The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00931
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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 19, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00931
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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-.. Another Class Gets I For Point
USSC Key Men Honored Registration

j Wings At Riddle FieldClass \-

'. At President's Dinner Rationing Next Week

No. 12 of Royal Air Force

J cadets received their wings: at grad-i
uation exercises held Thursday 'aft- 0

1 Annual Affair Held Or AWARD WINNERS ernoon at four o'clock at Riddle Anonymous Friend I Every Person Registers

I i Field.
Wednesday Night !{ At the President's Dinner at the The wings presentation was made Gives The "News" I Between Wednesday sAnd

| Clewiston Inn Wednesday evening by Group Captain H. A. V. Hogan, Saturday

luby-set gold service buttons were Ii D, S. C. of Washington, D. C., and!1.- !
At Inn ]'i I To All Servicemen!
A.: made
I presented to Malcolm W. Bigg, trea- I a-talk to the graduates was by
1 Mr. Hogan following the presentation. Every, citizen of Clewiston and
i i I surer of the United States Sugar I t
: Paul Riddle and J. G. the surrounding in Hendry
Key men of the United State; 'I Corporation, for twenty years con- John Following the announcement last
:Sugar Corporation were the honored tinuous service and to Roscoe Stokes McKay of Miami were both presentfor week that servicemen's subscrip- County will register next week at

guests at the annual dinner held here for twenty years and five months the ceremony. tions for The Clewiston News wouldbe the Clewiston school auditorium for
War Ration Book No 2 which will
"Wednesday evening at the Inn with service. The usual ceremony and inspec- accepted at $1.00 each, 301
the corporation president, Clarence, Fifteen-year gold pins went to R. tion attendant to"' the graduation was Clewiston resident, who asked ,that! be used, after March 1, for the purchase

R. Bitting, as their host. Members Y. Patterson, W. C. Prewitt and W. held and witnessed by a number of his identity not be. made public, df rationed" canned foods and

of the board of directors, depart-I I I C. Owen and ten-year silver buttons friends of graduating cadets. I stopped in at the News office and later for meats.
the schools have been call
ment heads and friends of the corporation -I went to John J. Lucaa, C. A. Mar- paid for a year's subscription for Again
ed to handle this registrationand
made up the remainder of i tinez and Frank Rodriguez. every Clewiston man who was en- upon
l 1 Principal R. W. Turk of the
the large group of guests. At the prize drawing at the conclusion CANE CROP SUFFERS listed in the armed forces on Feb-
I Clewiston school has devised a plan
The guest list this year, was I, of the, dinner Fred W. Davis ruary 14th.
trimmed somewhat because of,I won a tailored suit, Dr. W. L. Lott The donor said that he knew which will enable school to con

transportation difficulties of those! a $50 war bond, Fisher W. Ange a LEAST IN FREEZING most of the families of the boys tinue during the week and not be
II interfered with the registration.
from distant places but the total )I 'Shaeffer fountain pen, E. W. Mc- would continue the News for their
Registration will at two o'-
number present at the dinner was I Leod fishing tackle, N. V. S., Mum- pleasure, but that he wished to
clock in the afternoon each of
1"1 litle smaller than in previous )'earsl I I ford $25 bond, W. C. Owen shotgun, WEATHER 'OF .WEEK be allowed to send it for a year day
the week through Friday and con-
through the inclusion of RAF and R. Y. Patterson General Electric .to each of them. "Their families

AAF officers and management officials -I combination radio, M. M. Prewitt can do other things for them. This tinue until 10:00 p. m. On Satur-

of Riddle Field and more I I movie camera, Harry ,T. Vaughn Although sugar cane felt the effect -. is something I can do for each of day the registration will begin at

business men of Clewiston. ', wrist watch and M. E., Von Mach a of the cold wave which struck [ them and I would like to do it." I 9:00: a. m. and continue until 6:00p.
I m. This will give eighthours
Russell Kay, secretary of the suitcase.. South Florida this week with devastating -I 1 In accordance with his request'the

Florida Press Association ted as ? Capsules containing numbers cor' subscriptions are entered for a
,;, Jay W. Moran
damage, ,
master of ceremonies and first introduced responding 'to numbers on the place year's time and every servicemanwill TO GET WAR HOOK 2
f general of the United
C. S. Mott, head of the I i I cards of the key men were drawn by manager receive his home town paper; Registrants must:
States Sugar Corporation stated this
board of directors of the corpora-I[ C. S. Mott and each man whose each week until February 14, 1944.; Bring: War Book 1 for each member -
% the in such
morning that was
tOll, of Detroit, who made number was drawn was permitted to Having received dozens of expres- I of the family represented by
condition that he harvest will be
talk in which he stated that he was make his own selection from the : not I (Continued Page 8) the registrant.

delighted with the efforts which number of gifts on the table.ICONGRESSMAN disturbed. Declare all rationed 'processed

,v were being made by the corpora Throughout the entire lake area I foods on hand OVER FIVE cans for

%.. tion management to overcome the below freezing temperatures were each member of the family.

many obstacles which have, been'! ASKED recorded Tuesday morning and, the OFFICERS TO GIVEI One member of the family can register -

placed in their path and to the temperature was low for several I all members of his family.

vision and hard ''work' of the research hours. As a result all tender vegetable COURSE IN 'PLANEIDENTIFICATION

department which has been GIVINGOF crops, except for small isolated I ,

/. doing such a wonderful job. : patches, were completely destroyed. : each day for the registration and still

A new' director, Roy Brownell of Hardier crops such as cabbage, permit school to. continue as usual,

Detroit, was. next introduced who RELIEF TO LABOR lettuce and celery sustained less the only change being a slightly
'. told of his previous conceptions of damage. Sugar cane leaves changed -
earlier opening and forty-five minute
the 'glades and his surprise to findit overnight from green to brown '
-- Sgt. T. G. Warrick and Cpl. K. !I
'a wonderful garden spot.G. Congressman Pat Cannon is reported and the growth of young cane will I class periods instead of' an hour.

Willis Tyson, 'manager of '''Rid-I be considerably retarded but dam- A.. Feldman the First Fighter I I Enough volunteer workers are be-
this week to have visited the
:: ; :. (Ile. Field, was introduced .and said ',age to the stalk appears to be 'con- Command, Miami, have made arrangements -. ing sought by Mr. Turk, who is serving '
: '* freeze-stricken truck areas in his district fined 'to'freezing' of the top bud to give. a course in air- as site administrator, to supplement -
:(: a few words and was followed by
,;; ': 7, Commander ,where has been appealed to by which will have the effect of halting craft identification,,''fo all the AWS the corps'of teachers and makeit
;. :' Wing George Greaves;
..- '
farmers to do everything possible observers of Clewiston and all oth-
development of sugar content so that none will have to work
; : senior RAF officer .at the field and
prevent relief appropriations beingmade ers interested at the Community longer than four-hour shift each
by Capt. Tom Pursinger, head Army but will not destroy the stalk. Onlya a
: 'to those agricultural workers period of rainy, h .weather Mr Center Monday night. The courseis ,
.' Air Force officer at the field. A
who,.have, ..beenpresttmably, thrown two hours long ,and will start "is _
4'short talk was then' l u'de' by1-Hem': 'Moran said, is likely toJcause' rot and plan "registration ,as fol-
out of work by the freeze. promptly eight ,clock.
Elbert' ,L. Stewart, legislator from souring to develop. lows and everyone1' : should observe
had Chief Observer G. H. Small is this )) Those last beginning ..
Hendry County, I Several hundred' workers- just Lack of sufficient labor to cut carefully: names

Luther Jones, independent cane been brought into the east 'glades ,the cane is still the greatest ]handi anxious that as'many people 'attend i' with the initials A, B, C, D; E
and the lower East Coast trucking this meeting as possible. The and F will register on Monday;
grower and newspaper man of Belle cap faced by the corporation in the '
'Glade was next called upon and areas by the FSA when the freeze harvesting of the crop. Some' labor ficers will have a movie pr of-I' those whose names begin with the

responded with an inspired talk relative took a toll of most of the, truck has been added since the freeze halt- and will show slides) of various letters G, H, I, J, K 'or L will reg-

crops of the area. ,However, farmers craft and explain simple methods ister Tuesday; those whose names
to labor conditions in the ed work in vegetable areas and every
\'glades at the present time and are pointing ,out that. there isi 1 effort is, being made to recruit all recognition of these planes. I begin with the letters M, N, 0, P, Q

against the governmental bureau- still plenty of work to be done if I: the labor possible from those areas. Clewiston's observation post has I or R will register Wednesday; those;

cracy which seeks to prevent free- these laborers will take the jobs and Radio appeals are being made to 'the heretofore been located at Johnson'sFish whose names' begin with S, T, U, V,.

'. born American citizens from producing that there is no necessity for any of lower East Coast area and a con- Camp and has been manned by I.IV will register Thursday and any

:r: .. what they wish to produce. them suffering. Should the govern- siderable part of the unemploymentcaused a minimum number of observers. A whose names begin with X, YOI" Z
new observation tower is now being will register Friday. Also Friday
ment provide relief for workers at
Jay W. Moran I
"':-J"\-: general manager [ by the freeze can be absorbed
,,'.:;', of the corporation, was next Presented this time, however, it would havethe in the cane fields. : constructed, however, on the high-i,' and all day Saturday those who

:;;''::.\ and in his brief talk he said effect of most of them' refusing I.I way just across /from the' Sinclair! may have not been able to register
The cold of the :
-J.... that the men of the organization ,to take jobs, being content to loaf i! wave i if week only! Service 'Station and when this is' on the day set apart for those of
.'_ ... (Continued on Page 8)) I while the taxpayers feed them.. Monday' morning that was completed it will be manned-.entire-'I J their initial will be registered. It is

Congressman Cannon is said to I Tuesday morning sub-freezing Iy by volunteer observers twenty- : pointed out that this plan 'is being'ollowecl

{ j. I temperatures were recorded -Sugar four hours each day. i, in order to facilitate, the
have learned the situation
,f Two More Homes Are and to have promised quickly. his full ,support corporation stations' showed a low The new tower is being provided registration but is elastic enough that

: temperature of 28 degrees at five the City of Clewiston which' should wish
I by anyone to register on
I to the prevention of relief being Western '!
r -: Burglarized This' WeekTwo offered. But he has asked that different Division stations made a donation of $250 for its construction -' any of these days who is not in the
I that
morning, including Clewiston. C. M. Pirkle is supervising -'.particular grouping, he will be al-
he be supported by the people of the
Benbow was the point with the construction. It will btd Continued
on Page 8)
.; more Clewiston homes were!! area with letters and ,telegrams at 27 degrees and Miami Locks and twenty.four feet from the ground to

entered by a thief or thieves:: this!, once. South Bay were high with 30 'de the observation platform which will '

r.'," "- week; making a total of three' re-l With a huge acreage of sugar I grees. In the Eastern Division a. consist of a room, seven by seven Emergency Request

ip; ported in the past two weeks. It is!I cane yet to be harvested and labor low of 23: degrees was recorded inSection and a catwalk all around. The room

generally believed that all entries desperately needed a large part of I 23 and 21 degrees in Section will be partially glassed in.. For Surgical Dressings

"have been made by one and the same\ the unemployment .can be eased with 34. Azucar had :30; degrees and Mr: Small)) says that he will con- -

TO an. \ work in the cane fields but if relief TUinyan 28. Frost was reported tinue the present method of man-
The swiftly moving events of
S. Crochet's Home was the first' is offered this cane cannot be from most of the Eastern Divisions) ning the post in three hour, shifts I American participation in the war
entered this week on Monday evenIng cut. Citizens of Clewiston civic Monday morning.Temperatures ,
\ I with two persons to the.shift. There brought an emergency request for
c while Mrs. Crochet was inVest bodies and farmers of the should
area in the Western Division are no women observers at presentbut certain types of surgical dressingsto
Palm Beach and Mr. Crochet atj'
was i make all haste; to draft letters or were very nearly the same for they will be asked to volunteer! the Clewiston Red Gross workers
dinner at the Inn. Upon her arrival
telegrams to Congressman Cannon
both Monday and Wednesday morn- now for daytime watches. this week.
home shortly after nine 9'clock Mrs.'!I and other members of the congressional ings with Benbow being low each day However, there is no obligation to At the request of the Surgeon
Crochet the front door of her
j' saw delegation at once assuring with 33 degrees A wind, however, serve as an observer from attend- General, 'local women are askedto
home standing open and, .remembering him Of their in this fight.
I kept frost from forming. ance at the school of instruction and I speed production of surgical
the Gratton George robbery last _
-- it is hoped that as many Clewiston dressings in order that Our Boysin
I :
week, she drove at once to the Inn
I for Mr. Crochet. When they ,retufn- School Begins Course In Masons Present Flag To residents as possible and particul-], 'Servl e- may not lack them if
arly the present corps of observers they are in need 75f them on the
: found the
ed back
they screen'
., First Aid Training Here) will be on hand.Kiwanis battlefield."As .
Selective Service BoardAn
door had been cut so that the hook, I
could lifted and had a result of conferences held
be that escape ) ... .
bedroom window -----: I Club HasOutdoor this week with the War. Depart-
been through a -
where one of the casement! 125 students of junior and senior],I Amel'lca:71g; five by eight I ment, it was( found that 180,000,000

screens had been forced. Only al] high school here ant"two members i feet, was presented to the Hendry; MeetingKiwanians surgical dressings will be needed'
of the school faculty.began this weeka by March 15th in order to meet
missing :
few items were found to County Selective Service Board .this
11 In First Aid under teacher-
considerable course the requirements of'the Surgeon
but these represented a
.' loss. Mrs. Crochet's return is be*; instructors trained in the recent Red morning by a committee representing braved the cold winds' General's Office. This Means That

lieved to have frightened the thief i Cross class conducted' by Harry Kenning the Masonic Lodge of Moore Ha- Tuesday night to hold an out-door Our Production Program Must Be

