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 25, 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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Be Held On WednesdayA Shown Here MondaySergeants i

GIVE PROGRAM AT hearing to hear evidence to be I Warwick 'and Hart of
the U. S. Army were in Clewiston
used in determining wages for the RECEIVE CREDIT I Monday evening and showed free STATE CHAMBER
KIWANIS MEETING ensuing cultivating and TO
: movies at the school building to a
,: season in the sugar cane industry
I will be held in the Clewiston High j I 1--- large crowd, of airplane spotters and
",' farmers who have others interested. I Dr. B. A. Bourne, chief of agricultural -
: 'I The Clewiston Volunteer Fire De- School auditorium Wednesday, beginning j Hendry County i v
The movies of the edu-
were part
,;" partment members were invited at 9 a. m. I 1I planted or will plant more than 2.7 cational work of the ground ob- :I research, United States

': guests of the Kiwanis Club at the The hearing has been called by acres 'of fresh vegetables for market servers section of the' Miami air. Sugar Corporation, has been namedby

'f. meeting held at the Clewiston Inn Chester C. Davis, war food admin- between February 1 and September, defense area. They showed films Walter C. Sherman, president ot
istrator of the United States De- the Florida
Wednesday evening. State Chamber of Commerce
,,' by partment of Agriculture'and will be I 1, 1943,. must sign Form ACP-140 depicting the, background of, the war. new
The program was planned as well as films which would aid : as a member of the industries -
Ralph M. Bishop chairman of the conducted by officials of the sugar before June 30at the county airplane spotters in carrying out advisory division of that

':. Service committee. The division. the courthouse if !
Community I agent's office ,in their work on the observation post. I organization ,

;, visiting firemen were Ken Swayne, they wish to 'share. in payments pro- Dr. Bourne is one of' eighteen
George Crow and A., W. McCorkle i [
Floridians of recognized 'managerialand
for planting. ,
and each took part in the program. TO RECEIVE technical
experience who
'. The fire 'department's organization" It is also urgent ,that farmers re- REPORT PRIORITIES been mobilized to assist 'local communities -

; equipment and functions were port their performance, for the and industries in develop-

described in'the' talks made by the FREE INSTRUCTIONAT spring 1943, as thisreport must be GRANTED FOR U.S.S.C. ing Florida's future and who are
-three members, who also answered ,
completed and filed with proper now ready to serve whenever called
questions of the Kiwanians relative
"r state authorities by June 30 upon, Mr. ,Sherman said.
"to: the department.It FEDERAL SCHOOL
:. CATTLE EXPANSIONThe The division membership announced -
was brought' out that the department In past years an agricultural reporter by Sherman consists of Courtney
is in need of additional
visited farms to collect this
Campbell vice Machinery
president, Food -
men, since many' of the boys'who have Hendry County' between data, but due to the manpower United States Sugar corpora- Corporation, Dunedin, chairman
practiced and trained for fire de- the ages of 16 and 25, may reieive tion has been the I
"" shortage this year farmers must call I given approval by ; Earl M. DeNoon of the South
', partment duty have gone into mili- free instruction at. Plant City : '
War; Productions Board in Washington Florida Test Service Miami
at the county agent's office and file 'vice
tary service. The firemen are through the National Yooth Administration their i own' reports. It is necessarythat 1 for a cattle 'feeding project which chairman; W. M. Palmer, presidentDixie

volunteers and are paid'only a small which operates a complete I this be done at once if credits j 1 1I will make it, possible' to greatly ex- ,Lime Products, Inc., Ocala;;

. ,' sum, but their work!= is extremely im- training program. are to be received. /" pand operations of the corporation'I Frank M. Traynor, vice president,

portant to every resident, of Clew Instruction given in electric I I in that department, it was announced i j j i Florida, Portland Cement Co., Tampa -

'\ 'is ton. welding, sheet metal work, aviation i j Thursday in a press dispacth ; Richard Holzcker, research
The firemen brought the inhalator sheet metal work clerical machine iI J j '
I t l I from the capital city. chemist
: Lake Wales;; Dr. Robert F.
I(:);';;.',. to the meeting' and gave a dem- shop, electric wiring and radio. Eachof IBOWLING TEAMS ARE Although no official communication ;- James, director of laboratories, Cit-
. onstration of its operation. The inhalator [
the craft instrnctors is an expertin I
has ,been received by the corporation rus Concentrates, Inc., Dunedin;
;- .: was purchased by the depaitment his line and has had actual 'work '
| in Clewiston, it is assumed Charles
Short, mechanical engineer,
ir. with funds raised by IN TWO LEAGUES OF
:, \' experience. I I that the story is correct. The cor- The ,Florida'Indystrial Laboratories,
: : ': various benefits. It gives artificial A wage of $15.90 a month is paidto '
I : poration has requested priorities for Clermont; Dean Joseph Weil, En-
/ respiration and is used to resuscitate I
trainees while they are learningthe I
I development of a tract of 3/360
Experiment Station Unir
.j' those overcome by smoke, in J
trades. This is clear ,since sub- present
.:: adjacent to the cattle feed- versity of Florida, Gainesville;' Dr.
\> danger of drowning and in like in-
: sistence is furnished to each "
young I ing pens just south of the highway Ralph A. Morgan, professor chemical
T: : : stances. person who enrolls and takes train a ,short distance west of Clewiston. : engineering, College of Engineering -
'I:. A summer bowling' tournamentwill
The boys expressed the hope that
: ; ing. :I It is the plan of the corporation University of Florida, Gaines-
' i' restrictions would soon be lightened begin Tuesday among employees (
When these youth complete their to prepare and 'plant the ville Earl W. Brown Florida
properly ;
:>, t' : to permit flle-department to acquit( of the'United States ,Sugar Corporation '
: training, which takes' front 10 to 15
entire ,
3,360 acres to improved Manager Smaller
. -1',.... ; 'anew truclr ,and other equipment. 1 Two leagues have been I War Plants Corporation -
: weeks, depending on the mental permanent pasture grasses for the ,
: ,: E. W. Col-
a ::They brought :out: that since the construction formed-the American and the Nat- ;
ability and of the trainee
. "' ( purpose of fattening cattle. Priorities: ledge, general manager, Southern
'of many new homes in I ional Leagues. Every of
R employment is guaranteed at un- were asked for the materials with I Pine Chemical Co. Jacksonville
::.;: "',Clewi ton, additional fire, hydrants has signified his interest in ; Dr.
.,(, .. would be helpful to the department.The .usually good rates' of ;:income Someof the tournament and has registeredto which to :complete the project, fenc-I R. S, McKinney, chemist, U. S.. Tung
, : the students can be placed in the take part in it. ing, building cattle pens,) ,. Oil Laboratory): Gainesville, ; John L.
Kiwanians distributed postals
: Tampa !shipyards, some in the yards shelter, etc.., required.It Held senior chemist
as I U. S.
: Department -
28 have had the
:, t> and each'nember wrote to a man in. at Brunswick, Savannah and Mo- The players '

Wr-; .', 'service: ), '- has become a ,custom at I:,bile, and. others ink y'arious types of highest averages in previous tourna-I is expected when the projectis i of Agriculture Food ResearchDiviszon
".tJ.e" ,weekly meetings. A"; fliist ofmeetffig industries .ments were placed in the American fully developed that it will be pos 1 Winter' Haven; Dr. L. G.
J war -
li{ ..: ( sible to I II MacDowell, research director State
1,250,000 ,
art produce pounds
eryiceinen and League and the high bowlers are
!,: $ ,W \ SSx:: *
'Y': the riames- .,.o? 16056 written'gk are- Pk-fr' educational'lii rajJiS;_ training,, ,there evenly divided among the'four teams.-I I of ,prime> 'tlressed beef annually for I Citrus' Commission!? Lakeland; Dr.

:' :': that week are checked off, so other ncr person who'is', iits.'' Any This should add interest'' Florida markets. B. A" Bourne, chief of' agricultural

:<,.--" y men: will receive the next week'smail. 'bracket young and who is' interested in 1his- age in II tournament play since no team will I The sugar corporation has opreated -"'research Clewiston, U.' :S. Sugar Corporation,
.i have cattle ; G. H. Blackmon, hor-
taking advantage of these courses 'any advantage over any othPrteam. .a feeding experiment on'a
t:: President ticulturist College of Agriculture,
W. C. Owen called a comparatively small scale for the
may contact A. J. Evers at the
;;, -: meeting of the directors to be held ty agent's office in the courthouse The ,National league teams will be, past few ,years., The experiment has P.University L. of Florida, Gainesville;
' Friday evening; l for full particulars. balanced in a like manner. The proven very successful and the beef Melroy, nurseryman and cryp-

":', \ *W, H.: Walker of West Palm games of the American league are cattle finished in the corporation's I tostegia expert, Laurel; and C. C.

.: -:. Beach was a visitor at the/ meetin scheduled for Tuesday nights and the feeding pens have, obtained trade I Commander, ,general manager, Florida

; I Everglades Drainage National league will play on Thurs- recognition over the country. Most I Citrus Exchange, Tampa.

'''r.-: ; .Few Do Work of ManyIn day nights. of the cattle 'sold has been sold "This division is composed of sucha

I ,Bond Refunding Upset The bowling'alleys have just beenireconditioned I i through the Kissimmee livestock wide variety of talent that every

t"" ., Red Cross Rooms by experts from theBrunswickBalke I market' where the cattle has 'attracted I conceivable industrial problem can

; .' Collender Company much attention among cattlemenand be given expert attention. That its

:xx: .. :. The 'surgical dressing room at the The United States supreme court I and are in excellent condition. 'meat buyers who attend the ,members are fully alive to the possibilities -

:- ;: ': Barracks again makes a record that I has notified the attorneys for 'the I Captains of the four American I sales. I is apparent in some of the

i; ', :'. ; many a large chapter would envy. I,Everglades Drainage District that league ,teams are: ,-. ., I acceptances 'received from ifs mem

:,,': : I Five ladies, one of them working it has refused to reconsider its action I Indians, W. D. Wylie. I Forms Distributed For bers. Frank M. Traynor said: 'While

,;;: ;. I only on two :days, made five thousand Tigers, W. L. Brantley. j' the whole country'' seems fo be .directing -
r- : : surgical dressings in the period i in overturning a debt :reorg ni-I i White Sox, E. H. Holstine. I Income Withholding Tax their efforts toward economic

/': of time between Monday and Friday zation plan which has' won approval Athletics, W. A: Montgomery I I i development after the war, neverthe-

;" '" evening. in the lower courts. These four captains are the four John H. Maloy Jr., deputy collector -I less the hustlers ,will continue to

" '. ) Mrs. W. A. Davis is in charge of I The district petitioned the court I'high bowlers in the last tournament.) of internal revenue, whose headquarters -'I'come out on top. Therefore, I sincerely -

-. :'::, 'the room and those assisting her for a rehearing on its decision. The The National league is composedof are in the West Palmf Beach hope that this will' be a comi -

':,;<' this week were Mrs. Ross Tolbert, district had a refunding program six teams and will begin bowling district office, spent a few days in|i mittee of real effort. Richard

,',; '; Mrs. D. A. Olden, Mrs. Reed and which called for payment' of bonds Thursday, July first, and continue Glades and Hendry Counties the first!I j Holzcker hailed the establishment ,of

,-, .' Mrs. E. F. ,Phillippi, who helped. on, and other debts at part value, but each Thursday evening until the of the week, distributing forms for I the division as 'a most aggressivestep

J two 'of the days. !| the plan was challenged 'by a group tournament is ended. I the new collection of income ,tax at toward the solution ,of many
' ,' problems now existing, and those
The I owning, about 2 percent of the bonds' The teams are Giants, Joe Elder source on wages.
two dressings made were two' by involved. | captain; Braves, A. A. Hall, ,cap-I The forms which Mr. Maloy diS-I I which will undoubtedly arise during-

"i ; very 'tedious sponges,to which make.are small but I I II tain; Cubs, H, ,A. Bestor, captain; tributed are "Employee's Withhold, the postwar period and Robert F.

. Pirates, Heine ,Anderson, captain; ing Exemption Certificate," and James stressed' the 'hone that this
,: The local I '
chapter: 'has Square Dance to Be HeldIn II
has the
; ;' tely 2,600 approxima-I Cardinals, W. R. Broaderick, captain must be filled out, personally by division\ opportunity for immediate
3 ,
action since time is '
I I ,; Dodgers, A. W. McCorkle, cap- every employee and turned in to his short.
made and material
has already ar- Park ''Center Saturday ;
:,;;1" rived for the June quota. Volunteers 'I tain. employer.The "These men are ready, anxious and
Schedules of the will be I wiljing) to help local communitiesand
; games form contains space for the
R't t are badly 'needed to 'help 'with I
i:, :" :: the making of surgical dressings, and I An old-fashioned square dance,] posted at the bowling alleys. employee to check the type exemption industries prepare for action
,' applicable to him: and lists] now and in the days to come. If
:', : :, the dressings are 'badly needed by with typical square-dance
in'usic'l I married living with husband Florida fails to use the abilities assembled -
; '). our soldiers overseas. I Cigarette Tax Stamps I person I
will be
'The local chapter asked Red Saturday night or wife but claiming none of the .In this division, it will miss
a 9 till 12 at Sugarland Recreation On Sale personal exemption I a golden opportunity to assure its
; Cross official recently if there was'any Saturday i
: chance of having the quota cut Hall. This will be the first of the I Married person living with hus-I sound future- development," Sher-

'" for II summer program of dances, 'and band or wife but claiming half of man said
summer months, but the re- C. E. Miner, of Clewiston, state
;, :, .' ply was that the dressings will be followed by monthly square the personal exemption; --
are so for
beverage inspector this district,
" ', 'vitally needed on all fronts that, the !I dances. 'I I has been named deputy director of I Single person (not head of fam- Miami, Orchestra To Play,
r' Music will be furnished ily) or married person not living s
t'" Red Cross dares not slow ,down by ,
production the cigarette tax' division and is
- one iota. It, hopes, rather, as' Sugar Billies. All are Thom-'I I making plans to assist in putting the with husband or wife (not head of For Dance Next Friday;
I ,
. to speed up production, in order to attend the dance. Admission new 3'cent per package tax on family) ; I

',... have available a plentiful supply of are very reasonable, 50 cents to em- cigarettes in effect July first. Married person living with husband -
(i t ", anything as, important as surgical I ployees and servicemen in uniformand or wife and claiming all of ,the i Morris Weiss' 8-piece orchestra
dressings for our boys. 75 cents to non-members. Mr. Miner will be at the City I personal exemption (spouse claim- from Miami will play, for the round

__ I Hall in Clewiston Saturday, June, ing none of the exemption) ; dance to be given next Friday night
; .c. 26th. He will have on hand -
at the
:' Head of family (a'single personor Sugarland Park Auditorium.
Wednesday Guest Day I, Mrs. Prewitt Named To for all"who wish to sell married person not Jiving with The round dances will be held on

At cigarettes' either wholesale or retail,!II [ husband or wife who exercises family Friday evenings during the sum-

Sugarland Center, Local, OPA Price PanelMrs. I and will be able to issue permits on !i I control and supports closely connected mer, since that date seemed best for
: -
) that day. These permits cost 1.00' dependent relatives in one the orchestra, desired.
At a recent meeting of the Sugar- \ 'i '
per year and must be bought byj household.) Weiss' orchestra has been playingfor
land Park Recreation committee itwas ._ M. M. Prewitt has been nam- every dealer who* sells cigarettes one]I The are furnished
employers dances
a at the Elks Club in Belle]
decided that 'Vednesdays'shall ed as the new member of the local or after July first. i i
scale which
gives the with
proper ex- Glade and is very popular
( are be guest nights and all members 1 price panel of OPA office, it was an- Mr: Miner will have also a sup-; emption for each type of employee. dancers in the section. He is; bring-
, to invite guests to the nounced this week by the ration of- ply of the three cent tax stamps, I Deductions are then made in manner ing the full orchestra of 8 ple'ces-
center from
,; four till 11. p. m. I i flee. Mrs. Prewitt
Bingo succeeds the which dealers must affix to each identical with, the present Victory tax piano, saxaphone, violin, bass drums;
games are i in progress every Rev. John N. Montgomery, who package of cigarettes on hand mid- deductions. 'Employers are charged accordion, trombone and trumpet.to -.

