The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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They Say About I Formerly Corp.: Charles of Clewiston Wiandt, Volunteer Workers Now

American ,Red Cross I Killed In Philippines I Making Canvass Of City

[ Corp. Charles G. Wiandt, 31, son

c of Mr. and Mrs. J. G Wiandt of ) --

Every American Will: St. Patrick's Day Miami was killed and in'action formerly on of January Clewiston 30, LaBelle :Cagers I Window Displays Show,

; Want To ContributeTo Dance To Be Held in'Luzon according to a story appear- Win Two Games Two Main Works
ing in last Sunday's Miami Herald.

This FundThe On 17th of MarchThe Corp. Wiandt entered the services Here Friday NightThe of Red CrossThe

before that
six 'years ago and
time was an employee of the United LaBelle 1945 Red Cross' War Fund
Red Cross War:: Fund rive visiting cagers cap-
annual St. Patrick's Day States Sugar Corporation in Clew-
R'... begins today, aua ts-ery true American dance, one of the greatest affairs of.I iston. tured both ends of a doubleheaderhere Drive got underway all over the nation -
o will want to contribute to this Friday night, their girls' team
: and Clewiston work-
the kind held each year in Clew His wife and their two sons, yesterday
'most worthy organization. Wherever winning by a score of 14 to 7 and
iston, will! be held this years on Fri I Charles 4, and Buddy 1, make their their score ers appointed by M. W. Bigg, War
the servicemen and women boys by a of 46 to 34.
day night, ,March 17, as a benefit] home in Pensacola. Fund chairman and Mrs. M. M.
girls' while closer
are sent in this war, the Red Cross game a
. goes too, to give comfort, cheer and for' St. Margaret's Catholic Church Other survivors include a sister, contest than the boys was never I Prewitt, co-chairman, were not behind -
,rr.w Tickets will,, be on sale very short- I Mrs. Edna Pullen of Miami and '
in visitors'
help wherever needed. greatly doubt for the workers elsewhere as they
ly. t" three brothers, Barnard Wiandt, captured early lead and main-
, Just how much the Red Cross organization an
" "/ Because of the recent curfew imposed S 1-c with the Navy at Jacksonville, tackled the job of raising one of the
is appreciated by high tained it to the end but in the boys'game
which prevents any social affair S-Sgt. Louis Wiandt with ,the AAF largest Red Cross quota ever assigned
ranking Army and Navy officials is Clewiston took the lead and
lasting past midnight the dance at Atlantic City and Joe Wiandt, I I
told in the following paragraphs: held it through the entire first to the Clewiston Chapter.
will begin at eight o'clock and end Metalsmith 1-c with the
GENERAL IKE EISENHOWERsaid en half, this period ending with Clewis- Miss Katherine Olsen, area rep-
at twelve. Efforts are being! made to base in the Pacific.
: "I have seen the American I I route a ton leading 18-7. But in the third 1 resentative for the district office in
to obtain a popular orchestra and
Red Cross serving the men and wo- I r quarter the LaBelle defense tightened Atlanta, was here for several days
time is assured for
a good everyone
: men of our armed forces ,in Africa, I attending.A ILIEUT.GOVERNOR and their forwards, Hisler and this week coordinating the effortsof

,; in Italy, in the United Kingdom and AT Jackman, began to find the basket local workers and workers in ad-
: on the Continent. The great good door prize wiU be offered' (to soon overcoming the Clewiston lead jacent towns and expressed herself

the Red Cross does for those serving the holder of the lucky ticket and carrying on to win by' a very as confident that Clewiston would

their country overseas more than number and there will be' a num- WEEKLY MEETING 'OF decisive margin. reach her quota due to the optimismof

., justifies your confidence and sup- ber of novelty dances. Refreshments Christian was high scorer for the workers and the spirit with

..' port. On behalf of' all men and women of weiners and cokes will be Clewiston in the girls' game and ;Jn which they are entering the cam-
served during the evening. KIWANIS CLUB AT INN
)1- ,
in my command I am happy the boys game Wilcox scored 18 paign.

again to salute, the American Red I. __ points and Pape ten points. Miss Olsen's principally urged
:Cross." Water ConservationIs f that the drive not be allowed) to
Lt.-Gov. Glynn Q, Rasco of Miami
JAMES FORRESTAL, secretaryof j Several Selectees drag and that every effort be madeto
Discussed At Bench paid an informal contact
the Navy, said:: '"On ,behalf of canvass the entire area and con-
visit to the Clewiston Kiwanis Clubat
the Navy, :Marines and Coast Guard, Belle Glade MeetingAt Sent To BlandingBy tact every resident between now and
the regular] meeting Wednesday
.1, I wish to thank and commend the March 15 when the drive will of-
evening. He presented past president -
Red Cross for its superlative work 'Local Board ficially 'close. As a result several of

In the blackness ,of "war the a meeting held in Belle' Gladeon Glen E. Etherton with a merit I I. 'the_ workers, perhaps all were out
Red Cross stands! as a" beacon tof Wednesday of last week, farm- ,certificate, and made "a:' brief talk.., on. f 1 One man was sent for' induction' yesterday to begin their canvass.

.. ., .m GENERAIi\ .!1..wg, can.TJ]} b: ronrj.-! ",'. 'rs-j an/l "citizens_ ,erg: given: ':chance" Kiwanis-, activities. :" ; [and; *several: other for -'preinductionphysicals |r.Residents:, may".Co-operate4y. .fixig ,
;,'' BR D1 EX: :said "To" 'to go on record'' wiVh testImony" coifcerning W.. 'S., Bowdon and G. 'B'. Thomas, to Camp Blanding on |i I the amount;, they wish to give and

our soldiers overseas the Red Cross the proposed 'water conser- who had celebrated their birthdays :[ Monday by the Hendry County having it ready when the volunteerworker

;;; r" 'is a cheerful reminder of home and vation, program which has been during the week, were presented Local Board. However only one of I calls.

', friends who have remembered inaugurated 'by Governor Millard with birthday tokens at the meeting.The I I those who went up for preinduction -1 I Mrs. Prewitt has been very active

;;'/ them." Caldwell.] remainder of the programwas I physicals was registered in this 1 in promotional work prior to the
,, ADMIRAL KING said: "There' This meeting was one of several taken up with committee reports -I county, all of the others having drive., Red Cross posters have been

i-: ,can be no doubt that the humani- meetings being held In South Flor- made by B.. L. Thompson, been transferred from other boards. )[ put up about town and several attractive -

[: tarian activities of the American ida bY' committee appointed by chairman of the youth service com'mittee The inductee was William Hugh i window displays have been

ti Red Cross have a direct bearing, on the governor to assemble data' which E. M. Cornette, chairman of j( Stallings. 4 I[I arranged. Mrs. G. N. Pitzen assisted -

; ....:' the outcome of the war." may be put into a report and sub- the public affairs committee, W. C.'|[ The Hendry County registrant i j jI I in the display work. One

,: k Other well known Americans who mitted to the :Legislautre when it Owen' chairman of the Administration -\I sent was Neolin Jones. Transferswho of the most effective displays is that

: have tribute the meets in the spring committee E., E. Gross, chair-
paid high
to Red joined him '''were W. ,H. Burk- in the window of the Toggery shop
:;; Cross, are, BOB HOFE, actor and Among the principal speakers at man of special committees. Dr. J. hart, Gerald] Kingsley, Luther Frank I'showing the amount of food material -
entertainer has the meeting R. K. Lewis of W. Ezelle chairman of the projects I(I
who been there, were Cox, Jr., Manning Carter and Robert which is packed into each Red
said "I've Palm Beach former senator Ernest ,committee J E. Beardsley, 'i
: done a little traveling I II and H. Davis who was a volunteer for Cross War Prisoner bundle.

,' =. around GI camps and battlefronts. j}I Graham of Miami and R. E. Kurtzof chairman of the program ,committee. ', the Air Corps Enlisted Reserve. Judson -:i(: Another very effective window

1 But I've never been anywhere I Fort Myers, all of whom argued Despite the fact that these committees <' Francis left Clewiston with the ;,: display is at Parkinson's store and

Tiaven't seen the Red Cross in there against the formation of a' Tallahassee have only] been organized recently -:: group but his call was from Belle is an authentic representation of anI

; doing a man-sized job at all hours commission to handle water they' were able to submit J Glade and, he joined his group there. !I I administering of blood plasma. The

j ri' of the day and night in hospitals] conservation, feeling that this would ''splendid reports. i'I Most of these have returned as I j:jar and tubing are exactly the same

., and out of hospitals." WILLIAM take away local control, and placeit Dr. Ezelle reported that the honor -| this is written but a report has only |I as are used when the plasma is ad-

'J t '':: GREEN, President, American: Federation in the hands of a group unfamiliarwith roll of service men had been ;. been received on two of the men: ministered to a wounded soldier.

' of Labor, said: "The work- local conditions. brought up to date as of that day ,I Frank Cox was accepted and Jud- I j Capt., Jake Shwartz assisted Mrs.
ing people of the nation have de- Mark R. Tennant and ,Turner Prewitt and Mrs Pitzen in
and that a Kiwanis sign, was to be j I j son Francis was rejected.New | arrang-
,. veloped a new sense of appreciation Wallis were the principal speakersfor placed at the intersection of the Regulations ing this display.

. i r; of the service rendered by the Aemr- the Everglades Drainage Dis- Highway and Royal Palm each The j Workers for the drive are listed
service announced -
, 'j :, ican Red Cross." EDWARD trict and they called attention to the meeting day. selective j below but it may be that they will
,, this week that if a serviceman I
o i" SCHEIBERLING, National N'I report which 'was being prepared by Mr. Beardsley] announced the following is unintentionally overloik someone .1S
discharged who has not seen
J t mander, The American Legion, an advisory committee and which programs for March: On the 1 they make their rounds. Everyonecan
service who has been ;
overseas ,
J r "The magnificent services of the i i would be ready shortly. They also seventh the club will have as or j' help by looking the person up
in service less than
' \' American Red Cross in alleviating] speak-I ninety days or |' who has charge of his section and:
1 (Continued on Page 10)) 1 IeI', Quin Ryan, former who has seen no active service may |
;! f"' human suffering in this greatest of j radio station WGN in Chicago; on find regulations changed so that he [voluntarily making the donation.

' : .' wars are "a source of pride to all Garden Club Holds I the 14th Mr. and Mrs. John' Mac- I can be re-inducted. All others are j'| Mrs. J. K. Rogers, chairman of
: t. Americans. I I the house to house canvassing com-
,' ::1 I Manus will give a musical program; in a special classification known as j i
; '.'I''
'1 I I II mittee, has named the following
February Meeting on the 21st Rep. E. L. Stewart will (Continued on Page 10)
the'I { ladies to assist her in this canvass:
; I discuss legislation anticipated. at
Community. At j --- -- ---
Sing --'--- --- ;
', -- ----' spring meeting of the state legisla- Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mrs. Chas. M.
Sugarland Park 1 The Clewiston Garden Club held I Parent-Teachers Meeting Pirkle, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Mrs.
) : (Continued on Page 10))
| its meeting at the Community
February Miss
'f Carl Ziler, Mrs. F. Carl Long,
-- i Center last, Thursday with Held Tuesday EveningThe i! Julianne Oglesby, Mrs. H., R. Hall,
The recreation committee '
J ': United States Sugar Corporation of is1 I: Mrs. Ralph Bishop, the president, Lt. Ernest G. Foley ,Mrs. C. W.: Fuller, Mrs. Foster

i presiding. Clewiston Parent-Teachers' Crampton. Mrs. H. Goesling, Mrs.
erivirig a community'sing at the Gets Oak Leaf Cluster
Mrs. H. R. Hall, Community .; ; Association held its regular monthly Eugene Powers, Miss Leah Richaud,
'i Sugarland Park: Recreation Center I I I' .
renter Chairman was in charge: of,, Davis,
3 '' j ------- / meeting onTuesday evening of Mrs. W. L. Lott Mrs. W. A.
} on Friday' night, :March 9. Every-
j f one is invited and urged to attend.' the program and nave an interesting: :, IIQ, TENTH AIR FORCE IN this week with a Founder's Day Mrs. M. M. Driver, Mrs. Christine

J There will be no admission charge. !' talk" on "Uncle Sam's Plant Hunt-!I: BURMA-The first Oak Leaf, Cluster -I birthday party. The meeting had Doty, Mrs. F. Deane Duff and Mrs.

y ::'. T. L. Driggers will be the singing prs ':,: to the Distinguished[ Flying Cross been postponed for a week but was Charles E. Miner.
,: leader Pnrinc the reports given by the has been awarded to 1st Lt. Ernest well attended. Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, chairman for
and Mrs. M.: :M. Prewitt will
/ act as pianist. The program will various chairmen Mrs. E. L. Stew-i'j i' G. Foley, 22, son of Mr. Ernest Mrs. A. O. Ward, president of the, the canvass of the business houses,

last from 8:30 until 10. t. prt stated: that Mrs. Leah Spicer has I'!J Foley, 713 South Engineer Sedalia, group, presided at the meeting and expects to finish this work this

",: ;, 'This is an opportunity to enjoy offered from three hundred to five I[ Mo.' it was announced recently byMaj.Gen. the feature of the program was a i week-end; the school, under Prof.M. .
r, h'lndred Australian! Oak trees for Howard C. Davidson, R. Stroud, has begun a campaignof
I play presented by three high school
a very ,delightful evening at no cost ,
,.. "trpet planting. Tt ha' hepn derided I raiseas
I Commending General of the 10th Mrs their own in the school to
whatsoever and those who fail to students under the direction of
; s to use this nroject as the program USAAF.A much money as possible and also
Charles Atwill entitled "Window
: ;: attend are promised that they will j
for next month. It was have assisted in the'coin
requested pilot with a combat cargo! making
taken by
Keepers. Parts
miss were
a. grand evening's fun.
\ 'i t blot r' ., squadron of the Tenth Air Force j I Parmelia Bourne, Lillian Barker and''' boxes; Henry begun
: : TOWN GIHLS DEFEAT TjABKLLE dressed in "work clothes." at the that operates against the Japs Bruce Beardsley with the stage arrangements campaign at the sugar house and all

. j :.; 'I next meeting so that at least part throughout the India-Burma thea-I by Horace Brown, assisted others either have begun their

1 The Clewiston town girls' basketball -I of the trees can be set out. ter, the lieutenant, who also holds by Doris Poole and Richard campaigns or will] get underwayvery

"'. 'F- team defeated a LaBelle team I The constitution and by-laws were the Air Medal with two clusters, has I Pape. shortly. Other sub-chairmen

,, here Thursday night by a score of read for the benefit of the new chalked up 225 combat missions I'include Mis. B. E. Nall at Hooker's
(. ,: F. 39 to 17. I members which were introduced to I totaling 900 hours during his eight The play showed a great amountof 1 Point, Mrs. W. E. Bolton at the

r( ... Mrs. Frank Veltri was captain of the club. months of service in this sector. effort on the part of!! the students I Clewiston Inn, Mrs G. N. Pitzen art

"i': : the team and played guard with Hostesses for the afternoon were I Lt. Foley was graduated from Se- and was. much enjoyed by those at- and windows, J. W. Durden, Riddle

( ::; ,,:' Margaret Von Mach and Frances Mrs. Charles Bo1 ton, Mrs. R. M. dalia's Smith Cotton high school, tending.The I': Field; Mrs. C. R. Wilson, head-

t, .''' Sutton. Kathleen Polk and Mertice Bishop, Mrs. H. R. ,Hall and Mrs I where he was a member of the track association voted to give a quarters administration, U. T.

