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: June 4, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Awards Made to Students I JURY VERDICT, NO I' Legislature Passes Bill

i Graduation. ,Exercises TRUE BILL AGAINST Creating Sixth DistrictMiss

,Ij' SUGAR' CORPORATIONAccording ,. '
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3" Father Talks To Principal Turk Attends Forsythe To Speak"At This County In District
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,; to a radio announcement -

. Graduates On .Youth'sRole j U. of F. Summer Term at three o'clock this, afternoon Community Church: Planned By Rep.

the federal grand jury in Tampa to-I I
E. L. Stewart
"no true bill" against i 1
day returned a
., .. I Miss Irene Forsythe, missionary
_: i. Professor and Mrs. R. W. Turk the charges of peonage on the part I -
of the Presbyterian Church to China,'
and daughter, Eleanor, are leaving I, of the United States,Sugar Corpora The redistricting bill introducedin
_ ". 1943 Five received members their of the diplomas Class ofl at this week end for Gainesville, where tion in Clewiston and against Sheriff I will be the speaker at the morning I the House of Representatives by

graduation exercises held in the Professor Turk has enrolled for the.Jeff Wiggins of Glades County. The I services at the Community Church Elbert L. Stewart of Clewiston was

g.. school auditorium Tuesday evening, summer session at the University Of!l two charges were not .connected in Sunday. Miss Forsythe visited Clew passed with one amendment and has

', two- chairs on the stage Florida.Mr. any way, but :were made at the same iston for several days last month ands i been sent to Governor Holland for
while empty Turk has attended the University time and came before the court at all who heard her were impressed i his signature. The amendment was
reminders to class-mates and
audience were of the two members of the for two summer sessions and I the same time.It 'I with her. as a speaker and with the to leave Hardee County in the First
attended one session at the Uni- that the which she brought. It is
was charged sugar message Congressional District it is.
class who already in the armed I as now:
services. are I versity of Ohio.' He expects to com- corporation had recruited laborers I understood Miss Forsythe will speak The original bill would have placedit

plete work and receive his Master's illegally and had forced them for three or 'four consecutive Sundays -, in the new sixth district.,

Receiving their diplomas'were degree at the close of the summer work on the sugar plantations to'1 i
The passage of this measure is a
Misses Marianne Jones, Dorothy
session this year. I their will. Specific;. charges
Knight, Gloria McDuffie and Car- I filed against M. E. yon Mach, head triumph for Representative Stewart,
Roland and Barnard Leiter. I as the matter of redistricting car-
men and
of the personnel
I LIBRARY RECEIVES ried so much dynamite that the last
Elbert Hooker and Kemper Bond, some'of the agriculture '
who are serving in the N. S. Navy, ; legislature argued futilely over the
will receive their diplomas by mail. foremen. > before I I question and adjourned without taking -
{ brought I
The charges were NEW GROUP BOOKS
Mrs. W. C. Hooker was present to REPORTED MISSING a, federal grand jury in' Tampa at the r any action.

receive ,her son's diploma Monday last term of federal court. there, but I The new district is carved entirely

night. I were dismissed because the box fromwhich OF VARIOUS, TYPESMrs. from the present first and second
I I districts, and leaves the third, fourthand
Father Timothy J. Geary pastor IN ACTION MAY 21 names of the jurors were I I II
of St. Margaret's Church, delivered : fifth intact. In the 6th district!?
,drawn contained only names of
the baccalaureate address. Choosing -I Hillsborough county residents and 'I'I W. Dean King, chairman of will be placed Broward, Charlotte;

his theme the" part which residents i DeSoto, Glades, Hendry, Indian
as Major Paul Irving Williams, of not names of of the entire Clew-iston l

youth must play in the winning of/I Norman, Oklahoma husband of the I federal district 'as is required by law. Public Library, has announceda River, Lee, Marion Okeechobee,

the-'war and in the securing of the former Lois Knight of Clewiston, is The new jury, properly drawn, has list .of books recently added to the I I Palm Beach and" St. Lucie.

peace to follow, Father Geary spoke reported by the War Department as considered the charges and has returned shelves of the library. The Senate defeated, 20 to 16, a

briefly and' forcefully to the grad "Missing in Action" since May 21, a "no true bill," which The group of eighty-one books 'includes -I' substitute plan by a group of North

uates. He outlined the Four Free- according to letters from Mrs. Wil- brings an end to the, matter.:. seven mysteries, twenty-nine Florida senators to create an agri-

doms, which the president has de- liams who-is now 'in Oklahoma with fiction, seventeen non-fiction and cultural district' composed of a

clared are the basis of those things her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. twenty-eight books for juveniles.A ;I j: group, of small counties extending
for which the United States is fight- I AIMS OF YOUTH ARE i I from Gadsderf County in West Florida
L. Williams.' ,book of ,twenty-five ,one-acti
ing, and added to them the necessityof down to Hernando and Pasco in
plays which there is royalty is
Major Williams has been in active on no
a permanent and workable peace. service since May, 1942,. having TOLD IN SERMON TOGRADUATING ( included in the group of non-fiction, Central, Florida and then passedthe
These, said ,Father Geary are, the houses-approved South Florida.
participated on five consecutive daysin books. There has been a demand
which should bear in 24 12.
plan to
points ,
youth :
the Battle of, Midway.: Later he for plays of' this type by several I

mind. 'served in' the Southwest Pacific under CLASS j groups in Clewiston Senate- approval was delayed for

Miss Marianne Jones gave the Lieutenant General George C. : The Jibrary' is open each Monday several hours of debate, including

Valedictory address and Miss Car- Kenny.He -- afternoon from 3 till 6, and on considerable e horse-play on the substitute

men Roland the salutatory address Members of the graduating class Wednesday and Friday evenings from plan. However, the law-
has been twice. decorated for
The class will, prophecy ,and history. heard an inspiring sermon "Press- 7' till! 9. All books except the new makers recognized the worth' of Mr.
bravery. ,On 10th Gen- '
were given Respectively by Dorothy September ing Toward the Markdelivered; by; rental books are loaned for a period = Stewart's plan and it was adopted
Knight Barnard Leiter and Gloria eral Kenny awarded him the Silver Rev H. C. Meador at the Baccalau- t:.
c I II: with the single change-; '
'o( tyro weeks. The rentals areo ,
". IVIcDuf'fie.? All students gave excel- .'Star for' his action in a bombing- jeateservices_ held in!, the .First! Bap ,
1 mission : na'weekly basis.. Florida has,' not been redistricted
,!,..,.i':::?7 ntperf. ormars.t_ ,, .. .,._. .,..' .L', over enemy: territory-J DurJ.ng -'I| tist Church here Supday' evening. The 'the list of,. I ,
J .-i ** p- *L :p Z ? .d .the flight..toward the target Major _.follqwing ., ... jiew since.it gained j .sixth j .seat ,in, the
The Rev Meador' took the phrase .. .
F" W. C. Owen, substituting for' JayW. books. : :* ,, -* ,horiise pf representatives"'vfcj: ,\ theL
Williams (then Lieutenant ** ***
" ) of Paul's letter to the Philippians,
: Moran, awarded the American '
found some of the equipment o'CJ his .t Fiction ,basis of ,the 1940_ federal census
1 toward and '
Legion medals to Gloria McDuffieand press urg- Doctor Journal and elected five congressmen
Hudson's! Secret last, year -
plane He left
was not working. the ed"the to
graduates keep that in theirI : '
Barnard Leiter as the girl and formation I by ,Lloyd C. ,Douglas.. by districts and the sixth-R,
and so maneuvered the
i minds, through of their
the course
boy in the senior, class excelling in plane to restore the Chapters for The Orthodox, by A. (Lex) Green of Starke--from the
as equipment to
I lives. He urged them to set a high I
scholastic attainments, especially Don MarquisEscape state at large. The new plan pro
proper functioning. He then ,rejoined life continue I
goal as their aim in and to -
American history, in general I Ethel Vance. vides district for each
cooper- his I ; by a congress-
comrades and! proceeded to the always' to press toward the<
Continued on 'Page 8) I Night Shift, by Maritta Wolff. I man.
} target and participated in the bombing mark, remembering that the race ot
0---- s The Prodigal Women, by Nancy
I life is not a short dash but a long I -

Many Housewives; Using His promotion to a Captaincycame distance run and that the individual Hale.Gideon Planish, by Sin lair, Lewis. Temperature Reaches 94'

in late December and in Jan- must train: himself for it and must

Hookers Point Cannery uary he was again decorated for ''I run it faithfully, and diligently if, he I Grand Look Cannon To The; Jr.Mountain, by L -I Rainfall Remains Low

gallantry. General Kenny awarded'is to reach the goal.
The Human Comedy, by WilliamS
him the ,Oak Leaf Cluster "For gal- The speaker urged the graduates I

'" .'. The Canning Unit, established at lantry in action over Dinakanau 10 make as' their worthy aims in royan. Although the protracted droughthas

" ,' Hooker's Point under the sponsor- Airdrome, Rabaul, New Britain, August life, the attainment of higher Christ- The Kobe, by'Lloyd C. Douglas. I been broken during the past ten

L. :'".- ship of M. H. Sharp, local supervisor -, 7, 1942, piloting a B 17E typeof ian manhood and womanhood living Mount Allegro, by Jerre Mangione. I days with showers, sometimes daily

-1'.: of rural war production training -)- aircraft which participated in a lives of helpfulness to others and! Congo Song, by Stuart Cloete. showers, there is still a great deficiency ,-
and other civic Interests has.! (Continued on Page Sj rainfall for, the 1943.
) bombardment mission over an enemy seeking the approval of God. The) of year

:, / :been in operation since the first off|/ held airdrome. Before the'forma-' sermon was a .!o'c'efut'mess ge which Up to June 1st the deficiency

',r' ,May. : (Continued on page 8) reminded the youths of their difficult J. B. Harrell Is Latest amounted to' 8.62 inches, and approximately -
;-11 .\ Approximately seventy-five housewives and important .part in the 8 inches of rain had
.1- have used the center, some of. world today. Volunteer In U.S. Navy I fallen since January 1st..

I them many times: in canning for II''Jim Maddox Appointed The church was beautifully deco The month of May had an almost

J future, use many varieties of garden rated for' the services. There was Benjamin Harrell, 17''I normal amount of rainfall but the

, !-. ?.: produce, which has been so abundant;. Chief Deputy SheriffSheriff 'special music by the choir of the year-old Joseph son of Mrs. Liza Mae Har- period of drought during the first
:1'; here for the past several weeks. I Ij of the great
church. The graduates occupiedpews rell, Clewiston, has been enlisted in four months year was so
i j, .,- Mrs. Dorothy Lowe is supervisor! reserved for them at the frontof the Coast Guard by Gunner H. A. that the total fall is still more than

j.* of the Unit and has been on hand to I Bill Maddox appointedJim the church their entry and departure Wessel district recruiting officer 8 inches less than normal.
;{: assist housewives in the of the Maddox as his chief deputy
use I as they marched in their recorded
and is now stationed at the CoastGuard The highest temperature
1 t canning equipment there. The sheriff, effective June 1st, succeed-
- can- caps and added to the solem- recorded Wednesday
training station, St Augus I in the vicinity was -
"J "ning unit is open every day and until ing H. H. McCall, who is engaged in nity of the occasion. tine. June 2nd, when the thermometers -
midnight for the benefit of those farming and stock raising. I I
Benbow Ritta Miami Locks
"' Harrell was provided transportation at ,
'.! whose time Jimited. Many ladies Deputy Maddox and his family, Higher Rating Given to Miami when found qualifiedand I I and South Shore climbed to 94.

. who are employed during the day I formerly of Felda moved Mondayinto his enlistment was completed at Clewiston was a little luckier and

i i' ; have taken advantage of the evening the jailer's apartment on the Clewiston Post OfficeBy the Miami recruiting station, 90 recorded its highest temperature 93

hours to process their vegetables.' third floor of the courthouse and he N.. E. Second Avenue.Seventeenyearolds. Monday when a heavy rainfall after

'; ":,, '. Varieties, canned are peas, tomatoes took on the job 'of' jailer as well as virtue of an increase in the ; and men between dark broke the heat.
: beans and beets and miscellaneous business handled at the local
deputy the post
two usually being com-
.. the ages of 38 and 45 are The rainfall for the week ending
;i other vegetables. Some;, bined. office, the post' office department
eligible enlistment. Complete The
for inches.
I Wednesday was 3.3
. Hi ,' meat was processed there before the has moved it forward another bracket
Jim Maddox (who is the sheriffs information can be obtained by heaviest rain was Monday night
.f. vegetable supply became so abun- elder brother) rounding out his in the rating second-class post Recruiting Officer, U. fell
was ing the writ-I when 1.26 inches in a short
dant. However, there will be no offices, it was announced this week
!. second term as county commissionerwhen Coast Guard, Miami. : time. On Friday also there was a
: other meat canned until after the by Mrs. Jewel L. Lawrence, acting
+ he accepted the job of deputy.He heavy 'rain of 1.03 inches. Showers
i.. vegetables are Mrs. Lowe ,
gone since postmaster,
:. j resigned, effective'as of 31,
May Built registering .86 and .15 inches fell on
'f finds that the equipment is in con- and The rating of second-class post of- Houses Being
Governor Spessard L. Holland : :Wednesday and Thursday of last
. j start demand for the processing of I 'fices has seven separate brackets I
appointed Asa Townsend, long time By Clewiston Firm week to bring the total for the
,tj!, garden vegetables which cannot bey resident of Felda to fill Maddox's and the Clewiston post office has week to 3.3.

