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 9, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
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System ID: UF00028415:01038
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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MIDNIGHT CURFEW1 I I BOND ELECTION TO St. Patrick's Dance Red Cross Drive Is Over

Next Saturday Night

TO BE ENFORCED BE HELD APRIL. 17; Clewiston's annual gala dance affair Top Here In Four DaysRoyal

, the St. Patrick's Day Dance,
I ,

:: STRICTLY BY CITYIn PETITIONS ARE IN will beheld Saturday in Sugarland evening, March Auditoriumnext 17. -

Uncle Sam, through the midnight Coats Is National Quota of $2300
a letter received this week by E. M. Cornette, Clewiston member curfew, admonishes not to stay out Reached Workers
:Mayor E. E. Kelly from Louis A. of the school board and its I late so the,. dance will begin at eight New Manager Of By

Miller, Area Director of the War chairman, reported to the board ata I o'clock and close at twelve. Hot Clewiston .Inn Monday NoonMrs.

:Manpower Commission, Miami, was meeting in LaBelle Tuesday night I dogs and ;cokes will be on sale for

Inclosed' a directive concerning the I that a sufficient number: of ,signers those who get hungry. A valuable
enforcement of the midnight cur- had been' obtained to petitions to door prize ,will go to the holder of Royal M. Coats, manager of the M. M. Prewitt, cochairmanwith
tickets the number of Hotel Chipola in Marianna for the M.. W. Bigg for the 1945 War
few for places of entertainment insure the holding of a school bond the lucky '
-which, became effective a short time election,"in the Clewiston district anda ,which will be drawn late in the past 'two years, arrived here last Fund Drive reported yesterday that
; resolution was passed by the board evening. Other prizes will be given, week with Mrs. Coats to take over the Clewiston drive had gone well

ago.Any violators of this midnight setting the date of this elections including several for "spot" dances. I the management. of the ClewistonInn. over, the top, the reports from vol-
ulteer workers, who began the community -
cadet orchestra from Riddle .
'_ d \ curfew will be reported to the area April 17. : I '
- r 'office of the. War Manpower Commission The resolution must be approved Field, which made such a hit at a Mr. Coats began his hotel career canvass on Thursday morn-
; b Mayor Kelly, as ,directedby by the State B'oard''of Education but previous 'dance here, will play that in '1934 in Panama City and since ing of last week, showing that the
and real Irish tunes that time has managed hotels there, national quota of $2300 was reached
; that office. Violation of any or State Superintendent Colin English evening some 1
:all stipulations in the following directive has already stated that approval are promised for the occasion. in DeFuniak Springs, Jackson, by noon on Monday.

'will result in the violating would be merely a matter of form. Miss.,: and for five' years was manager Yesterday's complete report show-
establishment being closed for the F. Barnes, representing the' bond of a hotel in Birmingham. He ed that a total of $2,809.76 had

duration: firm of Ranson-Davidson is in, Talla- RYAN IS SPEAKERAT is a native of Holmes County, ,in been reached through Wednesday

t-: "The following field instruction hassee this ,week ,to obtain this approval northern Florida. He paid his first night or at the .end of the first

is being issued to all regions" Subject and draw up the legal notice visit to Clewiston last fall and both week and while' there are some reports -

t : War Manpower 'Com ission which will probably be. run in next I MEETING OF he, and his wife were very much im- yet to be recived' is not considered -

< responsibility for enforcement of week's issue., pressed and pleased to accept the probable that the total will

; midnight curfew on places of enter- This bond election will give thefreeholders position here when it was offered.Mr. I reach a much higher figure.

'" tainment order issued'by Director of .of I the: district the op KIWANIS AT INNOne Coats has, for the past five This is less than was raised the
-' held the position of Inter- : first week of the drive :
War Mobilization and Reconversion portunity' of expressing themselvesas years, last year

--. James F* Byrnes, has fixed respon- for or against the proposed bond national Protective Director of the :Mrs. Prewitt stated, with the average
:sibility in the WMC for 'obtaining issue of $450,000 for the construc- of the most interesting talks Hotel Greeters of America. donation this year being smaller thanin

> compliance with his request that all tion of a 'new high school building heard by the local Kiwanis Club In I I 1944 although many individuals

places of entertainment close by here and alterations to the present Drainage District doubled their donations this year.
some time, was that given Wednesday -
'" twelve o'clock midnight each ;day school plant. While the $2300 is the national
'effective February 26, 1945. This evening by Quin Ryan, former Makes Tentative quota, the over-all quota allowing

'\ ,midnight curfew is necessary in or- Lt. Foley KilledIn manager and popular announcer for one-third for the local chapter wouldbe

).r to conserve coal and also help many years of Station WON in Chicago Maintenance Plans $3500. Campaign workers are

" l. alleviate the manpower shortage ,tand'It Crash LandingIn ., Mr. Ryan is spending several still hopeful that this figure may be
the burdens upon transportation and I reached.
The District
Everglades Drainage
Burma Theatre weeks in Clewiston while doing
.... : ,
:: other facilities. !
commissioners at their meeting in Beginning next week the Dixie
-, S t "Establishments affected are the some writing connected' with radio West Palm Beach on Tuesday heard ,'Crystal Theatre will show the spec-

:;., j following places of entertainment, Lt. Ernest G. Foley, 22, concern- work. "- I a report and recommendations from ial Ingrid Bergman picture at each

: whether' public or private: Nigl/ ing whom the News carried a 'story Mr. Ryan covered the early history the Soil Conservation Service of the performance with its appeal for Red

clubs, sport arenas, theaters, dance last week regarding'' his winning of I of "radio, with its beginning in Department of Agriculture,, which Cross donations and a collectionwill
-< halls, road houses, saloons, bars, the DFC and Oak Leaf Cluster
,shooting galleries, bowling, billiardor the China-Burma theater of opera- Pittsburgh and .discussed the phenomenal a survey of the district to obtain immediately after each showing It

pool establishments, amusementS tions, was killed'sometime the first growth of the industry to I accurate data on water levels, is probable that the amount collected -

S parks, carnivals, circuses, coin- of February in a crash- landing at its present tremendous, .importancein canal flows, subsidence, etc., witha there will do much to raise the.
t operated amusement device parlors, Musa, Burma, near the China Jior- the every-day-life of every citizen -I view""to determining the best meth- Clewiston figure. '

,it-.. ice skating and roller skating rinks, der, according to ,a telegram, received of the country.. ods for ,conserving the muck soil of Every facility of Riddle Field was
entertainment ,activity of yacht, by his wife, the former Zena '
,J" Mr., Ryan, as: an announcer, established the 'glades. placed at the disposal of workers
--country and other clubs, dance studios Belle Pullen, on February 14.,
The recommendations
!; for@rk
many |"'firsls. He: was who visited the field ?'n Wednesday
':., : and 'schools' and gambling establishment Lt. Foley's last to his wife tfte '
lettfr 'l
based on use"of' the nc1I' '
; Wing Commander.-
,: the first, to broadcast ,a :.Kentucky "by C. 'Lind-
dr 1" Restaurants customarily -' ;;was dated"Februar -; Atthat time and the; work recommended, far,
} Derby, tlue first to broadcast a political say and for the first time RAF ca-
'" open all night for the purpose he had completed 930 hours I I'
as a Is
convention, the first to broadcast in the area of greatest agricul- dets were given the opportunity of
'of serving food are not affected by pilot with a combat squadronof
cargo tural development from the Miamito
the Indianapolis races, the firstto making donations if they so desired.
the curfew so, far as serving of food the Tenth Air Force on more than I the West Palm Beach Canals.
A broadcast an inauguration, that They were not solicited but most of
': is concerned. 225 missions, in eight; months of This work ifldonc would total
1 of 'Varren'G.. Harding and the firstto them made a voluntary donation.It .
service. He had won the Air 11eda.lwith
broadcast an important football is probable that a complete report -
.1J:;> Ingrid Bergman InL two clusters before, receivingthe game. He followed Red Grange The work on and in the vicinityof will be made available for pub-
DFC and the cluster to the latter the Palm! Beach Canal to serve -
during his spectacular career with I lication after the close of the drive.
,; :. :Red Cross Appeal medal.Lt. the University of Illinois, made the 337 square miles would amount to Those who have not yet made a_
Foley's home was in Sedalia, $1,891.000 ; along the Hillsboro I contribution
first broadcast of a Dempsefight, are asked to contact one
. ', :.:- The excitingly lovely Ingrid ; Mo., but he met Miss Pullen throughhis broadcast the Floyd Collins incident Canal 159 square miles would be of the many workers during the next

I j t1 : Bergman is on the screen of the brother, Roy Foley, who resided I and many other early important served and would cost $1,719,000; few days so that the drive may be

:<, Dixie Theatre this week in a short for a time in South Clewiston and news'ents.. 156 square miles along the North closed out by March 15.
f was a mechanic in the USSC tractor New River Canal would cost $980-
J g., subject dedicated to :fted Cross His start in radio eras accidental.
shops They were married at New- ,000; ,52, square miles along the Miami ii. -
tr War Fund Week" currently being '
He was working in the studio on Park Beautification
port, Arkansas about
eighteen i. Canal ,and Bolles Canal l,
t. observed, by the motion picture industry -
an all-night job when one night to
months ago and Mrs. Foley is now 000. Three new canals '
:-r throughout the United As Permanent MemorialTo
fill in he was asked to do the an-
.: sister, Mrs. R. E. Hill in posed in a secondary system, "A"
States, Alaska, Porto Rico and the remained
1 nouncing. From then on he ,
[ to cost "B" to cost
: $1,399,000, Boys. In Service
Virgin Islands. Miss: Dergman'sappearance
and in
at the microphone comparatively -
No date of the fatal accident was $945,000 and "C" $752,000. .
at the Glades Theatres "
'short time
given in the War Department tele- was'manage The total area served would t'J
s a happy addition to the already f and further of the station. He is familiar with The construction, by the City of
gram no details have amount to 621,440 acres and the
'' attractive filmfare being presented, yet been learned. He most of the star radio performers, Clewiston, of a six-feot sidewalk
expectedto average cost per acre would
inasmuch as the beautiful star complete his 1,000 hours m knew Amos and Andy when they $13.09.If completely across Civic Center ?
has never, in her glorious career, March,and were dance teams, worked for several Park, some five hundred feet in
ft. get a leave to come home. this recommended work is doneit
"been cast in a more important role.As years with Floyd Gibbons and length, was completed the first 'of
will probably be through a special -
a charming emissary'of Graham McNamee.He the week and the walk is now in use
mercy, Miss Bergman brings home Clewiston Town Team told of the great strides be- levy assessed against property I as the first link in a proposed beau-
in the affected rather
owners areas
most vividly and dramatically the | ing made in radio toward the elimination ( tification set-up as a memorial to
Whips BuckinghamThe than over the entire district. At the
great and humanitarian work of' of static and discussed at Clewiston men and women in serv-
time there is fund -
present no reserve
'the I
American Red Cross.
considerable length television whichis ice.
Scenes of the Red Cross in action Clewiston girl town team ,still, in its infancy and' offers permitted for maintenance work un- The walkway runs between the
der the
refunding I
augment the star's appearance, and held' the WACS of Buckingham considerable post-war prospects. Clewiston Inn and the Sugar Of-
,1; do much to add to the effectiveness Meld 'to three foul shots the first Visitors at the meeting includedU. fice on a line between the entrancesof

of the subject. half 'of Tuesday night's game here, T. Koch. Ens. Richard B. Owen Boy Scouts ;Hold I I II the two 'b lildings. The Clew-

This picture will be shown in and ended with a final score of and Royal M. Coates. iston ,Hotels Company and the
16,000 theatres during Red Cross 26-15.. Court Of Review I
I United States Sugar Corporationplan
Week, March 15 to 21. All money Myrtis Sutton led the scoring New 'Draft Orders 1---1 to plant :flowering trees and
collected local theatres will
by be with 15 points and was high scoreron shrubs along 'this walkway to complete
- turned over to local chapters of the both teams. The guards played Effective April 1 vanced from tenderfoot' to second J the project.
,_'.," American Red Cross. an outstanding game. class, Scouts, one was advanced fo |
';<":.. S $5.00 pays cost of a survivor's kit W AO'S Line-Up: Forwards, Henry For Men 18-37; first class and ,two Scouts received i '
;.5. Golf Matches To
; for? shipwrecked seaman. I Copeland and Lyse; Guards, merit badges at a Court .of Review i
''"': : $10.00 pays cost of 100 messagesof Rogers, Snow and Annecchiarcco. "New Selective Service regulations held here Tuesday evening under _! Be Held I
: Sunday
}s,> inquiry and reply to home and Subs: Thurston, Yanko and Kivir- require the filing of, new requests the direction Jof the Glades-Hendry :j
': servicemen in enemy countries. rano.. for- occupational deferment for district chairman Frank E. Conkling With Belle Glade
'.S' $12.00 for free coffee and
"> pays Clewiston Lire-Up: Forwards, certain registrants," declared Gen. and Scoutmaster A. H. ;King.
doughnuts for 500 servicemen. Sutton, Hendley and Polk; Guards, Vivian Collins, state director of selective The new second-class Scouts are -
$15.00 pays for ten Red Cross Von Mach, F. Sutton and G. Veltrl, service, following his return I Jimmy Johnson. Leif Johnson A, group of Belle Glade golfers
Kits for wounded men on arrival at captain. from conference held last weekin Ernest Redish and Melvin Keene. will be matched with a group of

hospitals Subs: Trice, Allen and 'Davis. Atlanta.a Bob Metcalf advanced to first-class1 Clewiston golfers for matches on
20.00 pays for Red Cross capture the course here Sunday afternoon.
-------- and merit badges for public health i
For 18 through
registrants ages
parcel given to prisoner of war 'on I Play will begin at one-thirty o'clock.
S;-S reaching enemy camp. Florida Theatres 29, who ,have not been found phys- and carpentry were awarded to Billy 1 The local pro E. Leonard, will' oe
ically disqualified it will be neces- Toulis and Fred, Young.be .
Remember. You don't give to Red matched with Jay: W. Moran againstthe
Raise $111,996 to' file DSS Form 42A (Spec-
sary Bill Scriver,
Glade ,
? Cross-yoU give thru Red Cross. Belle pro