I ven. A similar flag was recently I meeting at the barbecue pits on the Speeded Up Immediately. It is
.; Prof. Turk is the standard Glades Ridge but the inclement weather i that all material
. Y.. 'J Last night it was the home of Mr; giving presented to the County board I imperative now
"', and Mrs. Dean King which was I first aid course to the senior high by the lodge.W. I I failed' to prevent a good attendanceof on hand be completed and shippedas
': ) school students and the two teachers I made members This is the
1'-., ," visited also early in the evening C. Owen the presentation soon as possible.

while Mr.. King was at the store' Mrs. Jerome Fugate and Mrs. for tbq committee which Included -I Two pigs were barbecued over the message sent to the local Surgical

and Mrs. King at a church function. 11\1. II. Sharpe. {I also Carr Settle and W. L.i open fire and plenty of accessories Dressing Room this week. The

r Nothing of importance was reported I The junior courses are being ;, Bellamy of Moore Haven. J. E.I'were provided for a real feast. Following message further asks that dressings

j to have been lost by Mr. King, the: I taught in five courses by Mrs. Mary Beardsley accepted the gift on be- the dinner the group stayed I of the 8 x 10 and the 12 x 12 sizes

11 only items mentioned, being an old Baker, Mrs. S. A. McCorkle, Mrs. I half of the board, the chairman E. I close to the big fire sang songs and I be discontinued for the present un-
at the. told tall tales until a late hour. til the other of bandages for
revolver and a watch of not too, B. J. Bjornsen, Miss "Mary Neeley ,IE. Kelly not being present types

great value. Entrance was effected and Mrs. John- N. Montgomery.The .1 time. Visitors at the meeting included which there is urgent' need. are sup

through a window. _... first aid classes are being Although the board has been func- T. E, Hamrick, W. E. Walker E. C. plied.

. Officers working on the case state taught three days a week from threeto I tioningfor almost two years. Mr. Mills, S. L. Crochet, Foy Durrence, The local Red Cross room is

1 that they have some clues and that four o'clock, taking the place of I Beardsley said, this is the first timeit II.. A. Bestor, A. 'E. Oliver, F. E. equipped for more than twice the

they expect to' break up this wave of the physical education program, until has had a flag to display Jn the Hunzicker, W. C. Nail and Mr. Sul- number of ,workers lU ,has; and
I office livan. (Continued ; on' page )
burglaries very I

" 8)r

Victim Had No Difficulty

Discarded Silk Stockings In Identifying Suspect ;:i

U. S. Guns rTGE Mrs. Blank had a burglary. :

R uQ L Help Keep BoomingAmerican when the news got about, a neigh- c; .
bor called
on her in great ex- :\:
citement."I .
oRw ON ingenuity has scored another triumph. Millions of saw one of the burglars!" {: :

pairs of discarded silk hosiery, hitherto useless for textile reclamation By VIRGINIA VALE she declared. "He was standing ,I $:

are now serving'an'important war purpose-powder bags. Released by Western Newspaper Union just inside the gate, evidently :

D. C. Woven from reclaimed silk, powder bags are used to hold explo- keeping 'a watch for the men in-
NEW TOMMY CORCORANNo CHAP- I side. He was a little man, shab- ;_
the to discharge shells major MARGUERITE
announcement has been mad< sive matter to generate power join in the bily dressed. I couldn't see his n 1

yet, but the President has a new caliber guns. Since silk burns completely and leaves no embers, share-a-ride movement (she gets face properly. He had an old hat Fc r

"Tommy Corcoran"-astute young hence eliminating the necessity of cleaning the barrel during pulled down over it. He kept ::1

Joe Casey, ex-congressman from action, these guns can re-charged without loss of valuable time. just enough gas to drive to and glancing furtively at the house." tl

Massachusetts. Make a note of him.. American from work at Columbia studios "What time was this?" asked
In the first month of the collection campaign women I i
He will play an important role back every day) ,but on the first day Mrs. Blank.
discarded silk stockings.
stage around congress.But turned in 2,500,000, pairs of that she worked in her new pic- "Just after eleven." f
the Cork and ,
where Tommy rubbed con ture, "Destroyer," she workedout Mrs. Blank stiffened. "That was fij
Cohen frequently
gress Ben the wrong way, Casey's No.1 a new stunt. Attached to her Mr. Blank," she said icily. \

job is to promote White House-con- M car door is a small box with a Red

gressional harmony. Cross painted oh it, and an opening t
r Casey is also making some Q.T. for coins. Her passengers are gladto Y 1

surveys for the President. One of drop in the bus fares that they P

them is to see whether members of f .7 save by riding to work with a movie 1I I

the War Production board are deliberately star! 1/ f
-sF-: .l: /
slanting their actions to iti, I

smear the New Deal. Remember, "The Dark Angel"? !
Another Q.T. probe is of Elmer Samuel Goldwyn'will make it again, !

Davis' Office of War Information. starring Teresa Wright. This thirdTERESA \

Casey believes that shrewd, public-
minded Davis could be of great

value to the administration if askedto
pass on more government movesin : /.
order to gauge their effect upon if

public opinion. Casey, therefore,

may recommend that FDR submitall ,'4' lr \\1\.I\l\.lU\U. !J 1
directives and executive ordersto / TIta de Tos.4icmtc, !
before release to the public.On / Warner B ends "
Davis y ,4A }:: of tbe ..re'o_ It
the congressional front Casey "5trawborWBlonowd for teeth I'
plans more visits to the White House Calox Toot"
by bi-partisan groups, which may be t 1' that shine.W.f TooTH B Bj

able to give FDR better advice than r4 i Sri "to". POWDER

Harry Hopkins. :/, :. C
Note: So far Casey has refusedto

accept any salary, but is slated
later for a post in Jimmy Byrnes' Ease Attracts
;ar.4'r, 'rxad,,,.. ., ':./: yi. l ;l b Most to
Office of Economic Stabilization. y; : ..r!acK.r r Lr.: iaq2 men are more willing
; indulge in easy vices than to practice -

WHY STALIN DECLINEDThe N', laborious virtues. Dr. S.
diplomatic grapevine has Silk stockings which can no .", '",,u : ,_, _.. Johnson.,

brought a new reason Why Stalin longer be worn are being collectedin WRIGHT
didn't want to join the backgammon'party
stores throughout the country as
at Casablanca-the danger of Pull the Trigger on
being dragged into a political discussion shown in picture above, for conversion version will bring the story up to .
into Many date; the hero, an American officer,
over future boundaries of powder bags.
will be blinded in fighting at Guadal. Constipation with
Europe. women's clubs, too, are engaged in canal. ,

One year ago Foreign Minister Lit- this important work. ;
vinoff flew to London, took the ini- Ease for Stomach too 1
tiative in discussing post-war bound- Right: Removing the cotton Lum and Abner of radio fame ,

aries. But the British were gun-shy. paris from discarded silk stockings have done a great service for the When constipation brings on discom
Since then Stalin has reversed his 'motion picture industry; RKO reports fort after meals,stomach upset,bloating,
before processing into powder that thousands of persons who dizzy spells, gas, coated tongue, and bad
policy 'of advance boundary agree- Here Mrs. Mary Gladu, 58, breath your stomach is probably"cryingthe
lags. had never before the inside of
ments, has announced a policy'of -- '------ ----- blues" because your bowels don'tmove.
self-determination of nations. With cuts and sorts the material. a movie theater now go to the pic- It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull
Russian and Slavic blocs in Any stockings made entirely of tures made by these two radio fa- 'the trigger on those lazy bowels, combined I
large with Syrup Pepsin for perfect ease .
silk mixtures of silk
Poland, the Baltic states, Rumania, or containing ,vorites. They're now starring in to your stomach in taking. For years, \
this 'means a good slice of eastern are useful for conversion into'powder -- "Two Weeks to Live.", many Doctors have given pepsin prepa- I
Soviet Russia. should be washed rations in 'their prescriptions to make !
Europe bags. They medicine more agreeable to a touchy
However, some_ U. S. plus some before they are turned in for recla Tim Holt was booed in public while stomach. So be sure your laxative con
British leaders now have reversed tains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Cald- I
\mation. making his last picture before en- well's Laxative Senna combined with
themselves about not agreeing on listing, "Hitler's Children." He had Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully the I
Left: Sewing primer for '
boundaries in advance. Perhaps caps to give the Nazi salute while work- Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and
fearing that Russia might reach too powder bags from cloth ;made of muscles in your intestines to bring wel-
ing on location .at the Los Angeles
relief from constipation. And the
far they want to work out preliminary come
discarded silk stockings. Fifteen Orphans' Home, and a group of good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxa-
rather than
I peace plans now pairs of old stockings provide suf- school boys watching from the side- tive so comfortable and easy on your
r haggle over them at the. conference stomach. Even finicky children love the
walk cut loose when he made that
table. ficient cloth for an average size taste of this pleasant family laxative.
scene. A canvas screen had to be Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative Senna com-
of the bound-
This advance dealing
Yt z. powder bag. put up before he could go on. Well, bined with Syrup Pepsin, as directed on
ary cards, according to the diplo- RKO wants audiences to feel that label or as your doctor advises, and feel
matic grapevine, was what Stalin world'sbetter.GetgenuineDr.CaldwelTs.Noble .
when that is flashed on
way scene
wanted to avoid at Casablanca.Note .
: What Russia wants after the screen, but young Holt says thatit
was the most ,embarrassing moment NatureA
the war is a slice, of Finland, one-
"of his life. noble nature can alone attract
half of Poland, the Baltic states, the
the'noble and retain them.
Carpathian provinces of Hungary,

the Dobrudja from Rumania, all of Y 1 Ci Douglass Drake, Columbia con-

Bulgaria, which is very pro-Russian, > T" 4 .,. tract player, enlisted in the army

enough of Jugoslavia-also pro- -I.ur. six months ago, and thought his ,2 CHESr

Russian-to secure an outlet on the e ; st screen career was done for, for the "$..JtMJ

Adriatic; and an outlet on the Persian I. duration. But he was given an hon- :=

gulf. This would give Russia orable discharge for injuries received COLDMISERY

direct access to the Mediterraneanand rt s while in service, and returnedto

the Indian ocean. Obviously u fy, i'r be tested for a role in the Rita
Churchill, who says he wasn't made / N : l/ Hayworth-Brian Donlevy comedy,

prime minister to liquidate the em- r .4;' "My Client Curley." FIRST-rub throatchest,and back

pire, can't be enthusiastic about N hr --.E--; with Vicks VapoRub at bedtime.

that. \ Jean Porter of Cisco, Texas, ar THEN-spread a thick layer of
rived in Hollywood minus a Southern VapoRub on the chest and cover

RED ARMY 4, accent-but got her first screen role, with a warmed cloth.

