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: May 14, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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'_1 1 STEWART'S BILL FOR I Beardsley's, Nephew I j MOLASSES I S' TOPIC LI L Field 'Worker To Visit LONGEST HARVESTON

l I Dies In Plane. Crash! I Local Baptist GroupsMiss


i R. A. McMakin) nephew of Mrs.I Elizabeth Provence, state
PASSED BY HOUSE E. Beardsley and a brother of here Jim I TO KIWANIS CLUB,' W. M. U.. Field Worker, of the Baptist ON NEXT WEDNESDAYWith

I.T. who spent a season :, Church will be in Clewiston on

few years ago, was killed Monday I I _
of next week and will
Tuesday conduct -
Representative Elbert Stewart'sbill in San Diego; California. |{ The graduates of the Clewiston! I I the 'actual cutting of cane in
Mr. McMakin was a pliot for Consolidated -, High School were invited guests of two study groups on that day. the fields of the extensive planta-
to create the new sixth' con,I Corpora-I ,At ten in the morning at the r
Vultee Aircraft the local Kiwanis Club at the meet- tions of the United States Sugar
:\ :gressional district in South Florida tion and had been engaged in the home of Mrs. W. F. Nail ladies of I
j i ing held Wednesday evening at the, i Corporations, ceasing this week-end,
. to include Hendry and nearby coun- hazardous task of testing new mod- Clewiston Inn.J. the Baptist W. M. S. will meet to i the sugar house will complete its

< ties, swept through the house-yesterday -I els of planes. It was a new type he Paul Bartz, who is connected study the book" "Guide of Community grinding early next week and bring
Missions. A dish luncheon I
. was attempting to fly Monday whenit with the sugar corporation in the to a close the 9142-43 harvest
58 to 22 and went to
. seemed to have difficulty get- by-products division, \was speaker at will be served at noon. In the western division cane cut

Senate. ? |}(! ting up speed on the take-off and the club. His topic was the Use of'' In the afternoon at four o'clock I I,I ting will be completed on Saturday,

-- It passed after an hour and 15 i had not left the field when one Molasses in Stock Feeding. Mr. i: Miss Provence will meet with theGirl's I(I May 15th, while certain fields in the

minutes of consideration, with much wing dipped, touched_ the ground and Bartz was for nine years a re- : Auxiliary for conference con Eastern division will remain to be
,, of the time consumed by parlia- dragged the craft down with an ex- search chemist with Ralston Purina cerning their work. cut ,and will be completed either
mentary moves by 'which opponents' plosive roar. Mills and has had long experience, in Miss Provence will be the guest of I' Monday or Tuesday, the 17th or
sought to delay or kill it. The crew of seven men were all various stock feeds. Mrs. W. F. Nail, president of the Ii 18th. The sugarhouse will grind out
It was adopted as the substitute'I killed. Referring to the successful experiments -! Baptist Society, while here. the last of the cane on Wednesday,

for another bill by Rep. G. Warren May 19th, exactly 205 days after
which the
., sugar corporation -
Sanchez of Suwannee who wanted the beginning of grinding last fall.

," to create the ,new district on the FRANK STURCHIO IS beef conducted, Mr. Bartz, in said molasses.that the feedingof mo- HOUSEWIVES URGED The grinding season this year Is
f with Duval 23 days longer than har-
;" :'. upper East Coast, lasses in this area had four times any sugar
'., County (Jacksonville)) as the center. vest in the Everglades prior to this
", ,' ENLISTED ARMY( the amount of protein of molassesin TO CAN AT NEW UNITM. I time. The previous record was 182
2 Rep. Elbert Stewart of Hendrysaid any other area he had ever known.

his bill would provide "the ,I j I He stated that it is also high in I I I days.

.,.' ..... nearest possible equal division ofpopulation" II j j I iron and copper, contains calcium The sugar corporation's department -
, Frank G. Sturchio, band instruc-j I vocational
H. Sharpe, agriculture -
heads have for the
districts. The made plans
:. among and director of the Clewiston J and has the ,valuable vitamin Bl. I.
first district would have 378,000 School tor Band and /'of the United The speaker compared the use of 1 I teacher, has been active in se- annual harvest festival.' In prior

population, the second, 388,000, the band is molasses to that of corn syrup, used i curing the use of certain government ,years the company has 'given huge
States ,
Sugar Corporation's
1 I
, third 306,000, the fourth 286,000, barbecues in each of its plantations
in said
I 'now a member_ of the armed forcesat extensively some areas, and equipment for the canning unit in I
; the fifth 289,000 and the sixth 248- that the syrup was higher in some I II I i for colored employees and has also
Camp Blanding.Prof. .... I II I I Clewiston.Mr. '
000. I of the elements but that the molasses {i staged .a barbecue and dance ini

12 Counties In Sixth citizenship'ah. Sturchio recently lan obtainedhis had. potentially more fo'od value Sharpe has bee trying to ob- Clewiston for white employees, their
r families and friends. This has always -
These counties will be in the sixth I pending several mon ths. Born in than the syrup. tain a place in town for the opera-
been attended by hundreds and
district if the senate concurs in the Italy but brought to this country by The ,corporation produces molassesas tion of a large number of steam
I hundreds of residents of the'area
.' house bill: Broward. Charlotte, De- when Mr. a by-product of sugar and is no'w I
his parents
very young pressure cookers, which he was suc- |who have flocked to Clewiston to
shipping it north under label
i'' Soto, Glades, Hardee, Hendry, Indian Sturchio believed for many years the j
partake of the company's hospitality
',' River, Lee, Marion, Okeechobee, that he automatically became an (Continued on Page. 8) con-venience I i land enter into the festivities.
Beach and St. Lucie. '
Palm American citizen when his parents
\ However he has been unable to work } Because of war conditions, and
;,'' ., The sixth congressman, provided I obtained their status as naturalized Water In Lake Is I out plans for a unit in Clewiston J subsequent rationing of food ma-

because of Florida population increases American citizens. terials, the barbecues will not beheld
I I so he has made
proper arrange-
now is elected from the The war situation and the result- Reduced To Lowest for the large unit at Hooker's and the entire program has
:: state at large. and Ren. Newman ing investigation of aliens and all been modified to conform to the

... Brackin of Okaloosa ; id"That I residents born in other countries revealed -I Level By Drought 9 Point'a. m.to remain till midnight open every for day the from convenience government's request for food con-

;','' gives .every person in Florida. two I II his status as an alien. He of who have vegetables servation. However, the employees
any may
:I, : congressmen:'" I immediately' began'his' efforts to ob- I to can. will be given the usual festival although -

"Two heads are better than one," tain citizenship in the United States. The water level in Lake Okee-1 It is somewhat changed in
His efforts. were successful only -a. chobee is now at the lowest level A large number of cookers has
Brackin said. but Stewart. replied nature. There will be events in the
'"Not' always./ few months ,ago. ever rcorded since the, federal pro been obtained:for, a, period of three {field divisions for the colored employees -
Prof. Sturchio was accepted into ject on the lake and Caloosahatchee weeks. This is fortunate as, the lr
families. There
;}'ift' The' redistricting- would not" dis-' the.army under",: l=.speeial: ( ruling as a River hiTs beevcompleted, it was ,bean .season); s at its height, and the }will also "be n.dA'-tIi a dance at_ Sugarland_
the, house county aiiy Incxun- .
' "' ; member of the air: force technical stated this week byY.. C. Nail, engineer market has dropped until, it is now Park Auditorium for white
> employees -
: bent congressman. The new district "
training 'school, band and is expect- in charge of the Clewiston practicable. ,for those who would
their families.
:J:;' would be carved out of the first } and
?; ing a transfer to Miami Beach wherehe sub-office of U. S. Engineers. The like to can beans for their own use
: Because. of the limited and
,. ; and fourth districts, with no change them
:. would be an arranger and oboe water lev'ei now stands at 13.7 ;feet, to purchase at a reasonable '
: this at the
: in the existing second, third and resources attendance year ,
which means that the surface of the price. "
: player. will
; fifth district) dance be restricted to employees
:-,' Prof. Sturchio expects to be in I lake is only 13.7 feet. above sea ,. Mrs/ Dorothy Lowe is in charge of i and their families. Jay W. Moran,
These voted against the bill: Clewiston on May 20th to conductthe level. the Hooker's Point Unit and will and manager

'::?( Andrews, Avriett, Ayers Zaro-I school band for the last time in In 1932, which was before the make arrangements for anyone at vice-president I the corporation, general said this week

r1tir_ field, Baughman, Brackin, Carter, public concert. I present? control system was completed the time they desire to work at the jof
.. i "We would like to have, as heretofore -
... Clark
;" Croft Curtis, Davis, Delegal, '
the water in Lake Okeechobee unh.Ir.. Sharpe has ordered a
all the people of the region at-
',:'- ., Hodges, Jenkins, McKendree, Nes- I II I reached low level of 12.1 cans
: J : mith I Local Pupils Rate a feet. huge amount of tin and glass i tend our festivities, but our accom-
Peavy, Sanchez Scales Sco-
; There has been deficiency of containers at wholesale
price con
: field I ka on i i modations are limited and we will
Smith of Jackson, and Trox- about twelve Inches-of rainfall In signment and anyone wishing to obtain !Hof limit "
High In State Test necessity our guests.
,:.; ,' ler-22. They're all ,from the North I the past six months, and this has containers may apply to Mrs. I
/ Florida
;-- :''4 caused the water the lake to drop Lowe at the ,Canning Unit for them.
Ii Tires and Tubes Issuedi
to this low level, despite the fact i j
j Pupils in the graduating class of The Canning Unit is made possible
:>"" 25 Selectees Leave j r the local high school have recently I r that the Engineers have made every through the cooperation of the local
i{ I i During Month of April
effort to conserve the water in the
completed a series of tests given supervisor of rural war production I
For Camp BlandingA I I I
I each year under the supervision of lake. Since early September there training, the people of Hookers I _

'- i the University of Florida to has been no discharge of lake water' Point and other civic interests. I The_ Clewiston Office of Price Ad-

group of 25 selectees leaving: Seniors in the high schools of 10,000 through the canals., I I I ministration has announced the following -

Clewiston Wednesday for Camp I: ida, and have ranked The prolonged drought which has!' List, of Next Year's list of tire and tube certifi-
Blanding and
service in the armed
average for the state.In ,I extended through the winter and cates issued during April:
forces of the United
States included
spring has lowered the water table)
twos;' olunteers, Manning Ira Keenof computing the standing of 1st Graders WantedThe Grade I Tires: C. F. Wheeler 1,'
in adjoining farm and has
each pupil and of each school percentile -
C:"wiston and Broward Napoleon United States Sugar Corporation'
.. .;,.,..... Parse 's of Felda. ratings are given. If a pu- caused lower crop production over) I J. F. Tippey 1, A. H. King 2, Her-

:.-.' O'J-, ITS in the group were: I pil makes 51 in percentile ratings, the state than was anticipated with Clewiston school authorities jring & Hudspeth 1, R. L. Marshall
it means that the entire!( the greatly increased acr"eage.The would like to know before school
E rard Ethington, Felda., 12, ,Emil Roscoe 2, WIC| George
01, a Johnson, Jacksonville. 10,000 pupils 51 percent ranked low water table has also affected closes this year the approximate i Greaves 1, I. S. Bell 1, Mann Whid
lower and 49 percent ranked higher small canals and drainage ef- number of children who will enter
Thomas Walter Edenfield, Chipley. den. 4, J. J. Herring 1, O. O. ,Henley
Peter Paul Matusiak, LaBelle. than this particular pupil. forts, although ,the Caloosahatchee the first grade next fall. 12.

Conrad Todd Clark, Clewiston. The average_ percentile, rating of I canal and river is under control of Because of the increasing difficul. Grade II Tires: W. J. Echols 1,

William Francis Tindall, Clewiston. the local seniors was 56, which means locks. In the latter case, locks atl I ties of obtaining teachers it is neces- G. B. McDuffie 1, WC| George

Arthur Charles Engel, transfer to that among the 10,000 pupils 44 ., Moore Haven and at Ortona are con- sary to know early in the year just, 1 Greaves 1, Oscar Shelter 1, Louis

Oak Park, Illinois. percent made higher grades and 56 trolled so as to keep the pool be-, how many teachers will be needed. Kelly 1, A. W. Clayton 1, C. S.

William Bryant Bowden, transferto percent made lower grades. The tween at a constant; level of 12 feet; I This year's first grade enroll-I Waters, 2,. Eugene M. Williams 2,

Okeechobee. average of the state is 50, so the local while below Ortona the stream is ment was so large that it was necessary Edward M. Peters 1, Frank J. O'-

J. H.. Cobomalki, transfer to New pupils ranked well above average -I without control till it reaches the to divide the grade into two I Hara 1, J. T. Paul 1, C. H. Hill 1,

York City. in the test, which included such Gulf, and consequently remains at sections and to obtain an extra B. L. Williams 1, Philip E. McLeod 1.

erryoker Touchstone l OCealspl'mgs. \ large schools as Miami, Tampa, sea level. teacher after school began. Ii Grade III Tires: R. Y. Patterson

; : Missouri. j! Jacksonville as well as dozens of I Each pupil in school will be givena 1, N. B. Scott 1, A. C. Bembry; ,

Floyd Dawson' Gunn, Clewiston. i 'other large schools. I Overhaul Period j mimeographed letter and fonn to Mrs. Eva Jones 1, J. L. Brantley: 1,

George S. ,Williams, Clewiston. I Ie' Principal R. W. Turk, under take to his parents during 'the next I Frank Harris 2, Roosevelt Pope 1,

Robert Leonard Lee Clewiston. I whose supervision the tests were Begins At Once week, requesting the parents to list Dilburn, Weaver\ 1, Willie McLendoa'l.

c- John Louis Rimes, LaBelle. I given here, says that he is proud of the names of their own or other Oliver Niblack 1, A. W. McCorkle

James Aldeen Crawford, Felda. the showing made by the school in' children who will enter the first J 1, Thirston Hilton 1, Carl Anderson

," Joseph Olien Davidson, Jr., La- this test .and that each year for the With the closing of the current grade in September. 11, Kenneth Chaffin 2, H. E. Cor-

Belle. past 4 :years the tests have been grinding season set for Wednesdayof 'I The law governing school enrollment I nette 2, Norma Brown 1, E. H. WaIst -

'. :,: J Hugh Russell Luckey, LaBelle. given and the school has always next week, department heads ofj(i states that all children who t ton 2, J. E. Greenberger 1, Luther

. r. Lewis Wilnion Whidden, LaBelle. ranked above the'average.. the United States Sugar Corporationwere have reached the age of .5 years and i B. Oliver 1.

