Any subject. Send poem.
SPEARS the request of the army and hope to goodness you're a piano Recordings of Completed Songs

I WALL PAPER BORDER 'dark shades. The is navy to the point where over tuner." 668 FIVE Beacon STAR Bide. MUSIC- MASTERS Boston Ma..
j =d....... !:.. PASTED IN PLAC I style especially one million donors will be re
1// I THEN SHELLACED attractive and practical for
,j kitchen quired. Eighteen centers have
windows as the 'frame
K 0 BOARDS Ji"THICK been opened, and donationsare
.- R > AND 2'OVER GLASSARE gives the effect of colorful dra- '
ii NAILED TO of peries, yet may. be washed with a pouring in at the rate of Room Clerketter rXy =
damp cloth. approximately 60,000 month. ? =vuworlds
This window strikes a patrioticnote Giving blood is a simple proc- f.

I II with blue paint and ess, requires but a few minutes
a red
hotel! -
.=...- 1-'0.1>- I. ::;.I I IU..t1o white and blue border. Clear un- time on the part of the donor, largest y
=rJ<<,,,,,,yq-/" '. ihtWHITE tinted shellac and has no after effects. The bloodis
'""'" is used. A blue shelf $% oath,,, f T
under the window has notches to shipped daily in refrigerated
VOILE hold knives and mixing spoons. containers to the laboratories,
SASH CURTAINS where it is processed into dried
AND BLUE RINGS plasma, a light, straw colored
;f NOTE: The new BOOK 8. In the series
powder that can be kept indefinitely -
offered with these articles contains

i THIS new style of framing win- for cupboards and shelves that will and transported easily.

dows with boards gaily decorated make ;your kitchen the envy of your Numerous cases have been

started with the black-out friends. Thirty-two pages of decorating reported where plasma saved
drills. The boards prevent light anal home-making Ideas, for 10 cents. the lives of American soldiers

from showing around the edges ofcA. Address: and sailors suffering: from

burns and traumatic shock, _
Cross plasma has
Bedford Hills New York .
Good Drawer 10 been distributed to our armed SHE'S A "SELF-STARTER"
',r forces operating in the Atlanticand
Enclose 10 cents for Book 8.
Pacific war theaters. How-

'DefenseAgainst ; Name ............................... ever, thousands of additional .. PERSONABLE
' t Address ............................. donors are needed to supplythe AUDREY UNDGREN
full requirements for the 11-1& EAKFAST' -; of Chicago's famous Stebowl

army and navy, and to provide \e\\oUS\\ Con u yens. Hotel is one, of the
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CONSTIPATION plasma for any civilian emer- A b ig fih some ttUUndfJPI1HIJiP few women room clerks in
Oddities in NatureThe
gencies which may'result from
otW % the country. Miss Lindgren
There is QUICK relief from action in this l fyitAlMH
spellsof praying mantes are the enemy country.
EJ JMtUlS, ? COR N says:."Hotel guests expect
constipation, aggravating gas,
only insects that can turn their
listlessness,bad breath,sour stomach, Red Cross Blood Donor centersare IjfttOtlINS friendly, cheerful, Intelligent .
thru time-tested ADLERIKA. It heads like man, the pelican is one located in New York, Phila- ? \fOOD tMt service. Eating the

soothes and warms the stomach of the few birds that loses its vocal delphia, Baltimore, Buffalo, Rochester -, nNVOR l \\j rLMI Cduslh.SScsaU 'Self-Starter Breakfast'*

thru its 5 carminatives, while its 3 powers upon reaching maturity, N. Y., Indianapolis, Detroit, \ to. Ijr5u3,Jl- 2-- helps me start my days feel!
laxatives draw extra moisture tot and the python is the only cold- p "''
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SSfe ut ingmybestandIlovethat I
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bowel movement. Get ADLERIKA that of the surrounding air when Brooklyn, Washington, D. C. SrS _ddalOi "
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-President Proclaims hereby call upon the people of the boys. 1 Cash Ass't.. Silverware" (plated), I! property was seized, to-wit "
observe May 22, And so, friends follow the instructions Register, .Store'
United States to 1 :Ass't. Soda Fountain Glasses. and I vest space -
\ Corner Hopkins
1942, as" National Martime Day by on your gasoline rationing Dishes; I On the of the Bulld7ng .
22 Maritime Day 2 Ice Cream Dippers, J ground floor thereof,
displaying; the flag at their homesor card. The number of gallons 6 Stools, Fountain Unit & Counter Lots which 23 Dul1ding ins situated on
other suitable places and do dIrect you may, buy for each unit on the Small Miscellaneous Stock, of Clewiston and 2-1 mock 36]. of
that the flag be displayed on card will vary from time to time, Merchandise and Drugs, ida: Hendry County, Flor-
22 1 193C Graham Automobile .
Maritime Day, May: as pro ; I shall otter
President RooseVelt all Government buildings on that depending upon the supply of gaso- as the property of the said 'J. G. bidder for for sale to the highest
claimed today by cash In hand
Niblack, Defendant: that on the 1st the above
line this If the is
will be observed throughout day.IN; area. supply day of June, 1942, between the property of personal property as the ,1\
colorful ceremonies WITNESS WHEREOF, I have fairly plentiful. you will get more; hours of sale, namely: between 11:00 Defendant. the said J.' G. Niblack, I ;:
'the with
nation o'clock ,
hereunto set my; hand and causedthe if it decreases, you will get less. the forenoon and 2:00 o'clock In Dated at LaBelle
Sponsored by many organizations, afternoon on the said day, upon May 15, 1942. Florida thIs '
'the Maritime Com- seal of the United States ,of But WHATEVER that supply, the premises heretofore occupied by r';
United States
the said .J. G. Niblack, doing businessas DILL MADDOX ,
whether it to drive Sheriff
permits a of
America to be you Hendry County r
mission announced Lake Drug Co., where the said May 15-22., Florida '
The first National Maritime Day DONE at the City; of Washingtonthis little or permits you to drive !
twenty-seventh day of April,' scarcely at all-take it, ,and like it.
when our nation was actually al',In ,the :year of our Lord nineteen' Remember, by giving your full and

