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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 2, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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' { THE 'CLEWIS.TON NEWS



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: VOLUME 14---NUMBER 31 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1943 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR



'i. :GALA EVENTS WILL Few Cars .Have New !| KIWANIS ,I'' Suggs Is 'New ManagerOf [LABOR SHORTAGE IS

I Federal Use Stamp Standard Station

.1 CELEBRATE RIDDLE I 'STEWART FOR. I ACUTE GROWERS SAY

I I The most slow-moving commodity -f !I Gilbert Suggs has taken over the

, ,', FIELD'S 2ND YEAR office offered has been for sale the $5.00 In the federal local post use CREATING -D I S T I i operated Standard by Service Clayton Station Waters, ,formerly'and be.'' AT SUGAR HEARING

stamp required by: the U. S., govern- i .
-- I -
came manager this week. ,Mr. Watersis
The Second Anniversary celebration ment of all automobile owners on The Kiwanis Club at, its Absenteeism and high wage rates
'!. '. of'British Flying Training School and after July first. meeting Wednesday, leaving this week for army duty, are threatening the existence of the
"'\ number five will be celebrated with I Up to the deadline on July first I lutions commending having been accepted at Camp Florida sugar cane industry, Ever-

an_Independence Day week-end gala I only1 246 motorists had purchased, Elbert L. Stewart for' his' i Blanding last week. glades growers 'testified at a, hear-
events staged this Saturday night I! stamps for their cars'this year, according tive work in the recent Mr. Suggs is a mechanic and has ing called in Clewiston Wednesday

and Sunday by cadets and personnel I to Acting Postmaster Mrs.I the legislature, particularly !, worked in Clewiston for several by the War Food administration for
at the field.Saturday I Jewel L. Lawrence. Based on an introduction and passage the purpose of assisting in deter-
night, beginning at 8:30,I estimate the number of cars in the creating the sixth co years. He is planning to specializeat mination ,of wage rates for the
vicinity a supply of 1,000 stampswas the station in various services, I
there will be a dance in the Sugar- 1943-44 season.
land Park Recreation Center, in ordered and received by the local trict.The. meeting was, given rather than in sales of ,the restricted I Clarence R. Bitting, president of
gasoline and oils. ,He will give I
Clewiston, which will be the high post office.In hearing of committee ,ex- the U. S. Sugar Corporation, said
. light of the celebration, and will past years no particular effort an open forum discussion. pert service in tire'repair, greasing one of three things must happen, if
equal or' surpass-any such event ever has been made to enforce the law requiring The resolution as washing and polishing and will do climbing wage rates are not halted.,

I. staged in the Everglades. I motorists to affix these Kiwanians, follows: I minor tune-up jobs on automobile "Either the mainland sugar industry

Music' for the occasion will be "use"; stamps their ,cars, and many RESOLUTION motors. will be destroyed and we will
" .furnished by a 15-piece Army dance I motorists believe they will pass ,unnoticed WHEREAS, Honorable I The Standard station is conveni- be dependent;, upon off-shore areas,"

I' band from Miami. In connection even though they do not Stewart, Representative ently located 'on the highway near he pointed out, "or it will be necessary -

with the dance will be a cabaret I I'have the stamp.DELINQUENTS. dry County in the Florida the Clewiston Inn, to increase the price of sugar,

I .show: featuring Rajah Raboid, I ture sponsored the bill i or bonuses will have to be paid asI

i mental mystic, who has been appearing -, j Sixth Congressional District I the government is doing for the
' popularly in Miami at the Bali i LOSE t'I WHEREAS, The 'creation MEAT REGULATIONSON beet industry."

and Drum clubs this season. new District will result J. V. Fourmy, Fellsmere Sugar

". The dance is being planned and equitable representation Producers Association official, testified -
.- carried out by the ,,RAF cadets. TITLE TO' LAND IF, county and surrounding SLAUGHTERING that further wage' spurts would

Dress will be optional, refreshments was one of the I mean his company could operate
will be available and the admission of legislation passed by only in the red. The growers em-
': '.'- charge will be $3.00 per couple. CERTIFICATES SELL session of the 'Florida EXPLAINED BY AGENT phasized that labor shortage is their