I ,, : Sutton at forward were the high C. L. McLendon. Refreshments of team, and was a farmer prior to I donation to the Red .Cross. War Koch, ,theater, which incidentallywill

i scorers with 13 and 12 points. The | sandwiches and cocacola'were serv- joining the armed forces 30, months Fund Drive. begin its campaign after the

other forward, Inez Hendley, scored ed, upon completion of the program, ago.His } Refreshments of birthday cake close of the regular drive, and Carr

7 points. Marylin Davis and Inez I to the twenty: memhers and two home is at 117 B, Rt. No. 1. i, and ice cream: were served by the Settle and Mrs; J. D. Leftwich, pub-

Haven were substitutes. guests who were present. Clewiston Fin. hoste ses. licity.
i ;


THE CHEERFUL CHERUB_ Ignorance Paid a Big

Dividend to Tom Edison
- 0 .11-day sucker oPmy

yov/tk 'Hydromania' Threat When Thomas Edison first be- i
to attain '
gan fame, his innocence 4.
All KorrY cue is your DR W ON I CaTo in money matters often worked to
dve. EA his advantage.
cents ..,...,. -. ; U. S. Water ResourcesExpert j "Will '
How m'U'\y tr\a you take 30 thousand for
the "
baby teeth patent? cabled an English
sacrificed Washington, D. C. I company, referring to one of Edi-
Ive\ ;, l son's inventions.
to you! a ) GERMAN PRISONERS Charges Disregard for Natural ValuesIn "Don't accept that offer," urged
r( u .
R.t"c.c"N} Parents of boys who are prisonersof his friends. "It's not enough."
t Germany get increasingly burnedup Engineering Projects; Sees Danger ] : "Nonsense," disagreed Edison

at reports showing how badly To Wild-Life Especially Acute. "The thing isn't worth a third of "
they are fed by the enemy, while that. They can have it."
0 German prisoners in the U. S. are A few weeks later Edison
received -
eating better than American civil-
ians. By BAUKHAGE a check for $150,000 which
made him sputter. For
Edison had
German prisoners of war, many of News Analyst and Commentator. been
thinking in terms of American
WNU Features them arrogant, insolent, and con -
I sidered beyond political rehabilitation WNU.Service, Union Trust Building, major industries. He estimates that dollars.
get rationed foods denied civ- Washington, D. C. the total expenditure in hunting and

ilians, and in some cases receive As the prospects, of fat public fishing, including licenses, equip-
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT scarce foods requiring four times works budgets for the postwar area ment and other incidentals, reachesa
the food stamps now allowed American arise on the Washington scene, the billion'dollars a year and therefore \Vhid1 of his \VO
civilians. planners, big and little, rush up to 'constitutes a major American indus-
The provost marshal, of course, drop their' pet blueprints into the try and one which should be pro- Wives will- he ,come /

WANTED is living up to the strict letter of hopper. tected.
AGENTS the Geneva convention regarding Recently, I witnessed the prelimi- Reid also stresses the esthetic and home to ...
J .
LADY WANTED'In every community. both prisoners, which provides that they naries of a counter-balancing move, recreational values destroyed in the .
rural necessities and city to her to neighbors.sell; line of Our household line Includes be fed the same. rations as U. S. sol- something that might be called a building of great dams'and reser- firs."Gay'or Fi9rs."Glum"I 1
such scarce items as cheese and diers. prophylactic effort to save some of voirs as well as. by the pollution of

laundry Products soap.Company Liberal(U-3)commission.. Albany Georgia.General Thus at one Florida camp, a one- the beneficiaries of governmental streams. Irritable, depressed moods are often
week menu recently showed that projects from being killed by too Pollution related to constipation. Take Nature's
the Nazi prisoners' ration for a much kindness. This effort is em- ,Remedy (NR Tablets). Contains no
CIGARSCIGARS. single week would have required 45 bodied in a bill presented by Rep. Health Peril chemicals, no minerals, no phenol
FIFTEEN CENT SIZE, fifty in meat points and 63 processed food Karl Mundt of South Dakota, and I The security feature which has derivI.tivcs.NR:: TI.bletsaredifferent:: f

box S7.50 sent cash with postpaid order.any No address C.O.D.s.in General U. S. points per man. Here is sample of heard a sort of informal'preview of been emphasized in the present war -act combination different.of 10 Purely vegetable vegetable.ingredi-
Products Company (U-3), Albany, Georgia. some of the meals German prisoners some of the testimony that will be when the bombing of dams has ents formulated over 50
of war received MacDill field, offered before the committee on riv- caused such destruction, is another, Uncoated: or candy coated years, their ago.
PLANTS Florida. ers and harbors in its behalf. argument seized upon by Mr. Reid.. action is dependable, thorough yet ,.
Dinner: Turkey a la king, parsley The bill is H.R. 519 and it deals His specific example of this phaseof gentle, as millions of NR'a have .
COPENHAGEN Cabbage Plants er$1.per potatoes, cauliflower, celery and with protection against pollution of the argument sent a shudder down proved. Get a 25 box today..or
1.000; all other varieties 75c back offered illustration larger economy size. All druggists.
when he an
bread butter chocolate my as
pickles, ,
b. Lenox. the It in
Onion plants $1 per 1.000 1. o. country's waterways. was Caution: Take only as directed.
LINDSEY PLANT CO. Lenox Ga. cake, coffee. the course of the preview discussionthat the construction of 14 ma-
At breakfast the next day they received I heard another affliction, jor dams in the Potomac watershed tJR TONIGHTTOMORROW ALRIGHT
ine GRAPE Florida PLANTS.Bencon.Highest Plant; now.quality Full Genu-planting grapefruit, dry cereal, fresh "hydromania," a cure for which which was strongly advocated re

growing original information and largest furnished exclusive grape Florida's milk, boiled eggs, toast, butter, jam may be harder to find. It is said to cently. If, this project had gone VEGETABLE LAXATIVE
nursery. Hopson's Vineyard, Lutz. Fla. and coffee. result from "overindulgence in dam- through, he told me, my home town
For luncheon they had veal steak, ming." It is not mentioned in the and the seat of our government a -PM

SHOESGET lyonnaise potatoes, stewed corn, Mundt bill but the, connection is ob would have been made "extremely
fruit salad, bread, butter, peachesand vious. vulnerable to air attack through

MORE WEAR out of your work coffee. The purpose of Mr. Mundt's meas-' breaching of the big dams that wouldbe -TAB Lf.TS-hR a i 4t
shoes. Send self-addressed stamped en- For the PW's. had veal immediately above Washington."
velope for particulars. FRED MANLEY, supper ure is as follows: '
315 University Ave., Palo Alto. California. I. loaf[ gravy, escalloped potatoes, "To prevent pollution of the wa- "The engineer's desire," says Mr. ONE WORD SUGGESTION

green peas, cabbage and pineapple'salad ters of the United States and to cor- Reid solemnly, "to pour concrete in FOR ACID INDIGESTION
bread, butter, cinnamon rect existing water pollution as a prodigious quantities, impound great I .,
Woman Reveals Reason rolls and coffee. "of water behind ...
0 vital.necessity to public health, eco- areas magnificent _
MRS. HALL- Goodness! You The prisoners are served butter nomic welfare, healthful recreation, monuments to engineering, dig TUMsg _
don't mean to say that this is mar- three times a day, seven days a navigation, the support of invalu- ditches and canals, bore tunnels and
garine? week. During other days of the able aquatic life, and as a logicaland otherwise remake the landscape of
same week they had fried pork desirable works America, is quite irrepressible."
MRS. HULL-Yes, it's,;Nu-Mad postwar public ,
the Table-Grade Margarine chops, bacon and eggs, beef stew, program." However, what''he and his o 0 .
made especially for use on the ta spareribs, roast veal, veal a la king, As I say, Mr. Mundt doesn't men- colleagues are now most concernedin SNAPPY FACTS
roast beef with gravy, baked ham tion in his bill but
ble-Adv! hydromania one eradicating is pollution and that,
and baked beans with salt pork. of his close friends who had muchto I think, will meet the approval of ABOUT ....
i They were also given Boston cream do with writing.the legislation has. most people even if they won't go
M Upset Stomach pie for dinner; butterscotch pudding, He is Kenneth Reid, executive sec- all the:way with Mr. Reid concern .. ,RUBBERRubber .
fritters marble cake
pineapple retary of the Isaac Walton league. ing hydromania. 0
Relieved in 5 minutes or double money back fruit cobbler, mince pie, peach Since the proposed ''legislation has Protection against pollution, the 0
When excess stomach add causes painful suffocating shortcake, and other fancy dishes.
gu,sour stomach and heartburn,doctors usually also to do with the problem of pro- proponents of the Mundt bill insist,
prescribe tho fastest-acting medicines known for Meanwhile, American boys
tecting our piscatorial and aquatic. "won't cost a thin dime" becausethe
symptomatic relief-medicines like those in Bell-ana
the Germans that
Tablets. No laxative. Bell-ans brings comfort in a by complain wereit life, I want to quote a few of Mr.Reid's money saved by eliminating the '1
jiffy or doable back on return of bottletorte. for does into
your money not Red Cross packages pro- not enter
.25c at all druggists observations on one kind of need of purifying polluted water will
vided them by relatives they wouldbe the making of tentsyet the
hungry constantly. "killing with kindness" which, frequently more than make up for it. demand for military tents has
accompanies over-generous. Besides destruction of aestheticand reduced .the manufacture of
t I 5C ARMY DISCHARGES I government spending. property values, it is pointedout passenger car tires. Tire cord .,/
With all the pressure the army I Mr. Reid I should call a "hydro- that pollution is a growing men- and yarn for tent duck arc
SIZE bas been bringing for a work-or- phile," for he ardently pleads' the ace to health. The Mundt bill would made with the same machinery t

WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY fight law, no one in congress has case' for what he refers to as "the give the states every chance to cleanup .
taken; time for a real investigationof orphan stepchild" of our natural re their own situations but, it is argued -
that the trees In :
the army's own wasteful disposition sources-water. Conservation of the "since streams flow by grav- Assuming good condition are when reasonably the- ,

of manpower. Among land is pretty'' well understood but ity without any regard for state Far East rubber plantations are re- .
other things, there has been no water, says Mr. Reid, "has been boundaries pollution is logically and occupied, experts anticipate that
probe of army policy regarding dammed and diverted, drained and constitutionally a matter for federal within two years some 1,600,000 '.
I medical discharges. polluted, stolen and wasted, with utter control." tons of natural rubber will be made

Actually, army medicos'all over, disregard of existing natural Provisions to take care of these available, enough to fill one year's ';
estimated needs. That (Is B. F. '
values with bland for its why :
the country are discharging men unconcern various angles are included in the Goodrich officials believe civilians
for minor ailments which, although biological functions and its public, Mundt bill. Such measures in the will still have to depend upon synthetic -
rendering them unfit for front-line aquatic and recreational values." past have been opposed by some rubber tonnage in addition to
action, don't effect their ability to "From the early days of our nation communities which thought it was that required for natural
do clerical, construction, or other down to the present time," he cheaper,to dump their sewage in the
types of work. continues (and this is where hydro- rivers, and by industrial plants that
WarnhIWATCH Last summer General Marshallalso mania comes in), "water has run felt the same way.
ordered discharges for men the gantlet of a horde of engineers *

OUT FOR SNIFFLY fund to be developing nervous disorders (whether private 'or governmental, Although machines compete with
as a result of their army makes no difference) who see in a humans and with horses and mules

/fetidtls service. But last October, so many running stream or a sparkling lake in' this war, the dog, never before
men were successfully faking these only the material uses to which, the used officially by American forces,

Head colds can cause much suffering. difficulties that a six-week freeze water can be put." has become the competitor of mech- security.'i

Don't suffer needlessly. Just put a lit- was called, and a much stiffer discharge Existence of anized devices.A .
tle Va-tro-nol up each nostril.0 Believes: examination required.But dog, by his sense of smell, can
Fish MenacedReid a
sneezy, stuffy dis- "goldbricks" and "gripes"are detect a strange presence at 500 feet.
prevent tress. Also many helps \ still the men who most frequently is an engineer himself and is Up to October 1 of last year the ,
colds from devel- win their discharge papers. If a not unsympathetic with the great army, coast guard and marines had
oping if used in AFEWDROPS man dislikes the army, is uncooperative achievements of his profession. But used over 9,000 trained dogs.

low time directions! Try it. Fol-In quickly distressfolder.Worksfine relieve and is determined to geta his colleagues' sometimes outrun The first thing a K-9, as they are
medical discharge, the attitude of their zeal and he appears perturbedlest called, learns, is to be a one-man .
his officers is usually "good rid- postwar public works activities dog. They won't accept food from \ Rl
VB Rt! WA.lft@.Jt2@L dance." But a good man on other threaten our lakes and rivers, their any but their masters nor will they

than combat duty, who has a legiti- natural beauty and all that is in allow anyone else to pet them. Then