Wednesday o'clock. night beginning at 8 I'I resigned recently when he went into night June' 30th. Dealers should with making quarterly returns and Clewiston.

the Navy. His successor was estimate the number of
stamps they reports on the new income withholding will'begin
The 10 and
dance at
Mrs. C. E. Bjornsen is the social chosen
j by the two remaining members will need and purchase them from
II tax, just as on social security end at two. Admission is 1.00 to
supervisor, replacing Mrs. A, O. of the price panel, Father T. J. the while
deputy here. They will be and victory tax deductions! .at members and servicemen and $1.50to
Oliver who resigned,' recently. -' I Geary ,and Rev. H, C. Meador. ,(Continued o'n Page 8) present, others.



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I French Unity Speeds Victory' Plans; $QLi DOR The sun mikes freckles t

by the

; Mediterranean Under Heavy Attack by W.EA. Ok And. sends score them down : t

Allied Naval and Air Concentrations; iN'NU Son ir. in my direction.' i

Chinese Crush Jap Yangtze OffensiveEDITOR'S Washington, D. C. Late Afternoon: It Kts such spots t

BRITISH-INDIA PROBLEM A book of verse that said what we !
It will probably be denied, but the could not upon :
( NOTE: When opinions 5 In these columns, they are those of inside fact is that U. S. AmbassadorBill A sheaf of letters inked in I > it envies I I i I
: young
Western Newspaper Union's news analysts and not necessarily of this newspaper.) spose. mycomplexion. ;
Phillips came back from India romance '
___ Released by Western Newspaper Union. i
with a blunt, in spots bitter, report The wistful charm a two buck .
J against the British.He brownie shot n1CC"! t t tf
., felt that the United States A wilted flower from some forgotten V C J f,
should do something about the festering dance.
: Indian political situation, that These are the old, familiar souvenirs 0

the Indian army and people could That lonely men have used to carryon i
J/I>; not be a force in the war until the ,

a. %y question was cleaned up. Also he Mementoes of the gay and fragrant WNU Features.

>' t 3. .. was straight-from-the-shoulder in his years f
.. criticism of Field Marshal Wavell Before the shadows lengthened on J y
whom he feels is not suited for the the lawn. :
job and should be removed.: Thus I set out to make the sloping CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

Phillips not only gave this report hill "' ,
to the President but he also had a That rises high above the, teeming 1
f conference with Winston Churchill. town,

Ambassador Phillips' report is Where dreams are dead and all the WANTED HOTEL
most significant, because he has world goes still '

been pro-British, served as ministerto As pilgrims watch the evening sun

Canada, has been a consistent go down -5--: q\ Elderly white women to do hotel
believer that our policy must go 1 S Not much, I know, to see a journey through maid work. Salary $40.00per
hand-in-hand with the British. Phil- .But these are all I have and they must dor month to those who are experienced;
lips Is mild, not addicted to cru- -DON WAUN. $30.00 per month to those with no experience -
sading, but a thorough, conscien-, board; also; together elderly white with men room to and do ;

tiotts diplomat, reporting what he Things you prob'ly didden knowtil housework.Salary$50.00 per month,
believes to be the facts. now: That some years before the room,and board. Also elderly white

Among other things, Phillips re- Declaration of Independence was men to run passenger elevator, salary

ported that mediation between dif- signed a fellow named Appollos'de $25.00 per month Wire or,room write and board. ;

ferent Indian factions and the Brit- Revoire changed his name to Paul LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HOTEL
ish government was possible now; Revere, so that his neighbors and lookout Mountain Tennestoo

+ also desirable. He feels that if some friends would better savvy it. It has t,

Gen. Henry H. Arnold, chief of the U. S. army air force, delivers a such move is not undertaken now, been estimated that more than half
I diploma to his son, Cadet William Brace Arnold, a member of the 1943 ''he should not go back to India, nor, the Smiths in the U. S. originallywere Airplanes Were Out
graduating class at the United States Military academy at West Point. should any other U. S. ambassador, Schmidts or Smeds. Many The Hague conference of 1899
since the presence of an American Johnsons were once Jansens. Pres- ruled that no aircraft should be

FRENCH 'UNITY: CHINA: envoy would be taken as the stampof ident Polk traced his name backto allowed to take part, in war! 'tOLIJELLY '
U. S. approval for British policy. Pollock, while Herbert Hoover
Worth., Waiting for Japs Lose 30,000 What the President said to Churchill traced his to Huber.

Although General Giraud and As Chinese forces had continuedto on the Indian problem is his General Pershing is the descendant I
General DeGaulle at first could not press back the Jap invaders in secret. But it is known that Roose- of one Pershin, who changed his MINOR'SKIN IRRITATIONS I

agree any better at close range in the middle Yangtze valley, a report velt has hoped for a year that the name from Pfoersching. General

Algiers than they had at long range from Generalissimo Chiang Kaishek's British would do' something about Custer was the great-grandson of a I

between Africa and London Allied headquarters disclosed that India. However, he also feels very man named Koester, and Admiral :
leaders were confident that factional the drive in Central China toward strongly that the United States Dewey's ancestors were named

gulfs would be hurdled and long- Chungking had cost the enemy more should not interfere in Britain's colo- Duce. Charlie,Lindbergh's grandfather Moslem
hoped-for French unity would be than 30,000 casualties in a two-week nial problems: was born Mannson; and if you : Moslems are required by the

consummated.This period. Meanwhile, the British, with an want to make something out of i Koran their sacred book \
optimistic view was justified The Tokyo radio admitted the reverses army large enough to handle any name-changing try changing the fact five times daily at fixed times.,pray
when a "French committee of national in a report announcing that problem inside India, seem content that America came from the name
liberation," headed jointly by the Jap invasion forces had retiredto merely to' sit on the lid-despite Amerigo.

Generals De Gaulle and Giraud, was previously prepared positions. American pleas that the Burma road

formally established to "pursue the Principal theater of Chinese gainswas must be reopened and despite the Collier's runs what it believes.is a DoublePurposeLaxative

war at the side of the Allies until the Yangtze river in southern fact that Indian troops will not-fight scoop on the until recently hush-hush
total victory over the enemy pow- Hupeh province and northern Hu the Japs wholeheartedly unless they subject of Radar. i Gives
ers." nan. Here General Chiang's forces have a small investment in the Four One columnist into lots of I
.got, ,hot,)
Comprising a' wiped out'encircled enemy units and Freedoms for which they i More Satisfaction ''lDon't
seven-man group are supposed water for simply mentioning the
which eventually will be expanded to seized huge stocks of supplies and I to fight. word. I I

nine, the new liberation committeewill equipment, a communique said. Asa Mechanix Illustrated ran a detailed be satisfied just to relieve your
present constipated condition. Meet
direct the French war effort until -i first step in the recapture of strategic WOMAN WATCHES ARMY COOKS technical story (complete with !j,I this problem more thoroughly by
France is freed and able to elect Ichang, the Chinese had regained toning up your intestinal system.
I Miss Mary I. Barber, Washington drawings and diagrams) of how this I|I
possession of all points For this Double-Purpose, use Dr.
its own government. In addition to 's first dollar-a-year woman, has secret war weapon works-in its i Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Laxative
the co-presidents, Giraud and De- around Changyang, strongly heW"doorway" now begun to bring longneededthrift January, 1942, number. The title of I Powder-an Intestinal Tonic Laxative -
Gaulle, the committee includes Gen. to Ichang.MEDITERRANEAN. to army mess kitchens. If the article was "Now Power Is I! It not' only acts gently and

Alphonse George and Jean Monnet, Miss Barber has her way, the Broadcast," and Thomas J., thoroughly, but tones lazy bowel
muscles .
: giving more satisfaction.Dr.
named by Giraud; Rene Massigliand army's 250,000 cooks will be per- ton auth'd. Naugh-I Hitchcock's Laxative Powder

Andre Philip, appointed by De- Mussolini at Bay suaded to make soup out of the left- Shortly 'after, the helps relieve Dizzy' Spells, Sour

Gaulle; and Gen. Georges Catroux, Mussolini's defenses at had overs and cut down the quota for the a piece on Radar describing it thor-I I Stomach, Gas, Headache, and that

designated by both presidents.That been no more impressive than sea in the garbage pails.In oughly. Butall, the while there was |1 dull sluggish to as Biliousness feeling commonly,when caused referred -

the new committee meant air when Allied forces struck at the fact, her save-left-overs idea strict censorship in the United by Constipation. Use only as di-
business was immediately ,apparentby island approaches to the "soft un has"already gone so far that certain States. Censorship, despite the fact I I rected. 15 doses for only lOco Large

personnel replacements that derbelly" of Italy. pig farmers near army camps are that when the Graf Spee was scut- I,I family' size 25c.. Adv.
eliminated French-African officials Target of the first assaults was complaining that they don't get tied off the coast'of S. America there

with former Vichy ties. the island of Pantelleria, closest of enough garbage these days. was Radar equipment on the mast
COAL Italy's Mediterranean And it was Radar that caused the fOR QUICK
Af- Miss
: outposts to Barber was borrowed by the
rica. Here Allied great casualties at Dieppe. The en- REUEFlI
warships made quartermaster corps from the Kel- : :
WLB SustainedWhen had it all the time.
heavy bombardments that were un logg company 'at ,Battle Creek to emy But was '

President Roosevelt, actingas opposed. The Italian fleet that had teach tough mess sergeants, among against the law over here 'to men- A Soothing S A LV E

commander-in-chief, tersely or- been reported on the alert had madeno other things, that a camp,menu does, tion it. ANTISEPTIC
dered the 500,000 striking mine workers effort to come out and fight for not have to be arranged one week in To make faces redder-as earlyas Used by thousands with satisfactory 'fe-
back to work after a 30-day Pantelleria which already had been advance, and stuck to religiously.If 1932 the principles of Radar were suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. writo-
Carboil stores or
Get at drug
truce had been ended shaken by Allied bombers. written up at length in German scientific Tenn.
by another none for instance, a camp mess has Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville
walkout, he had left the next move of the attacks did the Allied fleet several hundred chickens left over magazines. '..'

squarely up to mine union chief JohnL. ,units suffer casualties. The only resistance from Sunday dinner, they can be

Lewis.In offered was from the ineffective used on Monday, not thrown into the Congressmen have been urging
his brief 'statement the Presi- Italian shore batteries. garbage pail.Unfortunately. Americans to make sacrifices. And

dent did not consider the possibility Only 45 miles from the tip of a 'lot of mess ser- they have scolded John L. Lewis be- Lt

that his order might be ignored. But Tunisia's Cap Bon peninsula, Pan- geants had been doing that, partly cause he hasn't made any. But the
measures of a stern and effective telleria was an easily reached tar- because the menu for Monday was news is that'because the Senate din-

nature were open to him and the get for Allied air forces. As wave already arranged. Also it is againstthe ing room didn't have bean soup on

force of public opinion was mar- after wave of bombers swept over law for the army to sell .food, the bill of fare (because of the food

shaled overwhelmingly behind him the island blowing'up port facilities, nor can it be given away. It must shortage) 25 Senators left, their tables -
-in the event of continued mine other Allied planes kept up a dam- be thrown away. This has been donein in a huff.

work stoppage.The aging series of forays against Sicily the past via garbage trucks to Can you imagine the cause celebre \

