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 19, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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The Red Cross War Fund Drive Is On. Give Double This Year






'. Walkout At Sugar 'I House I-Big Crowd Attends .II COMMISSION AGAIN 3,000 ACRES LANDIN

St. Patrick's DanceThe


Lasts For One
.1': Only people of Clewiston and vicinity -

experienced a most enjoyable< SOLD LAST WEEKThe

c party on Wednesday evening, namely I ,

Workmen Seek Action the St. Patrick's Day dance at the<
; Cadet Club BeingOrganized '
Suearland I Park Auditorium. I' E. E. Kelly and W. C. Owen, rep sale of some 3,000 acres of

On Wage Demands I Here Especially fine music was provided -I resenting' the Clewiston Voter's League lands in Diston Island Drainage District -

.. : and the diversified program included o ,, met Tuesday' with 'the board of was completed last Thursday
-.> ... From Labor Board I 0 I ._ two Irish ballads sung by] county' commissioners in special session I,night after the sale had been postponed

(' II'', American, and RAF cadets at Riddle Miss Geneva Thlelen. I at LaBelle to again discuss redistricting I a ,week to straighten out a

-I'I'I I Field will have a weekend Club The twenty-five dollar Victory j I of ,' the county. Nothing I misunderstanding relative to the tax-

Workmen at the sugar house and': Room 'of% their own in Clewiston and bond was won .by Jack Martinez, and definite was accomplished and the ,jes cancelled by the sale. ,
PMS returned to work Thursday the door prize, a basket of groceries, board adjourned until next Tuesday
the II the city is turning the Community .I I The sale was held at the office of
morning after a one-day "walk-out" Center over to them for their exclusive was won by Louis Wethington. Nov when it will again meet to discuss, J. M. Couse, secretary and co-re

which is said to have been called by use Saturday and Sunday afternoons elty prizes were given during the< ;, the issuesj I ceiver of the district in, Moore Haven..

-" union officials because of the : evening. j The Clewiston committee drew
delay 'and evenings. The opening I At the meeting on the previous
of the War Labor Board -in, negotiateing of, the club will take place Saturday The party is one of the events annually up a plan more than a month ago Thursday night the question had

their demands for wage afternoon at five 'o'clock.On I sponsored by parishoners of which, was presented to the board, I arisen as to whether the bids for_the

creases, pending since the in-"I the week-end the public use of!! St. Margaret's Catholic Church and setting up tentative boundary lines lands advertised-'were to cover 1942
; harvest. was enjoyed by one of the largest and to divide
of. the present ..the Community Center will be dis- t attempting the county taxes or whether lands were being
at I. crowds ever to have attended such I as equally as possible on the basisof sold taxes.
The workmen left their jobs continued and the room reserved for subject' to 1942 As only

6:00 Wednesday morning but agreed the cadets and their guests. an event' here., both area and population. This two of the three supervisors, J.. Ev

that a skeleton force could remainat still in plan called for two of the districts Frierson apd Glen H. Williams, were
for the club
The plans are
-: work until such sugar as was then being in the Clewiston end of the present it was decided not to take action -

in process could be finished ,up. eral the formative weeks ago stage when, but' some began of sev-the ,(, SOIL SCIENCE GROUP county and ,a third taking in a portionof on the bids until R. Y. Patterson .

Union officials are then said to have Clewiston and LaBelle. They the third supervisor, could be
cadets visiting in Palm Beach dis-
dispatched a telegram to the regional based their plea for a better repre- contacted for an opinion on the issue
I cussed with friends there their de-
i office of ,the WLB asking' for immediate sire for a Clewiston lounge. Mrs. MET WITH KIWANISAT sentation from Clewiston on the fact and the sale was: postponed for a
'J' action. that TO per cent of the, taxes of the week.
Ira NeSmith, who lived in Clewistonfor
". ', The, result of this 'I has county are paid here and that Clew-
During the week the supervisorsgot
a short time several years ago,
: '"been learned but it understood later visited the field with a' friend. INN WEDNESDAYClimaxing I jiston has 55 per cent of the population together and decided that the

that the WLB answered that if the | and 43 per cent of the voting
These called on Mrs. E. L. Stewartin lands should be sold with taxes for
,'; ..' back to work the negotiations strength as shown by ,the 1940 election -
, '; ,:: y men went Clewiston and asked if some of I 1942 ,and prior years cancelled
;, 4 would be completed in ten days. one of the, most interesting returns.
the ladies here would be interested,' :which was the basis upon which bids
t j It seems that when the mill workers and instructive meetings ever A majority of the commission is
in work out for a club had been made so all bids were accepted -
: helping plans
: f first organized, before the beginning '' held by the Soil Science Society, of I said to have objected to the fact that in short order at
I Thursday
cadets. A
for the was hastily
i \ of this harvest season, their called for group and Florida, in Belle Glade Wednesday,, three of the .districts touch Clewiston night's meeting.The .
together the
purpose I
; I demands for certain wage increases many members of the society came rand indicated that they would prob-

, ; I were approved by the sugar corporation met with Mrs. NeSmith, RAF cadets on to Clewiston to meet with the Ki- ably favor only two districts' for this largest sale" was 1700 acres,
Woodhams and and U. S. approximately to C. A. Thomas who
'I. Campbell ,
wanis Club at their end of the
, i I but an edict of the government Wednesday even- county.
I Army cadets *Weber "and Zuhm. had already made a deal to disposeof
: : about that time prevented the employees -' 1 ing dinner meeting at the Clewiston County Attorney H. A. Rider was
Present at this meeting were Mrs. these holdings to B. F.' Wood
;: negotiating with the employer Inn and to hold a night session at Instructed to write the attorney general -
+ Stewart, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. ward, Lake Placid lumberman, who
: D.I,
except through the War Labor the conference room in the Sugar I for an opinion as to proper
) ;:, Duff, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, already has extensive development
Board. Such cases were so frequent Office building. legal procedure should steps be taken
Mrs Gene Powers 'and Mrs. Wilkins. I : plans underway for an improved cat-
\.,:' ;. that the Washington office, could not The Inn dining room was filled to toward redistricting. If the peopleof '

: .' handle all applications and, regional Chairs, tables, radio, Victrola records capacity' by the crowd, 'Wednesday districts outside of Clewiston objected tle range and has'sold a portion of

I:.,. ; set-ups jvere proposed to. handle dishes, etc., were contributedby evening and it was estimated th tth'ere to changing the lines and his holdings to Guy Su1lfvan'and

', ::;F' : smaller, cases. For some reason ladies in Palm Beach and are be- were more than sixty visitorsin might petition against redistricting, Gregg Maxcy of Lake Wales. This

!':k : these regional set-ups have been ing brought out and placed in the the Soil Science group: Following an' alternative plan, suggested Mr. tract lying east of highway 67 and

" :" 't-; slow in beginning to function. room today.: Local ladies are con- the dinner Dr. R. y. "Allison, of'I Kelley, or solution, would be to elect bounded on the south by Nine-Mile

( Union officials said ,that the walkout tributing some twenty cakes for refreshments the University of F'lorlila: : called attention commissioners for all districts on a Canal has a considerable' e ,quantity of

.- .":, :...:,; was not directed toward: ',:the on_ the-V: ?eiiihb night, and to the evening ''session! and I county-wide vote,_, y ,., : good muck: land, a portion of which

': ,:' sugar' corporation,' as the corporation some of the ladies coming from Palm urged the attendance of as many I The commissioners, said that they has been recently' planted" to cabbageby

r; had signified" its willingness to Beach are' bringing additional ,refreshments *. Kiwanians as could be present. The,1: :would. agree -to Mr. Kelly's proposal ll) Mr. Thomas.

I negotiate with the men- for pay increases with them. local club' dispensed with ,a business I I provided commissioners' were elected W. S.; Bowdon purchased 400

",' but was called simply to get Some definite program of spon- session and many of them attendedthe i i i for four_year terms but it was acres, which is a 'portion at'that;

.. j 'some action from the"'WLB. soring hostesses will be worked out meeting. ed out by Rep. E. L. Stewart paint-I which he has been farming south :of"

t F ; A delay of several days in operation :with members 'of the various Wo- Dr. H. H. Bennett, chief of the I attended the. meeting that the four Benbow Village across the No; ,,1

: ; I' of the sugar house would, how- mens organizations in Clewiston tak- Soil Conservation, Service of Washington -I Continued on page 8) feeder' canal of the district. ,

ever, have reacted in the field, forcIng ing week-end turns. was the speaker and gave his, I John Tiedtke cleared 600 acres in

; 'a cessation of operations there. impressions of Everglades conservation -1 Large Group of Colored I the district upon 'which he has hada ,
: It was feared that if this happened Tire Certificates For problems as they had been pre- claim' for several' years and. has

colored laborers would leave their sented to the meeting in Belle Glade Men Leave For BlandingA been farming .

jobs and it would be impossible to Month of during the day.. This was followedby I The Essex Investment' Company
,continue harvest operations on the a talk by'' John Baker, ,Executive (formerly .i\'ripel\a' Farms Com-

} present scale when the walkout was Director of the National Audubon large group of negro inductees pany), represented by F. Deane

is over. .. ration board lists the follow Society who discussed the present from Hendry County left here this Duff of Clewiston, cleared taxes on

ing certificates for tires and tubes and future of wild life conditions in I morning for Camp Blanding. In- 109 acres in the Liberty Point see-

: Officials Report On issued during the month of February the area and showed a full-length cluded in the group are a number of I tion.

: color movie,.of bird and animal life transfers from other boards. Smaller sales were made to Mrs.

I of the 'glades. .I Those ordered to V., Gram, thirty and George
Inductees Is Given Grade 1: passenger tires: Gulf' Oil report were: acres

Corp. 1; Joe Priest 1, U. S. Sugar,] Most of the group spent the night: Freddie Albert Spivey of Tampa; '.Saunders_ acres. .

Corp. 'lightweight truck tires F. L.1 here and Thursday morning at nine Willie Adams, LaBelle; Lonnie Cole- It is expected that further sales

The local Selective Service Office !Williamson 2, M. H. Sharpe 2. started on an inspection trip of -they I man, Felda; Owen Marshall, Belle! will be held in the near future per-

: announces the 'following official disposition Grade Two Passenger Tires: W. S.I Everglades, this trip being under. the; Glade; Jerry Hix, Jr., Buffalo, N. mitting the clearing up of delinquenttax

of the last group of white Bowdon 2, Angeline Smith 1, Joe direction of J. E. Beardsley, general Y.; Willie Jefferson, failed to receive liens on much of the property in

inductees sent to Camp Blanding: Floyd 1, Robert M. Johnson 1. I manager of the Everglades Drainage his orders to' report; Pleas this district. A new law permits the

14 Ray Sullivan, .accepted by Marines t District.. Anthony, Fort Myers; Willie Welch, cancellation of all back taxes by

fl t. ; Sandy Bell, John Robbins and Golf Grade 1, Farrell Three Cochran Tires: Lyman 1, U. S. H.S. Clewiston speakers at the Belle Belle Glade; Leo Frank Edw'ards/,/ bidding an amount equal at least to

' L| -Quentis Fountain, accepted by Army; ( C. 2, R. H. Crawford 1, Emanuel Glade meeting were H. A. Bestor, transferred to Camilla, Ga., .1 two years delinquent taxes. Prevlously -
i Richard Arthur Trenary, rejected; who spoke on problems Smith, transferred to Columbus, Ga.; it had been nece'ssary to pay
and accomplishments
Zigler -
I, ,Ralph D. Lister .1 ,H. Prid- I
Louis Samuel Ballard, accepted by in the Albert Taylor Clewiston; William all delinquent taxes to acquire tax
1 Willie Morton 2 '
gen Fait New-
j ; Navy; Elbert Alexander Thigpen, accepted districts, and J. E. Beardsley who Sam Massey, transfer from Ensley, title to any property', in the district.
i Reynolds
some Hattie Archie 1, J. C. -
. ,'- [h: by Army; Ivan Hall, Dick ,, 2, D. ,G. Alston 2. told of the forward steps recently Ala.; John B., Stone, from Jackson,

i '.' Small, Elmer Messer and Elman Passenger Recaps: Will Wallace taken by the Everglades Drainage Tenn.; Jesse Hunter, from Thibo- Orange Bowl Game In
{ I Trowbridge, Jr., all of.LaBelle, rejected District. daux, La.; Elow Smith, from At-
o. ,,1, H. C. Hook 1, W. T. Fisher 1, ,,
: ; Lloyd Arlin Wilson. transfer I lanta, Ga.; Robert Dinwiddie, from
: Robert Howard 2, A. J. Reese 2i I II Benefit Movie Here
from Norfolk, Va. accepted by Union City Tenn.; Harden Wil'
Johnnie Harney 1, R. Y. Patterson Recruiting "Cruiser" To
j'L Army; Perry Eugene Duke, transfer I I limns, from Americus, Ga.; James B.
1, E. B. 2
Phillipe Geo. Thomas 1,
\ l II ; from Arkansas, rejected; Clarence Hollinger from Fort Gaines, Ga.; W. Owen of the
C. president
i i Walter Holmes 2, J. T. Paul 2, B. L. Be Here On
B. MondayThe
; Smith, transfer from Bronx, N. Albert Lee Sistrung, from Union
, Williams 1. John Barton 1, R. N. I Clewiston Kiwanis Club, stated ,this
11; : Y., ,accepted by Army; Jerry Green- Springs; Ala.; Benjamin Maxwell,
: berger transfer (I McLaughlin 1, L. E. Thompson 1, morning that the Orange Bowl Committee -
:" to Okeechobee, no from Savannah Ga.; Marion Wil-
', Cullie Douglas 2, H. T. Dadford 1, I huge 11-ton recruiting"cruiser"
y: official I had release
report but promised to a
understood to have born, transfer from Thomason, Ga.;
W. H. Johnson 1, Mattie L. Hilton unit from district head
'l been rejected James Daniel from Tuscaloosa, Ala film of the New Year's Day game and
I I 2, Farrell Cochran 1, D. G. Alston quarters in Miami will roll into Willie Pierce from Waynesboro, Ga., festivities for showing by the local