WNU-7 7-45 mate illness which merits discharge them., the training gets more complicated -Buy War Savings Bonds-
i finds extremely difficult to' What he is fighting is the kind of. and includes even parachute jump- -

get his release because "he's a good engineering activity, stimulated by ing. But there is one thing that
man and we need men like him." grants-in-aid from the federal gov- these otherwise clever animals can
ernment, which will damage the Waterways
not be taught, namely,.to tell enemy
and their inhabitants flora FOR MIIOI ACRES 110 PAIII OF
CAPITAL CHAFF troops from their own. This has one
i And Your Strength and far; has banned Lester Cowan's new all for the encouragement of con- treat a German wearing an American t_" NEURITISLUMBAGOLarge
Energy Is Below ParIt movie hit "Tomorrow the World" structive construction which will uniform any differently than if .t
may be caused by disorder of kidney from distribution in European liber- work in the opposite direction.He he weren't an enemy in disguise. sn=
waste function to accumulate.that permits For truly poisonous manY'people ated countries. The story shows a thinks we have overdone the Soldiers sometimes do.
feel tired, weak and miserable Nazi youngster transferred to the .damming; he questions the economy *
acids when and the kidneys other wasto fail to matter remove from excess the U. S. A. and being beaten up when of reclaiming land at a great capital Demand for farm products is like- .
blood. he still sticks to '''Hitler's idea. OWI cost per acre with certain irrigation ly to continue at present wartime :

rheumatic You may pains suffer, headaches nagging, backache dizziness; officials say they may release the projects. These, Reid opines, like- levels throughout most of 1945. Re- BottloU>RU'imin: ]'122-Smatl Size GOt
getting up nights, leg pains, swelling. ban for France and Belgium, but wise often destroy fish by cutting gardless of the course of the war *CABTIO:JJE OUT W ERECTED*
Sometimes with smarting frequent and and burning scanty urination Is another will not let the film get to Germany.L them off from their spawning the demand for many farm prod IT All con ORDC STOKS IT HAH.receipt if price
sign that something is wrong with An inside row is being wagedover grounds. He mentions the dams in ucts, at ceiling prices, may con- eniL DRUG CD. he. JACKOHIIU <, flORIDa
the There kidneys should or bladder.be no doubt that prompt the reappointment of Al Woll, the Columbia river which, he says, tinue to exceed supplies in1945.
treatment', is wiser than neglect. UsoDoan. son of AFL labor leader Matthew threaten a ten million dollar annual Consumers' food costs in large
medicine Pillt.that has It Is won better to rely on a Woll, as ,\J. S. district attorney in salmon take. cities in recent months have been AT FIRST
proval than on something less favorably Chicago. Matt Woll is 100 per cent That is the effect of hydromania slightly lower than they were in mid- iD\
known.Bonn's have been tried and tested -
many years. Are at all drug (stores. against Roosevelt and White House resulting'from well-intentioned and summer. The index for November,
Get Doan today. advisers don't see why his son unselfish but unwise use of, the engi- 1944, was 136.5 as compared with :
should be rewarded by FDR. However neering art. He points out that any 137.7 in August and the peak of 143.0in
Sen. Scott Lucas friend of thing which kills fishes and interferes May, 1943. Nonfood costs have use666
I Jake Arvey is pulling wires for with the nation's wildlife is in- been following a somewhat differ-

Woll's reappointment. terfering with one of the nation's ent trend. Cold Preparations as cJ.iredU

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M !" ykf >+
tttCBID % %N Y 1.Y Quilt From Nebraska Cough, Mix This

: l"eaturee STDdlcate. All RJlIbte: Reset'Vocf.it Recipe at Home
: i 15830. ,;

HOW QUINTUPLETS -- ( L Big Saving. No Cooking. So Easy.You'll : .

be surprised how quickly and
promptly relieve coughing of easily you can relieve coughs duo to
colds,when you try this splendid re-

CH $i I DS cipe. It gives you about four times as
much cough medicine for your money
and you'll find it truly wonderful.
Wonderful for Grown-ups, Too! 1 1 // 911 1( Make a syrup by stirring 2 cups of

, Whenever the Quintuplets catch cold- e l 1 granulated sugar and one cup of
I' their chests,throats and backs are rubbed 1 water a few moments, until dissolved.
j with Musterole. So :Musterole must be r No cooking needed-it's no trouble at
I' just about the best cold-reliefyou can buyl! 'y all. (Or you can use corn syrup or
Just see how promptly white,stainless 1 liquid honey, instead of sugar syrup.)
I: Musterold' relieves coughs, sore throat, Less Than a Cup of Sugar Solves Dessert Problem ( Then put 2& ounces of Pinex (obtained -
,. aching chest muscles due to colds-how (See Recipes Below) from any druggist) into a pint bot
I breathing becomes easier-how fast congestion
tle. Add your and have
you a
: in upper bronchial tract, nose 1 (, 1 1 full pint of medicine that
i and throat. begins to break up! Such Dessert Fancies ,
you by its quick action. It
Chambers' never
I\ blessed comfort! In 3 strengths: Chil. Lynn PointSavingMenu
dren's Mild, Regular and Extra spoils; and tastes fine.
:i i Strong. When your tables aren't set with This simple mixture takes right hold

Just exactly the meat you'd like to of a cough. For real results, "you've
f, 1c Baked Stuffed Heart never seen anything better. It loosens
0 serve, or when ffi'meals ? Mashed Potatoes the phlegm,soothes the Irritated mem-
!j" tend to be- \f-; ) +; branes, and eases the soreness:
come monotonousthen 'rl. Creamed Spinach Pinex is a special compound of proven
Jellied Apple Salad f Ingredients,in
," give your -y .rat concentrated form well-
1\\ family dessertthat's Parker House Rolls Jelly known for its prompt action in coughs
a ,
" and bronchial irritations. Money refunded -
YOU CAN'T BUY Pudding Princess
really ele- $ 1 'if It doesn't please In
I you
'f i; more in aspirin than the assurance of gant. It'll makeup Recipe Given every way.
iiMJ!! '-'. quality and purity guaranteed when you .
buy St. Joseph Aspirin world's largest for a lot of r

I seller at 10f.( Demand St.Joseph Aspirin. omissions in the, Baked-On Frosting.
I easiest way. 1 egg ,white, beaten stiff A

I i ;' No, I'm not going to give you a teaspoon baking powder

lot of recipes, calling for sugar or 1A cup brown sugar or honey

When winter wit high-point canned fruits. I'm goingto Y cup chopped nutmeats

tell you of simple but fanciful Add baking powder to the egg

desserts that will make it seem like white which has been beaten. Add i 'yry 5J

cut I9koU you're splurging.A the sugar or syrup gradually, blend- 1

;I bit of the right tang in a pud- ing in gradually, then spread over THIs.handsome quilt belonged to t

knife. r ding, a colorful cake with an unusual cake while it is still hot. Sprinklewith Mary Gregg McCollum who 1 1t
1 1I
icing or a sweet tidbit like marma- Vt cup nutmeats. Bake in a lived in Kearney, Nebraska, sixty /

lade scones are some of the'sweetsI'm moderate oven until lightly browned. or more years ago. The twenty-

recommending. They'll keep the Minimum is the description of ingredients S inch block is put together .in four

CHAPPED UPS sugar budget in trim condition and I for these delectable scones separate sections-the leaf itself is

, still satisfy sweet-seekers: made into a whirl. A coffee cake 7 inches. I I IOn

! '.. dressed up like this one will go nice- *
SOOTHED QUICKLY[{ Pudding Princess. ly for dessert: To obtain complete cutting pattern and
! (Serves 5-6) finishingdirections for the Nebraska Oak your favorite N. B. C.station
t; ; Cracked lips-so cruel and painful! 3 egg yolks Bread Pudding. Leaf Quilt (Pattern No. 5830), with every Saturday morning
;1[ Caused when. raw, bitter weatherdriesskincellsleavesthem"thirsty. (Serves 8) amounts of materials specified, send 16
C 1 teaspoon grated lemon peel 11:00 A. M., E. W. T.
l', 2 dry bread cubes cents in coin, your name, address and the
Skin may crack,bleed.Mentholatum 53 cup sugar cups pattern number. WISE WSOC WFBC
1 acts medicinally: ((1)Stimulates local 1 tablespoon unflavored gelatin 4 cups milk scalded WPTF WSJS

E blood supply. (2) Helps revive 2 tablespoons cold water' 1 tablespoon butter SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK 10:00 A. M./ C. W. T.
thirsty cells so they can retain needed
(i1'.. moisture. For sore hands, lips- 14 cup lemon juice teaspoon salt 530 South Wells St. Chicago 7, 111. WAPO WROL WSFA

d.: Mentholatum. In jars or tubes, 301. 3 stiffly beaten egg whites ZA cup sugar Enclose 16 cents for Pattern
slightly beaten eggs
,,/. Beat egg yolks until thick and lem- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract No

;j 11; 1 4FAST on colored. Add lemon peel; gradu- Soak bread in milk for 5 minutes. Name_ Invest in Liberty 1-" -
ally beat in Soften gelatin in
Add butter, salt and Pour .
sugar. Address
r," cold water. Add lemon juice and slowly over eggs; ,-,-a fr 1:T Buy War Bonds '
gelatin to egg'yolk mixture. Fold -
add vanilla 3\ .
ex- v
( RELIE.fF( [ in Chill.whites.Unmold Pour into an oiled mold. tract and mix t'' ;,1ry: '
and with
well. Pour into
a Pn.4.,:,
k stewed dried fruits or stirred custard "
From Too Frequent Urination greased baking
:; If : :> r
;a." Backache cake with dish. Bake in a 7 h r I BROWN ACTS
> Run-Down Feelingdue Sponge two eggs? Bakedin pan of hot water ) w > t
30 minutes? Yes, it's possible if
a moderate (350-degree) oven until
': : to irritation of the bladder you'll follow this recipe. It doesn'thave firm, about 50 minutes. OLD TODAY iiffitJy

I caused by excess acidity in the urine to be iced but you'll like it Variations of Bread Pudding.
with the baked-on
simple icing:
Butterscotch Bread.Pudding Sub-
r" Famous doctor's
discovery acts on theo
kidneys and helps keep yoa from getting Lightning Sponge Cake.' stitute brown sugar for white.
I I. up nights! 2 eggs Chocolate Bread Pudding: Melt 1
I Are you suffering: unnecessary discomfort % cup sugar
and distress from backache, burningS ounce unsweetened chocolate in hot y
urine frequent desire to pass water? 1 cup sifted flour milk before adding bread. Serve with
r;'..'. Getting up often ct night These symptoms teaspoon salt butter
r(' may be caused by bladder irritation or foamy sauce.
ii due to excess acid in the urine. Then try 1 teaspoon baking powder Lemon Sauce.
:::/t that famous doctors discovery DR. 1 tablespoon buttercup /
,. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT. cup sugar
Famous for many years Swamp Root is Vz hot milk 1 tablespoon cornstarch
a carefully blended combination of herbs, :3: .
Beat until teaspoon salt
eggs and
1 roots, balsam and other natural ingre- light.
:', dients. There's absolutely nothing harsh Slowly add ,sugar and beat with a teaspoon nutmeg
i or habit-fonning in this scientific
If .' tion. Just good ingredients that prepara-quickly spoon for five 1 cup boiling water

J ,' act on the kidneys to increase the flow of minutes. Fold sifted 2 tablespoons butter or substitute { ea .
urine and relievo bladder irritation i and dry 1/ teaspoons lemon juice ft! 'ra
its uncomfortable, distressing symptoms. jj ingredi- f
\', You'll say its marvelous effect is won- ents into egg and Mix dry ingredients in order giv j ,
fI.-\ derful! en. Gradually add water and cook 1
sugar mixture all
4: Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY! '
.., Like thousands of others you'll be glad at once. Melt but- over low heat until thick and clear. x.
that you did. Send name and address to ter in hot milk Add butter and lemon_ juice and
Department F, Kilmer & Co., Inc. Box
1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Send and add all at blend thoroughly.
'4'i : ',' at once. All druggists sell Swamp Root. t once. The foldingof Victory Cookies. SOREl ONE

r. the milk and \Vz cups sifted flour

I dry ingredients 1 teaspoon baking powder Naturally: a man looks old beyond '
innssoothes fast withIn
should take only Vz teaspoon baking, soda his years when he's sore from .
bago other muscle The .
or pains.
I.\- Bake about in 1 minute. Vz 1 teaspoon teaspoon cinnamon salt ': famous McKesson Laboratories f'a n n n IUI re AIT fr
a waxed- Soretone Liniment for
'Cp-Bruih"Applrutor==OUB==3 ,], paper-lined 8-inch square pan in a Vi teaspoon cloves those cruelpains-dueto exposure, & U LI8 .d l j!

IUSi Amy 'a' make*"BUCK UAF40"6O / moderate (350-degree) oven for 30 2 cups broken walnuts etrain,fatigue or over-exercise.Get

SASH IN FEATHERS., MUCH FARTHER A minutes. 1/ cups each, pitted dates and blessed relief of Soretone's ACTI 0 N'tho

I raisins cold heat action;-

S % cup shortening Quickly Soretone acts to en of
IZ.I cases
-- Lynn Says: Yz cup brown sugar firmly I hence local circulation

c :' packed 2. Check muscular MUSCULAR LUMBAGO
flo relieve distress of MONTHLY 2 ; : cramps
Colorful Combinations: Salmon eggs 3. Help reduce local swelling. OR BACKACHE
Mix,,and sift dry ingredients. Toss
steaks with I
sauce home-
Female Weakne'ssAlso canned string egg beans, hashed together with fruits and nuts. Cream i\\ :f. Dilate vessels surf ace capillary blood duo to fatisuo or exposureMUSCULAR

shortening; beat in sugar, then PAINS
brown eggs
potatoes, jellied tomato
( Fine Stomachic Tonic aspic -
) Soretone contains methyl salicyl-
apricot strip pie beverage. and flour mixture. Drop by spoon- duo to colds
Lydia E. PInkham's Vegetable Com- fuls sheet and ate, a most effective pain-relieving
bake ina
pound Is famous to relieve Spaghetti in tomato on greased
sauce, sal- agent.There's only one Soretonc SORE MUSCLES
; pain and accompanying nervous, moderate (350-degree) for 12
r f weak, tired-out feelings-when due ad of mixed greens, tray of radishes oven insist on, it for Soretone results. duo to overwork
to functional monthly disturbances. pickles and dark olives, minutes. These cookies become soft 50#. A big bottle, only $1.
j ::.t:; Taken regularly-Pinkham's Compound dark bread bread after several days. MINOR, SPRAINS
rye or sticks
":, helps build up resistance ,
; 1 against such annoying symptoms and stewed plums. Get the most from your meat!. Get your I I

.L Pinkham's Compound is made Kidneys in rice-parsley ring, meat roasting chart from Miss Lynn Cham
; especially for women-it helps
na bers
by writing to her in Western
I 'f--\\ ture and that's brown care
the kind of medicine sauce, green peas and cel-
,I to buyl,.Follow label directions. Newspaper'' Union 210 South Desplaines r >Though applied cold rub -
ery, 'cabbage, apple and orange Street laciest InwedlenU in Bonn
VEGETABLE Chicago 6, Ill. Please send a tone act like beat to incrcwo
I, LYDIA E. i iiinnniii o COMPOUND salad, pudding princess with stamped, self-addressed envelope for your the superficial supply ot'and
-- and induce
-- blood 1 to area
1f X. sieved, sweetened apricots. reply. I McKesson makes it" T a glotvluc mass of w rmUi.I .

