The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 26, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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7 Action On Local Bills To Make Connections'


' Representative E. L. Stewart is, Mrs Edith Y. Burrus, home dem-

1 END TOMORROWSchool asking that all those citizens or:) HOLIDAY WEDNESDAY onstration agent for Palm Beach LOCAL QUOTA $1700

I groups of citizens who have special) County, who was scheduled to speakat

legislation which they wished pass-I I- an open meeting of the Garden

teachers--and volunteer I I[ ed at the coming session of the Legislature A move started this week by theB. Club yesterday, failed to show up The greatest Red Cross campaign

:I place such legislation in his and spreading to at the meeting. Mrs. Barrus reached 'for
workers under the direction of Principal and B. Grocery 1 funds in history will be inaugurated -
site administrator hands for study not later than March the other stores and some other business Clewiston, but thought the meeting -]I by President Roosevelt Sun-
W Turk
R. as .
to be held at the school I)
have been doing a fine piece 10. places of the community, will was day afternoon In a special broadcastover
\ of work in registering the citizens of I If such legislation is handed to see almost a general closing of busi- building. Her communications concerning all networks at1: 15 o'clock
him prior to that date ample time : the meeting had been with ]?!
Clewiston area for War Ration I ness establishments on Wednesday EWT. General Eisenhower and Ad-
'the Book No.' 2 and through Thursday will then be given him to contact afternoon for the duration. M. H. Sharpe, agriculture teacher, j l miral Nimitz will join in the broad-
various citizens and to find out If here have who was out of town on business for ]I
total of books had been Heretofore the stores cast from: the battlefronts of North
might a 3,111 : of : the day, so she failed to find her'
issued. such legislation has the approval observed a general closing on Thurs- Africa and the South Pacific.
a majority of the people. Such acts day 'afternoons during the warm group of ladies. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, chairman of
The response of ,the people of also have to be advertised thirty daysin summer months but this is the first The Garden Club members and the Clewiston Chapter of the Amer-
Clewiston, who are registering at the others who had for the
advance of introduction' and to gathered
closing'on Wednesday and is the ican Red Cross, announces that the
'.school auditorium and who were instructed delay until after the opening of the' first time that the half-holidays have meeting were, disappointed at not quota for the chapter here has been
to register ,alphabetically session might mean that action is hearing the lecture, and hope that
,, been planned on longer than a threeor I set at $1700, far greater than any
,'. according to their last initial has taken too late since there is considerable four month basis. Mrs. Burrus can give them another' quota ever previously assigned but
: been so good that Mr. Turk stated I I llof short session this date. Efforts will be made to have
: a thIs
Most stores state that the price I is true of the entire nation. Itwas'
: yesterday that instead of carrying : her for another time.MINISTERS .
:" year. ceiling regulations and the point I known that, this great drive
on through Saturday that the registration I :
would be closed at noon tomorrow I rationing set-up makes'so much pa- I [I would have to be made in the spring

':' .. and after that time any who I per work that now many hours of I so the annual roll call which or

'had not registered could niake application NEW MEAT RULING I night work is required to catch up. I NAMED II

:- for books at the ration I f This half-day closing each week will, -

'' office. for I!,MAY AFFECT SUPPLYAS I work it is and hoped. eliminate, provide the for'night doing work.this PRICE PANEL UNIT M/W. Bigg has consented to act

The set-up the registration was An advertisement elsewhere in I as chairman of the drive for funds

"( so arranged that the work was carried : this issue calls 'attention to the busi- and workers, during the. month, will

; :' ,f, on very rapidly. An information of- WELL AS PRICES I nesses that are closing which are: OF RATION BOARDW. I make a house to house canvass ofI
desk was set up at the top
the community with the aim of not
Parkinson's, B. and B., The Toggery I
;': the stairway where registrants could
; only meeting the but of
I -- Shop, Clewiston Dry Goods Com | quota exceeding -
I'.' ; be instructed how to proceed. They Since stores of Clewiston andj; pany, Royals, Clewiston Furnitureand N. Martin, chairman of the, it as far as possible. Of the

stopped next at the desk of the other lake communities have had to Appliance Store, the First Bankof 1 Clewist&n ration board, announced money raised 48% will be placed in

,coffee clerk where the excess coffee depend for some time on beef and Clewiston, The Clewiston News, this!:! morning that the price panel the chapter treasury and 52% will go

was declared for the first of November pork: slaughtered by farmers and Lee's Dress Shop and Ben Franklin unit of the board had been appointed to National headquarters.

," .: and the ten coffee stamps stockmen in the immediate area to Store. and consists of three Clewiston 'Sunday has been designated as
.'' ,: removed from the books of all children customers ministers. Rev. 'H. C. Meador will
..... supply the the new plan Red Cross Sunday and every Clewis-
7. under fifteen of age. Next Other places of business may joinin act Chairman and Rev. J. N.
years of the Department of Agriculture to ,as ton minister will make an announcement -
'; was the declaration clerk where the l license all meat sellers, including the closing later or, perhaps close on Montgomery and Father, T. J. Gearyare from his pulpit concerning the
registrant received Book 2 and .receipted an afternoon which is more con- the other members.
j I farmers and retailers may have the drive. Posters have been placed In

.'- book 1. Coupons were there effect, for .a time at least, of making venient: The board was scheduled to meet all places of business and windows at

removed for any excess canned goodson meat supplies even shorter in this this week: to ,receive their instructions Parkinson's and the Toggery Shop

'hand over five' cans per person area which is far removed from from Wesley Hammiter of the have been decorated.

5n the family. processing plants. LAND IS OFFERED TO Tampa OPA office who is here this Mrs. Patterson hopes that everyone -

At the next three tables were the The new plan, not yet, made ef- week to check on price control compliance will realize 'the necessity ot con-
recording clerks where the informa- and to assist in the tributing to this fund the
fective, is designed to wipe out point to greatest
.. tion on Book One was transferred to "black markets" and limit the sell- RESIDENTS FOR USE ration registration.The extent possible for it will provide
"Book 2. Then the document clerk
ing' of meats at higher than ceiling duties of this price panel are necessary money to keep in operation

.'. took the'name of the applicant and prices. It 'is designed to make more PLOTSW. to check on the cost of living filingsas the many hundreds of Red Cross
the serial number' of the book issued
effective Meat Restriction Order No. made to the local board and to posts which have been established
validation clerk affixed
before the
'.- t'the 1 limiting all slaughterers to the check any complaints which come in since the outbreak of the war in
the stamp on face book and
< amount slaughtered in the corresponding against any merchant or servjce every training camp, on every battle

:,' P" .;'j'.. > book transferred. sfcaniy.-Tlrese the serial; number' of. the i quarter of. last year., This C. Owen president, of Clewls- salesman; as to unfaIr. trad, practices front and ,in every remote outpost
to the cierKs :
ton Realty and Development' Corporation where service = located.
our are
was at first taken to apply only to .
[ oi price advances.
their desks arranged in semicircleso large processors but has since been stated this week that the cor- '"; Citizens are asked to prepare for the
"Mr. Hammiter stated that in the
'that when registration was ruled as applying to all who slaughter poration was making available to I :visit of the Red Cross 'solicitor and
future a great deal more attention
completed the registrant was around for sale.Before'this. Clewiston residents suitable plots, have the money ready, not the least
., .. to the back exit of,auditorium.. rent free, for the planting of Vic- would be paid to price regulations continued on Page 8)
:?:' order was issued the than heretofore. Rationing has been
The registration of local and area tory Gardens and hoped that as ,
". (Continued on page 5) United States Sugar Corporation be- ,many residents as can do so will take I the great objective of the OPA in the .
gan the erection of small slaughter- past but now it is the aim to see
advantage of this offer..
,7' house at the cattle feeding project that prices are kept down to the POINT VALUE FOR
here where they expected to kill Anyone wishing a garden plot is levels of.'last March 24.

26 SELECTEES SENT enough molasses-fed steers to sup asked to make written applicationfor This ,is true, he said, insofar as

ply their commissaries and to ex- the area most convenient to him the prices do not work a hardshipon PROCESSED FOODS

periment with beef cuts from cattle giving the approximate size of the the grower and retailer. Increases -
I fed with various feed rations. garden plot needed and is have been permitted on a
asked that those who have been SHOWN IN TABLE
Now that this slaughterhouse is number of food items to equalize the

FOR MONTH nearing completion it is found that previously given verbal permissionto retailers profit with the 'produc.ersand
t' such lots make application in
use I --
under the present interpretation of from time to time, as occasion
writing and have it approved. The following table shows the
{ f' _' the existing restriction that the corporation I demands, there 'Will be further adjustments -
l' Already many residents have; point value for processed foods in
; will be unable to operate made on prices, some low-
.,. One of the largest groups of
planted and 'raised Victory Gardens higher. popular size containers and by the
this killing room to the extent er, some
". white selectees in several months expected
: and have found that with much pound under the new point rationing -
:. left last Monday for Camp Blanding unless they are given a quota The primary aim of the OPA set-
:;' rationing in effect and more in system which goes into effect March
: ; :' to fill the county quota for Febru- by the government. This is' true be- prospect that the vegetables which up, IMr.. Hammiter said, is to allow allfood 1st:.

t;.<\\.r'- ary. The call was for thirty one: cause last year the corporation kill- can be raised do much to ease the_ handlers, the grower, the Fruits and Fruit Juices:

.,:''',' :' men but the local board was only ed very few steers, most of the fat- pangs of rationing. Gardens will be wholesaler, and the retailer, to makea Canned ami Bottled
<( able to send twenty-six. tened cattle being sold to regular fair profit without working a hard-
valuable 28 45 to Per
more and more as ,time 19 to to
.: >.:. Those in this group are as follows processors and then bought back by goes on. (Continued on page 8). '22 oz. 32 oz. 48 oz. Lb.
: J.;. : William David Andrews, William the corporation commissaries.
,, It is pointed out that gardens are Apples (incl.crabapples.
k- Earnest Oliver, John Kenneth I not always the most economical way Holland Home IsDamaged ) ....10 15 23 8

Bethea, Henry Alton Lee, Silas At- Meeting Of Observers of supplying the family larder, Applesauce .......10 15 '23 8
':' par-
: kins, Otis Alvin Cason, John Decal I ticularly when first starting out but By Fire Apricots ............16 24' 37 13
Belcher, Maurice Jackson Waters
Held On Monday NightSome amateur gardeners should avail Berries-all
and W. C. Standford of Clewiston; themselves of as much advice from varieties ........14 21 32 11
William Randolph Rider, Otto 'Jackson -
those who have done gardening herein Fire which broke out in the homeof Cherriesred sour
Rimes, High Russell Luckey, forty people attended the the past as possible. By doingso I. R. Holland at the Sugarland pitted ...........14 21 32 11

Josephy D. Mercer, Mitchell Lang'ford meeting held Monday evening at the they may avoid paying dearly for Drainage District pumping station Cherries, other 11 :21 32 11
Frank Wiley Richards, Leroy Community Center by officers of the '
Clewiston before noon Cranberries and
experience. Also it is possible to west of shortly
Crawford Smith, Charles Jacob First Fighter Command from Mi- raise some green vegetables here almost Monday did considerable damage to sauce ............14 21 32 11

Easterly, Jr., of LaBelle; James ami which was intended to have beena the entire year and these vege- the roof and house furnishings be- Salad and cock-