The dance is for' the benefit of the most serious problem and calls fora

RAF. ;Benevolent Fund. I II I! andWHEREAS, The solution now, and that efficiency'
Open Field Sunday JACKSONVILLE, July 1-(FNSj) I\; District was accomplished Since there seems to exist a certain of available labor is greatly reduced

- ; ( Riddle Field will be the scene of'I I-Statutory mandate" that lists of!I"tiring efforts of Mr. I amount of confusion in the by unprecedented absenteeism.
,Open House Sunday and visitors will lands delinquent for 1940 taxes and'i face of much opposition minds of cattle-owners and farmersas "Our big trouble with labor is that

. be welcomed to enter the grounds at covered by 1941 tax certificates be I WHEREAS, Hon.. 'Elbert to federal restrictions and regu-I it won't work and is as successfully
any time during the day from 10 a. prepared immediately for absolute art has for many years lations on the handling of meat," sabotaging the 'war effort, in the

m. till 4 p. m. Cadets will be pro- sale of. the property through court I resented Hendry County in County Agent F. D. Yaun has furn-, Glades as John L. Lewis is in the

; vided as escorts to show visitors proceedings will be followed, it was I ida Legislature and has, ished the Democrat with an explanation North," Luther Jones of Belle Glade,

,over the grounds, and to point out decided at, the meeting of Florida's.I (Continued on Page of the federal set-up and the "said. He recommended that a single

various places of interest. I Circuit Court Clerks here Saturday.:!! ......------- Food 'Distribution Orders relative fo government agency be appointed, to
There will be an almost continu'ous The sale, provided under the 1943 the butchering and, selling of meats. I handle the labor problem exclusi-

program of sports events duringthe laws, will be a final sale and. give the i II Food Distributions orders require "
day. At 11 a. m. ,will be scheduled II purchaser an absolute title from the GRAHAM that record be made-and reported of vely.The sugar company today needs

tennis match and swimming, circuit court itself just as results I all sales or transfers of' live ,animals, 1,000 workers for "'cultivation work

events. At 2 o'clock there will be.1 from a :mortgage foreclosure. There STAND ON even though the sale is not for the during the summer. and will need

,:, a color-hoisting parade by the cadet I will be no period of redemption after purpose, of butchering at the time 4,000 workers in the fall, officials
group.. Softball and soccer events this sale. Sale or transfer' of all animals that said Other growers are -'also in

will be staged at 2:30 and will be I, Legal questions will be probed DISTRICT might be slaughtered at a\later date need of labor now.

1 followed by a' cricket, exhibition at.,4 while the lists are being made up must be recorded. Todd Smith of the solicitor's office -'
o'clock. -- for submission to the county com- Under control of the governmentare presided at the' 'meeting, with

,':..' 'The events will be concluded by missioners for court., action. Thelisisv Senator Ernest R. all meats classed' as beef, veal, the sugar branch of the War Food
,:-..i.3n: xh1bition'oiiorm..Uon11yhig.1;' b'y :,must be delivered-tq the commissioners ami, has written the mutton, lamb, ,and- pork., Jn Glades administration represent djiy Charles
.. a group pf advanced students after within 90 days: from the cerning his stand on. County permits to farm laughterers M. Nicholson, Earle T,"" MacHardyand

I the cricket match*. This will be at I date the 1941 'certificates 'become; fecting the Everglades and butcherers have m"ssued.Be ,Harry H. Simpson. "

'5 or 5:30 in the afternoon. years old-which means the job must trict, which came up before fore anyone can sell any meat he Among the others attending the

Wing Commander George ,Greaves,I be done immediately and expediti- session. -, must obtain a, permit to butcher the : hearing were Frank D, Yaun, county

i commanding officer at the field, ously. An article in the News,4)I'meat. A farmer who lives on his I t I agent, Glades County, Roy D.