"war, the event carries unusual hundred and, forty-two and of the ungrudging'cooperation 'you, too,
;significance.It Independence of the United Statesof are helping to bring closer the day

will be utilized as the occasion America the one hundred' and when the world will be freed of the

: for paying high tribute to the sixty-sixth. Gestapo-when. people in America

'seaman of the American merchant (SEAL) and people In every land may once ..
marine and' the workers)in shipyards By the President: again live the kind of life they

throughout the country: who FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. choose-the kind of life of which
are fighting in the production front CORDELL HULL the Axis seeks to rob us. -the kind /

'along with the men of the Army Secretary of State. ", of life that Democracy ,alone i j'

and Navy on the allied fighting guarantees to each and everyone of,

line in all parts of the world. PattersonContinued- : us. ,

Maritime Day; observance will be

sponsored by Propeller Clubs, Nathan Mayo-.
Chambers 'of Commerce, various ( from page 1)

service clubs and civilian defense undergoing ,savage and harrowing'
organizations, as well as by shipyards -, bombings; some of' them are con- (Continued from page 1)

through the launching vessels for the Victory Fleet. physical tortures unknown to this rubber production line could be
Y 'w I
Special tribute, from the Govern- world since the Inquisition transformed Into plastics productionafter

ment will be accorded the seaman Friends, we 'too can now join the the war, Bitting says, thereby

'of the merchant marine upon whose struggle of, total {war. For todaywe assuring continued agro-industrial

shoulders' rests the responsibility'of ; are asked to comply with ,some development of the 'glades area. CRiJ m \ :
transporting safely the vast 'production very simple regulations-the rat- Bitting has offered plant sitesat I -y ) ,

output of our plants and ioning of gasoline. On this day the $1 and proposes to operate the. I
:factories to the distant fighting emergency gasoline rationing mea- processing plants for the,, duration AIR !1\rT'\ ti1

fronts.:: Shipyard labor, through sure which will last until July 1 without profit. J

"ceremonies all over the country, when there will, be a more detailed CONDITIONEDDependable -' .1 ,
will be accorded recognition of its Now is the time to buy Defense
system, goes, into effect. Now I
'efforts in meeting the present war- know that to you and to me it Bonds and Stamps in order to help om/aft/

'time demands for "ships and more sounds almost silly for me to say your country win the -war. Buy

."Ships." to :you, "Folks, we will all haveto some, every pay day.

Tentative 'plans> call for radio give up unnecessary driving, be Service
hookups throughout the nation to cause from now on we are going to When you have something to sell \

be participated in by the various be rationed and allowed only a just try advertising it in this' pa! Low Fares '\
"well from limited quantity of per. Others have-got results, so will
ytirds, as as messages ;, gas", -and for
heroic "seamen who have been me to tell 'you that tiny sacrifice is you. ,

'through sea disasters as a result comparable to what our boys are I I Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida

'of-submarine warfare and are now doing, is comparable to the misery Bny Defense Bonds and Stamps. ....-" and the North. "V
ready to "sign, on again" for the and horror that our Polish, our '- A

next "Job. Czech, our Belgian, and our other NorthboundLv. -- ;'
CANAL POINT . 4.55AM 1:25 PM '
The text of the President's procla- Allies are undergoing. But you Ar.TAMPA . IOIOAM 6:55 PM Costs
!mation is as follows: see, that is a test of good faith; Its LAKELAND . 9IOAM 5:50PM Less than Driving
NOTICE Is hereby given that I, Ar. ORLANDO . 10:50 AM 7:45 PM
One RoundAr.
A PROCLAMATION an opportunity us to show Bill Maddox, Sheriff of Hendry Coun- JACKSONVILLE . 3:15 PM 11:45 PM
Way' Trip
that we too will take anything that ty, Florida, by virtue of a distress Ar.TALLAHASSEE .. 4:45 PM
12.57AM -
WHEREAS dn May 22, 1819, the warrant Issued out of the Circuit MIAMI 3.00.
$ 1.65 $
I Ar. LAKE CITY. . 2:25 PM 1:10 AM
Steamship, The Savannah, sailed may come-and like it-so long as Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit JACKSONVILLE : 4:70: 8:50:
it will help to bring the Hendry County, Florida, orf the 23rd . TAMPA. 2.80
from Savannah; Georgia, on the nearer day day of April, 1942, in that certain Lv. CANAL POINT 5:20: PM 11:25 PM 5.05
"lirst successful transoceanic when totalitarianism will be banished cause wherein Anna M. Hopkins was Ar.JACKSONVILLE . 3:45 AM 9:15 AM LAKELAND 2.35 4.25
voyage Plaintiff and J. G. Niblack was Defendant ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
from the face
under steam" propulsion, thus making of this earth. and by virtue of proceedingsIn DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILLE, 'TALLAHASSEE TALLAHASSEE 6.25 11.25
a material contribution to the And, friends, this rationing Is said cause subsequent to the Issuance AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
of said warrant and the FOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. .,. 8.40 15.15
transporta-tion going to help our cause more than I pleadings and proof filed therein, MACON 7.25 13.05
; andWHEREAS we may realize. We MUST have have In my possession the following i: Southbound Going VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45 r
the oil for our ever growing described personal property, to-wlt:, Lv. CANAL POINT '. 5:20 PM 11:25| PM BIRMINGHAM. 9.90 17.85
Congress by joint military
1 Wall
Set of Shelves -
Ar. MIAMI . -.- ; 8:50: PM ,2JO AM NEW ORLEANS 11.65 '21.00
resolution approved May 20, 1933, machine. We MUST have oil to 1 1 Mirror Display (back Table,Soda Fountain), CHICAGO 17.90 32.25
'(48 Stat. 73)) designated May 22 feed the plants and shipyards whichare 1 Cigar Case Returning NEW YORK : 15.85 28.55
1 G. E. Beer & C. C. Lv. MIAMI . 10OOAM 2OOAM -
making materials Box
of each year as National Maritime of, war that
2 Soda Tables, Black Onyx Tops, Ar. CANAL POINT 1:25 PM 4:55 AM
Day. and requested the President will permit our boys to meet the and chairs, *:

to issue annually a proclamation enemy on an equal basis-Instead of 2 Wood Double Booths DR. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S_ DRUG STORE
1 Kerosene Heating Stove, ,I
calling upon the people of the always having to fight with "too 1 Wrapping ,Counter, Solid Glass PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT l lM lQ I
United States to observe such Nat- little,-and too late' Doors, ,. ,,
26ft. Wall ,Display Cases with ..
ional Maritime Day; and' Oil to run the war machines mirrors, Solid Glass ,' Doors, & ;
WHEREAS we of the United I,I must be transported from marble base, )
16ft. Wall Display Wood 1
Nations are engaged in a war for I) shores across the submarine aUI'I doors and marble hake case.,, i!
'the preservation of our liberties fested seas to our boys 1 Adding Machine, ,, I

'"against the pqwers of aggression; the worlds The enemy lies in wait I 2 1 Radio Exhaust& Fans Table, --:, '' !

,and for our tankers and we have already 1 Large Clreulating'FanEmerson),
2 Electric Toasters,
WHEREAS it is fitting that pub- lost many .We can't spare one J Electric: Grill, ," ,
Jic recognition be given to the tanker to bring us oil: for pleasure 4 Aluminum Curb Trays c
1 Pie Rack, .
patriotism and courage of the officers riding. Our railway tank cars and I 1 Chase Electric Food Warmer,

,and men of the cargo shipsIn our tank trucks are overloaded 1 Typewriter, .
1 U.S.P. Rx Book. ',l
; the Victory Fleet; and to the bringing oil to our war factories.It 1 Remington Rx Book-,
men in the shipyards and factories is simply not possible to bringto 1 Ass't. Mortar, Graduates, Pestles f

whose labor: and genius. 'go into us civilians here in the East The 1 Coffee and Spatulas.' Maker. (Universal 2 unit),
their construction: oil from our own bountiful Southwestern 1 Batsing A- Bossing Carbonator &

NOW, THEREFORE, I,_ FRANKLIN and Western fields-and 1 Connections Electric Drink Mixer,
D. ROOSEVELT,' President of supply dur boys at the same time. 1 Electric Hot Cup,

the United States of America, do Therefore, we will SUPPLY our 1 1 Pet Set Rx Ass't.Scales Sizes-Dishes& Weights, ,

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