- -.. postponed. unexpfred".terun.Commissioner. I I been placed in .the fourth bracket;
, !' ". The following amounts, all approximate it has made four advances since mov- Eight duplex houses are being
' have been processed at unoffic- ing into the second-class group., constructed in Harlem by Clewis- :

;f : the Unit in May: 284 dozen quarts: ially took office the first but will' Each post office in the country is Ii ton Homes, a 'corporation owned by WITH BELLS TO LOCAL w SCHOOL

'.II,- 140 dozen pints 1,000 Number 2,I not assume his duties until his bond'i rated at the end of each fiscal year,' R. M. Bishop and R. C. Wilson. Con- _Y

' and Number 3 cans.. The use of arrives and is approved by the county -I June 30th and is placed in the struction was started today on these The Clewiston school this week''

the equipment is free but many I board. classification to which its ,stamp houses which :will be similar in size' received a fine electric clock with

. people who have processed their I II sales, box rentals, etc. entitle and design to duplex houses already automatic attachments which sound
;. food there Thank Mothers Fori I It'l the bells simultaneously in all build-
have made donations of During the past fiscal year built in Harlem. ,

money and this is being used to I j July 1st, 1942, to :May: 12th, The houses will be for sale orl II ings. The clock and bells are the-

I purchase equipment for 'a permanent -i i School Decorations (the date for which figures 1943'1 rental and are located in Harlem:: gift of the Class of 1944.

unit. Most of the present made available) the local proper., i Principal Turk said the gift' is one

'v equipment Is borrowed. I I fice sold postage stamps ,to the It is understood that a Miami', of the most practical which the

Mrs John A. Stone "has very The mothers of the, members of I amount of 1506313. ) firm which has already constructed school has ever received. The
kindly loaned the Unit two kerosene the Senior class are responsible for During the same period 20,193! a number of homes in Clewiston under -, Junior class, seeing ,the need for the

""I'. stoves, which have been a the attractive decorations in the money orders amounting to ,$227-I defense priorities will soon begin equipment decided not to wait un

valuable help in the work of the auditorium on graduation night and 486.17 were issued and War SavIngs construction of another group In til their senior year to make the giftto

the faculty of the 'school wishes to Bonds of maturity value of:' Clewiston. The newspaper was unable -! the school. The'clock and bells,

J Unit.Mr.. Sharpe states that the_ Unit express appreciation to them for their 70500.00 were sold through the I' ; to' verify the statement this will be installed and ready for.'the

(Continued on Page 8) '__, efforts; Principal R. W Turk,'said- office. '- i I week. .' : opening of school in the fall.

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E XPENDABL E SUNDAY_ I Lesson_ Over battle the noiw pf

-trailing breezes
by L W.N.U.FEATURES : I The HAROLD ble of D D.
:, WHITE.... Of Moody Institute hicago. still 'bl w.
\ -- There trucks, (Released by Western Newspaper Union.>
kind of romance, no onto free Chinese soil. Over tHe. of
of "Running
story any air-
The graves
THE STORY SO FAR: would take us to the nearest
the Philippines matter how mild, was a real prob- ,
their part In the battle for to Chungking, and the soldiers
would fly
is being told by four of the five lem on Corregidor. About the best field, we four-motored American Lesson for May 30 :
that Is left down wherewe from there a flowers will
naval officers who are all place to sit was right plane would bringus Pitying
.,f Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 3. They were, at the tunnel's mouth. But ferry-command o
are Lieut. John Bulkeley (now Lieutenant the road ran right in front of it, and back to the States. lected and bcopyrighted crbytuInternationalCouncil $ro\J.
Commander), squadron commander; five minutes an army truck "Where was the flaw? We couldn'tsee permission.of Religious Education; used by (( :"{ ((Ann

[Jeu : R. B. Kelly, aecoad-ln-command; every tactlessly around the one, unless somehow it leaked
And Ensigns Anthony Akers and GeorgeE. would barge out. Besides myself, only four liv- COUNSEL V + r
sent to the curve.
Lieut. Kelly De-
Cox knew. They were
ing people
learned from Bulkeley was report-
Corregldor "Meanwhile TERED CHRISTIANS
nel hospital Captain Ray,
the wounded there how badly the war ing to the Admiral daily and was Long of our squadron, 0
naval chief of staff Colonel Wong, and of
big would ,
Cavlte, our he .
for us. plan-which
was going formulating a who' had LESSON TEXT I Peter 1:1; 2:11.25.
bate, was gone and our air force nearly talk over with me, as I was his course the skipper GOLDEN TEXT-Honor all men. Love
Wiped,out. While he was there the hospital second officer-for what we woulddo worked out ,every detail. the brotherhood. Fear God. Honor the WNU Features.
Ensign Akers Is tellIng there king. I Peter 2:17.Persecution .
was bombed. Manila when our gas ran out. We had "But before we left we knew -
some of his experiences damned little left, and the army would be plenty of action ahead for

fell. couldn't spare us any. us here, and I told Bulkeley I was for Christ's sake has DoublePurposeLaxative
\ crazy to get out of this hospital, been the lot of believers from the

CHAPTER V "Our first minimum plan was,, when to get we out got to and asked for his help. If they'dlet first century down to 1943. Sometimes Gives

down to our bombers me get back to duty, I'd agreeto it has been official, but more
Australia. The navy patrol anything-promise to soak my often unofficial, yet nonetheless severe More SatisfactionDon't
'Twelve hours before the Japs en had planted caches of gasoline
hand for so many hours a day-any- and trying.
tered the town I was sent back into among the islands like stepping- said just to get back be satisfied just to relieve your
The in which Christians
thing they
remnants. 1 the Admiral gave us manner
the condition.
Manila to pick up stones, and status. present constipated Meet
had just eighty gallons of gas to go their location. But the first step- even on a semiduty face their''' difficulties is one of the this problem more thoroughly by
miles-finally got back was Singapore, and the "So we staged it for the next best testimonies to the reality of toning up your intestinal system.
those thirty pingstone the ward doctor their faith. Sometimes For this Double-Purpose, use Dr.
with ten. A curious thing happened Japs were working their way down morning, when Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Laxative
during those closing hours; nobody the peninsula, closer and closer to would be dressing my hand at about however, in the midst of their trials Powder-an Intestinal Tonic Laxa-

orders to blow up the oil Could we get there first? Of the same time the head surgeon the enemy of their souls brings dis tive. It not only acts gently and
had given it.,
Maybe some of them be- we wouldn't leave the Philippines made his rounds. We tackled him.I couragement-and then they need thoroughly but tones lazy bowel
reserves. course muscles giving more satisfaction.Dr. .
it talk and he seemed to the counsel and encouragement of
made ,
longed to private companies; until all of our torpedoes were my Hitchcock's Laxative Powder
business man's had just enough gas waver. 'Tell this bird you need me, others. Sour
would go against a gone and we helps relieve Dizzy Spells,
grain to blow up good oil. Finally a "eft to make the final run. But I said to'the skipper. 'We,really do, Such was the situation when Peter Stomach Gas, Headache and that

little junior-grade naval lieutenant then, as you know; Singapore fell said Bulkeley, but just then Peggy whole addressed his first epistle to the dull sluggish to as Biliousness feeling commonly,when caused referred -

noticed it. He had no authority, but -, overheard and queered' the early believers who were scattered by Constipation. Use only as di-
he gave' orders he had no right to thing. 'Certainly not! she said. 'You abroad (1:1). His counsel was just rected. 15 doses for only lOc. Large

give, and presently the oil was blaz- can't let him go back, to duty with what they needed, and is equally family size 25c. Adv.

ing. I hear he got a Navy Cross for his hand wide-open!' That swung helpful to us. They were to be

doing it. him back. 'Duty!' he growled. 'Who I. Separated As Pilgrims (1:1; I

"I was in Manila about that time," said' anything about duty? Two 2:11 12). FOR QUICK REIIEF

said Cox. "A big air attack was go- weeks of it and you'd lose your
Christians are in this world but
ing on, although it had already been that whole arm. out thatif not of it. They are passing through,

declared an open city. For "I tried to argue-point wayfarers on their way to the eter- A Soothing Q A I If IE
reason I had gone in with the gunson the MTB's went out on a mission, nal dwelling place of God. That does ANTISEPTICUsed f* Lm U

my boat with their canvas,covers I could hold on with one arm as by thousands with satisfactory tersuits
that not inter-
for welfare reasons. Yet, open well as two, but Peggy had done it, not mean they are for 40 years-six valuable ingredients.
ested in the welfare of those'roundabout Get Carboil drug stores or write
city or not, the big air raid was on and now he wouldn't listen. them, ''or delinquent in shar- Spurlock-Neal ,Co., Nashville, Tenn.

streets deserted except for a few 'One of these days you're going ing the responsibilities of life, but
people running nowhere in particular to find an empty bunk,' I saia.
it does mean that they are to have
War Savings
like crazy, planes crisscrossingthe I was gloomy allthat next week, the pilgrim's detachment' from the -Buy
above. The big church, < 3a said I a fool. That
sky but Peggy was
things of the world and the flesh.
about, a mile from shore, was just there were plenty of well, fit meQ _
beginning to burn. In the harbor. /S to do my job. And that if I hadn't In the days of Peter, membershipin ,1M"" 1JIuJSu/?

i boats were burning and sinking on (I been so damned stubborn in the the church was not considered a
aches and pains tl
and ten-thousand ton- that hand normal or respectable thing. It
all sides-five first place, and had, got -
ners. But not a single shot was treated in time, I'd.never have come marked a person as belonging to a RHEUMATISMNEURITIS.LUMBAGO

,fired .at the planes-which came, to the hospital, and never met her, hated sect, one which was falsely '
down as low as five hundred feet." and she would never have been ableto accused of many evil deeds. 'a

"I had to leave all my spare uniforms break up my plan to get out, so Christians must meet such ma- 'f 1 RyN

in my locker there, damn it was all my fault! licious reports. How? By silencing

them," said Akers. "I hope none "She's always had that cute way their accusers by their good works.

of them fit." of seeming to storm at. you and II., Submissive As Citizens (2:13-:

,."Watching them take over made 1 ') dress you down, so that 'you endedup 18).,

you feel pretty sick," said'Bulkeley.. by grinning and couldn't stay 'One of the hallmarks of Christian
J 4'We finished and started home, Large Bottled ft {ui122-Small] Size 60c
mad at anything long. is and gracious
dawn and character willing IT III SOOD MOB STOKES it IT Mil II iicujt K lice
to get back before now it went along for another authority
"So recognition of proper McNEIL DRUG CO.,Inc.
then looking back at the fires over week, she leading me out for walks whether it be in the state, in the 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville,Florida

the water." Every time it' made us every day to get some of those thirty place of employment, in the school,

sore. pounds back, and then one day we or in the home. He does this for

.' New Year's Eve returned to find that Bulkeley had the Lord's sake (v. 13), and even MEDICATED Soothe itch i :of simple
c'It"was a "tough been by looking for me-said he was when that authority is in the handsof rashes WIth Mexsana,
for me, too, said Kelly, "becausewe formerly Mexican
going out on a raid that night, up an unreasonable man. POWDER FOR
less what was RelieveFAMILY
knew more or go- Powder.
tf to Subic Bay looking for a Jap This does not mean that the Christian
another rea- USE sh.heat rash.
Then there was diaper
ing on.
he'd waited hoping to. countenance
of the officers cruiser, that is to encourage or
Some army
son. but finally had'' to leave' but that he
take and
little New Year'sparty y me,. tyranny oppression,
throwing ,
were <
If Ihadn't the state and to his em- 'WNU-7 _
with the nurses that night, and "It set me almost crazy. is loyal to
had been out on that damned ployer, even though the present"representative -
,since this medical not the big
"Yet, open city or ,
been going with was just back from health tour with a pretty girl, I be a hard, unjust man.
Bataan, of course I knew where air raid was on. wouldn't have missed the raid! So In all well ordered society there

she'd be. and also the southern islands- here I was while my gang was up will be proper and effective means
with a cruiser, maybe to correct injustice. But in and i.
there tangling
| "Along in the evening after sun- Celebes Zamboanga. The route
set I walked out to the mouth of the with the cached gas was ,closed- getting killed, because the Japs through it all the Christian shows his
Subic Bay so thick with gun faith by his behavior. ,
tunnel and sat down, to watch the that plan was out. had
it almost suicide to go in. Observe that government, in the
of the old year die away.It that was
twilight said who wanted to
then we ,
"So of
had been a tough year, but the to Australia anyway? Our job "All that night there was no news. plan of God, is for the purpose the
And here go 5:30 'Any dope from keeping order, encouraging
one ahead looked worse. defend Manila Baywasn'tthat I was up at -
was I, useless for the war, in an was to our part in' the war plan? Yet the torpedo ,boats?'-still. nothing, good, and punishing the influence evil (vv.of
From off I they said Bulke 13, 14). ,The powerful
Hospital. away coming But at seven yes
army even then it kept up: sup- Church should keep it
could hear them playing the portableat the worst came to the worst ley had come back, managed to the it II
the officers' party, and I remembered and pose Luzon folded up-the whole ar sink a cruiser and get away, but in that right channel, or ',bring

how cute Peggy had looked in chipelago-even Java-what then? the other boat was missingprobably back if it has strayed. Always loyal

her civilian dress when she danced, lost." and obedient, the believer shoulduse
and that didn't help any. Pretty "Then Bulkeley here hit on a real i his ballot and his personal influence -

soon one of the other nurses I knew, plan. When our gas was down to "It was a job we did for the to establish and support
just what we could carry on our Lieutenant Bulke, government.III. .
Charlotte, came out and sat down Army, explained good
near me. She wasn't at the party decks, instead, of waiting around to ley (describing the historic attackof Suffering As Christians (2: 11\
get captured by the Japs, we'd take his P. T. Boat in Subic Bay men
{ because she had to go on duty soon, 19-25).
but that didn't matter, because her our boats to China to continue the tioned.) "A couple of Jap ,ships Christ is our "example" (v. 21).

boy friend had just been wounded war. At first glance you'd say that one of them an Imperial Navy auxiliary Since ,some have interpreted this

three days before, and she was worried was crazy-the Japanese coast-but holding cruiser with 6-inch guns had word and the statement "that ye

sick about him. most of the Chinese not been shelling our 155-millimeter should follow in his steps" as in-
had it
I noticed sitting the way the skipper thoughtout. emplacements on Bataan-blasting saved by our
"Just then someone dicating that we are
from the
down on the other side of me-I He knew China years them with heavy stuff. The major imitation of Christ, it is well to

turned and, by George, it was Peg- he'd spent out there on a gunboat in charge had been wonderinghow point out that this would be quite
while I was there on a destroyer. of them and had 1 IDi
gy. Not in uniform, either. She to get rid impossible. We would have to begin
was wearing that cute cool-looking "The Saps were closing in on phoned Admiral Rockwell, who gaveus where He began-He was with.

cotton-print civilian dress. Hong Kong-that was fine for us! permission to tackle the job. We- out sin (v. 22). But we have all