It i ii' Kerosene Permits Good 2, C. H, Berner 2, R. H. Crawford 4, Clewiston Monday, March 22, to and Shelby Martin from Marion, Ark. club at an early date.
,Emanuel Zigler 1, J. L. Tindale 1, bring the story'of the Navy's needof
I This is a 1600-foot ,film which
R. J. Reese 1, L.A. Brannen 2"E.. L. WAVES and SPARS to release
\ Until They Are Used I runs some forty-five minutes and
Suggs 1.Passenger. men from shore duty for sea duty Negro
,, shows, in color, the spectacular pre-
Tubes: C. Wheeler 2, with the rapidly expanding United I

'I.: ; Consumers will not have to re:I Gulf Oil Corp. 1. Lyman H.,Golf, Jr. States Fleet., I Destroyed By Fire,'game game between pageant, Boston the entire College exciting and
register for kerosene when their I 1, Joe Priest 1, Farrell Cochran 1, Captain of the crew of, the
and the drills and
Alabama military
:l' present permits expire unless they W. S. Bowdon ,2, E. H. Hargraves 1, I er" in charge of securing WAVES ,
other activities between halves. In
I I. have used up, all their coupons, ac- N. G. Archer 1, U. S, S. C. 2, Ange-", and SPARS is Ensign Ruth 'J. The volunteer fire, department was addition to this film other features
: cording to a bulletin received from t' line Smith 1 Joe called to Harlem Saturday night too
j-( Floyd 1, Walter i West Palm Beach resident, who is .
I II will be added round out most
to a
late to the total loss of
the prevent
OPA by the local rationing board. I Rogers 1, Mattie Hilton 1, A J.I i attached to District Naval Officel"
[ Otherwise, the message advises, Reese 1, R. Y. Patterson 1, E. F. Procurement Office in Miami ,I two-room negro houses owned by W. II interesting program. '.
consumers up'all Phillipe 1, R. N. McLaughlin 'M. Tobias but did prevent the spreadof The Kiwanis Club feeling that
: i' s may use coupons'they J 1, W. "Women are needed in e\'ery'[
the flames to other houses in the everyone would wish to see this picture -
/ 'j, possess before turning in the I 1H. Johnson 1. phase of naval work," Ensign Meyer'recently
even those who attended the
,1.-: stubs and applying for another per- Truckand Bus Tires: U. s Sugar I stated, "and vicinity. i
we are anxious
", mit. The houses were Uvo that had been game,arranged to get it as a benefit
J The new ration coupons then I Corp. 6, F. Deane Duff 5, Strickland to interview every applicant 'n I
f issued 'J bought in Sears and, moved to Clew for the" th'"underprivileged' fund.
f.-! will expire Sept. 30, which is Lumber Co. 2. this area to explain to her where'she The place of showing will be an>
i the end of the kerosene ration Truck and Bus Recaps F. D. iston.
;; year. / can fit into the WAVES or | nounced la .
i-t Most permits now In use expire Duff 6, Parkinson's, Inc. 2, Herring SPARS." I During the week the fire depart- I il er.hAunEX

/Fyn: March 31, but holders will use up and Hudspeth 2. Experience is not absolutely ne- ment has twice been, called to grass CLUB Nr'XTVEEJ{
?!: what coupons they have Truck and Bus Tubes; fires In the vicinity but no damage '
according : J. A. Mc- i cessary. The Navy will train women, ,
': to the new order. Gehee 1, Paul Emerichvi, F. D. : between the ages of 20 and 36 for I was reported. I I Members of the Garden Club are-,

Christmas is celebrated with Duff 1, Inter-County Telegraph and specialized work as enlisted person-'I "Easter Seals." similar to "Christmas reminded of the monthly meeting

picnics and trips in the Telephone Co. 2, Herring and net Two years'of high school Seals," will be sold this year to :which will be held 'next Thursday

Ausffalia' open In. speth .2, Strickland Lumber'Co. HUd-1 training. or business school educa provide funds for the care of crip- "afternoon at three -o'clock In the
S. S. C. 1. '
Ion Page 8) pled children Community Center.



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/' Gems of ThoughtA


iM' OLE 1 LIFE without love in it is

. M SUNDAY like a heap of ashes upon .

.GREGORYv (Lesson a deserted hearth-with the fire

,. fJACK5OM dead, the laughter stilled,. and
GREGORY W.N.U.REIEASE BY HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D. the light extinguished.-Frank -
Bible Institute of Chicago.
.--- -- Of The Moody
simultaneously "That isn't true!" But Aunt Jeni- the ruckus was all about?" he asked. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) P. Tebbetts. *
TUE STORY SO FAR: Arriving "It be good idea." Speaking In case of doubt it is best to
at, the King Cole Ranch, Ann' fer nodded and drew down the corners might a
Jenifer he added: lean to the side of
Early pointedly'to mercy.-
Lee and Cole Cody discovered Old of her mouth. Lesson for March 14
Bill Cole had made two Identical: wills, "I'll give you about two minutes "You were right in what you told mea Legal Maxim.

leaving them all his money and the more to think it over," said Wai while ago. Cal Roundtree and I With her month she was eloquent,

Ranch. Rance Waldron, established at dron.' "That's because if I go shoot have found out a thing or two." Lesson subjects and Scripture by International texts selected As if to her ear an angel bent,

the Ranch since Old Bill's death from a ing your lock off, I'm' apt to wake "Will you step in, Mr. Cody?" Council and of Religious copyrighted Education; used. by Whispering her that she might say

mysterious gun-shot wound, questionedthe of that nosy Roundtree. I'll go to the asked Aunt Jenifer. "You're right permission. The word which wipes all tears away .
sanity of Old Dill and the legality -D. G. ROSSETTI. .
Aunt kitchen and get a hand-ax. welcome.
the Jenifer wills.'stole Late out that and watched Rance helpA They listened for his departing "I'd be glad to do so, ma'am," IN THE UPPER ROOM It is by affliction chiefly ,that

strange lurching man out of the house. footsteps and didn't hear a sound.So said Cody politely, and stepped the heart of 'man is purified,

She awakened Cole and told him what they quite naturally decided that briskly into Ann Lee's room LESSON TEXT John 13:12.20; 1416. and that the thoughts are fixedon

had happened. Together with Cal, the still standing before their the GOLDEN TEXT-Jesus saith unto him, Jam a better state. Samuel
he was and locked
closed '
horsemento Aunt Jenifer and the truth, and the life: no Johnson.
foreman, he trailed the fleeing to trick them into stick- the way,
deserted cabin. Aunt Jenifer, searching door, trying door and wasted no further time one cometh unto the Father, but by me.-
a ing their noses out when he'd be with Ann Lee all
Rance's possessions, heard footsteps. giving Cola Cody, John 146. .
But he ---
ready to pounce on them. her adventureof --- -'- -
ears to take it -
the story.
Now continue had tricked them in another way. handed the TAME Give oil that 'well groomed
the night. She even and crucifixion were just
Calvary Add lustre.
What he had actually done was who read it hair Keep yourUNRULY
Jenkins letter to Cody ahead. Jesus gathered His disciplesfor lying flat. Always use
CHAPTER XIII remove his boots, set them down'gently and then stood there frowning at it time of communion and in- Moroline Hair Tonic. LargerMin
and hurry in his socked feetto a bottle 25c. Sold everywhere.
the kitchen, get the hand-ax and "I don't know what to do aboutit I struction as they spent ,their last

For one stricken instant the adventuresome return. The next thing they heard all," he said at last. "This letter evening together. On the morrow

Aunt Jenifer felt as at and found in his room, and the fact of would come betrayal, but now they Gas StomachRelieved
was his voice, once angry on
she were paralyzed. The his having hid a wounded man in and their Lord were together in the

though and ran likea mocking. ,his room all day, comes pretty close room. in 5 minutes or double money back
she leapt upper
next second "Fooled that time, my pretty When excess stomach acid causes painful suffocatIng -
deer her racing foot- you to pinning Mr. Rance ,Waldron'sears But even here, strife and dissen-. g3 BOUT stomach and heartburn,doctor usually
frightened ; ladies," he jeered at them. "I pulled com-e in. There proscribe the fastest-acting: medicines known for
extraordinarily loud back. He""A sion had apparently 'ym tomaticrelief-medicine like those in Bell-ana
steps sounded ny boots off and made the trip, and difference of Tablets. No laxative, Bell. sl brings comfort In a
in' her own ears as she dashed here I am back with the ax. You man hid in the house all day! was probably some 'UJso ?W"money back on return of bottle
toward the "A wounded man? as to ,who should have the druggists.
Waldron's room gasped Ann Lee. opinion
through iad your chance to run, but it's gone the
corridor. Then an even louder sound Listen to this." Tell me about itl"! place of ,honor. To teach them

struck her ears, a man in the yard low.The hand-ax crashed into the solid "It's my notion," said Aunt Jeni- virtue of humility Jesus gave He contin-theman ACHNG-STiFF! -

running faster than she could run, oak of the door. > fer tartly, "and I reckon it's ColCody's example, after which and
for the outside door of TomGough's that Rance Wal- ued with the precious
making voice cool and impersonal, notion, too,
A found in John 14
the door which are SORE
room. She gained spoke; out of the darkness for it dron and the man he's been hiding, prayer ,

she was heading for and heard the dark where Rance Waldron are the two that held the stage up to. 17.
vas three things For PROMPT relief rub Mus-
and Our lesson presents
other door snapped open, stood; ; he had left his lamp in his yesterday.: Right, Cole? to His disciplesand terole! Massage with this wonderfulCOUNTERIRRITANT"
boots come poundingon. which our gave "
man's heavy 1
.room, making his way by -striking j Cody nodded. to us (see John 17:20)). fresh warm blood to aching actually muscles brings

She fled faster than ever, carryingher "Right, Aunt Jenifer. And more I. Ills Example-"Do as I HaveDone" F. to help break up painful local con
letter in than that, Cal Roundtree feels cer- (13:12-20). gestion.Better than an old-fashioned
hand her
lamp in one !
tain that Tom Gough-that's the washing the
the other. The lamp chimney was The act of Jesus

shaken off and crashed to the floor, man Waldron has been hiding out- disciples' feet placed Him, their Lord 1 '
Is the man who shot old Early Bill. 'the level of the
making a noise, it seemed to her, and Teacher, on
loud enough to wake the dead, but If all of us are right in our guesses, most menial servant. It was an as- "

smoke we'd better watch our steps. But. tonishing thing that He did, lower- strengths.IRRITATIONS
the flame, giving
than light, still burned on and 3 3I if we round these two up and hand ing Himself below' their level to
them over to the sheriff, what can
she must them.
showed her dimly the way serve OF
actually against them? object lesson -
to gain her, own room. She we prove His application of the
go of evidence but call
We've got scraps startling. "Ye
glanced back and saw the man was equally'
it too dark it's mostly guesswork at that. Trya Teacher and Lord, and ye say' acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
after her was me
speeding ; relieve ..
broken-out skin.
man for murder and let the jury learnersand ugly ;
him out said He. Then as home treatment.
back there for her to make well, miseries with simple
knew it must be find him innocent, and you can'tever servants He required of them Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
clearly, but she works the antiseptic Use
haul him into court again. would make healing way.
Rance Waldron, and she could imag- the humility which Black and White Ointment only as di- c.
ine his hard hands choking her to That's the law. them eager to do lowly service in rected.lOc,25c 50c sizes.25 years success.
If by some off chance he thought Money-back guarantee. !ts Vital In
death. His name. cleansing la,good soap. Enjoy famous
she won the that under the circumstances a' con- There are more than enough folk Black and White Skin Snap dally.1IJ1uJSufIeA .
about three yards
By trite Ann Lee would break down and do the nice, pleas-
could who willing to
she are
the time
race. .. But by I plead to be. forgiven, he didn't _as church where they
slip into Ann Lee's room and get ant things in the ?
know his Ann Lee. .
yet quite and praise.All
her key into the lock, he was at her will be, given
door., By the fraction of a second She kept her eyes down and her too scarce are those Christlikefolk aches and pains ol!

