The Clewiston news
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00938
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00938
 Related Items
Preceded by: Clewiston progress

Full Text




, SCIUPTIOX-$2.00 PER YEARClewiston.
< FIUDAY APRIL 9, 1943
: VOLUME 11-NUiFlat 20

Goes Wings Ceremony Given School Board Sets Wage

: Again \ For Course Eleven

; Red Schedule At MeetingChange
The I !
'Over Top' : Course Eleven of British Flying

number 5 graduated -
: Training School -

",11;.... Drive I It' I' from Riddle-McKay; Aero College In Train II ]R. W. Turk Elected To
afternoon.the wings
Cross War here yesterday
,I! ceremony being held at two o'clockon I Schedule To Affect i j' Return Here As

the flying field. '
;' k<. C. --- I Group Captain "'C., E. Maude, of Posting Of Mail'The

Drive Chairman Bigg Closing Dates AreS the RAF delegation, Washington,,t' Principal

;,: i ''' \ came down to be guest; speaker at Atlantic Coast Line has!

::' Announces $ I 700 I t For SchoolThe I the graduation exercises. After the .changed the schedule of the arrival); The Hendry County Board of Pub-

iff : \ coveted RAF' wings were presented I and departure of the Clewiston train,) lic Instruction at a meeting Tuesday

In Bank close with the school's diploma, to each effective Sunday, April 11 The voted unanimously in favor of adopting .
:"" Quota I '
r ,- Clewiston school will graduate, there was an exhibition' of train's leaving time has been moved I' a new salary schedule similar in

:'' ". '. .__ i its regular term on May 30th and the''I' flying by a group 'of the graduates. I I forward 30 minutes and its arrival. plan to that of Palm Beach County

:'. : Again Clewiston has made good, dates for baccalaureate sermon and Other noted visitors at the ceremony time has been delayed 10 minutes. i:and effective at the opening of the'

: on its Red Cross quota, as M. W.Bigg : exercises were were John Paul Riddle' and Beginning Sunday,. April llthe 1943-44 school year. This applies to

,-.' chairman of the Red Cross for the graduating John G. McKay, of Miami, presidentand train will leave Clewiston' at 5:30 I teachers and the object of the new

War Fund campaign for Clewiston, also announced this week by Principal vice-president' of the college. I I instead of 6 p. m. It is scheduled I plan is equalization 'of the teachers'staff.

.' .announced this morning that, the I R. W. Turk. The baccalaureate Last night the class held its graduation I to arrive at 9:30 instead of 9:20a. I! '

drive has exceeded the $1700 quota sermon will be preached on banquet at the Clewiston Inn, m. Other business which the board

: : This ,is the largest quota the Red Tuesday II Riddle Field. 'Following the ban' carefully note. by all residents as itl Principals Velton Walters of LaBelle
: I will be held on ;
Clew- exercises quet there was dancing at the Com- for them to of Clewiston for
Cross has ever assigned to the will make it necessary and Richard Turk

'l iston chapter, and we realized our I| June 1st. t munity Center until a late hour. I II get mail, and express to' the office I another school term at an increasein

,' \ :goal only by the co-operation of the"! Mr. Turk also announced tliatI I 30 minutes earlier. Both mail and salary of $25 a month each, also

"' ,\ public. Everywhere we were met Good Friday, the 23rd ,of April, will express should be placed' in the office 1for' Miss Jean Moore as principal'teacher

,:::' with generous help. I be observed as' a holiday and the VOTERS LEAGUE TO by' 5 o'clock in order to be ready\1\ for another year at Felda. It is' understood -

l n'ot to givea I the train's departure. .that all carried recom-
to try
,. "I am going school will be closed on that day., I
',,, list of the workers, for it would I mendation of trustees.

''. probably be" impossible to give I ASK COUNTY-WIDE The.new salary schedule plan calls

;, proper credit to everyone., I do, SGT. MOORMAN SEES I II I I for a Rating Committee whose duty

however, want the school to receive OFFICERS HERE, TO COMMISSION: r it will_be to rate the personnel. This

honorable mention," said Mr. Bigg.'\ VOTE ON : committee is made up of Superintendent -

"They really did a magnificent job BOMBING ACTION IN C. E. Weaver and a teacher and
; in the
for the Red Cross there. I principal from each school
;'':. ", With few small reports yet to I' I! A move toward securing, the, election county appointed by the school
a of county commissioners of ,Hen- AFRICAN CAMPAIGNSergeant board. Principal Walters and Houston -

come In, the chairman had the in -goal the ll PLANE SPOTTING dry on a county-wide basis instead, I Stewart were appointed committee -
.,'; of $1700 already
at '
1 of on.a. district basis was begun members for LaBelle, Principal'
:, received the
.i bank. Of the money
: : Each : a meeting of the Voters League of A. L. Moorman, of Clew-! Turk and Mrs. Mary Baker for Clew-
in $178.71. of the
turned Hart
school Sergeants Warwick and evening
:'/ its collection drive I Clewiston held last 'Friday iston is bombardier of one of the I iston, and Miss Jean Moore at Felda,
> grade put on own another ,
., \ Miami Filter Center gave ; at which Carl H. Berner president, for the ,white'scho ls. Amos Thomas
, '.," :. and children from the, first Iradel of bombers officially credited i:
: instruction to volunteer presided. group Academy Clewiston, and
brought theircontribution lesson of for: Harlem ,
the ,
t.: ... .r';:< through in twelfth, hi some cases augmented plane' watchers in Clewiston Tuesday -I W.. C. Owen and E. E. Kelly reported with the destruction of one enemy I."Selma Daniels for LaBelle colored

<'.'t. by ,gifts from others for the ,: and' together with G. H. Small, on their meeting ';with the troop ship and two merchant ves- I sc oQls. N ,'

': Red Cross...' The, school. band gave aj ,chief observer; are calling for more'I county-commissioners relative to, the- sels in press dispatches' ,from Allied I The new plan will work as follows -
which brought in:..volunteers for the local. observationpost. redistricting of 'the county to'pro Headquarters in North Africa. Sergeant -:
; concert last week \ :
: "' .: vide 'a more equable representationof MooI man's name appeared, in I will meet at a
,.5240. The "midget band, 1.1 The school board
'' :. group from the school band began I It'requires' 56 shifts- three hours'I. the county's, population. The the dispatch, along with other mem' f later date and set up a salary schedule -,

;l4 'playing a short noon-dav,concert and I t each,'to keep, the 'Observation Tower'. commissioners objected to but"the made plan I bers of the bomb ,squadron.' I'I'f to apply for groups one to five.

,.i-ti 'passing the hat for pennies. They, manned each week. Authorities, proposed by the League f The story/ describes the sea sweep :All contract teachers will be rated in

turned in_ 371. Last week one' of. ,[,strongly", recommend' two watchers, ,to I some indication! ,that they would'ap-1 lof B-25 Mitchells as "skip-bombing.." I five classifications: .Group 1, Group
with the district '
the schools regularfilms 'was.showh 1,:eacV, shift. .which meant that,. 112 J prove a similar plan The attack took place on March' .31.. I 2, Group 3, ,Group' 4 ,and Group 5.

.'. ..... .>'''in' the audftbmnif:"'tirtu. "a*fe.\vJ-or>the': i :l lines revised somewhat They "Captain Clayton W.'rHeitri en of 'Teachers-will? : ted by thft. atiiig

'}:.t ,', youngsters agafti' passed' the Red im' adjourned without.'taking any action East Cleveland.. Ohio; 'one of the I J Committee and the rating will be

.f\-: ', Cross hat,, and,'added $2.05. ... \ 1\11'.-Small has managed to keep the\ and agreed ,to discuss the matter, group, described the attack ''It's almost based on "character-and personality,'*

..,__'...,...,,' ,....' "The contributions from each grade post manned at all ,times, there hav'eot further between that time and their like launching, a torpedo. You" "professional equipment 'and technique -

.'i'e""-.......,, .. ": ,were: I been enough volunteers. l next meeting;. The commissioners action I aim the first bomb at the hull of the ," and "teaching effectiveness."
however, have taken no on blanks to
1st grade ..............._ .. $ 7.00 Young people as well as adults can redistricting. ship-right at the water line-as you Copies of rating scale

4- 1st grade ............:: v- 2.87' help with plane spotting and several)\.. ,, I come up to the ship from the side. determine group classification will
; -2nd grade ... .'. .....;;...;.\::;. 5.42\ young school boys have yolunteeredand Mr., Kelly pointed out to the commissioners Then you just let a string of bombs' be issued to each teacher and, In ad-

ra- / 3rd grade ;: : 4.77 have been assigned shifts.,, The I that, if there was oppo- walk right up the side of the ship and- dition, the principal will make an in*
sition to the redistricting people their work.
/ 4th grade ................ . hours during which they can serve, over it." dividual evaluation of

..T.:, : 15th grade .................,...:......-....... 1.07\\ are limited, however, so many adult\!! who would be affected by it, an alternative Lt. Ole Veum of Appleton, Minn., The 'next step is a rating made by
r of nominating and and ,
'' / 6th grade ...4..._.........'.. ..:;....--.... 28.05: volunteers are needed. plan who led the first flight of Mitchells, the rating committee group
i: I I commissioners bycountywide
', ,. 7th grade ................................ 4.10 Mrs. Small is assisting .her husband electing county said his tail gunner .saw one ship placements.The .

:> j mh grade ......_:___,......._...__......:_ '26.11: I' with the work of enlisting and vote instead of by dis- split in two, another go down at the rating scale blank, will con-

< 9th grade _..........:.:.::.:..........:___ 14.77:'I organizing volunteers and, anyone tricts would be proposed., bow and a third also left sinking tain the name' of the teacher, school,

.,. 10th grade .......*................. ...., 5.11 I who can help is asked to contact one The Voters League decided to pre i "I was so close that I flew 'right between degree, date obtained, years college

.' .' ," lllh grade .............................. 11.71 of them. Their' phone number 30. sent, this alternative plan to the peo- the masts," Veum related. work, total years public school experience -
: : I ple of the county and made, plans I
------ -- Sergeants Warwick and Hart point I "Another pilot in the flight had to years in Hendry
I to State
for circulating
'i" May Get C. G. Passes out that the Observation Post is turn sharply, to avoid hitting the mast "Character and Personality" covers
Franklin and represen'tative' r
Senator 'J. A. -
tact personal appear-
very important in assisting the various -I with'a wing. When you're'down that voice, manner, ,
E. L. Stewart to have introduced -
flying fields in Florida to keep I close' can see pretty plainly." ance- enthusiasm, energy, health,
., Here "Next Monday I you
;-. \ I and passed by the legislature a habits, self-control and cultural
track of fliers. When a
I our own theconvoy's
bill for the wide I One Mitchell was shot by ,
providing, county I 'ound. "Professional Equip-
i \ overAI backg
"- plane' is reported missing or of German fighters,
---- nomination and election of county I : escort of
Technique covers
"' The United States Coast' Guard,I 'due, the reports of observation posts commissioners. These petitions are but all except one member of the ment and punctuality,
j I English, cooperation,
; has issued instructions that no per are very helpful in narrowing down six-man crew escaped in a rubber
being prepared and will be circulated to school,
[ loyality
.: the search. The army men talked at German dependability
; son will be permitted on Lake raft and walked through
within a few days in all sectionsof civic and
initiative and ,
'7' 'chobee, the Caloosahatchee River, or\ school in the afternoon to the stu- the county. lines 'in Tunisia to safety, it ;was reported community activities breadth of interest ,
any navigable streams for business, dnets who have volunteered and in the article. I
The attendance at the Voters League and hobbies, professional attitude -
pleasure or as a passenger without an again in the evening adults. They somewhat Air Forces released -
II .meeting was small, due The American acceptance of responsibility;
showed pictures of the various planes
identification card issued by the !
M' to the conflict with: Coast 'Guard the list of airman participating in and knowledge of subject matter.
and pointed out' distinguishing char
United States Coast Guard. Identifi- I
officers who were in Clewiston to the latest victory in the campaign "Teaching Effectiveness" covers skill
acteristics'of each. They gave in'
cation cards issued prior to April
issue .Coast Guard passes on that cripple the enemy's shipping lines in instruction, understanding chil-
"c: 2nd have been cancelled and it h structions on how to man the post ,
day. to Africa. here were ability, planningand
and how to'make reports to the from Europe dren, disciplinary
that be issued. I
'i; necessary new ones :
I four Florida names.,; Sgt. A. L. Moor preparation of lessons, room
I -
filter center. About 35 people attended -
"Lt. G. N. Stambaugh will be'In I.
Elbert Stewart Named C. Clin- of
Lt. Wayne
Clewiston, management 'and hygiene care
the I ?
-Clewiston in the City Hall Building, meeting ,.
\ ton, New Smyrna Beach J. E. Bru- school property and school records.
on Monday, April 12, from 10 A. M.! On Several Committees
-" ton, Winter Park, and Sgt. J. F. The ratings may be Excellent
to:8 P. M. to register citizens desiring I School Safety Patrol II
I Nicholson, of Ocala. Good, Average, Fair or Poor. Each
identification: cards. Children under
Stewart has been hon
Elbert L. 4
of in Excellent,
is the nephew item counts points
16 years of age will, not be required Guests of KiwaniansMembers Florida Sgt.Moorman
ored in the
Mr. and Mrs: E. L. Stewart and made in Good, ,3 in Average, 2 in Fair and
'Ito register. These cards will also
to a list of im- '
appointment very totaled
several Blank points are
his home here with them for 1 in Poor.
serve as identification on either the portant committees, when Speaker of the and the taken into consideration -
years. He is a graduate score
East or West Coasts. of the School Safety Richard H. Simpson announced his I
and employed in making a group rating.
School was
Several hundred ,persons registered Patrol were guests of the Kiwanis assignments in Tallahassee Clewiston High
committee offered
corporation be'' Teachers will not be a contract -
, last week and those who were unable Club at the Wednesday evening dinner by the sugar "
the opening of the session
following I fore entering the service. His wife, whose score is under 80 points,
to procure cards at that time meeting at the Inn. The boys
.' Tuesday.Mr. I the former Beth'NaB., and their infant if ,this plan is carried out in full.
obtain them next Monday explained their organization to the
may I is chairman of the :
? in the
sister fou
residing with her There
Fingerprinting of all applicants, Kiwanians and told of the work of I banks and loans. He:1 son are
committee five
on and
Mid- scale schedule
1 and of citizenship \ the in helping school children Mrs. R. WaSngwrlght in new wage
two photographs proof patrol
I will also serve on the fish and 'game, I in each division each carryinga
dle River, Maryland. I groups
are required to obtain a at crossings adjacent to the school
lnn' ,
hotels and keepers ins'urance'l smaller salary into whicha
,card. An ordinary snapshot will building. They also enlisted the aid larger or
legislative expense, public amuse
teacher be placed, as explain'ed
be sufficient as the photograph must of the Kiwanians in getting local I ments, _public lands, public utilities, Belle, Glade Golfers above. may The four divisions are L.
(Continued on Page 4) drivers to co-operate a bit more with
I, rules and calendar and state pension I 1. or less three years .college, four
the patrol: committees.Mr. Visit Local CourseA )
college (Batchelor's Degree
I years
Junior Class To Give ,1 I Bub Mills, Clifford Beatty, and I II Stewart is a veteran of the and five years college'Master's( De.