"Bertram "Holland\ transferred to course in airplane identificationbut tables will go far to fill the vacant fore the blaze was extinguished by tail fruits ......14 21' "32 11

:Minneapolis, Minn.; Lillingtoii Arm- so much time was taken up with places which may be found on tables the Clewiston Volunteer Fire De- Grapefruit .......10 15 23:: 8

ond Tew, transferred to Arcadia; other details that the course was after rationing goes into effect. partment. Grapefruituice 10 15 23: 8

"Landon Alfred Daub, Transferred to postponed. Grape juice ........10 15 23 8
'are also
Many residents puttingup Damage to the house, which, was
Belie Glade; Thomas Harley Murray, Since the Clewiston observationpost small and has Peaches ...........14 21 32 11
poultry yards .raising owned by the drainage district,
transferred to Fort Pierce; James of the Air Warning Service, their chickens for and Pears ..................14 :21:: 32 11
own meat been estimated at $1,000 and plansare
Gary Hudson, transferred to Thom-\ directly under the Fighter Com- It understood the damage Pineapple ....:....16 24 37 13
eggs. is that going ahead to repair the -
'asyille: Ga.; Gadseden Dell Bryan mand of the U. S. Army, has been Pineapple juice 14 21 32 11
keeping of poultry in the restrictedarea as quickly as possible.
-I: \ manned in the past by a comparatively north of the highway has not Other ................10 15 23 8
few citizens and little publicity Frozen
, been permitted in the past but dur-
Ridgewood, N. Jer. has attended their efforts it was it Stewart Report OnBirthday Cherries _..-..._...16 24 37 13
ing the war emergency seems like-
Eugene Adolph Kramer, now found that much in the way of organization that officials be Peaches ............1 G 24 37 13
ly city may willingto
.. "" 'working in Detroit, Mich., Tiad his work was needed when tolerate small flocks of poultry FundsRep. Strawberries ....16 24 37 13

'induction 'postponed.Etfecfive the post was moved from Johnson'sFish Other berries ....16 24 37 13
providing they are prevented from
march 1 the army has Camp to the new tower which Other frozen '
annoying the neighbors by being
agreed to select a certain number of has been erected across the highway E. L. Stewart who acted as fruits ..............16 24 37 13
kept in a tight poultry yard.I
registrants each month with uncom-I from the Sinclair Service Station. |I II I I I county chairman both for the Infan- Dried and Dehjdratetl

plicated syphillis. The number will Lt. Smith of the Fighter Command tile Paralysis Foundation drive on
PALM Prunes ..............25 38 58 20
be dependent on space available in j i made a talk In which he stressed the, President Roosevelt's birthday and Raisins ..............25 :38 58 20

. : hospitals for treatment and each importance of the AWS service and -- the George Washington Day drive for All others ..........10 15 23 S
; board will be assigned a quota each I two interesting films were shown,'|j Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr., Miss Democratic Party funds announces Vegetables anil Vegetable Juices

' month. one a March of Time on the generalwar j Christine Bell and Mrs. I. S. Bell, this week that the county has re- Canned and Bottled

effort and the other showing the I Sr., were week-end visitors inVest sponded most generously to both ap-I Asparagus ........14. 21 32' 11

GOES TO FELLSMEKEIT. I operation of a filter center. |I I Palm Beach. I peals. Beans, fresh

, An effort is being made this weekto 230.53 was netted in the Infantile lima ......-....-..16 24 37 13

"\1'. Tourmey, who for the past sign up as many women volunteers Paralysis drive, most of which was Beans, green,

., Tourteen years has been a chemist as possible to man the new observation I man the post for twenty-four hours I raised at the President's Ball held wax' ................14 21 32 11

,; with United States Sugar Corporation post. They will be askedto a day.G. here and the remainder from coin Beans all canned -

in the Eastern Division, left give one three-hour shift each I H. Small is Chief Observer for boxes over the county: bottled

their employ this week and goes to week during daylight hours and the Clewiston and as soon as the set-up The Washington Day Drive gave dry ...............10 15 23 8
'. Fellsmere to accept a position as assistant men will take the night shifts. As i is completed the Fighter Command Hendry County a quota of $100 and Beets (incl.plclled .

; general manager with the at least two are required on each officers will return for the schoolof this amount was sent in Wednesdayby ) _......10 15 23 S
i Tellsmere 'Sugar Growers. shift a sizeable personnel is needed to I instruction. Mr. Stewart. (Continued on' Page S)





AC IIOLE I SUNDAY 1 Lesson 11d -r..n..v. .cc.identtod'

My own fault I
-- Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. .
do (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) suspect.I .
THE STORY SO FAR: Arriving simul them on their saddle horns. Then gather the same idea as you

taneously at the King Cole Ranch, Ann walking silence, lifting their boot- about the hold-up. But how come tried to be.

Lee and Cole Cody discovered Old Early ed feet as does a cat in wet grass, you cinch the shooting of Early Bill Lesson for February 28 .,

Bill Cole had made two identical wills,, they drew near the cabin.A on Tom Gough?" origin.l I

one leaving; all his money and the Ranchto voice, not Rance Waldron's, was "You don't see a man wearing e Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- And sprained nv
the same
Ann; and the other giving Wal- speaking, and it was rough and new hat every day, Cody. Early lected and copyrighted by International
money and property to Cole. Rance his chips Council of Religious Education; used by in'te.llect. (
Ranch since Old querulous and came near being Bill, before he checked in ,, I If1CC
established at the permission.
Bill's dron, death, and posing as his nephew, threatening. told Doc Joe and the Judge how he "

questioned the sanity of Old Bill and the ". and so, there you let me had whanged away at the hombre JESUS RESTORES LAZARUSTO

legality of the two wills. It was nearly rot all day; damn you. I might of that potted him; how he had shol LIFE

noon when'they returned to Ranch head died! I might die yet for all the the feller's hat off. He said, 'Watcfc

quarters. That evening they all retired doctoring I'm getting. By God, out for a man with a hat with e

early, that Is all except Aunt Jenifer, Rance, I've got a notion and a good hole in it, or a man without an} LESSON TEXT-John 11:32.35 3844.
who stole out under a large oak tree and notion-". hat at ,jaIl, or a man with a brand GOLDEN TEXT "I am resurrection, WNU Features.CLASSIFIED.
Waldron help a strange I and the We. -John 11:25.
watched Rance
"You'd better keep your mouth new hat.' Now climb on. your pony .
lurching man out of the house. -
shut, Tom, old man, before you talk and let's travel.
Now continue with the story. Suffering, sorrow and bereave-
yourself into more trouble, than you ment are common. in our day that
And at the ranch house, while Cal.
can ever crawl out of. .
this lesson is peculiarly appropriate.Life ,i iDEPA"RTMENT
CHAPTER XII There spoke Rance Waldron, and Roundtree and Cole Cody Waldron were giving and even to the Christian, finds its .

his voice was arrogant, contemptuous their attention to full measure of things which hurt
Jenifer went straight to Col sure of Tom Gough, Aunt Jenifer was busying mustI I
Aunt revealing a man very fashion., SheI I and grieve. Many ask: "Why
hammered herself in her own
outside door and himself. GOAT RAISERS
Cody's I, a follower of Christ, bear such
at it hard with her knuckles. He was' "Get it into your head, Rance, scurried post-haste to her own room burdens?" -
but came awake instantly, have changed plenty! closed the door and was going to I GOAT RAISERS: Are your animals "milk-
asleep that things The is that while the be-
discovered there answer ip L for all they're worth"? Do they main--,
and called out, You had me down good and plenty, lock it when she liever is not "of the world," he is tam high production for months after comIng -
wanted?" was no key in the lock. She hurriedto fresh The Purina plan of breeding.
"Who's there? What's didn't ? You could have wag- he must
you The dooi "in the world, and here management, feeding and sanitation can
"It's me, Jenifer Edwards. Dres; gled your finger and"sent me to the Ann's closed room but adjoining.unlocked; no key meet the problems of life, includingthe apacities.elp your Write goats for milk FREE up to 32-page their Goat full
quick and come out here. Bring pen, couldn't you? He laughed evils to which the flesh is heir look and full day's feed for a goat.
your gun, too." chucklingly. "Not any more, kid! there either. because of sin. The fact that Jesusis iept. 1411 PURINA MILLS, St. Louis. Mo.

"Well?" he demanded when he I've thought it over from all an- But she thought, that Waldron our Friend and our Saviour does

stepped out close to Aunt Jeni gles, Rance. You won't do any man's door is locked. He's got a not exempt us from human sorrow, MISCELLANEOUSCOFFEE

fer's shadowy form. squealing on me because at,the end key. There ought to be others some- but it does assure us of the needed _

"I don't know," she said calmly; you've let your foot slip; you'd be where. So, carrying her lamp, she grace to bear the trial and makesus Tastes, smells DRINKERS looks like coffee: TRY-healthful THIS

if eagerly. "I don't trust that Ranc< squealing on yourself the same as went prowling She through looked at the all house locksen ,, ready to trust Him even in life'sdarkest and HARRIS.inexpensive.Box Sample 426. Los lOc.Angeles Formula Calif.$1.ED .
Waldron; he's got a mean eye. Al hour.Lazarus .
all drawers
day long he has kept his door locked, passant, she opened the friend of Jesus, was
in tables and dressers, she ran her FEED
and all day I've known that he had shelves. She sick. The home in which Jesus had

somebody he's been hiding. I've fingers( along cupboard \ it found rest and fellowship was in FARMERS CATTLEMEN DAIRYMEN
closet opened
been watching, figuring with all this; came to a closed deep trouble. Jesus was no longer in row kudzu. Produces up to 4 tons or more
to inside, and, of all places, per acre of choicest feed every yr., no crop
secrecy he'd be anxious to get peer the Judea. In haste, word was sent to allures. 1 planting lasts lifetime. No pest

friend out of the house when he was found a key in the lock within Him of His friend's illness. But He asily legume eradicated.,rebuilds No poor cultivation land, stops after washes.1st yr.A .
sure everybody was in bed. Just did not come. Qualifies for Gov. soil conservation pay-
sneakedout -i She tried it in her own lock; it dents.Write for facts pr.on 2-3 yr.crowns
now he and another man I1 Notice that His failure to respondat The Kudzu Farms, Box A, Barnesvllle, Ga.
and went to their horses thai fitted and she shot the bolt home. once to the message of'Lazarus'

were saddled and hidden in a willow She locked herself in and went to sisters did not mean that He had REMEDY

thicket." Ann's door, the farther one opening deserted them (John 11:4-6). Nor

"What about it?" demanded Cody;, upon the corridor. It fitted there, did it mean that He had denied them few Scientific Discovery. Removes corns,

about as amiable as most men rude too.; Another hmf! It seemed as His help (v. 7). abuses, has;never bunions failed., permanently.Costs 50c.4 yearsId Don't

ly awakened from a deep sleep aL though all the locks in the house Above all note that He came. He end stamps. Testimonials by request. The
trifle. "What : were the same. And right then the fright System, Box 520, Des Moines, Iowa.
for the sake of a mere always does. Jesus has never failed

affair is it of .mine? Or of yours,, inspiration and- the temptation child of His. The time and the
e assailed her to try her, key on still any
either? manner of His answer to our prayers Hope and RegretDo
"Part of it is this: Rance Wal i another door. If it worked on these may not conform to our opinion of not anxiously hope for whats

dron has had this man hid in the i locks, why not on Rance Waldron's? what should have been done; but not yet come; do not vainly

house behind a locked door all day; She scurried to that door through let us remember that we know onlyin egret what is already past.-Chi-

that's a mystery, young man, and I which Waldron had passed so many part.He knows all.LetustrustHim.The lese Maxim.

don't like mysteries. Then it's shady, times, always locking it behind him. steps from sorrow to victorious -

their sneaking out of the house this And the key fitted the lock, and joy in this story are three in

time of night, speaking in whispers.And the door opened! She was thrilled .number. FOR BETTER GROOMED HAIRMOROLDNE

someone 'shot Early Bill a few with a sense of adventure and was. I. ,Death and Tears (w. '32-25).