she shot the bolt before his hand hands clasped before her, and said who will serve in the hidden RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
touched the knob. meekly, places. where darkness suffering, ,

Ann Lee's "Perhaps, Mr. Cody, that the shot disease and sin make the naturalman .1
Then she sped through
you received this morning was sent recoil in distress or fear. ',I
and to the door that gave
room by Providence to remind one that His Assurance-"If I Go I
upon the corridor, and as she heard I II. "
the spirit of man should never be .
him coming there, too, she got that Will
door locked. ,proud, whereas if you stood out Following His resurrection Jesus' .
in the lamp light and Mr.
There was a heavy silence, then bullet into was to go'to the Father. He wanted /, ,
Waldron popped a you,
voice asking "Is them to be prepared for that time (
Ann Lee's sleepy '
it would probably only show that the fact Size 60c ..,{ :
do- known to them Large Bottled ntu tmiu9i122-Small] '
that you, Auntie? What are you by making "' ,
ing?" you are a bigger fool than he is. of His coming again. In that day AT Ul GOOD DRUG STORES 01 BY MAIL II receipt il pries ..IH: '

t Aunt Jenifer said crisply, "Sit shall be received unto Him- McNEIL DRUG CO.Inc. 'j'i:
voice spokeup own
Then Rance Waldron's 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville.Florida <'i
down, ,Mr. Cody. Seems as though abide with Him forever.
saying curtly yet not over loud, self. to
you're always to save our bacon The second coming of Christ is
"Miss Edwards, I think you had "ii from falling into the fire. Let's havea doctrine held by '
not a strange WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM ::jHOT j\;
if \
better let me come in. Or, you bit of talk shall we?" riding xYOU :
a war little 'of people who are .
like, you might step out here."and "Auntie!" Ann Lee glared at Miss a groups theological hobby.: It is one :: : :
give me_ a word of explanation. IAS
Edwards, using one of the highest- of the most blessed truths of Scripture. -
Waldron" thank shoot it out in the dark?
"Not tonight, Mr. "Want to Christianyes -
grade glares she kept in stock. "For The hope of the
you," said Aunt Jenifer with cred- Or get out of here?" this war talk of yours hadn't we the only real hope of this disordered If you suffer from of "irregularities"hot flashes,dizziness arc- distress
itable calmness. an occasional match. The voice, better step into your room?" world-is the coming of ;weak nervous Irritable, blue at ." ', ;:-;,

Ann Lee sat up in bed. cool and deliberate as it was, sounded -"This suits me fine," said Cody, Christ' to reign. The New Testa times-due to the In functional"middleage" a woman's :-'.: '

"What is it?" she whispered.. ,like that of a man whom it wouldbe and sat down. ment is full of plain and helpfu life-try Lydia period E. Plnkham's Vege- '

"What has happened?" just as well not to antagonize, "There is merit in my niece's suggestion teaching on this subject. table Compound-the best-known '

Again Ranee Waldron spoke, more the voice of Cole Cody, just now Mr. Cody," she said. While we await His coming, then, medicine especially you canbuy for women.today that'smade -:;.

sternly this time. arrived in silence. The words were, "You'll note if you look about you is there any encouragment for us Plnkham's Compound has helped /.'.

"Miss Edwards, I won't stand for merely, that her room is in some disarray; as the burdens bear down and thi thousands upon thousands of women ,
such annoying symp- ,,
He : to
this sort of thing. You come out "What's going on here?" you see the dear child had already way seems long? Yes, says toms.Follow label directions. Pink- -'

here and give me a good explanationor The answer came quickly enough. retired and was fast asleep when "Let not your heart be troubled'v. ham's Compound is worth trying! .' l

I'll smash your door down and '"Oh, Cole! God sent you ,to usl I the fireworks started. My room ( 1). There is little comforted question more tha< :. ':;;f.

come in." That horrid Rance Waldron is try- you'll find as spick and span as I this passage has :
in Scrip-
Aunt Jenifer told her pat little lie ,ing to break our door down!" always am. This way, please." people than any other word

then. "I can't see you, Waldron," said So the three went to the adjoin- ture. foundation for their \}
I "I still have Cal Roundtree's gun, Cody, his tone as steady and deliberate ing room and sat down, Ann Lee haying -" There good heart in a troubled ,:;",'",' '
she said quietly.: before. "From for the composure .,, .!,"
Mr. Waldron, as your ax returned to ,own extra in God and in .OUR '
believe "
"Stick your ugly mug in here and work I can guess pretty close where chair needed. world. They with the Father Cp-Brush"Applicat make"BtACKUAF40GO r" ,". "",

I'll shoot it off." are, though. Want to shoot it "Now for the war talk," said Christ, who is one JUST A MUCH FARTHER :: -. .
."I'll bust your door down; I tell out in the dark? Or stick your tail Cody. He reached for tobacco and Here is to real aught security-infinitely the world can give. DASH f N FEATHERS,. ,:r:1:-

"I know legs and get out I' perior
you, said Waldron. you between your papers. Then at ,the end of the 'road are
haven't any gun., Cody pitched it of here?" "Cal and'I figured the whole thing places. '
eternal dwelling
out into the patio and I saw Round- Rance Waldron took his time in out about as you do. Cal thought it the ::

tree pick it up and holster it and deciding how to answer. might be a good idea to hang the III. His Guidance'1 Am the<
1 ; xi xiJ
carry it off with him. Going to "Shooting it out in the dark, Co- two of 'em right away, and save. Way" ,(w. 4-6).

open up?" dy," he said after due thought, "is bother and fooling around. Maybehe To Christ's declaration that they RUN DOWN ?

"No. Not on your life. And if you sheer luck. I haven't been over lucky, was right. Yet come right downto knew the way, Thomas respondec ,

try it, I'll yell my head off, and of late; if it's the same with you I'd it we don't really know a thing with a request for a definite state-

I've got a voice that'll call the hogs rather take you on by daylight" about either Rance Waldron or Tom ment. He wanted to be sure, anc ,,< i"i"1'

the Cole But I can't see much to be Christ responded by reminding hirr "
.home a mile;_.and Cody you "Suits me fine, said Cody. Gough.
mention will be here like a shot Waldron dropped his ax. done on it tonight. It's kind of late that He, their Lord, is the "way,, [
and will work on you the way he did His gun was in his hand as he said, and me, for one, I'm clean tuckered the truth, and the life." Surely there TAKE A sEi ':

this morning, only I'll bet my.bustle "All right; I'm taking your word for with the shooting-up this young lady could be no more complete provi- MANX DOCTORS '--1':

he'll do a better and more lasting it," and started back down the corridor handed me and the ride tonight. sion for the guidance of the heavenly

job,this time." to ifts room. Suppose we talk this 'over, gettingCal pilgrim. RECOMMENDMILLIONS "
it in the morning and Christ is "the way." If one takes .::
"That's something to think Then Bill Cole Cody stepped along on ,-, ,
will reach the "
sending for the Judge and the right road he
about, said Waldron, and sounded the darkness toward the maybe "

reasonable_and thoughtful. Then he through rooms where Ann Lee and her aunt Doc Joe to_ help give us a steer?" right destination though he "cannot this WHO "TIRE -, 'I,

feU'silent. A moment later sne could were imprisoned. He, like Waldron Ann Lee looked her. relief; AuntJenifer at first see it,clearly.mistake Perhaps of the OUT" easily due to deficiency ,
his footsteps moving nodded and said vehemently is the commonest -', '
hear away. before him, struck a match or two. about of VitaminsAandD-trytak- '
By now Ann Lee was thoroughly Arrived at his destination, he said, "Mr. Cody, I want you to stay Christian. He frets too much ing good-tasting Scott's Emul- :\".

She It's to tonight. I'll sleep with Ann what lies ahead and not enough Also helps build resistance 'I
frightened. was sitting up, the "Will you ladies open up to me? near road" (Lesson sion daily. -:'
bed covers clutched up to her throatas in the cards, I think, that I have a Lee, and you take my room. Won't about taking the right against common colds .'-
for protection ?" Commentary). and other winter ills if there :
though -_ word with you. you final ,
He is the (
bowed it He is "the truth. is dietary deficiency of Vita-
and ; was a a '
"He won't come back, I'm sure of It was Ann Lee's swift hand that Cody rose ; Ann and complete revelation of God, and mins A and D. Today-buy :;',:i-:

it," said Aunt Jenifer. Yet she unlocked the door; Cody, his gun rather graceful bow, thought Jenifer therefore the One who will lead Scott's Emulsion. Take it year :..:..1j 1=
wasn't sure, and he did 'come back. still in. his hand, since/ he trusted Lee as she and Aunt rose all those who walk the way by faith 'round. All druggists.f ., ..'::'}:

"I am going to shoot the lock Ranee Waldron in nothing, made no also. into the fullness of the truth. To ,, "" -l
their he
to room;
threshold. His passed
the They
door-or I'll move to cross God.
off your go get an ax. Christ is to know
You had better, open up. As for eyes, smoldering under his, dark stepped after them to the door, know He is "the life." He is life, and 4 > .:'J
said ,
took in all the loveliness of closed it gently a very
calling that Cody hombre, it's'no brows, He alone can give eternal life to .' "

use. I've been to his room and he's the trim little figure before him, quiet, There is none other to whom tJ
not there. The chances are he's no gave no hint of his admiration, "Thanks, ma'am And 'good night man. turn for life, but in -L
man may
nearer than Bald Eagle." passed on to Aunt Jenifer. ladies." Christ it is found, and from Him it J

Ann Lee whispered to her aunt, "Do you care to tell me what (TO BE CONTINUED I ) may be received by faith. ," .

Crimean War There :THE l ,CHEERFUL CHERUB

Were 'Horse Marines I OUR COMIC SECTION -.1 i .

I like to sit in candle

"Horse Marines" is an expres light.

4 sion supposed to have originated PETERB IIJr= Im sentimental I'll Cc.onfess

',1 in England. It means, as you

: J' know, stupid or impossible per ,

1 I i sons. When the present corps in of PEEVE } J And candles wd to
: British marines was
i:. 1775, officers came from the half- romance, lots -

-' : pay lists of all sorts of army units, 'N : Besides they make
. I ii including cavalry regiments. And the

>; ;,.-' the idea of a cavalryman serving light \

', on the deck of a ship undoubtedly; tills less _.

:r t' amused irreverent folk who started f\\c C.A"

< f,L the, expression.
r In the Crimean war a certainCaptain
Brock actually did mount
I t\
\ .
when he was .facing,
. C, his marines WNU Features.


4 \\ 1 I j.D .

;'? FEED

kudzu. Produces up to 4 tons or more
per acre of choicest feed every yr., no crop
failures 1 planting lasts lifetime. No pest,
easily eradicated.No cultivation after 1 st yr.
A legume, rebuilds poor land, stops washes.Qualifies .
for Gov. soil conservation pay
ments.Write for facts pr.on 2-3 yr.crowns,
The Kudzu Farms, Box A, Barnesville, Ga.


%t Olivia dee i Wanted-Cedar Logs, Posts and Poles.Also
Bros. standing cedar timber.We pay cash at cars .
e acaer When loaded. Lane Co. Inc., AltaVista, Va.
'' scar of 'Blonde, recfomm eetli
: SttawbT otb Powder \\
Caloz thatshtae. TOOp"R Gather Your Scrap; *

9 r Throw It at Hitler!,

". ,, of
'l"; Relief for Miseries


po. .. '.' '" _
3.purpose Va-tro-nol up each > ;: -
nostril. It (1) shrinks swollen mem- .',... ,. -. .
branes, (2) soothes Irritation, and < -;. ," ., -., '.-: ,. -- -' .,,, '
(3) helps clear cold-clog- ; 'J.>."-' -
ged nasal passages. ro ,\ ..',

Follow rections complete in folder.di- VArTRO'HOLfeel I Relief At LastForYourCough


Creomulslon relieves promptly because -
., !I it goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel
1 :.i a d'Vy't'h'e'BcTi Syndicate, IncPLAYIN& .) germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
.. soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed -
bronchial mucous mem-
I Ij I branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
1 bottle of Creomulsion with the un-
All In? Rundown? RED INDIANS LIKE A LOT OF SCHOOLBOYSJL derstanding you must like the way it
: quickly allays the cough or you are
1 I to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
': All this-and even serious illness- .
r} may be due to B Complex Vitamin
Chest Colds Bronchitis
for Coughs, ,
j deficiency.Play safe!Take GROVE'S \
B Complex Vitamins and get all the
'1 medically recognized B Complex Vita-
.i 1 mins. Quality potency absolutely J Superficial
guaranteed! Unit for unit, you can't lIJ! Externally
: get finer quality at any price. YetI Caused
I I I GROVE'S B Complex Vitamins are .
,. only 29 cents for regular RELIEVE the stinging itch-allay
I size...only a dollar for the J. Millar Watt e irritation, and thus quicken healing
1 large size-over amontb's Begin to use soothing Resinol today.
supply. Get GROVE'S B t
Complex Vitamins today! RESINOI.
GROVE'S ""I. ...".