President's order had com- and Sardinia. the highest bidding hog dealers. the Senate would make out of thatif -
pletely supported the War Labor The extent to which the Mediter- Now, however, Miss Barber is Mrs. Roosevelt or Mrs. Harry ---..-._-.._-,- -
board which Mr. Lewis and his Unit- ranean was becoming an Allied lake helping to arrange master menus, Hopkins did that? -

ed Mine Workers had defied, setting was indicated by a report ,announc which though they' specify soup, do Preserve Our Liberty
forth plainly that "Just 'as soon as ing that the Allied destroyers had not 'name the variety. This gives
The N. Y. Sun editorial of- U. S. War Bonds
the miners return to work, the disposition sunk two merchant vessels and an the cook an option to make,soup out page
fered this fond farewell for Admiral
of the dispute will escorting torpedo boat and driven a of whatever his left-overs permit.
Yamamoto who is said to have
forthwith proceed under the juris- burning Italian destroyer ashore. This all sounds simple to the average I! WNU-7 24-43
led the sneak attack Pearl
on HarI
diction of the War Labor' board, housewife, but believe it or not, (
TRADE PACTS : bor: .A hard, tough graduateof
it has not always been, done by the
ARGENTINA hard school. Yamamotowas
: a tough
Two Years More army.
a fighting man inch of
Stake Another trick is to all dripping
Neutrality at ? save -
Final approval by the senate of him. He knew his job thoroughlyand
fats from bacon sausage
While close censorship had veiled President Roosevelt's reciprocaltrade did it well."
and use them in a cream sauce for
early reports of the "military movement" -: agreements program came cauliflower, or other vegetables. Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof
in Argentina, observers were after administration supporters, aid- ; The inventor of one of our most Harmful Body Waste

confident that it concerned the courseof ed by some Republicans, defeated WHITE HOUSE BLACK MARKETThe highly rated airplane engines was Your kidneys are constantly filtering
the nation's future five waste matter from the blood stream.But
that with in
would lunching Congressman
have a
White House is having its kidneys sometimes lag in their work-do
policy-whether' the government restricted the President's authority. troubles with the Black Market. The Washington. The legislator asked not act as Nature intended-fad to remove -
would pursue its trend of, The- house had impurities that, if retained may
benevolent previously voted. fa- White House architect called up the him if he didn't consider it unfair poison the system and upset the whole
neutrality ,toward,'the Axis, or would vorably.The Georgetown Electric that whenever we enjoyed a big victory body machinery. .
follow the rest of South company recently Symptoms may be nagging backache! ,
America in President had originally to buy No. 12 copper wire in the air, the credit always persistent headache attacks of dizziness
breaking with the Axis. asked for a three-year extension.But for rewiring of the Executive went to the fliers who used his engines getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
a part
the feeling nervous
under a
The military reaction gained added because this would throw the Mansion. But there was no copper instead of to him. anxiety and eyes loss of pep and strength'

significance of the coming as it did on the policy into the next presidential wire to be had. "Not at all," replied the inventor, Other are signs sometimes of kidney burning or bladder, scanty disorder or- .
Conservative party's national administration for'more than a year "Where can we get it?" the archi- "who ever heard the name of Paul too frequent urination.
convention preceding the both house and senate There should be no doubt that prompt
Revere's horse
measures cut tect asked. ? treatment is wiser than neglect. Use
Presidential elections. For this con- it to two years. The senate's action, "Baltimore, on the Black Market Doan't Pills. Doan't have been winning

vention claim Senate had been scheduled to pro- however, meant that members of the -only it will cost you 20 cents a The decision of the Kremlin to disenfranchise new They friends have for a nation-wide more than forty reputation.Are years..
President Robustiano United Nations could be assured that foot instead of seven cents." the overseas Commy' recommended by grateful peoplo the
Patron Costas as its candidate. this government's present trade policy "Well, we can't have anything to groups is just a bit embarrassing to country over. Ak your neighborlWEEKLY

Costas had been endorsed by "neutralityminded" would be continued until June 12, do with the Black Market," was the the American comrades.

Castillo. President Ramon I]11945 I or nearly five months after the White House reply, and the architect Kinda takes official recognition of
presidential inauguration went shopping elsewhere." them as nuisances.

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Don't have anything else in the *' *

... Lesson for June 20 oven when you plan to bake a Corn meal used in puddings, or

-.. cake, and place cake as near the mush, should be thoroughly mixedin

::$!;(;.'... Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected center of oven as possible. a little cold water before hot

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f, Council Religious Education: used by .
One Whole Chicken Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving permission. A little poultry seasoning helps lumpy.

Menus the flavor of pork, veal or lamb *
Can Be Made
JOHN DESCRIBES TRUE gravy-try it the next time. If you want to serve a meatless

Into Two Meals Roast Half of Chicken CHRISTIANS f meal and conserve on oven heat
:j;:>, ,,': of tomato bake these
Bread Stuffing A layer ketchup together: macaroni and

'l' .-.(..-' '' Fresh Asparagus 41517.LESSON TEXT-I John 2:1-6; 3:13-18. ; poured over the top of beans while cheese, squash, corn bread and ap-
';-9. Parsleyed Potatoes GOLDEN TF.XT-But If we walk In the baking will cook through the beans ple pudding. All the extras you'll

?' Lettuce-Watercress Salad light, as he is in the light we havefellowship and add much to their flavor. need will be fruit and a beverage.St.Josel .
one with another and the blood of Jesus
Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin-
,. Drink I John 1:7. (
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Religion and life go together. To Sewing Equipment I

hold the tenets of Christian truth in ASPIRIN
absolutely LWDALD'S
and not to have them LARGEST SELLER AT IOC
around is to \ ; one's head
go 'I move the heart is to deny the very women who have learned
serve it with po- t9 C ,MANY
dg1i tato salad. You faith one professes. Yet this is the sew for the Red, Cross are A
also for themselves. Theyare
danger which faces the believer-a sewing
like it hot A
'. '. may or .Q know how to Han-
: H conquer,
\ I.lJ temptation before which many have thinking of sewing as a
: you cold. may Here's like it gi,I Ill'-! fallen. The result is' that much of and taking pride in their tools. nibal, but you know not how to
; one
\ I \ who do not have fora utilize victory.-Barca, a Cartha.
i ,;. ''that's hot: { '1A\ ., "what passes for Christianity in Many space ginian, to Hannibal.SNAPPY .
sewing room are planning-
. .. \ these days is very thin stuff, very
. ,
, Hot Potato Salad.
,'..,. ,'-- *f y remote from the original" (Shoe- ficient closets to house equipment.
. ; (Serves 6) maker). Here is a model sewing cupboard
6 potatoes, diced from book Better Dress-
John was not content with such a my new
3 slices bacon
. ,: ",,:< / ........". ..4'.o,.. salt weak imitation, and in his writingshe making. ,
ID' 1
teaspoon The is six and one-half
set up the true standard of a cupboard

- You're the clever homemaker who YS teaspoon pepper forgiven and transformed life, liv- feet high; four feet wide and twen-

saves on chicken by using only half 3 tablespoons chopped parsley ing itself out in love and sacrificial ty inches deep. The dress form
p 3 tablespoons chopped onion
a chicken for roasting. You can service.
6 bacon fat
, have the stuffing, too, by mounding The true Christian life must haveI.
' 3 tablespoons' vinegar
it under the chicken when you roast Sin Forgiven and Life Trans-
Cook potatoes in jackets until ten-
i<:' it in the pan to get all the wonderful i Koocq
der. Peel and dice. Cook bacon formed (I John 2:1-6). Um R D
flavor of the meat in it.
,L._',,<. over low flame until crisp. Re- Not only at the beginning the
"'0 ; reduced that move from pan and break into small Christian life is sin dealt with and
tj Most families are so
:.. few homemakers find it necessary pieces and add to hot potato cubes. put away, but day by day-yesf mo-

{ ,:':;,,- to stew or roast a Add seasoning, parsley and onion. ment by moment-we have the
4'L- -, 0 Combine fat and vinegar. Pour over cleansing of the blood of our
: whole chicken for
, : .
( .
< potato mixture and serve hot. Divine Advocate. o .

i't.--:,'. S. 4( their stead, it's; muIcnh There are' still a number of un- This is of the utmost importance, FACTS

I:> : smarter to use rationed foods which may fill in for God can only use clean chan- 10.0NING COMPARTMENTMACHINE BOND

;,'-_ one half of the nice gaps in menu-making. For ex- nels for the outgoing of His power 8-X48 PIiRRORS ROLL OF OILCLOTH ABOUT

r,1t:"7 rf<:"! 7.oH.... v ,-..a chicken for stew- ample; cottage cheese is an excel and grace to the world. We know WvE BACK FULL AND LENGTH PROTECT WILLOUTLET TABLE I
; : lent source of,,both calcium and'protein weakness and the NEAR FRONT VIEW AND GIVE A GOOD
<.;?: + ing, the other half our own defiling WINDOW CUTTING SURFACE
' :" and you'll enjoy using it in of the world. But unlike
t//r.' for roasting, or perhaps in making presence rfjRUBBER 0
ir.', numerous and delicious dishes using this salad with summer greens: the unregenerate man, we do not compartment is five feet six inches : \

: cut up chicken. Cottage Cheese Salad. submit and go down; we turn to high and twenty-four inches wide.
H1 :
o.; (Serves 4 to 5) Christ for forgiveness and cleans- The ironing board compartment is
t 7\ is of
a good source pro-
2 cups cottage cheese four feet ten inches and
high eight
%I;/.. tein and we can use it in place oft ing.The "Squeal Gees" (squeegees),
(. Vs cup sour cream transformation of life which inches, wide. This leaves ample
r: ,- .;, meat dishes regularly. In additionit's rubber devices used to scour
,, A cup chopped chives thus comes to the believer is shownin space for shelves for the pressing -
;>: a delicious food that combines the decks of vessels, are referred
cucumber diced obedience to the commandmentsof cushions shown at the the
of food top; to in book written in
f'}) well with !many other types a
1 tablespoon chopped,watercress God. In the early church there sleeve board iron water and
f .: and goes with most vegetables and ; ; pan 1853 on rubber and its uses.
;' : teaspoons salt were those'who said that if they only sponge; stout slide-in boxes for
,.. fruits in the menu.
teaspoon pepper believed in Christ as Saviour it madeno findings; notions and patterns; Legislation has been proposed In

f(7":" You probably have your own way 2 hard-cooked eggs, chopped, difference how they Jived-and and a lower shelf for fabrics. The Nebraska which would offer a
-; : of stewing and roasting chicken, butS Mix cottage .cheese and sour reward of $10,000 for the first
they have'their followers in our day. construction. is of plywood.
S instead -ot..using.one whole."chicken, cream lightly with'.a fork. Add ,vegetables '* company or Individual to build a
for either of these methods split it Be sure of this, the essential thingin plant In Nebraska and produce
r-< and diced eggs, and season NOTE: If you are In need or'more
Christian profession is not how 20,000 tons or more of synthetic
:> use one half for stewing, the other with salt, and pepper. Serve in closets and storage space you 'will find
Y-/.. for roasting. mounds, garnished with watercressor you talk about Christ, but how you directions in BOOK 7 for a linen closet rubber In any twelve-north period.
walk in obedience. to His command- built into waste Also in BOOK 8
f/ -., Cut the fowl in half, lengthwise, lettuce and tomato wedges. ments. there are directions for making door Why farmers need passen-

:::." and cook one half with several A'_'_ Real will pockets to use every inch of space in your ger car tires: Nine out of
Christianity to.
rry!:'.:' carrots, celery, parsley, onion, and. I cause us clothes closets. Booklets are 15 cents every 100 farm passenger

):'. seasonings in enough water to cover be .ach. Send requests for booklets direct to: automobiles ore used for

:t > until tender. Make dumplings, if II. Hated by the World and Loved "hauling to market," according -'

'": ': you like, to go with the stew. by the Brethren (I John 3:13-18). MRS. RUTH WYETII SPEARS to The National

." V-:': *For 'roast chicken, cook stewing ? k4k'i The world, that is, unregenerate Bedford Hills Drawer 10 New' York Grange.

hen split in half lengthwise until ten- mankind, hates a genuine Christianno
Enclose 15 cents for each book
der. Mound 4 to 6 cups of well- 1 matter how kind and loving he desired.

: :,seasoned dressing in bottom of shallow may be. Why? "Because the Chris- Name ..............................
5& pan, well greased where dress- tian believer gives the nonbelieveran
Address .............................
-; ing is placed. Arrange dressing to uncomfortable sense of inferiority. -

s ,?' keep outline of chicken. Press The presence of high Christian

cooked half of chicken cut side down ideals in marked contrast to his own

over dressing. Brush chicken with ,selfish' policies arouses his anger Civilizations Left

't' melted fat. Bake uncovered in 'a and resentment" (Douglass)'.

hot oven (400 degrees) until chicken The presence of a clean, godly Of 23 civilizations that have arisen RFGoorichrO

r is nicely browned, about Vz hour. life in a community makes every since the dawn of history, 14

,a'; :, A few leftover pieces of chicken sinner look that much blacker, and are known only by their ruins and

either from the 'roast or from stew- the world, the flesh, and the devil only five are still in existence:' the

ing can go into a salad. You'll like rs, will do everything possible to break Western (Western Europe and'the

this combination with fruit: down and destroy such a testimony.We Americas), the Orthodox Christian

.. ,, : Chicken and Fruit Salad Bowl. as Christians, should not be (Russia, Greece, etc.), the Islamic -
. (Serves 4 to 6) surprised that the world hates us. the Hindu and the Far East-
In fact should be troubled if it
- we
?- 1 cup diced chicken ioG.viRwiifrsSr7iA.. 5 ..,. ern.
: ? for if
salt does not us, our Chris- 1
,,1 teaspoon
:",. U/2 cups seedless grapes Here's the '''way to stew chicken tianity really means anything, it is

,\ : 2 oranges, peeled and sectioned and bring out all its delicious flavor. distasteful to a God-hating world.

k.. '1cup blanched almonds Simmer gently until tender in seasoned Beware if sinners find nothing in

;:.+ French dressing water with onion, carrot, parsley your life which distresses them and
and salt. convicts them of sin.
' Add salt to chicken. Cover salad
' In the midst of enmity the Chris-
bowl with shredded lettuce. delectable' aveDe
Arrange A cool
dessert that tian is not afraid, for he is
C. grapes over half of top, oranges does not consume points and takesit III. Indwelt by God and Unafraidin

(s, over other half. Pass french dress- easy on the sugar is this: .the World (I John 4:15-17).
ing. Frozen Apricot Shortcake.
A sincere confession of Christ as
4 Still another way of stretching (Serves 6) Saviour brings a man into that close COO
'.. meat chicken if there is 1 dried apricots NG.R .
your or cup relationship to God which is ex- .

, ZVz cups water pressed in the words, "God abidethin

% cup sugar him, and he in God" (v. If). QU

Lynn Says: teaspoon salt The full depth of meaning of these

.. 1 teaspoon unflavored gelatin words is obviously beyond our lim- .
\ The Score Card 1 tablespoon cold water but
: Ceiling prices understanding, we accept
,',' have been announced on many- 1 teaspoon vanilla the fact by faith and rejoice in it.