"Let's do more than in '44. In Polio DriveM. \ ial Board Revised may) consider in order that deferment the Local for obtained from the Local Boardby and a chosen partner. Others In
--' the group will be paired that after-
such registrant. The Local Board the registrant or the employer I

.' Kraut Offers Market C. Talley, state chairman of cannot :consider a deferment unless: and immediately filed for each reg-I noon.Those from Clewiston who will

}, \ For Surplus Cabbage Florida Theatres for the Infantile I. this form is filed. If such form is i istrant who meets the .above Local participate 'in the play are: E. Leonard -
I filed the Local Board may'consider quirements. On April 1st
Paralysis Drive in January, reports Jay W. Moran, Phil McCracken,
that theatres of the state collected classification in Class II-A or II-B if Boards will re-open the files of all Joe Schroeder, Tubby
I Kraut packers who pay growers $11,996 during this campaign, 311 I it is determined that the registrant I of these registrants who remain I I Foy Owens Durrence, Lynwood Blount, Robbie

1 ." a minimum of $15, per ton for bulk increase of 42 per cent over the year meets the following requirements: classified in Class II-A or II-B and I Robinson, E. Kelly, C. L. McLen-

/ t L-, ,..'1 cabbage, transport it to distant 1944.. "He is necessary, to and regularly I further deferment cannot be con-I' don, Bob Ruett, Keene Langhorne,
4 ,lIt packing plants and pack it for sale U. T. Koch reports that a total of engaged in, and is INDISPENSABLE sidered unless the file Bob Johnson, Dink Davis and Joe
l '. at existing ceiling prices, can partici- more than $GOO was; raised by the IRREPLACEABLE in war pro- request on DSS Form 42A ( .Garcia.
pate in a WFA program under which Glades Theatre in Moore Haven and duction or in support of the nation I Revised).

._.. __the, ,_costof. ., transportation up to $23 the Dixie Crystal Theatre of Clew health, safety or Interest." DrfS Regulations have been amended Contribute to the Red
I, \ per ton will be borne by WFA. iston. Form 42A (Special Revised) should l (Continued on Page 8) Crossij


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In Teacher-Who said "Two heads

are better than one"?

Jasper-I think it was a hat
Washington D. C. INSOFAR as so-called fan mail manufacturer.Be .
the bulk 'of the correspondence
goes -
GERMAN UNDERGROUND 'Briefed' at Army Air
SEETHES we have received lately con- it ever 'surely, there'sno

According to ,uncensored dispatches On Yawata; cerns the scoring in boxing face like your, own.Effective : "
matches; Apparently there is a na

active guerrilla now reaching warfare'Washington is flaringup Huge, tionwide'.interest in attempting to Plus "

on a mounting scale behind the solve this problem, which Commis- City Girl-That's the most life
German lines. '. sioner Eddie Eagan 'of New York like scarecrow I ever saw. Does it
has tackled so intelligently. He is frighten the birds
First real indication of an active By away?
making progress, but there are still Farm' Girl-Say it made 'em
Fifth column in Germany came recently News ,
with accurate reports of many tall barricades along the road. even bring back the seed they tooka

pitched battles inside Berlin, Breslau WNU Service, Union Trust B map I His campaign, however, has started week ago!

and Bremen. This new guerrilla. Washington, D. C. ev- many fans to thinking along these

warfare differs from that of partisan How would' like to I areas: lines. _
you For example here is one. letter I
units inside France, Yugoslaviaand Yawata steel works in a : as a .
Greece in that few of the guerrilla tress? where think worth recording. It comes to ri
Germans. The bulk "me from Maj. Rich- rl
troops are jump, '
I did it without moving ard Maibaum of the
are Frenchmen and Russians who where
classroom seat in Orlando, U. S. signal
were captured earlier in the war are army
and have been used as slave laborin one of the courses I attended show- corps:
the reich. army air force school of they "Dear Mr. Rice: ( -
tics. It is part of the "post As chief, combat
All of these workers were rocks"
ate" instruction of the high
films branch, signal
carefully guarded by Ilimmler of the army and it really is a corps photographiccenter .
until recently. Most lived in big "
When I had
tic "briefing. of
cities and worked in large in- my
that demonstration, as it is duties is supervising -
dustrial plants. In Berlin for I actually felt as if I had the review of
example, hundreds of thousandsof the
that bombing mission which several hundred
slave laborers have been
at an unnamed base in thousand feet of
housed in fenced off temporary
flew straight to a target, which L>' -
barracks in the heart of the city. mm per month sno"t'Grantland Rice
, clearly pictured in my mind by combat
But recent allied air army
had made the 'trip. the world you
raids have created such chaos cameramen, all over punk as the dickens,brings on stomach .-
that thousands of foreign work I'll try to reenact it for much of it under battle conditions.The upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, <.,
First, imagine a great large exposed negative, unprocessed, take Dr. Caldwell's famous medicineto
ers escaped from their enclosures stretching across the room in shown quickly pull the trigger on lazy "in-
is in field accompaniedby
sent from the
and have hidden in the the nards" and help you feel bright and
bomb ruins. you 'are sitting with two black as caption sheets in which the cameramen chipper again. -

theI I on it. The lower line runs, pilot describe the, action they DR.CALDWELL'S is the wonderful sen-
At night, the guerrillas prowl few slight deviations, .of have photographed. And I am often na laxative contained in good old Syrup
streets, capture Nazi sentries, steal the target in Japan. Then of the amazed at the discrepancy between Pepsin to make it so easy to take.
food and ammunition, commit extensive and tar- MANY DOCTORS use pepsin
leg running north what actually appears on the film prepara-
have been < tions in prescriptions to make the medi-
sabotage. They ond line above the as
a and what the cameramen in all cine'more
palatable and
agreeable to
joined by some German army deserters running back to the base. This ap good, faith believe will be found take. So be sure your laxative is con-
afraid to return to the front, and
course we, took. there. tained in Syrup Pepsin.
advices say. it is INSIST ON DR.
CALDWELL'S-the favorite
Once Berlin is taken it is expectedthat "Now, men, says the mo-' Wish Fulfillment'"I of millions for 50 years,and feel
the several million slave laborers I standing with a pointer in his that wholesome relief from constipation. -. "-.
will flare into such revolt that I "you are going to bomb the think I found the answer to Even finicky children love it.

' Germany in the mountainous works at Yawata. Daylight be the puzzler about scoring boxing CAUTION:Use only as directed.
I bombing and naturally you'll out.' matches the night a friend of mine
south will like
cave an eggshell -
little more opposition. But you lost a unanimous decision after a
fight in which I thought he won DR. CALDWEll'SSENNA
the importance of steel. I don't .
OVER-AGE SERVICEMEN to talk about that. You have you every round. The boy' was young,
two clean-cut, honest, stout-hearted 'and LAXATIVECONTAINED
selected for record last
Greatest hardship in the your
on men
skillful. I had a strong personal interest -
Keep that record. you
is with enlisted up
army probably men IN
the in his career. The match was
over 38, now too old to become officers "As you know this is the
of crucial, a big step up if he won.
but who can't resign as officers time for the new stagger
which "On the heels of the shock administered -
You've practiced it. I won't
at that by the decision I indulged Shoulder Gun-
can.Typical a
case of how this hard- that. We have just 45
ship works is that of Cpl. AlexanderC. check the whole plan. We at the I in a little introspection. It came Or the Cost of One C
the down to this: how could my eyes
Sioris, age,45, who has served in 650 and the first ship goes J
deceived ?
have completely me
them so
the army three years, most of the the, runway at 700." BUY WAR.BONDS
"Yet deceived me they had, and
time overseas. Corporal Sioris is
(Military clocks
not only a college graduate, but 24 hours. If the number is lay- with my own stubborn connivance. I
holds a doctor's degree. Twice he subtract 12. For instance brief"s I of 'saw' that boy win because I wanted
little him to win. ,It was a pure case of
was recommended for officers'training a
4:30 in the afternoon-1630
I had
school, but each time his decided wish-fulfillment. Actually
12 4:30.
equals )
unit moved overseas and he had to Then fought that fight with him, identifying --:
Then came some directions myself with his efforts, and see
sail with his unit. Now he is too old was
"assembly" (where this Haven't :
to be commissioned, too old for com- group I had ing it through his eyes. you :
the.formation) which I won't caught yourself 'following only one
bat, yet under present army ,rules they : really soothing because
here since isn't in the and -
space adequate of the fighters ring saying
must be kept on-doing menial jobs. dis : '
There thousands similar anyhow the assembly 'Now I'll "follow" the other fellow they're really :\
are of plane ,
cases. What the army needs is a Chengtu. shore, for a while?' j JI 1 1i

good overhauling of its manpower, Level Off "When the two men touch off no

especially older men who have beenin For Bomb Run special pre-fight interest, it is usually .
the army a long time. recount some incident during the bout that

"We must be at Chengtu at which I suddenly 'fixes' your preference
Climb at 190 miles an hour to upon one of the combatants. A dis- I COUGH I

NEW MANPOWER PROGRAMWar point here (the pointer' taps from eyes,I play of courage, a sudden personality I

Manpower Commission map) to 1,500 feet and "bomb appeal, a common prejudice LOZENGESMillions

Director Paul McNutt may put a 200 miles per hour this into aroused (or overcome). '
new program ,into effect very tion (another tap) 940; then "No matter how impartial we try use F & F Lozenges to :

soon in'all light labor areas. This on course 91 degrees to the to be, we do subjectively choose the :: give their throat a 15 minute sooth :
tracks ing
comforting treatment that
would limit employers in non- (the pointer swishes out north man we want to emerge victorious.And : reaches all the way down ''For :'
essential or less essential industries black line) to the coast. and we interpret what we see in : coughsthroatirritatioAsorhoarsenessresulting :1)) 1",

to a certain percentage of "Here is your second long that light. Especially in close bouts. from coldsorsmokin ,

the number of workers they em- 1212 190 miles per hour "The bafflement is caused by the eoothe with F&F. Box, only lOt.:1.I

ployed last year. This ceiling-em- 300 feet a minute to fact that the choice we make is .....................................;

ployee program has already been altitude, at check point of finished often a subconscious one. We're not

tried out in Chicago and proven 1245 (the pointer' touches a on 'aware that we have installed one of

successful. island off the Jap coast) with the men as a 'psychic favorite,'

Chicago employers in nonessential look like an inverted pyramid and the one who somehow squares witha '

and less essential in- ''then level off to the IP." ( n' of lot of preconceived notions so I I

dustries will be required to cut the ,point of entry which, the one much a part of us we don't even

the number _of employees on the definitely established, for the have realize we have them. ** itr"" Tt--X -irO*. i"- vwr.ANIMAL--*' *-? i
payroll 10 per cent by March 15. from there on is directly to in this air. "I think this also applies to the i

get. and careful officials, who may be.' as honest as

SECRET RED WEAPONS with the other planes Abe Lincoln, but who are still sub- ANTISEPTICOILSTOCK

The Russians are way ahead ol made.) ject to the same psychologicallaws
"Show ; edge the rest of us. ,
both the United States and Great a yellow-yellow that govern
we'll know you've reached an Maj. Richard Maiburn,
Britain in
the use of rocket -
if had U. S. army" (
have employed them with devastating dark, toggle sole, Signal Corps,
effect in the lightning, drive over the bomb run, then to )
through Poland, and particularly rally point, 14 miles north of lo- Six-Year-Old JudgesHere ;

in the offensive against the NazisIn "If you are crippled going true-to- is a true report of at leasta .6) J?