United States military observers itL' in "The Youngest Profession," be- RIGHT AWAY VapoRub goes to

explain recent Russian successes in cause of her assumed Southern work-loosens phlegm-eases

terms of a development not generally drawl. Then she was cast in "Fac- muscular soreness or tightness-

realized in the United States- ulty Row," as a co-ed with a Southern helps clear upper air passages-
liberation of the generals from political accent! relieves coughing. Brings
ful comfort ft
domination. ICS
-- K- and invites '
Under the, system which prevailed ; fold "Casablanca" has scored such a restful sleep. \y VAPORUB
Russia in the months of the
early .._..'--- --- hit that there'll be a sequel to it,
war, the Red generals were respon- Bogartand
"Brazzaville" Humphrey
sible to the political commissars.This : stockings, after having cotton parts removed, are fed into a Sydney Greenstreet; will con- Faithless

made them overcautious, pre- picking tender which shreds the material. Here Duphis Duchaine,' age tinue their characterizations from Fair weather faith is no faithat -

vented daring, resolute action. 67 and with four sons in the service, feeds the machine. the first film, and it's likely that all.
Then came the requirement that Geraldine Fitzgerald will have an
commissars themselves take mili- ,
< :" ;'a' { : 4'.yy. r.; ?m SN important role.
tary training and indoctrination. % : yHav
Simultaneously their authority over lit : ; Barry Wood was voted the most
",>/ Git after It Now
the generals was removed. '- not Day-
A popular male singer on the Columbia SPoil/oar C-2223 to relieve -
Now the Red is the f Don't
army--' run Broadcasting System, in .three ma- pain of muscular rheumatismand
Red army. tfb' jor radio editors' pollswhereuponhe other rheumatic pains. Caution bottle:
: >tsMy Use only as directed.
1 left that network to become an
THE RUSSIAN FRONT } purchase price back if not satisfied.60c .
NBC star, taking command of the'new C-2223.
Though the Russians admitted ? and $1.00. Today, buy
"All-Time Hit Parade," the pro-
Brig. Gen. Pat Hurley to the front
that now succeeds "Information -
lines, they still have not revoked gram Please" that Friday night

their ban on foreign military observers. spot, and coming on from Carnegie Hallin For ONLY 101 Now
what it's
explanation-for ,
New York.Bandleader. Less thanWashington
worth-is that they would have to : :

admit Japanese observers as well, --ff-
; a :< Woody Herman, who'llbe
since still
they are at peace with
Japan Most impressive to featured in "Quota Girl" with
Americans who have been anywherenear Sonja Henie, has proved that the

the Russian front are the ear- adage, "Like father, like son" is all

nest but improvised supply methods. wrong, pointing out that followingdad's

Across the Russian steppes come p4It footsteps would have made '
him a vaudevillian, Sammy Kaye a a doser
food and ammunition for the men at
the front-behind a team of caribou, civil engineer, and Rudy Vallee a __ Use only as directed.I .

or oxen, or on the shoulders of men ------- __ ._ ____n village druggist. Kate Smith would I
I probably have been president of a Ia
afoot. Any way and every the
people of Russia keep supplies way mOVe takes husky men to lift the heavy powder bags which are placedinto woman's club. Mark Warnow'd bea

ing. the big guns. Hold your cars! Here go those silk stockings! concert violinist.

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BY HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. The Questions 7. The poinsettia was named aft-

HOUSEHOLD } jryr Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.Union.) 1. When did congress fix the er whom? .
Released by Western
( 8. How states touch the
number of stripes in our flag at 13? many
border of Oklahoma?
: 2. What name is given to, the

: Lesson for February 21 green coloring matter of plants? The Answers
/ 1. The year 1818.
3. How man r states were therein
2. Chlorophyll.
Lesson subjects'and Scripture texts selected the Confederacy -
and copyrighted by International 3i Eleven.
Council of Religious Education: used by 4. What state is known as the 4. Virginia.

permission. "Mother of Presidents"? Vermont..

:.1 5. What is the only New England 6. At least 10,000 Japanese.

' JESUS THE GOOD ,SHEPHERDLESSON state having no coastal area? 7. Joel Poinsett, American min-

6. For every American and Briton ister to Mexico in 1825, who

TEXT-John 10116. 2730. who can read and write Japa- brought the first plants back to
the good shep-
the United States.
shepherd giveth his life for nese, how many Japanese can -
herd: the good
a tti 10:11. read and write English? 8. Six.
the sheep.-John
: .' .
"' $ '\ aab: 3 -
} l
Beautiful and meaningful as they "I IRRITATIONS OF
I W # "T .
are, none of Lord's the other redemptive figures work or J t J IJ 1 tOut '5rL"q"Q'ql S KI I' EXTERNAL CAUSE
;1 types our (blackheads), and
acne pimples bumps
that of
' than
: / have a stronger; appeal "q hqb ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
: the good shepherd. Even those who l miseries with- simple home treatment.
Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
. have never tended _sheep nor yet z"b ; $ ; .l' ,"n healing by killing germs It touches. Use
; seen them under the shepherd's care Black and White Ointment only as directed. -
I Ii' .lOc.25c 50c sizes.25 years success.
% of the allegory of Turn
J sense the telling aptness Money-back guarantee. S3T Vital in
of the Good Shepherd. We '"Where did you get that black cleansing is good soap. Dally enjoy
'; famous Black and White Skin Soap.
know how much we are like sheep eye?

'i needing the tender shepherd's care, "I was talking when I should

and we soon learn to know and to have been listening."

trust Christ as the True Shepherdof --

the flock.I. Skating on thin ice usually gets ((7 Buys you the
into hot water.
He Knows His Sheep (w. 1-5). you

At night, whenever possible, the Consistent"Did 011

4I .a sheep were brought into a fold, a\ he furnish his whole house withsecondhand
, Mi<1t} 1. --- walled-in enclosure with shelters and stuff?"

Tea for You, With Delicious Cranberry Pastries! with a single: gate. Many different "Yes, he even married a widow." HAVE.h.rperlKe.uu
fl ksvierekept together under the .
I (See Recipes Below)
care of an undershepherd. In the Better Wait he.e third tAlnn.r.DOUeIE one..

And Cookies Too! morning the shepherds came to, lead Manager-Your salary will be OR
.J. This ,Week's ,Menu forth the flock. They came by the $15 a week to start and $20 after

," Pork ''Kidneys with door, not.as the thieves of the night, six months. 4forlQC
You may not serve tea, you who sought to come in by stealth Typist-Well, I'll come back in
may not even have coffee; but Scrambled Eggs wall. six months. Manufactured and guaranteed by
you still like that Mashed Potatoes Diced Beets over FEDERAL RAZOR BLADE CO., NEW YORK
called own
afternoon When the shepherd ,
the -
pause in Lettuce with French Dressing sheep responded. We are told that Definition of Golf-A game in
1)) with few
q to Whole Wheat Muffins they would not come at the call of a which you place a ball an inch Wise in Silence

'" -J good friends, the Apple-Cheese CrispBeverage I stranger-not being ready to trust and a half in diameter on a ball Blessed is the man who, having

mull over 8,000 miles in diameter. Then you nothing to say, abstains from giv-
of the
happenings him.The application is obvious, and try to hit the small ball without ing in words evidence of the
cjjjS philosophical
day, get over the yet a word is in order. We oughtto hitting the big one. fact.-George Eliot.

-, events that touch all of us. But have thickness, place on a greased cookie examine ourselves and see whether -

possible, even sheet, and spread with crushed cran- we do indeed know our Lord'svoice. A Bit Mixed"I
that pause with grated Do respond when He married my first husband for
Sprinkle we
fruit and a berry juice.
" juice
if have just .
few you cookies or cakes. It's as important orange rind. Wet edges and cover calls us? ,Then, too, let us be on the money, and my second for love. 'IIf.1

as the, bigger things you do. with remaining dough, rolled to fit, lookout against those who professto "You "must be a very happy

Have a hot or cold drink as the pressing edges firmly together. be shepherds, who call them- woman.

climate dictates, flavor them with ,Brush with milk, sprinkle with sug- selves "pastor" or "reverend," and "Not exactly You see, my first

honey if the sugar supply is low. ar and bake in a'' moderately hot(375degree have only one purpose-to despoilthe husband married me for" love, and

Some supplies of tea are still ob- ) oven about 30 minutes. sheep. They are "thieves and my second for money.

tainable for the hot or iced bever- When cool, cut into finger strip size robbers"-Jesus said so.' THAT MADE GOOD

., age, if you use the coffee ration at for serving. II. He. Protects His Sheep (vv. If you know a Navy man, don'tever
him "gob"-sailors
breakfast. Molasses 'n apple butter were fa- 6-15). call a At last! a down-to-earth

Chocolate and cocoa are obtain- vorite ingredients of cookies in Not only thieves, but wild animals consider the name an insult. You Victory Garden Plan.Checked

able now and then and make.excel- grandmother's, and now they. ,would attack sheep, and it is said can get on the right side of him and re-checked by Ferry's ex-

lent hot beverages. Made with milk, come in for a grand encore: that often the shepherd died to pro- though if you offer him a Camelor perts. Distributed to half

they're nourishing, too. And if you Molasses Cookies. tect them from harm. But the hire- better yet, send him a carton. a' million home gardeners.

J make them with canned milk they're Old-Fashioned ling, serving for what he can get out Camels are the favorite 'cigarettewith Chart in 4 colors tells exactly .
canned 3% cups sifted all-purpose flour interested longer. men in the Navy (Army, Ma- plant.
delightful. Somehow, the of it, is not any what, when, how to
milks have an affinity with chocolate 2 teaspoons baking soda When danger appears, he flees. He rines, iCoast Guard, too, for that Get Ferry's Plan FREE from

beverages. '% teaspoon salt has not the real shepherd heart and matter) based on actual sales records your local Ferry's Seed dealer.

,: Fruit juices have been a summer .1 teaspoon ginger cares not if the sheep be destroyed. from the service men'sstores.

standby, but you should discover % cup butter or substitute Having stolen them to enrich him-. Local dealers Camels are to send featur-to FERRY'S SEEDS
their winter uses, too! Hot lemon- % self, he will not defend them at the ing cartons
cup sugar armed forces
ade is delightful as are combina-I cost of his own life. any member of our Ferry-Mort.Se.d Co. Detroit San Frenches
1 egg anywhere. Send him that Camel
tions of lemon, grapefruitand of "I
orange butter Note the sharp contrast am
\i cup apple carton today.-Adv.
pineapple juice. the good shepherd" with the dark 1
Those of you who like spendingcold 1 cup picture of the faithless hirelings. Not

afternoons in front of the open Sift together dry ingredients. only does it magnify His goodness,

fire will enjoy a small glass of a Cream together butter and sugar, but it deepens the blackness of their

cool drink with a few tasty cookies. add egg and beat together until light treachery. THE SKI TROOPS *

'"" For this purpose, try mixing equal and fluffy. Add apple butter and We should recall that the Good ''N

quantities of cranberry and orange molasses and blend together thoroughly Shepherd is able to protect His

juice or apricot and pineapple juice then mix in sifted dry ingre- sheep; for while He lays down His t: they :
served in pretty glasses with cook- illl dients. Chill for 2 life for them, He takes it again in

: ies. I hours or more. victory over sin and death (see vv.
Small cakes and cookies are an Roll as thinly as "SNOW BUNNY"for beginner ,
attractive accompaniment with re- I1I111 I c r t 1111[II) possible and cut 17 III., 18)He Seeks Other Sheep (v. 16). "EGG BEATER"for .
freshing drinks. Our first one to- into large cook- head.overheets"spill
The other sheep Jesus had in mind
day is a sugar-saver, butter-saver, 3_:_ ies. Place'on a
quickly and easily made: lightly greased were probably the Gentiles. The GHOST SUIT"for white camouflage uniform
He then had were Jews,
cookie sheet and bake in a moderate(375degree believers 11
Cranberry Fingers.
but the day was to come when the SCAMEL for the Army man's favorite cigarette
(Makes 24 fingers) ( ) oven for 10 minutes. to hear and believe.
Gentiles were
4 tablespoons butter or substitute These cookies are crisp when baked,
them well stir in
His desire may
soft if stored in tin for
2 cups sifted all-purpose flour. get a day or to out
our hearts an eagerness go .
3 tablespoons sugar so. and bring in all-both Jew and Gen- / tt .
1 egg Honey and sour cream are an unbeatable tile-who will, by believing in Christ,

Milk combination in a cupcake, become members of His one fold.:
1 1-pound can jellied cranberrysauce and here lined witb
they are up Note the word "must" in verse 16.
spices for an extra deliciousness: It does not say "if convenient," nor
Grated rind of J/2 orange "
Honey Spice Cupcakes. "when we can raise enough money,
Work shortening and sugar into "
local debts are paid.
and mix to with Y2 butter or substitute nor "after our Ir
light ;
flour, a dough cup full
: Let us not fail to gather the : __
,beaten egg and -, 1 cup brown sugar of the expression "one
milk, using only .> 1 cup honey "
flock shepherd. We are not
.Y one
enough ? 3 egg yolks in manufactured unityof
terested any
f _
moisten. The mix-
ture should be I t ( 2 cups flourteaspoon man-made 'organizations. Certainly iAd'y CAMELS

% salt we will not accept union which
rather than '
wet. Divide into 't 2 teaspoons ground cloves means compromise of essential
2 teaspoons allspice truth. But unity under Christ, the THEY'RE
;; two portions. Roll :!tis TAKES!
Shepherd, that we want-
one portion to an 2 teaspoons cinnamon one great
soda yes and will have. He makes that ON MVTHROATAND
eighth of an inch 1 teaspoon EASY
certain-"they shall be one flock.
1 cup thick, sour cream
IV. He Keeps All His Sheep (vv.
3 egg whites
27-30). -
Lynn Says: Cream butter, add sugar and honey These words (said_ after a periodof A TREAT TO MY

Handy Hints: When a recipe creaming well. Add egg yolks, weeks had elapsed) stress the F/RST/f/7HE SERV/CE

calls for sifted sugar or flour sift one at a time and beat well. Sift blessed assurance which comes to TASTE!

