The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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At State College Address To Graduates
Degree ;:


: "Father Timothy J. Geary, pastor
Miss Barbara Morrison, daughter j of St. Margaret's Catholic Church,
of Mr. and Mrs J. Fred Morrison, of j FOR SIXTH GRADERSThe I STEWART HOME
j. ,OF ELECTING BOARD Clewiston, received her degree of will deliver the baccalaureate ,ad-
i dress to, the local graduates at
Bachelor of Arts yesterday at graduation
I., : exercises to be held in the High The final ,
State I meeting of the Garden
I exercises elementary school of Clewis- School ,auditorium Tuesday evening, *
The house of Representatives Club for the season 42-43 was held
College for Women in Tallahassee ton will close its doors for the sum I ,
introduced June first
Wednesday passed the local bill at |18 o'clock. yesterday afternoon at the home of
Holland delivered
. '_ by Representative Elbert L. Governor Spessard L. mer vacation today, and, thirty- l\IissMatianne_ Jones will 'deliverthe Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart.
. ,' the baccalaureate address in I three members of the sixth grade]!
election valedictory address, Miss Carmen 'I
Stewart, providing for I Meeting at one o'clock the group
the college auditorium. I will into Junior {
Hendry graduate High Roland the salutatory address. Miss
of county commissioners in I I enjoyed a patriotic, nonrationedand
+ Mr. and Mrs. Morrison left early i School with exercises being held tonight
basis instead Gloria McDuffie will give the class
County on a county-wide ; delicious luncheon, consistingof
in the week for Tallahassee to attend in the high school auditorium I
and Barnard Leiter the
; '., of by districts, and providing : history arroz con polio, hot rolls, cole
,+ for its approval by the voters at a the commencement exercisesat C. E: Miner will. make the ,address !: prophecy ___ Miss Dorothy Knight ,': slaw and iced tea. Hostesses for
th'f' the college.. Miss Barbara will and graduation certificates will, bed will 'read the class will. '
referendum in the county 1 the meeting were Mrs. John A. Morrow -
measure can become a law. accompany them on their ,return. I j presented to Jack Datightrey* Min- ', Those who ,will receive diplomasare I I Mrs. J. Kenneth Rogers, Mrs.
Miss Morrison has been a member nie Cales, Billy Toulis, Charles'
o'f / Gloria McDuffie, Dorothy Knight, H. .
A. W. Hedke "Mrs.
The bill is an outgrowth efforts I Stewart, Mrs.
,: ,. of the Y W., C. A. cabinet and has Brantley, Edward Bourne Danny Carmen Roland, Marianne Jones and Gene Powers '
Clewiston Mrs. Harry
of the Voters League of Vaughnand
been active, in campus activities dur' Martin, Hortense Chastain, Herbert Barnard Leiter. ..
Mrs G. N.
community to obtain additional representation I Pitson. '
L her four in college. Walston Richard McLeod '
ing years ,
',,:. for Clewiston and the Mrs. W. H. Lanier presided at the
Robert Wiandt, Gene Bledsoe, "
eastern portion of the county on the f business meeting which followed the
," Coiinne VonMach, Miriam Nail,
board of county commissioners. The WAR TIME PROGRAM luncheon and installed the new of-
I '
Vernon Forester, Jackie Redish.
>:,' League suggested a redistricting RIDDLE FIELD HAS ficers: president Mrs. W. L. Lott;
Bob Bernard, Shirley Owen, Ch'rlstine -
: plan which would, give Clewiston, I ANIANS' vice-j resident, Mrs. G. B. Rack-
I Espenlaub, Jean Bartz, Bennie
with a large percentage of the voting "FINISHFLIGHTJTRAINIM McCall Jimmie Beck. i! TOLD TO KIW straw: ; recording secretary, Mrs N.
S. Mumford
strength and of Jhe population Leslie Andrews Nahdine corresponding secretary -

,:" : of the 'county, more members ,on the Andrews',1 Mrs. R. C. Wilson, and treasurer -

.: board. I I Franklin Davis, Lena Johnson Mae, Betty : BY U. OR: F. STUDENT Mrs. C. J. Nielsen.

.' : ;.. The board'considered the pro- 'I Maynard, Billie Arnette, Gladys I Announcement was made that the
posal at two meetings, but declined Jackson club would continue to function
Fred Young, Charles Miner
Changes in' the curriculum and
a to take any action omit or to suggest ;, through the summer months, meet-
| and DeVane.
I Brigadier General John G. -Williams '- George I student activities at the Universityof
j'ing at
two o'clock
ach fourth
an alternate or compromise of the U. S. Army_, Air Force Principal R. W. Turk will also Florida to 'conform to war conditions -
plan. The League then proposed a make the of honor !i!( [Thursday afternoon, in the Red Cross
was the speaker at the, Wings Ceremony -, awards yearly: [ were explained to membersof
county-wide selection of commissioners roll attendance I' surgical dressing room where help
at Riddle Field Monday, when and yearly perfect the Clewistou Kiwanis Club jn an
feeling that, this would give the I Course Twelve of, 'Riddle-McKay i j to pupils of the, elementary grades. j entertaining talk made to them' by for a most worthy and important

voters in Clewiston an opportunityto Aero College graduated., Brig-Gen. There are three pupils with per-' Dan Beardsley, a Junior at the Uni-I project. is badly needed.

voice their opinion on all, members -* Williams is commander of the 29th feet attendance for the year: Elnora versity and a member of the Florida j i' Mrs Lott announced, the appointment -'

of the board and would par- Flying Training' Command, and is Tanner, Jimmie Johnson and Jack Blue Key-'Society. r of committee chairman for the
: tically recompense for the distribution : coming year, with these
stationed at Moody Field, Ga. Also Davis. Dan told how the university instructors names:
'of members. attending the ceremonies and taking -: Honor roll certificates will be are teaching subjects to I Conservation, Mrs.' 'J. E. Beards-

The, bill has passed the house and part in the Wings Ceremony was f I presented to Aubrey DeValcourt, 1 preflight aviation : cadets and are ley; civic, Mrs. E. L. Stewart; hor-
now goes to the Senate for (! I ticulture, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw ,
confir-I Wing Commander M. W. Bovill, .Ronald Hare, Margaret Crews, Al- laying emphasis on those subjects ;

mation. It will not become RAF delegation, Washington.Includecl' i I fred Meador, Billy, Nail, John Perry:. which will, be of most practical use flower; Mrs O. A. Jones; finance,
until it has, had the approval of the Bobby Roland, Carol Arnold I Mrs. C. L. McLendon; Junior Garden -
in the graduating class, I to the'students in their military '
voters of the county and it will be I Casper. Club, Mrs. Z. G. Meredith; Community -
' has heretofore been entirely t careers.
.election; made up of RAF cadets, "was a small i: Linda Lee, Mary, Himrod, Hazel Dr. Tigert has brought ,out, said i Center; Mrs. W. C. Owen;

!"," \; group of American cadets' Every I i Johnson, Flora Mae'Weaver, Edward the speaker, the fact tha the Univer- (Continued on Page 10)

';.:-, graduating cadet received the coyet-l i j' Westberry. '- | sity i& working in close harmony I .

: ed pilot's wings, of the Royal 'Air: I r Sharon Crochet, rNorma Browning -I with: the Army's' request to. house

,: SERMON' FOR CLASS Force, and ,in' addition the American )r Mary_Fay Andrews, Joyce Bartz, ;and further the ,education of the I DRAINAGE DISTRICT

cadets were given their wings with ![ (Continued on Page, 10)I cadets but at the same time the I
the U, S. Army Air Corps insignia j I University is carrying out its own MEETS

: AT BAPTIST CHURCH Course Twelve has been somewhat -l' CIewiston To Be On curriculum. I OPPOSITION

: j. in the nature of an experiment, ," ; Dan's advice to 17 year ,olds is I *r ,

[r't.:; ; :xc a t\f1\at service 'suvee. ,for the, first.ti.me.r. _I lEiri nand, J 1 "Good" Neighbor"Program that they should complete' their I I The Everglade>? ..DrainageHstriet's
; Clewiston High School British Cadets" have ,been trained together high ,school courses and if possible board of commisSioners'met / with

: ,,f class will be held Sunday for'the'l' to become, pilots in the air I June 2nd' go to, the University for one or' more' strenuous opposition in their new

;- : beginning at 8:30: in the forces of their respective countries. I j years, if possible, taking the sub legislative efforts Tuesday, when ,the
In celebration of their graduation jects most likely to benefit them in, Senate altered the proposed bill
'The the cadets gave a,stag party at Sugar-I The town of Clewiston will be the branch of the service they wish' changing the present law in many
following has been
,<;';': arranged: program land Park Recreation Center Monday honored on the "Good Neighbor" to enter. At the University', even in]1 instances.The, .

'", Piano Prelude. night. program broadcast next Wednesday peace time, all first and second senators from' the district,

(: ,,' ..: '.Processional., ,The group left Clewiston Tuesday I June 2nd, 'by WFTL radio sta- year students take military' science,I Ias' i i i I Ernest R. Graham of Miami', John
: '
,r\ / ,"Hymn, "Love. Divine"-Congrega- for unannounced destinations arid I tion, according to information furnished the University has one of the R. Beacham' of West Palm Beach

tf.", tion. new assignments by the Royal Air ; the News by the office of J. highest ranking R. O. T. C. units in I and William Cliett of Bowling

; ;'Hymn, ''Higher Ground"-Con- Force and the Air Transport Command I E. Beardsley, secretary of the Clew- the nation.At Green were successful in scrappingthe
y11 iston. Chamber of Commerce. Kiwanis elaborate program proposed by
: ,.:;:. gregation. 'I[ the meeting the spec I
Jack: Rice, public relations direc- the district.
'01W ial service committee reported that
,: : Old Testament Scripture. 1 i i I I tor of the 'radio station, advises, that names, of servicemen were being I I Senator Graham said the Recon-

;;j"i.ti:<:' ',I' Prayer Choir--"Seek Rev. Brannan Ye The Lord"- I I Nine Accepted In County I( the program will begin at 8 o'clock placed on the roll of' honor erected' I struction Finance Corp., which has

?: v with five minutes of news and the] in the park a short time ago refinanced the sprawling drainage
7 New Testament Scripture.: Quota
: at Camp Blanding!
r =," Baccalaureate Sermon, "Pressing\ succeeding twenty-five, minutes will I' I district, objected strenuously to the
I be devoted to a description of the program of the commission to en
f.: .' "Toward the l\fark"-Rev. H. C. I[: Coffee Coupon ,No.. 23
-T;' "Meador. The Selective Service Board of history, resources, achievements and''' J large tax, md,_ governing authority.
;. attractions of dlewiston. Instead of th increase in the ad-
|! On 30:
Expires May
Choir-"The Lord Will Give Hendry County has received reports i
Mr. Rice states, that there is absolutely -1 I ministration tax from a half mill to
I, i Strength. from Camp'DIanding on the last:;
: no commercial phase to the I --- I mill l, which the commissioners
'; Benediction. quota .of men sent 'to that place' for I
Americans may have an extra cup
broadcast, which is one of a series proposed, the senators reduced this
Recessional. I induction into, the armed forces. of "Good Neighbor Programs," and i H of coffee now and then during the] millage to a fourth o'f a mill. Privi-
Accepted. '' were:, I it is being nresented strictly as a I next ration period, according to an! lege of purchasing, paying or redeeming -

Bob Beardsley Graduates Floyd Dawson Gunn, Clewiston, I tribute' from the management: of 'the OPA ruling which cuts'- the five week I' certificates of tax delin-

and Conrad T. Clark, Clewis ton. station to the citizens of Clewiston. 1 stretch. to 4 weeks and 2 days-to I quency was extended two years,
From U. of F. MondayV. Peter Paul Matusiak, LaBelle. WFTL, located between Miami and be exact. I without this extension' title to tax

Buchanan' Green Felda Fort Lauderdale,. operates on 710 The present period expires!i May 30j i delinquent land would pass to 'the
kilocycles.The on coupon No. 23, which has been; district.J. .
from Jacksonville
N. C.
.. R, Beardsley, son of Mr. and Leon Clewiston program is sched- valid the past five weeks. Coupon) E. Beardsley of Clewiston, who
: ). Mrs. James E. Beardsley of Clewis- Tampa. Stanley Pinder, transfer from uled .to begin at 8:30 a. m. No. 24. which goes into use May' :31 has been in Tallahassee urging. expansion -

;., "- ton, was a member of the gra'duat- valid through June 30. One i5// of the board's power, will
Floyd Alton
Geiger, LaBelle,
y.i''' ing class at the University of FlorIda per coupon remains the rule. be stripped of his $300-a-month general -
transfer from Miami. War-Bond Sales For
> : and received his diploma and Since rationing of coffee began! managership should the house

,:'; "; the degree of Bachelor of Science James Louis Wilmon Alden Crawford, Felda. Second Campaign High last Nov. 28, the ration has never concur in the senate bills.

,F"!.' in Agriculture at exercises held at Whidden, LaBelle. ,. exceeded, one pound per coupon for, Salary of Alfred E. Sapp, attorney
Joseph Olsen Davidson, Jr., La-
-.: Gainesville Monday evening five weeks and once ,dropped to one for the board as a member of
Belle. The total bond sales in the Second I
: pound for a period increased to six the Miami law firm of M. Lewis
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley spent the' Ira Manning Keen Clewiston.. War Bond Campaign ascribed to

week-end in Gainesville to attend Robert Leonard i Lee, Clewiston........ Hendry\ County gives the ,county the weeks.Price Administration PrentissM. Hall, could not exceed $3,000 a year

': the graduation festivities, and Mr. George Stockley Williams, Clewis- I staggering rating of raising ,more said "the'supply nor his expenses $1,000. Present
Brown today
" limits
are $5,000 and
Beardsley, who has been
Talla-, ton. than a thousand percent of its quota.
I in the United States)
of coffee
;" : hassee on business for several weeks,' Thomas Walter Edenfield, Clewis- Included in the total figures, as green So the .commissioners may takeover
has reached the level where an.increase
, ,:> 'also came down for 'the graduation ,ton., leased by the' Victory Committee,re'l. now in the ration is possible ,'at duties of the general manager,
', I !
:: exercises. Those who have returned to their a million dollar subscription of an the senate provided for payment ofa

( :':, Bob has been active in student ac' homes, rejected for military service: investment type certificate. This I this time.1'High salary of $50 a month. The five

'; tivities during his four years at the were: brought the county's total to $1- commissioners, of which Beardsleyis

'): '- I University, and has won many hon Broward Napoleon Parson, La- 038,400, when the quota assigned( Rating Made one, receive no compensation as

:'r:'--T"' ors., He was a captain of one of the Belle. __ the county was $82,000. such a present.Gene .

