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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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i,_ __ _ THE CLEWIS TON NEWS '




, VOLUME 14-NUMBER 23 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1943 SUBSCRIPTION 2.00 PER YEAR



1 FESTIVITIES TODAY Marianne Jones Will BAPTISTS i, New Hours At.Ration, RATION BOOK NO. 3

_
Be Class ValedictorianSeniors Office

CELEBRATE CLOSING CHURCH I j WILL BE DELIVERED

chosen for the various activities I Mrs. E. C. Mills, Senior clerk of

i OF SUGAR HARVEST in, connection with gradua.. ON FIFTH nounced the Clewiston the following ration board hours: has during an-- THRU REGULAR MAILEach

tion exercises have been announcedby I
which the public.. may transact
Pricipal R. W. ,Turk., With special dedicatory business at the ration office:.
! patron of the Clewiston Post
Despite war-time restrictions a
Miss Marianne Jones has been in the afternoon the !I 10 till 5 daily, except the noon Office yesterday received
: an appli-
I gala spirit prevails at the harvest
valedictorian honor Church of Clewiston will hour 12 to 1. cation
.festival of the United States Sugar chosen an go' form for War Ration Book'
Corporation as employees ,celebratethe ing annually to the senior with the fifth anniversary Sunday Closed all day Wednesday.The No. 3, which was distributed- by the

close of the longest harvest on highest scholastic average duringthe {dedicate its completed. and ration clerks will be at work post office force through the regular .

record. : high school course. Miss ,Car- church edifice. in the office every day during the mail channels. The forms were r

The sugar house ground put the men Roland, whose scholastic aver- A special program has I week from 8:15 till 5:15, but there placed in all boxes for regular patrons -

: ', last of the cane Wednesday, following age ranked second, will tie salutatorian ranged by the Rev. .H. C. is so much paper work, filing, etc., both in- the office and on the
; the cessation'of canecuttingover of the class. pastor of the church. I that the clerks must do when they 'I route and are also available for those

the week-end in both Eastern 'Miss Gloria McDuffie will be the tory' sermon will be I are free from interruptions that the who inquire for mail through general -

and Western divisions of the plan- historian of the class. Barnard I Rev. Milner C. Brittain, public is asked to observe the hours delivery. ,
tations. Leiter will give the% class prophecyand late Dr. C. ':M. Brittain I listed above and give the clerks an I

Yesterday there were field events Miss. Dorothy Knight the class strumental in the II opportunity to keep caught up with Any personwho failed to receive
for all plantation employees at Town- I will. founding of the church. their work. a form, or who' desires a form may

site and a fish fry at noon servedas Rev. Milner Brittain is I inquire,.at the Post Office for one

a most satisfactory substitute for:II II did speaker who is I They are to be filled out and mail-
tor of the First Baptist ed to the Office of Price Admin-
the usual lavish barbecue which the
MRS. CONKLING IS LEGION INSTALLSOFFICERS
corporation in the past has provided Fort Myers. He has istration in Jacksonville sometime

for its employees on this occas- sionary to China for I between June 1 and June 10. AfterJune
and is in the States on 10 applications will not be
ion. NEW P.T.A. LEADERMrs. TUESDAYClewiston
Hundreds of colored field labor- the duration accepted until August 1st.

ers and members of' their families Neighboring Baptist I The application form is an en-

I, enjoyed the day, despite a slight F. E. Conkling was installedas from the Lake Post Number 93 of larged postcard, 5 x 8 % inches. One
drizzle which occurred during the will also, be present at'' card is to be filled out for each fam-
I president'of the Parent-Teacher the American Legion, including
morning, hours The weather clearedby Association meeting held! Tuesday tion services. The'music members from Clewiston, Moore Haven ily, containing name, address and
charge of Dennis Small of date of birth for each member. Printor
noon and the fish fry' and the LaBelle installed officersat
evening in the school auditorium.' and ,
.. events following it on the athletic Mrs. E. 'C.- _Mills,. retiring, president lows The' dedication program the regular, meeting Tuesday nightat I use typewriter, is requested.
field were held under ideal con- : There are two perforated lines on,
conducted the installation the Clewiston Inn. G. Barney r
. Song Service led by : [the card, near the and "
one top one
ditions. service. In addition to Mrs. Conk- Thomas, of Clewiston, was installedas i
j True\ sugar house is the scene 'to-i ling other officers were installed "as 1 J Small. commander, and Frank E. Conk- two-thirds the way down. After

day of the fish fry for white emI follows: Mrs. C., E. Bailey, secretary Church Roll Call--Mrs. ling, also of Clewiston, vice-com 1 filling out the form the holder will

r ployees and members of their fam and Mrs. R. H. Knight, trea- Kelly, church clerk.- mander of the post.IJ.' M. Couse of tear off the top at the first perforated -
ilies. Fish, hush::puppies, cole slaw 'Presentation ,of deed to Moore I line and retain the stub. The
adjutant
surer. Mrs. M. A. Thomas is the Haven was installed as -
property from state card is not to be folded at
and pickles were provided to the or torn
new vice-president, but was not' and J. E. Beardsley of Clew-
by :M. C. Vowell, senior c the second perforated line but left
hundreds who joined in the celebra- officer as
present for installation. iston as service J. F._ Mor- '
tion. I the local church, is. The cards are serially number*
Mrs. Mills, upon retiring, presented state board. rison of Clewiston is the new chaplain -,
ed, the number in
.Tonight the Harvest Festival: and R. N. Miller of LaBelle is same appearing
to each officer who had I
Dance is being held at" Sugarland corsage Dedication Sermon- red on the stub and above and be-,
Park Recreation Center, and will served, with her' during the year,! C. ,Brittain, pastor of the SergeantAtArms.The low the perforated line. ,. '
Mrs. Conkling as secretary Mrs. G.j tist Church, Fort Myers, insta lation'servic was con-
The
bring the festivities to ,an end. forms are self addressed to
B. Thomas as vice-president and Dedication Prayer.,' ducted by W. C. Owen, a past com- the OPA in Jacksonville and after
Mrs.,. O.: A. Jones as treasurer. Other}, Birthday Offering for mander of the post. '

Kiwanians Will Write committee workers* whom the 1: al Building. The need for continuation and extension -I (Continued on Page 8) +J I

,: Letters To Servicemen president, gave :bouquets: ,of flowers I Benediction. of the scrap drive for metals
were Mrs R. Ml;- Hare, Jr.: Mrs. S. and rubber and'' for fats was discussed 'Storage Of Eggs

P. Slonaker, ,Mrs: Harry Vaughn, by Captain P.: E. Persinger,

'. The Kiwanis Club had no regular I Mrs. H. R. Hall, TNIrs. Cv E": HISTORY OF Q R I I I United States, Army Air Corps, who I Halted By OrderThe

; ,f '. ,,' program at its meeting Wednesday;Mrs. J. W. Ezelle"! Mrs.,Carl j BerneJ-I 1 stated that :new, 'material is constantly ". ....
; ",':. -evening, Jut several, items of 'gent and Principal-RkW;,/Turk.. '. ,, I being sr-1 him bv'federai'agencies t .' .. J.; ,- '

i; ,:'- 'eial"fiiterest ,1-eceive'd-attention from. The' Association,, presented Mrs.' & GROWTH OF urging continuation" of these i Wa ;'TFobd Administration'ha,

'I tbe members.;: Mills with a' 'Fostd ia bowl and salt t 11 I. drives and pointing out the urgent issued orders controlling all stor-
"''x- Each member of the club was .askd maintaining age of shell eggs, said L> E. Farnam,
and pepper shakers; in appreciation;] need of a supply of I
' to write a letter during the next of the splendid work she has done CHURCH IS these salvage materials. 'chairman of Glades County Food Ad-
'
month to some' man in the armed as president this year. I Frank Conkjing reported that the visory Committee* today. Glades
. 'services. At the next 4)i County Food Advisory Committee, is'
t : meeting\ special 'There was some discussion of having I (The' following : scholarship awards for the three
messages will be written to the working closely with the Governmentto
meetings in the evening next schools Clewiston Moore Haven and
: of the origin and, that all storing
four local Kiwanians who in see persons eggs
are year, but it was decided to table the First Baptist Church'of LaBelle, had been ordered with
service-Art Lawrence, Hub Spooner are notified. of new controls The
matter until the fall, since this was which observes its fifth proper engraving on each, and that I '
; A. W. Sias and John N. purpose of the orders is to protect
Mont'I'I the last meeting, ,of the present. ,and dedicates its these are expected in each case in 1 civilian
gomery. Since Lawrence is I egg supplies and supplies of
school year. .J building Sunday, was time to be presented at rommnceI -
ly one of the group overseas the \ dried and frozeneggs for military
I I this newspaper by I ment exercises at the various schools.
members decided to write a needs. Speculators have been turn-
group
i, Sixth Grade Exercises j ,church.) ,. 'Flight' Lieutenant Ni erson'an
letter to him and Dr. Ezelle was ing large quantities of eggs into
.. I i i On April 21,' 1938, Squadron Leader. Hill, RAF officersof
asked to have this ready at the next : I storage, expecting to sell at higher
meeting. j I At Grammar School j rection of the State \- British Flying' Training School I prices this fall and in spite of record
of the Florida Baptist No. 5, were guests at, the meeting.
A member of Florida Blue Key t ? production this year civilian and
-Society will attend the next,, Kiwanis I I Graduation exercises for the Rev. W. L. Head came to military; supplies were being threat-

f meeting to explain to the Kiwanians, grammar school of the Clewiston j and erected his tent on th First Girl In Local ened.
what the School i of the City Hall On the Glades County Food Advisory
University of Florida is 1 I High will be held next Fri-"
doing in the war effort. Similar day evening, May 28th, in the high Monday night, April 25 Group Solos Plane'|'Committee is notifying dealers,

talks are being made in various civic school auditorium. I services were started and i; wholesalers and other distributorsin

clubs over the state through the cooperation Principal R.V.. Turk and Mrs.' through the following I I Glades County that they may not
r' of the Blue Key Society, Charlotte Walston, teacher of the During this time Rev., and Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, who began keep shell eggs in storage after

-: .: an' honor group at the University class:, have arranged a program. The I{ labored faithfully, at taking flying lessons last month I I June '15, with following 'exceptions:

', : T very discouraging I from Johnnie Davis, one of: the Instructors To cover existing contracts with government :-
pupils themselves chose C. E. Mineras '
;: .:::, ':Local Dog Adopts' speaker for the occasion. I"loll the night of :May .19th I I at'"Riddle Field, has soloed ,agencies for production of
: max of the revival'came i after 8 % hours of flying instruc- spray dried whole eggs, and a small
The
, following program has been
., .', ganization of the First I
F' Pigs And Kittens, prepared: tion. specified volume of eggs may be
Opening Paryer-J. A. Cain Church of Clewiston. A Mis. McIntyre, who is employed j i accumulated and held for "working
Sixth Grade Class Song Class. crowd filled the tent and I as stenographer in the U. S. Engineer -j I inventories" of dealers, wholesalers,
, A three year old fox terrier owned I
... I i I Address-C. Miner. prominent in Baptist work warehouse office here, is pre-. and others. This new provision is
E.
by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Frierson has I
< .: I A Poem-Our, Class Jean Bartz. ida were present. I paring herself for a part in the war contained in an amendment to Food
. adopted. and is nursing two I I
pigs Dr. C. M. Brittain,
I Award of Certificates. r I effort. She intends to continue herinstruction I Distribution Order Number 40. In
which are about to outgrow their ; Song Sixth Grade. I Missions, for Florida until she obtains both a'1 i! addition to new non-storage pro-
-
't "mgther" Mr. Fiierson states. I Auld Lang Syne-Sixth Grade vention, acted as f private pilot's license and a com- vision, the amended order also stipulated -

. The pigs are the only survivors of j Star Spangled Banner-Audience. Council was formed by mercial pilot's] license. Then she no eggs may'' move into storage
- a 'litter of nine, and were taken 'Benediction-Rev., H. C. Meador. ministers from Miami and will go into the ferry service for the after May 20.: The original order

trom' their mother by Mrs. Frierson I The awarding of certificates includes ing cities. The government or otherwise ise her set this date .as" June 1. Set aside

who was afraid the sow would injure those ,due pupils in all the I carried out In the ]'I knowledge to aid her country in the provisions ot'amended order require -

them in their pen. While the grammar grades, and are for perfect ner with 'about one ;' war effort -- all shell eggs in cold storageon

pigs were playing in the yard of the attendance, certificates of yearly I ter members. I Mr. Davis owns an Aeronca coupe, May 20 be reserved for govern

Frierson home, the fox terrier adopted honor roll. The sixth grade will receive The First Baptismal and it was this plane he used, giving ment agencies and may be offered
them, and although she has ,certificates 'of promotion into I held the following the flying lessons and which' Mrs.) them at no more than ceiling prices

never had puppies is furnishing the high school, noon In the Clewiston : McIntyre soloed from the municipal applicable to grades for government
pigs with II Canal when about twenty I purchase in effect when offer is
'; plenty of milk. The pigs I I I airport ten days ago..,
their Lord in Baptism.,
are thriving on the fare, weighing made.
25 Navy Barges Pass On Sunday, May 29, Several other Clewiston girls are
between 9 and 10 pounds each. The but Mrs. :Mcj Under terms of the original
taking flying lessons -
fox 1 the direction of Mr. O. K. order set aside might have
terrier weighs twelve ,
pounds. eggs
In Cross State CanalA Associate Training Union 1I |j I Intyre Is the first to reach the goal,
Several months ago the dog adopted Asked been held into winter months. The
I ,' of all students, a solo flight.
and day School Secretary amendment however prohibits stor-
; : nursed a litter of kittens ,
I I
"It
how it felt, she said was won-
which had been left motherless. large group of invasion barges i Mission Board, our age after June 15, except as expressly -
; -- tied up in Moore Haven over night II and Training Union were !!;I i i I i derful, afterjt was over. provided in the order. Under

this week. The group began comingin with 80 enrolled in !!, the amended order, the WFA stands
:.'.:; Minister To VisitCommunity IB.. E. elected !iI Yarn
on Monday evening and the last Herring being I i Red Cross Receives ready to buy all storage eggs offered
i
ChurchThe arrived Tuesday evening. They left;I iintendent, and 36 enrolled] on this basis. Recognizing that