East Prussia. the target, ,try to cut short part of the picture. You and I, 'sitting ;

One new and very important turn. ." officer together, see two different actions $ ::;::::..

weapon which Stalin unveiled in the I I'll explain that: you see taking place."I 1(2? L.; ;

new drive is the 100-ton tank named ly the planes would go north into have only one solution to of- :

after himself. The Stalin tank is the target and then turn at a fer," the major says. "The age :J

superior to the German 'royal tiger angle to the assembly point. limit of officials should be around "' ". "
tank, and our own Sherman heavy another right angle back six years. After the scrap the kids
tank. It carries a 4.8inch gun as home, so if a plane had jumpy should be asked-'Who got licked?'

against the 3-inch gun carried on our and couldn't last long, it must I think you'd usually get the true OWNERS' STAND-BY!
Sherman. So long as the ground remains catch up with the others and (to the answer. The kids haven't had timeto

hard, the Stalin tank is capable known its condition. If the, sop up that ego that makes most Smart stockmen have reliedfor

of resisting any but the largest lags behind, it may be ; didn't fight fans see what they want to years on soothing, effectiveDr.

point-blank German shells. On the the group leader who will make see, because what they want to see Porter's Antiseptic Oil. It's

other hand, the mobile gun on the tinuous s-turns, looping back, didn't must be the way it is." soothing tends to promote

Stalin tank can pierce most of the to locate any stragglers. here," This is a completely correct state natural healing processes.Keep
German secondary fortifications while (as I forgot to explain) jumps '
so ment. We usually see only what we it on hand always for emergency -
far encountered by the Russians, it .I is a friendly submarine want to see. use for minor cuts, :
somewhere within radio ;
is said. 'call
50. wrote- burns, saddle galls, bruises,
purposes. First, to try to As Hughey Keogh once
as liar is the flesh wounds, and use only as
WAR NOTES i any plane that has been forced and "The world's greatest directed.Ask your veterinarian

C. Germans are already trying to I into the water; second, ,to man who says he"can bet one way about it .0. your druggist

escape from the threatened Nazi information concerning any analy- and root another. has It.
This is like saying a man can
homeland. Reports from Lisbon, ships which the planes may
Madrid, Stockholm and Berne reveal spotted so the sub can go high- stand on his head and his feet at
hundreds of Germans trying to take a poke at them. the same time. A contortionist can

crash the frontier to get out of Germany I cannot in this space give strips to the, perform this feat, but he won't bestanding. j

before the Allies take over. fraction of the detail of this ..He will be in a knot.

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? A quiz with answers offering ? -

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SUNDAY ANOTHER. information on various subjects ?

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Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. The Questions 8. What land is called the "Land
Released by Western Newspaper Union. of the
1. What is the "arena of the Midnight Sun"?

nn n a I4 bears and bulls"? The Answers '

Lesson for March 11 2. When is cockscrow? 1. The stock exchange *floor.

3. What does the Statue of Liberty 2. -
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected hold in her left hand?
3. A tablet inscribed with the
and copyrighted by International
> 'Council of Religious Education; used by 4. What droppeth as the gentle date of the Declaration of Inde-
1 F permission. rain from heaven? pendence. '

'V 5. What is the protagonist of a 4. The
THE COST OF DISCIPLESHIP quality of mercy.
story? 5. The one who takes the leading
6. At the foot of what statue did part.

LESSON TEXT-Matthew 19:16-26.: 29. Julius Caesar die? 6. ,The statue of Pompey.

GOLDEN TEXT-If any man will come 7. ,How many bananas are required 7. Banana oil is not ,made from
after me let him deny himself, and take
up his cross, and follow me.-Matthew 16:24.: to. make a pint of bananaoil bananas.
? 8. Norway

k What you have is not your own.

In fact, if you are a' Christian, both
'you and your possessions belong to Beautify Chair With WHY QUINTUPLETS

God (see I Cor. 6:20; 7:23). ,To be
His disciple involves the recognitionof Newest in CrochetEVERYONE. always do this for '

the fact that life is essentially a

stewardship, holding our propertyand CHESICOLOSI!

our persons in trust for Him.
The cost of discipleship is V To Promptly Relieve
r. ;tifi;4s?rrS r'"'yyZSa':1.ks one 7408 Coughing-
which should be candidly faced.It i Sore Throat and Aching Muscles
q: : arh.L oa.M4;$.u ;? Y>t. r is far more than the cost of join- Whenever the Quintuplets catch cold-
x.t HrG';> 3d.'y'j zv i ing a church or subscribing to a their chests throats and backs are rubbed
with Musterole. Powerfully 8oothing-
;':' I kY'V creed. That may and often does Musterole not only promptly relieve

mean little or .nothing, but to be a coughs,sore throat,aching chest muscle

"r tax
'': :'xsS r tti% Yair.. s xtJ x k.jhx.' :l v'Q'ar"i 4 d 'x; ra .!t::. living in accordance with His. and throat.Wonderfulforgr upper bronchial }
,' .tisr standards. We mustI. -

>: :;:,.:,1 :}rS .: Think Right About God (vv. 16, In 3Strengths jflJ

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The picture of this rich, intelli-

I'" Make Your Next Pie With Vegetables I gent young man, a leader in his

?'- V (See Recipes Below) community, coming to Christ with -Buy War Savings Bonds-f

: his eager quest for eternal life is a .

Vegetables De Luxe most attractive one. He recognizedJesus -

;" -' Lynn Says: as a master in Israel and a

: Of course, the family won't eat good man. '
vegetables' that are cooked beyond Cleaning Tips: To remove ink His thinking about our Lord did fE

recognition with all their delicate stains from rugs, pour salt over not go far enough, and Jesus cor-

colors washed out. Do you blame the spot while still wet. Keep rected him at once. He pointed out TO (QRS."GtiUfV1,

is them? changing salt as it absorbs ink that if he recognized Him as good, SRS"OAY .
until ink spot disappears.To then He must be God. Far from ,' OR
look that
Vegetables don't have to ,
prevent wall from cracking disclaiming divinity, Jesus declared
be rich
way. Spinach can a green
W'> with enough of when putting up a nail for pic- here that everyone who thinks right s'pSp aa'' -
tures heat the nail about Him must that He is ,
its character left by holding agree Low-Spirited Mooos
',: with pliers over a flame, then God. And Fatigue Are Often Symptoms
i in to hold
; up drive into the plaster imme- It is of the highest importancethat Of Constipation I
; few of the
$ diately. the follower of Christ be clear For constipation take Nature'

Peas cangreen be Wax window sills to prevent that. his master is God. Otherwise, Remedy (NR Tablets).Contains

'r':' they are as w first them from getting dirty easily.To his attitude toward Him will reflect will want to follow rivatives.chemicals,NR no minerals Tablets,no are phenol different de

,, picked, cabbage clean white painted sur- his defective viewpoint, and his they see.your chairs -act different. Purely vegetablea -
I I { almost as crisp as when it was first facas, dip a cloth in dry oatmealand witness concerning Him will lead beautified with this lovely pineap- combination of 10 vegetable in-

: : picked and green beans fork-tender rub vigorously.To men astray instead of 'aright. Cor- ple crochet basket filled with gredients formulated over 50 years

1 n.a. and well seasoned. clean ,leather furniture, use rect doctrine is vitally important as daisies. ago.Unccated or candy coated,their
warm water and soapsuds.To the foundation of real discipleship.II. action is dependable, thorough, yet
Two rules to remember in Get 25 '
vege- gentle. a Convincer Box.
remove dog hairs from up- Live Right With Others (vv. 18- Daisy medallions- asy to memorize-
1'--i' table preparation are these: First, Caution: Take only as directed.NR .
holstery, rub with a piece of 20)). fill this simple crocheted basket in the
. prepare ''your vegetable just before dampened chamois.. ,The commandments to which lovely pineapple design. 'Pattern.7408 has TONIGHTTOMORROW ALRIGHT'
V ;
ready to cook.' ,Don't let it stand Instructions, stitches.
To clean bathroom walls let Jesus referred those which
in water to have the flavor and were Due to an unusually large demand and ALL-VEGETABLE LAXATIVE
, "':, hot water run in tub long enoughto concerned a man's relationship, to
nutriments leeched out. Second, current war conditions, slightly more time
i : :'- cook only until tender and then steam walls, then 'rub the his fellow man. Is required in filling orders for a few of
walls with cloth until The of Christ cannot effectively -
; ',: serve at once. a they are disciple the most popular pattern numbers. % '0f
clean. Him in this world
j V serve Send your order to:
II j Another complaint that we frequently -
j 1';'.Y hear about vegetables is without a proper attitude toward R-TA 3 Q.ETS-hR

, "V that they lack flavor. That's easily Measure out Vz cup beet liquid. others. He must not sin against Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
them, that is clear; but what is 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, Ill.
remedied. Coax out the natural fla- Mix bacon and flour in
, : more, he must'be known as one who Enclose 16 cents for PatternNo ONE WORD SUGGESTIONFOR
. vor with cooking in salted water, add bacon liquid, vinegar and sea-
J'; then taste before serving and per- sonings. Cook until mixture thick- loves them. ACID INDIGESTION-

})! -: .: haps add a bit more salt, a ,dust- ens, stirring constantly. Add beets Note that this young man could Name ... .,.. .
, ,. ing of pepper and melted butter or and heat thoroughly. honestly say that he had kept these TUitilNf3 =
i bacon' commandments. Few of us could Address :. :
j i : dripping if you like, a smoky
:''!':' .' flavor in your vegetable. Vegetable Pie. make such claim, but he did. And
"":' (Serves 6) Jesus did not question it' or rebuke
: Sometimes
a cream sauce will
1 egg him. He loved him (Mark 10:21): .
,1 r;,:;,' add interest to the vegetable, or perhaps 2l/2 tablespoons flour
1 :.; a cheese sauce will bring out What a fine character this young
1 milk
j ',', its best points. Today's recipes ,will cup man had, what limitless possibilities -
3 cups diced vegetables, cookedcorn for usefulness what promise for GEE-SHE
a.:_ give you the cues to making these .
'- ( celery,. peas, carrots) lacking
the future! But something was -
I' \":' vegetables a star attraction on your 2 hard-cooked eggs something stood in his way. LOOKS 0U ; --k kF1

: menus.Corn t/2 teaspoon onion salt Jesus went directly to the heart of

,: a La King with Bacon. 1 recipe 2-crust pastry his trouble.III. YOUBETyouhowi'whenlbos.
(Serves 4)) I/J milk
2 tablespoons butter l/2 pound cheese Act Right About Money (vv.

' 2 tablespoons flour 21-26)).
1 milk Beat together the egg and flour. Toward persons, his life was
: cup
V ," : 1 canned pimiento, chopped Add gradually the 1 cup of milk. rightly' related, but toward his" pos

.: ,: V 1 teaspoon minced onion Add vegetables, hard-cooked eggs sessions-ah, that was.another mattel' -
and onion salt. _..-
salt He was rich and his money
teaspoon celery
l/2 teaspoon salt Season with salt cs /# stood between him and God, be-
Few and pepper. Place "'-'J---- tween him and a life of service and
: cayenne in lined
pastry -
: spirituality.When .
can whole kernel
corn shell and ....
8 strips bacon cover ,' a man has money, and uses
4 pieces of toast / with pastry. Make --- it for God's glory and the good of

several slits in the top to let steam his fellow man, it is a blessing to -t
l Melt ,butter in saucepan, add flour escape. Bake in a hot oven (425 degrees him and to others. But when money
; and blend well. Add milk
and cook ) 40 minutes or until crust has lays hold of a man, and it has him t:' ""
V I\J\ (' until mixture browned and filling has set. Serve instead of his having it, spiritual disaster k>

YE= thickens, stirring each portion which is made by add- is ahead, and not far away.It .