::1:i .. companies in the R. O. T. C. unitthis Hugh Russell Luckey, LaBelle. Except for this single investment By RAF CadetReginald "
+ Goodbread
" : year. John Louis Rimes, LaBelle. purchase the county wouldhave/ -- I

Clark Davis Emery, LaBelle, fallen $43,000 short ol its quota. Perkins, RAF"cadet who Receives CommissionJ.
Mrs. transfer, from Miami. the ,series E bond
: '" Dunaway Plans To Purchases of type graduated at the Wings Ceremonyat
,:r.; Burel Leon Cox, LaBelle, transfer were $38,400, or 47 percent of the, .
Riddle Field Monday, held the E. Goodbread of Clewiston, was
: >:f : Open Day Nursery Here from Enderlin, N D. I II quota assigned the county. i'distinction of being high man in his among the graduates at Ellington

' I The ttate of Florida raised 216.! class here at the Field and also of Field, Texas. Monday when the

, Rev. Dodge To Preach percent of its assigned quota off I Ito making the second highest average AAF Gulf Coast Training Center'sten

Mrs. Fred L. Dunaway is Inter- '45085000. State' sales amounted) of any British cadet to train in, the advanced flying schools awarded

ested in opening a Day Nursery in, At Community Church $97,407,600. United Slates silver wings to its fifth 1943 classof

" ":" Clewiston, and requests everyone Florida ranked second among the Perkins received a letter of com- graduating flyers. HP received a

who is interested in such a serviceto Southern states, being exceeded on- mendation from Group Captain Slogan commission as second lieutenant: ,
contact her immediately.. Reasonable The Rev. Richard D. Dodge of ly by the: state of Georgia, which) of the RAF delegation., Washington the Army Air Force. '

prices will be charged by the Miami, who preached at the .Community -1 sold '$120.ISO.200.:' The six Southern -'! on the splendid work he 'did. Lt. Goodbread has successfully

hour; day and night Meals will be Church last Sunday will I states, Alabama, Florida, GE-orJ( as a cadet here. completed 36 weeks of rigorous

!, 'serVed, if requested. again visit the church and will oc gia, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Ten Perkins is a talented,musician, and training, in flying schools and fields
Those ,interested should, contact cupy the pulpit at the morning nessee sold a total of $46,0,61,200worth :; played at several affairs In Clewistou at Cuero and San Antonio, Texas,

Mrs. Dunaway at once. ; :. services Sunday. of bonds during the drive: .- t during his stay at the field. I and at Ellington Field.






iRU0o Allied Generalship, Planes and Guns: aS : 5j I Id.I \,

Decisive Factor in Tunisia Windup ; t tJ J
w Ea ONn 1I you can't make footprints in the '

n Farm Situation Improves, Davis Says; iWNU5rrv er of time by sitting down.A l

THINGS I NEVER KNEW go-getter is a person willing
D. C. Red Drive Perils, Nazi Caucasus Hold AND STILL DON'T: to try anything twice."Vision" .

AID TO RUSSIAIt (Impersonating a Congressman, eh?) is what some people think
is now permissible to reveal (EDITOR'S NOTE: When opinions are expressed In these columns,this are those of. That there 'is allegedly a law in they have when they guess correctly.
that several months ago about 300- Western Newspaper Union's news,analysts and not necessarily of ) Arkansas which permits a marriedman Most of us say that money will
in ______________ Released by Western Newspaper Union.
000 tons of shipping were tied up ____.__________ u___ to whip his wife once a month not bring happiness. Then we
the Persian Gulf waiting to be un 3"fi.(=.Y ,_ ...i6IH.. T%; ;;:;.' '. That manufacturers are ex- draw a long breath and begin
loaded. : : perimenting with undergarmentsfor chasing after money again.

This represented a super attemptto ., '; ( milady) made of paper The darkest hour is ""
aid Russia,'' and although some :;-., ; I( Whether you know that plane pro-, than 60 minutes. never more.
ships were tied up for weeks, it was J J. pellers get tired the same as you.
not the fault of the War Shipping After about 5,000 flight hours they What some motorists don't know about
administration or\the army. This get what is called "metal fatigue." driving would fill a hospital. \
was an attempt to show good faithto (Read Winchell and become a Quiz
Russia when she was under terrific k1P Kid!)
siege, when the battle of Stalin- .... DON'T I'
grad was in the balance.In :r :: ,
That a recent scientific study disclosed CONSTIPATIONSLOW
some cases ships rode at an-
that talk about
women men,
Gulf of
chor 50 and 60 days in the
clothes, social affairs. Men talk YOU UP
unload their
Persia, waiting to ,
about business, recreation, women O When bowels are sluggish and you
crews idle. That critic George Jean Nathan feel irritable, headachy, do as millionsdo
Basic for this delay is that
reason -chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern
port facilities along the Gulf of Per- says companionship is a matter of chewing-gum laxative Simply chew
mutual weaknesses Why peopleover FEEN-A-MINT before to
sia are backward if not medieval. you go bed i
here squawk about two meat- taking only in accordance with package
There were no modern docks or less days a week (in New York, directions-sleep without being dis-
cranes, and to unload locomotives turbed. Next morning
gentle, thorough
*when Switzerland which
,anyhow) is
without cranes is almost impossible.Also relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
the railroad running north from not at war, has three That we FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
have had only one left-handed Pres. and economical.A generous family supply
Basra to the Caucasus is a mean-
: ident (Garfield). i
dering affair, never completely fin- FEEN.A-MINT 1Oc /
ished, originally built to reach the
Shah's hunting lodge rather than That Emily Post, the etiquette authority -
says it is all right for a
port facilities on the Caspian. Fixed Price for Wife
little had been done the woman war worker to thumb a
Very I In Liberia the black
republic in
ride to work from a gentleman mo-
British to improve this line until
West Africa the
price of a wife is
torist, if she displays her identifi-
American engineers got busy. Even fixed at $60.
before Pearl Harbor, when we first now blood plasma contributed by- donations of Americans to the Red cation tag, if the motorist is driv-

started sending aid to Russia, Amer- Cross is used to save lives on battlefields is illustrated by the above photoof ing past the plant and.if the conver- 1/\, >
ican railroad men were rushed to doctors treating a wounded U. S. soldier at a portable field hospitalin sation is impersonal. Hey, Emily! ?/llul, (" .t.iL,,,?

Basra. But it was a tough job, and New Guinea. Clayton Mitchell (left) of Wyandotte, Mich., and Maj, They're not going to a tea party- t.J"fIF"
was still unfinished last fall and .William Garlick of Baltimore, Md., are administering: the plasma. it's a TNT party (Now, no '4.t'- aches and pains of!
summer. At that time the Nazis I copy-catting, Mr. Levant!) guy RHEUMATISIhiNEURITISLUMBAGO
were knocking our Murmansk con- TUNISIA: RUSSIA:
voys off Norway into smithereens.So Whether you've heard the one 'ti'w92' aLarge
to keep faith with Russia, ships Master GeneralshipAxis Nazi Setbacks about the Jap warship that inter- %

were piled into the Gulf of Persia. resistance in Tunisia had Hammering at the northeast ap- cepted and destroyed five American

Today the situation, though still steadily crumbled as the Allied armies proaches to Nazi-held Novorossisk, torpedoes That the sky isn't
difficult, is greatly improved. In moved inexorably toward their Russian forces had captured numer- blue at all. Explorers of the strato-
fact, hard-hitting Lew Douglas, dynamo goals. As American artillery pounded ous towns, including Krymskayaand sphere report that it really is deep l
of ,the War Shipping adminis- the Bizerte harbor--area setting killed 10,000 German troops in a purple At Chinese funeralsthe
tration, has pepped up unloading facilities fire to wharves and docking facili- smash through the Kuban delta guests are given kerchiefs to Bottled w troMotl'lzo-Small! ) !! Size 60c
n receipt inciMcN
in India, South Africa'and ties, the British First army had bulge of the Caucasus toward the weep into That a clock which :IL DRUG CO., Inc.
other bad bottlenecks where previ- swept over the Tunisian plains lead- Black sea.Although. throws its shadow on the ceiling has 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville.Florida
ously U. S. ships had to wait three ing to the capital city of Tunis. the Axis forces were I been invented for hospital patients.

and four weeks to unload. The moves on Bizerte had been weakened by thebreak-through, Hit- I .. 'Moo' and 'Squeal'In
expedited by the capture by American ler had been preparing for weeks for That Whistler, the famed painter, army slang "moo" is milk and
, WORRIED OVER RAILROADS and French forces of hilly action by bringing up fresh troops tied his forelock with 'a white wib- "squeal" is pork.,
Certain Washington officials acquainted strongholds protecting Lake Achkel tanks and munitions.The bon, (tee, hee) That there are
with railroad operation are and Lake Bizerte. In mopping up capture of Krymskaya had orange, cream-colored, pink and
worried about temporary breakdowns operations in the Mediterranean two strategic benefits. It placed the I yellow bananas that taste like xYOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM

of the transportation. system, coastal region the Allies had continued Red army in a position to seriously peaches, apples, pears ,and ,roses
and ;consequent serious delays in to capture 'numerous prisoners. menace Novorossisk and it enabledthe That radio short-waves may be HOT RMHESIf
moving war materials. Russians to cut the German-held used for cooking food on ice i
While it is admitted that the rail- In analyzing the results of the .successful railroad between Novorossisk and That you can live on ordinary grass, you suffer from hot flashes dizziness -
roads are doing a "grand job," offensive, observers credited Protoka, 36 miles northeast of the which contains all the vitamins you distress: of "Irregularities",are
weak Irritable, blue at
there is no overlooking the fact that master Allied generalship with port. need. You cannot hide your times-due nervous.to the functional ;'
the burden is proving too heavy. outmaneuvering the Axis. The Allied Significant was a Soviet report an- strong emotions from your fingers, "middle-age" period In a woman's
Most serious is the situation in high command had led the en- nouncing the presence of powerfuj} which .get cold when you're in a life table-try Compound-the Lydia E. Plnkham's best-known Vege-

westward freight traffic. The coun- emy to believe that the principal Russ naval units in the Black sea, dither. medicine you can buy today that's t
try's railroads were built with the blows would be struck by General led by the flagship "Paris Com- made especially women. I

idea of moving traffic eastward, with Montgomery's British Eighth army mune." This sea force was await- That, according to Prof., WarrenC. thousands Plnkham's upon Compound thousands has of helped wom- 6 l
bigger facilities as traffic moves from the south. After the Axis had ing an opportunity to pounce on any Middleton of DePauw U., six out en to relieve such annoying sYmP-
east. But today, with a Pacific war thrown heavy strength to repel German attempt to evacuate troops of ten people do their dreaming in toms. Follow label directions. Pinkham's -
to supply, the westward movementis Montgomery, ,American forces in from the Caucasus. technicolor, and gals have more Compound Is worth trying
greater than ever. the Bizerte area and British First technicolor dreams than men. (How
Breakdowns have occurred on sin- army forces before Tunis had struck FARM PROSPECTS : do I screen, Toots?) That if

gle-track western lines, requiring rerouting crushing blows simultaneously. Situation Improves you have snapshots or pictures of
in a circuitous manner, with any scenes in ,Europe, Africa, Asia
delays of days and weeks in some Europe Drive 'Sure'As Heartening tidings that the farm and the Far East, send them to U l IFW"'t V

cases. A transcontinental freight the North African climax had labor, equipment and supply situa- Army Intelligence, War Dep't,
movement which once was accom- ,approached, Elmer Davis, directorof tions are showing "improved prom- Washington, D. C. You may be I
plished in five days is now requiringten the Office of War Information, ise" were heralded by Chester C. able to shorten the war That
and fifteen. had declared there is "no questionbut i Davis, food administrator."A BBC has a most effective propa- I
The remedy seems to be an in- that there will be Allied operations I current appraisal of the farm ganda weapon. It broadcasts to !
crease in the centralized control of on continental Europe this sum- labor situation," he declared in a Germany-recordings of Hitler's own .I.Is
traffic. This smells like government mer." Expressing his confidencethat letter to James F. Byrnes, economic speeches to remind his people of the i
operation, from the railroads' pointof the Allies would clean up Tu- stabilization director, "indicatesthat extravagant promises he made. I
view, and they shy away fromit. nisia in time to permit invasion of there is an available labor sup- I I

But officials in ODT who haveno the continent this year, Davis added ply sufficient to produce and har- That Sen. Soaper, the wit, describes -
railroad connections regard such that it might possibly be necessaryto vest a 1943 crop up to the levels of an American as one' who'
control as necessary for the war- leave a pocket of Axis resistanceof the announced goals." cheerfully responds to every call-

time job. Bizerte to be reduced by sustained While not enfirely satisfactory, from buying bonds to giving his .
Note: The burden for meeting pounding even while continental operations Mr. Davis said, the farm machineryand blood-except to move back in a I

these problems falls on the shouldersof were under way. Followingthe supply situation for 1943 recently bus Whether you've heard
V. V. Boatner, director of the di- death of Lt. Gen. Frank M. An- has been improved. He revealed 'Bob Hope's swelegant crack about
vision of railroad transport in the drews, Lt. Gen. Jacob L. Devers was that the War, Production board has Irving Berlin: "Now that Berlin is
ODT. Boatner has now shifted to a named U. S. European commander. agreed to permit an increase in in the army, we hope it isn't long
"without compensation" basis so he farm machinery production from 23 before the army is in Berlin!" I
can act as consultant for the rail- STRIKE BAN: to 40 per cent of the 1940 level and

roads still and be paid by them, while More Power for WLB an increase in repair parts to 160 That glove makers are experi-
officially working for the gov per cent of the 1940-41 average. The menting with a new type of glove
Congress moved to
ernment swiftly
.t the hand in petroleum administration has prom- that can fit either, paw-for the bene-
strengthen government's
ised full gasoline supplies for, food fit of glove-losers. (Ho, hum. Glove
with strikes.
CHENNAULT dealing production, even if further cuts in will find a way! Who threw that?)
Freshman Rep. Charles E. Mc- First step was the senate's overwhelming civilian supplies should be neces, That in Denver, they have a V6k4'A
Kenzie of Louisiana ,expected to geta I enactment of legislation sary, he added. law (Oh, I read it!) which prohibits
first-hand report on'the'war in the 'empowering the government to takeover anyone from photographing a wom- 1m
Far East when he shook hands with plants in which war produc- COAL: an in a bathing suit without her
his tion is stopped by labor disputesand
most distinguished
constituent and Give
consent. O Our soldiers sure glad to
Gen. Claire Chennault, leader of making it a crime to instigatea are
strike in war plants or mines the of get FLIT and all our other
American forces in China Reversing procedure "give
who is insecticides.
That at least nine out of ten Americans -, super-slaying
which have been taken the "
visiting in the United States. over by and take, Fuel Administrator Har- real of war on,
know what the three- They're weapons
do not
But the "Fighting Tiger" almost government.The old L. Ickes announced a new "take insect-infested battle.
all U. S. bonds many
word slogan on war
floored McKenzie by inquiring senate measure was a much- and give" policy as an insurance fronts.
"How's farming down home?, can't amended version of a bill by Senator against any new, coal emergency.The is. (It's "America on Guard, andain't Their spray of death kills many
wait to get back to plantation" Connally of Texas to give congres- doughty interior secretary set you ashamed?) That Wil- foul foreign insects just as FLIT
McKenzie replied that he had just sional sanction for government seizure machinery by which he may take fred Funk, the word authority, says blitzes your household pests hereat
of struck plants and mines. coal from with the saddest word in any language is"forgotten"the home! .
returned plants
from or
Louisiana, that farm- persons the
most beautiful "i i is"love" FLIT has highest rating.
ers in, his district were doing "very Originally introduced months before, safe'' margins of supply and turn it and the coldest is "no." ; established for household insecticides _
well" considering the shortage oi it had lain dormant until John L. over to those caught short. by the National Bureauof
labor and machinery. Lewis refused to submit the soft The action was taken at a time Standards...the AA Rating? .
"Did you see my place in Concor. coal wage dispute to the War Labor when coal miners of the nation were How many of you know that Chris Insist on FLIT...the '
dia Parish?" asked Chennault anx board and the miners' work stop- at work on a 15-day truce before Columbus had a wife and that her double-A killer. Buy a
iously. page resulted. The final version final settlement of wage demandshad name was Felipa Moniz de Peres- bottle-today IWashington

"You bet, General," replied Mc. contained a clause giving the WLB been made. trillo? A Portugal who wed him 15
Kenzie, "and I can report that it is legal power to enter and settle labor Mr. Ickes issued regulations setting years before he married America ,
one of the most beautiful and best disputes.As up procedure under which he That Montgomery's Eighth w "
regulated plantations in Louisiana. the bill went to the house, itprovided could act to protect war plants and army includes Nepalese, Poles,
I'd like to live there myself, on the maximum penalties of one essential civilian users from short- Greeks, Frenchmen, Arabs, Austra-
banks of Lake St. John." year's imprisonment or $5,000 fine ages, regardless of whether they lians, English- and South African gi.puca lq/a Inmrpont.E
Note: While Chennault is at war upon anyone guilty of inducing a arose from a work stoppage in Dutch That an example of su
his Louisiana farm is being man, strike or slow-down in a government- mines, faulty distribution or other per-acting was the way Duse could
aged by his wife and children. operated plant. causes. actuallv blush-on cue!