"I couldn't figure it. 'Didn't you We'd make our dash-shoot our last knew they were based in Subic Bay, "sinned and come short of the gloryof

like the party?' I asked. 'Wasn't few remaining fish at their gathered probably in Port Binanga. Subio God" (Rom. 3:23). We need a

it any good transports just where they least expected is on the west coast of Luzon, Just Saviour-not an example as far as

",'I don't know' she said. 'I didn'tgo an attack, and then head north of Bataan. I decided to send redemption is concerned.In .

to the party.' north toward_ the ,region, of Swatow. two boats-the 31 boat, which was the ever present problem oi '0 Out where our soldiers are attacked -

'Weren't you asked?' "Of course the Japs held that Lieutenant DeLong's, and the 34 suffering, we as redeemed ones do by mosquitoes that "zoom
but Bulkeley had workedout which was Kelly's, now com- He Zeros" and flies that "buzz
'Yes she said. 'I was asked. coast too, boat, have Christ''as our example. like
l' in the utmost Ensign Chandler. I went like bullets"tho Army uses
all manded by and without fault
an answer, sinless
But it was New Year's"you see, and who was of of FLIT and
hell of it. thousands gallons
in touch with in 'it for the of
He'd and suffering
secrecy. gotten along the shame
I though it might be nice here. bore other insecticides.So .
( "Not nice things happen Colonel Wong, the Chinese military "We tested everything-tuned the Calvary without complaint. When our can imagine how deadly
very many you
I to you during a war, but this observer. Wong had cabled Chung- motors, greased torpedoes, and got He was reviled He did not retaliate, FLIT will be when you"shoot"it
to investigate the vicinity. atnine o'clock, chugging He did not threaten household It
about the nicest that ever happened king under way ;: when He was hurt on common pests
was to then other tune.; Chungking cabled back that it could north along the west' coast of Ba revenge (vv. 22, 23), but was will- slays 'em as you spray'em!
me or
L any
be done. rough. We throttled judgmentin FLIT' has the AA Rating, the
It made me feel so good that between taan. It was ,very ing to leave the ultimate household
... the two of us, we managed to "They said the Japs held the Swa- down to thirty knots, and even the hands of God; who will have insecticides highest established by the for U. S. Bureauof

get Charlotte cheered up. She had tow region' thinly-at no point did then we were shipping water, but we the .final word. Standards. .
to go back on duty presently, and they go more than ten miles inland.So got off the entrance to Subic Bay We ought to do the same when we Buy a bottle of this

she managed to sneak us out a couple at an agreed time, and at an about half an hour after midnight. suffer for Christ's sake. If we suffer super-slayer-today!

1 of fairly cold bottles of Pabst agreed rendezvous on the coast, Here, according to plan, the two because of our own sin or folly,
} send raiding i DeLong in the 31 credit for bearingit
beer, to celebrate on. But Peggy Chungking would a boats separated. we can claim no
had been preparing. The island was party down to fight its way to the boat was to sweep one side of Subio patiently (v. 20). But when we FLIT .'
beach and meet us. and I the other. We were to well and then are persecuted -
on two meals a,day, but she'd man- Bay have done !
aged to hold back a couple of apples "There we would burn our boats- meet at Port Binanga, at the end. we have opportunity to I :1

and a whole box of marsh- now useless with all torpedoes ex- If something happened and we show whether our profession of be- eD'-.d :

mallows. That was our New Year's pended against Jap targets. The didn't meet there, then we were to ing followers of Christ really means ,

Eve supper; and I'll bet that yours, Chinese-couldn't hold that point long rendezvous at dawn just outside the- anything. At this point some Christians ,

wherever you had it, couldn't. have -but long enough to hustle us mine fields of' Corregidor. lose their testimony.
.tasted any better. through that ten-mile Ja -held strip (TO BE CONTINUED) I


I "

i ?? ASK ME ? A quiz with( C'.answers C. MhhhhhP-h offering?? Gems Thought y !&niIeIei whll Wy ,

THERE are two educations. )
J I ?i A NO TIlER information on various subjects ? teach us how to

make a living; the other how to

I f'.MMMMMhhhhhhhMMMMhMMhMhMMMhMMMMMMhhhhhThe live!-James Truslow Adams.

Questions under the flag of the United Statesof What does he plant who plants a That's Safest Sent the Scent
America? tree? "Doctor, my wife tells me thatI His teacher sent u note home with
1. The, solid part of the earth is 8. The liquor derived from sug- He plants the friend of sun and talk in my sleep. What shouldI Johnny asking his mother to give him o
called what? ar cane is called what? sky; do?" bath. The next day Johnny brought an
2. What American general is He plants the flag of breezes free; "Nothing that you shouldn't." .answer:
called "Blood and Guts"? The shaft of beauty towering high.BRUNNER. "Dear Miss Smith. When 1 send Johnny
The Answers to school 1 send him to be learnt and
What of U. S. sen- Some women walk to reduce; be
3. proportion not to smelt; he ain't no rose"Added ,
, ators is elected every two years? 1. Lithosphere. Far and away the best prize some husbands are reduced to
2. George S. Patton Jr. that Life offers isto work hardat walking. 1 Weight .
4. What type of song is a bar-
3. One-third. work worth doing.Theodore Visitor-Sonny, what's the noise
carole? 4. A boat song. Roosevelt. Not Too Good upstairs?

5. What is a plexis? 5. A network of blood vessels or Who can compute the worthof "Do you think you could learn to Sonny Ma's dragging pa's

6. What is meant by carte nerves. character enriched by love me?" pants across the floor. -
blanche? 6. Full powers. faith, self control, brotherly "Possibly; but wouldn't you hateto Visitor That shouldn't make
first President 7. Martin Van Buren. an that much noise
7. Who was the kindness, and love? think you were acquired ?
of the United States to be born 8. Rum. taste?" Sonny-I know; but pa is in 'em


To Be Sure It's Simple uncle PISz55 NO ASPIRIN
'Bluebird' Kitchen Towels I
I r Gay '
With the Mans Hat Off! can World'slargestselleratl0 do more for you so why.36tablets20 pay more?

100 for only 35 Get St.Joseph Aspirin.Man's !
-. r are quick to do-and how they A woman entered the photogra- :

brighten up the kitchen! Match pher's shop and addressed the pro-
> them to the general color scheme. prietor thusly: "I want this photograph Crime
of my husband enlarged. THE trouble about seeing both' War is not an act of God., but a
think of a question is that both crime of man.Hull.SHAVE .
Now do can
t Pattern 7492 contains a transfer patternof you you
:, VV 6 motifs averaging S',4 by 7'i! inches. ; the hat? I do not like it on him." sides go for you for being on the
stitches list of materials needed. other.
\ The photographer carefully stud-
.::*" Due to an unusually large demand and ied the portrait for a time. It's true that you can do almost
current war conditions, slightly more timeis
f.'.,?' required in filling orders for a few of "Yes," he said at last. "I thinkI anything you desire to do; the I Ipo1A1D
?: the most popular pattern numbers.To can manage to fake the hair all trouble is making yourself desireto
/ obtain this pattern send 16 cents in do it.
to YIp
{ right. By the way, l
coins to:
tell me on which side he parts his It may not be possible to find BIG T

Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. hair. I must know that." the perfect girl, but there's a lot ; ? Oniae s. Flavors

82 Eighth Ave. New York The woman thought, for a -moment of fun in the hunting.

Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to then said: "Oh, I just can't Well, we've certainly got the right ma. 1
cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo. remember, but you'll be able to terial for making a new world. The old- "

............... see that when you take his hat one was fashioned out of chaos. with SHELBY,

Name ................................ off." The man who sits down to wait

Address ............................. for Opportunity to' appear should, ; .
put a good cushion in the chair. pk1J
Blind Enabled to Weigh SHARPER
,A compromise is what two peo- BECAUSE
Articles on AudioScaleA ple arrive at to their mutual dis
Crops and Stock Thrive satisfaction. '. THEY'RE
On Most Northerly Farm new instrument known as the When you have a bad neighbor,
double edge
-- "audio-scale," which enables the one who just doesn't get along ortmgUcdgt4forlC

blind to weigh small articles with you despite your every ef-
The Norilsk State farm, a Soviet even
fort doesn't it rather ()
agricultural enterprise, stands on accurately by sound, has been ,. reassure you
the 70th parallel, in the midst of a demonstrated at the American when you find out that he quar- Manufactured and guaranteed by

desert region, in the zone of, eter- Federation for the Blind. rels with all the other neighbors, FccUral Razor Blade C... N. Y.

nal frost. ,There the Arctic night too? I
The idea
was suggested by Miss
lasts for nearly two months. Thereare
Evelyn Watson, a blind woman.
... frequent heavy blizzards, when Stopping a HelicopterWhile
r The instrument, which can be attached RHEUMATIC PAINNud
the thermometer drops to 60 degrees -
to any type of weighing ma-
below zero centigrade. chine the net Spill year Day-Qil tftir It low
operates on aeroplane a motorcar traveling at Don't off C-2223
put getting to relieve
Potatoes, cabbages, onions, car- radio beam principle, giving out a 50 miles an hour requires 110 feet pain of muscular rheumatismand

rots and sugar beets are grown different note for each different to,come to a full.stop, a helicopter other rheumatic pains. Caution:
',< successfully in the open fields of weight.: It will open many new flying at the same speed requires Use only as directed. First bottle

r_ 1" 7492A this Arctic farm. Tomatoes, cucumbers fields for the blind- in" war indus- .only 100 feet. to come to a stand- 60c purchase. and price$1.00. TodaynbuyaC22SNAPPY ..1
and spinach are raised tries. still.
FEW cheer-up notes make 28 hot-houses. An experimental

4: i housework more fun! Take, sowing of melons has yielded encouraging _

for instance, these busy little,blue- results. Modern Curtains to Make Your Bay : FACTS

birds to embroider on towels. They Livestock thrives on the farm, ,

and is rapidly increasing in num- Windows Appear More AttractiveEXTENDER ABOUT
ber. There 133 all bornin
are ,cows, I
this Arctic region. A subsidiaryfarm ing between windows made the
-= houses 200 pigs of pure Yorkshire ALLOW CURTAINS bay seem like a coop stuck on the rifjRUBBER. .
COVER WALL outside of the house. Many home
Last year the possibility of grow- owners had the bays removed be
ing oats for fodder was dem- i cause, while they actually added .

onstrated by the yield from an ex- space, they made rooms seem When our present synthetic
When making berry pies, mix perimental planting of 60 acres'. small and cluttered. program B.F.Goodrich has official materialized predictsthe a
with the fruit measurement for resultant rubber surpluswill
one pie about two tablespoons :fine Today curtains are hung to cov- cause one of the most
er both wall and woodwork around It. serious post-war marketing
quick-cooking tapioca to make a problems.Whatto do with the
clear thick juice that should not the individual windows in the bay. huge stocks of synthetic and
run out during baking and that will Fight the Forgery Racket! ,This brings the group of windows natural ingenuity rubber of manufacturersand will test the

serve neatly. BY FRANK J. WILSON together as a unit and makes 'the sales executives.A .

e Chief, United States Secret Service HOOKSsuvvoaT bay seem a broad and spacious substitute for rubber adhe-
To mend small holes in window ""' sive tape is being sought.Thousands -
HEADING part of the room. The sketch at of pounds of this tape are
screen, put a piece of mosquito being used to plastic
the right shows a standard fixture protect
netting over the hole and coat it \\ E HAVE learned that check windows are much in vogue airplane glass in transit to air-
: that allows curtains to extend be-
thieves steal other mail to
with varnish. When dry, apply an- again. One reason for this is plane
help them establish identificationwhen yond the window frame; but don'trush Seventy-threopercentof the
other coat or two. that modern methods of hanging
e they try to cash forged curtains make bay windows more out to buy new rods. ,The plants 14O.OOO In 10 workers states of go 94 to war and

Buttons on a woolen or knitted checks. This article is intendedfor attractive than they used to be in chances are that your old rods from work by private automo-

coat sometimes tear away from storekeepers who payout the Gay Nineties when they werea may be extended over the wall if biles.of the Nearly cars used three-quarters by these

the material, leaving an unsightly money for government checks. feature of so many houses.In you wire them to hooks or'staples workers have tires more than
half worn out many of them
hole. To prevent this from hap- Before you accept any govern- those old houses tine vertical at the upper corners- of the win- unfit for recapping.KFGo0 .
pening, place a small button on ment check, ask yourself this ques- lines of woodwork and wall show- dow frames.
tion: "If this check is returned
the side beneath the
wrong larger e *
button because of a forged endorsement,
sew two to
NOTE-If you are planning. new ,curtains -
can I locate the and
gether.. recover you will want a copy of Mrs. Spears'
S S my loss? booklet that Illustrates twelve different
Save worn-out garden hose to be A government check is good only I Dog,Parachutist I styles of curtains with directions for make

cut into pieces for looping up vines when it is properly endorsed by ing them; including a simple homemade

',or holding young trees in posi- the person to whom it is issued.If Of the several dogs in the rigging for draw curtains. Ask for BOOK
army 1, and enclose 15 cents with name and
tion. Thread a piece of wire about you pay your good money for a air corps to be awarded silver address to:
: six inches longer through a cut government check which bears a wings for making five jumps froma

I ; piece. After looping about the forged endorsement, you are the plane, the best known is "Max," clrjch
branch or small tree, draw ends of loser. MRS. RUTH WYETU SPEARS
a boxer owned by the 505th Para- Bedford Hills New York
wire firmly together and fasten by Remember'-,don't hesitate to chute battalion at Fort Benning, Drawer 10

bending over each other in oppo- question a stranger who asks you Ga. So far, Max has jumped eight
Book No. 1.
Enclose 15 cents for
site directions. Slip the fastened to cash a government check. It's times,. wearing a special harness

wire ends forward into the hose YOUR money that's at stake, and with a large chute that is openedby Name ..............................

and adjust so that the opening most forgers are usually in a hur- a static line attached to the rip Address .............................
out of sight. ry. Questions make them nervous. cord.


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came out our. representative' ElbertL. Patterson, who is home for his first :District Island Drainage and the District Receivers will of, Diston INN )TION: 30: The North Half \si"'( .

