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 11, 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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KIWANIS CLUB HAS 'WORK BEGUN ON 25 Arch Simmons Bought f Laws Affecting Section

Store From Padgett


I Arch has owned and

HOME FOR WORKERSConstruction operated the Seminole Package Stor
I for several months, this week completed -

I a deal purchasing the drug r "Ration Board NotesI Everglades, District And

sundry store located across the highway .
Kiwanis Club has completed 'has been begun this, ,. from the Clewiston' Inn from I. Local Bills Are '

the listing of names of men in our week on the first group of new I I Mrs. Jack Schopenhauer has con-I
Dan Padgett, former owner.
armed forces on the honor roll erected' -I houses designed to relieve the acute I Mr. Simmons states that the' new ,'I j sented to act as community service! DescribedElbert
in the park recently and would the :I chairman of the O. P. A. in Clewis-'
housing 'situation in Clewiston. Ten store will be under management
like for residents of Clewiston to advise ( ton, and her appointment will be I
I foundations have been placed and of Mrs. Frances Simmons and will I L. Stewart returned to
the club of omitted made district office in Tampa
any names best by the -, Clewiston
endeavor to give the possible Sunday from the ,strenuous
from the board so they may be add fifteen_ others will be placed this j This is a volunteer service
I service to its customers. J task of representing Hendry
ed. week. I "We the which Mrs. Schopenhauer has under- in the
deeply appreciate County state legislature and
At present the list includes all I The houses are being built by age which the public has pa.tron-I taken. The main duty of the com- was well-pleased on the whole with
'known white of the Clewiston I service chairman is to assist
men :; Store. the
Home Builders, a Miami i corporation Seminole Package accomplishments of the session.
area. It is planned to post the list I the board in advising the public of
I made it' possible, for us to purchasethe I I I One df the most definite and
of colored men, in service, but this in which H. O. Clarke and E.i II new store and we will continue II I i OPA rulings and regulations as they' I I valuable laws passed by the legislature -

bas not yet been done. 1 Wells are active Mr. Wells is serving I are put into effect.
to give the best possible service to I was the congressional redistricting -
The names posted are: Archer R as superintendent of construc-I our customers there. We hope our I During the next few days the local I' bill, which was planned introduced .
B; Archer C N; Andrews; W G; :AkinT i ration office will mail to 'each per-
tion on the Clewiston work. customers will feel free to make;, and steered, successfully
T Arey W T Avant H H AdamsJ who used fuel oil for heat hot I III I
; ; ; The first unit of twenty-five suggestions to us on making improvements son or through by Mr. Stewart. The problem

; Arvin B W; houses will all be located on Ventura in our stores. If we do II water heating during the past 'year,I of providing for a sixth congressional -
Bryant H M Ballard J H Benson blank for similar
; ; an application a
avenue in two blocks immediately not have in stock what our customers district was not an easy one, and
C W; Bass E R; Brantley J B; best I rtion for the coming year. It is I I, fifteen ,
west 'of Pacific Avenue. The housesare want, we will do our to get I separate suggestions for the
BeardsleyJ W; Bestor R J; BellamyA of the two bedroom and three it for them, even to the extent of hoped that every person who receives I new district were offered.
E; Brewer C L; Burkett 0 L; I ,one of these blanks will fill it, out
1 I bedroom, size, and will be oflered buying it retail and selling it to I Mr. Stewart's bill created the'
Brantley: W L; Bestor G C; BetheaJ for rental immediately on comple- ,them at the same- retail price." immediately and return: it to the sixth district of the group of coun-

C; Bush F D, Jr; Bledsoe J G; BairR i I I tion. The Seminole Package Store has 'board. It will make the greatly detailed ties from the first and second dis-

S; Boone W E; Berry K L; i I I The homes will be of frame construction moved into the larger store-room in work on this rationing' much :'j tricts and includes Hendry, Glades,

,Beardsley D W; j I with asbestos siding walls I the Telephone building, which was easier on the clerks if the"public J II Lee, DeSoto, Palm Beach, Broward,

Chapman R A; 'Cason T; CokerR and slate roofs. I recently vacated by Lee's Dress will cooperate by being prompt in i I Charlotte, Indian River, Marion,

L; Clark J W; Congdon J M; I'I Mr. Wells stated that additional,. Shop. their replies. I( Okeechobee, and St. Lucie. Although
Clark Ed; Claycomb C V; Chapman. One of the chores which faced the
,houses will 'be built as fast as there the bill met with considerable
, "W R; Carlisle D H; Chagaris' Pete; '1 is a demand for them. The alloca- I I I. I IBEARDSLEY ration offices over the state recently -!I I opposition from other sections

I Cantrell G L, Jr; Cox 'H 7VI; Cannon tion which permitted the construc- was that of obtaining a complete I particularly from a group of NorthFlorida

D' B; tion of the houses was made becauseof SPEAKS copy of every menu served in every counties which would have

Daniel B J; 'Daton L L; DuncanJ I the demand for houses by em- restaurant or eating! place, white and, liked to 'have another congressmanfrom

; Davison J E; Dias H L; Dyke' E' ployees of Riddle-McKay Aero col- AT CLUB'S PROGRAM colored, within, the ,board's jurisdiction their own section, Mr. Stew
W; Daniels R'' C; Davison W ; during the period from April
art's division
E\\ lege, but after thoses needs are ,met, ; gave ,such an equable
Duke D D; Domer R V; 4th to' April llth. The Clewislon'
the houses may be rented to otherpersons. distribution of population among
Ehney H; Efford Ed, Jr; Enloe FOR LADIES NIGHT clerks got busy on this assignment the entire group of six districts thatit

TS; j I ,. Mr. Wells said the two bedroom and with the cooperation of the, was passed by a substantial ma-

Frith A D; Ford G M. Jr; Fountain -!! houses would"'rent for $35 per, month eating places, registered' the ClewisIton ; jority in 'both hou'ses.

R E; Fletcher J C; George R. A; office one of about 20 in the
and the three bedroom houses for I Lieutenant Governor Jim Beards- Another matter of great importance -
Golden-'C K; GSrardegu, W H; Guthrie state to file a 100 percent complete
$40. to South Florida is the Everglades
i ley made a talk to Kiwanis at the
S C; Galkmany M H, Jr; Good- I '
I meeting held at the Inn Wednesday report. Drainage District, which was
bread J E R R
; Grayson ; Graham,
under considerable fire during the
night.. In speaking of Kiwanis aims
JJ'; Goff W A; GoinT'S' I and ratings Mr. said that session, 'due largely to the efforts to
; Beardsley
Hughes J T Harris
Senator Ernest R. Graham of
the Clewiston club ranked fourteenth USSC STEERS BRING Miami -
R D Herbertson D, S .
; ; Hooks R R; in vocational': guidance work and ; who would have liked to cut
Hansen E L; Hall J M; Hooks W W; I
I FEW in and ,work and its appropriation to rock bottom.
TEACHERS WILL boys girls urged
Hager R Hathcock K
.H Hooker ; E H ; 91 Clewiston ,members to strive to contribute HIGHEST PRICES AT The district had plans for some legislation -
; ; Hooker J' B;
of its' own, but the matter
towards the raising of that
Hughes R W; Hare L; Hunziker FI! was tinalN' .
ended with the Everglades -
A Higgins Hansen E N RETURN, TOjISCIIOOLOnly1three rating, this year. I : '
.. ; .J.P; ; HarIro..r.f11'C | LIVESTOCK, .AUCTION .' Drairifr&e .District rernsririTKg '
" ;> > HithcockW Mr. Beardsley corapiended the '
; W; Howard JI-V; ; ,
: ( 2 in exactly the"samsf 1us'-as' it was
t James E H;, Joyce D, Jr; Joyce Ci t. ;: I club tot its work of posting{ a roll prior to the session. Mr. Stewart
Jennings L; Jones R W; Jones T A; I members of the Clewis of honor containing names of Clew'iston -
Steers, of the States Sugar, pointed out that the refinancing of,
{ene J P; Kelly L G; Kelly' R W; 'ton school faculty had signed their : men in service. He comparedthe (
the district was based on the leg-
Corporation fattened on molasses'and
Knight. E S; Kirk H L; contracts and returned them to the | Club with other' clubs in the islation of 1941, and that it was to
Lowe L H district and'stated that the atten- lemon grass, again stole the
Lawrence A
; W Lowe
; school ,board, when it met in La-j I (Continued on Page S)
(Continued on page :dance of the Clewiston club rank honors at the weekly auction of the!
8)I Belle Friday night, E. M. Cornette,
ed high in the district., Kissimniee Livestock market Wednesday -I
I member/] from the- Clewiston district i Hendry County Draft
Coast Guard Clears ; I The night, ,was observed as ladies: Eighteen steers, averaging
\ icported. These three were Mrs. E.I[ night and there were many wives 1 1I i FBI
I 983. pounds each 'were sold, .bringing Sought By
H. Holstine J. E. and
Okeechobee Channels Mrs. I and guests of members present. Miss I II f*
Mrs M. Hs Sharpe. I I Irene ,:Forsythe, returned prices ranging from $16.50' to I \ -

I The board also employed Mrs. ary from China, was a mission-I I $17.15'per hundredweight, live I Jack Adams, alias Steve Byrd,

Three repair boats of the regular Geraldine, Galloway as home eco Forsythe spoke, briefly .on her experiences i i i weight. I who registered with the Hendry

United States' Coast Guard are as- nomics teacher for the Clewiston in China, but told a great Six of the eighteen were grade: County selective service board in

signed to a: several ,weeks' job, clear school, at a salary 'of $125 for a nine deal about'' the courage of the Chinese I II Hereford steers, and twelve were 1940, was indicted by federal grand

ing the channels in Lake Okeechobee months' term., 'j I people, who have been bearingthe I I i grade steers of Hereford-Angus I jury in Tampa Friday for violationof
of debris and soil burden of the elective service law.
which has heavy Japanese op-
par Principal R.
W. Turk had previously crosses. The top steer, 1176 pounds, .
tially filled the channels. I pi ession. She said the American people I Adams is a white man, who registered -
signed his
contract and returned -> sold at $17.15 per hundred weight,
Part of the work ot the crews is and government had been placed 199.92 I in Clewiston and left town
it to the board, and M. H. live weight, and produced ;
that of checking buoys, markers, and Sharpe, vocational agriculture teacher on' a, high pedestal in the minds of another at 1128 pounds brought about three weeks later, and has not
aids to navigation in the lake and the Chinese people, who believed I been heard from since. At the timeof
is employed by the rural vocational II $17.00 per hundred weight and to-
replacing them where necessary. The training program and continues in American aid would assist them' in talled $191.76. This 1128 pound. registering he listed William
increasing number of boats throwing back the invaders. I Johnson, operator of Johnson's Fish
and that assignment.The i I steer dressed out at 724 pounds, or '
:barges using the I Camp, as the person. who would:
cross-state water- Guests at the meeting Ser 'which I I
board' has made I were a little better than 64 percent,
I I know his address at any time. He
way means additional replacements .
Hall Mrs. P. M.
geant Bishop is high dressing
for Rosario Cataldo a very average.
to who has been was only a casual acquaintance of
the markers, which I
are often Ms. 'J. E. Beardsley, Miss Irene
damaged when band instructor at LaBelle this year I I I The market report says: : "We believe Johnson, and has never informedhim
rammed by boat or Forsythe, Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mrs.
barge. to continue during' the summer with I I these U. ,S., Sugar steers to be of his address.,
both the LaBelle : G. H. McDuffie, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, load of steers
and best ever
Clewiston band about the
The crews are now working In the 'M Meanwhile, the FBI has Adams,
Mrs. R. C. Wilson, 's. W. N. Martin I I
in Florida. We
pupils. Band auction
practice is scheduledeach to be sold at
vicinity of Clewiston. I Lt. and Mrs. Sismondo, Mrs. N: alias Byrd, on the list of persons for
here since
Tuesday morning at the Clew- also had the largest
,iston 'school, and all pupils who were V. S. Mumford, Mrs. G. H. Small, I the opening day of the market, and whom they are conducting a con-

Colored Selectees Are in the band or who wish to begin the I IMrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs. Elliott they were here to see those steers.." tinuous search.
I Gross, Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs.' W.