". rationed foods, and it's a good 1 egg, beaten We recognize that it means that we

idea to consult the lists 1 cup heavy cream, whipped faith in .
when are brought by our Christ, ,
The U. S. Government has asked us all
Sponge cake f _
: you go shopping. It will help you into the very center of God's love. Save If m e
Cook apricots until tender, about to do everything possible to conserve fueLByservingKellogg'sCornfakesfrequenily
ih in and well-beloved
: ; ., buying budgeting. Christ, the Son, who
r.S. Most of the times we're con- 25 minutes. Add Va of sugar and stands in that blessed place, drawsus workother
salt. Heat to boiling, remove from you can effect important savings in electricity
cerned with buying foods in sea- into the circle and there we standin .
.. ; son, but it's more important to heat and beat to a mush. Soften Him. gas and other cooking fuels. f Q Q d s to Q IKellogg's
in .
gelatin water and add to apricots. ..
buy in season now when you're God's love showed itself in the giv-

'z;_ preparing to put up foods for the Cool. Add remaining % cup sugar ing of His Son as the Redeemer of
and vanilla to beaten
fall and winter. egg and beat the world. It was and is unselfishand
until thick. Fold in 1
: In case you don't have your whipped cream. sacrificial devotion to the eter- UJlP
Arrange layer of cake
own garden be of sponge cut of those
you might nal welfare merited
help in picking vegetables and about JA inch thick on bottom of refrigerator only judgment. We do not love until -
tray. Spread apricotsand CORNFLAKES
fruits to some farmer who does with whipped we reflect that quality in our
coyer mixture.
':. not have enough help. If you Freeze. Cut in squares and lives.
are canning, this is a splendidway side Not only does the Christian no
cream up.
of getting fresh produce. longer fear the day of judgment, rS k .
Those of you city dwellers who Are you having difficulties planning but he is unafraid in the present I ',!': =--.lJ +nol.Ir=

_ can neither have your own Vic- meals with points? Stretching your meats? evil world. This is not because of .. iy ..._

tory garden or help pick prod- Lynn Chambers can give you help if you his own strength or ability, but be- to Corn WHOLE Flakes GRAIN are NU-restored +"'_':;' nrn:'- /;; ;:J' -d .

uce should get to the market write her enclosing a stamped, self-ad. cause through faith in Christ he is TRITIYE VALUES of Thiamin

early to get as. fresh produce as dressed envelope for your reply, in care of "in God," and "as He is, so are we (Vitamin Bi),Niacin and Iron. .,..Ir"........r.........NIL{.....,..
her at Western Newspaper Union, 210
possible South Despljines Street Chicago, Illinois. in this world" (v. 17)' ,

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lamented Bahaman negroes, labor: tract and agreed to win it in .six ment with interest and' believe that

The Clewiston' News edWe wish he had a few hundred, months,. well that would be some- the ,day will come 'when the airbus, his lough address a couple in of weeks ago sends
with their wives, in his entourage thing else ,again, but the way it will largely replace those'now operating those expected since he's leaving on

hed every Friday In Clewiston, and would drop them off at strategic looks now six months just dont't over our ''highways. desert maneuvers maneuvers., in California They're! His

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS,, spots along the way. We would use add upon my little slate. I" --' I address is Los .Angeles.

IDC. them. .Paper Milk Containers .* ,I. \

KEATHI.EV BOWDEN, Editor Eastern Gasoline I j Kie Hathcock ,arrived the first of

CN,.1:N 1/1M:.1:N N-,11:N:N N 11:H:..:H:N:N N:N..:N:N:Ni.: Restriction Area Is Used At Army Camps I the week from Fort Leonard Wood,

I : Missouri, and is spending his 'furlough -

Entered as second= class mall matter Too Late To ClassifyBy Blasted by Sommers !. GAINESVILLE; June 23-(FNS) 1 and friends.here with his sisteiGerva! ,

February 1; 1927, at the Post Office In -John M. Scott, State milk
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of I inspec-I l *
March 3, 1897.Subscription RUSSELL KAY ----- l23 tor, speaking before the
; JACKSONVILLE, June Rotary Club last week, said that Bob Patterson writes his parents

FNS-Keeping Florida in the I I paper milk containers, a. piqduct of I I that he has been accepted for the
Rate $z.OO I'cr Ycnr. 1:1.:N:..:N-N..:N:N:N f.:N:..NON..:N:H:N:..NON N..:N:I ( new Rainbow Division
modern dairy research, : now being
J' Eastern gasoline restriction area I was making I
Advertising Rates, On Application it possible for thousands of soldiersin made up.
It is reported that Cononel E. R. was blasted last week by'Harry Florida camps to have fresh milk I 9 .*

Bradley: famed Palm Beach sports- Sommers, OPA regional rationing R,
daily at their mess halls. N. Smith and B. H.
Devoted to the advancement and wel- ,
will end executive with headquarters in Atlanta. '
man, is betting that the'war both U.
Scott explained that transportation S. Engineers
fare of Clewiston and Henary County. formerly stat-
,before January 1, 1944. Bradleywon difficulties made it next to im- ioned in Clewiston, have'.rec'Jltly
a fortune in calling the turn on \ "ft simply doesn't make sense for been promoted
to return milk
to to the
cans rank of capb
i] World War 1, when he collected on the people of Florida to be penalized : taro
companies, but with shipments madein and both are now stationed in
bets that it would end before Jan for ,a condition in the northeast {Jacksonville. '
NATIONAL EDITORIAL. paper or cardboard containers, no
II ary 1, 1919. ; | and not be allowed'to, use gasoline returns were required and that milk : .* .* _
= .ssoclATioN MUch as I would like to agree with which is available," he said in a letter -
m in such containers is coming from Mr.. and Mrs. T. H.
j the Colonel, I'm 'afraid that if I had' to Harold Colee, executive vice- Rowland
points as distant as Wisconsin.
received a letter from
anything to use for money I'd be inclined -I 1 president of the Florida State'Chamber their son, William
He said the demand for' fresh H. Roland, that he has ,arrived :
to call him on his present of Commerce. -
I ,
I milk has exceeded the supply for safely in England. He
offer, for if there ever was a long motorists are'an the writes that
"Georgia i '
( over 'a year and that 1,360,000'gal- England is a beautiful
shot: looks like it. ,I country and
this those of Florida he
boat with ,
.1 N:N:N:N:N'N NON NON N NON:.1:N:N N:N:..:N M:..:N:N: whether John L. lons were imported during the first he does not blame the English for
don't know
I told Colee in a telephone conversation '
three months of this
year. quite in love with it.
Lewis has made a wager with Bradley -I in which he authorized release I .* *

RAMBLINGS or not, but the way things look of his letter to the press. He also \

By B. B. at this be all; writing,out to, if protect he has his he appearsto invest-I said angle that of the he "had situation investigated, .and reached every 'r.............................................. ................-...........-.....'........................ letter Mr. from VonMach Jim Congdon received this a V-MaiT week

. . . . . . .. ment. I I the conclusion that the PAW does I -from North Africa! He says:
(M N NNN NN/NNNM N NM N/MM N1N N MNNMM-- I can't even kid myself into be- not have an open ,mind on the sub- "Friend Von: Just a note to let you

lieving that the European end of ject." I With know I am OK and have not forgotten -

There was a time when the chief the mess will be concluded by the I you., Was in to see you shortly-
women's gatherings or He further states: "We here wantto before I left.
topic, at :j end of this year, even if we have I am now somewherein
neighborhood chats was such: in mopping Italy and administer' the regulations when North Africa and am doing **.***
I up
triviata as parties, styles, they are fair and practical, but wedon't a 1L Our (censored.) I
get a solid foothold in the contin- Boys would like to be remembered -'
want to be concerned with
permanents, the proper hair'dos'I' ent, for Germany knows this time I to the family and also to-
rationing just for the sake of ration-
polish or the comparative the gang. Yours "
that nothing but a complete knock- sincerely, Jim.
ing, and if this matter were left to 1
of silk nylon or ,
qualities ,
out is 'goin'g to satisfy anybody, with in theService
for- me I would remove Florida and
not gone
Those days may oblivion all that the Nazis can hope RATIONING
out for Georgia from the Eastern restric-
ever, but they are definitely will ,
for, so indications are they fight
duration. 'I t i tion zone until such, time as a real
the ,to the last ditch-and they have a CALENDAR F
chief topic of conversationeven ]I shortage developed in gasoline, and
lot of ditches left before that one is I
a few months ago-was the finallyreached./ I from what I know cxf the matter now i --

servant question, whether Mrs. So-' is I don't believe any such shortagewill 1( MEATS, CHEESE, BUTTER, OILS,
As for Japan, here again a case _
and-so's maid had quit yet, or' not, ever ,exist unless it is artificially -I ,j AND CANNED MILK
where it is going to .take a lot more

and how much one had to pay for than wishful thinking to write''' the help, and how uncertain it was on final chapter and while we seem to stamps. '
Saturday whether she would show i the idea that To Establish I Good now, stamps J, K, L,. M and"
Tff I be making progress,
? not.That Mr. and Mrs. L. C.' Redish were No-All expire June 30.
again Monday morning o I "
up the'job and
we can finish in Europe '
this week to receive letters
question is just about settled then clean up Japan all in the short New Aerial Bus Lines happy I -
been lucky! ) from their son, Carroll, that he had FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Those who have I
now. space'of six months, just don't make
enough to have servants have raised ) i been sent to the states for flight Rationed, on blue coupons. ,

their wages until it is a question even Maybe half the sense Colonel to me.is just tryingto I DETROIT, June 23-(FNS-1 training. Carroll, is in New Or- I K,. L and M 'stamps good through
leans for' his training. He is radioman
of who draws the pay-check, the em- be philanthropic or something. He The Greyhound Bus Lines, lookingto July 7. _
I First ,Class, in the Navy, and.
ployer or the employe. ,/_ : probably figures' ,he might as well the, future, filed application with I I has been on duty in both the At- SUGAR
At the moment, the burning question -
his account I
is the laundry question.. Few gamble money away on the Civil Aeronautics,Board last week I lantic and Pacific, having lately' been Good now-coupon No. 13 valid:
of the government get it any-
indeed, are the families who still for ,permission to establish aerial fin I South Pacific waters, where as he through Aug. 15 for five pounds.,
how, and while there is no harm in "
who has :served expressed it, he "hasn't been pick- Stamps 15 and 16 in book, No. 1
have the laundress, ] that I hope no'one takes him too bus lines. I I
'or3more. The laun-II I J. ing daisies. good for 5 pounds for . them for a year seriously and, decides that since the The company plans to use Si- I ,,* ; Oct. : !
'have either moved, ,or are I Go to rationing'board for-
dress' ( ;
'over let down. Helicopter
show Is we can korsky airliners as soon ,
Neil Miner Who's with the coast
at'the field for other sugar.
working ,- or that Colonel machines
'don't believe the
] I as are made' available.
guard and has been on submarine -
reasons have stopped doing laundry Ms talked with the boys just back While it will not be possible to, start Atlantic
Harlem patrol duty in the was here COFFEE
for the'public. If you go to :: from the South Pacific or Tunisia, service on a large scale until after last week ,
the1!! on furlough. Neil spent Good now-Stamp No. 24 good'for
and ask about a wash-woman, for from their accounts the Japs and the war, it is hoped to open a line '
i"No'm a. short time here ,and went on to one pound through June 30.
most likely reply you'll get there':]| Germans are plenty full, of fight and between Detroit and, Flint, Mich.. asan I Miami for a visit and back, through I '
I don't know where
while knock 'em down in
we every experiment. .'
here a short time before returning -
washwoman been tryin' to find
a .
one for myself." round, they keep right on coming. t PJanes: especially' designed by to duty. Like the rest of our ,Good now-Stamp No. 1$ valid

what ersonally, I hope the Colonel is Sikorsky for this service will carry boys, Neil's civilian clothes are too l through Oct. 31.
We wonder just the answer
right and if I took him and lost
fatter of the up seven passengers with their luggage, small for him now, as he has put, ,on
will be by, the part ,
I'd still feel it was ,a good bet. ButI and will be able to land and take off a few well scattered pounds. GASOLINE ,:'
summer.- The ladies, Lord-bless satisfied that if do succeed I '
am we from the heart of the city. Bus *
July 21-Last day to use"No. 5"
'em, will solve the problem by wear
in this melee to close
little possible and the I bringing a by operators 'are watching the experi Joe Hall, who was home on fur- !coupons in A books.:
ing as as ; :
the end of this year' we will sure ,
children also I I ------- ----------- ....
can do with a very --A
have to go all out on the home 'front
brief minimum of clothes. But poor I for we can't win if we continue "
papa' will be expected to appear at' '
fighting among here at .
his work daily: with a fresh shirt, home. I
and just who's going to wash and :. ,
We certainly can't do it if all our "

question.iron that shirt is really a disturbing I coal miners insist on sitting around I \ ',' ',,:.. ,

home playin' mumbly-peg and half
our war plants are forced to _shut >f "
An entirely new code of etiquette down for lack of fuel. I : :
covering such things the I ,
as tipping The only other chap I know who ,

soup bowl;' scraping one's plate, and looks for the wind-up in six monthsor' ;;'4P 1l'r /'/ 1
: P
picking up bones in the fingers to less is Gilbert Freeman, Compt- \ ( .
the last bit of meat been
get off has roller Jim Lee's "Man Friday" =:

evolved ,because of the war: By the and I can't agree with him any' more (1 L. ,. 'I 'l' ,

time summer is over perhaps there'll than I do with the Colonel, only he
be an entirely new custom in 'regard I I
was bettin' that way two or three j
tot men's clothing. We hardly ..
months which
ago, gives only
pect them to at the office in I
appear I
; I iyMH
ninety days: to go if he proves!' +
shorts, but perhaps they can find
a seventh son of a seventh ,
that seersucker and sharkskin shirts
I I son or something I
are acceptable as white broad
Here is how: the Pollyannas say it
cloth. At any rate. the weary, can happen:

wives hope so.; l J hOUSe-j Italy will fold up like an ac- ,
\ L1 '
ordian and we will step in and take : ''ht

