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: March 12, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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The_ Red Cross War Fund Drive Is On! Give Double This Year



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l :RIDDLE FIELD HAS Group of Inductees 'RED CROSS DRIVE Price .Ceiling Panel "I THOMAS IS ELECTED

Return To Blanding To Meet Regularly


I. S. Bell, Jr.r John, Robbins, I The price ceiling panel of the local .-

Quenfis Fountain and Elbe [Thig-- OPEN ON MONDAY I rationing office held its first ENSUING YEARClewiston r
I : I pen, of the March group of inductees meeting at the ration office Thursday

and volunteers, returned'Vednes-I I afternoon and will hold regular

A. R. Thompson,' 37, a primary instructor day, evening to Camp Blanding to I M. W. Bigg, chairman of the War weekly'-meetings at the same time American Legion Post
' at Riddle' Field, was killed begin their training. 'with the U. S. Fund drive for the Clewiston; Chap- each week :No. 93, .at the regular monthly'""meet-

tr late last Friday afternoon in the Army. 'I' ter of the American Red Cross, an* The purpose of this price panel, ing at the Inn, Tuesday evening elect-
:crash of his Stearman trainer about Ray Sullivan, who was taken into nounced this' morning that an organization which is composed of the three'com- ed G. B. Thomas as Post Commanderfor

three miles north and two miles west the U. S. Marine Corps will' not report .-I is rapidly' being shaped munity ministers Rev. H. C. Meador, the ensuing year. /

' of the field. The student ,RAF cadet until March 18. I tip to begin Monday morning the Chairman, rfRev. ,J. N. Montgomeryand Other officers elected were:' F., E.

who was with him, Derrick A. complete report on the Bothers drive to raise Clewiston's greatest Fr T. J. Geary, is to attempt to Conkling Vice Commander; J. M.

Holroyd was also seriously injured of this group of fifteen which were I Red Cross quota, $1700.Mr. protect the consumer of goods by Couse Adjutant; O. A. Jones, re-
inducted in the March call has not checking on price ceilings and"com-
Bigg had not completed his elected Historian; Fred Morrison,
rapidly as yet been received by the local selective .,II list of workers when contacted this pliance'of merchants with OPA regu- Chaplain; R. N. Miller, SergeantatArms. -

' Field officials state that"the cause service office. morning but said definitely that a lations. t

of the accident has not been determ worker would be assigned :Mondayto Principal R. W. Turk of the Clewis-
ined. It is the first, fatality in pri every. section of the, residentialarea ton school' wat'present at the meet

mary training since Riddle Field ,was HENRY PEPPER'TELLSOF' and the business areas in order! VICTORY CORPS IS ing and told of the organization of

established more than eighteen II that every. person could be contactedand the Victory Corps in the school. He

,months ago given an opportunity. to. con-I requested the support and the guidance -

Mr. ,Thompson is survived by his WAR ACTIVITIESOF tribute to this great cause.. BEING ORGANIZEDIN of the Legion and asked that a

wife and his mother who resides in In addition to this direct solicitation committee be 'named topresent the

Ludlow, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson of funds, coin boxes will be corps insignia when the ,organization

i made their home in Richmond, KIWANIS CLUBS placed ,,in every place of business as ,LOCAL SCHOOLA is complete and to make a talk to

Va., until he came here last November I a reminder to patrons to, drop in the students on the value of the

to take a position as instructor.I field' their loose change. Attractive.win- work they are doing for their community
They had no 'children. Henry Pepper, 'representative dow displays have been set up in ''Victory Corps, an organization! and nation. '

for Kiwanis 'International, ,visited store windows 'and every effort will of school children, to carry out a Flight
The body was prepared for Lieut. G. W. Nickerson.
,ment by the Ferguson' Funeral ShiP.'j.I the local Kiwanis Club on Wednesday I be made' to impress upon every citizen war, time program in secondary Riddle Field made "a brief talk on
I the importance of, donating to schools, is being organized in the
the British
of West Palm Beach and ] evening at the regular weekly Legion and its work, including -
I I the fund for carrying' Clewiston school and Principal R.
: on the great ,
Ludlow where ,funeral arrangementswere : meeting an'd gave'' a most interestingtalk some 'of the things' being
I work which is being done by the Red W. Turk states that the organization
in charge of 'Byron's Funeral I.I done for disabled veterans of. the
on war: activities of the Kiwanis Cross should I
Home Mrs. Thompson accompaniedthe during this global war. be completed by the first of last ,war.*
organization. The chairman feels that the Clew- next week. s I
: body of her, husband and I I Porter Thomas of Riddle
J. C. Ziler made the trip with Mrs'l The speaker was' introduced by J. iston quota while it is muoh larger The local school has been carrying I was also present and entertainedwith

E. Beardsley, District Lieut.-Gover-I[ than any% ever given heretofore, can out a war time' program of its own number
a of selections
Soil Science Body To I nor, who stated that Mr. Pepper'stalk be easily reached and passed if I planning, including the physical fit- accordian. ,
was based on a ,survey and the averyone will do his or her p'art.tAKEPORTYOUTH. ness program and when Don M. Loch-
Reports of standing
: first 565 clubs to report, about ,one ner of Jacksonville was 'here last committeeswere
Discuss Conservation heard
during brief
fourth of the total of; Kiwanis Clubs. week in the interest I of setting up f businesssession. ,
The report showed vocational the Victory Corps for the schools he
Problems, of 'Glades -
I guidance had been given 103,656 stated that Clewiston already had

i boys and girls; 17,630 underprivileged such an organization and needed ''only Official Notice Is
children aided '5,583' children MAKES i to complete it. '
} The Soil Science Society of Florida I
i : will convene in Belle Glade March in needy families 'of men on active Special pledge. blanks are, provided Given Of Change

" 17 and 18 to discuss pressing soil and 'service''give'n assistance; 111,712'] each ,child and 'were distributed here
water; conservation problems in the boys and girls helped', the youth I TO LOCAL THEFTS Wednesday. Membership is entirely In Draft StatusThe
.} Everglades., Decision to hold the: service ot the organization with I voluntary but it is believed that the

.session was reached, at a recent meeting $317,388.14 spent ,by Kiwanis in its 'I greater number of Clewiston school
of the Society: executive .committee sponsorship of these movements; I Leon Thompson, of .Lakeport, who students will sign the pledges 'and local Selective Service board

"' at the Everglades: Expel'i.men 3,545 awards' given to, young fann has been employed. for some time join the organization. I has been notified that regulationsare