The Clewiston 'News I I enteirng service. Bob ning at 2:00 o'clock P. :M. on' begln-\\ IN .SECTION "
is a strong proponent; of furlough 'since :! 33:. All North of 3 : \1 "
Stewart, \
Sill Oklahoma., day of June, A. D. 1943, at the mile canal less R. R. Rwy; !i, -.'
stationed Fort ,
hoot at
brim fishing and doesn't care a is Courthouse in the City of Moore Haven IN SECTION 34: All north of 9 mllcr
I il
He wants pole i Florida, offer for sale, subject tOI canal;
about bass fishing. to date of sale, r
redemption prior the IN SECTION
published Florida, by cvery the CLEWISTON1eNEWS, fishing to maintain its amateur .NEW ARRIVALMr. / following described 'lands, the 't Ves to'1' lit Ilendry 35: All County; :
; I
bill 'was introducedin which Is vested in the Board IN TOWNSHIP FORTY-THREE. .
Inc. status. When a pervisors of Diston Island DrainagetDistrict (43) SOUTri, RANGE THIRTY-THREE .. .
the legislature to allow fisheimen and Mrs. Tracy ,Stone an- by virtue'of the said land hav-l (33) EAST: .,, .,I
BOWDEN Editor at a time without the arrival of 'a daughter ,at ing heretofore been sold for taxes and ''IN SECTIONELEVEN '' ,
KEATHLET to use three poles nounce having outstanding certificates against (11) All '. V,\I
North of 9 mile I
d -- having to pay a commercial fishing the Clewiston Emergency Hospital I the same' that have been outstandingfor SECTION canal ,;
of 7 who The baby weighed more than two years all lying arid INM ( of 9 TWELVE (12): All -' ;.
license, Stewart was one I Friday, May 28. being in Glades and Hendry Counties. mile canal except the '.
opposed It. The news story says 6. pounds 3 ounces and has been Florida and more particularly described West(E4) Half of the(W1 West) of Half the East Half I. ''l. "
matter (W1of
Entered as second class the Pest Office In "Solemnly, It passed 59 to 7. Opposing named Wanda Renee. as follows: the Southwest Quarter (SW?ii and ':
1927, at I ,
February Holland I I' In Glades CountyIN except the West Half (Wl ', '
Florida, under the Act of It Bailey, Dowda, .. ) of the- ; .':
Clewiston were
East Half
TOWNSHIP : FORTY-TWO (42) (EI,2) of the. Southwest ; ,
(March 3, 1897.Subscription I, ,- Smith of Polk, Stewart of,I MRS. JESSIE LEE ELLIS; SOUTH, RANGE THIRTY TWO (32) Quarter (S\V O; 1.i;
Stewart of -- -- .
Hendry, ,I In Section Twelve (12), the following (43) SOUTH, RANGE THIRTY-FOUP j "
Rate $2.00 Per Year. of Lake." ,Mrs. Jessie Lee Ellis, wife of T. Tracts: I (34) EAST'I i
be Tracts 1 and 8;; IN SEVEN (7): All that i:
Advertising Rates On Application. We'll bet _Elbert: Stewart will R. Ellis and mother of Mrs. John North 12 Acres of Tract 2; f part which lies North of the & !i
glad when he'can get back to the Blmore, of Clewiston, died Satur- Lots 1 & 2 less a strip 165 feet E mile- canal and West of the Coun- 7
&. W by 44 ft. N & S in SW Cor. of I ty Highway; '.rAnd
advancement and wel- I Glades and rest his one fishing pole day in ,a Key West .hsopital follow'iug Lots 1 & 2 Geo. .and Gram Sub., of such 'part or parts of the above 1
Devoted t6 the in the water along the banks of ,the a long illness._ Tracts 5 & 6, described land as may _not be redeem 'f,
tare of Clewiston and Hendry County.NATIONAUDgOR& WH of Lots 3, 4, And 30, I en on or before the date of sale above t
I canal. Funeral services were held at the N>,fe of \ '/ of Lot 7,.- I shown. .
I' EV> of Lots 7 and 8, > '
-- Alva Methodist 'Church Tuesday Redemption of any part of the above

t I I .....................................................................................'.........'...............I morning with the Rev. Jones of- :All Ali Lots Lots, 25 10 to to 29 23 inclusive inclusive,' -... flee described of the lands Clerk'may of be the made Circuit in the Court of ;

r ficiating. Interment was in the Fort All Lots 31, 32, 33, 36. Geo. and of the county In which it is situated
j Gram Subdivision of Tracts 5 &..6; on or prior to 2:00 P. M.' 'tl
I t I Myers cemetery with the LawrenceA. Lots 37 and 38 in Geo. and Gram day of June,' A. D. 1943, by on payment the 11th of
IH Powell Funeral .Home in charge Subdivision of Tracts 5 & 6 being In- the amount doe for taxes, interest and
rn WithOur tended to describe all land in said penalties and costs in the
:i ,manner, pro-
of arrangements. subdivision lying on the land side of vided by law.
the established meander line and
1 north of Lots 1 and 36; Any sale will be for an amount, and
IN Section Thirteen (13),. the fol- upon terms to be determined by the
More Bonds lowing Tracts: Board of Supervisors of said District.
Boys Buy All South and West .of A. C. L. I,I but in no case will sales 'be made for

........................:..:..:..: Rwy in Tracts 1 and 2; less than the total amount of said
;:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : : : : : : : : : : : -- -- District taxes levied and assessed upon
All Tracts. 3, 4; 5. 7 to 28 inclusive I such land for the last two
30, 31,' 32, 34 to 38 Inclusive 41, 43, years
; prior to. the date of the. sale. thereof
theService XOTICE OF COMPLETION OF BUD- 44 47 to 52 inclusive less W life ,
in ana costs
RAMBLINGS. GET AND: MEETING OBJECTIONS FOR PURPOSE AND Acres of Tract 52, 58 to 63 inclusive together with accrued all on interest said ,two penaltiestaxes. years 1
NVof Tracts 29 and .53. W% of At least that portion of the
COMPLAINTS Tracts 42 and 45, and West 2 acres
By: B. B. I purchase price equal to that part of :
t -- of Tract 64; said taxes levied forthe last two

1 .. .N..:..:N:..:N :.NcN TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: IN Section Fourteen (14), the following for maintenance purposes must be years paid
:N:N:NN, :N:N MAN N:NN.N :N- i Pursuant to' Section 3-A of Senate Tracts in cash and the Board of Supervisors
Bill No. 835 relating to Everglades East 2 acres of W'/fc of Lot 1; have in their discretion determined
day Drainage District 'passed by the Legislature West 1.914 acres of East. 3.914 acres. to accept in payment or for part pay-
Someone asked me the other I of the State of Florida at ita of \V of Tract 1; ment 'of the balance of the purchase-
happened to this column. I i 1941 session the Board of Commis- N1of Tract 7; I price thereof any obligations of the:

what had leisurely ob- .... .. -..-..- .... _.._ .... ......... .._.NR.. :..-::. sioners of Everglades Drainage Dis- All Tracts 14, 15. 20, 23,- 27, 30, 31,34. J District, bonds accrued interest thereon '
Well, ,Ramblings is the : :NN: :N: : :NN: : N N ,1.; ;M M M I trict has caused to be prepared a bud- to 39 inclusive'42 to 51 inclusive; or past due interest coupons of the
servations on things that.'happenand I get showing the debt service require- In Section Twenty-two (22): All District. The right to reject any and
and it's ments of the District during the year East" of 3 mile canal; .' -all bids is reserved, and we will require -
things that don't happen, Mis. Doke sent in a Serviceman'ssubscription beginning on the 1st day of next November IN Section ,Twenty-three (23):' All; that cash portion of the purchase
& lot of fun to write. We have at $1.00 per year for I and ending on the 31st day of IN Section Twenty-four (24): The price shall be, paid to or deposited with
but it just I the succeeding October, and the same West Half (W1. ) ; and the NWtf, the District"within ten (10) day
missed writing it, too, her husband, who is now Private M. has been placed on file In the officeof of the NE&; after acceptance of bids and that the
happens that there has been little C.. Doke In the Medical Replacement the Secretary of the District, at In Section Twenty-five (25): ,The balance of purchase price shall be paid
comingsand Room 1107 Biscayne Building Miami, West Half (W) I within thirty (30) days after such ac-
about our Grant ;
is leisurely at Camp ,
that Training Center Florida, where the same may be examined In Section Twenty-six' (26): All: ceptance. Deeds in form similar to-
goings or even our thoughts .for II Illinois. The group that Doke wentin and this is to notify you that In Section Twenty-seven (27): All those heretofore given for similar I
said Board will meet at said place on I Fractional E% of E sales will be'..delivered after Court
weeks. settledin /fc: i
the past six with is just now getting the 14th day of June. A. D. 1943, at In Section Thirty-four (34): Frac- approval is obtained. Such deeds will
"It never rains but it pours" has 'camp after recruit training, and 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon 'of said ; tional NE'i of the NE1A J I be made e subject to" Diston Island i
day, (being not less than fifteen days Drainage District taxes for 1943 and
In Section Thirty-five (35)All:
often turned out to be a true adage, we, hope and expect to hear more from the date of the first publication North of 9 mile canal; subsequent years and to all other
and this is just another instance of fiom them and about them from hereon. hereof) for the purpose of hearing ob- In Section Thirty-six (36): All West taxes, tax liens And assessments'whether -
sick the jections and complaints with respectto Half' (W1h North of 9 Mile Canal: past due, current or future.
has been ,
that.' The boss 'said budget. IN TOWNSHIP FORTY-TWO (42) By order of the Board of Supervisors -
manpower situation, the domestic S (SEAL) SOUTH, RANGE THIRTY-THREE .of Diston Island Drainage DistMcL' -

help 'situation and the weather have Bill Davis' paper goes to him at EVERGLADES BOARD, OF COMMISSIONERS DRAINAGE DISTRICT OF (33)IN EAST SECTION: 7: Tracts- 1, 3,, 5,, and (CORPORATE. SEAL) .,. i

combined to make it as hard as pos- Parris Island, S. C., where the Ma- By :MARK R.. TENNANT, 6; J. E. FRIERSON

sible. While we realize that there'llbe rines all .take their' boot training.It's ATTEST: Chairman. IN SECTION 18: All _Tracts 1 to 9 G. H. WILLIAMS,
along like this at least By K. M. Throop inclusive Tracts 10, 11'and 12; \ R. Y. PATTERSON,
troubles chosen
a tough course you have Secretary.No. North and East of A. C. L. Rwy; Members of the Board of -
for the duration of the war, we are for yourself, Bill, but ask any Ma- 115-May 28, June 4-Demo HCN 'All Tracts 25 to 31 inclusive; Supervisors of Diston Is i
that the worst is IN SECTION 19: The East Half land Drainage District.,
devoutly :
hoping rine whether he'd swap into another (E1,2): ".
over branch of the service, and you'll find NOTICE IN SECTION 27: All; JAMES E. BEARDSLEY,
,*. IN SECTION 28: All less N%, of theN I JAMES :M. COUSE,
i I[how they feel about it. % of the N% of the NW'i and Co-Receivers of Diston Island .
It has its humorous side, too -I ILike Notice is hereby given that ,under less NJ of the, S% of the N of I Drainage District. >
and pursuant to the provisions of the N1h of the NW'i; ATTEST:
the morning when the breakfast A friend of James A. Duncan sent Chapter 13,626, Laws of Florida, Actsof IN SECTION 29: The East Half I I.T. :M. COUSE

eggs didn't have a bit of appeal, subscription for him, this week, '1929, as amended and other applicable (E1h) of the' Southeast QuarterSE Secretary of Diston Island ,.
tin a Florida Laws, the Board of .
: ( ;) of the Northwest Quarter I Drainage District.
and we realized dimly that we'd' ac too It's the first we've heard of Supervisors of Diston Island Drainage (NW ): No. 113-May 14,. 21, 28. June. 4. _.
:tually eaten eggs for four meals tills soldier, who is with the 324th -- -, j
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Straight. Since then we've paid Fighter Squadron at the Army AirBase

more attention to the business, of in Richmond, Virginia.

meal-planning. Even if hard work
i *
appetites, a I
does bring enormous
little variety is to be desired. (Lest i Junior Waters writes a card. ; Just A'-

you feel too sorry for the family, a line to let you know .that I' have

they didn't have eggs 'all that time.) "changed addresses. I don't want to

We also awakened one morning miss any of the papers because it .

to the fact that the cook whom we is just like sitting down and talk

had three weeks of the time and for ing to folks back home. So I would\

appreciate it greatly ''if you would
whom we were blindly grateful,
of sugar shortening send, the paper to me here." And .
cooked us out I x
the new address is Hobbs, New -
coffee, and red points.. And the < ,',. .
from Heaven didn't surprise Mexico. I / .
manna 1. fJ ''' -
the people in the Bible any more Pic t' :',;' .

than did-the gifts of I .,:Jimmie Hines writes from Shep-I I .,.