?:: f .. constantly. Add ing y3 cup milk to cheese which has is proper to be prudent, thrifty,

= pimiento, onion, been melted over boiling water. ,and ambitious, but when the gathering -
w V' G celery salt, salt, Lima Beans with Mustard Sauce. of wealth becomes the upper-
,.. I
cayenne Serve corn. (Serves 6)) most thing, even,these worthy qual- RETUNE

r on toast 2 cups lima beans, canned or cooked ities become the enemies of a man's '
Y with two strips of .
% bacon and gar- 1 teaspoon powdered mustard soul.Note cruel pains shoot through arms, soothes fast with
nish with ,parsley, if desired. 1 teaspoon granulated sugar the astonishment of the disciples neck, back or legs. Do something.Rub .
Savory Beets Yz teaspoon salt (v. 25). They, too, though on SOHETONE Liniment. Get *
(Serves 4 to 6)) 4 tablespoons drippings they had ,little or nothing had been the blessed relief of Soretone's C 0 lD H SAT
2 teaspoons lemon juice smitten with the awe for riches.IV. cold heat action. Quickly Soretone
a 2 cups cooked, cubed beets
Expect the Right Rewardv. acts to:
4 strips finely chopped cooked bacon Drain liquor from beans into ( 29)). II
J. Dilate.urjacecapilla".blood A Tn 0
' 2 four sauce pan. Boil down to %
tablespoons cup. U8 II
Mix together all dry ingredientsand No one has ever lost anything by vessels.
J/i cup vinegar serving the Lord. He gives liberallyand 2. Check muscular
'.,z 1 teaspoon sugar add to liquor. Add butter and cramps. in cases of .
makes a hundredfold return fOI 3. Enhance local circulation.
lemon Simmer
juice. for
three min-
: y Vz teaspoon salt
% teaspoon utes until well blended; add beans every sacrifice we make. Christian 4. Help reduce local swelling. MUSCULAR
pepper .
workers can testify that God has literally
1 tablespoon bacon fat or flour and heat thoroughly. fulfilled this promise to them by the famous McKcs- OR BACKACHE
Asparagus Sandwich. Eon Laboratories, Soretono is a duo'to fatigue or exposureMUSCULAR
But the reward of all
Toast slices of bread unique formula.Soretone contains!
,f';, on both sides waits beyond the end of this earth methyl salicylate, a most effective PAINS
,;, Lynn Chambers' until lightly browned. Place short ly life. Over yonder there awaitsus pain-relieving agent.For fastest action duo to colds !

t;<.-,: Point-Saving Menu asparagus tips on each sandwich, the prospect of eternal fellowshipwith let dry, rub in again. There's y SORE MUSCLES i
about three on each piece of bread, I E
.t-, ---- the Lord we love and serve, only one Soretone-insist on it for
: : Pour over each slice of bread 1 Soretone results. 50?. duo to overwork
Vegetable Pie and with all those who share withus Big, long-
i '" VV V Cheese Sauce tablespoon of cheese which has been the place of being disciples, followers lasting bottle $1. MINOR SPRAINS

,. : ', Lettuce with Thousand? IslandDressing melted Serve at, then once.broil for 2-3, minutes. and servants of Christ. I

.. This life brings many precious 1 : r
Bran Muffins Get your sugar-saving recipes from Miss moments of joy and satisfaction. VVS

Bread Puddingwith Lynn Chambers by writing to her in care There is friendship and comradeshipin s s r skThouch applied cold, rube-
Custard Sauce of Western Newspaper Union 210 South labor. There are a thousand faclout irojredlenu In Sore-
---- tono act like heat to Increaj
Beverage Desplaines Street, Chicago 6,' Ill Please blessings even here, but the greatest :.:== the superficial lupply ot i
i I J Recipe given. send a stamped, self-addressed envelope of all is the prospect of being and McKesson makes it" = ft blood glowing to the on3o area of and warmth indUce,

I IIp for your,reply., forever with the Lord.



he bad forgotten there was'-au b.;-a'l guy'"Whowa! t::willing The .Clewiaton News I until he read4my"' the-counter-and smuggle a couple ')fcocacolas other games were played 'with Sales ..Manager J. A: Vaughn .' _
section of it : his editorial : after looking ,anxiously prizes being given-- the winner of I'. Highlight of the evening was the
column and he ran on
PuDllehed every Friday In Clewiston I page. I haven't had a chanceto in both directions, but he swore by each. serving of a twenty-four Inch ,angel' -
all that was holy that he didn't have food cake,' topped by' smaller cake- .
Florida. by the CLEWISTON' NEWS look over all the other West Mrs. Hare and Mrs. Lee served a (.
tac. Florida papers and it may develop any cigarettes. The Army Air Force coffee and cake,' to the following shaped as' a freight car. Music'was';.
that Editor Devane Williams of the has just about taken the town and guests: Mrs. J. Geiger Mrs. Otis provided during the dinner.

Entered as second class mall matter Bonifay Advertiser, Editor John winter visitors who failed to heed I Shows, Mrs. Curtis Thompson, Mrs. ':II 1 i
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office, in the Marianna Floridan, ODT warnings are wearing out Loren Rosenberg, Mrs. 'Bill Stall- ADULT TRAINING UNION
Act of Winslett of
under the
Cl'ewlston March 3, 1897.Florida Editors James Griffin and H. C. precious shoe leather trying to find I ings: Mrs. Charles Curtner, Mrs. ENJOYS,. OUTDOOR SUPPER

Storm of the DcFuniak Springs a place to.stay1. John Pittman, Mrs. T. C. Musgrave,! '-- -

Breeze. and Herald, 'Editor W. L. Arrived in Punta Gorda just in Mrs. John Hedke, Mrs. Melvin Pape I land The Adult Training Union of the-
CARR SETTLE. Publisher Pickard of the Okaloosa News- time to catch Publisher Jordan be- Mrs. C. L. McLendon. First Baptist Church enjoyed an I

;nb crlptlou note-?i.50 Per Year Journal and Editor C. W. Mapolesof fore he left for his grits and mullet. I outdoor covered dish supper at the'

Advertising: Rates On Application. the Milton Gazette are also. gun- Like all newspapermen he was RICHARD PAPE HAS DINNER | home of Mr. and Mrs Arch Hodges ;c"

,ning for me. swamped with work and screamingfor PARTY ON BIRTHDAY i Monday evening. Each member
help. Had a nice visit with '- I brought a covered dish and the sup-
advancement and welfare I had planned to, take my readers a' per was served on the Hodges' lawn.
Devoted to the from I Representative Leo Wotitzky, the Richard Pape was honored with .
neck jaunt
of Clewlston and Hendry County. on another break I his mother After supper a social hour was enjoyed -
to Miami in this week's column : only guy I know who has more jobs dinner party given by
Tampa but in view of the reaction to than I have. He serves Charlotte :Mis. Melvin Pape, last!' week-end In and games were played.

travel columns, maybeI'd County as its representative, teaches honor of his birthday. Richard's) Those present were the Rev. and

NATIONAL EDITORIAL my better previous find another subject, but school I edits the Punta Gorda Her- guests were Miss Mamie Trice, Missj i Mrs., H. C. Meador and family, Mr.

iSSOCIATJON then the fellows in South Florida are ald, makes out income tax reports Jo Anne Walker,,TVIiss Margie Allen! and Mrs. Earl Peters and Barbara

expecting some attention and whileI for wealthy natives and I think I Sherwood Hall and Horace Brown i Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bembry and

../JIlun&t.- each community a mows lawns between times, anyhowthe Richard and Horace are waiting their,, Wanda, DIr and Mrs. Charles Curt-
cannot promise
"complete illustrated Chamber of I boy is plenty smart and whether I' call from the Navy to enter their+]; ner and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Larry

Commerce booklet," I'll try and sat Floridians know it or not, he is an boot training. Walden, Mr. and Mrs. George Ser-

down a few random impressions for asset with a capital "A" in Talla- son, Mrs. Lillie Paoli, Mrs. W. R.

:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:. what they are worth, provided it is liassee.-Sorry, Carl Hanton and RINKS PREWITT CELEBRATES I Broadrick, Mrs. .H. J. Roath, Mr. and
----- understood that I'm not trying to Fort Myers, will try and get to you IIIRTHDAY AA'ITHPARTY I I Mrs. E. F. Phillippi, Miss Alice Kerr Land -
next week. D.. M. Chastain.
tell the WHOLE STORY.I
Too Late To Classify don't know how long it has been "Binks" Prewitt, young daughterfo I ----- -- -" -

since you have traveled Road 5 from ....:.......:..:..:.:..:....:..:..:........:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, cele- Brownie News
By RUSSELL KAYMy Tampa South but I hadn't made' the brated her third birthday last Sat-
the home of her
urday afternoon at
trip since before the war and I was
The meeting called to order
"Rinks'thirty was
.............. .... .. *:.*.. amazed at the development around With parents. In entertaining :
C*O.l : : : : : : :***-;; ? :t*:*** *V?:* J Orutw: guests, Mrs. Prewitt carried by the President and the dues were
Ruskin the tremendous acreage n
out circus motif in decorations and collected by the treasurer. Janice
good friend Editor Earl Sell I vegetables, the new packing houses refreshments.a I Magill and, Barbara Twiddy got their
hustle and bustle visible I
ers of the Washington County News, and general .i Our pens for attending four meetings.We .
distance to
the highway all the
I from Boys
Chipley, pounced on me with hob- Bradenton. The Ruskin-Palmetto I VAUGHN AND WHIOHT I' played games ar,-l then the .
at'C.. I
meeting was adjourned. Those .
nail boots in his last issue, not for I area has always been a rich winter ENTERTAIN EMPLOYEESRepresenting \
tending were Linda Lee, Iris Ann
what I did say, but because of a lot I vegetable section but it has developed 4 t in theService Vaughn and Wright Wright, Janice Magill, Joann Pit- '
about Chip- belief in the past two
of things I failed to say beyond
L. zen, Norma Perry, Erna Nelson,
Mr. and B.
Auto Parts Co.,
in I talking with a farmer
County my was
and Washington years.
ley y. Murrah Holton at- Sharon Crochet, Barbara Twiddy,
recent 'column dealing with my and asked him if he had any trouble Thompson and
Claire Jones, George Ann Suggs
West Florida. marketing what he raised. "M.ister tended ,a company dinner last Satur-
swing through ; Mary Himrod: Janet and Patsy Cas-
: day evening, at the George Washington -
i he said, "I could sell weeds, Ql
Reading that particular column Palm Beach. per, Joyce Bartz, Mr. Ed Ward,
'Hotel West
I! I
'em. '
to harvest
if I could get help
over, I can appreciate how Earl felt August Sholtz" and "Hap" Jones Mrs. Bill Burkhardt, and two new .
can't that I blame him, Stopped to see Editor Russell at I
and I say I .... ..................... ... representing the sales forces and en- girls, Lois and Hazel Johnson.
for it's a fact I didn't give his sec- the Palmetto News but he was out r :****!****!********!**!**.**: : : : ; : : ; : : : : :*% gineering departments of the Walker Joyce Bartz, Scribe. -

tion much more than what the clip- telling folks how sorry he was he Ensign Richard B. Owen, who has Manufacturing Company, Racine, ,. .Ie
ping bureaus term "mere mention, I couldn't take any more advertising. been stationed at Cambridge, Mass., Wisconsin, whose products are car- -- .

but it certainly wasn't intentional.You : I I The same thing was true at Braden- for the past several months spending ried by Vaughn and Wright, were

see there is a whale of a lot r.f I I ton, where they told me that Edi- a week's leave with his parents, the speakers of the evening. The SEE 3700 AMERICAN

territory between Tallahassee and tor Bob Bentley of the Bradenton Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, befor'eleaving forty present heard very interesting PRISONERS
Pensacola, with a score of lively Herald was taking the afternoon off Cali-
Tuesday by plane, for speeches by these gentle- Emaciated from three years of
progressive communities, any one of because he had a cold.-Some day fornia where he has been transfer-
which would provide ample materialfor I'm gonna quit working for a living red. men dealhig''with' the twenty yelrI starvation at the Jap Prison in

a lengthy feature article if a and get me a good job publishing <* t I history and improvements made by Manila Receive Mail from Home
this especially on their
fellow had time to gather it and 1 newspaper. At Sarasota, Editor company
Through Red CrossAt
I Sgt. H. A. (Hooky) Avant is home Walker Silencer, i. e., muffler.
space to publish it, but I coveredthe George Lindsay was seated with' his
for a brief furlough also from Representing the entire Vaughnand
territory in that column like !t' hind legs on the desk looking overan Dixie Crjstnl Theatre
Camp Maxcy, Texas, and this time Wright organization were LewisC.
was ,covered on' my trip, FAST. editorial of the HeraldTribunethat when he leaves he feels that after oolong ..Vaughn owner, and J. A. Vaughn Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
all 'I to Earl is had just come off the press.
About can say :
He will March 15 16 and 17 .(
he's headed overseas. sales manager. The branch offices .
what MacArthur said when he left There ought to be a law against any-
report on the 13th to Fort George were represented by store managers, .
the;,.Philippines, ,':'T11 .be back." body crashing a "Sanctum Sanc- Let's Do More Than. In '44 .r
Meade Md.
assistant store and key
j I sure will, Earl; and while I realize torium" when a guy is all settled .
members of the various office forces,
now that it would be impossible to back comfortable like that, but }!
Mrs. Leslie C. Millei, while visit'rriends -
do Chipley or any other community George greeted me cordially and if
ing here this week said that I
justice in a single column, I'll see I I attempted to recount in this column -
her husband, MM 1-c Miller of the I
to it we at least go beyond the! all the things he ,told me about
I U. S. Navy, a former employee of
"mere mention" stage. And''tl12t Sarasota and the surrounding coun-
j the U. S. Engineers here, has beenin
goes, too, for all the other towns try I wouldn't have to write another LeaderService
The Service
the Navy now for three years and Let
out there that may have gained the column for a year. However, the
is now in' the Southwest Pacific. Mr.
impression that I deliberately slighted town is jammed and running over
and Mrs. Miller own their home"here
them.-Anyhow, even my feeble with people. Business is rushingand
and she he's anxious to get 6'A'2.n.
remarks about the area did some from what I could gather' new- says Your Car
back to Clewiston.
good for Editor 'Carl Hanton of the comers are building tree houses. a .