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I Gems of Thought Gracious With Encore! AS I( MEA quiz with answers offering ??

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: MANY are all courage, and The wealthy man had cracked a ANOTHER information on various subjects ?

i all tenderness, but rib, and a slight operation was .
many _ ?
He engaged a famous hhh .. .
in necessary. MMMMMMhMMMMhhhhhThe j. .
these qualities should appear c' ( ( C'C'-C'0-C"0. C'Ss. C ( C'C-t.

combination. specialist. Questions 2. The only baldheaded Presi-

Reason is our soul's left hand. Local doctors were excited at 1. Are American soldiers bigger dent of the United States was John

Faith her right., By these we the prospect of a visit from a big than they were in World War I? Quincy Adams.
Donne. Garden Is noise, and their request for per-
divinity.-John Victory
the 2. Were any Presidents of the 3. A device that times a pugilist's -
mission to watch operation was
_ Sunset and evening star, Ration Book's United States baldheaded? swing shows that the fastest

,J And one clear call for me! Friend granted. 3. What speed does the swing of punch of most heavyweight boxers
When the patient came out of the
And there be moaning of
may no a pugilist attain? attains a speed of 40 miles an hour.
the bar Save anesthetic he found himself smoth- '
to I
Opportunity He 4. What is a "Blue Ox"? I 4. Our fliers call the Norden
When I put out to sea. ered in bandages. summonedthe
-ALFRED LORD TENNYSON. 2,772 Ration PointsA nurse. 5. What possession of the United i bombsight, the secret device that

Drudgery is as to "What's all this?" he'demanded. States borders on two oceans? allows them to do uncanny precision -
6. If ring is stamped 18K "
your ,
bombing the "Blue
call out the treasures of the 25' by 50-foot garden plot plus "Well, sir, it was such a beautiful how much gold does it contain? ,
mind as harrowing and plant- 25 tomato plants, a couple of poundsof operation, and the applausewas 5. Alaska (on the Pacific and

ing those of the earth.-O. S. seed and someone to plant, har- so tremendous that Dr. Hugo The Answers ,Arctic oceans).

Marden. vest' and can them, equals 2,772 ration : took out your appendix as an 1. Yes. They average two inches 6. An 18K ring contains 75 per

points saved in the course of a encore." taller and are 14 pounds heavier. cent of gold.

year. .
So let ration points, as 'well as '

: Acid nutritive values and the family budget (
IndigestionRelieved St.Joseph
provide the yardstick by which I. Flower Embroidery for LinensDue I

.- in 5 minutes or double money back you measure returns Jrom your 1943 ASPIRIN
When excess stomach acid causes painful.off ,,- Inz gas sour stomach end heartburn,doctors uinaJJyprcscnbo
ti;. the relief-medicines fastest-acton! medicines like those in known Bell-ana for Prof. F. G. Helyar of Rutgers uni- to an unusually large demand and
:\. c Tablcbl. No laxative. Bell-ana brings comfort In a versity, chairman of the state Vic- current war conditions, slightly more timeis
,., jiffy5o at le all your money back on return of bottle tory garden and food conservation r required in filling orders for a few of Happiness as You Travel
the most popular, pattern numbers.
committee.And Happiness is not a station you
"'::, Send your order to:
remember, if you have arrive at, but a manner of travel-

r {? not yet started your Victory gar- Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. ing.-Margaret Lee Runbeck.
,,,.: :, S KID I IRRITATIONS den, it's not too' late. But you i 82 Eighth Ave. New York

: "" EXTERNAL CAUSE must get busy now. Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to

The plan which he has figuredthe cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo.
;:: : acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and on
'::)i f ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve 2,772-ration point return, basedon ............... SHAVE with SHELB1itkl ,
,:1-- miseries with simple home treatment.
J("::' Goes to work at once.Direct action aids present point values, includes two Name............Q.................
>;,,:; healing, works antiseptic way. Use rows of tomato plants, each row 50
lZ -', Black and White Ointment only as di feet two rows' of beans Address ..u.....................'-u.
long; snap ,
;: rected.lOc,25c.60c sizes. 25 years success.
,'" -:' Money-back guarantee. t T Vital in SHARPER
'C' cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
.,.-, (iBlack and White Skin Soap daily. BECAUSE
Crop Corps InsigniaThis

Fight the Forgery Racket! THEY'RE

: VEGETABLE double edge
Chief, United States Secret Service or single edge

:. LaxativeFor rr fs 4forlOCManufactured

pROTECT yourself against those
Headache, and forge government and guaranteed by
I I Sour Stomach mailbox Federal Razor Blad Co., N. Y.
". nryL ITcH and D.i 2 z y checks, first by having your
''i Spells when equipped with a good lock. If -

I, i caused by Con- you lock the box AFTER a check is

fie a stipation. Use stolen, you will be learning the ___H __ _
onlyasdirected. ;Fi. ,, > hard way. Second: .
lt,,i, iasG w'i'v1GFwq Axme w6raAs owalbar .'.iiL n.
15 doses for
',. Y' j1 Be at home, or have some mem- .
: only 10 cents. is the identifying insignia for
: at home when
ber of the
q the U. S. The sheaf of family ,
Crop Corps.
: I 1 wheat symbolizes food production'and government checks, are due to be ,'........-------...............('

the toothed edge of the C sym- delivered. ,\. ..........-....------) I':

,', bolizes food processing. Professional mail thieves often .,. -- ,' ....... ,'
," follow mail carriers along their ,.' ----...-.. ,I'"

i.. routes. After the carriers deposit ( ,"
planted from a pound of seed; two mail in the letter boxes, the ( ....." l
;z". for
Clay rows of carrots planted with \ AA .......-- .
an ..
J. : ', Earning money isn't enough. It thieves steal checks from the ...._._ .
ounce 74x6
of seed and similar
a plant-
; _
boxes. Sometimes the also .2I
...' forger
of the with
:: : only buys some clay {
ing of beets and of lima beans, for J
"steals bills for
which mould lives. monthly
our Fay
we sA '
: which an ounce and a pound, respectively -
that when he
i: Bainter. gas, so asks a "C'
of seed will be needed.
1t 'r. storekeeper to cash his forged .
,-;:.:; :Professor Helyar estimates that on check he show the merchantthe ,. -
can .. -
TISKET tasket basketful .. -. -
the the tomatoes will a a ...
average yield I
bills make him believe the
t : FOR QUICK RELIEF three bushels of fruit, or 54'quart of fresh spring flowers-all to \ ....
forger is the person entitled to the I
to bed lin-
ready "plant" on your
\ and ration
jars 1,481 points.The I )
.<', and dresser scarfs. Flower check. In other words, he uses I' ,I' ....
other crops, measured on the same ens I <'..
other stolen mail to identify him- .:'
;:< basis will follows garlands and prim little nosegaysare
A Soothing produce as : ,
.. S A LV self and get the stolen check .
: ANTISEPTIC snap beans-one bushel, 16 quarts, also included in the largevariIety ; .
cashed. If you can get your checkas -. :. : :. .
r, Used by thousands with satisfactory fe- 358 points; carrots-one bushel, 18 of gay embroidery motifs. :
,::, ,. cults for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. 403 beets-one bushel soon as it is delivered, it cannotbe The SHOT GUN METHOD is
quarts, points
'' 4 ;
;, ,.- Get Carboil at drug stores or write stolen.
the best direct attack with whichto
Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville. TensI' 16 quarts, 256 'points; and lima Pattern 7486 contains a transfer patternof
14 motifs ranging from 9?. by 3'. to Remember-forgers aren't par- dispose of a fly. A ten gauge
beans-one bushel in the nine
: ( pod)., 5'i by 3!. inches; stitches. ticular, but YOU must be! gun and a number six shell will
; quarts, 274 points. raise havoc with the fly as wellas

.. Measured from this standpoint, it the neighborhood. Result: a
!!2J' is obvious that the garden will not When the word went out 'that dead fly usually calls forth an

I':' only help keep an average-size fam- Sikh's QuoitThe soldiers overseas wanted pack- aroused police department. A

., ily fed in accordance with good ages from home-the response was better way is to
standards of nutrition for the so overwhelming that Uncle Sam'reluctantly'had
i f'I year, Sikh soldiers in the native artd
but it will save them from spendingtheir British-Indian to call a halt. To- 1TANLEFooT
-:1' army wear a quoit,
: day due to shipping thereare
>/" ration points for foods that either in full size or-in miniature,
Post Office restrictions
> There's Rood reason why P PAZO ointI will probably be drastically neededby around their regimental badge. on
";(... bent has been used by so many millions families inmetropolitan and city packages to overseas Army men-
',:.'., of sufferers from simple.Pilcs. First. areas who are unable to garden, The quoit is the traditional but you can still send packagesto
PAZ ointment
; ; soothes amcd areas of the Sikhs. It is steel
weapon a
,','-: relieves pain and itching. Second. Professor Helyar adds.Commercial soldiers in the U. S., and to The old reliable that never fails.
;, PAZO ointment lubricates hardened. hoop (much the same size as the Sailors, Marines, and Coast Economical, not rationed, for sale
'C ,v"- dried parla-helps prevent cracking and rope quoit with which people play
',' soreness. Third. PAZO ointment tends Guardsmen wherever they are. at drug and grocery stores.
:;';,?.k' to reduce swelling and check Mccding. Uses for on board ship) sharpened to a When you do, remember-one of
f{:: Fourth ire easy to use. PAZO oint razor-like keenness on the outer their favorite is
m nt's perforated Pile Pipe makes application Our Citrus FruitsBack gifts cigarettes,
,:'J simple thorough. Your doctor edge. It,can be a terrible weaponin and the favorite brand is Camel.
can tell you about PAZO ointment. in 1920, grapefruit was an in-
the hands of skilled
:: : a thrower. Sales records in Post 'Exchanges
: expensive delicacy. Have heardof
I''', I It the you But the quoit is never used now- and Canteens show that Camelis
woman who boiled one for
: hours and adays in actual warfare, and any first choice with men in all theservices'
could not make it tender? THE TAMGLEFOOT CO. rci-1:
'wAtt Today, five times as much grapefruitis quoits displayed in the headdressof So send him that cartonof Grand Rapids, Mich. 1 :emu ,?Ivan loads

GET grown and it is well known by Sikh soldiers are unsharpened. Camels today.-Adv.

AFTER RHEUMATIC PAINWith rich and poor.

i" Medicine that will"pTevt"Itself Our grapefruit is grown mostly -

If you suffer from rheumatic painor in Florida, Texas, Arizona Ys .
".. muscular aches,buy C-2223 today and California. California and )r ; : .

for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $L Florida produce 97 per cent of IN THE TANK
Caution: Use only as directed. First our iN .C rY 9 0 tr C
' and
, bottle oranges virtually all
purchase price refunded by
druggist if not satisfied. Get C-2223. lemons are grown in California. FORCESthey Yz
These citrus fruits are used almost -

,entirely for food, but thereis ., : ..
\ still a great waste from can ; ALWAYS ;?

ning and marmalade makingand w. ,:. .. .. ...
a need to find non-food uses

for culls. tanks % .4.. ::, ME-. THEY'VE '

Orange and lemon oil is produceu y v< GOT WHATIT
commercially in California. Grape- "GEAR NAPPY

fruit oil is" a very new product val- TAKES IN

ued in the textile industry to fix for shifting gears too often h TASTE AN1

Keep the Battle Rolling turkey pulp of red citrus dye.fruits The may peel also and be- "THIN SKINS"for ,4.: MILDNESSSMOKED. I'VE

With War Bonds and Scrap come an important source of pectin unarm rcd tracks"CAMEL" ; BEM. ,
which is sold commercially to add '
to other fruit juices in making jelly. w4at F YEARS

It may also be possible to
for the service man's favorite
some of the valuable vitamins and

turn them to commercial uses. FIRST IN THE SERVICEWith CJ
Citric acids
are being produced for
GET ?pFe food flavors and uses in medicine. men in the Army,Navy Marine y$' .;

Novel food products are appearing, Corps,and Coast Guard,the favorite '4r.: x i jLt
cigarette is
such as citrus powder and citrus CameL (Based on actual h
ti nov M sales ,
o e pYp1s iOn records in Post Exchanges
butter. Canning of t
grapefruit hearts '
seb and Canteens. a'r '
1Eft ry
stloo pU p ) v ; ;
uK v+" os and juice has been on the increase,

about 62 per cent coming from

Florida canneries and 36 per cent
i I ctafs 9 CSSCO pBY from Texas. "

i a ,ogpYoo f
tofsa cone t.0"t' ,i the United States was on the way to

developing a fine export trade in

fresh oranges and canned grape



.-, .tion, by plane, to Nortolk. The trip Community Center next Thursday, The following is -quoted '
The_ Clewiston News I...........N..N="......*:-.xe'.OM.' ..="..... .. I will take him 6 hours. He asks that June third, at 1 p. m. The lunch "Anyone: enjoying normal: health

we hold his NEWS till be gets a eon Is the anniversary meeting of the and who is not over 60 years of, age ;

new address, and he's looking for local Ladies ,Aid group. Each mem- nor under 21 may donate ''blood. _
Published every \
Florida, by the Friday CLEWISTON In Clewl NEWS ton,, With some Clewiston boys up in Norfolk,) ber is requested to bring a covered Persons between 18 and 21 may-donate "' '1'

inc. too. dish. I only if 'they 'have'the written "
permission of their
parents or legal ,'_
KEA TULEY BOWDEEdltor I And Gene Goodbread is Lieutenant Rationing Notes guaidians. Those, over 60 must ::
F = Our Boysin Goodbread now. He received his have a request from/their:physician ','

wings and a commission as lieutenant "It is suggested'' that donors cometo -

in the Air Corps at gradu'ationexercises A new ruling on the purchase of the Blood Bank during the morning -'

February Entered as 1. 1927.second at class the Post mall Office matter In -in theService at Ellington Field, Texas, used truck tubes or used passenger hours without breakfast.. Donors -

Clewis ton. Florida, under the Act of Monday. Congratulations, Gene! tubes makes it permissable to pur- will be accepted at other hours.
March 3, 189r.SnbAcrlptIon / chase these commodities where .' provided they have been without

Owen Winn is one guy that has found It is no longer -necessary to food for at least four hours. Cortee-

Hate $:.ooI'cr Year been getting the breaks: 'Stationed ,obtain a certificate from the ration,I without cream or sugar, and carbo-

Advertising Rates On Application. in Camp Elliott, California, he's board for this. nated beverages may be taken butbeer

near enough to visit his grandmother } One must still obtain certificates and other alcoholic liquors are
: Winn (an opportunity that comes I' not permitted. "
Devoted to the advancement and wel- ..NN..:..:NN N:NNM NNNN:.-:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:...N: I seldom to Floridans whose relatives from truck the tires.board However t purchase, these, ,used cer- "Donois are requested to permit .

fare of Clewiston and Hendry County.I I live ,-California.) Best of all lie tificates will be issued in every.case at least seven weeks to elapse between ,
Mountain of Columbus uncle who has each blood
Sergeant Floyd has unearthed an where the purchaser finds a tire he donation. I

Mississippi, spent several been for many years associated with ,wishes..to bu)., These tires are not "All donors will receive an HonorRoll
EDITORIAL days here last week and the first Universal Studios in Hollywood. 'counted on the county quota allot- Card showing_ the type and.
NATIONAL of this week visiting friends and 1I Uncle Ben invited Owen for a visit, ments. amount of blood contributed."