;. :. Clark Davis Emery, transfer from I busy with preparations for the I I 9 months before the opening of the I Passenger Car Tubes: HerbertA.

,'. Hollywood, Florida. Band Concert at School immediate undertaking of a conr-|i school term may enroll in the first Smith 1, C. F. Wheeler 1, U. S. S.

Leon Stanley Pinder transfer I plete repair and 'overhaul of all machinery -j'I' grade on opening day or during the I Corp. 14, Philip E. McLeod 1, M. F._

from Tampa. On Thursday Night used in the sugarhouse, shops I first month of school. 'George 1, J. F. Tippey 1. R. V. Patterson -

-,- J Buchanan Greene, transfer from I I ----:.- and on the plantations. '! I 1, N, B. Scott 1. ,E. Matthews

Jacksonville, North Carolina. The Clewiston school) Band will This overhaul; period usually OCcupies -,|P.T. A. To .Hold Night WC| George Greaves 1, I. S. Bell

I Floyd Alton Geiger, transfer from give a public concert Thursday I the larger part of the sum- |II Nail Ellis 1, Eston Hill 1, Willie

Miami. I I evening, May 20th, beginning at 8 mer months, but employees in the Meeting Next WeekThe INortoll 2, Louis A. Brannen 1, .W. C.

-. Burel Leon Cox, transfer from o'clock, in the school auditorium.A .I past have had a*' lay-off period be-: iHooker 1. Ferrell Cochrane 1, W. J.

Lisbon, North Dakota. small admission fee, which will go fore the repairing began. This year, Echols 1, Oscar Shelfer 1, O. O.

Into the school's, general treasury., however, the work continues im- Parent-Teacher Association I'Henley' 1, P. S. Maynard 1, Joe Floyd
CIIAWFOHDS PURCHASE Hon will be charged. mediately after the crop closes and will hold Its monthly meeting next 1, E. M. Peters 1. I. E. Cannon 1,

Prof. I". G. Sturchio, who has re- there will be no layoff period for Tuesday in the evening instead of Lela Gainer 1. Angelina Smith 1, G.
R. H. Crawford has recently purchased cently entered the United States any employees.All in the afternoon. The meeting will B. Thomas 1. Fritz Sehek< 1, Roosevelt -

the house ,owned by Mr.*and Army, expects to be present to lead who are employed with the begin at 8 o'clock and all patronsand Pope 1,' Will Sasser 2, Walter

Mrs. R. C. Nowling south of the the band in its last appearance this corporation may continue straight I friends of the school are urged Rogers 2, P. N. McLaughlin 1, Carl

highway near the Sugarhouse road. year. through the sunimer, and JayV.. to attend. Anderson 2, H. E. Cornette 1, E, H.

,'; TheCrawfords have been living in i The public is cordially invited to]I Moran, general > manager, as there The installation of officers includ. Walston '1., E. C. Walston 1. Lee

;: the Baker house west of Clewiston.1,, *.I attend. will, be no cessation of work. I ing a new president will take place.. (Continued on Page 4) _.




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1 SUNDAY I i I: like the endless chain MM

-- -< Lesson of yearsThough _
:' by '
Of TThc Moody Bible Institute of Chicago,
THE STORY SO FAR: The story of big base was one sheet of flame except boats, so I changed course. They (Relcased.by Western Newspaper Union.) like. the. 1 k.hIri -

their part in the battle for the Philip- for the ammunition depot. Onlya wheeled majestically around the every violet 1 1 see

pines Is being told by four of tho five piece of the dock _was left, and h y's perimeter, and each' time they Lesson for May 9 The Hovers
naval officers who are all that is left of through the shimmering ttames you Passed Manila a load would go whis- of Ul the.

Motor Torpedo "Boat Squadron 3. They could see only jagged walls.. ,Thenwe tling down and presently huge col- Lesson and yew to Le. '
are Lieut. John Bulkeley (now Lieutenant saw Admiral Rockwell-he was umns-.of black and white smoke be- lected and copyi hted Scripture by International texts se- And dl the.
Commander), squadron commander; Council of
which rising-we could even see some Religl&us: Education: used by
second-in-command; directing the fire apparatus gan permission.
Lieut. It. B. Kelly,
and Ensigns Anthony Akers and GeorgeE. was trying to save the depot.. He is a fires, although we were still eleven years cone

Cox Jr. After learning that Pearl tallman, a' fine figure of a sailor, miles away. PETER AND JOHN LEADERSIN past.
Harbor had been bombed, Lieut. ,Bulke- but his head was down that day. Ina 'Where in hell is our air force?' THE EARLY CHURCH 1rrc."'" ? ,

Icy ordered Lieut. Kelly to take three of dead voice he told us we'd better our crew kept asking me. 'Why in .

the six torpedo boats to Bataan where get out-that the magazine was lia- Christ's name don't they do' something LESSON TEXT-Acts 2:37-41; 3:1-8; 4:13 O c.WN1I
they would get provisions and fuel froma ble to go up any minute. We offered ?' 1821.

submarine tender. But when they had arrived to take him with us to Mariveles, "But the thing that 'really got me GOLDEN TEXT-Now when they saw the
they found that the tender boldness of 'Peter and John, and perceivedthat Features
i been ordered away. So they set up but he said no, his job was here, to was that these big Jap formations, ,they were unlearned and Ignorant men
headquarters in SIslman Cove. do what he could."I circling the bay like it was a parade they marveled; and they took knowledge of
was back there a couple of maneuver, each time would sail impudently them that they had been with"' Jesus.
I days later after the fires were out," right 'over Corregidor! I Acts 4:13. *
CHAPTER U said Ensign Cox, a good-looking! yel Didn't they know we had anti-air- I CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I
low-haired youngster from "up-state craft guns? ,Does the Church have a messagefor

"Next, we found our barges loaded New York. "They were burying the "They knew all right, but it turned our day? Sometimes one won-
with gasoline in drums which had dead-which consisted of collecting out they knew something I didn't. ders a bit, but a little thought indi-

been towed out into the bay for us ,' heads and arms and legs and put- For presently all twenty of Corregi- cates that if it does not, it is not

by the navy-if they got smacked ting them into the nearest bomb dor's 3-inchers opened fire, and it because Christianity has failed, but HELP WANTEDWATCHMAKER

by bombs, they didn't want them crater and shoveling debris over it. made me sick to see that every one because Christian people have failed

burning near the wharves., There The smell was terrible. The' Fili- of their shells was bursting from to declare the eternal and powerful

was nobody in charge but a watchman pino yard workers didn't have much 5,000 to 10,000 feet below that Jap truth of God. The primary respon-

.- Each boat holds two thou- stomach for the job, but it had to formation. Those pilots were as safeas sibility for any such failure must

sand gallons, and of course it was a be done and done quick because of though they'd been home in bed. rest upon the leaders of the Church.It .
pouring all that through a fun- instructive to see the'qualiticswhich' Salary $65 week
job disease. To make them work, they Later I found out'what the Japs apparently per
filled the Filipinos with grain al- made the leaders of the early
nel."We up already knew-that theRock's If you are an experienced watch-
noticed, as we poured, that cohol. Church effective for the Lord. In
this gas had both water and,rust in "That raid me my first big anti-aircraft gunsdidn't have our lesson we;find Peter and John maker,we have a splendid position .
gave the And only then did it be- for
range. Pleasant
it-yet there was no way to strain it shock of the war" said Lieutenant doing three things.I. you. surroundings
to dawn how completely
gin 'me
out we had no chamois. What we live in Atlanta-Write full detailsto
; I' impotent 'we were. Declaring God's Word (Acts 2:
couldn't then know was, this gas 37-41). P.O.Box 938,Atlanta,Georgia.
had been sabotaged. We'll never
"When the Japs cleared out,"- continued Peter had just finished the first
find out when or where-the guy
Bulkeley, "Kelly and I head. sermon preached in the Church,
alive. But L
if he's
who did it is safe, yAt2 "
had dissolved in it- ed for Manila and docked about which was delivered at Pentecost.The BULBS
someone wax ,
inside three o'clock. When we reported, declaration of God's truth in the
which our
congealed gas
wax Commander Slocum' told me the Ad- of the Holy Spirit brought Beautify your Victory Garden. Plant 100
in coat half mch'thickwax power ,
tanks a an blooming size large flowering varieties
which filters so that miral was considering sending our conviction of sin. It always does, gladiolus bulbs, In 50 gorgeous colors
clogged our
three boats on a raid off Lingayen, 51.25 postpaid. Write for free catalog.
the outward indication of
sometimes we'd have to stop and I although Taylor Gardens. Dept 32. Ware, Mass.
clean them after an hour's run. and were we ready? We 'said we its working may not be as markedas

That's 'the fuel had to fight the were rarin' to go. So he said to it was on that day. ,Three thou-
stick ,around a couple of hours, and sand souls were under convictionandasking' Gas StomachRelieved
to find out. on
war on, we were
meanwhile load the boats with
what to do to be:"saved.
files and 'forth because in 5 minutes or double money back
records so
"The big alarm came at noon on What an opportunity for the When excess stomach acid causes painful suffocatIng -
? 'they were moving headquarters. It and his fellow worker gas,sour stomach and heartburn,doctors usually
December lO-we'd pulled up along- preacher prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known fore
side a mine sweeper for water:when had escaped so far, but right ,hereon John. How' did they meet it? By Tablets.ymytomaticrelief-medicines No laxative. Bell-nog like brings those comfort in Bell-ana in a

word came that a large flight of ,; the water' front it was too vul- faithfully declaring the need of repentance -: to i>ffy us.or 25c donble at all yonr druggists.money back on return of bottle
nerable sure'-to smacked.
Jap planes was headed toward the get and faith, and then of fellowship -
jS4 Through the open door we could see with others in the Church.
Manila area, coming from the di-

rection of.F
from the tender, out into open wa- r'v I will always be that he preaches and

ter, and fifteen minutes later we "But just then," said Kelly, "Com- teaches the message of God,without

saw them-several formations-I 9) mander_ Slocum looked down at my : adulteration without modification, g OT FIA$ ES

counted'about twenty-seven to twen- arm, which was in a sling, frowned, and with plainness and simplicity. '

ty-nine planes in each-two-motor and said I should get over to see the The kind of leadership which is If you suffer from hot flashes, dizziness -
distress of
fleet The doctor took off
bombers lovely, tight, parade- doctor. ; often magnified in the Church today weak, nervous, Irritable, blue at
ground formations, coming over at the bandage'and: began to talk tough. and which is largely 'made up of times-due to the functional
Said he couldn't do and "middle-age" pert xt in a woman's
about feet. But I thought anything,
25,000 personal magnetism, "pep" and fast life-try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege-
when our fighters get up there and that I was to get that arm to a talk, is not real leadership at all. table Compound-the best-known

,start rumpling their hair, those for- ; r hospital as fast as :I could."I Test your leaders by their faithful medicine you can buy today that's
was dead set on that raid but made especially for women.
mations won't look Only # ,
so pretty. t and intelligent declaration of "God'sWord. Plnkham's Compound has helped
.I[ decided it wouldn'tbe tactful to
where were our fighters? The Japs thousands upon thousands of wom-
passed on out of sight over the bring that up, so I said "Aye, aye, en to relieve such annoying symp-
II. Conveying God's Power (Acts toms.Follow label directions. Pinkham's -
sir, and skipped it. We loaded the
mountains and then we began hear-
Compound Is worth trying!
3:1-8). _
ing the rumble of bombs"'only first boat with records, and then 'went I
back to headquarters where "Channels only"-that is the func-
we felt the vibrations on our feet, we
even out there in the water, and were told that the Jap convoy off tion of the worker for Christ, the

we knew something was catchinghell. Lingayen included eight transportsand leader in His Church. As Mary

'But what? Manila?" Maybe at least two battleships..(one of Maxwell well put it:
these; must have been the one that
Nichols Field? Or Cavite
even our Channels'only, blessed Master,
own base? We couldn't know." E.U... :.r-.t '"< ';; ;>o
"I did," said Bulkeley laconically. "Later I found out what the Japs weren't going.to be sent. They were Flowing through us. Thou canst use us

"I 'was there, 'at 'Cavite. The apparently already !,knew." saving us for 'bigger things.' Every day and every hour. nary J'OcB
'My God! junior officer h
Admiral sent us a two-hour warning my Silver,and gold was a scarce com-
that they were coming-from Formosa Kelly, "but ,it wasn't the damage said later, 'I didn't know ,they came modity with Peter and John, as it g_1t 4 tui yap +

and headed on down in, our they did. From over Mariveles' I I any 'bigger! What do ,they think we has been with many, yes most, of
direction across Northern Luzon. So couldn't see what was happeningafter are? God's servants through the centu- Ps je9a ths "at

we hauled our boats out into the the Jap bombers disappearedover "Anyway the Admiral patted ries. But they did have the blessed < tEt
tor >
bay. They kept beautiful forma the mountain. I got my, shock Bulkeley on the shoulder and said, privilege of being channels through p"ws ooc tNCoDON'T p Rppa

tions, all right. The 'first big V had after they, had unloaded and flew 'We know you boys. want to get in which the healing, cleansing, redeeming -

fifty-four planes in it, and'they came over us on'their way home-the same there and,fight, but there's no sense power of God could flow-

in at about 20,000, with their fighters beautiful 'tight, formations-not a sending you' on suicidal missions- and that was infinitely better.

on up above to, protect them straggler. Where was our air force? just now.
God has'for today as He had
from ours-only ours 'didn't show! u'From over towards Cavite we "So that was that, and we went on men ,

We couldn't figure it. First they could now see that huge column of out across the bay, to our thatched. for this beggar, that which is,from far
better than gold-deliverance
swung over Manila and began to smoke rising into the sky as the village. _
"You call the next few sin and liberation from the limita-
paste the harbor shipping. Japs left the scene. might days LET
"But then that big beautiful V pivoted -i "But it wasn't,until Lieutenant De- quiet for us, although my arm be- tions of spirit which make them content -
with the alms of men. CONSTIPATIONSLOW
slowly and moved over Cavite Long dropped in at four o'clock in gan giving me, hell. paltry

-began circling it like a flock of the 41 boat that I knew how bad "Presently Bulkeley dropped in on God healed this man's 'body, but YOU UP

well-disciplined buzzards. off we were. He said the Cavite us in the 41 boat, bringing us some what is more important, He healed 0 When bowels are sluggish and you

"They were too high to see the base was a roaring blast furnacethe' stuff issued by the navy to replace his spirit (v. 8). We need that kind feel I irritable, headachy, do as millions

bomb bay doors open, but we could yard littered with those man- everything we'd lost at our quartersin of healing for the weak-kneed, lame- {do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem
chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
the stuff and scorched bodies-and furthermore Cavite-a shirt each, underdrawers ankled, spirit-darkened individualsin
see drop slowly, pickingup gled FEEN-A-MINT before,you go to bed,
speed; only as we watched we i that all our spare parts a few tubes .of toothpaste, and our communities and our taking only in accordance with package

found we had troubles of our own. for the MTB's-engines and every- razors-two for each boat, one for churches. We will have it only as directions-sleep without being dis

Because five little dive bombers thing had been blasted to bits. Ma- the; men and one for, the officers. our1' leaders are men and women turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough '

peeled off that formation, one by chine shops completely gone. Not: so But with each razor there were only 1-who are cleansed-ready to be chan- FEEN-A-MINT.relief, helping you.Tastes feel swell good again., is handy Try

one, and started straight down for much as a gasket left to see us three; packages of blades, so we saw nels for the conveying of God's power -' and economical.A generous family supply

us. When they were down to about through this war, with the factory. beards in the offing. to a needy world. costs only

fifteen' hundred feet, they leveledoff halfway around the world. "Bulkeley had heard about my III. Doing God's Will (Acts 4:13, ,FEEN.A.Mlr l0

and began unloading. Of coursewe "Also he said the Cavite radio hand from a pharmacist's) mate and 18-21).