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,\'., .
News a disaster rather than'. ''distant audi- ty .Djaft Board The Clewiston tors or spectators. this is a perfect heart broken spiritually because 'you tarried. with

Then came the war and Uncle violently in twain and beside the The Women's Association of the j us'for that service.
heart"Be My Valentine" and "I Clewiston Community Church will i
PUblished every Friday In ClewllltoD,, Sam took a look at the Red Cross: Two additional rooms on the-
NEWS, Love You Truly, Truly Dear." At meet next Thursday, March 8, at
Florida, by the organization, noted the ,splendidjob back of our church will enable us:
tnc. the bottom of the card is "HurricaneGate three o'clock at the church.
they had been doing and grate- j to reach out a little farther and ax- II.
in 48.
fully dumped into its arms hundreds !pand! our Sunday School. We have-
Entered as second class mall matter of activities connected with The last line has not been properly I SCOUT NEWS-TROOP 1 :,,fine classes for every age from-

Cfewlston February,1,Florida 1927, at, under the Post the Office Act of In the war which they were best able translated by anyonebut itI adults down to the youngest child..

March 3, 1897. I to handle. That they:: have done a either means that Tommy thinks The Girl Scouts of Troop I held I'j The 'Annie W. Armstrong Day or
in the he'll be back with us in '48 or that their Wednesday
I magnificent job is reflected regular 'meeting on Prayer program for W. M. S. will be
CARR SETTLE, Publisher letters we get from service men maybe he's making a date with the afternoon. 'I held at the church Tuesday afternoon -

I every day from every war front. board members dowrt by. the gate They are planning, an investiture I( at 3 p. m. A very inspiration-

&ub crtptlon Rate-fZ.O' Per Year Clewiston should be grateful enoughfor sometime during .that. year. service and a supper for the moth- jal.I program has been arranged, and

...Advertising Rote On Application. their help to our four war prisoners ers of the girls and for the," scout all who attend will be glad they
.. to go well over the top in this It was sad news to hear that 1 committee members. The actualdate came. ,

-Hhe advancement and wel- drive for without the' packages which another: Clewiston boy had been ,kill- for the party is not yet known ,! The Lake Division of the Palm-

Devoted fare of Clewiston to and Hendry County. have been put up and delivered by ed in action, Corp.. Charles Wiandt but will" be sometime in the' very I Lake Baptist Association will meet

I the Red Cross many of these boys who was killed in the successful near future. Every girl and her I jat South Bay Tuesday night at 8:00

would have suffered badly from wresting of Luzon from the japs. mother is to bring one thing for the m., for the Southwide Sunday
possibly starvation.This Charles has been from Clew- "
I malnutrition, away party. I School Association meeting. An 'at-
; NATIONAL" EDITORIAL isn't an ordinary member- iston for six years and his parentsnow The committees for the party I tractive program has been planned
SSOCIAT1QN drive. It will require more reside in Miami but we understand .-
ship :
worked on the plans and the meeting and every one is cordially invited to-.
than your dollar' membership to put that he still has relatives here was adjourned. I attend. .

.our quota over. Seven dollars a and we feel sure that we express Bartz Scribe. The Auxiliaries '
I Joyce of theV.. M; S.
second is what this service is cost- the feeling of all Clewiston when we I meets follows
-- as : G. A.s at the-
ing and few of us are not able to offer our sympathy and our humble church
Wednesday, 3:45. Sunbeams -
finance at least one second of this appreciation for what he has given Community Sing At '. at the church Wednesday,

On The HouseBy work. for us. Sugarland ParkThe J3:30. R. A.s at men's class room
I Don't wait .to be called upon fora I, Thursday, 7:30: p. m.

D. C. S. donation. Figure out what you Pvt. Louis Wethington, now stationed recreation committee of the I Prayer and praise service begins ,,-.

intend giving and hunt up one of at Chanute Field, IlL, is- at United States' Sugar Corporation is I lat 8:00 p. m. This past week we

-:,There may be those who will feel the workers listed elsewhere their in this home this week to spend ten daysof giving a community sing at the ,had a wonderful time. Be with us-
will have cre-
overboard paper. They his fourteen-day furlough. Sugarland Park Recreation Centeron [ next Wednesday at 8 p. m. Bring-
that we are going a dentials as solictors and their time we
of the Red Cross be saved. We Friday night, :March 9. Everyone a friend.
tn publicizing and time may
your This week we received a very interesting is invited and urged to attend. Choir practice at 8 p. m. Thurs
week but since we feel have heard, in the past, of folks II
drive this announcement of the birthof There will be no admission charge. day. All members are urged to be-
that this is the most important of getting their feelings hurt a daughter, Margaret Ann,' to '1'. L. Driggers will be the singing present to begin work on special
held during they were not solicited and becauseof Junior and Lucille Waters at War- I Easter music
the many drives being these tender feelings they usedit leader and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt

the year for funds we're offering no I as an excuse to keep from making ren, Nev. This young lady put in will act as pianist. The program I
apologies and are tempted to fill up an appearance at 4:49: a. m. on Feb will last from 8:30 until 10. I
a donation. Possibly a worker may ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL
every column with fled Cross pub-I call at your home when no one Is ruary 15 and weighed in at eight This is an opportunity to enjoy avery I \ CHURCH 4
licity. pounds, two ounces. The announce- delightful evening at no cost
there and time doesn't permit run-
ment didn't whether she got to whatsoever who fail to '
say and those
For many years we've been plug- ning down every person in the com Services every sunaay: at s:31>
see her daddy or not for mailed to attend that will
when- are promised they
ging for the Red Cross drives munity. Your cooperation' is need- A. m., at Clewiston. Community
during us on the same date is a notice to miss a grand evening's fun.
ever they were held, for ed to make the drive successful and % Church.
hold his until new addressis
paper a
peace time the organization was do- quickly concluded. THE REV. S. D. MASON,
ing a great job in taking over when received, a simple way of saying I Priest in Charge..
With The Churches
disasters struck. They didn't haveto in most instances that the addresseeis 1 I

be big disasters either for we iC":":N.N.N.N.N:":":":":":":..:":"'.:":":":.':":.i1':... on his way overseas. Junior (we .
the homesof I II haven't heard his rank) has been I I"
know of one case when ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH
couple of indigent darkies were located at Las Vegas, New Mexico, CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY
burned and the Red Cross came to fcx With for more than a year.NN I David C. CHURCH H.ancocklinistel' I I Fr. Peter .T. Reilly, Pastor P,

their assistance and helped them Mass: Clewiston 9:00 a. m.

rebuild. Our quotas were: small ... ..I...N.................................................N..N......NN..Y...-.....-... SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1845Our I Pahokee 11:00 a. m.
then compared to what they are now I .
but it was always a struggle to : Our Boys Imitation I
argue folks into seeing that this is r Too Late To II This church has no other creed
,Classify I but the Bible, no other law but love, I
world that live in and
a peculiar we
and no other master but Christ. The
any day we may be in the middle of i t in theSemce I
Rv RUSSELL KAYOne only terms of membership are the I

conditions of salvation-a profes- i

"" ..!..!...!....!...!...!...!...!...!...!..!...!....!-!-..!-..!...-!..-!..-!..-!..!MNN!"h.N!-. sion of faith in Christ" and obedi- II I
k45 ence to him. To every believer in
of the most interesting and i C
Look to theFuture valuable contributions dealing'with Christ we extend the invitation to
join Jn the worship and fellowshipof
ws *vetoto the financial structure and opera-
our church.

. . . .. . .. .. tion of state government that has Sunday School, 9:45' a. m., Dr. C. I
." ". -
I M. ever come to my attention arrived
: E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor
Cpl. Kie, Hathcock called up I this week in the form of an "Analysisof all ages.Morning .

this morning and told us that he is Continuing Appropriations and Worship, 11:00 a. m. A I
Revenue Receipts of the State of
once more a "free" man, the Army nursery for small children is con'
having turned him loose a couple Florida," submitted by Representatives -
i ducted by the Mothers' Club at the
Thomas B. Dowda and Joe C.
a weeks ago when he came home Community Center. ( Y

I I from Finney Hospital in Thomas- Jenkins. "Except the Lord Build" is the
ville. Kie got as far as Metz beforea Like all such reports it is discouraging theme of the minister's sermon. I .

After The War I spell of stomach trouble took him to the average reader be- This is the last in the series on I
of its length and statistical dOfWIpod
out of action and he was evacuatedto cause "The Cost of World Order." f1"1 i
England. From there he was nature, but to anyone really inter- Westminster Fellowship meetingat CihItJ

.... You Will Want To I flown to Long Island and then sent ested in ,governmental finances, it i 6:00 p. m. The discussion of boy
-- _. provides plenty of food for thought'
to Thomasville. He says that he'dhate and girl relationships will be con-
to go through all of it again but and indicates many da"ys.and monthsof tinued. when your

Build A Home wouldn't take a million for his ex- painstaking research and com-
perience. pilation. savings work here..helping

\ Governmental costs have of
a way FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH local responsible families
I Sgt. Hub Spooner is another who creeping up on the taxpayer, a little ,

I has resumed his civilian status here a little there
now more and more H. C. Meador, Pastor own their own homes. Ask
and we're to until he finds himself
mighty pleased report suddenly
School 9:45
Sunday a. m.
It Will Pay You To that he has almost entirely recovered staggering under the" burden and Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. for complete information.
from the severe injuries he received wonders "how come.
Training Union-6:15 p. m.
1 in the Normandy invasion on One startling bit of informationthat
Evening Worship-7:30 p. m.
Hub from Pa- shows how ha\e learned to '"
Buy Your Lots D-Day. was over we
Prayer Service Wed., 8:00: p. m. f..
hokee to visit this week but we "tax and spend, and tax and spend"is We had two very fine inspiring >

haven't learned what his plans for brought out 'in the beginning of services at our church last week-

NOWCLEWISTON the future are. Maybe he'll just the report, which reveals that in the end. It is our desire that everyone Clewiston Federal

wait for a while until his leg has last 30 years the increase in revenue in our community find themselvesin

completely healed before seriously : received by our state (central) government worship this next Sunday. To '
civilian has increased from 3 1-2 LoanCLEWISTON
resuming any occupation. that Savings1"and
end we extend to each of youa I
millions to 117 millions. That is ,
very cordial invitation to worship 'h ,
'j The local selective service boardis an average yearly increase of 3 1.2 with the many who come our way. Association
trying to figure out whether it millions. You
r will find a very friendly people
was sarcasm or love that promptedSgt. The report further shows that
waiting to give you a ,hearty wel-
Tommy Murray to send thema under existing accounting and bud- I come. You will enjoy singing the I
"lovely" V-Mail Valentine from geting methods less than 20 percentof
I old gospel songs with us and we
REALTY Europe.In the funds disbursed are budgeted,

typical Tommy fashion it wasa reported to and appropriated by the

CORPORATION very clevely made up valentineon biennial session of the legislature. i

the V-Mail blank. At the top Upwards of 80 percent of all moneys N

was letered: "To The Hendry Coun- paid out by the state disbursed. INN

either under (a) continuing appropriations -

and (b) earmarked or

trust funds.

IF YOU WISH THE Unrestricted spending! authorityand
soverign exaction exists among t'i

upwards of 100 agencies and their

FINEST FOODTry moneys are maintained in approxi-
mately 300 funds or accounts. Some FOR AN !ATMOSPHERE

agencies do not even clear throughthe

State Treasurer's office and ignore 'of fi

A Complete Dinner At the constitutional mandate requiring -
disbursement of such
only pursuant to appropriation moneys and ENJOYMENT :AND COMFORT

upon warrant of the Governor and

THE CANEBRAKEFrom Comptroller.The .
result is that while the stateis Dine AtCLEWISTON

spending over one hundred mil-

lion dollars a year, 85 percent (If INN
$1.25 and Up such expenditures are not reviewedby

the legislature and that august 1
(Continued Regular ''Dinners $1.50 '
on Page 10)
9 TILL 11:30 ------ 12:30 to 2:00 P. M.

TRY OUR SPECIAL SPAGHETTI The monthly meeting of the Girl .
DINNERTHE Scout troop committee will be heldin
the Library at eight o'clock 6:30 to 8:00 P M. -- !