::1 SSOCIATiN I relatives, and dropped in for a visit. and timed it to coincide with the (

Floyd is enjoying army life and annual studio party! And almost
'fJ ../J'lun tIt- Stamps 15 and 16 in War Ration June Income Tax \ '
looks grand, but it made him very unbelievable is the fact that Owen '
Book number 1 have been set 'aside
happy to get back to Clewiston fora was given 56 hours leave at the
for the purchase of ,sugar for can- Must Be PaidFahsThe
i few days. He arrived Tuesday proper time!
ning purposes each stamp having a
TYPEWRITER week and was plan- He wrote his mother:
SCHOOLS ,AIDS IX !I and stayed a value of five pounds. Housewivesmust
ning to visit a few days in Sebring "Dear Mom: Sure had a wonderful -
surrender the stamp at the June 15th installment on
schools are enlisting in before returning to Mississippi. time in Hollywood. Uncle Ben
Florida I grocery when making the purchase, 1942 income,tax.must be paid regard-
for took studios for lunch and
obtain typewriters me to the
the drive to but are then obligated to use the l)less of legislation now before the'
and navy, Colin English, The Legion has received many let- then I stayed with him all after-
the I Th'e'stamps
army for purposes. Congress
sugar only canning according to
John L.
State superintendent of education, ters of ,appreciation for one of the, noon. He took.me right on the sets
] will be valid until October Fahs of Jacksonville, collector of internal -
said today. cartons of" cigarettes which went as .where they were shooting
scep-es.1 1 30th. : revenue in Florida. l
. The school boards of all coun- a Christmas gift from them to all, Susanna Foster had lunch Fahs said'his office had been flooded i
ties have been adivsed of passageof the Clewiston boys whose addresses' at the studios and Deanna Durbinwas with
inquiries 'since
I Congress began -
a resolution by the State Boardof they could locate at the holiday sea- sitting two tables away. Afterwe Blood Bank To Visit ; debate t
i on skip-a-year and -
Education which urges them to son. One letter, which arrived finished eating I met Deanna. payasyougo

make available "to our, army ..and about two weeks ago, is from Alfred She is awful cute. Here In Late SummerPlans done, all plans.proposals Regardless provide of for what is ;
navy, all typewriters than can be dis- Elmo Bellamy son of Mr. and Mrs. "I also met these stars, Louise I payment
I June 15, Fahs
pensed :with after adjusting sched- George H. Bellamy, who is in North Albritton. Donald O'Connor, Joseph I i iI s

ules and routines to put all type- Africa. The package had reached Cotton, Frank Shaw, Robert Paige, are being made for the I

writers to maximum use on essential him in good condition but was not Walter Abel, Maria Montez, Jon Mobile Unit of the Blood Bank of

service, even to the point of inconvenience there in time for the holiday cele- Hall, Sabu, Leon Errol, Basil Rath- Dade County, to visit Clewiston and I BACKUP

and sacrifice." bration. He and his buddies enjoyed' bone, Donald O'Conner, Patric receive donations of blood to be ,

"Florida's educational system," I the smokes, even though they were! Knowles, and lots of producers, directors made Into plasma and shipped to I YOUR BOYI. JI

the resolution said, "should and late in arriving. | photographers, etc.: field hospitals for use of the armed I.i I.

:will eagerly embrace an opportunity I "It was very interesting watching forcei. I Buy an Additional

to help our country and our And Mutt Waldron, who was slat-j I them make, the shootings, and I also Mrs. Gene Powers was instrumental -I '$ond Today
allies of the United Nations bring ed for a transfer when he was home went into the projection' room to see in obtaining a large numberof

the Axis aggressors to speedy and last, writes a card, that he is being them on ,the screen. It seemed local people who agreed to serve ......

complete submission." sent from the Miami Naval Air Sta- funny to see the people on the screen as donors and requested the blood ;

In transmitting the Board's resolution sitting right behind me. *" I also saw bank to send its mobile unit to $5.00 REWARD
to school officials, Superin- Clewiston.Due .
Nelson Eddy at the party.
tendent English said, A survey livered In Atlanta, producers received "Uncle Ben had one of the studio to a long list of previous en- for return of two lost automobile -

that a large percentage of the type I 37 cents; in Raleigh 38 photographers take some pictures of II gagements the unit, cannot; come until -

writers placed in Florida are own- cents, Richmond 36, ,cents and at Susanna Foster and me, and also late summer or early fall. However jacks. One a
the county school systems., Virginia grading stations 34-37
ed by
the need will be just
as urgent -
some of me alone. Guess he'll send
This places a direct responsibilityupon cents a dozen. Supplies of fryers floor roller jack the
them to me when they're finished." at that time and it is hoped that ,
the schools to help the armed continued to increase but still
when the unit makes the trip to
Some seem to have all the
services in their drive for necessary brought ceiling prices, which ranged luck. guys Clewiston it will be used to the ;fullest -I other a 1 10-ton hydraulic

equipment." around 2829 cents a pound in possible advantage during- the '

Preliminary reports from ;all sections Atlanta, Releigh, and Richmond. LADIES AID TO HOLD time it is here. truck jack. '- Barney
of the state, English said, indicate Hens,are still scarce, as producers
AXXUAL LUXCHEOX MEETINGThe The, blood bank has sent information -
that the, appeal by the army are holding them for egg; produc which answers the questions: Thomas or Gulf. _Service \
and navy' for typewriters is already
tion.The Ladies Aid will hold its an- usually asked concerning the reQuirements -
meeting with an eager response situation on corn and''' feed- ,
nual Covered Dish Luncheon' the of those who give blood. I Station. 1
from the schools. stuffs showed'little change. No corn -

The Typewriter to War campaign either White or Yellow, was offered,

to persuade Florida civilian ownersto ) and only limited quantities of a few

: sell 2,250 machines to the federal feeds were available. Demand con- A ,
government for the armed tinued far in excess of supplies.

--forces is being organized by they 1 Cotton prices advanced nearer to oe

State Defense Council direct assignment the level established, by the C C C

from Governor Holland. sales program. New York, July fu-

The War Production Board, American tures clo'sed on Saturday at 20:09!) i3" ::rS:, bi+aj Ktn.Yd Txv. tS +MR, : d:j

Legion and other agencies are. cents, up 35 points for the' week. c'1( (
cooperating. /' -- -

:; '\ ; i4 ,
The orders that coordinated and ..0I

Southern fruits and vegetables) set in motion the masterly, opera \ \ : I
tions that drove Hitler and Mussolini -
moved: to market in heaviervolume *
out of Africa written on :
during the third week of May, according -I were \ ,

to ,a report released by the I typewriters.Had .

Food Distribution Administration. typewriters been lacking, ". '.; ." \ :.lito .
The scene of harvest operations is there would have been hitches and ; : { !

shifting northward, as the season \ misunderstandings, coordin at t o n !:: ;(. : 9_ \

progresses, but the bulk of movement would not have been so effective I 'ti: \\ $'?. .:, :
is still from Florida, Louisiana -,:lives would have been lost. ?'
and, 'south Georgia. Bean move- That is why Uncle Sam has put -.: & Q -- h'
ment is at the peak: in many localities the job of securing typewriters from t' : ::: i
with considerable diversion to business firms and civilians right at
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canners. Florida limas, buttei'beans, the top of his home-front activity. '-.' ,.,

cucumbers, tomatoes, eggplant, and That is why he has assigned the ::;"'. :..-.:. 'J

green corn increased. Demand ford task to his War Production Board -

potatoes ,was not satisfied despite][and given orders to leave nothing :"i' ; :. : :

heavy loadings in Florida, Alabama i I undone until enough machines are : .

and Louisiana. Control over ship- rounded up.

ments from five major producing Did you know that typewritten ;.. -' ., w

counties in southern Alabama and instructions actually increase the : ,.

western Florida :was provided effective safety of men on fighting fronts?I I: ,: -,;" /

:May 21 to assist the armed I That the correct harrying out of

forces to obtain needed supplies., battle plans is dependent on the I I
Digging in ..'----' -- ,
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area during the week. 'The first think secret orders from commanders -I I

Georgia peaches and Florida water- could be, carried hundreds of

melons of the season were shIpped. thousands of men at widely

Strawberries are moving in moder- ated positions in a short separ-I II I
ate amounts from North Carolina, time? va ,
Tennessee; Virginia and Kentucky. Typewriters never get nervous inI I

Inshipments continued to com-! battle, and their 'handwriting is "- 'COLORoHOME -

prise, the bulk of cattle receipts at never shaky from ,tension or excite- '

the seven southeastern packing ment. They are always cool, calm : ,, ;
plants. Prices were easier with instances and collected, and *no one ever has j

another 50- cents lower. any trouble deciphering what they J'eitef! :;,', ',

Tennessee and Kentucky markets write. "

were barely steady on scant offer- Do you want to save the life of 'ti=l < \

ings.., Soft hog markets in GeorgiaFlorida an American soldier? Of many such t
and Alabama held steady, soldiers? D you, want to hasten victory New double size 1943 edition of our popular magazine; :' ;

topping at 414.25.Most other mar- I over the As, magnify the' .

kets in the Southern Region closed Tunisian triumph until the fortressof of ideas that; make life worth<< living, :,?- jd jddoublechuckfull

the week .25 cents higher' with the Europe has ''been shattered? : : ,

top price at Nashville $13.9'0.J', LouisVille Then sell one out of every four .. Vt&ake home a'better place to live in.:4: : : .

$14.15, Richmond $13.85, and typewriters you own to the War ;, ," / I: I :

at North Carolina and Virginia cash Production ,Board. If you are a pri- --, .. "- ,
hog buying stations 13701390. vate citizen, and can do without Come
lit and Get Your Free Copy ., I'
Spring lambs continued in 'our _
good demand ) machine manafactured since :

at steady prices, bringing a 1935, then sell it to the governmentThe Bishop-Wilson Lumber Co. ;
top of $16.00 at Nashville and need is acute! Shortage of I I
Louisville.: typewriters is fast becoming a seri PHONE SsCLEWISTON
Southern egg markets were ous stumbling-block to the whole FLA. j! ;
stronger with receipts ample Jon war program! Earn the gratitude of _
trade needs but not burdensome. u. ,
your country by selling your ma- .
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!t -...':.. press table is located just to Perry Murray of school boards are given full authority,

i ..=. the right of the Speaker in the spaci- Polk got so fed up with it last week to enforce the act.
.. ....... TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY | ous air-conditioned House chamber that he urged his colleagues to quit

I ..:.. where they can see and hear to best taking up so much time making The House Bill designed to regu-

...::. advantage. Smoking is permittedand campaign speeches and get down tof I late labor and put a stop to racke-

'::: .. I i pages who constantly flit about earth with their remarks. If all the teering, which would have preventedthe

..:. .:. the chamber will gladly bring one a words uttered on behalf of the "old sale of working permits, out-

:}. '. Coca-Cola at the snap of a finger. I folks" since the session began couldbe lawed the "closed shop" and required

..:. ':' transformed into dollars it would unions to file financial
..:. Gifts to lawmakers occur at fre- statements

N..:. By RUSSELL K4Y'I f quent intervals and are of every kind make Dr. Townsend's $200 a month with, the Secretary of State, found no

..:. and character. "Gentlemen of the I look like a mere pittance. No one favor in the Senate which tossed the

,..::.. Secretary Florida Press Association *i* Press" are usually included among I really expects to DO anything about House measure in the ash-can and

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: Don't be surprised if this columa stantial sum. This is in additionto opened we have received choice celery -I Emptiest gesture of all came when ed would' fall far short of curbingthe
the cigarette tax was under discussion evils to which such legislation la
reaches you in longhand one of these the Ringling Estate' and Art Museum from Seminole County, grapefruitwine

" ,days. George Burr, Secretary of the willed to Florida by Mr. Ring- from Lake County-a pro- in the Senate' and Senator Cliett aimed. It is very doubtful that the

1- State Defense Council, is going ling. duct of the Poole Winery at Cler- I urged that everyone over 65 years oft House will concur on the new Senate -
age be exempt from the tax. Senator Bill, and indications are that the-
mont from the State Beekeepers
i around with a gleam in his''eye look From testimony given the committee honey -t I
Sturgis nearly sprained an ankle session will end with no action taken.
ing for typewriters which are sorely it appears that no effort is be- Association, pickled shrimp from
hopping out of his seat to inquireif
needed by the Army and Navy, and ing made to keep up the property Nassau County.-gift of Senator and
it was going to be necessary for By a vote of 51 to 19, the House
hey, cast a loving and affectionate and because of leaks in the roof of Mrs. McArthur, cigars and cigarettes -
everybody to present a birth certifi- vigorously slapped down an effort
.glance at mine the other day.I the Art Museum valuable ami ir- from GUESS WHO.oranges from -
cate when making purchase of a of the State Welfare Board to expand -
.. imagine there are other folks besides replacable art objects are rapidly Lake and Polk, and an occasional I
package of cigarettes. its supervision and control
the Military who would like to deteriorating. Water has caused important room number. I
over boarding homes for the aged and
do me out of my typewriter, but they some of the priceless paintings to Invitations to this and that gen-
I The Governor's cigarette tax bill blind. Representative Martin of
can have it, for the Declaration of mildew and frames to warp, while erally include the "press," and
traveled thru legislative channels as Hillsboro, opposing it, termed the
# Independence, Constitution and Bill the structure itself is endangered.It among those received since the ses-
smoothly and speedily as the Seaboard's measure "just another bill to increase -
of Rights were all written with pen is the hope of Chairman Jerry sion opened were a buffet supper "
"Silver Meteor, to pass both operating expenses of the
:and ink and while it might be a Collins 'of the investigating committee given by Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Wil- I
House and Senate with little or no Welfare Board and employ more inspectors -
bit tough on the linotype operators, that as a result of the hearings, liams at their delightful home, a ,
real opposition. After a weak effort supervisors and busy-bodies
I can have my say in longhand if which are bringing these facts to supper at Spaghetti Joe's given by
to delay action. in the House, it to go around and investigate the old
the time ever comes. light, some way will be found to pro- Representative Joe Peeples of Glades, I
went to a vote and was passed by a folks and spend money that shouldbe
vide funds for the proper' care and a reception at the Mansion a picnic
My first reaction to this typewriter ; large majority. George Inman arose, going directly to the relief of the
maintenance of this valuable at the estate of 'Senator Le-
drive wasn't very enthusiastic. I prop- supper I "
when it was all over and, giving a
just couldn't quite figure how they erty while the estate is in litigation. Roy Collins, a cocktail party at the tobacco auctioneer's chant, said: .....-----' -

expected to fight a war with type- Preliminary testimony was given home of Secretary Ralph Davis,. a I "Sold-to the Governor of Florida!" Income Tax InstallmentJune

,writei's but when I learned that the before the committee, which is com- party and dance given by the Tallahassee -Even opponents of the bill got a

posed of Representatives Jerry Col- Democrat at the home of
machines really were needed at the
laugh out of that.A Must Be Paid
fighting front for use in bombers, lins, Archie Clement, Ben Fuqua, Rainey Cawthon, a party given by .