It early Wednesday morning for the. ing Union with V. C. I For Sleeveless Sweaters i iI certain quantities of eggs must be

East Coast. 1 director. / carried for normal business pro-
Revr Richard D. Dodge of The barges and men in charge had i I The church continued to I cesses, WFA through the amendmentwill
Miami will :visit the Community come from Camp Carrabelle on the ivices| in the tent, through A shipment of yarn has been received permit retention of designated

Church this week-end and will Gulf, near Tallahassee and were' ness of Rev. Head, until I by Mrs. F. Deane Duff, pro- "working inventories" in cold stor-

preach at the Sunday morning bound for the Atlantic. I August 28; of the same I duction chairman of the local Red age. Under this provision, up to

:service. The barges were manned b) -rews, they moved into their Cross chapter for knitting sleeveless, 600 cases of eggs. may be accumulated -
,',- : of Navy men. Both Navy and Army. building which was just I sweaters for our .armed forces in storage for each place of business :

Group riding has made its greatest use this type of equipment :Many the present structme. At Approximately 40 sweaters are to 'operated by a handler. Where

gains i in. rural industrail areas, of the men who were here had par- of the morning service: on i I be knit, and Mrs. Duff hopes that necessitated by' large, operations

.\ state surveys show. In these 'sections ticipated in _the North African invasion the first Communion many volunteers will take the yarn ,"working, inventories" are computedby

the average number of per. last November. observed I I and knit it iu the ,next few weeks.It taking 8 percent of eggs handled

"sons per car increased from' 1,77" a There: were 25 barges in the The Woman's Is hoped to make the shipmentof between June 1, 1942, and August
'
1 I. year ago to' 3.17 now. group;; 'I I (Continued on Page completed sweaters by July 1. (Continued on Page 8)I








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WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS THE CHEERFUL CHERUB

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Allies Tighten Tunisia Trap on Axis; r ve gone. right. back I

UDR to Nature now. !

Russ Offensive in Caucasus Menaces ". I
W EA ON My garden is my |

ras? Germans' Bridgehead at Novorossisk; only care. ;; I
I'm pk tin 'Ipotatoes 1'
just
D. C. ServiceEDITOR'S Tales of the Town:
Washington, FDR Envisions Postwar Youth too- 1
AIR PRISONERS IN GERMANYThe When the editors and publisherswere
I
fate of American fliers in the in town for their annual con- guess I'll to
NOTE,When opinions are expressed In these columns they are those of. ,
Doolittle raid has raised the question Western( Newspaper Union's news analysts and not necessarily of this newspaper.) vention several of them were talking a millionaire. !

: What happens to airmen who __ ____ Released by Western Newspaper Union. shop One recalled the time 'CII",!
go down over Europe? Here is the when Heywood Broun was a cub and

bomber answer from command an officer in England.If of the. U. S. .i :;: t ;1i ;: ,' ,':Y'7': '' :,'> ';>' :, : : :<; ;;::,:o' : ; !l&1 he early was one instructed Christmas to come morn in. very. .


fliers bail out and get down When Broun arrived-the empty city 1?

safely over France, Belgium or occupied room depressed him. The desks

Europe, their chances of get were littered with remnants of the

ting back to England are pretty previous .night's tale clippings, bare WNU Features.MOROllNE.
good. They become prisoners of spikes, curled up cheese sandwichesand

war, but in the course of exchangingprisoners YlM % P 4 ( beer containers Suddenly,
they may soon get back to off in a corner, a telegraph instru-

base.If ment started to click Tobacco % oa
they bail out over Germany, tins were jammed against the tele- ai URNS I

there's not much chance of getting graph "bugs" to make them louder PETROLEUM JElLY @ CUTS

back. But so far as we know, the One after the other joined in

treatment of air prisoners is similarto the monotonous chorus-all chirpingthe

that of other prisoners, and varies same message He could Our DispositionThe

according to rank. a tell, he said later, that they were highest manhood resides indisposition

There is one incident, however, trying to report something impor- not in mere intellect,
that damns the German record-the Lh tant happening somewhere, but he Beecher..
Y couldn't understand a word they
story of Paddy Finucane. Most peo-
ple suppose that the famous RAF were tapping Finally, in camea

life his sleepy telegrapher Broun
ace lost his because Spitfire
?
said: "Please tell me what is ZlJIuJSu/PA
crashed into the channel after beinghit
over France. happening. They are all clicking aches and pains of!
madly. Maybe a liner has been sunkor
The truth is-though this has nev- a king assassinated or an earth-. t'Vj RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

er been published-that as Finucane :I $ quake! I'm sure it's a big story,
was falling, he was strafed by German and our paper is being scooped!

machine gunfire, and he was 4iff..ll.ai The veteran listened-to one after

already dead when he hit the water. the other-and then smiled MAGIC
Thus a new meaning comes toFinucane's "
"This is Christmas, son, said the .ar.
famous phrase, "This is old-timer, "they are all saying the

it, chaps." ; frA same thing. A Child is born-a BRINGS BLESSED REUIEFI

"' : .....,. ?h'Z\;:... "9 _"" .... vw... .)' 'T'T V '_ n Child is born-a Child is born!" I
TOUGH JOB Urge Bottle! !

When you sift down all the hulla. Adm. William F. nalsey, commander of the U. S. naval forces in the IT ILL ODD HOC STOUT ir IT Hill.receipt- of,>rici
In the days when most of the MCNEIL DRUG co.,inc.
baloo about Elmer Davis and his South Pacific (right) is shown as he conferred with Hon. Walter Nash, New pa- [ 530 Broad Street-jacksonville.FlorfdaJ
Park Row certain
were on a
Office of War Information, the only Zealand minister to' the U. S., following: Nash's arrival at Allied head- pers
editor nicknamed Simon
was Legree
valid criticism you can make againstthe quarters recently. Nash visited Halsey during an inspection tour of
because of the way he kicked around
drawling Hoosier is that he is Pacific islands in which New Zealand troops are active.
of the staff One
.
some night,
working too hard. The last two

weeks ,when he went on the air, he TUNISIA TRAINING and this is journalistic history, a r
: : staffer couldn't stand the abuse any
was so exhausted he had a stand-by
He threw the editor
Smooth Teamwork For Postwar Youth longer
alongside ready to take up his'scriptif ,
he down a flight of stairs The next
collapsed. Irresistibly the Allied offensive in The idea that the youth of Amer- night when he came in-the staff
Davis works far into the night, Africa had rolled toward ica of industrial
North on making use plants presented the reporter with a gold
tries to read all that his voluminous
Tunis and Bizerte. and military camps might well givea watch inscribed: "For the Best I
office produces, sees almost everyone Like well-co-ordinated teams the year's service to their governmentin Journalism in 1928." I. the Battle
Keep Rolling
who wants to see him.
their the advancedby
various commands performed postwar era was

But given a tough situation, basic- tasks. Principal objective of the President Roosevelt. With War Bonds.and Strap
One of
night some us were privi-
ally he has done a good job. Sena- British First army had been the Declaring that his recenf inspec-
leged to meet Sgt. Al Schmid, the
tors like Montana's Wheeler and Axis last mountain barrier before
tion trip of war activities had con-, Philadelphia boy who was decoratedat
Nevada's McCarran, whose acid di- the plain of Tunis in the Medjez-El- vinced him that the armed forces Guadalcanal for erasing over 200 DON'T LET
gestive systems are always poisoningtheir Bab Chief of
sector. assignment and the home front factories are
Japs until one of their grenades
political outlook,\make a wry Lieutenant: General Eatton's American in their stride, the '''President said blinded him '. Al, who is Dutch- CONSTIPATIONSLOW
face
at Davis. But Wheeler and troops had been the overwhelming he '
what could be
was wondering
McCarran Irish, has a different slant on the YOU UP
are always demandingmore of three enemy hill positions on done after victory is won, with
war He talked a lot about two
O When bowels and
are sluggish
facts and inside fact is that you
the road to Bizerte. And althoughthe
and in which millions
Davis has been camps plants of his buddies, one Rivers, a Protes- feel irritable, headachy, do as millions
fighting their battlein American forces ran into heavy have been invested. While he had no tant, who died there, and one lad [do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem

keeping the American public' in- counterblows in their enveloping tac- specific program to offer, he'empha- named Diamond from Brooklyn, a chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
formed. tics around Mateur and Tebourba, sized the benefits in physical condi- FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed
Jewish said
chap "They
,
say in accordance with
Most of Davis' is taking only package
fight gettingnews to'drive
they had continued ahead. tion and mental alertness that men Al, "that I killed 200, Japs. I don't directions-sleep without being dis-
squeezing it out of government While these two strategic move- and women in service and warworker know how true that is. I never said turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough

bureaus which don't want to give, ments were being carried out as a uniforms had realized in the last that. I. was told so by people who I relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
making the and release FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
army
facts which show their navy mistakes prelude to a combined -Allied as- few months. He indicated he thought read it in the papers" And he : and economical.A generous family supply
up sault, French troops in the south their training should be extended to kept talking about the others-or I costs only
rowing with Czarubber Jeffers because =
executed a maneuver that had cut all young men and women in some wishing hard that he could do some- ''FEEN-A-MINT
his estimates on tires are too the Pont-du-Fahs-Enfidaville road form after we win the war. thing about "waking up the people

rosy.When and exposed the flank of the Axis Any program that might develop, back home!"
Davis stepped down from? he said probably would be only
his troops facing General Montgomery's part-
radio
well-paying job to correlate
government information, everyone Eighth 'army. ly military. When the G-Men collared the last

envied him his job, thought he had a While the Germans faced the in- COAL SHOWDOWN: big bunch of Nazi spies (just beforewe

softie. But the job of digging news, evitable decision of final surrenderor entered the war) some of the 1e

accurate news, unpleasant news out annihilation their commanderswere FDR Moves SwiftlyBlunt prisoners revealed the following .

of the government is not soft. Andit using every possible device to had been President Roose- That after the advance men had 1 1I
down the Allied advance. Re- in and had all
is not popular. slow velt's warning to John L. Lewis, been smuggled :made

Davis is a good newsman. Being sistance against the British First head of the United Mine Workers, the most elaborate preparations

such, he is not popular, never will army had stiffened sharply at the to end the tie-up in the nation's soft (laying the ground work with secret
be in some quarters. crest of Bou Aoukaz mountain, over- coal fields. radio stations and all the other
the to Tunis. standbys) the Nazis sent over their
Note looking valley
: Davis did his best to release The need for blunt action, how-
best agent He was a man
the story on bombing very
Tokyo ever, had been clearly evident,
RUSSIA
: who had worked all over the world,
long ago. Several times
heurgedthe for even at the moment the Presi-
White House that the American Battles in the Air dent had threatened to use his pow- and he had never failed on any as-
public should know the facts. Ear- signment There was just noth-
commander in chief to
lier when While Berlin reports announcedthat ers as pre- ing this bloke didn't know about the
theJaps released
a pic- vent interference with the effort -
ture of U, S. fliers supposedly a large-scale Russian offensivehad war noble art of espionage And he I
tured in the Tokyo raid, Davis want-cap been undertaken against theNazis' 75,000 miners already were on was sent here to take.charge of mat-
strike and walkout of the entire
ed to point out the truth, namely that Kuban bridgehead in the bituminous a miners Had'been ters On his first day in New

these were naval fliers, not Doolit- Caucasus, Moscow communiquessaid 450,000 York the other, Nazi spies gatheredto

tle's. They had been captured in that aerial fighting was the threatened. meet him-where he planned to
a
naval' battle. This explanation was principal activity along the far- Terming the miners' walkout as give them their instructions On

broadcast to foreign countries by flung front. "strikes against 'the U. S. govern- his way to the rendezvous, however,

OWl, but Davis, through no fault of This aerial activity had various ment itself" the President said that something went wrong with the script

his, was not permitted to tell folksat significances*on various sectors. In such action was clearly a violationof Even the higher-ups in Berlin

home. the Caucasus, the Russian strategywas labor's "no-strike" pledge. ,never figured to coach him in a most ,_. ,

to wear down Nazi air power important detail How to cross
FDR'S CONGRESSMAN and thus enhance the Red army's JOBS VS. PAY: the street at Times Square.