All Returned from Camp 'I should study of report some to the band school instrument for prac- I C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Berner, stock Reports market from, which the'Chicago is recognized live-to I Auto Use Tax Stamps

Mrs E. C. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. S. L.
tice. It is
I I understood that unless a be' the highest and best market in;
Crochet, and M. W. Office
Mrs Digg.I Sold At Post
The last good percentage of the band
Heudry County quota of members the United States show that the

colored selectees, who left for Camp I I use the summer practice schedule prices and quality of the steers sold .----

Blanding and military service in it may be discontinued I Riddle, Field Receives by 'the U. S_ Sugar Corporation at The auto use tax stamps went on

May has returned to Hendry intact -I I It is planned to 'have Mr. Cataldo the Kissimmee market compared sale yesterday in the local post office,

not a ,single selectee being kept divide his time between the LaBelle I High Rating As BFTS favorably with that handled in Chi- and the deadline for buying these

for service. 1 and Clewiston bands next year. Mr. I I cago the same day. In fact the top stamps is "on or before July 1st according -

The group included Charlie Williams Cataldo came to Clewiston to lead I RAP cadets at: Riddle-McKay Aero steer in Chicago brought only 5 to Collector of Internal Revenue '

Felda, Robert Lee Brown, the band in its music at the com- College, which operated British Flying i cents per hundredweight more than John L. 'Fahs. These are the
Clewiston, Henry Lee Roberts, Clew mencement after F. G. I the top steer of the sugar orporation's -
.:" \:" program Training School No. 5, made the little things that motorists had such
iston, Otis Seals, transfer from Bessemer Sturchio, band director, entered load In Kissimmee. intacton
highest average on the recent wings a hard time last year keeping
Alabama, Homer Mack, Clewis !
Army service. examination of any of the six British their cars. Some kept them in
ton, Eugene Carter, LaBelle,. Lee
'i" The board also decided to advertise schools in the United States, accord- Dividend is Declared I their pocketbooks some' on the

:,' ., Jennings, transfer from Ensley, Alabama for bids' for placing\ a new roof ing to a report 'released by the RAF i windshield, some on the rear view
::- Joe Sheppard, Clewiston I
on the Clewiston elementary school delegation In Washington." by U sse DirectorsAt mirror and some on the' inside of the
:: Freddie Dukes, transfer from Brent I
:e; '. Alabama. ,r building and for needed repairs to The following are the final. figures headlights, and all in all they werea
I the Harlem school building. I headache to most motorists.
c I No. 5 B.F.T.S. 71 %. I a meeting of the board oft' This year It has been suggested

Summer Band Practice I imiDGU CLUB J ('T'ITIES'I No. :3: B.F.T.S. 65%. I directors of the United States Sugar that the motorist should dampen the

For I No. 6 B.F.T.S. 62%. '" Corporation held June 8th in New windshield Instead of the stamp

Pupils TuesdaysStudents Mrs. A. W. Lawrence was hostessto No.1 B.F.T.S. '61%. ", I York, ,the directors declared participating -' which has a glued surface. This

I members of her 'bridge club at No. 4 B.F.T.S.: 60 % I dividend number 3 on the method has proved satisfactory:

who have played and who her home Tuesday evening. Mrs. R. Also included in the report was series A preferred stock, at the rate keeping the stamp Intact on the

wish to play In the school band will, J. Lee made high score, Mrs. Law- the following statement: "The en-f; of ten cents per share. The dividendis I windshield.

have instruction and band practice at rence second and Mrs. Walter Webb couraging! feature is the fine resultsof payable to holders of record June Stamps In the denomination of

f.' the school building each Tuesday low. ;NO. 5 B.F.T.S. whichhas the 18th. 1943 and is payable June $5.00 will evidence the payment of

j '," from 10 a. m. till '3 p. m. All such Refreshments of apple pie a la best overall results, besj 'subject results 28th 1943. the car use tax for the fiscal year

r:", (students should report to, the school I mode with coffee were served to and is well up to, standard In The directors also declared div- beginning, July 1 1943. They; are

: Tuesday at 10 o'clock and R. Ca- Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. R. M. Hare all respects.: They also have the idend Number 15 on the common numbered serially and have provisions

; ,'jtaldo, who will ,be band instructor Jr., Mrs G. E. Crow, Mrs. Glen three highest candidates, Cadet Perk- stock at the rate of ten cents per on the back for make model,

will assign them a time for their' I Etherton., Mrs. Webb, Mrs. Lee and ins securing 86%, a figure that has share to holders of June 18th payable serial number and license' number of

lessons: 'v 4._ the hostess. 28th 1943. the vehicle.
once June ,
.,. only previously been excelled. l ,
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Attu Victory Brings U. S. Nearer Tokyo; S2aU : .

Food Production 7WHEN ,:,"'
Flood Menaces
W EA ON Damage ; '-:
a dog 'tries to be so "\
,1 vMI I M. + Labor Stirred by Lewis Bid to AFL; sWNUkn sc he means it. That's "

D. C. more than we can say for a lot
Churchill: 'Bomb Jap Cities to 'Ashes'EDITOR'S Washington Picture Postcards: :of people.It .

MEETING WITH THE The visual poetry of the Lincoln is curious how a Pullman
PRESIDENT Memorial porter never fails to
1 that warms your spirit recognize the
( NOTE: When opinions are expressed In these column, they are those of '
Certain senators who have been Western Newspaper Union. news analysts and not necessarily of this newspaper.) and finds a home among your mem- really great. .

working backstage for a stream- _______________ Released by Western Newspaper/Union. __- ories ., Modern Federal buildings When, a pessimist looks ahead, .
lined "war cabinet" got some inter- displaying their best' architectural all he can see is a headache.

esting ammunition when they cross- manners, overlooking slum areas Love makes the world around
examined one of the President'sclose bruised by poverty ., Cherry it takes money to square go it. .-
associates at a closed-door ; trees wearing dainty blossoms If
tt you are so unhappy as to havea
committee meeting. Firing" squads of reporters shooting foolish friend, be yourself wise.
They learned that cabinet meet- ;( ___ fr 1wr sassy queries at public officials dur- You have
ings, except for an increase in the ing press conferences Home- of the cloud to be on the other side
number of participants, still are be- s f, ... T ; less rumors racing from place to see silver lining. :."
ing conducted on an informal, cracker l ,4 place about town The sun ',", :
barrel basis, with no plan or ( &t7S t > wrapping its beauties around the
system. long stone finger of the Washington FOR V
The weekly meetings are conducted Monument Lobbyists greeting MINOR 1BURNS' MOROLIHE

without an agenda. Cabinet of- those who can do them favors as CUTS PETROLEUM JELLY @ -
ficers and agency heads never know though they meant it.
what will be discussed from weekto I
week, frequently come unpre- The majestic atmosphere of the
pared for policy questions that af- Supreme Court edifice where people Fish Don't Drink
fect th'em. converse in soft whispers for fear of Fish live in water, breathe it,

Senators who have been digginginto p.1j : scratching the varnished silence ut never drink it. They get r '
the matter feel that the White ', Nervous fingers of typewriter keys mough moisture in their food. t;
House secretariat should contact department drumming out details of the Gov- ,
''ir: r' ivr S, \ ernment's business .
and agency heads several sy / Pretty gals i
days before a cabinet meeting to who came to the capital for glamourand t
learn what problems they want to excitement, hemmed in by hard WJIuJSu/?

discuss with the President. On the work'during the day and surroundedby 1 aches and pains ol
basis of this, as well as matters the loneliness at night. RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
President himself intends to bringup ; '
an advance memorandum couldbe Legislators who crossed swords I
prepared and distributed before t s' during public debate, ping-ponging
the meeting. __ ___ 1_.__* __ friendly words in cloakrooms .

Besides regular cabinet officers, Feted from one end of the country ,to the other for his exploits in The Capitol Dome whitewashed with
there are usually a dozen other top shooting down the record number of 26 Jap pianos, Marine Capt. Joseph moonlight, the star among the city's
government officials at White House Foss received from President Roosevelt the Congressional Medal of Honor sights Swanky old mansions
sessions, including Harry Hopkins, for "outstanding: heroism and courage above and beyond the call of duty." reeking of history, now serving as

Manpower Chief Paul McNutt, WPB Photo shows, left to right: President Roosevelt; Mrs. Mary Foss, mother ordinary boarding houses for gov- Large Bottle! nlb"rar..IJ.1 o-Small Size 60 I
Chief Donald Nelson, Farm Czar of the air hero; Captain Foss and his wife, June, adjusting the medal ernment workers. IT ill ODD DBDC STOlES or tl Hill a mu>t II(price
Chester Davis, Economic Stabilizer around his neck.ALEUTIANS. MCNEIL DRUG CO.. inc.
James Byrnes; Admiral William D. Nerve centers of war agencies 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville.Florida

Leahy. : FLOODS : sprinkled with lights' all night, be-
Time was when disputes between cause war is a 24-hour job I
departments and agencies were Tokyo Gets NearerThe Peril Farm Output Human pell-melling through hotel

ironed out at a cabinet meeting, but Japanese government had Ruined crops, inundated cities, lobbies The well-manicured
not now. Even disputes affecting ,prepared the civilian population ofI damaged homes and casualties from tussels among social leaders to ,.
major military and domestic policies Nippon for the fall of Attu throughthe I drownings resulted from the disas- get important guests The Li- f 1"f
'are passed over. Favorite trickof medium of a report indicating i trous flood that started in Midwestern brary of Congress drenched with :"'
department heads, who have a that the last defenders of the Aleutian farm states and spilled south culture, while people in buildings [1
ticklish matter their minds is to around it are sweating to protect
on Islands outpost were making a from rivers and streams flowing into
wait until the meeting is finished, death stand against attacking American the Mississippi'river.. everything it stands, for. !
then pass a note to the President
troops. As and
emergency crews troops
stating their particular problem, While the Japs were singing their had toiled to check the rise of flood The best-dressed men in town-
with a request for a private audi- Attu swan song, reports from Wash- waters.and hold down damage from ,Hoover's G-men. They are also the "i

ence. ington had disclosed the strategic breaks in Mississippi river levees hardest punchers and the straightest )
*- moves that had succeeded in bot- protecting rich farm lands and war shooters '. Uppity embassy par- .:1
,FOUR GERMANS WATCH U. S. A., tling the enemy up.rr.wo: American ties which provide a showcase for
plants, weather bureau officials at- Preserve Our Liberty -.
There are four ,Germans t who columns, landed on opposite sidesof tributed the flood to unprecedentedMay good manners and stale gossip-. ,
know the United States better than the island, had joined and trappedthe rains. A soldier and a girl holding hands, Buy U. S. War BondsMFDICATFD
any others. Where they are now Japs on a narrow front on the on a park bench, while a,few blocks ,
In Illinois alone the continuous
reveals what importance Hitler attaches northwestern end of Attu. away decisions are made that will
to the United States and its rains had destroyed 100,000 acres of affect their whole future Tots
influence on the neutral countries.For Japs Warn RedsAs corn, wheat and oats. Other states calmly strolling into schools to learn Soothe i itch of ample
all four Germans are locatedin reporting serious crop destructionwere history, as it is being made all uir.uiuMir.iirashe3with Mexaanaf
American air power thus POWDER FOR formerly Mexican:
neutral where : Indiana, Missouri, Arkansas, around them.
key capitals they
moved closer to Tokyo, the Japs HeatPowder. Relieve
Kansas and Oklahoma. The flood
can watch Americans and keep their FAMILY USE diaper rash,heat rash.
showed their unrest. Apparently the
losses represented a critical threatto ,
for of U. S.
ears open news diplo- Alleged secrets being hushed about
success of Allied bombings of Ger- the nation's epochal wartime food '
matic and military maneuvers, and from place to place. Most of them I,
many had stirred the;" Japanese gov- production crusade The damage :j
counteract American influence. ernment to the dangers ahead resulted not only from alreadyin are slices of bunk that start from Languages in India {i!
Here are the four German expertson should the United Nations be crops nowhere and end in the same ,place More than 200 !
per- but from serious delays in plant- languages are \!
the U. S. A. The exclamation point excite-
mitted by Russia to use Siberian ing corn and other vital cereal spoken in India. D
Franz von Papen, German mili- bases. ment around war agencies, where ;'
tary attache in Washington duringthe The result was a Tokyo broadcast decisions are made that affect ,,
last war when he engineered reported by the British warning Rus- CLOTHES : Americans everywhere today, and ))1
plans to blow up the Welland canal sia that "if in the future she ever history tomorrow .' Horn-blowing d
and brain-trusted various other put her Siberian bases at the i I disposal May Avoid Rationing motorists in traffic jams giving your l

sabotage. of the United States, the Japa- Rationing of clothing and other nerves a toothache. '(
Hans Heinrick Dieckhoff, ex-ambas- nese army will resort to a blitzkriegand textiles may be avoided as a resultof
sador to Washington and one of the will deal upon her the heaviest plans worked out between offi- Tails of parked cars growing at \ .
most skillful to be stationed here in blowsRussia, has ever known." cials of the War Production board every public building Movie i

years. and retail clothing dealers, it was theaters, jukebox joints, saloons, i.t
Hans Thomsen, counselor and AFL TO LEWIS : announced in Washington. dancehalls, giving the entertainment \

change d'affaires of the German em- 'Come Back Home' Under the new plan the WPB will sector a whiff of Broadway's atmo- .v- .t.tI I
bassy after Dieckhoff left Washing- make possible'increased productionof sphere. 'But all gayety simmersdO1J"Il .tf
ton.Kurt Unpredictable John L. Lewis more essential types of clothingand to a whisper at midnight .tt f
Sell, correspondent of the of- mocked at the door of the American textiles. At the same time retailers Uppity salons where intellectuals i l
ficial German Federation of Labor carrying in twiddle their
News Agency DNB, have promised to revise cer- gather to opinions and t
long stationed in Washington wherehe his hand_an, application for the re- tain practices and develop new juggle yawns The many ,thriving 5f 5- '
was generally popular. Unof- admission of his United Mine Workers. methods designed to relieve palmists, astrologers and other '
ficially he acted frequently for the Just eight years before he had sure 'on the industry."We pres- members of the crystal-ball brig- f
German Embassy. torn; the parent union asunder in the ade.
believe we can avoid clothes 1
greatest labor schism in history.
In Europe these four are now stationed -
rationing and other textiles this win-
as 'follows; Von Papen in That the door would be opened Ctowds waiting for tables in eat-
ter and perhaps indefinitely, if we
Turkey; Dieckhoff iri Spain; Thomsen wide to the errant Mine Workers get adequate support from the pub eries, waiting in the clogged traffic, a
in Sweden; and Sell in Portugal. .was evident from AFL President waiting for interviews, waiting for t
lic, said an official statement. '
These are countries which, if they William Green's 'announcement that rooms. While natives of the Capital
moved their neutral position one the federation's executive councilwas CHURCHILL: City, wait for the war to end so that
way or the other, 'might decide the considering Lewis' applicationin they can fit themselves into normal
fate of thewar. an "orderly and sympatheticway. 'Hitler First; laps Next9War lives again Politicos, treated .
." Green said 'he personally to the death on Japan but like pleasant thoughts when they had .

