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: February 12, 1943
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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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:|Monday Is I George Home Entered' SHORTAGE

Day By Thieves WednesdayA


I A sudden cold thief who is believed to have

MONDAYWork I lowest temperatures entered_, the Gratton George home, CANE CROP HARVEST
STARTED; to most of the lake between 7:45 and 8:15 Wednesday,,

general frost, some evening made his escape with aj f I _
siderable damage in ; large quantity of clothing and I Full
harvesting Qf the sugar cane
begun Monday at Riddle -
growing crops. household effects and was, apparently -|
Field by the C. F. Wheeler 'I II i ; crop, which was expected to supply
The lowest interrupted by the returnhome
Construction Company of Miami on I in Clewiston was :31 '' of. Mr. and Mrs. George 100,000 tons of vitally needed

an expansion program designed to the sugar I I venting more stuff being pre-I I sugar is menaced by the tight labor

increase facilities to take care of 30 degree !! Mr. and Mrs. George left their ,situation and the problem is madei
in the number of cadets I
{ ; i:.' the increase Miami Locks had the home at 254 East Arcade about
c., now in training at the field. 1' i i more acute by the constantly increasing -
ing with 38 degrees. 630. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hawkins!
< <: .: The expansion program has been '!i amount of absenteeism onI
i Division 'also had a also occupy a portion of the home
t'--,,,,-;_ in prospect for several weeks but 'i I the part of workers
[with a low of 31 and, as Mr. Hawkins was night: sugar now
.: the beginning I I
i various
delays .prevented
: Another cold spell flying at Riddle Field Mrs. Hawkins -][ employed, Jay W. Moran, general,
rs of work until the persent I '
\ 'v"
'.: Neither the field manage- I for tomorrow ( ) l left the house at seven lock': manager of the United States Sugar .
: time. and many feared ing the back door and closing the I I
;: the Royal Air Force of- Corporation said this week.
ment or I
changes direction front door. The milkman reported
:::.': ficers "would give any indication of I 1 I Every possible mechanical aid is
.' may be more severe that the front door was still clos-I I
the numbers of buildings to be.I being utilized in 'harvesting the
yet experienced. ed when he delivered at 7:45.:
.:', erected. They said that it was only ; : crop and additional mechanical
Mr. and returned
The sugar Mrs. George
" : '":: ', to accommodate the additional ca- I show that there is a I I home at 8:15 and found the front I loading facilities are being added

_..< .":,, dots and that it was expected that 2.304 inches of door open and the house in con- as rapidly as possible which is some
the work would be completed in- 1 help but unless
v uary 1 and (Continued on Page 8)1) 1500 additional
sixty days. Included in the- work inches since last \ ,workers are secured by the corpora.

'j'i C' will. .be an additional room on the I .. I lion at once it seems quite likely
'.' mess hall, another room. or rooms that a large acreage of cane wifl
','":' ,,:' on the classroom} additional office HOUSING SITUATION. I not be converted this year into

1 /" ". .space, additional canteen space and $225 IS I } sugar.

: < .:: more barracks space. I II I IS STILL IN The sugar house, Mr. Moran
: : will replace
".. :" Frame construction I!PRESIDENT'S i stated, will continue to operate just
the tile and stucco construction of
,/. -- 'as long as possible in order to
; the first unit of the school. .
CLEWISTON AREADespite manufacture (1,& much\ sugar as it
: < ,: Instead of the fifty cadets in a
: ::: I SCHOOL I I can before the cane reaches the
;' which formerly came to the
:'T ;.s group
: 1 1I point in its growth where it is no
', .< school the groups now number I -
7' :
; longer feasible to continue.
'. : ,close to a hundred or at least the the erection of more thana
.t last two to come have been of this A, O. Oliver, I hundred houses in Clewiston dur Secretary of Agriculture ClaudeL.

.:,' size. As the first unit was designed committee for the ing the past year, the town is still Wickard has given warning that

for a continuing class of .two which was held at facing an acute housing shortage three and a half million persons
has torium last ?Saturday I will be needed on the, nation's
<_ hundred cadets this increase with families crowded into converted -
facilities that the affair was farms next summer if agricultureis
'greatly cramped existing garage apartments and other
: making the expansion imperative. cessful than had I families doubjing up as much asI I not to face a breakdown. "Whatis

::", ,1 General Manager G. Willis Tyson that approximately $ possible in the available houses. not realized," Mr. Moran said,-
'.' field is cleared from this "is that Florida agriculture is facing -
-states, however, that the Clewiston was declared a defense -
'. .., ':, mow at full strength. Hendry County, I housing area a year ago because I an acute crisis' now and action
/. .. ,- In each of the last two large the Infantile of the essential product next summer will be- too late to

:". ', ,classes arriving at the field, have It is estimated I I manufactured by the United _States ", help the situation here."
been seventeen American cadets hundred and two I Sugar Corporation and because of I Florida farmers' have asked to

.::, who are taking the RAF cadet twenty-five people the Riddle-McKay Aero College be allowed to import labor from the

training. -, dance and the I which is training British and American Bahamas, Puerto Rico and Haiti,

sales and_ door.: ag flying, cadets. Population of where plenty is available, but Paul

', Certificates $105. The music the town is estimated to have increased McNutt, chairman of the', War Man-

':/ January [I from Riddle Field,. W fifty per, cent; in the past-' power Commission, has to date
>.::.: very good and. two' years. -' turned thumbs. down, on this proposal -
.. Jf Qr: ,TreI, And Tubes: j to:-. .tjie...spirit. : : ,ot._ thl' : : t I 'W. 'C. Owen- vice-ji/esid iit .of-the- Bahaman, n -..oee have been
_., ,', '-::' >'!t'. 7 :a general good 'tmfe., I Clewiston Realty and' DevelopmentCorporation : :.' used) 1p.Florida 'ariy'times In the

't is' the- list of 'tire and 1 ber' of RAF and past by vegetable growers and fit
Following I estimates that thereis .
"' tube certificates, issued by the cadets from Riddle an acute need<< for at!\ \least{ :\ flirty 1 i very nicely into the work in this

'..-: Two fifty dollar l language,
'ol : .
"month January
; nipfld tAr fUt pr more additional! -
Grade 1 Tires-: U. S. Sugar Corporation three twenty-five I that could easily hg abgOlbed as i iI
'" 3 (truck), J, E. Beards- raffled off and I : \ I -.lil---' I Canning Project Is '
H. [ they tire IniHt _,s.11.T1: 1 1i : r :,
'::1 ley 1, R. L. Marshall 1, H. Tobias, to. the receipts. : ,
: I The Clewiston Builders, Inc., '
.:'';-.,;. (truck) 2, T, H, Jones' '2.:. ;, rvddl! WgTfaifti D' {'development company of Miami, Chance For Everyone

;t/r'- /., \ "Grade ,2 Tires-Of S. .Jenkins 2, tilt PMS won the I I' ( erected fifty houses here last year. .- .H

::,'" AIbline. Smith 3; / iVlllle W. L. The United States Sugar Corpora- -
." ', ',' Grade 3 Passenger' TypeJohri Alonzo H.'Tolbert, Several Clewiston ladies have"availed
:": : H. C. Langston of ; di1011lit._ )[ llbHilOlfier! 1 Tniriy-onirnir'; : ::''. ;_
oppv..J.. ,
Tiefflelvss '
Carl Avon its ees. and the Bishdii- VJJ ( of nm *
; the smaller em 1. ,, ,I
)( ties of the Gaining PYojeey Sp'oft-:
,'/.... Holland 5, Mary P. Christian 2, siderable amount son Lumber Company e7eCi t -p21e! I
ebred ti\i\t
locally by the Garden \
::.;:.. : L. F. Thompkins 1, Will, Freeman at the bingo tables twenty-five houses in addition ,to aJ
'1--\. 2, :Melvin Messer 1, A. L. Carr, 1, for defense stamps number of homes put up bYin, i, but there are many more that couldbe

.. Roosevelt Pope 2, L. T. Archer 1, E. L. Stewart, I ,dividuals.] : project.benefitting. by, this splendid

: .- .M. M. McCall 2, Oscar J. Shelter 1, diy County for the j I\'" Bishop, president of the( Each Wednesday and Thursday

: \ : ..< 7J9., :B. Beasley 2, Richard Morris 2, I bration, has'not yet, 'i local ]lumber company, states' that afternoons.' who has her own
:.' < ;E. #J JJargiaves 1, H. C, Jones 1, plete returns from : additional building faces two prob-* fruits anyone
I or vegetables prepared for
> : : io'la'S.. Thomas 1, JamesJ.. ty. About' lems. First is the securing of take in
canning may part the pro-
::',": ': Qejge.r ;5., W. E. Arnold 2, Felix<: D. taken from the l : I priorities on material and, second, ject, by furnishing her own con-
:? ""< Bush '2, Kenneth Chaffin ,1, Don hank, here and it ; the scarcity: of labor. His firm has! tainers and have them canned with

'Pullen 1, Arch A. Simmons 2, .Andrew that the county will I l enough supplies on hand for re< the 'pressure cookers there.

Leslie Andrews 2, A. W. Wal- $250, half of which ; I pairs and small projects but not Mrs. L. L. Lowe is directing the

dron il, .F:'. J. O'Hara 2, Ernest Mc- the county chapter I enough for' home construction. I canning and during the past two
'Cray 1, W. A. Davis 2, Hubert T. Infantile Paralysis I Providing! for any additional increases meetings the ladies have canned

Radford 2, C. E. Surrency 2, Wm. the remainder to I I in population is a major' beets, carrots and cabbage and have
Whidden 1, Chas Peterson, 1, John I ganlzat1on.I i problem and there seems to belittle also put up grapefruit hearts,

tS, L. Clark 1, Warren Colbert 3, I hope of solving it without) grapefruit juice and tomato juice. .
f Thos. Kingcade '1, Fred 'Lee Canty I County Board 'I I some assistance' from. the govern- With the rationing of canned

::2, David Atkison '2, I. E.: Cannon ment. foods in force and the summer

1., H. T. Fletcher '1, West Hendry I To Hire I season ahead when this section

'4, David 'Floyd I :3., +Cleveland Williams Standings Of Teams will have less fresh vegetables' thanat
1, 'Oliver 'Niblack 2, Robert j any other time, everyone should

Isaac 'R iney 2, 'Roger "Wjlhite 1. (Hendry ) \ In Bowling League; trto; insure the preservation of
Passenger 'Car 'Tubes-U. S. The county ( every bit of the fruit and vegetable -
Sugar :Corp. -5, 'R. .E. ;Peters 1, E. special session '- I supply as is possible.

'C. Mills 1, 'Mary ;T. Christian 1, R. voted three forv Following are the standings ofthe Next Wednesday afternoon Mrs.