,WNT For ONLY 1O/Now

Less than

D ire ot i,

; 0 SNAPPY FACTS 0 M J: JJ41ffldllllE w III


ABOUT E .. a dose
, RUBBER Use only as directed..I .

G I. L4\5 l- .I I
: 1)tScientists -, ,
:: I

have determined that r
'' rubber latex at It drips from tho Lids?Sdinp
:, trees If about 60 per cent water, Use at first
28 per cent chemically pure rub sign of a COLD
-S ber,the balance resins minerals,
proteins sugars.
Clothing made waterproof by the WHY MY HAT'S IT'S GOTNOTHING TABLETS 446
use rubber was being sold in England S SALVE,
as early as 1791. NOSE DROPS
Beads of the five end ten cents THERE'S ANOTHER COUGH
variety have a stronger Influence T t14 PJN) BOSS; "Rub-My-Tism"Wonderful Liniment
than ordinary currency In
encouraging the Yumbo Indiansof
Ecuador's Oriente jungle to 'E (
r haul rubber out from the watersof -
tho Amazon. Next to beads,
guns and machetes put the"90'! N
In tho Yumbo.

The first rubber to be Imported into O
tho U.S. was in tho form of water
bottlos. They camo direct from the
Amazon district.A G v.

full grown Hovoa rubber tree
overages 30 to 60 feet In height May Warn of Disordered
and Its averago life Is 40 yearsor Kidney Action
more. WNU Features.
Modem life with Its hurry and worry
Irregular habits, improper eating ana.
drinking-its risk of exposure and injec-
II tion-throws heavy strain on the workof
ALWAYS REMEMBERED Keeping Up With the JonesesA NO GOOD REASON the kidneys.They are apt to become
over-taxed and fail to filter excess add
I young naval officer home on and other impurities from the lue-gmnz

: fB.FGojj leave was discussing arrangementsfor blood.
/ You may suffer nagging backache;
his wedding. headache, dizziness, getting up nights
leg pains, swelling feel constantly
w_ Mother, who was anxious to makea tired/nervous all\ worn: out. Other signs
bladder disorder are sometimes -
of kidney or
good show, exclaimed: "Tom, burning, scanty or too frequent

1 don't forget when the cake is cut you urination.Try Doan't Pill Doans help; the
must help the bride to cut it with kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
t r-> waste. They have had more than hall a
your sword. century of public approval. Are recom-.
\ Wifey (pouting-But I don't see "But," said Tom, "I've not got a mended by ntighborlIn grateful users everywhere.Atk
r why it is you find poker so,fascinating. revolver." flour
sword-only a married for
1 I, Mrs. French He

Hubby-Well, you see, it's the "Well," said father, "I can see love, didn't he?

_It_ G queens in the deck, my dear. They naught else for it lad. Tha'll ha' to Mr. French-Either that, or 'some

.: remind me so much of you. shoot it!" -' other foolish reason.


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The Clewiston News r.s... TIME CHANGE IN SERVICEs.- 1. Fish

.s. J Beginning March 28th the first day Fresh, fish, frozen fish, smoked,
.:. TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY of our revival services the time of salt, pickled fish.,
Friday !in Clewis ton. ,. will be .
published every 's' our evening services changed.The Fish in containers that are not
Inc.FlorIda, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, :I .'s'I .s''s' t new time will be-S: 30 p. m. hermetically sealed.

..' Remember this and tell your I 2. Poultry and Game '
... : .:. friends. All poultry and whether
KEATIILEY BOWDEN:: Editor .s. r ... game
.s. .s. fresh; frozen or in cans or glass. '
+=-- .!. .s. EXPRESS APPRECIATIONThe 3. Fats and Oils

February as 1, 1927 second, at class the Pest mail office matter in ..s..'.. By RUSSELL KAY. :;: Olive oil when not blended with
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of ; rationing board in Clewistonand other ingredients; salad dressingsand
March 3, 1897. I '.:.' Secretary Florida Press Association :i: the board in LaBelle, join with mayonnaise.
.:. .:. in desire to to the '

Subscription Rate $2.00 Per Yenr. ..:,:...:_..:_.._;..;_...;..&;..&;............._...'_....u.u.u.u_...._&_....u..n... ..-.n.,. .N.r1..N...r..N.N-N. 1 NIN; 1.N..N.r ri r N-1 1...N.N 1.r1 1 N 1..1 N.N-..:-1.:.N..IN:NIr.:..:..:riw1, I I me principals a and teachers express of the county,\ Soft or perishable 4. Cheeses cheeses "such as:

Advertising Rntea On AppHcntlon. Tim Seller of Leesburg, attorneyfor money and consequently more and I and to volunteers that carried out Cream, cheese, Neufchatel, cot-

the. Florida Dry Cleaning and more and more taxes. I the point 'rationing, our appreciationof I tage, pot, baker's, Camembert, Lie-

and welfare Laundry Board, got out a bulletinto Chambers of Commerce, civic the services rendered.The derkranz, Brie, Blue. -
Devoted to the advancement and Hendry County the industry the other clay which groups, women's clubs, and countIes'sother public was especially kind and I I' Cheese spreads made with a baseof
of contained advice so sound and pertinent organizations concerned only courteous' during this time 'and cooperated -'. .cheese which is' not rationed.

that it might well have been, with their own particular needs, in every way possible. i Cheese spreads and cheese products -

I broadcast to every citizen and taxpayer meet, discuss, resolve and i demand. I I Perhaps no other institution in I i containing less than 36 percent
A\EA\BER. In Florida. [ Committees are appointed to con I America could have, performed this I II I by weight of rationed cheeses.

,. NATIONAL FLORIDA EDITORIAL PRESS/ ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATION I It had to do with the coming session tact legislators 'and secure their approval -'I service for the country. 1 1I I

1941 of the legislature, and I quote, and support of this or that I I This was' free service without'I SEEDS FOR PLANTING EXEMPT

I II I'it here as worthy of your earnest particular program. thought of compensation. These FROM FOODS RATIONING
I and thoughtful consideration. Tim From time to time sincere legisla- ]I people are proud to have done this

OUR SMALL ISSUE says: tors, in an effort to fulfill campaign I labor for Uncle Sam. Our teachersare Peas, beans, and lentils when
next 30 days our leg- promises, have attempted to elimin-
"Within the, overworked, under appreciatedand bought exclusively for use as seed
the News was issued will assemble. They will ate various boards and commissions, under
When islature paid. But with a smile are exempt from the processed foods
last week with only four pages many give 60 days out of their businessand curtail some of the many services, I they took it in their stride. rationing program and do not require -
subscribers thought that this life trying to lay to the end that taxes might be re
of our professional I Be kind to your school teachers- .the surrender of either point.
was a wartime curtailment. It may down such rules' as will make Flor- duced. But in every instance ,indignant they are harder to get than sugar. stamps or ration certificates.This .
be 'necessary at a later date to cut ida a greater state and better place I groups have 'screamed their Dr. C. E. Weaver. word 'comes from the Office-

the size, we'll admit, but the for us to live. heads off; such action was con-I for Emergency Management, Jack-

page paper was caused last four-I' "During this session, even thoughits demned and the advocates of such Official List Of sonville. At local stores -purchaserssign
difficulties alone.Four should be confined bills crucified.At L
transportation, primary purpose a sales slip which the mer-
pages of the paper come to I to the formation of only those the coming session, CITIZENSand Meats Cheese Etc. chant uses to restock.
of TAXPAYERS will appeal to .
us already printed by the Western 'laws necessary for the
Newspaper Union of Atlanta making this war, they will be urged from legislators for MORE TAXES. They RationedThe
To Be
it necessary for each week's stock to every side to pass all sorts of trivial will demand HIGHER MILLAGE, Try a want ad in the News and

be shipped from Atlanta. Last week and useless legislation.' more EXPENSES, as they press for you will get results-others have.

this stock was side-tracked and did "They will be lobbied to the pointof this or that bill designed to serve 'following is an ,official list of

not arrive until Monday morning. To exasperation and they will lose some selfish purpose. what meats, cheese, fats and. fish
avoid a recurrence of this while many nights sleep trying to figure And ALL will curse the legislatorsfor will be rationed beginning March 29: ,

transportation lines are badly burdened their way in and out of situations. their extravagance and denounce 1. Meats, IncludingAll
cost of INVEST 10 OF YOUR
the ever-increasing govern- %
we are using the stock intendedfor Why? Because we the people want fresh, frozen, smoked and

last week for this week's Issue them, within this short period{ of ment-Watch and see. cured beef, veal, lamb and pork. INCOME IN

and will remain a week behind. No time, to 'do everything possible for I All meats and meat products in
features will this be missed in the the good of the county or city in FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHH. containers of tin or glass.

ready-print section.. which we live, help old man Jones C. Meador, Pastor I All dried meats. '

-- get a job, give compensation to old I Variety meats, including: Ton- War BondsAFTER

John Q. Public's widow, build al 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. gues, brains, hearts, liver, tripe,
....... -- .. road here erect a building some 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship.
-:-:.+: : : :H N.N NIN N.N.M:1.1.r.N:NIN: :HININI Ij sweetbreads, kidneys.
place else and do a thousand and one 6:15 p. m.-Training Union. Bouillion cubes, beef extracts, and

things entirely foreign to the real 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. similar concentrates.All .

RAMBLINGS .' problems they have to solve. We cordially invite each and dry: semi-dry, and fresh,

,By B. B. "Your senator and members of everyone to join us in worship smoked, and cooked sausage, includ-
the house want to do just what you services each Sunday. If you area ing Salami, pork 'sausage, baked THE WAR YOU
c,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...NN. .N....M:NN:MN. .N.. NN. .: want them to ,do since you are the Baptist and have not cast your lot loaves, wieners, scrapple, souse, head

voting public, but if you happen to with our church we sincerely hope cheese, and others, ,suet, cod and WILL WANT TO BUILD

,According to reports from all sides, be one of the many who kick about you will unite with our church and other fats. YOUR OWN HOME. CON-
the annual St. Patrick's Dance lived the multiplicity of laws on our help carry out the Commands of our 2. Fish

up to and even surpassed expecta- statute books, it might be well to Lord in evangelizing the communityand All fish, shellfish, and fish pro- SIDER INVESTING PART

tions this :year. There was a big quiet down a little this time and "even unto the utter most partsof ducts, in hermetically sealed containers. -
crowd and they all had a grand tim'e.The maybe your representatives can the world.:" /

music was "Super" and we really get something done. Teachers meeting next Wednesdayat 3. Fats and Oils OF :YOUR INCOME IN A

think if the Catholics can repeat the "When I say: 'quiet down' I mean 8 p. m., We have been having Butter, !margarine, lard, shorten ,

event as successfully each St. Pat- just for once, try giving them a freehand some helpful meetings and are con-I ing, cooking, and salad oils.

rick's Day it will ,be a grand con- and just for once lay off the sidering the lesson for the following 4. Cheese Homesite

tribution to these days of rationed 1 usual pressure and let these finemenyou Sunday each Wednesday night. This 1 Cheese of all kinds, except those I

pleasure. When such events are rare I' have elected to office use their i helps the teachers in their prepara- expressly excluded rationed.

they are all the more: appreciated own good judgment."I Cheeses include the following: r

we are learning to enjoy more of I -do not mean that old John Q. tion.OUR REVIVAL- Beginning the Chedder (American Swiss brick,

our hometown pleasures. Voter should remain forever quiet. last Sunday of this month ,we will Munster, Limburger, dehydrated

I He should advise and suggest to his begin our special revival services grated, club, Gouda, Edam, smoked, I. CLEWISTON REALTY