the ingredient before you accurate meas- dry ingredients and add alternatelywith those who follow Christ. Jesus rebuked With men in the Army, the

ure it, so you'll get an sour cream, beating after each the Jew for their unbelief, Navy,the Marine Corps,and :
measurement. addition. Fold in stiffly beaten that they were not His
telling Guard the
the Coast ,
,r. In mixing cakes, add flour whites of eggs. Bake in greased '
sheep. is Camel.(Based on :r; :;;
creamed ,
ture to sugar tins in moderate y
muffin a oven (350( Those who are His have been given ,
ing and egg before adding the degrees) 30 minutes or in two to Him by the Father-an eternal actual sales records in Post ;

moist ingredients, then alternate cake tins. Exchanges and Canteens.)
greased gift to Him-and He gives to them _
and add dry ingredients last.
.f You'll get a better grained cake. What problems or recipes are most on eternal life. SS.7 j7a
back of this whole mat
: Muffins are beaten just enough your mind these winter days? Write to The power
; in verse 30. Christis
is evident
i to blend ingredients together. Lynn Chambers for expert advice on your ter
God. He who is in Christ's hand
:. Don't overheat. particular problem at Western Newspaper A
J is also in the Father's hand, "andno jsh
.. Greasing cookie, cake and muf- Union, 210 South Desplaines Street Chi- I' man is able to pluck them out !

fin tins with a mixture of pan- cago, IU. Please be sure to enclose a of the Father's hand." Instead of ? (J

':::1 coat, made by blending Vz cup stamped, self-addressed envelope for your trying to modify that statement, or :
with V4 flour
: pre-
shortening cup
reply. to quarrel with those who believe it, .
vents sticking. Released by Western Newspaper Union. every Christian ought to accept it

and shout "Hallelujah




The Clewiston News rationing. during his stay. light,-maybe they dress in track! Tennessee, Georgia, into Florida and I

Mrs. J. W. Moore had one of the suits; or something. Please the best spot in Flor daclewiston.Demonstration i
Last week a woman who hasn't rare letters from Coburn this week. us, Hub. enlighten 1

every Friday In Clewiston, lived here very long; hunted aroundin He's really doing the hard job for Hub further, says "After leaving I Agent ;
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS one of the local stores and all of us out there. He's, co-pilot of Camp Blanding Monday, January _

=nc.' bought a few pieces of embroidery.She one of the big four-motored bombers 25th and travelling with 500 other To Visit Clewistom

told the clerk as.. she chose the and although he can tell noth- soldiers' on a troop train, destination t

KEATHLEY BOAVDEX, Editor pieces that she just wanted some- ing of his location or work, he does unknown, for six days and i

thing to occu'pr: her time. We hope say that mail gets to them infrequently nights through Georgia, Tennessee, Mrs. Edith Y. Barrus, home dem- :

Entered as second class mail matter she and, the dozens of others like and gets out about as Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Kan. onstration agent for Palm Beach-

Clewiston February 1,Florida 1927, at, under the Pest the Office Act of in her will volunteer to help with our''seldom. It's cold with continuous sas, Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, County, will visit Clewiston for the' ;

March 3, 1897.SubM'riptJon war work here in Clewiston. snow and Cobunr enjoy a bit I Utah, and Nevada," he finally con- purpose of'appearing at a public i

Everything and everybody is shorthanded of Florida sunshine.Ed cluded Uncle Sam was sending him meeting to be held in the Community -, \
in school the school libr- just far from Clewiston
as he
; as Center
letter to his next ;
Rate $2.0O Per Year. Ward's latest Thursday afternoon /
ary isn't open because they are could, and still keep him in the .
wife says that at long last mail is February 25th at 3 o'clock. Mrs. :
Advertinlnc Rates On Application. teacher short and have none U.S.A. He landed in
one Camp Beale,
beginning to catch up With him out I Barrus will talk on canning and con-
with time to open the library. California. He wrote "There is on- servation 'of I
there in Africa. He received mail food products and utiliz:1::1
advancement and .welfare I Couldn't someone volunteer one I II ly one thing left in Clewiston thatI ing
Devoted to the when he first landed but after the I our scarce and rationed food to i
"Clewiston and Hendry County., hour a day ton k the library. first few days there were would rather see than the News," the best advantage. I
and its books available to the pupils letter i and since we thought Helen would t
------- with mail from home.. The I
I ) no The meeting is sponsored by the I
in the school. ? i ,find a mail sack pretty stuffy by the II
he had just received was written December Clewiston Garden Club and will beheld 1,
time it got to California, we did the
MEMBER c r- 15th. Ed says the most wel- at the time of the regular meet-
We older residents in Clewiston next best thing and sent Hub
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION come piece of furniture he can ,think enough ing, but it is open to the public and'I ',\
NATIQNAL fJITORlALASSOClATION V are 'hard-worked, hard-pressed for of would be a bed, or a cot, or a Clewiston News' to catch up with I the club hopes that there will be a
1941 V time Certain of the little 'amenities current Clewiston happenings, and
bunk. The ground is getting mighty
large attendance, as it is felt the
of social life we've had to fore now that he has an address it'll get
hard. meeting will be well worth while.
go for the duration in order to do But Hub Spooner's letter is the I I I there every wed Good luck, Hub
things which are more important and we're looking forward with you I
one that has us guessing. Hub I
$M..Z N l..tt..l N Z..tt..tttttt.te..N Z M N N N:..:N: at the moment. We haven't the I writes that he is in a new company,I to.,that return trip through Nevada, Buy War Bonds and Stamps -

time to visit our neighbors and -the first of its kind in the U.S.A.I Utah, Wyoming, Colorado, Nebraska I every \

RAMBLINGSBy make calls on new-comers.- We He promises to write more about it'I Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, payday and help win the war
ou'lI forgive and believe 1\,\
hope us,
} later, says it consists as yet of boys .l
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in our friendly I nature .just the I
B. B. from Florida and Tennessee, and .:.I:N:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..: .. ..
same. that it much. His ad- NNNNN: :NN, : NN:NNNNMNNM:NNNNN::NNNNI.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:H:NNN:.
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pany" and that's what has us guess- V 4

Our weather-man has been try-I.N..NN, N..N.N.NON. .1.......N..N...:N..N..N.N.N..NN. .N..N.N.N.N;..1 ing. Does light equipment mean
ing to show off this week. Sincewe I that 'he carries electric light, wires Despite l
had lots of visitors in town we Rationing
and poles, etc., along, or does it : =1.
them the warm '
wanted to show
I With mean that the soldiers equipment is .. ... .
climate of South Florida-and instead .. .t. ;,

death. we At nearly that, it froze was warm them and to :I.i:. and a growing shortage of things to sell :f_:E: ::1

pleasant in the middle of the day. :'i .;
Our '

of It so a Victory happens garden that we and have'even a less bit Boys INVEST 10% OF YOUR :|i: 'We're Remaining ,In :|: I

than' that of rose bushes in our INCOME_ IN I :;: j( :.

;yard.: You can tell where our I UL in the 1: Business ,''I
thoughts were centered when you
saw the tents we put over the ..t.'c'
Victory garden, and leff the roses Service I War Bonds { y
bare. The flowers were not to be ; I :g_: and are adding many miscellaneous items ::

outdone, however, and next morn- _._ :|: to our stock of furniture and other regular :: l
ing despite the cold they were still
bravely fresh and green and the ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..: : stock. Among these are .;* \

next day we* got our first three I 'i' ::: tl

rosebuds of the season. We were II I |:f' Silex Coffee Makers Philco |:!
late getting the bushes in and our I It's all good news this week for AFTER' THE WAR YOU Auto-

blooms just starting. I and from Our Boys; in Service. We :: mobile Radios Tennis [
are hope no one will accuse us of usingour WILL WANT: TO BUILD :!:. Racquets, Golf :J::

Monday the house night except we put the everythingin blanketsoff I imagination on this for some of YOUR OWN HOME. CON-' :$:': Clubs, Leather Jackets and many other :|:::: !I

the beds out ''in the garden. We 'f them, are almost too good to be true. I J items. :f
I First Santa Claus to .
covered onions, carrots, potatoes, came see SIDER INVESTING: PART .(. .i" ,
tomatoes, peppers and eggplants.Next :! each of you on Valentine's Day this .(' .\

day it warmed up so much we I year. Before the last week's Clew- OF THE REMAINING 85% :&;: Come in and see our stock. If we :t '
iston News had time to reach any
felt sorry- under for their them blankets smotheringdown we took I of you, a very big-hearted gentle- OF YOUR INCOME IN' A I '_:: don't have what you want we'll try to get : Ii

I man who at his own request will re-
And towards !
off the + : 'I
main nameless, stopped by and counted It.'c'' \
hustle and 1 !
nightfall we had to out Homesite "- J
the Clewistonon [
servicemen from _
them There
cover up again. seem,
our mailing list and paid a year's ..L'
to be some of the tender growth
killed, but most ofthem came subscription for' each of you at our 1 Clewiston Furnitureand if i'i''t. '
through.The [ special sQrYic; man's rate of $1.00 .
:per year. It was truly a big thing C I
cold days it seemed good to
Ito[ do and made us very happy. It's
sit. by the fire and sew, and we 'CLEWISTON REALTY 't
i made a lot of other folks happy too ) Store ,\1
bravely tackled the Red Cross sew- Appliance \
i for all week your families and ,
ing that's been prickling at our and DEVELOPMENT
have been in to
,,1 friends stopping pay i
conscience. While doing it we!' .t. i
i a subscription for you. Their expressions !,
hit upon a scheme that helped i and remarks when they CORPORATION ..i.. M. S. WRIGHT, Mgr. :
lighten the task a great deal. Sew- '.'
i hear that the subscription has already !

ing has always been a sort of been paid would be thanks 111. ".;.NNN'..'. '.NN'. '.NNHNNNN. . '.NN.' .'NNNNNY'. ',, '. .. .. ..NNE/NNNNN. :HNN..;..:NNNNN:NNNHI.:N:..:..:..:..:..::::. i
avocation with us; we do it when, 1
enough, if any were needed, to repay nnnnn --------- -
as and iffe feel like it, coiise- .
auentlv it's: been a pleasure_ But the generous donor. fi
-' "
usual :* j From North Africa comes the very 11nn
as it's the little things in I I
welcome and this THE OLD JUDGE SAYS.
life that are most annoying, and surprising news i
we hated to turn those awful belts. I I week that two brothers, James and iI I
Jack Wynn, have encountered each !
The garments were hospital operat-! /
other. That must have been the !
ing gowns and women's nightgowns, f
thrill"'of Jifetime for them it
and from their looks we know the
was for their family and friends I
Red Cross works on the assump- 1
here. The boys are in separate di.
tion that all doctors are giants and .
women t visions. James has been in Africa I -
all prospective Mrs. Dionnes. I
for some time, but Jack hasn't been It
The belts were unbelievably long, t
I there long. We their
so hope -
and the scheme we hit upon (probably !
every one in the world knowsit I will be the first of_ many andthey'll i
be able to share their iI
but us) was a way to turn the I experiences I iI'
with each other often. I'
belt it is
as being sewed up, so
when the sewing is completed the Equally thrilling ,and even more I !

belt is already turned.' of a surprise was the experience Wilbur j'

Goff had on an island in the ,
I t.
The war news doesn't sound South Pacific when he ran into his I

good ,to us this week, and it makesus friend and buddy, Bill Wilhoit whom .
turn with new. zeal to the mak- he thought was still in New York I

ing of bandages and operating working for the Huffman Construc-- I ; :

gowns and the like. The boys out: tion Company They only had time J :

there are depending on us back' for a fifteen minute visit that first !

home to furnish those things. day, but both are enlisted in the ,

Please God we hope they'll never Navy, Sea-Bees and both are assignedto t t'I ti

be needed by our lads, but the work which will enable them to i

thought that one of them might I see each other often. You remem-
need one makes us regret every ber that Dick Hooks is also ,in the I '}
same branch of work and stationedon ,
wasted opportunity to provide the \ J .
things the Red Cross has under- the same island, He and Wilbur 't :;o,;. _.i!

taken to do by volunteer workersat have been >near each other right f. arc- 1 aI "

home for our boys on the battle-. along. Dick also knows Bill ) Wil-
lines. hoit and will share Wilbur's plea- : j'

Incidentally, this seems as gooda sure in having a friend close by. :

place as any to suggest to those And the Kelly boys have had a 1 1I .

who are fairly new in Clewiston, happy week here this week with I i

that we need their help in doing their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.E. I I -

this work Clewiston is your E. Kelly. Ensign Lloyd G. Kel- II I .

home; the work assigned to us herein ly's boat put in at Miami for a week, : ;
Clewiston to do 'in connection giving him several flays' leave in this "Vou can't imagine, Judge, how much comfort so wen-trained. Why, even on pay-night -

with the war effort was proportioned -* neighborhood. His brother, Robert -. Louise and I got out of reading that there's very little' drinking done. I was

on the population. You were up at the Naval Base in Jacksonville report by the Office of War Information on particularly interested in that part which
counted in that number and we asked for and received five drinking habits in and around Army campsIf said the Army, with an eye to its own -

have work for you to do. If you days leave, and came down to spend you hadn't loaned us your copy we'd still problem usually prefers to' have its campsin :

can come to the Red Cross room the time here. be worrying about our Jim .all becauseof wet communities rather than dry communities ;.

and make surgical dressings withus Wilbur McGehee was transferredlast those silly rumors goin' around." because wet communities can be.

that will help fill a most urgent week to LaFayette, Louisiana. "I'm mighty glad to hear that, John. regulated dry communities with their

need. If you have small childrenyou .Hiss troop train went through New As the report says, no Army in American bootleggers, can't. It's just more proof that

cannot leave, perhaps'' you can Orleans and ,made' six' hour stopover history has been so orderly,so well-behaved, prohibition does not rohibiJ "" ,

take home a garment or'BO, or there Runelle, his sister, whois
something to knit. Perhaps you in training in a big New Orleans

can volunteer to do some of the hospital, managed- to get off duty I Confermceef Akotsolic 8mr.D Inlwhbb.1F4i,

"paper work" connected with the and have three hours'wit9 Wilbur 1.Z'AGE .