MOST POPULAR ITEM ON OUR MENU Monday evening. All leaders and on A complete Buffet Supper ......_........... .-u.--............... $1.50 i hv

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-"'---- --, an affiliate of the National Societyfor I priorities,'" said Maj. Gen. Frederick I active duty with the military sere- I pected to be sent against Hitler's
Crippled Children. E. Uhl,, of the Fourth Service Command ices I forces on the Continent. .
Use "Easter Seals" on your sta- : i : ;
tionery and envelopes during the "Those who have had no overseas -, Shirt-Tails Save Canning Sugar : : .
r TI4 w s sale period, March 27 to April 7. The service since Dec. ,7, 1941; !' -.
pennies you invest in' this worth those! who have had overseas service GIs In Holland Application ;, ,
g+ ANNSSA. y S while work will bring joy and happiness since Dec. 7, 1941, and have had Blanks
to needful children in your six months or more residence in the Delayed r
own city and county. United States subsequent to their, Functional. swimming and life"sav
Local Crippled Children's Association return from overseas service; all I ing recently spelled the difference Home
I canners will be forced to
have been organized in many others-except that an individualwho between escape and 'death for some
wait few
days longer before extrasugar
Florida counties, while others are has had overseas service since I airborne troops forced down over the !'I ration
now in the process of organization Dec. 7, 1941, and has had less than I Netherlands and required: to cross a because application can blanks be. issued

and these local units, cooperatingwith six months residence in the States I wide canal under German fire. I'I which must be filled out before the
the State and National associations subsequent to his return from such, Jim Carnahan, who has served the
will direct seal sale effortsin overseas service ,will not. be made I American Red Cross in Great Britain 'out have sugar not yet coupons arrived at are the'of.given

their respective areas. Officials available for overseas :assignment. for two years, recently as assistants flee of the war price and rationing
point<< out that 92 percent of the without the express approval of the athletic director, was the recipient board in the court house.
amount collected through tie sale commanding general .of the major of a letter ,'from a glider pilot who I OPA officials said that
of Easter Seals remains in the state I command concerned.." not so long ago attended a course in ment is due to a printing delay postpone-, bat

and county where collected for. use I Red Cross life_ .saving! methods,'The the blanks are expected to be on handin
in caring for local needs. Flight Officer wrote: I
I local rationing offices in Florida
1 1I "When landingwe had a wide !I within a week or ten days.
Overseas Service Al I canal at our backs. We were to take j I II I
r a piece of ground near the village of
:Purchase Easter Seals Men To Get Six I l ;' t h6l 1 but ran out of ammunition .and |J i I Total Food Rationing In JapanAll
., b14 r { s1 eU food and clothing in japan is
forced to retreat. Only I
And Help Care For Months In !'States fellows, a sergeant, and myself I rationed cines, gasoline as well as matches, medi-
and fuel, the Officeof
( Children swim. Remembering your I War Information
Crippled I states in a cornIprehensive -
I Service personnel who have put 'Shirt-tail Water Safety', the ser-.' report on conditions
geant and I shuttled the entire
T.V3IPA, Mar. 1-(FNS)-As the in the required time in overseas I across the canal while under group fire I j within Japan. Food Is distributed

tortnnate people of this nation duty to entitle them to being sent from the Germans. Thank God Ito I I neighborhood Japanese consumers' through y

home under provisions of the rotation for my water safety training!" I associations, which '
-watch the joy and happiness of children I issue the rations. Each association
while they romp about in search I plan, will not be returned to j jI Prior to his time, Carnahan, who serves 10 families. A local. chair-
unless they requestit lives at 718 Normal ,Avenue, Nor- man is appointed
WI gaily colored eggs.left by the pro- overseas duty I by the police. Local
call- have had a mal, Illinois,' was running an extensive -' food, corporations deliver' food
-.ertaal Easter bunny, they are I in writing, until they '
s cod''11rp-011 to give a moment of serioustlhtitrght six' months' tour of duty in this p :I water safety training pro- I rations ,to' the consumers at their
gram, in England for men who ex- 'doors.
to other children who, because country. I
( of physical handicaps, are defied This new rotation policy adoptedby I --- --------
the joy and happiness s that the war Department will be adhered -
';sturdy, healthful children know. I : to except when military necs- I V. S.Public Health Service (.,
Ana"they will be reminded that it :sity demands or ,when specifically Federal Security Agency ,,.

its waiiin their power to do some-! I directed by the War Department If you are Between tEe ages of 17 If You Wish'GUARANTEED
tihingatcfut' it by making generous I :Every effort will be made to assign i or 18 and 35, in good health,and
'purchases r>l Easter Seals," the' 1 returnees to overhead, fixed in- a graduate with good scholastic
fpnjceeds from which go to aid and !stallations,' or units scheduled to | standing from an accredited high
. 'care for -crippled children. ]remain longest in the United States. tchool aAPPLY-
T94o marks the 12th annual Easter "Military personnel required for TOU.
i .. Sale and it is being directed *n :assignment to overseas service will i *Automotive Repair Service
da"2. by the Florida Association e selected within the major comb S. CADET NURSE CORPS
'fi r Crippled Children and Adults, ]mand concerned with the following :{Machine Work '\\K:
I Florence V. Moore, R. N. ;;..,j. ,

," :.8MK..X..X..X"X"X.-X.X..:..X.X..XAssembly..: ":":":":":":":": :":":":":":":":": ":":i. 227 South Orlando Avenue, i :{Painting and Body Repair Service ': ..

v. ,.. .(. Winter Park, Florida "
; .s.Y Genuine Ford Repair P rts. jf

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3: .,, All ExpenseSchoIarships, SEE -
:- SOUTH CLEWISTOrs-- Now Available'
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r Cadet Nurse Corps

.."'l. : Sunday School _.............._.__.......__. 10:00 A. M. '

.,. r ry Morning Worship .......m.m..... 11:00 A. M. 1 As ,the demand for nurses grows Sales and Service '
I : :'' Evangelistic Service ..__m....____. 8:06 P. M. ,'each day because of the increasing PHONE 93 CLEWISTON, 'FLORIDA. "
I needs of the armed forces, there are '"
t :iI! ''x Weekly: .Services,Tuesday.........---:-.,8:00, P. ,M. :::: still opportunities for..girls.iIlf..12rida .

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\O 4 Young People's Service Friday ........ 8:00 P. M. to join the Cadet; Nurse' Corps of the r. r.----
U. S. Public Health Service according
I 4 Sermon subject Sunday, Feb. 25, "What Next?" I IMack's :
a. K1V. H. n. I to Florence V. Moore, State Recruitment
Z B.-GWELL Officer.

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: .:-:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:.: :.-: : : : : : : : : : : :-: :-: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :+: S Created by the Bolton Act at the BeardsleyREAL
request of leaders in nursing and i
hospital fields, the Cadet Nurse

Corps offers all-expense scholar- ESTATE
s ships, monthly personal allowancesfor -
its members and official out-

Store door uniforms. In turn, Cadet -
Nurses pledge health permitting,
I that they will remain in essential 1

nursing for the duration of the war. I CITY LOTS FARM LANDSINSURANCE
l' High school graduates and college :
Excellent Prescription Service girls with sound health and scholastic -
; I records who can meet the re-

a j I quirements of the nursing school I
7 A. M. 11 P. M. ::: I selected are eligible. Age limit :s

I from 17 and 18 to 35 ,years. I

;' "Student nurses are needed now," ; Phone 66 Hopkins Bldg.
PHONE 20 says Florence V. Moore to provide

f nursing care on the home front and 1-.1

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to help release graduate nurses fori .! :N: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :..:..:..:.:..:.:..:..:....:..:..: :..:..
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Everyone Florida's-: sugar industry is among the nation's unsung war 'heroes:producing the ; '.

fighting energy for the Nation's armed forces all over,the world as well as for the men behind ,:. :.

the men behind the guns. If YOU are not in essential war work then ;;" :. \L

Get Into The Battle By Joining The Forces of ',: !

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MARCH 2, 1945

........ ........ .. ...... ....... ..: :..: :..:-: -'...:..: Ambassadors the boys'I
(.:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:.: : : : : :-: : : : :-: : ---r: : : : : : :.X+: : Royal young FOR SALE: Six-room I LOST: No. 4 Ration
.. society. Following this were the

I :A4ft : reports of the various committees of house and bath, com-! Book, ,Rt. .1 1 Box 1 179-.
.:. the organization. The next meet- I '

'PERSONAL and SOCIETY :% ing will be at the home of Mrs. T. pletely furnished. For'A. Willie Johnson. I tp

L. Tanner. The meeting was adjourned .
> further information -----
5 j with a prayer by Mrs. E. M. see -I

Cornette.Mrs. 'I FOR SALE Seven-foot.
... or write Mrs. M. Valaer, :

------ - .. .....,...................................... .*.. .* ... *. Roath served refreshments i Ii
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..: :..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:. :..: : : : : : *% %%%% <'%%: %Vt of lemon pie and iced tea to 1\1rs'l] Box 2, Moore Haven. Philco, Refrigerator',,

Bobby Garrett spent the week- Mrs. Naomi Alsobrooks of At- W. Robinson, Mrs E. F. Phillip-': I Sears-Roebuck 250
11\1. gal.
end with friends in South Bay. lanta, Ga., came last week for a Mrs. Joe Elder, Mrs. A. H. King, '
visit of several weeks with Mr. and I Miss Kerr, Mrs. Tanner, Mrs. Montgomery per hour electric -'water
Mr., and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt were Mrs. A. J. Manning. Mrs. Cornette, Mrs. H. 0. FOR SALE: One House

business visitors yestei'day in Miami. I Meador and Wanda, and Mrs. R. J.I i pump',_ electric radio -,
--, i Mrs. Eugene Powers, Mrs. N. V. S. McLeod and son. Trailer with 8 ft. by 10 1

; Hamon Pitts of Ashburn, Ga., 'Mumford, Mrs. E. M. Blake, and -_ I ft. porch. Furnished L. E.. Thompson,)RFD 1 1fc

was the guest of friends here Sat- Mrs. Fred Morrison were visitors in MRS. ALSTORXTEHTAIXS -, Clewiston. ', ,.V" :

urday afternoon Miami on Monday. BRIDGE CLUB THURSDAY $225. See manager of!, ',,
. I'I'1Irs. ---:;-::

V Tommy Strickland-of South Bay I Mrs. Cecile Brooks oC West Palm D. G. Alston entertained ht>r Trailer ,Park. I( -- "
... was the week-end guest of Alvin I Beach visited her brother, Richard bridge club Thuisday' afternoon. I

and Willard Garrett. ,- -(,: Yoder and friends in Clewiston Friday Her guests for the afternoon were Mar. 2-9-16-23 i ,Johnson's Fish CampNear I
I and Satuiday. 'Mrs. Ed Alston, )Mrs. Edgar Kim- I ,, ( Hurricane, Gate): t
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Dagorrettewere brough, Mrs", ,Roy Alston, Mrs. R.M. I C1cwi ton, Fin. '

business,visitors: in Palm Beach j Mrs. Rose Hoffman 'icturned home : 'Bishop, Mrs Carl Johnson,1) Mrs. I I ,Boats and, l\TotorS-(11Jde( Service: l!

on Monday. , I the latter part of last week from;> a 'J. W.. Ezelle, Mrs. G. B. V Thomas, LOST: No.' 3 and "No. 4J\ Rates Reasonable I

', -- .' ,, ". business trip to Tampa" and St. Pet. Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs.. R. C. Wilson -! \V. H. Johnson, .Mtrr. :'.',

t, Richard Yoder spent the weekend :-. ersburg.Mrs. Mrs. G.' H. Small, Mrs.. W. ,C. I .Ration Books belonging -
in West Palm Beach ',with his Prewitt and "Mrs. H. R. Hall. I

_ ; mother, Mrs. Daisy Yoder. Henderson. Doyle and Worth son, Jeff, Mrs., and V.Miss A.; dames Guest Alston prizes were and given Kimbrough'to Mes-; I Verdel to Lucille Wilson, and I II ............................................... ..-.. ........_....................................
John Weslie i:
I R. N. Miller of LaBelle was A Ruth Henderson spent the weekendin a' crystal salad, platter was won by 1]I I y FOR,

business, visitor, in Clewiston Tues- Fort Myers.__ Mrs. Bishop as high scorer 'and a ,,' Flossie and Robert -Lena. :;: TAXICABSDAY ::
day morning.: I double deck of playing cards was i y
-- I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Roland and won by Mrs. Johnson as cut prize. Rt. 1 ,' Box 1 185. 1 Up. I ::: AND NITE SERVICE .
children returned: to their home in'I Mrs. Alston ,served salmon salad, ,
," Dennis Small of LaBelle was here I PHONE 18 ::
Deerfield Sunday after visit'of
; V on business Wednesday and Thurs- a deviled eggs, pigs-in-the blanket and v'

day. several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. C. cookies. j' .:..:..:.:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
E. Bailey. I LOST: Ladies White!

Miss Kathleen Ryan of Chicago, -- MRS. McLENDON: HOSTESSTO
arrived Saturday for a three-weeks' '{ Pvt. Louis Wethington of Chanute RIDGE .CLUR i Gold Wrist Watch, -| a

f visit with Miss Alice ,Savage. 1 Field, Ill, arrived the first of the I about weeks G.. M. FORD
: week to spend a fourteen-day furlough Mrs. C. L. McLendon was hostessto two ago.

'::: Mrs. Jack Kinsey, Mrs. V. C. with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.L. her bridge club on Wednesday I Reward for return toMrs. !I i Civil Engineer and Surveyor ,
,'_ Woodward and Miss Louise Roath Wethington.. afternoon. Her guests, Mrs. V. C. Specializing In Everglades

:" ;' spent Tuesday in Pahokee., Woodward, Mrs. Curtis Thompson, Merriman. Phone I Surveys,
Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mrs. Foy Dur-
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Captain J. G. Richardson arrived Clewjs on. Fin.For .
Miami: Friday to spend a week with his rence, Mrs. A.' W. Lawrence, Mrs. 1 17-J. ,I Itp !
; : R.: M.' Hare, Jr., Mrs.. Joe Hall and
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C., H. Riche ,.. ..
Mrs. R. C. Nowling. |i -- -.a
t., a visitor here Thursday and today. I ardson, and Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
".It __ Mrs. Nowling was high scorer, ]I I II
Richardson, and R. L. Richardson '
l ), Mrs. Marvin Morice spent the Captain Richardson has, for the past winning a hair corsage; Mrs. Hall: -

j l'V V- past week-end in Fort Lauderdale ten months, been in active comb won second high prize, also a hair =-_ :,

,'; with her mother. with the 9th Air Force in the Euro- corsage; Mrs. Durrence was low: THRIFTSShoppers
pean Theatre. winner, winning bath soap, and 1\Irs.1 '
i:" Mrs. Albert Wachsner left Wednesday Hare won ,the cut. prize, of kleenex. I -
.'t, V for a month's visit at her I Mis. McLendon served refreshments

,>; former home, Richmond, Va. Mrs. Billie Crow left Tuesday fora t of sandwiches, pie and' coffe. '. -

'f! --- I visit with her brother, J. D. .1' poi &ullianon.u.1UJ an'1.Q..hila_,-_-............

