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 18, 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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; 17-Year-Olds In June


Ground ORLANDO June 16 -..-- (FNS) -
Sergeant Warwick of the
Miami Defense TO UNION enlistment of CANE CULTIVATIONComing
SPECIAL ELECTION Observers Corps of the The unlimited 17-year-\\
I Region will be in Clewiston olds in the Marine Corps ,Reserve,I
Monday, June 21st, and will show -, June -
,. during the month of was announced
some new and interesting movies The War Labor Board, at.its fourth 'I as a distinct shock to of

R., Y. Patterson and G, E. Ether- concerning observers work at the regional office in Atlanta, approved ( today by Marine Recruiting ficials of the United States Sugar

ton reported to the Voters League school building Monday night. Wednesday an average increase of Headquarters.All Corporation and a blow to Ever-

of Clewiston Community at the Although the movies are: being 10 cents an hour for 509 employeesof I men in the 17 year age bracketare glades sugar industry was the order
of the League Friday night. forwarded to the
meeting corporation yesterday -
shown through the ground observers the United States Sugar Corporation. I advised to contact Marine Head-
3Ir. Patterson and Mr. Etherton were to relinquish within ten days all
and through the cooperationof The wage increase was the
corps I
named as a committee to representthe chief observer for offered by the quarters, at once and secure com- Bahaman labor so it may be transported -
G. H. exact amount
league in Tallahassee when the Clewiston, the public is invited and I tion at the commencement of corpora-I plete application papers. In ad-, ,to other parts of the coun,
local bill sponsored by the league dition all applicants must have a;
movies are
attend. These harvest
urged I season. try.Vice
was introduced in the legislature.The very educational and give interesting I The 509 employees in the main are i:copy of their birth certificate or president and general man-
bill, which 'was passed with a i some supporting evidence. I II Jay W. Moran was completely
facts about the work of the ob- those in the sugar house, plantation: I
referendum, provides for the county- Marine specialists schools, in- stunned by the unexpected order,
various ,
servers corps, and about the II machine shop, and in the railroad I
wide election'of members of the types'of planes being used by the department. They are members of cluding the four state basic aviation which was transmitted to the' corporation -
county board of commissioners in- I training stations and colorful sea- in a telegram from Paul
Axis Labor Union
United Nations and by the local 232,111 Federal : '
stead of the present method of election ,schools, are all open to young ma- VanDer Schouw, chief of the Farm
nations. (AFofL.)
by districts.C. There is no admission fee and Under government regulation I rines. Complete qualification tests ''Security administration's labor division -

H.. Berner, presiding at the for. all schools are given to ,Marines for this district.
everyone will be welcome. Observers wages paid by the corporation ,must I
meeting of the league, expressed the 'are specially urged to attend be those directed by the war labor while they, are' in boot camp. "The United States Sugar' Corpor ,

appreciation of the ''league for the board. The management of the \ ation has a current contract for a

fine work done by the committee, for the supply of' 1,500 Bahama. laborers for
corporation made the request
and those present heartily concurredin wage adjustment,' jointly with the, WAGE HEARING FOR cultivation work in sugar cane fields. '

his statement.It DRAINAGE DISTRICT members of the local union prior to We have secured, under this con-

was brought out that the bill harvest tract, a total of 50 laborers., We
the opening of 'the season.
-provided for a special election which SALE DRAWS The war labor board's order ,SUGAR WORKERS IS are now informed by the Farm Se-
must be held by September first to LAND curity Administration that we
makes the wage adjustment retroactive -
decide if the majority of the :voters 1942. must relinquish the labor we have

,of the county approve the changein I BIDDERS to October 28, SET FOR CLEWISTON so' it can be transferred to some
CROWD OF The adjustment} in agriculturalwages '
method of electing county com \ I has been made in accordance ,' other part of the country.
missioners. At the present, it is not I
with the determinations of the sec- l' -- "Such action, which is directed by
known the exact date of, the election, i receive evidence I
I : A hearing to '''authorities is without
Washington ,
A large crowd of ,bidders attended retary of agriculture under authority '
as it cannot be set until the countycommissioners likely to be 'of assistance in determ-
Islam in good reason or logic, and we are
the sale of land by Diston' given him the, Sugar Act I
,are notified by the I the fair and reasonable wages "
Drainage District, which was held of 1937. ining : amazed and confounded at the or-
secretary of state that the bill has for employed in the main-
persons to surrender labor
in the court house at Moore Haven, ders given us
become a law. land sugar cane area has been called need. I might
which badly
Friday, and a total of 7,498 acres; we so
Labor Increase
The league made plans to canvass of land sold for the bid price tota Wage Wednesday, June 30th, at Clew- I add, entirely truthfully, that we

the Clewiston, area and try to have of $45,720.34. The 'sale was continued I iston by Chester C. Davis, war food would be amazed to discover a' logical -

all residents of the county- who are July 12th. For 43 Crop Granted administrator of the United States- explanation of such an order'
qualified to register 'on the county to i
The sale was the joint action of: department of agriculture. j' Mr. Moran gave credit for cooperation -
registration books so they may be Sugar Cane WorkersThe The hearing, which is similar to
the board of supervisors of the to the district representative -
entitled to vote in the special elec- those held in past, years, will be in i
receivers '
I drainage district and of the I of the Farm Security Admin
tion.The district and an effort' the Clewiston High School Auditorium I istratlon tax and to the' extension
books of the I of the was office of war information of
registration and will begin at 9 a. m. Presid-
to clear : tax delinquencies, on the service at Gainesville, "both agencies'
up of agriculture has I
(:county, were thrown out and a new I the department ing officers designated by ,Mr. Davisare
I which involved in the placementof
lands.. 'The Clewiston News, are
registration ordered after the first furnished under -; Charles M.
Bernhardt '
Joshua1 '
session of the legislature., Many old I The sale' was held under the provisions : date of June 2nd, with a copy of and farm labor under-' present set-
Nicholson, Harry H.
of the 1941 law .which enables agricultural : I up. "These local officials have cooperated -
residents: are said to have failed to I Iregister' : announcement concerning Earle T. MacHardy, each of whom
on the new books, and an :I the district, to sell lands whicl wages to laborers in the mainland the with us to the. fullest extent -
in : like capacity in
I has served
district for a I efforts to labor,
!have reverted to the nonpayment area. The .Js )in our secure,
have copy
attempt will be made to every sugarcane
i of taxes for the best bic I previous' hearings and such criticism as I have directed
'follows '
one given the opportunity to' register as : conductedat '
offered, provided the minimum ac. The 'War Food Administration today Similar hearings,will be at the order for the releasejaf iaI -,_

,.\ '. .,'". -".' 'properly.*---'t 'j'_ ''/ '*\ rented Js::.tjiei equivalent of two yean:I the 22nd, and at New .Iberia, Louisiatt*, local state i ies.
of and
agtn Theyare
taxes. A large proportion' paid laborers in the, mainland,cane ; ) '
Markets Have sales made, Friday were for the minimum .. (comprising' Louisiana on June 24th., working under Washington authorities -'
sugar area
> bids and were made by persons '. Florida for' The 'notice of the hearings, copies and have 'no alternative in
and ) the production and
in the Ji
Outlets For Greases being posted
of which are matter '
t, who were previous owners 01 cultivation of sugarcane during the Belle the ; _

., part owners in the tract covered b]r remainder of 19{3 by producers who 'Moore Glade Post leaven Offices, Clewiston, states and: I Associated' Press dispatches in to.

All of the meat markets in Clew.: the bid. apply for payment under the Sugar day's papers state, that the Bahaman
iston are now prepared to assist All of the lands in ,the distrki t 'Act of 1937. The rates represent an "The purpose of the hearing' is' to labor is being transferred to sections -

housewives in saving waste grease were not sold; there still remain:; increase of approximately '16 per-, receives evidence, likely to, be of assistance further north, but' states .that

for conversion in 'to the valuable scattered tracts in Section 12 am cent over those prevailing during, to the War Food Administrator some 300 of 'the workers will .remain

section 13 township 42, range 32, in determining ((1), pursuant on
munitions of war, under arrange-i 1942. The. 1942 wage rates have in South Florida,,as workers
: and in section 18 and section 27, to the provisions of section' 301b) Commenting -
ments completed by W. 'C. Owen, been in effect up to the, present time. long-time assignments.
president of the Kiwanis Club. (Continued on Page 8) I The Sugar Act requires, among, of the'said' act, fair and reasonable on this, Mr. Moran said "The

Many housewives have wished to I other conditions of payment to grow-: wages for' persons employed in the planting, cultivation and harvest of

operate In the nation's grease and I Cadet Club In Need I II ers, that all persons employed on a I i mainland; : : cane sugar: area in the the 'sugar cane, for which the United
harvesting sugarcane
fat salvage campaign, and some have farm in the production, cultivation, States Sugar Corporation requiresthis

done so, saving the valuable greasein Of Donated Victrola I Ii I or harvesting of sugarcane be paidin period from September 1, 1943, to II labor, involves continuous em-
June 30, 1944 and the planting and months
I throughout twelve
their ice-boxes 'and taking it on I full by growers at rates not less ployment

the rare trips' to West Palm Beachor Ii than those determined to be fair and cultivating of sugarcane during the of the year Insofar as long-time

Fort Myers to turn it in. i Mrs. ,E. L. Stewart, who is chair-I reasonable after public hearing and calendar year 1944 on farms with assignments go, the sugar case is ,as'
Markets at Parkinson's, at the B 1 man of the committee of, investigation. i respect to which applications strong as that of any farming oper-

. ,and B, Royals and the United States ladies in charge of sponsoring' the These wages have been increased; payments under the said act' are ation anywhere."

Sugar Corporation Cadet Club; acted as chairman of to give effect to changed economic i made, and (2), pursuant to the

Harlem and at Townsite are cooperating hostesses for the week. 'Her group' conditions since last year, officials provisions of section 301 (b) of the Program For Special

in 'the grease- salvage drivrv., of workers were not ,members of said. As in previous years, if grow-: said act, fair and reasonable prices tol I

and have outlets for all that Clew' any particular group but was chosento ers and laborers agree on wages!, for the 1943 crop of sugarcane Services Sunday Night
> be, paid, under either purchase or I
i ,iston housewives can turn. in. prevent the organizations which higher than those established under

: Captain Persinger, in a recent'' talk are taking regular turns at the club the Sugar Act, payment. of the higher ,toll' agreements, by: processors, who,I -'

to the Kiwanis Club, emphasized, the from having their :weeks occur so wages is then required in order as producers, apply for payments I The W. M. U. of the First Bap-

need for additional salvage of grease closely together. to comply with the wage provisions under the said act; and to receive tist Church will sponsor a special

Ladies who baked cakes or' work-I. evidence likely to, be of assistance to be given at the church
and fats and expressed the 'hope' that of the law. I program to
an outlet could be made for Clewis ed at the club during the week The basic working day for adult the War Food Administrator in Sunday night at 8:30. The themeis '

ton supplies. I I were Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. A. O. laborers has again been defined as making recommendations, pursuantto "Come let us build a house for

Housewives are urged to save all Ward, Mrs. H. J. Roath, Mrs. George (Continued on Page 8) al the provisions of section 511 of the the Lord in Mendoza, Argentine."

bits of fat trimmed from meat, and Waldron, Mrs; L. M. Weetman, Mrs. I said act, with respect to the terms The following program has been

all used grease'; keep it in a clean Fred Sikes, Mrs.: Paul Bussey, Mrs. rOads Invite Sons As I II and conditions of contracts between arranged:

tin container 'in the ice box, and George Beck, Mrs. George E. Crow, producers and processors of sugar Hymn-"All Hail the Power of

take it to the markets whenever Mrs. Charles Bolton, Mrs. Joe M. I At Kiwanis cane and with respect to the terms I Jesus' name."
Guests, of contracts between
convenient. Hall, Miss Mauryne Prewitt, Mrs. and conditions Prayer.

Lt. Sismondo, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. laborers and producers of sugar Hymn-"O 'Zion Haste."-
Elephants Might Offset I I M. A. Thomas and Mrs. R. J. Lee. The Kiwanis Club: observed ,the cane. -_ "A Wise Master Builder"-Mrs.I ""

\ Club Nets Vfc cola approaching Father's Day with a W. F. Nail. ,..
Dance July 2nd Is I "', '
Machinery Shortage Mrs. Stewart has asked the news- meeting to which each _member attending Prayer. -

paper to broadcast 'an appeal for a I was requested to invite his "Another Buildeth Thereon"Mrs. -

TALLAHASSEE June 16-FNS) Victrola for the club. The boys own or another son. Several' sons First of Summer Plans E. F. Phillippi. .
I -
-Commissioner Nathan Mayo's office want and need a Victrola, or a I and visitors were present. Announcements.Hymn"The .

advances the startling suggestion I record-player: which could be attached During the meeting postal cards A dance will. be held on July 2nd Morning Light Is
that elephants might be used In Flor-; ,to their really fine radio. They were distributed to the members,; Park Recreation Cen- Breaking.
ida of offsetting the machinery also need some dance records. Anyone and each wrote a note of greeting to at Offering. '
". as a means I ter with Morris Ewiss and his eight and
;- shortage. who has such equipment they the Kiwanians in service. Sermon-"Let us Rise up

, Sinclair Wells, Mayo's admin- will give or lend to the club is asked The Kiwanis Club decided to cooperate piece orchestra of Miami, providing invited) 'Build"-Rev. H. C. :Meador.
is cordially
Everyone the
istrative assistant, points out that i to contact Mrs. E., L. Stewart. 'in the effort to get all resi- to'music.attend the dance, and admission Hymn"-"Give of Your Best to

one domesticated elephant can do the dents of the Clewiston area who are 1! Master.
I prices have been set at $1.00 for employees -
I qualified to vote registered on the Part in the House to Build
work of several horses or mules and Roy Herrell Enlists and servicemen in uniforms I "My

V; :, can be fed at less cost. He suggests' county registration books., Presi- and $1.50 non-members.. I for the LordM H. C. Meador.