As commander-in-chief, the Presi- efforts at dislodging the Germans Essential Shifts OKAs The great, spy was killed tryingto _

dent has'supreme powers in the con- from their bridgehead around Novo- get out of the way of a cab. __\_
the War Manpower commis-
duct of the war, but he is just an- rossisk.In .
sion extended its sta-
other citizen on the ,books of the east Prussia, Red aerial bomb- employment The Big Show:
i
bilization to the entire
Hyde Park, N. Y. ing assaults were directed at break- program nation -
,
rationing board.
workers anywhere in the Unit- Sallies in Our Alley: Dick Himber
At a recent White House ing up concentrations of German
meeting, ed States were permitted to shift heard Colonel Romulo (he helped
the President troops and supplies being real taste
preparedfor
was telling three con- 0 Soldiers are getting a
from essential job to anotherat MacArthur) tell it at a party.
one
rescue
; gressmen, Gate, Republican of Min- Hitler's spring invasion. of"nature in the raw"on the in-
nesota Jackson higher pay, provided such trans- "It was the one joke," said Romulo, Beet-ridden battlefronts. But
Democrat, of Wash- REFUGEES : fers "enhance the war effort." "that kept us laughing on Bataan thanks to FLIT and our other insecticides -
ington and Manasco
; Democrat, of Previously such job shifts could until the end. A mamma rabbit the pests are getting

Alabama volved in, about the "red tape" in- U. S.-Britain to Aid take place only in 70 areas coveredby and a ,daddy rabbit were ,in the theirs too! Right in the neck!

his trips buying home meat and grocerieson Plans to ease the plight of war the WMC's regional stabilization woods when they saw a pack of The army has found that these

1 "I to Hyde Park refugees areas outside of occu- programs. The commission's, actionwas wolves. They hid in a cave. 'How "famous insect-killers blast many
have
"
my problems with Just knock
point pied Europe and to reject any meas- taken after representatives of long will we hide here?' asked the heathen pests. as they
rationing the same as fellows" off civilized insects at home.
he grinned. you ures that might involve bargaining organized labor had protested that mamma rabbit 'Until,' was many

"Why don't you write with Germany were believed by observers job transfers under the former reg- the, reply, 'we outnumber 'em!' established FLIT has for the household highest insecti-rating

gressman?" suggested your con- to have been embodied in a ulations favored workers in the sta- I cides by the National Bureau of

Representative Gale. Republican set of recommendations agreed on bilization areas at the expense of The Front Pages: The most important Standards...the AA Rating. Why

i The President reflected by delegates to the Anglo-American workers in other regions. problem for some newspa- don't you fight your

then threw his hands briefly conference on refugee problems, Under the new- plan, any workerin pers was reported by United Press pests,with FLIT! ?-

with laughter."Oh up. and roared I held in Hamilton, Bermuda. an essential industry may trans- from Providence, R. I. The State Buy a bottle-today!

Observers indicated that the con- fer to a higher-paying job in an- Senate, it appears, p.assed a meas-
no he
exclaimed
that!" "not ference's recommendations includethe other essential industry if he obtains ure that would make it mandatoryfor FLIT

The man who temporary relocation in Africaof from his employer, from the Rhode Island newspapers to --

Park district in represents the Hyde 80,000 refugees now in neutral U. S. employment service office in print names and addresses of all. l

Fish congress is Hamilton countries until the end of the war, his area, or from his local WMC of- writers of editorials-and ditto for
one of the most
foes the vitriolic, vituperative as well as provisions for the feedingand fice, a "statement of availability"which those whose letters are published un-
President has in care of refugees unable to leave declares that his transfer will der the Letters to the ,Editor col-
congress.
neutral countries. benefit the war effort. yums.



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'T-he sword.-Shakespeare._ Lemon /juice sprinkled over Children arc more apt to like
j 7. What is foot-pound?
Questions 8.. What does a nadir mean? Education makes a people sliced fruit will prevent it*from helping with the family work if
turning dark. they'are also permitted to help
easy to lead, but difficult to
The Answers
1. What is the approximate *
drive; easy to govern, but impossible with the planning of the work.
weight of the average incendiary to enslave. Lord Stirring air into hot food during *
1. Two pounds.
bomb? cooking or sieving increases vita-
2. Steel ship. Brougham.Let If time is limited cut the
2. Which is lighter, a steel ship min destruction by oxidation. your
of dimen- 3. A renegade. us then be up and doing, vegetables into smaller pieces,
wooden equal
or a one *
.
4. A mysterious light that appears With a heart for any fate; than usual; they will cook more
sions?
above marshes or stagnant Still achieving, still pursuing. If the sugar in a pie is placed quickly.
3. What is an apostate? waters. I 1 Learn to labor and to uait. between two layers of fruit, the *

4. What is a will-o-the-wisp? 5. A wind.. -Henry W. Longfellow. juice is less likely to boil over.

5. What is a chinook? 6. Portland, Maine, and Port- Laffing iz the sensation ov A common clothespin, split in
6. What two large cities in the land, Oregon. pheeling good all over, and Since crisp cookies and crackers half makes two ideal and economical -
it principally in one soften if kept with bread and which do not
> United States, one on the East 7. The energy required to lift showing pan scrapers
coast and the other on the West one pound to the height of one foot. spot.-Josh Billings. cake, keep them in airtight" tins rust or scratch enamelware or
8. The lowest point. or boxes of their own. precious aluminum.
coast, have the same name?

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OIL CLOTH Quite Doubtful So Consistent! PINESOFTWOODSHARDWOODS
' "What is political economy, "Does your husband always live boards&
:. OR WALLPAPER dad?" up to his promise of his courtship lumber

I. .. ; .1' "To be perfectly candid, son I days?" wanted Highest in cash large prices and paid.small Submit quantities.offers
, .1;'" PASTED ON can't tell you. Sometimes I think "Always. In those days he said and quotations.

.\: there isn't any such thing." he was not good enough for me, 76 Beaver ROBERT Stro C..t CABER LUMBER- Now CO.York
Ii. and he has been proving it ever
( .
Convinced Him since.
: .
t. Jim was accused of stealing a
He secured the services ofa c- NOT FIRST CHOICE
I '.. pig. NO ASPIRIN FASTERthan
;' lawyer and was acquitted. Later genuine pure St. Joseph Aspirin.
; the lawyer seeing him alone, World's largest seller at 10(. None safer
i. said, "Come, Jim, tell the truth. none surer. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin.

: You did. steal that pig, didn't- P'_
iii you?" "Well," replied Jim, _"I,
thought I stole dat pig, but after Enduring Others
hearing you talk, I don't believeI t=IL1 r a / That man is not himself bless d

:: '. did, sah." /* +CI with a very happy temper who is
. unable to endure the cross-grained
: --
SEW THROUGH One to Fit people with whom the world

WELTING Dave, having had a good week, abounds.-La Bruyere.

decided to buy his wife a present.He .
picked up the dining-room table t+t+ '

TACK LID carried it out of the house, SHAVE with SHELBY

put it on top of ,his head, and
Ii"--: 4 OVER EDGE was ambling down the road when AND

';'-.c Bill Smith met him. "Do you like your new baby sister /)lli}"hP
/.:.: A SMARTLY flounced blanket lady of the house can spend same happy "Hullo Dave said Bill "are /
,
. ; 'f evenings working with Young Son and Dadon Tommy? /eI SHARPER
_ chest with cush-
' contrasting this interesting project. Ask for De- you moving?" "Oh, she's all right! But there BECAUSETHEY'RE
.:;:;:- ion 'serves as a convenient seat; sign 259 and enclose 15 cents. Send your "No," replied Dave, "I'm goingto are lots of things we needed
{:. and extra covers are right at hand order to: buy 'Mabel a tablecloth." more." '. .
:;. on chilly nights. -- V) THINNER

" : Plan the size of your chest to MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS A little girl tried to get the early Bulls'-Eyes double edge I
Bedford Hills New York
.,_; fill your needs and space. It'may Drawer 10 morning religious services over Tattered and bandaged, he was or single! edge

:;,"',.-' be made of one-inch pine and Enclose 15 cents for Design No. the radio. She dialed for about applying for a separation order. 4forlOCManufactured
should be about 17 inches high 259. ten minutes without success and "My wife ain't safe, sir," he

:/. without the cushion. Make the Name ................................ finally .exclaimed: "Mother, all I pleaded. "She's been throwing and guaranteed byfederol
':::;' flounce' with 'double fullness-that silent since Rarer Blade Co., N.Y.
is the at me-ever
we got
.., \.-- Address ...:......................... can get prayer. things .
: is, twice as long as the space it married.
t1:;:.;:',. -' is to fill after it is gathered. The Feelings Hurt "And only now, after 20 years,

t '.-.. '. cushion may be filled with cotton A harvest hand was caught in are you seeking the court's pro- Tibet Tent Dwellers
:( padding- feathers or down. the thresher belt and whirled tection," said the magistrate, Although Tibet is one of the
1':::;'. s s ,t uncle )9,6iltSz5i around 'past Farmer Green sev- skeptically."Well bleakest and windiest countries ill

,:: ,. NOTE-Mrs. Spears has prepared a eral times before being tossed sir, 'her aim's getting the world, half the'population live
.:" : sheet 17 by 22 Inches giving step-by-step free. good!" in tents.

i : :',. working drawings. and a complete list of : "Quick!" cried Green, rushingup
:' :-.. lumber hardware and fabric needed. The to his inert form. "Are you "-

b-:: hurt? Speak to me, speak to me!" Q
A MAN needs two kinds of "Why should I?"I grunted the

Gen. Eisenhower's Name brains. One to say witty, bril- hand angrily. "I passed you a
liant things and another kind to dozen times just now and you save
Means 'Iron Chopper' keep him from saying them in the didn't speak to me."

.,. wrong place.It .
,-I;
t ':; Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower is only the very rich who are emphatic

?, X.' ("Ike" to the Doughboys) was ice about the futility of riches. I Hard to StomachThe I

.;. works hand, boxer, cowboy and Some men are known by their
,,:fr?" professional footballer before going deeds-others by their mortgages.If .
to West Point. smallest member of the
f.
the time'doesn't suit suit
you,
'
,:- United States senate was Georgia'sAlexander
" : His ancestors left Germany in
to it.
yourself
-t:::11, the 18th century to avoid religious H. Stevens, later vice Wo .. No
rt Once the foresighted farmer plantedhis president of the Confederacy. He
AmenCa watermelons in the center of the was less than five feet tall and
cornfield. but with all those airplanes weighed somewhat under 80 p'
fo.\, : chopper," which is appropriate for overhead-where now? 1p NS
; ,
:r.: ; cur leading tank expert. pounds. WThere's
,', As a man thinks, so he is, there- One day an out-sized western
"Ike" is 52. His soldiers swear fore some people never are. congressman, stung into a fury by *
; by he's nothing to or
"" him-say both tough and the barbed remarks of the little prepare
I'J; ;: lucky. He was certainly lucky Georgian, shouted: "You! You! m xwhenyouserveXellogg'sCorn Save fime-
when, as a young officer, he ar- I could swallow and :Rakes.No pans,skillets, or stove to
Why, you
fuel-other foods
tool
,' rested a Negro National Guardsman I 60 Was Basic Unit I never know I'd et a thing!" clean up. Even the dishes are ,
i:: who had run amok in Chi- Replied Senator Stevens: "In easier to wash. You know how
!tX,,' cago. The Negro pulled out a reM that case you'd have more brainsin those things count!
;,;: volver and fired five shots at himl1i7. The ancient Babylonian numer- .
than had
your belly you ever ;:
Qt almost point-blank range. They ical system had 60, not 10, for in your head." 1 Y f DJ1PCO
rf'i ",'/ 'all missed.A its basic unit, reports Dr. GeorgeC.
'
:
Cameron, University of Chi-
cago archeologist who has been Making a ThermometerA S RN

deciphering thousands of clay tab- :l.*77
oRQucKRrL;; clinical thermometer that records -

1 : ; 1{. lets.While 10 can be factored evenly your fever is not as simpleas FLAKES
only by one, two, five and itself, it looks. Five different kindsof "
Soothing S A LV r the Babylonian unit had the ad- glass and 105 separate opera- lJ,
.L. ANTISEPTIC Ii;. vantage that it could be factoredby tions and inspection processes go Kellogg's Corn Flakes are NU'S re ; ; : *,
Used by thousands with satisfactory te- one, two, three, four, five, six, into its manufacture, the finished stored TRITIVE to VALUES WHOLE of GRAIN Thiamin
suits for 40 years-six valuable
'; Get Carboil at drug stores or ingredients. writo- ten, twelve, fifteen, twenty, thirty product taking eight months to (Vitamin Bi).Niacin and Iron. ...................,.....,..,, .....,..
.purlock-Neal Co., Nashville Tenn. and itself. make.
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PAGE JFOUB, THE cLEWISTON NEWS r FRIDAY l\AY,21. 1943
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is ,lookin'-So the bureau's'I his resignation in ,August, 1940. On ;plicable Florida Laws, the Board of '(NW; ):

The Clewiston New body Publicity Man is put to work. The September 8, 1940., Rev H., C.I! District Supervisors and of the Diston Receivers Island of Drainage Diston I IN(Nh SECTION); 30: The North. Half

terrible plight of the pitiful Widow I Meador was called and he acceptedthe Island Drainage District will, begin- IN SECTION 33: All North of 9
ning at 2:00 o'clock r. M. on the 11th mile canal less R. R. Rwy
countless special work and has been faithfully day of June, A. D. 1943 at the ;
Friday In Clcwlstoi, is broadcast in County IN SECTION 34: All north of 9 mile
Published every Mrs. H. C.! Courthouse in the City of Moore Haven -I canal
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEW) releases. Data to prove the point is serving to the present. Florida, offer for sale, subject to IN SECTION; 35
inc. assembled and carefully prepared Meador has proved a. valuable assistant -\ redemption prior to date of sale, the i : All; '
I Meador and under following described lands the title to- In Ilrndry County
time. to Rev..
IN
at the
TOWNSHIP
for presentation proper which is vested in the Board of Supervisors !'ORTYTHREI(43) :
KEATHLEY BOWDEX Editor No stone is left unturned., The duty -I' their' leadership the church membership of Diston Island Drainage I (33) SOUTH EAST RANGE THIRTY-THREE-
District by virtue of the said land having :
increased in -
has steadly
all but forgotten :
is IN SECTION
to Orphans, heretofore been sold for taxes and ELEVEN (11): All
as the bureau's. staff launches its spite of the numerous changes Ofj having outstanding certificates againstthe IN North SECTION of 9 mile canal;
I same that have been outstanding TWELVE (12): All
Entered second class -mall' matter all-out effort to encompass ,the Wi the church membership._ I for more than two years, all lying and North of 9 mile canal except the
February as 1., 1927, at the Pest Office In dows. Success crowns the effort. World conditions began to cause being in Glades and Hendry Counties, West(E 2) Half of the(W%) of the East Half
of Florida, and / West Half (\V%) of'the
the Act more particularly described -
Clewieton, Florida. un ler Bingo-You! become Mr. Bigger, many shifts in families of the chinch. as follows: Southwest Quarter, (SWU) and