'r; .- ...,. .... t- Station .. -...:,- < ;, _"J':*- t-! ers: 11,196victq 26930 farmers"contacted'in'! yardeps'' : sponsored -Vat-the. sugarhouse' "-o-f the, United :' When these pledges! ,have; :;been L Fout'H'being which revised. is"-5'to:ppficable eliminate'to"Class men _
,. Opening in the public school auditorium -' States Sugar Corporation ,in Clewis-II',returned an organization meetingwill
food production campaigns. J between the ages of 38 and 45.
the morning session? will be I was be held and officers elected.
.ton arrested early this week by Effective immediately no more:
given over to a discussion of type and Pepper outlined the wartime citizenship !I n 'an effort will. be made to have
,i distribution of the organic soils of I program of Kiwanis; reveal- Constable I. S. Bell and charged I the V insignia made, for each mem registrants shall be placed in Class

the ,area, topographic and surface ing that 171,374 active servicemenhad i with breaking and entering! ,several ber. General membership in the Four H and local boards are requested -
to immediately proceed with the
"water surreys and geologic con been contacted; 12,892 talks f I Clewiston homes during the past few I Corps is entitled to wear the: simple reclassification
to Class 2-H and 3-H
ditions affecting soil 'and water con- had been given by Kiwanians in 'V of the corps and special divisions
weeks. Thompson, confessed when all men now in Class 4-H who qualifyfor
servation.The'nature and extent of promoting the war effort; 6,404 such as production service, com-
I faced with the evidence of 'his guilt agriculture deferment.
..in'.tllese blood donations made 3,615 Kiwan ]
surface subsidence soils. ; munity service,. land, air and 'sea
which 'has been called the most ians were serving'on iation'and ,and is being held in the LaBelle jail I services are entitled to wear a dif- Those registrants who do not

'z- serious and insidious problem in the other governmental boards connected :I until the fall term :of circuit court. i ferent insignia. qualify for Class 2, or 3-H will re-
?' with war activities 15,617 Ki-! main in Class 4-H pending receipt ef
reclamation and cultiva
Thompson stayed at the Barracks, The corps is designed to carry outa I
wanians participated in civilian de- revised regulations but no one else
tion of Everglades organic lands occupied by mill workers, and at the wartime program ,of' benefit' to the{ .
will be especially stressed. fense; 63375755.10 in war bonds is to be placed in this class. Registrants '
Barracks as well as at all other school, the individual, the commun-i
bought or sold by Kiwanis members who are between the ages 'of
.fib A tentative overall plan for Ever ;
places in town Constable Bell had ity and the nation and includes the('
13,134 Kiwanians participating in 38 and 44 who are classified as lAtH
_ glades and development, !(asked everyone to be, on the lookout physical fitness program, first aids;
rubber ( ) will not be inducted pending
and with
,x: based on the physical characteristics scrap
' for any of the stolen property. training' and special curricular acti-
and agrkulturaI"possibilities of its! 63,389,705 pounds collected in these I receipt of amended regulations..
He first aroused suspicion. by offer- vities such as mathematics, English
-c- soils and a rational'handling of the endeavors and, a total'of $132,828.92spent I
' ing cigarettes for sale at ten cents a and social studies. Members unite in
.' natural water supply of the .region on war activities. pack whi h"were subsequently found assisting with any' civilian defense School 'Lunchroom

will feature the close of the'morning RAF Cadets P. T. Tattersall andG. to have been stolen from another activities, serve as airplane or fire

:session,, it was, stated today by Dr. A. iThatcher were visitors at the room in the Barracks. It was then spotters, build model airplanes, etc.; To Be ConsideredA

31. V. Allison, secretary of the society meeting: learned that he had sold "a leather, as extra-curricular activities to replace -

. The afternoon program will jacket which had been stolen from many'of those of, previous years
be given over largely to a discussionof Volunteers' Wanted Toni Blount's home: and Mrs. W. A. which have been stopped by the war. meeting will be held tonight of
this tentative plan in detail. the school trustees of Clewiston, E.
I Davis, Barracks manager, disclosed The'' American Legion has been
1: '. ProgramIntroduction..H. At Community CenterThe that he had : left in her keeping a asked_ t'o.name. a ,committee to present 'M. Cornette, school board member,

L. Mossbarger,I I high-priced camera which investigation the insignias to the members of P. W. Turk, school principal and the
]I executive officers the Parent-
chairman. .showed had been stolen from the Corps and the Legion is urged ,to of
'; 1. Summary of three years of list of those who volunteered the home of S. L. Crochet, sugar act as an advisory body for the schoolchildren Teachers Association to discuss the

surface ;water studies in>\ the Ever-. for service to keep the, Community corporation official. ? possibility of opening a school

, glades, G. E. Ferguson.. Center open for ,dances on Wednesday A search of the youth's room was lunchroom under a new plan form- '

; 2. Bringing the topographic sur- Friday and Saturday nights made and a great' deal of loot' was St. Patrick's Dance To ulated .by the Department. of Agriculture -

vey of the Everglades up to dale, has been depleted and many of. these recovered and later .it was found that
' Albert L. Stephens. who have already served are being he had been transporting a great Be Held On March 17 Details'of this plan were not learn-
3. Further studies of geological forced to continue. to do so time deal of stuff to his home in 'Lakeport ed but it is understood that it makes

relationships affecting soil and water after time. on, 'week-ends. A trip, was made possible the establishment of a
conservation and use in the From' the,number' of people in the there. by Constable' Bell 'and muchof The 'Annual St. Patrick's Dance, lunchroom where, before it has been

Everglades, Southern Florida: community! who'wish to do somethingfor I the other stolen property was always one of the outstanding social very difficult in ,small schools.

A. Notes'on geology and ground-: the men in the service it ''would found, including most of the things events of the year, will be held at

water conditions, G..' G. Parlser and appear' that' there are more who taken from the,Gratton George home. Sugarland Park on\St. Patrick's Day, Number of Children

N. D. Hoy would volunteer for this, service andit Thompson's complete confession Wednesday, March 17, sponsored by
: B. Water control relationship, J. is hoped that as many .as will showed that he had entered homes the parishoners of St; Margaret's Examined by WeaverDr.

tiZ O. Stephens. contact the City Hall and make and taken things, the loss of which', Catholic Church.A .

it 4. Program' report on the soil arrangements 'for some night in the had apparently' never been discovered fine orchestra has been selectedfor

;X survey of the,Everglades, M. H.. Gal near- future.Large .... or at least not reported. the evening. This is the first C. Weaver', county superintendent -
,; latin and J. R. Henderson. appearance of this orchestra in the of schools and practicing

5. Soil and water conservation ii 'Group'Attends' f\SK FOR .ARTICLE 'Glades and it is planning a, fine physician of LaBelle: was here,Thurs
.,x' the Everglades from the viewpoint of program of dance/ music for this oc day and examined 196 school chil-

they ecologist, John Henry Davis. I Masonic Prof. R. W. Turk, who's articleon casion. Dancing will be from 9 until dren as the beginning or the second
6. Summary of three years of MeetingMany the physical fitness program in I 12 o'clock. phase in the physical fitness pro

conservation work in the Everglade the Clewiston school which appearedlast Holders of tickets are eligiblefor gram. This examination was for possible

,'b 'and plans for the future, C. Kays, Clewiston month in the Journal of the FEA, I a $25 Victory 'Bond which> will be) heart troubles and a check on
Masons attendedthe
Davis I( received a letter this week from the given, and all attending may shareIn general physical fitness..
meeting of Moore Haven Lodgel
7. Nature and extent of surface executive secretary of the National a door prize and other awards Two boys who were suspected of
No. 61 there
subsidence of the organic soils of I Thursday night at | Association of 'Secondary School dining the evening. having a heart murmur: in Septem-
'" V which meeting E. J. Smith of Riddle',
the Everglades: I i[ ''|I Principals, a division of the National The lifting of the OPA ban on pleasure ber were found to have thrown off
Field received his
A. Shrinkage and subsidence duel master's, degree. Education Association asking a driving makes it convenient for I the trouble. The same four boys had

to drainage : and cultivation. B. S. Refreshments were furnished by'I I similar article for publication' in tIle many to take part in ,the dance. A' hernias as was 'shown in the Sep-

Clayton. G. Willis Tyson, manager of Riddle national publication of that organi fine attendance is anticipated as this C tember examination, two students
B. Natural oxidation and crop Field, and at the close of the meet zation. deficiency, one
is an annual occasion' and the first showed a vitamin
requirements as factors in soil losses -I ing Mr. Tyson presented Mr. Smith I I "Anyone who can start with ,so dance held this year. II I girl had a suspected heart, murmur

J. R. Neller. with a beautiful Masonic ring. |: little, in the way of finances, and I i''and two cases of variococele were

- 8. The ned of the Everglades Mr. Smith is one of the officials at set up a program of high quality j found. In every instance' of troublethe

for, a specific plan of: developmentbased the field and many of those attending should have 'opportunity of writing give, to. many small schools in simil- parents have been immediately

on the physical characteristics 'the meeting were his friends and up the program for publication iar condition and 'situation. ," the notified' in order that attention maybe .