' w that ships returning from Africa'I I In Navy TuesdayRoy dent W. C, Owen appointed various;I the Prayer of dedication, and benedic'
thel This dance has been planned by
" members to take a portion of ,
might well bring a few elephantseach tion.
Recreation Com ,
town and endeavor to have every Sugarland Park
trip for domestically hereas
use I I is planning additional Piano postlude.
mittee, which
..._.. they are In India and Africa A. Herrell, of Clewiston, was qualified person in that section registered ? One
I At the close of the war Ringling enlisted as a volunteer in the U. S. when the books are opened dances during the summer. .

4 Brothers Circus probably would be Navy in Miami at the Navy RE-;! I for the purpose' of registering voters round and one square dance will beheld and servicemen and 75 cents for
each month, and if these dances
, glad to take the animals off our cruiting Station Tuesday, it has been for the special election within the held ionmembers.The .
be more
popular may
hands.A announced by Lt. M. C. Rhodes, Jr., next few months. 4 prove Wednesday evening bingo
south Florida recruiting officer. I Guests of the club on this occas often. being held each week
parties are
\ will be Saturday -
dances on
new way of treating cotton with I Herrell enlisted with five other I ion were: Clyde W. Stephens, Dick The square will bei with games going on from, 8_,till 10
synthetic resins produces a fibrous recruits and will be sent either to Owen Harley A. Case, Jack, Junior nights, and dance m. All employees are invited to

composition material from which the Jacksonville naval air station or "and Oliver Martinez, Danny Martin, furnished by Thomas's square come p. ,and bring their guests.to the
for the square
be without weaving Lakes Training Stationfor Warren Brown iledford Dunaway: : orchestra. Prices _
clothes 'can made to the Great ] jingo(parties :
dances will be 50 cents for employees I ,t.
*&. II
:,' the cotton into cloth. his "boot" training period. and John Perry._ I ': .. _, \






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XPENDABL ,, -t .. SUNDAY> [Lesson ? ; %Z I is :I

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Took It and Left
WHITE Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago "So you didn't marry John because :,

1 THE STORY SO FAR: The story of together with braces and wires, and in, a wardroom, a real galley (not (Released by Western Newspaper Union.!) of your mother's advice?" l

i their part In the battle for the Philippines running on only two engines. But just a hot plate, which was all we "Yes, she gave him so much of I
is being told by four of the five pretty soon we sighted a ship dead- had on the MTB's), and even, mess Lesson for June 13 it that he stopped calling." !
naval officers who are all that Is left of ahead about three miles away.' I boy who could ,bake pie. It was

Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 3. They Was maneuvering to put her in the big-ship life, and Bulkeley and I Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- These days you've got to dig !
are Lieut. John Bulkeley (now Lieutenant path of the moonlight on the waterso used to find some excuse to go every lected and copyrighted by International your garden. You can't just turn !
Commander), squadron commander; I could make out what she was. night and eat his dessert and Council permission.of Religious Education: used. by it over in your mind.
Lieut. R. B. Kelly, second-in-command; liked it
and Ensigns Anthony Akers and ,GeorgeE. But now she seemed to put on speed, drink coffee. DeLong so
Cox Jr. Manila has fallen, and our heading up in the direction of Subic much he later decided to stay on GOD'S EXCEEDING GREAT No Relief There
naval base at Cavite Is gone. Lieut. Bay-maybe, if she had seen us, to Bataan rather than leave with the PROMISES Mandy-Don't you-all know it's
Kelly has been In a hospital on Corregl- get under the protection of the Jap rest of"us."Our wrong ter believe in ghosts?
dor, but has finally persuaded the doctorto shore batteries there. plan for making a run for LESSON TEXT-II Peter 1111. Marcellus-Ah don't believe in
release him. He has gone out on "Why had she been firing near China when our gas was almost GOLDEN TEXT-He hath granted unto us 'em. Ah wouldn't trust a ghost as .

Undine patrol. They party have and broken have now up a come Jap Bagac Bay? We learned that later. gone still stood, and Bulkeley had His that precious through these and exceeding ye may become great promises partakers: fer as Ah could see him.IRRITATIONS. "

alongside a landing barge which has She was a 7,000-ton Jap cruiser cov- got hold of some landing-force gear of the, divine nature.-II Peter 1:4 R. V.
surrendered after a heavy barrage. ering a Jap landing party with her which we knew might be useful ,on
guns. We didn't know we'd brokenup the Chinese coast if we missed con- OF
Growth in grace and in
knowledgeof S Ifl II
this party at the time. Follow- nections with our Chungking friends Christ are as normal and I EXTERNAL CAUSE
expected -
CHAPTER VII ing her, we seemed to be gaining and had to fight our way through the
slowed of the child of God as bodily acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
she had apparently drilling our men
because So
Japs. we began of the ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
"She was empty except for three down, maybe thinking she had lost in landing-force procedure. growth physical child. Tragicas miserIes with simple home treatment.
Japs-must have discharged her her fast is the failure of one to develop Goes to work at'once. Direct action aids i
We closing on
us. "This got them very curious. They physically, it is even more distress- healing, works the antiseptic way. Use
landing party and been headed when suddenly a huge big Black and White Ointment
now, knew our was, running out, and only as di-
home. One was dead, two were searchlight came on, holding us di- torpedoes ing and sad in the spiritual realm. rected.b0c,25c.SOc sizes.25 years success.
we had almost no more Yet it is Money-back guarantee. tar Vital In
wounded, and one of these two wasa rectly in its beam, and a few sec- except the ones which were in the a common thing in our cleansing 13 good soap. Enjoy' famous
shells churches, where only comparatively :;Black and White Skin
Jap officer. onds later two 6-inch came boats. So we told them we were Soap dally.
had his 45' in his hand landing just aheadof few believers even come' to full
"Bulkeley screaming over, thinking of going south to join the
when he jumped aboard, and im- us with a terrific explosion and Moros if Bataan fell, and it satis- stature in Christ, where more have

mediately this Jap officer went to waterspout. Her searchlight was fied them for a while. We let only only a partial growth, and some are A.YEGETABLEJof
forever babes in Christ.
his knees and began to call, 'Me blinding us and we could only head two other persons in on the secret-
surrender!-Me surrender!' directly into it, firing the starboard Clark Lee and Nat Floyd, newspa- God has made perfect provisionfor Laxative

"You never know when you're going torpedo at that light at about four per correspondents who had been us, and has in His Word given For Headache-

to run into something' said thousand yards'range.. There was authorized by the Admiral to make plain and explicit instructions on Sour Stomach]
Bulkeley. "A couple of nights later how to gain spiritual development.I. ;
-" I the trip with us. Hy and Dizzy!
I was riding the 41 boat on -..,.,,,--r- %i.t.... /. ,.-:;;"'<.,:':..'',,<:--tV'>:4r: "The food situation was getting All Things Provided (vv. 1-4). Spells'whenl

routine patrol off' the west coast of tough. Our breakfast was alwayshot ,In the physical world we are able caused by Constipation

Bataan. When we began to get near cakes made without eggsjustflour to provide, at least in some degree, I 4''I' ., Usej
to Biniptican Point, the entrance to what is needed. We also know onlyasdirected.
water, and baking powderand 15 doses fart'only
Subic, we cut it down to one en- where find
the syrup was sugar and water. to mental food. Spiritual 10 cents.
gine, to make the least possible We hadn't seen butter since the war provision can come only from God,

noise. Just before ten o'clock, I ) started. Then for dinner, it was, always and we find from these verses that
spotted a Jap ship which seemed to 4' / 4J k4 4Q He has
\ canned salmon and rice, and provided not just a small] )
be lying to, near shore. We called c; you don't know tired you can get ; portion,_or: a limited ration, but "all
general quarters and began sneak- of canned salmon until you eat it things that pertain unto life and god-
ing on her-still using only one liness the of
regularly for a few months. We through knowledge
engine until we got within about welcomed change." Christ. Victory of the Will
twenty-five hundred yards. Then we is of :
Victory a thing the will.-
"The one high spot in our diet was The'exceeding great and precious
everything the and roared
gave gun General Foch.RHEUMATISM.
r; said "She of God the abundant
the Canopus, Kelly. promises" are
in-but almost into a i trap. Becausethe j
Japs had prepared a. little wel- i was an old sub tender, so slow she'd portion of the believer. They are !
been abandoned, but she had a fine sure promises, based in the alto-
for and this
come us, ship was
machine tied at Word of God. 1: ?
seemingly the bait to a traptheyhad a M1 1 JM shop. She was up gether dependable WJIufS
floating entanglements and the dock and already had been hit God's provision for us in Christ \ aches and pains 01
wires in the water which might foul twice by bombs, so they worked her has made it unnecessary to look ::

our propellers and leave us a'dead at night and abandoned her by day. elsewhere. Here is-escape from the NEURITIS-LUMBAGO

target for their batteries. We saw But among her stores were barrels world's corruption, the new naturein r
in time and and barrels of ice-cream mix anda Christ, faith 1Large
them just now we saw grace peace, power
they were trying to unbait the trap freezer. And her skipper would -,all in Him.

-because that big ship was showinga let anyone in the navy who came I The opposite is also true, that :

wake, trying to get under way. aboard eat all the ice cream he I! without Christ men have only the \
wanted those barrels last-
as long as
"At a thousand yards we fired our weak and disappointing help omen:
ed they held out until the week we !
first torpedo, and it had hardly hit ./ ,i on which to draw.

the waterbefore, the Jap ship openedup fut 'II. All Diligence Required '(W. Bottled's ].l -SrnaIJSIz.IT .<
on us with a pom-pom. They'd what we wanted most of. all 5-7). III SHOD. DRUB HUH it IT Mil n ticill il irlei |
been playing waiting for was fresh meat and vegetables, and McNEIL DRUG CO,Inc. ,
possum along about the second week in Feb- There is something that the Chris- 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville,Florida j jfBuys
But what the hell-we
tian do insure his in
can to growth
be'sure we'd stolen ruary the first blockade-runner ar-
the bait
rived. We piloted her in at night- grace. He is to be diligent, that is,
the trap, so we went right on in, t
rendezvous twenty-five miles out- have an earnest purpose and zeal
ahead of our own torpedo, and let
This calls
to ahead spiritually.
and daylight came our mouths go
as ,
her have another
at four hundred
Then I watered as we saw her cargo, for application and endeavor, justas you thepoll
yards. gave hard, rudder
her progress in any other sphere of:
strings of bananas piled high on
and as we turned abeam of her, we
decks and below fresh meat and life, and possibly more.
sprayed her decks with the 50's, MGM /
fruit for Corregidor. 'That afternoonI Faith is the foundation of all such 0
and every man on board picked a ...
up .,
rifle and began pumping at her- -- went over to see Peggy, and they growth and without it there is nothing -

just for the hell of it-and the Japs "Immediately' this Jap officer were all busy slicing steaks and on which to build. But on it, or HAV

were dishing it right back, but not went to his knees." candling eggs. By ,yelling, scream- better, "in" it, we have all these sharper beaux
ing, and haggling, I got enough fresh other Christian graces springing'up, they're on*,
for many seconds. Because all of another flash, of 6-inch guns from third thinner.
meat to serve our' crews two meals as we give "all diligence" to en-
sudden-Barn DOUBLE OR
a was our first tor- the cruiser, and this salvo dropped
that week. She was a welcome lit- their growth. y SINGLE EDGE
pedo striking home, and pieces of much closer to us-hardly two hundred courage
wreckage fell in the water all aroundus. yards ahead. A thirdtwogun'- tle ship, that blockaderunnermadetwo Notice the ,ascending scale. Faith 4frlOc i

The explosion gave us our first salvo landed just astern of us, and more trips before the Japs sank leads to virtue, that is, courageous,
clear look at her. her. resolute Christian character. Then Manufactured and guaranteed by
She was-or had then we let her have the port tor-
been until then-a modern, stream- pedo, figuring the range at a little "But because of Peggy, my diet comes knowledge-the intelligent understanding IFEDECAL RAZOR BLADE CO.,NEW YOUCI

lined 6,000-ton auxiliary aircraft car- over three thousand yards. was a little better than the others. and discernment 'of:

rier. "Now we were empty, and the Since she was on Corregidor, she truth. This is bound together bytemperan'ce o

problem was to dodge that blinding was entitled, under their rationing meaning self-control.
"Early in February they started searchlight. Before we veered off system, to buy one item per day Next is patience, that' steady en- SNAPPY FACTSABOUT

sending submarines up from Aus- to the east, we tried to douse it with from the canteen-a package of durance which keeps going in spiteof

tralia, and our boats would always spray of 50-caliber bullets, but they gum, a candy bar maybe, from the trial or disappointment.The .

meet. them outside the mine fields did no good. We could hardly see little supply they had left. sixth note in this octave of .RUBBERImproper

and bring them in-Bulkeley getting I where our tracers went for the glare. "But Peggy pretended she never graces is godliness, which speaks of 4

aboard, to ride as pilot. The subs We could see now she was chasingus cared for them, and every time I piety, true devotion to God, and rev-

had news. They said America was firing salvoes in pairs from her came to see her, she'd slip me a erence for His name., Such. a believer -
building a big Australian base-that four 6-inch guns, when suddenly pocketful. She bought and saved will love his brethren all broth-

supplies were rolling down there. there was a dull boom, and we could them every day-just something to erly kindness; and that leads us to brake adjustmentis

The submarine Trout would bring see debris and wreckage sailing up nibble while I was out on patrol, the high point of love (the real mean a rubber-waster. Have your

in ammunition for army's 3-inch ,through that searchlight's beam. she explained."I ing of "charity," v. 7). Here love for brakes checked regularly.! If

guns on Bataan and take out gold i There was a pause in her firingno began to feel funny about that God is obviously in mind, as the pne wheel "takes hold" be-
which had been brought over to Cor- doubt about it, one of our tor- break-through to China we were crowning grace of the believer. fore the others, its rubber

regidor from Manila before it fell. pedoes had struck home, probablythe planning.. Of course the Admiral In. All Eternity Assured (vv.18- carries the full brunt of stop-
The unloading, of course, would all second one. We knew she was had ordered it, and of course it was 11). ping tho car, with resultant

be at night, and then Bulkeley would crippled because she had slowed the way we could be most useful.But We should look forward to that excessive rubber wear.