DEFEAT IN BURMA welcomed the miners and remindedthe defeat of Hitler first was the recipefor power, being ignored like a cigarettebutt ,
public that for seven or eight complete United Nations' victory as soon as they lose, their jobs. : 4 '
Recent events in Burma unfortu-
years he had said the latch string prescribed by Prime Minister Wins- u-
nately one-time have pretty much puncturedthe was; out and he wanted the miners ton Churchill in his historic speech The sign: "Washington, The CityBureauful"
world-beating reputa- 'to come back home." before Twilight's velvety .
tion of Gen. Sir Archibald P.: Wavell, What effect Lewis' move would congress. glow coating the city with its nat- ;:;

supreme commander in the India- have on the present peace negotia- Answering congressional critics ural cosmetics, which most peopleare "Dive Bombing" mosquitoes"Four -
who Britain would
predicted that
Burma theater. tions between the AFL and the CIO too busy to notice The out- Motor" flies-are just two of
The Japs are reported to have leave the burden of defeating Japanto the insect-enemiesthatwagewaron
of-tune symphony of sounds that
which Lewis founded and later quit )
about in Burma. America, Mr. Churchill pledgedthe battlefronts... _
only 50,000
men was not immediately evident. starts in the morning, snowballs into our soldiers on many !
How many the British have in the empire to war side by side with an avalanche by mid-day, begins to and two reasons why the army uses :,
entire India area is a military secret EUROPE: the United States "while there is still evaporate as evening piles shadowsin such vast quantities of FLIT and our ':.
but it can't be breath in bodies and while blood
less than a million. our corners and buries itself in the other insecticides.
However, there is one factor miti- Air Blasts ContinueIn flows through our veins." He prom- silence of midnight The un- For these super-slayers kill many ;
gating the otherwise dismal fiascoof the wake of ebbing'flood waters ised, further, that British air power buttoned atmosphere of week-ends, vicious foreign pests Just as they
General Wavell-most of'his that had swept disastrously throughGermany's will join with American to bomb Jap when humans get a chance to catch mow down household insects hero
army is Indian. industrial Ruhr valleys i cities and war industries, adding: their breath. at home! '
Indian troops have fought well in from the Eder and Moehne dams, "In ashes they must surely lie' be- FLIT has the AA Rating. the ;;
other wars, but not in this one. shattered by RAF bombs, American fore peace comes to the world." Trains coughing out mobs arriving highest established for household ;

Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, vi- Flying Fortresses inflicted further He defended present United Na- in town, and gobbling'those about to insecticides by the ILS. 4 1
tally interested in reopening the punishment on the Nazis in attackson tions strategy founded on the judg- leave Small patches on the seat Bureau of Standards. .' l'
Burma road, recently has hinted at submarine and shipbuilding ''ment of President Roosevelt, him- of government eager to grab public- Buy a bottle-today! ;'
the reason. yards at Kiel and Flensburg, 40 self and their military advisers that ity (spotlight crazy) and impress
Would it not' be better, he'actfully miles away. "while defeat of Japan would not constituents back home Empty
suggested, to settle India's political Air Force communiques said the mean the defeat of Germany, the de- chairs in the House 'and'Senate, be- FLITw I:
problems rather than lose China? In unescorted bombers had left both feat of Germany would infalliblymean cause legislators do most of their I
other words, Indian troops with no targets in flames and shot down the ruin of Japan." work in committee rooms-when 0.1543

independence to look forward to, are many enemy fighter planes that had Greater aid for both China and they're not doing' things they
not going to fight their best. tried to ward them off. Russia were promised by ChurcMll. shouldn't be 'doing.






of Thought, rI PEAKING


BE NOT AFRAID of life. Be- i !]
that life is worth liv- I !

ing, and your belief will help 7 1 p RTs 'J

create the fact. William u\\j The constant use and washing of

James. silver gives it the "butler" finish

There is no use burying the a e 8 1 7Bh ; i1 you find on heirloom silver.

hatchet unless everyone con- nn e *
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cerned forgets where it was put. When soil in which house plantsare

'" He who has a thousand friends COUNT FLEET, the horse of the potted becomes more like clay

Has not a friend to spare, year, may easily become the, than loam it may be lightened by
And he who has an enemy horse of the century. Winner of the adding sand to it. 'Plants grow

Will meet him eieryuhere. Wood the Derby and the Preakness best in this kind of soil.
the Count has been end-
You can never have a greateror compared e *
lessly to Man o' War. The to
less dominion than that urge
a To separate lettuce remove the
over yourself. Leonardo daVinci. compare them will grow. if he goeson core, then let water from faucet
to win the other
rR,..;"'\ .I:,;:.;.:...;; for which he threeyearoldstakes be pointed.At flow into the head until pressureof
A little thing is a little thing, may water forces leaves apart. If
but faithfulness in little thingsis one time Count Fleet could still firm let head stand in cold

a very great thing. have been bought for $4,500 or'less water to cover.
from John D. Hertz., His possibilities -
' : .- seemed far from outstanding.He .

; was rather an odd looking year- Trial Sans PrisonerWhen
:. : S KIR\O \ hsw ling, and even Hertz, student of

'; ;;,-,1. EXTERNAL CAUSE breeding and distinguished turfman, a man indicted for a
. .? :- acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and : was lucky to hold on to him. He crime committed in Panama is 'a
; .- l ugly broKen-out skin. Millions relieve just didn't look like he'd turn intoa
'. i miseries with simple home treatment. fugitive from justice, his trial is
Goes to work at once. Direct action, aids winning race horse. held without his while
" 1 works the antiseptic Use presence,
;, healing way.
Black and White Ointment only as dl- But the fact that such a horse as the witnesses for the prosecutionare
'. : .. I I reeled.lOc.25c.50c sizes. 25 years success. the Count could have been'purchased alive, available and of sound
.; II:Dfoney-back.guarantee. t 3T Vital In
I cleansing Is Rood soap. Enjoy famous for so little shouldn't influence you memory,I says Collier's. Recently,
,/ '(Black and White Skin Soap dally. into quitting your job in search of a a safecracker began a six years'

bargain race horse. Joe Williams, sentence within an hour after being

a New York sports writer, tells the captured, his trial and conviction -

results of a study made by Col. Joe having taken place three years

" ("SHAVE with SHELBY'AND Estes of ,Lexington, a national authority before. .

I 6 on the subject.

Results of the Study What is the most welcome gift
you can send to a man in the

SHARPERBECAUSE I Last Word in Deliciousness Chicken Chowder! 'h"1 Colonel ,Estes made a study of all service? Well, surveys among
the thoroughbred foals born in 1934
(See Recipe Below) service men themselves show that
". THEY'RE and followed them through to 1939, or one of the favorite packages from

/] THINNER Get Your Protein!' through four years of racing. home are cigarettes. And first

double edge Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu Here are the results-and they area choice among men in all the services -

e or lingle edge There's no ,reason why you should typical illustration: is Camel, based on the actual

hot be getting your necessary pro- Of the 4,834 foals born in 1934, sales records in Post Exchanges
'Chicken Chowder
4 for 10e tein into your daily menus, or why Crackers 3,080 survived to get to the track, and Canteens. Though there are
Manufactured and guaranteed by using meat alternates, i.e.foods'you Chefs Salad or 63 per cent, which means that now Post Office restrictions on

Federal Razor Blade Co., N. Y.DON'T .' -use alternately with, meat- Stewed Rhubarb Cookies 37 per cent never started in,a single packages to overseas Army men,
should become a dull or difficult race. Of the 3,080 that did get to you can still send Camels to soldiers -
Beverage in the U. S. and to Sailors
problem. *Recipes Given the races, 2,099 won one or more ,
Here's your opportunity to show races, this being less than 50 per Marines, and Coast Guardsmen
your family what a really smart cent. wherever they are.-Adv.
stock. Simmer until vegetables are
CONSTIPATIONSLOW homemaker are-for you i 1 tender. Add corn, milk, and season- According to Williams, the Colo
you can further that the
nel's study shows
I ings. Heat thoroughly, stirring oc
their ad-
keep St.Joseph'WORLD'S
YOU UP miration up for casionally. Season to taste with ad- average starter in this grouping ran :

When bowels are sluggish and you you ditional salt and pepper, if desired. in 32.2 races during the four-year -
{t- irritable, headachy, do as millions by serving an rF,1 Serve very hot with crackers, hard period studied. The average horse URGES! SELLER ATUJi
-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern endless variety of ;' won 3.7 races and earned $3,553.
rolls toast.
chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew good and or
egg This amounted to an average of $108a
FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed chicken dishes, Make good use of crisp, cool vege- Victory With Unanimity
taking only in accordance with package and fish in all its tables to go into a salad with the start. ,Victory is always where there is
directions-sleep without being dis- Only 226 of the 4,834 foalsaboutone
Chicken Chowder to round out themeal
These foods protein- unanimity.-Publilius Syrus.
variety. are
turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough : out of 21-earned as much as
relief, helping you feel swell again. Try rich and with a little ingenuity you :
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy can make a star performer out of Chef's Salad. .x 1000.; There were 157 stakes win- FOR QUICK RELIEF
,and economical.A generous family supplyIFEENAMINT many of them. Serves_ 6 ners, less than 4 per cent of the total. e .r

. costs only Chicken comes beautifully to the 1 head lettuce Yes,. Count Fleet. could have been

f> 10* rescue for; t's-a.good, complete,protein ,2 tomatoes, cut in quarters purchased for a, ridiculously low '-'

and the supply is good, espe- 4' spring onions, cut fine price, and he.already has won more A SoothingaNnsePric C /A** LV' fid
f' cially at the present time. Use 2 hearts of celery, cut fine than 200000. But Count Fleet isn't
Used by thousands with satisfactory re*
-Buy War Savings Bonds- chicken wisely, however, a little bit 2 hard-cooked eggs, quartered just another race horse. He's a suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredients.
of it combined with other foods can I Wash lettuce and dry in towel. minor miracle.Premature Get Carboil at drug stores or write

make a meal or more out of one i Break lettuce apart, but do not'cut.. Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville TenDoFor

chicken. Here's an example: Place in chilled bowl and add remaining -
Chicken Chowder. ingredients. Toss lightly,together Give the Count a little time and ONLY 10 Now

i I (Serves 6)' with french dressing. he may hang up as fine a record as
HOT FIMHESIf Another good dish using chicken, Man o' War. But the comparison is ;:Jiii_ Less than
diced chicken
1 cooked
t L cup a complete protein food and spa- somewhat premature for the mo-
.', suffer from hot flashes,dizziness 2 ounces salt pork, finely diced; .
you ghetti usually classified as a second ment. The Count has won only three rl

weak,,distress nervous of"Irregularities"Irritable, blue, are at 4 or tablespoons chicken fat class protein food, is combined in major engagements as a three-year- RIIIPAQ;

times-due to the functional"middleage" this way: old while Man o' War, having skippedthe
2 to 4 tablespoons onion, finely
period In a woman'slifetry
Lydia E. Plnkhaxn's Vegetable chopped Spaghetti. and Chicken Casserole.. Wood and the Derby, went on tI1i
Compound-the best-known 2/ potatoes diced (Serves 8) to win the Preakness, the Withers, ';
cups '
medicine you can buy today that's the Belmont the Dwyer the Travers I'
made especially women. 1 cup celery, diced V cup chicken fat or shortening 'j dose
4 .'' plnkhatn's Compound has helped 2 cups chicken stock J/4 cup chopped onion and the Lawrence Realization and mu only a

'.'., .. thousands' upon thousands of women 1 No. 2 can kernel corn A cup flour the Jockey Club Stakes, with a few /Use as directed.
: ; to relieve such annoying symp 2 chicken stock minor triumphs scattered among
:: toms.Follow label directions. Pink- 'I tall can evaporated-milk cups I
"': --:. ham's Compound Is worth tryinglTOCATCHA Vi teaspoon paprika 1 cup grated cheese them. But time may see the Count

.: : t' teaspoon ginger '1 cup cooked tomatoes equal this record, or better it.
- 1 teaspoon salt 2 cups diced chicken However, it isn't necessary to go

teaspoon pepper 1 8-ounce package spaghetti, cooked all the way back to Man o' War to

' 2 tablespoons chopped parsley Vz cup buttered bread crumbs make comparisons. In 1937 War Ad-

: ; Cook salt pork in sauce pan over Melt fat and cook onions slowly miral, as a three-year-old, was kick- SNAPPY PACTS

\ low heat until lightly browned. Add for 10 minutes. Add flour stir well ing up a lot of dust. In case you've
''. chicken and onion add stock, stir- forgotten, he was quite a horse.
\'. ..... -
...., ., and cook un- ring constantly, 'I War Admiral was similar' to the RUBBERConsidering

; :: >; .. -- ;:---... tf til onion is soft, until thickened. ., "1-, Count in quite a few ways. He won 4
; !
; 0'--------- .. but not browned. Add cheese and ... 1 only three of his six starts as a

:: :: V" = ) c 1)) "... I Add potatoes, celery stir until melted. V two-year-old, but found himself as

.; '__. ..... __ and chicken Blend in tomatoes '. I\, a three-year-old. He won the Chesa-
( .. : _
;: : .. and chicken. \: '
: 1\\ -- ';,\' ',7 peake Stakes, the Derby, the Preak-
Place chicken ness and the Belmont. Injured in cost of oil, gas,
H. f Lynn _Says: mixture and spaghetti alternately in the Belmont, he was laid up until tires and upkeep it is estimated -
that the cost of driving
casserole. Cover with but-
(. 1II greased fall when he returned to Marylandto the average car for 1000
.,? /' i The Score Card: Consumerscan tered crumbs. Bake for 25 minutes win two stakes at Laurel, and miles at 45 miles per hour is

. :, I '" do a lot in stamping out the in a 375-degree oven. climaxed his campaign by winningthe $22.03.At 25 mph and the at 35 cost mph Is
.i" cut to $14.38
.: .' _!..--_ illegal sale of meat by makingsure Oatmeal Pudding. first Pimlico Special. it is held to$17.88.
' ,, (Serves, 6)
that all meat they buy comes
.}',I : '... ..." / and the Netherlands
' ,,' from a carcass which carries the 2 cups. canned peaches, fre h Two DefeatsAs Malaya
( .. Indies were the only sources
rhubarb apples2
; _.. or
', necessary stamps the permit a four-year-old the Admiralwon natural :rubber in the world
>: ; f1'-.._ number of the slaughterer and a tablespoons lemon juice nine times in 11 starts. His which had been successfully exploited -