M.,, Mrs. J. C. Ziler and Mrs. Fred Hooker, stationed with the Navy in IT'S TEA SPOONS THEY WANTA ,
Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Hooker. J
.':: 'fflnt
are spending this week in .
:'"::' Miami. Mrs. Crow was accompanied as far couple of weeks ago' the News' 'ufcfia'ses hf :$to I :or 'M l'r : i n JQU1J_M
as Memphis by Mr. and Mrs. .
ran a request from the Cadet Club

aV: Mrs. Wm. Johnson and children Ralph Bishop upon their return TO for spoons to bolster a diminishing

;}!: ': of Pahokee spent ,Sunday here with IMr: Bishop's Navy station in Norman supply but failed to' say what kind

:V h;, Mrs. Joh son's' sistel'"l\fiss' Florence I Oklahoma. :' of spoons. There has been a nice 1

:. i.Graham.. donation of table spoons but no teaspoons

",: ; ', ,,>,,. ."e'V"X.y' x f Hand-Moo'dy and folks are being asked to
-: ''. "' _:-" .-..,-'Rev.D.- Rich -rdson-,-Mr---and .. ...:- ,; dig 'agafn to ,'.'see -'if' they' can locate t '

( ::/ ,- Mrs. C: 'H. Richardson and Capt': J. -'' an extra tea 'spoon. or two for use FORT MYERS FLORIDA! _
:: D. Richardson were in Miami Mon- The marriage of Miss Frances by the club.
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;, Louise 'Moody of Belle Glade and
: 'r." Gordon P. Hand of Clewiston was
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performed on Tuesday night February
,' Mrs. G. V. ,Cook and .daughter, -
V 13, in Moore Haven, Miss Louise
:< Jackie, were the -week-end guests .. ANTHONY'SV -
Moore, clerk in the office of County "
.,;: of Mrs. Cook's parents in Palm
y Beach. Judge J. M. Couse. 'performing ,'
: ...
the 'ceremony. ..

Mrs. Mrs. Hand is the daughter of Mr. / ir
E. W. Knight and children, I a
F- Mary and Calvin, and :Mr. Knight's and ,Mrs. Walter Moody of Belle. '

.;. sister, Mrs. A. L. :Murphy of Bartow, Glade and has lived there for a ';':- :' 1 V
number of years. Mr. Hand returned ., .
1 j spent the week-end with Mr. and >
,to his home here in November t ; I
Mrs. Peter Christensen SLACKS:
: and family. ':: ,(EXCLUSIVE ,
,'- after receiving a medical dischargefrom ... '
'i :
n ,
/i,, the Army in which he had 7'i'I'i'r, ;" ,;
served for many months. He left ';",;J"

:/ on Wednesday of this week for ,','', :'; tOl'r. 1
Tampa where he expects to work in .:. V :

the shipyards and Mrs. Hand is with I '
her parents until he is permanently j" '

located. ,, .J,; Ewa :' SUMMER AT $6.95 ,

DAILY ;Mvnxni:4. i'. :M..viraiT HAVE SPECIAL MEETINGThe "
-7 JL 9 p. M.AT. .
it SL'X.:. cO 'I'IXtjOUS !z V We summer-weight
featuring synthetic
3 5 !l P. :M. Royal Ambassadors, of the J are new ,

1 WEEK BEGINNING MARCH ,4 Baptist Church, held a special meet- \J :'). kV: slacks 1 known as "Bengalita."- This is' a proven fab' V .;, ':
ing on Thursday afternoon during rico A big trouser firm contracted for the mill's en :
which the Rev.
H. C. Meador
; SUN. & MON., :MARCH: 4 & 5 i gaveus ,
i is
f an interesting talk on the chil- tire output of Bengalita fabric and is selling to only : '

t: '?,'J I "Tonight and Every dren's Father home Johns in is Arcadia the head., of which ,s r":; one account 'in a, town. Anthony's has these fine ....

>, :;' Night" New members were David Twiddv, .' -' slacks exclusively and the, price is only $6.95. They:' .

(In Technicolor) Billy Finley Walton, Harold, Edward Droa. erick Glenn, John Billy I ".. ;' were originally planned to sell for $8.50 but by big : '

'." Rita HayA\orth-with--.Janet RIair1 Phillippi, Harris Powell and Alfred I y : !; production and exclusive selling in quantities, .

Walton. the has been established and frozen at 695. ",
a. I i ALSO CARTOON Visitors for the afternoon ''were : price ;'

._. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs. Our allotment is 600 pairs. ::: ;',

N' TUKS. & AVED., MARCH 6 & 7 Lillie Paoli and Mrs. W. R. Broade- .r .'. ,.
rick. Mi 5. Paoli and Mrs. Broade- I ,"" '
rick led in singing. These slacks fit feel like silk hold, a crease
,. ld After ,the meeting was adjourned well. Our advice is : ; '
1AIIOI refreshments were served and <; ; and wear to buy your summer '; '

enjoyed by all. ..' NOW while we have size. ''
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I The Agnes Graham Circle of the ,,:
: 155 MARCH OF TIMEA Baptist Church met at the home of : '- .:

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If a newspaper becomes stuckto Use the cardboard from your

a varnished, table top, apply husband's shirts
THE STORY THUS FAR: Zone Corey, tomary for you to subject your I and push herself up, her hands olive oil. Let soak your -
thoroughly to
keep them in
order and'
who Is in love with Paul Duncan rail- guests to such indignities? Am I a slipped off. They had no strength.
roaded into taking a Job she does not wild beast that might spring on you Flashes of pain went through them. then paper can be removed. easy to remove when only one.
memoirs of his -.- piece is desired.
want helping
three powerful men and destroyyou Panting, she rested a moment.
grandfather, Admiral Duncan. Aboard Tie a button on the end of the -.-
? The three
ship bound for Hawaii she is thrown overboard "I Miss Boland! Pierre men were arguing. string attached to the toddler'stoy Baste velvets with silk thread.
am so ,
but is rescued. After landing sorry Zorie saw the kitchen door slowly
and wagon or truck so the stringdoesn't This leaves no mark of
Paul and Zone overhear Paul's brother, Untie Miss Boland's hands opening. She thought it was being the bast-

Steve, with whom Zone now Is In love, feet at once!" blown open by the wind, but there slip through'. his fingers. ings. .

plotting with Winthrop Lanning. Believing Pierre severed the cords that was no wind.A - .JI

Steve to be In danger, Zone, tries to bound her feet, then the cords that man appeared. He came lurch- When a light bulb breaks off, Rayon threads are plenty weak '

and rescue driven him,into but the Is mountains captured by, where Lanning she bound her wrists. Her legs were ing into the doorway. leaving the top screw part in the when wet. Therefore, have' a care

Is told she will not see the sunrise.: numb to the knees, and her arms socket, first be ,sure that'the cur- when straightening stockingseams
Pierre, who threw Zorle overboard, ar- were numb to her shoulders. Pierre His head, his face, his clothing rent is turned off. Then insert a pulling up hose, or remov-
rives at the cabin and wants her killed. took her hands from behind her. were a 'mass of shining purplered'mud. cork into the socket and turn to ing them after having been caughtin J'

He tells of a death struggle with Steve, They hung down limp, bluewhiteand What she could see of his remove the cap. a shower. '
and claims that Steve is dead. useless. face, under the mud, was battered

The dawn was growing brighter.The almost beyond recognition. Blood
prickling sensation had reachedher and mud were indistinguishably in- Hirohito Has Made Huge Beware
CHAPTER XVIII termingled.Zone Coughsfrom
,wrists and ankles, was begin- it Personal :Fortune by War

"Keep away from that girl!" Mr. 'U' '-_ _L_''''-'---.. __ '_" ___....Jr .. stopped the scream as common colds
rose in her throat. She whispered:
While the Japanese look
Lanning shouted. upon
Pierre sucked in his breath "Steve! Steve!I" their emperor as a god with no That Hang On '

through swollen wet lips and backed He carried in one hand two metal thought of earthly things such as ,_

away from her. objects so covered with red mud money, Hirohito has made the Creomulsion relieves promptly be-

Zorie's hatred had, ini,a curious that it was hard to recognize them. greatest fortune in history since cause It goes right to the seat of the
trouble to loosen
way, renewed her strength. Her : ;Si He stared at her blearily. She attacking China in 1937, says Col- germ laden help phlegm and aid and nature expel

brain was clear again. She heard realized that, he was so groggy he lier's. to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -
the soft patter: of rain on the roof could hardly stand. He must have Through war profits and in- bronchial mucous mem-
and the silver wires again dangled. been lying half conscious in.mud all creased values of his personal branes. Tell your druggist to sell you"
a bottle of Creomulsion
from the eaves. this time. He must have called on holdings in every important enter- you must like with the the way understanding it-

Then Mr. Stromberg walked into superhuman effort to keep this appointment prise in his empire, Hirohito has quickly allays the cough or you are

the room. He said vigorously, "What with Basil Stromberg.He enlarged his wealth, according to, to have your money back..

goes on here? Where is Steve Dun- i 1 I( stood, swaying drunkenly, star- an informed source, from about CREOMULSION.for ,

can?" b.1 j,, 'M ing at Zone'out of bloodshot, blurred $1,600,000,000 to $6OOO,000OOO-and BronchitisBuy
He saw Zorie. He said harshly: blue eyes. With his head sagging, in that land in which the aver- Coughs Chest Colds. (..

"What is this girl doing here?" his arms limply''' beside him, his age wage of skilled workmen is

Pierre started to talk, but Mr. whole body caked with mud, he was still 80 sen ((19 cents) a day. War Savings Bonds-

Stromberg cut him short. "Hend- even more frightening than Pierre

ley," he said, "what is the meaningof had been. .

this?" YyL Steve Duncan came lurching toward -
1 .
ti.r ti
for another rJ'
Zorie looked about
her. He moved as deliberately -
man, but Mr. Lanning answered. "I as stiffly, as clumsily as a robot.

will try "to Mr.explain" he said.broke in yL\\ % yr 7f He paused beside her and peered 77WW51$

"Why, Stromberg into her shocked white face. He -
"did leave that in front of
you car ,
dropped one of the revolvers or pistols -
this house?" .
k into her lap.
"I'll it," Mr. Lanning said
In al, strange, rumbling voice, he
I hastily. said: "Use this, baby." -
,."Wait a moment said Mr.
Her relief was so great that a BILL: Gosh, Mom' hot ,
Stromberg. "We have something to ; f
rolls! Now I knowI'mreallyhome
e settle. Hendley, go out there and spasm of hysteria shot through her. And they'reeven i, i

watch at that window." He,.turned He staggered drunkenly past her better than I '' .

back to Zorie. He shook- his head and into the living-room. A senseof remembered! ,, ,1 ,,

slowly. "Why," he asked her, "doesan / p pA warmth and strength flowed mag- MOM: Help yourself, son. '' +

innocent little thing like you haveto ically 'into her. Steve Duncan was, I made 'em specially, u w 1 1'' ,

get mixed up in an unholy mess suddenly, more than a man that' call right-with after a I grand got your, I fFleischmann's

like this?" she loved. He was Man-the un- quick recipe using

:She-: shrugged.- "wny not say the -- ... -.. --- -- defeatable. Beaten and battered and yellow 1 ,. aa
fortunes of war?" she answered. left for dead in the red mud, he label Yeast, the kind w
man appeared. He came lurch- had made himself and with extra vitamins! \ J ei
j "That's what I usually say when I get up come *
ing in the doorway. here.
get into, these tight corners.
She thought: "We'll probably not
Mr. Stromberg was staring at her. fling to enter her hands and feet. '
"What do you'mean?" She tried to lift her hands, but she get out of this alive, but I've seen 'h 1 j
the most glorious thing in life.
"You might ask Pierre. could not"Will .
I've seen a man who was beaten to SURE THEY'RE 600D- \\\l rt
"Pierre? 'He whirled around .\
"She is Ah-nah Boland!" you tell me, Mr. Strombergasked death refuse to accept it.' I've seena AND GOOD FOR YOU I "% '
"how you got out of Oslo in FLEISCHMANN'S IS THE ONLY .
that mankind can't be
"That's ridiculous!I" Mr. Strom- 1941?" man prove J I'M FREE! SEND FOR MEL.!
beaten down!
berg said. "It's. he
stopped. BIG NEW
He turned back to Zorie. "There again, Zorie answered, The man was in the next room, HAS ADDED AMOUNTS OF
"you are embarrassing me. To an- in his BOTH VITAMINS A AND D, OF FLEISCHMANN'SFAMOUS
saying strange rumbling
unearthly -
"You can't possibly be Anna Bo-
swer that question, I would impli- voice: "Hands up-all of AS WELL AS THE 40-PAGE '
land, Basil'Stromberg declared. cate innocent people." !" VITAMIN B COMPLEX/ ,; 'THE BREAD BASKET/*
"Anna Boland was shot by a firing you '
He studied her. The ; :'iDOZENS OF GRAND y
squad in Berlin six months ago!" pricklingwas There was a sudden, short silence.It /
extending into Zorie's hands followed by outburst of ( RECIPES FOR BREADS,
Pierre said. "And was an ', + I' .1" ''&
"Maybe, four and fingers. She tried to lift her sound. A gun went off. There were % N% i. ROLLS, SWEET BREADS. ?
'I threw her off the 'Sa
ago, hands into her lap. She succeeded, other sounds. ,yro,,i SEND FOR YOURS TODAY
moa, into the propellers' and
drowned her!" but: the pain, almost made her cry Zorie was trying to pick up the

out."Ask revolver or the pistol in her lap.
"But I was not shot in Berlin. "
her, Mr. Lanning's voice But her hands were useless. She
And if you" will look closely, Mr. ; came from the living-room, "any thought of what Steve had done-
Stromberg, Zorie said demurely, in German French Mr.
question or
will the, agonies he must have gone And all those vitamins go right into your rolls with no'great J s .
"you that have
see you bagged Stromberg. Anna Boland, you'll recall through to get here. loss in the oven. So be sure to get Fleischmann's

rather a rare specimen. spoke nearly every European She tried to stand up. There occurred Yeast with the yellow label. A week's supply keeps in
"This girl is lying," Mr. Lanning tongue." the ice-box.
in the next room, a splintering J
broke in. "Her resemblance to Anna "But this girl-" sound, and 'a thump, as a, door For your free copy,write Standard Brands Incorporated :
Boland is what precipitated all this Grand Central Annex, Box 477, New York 17, N. Y.
"Ask her! I insist this girl is not burst open.
trouble. It's nothing but an amaz- Anna Boland, Mr. Stromberg. I in- She saw them from the window.
ing coincidence. Until the fort-
past sist she making a fool of you." There were three of them-Steve, ab
night; she spent her whole life in
the little Middle Western college Mr. Stromberg got up. His large, Pierre and Mr. Lanning, all locked

town, of Elleryto :-" handsome face was suddenly red. together, a straining mass of muddymen.
"Very well," he said quietly. He Their feet slid about in the
"That is really so amusing," Zor- spoke rapidly to Zorie in German.He red mud.
ie said with soft little
a laugh.
said, in English, "Please answer With a superhuman effort, she
"They radioed Berlin, .Mr. Strom- that question in either German or picked up the gun in her lap. It
berg. What did Berlin
say, Mr. French, Miss Boland." slid out of her hand. She reached
Lanning? 'Perhaps it was Anna Boland's. -
double that shot.' "But this is so 'childish! Zorie down for a handful of her sun-
;ve They
cried.It pleated evening dress. She tried to
radioed Elleryton where I've been
more or less hiding' since I got out was no use. In the silence, she swab the mud off the gun.