,Jesse Driggers made the talks, each i Florida legislature, having served as I )
I gree.
Dance On April 17th I taking some particular phase of the I Hendry County's representative for large number of golfers from This is the new salary schedule

subject for discussion. They explained ten of the last twelve years. His I the neighboring town of Belle Glade, plan which the school board voted to
---'--- to the Kiwanians that the' appointment to a list of important
their golf visit- far possible in this coun-
I accompanied by pro adopt as as
The Junior Class of the Clewiston highway near the school building is committees is a tribute to his' experi- Walters
ed Clewiston Sunday and enjoyed the ty, Principals Turk and
High School will benefit particularly dangerous during the
give. a ence and ability. and
afternoon on the local course. both attended the meeting gave
"., dance at Sugarland Park Audi- noon hour as children are going to
torium next Saturday, April 17th. I and from school 'about the same time L L In the group were T. C. Harper, support to the plan, which. means

Tickets may be obtained from any that many go home for lunch and Bernard Leiler, high school rep' Dr. Elsberry, Billy ,Weeks, Robert equalization of salaries.All presentfor

1'1 of the Juniors, and ,will be on sale back to work.Anthony resentative at Kiwanis this year, also -I Creech Ralph Kirk, Jack Thorne, O. board members were meet

at the door. The dance- wjll begin Toulis Eddie Coukling talked to the club on his-plans for: McWhorter, H. C. VanLanding- this the regular monthly Hall of La-

.. at 9:30. Admission Is $1.00 per and Emery Campbell are the other the future. Bernard is a' member of hani. Jack Bouldln J. W. Moseley, ing, Chairman Dillon Felda and E. M.

couple;.75. cents stag with a special: three members of the patrol, and all this year's graduating class-the I Bob Taylor, Lou Betzner and Phil Belle, M. O. Allen Clewiston of ,

price- of 50 cents for servicemen. ,attended the meeting. only boy left In the class. Grasoff., i Cornette of



.<_ ........- .'''_ of' ... .' ------.-. -.

-- -

1942 Production I ----"--
U. S. Steel Reports I ,IMPROVED

28 Per Cent Greater Than World Reciprocal Aid Makes Lend Lease UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL .THE CHEERFUL{] CHERUB

War I Peak .
United States! Steel Corporation's An- Sword in ,Axis SUNDAY g L fcWys: get the \Jor.stof
nual Report for 1942 reporting attainment Two-Edge Fighting Lesson
of a steel ingot tonnage production thlh s.
greater peak ,
ycapercent d War Itahasjust been It's
released as "a production story-and a By HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST. D. D, hard to see why
financial story-of a great war effort." Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
Production by U. S. Steel in 1942 of (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) this should be -
more than 30.000.000 net tons of ingotsas
well as the manufacture of a steady V/Ke-neer the streetcar
flow of products entering into thou-
sands of items used in prosecuting the Lesson for April 4
war were described by Irving S. Olds dives; t. jerkperson
Chairman of the Board of Directors in -
his review of the year contained in the Lesson sUbjects and Scripture texts IIl'- Some heavy
Corporation's forty-first annual report. ;:: II Jected and copyrighted by Internationai \
victory parade of steel ingots was tLf: o[ Eel glous Education: used by a
nJe3 as only one of several principal permission. stepson ;.T:>
contributions of U. S. Steel to the war -
effort. These contributions were enu- PETER AND JOHN BECOME me
merated as follows: "First, a record vol- 4 I We. Ann
ume of steel and other materials needed DISCIPLES OF JESUS
not only for the fabrication of essentialwar
products but also for the creationof -
new facilities to make such war LESSON TEXT-John 1:29-42: ; Mark I'16-
products has been produced. Second 20.GOLDEN \
the technical ability representing many TEXT-And Jesus said unto
decades of accumulated research available and for rv them. Come ye after me, and .I will make
has been
the experience requirements of the Government. you to become fishers of men.-Mark 1:17. WNU Features.

Third, the construction and operationof
vast new facilities for the Govern- Personal faith in
Christ is the
ment in connection with the war effort
have been undertaken. Fourth, millions ,4r 3 heart of Christian experience. Since
of dollars of U. S.
been expended for various facilities n 4 persons are won by other persons it

contributory to the, war effort." was vitally important that the Lord
A condensation of the
financial record of the Corporation for choose Tight'disciples at the very
the year describes in simple language beginning of the Church. Outstanding -
what disposition was made of the
$1,865.951.692 received by the Corpora-- among the twelve disciples were WOMEN'S HOSIERY

tion from sales 1942.of its products and costs ser-of __ _______ _u_ :1. Peter and John, whose lives and
vices during
$783 million in 1942 were 25% greater letters we study during the next Mall orders accepted for Full Fashioned
than for the previous ;year; 1942 taxes --1 1u. The American in the armed three months. improved shades of Rayon, Stockings. Two good
tan. All sizes,
of $204 million were 21% more than in $1.00 a pair. i
the preceding year; while dividends to } forces draws upon the store- The manner in which theybecame JOHN RICK West Leesport Penna.

stockholders remained unchanged. 'he i iea disciples is of unusual interestandis
amount carried forward for future houses of many lands in these
78 less instructive as well. We will observe -
needs of the Corporation was % RAZOR
than in 1941.Among days of total war. He eats Aus- that our Lord is working in BLADES

achievements of the airplane cited landing is the mat.development tralian beef and New Zealand much' the same way on 'the Peters KENT S/ngi. or Do bl. Eere.

The serious on problem hastily built of handling air fields planelandings was butter, ,drinks English tea, flies and Johns of our own day. They BLADES The Blade Outstanding Value

solved with the war-time invention by British Spitfire planes and sleepsin came to Him by way of
. Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation a 1. Testimony-They Heard About
U. S. Steel subsidiary of a landing mat. barracks built by Egyptianand BULBS -
consisting of portable interlocking steel Jesus (John 1:29-34, 41).
sections. It was pronounced the out- Indian labor. All this is John, who modestly refrains from Brighten Your. Garden. Plant Ranunculus.
standing development of the year in the (. vye+: M gCyr 'Jt 100 flowering size bulbs prepaid. $1.00 cash.
field of aviation by the Chief of the ; v' a possible because of reciprocalaid naming himself (v. 40), heard about Full cultural instructions. 18 Anemone
Army Air Force. As mass production .ka'Sv Jesus from John the Baptist. His bulbs free if YOU mention this paper. Peter-
methods were evolved, other companieswere a phase of the LendLeaseAct son Bros., 239 Olive St.. Inglewood. Calif.
licensed to use the process, and testimony is notable for its pointed
thirty smaller manufacturers are now upon which a vital part of presentation of Christ, and its un-
producing these landing mat sections
in quantity.The the cooperative action of the mistakable desire that they follow MISCELLANEOUSAflet

report reveals that in 1942 one United Him. John
and Natibns rests. was an important man
subsidiary. Federal Shipbuilding "if3ta : "Armageddon" What???? Send
Dry Dock Company completed more Photo at top shows American with a vigorous message, but he rec- stamped return envelope. Box 2868 San
destroyers for the Navy Department in ognized that his only real businessfor DIego Calif. CLERGYMEN: Can you explaIn -
ehorter building time than any other soldiers at work in a kitchen fatigue the MYSTERY OF GOD? (Rev. 10:7-
shipyard in the country. A new ship- God was to point men to Christ. 19:12) and the RIDDLE OF HEBREWS8:4T

Navy yard built Department by this began subsidiary operations for five the pantry in Australia, with newly He enjoyed having men follow him,

months after ground was broken. A erected barracks in background.Left but only that, he might lead themto
Sully equipped shipyard for the'production Our New
Jesus.In Fighting
of the latest type of tank landing : Australian sheep are produc- Ships
constructed and is being Christian work should
craft was doing we
operated for the Navy Department by ing wool for replacement uniformsfor
learn so to bear our testimony that
During the 12
another months
American Bridge Company following
U. S. soldiers and nurses/thus
subsidiary. we may magnify Christ and not Pearl Harbor, the United States
An interesting comparison of the use .itas_ -! eia:".t.a.
valuable ourselves. We must be careful to
saving shipping
of U. S. Steel's own resources and ofGovernment space. navy launched 159 fighting ships,
funds for the expansion of S. soldiers here use British. win men to Christ, and not to our- or four times as many as the cor-
emergency facilities undertaken byU.
S. Steel from June. 1940. to the end made and ammunition. Theyare selves or our cause or church. responding types sunk by enemy-
r rof 1942.shows that the ratio of U. S. guns Peter was brought to Jesus by his action, Collier's.
)(Steel's investment to the use of Gov- firing a British 3.7 inch antiaircraft says Among
brother Andrew. Andrew
:ernment funds was 65c of its own was a qui- these new vessels were three bat-

money to every dollar of Government gun in Britain. fb et, modest man of whom we do not tleships, six aircraft carriers, ten
funds used. This compares with a ratio
for all Industry of 27c of private fundsto read that he preached a single ser: cruisers, 107 destroyers and 33 sub-

one dollar of Government funds. mon. But he did do personal work marines, having a total estimated
In this U S. Steel'sprivate
expansion investment program.was $282,000,000, as (see John 6:8, 9; 12:21, 22). He has tonnage of 558,000.In .
compared with $436.000,000 of Govern- been called "Andrew the finder."
ment funds total of addition, American shipyards
expended making a .
"his tribe" increase We need
$718,000,000 expended in the I May
program.- produced more than 7,000,000 tons
Adv. like him. '
more of merchant shipping.NO : .
'; Hearing about Jesus is not enough..

Maine Shipyards There must be the next step, the indispensable -

To glimpse the new maritime I personal meeting with,
activity in its old-time setting it is ? I the Lord.

fitting that one -go to the 300yearoldship II. Experience-They Saw Jesus genuine pure St. Joseph Aspirin.World's .

building 'city of Bath Maine (John 1:35-39: 42). largest seller at lOe" None safer
none surer. St. Joseph Aspirin.
near where the Virginia, the first The necessity of a personal experience -

. vessel built on the American'' continent with Christ is so clearly

was launched in 1608. Kittery, ;1; stated in Scripture that one can only DON'T LET "

where the Ranger, commanded by : marvel that it is so neglected in

'John Paul Jones was built on many churches today. CONSTiPATIONSLOW '

Badger island, offers ships of today. Neither John the Baptist nor, lat-

Almost as famous as the'ships they er, Andrew was content to tell about YOU UPO

sailed were the homes that Mainesea Jesus. They brought John and Pe- When bowels are sluggish and you .
feel irritable
headachy, do as millions
captains owned ashore. These
to'the Lord. John said "Beholdthe
ter do -chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern
precious symbols of the past show Lamb of God" (v. 36) ; and An- chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew

the fine old Georgian mansions seen drew "brought him to Jesus" (v. FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed,
'in Maine's coastal houses. Of inter- taking only in accordance with package
the soul-win-
42). These sum up directions
est to visitors is the "Captain'siWalk" ': sleep without being dis-
ner's duty. We must bring ourfamily turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
; the roof. Tradition has
on our friends, yes, the stranger relief helping you feel swell again. Try
it that the captain ashore would pacethe FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes
with whom we deal, into the pres- good is handy
"walk" as if it were a quarter- and economical.A generous family supplyFEENAMINT
ence of Jesus.
deck. When they afloat and i costs
were onlyXTo
He will look into their eyes and
homeward bound their wives would !
into their souls and see in them all
utilize it as a vantage point from '
the gifts and graces which may
:which to watch for the returning
vessel make them useful to Him (v. 42). 1

John was the brother of James and relieve distress of MONTHLY

Peter the brother of Andrewjusttwo

Watch Army AddressesIf -humbletfishermen in the sight of e Weakness -

a soldier, writes you that his ad- men. But Jesus saw in them two

dress is "A.P.O. No. _." care of of the most useful men who have
postmaster at a certain city, don't ever lived. Let us give Him a
try to visit him in that for Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com-
city, you chance to deal with our friends and
pound has thousands to
helped relieve -
will not find him there the
war 'acquaintances. periodic pain, backache, head-
department has warned. "A.P.O." Hearing and seeing are both ex- ache with weak, nervous, cranky

merely means "Army post office," cellent, but they lack one final step blue feelings -i due to functional

and mail is sent in care of the -and here it is- monthly disturbances.: This Is due
to Its effect of
soothing on one
postmaster of a,particular city from
III. Action-They Followed Jesus WOMAN'S MOST IMPORTANT ORGANS. _
where it is forwarded
to the soldier
Taken regularly-P1nk.ham's Compound
Mark 1:16-20). -
John 1:40
who be either with ;
may troops on helps build up resistance
maneuvers somewhere in this coun- .MNVwGgvwvw.w ..YfM51YM U. k First of all they followed'' Jesus in against such annoying symptoms.

try, or with those serving overseas. becoming believers on Him as the Follow_ directions.Worth trying
American soldiers can obtain British and American goods in post That of John's
The soldier to whom the mail is ad- Messiah.