take them out and show them deep down-that light which was tryingto here were all these brave pea abundant "entrance into the ever- In their search for rubber substitutes

water, where they could submergeand hold us in its glare was getting ple on Bataan and the Rock, Peggy lasting kingdom of our Lord and scientists' are now probing

hide from Jap bombers duringthe farther and farther away, and about among them, realizing more clear- Saviour Jesus Christ" spoken of in myrcene, a turpentine derivative

day. Quezon went out on one 10:30 we lost it by' making a hard ly every day that they would never verse 11. There is such a thing as discovered rubber"sources"is about fifty years ago.

submarine to Cebu, and a week turn to the right. Presently it went get out. Doomed, but bracing them- being saved "so as by fire" (I Cor. The list almost of daily.It growing

later High Commissioner Sayre left out. It came on again once or twice selves to look fate in the face as 3:15), slipping into heaven with nothing -

on a submarine. on the horizon, feeling for us over it drew nearer, knowing that they to show for our life as followersof is expected that the 1943
"Of our original six boats, two the but found like ammunition harvest of crude rubber in
waves, never us. were expendable Christ here on earth (read I Cor. will total
United States
had already been 'lost, DeLong'sover "The next day the army told us and that it was part of the war plan 3:12-15). the ;' Nor-
all guayule.
/Subic Bay, and the 33 boat we'd broken up a 7,000-ton cruiser's that they should sell themselves as God does not want for Hispeople 600 mally tons this country consumed

while I was in the hospitalshe'dbeen landing party on Bataan ,near the dearly as possible .before they were such an unseemly entrance upon about 600,000 tons of rubbera
going full speed ahead investi- village of Moron, which was then in killed or captured by the Japs. But, eternity. Why should we be satis- year.E .
gating what looked at,night like the no-man's land, and said their planes a handful of us secretly knew that fied so to live that it may be true

feather of a Japanese submarine's reported the Japs had had to beach we, and only we among these many of us. Saved? Yes, but that is all! rfryI
periscope, only it turned out to be a her seventy-five miles up the coast. brave thousands, would see home Are you satisfied with that prospect

r wave breaking over a little sub-" Still later the planes reported the again, and soon. We, should note, too, that this
merged and uncharted, coral reef. Japs were breaking her up for "And the more I liked Peggyshewas growth in grace will show itself in

"We came close to losing' the 32 scrap. But we brought the 32 boat a swell kid-the guiltier I felt. our daily life. It will keep us from
boat about that time," said Bulke back safe to the base 'at Sisiman Furthermore, I knew if we ever left, being "barren (idle) and unfruitful"v.

ley. "DeLong and I were riding her Cove. Our headquarters there wasa it would have to be 'soon. Gas was ( 8). The Christian life must not

the night of February 8, patrollingup 'reformed goat slaughter-house, getting dangerously low barely be barren of true service for Christ,.
the west coast of Bataan as usu- about one hundred feet ,long and enough to make the run for China. nor unfruitful of gracious harvestfor .FoO

al. A little before nine o'clock we thirty feet wide, with a concrete Arid so was our torpedo supply. We Him. We are not on a sort of cI

saw gun blasts on up ahead, of us floor. We'd.scrubbed it out with cre- would have to leave with every tube spiritual joy ride, sitting at ease as
in the neighborhood of Bagac Bay, osote. It still smelled some, but was full if we were to throw effective we speed on to the heavenly dwelling
so we put on what speed we couldto habitable. We'd also acquired a ten-' weight'against Jap shipping on the !
find out who was shooting at what. der-an old harbor called the'' places.
tug China.coast, and in addition to whatwe Works do not save a man. We I:
f Incidentally, the speed wasn't much. Trabajador-and put her in chargeof would need for this, we had onlya are justified before God by faith. ; '
Because the 32 boat had had an explosion DeLong, who'd lost his ship." few torpedoes left, enough for one But our faith is justified before men ,

while they were cleaning that "Then we all sat around envyinghim good fight-and that was to come by our works of righteousness. Fruit
saboteur's wax out of her strainersand ," said Kelly, "because here he sooner than we knew." on the living and healthy tree.
tanks, so that now she was held was, living like an admiral-a cab- (TO BE CONTINUED) grows 1.




P hNMhhhN.h.t. .N hhhMP hhhMhC.C. C. C'.C' Gems of Thought @

? ASK ME ? A quiz with answers offering | ile'Awhi't--'
? WERE J to live my life over
information on various subjects | I should live it justas

t. A NO TIlER ? I have done. I neither com-

M Mh(-'oo'oo- M M M h h h h r..-h h M h h hhhhhhMhhhMMMhhMhMMh plain of the past, nor do I fear Heart's Desire Smart Boy

6. Where is bilge water found? the future.-Montaigne. Waiter-How would you like Teacher--Why, Bobby, do you
The Questions is to
7. What name is given to a com- The sufficiency of merit your rice, madam? mean to say you wouldn't like to
"I 1. The right of the state to take know that my merit is not suf-
whose main business is the Spinster (wistfully-Thrown at be President?
for public use is called ficient.-Francis Quarles.The "*
property owning of stocks or securities of me! Bobby-Not just now. rather
what? other companies? golden poppy is God's gold, wait until things cool down a -
2. What is another name for the The gold that lifts, nor weighs us New Steno (following rapid dictation bit.
? down,
gladiolus 3. Whose motto was: "Better to The Answers The gold that knows no miser's hold, ) : "Now, Mr. Jones, what

live a day as a lion than 100 yearsas 1.; Eminent domain. The gold that banks not in the town. did you say between "'Dear Sir'and Unselfish

a sheep? 2. Sword lily. -JOAQUIN MILLER. 'Sincerely yours'? Mrs. Tiltsnoot Why are you

4. What was the first of Presi- 3. Mussolini. Troubles of this world are leaving us like this, Nora? .

a dent Wilson's 14, points? 4. Open covenants openly arrived vain as billows in a tossing sea. No Chance Nora-Indade, an' me reasons
,, did John at. -Wordsworth. "/ saw the doctor today about my. loss are philanthropic, mum. Oi wantto
5. For what country "
5. Russia. Force works on servile na- of memory. give some wan else a chancetat
Paul Jones serve as a rear ad- "What did he do?"
Revolutionary 6. At the bottom of boats. tures, not the free.-Ben Jonson. advance." th' joys o' livin' wid yezl
the in
miral after "Made me pay
7. Holding 'company'.
:; war?

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( ON THE that can do more for you than St.Joseph
I ,, ? World's
Aspirin. Why pay more largest
J'I 1 I' seller at lOc. Demand St.Joseph Aspinn.

: i' HOME FRONT 11 1>> l<<1i

--:7w7l RUTH WYETH SPEARS Wholesale Only
........... .....,.
beside the freezing An old orange wood stick from Abdul-Aziz, sultan of Morocco,
edges of the rounded spring seat. The space best spot in the refrig- your manicure kit will be found thought, until he was deposed in
Narrow cotton fringe trims the unit is the milk. helpful to get at the dirt in the 1909, that such articles as automo-

SEW ON ,flowered cover and the resulting erator for storing* corners when washing windows or biles, pianos; and diamond neck

i DYERLOOSELY piece is full of informal charm. To lengthen the service of a floors. laces had to be bought in dozens.
STUFFED SEAT transformations broom, as it wears down, cut 1 or
i, rs CUSHIONACSEWNIN fascinate NOTE -you Do? You furniture will find some excitingnew 2 rows of the stitching. Here is a way to prevent loose
I 11 ones In BOOKS 9 and 10 of the seriesof casters from dropping from the
'j I I6HT PADDING ,MUSLIN WOOD PADDED OVER COTTON WITH booklets offered with these articles. the hands resulting''' furniture when it is moved about.
Odors on
Each of these booklets contains directionsfor in the hole
Put melted paraffin
1 more than thirty smart up-to the-min- from peeling and slicing ,
ute things to make for your home from be removed by.washing the and insert the. caster before it is glGcoo
odds and ends and inexpensive new ma- in set. Q ;
terials. Booklets are .15 cents each. Send hands vinegar. *
direct to: i .Qu
r 1 requests Strong soap suds and hot water In grafting ,fruit trees ,in the sT
CUT rsHORTER keep the grafting wax from l Koocgtp
i MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS will remove stains from pewter spring, r
CUT THAN FRONT Bedford lulls New York which has become discolored and sticking to your hands by keepinga
Drawer 10 dark. piece of pork rind handy and

MANY a ,bride today is doing Enclose 15 cents for each book *. rubbing your hands on it occasionally
'." shopping in sec, desired.
:t furniture where she finds a Name .............................. Use a potato ricer to squeeze out .
/ and hand,stores that hot compress. With it you
i. :..: choice selection of the over-elab- Address .eo............eo............ can use water much hotter .than For Victory
; -... I orate discards. These'are not an- your bare hands can stand. Man Is Fourth in List

,::-',-,, tiques and it takes discerning *. !
;i : to see any possibilities of Of Long-Lived Creatures
; ;. eye knife handles can
Yellowed ivory
!i? beauty in thejn. The trick is in I Uncle pthizyJ be whitened by rubbing them with I,
':, out good proportions and
r figuring The carp appears to hold the
turpentine. \
t. \ modern comfort. old-age record among living crea
} Chintz covers will hide padding To make sterilized bandages at tures. Here is a table 'of records,

,\ ,' over woodwork and carving. Legs : home, tear a clean old sheet into based on recent observations, but

;,;1-;: may be cut off to give a low seat strips, roll '''them and then placein in nearly every case the average
:;',. and if the back legs are cut a little the the creature is consider
Suspend of
,, : ; rather see conceited peo-' an airtight jar. age
shorter than the front, the backs of WE'D who at least occasionallydo jar in water and allow"the waterto ably less than the record age: L

chairs and settees tilt.. Here are, a given loosely acomfortable something to justify their con become boiling hot for several Carp, 300 years; tortoise, 250; ;

stuffed seat cushion fills in the ceit, than the timid inferiority minutes. elephant, 170; ,man (Zaro Agha),
complex.kind forever shrinking in 157; cockatoo, 140; vulture, 118;

r corners and calling it "modesty." To save time, and hosiery, just parrot, 100; eagle, 100; donkey, 86;

To say nothing of your enemies rub paraffin on the inside of will the pike, 70; horse, 62; gull, 60; goose,

Racket! 'implies what you think of them. toes of your stockings.. You 43; eel, 40, cat, 38; dog, 34; cow, ,
; Fight the Forgery have no darning to do for along ,' 24 ,
25 skylark, ; \
e -. '. Martyrs ought to-be goodlooking time and one application 4aststhrough 30; nightingale, ; _
but they hardly ever have many launderings. lobster, 20; canary, 20.
Chief, United States Secret Service been. Many fantastic stories are told

"Do right and people will commendyou Dirty clothespins leave their about the age of the whale, and. BUY U.S.BONDSAND

-'c TF YOU receive' army or navy in time"-but not likely in your mark on otherwise, clean clothes, of the toad, .but none of these can STAMPS 'r

,,; A allotment or allowance checks, time.A. and once in, the dirt is difficult to be authenticated.
or social security or other govern- brave man trembles before remove. Tub pins in warm, soapy

ment checks, here's advice about the bugle blows; a coward after- water once a month, dry them in

taking care of them: ward. the sun and store them in a spotlessly \@ .,
x Do NOT endorse your check' un. We do not seek the disapprovalof clean bag from washday to 1 \

til you are in the presence of the our friends. We have enoughof washday. They deserve good care

,. person you'will ask to cash it. that on our own consciousness. especially in wartime.You i -Ik .\

i:': If you endorse your check and
ti";' lay it aside at home, not only'maybe \)

:F;; it stolen, but it may be lost. In From I mtj
.'.. ',: either case, stolen or lost, if it I Gay Panholders Scraps

fr:: bears your endorsement and is '

/1.: ;' : cashed by some other person, your 1
( indulge your preference In }
able to obtain may
<; will probably never be stitch too for embroidery, applique and
f, : the money represented by piecing'are all employed here. Hot Iron ave11j'
':,';J. that particular check. Your en- a transfer Z9542, 15 cents, brings motifs for
<.: dorsement is genuine, and you this entire group of panholders. Send your

,:-: cannot make a claim that the order to: \ I I.Kellogg'S

i check was forged. If you make afi' c = AUNT MARTHA
f false claim against the government Box 166-W Kansas City, Mo.
you can 'be prosecuted in I Enclose 15 cents for each pattern .

the federal courts. I desired. Pattern No............. Corn Flakes, alone or
So keep checks in a safe the nutritive elements of milk
-, your .............. with fruit, supplement
place and wait until you go to Name................. -make a natural combinationthat helps you stretchI

a your bank, or to the store where Address .......eo...............:.... I your precious milk supply. You need less than a glassful t

you get your checks cashed each per serving. Vitamins, minerals, proteins, food
month, before you endorse them.
Remember-it's up to you to Ready for AnythingAfter energy-in one !) r

protect that check! dishl1MfflJlpl
the optician had tested the

NOW, aren't you glad you saved professor's eyes. and found them
tiny scraps of muslin, wanting, he asked:
Gas on prints and plain colors? Just see "And now sir, which shall it

s; Relieved in 5 minutes or double money back what an exciting array of gay pan- be-eyeglasses or spectacles?" Li
When excess stomach acid causes painful suffocating and I think
gag Boar stomach and heartburn,doctors usually: holders can be fashioned from "Spectacles, please;
prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known for three pairs."
symptomatic relief-medicines like those in BellanaTablets. these bits of material. Whetheryou I'd better have
jiffy or.doable No laxative your money Bell-ana beck brings on return comfort ot bottle in a prefer the vegetables, fruit "What ever for?" demanded the -=--k-t; : =

__ to 03.20c at all drugpats.I motifs, flower faces, sunbonnet babies optician in surprise. r&.n..
), or pieced designs, your scrap "Yes," said the professor; "one stared l to s Corn WHOLE Flakes GRAIN are NUTRITIVE c 1' '- .r
the "mak- pair for home and one for my of- VALUES of Thiamin
":,';; Sugar has Use been of Sugar in general use bag ings"-and can surely those supply odds and ends of fice, and a third pair to look for (Vitamin\ Bj),Niacin and Iron. ...,........................"..,,.,,,.
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nearly as much damage as a Flying i I{ the Senate conference committee I II. ], their' basic training. Other women canning;, persons needing additional
Clewiston News [I. will be given from two to six months
Fortress. that there is ample moneys appropriated allotments for canning may. applyat ;
for the Comptroller to'' enable technical training before being out- :ration boards.
when were
Many years, ago him to properly comply with the requirements posted. In all 40 ,different kinds of !
FrIday In Clewlston, still enough to work' the day I
Published young
every refer- special training are open to Lady
Florida, by the CLEWISTO NEWS, through and then drive long distances of the provisions Coffee ;
Inc. to and if not there are certainly Leathernecks.All June 30-Stamp 24 :... .
for a week end trip, we rounded -I red:! ; good for one: !