1. a sugar coupon. pard Field, Texas, that he has, com-j .'.;; ', .' '

2. a coffee coupon. pleted A and M School and has sign- ,.; .'.
3. 16 red points.not ed up with a combat crew on a E-17. : ..

to speak of pie, hot rolls, '_sal- His post will be tail gunner and as- "'oj- ,

ads, chicken,. watermelon, casse- sistant crew chief. The men will .,"

roles, and the like. There's nothing I train with their' own group and .. ....., ,'

like loyal friends .to rally round ship before leaving for the combat : !

you when you're in a jam, and one zones. Jimmie says "Maybe I'll get ::: ::" .

can only say "thanks' a million." a chance yet to even up the -score- 67t'o I
with' some of those Japs. t

The most leisurely thing in our *

life lately has been that 'trip back
Bud first letter from / L
and forth to Moore Haven at 35 l 6

miles per hour. There's an old 'owl I abroad was received by Red ,and :
,Ruth Vaughn this weeks and made
to which became much at-
we very }T1 ,
smiles their faces. .
tached. rail- the come back to .
For days he sat on the \ .
Bud is in
England-the place they
Ing ot one, of the bridges along the
all would be. He IU ;
were hoping he d\
way and glared at us most. solemnly '
had just arrived when he wrote and
each evening. Then one day he disappeared ,
didn't have much to except that 4 ,
and we wonder what say ::- -

tragic fate oveicame. him.Despite I all]] was well]] and he was somewherein T1 fr -" ,.... .,
England, hoping'to run across r., : .

the government's requestand I Morris Fold. Also in England are I

the state highway department'sorder others he might run across- No 1000 times I The not be as handy or attractive as you're. .
concerning the rate at which strange things are happening in this I no, a no package may ;
I war. Among them are Joel Keene
we must all drive on the highways, 'j
we found that when we stayed ,at 35' who is 1st Lieutenant or Captain used to, but the quality.of \

now, and Herbert Blate, Sergeant in
miles' hour that .V
per every car came
In sight passed us, some of them at the Quartermaster Corps. All ate

quite 'a lively clip. We watched the formerly of Clewiston and a cl "wis-: I

license tags and decided that the ton face would look good to any of : DAVIS'ofBa/fthzorePAINTS' >1

them that far home. .
farther they were away from home: from I
"*". I
the faster
they ,drove. .
*' We've read a magazine article 1 The keep home ;
is just as good as ever. government urges you to your
The boss :was put to I bed for a about Radar-that important new .:

,period of six, weeks, and the sentence -i development in radio work that '

will be ended this week_ end. I ranks in mystery right along with well-painted and you can still do so without sacrifice in quality,. :;, ;

He was very patient the first two the Norden bombsight. That is the

weeks, very impatient the next two, secret radio work that .J. D. Hooker I I
critical materials to .j '
without using necessary war. ;
and the dictionary didn't have ade- has been studying' up on at the .: _

quate words to describe his' disposition Navy's_radio school in Jacksonville.J. r J

the last two. However, we I D. did so .well with it that he is -. t' .
'. . .
.. must admit he's been an excellent remaining on at the school as instructor. ,

patient and has made it as easy as We hope that means he'll -.
possible for, everyone concerned. A have time off for visits. home 'n wand '\ -,

telephone at his bedside made It only then. -

too easy to bother him with the ,*. .* pt,rA1Hr PlrpD BISHOP-WILSON LUMBER COMPANY : :
thousand and one questions that no Miss Jessie Maloy, Clewiston's lone ,

one but the boss can decide. Despiteit representative in the 'WAVES, has

all he's gotten through in grand completed her basic training at Hunter Clewiston Fla. ; '

shape, and it is a happy day for us College in New York, and has Phone 88 ;

all that the end is in sight. been assigned to duty in Washington -
D. C.'S .. -'
Just in case some of you didn't .

tee it in the daily papers when It I The lucky one this week is Bob -


I enter summer session at the. same I''esting i report on the recent pcsby..l RATIONING Stamp 18" in Book One will be*

school. terial meeting in St. Cloud. come'yad'! for a pair of shoes on

The Society will continue to meet CALENDARTo June 16. "

-. I L Personals J Miss :Mary Neeley has left for her each first Tuesday during the summer Red ,stamp J (meats and fats)

home in Lake Worth to spend the months. The meeting, will 'be --- will be valid throughout June. Red

1; : summer, after completing her second held in the Red Cross surgical l'elicl'etaile'l'S of an' "end- stamp K becomes valid May 30.

year teaching, in the local high i iI dressing room and will be devoted of-the-month" buying rush, OPA

, 31rs. Mary Small was a business 'school. Miss Neeley has accepted a'' entirely to making surgical'dress-I made blue stamps, G. H. and J (processed -I I ---

,. visitor In West Palm Beach :Friday. ,(position teaching in Lake Worth I I ings for our armed forces. i foods) good through -June 7, FOR RENT
,'next year. .. I Hostesses at yesterday's' meeting J!and made blue stamps K, L and M I: 3-room

-- were Mrs. Conkling, Mrs. Bigg and''',valid beginning May 24. With all 'apartment with:
: I
.5"; .: Mrs. E. S. Riley and son, Bobby, t I
j} : ', have returned from a visit in Miami. i Miss Edythe Nell Cornette, who Mrs. 'G. H. Brown. these stamps valid during the two- I bath.

.....1"-. __ i(has just completed her junior yearat Attending :were Mrs. F. E. Conk- week period ,between these dates, I
1 ., Miss Martha Nell Alston was a Florida Southern College in ling, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. M. OPA provided an "overlap"] period cou-ple.

} business visitor in Tampa this week. Lakeland, is spending a short va-. W. Bigg, Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs. which is expected to avoid congestion i I

i : '" .. -.- ': cation here with her parents, Mr. and. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. John A. Morrow, and make marketing easier, for both ''t .
t' Mr. and Mrs. George VanHyning Mrs. E. M. Cornette. Miss Corne e'!' 1\1rs. dart E. Johnson, Mrs. H. R. buyer and retailer. I:I .

I were business-visitors:. in Fort. Myers ,erects to return to Lakeland to 'i i HaJJ and Mrs. W. L. Lott. -' Meat stamps and the sugar and -
: Tuesday. I'l I attend the summer sessions at the i coffee stamps will still]] expire May FOR SALE,
i- .
i I college. I BAPTIST SOCIETY TO MEET'AT 30 and 31, respectively. The next ,

1 Miss ,Jane Mitchell and Miss, I ';. CHURCH ON TUESDAYi ] coffee stamp (24) will have to last Good Income Property
Bertha Gram of Moore Haven spent I I Ensign Harvey Schian of the i;I ----:- I II only one month, instead of five

Friday In Clewiston. '!United States Coast Guard was the]I Baptist Woman's M"is .iOIl:1.r-1(I weeks. 'Sugar stamp 13, becomes Nine room house Ven-
I I guest of Mr. and 1Irs.1.. E. Von Society will have its' regular valid June 1 and will be good for on

,.;"" 1 Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez are Mach and family Wednesday. Ensign I ly business and program meeting at]I five pounds, of sugar through. August Avenue. Five
I tura
i it&> spending their. vacation in New. Oilcans ''I $chian, whose home is in' Detroit, I the 'church Tuesday at 3:30: p. m. 15.Stamps. ,

I t it.'f1. ,f..-I: and Gretna', Louisiana.Mrs. I was en, route to report for sea duty. I: All l ladies of the church are-'invited. 15' and 16 in 'War Ration Lots
' Mrs. John A. Morrow and Miss I to attend. Book One became valid May 24 for rooms. of ,built-in.

) :! Paul Bussey and Mrs. Joe I It7. Margaret Morrow motored to West ,I five pounds of canning sugar each,
! ::.:,t: Cato' were transacting business in Palm Beach on business today. HAP CADET'S BIRTHDAY IS enough for, 40. quarts of canned cabinets.' '- Thomas M..

J:,.', ;West Palm Beach Friday, I OCCASION FOR PARTY SUNDAY fruit per person.
. '., i ]Miss Janice Wynn, daughter' of I Boals, Box 7308, Clewiston -
: q.;J- Bill Reid has returned from a Clewis-ton !I -
Mrs. C. E. Bailey entertained with .
, = -1- visit with his mother, Mrs. W.A.. Fla. tfrnFlorist.
I at her home Sunday ,
a buffet supper
>"'.: Head, in St. Petersburg. \ from the Arcadia High School, underwent I ...
complimenting RAF. Cadet Tommy r .
I "
., ',i' -- an emergency appendectomy I /171'1 .
Jones his birthday. Guests included -
'::., Wendell 'Leapline has returned at the Arcadia General Hospital a
Gloria: McDuffie
Misses! ,
;: ) from a visit with his parents iu short time later that same night. fJull.ff.l
: Betty McDuffie,
Renee Wethington
: -' Connellsville, Pennsylvania. (I Janice was stricken ill the night be-I '
: Laura Bailey, Mrs. H. 's. McDuffie, AgencyFlowers
fore but the '
graduation "
".1. I RAF Cadets Tommy Jones, Lynn I
relatives permitted her to postpone the 'FJI :i
"' Sherwood Hall is visiting operation elJ. Je delivered here at no
Stone and Leslie
:;it,,.' in St. Petersburg and Safety until after the graduation S.I extra cost. Other towns, anywhere :

;,:':'. Harbor for a few- days: exercises. Mry and Mrs. A. P. Wynn [ flu in U. S. add only cost of

"" ." I and Mrs. R. E. Waldron went over to ;stfJllferJ. telegram, ranging from 20 to

':: :Miss Laura Matteson left Tuesday attend the graduation. They report J 55 cents.

'4': for a two weeks'' vacation, which j that Janice is recuperating nicely. at INVEST J0% OF .YOUR MRS. SARAH E.} FOUNTAIN1

: abe is spending in Miami and Stii-I the hospital. II ,
INCOME IN Western Union Office .
", ,
... art. I LADIES AID SPONSORS I Day Phone 82 Night. 2791 ;
,C"S Miss Miriam Adkins of Tampa I

:. visited Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Casper War Bonds New Furniture I
:' and family here Tuesday and Wednesday Members of the Ladies Aid Society -! \

: :' under the direction of Mrs.(
: : from old withlANZLAC I -
I:W. C. Owen, service committee'chairman RENTAL HOUSES

Miss Marcia Avant, Mrs. Hubert :': has sponsored the activities -

'" 'Land, Shari Land, Gordon, Hand and I,,i of the Cadet.Club during the .... I of Mrs. Viola Stone's Estate are
II in charge of Mrs. Jewel Hooker
week ending tonight. '
: Bill Shuler were visitors in Fort j
I Two now vacant.
:Myers Sunday. Hostesses and housewives'who have
..>:" ._ I I I baked t cakes for the club this week AFTER THE WAR YOU I ,QUICK DRYINGENAMEL SEE MRS. HOOKER

'. Harriett, and Carol Joy Alston ;:|are: WILL WANT TO BUILD I I concerning them.

: .' spent the week end in Moore Haven I I i Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. J. E.

:" :, .. with their- grandmother, Mrs. J. S. Beardsley, Mrs: Charles Bolton, Mrs.; YOUR OWN HOME CONSIDER ..
t ."Willingham. I|I W. L. Lott, Miss Mary Neeley, Mrs.
> i
-,. -- :- 1 JG.I H. Small, Mrs. Elbert Stewart,
,\:",' Mr. and Mrs.,, J. 'w. Frazier and |([Mrs. Frank E. 'Conkling, Mrs. A. W., OF THE REMAINING 85% *AHYON CAp APPLY IT Johnson's Fish Camp f;

: ton, Jimmie, who have resided inf; Lawrence, Mrs., R. C. Wilson, Mrs.N. *SALVAGES OLD PIECES ,
, Ls.,).:\ Clewiston? for' most a year, .left, this;, V. S. 'Mumford, Mrs Harley Case,I OF YOUR'INCOME IN A (Near Hurricane Gate" )
;week to make their home In ,Miami.. Mrs.W.. P. Vaughn, Jr., Miss 'Lois I ,' -' Clewiston, Fla.' ,o !
'', I Prince, Miss Leah. Richaud, Mrs. R. ,Boats and Motors-Guide Service !J'

, .:" Mrs. A. D., Thornton. of/"Winteri: R.. Hooks] Mrs., R. H. Knight, Mrs, Homesite Rates Reasonable
: :." ..,. Haven, is spending a few days here! G. H. Brown, Mrs. Ken Swayne, and. '! I W. H. Johnson, Mgr.

: :{ ,. visiting! fends and relatives.. Mrs.I Mrs... 'F. Deane Duff. ,, I .

;. :::,\:;',,:' 'Thornton;, Is,, the' former Cloyce Nall.]] I|j The ladies of the Altar Society' of I I

St. Margaret's Church will sponsor Bishop Wlison Lumber J. M. COUSE
' '; Miss Thelma Hall and Mrs. Lucile -
i the club next week.
Mann of Citra' were overnight guests! CLEWISTON REALTY ConniE-to!' and Attorney nt Law

; of their cousin, Mrs. John Elmore, Company
4 ENGINEERS HAVE FISH FRY I Hopkins BuildinglVednoMlftj
rf 4,; Tuesday, + I and DEVELOPMENT
+' ep WAREHOUSE MONDAY Phono SS Clewiston, Fla" 's and Satcrdaj"!
1 '
Mrs. W. C. :NaIl and children,; CORPORATION I I II 9tt to :4:00
S. -- -
A group of U., Engineer employees -. .
in' r' -
and Billy,
spent Tuesday
] and members of their fam I
v Moore Haven with Mr. ,and Mrs.. S. !I I ..
ilies enjoyed a fish fry in the large -
'I -------
,C. Stalls.' .
warehouse on the, government reser-
-- i vation here Monday evening.
T Mrs. C. E. Bjornson spent a few i I,
A supper'of fried fish, potatoes,
(; days in Lakeland the first of the''
t hush puppies swamp cabbage and THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
week, going up to attend the wedding -\ coffee was prepared and served the .r-I.'" ,I,1I 1\ttti'rj -
of her brother. ,
i group which'incJud' d Mr. and Mrs.

' ,: W. C. Nail, Mr. and"Mrs. C. E. Bailey, -, =- .1' .
.I : Dr. and Mrs: J. W. Ezelle] and'l' Mr. and ,Mrs. V. E. Bryant, Mr.. and 9

% ; ,children; Emma Jane and Jennings,i Mrs. Frank Cox:, Mrs. P. M. Mc- .1.cr-:'. -"':1):.)

, I\ .; :".: left yesterday to spend a vacation!I' Intyre, Mrs. Cec\le Brooks," Mrs. 1Etl

/ with relatives in Graceville .Florida. G; H. Small, Miss Edna Norton, Miss
: ( //L:'
.,. : Leah Richaud, Miss Mary Markette, i
j"..5- :Mrs.: Sandy Bell, is leaving toclayl] Gordon Bembry, J. E. Baker and j ,

- lor Indianapolis, rndiana, to spend Parker Wilson, of Clewiston, John :5e1t
' a month's-vacation with her bUfband :-\W. Haynes and D. B. Thomas, of :
--t\" .who is stationed at nearby. Jacksonville, E. B. Seth, A.V.
.t ;Fort Benjamin Harrison. !' Gardner
Mrs. Campbell of West .
'i;' :I!. Palm Beach. _, k j -
t I
;:1' Mrs. John N. Montgomery left this I r .
;" week for Miami for a short visit':'PARTY.I AFTER GRADUATION TO

' : with her parents, before leaving for HONOR MEMBERS OP CLASS rI 1 J.
: Williamsburg Virginia: ,i i '
to join her I : !
'.1.i. husband who is attending the Navy's I Mrs. H. S. McDuffie entertained

' chaplain] training school there., I with a party complimenting the'!
members of the graduating class at i I

" : Mrs. Jerome Fugate, who taught I her home following graduation]i -
."! : : the second grade in the local school ; Tuesday. night. i j :OG

" ,." : this year, left after the close of The hostess, assisted by Mrs. R.I j *C31JISM? -

" .. .". school for Alva for a few days before Ii M. Hare, Jr., and Mrs. Carl Berner,

.. ., ...'. going on to Georgia to join her ,i served a buffet supper to the guests. -
... ,. husband who Is in the Army Air i[ Later in the evening dancing was \ : '; ;.