'dressed will not be fqund on duty in exchanges throughout the United Kingdom. All the British-made we find in John 1:40, and of Peter'sby

'the city to which the mail is ad. goods, including some items such as candy, chocolate and note paper, are ( inference) in verse 42. There is WNU-7 13-43

dressed in care of the. postmaster. no salvation apart from that act of
given cash-free as reciprocal aid. Such payments as the soldiers makego
the will which follows a knowledgeof
to the U. S. army finance department.
Cot Smoke Pall Christ. .

Salt Lake City's anti-smoke ordl- In the passage in Mark we find Him

. dance, stringently enforced during calling' them to leave their secular

the last year, has cut in half the calling as fishers of fish to follow

density of the smoke pall that usedto f h Him and become fishers of men. For You To Feel Well

hang over the city, whose, surrounding Before they could become what He 2-i hours every day, 7 days every ,

mountains make a natural wanted them to be, they had to do week matter never stopping from the the blood.kidneys filter

smoke harbor. something-rise up and follow Him. waste If more people were aware of how the

Their unquestioning response indi- kidneys must constantly,remove surplus
fluid, excess acids and other waste
Gets 500 TransfusionsA cated their faith but, more than that matter that cannot stay in the blood

young victim of regenerative it showed that they were the kind of without better injury understanding to health! of there why wouldbe the

anemia recently received his '500th obedient men who could tfe used of whole system is upset when kidneys fail

blood transfusion in a New York the Lord. to function properly.
Burning,scanty or too frequent urination -
Nine-and-a-halt rears
old God must often pass the mightyand sometimes warns that somethingIs

the boy's system is unable to build the noble of this world, and call wrong. You may suffer nagging rheumatic backache ;- -
up red corpuscles, and it is necessary -, those who are foolish enough to be- pains,, getting headaches; up at nights, swelling;

for him to get a pint of blood lieve Him and obey (read I Cor. Why not try Doan's Pills You will
whenever the deficiency be using a medicine! recommended the
recurs. 1:17-29). The reason is given there- country over.Doan's stimulate the function _, ,
Otherwise, the youngster is normal.He I "That no flesh should glory in his of the kidneys and help them to
roughs it on the outside and flush out poisonous waste from the .
The glory belongs to the blood. They contain nothing harmful.Get .
stands at the head of his class. He I Doan's today. Uso with confidence.At .
talks freely and finds much amuse- New Zealand butter in the making. Our army has received 2,032,000 Lord, not to His servants. nil drug stores.

ment in comic magazines. He hasa pounds of this staple from New Zealand, under reciprocal lend-lease. Because they did obey" they be-
came "fishers of men. He led them,
three-year-old sister in perfect Most of the food for American armed forces stationed in New Zealand trained them, encouraged them.

health. has been received under this arrangement. blessed them and used them.



of Thought 72 AC OLE 1. I IH USEHOLDSave

XTHOEVER could make two
= I
V ears of corn, ,or two bladesof ..- .6f JACKSOH GREGORYW.N.U.RELEASE

grass, to grow upon a spot of GREGOftY
,, ground where only one grew be- Save the juice from canned pine-

fore, would deserve better of THE STORY SO FAR: Ann Lee and did the killing on both' sides, must "Now, Cody," said Rance, and apple and the liquid from mara-,
mankind than the whole Cole Cody, beneficiaries under two Identical have passed one another in the chose to laugh again, "I'll thank you schino cherries to use when mak-
race of politicians put together. wills of Old Bill Cole, were attemptIng air!" t" get out of here." ing fruit punch.
had fired the bullet *
to discover
< -Jonathan. Swift. "Listen, Cal," said Cody. "Tom Cody obliged him.
, death. Suspicion cen-
which caused his
'. Always wash sieves in soda
J hive tered around Rance Waldron, who, pos Gough wasn't the only killer out aft- They had..ptogressed as far as the ter wa-
: For the Cause that lacks assistance, ing as Old 'Bill's nephew, disappearedafter er the old boys; it's like the stage lobby when a sharp,"petulant, eager never of in soapy water, as particles -
For the Wrong that needs resistance he had been spied upon by Cody at hold-up; there were two of them. voice called, soap may adhere and givea
For the Future in the distance, a deserted cabin in conversation with Tom Gough for one, sure. The oth- "You, there, Roundtree! Cal! I soapy taste- to food put' throughthe
that the notorious character Tom Gough. Doc er? Rance Waldron and don't you want a word with sieve.
; And the good I can do. you. iIf
Joe and the Judge, commissioned by Old fool yourself. Early Bill's two wills
The his mouth
speaker wiping as
-GEORGE L. BANKS. Bill to'carry out his last wishes, were there is a constant smell of
-the'one to Ann Lee and the one to
he came out of the bar behind them
Fortune, who gives and takes returning home from the ranch (each me-they haven't turned up, have burning when cooking is going on,
all other with a will In his pocket for safekeeping) was a youngish man in high lop- examine burners.
away human blessings, they? gas They are
when they were held up by a masked ,sided boots, with a bristle of a scrub-
i has no power over courage.- "Me I don't know. I don't even probably filled with sediment from
bandit. In the skirmish they recognized by little black mustache, coatless, "boilovers."
Ariesto. Rance Waldron as his mask slipped. get what you're driving at!" with his sleeves rolled up on a pairof

i Now continue with the story. Cody explained swiftly and Cal be- brawny, hairy arms, with large,

! gan to nod before he had finished. dark and strikingly intelligent eyes. SOOTHES CHAFED SKIN

':>, RHEUMATIC PAIN CHAPTER XVI "Rance Waldron is in town right Cal explained to Cole Cody, "It's M {
now," he said, his brows puckering Dr. Parke Evans. They sent for OROLINE lJS

,.'<:?;:!"", Don't Need not put Spoil off your getting Day-Get C-2223 after It to.Now relieve Cole Cody and Ann were standing tight as he tried to make heads and him over to Rim Rock as soon as WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
pain of muscular rheumatism together. He looked down upon the tails of things. "He's in a back word of a shooting got out, Doc Joe
"'}"':, and other rheumatic pains. Caution: soft loveliness of her curly hair as room at the hotel playing poker. I for once not being on tap here in
"', Use only as directed. First bottle she, blinking her eyes furiously, saw him there a while ago. Come Bald Eagle," and turned toward the Get Your War Bonds *

;:\.' 60c purchase and price$1.00. back Today if,not buy satisfied.60c C-2223.. looked unseeingly down at ,the ahead in and have a drink before Rim Rock doctor. To Help Ax the AxisYes.

ground and the queer designs the you start anything. This wantsa "Anything private, Doc? he
!," men's boots had made. bit of thinking." asked. "I got friends with me."

i:t..: Suffering and Achievement "It-it's so terrible" she said, Cody nodded without saying any- "Yes. It's private. And I'm in
: her voice quivering, and he saw how thing and the two entered the saloon a hurry."
Men evil
: : regard suffering as an
draughtof together to range up along the bar He led the down his
) thing, which the world might well I her breast filled to a deep way, rolling I
/ air. with Cal's two friends. They downed sleeves, to the stairway leading up-
be rid of. This idea is typical of a
J.:: good deal of modern sentimentalism "It's awful," said Cody simply. their liquor, the four of them, and ward from the lobby, and Cal

:", which ignores the history of And then, ,for the first time he did stood rolling, their cigarettes, grave, climbed along after him, wonderingas
suffering and its part in human think of the two wills, and a new thoughtful men. others wondered, what Parke Evans e
"We might over to the ho- could want with him. Half
achievement.-Dr. A. P. Shepherd.COUGHS light flashed into his eyes. mosey way
"It just dawned on me," he said, tel and see what things look like," up the staircase he called down to

"that you gave a ,certain documentto suggested Cody. Cody, price.now GROVE'S enables economy vitamin ,
..' Doc Joe to keep for you, and ,I There were several men in the "Stick around, Cody, and wait for A Bi D protection for your
gave-" hotel lobby, a greater number in the me. I won't be long; then we'll ride -over entire family two weeks'!Regular supply size
: "Rance Waldron!" she gasped, bar upon which a door'opened at the out to the ranch together." -only 2 5 .More than ten JVVYVweeks' \

.P 'NIGHT and forgot herself and her pet feudso side. At its rear was another door, So Cole Cody waited. He stood dollar. Potency-quality supply-just one Will

far as to clutch his arm, tight in standing perhaps a quarter open. It leaning against a post, smoking a guaranteed! Give your
the benefits
family protective
:l. both hands. thoughtful cigarette, gazing abstractedly of GROVE'S Vitamins .

: "If you guessed right, you know at the brightening glitterof A help and maintain D plus famous body resistance Bi to ,
what this is going to mean, don't the stars hanging over the hills strong bones and
;/'_ YOUR CHILD'S coughing at night you?" he said. "If Waldron staged rimming the valley. teeth healthy appetite
,: -caused by throat "tickle" or irritation this.affair, it.was because somehow, Cal Roundtree- came out. He ity.Get steady nerves GROVE'S vigor VitaminsA vital-
,; ., mouth breathing,due to though I'm hanged if I can figureit 'looked to be in a daze; he was likea and D plus Bi today!
'- a cold-can often be prevented
': rubbing'throat and chest with by out, he learned that the two' old man walking in his sleep. His
i V Vicks VapoRub at bedtime., boys had the two wills along with eyes were wide open; they stared GROVE'SI i
them. And if he got away with straight at Cole Cody; their expres- I: "

VAPORUB'S loosens poulticeandvaporaction phlegm,relieves irri- them-Well, then it's goodby for sion, or lack of expression, rather, --,

:-, tation, helps clear upper keeps to any hope of yours of, ever did not alter. 1
a< -" sages, thus tends to stop mouth coming to own this outfit!" AlrO "Hello, Cody," said Cal dully. He ,1
breathing and n BQdP SUpfc "Darn the outfit and all that goes stopped and removed his hat and 4'U'. uu
invite restful jff BV&ir t9 with it!" she exclaimed passionately. ran his fingers through his hair.
sleep. Try itl! vy VAPORUB "I' don't care what 'happens to it Slowly, his eyes narrowed to nor-

wlr now. It's just those two dear old ,malcy, but there remained a queer, Pull the Trigger on
k men-" troubled look in them. "Come ahead,
ye:a, Howling: Envy "Why, shake!" cried Cole Cody; kid," he said. "Let's go get our

Envy, assails the noblest as the and shot his hand out, and before horses. Let's pile out of here for Constipation, with
winds howl around the highest she'knew it her hand had sped to a home."

,?eak.VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV. meeting with.his,' to be,clasped,tight, The two, strode along side by side Ease for Stomach tooWhen
held hard. and got their horses. They swung' ,

Hand in hand, there was almost up into their, saddles and headed constipation brings on discom-
a smile in their eyes, though trouble down the road. By starlight nothing fort after meals, stomach upset,bloating,
lay back of it. Slowly their hands could be made of Cal's face, but dizzy breath spells gas stomach, coated tongue, and bad
SINK A ,your is probably"cryingthe
? fell apart and her eyes drifted away. his heavy silence was disquieting. blues" because your bowels don't
ME "I guess Ill drift along," he said. Cody however: held his peace. If a move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull
to town?" wanted to his to the trigger on those lazy bowels, com-
SUB? "You are going man keep thoughts
III bined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect ease
He hesitated,,then shook his head. himself, that was his affair. to your stomach in taking. For years
YES, yout I You can help to provide the do bit of many Doctors have given pepsin prepa-
I Bill Cole Cody rode straight to the "I got to a thinking,
depth charge that will sink a Nazi sub and rations in their prescriptions to make
abandoned cabin in the said Cal presently. "And I can't!
insure more supplies for our fighting forces! lonely, medicine more agreeable to a touchy
Just buy U. S. War Bonds-buy them with mountain ravine to which he and I'm all tangled up; I'm rattled like stomach. So be sure your laxative con-
every single penny you can save. They're a Cal Roundtree had followed Rance no man ever was before. I got to tains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Cadwell's
Laxative Senna combined with
powerful way,in which you can make Victoryours Waldron and Tom Gough. He' had tell you something, Cody; I got to Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully the
no great hope of finding Waldron tell somebody or I'll bust, and I'd Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and
And remember, U. S. War Bonds are the lingering on here now that the Judge rather it was you. But I don't know muscles in your intestines to bring wel-
soundest, most productive investment you can and Doc,Joe had been cut down and how much, to spill and how much to come relief from constipation. And the ,
old makes this laxative
make-one good Syrup Pepsin -
$3 at the end that of pays 10 you back $4'for every robbed, now that Tom Gough was hold back. Because I can't tell it so comfortable and easy on your
years. dead and in all likelihood would be all, get me? I got to hold part back! stomach. Even finicky children love the

I BUY WAR BONDS TODAY! judged the stile highwayman and Maybe I'll go get somebody to cut Take taste Dr.of Caldwell's this pleasant Laxative family Senna laxative.com-

Published in cooperation uith the killer. Yet Rance must be some- "The Judge and Doc Joe were my tongue'out.. Shut up a minute, bined with Syrup Pepsin as directed on
Drug Cosmetic and Allied Industries t where, and Cody meant to find him, killed today, Waldron," said Cody. and let me think; let me anyhowtry label or as your doctor advises and feel
>yResinpl and here was as likely a place to to think." world's better.Get genuine Dr.Caldwell'..
Ointment & Soap look as any. was a small room in yonder, privateor They rode for ten\ or fifteen min

For tations itching, and and for burning gentle of skin minx cleansing.skin Irri- The shadows were long across the semi-private for gentlemen who utes, out across the floor of the val- .

VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV mountain slopes, the pines growing wished to withdraw for draw or stud. ley, striking into the little rolling SNAPPY FACTS
black in the deep dusk in the ravines With a look Cody asked of Cal hills, before Cal spoke again.

and there was no sign of life, Roundtree, "In there?" and with a "Like I said, Cody, I can't spill ABOUT
no up-drifting smoke from the rock look, Cal answered, "Yes." Cody the whole sack o' beans, though I
For ONLY 101 Now chimney when Cody came within went to the door and pushed it open, wish to God I could! And I could I
sight of it. He dismounted and went Cal and the others keeping three or kill that hyena-laughing old Early
:ii; Less than to the door, his hand on the butt of four paces behind him, stopping Bill Cole-only the son-a-gun's dead nitlRUBBER. .

I his gun. The door was ajar; he when he stopped., already! Whoa! There I go again. ;

threw it open and looked the place "Hello, Waldron," said Cody. Well, here's what I can tell you,
over, staring frowningly into its Ranee Waldron looked up from his and you better pull leather whilst
thickening gloom. He saw a pile of game and shoved his chair back; you listen good, else you're apt to rubber Seed bearing treat when podi ripe high go up off In
blankets on the one bunk; other he didn't make a move to rise and ; fall out'n your saddle." with an audible pop. The pods,
s l blankets on the floor; Some scrapsof didn't remove his hands from the I And here is what Cal Roundtreeheld about contain the formatIons sirs of a of goose gas which egg

food on a sagging shelf. That table top. himself free to tell: explodo when ripe end throw
a dose the teod eu far as 100 f est.
e Use was' all. "Hello, Cody," he said. "What's Dr. Parke Evans had led the way
only directed.
as The French call rcrb caoutchouafrom
He went back to his horse, rode' wanted? If there's anything wrong upstairs to a locked room; he had an Indian termmeaaing r "weep
I out, of the ravine and into the golden with your eyes, I'm playing cards." unlocked the door, motioned Cal ing tree."

sunshine again, crossed the creek "The Judge and Doc Joe were Roundtree, to go in, had then closed N!:tety per cent of roadside Cats
that plague owners can
sl I e and struck across country toward killed today, Waldron," said Cody. the door and stood'outside, guarding avoided. Checking car air pressures
town. It was his thought that he "It was an, ugly sort of killing from against any interruption. On the while tires will are show cool, tubes before that Inflating -
might possibly have word of Waldron side of the room, with his back up
what I hear. Murder, folks are call, far are losing an abnormal amount of
FOR QUICK RELIEF there; if not, he. could join Cal ing it." turned, a man was standing. The pressure due to slow leaks.
Roundtree and discuss the new set; "I heard about it," said Rance lamp was turned low; Cal did not Tempereturestopogrephyand typesof
roads well driving habit of
as as
up with him. Waldron. make out at once who it was. But 'owners account for wide variationsin
Cody dismounted in front of the when the door had been closed, the mileages from identical tire*.
"Another his
A Soothing C A I VBT man got come-up- These factors may account for a tire
ANTISEPTIC WMlEesW d hotel, tied his horse at the hitchingrail pance the same time; a man name man moved to the table where the turning In from twenty to twenty-
Used by thousands with satisfactory fc* and moved softly 'and silentlyas of Tom Gough. Maybe you knew lamp was and turned up the wick,. five Chicago thousand whereas miles from of seven service to eight in
suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredi- others were moving, seeking some him?'? He goggled as his first stroke of thousand miles may be tho mileageit
ents. Get Carboil at drug stores or write sign of Cal Roundtree.Cal smote him. will render in Texas.Gems .
bewilderment Here in
Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn.kicI3US "Maybe," he answered.
Roundtree was turning into a "Friend of ?" the flesh, looking very much alive
saloon, two friends flanking him, "Who wants yours to know?" Waldron and in fact,, as he had looked for
when he saw Cody he said wordto Cal had
; a cocked his brows. the twenty years; known
his companions who went on into up him, save for a terrible grimnesson'
thefpOII the Spread Eagle, and turned backto "Been in town all day, Waldron?" his face, was old Doc Joe.
you Rance laughed. There two
Cody. Doc Joe lifted a sudden warning
"It was Tom Gough, all right," ways to take a thing like this; he hand to forestall 'any explosive ut-
he said. "The Judge and old Doc had his choice. Rather than recog- terance from the astounded Cal -
fought it out with him like he'd : nize the broad implication seriously, Roundtree."No o

know they would if he knew them at i he elected to greet it as funny. loud talking, Cal, ,." he said tl
all. All three dead, but 'here's a "I'd like to get along with the incisively., 40 C

, .Ramer Eeefu.. sort of funny thing The shot that game, Mr. Cody," he said, sounding' Cal swallowed."Me .
t tnlra nfy'rf lAlnnfr..a One. killed Gough must have been fired now .like :a man who meant to I remain ? Me, I, can't talk: at all!"

' SINGLE DOUBLE EDCI OR the same split second that he fin- patient as long as he could, Then a tinge of color, angry color, .
ished off either Doc Joe or the but whose patience was fast runningout. came into his darkly ;weatheredface. .e
4for1OC Judge: both the old boys was shot "No, I haven't been in town all "What in hell's this mean?"
through the head. Heck, man, day. I rode in about two o'clock." he demanded. '
Manufactured and
1;! FEDERAL RAOR BLADE guaranteed CO.. NEW YORK by their bullets, the last, the ones that Cody heard Cal Roundtree's. snort. (TO BE CONTINUED). 'N Y'



.-.J:: !
_. : _, '_ -

:. .
r .:J' ,' .. "


employs in breathing lies in the smaller communities, have! readers as to the noble work of the-
at least for the prese'nt less columns he :
ago. But millions of dollars worth: Welfare Board, the efficiency
News into such ma- contributed amazing -
The Clewiston his family must be left behind. He the breath of
,and countless man and machine of the Industrial Commission
converting it from justso of space' |
flies from Miami and will be there terial and ,
to insure the of the wonderful accomplishment of
hours success
old paper" to a living ,
much "waste
,Jud will look up many _
Published every Friday In Clewtsto his and his sisters, Ed message which is ,circulated throughout War Bond drives, Salvage Campaigns, the Agricultural Adjustment Admin-
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEW frIends of whom he the width and breadth of the Victory Gardens, Rationing. Recruiting istration, the pleasures and advantages -
is there and others .
inc. Clark i of Point Rationing
Mrs and what have you. the adversities -
has known here and in St. Paul. land..
KEATHL.EY DOWDEN, Editor A. 0.Vard's sons are both there Since Pearl Harbor the newspapers At the same time they have been I 'that beset the State _Livestock

He's looking forward toy seeing them of America, particularly the week- equally generous in informing their,I (Continued on page 5)

mall mattt all and finds the only draw-back 'in I,
Entered as second class!!
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office 1 1Clewiston in the set-up is that Mildred and the I
Florida, under the Act of babies will still be in Clewiston. His I
March 3, 1897.SubscrIItlon !
work will be in the Naval' Suppl;)' I THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
I Balboa. I --
Depot in .
Rate $2.00 I'er Ycnr. I \
I \ :
1I 1 Ier"
Advertising Rates On Application. .... ...... ... .,
..>.:.:N-N-:.:...:.).:..:-:-: : :.N:NH : : N' : I; -

to the advancement and welfare '.., ,. '. %r+ctr.. 1
of Clewiston and Henory; ,Countj Too Late, To Classify! '"

MEMBER 0j. I ft ,1 t ( di

_FLoRIDAPRFSSASSCCRTlovMnQ1AL9TORIkFASsoakI1c j..........-...........-................................................................................... _. #
"l; I !
Recently an Indiana Congressman '. I
: ,
paid tribute to the newspapers ol r
nation for the part they: have I rI

..:..W..M..wv*:*vv*:*vvvvvRAMBLINGS.:..:..:..:..:..:.. played the: in furthering the war effortIt I II
was a tribute justly deserved.It ;
has long been evident that I I II
the public "
neither the government nor -

By B. B. fully appreciate the importance of I 1 .

. the average newspaper's contribution -
(..N N:M N N..N N N:N..N N:NM M:N N:M N N N N/ to the welfare and advancementof ,

the nation.No I
This column has been absent for industry in America gives more

a couple of 'weeks. In case anyone and asks less than the newspapers.So .

missed it, we here apologize. We've long has this been true that the

been busier than usual making some average citizen and the governmentitself

Deeded and regretted adjustments iu have come to take the unselfish -

our schedule' of work and living,, service and generous contilbu- ---
due to the sad fact that Carr Settleis a matter
tion of the newspapers as l ...
leaving newspaper work to open lof course and they have become

a drug: store, in Moore Haven. We indignant at any effort a publisher

wish him tremendously well in his I might makt to curtail or limit such ;. .
new undertaking, but to say that we gratitudes. .w I

shall miss him is a gross understatement I With the growth of bureaucracy, .
of fact. It would take a officials have consistently demanded .. '
lot adjusting to get over a change I public more and more from the .;;; "Mornto, Judge..meetin' someone?" ..., Army camps. Why, in a recent report made \r .

like that but we hope we shall make newspapers. Departments, bureaus, :.1"No, Sam, I'm just going up the line by the government, it said the Army usually %
its to be located in wet instead
the hurdle. commissions, administrations, committees aways on business.Wasn't that a troop train prefers camps
of dry communities. And.there's. aBound ,
and whatnot maintain costly that just pulled out? '
We were tjuite pleased this weekto publicity departments to grind out ; "Sure was, Judge..stopped over here for reason. In a wet community the \

receive a copy of the March 18th reams of propaganda. Millions of ten minutes and what a swell bunch of Army can control ,drinking. In dry com I ./. i.
{ L
Honolulu Star-Bulletin: sent us by dollars of taxpayers' money, are fellows they were." munities where bootleggers run wild it's almost 1

Art Lawrence. It was our first copy spent with a lavish hand for the 4 uT1i t's true all over, Sam. Our present impossible. We know that from our :

and we were pleased to see it. in It services of expert publicists, for type- Army is the best trained, best disciplined nearly 14 years of experience with national .,.'.
is an excellent paper comparable multigraphs,,
writers, mimeographs, behaved in American history. That'swhy prohibition.
appearance, size and make-up to engravings, mats and all the other best I hair when'I hear of some "There's no getting away from it, prohibition ,
usual get up
It has the my
any of our produc- ,
things: that go into the_ mass the around does net prohibit"Ccnjtttnu { .
full front page of war news, and a i tion of promotional material. Al] people trying to dry up areas '

generous quantity of news from The this is PAID FOR' in good hard cash I
of advertising ; S :
States. 'T1e'lirge"amount But the publisher, on whom th oj AlcoMit Bturtg Industrie JM.
attracted ,our mercenary eye, 7 "
; success. .,of such a campaign depends .
.. and we were pleased to note that gets not oneTthin dime for the count

of the ads, were urging con- - ----- .
many ---- - - -
tributions to the Red Cross. Sears, :' '

Roebuck advertised 50 feet of garden -. Official Table of Consumer Point Values For Meat, Fats, Fish And Cheese ", : ..;. ,:;
hose, full size and rubber cover-\\ X. >
ed for $3.69. There were '
ing clothes and jewels advertised, I No. 1- Effective March 29, 1943 : ::

too, at prices that seemed to com I I I Points ": ..'.>,
pare with prices in our best stores I I Points -COMMODITY Points COMMODITY Points perib COMMODITY per o n lb.PORK : COMMODITY per lb. ::-" y;!
here.The I INrlb. <>i
features included Ripley's READYTOEAT ,
Believe It or Not-Dorothy Dix .... BEEF BEEF LAMB- MEATS ::
Cross Word Puzzle, The Washington MUTTON STEAKS AND CHOPS

Merry-Go-Round, The Corner Cup- -I STEAKS ,VARIETY MEATS ;TEAKS AND CHOPS Center Chops______________ 8 COOKED,BOILED, BAKED, 'S :. ,;'

board .(recipe and household hints)] Porterhouse________________ 8 Brafns.-_______________ 3 _________________ 7 AND BARBECUED ';
The Comic section included only U. T.Bone______________..______ 8I' Hearts___________.:.;._______ 4 Loin Chaps__________.._____ 8 End Chops and 12'1" :':
fresh ____
7 Loin-boneless, _______
__________________ 4 Rib Chops------ Dried BeeLu
8 ----------
S. strips, alj familiar here. There: : Club---------------------- Kidneys- I _______________ 10 half.9 'l'; :'
6 7 cured only Ham-bone In,whole or .
:: Ghops-----------------
:::::::_: 7Rib Livers--------------------- Leg ,
was a splendid editorial page, but we I' Rib-lO--1n-c-h cut__ 8Sirloinboneless >houlder Chops-blade or Tenderloin_________________ 10 Ham-hone in, SnceL______ 11 :. .t

cannot say much for the quality of' I_ -i-Inch_____cut--------------__________ ____ 8 arm chops_..____:________ 7 Ham, slices__________._____ 8 Ham-butt or shank end_____ ...' ,.";'A f
the verse 'contributed Here's a ___ 9 Shoulder Chops and Steaks__ 7 Ham-boneless, whole or ,
RqASTS ___.___ _______ /
cured G haiL_____ : ., .
sample and only
: 8 fresh
Round-------------------- : Leg-whole or part_________ G Bellies, Ham-bDneless, sc-_ 1
Hitler's Doom Top Round_________________ 8' Sirloin> Roast-bone Shoul er-bon2 in__ ':.'..'
Berlin's dome Bottom Round_______________ 8 Yoke, Rattle, or ROASTS Picnic or Shoulrler-boneess.! ... .. I
Meets its doom Round _______________-_ 8 bone 111.___._____ Loin-whole,hall,or end cuts 7 Picnic Bouillon or Cubes, Beef Extract, -9 ':..'>1
Crushed and ruined, v Chuck or Shoulder__________ 7 Yoke, Rattle, or Loln-center cuts___________ 8 and all other meat extracts ." : ,
I ______________________ 8 '
Flank /: .
:" ___ 7
By homemade dynamite. i I Ham-whole or haIL____ and j. I
U. S. A. and British bombs, Ham-butt or shank end____ 7 -
ROASTS :' ., >1
I .-