"gave our boats full throttle and had been hit. That still left the asked me if I could stick it for two The' way of life of God's leadersis

began circling and twisting, both to short-wave voice stuff to talk with more days until he could relieve me. not an easy one, but it is a simpleone. WNU-7 18- 13

dodge the bombs, and; to get a shot Manila or Bataan or the Rock but He himself had to be on call for They do God's willnothingless

at them. Our gunners loved it- of course this couldn't be secret consultation with the Admiral, while nothing more, and nothing else.

it 'was their first crack at the Japs.I from the Japs, so they would be depending they needed DeLong and his boat for What could be more delightful?

remember Chalker's face; he's a on our six boats for courier courier duty. I said 'sure.! Peter and John had spoken the

j machinist's mate from Texarkana- duty to 'relay all confidential stuff." "But the next few days were hell. truth and declared salvation to be
shootin' "So I wasn't said The whole arm began swelling and
Texas boy. He was pour- surprised, ,
of Jesus (v. 12))
in the name
! ing 50-caliber slugs up at them, cooler Bulkeley; "when early the next my hand was the size of a catcher's Certain talkers within the May Warn of Disordered!

] than a pail of cracked ice, but morning 1 got a hurry call to report mitt. The nights were worse becauseI who easy tell us that we'must not Kidney Action
I that long, straight, pointed jaw of his to the Admiral in, Manila. As couldn't lie down for any length of Modern life with Its hurry and worry
broad to
but enough see
was set. Houlihan, who was firing our 34 boat cleared the mine fields time. Also I had to keep my arm be narrow Irregular habits, Improper eating and
salvation in all religions had bet- drinking-its risk of exposure and infeo-
the other pair of 50's, was the'same. around Bataan, looking over toward held up, or blood running down intoit tion-threws heavy strain on tho work
They'd picked out one plane and Manila I saw something very queer would drive me nuts, and it stiff- ter read that verse again. of the kidney a ft?. They fail to arc filter apt excess to becomeovertaxed acid

'were pouring it up"into the sky, when -shipping :of all descriptions was ened that way., The doctor at Mari- Because they had preached Christ, and other impurities from the life-giving

we saw the plane wobble, and pret- pouring out of that Manila break- veles kept offering me morphine, butI and for no other reason, they were blood. I

ty soon she took off down the bay, water into'the-open harbordestroyers didn't dare. There might be an imprisoned then released on condition headache You may dizziness suffer,nagging getting up backache nights. I

,weaving unsteadily smoking, 'and mine sweepers, Yangtze River emergency where we'd have to get that they would not mention leg pains, swelling-feel constantlytired I
,nervous,all worn out. Other signsof
all at once, two-or three miles away, gunboats, tramp steamers all going the boats out to sea quickly, Bulke- Him again. What a splendid opportunity kidney or bladder disorder are sometimes '
she just wobbled down,into the drink hell for breakfast. And then I saw ley had left me in charge, and mor- for a smooth and comfort urination.burning' scanty or too frequent

with a big. splash. So we know the them-a big formation of'about twen- phine might make me sleep so hard able compromise! They could preachbut Try Doan'i Pill Doan's help the
35 boat got one. Meanwhile the 31 ty-seven bombers.: By then I was I couldn't waken for an air-raid just leave out Christ. Did they kidneys to pass off harmful excess body

boat had shot down two more. After beginning to learn that if we saw 'alarm. The worst thing was the do it? No! (vv. 19. 20). waste.century They of public have approvaL had more Are than recommended half&

that the planes didn't bother straf- planes in the air, they would be flies-they: kept buzzing around try- Obedience to God was paramountwith by grateful users everywhere.Alk .

ing the MTB's. Guess the Jap pilots Japs, not ours. Then came another ing to get into that _open incisionin them, and it must be with every flour neighbor

back at their Formosa base passedthe formation twenty-nine, and_ still my finger as I held my hand up genuinely Christian leader in the
word around. another of twentysix."If in the air. And also-I_ was runninga Church.' Nothing else will do, nor
'"Wewent ,on back to Cavite-anu they were after shipping, 'we little fever-about four degrees will it have _the blessing and ap-

offered!to, carry more, _wounded. The shouldn't, get too close to the other TO BE CONTINUED)


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.' '' old man loved to spin a yarn '
.,': .. around the general store stove. 9 Manufacturers and merchants sense the .-
of the Early they began usingit
"Well, sir," he was saying this power press.
facts and ideas
time, "so there I was-pinned to the to carry their advertising
tree by fifteen Injun arrers. And into homes. And they found it a most
there I stayed for nigh a week." profitable way in which to tell their storyto
i "Uh-huh," put in a young fellow, buyers. And the buyers iaturn foundit
those who were
winking at the others, "but didn'tthe profitable to deal with
", New Pastor-Do you think the con- arrows hurt you?" willing to state in 'print the values and
gregation approved of my sermon? The old man fixed him with a bale- services they offered.
{ Friend think so They were all ful eye. "Nope, son only when I
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'AGE FOUiiThe -
I NOTICE SOUTH RANGE. THIR YTHREfi those heretofore given for similar
Clewiston News I the tasks the Greater.> la : '(33)-.EAST: : sales will be delivered after Court

Ii ly on our shoulders to the" .sq-uare-I' Notice is hereby given that under IN ;SECTION 7: Tracts 1, 3, 5, ands approval be made is subject obtained.to Such Diston deeds Island will

i we live to witnessthe and pursuant to the provisions of IN SECTION 18: All Tracts 1 to 9 Drainage District taxes for 1943, and
every Friday In Clewiston,' Chapter 13,626 Laws of Florida, Acts inclusive, Tracts 10 11 and 12; subsequent years and to all other
J'ub1ished CLEWISTON NEWS. God. of 1929, as amended and other. applicable -. North and East of A. C. L. Rwy; taxes, tax liens and assessments whether -
Florida. by the Like Christ was crucified by an Florida Laws, the Board of ', All Tracts .25 to 31 inclusive; past due, current or future.
indifferent populace two thousand Supervisors of Diston Island Drainage,I IN SECTION 19: The East Half By order of the Board of Supervisors -
Receivers of Diston j
District and the (E1h); of Diston Island Dis
DO1VDEV. Editor )years ago to satisfy the greed and I Island Drainage District will, beginning I IN SECTION 27: All; trict. > Drainage
KEATIILEY i lust forpower of a group of selfish at 2:00 o'clock B M. on I IN SECTION 28: All less N'i of theN (CORPORATE SEALJ. )
i iI ,I day of June A. D. 1943,. at the County, % of the Ni of the NW4 and ,.- E. FRIERSON
and a great political tyranny Courthouses the City of Moore Ha the ,
priests I I 1 less N% of S'of the N ,i of G. H,
I so today, in our names, YOURS and,I vent redemption Florida prior offer to for date sale of subject sale the to I I INthE N:tJO of 29 the: NW The% ; East Half / R. Y. WILLIAMS.PATTERSON,

mall matterFebruary State of Florida is about described lands, the title to :Members of the Board of
Entered as second class 'I. MINE the I following I (EJh) of the Southeast Quarter Supervisors
I, 1927, at the Post Office in to crucify Faith :Mission, which is vested In the Board of Supervisors (SEi/i) of the Northwest Quarter land Drainage of Diston Is
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of of Diston Island Drainage (NWiJ): District.
of )
:March 3, 1897. Despite the amazing record District by virtue of the said land hav- I IN SECTION 30: The North Half JAMES E.
sold for and BEARDSLEY.
I of successful! ing heretofore been taxes (Nl.l )
twenty-one years I ; I!
certificates against 9I JAMES
outstanding M.
having IN SECTION 33: All North of ] COUSE
Subecrtptfon Rate ?2.0O I'er Year.AdTertidng operation, Faith Mission, because it I the same that have been all outstanding, and I mile canal less R. R. Rwy i I Co-Receivers of Diston Is-
has not been able to meet-every rule, I I. for more than two and years Hendry lying Counties IN SECTION 34: All north of 9 mile I land Drainage District
1 being in Glades canal
: Kates On Application. regulation, directive and edict of I Florida and more particularly described -I I IN SECTION: 35: All; ATTEST J. M. COUSE,

I our State Welfare Board and does as follows: County I In Hendry CountyIN 1 Secretary of Diston Island

Devoted to the advancement and wel- not grovel in the dust when the I, TOWNSHIP In Glades!,:FORTY-TWO (42) TOWNSHIP RANGE THIRTY-THREE FORTY-THREE I No.Drainage 113-May District.14, 21, '
1 ins RANGE THIRTX: '..L'VU3;:} (43) SOUTH 28 June' 4.
fare of Clewiston and Henary County. power that was Caesar's appears I :.EAST SOUTH: (33) EAST: I _
the form of an inspector or supervisor :- In Section Twelve (12), the following IN SECTION ELEVEN (11): All\
I North of 9 mile canal;
has been condemned to death. ,Tracts: '
8; IN SECTION TWELVE (12): All "
Tracts 1 and i\ V
j: Fred Cr Market, founder of Faith North of 9 mile canal except the
North 12 Acres of Tract 2; West Half (W,. ) of the East Half I
NATIONAL EDITORIAL j Mission still following the humble Lots 1 & 2 less a strip lf.5 feet E (E3fi) of the West Half (W:%) oft. INVEST 10% OF YOUR
teachings of the Master} says simply & W by 44 ft. N.& S in SW Cor. of the Southwest Quarter (SW ,i) and
I, Lots 1 & 2 Geo. and Gram Sub. except the West Half (W%) of the INCOME IN
I ,
best can
I94 : "I have done the Tracts 5 & 6; East Half (EIh) of the Southwest
I the best I know how. If the State W% of Lots 3. 4, and 30, II Quarter (SWIO; I
wishes to take these children E 1,2 of Lots 7 and 8, (43) SOUTH, RANGE THIRTY-FOUR
can. do better by them, I must accept All Lots 10 to ,23 inclusive, (34) EAST: War
All Lots 25 to 29 Inclusive, I IN SECTION SEVEN (7) : All that\ Bonds
1 it as God's will.-Sixty-one 32, 33, 36, Geo. and which lies North of the 9
All Lots 31, part
: :
......... :":":":":":": care'I
IQoox. : : : : :":":":":" ? children, taken from the loving Gram Subdivision of Tracts 5 & 6; I mile canal and West of the County -.

Christian home and turn- Lots 37 and 38 in Geo. and Gram Highway;
of a truly
Subdivision of Tracts 5 & 6 being intended And such part or parts of the above
I ed over to the regimentation and to describe all land in said described land as may not be redeemed -

Too Late To ClassifyBy regulation a political bureau subdivision the established lying on meander the land line side and of shown.on or before the date of sale above

KAY I "Forgive them, Father, for. they north of Lots 1 and 36; i Redemption of any part of the above
RUSSELL I described lands be made in the of-
know not what they do. IN Section Thirteen (13), the following the Clerk of Circuit Court
i Tracts: I ifcetho: county in hlchhe it is situatedon AFTER THE WAR YOU .