: Corps. I enjoyed at the Community Center. .
\ :
t : The guests were Misses Marianne '

' / .:.....,., C. E. Schroeder; Sr., C. E. Schrod- Jones, Carmen Roland, Dorothy \ :. 4S
, '. er, Jr., Misses Emily Beach and Knight, Gloria McDuffie, Renee I ,, '
SS.1": ,. Myra Stephens of Stuart visited Mr. Wethington, Laura Bailey and Betty I

.0 : and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder the latter McDuffie; Barnard Leiter, Bill Reid,..I
< 'i4, S :part of the week. Joe Schroeder returned -' RAF Cadets Lynn Stone and Tommy H"-! -

at. to 'Stuart with them for avisit. Jones. '

." .'': I "Good morning,Doc.Your good wife tells me people realize that a large part of the war-
\ .
: L.DIESIn SOCIETY alcohol to make the medical supplies .
} HAS I I you're working night and day now that so required
:, 'H. T. Vaughn and son, Harry: attended COVERED DISH LUNCHEONThe 'I many of the younger doctorsare in the army." that are being used right this minute to

: j. the commencement exercises "That's right,Judge,and I'm glad I'mstil alleviate pain, combat infection and save

.., at Georgia Military College In Mill- Ladies Aid Society of the I I able to do it. Had a long letter from Harry... human lives, is produced by the beverage
:It' : edgeville, Georgia, this week. Sonny Community Church had covered
a that bright young fellow I was breakin' in to distilling industry. This entire industry
Vaughn was a member of the 'grad- dish luncheon In I
Community months and -
in whiskey ago
take over my practice. He said the boys stopped making
mating class.
Mr. Vaughn and his Center at Its regular meeting '
I two sons returned to Clewiston terday. Afterwards the ladies yes-ad- f I the service are getting the best medical care has been working night and" day producing
armed force in They nothing but war-alcohol.
of history.
;; 'l Wednesday. journed to the Red Cross surgical .I any
dressing room and made bandages 'I really should with all those brilliant doctors "Nobody knows better than I, Judge,

>. Billy Perry and Jimmy Paul 'returned during the afternoon.. !I and plenty of supplies to work with." what an important contribution to our war

Wednesday from Milledge- Mrs. F. E. Conkling resided at 1 1 !i "Speaking of supplies, Doc, not many effort that really is."

; .' vine, Georgia, where they have just the business meeting In the absenceof
completed a year's study at Geor- the president. Mrs. J. E. Beards-,I ..
I ,f.Akdolic Ber loge Iiuliutrit*..ln *
gia Military College, a military prep ley gave the devotional and :Mrs: i Ccnfrrtnet

echool. They will leave Monday to John A. Morrow made a very inter-I I I

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.6 .RU D I Air Raids Soften Europe for Invasion;

Decisive Allied Moves Against Japan ,

:QR LEAr.N: Strategy Meet; iWNU&rvk I
Forecast in Washington People You Meet: by Western Newspaper Union l

Washington, D. C. WLB Regains Authority on Wage BoostsEDITOR'S Victor Mature, formerly of Holly- By VIRGINIA VALE ','.' :,,

wood and Broadway, now of the MARGARET/ SULLAVAWS 1..,

SUBMARINE ANTIDOTEA they .r'e thou U. S. Coast Guard He furLoaf'd to return to the i ::'
columns f
event took place NOTE: When opinions ate expressed these in the
history making ( and not necessarily of this newspaper. Broadway arena again x
Union's news analysts screen in order to play "Smitty"n
recently in the long war against the Western_ Newspaper_ Released by Western Newspaper Union. the other midnight for the first time
submarine. Official tests were madeof ,in a long spell Just back "Cry Havoc" indicates that r

the helicopter, which, despite op k..\ti., sc?;.: = (. from long convoy duty, and now the picture will really be something t

position of the navy, has been urged <' > gone again Proud of his promotion ; special. Absent from pictures -
officials of the army and War 1H and the he is in the
by y yy, oC ( 44 n. tlT, r part since she made "Back
Shipping administration for antisubmarine acbt 7i/ lrYr'4r./j'.l pj war The other night his huge "
+ \ Street, in 1941, she's resisted all
t"rQr Q
L if
patrol. i:, l Y: hands were weatherbeaten and \
efforts to lure her in front of the ,
after the publication "What!" of re-
Within a few hours {tt 4 tough one us Merle Oberon illnessas
Merry-Go-Round storyon aF6 .. .tt. .GGR marked. "No manicure?" cameras. gave
of a ) :
? a reason for resigning from the
this subject, a group of officials 1'Y: : "Oh, I couldn't have a manicure,"

from Washington, including highly he replied seriously. "The fellowson

interested and highly placed officialsof the ship would be in ,stitches"

the British admiralty, British shipping No squawks Just one lit-

mission, and the RAF, stood in tle one The way they keep
amazement on the deck of a tanker r nYl/ teasing him-about Miss Hayworth.

offshore while a little airplane with f h's

a crazy rotary wing on top landed Amon, Carter Prosperous I
and took off from a deck space not newspaper publisher from Fort

more than twice the size of the plane Worth He and his wife were

itself.It divorced about a year ago, but they I
both the Stork Club lot
was a Sikorsky helicopter, piloted I patronize a
by a boyish colonel who reminded -,i And never interfere with each

everybody of Charles Lindbergh : r3 aC. n k' q other's pleasure They simplydo
in his younger days-H. F. Gregory, not talk any more The other

from Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, : night the transatlantic phone opera-

who knows more about helicoptersthan .f tor found him there Friends in :

anybody else in the air force. London had word of his son 1 n aC

Gregory made 24 landings on the Captured by the Nazis in Tunisia .

tanker during the two days of trials. t'- The news was a relief I

He operated under all conceivable .There had been none about the boy MARGARET SULLAVANrole.
conditions-when the tanker was rid- With activity against the Japs on all eastern fronts forecast by recent for so long He wanted to share I

ing at anchor, when she Was run- Washington conferences;, Allied air attacks against the enemy loom largein the news with his ex-wile-but he Joan Crawford left the cast

ning at 15% knots, when she was the tactical picture. Above are shown four American-trained Chinese didn't know how .-"'And so he because this would have been her

headed into the wind, and when she pilots looking over the instrument panel of a P-40, in company witb waited for someone they both ,knewto third successive war picture, and ]

was running with the wind. Maj. Grant Mahoney of the U. S. air force in China. come in (his daughter) who told she felt that the role assigned her j

administration, the mother. wasn't satisfactory. f
The War Shipping
which supplied the tanker, had Coffered 'OFFENSIVES: : ;

to remove the mast, to providea and Asia BothNot Donets Flares Anew Bob Russell, who can't speak a Hollywood's best oriental actors :1
safer But inven- Europe word of Spanish '. He wrote the flatly refused to portray Japanese j
landing space.
tor, Sikorsky scorned that as "too only Allied smashes against Even as the Red army had drive continued wordage to three foreign ditties- soldiers; so Director Richard Wallace -

Accordingly his plane was Hitlerite Europe, but decisive campaigns its methodical, grinding "Maria Elena," "Frenesi" and"Brazil" got the Japs for major and ;

easy.down Colonel Gregory in the against Jap-held domains in against the line of German fortifica- ':Maria" was the minor roles in "Bombardier" out of i
set by Nazi-
between the mast and the Asia and the South Pacific in weeksto tions outside Novorossisk, last first song in 16 years to hit the mil- the make-up box. RKO faces the ,
space United Nations'war held bastion in the Caucasus, other division. The words to"Frenesi" "Behind the Rising
deck house, with only a 14-foot clear- come were. on the north in the lion copy same problem in ;
Russian forces to the "
either side.FarSeeing timetable scheduled by he considers his worst Sun.
ance on dent Roosevelt and ,Prime Minister Donets river valley had opened lyric His words to "Brazil" lay --7:

'Eyes. Churchill in their Washington con- fierce attacks near Lisichasnk, about on a publisher's shelves for over a Fred Giermann, character actor, i

To, the British and American'ship. ferences. 125 miles southeast of Kharkov.For year-they couldn't see it! His has an odd reason for wanting the i

ping experts whose ships are goingto against Japan wouldbe weeks, Soviet dispatches had latest lyric is heard oat the Versailles war to end. "I haven't been out of
That activity
the bottom every day, the significance stepped on a major scale was reported trainload after trainload of where they feature the song, "DarkBlue" a Nazi uniform 'as an actor for the

of this feat was inescap up developments. One German troops rolling eastward to His newest thrill is mak- last seven months," he explains. '

able. They firmly believe the heli- indicated by iwo 'at the Washington the Russian front. But Hitler had ing the Hit Parade last week with 'a "Five Graves to Cairo," with Fran-

copter can be used to supplement' was the presence of CommanderinChiefSir kept his moves for what would be grand torch called: "Don't, Get I'. chot Tone and Anne Baxter, is his -'
conferences ,
the escort vessels for the greater Admiral his last chance offensive well Around Much Anymore." latest. +
India -
Wavell ,
protection; of merchant ships in'con- Archibald : masked.In 4
Somerville the --I
Sir James ,
voy. Eastern fleet commander, and Sir the 'action near Lisichansk, Then there's Bea Wain, whose You'll see most of the cast of that =
It is too light to carry much strik- Richard Peirse, the India air com- gateway to the eastern Donets basin, voice hardly needs an introductionto swell picture, "Casablanca 'l

ing power of its own, except a few The other was the disclo- the Russians said the enemy had people who buy recordings and "The Conspirators"; Humphrey Bogart .
rockets, but it can fly out ahead of that Admiral William F. Hal- tried a wedge-shaped drive into Rus- have a radio ", Bea opened at Paul Henreid, Sydney Green-

the convoy, hover over the sea, spot sure MacArthur sian-held territory, but this thrust the Riobamba last nightsucceeding street and Helmut Dantine all have
Gen. Douglas
the wolf pack, and report by radioto had sey and met to co-ordinate future op- was pushed back. In pursuing the Frank Sinatra, whose click was leading roles. Ann Sheridan has the

the escort vessels. This saves retreating Nazis the Red troops were town talk recently' Bea was leading feminine role.
in their areas.
,movement of the escort vessels, erations able to establish themselves on a oof'ly nervous, mister Not ::
which in present practice have to Indicative of the trend toward decisive -. hill of "great tactical importance' only was she taking over the spot
American action was a Tokyo Bill Stern, whose "News of the :
around the
constantly but it
maneuver vacated by a crowd-puller, was
merchant' ships, with heavy con- radio report that strong U. S. forces AIR RAIDS : her night club debut, too. Nerv- Day" newsreel' is a favorite with s
sumption of fuel oil. had invaded the Jap-held island of Bombs Write History ous, it seems, because she was moviegoers, is happy because the now air. j
Aleutians. he can make predictions on
without Attu in the wouldn't be enough!
Moreover, the helicopter, afraid she good
has beena
'Dortmund had suffered His NBC Sports
firing a shot, brings alarm to the Observers believed 'that future Cologne and Allied air raids Good enough? She's merely Saturday feature, and he felt that
prowling submarine and causes the moves on Japan might'take on a been featured on the Hit Parade the i
dwarfed the damage visited on even an expert couldn't predict
character. One prong that and her
U-boat to dive. nutcracker and Magic Key programs,
from, the London by the Luftwaffe in the bat- outcome of the following Saturday'sgames
would close in on Nippon recording of "Deep Purple" sold
Earlier of the .helicop-
.acceptance his chin out.
but it remained for without sticking ,
MacArthur's'combined tle ,
ter was prevented by the navy's bureau east, via Halsey's forces in the Pacific. Duisburg, center of German war and 2,500,000 copies! Now he's broadcasting on Friday i

of aeronautics, which contends hub of the Nazi's defense evenings, which is better.
that, the machine is defenseless The other would squeeze Japan'sflank The Magazines: ,The Sateyepost'svivid
against the of a submarine.The from the Indian ocean and of western Europe,, to be pictures about the siege of '"
guns the heaviest aerial as- Albert Parker was a noted direc-
the smashed
India-Burma front, using chains to the
defenders reply ,that the planecan the Sevastopol your eyes .
:dart about 'so crazily that, it is combined commands of Wavell,' sault in all history. pages .,, Look points out that the tor, until he lost his eyesight seven
result of
The RAF 'the Allied instrument ago ,as a an
Somerville and Peirse. civilization that was saved with blood
too evasive to be easily hit. More-
Director I
of destruction. It'was esti- mobile accident. Recently
reconditioned with
over, helicopters can be built for TRADE PACTS: mated that as as 2,000 tons of will have to be Frank Tuttle shooting a street scene '
of few many brains Ruth Mitchell's story of
$15,000 each, and the loss a decidedto
would not be serious, compared with Green Light by House bombs were dropped. The heaviest her life, via American Magazine, is in Prague blind for "Hostages with a,seeingeyedog.
raid made anywherewas use a man
previous ever The notion
fine reporting job
the loss of escort vessels.In a .
of of his friend Parker ,
and the threat 31 He thought
Surviving debate that on Cologne, on May ,' about the Japs being incapable of:
any case, the matter has gone President who thus for a brief time, will- :
crippling limitations, '1942, when 1,000 'bombers were employed fear is such a phony it might have ,
beyond the stage of _argument. Roosevelt's reciprocal trade program and more than 1,500 tons of been born on Broadway.' Omori once more take part in the making' of :i
The War Shipping administration is the house of the Nazi motion picture.
was extended by explosives were rained on Harris who spent 40 years among a I
determined to have helicopters, and --7EBlackhaired : --
of two
for a term Dortmund had
representatives city. An attack on them, offers some lowdown en the
if the .navy won't, come along, WSA years. reached the intensity of the'Cologne Japs' alleged courage in Harper's Mona Berle was the :

will make a deal'with the coast As debate had divided on party foray, but the Duisburg raid was This Week includes a piece first extra hired by Producers Williams -
train and another
guard to pilots, Lines and the Republicans had sup- the'heaviest of all time. about city gals on the farms called: Pine and Thomas when'they
deal with the war department to ported a series of amendments That the Duisberg raid was but a "The Farmer's Step-Daughter." It- began making pictures for Para-

place the planes on its ships. which the Democrats charged would prelude to what. 'Nazi-held Europe sounds like the bluest of the anec- mount nearly three years ago.