,General Manager G. Willis Tyson and While the lists are being compiledby 10th, describing legislation own farm can butcher without obItaming Warnock, of Moore Haven" federal
Assistant Manager J. W. Durden 'a permit, live animals, raisedby 1inator
are the clerks and while the foreclosures ing this section was sugar Co-ol' M. U. Mounts,
co-operating to make the event one pending Senator's attention, and his him on the farm and butcheredfor Palm Beach County agent, H. L.
are ,any person may
'long to be remembered and join in purchase the certificates, but all city a description and his own family use., This is the Speer, of Canal Point, United States

: inviting the public to attend the taxes must be paid up and there are stand on the Everglades only possible !instance where a per- Employment Service, Dr. E. F. De-'

Open Field celebration Sunday and other penalties if action is not taken District situation. He mit is not necessary. If the farmer Busk, of Gainesville, in, charge of

; the dance on the preceding evening..I by the taxpayer prior to the expira- The Clewiston News, does not live, on the farm, he must, labor for agriculture extension service -
obtain the permit to butcher even
R. H. Howard field
I ,
tion of the two-year period, whichin Clewiston, Florida. representative -
'
to
f Special Base For i l some counties is July 7 and in Dear Sir: though the meat be butchered is i of the same service, Gainesville
for his, own family use. The permit
M. M. Parker, Farm Security
others Is August 4. I have: a clipping of your
Women's Reserve June 11th, and I would sets forth the amount that can be I Administration district official, and
Comptroller J. M. Lee and several
.: I a little additional butchered.. the following independent cane
At New River N.C. of the clerks urged that county of- All meat sold must be graded, and *
'. ,.. your remarks concerning growers: J. E. Beardsley, J. M.
ficials '
.
advertise in and
," ', "" i _____ newspapers glades. Drainage District. any who plan to slaughter or butcher Couse, R. E. Kurtz, J. E. Frierson,
by mail, advising delinquents of the I. an animal must obtain permissionfrom John Tiedke, Otto Larsen, W. S.
In 1941 the
.. ORLANDO.-(Special) -The when
enlisted -\ pitfalls ahead-pointing out that the department of agricultureto Bowdon and Harley Watson.
. personnel of the U. S. Marine "getting cash is the 'most' of the law was put into effect, do his own grading. He must also -

, '. Corps Women's Reserve starting I new laws and folks who are delinquent standing was that the ad stamp the number of his permit
, ,July 12th will be trained at a new, will be wise to go ahead and .levies were to be cut in every wholesale cut of meat sold, Leases Cancelled On

ly established special base locatedat pay up because' they will, lose their the increase in assessment. which means it must appear at least 170 Florida Hotels
New River, N. C., the women's\ property if they do not." I meeting of the Everglades 20 times on each carcass. I
tatives those proposing
training having been
camp moved
, When the is, sold underthe.
.
property I OPA regulations require that anyone -
from Hunter College, New York legislation attempted to Army action in canceling leaseson
.
new law it will carry a mer- butchering and selling meats I
City. levy at one mill.' Some of us 170 Florida hotels outlines the
chantable title without flaws: of any must collect rationing points as set
to to this and would
agree suddenness with which Florida serv-
The Lady Marines at the new kind and the who -
owner procrastinates by OPA, and these points are then
to the Everglades bill
ice industries be affected the
by
base will occupy a completely new will can
\ really lose out. Title insurance turned in to the local War Price and
levy was cut to one-half of a course of the war, the research division
camp, specially constructed for the -
companies have approvedthe Rationing Board at the end of each
the theory that the of the Florida State Chamber
newest section of the Corps. In ad- ,
procedure, the legislature was doubled. As month with a report of the butch-I
going to be Commerce said in its
dition the advanced specialists schools told, and from now on :when the yesterday
: matter of fact, the I business review. Advance
for women in the Marine, including erer.The weekly
county "takes over" title and sells '
t been raised times. meat control, locally, is under:
'. I four planning is if the'effects of
the necessary
quartermaster, noncommissioned j
: the land or anyone else buys it, after
f' 'War Meat
-
the supervision of committee
levy should be cut to a
r ;- officers, motor transport and air the court decree, the purchaser can I such changes are not. to be disastrous -
1 maintenance school, will be attached I a mill. composed of J. M. couse'I'I' the review stated.
title insurance
secure insuring a I
to I discussed, this with Mr. chairman, John C. Hall and Florida's already has
| the economy
> new base.
sound title for the first time in the I I
confusedby
Norton who is
and other members of the and anyone reached its highest point. While
The Marine Corps is still seeking history' of Florida tax sales. This
gation at the 'start of the the ,regulations or wishes any dollar barometers of business activ-
the enlistment of unlimited makes it for
, an necessary delinquent answered concerning his
They all unanimous for question
were \ ity may go higher because of inflation
number of women to serve in the enlisted I property owners to get busy im- '
For some' reason those in problem in regard 'to meat can consult an actual decline be .expected
ranks of the Corps. Women mediately and check with their. local the Everglades Drainage fl I any 'member of the_ "' committee within months. Cancellationof may
between the 20-36 officials. '
of
ages having
I always bring their bill in at I for proper explanation. army-hotel leases is a harbingerof
two years of high school and beingIn ..
of the session and --
we things to come, the commerce'
good physical condition, may con Stores Close Monday this for three times on Coffee Ration Period body said. .
tact Marine State Offices, Florida I I 'I
that it had to go through.
Bank Building, Orlando, for infor- Current prosperity or the state,
To Celebrate Fourth done Cut More for Public I'
the
mation and application papers. I same. thing was ; which raised_ 1942, income paymentsby
I what w"e can find out the more than. 28 per cent above
I of members of the
* the Coffee drinkers will be happy to 1941 (the national gain was 24 per
.Ladies Aid To Help Clewiston stores will join those in pervisors were against the I
(
'I other learn that starting today, the ration cent) is based on three factors: high
localities over the nation in
legislation and approved the '
/ will be one pound every three weeks farm prices, war production (prin-
Red Cross Tuesday, ,remaining closed .all day Monday, tive bill that was put, in by '
per' person, at least for the present. 'cipally shipbuilding), and the conversion -
July 5th, to observe IndependenceDay ators from the Everglades
'; : :: : Coupon number 24 expired yester- of the state's tourist plant
which
falls this '
on Sunday
.,: ::" 'The members of the Ladles Aid !I The main issues in this Ii Iii day, June 30, and,was valid 30 days.: to the service of the armed forces.