Bing Art's, Bang zoom-em.the Rib-standing(chine bone on) ( Pig concentrates----------7: : .. :,i
sending us newspaper 'j
(10" cut)_________________ 7 The ,;
reminds of the of Will :
us story : "
Rogers' introduction to John D. ;." Blade RIb-standing lQ"cuti(chine. 6 Sweetbreads------------------4 7 ( ) item shall be determined -: _c.
on) ( -
; 'i '
Rockefeller Will beat the philan- RIb-standing(chine bone on) by adding Z points per : .

thropist to the draw and presented (7* cut)___________..______ 8 6 pound to the point value per :,',\'
him immediately with a shiny, new Blade Rib-standing (chine 8 Ham-boneless----------------9 pound of the uncooked item
bone on) (7" cut)__________ 7 6 ( from which it is prepared if "' '
dime. We often send to ,
newspapers ,
whole points
sold ,
\ .. Round 7 it is or -
others, but seldom receive themandl 5 per pound shall be added if' .- ..
we did enjoy and appreciate the i Rump Rump 8 it is cooked and sliced I .". .
thought and the paper. Chuck 6 "-_ .
I' Chuck 7 In-----------6 SAUSAGE -. ', :'f

Dick Turk has a head-ache these '\ ______________ ,
days, and it's caused by the fact that .. \ STEWS Tip------------------ boneless---------------------7 fat Backs and Clear Plates. 4 ."" -

the Clewiston ,school's service flag Short 4 6 in-----------------6 3 Plates, regular-------------- 5 Dry Sausage-Hard: typical .
Is so small. A short time ago it was. Plate 4 ;; 4 3 Jowls______-____________ 5 Items are hard Salamlhard ::
decided that the school should have ..- Plate 5 6 3 Hocks and Knuckles________ 3 Cervelat, and PepperonL_ 9' i ,:..,,.;',

Its own service flag. Material was ,..: Brisket Brisket 4 6 less_____________________ 6 4 Leaf faL________________ 4 Semi.dry 'Sausage: Typical 'J

purchased and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt Flank Meat_______________ 5 Ground Veal and Pattles- 6 Items are soft Mortadella Salami', a. = '. "
generously, as always, agreed .to Nwk-bone InNeckboneless...___________- 5 veal ground from necks, VARIETY MEATS Thurfnior, and ,
make the flag for the school. The \ _____________ 6 flanks, shanks, breasts, Brins--------------------- 3 Fresh, Smoked.and Cooked' ':, ,Yq;

beautiful flag was made, beige on a HM! of Round-boneless-____ 6 and miscellaneousreal SVARIETY' Chltterllngs_________:____ 4 Sausage: -; +:. :1Pork.
trimmings______________ A Typical items are :
field of blue with eight blue stars to Shank bone In_____________ 4 7 Hearts__________________ 3 Group : Wieners, :; ,'

begin with. Mr. Turk asked that ShankbonelessHAMBURGER ___.._______ G MEATS 8 Kldnays_________________ 2 Boloina.Baked Sausage Loaves, .. ...,''

names be turned in of other boys .in i I Brains--------------------S 4 8 Livers------__________ 5 and Liver -

service as he knew his eight were j Hearts------------___:;;____ 5 Tongues_____________ 6 Group B: .
not a complete list. He was not But round from necks, Kidneys.-______=;________ 5 1 Ears___________________ 1 Scrapple Sausage-------7- -' ':

prepared for the avalanche that followed 1 I flanks, shanks, briskets, __ 8 Tails_____________________ 3 ,Souse and ....f=
21 names to date have been ( ,plates trimmings, and miscellaneousbeef and beef fat 5 Livers--------------------- 6. : 5 Snouts___________________ 2 -also : > :: :':'

turned in to the school and the flag I I .' ', ,'/
PI'Is ,;: .
only has for eight of them. MEATS FISH Points CHEESES' &. ;
MEATS PilnUpifft. Po i nil Polnti FATS AND OILSButter CHEESEScbeici perBLAH JIC .
Mrs. Prewitt planned for a border in (In containers tin or gla)** I (In contalMrs tin or cia.) a per.lb. (In tealod any hermetically container) perlb. Ib. ."

case the list outgrew the flag, and ..! Greek all hard varieties). : :
apparently it is needed already.' ( Brims- 3 Pigs Feet, boned Cutlets 3 .Bonlto______________ 7 I *_____________ 8 Eumpf": d ratio. Process( AI,. ,, '. :./;,
..' \ : : ________ 7 Lard*_____ _______ 5 ____ .'.
'::::::: 7 Potted and Deviled Caviar_______ ..______ 5- Cheddar (American) Cheese ; ; ;
And you need worry no further 4.ChUt!) Con Cami_- :: "_. 3 M ts-. 4 I Crabmtat.... =._. 7 Margarlnl__________._ 5 Swiss________________ -" :J-L; ;
about the spelling on the Kiwanis in Dill. 4 Fish Roe_______ 7 Brick_______-- Seme "
DavBodHaraDrWBnf _________ 6 Sausage _____ Salad and Cookln{Oils __ tlin4. ;
Club's Roll of Honor in the Park. It ______________ 12 TamaleslongueBseL._______ 2 MackerelSalmon _____ 7 (1 pint-I pound)_- I Umburger Mdnster _____________-_ umfU .. "J.i
will be corrected' when the- names are Ham and Picnics (whole( _______ 7. _________- 7 DehydratedGratlda Cram Cheese------------ > '. 1'1':
lettered on. 7 Sardines________ 7 _____ d. tl,_ .' ,,' :,
.' i' II'halt}.------------ 10 Tongue, Umb-._ CHEESES'Lti.o.dcbw.sIodeaJd Club______ b... 'f
'y' Lethwn MMt_____ 7 Tongue, Pork..__....., 6 Sta Herring.---- 7 / Gouda.. Bin*.
Jud Francis left yesterday tor the r Heat Loaf__ 7 Tongue;V.---. 7 Tuna_____ 7 oat.-eI cia..... col.,... EdaM.-....._....... (Ptt a
IIda uetaJaIDt sa ,.rceaI Smtod._______________ ca-...
Canal Zone with mingled feelings.He's 1RisUpmdsS Vienna SIUIIP-._ 7 Yellow Tall 7 ....,......Il..t I.I.nI. ItlIIaII all bird nrIItJa- \De .,.
going on a necessary job (Navy' FlIP FIII. boa M.. 2 All 0UMr______ 7 AH Other..__ 1tst ...... (

Supply Depot) and it's almost like .>MHMR.kne ....tie.s mMeaw there...I.* (I)t....( eidlrtia. We e.ae ell.e..*r ***). >He atti........Ie OfiAl Tab d time FeM V.-.
going back home to him for he, with 1 erns
.. tt;,!!!IM'II''' true attic.
his parents, lived there many years

.e -R .
.u. .



I "1 i Missouri for a visit with relatives II II news from home. But I really: miss I nasty: crack about the selfish news-' of 15 miles as a state highway tor-

I before returning to Clewiston. my Clewiston News. It's niy own I papers and "What are they doin' to maintenance.

fault for not letting you know my help win the war?'"-and I'll ram Another resolution asks that- a.

r Personals ] BRIDGE CLUB new address, but here, it is at last. rent 1 down his"little pink throat item state road be declared between La-

1 "I'm getting along fine. Of course, by item, column by column, and page Belle and, Harrisburg, a distance .ot

Mrs. F. E. Conkling was hosteSSj I never worked so hard in my life 1[by page! about 14 miles, providing a., short

I to members of her bridge club at but I still like it. It's good for any- I route to connect with the Sela1Bg.,

i Berton Poor of LaBelle '_was a I I 1 her home' Wednesday afternoon. First, body who can take it. My officers I[Many Housewives Have highway which distance now .wjhi:

visitor in Clewiston Wednes-1 prize was, won by Mrs. Otto Larsen, asked: me if I wanted (.o 'get out as i i present roads' is about 50 miles;,
: business
:: ,I second by Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, I am over 38, but I told them I'm 1I i Red Points Left Over Copies of these resolutions will be,
'- _day:
";' : ... Strawberry shortcake was served I staying as ,I make more money now I I sent to State Senator James Franks
," -
,"- :Mrs: Herman Draughn and Miss'' after the game. than I ever made in years. (Editor's I]I As Second Week' Opens tin and Representative Elbert L

'_ Mae Palmer spent the w ek-end in I I Playing were Mrs Larsen, Mrs.. Note. It must have, affected your, Stewart in Tallahassee.The .

Miami. Beardsley, Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs., C. mind, or your: memory Pete) So it I' salary of William T. Hull as

r_ '. J. Nielsen, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. looks to me like I'll be with L'nclc J'I Beef was lacking in local meat I clerk of the board was increased $25a -

' S ,: Mrs. R. R. Hooks: and Mrs. 'John R. C .Wilson, Mrs. W. C. Owen and Sam for the duration." 1 markets during the first week of month, and T. E. Miller was employed -.

'S Mrs. N. V.' S Mumford. *. as courthouse janitor .
! i W. Bozeman were visitors in West I(I meat rationing, and many housewives at $80
Charlie Benson has sent in an sOme'of a month.
:'' Palm Beach Thursday. ,, have their red points
: "I I PAUL PULLE.V, JR. CELEKKATKS address for his paper. He's' transI -'!'left: over as, the second week opened
) r ,
.:' Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and!i FIHST BIRTHDAY WITH PAKTY I i I erred to the regular Navy and is';''Monday.: There was every prospect W.NTEDive baby alligators ,at

t S ;" Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop were i i assigned to sub-chaser duty. He1: that beef would be coming, into I 40fMh-. E. Thompson, HookersPointCt"ewiston.

"' Miami Tuesday. \lsi-1. Paul Pullen, Jr., one-year-old son spent a' few weeks in Atlantic City| town, more, plentifully this week and' .

1 t G:" tors in i: of, Mr. and".Mrs. Paul B. Pullen, cele- waiting for the' completion of the this f will provide a change from the-

r "'' ''- .. Mrs. John W.-Bozeman- of Gaines-! brated his first birthday yesterday sub-chaser to which he had been as- I pork diet of last week. -

"' 1 afternoon' with a party: at the home weather was unkind, I FOR SALE
J a few weeks here signed. The Small families will have their
/ .5 ville is .
Mrs.. Munselle Stone. 'of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. and the season ot the year was wrong ; first chance to make purchases of
7" with Mr. and ,
! J. Wiandt. Ice cream and birthday:I for him to really enjoy his stay., He ''larger roasts, hams and other choice DRAINAGE PUMPS

and'Mrs. House were cake were served to the little folks 1 said it snowed, rained, sleeted, hail 'items requiring a larger number of Two Xew
: ,:,:, Lt. Jack _!I I Drainage Pumps, up to,
and to their parents. ed, windstormed and all the other ( points providing they saved them
: guests of their uncle and aunt, Mr. 2.30,000: Gals per hour capacity,
:,' and Mrs. C. L. Downs this week. Attending were Bobby and Mary kinds of uncomfortable weather, and over from last week. The 16 pointsper ;'Propeller type, ZYz ft. lift without.

Ann 'Emrich, Donnelle, Tommy and he... did long for sunny Floiida again.' person allotted in the first week Engine. $200.00. _
I Myrna Faye Pullen. ,* I
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse and JoAnn would not stretch for these small
,,; Couse ol Moore Haven were And John Robbins, whose entering families on roasts and hams at 7, 8, J. M. Parshall Machine.

,"" .guests, of Mr. and 'Mrs. W. C. Nail ,_' CO, D[. GREAVES HAS SOX I. the military services was beset with 9', 10 and' 11 points per pound. A \

; \ evening. -- /' disappointments of one kind or half of a common smoked ham will Works
," 55 Wing Commander and Mrs. George another, has finally landed most\*run around 40 points and a sizeable

, :,: Mrs. B. L.vr' ; e of Carthage'l I Greaves announce the birth of a son, happily 'in the Field Artillery, and i|[ roast in the vicinity of 25 points, 1 I Fort Mjers, Florida *
-, 7 .' Arkansas, is spending some J I John Oecil, April 1 at Good ,we are indeed glad for ,him. John's. while the family's coupons also must

'with 'her son, Dr. W. D. Wylie and Samaritan Hospital in West Palm heart was set on the- Air Corps, Ofl i be used for other cuts of meat, -

.,' .' '. family. ,II Beach. Commander Greaves is Brit I course, just as his heart was so set 'cheese, butter, lard, shortening and .
or'the '
','', -' I : in charge RAF on, flying that he earned his own flying -,j canned fish. M. CAUSE t

,,," -- I cadets at Riddle Field. ( lessons while still in *High'' But this week, leftover +.
:! E. Westmoreland, who ,has, been __ ; any coupons
c'C-, the guest of his son, R. E. Westmore, LADIES AID INSTALLATIONMrs. School. Then he looked the services I!j from last week plus the new tickets Counselor and Attorney at Law

j land, for several, weeks, left Monday over and decided on the Marine I may be combined for such purchases I Hopkins Building I

: for his home in Blackstone, V) sinia. E. W. Durst installed Corps, but somehow was. rejected!'[ if desired. The same combination is i|1 Wednesdays and Saturdays :

was for the Marines on, account of crooked -[expected to speed up the sale, of II
of the Ladies Aid Societyin 9:80 to 4:00
<''.: Mr. and 'Mrs. Otto Larsen, 'Mrs. president installation services conducted teeth. He then applied for the!j popular steaks and other high-point

i! i C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. J. W.' Ezelle and Thursday, afternoon by Rev John N. Paratroop division and found he wasa items. ...