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the like; A three piece orchestra, Tennessee. On his return trip he selves approved unto G04'8'work- .'. 1ST',r AID BOOKS WANTEDAll :

1 -accordion, guitar and saxophone suffered a severe heart attack in I ers who needeth not ,to be ashamed. -
provided music for dancing.' Ocala and was confined in the hospital who have Red Cross First

I-J; L Personals ]' Sandwiches, relishes and appetizers there for some time. .He is Ladies come and be with us. Aid Books which they have not paid,

. were served. Committees which much improved and Mrs. Elmore, for are asked to turn them in.at... .
. planned the event attended by who went up to be with him, has The circles of the Woman's Mis- once; and any who have bought the

more than a hundred guests,. were brought him home.HundertmarkPridgen. sionary Society" of the Baptist books and are willing]) to lend them
.', Church for. use in teaching 1st aid work at.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turner were Airs A. R. Thompson, general will have their regular
visitors in West Palm Beach last,(.chairman; Mrs. W. F. King, food; circle meetings Tuesday afternoonat the school are asked to 'volunteer'
Friday. .Mrs, H. D. Brazzell, music; Mrs.G. 3:30.: They are: Helen Bagley them. The books may be taken to
c., I G. Glasgow, decorations; -Mrs. Circle) Amanda Tinkle Circle, and the school or to Mrs. R. Y. Pat,

Misses Florence Graham and Roberta Ken Woodward, entertainment, and Miss Lee Pridgen of Clewistonand Lottie Moon Circle. I II terson.

Spicer were visitors in West I Airs Archibald, invitations. >- Burton Wager Hundertmark) !

Palm Beach Monday. I of Clewiston and Talatka were I The Baptist general associational We pay cash for used
DUTCH-TItE 1T SUPPER ATPATTERSON married in a quiet ceremony performed meeting was held in West Palm

Mrs. D. G. Alston, Miss Martha I HOME: WEDNESDAY! in the First Presbyterian J Beach First Church last Friday. cars. Phone wire .
Nell Alston and Miss Juanita Fitz- Church in Fort Lauderdale at three'Those attending from Clewistonwere or

: hugh were visitors in Miami over the A number of the ladies whose I 6'clock Sunday afternoon. The Rev. : Rev. and Mrs H. C. Meador write Oldsmobile Service
week-end._ 1! husbands were guests at the Presi Forest C. Taylor, a former min- Mrs W.. F. Nail, Mrs. C. s.1 -

1I I dent's dinner Wednesday evening ister of the Clewiston Community Waters, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. I 1 1038 Street
,< Miss Laura Mizelle of Moore Haven gathered for a Dutch treat supper Church, performed the impressive Fred Sikes and Mrs. H. J. Davis. Bay Ft.
, has accepted a position in the,''at the home of Mrs. R. Y. Patter- ring ceremony in the presence of I I
stenographic department of the son. Each guest brought one dishof the families of the couple and a few COMMUNITY CHURCH I Myers, .,.2t.
/ !
United States Sugar Corporation. the menu; and a supper of ham, friends. John N. Montgomery", I1J
vegetables, relishes, hot rolls, and Mrs. Hundertmark wore an aft- I

Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Binkley are dessert was enjoyed. ernoon crepe 'dress of Blythe blue, 9:15-Church School. I

parents of a baby girl, who was. Making up the group were Mrs trimmed with matching lace ruch- 11:00-Morning Worship. Sub- Florist Agency
born in the Lee Memorial. Hospital: H. A. Bestor, Mrs. "J. W. Francis, ings a blue hat with short veil and ject, "Being Up to the Sample."
Sunday afternoon. Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. Carl Berner, white accessories. Her flowers werea 6:30-Junior Christian Endeavor. Flowers delivered here at no .

I Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. F. E. corsage of pink camelias tied 7:30.-Evening Worship. .Four extra cost. Other towns, any- ; ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lawson of Conkling, Mrs. W. X Prewitt, Mrs with Blythe blue ribbon. Freedoms. II. "Freedom from Fear." where in U. S. add only cost of '

Okeechobee were guests of their J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs The church was decorated for The Community Church is a telegram, ranging from 20 to '

son, Wilburn I. Lawson, and fam- H. V. B'riant. Mrs. Flora Deans the occasion with vari-colored gladioli church for all who worship God. 55 cents. ,

ily Tuesday. Mrs. M. W. Bigg,. Mrs C. E. Miner, and candlelabra _on either side Those of .all denominations are wet MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN

Mrs. M. E. Von Mach -and Mrs.. S. of the altar lighted the wedding comed. If you have no church homein Western Union Officer

.:'. I Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Mrs H. A. i L. Crochet. scene. the community, join with us fo Day. Phone 82 Night 27&1
Land and Allen Douglas were buss The bride and groom are spending worship on Sundays. k

ness visitors in Fort Myers Wednesday -I I DINNER; PARTY AT BOURNE this week honeymooning on the The Church-Time Nursery cares
i' HOME: WEDNESDAY EVENING I East Coast and will 'return to for the children of parents who, wish '"

I Clewiston this week-end. They to attend church. Leave the children

Mrs, A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. UreyWaldroh I Mrs. B. A. Bourne was hostessat will reside in the Ezelle Apartment. with the women at the Community' DRESSMAKING A ALTERING '

and Mrs. J. E. ''Baker ac a delightful dinner party at her Airs Hundertmark: is the cousinof Building before morning worship. i
companied Mrs. C. A. Thomas and home Wednesday evening A gameof II !\II'. and Mrs. William H. Lanier, Keep in mind Every Member En BUTTONHOLE: MAKING ".

.Mrs.. Neal Williamson on a trip to whist was played after dinner. with whom she made her home. ,Th rollment Sunday, March 14. Our Mrs. Inez 'Pope
Miami Saturday. The hostess awarded first prize;'. a groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.I goal is every member> present. Give V -

sachet )handkerchief case, to -Mrs.xW. B. W. Hundertmark of Palatka. prayerful consideration to your part Millcrest Near Passenger Depot

_ Gratton George left Wednesday L. Lott, bath powder as second Guests_ at the wedding were 'Af rI in the work, of the church in the
(next door to Bill Allen's)
for Baltimore where he is reentering prize to Mrs. Gene Powers and and Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mr. and I coming church year. I

.t Johns Hopkins Hospital fora toilet soap as low prize to Mrs. C.I Mrs. B. W. Hundertmark, Airs I

series of medical treatments. Mrs E. Gericke. I Flora; Deans, Mr and Mrs. ,Charles FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHH. I

George and Mrs. Roberta Speer. took Mrs. Bourne's guests were Mrs. J. Lovvorn and Mrs. Forest. C. Tay, C. Meador, Pastor
him to West Palm Beach to take W. L. Lott, Mrs. L. M., Weetmau,I lor. ,Johnson's Fish CampNear

the train. Mrs. C, J. Nielsen, Mrs. W. ,D.I Sunday School 9:45
a. m. ( Hurricane Gate)
Wylie;;Mrs. C. W. Fuller, Mrs. P. BAPTIST W. M. S. NOTES Morning Worship-11:00- a. m. Clewiston, Fla.

Mrs. M. C. Sweat and Mrs. A. B. M. McIntyre, ''Mrs. C. E. Gericke, Training Union-6:15 p. m. Boats and Motors-Guide Service

'. Moody and daughter, Betty, Whol f I Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs. H. T. The Business Woman's Circle of Evening Worship-7:30 p.. m. Rates Reasonable
have been the guests of Mr. and Vaughn and Mrs. Gene Powers and the Woman's Missionary Society Junior G. A. meeting will be held I
*- 'v. H. Johnson
W. A. Davis for a few months left]I Mrs. G. N. Pitson.,. .. will meet at the home of Mrs. Ben Wednesday afternoon immediatelyafter Mgr.

yesterday for Lake City. Mrs. Sweat Bolton Thursday, February 25, fora school. All girls of junior age

., is the mother and, Mrs. Moody a sister STANLEY WRIGHT HOST business and program meeting.The I are requested to come.
of Mrs. Davis. AT PARTY SATURDAY ladies will be entertained witha : i Do you 'have a church home since
spaghetti supper at 8 o'clock you have come to Clewiston? If not .
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Ellis and Mr. the'meeting..
Stanley preceding
Wright entertained a invite
we cordially you to worship Counselor and Attorney at Law
and Mrs. Phil Hawkins, left Wednesday group of his friends with a All business women above the regularly with us. You are wantedat Hopkins Building

to spend several days visiting party at his home Saturday evenI ages of twenty-five. are cordially 'all the services of your church.
'at. their former home' in Virginia ing. Various parlor games were I invited to join the circle. You will find a friendly, .welcome. Wednesdays and Saturdays
... Mr. Ellis and Mr. Hawkins played and M. I 9:30 4:00
Mrs. S. Wright t sere Let us be "Laborers Together Plan to attend Sunday and every to
'. ., -4are instructors at RiddleMcKayand ed refreshments of cup cakes and With God" and study to show our- Sunday after that. ,
have several days leave between
punch to her son's guests' f ..
courses. Attending .. .. .
were Mary Louise '-' -- -- --- '-' '-' -

Thomas, Grace Ward, Joann Erler,) l
.,A'I.' Mrs. R. R. Hooks was called to Louise Prewitt, Jo Ann Crouch, .
; :" Fort Pierce Sunday r' by the serious
Carline Berner
Gene Mills Ray-
;illness of her mother-in-law, Mrs. mond Trice, Lambert Lang and Den In 1943 get CHEVROLET DEALER SERVICE

W. W. Hooks. She accompanied:t Bolton.
Mr, and Mrs: Hooks to Jacksonville: I

' :, -. Monday where Mrs. Hooks remained'I'P.-T. A.- HAS NIGHT MEETING .I Every Month! I II II
for medical treatment. She is reported I
much better at this time. 'j, --

., Founding of the Parent-Teacher I .... ., I
:., Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Sharon Cochet I Association in America .:"V :: ": :<::Y1} ; < ::: ':' ":,:" 7.::':':';:;" F f? ;:r ::i'frB\ tr.i; :
celebrat ;
was :
and Mrs. C. L. McLendon were visi ed . ....,. .,.. . .. .. .. .y" .. .
I Tuesday evening when the local '
'.' tors in West Palm Beach Monday. P.-T. A. held a special Founders ? "I.
Mrs. Crochet's sister, Mrs. Raymond I Day ;
program at the meeting in the
5 /- Finley, who has been visiting here. school auditorium. IovrHLY: : .....:>......,'::'>,..,.:>>..i ...;:.'' .
for a few weeks accompanied them : .
After the group singing of America \
and returned to her home in Onawa,
.'r .. which opened the program, : <
Iowa. In. West Palm Beach they A "
visited their mother, Mrs. Arthur Louise Prewitt and Jo Ann Crouch : .n : R.I
gave short talks on the lives V of : ftJiL
Bong, who is .V ib
recuperating in' the i I Mrs. Bernie and Mrs. Hurst, the I Vli, .. \'>}p'
.; hospital there from operation
: a recent two
founders of the P.-T.move- I
ment. Mrs. E.' _C. Mills, president, '

; CO-PILOTS TO :MEET i iI then presented corsages to each of I I l r IAINTENANCE: 4 4Ivill.f.
the past presidents :
F WEDNESDAY FOR PARTYThe attending. These I ;:: .-:::,
I i were Mrs R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. I :
.. Co-Pilots Club met at the i T.R. H.Vaughn, Mrs. H. R. Hall, H'I. iiff ; .d..y. : ; "
: Knight, Mrs. Carl Berner and ,
' .Instructors Club Wednesday afternoon Mrs W. C. 0\ven. I : : '. .: : :: .t<.... '. .:. ., ',': "'." ::::\ /
: : : ;
j with Mrs. W. G. Reid, president A j ; :. ':. .,::. . .. :>':<<'-';<:'>"' "
of fifth :
group and sixth .
decided in to charge.plan a Members social meeting present I students presented a play "Burn grade, I I .. :. d'd. .:'<.t' ::0..., .;.t h. e,...:::.l-f': '.0"f" >,:,::"your .cai:

for next Wednesday afternoon ands Candles, Burn." This depicted an : .