,jeeps and on ships for quick and accurate Leo' Wotitzky and GUY'P.. Crews. the Speaker and Mrs. Simpson at bill to legalize slot machines and From '
the office of John L. Fahs
transmittal of vital orders and Appearing were Attorney General "The Grove," a stag party at the
put a heavy tax on them is being ,Collector of Internal Revenue
,messages, I changed my view. Tom Watson and Stafford Caldwell, country club staged by Senate Presi-
given consideration by four com- comes word that Uncle Sam is expecting -
serving as "special attorney" for dent Philip Beall, a
Another thing that impressed me press supper
mittees. Another bill to tax punch-
was that all State and Federal I the State, appointed by the cabinet. honoring the dean of our group, you to make your regular
boards or trade-boards is under con- installment payment on your 1942
boards, bureaus and commissionsare It is the aim of the committee to editor Willis Ball of the TimesUnion
sideration. As sources of revenue, Income Tax. Many inquiries have
being called upon to surrender find ,out what has been done so far, given by Governor and Mrs.
I I either of these bills is promising. gone into' the Collector's office regarding -
from 10 to 25 percent of their machines and, if possible, take action that will Holland, and a shrimp supper at the I Conservative estimates indicate the this payment in view of the

which ought to be a good I end litigation and give Florida title American Legion hall staged by the in
this state
plan on punchboards is legislation now before Congress.Mr. .
thing. Here in Tallahassee Governor to the property and funds represented. St. John's County delegation.The .
well over )ten million dollars an- ., Fahs advises that under the
/ Holland led off, by contributingtwo Ringling died in '1936 and
other evening RepresentativeLeo ;
nually and a 10% tax return provisions of the various Pay: As
machines from his own office, .while nearly seven years have pass- Wotitzky, the Governor's legis- millino. '
around a A stiff tax on slot You Go) plans now under consideration -*
while practically all departments are ed no settlement has been reached.In lative representative Campbell Thorn-J machines probably would bring in by Congress, the March 15th
turning in every possible typewriter.r the meantime the weather, wa-= hill ,
and I were holding a little bull even more-not that we need it particularly and June 15th quarterly payments

Schools and colleges are joining terbugs, roaches, rats and mice are session in front of the hotel when a but politicians always findit must,'be made. ,

is the effort and Defense Council of-, making themselves happily at home taxi drove up to emit Senator' Shandsof I nice to have around. Bills' are now being prepared in
the art treasures and unless I
ficials feel confident Florida will among Gainesville. the office of the Collector for the
soon reach her quota. Cooperationis steps are taken to protect the prop- Thornhill, recalling a remarkthe Speaker Richard Simpson I pointed June- 15th payment and will be in

needed, however, from business erty we,, may wake 'up some day and Senator had made a few 'days with pride this week to a saving of the mails between now and June

and commercial organizations and find that the lawyers on one hand earlier about cutting celery on his $21,310.00 in the House's operating 1st. Taxpayers are requested to1 give
if you have any machines you can and the bugs on ths other have, reduced -( farm to
attempted make conversa- expenses during the first half of the this matter their imn ediate atten-

spare, which were manufacturedsince the state's interest to a mere tion with the inquiry ,"Have you current session,.'and stated it was tion, and upon receipt of their bills

Jan. 1, '1935, contact your local pittance' and a mess of Vubbish., started cutting that celery yet, Senator -I made possible thru the employment make payments promptly. The re.mllta'nce -

Defense Council or the American Lawyer Caldwell, who has been on ?"-Shands, who had just come of fewer attaches as well,as reductionof should be attached to the
Legion, : The government will the job for about a year at a salaryof propel
,from an Appropriations Committee printing and other costs. During bill in order to' guarantee

you the ceiling'r' price' for such, machines $6,000' and expenses, told ,committee meeting with his mind on. budgets, the first 30 days of the previous s- credits states Mr. ;Fahs. ,
and contribution members that whiI'he didn't[< '
your may I snapped back "Heck no, you know sion expenses were' $74,223.00 whh'e'total
mean the saving of many lives and have anything definite to offer at
you can't cut SALARIES!" expense of the present session
aid in speeding the war effort. this time, he was'"working" and 'he
I for the same period total only $52- Opportunity
Every machine will go 'directly to an thought if all went well he wouldbe I
actual fighting unit and those who able to bring about a settlementnext If an innocent bystander were to I Knocks
drift into either the House or Senate 1
turn in
will be year.
adVised\\ chambers and not know where he I Governor Holland signed the bill
where they are being used In the meantime, bugs and
wish such information.Last I II es, like citizens 'and taxpayers was, he'd probably figure he was at- outlawing secret fraternities, sorori-
I' roach-I tending either a. meeting of welfare ties and similar organizations in pub
week I learned something I no attention to the hearings,
workers or a Townsend convention.No .- lic schools. It does not affect institutions -
never knew before when attendinga denced no interest in its findings,
I matter what kind of a bill is un- of higher learning but
hearing of the Ringling and "Time Marches On.
inveStigat-1 der discussion, debate never gets provides penalties of suspension or

ing committee. i : very far before some guy jumps up expulsion from public schools for
nesses revealed the fact that the
I on his hind feet and starts talkin'I pupils who become members, pledgeto
State of Florida owns around a third READ the ADS
about the old people, the blind and become members, or solicit mem- s
interest in Ringling Brothers, Barn- "Sitting In With The
I' urn & Bailey Circus. While taxpayers -]I .

from time to time might have Lawmakers"
'. 5 felt that they were supporting a
:- 5 number of "white elephants," I doubt I I By RUSSELL KAY
if many of them realized they <
were'l I
: (Florida Press Association) .
: messed up with a sure 'nuff .f,
Florida's. interest is in the form of T i

,',. stock left in a trust fund by the late I II I While newspapers men coveringthe 4\ iI I
John I IJ' 1 lr ; ..
" Ringling, and while no one Legislative session do not rate ..

-. f seemed able to estimate its true I the illustrious title of "Honorable"and

. : ,'" value, it was generally admitted that are not addressed' as "the Gentleman

,','- the 'circus interest represents a sub- 'from so and so," they never-

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. :_: \ '"Anything new, Bert, on that black market legally instead of legally in this country.

:: I trial up at the county seat?" Just like the bootleggers did during the I

'.:' :. 14 when was sold illegally instead I
1' .:. "The jury came in 'bout an hour ago years liquor
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:: COUNTY TELEPHONE :: those law-flouting racketeers get will be too stamped out quickly, Bert, we're in for an-J '

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Lots 1 &. 2 Geo and Gram Sub. of North of 9 mile canal except the
LEGAL NOTICES Tracts 5 &. 6.: West Half ('V'hof the East Half ration book No. 2 valid until end of Stamp No. 23 in ration book No.
)- WVfc of Lots 3. 4, and 30, (E' ) of the weSt Half (W/) of I month. Red stamp J good this week 1 valid for one pound through May
N' of W% of Lot 7, the Southwest Quarter (SWVi and : and remains valid 30. Stamp
E1 of Lots 7 and 8, except the West Half (W%) of the through June. No. 24 good for ono
!VO1'iCF'Oi' cOfPiJETIOlOP fWD. All Lots 10 to 23 inclusive, East Half (E%) of the Southwest Red stamp K becomes valid May 30' pound between May 31 and June 30.
GET AND METING I FOR 'VRPOSfo: All Lots 25 to 29 Inclus..e.All Quarter. (SW%);
COMPLAINTS Gram Subdivision of Tracts 5 &. 6; (43) SOUTH, RANGE. THIRTY-POUR Processed Foods Shoes
Lots 37 and 38 in Geo. and Gram (34) EAST:
SubdIvision of Tracts 5 &. 6 being Intended IN SECTION 'SEVEN (7):. All that Blue stamps G, Hand J good Stamp 17 in ration book No. 1
:'tO!. ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: to describe all land in said part which lies North of the 9 through June 7; blue stamps K, Land good for one pair '
Pursuant to Section 3-A of Senate subdivision lying on the land side of mile canal and West of the County M are valid as of May 24. through' June 15,
:Bill No. 835 relating to Everglades the established meander line and Highway; stamp 18 becomes valid June 16
Drainage District passed by the Legis I north of Lots 1 and 36; And such part or parts of the' above for
lature Of 'the State of Florida at Its i IN Section Thirteen (13), the following described land as may not be redeemed Sugar I an unspecified'period.. .
1941 session the Board of Commissioners Tracts: on or before the date of sale above. stamp 12 ration book No. 1 ::.J
of Everglades Drainage Dis- All South and West of A. C. J.... shown. good,
'trrct s caused to be prepared a bud- Rwy In Tracts 1 and 2. Redemption of any part of the above for five pounds through May 31. Gasoline
-t showing the debt service requirements All Tracts 3. 4, 5, 7 to 28 inclusive described lands may be made in the of- Stamps 15 and 16 "
of the,, District during the year 30, 31, 32,. 34 to 38 Inclusive, 41, 43, fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof in war ration Number five' "A" coupons expire
beginning on the 1st day of next November 44, 47 to 52 inclusive less W 1% the county in which it Is situatedon book No. 1 valid for 5 pounds of
and ending on the 31st day of Acresof Tract 62, 58 to 63 InclusIve or prior to 2 00 P. M. on the llth each for home July 21 in the east; elsewhere number ,
the succeeding October, and the same lsT4 of Tracts 29 and 53, Wof day of June A, D. 1943, by payment of sugar canning, as, of '' six "A"
has been placed on file in the office Tracts 42 and 45, and West 2 acres, the amount due for taxes, Interest and May 24. Housewives may apply at coupons expire July '21.
of the Secretary of the District, at I of Tract 64; penalties and costs In the manner pro- local boards for I
Room' 1107 Biscayne Building Miami IN Section Fourteen (14), the following vided by law. supplementary home II I
Florida, Where the same may be examined Tracts Any sale will, be for an amount and canning rations if essential.
and this Is to notify you that East 2 acres of W% of Lot 1; upon term to be determined by the III
said Board will 'meet at said place on West 1.914 acres of East 3.914 acresof Board of Supervisors of said District Coffee II IS, YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
the 14th daof A. D. W>! of Tract 1; but in no case will sales be made for
10:00 clock in tlnlo 13afJ Nte of Tract 7; less than the total amount of said
day, (being not less than fifteen days All Tracts 14, 15, 20;. 23, 27, 30, 31,34to District taxes levied and assessed up-

hereof from the) for date the of purpose the first of hearing publication objections In 39 Section Inclusive Twenty-two 42 to 61 inclusive(22): All: on prior such to the land date for of the the last sale two thereof years, :**.:...:..:.**.:..:.***X..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.or:">
and complaints with respectto East of 3 mile canal, together with ajl interest, penalties
said budget. IN Section Twenty-three (23); All; and costs accrued on said two yearsitaxes. '
( m IN Section Twenty-four (24): The At least that portion of the :i:
BOARD Or COMMISSIONERS OP West Half (Wh); and the NW/ purchase price equal to that part of CLEWISTON
EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICTBy of the NEU. .I I said taxes levied for the last two years
MARK R. TENNANT In Section Twenty-five (25): for maintenance purposes must be paid
Chairman. West Half (W>4), I: in cash and the Board of Supervisors t
-A VTEST: In Section Twenty-six (26) : AIl have, in their discretion determined! _: GOLF COURSE
By K. :M Throop. In Section Twenty-seven (27): All to accept in payment or 'for part pay-1
Secretarv. I Fractional E 1 4 of E'- ment of the balance of the purchase:i .t
No: 115-Mav 28, June 4-Demo HCN In Section Thirty-four (34) : Frac- price thereof any obligations of the .1' (
tional NE?; of the NEV4; District, bonds, accrued interest thereon -! .. .y.
I In Section Thirty-five .(35): All i or past due interest coupons of the
North of 9 mile canal, District. The right to reject any and ?
NOTICE In Section Thirty-six (36): All West all bids is reserved and we will require S 0 f.
Half nv'h North of 9 Mile Canal: that cash portion of the purchase I IJL (
: IN TOWNSHIP FORTY-TWO (42) price shall be paid to or departed with: ?
Notice: is hereby given that under
SOUTH RANGE THIRTY-THREE the District within ten (10) days
4ind pursuant to the provisions of (33) EAST after acceptance of bids and that the ? Y
Chaptei 13C26 Laws of :Florida' Acts IN SECTION. 7: Tracts 1, 3, 5, and balance of purchase price shall be paid, y
bj 1929, as amended,and other ap- 6; within thirty (30) days after such acceptance -, :!: The Number Is '" ', ..:f fI
Florida Laws Board
the ofSuperxisors | of Golfers |
;plicable IN SECTION 18: All Tracts 1 to 9 ., Deeds In form similar' to Steadily. L
of Diston
Drainage I inclusive. Tracts 10, 11 and 12;, those heretofore given for similar I h \ ::
District and the Receivers :: .
of Diston North 'and East of A. C. L. Rwy: ; sales will be delIvered after Court .Y x
Island: Drainage District will,
beginDing All Tracts 25 to 31 inclusive approval obtained. Such deeds will I <
':I at 2:00 o'clock P. M. on the 11th ; Half be is A .,.&:-, IncreasingI .-.4- :
IN SECTION: 19: The East made subject to Diston Island .
day of June, A D. 1943, at the .
County !.
Drainage District taxes for 1943 and
'Courthouse in the City of :Moore Ha- IN SECTION; 27All; subsequent and to all other :: :.: : .' : : \
years : ?
ven, Florida, offer for sale; subject to I : .'.:\- .
IN SECTION 28All less N% of the taxes, tax liens and assessments whether : .
following redemption described prior to lands date of the sale title, the to Nth of the ,N*,!! of the NW'/ and past due, current or future. Y .: ,... .' c..:..x..x..x..x..x..x.:..x.. :,.,:. "" ;3... +
which less N& of the SVj. of the N% of By order of the Board of Supervisors :t! : *' '
is vested in the Board of Supervisors "
the of the of Diston Island Drainage District <
NV2 NW',4: -I :
of Diston Island riw
Drainage IN SECTION 29: The East Half : .4' \H11 i >
District by virtue of the said land hav-
:teg: heretofore been sold for taxes and (E'h ) of the Southeast Quarter I (CORPORATE SEAL) I : 'i Good
aavlng outstanding certificates against ((NW SE 4)) of the. Northwest Quarter I J. E. FRIERSON,. I II .1.. .... .: Greens l

the for more same than that two have years been, all outstanding lying and IN SECTION: 30; The North Half I i I! G.R. H Y. WILLIAMS PATTERSON, i : '; : .
being in Glades and Hendry, Counties, INNS bTIONo; 91 Members of the Board of ,
33 All North of ;
Florida as follows, and more particularly described mile canal less: R. R. Rwy; Supervisors of Diston Island I : ::1j ? .: : : : :+: : : : : : : )- I
Drainage District. :
IN TOWNSHIP In Glades FORTY-TWO County (42) IN canal SECTION; 34: All north of 9 mile : '' 1


-EAST. In;Tracts Section: : Twelve (12), the following (43)IN SOUTH TOWNSHIP In RANGE Hendry. County THIRTY-THREE FORTY-THREE JAMES Co-Receivers Drainage COUSE of District Diston Island *. I' Meet 'Yo Own Friends There;,: :'J;-<, ".: :;f"t.
:'Tracts 1 and 8: (33) EAST: < .'::.. (
North 12 Acres of Tract 2; IN SECTION ELEVEN (11): All J. M. COUSE, :: :t
Lots 1 & 2 less a strip 165 feet E North of 9 mile canal: I Secretary of Diston Island '.'I .?
.& W bj 44 ft. N &. S in SW Cor. of IN SECTION TWELVE (12): All Drainage District. -
No 113-May 14, 21, 28, June 4. I i: :
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I Another visitor was Sandy Rissmaa, I by Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. I problems which face us 'in the near FOR .