'L. Marshall 1, G. ;IB. 'McDuffie 1, hiring another two leagues in the Sugarland|) Lowe will conduct the canning at

O. S. Jenkins 3, .'c1. Jki. McCall 2, tion was by A. J.. Park alleys bowling league including -| her home in Hooker's Point, to help
Viola S, Thomas 1, :Barnes J. by Jim Maddox. solve the transportation problemof
of night
Tuesday :
Geiger 1, H. T. Fletcher 1.V.. E. for was George L. games American League I Iw. j the ladies in that section. This

Arnold 1, Warren Corbert !? David In the roll call I ij. Pct.! meeting will begin at 2:30. Next

Floyd 1, Cleveland ':Williams 1, E. Etherton"sat'd Doolittles .................. 15 ::1.833 Thursday she will again be at the

Willie Norton +1.Truck = hiring another man !: ,' Night Owls .............. 17 4 .809 ; High School Home Economics room
Re-Caps U. ;S. 'Sugar go the best agent Sugar Daddies ........ 11 4.733' when school is dismissed (four: o'-
Corp. 6, Nathan Johnson 5, Clew- reason was we had : Boiling House Gators 13 8.619. clock) until six o'clock.
iston Appliance Store 1, "Earnest his i
pay salary.
Wheeles Wonders .... 17 :3 .566
*, Williams 5, Carl E. 'Gel'i ke 1, F. improved any )[HS. KI.Nfi ENTERTAINS FOR
1, I Lab Hot Shots ........... 9 18 .333
D. Duff, Dist. 1. Chairman J. O. Crushers .................... 5 13 .278 HER, GUEST, MIN TATUM .
Passenger He-Caps-J. E. Beards same op nioJ) and Swing Shfit ............ 1 8 .111 !,| ,
._, ley 3, Lou E. Place 1, 'Ronald E. Former County Yj National Mrs. F. L. Tatum, who is' visit-
: League: I
.,;.', Peters I, U. S. Sugar Corp 5, M. Ward was, present, Grease Monkeys ...... UO 7 .740; ing Mr. and 'Mrs. W. D. King fora
: C. Doke 1, Albert .Berka 2., O. S.; refused it
and I few weeks, was honoree at a
) Nut Busters ............17 7 .707
Shelter 3, Carlyle Surrency 1, G.i accepted another in Research, __._n_......... 13 8.619 Michigan party at the'King home

H. George 3, R. A. Westmoreland[\ and was leaving the ;, Juniors ...................... 12 12 .500 f Wednesday evening. .
.: ,' 3, A. L. Andrews 1, ,Yo E. Arnold l Clerk William T. I '' Hawks ......................... '12, 12 '.500 I! Mrs. Carl Johnson won first
., John L. Clarke 2, Thos. King
1, lected to contact prize, and also held the travelling
Real Estate ...._....;._.. 13 14 .4811 i
, + cade 2, Will Freeman 2, Richard.1' ion service for prize at the close of play, Mrs
Eagles .:.:: '.:..,........_? 5 16 t238 :
Morris 1, Melvin Messer 3, A. L. Sugars ............___....... 5. 19' .208 I W. L. Lott won second- prize and
:tI.. .Carr 3, ,V. W. Perry 2, T. L. Tan: Mrs. Tatum was loThe honoree
2 David Floyd 1, I. E. Can V. C. Woodward
.. ner \ was given a memento of the party
,.'\! non 3, Miss Elizabeth Huffaker 4,,I iston a few I H. H. Avant arrived Filclay from by the hostess.
'{ H. M. Sheppard 5, Mrs. Chas. E the Volunteer Fort Knox, Kentucky, and is spending Mrs. King served shrimp salad

Butler 2, Arch 'A. Simmons 2, ported to have I a ten day furlough with his and hot tea to Mrs. F. L. Tatum,
Mrs. O. E. Calloway 2, Cleveland I Hniinary training at parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Avant. Mrs. H. R? Hall, Mrs. C. E. John
Williams 3, Albert R. Palen 3, F c. Macon, Ga., and "Hooky" has been advanced to the son, 1Irs.'V.. L. Lott and Mrs C.
;"I (Continued on Page 8) officer's course in rank of Corporal. J. Lovvorn.IP .



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I I I r-THE Gems intellect of! of Thought man sits en- ,/ .-AC OLE y IH fa f'I

1 visibly upon his fore-
'ihead and in his eye; and the './ ,I
heart of man is written upon ) '-t I GREGORY W.N.U.RELEASE Egg stains on table linen should 1:
I countenance.Longfellow.The'higher be soaked with cold water, as ;;
his THE STORY SO FAR: Ann Lee and spy on him sizzling down in hell! out of his head-what you call non warm water .
I type of man seeks Cole Cody, beneficiaries under two wllli Thanks, little Ann-and you keep compos mentis-in plain English he sets them II!
everything he wants in himself; made by Early Bill Cole of the King Cole your hair on, and maybe you'll ride was as crazy as a bed-bug-when he A teaspoonful of pulverized alum i 1\
the inferior man seeks everything Ranch, arrived simultaneously at the lucky! Yours, Bill Cole." wrote those wall-eyed wills. He told added, to stove blacking will give t\

I he wants from others.- Rance Ranch,to posing be greeted as Old by Bill's Rance nephew Waldron.and "I'm damned," said Cole Cody me-Hell's bells, he told me fifty the stove a brilliant luster' that iI!j

I Confucius. only relative, made It evident they were softly.He times that all he had was goingto will last for a long time. I
He slept beneath the moon. not welcome at the Ranch. Each was held up a similar sheet of pa- be mine! Now here's Miss Lee ,

He basked beneath the sun, determined to stay, however. Later, per, bank note attached. He read, and here's Mr. Cody, both of them Left- ver meat, minced, with 1
I He lived a life of going-to-do, during an argument, Ann accidentallyshot "Hi, Bill Cole 'Cody I Sorry I saying they've, got a will, giving cream or salad dressing makes a
And died with nothing done. Cole. It was then they discoveredOld couldn't wait them the whole shooting works!' popular sandwich filling. '\
missed you having
I -JAMES ALBERRY Bill had made two Identical ; .
Early other Now look here That sounds kind of funny, don't it? *
In this thing one man is superior wills, one leaving all his money and the places to go. .
might to how these wills Place
liked pay see a rubber mat on the ,
I kid I of
sort anyhowwe
to another that he is bet King Cole Ranch to Ann; and the ,
were dated and how they wit- under
were saucer ,
giving the same money and property to t had fun together. So you remember your potted plant and I
ter able to bear prosperity or ad- Cole. However, before his death Old Bill old times and do me a nessed and all that. Whether, it will absorb the right amount of II 1

versity.-Philemon. had sent them each a key to a box. kindness, same as I'd do you at a be, they were made while the olds moisture from the mat. i iI

Now continue with the story. pinch. I made a bet with a dirty man was dying, and was so clean
of Arthur Henry Pope off his nut that both wills are worth
dog, name II
commonly known in and about Bald about- I I
/L CHAPTER X Eagle as the Judge, five hundred He did a nice job of snapping his I II.I

bucks that I'd outlive him. I just fingers.
I {I Il Two old porch-sitters from out to Bald the simply got tired waiting ,for the old When no one else seemed to have St.JsepkASPIRIN .I

Eagle came skallyhooting shared fool to die; so, dammit, kid, I lose anything to say, Aunt Jenifer spokeup
11 1'I
King Cole Ranch. They and here's'the five hundred, and you brightly. 1
to call a hunch. '
what they agreed with hand it to the Judge for me, and "Have all you gentlemen had TI' I 'I I 1 1I I
Likewise, both were scorching tell him it was fun dying, just that breakfast?" she asked. "Wills and ,I

curiosity. Having talked spaciouslyof that way I could make sure him and things, you know, can wait longer
the two newcomers, a pretty girl "
would nevernomoremeet than
me never, appetites. \
l by name of Ann Lee and of a lean, he's hell-bound Unseen King 1
long individual name of Cole Cody up again-for Before departing with Doc Joe, The king of Oyo, head of the \
and I'm always -
along of Doc Joe, me
the had cleared his throat
in having Judge a Yeruba tribe in

the Nigeria
who had brought stage never :
for the Places! Yeee! On
High ;
discussed these two at full length couple of times and had gone s shows his face in public.: A veil :
he don'tclaw
look out
it to him
-Queerly, they didn't even mention handing '' far as to say, of beads is worn to hide his fea- "
hand off, the 'money-
Aunt Jenifer to each other, though your And 'tell him "Speaking of evictions, seems to tures. He has 400 wives and some
both had taken full cognizance of grabbing old coyote. me as though Cal Roundtree might 600 children.
I him and Doc' Joe barginginto
her-they were impelled to travel hope just possibly be within his rights to
drunk together both
town to get ,
throw out the whole kit and
unearthlyhour ca-
I out to the ranch at an
chokes to death. Luck, kid. Yours,
to take stock of conditions Bill Cole." boodle of you. But as to any of
there. the rest of you evicting anyone else Helps
to And Bill Cole Cody, no sissy like -well I reckon it would have to be
in time ,
arrived early just
They Ann Lee, didn't weep. He blew his
see four people gathered about a stormily. like the Irishman playing the fiddle, Preventft \.
nose glared
main and awkwardness. 'I
table with an old black iron box by strength
I centering their attention. I. Better sit in at a poker game and ''t
play for it." And in haste the Judge COlDSJr
v "Aha! the two old porchsitterssaid
simultaneously within themselves caught up with Doc Joe, and a cloudof I
in. J@A' dust showed the way the two had
and came barging
Ann emitted small, shrill squealof taken-each with an honestly earned Put a few drops of Va-tro-nol up
five hundred dollars in his jeans. each nostril at the very first sniffleor
delight. ; 1Wr Its aids
sneeze. quick action
Il II I "Doctor Joe! Oh, Doctor Joe, I'mso Old Early Bill's house was big Nature's defenses
I glad and grateful you came! I'm I enough to accommodate a score of against colds. Follow VICKS

amongst enemies, cruel, horrid men :Y'"k people; consequently its present inhabitants
l that would steal a girl's last penny. little Ann Lee and Aunt in folder VA-TR'Nd "
Jenifer Cole Cody and Rance Wal- t
You come watch, Doctor Joe! ,
dron could all dwell under the one
And Cole Cody, seeing the Judge,
roof without running into each other
IFy said a warm, First Come-
all the time.
"Howdy, Judge. Come guard my v 1 "Here, waiter, give me my hat.
T interests, won't you? They're not I As for young Cole Cody, he left "Yes, sir. What sort was it,
only shooting me up, they're trying the house as soon as he had stowedhis sir?"

to steal my mess of pottage. Keep few belongings in his room, and "A brand-new one."

the eye peeled, will you Judge? And went down to the outbuildings along "Sorry, sir, all the new hats have
the creek, by the barn, seeking Cal "
I'll buy the drinks. been gone more than half an hour.

They got the box open. And, all Roundtree.-
credit to little Ann Lee and some He was sitting on a log that had
9 ? n, o4yS small jcreditijo, Cole Cody, they been 'hauled up to the woodpile, IJ Fxter/ial/i/ .
didn't g"rab.Their eyes, though, did, smoking contemplatively, with his t I.;I&t Caused
7448} grab. wreck of a black Stetson pulled Relieve f fiery itching and

MAKE your bedroom charming. They saw, first of all, two long, Ir down over his eyes. His head came allay! further irritation ,with
are instructions for a sealed envelopes. up with a snap as he heard foot active,specially! medicatedSINt

variety of easily made bedspreadswith "Well, Mr. Cody," said Ann, and steps. r Free

matching dressing-table skirts looked and sounded very brave, "the "Mind if'l perch alongside you?" SampleR >inol,72, *

-directions for making dressing- top envelope is addressed to William demanded Cody. "I've just had a 8 lto.,Md. .

table from a packing box. Cole Cody. If you care to lift it out, long walk and am sort of leg-
I'll take mine!" s
*' weary.
Instructions 7448 contains directions for i Underneath was the one addressedto "Squat," said Cal Roundtree.
Varied bedspreads, dressing table skirts; her. She snatched it, ran her Cody lowered himself to the log and, / e
accessories; materials needed. Send your excited eyes over it, flaunted it in reached for his own papers and e
order to:
his face. Then she tore it open as muslin bag of fine-flaked tobacco, __ -OUR=
fast -as any envelope was ever Roundtree eyeing him narrowly all "Cap makes"gLACRlEAF Brush"Applicator 40",
Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. opened in all the world from the A7 1 the while. "What's on your mind, JUST A GOMUCNfARTNER
82 Eighth Ave. New York DASH !N FEATHERS
( time of Rameses, if they had en- 1 Cody?" he asked bluntly. ?
Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to /
cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo. velopes then, to this current Anno "Plenty," Cole Cody told him, and
Domino year. Her eyes, racing faster -
............... than light travels, that rapid trav- "I'm just hoping that some day I'll licked his cigarette and lighted it.