to eligible try to"co-pilots"interest to more attend of or the to ideal acteristics form teacher of lighted of, courage who candles received' ,understand the in char-the ,.. : ::iW ?, ''*&%j&C pfe** /!& *: *-> '* >

join the club, which is open to wivesof : ,.
ing, vision, cooperation and others j
all instructors at Riddle-McKay I ,>>'
symbolic of a working P.-T. A. mem a
Aero Get
College. bership. I I NOW
.Hostesses appointed to serve for Miss 'I r' CHECK-UP Chevrolet dealers service all makes of cars and trucks.
Mary Neeley gave a short LED
next week's meeting are Mrs. A. R. j SKI
reading I I
and Porter
Thomas !! tireS
;, Brink, Mrs. H. D. Brazzell, Mrs. several accordion selections. gave and rotate Chevrolet dealers have had the broadest experience
V The Check
A. R. Thompson and Mrs. .. lj
J. O.Ziler. hostesses for lubrication of and used and trucks.
": V the meeting were servicing millions new cars
"I : Check cart uretor
teachers and room n mothers. of the k engine, I
CO-PILOTS CLUB I 6th and 7th grades. They had a y Che Chevrolet dealers have skilled, trained mechanics.
ENTERTAIN decorated and lighted birthday cake I otterY _

WITH VALENTINE PARTY i j which was cut 'and served with -cu p I I i 41 Check brakes and 'II heel I Chevrolet dealers have modern tools and equipment.

cakes, and fruit punch to, :.those_ at!I .1 Check ste.y .ring
A gay Valentine party w'as given tending. 'i'1
by members of the Co-Pilots Clubat. clutch, tronsmi ss jon' Chevrolet dealers give quality service at low cost. ;
the Instructors Club House onthe BRIDGE CLUB V Check 0,1. ,V
; ridge Saturday evening. Invited I r.ar r '
were all instructors at Riddle-Mc Mrs. H. R. Hall was hostess to I! :
Kay, their wives and dates. Greeting members of her bridge club at her j ii i

the'guests as they arrived wasa home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs i SEE YOUR LOCAL '
large red heart with the words R. C. Wilson won first prize and .
'i..' "Hello, Sweetheart" on the door. awarded a hassock, while a box of .err ,. u.s. .
Inside decorations of paper frills, toilet soap went to Mrs. K. _Bowden : e C HE ROLET WAR'ij 80KDS STAMPS -
V red hearts and a large Cupid as cut prize. Playing were Mrs. :: : AHDjj) :

V transformed the room. Dave Alston,, Mrs Bowden, Mrs. I.'. .___ DEALER TODAY ,. '
Bingo was played during the E. Conkling, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Airs.
-evening, and dancing was also a Carl Johnson, Mrs. W. H. Lanier,
:' pleasant past-time. Several novelty Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Mrs. Wilson
dances were held, carrying out the
Valentine theme of the party. For JOHN ELMORE HOME
one the women were given tags
such as "Blondie, "Josephine," etc., Mr. and Mrs John "Elmore returned Hub Chevrolet
which had to be matched with the to their home in Clewistonthis Company nc.

partners, as the men received week.. Mr. Elmore left several ,

1 tags "Dag wood," "Napoleon" and weeks ago to visit his mother in i : CLEWISTON, FLORIDAL.r.v



::' 1- Crop of the Sea l ;

of Thought ACE1'E1IOLE :,

the Pacific
Submarine gardens on -

silence is one of the tV> coast which thrilled visitors .I

THAT arts of conversation is JACKSON GREGORY V in glass-bottom boats in peace- f,
r- ] 'I
himself who time are now being visited by men :[
allowed by Cicero Oft W.N.U.RELEASE .
GREGORY in diving helmets picking clumpsof
is not only an art, I
there -
says Not after the lamps were lit fern from the lush under- '
it.-Han- sold his little ranch to come long sea
in simultaneously
but More.an eloquence THE STORY at the SO King FAR Cole: Ranch, Ann here. I'd like him to stay a while. ill gathered around the dining" table water growths. This is agar sea ,I'

nah fortune Lee and Cole Cody discovered Old Early If I take over, he's on my pay roll.' when Aunt Jenifer rang the hand fern, one of the very essential ;
Be not arrogant when when she Bill Cole bad made two identical wills, Anyhow he might hole-up here a bell for supper. Again the meal products that Uncle Sam wants '
smiles, nor dejected one leaving all his money and the King few days?" was excellent and attacked as at these war days.Agaragar '

frowns.-Ausonius. Cole Ranch to Ann; and the other givingthe Cal shrugged."Me dinner; again conversation died the gelatin made

It is not learning, grace nor gear same money and property to Cole. owning the place, I can't aborning. In fact, had it not been from the fern, gives smoothnessto
Nor easy meat and drink However, before his death, caused by a not said. "Likewise, for Aunt Jenifer's few cheery remarks ice cream and contains cheeses.
But bitter pinch of pain and fear gun-sbot wound from an unknown assailant hire a man, he rights there would probably not More important, it's the one essen-
I've got
think. Bill bad sent them each a key not owning it,
creation Old
That have been much a "Please tial for which substi-
KIPLINGI which, to their amazement, they now chasing a man off. As far as I go, so as gelatin no
found fitted two different locks on an old, Porfirio is welcome to stick around pass the potatoes," remark. At the tute has been found, in making
felt an earnest and humble black Iron box. Opening the] box they until his feet itch to be traveling." end of this feast of silence and flow laboratory tests' of drinking wa-

desire, and shall do till I die, found two envelopes, each containing a Porfirio smiled. "But I do not of distrust, Cole Cody again said ter, milk, and food to safeguard :
to increase the stock of harm- fivc-hundred-dollar bill and a letter directing Senor!" some sort of polite thanks, and went American civil and military
less cheerfulness. Charles payment of the'money to Doc Joe travel on my feets, said Cole to his room. After Cody's departure health. ;i it
bet. "It's darn shame,
In settlement of a lost a
Dickens. and the Judge and half inclinedto .Ranee Waldron sat a little :
Now continue with the story. Cody, half smiling "that the while over his coffee, smoking a cigarette -
sigh over the thing,
and made some small en-
old boy can't be with us, watchingall !
XI deavor to_ be agreeable. Aunt Jeni'er -
CHAPTER ,hell he's kickedup.
THE the little merry
ON and made
did not like the man, .

,(HOME FROM r, Cal Roundtree Cole told simply.the story of Cal. sat silent a little while, gen- him got up the to curtest clear replies the dishes before away she: ". iI'Q

Early ,Bill very tly stirring the dirt with the toe of ,..
1 Ann Lee seemed absent minded; :
I 1
WYETH SPEARS Cole Cody asked, his boot. '
she said, "What did you say? twiceto .
will "
"When he to making a for sitting still,
came "It's not a day 5YCs.GROVE'S
remarks of his; he was not longin
then, he knew what he was, doing? said Cody, and stood up. "That'sa and (
of furniture saying his own good night
THERE is one piece "
He wasn't delirious?, great idea of yours, Cal, about economy L
for which our own period Bill vowed Cal going to his room. price now enables vitamin '
"Not Early buckboard.
will be famous it is the low coffee stood the Cal. "Here Ann Lee patted a yawn; they A Bi D protection for your
he up said we
Roundtree. "When "Suits me, entire family 1 Regular size I'
Our own generation has had been up early, it had been quitea .
table. aiming to die on his feet the same over two weeks'supply
discovered that low tables are not go. in day and she was sleepy al- -only 25<.More than ten
head was bays
way he had lived, his old He roped two lively young weeks' supply-just one
but give a greater ready.
only convenient < as clear as a bell. You could see it the corral, harness-broke, and aft- dollar. Potency:- quality
feeling of spacehigh ; : in a room than *, of "Go, to bed, Kitten, said Aunt guaranteed! Give your
ones. *I in his eyes. He"had a pair eyes Jen er. "I'll do the dishes and follow family the protective benefits -
like eagle's.
is little coffee table that an soak- along in two shakes." A and D plus famous Bi to Ii
Here a while
They sat silent a little L help maintain body resistance .
is as modern as tomorrow. You ing in the sunshine. Presently they -U Ann carried her lamp through strong; bones and

can make it yourself from a three fell to talking of this and that as r quiet empty rooms where shadows teeth, healthy, vigor appetite, vital. -- -

by four foot piece'of half inch ply- men, strangers to each other and seemed to come out of corners and ity.Get steady nerves GROVE'S Vitamins -

thrown together, will, and so it from under tables and chairs, and A and D plus Bi today!

I Ili" 3PIECE-TABLE OF Yt PLYWOOD chanced that the attempted stage scurry away like frightened things.In .

TOPTAKEAP MAY BE. QUICKLY SET UP \ robbery of the day before was men- [ her, room it was very still, and GROVESuintupktsJse- ,

lT i tioned. And so Cal Roundtree the; starshine came in through the :j

PIECES AND STORE t Zof .,i. L t learned that the attack had been iron grilles of her open windows.She .

FLAT made against Bucktooth Jenkins, and drew the shades down, un-

f that Jenkins was now lying in bed at dressed and slipped into her night-

r/1 Bald Eagle, pretty well shot up. gown and into her big bed almost

"Did they get the money Buck- with one gesture and passed gently ;

tooth was carrying?" Cal Roundtree from daydream.to the land of night's 1
4 Xt6"CUTOUT 3/aX24 dreams.
_$19- 9' CUT OUT asked anxiously. And Aunt Jenifer, as wide awakeas
zo 20' "They didn't get anything, unlessone !
%i SLOT of them got a bullet in him. I any cat at any mouse hole, sat

SLOT 9 8 couldn't be sure, it was that dark. for a long while on the green bench,
27" We all wondered what Bucktoothwas and her head was tipped at an angle \

carrying that they wanted." \ 1 J that indicates the head's owner is usterole for \ I II
for the slightest
wood with straight cuts of the "He was carrying ten thousand I
saw. It requires not one scrap of dollars in hard and folding money," sound. Thus an hour passed; and

hardware. Just cut the three sec- said Cal. "It was money he had w the night was still. At even the Chest Colds! !
sound she started when
tions according to the dimensions gone to collect for Early Bill, and slightest ; .

given here; place the slot of the he was bringing it home. I know she heard the house faint she creak clutched of a board the To Relieve Their Coughingand
within the
narrow piece of the base throughthe because Early Bill showed me the \1
both hands Make Breathing Easier
bench ,
of her
slot in the wide piece; put the letter Bucktooth had wrote him; the edges I
top on, and there you are! When letter said he had collected all right ready to spring up. But she knew Whenever the"Dionne Quintuplets catch
the of old houses; how in the cold-their chests,throats and backs are
no' way
take I
not in use the pieces up but was staying over a rubbed with'Musterole-
that she Immediately
for no reason on earth 11
than a large serving visit relations of ,his
more space days to some floorboards would a product made especially to promptly
tray. at the old trading post down over 4 knew, the ancient relieve coughing and tight sore aching 'f
e said he'd be along on creak like that; sometimes she had chest muscles due to colds-it actually '
by Tilton; treated herself to the thrill of helps break up local congestion in the /
NOTE: Readers who have sent for cop- yesterday's stage, bringing the ten !" Now upper bronchial tract, nose and throat. /1!
"There a ghost
ies of the series of booklets numbered one thousand bucks with him. But how thinking, goes Musterole gives such wonderful re- ''
to eight, prepared by Mrs. Spears, will be the devil did anybody else find out she just sat back and continued to sults because it's what so many Doctors
pleased to know that BOOK 9 is now 1/A wait. and Nurses ;all a modern counter-irritant.
ain't to
ready. This new book contains 32 gay about it? Bucktooth a man little Ann Lee was fast Since it's used on the famous "Quints"you
and thrifty things for your home with "Run, if, that's what yon got in Long ago can be sure it's just about the I
illustrated directions. Send your order toi gab."Just who is Bucktooth Jenkins, hearts." asleep, or she would have been out BEST cold relief you can buy! :
your here seeking her. Aunt Jenifer Children's Mild i;
anyhow? ,How come that Early Bill STRENGTHS:
sent him on an errand such as er a minor tussle with them got them stole out of her secret place and Musterole for children and people with II
MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS small shadow out tender skin. Regular for ordinary cases
York that?" harnessed and hitched to the buckboard crept,like an agile and Extra Strength for stubborn cases.
Bedford Hills Drawer 10 "Bucktooth has been old Bill's while Cody held the reins. to one of the big live oaks not

handy-man for years. He lived in Cal took the reins into his own handsas more than 50 yards from ""RanceWaldron's f
Enclose 10 cents forBook_ No. 9. Under the
Cal climbed over the wheel, outer door.
that little shack over yonder. he up 7
Name :............................... pointed to one of the several small said to his team a quiet, "Run, blast thick branched tree, heavy with HOUSEWIVES: :

Address ............................. adobes half hidden by the low droop- you, if that's what you've got in your young foliage, it was herself black seatedon dark; Your Waste Kitchen Fats
ing branches of a live oak. "He's a hearts," and swung them into the here she established ,

good man and game, and always sketch of a road leading down into the ground, leaning back againstthe Are Needed for Explosives

carried out orders the way he got the valley. Porfirio Lopez, not to be gnarled trunk.
'em. Later I'll be riding into townto left alone with his thoughts and At last even Aunt Jenifer.began to TURN 'EM IN! *

see how he's making out. If he problems, rode alongside.It yawn and her eyelids to grow so
gets well he ought to be back here, was a glorious morning such' heavy that it required pounds of
still brushing fin- and the final exercise of her
no matter who owns the place. as early summer, effort o o.
i "I'd sort of like to look the ranch gers with springtime, brings to this will power to get Ithem lifted. But

over, to see what' it's like," said land of gentle hills and small val- when at last she heard the sound SNAPPY FACTSABOUT

aches colds'get Penetro coughs-nasal modcrnmedicationinamutton congestion,musclo Cody wistfully. "But I supposethe leys under the steep and rugged bar- she had waited for so long, her eyes

suet base.25t,double supply 35t.FEORE'DATE17. shape I'm in, a horse would shake rier of the blue mountains, and the flew wide open of their own accord

me plumb to pieces." ..Teesweet:ze: blowing; in their faces was and:a she was as wide awake as a c) ,

"I'll hitch up the buckboard, if you with the resinous incense of child early on Christmas Eve. RUBBERC

say the word, Cody. A buckboardcan pines, the spicy whiff of sage, the The creaking this time 'was no

go most any place, you know." "green smell" ,of rich young grass ghostly creaking; it told of a door '

i It was while they were, giving the and wild flowers and the many green. being slowly opened on rusty hinges.It ,f

for girls who hasten healingof matter thought that a man came things growing. was the door from one of Rance I

externally caused pimplesby riding to them from the country It was nearly noon when they returned Waldron's rooms. And the steps she The Importance of group riding I'':
relieving irritation withRESINOL ranch headquarters. Cole ghostly tread; two conservation practice -
road, ignoring the ranch house and to heard were no a* a rubber I
striking straight for the two on the Cody left Porfirio and Cal Round- men, with the door softly closed and Pontiac has,been Mich.demonstrated, where today In
log. First Cole Cody recognized the tree taking care of the horses, and locked after them, were coming out, 20,000 worker roll to war \.

palomino, then the rider,.and waved. made his way slowly up to the and one of the men walked scuf- plants In 4,000 can they cars instead Died of dally the I

Here came little Porfirio Lopez house. He was tired from the trip flingly as though he dragged an earlier 15,000 this year. I

whom he had left last night in town. which no doctor would have consented injured leg -after him.