,days ago; ,and in case there was 71 also just' a mite frightened. By the time Jesus came, Lazaruswas

no will, Rance Waldron would have She entered a bedroom that was dead and his family and friends [2541 ; '" I :, Qilt. h.'I 25

inherited ranch, cash, and every- ji considerable disorder. She could only weep as they said: "If

thing. Another thing the stage was glanced; at the bed itself with its thou hadst been hereTry as we

held up yesterday by someone who covers dragging on the floor; then may to temper its cruel blow, the .

knew that Bucktooth Jenkins in cashto was around the,room until her eyes cameo fact remains that death is the enemyof Beware Coughs :

bringing ten thousand dollars : a full stop at a table on which: man. It came into the world as
Early Bill Cole.robbers And and you thoughtyou fired a there were some papers and a coupleof the_ result. of. sin. (.Rom. 5:12), and from common colds
few shots penciled account books. She only in Christ is it swallowed up

hit one of them. And the that man he I flipped over pages: Cattle boughtand in victory" (I Cor. 15:54). Until That Hang On !
with Waldron limped so r sold; numbers in the various the glorious day of Christ's return-

could hardly walk. Is that"an ear- herds, cost and sales prices; that ing, when the redemption of the Creomulsion relieves promptly be-

ful, or just child's chatter? -- \\' sort of thing for the most part. body will be complete (Rom. 8:23), cause it goes right to the seat of the
'V 4'l loosen and expel
asked trouble to help
did they ride? ri
way death will continue to bring sorrowto
Among the scattered papers was a germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
Cody, grown brisk now. Jenkins.It the heart and tears to the eyes. tender inflamed
He saw Rance Waldron clearly in new letter signed by Andy soothe and heal raw, -
"Straight north, along. the creek on bronchial mucous mem-
said fail to notice thatas
the candle light.on : But let us not ,
to sell
branes.Tell druggist you
side. your
down to the ranch "Deer Bill, I done my job all the friends of Jesus, we do not a bottle of Creomulsion with the un- I
He Round- me. What I've did you paid me right, better than you speckalatedwhat sorrow alone. "Jesus wept" (v. 35) derstanding you must like the way it '
buildings for a word with for. The other job, with me getting I mean is .I got the whole ten with Martha and Mary. We know quickly allays the cough or you are c

tree, and a horse. shot up, you and me did together. thousand and am bringing it with that He weeps with us in our trying to have your money back. :

Cal, wakened and apprised of the And I can prove it!" me only I am staying a day with hour. He is the "friend that stick- CREOMULSIONfor

situation, was out of the door still There was a breathless stillness my relations and will ketch the eth closer than a brother." Bronchitis
overalls and drawinghis : ,
his .
about his lean middle. Cole there in the cabin. Then Rance stage next day. n. Faith and Hope (vv. 38-40).
Waldron spoke again, and there wasa
Cody was ahead of him at the stable in his tone. All Yours truly, "If thou wouldest believe, thou
marked change "
saddled swiftly and took Andy Jenkins. shouldest see the glory of.God, 1h .n,
1 ; they the challenge, and threat, all the s
the trail Aunt Jenifer had specified, masterfulness and contempt had "So that's it," Aunt Jenifer mum- said Jesus to Martha. She must'

north along the creek. out of it. bled to herself. "That Waldron devil look beyond the evident fact of the

"If they want to hide they can gone and him deadness of her brother and seeGod's a 0 Brus"Ap
"You are right, Tom. We have found this letter got resurrection.Thus "Cap For,
themselves hard to find in in glory in his makes"OIACKlEAF 40"
make and and the he's been hiding
into this thing together man JUST A
gone that those \vhabelieve' NUCH fA0.TNE0.IRRITATIONS
faith us
this country, said Cal Roundtree. we had better see it through together. here all day. No wonder he wantedto assures DASH IN FEATHERS.:
know the most likely place to ". in Christ have more
I And I'll even grant you that get rid of us.
look for them, since they must have hold the tell-tale letterin the comfort of His sympathizing
I no longer have any on you; She crumpled
have hope
thought that no one had seen their if are big enough fool for it, her hand and hurried into the presence-they a I
getaway,.and so no one would be fol- you flat and and tried the door lead- (read I Thess. 4:14-18). OF '
can leave me go your other room
you becloudour

lowing under them a so roof soon.tonight Likely, anyhow they'llget own way for the rest of your life. ing fitted.to the She outside closed; the again door the again key Sorrow faith and and unbelief thus rob would us of our S K D N EXTERNAL CAUSEacne :i

That sort of talk, straight from Martha needed to have her blackheads), and
tomorrow (
and maybe poke on stock of this second hope. pimples, bumps
the shoulder, evidently threw Tom and began taking faith stimulated by the gracious ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve i
night. There home treatment.: '
contents. was a
room's miseries with simple
As they rode, Cole Cody told Cal Gough off his balance. the floor a had evidently words of the Lord; and then Goes to work at once. Direct action aids I
in detail Aunt Jenifer's information, "I'm with you, Rance," he said, splotch on ; rug she triumphantly put her hope in healing by killing germs it touches.Use r
been drawn to cover it, then Black and White Ointment only as directed. -
her suspicions and surmises. I and all the belligerent menace had turned over by a careless Him, the Christ of God. Once we .lOc,25c 60c sizes.25 years success.
melted out of his tone. its edge God have guarantee. S3T Vital In
recognize Him as we no Money-back
led the the -
Cal way, foot as the two men departed. And cleansing Is good soap. Daily enjoy
not matter to him; moreover, Cal Roundtree had shoved Cody that spot looked to Aunt Jenifer likea hesitation in believing in His.mirac- famous ,Black and White Skin Soap.

his horse soon discovered where he out of his way and was peering in blood smear. So she leaped to ulous power.

was going and thereafter needed no through the open slit between the the same conclusion that had offered III. Christ and Resurrection (vv. VNU-7 8-43 i

touch on the reins. They kept closeto two logs. He saw Rance Waldron itself to Cody and Roundtree.On 41-44). ii I

the creek for a mile, and though clearly in the candlelight, saw him the next step she was already Majestic ,and authoritative are the I I

they rode swiftly they heard no go to the door and pass through and decided. She would unlock the out- words of Christ, "I am the resur- I
ahead. Then Cal close the door behnd him. And life" 25). He it
sound of hoofbeats leave it unlocked, rection and the (v.
side door again,
swung to the right where a small clearly he saw Tom Gough, a man but closed, make her retreat through was who gave life, for was He not

tributary brook came tumbling of low, squat stature with a thick Waldron's room, slip out of his door "in the beginning with God"? And

down, and presently they passed thatCh of black hair and of a week'sblack that led into the corridor, lock that is it not said of Him, that "all things And Your Strength and

into the mouth of a steep-walled bristly growth whiskers; door and carry her key off with were made by him" (John 1:2, 3)? Energy Is Below ParIt

ravine. It. was about a half hour with a brutish, flat face and a pairof Then when he came home and Paul tells us that "by him all thingsconsist" may be caused by disorder of ki her.
after entering the ravine that Cal brilliant, close-set black stock eyes.of And found his outer door unlocked he (Col. 1:17). He is the only ney waste unction to accumulate.that permits For truly poisonous many 1
called softly his he took particular Tom "I down tired, weak and miserable 1
Roundtree over have something to think one who could say: lay people eel i
hat. It was brand new. Old when the kidneys fail to remove excess
shoulder, Gough's boots-and about; when he missed the Jenkins- my life I have power to layit acids and other waste matter from the
ragged a brand I
"We've run 'em down, pardner. clothes, letter which he had been too great a down, and I have power to take it blood. backache; I
There's a log cabin up there at the new hat.Rance. fool to destroy or hide, he'd have up again" (John 10:17, 18). rheumatic You may pains, headaches nagging dizziness
head of the canyon where an old Waldron went on his way matter for thought. So it can rightly be said that if retting up nights, leg pains, swelling.Sometimes .
still more and scanty
prospector used to hang out; no- to his horse tethered near by, then done all she could we have Christ we have everythingboth with smarting frequent and burning is another
had I
body's been in it for three-four year, down trail returning along the way I Well, she in this world and in the worldto sign that something is wrong with '
had and had better scamper for the kidneys or bladder.
he come. now
but there's a light'there now. come. But if we do not have There should be no doubt that prompt
They rode slowly, keeping their "That man in there, that Tom her own quarters.So have nothing; we are treatment is wiser than neglect. Use I IDoan'J
she had Christ, we Pills. It is better to rely on a ;
the sidesof Gough," said Cal, "is the man that she did as planned, "He
horses in the dfeep grass at without God and without hope. medicine that has won countrywide approval I
the trail so that all hoofbeatswere shot old Early Bill. He was -made unlocked the outer door, removedthe that believeth in me, though he were than on something leas(favorably test- '\
turned to retrace known.Doan't have been tried
muffled. Thus they drew with- to do it by Rance Waldron. That's key and dead, yet shall he live" (v. 25) is ed many years. Are at all drug stores.

in a hundred yards of the log cabin. something I'm pretty certain of. steps through Ranee Waldron's door. the promise of Christ to us. Let us Get Doan't today.t .

There Cal Roundtree gave a signalto And the two of them are the stage And then she stiffened and almost believe it.

stop, and both dismounted. They robbers; that's something else I'd dropped her lamp. Distinctly she The resurrection power of Christis D

led their horses a score of paces into bet my boots on." heard rapidly oncoming footstep at work in the world today raisingthe

the thick timber fringing the creek, "You sound like you knew what outside. spiritually dead to newness of i

and removed their spurs to hang you're talking about.," said Cody.' "I (TO BE CONTINUED). life in Him. ,



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Gems of ThoughtIN

: VICTORY CORPS- mileAwhil

FRIENDSHIP, as in love,

Tomorrow's Defenders of LibertyThe we are more happy from the
things we are ignorant of than
from those we are acquainted
Name for It 1 New Start
with.-La Rochefoucald.It .
nation's high school youth is joining the fight. Boys and "Grace tells me she's taking hot baths Erica-Don't you think I am get
is the
not weight of jewel or plate,
are mobilizing their potential skills through a new"organization regularly to get her weight down ting younger every day? Or the fondle of silk or fur .
girls ;
"Yes, she calls it the scorched ,girth Elsa-Yes, I should not be surprised -
to become a fighting 'Tis the spirit in which the gift is
the High School Victory corps, power "
policy. to see your name in the rich

for the United States. births columns. As the gifts of the Wise Ones were,
Through a comprehensive plan of voluntary organizations promoted That Tickles And we are not told whose gift was

by the federal government, 6,500,000 boys and girls in "He was kicked out of school Hale and Hearty gold, ,-
Recently old southern who
an negro Or whose the gift of myrrh
the 28,000 high schools of the nation ,are building a reserve of for cheating. claimed to be "having symptoms" went -EDMUND VANCE COOK.
and "How did it happen? to see a doctor. The doctor plied him
i(' '; woman-
: : manpower Come live in heart and
his ribs my
Y5'"' "He was caught counting with Questions. Among other rather per
power for the home in a physiology examination." sonal questions, he asked, "And how are pay no rent.-Lover.
W and fighting fronts. your kidneys Uncle George?" Laff every time you pheel

,> High school students To which George replied: "Well, Doc, tickled, and laff once in a while
Matrimony is a partnership with dey is all grown up now, and some ob anyhow-Josh Billings.PENETRO.
s *' may enter any one of one silent partner. 'em is married.Uncle.