Name ............................... eler, were shining. A glance told find out who did that for old Bill." "I think I own this outfit That now; I'm Needless Ease
not sure of anything. girl up
Address............................ her the tale, the fairy tale, the story "What's all this about wills?" said at the house" Troubles spring from idleness,
that she knew would be there! "To and grievous toils from needless
Ann Lee I give and bequeath-all Rance Waldron, as sharp as a newtack. "She's the prettiest specimen of ease.-Benjamin Franklin.

my belongings-the properties knownas the girl species I ever clapped eyeson
the King Cole Ranch-" and so "You shut up!" cried Ann Lee. and in my time I've seen some
Gas on StomachRelieved forth- I "You and your wills! We're talking of 'em cute enough to take prizes.

in 5 minutes or double money back "Come hurry, Doctor Joe!" she about-" She spun on her heel like a And she's got as much spunk as Wh9
When excess stomach acid causes painful suffocat cried. "You were right! Look!" small whirlwind. "Doc Joe! Here's anybody needs, with maybe a mite aches ard pans ot
log gaa Bour stomach and heartburn,doctors usually p
five hundred dollars! Golly 1 thrown in.
prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known for Cole Cody nailed the' Judge with your extra RHEUMATISMLarge
epmytomaticrelief-medicines like those in Bell-ana Here-here's five hundred dol- that's ,
Tablets. No laxative. Bell-ans brings comfort in a his eye. your "She's not bad looking, a +r
jiffy or doable year money back on return of bottle lars, Doc Joe!" agreed Cody without enthusiasm. + NEURITIS-LUMBAGO!
to OB.Sac at afl druggists. "Hey, Judge! he called cheerily. fact,
"Step over, will you? We maybe are "Thanking you kindly, Miss," said "As for spunk, she's got as a
going to need arbitration, and I pick Doc Joe, and took his rightful win much temper as you'd find in two

. Bright Idea you for my sponsor! Ten per cent nings. wild cats with their tails tied to

Clerk-If'you were in my shoes, of the net proceeds, if any, goes to "Well," said Cole Cody, "here's gether. What I was going to say, hi"r

sir, what would you do? you. How 'about it? Let's both ride yours, Judge. Like,Early Bill says, here's a funny mix-up: I think I
Employer-I'd shine them. lucky!" I'm hoping you and Doc Joe choketo own the place and she thinks she "r I

"What in the world is this?" exclaimed death." owns it. On top of all that, there's
Bottleb( neU'iramisi'l} -SmalI Size 60c
Ann Lee. She waved a sheet ,The Judge 'cleared his throat, accepted that Rance Waldron fellow who putsin IT Ul ODD HOG STORES or BY Hill.ricupt il price
GET of paper; there was 'a bank note : the ,bank note, cleared his his claim." MCNEIL DRUG co., inc.
AFTER RHEUMATIC PAIN pinned to it. "Listen! It says: 'Lit- throat ,again. Beyond that, being "You see," Cole Cody continued, 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville, Florida

With a Medicine that will Prove Itself tle Ann Lee, I sort of kind of liked both lawyer and banker, he would "I never knew Early Bill Cole. Or

If you suffer from rheumatic painor you. You were mighty sweet to me, not go."But. if I did know him, as Doc Joe and

muscular aches,buy C-2223 today little Ann; you were, like a flower like' was saying," Cole the Judge seem to be sure of, thenI .*
for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1. and I bet you make yourself a lot Cody went on, "having done with didn't know I knew him. Maybe *

bottle Caution purchase: Use only price as directed.refunded First by of trouble though, but all live gals do wishing, here is the tall, straightand that's hard to get, but that's the _

druggist if not satisfied. Get C-2223. such! Do me a favor, will you? I shining fact of the matter. I've only way I can put it." 3

made a bet with a crazy galoot got in my hand a legal-looking pa- "He was a queer old rooster," said mUTED STATESBONDS
name of Josephus Daniel Dodge, per. It calls itself a will, last will Cal Roundtree. "I guess I knew

Republic of Texas generally known far and wide, most- and testament. It gives and be- him about as well as anybody ever AND
Texas is the only state which ly in low dives and disgraceful queaths and etcetera, all his be- did; I worked for him for sixteen STAMPS'III'

entered the Union by treaty madeas places, as Doc Joe. I made the old longings and properties and acces years, and out on the range we .
an independent republic. fool a bet, five hundred dollars that sories-with some to wits and some slept together more than once, and -

me, I'd outlive him. And here I am more etceteras the King Cole we et together and got mad at one

as good as dead already! Wouldn't Ranch thrown in-to a certain gent another. He was, to my notion, the
that make you mad, lit-' name of William Cole' Cody, whichis finest man that ever walked in a 'ftiG *

She began to cry, dabbing furiously me! And could you tell me, Judge, pair of boots or forked a horse .or
Buys you the at her eyes. But she jerked her without straining yourselfwhosetime got drunk or played cards or gave
head up and let the tears run as is it right now to laugh? To his money with both hands to folks

they darn well pleased, and kept laugh, my. good friend and counsellor that, was in want, and he didn't ask
right straight on reading: like a whole pack of hyenas? any questions about their pedigree.

WSHAVah.ryartkrau.o "Wouldn't that make you mad, Mine? You're sure shouting! Haw!" Yep, I knew old Early" Bill as wellas AsHp assi

little Ann Lee? Well, it makes me Rance Waldron was as interestedas anybody on earth. 9S PARR .
mad, but I lose and I pay. Here's any. More interested than the / "Somebody shot him?

t..y.r.on.third tbinner.e _. five hundred dollars. Suppose you others, from the look of him. He "Yes. I'm just hoping with all Choice SATISFACTION of the LATEST GUARANTEED STYLES-ftmarUbry of your money tactIt LOW PRtCEi ye aqlaotaati |

DOUBLE OR hand it over to Doc Joe and tell him said, speaking smoothly, my hope-machinery that some day fled-4Myaanoteaetyouacd. I
J SINGLE EDGE that anyhow I'll get me my laugh, "I might help you folks out, may- I'll find out who did that. for old SEND NO MONEY Walnwalej r raw

4f rl0C sitting up on a big white cloud with be. My uncle-Mr. William Cole, Bill." many rtyttt and LOW PRICES aret
I nice pink trimmings and playing you know-was pretty old. What's "Tell me about it; all that you at or+cost

Manufactured and guaranteed by 'Home Sweet Home' on my harp, the word for it? Senile? It's my 'know." -- I o.vr. Nan
FEDERAL RAZOR BLADE CO.,NEW YORK while I peek down pretty soon and thought that he was dying\ and was (TO BE CONTINUED) .



j r lq"U"ql'. I'A"T" tt' ..> I OUR COMIC SECTIONPETER I ] Greatest SwindleThe I

f1 / greatest: swindle in historywas

;: 'zI : % DI perpetrated by Germany in
her payments of reparations after
That's Adam r- _
I \ the First World to
war, according
Freddie (who had finished his apple)
-Let's play "Adam and Eve." I/f- Collier's.
Millie-How do we do that? I Among the numerous absurd
._ Freddie-You tempt me to cat your ? PEEVEWNU '
apple and I git.Considering. in. 'I/I/ g\s Items chalked up as "payments"to
/ ) the Allies to compensate in part
the high price of and
: for her devastations were the cost
vegetables, it doesn't seem so of the German warships which

strange to measure gold and dia 1P1 were scuttled by their
own crews
monds in "carats. Hca !
in Scapa Flow after being turned

A Tie \ over to the British, and the inter-

"Look here, waiter, at the hairI est on the $7,500,000,000 lent her

found in the turtle soup." by the Allies after the war to en-

"Yes, sir; this is the time the able her to get back on her feet.
hair and the turtle came in to.



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, f-3=tii..\ right here, Bill, I want to
.. ..,: acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and bring in to meet "
.f- ugly Broken-out skin. Millions relieve .0'p papa you.
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There a feeling Eternity
youth which makes amends for

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you suffer from hot flashes dizziness
60 Years PIECE OF MY distress of "Irregularities",are
e weak, nervous Irritable, blue at
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0'o period In a woman'sUtetry
Lydia E. Plnkham's Vege-
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For Victory

I. Q May Warn of Disordered
B, Kidney Action
SAM NICHOLS Modern We with Its hurry and worry
WNU Features. 1 LI n Srlwri Irregular habit. Improper eating *nd
..r I i drinking-Sta risk:of exposure and infection
-throws heavy strain on the workof
the kidneys. They are apt to become
7q I over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
s 1--
STUMPED Daily Tummy Time WATTA_GIRL! and other. impurities from the bfeglvin.rblood. .

r Bobby-Mommy, isn't it twelve You may suffer nagging backache
it time for lunch headache, dizziness, getting up nights
.. o'clock yet? Isn't ? leg pains, swelling-feel constantly
Mother-No, not yet, son. tired,nervous,all worn out. Other signs
of kidney or bladder disorder are sometimes -
: e Bobby-That's funny, I guess my burning, scanty or too frequent
tummy must be running fast. urination. the
Try Doan't Pitta. Doan'a help
kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
: waste. They have had more than hall&
Speak From Experience century of public approval. Are recommended .
. .. by grateful users everywhere.Ask
I .
! Johnny-Dad, does bigamy.mean your MighborJ.r
Ned-Say, what burns to keep a that a man has one wife too many? Mr.-I hear Sylvia was the life

BUY U. S. BONDS secret? Daddy-Not necessarily, son. A of the party.

Ted-I give up. What? man can have one wife too many Mrs.-Yes, she was the only one
AND STAMPS Ned-Sealing wax. .. and still not be a bigamist. who could talk'louder than the radio.

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when we get broken in, we'll do I mailing list. Explaining the situa-1 I most satisfactory 'method of I I per be sent to them, and in all'\
The Clewiston News better. At any rate if there's anything tion to them we ask'for the payment -]t ing the problem. We hope to cases where we remember the individual ,
that will make you want Victory of one dollar as a "service- a sponsor 'for, every man on we are sending the letterto :;

to get here any quicker a Vic man's subscription" for a year. That I list. There are some boys' who them. Incidentally, you folks ;I I
Florida published, by every the Friday CLEWISTON In Clewleton NEWS,, tory bike will do the trick. will get us by the postal regulation, J ed here long enough to feel pa-here at home, if there's someone'I, ..
inc. and still let us do our bit to ''bring :Clewiston is" home, and yet you would like to sponsor a subscription .:
the home town news to you folks' families live elsewhere. Most for, feel free to' go-

KEATIILEY. BOWDEX, Editor ................................-...-..................................................................... who are out there doing the work '' these boys have friends who ahead and do it. We will not take
,and the fighting for us. given their names and addresses but one dollar for each subscrip-

as second: class mall matter We think this is the, quickest and us with the, request that the (Continued on :Page 8))
February 1. 1927. at the Pest Office 1 1Clewiston. In
Florida, under the Act of WithOur _. ..
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March 3, 1897.Subscription ."

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,,:..:,,:..:,.:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: short Private furlough Toni from Geunille the Army spent here::1 I ; .,P a} .
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with his sister, Mrs. J. S. Haven, : jt .