(Continued on Page 4) co-workers there. in.the "Bulletin" for the aid. .'it would': letter stated. :" -r / '. ;.., I I given "immediately. ','" '

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The Clewiston, News 15'pound mattress (cot pad to you)' wish all the boys that are across '

li Feels like that 7 by 7 Special Beautyrest "Good Hunting," and I sure would

TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY : mattress and box spring' com- like' to be with them. There is I

' Published Friday In Clewlston, l.bination. We lie down in the middle nothing else for me to say but thatI

inc.Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, i j ,on our backs and often do not\ wish all good luck: and hope to beseeing' '

turn over all night. We make our' them soon." "

Editor beds, keep our quarters clean, (win/ Mrs. Hackett wrote and supple.' '.
: ,
KEATHLEY t dows, floors, baths, etc.) wash our mented the information about Junior -

own wool sox, shine our own shoes, a bit. She says he will soon .,

Entered 'as second clues mall Office mattFebruary In : .> RUSSELL KAY _: sew our own buttons, and stand .complete his course there, and has
at the Post By '
Clewiston 1,Florida 1927 under the Act of j.; ht,. ,;t ': ,: : ...' guard. Every 8 nights each of us hasa made such a good record he may

[March 3, 1897.Subscription -$ ,i_<:",4.'1. %1..::.::v:: Secretary Florida Press, ,Association :::\ two hour shift----:-There are 140 in stay on as instructor. That he has, ,.
::: .:. 'the class 1 Lt. Col, several majors, gained weight? looks grand in uniform --

Rate :92.00 Per Year. ..:.:...:....................,.,......_..__..n....__.___..___.._...._',.................._..,...-._.._-..._.......-...._.......-.....-....-....-............................... ........................................................ some captains and. lieutenants too I and is enjoying his work and J

numerous to mention. All field training very much. His classes: \
the represented.But wear
about as
Hates On Application. There is an old gag ,
AdierUMng who was uniforms with no ,rank or organization run from 4 p. m. till mid-night, so'>
enumerator now the Federal government
government livestock.He insignia, showing, so all are on the school must be operating on. the
1 taking a census of farnr contends that what it sells the Flor-
Devoted to the advancement and welfare and a par in the work. The instructionis shift method to turn out the maximum
had counted the horses, pigs, ida farmer is its own business and
of Clewlston and Hen n" Counts I IJ unbelievably well-planned and of ,good mechanics.
cows and was getting along all right the State of Florida has no right togo
; *
until he encountered an animal in poking its nose in. Maybe that's executed, tho'' we will no' doubt 'be l
known during our lifetime' the 38 I Gaines Ricks wrote from Fort
the field that he couldn't identify. the way the bulk of the farmers
World War II. I Slocum, New York and in addition
MEMBER, r-Tl day 'wonders of ,
he got the like ,being nurs-
Rushing to a telephone, want \t, maybe they
PRESS \ \ into us to expressing his thanks for the
FLORIDA ASSOCIAnONNATIONAL the "Actually they .are pouring
and around,
Department of .,Agriculture on ed and cared for slapped
EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION V of it sticks) general Clewiston News, requested its con
(hoping some
.He explained all the -
1941 V wire and appealed for hjslp. but it's contrary to principles
officer duties tinuance at 'a new'address "care
knowledge of an army
that he had listed all the we are supposed to be fight-
warning that the commanding Postmaster, New York," and it
mals but one, a funny looking critter ing for, and ,maybe that's why our forecast .
officer of any post where we doesn't take a fortune-teller to -
YEAR I and dirty with a are getting to-
GIVE1 DOUBLE THIS that was old farmers everywhere
are ,assigned has' the right to assignus a sea voyage for him.'
face. How Farm Bureaus
long beard and a sad gether and forming *
should he list it? with the view of having something to any duty on that post.Ve
Red ,Cross workers are hoping to have from 2 to 4 speakers from Dr. W. F, Purdon is now hospital-
Unperturbed, the Washington of- to say about it, as a unified group, ,I
canvass Clewsiton next week so ''Don't worrywhat Washington or other command each ized just, now for treatment of his ;
in the' future. _
ficial replied:
thoroughly that every person will be< wa's the farmer ,week and their'talks or lectures are ankle which was injured few weeks
given an opportunity to make a contribution 'you saw him I II very interesting. I was terribly ago. He writes his wife that the injury -
and don't have to take I '
to the 1943 War Fund you awkward with the rifle and in drill- is not serious, but :will require 1
into consideration." . .............. ................ .....................
Many of the, services which the Ret 'few the .................. ... .... . ."7. . .1 but have improved sufficiently to get treatment for some time. Dr.. Pur-
During the past years
Cross renders to our boys ,in the< through the ,. I out of the awkward squad. don:is stationed in Fort Lewis,.
Armed Forces' and to the folks in Federal I "The temperature is 12' above Washington. The' army has just
of various agricultural
need back home are well-known. Itl creation I zero. It dropped to 2' below last tried to 'see how far away from home
committees -
follows wherever there is a need foi boards, administrations and authorities 1 night and was rather warm the last 'it' could send some of our Clewis-

its help, whether it be battle-lines, mis-term" time I stood guard-6' above- ton soldiers, and it' has succeeded
reduced the
the camps behind the lines, a has practically Florida weather.--Please pretty well in. this case.
farmer to a puppeton
ter-struck village, or town. disas-I ed "independent" i Our Boys remember me to my, friends and explain *
his own plantation.
Cross stands ready. I slickers smart I that if I have not written, well, Two other brothers in the Armed
I Desk men, city
Last week a Red Cross field worker and bureaucratic seven hours sleep is the minimum Forces managed a visit home at the'
from the West Palm Beach chap lounge-lizzards young now do all his planning i in theSerYlCe this old frame can get. by on." same time'I last week. Owen Winn

ter delivered to a Belle Glade lam and thinking for him. Of course *' of the U., S. Marines, spent a weekat

ily two letters. They were from he is still supposed to do all the 'So it must be plenty cold up in home after completing his course '

relatives (brother and sister) ir "dirt" york and produce more and t New Jersey. And LeRoy Hare writes, at ,New River, North Carolina. Owen

Nazi-held Denmark, and the Bell better crops, but the details are all from Chicago, where he's attending! had gained weight, too, as practically .