We hope it was just a series of unfortunate legislator, help when called upon, under the leadership of Rev. P. R. all hard varieties of Italian and

events that made Tues- and in every way work with them, Wimberly of Jacksonville. Brother Greek; processed cheese, cheese and DEVELOPMENT

day's P.-T. A. meeting such a small! but for the sake of our fair state and Wimberly has recently been appointed foods, cheese products containing 30 II

one.. There should not be a lack. the generations yet to come, don't as one of the new State Evan- percent or more by weight of rationed CORPORATIONit.

interest in this worth-while organi worry the life out of them with every gelists of our state. Our revival cheeses.

zation. With the possible exceptionof petty "peisonal scheme conceivable. services will be his first engagementin Not RationedThe I

winning the war, the task of making -* "They're a splendid representative this capacity. Plan to attend following 'foods are not ra I

a well-rounded next generationis ;group of men, sacrificing time and'I I un. ,

the most important in the world money for our welfare, and they!I ,
today. The schools and the P.-T. A. should be praised for their service." -- -

contribute largely {o 'this task. Our I. THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .' -1 1i 1
Collectively, citizens and taxpayers _
I _
local P.-T. A. has done a wonderful .
-'howl for economy, complain of _._ ,_
work this year. The public health
ever increasing taxes, and take delight 1dllt
clinic which is conducted there each
in blaming the "so-called" : : .
Friday morning by a U. S. Army ; f !
politicians for their'plight.. But ,r715i .
doctor from Sebring, is one of the I l lI F1 I
most worth-while accomplishmentsin these same purveyors righteous, I'V
protest consistently hound and bedevil
!! .
this community. This clinic and ;
.". '
the same politicians they so : I -
the organization responsible for it '"
glibly denounce for every manner, of '
should ,have.the fullest co-operation -I II--C. :
of every one. Let's all try to remember ., .- ;
They demand more parks and ,, ". ",'.
the next P.-T. "A. meetingthe ,- ,
playgrounds, bigger and better pub- I. < .r''
3rd Tuesday in each month I
lic buildings, pensions for the aged,
and be there to show our interestIn G' i
day nurseries for the offspring of -
and our appreciation the work
war working mothers, better roads, .;'3,'-
these P.-T. A. people have. done for I free school books or what have you ,'J"'r. ,,:-, .' I

our children this year., factithat J ... .' !
and completely lose sight of the '
I II .
all this calls for more and more I
There's great excitement in our I ,
I neighborhood among the younger

generation and some of us oldsters local Service' Club. The organization c L
over the new arrival at our house.A .
has no name as yet, and is but :
five weeks' old fawn whose i
mo- cadets
in its early' stages. The
ther was one of -the victims of the the :
themselves wanted to organize .
deer-slaughter down In Collier Coun- club and have a place for it. The (
ty. The baby Was picked up by one City of Clewiston is granting the :
,of the hunters who took it to camp I
club the, exclusive use of the Community -
and fed it for a' day or so. Then the and '
Center Saturday
on ,
fawn refused to leave and stayed Sunday afternoons and evenings. A I }i' : i- &14I ) ;
around and followed the hunters likea I .
group of Palm Beach ladies, whom I \
dog. So he ( !
pet to
some of the cadets knew, have been]I
town and have him. !
we Having a
interested enough to donate con- ; I II
little deer is somewhat. like adoptinga
siderable money and furnishings for .. I
child, but the formalities .
are ',
the have contacted '
room. They some -
nearly complete now. State Game local ladies who were-interested and ,, '. 1" .-
Commission Chairman L. G. Bruce i \, _-..,..
who have helped in planning the II' !
has given his approval to our appli- original opening week-end. It is .*'Glad we ran into you, Judge. I was just' It AiI 1 :,v a confessed bootlegger In -

cation to keep the deer and the per- planned to ask the Garden Club, the tryin' to set Helen straight on this businars; a r; !c"zi cart testified to the fact that I II

mit is on its way from the Talla-. three Church ladies organizationsand \ about sugar. I wish you'd tell her what you another bootlegger, also on trial, had i

hassee headquarters of the State the Co-Pilots Club to take turns told me last night down at lodge.'', bought:: a million pounds of sugar a few I i

Game Commission. We've debated sponsoring the week-end hostessingat "Glad to, Jim. I told him, Helen, that yeas somewhat over a name for the deer, the club. At the moment detailsare there's not a single bit of' truth to the "As: a matter of fact, Helen, no distiller '1 ,

wavering Yearling'and between"Bambi""Flag" a' la the quite hazy, but the club will filla I ..., ,rumor that the distillers use sugar in is making whiskey today and hasn't for '

Disney. In the meantime a la we're Walt desire of the cadets for a loungeof I i making whiskey. They make it exclusivelyfrom many: months. All distillers are working i '; -

calling him "Buck" and that their own in town. We are sure grain. Only bootleggers use sugar to night and day: producing war alcohol for the.' r I

will probably stick. name they are most grateful to the city for i make whiskey. I read an article in the government. And they make every drop of 1;..i

the use of the Community Center and I I paper just last week that goes to prove it exclusively from grain, too." '- '
its facilities on every"week-end, and
The town will now have an oppor- equally appreciative of the efforts of i

tunity to rally to the call for servicein the many ladies in Palm Beach and :rI'r '
'' Confirm ofAkokolte Btttragt 104.,"' '' let
helping the 'RAF and American Clewiston who are helping and will,
flying cadets at Riddle Field in their I f continue to help with the club. I



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I returned Mr. and this Mrs., week Herman, from Alabama Draughn,I Military Sponsor P.-T. A. Needs Help mcnts of fruit- juice. and cookies;

t where they visited relatives for I served.

.f Personals J' several weeks. Mr.. Draughon has To Carry On Program Those enjoying the evening were

enlisted in the U. S. Marines and is Mary Louise Thomas, Jo Ann Crouch

:1 ro'S awaiting his call to service. Mrs. Pat Bailey, Carline Berner and
For some reason attendance at the Louise Prewitt,
Draughon will remain here, and is Gene Mills, Raymond.
I' 1 Mrs.- W. G. Reid is visiting friends employed at Riddle Field. monthly meeting of the Parent- Trice, Ben Bolton, Charles Be.njyj.vc
Teacher Association was at a low ebb and Sammy Young.
,i i in Miami for a few days.
c,, ', -- I Mrs. F. R. Maxwell of Tampa Tuesday afternoon and there was. nota

'c.::., Mr. and Mrs. G, H. Small were i in,' spent several days here visiting Mr. 4 12 sufficient out the number present to carry of--
L': Fort Myers business 1 I and Mrs. Glen E. Etherton. Mrs. } proposed election of \
on ficers. Several of
I the
':,' ,. '}: I 1I I I Etherton and daughter, Glenda Sue, ;. ent left before the close teachers of the meet-pres J. IYL! COUSE
accompanied her mother to
;:":'.". ., Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miner andRachel TampaMonday ing, so the scheduled talk on Girl Counselor and Attorney at Law
'' and are remaining for a
Miner were business visitors'. nSlt.I '. I Scouting was postponed until the Hopkins Building

in Miami Tuesday. j I I next meeting, when it is hoped more Wednesdays and Saturdays
IJ members will attend.In I
: I CO-PILOTS CLUB HOLDS ;; f 0:80 to 4:00
John Elmore, who is in' the
.- ,employed ITS unavoidable absence of the I "
,' Miami! spent a few days this week at( I president, Mrs. E. .0. Mills, the
) ';,;:' home here. :' | president, Mrs. G.' B. Thomas, Vice-//
--- The Co Pilots Club held a business] I sided. The nominating committee'sreport :

Mrs. C. L. McLendon and Mrs. meeting Wednesday afternoon at was turned in to the chair, DRESSMAKING
;.' Melvin Wilder were visitors Saturday the Instructors. Club. Members >r:5r:Xnic:{?1i :Y1j: / !r x<, but no recommendation was made
jn Miami. L for president, since the BUTTONHOLE MAKING
'; committeehad
; present decided to postpone theBarn
,, __ I i C lh J S H yn.. i.: been unable to find anyone
\" Dance scheduled for March 20 I Mrs. Inez Pope
,J f,: :' Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and for one week and the event will 'beheld willing and able to assume the duties ,

. h r.t i."" children, Emma Jane and Jennings,I IL on Saturday evening, March 27. --- -- for the next year. j 1\IilIcrest. Near Passenger Depot "

spent the week-end in Sebring A I The election of officers had to be,
meeting of the CoPilotswill : MISS ELIZABETH DRAUGHN (nest: door to Bill Allen's
; visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. F. McGee. be held next Wednesday after- postponed until the April meeting; .)

- r:., : noon with Mrs. H. B. Cushman, Mrs.. .UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, -I J !and the committee hopes to present\\ .
;; a full slate .
ir'. ';, Mrs. L. M. Oliphant of Marietta, N. C. '''Ellis, and Mrs. H. P. Hardin GAINESVILLE Miss Elizabeth of nominations ..
.: !r!. t.:. Ga.. arrived Wednesday for a visit,! hostesses. Draughn of Moore Haven was spon l

'. J : with her -daughter, mrs. Richard C.i The club made plans for contributing .I sor for Cadet Volney R. Beardsley,I Principal R. W. Turk explained Johnson's Fish CampNear '
, Wilson, and Mr. Wilson. Clewiston, at this the possibilities of federal aid for a ,
cakes to the party for Rid- year's annual ( Hurricane Gate)
.. I dle Field cadets at the Community Military Ball "week-end, Friday andi'school lunch room project in de- Clewiston, Fla.
| '
; The Rev. and Mrs. John N. Mont- Center Saturday evening. A donation Saturday, probably the last for th el tail to those present. No action Boats and Motors-Guide Service
I' I on the proposal is II'II'I : :
gomery spent Friday and 'Saturday i to the,, Red Cross War Fund was 'duration. Cadet Capt. Beardsley is is learned possible until it Rates Reasonable I' '
in Miami, where they went on busi also voted by the members, to be commander Battery "E" in thej'!I whether a space is avail- : W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
'I able .
I 4' and can be fitted for the'J '
ness. taken from the club's treasury. University ROTC's second field
I i tillery regiment. r'l I I }lunchroom at the school.
: Those attending the meeting Wed- J i I The 'matter of the public health -4
'\. Mrs. W. E. Bolton and daughter, nesday were Mrs. Robert Westmoreland On Friday afternoon Miss Draughn1'!: ,clinic being conducted at the
Nancy, and Ouida Johnson were Mrs. Willard King, Mrs. N. C. and Cadet Capt. Beardsley stood I was brought up. It was SChOOI// .

'..: business visitors in West Palm Ellis, Mrs. H. P. Hardin, ,Mrs. Ken with 39 other sponsors and cadet officers that many children have received [ Florist Agency
; ':Beach Woodward Mrs. to form the I
Tuesday. R. H. Brinton, Mrs. j ] honorary reviewing part of a series of immunization

'c'. D. H. Binkley i Mrs.. H. B. Cushman, j stand'as the University's entire shots, but have not been brought in I Flowers delivered here at no
.', Mark R. Tennant of Miami, chairman Mrs J. K. Keine, MJ s. F. E. Hunziker ROTC corps, comprising- one regiment for the remainder of the shots. The : extra cost. Other towns, any-

of the Everglades Drainage Dis Mrs. A. R. Brink, Mrs. H. D. I of infantry, and two of field P.-T. A. will make an effort to cone : where in U. 'S. add only 'cost of

,u ,::' trict board, was a business visitor B'razzell and her sister, Mrs. Earl artillery, including motor and I tact all such chiIdr n's. parents and : telegram, ranging from 20 to.
r r here this morning. -: W. Scott. drawn units, passed in review. I urge that all take full benefit of the I 55 cents.

Following the parade, Tommy! public health services while they are 1 MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN
{.'. E. Sinclair Knight, Jr., who i is I BAPTISTS: ATTEND B. T. U. Reynolds and his nationally fame;d| available. These immunizations are II Western Union Office
I MEETING OX EAST COAST orchestra played for cadets and their
stationed I free, and
at the for
gunnery school in j are everyone, pre- Day Phone 82 Night 2791
,.. :Fort Myers spent Wednesday night dates in the University auditorium i I school children and adults as well as .

.,; here with his wife and parents, and .r A large delegation of local members in concert, after which the annual school children. They.are given each
;> attended the St. Patrick's dance. of the Baptist Training Union I Military Ball, high-point of the' Friday morning at the school build- .

attended 'a conference conducted in I week-end was held in the Univers ing. ...