a curve 'way up the state in the'many less important political expen- women desiring information on pound expires. i''

KEATIIL.EY BOAVDEN, Editor the morning and I, ditures that could be, eliminated by I II I the Marine Women's Reserve ,are -- r,
wee small hours 1 .
down the the Comptroller thus enabling him urged to write Marine State Head- r' Shoes '
two elephants .
road saw towards us. .It was a 'distinct I to carry out the provisions of the II quarters, Florida Bank Building, Orlando June 15-Stamp 17 expires. ,

Entered as second class mall matter 'shock and we exercised considerable t appropriations bill which are of Florida. I June" 16 Stamp 18 .becomes' I II

February, 1927, at the Pest Office Jn will-power- remain in the car and I paramount importance to the people'of ; I I valid. '
Clewlston, Florida under the Act of Florida who we believe are almost \ -:"_
That one f' .
overboard. was
not dive Coast
Guard Program ,'
IMarch 3, 1897.Subscription -
of the smaller circuses on the march I .unanimously in. favor 'of budgetary a I I. Gu'

I control and sane economy in ns entitled, to 240 miles per
from town to town, but it provideda .
Rate $2.00 Per Yenr. shock that we're not anxious to re I the cost of State's operations which Announced By WesselSchool month gas rations must secure certificate \

know in instances became, from the' official i
some car-sharing !
:'Advertising Rates, On Application. peat. So please let's don't have any you :
excessive' In recent I Ii committee. .
elephants doing the work of hordes I needlessly years. i

i or mules in Florida, Mr. Wells J "If it is only a question of book bells will not ringbutit's ; I
Devoted to the advancement and welfare Fuel Oil -I s
couri '* '* I keeping machines, these machines "Reading.-'Riting-and i 'Rith- -

of Clewiston and Henary Y'1 Other signs of the, times: now owned by the State could be I metic" again for Coast Guardsmen .Sept. 30:-.Present 'fuel oil tickets. t

operated in two shifts as is being' under a program of the ArmedForces' expire and new heating period be- i
The signature a. Fort Myers I It is I j Institute. gins. q qi
1 1mA for'the done in war industries. also x
business house has adopted \ i
NATIONAL EDITORIAL | our studied opinion that you are i I The program announced by Gunner ;
I duration: "V:...- truly yours OPA Gasoline s
author- 1
t exceeding your constitutional I H. A. Wessel, district recruiting,
T iSSOCIATION. ,j tI J ity if you veto provisions referred to',officer, is primarily designed to'give Florida motorists were ,given until ,

I I Club under her very :capable wing, appropriations. This being' the tenth''I a chance to finish their high school ration stickers on their cars and the

is asking for the donation or loan of day after adjournment, you can still I education after enlisting in the OPA moved to crack down even

'a Victrola, or record playing radio act to correct this,grave error of us-: Coast Guard. harder on holders of B and C cards

A GREAT GUY attachment, for the club. The boys ing your position to over-ride the almost who use their fuel allotments" "for

really need a Victrola and some unanimous opinion of' the: For many years the Coast Guard pleasure driving.
has conducted a wide educational I
Sunday is June 20th-Fathers dance; records,, and we hope this House and the concurrence of the in Motorists displaying more than one
i of
Day. It's the one day set apart in S.O.S.. will be answered soon. Senate and we again' urge you to the program scores of 'increasing specialties the' for I sticker were warned by the OPA that
porpose fight-
the year in which we specially. remember withhold your veto of the so-called ing efficiency of its officers and, they are violating regulations by doing -

and honor our fathers. .. 'House Philosophy' and allow these I I so. 'Gasoline dealers likewiseI
No I rM :N:N:N:N N:N:N N:N:N N:..:-:NON NON NON N: N M: men.
Your father is a great guy. provisions to become law in the interest were warned that they are committing -

matter what sort of a father he is of economy, efficiency and In the interest of the wartime I a violation when they' sell gaso-

this year, he's a great' guy. Too Late To ClassifyBy ,good government in Florida. Un-I Coast Goard ,personnel it has now line to a motorist whose coupons do.

Perhaps you are a little tot, and fortunately in time limited have been been deemed advisable to supplement not correspond to the sticker on the..
dad is in military service. No the training program by a broad car. '
your RUSSELL KAY unable' to secure copy of veto me- I
doubt about it, he's a great gUY- educational opportunity for 'use by
morandum and this message is fram- -------- -
I the student, 'at his convenience i --
one of the finest.Or . . . . ed from press report." Signed: Thos.B. own ,
dad is awar :NN, N--:0.N M M MN:NM NN N MGM N:N:' on his own time, and wherever he!
perhaps Your ---------
I Dowda and Joe C. Jenkins.It .
:wo kehe builds planes, guns, may be stationed, so he may round I
tools' machinery. Probably the most far reaching and is doubtful that the above appeal out his high school or college. educa-' INVEST 10% OF YOUR
'at will prevent a veto, 'but anyhow '
constructive piece of legislation tion.
Perhaps he is a ,farmer. ;
Dowda and Jenkins deserve credit for INCOME INAFTER
stretching his days and his mind, tempted by the 1943 legislature was The long-term effect of the new
at least .
too, this year to produce every bit the House Appropriations Bill which trying.Woman's program will be for the benefit of

of foodstuff possible, knowing thereis I Chairman T. B. Dowda and his able the student. The immediate effect I

nothing in the world more mi-I committee brought out after weeksof Auxiliary : will be his development, as a greater War BondsI
portant than enough food of the conscientious study and effort I asset to the war effort.

Under its terms, continuing appropriations -
right sort.Perhaps. Needs Young WomenThe Through the Institute enlisted
he's just a civilian in no would be done away
personnel are to begin or
urgent war-job. He simply works! with and state, expenditures wouldbe
continue by correspondence, with
twice as hard as he ever did in his placed under, strict scrutiny and Woman's Auxiliary of the the possibility of obtaining credit ... :

life. He is beset with a thousand, budgetary control for the first. time Marine Corps wants young womento toward certificates or degrees, this

problems and' he takes them with- in history. I enlist for service with the educational program embracing well THE WAR YOU

,out grumbling. He is buying war Senate and House battled .for days Leathernecks, receiving full honors over 700 courses, drawing upon the
buy thru a joint conference committee and advantages of its complete WILL
bonds and helping the kiddies spec- educational resources of over 70 WANT. TO BUILD
stamps. He's walking instead of before an agreement was' reachedand ialized training.If leading American colleges and uni-
riding. He never plays golf any while some features of the House YOUR OWN HOME. CONSIDER -
between the ages of 20 and 36, versities.RATIONING.
more. He takes his relaxation' with bill, were changed, in the main it women can "Be a Marine' and Freea INVESTING PART i.

I a book, with a simple 'picnic, with a was still capable of effecting worth- Marine to'' Fight.". /lAnd over half ,

I picture show with the youngsters. while economies and its sponsors of the women in the Marine Reserve OF THE REMAINING 85% ;;.

I He backs up the soldiers at the i contend would' have set up machinery will be attached to Marine(

, front in every way possible. He that in future years' would safe- ground air units, serving with the, CALENDARMeat OF, YOUR INCOME IN.Homesite A r

i' makes no grumbling about the hardShips guard the interests of 'citizens. and link ,trainers,:parachute riggers, air- .
has brought him. There taxpayers. mVfchanics -- ," '
war craft ,aerographers and '
are boys in the front lines, with When word came from Tallahassee aviation storekeepers.In ., Cheese, Canned Mjlk, Fats;. t', :

whom he would_ gladly, trade places last week-end that Governor June 30.-J, K and L red stamps' ...
the line of necessary qualifica- '
if he could. Holland proposed to veto not. only expire.

Yes, your Dad is a great guy. Set certain figures but a large portionof tions for enlistment, women must. June 13-M stamp becomes, valid.I /
have two years of, high school or
:aside this day to tell him so.RAMBLINGS the regulatory provisions contained -
business school, be at least five feet
Canned Fruits and '
in the bill, Chairman Dowda and Vegetables
Representative Jenkins telegraphedthe high and weight over 95 pounds. In A, July 7-K, L and M blue stamps CLEWISTON REALTY
N:..:N:N:N:N.NON. .NN. :N:N:N:N:N:N:N.N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N: addition, applicants must have no expire.
Governor as follows:
'I children under IS years of age. ,- and DEVELOPMENT
"Regret to read press reports in I
Women having training in civilian Sugar
Sunday papers 'regarding your veto, !
life that corresponds with Marine Aug. 15-Stamp 13 good for five CORPORATION.
r of portions of biennial
By B. B. duty will be assigned to such dutyin I pounds expires; stamps 15 and 16
bill referred to as the 'House I

(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. sophy.' the Corps on the completion of good for five pounds if needed for '
'"As chairman of the House Appropriations -I --

Each summer the avent of hot General Committee and '

weather is the signal for an outburstof Chairman of the Sub-committee oni :
foolishness on the part of news- Continuing Appropriations and as' L :THE OLD JUDGE SAYS ,. j -

paper columnists, editorial writers citizens and taxpayers, we respectfully .;

and the like. We don't undertake urge that you reconsider your

to explain it; we just make the statement decision and refrain from vetoing

as a fact after years of obser these provisions for the following I 'I

vation. reasons: I f
Remember 'the "knockj! knock, I ,\
"The House ,Appropriations Bill \ ,
who's there": fad:? Remember the"who'll .
was passed by a vote of 84 to 6: after t ,,
take' of the care-takers
I long and careful consideration by the
daughter" fad? Remember the I
general and special committees and -

. many'' catchy little_ songs with an I many other members of the House,I )
; endless parade of silly' parodies following believe
which we 'is ample evidence i
! in their wake?, They each .
I that the so-called 'Philisophy of theHouse' -
had their birth in the first hot daysof
summer. I j was not a hasty or ill advised ,, 'l i
r' I
So-in our second year of war' the I!I I i '"The plan.Brookings report and other I : :

weather being what it is, it is not ; I
: studies show that approximately I.I I.
surprising to us to find among our i I $10,000,000 of the State's'annual I ,
exchanges such gems as the i :
expenditures under legislative ; ,
; are (
ing: fo.noW-1( ,t '
i scrutiny and budgetary control and I

She went to the 'butcher's ,,'" approximately $70,000,000 are under II I
j For spareribs and suet. I political patronage and bureaucratic \ I

But found that some others";: control. The 'House Philosophy' is -
Had beaten her tuet.: ',: I I a well considered plan to return I) !

,'I I j I control of all state expenditures to !

She said she would settel l j I I legislative control and scrutiny which I "I ,
, For sausage or liver; S j 4/ i J
I i I is clearly the intent of the Florida I
1 The butcher insisted I{ Constitution. ,If" .. :: ) I
i -
: He had none to giver. | '
, I!I "It only requires a 2-3 vote to I I ; I ..

pleaded< for porkchop, 1 I over-ride' your veto 'and this bill was I ,;":VI. L.I L.

For meatballs, for mutton. originally passed by much more than .. .,...' '," :

The butcher,said, ""Lady; \ 2-3 vote and we are convinced that ,...'. ':;,':. ==-. 'i.

I ,just ain't got nutton!" had the Senate studied the 'House .. = ; I

Philosophy' promptly instead of ,delaYing I. ,
We wonder if : the first hot \ / ,
days until i
the last day of the session .
had anything to do with the !
sug- ,it would have been necessary

' gestion that Sinclair Wells, assist- for you to submit your veto of these "You were absolutely correct in making the purposes'almost immediately. And just as I
, 'ant to Commissioner '
of Agriculture provisions back to the 1943 legisla- did the requirements in-I' '
Nathan Mayo made statement you George...not a drop of soon as' government's
the 'other
He day. ture and your, veto would have been whiskey has been distilled in this country since creased.thedistillingfacilitiesoftheentireindustry ,.',' ,
suggested that ,
used in Florida elephants mightbe over-ridden, by the House. I last Fall." .. were converted 100% to the production "
to offset the
'shortage. An elephant machinery "Obviously there can be no reason "That's what I told the boys down at the ofwar-a1coholandnotlzitzg else*As a mat
says for the 1945'
he, can do the work of several legislature to over-ride / lodge, Judge, but'they'' were so surprised I ter of fact, the beverage distilling industry

. horses 'or mules and can be fed at your practically veto as expired.the biennium The provisionsyou will have thought maybe I was wrong." is'producing about half of the government'sneeds \ ,..

i less cost. He suggests= that ships returning -: I "No you weren't, George.The truth of the for this vital war material. And that'sa
apparently Intend to veto set
up ''
,i from Africa bring back a for the first time in this State's his- matter is that a year before Pearl Harbor, 24 hour a day, 7 day a week job, George. .

few elephants each ,trip and that I tory budgetary control and require the beverage distilling industry voluntarily "I'm glad I told you about my talk with

after the war: circus and zoo people. all expenditures to be classed so as offered its facilitieS to the government.Many Sam,Judge.You've given me a lot more factson

buy them from individuals. I to .- companies started to produce alcohol for that subject." '
: enable the next legislature to locate war -

"In' case such a suggestion should and., 'segregate waste and extravagance : !
need a protest, we'd like to enter I and thereby provide for ." :

'ours. Florida farmers don't know I the much needed economies in. future Conference Alcoholic Btitrafe'InJuitTtts* Inc \
how to handle I 4
elephants and
one expenditures."It .
elephant on the rampage could do is our studied opinion and of .- (