Glade folks hadn't heard from them taken care of by master minds. the' Army Air Force Technical I all of the boys have, and his uniform \

two letters were work is in- was decorated with badges of
in years. The. They lend him money for his School, "My here very
cleared through Reds Cross head him what to plant teresting though, I can't say much, the various courses he had completed -

quarters in Geneva and reached and operations where;; tell furnish him seeds and .:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..: for this brutal Chicago weather." in his training, rifle, hand-gre-

Belle Glade in two months. This fertilizer and control his 'every move. He wrote "to extend my thanks to nade, bayonet, etc.. He has, the ,rankof

service can be rendered only by the Now if this amazing service:was of We've often wondered just what\you and to the person, (whomeverhe marksman now, and will go too

Red Cross, and is just another example a sane and practical nature ,and sort of routine training was given'I may be)who has made it pos- Canton, Ohio, for a few weeks train-
of the opportunities we have service boys'of, ..Clewis ing before receiving another assign-
worked\ in practice like it does on these men who go in as ,specialistswith sible for

to render service with our dollar; paper, ,everything would be swell. commissions. in one branch of ton to ,receive The Clewiston News.I ment.

where we are unable to help other But the pitiful part of it is, it just the service'" or. the other. We frank' enjoy reading it very much'as it's His brother, James Winn, of the

wise. DON'T. ly thought perhaps they had it a bit good to know what's goingon in the Navy came up from Miami and had'a'few

To make sure he will have plenty soft. But that was before we had a home town, while' we're away" days at home while Owen was
I here: Since their 'sister, Mrs. A. L.
of farm machinery, about, everythinghe nice, newsy letter from Henry
,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: needs for his operations, from a stad this week. Mr. Kolstad was From, ,Amarillo, Field, Texas, Jun- Burke, of Columbus, Ga., is spend-
----- wrote: Just a few wordsto ing several weeks here, it' must have-
lieuten- Waters
currycomb to .a tractor, is "frozen. given a commission as first ior %
I Warehouses throughout the countryare ant in the Army Exchange Service, let you know that I have been and been, quite a reunion. ;

.' RAMBLING loaded with everything from haling .which is the branch 'of the service amstill ,getting the Clewiston. News / *

By :,b. B. wire to bean pickers. The government operating 'the ,Post Exchanges in the and I really .do' appreciate !t. Mr.I Ray Sullivan who came, home for-
the short leave after induction into .
called me
controls the manure various camps at home and over- and Mrs. :Albert Hackett, "

:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-..:.-.:-..:.-.:-. 'spreaders even, 'I'm told. I seas.) He went "to Princeton Uni- here at the field and when I saw I the 'Marine Corps had the bad luck:

belt versity for a 38 day course in the them they told me 'how they had got- to develop a nice case of mumps, so-
Now if the farmer needs a '
I Exchange School and has about' ten my address and I surely do appreciate his leave will be spent from a sick
The Ides of March, which incometaxpayers for his cream separator, instead of Army there. The class, your trouble' there also. II bed. He's'to report to Parris Island,.
and having it delivered two more weeks
: dread as did Caesar, will calling a dealer of'whom will be sent over- am still in Aviation Mechanics'S. C., for boot* training.
nearest, 80 percent
he must contact the *
be here' Monday, and when you gel government .wet-nurse, fill out a 'seas, will not receive their assignments School and enjoying it very"much as
of graduation.As it is a good school if these stu- Jimmy Weaver, and Shorty Alder-
check foof until the night .very
form accompanying and
that and lengthy application blank -'
dents will put any effort toward man breezed into town last Thursdayand ..,
off to Jacksonville you can heave a ; around a' month oso while some for the routine of the course learning. I have met one of the out again on Tuesday. They are' '

sigh of relief. Such figuring as has guy up in Washington decides I he writes that they arise from 5'to boys from Riddle Field here, Paul in the Navy Sea-Bees and have com-'
whether or not he really needs a ..6 in the morning and go to bed at
been done during the past few weeks "Between those Andre. He is ''to be.' an instructor I pleted boot training in Camp Peary*,
belt. I: lOin the evening. I
school All of the boys Virginia. Their short leave home
ought to do somebody some good, so hours they manage to tireus'_ down here at this ; i!
Florida farmers have been asked that finish here are then shipped to came before their date to report j.n.
the money it brought forth "' both mentally and physically to such '
perhaps In order to j
to grow more peanuts. Aerial Gunnery School and then to (Continued on Page

will go a long ways toward payingthe do so, they must make application, i an extent that we sleep'as tho' ..;.,........

cost of the war as we go along. get a permit and ,be properly signedup. .
Here's hoping. If they want seed, and most of I r ; -- 1

And when that's over you'll needa them seem to have the crazy 'idea 1"" SAYS.- -, 'ff' II'

little fling to celebrate and the I they do, the government will take THE OLD JUDGE >- .. "" l\ -. i.
Catholics have obligingly broughtthe care of that, too. All the farmer __ I

I the best opportunity in the".world! has to do is sign an agreement agreeing -

right-,to your doorway-or almost to 1 to pay cash for the seed' and at

your door-way. The St. Patrick's the same'.time, :waiver all protection
dance next Wednesday will 'be the under the Florida seed law if they I

equal, if not the superior,. of past fail to' germinate. In short, the

St. 'Patrick's dances, and that's saying farmer holds the veil-known "bag."

plenty for this affair is usuallythe He is guaranteed nothing, all he has ,

.. most successful dance of the sea-j to do is PAY, and if the seeds are {

son. There's a real orchestra treatin no good and fail to grow,. that's his i

store for you, and 1f you miss it, hard luck.

'-in the words of studio audiences May e the farmer can remember I 1

You'll Be Sorry. when he used to work out his own'II .-

I '* ,I problems and manage' his own. af-'I| I l .

fairs, how the seedsmen would, 3).I
But getting back to the task '
ofl I
winning the war which is fnst in o ply seeds on credit, if necessary, uP"I' .

minds and hearts' guarantee their quality. Most I
always, over at the
Red Cross production room this week table seed houses went'so far repu-1+ J" J I Y
print package a "Money it I
there were unpacked six large cases I on every f r .
of material. 'The cases contained Back Guarantee" which was ..back'edby' 1 F !
honest dealing -
everything necessary ,for the production years of reputable

of 64*,200_ surgical dressings, and\ We' used to call that kind of I.
trading "free enterprise" and aj ,
there are some of them earmarked: l lI N ?
firm, to stay in business and suc-i 1 '
for YOU to make. If you haven'tmade t 1 3
ceed guarded jealously its reputa (
surgical dressings go'over some I I !
,afternoon or evening and learn how. tion and that of, its products. They

It is simple to do and there's avery knew the farmer didn't HAVE tol I j\IP\ 4
!! "
satisfying feeling about making I deal with them-he could trade

something as vital as a surgical where he got the most value and

dressing for an American soldier. the best treatment. They also knew I

.--,--- that a'-crop? failure was an even I, ,

greater reflection on themselvesthan iI I \ : J I

OPEN FORUMA on the. farmer. I ,

Now, with governmental control, '.. I I
what happens to the farmer seemsto -- booklet written about i iHitler's
letter addressed to The Clewiston be a matter of' small import. He ; "Just one more question before you go, also mentioned a how Hitler's I
News, mailed locally this week, was is. supplied his seed; must PAY Judge. What is this thing called propaganda; maintain contact with foreign +

intended for reprint in this column. CASH for it, and keep his fool mouth you hear so much talk about these days?" gang wants to and how"it con- ,