"So many things become matters j{possession without much more than

of military.' policy these days. I I doublin' up our fists. The Allied

For instance, Clewiston was prac- J armies) in the middle east will start

tically depopulated on Wednesday ]I rollin' into the, 'Balkans at the same

of this week when one of the largest I I time Russia begins an all out driveon

group of selectees yet sent out left the east. Just to make it more .

for Camp Blanding. interesting for ,the Axis, commandosand ,

Dozens of you saw them off; 'somecoun'ted rangers will keep making

the number, you all, know J lightning raids from Norway to ,

they went, and you probably won- j i the Mediterranean, all of :which will I L. 1, 1t

der why the Clewiston News does not j'j I cause Germany to have a complete I -

record the fact this issue. The explanation nervous breakdown. This, they say, ;.'

is simple, though the rea- I can all be accomplished in a matter I

son for it isn't quite so clear.' It'sj I or three'or four months at most, and I l,'

a matter of military policy, as' firm then seeing that we have knocked

ly explained to the local selective her: partners out of the' fight, Japan he's
service office and to the newspaper will start screamin" "So sorry, so "Just dropped by to tell you, Frank, I had a Joe is one fine fellow and the' Army in ,-

by state headquarters of selective sorry" and throw up the sponge.: If fine letter from your son, Joe, this morning. in is the best disciplined, best behaved

service, not to publish lists of se-'II'you want to make it a surer and better Mighty nice of him to take the time to, write our history. Just last night I was readingan

' lectees. until after the selectees have I bet you might have Mount ,me..I know how busy they Keep the boys. article that quoted a report signed by

gone to Camp Blanding, had their 1 Vesuvius erupt and bury two or That's a fine camp he's been transferred to five chaplains'in the very camp where Joeis

final i 'examination and been accepted, I three towns, and a tidal wave and up in New England.' now training. I remember their 'exact ,

'or rejected, as the case may be.'Then, earthquake hit the Nips just for good "Yes, Catherine and I had a letter this words which were there is no liquor problem '

the selective service office may give: this Post." And I understand that'strue
measure. morning, too. ,Said he was writing you. at
to the newspaper the list of those I But folks my guess 'is that we are he's very fond of you, Judge. Catherine is in camp after camp all over the

accepted, 'when their papers are returned -I gonna have to do it the ,hard way certainly proud of Joe and proud of the great country. And if Catherine would like to

from Blanding. Those rejected -I land if we can finish and collect an I II Army.he's a part of." see that report, I'll drop it, off at the ,
not to
are be published.
I"Unconditional "
by 1945 'I "She has good reason to be, Frank. house tomorrow.
-- (I'll feel that we've' still done a bang

It's rumored that the Duke of I I up job. w'

Windsor will visit the Everglades Of ,course if they were to turn the, I '. of Alcoholic Bmrogt lUJu5trit5.rIC.. ,
section today to view the locationsin I whole blamed war over to HenryJ. Couferenct

which his subjects, the (to us) late Kaiser' and he accepted the' con



: FRIDAY.. JUNE 25. 1943

I Mr. 'and Mrs. Foy Durrence and) Etherton, Mrs. G. E. Crow, :Mrs. cellent crowd and instructive" meet- Buy More Bonds

Mr. and Mrs. George Crow and their Curtis Thompson and'11rs.. ,A. W. ing Wednesday evening, at prayer

, !i' children are spending this weekendI Lawrence. The hostess served a de, ...
I meeting. Interest
is growing and
f Personals I I Fort Myers Beach. licious frozen salad course. the study of the book. of Romans is FOR SALE 3-Piece.:

\ I Dr. and Mrs W. D. Wylie and MRS. SCHOPENHAUER, HONORED ,proving profitable. Reed living room set..

oe children, Ronnie and Janet, are ,ex. WITH PARTY. AND SHOWERV Choir practice will follow im- Good condition. C. ft/L/

this weekendfrom aI
: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Keenan of pected home mediately after prayer service.I

Moore 'Haven were visitors in Clew- I two weeks' visit, with relatives- in Mrs. Jack Schopenhauer, who is All auxiliaries of the W. 'M. S. will I Jarvis, Royal Palm Ave..

-" :: iston Tuesday evening. Carthage, Arkansas. leaving soon to' make her home in I meet
; I every Thursday morning at I .
:',c> ,Arcadia, was ,honored with a handkerchief -
'. :,. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schopenhauer I 9:30 at ,the church for the summer,
Mrs. H. A. Land and Mis. A. H. I shower at a bridge party ,
King were business visitors in Fort are moving 'soon to Arcadia, where,;'g \en by Mrs. G. N. Pitson at'her' months. I IAXCI

Mr. ,Schopenhauer has been trans\ /
night. First
TVlyeis Tuesday
I ferred to Carlstrom Field,' and received BX'flAIL TROUBLES .1
| prize,' a box of fancy toilet soaps, Rent

. Miss Phyllis Etherton of Moore a promotion' in his rating as went to Mrs Clarence Nielsen, and I For

: .j, .' Haven spent the week-end here with instructor there. lMr | cut prize, a set of handmade tallies, The Florida legislature should i

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Etherton. | went to Mrs. E. Dull. Mrs. L. M. '
: take) heart. A hundred
,; i: and Mrs' Nicholas V. S. Weetman won a set of finger-tip I, years agoa \

: r ford are leaving today for l\1pm-1 Florida legislature was having its
: C. L. i
Mrs. Carl Berner and Mrs as low prize..
: ,;' McLendon were visitors in West I North Carolina, to spend ; Mrs./Pitson served pineapple mar- troubles too. Congressman J. Har-

,Palm Beach Friday and Saturday. cation. Harry Vaughn accompanied I II low and individually decorated cakes, din Peterson writes of an old news
, ,, ; I'them and will: attend Mount Mitchell! ', Furnished House
at the refreshment :hour. paper that has come to his attention.

.- Monroe Bobst of Miami is one of I Camp for Boys near Asheville, 1 were Mrs. Schopenhauer, Mrs E. F. It carried a resolution \
passed by the
,,' the new flying instructbis\ at Riddle Powers, Mrs B. A. Bourne, ,Mrs.. E. I Close In
I W. Ezelle and legislature of' the Florida
j Dr. and Mrs J. of
Field. I i song I' Dull, Mrs H. C., Post, Mis. L. M. I ,

I I Jennings, returned Friday from a, Weetman, Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mis. on December 9, 1847.

'. two, weeks .visit in Jacksonville and Arnold, Mrs V. A. Reames, Mrs.C. "The Senate and House -
.: :Mr. and Mrs.: R. C. Nowling arrived II in Graceville Fla. Emma Jane" Representatives -
Sunday ,from Tampa for a few J. Nielsen and Mrs.. John DeVal- of the State of Floridain
I Ezelle returned to Tampa fora
days visit with Mr.. and Mrs. C. L. with relatives there. court. Invited to join the players General Assembly convened, do R. H. CRAwFORDp
McLendon. : after the games were Mrs. A. O. hereby most respectfully represent

,'. :... Ward, Mrs. W. D. King and Mrs. Ito the President, Postmaster Gen
Mrs Dan Pace and baby daughter / O.
Harry Vaughn. eral, and : Box
the Congress of the Unit-
.: J. H. Maloy, Jr., deputy collector I have returned to Miami after a, visit
ed States of America, the grieVance
: of internal revenue, of West Palm with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' W. ,6'.to
CADET CLUB' IS SPONSORED as well as the injustice that has
Beach, was a business visitor in A. Jones.' Two other children, .
Clewiston Monday. "' I BY CO-PIIOTS THIS WEEK .. been done to that portion of the .
Elizabeth and Danyce, remained for
, -- country which is more immediately
-- the. summer with their grandparents.
Mrs. Thomas B. Owens and 'f two, The Co-Pilots Club whose membership interested, a large portion ,of the

is made ; of wives of instructors commercial interests of Florida, and EXPERT SEWING :
,:, children of Tampa are visiting Mrs.'' Mr. and Mrs. Malley Palmer spent up MACHINE

.... Ruth B. Owens and Charles Owens a few days in Clewiston this week at Riddle Field, sponsoredthe of sections of the country elsewhere, 1 I V, SERVICE ,

for few weeks. j jI I Cadet Club this week. and also to the travelling public by I 'I
a I j I with Miss :Mae Palmer. Malley reported I
Those who assisted by serving as the change which has taken place, Parts for All Makes
/ I I for induction into the army, '
', ,' I j'I ]hostesses at the club or in substituting sulkies
Mrs. C. E. Bailey has returned but was rejected on arrival at Camp by baking semi-weekly, Work GuaranteedFree

;; from a ,stay of, two weeks with her;J:Blanding: and returned, to Clewiston. cakes for It were Mrs. J. C. Ziler, in place of two-horse coaches tri Estimate
\ Mrs. Willard King Mrs. H. D. I weekly, for the of the
daughter, Mrs James Rowland. in1 He and his wife will. return to transportation
Miami. Brazzell, Mrs.. N. C. Ellis, Mrs. Rob- mail on the mail route from Chat-: Box 11 Belle Glade, Fla.
Dayton, Ohio. .
.1 I, ert Westmoreland, Mrs. J. H. Har- tahoochie! :via Marianna, Florida,

; .1: Mrs. J. O. Pearce of Okeechobee :Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Nail are din, Mrs. D. .H.: Binkley, Mrs. A. R. I Geneva, Alabama, Milton, Florida,

Brink Mrs Loretta Baker and Mrs. I Ito Pensacola, Florida, and for the
spent two days here the first of, leaving Saturday, Mrs. Nail to stay .

'' the. week with her ,sister, Mrs Ruth, with her parents in or- Cuthberts.. goodreasons which were among the J. M. COUSE
] Peary many others that might have been
B. Owens.' I ida I ,
I and :Mr. Nail to Camp to
; with great propriety, urged, induces Counselor and Attorney at Law
report, for active duty with the S a-i Chaplains Work Topicof the I
: :Mrs. W. H. Lanier Mrs. H. R. General Assembly of the state
: !I Bees. He was sworn in as chief Hopkins. 'Building

'Hall, Mrs. W. L. Lott and Mrs. H. A.I J petty officer upon acceptance last Baptist ProgramsThe I aforesaid, now convened, to ,insist,I .Wednesdays tt and Saturdays
: upon and respectfully ask that the
Bestor business visitors' in
.t.: were week. '
West Palm Beach Tuesday. / (grievance and injustice complained( 0:90 to 4:00
i. : i Lottie Moon Circle of the .
of be I '
I removed, by II
,. reinstating, at
.... Mr and'Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez tist Woman's Missionary Society met least
': Bub Mills has returned from two on said road, the triweeklytwohorse
a I have returned from a vacation, which I II at the home of Mrs. R. L. Marshall I
weeks' stay with Mr. and Mrs. they spent in New Orleans and Mrs. coaches.
I Tuesday afternoon., C. S. Waters
Douglas Thompson at their ranch Gretna, ,Louisiana. Their daughter, was in charge of the program,I I I on'sFish

near Okeechobee. I Shirley Ruth, returned with them which was devoted to a descriptionof I Jo Camp

for the summer, bringing a Classmate life in the military camps and The Kissimmee Livestock Market (Near Hurricane Gate) I
Miss Louise of Jacksonville hit 'a new sales peak last week I
f Lois Payne, with her for amonth's the work of army chaplains. Mrs. Clewiston, Fla.
', spent. this week in Clewiston 700 head of stock were disposed of,
visit. Marshall, Mrs. Jack Himrod, Mrs.Fred 'I Boats and Motors-Guide Service
visiting her sister, Mrs. E. E. Kelly returning a ,total of $30,000. Calves }
Dunaway and Mrs. H. C.: Meador ._Rates Reasonable
and IIi Kelly. J [ brought $15 a hundredweight i -
h } ; :Mrs. :M. M. Prewitt spent the week took, parts ,on 'the program. fat and,I : W. H. Johnson, Mgr. f
grass steers between $13.50
end in'Zellwood with Mr. Prewitt Mrs. Jack Himrod presided at the and I
Mrs. R. 'V. Allison and daughtersof $14.00.
I who is spending his vacation from I business session after which the
Gainesville arrived last week and
the sugar office there, working ona I hostesses served home-made ice ,
, are spending several weeks here with I
large drainage 'project in connection -]I cream and cookies to 'Mrs. Himrod, : '.RENTAL HOUSESof
her father, Fred L. Williamson FOR
I with farming operations. H. A. Mrs. Earl Peters, Mrs. Leon Bembry, SALE Mrs.. Viola Stone's Estate are

I Bestor, who is assisting with the I[ Mrs. W. T. Bembry, Mrs. C. S. Waiters Hooker.
Your Mrs. Jewel
I last in of
'I Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davis of Canal chance to buy charge
I supervision of the work, also spent I Mrs. Fred Dunaway, Mrs. T. L. 'Two vacant.
Point spent the week-end in Clewis- now
I* I the week-end there. Tanner,. Mrs.. Meador and Mrs; Mar- I
I' ton with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lov-i shall. my equity ,in new groom ', SEE" MRS. HOOKER
: vorn. I concerning them.
!1 La Flower-Stender income home, five .
The Helen Bagley Circle met at
Flight Lieutenant G. W. Nicker- I
.I the home 'of Mrs, E.' M. Cornette. large bedrooms, gas wa-

Miss Emily Stender ,and Sergeant Mrs. E. F. Phillippi led the devotional -
dectomy performed in the ter heater
ham Robert M., LaFlower\ were marriedin and Mrs Gordon Bembry. new

Field Hospital'-last BUCking"j a quiet ceremony performed in (Mrs H. 'J. Roath, Mrs. Phillipi and range, lots of nice cabi- Florist AgencyFlowers

the manse of the First Christian i Mrs.. Fred .Sikes took parts on. the
Miss Frances Morgan and her sis- delivered here: at no
Church in West Palm Beach Satur- I program. nets other nice furniture
ter ,
Miss Catherine Morgan of West extra cost. Other towns, any-
day. The Rev. C. McLaughlin, min After the business meeting a sur-
Palm Beach spent Sunday ,in Moore where in U. S. add only cost'of
ister officiated. prise stork shower given Mrs. if wanted. Income
of the church, was over
Haven with Mr. and Mrs. A., L. Morgan I I telegram, ranging from 20 to
l Mrs. LaFlower wore' a dress of Fred Sikes., Refreshments of Coca-
; $90.00 month. 55 cents.
powder blue linen with pink accessories Colas and cakes were served by Mrs. per I