have been "a kiss of death" to the might. expect was indicated by dotes after the Hays censors laun- They've ''found a spot for her in

ARMY AND COAL MINES entire program, Speaker Sam Ray- devastating forays which followed dered it. every picture they've made since-
burn had, rallied support sufficientto immediately. American Flying For- currently she's in "Tornado," which
John L. Lewis would have got the. action. While 'marathon Chester Morris and Nancy
insure favorable tresses continued the by stars
of his life if he could have Lcfst Generation: "
surprise Repub- "She's good luck to us, say a
from attack
gaining main support their heaviest Kelly.
making own
it is
had a dictaphone recording of the It was our world and not
licans, the amendments were offeredby since the war began on St. Omer the two '
conversation of Secretary of War today,
West of
Democratic Congressman and Meaulte in northern France.
Somervell then the wine and trim the
Stimson and Gen. B. B. Pour '
Texas, only New Deal member of Meanwhile in the East the,Russianair Private Harry Keaton of Fort
regarding the use of troops in takingover candles ,
the coal mines. the house ways and means committee force took the initiative away We were, the fools who blithely, lost 'Greely, Alaska, thought that the
to oppose extension of the act. from the Nazis, while Red planes pretty girl he asked to dance with

Lewis had expressed public apprehension Reciprocal trade pacts have been smashed at German communications And our dumbly way played the charlatanand him was one of the civilian nurses.

that'the army had a planto negotiated with 27 nations in the at Warsaw, capital of Poland, clown Some time afterward he learned that
seize the coal mines in of who'd
case and its suburb of Praga. In the the she was Marjorie Reynolds,
strike. subordinatearmy ,last nine years.CANNING Call for the fiddler name
a Undoubtedly in "Holly-
Mediterranean area, U. S. bomber danced with Fred
officers did have such a planin shipping fa- lazy waltz Inn" and teamed with 'Bing
: strafed airfields and beauty that wood
of the fragile '
mind. the Italian Speak in "Dixie." 'By that timeMarjorie
cilities in Sicily on Crosby
But when Secretary Stimson sat Kitchens DefinedA invasion coast. has flown, had moved on to the next 1 i I
to lance of our '
late us
It is too
down with Secretary Ickes, plus definition of "home canning"was camp in her Alaskan! tour.

General Somervell and other army released by the Office of Price WAGE BOOSTS: faults- unheralded and ---7:

officers, the army expressed vigorous Administration to allay housewives'fears WLB May Act We alone.must go on Sol Lesser, producer of "Stage I

opinions to the contrary. Gen- about giving up rationing Door Canteen," feels that the public J

eral Somervell, accused by some pi points for foods processed in cooperative The War Labor ,board got back the dust of old enchantedInns ought not to pay an extra pre- i
in ,
wanting the army to take over all .' centers now being organ- some of its, discretionary authorityto There mium for quality picture entertainment i

civilian activities, made this remark ized in many parts of the country. make wage adjustments. JamesF. the heritage of at least for the duration, according 1
sold precious
: The OPA defined "home canned" Byrnes, economic stabilization di- We to a recent announcement.So .

"The last thing we want is an issue foods as those processed "in a kitchen rector, announced the new policy ina rancid man wine and unimportantsins although "Stage Door Canteen"
'of the army against the people." primarily used for the prepara- directive specifying that the board could undoubtedly run on and on at

Secretary Stimson also expressed tion of meals, or in a kitchen usedto may no\v"raise wages "to aid in the That stole the theme and purpose advanced prices, if released only in

relief that Secretary Ickes, knownas demonstrate preparation of such prosecution of the war or correct of our plan key cities 'at first, and shown twicea
'a staunch defender of civil liberty meals"-such as in a school or home gross inequities." day, it will be made available for

had been selected by the Presi economics center.If Mr. Byrnes, however, qualified his It was our world and now that worldis general runs as soon as it is re
dent to handle the coal crisis. He a farmer has a separate build- action with the limitation that such dead leased. "This is a soldier's love

offered Ickes every operation but ing where he customarily does his wage adjustments must not cause And loneliness is all that lies ahead! story," says Mr. Lesser. "and il

expressed the hope that he. would not, canning, he must get permissionfrom price ,rises or stand in the way of -D. W. belongs to the p blic."

have to use troops. his ration board to use it. price reductions.

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Vinegar eliminates odors. Don't

of the difficulties about the Mltlf.il'l'aIJ M.. put away a frying pan that smellsof S .

r-.. ': treatment of behavior symptoms by n_.......... onions, fish or some other If you find fruit jars difficult to
the use of insulin or metrazol is that Children Need Good strong-flavored food. Put some get clean after cold packing corn
some patients who have undergone! Lynn Says: vinegar in the pan and bring to a or meat, rub the jar with salt and
this method, or have Wholesome Foods boil.. Then wash as usual. wash in the usual way.

spoken to patientswho At Their Parties Sandwich Ideas: Cream cheeseor * <+

have done so, cottage cheese with olives and Woolen garments will retain If your family considers squasha
i \ are somewhat afraidof mayonnaise. their fluffiness and 'will not shrinkif tasteless vegetable, try serving

it, notwithstanding |un<0 )M>" 'ii-'ii.' Peanut butter, honey and crum- a teaspoonful of glycerine is add- it with a white sauce with melted
that they have bled fresh yeast, on whole wheator ed to the warm water in which cheese in it. They will change
experienced or observed '* / SS enriched white bread. they are washed and rinsed. their minds.

':, .f its helpful re .S Peanut, butter* and chow chowon
: sults. It is for this enriched white bread. I

; and other reasons Cream cheese and orange mar- SOOTHES CHAFED SKIN
that many physi- I IA malade,on raisin bread. J U TwSw,1 M ORO LINE

cians are now using Mashed liverwurst, chili sauce, # ,
the electrically in- mayonnaise- whole wheat or rI7rI4 f2rJJ WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY

: Dr. Barton duced convulsions, r5'1 rye bread. 4
cases where the Minced corned beef or sliced Ever Great

mental symptoms are not due to any tonguq with horseradish on rye
S Stumped Coji'Traffic For he that once is good, is ever
, true or organic disease of the brain. bread. .
Cop (producing note book)- great.-Ben Johnson.
I have spoken twice before about Roquefort cheese, celery and Name, please.
5- this method and in the Illinois Medical mayonnaise on white bread or on Motorist (caught speeding)Aloysius

S Journal, Dr. J. V. Edlin, Chicago celery as a garnish for salad. Sebastian Cyprian. DON'T LETCONSTIPATION
j. reports the use of electric_ Watercress on thinly sliced Traffic Cop (putting book aua-
shock treatment in 126 cases. white bread rolled and kept in" Well, don't let me catch you again.
-. The length of time the patients refrigerator in damp cloth for '15
Uncalled for SLOW YOU
-n, .. r.- Help UP
suffered with their symptoms ranged ...s..... / ......,.... .SSS.S.SSS.SSS/ --.O;_ to 20 minutes. Missus (rousing husband-I) be- When bowels
are sluggish
from less than six months to 10 chopped figs or raisins you
Simple parties help make children lieve a burglar's trying to'open feel irritable, headachy, do as millions
years, and included all the functional friends doa with nutmeats, mayonnaise and the living room window. do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem
, .5 psychoses such as anxieties, fears, at ease with their lemon juice, on white or brown chewing-gum laxative.: Simply chew
I the foundationsfor Mister-Good! I haven't been
lot toward laying
FEEN-A-MINT before
you go to bed1
dream states.and melancholia. bread. '
their social success. Watch them able to move it since the 'painter taking only in accordance with packag
.. Of the patients who were ill for enjoy playing host and hostess as Hard-cooked eggs, celery and was here. directions-sleep without being 'dis
six months about 53 mayonnaise on whole wheat turbed. Next
less than per this is doing. morning gentle, thorough
cent recovered; the rate for those little pair bread. "Bring your ration coupons-We relief, helping you feel swell again. Try

ill from six months to one year was How do you rate with your younger serve you with a smile."-Sign in FEEN-A-MINT.and economical.A Tastes good, it handy
ill from generation? Are you content meat market. And not much generous family supply
about 31 per cent; for those col more
Beat yolks costs only
one to five years it was 21 per cent, when you keep them clean, get them egg cheese bread crumbs do you get. FEEN-A-MINT
ored. Cook ,
off to school and give them some io
and for those ill from 6 to 10 years low heat
need it milk, butter and salt over TransferredThe
extra tutoring when they
it 20 cent.
was per
stirring constantly. Add beaten egg little
in English or math? woman had worried
S The best results were obtained Yes, that in itself is a big job. yolks. Fold in stiffly beat whites. the grocer over trifles at the busi- Get Your War Bonds *
by patients suffering from involu- Pour into a well-greased casserole. est time of
and you are doing a big job if you day, and at last he
tional melancholia (depressed feel- have that part in smooth, running Bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutesor had managed to satisfy her. To Help Ax the Axis

ing of middle and old age). The'next order. Notice, I didn't say whole until inserted knife comes out "Do you know, Mr. Peck," said

best occurred in patients with cata- job, because unless you provide for clean. the woman, "when I came into ,-To relieve
tonia (where dream state passes into healthy recreation and play, the An afternoon party menu may con. your shop I had, a dreadful head- distress of MONTHLY>

.. melancholia) and then those with child is not getting his rightful share.: sist'of assorted sandwiches. ache. I've quite lost it now."
hebephrenia ,(silliness which comeson Future AmerIcans, must be a so- Deviled Egg and CheeseSandwiches. "It isn't lost," said the distracted Female WeaknessWHICH

at puberty) and dementia pre- cial as well as business successto grocer, "I've got it!"
S cox combined with hebephrenic and be wholesomeand 3 hard-cooked eggs MAKES YOU CRANKY NERVOUS!
catatonic features.
happy. To 1 tablespoon mustard When you see news photos of Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound -
\- Dr. Edlin found that just as with prepare the child N1 Yz teaspoon 'salt soldiers "off,duty" in camp or be- has helped thousands to relieve
insulin and 'metrazol the symptoms ,for this, you must a 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce hind the battle-lines-notice how ache periodic pain, backache, head
&( with weak, ,
:_-" before receiving electric shock treat- provide him witha fi\ 6. slices buttered whole wheat often: you'll, see them smoking a blue feelings due to functional cranky.
ment determined the chances' of his social and rec- 1 bread cigarette. There's a good reason monthly disturbances. This Is due
recovery; the shorter the time, the .reational outlet- 3 wafer-thin slices of Swiss-type for that. Army officials say that to Its soothing effect on one of
: better the chances. Dr. Edlin WOMAN'S MOST IMPORTANT ORGANS.
pre- and that meansan cheese cigarettes
I are an appreciable fac-
Taken Pinkham's
":." fers electrical to metrazol treatment- occasional f/( WatercressDill tor in' maintaining morale-and helps regularly build- up resistance Compound -
S because of the high percentage of recoveries party to which to pickles the-soldiers themselves add'that a against' such annoying symptoms.
':.'. and the almost total absence invite younger Cut eggs, crosswise and into carton of cigarettes from home is Follow label direction" .Worth trying
i.';-r.:,,' of fear. He also advises that friends so the child is at ease in halves. Mash yolks and blend with always welcome. What brand?
i :, the usual treatment of mental cases his role as host or. hostess. mustard, salt and Worcestershiresauce Well, sales records in Post Exchanges -
,:I-" by questioning the patient and explaining There's a certain excitement atchildren's mixing well. Fill the whites. and Canteens show that
the causes of the symptoms parties which easily up- 'Cut eggs into thin slices and ar Camels are the favorite cigarettewith SKIN IRRITATIONS OF

..(: should be used i& addition to the sets their tummies, and the best 'range on three sli es of bread. Top men in all the services. EXTERNAL CAUSE
..,;SS': electric shock treatment. to handle them is to have nour- slices with cheese and a second
,'c way egg Though there are Post Office restrictions acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
S ishing,. wholesome food, ,rather than piece of bread. Cut in halves and on packages to overseas ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
: X-Ray Treatment oft "partified" dishes which will upset garnish with watercress and dill Army men, you can still send miseries Goes to work at simple once. Direct action aids
: them You'll find healing works the antiseptic Use
:' even more. cooperation pickles.A Camels' to soldiers in the U. S., way.
:: Goiter Beneficial from other mothers if you citrus fruit drink is refreshing, and'to' Sailors, Marines, and Coast Black reeled.and lOc,25c White,50c sizes.Ointment 25 years only success.as dl*.
let them know you will do every- fine for keeping up young spirits I I Guardsmen wherever they are.- Money-back guarantee. I J" Vital in
thing to make her children at dur- cleansing la good soap. Enjoy famous
t0 ease. busy at play Adv. Black and White Skin Soap daily.i .
: In examining recruits for the last Fresh salmon steaks may be usedin ing party time.
<'.,: ':- war we were always on the alert making the flaked salmon called Keep all the flavor -
.' so that cases of early thyroid disi'U for in this recipe. Serve it on small in the orange I
: ,' ease (goiter) were not accepted. toast rounds and the children will mice plus valua- <:>

When the heartbeat was fast the adore it: ble vitamin C by squeezing it only
i-.' :S' recruit rested for some time and 'Salmon Timbales. just before serving. To have chilled -

:.; : was given a daily paper to,read. If (Serves 8) juice, chill whole oranges.in refrig- ; : THE MARINES
!::> his heartbeat was slower after the 4 eggs, slightly beaten erator before ,extracting juice. IN
; :.' rest and he was fit otherwise he was 2 cups milk I < they say:
:/ accepted. In some cases where, in 1 cup bread crumbs sigaalsnan vy th
:;;. addition to the rapid heartbeat, Ys teaspoon salt I .. blc 2. 1 ndl0 set .2

;.i there was trembling of the hands .2 tablespoons chopped pimento i4 "WALflIE. por .
;t : and eyes were bulging he was considered 1 pound salmon, flaked t* S

[;. _.;.' a thyroid case and rejected 1 teaspoon paprika ,S !
:: at once. 2 tablespoons shortening I'S

;L- The cause of the symptoms is that 1 teaspoon onion juice t S. ::1 ;

:. _,'. -' too much juice or extract is being 8 toast rounds tw 3 ( ,4\_ ; thc.favoritc .