U. S. Army, who Is stationed in Fort 'I Playing were Mrs Lanier, Mrs. I j future. SALE

Myers, and came over to see his I Ezelle, Mrs.Dave Alston, Mrs. H. R.I I The Baccalaureate Sermon will be 22 acres near Moore- -

.L I Personals J brother receive his wings.BrantleyLanning. i'I Hall, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. preached at our church this Sunday

.1,1- : I iI I Thomas and Mrs. R. C. Wilson. Mrs.''night.' Everyone is invited to come Haven. Write P. O. Box

: Conkling tendered her resignation to' and honor this graduating class.'

the club and Mrs. R. M. Bishop was :The processional will begin at 8: 30 142, Moore Haven, Flci...

': chosen as a new member in her place. p. m. Everyone is urged to be in
- ;" Mr. andIrsl:: G. E. Wenzloff spent ida. I It.
Staff Sergeant Walter L. Brant- : their places by that time.

. ._. .:., t the week-end .in----Orlando..:..... ley, Jr., and Miss Merle Lanning of LINDA LEE CELEBRATES 7TH j I j WEDNESDAY NIGHT IS IM-I I .

Oklahoma City, ,were married at the BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY iPORTANT! This is teachers meet-j
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.. Mr. and :Mrs.: Fred L. Jenkins Xf
A. First Christian Church in Okla- (. ing and prayer service. You are Invited -
in Clew-
Moore Haven visitors
.:'. ... homa City on May 19th. Mrs. R. J. Lee entertained with a to participate in the forward r \
: i Florist
iston Saturday evening.
_ j Sergeant Brantley is the eldest afternoon march of church Agency
.J. children's party Wednesday 1 our program.:. !!

:. .' :Mr.: and Mrs George VanHyning son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brantleyof I to celebrate the seventh births -{ DeLAND BAPTIST ASSEMBLY! Flowers delivered here at no .

. j,. : of, Jacksonville were visitors in Clewiston and entered the Army, I day of her daughter, Linda. Games One car load of our people will go I extra cost. Other towns, any- '
, seiving in the Field Artillery indoors because of the to DeLand for the State ,
: J.: Clewiston the first of the week. were played I Assembly where in U. S. add only cost of
. ." ; -- Branch, a little more than a year |I rainy weather, and refreshments of which because of lack of housing !I telegram, ranging from 20, to ;

;, :- :Mr.: and Mrs., A. O. Ward and ago. He has recently been sent to I cake, candy and nuts were served. !]; facilities is limited to 600 this year. 55 cents. '
" : 1 Fort Sill, where he is attending Officers ', Guests were Norma,. Barbara and.Let us who remain be much in prayer MRS. SARAH
Grace Ward spent Saturday in Fort E. FOUNTAIN
, business." I Training School. Dale Perry, Eddie Musgrave, Patsy !j for the success of. this great Bap- Western Union Office
Myers on .
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; I Mis. Brantley is an Oklahoma City Meredith,. Paul Bowden, Jo' Ann tist assembly.
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' I girl, and is secretary in the office Pitson, Carol Arnold, Sharon j "To rise on the wings of faith, Day Phone.. .82 Night 2791
., Miss Myra Rice is spending a I] '
':;: : short vacation visiting in North :[!, of the Pillsbury Milling Company Crochet, Bobby Twiddy, Ronald Hare 'take off against the wind." .
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there. She will continue to reside J Betty Buxton, Skippy and Jane Lee. Ij
Carolina. I j -
> > t I I I there with her parents while her I .
,',' I I 1 husband is in Officer Training CIRCLES OF BAPTIST W. :M.: S.
Miss Mary: Markette Spent the
4.1 week-end with friends in West .I]I

% :".;:;'' Beach __ I j,|MRS. O. A. JONES GIVES PARTYFORTHGH :! Helen -Baggett- Circle of the BUTTONHOLE MAKING

. ;'f.;.,:. ,. .. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hundertmark SCHOOL PUPILS ]'Baptist W. M. S. met with Mrs. Joe Mrs. Inez Pope

: ::" I I i-- Elder as hostess Tuesday afternoon, CANNERS!
{1 :,,;. spent the week-end in West Palm .
: Beach. I Mrs. O. A. Jones was hostess' to I I and Mrs..,,E. M. Cornette presided. Millcrest Near Passenger Depot
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(':. members! of the Junior and Senior'classes Mrs. M. A. Thomas was hostess at | 1
I (next door to Bill Allen's)
< Mr. and Mrs. J. Kenneth Roger' at a dinner party at Sugar- the meeting of her circle and Mrs. A Good Supply of Quart Vacuum I ,

", :''." spent the week-end in West Palm 'IJJ land Recreation Center Thursday C.' R. ,Krueger is chairman of the ) I,

Beach relatives. I! evening. ]circle. j Seal
t .: visiting i I Jars
> ; I I. Mrs. Jones, who is home-room mother !' The Lottie Moon Circle met at the' I "" -

<'i .. Dick Patterson returned Thursday} for these grades, had as her home of Mrs. Goldie Dunaway. Mrs. :

,,' '. night from Gainesville where he is, guests at 'dinner, Margaret Morrow, Clayton Waters led a program on i for sale byBishopWilsQn RENTAL HOUSES

1\ ;. a student at the Uniyersity of Flor Sue Gary, Mauryne Prewitt, Mary : Mission ,work. Mrs. Himrod gave ,of Sirs. Viola Stone's Estate are i

:; ida. | Mathis, Medford Dunaway, Robert I the devotional and Mrs. Meador and; in charge of Mrs Jewel Hook r. ;

'",; .. I Hodges, Dorothy Knight, Gloria Mc- : Mrs. Tanner and Mrs. Peters took 1 Lumber Two now vacant. :
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- ;\: Mrs.. Laura Smith, Mrs. Fronie;,Duffie, Carmen Roland, Barnard part in the program.Mrs. I SEE MRS. HOOKER

.. Erler and Mrs. Jimmie Weaver visit-! Leiter, Marianne Jones, Miss Mary Himrod. chairman, conducted .concerning them.,, :

,, .: ed Miss Juanita Erler in Miami, Neeley, and Mrs. C. E., Bjornson. a business meeting; reports were CompanyFOR I I' .

.:. over the week-end. i i Pupils of the 9th and 10th grades made, Red Cross sewing 'I.was distributed -

::....., '- were invited in later for games and '. and announcements were ..0&-
: Miss Kathryn Moran of Boca i bingo, dancing and various games i i made. A social hour followed and

.',' Ratone spent the week-end in, Clew-I were enjoyed I till a late hour. I I refreshments were served to Mrs.

, iston visiting her brother, Jay W.! During the evening the 9th 'and Jack Himrod, Mrs. W. T. Bembry SALE Johnson's Fish Camp

. Moran. 10th graders presented their sponsor Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs. T. L. Tan-: .
I (Near Hurricane Gate)
.,.:> I Mis. Bjornson, with a set of ner, Mrs. A. L. Harris, Mrs. Earl Good Income Property Clewiston, Fla. "

:-' .'. dishes. Peters, Mrs. Clayton Waters, Mrs.R. .
:; :. Mr. and Mrs. Jones Bryan and Boats and Motors-Guide Service

..: daughter, Marcia, of Perry, spent a1 I I I L. Marshall and Mrs. Davis. Nine room house on Ventura Rates Reasonable
few days with friends in Clewiston NADINE BEMI1KY CELEBRATES I
. W. H. Johnson
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; ., 'v .this week. BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY I SURPRISE PARTY HONORS Avenue. Five bed ,
Miss Marguerite Vandermoot ofi Nadine Bembry celebrated her

:. Palm Beach.was among the visitors)'''seventh birthday with a party at her Ken Swayne and Mrs. G.. E. rooms. Lots of built-in J. M. COUSE .

'; '" who attended the Wings Ceremony home ,on the government reserva- Wenzloff were joint hostesses Tues-

,. ;<::, at Riddle Field Monday. I I tion Wednesday afternoon.. Various I.day evening at a card party and sur-'rcabinets.Thomas. M. Counselor Hopkins and Attorney Building at Law' .

'- games were played indoors and refreshments prise shower honoring Mrs. A. E.

, !:\: Lt. and Mrs. Greisiner of Jack1sonville 'of ice cream. and cake Oliver. The party was given at the Boals, Box, 7308, Clewiston Wednesdays and Saturdays, :.
;;:; : were guests of 'Mr. and Mr!.' were served. Sugarland Recreation Center, and 0:30: to 4:00 .

'., :.:;...-: z. G. Meredith this week. Mrs| Guests included Joyce DeVane, the card rooms:were''decorated with Fla. tfn I t
:;.. Greismer is remembered here as Linda and Norma Bembry,. Wayne !j Easter lilies and - ------- -------- --------------
: : "Miss" Eunice Meredith.: I King, Barbara Twiddy, Dwayne Wal-: -------

;.' \'::'' : J 'dron! Janet and Patsy Casper, ,Sylvia I I ers.Mrs.._ Oliver' was unaware that a
:' ,_: Sergeant and Mrs. Philip R.vKmi Beatty, Billy Brooks: Billy Nail, Alfred I party was taking place and went. to

," x :: ;. r mon returned., Sunday from; al Meador, Pat and Ray Martin, I I the Center with Mrs. C. J. Bjornsen

;,, t: ;' ;,-, week's honeymoon in North Caro-,, Sharon Crochet, Walker "Nail, Jr., I I to find her friends assembled with

:.: -.:.: ; lina. They are residing for the prw Sarah Beth Sikes, Bernie Thompson, I I,gifts' -and all in readiness for the

:; :: ent in the John Elmore house.. Shirley Marshall and Charles Twiddy. [ card games. ,

,e i -- I I Tables were arranged for both

{ R. Mr. and Mrs. Frank' Shireman and' 10TH GRADE HAS WEINER: [ Michigan and bridge. At Michigan

>' { : Mr. and Mrs. E. 0: Strong of Miami -, ROAST OX THE RIDGE |i Mrs. H. A. Hedke won' first prize, I

were visitors in Clewiston this: a pair of, embroidered pillow cases

:week. They were registered- at the]I Mrs. A., W McCorkle, sponsor for I and Mrs. C. R. Krueger, low prize;

, Clewiston Inn during ,their stay. a set of Madeira napkins.
r : tenth
I I the ,,., graders, accompanied '
Mrs. John DeValcourt won em-
: members of the grade' a weiner I
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Mr./and Mrs.. J. M. Fountain and \ broidered pillow cases as first prize dill
I: roast on the ridge last Thursday
Frank HarberT have moved from :! I at bridge and Mrs E. L. Stewart tll4 i .

Moore Haven and are residing in one 1 j!i evening.After various Madeira napkins as low prize. The I/iI/
; of the homes'on the government !I cut prize, a luncheon set, went to .
games were enjoyed till a late hour. I
reservation. I I I Mrs. M. E. VouMach. .
Attending were Betty Jean Mc-
i'I Mrs.. Oliver was presented with a
Duffie Jean Townsend
Betty Betty
<, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Small and shower of attractive and useful baby
Jean Sullivan, Marilyn Davis, Junei
;_. > Judge R. M. Harris of LaBelle, were I gifts, after tjie} card games. I
i I Ellen Dunaway, Millie Bourne, Richard
?;; Sunday visitors in Clewiston, and The hostesses served individual
I I Pape, Horace Brown, Sherwood .
,' took part in the
dedication services I cakes and, ice cream.
Hall and Mat tin Waldron.
at the Baptist Church I The guest list included Mrs F. I ( U

GARDEX CLUB MEMBERS Deane Duff, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford,
r Van Mumford, who completes his I
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. W. H.
first year at Massachusetts Insti-: SPONSORED CADET CLUB Lanier, Mrs. G, B. Rackstraw: Mrs I

" ., tute of Technology, will arrive this I John Lucaa, Mrs. Curtis Thompson,
week I \ The Garden Club had charge of
to spend the
summer with his Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mis. John
' the Cadet Club for the past week, I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas
V. S. j
;; j DeValcourt: Mrs. S. L.' Crochet, Mrs.
1., (: Mumford. I ,and MisR.. C, Wilson served ,.as I
G. H Small, Mrs. H. A. Bestoi..
chairman. Those who served as
-, I I I Mrs. M. E. VonMach. Mrs. E. C.',
hostesses or made cakes for the club '
-, The Rev. Milner C. Brittain and I i L. Stewait Mis.
:-' Mills,. Mrs E W.
two were Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. J. A. I aP4i$71j
children and his mother; 1\Irs.1 P. Vaughn, Sr., Mis. H. T Vaughn,II
C. M. Brittain of Fort Myeis, were McGehee, Miss June Hooker, Mis. Mrs. R. M Hare, Jr., Mrs. C. E. I
in Clewiston ,' U. M Cornette, Mrs. Charles Bolton, II I
Sunday to attend the. Bjornsen, Mrs. Arch Simmons, Mis. A
dedication services at the First Bap' 1Irs.V.. W. Ferry, Mrs. C. J. Niel- R. W. Turk, Mrs. 1\f. A. Thomas. I
tist Church. sen, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. W. E.
:.. 1 1Irs.V.. R. Broaderick, Mrs. John .
Bolton, ,Mis.. Josephine Knight, Mrs.L. .
-- i KettI, Miss Florine Moore, Mrs. F.I
Mrs. M. Weetnian, Mrs. Carl Johnson,
Wain R. Fletcher sJ
and Miss |A. Mueller, Mrs Clyde W. Stephens, ,
Vadah Walker Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mis. W. L. Lott, :
and assistant
Mis. W. L. Brantley, Mrs. H. A.
.' editor of the Embry-Riddle Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Miss Florine' 1 ,
." Fly Paper -+ Hedke, Mis. Ed Townsend, Mrs. B.
; : Moore and Mrs. J. Fred Morrison.
by Misses
- Connie I L. Thompson, Mrs T. E. 1.iarkette,1
::. The Ladies Aid will be in :
Warren and Harrington, of Miami charge
I Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs. C. L. .fei1L BREAK BOTTLENECKS
of the club this week.
nvere visitors in ,Clewiston Monday. I Downs, Mrs. C. A. Martinez, Mrs. A. ..