Fort Myers News-Press told _me that Stopping at Venice, we found a 1
I In a letter to his sister, Mrs. For i ., Mf"' '

Durrence recently, T-Sgt. _Munsellei 20,000 MILES TO YOUR NEXT CAR

Stone sends us a message: that he's

travelling all over France and Bel-

If You WishGUARANTEED gium and probably, by 'this time, a Let Our Service Department Give Your.

portion of is sta-
Germany. Muny Present One A
r. tioned in Paris-has been there five

> months. He drives a weapon car-I COMPLETE OVERHAULAsk

rier and stays in one place .

couple of days at a time. He has

*Automotive Repair Service been all over the Brittany and About. Our GMAC Budget Plan .

," Normandy peninsulas.
: ; Parts"I
:(Machine Work ." 7 ""> Genuine Chevrolet .
::, :.;\ And Cpl. Clayton Waters in a ,letter .I.

*Paintingand Body Repair Service.:i':% written said that in January five copies from of Belgium the- CHRISTIAN I.CHEVROLET

/','..,;:; Clewiston News finally! caught up .

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AAA Representatives

HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS The Annie Armstrong Circle of

I the first Baptist Church met at the
";i t ril' home of Mrs. Leon Bembry Tuesday
F Sales and Service
afternoon of last week for their 4

.' PHONE 93 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA regular monthly business meeeting --'-
and program., Mrs. Fred Sikes had

charge of the program and gave the CLEWISTON\i\: INNFOR'

devotional. Mrs. Hodges led in


Three very interesting talks were
1 IF given. "Your Centennial Dolar" .. : : !I
by Mrs. Sikes, "In Royal Service"by ,.

Mrs. Hodges, and "Spiritual Destitution -

FINEST FOODTry Challenged Early: Missions"by AN 'ATMOSPHEREof

Mrs. Dunaway. Mrs. Fred Topper ,

closed the program with a prayer. ,

A Complete Dinner At An enjoyable social hour was then

enjoyed, and the hostess served de-
licious refreshments of toasted .. .

cheese sandwiches, cake and iced
Those present wereMesdames I I' Dine AtCLEWISTON :

Ben Bolton, Arch Hodges,, Fred

.' ''Sikes. Fred Topper, Fred Dunaway, INN .

$1.25 and Up R. L. Marshal, W. R. Broaderick and

Earl Peters. Dinners $1.50
Regular -
SERVICE FROM 6 TO 9 O'CLOCK SHORT ORDERS This circle extends a friendly invitation .
0 TILL 11:30 to all the people of Clewis- 12:30 to 2:00 P. M.

ton to'any of the church services.

6:30 to 8:00 P M.

MOST A complete Buffet Supper' ........................................................ $1.50'pAGE
ON OUR MENU Mrs. Kenneth -Swayne was honored -

Tuesday evening with a stork

I shower given by Mrs. P. M. Hare,


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;,\\1;. ,'fl.1': folks back home when sudden illness, death or' trouble, :,,:;; : ,

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Hendry County Motors Bishop-Wilson Lumber CoParkinson's

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.AAA Farm Program farm plan for this. year. This 'information -'Earl R.' Murray, vice-chairman if ducted by the Mothers' Club at the .Worship Servlce-3:45 p.. m.

is required by the state the county AAA committee. Community Center. Rev. Lewis Minter, Pastor.ST. .
Plans'Onder Way "Servants of God" is the. theme i
department of agriculture and must
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of the minister's: sermon.
I be submitted soon. II. C. Meador, Pastor You are cordially invited to wor- I MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL
1 Farmers of Hendry County who Regarding the working out of the ship with us.METHODIST. CHURCH

:wish to .comply with the Agricultural 1945 farm program, a district conference Sunday School-9:45 a. m. f'
Administration Services every unaayat: 8:30 PS
Adjustment Morning Worship 11:00 SERVICES I
a. m.
'regulations for the year 1945 are'tequested was held last Thursday atl I II Training. Union-6:15 p. m. a. m., at Clewiston Community,

to 'contact County Agent I the courthouse in West Palm Beach. Evening Worship:30 p. m. I, Church. .
la5-.. 'Johnson :as soon as possible. Those from Hendry County attending I Prayer Service Wed.-8:00 p. n. The Clewiston Methodists are THE" REV S. D. MASON,
"1TheM f* th:'Mr. Johnson and sign their Mrs. Vera McCall, chief clerk, and I ? Are you lonesome for a the Public Library-at 2 p, m. .

,- friendly response? Are you homesick We are helping people to prepare ST. MARGARErg CHURCH
'i. .. .. ... ,,,,,, .'.... .- J for eternity, and to be ready when
:(..:--:. --: )-): ):- : x x X"X x'x<'X-X7X"XK"X X"X''X for the home surroundings?
: I' Then come to our church this next God must call. He will desire all Fr. Peter J. R illy, Pastor,
; 'Sunday and let our people get people to come unto Him, and to Mass: Clewiston 9:00 a. m. r 1

""' ., Assembly of God I thoroughly acquainted with you. Let know that you have Heaven as your Pahokee 11:00 a. m. .
home after death.
i.I f'- ::%::i them' give you a hearty handshakejust Church School-3:00 p. m.
like used to have back
;,i'tWt t. SOUTH OXEWISTOX ;( you t
: if home. Join in our program of wor-
: f.l : \\i:I'i .*I ship and help to quiet those anxious GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO.

:J "" '.l'.l'W, : : :; Sunday.;School ................-........._-. 10:00 A..', M. :$I longings. Our church stands ready i : '. ,. .. .-.--
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< Agent
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.3: ::,: :.'.. .... "<'"a' Morning; Worship" ..__...:_.......1_ ......._ 11:00 A.. M. . 1: ".' Y 'moment and let our people have'I
.o : i Evangelistic Service ."....__......__..... ,:'rt" P. *r. ;y t;I time to greet' you. You are thrice I .- Florida
I welcome. I
'' :; Weekly Services, Tuesday ....... .?._ 8:00 P. M. ? I
;5. Y J Sunday afternoon at 3:00 p. m.,

Young People's Service Friday _....... 8:00 P. M. :Yr:'.I there will be a memorial service at

'f K19Y. H. 1(. :_: the Community Church in memory \ TAYLORSBROMO L.
Yi of Charles Slonaker, who recentlygave I I

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..-'. -- Business and program meeting of 1 I Headaches' Neuralgia
the W. M. S. will begin at 3:30 p.
!. I m.. at the church. All the women' Common ColdsJohnson's
(r % j of the church are cordially invited.
The auxiliaries of the W. M. S
meet as follows: Sunbeams at the I I
church at 3:30 p. m., G. A.'s at the
church, 3:45 p. m., this next Wed- pvrhalnsu7td dnfdvploJ i Fish Camp I II
t nesday. I (Near Hurricane Gate) t ..{..
Again let us remind you of the I Clewiston, Fla.
great blessings you miss by being when Boats and Motors-Guide Service '
I your
I absent from the mid-week prayer I Rates Reasonable I
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a. .f ar.SI i service on Wednesday of each week. savings work here..helping I H. Johnson, Mgr.
I Circle in red this date on your cal-
I endar and be with us this next week. local, responsible, families 'I''I'W.

L Remember the time, 8:00 p. m. homes. Ask I . .................NN.. ......................................................,.
Choir practice begins at 8:00 ;). own their own :
I IN m. Thursday evening. All singers for information. I I
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SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 1945
Our Invitation II G. M. FORD
Savings and LoanAssociation I
This church has no other creed II I
but the Bible, no other law but love,J Civil Engineer and Surveyor
C. and no other master but Christ. The I' Specializing In Everglades
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->t ., only terms of membership are the SurveysClewiston
conditions of salvation-a profession -'I I
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of fiath in Christ and obedience -
neighborly S Standard Oil Man I to Him. To every believer in Christ I !

himself service beyond the ,contiact.j we ,extend the'invitation to join in r II I,
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j ::Many: a 'Southern farmer has learned this to his advantage the church.. worship' and fellowship. of our I IAN: N..N.ItiM: .N.NIN, .N,.N.M N N.N N N.N N N N N N.N.N.N.N N N N N N,.N N N N IANM N NN.N.,N.NNN N NN NN. ,1 -"

in ,the more than sixty years Standard Oil men have served I Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. I -

the farm. E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor
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all ages.Morriing BeardsleyREAL
from than 500 bulk de-
With tank-trucks operating more
Worship, 11:00 a. m. A
: livery points, there's a Standard Oil Man serving your com- nursery for small children is con-

munity. Take advantage of the dependable petroleum,prodo ESTATE BROKER

I 'ucts he sells, and the friendly, experienced advice he offers ,
-on the maintenance of your machinery.Your I PROPERTY MANAGEMENT


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Standard Oil man will be glad to give ,

you a FREE copy of this 64-page Manualon Remember you don't, give to Rd I
Wartime Machinery Maintenance will I! '
f help you keep your machinery in fighting trim. Cross-you give thru Red Cross
At Dixie Crystal, Theatre I II l Il

Thursday, Friday1 and Saturday, '-
STANDARD OIL COMPANY March 15, 16 and 17 Phone I 66 Hopkins Bldg.

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1 Everyone 'in 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 .-

ii Get Into The Battle By Joining The Forces .

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and Melvin Keen attended a district I I Deane Duff each von a table prize, : 'M dium.

J Masonic School of Instruction m colorful hot plate tiles. '
: Arcadia :Monday evening: I Others .enjoying Mrs.: Koch's l hospitality 'size girls bicycle, good[

SOCIETY j 'I were Mrs. E. M. Blake, MrsJ. .- balloon tires all i in .- fair'
Paul Slonaker, stationed in Mimi -i
..4 I :* t.(1 W. Francis, Mrs. H. A. Bestor,. '
with the Navy, was the week- Mrs. M. j condition. See Bill Moore
( ,', M. Piewitt, Mrs. N. V. S.I j :
t end guest of his parents, Mr. and Mumford and Mrs. Foster Cramp-:
Mrs. S. P. Slonaker. (
t. . _' _ _ _ ton. I at Telephone Office.
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t, : : M. and I J. E. Beardsley attended the ......
: .. Hayden Williams of Sebring is a Air and Mis. E. Cornette '|MRS.. LARSEN ENTERTAINS
: \'J.' business visitor here for a few days, I daughters, Edythe Nell and Sue, and1 I I Everglades Drainage District com- BRIDGE CLUB .WEDNESDAY: j i FOR
issioners in House
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leonard: spentj', 'm meeting West Palm
1! Beach ,
,; t.-. ". : )Mrs and Mrs., E.. M. Dull were' Sunday .in Bartow. on Tuesday.I' ._ : I Mrs Otto Larsen entertained her Trailer with 8 ft. by 1 10

:. :..': ,.week-end.. visitors, in St. ,Cloud.' ., bridge club Wednesday afternoon
: Mis. Frank Vcltri i spent Wednesday ,I Mis Mary Hayes Davis of ;Foil
with Mrs C. J. Nielsen and Mrs. H. ft. porch. Furnished
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Mr. :a'ndIrs.:: J. M. Stout left on visiting her parents; Mr. and :Myeis Beach was a business visitor A, Bestor high and low --
". Wednesday of last week for Miami Mrs.. M. A. Summers, in Moore Ha- here Tuesday. Mrs. Davis is : the Others scorers.' -
1 playing. were 1\ rs.'F. $225. See manager of
ven. former owner of the Dixie Crystal ,
I Theatre. Deane Duff, MrV.;; C.; Owen, Mrs. i*
Richard Yodel was week-end -- -- N. V. S. Munifo'id. 'Mrs'\ R. C. Wil- Trailer Park.: : .
visitor inVest Palm Beach. I Harry Knight of the U. S., Navy, ----'. ,
son, Mrs. E.
j. Beardsley'and
0'.n. _.. stationed! in Sampson, New York, arrived Mrs. Anne T\ri"> and via"' Mrs Mar. i
I F. E. Conkling. 291623Foe
:. _,* Richardson was a businessvisitor the first part of the week daughter, Carol Keim, of Johns- :

rJ'' in. Palm. Beach on Monday. I a few days visit with Mrs. I fOl'j I town, Pa., who arc ,spending a few ----- -

I -.__no 1 I weeks in Hollywood, were the week-
William B. Handley of Gaines end guests of Mrs. Leah Spicer and
1 j After spending a wecit with B. ..1.I
ville visited friends and transact Miss Marion Leydig. .
Schroeder, Pfc. Ronald Harris re-
business hero several:days this ,\veckMr. I
turned Friday to Camp Howze, '
Texas. :Mrs: Cyrus I und returned 10< hor j THRIFTY t!