<:. ': manufactured by the thyroid gland Parsley ., AMEL".ror Marines
tt. :: '.; and this juice increases the rate at Add butter and bread crumbs to SERVICE
hot milk, then stir until all soaked. IN THE
which all the body processes "( ork. t FIRST and Copt
,;* The amount increase, is measured Add slightly beaten J the !>tRXi" AT'N&VT d. (BeO' *
,. in >
-4 4by: a special apparatus and if it is eggs, flaked j:4: With dtefav0te men dg2ette"and c. p 0st Ex &eJ.)
1 plus 15 or more it is considered a salmon (steam cccords in Cantccns
I of fresh salmon 8 to t1lal
: u case early goiter, hyperthyroid as
::; it is called. If test shows minus 15 10 minutes, then ,
: it shows that the thyroid gland is ,flake), pimento, i
55 not manufacturing enough juice. salt, paprika and ,4
onion juice. Pour
When too much juice is being man- into buttered timbale CAMELS SURE'
z: 'ufactured .all of the
or part thyroid
or Wholesome drink with a party
gland is removed greased ARE PING HOW !
by operation ort custard cups. Bake in a pan of hot air is this cool glass of orange juice
._ by the use of X-ray treatments. If
water 'in a moderate oven. (350 degrees topped prettily with orange sherbet, THEY'REEXTRA
: not enough juice is '
being manufactured ) for 15 to 20 minutes. Un-I decorated sprigs of mint and whole
i' the physician MILD AND
daily mold on toast rounds, garnish with raspberries. Orange float will keep .
;S doses of the juice or thyroid! extract. parsley and serve. you cool and full of pep, for vitaminC THAT RICH FLAVOR

s Before treatment for removal of Few children would pass up this helps mitigate effects of heat.
S 'sthe thyroid gland is given, Dr. delicious cheese 'n bread dish-it's, I-IOLDSUPPACI(,
"- George E. Pfahler,. professor of radiology delicious and good for them, tool I Orange Sherbet. i's? AFTER PACKI
;: school 1 : .
graduate of medi- Cheese Fondue. / cups sugar
;, cine, University of Pennsylvania, in (Serves 6) 1 cup water

medical clinics of North America, 3 eggs, separated 2 egg whites stiffly beaten )S fl: ."
states that the cause or causes of 1 cup grated cheese 2 cups orange juice e >
the hyperthyroid condition should be 1 cup bread crumbs 3 tablespoons lemon juice .
.. removed insofar as this is possible. 1 cup milk Boil sugar and water together for : '.5
,: c, Usual causes are focal infection 1 tablespoon butter 5 minutes. Beat egg whites slowly .. :
". (teeth, tonsils or other organ), do- Ys teaspoon salt and add to fruit juices. Mix all in- PartaZa3 '
mestic difficulties, worry, overworkor gredients and pour into freezing :
some other strain. tray of mechanical refrigerator.
\ Children's Party Menu stiff then beat
As many patients fear operation Freeze thoroughly.
and delay should be avoided, Dr. Return to freezing compartment and
:; Salmon Timbales Toast until stiff.
Pfahler on freeze
5 points out that X-ray treatment -

o I gives about as good end results Celery Rounds Hearts Are you having difficulties planning
as surgery' and these patientswill Carrot Strips meals with points? Stretching your meats?
more willingly undergo the Juice with Lynn Chambers can give you help if you
X-ray method of treatment. Whers, Orange Orange write her, enclosing a stamped, self-ad
however, the need for the removal of Sherbet dressed envelope for your reply, in care of '
the thyroid gland is urgent Peanut Butter Cookies her at Western Newspaper Union, 210 f
:i is the proper treatment. surgery Recipes Given South Desplaines Street, Chicago, Illinois. .
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to be done at home, of course. But '
Rockwoodi HousewivesContinued j'
Roas. Ground, by Roy 1 Many -
Isle of Escape, ,by Ishbel '
wards Made- .\ I Seven Tempest, by Vaughn Wil- Bomba, TheJungle Boy, 'by Roy' older women, teen-age girls, women, ti
Rockwood. ineligible for the WAAC can do them., !! ..

1) kins.The' Cup and The Sword, by Alice Bomba In The Swamp of Death, ( from Page 1) Only specially qualified women be')1))1
(ContInued from Page 1
school, and citizen Hobart by Roy Rockwood. will continue in operation as long tween 21 and 44 years of age, : !
ration>ship. with, "Silvertip's Roundup, by Max I Bomba On Terror/Trail, by Roy it is being put to good use. After\1 I out dependents, in good health. and It{
awarded copies of Brandt Rockwood. I the. vegetables are gone, meat will ,!
Turk if
"Professor with two years of high school can
Echo of A Bomb, by Van be canned. Many housewives are (
Frederic I I Nursery Nights, by Katherine join the WAAC. If a woman fits \\1
Wil-liam by '
Conspirators and to
The raising chickens plan can a :
I Haviland-Taylor. the requirements of the Corps, it's 1\\
'Gloria McDuffie. The Kiwanis Prokosch.bf The Country, by Hamil- I I Little Lost Boy In Brazil, by Kurt part of them for future use. where she belongs. It's the biggest (i
.-awards to winners of the essay ,congest Wine Wiese. By fall an attempt will be made, job that she can do in this war."There's ':
awarded by W. C. Owen, ton Basso. I to make a permanent set-up ot .a ,
were : ,1
Night! Flight, by Antoine de. Saint I Mysteries Clewiston and I a deep satisfaction in I I' .
the All high Canning Unit to serve
ent of club. I :
Tpres sharing the job of winning the war! ':
R. ; '
participated in the Exupary.; I The Bat, by Mary: Rinehart I'Hooker's Point.WAAC Ii'
':school students "My I Saratoga Trunk, by Edner Ferber. and Avery Hopwood. % \ __________,_ I You won't be on the sidelines, left : I '
the topic .
'contest, which was on Colonel Effingham's Raid, by I out of the biggest experience of this I: '
Future." First prize, a $25.00 war I Fleming.: The Washington Legation Recruiters Visit I III I. generation. You'll be with the i:
Townsend,, Berry ders Van Wyck Mason. Mitr-I
bond: was won by Betty by
y 011-Fict ion !i Army, helping your fighting men '
:a tenth grade student. Second place The Case of The Rolling Clewiston for Interviews
White Eagle, Chief of The Poncas,, where they need you most. You'll ,
was won by Parmelia Bourne, 10th 1 Erie StanleyGardner.. 1 I ;!
Chas. Zimmerman, M. D. II feel proud and happy to know you'rehelping i
grade, and Margaret Morrow, 11th I by. The Road to 'Victory, by Arch- MurderBy Inches, by Stanley I II to shorten the war and bring !:

grade, who tied for! the in war place stamps.; each I I bishop Francis' J. Spellman.In I Hopkins, Jr. :I' Third O/Jicer_ Pauline M. McNallyand \our soldiers home sooner.. }Ii1

was awarded $10.00 Brightest Africa, by Carl E. Was It Murder by James Hilton. Auxiliary Wanda I. .Cruse of "Life in the WAAC is wonderful! '. \\1 I
$5.00 war stamps, was I "
"won Third by prize Philip McLeod, of the 11th ''I Akeley. I Murder Up My Sleeve. by Erie! the Women's: Army Auxiliary, Corps I You:11 fascinating work_ ,. work 1\\
' Honorable mention went to Blood and Banquets, by Bella Stanley Gardner. are spending Friday,. June 4th, and which you can, do well. And you \:

Bruce grade. Beardsley, 10th grade.E. I Fromm. MelvInE. I The Reader Is Warned. ,. by Carter Ii Saturday,. June 5th, in Clewiston \ may learn a skill which may help 11 I
Reading and Literature, by interviewing women for the Corps. you to a real career when the war
board member -
school Dickson.
M. Cornette .i ,
H'aggerty.One is won. You'll meet new people,
Bitting's Third Officer McNally
presented Clarence R. II II$25.QO i- Says
cash award to the Valedictorian World, by Wendell L. Willkip. \ I "Never before have women had so I see new places. You'll be in on all
: Miss Marianne Jones. Into The Valley, by .John Hersey. I Paul Williams Is- great an opportunity to be of service the interest and good times of Army .

Perfect attendance certificates Life In A Putty Knife Factory- ,, by tI to their country. And now as never life."

"went to Barbara DeVane, 9th grade; !I H. Allen Smith., I (Continued from Page 1) .1 before this country needs their )l Third Officer McNally stationed and at Auxi-the
Johnny Sullivan; 8th grade; Bobby I The Wabash (Rivers of America) I service. There are. 90,000, Army liary Cruse are i I
'Knight, -CaU e Davis, and Betty Lou by William E. Wilson. I tion reached the target a large num- waiting for WAACS to. fill by July\ United tion Post States Office Army Building Recruiting, Miami. \
Emrich, 7th grade. Certificates of 25 Non-Royalty 1-Act Plays, by I ber of Japanese Zero fighters attacked 1. Women are needed in the ; I
a B th'e Flying Fortresses. During and needed urgently. This is a wo-
pearly honor roll, representing Batty Smith. { Ice cream 'stores cannot insist that !
:average and a B average in citizenship American, and fire i the engagement the oxygen system man's war, too! The responsibilityfor I an equal amount of sherbet or other'
Geo. Spelvin "
went to Nora Oglesby and Elsie Westbrook Pegler.I and one engine of 'Williams' plane victory rests upon the shouldersof frozen confection be purchased when '
:Martin, "9fh grade. 1 side Le't chats, by Know by Norman was damaged. Despite these handi- women as well, as, upon' those of ice cream is requested.IS .
The People .
formation and husbands, brothers and friends fight-
The slightly military theme was caps he remained in
given in the decorations for the oc Angell. Richard aided in shooting down seven planes. Ing In the services.
Fire In Haiti by
Voodoo .
casion. Flanking the stage on the After the, remaining planes had been I "There are many 'important tasks YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID

!left was a United States flag; on 'the Loederer.America Self-Contained," by Sam- scattered, he proceeded to the target i -

right, the school's service flag. A uel Crowther.' I area and bombed a"large numberof I
large 'V for Victory was mounted Walter grounded aircraft.
Search for A Key, by
rieJi 'above the graduates on the Duranty. I At the time the citation was made .
and- was covered with gardenias from the Southwest --- -
tstage Chicken Every Sunday, tby Rose newspaper reports + .
'and fern. The figures 43 Pacific listed the flier as

'had below them five silver stars, onetor I mary FranCis'Taylor.The First by Francis "missing in action." This 'was denied orrioiALPHOTO8KAPM'
each active member of the class. Hackett. by the war department immediately 7 y ; t
Vases of gladioli and two candelabra I Juvenile and within a few days by IONAL U.B. ARMY aD,,"
completed the stage decorations.The from William ; ;
Flip And The Cows, by Wesley cables and letters.' '
processional was played by the'I Dennis. himself. *

school band under the direction ot Skywinder Mystery,' by Alan Since his promotion to a majorityin : ..y;. flay ? .
Prof. Rosario Cataldo, director of Gregg. "- March, Major Williams ,has been

the LaBelle school band, who sub- Hidden Wing Mystery, by. Alan assigned to administrative 'duties in V1lG
stituted for Prof. F. G, Sturchio, Gregg. General MacArthur's headquarters.On .'

now'in the U.. S. Army. I, Coconut, The Wonder Tree. ,_ by this assignment he was not in
The faculty speakers, and mem- Armstrong Sperry. combat duty and had been scheduled 3' A' : b

bers .of the graduating class marched I Bamboo, The Grass Tree; by Arm- for' a long-deserved furlough. to A Ws t ft f

in and took. their places on the strong Sperry. the 'States.
'stage. The graduates 'were in cap I Alamenda, by Leslie Weiner. When news of the execution of yCE CORQa
and gown, with the girls wearing Boy's Camp, by Max Siegel. the American airmen who participated -
'White and the boy blue. I The_ Middle Moffat, by Eleanor. I in the bombing of Tokyo was an
Dr. C., E. Weaver, county superintendent Estes. nounced, Major Williams and' oth-
of public instruction, presented -I A Star for Ginny,, by Phillis A. ers in his squadron learned that their
' the i' friends and fellow fliers had been
to graduates
: Whitney. It's .n..I.'
just common
present; and ,presented Mrs.- W.,C. No Time for Funnies, by Todd -and. executed., He and many others asked ;
Hooker the diploma of her son, El- Slocum. : .! to be sent out on bombing missions I Bu-_ refrain from buying things "

foert. Kemper. Bond's diploma was White Stars of.. Freedom, by. Isasi t again and it is likely that it was on WA IS needed in our War effort. ':
flights the
left with Mr. Turk to be mailed. and Denny.; one of those revenge that I
Fire Beads, by Grace and Olive\: flier 'failed to return. 1 1I BoN Save.. and'buy after our
Mrs. Williams writes that both / income,

library Receives = I I Barnett.Night Boat, by Howard Pease. I I she and her husband's' parents ,are I II 4r reguW Y' Victory.. open lour savings

Mr. Scrunch, by Helen and Alf steadfast in their belief that Major account her ., today
Williams will return safely. Many 'r% .
(Continued from Page1) i Evers. I I
Clewiston friends have watched
Simeenon. II Sons of The Dragon, by
Tropic Moon, by Georges PhyllisA.
I! his career with interest join in the
' .
Sowers. I II War Bonds. &
will found Buy Stamps
that he be
Mrs. Parkington, by Louis Broin- Hundreds and Hundreds of Pan fervent hope.

- ieid. I cakes, by Audrey Chalmers., safe..
All That Seemed Final, by Joan The Little Red f Light House, by
olebrook. Swift and Ward.
The Forest' And' The 'Fort, by Air Patrol, by Henry B, Lent. 9 6
Hervel} Allen. Plow Penny Mystery,..by Lavinia. wish to express our' 'deep appreciation
for the expressions yaMCS
Suds In Your Eye, by. Mary' Lass- R. Davis. t many .
well. A Green Field for Courage, by of sympathy to us in the loss of our

Of Lena Geyer. by' Marcia Daven- L. Carroll Cooney, Jr. wife and mother, Mrs. Jessie L. .Ellis.T. .
"port. Twig,' by Elizabeth Jones. R.. Ellis t O'S
Nina Fedorova. and Jerry Jake, by Tommie Lee Ellis,
The Family, by I.Step. Along .
The Whole Heart, by Helen May Justus. : Mrs. John Elmore,

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