Misses Nahda Adkins 1 West Palm Beach Tuesday. The ity's new gymnasium. RENTAL
and Thelma HOUSESof
,; Aly of Moore Haven were overnight main speaker of the conference was I This week-end, impressive yet GRACE WARD HOSTESS '
.' Gainer modest, was under the 'chairmanship AT Mrs Viola Stone's Estate are
guests of Mrs. E. J. Casper Wednesday Bryan, of Atlanta, secretaryof PARTY SATURDAY '
:- The girls came' down to attend the'Georgia State Baptist Train-! of Cadet Col. John R. Agner, ... in charge of Mrs. Jewel Hooker,
I Perry. Economy was emphasized all Two now vacant.
ing Union.
Grace Ward
> the St.-Patrick's dance. was hostess to a
--- Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, Mrs. F. E.'I the 'way, and Agner announced that' group of her friends at her home SEE MRS. HOOKER

;T ; Chalker, Mrs. C. R* Krueger, Mrs. surplus funds would be turned over Saturday evening. Various parlor concerning them.
Mrs. H. S.
Jr., and daugh- to Army relief. '.. I, I
ters, Sandra and Karenof Eustis H. J. Roath, Mrs. Arch Hodges andMiss I games were enjoyed and refresh- i .. ......
Doris Hodges, -the Rev. H. C. .
were guests a short while this week k !
Meador, Mamie Trice, Raymond
of :Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown and
: '
to. ..... I Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Vorhees.' I; Trice, Lois, 'Stanley Blount Wright: Medford, Gladys Dunaway Jackson -, * *" .' *, -- *

'" \: I (i Virginia Turner, Jo Ann Erler, ,
Mrs Lee Rigsby and Mrs. Dave Clarice Cannon and Betty Barton attended # :s ;,
Coker of Okeechobee spent Monday ,o.----:: :;: .

:.......,,?: and Tuesday here with' their daughters -

:;;i;.. :Misses Nettie Pearl Rigsby and BRIDGE CLUBS I n 1\

,;;f\:",:,;,:.. Marjorie Coker.- I IT r.t11I.l''o CH1jP'KPI .

Bill Perry, Sonny Vaughn andJimmy' Mrs. George' E. Crow was hostess .
Tuesday evening to members of her
#a eorgia 'who'are students at I I bridge club. First prize was won ''
Military College, Milledge- .
j by Mrs.Hub J 4A4IJJ1' 1..4L,
] Spooner
ville, Ga., are spending a short va-I' second by .1-t.= ..... .....-.. 1
Mrs. P\. M. > "
cation at their homes Hare, ,Jr. The hostess : : :
served sandwiches and cocoa to Mrs.

Mrs. G. E., Etherton, Mrs. F. Jl. Foy Durrence, Mrs. Spooner, 'Mrs. 'E".AND i BFSCREi .
C. L. McLendon, Mrs. Hare Mrs" ;
'. Maxwell, Mrs. Foy Durrence and R-
J. Lee, Mrs. Curtis
i r Mrs. A. W., Lawrence spent Sunday Thompson and .
Mrs. R. C. Nowling.:
Y ': in Fort Lauderdale visiting Mr; and ,
Mrs. 'Van Bush. ji
The Wednesday afternoon bridge : ? y
Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. N. V.. 3. club meeting this week was held at A.
:Mumford, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and the home of Mrs. W. H. L nier. Mrs.J

Mrs W. E. Dilley of Belle Glade Dave Alston won first prize, household -''

were visitors in West Palm Beach linen and Mrs. Carl Johnsonwon

Saturday.Mrs bath powder as cut prize.. Sandwiches .
dessert and coffee were "'

/ C. E. Berner, Mrs. G. B. ;. served to Mrs.; Alston, Mrs. G. B. ; ; .*'V"V V"_ *_ V. M,:?.: Let Chevrolet \

,- McDuffie, Mrs., R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. 'Johnson, Mrs. H. R':. 'i./ t. .
O. A. Jones, Mrs E. C. Mills and Hall, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. F. E., V".AIIIfY.or'
Carline Berner were business visitors -i C'onkling and Mrs KT. Bowden. ;: x:'::::::::::::::::::::B:::::::;:;:: :;::::;; :: dealer check .

in West Palm Beach Monday. j 1'AV- your car
It 0 !
Greenberger '
.' Clewiston Monday, after returned to .1' .:, ::WH@MIV Chevrolet dealers service all makes of cars
reporting at) % ::::::
: ::::::t and trucks.
Camp Blanding with k group of see. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Royal entertained V Check and'rotate tires \tl?
lectees from Okeechobee County. He. employees of all Royal'sstores I Chevrolet:;
. :. ,;, Tao:: rejected, failing to pass the at a St. Patrick's barbecue I V Check lubricationV dealers have had the broadest
. ::' experience; servicing millions of
\:: ', :physical examination. held in Lake Harbor Wednesday i Check engine, carburetor new
, and used vehicles.
evening. A of .
: ----- supper barbecue, : battery
/. Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs H. A. hamburgers, potato salad and homemade _
.:' Land, Mrs. Adolph Driggers, and ice cream and cookies. : V Check brakes Chevrolet dealers have skilled, trained_

Mrs., A. H. King were visitors Attending from Clewiston mechanics.
i in were : V Check steering and wheel
. ,,' Fort Myers Wednesday. Mrs. Hodges Mr. and Mrs G. H. Brown, Mrs. -
: ..' remained until Thursday .',evening, Gorda Collins, John L. Sullivan, alignment Chevrolet dealers have modern tools and : .

returning by bus. .' Johnnie Sullivan, Dean Holland, and V Check clutch, transmission, equipment. .
from Lake Harbor Mr. and Mrs. rear axle -

,. Mrs. R. R. Hooks spent last week Roy Swayne, Crawford Royal; from Bur Chevrolet dealers. give quality service. at '

,' end in Jacksonville. She accompanied Belle Glade, Mr. and Mrs. Jess,All i WAR r us BONDS ;low cost.

her iriohter-in-law, Mrs. W. hands: Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor, '. .. AND ST MK ,
W. Hooks, who has been confined i ia in Mr;. and Mrs. Lee Puckett, Mr. and -, -' .

Jacksonville hospital, to her home Mrs. F. E. Hollingsworth, Mrs. Bass, .
in Stuart. Mrs. Vann and Emery and Donnie ,":" "' '

, \ _
, Mrs. William Johnson and children -

\ Gayle and Bill, of Canal Point, CUB DEN HOLDS OUTDOOR
came over to Clewiston Wednesday. SUPPER SATURDAY NIGHT

": Joining her sister, Miss' Florence: YOUR I

Graham, they left for a week's visit Den Three of the local Cub Pack CHEVRO LETDEALEk.s
In Jacksonville : LOCAL
': their parents, enjoyed a hamburger supper, plan.
Mr. and Mrs, J. -
J. Graham. ned and carried out by the boys ;

themselves 'Saturday evening. Ham .
.'r Dr. John A. Morrow and Miss; burgers were cooked on an outdoor HEADQUARTERS FOR SERVICE' ONE ALL MAKES AND MODELS '
Margaret .
Morrow went to Tampaover fire and were serve dwith pickles,
the week-end, joining Mrs. Mor- relishes and cold drinks.} '

'J TOW Dr. Morrow who was, who visiting has their accepted son there.a position Jimmy Attending Johnson were, Skippy Bobby Cothern Berner,, Hub Chevrolet

'j lege left with for Texas his new A. and location M. Col and Richard Knight, Kay Bowden, Mr. Company Inc.

Mrs. Morrow and Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Paul ,
and Margaret returned. Bowden and Cubmaster M. M. Pre
Clewieton Tuesday witt. FLORIDAFRIDAY




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.' Buck Promotion Private!as Felt Due That Him ?? AS I( At E 1 A quiz with answers offering ??1 '

SSf"L Accompanied by a driver, an ANOTHER information on various subjects{
American major in a motor vehicle .
f01t11\ was stopped by the sentry on M M MMh P-MMMMMhMMMP h hP h,h MMMMP N h l+ MhhMMMMhM

\ guard at. a crossroads."Who The Questions 6. What is the difference be-
G goes there?" tween ingenious and ingenuous
il l1teriClttt o of A.: ed iise\t and ton- truck of fertilizer, and one States introduced the spoils sys- Hindu woman.is called what?
e i", \ei buck private." tem? '
S'lttb \1.'s co \0 '" cot"Uti1.iS ri> They were allowed to proceed, 2. Is the dodo a real or fabulous The Answers

T,,0 o i ess trtov' are cc 't\1.e but at every cross-roads they went bird? 1. Andrew Jackson.
"f1'ul1."f btrtake ttte5volute': other.V through the same formula. 3. What was the peak public 2. It was a real bird, now extinct.
debt of the U: S. at the end of
o Zrat.. 1t1 ant and "fi"C iUI."fo e"'SiUl1. two anY's After a time the driver asked if World War I? I 3. Twenty-six billion on August
tnp to be stopped 31, 1919.
ti !'adtre c they were likely
lsh fact iri e e"eiU\!' aFre 4. If told. you are "sapient," 4. The word means wise, saga-
,11."U uo'< as would consider it a compli- cious.
!' gt ably hneate yell guess so, replied the major. you
.a -"' "Well, major," said the private, ment or ridicule? 5. Both get $10,000 a year.
olt and bornbandve "the next time we are stopped 5. Which gets the greater salaryin 6. Ingenious-inventive, skillful;
p\g :pou.gl9- ieS' would you mind giving me priorityover I congress, a senator or represent- ingenuous-frank, innocent.
,nts- t"'CiO fL} the fertilizer?" ative? 7. A sari.
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Duty-Easily Made to Serve as Tabletable. I WAS A SLAVE

is tacked to the back of the removable TO CONSTIPATIONTalk
YT >z"r4I. SPOOL LAMPS "' pl Ir ti top so that it may be removed -
'' easily. A pair of kitchen
THIN WOOD about being In bond-
SIZE WITH OF 1 V stools are painted cream color and age I I felt as If I were walk-
S CLEATS TOP THETHICHNE55 topped with blue felt for lamp ing around In chains.Purges
stands. Scalloped felt also trims only helped me temporarily. ;
l\ J ( tt OF HD
I. Then I learned the
.+ i' L': the lamp shades and the cover. of of my constipation. It cause was
an old side chair to match the of
lack "bulk" In my diet.
table. So I took a friend's advice
and began eating KELLOGG'S
1 NOTE-Directions for making the spool ALL-BRAN.It sure is a grand- ;
lamps illustrated together with 31 other tasting cereal-and did Just 1
COTTON FULL SKIRT conservation plans are in the new BOOK 9 what he said it would do.It
AND SCALLOPE which Mrs. Spears has just prepared for got at the cause of my constipation \
55\5 SSS Routing machine (above) uses FELT FASTENED readers. Copies are available at 15 cents and corrected itl! I
TO MOVABLE TOP each. Send your r 9-uest.to:
metal template as guide to make If your trouble Is like
mine, why don't you try
: wood patterns. Left: Sharply pro- NO SEWING machine should be MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS ALL-BRAN? Just eat it regu- \
Tfi: truding dorsal fin gives name "Drag- idle today. No matter if yoursis Bedford Hills New York larly, drink plenty of water I
on's Teeth" to row of rear sections. not the newest model, keep it Drawer 10 and-''Join the Regulars" '
in good repair and include it in Enclose'15 cents for Book No. 9. Made by Kellogg's- in Bat-
tle Creek. !
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ci; ; k 4 a sketch shows how one was fitted
< into a living room to look very Address .............................
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\ smart and to do extra duty as a

Plywood or composition board

., may be used for the removabletop -
r.r (see sketch). The top cover
c. ; s4 -iso
;. { { is of blue felt with a scalloped A c/ry G/RL GANT'000
band stitched around it. This is .
quick and easy to do as it is not
necessary to finish raw edges of

\ s. r:. felt. The full skirt is made of the Bill: Mother's going,,
3 best part of old sheets dyed a soft to eat her words, angel! ,
tone. This is sewn to the k Q
ecru ,
Mmmm smell those
4 the felt and all -
allowance of
,r seam rolls but how'd you _
wr i do them so fast? ti

SUE: I used Fleischmann'sYeast.
11 Wa/'oEflortsin Jails I And not only '
.S S can you make them in two
/ a hours, but they have extra S
American prisons are now pro- S.
4k I vitamins other yeast, ,
G/ r sr. / < AL dollars worth of /
RR .. f ducing millions of )
tr "' ..- -- -- war materials, says Collier's. Air- can give! ,, < _

raid sirens are being made at San
shown above are
Quentin; shirting for the navy at
awaiting installation in Flying Fortress the Alabama state' prison; bomb 41/2: 'S

s. With their nine huge air- parts at the federal penitentiaryin

cooled cylinders they represent Lewisburg, Pa.; and cartridge
all America, belts at' the reformatory for wom-
work by factories over
Do you
en in Alderson, W. Va.
and contain rare metals collected Even large patrol boats for the is // FRE6I
from many parts of the world. army are being built entirely by the only yeast that

Shown at right is the belly turret. the inmates at McNeil Island. has added Vitamins SEND FOR ME .
A and D as k 1",
This adjunct to the flying Fortresshas well as Vitamins 4 4 FLEtSCHMANN'S NEW

stopped many an Axis plane.A The by the new Army steel is helmet no longer just adopted calleda BI and G? J 40-PAGE BOOK OF 60 '

gunner on the rotating cage con- Vft "tin hat." It's a "head bucket" That's plenty of RECIPES.SCADS OF NEW

trols the fire of two heavy .50 cali- r ) and when you see one you'll know vitamins! BREADS ROLLS PELtC/OUS
ber machine guns. why. Our soldiers have changed a
much of their slang since the last BREADS..8UTHURRY

contributions of the war, but not their preference for -HURRY/
the major
The Flying Fortress was among Now-as then II'' ,
United Nations warfare against the Axis. It first demon- Camel Cigarettes. r t
United States to -Camels are the favorite. They'rethe
I strated its striking power against the Japanese navy with the sinking of favorite cigarette with men in

the battleship Haruna, and has since become a vital part of the tear.Pictured the Navy, Marines and Coast '' 'For your free \ / '
Guard as well, according to actual copy, writeStandard'Brands /
4: sales records from service men's Sure, Mrs. Harmon all ,
;} yJ stores. If you want to be sure of the vitamins in Fleischmann's Inc., 691 Washington
your gift to friends or relatives in Yeast go right into your Street, '
the service being well received, rolls with no great loss New York, N. Y.
stop in at your local dealer's and in the oven!
send a carton of Camels.-Adv.