of Germany, and Elleryton reportedthat would have heard a car if it had She watched the fighting men. She ti r

I am too 'smart and a very been a mile away. No car was wondered where Basil .Stromberg

suspicious character." coming. It was obvious that Paul was.The 4t '
Mr. and the admiral had not followedthe three men were still locked
Stromberg's steel-blue
eyes 'line of reasoning she had hoped together, floundering about in the G 'sa'::a rA
were now very narrow and alert.
they would. mud, with Pierre and Mr. Lanning
"This is most interesting," he said. Mr. Stromberg got up and wentto striking at Steve. There was a revolver '

"So you really are Anna .Boland." the doorway. He turned and in Mr. Lanning's right hand.
.1 "Yes, said"Zorie. "I really, am looked at her."Whoever Steve's hand was closed tightly
Boland. you are," 'he said, "I about Mr. Lanning's wrist. His hand

He pulled a chair toward her and am awfully sorry for you. Pierre, holding the revolver was above his,

sat down, facing her. come along!" head and the revolver was pointing :

"I must confess I have always The two men went into the other to the sky.Pierre '

been very curious about you, Miss room and joined Mr. Lanning. Their stepped away. He reachedup I

Boland. I"am really shocked." voices, so'low she could hardly hear ,for the revolver and pulled it out

"And I, Zorie, answered, as if them, came to Zorie. They were, of Mr. Lanning's hand. Then he

she were, amused, "have been rather of course, discussing her, decidingher stepped back. He started to circle

curious about you, Mr. Stromberg.I fate. She knew that Mr. Lan- about them.

have the greatest respect and admiration ning was sorry for her, and she be- Mr. 'Lanning had one arm about
I for the work you've been lieved that their better
natures Steve's neck. With the hand that
doing here in Hawaii. You are not would have little weight in their de the
had been holding revolver, he
on brilliant my side-but work." I always admire cision. swung repeatedly at Steve's face. ..HUIJIN en"'Gay qUICK

She tried to rub her hands to- They spun about in the mud.
Mr. Stromberg smiled. His face
became red. gether. Sensation was returning to Zorie found herself on her feet O Yes,Ben-Gay gives fast,welcome relief from pain and
them, but it took the form of an agonizing with the automatic pistol in her discomfort due to stiff neck.That's because it contains up
"This girl Mr. Lanning be- ache. She tried to stand up. hand. She did not know how she to 2 Vz times more methyl salicylate and menthol-famous

gan."Hendley There were sharp cramping pains in had got to her feet, or how her hand pain-relieving agents that every doctor knows-than fiver
Mr. Stromberg said her feet now. Her ankles would not ,had acquired the strength to grasp other widely offered rub-ins. For soothing relief, make
impatiently, "I told you to go out and support her.
the pistol. sure you get genuine, quick-acting Ben-Gay!
at that window. If she could stand up, she could She moved with dragging steps

.. Mr. Lanning shrugged and walked crawl through the window. She toward living-room.. She passed

out of the room. could crawl away, and hide some- through the doorway. She saw Mr. ra

"I am most curious to know how where. It was her only chance. Stromberg lying near the front'door ,

you escaped from the firing squad," She made another effort at gettingup. on his back, with one arm thrown I r "

1 k said Mr. Stromberg. Her legs gave way. When she over his eyes. 1' 1 1 1 4 ,

s "But, Mr. Stromberg, is it cus- tried to grasp the seat of the chair (TO BE CONTINUED) Y

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ANT D BY HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST.'D. D.. he will meet with a success ,un- Kick-Back Toot, ,Toot
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.Union. expected in common hours.- Huffer-How can you smoke a rank Foreman-Say, that new man
Released by Western Newspaper
Henry David Thoreau.A cigar like this? we put on the job is a regular
l'uUer-I can't. That's the one you steam-engine.
mind, once formed, is never suited .
A FTER all wars, morals collapse Lesson for March 4 after, gave me yesterday.A Boss-Good worker, is he?

and character takes a nose One yet in growth will ever grate- Foreman No, he's a good
dive. For wars are destructive in Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- ful be. poor man worries over his whistler. _
more ways than in the matter of lected and copyrighted by International GOETHE. next meal; a millionaire over his
Council of Religious Education; used by
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and man-built cities.It is the great object of life.J. .- Sammy-Mother, we are playing .

was after the first world war JESUS TEACHES FORGIVENESSLESSON G. Holland. Figures Count we are elephants at. a, zoo. Please
Jasper-If I'm going to be a come. ,
that the Black Sox scandal devel- Laboratories for scientific research -
opea.__ -' This was in'-_ TEXT-Matthew 182135. their are sacred places where lawyer, why should I bother to Mother-What can I do?

1919. But the Black trespasses GOLDEN your TEXT-If heavenly ye forgive Father men will also the future is being born.-Pas- study mathematics? Sammy-You can be the lady

Sox were' not the forgive you. But if ye forgive not men their teur. Joan-You'll. need it to sum up that feeds candy ''and peanuts to

only crooked offenders. trespasses neither will your Father forgive your cases. the elephants.
There'were' your trespasses.-Matthew 6:14. 15.

many others '- on .................e..................
other teams. Forgiveness is the very essence of You Can Add Square a Time to ThisRug .
Christianity. In Christianity only REALLY SQQ7tiSNGbecause .;
Everyone has we find an adequate and proper deal- in Flower and
Cherry Design
heard of
recently ing with sin, leading to forgiveness.In they're really medicated :
the soldiers
12,000 Christ alone do 'we find that for- ..
who were AWOL in .M .
France where giveness, cleansing and regenera- By Ruth Wyeth Spears .
every ;
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.? man was needed for tion. H-12=+4 HOOK BURLAP 5r- $ ; als and hooking Ask for pattern by num 'i
Since God has so willingly and SQUARES ber and enclose 15 cents with name and : ..i
; his job. Many of :
I Grantland Rice :
wonderfully provided for our for- address direct to:
these sold cigarettesand IEM A11 EN
giveness, it would seem that we w C@UGM 10XmrJGlES :
other front-line needs ,to the
to make us TOGETHERvOOLEN .1'
would need no urging
French black market. Only a few Bedford Hills New York Soothe your throat all the way :',
have been convicted and sentencedto forgiving in spirit toward one an- Drawer ]0 down-far below the gargle, line. :'

death or long terms of peni- other.I. Enclose 15 cents for Pattern No. 201. : Each F & F Lozenge gives your :
tentiary labor. But here is proof of The Extent of Forgiveness (vv. / throat a 15 minute soothing, comforting :: '
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own fighting mates for some formof "How long do I have to stand it?" Address............................... for coughs, throat irritations or :
hoarseness from colds
: resulting or ;
is the of the human heart,
profit. question smoking. Only 10, box.
if untouched by the spirit
especially l
This is far
something beyond
b of'Christ. The injustices of life, the Sloti -Ripening Fruit 1.
throwing a baseball or a basketball __7zi
fellow againstus
offenses men
I game. Or a football game. It is the our .The sea cocoanut, found only in o
ultimate in infamy. So if this can all seem to pile up until the bur- the Seychelles, is the slowest ma-
den is about to crush us. What is
happen to our army along the fight- turing fruit, requiring ten years to
? strips from out
man's question worn
the answer to
ing front, with over 12,000, betrayals ripen.
had He said ,and dresses are
some far, lower than any Bene- The Jews ,an answer.
three times is enough. Forgive once, used for the background of this
dict Arnold, you can see what can
.' happen to sport. yes. Again, yes. But the third,time, rug, and the turquoise flowers and
no. 'Peter was bighearted enoughto red cherries in alternate squaresare YtiffJoints

"" The Brooklyn college basketball more than double that allowanceof from dyed :pieces of an old
,:: matter was only a small part of
: mercy. ,He was willing to forgivenot cream colored blanket.
','.. the picture. We all know that the I just two or three times, but sev- The burlap or canvas foundationis

average kid-the average college en times. cut in twelve-inch squares. Each

,., '+ student-is honest. We also know The spirit of Christ swept all of square is hooked separately and, Tired Muscles Sprains Strains Bruises II l

-. : that we have had crooked governors, that aside. He said that one should when sewn together, they form '

crooked senators and crooked con- forgive 70 times seven. In other this fascinating design. 1
.. .. .
: gressmen. But politics is accepted *
is be
} words, ,Christian forgiveness to
at least crooked NOTE-Pattern 201 gives actual-size design
': as a partly game.
/ untiring, unlimited, to know no for this rug with color guide and
', Sport isn't.Must weariness and have no boundaries.If complete directions for preparing materi

Be on Guard one really forgives, it is becausehe -

has a. forgiving spirit, and that
f:=. Once they blast the foundations spirit is not exhausted by use, but

a:.l\; of complete honesty from under rather grows by exercise.A .
f;'! the entire structure starts to 1 ..
.1, '. sport, word of caution is in order at '. ,";<
: cave in. We have had too much this point. Let no one suppose that +-:

j- 1, dishonesty, entirely too much our Lord's instruction means that

.j I ::!:; crookedness, entirely too much cowardice offenses against the law of the land 'i:

>:-. in politics.: Everyone knows against the good order of societyare a.fa
.::,:y- that. But.sport can't' be "almost'clean. to be overlooked and condoned.It .

." It can never ,reach the lower relates rather to the cultiva-

'' level of politics, and still, get by. tion, of a personal spirit of forgiveness .,. .
It is for this reason that sport must' aside of
the laying revenge,
be on guard ''through the remainder of malice, of retaliation which do
; of the present war-and throughthe not become the Christian. '

postwar period on beyond.
II. The Motive of Forgiveness (vv.
It isn't to that most
? say 23-34). { 'T. M ia A'
athletes are honest. This applies to Two motives are given. The firstis j

baseball, football, basketball'and
that since we ourselves are daily r.
boxing. In another way. it applies to and hourly in need of forgiveness at V SPARK PLUGS GRASS. SEED, :
racing. ; \ from coast to coast, you can fill your i .
the merciful hand of God, we shouldin TODAY 't\
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l';. In 1919 there were over 400 honest sin against us. Compared with our ,
: : ballplayers yet there were eight offenses against the law of God, we ; supplies, hardware items, household equipment, t ;:;

I 1. players who came 'wrecking know that the misdeeds of our <'' clothing at a convenient Firestone Dealer ,. t cOIL .<. '1

:. the game. Judge Landis and Babe neighbors against us are usuallymere : ':}.W.

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:.: tempted to be' hard and ungraciouswith ., WALL TONE
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I although there are exceptions. your brother. + you money. .

He knows human nature and .its The second motive is the remem- F'11 \\ tires are made to give your tractor up to 16% / : }1 '.
brance that a day of judgment is to
weaknesses. And
he has cash to If a
offer. Above all else, the pro gam- come. There is always a time of F x \ more horsepower at the drawbar, so all other t =':I'I's ';:

:'::. bIer wants the winning edge, the reckoning ahead, even as was the s P \. Firestone items are priced to give you extra '' ;l :. '

winning percentage, for his,money. case with these servants. Remember '- ,. '
Too many of these would betray not only what God, has done for '; TTERIES \ values at lowest prices. .)

the souls of their mothers for a you and is doing for you, but what Save time and money. Patronize a modern, HOUSE PAINT ,
": / winning bet. you must yet expect Him to do in
>. well-stocked Firestone Dealer Store or ia .r
;" Once again I honestly believe that day of judgment. It will make : ::

this applies to the minority. But you merciful and gracious. in your s Firestone Store. You will receive \ t
-',; the minority, with the playing judgment of, others. a ;
-. minority in sport, can wreck any Forgiveness has .a fine quality PS courteous and prompt service .. / ,:A

game whose main'bulwark must be which commends itself to others. BRAKE LINING', and satisfaction with every purchase. ".<'

:'. honest,effort. Note the sorrow of the fellow serv, ..:.. }

S;' Unless there is the strictest sort ants (v. 31). There is, then, a so- ,' ,'Jffi1 For the best la music, listen to the "Voice of

of control shown cial value in true forgiveness. ;. E 'iMfirestofJe": with Richard Crooks and Gladys a
",;> by sporting lead- '
JJ Swarthoiit and the Firestone Symphony ) 'BATH MAT
;.:', ers including coaches, college III. The Importance of Forgiveness Orchestra conducted by Howard Barlow jAND LID COVER A' '
presidents and iron-hearted commis- (v. 35). ? ft cry Monday evening over NBC network.