- and Mrs. Jerry Greenberger I home, E:' el Pennsylvania, after ai -
visitors in Belle Glade last Sat
were =
visit of several _
f3 John A. Friday weeks with her

.urdayci enag. I lof last week Stonejjretmned affelf? visiting Mrs daughter, Mrs. Charles B. Owens, i ...

j Stone' -in Minneapolis, ':Minn., for a and Mr. Owens. Mrs. Lund was ac- 1106 SiLICTIONS ART STYI.Q .. PINE
Sgt. A. L. Moorman of A yonPark pUALtTJti.. qI
I short while. companied as far as West Palm ) l l'IUIRS
here few last'Week
visited days
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? Beach by Mrs. Ruth,. B. Owens and
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I Captain .Gene Goodbread spent I 1 1 I I '

4 R , Mr.. and Mrs. Clyde Egley and Tuesday here visiting friends. Cap- : I
; children visited in West! Palm Beach PFLCHEU HONORED
tain Goodbread is now at the Redistribution I'
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Center at Miami Beach. I
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..." .- Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mrs Rev. Chas. R Allen of Pinellas I U. T. Koch honored her mother '

t ;:: I.'S. Bell, Jr., were visitors in Mi Park is spending today as the 'guest I Mrs. A./'C. Pilcher, of Atlanta

:,,'' ami on Thursday. of Rev. and Mrs. David. C. Hancockand with tables of pivot contract bridgeat
family. her home recently. Mrs. Pilcher E ORT MYERS FLORID

Mrs. C. H. Berner and children, was honored with a guest prize and I T

n; ; and Mrs. George McDuffie were l Gene and Bernie Thompson, sons

visitors in Miami Tuesday. of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Thompson, -

were the week-end guests of Mr. and
ew,' F-rank Cox is visiting his mother ,iMrs. C. N. Thaggard in Fort Dryers,
'j in Marianna awaiting his call into I _

service. Mr.: and Mrs. G. V Cook and .

.. --- I daughter, Jackie, left for Jackson- S -'
!4 Gunnar Brink, of Long Island, ville on Thursday of last week, .' ; ANTHONY'S, MEN'S SHOP
New York, was the week-end guestof where Mr. Cook will be based with

Mr. and :Mrs. M. H. Bennett.Mr. I National Air Lines. ',' ,. ., :;For clothes you enjoy wearing I

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and Mrs.! Robert Ohlinger and I Mrs. M. I. Keen of Pahokee and ,'"',: ..Ii", ,..:' '.,",....,...,... (

;, I son, of Miami, were the week-end Paul Slonaker, AMM 2-c, who is I -t t tS.
based in Miami, spent last Saturdaywith ;' R '.: I.
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+ I their sister, Mrs. M. A. Thomas \\j N :: 'r.r '. f.
and Mr. Thomas.
Miss Dorothy--Knight is leavingtoday I y ? .5,:' 211d j jI 1I

:;,, for Jacksonville where she Mrs. E. L. Alston and Mrs. E. I

will make her home with her mo Kimbr ugh left Friday for Rich- i im

ther, Mrs. E.. S. Knight. f land Georgia, after two weeks with ; \ if
!; .. ;.-:.....- their sons and brothers, D. G. and S : $ .1$ \ f

} Roy Alston.. I
Quin Ryan of Chicago and former -

manager of radio station WGN, I

: bas:.anjyed! .to? .spend.a.fewQ.-vveej!5 .-.a t'the I I Miss Florence Graham, accomjpanied'by ? '
) lie f"s sferlf1's.Villia'm
Clewis ton Inn. -' .
S !'Johnson of Pahokee, left Sunday ,to
spend several days visiting their
;' Miss Jerry Graham of Harrisburg,
I parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. J. J. Graham \
<: : Fa.'i ted friends here this week:
; lof Jacksonville. I
Miss Graham arrived and l
J Monday I
left Wednesday.
j Mrs. L. C. Miller of JacksonvilleI

a visitor here on Monday visiting -
;. Mr. and Mrs. M, A. Thomas and I I friends Mrs. Miller!
is a former I
Eric and Daidisitcd Miami '"
S J in the resident
of Clewiston and has
Y, first,of ,the week. David, who is 'r been residing in Jacksonville since !

c S 2-c in the Navy, was home orf' r Mr. Miller's entrance- into the Navy.
leave last week after completing his -. I

i ., boot training at Bai1 Jridge. Mary Cpl. H. A. Avant will leave Sat- \ !
land. He returned to .
; Bainbridge I urday for Fort George Meade, :. -- ;--('.;.. ; I
from Miami. Maryland, after a visit of several .: '. -,

days with his mothe'% Mrs. H. C. JI I J

Avant. He has been previously for work! ,
stationed at Camp Ma\cy, Texas. I .

.i-.ir 1 Mr. and Mis. Robeit Rainey had I ::1' -:': ( : : ." for sports!

as their guests the latter part r.f :;, .:. .
last week. Mis. !: ; ;
I R. B Rainey, Mrs. i' '
for comfort!
Mrs. Perry Rainey and children of '.' \..... .

DAII/l: MATINEE-:l:4.1 I'. J[. Sarasota and Ensign Perry Rainey,
,i' NIGHT.1: 1". :M.: I
.r I who i is_ stationed with the Navy in
SAT. & SUN. CONTINUOUSWEEK K. ba t fma A dd @ (4 a )
;- '3 5 7 0- !> I*. )[. the Panama Canal Zone, } ? }:;j:.' ;: ;]:< t : -, :.: :

",, BEGINNING MAU. 11 I M Mu' IW .' ." I
Ensign Richard B. '.
Owen "
) .' who ., .;;:,
1X& I' g rrae
Ptry A'A8'm i '
: ,- s : I has been stationed at Cambridge, t \ _. ''I
;" SUN. & MON., MARCH 11 '& 12 .r sz t ; '
:Mass, will leave Tuesday morningby ,
"JAMBOREE" I plane from West Palm Beach, for 4 J !:,;':
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.... I Alameda, California. Ensign Owenis F6d*t< {"9//A sleeved( :,'.
';: ,' I JlHsic-al :Merrj: makei-s visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Long or short :

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: fUE 3. & WED, MAKC'l IS & 14 Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Richardson

DOUBLE FEATURE) returned to Dubuque, Iowa, Monday aro Sport Shrtsti

"Crime By Night"Jaxif after a six weeks' visit with the A. 1 __ 44-$

.. D. Richardsons. Mi and Mrs.
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,;'.:.i S '"Hi] Beautiful" Captain Richardson J. G.were Richardson accompanied, who ,had by 4 We won't say we have the largest number of, '.:- ;

Xca IJc-ry: Walter Oat let t been spending a portion of his leave r
,:;:. I, from 9th Air Force Combat duty r sport shirts in the south nor that we have

::.. I with his family here. the greatest'variety.. But when it comes to
f" tlMOTlON CROSS AOM 1-c Elbert Hooker, after ; \ ; \' : style and quality that's where wire tops.
{ .. I spending a leave here, left Monday
MARCH wool Celanese Celanese-
< WEEK I \ Choice of pure or
' r s 15.21 for Miami where he visited his sister r \ ;
Mrs. Lou Place, and Mr. Place, 1 \ t \ and-wool! blend fabric in solid colors, plaids
, THURS. & FRF., MA1{. 15 & 16 I for a few days. Mr. Hooker reported and checks.
for duty in
,: '. Jacksonville on Thursday -
"'it where he will receive additional
:1 training.

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:, Of interest '
to their i many friends t \ ]I to :I
: here is the fact that Mr. and Mrs. ., )'
16E .Willard F. King and fi
R09Ea1.P Captain and
p; ? TiM1I4FF Mrs. T. L. Teate announced :\ : \\\ \
,:. PAY (OLIINS AHDJfWTOtllK( I j the birth of sons. Both couples areI
I former residents of Clewiston. Mr.
'-' King and Captain Teate having been ; -
:,' SATURDAY, MARCH -17 instructors at Riddle Field.

: "Sing Neighbor Sing p Mr. and Mrs. R. A.' Sliger arrived ,

'. ROY ArUFF I the latter part of last week ) from &

" '7 RHYTHM ROMEOS OF RADIO Richmond Indiana, and both have 312 Clematis' St. W. Palm Beach
-..,. ;'t Al'-o Cartoon accepted positions with United States ;
Sugar' Corporation. Mr. Sliger recently
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.. received a medical discharge \
; :.,: _.t:: ,-&.:,:... :;':_ '':.' from the Army.

Fighter Knew Male THE CftEiItFUL CHERUBdespair

Animal Would Assert'Self -

A young mother was having I .s nk done ire bkck J.- ,

.. great difficulty with her three- 1 .. ,r.
year-old son, who had locked him- = -= cFORcE r woRTS \Jheh 10 -I found '

self in the bathroom and either _.. / WN.V.RELEASE
could not or would not unlock the CHAPTER XIX entrusted to the mercy of an innocent dren the way he does and trying to poem .
door. In desperation, she called young girl." run their lives." To .sorro1he.t': \ I h ctrO

the fire department. She staggered out of the door "I will try," Zorie said, "to blush "But it's good for them!" the ad-! time.-

After a brief wait, a burly fire which the three struggling men had with maidenly modest shame for miral cried. "It keeps them on I had to make the -
captain ran up the steps. She explained crashed open. She crossed a little asking the question. There's another their toes!" (
her predicament, but in- porch and walked down a step into thing that's puzzled me. I'm "One moment, Admiral," Steve 'fool tknvj.Ykyrrse .

stead of going back for a ladder, the yard. She stopped beside a granting, of course, that you are said firmly. "Court is now in session ,.
he asked her the sex of the child. stunted tree. bright." and you are out of order." (\ 'tA" E'

When she told him, he went to'the Pierre was standing less than a "Next to being a genius," Steve The.admiral's white hair stirred in

door and said in his most authoritative yard away from the two fightingmen. said, "comes the ability to recognizeit. the soft sea breeze. His chinablueeyes

voice, "You come out, little The revolver was raised. He ." were glowing with determination. -
girl!" Aroused at being called a was waiting his chance to shoot "The historic night I met you in His jaw was more prominentthan

little girl, the boy unlocked the Steve without hitting Winthrop Lan- the rain by the trash basket, you usual.

door and marched out to confrontthe ning. thought for a moment that I, was "Now, look here, my dearhe WNU Features.
fireman. Zorie remembered her father's Anna Boland." began with his amazing vigor.

saying, "Hold your breath when you "Well?" said Steve. "It's no use, Admiral Zorie said.

pull the trigger." She drew a deep "Later, when the admiral decidedto "If you really want, my opinion-,
breath. take me along, you must have Steve is right." CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

SNAPPY FACTS She aimed the pistol at Pierre's realized that my presence might "But Paul needs a lesson!" the

head. She held the trigger back. jeopardize your plans." admiral shrilled. "He needs the

ABOUT The explosions almost kicked the "I gave it some thought," Steve healthy, wholesome kind of outdoor

RUBBERDuring pistol out of her hand But she admitted. "While I was waiting out- work he'll get on a plantation. Fur
did not once blink. Pierre spun side 'your Aunt Hannah's, I tried to thermore-" AGENTS WANTED V

about. The revolver dropped from look at it as my war-muddled friends "Admiral," Zorie stopped him, 6"LADY

his hand. He pitched forward into would look at it. I reasoned that "you don't understand Paul. He be- rural and WANTED city to In every sell line community of household,both
the mud. they knew Anna Boland had been longs where books are. Let him go necessities to her neighbors. Our line Includes ,

One of Steve's muddy fists struckMr. shot in Berlin, that it would be very back to Elleryton." laundry such soap.scarce Liberal items commission.as cheese General and

least the first three Lanning in the mouth. She saw easy to check up on you, and that "And lose you?" the admiral Products Company (U-3). Albany. Georgia.

at the end of Mr. Lanning sag to his knees with they would realize that, if I were ''yelped.
years following believe that his hands covering his mouth. double-crossing them, I wouldn't be "But I'm staying here to help you PLANTS
the war exports Zorie. The dumb enough to associate openly with book."
All of the strength left your
70 million tires will be need GRAPE PLANTS. Highest quality. Genu-
ed annually in the U. S. alone. ,pistol slipped out of her hand ,and with Anna Boland '. Will you "But you're marrying Paul!" ine Florida Bencon. Plant now. Full plantIng -
growing information furnished. Florida
The peak 1941, saw a she sat down in the mud. please tell me why you brought Zorie looked quickly from his s original and largest exclusive grapenursery.
production year of 62 million tiresin ,Then Steve's strange, rumbling along that thesis on the re-tooling of seamed red face to Steve's big brownone. Hopson's Vineyard, Lutz Fla.,

this country. voice said, "Baby, we did itl"! the Waffenfabrik, Krupp plant? I She sat forward in her chair.
honestly think it that harmless "Hasn't Paul told ? We agreedthe COPENHAGEN Cabbage Plants $2 per r,
Steve sat her down ,in a chair on was you 1,000; all other varieties 75c per 1.000. -
Greater use of mechanical farm piece of literature that tipped the other night we are completely Onion plants $1 per 1,000 f. o. b. Lenox.
him attending
the little porch. She saw
.Implements In post-war years I Is: to Mr. Lanning. Steve had scales." wrong for each other. Our engagement
expected to make agriculture one He "Your grandfather," Zorie an- is broken. In fact, Paul brokeit
of the largest consumers of rubber. found some pieces of rope. swered WANTED TO BUY
"was standing over me himself.
tied Mr. Lanning's together,
the Far East war, the while I' packed. We were trying to "This," Steve said lazily, "is very
Despite then he tied his ankles together, justas : FANCY DRESS BUTTONS. Glass metal
Foreign Economic Administration Mr. Lanning had tied,hers, in the catch a plane. Remember? I interesting. I don't know when I've cameo, composition enamel faces etc.
State price wanted or will make offer
expects that 73,100 tons garage at Uluwehi.She grabbed everything in sight. ,I hap- heard anything so interesting. upon inspection. GEORGE S. BAKER &
of natural rubber will be heard other voices, and pened to grab that." "Our ten minutes are up," said CO.. 840 Cherry St. NW. Altanta Gevrgla.