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JUNE: 18, 1943 -


I I ChappellDoubSergeant !1 N:NNNN, N:N:N: :NNN, :NN, :NN, -:N:M:N:N:..:..:..:-..:..:..\f of the section was to eliminate thei II! FOR SALE
procedure in
unnecessary filing
, II I Class F allotments. They have also. Good Income Property
Thomas Chappell, of the I

r--: Personals I IL I I I Julia Royal Doub Air ,Force of LaBelle, and" ,Miss were; MaryI mar- With I worked which up includes their Class questions F Catechism' and, Nine room house on Ventura

answers that came, up on allot
I Tied Sunday in a quiet ceremony, ments. Avenue. Five bed-

\ j performed in Belle Glade at the ,

M. M. Prewitt is spending a twoweeks home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Rosa! Our 'There Is a difference between rooms. Lots of built-iu
Boysin allotments and '
I S. family allowances,
vacation at Zellwood, Florida. Nash. < ,
I Father Timothy J., Geary of St. >wn said Cpl. Leiter.. The answer, whichis cabinets. -- Thomas IVL

. Mr, and Mrs. Bill_ Collins have Margaret's Church, performed the 1 covered in their Catecvism, is that I Boals Box 7308 Clewis-

,.,:' ',moved,, to Miami after residing. in ceremony in the presence of thebride's .theService ,Ir I allotments are taken out regularlyby ,
the Finance office from
and few friends. j ji ; the soldier's '
. a
Clewiston for several weeks. ton tfn.
I pay and sent to the designated .
i j Sergeant Chappell is a native dfl I

Mrs. Roger W. Weeks left Friday Berkinhead, England, and is an instructor I person. In family allowances the
at Riddle Field. Mrs.; government pays $28 and the soldier
visit of ,few weeks with '
for a a ,
La-' pays $22 to the desired person. Incases I
, relatives in Denton, Maryland. : Chappell is a graduate of the 2N I ..EXPEnT'SEWIXG MACHINE
where children or, parents are
f I Belle High School.
I,', I I involved, other allowances are made. I I SERVICE
'Mrs. Lear of Miami is, The couple is: residing in Clewis-
C. E.
'' :N:N N NON..:N:N:N:N:.1:N:..:N N N N..N N:N:N:N w:N: "It's not all dry clerical 'work in I -
ton for the
spending this week in
\ this office., Many cases arise that Parts; for All Makes.
visiting Mr. and Mrs, H. C. Avant. I. ; I.
(MR. AND Mils'. KELLY HOSTS Parents and friends of the boys in I include everything from birth ,to. Work Guaranteed
service are again reminded to look: ,',murder. Sob stories that read like tiJ11ate' r
Mr. and 111'5.V.. R. Broaderick 'AT DINNER, PAHTY-"SATUnDAY Free F _
I over the Roll of Honor in the park, I exciting novels come in the form of* '
were business visitors in Fort Myers '1 Box 11 Belle Glade Fla "
, Saturday. I Campbell E. Nail, who is leaving): erected by the Kiwanis Club, and inform letters 'seeking advice and aid. All ;
wEd Barney Thomas or G. of these many letters are: wanting
,on the 21st for serVICe'In the U. S. H'j
Lang and Gordon Fleischmanof I Navy Sea-Bees, was given a fare-, Small of any names 'that should I I help and they get it from this capable,
( "
Mr. added to it. The committee was unable section in record time.
Gainesville guests for sever well party Saturday evening-
al days the latter were part of' the week !land Mrs. E. E. Kelly The, affair I to obtain a complete list of 'i j We add our familiar phrase to I. M.? COUSE
servicemen from any one source ,and I I this clipping: Another Clewiston
of the J. E. Beardsley famil.yMr j was a dinner party and was, held at
the Kelly home. did the best it could, depending on boy makes good! Louis; graduated Counselor' and Attorney at Law

and Mrs. J.V.. Durden and Mr. Nall has been employed by the families and friends to completethe from the Clewiston high school, having -, Hopkins Building
'list after theoriginal names taken some commercial train'ingwhile I
the Clewiston Motor Company, of Wednesdays and Saturdays
sons, Jimmy: and Tommy: left Fri- '
which Mr. Kelly for appeared: The committee hopes there. He attended Massey'I
day to spend their vacation in Miami I is, president, 9:30 to 4:00Johnson's
over' 13, years. Guests at the ,party that every one will do this right I Business College in Jacksonville and

I included employees of the organization away so when ,the next group of was employed in'a Jacksonville insurance -:

names is added it will make the Roll office before entering the:
Dan Beardsley left this week for I
of 'Honor correct to date. Army. *
Camp Blanding where he is entering -I Attending, were several from thej
i i
Army service in the Field Artillery Miami branch, Mr. and Mrs. ThomasB.
Replacement Battalion Shelley, Mrs. Z. H. Shelly, Mr.and I First definite news of Henry James Wynn has been advanced! Fish Camp 1

I! Mrs. H. Thursdy, Mr. and Mrs. Kolstad since his arrival across the from Technician to the rank of Ser-I (Near Hurricane Gate)

,MissLaura Matteson has returned -I Russell Whidden, O. J. Coney, C. water came in a letter from Chris- geant. It's a long way to send con- Clewiston, Fla

from a two weeks' visit in Mi- R. Cruze, Mr. and Mrs. V. Plane; 1 tine this week. She received her graduation from Clewiston, Florida,I Boats, and Motors-Guide Service j
first letter from him on May 31st and to somewhere in North Africa, but
ami, Stuart and other points on the from, ,Belle Glade, Mr. and Mrs. C. Rates ReasonableW.
East Coast. I, W. McDonald; from Clewiston, Mr. says he is premitted to give his general here they come, Sgt. Wynn We are I H. 'Johnson, Mgr.

and Mrs.- Campbell E. Nail, Mr. and location as "Northern South I 1 I really proud of you, and are anxious I '

Miss Suzanne VonMach has ''returned Mrs. G. E. Collier, Alden Maples, J. America." He finds the' work inter for, ,you to come back ,and look at,

from :Detroit, ichigan,1) M. 'Langford, Oscar 'Shelter] E. B. esting, and in his capacity will travel I that magazine picture and tell us if

where she spent the past year, at- Bethea and A. L. Andrews. over the entire area (whatever thatis. it is really James Wynn or just your RENTAL HOUSESof

.) The, country reminds him of ,double! ,
tending the Nazareth Academy in a [ / Mrs. Viola Stone's Estate are
: *
Florida. It is hpt during day
'Detroit'suburb.. Jewel Hooker.
in charge of Mrs.
'. / '- BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY but he pulls up a blanket at night. i Earl Hingson, of the U. S. 'Navy, Two now vacant.,

\' His quarters and office are both is the lucky one this week. He made I
Lt. Mrs. W.
and'' J. Beardsley have Louise Prewitt entertained a I I } SEE MRS.. HOOKER
comfortable and he gets good and "
returned, to Gainesville after spend- group rot friends with a party at the I I I (Continued' on page. 8) I concerning them.
ing a short visit here with Mr. and reasonable meals at the I s
: ,Sugarland Recreation Center last I ..
Lieutenant in
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, and in Pa- night, celebrating her 14th birthday Henry is First I '

hokee. with Mrs. Ira York Games and dancing were enjoyed I operates the Army Post Exchange Exchanges Service wherever, which FOR SALE 3-Piece

during the evening and birthday cake I -
'Miss, Irene Forsythe vho spent al our troops are stationed at home or j j Reed living set.
few weeks here at'the Manse of the and punch were. served: to, the guests. abroad. We are all glad to know room Florist Agency
Attending were Jo Ann Crouch
that he has landed safely and has I([Good condition. C. M.
Community Church while
servingthe Grace' Ward, Carline Berner, Pat Flowers delivered here at no

church two successive Sundays, Bailey, Harriet Alston, Mary Louise comfortable working* *conditions. Jarvis Royal Palm Ave. extra cost. Other towns,' anywhere -

left ,Tuesday evening for her home Thomas and Mauryne Prewitt; Sam- I in U. S. add only cost of

in Bradenton.Eric my Young'', Junior''Martinez, Bobby Our first censored letter from a .. ..I telegram, ranging from 20 to.
soldier within the U. S. A. was,one received -
Knight, Raymond Trice,, Ben Bolton I 55 'cents.
this week from Connie Clark.
Thomas, who' substituted as and Charles Benbow.MIS FOR SALE I MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN
It doesn't meanthat the .Army already -
butcher at Parkinson's while L. C. knows that Connie loves to 75 Feet of Chicken Wire. Western Union_ Office I
Reddish bras on, -vacation.#is, now f W. C. OWEN HOSTESS TO ', II 82 Night 2791
,BRIDGE'CLUB talk. It, just'means that 'lie has Day Phone -
employed in'Moore HaVen 'in: Parkin- WEDNESDAY 1357
Box 1 'Clewiston.
4, been stationed at ca "stagingarea": ..
son's store there in a similar ca-,
pacity. Mrs. W. C. Owen was hostess to and that has something to do with I '-- a

members of her bridge club Wed- the embrkation of troops: ,and so

'I nesday afternoon at her home. First mail of soldiers in that work goes

Miss Marcia Avant returned Sunday prize was won ,by Mrs. J. E. Beards- through the same censor's office ash\ FAREWELLS
from a two weeks' vacation PROLONGED
!, ley and second by Mrs. N. V. S. mail from overseas. I
which she Miami West
spent in and '
Mumford., I. He,' writes: "I have enjoyed being -
Palm Beach'. Miss h-er'
Avant, had I The hostess,served sandwiches and in the ,Army as much 'as anyone I!
tonsils removed in West Palm iced tea to 11rs.Beardsley, Mrs. could under the, ,circumstances s (remember -
Beach I :
Friday. ,
Mumford. Mrs: ,H. A. Bestor, Mrs. he married the day hard' DELAY DEPARTURES

F. Deane Duff, Mrs. Otto Larsen, his induction) but it is pretty

Bub, Mills, Bob Berner Jim John- Mrs.. C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. R, G. Wilson to step from one world into

son and Kay Bowden are spendingthis and: Mrs. F .E. Conkling. I\ This is not a camp but a another'j "

week at Grennolds Park n arJ.Iiam'i I area.. We ,are not given the ,.
\ ,
\ where they ares at a Presbyterian COMMUNITY: CHURCH basic training but a fraction -of ?

''boys camp, conducted by the 1 everything is covered. We go 'to the

Rev. Alexander Linn, of Miami. I Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. rifle range, the week]: of the 20th and

Dr. C. E. Gericke, Superintendent. then are, sent to another school. We.I

Mrs. Foy Durrence and Bonnie Morning services at 11 o'clock. i( have 'no idea where because they are

Faye and ,Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., mo- 'The Rev Lauren Brub'aker, D.D.' located all over the states. I y Nfy

tored to West Palm Beach Saturdayto minister of the Flagler Memorial "I was in town last night and

meet Keeta Renfroe who arrived Presbyterian Church, of St. Augustine whom should I see but ,Miss Lucy

from Abbeville, Ga., to visit Mrs;:' will deliver the sermon at Humble and her sister. Boy, it was' .
Hare. !morning services Sunday. All are, like winning a game of snooker from

cordially welcomed. They were through
you. passing
:, Miss Janice Wynn has returned 1 GARDEN going to Kentucky.
from Arcadia after spending the i' I "Would sure appreciate any mail)

past year there attending, high I The 'Clewiston Garden Club will as letters are scarce here. s I

school. Miss Janice graduated from meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'-' "Your friend, Connie." j

...:: high school and had an appendectomy I clock in the Red Cross Surgical j I Connie is stationed at the New

,performed the same night. She has Dressing Room. All members are' Orleans Staging Area but leaves;

'_ ,recovered completely, however. "' urged to attend and any visitors I there the last of :this month. I'
'' *
will be welcomed The 'meetings

Mr and Mrs. H. S. McDuffie, will| continue' during the summer in I The Center Sentry iS'the', camp, paper 1
,. 'of the Nashville Army Air' Cen-
: Misses Gloria ,and Betty McDuffie, an effort to further the surgical
ter, and its June 3rd issue had 'a
RAF Cadet Tommy JonesV.. H. dressing program of the Red Cross
I column describing the allotment ,
'I ; Martin, were visitors in Mianii Sun-, as much as possible. sec-
day. Mrs. McDuffie and Mr. Martin I tion at the Center which is' in
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH charge ofour Louis Leiter.
attending the showing of Wholesaler J'
Caravan of Merchandise. H. C. Mentlor: ; Pastor "One of the most unique allot-

ment sections, and the only one of
t n'a
1 1 j "Embark on enterprise which its exact kind, ,is found here at the

Jimmy....and Johnny Jenkins of I(you: cannot submit to the .test of' NAAC. Headed( by Cpl. Louis

,,,, Fort Myers Beach have been guests' ." I Leiter
prayel and ably supported by Mrs
for the past week of their
uncle and I Sunday 'School-J:45! m. Thelma Nicholson, a civilian, Cpl.

",. ,aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston. I Morning Worship, "What Makes: a I B. L. Kelsey, Pvt. Francis J. Kolle- THE goodbye stretcher is a schedule
' Their parents, Mr. and"Mrs.
WalterJenkins ; Maudie
/ Strong"-11 a. m. her and AFC Hokler, this
came up for them yester- that wrecker. While prolonging the parting,
Training Union-7:15 p. m. ; group has set up a section ,

day. Evening- 'Vorshlp-8: 30 p. m.' i! handles the allotments, of soldiers) 'fighting men and war workers bite their
You have a special welcome at our without the usual hurly-burly fash-

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wiandt and church to come and worship with us ion which is found at most camps. fingernails and WAIT. Buses already

family left yesterday to reside in if you do not have a church home i "It all ,started when Cpl. Leiter
Miami where Mr. Wiandt has ac- here., I We are enjoying good fellow1. was sent to the Post from Ft. Ben- slowed to save tires, cannot maintain:schedules

cepted a position. Barnard Leiter, ship and .a spirit of friendliness per-I ning last fall. He arrived and found
. when time is lost at bus stops. Prompt
and ?
Mrs. Edna w'ere
Pullen trans- meates ,
the atmosphere. You will ,himself working without a. permanent '

ferred from their positions at Rid-:! enjoy singing with our peo i e. Every I typewriter, desk or telephone. ness is a virtue and a duty. ''

dle Field here to Embry-Riddle Field!, part of the service is designed to He tackled the job, however, and

in Miami. I j benefit the individual. I ,,while: ,he was' on furlough] back in ,/

I; The Circles of the W .M. S. meet j February Mrs. Nicholson was as-! Miller's DrugStore

Friends of Mr. and Mrs. ,W. G.Ion Tuesday afternoon at '3:30. l signed to take his place. When he AgyFC
Mathis, who moved from Clewiston Our mid-week services continue to r returned he found Private Hollenherhad gF1o4YFEk PoWICo

o several months ago, ire interested grow and much interest is being been added. Gradually things

to learn of the announcement of the manifest. This service begins at 8 began to take form and at present" o u Irc'>: Canal Point. FIn.FRIDAY s1C EFSF

birth of a son, Mitchell Bailey p. m. Wednesday.A the allotment section has its own) ;

Mathis, who arrived in a Winter Haven large chorus choir is in the office space in the Cadet Admin;I

hospital June 9th. The bahyweighed making in our church. Do .you.enjoy istration I building t1 and proudly

10 pounds; 11 ounces. The: singing? If so, meet with this claims its own typewriters: desks andtelephone

Mathis family now resides in Haines::1 group Wednesday just after 'the '-, I

City. _.._, prayer service-at 8:45 "One of the first accomplishments




a .M .