.................!...!......:..:.. :..:.:..:..:..:..:..:":..:..:..:-+:..:..) All South and West of A. C. L. or prior to 2:00 P. M.: on the 11th
- -- - Tires and Tubes- Rwy in Tracts 1 and 2; day of June A. D. 1943, by payment of WILL WANT TO
before any-I All Tracts 3. 4, 5, 7 to 28 inclusive, the amount due for taxes, interest and BUILD
Twenty-one years ago 30, 31, 32, 34 to 38 inclusive, 41, 43, penalties and costs in the manner provided I
one ever heard of Welfare Boards, (Continued from Page 1) 44, 47 to 52 inclusive less W 1% I bv law. YOUR OWN HOME. CONSIDER .
Community Chestsor Acres of Tract 52, 58 to 63 inclusive.N Any sale will be for an amount and
Social Security, Gray 1, George Noables 1, W. E. % of Tracts 29 and 53. W% of upon terms to be determined by the INVESTING
the New Deal, a kindly Christian Roberts 1, Philip McLeod 1, Cathryn Tracts 42 and 45, and .West 2 acres ;. Board of Supervisors of said District. PART
had given their lives to of Tract 64: but in no case will sales be made for
couple who Simmons 1, J. E. Hester 2. IN Section Fourteen (14), the following less' than the total amount of said OF THE, REMAINING 85%
ministering to others, established a Truck. Tubes: Riddle-McKay 6, Tracts: District taxes levied and assessed up-
I East 2 of Way of Lot 1; I. such land for the last two OF
acres on
Mission in Tampa. Bolton 1 E. years YOUR INCOME IN A
Gospel 4 B
W. S. Bowdon J. : ,
in. West 1.914 acres of East 3.914 acres I prior to the date of the sale thereof,
A tiny orphan child was placed '. M. Cornette 1. of W1 of Tract 1; together with all Interest, penalties,
destitute N of Tract 7 and costs accrued said two :
Although near Clewiston % ; on
their care. Tractor Tires: City of All Tracts 14, 15. 20, 23.- 2Jl.,. 30, 31, 34 taxes. At least that portion 'ycars'l Homesite
themselves, they accepted this charge 1, U. S. S. C. 1. to 39 inclusive 42 to 51 inclusive' ; purchase price equal to that part of .
and on bended knee asked the Fatherin In Section Twenty-two (22) : All said taxes levied for the last two years I
need. East of 3 mile canal; for maintenance purposes must be paid
Heaven to provide for their Plan For Revenue IN Section Twenty-three (23) : All; in cash and the Board of Supervisorshave
Their Faith was unwavering.That IN Section Twenty-four (24) : The in their discretion > determined I
of Faith Mission : West Half (W%) ; and the NW'i to accept in payment or for part pay-
was the birth Without New Tax of the NEH; ment of the balance of the purchase
Their good work became In Section Twenty-five (25) : The price thereof any obligations of the
came I West Half (W'fc) ; District, bonds, accrued interest thereon CLEWISTON REALTY:
known, and unsolicited help TALLAHASSEE, May 12-FNS) I In Section Twenty-six (26) : All: or past due interest coupons of the !
to them as their need developed. I In Section Twenty-seven (27) : All,[ District. The right to reject any and
"civic clubs, -Representative Leo Wotitzky of Fractional E% of E/fc ; all bids is reserved, and we will require I and
Church organizations, Charlotte and..Jerry Collins of Sara- In Section Thirty-four (34) : Frac- !I that cash portion of the purchase DEVELOPMENT
firms and individuals came bearing tional NE i of the NE% : price shall be paid to or deposited with I
and sota introduced in the House this In Section Thirty-five (3:>): All the District within ten (10) days
gifts of food, clothing, week a revenue bill that proponents North of 9 mile canal; after acceptance of bids and that the 1 I I CORPORATION
supplies. The Mission grew, other In Section Thirty-six (36) : All West ]I balance of purchase price shall be paid LI
if directed by an 1 contend should raise as much if not Half (W'S) North of 9 Mile Canal; within thirty (30) days after such ac- I
children came as I more than the proposed tax on ciga- IN TOWNSHIP FORTY-TWO (42) 'I ceptance. Deeds in form similar to
Source.In .
rettes and yet avoid the need for -".- -
all its twenty-one years Faith .
this or another new tax levy.
Mission has been true to its name.\ ,.

While! other orphanages and institu- measure Designated would House escheat Bill all 661 unclaimed; this wfWif (}rilifHl Wlit iti .. .k lLJ. _

tions held tag days, begged on the I in / YiJ 'r'
accounts now lyingdormant 4
streets demanded State aid or*conducted '
drives and campaigns, Faith! banks are unknown.where owners It would of such effect funds open SOLDIERS OR THETRANSPORTATION ;, ; ; ,,

Mission steadfastly forsoo'1all: but .
.,accounts: that have been .inactive for : Ifj" ; '
ONE appeal. With bowed heads ,._
they laid their problems in the lap seven years on which or more no deposits and savings or with-.accounts ., : FRONT i!.: :

of Him who said:' "Ask and it .
drawals have occurred for twenty )
shall be given you; seek and ye, shall ,;1 .. .: .
find." Their Faith was sorely tried, years or more. ....y. "., ...... .. -: < '
for on-numerous occasions they faced Banks would be required to list ';: ::<: :r x c -&(&i j ti, ; : s ufic t = *fw't W'r;&} txntr zr ; "
all such accounts, give public notice : : .t.1 1lt'P.
seemingly \ .
and other
.a bare cupboard > r
in a local newspaper and then cer- I .. Yti,... .. i.@. .:x-:.:' ."
insurmountable problems, but > :. : ..l'f'f) r ,4-*
\ \ :M
tify to the State Treasurer. The bill ; A *. : :
I "' "l
their unanswered ';
not once did prayers go further provides that anyone able to L." ': ;:\: :5 .... ..-.iJ..... ..r '';.t\3 .. .:..(.::. .'I ii.. :
lose $ ,.i! : : < .
and not once did they ; ; / .. .. ., ;::
prove that thfey are the rightful own I \ "., .'" .'!P ? ;;.;;.;;!. "; ) < ..,;i /4, .,.,.<...:1f'1 j.:(
: :4.\ \ ':
their Faith. )

Then came a miracle. A wealthy I er any of- time such within an unclaimed twenty years account after at 'i' : ;: :... .\{ ;S :. ..; r:. j; f ;. .: :

friend purchased for them a beautiful such monies are turned over to the -.. home the Gulf at Crystal : : i :. }Otff.h w l &
on the amount : iV6 >
state will be refunded 1f&. t *4, ,"jff,: --Xj. I.11
Beach from the squalid surroundings { ] ffa
and 1'j. : '{
due them by the treasurer. ? \ .t-qJsRl g L'S} a"'s ./iff
of a city's slums they, ..
; A similar the statutes : '' : sr1-
law placed on : ": ..., .:;"'''' o / :
moved to this lovely place where the I ; .. : '. rr. ;r > > '
of the State of Pennsylvania a '?:p .:::'.<::::...:Mf1i" U .. :l :K.'M.. ;!
r .
children could enjoy healthful sun- in mil- { Mak. .., +: $ ,mt 'O. ;'.;; rzf; # : fi-1: Jf..t
few years ago brought ninety ] :4N :(( ::--
shine and clean salt breezes. It was __. .. .vJ. ; Mf.il ii : .n.-:: p"Xrf.:
'I< :
amount .
small .
lion dollars, a very < tt' ) v'v\ '
"thanks b.+ 'd'a $ : '0 ... .._ -'-" ,, ,.. ,:: J-i $ ql.
indeed a" day of joy and :.JW" ry .A"E ,- .: it' }
which was ever reclaimed or re .. 1i:> TIt$ ;:
: .Jm 'v : :' = !
giving.I I funded. ::w t(4i: ,. 1 -- fli-1'! : 1.'. l rWfY'''>::<;.: : '::.:,,? J,:, ">,>.[ j':: ;.r '<.'. :11:.{i... .t.m. 'ri'.'t.,

have personally visited Faith) 4 ( "':' 5: :: .. ..f"y.. r..S. '?> '" ",
Proponents point out that millionsof ... >;.:::::>(:;: ..: ',,,, >" ','';''''; Y .' :: :: : ;.i' -'" $:.. JrtYf '' \
X'x '
: p < f -> :' :. : 1
Mission on many occasions, have dollars unclaimed, belonging to ;$t=W:: f } '-i;1tff ,. i/ ,: % .. -'p. } :

romped and played with the happy, parties unknown, now lie in banksof : : ::1 ;{ .:: \ > :" 1f"7: :; : : i: '!!i'f. ':. ?>

healthful children. My wife has tw :;::..ti < x'1% 4itft1! r.C*{:.. { ; 6'4.. ..::. ...:,.
this'state and as this money can- ,.... ". '.:....., ..... '* ..,.-. Y---": '" -f"" .'
made dresses for its little ones; our not be taken by the banks it only .., .'.>":'.:>;f.,,' ""'.l: .4.J. ..' ; ....'.:.:".',>_,'..'.'".' .,,: .....,..,->- I ioii: ,. ;. ; !..
q > I' ,, ::; :';: ...., "' 'j. W4I M; ,
: :
.. ?, .
: .
Church as have many others, has causes them extra bookkeeping. Andas .'.. 'l...:,:;:<''.>''.:....,"" .)>:. c7. .',. > '," ::: ; ;,...il: :.:.;m'm y -y
/ .: .
provided food, clothing and supplies. ; { i
ample provision is made to pro- 'S "kJ ifi
'f. :
} ,
Each I enjoyed the thrill of : x. < .. t : .1'F :. .
year addition- ,1111. .
tect such depositors for an : ":./ff.J: $* t / :' .. .J
taking Faith Mission children)]I i al period of twenty such leg- : # .. v"i r}(}
years ; :: 1N'w ;t $ .1. .
1 ep < yj .
:;" ,.. {: .. .-< .. .J "" :'{' j
through the Florida Fair. 1! islation would harm no one and at :':''::i') '" .::d>>>>: t..x..4k; ?:;:<:::;:jP'b. : :

Faith Mission to. me is more God's I I the same time provide the state ,with I if'y

House than any Church or CathedralI much needed revenue and make the

was ever in. The Spirit of the I levying 0 fany new taxes unneces-

Master seems to hover over it. yl sary.; .
i.SV1lNA''H1J1lYILiW I( : :Y'r;
MfLSti!'Ifl.SAVI.VL''A lNi r
do not claim to be a religious man, I Proponents estimate that the bill S KitiX; .Yfk7-

but I have always felt very close to will produce between' fOUl and five ..rr.
..;. .
my Maker when visiting Faith Mis- million dollars, more than Governor .;., V It. :>.

sion.I Holland stated was needed and for I c 1 I OU'VE met a man in pre-war days whose stock in trade is Service to : :j

have never seen better trained, which he proposed a 3c tax on if will. He's Florida I
I Il- Travelers. Courteous s.ervlce. you your ;
better cared for children anywhere.If cigarettes. J '

half the children 'in the private r4 Motor Lines agent. He IS still doing business at the_ same old stand, j 1' :1fj

homes of this -state were as well N O TICE I, and today his experience and travel knowledge mean more than ever ; }.1

looked after, we would not need to .

hang our heads in shame over our SUGARLAXI BUDGET DRAINAGE DISTRICT !t i lt before. IfIJ

ghastly record. of child delinquencyand His is a neighborly sort of iob-helping others. You'll find him busy ;

juvenile neglect. Faith Mission TAXES FOR THE YEAR 1043 with helpful dispatch of our men in uniform :f 11 ,
children I day his first duty-the
are not found in jook Notice is hereby given that in accord- I every > :

joints, brothels and police courts. ance 18287,with Laws tho of Florida provisions 1937 of the,Chapter Boardof -be it hurried leaves before the overseas adventure-or reporting i ) t'

Despite the millions we appropriate Supervisors of Sugarland Drainage f.j; tl

for welfare and social work, the District has caused to be prepared, a '.M to new camps. Sometimes you'll catch him figuring a honeymoon .' } :: '
budget of the Debt Service require- -
situation grows steadly worse instead ments and of the cost maintainingand Im'. trail, or charting' the course for a sweet old lady. His day IS packed r f" t,
of better. operating the works and Improvements -
stupidly prO- of the District and of admin- each with enthusiasm.
and he tackles assignment
with action r
vide laws, edicts, rules, directives, istering the affairs of the distrIct during r.tJ: i IIII'

regimentation and regulation, employ I day of the November.year beginning 1943,' and on ending the first on That's why Florida Motor Lines has an abiding affection for its t \

inspectors and supervisors to the thirty-first day of October 1944. of ra .>
do the work that only the individual Said budget shows the amount of Debt agents. They have won the confidence and gratitude our patrons if. :
Service Taxes and Maintenance Taxes :
heart and mind and soul can do per acre necessary to be levied upon : maintained at all times the high traditions_ of our service, In days: II' :: ::
the lands in Unit 1, and the landsin : :
and then wonder fail. upon I 111
why we
Unit 2 of said district for the year i I : : when war brings new responsibilities and complexities to travel. i, :.
During the past few years this 1943. : 1 :<< >1:

nation has wandered far from the The Board of Supervisors of Sugar- Miller's Drug Store -- --
land Drainage District will meet at ;
righteous paths pioneered br our 5:00 o'clock in the afternoon Eastern N Fla. t fy111t11
forefathers. We have become hard- War Time on the .2nd day of Juno, "A ,_J-i;;% Canal Point,
1943, In the office of the District In
ened and indifferent to the welfare Clewiston, Florida, for the purpose of
of others as individuals and have hearing objections and complaints }
with respect to said budget. and for iDA OTOI Ji4
turned to the worship of false godsas the purpose of transacting such other l ,
did the people in the day of Moses. business as may properly come before -
said meeting. 4
We have set up golden calves in the I Dated this, 5th, day of May 1943. I

form of political boards, bureaus F. DEANE DUFF,
and commissions to perform for us 108-May 7, 14. J I

I 1 .

:: MAY 14, 1943 .

'- -

I witt. Mrs.: F. E. Conkling won a I Joyce DeVane Linda Lee, Wanda I will be completed on that day. The

hand bag -as' cut prize and.,Mrs H. I I Kaye Bembry: Janet Casper Walker .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:... :..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..I steers 'will be displayed and explanations

hair ornament as con Nail, Jr:, Billy Lynn Brooks,. Paschal made of their feeding and of-
J L T.; Vaughn a
f f Personals I solation. 1 I Martin, James Fullwood, Billy I the results obtained.