1 for her wedding. Attendingthe Cornette to Mrs. Roath, Mrs. Phil-I I MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN

Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff is spending couple were Sergeant and Mrs I lippi, Mrs Sikes, Mrs W. W. Perry, 1+ Thomas M. Boals I Western Union Office
,. week in Okeechobee visiting,, her W. 'L. Areta. Mrs. Gordon Bembry and Mrs. Walker Day Phone 82 Night 2791
mother, Mrs. Prescott. Mr. and lrs. E. Ventura Ave. I
\ The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Nail. I
-Wenzloff will I I
move the first of next ,
week to Orlando. I I J. W. Long of Winston-Salem, N. C., Tinkle CircI'e I ..
and has been employed at the sugar The ,Amanda met at

; Miss Runelle-McGehee, who.,is a I I office for the past year.. Sergeant the home of Mrs. W. A. Montgomery. ..II.''...'...'..'....*..W*.JMMrMI..'...!..J...'..*...JMJ N.*..IMMI"JMl...'*.'*...!..WCLEWISTON....NNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. ..N......................NN.. ......NN.. ..ANN. .....N...

student in large LaFlowe'r's home is in Elkhart, In- The program given was along the :
nurse a New Orleans
diana.. He is attached to the ad- same lines as that for all circles at _:
hospital is
spending a few weeks vacation =;
:' .. here with her parents, Mr. 'and ministrative staff at Riddle, Field this meeting. Mrs M. A. Thomas S
1 read a letter which. she had received '
Mrs McGehee.
J. A. .
from Rev. Marshall C, Mines, a j

Bill Read' spent-the week-end in I JohnsonAdamsWilliam former pastor of the church who is, : ._: 'GOLF COURSE

St. now an army chaplain and stationed .
Petersburg with his mother, Mrs
in North Africa. Since the ?
W. A. Read. Miriam Nail who visited H. Johnson, and Miss Inez pro-I
.' ,;' I gram was devoted to military life and :i: ::
there for two weeks returned with Adams, both of Clewiston, were married .
: ,him Monday. Wednesday, June 16, in West I chaplain's work, the letter was very. _

\ Palm Beach. timely and interesting. .
The ceremony was:
r. Mrs. Arch Hodges is moving this performed in the First Methodist I Refreshments were served to Mrs. .!. ;, :s:

West Fred Topper, Mrs. Paul Bussey, Mrs. :s: ', .;.
: : week to Fort Myers to join Mr. Church of Palm Beach with ,.

Hodges, who is employed at one of the Rev. Claud M. Haines officiatingin I A. H. King, Mrs. C.: R. Krueger;, Mrs *::: The Number of Golfers Is Steadily .

.y the air fields there. Robert Hodges the presence> of a few friends.. M. A. Thomas, Mrs. W. A. Montgomery ."% "

'. '. '- left this week for Fort Myers and is 1 The 'couple is residing at John-. ery Mrs Arch Hodges.COMMUNITY S_ ,. t, :i:

c also employed there. son's Fish Camp, Clewi ton., I CHURCH I ,:. : Increasing ..
11 !I V V ''
:> .. :
:Mrs E. W. Durst returned Satur- ; BRIDGE CLUBS % ::
day from a visit of several weeks with I Sunday School .at 9:45 a. m. Dr. ''i'I't' ......................................... ........ ,.' .!'.

Mr. Durst in Ensley, Alabama, and 1 Mrs.Keathley Bowden was hostessto C. E. Gericke, superintendent. ..:.. +

with her sister, Mrs. Harper Beville, members of her bridge club Wed- Morning Services'a't 11 a. m.' The ,:: '

>., : in Gainesville. nesday' afternoon at the Clewiston Rev. H. C. McComb, of the First Good Greens : j jI
I Fort Pierce,
Inn. After Presbyterian Church, ,
lunch, the bridge game | '.,,
\ Mrs. Everett Casper and Mrs. W. was enjoyed on the terrace, first will preach at the morning service. :;: :.!:

C. Nail.motored to West Palm Beach prize, a 'set of place mats, going to FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I .Y. .........................................'......................,, 's'..
Tuesday to meet Mrs. A. L. Moor- Mrs. W. H. Lanier and. cut prize, a : -

man and baby son, Lee, who arrived storage. bag, to Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. H. C. Meador, Pastor I k > 'i'I .
from Washington, D. C., for a visit Playing were Mrs. Dave Alston, "Our walk must correspond with I N 1

with her brothers, W. C. and Walker Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs C. E.' John- our talk." | ; Meet Your Own Friends There ::

Nail and her father, w. F. Nail.A son, Mrs H. R. Hall, Mrs. R. C.; Wil- Sunday, School-9:45 a. in. Vr +

son, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, :Mrs. J. 'V.Eze'ue Morning Worship-11:00 a. in. x

group of girls from the Community and :Mrs. G. B. Thomas. Union 7:15 : ; .
Training : p. m. :: ::

' I: Sunday School left Monday Evening Worship:30 p. m. '_' h .:.

, for Greynolds Park near Miami fora Mrs. C. L. :McLendon was hostess Next Wednesday will mark the |, .:.

stay at the Presbyterian Camp for Tuesday night ,to members of her close of half of the year, 1943. Ask Y

'. girls. In the group were Pat Bailey, bridge club, guests filling in for :yourself the question "What have I y*

Grace Ward, Harriet Alston, June I absent members being Mrs. S. L. done that is worthwhile?" "How .: ,YEARLY MEMBERSHIP |::

and Christine Espenlaub, Betty Bux- I Crochet, Mrs. E. C. Mills and Mrs have I ,lived as a Christian?" Let's Y =.

ton, Shirley Owen, Louise Thomas P. M. McIntyre. resolve that the remaining six
'|' FEES
and Ann I GREEN :;:
55 Jo Crouch. Mrs. A. O.: First prize was won by Mrs. Mills months will be spent in diligent ** DAILY |

Ward the girls and to W.the C.camp.Owen accompanied I!(1 and Others second playing by Mrs.were Foy Mrs.Durrence.Glen,service Were for you our there God.? We had an ex ..$t:.'.:..,:..:-X..K-H..:--K..:..:..K..:..:'.:..:..><..:..:..:..0...:......0....................0..............................-.:........ .




Gems of Thought .-r-- Lg THEY WERE L -=--=- -::--- Une1eP/iI

] there is love in the : aS'Zy3
there are rainbowsin : : -

the eyes, which cover every -
: '7 / P/7J/-f= -< I.,
black cjoud with gorgeous hues. I y -'H W.N.U.FEATURES
Ward Beecher.
I THE average man doesn't cast
Not the senses I have but THE STORY SO FAR: The story of cions of the men. Because we were sembled for the China trip-so if bread upon the waters until '
what I do with them is my their part In the battle for the Philip- leaving Bataan in absolute secrecy any hint of it had leaked out to the it has become quite stale.
kingdom.-Helen Keller. pines is being told by four of the five and very soon. crew, they would think it was still
naval officers who are al) that Is left // a man is enjoying life, sleep f
well "Of to us this means that on. i
pray course
Thine to work as as of, Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 3. They cat infringement. \
Clearing thorny throngs away; are Lieut. John Bulkclcy (now Lieutenant the China trip-our' last hope of see- "Meanwhile MacArthur had told
Plucking up the weeds of sin, Commander), squadron commander; ing America and escaping death or Bulkeley that Bataan would fall Decent people hate a pessimistas i
Letting heaven's warm, sunshine in.WHITTIER. Lieut. R. B. Kelly, second-in-command; a Japanese prison-was gone for- shortly, and Corregidor would go much as he hates himself. h

and Ensigns Anthony Akers and GeorgeE. ever. Now the MTB's were like the soon after-if it didn't' get help from Silence isn't necessarily golden r
Five great enemies of peace Cox, Jr. During a raid against the rest here in the islands-)ithe expend- the States immediately. No 'help, sometimes it's just "yellow."
inhabit with us-avarice, ambi- Japs, the PT boats captured a landing ables who fight on without hope to was being sent. Apparently it -
tion, envy, anger, and pride; ifthese barge and took prisoner a Jap captainand the end. couldn't be gotten to us. Then the About the only difference between an i
one of his men. But Squadron 3 had old fool and a young idiot is time. a
were to be banished, we Japs could mop up the southern
should infallibly enjoy perpet- also suffered the loss of two of their, "The minute we knew we were to Philippines."It A man who loses his temper
original six boats, and they were planning
ual peace.-Petrarch. to escape to China, when all of their leave Bataan soon," continued Lieu- was a grim picture for us. sometimes offers the only remedy \
torpedoes were gone, unless help ar tenant Kelly after a pause, "we got But here was our last big job. Mac- there is for impudence. '
rived. to work on the four boats. We knew Arthur was the brains of the organization I

the trip would be tough, and the -the only general who could
GETAFTER RHEUMATIC PAIN boats were old now. The engineshad take that territory back. The whole B E A,. with its heat rash misery. !
CHAPTER VIII had double the number of hours' allied defense depended on getting B-4.1 Sprinkle,n Mexsana for- I
With a Mtdielnt that will Prove Itself THE merlyMexicanHcatPowder.
service without \their customary him to Australia. !
If you suffer from rheumatic painor "When we went out that night," overhaul and "Bulkeley EAT der. Costs little,and you j
thorough returning, so .was 'reporting to him
muscular aches,buy C-2223 today save lots ia larger sizes.
said didn't dream
for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1. Bulk ley, "we we they were making half their original ,every other day, but MacArthur refused t tf
Caution: Use only as directed. First were to take our final crack at the speed. to set ,a date for leaving-he f

bottle purchase price refunded by Japs off Bataan. I took two boats- "We planned to scrape the bot- wanted to stay as long as he could. Major Airports \
druggist if not satisfied. Get C-2223. Kelly in the 34 riding myself with
toms and overhaul their struts, but At this time the boys on Bataan were
1940 there ;
Akers in the 35-to see-if we couldn'tbag were the United
done for only three. back in their
this was Myboat's strongest positionsalso States
of the destroyers which only 76 "major" airports- }}
one Jap
turn was last, and meanwhileit ,their last-ditch defense line-
DON'T LET'' the army could see in Subic Bay. was used for patrol. and the Japs had had about all they i.e. fields having paved runways \!
"But the admiral had said weweren't of 3,500feet or longer. There are E
monkeying with this line
CONSTIPAYIONSLOW "Overhauling these motors with and '
now more than 850.j7OkiS4fr'.
to go into the bay. We were waiting for reinforcements. .
I out replacement parts was a But I'
YOU UPI must them outside. The Japs I I'I
coax terrible job. For instance. Any tank- when news came that their General r
I* When bowels are sluggish and you had the bay's rim lined with guns, town which overhauls a fliv- Yamashita was on his way with I
feel irritable, headachy, do.8S millions and it would be suicide. We got garage many transports, bragging he would 't
I do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem outside of Subic about eleven I I
chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew ,r r capture MacArthur within a month,
FEEN-A-MINT before you -go to bed o'clock. All according to plan, Kel- \ our departure date was set for ofRHEUMATISM \
taking only in accordance with package ly hid his 34 boat in a cove just out- \ March 15.

___ directions-sleep without being dis- side the bay, while I went into the "But to keep the men occupiedand NEURITIS-LUMBAGO .
turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough entrance and raised a little hell-
r also to keep our secret, we went 'e n J
relief, helping you feel swell again. Try l lr
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy fired my machine guns so they couldsee i QUA right on with plans for developingour
and economical.A generous family supply the tracers, hoping a Jap destroyer shore base at Sisiman Cove. We

costs only would follow me out, where- installed a good cook's galley, fixed 1

;fEEN.A.Mlr 101 upon Kelly was'to come out of the up the mess hall, screened in every-
cove and lam a couple of torpedoesinto t*; t4A thing, as though we hoped to live

their engine room. It didn't there for months.

Raining Shrapnel work. The Japs had had all they "We even took all our clothes off Large Bottleb neb tmn i)'122-Sman Size 60c|
After antiaircraft guns have wanted of us. But just as I was the boats and moved them into the IT ILL till DRUG STORES ir BT HAIL it receipt of'mice
about to leave, I saw from the en- nipa huts ashore. McNEIL DRUG CO., Inc.
firing at an enemy plane, 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville.Florida
shrapnel from their shells may trance the outline of a big ship- "On the fourth of March there

continue to rain from the sky for tied to Olongapo dock." came a nice break for me. Peggy
as,long as three minutes. "She was a big one," said Akers, got me word that she had been

"maybe 10,000 tons. A tanker, we transferred to Little Baguio hospitalon Get Your War Bonds ft

learned the next day. So we turned Bataan, relieving one of the girls
sack- sneaked toward hertherewas who had been working too long under To Help Ax, the Axis

11'lflfJfiCl"may no fire on us yet-and cut loose fire, and I got the idea of invit-

"olJ two torpedoes. By the time'they ing her down to our base for chow

exploded, we had cleared the mouthof i and to spend the evening. Dr. Nelson -

be quickly relieved with soothing the bay. But from the mountainsof who had been looking after my

medicated,time-t st2d Resinol. Try it'RES'INOL Bataan the army watched her #: .y N hand, was also on Little Baguio, andI e

burn all night, and in the morning invited him and his girl friend, too.
there she sunk 'at her dock." llt a Brush Applicator
was, "You should have seen my ship "Cap- ,1
Zfp makes"BUiCK LEAF 40"
"They were our last' torpedoes / j perk up when I told them. The skip- JUST A GO MUCH FARTHER
fired in defense of Bataan said DASH IN FEATHERSIRRITATIONS.
a0a8.xy per was going to bring a girl
Out.of SightThough Bulkeley. "Since December 7 we : aboard! They had the ship all spit

lost to sight, jto memory had probably sunk a hundred times and polish, ready for the big event.