shipped to the U. S. from she them- "But why had you saved it?" the admiral. '
thought was imagining
Ceylon and India during 1944.Weren't the sharp, thin voice of the admiral, "You wouldn't understand," Zorie "Admiral," said Steve, "will you tasse Small),Colorful antique Cups gold and plated Saucers Jewelry(demi-and
voice of Paul. It answered. "Only a girl who has kindly tell that nurse that I've got solid silver knives forks and spoons.
and the ,excited GEORGE S. BAKER & COMPANY.
was, Zorie decided, a moment be- copied dozens of theses and knows to have five minutes alone with her 840 Cherry Street, NW Atlanta Georgia. +>

fore she slid out of the chair unconscious how badly most,engineers spell and patient?" I'

very ironical. She had punctuate would understand "She won't like it," said the ad .

tried so desperately to detain Mr. There is another question.Steve .. miral. High-Priced TimberA
Stromberg until Paul and the ad- Pierre-' "She will love it," Zone assured

miral arrived. And here they were! "I am so sorry," Steve gravely him.The South African wood, known
stopped her, "to have to tell you admiral trotted out. Steve "
curiously as "stinkwood, highly
that be died of lead poisoning." chair the lanai so
pulled a across
The days were difficult, especiallythe prized because it permits a beau-
During these white nights that it close to Zorie's and facing -
ti long was
first ones, but it was the nights tiful walnut-like finish to furnitureand
she had wondered often if Pierre her. He sat down bent for
dreaded. so ,
really Every
jh that other articles made of it, is
e with her bedside lampon had died. Now that she knew, she ward, and looked at her. His blue
night, even the highest priced timber in the
all the things she wanted for- could face, it as a moral issue. She, eyes were very serious. world. To preserve the trees the
Zorie Corey had deliberately shot Zorie's heart was beating rapidly.She .
back and ,
get kept coming living government has closed the forest
and killed a man! But now that she Was reasonably certain that, ina
themselves all that
over again so where
they for 200
grow years.
in spite of sleeping ,capsules, she knew, she experienced no sense of very short time, she would be in ):

could not. sleep. guilt. The fact was chilling, but it this man's arms.. Something in his .

A morning came when Zone felt left her with no regrets. manner made it seem imminent.She .
amazingly better. "If you don't mind," Steve was recalled a night on the Pacific How To RelieveBronchitis

"Can I see some people?" Zorie saying, "there are some things my when she had stood beside Steve at

Those Beans asked. "I would love to see some grandfather wants to consult you the rail and watched the moon come
people." about." up. Amber had crossed the deck :
'"The Book?" Zorie asked. and said in her assured
Wonderful? "What people would you love to way,
Bee?" her nurse asked."I "No. The admiral has somehow "Steve! When are you going to ask >
acquired the notion-perhaps from me for a dance?" Creomulslon relieves promptly because -
would love to Lieutenant
Remember how proud of see
you were
the beans last Duncan." the recent front page 'headlines in At that time, as Zorie recalled it, It goes right to the seat of the i
you grew year-so trouble to help loosen and expel
plentiful, so tasty, so full of nutri- Steve came out onto the lanaibuthe which you have figured so prettily- she had reflected with bitterness that germ laden phlegm, and aid nature t
tion and goodness? Of course they was not alone. The admiral trot- that you are an unusually clear- she wouldn't have the courage to aska to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed ,
were wonderful! There's nothing ted along beside him. minded, judicious young woman. He man to dance with her if she livedto bronchial mucous mem- !

finer than fresh vegetables grown Steve white slacks and fad- is, for example, determined to keep be a hundred. branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
wore a
bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding
from Ferry's Seeds in your own brother in the doghouse for certain "Steve she said "I love I
garden. ed blue cotton polo shirt against my you. you must like the way It I
which his muscular darkness was careless things he said on the wonder if you love me." quickly allays the cough or you are j
Ferry's Seeds are readily availableat striking. He bore surprisingly few historic night of the, dinner party." "Zorie," Steve answered, bending to have your money back.CREOMULSION. i

start your right favorite again dealer this year.to help Havea you evidences of that battle to the death "Where he belongs' !" the admiral closer, "I have been in love with you I

better garden with Ferry's Seeds.FERRYMORSE -almost to the death-in the mudat said belligerently. from the night I met you in the for Coughs Chest Colds BronchitisWORLDS
Kokee. There was a small swelling "Well," said Steve, "I argue that rain." t

SEED CO., above his right eye, a healing the admiral was throwing his weight Zorie got up. "Steve," she said,
Detroll31 Son,! Francisco 24 scratch on his chin. around too freely when he (dragged "if there is anything I can say or do

in SKI eooo .urH "OOIlCi PLil..ATfI' His blue eyes were sparkling. He Paul out here. I also argue that the I to encourage you, don't hesitate to St.Josep

carried a ginger flower lei in one admiral is making a pest of himselfin 'ask for my co-operation." 1

; hand. He bent over and looped it popping in on all, his grandchil [THE END] ASPIRIN ,
about her neck. ,

,-i,: .". SEEDS "With the compliments," he said tWOMEN'Y

in his deep, lazy voice, "of the :

Democratic Administration, the OS

cheering populace, and the entire YOUR
Z/IuJSu/ItA? United States Navy-with especial !.
gratitude from my chief in Hono- Do You Hate HOT FLASHES?
rot MilO urn IID run ir '
lulu." : If you suffer from hot flashes, feel
RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO weak nervous a bit blue at times-
The admiral said excitedly, "But -r all due to the functional "middle-
+ how are you, my dear?" age" period peculiar to women-try ,
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com i
"Practically recovered thank
pound to relieve such symptoms. '
you. Taken regularly-Plnkham's Compound -
"We've been very anxious about O helps build up resistance V
t against such annoying symptoms. I
you-and very anxious to see you." ) r rlf/yo Plnkham's Compound Is made I
especially for women-It helps mature 1
"The nurse, Steve reminded him; '
and that's the kind of medicine i
s "said ten minutes, and not to excite to buy I Follow label directions S I

Large: BottleU.BU tuim)'122-Small Size 60c her." LYDIA L. rmnnt M'S VEGETABLE '
*CmiOl:'m aIL IS >BIIECTED> "But ten minute: won't begin to / 1
IT III tOOO DBUC SIOJES ir It Mil n receipt it price "
be long enough! Zorie
HelEIL Dill CO.,lie. JlCISOnlLLE 4. FIOIIOAAT protested.
"There are so many things I wantto I 1 WNU-7 8-45 'I
know! Where are Mr. Strombergand
Mr. Lanning?"
- "In Honolulu-in custody," Steve / 3
iiONOFA. ti 'II
answered. "I saw them a coupleof -V V
0'D P i ;
days ago. They are still a little

bitter at the way you outsmartedthem

USE666 on one point after another all For You To Feel Well
night long and held them until the
\\ 24 hours every day 7 days every
U. S. Navy arrived. But they believe' week never stopping, the kidneys filter i
Cold Preparations directed waste matter from the blood. I
putting credit where it be- '
7th If more people were aware of how the
longs. They admire you tremen- a kidneys mast constantly remove surplus i
fluid, excess acids and other waste 'I
dously. They spoke of you so flat- matter that cannot stay in the blood
teringly that my ears burned for without injury to health'there would
> be better understanding of why the.
1 you. -I hole system is upset when kidneys fail I
"WHat will happen to them?" 4 to function properly.'
d ( Burning scanty or too frequent urination
Steve shrugged. "The is
case out sometimes warns that something
of my hands and I can now returnto Is wrong. You may suffer nagging backache
headaches, dizziness, rheumatia
my job at Pearl Harbor. I do pains getting up at nights, swelling.
not like Naval Intelligence and.I. Why not try Doan's Pills You will

hope,I will, never be assigned to it be country using over.a medicine Doan'( stimulate recommended the tuna the "
again." tion of the kidneys and help them to '
flush out poisonous waste from the
"There, is one thing I am very blood. They contain nothing harmfuL'
9- curious to know," Zorie said. "Does SELECTED Get Doan's today. Use with confidence.At .
.. all drug storcs.Fire .
----. :- this magical radio device that all ,

Preserve Our this excitement was about-this JY- FICTION BY
Liberty i 419-really exist?"

Buy U. S.,War Bonds. "That," Steve gently answered, "I GIFTED AUTHORS l 'l

I consider a military secret not to be ,1

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II ,

-Spring Fashions Put Emphasis "

j Gems 'of Thought

f"F ALL the means to insure On Soft Styling and Gay Color
,/1 happiness throughout the

:., '!,' whole of. life, by far the most
," important is the acquisition of Washing neckwear in a quart To rewind the spring in the roller

: :..' friends.-Epicurus. -.1. By CHERIE NICHOLAS size mason jar' saves hot water of a' window shade, insert the

and soap. flattened end in the lower part
: Not what one knows, but Jtoic his -.- of a keyhole.
t doing J3 affected by his knowing, is .
Real bed -
comfort -
the essential thing.-JOHN KEITH. depends largely
, upon the under sheet being Use an old toothbrush handle to
Endurance is nobler than tucked in so firmly it will remain I remove dried grease from plated
"z, strength, and patience than (
smooth and
tight. Miter each corner parts on your car. It will not

-: \ beauty.-Ruskin. then tuck under the sheet. scratch the metal and it can be

r Circumstances are beyond t"-" .. -.- shaped to clean the grooves.

\ the control of man;' but his con A pleasing flavor that's some -.-

."I < duct is in his own power.-Ben / .. :', what different in candied sweet For a grease spot on wallpaper,

jamin Disraeli. potatoes may be had by adding try making a pas'te of cornstarch

'Be slow in choosing, but slower the juice of one lemon to the and water. Apply this to the spot

in changing. molasses (or sweetening), and and allow to."dry. Then brush it

butter. off, and the spot will be gone.An '.

HURRYMOTHER Old-Fashioned Patchwork. Qiiilt

Aglow With Color in Today's Setting

By Ruth Wyeth Spears

.: 1 I complete directions for making crazypatch
: Do This When Children Catch quilts with dozens of. diagrams showing
the old-fashioned embroidery stitches used.
Copy of BOOK 2 will be sent postpaid
upon receipt of'15 cents with name and

COLDS address. Write to:


Here's one modem easy way to promptly Bedford Hills New York
help relieve muscular soreness or Drawer 10

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and irritation in upper breathing pas

'- sages..Rub Vicks VapoRubon throat, Name.................................
5i chest and back at bedtime. Results .
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GS \

zxsJF&i-p6t1ETRA to upper bronchial! of the most important messages _ll'
rvSyi tubes with its special ONE
:-** JU. that the new fashions AN OLD FASHIONED crazy
-v V' f I .
medicinal vapors. / *
J bring to ,us is the, fact of a new soft- ':;" "/ patch quilt aglow with color
51tI'AV ATES styling technique that accents the / and quaint stitchery makes a deco

." chest and back prettily feminine throughout the entire "'\%"',*:.,;'r'" >,<;;.i rative slumber throw for the sofa

-Ji surfaces like a spring mode. I in today's living room. It picks

warming poultice. Instead of mannish tailored effects the new "shorty" length, it is out up" and repeats all the ,room col- !