,' the six Victory corps I

Y divisions. This is the

; ..p 4 't first war which has t n t t PhzI

brought into use tools

which require highly r Many users say "first use is CGLGS'
gtI1 a revelation." Has a base of COUGHING
technical skills. The 4.'ti'r'rY'jk : old fashioned mutton suet, SNIFFLES'!
Victory Gr dmn.8 favorite.Demand MU SCLe-
corps programis stainless Pcnctro. Generous
emphasizing the There's the Need iar 25t. double supply 35t. ACHES

teaching of these skills We all rush forward to feed a
hungry brother; but how much

time do we spend on devising a
Th system under which he won't get

a hungry?
t r
+Tr ,
{ When love takes window SUFFERERSNEED
V flight from a ,
ggQQi w :: RRpYfRE5j it's usually a dining room window.No .

;" "Ons wise man ever questions a

; F e amount a 's child in public unless .he is sure EXTRA
/ -
/ rely
ban, | of ,the answer.
lly keep their
L ;': -- Boys trained in the anf'>H rrfSS spasu'ag'; Little boys who use bad language Complex VitaminsIntensive

tr.:?: : fundamentals of naviga..ir' 4 one teeth redly dean' playing marbles, grow up and play
s c golf.
tion become technicians
may s Scientific laboratory and clinical -
t--( > in the armed serv- '' It Never Fails studies proved this startling fact..;
: -- proved that additional B Complex Vita-
i :,> ices. Thomas Graham Tell a man there are 99,000,000 mins are used by the body cells in fever-

<: ...):. (above), a member of the stars and he will believe you'. Butif ish illness. With those deficient in these
c VEGETABLE vitamins, the feverish stage of a cold
:l/... I Victory ,corps at Poly 34 a sign says "Fresh Paint, he demands an extra supply. If you're suf-

.;} .; technic high school in Los Angeles :.. Laxative has to make a personal investigation. fering with the fever of a cold,perhaps
;;. f -iii-- r your limited diet does not supply enough
i;': is learning to use a sex ,.., vitamins I Don't risk a deficiency.Start
For We don't go to our doctor wholly to taking GROVE'S B Complex Vitamins
>.'(,' tant to determine longitude uy ITeM f, lll! Sour Stomach be cured. We go,to him to be cheeredup. immediately.Unit for unit,you can't get
tit; i
when they're distributed by makers of famous
I' If can't make of
\.. .: teur strategist in Benjamin 1 i caused by Con- you light your Bromo Quinine Cold Tablets. And you
:'j Franklin school, New York. fW 1:1: I stipation. Use troubles, just keep them dark. get the wonderful benefits of these amaz-
t :\\'tiit,: I Big words in a man's conversa- ing vitamins at a sensationally low price:
Only 29i for the regular size.Only$1.00
1 dosescfor
if, 15 tion adorn it, if he uses them for the large size-over a month's sup-
, only 10 cents. deftly.; ply. For such a small cost, you can't
afford to risk deficiency. If you reach
the feverish stage of a cold,start taking:
GROVE'S B Complex Vitamins 1
a Vocal Cords Heft Legs
/ / 1 II ,

To Weather 'Covered'
. : All Things Not Good

:";;c, .' The Lloyds of London, famousfor Temperance is abstinence from

>,-.\ underwriting policies insuringthe things that are not good.
MUSCULARRHEUMATIC legs of dancers, the vocal
chords of singers, the heft of circus -'

. ,.: .' fat ladies, etc., ,have also insured
PAINSoreness weather. One Hollywoodfilm
7:;f and StiffnessYou production insured itself
need to rub on a powerfully against all kinds of weather except -
,l' :.." soothing "COUNTER-IRRITANT" like snow for a "shot" in the
, .'.," Musterole to quickly relieve neuritis,
';:",:'": rheumatic aches and pains. Better mountains where snow wss vital. ii I
thanan old-fashioned mustard plaster Theater managers in England
x,.t.tA to help breakup painful local congestion! insure the royal family against

{ death because this event closes

the theaters during a period of .
\" national mourning.One I I
I -..
.AJ''<.' 'ir y/M Si
f thing a soldier is afraid of,
:; is a display of emotion. That's
I 'I why,his slang so often sounds de

rogatory. For example, he refersto
Tearing apart and rebuilding a plane is fine training for Victory the silver eagles on his colonel's

corps members of aeronautics class, Washington high school, Los Angeles, shoulder straps as "buzzards." For Vitamin A & D Dietary Deficiency
But when he speaks of his favorite
t I cigarette, he says: "Camels." WANT TO HELP build stamina
and resistance: to colds? Then try
For relief from the torture of simple They're first with men in the Emulsioncontaining
Piles,PAZO ointment has been famous Army as well -as with Sailors, Ma- good-tasting -
To conserve and the natural A and D vie
*? preserve for more than thirty years. Here's why:
PAZO ointment soothes inflamedareas rines, and Coast Guardsmen. (According
d ; z Pik s First. tamins. Look for the world-known
V ;: victory high ,relieves pain and Itching. Second. to actual sales records in trademark. druggists.EMULSION .'
PAZO ointment lubricates hardened ,
: school Victory corps girls dried parts-helps prevent cracking and service men's stores.) A gift-of a
r. of Silver Spring, Md.t' soreness. Third.PAZO ointment tendsto carton of Camels is always well
reduce swelling and check bleeding. t
(left) are taught the new Fourth, it's easy to use. PAZO oint received. Local tobacco dealersare
ment's perforated Pile Pipe makes application featuring Camel cartons to
est canning methods. Be- sImple. thorough. Your doctor
send to member of our armed
con tell you about PAZO ointment. any
low: Members of the airplane forces. Hint for the day: Send

f, engine class of "him" a carton of Camels.-Adv.

,Polytechnic high school,

% r Los Angeles, learn the

construction of planes, to

prepare themselves '
< Sr
1 build or fly airplanes in ITS CAMELS FOR

i! the future. ARMY BOMBER j ME-THEYVE GOT


I : ]; : ..iwi.X they say:
; \\

, dropping the bombs



r y } 5 "PIECE: OF CAKE"k} yr.Yfor :
x c Y
an easy job"CAMEL" p ::

+r .
i r : :
Y u P for the Army man's favorite :,.f S


: : .


; '4 4tt With men in the Army, Navy you BET! C
Marines, and Coast Guard, the favorite -
cigarette is Camel. (Based 4 THEY'RE PLENTY ron
actual sales records in Post

Exchanges and Canteens.) MILDAND ... .
o ds

WITH FLAVOR"y' '$ ''

,; GAMEl.


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... ___
FACE POUR 1 I aId a fair-haired, young high,
1 as

.........._ "r'-.... _...._....................._- .v..1'.I'.v..p. l .......'"..!.."........'...1 bowl," but our market-basket and school boy,, it seems incredible thatall '! :-
The Clewiston News ... rubber: reserve as well. these things have happened to

him in this short time.

Clewiston, TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY =; :..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:.. Three ships have been sunk beneath >
Published every Friday in NEWS, him, and he has escaped un- f
Florida, by the
inc. __ i r i iX \ scratched. The last of these was t'I
the Hornet. Donald has been studying ,- ,
With. .
KEATHI.EY BOAVDEX, Editor X : I photography in the Navy and .f'

has been most successful with his f.
class mail matter c work. He has been for nearly a :

February Clewiston Entered as 1,Florida 1927 second, at, under the Post the Office Act of in : d +% By RUSSELL KAY .J.** i Our Boys year tail gunner flying in and a torpedo photographer.'bomber He-as ,

March 3, 1897. Association J
s:: Secretary Florida.. Press ,!. takes those photographs and 'news 1

Subscription- Rate 52.00 I'cr Year. .1st".....;....;...;.._;.................,._..._._..u.u..u..u..........-.-.-...--..--.._--.._--.._............!...!..!..!_!...!.'.:!rg-h..;!..!..!..!-.nice".:.i.:..::;..:..:here..:..:..:..:most..:..:.'I.%*of.I..!*%the..>,'\I ii in the reel see in pictures magazine for illustrations the Navy that and you.in .., ',-i;i I f'he
AdiertlMlng Ilntes On Application. I don't travel any more than 11 was the theaters. When things get brisk j i'

have to nowadays, but occasionally time.I \ i JI ffIrr( \ mans a machine gun. A single -
think the coach I drew was the ,
trip and my i
and wel am forced to take a Service issue of Life recently carried three
fare Devoted of Clewiston to the advancement and Henctry County. choice of transportation lies betweenthe I one they used his to carry first inaugural-Lincoln to I ; of his pictures and he took the only !,.. ;
Washington for
bus and the train. pictures taken from the air of the

Last week I went to Clewiston to anyhow, it was older than any rail- . . _. .. disabled Hornet and the attackersof
get a first hand picture of the damage way car has a right to be. But it M..I...11..11..N.N..1..N.H.N.N.N.N....N.N'....N.N.N.N.N.N.N...'., \ the Enterprise. i iI
A1FLORIIWPRESSr1SSOCRl10N E.f ER the recent cold spell and had wheels on it, and brother that'simportant
done by \ On the day the Hornet sank Donald -
the annual President's Din nowadays. Most exciting news of the week I (
NAnONALfDITORlAl.\SSOClAIlOO. to attend arrive in Clew had a feeling it was his day to
United States Sugar Corporation Although due to \ concerns Donald Miller, young nep-'I
19041 ner of the "go in the drink" as the men express }
iston at 9 A. M., that hour found us
in the neighborhood hew of Dean King, Arthur King and it, so he left his valued little !