,- ::-'V. grade stamp. teaspoon cinnamon twin defeats came in the Massachu- to on important extent
j <"; Ceiling prices are in effect in 1 tablespoon buttercup setts Handicap, when he ran out of prior to the present war. ,

: ', ... The SLING SHOT METHOD Is many areas for meat. They are Yt melted shortening the money for the only time in his Rubber and gas rationing did :

:-r;. ::: most direct and effective, especially posted by the butcher near meat, 1A cup brown sugar life, and in the Pimlico Special, notdrasticallycutmotortruckoperations j
;" if baseballs, bricks or broken counters and you can consult % cup sifted flour which was a match race with Sea- figures showthatduring last year. Official 1942 :

furnace parts are used as pellets. them 'when buying your meat. Vs teaspoon salt biscuit. His victories included the trucks hauled an estimated
Chief objection to method: broken teaspoon soda 46 billion ton miles of freight
have about
I Changes come on Widener the Wilson, the Saratoga
windows, cracked plaster and a % cup quick-cooking oatmeal on main rural highways compared -
row with the neighbors. An easier the bread situation. No more vanilla Handicap, the Whitney and the with 46.7 billion in the
14 teaspoon
flies is double or triple wrapping is allowed Jockey Club gold cup. more normal 1940.
way get toTANGLEF00T. fruit in shallow
for bread and rolls. No Arrange greased
baking dish. Sprinkle with lemon The Count has captured the public's
Catdt uI/ more leftover bread or rolls can
juice and cinnamon and dot with imagination. Even when he
be returned to the baker
nor can from his rivals the race ..... .
butter. Combine melted shorteningand runs away _. I
there be any fancy racks for displaying _u -
bread. brown sugar. Sift flour, salt'' is thrilling. The Preakness, for instance ,. u'j' "
resembled a contest only for ... F' -,, ,' I I.
Retail bakers are limited to 15 and soda together and mix the oat- .Y. :.
varieties of bread and nine va- meal. Blend in sugar mixture the split second that the colts came ,. (..M i:,,', \ 'i

rieties of rolls in one week. Manyof crumbling well, then add vanilla. out of the gate. New Moon was a ::"'..:., ..::".... _n ..n''''c' u--- .,,- .- jYM ,
It is the
old reliable that never (ails.to these measures Spread over fruit and bake for 45 stride in front. Then Jhe Count took
are designed to
c Always economical to use and not minutes in a 350-degree oven. the lead. It was no longer a race.
rationed. For sale at drug keep bread prices down.
grocery stores.TBETABGlEi22T. Although outwardly, bread Serve warm with pudding sauce. But a great colt was out there run- B.EGoodrieht
ning magnificently. He increased his
trimmings have been stripped,
the insides are better. All white Are_ you having difficulties planning lead to five lengths, then moved just
meals with points? Stretching your meats?
fast enough to hold it there.
bread must be
now enriched.
Lynn Chambers can give you help if you i
Each loaf of white bread must write her, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed There was no close finish, but the
contain not less than three partsnor envelope for your reply, in care of onlookers roared their appreciation.
)1"y I more than four parts of milk her at Western Newspaper Union 210 They were paying their homage to
CO. i I1 GG
Grand Rapids, htit4 ;, 7londs solids to 100 parts of flour. South Desplaines Street, Chicago, Illinois. a champion. .
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assignment. Elbert enlisted No- l service, either.. In fact, he's, 'expecting June 16,- Stamp 18 becomes.

'The Clewiston News I and that's right in the midst completed of the vember 17th, having waited for his a different assignment after this valid. h

work. They ,have just first weekin 17th birthday to go into the service. week and perhaps there'll be news of .
collecting menus for the him for the next issue. Tires
foodin He's in aviation branch,of the Navy. ,
Friday in Clewistot;,! April from every place serving Persons entitled to 240 miles per" l
Published every and
:Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, the'Clewiston area-white and studying in a RATIONINGCALENDAR month gas rations are eligible for-. ,. I !
Holland is
job, Jimmy
IDC. colored: And it was ,some officersup I either Grade I or Grade II tires.. :: (Ii;
they had plenty of fun at it. 'Baked I I school for non-commissioned ';"; '
itemson at Fort Knox! Kentucky.: He's '
KEATHLnY BOWMEN, Editor coon, was one of the choicest Gas / ,; \;
in the armored force, and has been .
J the menu. i July. 21-No. 5 coupons in A
work two months. Incidentally,
due to their hard in service
It was Meats, Cheese, Fats Canned Fish book expire. Applicants for supplementary ';,
'100 school, there has '
Clewiston office rated his lowest grade..in '
second ,class mall matter: that Still another boy makes June 6-L- red stamp becomes gas rations must secure i'!: .
Entered as percent in filing these menus, too. been 94% ., .
February 1. 1927, at the-Pest Office IrClewiston valid, certificate from the official car- I I'
Florida un.ler the Act of, were not many offices in the good. \
There ,
I sharing committee. ,
March ,3. '1897.Subscription that rating. June, 30- J and K red stamps ex- ; I
state given pire. f fI
,- Mrs. Doke gave us.a dollar this [ I Fuel Oil .' I''

Rate $:.00 Per Yenr. Our curiosity will get the betterof week for a year's subscription (that's '1 Sept. 30-Present fuel oil ticket l I'

Rates Application.. us one of these days, and we'llfind Serviceman's rate) toher, husband. Canned, Fruit and Vegetables' expire and new heating period be- l j:
.AilTerUftlug what it's all about. Clewiston June 7-G, H and J blue stamps I "
out 'Doke made such a high average on !! gins, I
; expired. ,
Guard S
members of the Coast his examinations when he went into -,. .. I
Devoted to the advancement and iveL are sporting bright and putting July 7-K, L and M,blue stamps I I
Auxiliary instead of ,'
the service that Harold Teen
fare of :Clewifeton and Henary County. trips to expire. says \ \1
shining uniforms, making him in postal ,service, where he I 1 \

---- Palm Beach more- or less regularly; wanted to go, they put him\, in a j'

I spending hours_ up on the levee practicing medical replacement training cen- / Sugar ;

Semaphore, wigwagging, ,and ter. He's still wondering if they Aug. 15-Stamp 13 good for five "
NATIONAL : the like. 'And you should hear their want to make 'a doctor out of h itn pounds expires; stamps 15 and 16 \ /f; \

'- ASSOCIJITION i conversationtommy: guns machine and says' he'lIdo, his best, but he'd good for ,five pounds if ,needed for .. : .

m4J ; guns depth charges, all roll rather work the mail. 4 canning; persons needing additional I ',;

I glibly off their tongues. ::Maybe allotments for canning may applyat t 'f

they're trying to impress us! If so, ration boards. L' .
I they are successful; for we are certainly And Si Sias, who went in the same

CONGRATULATIONS : impressed with anything the time Doke did, did not get postalBishopWilson Coffee

work at seriously. --- -- -
members so ---- --
I r'toted -: June 30-Stamp 24, good for one

Clewiston' has every: right to be !, pound, expires. -

proud of Elbert Stewart, its representative :I ..............................NN'." ..N..MN. .......................NNN.. .. ......NNN.. .. .....N I '
in the legislature, who I Shoes "On the level folks, we've all got t9\\
this we'ek.with buy more War Bonds! Let's tbat\ .
returned from Tallahassee I June '15-Stamp 17 expires. top \I ii' j.
of legislative 10% by New Year's.. \I
as fine a record I __1________ _0_ '
man in that With
august accomplishments body. as any I ;7:":": :":":":":":":": :":":":":":":":":":":..:":":":..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:.

Mr. Stewart has long represented!

the county in Tallahassee and is one 1 '; Our Boys F1L : CLEWISTON ,

of the veteran legislators upon whose ,, 4 ;

experienced shoulders falls the burden .

of the session., in theService I / J GOLF COURSE l

In addition to "carrying the ball"on J. I ::..

many of the general measures s. .:.. 1

passed, Mr. Stewart achieved a real 't :: :=:

the creation of the 6th I I j
triumph in I .: : ;

congressional group of counties district in this to ''include section.Mr. a :!:: 'y I. I .. ,: -./ :.:.

Stewart had studied the ques- W'1'H ..s... .:..

last tion legislature of redistricting and felt ever that since it was the M:":":":":":":":":":":":".MNMN/NM. : .NNMISN,1yN. . : '1'S"INS" :.:.', \ 0 The, Number of Golfers Is Steadily, ., i ''

pp .. .. .:.. :
to come
one of. the major questions The issue this week will cause 6 '.' \ "

up this year. He had prepared him- pangs of homesickness to those in ) ND 1 *: Increasing :_

self ,with a worthy proposal and was .service far away from 'Clewiston for I.:. ......
ready to expound its merits to all I unusual number of .. .:...

who questioned the wisdom of the I there"lucky were dogs"an this week who were at I I ..s..' 0 i ..- ,..................................................+Oo............ -: .1..1.....

bill. Because he could defend the I' .S. :
home furlough. ; \
'plan against all opponents and be-! None on were any luckier than Joe .. .". .. \0'1 ::::

cause he could find suggested the flaws in he other was Hall either. Joe and Ardis came. '1',0 APP6Y =:;:::1, :' Good, Greens :
plans were down from Camp Funston, Kansas, -Ie EASY HOURS ; =

able to carry his bill through to a I for a furlough. Ardis is to remain DRESN A fEW b ?

successful is' entirely passage.It fitting. that such an here while Joe goes on maneuvers. -Ie NO MORE .. ................................................................. I .:.: 'j"
arrived his' brother, CosTS =
Just ,before Joe -' :
achievement should crown the effortsof SH1\\.AC IA ..
to Safety Harbor THAN I:: < :
Sherwood, had gone 0
veteran legislator? .' *_ .: :' ..,, '"''-;. nA..
Hendry's to visit their 'sister, Mrs. Raymond + :... "'. ,:' <. ,1. -\ : '" T-nr .

I I Allen. So Sherwood and Mrs. Allen ?: '''Meet Your Own, Friends There '%,' .:. ,

,..:NN. .MNNMMNN. . :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NM., :M.NMNN. : I I hurried to Clewiston. Jimmy Hall v i"1"' (' .*:.

I' arrived from Georgia! Tech about the X X *-

same time for a short stay home be- :: 'r" :!

RAMBLINGS .1 LI fore leaving for military service on 0um' :: {:

made it about one '
By B. B. I the 21st. that .
hundred percent for the Hall family. LumberCompany .:1 ;

..:..: :...;..:..; :..:..:..NIN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Bob and Dick Patterson had the yv
- ------- 'I
I ,same luck, too. Dick came home MEMBERSHIP
:: YEARLY ::
The Kh..anis.committee that has: from Gainesville and :will enter mili-

the -roll",.of honor in charge really I'I'tary service shortly. Bob got a furlough Phone 88 Clewiston, .Fla,. GREEN FEES
has a'task on its hands. If you ever and arrived from Fort Sill for DAILY t

tried service' to you'll get! a list know of just all-the what boys we in I I a the stay first at of home the week.together. Both lefts' {. ,,.-'.- ..' ,- ---- -' I .ANN:. :NNNN" :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":..:..:..:..:NNNNN' :NN..N..N..NNNN. ..N1.. ......tiN. .NM.. ..N.....NN.. ......"..NNNN.. .. .. ..".............;.. \ ,:

mean. It's impossible not to leave M. D. ,Royals, one of the NaYYJ3\!\\ -_ ,

some out. There are a dozen other' Sea-Bees came down to -_- 0--' :

names ready- to be added to the roll furlough 'xyith his wife at their home '

already and the committee would like here' ) THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. ;"

tq have, the other names, turned in to 1 .
E. P. Shelley, who is with the
them.. Barney Thomas is keeping the I I .
Navy at Daytona Beach and : ': 'C '
list, so if you, know''of anyone not up ; ; ,-, ';' c'
,.,, ) C' '
w '
II wears those double breasted Navy '
listed, please 'leave the names with I t'.r J !'ft:',, ; 1 ..1
coats that make even Emmett look :
Barney at the Gulf Service Station.
I quite dignified, had a three-day visit 11 I If
I here that Bended Tuesday. / _
A visitor to Clewiston hunted up Lieutenant Bob Dottery Kvho is 49 1 /y // ":;

the newspaper office the other ay'' : i i \
stationed way out in California, but r' r r
to make the suggestion that the paper '- quite happy about it because his wife c;?