March .3-,--1897.Subscription Commissioner of Widows and Or Some of the charter members who In Glades! County I East except Half the West(EVfc Half of the(W Southwest%) of the'

phans. had been faithful leaders were compelled IN TOWNSHIP FORTY-TWO (42) I Quarter (SWH); -
Rate $2.00 Per Year. But Widows, like Orphans, lose to move on to other placesof SOUTH. RANGE THIRTY TWO (32). IN TOWNSHIP FORTY'-THREE
I EAST: I (43) SOUTH RANGE THIRTY-FOUR.
Advertising Katcn On Application. their glamor after you have been"taking work and necessitated changes in > In Section Twelve (12), the following I (34) EAST: :
for while. Tracts I: IN SECTION SEVEN (7):" All that
care" of them a But God supplied
,our leadership. Tracts 1 and 8; 1 I part which lies North of the 9
and wel- So you begin thinking of better and other workers, many of which have North 12 Acres of Tract 2; I l mile canal and West of the County -
Devoted to the advancement pastures.-What about the I trained here in this Lots 1 & 2 less a strip 1C5 feet E Highway;
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. greener been right & W by 41 ft. N & Sin, SW Cor. of I And such part or parts of the above
I Babies? Somebody ought to be doing church. The ,Sunday School con-I Lots 1 & 2 Geo. and Gram Sub. of described land as may not be redeemed -
something about them. They tinued to under' the competent Tracts 5 & C; on or before the gate of sale .above
I grow > I shown.'
W /& of Lots 3. 4, and 30, -
should be counted, changed, properly leadership of W. G. Mathis. who N% of \VIA! of Lot 7, I Redemption of any part of the above
fed, tagged and expedited. Mr. later succeeded by Arch Hodges.Mr. E% of Lots 7 and 8, described lands may be made in the of-
NATIONAL EDITORIAL- ,was All Lots 10 to 23 inclusive, I I ice of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
Little-Big-Bigger's eyes ,glow with Hodges completed- :about three All Lots 25 to 29 inclusive. the county In which it Is situatedon
The i idea is too momentous -' of and had to resign I All Lots 31, 32, 33. 36, Geo. and or prior to 2:00 P. ),1. on the 11th
anticipation.
'J943s2:2c I I quarters' a year Gram Subdivision of Tracts 5 & 6; I day of June, A. D. 1943, by payment of
I to trust to one attorney, so because his work took him out ofl Lots 37 and 38 in Geo. and Gram the amount due for taxes, Interest and
lhe calls in a flock of 'em. Both the city. Herman Davis then' took Subdivision of Tracts 5 & 6 being intended -.-penalties and costs. in the manner. pro-
vided law.
by
in said
I 1 to describe all land
j Widows and Orphans are neglectednow the helm and until his transfer to subdivision lying on the land side of I I Any sale will be for an amount and
as all effort is centered on the Jacksonville in January he did"a I the established meander line ,and upon terms to be determined by the
_.......... _..........._....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. i north 'of Lots 1 and 36; I Board of Supervisors of said District,
c:..: : : : : : : : : : : :-:_ _--.---.-. big idea. noble piece of work. Assisting these I IN Section Thirteen (13), the following but in no case will sales be made for
Imagination runs riot as you capable teachers and Tracts: less than the total amount of said
were many All South and West of A. C. L. \District taxes levied and assessed up-
visualize the limitless possibilities.Why officers; some being able to' remainto It\\y in Tracts 1 and 2; on such land for, the last two years
'
Late To' Classify you will need a board in each this day and others having to be All ,Trncts 3, 4.'5.. 7 to 28 inclusive,. prior to the date of the sale thereof.
boards In 30, 31, 32, 34 to"38' inclusive, 43,,, 1 together with all interest, penalties
county, maybe special replaced because .of vacancies creat- 44. 47 to 52 inclusive less W 1% and costs accrued on said two years'
By RUSSELL KAY cities, inspectors, enumerators, in- ed. Acres of Tract 52, 58 to 63 inclusive, taxes. At least that portion of the
N'i of Tracts 29 and 53V',2 of: purchase price equal to that part of
vestigators, checkers supervisors, In the spring of 1949 Mrs. A. J. Tracts 42 and 45, and West 2 acres I:1 said taxes levied for the last two years
-:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:.-:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:.:- special attorneys, accountants, field Gross of the Training Union Department -I of Tract 64; for in cash maintenance and the purposes Board of must Supervisors be paid

squirm- men, nurses, doctors, dentists, dietitians of Jacksonville came and I IN Section Fourteen (14), the following -1 have in their discretion. determined
Bureaucracy, the slimy and oh money-lots and I Tracts: Ito,, accept'in payment or for part payment -
yes
ing. octopus, that is slowly but surely placed new emphasis in the Train- East 2 acres of WJ/b or Lot 1; of the balance of the purchase
Democracy in its! lots of MONEY. But what legislator -I ing Union work and under the lead-t West 1.914 acres of East 3.914 acres I" price: thereof any obligations of the-
crushing our would dare refuse a cooing infant I of AV fc of Tract 1; District, bonds, accrued interest thereon : -
ever-extending tentacles, sits smuglyIn ership of Arch Hodges the work con' I N% of Tract 7; or past due interest coupons of the
halls of our State, ? What taxpayer would dare tinued to grow. He served in this I All Tracts 14, 15. 20, 23, 27, 30, 31,34to District. The right to reject any and
the legislative I protest a tax for the care of a tiny 39 inclusive, 42 to 51 inclusive; all bids is reserved, and we will require -
just as it does in the Nation's Con capacity until 1941 when Mrs. G. E. In Section Twenty-two (22): All that cash portion of the purchase
tot? And so the innocent little commission Wenzloff, the present director, was East of 3 mile canal; price shall be paid to or deposited with
gress. grows into a great and I IN Section Twenty-three (23): All; the District within ten (10) days
Feeding its hungry maw uportaxpayers' elected. She has proved herself IN Section Twenty-four (24): The after acceptance bids and that the
dollars, it harbors the incompetent powerful agency with unlimited through the months and this work, I West Half (WV-I: and the NW balance of purchase price shall be paid
patronage and millions of tax dol I I of the NEU; within thirty (30) days after such acceptance. -
the laggard, the spend- though sometimes discouraged, has I In Section Twenty-five (25). : The Deeds in form similar to-
thrift and has taken from us a lars.-And the.poor taxpayer lives steadily increased, and there now I West Half (WI!:); those heretofore given for similar1\
'after! In Section Twenty-six (26) : All: sales will be delivered after Court
government ."of the people, by the unhappily ever exists one of the strongest auxili- In Section Twenty-seven (27): All approval is obtained. Such deeds will
and for the people," replac- aries of the church. J, Fractional E% of E* ; r be made subject to Diston Island
people ln Section Thirty-four (34)Frac- Drainage District taxes for 1943 and
ing it with a government of regula- History of Origin- Under the excellent leadership of tional NE i of the NE%; subsequent years and to all other
boards, bureaus and commissions Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot the Woman'sMissionary I In Section Thirty-five (as):, All I taxes,. tax liens and assessments whether -
tory -
from Page 1) i North of 9 mile canal; past due, 'current or future.
which are a law unto .themselves (Continued work grew and becameone '- In Section Thirty-six (36): All West By order of the Board of Supervisors -
and rule by directors or edict. of the recognized units in the Half (W'fc North of 9 Mile Canal; trict.of Diston Island Drainage Dis
IN TOWNSHIP FORTY-TWO (42)
Shrewd and ambitious politicianshave was organized on October 10, 1938, Palm-Lake association. "After two I SOUTH, RANGE THIRTY-THREE (CORPORATE, SEAL

fostered and encouraged them with 27 charter members. Mrs. A. I years as president she, was succeeded (33) EAST: J. E. FRIERSON,
IN SECTION 7: Tracts 1, 3, 5, and .
with liberal appropriations and used R. Broadfoot served as the first by Mrs. Arch Hodges who faithfully -I .6; G.R.. H.Y. WILLIAMS PATTERSON,
their advantage as they president.The labored for and IN SECTION 18: All Tracts 1 to 9 :
them to own I one year, under Members of the Board of
I Inclusive. Tracts 10 11 and 12
I ;I
climb] to wealth and power at the first deacons of the church her leadership young people's North and East of A. C. L. Rwy; Supervisors Drainage of District.Diston .Island -

expenseiof the taxpaying public they were chosen and ordained in Jan- I. (Continued on page 8)) All Tracts 25 to 31 inclusive;
IN SECTION 19: The East Half \ '
pretend to serve. uary, 1939, and were" B.. E. Herring, --'-- -- (E'/i): JAMES E. BEARDSLET,
Well in advance of legislative ses- V. C. Woodward, 11.C. Vowell andA. IN SECTION 27: All; I JAMES Co-Receivers M. COUSE.of Diston Island -
IN SECTION: All less NI of theN .
sions, those in control of boards and R. Broadfoot. Several months XOTICE II % of the N1,4 of the Nand Drainage District.".
bureaus make well laid' plans and I later Arch Hodges was elected as a less NU of the SVJ of the N'z of ATTEST:
I Notice is hereby given that under, N i of the NW>4: J. M. COUSE,
map out their programs for expansion -I fifth member; also Herman Davis and pursuant to the provisions of I. INthE .f IO "29: The East Half I Secretary of Diston Island
and increased power. Through was later'elected as a deacon. Chapter 13b26. Laws of Florida, Acts, (Eiof the Southeast Quarter Drainage District. '
of 1929, as amended and other ap (SEV ) of the Northwest Quarter No. 113-May 14. 21, 28, June 4.
patronage, they find it easy' to "win The construction of the church -' I :
friends and influence tes." Fat made steady progress ,under a pay- .- -

fees to special attorneys, soft jobs I as-you-go plan. To the mere hull '

for, faithful followers help grease I was next added the asbestos shingle ,' ... < ,

the skids for desired legislation and roof, which was soon followed witha ,.
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larger appropriations" stucco job on the walls.: In 1940 ( 4- \ C

Such governmental agencies usually -: a campaign. was launched to secure i.
start in a small 'way. Sincere! funds to finish the interior of the?

and conscientious lawmakers, thinking -: building, and by the-end of :Febru- olfj

to serve the welfare of their ary, 1941, the interior was com*

State, ,and its people, listened in the I pleted with the exception' of paint- fiqiat lu
beginning to a suggestion advancedby : ing. In the fall of 1942 another i'e

perhaps an equally sincere and effort was made which resulted in r, 'f
conscientious proponent. A Commission -j finishing the interior with a nicepaint

should be set up to performa job and sanded floors" thus

certain function. Pleading the I completing the _building. 'S :-

cause of the underprivileged, the.i Rev. Head filled the pulpit or

halt and the blind,. the 'destitute, the furnished a supply pastor until September -

widow and orphan, 'they advocate a I 15, 1938 when Rev. M. G.

seemingly innocent and inexpensiveplan. Mines of Delray Beach accepted the

I I call as pastor and served until June ,
30 1939 when he resigned. Rev
,
Thus were born the countless alphabetical -
Government H. G. McLeroy followed as the second -
agencies of Federal -I
pastor serving faithfully untilBishopWlison
2,1
and! thus ,are born the bureaucratic -
1 _

State. But agencies in the of a ,sovereign\\,I ; '. 11 rr r ,1 Get more mileage out of

guage of the genial t5' easy toPAINTand U 0 10 IOUF every gallon of gas!