RAMBLINGS .' and witjijiis parents, Mr. and Mrs, ",: F I I/IoToR '{:
J. J. Gennille of 'Bare Beach. Tomentered 0 .. ; "
By B. 'Bl. the Army the first of last I ; :

(---.-NON------NNIN---- ------ MAN N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..I.1 1,: Camp October Shelby and ,is in now Mississippi.stationed at \\I S;.,<.+?.: ,;,'; ;:: itj'?,mm4 i' :T T i m&ftJ&t Sft S' ,/;,"I.r. ,,,jfi: 1 :;

Of late our household 'has become I"" ..... ". k- -'ii; ? V JXIl4i: ; > :' H.!!EJl It y. f( %l', 'blli.i :
might .'Say; of: ,. :1
addicts, you Charles Turner, who entered the ,' .i % ;
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlingfr., < -Thi: Navy and' a half ago, has .i* # .
week we came into 'possession of recently a year been promoted to Radio /'r' .;..:::./'. 4I'Y'r,1,4,.,. :=,f ; ;; /l. / ./,1.yl?,. :; N

her Cross Creek Cookery It's the< Mate 3rd class,' which is doing %* ('i.. <,.X. ''..,. .;.:;.. : : : ,Wrff:jft..4'+:i :# ifs.r4/lrr'N'r'; !. ;i y'
grandest book for browsing arount mighty well for one so young k/ ; i1l. <<:;; .i"\'d' d..f.:+ ft+JI. in we've' ever seen. And if you Charles is one of the boys who f. W' : A r4.1.:, 4., .t:"<':f.l.; ff: j u.X ;"car: F

come in some time and we an answered the Navy's call 'for young 5,.;4.r..l.y'7.. .. .. .. 1. /. .%: ."./ / )%Ay: +tt/i %Y
drooling at the mouth it'l he fpr.. ::%. ya." 4fsi/c. ,!,$?; ,;.f4 s. 7:f5.c Y ,r.?q.a'dG"rrltii/efl l'r.' N i/ !,.: r simply men, for' he went in so young {; i
. be the result of reading or daydreaming had to' have parental consent. Re- .
over some of her recipes ceiving his' radio training on'the

Even despite the cooking hints thai West Coast, he was stationed in
were dropped in other books, not Oregon and in California. He has -
ably of course Cross Creek, we wert, been at sea for many months now, Get NOW
not 'prepared to find ourselves in and is' somewhere, in the South- ED CHECK-UP Chevrolet dealers service all makes of cars and trucks. ':

such wholehearted agreement with west Pacific.' He wrote his mother SKI1L tit.. I
her 'ideas. We never thought an that he had not talked to a woman Check and roto!s Chevrolet dealers have had the broadest experience- I

outsider would ever fully appreciate in 7 months, and had not seena lubrication servicing millions of new and used cars and trucks. ;
Florida's native contributions to the Check carburetor j!
white woman. t' engIne, i iV
realm of food. But they are allthere skilled trained mechanics.
Chtery Chevrolet dealers have I
mixed in' delightful sequence ( '
From Phelix Slonaker in Fort

ham with in gourmet sherry, recipes and mousses for ,baked and Benning's Parachute School we received V Check" brakes steering and WC Chevrolet dealers have modern tools and equipment. I I

this week a series of 6 pictures .Check t:
most elegant sounding things. I
the .
t' '
But Mrs. Rawlings 'knows' theproper which portray a parachutist'sjump. 019nm, teh trailunlRjO", Chevrolet,dealers give quality service at low cost. :
follow the soldier '
method. of making'hush- 41 Check dauxler .
from inside the'plane.. through all t' '
that just c-
and she knows
fried in the stages of the jump, .the parachute
mixture of corn-bread
any and the perfect land- "
opening, I
hush- I
fish grease is not a
clear and sharp,,
She knows that, wild duel+ ing. The prints are
puppy.should be thoroughly' cooked, de- and very interesting. Thanks,,, SEE YOUR LOCAL ,
Phelix, and we hope that foot is
spite the countless cookbooks which ,BUY U.S:
wild duck. She rot troubling you any more. WAR BONDS
advocate a rare
I er : C HE
knows. ,that the secret of venisonis : AMD Si MPS'. .
not to over-cook it. There's And from *. Pearl Harber came I '
ways of ,preparing sea foods, of this letter from. ;f Art:, I DEALER- TODAY .
making marmalades, of cooking January 31, 1943.
vege ables/ that would make your Dear Mr. .and Mrs. Bowden: ..I HEADQUARTERS FOR SERVICE ON ALL MAKES, OF CARS AND T.RUCKS.
mouth water. We are also heartilyin I take this opportunity to tell ;

agreement with her favorite pou that I am getting the Clewis-

method of eating mangoes. "Go ,Lon News regularly and have been ..
into the kitchen, alone, close the called; down for taking time out to Hub Chevrolet.Company' "
door and lean over the sink." I glance through it. I read every ,

We're hoping this year to have line and column. The article, ,
"With Our Boys in SerYi e' is one
some. jHadcn mang'oes. on our tree. ,
3f interest to all of 'us away CLEWISTON FLORIDA
We'll call them Victory mangoes, great ,
if we have them. For the past from Clewiston. '.,I, too, enjoy reading r.-:' .. .

three years our tree has been cov- letters published from.' the other .--' ....... .-
ered with blooms but the fruit, ioys. ---- : .. : ; :: .e;:. "7'T"7',7; :

drops when tiny. All the remedies I may 'never be in actual combat ( .. ., ',.,., '.; ." ,. ,J" '(.... ,: .,' .,'! .. .0'" .; : ... ... .' ...:: .'. .
service, but try, to feel, as though I THE OLD JUDGE : >: : : ; : : '. ... <, : '
suggested: have been to no avail. .t'f. : .7 t."; :-. : :" ':. .<..,. ...:..;.
This Mrs. McGehee told us im doing my part when I am help- '" '" '{ -,. J: -
year -I' :- ,,' ; ; .i.
that a man who growsexcellent ng work mail out of thousandsf "Y\\\ <
sacks. When the boys come in
mangoes in Fort Lauderdale told )> .. .
her that unless it rained the'mango : from Down Under (Solomons) we ( .,.!...,.. ::- '.'
blooms should be watered with the sere in the postal services would J.')

hose. So we're watering our gladly; work all night to get mail ':' .
blooms about every third day, hoping ,distributed for them. It is such -" ( ,
the charm works. We always a ,joy' to see their faces even though .Il

thought. that trees should be watered :hey. just, get; their home town paler i iI

at the roots but apparently it's I ? _, < I
the mango blooms, that get thirsty,, I I Letters, cards and papers .from
so we're- giving them the water to I home and friends' are the bright I. '\;':

drink:: spots in a service man's life: I .
I I know ..because;> I. was without any

This. week we' became' the proud mail for two weeks. I have been \
possessor of a Victory bicycle I very fortunate in my short Navy

We've wanted a bicycle 'all our life I,life.; The men I am with are all L1 'vy,
and for several months have felt I specialists ,in their line of wort and r 1 r

the acute need of ,one. So the it is a wonderful group. .
matter. of a certificate' was grantedby I get many letters and card's.from.

the local ration,.board, the ,bike Clewiston friends which 'are greatly -
v/as bought, and we were indeed appreciated.: Today I had a'' note

proud. But the saying "pride from each member of the Kiwanis"

goeth before a fall" is correct. Riding Club. Things like that makes one

a Victory Jbike! is unlike any feel they are..not so far away.
sport you have, ver' indulged in.It's I May this 'New Year bring the

twice as hard as" walking the Best .to the Bowden Family. I ...
same distance, but we do admit Sincerely, .*
you get there. quicker. The govern- ART.
ment could save itself 'a lot of And that brings us to the most

red tape, if -it would give people a [unpleasant task that, any government .- '' ;

trial ride on the bike. No one regulation has forced uponus. .
would' want more. The bike is so' Recent regulations of the postal .'. .' .- : '- '
production boards require 47 ) I
short you are sitting right above and war -
all newspapers to entirely ..
the pedals. The handlebars are' on- /
ly half wide enough and the gripson I I discontinue any complimentary dis ",< .
them are made of wood. But tributiori. There are further re

it's a means of transportation 'and I' quirements to papers mailed ,
we are very pleased to have it. overseas. In order to meet all of ,"Suie been a great year for crops, Judge... more important than ever. ,
The day will probably come when these rulings we are obliged to best we've had in quite a spell." "Here's just one example of what I mean.

the Bucking Broncho and I get I. withdraw our offer of sending the "That's true,Henry...all over thecountry. The beverage distilling industry alone will

used to ,each other.' Life, then, paper free to Servicemen from As a matter of fact, there's been quite a use 100,000,000> bushels of this surplus to .
won't be so hard. I ClewIston. Knowing that the pa surplus supply of grain according to some make alcohol seriously needed by the government '. -=
The fall 'was due to mistaken per is most welcome to them, we rubber .'
synthetic :
:1 the figures I saw in one of your farm papers the for gunpowder, t '
judgment. The crack between the: have struggled with problemof is chemicals and medical supplies. -
other day. But that surplus being used to
boards bridges in looked one wider of those than sidewalk the ation the in best hopes way that to handle we can the avoid situ- mighty good advantage and is making the "So,keepitgrowin' Henry...you're doing

nar dropping service man ,from the contribution of you farmers to the war. effort a great job." .
row tire on the bike, but we didn'tthinkit any ,
really was. That was our, list.r This week we a1e' writinga \;

mistake, in judgment.One letter to the family (or to 'a Industries,,Int. I
of Alcol.olic Cettjote
trip to the bank andback: friend in case there is, no ,family / t Conference
----- .
was enough 'for the first, day, but: here) ..of each. service ,. man...on our [ "-
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major operation, will return home ALTAR SOCIETY MEETINGThe I cream and hot tea were served by work on fence. Route A, Box 370

today Altar Society of St. 1\1ar-\\ the hostess to- Mrs. Glen Utherton, i ILaBelle, Fla. Mrs. J. S. Parsons..
: -::. garet's Church' met at the home Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. GeorgeE. !tp. ,

[ 'Personals ] DukePadgettMiss 'of Mrs.' C. A. Martinez Thursday I I Crow, Mrs A. W. Lawrence,

; afternoon, with Mrs. C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. Curtis I LOST
-Gold pin, shape of map ot
new president,. in charge. I Thompson and Mrs Lambert Lang. Alaska, and engraved with word
Lily Padgett of Clewiston Routine business was discussed. "
"Alaska. $5.00 reward if return....
Mrs. W. E. Dilley of South Bay and Perry Duke of, .;Okeechobeewere The society made plans for con- Mrs. Nicholas V. S. Mumford en- I ed to Louise Roath. lt( ,

spent the week-end in Clewiston married in Okeechobee Sunday firmation, anticipating- the visit ofj tertained her bridge club Wednesday I
i morning, in a quiet ceremony per- Bishop Hurley next Wednesday | II
friends. afternoon. Mrs. R. C. Wilson :
| FOil
F I W. Mrs Martinez served chicken SALE-1040 model =6 foot
formed by County Judge T. -' was winner of first prize and Mrs.
::to after''' I Ii r Frigldaire. Perfect condition.
salad during the social hour '
Mrs. M. D. Royals left this week Conely, Jr. i F. E. Conkling of second prize: $200. Mrs. Carlton
I the business meeting. Those at- | Prevatt, Box:
., bride Is a' daughter of Mrs.
'.'.., for Panama City to Join her hus- The Mrs. Mumford served sandwiches, 'I 477, Clewiston.
I tending Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez,
Moran of Pahokee and is were
: band, who is employed U ere. Charles I cookies and tea to Mrs. 'W. E.
the office here. Mrs. John DeValcourt, Mrs.
>' I employed in sugar F.I Dilley "of South Bay, Mrs. J. E. '
". Mueller, Mrs. John Lucali, l\I LOST-!Man's leatherjacket, lost
The groom is a 'son of Buster I
Mrs. F. E. Cltalker"and grand Beardsley, Mrs Conkling, Mrs Otto
daughter, Sylvia Beatty, spent this !lof Charleston, S. C., and Mrs. 15. !Jack Schopenhauer, Mrs. Gene I Larsen, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. C. J. j from running board of car in
; '- Powers, Mis. G. N. Pitson, Mrs. H. I Clewiston. $1.00 reward if
Gawling, of Houston, Texas. N'elsen re-
week visiting in Lakeland. Mrs. F. Deane Duff. and
I I For her wedding, Mrs. Duke J. Oglesby, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. \' Mrs. .'V. C. Owen. I I I turned, to Clewiston Motor Com ,