advocate the of benchesIn
placing can be with him there as it's near'her '

the; parks. The gentleman was family, stopped in for a short stay r '; :
waiting for a bus. The ali ; I. '_ :
bus was attending .tactical i 0
Saturday. Bob is :
couple of hours late. He h'ad al school in Florida and will return to 4 j ,
drink in drugstore and
one lingeredover :
California in a few -weeks. I /
it long as. he felt comfor- ,
None were more pleased to gpthome I 6 / \
table. Then he walked o\'er to the who has 11Ii C ; t ';
Ray Sullivan, I I
drug store 'across the street and repeated at
just completed boot training
the perfennan 'e. He,sat fora Parris Island and isn't a "boot" any
while the benches at the bowling
on -
: I
longer, but a full-fledged Marine. Ray
,alley, and a flurry of rain beat ,
looks grand likes the Marine Corps,
in on him. He said "Clewiston is a I \
and says they must feed him well
lovely town: There are many pretty
because despite the very tough train- "
trees and quite a bit of ,
park space; "
ing course he still weighs exactly I "
but the only place for the '
public to what he did when he enlisted. He's ,
sit down is an old saw-horse beside
been assigned to Paris Island and I' -
the .drug-store where the bus' stops.'I '
after a 10 day furlough will returnto i
We with him that
agree (fsom'eoneought I
the Marine base there. ,
to do something'about it. '
So far as we know that's all of our
We really believe the bus .
company boys who were: home this week. We \ ,
should put in sort of shelter [
some a
were happy for each of them and .
with benches for passengers who ,
know they 'enjoyed. ,their stay at
wait' for the bus. Buses are being
home. '
used to a greater extent than before '
ever "
1 .
.. ;
and it is : : ..... ; "
more necessary now And good news comes this week I. ; .. .-',
to have a place where at '
one might !
from some of our younger men in -. !; ,' \
'" .
least sit down while waiting. '
service. John Robbins, who'has been .
that the beverage
The Garden Club did have several : soon. Say, is it true,Judge, -, "
in good shape,Judge..ought .
in exactly 6 weeks at Fort Leonard i "Your tires are in producing it? ; '
benches made for the distilling industry has a part
park over be- Wood, Missouri, has been advancedto I to last you at least another 5,000; miles. Jim. Thatindustry's

side the tennis courts and wadnig Private First Class.' That's short I "I've been very careful of them, Jim, sinceI "Yes, a very important for producing part grain alcohol l- ." ..,. I'(

pool. They have practically worn, time in which to earn a Pfc., rating, I learned how much the government needs facilities include 200,000 ;.
out with the passing years, and were, make it possible to
.I and we are proud of John. He's l rubber. Only drive when I have to..keepher government's
we are afraid, abused the i from grain in the
younger of rubber
of tires tons L
been .applying himself to the task \ under 35 an hour and _have the
generation to some extent. However, learning how to take those various j\ around 1,000 miles." 870,000-ton synthetic rubber program. 11
every ',
they- served admirably for a few contribution to our war ...
'and it guns apart and put them together "Me, too, Judge. Pretty tough spot we Pretty important i $ 'J"/ II
years 'might be this is the i isn't it Jim? t ..
again. We understand they have to of rubber cut effort, .
proper time for.,someone to provide learn to do it blindfolded, so if they .'were put in gettin' our supply it But we'llbe'gettin' "It certainly is, Judge.Wonder how many ,. -'_ !.
needed most. '
more benches. off just when we "
are-in dangerous light won't realize it? < t
a spot a : really
real people
*.. L :! plenty of synthetic rubber .
be,necessary. ,1' i
Addie Mills and Naomi Rogers .' -* ......... t" ,
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work hard at the ration office and Elbert Hooker is completing aviation Co'ifertrce cf Alcohoii;?rrria'tf Industries, Inc. ,,J !f
I :
when 'you work hard you're liable totake ordnance school at Memphis .

your fun where you find it- Tennessee this week and is awaiting

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by Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones who are FOR SALE 1

'I moving in this week. 75 Feet of Chicken Wire. J. M. COUSECounselor RENTAL HOUSES r

L[ Personals ] I Mrs. George Prevatt of Alva and and Attorney at Inu of Mrs. Viola Stone's Estate are
I her grandchildren, Heather and Darryl Box 1 1357, Clewiston.EXPERT Hopkins Building in charge of Mrs. Jewel Hooker. :

' i Wayne; Guthrie of Augusta. Ga., Two now vacant. j':
Wednesdays and Saturdajs
, I I are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carlton SEE MRS. HOOKER :
,1. Prevatt. SEWING MACHINE !j 0:30 to 4:00 concerning them. '
:: Jo Ann Crouch spent several days: I
Jn "Lake Harbor visiting relatives.E. SERVICE
',-:' ....,. I I Hiss Elizabeth Huffaker, who has
,: been secretary in the offices of the Parts for All :Makes.:
,' "
; ',' L. Beeson of Alva spent the "
;t: week-end, in ,Clewiston. on business.Mr. .I I vice president resigned her of position the sugar on corporation account I ". *"- Woik Free Guaranteed EstimateBox FOR SALE I

I! of ill health and has returned to her Good Income \
'' Property
and :Mrs. John, Lucaa were' home in Barlow I II 11 Belle Glade, }.'la.Johnson's Florist AgencyFlowers
" visitors in Fort :Myers Tuesday. j I Nine house Ventura
room on -
I "
" -- E I Sergeant and Mrs. Joe M. Hall j delivered' here at" no
::', :'"," Mr./and Mrs, John" Devalcourt1'' arrived Friday from Camp Funston, Avenue. Five bed- extra cost. Other towns, any-

: .... were visitors in Fort Myers Satinday. -!I I Kansas, and are visiting Mr. and J where in U S. add only cost of
'" : :Mrs.: H. R. Hall and Mr. 'and Mrs. | Fish Camp j rooms. Lots of built-in telegram ranging from 20 to
i( 55 cents.
/ '- i Charles Bolton here. Sergeant Hail I (Xear Hurricane Gate) cabinets. Thomas M.
:Mrs. Laura Smith left Tuesday for will return to camp to go on field j Clewiston, Fla. f MRS. SARAH E. FOUXTAIX

Miami, where she ,will make her'I maneuvers in a short time. Boats and ::\Iotors-Guide Service Boals, Box 7308, Clewiston Western Union Office

home in, the future Rates Reasonable I Day Phone 82 Night 2791
-, -- 1 i Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brantley, Mr. ,v: II.- Johnson, Mgr Fla. / tfn I
:Mr.. and Mrs. Luther Graham and Mrs. Clyde Stephens, :Mr.' and I
e Mrs. Ed Chandler and Mr. and Mrs.
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Mrs. Alto Hires .in Fort Denaud. ; : were yr. r,.
I Tuesday to attend the funeral of

Mrs. J. B. Pullen spent a few days Mrs. Carl Bertram.
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in Miami over the week-end visiting] THE SUGAR OWL .J.
her daughter. ',' i Jimmy Hall, who has been attending -- >
Georgia School of Technology in t .:
Roy McCoy ]left Tuesday to spend I Atlanta, arrived here Saturday fora r w

.. two weeks in Jacksonville with his';' ,visit with his parents, Mr. and' :i: located across the highway from the Cleisaiston Inn is under the personal ;f_
aunt, Mrs. G. W. White. Mrs. H. R. Hall. .He left today for I
I Camp Blanding. ......

Mrs. E. O. Ward and Mrs. J. V'I( v I II :::: management of Mrs. Frances Simmons. The, store will endeavor to give :::;:

Francis were visitors inVest Palm Mrs. Orris Burkette, and baby I.. \- '.-

Beach Saturday.Mrs. I I first daughter of the, returned week. to The Clewiston baby, who the'II !:_: the best possible: service and will, welcome suggestions, from our customers. :I

Eddye Currie and daughter, I I was born in the Pahokee Hospital I I'.:'. *
'" Lovvorn, spent this week in Sebring May,124th, has been named Agatha }I':.. .. \ \ $"
I with Sgt. Currie. :Yolanda.Mr. ?'
\ I I The Seminole Package Store' 1C t
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bolton and and Mrs.; James F. Rowlandof :

daughter, Nancy, were visitors in I Miami are parents of a baby ..;'. i ,1"& .&;..
:West Palm Beach Saturday. I daughter, Evelyn Louise, who 'was '
..-- born June 9th. The baby weighed' :_!: has moved ,into a'new location in the Telephone Building and is better :=t 4
Miriam Nail is spending two weeks 8.% pounds. Mrs. Rowland is the I "

t A.in Read St. Petersburg and Miss visiting Elizabeth Mrs.Read.. W. former Betty Bailey; ":: equipped. than. ever to serve your liquor needs. .. ;t ti _

Miss Dorothy Webster of Washington '

Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Austin of Fort i I I arrived last ,week to become i ,, > : .
Pierce are spending a' few days in secretary: in the RAF'office at Riddle I '
Clewiston visiting friends. Field. Miss Webster is residing in i 'We \' "
I the Clewiston: Inn apartment with appreciateour pah: ncige.:2;: ? :it t

I Mr. and Mrsl\ N. V. S., Miss Frances Morgan. .' ;
i Mumford _". :
Cr ? ::
I were, visitors in West Palm Beach ._t. ', ''. : v r.-d '. "" .:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...N:N.N:N:. .- .t..
Saturday.Miss Dick and Bob Patterson, sons of y, ':', ," a .tw
:, ': "
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, left :;: i ;:
Marcia Avant left Monday fora I Sunday I after a short visit home. t I :I INo
vacation of two weeks.' She is I E I I Bob is in the Field Artillery and I::: ARCH SIMMONS..

I spending portion of the time in is ,stationed at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. : .. ;0.-

I West Palm Beach. I Dick, is reporting to Camp Blandingto ..f". .?-.
: t .
enter military service. j
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Herbert Walston left Sunday to I ,- .N ti N N N N N N N N N N N N M-N:N:N:N ';N:M N":N:N:N N N"7;M:N N N:N:N:N N:M:N;N:N:N:N;N N N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N;N;-;11:N M;N N;N N:N:..;N:N:..:N:N:N:N N:M M:N:N:N::.
'I spend the summer in Brighton with ,Mrs. Nellie Patten left this week,
his grandJarents.1\Ir.'and,, Mrs. J. A. : to spend .an extended vacation. She
} Daughtry.. I went first to Atlanta for a visit ''with

friends and expects to go to Seattle,
\ Miss Florence Graham 'and Miss ;.Washington, unless travel conditions I II ,, YProduction

Roberta Spicer left Sunday 'for i i are too difficult; before returning to I ,
Jacksonville 'to spend a vacation i[Clewiston. I I .. r--
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with friends and relatives. j ..
j Dill Perry and Jimmy Paul returned I .

Ernest Rainey and Alva (Perry of this week''' to Milledgeville, Ga., :,
Bradenton spent ,several days here Ito attend the summer session of .
over the week end with_ their' cousin, Georgia Military College. Philip -
- I Billy Perry. McLeod returned with them to attend 'Sh.ortage
1 !! the summer school and\( will ..
T. C. Musgrave' and son, Eddie, complete his high school credits at I .
spent Sunday in Delray Beach' vIsit-I the session.
ing Mr Musgrave's father,. who' is '(.; oJ .
quite ill. I Miss Catherine Menges who has .. '1 9
been secretary in the RAF office at I II Ii
:Mr. and Mrs. A., R. Brink and son, Riddle Field for several months, resigned (

o Michael, have returned from a. visit: her position and left Clewis
'i with relatives in,, Buffalo, New ton Saturday. She is Visiting for a
'York.M. i I short time in Miami'and will ;,,o to !Jy
j I Washington for.a short visit and then

D. Royals, who,, is with the to her home in Harrington, Ohio.
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Navy Sea-Bees is home, from Camp
Peary, Virginia, to spend a: short : Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Knight and f +,sr
\ furlough with Mrs. Royals.Mr. ; children, Richard, Jimmy and Tommy -
j I are leaving Clewiston to. make,
and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby went thir home in Mobile. Mrs. Knight
' to "Jacksonville Thursday:. Mis I' and the boys left Tuesday and will]
' Oglesby returning to the hospital visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T
there for ,treatment. I Dumas in Foley before moving to,
i Mobile Mr. Knight will leave this
Mrs J. K. Rogers spent a few days, week. .
in' West Palm Beach this week to- I
.. be near her mother-, who was quite ij'J I PARTY CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY I
ill in a hospital there .
I' _
Mrs. Raymond :E. Allen of Safetyj I i
Bobbie Morgan celebrated his
Harbor is visiting her brothers, Sherwood -,
birthday with
a party Sunday
o and Sergeant Joe M. Hall,!
x afternoon given by his mother, Mrs. I
here this week., i!
Bill ,Morgan.
i i'
Mrs. C. L. McLendon accompanied':' Bobbie's guests were Mr. and Mrs. 'I

her mother Mrs. T., P. Forbes, who] Ralph Bond and son, Jimmie, Wayne w
has' been visiting her to West .Palm, and Mary Jean King, Audrey Ker-I
Beach, where Mrs. Forbes remainedfor sey, Billy McCoy, Judy and Mary
medical treatment. 'i.Ir Catherine Francis, Mrs.: A. Toulis, DAVIS of Baltimore PAINTSStill
Mrs. A. Cardullo, Mrs W. A. Jones

;r: Dick Owen, who attends William I and Billy Morgan.

',- and Virginia Mary, arrived College Sunday in Williamsburg for a visit, BAILEYS HOSTS AT DINNER being made in needful plenty by peace-time standards of quality.

with his parents, Mr.. and Mrs. W. I,
C. Owen. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey entertained .-
with a dinner party Friday Raw materials for paint are not critical. The protection of your home is.. .