7 Mrs. W. H. Lanier were business half-inch too tall for that. He I May Help Butchers
Montgomery.Other ,
visitors in Miami Tuesday. installed Mrs.F. ,finally, was assigned to the Field If this develops, it may ease the .
officers. were tillery and is at Fort Leonard \ Ar-I DRESSMAKING, ALTERING,
f E, Conkling, vice-president; Mrs.C. anguish of many'retail butchers who
Mrs. H. S. McDuffie, Mrs. W. N. Missouri, where he 'is learning to l i BUTTONHOLE MAKING :
W. Fuller, secretary and Mrs. W. complained last week about selling
Louise an airplane mechanic. He writes )
Gloria McDuffie,
Martin, L. Lott, treasurer. Mrs. J. N. Montgomery plenty of hamburger ,but .
?; ; Roath, Marian Yoder, Margaret Von installed chairman of that- he likes the men and officersat few big items. Mrs. Inez Pope
was as the field fine That he is well relativelY)1
Mach were visitors,in Miami :Tuesday.
Last week, the only meat
the young women's group, Mrs. G. land happy ,and that the food there Millcrest Near Passenger Depot
,. H. Brown as finance chairman,' Mrs. 1 that could be used were
":: S < Mrs. A. M. Daugherty has returned H. R. Hall, social chairman, Mrs. P. j is .excellent All, in all, he isone of stamps in the No. 2 ration book (in (next door to Bill Allen's)
's" ':-- to her home in Gainesville after I Uncle Sam's very splendid and \
D. Duff;; flower chairman and Mrs., which blue stamps are for canned
""" ,' ; a visit with her daughter, Mrs., Ralph W. C. Owen ,service chairman.Mrs. adaptable youths who will make good! goods.) This week, unused A stampsare I -

./ ,;r M. Bishop; and Mr. Bishop. Owen, retiring president, .and I wherever he is assigned. That's the still good plus the red B stamps.C .
t. I __. stuff of which our ,armed forces is stamps I ;
Mrs. Durst were given corsages of will become eligible next Johnson's Fish Camp
; B. E. Prewitt of Tampa arrived made and that's"what. makes them
: rosebuds. Sunday midnight, and the D and ,E
$5 :" :yesterday for a'visit with his sons, the finest in the world. (Near Hurricane Gate)
It was decided that the next me'eting stamps in following weeks. Once they I I
..' .': ;, ,W.-C. Prewitt and M. M. Prewitt and would be held in the Red Cross become eligible, however, the A, B, Clewiston, Fla.
'f' their families. Art Lawrence, over in Pearl Har Boats and Motors-Guide Service
: room and that a 'portion of the meeting C, and D stamps remain good until:
bor dishing out mail to the boys in '
w- Rates Reasonable
-" ; ,time be spent in making surgical! i April 30. No expiration date has I
,: ",, ; ; Paul Slonaker, U. S. Navy, has ar- dressings. the Navy, had-the happy thought of 'been fixed on E stamps because_of a1 W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
,> "_ rived to. spend1:"X.furlough' : here with .' sending a Honolulu newspaper'to us. 'possibility that, meat ,rations may be I _
t" 0"
4. Mrs-"S.-: And did get such a kick see '
his parents, Mr. and we on put: on a monthly instead of aweekly -:
Slonaker. Paul is located at the ing the very excellent daily news ,
'\" U. S. Naval Air Station 'in Norfolk.. 1:N:H N:N:N:N N:N N:N:N. N N:..:N:N:NN:N:N N:.1 H N:..:M paper from Hawaii. Thanks, Art. _meat basis supply as soon stabilizes.as the nationwide II

V ,
;, Florist AgencyFlowers
OPA officials that with
hope a
,. E. M. Cornette, school board mem- Too Late To ClassifyContinued
week's trial and error behind them, delivered here at no
:. ; ber, and R. W. Turk, school principal With I
:- butchers and consumers will operatethe extra cost. Other towns, any-
::' -:: were in LaBelle Monday to at-
of from babe 4) rationing system, more smoothly.I( where in U. S.; add only cost of
> tend the regular monthly meeting
school board. Board, and the,proper way to make One of the principal difficulties, of I telegram, ranging from 20 to

yj: the county Our out your Income Tax 'Return. ,the first week was a sudden switch I 55 cents.
-- Boys
.' : authentic from shortage to surplus in the meat:
Just to gain infor- FOUNTAIN
',_ Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs. W. H. some MRS. SARAH E.;
."" mation what stocks of stores, some of '
> ', Lanier E. Carline on Florida papers'are many Western Union Office
,. 'i Mrs. E. Kelly,
: ';:, r. Berner and Mrs. A. M. Daughter' in -the doing along this line, I picked out which promptly availed themselvesof Day Phone 82 Night 2791

i-:- \:' ; ;.' were visitors in West Palm Beach : half a dozen'weeklies at random I authority to cut point values to
:" \ from the several hundred publishedin "prevent spoilage.
f, : Wednesday.
the state;; I carefully measuredthe I &
:; '
,: Mr. and Mis. W.: C. Allen have re- Service amount'' of news and advertising County Commissioners HOUSESof
turned to their home in Clewiston matter carried, and, believe it or' not, "
.., after spending several months in this is what I discovered: Regular MeetingThe Mrs. Viola" Stone's Estate are

" ,;Punta ,Gorda and Stuart where Mr. One ""C-column, '6-page weekly in charge of Mrs. Jewel Hooker.

Allen has been employed on defense ..:..:..: :..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..::.:..:..:..:..:..::..: made up its total/of 720 column inches county commissioners passeda 'Two, now vacant.
I as follows: 236 % inches of resolution Tuesday requesting the HOOKER
contracts. SEE MRS.
: purely promotional material against I legislative body no'w in session toj
: I Jack Moorman made front ,page 'I concerning them.CLEWISTON .
256 inches of actual news and 227 ,take over the Devil's Garden road'to
Mr. and :Mrs. P. E. Lunsford and news almost as soon as he landed in
: inches of advertising. In other the Indian Reservation, a distance
: son, Gene, of Miami were guests of Africa, (you ca nread .it on our paid
i .
.. ---- -
., JVIrs. Lunsford's sister, Mrs. E. 'W.\ front page if you missed it in the words, the promotional materiat'car"I

Durst, Wednesday.. The visitors j dailies) and James 'Vynn'ssmiling ried at the urgency and of for the benefit .::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..
,; were enroute to North Carolina and I face' greeted us from a recent issue !I of some cause governmental

stayed overnight in Clewiston. I 'of LOOK magazine.- It's reached the activity took up nearly half of the -

., S ':, -. I ,place where"you never' know where'j'I' paper's news columns and practically i

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert A. Land Clewiston boys- will crop up next. a third' of the entire publication.This .

.'. ,"" ,brought their daughter, Shari, home The very first news we've heard free publicity, for that is
from Fort Myers Sunday. :Snarl's, from Leon Brewer was given 'us ,this what it is, was 'a gift frpm a generous -I Ii: GOLF 'COURSE I

,; I leg, which was broken in a fall from week by Parker Wilson. And it's newspaper publisher and the J
.. a bicycle recently, was found to be I time someone put in a plug for beneficiaries were as follows: The -

healing badly and it was necessary Parker himself. There's a lad who's OPA, 53 inches; Navy Recruiting' 61 :;:. :;
v ,
... -.. lo place a silver band around the doing as much as any one individualto inches; Red Cross, 16 inches; WAVE
"w bone to insure its knitting together maintain morale in Uncle Sam's Recruiting, 8 inches; State Welfare '" / .;

:' S properly. She remained in Fort vast scattered forces of nephews. I I Board; 11 inches; State Department .:. .... .

-Myers: several days during this time really believe Parker writes personal of Agriculture, 10 inches; OWI, Y y /_ A.

and is now recuperating splendidlyhere. letters to more boys than anyone in 57%" inches; Agricultural Extension

," :{', ,. v Clewiston, and I know no letter Service, 37 inches;' Farm Credit Ad- ; The Number of Golfers Is Steadily, '

could be more welcome to them all. ministration, 10 inches; State De- + '

Judson V. Francis left yesterday I To get back to Leon. He didn't fense Council, 12 inches; U. S. ::::: Increasing ::;:'

for Miami where he boarded a clip say a whole lot about himself. lIe Treasury Department, 16 inches. ; .i.I
vIV 1
per for Balboa, Canal Zone. He has did say that if Parker would come Not counting the value of 'the I .

..'S been employed by the U. S. Engineers up he might give him a look at I white space, which at regular advertising .v. ', ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:"',,:,,:Oi ,
here for the past few years and was Santa Claus. : -.
Leon is in the Air rates would have been ( ....', \
recently transferred to the Jackson- Transport Command and has one of worth $94.60, the newspaper man 's.. -

ville office. He has accepted an assignment the fanciest yard-long addresses approximately third of his !
gave one
,, :;: Good Greenswwwvvwwww ; :I:
in the office of the U. S. we've found yet.: He says he writes time" that week to setting up and .. .,-. 'fIs.

. : Naval Supply Depot in Balboa. Mrs. few letters because it takes so longto making 'up Santa Glaus packages of ; '

'i",;;' Francis and their children will remain put his return address 'on the i valuable publicity for a lot of folks '' ,II;

.5 in Clewiston and will move in a envelope that it's equal to writin; who joyfully pay cash for everything :!: ..-' I::

few weeks into the Ward house now another' letter. After taking the address .I else' they get but would howl their +
: : occupied by Mr. and Mrs., George down I ,
we agree. Leon is well heads off if a country newspaper pu blUsher .

.VanHyning.. and likes his work, but he would | suggested that they might =i= '. Meet Your Own Friends There ::S i ij ::

like to know what's going on downin find a PAID ad worthwhile now'and v
1 Clewiston. '
::7 ," .. -
u 1 then.The .-
'': : I other papers analyzed all car- '
: Gratton George returned to Clewis- Pete Chagaris writes an ap- :: i" I:
an amazing amount of similar !; '
ton Monday after an absence of j '
letter .
preciated saying "Uncle Sam material and I believe a careful checkof : .
several weeks. He went first to has
my boarding house, BO state papers would show that all .
, I
: Baltimore where he was to receive here I am in Mississippi. It's too ''of them average from 15 to 20 per-

I additional medical treatment at bad they didn't send'me closer to *
cent in
a week such space contribu-
'I 1/ Johns Hopkins Hospital. There he our sunshine state but I'm still luckyto tions. :i: YEARLY MEMBERSHIP ,\ :

found that although his conditionhad be in the good old south. I've I
'I've got these marked copies all ss
improved he must wait threes been here ?
four weeks' and I never tucked away in a safe place just DAILY GREEN FEES
months longer to repeat his treat- believed,,
an old ,horse like me couldbe waiting for some smart bureaucrator 4I :

ments. He then went to St. Louis, so lonesome from not, getting' publicity promoter to make a -::!:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:-<-<-<--a

__ _
__ -___n _

@ got"Have everything.I What got "a a girl Gal, Mom! she's I Portraying Faith I IF Uncle Ph./

ileAwhllt-t\0 "What do you mean, everything, .
I son?" AITII has been customarily por- gti.r:
"Well, 'typewriter, tires, and her traycd as one of the gentle graces;
dad runs a filling station." as u lovely feminine figure with gentle
for Each face, slender, graceful physique, clad in Who Is in Step?
Unfinished Business Turn Highto easy flowing robes. Such a portrayal is
"Charlie claims that he is a .,, "My wife" and 1 suffer from alternate "Ah bet yuh was relieved when not altogether appropriate. Faith oughtto If someone differs from you and
self-made man." insomnia. ? What's that?" yuh found it wasn't 'a spook fol- be represented as a masculine figure; you think he is out of step, just ",
"Really? What interrupted?" "Alternate insomnia keeps the lerin' last night," said Sam. strong, athletics-daring, with eyes of remember that he may be march-
"Whichever to sleep first yuh
gets relieved," replied fire, tcith muscles of steel, with will of ing in perfect time'to the music of.
other awake all night. "Ah was so
Setting Her Right Rastus, "that ah slowed down to iron,,with every faculty in full control; a band which you cannot hear.
but in intense
not quiescent action.
She-My sin is Vanity,.I spend hours Pronounced a gallop." Faith is trust, but it is more. It is actionon Monotony it a curse, but it is an inev-
admiring my good looks.HeThat's that's imagina She-Don't you think I show distinction the basis of what is believed. It is itable part of life.
not vanity, Too Alike"Didn't
in my clothes? daring; it is courageous; it is full of.
tion. He-Well-er-that is, I think you have a" brother in initiative. To conceive of faith as a If You Are MistreatedDid -
General IdeaA distinctly would be a better word. this class last term? asked the passive attitude of mind, is, to mistakeits
professor.'No real nature. you ever think of trying to
asked high to paraphrase school freshman the sentence was: It may be bad etiquette for a sir, it was I," replied the Where there is real faith the, whole deserve better treatment?

bent on seeing her." husband to walk between his wife student. I man proceeds to act. Art, in picturing Some of those who are silent
was windows-but boy, "M'm; extraordinary'resem.- faith as feminine, has not been pro
i This is what he wrote: "The and the shop martyrs may be merely thinking-
the New Testament.and .
blance! foundly true to
it's smart! malicious thoughts
I', sight of her doubled him up.