"Show Boat"-"Tbat's only the be-

ginning," folks, only the beginning!"! it'sPTOTC Get more mileage out of every
Mr. Little lays his '
chips on apolitical
winner. His reward is the, 5 quart of oil!

title of Hon. Commissioner. Froma DBI\IUDlif <

country law office or a county 1 Get more mileage out of every

clerkship, he suddenly finds himself j single' tire i !

a.. man of import. Papers publish I to protect "'wiI

his picture, job hunters dog'his Get more mileage out of every
footsteps. In nine cases out of ten
he possesses no qualification, for the ....?. ..,w..tEle: l .;.;. ..,: ..,......'..,.,.,..'..,.........i part of your carl

post either from the standpoint of F
ability or experience. But,he doesn't Protect your

really need it. Competent underlings ,I

perform the work and all he Rooms with I ioNflhLY _
need do is take the credit and bask' > _

!n his new found glory. But even _
the joy of basking becomes a bore H.B.DAVIStTER1OR 11JoToR CAR'yIAJNTENANCE

Jn time. Mr. Little, now Mr. Big, is I.
: GlOSS
ambitious to become Mr. Bigger. \ \

Sitting with his feet on the desk, ... ,
; : M; : :;'
thewing a Corona, he suddenly getsa SEM\-GlOSS\

grand and glorious idea. Why not : AND
expand his ? I
agency Why not take ,
in more territory? Maybe his present nUXPEHS\VE i .,' _

,job consists of looking after' '
Orphans. It has been a pleasant WASHABLE i1'

and profitable experience, but the CHOICE Of MANY < 1' : :
.
field is limited. His thoughts turn S,4ARTTIHfl -

to Widows. Why couldn't the work AttO ItAMit ",.

be enlarged to take in a few Wi-

dows? That really ought to be fun. I

Quick like a rabbit he calls his Special -

Attorney who enthusiastically

concurs, and a. bill drawn for .introduction ,

in the next legislature giv- r _

ing their bureau a little more power -
Lumber
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a little more scope, a little more

money.. CompanyPhone Htib Chevrolet. Company Inc. j
,
But you can't just pick 'expansion

and power out of thin air unless you 88. Clewiston, Fla. .
are a Huey Long or'a John L. Lewis. : Clewistoa : Florida "
You have to kind of 'I ::
sneak It ,
up on I '+ )" JiI.- I ,, ,
,
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THE :CUEWISTON NEWS
PAGE FIVE-
1943
FRIDAY, MAY 21,


I tion was held at the home of Mrs. I goal will be easily reached if every- i Lure were' in Florida again, briefly, vision, The AMERICAN HOME;

Katherine M. Jarvis. Later in the one does their part. Make your this week. From Texas they were MAGAZINE CORPORATION, 251:

I evening the couple left for their offering as liberal as you can. sent' to Belvoir, and while Jim 'is at Fourth Avenue, New York, New

[L Personals I I honeymoon, which they ,are spendingin camp Nordica stays with her sisterin York.
North Carolina. They will returnto nearby Washington and Jim
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make their home in Clewiston. comes uP' week-ends which is very
.. I Sergeant Kinmon is 'attached 'to !nice for them. They had a little

week- the administrative staff of Captain I furlough and managed to get down '
Mrs. Jerry Fugate spent the I IT. E. Persinger, U. S. Army Air' WithOur to Florida but it wasn't long enough I ,,- Florist Agency -

end in Fort Myers. 1 J Corps, stationed at Riddle Field., I for them to get all around, so ,they Flowers delivered here at no ,

Mrs. Munselle Stone and baby are ''Mrs. Kinmon is a native of North missed Clewiston. I extra cost. Other towns, any- ;
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Carolina and has been in Clewistonfor t' where in U. S. add ,
: > relatives in Lake Placid. only cost ot
f> ;?.*j :visiting several months, employ. at the, Boys The first letter from. Ed Ward telegram, ranging from'' 20 to'
? Clewiston Inn. I (Continued on Page 8) I 55
: Land 'cents.
,-t-, Mrs. H. C. Avant, JUrs. H. A. :
'. and Shari 'Land were business visitors -. MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN

"' in Fort, Myers Monday. I CollinsDillardWilliam 1 in theService Western Union Office
$5.00 REWARDfor
I'I'I I Day Phone 82 Night 2791
,/'t J. H. McCree, U. S, Army, came I
the Collins, of Clewiston, and -
Beach and spent II
Miami
from
:" up Miss Dorothy Dillard of Miami' were ry j I
S week-end with friends here. au-tomobile -
(married in Fort Lauderdale Saturday I
'> ;;, : I
15 at the First Methodist I
and G. E. Ether- : May a
Y. Patterson

,_ Tallahassee ton R. are spending on business several, days in ;,I!'Church.The bride is the daughter Mr.) ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;;,!!I floor roller jack, the DRESSMAKING BUTTONHOLE, ALTERING MAKING ,

r't r I I"J' I and Mrs. Raleigh Dillard of Miami According to reports from that 1 other a 10-ton hydraulic
-" Mrs. Leona Durrence of Glen- I Mr. Collins is the new manager of mysterious island in the Southwest' Mrs. Inez Pope

: of her : Hub Chevrolet Company and 'cameto Pacific all the efforts of all the I I
: vile, Georgia, is the guest truck jack. Barney Millcrest Near Passenger Depot
Clewiston from Miami Beach a
son, Foy Durrence and Mrs. Dur- people to print the' Clewiston News .
( few weeks ago. He and Mrs. Col- and get it to the boys in service were Thomas Gulf Service I (next door to Bill Allen's)
rence. at or
lins are staying the ClewistonInn
: .:.., fully repaid a 'few weeks ago when
, .:' Mrs. C. L. McLendon and son, I[ this week and will move into the newspaper was the means of I Station.
",:' :Lamar, visited in West Palm Beach the R. C. Nowling home when it is announcing to a proud father the .4

". Saturday. They accompanied Mrs [vacated next week.COJI11ISSARY news of the safe arrival of a son. 1 .

/ M.. W. Wilder of Lake Harbor. I It so happened that Larry Nash RENTAL HOUSES

' : I EMPLOYEES : was shipped from the States several FOR SALE of Mrs Viola Stone's Estate arein

. S Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McLaugh-,\ ENJOY SUNDAY PISH FRY (I days before the arrival of the baby. I. charge ,of Mrs. Jewel Hooker.

]fin are parents_of a 7 % pound baby 1----1(Mail to soldiers :when they first go Good Income Two now vacant.
I; ,' boy who was born in the Fort Myers l i overseas is a 'matter of weeks and I.I Property SEE l\ffiSHOOKER
Hospital yesterday afternoon. 'Corporation's commissaries and Evelyn messages had not yet reached -
- "':,tJ:. bers of .their families were' me'm-I Larry. But when he landed on t Nine room house on Ventura concerning them.
t :
':,:;:, Mrs. N. V. ,S. Mumford, Mrs. F. led I at a fish fry given for the Island in the Southwest Pacific I !
. Deane Duff, Mrs. Harold M. Case, Fisheating Creek near Moore Haven I he found two Clewiston boys, Wilbur Avenue. Five bed >e.
Mrs H. T. Vaughn and Mrs. J. W. Sunday by Cecil M. Webb, managerof Goff and Dick Hooks, who receive I
':- ;- Ezelle were 'visitors in West Palm Kinchafoonie Milling Company, of I the Clewiston News as reg-I rooms. Lots of built-in

Beach Saturday. Tampa. : ularly as mail arrives. When they Johnson's Fish
Camp I
'
, : 1 ,> The crowd consisted, of Mr. and : opened their News a short time after cabinets. Thomas M.

. ,Miss Florence Graham and Roberta Mrs. Cecil M. Webb, of Tampa, Mr. I.I Larry's arrival and saw the baby's (Near, Hurricane Gate' )
RAF Cadets Ar- announcement they rushed over to Boals Box 7308 Clewiston Clewiston, ,Fla.
Spicer and and Mrs. ,Arthur F. Slingluff, and -
Brooks ., break the news that the baby was Boats. and Motors-Guide Service
thur Banks and Douglas Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hughes, Doro- I
. spent Sunday in Canal Point visitingMr. thy and Virginia Hughes of Tampa, 'I a boy and all was well. Fla. tfn Rates ReasonableW.
'' H. Johnson
: and Mrs. William 'Johson. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Driggers, Mis. Incidentally that, Island down in Mgr.

, I Gordie Collins, Mr. and Mrs. A. O, Iii' the Southwest, Pacific must be fair-

'- ,' Miss Roberta Spicer left Thursday 'jWard and' Grace ,Ward,. of Clewis 'I ly crowded by now, and mostly with

, '. ; for Tallahassee to attend graduation I ton, Mrs.,' Lois Kirk, Alton Lee, R. I Hendry County ,boys. Wilbur and WANTED: An ambitious, wide-a- J. M. COUSE
.- exercises at Florida State College for L. Lee, Miss Ella Mae Lee, Mr. and I Dick have as co-workers there Blitz wake man or woman to look after
, ,-( attended the renewals and new subscriptions for Counselor and Attorney at Law
,
: Women. Miss Spicer Mrs. Olin Waters and, Jimmie Waters I Wegman, Buford Surrency, Ben
,: college two years as a member of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Paul, all of : Hall and John Stewart, all from La- the popular, fast-selling (magazine, Hopkins Building

. .. ', the class which graduates, this year.. Clewiston, Mr. and Mrs. Keen, ,Mr.: I Belle. And since Larry Nash has The AMERICAN HOME. It is easy, Wednesdays and Saturdays
and Mrs. Grady T. Echols and Lois arrived, too, it must be like old pleasant work and it pays big com- -
,> Dr. B. A. Bourne motored to Echols, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clark'I home week. We bet they rush out missions. Spare time only required. 0:30 to 4:00 '

"t {, ,West Palm Beach Saturday to meet I and J. S. Atkins of Azucar and Mr. Jto I meet every ship wondering: who'll I Write today to Director, Sales Di-

". ', .f<' Mrs. Bourne who returned from a and Mrs. Edgar Johnson of Benbow', be the next to drop in on them. 1

'. : ;' stay at Johns Hopkins Hospital in j Farms. I 4. ..:.,:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-.:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:-)..:.
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:..,i'. '{ ', Baltimore. Mrs. Bourne is much I It's Corporal Pete Chagaris now, ::: When it comes to EATS we are TOPS'

.'-:,. 't '" improved following her treatment ,MOTHERS CLUB MEETING AT his promotion to that, rank having I x::

: ': there. CENTER ON THURSDAY NIGHT come to him recently at Camp .i. THE CLEWISTON CAFE
? : .. .
r J Shelby, ,Mississippi, where he is : I : ."S- ". ':,
' :-::: ": The Rev..' and' Mis. John Miamf Montgom-the The. Mother's Club of the Community -I with the. Field Artillery. Pete is :_:. haVone. of-the best dining rooms in the Everglades' ; two large :
:\;s ery'spe11f' two days in Church met at the Community one of Clewiston's favorites amI.: fans change the air continually and make it comfortable a!..
\f':' :I: first of theV ek, Lt. Montgomery J Center' Thursday evening with well deserves his rise from the ranks :;: and cool. >

::Rz ; ,leaving: from there 'Tuesday for \ Mrs., Carl E. Johnson presiding: of privates. Pete could have been .:. t
Williamsburg, Virginia, to enter the I :: We have the most competent cooks; the most experienced :;.
: 'f.; ''mustered, out a short time ago as he ;
II Mrs. L. M. Weetman led a devotional ..
' Training School of the help; the most varieties of meats, sea foods, and home-made :
Chaplain I '
::; ; : service with which the was over the 38 year old limit, but X:: pastries. ';-
.'10 '' : U. S. Naval Reserve at William and ...
' ; meeting opened. Mrs. A. H., Vann he chose to stay in and make Uncle _;-
<}: t';::, Mary' College.' Mrs. Montgomery, re- gave in story form a synopsis, of an I I Sam .another. good soldier boy. ::: We use no points, but fresh vegetables from our, own gardelOm' \ ::
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camplete article on child problems taken from- Menu Huns ill This Manner (Full. Course Dinner:) :::
f a 'recent Reader's Digest, j A short time ago a friend of LeonBrewer's :i: ......
',:;, ;;: ': er, in the local school, after which ., subscribed to the News ,.:. 1. Bowl of soup, freshly made, new variety daily. .;,
, (; ;: fJ-i-!. ', she will join her husband. I I! Mrs. W. M. Martin brought Mo-the i'for him and he has written us how :: 2. Dish of' salad, new variety daily. :::
,."'.., "-1t.' -' :':new scrap-book, "Memories of much he is enjoying it. Headed)'.i., 3. Your choice of ten varieties of meat or fisli. :-

:;".{;; 'i:iV:' Gratton George, who returned ten ,timers Club," which she has made I "Alaska 5-5-43," the letter, sent ::: 4. Your choice of three of five varieties, vegetables.' X
for the 5. A portion of pudding fruit dessert ice ::
', : t..tr days ago to Johns Hopkins Hospital group. or cream. ;
: .:; \ i jair mail, reached us ten days ,later. :: Coffee hot-tea iced'tea.. +,
6. or
.";.;.\ V;;. ::. I in Baltimore, sends a 'message back; A "parents"intelligence test" was He wrote: '\ .:. ; ::

.ti' .:. that his condition seems improved! given the members and was found I "I have been meaning for some -.i. Our prices have, changed but very little from pre-war days. i
since his return' to the hospital. One I most interesting.
; ,l ; : '
tell how much ;
time write and
( to you s ::
:" I:: hand has been placed in a cast to, Mrs Johnson and Mrs. Foy Dur- I1 enjoy getting the, .Clewiston 'News. I .i..i.I Give. ,us, a trial and convince yourself. ":.

.:- ,. ', prevent its being drawn out of shape I' renee, 'hostesses, served refreshments I Very few; people realize how much :2: _.

i.:;' ,, ',':, by the painful afflication. Mr., to. Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. i the 'home town' 'paper means to the :: CLEWISTON. CAFE :.:
'" ",: George returned a month ago fioma : W. M. Martin. Mrs. J.V.. Ezelle, .
boys'who are a long way from .i' ::
", '>. :;l stay in St. Louis and se 'med much S Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs. C. L. Mc-'homeNo I one ever seems, to write :: Across the Highway from Sugar Office. .;.

. ", improved, but grew worse rapidly: ', Lendon, Mrs. B. T. Vorhees, Mrs.A. I',all of the things that happen at ..::,.:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

7" S after his return. He made the trip I H. Vann, 'Mrs. J. W. Durden,, I home. I've really gotten a thrill ,
"- .!' to Baltimore by plane.KinmonNewman. Mrs. L. M. Weetman, Mrs. C. E..
( reading every item from the first r'j r- ,-. '-
I Gericke and Mrs. W. D. Wylie., I I page to the last. .