Porfirio's white teeth gleamed in to, and his present yearning was She hid as best she could behind 2,300 cities and towns with depend a total

a wide grin as he pulled his horseup for, a quiet room with a bed in it. the dark old oak tree, peering out population entirely upon of 12J automobiles$millions: for passenger

in front of them. Passing a window he got a glimpseof to see what she could see. The transport tiOn.

"Light down, Porfirio," invited little Ann Lee; their eyes met night was clear and there was light

Cody, "and make yourself at fleetingly and he marked in passing enough for her to be sure of two In 1896 the The first D.fabric P. Goodrich clincher type Co. '
than made
home." that her eyes looked bigger things: One of the men was a stran- automobile tire In the 36 x 4 II
and that her face was very se and he was hurt or Ue. I
Porfirio swung down lightly, was ever ger to her, I
introduced to Cal Roundtree who rious. He lifted his hat and went on sick. The other man was helping coUoo- II

Wr41 1II1JAjW shook hands without getting up to do to his corner of the house; he had had been no him along, and was Rance Wal hon A ton of of the rubber average a year Brazilian Is the wIld II
telling that he explains
of "As though This
effort way She sniffed. gatherer.
anyhow rubber
so, an unnecessary dron. the South
his ot
:: ---J seated'himself beside his amigo Cole shocked by the deadly pallor lookandby of could fool me, with someone hid in manpower American natural it the'crux; rubber problem.Gems !

Cody, and the three chatted. Por- face, its haggard,realization drawn that it his part of the house. Well, I know

Children Like This Better firio had come, it appeared; for her stabbing make him like now it's a man and not some fool
more than one reason: He wanted to ,had been her hand to girl he's hiding out." i >
Way To Take Cod Liver Dill visit the grave of the poor old Senor this. If he should QIe- She strove with all her ears to; ii

Mothers I-children need the vital I Beel Cole; he meant to pick some The afternoon passed think lingeringly.There about, hear what was said between them, i

elements in Scott's Emulsion to help wild flowers by the creek and place was so much to of it but they spoke a few words only, I
with his two hands. so little to do about any part voices. She saw y
them there own in lowered f
strong those
promote proper lay
Cole Cody
the most part, ft
For and
that he lurching
Also he had thought might man
bones sound teeth! So give them weakened by them move, one
his room, fatigued and toward the t
Scott's Emulsion daily find his amigo Cole Cody here. Rance the other supporting him, e ft
good-tasting Third his heavy black brows drawn his jaunt in the buckboard; of ranch buildings at the foot I
they're sure to like it. Tones up Waldron kept to his rooms, seldom group she followed 0 t
down like the shadow of a thunder- of the slope, and furtively 1
Contains natural A and D as Aunt Jeni- Goo
system. and always,
emerging that
cloud, he wanted to poke his nose them. She saw i:
Vitamins. Buy today-all druggists. into things here, to find out thingsfor fer took pains to note, leaving Jeni a dron had a couple of horses hid in ,
Recommended by Many Doctors himself, to be like a hunting locked door behind him. all a willow thicket just across the

'. dog, maybe to learn what cabroneit fer herself did a bit of snooping in the creek; she watched him help his .

was who had shot Early Bill. over the place but mostly companion up into the saddle; she

"I would kill him like that!" he neighborhood of Waldron's quarters. them ride away, heading north,
exclaimed and crushed an acorn As for Ann Lee, she sat in the patio, saw and hastening, then she turned sw1i
the future,
EMU LSION with the high heel of his boot. dreaming dreams of and ran back to the house.

Cody explained to Cal Roundtreeall thinking of the immediate past, mus- BE CONTINUED),
about Porfirio. li ing about her benefactor, Early Bill. (

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Sweeter than .5\Jinhurn HINTSIVIf

miraculous l'Lys I-

Sweeter than Shelleysmelodious : ( PETERB. wNAr 80y s'THAT cTI i thawed too quickly meat that

Sweater than FlijKt you ,can L I it\\ has tough.been frozen will likely be

imagine .r When patching a print dress
Are the poems I makeup f match the patch with the printso

rryse1F in the that it will be less noticeable. .
; S *

nl9ht.R"1'Ch. ]:L L ) Felt hats will last longer if

brushed with a brush made of

OEOD6EASHINGTON ( hair and not with a whisk broom.

You can freshen up drab waste

baskets by pasting on some gay
4 Juniotr motifs cut from wall-paper, then

WNU Features. using a white shellac over the



: FIEYWNT/ ONO' YoosroP s ,.

the charm of
: ALL a bygone day
MISCELLANEOUSGasoline '(NATTRE ..6ESJDE51T5 in this colonial girl motif-

mileage doubled. Any car. Amaz- ANAPPLEJVOr s picture bonnet, bouffant skirt en-
ing new method. Simplified instructions $l hanced with a bit of embroideryand
checks. Monroe A CHE RR.yym _
for limited time. No
Methods, Box: 4760 San Francisco, Calif. scallops, puff sleeved blouse.
Gracefully she lends her charm to
Tastes, smells, looks like coffeehealthfuland _
inexpensive. Sample'lOc. Formula SI.
, ED HARRIS, Box 426, Los Angeles, Calif. 6 (! --
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grow kudzu. Produces up to 4 tons or more
per acre of choicest feed every yr., no crop J ,
failures. 1 planting lasts lifetime. No pest, 2 '
easilyeradicatedI'.o i cultivation after Istyr. l1 '
legume, rebuilds poor land, stops washes. e5 --
Qualifies for Gov. soil conservation pay O 0
ments.Write for facts, pr.on 2-3 yr.crowns.
The Kudzu Farms Box A, Barnesville, Ga.


t Whalebone Valentines f r

Between 1750 and 1815 in Eng- ING MY VERY BEST TO SELL NUTS S THE SITUATIOMil side and center vanities, to matching

land; it was a popular custom for SO BOLTS FOR YOU- BUT THE -= dresser scarf and pillow slips.

':' ," a young man to carve a senti- MARKET ISEXTREMELV On the larger pieces, a ramblerrose

mental message on a flat piece of TOUGH fence continues the motifs to

':\ '> whalebone or wood and present M V the desired length.

.,/:' it to his beloved, says Collier's. In 'r : .
G- l! ;
: .f (: appreciation, she would wear it E t = You will use outline, lazy daisy French

':' next to her heart-as a stay in. knots and buttonhole in doing these colonial
B lady bedroom ensemble designs, and
her corset.
hot iron transfer Z9534, 15 cents, will
v" One such inscription on a buskin -_ bring them to you. Send your order to:

a British museum today reads: 0 U

;'1 '.. "The gift is small but love is all. .. ? s AUNT MARTHABox

r'. Marey Oran 1788." tD W 166-W Kansas City, Mo.

Enclose 15 cents for each pattern
Y v + Lrlon SraJita.
::- desired. ,Pattern No. ............

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: Relief At Last / E' EASY TO BUY

Be sure to insist on I PURE ASPIRIN
N genuineSt.Joseph I Quality Assured
Aspirin every
0 time. You can't buy aspirin that can do
Creomulsion relieves promptly be- more for you, so why pay more. World's
cause it goes right to the seat of the i G largest seller at lOff. 36 tablets 20)5)-
trouble to help loosen and expel 100 only 35f.( Get St. Joseph Aspirin.

germ laden phlegm, and aid nature B,
to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed SAM NICHOLSWNU
bronchial mucous mem-
branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa Features.
bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding Of der folks -
'- you must like the way it
quickly allays the cough or you are spyip s
to have your money back. morns161e
Coughs; ,Chest Colds,Bronchitis


'. Gather Your Scrap ; *. AND BEAMS

:. 7r Throw It at Hitler! o T able Ta NR (Nat .

d nertjer'orer cRefl2edy)

To relieve distress of MONTHLY* fQble ff rent fs are dill2Vas.yegetabla

0 .6' comb n urefy teat
Female'Weakness fated oye 10
p of
) Coate rngry ts.anon fo uUyee

'., AND HELP BUILD UP RED BLOOD! on deAendY coated Un.

Lydia E. Plnkham's Compound hays D entle, as n illbpe' ihorouihry
TABLETS (with added Iron) have Get 2 s of N
thousands a s
helped to relIeve periodic larger
pain, backache headache with ecor mbo'a
t'Tt r7-rs c"ij
weak, nervous, cranky blue feelIngs : eieeeed br The Bell Syndicate, loo.) size.
-due to functional monthly
:.. disturbances.
' Taken regularly-Pinkham's Tab-
lets help build up resistance against WHERE'S THE
such annoying symptoms. Also, _
their Iron makes them a fine hema- i" '- YOUNG LADY :
tic tonic to help build up red blood. f .
Plnkham's Tablets WHO TAKESIT
?; are made especially -
for women. Follow label di- i.g.i. -
rections. Worth, trying Ocr

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Neglect Them I I rrr.iAfflJ11flflflj NOSE DROPS,
; Nature deafened[ tbo kidneys to do a COUGH DROPS.
marvelous job.Their task ia to keep the Wonderful liniment
j flowing blood stream free of an excess of Try -
'y toxic Impurities. The act of living-li/. +
iltelf is constantly producing waste ',WNU ran rmClear e. OAT
matter the kidneys must remove from
the blood if good heath is to endure.
When tho.kidneys fail to function as
'.' Nature intended, there is retention of Mud U'h9.t :
waste that may cause body-wide dis \ and pains ,
',- tress.One may suffer nagging: backache Fast-What's the difference be-
persistent headache,attacks of dizziness, tween ; RHEUrJlATISMNEURITIS. i
a duck?
getting: up nights, swelling puffiness
under tho eyes-feel tired, nervous, all Slow-A duck and what else? 4 d .LUMBAGOLarJe
worn out.
Frequent,scanty or burning passagesare Fast-Just a duck! S 1. A.,.. NY.4TV.1.: : ,lYIV 1IS f SSY
sometimes further evidence ot kidney a Slow-There isn't any answer to YM1S f :' '
or disturbance.
The recognized and proper treatments that foolishness! s
a diuretic medicine to help the kidneysget Fast-Yes, there is. One of its
rid of excess poisonous body waste.
Use Dean's Pill,. They have had more feet are both the same!
than forty years of public approval.Are :
; endorsed tho country over. Insist on 1 :
,I Doan't. Sold at all drug stores. Dates Need Stuffing ,
Private-Did you fill your date last -Tell the class about Bottled! ndj-ta* 0)'I22-Sinall Size 60t|
: "Goliath. II III CODa DBDt STOIK ir IT lUll ii receipt il fries f
Fred-Marriage is odd, isn't it? night?
You add one and one and make one! Sarge-I'll say I did.V She ate Bright Scholar-He was the guy, 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville,Florid