: :' .: Society plan to meet in the Red Cross year.The sugar office wiII'close Satur-!i to eliminate the general Coupon No. 21 will be good July 1 I I Withdrawal of substantial segments
I reduce the levy for forces the staleis
,' to July 21, a period of three weeks. of the armed from
,.. ", o' '" loom with the next Tuesday; afternoon ,to help I day instead of Monday to aid in re- costs from one-half of a mill \ Stamp No 22 will be valid between now within sight; shipbuilding B
making of surgical dress-
;'.' Ings. : lieving congestion over. the holiday I fourth of a mill; and to cut ',, 22 and August 11, at the same a very probable post-war casualty;
;., n week-end. This will enable employees 'torney's salary from five [I rate of one pound per, person. farm prices will undoubtedly decline
: -
The society does not'hold to leave Friday evening and
regular dollars to three thousand in
,,', : (I The office of price administration somewhat the post-war years.
: meetings during the summer months, I return Sunday evening.. Many ap-I year.. It might interest you )i,announced last week that coffee supplies -Preparation now'of detailed plans for
< but members decided to meet once that in the last two years indications I' and pre-post-war promotion -
: preciate the opportunity to spend a j: have jreacbed, normal with post-war even
each month to help 'surgIcal' 'dress day away when stores are open for tlons, from the best ? I I that imports will be suf- I of the tourist trade" and development -
work at the Red Cross I'
ing room. I have been able to get, ficient to maintain stocks at the of manufacturing and in

shopping.The been paid out for Everglades present level. OPA removed all re- dustry,\offers the only safe course, in
:Extract from the osage'. orange stores, banks and post office over ,sixty-one thousand strictions or limitations on roasters' preventing Florida's, becoming the
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treeIs 'used 'to teuuerize;; beet.'---: ;....,will observe'".the:holIdayMonday.: .. .((Continued. ....on, Page purchases of green coffee. first "post-war"' casualty, ,:_-":; '
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THEY WERE IMPROVED Gems of Thought
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-- UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL ,

;:- E E --- THERE is a courtesy of the
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<= XPENDABL SUNDAY heart; it is ,allied to love.