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bombers, and the plane 9 l' THE"T-ZONE-where cigarettes arc fudged

receives finishing
The-T-.ONE'-Taste and Throat is the
touches prior to the :4 >' '' proying ground for cigarettes. Only your '
first flight. ": ; taste end throat can decide which ciga

Left: Teamwork in 1% rette tastes best to you and how it
'' % /N affects your throat. Based on the experience
riveting a fuselage sec- F, )} of millions of smokers, we believe CA M E L
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Never leave medicine or bev- Homemade biscuits will be different The How
OR W EAIy'S0NWashington of It Already Granted
! uncovered in a sickroom. if tomato juice or fruit juiceis
"Do you think that in the case of "May I have the last dance with
:: used instead of the liquid called
Senator Blowfill "
the office soughtthe ?
with clean for in the you
Buy canned goods recipe. "
man? "Big boy had it."
you just
D. C. wrappers and refuse anything that *
"No., It was merely running
RUSSIAN SOCIALISM WANES seems bulgy.. If you are about to clean gar- sway from his predecessor., The public never knows what it
i The Russians are doing more than ments in gasoline or naphtha, wait wants until it has got it.
r reversing the direction of Nazi mili- Before icing the cake, brush it for a nice day and do the ,job out- .

; tary movement. ,They are also re- over with :the, beaten white of an side, where it is safe. Strange Likeness Or 'Taken Inn'

;v; versing certain important politicaland egg'. Professor-Didn't you have a "Why don't you give your new
j social directions. When washing dishes used %for brother in this class last year? bungalow a name? Something'appropriate :

." Americans in Russia now report There are 60 drops in an ordi-- either raw or cooked fish, about Student-No, sir! I'm taking it like 'Walk Inn,' 'Cozy
a :; the reappearance of shoulder insig- nary teaspoon. two heaping teaspoonfuls of baking over again. Inn,' or 'Seldom Inn'?"

; nia on the officers of the Red army- soda added to the dish water will Professor Extraordinary resemblance "That's an idea. As I've 'just

, for the first time since the dark daysof Keep matches out of reach of deodorize the dishes and dish though! Extraordi-, finished paying for ,it, I'll name it
the Revolution.In the baby's hands. cloth. nary! 'All Inn.: "

those days, officers who sup- ,
;, ported the Bolshevik movement tore
5 the epaulets from their uniforms; asa GETAFTER RHEUMATIC PAINWith

I." .' mark of democracy. Those who a Medicine that will Prove Itself I Sheet of Crochet That's New: 1 PENETRO
; failed to do so were regarded as
If suffer from rheumatic
you painor
: and in Many users "first ia
enemies of the Revolution, u say use COLDS'
muscular aches,buy C-2223 today "
a revelation. Has base of
some extreme cases, mobs attacked for real pain-relieving help. 60c COUGHING
: $1. a square inset. Its motif is an old fashioned mutton suet, '
them, drove nails through the .epaulets Caution: Use only as directed. First Grandma's favorite. Gener- SNIFFLES.
j into their shoulders. bottle purchase price refunded by eagle-proud, symbolic. | MUSCLE.ousjar25tdoublesupply35f. -
J i druggist if not satisfied. Get C-2223. Demand stainless Penetro. ACHES
There is also a change in official Directions for the five edgings and the
awards or decorations, indicating eagle triangle are Z979D, 15 cents. Send
that Bolshevik scorn for heroes of your order to:

I: the past is van shing. Three of the CAN YOU EAT CELERY? AUNT MARTHABox -4 % STOMACH TROUBLE?

most coveted decorations of, the So- When do teeth, 166-W Kansas City, Mo. q., FEEL TIRED? RUN DOWN?
get ,
you angry your !
viet Union today are 'the award '
"fly off the handle"? ( 1 Enclose '15 cents for each pattern t.f. ( : PEPLESS? Try our Genuine
: "Nevski," who was a 13th century : '" .::}'A Indian Formula-WAMPANOAG
\ prince, and the awards, "Suvorov" "Dental cushions" have been designed desired. Pattern No. ............ HERB TEA. It has helped them-
and manufactured to keep sands to feel well and happy again. Try it.
and "Kutuzov," who were Czarist false teeth from "clicking like Name ,............................... convince yourself. Don't do lay.,Act Mow.
:.i .your Mail$1.00 and this ad.
generals at the time of Napoleon. castanets,"and to aid you in tack- Address .............................. NATICK INDIAN HERB CO..p,0.Box 89,Moberlr Mo.
:j Also the St. George's cross, which ling difficult foods.

J would have been torn from the "If you are troubled with your }Yl yT'...li

,j breast of the wearer a few years lower plate, a new patented dental
! ago, has made its reappearance at cushion, designed for comfort,gives
j official functions. ,you great relief," says an ad in the
Business Personals. The Premier WANTED ( the
: The U. 's. public has the impression Dental Cushion makes teeth tighter, Buys you

:,: of modern Russians as dressed makes lower plate stay down better,

. in coarse,. formless clothing, but re- helps you become accustomed to new L1'' A Sorghum SyrupOR IIoilM

: ports from the USSR today state plates, stops clicking of teeth, en-
that Red army officers dress with ables you to eat meat,tomatoes,pears, XJEW crochet edgings! Here are ( SORGHUM MOLASSES) -
'' celery.Send 25ji for 5 Cushions to four and
\ such punctilio as to make American easy-to-do pretty Write how HAVE
telling us
q d' officers look shabby by comparison. PREMIER SUPPLY COMPANY52nd when finished. All are narrow and much sharper benuee
suitable for you have to sell they're on.-
are edging pillow slips,
.j *
and Arch Street, Philadelphia,Pa. thIrd thInner.
. scarfs luncheon cloths A and price. Write .
Pass cushion teacher I'd
me a ;
lacy knit edge is the fifth given. day. A postcard will do. SINGLE EDGE
Just back from Chungking, General like to polish off your apple.

"Hap" Arnold, chief of the air Filet crochet does' the triangles 4forlC) ;

,. forces, gave a glowing'report to Sec- which may be used either as lunch- BOX 237, PITTSBURGH, PA. Manufactured and guaranteed by '

retary' of War Stimson regarding -Buy War Savings Bonds- eon cloth corners or combined as FEDERAL RAZOR BLADE CO., NEW YORK

Chinese resourcefulness in battling
': the Japs. He was amazed and full

.' of praise for Chinese ingenuity in .

, repairing planes, landing in cow pastures -
I and conserving.fuel.

: As far as General Arnold is concerned '
;:1 he would like to send the Chinese -
-., a lot more planes-though in
the past he has not been too, keen el -
: about it. (Incidentally, one' reason pyourGrocerI

. ,-, for sending him to China was to win
him over' to the Chinese cause.)

.j:J '?' However, despite Madame Chiang

: Kai shek's graceful appearance .

here, despite Hap Arnold's enthusiasm -
, despite the President's' public '
.= ,statements, China is n6t going to Let's Get Behind Him and Make : .0
4i-- ,
: .
11 get anything much in the way of : : ., .
.? ',7'. supplies. '
:,: Reasons Listed. ,1 : "' ", '
1. :" Reasons are' : ((1) the impossibility < ,Rationing Success-Start Now to \

;:, .': of opening the Burma road now ,; .
: with the .
: monsoon season only a few
.. k< weeks off; ((2) the absolute necessity

" :} .:.:,..-.. of cleaning up Africa and preparing :
\ '
..1; for(3)) a drive Chinese against political Hitler in dissension Europe; ) use more of the plentiful ,

) which requires too many aims for

{;, personal Some war armies.weapons will be flown } ';:,:: ::

over the Himalayas, but not much } 'NON-RATIONED FOODSPHE ,.
more than in the past.



( The vote of the house ways and man who runs your grocery store has -cooked soups, home-canned fruits and vege But in spite of these wartime difficulties,

means committee on the Ruml plan headaches these days. For months, in tab are rationed and they deserve an we've doubled our efforts to be sure that we

was secret, but inside fact is it never the face of shortages and lack of experiencedhelp important place in your wartime meals. can supply Kellogg Cereals to the millions of
had a chance of getting he's been trying to carry on... trying to American families who are depending on
than five votes. more give you the kind of service you've always ex.. *: *: cereals more than ever. '
pected of him. I c
The flood of mail reaching com- Now he has a brand new problem-point Because cereals are one of these abundant un- ft .

mittee members, at first favorable, rationing. He has to collect the from rationed foods,'we here at the Kellogg factory '
turned round and stamps Battle Always famous for marvelous flavor, every
' showed conclusively well the cash. in Creek have been doing everything we
you as as
Cereal is made of
that the country was against out It's a burden for him-sure-and for possibly can to meet the unprecedented demand Kellogg WHOLE GRAINor
Is restored WHOLE GRAIN
right postponement of taxes. Un- you. for our products.We're sending millions -
But he knows and know that
you it's got to be VALUES through the addition of thiamin
derlying sentiment expressed in themail upon millions of packages of crisp Kellogg -
It's the only fair of
way making sure (vitamin B1), niacin and iron. With milk ,
was that Cereals to the
although high taxes boys our armed forces.Ve're
that everybody gets a fair. share. That's our alone, or with milk and fruit, a bowl of crisp,
hurt, it K-ration
was unfair to postpone too way of doing things. packing for troops in the front line ,
much of the war cost to the next So it's his of fighting. Even our machine, shop is mak delicious Kellogg Cereal gives you vitamins,
job-and your ;fobeverybody'sJobto minerals in dish
protein, food-energy one !
generation. ing gun parts! And we're short of help, too.
point rationing ork..as And remember this about cereals in
the There are 423 stars on the big service flag hang- your .
became more smoothly,as efficiently as possible.Traffic
jamsIn daily meals.They're quick and to
the easy prepare.
in "
and ing lobby of the Kellogg building.
more convinced
that the Ruml food stores aren't
going to help
anybody. No cooking, no pans or skillets to clean up. ,
plan was largely cooked up for the ft Even the dishes are easier to wash. ,
benefit of top bracket
incomes, and Cereals save time-work-fuel-other foods. .
if taxes Now there are a number of in which
were forgiven ways
one, it you
year, Used in hamburger, meat-loaves, croquettes :
would mean shifting a much can give this grocer of yours a real hand.. ina '
greater thez {( to heVt etc., they help you stretch your meat...and .
good, neighborly American .
burden to lower income'groups: to way. You can ta1l4 make
they milk go farther, too. .
\ make up the deficit. : shop early in the day, early in the week. You .
rJwce'e. Think of cereals as one of your best, most
This can shop as infrequently as possible-once ..
they concluded, was just a YOlVt nutritious, non-rationed foods and think of '
what week only, if you can manage. You always
Mr. Ruml's can
war.wealthy Cereals the
Kellogg as finest can buy.
o ents wanted.'J ,0 0 make sure to have a shopping list'and to have 1. Shop early in the day.

your "point values" added up before you go 2. Shop early in the week. *

CURE FOR TYPHUS to the store. 3. Shop only once or twice a week. FROM O.P.A. CONSUMER .