I II II I I There is little of in what the one train might trip 'puffing of and Haines panting City, less than halfway I Mrs. Clarence Benbow, who lived \personal trinkets usually carried in

term "pleasure" and worked in Clewiston for a year his pockets, on the Hornet so they
In the meantime
. . ............... . to Clewiston. The com- I to our destination. I
".NN.. ...................N1N.N.NNN.. .M.NM MN. .NN. from Tampa we had accumulated a car full and a half when just out of high would be safe. Instead the Hornet
that used to ope- '
I fortable soldiers their way to the air I school, leaving here two and a half was sunk. All the planes that called
of on I
from here.are now busy on more l
rate to enlist in the Navy. He the Hornet "home" were ordered to
ago I
RAMBLINGS important duties and one must takea base at Sebring.At I I j
Lake Wales a caterer boardedthe I sailed on his first sea duty Janu- (land on the Enterprise as long as
and changeto
train to II
By B. B. local local there. To make: it train and passed out a mystei'i-I ary 1941 from San Diego, and is there was room. Some of them land-
another termed now enjoying his first leave at home. ed, but the Enterprise had a fire on ,
. . .. scheduled to ous liquid he
NN, :N:NOnce : "fun" are I
fN:N:..MGM..!..MNNNM NM NNM NNw more leave at 2:45 you A. M., which is several "coffee," in paper cups, at- 15c a To those of us who remember_ : Don- (Continued on Page 8)

in before breakfast, even with gulp. In our condition we would
you get Clewiston muck hours I have nail a quarter for it, just to ,NNNNNN, , :..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:.:..:..:..':N:ti N:N:N:-:N:N N..:N:..:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N N N M:N:N:..N
Florida -
it's worse than war time. **
your shoes the steam, but it impressed me' :
sand. Just any spot in Florida will On this particular occasion Mam- for a state that :;:
satisfy you if you've ever ma Nature had to have her little I as lousy advertising Clewiston Residents t I
no longer takes pride in its old fashioned I:=:
for a temperature
called Clewiston home. Try it and joke so she arranged .!. .
easier still, ask Harry of right around freezing the "Southern Hospitality. :t; ... 'i
see. \ that :: LAND AVAILABLE
occurred to me i
leave. The thought .
Byers. It's good to see his smiling morning was to .. .:.
inevitable bouttoniere .it By the time I arrived at the depotit if the Scenic Highlanders, who want :
' face and Inn desk again. After was as cold as a Polar bear's nose, to advance the walfare of their sec- :;:

the Clewiston in Jacksonville's finest hotels and as the southbound connecting tion, would arrange to have a couple s; VICTORY GARDENS I
fling ::
held that train and =;
Clewiston and the Inn looked train was late my train was up I of hostesses meet :
nothing service man with a .s. ..
delighted additional hour and if each
he present
like home to him and was an ::: .twIt
Confidentially, he i else happened would leave about 3:45 FREE cup of orange or grapefruit
to return. it would :i: has always been our policy to encourage :_f't
opinion, that A. M., which is an ungodly hour,, juice, what a swell taste .
shares our .. !"
when all the nice warm leave in their mouths, and it wouldn'tcost ;
ville the coldest is the in hottest the winter,in the, JaCkson-I taverns especially close tighter than a dowager's much either..-A little "we l-I;:i:. Home Gardens. We stress that policynow. :.f.t"

April, the wettest in the rainy I girdle at midnight. come" card descriptive of the Scenic ; '=
iest in
and just about the most disagreeable I had never given, much thought Highlanders could accompany the I.: We will give written permission 3

season climate we ever saw. Or before to what people do, who haveto I offering, and the boys would have ; .> _

perhaps it's just Clewiston weather wait for a train to get ready to I something to "write home about." 'I:; for the use of sufficient land to provide a :=:

that spoiled us both. commence to go some place. I The 'glades took: it on the chin :s y

bought a newspaper and .a magazineand from the cold last week which just .:= victory garden for each home in Clewiston. ?;
books of the tried to read, but it's a hopeless about wiped out the tender vege- : *
most popular .
The non-fiction, endeavor with the kind of lightingthe tables and did plenty of damage to ,
and ::
month among fiction Rent Free
the seed catalogs and the can average station provides. I i the new cane. But those folk's have :: |

are booklets. The people are at Got in conversation with a soldier I I the kind of chins that just naturally :;

ning last taking the food situation to who was goading himself with nasty I I won't stay down, and before I left ..; Make written application for area most, :.f..

heart, and many's the little victory memories of how gullible he had they -,were busy replanting. :: .:(

garden springing where only flowers been to fall for those Florida pic-1 I The whole area is booming. Labor : convenient, for you. ::If

sprung before. But the housewivesare tures in the rotogravure sections I shortage is the greatest prob- X i

trying to go a step further and showing glorious girls in ,sunsuits;\lem of both the independent grower : I
muchof beneath the palms in I II corporation. There is requested that all who have %.
putting into little glass jars as and the sugar It persons, ,. ,. ,_.. _
that little, garden as possible I I "Sunny Florida"-"I'm, from Nebraska -I has been plenty of 'absenteeism to : ] VJ

Then you add-up your points and divide ," he says, "but cross my little contend with, and the 'government'spolicy given verbal 'permission to use land for :_i: '

them among the customary red heart, Mister, I ain't never I of coddling labor with a didy : /

canned produce that you bouglit t been so damned cold in my life as I in one hand and nursing bottle in garden make written application. ::

this time last year, it makes you am right now." ; the other, while it tells industry : :

wonder what is going to fill up that While it was pleasant to have a ) "Shhhhhhhush, the baby's asleep". y

vacant spot. That's where the Vic- fellow sufferer, my state loyalty,hasn't helped any.' Clewiston Realty '.and' |
tory garden and the canning comesin. I made me advance a feeble defense I The Everglades can be made to ,

with the explanation that these produce unlimited supplies of food

And if you do not have space fora spells were "unusual" and it really I and fiber if Washington could just, |:I_

Victory garden, W. C. Owen prom-I I be made to realize ,the fact and would! orp.i.

ises that the Clewiston, Realty and give us the green light. Not only, .: ;

Development Corporation is ready to I ton is "going to.. town," and a't an can they become the nation's "sugar. i! ,.:..:..: . . . .
allot you such-a space and give you',6 expense of only. $56 has established .
written permission to use it for a what state school officials

garden. a patriotic propo- one of the most adequate and effective I -

sition, and shod leave no one the I programs of any small school THE OLD, JUDGE SAYS. .
excuse of not having a Victory gar community in Florida. ", ; -

den. The Miami Herald is runninga Naturally there were problems. ; ---i-iyy _, -
series of short- articles on Victory There was no hope for a full-time : -

Gardens, which give you a good idea physical .education instructor in a I I ;

of what to plant in South Floridaat school with an enrollment of only I

this season of the year. It recom-, 350. The school lacked equipment(I

mends quite ,high pigeon peas and \ of any sort. Here the County

though we know many varieties. of 'School Board pitched in, authorizingthe

peas we do not know pigeon peas, purchase of necessary equipment

but hope to find out more about costing $56, and the regular faculty

them soon. Also .recommended for made up for the lack of an instructor. f.

the present planting are tomato I The program affects every student

plants, egg plants collards, cow- in the school, from the first grade to I A

peas, sweet potatoes, turnip greens, a senior in high school. Activities
mustard. The article points out: are planned, according to age groups I .

that collards are about the only I I'but military drill is one activity- required ,

green leafy vegetable that wilt grow I of all. Oddly enough, school

during the summer and says "you authorities: point out that the young-

probably don't like collards, but you :sters appear-more interested in mili-

may before the summer is over." We tary, training than older pupils. "
probably will. .. Calisthenics also form a major '

portion of the program, with senior I .-
.. '. .
This winter has been such a mild high school pupils being required to 1- '' -' ,
keep an accurate chart on their pro. I 1I -:,
one that all childhood's diseases I-" '. I ', '';" .,,
According to school of r '
and grams. "
have run rampant over the town ; -
I ficials, this increased'the competitive ; ::,.
and chick- )
school. Measles, mumps,
,. .
I 1,.
spirit and adds greatly to the I
anda .
en-pox; in addition to the colds 1 \-,.
light sprinkling of flu. The measles -,general enthusiasm.R. .

are safely behind our family. I ,V. Turk, Principal, discussingthe ;: '.\ jd
in the current issue of
Since Christmas mumps have, become program :
history, too...and this week it came I I the Florida Education Association's ';
our turn with chicken-pox. That Journal, writes: "How much good :'

ornery streak the youngster had last our program is really doing we can't \ -
week broke out in chicken-pox Sun- say. However, all boys are, toughening .'"' "f'r '

day night-it's first appearance in up, the thin are gaining, weight .. ;;,' :;...'j,
the family. We're trying hard to and the fat are losing. The numberof I J,.
'" '_ I
: _
keep it tucked in one corner of one colds has decreased so far this -- Ceiling Prices')
bed-room and hoping the germs will I year over the last two years and "Quite a stack of newspapers I left you 'Bootleggers must post Truck':
:I 1 from parents' reports the participantsare Aren't goin' in the news'Federal Agents seizeTrick'Liquor
all ,stay right there. But with 'so yesterday, Judge. .
that prohibition .
many cases popping all around, the eating them out of house and paper business, are you?" Doesn't that go to prove, Joe, ; .'

rest of us haven't much hope. home." "No, I just enjoy reading different does not prohibit?
I The Clewiston school, of course, is nephew George sends them "I watched,conditions pretty carefully
so my
CLEWISTON'S FINE EXAMPLE i only one of many in the state that 40 me whenever he takes a business trip during-our 13 years of prohibition in this :.
have adopted special physical fitness The only thing I could see we got -
-' -- I got a big kick out of some he sent me country. :
Citizens and school patrons of programs. Other schools undoubtedly teveral counties where they still have out of it was bootleg liquor instead of letd "
Clewiston, not unlike those In other can provide equally encouraging tohtbltkm. Particularly from come Uquor..pIus the worst crime and corrupt
attention reports, but we cite the experiencesin ( hear ,.
Florida communities, paid little 'iasa that read'Drunk Driving ArresU Rbrt ttoa this country has ever known. : "
to physical fitness of pupils Clewiston as proof that the lack* ;l

at' the- beginning of the current of funds need be no handicap to a ; --- ---
school term. That was before the I program that is fundamental to ;; c.t-raa q/Alal t dwnp l wh tats
and ,"
War ,Department made its ter living preparedness in -

mendations, of course Now rec9m-1 time of strife.-Tampa I Tribune. 1 .-






..! and Mrs. Bing returned to her home,! ]L. McLendon, Mrs. R. C. Howling, I j years and under they may leave! assisting in plans for the registration -

for the duration. Their home in Mrs. G. E. Crow, Mrs. Glen Ether- them in the nursery class and bed( < and checking on price controls,
Clewiston, which they recently i ton, Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs. Durrenceand free to enjoy the class in which they) J regulations of the OPA. '

PersonalsJohn J bought, was purchased by Lou Mrs. Hare. themselves belong. Bring these ba-'

4 (i Mrs. W.' C. Owen was hostess to bies.PRAYER SERVICE-This regular Try a want ad in the News and:

f j Mr. and Mrs. Harold O. Rogers the members of her bridge club at weekly service of our church will immediately you will get results-others have..