.G Super War Board Spurs National Effort; I C.ht Kelp worrying ,

.R UW 0 'bt times "

QR EAwu ON Russians Press New Caucasus Drive; AJ' i'S inconvenient ,'

Threat Allied Bomb War Blasts, Y wnus.rvl thing .

I'd hate to hive our

D. C. Nazi War Plants and Italian Ports Promise: house blown ,
MORE CANNED GOODS You will be missed but not up -- i
when hope is small We .W it !
Housewives who will get more
(EDITOR'S NOTE: When opinions are expressed In these columns: they Are those or And I revolt against the tricks of
canned goods this summer can Western Newspaper Union's news analysts and not necessarilY or this newspaper.) fate pointed just L'2 '

thank the senate's Truman committee. Released by Western Newspaper Union. thispring.. I
You will be missed
but not
No one announced it officially, I
Soli a!trio when I recall I f.CM
but it was due to their probing that -
the army recently released 30 mil l e SIIANIUNGy The awesome shutting of a quiet

lion cases of canned fruits and vege- / iy' gate, 0 ;i
Not when the winds vi1
corne racing
tables for civilian use. ._' Vt0. IIAIUNG' :. down the
sky _
The Truman committee had re- f+l
t g9 iii ii And there is chill
SHANSI and famine 'in
vealed the fact that huge quanti-
tiYI WNU Features.
the air .
ties of canned goods'were being
Not when the heart is desolate and
hoarded or unwisely used by the tiGIuCE
,dry .
army, when fresh vegetables were
easily available. Especially revealIng G, I'1vINCE y 4 w-SNANGNA3 / Not when the eyes are mirrors of CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I '

was the cross-examination of HUPEHu = despair .

Gen. E. B. Gregory, the army's & NIVP M ICNANO NANKOw ? +
Senator S You will be missed when life is at
quartermaster general by
VI J F4 tNGO MANGCNOW its best
Brewster of Maine. '
"Why does the army feed canned When every rose has opened to AGENTS WANTED
C.Cs'1. .c the sun,
grapefruit to its troops in Miami, '
is You will be missed when I no longer BOOK. BIBLE ,AGENTS. Men, women
asked Brewster "when grapefruit
attention. Good
sideline. Fast
seller. Biff
growing fresh all over Florida?" c ADVANCC O CIINCENTRATIOJ \ J quest commission. Write VICTOR PRESS 715
o HUNAN 1 With all goals made and every'victory Roy St.. Camden. New Jersey.
"Because the men are too lazy to '
KIASGS! 3.i won; :
prepare fresh grapefruit, was
eral Gregory's frank,reply. PROYINCI: J For this is love to share the least Open Fellow
He also admitted that \ 'delightAnd
green vege- v The
man who has
tables and fruits were readily avail- r .-. "i bear,alone the terror and the night! from his wife either has no secretsor

able to army camps during a large ( .,. -Po s. no wife.-Gilbert Wells.PERFEOT6ROOMlNG .
part of,the year, but that army com- f ,'". "t./'" ""' .
missaries purchased canned goods { Britishers in Tunisia are splitting

because it was easier to prepare than I J\WANCSI KWANGTUNC 4 their sides over this one. One of the

fresh vegetables.The I swAtaw Tommies there lost his bayonet, and I 1 1NAIatONlt
Truman committee also found rather than face the consequencesof

that as a result of this hoardingthe admitting the. misdemeanor, !
packers and canners were in a Up the Yangtze river toward China's capital Chungking a powerfulJap carved out'an excellent imitation of

quandary and expected to curtail offensive had moved. The area in black on the map above indicates the missing weapon. For weeks he i iI

production. They knew the army the forward extent of the Jap movement. Although Chinese troops succeeded went about his duties 'with the ,fake I
in blunting the drive at various points the menace to China's Valuable Property I
had overpurchased, could never use concealed in his scabbard, safe from
its vast stores of canned goods. So future participation in the war, still remained. censure so long as his handiworkwent National honor, is national prop-
erty of the highest Value. James
the canners figured the army would undetected. When the ineVi- -

dump this back on the market, EUROPE : MOBILIZATION: table order came to "Fix Bayonets," Monroe.A .

thereby causing an oversupply justat Bombs Move, FactoriesAs Super Board Formed however, he was undone. He sim-
the wrong time. That was why ply stood there, his scabbard un
30 million cases were turned backto Allied 'bombers continued to President Roosevelt's appointment touched. FOR QUICK RELIEF :

civilian use by the army now, plummet destruction on Axis European of James F. Byrnes as director of es

to ease the market while there is a industrial and transportationcenters the newly formed Office of War The'sergeant demanded an ex 0

civilian shortage. evidence mounted that the Mobilization meant that now the planation. ""It's a promise I made

Nazis were seeking to cushion the home front would be marshalled be- my father, said the Tommy. "As Soothing S A LV E
he lay on his death-bed I told himI ANTISEPTIC
impact of these raids by moving hind the scale
war program on a
WHITE COLLAR MINERS would never bare a bayonet on the Used by thousands with satisfactory results
their war industries to less vulnerable hitherto undreamed of. for 40 years-six valuable ingredi-
While the War Labor board had anniversary of his death." Get Carboil write
in Czechoslo- ents. at drug stores or
spots Hungary
Coming after the historic series of
John L. Lewis over a parrel for vakia and Austria. conferences between the Presidentand "That's the damndest fish story I Spurlock-Neal, Co., Nashville Tenn.

asking a $2-a-day wage increase for The dispersal of German industry Prime Minister Churchill of Brit- ever heard!" the sergeant thun-

organized coal miners, another eastward was further indicated by ain the establishment of the Officeof dered. "Lemme see that bayonet!" If you were to say the first bugle
branch of the government, the Bu-, "For "
the fact that Allied reconnaissance breaking a promise,
War Mobilization marked a significant call of the day in the Army isuReveille"you'd
reau of 'Internal Revenue, okayed said the as' he drew
had disclosed no effort to repair or Tommy slowly
milestone. For now the responsibility be wrong. It's
various salary increases for nonunion clear such key installations as the ,for production, 'procurement forth the bayonet, "-may the .Lord.. ,"First Call." But you probably
:supervisory employees. in coalmines. Focke-Wulf aircraft works in Bremen turnit; to. wood, !"
transportation and; distribu- \, ,.. know what cigarette gets first call
or the Renault plant near Paris tion of military as well as ,civilian with Army:men-it's'Camel.: And
,.The matter was kept hushed by An MGM writer decided
up he want-
wrecked Allied'bombs weeks
by with men
ago. supplies, materials and products was Camel is the favorite in
secret-loving Internal Revenue bu- and however the ed to get into the :Army. "I'm seri '
Grimly steadily, vested in one man-James'F. Byrnesand all branches of the service-Navy,
reaucrats, but here are the facts: Allied airmen continued their mission the committee working with ous," he told pals. "I want to be Marines, Coast Guard, too. (Based''
A special Internal Revenue of disaster Axis after one of the best soldiers." =:
as city I him. That committee included Sec- on actual sales records from serv
branch, known as the Salary Stabili- I city was checked off the schedule. retary of War Stimson, Secretary of And this is what happened at the, ice men's stores.) And though
zation unit functions in
the salary :i examples of this thorough job were Navy Knox, Harry Hopkins and WPB induction center. remarked that there are Post Office restrictionson
field the War Labor board in
Dusseldorf and Dortmund, coal and Director Donald M. Nelson and Judge the place was crowded and that it packages to overseas Army
the wage field, to keep, personal transportation centers of northwestern Fred M. Vinson who succeeded was so'stuffy.. The psychiatristheard men, you can still send Camelsto

earnings below inflationary levels. Germany, where 4,000 tons of Byrnes as economic stabilization di him and marked I down soldiers in the 1 U. S., and to

The new unit must approve appli- bombs were dropped on successive rector. "Claustrophobia." men in the Navy, Marines, and

cations business for all salary boosts affect- nights by the RAF. The munitions- "Oh, please," said the scrivener, Coast Guard wherever they are.
ing executives and white
collar making city of Essen was likewise RUSSIA:, r "don't do that, I'm. just over -Adv.There's.
blasted again, while daring RAF anxious."
Red Power Rises
While everything the War Labor Mosquito bomber pilots penetrated, "
board does is open to public scrutiny, to .the central German city of Jena, After the 'Nazis had tested the The man wrote: "Nervous.

Internal Revenue's Salary Stabilization home of the; Zeiss factories making Reds' mettle on four separate sec- "Oh,,look now," said the lad. "I'm

unit !operates strictly behind the optical instruments for the Nazis. tors from Veliki Luki on the northto not nervous. I was drinking last

scenes, and doesn't answer to any- Meanwhile, invasion's prelude was the Caucasus on the south, the night." "
The man wrote: "Alcoholic.
body. Russians themselves provided the
paced by a series of port-wrecking
Recently, it leaked out, however, raids by U. S. and British planes fireworks by hurling 150,000 infantryand "But I don't drink much," he in- '

that bituminous coal mine 'opera from French Africa on Italian shipping -. tank men in a vast assault terrupted, "I'm all keyed,up. To be l I I

tors, in a move to block union organization cities.CHINA against the Axis Kuban lines in the awake I took benzedrine." good reason why I'AZO oint-
of mine'"sub-bosses," had Caucasus. I m The man wrote: "Drug addict. of sufferers from simple Piles. First.
requested government permission to : While early Russian accounts of I The poor guy is back at MGM. PAZO ointment soothes inflamed ureas
increase salaries of all supervisory this movement were characteristi- -relieves pain and itchini Second.
PAZO ointment lubricates hardened
Drives Menace
employees, including mine superin- Tap cally laconic, a Berlin radio dispatch When Larry Lesueur, the CBS cor- dried parts-helps prevent cracking and

tendents, managers, foremen, sub- Chinese official observers had frequently conceded that the first Russian respondent, visited a soldiers' hos- to soreness.reduce Third.swelling I'AZO and check ointment Mccding.tends

bosses, etc. That white-collar in- warned United Nations headquarters waves had thrust the German lines pital in Moscow, he chatted with a Fourth it's easy to use. l'AZO oint-
crease amounte'd to an of that of their back than mile the Kuban ment's perforated Pile Pipe makes application -
average a collapse resistance more a on wounded man who the doctors said simple thorough. Your doctorcan
$2 a day-just-the increase the min- against Japan was possible front protecting Novorossisk and wouldn't be able to fight again. Le tell you about PAZO ointment.

ers asked for. unless Allied air and military aid added that Nazi defenses were tak- I sueur asked the soldier what he

was speeded up. ing a terrific battering everywhere planned to do and was told that he

GRAIN FROM CANADA The stark truth of these warnings along their last remaining Caucasus intended to go back to the front.

Food Boss Chester Davis has spent became evident as a four-pronged foothold. Berlin said the Reds em- : "You can't," said Lesueurthere

days looking for a good transportation Japanese drive along the Yangtze ployed 10 divisions, at least 170 tanks, :. are plenty of men to take your GET "RHEUMATIC PAIN

/ man to solve that problem of river had reached within only 275 200 planes and strong artillery place., AFTER
in miles of Generalissimo Chiang Kai- forces. With a" Medlclnl that will Prove Itself
bringing wheat from Canada. "You don't understand, was the
shek's capital of Whether this Russian heralded If suffer from rheumatic painor
Commodity Credit corporation has Chungking. move Russian's reply. "No one can take you
muscular aches,buy C-2223 today
bought,Vk million bushels of Cana- Doggedly the Chinese defenders the long-awaited 'summer battle another's place in a fight." for real pam-relievjng help. 60c, $L
dian wheat, but not a 'bushel has had contested every mile of territorywith was still'a matter -of conjecture Caution: Use only as directed. First

moved. Meantime, dairy and poul- the invaders, even winning local among observers. A reader requests the origin of,the bottle purchase, price refunded 0-2223.-by
successes in some areas, notably druggist if not satisfied. Get
farmers in
try the Northeast are word "racket." It was underworldese -
Ichang where Chiang's soldiers had UNITY:
'- running low on feed grains. "
for "party. In the old days in
Great Lakes steamers got movinga blunted the enemy drive. French Leaders Agree New York on the lower East Side WNU-7 23-43
month late on account of the late But the threat of Nippon's mightwas
when mobsters ran a dance or affair -
Unification of French leadershipwith
still poised within striking distance
thaw. They are loaded down with -
for a pal in a jam-they sold
all conflicting submergedin
of Chungking and the Allied 1
ore for the steel mills have
no space tickets to it.
the task of the
for grain. Rail movement is the high command still faced the problem I
only alternative. of abating that threat. empire was a dream that had had "We're gonna have a racket Friday _

many nightmare interruptions. But night," they'd say. Often smalltime D tsiashMay
Grain stocks in the U. S. have been
RUBBER: with a spirit of give and take evident gangsters would employ that
the heaviest in history, but so is con- Warn of Disordered
the Giraud and De- theme to ready with
among get money, no
sumption of grain. Recordbreakinganimal Strikers Go Back
Gaulle forces themselves and with thought of holding the event. Such Kidney Action

production is eating into the Back to their jobs in Akron, Ohio, persistent urging from the United cheats were called "racketeers." Modern life with Its hurry and and,!
stocks so fast that foreign imports Irregular habits Improper eating
streamed 51,500 rubber workers fol- States and Britain, the dream had And when a stranger' was being drinking-its risk of exposure and infec
must be
moved. This is
one time 'owing a curt ultimatum from Presi- become a reality. checked, they'd ask: "What's his tion-throws heavy strain on the workof
when farmers would welcome I the kidneys. They are apt to become
of some dent Roosevelt that ended a five-day Gen. Charles DeGaulle, Fighting racket?" over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
that much abused
Argentine corn and other impurities from the life-giving
and strike stopping essential wartime French leader, hailed the new era -
wheat. blood.
Behind rubber production. in a radio broadcast on the eve of Some of us were gabbing about You may suffer nagging backache;
this excitement about Terming the walkouts "inexcusable" his historic trip from London to Al- pungent drama criticism. A Broad- headache, dizziness, getting up nights.
grain supplies is swelling-feel constantlytired
mark which few one ,big question and a "flagrant violation of the giers to meet General Giraud. way vet recalled Woollcott's slap ata leg ,pains nervous,all worn out. Other SIgnSof
people outside the no-strike pledge," the President "Union of the empire will be accomplished second-rate'musical. "The plot," kidney or bladder disorder aro frequent sometimes -
government realize burning scanty or too
feeding namely, had warned that "necessary steps ," he said. "When it, is he wrote, "hasn't a leg to stand on urination., ,
occupied territories., would be taken to prptect the nation's realized how this is done in the face and there are chorus girls to match." Try Doan't Pill Doan'a help the
If and when invasion comes, the kidneys to pass off harmful excess: body
civilians interests" unless the strikes of difficulties then one's respect waste. They have htd more than halt K
on the invasion front, were terminated. The President act- for France and one's faith in Pvt. M. Wilk of "This Is the century of public approval. Are recom-
whether in France the Low Coun- mended grateful users everywhere.
tries, or the alkans, will ed after the dispute was certified to her destiny will become even greater Army" tells of the bloke who i Ask your neighborlWashington
be fed from the American, to him by the War Labor board. 'We have'paid heavily'enough brought his troubles to The GoodWill .