Mrs. Ruth B.: Owens, Miss Laura night celebrating the birthday of Mrs.
E. O. Collins, of I
Bailey and Mrs. C. E. Bailey motoredto LaBelle. Guests
Miami Wednesday, Mrs. Bailey were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hendry, Mr.
remaining over with her daughter,' and Mrs. E. O. Collins, of LaBelle I 1I
Mrs 'James H. Rowland. and Misses Laura and Pat Bailey.
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l '. Mrs. H. C. Post has 'returned from I. LOST r van, \
t 'I Tampa where'' she underwent a ma- BISHOP-WILSON LUMBER COMPANYPhone
t jor operation a few weeks ago. She I Black and chromium I mils J

is recuperating nicely at,, her home

here. |lighter, lost near Clewiston 88 Clewiston, Fla. '

Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Miller have | Inn. Return to Sgt.R. .
moved to Pahokee. Their home on ,
Osceola Avepue has been purchased M. LaFlowers, at Inn.I, -


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EXPENDABL I I just ct gait till );

SUNDAY summer comes; 11

: M1 Lesson Im Filled with wild U

P./.6-i-f::= '
: /
by / -r W.N.U.FEATURES .\ B&eB DB1b LUNDQU1ST. D, D. el'b..tioT\
WHITE Of Moody ) Institute of o. '
useless. were back with us at Sisiman COVP. (Released by Western Newspaper Union Its then I reJIy' '
of that the engines were /
The story "
their THE part In the battle for the Philippines DeLong gave orders to abandon the next evening. truly live, \ \

Is being told by four ol the five ship. They wrapped mattresses in "That afternoon Bulkeley came Lesson for June 6 ; 1 I: get two weeksVt.c i
of and all
Is left raft II
that ,
naval officers who are all a tarpaulin to make a of the en, r
the story
Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 3. They got aboard but DeLong, who stayedto over to tell me he was through, Lesson subjects and Scripture texts: selected I; .tlon.ltleCAnq. I
are Lieut. John Bulkelcy (now Lieutenant chop holes in the gas tanks and gagement. When and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil .! I fI fd
Commander), squadron commander; blow hole in the boat's bottom 'Kelly,' he said, 'we need you. of Religious Education: used by t LI
a permission.
Lieut. R. B.: Kelly, second-In-command; with a hand grenade before he 'Let's get ahold of that doctor' 1 I

and Ensigns Anthony Akers and George That the end of the I said, 'and you tell him that. PETER COMFORTS PERSE- 4
E. Cox Jr. Manila has fallen, and we jumped. was raft in "Two days later I took the 34 boat I
find the CUTED
have lost our naval base at Cavlte. Lieut. 31. Then he couldn't from Corregidor 0 '
Year'sEve and being afraid to out on my first patrol
Kelly has fold how he spent New the darkness, toward Subic
while along Bataan TEXT-I Peter 3:13-17: 4:12-16:
Corregldor, to the beach. up
In the hospital on call out, swam
discussing with the with all Bay-Bulkeley, who as squadron 5610.:
Lieut. Bulkeley was Lieut. "The raft had shoved off all boats on patrol, GOLDEN TEXT-For It is better,"ll the WNU Features. ;
to China. commander rode
Admiral a plan of escape at three o'clock. suffer for well.
twelve aboard will of God be so. that ye :'
Bulkelcy is telling about a night raid two waited on the sands until of course was with me. It was a doing than .for evil-doing.-I Peter 317. !
made against the Japs. chilly. Sweaterswere
of the PT calm night-and '
rode in the 34 boat. dawn. Then, in the gray half-light, khakis -'
Lieut. Bulkeley the tracks of nine comfortable over our What shall we do? Where shall we CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I
he picked up
He followed these until they although in the daytime 'we wore turn? Is there no help for us? Such

CHAPTER VI men.led into a clump of bushes, wherehe only snorts or trunks. in are' the natural and understandablecries

found most of. his crew. They "Everything! was going well, of those who bear the heavy

"So we separated, expecting to explained they had stayed with the fact it was monotonous. But whenwe Heartbreak of persecution. God's

meet at dawn. It was the last I raft until dawn was about to break. were about twenty-five miles up Word has the answer for from the RAZOR BLADES

ever saw of the 31 boat. But here's Fearing sunrise would expose themto the coast, hell suddenly started pop- very beginning the followers of

what happened to our 34 boat in the Japanese, they had decidedto ping. Our own batteries were shoot-to Christ have had to meet that prob- I KENT BLADES Singlo The or Outstanding Doubl.Edit.

Subic. First, remember it was darker risk a swim to the beach, where ing at us. Bulkeley explained lem. Blade Value

than hell, and the shore line was they could hide: But Ensign Plant me that was the main excitementthese Peter is especially the apostle of

loaded with Jap field ''guns. None of and two men, who couldn't swim days-to keep from being sunk altered comfort, and the portion now beforeus PERSONALIF \ !'

us' had ventured in there since the very well, decided to, stay. What by your own side-and calmly is rich in helpful instruction His

Japs took over. We had got in justa became of them the nine didn't I course to get out of their the word to persecuted people is five- IN TROUBLE

little way when a Jap searchlight know, and no one knows for sure to range, which we could bullets.tell by fold.I. Domestic,financial, or any kind, let us help
spotted us and blinked out a dot- this day. light: of their tracer Afraid-Christ Is h practical, wise' kindly advice.
Do Not Be Write
asking who we DeLong did 'Half the time those dumb das or wire us. Join our monthly service
dash challenge, the first thing
Lord (3:13-17), organization; only S3.00 per year.
were. Since we didn't know the was to post lookouts, and all day tards don't know friend from foe, Advice shed every 30 days. Imper.iator -

Jap code reply, naturally we didn't they stayed in that clump, with an he explained. By doing good, the Christian will ating with appointed central in association.1'tIETASCIENCE'each county. cooper-

answer but changed: course, veering "Five minutes later we saw a dim escape much ..suffering (v. 13), but

away. But the Japs were getting light, low in the water, and headed if even then it comes, he is not to 3832-W Snelllng Ave.,PSYCHIC 1\linneapolis1\1lnD.SYND.

suspicious by now, and from toward it. Was it a Jap landing be afraid (v. 14). He is to sanctify

over by Ilinin Point a single field barge, trying to get ashore behind Christ in his heart, that is, fully

piece opened up. None of it ,fell General Wainwright's lines? Then it recognize the holiness of Christ and

near us-maybe they were shootingat occurred to us that it might, be 'Ensign all, that He is and can do for'him..

DeLong in the 31 boat. Plant and the two other men of This is to be done in his heart. That

"When we were about abeam of DeLong's boat who had disappearedin means the exercise of'full faith in I SAID GOODBYETO

Sueste light another light came on Subic Bay. They might have Christ the Lord as the indwelling

to challenge us-this time from a stolen a boat and now be headed Presence. Who then can be afraid? CONSTIPATION

ship maybe that.cruiser.. We ,. home-we couldn't take chances. So Note that this is .not just a subjective j

changed course ''to go over and havea z without firing we drew nearer, spiritual exercise for his own Harsh, medicinal laxatives

look, but she was small fry-not watching the light. enjoyment-it will show in his "good only griped me-and never

worth 'a torpedo-the hell with her "Presently it began to blink-dots:: manner of life in Christ" which will really stopped my constipa-

-we were headed for Binanga and and dashes, all right, but no mes- put his persecutors "to shame." tion. It always came back. "'
Then I found out why I
that could read. Bulkeley
cruiser. sage,, we
the En-
n. Do Not Surprised-the Just wasn't taking on enough"bulk"forming
"By one o'clock we were off the ordered general quarters as a pre- emy Will Attack (4:12, 13). foods. So-

north entrance to Port Binanga, caution, and the men were crouching I started eating ZELLOGO'sALLBRAN
attack is effective. Re-
where we were to meet DeLong in behind their machine guns. It Surprise regularly and
member Pearl Harbor! Satan is an drinking plenty of water.
for the about twenty-five yards away
boat and in together was
the 31 go
expert in strategy and is eager to And-I "Joined the Regulars -
didn't show queer-shaped boat, low in
attack, and when he up now-a I"That's
I began to be afraid something the; water-and suddenly its light keep Christians in an easy and comfortable because XELLOGG'S
that he strikea
might have happened, yet I couldn'tbe went out."Bulkeley. mood, so may ALL-BRAN gets at the cause
stood up with the mega- vicious blow when it is not ex of constipation like mine

sure. He pected. We best prepare to meet and corrects it-by helpingto
to do but phone. 'Boat ahoy! he called.
there nothing
"But was that form a soft, bulky mass
him when recognize perse-
go on in alone. To make the sneak, got a quick answer. Br-r-r-r-r-r-r! we In the intestines.If .
him with machine cution and _suffering, will come. trouble Is what ,
we cut the speed down to eight They opened on your
skirted Chiquita Island, guns. It looked like a fire hose of We are to bear in mind that. it is mine was, why not' try .. .
bullets headed for our cock- not some "strange thing"-which has .KELLOGG'S
rounded Binanga Point, and entered' tracer made by Kellogg's in Battles
the little bay oif two engines at tAR' as pit, and now they speeded up, try- happened; we who suffer as Chris- Creek and tastes swell.RHEUMATIC .

idling'speed. Everything was quiet, ing to head for shore. But we were tians are "partakers of Christ's suf-

no firing down here, and then we pouring the fire back at them. ferings." Joy and glory are ahead.

saw her ahead in the dark not-five "Now we could see it was a Jap III. Do Not Be Ashamed-You

hundred. yards away. Creeping up landing barge, packed with men. Suffer for Christ (4:14-16).

on her, we had just readied two It had armor, on the bow and the Sadness and depression rest upon

torpedoes when a searchlight came stern, and kept twisting and turn- .the one who suffers for his own evil PAIN

on and in dot-dash code she asked ing, trying to keep those thick steel deeds, but those who suffer for

who we were. plates pointed toward us. Of course Christ's sake may be ever. rejoicing.Can Heed not Spoil your Day-Gel after It NowDon't
C-2223 to relieve -
off getting
all right-with two our maneuver was to come in from "the of put
"We answered, you not see that spirit pain of muscular rheumatismand
'torpedoes-but they had hardly been ; : 2 $ the side, and let them have it where glory and the Spirit, of God" are other rheumatic pains. Caution:

-fired when I gave our boat hard they couldn't take it. resting (v. 14) even now, on some Use only as directed. First bottle

rudder and started away. It isn't "All this had been 'going on for who sit in prisons and concentration purchase price back if not satisfied.

safe for an MTB to stay near a about thirty seconds when I heard a camps? What a glorious picture 60c and $1.00. Today buy C-2223.

,cruiser. One torpedo hit home witha [ 'M cry of pain from behind. It was En- of His grace! _

hell of a thud-we heard it over "We answered, all right-with two sign Chandler. 'I've been hit,' he It is proper to observe here that

our shoulders. Looking back, we torpedoes." said. A Jap bullet had gone through the believer is not to be guilty of

saw the red fire rising, and presently both of his ankles. We pulled him that which justly brings the law's

two more explosions which might eye on the Jap observation planes out of the cockpit and laid him downon condemnation (v. 15).

have been her magazines. which flew over them in relays, the canopy, meanwhile circlingthe IV. Do Not'Worry-He Careth for URills'APHIS i

"With three motors roaring, and watching a hot little skirmish be- Japs and pouring the steel down 'You (5:6, 7).

us skipping around ,in that rough tween the Americans and the Japanese into their vulnerable sides. We could crowd
How it does
water :with everything wide-open, I on the far shore of the bay. At soon see we were getting them. The Worry Worry
sank lower and lower in the itself into our thinking. Yes, we One makes six gallons
guess we made considerable comma one point the Japs were falling back, barge ounce
tion. Anyway the Japanese radio in and there'seemed to be a chance water and presently gurgled under, know we are Christians, that we that'are of aphis spray...Full directions

Tokyo, reporting the attack next that: they could make'-a run for it while we pulled off to lick our own unjustly accused or persecuted on label.s Insist on
first aid to Chandler, we are suffering for factory scaled packages.taaoorrrtooucn&ONAUUL .
American wounds give.
day, said the Americans had a new in daylight, rejoining the ??
but how is it all coming -
all true
other boats in the That's ,
monster that it quite possi- and locate any
secret weapon-a lines. But never was
wouldn'tattempt out? What about my family? OtrOIATIOH,INCOiFOIATlD _||I]
roared, flapped its wings, and fired ble, and in the meantime they had vicinity. Surely the Japs children?' If I IOUISVIUI.KINTUCKT ,
torpedoes in all directions. It was spotted a couple of bancas, native a landing with a single Will they harm my "T I
will I be able to start life
only us, of, course, but we felt flat- boats, farther down the beach. barge. All we got, though, was do survive with-
the hell of there fire from our own shore gunsa anew? And so on-questions
tered. We got out "Two men who were sent out to more
and then 3-inch- out end; and soon comes the corrod\
and that was all there was to it. investigate, crawling on their bel- swarm of tracers -
"Well said Kelly "MacArthur the returned to ers began whistling over-one of ing touch of worry.
Lies through grass, is
shall do? The answer
two hundred yards What we t.O SK ITTmprovemen
wouldn't quite agree. ,He gave you report the bancas were in fair con- them landing Christ Aid
Cast' all care on
didn't mind. The plain.
for what done." the had set But we = a
the D.S.C. you'd dition. So when sun away. That
-"He careth for you" (v. 7)
seemed to enjoy it, and itwasn't
"But DeLong has the real story," they crawled to them and started army takes an act'of' faith just as it doesto Soothing Reslnol allays

insisted Bulkeley. "I pulled up out- getting them in shape. For rowing hurting us.around until almost'' become a Christian in the first irritation of externally caused pimples,