: : I "It is very hard to Trite about ,_.... ('
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I : :: :? : ; '
I
our life up here due to the Vv3ear, : '':
, ,'" -, J II. C. Meaclor: Pastor censorship. About all we strict'I' : ," ,
. whi'cQ occui-j:! ... ,
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' In a pretty wedding, -
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well and > .
is that we are as 'j "
: : red in the Clewiston Community j !9:45) : > ::: .
'. a. m.-Sunday School. I as anyone can be so far from home.' .,, '. '
Church Saturday afternoon Miss 11:00 a. m-Morning Woiship. I am. stationed at what is con-I 1, '-,

" Render'I 2:00 p. m.-Dedication Service. sidered the best post in Alaska and !. : ; '" .
. : ,, ; thej ,7:15 p. m.-Training Union. that really helps. I --I, Public: ,

I bride -Sergeant Philip R. Kin- 8:30 p. m.-Evening Worship.We I "Spring ..seems to be re'ally on the I YOU helped us write this new '
mon, of 'Charlotte North Carolina.The ., are anticipating the greatest fine to the I ,
I .way. It surely, seems see double-size edition of Color for
ceremony was performed by Sunday School in the history of our sun again after 'so much" snow and
':. ". the Rev. John Nelson Montgomery,I church this next Sunday AVe have cold. The days are really getting ,your Home. Your enthusiastic response ,

r v, ...' minister of the church, in the presence !;1 an all -time high of. 167 in attendance :' long up here. It gets dusk' for to our nation-wide question- ,

' ';:' of a large assembly of friends] but we have every reason to I i i about two. hours out of the whole naire and your helpful comments and

: -' .' of the couple. I' believe we will far exceed that goal ,day i now I cannot get used to all suggestions were not only music to
The altar was decorated with Sunday. If you do your part andI day-light. We would certainly havea

'. Easter lilies and asparagus fern and!I' do mine we will. If you are nota time; if we tried to have- a black our ears but inspiration to our .

'.. "was lighted 'with white tapers. | member of a Sunday School in out. People have started planting hearts. ,;

Before the ceremony Miss June Clewiston we urge you to come withus gardens and that is a ,sure sign that So here's magazine of
.. ,, ILove'you your
_, Hooker sang, Truly. Sunday. spring is really on the way.
5 She was dressed in aqua organza.! timely hints for today's living ;
'" The fifth birthday of our church "Please thank the one respon-
'
:. :' Mrs. Fronie Erler accompanied her! brings great rejoicing among us. I sible for sending me the Clewiston j I Editorially built around your own.

at the piano ,and also played the This is Dedication Day. Our church News" r Ideas and interpreting them with .

',,, ::/ ; traditional wedding marches for the ,will be set apart for the service of,' Leon is Sgt.' Brewer now. every art and skill at our command.,
:
ceremony God in the afternoon program. *" .
';',: Miss. Letha Kelly was brides maid i YOU will want to BE THERE! It's Lieutenant (j.g.) Lloyd G.I:I We' hope- you'll like it .

and Miss Marguerite Middleton,, Come bring your friends. Kelly now. news 'of LI<;>yd's promotion And thanks a million 1 .
maid of honor. Both wore period,I ABOUT THAT DINNER. We will having drifted in from some Sincerely,
;-' -: dresses of organza and shoulder have an old-fashioned picnic dinnerat where. He is in the Pacific wherehe

: .' corsages of gardenias. Miss Kelly's the church Sunday We invite has been serving with the U. S. Eo Ld. a 4
dress was blue and Miss Middleton'spink. you to bring your basket dinner and Navy for the past few : : -L.

", spread it with us. We 'are going to Lloyd has seen service in all months:1 EDITORP.
The bride's dress was fashioned have a great time and you will wantto bordering the States it seems. He.

with a fitted bodice oU white lace enjoy it. Il\1PORTANT-Do not was in the Great Lakes and the; S. -- If ,you didn't get a copy by
: with, full skirt of mousseline de sole. stay away from Sunday School and St.I'
Atlantic
Lawrence, fhe and now mail, there's one waiting for you
1 A Juliet cap of white braid held her I church service to prepare the din- Pacific. ,
\ fingertip veil in place. She carriedan ner. Prepare it before hand and be aWe I ,t H, ((FREE) atBishopWilson
I .
,1' -- old-fashioned nosegay and wore in your place on Sunday morning. haven't ,heard the details yet
1 a single strand of pearls. Read the history of our church (and probably won't) but it seems II I- Lumber Co. -

3 The groom was attended by Ser- elsewhere in this paper. that Morris Ford landed_ overseas I
I
j geant Robert M. LaFlowers as best BIRTHDAY OFFERING is to bused e, without that long-desired furlough PHONES

man and Captain. T. E. Persinger 'as in the construction of a much home. ,.j S \ CLEWISTON, FLA. ,
usher. : needed educational building. Wf;, .
Following the ceremony a recep'. have set as our goal $1,000.00. That: Lieutenan and Mrs. J. 'F. M(- l






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; r THEY E y- UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Heart With Feet Down! .

E I
=c- XPENDABL SUNDAY "Charles," said the sharp-voiced

-t I LessonBy woman to her husband on the

by' '7 / PiT;= train, "do you know you and I hada

WHITE --n" W.N.U.FEATURES HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST. D, D. romance on a train?"
Of The Moody Bible Institute .
of hi
of been shot down the second day of dropped in on me, he said that was (Released by Western Newspaper Union ago) "Never heard of it," said Charles.
STORY SO FAR: The story "Don't
THE
had been the dope he was getting-that we you remember it wasa
squadron
His
battle for the Philippines the war.
In the
their
part had six P-40's left. Soon it got pair of slippers I presented to
only
four of the five looking for Jap planes
Is being told by circling,
naval officers who are all that Is left of which the listening devices had down to two; we called 'em the Lesson for May 16 you the Christmas-beforc we were

Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 3. They picked up out at sea, heading in Phantom and the Lone Ranger. married that led to our marriage?

are Lieut. John Bulkeley (now Lieutenant from the direction of Formosa. "And I said, 'My God, what's tested nand copyrighted and; Scripture by International texts se You remember how nicely they e

Commander), squadron. commander; They'd been up all morning, were going to happen to us?' Council of Religious Education: used by fit, don't you? We were going to a

Lieut. R. B. Kelly, second in-command; almost out of gas, so decided to land "I told him I didn't know," said permission. picnic, you had your feet on a .
and Ensigns Anthony Akers and GeorgeE. first plane came in Bulkeley "but that I'd been talkingto seat, and when you weren't look-
Jr. After Pearl Harbor, Lieut. and refuel. The PETER AND JOUN PREACH TO
Cox orders Lieut. Kelly to take all right, but the second overshot the the Admiral, who'd said that we SAMARITANSLESSON ing I took your measure. But for

three Bulkeley of the boats to Bataan, where they field. His plane was the third, and couldn't possibly hope to Hold the that pair of slippers I don't be-
has a badly his wheels on the Islands that Singaporeand lieve we'd ever been married."
set up headquarters. Kelly he said as he put Philippine TEXT-Acts 8:14.25.
gashed finger, but doesn't dare take time ground a load of bombs crashed Hong Kong would fall too, un GOLDEN TEXT-Lift up your eyes, and A young man sitting opposite
to go to the hospital, as things are down out of the clouds onto the oth- less help arrived-and soon. And look on the fields; for they arc white already with a girl, immediately removed this

moving fast. During the first big air er end of the field. Of course he probably the Dutch East Indies." : to harvest.-John 4:35. feet from the seat.
Jap
raid the PT boats shot down three poured the soup into her and took "Well, that floored me," said Kelly .
dive bombers. Kelly is speaking. The Church as it grows has prob- -
". off. He tried to gain altitude and "So I asked him how they were lems, and so God calls leaders to

headed for Nichols Field, when sud- going to use the MTB'swouldn'tthey serve Him in meeting and settling For ONLY 10/Now

CHAPTER III denly a flight of Jap fighters poppedout let us go out on any offensive them for His glory and the good of
i I of the clouds. He turned. and missions? He said he'd been tryingto the Church. Less than

"When Bulkeley got back he took headed right for the center of it, get the Admiral to let him go to Philip had gone to Samaria (as a

one look at me and ordered me tc but when he pressed the button only Lingayen Gulf on a raid. Eighty result of the first persecution of the i
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the hospital at Corregidor. But when one of ,his six guns would work- Jap transports were up there land Church) and there he had been usedof yi EUC
that beautiful the rest were jammed. He said ing troops and our coastal batter
"we got there they told.us God to bring many to faith in
big modern one-thousand-bed hos don't ask him why-ask the guys ies were having to fallback becauseof Christ. Now that the new groupsof

pital had been abandoned. There it who designed them or installed themor Jap air superiority-Jap fighters believers needed guidance and in-

was, I don't know how much it had serviced them. His job was justto diving on the batteries and machine struction, Peter "and John were sent

cost, as useless to us as a Buddhist press the button, and he'd done gunning them until. no one could to help them (v. 14). ., a dose
The patients had all that. There he was with two Zeroson take it."Then. Use only as directed.IRRITATIONS .
monastery. A proper understanding of, and at-
been moved down into one hundred his tail, filling him full of holes- I asked the skipper how titude toward, God's gracious gift of

beds in one of the tunnels in the they were explosive bullets, too; he the infantry was holding. 'Not wortha salvation is of first importance. New

Rock. I wasn't so delirious that ]I had gashes all over where he'd been damn,' he said. 'The strafing is converts must recognize that it is

couldn't figure out why. Because nicked. He said he dived into'nearby a just cutting them to ribbons. Not a gift: that it cannot be earned 'or I
aircraft anti-aircraft protection cloud and managed to only that but the Japs are landing I
with no or bought, and that it issues in a life I
topside shake them, but then his motor be- lot of automatic
that big expensive tanks-a hell of a of service and testimony.I. !
hospital was just an unprotected tar gan to sputter-had been almost out weapons which are just what we OF
of gas when the attack started, and need and haven't got.' By the time Spiritual Life and Poyer.Is. S KI1.6
get."The bullets in his tanks had God's Gift to Believers (vv. 14-17). EXTERNAL CAUSE
the Jap he
next I remember was down .he left, I was as low as was. ,

in the tunnel in the army hospital i.. "That night Peggy, who was on The Holy Spirit was received by acno pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
# broken-out skin. Millions: relieve
these members of the Churchby ugly
the doctor night a few minutes off early
under Corregidor, army duty, got miseries with simple home treatment.
asking me what treatment I'd hadas about one o'clock to come in and the laying on of the apostles'hands Goes to work at once. Direct action aids

he cut the shirt off my back-it shoot the breeze with me. She'd I but later He came directly Black healing and, works White the Ointment antiseptic only way.as Use directed.

wouldn't come off over my hand any been picking 'up a lot of stuff, and into the believer's heart the momenthe .lOc,25c 50c sizes.25 years success.
C ; of had faith in God. This is now :Honey-back guarantee. 43T Vital In
more. she said a bunch our tankcorpsboys cleansing la good soap. Enjoy famous ,
"But the thing that impressed me had just been brought in. She our blessed privilege, and the pro- Black and White Skin Soap daily

most-even then-was the army told me what they'd been telling her, vision for our every need as followers -

nurses. There were fourteen of themon and finally said she guessed it of Christ, to recognize the in-

the Rock. wouldn't hurt if I went in and lay dwelling Holy Spirit.

down for half an hour on an empty What a glorious truth it is that the

"Or maybe it was Peggy cute herself kid., bunk next to them, so I could hear believer is indwelt by the Holy I I I I
because
she was a very 1
about medium height and it myself. Spirit, He who is a divine person,
A brunette
it her "They'd walked two hundred kilometers not just a power or influence (I Cor.
very trim, but mostly was includ- Easy,handy to use.
barefoot. Four tankloads of 6:19). Thus every believer,
eyes, I guess, and a cute way No muss, no fuss.
green firmly them had been sent in to head offa ing the humblest as well as the Dependable for 65
she.had of telling you very 35c and
has in him the One who years
Jap landing near Batangastheywere greatest,
what you had to do, so that you $100 sizes at your
did to go ahead of four columnsof gives spiritual life and power, who nearby druggist's.STEARNS1 .
the
but
grinned, just same you +
it. She started right in bossing me infantry and pave the way for gives grace for holy living, and empowers ELECTRICX"To

retaking a little fishing village held for service.
around while she helped cut off my
by a small Jap force. The greatest power in all the

shirt. "The boys said their major had world-the power of the infinite Godis

"It came at eleven at night," Vt1qr assured them the. Japs had 'nothing thus available to every true and

Bulkeley went,on. "I had my three bigger than 50-caliber machine gunsof yielded believer, as God's free gift.

boats out there by 11:30. Funny course their armor would stop II. Spiritual Life and Power Can- relieve distress of MONTHLY"X

thing, that old ship had been an that. So they started on in, when not Be Bought by Works or Moneyvv.

aircraft carrier in the battle of all of a sudden-Barn! The Japs ( 18-24). Female WeaknessWHICH

Jutland-first boat ever to launch a had waited until they got within good Men of this world are so used to

plane in actual battle She survivesthe s range, and then opened up with an putting their .trust in money that MAKES YOU CRANKY,NERVOUS!