basket. bread I Earlier, national CIO officials'had for our absurd division to be con- Hour. "Mr. Anthony," he began I

Quickest way to get foodto urged the strikers to return to their vinced we shall emerge from the "my best friend ran away with
starving is in I '
people the
grave form oi job. abyss only by uniting." my wife. They've been gone a month

-and, Mr. Anthony-I miss him!" I

{ .



'Once Bitten, Twice Shy9_' ,r

PWfNgJPORTS So Goes the Old Adage

\ Getting ready to perform his

'1 : final and greatest feat, the local

& HCUINOLDL amateur magician stepped out to

the edge of the platform and said:i,

2FJA Released by Western Newspaper Union "For the purpose of my next
trick, which-1 assure you will bea
by Western Newspaper Union. good one, will some gentlemanin

much-debated questionjusthow the'audience kindly lend me his
pHE Just as we are congratulating our- hat? Will "
good a fighter is Beau Jack? you, sir? he added per-
that knowlc'dge of cancer was
to ,
suasively a man in the front
-was answered quite specifically
making great headway not only in
; when the lightweight champion lost ,_., ,, row.
-- --- America but throughout the world, it
to Bob Philadel- But the man in question clutchedhis
' Montgomery, rangy :
_ comes as a shock that
phia Negro, before a capacity crowdin authoritiesstate hat firmly with both hands and .
Madison Square Garden. shook his head.
that "the public -
t The fight definitely will not rankas / education on the "I will not," he retorted indignantly -

one of ringdom's great specta- /K / cancer problem 'is "not until you return the

cles. Certain vulgar people were inadequate and in- lawnmower you borrowed last

heard to make snide remarks con effective." We have summer." S

cerning the caliber of present light- f 5 7naturally been think-

weight boxers. But both boys gave ing that as moVe

all they had. Both were' game, 4.z people now live to B EAT Heat rash irritated skin
thrills to the touch of Mex-
courageous and willing to ,take a :
the cancer age, this THE
anna, formerly Mexican
chance. But like
fighters Barney
is the cause of the H EAT Heat Powder. For sooth-
Ross, Tony Canzoneri, Henry Arm- increase of cancer, ing help, get Meisana.
strong and Lou Ambers could have
which is true to
: '' Dr. Barton
i whipped either man with a mini- ,< \ great extent. How-

: mum of difficulty. ever, that more could and should ,be Tennyson-1943

Beau Jack was 3-1 in the ringside '4rfI \\ done, in fact is absolutely neces- Washington's latest name for

betting, after closing in the after- sary, if we are to reduce the cancer Mr. Henry Kaiser, the American

noon marts at 2-1. From that angleit ;< death rate, is more knowledge of shipbuilder, is "Sir Launchalot."
was the biggest boxing upset of
cancer. Thus the slogan "Fight Can-
the year. The decision of Referee \ I
cer with Knowledge" is timely.
Arthur Donovan and the two judgeswas :
I That knowledge of cancer is greatly -
unanimous, none of them giving .
: ::.f needed is the statement in the (
Montgomery less than nine rounds.
Journal of the American Med(cal
One press association scored 11 for, [ Surprising, .
Association, by Drs. Charles R. how quickly! the dryness is relieved '
Montgomery, three for Jack and one #
< Jules A. Plant and AshleyW. and healing begins alter
even. t'kq'1:<>>J;( oi tt j'Mt.t'Xtd; ; :: 1:;;:,'itj{:' > 7:<<::rf"W Harms, medicated using ,
Cughterson, New Haven, Conn. soothing, time-tested,

The RecordsFrom Strawberry Jam It's the Berries! In the study of the causes of delayin ESNN

(See Recipe Below) obtaining treatment by 155 patients -

the record the fight was it was found that only about
slated to be a good one. The Beauhadn't Get in the Jam!
Your Canning Shelf one-fourth of the patients had read -Buy War Savings Bonds-
lost In two his
a fight years,
about cancer and that all but two
defeat-free span of 16 'bouts stem- Bright little berries pushing their of these' had'obtained their informa-
ming back into late 1941. Montgom- noses out of the greenery surrounding Strawberry Jelly -
tion from and
ery's record of 50 victories in 59 them makes you think of, jam Ripe Sour Cherry and Red newspapers popular DON'T LET
magazines. Only two admitted read-
fights, 27 by knockouts, including and jelly time, and rightfully so, for Raspberry Jam ing public health pamphlets. CONSTIPATIONSLOW
Strawberry and Pineapple Jam
five non-title meetings with light- this is the time to start putting up
those ,berries! Rhubarb Relish "Delay in the diagnosis and treat- YOU UP
Recipes Given f ment of cancer is one' of the most
Strawberries are usually the first ( When bowels are sluggish and you
important factors in the failure to
peel irritable headachy, do as million
followed -
arrive the
to canning scene,
obtain results by the methods now' [do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem
very shortly for % minute. Remove from fire, available-radium, X-rays and sur-' {chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew,
<-; f by the other skimpour quickly into glasses and !IFEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed.'
ft berries like raspberries paraffin at once. gery. taking only in accordance with packagedirections
; What is considered delay insofaras -sleep without being dis-
: A ;:/ cherries, Do you like the new combination
turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
,:' the patient and physician are
and then the2k& ? You the above
y / p jellies may use rec- relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
fruits. Don't wait ipe, preparing the required 4 cups FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
: until the berries of -juice from 3 quarts of berries including This 'depends to some extent on land economical.generous family supply

you are canning 2 or more of the berries list location of the cancer, as a cancer I costs only

are too ripe, for those do not make ed above. on the skin or where it can be seen (FEENAMINT"To lot

the best jams and jellies.To Rhubarb Relish. easily will not take as long to recog-

insure success in jelly making, (Makes pints) nize as cancer inside the body.

use a commercial pectin. There's no 1 quart diced rhubarb Delay by the patient. This con- relieve distress of MONTHLY-\

sugar to waste on jelly, that doesn't 1 quart onions, finely cut sists in having persistent symptomsfor

jell, and no time to spend re-cook- 4 cups brown sugar one month or longer before con- Female WeaknessWHICH

ing juices that won't work for jelly 1 tablespoon salt suiting a physician

or j jam. ,The recipes I'm giving 1 teaspoon cinnamon Delay by the physician. This con- MAKES YOU CRANKY,NERYOUS!

% this year are for smaller, quantitiesof 1 teaspoon allspice sists in the waiting for any period

V w3w ________ j jam and jelly for most of us do 1 teaspoon cloves longer than three weeks after the LydIa E.has Plnkham's helped thousands Vegetable to Compound relieve --

i/p not have too much sugar. to spareon 1 teaspoon ginger 'patient is first seen during which a periodic pain, backache, head-
L canning. Vz teaspoon pepper diagnosis may' be announced or a acho with weak nervous cranky,
BOB MONTGOMERY You'll like this standard recipe 1 pint vinegar consultation with another physician blue feelings due to functional
which be used for monthly dist bances. This Is due
can making several or cancer specialist requested..
Combine all ingredients and heat to its soothing effect on one ofWOSL&N'S
weight champions, (three times with different kinds of jelly:
slowly to boiling. Simmer 45 to 50 S MOST IMPORTANT ORGANS.
Sammy Angott and twice with Lew Strawberry Jelly Taken regularly-Pinkham's Com
minutes or until thick. Turn into
Jenkins) was extremely flattering.But pound helps build up resistance
Red Raspberry Jelly Salt
the boys couldn't hurl statisticsat sterile glasses and seal with paraffin. Reduction Aid against such annoying symptoms.
Blackberry Jelly Serve with meat. Follow label directions.Worth trying

each other. Boysenberry Jelly Strawberry and Pineapple 'Jam. In Meniere's Disease -
From the spectators' viewpoint, Dewberry Jelly
the fight at least was an active af Loganberry Jelly (Makes 10 glasses, 8 .

fair. Both men kept flailing ,away. Youngberry Jelly ounces each) A recent valuable discovery is -- .,J- .- I

Beau Jack started his 'usual routine (Makes 11 glasses, 6 fluid ounces 2 cups crushed strawberries that most cases of Meniere's dis

of left-hand jabs, often landing six each) 2 cups crushed canned or fresh ease-hard of hearing: head noises, F.I

or seven without being stopped. But 4 cups juice pineapple dizziness, nausea and vomitingaredue .

he carried a fly swatter instead ofa IVz cups sugar 7",cups sugar to "waterlogging" or swellingof '

post maul. And 'the Beau tired 1 bottle fruit pectinTo Yz bottle commercial, fruit pectinTo a part of the hearing system. By : ,SOM'PS. ENf Qrf. f,

quickly. Neither man ever .had prepare juice, crush or grind prepare fruit, crush completely cutting ,down on liquids and salty ". --- "', '-'," .
fought a 15-round battle before, butit thoroughly about 3 quarts of fully or grind the berries. Cut fine or foods most of these cases obtain relief -

was Montgomery who proved to ripe berries. Place in jelly bag or grind the fresh pineapple or use' from these symptoms.Just .

have the greatest reserve. And that cloth and squeeze out juice. (If berries already canned fruit. Combine what causes this swelling or

wasn't the most surprising thing lack tartness, fruits. Measure sugar and fruit into waterlogging in the ear is not defi-

in the world. substitute Vi cup r- ., large kettle, mixing well. Bring to nitely known. Dr. W. E. Grove,

Even in his 12-round engagementsJack lemon juice for a full, rolling boil over high heat. Milwaukee in Annals of Ear, Nose

had shown a tendency to weaken }4 cup prepared Stir constantly during boiling. Boil and Throat, suggests that the swell-

before the close. It is obvious juice.) Measure I r ;ll! hard 1 minute. Remove from heat ing may be due to allergy-sensi-

that no athlete can retain his origi- sugar and juice and stir ,in pectin. Stir and skim tiveness to foods or other substancesjust

nal drive through a dozen roundsof into large sauce- by turns for just 5 minutes to cool as swelling occurs in other tissues -

hard going. But Jack has the pan and mix.Bring slightly to prevent, floating fruit. due to allergy. Swelling may

habit of running down suddenly. Hedoesn't to a' boil Pour quickly and paraffin or seal at also be due to lack of certain vita-

: lack -courage, but his over the hottest once. mins in the food, "or to the lack of a

stamina gives out. fire and add bottled fruit pectin at You have often heard it said 'that sufficient amount of some gland extract -

once, stirring constantly. Then bring perfect jelly or jam can be obtained in the system.It .
Drawing Power to a.,full rolling boil and boil hard
even with- ..-. ... .. is fortunate that while the search
Regardless of his staying power; I out the use of a iii;; ji iiix; for the cause of these symptoms con-

Beau Jack has even more important commercial pec tinues so much relief can be obtained -

drawing power. In his last four Lynn Says: tin. But, to make by the medical treatment by

fights he has pulled In about a good jelly, the histamine and by* avoiding foods

third of a million dollars. His two Jelly-Making: Don't be too am- fruit must contain EIHI; rich in salt.Foods .

fights with Fritzie Zivic-in Febru- bitious. You'll have more suc- both pectin avoid because
to they contain -
ary and March-brought in a little cess and be less tired out if you and acid in the
too much salt are: salted butter -
over $70,000 each. The gate for the can. only small quantities of fruitat right quantity to I
bread crackers '
Henry Armstrong match on April 2 a time and "do it right." jell-be it for jelly or jam. Straw- ordinary eggs,
milk, spinach, carrots, oatmeal and
was $105,000, and the JackMontgomery : Unless you have all your neigh- berries contain acid but usually lack all corned, pickled, smoked or salt-
bout brought in $85,000. bors and cousins and family'help sufficient pectin. That's why pectinof ed foods.