.. !. sioners, sport can wallow into more A man dealing with his fellow ,
if> crookedness than it'has ever known. man is apt to think that it is'merelya 9 Copyright. 1915.The Firestone Tire&Rubber 0*

k To me, it isn't enough to say that matter between man and man.'We ELECTRIC FENCE CONTROLLERS: +
.::, are not. dealing with a straight line
most ''of these athletes honest.
between ourselves and our brother p
; ,Most people are honest. But there
(that was Peter's error), but witha
is still many a crook around who
at least close to triangle at whose apex is God y xForTRUCKS UTILITY.STEP
; can come wrecking FORK \r- .
Himself.If .
f the whole works. Let's not be too f ; ;
I God to
expect forgive me, I dt
gullible again. Who would have be-
? : 3 PIECE
must let forgiveness flow out 5 y t
lieved in 1919 that almost entire l z
an l
to brother. I ,, \ UTILITY BOWL SET is
club my If deal with himas
i" ball. could be bought at a cheap
r,, price to throw a world series-in- though God had nothing to do
with the matter, then I must not
cluding two potential hall-of-fame V
to God's y/i '" .r For PASSENGER CARS
't stars? Who could have believed try count forgiveness into

G that 12,000 soldiers in France would the picture when I stand indebted

betray their fighting mates at the before Him. !
: front? Or who could have believed God does not play favorites. He \l

that a Brooklyn basketball team- is no respecter of persons. He is

'} -'one of Brooklyn's prideswouldhave as interested in the other' man as

sold out to cheap gamblers? He is in me. The Christian should )

The gamblers hardly count. They have the same spirit.

were barely ducking Sing Sing any- Here we need a word of explanation. -

way. But the five kids are wrecked Let no one suppose that our

beyond all help. Their lives are over redemption in Christ is contingentupon 1
in any decent community. what we do toward our breth-
ren. (Eph. 2:8: 9).
Sport today needs keen, alert,
Nor. does the truth of our lesson
honest and fearless leaders-more
mean that we are somehow
f than it ever needed them before. going
?,:;i For there is a tidal wave of dishonesty to bargain with God, trading a bit ri o
of our forgiveness toward others for
on its way, no matter what
the optimists tell HJS forgiveness of us. God is not
may you.
,I interested
in such transactions.



FRIDAY, MARCH 2. 1945:

'Caloosahatchee"Work tee and J. E. Beardsley, Kiwanis, water levels were said to have been Declaration of Estimated 1945 Tax by Governor Jlolland. Followers
education.. ( a little higher in the upper 'glades Farmers (persons receiving at I legislative action will recall the of
Included In Meetings in the future will beginat .I.| at the end of 1944 than at the end least two-thirds of their income from fight in the House the
I over mea-
eight o'clock instead of 7:30: as"in of the previous year, about the same I farming) are permitted to delay filing -,, those very provisions that would
:-T:post-War Plans the past. I in the middle 'glades, and lower in 1945 Declarations until January -' sure and the Dowda-Jenklns have.

Guests at the meeting included southeastern coastal areas. The I 15, 1946. At. that time they! visions that became known pro-the .
Deepening of" the Caloosahatchee Wm. Wigton of Miami, Nate Silver-c report urges conservation of waterat may, if they desire, file their annual! "House Philosophy." as
man of Philadelphia, Dennis Small all points. returns instead 'of their declara-
diver included in the I
was Defeated in their
of LaBelle, Hub Spooner, club mem- tions. Declarations are required purpose by the
ziid harbors: bill which was passed I I action of the Governor who
tOY the House Thursday, was already ber recently discharged from service -II RATIONING from farmers who expect to earn the measure emasculated
I and Bruce Beardsley, senior $500 or more this If by vetoing
and which now year. they
?passed by the Senate I made it effective, Dowda
?is ready for' President Roosevelt's class member of the club. CALENDAR postpone the filing of Declarations j.! contested the veto in the and courts Jenkins -
until January 15, 1946, they must
Signature. The bill called for in .on the grounds that
!I Ii I the Governor
appropriation of $50,000,000 for Several Selectees ; I pay the full amount of estimated exceeded 'his constitutional
tax at that
time. Special forms and
rivers and harbors projects.
tost-war I but the courts
The bill calls for an expenditure fro' I Blue Stamps--X5,_ Y5, Z5, A2,I: instructions have been mailed out !,!I ernor. upheld the Gov-
'Jf $208,000 for the Caloosahatche1 (Continued Page 1) I B2, now valid, expire March 31. to all persons who riled Decrarations '

and> Lake Okeechobee drainage 1-C Discharged. I I C2, D2, E2, F2;- G2, now valid,I last year. Additional copies? may I|'I State They then called attention of the
Other Florida projects In- Discharges are now being granted(I expire April 28. be obtained from the office of any I' Budget Commission to the

eluded reas.. in the bill are: to those in service who can show I H2, J2, K2, L212. now valid I collector of internal revenue. Farmers I I(I fact that they were not complying
of competency merchant 'with. the State
St. Johns river, Jacksonville to proof as a expire June 2.MEATS. who have not as yet filed their Budget Law passed
seaman and acceptance .in the Merchant I I 'I in 1931, which required that
ocean, $725,000; St. Johns river,I Marine. :: AND FATS I income tax returns must do so Commission the

Palatka_ _u.n to,_ Lake Harney, $290,000; I Red Stamos-O5.. R5.. S5.. now by March 15. ( I give the legislature a
on state
St. Johns river, Jacksonville to I I valid, expire March 31. I I While expenditures.
Lake Harney, $25,000. Water Conservation- i T5, U5, V5, W5, X5, now valid The prices of farm products rose I biennium has budget not been report released for this

Intracoastal waterway from Jacksonville expire April 28. .in 1944 to the highest level for the.' information has been made no
to Miami, $11,089,000; Y5, Z5, A2, B2, C2,= D2, now valid,I war period and farmers sold the I''I to the best of public,
(Continued from rage 1) I my knowledge, that
:same project, $26,300; Canaveral expire June 2. I largest volume in history, according the provisions
St. Lucie inlet, called attention to data from the are being complied
arbor, $1,661,000; SUGAR I to ,Alexander Hamilton Insti The Dowda-Jenkins
$46,000; Lake Worth inlet, $711- EDD annual report, recently releas- tute. analysis givesa
I Sugar Stamp No. 34 good for five I I II condensed comparative statement
: ed, which gives much pertinent information -
000.New i pounds, expires Feb.' 28. ; ,- jof state receipts and disbursements *"**
river, $60,000; Miami harbor concerning the unusually|I
Sugar Stamp No. 35 good for five Too Late To from 1934 to 1944 and shows
1 I ClassifyContinued that
$5,781,000; Miami river, $91- dry conditions of the past three i |I State
pounds, expires June 2. / i expenditures hay increased
000; Intracoastal waterway from years. r from
; SHOES $35,000,000 in' 1934
Miami to Key West, $1,830,000; The report showed that while ( from Page 7) j to $107-
Airplane Stamps No. 1, No. 2, and 1944. Some increase in
Intracoastal: waterway from the Caloosahatchee lakes in the Kissimmee Valley show I No. 3 now good. body has budget control over only 10 years.
river to the Anclote ed rise inches _
an average of .45 about 15 percent.,
Driver, $3,200,000; Little Manatee during 1944 that, there was a dis- FUEL OIL The taxpayers of the state would
In an effort to correct this do well
trivet, $77,00 charge of only 751,000 acre-feet I. 4 and 5 (last season) I situation to give this exhaustive report -
'Tarti a harbor, $189.000; Anclote I from the Kissimmee into Lake for 10 gallons each. during the. 1943 session of the careful study, but chances are

Viver, $10,000; Pithlachascottee."river Okeechobee during the year as compared I I Periods 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, (this season legislature, Dowda and Jenkins incorporated they won't, for the average citizen
$51,000; St. Marks river, with 857,000 acre-feet in I|I ) 10 gallons each.GASOLINE. provisions In the House | is so apathetic and indifferent to
general revenue bill, which would "where his
:$"r 1,000;; ntracoastal waterway 1943 and an average of 1,200,000 i money goes" that he C
abolished all continuing ap- j( confines his activity to
'from Apalachicola bay to St. acre-feet I beefing now
over a period of several A-14 coupons valid through March propriations
modernized and then
system when the tax
"iMarks river, $32,500; Apalachicola, A total net gain of 13 i take happens
years. only ,- I 21. Rationing rules now require, of accounting for state funds I I to hit him personally.
'Chattahoochee and Flint rivers, 800 acre-feet was recorded for the that each car owner write his 'license -1 and required all funds to be II!
''Georgia and Florida, $6,500,000; year from inflow and precipitationover I I number and state on each I biannually in the future.appropriated ''hand I It can be depended upon Dowda
IPensacola harbor, $162,000. evaporation and discharge 'and in his Jenkins will carry on the fight
coupon possession as soon *sit Due to their''
tireless effort, this bill in the
'I coming legislative
this gain was reduced' by unknown is issued to him by his local was passed with a few minor changes i session and
"IHS. LAWRENCE SURPRISED means so there was a net loss in I rationing board must. be presentedto even if taxpayers are content to sit
by a vote 'I
of 84 to 6, but the
essential the
on side'
VlTH STORK SHOWER lake levels of .7 feet during the year I the board when: applying for sup- features and line and "let George do
provisions of it"
from 15.2 to 14.5 feet. Ground plemental B and C gasoline rations. they might at least rise up and
:Mrs. A. W. Lawrence was surprised I the act were singled out and votoed give the boys a feeble cheer.
with a stork shower Friday

evening given by Miss Margaret ,

Von Mach. The evening was spent

playing bridge and the high scorers

were Mrs. C. 1.. McLendon, Mrs R."M. .

Hare, Jr., Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and I '
Mrs. E. O. Ward ;'

Others present and playing were
Mrs A. L. Moon, Mrs. Urey Wal- -:..,. :".' ,.
if ran. Mrs. A. W. Sias, Miss Laura '

bailey, Mrs. Curtis Thompson, Mrs. .'

boy Durrence, Mrs. S. L. Lang, Jr.,

':Mrs. 'R. J. Bestor, Mrs. Billy Crow, ,,'
3lrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs. C. A.

Thomas, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. :;

rG. E. Etherton, Mrs. R ,J. Lee, Mrs. .j
:;::'> c;
'Ruth B. Owens, Mrs.. I. S. Bell, Jr., : :: :. S'. AT r / ::'

JUrs. Hubert Land, Mrs. Joe Hall,

j :Miss Louise Jtoath, Miss Clarice

Lammons, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. J.

,A. McGehee, Jr., and Miss Renee. ','; 4.I- ,., .. .

Wethington. ,

'Girl Scout Training ; :: ,..;; '/ # A I' YF -" "

a Course To Be In AprilThe '
,:.: Z
Girl Scout leadership training F IINw V't

course is to be held in Clewis- -3.. : ....
ton on April 16, 17 and 18 and on

May 1 and 2 by Mrs. Francis G. '.".. :. ....
"Kenning.Mis. .' ",

:! Kenning was executive sec- .....

retary of the Duval : ,
County Girl }', :' .' ,
'Scout Council, Jacksonville, for -
seven and a half years and is now : J

'doing training and development f1 f" .And Air Conditioning Helped

'"work in the eastern section of Florida t lT i "
as a special field advisor of the # '
Girl Scout National staff. ...
since the organization of the / f' ,! Yes .' without Air Conditioning engineered Air Conditioning will her j. ..:
N ago there Scouts has in Clewiston been a need over of a year this 'il production of the famous Norden as basic a necessity as your wiring ,,' '

'Specialized. This training course in will child cover leaderShlp. organization -- ''f" 7= bombsight would have been cut 50 system .,.something to be considered J'i

'Scout and management of Girl } :..' per cent during the warmer months planned for. i' *J
troops, discussion of the ten ,
: of the .
program fields as developed for year. -'
use :!
Air :
In" the three different age levels- v\- Though _Conditioning equipment,j ,,;,'' ;

Brownie, Intermediate and Senior, i ,vWithout controlled weather" in war has gone to war, Belcher maintainsits l. ;' ;-, H
records and record keeping for
j troops, program planning throughthe -; plants, our bombers could not strike staff of consultants for your. -
( J ,
Court of Honor
girls:; of the three age dealing levels with and /. such telling blows at our enemy's convenience '. who, in addition to Y'. -' 1 ,

"other tl'SS d.topics The which training leaders will wish be dis-deSigned ,- ,,6 ;1 ,*. homeland time after time. Constant, their war duties, will gladly work .i -.'...,. :7 i "-

to give a working knowledge uniform temperatures create healthy with your architect or consulting ",
'of the Girl Scout program. I

An effort will be made to arrange working conditions, and in assembly engineer to plan Air Conditioning. ,...., '

the of time taking to this suit all course those, and desirous { rooms, keep vital parts of aviation and unit heating for your Home oft f( _:> ,

''anyone interested may find ou equipment from expanding andcontracting Tomorrow. ,

more particulars from any of the :' .JF ,,-

'troop committee members, Mrs. M. cutting rejectionsalmost iJ, i ,
:M.! Prewitt. Mrs Deposits on Carrier Home Airy ,. P; "
: Eugene Powers, '

,Mrs.Mrs. C.C. H.E. Berner Bailey,, Mrs.Mrs.J.A.''W.O.Ezelle Wardor to the vanishing point. Conditioning equipment are being :' :f: I-

,Mrs. G. N. Pitzeu ." ., -' Today bombsights taken now at 'Belcher Industries. .*' w X (fJ'

LieutGovernorContinred : tomorrow, better living for everyone Orders will be filled in sequencer: : ; ." '

for in' your D'rt1 as soon as possible, h :::1I '
( frost page it House of Tomorrow after Victory Day.ESTABLISHED .fjfo
ture; on the 28th the club will en- 'JEfg :\ :

Joy an outdoor meeting at the .

Oeardsley Farm ,,,

At a directors meeting following A Di isionol L :
,. : 1 :
it was, agreed that the club donate i "
Becher GII !
25.00 to the Red Cross War Fund : : .i_

"Drive and Sherwood Hall was nominated ,/ ;;. '- 1915 J : t

as a high school senior mem MIAMI AND PORT EVERGLADES, FLORIDA ?: 1il1"fp;,;: '_...,; : '
ber of the club.Appointments. ; .
< .
of local members Sole Distributor in South Florida ofTHE CarrIer Air Conditioning and, Refrigeration -; ., ,*>-.' '., :':;,;'... 'i' /\.);,;J

":o district committees include G. II. ;"- t' ''-.,_., .. < ; {

3rown on boys and girls committee, . e [
E1. E. Gross on aer'ifnl'in: commit