.J in 800. Lothair enteredin
again Greenwich Civil Time
'Tivas Necessity Made 1 824, and there were no fewer
Honest ManIn I Rome-the Unluckiest Capital I than four pillagings by Germans In addition to its 24-hour clock,
Knave of
r between 964 and 998. the U. S. Army ,now .uses Green-
a certain court case one I Then came the Normans under wich Civil Time exclusively to
the lawyers caused much amusement is the unluckiest capital It was not until A. D. 410 that Godfrey of Tuscany, and Robert avoid confusion in time on our numerous -
; by referring to opposing" ROME Europe. Founded 2,694years Rome was entered by/ the Goths Guiscard, and after them Fred- fronts. Example: Officersin
counsel as "Mr.-er-Necess ago, it has the record of under Alaric. Forty-five years erick Barbarossa, Charles of An- Alaska and Morocco, reporting
This went m for some time until having been taken and, sacked later the Vandals sacked what,remained jou, and Louis the Bavarian in incidents that occurred simultane-

the judge interrupted. more often than any other capital and during the Sixth century 1328. ously, would use the same time
"Might I ask, Mr. Robinson, city. it fell no fewer than five timesto In 1527 the Constable of de Bourbon figures, such as 271331Z, meaning,
he said, "why you continually refer First the Sabines who the Lombards. completely sacked the city. In the 27th day of the month at 31:
to learned" counsel as 'Mr. Necessity' were let in through the treacheryof Various sieges were experienced 1796 Napoleon entered 'Rome and minutes after 13 or 1 p. m., with;''
? Tarpeia. Then in 390 B. C. during the Seventh century. Char- made it one of his capitals, and the letter Z standing for Green-'
"Because, your honor, he in 1840 the French besieged it. wich Zero Meridian. *:
no law," was the biting answer. Rome was sacked by the Gauls. lemagne took it up in A. D. 774, or



'- r. < . ':i. i''
.. ,;... ... i .h. .

.. REPORT ON : : >". -



; \*' : \ 7\; :>,' : jd.: '

'" .
: l Jf

i \ v i/'; What we received 1942 1941 "'. ,"':, ..' I ..,}.;",t" ; ; '.

: ;-,; ..l.l.m.- . '. : :'
.!\' : for products and services sold $1,865,951,692 $1,622,355,922 .

: ) .. .
: ;, : : :


'.' r :Xi' ;: : :f
)c. What we did with the money ,, .
-. ".W ''''''. :<' 0 >.
: -:, "..
,", .' and ".; .'" $782,661,701 $628,275,135 ': : i : ..<: .
salaries social secu-ity pensions ;
Wages, : '. -:-...: :>J. ,_
.../ : ,",' '
: ..
: :

Taxes-Federal, state and ,local ". ..;. 203,755,157 16'8,645,848 .':-".,.,.....; .,.'., '.' .

/ -- ,: .,' ,,:
-- Products and services bought from others .' 648,401,343 579,640,279 ../',_ d': ". .... '
:.. :;: 0 ;

Wear and usage facilities ; ; :,c 128,161,530 98,590,187 :,) ': :: .. '::,.

,. :

.. Estimated additional costs caused by war ., ,1 25,000,000 25,000,000 ;i-. ;. .',(',;,. -. ". -

';- ; :'< '.',}".. .. '.-'
6,153,392 .
f. 'ff
I Interest on indebtedness ; 4 -
., ', \ 7 l;.,: t'
Dividends on cumulative preferred stock ', 25,219,677 25,21 9,677 ": ;: >).,-\ ; .
$ "\,;: <. ,
Dividends on common stock ., 34,8 13,008 34,813,0 -", .:'- ., .':..'

:::.\ .-- r' F::
(. ,
Carried forward for future needs .; 11,785,884 56,138,390 '
'. ,.!.'i; ; '..:-:: ,(,:

.__ ) Total, $1,865951,692 $1,622,355.922 >t <;,>. ;';,

,. __ \..': :".:-i :

Steel production in net tons of ingots 30,029,950 28,963,018', : .., I .':: .. .

'" '
'. > .
J: "

.'': \ r----______ :; rs;.' .\\i.:
MAIL ------__ '- : f.: T .
...- .: I THIS COUPON _1.. ,>" ". ,

'. \ '" FACTS WORTH NOTING: ,to United States Steel I. '. ; i .,.
D '; .. .
/ :
71 epartment "tY71\rn I :! 0.'.. .' '' '
i Broadway, n.L1uI :: : -,:
I 0 $783 million for workers in 1942, or 25%more than in 1941. ,. York' N.1':. I .,-: .
Pleaso '
in in 1942 21 than,in 1941. I send me U. S. Steel J ': :; 'l'/ '
$204 million to government taxes or % more Annuai Report ,." \-.1.- .J. ) .
1 for 19,12 1 ,. ..
Name .
0 No increase'in dividends in 1942. .
I :.; : ,7 ,.
future less than in 1941. I : : \
O Balance for needs 78% Steee.... I.Many .

.._.. v other interesting facts are told in the Annual Report of U. S. Steel,just published. I City I '..:r {('C," o. ,,.. .

effort. The complete '.::' :?:\- ,.. r.
It is a production story-and a financial story-of a great war l t -
and mail the at the right. -...__...._ -Sfat II '} (\Y.. ;:
<. report_ will be_ furnished upon request. Clip coupon _....--__- -.: ',: ., ,.' 'J'
r --
--- J'

: Y. J


> ,



,.- t ,

AS I( ME 7

? 1 A quiz" with answers offering ?? -

ANfJTHE'R- information on various subjects |

:.. . ..-.-.-.-.-,-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-

The Questions The Answers

1. What is a philippic? x 1. Speech abounding in invective.

(' Washington, D. C. 2. In army slang, what is a cavalryman 2. A cavalryman is "bowlegs,"

CONGRESSMEN called? infantryman is "blisterfoot."
3. A quack medicine is often 3. A nostrum.
The President's heralded meeting called a what? 4. Cerberus.

with congressional freshmen had an 4. In mythology, what was the 5. "Army of the U. S." applies
unheralded sequel on Capitol Hill. 'name of the three-headed dog that to all draftees and those enlisted

Day after the White House party, guarded the entrance to Hades? "for the duration plus six months;"

19 second-term house Democrats 5. What is the difference between "U. S. army," our regular army.
held a luncheon in Speaker Sam the "army of the U. S." 6. Log rolling is combining to

Rayburn's private dining'room, at and the "U. S. army".? assist another in a political enterprise

which there was considerable good- 6. What is meant by the political ., in consideration., of assist
natured, and some not so good-na term "log rolling"? ance in return.

tured, grousing about the Presi 7. Where is the Peace river? 7. Western Canada.
dent's relations with congress.

Object of the luncheon, arranged

by Rep. Oren Harris of Arkansas,

was to enable the second-termers to I Decorating Home Accessories 1 I

"console" each other for not being

.Invited to the White House for a

party when they were freshmen. And there are many other attractive

Among others, Rep. Sam Russell small articles too. Directions 493 contain
and Eugene Worley of Texas took detailed instructions for 18 articles.
Due to an unusually large demand and
great delight in joshing Rayburn: current war conditions slightly more
"Sam, why can't you get1 us an invitation time Js required in filling orders for a few
to the White House?" of the most popular pattern numbers.
Send your order to:
However, the luncheon took a serious

turJr. when scrappy Rep. Edward
Hebert of Louisiana lambasted Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
82 Eighth Ave. New
the White House for not consulting
and Enclose 15 cents (plus 'one cent to
with congress on new legislation,
cover cost of mailing) for Pattern
I criticized his colleagues for submitting
I: Observing No .............
to White House "dictates. .

I that,only 26 of the 45 Democratic Name ...............................

I j freshmen of the last session Egg Slices Ring Around Lima Bean Casserole Address ........eo...................
i j survived the November elections
(See Recipes Below)
I the Louisianan declared:

: "If a lot of us had paid more attention Nutritious Dishes

I to our constituents instead This Week's Menu S KI N IRRITATIONS OF

of to White House advisers, there Lima Bean Cheese Loaf EXTERNAL CAUSE
wouldn't be so few of. us here to Are you struggling with the prob-
Salad bumps (blackheads), and
Orange-Apple acne pimples
day. In the last'year of Huey Long'stenure terns of planning meals with ugly broken-out skin. 'Millions ,relieve
or depleted Oatmeal Refrigerator Rolls miseries with simple home treatment.
he controlled both houses of
work at Direct action aids
food? Goes once.
the Louisiana legislature ,completely stocks of Snow Pudding Custard Sauce healing; works the antiseptic way. Use
except for one man. ,But Huey Do you get late ,Beverage Black and White Ointment, only as di
to market some rected.lOc,25c.50c sizes.25 years success.
didn't try to ram through any bills Recipe Given Money-back.guarantee. t3T Vital.In.
without letting each man know what days and find you cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
can't find what Black and White Skin Soap dally.O .
was going on and making him feel
like he had a stake in the program.We you wanted ? a good main dish:
in congress haven't been treated Then today'srecipes Lima Bean Cheese Loaf.
like that.", and suggestions (Serves 6) I

Hebert said he held no enmity 'will be of 2 cups cooked. dried lima beans,

against the House leadership, add real help to'you- pureed .
ing to Rayburn: for these times 1 cup cracker ,crumbs

"I've always been very fond ol are real problems for every home- 2 tablespoons melted butter

I you, but I've never been able to maker. 2 tablespoons chopped green
Now that you are shopping not pepper &
vote for you on a national ticket. I
hope I will be able to cast my ballot only with a budget but also with A cup-onion, minced

for you next year, either as top man I a point budget, you must plan care 1A cup ham, ground
fully so as not to use all the precious 2 tablespoons parsley, minced
or running mate on the Democratic ?
ticket.". I points before your month 'is Ys cup American cheese, shred 493

This up. Use as many unrationed foods ded |I those home fires
brought loud cheers from the KEEP brightly -
as possible, and budget those points Yi cup milk
luncheoners and blushes from Ray- burning-by makirfg your 1tmv:.
burn, who responded with a fatherly carefully which you have to use. 2 'tablespoons chili sauce home a place of beauty. These
Never lose sight of, nutrition qualities Yz cup meat.stock
lecture urging those present not to ingenious, simple directions include
however, for your body must be One of dried lima beans
let personal animosities influence cup a variety of decorative ideas
their actions in congress. properly fed to do its work. makes about 3 cups when cooked. for dressing-up old household accessories or REGULAR I
Lima beans rich of Soak them in cold water
source vegetable overnight -and for making new
AMERICAN BOMBERS protein, thiamin and riboflavin then cook for 20 minutes, add salt ones. In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets
make an excellent meat extender. and cook 10 to 20 minutes more until there are no chemicals, no minerals, no
the criticism
you may With three eggs and careful season tender. To puree lima beans, phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are different
of American
planes U. S. air
men who have studied the ing, it will have an unmistakable put through a sieve. -act different. Purely vegetable-*
of appeal-and plenty of hearty satisfaction Brown onion and green pepper in combination of 10 vegetable ingredients
bombings Europe say privately : butter. Blend all ingredients except formulated over 50 years ago. Uncoated
that one American bomber is worth Lima Beans California. stock together thoroughly. Pack or candy coated, their action is dependable
five of the British. thorough, yet gentle, as millions
into loaf tin. Bake
Serves well-greased
( 6) a ,
American planes ar: e heavily of NR's have proved.Get 10 Con-
2 cups dried limas in a moderate oven (350 degrees)
armed and heavily armored. AblE; vincer Box. Larger economy sizes too.
to Z tablespoons butter for about 50 minutes. Baste frequently
protect themselves, they His
operate Forte
Vz cup hot water with stock. rem..t 18.'IItJk t,'/IIll\'H\ :'ItJ:k"
in the daylight, with precision .
"They the hardest thing for
2 hard-cooked eggs An excellent tomato sauce to
bombing, whereas the ,British an actor to do-the highest art-is
with this loaf be
Vs teaspoon pepper serve can made
planes, flying at. night, must lay "
simply nothing.
Yz teaspoon salt by sauteeing 2 ta-
down a pattern of bombs over a 1 blespoons minced "Is that so? Then my boy Joe Use at first
tablespoon parsley, chopped
whole area hoping that the CO
target ,will be hit. principal 1 egg beaten JG onion and 2 table- must be a natural born actor. sign of a

/ 1 tablespoon lemon juice spoons chopped
What It Took
British planes can carry a heavier celery in 2 tablespoons TABLETS,
cook dried lima beans, soak in .q "
load of 1 that man who sang the tenor
bombs, but the fewer envy 666 SALVE
cold water 4 butter.
to 5 hours or over solo" NOSE DROPS
carried by the American night. Before dinner, cook in same Add to this 2 bay leaves, 1 teaspoon "Why? He hasn't much of a voice." COUGH DROPS.i .

planes are more effective because water 20 minutes, add salt and cook whole cloves, Vz teaspoon salt and 1 "No, but just think of his nerve!" i Try "Rub-My-TUm" Wonderful Liniment
they go straight to the, target. 20 minutes.longer or until beans are can tomato soup. Simmer 10 min
Further, American planes have tender. I utes, strain, and serve with loaf. Good Example

suffered fewer losses proportionately Cream butter, add salt, pepper, Tongue With Carrots in Spinach Teacher-An anonymous person
than the British, both operational parsley, lemon juice, and beaten Nests. is one who does not wish to be Wh9 ;
and combat losses. Mix well known." (A few minutes later)-
In fact' the egg. '"'!I .? 1 fresh beef tongue
American contribution Who is that laughing?
add hot water, 1. 'dJ ,? Water RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
is so important that the all then pour over limas : Voice-An anonymous person.A .
out bombing of Germany must await and cook in 2 teaspoons salt
the availability of more U. S. planes. double boiler ( 3V cups cooked spinach man is as old as he looks; a-

Most people think there is a heavy creamy. ,Turn until -J1 2 cups cooked, diced carrots woman is as old as the way men MENEIlS"jfgUjSTEgfi

concentration of American planes in into a hot vegetable Cover tongue with water and add look at her.