--;z- -M f LessonBy From it springs the purest
'7 / //.6ir:=
4' courtesy in the outward behavior -
WHITE 'r.'p" W.N.U.FEATURESTHE HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. ._ .Goethe.
DChR
Of The Moody Bible Institute : co.
STORY SO FAR: The story of "Well, she said, maybe she could full of carbon that we couldn't make (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) And he who Rives a child a treat

i their part in the battle for the Philippines change it for the sixteenth, if that much speed until the carbon was Makes Joy-bells ring in Heaven's

is being told by four of the five would be better for me. burned out.. street.
naval officers who are all that is left 'It wouldn't be any better,' I "As you know, we'd intended to Lesson for June 27 And Builds he palaces who gives in a child a home

of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 3. They make but I found Kingdom come.
said. 'Nothing would be any, bet- a good speed, my
are Lieut. John Bulkeley (now Lieutenant '. boat wouldn't quite do it. Pretty Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se -MASEFIELD.There .
ter. lected and
t by InternationalCouncil
Commander), squadron commander; sounded lagging fifty yards of Religious Education; used by can be but a single
'Well, she said, and she soon we were
Lieut. R. B. Kelly, second4n-command; ;permission. goal of education, and that-
and Ensigns Anthony Akers and GeorgeE. a little mad, 'what is this, any- behind, then,-after a while, two hun- I ; education to
courage.-Dr. Al-
Cox, Jr. Manila had fallen and our way?' dred. The Admiral didn't mentionthis JOHN'S COUNSEL TO CHRISTIANSLESSON fred Adler.

naval base at Cavite had been wiped 'I guess it's good-by, Peggy,' for some time. But' finally he

out, when the PT boats took their final I said. said: TEXT-II John 4-11; III John Knowledge is proud that she

crack at the Japs off Bataan. !March "Then there was a long silence, 'Don't you think we're gettinga 512. knows so much; Wisdom is
General MacArthur took a ride In GOLDEN TEXT-Beloved. 1 that in humble that
first and when she spoke again I almost little far apart? pray she knows so lit-
and knew all things thou mayest and be in
boats,
everyone
one of the prosper
something was up because the Philip thought it was someone else, her 'We'll close in gradually,' I said. health: even as thy soul prospereth.-in tle.-Bishop King.

pines couldn't hold out much longer. I voice was so changed. 'Where are And I tried to, but finally we wereso John 2.> -

Lieut. Kelly Is speaking. you going?' she asked, very low. far behind Bulkeley's flagship we

'Can you tell me?' couldn't see it with the.naked eye. Christians need guidance, especially ,
to in their home and church rela] D fA.T Sprinkle your heat rash
\ 'No, I said. "I sent a whispered message p Pq irritated skin well with
CHAPTER IX 'Can 'you' tell me if you're com- the engine room, ordering them to tionships. The apostle John, under TH formerly

ing back?' i disconnect the throttle, and to, push inspiration. of the Holy Spirit, Ii Al canHeat Powder. Cools

"On March 10 Bulkeley made his 'No,' I said. 'I can't tell you the carburetors up with their hands' wrote the two personal letters knownto I: burn as it soothes itching.

usual trip to see MacArthur; this that.' as far as they would go. We now us as ,II and III John. They

time he brought along all his plans 'Then I guess it's really good- had on 'every possible ounce of power abound in sound spiritual, practical Bombers"to India

,and charts for the trip. The General by,' she said, and her voice sounded but the Admiral still wasn't sat- advice. Note that these two words The army has started to fly

went over and approved them, and flat and a long'way off. 'But isfied. belong together, for'what is truly bombers to India, the first having
his
also ,told Admiral Rockwell and it's been awfully nice, hasn't it?' 'We're closing 'pretty slowly,' he spiritual cannot help but be tre- made the 11,748 mile trip in 67
chief of staff that they were going .
'Listen, Peggy, I've written youa complained. mendously practical and perfect for hours and 31: minutes.
along, which was the first they had letter-' only just then r heard "Privately, I doubted that\ve were the direction of thought and life.

known of the trip-they had thoughtwe the connection break. It seemed a closing at all, but I only said, 'No I. Set an Example Before Your i
China. There was
were going to couple of generals wanted to talk to use pushing, her too hard, sir." Children (II John 4-6).

also Jap an formation ominous bit was of reported newssomebig com- each other. It was quite a while '!"But about five minutes later we We may not like to admit it, but For ONLY 10/Now

before I it back again and,
got
really were closing. Bulkeley, no-
of Luzonin our children are largely what we ----
ing down the west coast ;: Less than
direction. If it was true, it they told me she had waited fifteen ticing we were pretty far behind, make them by their trainingorlack ,, ,

our minutes and had then gone.. I've had reduced his speed. But, with of it-in the home. Parents

could only be the convoy bringing ._...._..._ -_..._ ..:.... ._ _..... my throttle disconnected, I couldn't
General 'Yamashita and his rein- have the grave and at the same time

forcements. General MacArthur told reduce mine, and' it took me abouta precious responsibility of being what O.