Since The News, like all newspapers, shut if it proves worthless. The !I "I'll give you an example, Hank. Last temperance organizations international tern't

will not accept for publication any same goes for fertilizer. It is none night I was reading an interesting little book tributes 'annually to an

letter .which is not signed, the letter of his busfness what the analysis is.t ..: I i called'Hitler is in Favor. It told how Hitler perance union. interested in

does not appear. If the writer He must take it and like it., I I would very much like to see Americans fight- "You can bet Hitler isnl in countryfor \

will call at the News office and sign Over the years the legislators of themselves over prohibition because seeing prohibition advanced our
ing among he knows it's a
the letter, or re-write and sign it and Florida have made a conscientious disunity waste the any reason except that
'that would create ,
mail it 'in, the same will be published. effort, to protect the farmer by requiring and legislatures in wet-dry good way to stir up trouble.. That's what'they
It is not seeds fertilizer sold : time of Congress propaganda,.Hank.." I
necessary that the signature that and I effort. It, mean .
and cripple our 1
appear in the paper, and .we in this state meet certain standards. arguments I

will omit it if requested. However Commissioner of Agriculture Nathan I

no anonymous communicationwill Mayo is charged with the duty of II I II tor.JrtI/Ct of Akoholic Beverage Industrie. Inc..

ever be reprinted. This is a making necessary tests and inspec- I

matter of policy. tions to see that such materials are !


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i Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and her sister .MRS. LOTT HOSTESS ATIARTY room. '

Mrs. Fred Joss, were called to I FOR VISITOR 1 Attending the ,meeting were Mrs. Buy More Bonds

I Stuart Sunday by the illness of their L. M. Wcetman, Mrs. C. E> Gericke ,

[L Personals I father. They returned to Clewiston Mrs. Frank Veltri, who has spenta Mrs. Carl Johnson,' Mrs. L., M. Hut-.

Tuesday.Mrs. few weeks here visiting her par son, Mrs, J. W. Durden, 'Mrs. G. T. J. I W. COUSE l'
ents: Mr. and Mrs C. W. Fuller, was Brower, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. E. J.

; ;" C. R.- Martin left Monday for honor guest at a bridge luncheon 'Casper, Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs. Counselor and Attorney at law '
\ '
':-' Moore visitor her home in Buffalo, New York, given by Mrs W. L. Lott at her home 1 A. H. Vann, Mrs. B. T. Vorhees, Mrs. Hopkins Building
), Miss Florine was a
) _. I after spending a few weeks herewith yesterday. : H. B. Magill, Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs.
,;: : : In Miami Wednesday. j Wednesdays and
:(W ,. 1 j her daughter, Mrs. A. R. Brink Guests were invited for lunch at H. ,C.. Jones and. Mrs.' C. W. Ling- Saturdays ,';

Ii// : Miss Mary; Johnson is spending and family. one-thirty and for a bridge game aft- ham. 0:30 to 4:00
erwards. Mrs. G. N. Pitson won first
pt-; :. this week in Jacksonville. I IMrs. I
| Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Thompson haveas prize at bridge and received a stringof Shoes Of Moccasini ..
:;" their guests"this week Mrs. beads, ; Mrs. Otto Larsen won a set-i '
.',Melvin Pipe is spending ay' .
Thompson's sister Mrs. L. G. Fernandez of lipsticks as .'second prize and Mrs. "
few days with friends in Fort j Type Take Coupons
: :" and children, Lorraine and C.V.. Fuller a handkerchief as cut I' DRESSMAKING
1-1\'ers.- I IMr. I .. ALTERING,
';i: i j I Louise, of. Tampa. prize. Mrs. Veltri's guest remem-. __ tI
... _.J'. I brance lovely handkerchief. BUTTONHOLE MAKING
: was a 'The ration office stated yesterdaythat / "
and .1\ rs.V. C. Hooker I
\:'. .::' business visitors in :LaBelle, Tuesday -I Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Blount and Guests included Mrs. Veltri, Mrs.C. I an official OPA communication Mrs. Inez Pope

.,' -': I|I soil, :Billy, spent the week end with W, Fuller, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, had been received relative to the
, / ,' i:' __ 1 I relatives in Arcadia and Wauchula. Mrs H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. F. E. Conk- selling of' shoes of the moccasin type Millcrest Near Passenger Depot i

!. : ".' : Gordon Hand, who has lived in Mrs Blount's brother, Jimmy Rainey ling, Mrs. G. N. Pitson and Mrs. Otto without coupons.

{f' Clewiston for several months, left ,' Wauchula, returned. with them Larsen. \ I I These shoes, they stated, are not (next door to Bill Allen's)

; <.'.',,' ., ',c"( this week to reside in Tampa. ''i for a week's visit. Mrs. Veltri is leaving Tuesday for of the, "play" type which is unration-

'''' ... I'I her hpme at Fort Bragg. j ed, and will require a ration stamp .....

'" {i Mrs. E. O. 'Ward and Mrs. E. W.! Herman Davis, who was recently i I for' purchase. l "

> % lurst.spe t the week-end with' rela-|i I transferred to Jacksonville by the I BRIDGE CLUBS All retailers' of processed rationed I!

',rr ., tiv s in Miami. j I i j U. tS. Engineers, spent a few daysin If -'--- II foods will be required to register, Johnson's Fish CampNear
Clewiston this week. Mrs. Davis Mrs. U. C. Wilson was hostess to
..; I between Apri 1 and 10 and at that ( Hurricane Gate
/ and children are returning with him of her bridge club at her I II '
: time will be to
't Mr. and Mrs, N. C. Ellis have. returned I expected presenttheir' Clewiston, Fla.
.. and reside in Jacksonville. Wednesday evening N. ,
will home
in inventory foods
': :; from a. two weeks' visit I ;: processed as I Boats and 1\Iotors-Guide Service
:r- Virginia. V. S. Mumford won first prize and of ,March 31 ; 'their sales during Rates Reasonable

r.., ;;;,. ,< s: i Mrs. Flora Deans, who spent sev- Mrs. HA.. Bestor second. The hos-I March; the number of coupons ,on t W. H. Johnson, Mgr t
eral weeks here with Mr. and "Mrs.tW. salad coffeeto
tess served shrimp and
: Stan W. Reeder is spending a two' hand plus any points they may havein
Tak'/; 'weeks' vacation :with' his parents inj"St. G l H. Lanier, returned to Tampa Mrs. J. E. Beardsley Mrs. F. E." .a ration;- bank ,account.With .
, l I I yesterday for a visit with another Conkling Mrs.V. E. Dilley Mrs. .