England now, and that the current dish and ar- : salt. Cover. Allow to simmer 1 Wide
rojund-the-clock bombings are the big range hard-cooked I hour to each pound of tongue, or Open /
Clerk These
eggs over
top are especially
sHow. Neither is until is tender. Remove
correct. tongue from
and sprinkle finely chopped parsley strong shirts, madam. They simply BRINGS BLESSED RELIEF
There was a concentration of U. S. in a border around dish. water and skin. Serve hot, sliced.
planes in England last Arrange nests of spinach and car. laugh at the laundry. Large BottleEl[ wtf mm122-SmanSIz)) 6
fall summer and Plump limas combined with another Customer I know that kind. I IT 111 COOO ODDS STORES if IT MAIL.nciljt/ it|riet |
made with intended rots on platter around tongue.
publicity. good protein food, cheese, in had some which came back with MCNEIL DRUG co,inc.
I This had the effect of sending the this dish, meet, the requirements of Smothered Chicken. their sides split. 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville,Florida
.Nazis scurrying all over western (Serves 4) ,
to mend their Eu'l
rope defenses. 2 pounds chicken
U. S. air strength was pulled out oJ Lynn Says: 1 pound mushrooms

England for the mission it had been The Score Card: When you plan Yz cup milk

intended for-the invasion of North meals these days, do it with ra 2 tablespoons butter or fat ABERDEEN-ANGUS SALE
Africa.U. tion book in hand. Remember, 1 teaspoon salt

S. air strength in England is you're spending not only money Ys teaspoon pepper

now being built up again, and when but points and that requires extra 1 tablespoon flour 200 ChokeBreeding
the time 'comes, the two air forces keeping of accounts.
combined will stage the show in- Plan meals in advance keep Cut chicken in serving pieces and
intended to knock Germany out ol ing in mind what you need and brown in fat. Slice and fry mush CattleCONGERVILLE
the what points rooms until browned. Place chicken
war. you can use to best
advantage with it. Don't squander in baking dish, cover with mush

MEXICO BARS MIGRATION points. If, for example, you rooms. Thicken remaining fat with ,

No one is advertising it, but Mex have an eight-point coupon, and flour, add salt and pepper, then milk ILLINOIS
ico has slapped a temporary ban need something valued at six and cook until thickened. Pour

on the recruitment of its workers foi points, try not to use the eight- sauce over mushrooms and chicke'n.Cover Wednesday, April 14

farmjobs in the United States. point coupon except with any baking dish and bake in a 90 tried bulls ready for service-110 females from the herds of the Central
This was expected to be one ol thing which corresponds with it. moderate ((350-degree) oven for 45 Illinois Aberdeen-Angus Breeders'Association. Many top foundation females

our big sources of farm labor ir Since canned and packaged minutes. with calves at foot. This is your chance to buy"More of the Better Kind"in
the Southwest. However goods will be at a premium, plan Lynn Chambers welcomes you to submit the largest Angus auction of 1943.,For catalog write Box K, Congerville,HI. .
no Mexican those your household queries to her problem Mall bids to W. H. Tomhave, American Aberdeen-Angus Association U. S.
Don't do
laborers have menus carefully.
been imported it: clinic. Send your letters to her at Western Yards, Chicago 111. Or we will meet your train by appointment at Peoria or
more than a month, despite feverist: without fruits and vegetables if Newspaper Union, 210 South Des- Bloomington,111. ,

efforts by the Farm Security administration I the coupons are used ,up-have plaines Street, Chicago, Illinois. Don't CENTRAL ILLINOIS ABERDEEN-ANGUS BREEDERS' ASSOCIATIONConcervllle _
to bring in approx,1mately plenty of fresh, unrationed ones forget to enclose a stamped, self-addressed '
Illinois '
50,onn. 'I on hand. envelope for your reply.
Released by Western Newspaper Union.

.. FRIDAY. APRIL 9, 194.;.

1'.1CE LIGHT I Conservancy District for I NOTICEHENDRY OF' APPL10AT10FOR

bushel crates,' baskets, orhampers.1 until- May 31. South the year Florida'beginning1 and ending the 1st the day 31st of November day- (Senate TAX Kill DEED No. 163) _
No. 26'good 1943.
COUNTY IS| U. S. No. 2 containing 75 percent or Coffee coupon rom\\ of October; 1944' said budget among ---.J.- '
1 will be March 22 to April 25. other things shows the amount of debt GIVEN. That
better of U. S. ,No. quality service tax and the amount of main- A aOTownsendrlol of Tax Certificates
supported at 15' cents per bushel below tenance tax per acre necessary to be No. 133-135, issued the 5th. day
GROW 250 I, for U S. No; 1. Fruits and Vegetables levied upon the lands within said Dis- of August, A. D. 1935,. has filed same,
!MED TO the prices Canned, frozen, dried products trict for the year 1943 which budget in my office and has made applicationfor
Sweet potatoes will be purchasedIn of has been completed and presented to a tax deed to be Issued thereon.
being sold on "point" coupons the said Doard and placed on file In Said certificates embrace the following
POTATOES sacks, but at a: discount ration book No. 2. Blue A,_ B, and the office of the Secretary of said described property in the County of
JUKES OF of 10 cents, under the designated during March. Also District and the same may be examined Hendry, State of Florida to-wit:
takes C coupons valid' at the said office; that the Boardof NVi of NWVi of SW'of SEVi
bushel prices. This differential includes canned and dried soups, and Supervisors will meet at 10:00 o'- and 5 acres In SW corner NWV4-
account the lighter weight of the except milk and clock A. M. Friday, May 7, A. D. 1943, SEt 110 yds E & W by 220 yds N
been I into packingcost. canned baby foods ( at the office of the South Florida Conservancy Sec. 17, Twp. 45 S.,
lt drmers: of Hendry have packed sacks. and the lower cereals). District, In Belle Glade, 'l They assessment of the saidepropertyunder
federal government to Florida, and from day to .day there- the said certificate issued was
r:,lskea by the I .. after as may be necessary for the pur- in the name of Geo. W Fritchey.
la'tit: 620 acres in sweet potatoes.I I Hendry County farmers who will Tires pose of hearing objections and com- Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
this large quota every- of sweet; pota' reclaimed rub- plaints' concerning said budget. I according to law the property'
.FI'o make to plant a crop Recapping with D.,
up j agree Dated this 2nd day of April, A. described therein will be sold to the
"cihe who can should plant some acre- toes are asked to notify the county ber camelback permitted for tires 1943. highest bidder at the. court house dooron
be most as CONSERVANCY the first :Monday: in the month ,of
: sweet potatoes can office in the courthouse 7:5020 permitted SOUTH FLORIDA
and than
agent's smaller
age DISTRICT May, 1943, which is the 3rd day of
'Successfully grown In South Floridain soon as possible as to how much without ration certificate. ,,'., By R. Y. PATTERSON, May, 1943. ..
the summer. I they will plant. This is important Chairman of the Board of Supervisors Dated this 1st day of April, 1913.
--- acreage 'these i No. 13-April 9, 16, 1943. .:.. (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, .
The Department of Agriculture! as the war board needs I fins and Tires Clerk of Circuit Court of:

has "announced that prices on sweet I I figures.RATIONING. I otorists must make their No. 5 -- 1 April 2, Hendry 9. 16, 23.County.. Florida
potatoes will be supported., "through gasoline coupons in A books last\ NOTICE OK INTENTION TO APPI'V\.\
by the Food ':Distribution for the next four months. Eachcoupon FOR PASSAGE- : OF I I I
purchases that farm-I' gallons but LOCAL LEGISLATION.Notice IN THE COUNT".JUHtJ '!I COURT IN
Administration in order is worth three AND FOIl; HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA -
'ers may" be assured an outlet for CALENDARMeats the extra period cuts, the ration in I Is hereby given that applica- '
; : I tion will be made to the 1913, sessionof
their" crops.. I the Florida Legislature for enact- I In Re: ESTATE, ;MRS. VIOLA
Secretary of Agriculture Claude \ Fats, Canned Fish I I ,According to the,Revised Tire In- ment of a bill having substantially the STONE, deceased. -'
( and title:
emphasized the necessity of I marked A" in ration spector's Manual, issued Jan. 20, following provisions NOTICE TO CREDITORSYou
Red coupons | AN ACT Relating to the Nomination I II I
iff' planted I local ration and each of hereby notified -
week in the you are
increase received Commissioners -
'a substantial No. 2 are valid this and by and Election of County
> book and
\ I required present any'claims
:'acreage for sweet potatoes, buying beef, veal, pork, lamb, mutton -; board last Thursday, June. 30 is! the 1 I I State of In Florida each Having County a"of Population the-I and demands which you or
larger'than normal butter margarine, deadline for holders of "B" gas of"Not Less than 3675 and either of you may have against the
will need hard cheese, ,
"We estate of Mrs. Viola Stone, deceased.
quantities 1943 to insure'adequate shortening, edible oils and canned ration books to have their tires inspected I.I Not the Last More than Official 3750 State According Census to', la ofaiHendrynCountytFlor County '
"B" cou for the second time May :n. Nomination at
potatoes Their
he said. "Sweet fish and' meat. Providing for
'supplY, or glassed books'to Such LaBelle, Florida, within eight (8) cal-
"C" Election by the Voters of
,-are-a highly nutritious food, and we pons will be good next week, "C" the deadline for holders of and Counties at Large and Not by,Districts -' endar months from the date of the
'Ih'ave enough of them so they the following week, etc. I have a' second inspection, while and Prescribing Where Can-'1 r I first publication of this notice. Each
.nust points | claim or demand must. be in writing
Offices Shall Re-
until Sept. didates for Said
a be substituted to some extent Validity is on a monthly cumulative '"A" book owners have :.side, and Providing that Any I and must state the place of residence
be scarce. not usedthis 30th. State. of Florida I and post office address of the ,claimant
that "A" County
other foods may basis-that is, coupons
for \
Under the Provisions of I and must be sworn to by the claimant
afford to incur be turned in a t any Coming his or the
("Before farmers can week may This Act Shall Not Lose its ,Status'by : his agent or attorney same
for labor, ;ir .tie April 30. So I Subsequent Change of will become void according to law.
through any
,additional expenses Of
District Meeting and to Repeal All Lawsin This the 11th day of March, 1943.
plants, and fertilizer, they must be !l.may B, C and D coupons not required I' I Population Conflict Therewith. Signed: '

:assured of an outlet for their crop in the weeks they are current. Ag Teachers VOTERS LEAGUE OF CLEWISTONCOMMUNITY. Executrix JEWEL STONE of the HOOKER Estate of, I
of I HeIdi .,
at reasonable prices, regardless I Mrs. Viola Stone deceased
how large the crop may be," Secretary Shoes ______ April 8-15-HCN: & CN I No. 10-Mar. 12, 19, 26, April 2, 9, 1943. ,

Wiekard'Sa1d.' 'I June 15-No. 17 stamp 'in War J. F. Williams, Jr., 'state supervisor -\
Prices :will be supported through Ration Book No. 1 is good for one of agricultural education and a

'purchases by the Food Distribution pair until June 15. Families may four district supervisors met with
at $1.15 per bushel members of vocational agricultural teachers.of 14
of all
pool the coupons I ... .. .
harvesting season from counties in a quarterly ;
during the the family. Each person entitled South Florida "'io.
November; at $1.30 I in Clewiston Monday /
August through district meeting
to three pairs a year. vi4
per bushel in December and January I. night. 'i j y- OFFICIAL

at $1.45 per bushel during of discussion c< J r,. PHOTO3RAPMU.S.. -
and Sugar and Coffee The principal topic I ARMY
February, March and April. These I Production Training 0 BIDNAL CORP*'
ration War
grad- Stamp No. 12 in original I was Rural f
'prices apply to sweet potatoes book good for five pounds of sugar and several new: courses were
ing U. S. No. 1 and packed in either I added to those already available
--- through the agriculture program. $

According to M. H. Sharpe, local agriculture

teacher, none of these new

AMERICAN HEROES] I courses this area.are particularly';1 adapted to

. BY LEFF i The.district. supervisors attending
"(lie meeting were Tom Baraneau, A.

W. Tinney, G. C. Norman and Travis

May, Get Passes .

(Continued from 'Page 1) s x a -T* M It's dust common sense tfttotn

I I plainly show the height of the individual -! \1 U t refrain from buying ,things

"'Yr, N 0 and a number assigned by
I needed in our War
the Coast Guard. A photographer 05

will.be on hand and a nominal chargeof sQ Save. and buy after our

25c for each photograph' will be i fCOttl e", ''
Victory, your savings'
made. egularly\ \ ,open

If you are 'a boat owner, a fisherman account here.. today!

or merely a passenger, or if you!,

-make trips ,to the East or West Coast i

where restrictions are enforced, procure -', &
War Bonds Stamps
your identification card by going Buy

to the City Hall Building on Mon-j!

day, April 12. :




Class M. C.: Hoffman, survivor of the U. S. S. -' I TO WHOM IT !NIAY CONCERN: sI
Marine P\l. 1st sunk duringan Take notice that pursuant to House
until she was
QUINCY, was a loader on one of her big guns Bill No .1122 passed by the Legislatureof
with the Japs off Savo Island in the Solomon.Hoffman the State of Florida, during the
engagement is typical of the crew. You are helping Hoffman and hh 19tl session, the Board of Supervisors!!!
D.- 1'111'\-. South Florida Conservancy Dis-
the Serond War Loan \'e. of the
buddies when you buy bonds! during trict has caused to be prepared a I
give their lives-You lend your money. budget of the bond requirements and ]
of the maintenance requirements. of the I

------------ ...... .,. ,, ...
-- 'w "" '""""1>'1'''.11111111111 II j\\IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII."JH\\IIII


I If
I .

t ,'cr -:

r '\ .

} i I 'THE BEST WAY" .

t to'.:" assure adequate supplies of Sugar to the ; ,

( I I- ; :' X, ; -

., AmericarHcmsewife ;? }i ;' :

I '

f is to permit./ r production' in continental" United; States l

I ,:::..
I .

j I rS'ugar' Producers of the Florida Everglades I II I


___ __ __, ,_ JI' i
__ __ "
= '" -', : _': !.. : '-: _.. .: _::. ;-.-.",[: ;.,.. : _. _- - i

;I; I

( {"''' n'''''''' d"