Guests attending were Mrs. H. M. I Nall, Dwayne Waldron Nadine With The steers arc pasture!? fed with a

Case, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Mrs. W. Bembry, Sylvia Beatty, Jimmy supplemental feeding of homevjrownx

I H. Lanier, Mrs. E. L. Stewart Mrs. Knight, Miriam Nall, Wayne King, products, sugar cane molasses. an<\
Paul Bowflen David Twiddy, sweet potatoes..
\ ,6 S. W. Reeder spent the weekendin H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez
:Miami.: I Mrs. R. M. Bishop; Mrs. G. H. ard Twiddy and Freida RiCh-\\. !'M Our Boys I Dr. Roy A. Bair, agronomist will.
: conduct a tour of the pastures and
.\ :." Small, Miss Aubrey of New Iberia,
I discuss the various
kinds of ,
and :Mrs.: Ken Swayne spent Louisiana, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt Mrs. grasses
the week-end In Lake Worth. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs..1 GILBERT :McLEOD: CELEBRATES f in the there. He will also show the newer

W. P. Vaughn, Jr., Mrs. John Lucaa;I' 14TH BIRTHDAY TUESDAYMrs. 1 J types of grasses iiI the grass garden.
' J. R. Neller, in charge of the-
,: :Mr.: and Mrs. E. P. Ewing and Mrs. C. W. Fuller, Mrs. W. L. Lott,
Rack- I E. W. McLeod complimented t I Field Day, states that anyone wish...
in G. B.
of Moore Haven were visitors Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs.
son VonMach Mrs. G.I her son, Gilbert, with a surprise Service ing to bring a picnic lunch will be
.Clewiston Sunday. straw Mrs. M. E. {
theater Tuesday evening to welcome to the
party use station 'grounds
Pitzer Mrs.J. .
E. Powers, Mrs. G. N. .
'- ,,, Mrs. Oliver Sheppard and daughter M. Francis, Mrs. C. L. McLendon celebrate his 14th birthday. 1. for that purpose
Guests attended the movies and
visiting her mother Mrs. G. B. Thomas Mrs. L. H.I

Helen, are later had refreshments at Seminole ...N.. .. NN. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. I
;: in Alabama. Nash, Mrs. I. O. Bishop, Mrs. N.N.N. N N N N N N N N N N N NNN NNN N

i. __ W. E. Bolton, Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs.F. Drug Store. Those attending .were I I II FOR RENT-Furnished four room.
" I Louise Prewitt, Mary Louise Thomas house. See H,
; if-" : Mrs.:: Wade .Hampton of LaBelle Deane Duff, Mrs. F. E. Conkling.Mrs. News from our boys is a little on I < C. Jones. Phone
,, Grace Ward Jo Ann Crouch, 19-
visited friends in Clewiston Satur- J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. Otto ] the slim side this week but it iSj Itp.
Vjf? I Frances O'Brien, Callie Davis, Gene I
, : day. ,Larsen, Mrs. C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. H. all good news. '1 1I --
Mills Ben Bolton:Sammy Young and <
,. ..r/ A. Bestor, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.R. .] I Bill Dilley has been transferred

L ;r:: Mr. and 'Mrs. J. F. Reahard spent C. Wilson, Mrs O. A. Jones, Mrs. Raymond Trice.. i I from Norman, Oklahoma, to Pur-I, $5.00 REWARDFor

. ?!', ,'. Sunday in Fort Myers visiting Mr. H. V. Briant, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs.C cell, Oklahoma and a card from I II

;:"., and Mrs. J. F. Reahard, Sr. H. Berner, Mrs. C. M. Pirkle, Mrs.: BAPTIST PROGRAM LADIES MEETINGThe BUSINESSAND II I Edith gives their new address, 529 i return of government

; : ': \ J. K. Rogers, Mrs. M.'W. Bigg, Mrs.A. West Brule, Purcell, Okla. Lt Dilleywas I II

..";1. -; ::\11'. and Mrs. T. W. Weeks, Mrs. ., O. Oliver Mrs. John DeValcourt,I Woman's- Missionary I selected to take a month's instruction -: envelope containing reg-.
,' .. < Lida C. Short and Mrs. F. M. Bars -j Mrs. F. E. Mueller, Mrs. W. D. I at the U. S. Naval Air istration card Social Security
I Society' met at the church Tuesday :
':" bee of Moore Haven were business King Mrs. John Kettl, Mrs.. S. L. Gunners Station in Purcell and will

:>. visitors here Saturday !I Crochet; Mrs. C. A. Martinez. Mrs.I afternoon program for meeting the regular of the businessand mnoth.. complete his course .there June 2nd., card, and birth rec.

I Morrison and Mrs. Harley Purcell is in
J. F. The Dilleys say that a
. I Mrs. Walker, Nall presided and the ord. Lost
r; Prof. Edward L. Beeson, principal Case. "Dust Bowl" of' red sand that Saturday between
Helen Bagley Circle, of which Mrs.E. .
,', of the Alva High School, was a I NEVER quits blowing and they;
.' Satur-I M .Cornette is chairman, was in City Hall building
:; Business visitor in Clewiston Littlefield-Haven much prefer the Sugar Bowl.
charge of the program. I
day.- I Mrs Fred Sikes led the devotional. and sugar house. D. SN
J. D. Hooker who received his diploma
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Haven of South The program was on the topic:
Mrs. G. B: McDuffie, Misses Mar-I of at the U. S. Naval Air Stationin Chambers Gen. De,
Clewiston announce the marriage Christian Schools. Taking part wereMrs ,
Yoder Renee Wethington and Jacksonville last week, is there
ian ,
I their daughter, 'Miss Flora Lee Haven Cornette, Mrs. Joe Elder Mrs. Clewiston. 1
Betty Mcbuffie were visitors awaiting his next assignment whichhe tp..
I to Lieutenant J. R, Littlefield Nail Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff and Mrs.
Haven Wednesday. will in Florida.
; Moore believes be
of the United States Coast Guard. E. F. Phillipi.
I J. D. has been taking a secret
The marriage took place on April Others attending were Mrs. Arch I
r'; Mr.:: and Mrs. Foy Durrence and branch of radio work 'which is all l
with Rev. Carlock Hawkes of Waters Mrs. M. t
20th S.
Hodges Mrs. C. I( \
Bonnie ,Faye, were : third ',
daughter he about that. He is a
) the First Methodist Church of Coral A. Thomas, Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs.R. can say Florist
, guests of Mr. and, Mrs. Donnie class aviation radioman now and has AgencyFlowers
-' Gables performing the ceremony in L. Marshall, Mrs. Jack Himrod,
: O. Durrence in Fort Myers. month of aerial scheduled -
a gunnery
the church. Mrs. J. H. Richards, Mrs. W. J. delivered here at no

, .;r. For her wedding the bride worea Roberson Mrs Ben Bolton and Mrs next, then operational trainingin extra cost. Other towns, any-
< : :Mrs.: E.. W. Durst left Tuesday for follows.
powder blue suit'with white C. R. Krueger. a plane where in U. S. add only cost of
; Alabama, to spend a short iterested in what Uncle
? Ensley We
pumps and accessories. Her flowers I telegram, ranging from 20 to
;; .?... while with Mr. Durst who is UIUNTY- Sam pays our boys and J. D. seems
were a corsage of orchids. CLEWISTON CO: 55 cents.
1 T < ployed: on a defense contract em-I to have chosen a well-paying
:. > Immediately following the cere- CHURCH MRS. SARAH E. FOU1'.T1f.INWestern.
.. -- branch of service. His base pay,
mony, the couple left for a short .John N. Montgomery, Minister Union Office
: :--c:" Mrs. A. L. Burke and baby daughter since graduation last week, is $78
in Fort Lauderdale. They are School. Classes for
stay 9:45 Church
:" >". .: have gone to Columbus, Georgia, per month. The secret work he has Day Phone 82 Night 2791,
residing in Coral Gables. all .
:'; \:.:.: to join :Mr.: Burke" who is stationed ages.11:00Morning' 'The learned means 5 percent more. Whenhe I
::; :>,. at nearby Fort Benning.Mrs. The former Miss Haven is a grad- Worship. finishes gunnery school! he will
Clewiston High School Secret of Successful Living. i
'! ',:/ uate of the ,
get 50 percent more for flight pay,
:: :: I. O. Bishop and Mrs. L. H.I and until recently, was employed as 11 :Congregational Meeting. and active duty will mean 20 per- I ., .
: cashier with the Dade Pharmacy in 6:30: -Junior Christian Endeavor.
' : of Fort Pierce I
Nash and baby son adds
: : cent more-which all up'very
.r i Beach.Lt. We welcome all who have no local IAIqNGt ALTERING
I Miami
' ,. of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence, '
\ the trouble to
{1 are guests nicely, if you'll take
... :
" :..if- .1 'ch ur h home to worship with us
.! .,,,: J. Nielsen. Littlefield's home is figure it.
t." r' -- Island and 'he' is now stationed at, every Sunday. ,Make this your I I J. D.'s work at the sugar officeon

f-\: Lieutenant (j.g.) R. L. Coker, Jr. the Coast Guard Air Station in Cocoanut church while: in the community.The the business machines would Mrs. Inez Pope
Session of Community Church ,,
S.: of Miami Beach was a visitor inI' Grove, !i have given'him a specialist rating as Millcrest Near Passenger Depot
has called meeting of the congregation -
: Clewiston for a short time Wednes- .. machine
$: :: I an International business
the close of the morning !! '
-. day evening. Clark-Ford I at "oJ.1el'ator, ,but, he is glad he decidedon (next,...door.... to" '.Bill' Allen's. ")
:: _. a : A<. ; worship Sunday: May 16, for the
x -w w f + *f *- A I I radio-gunner, as he couldn't
: .
\ of receiving and acting -
'. Captain and Mrs. L. H. Wilkins I purpose upon figure out, any way to kill Japs witha I
.": ;;,, have taken the Harry Turner resi- Miss Iris Ford of Frostproof and I the,,resignation of the pastor; to business machine. -

' -,. dence and will move there this weekend Conrad T. Clark of Clewiston were'petition presbytery to dissolve the *

... ': '" from the Clewiston Inn Apart married in a. quiet ceremony performed pastoral relation, to declare the pul- Wilbur .McGehee is another Clew
by the Rev John N. Mont- pit vacant and to take such steps..lS RENTAL HOUSES
I iston boy who picked a hot spot in
; in looking to the calling -
at the manse of the Com- are necessary
gomery the Air Corps. Hex is tail gunner of Mrs. Viola Stone's Estate are

"' i-: ..r Mrs.:: R. ,R. Hooks, accompanied munity Church Tuesday afternoon. of another pastor. I II I now and has been sent to Buckley'!) in charge of Mrs. Jewel Hooker.
,'" ,', Miss Florine Moore and Zerney I will meet in the church
by ,:Mrs.: William, Hooks of I The choir I Field, Denver, Colorado, for further I Two now vacant.

spent the weeken'd'.in. West Palm Meredith attended the couple.; Friday night.at. 8 o'clock. _, training, probably operational flight
" [ SEE MRS.
;;;, -' Beach with. 1Irs.V..' W. Hooks, who The bride is the daughter of Mrs.1 The present pastor of the church I training. .
s AA, '' is quite ,ill. Martha Jane Ford of Frostproof.She will leave Clewiston Sunday after- I concerning

resided in Clewiston, for several
I in Miami.
noon for a day or so
" > Mrs.:: J. F. Rowland of: .Miami months when she was ,employed in Tuesday.jnorning' he will proceed I and The made lucky it to ones Clewiston who had this, weekdidn't

spent Mother's Day here with her, the local Western Union office: Chaplain Training School in Wil-I

; ':parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey.'. Mr. Clark is the son 'of Mrs Fred liamsburg, Virginia. Mrs. Montgomery get to stay very long.
down from
: 5>- Her parents and sisters, Miss Laura) Topper of Clewiston and is a graduate will return to Clewiston to Mayport Robert for Kelly one came day with Mr. and. Johnson's Fish CampNear I
Clewiston High School.
of the
and Pat Bailey accompanied her to
| finish the school
> 48 hour leave
Mrs. E. E. Kelly ,
iJ Miami Monday. has been employed in the transpor- ( Hurricane Gate)
doesn't get you very far or leave you i
tation department of the sugar corporation Clewiston, Fla.

" Robert Kelly came down from the and more recently in rail- Missionary To China much time when you get there. However Boats and l\Iotors-Guide Service

U. S. Naval Base at Mayport where road work elsewhere He returned Is Ladies Aid SpeakerMrs. I Robert is lucky in being able I Rates Reasonable
down a
make the once
:; he is stationed, and spent Sunday I to Clewiston. to report with the He.n-I to Y-ip \V. H" Johnson, Mgr.

with Mr. and Mrs E. E. Kelly. dry County selectees leaving Wednesday ; whiles;

: and Mrs. Kelly met him in 1\11"1 I for Camp Blanding for military E. W. Durst, newly installed Bob Coker came up from Miami:

4 of the Ladies Aid Societyof the other evening for a short stay. 1 c
service.Mr. president
Palm Beach Saturday night.
-- i[ and Mrs. Topper entertained the Community{ Church, presidedat He has been transferred back to I J. WL COUSECounselor

., Mrs. H. L. Delaney of LaBelle I the bride and groom ,and their attendants the meeting of the group in the Miami Beach. We didn't get to see and Attorney at Law

spent several days here with her j with a dinner party at their Community Center -Thursday after- him, and so cannot verify the rumor Hopkins BuildingWediiesdajs

.. daughter, Mrs. H. H. Turner. :Mrs.I| home following the ceremony. noon. I I I that he's doing sea duty now. I'I'I and Saturdays

< ; Turner is leaving this week-end for 1 Mrs. Clark is remaining here with I Mrs. John A. Morrow led the devotional I -

Tampa to join Mr.: Turner, who is Mrs. Topper until her husband returns opening the meeting and Coast Guard Enlistment 0:30 to 4:00

. '-. '..' employed in the shipyard there for! for his week's furlough which then introduced the speaker, Miss I I

the duration. \I they plan, to spend in Miami.RaineyLee Irene Forsythe, a missionary to I Accepted At Ft. Myers .. --

China for who recently I
----- many years
MRS. EZELLE HOSTESS AT I was returned to this country. I Applications for enlistment in $5.00 REWARDfor

: BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY '-...,' Miss Forsythe addressed the group the U. S. Coast Guard, will now be

on the topic "The Heart of China i accepted at the Captain of the Port' return of two lost automobile -

..--r- Mrs. J.V.. Ezelle was hostess Miss Margaret Lee, daughter of and told many interesting experi- Base, Fort Myers, Florida, Lieutenant -

Wednesday afternoon at the meetingof Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Lee of Moore ences from her residence in China.Of .I A. B. Angle, Captain of the Port,. jacks. One a

.". her bridge club. First prize was\ Haven and William Charles Rainey, special interest, was her story: said yesterday. ,> ,

.> won by Mrs. Carl Johnson and cut i I of Clewiston, were married Saturday of the Chinese family which adopted I I Recruits, desiring to enlist, mustbe floor roller jack the

.....:., =prize by Mrs. R. C. Wilson. Both I night in LaBelle by the Rev. A. her as a daughter. The Chinese [ seventeen years old, or betweenthe ,

prizes were decks of ,cards. I M. Glisson pastor of the LaBelle mother had six sons but her only ages of thirty-eight and forty-I other a 10-ton hydraulic

The hostess served home-made ice Baptist Church. daughter had died a few years pre- five.

cream and cookies to Mrs. Dave The ceremony was witnessed by viously. The mother was reconciledto Requirements specify the applicants ruck jack Barney

". Alston, Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Mrs. H. A. W. Waldron and J. H. Tuck. the loss of her daughter becausea I 1 must be at least five foot six ,

R. Hall, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. C. E. The bride, is a member of the Sen- Christian missionary had taught I inches in height, have 20-30 uncorrected -/ Thomas Gulf Service
Lanier Mrs. ior Class of the Moore Haven High child at and I vision in both and mustbe or
., Miner Mrs.V. H. her that the was peace eyes I
Wilson. G'I I School and will receive her diploma for her. The mother! from diseases or
,.. B. Thomas and Mrs. the was waiting free malformi-I Station.
here at graduation then converted the family to Christianity ties. Copy of birth

MRS. H. M. CASE IS HOXOREE latter part of the month. including the Chinese girls, be presented upon application. I

:,. AT BRIDGE-TEA YESTERDAY After graduation'she will join her whom her sons chose for their
I;" husband in Clewiston where he is
: -- wives. :Miss Forsythe was adopted Cattle Field Day. Next
.' Mrs. Nicholas V. S. Mumford en- employed by the IT. S. Sugar Cor- as a daughter in response to themother's FOR SALE

tertained with a bridge-tea' Sugar- poration and they will occupy one I yearnings for her'OW1&1

land Recreation Center yesterday of the new homes in the Sugarland' daughter. Friday At Belle Glade Good Income Property
afternoon honoring her guest, Mrs. Park section.
The speaker told of the advent 'of Ven-
Harold M. Case. I -- Nine house on
missionaries into the remote Chi-I Another Live Stock Field Day will room
i' The rooms in which tables were\I PARTY CELEBRATES SEVENTHBIRTHDAY
nese provinces and of the splendid be held at ,the Everglades Experiment bed-
for-the OF
arranged Avenue.
work they had done and were doing Station in Belle Glade next ura
ed with Easter lilies decorat-I interrupted.The I 21 at two o'clock in
there when war Friday, May ,
snapdragons.Guest Barbara Jean Twiddy cattlemen Lots of
the afternoon. Farmers, ooms.
remembrances were given to a group of her little friends at A Society: postponed reports invitedto

Mrs. H. M. Case, the honoree and to party Tuesday in celebration of her from the recent presbyterial until I and all others interested are I cabinets. Thomas M.