dead.-George.Linley. our' own combined tonnage in ene- r 'r yyrr My cook, Reynolds, and the 'Filipino -

my warships. While we'd lost two.; mess ,boy were ,tickled, pink. OF
nfl Jig
of our six boats, neither had been They were going to show the army! S
hit by the' enemy-both had gone "You see the week before I'd gone ) fJD BfA EXTERNAL CAUSEacne

aground in the dark. over to Little Baguio-I'd had only pimples, bumps (blackheads), and

<. "I can tell you about the army," breakfast and arrived on foot late miseries ugly broken-out with simple skin.home Millions treatment.relieve

said Cox. "I used to get bored at t PJkj04fr in the afternoon for my dressing, to Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
Sisiman Cove and take trips to the / spend the night and walk back. But healing, works the antiseptic way. Use
:Black and White Ointment only as -
," front-sometimes up into the out- they told me, regretfully of course, .lOc.25c.50c sizes. 25 years success.
posts. There were a lot of men in f//L / of a new ruling: rations were tight- Money-back guarantee. 83T Vital In
cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
fULL'EM WITH uniform on Bataan, but the frontline ening-they were down to dried fish,' :Black and White Skin Soap daily.
Efficient soldiers consisted first "But the General explained every- rice :
fighting plain and one slice of breadso -
65 YEARS of about two thousand Americans thing when he returned from the
Economical absolutely no visitors could get
welL seasoned and good fighters. ride. food at the hospital. So I went to
DRUGGIST 35 & $1.00 ;,1I
Then, about twelve hundred Filipino bed supperless, got up, watched them
back in the States
ver always replaces -
coilts-equally well trained and eat breakfast-they said how sorry
equally good. Lastly, they had in the gaskets with new ones. they were they couldn't offer me
didn't have Or
Ton for Ton the fighting line about twenty-seven Only we any. any any-hiked,back all.those miles over
So those old
sealing compound.
Providing the power to produce a thousand Filipino traineesyoungkids gas- the hills, and at nine o'clock, sitting -
kets had to be carefully removed, I I
ton of steel calls for a ton of coal. who had never worn a uniform at our own mess table, ate sev-
ii i until a few weeks before the war handled as gently as though they'' enteen hot cakes as fast as Rey- r
precious lace and laid backin
i ,
,started. nolds could turn them out of the
"Then there was the item of equipment place when the motors were re FROM THE WARFRONTTO

-no spare parts. They Had a assembled. pan."Now their one idea was to show
few tanks left, with their treads "How much gas could we carry? the army what real navy hospitalitycan THE HOME-FRONT

falling off. A missing fan belt would We experimented-put down plankson be. It's true Peggy brought the 1G

put an entire tractor out of the war those %-inch plywood decks to coffee-we were out of that-but they '

-for want of a tread, a tank wouldbe strengthen them, and finally decidedwe rustled the rest. It started off with os

junk by the roadside. could take a chance on piling fruit cocktail, then,a real pot roast ,of,
"That's more or less how it lookedto twenty of those fifty-gallon drums on fresh meat with brown gravy, and 1

us on March 1," said Kelly, each boat. in this whole can of mushrooms,
"which is a day I'll never forget.It "Naturally the crews got curious which they'd'been hoarding for some

.r g started off ,in a curious way-it about all these preparations. Sincewe big occasion. Then rice and canned

seemed that General MacArthur knew so much about what the peas and beans, a delicious apple "

wanted to take a ride on one of our Japanese were doing across the pie, and then coffee, like only we <. ';;
boats with Bulkeley. We felt hon- bay, we assumed their means for can make in the navy. There was

ored, but I. couldn't just ,understand finding out about us were equally never such a dinner. Then, we sat

why the General would, choose a good. Anyway, Bulkeley and I had and talked, while the little

time; like ,this for a pleasure trip. decided that there is only one way of waves lapped along the cove.

f Still, orders were orders, and even keeping a valuable secret during a "I told Peggy I wanted to see her

the air force got theirs-or rather war: don't tell it yourself. again, and soon. She said they were

what was left of it, which was exactly "But we had to tell the men some- keeping her very busy, ,but she

four decrepit P-40's patched together thing. So we said maybe, after we might get a night off on the fifteenthor

from the pieces of many oth- had exhausted all our gas here on before. There was no way I

The SLAP METHOD is the most Bataan, we would head down for could call her, so she said she'd
convenient "miss" that is employed the General explained everything Cebu in the southern islands. Cebu, get to the signal-corps field telephone A

in swatting flies. You sim- when he returned from the where there was plenty of food and and ring me up about six When you realize that FLIT and

ply swat a perched fly on the back ride, by officially presenting Bulke- more torpedoes, and where they had o'clock on the eleventh, when we our other insecticides kill many of
of a lovely dowager the fly flees .ley with the order decorating him the most beautiful and languorous could make a definite date. that "war
insects a
the wage
does your social standing.A with the D.S.C.. 'We'd known aboutit girls on the islands, and plenty of "I asked her if she couldn't makeit -
better way to get flies is toTANGLEF00T of nerves"on our soldiers on many,
forweeks, but'this, it seemed, was gasoline. sooner, and she said of course what
it's to see
the official presentation. He also congratulated "We painted it as a golden spot. she wanted to, but didn't see how easy
Catc m wft the men on the fine work Only Bulkeley and I knew that whenwe she possibly could. I wanted to tell FLIT will do to common house-

they had done, and handed each A got to Cebu we would be doomed her why I wanted it sooner. ThenI hold pests! One deep whiff and

package of cigarettes. It wasn't until -there was no gasoline there and stopped myself. Because in a war they're stiff!

that night that Bulkeley told me only a little in Mindanao. We could you don't tell anybody. Not any- i FLIT has the AA Rating. ..

all this had been camouflage. For never hope to get to Australia. body. And if they have any sense, the .highest established for

that morning the General had called "But then there were the two cor- and Peggy had plenty, they under- household insecticides by the

It is the old reliable that never fails. hini in and told him of the new plan. respondents-Clark Lee and Nat stand this and don't want to be told. National Bureau of ,StandardS

Always economical to use, and not China was out for us, all right. Be- Floyd of the New York Times, and "So instead we talked about the Ask for FLIT. ..

rationed. For sale at drug and cause Washington had' made Mac- also Colonel Wong. They knew about war, and how they were low on quinine the knock-out killer
grocery stores. Arthur Commander in Chief for all the Chinese trip because the Ad- now-just had enough to give !
the Pacific and ordered him to miral had authorized them to go the worst malaria cases a light slug -today

leave. A submarine had been sug-i with us. So we told ,them yes, we which would last only a short time

gested, but MacArthur had said were still going to China, but we -and how tired the soldiers were,

Bulkeley was the only commandingofficer didn't know when-maybe not for a how uncertain everything looked. 1
he knew in whom he had complete -: long time-and advised them if they 'It's uncertain for us in the na-

THE TANGLEFOOT CO. confidence-he was sailing had any other chance to get out, vy, too,' I said. One of these days Copr.1Wficanco lalWfFRfi3S8MP< .
Grand Rapids, Hick. N1 Iflar with Buck. But he'd wanted to makea by all means to take it. Mean- even I am liable to disappear, without m is&sm
ttondrM trial run first, and so added 'the while we kept on the boats all that ,telling you good-bye.' niLtd j NfW!

little ceremony to "allay the suspi- landing-gear equipment we had as- TO BE CONTINUED)

I .




;1 Shopkeeper Took Next ?ti %. .C.e'.P MMMMMc MMMhhP-MhMhP Mc'.c'.( .l c.c. .c-hh

Best Him AS" MS ?
Thing Offered
111 ? ? A quiz with answers offering ?

/i'l\ Wishing to dispose of' his dog, a 14 NO TIlER !information on various subjects ??
n man who was moving into the city .

1 1 1 1 i t 11Pt went to the local pet shopkeeper."Do t- l'-ol'-ol'-ol'-o- -_ac "-t-".-"".--....-.....-..ti...-.._.-"."--,
1 you think you can sell this
i The Questions 8. Of, what
substance is glass
dog for $200? he asked
Released by Western Newspaper Union.
TWE'SCREEN RADIO man. I, What is a dactylogram? principally made?

I I By VIRGINIA VALE PAINFUL FEET "But, sir, that type of dog is 2. Who wrote: "The old order The Answers

I Released by Western Newspaper Union. not worth that much," was the reply changeth, yielding place to new"? 1. A fingerprint record.
While the word orthopedic means, of/the astonished agent. 3; What two cities are the terminals 2. Alfred Tennyson.

... COLUMBIA'S "Ap straightening of the feet, orthopedic But the other insisted, and left. of the Lincoln highway? 3. New York and San Fran
ON in Berlin" set: physicians are consulted by patientswho Some weeks later he returnedand 4. A pentad represents how cisco.

have any trouble, with bones ; asking about his dog, was many years? 4. Five years.
George Sanders, pretendingto and joints of the entire told that it had been sold. 5. What is a pseudonym? An 5. Pseudonym is assumed
be a traitor for his coun body. That physicians "Do ;you really mean to tell me autonym? name; autonym is a person's real j'
try's sake, is under arrest: r'. a.; ..,$ ?. would be of that you got the $200 that I 6. Why was William H. Harrison name.

the bit player charged with ? "Y' more help to patients asked?" he inquired. nicknamed "Tippecanoe"? 6. Because of his defeat of the
handcuffing him bursts 4 if they studied "Well, not exactly," said the I 7. PT boats are, known as' the Indians near the Tippecanoe river.
to foot pains more, is shopkeeper. "You see, I exchanged navy's deadliest vessels. Where 7. From "patrol torpedo" boats. \
through a door and >-"j admitted by the it for two $100 cats." did they get the name?. 8. Sand. >'.
wrap the steel bracelets (;' .. medical profession.
around Sanders' wrists., Tries That pains in the

again and again and can't get themto : feet are very often VASTY ostIGMiRLUBIN
clasp. "You're not putting mit- due to infection- ,
tens on a baby!" Director Al Green teeth, tonsils is
cries at last. "You act as if you known and patients r OFINS!
were afraid of hurting Mr. Sanders." Dr. Barton with painful feet who

The bit player looks sheepish, and are not on their feet ,/J // 4.u.r ARE EISLY MADE!!
Sanders pulls his sleeves back from much are likely suffering with in- ,

his bruised and bleeding wrists. fection. In fact, some orthopedic ,,. / / 4Ai,. Serve your family these delicious
"Really, you're being a bit hard on physicians state that more than half m N "/ N"Z "HZ"'H Z""" muffins soon! Their tempting,texture
the fellow," says he. "He has triedit of painful feet are due to infection.And Pattern 7504 contains instructions for and flavor come from crisp, deliciousKELLOGG'S
the other way, you know." when we think of the number of making slippers In small, medium and ALL-BRAN. Here's the recipe .
large sizes illustration In a wartime version, using no sugar.
; of stitches list
;1. bones and joints in the feet, in which sa of materials needed. .Try ALL-BRAN Muffins for breakfast
Claire Trevor scored in radio on arthritis can get,started, this is not Due to an unusually large demand and tomorrow!
the !"Big Town" series'with EdwardG. hard to understand. current war conditions, slightly more timeis Kellogg's All-Bran Muffins
Robinson several years ago, However, there are a great many required in filling orders for a few of 2 tablespoons % milk
thereby giving her screen career a cases of painful feet due to bearingthe the most popular pattern numbers. shortening 1 cup cup flour ,
'weight of the body.In Send your order to: % cup corn syrup :% teaspoon salt
"' ''''' '''!'''' 1 egg Z1teaspoons
r A'\f [A :l : ':::ri speaking of functional disordersof 1 cup Kellogg'g baking powdef
the feet (that is not due to disease Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. All-Bran '
9 or infection) Dr. ,D. J. Morton, 82 Eighth Ave. New York Cream shortening and corn syrup
Y Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to thoroughly; add egg and beat well
York State
New York in the
.. < a J.4' New cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo. Stir in All-Bran and milk, let soak
p r s Journal of Medicine, states that the 1r until most of moisture is taken up.
; ...............
commonest cause of pain in sole of Sift flour with salt and baking pow-

v.* jt foot is because the inner bone of Name ................................ der; add to first mixture and stir only ",
until flour disappears. Fill greased
the sole of the foot, correspondingwith Address ............................. muffin pans two-thirds full and baka
big toe, is shorter than the oth- In moderately hot oven (400 F.).
er four bones and the ligaments,sup- about 30 minutes. Yield: 8 large muf-
r fins, 3 inches in diameter, or 12: small,
porting it are loose or not as tightas
muffins, 2% inches In diameter.
with the other bones in sole of j L ;

foot. Thus pain here is just like painin ; _
any other joint that is being con- r. 'Th Kept Japs In. *
; w j stantly strained. In other words improper ,,c't .), { *, Departure, from Japan was, until -
weight distribution, too muchat -'t S i i 1870, 'an offense punishable by
this point, causes the pain. e death.
e ft. Gn
d Suggestions for treatment of pain- \ Total Loss

CLAIRE TREVOR ful feet are: (1) less work or play Edna You would hardly know

and weight bearing, (2) rest, (3) ft his Freddy since he got back. Ile lost all xYOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM-
boost. Now she's a radio regular many short rests during the day money and-
again, on the "Mayor of the Town" with the legs and feet"'well, supported shan't Eielyn-Hardly know him! Why, I
know him at all!
series Wednesday. nights with Lionel at level of hips, (4) removal of HOT flASHESIt

Barrymore. all irritation (corns, calluses, warts) All the
.-' which cause the individual to put Way you suffer from hot flashes, dizziness -
Youngster-Grandpa will distress of "Irregularities", are
Two ex-choir singers kept the set his weight elsewhere when walkingand you
have the weak, nervous. Irritable, blue at
man put a of chocolate
of Paramount's "True to Life" filled avoidance of badly,fitting shoes, times-due to the functional
with music. They were ,Mary Martin (5) plunging feet firstinto hot and on my sundae? "middle-age" period In a woman's
Grampa-Of Ufe-try Lydia Pinkham's Vege-
and Dick Powell, both of whom then into cold water a few times aft- course, grandson.I'll table Compound-the best-known
ask him to the limit
began their musical careers singing er the day's work is over to improvethe goo for medicine you can buy today that's

hymns in the home-town church. circulation.Dr. you. made Plnkham's especially Compound women.has helped '
They sang in their dressing rooms Morton gives a helpful work- thousands upon thousands of wom-
and on the set;.just couldn't seem to ing rule which is to assume (in gen- 7504 YN LJa A vacation would be ideal if the en to relieve such annoying symp-
When weren't singingthe eral that old pocketbook could take a rest toms. Follow label directions. Pink-
stop. they ) pain at top and sides of ham's Compound Is worth trying
music written for the picture the foot is likely caused,by the shoe; RIGHT from your scrap-bag also. _
they were rehearsing songs for their when pain is on the bottom of the steps this footwear! Both san-
radio shows. The tunes for the pic- foot, the trouble is generaly inside dals and scuffs are entirely of Kind Thought
ture were written by Johnny Mer- the foot. An X-ray should be taken rags, soles and all, and make gay, "My uncle bought my aunt a HOUSEWIVES : *.'

cer and Hogy Carmichael; no won-, from top of foot to sole of both inexpensive play shoes or bedroom violin." Year Waste Kitchen Fats
der the stars couldn't stop singing! feet. slippers. Use up scraps in varied "I didn't'know she played one."