whole German Imperial fleet and anti-tank gun which knocked the they come to think that one can buy Com-
Plnkham's
E. Vegetable
than later ends doors off the lead tank, and then, To them and Lydia
twenty
mare years anything. every man pound has helped thousands to relieve -
up on an American mine halfway because the road was too narrow for every desirable thing must have its periodic pain, backache, head-

round the world. the rest to turn around on, they price. Let us be clear that there ache with weak, nervous, cranky,
knocked the treads off all the oth- blue feelings due to functional
"When we got there, survivorswere are men who cannot be bought, and monthly disturbances. This Is due

so thick we didn't have to zig- ers except one. that the best things in life bear no to Its soothing effect on one of

zag to pick them up-just went 'Well, then what. did you do? price tag. A mother's love, friend- WOMAN'S MOST IMPORTANT OBGANS.

straight ahead and we got all we I asked the kids. ship, fellowship with Godpricelessthey Taken regularly-Pinkham's Com
'Fired about two hundred rounds pound helps build up resistance
could handle, although there were are, but not'for sale. against such annoying symptoms.
and four rounds of 37-
50-caliber
cries coming out of the darkness all of Above all let it be clear that eter- Follow label directions.Worth tT1inglHOUSEWIVES

around. millimeter cannon. nal life, and the power of God the
'Which way were you shooting? cannot be gained by pil-
"But the queerest thing came at Holy Spirit,
which You it
'Every see,
the end. The cries out in the dark- "Our coastal batteries were hay way.fast couldn't ing up good works, nor by paymentin
all happened so we
and to fall back." the coin of this world.
almost ing
ness had stopped, we tell where the Jap fire was coming
cruising for the crumbs when Simon Magus wanted this powerto
were spilled the rest. So he headed her from. At the end of five minutes,
out over the water I heard his business as a magi-
suddenly, improve
those tanks ended in
three of
nose down out of the cloud, and as up !
someone whistling a tune! I couldn'tbelieve cian. He made a very gross pro-
it the rice paddy-they were fourteen-
luck would have spotted an emer-
it. But we changed course but wonders whether he 'KillS
field. But his wing tip hit a ton light tanks-two of them with posal, one
and presently came alongside an avi gency more to be censured than
blown off and in of was any
tree and the plane cracked up, the doors one
He'd been blown out there in the Church today who are 1WAPHISOne
ator. way
many
fire had
the. machine-gun
mashing in all the bones on the right these, Jap
with three life belts. He'd put the same thing, though by
along doing
the off the lieutenant in
side of his face. He'd spent a weekin cut legs
makes six
his feet another and skillful methods.Not ounce gallons
one of them under more cultured
riddled
The others
native hospital on a bamboo command. were
.
a of aphis Full directions
under his head like a pillow, and the Our tank the only are there those who are spray.
bunk without the bones set,rand now with holes. was only on label. Insist on
third under his behind. Had his he could only mumble to me out one that wasn't hurt. trying to buy their own way into factory scaled packages.
hands comfortably folded on his did do?' heaven but also those who by hold- ??
what
of the left corner of his mouth. 'So you TOBACCO PRODUCTS t CHUUU1 4, ,
stomach. He thanked us, said hecouldn't "The next day 'Tex on the other 'Tried to turn it around and get ing the purse strings, try to con- C08POIAIION.INCORPORATED _|9/]

swim, so he'd been whistlingjust side told me his story. He was alsoa the hell out of there. But the road trol the message of the preacher. lOUISVUll KINTUCKY 4E

to kill time until someone came fighter pilot and his squadron had was too narrow, and then the tank What about those who by their finan- I

along. Asked if there was anything been at Clark Field-flying all morn- got stuck in reverse, and ended up cial gifts seek to gain control of

he could do. That guy had plenty ing. They'd come down to gas the on its side in the rice paddy.' church organizations?

guts.. planes, and the pilots were sitting 'What did the infantry do?' Their efforts are doomed to ulti-

"They began Bringing "them into around.on the wings or in their cock- 'Ran like rabbits.' mate failure-God will see to that!

my hospital before dawn, said Kel- pits, waiting for orders to take off, 'Didn't they have any guns?' -but in the meantime they do much : *

ly. "One of ,them was a Filipino when suddenly there was a big bang 'Only rifles-not a machine gun! harm to the cause of Christ. Manya Your Waste Kitchen Fats
been second
boy who'd: engineer. and the plane he was sitting in in the crowd. Maybe they didn't church and pastor would like to

He'd been burned all over except seemed to jump about forty feet, in have anything else to give them, rise up and say with Peter, "Thy. Are Needed for Explosives
his shorts had been and he
where screamed horribly whenthey, the air, and then pancaked back but anyway the major said all they money perish with thee." TURN 'EM IN! *

with its wings folded over the cock- would find up there was rifles, and. if III. Spiritual Life and Power
sprayed his burns. They'd put him
pit. The Japs had popped out of a there were any Jap machine guns, Should Result in Testimony (v. 25).
in the stiff wagon, but an army doc- tanks would deal with that. So 19-43
cloud and let them have it. He the WNU-7 ,
tor felt his pulse and said 'Hell, Peter and John'set the Samaritan
being cut to rib-
crawled out unscratched, but he there they were,
that man's not dead,' so they sent concealed machine-gun fire Christians a good example as they
hour bons by ,
said for half an everything was
him here. back to Jerusalem, by permit-
went
in the wildest confusion. and nothing else to do but get for
them to
ting the Holy Spirit to use
i "Meanwhile gloomy talk was get- "The dope on the listening devices cover. testify and to teach the Word of the
seemed to be, he said, that they had 'Didn't all this-sending those
ting me worried about the whole picture Lord in of their villages.One .
many
; ;; and the next day the skipper picked up the Japs a hundred milesat I tanks into a trap without scouting the
here came in to ,see mesaid sea, followed them in all right, ahead-seem like a damn-fool ma- of the great hindrances to Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof

Lieut. R. B. Kelly; "they'd sent him but then lost when they were fifteen neuver to you?' I asked him. carrying out of the great commis- Harmful Body Waste
miles off the coast. 'Well,' the kid said, 'the major sion has been that Christians have Your kidneys are constantly filtering
er'duty.. He look-
over on cour was
had life and even spir- waste matter from the blood stream.But
the lieutenant worked received spiritual ,
ing pretty grim. When I asked him "But somebody decided the Japs and out kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot
maneuver at armored itual as though it were some- intended-fail to remove -
about these rumors concerning the must be heading for Baguio, and the same power act as Nature
back in the States. It had for their own gratification or impurities that, if retained, may
air corps, he said it had practicallybeen they were sitting there, all gassedup school thing poison the system and upset the whole
annihilated-we only had six waiting word to take off and I worked there; they thought it was comfort. God saves us to serve Him body machinery.
backache
and in life. Symptoms may be nagging
P-40'sleft, and that_was why every- intercept the Japs before they got pretty good. in testimony persistent headache,attacks of dizziness
thing was going to hell. to Baguio. Whereas, as a matterof "So I asked the kid' why he The Holy Spirit does not speak of getting up nights feeling swelling of, puthness nervous :1
under the
"Yet I couldn't see how they had fact,"the' Japs were perched in a thought it hadn't worked this time.' Himself. He_guides the believer in anxiety and eyes-a loss of pep and strength.
their field 'Maybe because the Japs were all truth (John 16:13), particularlythe Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder 1
cloud
done it, until a few days later when right over own are sometimes burning, scanty or
they began moving patients from I waiting to let them have it. too clever in hiding their anti-tank truth regarding Christ. The Spir- too frequent urination.
and too good shots. They interest is to glorify There should be no doubt that prompt !
the Manila hospital (it was the fore- "He said after the bombing they'dmanaged guns it's primary treatment is wiser than neglect. Use
runner of evacuation, although we to piece together out of the knocked the treads and doors off Christ (John 16:14). Doan'e Pills. Doan'a have been winning j

didn't guess that yet) into Corregi: wreckage about ten per cent of the most of the tanks before they had It follows then that the Spirit- new They friends have for a nation-wide more than forty reputation.Are years.. ,j

dor. In the cot on my left was a planes they'd originally had. A week time to do anything. And then, un- filled believer will be busy about recommended by grateful nt&ghborJ people the .J'

Texas kid, a pilot from Clark Field. later he'd cracked up landing on a like the roads back in the States, I speaking for Christ and glorifying country over. Ask your :

On the other side was an Ohio pilot soft spot on the field-a bomb crater these were narrow native roads, I His name. The Holy'Spirit is ready I j

from Iba. Texas was pretty sick, that hadn't been properly filledandhere with rice paddies on both' sides I'to teach even the words to say that 1

so the first night j shot the breeze he was. you couldn't maneuver. Christ may be lifted up and men be"

with the Ohio boy. He said he'd "The next time the skipper,here (TO BE CONTINUED) saved.







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J.'j. : .1 OUR COMIC SECTION I &@\. Pt i eAwni




,
- PETERB.
CompensatingDoctor Fair Question"I

.E i1Ji1li (after examining patient): say, waiter, is this peach or
"I don't like the looks of your husband, apple pie?"
Mrs..Brown"
PEEVE "Can't you tell by the taste?"
Mrs. Brown: "Neither do 7, Doctor "No."
but he's good to our children."
..
"Then what difference does it
Middle-Age When a man make?"
.
1 d- ceases to grow vertically and I

starts to grow horizontally: \the I I Relapse Coming

middle. Young man in hospital-Nurse, rye
PTri. -- fallen in love with you. If 1 get well
Or Did They? I'll have to leave so I don't want to get

"The' law of gravity explains well.Pretty
young mrse-Don' worry, youwon't.
why people stay on the earth.
The doctor's
in love with me,
"How did they stay on before
too, and he saw you kissing me this
the law was passed?" morning.


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'(WNU Service) rl You Can Make This RHEUMATIC PAIN

Sturdy Porch Chair Need not Spoil your Day-Get after It No.Don't .
. ," Y put off getting C-2223 to re-
.. II I Iy. lieve pain of muscular rheumatismand
., -. \ 0 other rheumatic pains. Caution:
Use only as directed. First bottle
,. ee k purchase price back if not satisfied.60c .
===== f \. and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223.

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{ lNCH board and an ordinary saw
LIT\\ ...
this sturdy lawn or porch Airplanes now transport workersand
JIl\ supplies to South American
ktrftvz\\ chair. Complete measurements rubber forests hours. Until war
and'directions are given on Z9283. placed rubber on the"havo not"
Hit In the U.S.,weeks and months
I 1 Also on the pattern are seven silhouettes were consumed In carrying supplies -
for use on the chair, or to the rubber tappers.

for gates and shutters. Cut these When,one considers that for more

I I TELL YOU I GET Y LATE! I WANT THE SAY,BOSS- YOU'RE WHOM? > out or trace and paint;: than wore 20 encouraged years car to and abuse truck their owners tires, I
PALO TOMORROW MONEY TODAY, OR THAT AWFULLY SUPERSTITIOUS ME? through various forms of road hazard .
i DRESS COMES BACK General instructions for making cutouts guarantees,it must bo acknowl.
AREN'T YOU? DON'T
ISo TO THE'STORE! BE accompany the pattern. The price, is 15 edged that a laudable patriotism is
/
FUNNY being shown by them now in conserving -
; cents. Send order to:
30s your
..: / their rubber supplies.
f/ _
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"' I M AUNT MARTHA Remember the days when 20
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207 Westport Road Kansas City Mo. rounds pressure per cross section
the standard inflation
I
;a.. E D i n Enclose 15 cents for each pattern recommendation Rough riding

,. ,. .. !I / 1-: y.6 I. E desired. PatternNo.\ ............ and day.flat were the order of the

{ B .4 Name .......... .................... Anew highwllY hili been constructed
: to the Mercapota gold mines in Peru.
':.' O Address ............................. Butrubber is the most important item
\? i ta being carriod over it.
"':;;.". I 6
D :
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was customary! for each knight to
Y ; 4AWGOON .
':, ,. -- raise the ,visor of his helmet as a "
. 'S means of identification. This ges

ture has come down through all
AJOTHIN' I IBETCHA YOURE armies' in the form of the salute.

., S'. ; YOU ARE ,(, OF THE SORT, AFRAID TO LEND ME Traditional, too, is the Army man'spreference '

.:.. SO- YOUNG LADY! : THIRTEEN DOLLARS for Camel cigarettes.
'TIL TOMORROW! With men in the Army, Navy, Ma

TE rines, and Coast Guard, actual
, : sales records in their service

: a stores show that Camel is the
N favorite. It's one of the favorite
I 'gifts with service men. And though

: :. :.: N OVs there are Post Office restrictionson
<
packages to overseas Army
I G 'amen, you can still send Camels to
'
'soldiers in the U. S., and to men

i iTT:1 :[in the Navy, Marines, and CoastGuard
WNU Features. l ib : wherever they are.-Adv. -Boy War. Savings Bonds-
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: .p P4 0 WANT TO SEE THIS TIME,
THE DOCTOR U w o M N :i
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IN THE WAR!
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t=0 R ? Virginia"Donnelly,who
makes filaments for radio ,. ..: .>: :::. .. ,.. 3
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sets at a

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.. I II The"Y-ZONE"-Taste and Throat-is the proving
ground for cigarettes. Only your taste and throat
j': DON'T BLAME HIM, I IH MEANEST PERSON I FULL TIME JOB i da can decide which cigarette tastes best to you...

-- and how it affects your throat.