Mrs. I. O. Bishop, Mrs. L. H. Nash, 7th birthday. Games were enjoyedand the next' meeting. In June, a covered attend the meeting. :

Mrs. H. V. Briant and Miss Aubrey. prizes were awarded. dish luncheon, will he held, celebrating -I R. W. Kidder, animal husbandmanin Boals Box 7308 Clewison -
the birthday of the local group. charge of experimental feeding at ,
First :prize, a bath set, was won Afterwards refreshments of cake I
by Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr.; second, and ice cream were served. Those Hostesses Thursday were Mrs.I the station, will give the results of tfnr.FR1DAy
Charles Mrs. E. W. Durst latest feed experiment. The feed- Fla.
Bolton, the ,
stationery, by Mrs. W. C. Oven; present were: I
and Airs. H. R. Hall. ing period on a group of forty steers j
Sharon Crochet,
third, an apron, by Mrs M. M. Pre- Alfred Meador



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LbWI JtL Drive for Tunis and Bizerte Speeds; iWNUSen ic, first.Carlyle.The any sort, shows. its best face at

Washington, D. C. Russ Nazis Locked in Caucasus BattleEDITOR'S Lint From a Blue Serge Suit: happiest heart that ever beat
Movietown is now offering bundlesof Was in some quiet breast
OVERSEAS LETTERS cash to William Saroyantryingto That found the common daylight
Many an American mother is ( NOTE: When opinions are expressed these columns they are those of sweet,
of the of
hearing from her boy: "Why don't Western Newspaper Union's news analysts and not necessarily of this newspaper.) get some manuscripts And left to heaven the'rest.JOHN .

write? I' haven't had a letter ___ __________ Released by Western Newspaper Union. ____ plays he once tried to give them VANCE CIlEN Y.

you from home ..for ages." And she "" ..r.... __ ,,'i' ,. ,...w.': ... --; ;. ,, gratis Not all the Johns at the No man ever became great or
Winter Garden of Eden door
knows she has written faithfully every : : ..: stage good except through many and
are dudes. Most of them are in uni-
day. great mistakes.Gladstone.The
form .. A short time ago a Broad-' .
The explanation is the U-boat, '" .:,: of
. way theater featuring vaudeville was a man's life
; which the war department regretsto unusual Now a theater without is the well spending of it, and
say caused the loss,of "several not the length.-Plutarch.
the vaudeville is an oddity Visitingfilm
million pieces of mail" during I
stars and other Hollywolves always -
first three weeks of March alone.
tell New York that
But still the mother wonders why
they come here to see the shows and
some of her daily letters don't get
enjoy a vacation By a strange
through. Even if a third of them
coincidence they always arriving
sunk her should have re- I
were boy '
in The Big Burg when their latest WHY'PUT UP WiTHCONSTIPATION
ceived 20 letters in the month. .
Y The Circus
R( pictures are Ringling -
Unfortunately, it doesn'tvork that
is always the best show in New
way. If she writes 30 letters a ?
York-outside, of course, of the show
month all those letters may have
The Big'Town puts on itself .
accumulated in the Port of New If you suffer from that com-
Tune-Pan Alley slaves are still try- form of
York or some other port waiting fora constipationdue
outward bound. Convoys ing, ,to dream "up a ditty with the to lack of "bulk" In
convoy appeal of an "Over 'There" your diet, dosing yourself
cannot leave every day or two. So, with harsh cathartics and
comedians in wrist-
Broadway are a
all 30 letters might go into one ship laxatives will give you only
'slapping war, accusing each otherof
temporary relief.;
and if that'ship is sunk her son will
,thefting quips and other lah-de- However,adding xzaLocc's
have mail for month.
1 no a dah An original comic is one ALL-BRAN to your regular
There is no solution to this problem diet and drinking plenty of
who filches a first from Joe
[ except to keep on writing. gag water will not only get at
Miller Or Joe Column. the cause of such constipation -
n'9 but will correct it.
COLONEL HOBBY ROSE T' The top bands never worry about KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN Is a '
Col. Oyeta Culp Hobby ,of, the .mxar2 the draft. get delicious breakfast cereal
'-'--' -" They can always
that, unlike medicinal
WAACs picked the telephone one
up American arms, ammunition and equipment were a potent factor in enough over-age tootlers because purges, doesn't work chieflyon
bright morning and called Col. stepping the fighting strength of French armies aiding the Allied cause they pay hefty wages Toscanini's you-but works principally ,
liam Slater of the war department'spublic up the contents of
zowie version of "Stars and on
in the Tunisian campaign. Above, Gen. Henri Giraud (center), French colon.
relations branch. your
"Good morning, colonel," she high commissioner of North Africa, is seen inspecting U. ,S. war equip Stripes Forever" brings out the Try KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN,
ment sent for French army use. goose-pimples like a lukewarm eat as directed, see if it
said. shower .. The years pass, and doesn't help you, toolIRRITATIONS!
"Good morning," colonel, .he re swing bands continue to shatter box

plied. VENGEANCE: TUNISIA: office records. The gloomy set, how-
"Colonel," she said-"I have been still insist the for swing
Nazis CounterAttackFighting ever, vogue
told by a large seed company that For lap ExecutionsStern music won't last .- What happensto

they want to name a rose after me. punishment for'the Jap mil-" stubbornly to delay the the,dimes, quarters and smackersyou

What would you think of my lending itary leaders responsible for the execution inevitable day of reckoning, Axis gave to the USO? Well, it S KR ID OF

my name to a rose-the Hobbyrose of American fliers capturedafter troops sought desperately to pre- costs them merely $100,000 a monthto ai EXTERNAL CAUSEacne
?" raid Tokyo was vent the Allied armies from further entertainment
last on for
year's provide troops pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
That was a new one for the cobad. -' promised by President Roosevelt, narrowing their last hold in Tunisia.On abroad-to mention one item ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
He chuckled, laughed it off, would and south fronts miseries with simple home treatment.
who said the United States both the north : What's become of the plans of those Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
and suggested that horticultural "hold personally and officially re 'German counter-attacks were fol- i movie stars who publicly announcedthat healing works the antiseptic way., Use
problems were out of his line. sponsible" all those who partici- lowed by successful Allied thrusts they would return to the stage Black and White Ointment only as dlrected.lOe,25e,50e -
In the end, the two colonels de-, pated in these crimes and bring- that wrested mountainous terrain when the $25,000 limit was big.news! Money-back guarantee.years tST Vital success.in
cided the question was too thorny to them to justice. from the enemy and forced the Axis cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
Black and White Skin Soap daily.
handle. .. ., That the Japs' barbarity was a armies nearer to their last-stand po-- Beginning of the End: Actors who
confession of their vulnerability to sitions. were starving a few years' ago are

RUBBER FROM OIL REFINERIESIt air attack was clear. This was'underscored In the north, the British' First now, using their salaries to invest in

has now been more than a year by Tokyo broadcasts army pushed southeast after repel- the stock market Broadway

since far-sighted Oil'Coordinator threatening to execute American fibers ling major enemy assaults in the 'recaptured some of the flavor of the
Ickes urged that synthetic rubberbe captured on future raids .over Medjez-el-Bab sector, destroyingmore Texas Guinan era after the Follies \ aches and pains ot

made by converting 1 small oil Japan. than one-third of the Nazi opened. .,, ., The gals are pretty, the RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAO
refineries, closed by gasoline ration- The reply to such threats was giv- tanks opposing them.In spenders are tipping well again and

ing, instead of building the mon- en by Maj. Gen. Henry H. Arnold, the north, General Montgom- the speakeasies ,(which will be raid-

strous new rubber factories which commander of the air forces, who ery's British Eighth army made important ed shortly) are crowded until sunup

will not be finished until 1944 and told his fliers: gains in the strategic hill The only worry the prospering

which require millions of tons of "Let your answer to their treat- country north and west of Enfida- theater managers are having is the N

precious steel and copper. ment of your comrades be the de ville which brought it closer to shortage of theaters to tenant all the 1
After long delays the first of these struction the Japanese air force Tunis. j promising shows now on the way

converted small refineries will begin their lines of communication, and Meanwhile, bombers of the Allied The people who are trying to
making rubber on May 1. It is the the production centers which offer tactical air force kept up constant: libel the show folks would get a sock Large Bo Well nctf hHBod'l -SnWl Sizt 60c]
Eastern States Petroleum Refineryat continue attacks the few IT III COOD DRUG STORES ir BY Mill.recent il tilts I
them the opportunity to against remaining in the teeth if they tried knockingthe I

Houston, Texas, and the results such atrocities." Axis-held airfields. actors to all those-men who are 530 Broad MCNEIL Street DRUG-Jacksonville.co.,inc. Florid }

promise to be astounding. To this Maj. Gen. James H. Doo- grateful to the Stage Door Canteens

Not a single new steel vessel, little, who led the Tokyo raid a year RUSSIA: '. One of the pet targets of the

pump, tank, or piece of piping, so ago added: "Soon our bombers will Caucasus Front Active Parisian Nazis (before France per-
badly needed for escort vessels by be there again, striking at the heartof ished) was also the stage and screen ,

the navy, have been used. Further- Japan until the empire crumblesand Continuing to employ ,"strive at I industry One reason Broadway :

more, the total new material of other they beg for mercy." any, cost" tactics, German armiesin lures I ambitious'' people: "Dark k

types amounts to only 20 per cent the Caucasus kept up full-scale Eyes," the play that attracted mixed

of the cost of the entire job. RUBBER: attacks against the Russians in the reviews, was peddled to the films ,

However this Eastern States plant Kuban delta despite heavy losses for $250,000. i
Showdown Oil
on I
and lack of success in the early r
will produce in 12 months enough
butadiene to make 2,000,000 tires, Rubber continued to be a contro- stages. Well known actors who quarrel

plus ingredients for several thousandtons versial subject as William M. Jef- Two objectiveswere included in over billing don't mind being anonymous -

of high octane gasoline per day. fers, rubber director, came to grips the Nazi plans, military observers in the radio soap-operas. It's

Also, because it was not necessary with Robert P. Patterson, undersecretary believed. One was to relieve So- the skeleton in their closets [,

to build new walls, roofs, equipment, of war, and Harold L. viet pressure on the enemy's bridge- When the song, "As Time Goes By," Y

this converted refinery will produce Ickes, petroleum administrator, in a head at Novorossisk. The other was was first introduced many, many I

butadiene at a cost equivalent to a dispute over the use of gasoline in to build up the momentum of a years ago constant repetition helped

little over $1 per tire, based on the the synthetic production program. drive that might be the prelude to ruin it. Over-plugging is killing it

investment.. Patterson, supported by Ickes, a new Axis spring offensive.As again Funny thing. Some mid-

., charged a statement that Jefferswas the fighting increased in in- town places are short of chicken,

BRITISH DEMOCRACYA weakening American air tensity, the activity of the opposingair which isn't rationed, but they have f

great deal is being written on strength against the Axis by reduc- forces was stepped up. German enough steaks Wonder what
the question "What are we fightingfor ing combat supplies of high octane communiques reported that the luft- some shows would do for titters if I

?" but if the American public had gas for the benefit of the civilian waffe was straffing Red supply there were no rationing. What ,a

looked in on the Servicemen's Can- synthetic rubber manufacturing bases on the Black sea coast. So- dull subject for jokes In spiteof

teen of-the National Press club on I schedule. viet communiques revealed that the crowded places, you see rela-

a recent Saturday afternoon, they Still at odds, with Elmer Davis, while Red airmen had broken up tively few drunks. They can't see t3

wouldn't have to be told Owl director, over publicity releases one enemy effort to ferry reinforce- you, either. ,Ha, ha The war .

One of the guests was a. British on the rubber program, Jef ments across the Black sea to Novo- has made a casualty out of cafe

naval officer, ,Rear Admiral S. R. fers briskly took on his two new opponents rossisk, the Germans had succeeded society. Civilization, in short, has ., !
later in providing substantial ,reinforcements made some progress ., People
Dight, famed,in the British navy for declaring that their charges \ I
his toughness in battle, and the salti- called for investigation to bring out for their army in the must be starved 'for amusement.

ness of his sea yarns. At the Press the true facts to the public. Caucasus bridgehead. Some masters of ceremony are not

Club canteen, he more4han justifiedthis only tolerated by audiences but are
latter reputation to American PACIFIC : POSTWAR FINANCE: actually applauded. Oh, well. It's J .I

soldiers sailors and marines better than playing with a knife and
Congress Holds Reins
U. S. Fliers Busy %
flocked around him. cutting yourself. \ I
However, it wasn't until the party From the Aleutians to New Voting to extend for two years th i

was about to break up that the ad- Guinea, American airmen continued, President's authority over the Don't ask friends appearing on the Many of the indescribable insects I I

miral came into his own. their assaults on Jap airfields, ship- $2,000,000,000 currency stabilization stage to get you free tickets. The 'that swarm the battlefronts

It isn't every day that an admiral, ping and ground installations. fund, the house adopted an amend- only way they can get them to the "plaguing the life" out of our soldier .t !
British American ment designed to prevent the use of hit shows is to buy them Many -die before the lethal blastof
or joins
a song- Liberators, Mitchells, Lightnings
I this in the $5,000,000,000 in- chorines now FLIT and our other insecti
former girlesk
fest with and soldIers but I money are
gobs Admiral
and Warhawks made 15 raids on the .
ternational banking fund proposed by earning bigger coin as charmers in cides. j
Dight sang popular Americanairs at Kiska carrying the totalof house flies
enemy As for common ,
with gust and enthusiasm for Treasury Secretary Morgenthau fora high;, class musicals The reason
forays on this menacing Jap installation -, mosquitoes, moths, roaches, bed-
half an hour. to more than 100 in the postwar world bank. you see so many beggars ,around bugs and other domestic pests-
''Finally American The senate had previously withdrawn the show district at curtain time is 'em. 1
an called course of,,a single'month. FLIT slays 'em as it sprays
out: "Let's sing"this one for the the President's power to devalue that they know showgoers are in a FLIT has the highest rating es-
admiral-For He's a Jolly Good Fel- In the Solomons, Yankee fliers bat the dollar while approving better mood Producers used to tablished for household insecticides
low!" tered Jap positions in four air raids, continuance of his power of'the sta- fight among themselves to collar a by the National Bureau of .