Mrs. Neal Williamson and Mrs. wore a gold street dress with w"hiteI M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. Philip Thiel-!! I pany. .
en, Mrs. C..A. TJoudereaux, Mrs. BAPTIST LADIES ALL-DAY
M. Cr Thomas of Lake Harbor were I
Win. Calyer, Mrs Nielsen and Mrs.J. MEETING TUESDAY I LOST-Bill-fold
visitors in Clewiston Tuesday.Mrs. COMPLIMENTEDWITH containing .Identification
J. C. 7ILER F. Tippey.
SURPRISE PARTYJ. ._ ____ papers. $5.00 reward it
G. H. Small returned ,to _. A most inspirational day was I returned to J. K. Keine. Phone
Clewiston from Lee Memorial Hos-I I LADIES AID SOCIETY TO II I spent by the ladies -of the ,W. 'M. S. 47M. 2toDRESSMAKING
Monday. Carl Ziler, one of the instructors ELECT OFFICERS IN ,)MARCH
pital in Fort Myers .the Clewiston Baptist'Church I
i I lof i iI _
at Riddle McKay Aero '
j I The Ladies Aid Society met in1 Tuesday.
Mrs' S. C. Stalls of Moore Ha- College, .was complimented with a;the Community Center Thursday I .
ven was a business visitor in ,.Clewiston surprise birthday party Monday I I afternoon for its regular February I I' Preceding thse Missionary pro If'j ALTERING,
Tuesday. evening. The party was given at I meeting. Mrs. W. C. Owen P-ie-j gram and business meeting at 3:30 l I InuTTOXHOLE
the Officers Mess Hall at Riddle I in the church, the ladies met at the MAKING
sided, and appointed a nominating
home of Mrs. W. F. Nall, local '
Mr. and Mrs .Robert Westmore- Field. committee to report at the March I j' Mrs: Inez Pope
president, for study of the meth-
.S land have as their guest Mr.. West- Attending were Mr. and Mrs. J. i meeting. The, committee consisted : .
moreland's father. C. Ziler, Mr. .and Mrs G. W. Tyson,; of Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. H. R. I gods i book" "The New Way and I Millcrest sear Passenger Depot
Mr. and Mrs. F., E. Hunziker, Mr. Hall and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. i How taught by 'Mrs. J. W. Rash-
Mrs. Everet"t"i'Csper and chil-land Mrs. Willard ,F. King, Lieutenant N. ley, of Belle Glade, W. M. U. Associational I (next door to Bill Allen's)
I The Rev. John Montgomery attended -
dren the week-end in Moore Kline president. Mrs Jones
spent and Mrs. and Flight
Haven with> Mr, and Mrs.' J. W.,j Lieutenant E.. J. Smith. the meeting and talked to of Belle Glade, taught >the chapteron l .;...
the members, suggesting plans fora
Ad kins. I I Young People's work.
-- reorganization of the group.
TAYLORS ARE HOSTS At the noon hour a covered dish Johnson's Fish Camp
I There was some discussion of the :
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Reahard, Jr., .I luncheon was served to the following -

spent the. week-end in Fort Myers: 1 I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Taylor, Jr.,' suggestion but plans were left until I : Mrs, Rashley, Mrs. Jones, ,(Near Hurricane Gate) s;
a later meeting.
with Mr. and Mrs. J, F. ;Reahard, entertained with a spaghetti supper -I' Mrs. Cruz, Belle Glade, and Mrs. Clewiston, Fla.
-- Sr. at their home Saturday evening The hostesses, Mrs. Foy Dur-I Ben Bolton, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Boats and Motors-Guide Service
_. I rence, Mrs. C. L.. Downs and .. Rates Reasonable
Their guests were Mr. and I Mrs. Fred Sikes, Mrs. C. R. Krueger -
:/ Mrs. Harry Lamb Mrs. Lee Mrs. Foy Durrence, and. Mr.. and R. Y. Patterson served refresh"I| Mrs O. .A. Clark, Mrs. H. C. W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
:' ,. Rigsby and Mrs.. W. D. Coker' of 1 Mrs George Crow. ( ments ,after the_ meeting, .... Meador, Mrs. Arch Hodges and Rev.
: II (
:, Okeechobee were guests of (r1 ; 1 H. C. Meador.

.f :' { SEW RED ,CROSS GARMENTS. I Mrs. HubSpooner wa's, hostess J. M. COUSE f f

y' ...; ", Mrs. C. R. Martin of Buffalo, N.!:i Tuesday evening to members of ANTED-Some one to plant hog
.. Counselor and Law
Attorney at
' ,' Y., arrived :yesterday for a visit The Mothers Club of the?Nursery her bridge club. First prize waswon feed on eight acres for the use ,

with her daughter, Mrs. A. R. Department of the Community Sun by Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, second of ten. On the river front 16 miles Hopkins Building,

..,; Brink and family. day School met at the Community-I I by Mrs. Foy Durrence and lotI vl I west of Clewiston. Land, tractor Wednesdays and Saturdays

Center last 'night with Mrs L. M.I I hy Mrs R. M. Hare,;Jr. i j and fuel furnished; other party to 9:30 to 4:00

Miss June Hooker, Lou Place, Weetman and Mrs. W. D. Wylien Delicious cherry tarts with ice furnish seed, labor and do some l lI

Denny Racener and Gordon hostesses. I I r ....
visited friends in Miami over the Except for. a short business session -I '

:. week-end. I the evening ,was spent in sew I I -
,- ing on operating gowns'. for1"'" .. the I :"': / ;.
Mr. and Mrs. Gideon H. Brown, Red Cross. I i ;:iJ : -

Mrs. Clyde Egley, Mrs. Gorda Collins The hostesses sevred-::strawberry' '
and John Sullivan went to Belle ;:
shortcake '.
and coffee to Mrs. J W. :

.;, .., .. Glade Tuesday evening for a meeting Ezelle, Mrs. Carl W. Johnson, Mrs. r
of Royal's employees. J.V.. Durden, Mrs. A. J. Lingham, -','
Mrs. C. E. Gericke, Mrs. G. H. .. '"

.: Miss Roberta ,Spicer, Miss Flor Brown, Mrs. C.' L. McLendon, Mrs.B. .,'.: -
ence Graham and RAF Cadet Ar T. Vorhees Mrs. Bowden -
K. and '<,:
,.. thur Banks spent Sunday In Canal 1 a guest, Mrs.: W'.L. .Lott.: '__, iJ "
.. ". ', '..," .- .* Point with$? ,Mr. and ""Mrs.Williain. :. "

R. W. Turk is going to Fort ,:;. _>/ I-i, >

'Myers this afternoon and will b e I The Instructors Club was the .. '

accompanied on his return by Mrs scene of a spaghetti dinner Wednesday .

Turk and their infant daughter, evening, arranged for members .. .

Joan Eleanor.' ',- 0' of the club and their families. .::.:. "',':,,i:' 5.: '; 1)1 "

,. The affair was planned by Jimmy. ) ; '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Bin g Cousins and Jimmy Durden. < -,.
: .-' ': >-
have had as their guest for the About one hundred and twenty r. '. "
::,<, past ten days Mr.: Blng's mother, people attended and enjoyed the

__- '. -Mrs. Julia: Ding of I3 Blackstone, Vir I dinner which was prepared by ,Lawrence

ginia. Mrs. Bing is leaving tomorrow Di Marco, a former: chef, assisted )
;, to return to Blackstone. by Dewey, Guay. ,
./ -j '.
_ ..: Lynn I., Fuller' of Willoughby, ;: DINNER, PARTY 0'

t .- Ohio, is visiting ,his brother, C. W.

Fuller, for a few days. Mr. Full Mr. ,and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn entertained

,i er maintenance is in charge for Andrews of properties Institute and, I the Clewiston with,Inn a dinner Sunday party evening at H W.t PJ iUNc V@ ffi !! r Si Urm !

a large preparatory school for girl honoring Miss' Lee ,Pridgen. Guests -.,. -

Mr. and Mrs. .J. II., Pressley were W.were H. Miss Lanier Pridgen Mrs. ,For Mr. Deans and Mrs.and H, ,:.',:.r, ;/ -. iij Wj I rm fiH if m iE Tf i @ IU 0, .

'recent visitors in Fort Myers, going Burton, Hundertmark.. -
over to make arrangements to :
move there in a short ,while. Mr. COMMUNITY CHURCH; D :; .f =:- '
..> f.f
r- : : \< A & ; tfl. W ,
Pressley has
accepted employmentat John N. Montgomery, Minister, _.." ..;" .I '''41' -
'' .
'f) c ,
the Fort Myers shipyard. -- ." ;. ":;: / ': -
': :, :, ( -2 .
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.; : ; ); ;
Elbert. Hooker arrived Wednesday :\ 11: 001IorningVorship.. S"u'bject "

night for a short visit with "Giving Christ First Place.": ,. .' "; (} Nothing has warmed us more at Florida Motor Lines than the discovery ; ;. .
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. GtSO-Junior Christian Endeavor. '
ifjtj that our are not merely riders-but understanding
Hooker. ,
Elbert has completed his 7:30--Evening Worship. Subject, .
boot training in the ,Navy at the "Four Freedoms." I. "Freedom ,- ..: ,,J. .' ',, -"l' :." friends. This, despite war's swift-changing habits.
,> Norfolk station and will return from Want.". ..- 1. :, '-- ... .

there for. ,assignment.. .l There will be reception of members :" <. After all, those who- must travel today-must give up much .>-. : ,

; : at the morning service Sun- ;""-, ':, endure much. And you have accepted these mounting discomforts. '
Mrs. J.: D. Rogers and children days All those, who have met ,with 'J_ .:;:.: ,:'. with amazing good cheer and good sportsmanship. .

have'gone to Miami where they are the session or are to be received (' '- -

residing for the present. Mr. II by letter from 'other churches are '- .' You've made us even a little ashamed to air our troubles of various!

Rogers is employed in Key West, I asked to be present for public rec!I. .,.'. :
and Mrs. Rogers is taking medical ognition. : -h--- shortages: Equipment, labor, tires and whatnot. You have mads. -.us.

>, treatment in Miami where the I I Attendance has fallen off some ? -;, ;:'0' feel that anything that Florida Motor Lines and! our passengers can '

family has taken an apartment.Mr. what with the colder weather. Anew d:> for America's ultimate good-is right and patriotic. '' I:

heater has been Installed which

and Mrs. B.- L. Thompson will heat the church, on cold Sundays Buffeted about-squeezed in-left standing in the aisles-and left ..

;; had as their guests for: several days ;v at the post-you've shown a genuine American characteristic-the '

:, over the week-end Mr. Thompson's The Community Church wishes ability to "take it," if it's justifiable.
mother, Mrs. Alma Cox, of Marlin, to serve those of all denominations.If .

, ", Texas, and his brother, J. T. Thompson you have no church>liome here, Florida Motor Lines appreciates this indulgence. And when ,
:; and his wife
of Ruston, La. join with us in worship and study. '
-.: The visitors are spending a few returns, we. pledge to serve you in a manner to make you forget ,

days in Fort Myers with Mr. andS CUB PACK: MEETINGA. the inadequacies of our emergency: You've been pretty swell,'

Mrs. C. N. Thaggard, before returning I folks ., in fact, you've been wonderful!

to their homes. R. Brink, flying' instructor "

from Riddle Field, was a guest at '
i Mrs. J. M. Boyd and children, the meeting of the ,Clewiston Cub -
Miller Store
J.... Jimmy' and Betty Carol, left Saturday Pack Friday evening. He talkedto Drug

for their home in Augusta, the Cubs, on the subject of aviation Canal Point, :Flat .
Ga., after spending a few weeks and answered questions of the
.., here with her parents, Mr. and eager 'ouths'on the 'subject
; Mrs. W. T. Wheeless. Mrs. JamesA. I Den 3 served cookies and fruit i

Boyd accompanied her sister; juice after the meeting.
as far as Leesburg and visited for The Cub Pack meets monthly the

': s. few days with her mother-in-law, first Friday evening in each:] ? a

returning to Clewiston Wednesday. month at eight o'clock. Meetingsare

Mrs. Wheeless, who has been confined held in the band room adjacent

._ to Good Samaritan Hospital[ to the Red Cross room in the City
uThi eat Palm Beach since a recent, Hall building. >
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1 I hive z dtarvdy hobby :

May of last year we heard of SUNDAY
the monsoon in Assam stopping the now.