\ ,:, -' :', Mrs. E. L. Stewart, who is general 0. Ward, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, Mrs. "
:} Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Harris and I|I chairman of the Cadet Club committee M. M. Prewitt, Mis. C. J. Lovvorn, at Bid SiopJ-

""'.. Miss Anne DeForest Harris of At- stresses the fact that the ,Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. J. T.

lanta, were visitors in Clewiston i I club needs volunteers to help teach Paul, Miss Florence Graham, Mrs.:
this week. They came down to at- the cadets to play the various games Carl Kolstad, :Mrs.: F. A. Mueller, : ; ilE pours nickels and conversation into

.,. tend the Wings Ceremony at Riddle [which are provided for them at the Mrs George Yon, Mis. Hugh McLaughlin -
':,'. Field club. telephones, at every'stop holding up the
Monday. There are several Chinesechecker and )Mrs. G. B. Thomas. ;
', I sets, backgammon boards, 's: movement of service men and workers

; Mrs. Ira L. Nesmith of Palm Chess, and card games and many of I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .... whose minutes are vital.Buses need the full

': Beach spent a few days in Clewis- I the boys would like to learn these II .C. Meador, Pastor V '5 cooperation of all to enable them to maintain ,
I. ton this
week. Mrs. NeSmith, who is games. I
largely responsible for the furnishings i' wartime schedules. Let's help send
Townspeople do not need a special Sunday School-9:45 a. m. .
of the local Cadet Club, attend.I invitation to come to the club ij\ Morning Worship.-11:00: a. m. them rolling along without unnecessary

: ed the Wings Ceremony at Riddle and help entertain the boys. All I I Training Union Business Meeting delay. '

;. Field Monday and was a guest of the will be welcome. The club is for -6:15 p. m. 1

: cadets at lunch at the mess hall. 'I Cadets and all Servicemen. ,i I Training Union-7:15 p. m. Miller's Drug Mho SEC

1 1\Ir-u. Baccalaureate Sermon-8:30 p. m. IMOwmtuod QE pWEEK.
Mr. and
1! Mrs. H. R. Rissman LIME
: of ,Chicago,I You are to be congratulated on hav- wah 1 '' '
who are spending the season in Fort Mrs. F. E. Conkling entertained ing reached that long desired goal. Curial Point, Via. SIIIrc4SE

Lauderdale, spentr a few days in members of her bridge club at her I You now face two roads-one to

Clewiston this week, attending the 'home Wednesday afternoon. First continue your education-the othergo

Wings Ceremony at Riddle Field i prize, bath powder, was won by Mrs.V. .I to work. We trust you will

- i; Monday. R, R. Rijssman was a |I \ H. Lanier and cut prize, a: box continue your education and still

member of the graduating class. lot' Cannon kitchen towels, was won I better prepare yourself for the great




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WHITE ? .d-r WN.u.FEATURES By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D D This \.J.r.JIll give, us \: J

mE STORY SO FAR: The story of with less than two thousand regu- that all the time, and of course the Of(Released The Moody by Western Bible Institute Newspaper of Union.Jhlcaeo' ) 'M'y/.y!

their part in the battle for the Philip lars, plus these green kids who had anti-aircraft opened up-just .a,,for- A br nd
pines Is being told by four of the five really been sent here to polish off mality, because, they were up out of new crop of \

naval officers who are all that Is left their training, plus thousands of Filipino range-when all of a sudden-Barn! Lesson for May 23 veteransTo

of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 3. They. boys just as brave but just as the whole Rock seemed to jump, and ':
LJeut. John Bulkelcy (now Lieutenant .
are commander; green, most of whom had never beenin we made a dive for the tunnel, be- Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se-" speak onDecoration Jf
Commander), squadron
Lieut. It. B. Kelly, second-in-command; uniform until a few weeks before cause at last they were bombing us. Council of copyrighted Education by International used by Diy 1) i it
permission.. ;
and Ensigns Anthony Akers and GeorgeE. the war started. "It was quite a pasting. Half an \'l'CANMWNU
Cox, Jr. Lieut. Kelly has told how 'Where in hell's the navy?' hour later a batch of nurses came !
he was sent to the tunnel hospital on they'd ask me. 'Why aren't they in in an ambulance-pretty well BIBLE TEACHINGS"ON WINE'SDECEITFULNESS

Correpldor, where ho met a nurse named bringing us tanks and planes and shaken up. They'd been strafed-
Peffcy. Survivors from the sinking: of a more men? It only takes two weeksto had to leave the ambulance and run
shipload of refugees were brought to the LESSON TEXT-Proverbs 20:1: 23:.29-35-
get here from Pearl Harbor. Of for the roadside ditches. A few min- Matthew 244551.
hospital, and patients from Manila were
moved there. From them he learned course none of them knew what had utes later the wounded began ,to GOLDEN TEXT-At the last It blteth likea

how badly the war was going for us. A happened at Pearl Harbor. come in-all the serious cases went Proverbs serpent 23:32.Deceitful, and. stingeth like an adder.- Features

member of the tank corps Is speaking. ''They'll be along,' I'd say. into my ward. They had only two

,) 'Any day now.' operating tables, so the litters were

'Hell,' they'd say disgustedly.. lined up, waiting their turn, while both is the a good word to describe -
CHAPTER IV the in and took product and the CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
'We won't see them for six months. nurses pitched care propaganda of the
liquor business.
'Suppose we don't,1 I'd say. 'This of the minor surgery cleaning Alcoholic
'We were lying on our side in months. Wasn'tit wounds, digging for shrapnel, band- beverages are in them- S
place can last six selves most deceitful
that paddy, and the Japs would built like Malta and Gibraltarto aging. There was no time for anes- and the meth-
and look at us. We played thetics by they are sold to the
come over grainof
withstand except a quarter of a
siege? I
possum in there all day. They triedto morphine, but the wounded cer- public certainly cannot commend WANTED
open our door with bayonets, but "Only pretty quick I began to find tainly had guts. They'd grab the side themselves to right-thinking people.
In the afternoona out how wrong I was. Corregidorhad Intoxicants are associated with
we had it locked. of their litter with clenched fists,
Jap officer looked at us throughthe been built years ago, and thenwe'd and tell the nurses to go to it-it social preferment, festive occasions, PINE-SOFTWOODS
of still hold- agreed not to modernize if the radiant beauty, when they ought to
slots-all us lying really wasn't hurting much. HARDWOODS *
ing breath, and then he said, in Japs didn't modernize the Carolines.We be connected with the bleary eye, iamb
"The raid had been going an hour
wanted in large and small
kept the agreement they didn't.Anyway the babbling the quantities.
; tongue, ragged chil-
English, "They're all dead. when all of a sudden the lights went Highest cash prices paid. Submit offers
ammunition and provisionswere dren and and
brokenhearted mothers. .quotations.
'But we figured it was a trick- so short the Rock would be do- out, but in half a minute the girls What about the men who have lost II ROBERT C. CABER LUMBER. CO.
kept right on playing possum and, had I 78 Beaver Street Now York
produced flashlights. remem-
ing good to hold out three months. their positions and their characters
sure enough, in about an hour they, ber Peggy standing there holding a \
came back for another look. But "A few days after that the nursesin flashlight guy's naked back on and the 'women who have paid with
ward around-I on a their virtue for their love of intoxi-
we were lying in exactly the same my were the operating table while ,a doctor FOR SALE
cants? Why not picture them in the
positions. This time they gave a probed for some shrapnel in his kid- _
few disgusted grunts and walked off. : ney. You could see her face and beautiful magazine advertisements? FOR SALE-PEAS-all varieties<:an I

About an hour after dark we lis- those steady bluegreen.eyes of hers I. Wine Is a Deceiver (Prov.. 20:1). ship any quantity.J. E. KENNEDY Beans-90-day Velvet.

tened carefully, and then unlockedour by the light reflected back up' from Wine is personified here as an Phone 74 Willlston. S. C.

door. Sure enough, they'd gone, this guy's back, and just then there evil demon who leads men on in the

so we beat it for the road.' t was a terrific crunching bang-a hope of some pleasure or advantage, MISCELLANEOUSCalifornia

'Tell me what became of your bomb had landed right outside the and then lets him down to the depths

shoes,' I asked him. I couldn't fig- tunnel entrance-and with it a sud- Df destruction. It makes him think drink Beer Packages Seed. Make 25 and your 35 own cents.delicious -

ure how an experienced soldier den blast of air through the tunnel.It he is great and powerful, when he CALVIN L. PERKINS, Mathiston ,Miss.

would ever let himself get separated wasn't nice, and yet I don't think is only weak and degraded. It excites -

from his shoes. The kid grinned 4 Peggy's hand even wobbled. him to foolishness and wild MEDICATED Soothe itch of simple

sheepishly. 'I guess that was a "But it was getting on toward New boisterousness, when he would normally rashes with

damn-fool trick,' he said. 'You see Year's, and bad news began to come be sensible, quiet'and orderly.He POWDER FOR formerly Mexican
it had been hotter than hell in that Heat Powder. Relieve
from Manila. The Japs were clos- who thought he was wise in -
tank, and we were all dirty and ing in." partaking of its stimulation, finds FAMILY USE diaper rash,heat rash.

tired and sweaty, so we decided to "But very few of them realized it himself deceived, and to his regrethe

take a bath in a creek just across in Manila," said Akers. "I was realizes that he is a fool in the

the rice paddy. But we had to go I there with my boat on courier duty hands of a malicious.deceiver.II. Good Tidings"Gospel"

through mud to get there, so, keep- from December 13 until Manila fell. Wine Is a Depraver (Prof. 23: is derived from the
ing our clothes on until we got to Staying with Admiral Hart until the 29-35). Anglo Saxon word "Godspell,

the water hole, we took off our seaplane took him out to join the meaning good tidings. -
shoes and hid them in the tall grass. Dutch East Indies fleet. Depravity is a word not used as
much a s it was a generation ago,
But ,when we got back we huntedfor "You couldn't criticize
several hours and couldn't but it well describes 'the conditionto
we morale. The had'a' MEAT PATTIES
average Filipino WITH
which the drunkard comes in due
find that clump. Finally we
childish belief in He absolutely -
us. was
time. And it is wine and other,
started on, barefooted. certain that the Americans
44 '' liquor which has depraved or cor- ALL- BRAt r MAKE
where were the Japs? would be there next week with plen- :_
rupted him. A number of things
'They'd gone on ahead toward of Dead-sure that
ty equipment. our
Manila. The next night we were American soldiers would throw back' appear in the text. MEAT GO EURTHEIl

resting by the roadside. We hearda ''the Japanese. ,Believed all the opti- 1. Liquor Destroys (vv. 29, 30).

noise behind us, so we scooted low. mistic broadcasts and rumors. This is true morally, mentally, Are you looking for ways to"stretchthe

in the bushes by the side of the "When a raid would come, of physically, and spiritually. Red eyes, meat supply"? Then try this won
road, and saw more of them go by excitable.We wounds, complaining-these are only derful recipe for All-Bran Meat Patties ..
they pretty .
course, were
made with famousKELLOGG'S
They are
on bicycles-all headed toward Ma- \ when the outward signs of inward phys-
slept aboard the boat, and ALL-BRAN-which adds a delicious -
nila. It seemed to be a Jap reconnaissance the bombs started down, we were ical destruction of alcohol. Woe and crunchy texture to the dish

patrol, because behind ? .' ,ij supposed to get away from the sorrow speak of mental and social with all the valuable vitamins, min-

them came trucks and guns and in- wharf and out into the bay. Some- I distress. The moral and spiritual erals, proteins found in and ALL-BRAN.carbohydrates ordinarily

fantry, going by in the dark-so close: times people used to stow away, to destruction follow.

we could have reached out and get away from the bombs. 2. Liquor Deludes (vv. 31, 32). Kellogg's All-Bran Meat Patties

touched them. If we'd had a machine "They never lost faith, though. Its color, its sparkle and effer- 1 egg 1 tablespoon '
gun, we could have wiped out its smooth 2 teaspoons salt chopped parsley j
1't1117("" several hundred, but we only had dances at the Manila Hotel, and excite the anticipation of good- 2 tablespoons 3/4 cup catsup
our 45's. They kept up most of that and And what does minced onion 1 cup Kellogs's
"Sure enough, in about an hour you could watch the Filipino boysin ness pleasure. All-Bran
night-one group stopped and ate they came back for another look." uniform, telling their girls about the drinker receive? The bite of the 1 pound ground beef I

chow on the road bank opposite us; their heroic exploits. And there serpent and the sting of the adder. Beat egg slightly, add salt, pepper,

we were scared stiff they'd come heard some talk about a party they were plenty of them to tell, too. How true! onion, parsley, milk, catsup and I
over and find It hard for All-Bran.Let soak until most of moisture
was in their that
were giving quarters "But, over at the American Army 3. Liquor Demoralizes (v. 33). is taken Add beef and mix
the up.
wounded to lie
quiet. Our tank evening, inviting their boy friends, and Navy Club, they knew what the Alcohol is the handmaiden of im, thoroughly. Shape into 12 patties.
driver had a rivet stuck in his who for the most part were young score was. They didn't feel like morality. "Strange women" come Bake in hot oven (450F.) about 30 -

throat-every time he took a drink, army officers stationed on the, Rock. dancing there. Their faces were into the picture very quickly. They. minutes or broil about 20 minutes.

the water would come leaking out- And I almost fell out of my cot that plenty long. and the drinker soon find that drink Yield: servings (12 2& inch patties). .

and the radio operator's arm was afternoon when Peggy, in a seemingly "Of course the higher-up Filipinos sets them free from the limitationsof

full of shrapnel from an exploding offhand way, asked me if I'd knew the truth. If you'd see one decency and good sense, and the Virtues NeglectedIn

but bullet. The rest of us were okay, like to go. It was nice, of course, with a long face, you could be sure result is beyond description. the pursuit of pleasure, the
feet j
our were getting damnedsore. be chosen the I liked best
by girl he was a Senator, or better."I Those who defend liquor, or tem- greatest virtues lie neglected. -
out of 10,999 other men on that had there-Dolores
a gir J washer porize with this problem, as Tully.
.'At dawn may
we stopped by a native Rock most of whom would have
first name, and by American
well recognize that they are encouraging -
village to collect
some shoes, but to talk to white I
given an ear just a standards she was good-looking as
destruction of
their the moral our '
feet '
were all too
small. girl. But it got me to thinking, Superficial
and It is terrifying
boys girls. a
'How'd they treat you?' too. I liked her, but the other girls hell."Her father I think was a Senator, responsibility! Externally or

'Fine-gave us all the food we had said there was a young medical and the family had a hell of a lot of Caused

could eat, but you could see they'didn't officer she'd been dating pretty money. His brother owned a lot of 4. Liquor Dulls Man's Sensesand .RELIEVE the stinging itch-allay
Dazes Man's Mind (vv. 34, 35). Onlya
want us around. Afraid what the hell I?
the steady-and was .
mines. They had a. big colonial) irritation, and thus quicken healing
fool would lie down to sleep in the
Japs would find us hiding there and A naval officer in an army hospital house in the suburbs. Begin to use soothing Resinol today.RESINOL.
shoot them too. You couldn't blame -here today, gone tomorrow-so I "Her father knew what the score midst of the sea, or on top of the
the natives. So mast of a ship, or in the gutter, or
we got out, and hadn't let myself get started think- was, although Dolores didn't dreamit ,
spent the other six days of the trip ing-or tried not to, anyway. was coming so soon. The last time against a lamp post. That's what

sleeping in ditches or brush clumps, "Naturally, I said sure I wantedto I! saw her, just before the Japs came drink does for a man.

walking" nights.' go. So Peggy said she'd' see if in, she knew Manila had been de- And when he sobers upwhatthen Get Your War Bonds *