\ By way of London has come word And you can help yourself as well as 4. Prepare a shopping list. INSTRUCTION SHEET .' "
that the four grocer by using the plentiful, "
Germans non
have evolved a 5. Add up total"point" values before "EAT MORE CEREALS-There ban abundance of '
.'. cure for the dread disease typhus. rationed foods as much as you can, instead going to the store. cereals and, as you know, they are mighty economical.They .
.., If so, it is a discovery of the scarce, rationed foods: Foods suchas ace nourishing and delicious-what's more, cereals can be
meaning cereals, fresh fruits and vegetables home- used to stretch your rations when mixed with vegetables.and '.,
lives of thousands of men in the ,* *' fruits."

eastern front. In 1914 "General Typhus"
' was responsible for ,
, lives than machine gun fire,more and'fro / KEllOGG'S CORN FLAKES l ,_

time to time it has ravaged the \ KEllOGG'S RICE KRISPIES t r'

Balkans, Russia and eastern Eu-. KELLOGG CO KELLOGG,PEP
jope ever since. KELLOGG'S ALt-BRANKEUOGG'S

The German cure was discovered l SHREDDED WHEATKELLOGG'S

:,, by a Dr. Van Meerdock and is a \'' :., S I
ek ai 6 eeh Zte/t i
combination 'of atebrin and plasmo- %
,;.',:: chin. U. S. Public Health officials \ KELLOGG'S 40% BRAN FLAXES i

']I have their fingers crossed regarding ., KELLOGG'S VARIETY PACKAGE

the cure, but British medical circles .

,seem to be favorably impressed., I .

.... "



: I

SPADE EIGHT Navy- sifb-recrulting station. A NOTICI TO CREDITORSYou
I local and each of hereby noti-
\ are
1 scents may stay there not over a 'Wives Urged To preliminary physical examinationand fied and required you to present any

................ ....:..:..:.. for about thirty cent.s' testcan be claims and demands which you or
.:..:..:..:.:..: :..:.-:..:..:..: : : : : : : : : : : week or two for Points I mental aptitude either of you may have against the
a night. These are primarily Budget given each applicant by Ensign I estate of Mrs. Viola Stone deceased,'
from other places that have late of said county, to the County
fellows Meyer. ['Judge of Florida, at
Hendry County
leave and come in the will assist 1 l I LaBelle, Florida within eight (8) cal- .
With to spend it. All of them are crowded Simple "point arithmetic" I endar months from the date of the
doing a homemakers of Hendry County Commission Again- first publication of this notice. Each
and I will say they are point allowances -r claim or demand must be in writing:
wonderful job. We have a post exchange to budget their family and must state the place of residence ;
and there is nothing over the_ 31 days of March under -I and post office address of the claimant
Our here n I and must be the claimant,
sworn to by
that we cannot buy here that can be the processed food rationing pro- (Continued from Page 1) J I his agent, or his attorney or the same
though :W. N. Martin, chairman of the proposal had to be handledas will become void according to law.
states, even term
the gram:
bought in Rationing II This the 11th day of_March, 1343.!
[certain items such as candy and Clewiston War Price and a constitutional amendment and Signed:

the are rationed. CENSORED and Board, said today. such an-amendment had already been 1 JEWEL STONE .HOOKER/
soap i Executrix of the Estate of
everything Is very convenient. We Mr. Martin pointed out that since I rejected by the voters of the state on i I I I Mrs. Viola Stone deceased.
i even have a picture show in the I point values are necessarily high, it ;two occasions.' The. countywidevote "No. 10-Mar. 12 19, .26, April 2, 9, 1945.

Service building, and all of the shows here i is quite possible that unless caution on all commissioners could,

: are American shows. I went to see;I Sis I exercised, some housewives might I however, be passed as a local law. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR.
picture the other night made over 1 I unwittingly use up their 48 points The board members agreed ,to get TAX DKP.D

: \ Here a and It was very crude and boring -I per person Oat a faster' rate han any I together:and talk the matter'ovef,before r' (Senate, 1U11 No. 163):

.,.. ............: :..:..:..:..:..:..:N..N1N1N:....r,.-1..: 1oo. They just dOI 't. do some things they realize. next Tuesday and before any NOTICE IS HEREBY. .t
.. :
: ..: : : : : : : : N.N the way we do. Let me hear from The-result of this "over spending, I definite action should be taken \J. C. Jnckman, holder of TaxECert f1Cates -
get a chance, and let he said, would be to create a fam- 1 453 of 1928. 457 of 1928, 461 of
learned that' you when you 1928. 229 of 1940 221 of 1938, has filed
March we
Early In I me know how the outside world is'I ily "shortage" toward the end of I same in. my office and has made appli-
Hager Lowe had received his diplomaas managing. One has to get in the month insofar as ability to buy ratIoned -I Surveying the Washington scene cation for a tax deed to'be issued
thereon. Said
airplane'mechanic at I certificates embrace the
expert This Army' these days to secure all the foods is concerned. This will this week, the current issue of "Busi following described property in the ,
Kessler Field, Mississippi.! comforts of life." be particularly true if housewives|I ness Week" states that the County of, H ndry"--State' of Florida, to-

week we have a new address to Chanute for "Well, Herbert, and all the rest of \budget their point spending on the gernaut of the farm bloc in JUg-I wit:SWVt of SE% Section 22, Town-

him. He has been sent as long as the Army is get' basis of four 7-day weeks which has shifted into high gear, and I ship 44 S.. Range 32 E;
Illinois: lor a sixIfeeks you NEU ,of: S\VJ.4 Section 28, Town-
'Field, Rantoul, we 3 full days unaccountedfor tank'.
This is the ting all the comforts of life would leave Administration hasn't got a ship 44 S., Range 32 E;,
training course. don't care i if the coffee and sugar in March. buster big enough to stop it until i N'VJof NWVi Section 32, Township -
field 'where Vincent Oglesby of' course, that .44 S., Range 32 E; '
same This week does run out, and we have to use It is"recognizeoU farm prices a"re shoved substantially. I SE'4? of NW% and N% of NE i.
was a year or more ago. points for groceries and maybe have some families, especially those who upward." Section 3,1. Township 44 S., Range
wrote his mother thaChe; had wish to spend 32 E;
Hager : shoes half-soled over and over live out of town, will
the I
promotion to Cor- The assessment of the said property
:just received his again. The walking will be better i their family point allotment for two I Hundreds of blind persons in Florida -* under the said certificates sued i was

"pqral. That's Clewiston pretty boy good who for an didn'IQPen 1,8 than ever if we know the boys, in II or three weeks, or even a month I need only medical attention to I in Unless the name said of certificates\'J. H. Baird shall Estate.be' redeemed -

3'ear 'old finish high school service are having plenty to eat and ahead. In these. cases the problem insure the.restoration of sight. I II according to law, the property
take time to to wear and gasoline to take I then obviously will become one of I described therein will be sold to the
the Army 6 month plenty I highest bidder at the court house door
entering acquiredlast I
1JJef 1'e I need to go. I making the rationed foods I .
them places they I IIIX 'on the first :Monday in the month of
:ago. And when the Red Cross come for the full ration period.To THE COUNTY .'unos.' COURT IXIlAND April 1913, 'which is the 5th day of
w' what I wish to budget FOR HKNDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA April 1943
around, we'll sure remember help those who Dated this 4th day of :March: 1943.
Another fine promotion to a about the wonderful work their "point spending" evenly over (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,

of whom we are equally week.proud Floyd came you they say are doing. over.. there, and we'll the full 31 days of March,. OPA divided I In Re: ESTATE OF MRS. VIOLA Clerk Hendry of County Circuit, Florida.Court of

to Floyd Mountain last pitch in"to give' ioubler usual the month into four suggested STONE, deceased. March 5, 12, 19, 26.
short time
Corporal a
made a - - ------
was another share over here to keep that Red shopping periods as follows:
ago and has just received Cross help 'right where it's needed' March 1 through 8 (eight days).

promotion to Sergeant. He has been most. ] March 9 through 16 (eight days) I

Corking very hard at his studies and .* 'March 17 through 23 (seven days) .

has taken on every course available with the! March 24 through 31 (eight days). .
,Jimmie Hines, formerly :
"to 'him' We are rewarded glad that with his another diligence -- Military Police of Sheppard Field,I This arrangement makes "point gY .. : / ;::. ..ti.::!1fjr{

has been Texas, is now attending a special shopping weeks" begin, respectively, ..;.. d... ... ...... t/,::: *... ,-;::.4t. : OFFICIAL
promotion. school for aircraft mechanics at on Monday, March 1; Tuesday,March :. ,1 '. ..'::.v....: ::0.iHOTOaRA..H
:- > ;i:
I 0 d" :;; U.B ARMY
Jimmie is a March 17; and Wed- '
received thin: Wichita Falls Texas. 9;; S' 'jJ IQNAU CORP
A V-Mail letter with A'\p .
24-in keeping
Her-1 I Corporal now. nesday, March
is from 1 \ w. "
week by the Lovvorns of the olds ORA's advice for housewives to shop I "... .. ." ,:.; .:. 1J" .. 1
whom some '
bert Blate, Mr. and Mrs. John Elmore had a for rationed foods early in the week. .
remember. Herbert is a .. "
timers in the Quartermaster I letter from Jimmie Elmore this week If the 48-point per' person allotment I ,.. ... ..-: ,., ::" .., ':r, '
;staff sergeant these :<< :
that he is being transferred from is used evenly over periods $; :" '
was stationed at Morri- '
"Corps and San Diego. Jimmie is in the Marine the rate of spending in each ..lfltmrt : ,">
Field until a short time ago : or rouek
son Corps, and will probably be period by families of from two to C INVIfTM lNT
when he left for "parts "From works out in 12-point : b 5
heard from next somewhere eight persons
letter !
to reprint his INSURED
We are happy .
Montezuma to the follows
the Halls of multiples as :
first-hand information -
because it gives some
; Shores of Tripoli." s Number In Points Used For t" S V1 TOw
about the clubs the Red G .sooo.
Family Shopping Period i e

'Cross ,has established overseas for .......:........... 24 I Sf COpQ
is about to complete Two ..............:... ..,
front lines:! j Morris Ford I ;
'our boys behind the Advanced Flying Three ..................\............... 36

Tfeeirs is the difficult resting job of between walting |I his School training at Blytheville in Arkansas, and I Four ..................:..:...........:: 48 I

for action, of sometime the Five .... ..... ...... ............. 60
remaining always ]I will receive his wings .
Campaigns, and month-the exact Six .......::.........:..... .............. 72 "; "
"""on the alert and ready for battle. latter part_ of this events, 'depending Seven .t. :!:............:__;. 84 V .M*y : U's just'common sense 16O"l
to keep date of such : '
Whatever 'can be done up being suitablefor Eight -.p....:_.............. 96 8 ;"' reFrain From buying things
morale in those trying circumstances -, largely on the weather

is a very real contribution to flying purposes, Morris and his I I WAR needed in our War effort.BONDS .

winning the war, and is one of 'the j family and friends are hoping thata I RecruitingContinued--:-

;fine& iservices the Red Cross is ren- furlough will ,be next in order. He .. I : Save.. and buy after our

ring._ Herbert writes: "Once : hasn't> had one since entering the :-- From incom .' Victory.. 'savings
Air Corps about nine months go. ( from page 1) 'I' \af\y open
"more I am nicely settled. and am requ
enjoying the new sights and peo- I tion is all that is required. Pay fora account here..,today!

ple very much" Four of us have Coburn Moore, one of Uncle Sam's]' third class Petty' Officer who has \ I

'CENSORED and we have practically bomber pilots who is evidently keeping dependents 'runs as high as. $160.50

every comfort that anyone does in Hirohito fended off in some l'e-1 per month. War Bonds & Stamps

-the states. The one thing that I do mote outpost finally received I Officers are also needed. Women Buy
a between the ages of 21 and 50 who
miss over here is a shower bath as notice from the War Department

that is the one thing they just do short time ago that he is now First have had two years of college plus
Cross Lieutenant Moore. The notificationwas two years of active business experience -
fcot have except at the Red :! .

'Clubs, and that is where I- have togo dated ,.sometime in November, are eligible. pay
our congratulations are some- In pointing out the need for wo-
American so
to get my bath. The ,
Red Cross have taken CENSORED I what late. Incidentally Coburn has men in the armed forces' of the rcf. I II

which they use as clubs for enlistedmen. been a full-fledged pilot since last Navy, Ensign Meyer said that a I 0i '

They furnish a meal for a July. From his statements concerning national goal of 30,000 enlisted I

shilling (about twenty cents) whichis mail and the climate, no inklingis personnel and 4,500 ofi cers'had

better than the restaurants here given of his location. He writes I been established for the WAVES.

serve for a dollar. They have snack" that mail in or out is infrequent, and I Applicants who are' interested are

bars, reading rooms, etc., and tran-(that it is continuous snow. .1 urged to contact Ensign Meyer in the

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