Japanese advance, and many Its like. th
BY HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. fc. fc.me, t \
newspapers spoke of Cherrapunj: tQ W t Q ADIOS Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
In that state, as the wettest place i'GE SCREEN (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) never endsI \
In the world. Well, Cherrapunj By VIRGINIA VALE look fc.t folks who
is certainly moist. For 40 year Released by Western Newspaper Union. ;
its average rainfall has been 426; Washington, D. C. Lesson for February 14 piss in crowds i

inches for each 12 months. One CROWN PRINCESS MARTHAThe FEW years ago a radio pro- "
A i
there were 30 inches a day for 5 crown princess of Norway is ducer, an actress and an actor Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected And pick out \.
and by
days on end, and 40 inches fell now a full-fledged member" of the formed a trio to produce and Council of Religious copyrighted Education: used 'by lots ,oF un- 6d -
June 11 1873. "Short-Snorters Club, with such I.crmlsslon.
in one day on act in series of transcriptionscalled '
Yet Cherrapunji is not the wettest other distinguished personages as a knoun friends

place on our planet. That distinction Winston Churchill and Henry A. Wal "Story of Martha Blair. JESUS HEALS A MAN R"1'c 4

belongs to Waialeale, in lace.It Results: the producer marriedthe BORN BLIND

the island of Kanai, Hawaii. During ; happened as the Princess Mar- actress, who became famouson ; i

five successive years the annual tha was returning by clipper from the and screen. The LESSON TEXT-John 91838. i

rainfall here was no less thai England to her home in Maryland.The stage for himself in GOLDEN TEXT-"One thing I know, that WNU Features.
inches. stewardess on the plane askedif actor made a name whereas I was blind, now I see."-John 9:25.
the air.
she were a member of the club, the movies, as well as on
The director stepped right ahead
which requires every member to The love of Christ is seen in its
carry a marked $1 bill as a certifi- also. He's Carlton Alsop, producerof full beauty against the 'background
To Relieve'Bronchitis radio's "Abie's Irish Rose, now i
How not.
cate of membership. She was of man's hatred and unbelief. Last i
transcribing 15 quarter-hour pro- '
other promptly .
Whereupon passengers She'sMartha week we saw Him coming away from
for the Red Cross.
their dollar billstokenof grams
the stones with which his enemies
of them
the Scott, who did one
membership in the club-
He's Joseph sought to kill him. As,He passed by
with the actor.
princess to sign. young He had the time and the compas-
in ink "Mar- Cotten, star of the new Hitchcock
She wrote her name ,
relieves promptly be- sion to stop and help who :
Creomulsion of Doubt. a man If a child's birthday is forgotten
cause it goes right to the seat of the tha, Crown Princess of Norway, thriller, "Shadow a had been born blind. His disciples, till the last minute, fix a novel i
loosen and expel dollar bills that day -Yc-
trouble to help across a dozen ,
afflicted in
with the
and aid natureto some degree gift for him this way: Stick pen-
laden phlegm, Atlan-
germ as the plane soared over the signed Wal-
soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed and Samuel Goldwyn has speculative tendencies of their time, nies, nickles or dimes into,a shiny
bronchial mucous mem- tic. There were 14 passengers, ter Huston again to play a leading saw in this blighted life only an illustration red apple, tie a ribbon bow on the
Tell druggist to sell she signed for all except her lady- Star" it's his
branes. your you role in "The North ; of a theological theory blossom end and the gift is I
a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding in-waiting, Ragni Ostgaard.The first Goldwyn picture since "Dods- about sin. :
you must like the way It plane had been some time out ready.
quickly allays the cough or you are But Jesus, by a loving and "
before the
to have your money ba.ck.CREOMULSION'. of England passengers gracious act, stirred in the heart of
Vegetables should be cooked
had aboard.
realized they a princess ,
the man that faith which caused
the list whole with their skins on, rather.
She appeared on passenger
to wash and to
him to
obey-to go, ,
"Mrs. Brown." But than in slices. Cook them quicklyand
for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis simply as
s- see (v. 7). The enemies of Christ
one recognized her from pictures, in a small quantity of water.
not to believe
were willing even
and the word got around. ) ; jyy Water draws from vegetables a
what to be true. Their
a they now saw
Texas Flower While most of the passengers great deal of their food value, and,
S stubborn unbelief shut the door to
The bluebonnet, official flower of; played bridge, the princess read a for them but the blind this food value all too often goes
Texas was earlier called buffalo book. At night she tucked herself blessing down the drain. Most vegetableswill
received three
things by' :
clover, wolfflower, and the "rab into the little sleeping compartment, y man retain their bright color if you

bit"-"el conejo"-the last becauseof lower ,berth, while the ladyinwaiting I. Healing (vv. 18-23). remember to cook them uncov-
climbed into the e $ 5r The with the man's ered. "
the white tip's resemblance to upper. 4 argument par-
a rabbit's tail. It was given its She chatted with passengers as if ents hinged on one ''point-he had I II I

present name because it suggests she were merely Mrs. Brown, and been healed of his blindness. The Pipe cleaners are handy in the j i

woman's sunbonnet. when the trip was over, passenger parents were unwilling to risk excommunication kitchen to clean gas burners, lemonade '

Fred Williams of the British air at' by discussing ,the sippers, funnels, etc.

a ministry'remarked: matter, but they did know that he *
"She's quite the most charming had been blind and now rould see.
4y: The best way to clean lamp
lady I've ever met. That clear.
chimneys is to rub them with

HURLEY ANDeTIMOSHENKOWhen WALTER HUSTON An experience like that is impossible newspaper on which has been_

friends asked Brig. Gen. to deny. The healing of the poured a little kerosene. This will {

Patrick J. Hurley, just back from worth." Huston's been working at soul of man in regeneration is alsoa make them much clearer than ;

Russia, to explain the Marshal Timo- Warner Bros. in "Mission to Mos- stubborn fact which deniers of when soap is ,used, and they also

shenko's mysterious disappearancefrom cow," appearing as Ambassador God's Word and God's grace are are less likely to, crack. To clean

the limelight, Hurley dodgedthe Davies. unable to meet and overcome. The lamp burners, wash them in ashes

question as follows: '"", one who was blind and now couldsee and water and they will come out

Timoshenko is the George Wash- For six years Cheryl Walkerwas had no questions about the deityof clean and bright.

YOUR ASSURANCE OF ington of Russia. Washington retreated stand-in for stars; then she was Christ and His saving power. .

QUALITY VITAMINSThe all the from Boston to Note the difference between the
way given the romantic lead in Sol Lesser's wondered how
If have on
three classes here Blind and,stub- you
battle after :
Yorktown. He lost one "
and did
name GROVE'S on every packageof "Stage Door Canteen, earth to hang fur scarf,
B Complex Vitamins is your bond another, but he figured that as longas so well with it that she stepped born unbelief (v. 18)), faith too fear- closet
of assurance symbol of guaranteed he had his army intact, and the CBS ful ta speak (v. 22) and the assured there is a new accessory
quality.Unit f unit, can't finer straight into stardom; paid which solves the'problem nicely.
you get vast reaches of North America to faith of the one healed. That is our
vitamins. The 're distributed tribute to her "Women's Page of
quality on It's a rather large chrome ring, ,
by) makers of famous Bromo Quinine retreat into, he might lose the bat- the Air" as a result.If next point.II. a little at the top and with a I
Cold Tablets. GROVE'S B Complex tles but he would win the war. Assurance (vv. 24-34). open
hook to rest over the I
Vitamins are economical! RegUla.rsizejust large enough )
twenty.nine cents. And he kept on retreating until he you have income-tax trouble The appeal of the Jews in verse hanger bar. Simply slip the scarf

Large size, more than amonth's was able to spring the trap on Corn- you'll enjoy "The Spirit of '43," in 24 based on their statement:' "We through the ring.WMO .

,dollar. Get supply GROVE'S-only one B wallis- at Yorktown. which Donald Duck tackles his In- know that this man is a sinner

Complex Vitamins today, !. Timoshenko also followed the retreat come Tax stint. It's the new Walt reminds us that there is no knowledge -

strategy from Kharkov to Disney short, made at the requestof so absolute (and so absolutely

GROVES Rostov to Stalingrad-but kept his Secretary: of the Treasury Mor- wrong) as that of ignorance backedby OLINEHAIR

army intact. He is a tremendous genthau. Five hundred prints will self-conceit.

B COMPLEX figure in Russia. His name is be distributed and shown under the They said they knew, but did not. TONIC ff J)
of the
1 stamped on the hearts people.
auspices of the War Activities Com- The man had complete assuranceby
(Editors Note: Marshal Timoshenko is mittee of the motion picture indus- faith and by experience. He did
now on the northern Leningrad front, it s Freight by Air
try. not argue (v. 24), he simply restatedhis
has been disclosed. A letter to Stalin from the
__)K__ blind-now 1 The cost of transporting
healing. "I was
commanders that front was headed by
on that be carried by a
freight can
Duplicates Timoshenko's name). When Jean Arthur does kissing see." When they evaded that reply
round from
Teacher-Why, Mary, that's a e scenes the set is closed; she's a bit (for they dared not meet it), he Liberty ship Australia on a is trip 250 times

queer pair of stockings you haveon LATINS LOVE RUSSIA shy and doesn't like having an audi- thrust deep with the convicting fact California to
.,American fear of Commu- by air than it is by water.
Latin greater
one green and one brown. ence at such times. But she and Joel that God does not perform His mira-

Mary-Yes, and I have 'got an nism has long kept those countries McCrea exchanged fervent kisses cles in response to the prayers of a

other pair just like those at home. from recognizing the Soviet Union. before an audience of 21 men the wicked man. That was too much'

But Soviet military successes have other day, for "The More the Mer- for them, and they cast him out. r-
persuaded the Latins that the Soviets '
rier" soldiers being the and stub-
; they were Even as stupidity
will the victors in
emerge among shown the studio. willful unbelief of Lord's ?
through born our CONSTIPATED TRY
this war and will be a power to deal
SNAPPY FACTSABOUT with. I( enemies grew step by step, so also

Thus some of the countries below Jean Brooks has come up the hard did the healed man's assurance growas THIS GENTLER WAY

l the Rio Grande are coming aroundto way, via hard-riding westerns and he testified. First he called the

RUBBERReclaimed diplomatic recognition of the So- cliff-hanging serials. She scored ina Lord "a man, called Jesus" (v. Many medicinal purges work:
the Intestines
viet government.Cuba featured role with Abbott and Cos- 11) ; then "a prophet" (v. 17), and on you-by Into prodding action or drawing --

is sending Dr. Aurelio Con- tello, in "Buck Privates," and now then at last, "the Son of God" (vv. water Into them from

cheso, ambassador to Washington, she's won the feminine lead opposite 35-38). other parts of the body.

to Moscow to open a legation, which Dennis O'Keefe in "The LeopardMan. Standing true to Christ and speak- But KILLOOQ'S ALL-BRAN
ing for Him means growth in faith, crisp, delicious breakfast
will later be in charge of Dr. Raoul cereal-works mainly on the
rubber U tn. product Herrera-Arango, also from the Washington in knowledge and in grace. It may contents of your colon. If

resulting crap rubber.from It the I U prepared processing from of embassy. Eddie Cantor receives $10,000 per mean persecution and even exclu- you have normal Intestinesand

used rubber article that are Mexico is sending her minister sion, but remember that when the your constipation Is due
cleaned, purified and made plastic broadcast; his daughter Marilyn the haters of to lack of "bulk" la your
for In rubber counselor from the Washington em- she's the radio man was cast out by :
re-uie manu gets $50 a week, but diet, you'll find ALL-BRAN a
facturing. ,bassy, Dr. Luis Quintanilla, to be- industry's first girl staff announcer, Christ, he met Christ.III. much gentler way to treat It.