For three days, or rather nights, Based on the experience millions ? .
the cinema attendant had gone of smokers, we believe >
about her work gloomily. Then sud- Camels will suit your '

denly her companions were sur- T-ZONE" to a "I." Proveit
prised to see her smiling cheerfully. for yourself 1 1J.
"What's happened?" they askedin r

surprise. ,; / ?
"Well, it's like this," she replied, _
with a chuckle, "that boy who
Mr. Smith-My wife can trace her chucked me has just come in with Boss-I wish you wouldn't whistleat
; ancestry back to an English lord. his new girl-one of those bottle yourwork.Man .

Mr. Jones-What chance has a i blondes!-and I've-put 'em in separate I wasn't working; just

dead man got to defend himself? I I seats!" ._. whistling. -
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tiTAGR T.'fr.HT THE CLEWISTOX NEWS. .FJMDAY. MAY 21. 1943NOTICE


]I Ration Book No. 3- ball and tennis':" i which several Southern Baptist Mis-

Certified 1 The. letter was::written on a single sionaries, home from'
from the audit report of HImes & HImes I on furlough
The Accountants following extracts of the books and records of the City of Clewiston General sheet of paper which folded over to many mission fields, stired our .:
Public October 1, 1941 and ending September 30. 1942 (Continued from Page 1) make its :
Fund for the period begun Clewiston Electric and Waterworks' own envelope and the flap I I hearts with missionary visions. In. ',
both t dates inclusive and of the City of acquisition'of said they are filled out a three cent was slipped inside a slot,-no' j
;System; for the period begun April 30, 1912, the date of provisions j i' 1941 a daily vacation Bible schoolwas
""system, and ended September 30, 1942 both dates Inclusive, are published for stamp is to be placed in the square I for sealing letters. The camp ,'I held for Young People and 71.
'the information of nil concerned: .address is in German I .
GENERAL FUND designated and the card mailed. | and the stamp enrolled and received valuable information ,
I which sent the letter air mail was 1 I for
THE VEAIl ENDEDSErTEMKEU One application must l be mailed j young Christians. All
FOR
HKVENUE AND i excellent likeness of
'STATEMENT OF J2NSl who'are I an Der Fuehrer I II I these special features have served to
for each group of persons himself!

J.R VENUE' : year' 1941 __ ........_..._. .__.__.____._.-..-._.: $20,938.01 I related by blood marriage or adop-!I I I promote the growth of the church
.'Taxes Ooc u pa tI levied 0 nal licenses for *__.....__.,.__. _...._.._.......____....___.._.... 1310.50 22.01Dog tion and .who regularly live at the|I II of Ed's address it is 'and we hope many :, materially and spiritually. .

licenses.... ... ..::: :: .. --::::== -- 158.00: same address. Persons temporarily you use : This past February Mrs. J. F.'
Centals ; i: =:::=:=::::=.._.=:: := =::: 5.51F1edemption I from home (for a period of 60] Lieut. E. O. WardGefangenennummer |Vagts of Gainesville led the Sunday '.
: redemptions ___.:....:...._.-_______.:..-_ .- 608.22; away 4174
t interest on tax costs ___:.__. .___,.....-.--_.-.- 189.40 days or less) such as students, : Co. 6 I School forces in an Inside Enlargement -
'Collection Miscellaneous of Court....._..-.....__._.-....._..._.__.._...___._____.__. ...-- 61.63; I travelers, hospital patients, etc., Larger-Bezeichnungr. 6 Kriegsget-I: Campaign which resulted in amore .

NET REVENUE __.......____.:_._..___._..-_..__..._._..:.._,::....' 23323.32. ; must be included in the family ap Offizierlager VII B i complete departmentalization,
living at the Deutschland (Allemagne.) of the Sunday
:EXPENSE: ___.....___.. 401.28 plication. Persons 'I School. This necessitated -
Streets and Bridges _;.;..._.._._ :-$ 3, ---
Maintenance-Parks and Parkways ___..._.___.:__..L: 2,037.91 same address but not related by additional workers and pro-
Maintenance- .. ..... .. adoption must of I cured an increased enrollment.
operation blood, marriage or ; History Origin Attendance -
Equipment : :=:=.: tHtig. \ I I
::::::
Mowing Street lighting i weeds -........_...._....._... -_...,__...,-.,, file separate application. A person I I|I has reached the highest

Police Department..._:;::._.:::,:::: .::::.:::=:::::::::::::=:-::::= 2,555.93 1,810.27: : may be included in only one appli-i,I Continued-from Page 4) [average this year that has ever been:

Fire Department and sanitation .._..........____......__..._._.__...:._...___.".... 1,960.90 cation for Wa.Ratfon Book No. 3. i j I attained. .
'Garbage _.._.........___....______.__.,,,. ..._. 2,74.1.43'Legal
Office ....___......._-........._ : ---- The following may not apply or auxiliaries flourished. She was succeeded Miss Lois 'Prince served church -
and .._.__..__......__.____.._.___:_......._._. 474.77 I as
Insurance .publication........_._........_..._____........____.:..__.____.._......___-......,.. 426,61'Commissions' be included in any application for by Mrs. M. C. Vowell, who I clerk for one year and upon her

: .paid__...:::::_.::::::==::::=:=::::::=::: 25.00 65.40: War Ration Book 3 : Persons in the.I served for ten months when she-was resignation Mrs. E. E. Kelly was
Dog Pound .__,. 11,25 armed services, ,whether or not eat called home to be with her Lord. j elected and through the
Automobile licenses" ..._..._..___....._.___._- --- ---- r [ years has
_, 35.50 in organized messes, including Mrs. V. C. Woodward,
Miscellaneous'expense Election expense :.:::::=::==::.:;::: =::::::== 60.50':-:, .. ing Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard,. dent, finished out the' year.vice-presi-Mrs. |!office proved of a treasurer most efficient has been clerk.successfully The- ,

TOTAL, CASH 'EXPENSES ___ .L_.._--_..--._ 25185.46 and all Women's Auxiliaries; and I W. F. Nail, the present president, filled by Clyde Baker, Arch I II

$ 1,862.14 inmates of institutions of involuntary is doing a capable piece of work and Hodges, A. R. Broadfoot, W. W. t

Depreciation I ...___._._.__.:-_-_._.......:._._...._.__)..__._..__............._.-.......: ,.-' 962.29. confinement' such as prisons and.1 the organization is growing under (I I Perry, elected deacon in 1942, Her- I:

"'Excess-Expense oV revenue, transferred. to surplus' $ 2,824.43 insane asylums. her leadership. 'I j I man Davis and the present treasurer i

j I Families who do not 'receive an There have been several seasons_.' Ben Bolton, who was also elect- e !
,{ application form in the mail, orthose I of refreshing in .the seasons of re- 'led a deacon in 1942. I

ELECTRIC AND WATERWORKS: SYSTEM who need more than one may 1 1 vivals most capable conducted by The present! church membership !

SfWVEIEN'r: OF INCOME AND EXPENSE FOR THE PERIOD I1EOUN' APRir I apply at the postoffice for additional. Rev. G. H. Moore, Rev. G. H. 1\\ is 256.The Sunday School '

30, 1042, AND ENDED SEPTEMBER :$0, 1042 .' \ Crutcher, Rev D. O. Alderman and ment is 249. The training enroll.'I'I

INCOME: ". recently Rev. P. R. Wimberly. rollment is 75. '
The OPA said War Ration Book:j The :
SALES TO current-light CONSUMERS rate: .___...._...._..__..__.__._.._........._......_..$ 5,430.81 These brethern were true sionary' Union I
Electric combination _._...._............. 7034.87 No. 3 will be delivered by July 21 to)j represen- enrollment is 50. All
Electric current-commercial current-residential combination _._....._................ 10,837.07 the, address specified on the card, tatives of the Lord and many souls organizations are doing the best
Electric ''current rate _._...._._..._.__.._.._._.....___....._ 1,790.49 found Christ as Saviour' and God's work in the
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Electric power billing ___._._._._._______....._......... 998.11 Number 1, for coffee, sugar and 11' history of the church'
Interdepartmental Water _........_._...._......__...___.._._.__.........._.._ ....___..._._;.....-...._.---_.- 5,907.06 shoes and number 2, for meat and[ people were spiritually blessed. We and the future outlook is very

_.__..___--:-_._._______..._ $31,998.41PurchasesElectr canned vegetables, fruits and meatsare )1[ have had two schools of missions in bright.
Total income ic-MCurrent,.. ._.___._______,_______._ 10,816.57 the ration books In use now. nnnn

Ctoss 'Profit ....._.__..............___._.._...; ...__...._...--.---'..-.-;-..-.... $21,181.81OPERATING j- ..- \

labor EXPENSE.....___...:_._._..:.....?-.....__.,........_._...-_..__..?_.._._.._,__$ 1,839.92 ,: Storage Of Eggs -
Direct _.__...____....__._..::.._____...____...___.... 1,008.65Supplies I I
Light and_.power,.....__...__._...__.____._______.>-_.:__..;;..__._.._.._.....,..' 683.39,' (Continued from Page 1)
__.._.._. ..... .._.._. 30.53 .'
Small tools and mileage .,___, __._.___....,___.. '147.22' #
Auto Utility expense tax -_....._....1.....-.--.-:.-----..-.------------.......-...-. 367.65 !' ; ', 31, 1942, inclusive. If "working M9, Sr"x' f ?FA ornctAi.PHQTOdRAPM.. I
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600 U.& ARMY
4.077.36MAINTENANCE inventories" exceed cases ,
I 'r. : r of this formula, 'c' "' 4* InrvA's'' .IDH.AL CORP0
AND 'EQUIPMENTLabor .',/. through application ,,, rl""r1

AND.... REPAIR-PLANT... -.-_-..---.--_--.--- --.- 25.18 ; .r' a .statement must be made to the
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Material'i .. --_'---_-.-- 81.92 Director of FDA before June 1, 1943. I'
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and mileage __-.. ..____._-..--.... 359.13 ; t'
.Auto Supplies expense and small tools __--..__- -___.-__--'..:-.....__ 10.54 ire For the period June through December -
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476.77 ;... Jf. an average of slightly more
.' than two dozen eggs per month will

."MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR-OTHER be available for each civilian con-

Labor Material-Distribution-Distribution I system_.__. =, =-,__..:::::==:....::=-=. 297.92 182.37: .-; I sumer, according to present esti-

Labor-Meters .__ _..___.....?...__-..:..__.._?_.._-._._--:....-..--.--- 23.72 ',' mates of WFA. INSUREDjust
Material-Meters- _.__..__.,___._.___________.._.__.. .I:16 ;:,

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GENERAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSESupervision .

.Office" salaries-.-:_=:::=.=:=:::=:=::==::=::-:::::.?.$ 1,630.41 1.250.0&: : ,;;,: : (Continued from Page 5) I

and mileage ___"___ __.___ "_____._. 26.40 f r:
Auto< Stationery......:.....___._._...:__._.____.__:-__....:..___ 83.86 ,. .
Postage and telegraph _:.______._.._._-... 21.93... y African campaign March_ 24th camel I
Telephone bonds _. ._ 229.32 ;i; ;'. It s common same toBAYS
Insurance and ----- to his wife here yesterday. The
subscriptions surety : .. ::. .-.-...-....-- 17.00 :'..., '
Dues and and professional ?fees-----_- -_- ______ 8.75 -' letter was written April 20th, sent refrain from buying things

Miscellaneous Legal _......___._;.__._____.._____.__ --_-.--.- 2.52 : air mail, and reached Clewiston wA "
:, needed in War effort.
V
our
: May 20th.
3,592.61"OTHER \
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.... ': Ed wrote "Well, here I am at our : t. Save.. and buy after .our

DEDUCTIONS: ... __. _....._I._....__ 2,936.1 -
Revenue Certificates ...._._ _. .M : $ f'. permanent camp. You can get the 4(0mc
\Amortization.Interest Interest on on meter of discount, deposits on ?certificates.__.._____.-_._.._-:._..-_-_:.:...-__m..-_ 131.23 140.60 :; I,<;: address from the back of the letter. 9uac\Y l \ ,Victory., open your savings

Amortization. of financing fees ___..___-R._----.- 65.2' .", .';.'. There isn't much we can write except account here., today!
Bad debtsDepreciation_....._....._____.....__..________.._____.________ 18.09 ', I am well and haven't been injured -_.. .. -_.. .- -

: --S. .' ;"' "' ,. '-S ,in any way. I can only write

"Electric plant and equipment ......._....___....:.:__.:.____..\__ 1,346.14 .. 3 letters and 4 cards monthly, but War Bonds &
Water plant building and structures __,2_.___._ 399.12 you can write me every day and tell Buy StampsNnm1i1wJwt9
distribution system __. .__.__--::.- 1,052.24
"Office Water furniture plant and fixtures _.___._-.._.._.__.._.....-:: -... 10.C9 all the others to write often. Con- ,
tact the Red Cross and find out what I
6,099.51 14,751.42
you can send to me. Send toilet

6,430.42. articles-razor blades, shaving soap
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THER Consumers INCOME-penalties ........__.___.:_._.....____'_._M_'-_...__..$i 210.47 chocolate bars,. tooth paste, cigarettes -
Cash discounts earned ....._...__.._.__.._.__..,...._______....::... 2.49 ''' a few socks, underwear, a pairof
Commissions on sales of light bulbs _____.....-_..._M_ 10.47 223.43
dress shoes. The Red Cross will

.... .... $ 6,653.85 assist with
surplus We
NET PROFIT transferred 'to -------- ---: you everything. geta

t, .. Red Cross parcel weekly. I lost

the lighter, so if you can, send I
THE CITY COMMISSION CITY OF CLEWISTON', I
another. Also send a couple of
By F. Deane Duff, Mayor. I pairs of shorts and slip-overs to play I 111III
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