Ted-How singular I everything in sight. that David rocked to slecjx-




IX TIIK CIRCUIT C'OUUT OK TIIKJ'lFTKKXTH 1913! the same being a Rule Day anda
I C. Kingsley, W. H. Lanier, Dr. W. L. asked to turn them in completed JUDICIAL! CIRCUIT OK' legal Sale Day of said Court the
:XJSSC Key Men- j Ii John Lucaa, P.M .. I before March 1st, as they must be '1'1'l'A'I'I': OK FLORIi.1 IN AND following described property situate
Lott, C. J, Lovvorn in leave! VOIl I'ALiM IIHACII COUATV, FLOR lying, and being In TIendry and Palm '
I i McIntyre, E. W.; McLeod, C. L. Mc- blocked and packed time to \ IDA. IN CHAISCimY. \ Beach Counties Florida to-wit: "
I that date. j That certain tract 0/ submergedland
Martinez ,1 Clewiston on
E, C. Mills
Lendon, C. A. I Beach
1) I i I in Hendry and Palm
(Continued from Page ''j. F. Morrison, loV.. Mueller, N. V.. This' is a cold winter and the CASE NO. 17.023 Counties located' in Section 36, ;,
'Reserved a great pat on the back Owen It./ Y. Patterson \ needed by the Armed SPESSARD! L HOLLAND FL.ORIDA GOVERNOn, J. M. Township 42 South, Range 34 East "
C. sweaters
to carry on tlili'S. Mumford, W. are OF THE STATE OF and in Section 12, Township 43 I\
for their efforts 'Chas. M. Pirkle, M. M. Pren'itt -' forces. Knitters are asked, please, LEE, COMPTROLLER OP SAID South, Range 34 East and in ;
insurmountable I LARSON, TREASURER -
of almost STATE J. EDWIN :1
face Section 7, 43 South :
season in the and presenteeClarence W. C. Prewitt, Dr. W. O. Rigby, not to delay turning in their com-. OF SAID STATE, J. TOMWATSON Range 35 East Township described more :].
difficulties I GENERAL OF
Rodriguez, O. H. Sheppard, JackIB' pleted garment on time., ATTORNEY particularly as follows: :
Bitting, president SAID STATE, and ,
R. I Sigler, Fred C. Sikes, Geo. L. -- _.-- COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTUREOF Commencing at a point 5261 ;\
''corporation, "under whose guidance ,I SAID STATE as and constituting feet north of and 7,53feet east .-
the leadership" the Sims, Roscoe S. Stokes, S. K. Swayne, EmergencyContinued the TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL of the Southwest corner of Section ,',
and effective carried M. A. Thomas, Dr. D: C. Thompson, IMPROVEMENT FUND OF THE 11, Township 43 South, Range 34 ::1 r
% rk of the organization is T. Vaughn, STATE OF FLORIDA. East as a point of beginning; ,
Henry E. Trice Harry Plaintiffs. Thence run North 73 degrees 25"East }
\6n. M. E. Von Mach, A. O. Ward, Dr. L. ( from Page 1) I. U. 510 feet; Thence South 75 Ii
For the first time since thePresident's Williamson Dr.. for five R. E. KURTZ AND DAISY KURTZ. I' degrees 35' East 3,115 feet; >
'M. Neal could be made
has become an his wife ET AL Thence South 14 degrees 53' West, \ i
; Dinner Mr.: Blt- '[ W. D. Wylie and Geo.:A. You. I times the present number of work-I Defendants.NO'I'ICIs 280 feet; Thence South 59 degrees : I
annual event in Clewiston 43' feet; ThenceS, .
l prepared The board of directors held their ers if there were that many volun- OK M\VFER'S KALE V28t'deir 43' West, 2,510 \
a i
rUng did not i annual' meeting Wednesday pre teers. No one needs an invitationto NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that feet fo the point of beginningfirst
but spoke only briefly and I pursuant to that certain final decree above described.. Known
speech He said that ceding the dinner and the following work at the Red Cross work-; In the above cause entered on the locally as Rocky Reef, with its
extemperaneously. these directors were in attend- room. It is open every Monday i 9th day of February, A. D. 1943. in surrounding shoals containing
had made things look :'of 1 the ..Circuit of the Fifteenth Ninety-five and 11/100 acres, more :
the freeze 'glades at this ance: P. W. Atkins, New York, M.j afternoon and every Tuesday and, Judicial ?itrt the State of Flor- or less,
blue in the ( ida in and for Palm Beach County In I
Bit- evenings.
pretty R.
Clewiston, Clarence afternoons accordance
could W Bigg, I Friday therein "the same to be sold in i I
cane in certain cause .
'time but that sugar work-rooms-in Chancery that with and to said final de.
Bitting/ satisfy
York, Wm. T. Red Cross Holland f
which was able ting, New i I The pending wherein Spessard L. ,
:serve as a basic crop Wm.; H. Bixby, St. -the City Hall Building and at the Governor of the State of Flor- cree.
Philadelphia i
cold if the farmers I ida, J. M. Lee, Comptroller of said SAM ADAMS,
to stand of the Louis, Roy E. Brownell, Flint, Mich., Barracks-have a shipment which State;"J. Edwin Larson Treasurer of.. Special Master. i
could get the cooperation Paul, Minn., will.. today of 39- said State J. Tom Watson, Attorney: No. 9-Feb. 12, 19, 1943. i
Patrick Butler, St. leave f.lewtston
in plantingthis crop. --- Corioiiil nt said State and Nathan d _ __ _____ __ ____
'government mills he said, 1 James H. Douglas, New York, Jay 000 bandages. Approximately 9- Mayo.: Commissioner of t
Three or four more \ Moran, Clewiston, Thomas Oxnard 000 bandages remain on hand as of said! State, as, and --Agriculture\\ '
at this time in W. Tiustl-es of the Internal SOI:Til FLORIDA COXJsKIlVAXCYDISTRICT
could be operating Savannah, N. F. S. Russell, part of the quota of 27,000 assigned Fund-'of the' State: of Florida, are '

tine 'glades and other, stale, crops I Burlington, N. J., Forest P. Tralles, to Clewiston for completion by plaintiffs and R. E. Kurtz and Daisy XO'I'ICE'OF LANDOWNERS' 'I'
uncovered by ,extensive ,research, Kurtz his wife, Dave Rose and Belle MEETING
Everglades the St. Louis and Charles S. Mott, De- March 15thn.Anonymous. Rose his wife, Fred P. Grossman and
could: make the Grossman his wife, and
production center' in the troit. R.*, E,1' Kurtz as trustee for Fred P. Notice is hereby given that in accordance -' I
'greatest of Chap-
with the provisions
Friend- Grossman, and all unknown partiesclaiming '
\vprld. The corporation, he said, as heirs, devisees, grantees, ter '20477, Laws of Florida, Acts of
was ready to go aheatt and if not Registration ForContinued I I assignees, lienors creditors trusteesor 1941 within, a meeting South Florida of the owners Conservancy of land. :i
ther'ctaimants by, through under -
know, :'later. In closing he paid a I or against Dave Rose and Belle District will be held on Tuesday, :'P
and (Continued from page 1) 9, 1943. 'at 10:00 o'clock A. M., .
faith .
whose Rose, his wife, and Fred 1' Gross-
the man
tribute. to from Page 1) at the office of the said District, in .i
( for the News I man and Grossman' his
for thedevelopment isions of appreciation I of ,
it possible c
i County
made the City of Belle Glade
c urnge had- _..___ ;n,1,,,,- i owed to. do. so.This might be caus L. .1-. past,! T wife, and R. E. _Kurtz__ and Daisy Palm Beach, State nf Florid. for the "
oi tne sugar jUuuatry | from the servicemen HIue i\.uriz, his wife, are the defendants,! -
I I ed by a pooling of rides to the registration | being case number 17,623; that the purpose of electing three supervisors
: 'glades to be accomplish'ed that each for South Florida Conservancy District -
in the distant the editors are confident undersigned as special master named
from more
point for terms of 1, 2 and 3 years ,
to his in said final decree will offer for sale' I
; Mr. Mott. ,i i man will be very grateful and sell at public outcry for cash to respectively, and for the' purpose of
Mott and Mr. Moran were asked points. continuing the transacting such other business as ,
Mr. unknown friend for the highest and best bidder in front ;
to distribute the Letters have been mailed out tol of the western front door of the may come before said meeting.
Bitting send .
< by Mr. I The News has W. M. JEFFRIES ,
award I of school pupils explaining paper. courthouse in the City of West Palm, ,)l
and to the parents South Florida
usual bonus envelopes I ing the paper free, to the men, but Beach, County of Palm Beach, State Secretary'of
service ,emblems for those who had j I: the change in the school hours. \ regulations have_,of Florida, between the legal hoursof Conservancy District ;.
: Postal Department of March, A. D. No. 7-Feb. 12 and 19.
completed from ten to twenty years The opening bell will ring at 8:25j i stringent. Paper has sale on' the 1st day:
will continue i become more .
classes ------------- -- -
of service. a. m. and I been rationed to newspapers on '" I:
of several'othC' straight through to one ,o'clock. The i I ..., .1" =
The introduction previous year'spurchase.
teachers'an the basis of the.
guests includlngCounty Commis- intervening hour will give Complimentary sub- I

Etherton, Lt. 'Harding opportunity to get their lunch America's Force ---
sioner Glen I( scriptions have been discontinued.In I Help ,
and : janitor to make the necessary '
director the
lott 'a corporation and the men in a aY
order to assure War Bonds
auditorium to to Victory-Buy
in the
Air: changes
member of the Army I service of their paper, the Clewiston j
Mayor F. Deane Duff and newspapermen handle the registrants. : serviceman'syearwhich
: News established a
I ,
W. F. Therkildsen of Miami -i The white population only will be I II will satisfy postal I!

Keathley Bowden of Clewis- I taken care of at the school here. 1 1I I regulations, and men or women \

ton and Carr Settle of Moore Ha- I Colored residents will be registered who enter the armed services ,are '1 1

"ven. During these introductions I f, as in previous registrations, at the ;1 i eligible for this subscription. I ',;

::Mr. Kay made an impassioned talk school house in Harlem with the colored -.1 I 'J,

against the injustices now being, school principal in charge- I i
under the also make an Diston Island Bonds
leaped on the people i Each person must 41I

name of organized labor 'and said accurate count of all canned goodsin I I

that he, thanked God he lived in a I the following classifications: Now Usable for Taxes, 17i'orncul. .j 1 1.j.jI

state whose courts had twice had i Canned ,fruits, spiced fruits, can-

'the courage to fight back against I ned vegetables, canned fruit juice,
receiver -
tthe labor racketeers and ',win out. | canned vegetable juice, canned J. M. Couse the ,Diston secretary Island Drain- .

final feature numbers were chili sauce and catsup. Five for PHOTOGRAPH
As a I soups,
District stated yesterday that O, t. ARMY
':.- drawn for a group of prizes' which I cans may be allowed for each age AIR CGRPI i
order makes it possible i
recent court
the organization and report a
were won by key men of member of the family a I

; ranging from fountain made only on the surplus over for Diston Island taxpayers, to- BIG AND POWERFUL .
use bonds and coupons for the payment
defense bonds Cans
"pens to fifty dollar this five cans per person. for '1942 I f
and radios. eight ounce capacity or :over only of delinquent taxes i

I .The memento of the evening was are to be reported. I j and prior years. I: Your savings account can be big and ,iIp;\

ta war stamp book in which the I Canned olives, canned meats, I This is a reversal r of a former :1{
had been fill-, court ruling but will only hold good \ powerful too thru small :
first and last spaces fish, pickles, relish, jellies, jams, I and ,} i''I
i-ed with stamps and a message on: spaghetti, macaroni, \ during' the months of February
fill I preserves regular savings.$1 l or more e,
to ?
' 'the cover urged everyone noodles and home canned fruit or I \I.arch. ,

'the book as soon as possible, for vegetables do not have to be de savings/accountStart'TheNeiv ::1

'Victory.: clared. The fact that thee sale of Spring Term of Court <'pensyour

Music-for ,the evening was furnished 'frozen
canned meats was "rednes-\\
by Jack Eby's orchestra of!day night will not affect Set For; March 29th ii

Miami with Miss Suzanne Day, :MissCalifornia istration, according to the best information I Year'Right

of 1940, acting as SO'! available, I III. i I ,

loist."Key. Each person will also have to iI I Judge George W. Whitehurst set .. 1 1I 1I

men'who were honored; guestsat 1 II.declare the number of pounds of j the regular Spring term of circuit I' 1r r

the dinner were: Fisher W. Ange I coffee on hand Nov. 28 less one |I for Henclry County for Monday, I
(). A. Anderson, H. A. Bestor, W. [ 'I
E'I for each member 'of the family March 29.Judge -
Bolton, Dr. B. A. Bourne, W. pound
15 Years of age.' Whitehurst came to
Brantley, :F. E. Bryant, S. L. Crochet!I over but found 1
Belle Monday morning
Davis W. A. Davis, John 1 4
Fred W. So
I OK KKP CIIOtiS' I' there was no criminal docket.
DeValcourt rt, Foy Durrence, W. B. I{ l'.rTBHS
... for
... far only one civil case is up
Elam, Josiah Ferris, Lewis J. Fraser,

J. V. Fourmy, James M. Fraser,I I 7U1 who 'are knitting Olive Drab trial I .

_John Harrington, H. A. W. Hedke,' Sweaters :for the armed forces for I I .

W. P. Jernigan, O. A. Jones, H. C. 'IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? ,. ._.n :>' /
meal Red Cross chapter, are
Jones (absent due to illness) Geo. the j

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