'-;",;,:r;,: Petersburg; ; I I'I daughter, Mrs. W. W, Chadwick and I I Otto Larsen, Mrs. F. D. Duff, ,,Mrs.; : Our BoysContinued (',

flt : Mrs. J. C. Ziler is visiting her parents -' family. W., C. Owen and Mrs.'N.'V.I S. Mum- .
i't" in Brooklyn, New York, for al ford. Agency
: '. -. ,
Mrs. R. R. Hooks 'and 'Mrs. Bill .
tr short while. ( from Page 2)
! I Hooks will go to Jacksonville 'Sun- BENEFIT PARTY OF Flowers delivered here at' no ;;,
'fJfr; : I Gulfport, Mississippi. They'both expect -
extra Other l
day to bring back their motherinlaw JUNIOR CLASS SUCCESS I towns, anywhere ;
Mrs. H. C. Avant and ,granddaughter Overseas service almost immediately -.
i- Mrs. W. W. Hooks, to her homein 1 in U., S. add only cost of
t. ,." Shari Land, are spending .. Both were happy, to be
telegram, ranging from 20to
Fort Pierce. Mrs. .Hooks has been Michigan
,7t" The Bridge, and party,
? this'we'ek with relatives in St. 'Cloud. in Clewiston again and reluctant to 55'cents..' ,
i",">' receiving medical treatment in. Jack- sponsored by the Junior 'Class of- the
); v- sonville for several weeks. School held in leave, but wanted to get on ;with the) !MRS SARAH E. FOUNTAIN
Clewiston High and
:: ;" -. !.' :Miss Mary Neely' is spending the i war, knowing. the work of the SeaBees -
Western Union Office
tiy "week-end in West Palm Beach with the Community Center Thursday I-
:f ," I often must precede even combat
'''' --" : Carroll Freeman, of Buffalo, New evening of last week, ,was a ,successful Day Phone 82 Night 27.91
p. ,J;<: her parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. Wood I troops Best''of luck to you
.t;... ," ;,j eely. '" York, who is spending a vacation in affair. Ten tables- of bridge. both.
,. Miami, and Miss Gwendolyn Brown, players and a large group of Mich-

f'l': Mr., and Mrs. Walter Blake leftthis of South Bay; ,' who has just returned igan players enjoyed the evennig.A -4.
from a two weeks' visit in Miami, ,And leaving by train Wednesday
: s,. week to reside in Miami. Mr. $25 War Bond was won by R. 'I .
ItJt: t.i':; "Blake has been an instructor at were, guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. B. Hart. Prizes were won at cards afternoon were Sandy Bell and John RENTAL HOUSES '
Robbins who to Camp
Brown Monday-evening. reported ,
; by Mrs. Gene Powers, Mr. and Mrs.
Riddle Field for several months.'
( Blanding yesterday. Both boys went) of 3Irs. Viola Stone's Estate are
W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, C. ,
;: ', Miss Florence Graham was surprised volunteers.. Betty Bell as chief in charge of Mrs Jewel ,Hooker. .
ii'/:: : Dr. C. E. Weaver of LaBelle was W. Fuller, M. M. Prewitt, J. F. Mor
clerk of the selective service board, Two now vacant.
with short visit from her
a rison, Mrs. A.. L. Burke Mrs. R. M.
; J&< visitor in Cle jston Thursday. Dr. ; '
:. Weaver, who is county school superintendent -' brother Lt. Jesse Graham, Jr., who Hare, Jr., and Mrs. E. C. Mills. I has seen many a group off to camp, SEE MRS. HOOKER
: :> is an instructor at Carlstrom Field, The class committee served de-I but they were just rehearsals for concerning them.
visited the school.
1(1; I the main show. We be hear-
: ,- Arcadia. Lt. Graham and a stu- licious refreshments at the conclusion -J hope'to
J. : were and i I ing from both Sandy and John before
dent on a' training flight
111'::< Mrs. Bill Hooks, of Ocean Springs, of play. '
landed at Clewiston for a short visit long, and hope a nice break will
;Y ::>' Miss., arrived Wednesday for'a The Juniors wish to express sincere
returning 'to. I come along to recompense John for
before 'thanks to all who in makingthe
;' week's visit with her sister in-law, helped missing ,the Marines.
Mrs.r R. R. Hooks.r party a success., Particularly do
i ,. _. ... ..I WANTED to buy s second-hand babplay' >
: PARTY CELEBRATES 9TH they wish to thank the
Iri ;,: '' Mrs. A. B.. Farabee of Fort 'Myers BIRTHDAY OP 'EMMA EZELLE Band B Grocery, The Seminole, the I IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? i i Jones, Phone pen with 19. floor. Mrs. H. CK,

. .. .f\. spent a few days in Clewiston this U. S. S. C. Commissary, The Tog-

J ,:".,,:;.,.,' "'_':'" ?:: week, withherdaughterr.117rs: : ."...W.E.:, Emma: Jane..Ezelle ,celebrated her gery Shop, Padgett's Sundries Clew- -.' -:"' -_ r -.....;"-- .J_ ..... -
t- -" ;Bryant. I ninth birthday with a party at....the iston Furniture and Appliance Store, .,f,,\-'-

f>"";' ,-, home ,of her parents, .Dr. and Mrs. Royal, Jay W. Moran, C. R., Bittingand I. v

,'f.ti .:- ,E. H. Holstine:returned Wednesday ; 'J..W. Ezelle, yesterday' afternoon. A Mrs. R. Y. Patterson.COMMUNITY .',;f :. ,,:','. '

;' :{(,:,' '.. from Slippery: Rock, Pennsylvania peanut hunt ;'was held and prizes J.
r.: }. ,: where he was called, by the awarded to Eleanor Von Mach and CHURCH "

":""&;fit,,:' death_ of his father,. E. H. Holstine; Bill Lee" winners. Games included John N. Montgomery, Minister

tjt; .: : ,Sr., last Thursday. Jump :Rope and Building the Castle .

ty ffi .: ''' :.; Mrs. Ezelle was' assisted in enter- 9.-45-Church School.

i"1. ':::' : Mr. and,Mrs. R. Y.. Patterson have taining by Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs.F. .\ 11:00-Morning Worship. ,Subject,
r?. :, : .. returned from a business visit inJacksonville. E. Conkling and Mrs. Roger "Keeping Them Ringing.." '-

( '.' I .* Mrs. Patterson went Weeks. Favors of marbles and min- 6:30-Junior Christian Endeavor. .

"Bri-.>' ,: .on; to Pensacola v for a short visit iature vases were' given-the guests. 7:30-Evening Worship. Subject,

,I I" ,,with relatives white, away. I Refreshments of ice cream and cup "The Religion of a Healthy Mind."

I capes were served. The birthday :i Sunday )js EVERY MEMBER ENROLLMENT -
ijr' ;\, ,, E. Sinclair Knight, Jr., who is in, cake was decorated. with candles and II' SUNDAY. All members

'1.-'" fi' 'the: Army Air Corps, has just been! a "V.. and friends are asked to bring their
assigned ,to the school in I Guests were Patsy Meredith, Anne ,
:v' gunnery; pledges of interest, prayers, and financial 4
2 ," .. : Fort Myers for further' training. Prewitt, Eleanor Von' Mach, Rachel suppor tto be consecrated at

',L '. C He recently completed five months Miner, Joan Harris, Helen' Espen-! the services Sunday.We .

v' ,,: "in Goldsboro, N. C., and was sent to laub, Ann Slonaker, Shirley Owen, welcome members of all de-

.>: Maryland for a few weeks special May Ann Cushman; Elissa Mueller, I nominations to join with 'us 'in wor- L I

f::': i., training. Mrs.; Knight, who has been Sue Cornette; Nancy Powers, Tommy i. ship from week to week. If you

..!' : visiting her sister, Mrs. Gilbert Walton, ,Billy Brooks, Bill Lee, Joe. have no regular place of worship in

:y.;;j ", 1; Davis, in Delray' Beach, is here with Schroeder, Freeda Bartlett and Pat [I the community make this church

: 'rj't:: ::'- "r. and Mrs. E. S. Knight, Sr. Bailey. I your church.
'' II
L . I The session is asked to meet after

,...:-:-:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:.,:..:-:..:-:..:..:-:-:..:-:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:-:-:..:-:..: :.:. the evening service Sunday. It is

"C- J.. .:. important that all elders be' present.