Bulkeley we might be leaving very minute to get a message down they want their children to be. We

soon, and to come back the next there telling the engineers to take set the mold of their thinking and

their hands off the carburetor lev- acting, not only about material xnr1 J ,

day."That eleventh of ers and reconnect them with the things but and
would be the mentally spiritually a dose
:March. Bulkeley went over earlyin y controls on the bridge. During this which.,is far more important. ," Use only as directed.

the morning and returned to us at minute we not only gained on Bulke- Above all .we must teach them by

noon. He called in not only me' but ley's,boat, but overtook it and went precept and example to love God supremely -

the other officers, Akers, Cox, and roaring madly past. and to walk after His com- .

Schumacher, and for the first time "In the darkness I could see the mandments. Father, mother, have

i showed them copies of our secret or- Admiral had squared around and you done your duty? Are your chil-

ders and the charts he had worked was giving me a doubtful look. 1 dren "walking in truth" (v. 4)?

could tell he thought he riding Cut in Teams' Travel
for our route. He made the was
gout II. Be on Guard Against False
; with a madman and I decided he Each major league baseball
point that we should all keep to- ;; Teachers (II John 7-11).

gether, but .if one broke down, the would worry less if I told him the We are not 'to countenance false team will travel an average of

rest would go on, leaving it to make truth-that our maximum speed in only 8,600 miles this year insteadof
teaching even by entertaining such
its way the best it could." this boat was something under for- the usual 13,000 miles.To .
teachers, or having close fellowshipwith
"If the ty knots. Any Japanese destroyer
we met enemy, we were
them. To create the
to avoid them if possible. But if could easily make this maximum of impression
before the world and the Church
they gave chase and were gainingon ours, as the Admiral very well relieve distress of MONTHLY"
that they are "not so bad, by appearing -
knew. But all he said 'My
us so that an attack was nec- was
essary, the 41 boat,' in which he God!' very softly to himself."It as their friends, is to par- t"eakness
take.of their evil works (v. 11)). This a
would carry the General, his wife, happened that we were just
'is a.serious matter and which is
kw7M.t5--i one
and his son, would turn and run, ; passing an island. The Admiral
WHICH MAKES
a problem in the Church today. YOU CRANKY,NERVOUS! '
and my boat, since r was second in glanced over.
command, would lead the attack to 't 4F 'How far are we from shore, Such teachers may easily be recognized Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com-
.' They are aptly describedby pound has helped thousands to relIeve -
the others time to Kelly?
give
escape."The periodic pain, backache, headache
Dr. Douglass: "In all ages the< -
'"last he told 'About four miles, sir.' with weak,
thing us was nervous cranky,
Church has been those
plagued by
that we were leaving that very "Looks farther than that to me. blue feelings. due to functional
who want to substitute for
something This is
monthly.disturbances. due
night. He left us hard at work on Take a bow-and-beam bearing. '
purr* Christian faith, or to embroider to Its soothing effect on one of
last-minute preparations but would 'Aye, aye, sir, I said. But of WOMAN'S MOST'IMPORTANT OBGANS.
it with bright ideas of their own'con-
return soon toi complete his own. course I didn't: have any instru- Taken regularlY-Pinkham's Com-
ments. So, making the 45-degree ceiving. Such people may try to pound helps build up resistance
"We didn't tell the what we
men
,strip religion of its supernatural as- such
against annoying symptoms.
angle :with two fingers, ,I sighted
were up to or where we were leav- pect and reduce it to a merely rationalistic Follow label directions.Worth trying
along them to a point ahead. Whenwe
Lieutenant
continued
ing Corregidor, seekto
system. They
came just abeam of this point, may
Kelly, but they got their ordersto
ri. slyly loosen the moral standards
since we knew our own speed, it
that >
dump landing-force equip-
of the Church because their own lives.
(
,
ment to load all the would give us roughly our distance
spare parts on are deficient." Gather Your Scrap ; &
i from shore-very roughly. The Ad-
boats the crew's
move mess gear
III. Be Diligent in For-
Putting
"' miral noticed me sighting along my Throw It at Hitler!
back into the ship's galley, and pile vq lW' J ward True Teachers (III John 5-8).
the decks with drums of W fingers.
"And while gas. it 'Then I guess it's really good-by,' 'Don't you have a pelorus?' he The door which should be closed
we were doing ,
"
she said. against false teachers should be
said sharply.
who should walk in but Nat Floydof ,
,
,opened wide to those who are faith-
'No sir I said.
the New York Times the had ,
exactly always hoped what the generals
ful teachers of 'the truth. .
last in the world wanted 'HmmI.. suppose the flag-
guy we to to say to each other was important.
This refers
ship has better means?' primarily to the hospitality -
see. "Kelly's 34 boat was right on
of the home, and remindsus
!
'He's nice I said. 'No, sir, I said. 'They don't
a pretty guy, time, said Bulkeley. "We in the
of a grace which has been all but
'How in hell do ?
'Don't could take him you navigate
suppose we 41 boat picked up our passengersat
forgotten in these days of small
with us, do you?' Corregidor and met him and the 'By guess and by God, sir, I apartments.