'Were the wounded weak?' she could fix it with the doctor. And clared an open city, but she thoughtthat ? His faculties are so dazed that

'Sure, and so were.we. The tank after she got through with him, he only meant there wouldn't be he can think of only one thing to do, To Help Ax the Axis
driver with the hole in his throat and that is to seek more wine. Whatis
was certain it would do me good, any more bombs. All that night the
wanted to stop-said for us to leave if I was back in the ward by ten. southern army had been moving it that Scripture says about the WNU-7 2043And
him behind. We dogand the fool? (See Prov. 26:11).
were afraid the
"Here in Newport maybe you through Manila, trying to get to
Japs would get him and we couldn't III. Wine Is a Destroyer (Matt.
wouldn't think it was much of a par- Bataan before they were cut off,
spare him a gun-we,had only three45's ty. But it was a swell night, with a but she didn't know what the marching 24:45-51).

for the six of us.' big moon hanging over Manila Bay meant. That night her unclea:,, We have already touched on that

'What did you do, carry him?' -peaceful-and best of all, the girls tough old Spaniard who had minesall point in its personal application, but .e

'Hell, no. We gave him a 45 had broken out with their civilian over the world, got pretty drunk now we see it in its bearing on his

told him he'd better us-e it now if dresses. That doesn't sound like and-almost had a row with her fa. occupation and standing in the com- Your Strength and

he wasn't coming with us. So he much, but one look at them after ther, the Senator. munity. Energy Is Below ParIt

changed his mind, and decided to seeing nothing but uniforms for "The uncle said the whole mess The contrast is between the good may be caused by disorder of kid

come on. He made' it., too. But it months was like a trip back home. was the fault of this opposition faction servant,who recognizes that his one ney waste function to accumulate.that permits For !truly poisonous many '

took plenty of guts : Makeup too-they looked so damned of Filipino politicians hollering and constant obligation is to serve, people feel tired, weak and miserable
"None of them lacked that." Here I nice you could eat them with a their silly heads off for independence whether his master is present or absent when and the kidneys other waste fail to matter remove from ezceefacids the

Kelly shook' his head. "Sometimes spoon, and Peggy had put just a -no wonder the Americans, if and the evil servant who violates .. blood.
training, often equipment, but never touch of perfume in her hair-anyway they were getting out in four more his trust. rheumatic You may pains suffer, headaches nagging backache dizziness; '

guts. if it wasn't that, it was some- I years, hadn't socked a lot of money Notice that his first thought after etting up nights, leg pains, swelling ,"
"But Sometimes frequent and scanty urination .
getting back -
to that hos- thing. into fortifications: cruelty to his fellow'' servants is to with smarting and burning Is another j"
pital. I went back to my bunk. "Next day I was out in the court- "He said he wasn't so worried satisfy his appetite "to drink with sign that something is wrong with :

J \or' Peggy helped me get my arm set- yard getting some fresh air," Lieu- about himself because he owned the' drunken." the There kidneys should or bladder.be no doubt that prompt )

tIed, and we talked a little bit. She tenant Kelly, who was invalided in plenty of, property outside the is- Cruelty, mismanagement, unfaith- treatment, is wiser than neglect. UseDean' ,
Pills. It is better to rely on a
was smart
girl. Having been the tunnel hospital at Corregidor lands. But he told the Senator he'd fulness are tied up without questionwith medicine that has won countrywide approval '

with the Regular Army, she knew continued: "I was allowed a certain probably end up pulling a rickhsafor drinking. Is it not so today? known.than.Doan's on have something been tried less favorably and test-
real soldiers
when she saw them number of hours per day out of my : his part, in .this independence If you doubt it, read your daily ed many years. Are at all drug store .
and you didn't have to talk longwith bunk-when the air-raid alarm went foolishness, and serve him damned newspaper. Why trifle with any- Get Doan's today. :

these poor brave kids who wereso I off, but; by now we didn't pay any well right. So I could see there thing which keeps such evil com-

green they forgot their shoes toI attention. I looked up to notice that were a few natives who knew what pany? You may find yourself mixedup o j
what the
score was. Here we nine Jap planes were going over- the score was. with them beyond your ability to
were, trying to hold off the Japs head, but what the hell, they did (TO BE CONTINUED) eet free.




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PETERB. I Potatoes to be french fried II A little maple syrup instead of
should stand in cold water at leastan sugar is pleasing to sweeten
eZ hour before cooking. I whipped cream.


Jam will not keep in jars that A little sweet oil applied to

..... have held fat, no matter how much bronzes after they are dusted fol-
-" you have washed them. lowed by a brisk rubbing with a
chamois skin, will bring out their
The too sudden cooling of an rich tones. '

aluminum pressure cooker may *

cause it to warp or crack. .Since
caps are difficult
to get, we can still keep our hairor
When cleaning fish, use a pairof curls from getting wet by plac-
j scissors instead of a knife to.. ing a large oiled-silk bowl cover

cut off the fins, thus saving your over our heads when taking a

fingers. shower or bath.
a.f r;?

Transformation for YOU looks better groomed with
o {WNU Service) __ ___ MorolineIIairTonicKeeps
Parlor at Little Cost HAIR unruly hair in place.
ALW-AYS Gives lustre. Big bottle
I only 25c. Sold everywhere.

THE unit in the upper sketch
the handiwork of two amateurs -

i y ; one using hammer and saw, Greater JupiterJupiter's
and the other doing plain sewing.
diameter is 11 times
The size of your radio your tall that of the earth. -
books and short books as well as
the things to be stored behind the

doors will govern the proportions


AY& i rY0otg10
H. ---1 5 MODERN Drinks/
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0 4 "AThrow It at Hitler!
I i .
of the end units. Make a rough
.. AREN'T you 9 .::.. plan on paper first with all dimen- SNAPPY ,FACTS

PQ sions indicated. If you do not have ABOUT
' the tools for making grooves the

: : shelves may rest on metal angles I

/ screwed to the Bides of the unit. .
These angles are useful also for riJ11RUBBER.

strengthening the corners.

The construction of the bedding

P compartment is shown in the lower -
sketch. is Neither South American sources of
,, The padding cotton natural rubber nor expansion of
batting and the covering is tackedin Guayule Cryptostegla and all
1 other rubber-bearing shrub pro-
:f.I place through a lath strip. duction will produce any large
i amount of satisfactory rubber for
'," < ; coma years according to flovoriv-
NOTE-Complete directions' for various ment agencies. .'
.:. ,
- .' types of slipcovers will Hie found in SEW-
a:3"J In 1941,86 per cent of all travel by'
r ING Book 1. To get a copy send name Americans was in cars.
d ,j and address with 15 cents direct to:
i '; <\N WELL DOUBLE No gas! No cars! Ban on pleasure)
: ] driving brought a drop of about
OVER. THERE MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS 80 per cent in the passenger cars
Bedford Hills on the streets of New York City.
'" -' Jay walkers had a holiday In the
;;: OF SOME Drawer 10 automobile deserted main street

OF IT Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 1.
: I Five In a car Instead ol lost tio

-- '' : Name ....................... ....... driver 8 tires and are one saved passengermeansthdt,JU tho average of

" '. .J Address ............................. threo considered.cars to five The war amount plant of workersis rubber
.. in 8 tires is enough for 72 gas masks,'
;7 K: 'lot. or for Lie rafts and rubber life Jackets
; :, By ; for 8 piano crews.
. ; J. Millar Watt .

'.- !-; : ;. Capt. Kidd Virtuous

t :.'.
'T; Captain Kidd, whose name for
'; centuries symbolized vicious and

',, :-' :it, ruthless piracy, never was a pi

':- .::: :i, ,rom rate. He actually was a brave
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.:.: and patriotic English seacaptainof
: ;:t.' the 17th century who, through
' ., SEE WHIZZER! i FORGOT > I NEVER COULD WORK THESE villainous intrigue and circum- liFGoodrkh
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; O NOW SHE'S HALF v IT'S GOTTA BE DOME MU' They were hanged along the

'': WAY HOME! ? THAT& THAT! muddy banks of the Thames river
M / and for many years their skeletons
"" were left to creak and swing in
i 1 E ? 'the wind as a warning to passing Wife

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:::"' .. *I ellogg's Com Hates: alone or with fruit,
/ GH I supplement the nutritive elements of milk-: ...
make a natural combination that helps you:
Q PERFECTJOB. o. frWSW stretch your precious milk supply. You need
:'' : .' I WNU Features. l.ATER- ; less than a single glassful per serving. VitaminS
.. I f / Sjmfltmli. minerals, proteins, food energy-in
one dish! -

1M/"Jfp \
: : The colonel was lecturing a classof
- incipient officers. "A 40-foot flag-
pole has fallen down" he said. "You CORNFLAKES
have a sergeant and a squad of ten
men. How do you erect the flagpole
The candidates thought then of- -----.......-
fered suggestions about block-and-
tackle, derricks, and so on."You're Kellogg Corn Flakes are re- !JI 1.4' ';* i:4 11 11r1..1..1stored
Mr. Smith-The man who to WHOLE GRAIN NU ,iwt'I : --J f
all wrong, replied the "Man's original fall was brought TRITIVE VALUES of Thiamin
ries my daughter vim get a prize. colonel. "You'd about (Vitamin Bi),NiacIn and Iron.
say: 'Sergeant, get by an apple. 11111111N.......III111 INII MW 11
Prospective Suitor--May I see it? that flagpole up.' "Now it's always a peach."


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'Civil Air Patrol Has > :n its effort to carry- out its program 'New Simplification l Of 1| the slaughterer with a certification *and serviced through local cooperative I
: establishing the fact that the meat
and to assist with the many worthwhile organizations known as nation- I
civic" andVal' efforts whichit he acquires i!;>primarily for food fort""al farm loan associations.
Regulations Regular
Rationing '
Important Job at Sea has undertaken for the dura(Ton.j his family, and was produced from and future payments on loans, should ".,,-
j Attending the -meeting yesterdaywere livestock raised on the farm., 'l be made to the secretarytreasurerof
-- Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. P.. I Simplification of rationing regulations the local' association.
'( Palm Beach and Lake :M, Bishop, Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs meats will result from a new amend-, Farmers Lay Aside | .

"Worth officers of the Civil Air Pa- Frank Conkliug. Mrs. Deane Duff, I meat to the meats-fats 'rationing 01'-1 'I Hendry county's civilian population -' I,
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. H. R Over One '"
Urol :are featured in an Illustrated der -effective May 20, according to,' gain based on registration for "
"article by John Kobler in the May Mrs. H. A. W. Hedke, Mrs: E., E. Ian! 'announcement today by [War Ration Book No.: 2 is _estimated

issue of Saturday Evening Post. 'I Kelly, Mrs. R. Otto H. Knight Larsen, Mrs., Mrs.W. W.H.'Lanier 'Andrews I chairman of the Hendry For "Rainy: Days"1 at two tenths of one per cent. The
"The article relates that a CAP County War Price'and Rationing] I:J1940 I census gave this county 5,237
'L. Lott, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre ,
Xplsne: ; destroyed a German U boat "a Board. The question of custom' inhabitants and the 1943 Book No.. I ",,.
Florida"last L. McLendon. covered in the Farmer-borrowers in the Third 2 registration showed 5,249. :'
few( miles off the coast of slaughtering is fully .1
winter. It credits the CAP Mrs Z. G. Meredith, Mrs. J. A. amendment. I II j Credit District, which 'includes Florida "
Mrs. N. V,. S. Mumford, North
'with hostile submarinesaway Morrow, that Georgia Carolina, and
from coastal shipping lanes, Mrs C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. W. C. Owen, I The new regulations provide South Carolina, have "paid more i Buy More Bonds '
a farmer and his family may consume '
than 50 merchant ships, ''Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. C. M .Pirkle, than $1,135',000 into the Future I
:saving more meat raised on any farm he ,
Mrs. Gene Powers, Mrs. G. N.: Pitson, Payment Fund, according to Julian _
250 I
=assisting in the rescue of seamen I and transfer)I I
may II j -
owns or operates
adrift from sunken craft, and Mrs. G. B. Jackstraw, Mrs J.: K. : H. Scarboioigh, President of TheFederal
farms to another '
meat from of his '
giving information to the Army and Rogers, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. I without one ration points..I Land Bank of Columbia -
resulting in sinking by them Leah L. Spicer, Mrs. E. L. 'Stewart, giving up I I the unit of the Farm Credit Administration -
Navy ,Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs.. H. T. I However\ if the farm owner does, :that makes long-term farm r 1:4 !t r :, :
of craft.'Carden I II I
enemy must give
not live, on his farm he '
Mrs. R. C. Wilson and a
Vaughn mortgage loans. Nearly one-fourth
I I I tup ration points for the meat he con-
visitor, Mrs. Jack Schopenhauer.I Florida farmers..
Club Meets- Isumes off the farm, although he j Ykj I
I 'This fund-better known ,
I need not pay money for it. as the)' r
"Rainy Day" fund- was designed I
(Continued from Page 1) Elementary School Under the new'rules, farmers now I I by 'the Federal Land Bank to enable!! "

library, Mrs. W. Dean King; pub- are allowed to use custom, slaugh- farmers who have loans with the
licity, :Mrs. Gene Powers., tering facilities without surrendering -I r
Bank to lay aside funds to meet yR / 1x
Continued from Page 1)
Club the ( ration currency-as was formerly I
the Garden
On behalf of I installments on their loans during
retiring president, Mrs. Lanier, was J Robert Burkett, Sue Cornette, John required, .the board chairmansaid. I '
times when it'.is not convenient for
presented with a crystal bud vase DeValcourt, Evelyn Raven, Claire, "OPA recognizes that slaughtering -'I
them to meet their ,
in appreciation her year's work I Hedke, Claire Jones, Janice Magill, I done by person regularly I ments. pay-
with the club. I,Joan IMtzen Donald Stiles, Thomas engaged in the business, is generally 1
I Walton, Hilton Williams. I done under improved 'sanitary con-, "Farmers who lay aside this 'ne$t'I ..r
club members present gave i
ditions," Andrews\ pointed 'out. "Use egg' receive ,the same rate of intereat -,
-an enthusiastic vote of thanks to I John Himrod, Emma Jane Ezelle, 'I
I of these facilities will also result in compounded semi-annually, that::
Mrs. C. A. Martinez, who prepared I Helen Espenlaub, William Lee,
the delicious luncheon; and to 1\1rs.1 Nancy Powers, Joan Harris, Mary ja greater saving ,of slaughtering i j they pay on their loans," Mr. Scar-i I I i '
for her hospitality in Edith Sutton, Darlene Knowles by-pioducts for which there is now II borough explained. "We feel that
E. L. Stewart : I
the plan is doing and will I
la continue
and which meat
greater demand
offering her home for the meeting. James Westberry, Betty Barton 'II
I I to do a ,great deal in promoting the I
farms either to
Mrs. Lanier expressed her appreciation Jewel Drowning, Ann Prewitt, Harry! are not equipped anti-inflation "
I Vaughn, Gilbert' Stiles, Richard salvage or to market" I program.
for the cooperation of members Buy More War Bonds Today
of the club during her year asI I Knight, Jimmie Frazer, Bobby Bern- A farmer who acquires meat froma I Federal l land bank, loans are made: ,

president, and 'asked that they con :er,. Margaret Hiinrod} Dorothy Jean custom slaughterer without surrendering -I -- ---------

tinue their activities with the club Bartz, Christine Espenlaub. ration points must provide I JI

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