,side the mine field off Corregidorto they had two paddles, a couple of "We fooled but it works. thus hastening healing. Try it today!IRESINDLl
headed for homewe place,
and -
wait for him. Neither of us could spades, and a board. They had to dawn were for all anxiety is right
have Chandler The cure
couldn't got ?
" go in until it got light, because otherwise work fast and quietly, for the Japs the mine fields to the hos- there-but it can only be reachedby SOAP
the army on shore, hearingus were all around them-just as they of humility. "Humble /
the path
in the dark out there would think were launching the bancas they pital until sunrise anyway
(v. 6). There' is the 22-43
happened to glance back. yourselves" WNU-7
voices not two hun- Bulkeley
J it was Japs and set off the mine heard Japanese the half-light he could gateway to comfort, and 'to true

field. But when the sky got light dred yards away. "Through in the swell, another exaltation in God's own good time
and I saw my boat was alone, I "But a heavy wind came up, and see, bobbing 6:4-10).
o'clock at night both boats low-lying flat craft. Should we go (cf. Jas.
realized DeLong was in trouble. at nine Not Waver-God Is Your
them but back? You're damned right we V. Do
They righted ,
And since he's now a prisoner of capsized. .
the Japanese-if he's alive-we'd the shovels and the board were lost, should, the men said-to get even Strength (5:8-10) established in o
had only one paddlefor for Chandler by sinking some more. Steady, perfected,
better tell his story for him. and they now
eternal Well
of his destiny Feel
banca. Yet with these "As we got closer, sure enough, Christ, sure For You To
"After at the
we parted company of faith seeing the 7 days,, every
and with the eyes day
landing boat this 24 hours every
entrance to Subic Bay, he started they continued to fight the head wind it was come-such is the man whois week, never stopping the kidneys filter
in the morning when time apparently leaving the coast of glory to matter blood.
around its northern rim 'as we'd until three and able to meet the devil waste fromwere aware of how the
exhausted that they decided Bataan, and we opened up on her ready If more
planned. But just before midnighthe they were so must constantly remove sur-
lion he kidneys
had from four when like a roaring waste
developed engine trouble-thesaboteur's to try the shore. So DeLong with everything we I' plus fluid, excess acids and other bloodwithout
God's people. in the
disturb and. devour cannot stay
what he hoped was Napo hundred yards away. to matter
wax had clogged his landed on and injury to health, there would
be ready
picked their "But their return fire ,was curi- The believer should better understanding of why the
strainers. He cleaned them and had Point. way who when kidneys fail
and spasmodic. So equipped. a system is upset
the barbed-wire entangle- ously light we
under when more trou- through
just got way that the Chris- to function properly.
ble developed-the cooling system ment on the beach, and then found closed to about ten yards. Their That does not mean Burning,scanty or too frequent urina-
but their boatwouldn't. tian sits with his hands folded wait- tion sometimes warns that something;
and themselves against a steep cliff. fire had stopped, backache -
went haywire. They stopped, up for the in- la wrong. You may suffer nagging
it until dawn Our bullets would hit its ing in fatalistic. way headaches, dizziness, rheumatic
were drifting as they repaired "They kept very quiet ,
Never! He is "on at nights, swelling.
could evitable to happen. pains getting up '
when there was an ominous grind- not knowing whether daylight would armor and engines-you see I at- Why not try Doan't PiH7 You will j
with his spiritual ears the
off and ricochet the alert" recommended
Americansor tracers bounce be a medicine
surrounded the using
ing sound under the boat-they were find them of theenemy's stimulate the function
into the air but tuned to hear the approach country over.Doan's
it became hundred feet them to
aground on a reef in Subic Bay. Japanese. But when one He is "sober of the kidneys and help the
"They rocked the boat, and final- light, the first thing they saw was a still it kept going. Suddenly a tracer "bombers. the "roaring flush out poisonous contain nothing waste from harmful.
watchful" against blood. They
hit its, fuel .tanks-up they wentin and with confidence.
ly started the engines to'get them- Flilipino sentry. Get Doan't today. Use
cigarette anda a blaze, the motor stopped, and lion" (v. 8). I At all drug stores.E .
selves unstuck. But the noise now 'Hey, Joe-got busy .in our
attracted the Japs, and .a 3-inch match?' they called out. And an now the boat was only drifting.But Satan is Christian people see his
their as we pulled alongside, day.
Ilinin Point opened on hour later they were telling even
gun on up their breth-
them-splashes ,coming nearer and story to Captain Cockburn; in the those Japs, nervy devils, gave hei deadly 'onslaughts on

nearer. They worked frantically Ninety-second American Infantry'sfield hard rudder and tried to ram us. ren, which are possibly more' severe.

tent. The; nine (TO Rfi CONTINUED) now than for many years.
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Delos Wheeler Lovelace The Questions 8. What distinguished English
1. What is a funicular railway? poet died while fighting with the

Released by Western Newspaper Union. 2. The tragic Children's Crusadeto Greeks against the Turks? '
Enlisting Idle Acres Consolidated Features.-WNU Release.
,, f the Holy Land took place in '
FOUR 'PARTNERS'OF For Food ProductionNew NEW YORK.-The close-meshed what year? The Answers i.
PRODUCTION infantry net of Maj. Gen. OmarN. 3. What proportion of all radio 1.: A railway operated' by cable, .
PRODUCTION, including raw ma- Bradley dipped, up whole divi- entertainment consists, of music? 2. In 1212.
...... terials, transportation, processing Goals Demand Full sions of the floundering Nazis in 4. What is the percentage of illiteracy 3. Two-thirds.
and is the result of cooperation 4.
marketing, Eighty-five per cent-
NorthLegends AfriQmet in India?
Use of Available Land
of four partners, each essential and Studious 5. Treasure Island (San Francisco
and each receiving as a divi- Is the General in ca.were al- 5. Where is the largest< U. S. ) where an average of 6,000
dend a portion of the revenue, of Getting idle acres back on the job thickaround navy mess hall? men can be fed in 40 minutes.
production.One is high on the list of "must" activities Fiery Patton's Post ready 6. Which is the most northern 6. Penasse, Minn.
of these ,is capital for town in the United States? 7.
partners the farmer-committeemen of some American general officers Something of equivalent value
4 and its part is to provide the ground, the Agricultural Adjustment agency when they assumed conspicuousposts 7. What is meant by quid pro in return.
buildings and tools needed to make during '43. quo? 8. Byron.
of command in this war. Mar-
production on the American scale With production goals adding up) shall's admirers insisted that he had
possible. As its dividend, capital to a tremendous total in food and
been 'a
a prodigy even as shavetail.
receives 4 per cent of the revenue fiber, maximum use of all agricul MacArthur was the century's Bay- Waterfog Fights Fire
derived from production. tural resources will have to be em
ard, and still has no rival. Stilwell
A second partner is labor. Labor ployed to meet minimum demands was a king of catch-as-catch-can I
uses the tools capital has providedand for farm products, Secretary of Ag fighters, talked Chinese besides a A new fire-hose nozzle in use on
without which we would revertto riculture Claude R. Wickard has an dozen dialects. Patton was a Paul American naval vessels changes
the conditions of the days when nounced. Land as well as machinery Bunyan who could heave a tank, water into a' fine, smothering "wa- '10 BIG, COOL
each individual or each family had labor and other tools of produc like potato. terfog," one gallon of which has DRiNb

to produce the essentials of exist- tion is included in the department of There seem to be no similar flour- ''the extinguishing value of 30 'gal oatAl

ence. As a general 'average, labor agriculture's program.As ishes in the history of,Bradley, new- lons of water in an ordinary
receives as its dividend 65 per cent with other aspects of the ly in command of the American ; stream, even on gasoline and other -
of the revenue derived from produc- Triple-A farm plan, each com- Second corps I in place of the sul' I I oil fires.
tion., munity will do the job of enlist- phurous Patton. He is 50. i

Another partner is management ing its own idle acres and idle '''Bradley was graduated from i -----
the boss on the job, and that partof farms for duty on the food front. West Point two years before the

the combination which plans it Secretary Wickard has requestedthat last war and at its end was a
all, 'which brings capital and labor
Triple-A committeemen, both temporary major. But four
together. Management is the chem- county and community, locate avail years later he was back to a TRY A
ist of production, whether it be of able tracts of land in their districts captaincy and after that made f

the farm, the mine, the forest orfact'ory. which are not now producing, and slow going over the peace-time DELICIOUSKELLOGG'S %
One-half of 1 cent of
per take whatever feasible
steps are to hump in the officers' list. Four-
the revenue of production goes to put them into useful
activity. teen years, passed before he got "CORNFLAKESBURGER
management as its dividend. Assistance will be the ,
given by his lieutenant colonelcy and he
The fourth partner in production county USDA war boards where waited until 1941 for his briga- !"
is government. Its function is that cases cannot be taken care of locally dier's single star.

of providing for orderly operationand I and these boards have also Meanwhile he had gone to theo
protecting the rights of the oth- been instructed to be prepared t Command and General Staff school,
er three partners. It is,the umpire, help wherever possible in locating the War college, and the Infantry

presumably- fair and unprejudiced.The operators, in financing operations if school, advanced course, and withso 1
portion of the revenues of production much ..
study rated the command-
demanded by 'governmentlocal ancy of the Ft. '''Benning Infantry
state and federal-is '30 per Bo-Peeps school.

cent. .
Now he moves into ,the tough
Today 99& per cent, of the total In addition to Corn Hakes "
headquarters Patton has vacated serving Kellogg's as "meatless meals,
vided revenues between of production the four is being di- a quiet general who might pass use them to extend your meat. In meat loaves, hamburgers, croquettes

partners. t for a professor. His wide forehead stuffings; casserole dishes, patties, cereals blend I well
There is left but one-half of 1 '
per I is cerebral, his long, narrow face with meat flavors.
cent to provide for emergencies or I full of thought. But he, is ,an in- .
for growth and expansion. That is QI :r fantry expert. SAVE TIME-WORK-FUEL-OTHER FOODS TOOl
I not enough to cover the cost of conversion ,
I from wartime to peacetime -
Laurence A. Steinhardt
I production. When the ,happy WHEN. to be ambassador at
and hoped-for day arrives that ships, Ankara he spoke German, Spanish, (&if"1lP
planes, tanks and guns are no longer French and Swedish well, and he
,needed, and when ,people again "
"want automobiles, refrigerators, As Their Needs sure was that pretty Ihe CO R N

washing machines, farm imple-
f Cy, t.f Are, Steinhardts would man-
ments and all the countless thingsto
which we have been accustomedand Gather Languages n TurkIsh all r.ight, FLAKES

which production provided, the too. Sure enough here he sits :r
+: pretty ::::-i-"i; =
money for the tools necessary to now while the Axis rushes diplomatic Kallo t'a Corn Flakes are restored '... .... .........
meet these new conditions must be reinforcements to tug'at a Turkey to WHOLE CHAIN NUTRITIVE !- F1/ Jlt q
provided by either one or both of t' vi r leaning more and more toward the VALUES of Thlamm yP
two partners-capital (Vitamin Bj).Niaclo and Iron.
government -
table.Steinhardt's., /III//1/11111 III//11 H1/1/1111F1411/
If government provides the
new tools, it will take over the in- score for President Roosevelt's orig- I
terest of capital in American production Two girls are pictured inside the inal inner circle. He was of the

and the American system of sheep pen at the University of New coterie which counseled FDR when DON'T Let Our Fighting Boys Down; *
free enterprise will be gone. Hampshire, where they are taking a the latter would'have settled and in

'I I 1 war bandry.course in agriculture and hus. writing, for just one term., The Subscribe NOW for U. S. War Bonds

RAILROAD POLICY group has been considerably broken
MANY YEARS AGO THE POL-. but Steinhardt always takes his old

i I ICY of the American railroads was required through available loan'pro- place in the huddle whenever he
! "all the tariff the traffic will bear." grams, or in helping the operator gets to the White House.

:' i The railroads paid for that with reg- obtain labor or machinery should He is out of the country so *
ulatory legislation. In recent years these items stand in the 'way of much that he doesn't get there IN THE NAVY *
their policy has been "all the serv- any land use.Farmers often. He sent
was on a
ice it is possible to render." I saw have also been urged cial job to Sweden, the youngest they say:
in a lounge car recently a sign that
!I through Triple-A to rent to other op- diplomat President Rooseveltever
would indicate one railroad has forgotten erators -
: acreage they themselvescannot' had appointed to major "BeiAVforstop"CHOPCHOP" '
the lessons of the past. That put to work. Persons capa- post. Next he went to Russia.He -,t"o:.,.. ,
:1 sign notified
passengers that seats in ble of managing a small farm, or got to Peru,' also.A ', ,:
the lounge car were now purchas- of hurry up
taking on additional cropland, will
able nephew of the late legal swash-
and if sold other
passengers in turn be able "
to rent II
could not acreage buckler, Samuel Untermyer, he usedto W
occupy them. The sign from operators who already have 9TB for commissary officer
practice law. He was born in New
said the
ruling was due to the .
war under cultivation all II "
emergency.railroad To me it looks as thoughthe sibly handle but who wish can to pos-see ing York practically City 51 years on his ago own and doorstep, stand-, CAM B L for the Navy man's favorite cigarette

management saw an every square yard of their land in
picked three from
degrees Co-
opportunity, to collect some extra production. up
dollars. The railroads cannot again lumbia university. His wife'has one
afford a policy of that kind. Better only, but she is a better linguist.She .

to take the lounge cars off until the Grow Some Crops Seed; speaks seven languages, and on ,
war is over. That might be meeting top of that is breath-taking. His
1. an emergency. Country Will Need It daughter speaks seven languages, YOU BET
If you' have a field to spare, put .
I GOVERNMENTAND it to work for Uncle Sam and grow ; too.A / GO FOR

SMALL BUSINESSWE seed, of grasses and legumes on it.I I QUARTER century of study, .. --.. .. =:,
EXERCISE our keenest diplomacy The nation needs such seed for mili- about half his life, goes into the < >: CAMELSTHATSWELL

and employ large numbersof tary, lend-lease and domestic use, plans Air Chief Marshal Sir ArthurW. r
commercial representativesabroad I and will pay you fair prices for what Tedder is making to strafe the FLAVOR
that we may retain you produce. soft under-
our ex- 2,000 Foe Plane AND EXTRA
business This suggestion is belly of, ,.',
port which amounts to approximately made by C. S.
10 per cent of our pro- Garrison, assistant extension agron- Downed,Now Going Hitler's cit- ., "" MILDNESS CANt
duction. What the government considers omist at Rutgers university, in After Their Source *d e 1. ,B e-
I small businesses-those em- pointing out that the department of I tween the t/
ploying less than 100 peoplerepresent agriculture has developed a price landings at Casablanca and Oran ( >
45 per cent of the jobs of the support program on 20 kinds of hay and the Nazi collapse before Bizerte
nation and they do 34 per cent of and pasture seeds as an incentive to and Tunis his air forces finished _
our total volume of business. There production. 2,000 enemy planes. Now he is free \
i, is no evidence that the govern- "The list includes seeds of crops to go after the Italian cities which
ment is making any special effort to such as alfalfa, ,timothy, orchard helped make the planes and other
! maintain those business organiza- grass, meadow fescue and red, Nazi arms.
tions which are so much a part of sweet and alsike clover," Garrison In World War I Sir Arthur
I our American life. says. "And where a farmer has a fought over France in the paleo-
field which could be harvested for zoic airships of the Royal Fly- Vviti 1.+Y+.
AGRICULTURAL POLICY seed, this program will guarantee ing force. One time he won a
WHEN THOMAS JEFFERSON him a minimum price, as well as decoration from the Italians, allies J
1 and Alexander Hamilton were competing the satisfaction of helping to insure then; three times he was FIRST R6Q U
I for supremacy of their ideas adequate supplies for 1944. mentioned in dispatches. IN THEWithmenintheNavythe SERVICE dyt
.j of government, Jefferson said: "It is important to maintain the When the Boche collapsed on the aY. U
: "Were we directed from Washington supply of good seed of the legumesand Meuse and in the Argonne and the %' "