\\ ': ::1: CLEWISTON" l Mother's 'Club Works I

: : ; GOLF COURSE On Various ProjectsThe :;;
; .. ,.. / _

': 't The Mothers Club of the Com- ;...
a : S :
i : I School met the
munity Sunday at
e' >-
t,:... ._. ., ,.
.." ', \. ": "I ,. .: Community Center for a business and .' z
: social meeting last evening; Mrs. C.

J' !.I I E, Johnson presided': : the meetingand
', Do you get a thrill out of,sinking'a 12 .
.r, ; ; Mrs. ::H.: C. Jones and Mrs C. W. .
/ : I
Lingham hostesses.Mrs. .
; were
:: or 16-foot putt? \ ''
:: ; G. H. 'Brown led a short devotional -

.;,',- ," I' ,- ', :t i: :.,,*,';._ J.: The club program.decided to accept the .L'e1' BREAK BOTTLENECKSa

: : :: THE GREENS :: sponsorship of a twelve-year-old girl
: : ARE ALMOST;: LIKE at the Methodist Children's Home at
BuA. S
.I I.'t' 'Benson Springs, and Mrs. C. E.

(-'., :;.: A TABLE- TOP :* Gericke and Mrs. W. '''D. Wylie were 2 y. r

",:" '; ;' appointed to take charge'of. this proj- LOADED '
: : like a packhorse-luggage flying, this

; .': Cadets and enlisted A ect.Mrs.. B. T. Vorhees was named good old offender dashes up breathless and
personnel from
'h :1:%: I chairman of the child training pro- LATE. Perhaps he hasn't realized that today's

Riddle Field are invited to play. No chargefor y gram; and a series of studies based'" war travel conditions do not permit such delays.
;' 't : on the Parents' Magazine outline will
:.;;. .. 1 'be followed.The Fighting men and war workers must be moved

::: green fees *j* club will hold its on schedule-and that means time must not be

'' .h. .A:. I Easter party for the 1 annual wasted at buff stops if schedules are to be rriain-

.; ,. .:- nursery children this year. Mrs. Otto
: Larsen, Mrs. E. J. Casper and Mrs.f tamed
f' 'E. Pro. ::::1
\. ; -
: X. C. L. McLendon are in charge of the
: : I party. Miller's Drug rR4v
:;: i
,. ,:4. Mrs. W. N., Martin, scrapbook $MIDWFI FfK'Nih
1ve.nmi Store F
'* chairman, asked each member to p M
bring a snapshot of. herself and TtMF

" 1:i : YEARLY MEMBERSHIP t=: also children to present to the a suggested next meeting name, and for Canal Point, Florida s U t r q E

1 ,. !t. DAILY GREEN FEES the scrapbook.The 'club distributed. 10 Red Cross /

operating gowns among the membersto
... .........
i i < :-: : : :--:-:0:0.:0.. .:' be sewed for the local production .


ter. ., :: -. -- -- ------ -' __ I-
-- .- -
.:\-).. -- FOUR

Clewiston at 9:00 A.. :M., under the{ .;r than 7:50-20 permitted without! NOTICi TO CREDITORS

Fitness In Clewiston Schools direction of Mr. J.. E. Beardsley, ration certificate. 1 fled You and and each required of you to are present hereby not any(

Physical Program manager of ,the Everglades Drainage I claims and demands which you or
AutomobileNew either of you may have against the
District. estate' of Mrs Viola Stone deceased
By Principal R. W. TURK Luncheon, probably in Miami.. 1941 models may be pur- late of said county, to the County
Judge of Hendry County, Florida, at
NOTE: ,Due to transportation chased by mere filing statement of LaBelle, Florida within ,eight (8) cal
I I conditions, conveyances on this trip need with dealer; 1942 models list- endar months from the date of the

from Last Week) Mile ......u.r.-.......<...<.......1 0 Min.' .will have to be held to an: absolute ing at more than. $1,500 and con- first claim publication or demand of must this be notice.in writingand Each '
(( I Javelin .................................30 Yds. minimum which, of course' is' not vertibles may be sold on ration certificates must state the place of residenceand
activities in ...........:........40 feet in rapid survey to needing car and post office address of the claimant
We have a variety of Discus ................. without advantage a anyone 'and must be sworn to by the claimant,
,*wtiich the boys may participate. A Dash (100 yards) ..................13' Sec. and study' of this nature. I not having "serviceable car" if en- his agent, or his attorney or' the same I
Javelin, : .. .. ..... 3 Min. Belle Glade High gaged gainful employment will become void according to law.
'few are as follows: Shot, Obstacle Course ..... ... Auditorium,- or war This. the 11th day of :March, 1943.
IJiscus, Soccer, Boxing, Wrestling, Groups D E F % 'I School. or welfare work; other 1942 models ,Signed:
Basketball, Touch Football, RelaysMile RequiredChin NOTE: Dinner at ,,8:00 P. M. may be sold on ration certificates to [ Executrix JEWEL STONE of the HOOKER Estate of

Run, Softball, Volleyball. .........................'..............15 I After dinner' discussions by' Dr.. H. person eligible for "C" gasoline 1 I I No. 10-Mar.Mrs 12 Viola, 19, 26 Stone, April, deceased.2; 9, 1943.NOTIi .

Obstacle Course, Push Ups .............................10 H, Bennett, chief Soil Conservation rationsNEGRO
One of the best conditioners and Rope Climb _..... .':!!..?.:? ........,...10 feet Service, Washington, D. C., and Mr.

skill developing activities is "the obstacle Leg Lifts ...........:....<..............25 I John Baker (with colored movies of IS KILLEDAT ': 'OF Ai'i'i.iovrio.v: :..

: course. At the end of each Sit Ups .........::..._.__..:............ ..5 0 Everglades::: conditions), Executive SHAWNEE FARMS \ TAX mn-n
Senate lilll IGIJ:
( No.
physical education period each Standing broad jump ...............- 4 feet I Secretary National Audobon Society,, '

group must go completely through Mile .......................:...............,.15 Min. New York. (Moore Haven Democrat) NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the student-made obstacle course. Dash (50 yards) ...................10 Sec. A verdict of justifiable homicidewas I J. C. Jackman holder of Tax Certifi
I cates 453 of 1928 457 of 1928 461. of
This course was constructed from Obstacle ,Course *.... .... __......._.... -Min.{ R, A TI0NI.N"0CALENDAR. returned by a joronerjs'; :; jury 1928 229 of 1940 224 ,of 1938 has filed
Justice same )jn my office and has made appli-
old lumber salvaged around the examination 'Require empanelled by of the' Peace
The final cation for a tax deed to be issued _
.school. yard and town. :Most of the ments have not as yet been com- W. B. Harris last week to investigatethe thereon. Said certificates embrace.the
construction work was done by thlagriculture order to make them more killing of a negro, Robert Rivers, following described property in the.
piled. In County of Hendry, State of Florida, to-
class. The, course is not difficult the requirements will be alias Robert Davis, by another negro, wit:

completed as' yet, but; we hope to raised. Groups ABC being the Fuel Oil % Will Brown, at Shawnee Farms on S\VJi of SE% Section 22, Township .-
'mid-term The No. 4 will be ac 28.According 44 S.. Range 32 E; '
have finished by Only coupons February '
it mature boys
older and more NEI4 of SWyt Section 28, Town-
.complete course is 110 yards long harder requirements than Groups cepted for oil from now until April to the best information ; .ship 44 S.. Range 32 E; .,