-/h""-- colors. "She doesn't. He wanted to give Are Needed for Explosives

Looks as if Zasu Pitts is makinga Sulfa Drugs Reduce her a place to rest her chin." TURN 'EM IN! *
swell'comeback in "Let's Face It,"

after concluding her 'run in ,her Influenza Death Rate L Hibernating AnimalsWhen In the Navy a floor is a "deck,"
:play, "Her First Murder." Zasu deserves doors are "bulkheads," down-
a good picture, after work- stairs is "below," and a cigaretteis SHAVE with SHELBYSHARPER
ing in the lamentable one called Physicians who went through the animals are in a state of a "Camel." At least, Camel is
"Tish." influenza epidemic of 1918-1919, and hibernation they are only a stepor : the favorite cigarette among Navy
--*ISS witnessed the hopelessness in the two from death. Their heart men, as it is among men, in the
George Reeves spent four years treatment of thousands of cases, now beat is ,very slow, their body tem- Army, Marines, and Coast Guard. SHARPER
struggling through small roles in big look with eager eyes toward future perature falls way below normal, (Based on actual sales records BECAUSE
pictures, hoping for the break that battles with influenza.It and their breathing is not percep- from service men's stores.) Anda
would boost him to the top. He gotit was because influenza went on tible by ordinary means. If you carton of Camels is a favorite THEY'RE
opposite Claudette Colbert in "So to pneumonia and bronchopneumonia dig up a ground squirrel in hiber- gift. Though there are now Post /> THINNER

Proudly We Hail"-and was inducted and the heart already dam- nation, you can shake it, pinch it, Office restrictions on packages to double edge I
into the army when the picturewas aged by influenza was unable to sus- drop it on the table, even stick it overseas Army men, you can still etsingleedgefor I

finished. ,,, ,tain the continued fight against pneu- with pins, and it will remain as send Camels to soldiers in the 10C
----;.--- monia and ,bronchopneumonia, thatso limp as though dead. Only fairly U. S., and to men in the Navy,
Way, way back Universal decidedto many victims died. Now that long exposure to warmth will re- Marines, and Coast Guard wherever Manufactured Federal and guaranteed by
Razor Blade Co., N. Y.
follow its hilarious "My Man God- the physician has at hand the sulfa vive the rodent. they are.-Adv.

frey" with "My Girl Godfrey," with drugs which have reduced the death
Carole Lombard in the title role. rate in pneumonia from nearly 10

Now it's scheduled again, with per cent to about 3 per cent, he is
Deanna Durbin able to influenza and {<
starring, along with fight pneumo-
Franchot Tone and Pat O'Brien. I nia successfully.Some 7r w'faj'4 l nta S 4 .
,,, I tk
interesting figures were recently :
You'll have to see "Stars in the I released by Dr. Louis I. Dub- IN THE WAR!
Service" if you yearn to see what lin of the Metropolitan Life Insur-
your favorite movie heroes are up to ance company. The figures show; Charlotte Gillam,inspector
in the armed forces. It will be the that there has been a decrease in -, at General Aircraft
first release of the 23rd year of Co the death rate of influenza and pneu- Corp. ./
lumbia's "Screen Snapshots," and monia of 65 per cent from 1900 to '7

will present virtually every male 1940, that is from 202 per hundred
star and featured player who is in thousand of the population in 1900 to
uniform. It was made by Ralph 70 in 1940. ; CAMELS

Staub-it's the 565th short he's pro- While this is gratifying, the use of s / :
duced, directed and photographed. the sulfa drugs during 1941 and ARE EASY ON
. --- -- 1942 has caused
an even more rapid "
I I Ray Noble, of the Edgar Bergen- decrease. rJ S0fi M r.).,M l'. MY THROAT ,_,..
Charlie air show is How remarkable this ,;: s
McCarthy ex- drop in the AND HAVE LOTS
cited over the announcement that death rate really is can only be
Warner Bros. will produce a picture realized by thinking of the rate of <:/., : OF FLAVORTHEVSUIT
named for Ray's tune, "The Very decrease in the years 1900 to 1940, or
Thought of You"; he wrote it in before the general use of the sulfa CIGARETTES ARE JUDGED /f '-. SUIT ME TO A ,

1934, and it's still popular. It will drugs. For the general population,
,be The"T-ZONE"-Taste and Throat-is the .t: '% 04 'T-
spotted in the same manner as the decrease in the death rate from ; : j r.a ati.> < ?:
"As Time Goes By" was spotlightedso influenze and pneumonia has been at proving ground for cigarettes.Only your taste ,
successfully in "Casablanca." the rate of Vk per cent a year for the and throat can decide which cigarette tastes a. a; ?
---7Y-- 40 years. During the last two years, best to you...and how it affects your throat: ;a Jh ... .
The Andrews Sisters will return judging the whole population by the Based on the experience of millions of smokers y

to radio on June 30, when they will millions of wage earners 'and their we believe Camels will suit your"T-ZONE"to a"T n >,
\ be guest stars on Morton Gould's families of the Metropolitan Insur- : < Ay.
I Carnival over CBS. Having finished ance company, the death rate 'has .
the Hollywood chore for Universal..... decreased more than 14 per centa } :;; p
I .which they didn't want to do- year. In other words, the sulfa
they're glad to be coming back, even drugs have decreased the death rate
I, though they've made so much money in influenza and pneumonia over nine
; already this year that they'll haveto times as much each of the last two x A s4kTtlc XU b4 s:w a ,
give their radio salaries right years as in any of the previous 40 ::
back to Uncle Sam! I years.




vice would soon be arranged for. He I I The present stamp is good only, until J LEGAL NOTICES said District at Clewlston. Hendry
I Is prepared to supply airlines or July 1, at which tithe new stamp County. Florida on Wednesday July 7,
MONDAY IS LONGEST I 1943, at 5:00 o'clock in the afternoon
feeder lines with the
necessary must be displayed. (Eastern War Time) for the purpose
equipment for this special service, I NOTICE ''or: -
BEGINSMonday on which he has held patents since IT'S THE LITTLE THINGS I MliKTlNCJ Of I 2.1. Electing a Supervisor: '
SUMMER Kecetylng Annual
; 1932. I taking; action with
Ij '" thereto as the landowners may
determine: and
was the longest day of L Co-Pilots Club Holds It's' always interesting to read 'or I' Notice ia hereby given that pursuant 3.' Transacting: such other busi-
ness as may before the
to call of the Board come ;
how model 'towns' or plantationsare Supervisors of .
the :year, and shortly after midnighttor see, meeting.BOARD ,
early Tuesday morning, the summer Election Of Officers ,operated, and up in Richmond I Clewlston meeting Drainage of the District landowners, the annual of-I I CL.EWISTON OF DRAINAGE SUPERVISORS DISTRICT.OF .,

'- solstice arrived. This marked I Hill, 'Georgia, where Henry Ford Clcwiston: Drainage District for the Dated Publish June June 2, 1943. / I II
t.be end of spring and the begin maintains a plantation the rear: 1943 will be held at the .office, of I June 25th. 1943.18th and
:5sg" of summer, though judging;I The Co-Pilots Club held election I tion itself sets an example 'Planta-I I t

from the hot weather summer came of officers recently and the new officers entire town profits by. Any : :.. ....,........... ........ .. ... ...... ... .. ....,... I
took charge at Wednesday's :: : : : : : : : : : : : : : :-:: ; : :-:-; : : : : : : : : : : : : : :":":":":":":..:..:..:..:.:;':..:..:;': :..:..)
in, six weeks ago. 'I I is impressed with the, neat, orderly "
Summer began officially at 3:13: meeting. Mrs. J. H. Hardin is the :II appearance of everything in its en-I :i: When it COI>>!!s'to ,EATS we are TOPS 'a.. .. -};

'a. m. EWT Tuesday. Sunrise wasat ; new president of the club; Mrs. H. virons.I All buildings, fences'nd .
D. Brazzell)), vice-president Mrs. W. THE CLEWISTON CAFE :f
6:30 a. m., and sunset 8.i6'p. ; houses are well kept: and at almost
m., giving? 13.8 hours of sunlight,, A. Archibald, secretary; Mrs. Robert every house is spacious garden to I f '
according to the U. S. Weather Bureau Westmoreland, treasurer, and Mrs. supply fresh and canned vegetables.Mr. .I :k:. has one of the best dining rooms In the Everglades; two large I i
Miami. Noel Willis,' social chairman. s fans change the air continually and make it comfortable -'
Ford's plantation consists of
; and -
:: cool.
At Wednesday's meeting' a kid : I
The sunlight period, which has
85000; acres of which 2,000 acres ,
:been that long since June 11, ,will[ party was planned to be' held on the are now devoted to the productionof :;2: We have the most competent cooks; the most experienced .

remain so until July ,1,. figured to evening of July lOth. badly needed food and feed crops I :: help; the most varieties of meats, sea foods, and home-made :X '
;the nearest tenth of an: hour.. : pastries.We > '"
and the rest is planted to timber under ,
The sun has been >(mo.ving steadily Non Residents Must i ::
proetction from forest fires.J. use no points, but fresh vegetables from r
northward through', tne but own garden.
; sky, I I a: '
who is in
F. of
Gregory, charge ::
hortly after midnight'7 .Monday, or Have Drivers'License1 the plantation, will conduct the visi I :;: Our Menu Runs in This l\Innnel'-l."uIl( Course Dinner:) '
:' ,
-early Tuesday morning', while it was .ta ,
tor modern sawmill :t: 1. Bowl, of freshly }.
through a soup, made, '
; II new variety daily. / +
still dark, it reached :Hs farthest .
: 2. Dish of salad ,
where every piece of lumber, from new variety daily. "
the''summer Non-residents of Florida who
point north. This is a
: ; 3. Your
3 feet up, is utilized, to the' village choice of ten varieties of meat or fish. .
:solstice, so' called because. the sun employed here must buy a state trash dump where ,men are engagedin :._: 4. Your choice of three of five varieties of, vegetables.? ,:,' -a}. '
apparently stands still in its course. driver's license under terms of an salvaging tin cans for the ; 5. A portion, of pudding, fruit dessert or ice cream.'P:
The particular period when the amendment to the law passed at the gov- :i:: 6. Coffee, hot tea, or iced tea. '>
ernment and glass containers to be
sun \ its travel recent session of the legislature. (I ; !
apparently ceases
:: Our have
I prices :
used in 'preserving foods. Last year I changed but very little from pre-war days. :
"northward and begins journeying Other amendments drop the t .
age a.a. '
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5,000 glass were salvaged '
:toward the south marks the of- limit, for, chauffeur's license from I! and filled with various fruits ; Give us a trial and convince yourself.CLEWISTON : ::: ,

,:licial beginning of summer for the a18 to 16 years, for special chauf and vegetables and used in the local I X '
northern hemisphere. Summer will feur's license from 21 to 18 years CAFE '
I school lunch program. Mr. Greg- :: :i:';
last until Sept. 23 when the fall and for school bus drivers from 21 I ;/
equinox takes place. to 17 years under certain restric- job ory to says it that is his the most small things important'are :!: _, Across the Highway from Sugar Office :

Outside of the fact that the long- tions. '- I taken care see of because he knows that :..:.:..:..:.:..:.:..:..:.:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:.:..: :..:..:..:.:":":":":":":":..:..:":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:":":..:..:..:..:

est day and the summer solstice' saw Motorists are also called uponto :any intelligent man appreciates the

unusually heavy rains, no ,one knew purchase their Federal stamp, I necessity of taking care of big == -
.the difference, or that the days were available: for, $5, at any postoffice. things.
particularly significant. : 1 1I I

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'permitted to return all unused = -
;stamps and receive a' refund onthem

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Mr. Miner will be in Clewiston

:Saturday, June 26th; in -Moore Ha-.

ven, Monday, June '28th; ,gin Okee- )-. .r P '70M'S'
chobee Tuesday, June 29th and in ;. ', ; ;S" < % W INVEfTMNT
Belle. Glade, Wednesday, June 30th.

A new tax 'of ,, 20 cents per gallon
'on all wine on hand goes into Affect
at the same time and in the same
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:nanner 'as the cigarette tax, and r f CO

Mr. Miner reminds all dealers in .::
'Wine 'that they should obtain their /

stamps for this purpose on ,'the dates
v* V'Mvyfit.i v.w> *.v -
SWI4'S just common sense **

May Get Reward From : UY *r" a refrain from buying,things
% needed in our War effort.
Mail Pick-Up Device % 8rD
Save.i and buy after our
] incomreguarY
... from
WEST PALM BEACH, June 23- j. \ \ Victory., open your savings
land ,. JV1 account here., today!
(FNS)-After: spending 15 years
considerable money perfecting a

mail pick-up device for use on airplanes -
b Buy War Bonds &
A. W. Card of West Palm ,Stamps

jBeach is at last beginning! to see

signs of a possible reward.

What renewed his hopes was the
recent -decision of the Civil Aeronautics iirniiI
Board in Washington to investigate m'U.

the entire matter of local w i I ; ,. n 0r
'feeder airline and- services as well 1. glq -

'as mail pickups.Card said that
1,600 communities have'filed ap-

plications for airmail pickup service S. TrUSl.a7
and: ,expressed belief that such ser- ,


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