Crude rubber In 1899 was wiling at come minister to the U. S. S. R. and proud as punch of the job. She'son Fellowship (vv. 35-38). Eat KZXLOGG'S ALL-BRAIT
$2,200 a ton. At the 1925 high was regularly and drink plentyof
felling at$2,755.20 per long ton. Foreign Ministers Gabriel Turbayof WNEW, a local station in New He did not know Jesus. He had water-and you'll :find

Colombia and Alberto Guani of York; she makes commercial an- heard His voice, but he was blind wonderful relief. For this
Engineers hove designed the Uruguay are in Washington today, band Him. He ALL-BRAN gets at the
tire for one of the army'|eep- nouncements, introduces num- then and had not seen way
to resemble the camel' tread, where they will discuss with Soviet bers, and puts records on the studio probably did not know where to find cause of constipation due to
nature' for lack of "bulk" and correctsIt.
supporton Ambassador Litvinoff the establish-
shifting land. timetable-and has ruined her fa Him. Then, too, he was now an ALL-BRAN Is made by
/ ment of missions in Russia. Colom ther's gag about the cost of supporting outcast under the disfavor of the Kellogg's in Battle Creek andsold

I A that coznmercialDer an Amoripol synthetic of tire reportod rubber bia recognized the Soviet in 1936, five girls.Jeanette authorities, and even his friends by your grocer. Try It!

tire used on a light truck returned but has never sent a minister.It's : would fear to be seen with him.
over 33.300 miles before it was re.capped. also reported that Ecuadorand
This tin, with 51 others, Venezuela similar action. MacDonald has no sym- But Jesus sought him. Ah, that's
941 placed. in test service early in plan pathy for those stars who regard the glorious difference between our
Thus far, howeyer.Colombia.is the
service-camp entertainment tours as look at the out-
Lord and those who Bold River
A 35,000-ton required only country on the South American
a hardship; she thinks they're fun. ward of things. He wentto I named by
168OOO pound of rubber. continent which has recognized the appearance The Rio Grande was
f But at 14 she was dancing: in a who needed
Soviet Union. find the man now the Spaniards "Rio Bravo del
There are substantial possibilitiesfor Broadway revue, taking singing and fellowship, instruction and encour- Norte," "Bold River of the North."
times and
ballet lessons between ,
trade between Russia and Latin
America after the war, and some of modeling fur coats to pay for the had sought the man out to heal

ni A. the Latins are getting on the band extra lessons. She says that an him, now He sought him again to ACHING-STIFF
wagon. army camp tour is just a vacationby help him spiritually. We need to ,

Note: Argentina, the only Latin comparison. learn of our Lord that we are not
> : American country not to break with -- to wait until the sin and sufferingof SORE MUSCLES

the Axis, is scared sick over the Since fire destroyed Bing Crosby's men force themselves'upon our
I prospect of a Russian victory and home thousands of, people have offered attention and force us to do -some For PROMPT relief with-this rub wonderful on Mus-

4o 0ce the danger of communism. .to replace his losses. One of- thing. We are to go out into the' terole"COUNTER-IRRITANT"! Massage actually brings

fered a complete collection of Bing's highways and the hedges and urge fresh warm blood to aching musclesto

MERRY-GO-ROUND records; 'an army sergeant said every sinners to come to Christ. We have help break up painful local con
C. Spanish pressure on Paramountwill ina built churches gestion.Better than an strengthsoned
time Bing smoked a pipe failed in this. We have

cause some changes in the movie picture he'd bought one just like it, and expected the people to come,

version of Hemingway's best seller and offered the singer his choice. A instead of going where the peopleare

"For Whom the Bell Tolls," but it vaudevillian said he'd break up his and bringing them the gospel. .

1 h will probably be released to the trained dog act to replace the spanielthe The war is teaching us some lesson

American public in AprildespiteFranco. children lost in the fire. in that connection, but we are none '

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[ Ground Observer Corps Changing InstrumentsThe ? AS I( MEA quiz with answers offering ?

; street musician was tired, ? information various.subjects
Scans Sky Day and Night and the motorist agreed to give i ANOTHER .
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: L him a lift to the next town. P hMMht C C' C' C' C.C.C'-C'C' C' C.C.I ht+.hhhhhh0 hhhhhhhhhM

As they were racing at terrific The Questions 7. 'Rocky mountain sheep are
More: than 1,200,000 volunteer members of the ground observer speed down a hill, the ,motorist popularly called what?
corps of the aircraft warning service are on the alert 24 hours a suddenly shouted above the noiseof 1. What instrument is used to 8. A student of conchology if
throughout the coastal areas of the United States, just to the car: "What instrument do measure illumination? concerned with what, ?
". make day it doesn't happen here! Approximately 750,000 of these you play?" 2. How are postage rates fixed? I
The musician shouted back: 3. What was ,Gen. Douglas Mac-
Maine to Florida scanning r
command from ,
under the I fighter The Answers
serve "The violin! Arthur's father's rating in the
t I the skies night and day for hostile aircraft. These airplane The driver crouched over the U. S. army at the age of twenty?

"spotters" are under direct supervision'of the army air forces; steering wheel, peering ahead. He 4. Which of the coast lines of the 2.1. A photometer.
Since December 7 the banker, the butcher, the baker and the yelled: "That's a pity!" United States (Pacific, Atlantic or 3. By Colonel.congress.

housewife take turns at watching the skies at their local observa- "Why is it a pity?" demandedthe Gulf of Mexico) is the longest? 4. Atlantic.

tion post, none ever more than six miles apart. Observers "flash" musician. 5. How many beats does the human 5. More than 100,000.
heart make in 24 hours?
"It's pity don't play the 6. Pacific ocean.
reports are a you
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v ? phoned into stra- harp!" yelled the motorist. "The II 6. In which ocean is the inter- 7. Bighorn.
s SvSL brakes won't work!" national date line? 8. Shells and mollusks.
tegic centers
j .
where flights of

planes are posted ON THE
d y. and passed on by fJiJ PENETRO

officials. The following c HOME FRONT e
Many users say"first use$ja COLDS'
photoswere arevela ion." Has base of CDUGHING,
taken at the --__- RUTH WYETH SPEARS Grandma's old fashioned favorite.mutton Gener-suet, SNIFFLES,
Kingston N. Y. | MUSCLEousjar25t.doublesupply351. -
old frame and ACHES
HOOHEDa over an picture Demand stainless Penetro.
observation post. soup cot R ;. thumb-tacked. Flowers and leaves
eu w WITH OUTLINE may be hooked in outline as at the
Left: Chief Observer DARER upper right, or two or more"tones
1\ 'jIVjCtO Mann and a may be used for a shaded effect, If you're concerned about what
Y F'rParade group of his helpers DARK AND LIGHT I as at the lower right. sort of gift to send a friend or rela-
COLOR USED FOR s- tive in one of Uncle Sam's
Z at the observa SHADED EFFECT NOTE: BOOK 5, of the series of home- branches of the services, your
tion making booklets prepared for readers,con
post. worries are over. If he smokes a
HOLD tains directions for making :your own flower
.1 STRIP. ,. designs and for hooking rugs. BOOK 6 pipe or rolls-his-own, the answeris
'j A M UNDER li contains directions for a hooked, a braided a pound of tobacco. Numerous
WORK ': and a crocheted rug all made from old surveys made among soldiers,
< clothing. Copies are 10 cents each. Send
sailors marines and Coast
LEFT requests for booklets direct to: ,
HAND Guardsmen show that tobacco
ranks first his list. Local
j Bedford Hills New York tobacco dealers are featuring,
YOUR rag bag contains the best Drawer 10 Prince Albert in the pound can
. .1 possible material for making at- Enclose 10 cents for each book de for service men. Prince Albert,
tractive pads for chairs and foot sired. the world's largest-selling smok-
stools. These may be hooked in Name............................... ing tobacco,' is a big favorite

i the same manner as rugs are Address ............................. among many men in the service -
made. Cut or tear old materialsinto -Adv.PARUiVcLYOUIAD. .
strips and draw loops through
either burlap or canvas with a rug -
< 4 fi i hook as shown at the left. Either
I r ," i cotton,wool, silk or rayon may be
I&i(fl. T- iz t. A *.s--* -T.? -

1 Judge John T. Loughran is shown (left) phoning in a report. In picture used.three quarters The strips to'may one and be cut one-half from THAT CHURCH

4| at the right Miss Jane Holcomb and Mrs. Lorraine Isaacson error inches wide, according to the '
of the material and how SUPPER BEGGING FOR MORE.!
\ shown at the post doing an extra shift together. weight .
fine you wish t work to be.
,... ._ ... ... ., .i....
w." mY""''' '' n" u r..r. Y//bu. """' You will find it easy to outlinea
simple flower design with wax
J JOE: Even the school I
crayon. Many people do, successful \
I hooking without a frame. Small cooking teacher said
they were the best rolls .\
i pieces oft work may be stretched
she ever ate I

', : : )v I Black Widow SpiderThe I know MARY:the She new should way ****

I made them! No
: kneading, mind
/ black widow spider is right- you and extra
w ,fully called a widow for she eats vitamins in them \
her spouse immediately after mat- too, when you use
ing. Drop for drop her venomis Flelschmann's Yeast! ,
the most potent, poison createdby \
a living organism. It is 15 TEACHER: When it's

i kw t' times stronger in concentration ly h ,so easy,Mary,to put ,
!1 4 M1 than venom of a prairie rattle Vitamins A and D, /M FHfEI SEND FOR ME.FLEISCHMANN'S
snake. te( as well as Bx and G,
However, a rattlesnake is en- 1 into bread NEW
a Michael Mazzuca (left)' in his bar- dowed with much greater chargeof 1 why.not use 40'PACEBOOKOFFleLschmann's /
venom-as much as 200 black ? It's
60 \
ber shop. Michael serves from 4:00
/f widow spiders-and is thereforemore the only yeast with
j to 6:00 a. m. Mondays at the post. deadly. all those vitamins. SCADS OF NEW BREADS


.j 1 Stationary Clouds

Clouds sometimes remain stationary TODAY/ __
for such long.periods that
they are given individual names.
One example is a. large, low for- For your free
mation that appears over the Rock / copy, writeStandard tG
of Gibraltar and does not move Brands
for as long as 12 days. Fleischmann's makes us extra good. Inc., 691 Washington '
Because it is created by moist All the vitamins in Fleischmann's Street,
winds from the eastern Mediter- Yeast go right into us with New York, N. Y.
ranean, it is known as "The no great loss in the ovens! ;


Harry Netburn, a grocery clerk, is \ J,nN J

one of the observers. He is shown ] ) ., yYMi 1 FIRSr IN
'. above at his regular duties. Right: r l THE ARWtt THE S&W/CB

Housewives, too, lend an eye in this |N
important work of sky scanning. ] they say: ;'54b/: The favorite ciga
I rette with men in the
Here Mrs. Gladys Bashall,one of the
,: observers, is shown in her kitchen. \ i Army, Navy, Ma-

,1 __. .___ "HAV BURNER*; horsy :, 'k rines, and CoastGuard
p ? ry \ ;.: : ; s is Camel. '
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l l y' (Basedonactualsales
t Du records in Post Exchanges
i for the ArmY t x' and Can


{or the .'
*3Bt of a colon e1 ? : Yom;