\1 VapoRub keeps on working for hours designers are turning out standingly spring, 1945. ',ors and the hit-and-miss pattern'
h iJIt" to bring welcome comfort. It invites and suits together This is going to be a big season harmonizes with furnishings old '
charming bolero
''l., restful sleep and often by morning
for big buttons. The coat to the and new.
most of the misery of the cold is gone.Remember with simple cardigan types
Mother. galore. These abound in prettifying right tells you how, smart are the In Victorian days great grand
new and large lucite buttons that father's cravats the
were source
highlights, such as bright linings,
Gives You this pockets and sprightly little impart "style" to many a handsome of many a rich piece of silk for
special double action. It's time-tested coat for spring. This all-wool fleece
these quilts. Why not look over
home-proved, the best-known home-' self-fabric bows or contrast bindings
remedy for SD to finish off edges. There's much mandarin coat possesses unlimited the old ties that G.I. Joe left behind

ing re1ievVA{ ) >iza3) braidwork entering into the scheme wearing qualities. Its raglan sleeves with an eye to the same purpose
'children's of things and big eye-catching but and slit pockets are right up to the ? The ends are' always good

tons will playa star role in costume moment in chic.A no matter _how worn the center

des gn. stunning three-piece costume ensemble part may be. Collecting bits of

is shown centered above. It bright silk, ribbon and embroidery
The coats and costume
new, spring wins high fashion rank both because thread will be an exciting hobby

lt? ensembles that include topcoat, of its soft styling and its play-up of and it costs nothing.
jacket and skirt color-bright
or. a
r. striking color contrast. The skirt is *
c. coat worn over a one-piece gown, all
-. black. The jacket underneath the NOTE-BOOK 2 of the series of 32-page ,
reflect a most flattering soft styling. booklets offered with these.articles gives
A favorite household antiseptic dressing silh01i'tte'is: black topper is bright red. Pockets JOAN OF ARC THE'FiMOUS
The trend to a soft aptly /
and liniment for 93 yearaHanford'aBALSAM formed of hand basket-woven self-
OP MYRRHI It contains demonstrated in the stunning new fabric folds in black and red embellish MAID OF ORLEANS, ROSE FROM
soothing gums to relieve the soreness and styles illustrated herewith. This the smart coat. 'Bush Telegraph' of Africa, OBSCURITY TO LEAD THE
ache of over-used end strained muscles.
Takes the sting and itch out of burns, trio of fashion-firsts for spring was Color is playing an exciting role Still Mystery to Whites FRENCH ARMY TO VICTORY
selected from advance collections
scalds insect bites, oak and ivy poison
in fashions for spring. The call for
ing, wind and sun burn, chafing and created and displayed by Chicago
chapped ekin. Its antiseptic action lessens grays is tremendous. Any color
Fashion industries. The famous "bush telegraph" of,
the danger of infection whenever the so it's gray," about expresses it.
skin is cut or broken. Because of its drawstring waist Added to ,the list of practical utilitarian the, African wilds, the native
: Keep a bottle handy for the minor line, its tie fastening and its roomy are tones and drums that beat out mysterious THIS MODERN
t grays many
casualties of kitchen and At
;, your druggist-trial size nursery.bottle 3S#; sleeves, the coat shown to the left tints in gray that fascinate with their, messages, has always been a problem MAID IS FAMOUS
household size 65' <; economy size $1.25. is definitely: representative of the subtle loveliness. The new pussy- to the white man. A scientist BECAUSE SHE
a a HANFORD MFG. CO, Syracuse, N.Y. new soft-style trend. Made of stated recently: "I do not believe PERSONIFIESPURE
Solo makers of willow gray is one of the new grays
suede-finish 'strictly all-wool cloth in that you will fall in love with at first any white man will ever be SWEET ,
bright color range (it comes in spar sight. Another choice color that is able,to understand this drumming. WHOLESOME ..

'*K T l&'tK- kling spring shades) and having making conversation is known as The drum system is not a sort of NU'MAID, THE ONLY ,
I Morse code but natural theNegro's
as as
white wine or white rum as some MARGARINE CERTI'FIED
call it. Entire ,dress and coat instinct. It is a rhythm, BY ITS MAKER.!
Three-Piece Suit en-I like the black man's speech, where
sembles in. these beautiful grays TO BE A TABLE-"
one word has meanings according
shown, also separate smartly styled many GRADE MARGARINE

\\--i '< :<. ,,,< ..;. < '' :, '" ",' ;} toppers. White coats in the spring to pronunciation.
: t; ';;;:'''''>:: :::- :::/: ::/ :9"Vi' ;V':;:; I
FLUSH KIDNEY URINE "There is no thought which can
: collections come as a surprise. How
not be expressed with the aid of
ever, their early entry into the fashion Th mild, tweet, ehurned-freth flavor efNUMAID
Benefit from famous the drums intricate
wonderfully no message so
picture is but a prelude to the tia$ made it a favorite for
b doctor's discovery that relieves that it cannot be beaten out by a for
., important role they are to cooking and $e oning, m ot
.'. backache, run-down feeling due play all through the spring and sum skillful operator. a spread and
I "Warring tribes temporarily for other tablov
to excess acidity in the urine mer season:
: The neutrals in grayish and pale get their quarrels in order to relay

People everywhere are finding amazinff beige tones are a hundred per cent important tidings across rivers
r relief from painful symptoms of bladder
and international frontiers. The
., .' irritation caused by excess acidity in the good looking. In cape suits they are
urine. DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT stunning. Great importance is being 'Talking drums' are used to announce
acts fast on the kidneys to ease discomfort
native and other
by promoting the flow of urine. This pure attached to pink It'is definitely weddings
'. herbal medicine is especially welcome important local events."
../. where bladder irritation due to excess in the limelight, being made up in
: acidity is responsible for "selling' up at ; most flattering ,wool toppers, and
r<" nights". A carefully blended .
combination prettiest dresses and suits.
.' of 16 herbs,roots vegetables, balsam Dr.
,"'", Kilmer's contains nothing harsh is; absolutely Pink with navy is a leading theme. I 40-Pound Fruit I
non-habit forming. Just good ingredients Enthusiasm for navy knows no
,: that many people have
say a
marvelous effect. bounds. It is the big success color
Send for free prepaid sample TODAY! of the season. Brown for the wool Largest fruits in the world are 25*
Like thousands of others you'll be glad those of the Asiatic paca or jack
over'brown and white
that you did. Send name and address to topcoat worn
Department A, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box prints is very smart. Brown with fruit tree. Some of the giant fruits
.,"Jt 1255, Stamford Conn. Offer limited. Send weigh as much as 40 pounds, the !
accessories also is fashion.
at once.All druggists sell Swamp Root. pink high
;> Released by Western Newspaper Union. very large ones being found in the
East Indies where both the pulp

,; Gabardine Suits Come in and seeds are esteemed by the natives

as food.A .
Delicate Pastel Shades large fruit will contain as

;" Gabardine is a magic word in the many as 300 seeds, each one of

fashion world today. It is the fabric which is. four times as big as an

ideal for spring suits and dresses. almond.

This year you will like it better

than ever, for it comes in all the Expensive Wire

- tk.. exquisite pastels and the simple EasywaytoUMCOHKy1
little two-piece suits that are made '

of it and the charming one-piece A platinum wire, now used in STUFFY NOSTRILS ) :

daytime frocks that are classic in this country, is drawn so fine that, \'
Nostrils all clanged op?Quick, nseMentholstum.
their simplicity all seem to tell you although sold at $1.50 a foot, the / .Soon you can breathe lMENTHOLATUM
An invaluable addition to the that gabardine is the happiest cost of one pound, avoirdupois,

wardrobe of a college senior, the choice for the spring costume. would be $217,500,000.
girl who is about to launch on an

exciting career and, is planning for Lace
Designers Employing
1 it now, is this smart rayon-and-wool

flannel three-piece suit. It's designed In Many Versatile Ways

1'f for smart wear and long wear, as In neckwear departments they are

promised on the informative fabric showing lovely jabots all of lace that

\ > label you should look for when shop look stunning on the new black or

ping. In a three-in-one ensemble like navy faille or moire suit. You
this, one finds that most of the can also get frills of matching lace

: ;) spring clothes problem is being taken to sew in the sleeves. Print frocks

care of. Choose either gray and show a surprising amount of lace
white or brown and white flannel for trims. Incrustations of fine black

this all-year-round costume and lace enhance many of this season's

you'll register as among the best sheer black frocks.

,,/ ,;

? TE1Ii

II-A or II-B provided such registrant I Jap came out at the worst end of Seaman Ralph Bishop is now backat
ROAD RATIONING is "regularly engaged in" an activity -I that set-to.: Norman, Okla., after his recent
HARRISBURG CALENDAR I Ii In war production or in support \ :'' leave at his home here. He is tak-

i of the national health, safety or in-: Sgt. Jimmy Wynn wrote his mo- ing an aircraft metalsmlth's course,
INCLUDED IN SRD I terest. DSS Form 42A should be ther recently that he was sending there and expects to be In Normanfor
PROCESSED FOODS ] used in filing this information with\: home some maps and asked that she another three months. .,
Blue ':::taJ"lS-X> Y5, Z5, A2, the local board. show them to us when they arrived. .
TENTATIVE BUDGET] B2 now va.'- expire March '31. i ---- -- .---- Just :what these maps are we have AOM 1-c Elbert Hooker left Monday -

C2; D2, E2, F2, G2 now valid expire -, With Our Boys- no''idea but imagine they will give for Jacksonville after spend-
idea of Jimmy's peregrinationswith
c April 28. some ing several weeks here on leave
(Hendry County News) H2, J2, K2, L2, M2 now valid his armored outfit that the Ger- from the'U. S. Navy. Elbert has
X stretch of road, l1miles i in I expire June 2. Continued from I'agc 4) j' man's refer to lovingly as "Roose- seen plenty of action in the Pacific

Hendry County, from the Caloosa N2, P2, Q2, R2, 32 now valid, expire with him. He had received not one velt's Butchers." We'll be looking and is expecting to be back in action
Jhatchee,, River bridge at LaBelle June 30. ", since September. Said he was plenty forward to seeing those maps but after a few weeks at the Jacksonville -'
Northeast: and 13 Vi miles in Glades ''thrilled to catch up on the local the speed with which the boys are base
County continuing on to Harris- SUCAItSugar news. Clayton and another soldier moving will make these maps obse- I .
burg on the Palmdale road No. 67. for five I live in a private 'home "somewherein lete by the time they get here.. Can I r
No. 35 good
Is included in the tentative con Stamp Belgium" and are treated very imagine that Jimmy has now had a I I- J
struction budget of the state road/ pounds, expires June 2. I nicely by the people with. whom they view of that historical river, the HOW YOUR RED CROSS HELPS '
department for the year 1945. stay. He also sent pictures and Is ., Rhine. I

The proposed cost of the mile ando New Draft Orders: .1.1Contfnl looking swell. .- i:;j I BOYS IX NAZI PRISONS

half, or 1,500 feet which would :: Harry Knight of the U. S. Navy See it at Dixie Crystal Theatre
be for grading and a ,state expense ( from page 1) 'j I Capt. Eugene Gdodbread, who i is'in who has been stationed at Sampson,
:Is listed $24,750.. The road number to provide (a) for the classification Miami Beach for a few weeks atl| New York, is spending a leave here !{ Thursday, Friday and Saturday,

is designated 621. Glades; in Class II-A and, II-B' of a registrantage ; a Re-distribution Center before be1ing this week with Mrs. Knight and will March 15, 10 and 17
'County's 13.25 miles proposed expense 30 through 33 when the Local reassigned, was here Tuesday) leave, shortly for Jacksonville"where
: would amount to 218626. Board finds such registrant to be I visiting friends. Despite all of his| he will be, stationed. for about six Remember you don't give to the
The Southwest Florida Highway engaged talk: that the war and his experiences weeks
"necessary to and regularly )Iin" Red Cross-yoU the
I : give thru
Association will be represented pt in war production 'or'in had made an old man of him ,, :
an activity 'I i
the State Road Department meeting national health his friends say that he is still the1 I Red Cross.
of the that he is
support Kinzie
:March 12 at 10 Gene.. His experiences would Pvt.
Vhich will be held the same
b for I
interest, and ( )
safety or I stationed in England workingin .
>a. m., at the Floridan' Hotel In classification in Class II-A and II-B have aged anyone but there are now the Postoffice after severalmonths Let's Do More Than In 44
'Tampa for the purpose of" adopting 37 when! some that can take It and Gene apparently Army
of a registrant 34 through service in France., I
this Five counties has that temperament. f
the local board finds
associa .. I .
hodl membership in the --- 1
in" the!
to be "regularly) engaged ,
tion. They are Hendry, Lee Collier, above named activities. Mr. and Mrs C. A, Martinez harll -

Sarasota and Manatee, and representatives Registrants in the age group 30 a letter from their son, Pvt. Oliver )

'of these counties are eX-I through; 33, or their employers, Martinez, dated February: 19 from I
pected to be: present in the should; immediately' file with the lo-i tl-e Pacific Theater. Oliver said he Mack's Drug Store
ljf their individual localities A. J. cal board a request for occupational :! hd been in the front lines for seve"al -<
'Evers, county commissioner, will deferment, provided the registrant I weeks and writing from there!

represent .Hendry. meets the requirements stated above was:; almost impossible. Now he is I
Mr. Evers will make every effort showing in detail the occupation, in a hospital recuperating from injuries -

to have the Hendry'County proposedroad position, and efforts to obtain ori I received in a knee but sayS,I Excellent, Prescription Service
:: fco'hstruction included in thepermanent a replacement. DSS Form 42A ho's almost 0. K. now and there ?9s'', I
rain; ,
budget for 1945. is the proper form to be used !n no need to worry. "You see," said I ,. I
M. -11 P. M.
Of interest to his section also is filing such requests and can be obtained Oliver, "Some Jap got too damned 7 A. ; I
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close to me but when we finished ,
the stretch of state road 25 between from the local board. d-
'Olga and Tice, distance of 11 miles, Registrants ages 1.8 through 37 ho was in worse shape than me." I I
'in Lee County, which is included in who are disqualified for; military I .Here's hoping that Pvt. Martinezis I

'the tentative construction budget service or qualified for limited' service entirely mended by now and I

for this year. only, may: be placed in Class we're mighty glad to hear that the M "" +"" ". ..,__ .. __

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