'Well,' said Bulkeley. 'I've got other two boys at the turning light said.
Whether we are able to our
to go along now. But,if:Nat should just outside the mine field ,at seven 'My ''God! said the Admiral, open
homes to God's servants or not we
,
and this time he didn't
it
happen stow away in the lazaret, o'clock to the minute. We had twen- say so P

and we didn't find him until we were ty passengers ,in all in our four softly. 'I ,hope,' he added wistfully,- can show a Christian spirit of genu-
ine hospitality in helping to bring
out to why then the With in the 41 boat 'that we get there.
sea, story cer- boats. me were
them forward (v. 6)) in their work.
tainly wouldn't get out, would it?' General and Mrs. MacArthur, their "At four 'o'clock in the morning,
This may be done by gifts of money,
"And do you know,. that's just little boy, and his nurse and a few my engines suddenly stopped," recalled by kindness shown, in time of need,

what happened. But in the mean- generals: Kelly in the 34 boat had, Lieutenant Kelly. "I knew the by a real interest in their work, by ; irJ'rra

' time there were other things on my to start with, Admiral Rockwell, strainers were clogged with wax and recommending them 'to others who (

mind. Mostly it was how I was go- two colonels, and an army aviation rust, and 'it would take half an hourto wish to hear the truth.

to hold of When of the other boats clean them which I
ing get Peggy. There captain. one explainedto IV. Do Not Trust Proud, Self-

was no telephone at the hospital. later broke down, Kelly picked upa the Admiral, who was watch- Seeking Leadership (III John 9-11).

She'd said she would phone me few more generals. ing the other three boats disappearover '
A be orthodox and intensely
man -
sometime between six and seven I "But rank made no difference. the horizon. may
f loyal to the denomination,
o'clock-today about that date of ours I Washington had ordered MacArthurto '' 'What time will we get to the
and at the same, time be a wicked
the '
on fifteenth. bring out the most valuable rendezvous?
whose example is to be
I "But there was a lot of traffic his 'men, and so they were :alI specialists "I. made a fast mental calculation. man
shunned. No word is said againstthe
over the signal-corps field telephone, -there was even a staff ser- 'About 8:30: sir.' teaching of Diotrephes. He was

and she might..not get to use it 'until geant, who 'was a technician, along "Dawn, as we both knew, would not condemned for being careless

almost seven. And I was due with us, while thirty-odd generalswere come at seven, and with it-if the
about the affairs of the church, or
to pick up my passengers and be left behind on Bataan. mainland had seek that island signal unfaithful in his attendance and de-

gone forever by 6:30 tonight. And "We started out single file, my fire-Japanese planes,. lookingfor votion to its interest as he saw them. a
I'd never get to say how much I boat as flagship setting the pace us. >
The sin of Diotrephes was pride,
liked her and what a swell, brave for the other three. First we went x"There are thirty or forty islandsin '
desire to be the boss of the church,
kid she was, and goodby."So fifty miles straight out' to sea in the 'Cuyo group, and just before a"No. 1 man" in its affairs. Lacking