The defeat certainly did not bols- ng you on canning, and haveto the commercial variety is added'

ter Jack's stock, but the colored tackle the job alone, do not when making jelly or jam: or, as in Foods that can be eaten because Many of the insect "enemies

boy from Georgia will be given a return try to put up bushels of produce. this next recipe, lemon juice is add- they contain very little salt are: that swarm the baltlefronts

r bout for the title. The fight con- Have a day for jellymakingand ed: apples, asparagus, cabbage, Brus- 'plaguing the life" out of our soldiers
tract Strawberry-Lemon Jam. sels sprouts, lettuce, grapes, or- -die before the lethal blast
contained the jam-making just
all-important as set
you anges, lemons, sugar, jelly, unsalted of FLIT and other insect
provision. aside a day for washing and iron- 4 cups washed, hulled strawberries our ?
butter and 'unsalted bread. cidcs.
Boxing as a whole is not very well ing. Make it a rule not to have 5 cups sugar
off. Perhaps the 'main reason for housecleaning or any other big Yz cup lemon juice There are of course some cases As for common house pests-
Combine and berries where the histamine and food FLIT slays 'em as it sprays 'em.
the lack of national interest is that job on the same day for you'll be sugar ,
very few people know who the various too tired to concentrate as you ting stand a few minutes, stirring ment giyes little or no relief. What FLIT has the highest rating established
champions are. should on canning. occasionally. Do not crush fruit. can be done 'for these cases becausethe for household insecticides
: care. Seemingly theyzlon't Bring to a boil and boil 10 minutes, symptoms are distressing and by the National Bureau of
Select your jars and examine stirring constantly. Add lemon juice weakening? Standards ...the AA Rating.Be .
Not so long
ago any fight involving them for cracks or imperfectionsthe
and cook 2 minutes longer. Pour sure to ask for
I the lightweight, championshipwould day before do Surgery is now used where medical .
you your can- FLIT-the knock-out
be a top sports' event. These ning. Get them all washed, too into sterilized glasses and seal at and diet treatment fail, or for killer-today! .
once with paraffin.Are _
matches ranked those who for economic
or other
second only to sterilizing is the only big jobyou S
heavyweight title bouts. have left when actual jelly- you having difficulties planning reasons cannot be kept on a super

But today the individual who can making day comes up. meals with points? Stretching your meats? vised treatment for a long time and FLIT

name the champion and a coupleof In getting strawberries ready Lynn Chambers can give you help if you for patients"whose occupation inter-
strong title contenders in for write her enclosing a stamped, self-ad feres with obtaining benefit from
canning or jelly wash them
weight classification is any dressed envelope for your reply, in care of medical or diet treatment because of
a very well before hulling. They won't drinkup her at Western Newspaper Union
read individual. 210 carelessness in following a prescribed -
as much water that
way. Desplaines Street Chicago Illinois. routine.
Released by Western Newspaper Union.


) EIL.II: FRIDAY< JUNE 18, 1043

Barren, L. R. Yates, I roll. Increases over this amount Many other small things be I
: dale, W. D. gould; |tached reading: "best wishes, Growers '
With 'Our Boys-' 10 E. Wise, 'S. S. Berry, of West will: be taxed at the standard rate of done for the boys overseas. if 'people and Buyers, Plant City, Florida-, ,1i f _\

(Continued from Page 5) j Palm Beach, Ruth R. Beardsley, I 2.7 per' cent.Unemployed. would put more thought to how they [ ::

'I I Clewiston; Essex Investment Comi workers, otherwise might bring happiness and .I t.I
'*an unannounced arrival Monday jpany i successor to Aripeka Land I eligible, will draw benefits on the comfortto ::
Evening and is having a swell visit Company: F. Deane Duff, R. B. Bowden -( basis of: earnings in one year- Instead those fighting for them, insteadof I -. E f

in Clewiston. It's just as good to of Boca Grande, T. W. Weeks, l I lof two, eliminating the possibility i 1 trying to profit by the present i! A, L. Rodriguez :" \' \.
J and Mrs. S. P.
t1 ave him here as it seems to him C. E. Miner: W. H. Jayne, John Tie-lof drawing compensation twice on |Conflict.. Each time some guy tries ''I Brannen of the. ,,, ,' l
Tampa office of :
'to be :'here, too. dke and W. M. Tobias., the same earnings. j to make an excessive price on mer- price administration -
were visitors j
The benefit maximum of $15.00, n chandise he is only hindering the Iin I Clewiston Monday.. The Clewis- :,t
Mildred Ward received a letter of $5.00 I war effort just that much. .
i Labor Wage- week and minimum are unchanged : I'ton ration board office ,is administer
Prom :r. B. Brantley this week that Each package
and the maximum durationof of the, cigarettessent f ed under the supervision of the district .
;.g I-0c5 'anyone a very: clear idea 'of,I benefits will remain 16 weeks. across will have a sticker at-I office in Tampa. '

"'what tine boys Clewiston has sent (Continued front(Page 1) I But more stringent disqualifications f'

to the four corners of the world in ,I day of 9 hours Workers betweenI I are provided for workers voluntarily .:..:..:..:..:.:..:.:..................._..._..._...._.:...._.... . ,. .' t j
military service. If you think. that :i I ages of .14 and 16 may not be quitting work:, being, discharged 1 :-;:1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/ 1 .n.n.--.X.':..:..:*.X.*XX*.X..iMJ:**:*, nr
youth is heedless or inconsiderate, j I i hired to work for more than 8 hours. t for misconduct, or s; When it. comes to EATS we are TOPS : ....

please read carefully and you'llj I j The determination also provides 'suitable work. Disqualified workers I

change .;your opinion:' 'I J I that the producer is to furnish the 'I must become re-employed and earn THE CLEWISTON. CAFE *_ I

"Dear Mrs. Ward: Guess you::laborer without charge the acces- at least ten times their weekly benefit -I .' I

will really be surprised to hear from ::sories customarily supplied'for him, amount to establish eligibility. for! .?; has one of the best dining rooms in the Evevrglade3'; two large i '. l

f me ,and doubt if you even, remember |such 'as a habitable house, garden future benefits.Farmers : Y fans change the air continually land Comfortable -.."''. t
me. Remember, the boy that used to !'plot with facilities for cultivation, I ;$; and,, cool !:, '; .. '

work ,for:, the Credit Union? Well, '([pasturage' for livestock, and medical,I Sends :;: TS have the mot I
If Group comPetent cooks the
)'ni still the same old guy. '|[attention. ._. ; most varietIes of meatS, ; foods most experienced 3: ,

The specific rates follow: ::,, pasties. Sea and home-made .:.. ,1
Mildred, I just want to tell you I Soldiers CigarettesOver .;
A-On n Time Basis :
that I Ed's address in the :
saw paper I
and wrote'him a letter the same day, (1) For all work except specialized I g:: We use' no points, but fresh vegetables, from our own garden. :j !

after red operations, such as tractor' driv- ; Our Menu Hum in 'i' i
and going through a lot of I in Plant City a group of This I\L'\nnel'--Ful1 Course Dinner: ) ::
tape finally managed to mail him a ers, per day of 9 hours: adult males, I :i i:
I Florida, growers and buyers at the StateFarmers' ;?; i' Bowl of soup,_ freshly made ,
package only for it to be returned tome in Louisiana, $1.75; in new variety daily. "
Market. contributed $175.00 Y 2. Dish c salad, new variety daily. .
Louisiana, .
Adult females, in
about week later. Inclosed in I $2.30., .:. t
3. Your choice of ten of"meat ,
which purchased varieties
Ito a fund seven or fIsh.
it is a'note that came with the package :- $1.50; in Florida, $1.95. For a I cases of cigarettes, to be sent to our .t. 4. Your choice of three of five varieties of vegetables.. .+. ":
why it returned. I working day longer or shorter' than : 5. A' portion
saying was of
I the Pacific S fruit dessert or ice 't'
men who are fighting on cream: : ;
9 hours, rate per hour: Adult'males, ,: 6. Coffee, hot tea, or iced tea. .... .
hop-'youan in Louisiana, 20 cents; in Florida, front,' according to announcement i1 \ .+.

26 cents. Adult females, in 'Louisiana -I made public by R: E. Johnson, mar-I| Y.Y; .Our prices' have changed but very little from pr .-war days.' :. :'
"The package contains' one box ofcandy :
ket this week :: .
17 cents; in Florida, 22 cents. j Give us a trial and convince yourself l'
< one box of and two ,
: gum .. .t.
(2) For specialized operations: A gift like this one .i is,a noble gesture : ,
cartons of cigarettes.. I had a carton ;
Per day of nine hours, tractor drivers I for these men, and certainlywill :;: "
of matches in it, too, but they :|: CLEWISTON CAFE I :_:
1 in_ Louisiana, $2.15, in Florida, be appreciated by the men on the
made me take them out. Mildred, ifthere's '
$2.65. For working day longer or. battle lines. The cost to each individual :!: Across the Highway from ;
: I for to' Office
anything can get you I :;:

'send him don't hesitate 'to let 'me shorter in Louisiana than ,9 24 hours cents, rate; in per Florida hour:, small, but who the contributed recipients of was the giftsof very .1-11111/1..:..:..:...1:-:..:..:../fill..:i i.1:..:..:..:N:.1:.i'i..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.1:..:.1:..:..:.11..:.11..:N1..1111..:..:..:..11 !
Know. Try: not to worry too'much, '
30 cents. the cigarettes will realize that the
fildred. 'm' sure he's getting I
(3) Children between 14 and 16 folks back home are thinking of
along all fight.:
years (maximum employment for them and depending on them to deliver -

The 'note in the package says such children is 8 hours per day.) the goods, even though it may

'this package is returned' becauseit Per day of eight hours: in Louisiana, take their lives ,to do it.
does not contain a Provost Marshal -
$1.30; in Florida, 175.
General permit required on all W L I Z7 ryrJA6WH'rl.: I Ia.arAL
For working day shorter than 8 SEALED BIDS_ INVITED ? ar
'packages 'sent to American hours rate per hour: in Louisiana, PHOTOdftAPMU.S.

ers of War or Civilian prison-I 17 cents, in Florida, 22 cents. NOTICE is hereby given that sealed f'''" '' I k" sir % IONAL. ARMY
is bids will be received at the office of r eoweIt's
:permit; "required forwarded '
B-On a Piece Kate Basis the County Superintendent of Public JAW' yp' .f / vii
day intervals by the Provost! Mar-I (1) For all classes out work. If ] Instruction of Hendry County at his I
shal General to the next of kin of work' office, in the ,County Court House .at
is performed on any piece rate I LaBelle Florida until 8:00 o'clockP. I
'the Prisoner of War'or Internee basis the earnings per hour 'or per M.. Eastern War Time on Friday,
"without request." July 2, 1943, for the furnishing of labor -
shall be less' than the ,
day applicable services material and supplies, required -
Ed's address has been translated rates per hour or per days: J J'I for the performance to comple-I ,,.$isd < I.,.a3rwax? :! tr;. H nJ fAiiTYw
Unto English for clearer understanding -'I i specified above for adult male r' tion of two projects Identified as follows -

,and it is:: ]' 1. :
adult female workers, or children between ReroofSng- Clewiston Elemen
Lt.. E. O. Ward, American P.O.W. i the of 14 and 16 tary School Building.
ages years.
I 2. Rebuilding of two outside toiletsat
Interned at ,Oflag VII B I the Harlem School Building.

'&ermany I 1 Plans and specifications will be / A'I I G 9 f sooo.
:p.O.W.' No. 4174. i New Law St'rengthensUnemployment available" to contractors at the officeof CQRQnI
the Board Member.. E. M. Cornette, f
via New York, New York. at Hendry County Motors in Clewiston.
Funds! Florida, at least two weeks prior to
July 2, 1943. and all bids received will
Drainage District- be opened and read publicly at the
I date! hour and .place ,above named for
TALLAHASSEE, June l-(FNS) receiving The same.\Board 'of Public,,' Instructionof :), fust common sense t.

Continued I I-A ;more adequate fund to pay un Hendry County, Florida.C. BUY R .
( page 1) ,
I E. Weaver, County Superin- .refrain from buying thingsneeded
township 42, 'range 33, in Glades employment compensation eligible tendent of Public. Instruction. WA R i
Bounty and in section 12, township !'jobless workers, including "retur'ningIi June 1118.TVOTICn in our War effort. '

43 range 33, in Hendry county..servicemen, was assured by amendments 80H0'
Save. and after
These remaining; tracts will be""sold II Ii to the State Unemployment OF ANNUAL MEETJNG OFIiANIOWXKKS } comfromle9ularly buy our
at the continued sale ,on July 12th Compensation passed by the DISTRICT,! :" Victory.. open your savings
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at 2 o'clock,, in the court ,house. legislature and signed this week by I I < here. !
The sale was conducted by J. M. I I'' Governor Spessard L. Holland. j I II Notice is hereby" given that, pursuant account today
Under the amended law em-1 to call of the Board of Supervisors-
'Couse, secretary of the district and j jcoreceiver I Clewiston Drainage District, the' an-
with J. E. Beardsley. The II ployers ,with war-swollen payrollswill I nual meeting of the landowners of
I 'a Clewiston' D1'alnageDistrict for the War Bonds &'
pay higher proportion of the
sale was a spirited affair and was indicative I year 1943 will be held at the office ofl Buy Stamps
( of an awakening interest in unemployment tax to offset the postwar said District at Clewiston Hendryi
County Florida, on \ :'
farm and range land in Glades county unemployment hazard they 1943, at 5:00 o'clock in the ,afternoon!
\ offer, and strict control of benefits I (Eastern War Time) for the purpose i

Among' the bids offered, either in will protect the increasing ,unemployment of: 1. Electing a Supervisor: i

: person or by a second party, were i I fund. \ 2. ReceivingAnnual Reports and I
taking action with respect
; ''those of W. HI| Bixby and Forrest Reduced payroll tax rates'of' 1.7 thereto as the landowners may ynMCS

: 'po Tralles ,of gt. Louis, Missouri, I l per cent and 2.2 per cent, formerly ) determine; and I
3. Transacting such other business i-
I J. H. Holcomb, Ralph W. Newland, available to an' employer with a I as may come before, the

"Rosa S., Smoak, R. C. Farnum', stable employment record, will be I meeting. 1 I 1 I o
I 'vid Shaw, Joe Morris, M. A.,, Da-I I applicable only to that part of 'an I i" CLEWISTON DRAINAGE DISTRICT

i 1. E. Scott, lit C.. Kolstad, R. E'I employer's payroll which, is less than Dated June 2, 1943. >
Publish June 18th and
I Kurtz, E, Shumard,. John Lang- !, twice the amount ef his 1939 pay June 25th 1943. I



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