.'' of Atlanta spent several days in her home Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. I follow the teachers meeting -
Elmore was a business visi I Clewiston at the Inn this week, Mrs. R. C. Wilson won first prize and Let us make this a great night
'.,' tor in Miami Wednesday.Mrs. I Rogers taking a trip through Florida Mrs. Clarence Nielsen. Fruit salad,'in the week at our church.IN I FOR SALE-Best roll-away bed ob

n ,- ., with her husband, and enjoying a crackers and coffee were served to APPRECIATION. We tainable. Innerspring mattress
C. W. McDonald of BelleS Mrs. Bestor, Mrs. R. .Y. Patterson are deep-I coil springs. Excellent condition
: short vacation from her duties as H. -, ly indebted to Mrs. J. F. Vagts of
-- Glade was a visitor in Clewiston yes like new. $22.50. Mrs. E. H. Wai-
supervisor of a Red Cross Surgical Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. F.' E. Conk-!Gainesville for the work which she
.1' terday. | Dressing Room in A Atlanta. Mrs. ling, Mrs N. V. S. Mum ord, Mrs. Chas] accomplished among us this ston. \
--- : Cross F. Deane Duff, Mrs Nielsen and - - - -
local -
Rogers visited the Red week. She has -- - - - ---------------------------- -- -
Owen Winn United States Marine i i opened our eyes to --
Surgical Dressing Room Tuesday Mis. J. E. Beardsley. 'pan enlarged vision of Sunday School
arrived in Clewiston Wed-
nesday to spend a short leave with evening.Mr. I' work and provided us with plans We pay cash for used

... .. his mother Mrs. A. H. King. I I I and Mrs.-A. Toulis have as John CO3DDIUNITY N. 3Ioiitgoniei'y CHURCH, Minister ',!'which to accomplish you Mrs. Vagts.this great task.'Thanksto cars. Phone, wire, or-

their guest for an extended ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fuller have a-s
t Mrs. Toulis' mother, Mrs. F. Car- 0:45-Church School.1l:0llorning RED CROSS "'OIUiEfi'ISITS write Oldsmobile Serv-
their for few weeks their
guest a : ,
dullo and son, Tom Tomwel of Boston Worship. Subject -I I
daughter, Mrs. Frank Veltre, of Mass. Mrs. Cardullo has been "The ,Meaning of a Man's
ice 1038
!, Mrs. Grace Bay Street Ft.
Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Wise, Executive Secretary ,
I seriously ill but is much improvedand
| : of the Red Cross Chapter of''II
expects to remain in Clewistonfor 6:30-Junior Christian Endeavor.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bolton Jerry I West Palm Beach, visited Clewiston Myers, Florida. 2t..
a long visit with her daughter. 7:30-Evening Worship. Subject, I
Bolton Mrs. Charles DoIlon- and Mrs. Friday, bringing a visitor, Mr. Brown
Another daughter, Mrs. B. D. Hudson Four Freedoms. "Freedom of I ,
: Joe M. Hall were visitors in Miami |.lof the British Air Ministry of Washington -
and of Lake Wales Speech. _
, ,sons came
D. C. The two
Tuesday. I guests were
( ... down to spend this week with the The Community Church welcomesall j! shown
__ I I through the sugar mill and
: Toulis family. those who have no church homein Florist AgencyFlowers
: ,' Mrs. John Elmore was called to!I I other points of interest in and near -
I, I the ,community to join in thservices e
,' Key West Wednesday by the serious COPILOTS CLUB HAS BINGO and program of the church. Clewiston. delivered here at no .
.. illness of her mother* Mrs. T.. C. AT WEDNESDAY'S MEETING Let us welcome you next Sunday.' I Mrs. Wise was in the uniform of I extra cost. Other towns, any- ;
;: Ellis. I a Red Cross field where in U. S. add
I The regular monthly meeting of l worker. The appearance only cost of

Members of the Co-Pilots Club had,. the trustees will be Monday eveningat of a woman in uniform, telegram, ranging. from 20 to
Mrs. Joe Obermeyer arrived last and particularly ,in a Red Cross uniform : 55 cents.
a social meeting at the Instructors 7:30 in the church. All trustees
week from Miami to join her husband !. I was a reminder '
., Club on the Ridge Wednesday after- should .be present. poignant to'I :MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN
who is an instructor at Riddle Field. .many of the war and the coming Western Union Office
noon. Bingo was played and prizes Ladies' Aid
meets at the Com
I i
Mrs. Obermeyer is employed in the Red Cross war fund drive.
awarded to Mrs. J. C. Ziler, Mrs. munity Building Thursday after Day Phone 82 Night 2791
sugar office building. Sam Schneider, Mrs. H. B. Cushmanand noon, March 4, at 3:00. There will Mrs. Wise and Mr. Brown had I

Mrs. H. D. Brazell. j I be election of officers ,for the new lunch? at the Inn with Mrs. R. Y. Pat C
Mr. and
J. H. Pressley left
terson, chairman of the local Red
Wednesday for their new home in The hostesses, Mrs. A.. R. Brink, year. Hostesses are: ;Mesdames Cross ,
Fort Myers. Their new address is Mrs. H. D. Brazell, Mrs. J. C. Ziler Beardsley, W. C. Prewitt, Knight, and Clewiston residents.Registration, and. several other

638 Edgewood Avenue, East Fort I and Mrs. A. R. Thompson, served Leydig. All ladies are urged to at DRESSMAKING, ALTERING,. II
Myers. sandwiches and tea.
The club decided to hold future Remember Every Member Enroll- For- BUTTONHOLE MAKING
1 I
Mrs. H.' C. Granere and baby son, meetings twice a month on the first ment Sunday, March 14. Our goal: Mrs. Inez

., of Miami, are visiting her sister, Miss and third Wednesdays. The first Every member present to present his I Pope.
; Lois Wednesday in each month will be an pledge of interest, prayers, and (Continued from Page 1)
: Prince and other friends i in Millcrest Near Passenger Depot |/
Clewiston for a few days, while Mr. evening meeting and the third Wednesday support. negroes was conducted at the Harlem ;

-Granere is on a trip to Nashville. an .afternoon meeting., school with Amos Thomas, teacher (next door to Bill Allen's)

-'-- Those attending this week's meet FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of that school, as site, administrator. ,

Mrs G. W. Tyson, Mrs. F. E. ing were Mrs. G. G., Glasglow, Mrs.: H. C. Meador, Pastor ..a.Johnson's .

a Hunziker, Mrs. A. R. Brink, Mrs. J. W. G. Reid, Mrs. J. K. Keine, bins The total number of books issued
C. Ziler, Mrs. H., D. Brazzell, Mrs. W. Keene Langhorne, Mrs. Sam Sunday School-9:45 a. m. Monday to both white and colored

A. R. Thompson and Mrs. W. F., King Schneider, ,Mrs. J. E. Taylor, Mrs. A. Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. residents was 1143, on Tuesday 836, Fish Camp

; were visitors in Miami Thursday. P. Thompson, Mrs. Ken Woodward, Training Union-6:15 p. m. on Wednesday 705 and Thursday (Near.. Hurricane Gate)
Mrs. W. F.. King, Mrs. J. C. Ziler, Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. :427. There were 911 negroes reg Clewiston, Fla.

', Carroll Van, Dyke of Boca Ratone Mrs. F. E.Hunziker, Mrs. A. R. OUR NEW SUNDAY SCHOOL! istered in the first two days. Today Boats and Motors-Guide Service
spent the week-end here visiting his Brink', Mrs. H. B. Cushman and a We have set into operation a nee v I the registration is for those familiesI Rates Reasonable

; ,uncle, C. W. Fuller, and Mrs. Fuller. guest, Mrs. C. R. Martin. departmentalized Sunday School..1 I whose names begin with the ''letters W. H. Johnson, 1\1 f-
-.. Carroll had just completed his course This will enable the teachers to I JX, Y: and Z. As these will be com-- gr.

in. the Army's radio school ,at BocaRatone. CHILDREN ENJOY: PARTY teach better, and will share the bur I paratively few it was also announc
den of the entire school with each in- ed that any who failed to register

< __ Mrs. E. W. Durst entertained the dividual. We ,have enlisted several lon|II the day they were scheduled to

;f.ir '. Maurice Lee of Baltimore spent a members of her Sunday School class new workers in this new programand register could come in today or tomorrow J. M. COUSE :

,:' few days here this week visiting his with a party at her home- -Friday this will help- us to grow into a I but the site administrator
great and an efficient Sunday and the board feel thatthere havei Counselor and Attorney at Law
mothers ,Mrs. ,Zolena: Lee, and )his afternoon. Prizes in the games were .
:" .-;a. .:. aunt, Mrs. Viola Stone. His sister, won by Linda Lee and Gene Mc- School. We have increased the i i been, comparatively few who has'elfaile'd e Hopkins Building :

'- ', ;, \' Mrs. Phillip ,Cannon; of Tampa, spent' Craven. Ice' cream, cookies and number classes. and rearranged tl I to register and that the work Wednesdays and Saturdays i

', a few days here with him 'also, and candy were served by Mrs. Durst to school to get better work done. can be completed tomorrow morning.

, returned to Tampa Wednesday. Jimmy Knight, Billy Nail, Linda THE NURSERY CLASS. If mo I Wesley Hammiter of the Tampa 0:80 to 4:00 -

Lee, Gene McCraven, John Blanton thers have small children three OPA office. ,has been here this week I

Harry Byers, who Bernie Thompson, John Perry andPa'ul "
has been em -- --
:. ployed 'as' desk clerk at the May Bowden.

flower and' George Washington Hotels

in Jacksonville, for several JUNIOR CLASS CARD PARTY I
months returned to Clewiston the
." ... latter part of the week and is again Members of the Junior Class of
:: '. behind the desk at the ClewistonInn. the / Clewiston High School are

f'--i-;''' : sponsoring a benefit card party at Beginning M.a rch .3rd

the Community Center next Thursday -
i r'::'.... -: Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown were evening. Ticketsa'e on sale at

,:. :-, :, hosts Tuesday .evening ,at an oystersupper 50 cents each; both bridge and
at their home. Guests were Michigan will be played.

; the permanent employees of Royal's

,- and included Mrs Gorda Collins, HBIDGg CLUBS
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde: Egley and chi] --- The Following Stores and Offices
dren, Ronald and
Beverly,. Mr: and Mrs. Curtis Thompson was hostess
Mrs. J. L. Sullivan and son, John, to members. of her bridge chip in I
and Dean
Holland.Mr. .
her apartment Tuesday evening.. Mrs. '

and Mrs. R. M. ,Hare, Jr., won first prize, Mrs.ft Will Close At Noon Each
/-' Charles W. Bing le Foy Durrence second prize, and Mrs. .
Tuesday for Blackstone, Virginia A. W. Lawrence 'low. The hostess .
their former .home. ';;;- ,
received served strawberry shortcake withy
r: his call for service in the ., '." ."".. ... '. '
arm coffee to Mrs. Hub Spoonery Mrs. \ "". ':: --. ,',; .
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NOTE: Today's article is ote of more High Time to Create a Bit
Cabinet than 30 conservation ideas In the new
Use for Old Phonograph ; \ BOOK 9, of the series of homemaking Of Respect for the Law "
booklets available to readers.

Made Into Lovely: Reading StandWICKER wicker making chair the; and padded directions cover for for the the Two magistrates were summoned 1.