What followed was probably the attacking Tonei harbor and Kieta bilization fund. backer or "angel." Now angels run Standards. the AA'

lustiest rendition of that familiar and smashing at Kahili and Munda. In effect, the house amendment after anyone with a manuscripttoinvest Eating.

tune ever heard in the nation's capi- From Australia, Allied aircraft introduced by Representative Reed Some of their dough gatheringdust Be sure to ask for '
.' tal., More than 100 soldiers, sailors made 10 forays in a single day, destroying of Illinois gave congress control in the vaults '. Some places FLIT-the knock-out :

and marines joined in the tribute to enemy planes and straffing over the $2,000,000,000 stabilizationfund give you all the sugar you want. killer-today!

Admiral Dight, who looked almostas Jap base installations and occupied and the proposed postwar- bank- Others, ,like Schrafft's, hand you

happy as if he had just won a villages. Rabaul and Ubili, New ing fund. House leaders indicatedthat only one lump You don't haveto

naval battle. It was one of the Britain, the Saidor area of New congress would provide funds be a genius to discover a hit .1t'oorpo..tH

things we are fighting fordemocracy. Guinea and ;Laga on Timor island for the latter, in the event it was movie. Most Music Hall clicks were
.were* the principal targets. set up. chosen by the votes of employees.


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, j' WitH Vitamins Plus Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu wide-open pennant race are almost able cotton tape.. from the burners of a. gas or elec-
non-existent.: tric stove.

Braised Liver and Onions Far a while it A variety of pray materials is .e-

i ; 4 ? Whipped Potatoes looked like the essential for a child's all-around Mixed with salt, vinegar will

: Parsleyed Carrots Browns, the Red development. Toys are needed for clean discolored copper, brass and

; Green Salad Sox or someone vigorous physical activity, for ma- silver, and remove'ink,stains,from

' f ti Enriched Bread Butter else would throw a ,.. nipulative and, creative. play, and the fingers. Diluted with water, it
: I 1 Y g Orangeade Refrigerator bomb into long Joe reign McCarthys for dramatic play. will clean gilt picture frames.

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Pudding ;The, Yankees have -

: :t" : *Recipe Given lost Joe DiMaggio, Spread Made From

JI JII 1 w. Y.. Phil Tommy Rizzuto Henrich, Red, Your Old Bed SheetsA O_ -

2 tablespoons chopped chives or Rolfe.., Buddy Has:
JIl I A green onion sett, Red Ruffing Red Rolfe NY pretty flowered print may
2 chopped pimiento
tablespoons and several others. be combined with the side

- \i cup chopped celery Obviously .the, Yankees. 1943 strips of sheets that are good after City on Seven Hills

Paprika couldn't be the team- of old. Toe the center part has worn out. A Newton, Mass., is a city built on

2 cucumbers many good men 'were gone.. But 'good section may be cut from the seven hills, as was ancient Rome.
" 1 1 medium sized onion just take a Took at what they have center bottom too. The diagram

'\, 2 large tomatoes left-it's still quite a ball club. a _the left'gives all the dimensionsyou

Crisp greens give you plentyof 2 carrots The Yankees should have the. best need ,for making a spread for FOR QUICK RELIEF

vitamin A, B and C. Assemble French dressing pitching staff in.the. American :
them in your salads and get plentyof Salad greens league. .No other team in the cir CUTTING DIMENSIONS :.

health insurance-you ,don't need Rub mixing bowl with 'clove of cuit can match Ernie Bonham, At- USING OF 3 OLD BEST PARTS 1 7 -A Soothing" 1 WgT

points to shop for these. garlic. ,Add cottage cheese"", salt, ley Donald, Hank Borowy, Marvir +3& SHEETS !!: ANTISEPTIC S.A S W
and paprika. Foldin Bruer Spud Chandler and the oth FLOWERED = ,.
'" 15t 20 I6i I9 S19 'dl 2W6II Used by thousands with satisfactory re
", What's the pep appeal of your chopped chives, ers McCarthy has on hand. It isn't + eults for 40 years-six valuable ingredients.
" meals these days? ,It should be bet- Get Carboil at drug stores or writo
pimiento, celery. reasonable to assume that the club Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Term.
;."' ter than ever be- Turn into 'a bowl : wily manage to hang on to all of its I

-,< "..., fore with. spring' that has been / pitchers during the season, but Bon '

,. vegetables dotting rinsed with cold ham, Chandler and Borowy, unless
, the markets colorfully s 0 water. Chill in called to other fields, should be good 6, aye GET RHEUMATIC PAIN

':'_ in greens, rc refrigerator. Un- f for a minimum of victories.. :; 4 2SIDE STRIPS AFTER
' : '. and reds. OFA SHEET With a MedielDi that will Prove Itself
yellows of
mold on center
The tougher job comes when you ,
_ ':'J. Many vitamin large salad plate surround with watercress l If you'suffer from rheumatic painor
' try to evaluate the remaining en- I; --i IDESTRIP, muscular aches buy C-2223 todayfor
.-- '. and mineral laden fruits are just thin cucumber slices, onion Z6
: ; tries. But here's how we figure b i I CENTER END PIECE real pain-relieving help. 60c, $L
:J :t coming into season so _you homemakers rings, carrot flowers, tomato they'll finish the current season' Caution: Use only as directed.'First
:J '.' should have no trouble getting wedges. Serve with french' dress- bottle purchase price refunded by
AMERICAN LEAGUE a double bed from the good partsof if satisfied. Get C-2223.
;tf ;: ,, your quota of two fruits, two .ing. druggist not
: '::1: vegetables and a citrus fruit into New York Detroit three old sheets put together

.:J ",'-, your family's diets. 4 Boston ChicagoSt. with six-inch strips flowered ,cot-

;; ..j,;;.: Remember vitamins and minerals Louis Washington ton material of about the' same

.,' :-,.'; work hand in hand to give your Cleveland Philadelphia weight. l tl i isotli I

, ...:;:: body health and ,The second-place choice is the disturbing Here, the figured goods is in a '3' ta
l' >, pink and ''white pattern that is GET RICK!
: to keep it in good factor. Back,of the Yankeesare
I ,:ii ? workable order. four ,clubs which' might move especially effective with the white '" Sensational New Edition-just oat,

:r. :\'.: Q Most vegetables into the ,No. 2 spot. Boston finished muslin. It ,is also used to trim can solre your financial problems and
have many of second for the fourth time in the, the curtains made from'old sheets. teach you in simple language how to '
both minerals and Another interesting color note is DEMAND and GETyru
five last
past years season, winning
titan the riches tlw scoria
f : vitamins. It is in- the mats of the pink and white ma- of of
; 93 and losing 59. But their pitchingis GET YOUR COPY TODAY
teresting to know going to be :good. terial used for the row of framed' Sou pnjuU I.r IHBEE EOIUU(BHnfeblc)
that (let- photographs over the bed. It also JOHN ZIMMERMANP.
greens P. O. Box:: 30(, Cranford,New Jenej
., tuce, parsley, watercress, turnip Hottest TeamThe edges the full white lamp shades. ,
: etc.) rich not in Si. 1
greens, are only
Browns were the hottest teamin
iron that makes for good, rich blood, the loop last year and have a NOTE-The new book 9 which Mrs.
'; but also in vitamin A which pro- Spears has prepared for readers shows .
driving manager in Luke Sewell. numerous ways to make, repair and remodel -
motes good health of skin, eyes, and finished in with SHELBY
They third place last things for the home. It contains 32 SHAVE
keeps you buoyant and full _of en:' ... ......._.. ... year with 82 wins and 69-losses. It Illustrated pages and costs 15 cents. Please
ergy. The greens get a nice big mall requests for booklets direct to: AND
was the first Brownie team to wind .
A salad bowl that's popping
' star. for being rich in Vitamin C,
full of health with, its tomato slices up in the first division since 1929.
t ': necessary for health of, teeth and .
This year's team appears strong. .
(vitamin C) lettuce (vitamins A and SHARPER
bones; and for quick healing of Bedford Hills New York
I wounds. C), bananas (A, B, C), green pep- Lou Boudreau, youngest'manager Drawer 10 BECAUSE:

Don't be surprised when the pers (A and very much C). in the major leagues, believes his THEY'RE
y Cleveland Indians have better thana Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 9.
greens come in for a nice share of p /j! THINNER
honors for vitamin B, also. That's Here's a vegetable that makes a fair chance of winning the pen Name...............................

/ 'the vitamin necessary for normal main dish when combined with mac. nant. But his opinion isn't shared Address .........:................... or double single edge edge
"' nutrition. aroni by other managers and experts. Louis

Easiest way to keep most of the Green Pepper Stuffed With banking on what he sincerely believes 4 for 10 C

vitamins intact is to the Macaroni. is as good a pitching staff as
F serve vege- Manufactured and
Bride Carried
guaranteed by
: tables raw-as you would in a sal- (Serves 6) there is in the league. High i iI ii I Federal Razor Blade Co., N. Y.

;;: :}*,:;' ad. The same goes for fruits. Don't 6 green peppers Quite a few sports writers figure i

let either of them soak in water or I '1 cup cooked, elbow macaroni the Indians for third place. Of 74 Among the strangest wedding I.
: '< stand uncovered in the refrigerator % pound grated American cheese writers conducting a recent poll, six customs the world are those of.

-the 'vitamins seem to evaporate 1 cup soft bread crumbs voted Cleveland first place honors, the Bugis tribesmen of the.Celebes

r.: quickly, especially in the case of teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 16 placed them second and 27 booked in the Dutch East Indies. '

vitamin C, so easily lost by cookingor Yi teaspoon salt them for third place. The remain- When a woman is to be mar- .

leaving exposed to air. Cut a/slice from top.of ing votes were from fourth to sev- ried, it is necessary for three days 4.k
green pep-
Keeping vegetables well refriger- enth place. before the ceremony that her feet ...
per, scoop out, and in boiling *
,j-- ated insures at least a good degreeof salted water for 5 minutes. Drain. Prospects for the Tigers aren't too do not come into contact with the ,

vitamin preservation. Keep them, Mix remaining ingredients, saving' bright, although Dick Wakefield, for ground. During this period she is ,

.;', covered, too! % of cheese for top. Fill peppers mer Beaumont outfielder, may give continuously under the influence of

'= Arrange your crisp raw fruits and with mixture, stand upright in pan the team a necess'ary shot in the drugs administered to her as she Keep the Battle, Rolling
':. vegetables attractively. If you'd like and sprinkle remaining cheese over arm. Wakefield, who hit .345 last is carried about on the shouldersof
to have some fun, really, then take top. Bake in a moderate oven 25 season, is counted on for a regular members of her family. With War Bonds and Scrap

out the old geometry text, and follow minutes. outfield berth.Trouble .
.'. some patterns find thereinthey're
::. you Jaded appetites will respond Ahead '
fine inspiration for attrac-
tive appearing vegetable and fruit quickly if you serve this delectablecool The White Sox are going to have

1, dishes.. pudding: more than their share of trouble SA VI :

Cottage Cheese-Vegetable Salad. Orangeade Refrigerator Pudding. this season., The team has 24 players : I .
;, (Serves 6 to 8) (Serves 9) in the armed forces and six
-.. 1 tablespoon gelatin others jobs in I
..: 2 cups cottage cheese / remaining on essential
1 14 cup cold water industries. Still it's'a
garlic clove (optional) seasonin
" :.: 1 teaspoon salt 'V/z cups orange 'juice which anything can happen. Jim.
j. Vz cup sugar ,my Dykes, White Sox boss, may not WITH CEREALS ,j
Vs teaspoon salt have been whistling to keep up his

2 tablespoons lemon juice courage when he, said that "any

Lynn Says: 2 egg whites team able to put nine men on, the
Fresh as. a Day. in May: So will Vi
J cup sugar field all year has a chance to win'
be your foods if you keep them 4 cups oven popped rice cereal the championship." any time of day .
properly refrigerated. Desserts 34 cup melted buttercup ,
cool off and One thing is fairly sure during 2
you keep your ap Vi sugar 10
these times of trouble and uncertainty
petites frozen unjaded, if they're to be Soften gelatin in cold water. Heav -the Washington Senators and the Let cereals help you solve 9 3
belong right freezer.
orange juice, sugar and salt to boil- Athletics 4
Philadelphia are not fig wartime .meal-planning
Meats and fish are safest your
ing point. Add softened gelatin and -t;,
d. kept right under the freezer in a stir until dissolved. Add lemon juice ured as contenders for the flag. problems. Use them often. 5
G 1
'I meat-keeper if you have one. and cool. When mixture begins to The Senators finished in 'seventh for breakfast, lunch, or supper .
"j i Milk place last year and, unhappily, most
cream and beverages
are thicken, fold in stiffly beaten
egg sports writers are enthusiastic in to save time-work-
-- stood alongside the freezer unit. whites to which sugar has been
Custards, puddings, butter and added. relegating them to the same spot in fuel-other foods! ._
staples fill the middle section 1943. The team has little pitchingand
Crush cereal crumbs fine and mix practically no infield. It does
nicely, are easy to get at.
with melted butter and Dis-
sugar. outfield
: Leftovers a hard-hitting includingBob '
tribute evenly in bottom of a square Johnson former Athletic (
slug- :
: ahead, salads ,
; some fruits and
berries are well refrigeratedwhen pan and press down firmly. Pour in ger. But it takes more than a good ups
orange mixture. Chill in refrigerator. outfield to win pennants.
kept of
shelves.. The on humidor one the lower Cut in squares'when firm, and Philadelphia was the next thingto CORN.
or crisper
means just that for it keeps those serve with whole orange slices ,and a unanimous choice for the cellar 5 .
fresh fruits and vegetables crisp whipped cream, if desired. spot. Sixty-one of 74 writers partici-

and well refrigerated.. Lynn Chambers welcomes you to sub pating in the Associated Press sur-
j The storage bin at the bottom mit your household queries to her problem vey voted the Athletics eighth. Con- .
clinic. Send your letters to her at Western nie Mack begins his 43rd as
1 year
of the refrigerator is
usually non- nt
210 South f5E
Newspaper Union Dcsplaines
refrigerated and manager of the A's with a team that Kellogg's Corn Flakes are rakv9?: '
gives splendid Street, Chicago, Ill. Don't forget to enclosea 't' 'rr{ ;
won only 55 and lost 99 last year. stored to WHOLE GRAIN NU
to cereals crackers
storage and stamped, self-addressed envelope for
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THE CLEWISTOX NEWS hrrntsa'\:' 14. 194