,; when to sow and when to grasses since they are playinga RFF became the peacetime RAF Army, the Marine Corps,
i reap, we would soon want large part in the war production Tedder stayed on and rose steadily.He and the Coast Guard,the
: bread." program," Garrison reminds farm-
has been chief of the Mediter- favorite cigarette is CameL
1 Wonder what his comment would ers. "Legumes and grasses used in ranean Air command since Febru-
i be on the agricultural policies of the crop rotation have shown them- ary, holding authority over French (Based oo,actual sales
government of today selves to be effective in maintaining and American flying units in the records in Canteens and
crop yields. area as well as British. Post Exchanges.) COSTLIER TOBACCOS



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FRIDAY JUNE 11, 1943 I


EIGHT with heron :I the conditions in China dur- |I and Mrs. W, N. Martin. Membersand ;
the bill requested by the which she were made ing the war. She also tpld stories of | their guests were Mrs. C. W.
was These
Laws Affecting-,' I local Garden Club with the approval 11 11of ,in China the Gripsolm.and Miss Forsythe is offer-I the Chinese family life and characteristics -! Fuller, Mrs. G. E. Crow, Mrs. J. J'. ( 1 J';' '',:.-'-:' -

the mayor, and provided ing them for sale at 'a reasonable I in which the Mothers club Geiger, Mrs. J. P. Bartz Mrs. CJ. .E. 'J{j t
aside as \
(Continued from Page 1) I' the city of Clewiston be set bill passed price, the proceeds to go toward the]I members were particularly interested. Etherton, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. S!' ': '

advantage of the district to a bird sanctuary. The education of Paul Fan, who, Is at- 'Earl: Brower, Mrs. Everett Casper, jj; '

"the operating under that leg- without opposition.All ''well- tending college in this country. The l At, the business meeting, it was''Mrs. L. N. Hutson Mrs. L.,.M. Weet- '
'continue told, Mr. Stewart was business organization that the church-time 1 Mrs. J. E. ..
islation. of Young Women's (I announced man, Mrs. II B. ,Magill, 'r

;When the finance and, taxation I pleased with the accomplishments under trying of the, church is assisting MissForsythe nursery for the coming month would' Taylor, Mrs B. T. Vorhees, Mrs. C. :.: \ _
had before it a measure the session and felt that with the sale. \be held at the home of Mrs. G. H.. L. McLendon, Mrs. G. H. Brown, '.':?: i
'committee legislature j '
; circumstances:: the I Brown. \ I Mrs. Carl Johnson and Mrs. Foy; ,.i;

ap-propriations: I i I.came out legislation with considerable and on constructive the I Ii BAPTIST MISSIONARY WITNESS"The PROGRAM I| Hostesses were Mrs C. E. Gericke I Durrence.. i:

'for each legislature to appropriate [ mY-.l1linded sea- "THE VICTORIOUS \ i .:.':
two years, [whole was an 'econ -
sail lunds for the coming "1:"

"ATr. Stewart made a quick- move-(sion. -. -' \ ,business and program meeting .,............................................W.....n\f. ....tftfff. ..?.*ftt'. ..f..?.fff. ..f..?..flf. ..ftf. ..?.tf..Aff. ..f..?..ftAfmtf. ...%&&&&&. :'}v.:-,'
likelihood, means 'much j a; Missionary Society ; I:
all I:
in Baptist
which of the When it comes to EATS we are TOPS
Fire ::: .,
Everglades ClubContinued Tuesday afternoon -
the church .f
of Kiwanis the
residents held in
'to ,
Control the Everglades District.Fire He Control recalled District that I i fromPage 1) 11 was was when presented a very interesting by members program of- .:::': THE CLEWISTON CAFE, 1::1:' :T,

"conrtinuing" | ( .5 !J
under a circle. The
'has been operating 0 H; ,Lowe ,the Amanda Tinkle in the Everglades two large,' +i
to $75,000 j H 0; Leiter L H; awson "The 'Vic- : has one of the best dining rooms ;
appropriation up federal government j I(, J Logan R R; Leiter J M; Lang theme of the month was fans change the air continually and make it comfortable x:: t
annually; and that the I iM ; torious Witness of Christian YouthI'* and cool. It .t. .':
matching fire control i J H; Lang, S L. pr'agram were 3. '
is L C; Mr.I Taking part:: : on the I t
:funds two for one. On the basis I Moorman A L; Miller Miner Mrs. C. M. Allen, Mrs. 'C. R. Krueger ;; "We have the most competent cooks; the- most experienced .t' ', '
of fire S A; Mountain C F; I.1: meats foods, and-home-made X: 6
of permanent prevention 'I Corkle McGehee W S;; Mrs. Fred Topper, Mrs. M. A. :; help; the most varieties of sea y ; \
in the Everglades, the fed- Neil C; Meyer G H; Wilbur, Montgomery. ]; pastries. :t:
J ,
damage McCree Mrs. .,
spending $2 to I I Moore' T C; Moore M A; Thomas with < ,'v
is **
eral government McCutlum, R B. A business meeting followed *. We use no points, but fresh vegetables from our own garden. :
Mr R ,
occurred to H ; .t'
It ; Miller :
the state's $1. I G; Walker Nall presiding '
;Stewart that the federal government Nelson W L; Neal A H; Nelson I! Mrs.Attending were Mrs. W. W.. p,'r-I'| g Our Menu Runs in \lanl1C'I"-FuU.COUl'SC( Dinner, :) :t t: .,

is support unless it Nelson H A; Can : :
might withdraw would be V J Owen W C; try, Mrs. Ben Bolton, Mrs. Ivy 1. Bowl of soup, freshly made, new variety daily. F'"
work ;
telt assured that the Oliver M; Oglesby '' J non Mrs. Leon Bembry, Mrs. Day) i 2... Dish of salad, new variety daily. V
'continued from year to year on a I :Pepper J W;" Perry 'J A;'. Jullen Pate W I ton, Mrs. Clayton, Waters, Mrs. Gordon :$ 3. Your choice of ten varieties of meat or fish. -. .j jX > l t

substantial basis. He proposed to H; Pullen P B;; Peay W S; E Bembry, Mrs',.Stella* Bembry and I: 4. Your choice of three of five varieties of vegetables. *:* :' '

amend the bill leaving the Ever-* F; Padgett A; Prior P W; Powell I Mrs. Fred Sikes. !J 5. A portion of pudding, fruit dessert' or ice cream.' ;XJ : :
glades Tire: 'Control District a con I' H; Poole H F; Patterson R Y; Jr; I I'I J* 6. Coffee, hot tea, or iced tea. 'b f

appropriation. This met Puckett J W; Patterson R C; t j days. =:i: 4
tinning BIRTHS !: Our prices have changed but very little from pre-war ,
with 'cooperation from other representatives Rhodes C; Reddish L C; ReddishC \ "" 'X v

of the district and the W; Ricks G M; Roberts C L; Rish The following births have been i.:. Give us a trial and convince yourself. .:gI :. ,

:amendment passed. I!I O; Robbins H C; Royals M D; I recorded at the Clewiston Hospital: \
'most important local measure H Ricks ,vV; Roy FCV : Musgrave CLEWISTON CAFE :_:
'The { Roberts A ; \1 A son, Thomas Carey I' .

with 'which Mr. was Stewart the matter was confronted ofBountywide -I! .: Rigsby L W; Rowland W H Slon-; to Mr. and Mrs.'T. C. :Musgrave, May Across the Highway from Sugar Office X f '":
this P
year J M Slonaker ; T

election of county com with aker Stephens Phelix; Shelley; E P; 'Strickland 24th.A. daughter, Dorothy Day Darby, ':'.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..

missioners. He 'was presented the W J'; Scott.W A, Jr; Smith C B; to Mr. and Mrs. John D. Darby May -
both for and i
petitions itl ,Hub
Spooner '
measure, and refused to introduce clause Timberlake M B; Turner C L; 6th.A daughter, Elizabeth Diane Gaskin -- I
except with a S to Corporal and Mrs. 1 Charles .
it before the voters'of Taylor ;
'\Whi h would county put at the next election. Varnadoe J R; VonMach Ed R; I Gaskin, June 3rd.
the Lou Jones to
have met with ap- Vaughn H J; Vess G M; A daughter, v
This seems to 4th. 3r% +'eF r
Jones, May wF
M Mr. I
matter Winn J ;
proval of both sides, and the Winn T W; WinnJ J; 4 "pi+/ w/ PHOTOORAPM : ,..
will be decided by ('voters of the Waldron T M; Ward E D;; Wlandt WORKERS FROMALTAR + ,,,, '. + 2Sr y U.S. ARMY ..
K vaksj
I J ;
V C Weaver
'county.Mr. G Woodward ; WEEK rz 4r
Stewart kept a watchful eye Winn W 0; Waters G M; Walker H I III r \i i ii I

_on means of helping the schools,I L; Weaver W L; Worth D; Whid- I Members of-St.-Margaret's Altar \

boo. although opportunities were den R J; Waldron R M. were in charge of sponsoringthe ,
limited. When the legislature passed II week. !
Club during the past
certain j
bill which would turn AwardedBy \ '
a chairman
state collections Into Back Salary Mrs. E. F.. Powers was
moneys from committee, and the follow-
track Act I of the
to replace Legislative
the counties serv-
funds, Mr. Stewart amended the old ing assisted by baking cakes or I

divided race track, ing at the club
statute the, new distribution I .M, A. Summers and E. L. Brannenof Mrs. E. F. Powers Mrs. .H. A. G9 +sooo.
funds to cover of Q
and the school board in \ Moore Haven; D. G. McCormick Bestor, Mrs. C. J.. Nielsen, Mrs. E.
County 'will receive a third j LaBelle and E. R. Wright of H. Holstine, Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, Mrs.
"Hendry salaries
due the county and i I, chobee were awarded back I Fred Topper, Mrs. M. E. VonMach,
<.of the money $690, due them by ,
totaling Mrs. W. D.
5'ill receive -I Mrs. F. J. Tippey
'the county Everglades Fire Control district, by,1 .Pitson, Miss Mickey Au- > ....
, These distributionsare I Mrs. G. N .:\' < ''''
two-thirds. da ,.:'' ,
comptrol- legislative action in the closing I Mrs. Jack Schopenhauer, Miss ...'. fo
,: made direct from the I brey; : E i6 It's just common sense .
:A of the session. Thielen and Mrs. L. H. Wil- ::: '
I Geneva ""' M.'S
II :
UY "i
ler's 'office. The indebtedness was for serving kins. I B .#;> refrain from buying things

The only bill affecting Clewiston, I as fire wardens 'during the years although -\ Saturday evening was one of theIquitest w n needed in our War effort.

SEALED HID IXVITKD ; I\ .1938 and authorized 1939 and, could payment not, be I II ; since the club the began.week This end I j BONDS. Save.. and buy after our
short-I|I was due to the fact me
because of a ,,,'0
given that sealed I made at the time !' with week end leave 4 coin savings
NOTICE is hereby of : found one group Victory.. open your
the office district. : u\ar\'f\
at in the \
"bids the County will be Superintendent received' at Public his I I age of funds- I i and many were out of town; others reg account h ere., today!

Instruction of Hendry County House at CHURCH I'I I'were night flying or on cr ss-coun- f
in the County of (
office o'clockP. evening was one
Florida, until 8:00 I 'try. Sunday
LaBelle. -----
M., Eastern War Time on Friday be the \the busiest, however, as the cadets
of will
July bor services 2, '1943,, for material the furnishing and supplies la-I Miss Irene at the Forsythe morning .services at returned to town and had an hour or Buy War Bonds & Stamps

for the performance to speaker spend waiting for a bus to
quired Sunday. I two to
identified as Church ,this
tion of two projects fOl-1 the Community I
field.MOTHEiI '
:lows: Elemen-. This will be Miss Forsythe's last the x !
Reroofing of Clewiston I j
1. 'is plan-1
School Building. Sunday in Clewiston, as
Rebuilding: of two outside night. |
2. Tuesday
to leave
at the' Harlem School Building. 1 ning choir I NIGHT THURSDAY
will be the i iI
Plans and specifications : I For the service program
office 1
available to contractors at the )1 I the Chinese national
of the Board Member, E. M. Coinette has prepared that \ Miss Irene Forsythe was a uestspeaker' all
at Hendry County Motors weeks' in Clewiston.1Florida prior to|'I!i anthem, and a Christian chorus at the meeting of the Moth-
at least two for non-
marching song
all bids received will has become a i Community Center t I t I 1I
July 2, 1943: ,.and at the 1 These two num. ers Club in the A r O1r
publicly soldiers.
and read Christian \
be opened 1 Miss Forsythe
for evening. ;
named Thursday
da e, hour and place above specially prepared for the
hers are to the meeting and
receiving: same. spoke
The Board of Public Instructionof service, at Miss Forsythe's request.Miss asked questions
Hendry County, Florida. has with her at the many members
C. E. Weaver, County Superintendent miscellaneousarticles which were gladly answered concerning-
of Public Instruction.June manse a number of -
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