"Link of Friendship" rug are also in for exceeding the speed } r
(l it is only recently that we have BOOK 9. Just send name and address limit. When they arrived at court
CHAIR WITH r" with 10 cents and a copy will come to \
found really satisfactory answer. magistrates
a other
PADDED COVER by return mall. Address: there were no
TOP OF OLD This smart reading stand with you present, so they decided to try each '
W EA OlV PHONOGRAPHCABINET deep green leatherette top has MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS other. Number one went on the !
OFF good proportions and is made froman Bedford Hills New York bench and the case proceeded."You .
i" ABOVE '' old oak cabinet rubbed down Drawer 10 I are charged with exceed--
DOORS with sandpaper and then waxed.In Enclose 10 cents for Book No. 9. ing the speed limit. Do you plead
Washington, D. C. the next article we will show "
ARMY VS. NAVY how the lid of the old cabinetwas Name............................... guilty"Guilty or not!" guilty? ; 1\

The Selective Service system isn't used. Address ............................. "You will be fined $5." '
advertising it, but there has been The new top of the reading standis They then changed places and
fierce rowing behind the I made of old lumber and the "
some again the plea was "guilty.
the induction standardsof is tacked in place with brass Eloquent Silence "
over cover
"H'm the reponse.HThese
scenes 'rOWETNO was
is of the great
That silence one
the knobs of the
and ARUG to'match
the\army navy. tacks
ARTIFICIAL cases are becoming far too com-
is allowed by
has liberalizedits LEGS box at the arts of conversation
Though the army 1 f LEATHER doors. The old
CUT OFF This is the second one to
is not onlyan
and mental require- small radio and Cicero, who says,
houses a
physical MANY readers have writtenme top now in come up this morning. ,You will
the number of CO keeps art, but even an
increase compartment
ments to made the old record "
could be be fined $25.
the it. Hannah More.
and likewise keep separated. -
draft eligibles cabinets, and current magazines
induction of married men at a minimum from old phonograph !

the navy still clings to thehigher
standards in effect while it

was taking only enlisted men.
Virtually all physical require-
ments are higher for the navy, but
the biggest difference is in the men-
tality tests for the two services.
Navy induction doctors won't passa
man unless he has a fair ,I.Q., :

whereas army doctors are requiredto D a
standards. .
approve lower i
Result is that thousands of induc- 1
tees who express a preference for the

navy are turned down and find them- .
selves in an army uniform instead. A
The fact that the army has to take
these navy "castoffs" is bitter medi-
cine to war department highups; and nti
Brig. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, selec- y .
tive service director, made a strong \
protest about it behind closed doors I
recently to the War Manpower com-

mission's committee.The management-labor. policy .4' .J.

standards for both services

should be uniform, Hershey declared -
adding that if the navy's
- standards were brought down to con- '

form with those of the army, it
would help offset the need of induct-

ing with married children.men, especially those I d' 4 :

The navy has been turning down a ,
large number of single men for
physical or mental reasons, Hershey

pointed out.
"How has the difference in stand- k
ards affected the army?" the draft meet today's slow-speed, low-mileage {

director was asked. conditions Firestone
war-time driving f
"It's affected us plenty, exploded
Hershey. "The navy selects \ introduces the new Perma-Life Battery.

whom it wants and the" army gets Because'of it special construction features,
all the lower element.
The committee agreed with Her- this new batterys is packed so chock-full of F

shey, promised to recommend to power that with reasonable care it will retainits

WMC Boss Paul McNutt that he en- charge for several years. And should your

deavor to have the navy's standards Firestone Perma-Life Battery require
lowered. Q Q '
recharging at any time within two I years .d
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will be 7gAr yA.Dy
this service
FRANK NAVY TALK after you buy YOUR i T .
Vice Admiral Fred Horne, assist- performed without cost to you. WITH

ant chief of naval operations, has lacks '
is weak or worn or %
been holding some quiet blackboard If your battery Go to OLD BATTERY .
talks, with the house and senate starting power, don't take chances
and these Dealer or Firestone 1 '"
naval affairs committees, your nearby Firestone

talks have been a real step toward J Store today and have a new super-power ( xs

congression l-executiveco-operation. Firestone Perma-Life Battery installed in w ;
his frankness and willingness ,
Horne, by ;
( '
to admit navy mistakes, madea your car. '
better impression than any other "
navy man appearing before con-
': :
gress. 2 .;
Horne was high in his praise of our 2-YEAR \ Jual1a, tee
naval officers and men, but frankly
admitted that the navy was caughtoff FREE RECHARGING IF NECESSARY"y
guard in the Savo Island battleof \ ,
August 9, just after the marines Should any Firestone Perma-Life Battery .
landed at Guadalcanal. He said require recharging during the first 24 r; '
there was no excuse for this defeat; months after date of purchase, it will be 1 1

that a board of inquiry was now recharged by the seller, without cost to .

investigating; and there probably the owner.
would be heavy penalties for the
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posed cruisers to protecting and destroyers the main task sup- a ,.rt. $t one METHOD' OF <" t\,,,, : :. ; j..j-

force. I ';' :T TIf ==
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Horne admitted that the Austra- WAR 2 :
lian officer and Admiral Kelly Turner RICAIBPING ,,: \ ==
tires wear a > ;r \ ,j =
Allied task force present <
chief of the == your ;
knew a Jap scouting fleet was in the 55 smooth and cannot be c "'" y =
vicinity but didn't figure it would may be = : .. =
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risk an attack. The commanders J == eligible to buy the-new = -: S :E:: (0 =
calculated that the earliest possible = War Tire, built = c
time the Japs could reach Savo island EH with exclusive Firestones = '
was after daybreak next morn- = --
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=: -
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the Australian admiralleft -- -
his flagship, the Canberra, and -_ If your present tires can be S I

spent the night on Admiral Turner's = recapped, insist upon Firestone i
flagship 25 miles from the scene of k !M1 -
battle. No orders were given mean- == Factory Controlled Recapping These features mean longer tire mileage i

while to Australian and American = S = with these advantages: Firestone Factory == i
and greater safety. i
officers under Turner and the Australian =
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about 1:50 a. m. ;:;:.
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completely bottled up, Horne reported -
that we probably could wipe
them out at any time. Our submarine ,
patrol has been especially .
effective in these waters, with the result Monday evening N.B.C.
Wallenstein '
that the Japs are desperately and the Firestone Symphony O".Jw the direction Alfred
hard up for food, aviation gasolineand Listen to tbs Vote of Firestone with Richard Crooks,Margaret

Horne other also supplies.made no attempt to Buy U. S. War BondsOR
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tory of the American Red Cross. turies have governed the lengthof 2 tablespoons *J cup milk
reminded their by various phenomena shortening 1 cup flour
But the nation is by year % cup corn syrup. % teaspoon salt
S-purpose Va-tro-nol up each Chairman Norman H. Davis that -the seasons, the reappearanceof 1 egg 2V6 teaspoons
nostril. It (1) shrinks swollen membranes the usual membership roll call was : certain stars in certain places, 1 cup Kelloffs'a baking powder
(2) soothes irritation, (3) re- s rrfryyii 11 Ili rr'L' fh::>c !toLy All-Bran
etc. Today science recognizes at
lieves not held last November. There Cream shortening and corn syrupthoroughly
brings transientcongestion-ro fore, the combined enrollment and least five different "years." ; add egg and beat welL
ing War Fund appeal in March is in- They include: 1-The civil or Stir in All-Bran and milk, let soak

directions in folder. VA-liO-1I0I. tended to finance the work of the calendar year of 365 days, or 366 until Sift flour most with of moisture salt and Is baking taken pow-up.

organization until February 28, days in Leap Year. 2-The anomalistic der; add to first mixture and stir only
1944. .year, the time between two until flour disappears. Fill greased
of the through the muffin pans two-thirds full and bake
"Our goal Chairman Davis
In moderately hot oven (4000 F.),
said, "is based upon realistic esti- perigee of the earth orbit, duringits about 30 minutes Yield: 8 large muffins -

HOT flASHESIf mates which, careful study shows, apparent movement throughthe 3 inches in diameter, or 12 small
star field, 365 days, six hours, muffins, 2ii inches in diameter.Ii. .
,are actually needed to meet the ,
Ytl ; 13 ,minutes, 49 seconds. 3-The I
you suffer from hot flashes, dizziness heavy wartime obligations and responsibilities -
distress of "Irregularities",are of the, Red Cross. sidereal year, the time it requiresthe Quick application of
weak, nervous, Irritable blue at 1 sun to reach the same posi- I comforting Resinol
This sum covers local, nationaland
times-due to the functional"middleage"
period In a woman'sUtetry international war-time needsof tion among the fixed stars, 365 gives prompt relief
six hours nine minutes, 9.3 from fiery throbbing.
Lydia E. Plnkhnm's Vege- the organization for days, ,
table Compound-the best-known year seconds. 4-The tropical year, Its oily base soothes
medicine you can buy today that's barring unforeseen emergenciesor parched skin.RES"INOLr.
made especially for women. disasters. It was established the time between two passages
Pinkham's Compound has helped ... 'through the vernal equinox or
'after the Central Committee examined -
thousands thousands of wom- "
upon 425 "First Point of Aries, about 11
en to relieve such annoying symp- budget estimates of the national -
toms.Follow label directions. Pink- and its minutes less than 3654 days. 5-
ham's Compound Is worth trying! organization 3,750 BE THE first to have this lovely The synodic year of 12 lunar o .
and branches.To .
chapters 6,154
set-filet crochet edged months, about 355 days. SNAPPY FACTSABOUT
r the serviceman the Red Crossis
with a pineapple edging! It is
a dependable link with his fam- crochet that is different and is

GET RHEUMATIC PAIN ily at home. No matter what hap- much admired. You can use the !

AFTER pens the Red Cross will keep him set on buffet or dresser, too. Undying PatriotismShow RUBBERIn
With a Medicine* that will Prof Itself in touch with his loved ones. The 4

If you suffer from rheumatic painor Red Cross, he knows, is interestednot
muscular C-2223 a country where ev-
achesbuy today me
in his welfare
only personal
for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1. Cool Flames ery man is a father, and every
but in that of his well.
family as
Caution: Use only as directed. First father the owner of his own land,
bottle purchase price refunded by He depends on his ,Red Cross field
where house is a home, Zambezi, Africa,cart tiled by
druggist if not satisfied. Get C-2223. director and staff who follow the Flames vary tremendously in every fireside at the native have tires made of
troops to the ends of the earth. temperature, some producing lit- where around every elephant hId., which serves the
The field director depends on"the tle heat. For example, a flaming night is the influence of song anda purpose) of rubber.,

Acid IndigestionRelieved home chapter of the Red Cross to piece of cotton that has been mother's face, visions dropped God In Bulgaria natives paint pictures of
look after matters on the familyend soaked in a certain formula of from the benedictions of ; thoLr enemies on their tires so they
and [be regularly splattered with
sacred can
land secure -
In 5 minutes or double back carbon tetrachloride and carbon show me a
money of this long line of communi- mud, as a gesture of contempt I
When excess stomach add causes painful,tut Iocat10 held in the valor of such citizen-
?gas sour stomach and heartburn,doctors usuallyprescribe cation. disulphide can be in the bare '
the fastest-acting medicines known for ship, ruling themselves by the Cert and truck. for transportation
hands' without
eymptomatlcrelict-medicines like those in BellanaTablets. Prepared Exclusively for WNU. injury or pain. and account for 56 per cent of
No laxative. Bell-ans brings comfort In a grand principles of intelligent tho Army' rubber requirements.
jiffy or doable your money back: on return of bottle of all men, andI
to us.2Sc at all druggists. patriotic equality
Cord tire construction,lie typo com-
e will show you a patriotism the mon today, first made rapid Inroads
S allied armies and navies of a hun- on the cord-woven fabric tire In

Use lip'at of first a C 0 L D SNIL 't-ft( R'rf dred destroy.A worlds. like this would never made 1915.their Low appearAnce pressure balloon la 1924.tlie.

r man will die for the home he Cryptostegtei I* a new Florldlan word for
l the> rubber lexicon. To
666 loves, and in death will tell his It I I. tho technical name* for the

666 TABLEYS.SALVE, -.. ..... \ ,]&& boy to take the sword from his has Mexican been morning recognized glory a*,one which of
4 NOSE DROPS,. ... ,- '" dying hand.-John E. Burton.Coolidge's the most promising rubber-pro
. COUGH DROP:>. ducing plants.Wife .
Try"Rub-My-Thm" Wondorfullinimen. He Was It He Was the View
"Ha! Ha!" laughed the recruit. Just as the train began to movea RebuttalCalvin

"You can't fool me. I know very stout gentleman scrambledinto

? they've got potato-peeling ma- a carriage and sat down, Coolidge once debated a
7fIuJSufIeh chines in this army." breathing hard.A bill in four words, while servingin

acties and pains tl "Yes, smart chap," replied the small boy, perched opposite, the Massachusetts legislature.

RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO sergeant, "and you're the latest gazed at him as if fascinated. Aftera A fellow senator, who opposed the
t model!" bit this annoyed the plump par- bill, had viewed it from every r n fr:

ty, so he snapped angrily: alarming angle and had begun

lA te Advance? "What are you staring at me each one of his objections with,

-y7Z Two men left"a movie theater, for?" "It is -" Mr. Coolidge rose to B.FGooclrjch

distaste showing in their faces. "Please, sir," said the boy apol- answer him, and, speaking solemnly -

"Movies have certainly made a ogetically, "there's nowhere else and a little wearily, re-

remarkable advance during the to look." plied, "Mr. Speaker: It isn't."

r last few years," one remarked.

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.- FIUDAY, FEBRUARY;, 19.13iKiwanis F'
i" ; -'EIGHT
thanks to him AnI avalanche of letters arrived ".j;
\ I .
and future. express my
workers' credentials during the cam \ recruited for the armed forces. and would appreciate it. to the ut this week in the Ward households t'
Club HasBusiness service at home. An
organizedinto 15,000 for
paign. They have been Red Cross Nurse's most if you would inform him as to from Lt. Ed Ward, from Africa. The ,
and estimated 50,000
squads by chapters written all the same
Meeting efficient Aides trained to help relieve the how we boys in service feel. The letters were
branches. were in hospitals, News is just like a letter from home.It day, but arrived here together, and y
Red Cros: shortage of nurses I '
contributor to the the mall situation is easier
Each makes you feel so much better is seems
received instruction
Wedne I War Fund will receive the custom-I.while 900,000 persons when receive it. Although I am to some of these far away places
Kiwanis meeting on t nursing techniques you
The in home .
service flag writes that he has
it Ed
taken t'largely ary Red Cross not very far from home, a few than was.
at the was
lay evening in the windows of their homes: 1 just been placed in. charge of trans-
forum discusIsion' play I words surely do help me along.
with an open and business establishments, but : In Red Cross production rooms I portation for his battalion. He says
committee reports. I have seven more weeks before I I
with '
and I wartime exigencies have relegated I! the nation over, patriotic women It is not a promotion, but that the
the and become a petty
read by
: graduate
Letters were lapel hours mak-
A. the customary: Red Cross metal volunteers worked long work is more pleasant and carries, ...-
members in service I hope to go to Hollywood '
two Then
the dressingsand
from duration
button into oblivion for the I ing 520,000,000 surgical responsibilities with it. We con-
and .Hub Spooner. Florida to Aerial Gunners 'I
W. Lawrence first time, ir garments for relief
This year for the 14,300,000 whois sider a better job a promotion even
E. C. Mills was a visitor. I defense of war- D. is another Clewiston boy '
order to avoid tapping vital I among civilian refugees a record for him- though it doesn't carry an advanceIn
making a grand
material, contributors to the Red torn world and for the armed forces. I rank with it.
self in the Navy.
Ministers Named I Cross War Fund will receive' a paper I Volunteered Blood I
bearing'the Red Cross, in- .
lapel tag The Red Cross Blood Donor Service -
signia. in 24 cities
from page 1) was
( will continue
The campaign I where laboratory facilities were '
hip on anyone.He and early reports NOTICETo
throughout March, of people
stressed' the necessity for all in all parts I available, and thousands )
bulletin from l volunteered donors. Approximately
the OPA '
merchants to read that this I
3f the country indicate of blood were District
that 1,800,000 pints Drainage
which sent them, stating American Landowners in Everglades
not I rear, more than ever, the contributed at these centers and at
these would not be sent were is prepared to welcome Red I Act which became law June O, 1911, contains -
operatingfrom Everglades
public centers
important for them to Le i [ Red Cross mobile
vitally with .sizable con-
Cross volunteers thc following provision:
watching these bulletin from .
studied. By
the: merchant stands a much bette tri bu tions. the volunteers J Young America joined the Red SECTION 15: (i-This section shall remain, in full force
Money collected by I' enlisting in the Amerjican date this Act shall
'chance of carrying on his busineswifho"ut American Cross call by and effect for two (2)c.ars from the
-* trouble or loss to himself will serve to further the the.. Junior Red Cross. With its become a law and at the expiration of such two (2) 5earspeiiod
fled Cross work: not billy on t'14,500,000 members the Junior Red then the fee Dimple title to all lands against which

home front but on the distant fieldsf : Cross carried on an extensive program there remains outstanding any such tax 'sale .certificates, or
Point Value- American fighting. absolutely vested in the Board of
battle where I of production for the armed tax liens, shall become
are defending freedom. Commissioners, of Everglades Drainage District and everyright
I nen meet its increased wartime responsibilities -forces. title or interest of::every nature or kind whatsoever
To I claim-
(Continued from Page 1) Red Cross has of the former owner of said property, or any one
Carrots ..............14 21 32 11 I set a goal of $125,000,000 for the With Our Boys- I ing by, through or ender terminate him, and or any be one at an holding end, and: the

'Corn ........__.....14 21 32 11 1943 War Fund. Of this sum $80000,000 ,-\ I thereon of shall< Commissioners cease, of Everglades Drainage District

Peas ......................16 24 37 13 will go to the national organization Continued from '?age 4) shall Board be authorized and empowered to sell the said lands as
:Sauerkraut ........ 5 8 12 4 to further its services to \ law.
Spinach ...?.......14 21 32' II.I the armed forces. II her hangar deck and the rest of the provided by

Tomatoes .........16 24 37 13 where American planes landed in the water nearby, This Notice Is Published for Your Protection.
At distant outposts
swimming'around till they
Tomato catsup, I guarding free- the men
chili 'sauce ....14 21 32 11: fightingmen are tiny gar- were picked: up. Donald was among Drainage District
to the Everglades
Tomato juice ...14 2132 11: dom, from islands of the South Pacific, them. They waited\ in New Cale-
donia until a destroyer picked
Other out
have reached ,
products .........16 24 37 13. Red Cross services fastchangingrequirements and landed them eventually in I

"Other ............... ..1421 32 11; to keep pace of with global the warfare.On San Francisco, clad in a pair of :"

Frozen the Red Cross dungarees, their: only possession. II
home front- I
Asparagus ........16 24 37 1J; the to guard I Donald has advanced to petty of-

"Beans, lima ......16 24 37 1JBeans ; has against broadened the unbridled its program spread of SUf-! ficer, first class, and is so modest Help America's Air Force -.-'..

about a1 recent citation he received
green of
Wax ...:............16 24 37 i:3 fering and death in the catastrophesor I that we cannot be accurate in describing to Victory-Buy War Bonds
Broccoli ............16 24 37 13: disaster from it. He wrote relatives here

Corn ..................16 24 37 U; war. not yet settled he would "let mother tell you: about Flight

Peas ..................16 24 37 13; War clouds had Red Cross the 'air medal and citation Admiral
Harbor when
..... 24 37 13. over Pearl for being member -
Spinach ......._ .16 the nation were Halsey presented me rtr
tther ................10 15 23Soups 8 workers Chairman of a crew that so successfully
................10 15 23 i called into action by I torpedoed a Jap heavy cruiser." Concerning -I
and bottled, Norman H. Davis. wrote "With
Baby foods, canned 'the future he
--all types and varieties except' mill*, Prepared For War I luck I hope to stay in the states

:and cereals: Four to five and -one- Veteran Red Cross workers, who for a course in flight training before

lialf ounces, inclusive, one point;; had maintained a constant alert and\ returning to. the fleet. I'm tired of eo ,

over five and onehaIr'ounces and were ready to face the emergenciesof sitting in the back seat and seeing 1 : .,% :
including nine ounces, two points.Greatest war, were joined by tens of where I've been-I want to sit up : 4i v MN

thousands of new volunteers anxiousto 1 front and see where I'm going." r

Red Cross- I I do their part in the cause of hu- '* PHOTOGCIALRAPH $

manity. I I From Columbus, Mississippi, Floyd V.AIR f.CORPS ARMY '
Thousands of workers were train- Mountain writes that he hopes to get II
(Continued from Page 1) ed to serve with the military forcesas .. 'his first leave to come home in I I BIG AND POWERFUL!

"'they'can get by with but all they can Red Cross field directors, hospital March and can hardly wait to see I.
little more. recreation workers, and medical Clewiston friends. "You .
give and then a all my
Early indications show that almost social workers. They were 'assigned I just can't imagine what your paper I. Your savings account can be big and :i

3,000,000 men and women to posts at home, and all really means to us that are away from. ;

will participate actively in the armed tasks forces leaving ports of \home in the service," he says. "I've I powerful, too, thru small,

filed Cross War Fund campaignto embarkation for foreign service were received my second rating in the'I
help finance the vastlx: expanded accompanied by Red Cross field' directors five months I've been- here studyingfor I regular savings.$1 l or more INSURED I

wartime Red-Cross program at homeand and their staffs. I aviation mechanic and I don't !

abroad. Overseas, the Red Cross organized think that is so bad since I didn't opens your savings account

In 10,000 Red Cross chapters and an extensive club program for the 1.know the first thing about airplane
branches throughout the United recreation of the armed forces in l motors. With Uncle Sam as instructor -

States, volunteers have spent ,,'eeks'preparing leave areas. Staffed by American I'm hoping we Clewiston boys Start The New Year RightrflIfflw1iTh'iri

for the most important men and women who by experienceand will make a big showing in helping -

tund-raising campaign l' in the history II l training were suited to the task:, wipe out the Japs and Nazis."

'*3f ,the organization."It I,nearly 150 clubs were opened in Incidentally Floyd is now a Corporal -

is the aim of the Red Crossto .Australia, Great Britain, Iceland,.. "

give each and every American an; India, the Middle East, Alaska,'I -* t

opportunity to contribute to thecause I Northern Ireland and China. J. D.' Hooker writes a typical letter -

of mercy and humanity needed -I On the home front, Red Cross I of appreciation to the anonymousdonor

by the world as never before," I chapters and branches assumed an of The News. He says: "I. o L.Ili L.

'declared Red Cross Chairman Nor-I early lead preparing the nation for I wish to express my sincerest thanks I

' man H. Davis.Volunteers the disasters war might bring to the I II and appreciation for the issues in i..

who will give their| civilian population, training of and the past of the News. I do wish I I t

time to the exacting task of "door | estimated 5,5007000 persons in first knew the person who is responsiblyfor I
themselves -I aid. Through the Red Cross NursezWar 1 1i News in the I
bell punching" will identify us boys getting the I
volunteer I Reserve, 28,000 nurses were j i ;
with Red Cross i

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