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continued for the remainder of; which Dr. Robert MacGowan is dean.A 4.077.36

RACE" i and two alone. | musical program by the Florida MAINTENANCE AND' REPAIR-PLANT AND EQUIPIEwr-- I
the years
HEW "SUPER is written by J. M. :j Southern Singers under direction of Labor ....?.._,._..-....._.. ..?......__ ._.,. ,,._..?_ .. _..___?
The article Dr. George L. Tenney will be pre Material i : ..:....;....=;......._ ?. :==?__,=. ._.:_= __?._?._ tH'
Sheppard, who is special con-espon-\\ Auto expense and mileage 1. _:::=.._...! ._.... .._ 3
PLANNED BY FORMER dent for The American Weekly in I seated in the'' chap(. Supplies and small tools ?..............._:...:;....__...__........._... .......?....:_., 10.54a
the second' During the afternoon a swimming ,
Ecuador, and is
Quito, -! is planned, and after dinner a .. 476.77'
Marian has appeared party I-

\BLADES(; CULT GROUPMarian article as chief in character. formal party. will be staged In the :MAINTENANCE Labor-Distribution AND REPAIR system-_OTHER_._...._..._..._......__._?__?._....._, _... 2!>7.92
I drawing room of Joseph-Reynolds Material-Distribution ...__......._.._..._.._........_.__.___..._._..__ 182.37
hall. i! Labor-Meters .:........_?...._........._.?._.?..?__??_.___..-....._._.........._.. 23.72
--- I Clewsiton Senior To I 'i Material-Meters.-------Material-:Meters:. .........._......-.?._...??_....-..?,._?.?....__...._.--...----.-. ,
to a .
Windlsh and John 'VierJo'l I The week-end comes j I -'. '
in the college ,, 505.17
of a strange group : College after dinner
kwo members Visit So. -
cafeteria and attendance at GENERAL AN D ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSE' 4
Vfco lived for two years a primitive j CollegeIIeights Supervision .... __,._ __., % 1,250.0ft \ ,
LaBelle, I --- i iI morning worship service in I Office salaries :::::-::::::.-::=:.?__'._"..?".?"::._____"..:_",::.:."'.:-..':='?._ 1,630.41: :
tHe in Devil's Gardan, near May 13-(Special;) church.Molasses I Auto expense and .._....____._. ; ...?......_?.,.,_ 2S.40 .;
members of a "fruit-eating cult"are LAKELAND, Stationery and office supplies" .__.:.:_....._...........___...__ 322.42rostage
*as publicized again, I-Miss Marianne Jones, Clewiston I I I ._.._..-......,_........-..._........_.?.,_.___....._,..,,.._*__...._......._..._.___...._.. 0..0 n '
being widely' senior, will represent Is OplC- Telephone and telegraph ...._..._......._.,.._.?..??._,...._._,?___...._.. 21.9:
this time in connection with an even .high school 'I Insurance and surety bonds .._____..__..........__.______ 229.3Z
experiment in her school in Lakeland this week 1 Dues and subscriptions ..._._...._...._....._.__:..._.___..._:..._....._......_._ 17.00
stranger but similar will be a guest of]1 I Ai Legal and professional fees ._......_....___._..=......._.....,...._....... 8.75
the South American jungles ofEQuado end wh
i i[i Florida by Dr. Ludd M. Spivey "Florida! High Protein M61asses" 3,592.61

A long and lavishly illustrated *r- !.I calling attention to its value above .. -
!I president.
tide in the current American Weekly attempting have every that of molasses from other areas. OTHER Interest on Revenue: Certificates .._.._::.?...._ .: .:,..:..,..., .:.,.$ 2.936.11 '
magazine section widely distributed -j: "We are I has always been a demandfor Interest on meter deposits ......__._._._._..__.._.'... ::..........::... 131.23:
a school in the state represented I I There of discount certificates ...._._._.:.:_:_:. 140.60
Amortization on
over the nation as supple- I high Dr. Spivey said,, molasses and most of that pro Amortization of financing fees ....___.....___......._._._;.._.......:.?, 65,29Bad
'm nt to scores of Sunday newspapers, for. this gathering about, 200 invitations [ duced here has been shipped in this debtsDepreciation....,.._._._..._...__........__.._..?_._..._'..__0--.__._....?_..:... -:7': : 18.09
that .
describes the experiment I and two explaining mailed. I country. However the decline in : :.:

'who are taking part, but :few lien- have been college freshmen shipping has reduced to nothing the Electric plant and equipment .._"._._..._....,..._..._.:.,_.__...,__.... 1,346.14 -
dry County residents recognized the The prospective afternoon t off-shore shipping and now there is Water plant building and structures _...__.......___.._ ..;",_ 399.12
form- will arrive in Lakeland Friday '. distribution' system ... .. ....:...:- '... 1,052.2-1
Water plant
pictures or the names of their May 14, in time for dinner, I a greater demand in the United l'l'I .1 Office furniture and fixtures ,....._...-...-_-_-_,-_._-...-.r.....,...:-.-..:"... 10.69
I 'supplied.' '
'er neighbors. attend the States than can <
after which they I I > 6,099.51 14,751.42OTiilaI
Marian with four of .tier brothers I. of Shakespeare's Five of .the seniors atetnded the I ,,

Lillian Eichler and I presentation Florida meeting: Misses Dorothy Knight: .I .... 6',430.42-;
another. girl I "Twelfth Night" by the .

John Wierlo made up the group in'I Vagabonds in L. N. Pippin Carmen Roland, Marianne Jones. Consumers INCOME penalties: .........,......__.....___...-.-.....-.-...-..--..-..-......-;$ 210.47
Devil's 'Garden. The presence of the j Southern Gloria McDuffle and BErnarc1.LeU.- Cash discounts earned ...___.___.._.._...._._____.._.._......."-- ...__ .2.49 .
residents : bandshell. introduced and told Commissions on sales of light bulbs ._._......_........._........_:...._ 10.47 223.43
'group was known to includes a er. Each was I

,, although little contact was Saturday's program concluding with the Kiwanians his plans for the fui NET PROFIT transferred to surplus -..?....-.-._.-_._..:__. $ 6,653.85 .
lour of the campus
}had with them. They had one small"tr11l'k a visit to Annie Pfeiffer chapel of i ture.NOTICE. I
made I
in which they
Otherwise ;
t fp't civilization.
existance I By F. Deane Duff, Mayor.OFFICIAL..
lived a "back to Certified
with 'few clothes, a diet made up en The following extracts from the audit records report of the of City Illmes of&Clewiston Rimes General .. 21-May 14 and 21.

tirely of 'uncooked fruit and vege Public Accountants of the books October and I, 1941 and ending September 30. 1942,, I
the period begun Waterworks
Fund, for of Clewiston Electric and
I and of the City
tables. both dates Inclusive April 30, 1942, the date of acquisition of said
world became acutely aware System for the period begun 30 1942 both dates inclusive are published for
The system and ended September
of them 'in October 1939 when theyappeared 'I the information of all concerned: FUND I
in Sebring with the body .": ''''''''>; P'' : J.Y7':
,; ?
EXPENSE FOR THE YEAR EXDEDSKPTEMHER !;'4 ,. .P' ':>J. ",. f4sl ;'''
Lillian AXD .., ) ;} '.'
'ot one ,of the group, STATEMENT: OF REVENUE 30, 11>42 "f" .... /, ":<<::-"" .""t' *
had died en Eichter\ :: .y y. ,: ","""t.4fYffi.iit .
whom they said \ : 'r' # ..... '" >" ;
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'<- ? {W
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Sebring to find a "nature St.\\ REVENUE: 1941. ..._..........._.._...._.__._.___.__ 20938.01 r? :: 0 ; .. 1P :V U.B. ARMY
doctor." The body was sent to Taxes levied for year__._............ .....-,_._.-....-:--.-- 'd 1,310.50 ... .t.,..' RaA/' ;,'v .IONAU CORP* ,
-- <
licenses -- /
Joseph, Michigan, for burial. The I Occupational Dog licenses i ._._._.___...._._._...__.__.___._._____.___--'". 158.00Redemption 22.00 ;::', >>:>>>:.1J0
of' the were questioned I Rentals _...."''' ::' =::::.::::::::::== F 5.50: :: ,.J' .. I '
group :
;rest:, es' :=:=: ::::::::::::::::::::: '. 608.22 .< .'.
but were later released. __..._.___.__.._-.:..:...:i.r : :" .. .
"by officials '" Interest on tax redemptions _......__.______ 189.46 t..
__.______....____._.._ : Pt-: "
:\ short time later they left quietly j Collection Miscellaneous i Court...._..._..costs_.-__..__________..._._..__......_._._.. .: 61.63 t. p. j x
and they had planned : %
Tfor I '
'to go later to a new paradise ini NET REVENUE -....______..._____.____'__.__ $23,323.32 I .'. ;. ;;.' M' ''; xI > Q! or vorwta

South merlca. All members of EXPENSE: Bridges __.__.._..____._ .._..._$ 3,401.28 ., ";.
of Maintenance-Streets and Parkways ___.___.._.__._;:_...__. 2.037.91 }/,. .,..;;J \ ,
the group were between the ages Maintenance-Parks operation and_.._..._..__._,._____________.__._....._._ 4,138.02 "' : '/"'. > V
said. Equipment ______ .... _. 4,198.80Street I .
20 and 30, they .__...___.__ --- -- ,
magazine Mowing weeds _.. ._._.._..._.__....________.____----...-.-_.- 1,238.89 "'
The article in Sunday's Department lighting ? ... _..._.__._...___..--...-.---....--- 2,555.93 .
lection: bears out the fact of the Police Department _...-...._.--.----.------_-..---...- 1,810.21Garbage p F C04Q0it's
Fire _
_.....__.___ 1,960.90Office y
but adds sanitation ---------

South American their paradise former simple ..._and_..__._......_.__..__.__.__.._. w.:..--.--,_--.. .-. -..__- 2744.43 474.77
to ? ---
weird plans --
caption "Hope to Legal and _publication.__...._._ ._.._-_-_-_-_-__--_--._-_-...:-_.________.. 426.61 I II
"lite. Bearing the Insurance .. .. 65.40 I
I Commissions paid M._.._......__.....__.--. .-- ---
Breed a Super-Race in Equador'sSecret Dog Pound _: ,._ .......==::====-::: C 11.25 25,00Automobile' : >.. I
= :
carried : : '
i licensesElection ; '
the story I : \
j Jungles __-_..._ ; :.--..--,---..--..-... 35.50v : juot! : common sons t46BVY
'and John expense "
large pictures of Marian I _. : C0.50 -
.expense --- --:--
Miscellaneous Y
: things
: rlratr.From buying
'"mentioned as chief characters, or .._ $25,185.46 :
in the founding of aback4onature TOTAL CASH EXPENSES -----.. t-; VI A effort
Eve War
Adam and .. $ 1,862.14 noaded in our

secret jungles: of civilization South America.in ,the I Depreciation ._..._........_._______.--.-.-_._..---..--.,,..._ 96::.2' BON nS. \ .Save.,. and buy'after ourVictory.
$ 2.824'43 \"come
transferredUo surplus
It appears that the life in the Excess-Expense. over .revenue EtOm! \ettly .. open your savings .
Everglades was but the preliminary eCJU.
htre. today
account .
to follow.
training to the real trials WATERWORKS SYSTEMSTATE3IEXT
of Dr. Walter T:ECTRIC AND
Following the IIFGUX APRIL

Siegmeister described as scientist,I OF. n0 INCOME. ll>12, AND AND KXDED EXPENSE SKPTEMHER FOR TilE PERIOD no 1042 ,

student of eugenics,. .biochemistry Buy War Bonds & StampsFIu111iuuiwu

and endoctrlnology, the couple envision [ INCOME: .

themselves as proginators of SALES CONSUMERS, rate: _.._. ... ._-......-.....-....-.-?-....$ 5,430.81 -
Electric! current-:light combination- _.._.-_._.-_-.. 7,034/87 I
"at flew race of super-men. In preparation Electric current residential combination .....--.--.--.- 10837.07 -
for this crowning achievement,' Electric current commercial rate __._.___.._____.._._..._._._.. 1,790.49
Electric current-power ._ ___ _.: ._ .. 998.11
JohIl"'have _....___..___. -- -- --
and -
the article states, Marian and Interdepartmental Water ...._.._...__.............billing_-_._.._....-.--_.-......---.--.._.-.-..--._,-_._.- 5,907.06 .
in separate secret\\

abodes in the forest, lived Total income .._._...._.._.Current..........-.-..-.._..-_-_-.---.-..-.-..-.-....-.-.----...-.-..-.--......-.... 31998.41 10.816.57 I ,; II

their two :years important to prepare mission.Marian's themselves. ford I Gross Purchases-Electric Profit ......._..._......-__..._.._._. _.....___.._..__.._._.._._.__._..._-.._. $21.181.84 '' a

Dick was permitted OPERATING EXPENSE: .___.__' ...__ ... ---..$
brother, ._._..____. --- ----- -- I
Direct labor ._._.._.._._._., ...... J :. .----.-..---...-. ._. qUU
the -
' to accompany her into Light and_..power..._.___. ..._..____..._ : -.____.._.-..--_.?_...._._._. ..,..__.. : :
_. ._ .
things Supplies jSmall ..._,._... ,
make _.
to ._
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jungles, presumably .._ .......
tools ----_ ._..___..._._. ._.._..._...._..___ 147.22
bit easier for her. He buried died after him Utility Auto i expense tax _...and._...._.s.mileage......._.----._.--_#.....,..-.-;-..;.__-.-?_?.._-..-.._.._?... 367.65 III
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