'with two sides. Thus a' boy must DE .F. 6 as the No. 3 coupons became ,invalid available Rivers wife had' left: "him ship NW101''44 S., NW Range% Section 32 E: 32, Town-
; "
travel 220 yards before he finishes;; is Feb. 26.: Consumers given less and taken up with Brown. Duringa I SEli of NW and N1/- of NE%. .
How much good our program Section 34, Township 41 S.,. Range'
'50 yards ,of the return side is yet in REALLY doing we can't say.. How- than 200 gallons for the year can use week-end spell of drunkenness, 32 E; ,

rthe making. v\,:' i toughening up; all coupons now by exchanging them Rivers went to Brown's house with.' The assessment of the said property
:': ever, all boys are at the rationing under the said certificates issued was
obstacle is-U;: 20-foot for current ones a knife and inflicted several
The first : the thin are gaining weight and severe' in the name of J. 'H. Baird Estate. ,:'
'ladder which is climbed boy drops the fat losing. The number of'' board. slashes before Brown? got away and I Unless said certificates shall be re.-1; ,
pile'oC', sand- --.- ,': for his His first deemed according to law the property
and rolls in soft -continues colds has decreased so far this ye'arover : ran gun. shot js.'I described ,therein will be sold to the
on Jo six 4 %' 'foot'hurdles the last two years and from Shoes I r said to have been fatal ,I: highest bidder at the court house
the first Monday in the dOOi'
then hits the dirt and crawls on are June 15 No. 17 stamp in War '
parents' reports the participants IN Tim COUNTY .nrum-rs COURT ii?- April 1943, which Is the 5th ,. .
his stomach for 40 yards under ,16iiic'h -, eating them out of house and home Ration Book No. 1 is, good for one AM KOR IIKMIIIY"COUNTY, FIOR. _' April 1943. -.
Dated this 4th day of March
'obstacles. Leaving this he We will gladly furnish any definite pair until June 15. Families may IDA ., .(SEAL,) WILLIAM T. HULL 1943.; I I.;
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has 20 yards to get 'up speed and of all. menbers: 'of I Clerk'of Circuit. Court of .N'
or detailed information on any pool the coupons In Re: ESTATE OF MRS. VIOLA Hendrv ,County, Florida.. I.
leap 12 feet over a 3 foot deep pool game or activity. However, it is the family. Each person entitledto STONE, deceased. March 5, 12. 19. 26. !\,

tfeet away his next obstacle is ann consulted and studied first. I

fodt solid wall. Once over this 1. Physical Education in Elemen- Mileage, Gas, Tires -- --
"he must'travel 25 yards swinging in '
tary Schools Bulletin No. 21. March 21-No. 4 gas coupons in
his hands from a ladder,, '
the air by 1
2. Physical Education in Secondary A books expire. Help America's-Air Force .
'then on to two 15 foot (length) ]
Schools, Bulletin No. 5. March 31-Deadline for inspec i
5 inch wide rails (3 feet from the War Bonds
to Victory-Buy
holders made
be secured from the tion of tires of A, book ,
ground) for teaching balance while Both can '
running. He finishes back to the State Department of Education. every six months.

starting point after a 30 yard dash. Sugar and CoffeeMarch
This remaining 30 yards will have .
15-Stamp No. 11, good
'other obstacles constructed later. In Soil Science-
for three pounds of sugar, expires.
"traveling through this course we en-
March 21-Stamp No. 25 good for
SPEED. After a boy is '
courage (Continued from Page 1)Of one pound of coffee, expir s. If you
through he falls in line and marches
its soils and rational handling:of have a No.. 1 ration book, issued to
sack to the school building where he '
its natural water supply, R. V. A1-- some member of your family who was t r 'a ifOFIICIAI
Is dismissed. Any boy receiving
lison. 14 years of age when the book was s r t
scratches from the day's activity
Announcements-Luncheon( at 'a issued, you can now use stamp No
must ,to the principal's office for
nominal price will be served by the 25 from that book for an additional
'treatment or checking before taking
Women's Society at the M. E. Com pound of coffee., Heretofore, books INOTOORAiM

Shower. munity Church, in addition to ser issued to 1'4-year-'olds have not beet
We believe that a boy uses every U, t. ARMY \
vice available at local ) valid for coffee. AIR CORM
muscle in his body when traveling Tuesday P. .M., Belle Glade.
"through this course. It is hard but Problems Fruits and Vegetables I
Accomplishments and BIG ,AND POWERFUL !
-fun. At first the boys didn't see of Administrative Agencies Con Canned, frozen, dried product!

'any point in the obstacle course,, cerned With the Conservation and being sold on "point" coupons o:: I I

but within! a few' ;:weeks they themselves Use of Everglades Soils. ration book No. 2. Blue A, B anc Your savings account can be big and ;

could see their' Improvement Introduction-W. Turner Wallis,' C coupons valid during March. Al

:old "development. 1 chairman., 'I so includes canned and dried soups powerful, too, thru small, I

Tests Okeechobee Flood Conrtol District,, and canned baby foods (except mill I'
"Each month boys are required to Mr. Ben Herr.- and cereals.) See point values o regular savings tl! or more e'

heck themselves on various tests., U. S. Engineers, Mr. C. C.. Sen-- different products and package size; .
Using their Individual Fitness Club i rontz. in stores. No restriction on fresl .pens your savings account

'Card.. They J keep a record of 'each I I Everglades Fire Control District,, fruits and vegetables?
month's score. '
Bender.Subdrainage .
Mr. Guy

Two final examinations- are required -i Districts Adjacent to Other Start The New Year Right

of each boy. He must satisfy I Lake Okeechobee, Mr. H. A. Bestor., Sale of canned fish and cannei ;;

this requirement in order to receive' Lake Worth, Drainage District. meat ,is prohibited until meat ra I I:

credit in physical education. I Mr. R. T. Lingle.Everglades 'I tioning begins, which is expecte<

Mid-Term Examination i Drainage District, Mr March 28. Rationing of butter another <

Groups -ABC I J. E. Beardsley. edible oils, canned milk I I mwniim ;

Required General Discussion.' II expected later. War production boar ,

Chin .........................................25 Speakers to be announced later. and coffee of price administratioi IwCS II

Push Ups ...................v......._...15 Tuesday Evening, Clewiston' -,.I have made no plans to ration cloth, 'I

Hope Climb ...........................15 feet Dinner and continuation of discussions ing. v 1 I NCI ,
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Leg Lifts ...............................50 'and conferences. -
.Sit Ups ...................'............:.100 Wednesday Morning, March 18.-: Tires _
'Standing broad jump' 5 feet Everglade inspection trip for ,statE Recapping with reclaimed' rubbe

'Shot .............................>..._....30 feet:I and other officials to start froir L camelback'permitted for tires, small ,

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