.t rii: "CAMEL" {or the h '

.. N ArrAY man's favorite cigarette t.,cd 3 +: I'LL TAKE



A ,....'.L.W ._ -- j FLAVORFUL MILD AND
;!I cameIi.I

"j Mrs. Margaret Logan, beautician, Dr. Murray H. Greene, chiropodist xarrae'
who is an assistant chief observer I who serves at the post from 12

at the post. to 2 each Wednesday.
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"' .:\ EIGHT 12. 1943

Truck and Bus Tires-U. 's.1 IX TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF TILE 1913, the
STONE HOXOREE same being a Rule Day anda
I legal Sale Day of said Court, the
.1 Sugar Corp. 3, Riddle McKay ,
AT property situate,
I Clewiston Appliance Store 1, Thos. FOR PALM IICACII COUNTY, FLOR lying, and being in Hendry and Palm
Julianne Oglesby was hostess Continued from oUI't 4) E. Burgner 4, Carl E. Gerlcke, 1, Heach That Counties certain tract Florida of, submerged to-wit:

1 Strickland Lumber Co. 4, CASE NO. 17.Q23 I land In Hendry and Palm Beach
and volunteering might
last evening at a party don, and your SPESSARD HOLLAND, GOVERNOR Counties located In Section 30
complimenting Mrs.' make it possible for some one to OF THE TIT OF FLORIDA, J. M. I Township 42 South Rahge 31 East _.
stork, shower have it who would otherwise missit. George Home- LEE COMPTROLLER OF SAID and in Section 12, Township 43
Munselle Stone. The party was STATE, J. EDWIN LARSON: TREASURER I South, Range 34 East and In
the Oglesby home, )vhich OF SAID STATE, J. TOM Section 7; Township 43 South
held WATSON. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF Range 35 East described more
was decorated with red and ,white Please, please let us have a generous (Continued trot page 1) SAID STATE, and NATIIAN MAYO particularly as follows: I
-gladioli. !!i and immediate response to I I fusion 'A portable radio was miss COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTUREOF Commencing at a point 5261
SAID STATE, as and feet north I
I of and 7,538 feet east
:Several quiz games were played this. As you know, the Clewiston ing, a clock, fountain pen and ing: the ,TRUSTEES OF THE of the Southwest corner' of Section
and prizes of' dollar News has been sending a copy. each 1' other Items and a'Gladstone bag AL IMPROVEMENT FUND constitut-I 11, Township 43 South, Range 34
''by the guests STATE OF FLORIDA East as a point of, beginning:
to man whose addresswe been filled with
every had
'defense stamps were won by Miss apparently Plaintiffs,_ Thence run North 73 degrees 25'
Miss Margaret have had. We have been very clothing and taken. Another bag vs. East, 510 feet; Thence South 75 I
Mary Neeley and : R. E. KURTZ AND DAISY KURTZ .j i degrees 35'
Dast: 3.115 feet; .
Von Mach. Nora Oglesby entertained happy to do it. We have dozens was lying on a bed partially filled' his wife, ET AL, I Thence South 14 degrees 53' West,., '\

with several piano selections during -' more than we ever thought we'd which led to the belief that v> ( ', Defendants.. I i[ 280 43' feet West; Thence, South 5'J degrees

the evening. j i had when we began the custom return of Mr. and Mrs. George- ;, NOTICE xoTi"IS."'OK HEREBY MAvrrcii's GIVEN SALI that I I. North 28 degrees 2,580 43'feet West; Thence, 2,510 I

Mrs. Stone 'was the recipient of some two years or more ago. These caused the thief to make his get-I| pursuant to that certain final decreeIn feet first to above the point described.of beginning Known i ,j jI
have brought happiness anda effected by the above entered on the
papers away. Escape was way cause locally
as Rocky Reef, with its
lovely gifts from the guests. 9th rlax of February, A. D. 1943. in t
many word of cheer from home; news of the back door which was. unlocked the Cir mt 'Court' of the Fifteenth I surrounding shoals, jontaining"Ninetyfive .
assisted by her motiler
Miss Oglesby, 1\Iiss' of friends, the little things' you'd : j I Judiciftl' Circuit:/ of the State of Flor less and 11/100 acres; moreor -
Mrs. H. J. Oglesby and t ida in and' for Palm Beach County in s
served cakes,![ forget 'to write.They've gone to No trace has as yet been found Chancery in that certain cause therein the same to be sold in accordancewith
Nora Ogleshy cup Alaska,. Pearl Harbor, Australia, missing articles or pending wherein Spessard' L. Hol- and ',to satisfy said final .de- i''
and tea. '! of any of the land, cree. I
coffee state Govf; ,nor of the State of 1" Ior-
'I Stone the Solomons, Panama: every any clue as to the Identity of the ida. J.o?' M, -' Foe, Comptroller of said SAM ADAMS,
Invited were Mrs, ; Vacy "in the Union, England, Africa and thief thieves. Constable I. S. State, J- Edwin Larson Treasurer of / Special Master*
ov said State, J. Tom Watson, Attorney No. !9-Feb.. 12. 19, 1943.
i ;
Burke for the :
Mrs. Viola Stone, 1\db| | have :waited in 'every port Bell and Justice of the peace G. H. General of said State, and Nathan ,
of LaBelle, Mrs. Jj.Lee, Mrs' boys who go to sea. We've done I Small have been working on the Mayo. Commissioner Agricultureof "
said State, as and constituting' the
C. S. Waters, NrsDurrence, our part as best we could to keep: case. Trustees of the,' Internal ImprovementFund SOl'TIIFLORID. V CONSKRVANCY 1!
3VIrs. George Crow, nlio; k iif Hooker up with them '(and they do move of the State of Florida, are DISTRICT :'
plaintiffs, and I.. E. Kurtz and Daisy NOTICE or LANDOWNERS'.
Mrs. W. C. HoQt&r"., n. n. around; there's" ten times as much bTen Kurtz, his wife, Dave Rose and Belle MEETING ;,
Hooks Miss M&ry-JBJRJ&; Mrs. work to getting'the paper to, themas per cent of your income ROS.G, his wife, Fred 1'. Grossman and .,- -- !
back home.) l'01 in War Bonds will help to Grossman, his wife, and
Leonard Mi Howard R. E. Kurtz as trustee for Fred P. Notice is hereby given that in accordance -
Mrs Cecile, Brooks, Miss Elizabeth If there were no federal restric- fikjbuild the planes and tanks Grossman, and -all unknown parties I with the provisions of Chapter I
defeat of Hitler claiming as heirs, devisees' grantees '20177, Laws of Florida, Acts of I
Huffaker;: Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., tions we'd keep sending it free l/t; that w.'il: insure I assignees, Honors creditors. trusteesor 1941, a meeting of the owners of -land
'Mrs.: Ken Swayne, Mrs. W. D. for the duration. But we have no .:.tft: ::t.:': his Axis 'partners.NOT other claimants by, through under within South Florida Conservancy" .
or against Dave Rose and Belle District will be held on Tuesday,. I
King,' Mrs. Hilton' Burke'-"-Mrs. choice in the matter Rose, his wife and Fred P. Grossman -. March 9, 1943, at.10-OQ: _o'clock A.. M., ;
Mrs B. L. Thompson and' Grossman' his' at the office Of the said District, in 1
fGleh Brower,
I- wife, and R. E. Kurtz and Daisy the City of Belle Glade, County of ,
Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. Non- January Certificates i enOF Kurtz his wife are the defendants Palm Beach, State of Florida, for the ,:
Parrish, Mrs Glen Etherton, being case' number 17,623: that the purpose of electing three supervisors ..'
Tiie INTENTION TO DISSOLVE THE undersigned ,as special master namedin for South Florida. Conservancy District -
:Miss Christine Bell, Mrs R. H. FOLLOWING CORPORATIONS LISTED said final decree will offer for sale: ,. for terms of 1, 2 and 3 years (
Mrs. H. C. Post, Miss (Continued from page 1) BELOW WHICH CORPORATIONSWERE and ,sell at public outcry for 'cash to respectively,' and for the purpose 'of '
Knight. .1 I INCORPORATED UNDER the 'highest and best Bidder in frontof transacting such other business as Ii'
:Elizabeth Suggs, Mrs. C.' E. Cong- J. O'Hara 1, Earnest McCray 2, THE LAWS OF FLORIDA. AND ARE the western front door of the[ may come before. said 'meeting. }''
dori Mrs. E. H. Holstine, Miss Doris C. A. Martinez 4, F. D. Bush 3, DELINQUENT FOR THREE (3) courthouse in the City of West Palm W. M. JEFFRIES. .:
YEARS OR MORE UNDER THE Beach, County of Palm Beach State Secretary of South Florida '
Hodges, Miss Martha Nell Alston, Hub Chevrolet 5, Isaac Scott 2, PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 14(577.() of Florida, between the legal hoursof Conservancy District. \,
'Miss Leah Richaud, Miss Louise Roosevelt Pope 1, Kenneth Chaffin ACTS OF 1931, AS .AMENDED, LAWSOF sale on the 1st day of :March, A. D.I No. 7-Feb. 12 and 19.Help r rI
Miss 1 Oliver Niblack 2, W. A. Davis FLORIDA. -------------- !.,
Roath, Miss Renee Wethington, Notice is hereby given under the
Margaret Von Mach, Mrs. John 1, Benjamin Bradley 1, James Mason provisions of Chapter 16880, Acts of !; olol.. Ii
1935:: Laws of Florida to each of the 1----------------------------------------------------
Lucaa, and Mrs. J. A. McGehee. 2, Viola S. Thomas 1. Corporations listed below, the same I,
being incorporated under the Laws ;I
of Florida that according to the rec- merlca 5 If 'orce -- ------ x
h'NIN:NIN:N:1.IN:N'MIN N:NI..:N H NNN:N'N:N N:.IININN:N:N:M'11:N'N:NIN'N:111.:..:N:N111..:NN:..:NH:..:":N NN i: I ords of the Secretary of State each :
I and every of such corporations appear to Victory-Buy War Bonds ,;:1'
delinquent for three (3) yearsor
i I I'y more in the filing of reports and
\ CLEWISTON I payment of taxes under the pro- Boeing B 17.in Flignt le.Fr
visions of Chapter 14677, Acts of 1931,
Laws of Florida, and that under the
provisions of said Chapter 16880 Acts [
GOLF COURSE I of 1935 Laws of Florida, said corporations *
i have been classed as subject !f
to be dissolved: and that three ,
i I (3) months after the date of this II
publication each and every of such -\
CONTINUES OPEN 1 corporations listed below that have i' l
II i
.. not in the meantime filed their reports !
1 .' .,. .. due and paid all taxes due under \ \!
the provisions of Chapter 14677
::: ::I Acts of 1931, Laws of Florida, will Ap ,itaFrlclAt \
be certified to the Governor who II
S will issue prQclamation at that time "
: :i: dissolving. said corporations:

:: IT IS NOT too difficult -Belle.C :& B LaBelle Grocery Co.La- 1110TOORAi'H U. i. ARMY :\ '

D & B Pableton Grocery Co... Clew- AlR LOR ii

iston.McDaniel J. '\"., Lumber Company,,

i to catch a ride, out the := Inc.It., is'Felda.further" ; directed. that a- copy i BIG AND POWERFUL i!
of this notice be published one timein I II

j= Highway, and not.too. .!.I published in the which Clewiston in county Hendry the News County home, a newspaper,office Florida of, Your savings account can be big and ,\

the above listed' corporation is shownto
4i::!: lar to walk from the \ IN be WITNESS located. ''WHEREOF I 'hlYe powerful, too, thru small,.

hereunto set hand and caused the
Great Seal of my the State of Florida to regular savings.$$1! or more e !
j be affixed, at Tallahassee, the Capi
._. Highway to the Club I A.tal, D.this 1943.the 29th' day of. January,, opens your savings account


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