I sat down and tried to writeit the deepening twilight. We'd hopedto dawn we began to make out the

in a letter, which I could leave at get out unnoticed, but suddenlywe first ones-tiny mounds on the hori- the.true spirituality'whic4..always re- are getting a real taste
he opposed the
Corregidor on my way out, and saw a light glimmer and glow zon ahead and around u; The flagship sultsin humility, 'of "nature in the raw"on the in-
did
Not he refuse to
which she would get when she got 'on one of the Japanese islands.It had the only detailed chart of apostle. only sect-ridden battlefronts. But
receive him, but used on thanks FLIT and our other insecticides
pressure -
back from duty in the lines, and then was a signal fire-warning to the them; all I had was a largesizedmap to ;
others 'who were willing to be hos- ; the pests are ,gettingtheirs
at least would understand."I mainland that they'd seen us pass. of the Philippines, and on this too! Right in the neck

had Just finished it about 2:30 If they had seen it on Luzon, that the Cuyos looked like a cluster of pitable.V. Emulate the Life of the Man TBhe has found that these
army
! and put it in my pocket when they meant trouble for us-maybe bombers some forty-odd flyspecks. famous insect-killers blast
(III John 12). many
of Good Report
came paging me for a telephone call at dawn, maybe destroyers lateron "When the Admiral asked how In "heathen"pests.Just as they knock

i on that signal-corps phone. It was in the day. By eleven o'clock, the world we-without navigation in- A good man! No words of praise off many civilized insects at home.

Peggy-her duty hours had been we made out the outline of Apo Island struments or chart-expected to could possibly surpass such a testi- FLIT has the highest rating

changed, and she was afraid if she against the stars (there was make a proper landfall on the par- mony. The world is full of brilliant, established for household insecticides -

waited until seven to call I mightbe no moon) and checked our naviga- ticular flyspeck that we all had se- skilled, wealthy and prominent peo- by the National Bureau of

out on patrol, and she might tion, which we were doing entirely lected as rendezvous, I explainedwe ple, but there is an appalling dearthof Standards...the AA Rating. Why

miss me. She just wanted to tell by compass' and chart. MacArthurand had provided for that. good men and women. don't you fight your
she'd been able to fix' How refreshing to meet; and how pests with FLIT?-
me everything General Sutherland were "It was eight o'clock (no planesas
'for our date on the fifteenth, and pleased with the way it was going." yet) before we saw what we delightful to know, such a mansucha Buy a bottle-today!

was that date all right with "I can't that Admiral > woman. Like Demetrius, they
me, say Rock- thought might be the right one; as
could I make it? well was," said Kelly-"maybe be- we drew nearer, the Admiral agreed have not only the witness of the SLIT
'No I said. '''The Church, and of the truth, but also of
phone was on cause he knew more about the sea that the hills and cove were exactlylike "
the wall in the Philippine army than thegenerals did. I hadn't my sketch, but. when we en- "all men. But last week we said 4

shack, and the shack was crowded wanted to worry:him, so I hadn't tered the cove, it was empty. We the world hates real Christians. It

with soldiers-in addition to all the mentioned the fact that ours was circled the island-no sign of the does, but it also respects them, andis

j guys probably listening in on the the only one of the four boats whichhadn't .other three boats. forced to bear witness to their-

line. been overhauled, and was so (TO BE CONTINUED) reality and ijoodness.- ,
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1. What is the khamsin which I The'""" Answers certificate, more than a month cannot take time to do it safely. salted water, about one teaspoon ,

was mentioned so often in news 1. It is a hot African wind which ago," gushed Mrs. Gibblegabber."You of salt to a quart of water.

reports from Africa? fills the air with sand. don't say!" returned Mrs. A cushion or pad underneath a *

2. What country flies its flag up- 2. The Commonwealth of the Cackleclack. "What seems to be rug not only makes it feel softer Never, never put electrical appliances -
side down while at war? and will into water to clean them.A .
but also make
in
Philippines is the only country the trouble? warmer
of the numerical damp cloth and mild abrasiveare
3. What per cent
flies its national the last longer.
the world that "Well, before she took up First rug
strength of modern air armiesis sufficient in most cases. Guard
flag upside down while at war. Aid almost day her hus- *
in training planes? every wires against dampness.
3. Approximately 60 cent. So that will not
4. How do military experts rate per band came home from work witha they appear *
factors produc- 4. Seventy-five per cent rests on bruise, cut, or other kind of in- spotted, iron shantungs and pon- When drying a sweater or sweat
the two biggest ,
tion and supply, and battle, in win- production and supply and 25 per jury," informed Mrs. Gibblegabber gees dry. shirt, use a wire coat hanger and
ning this war? cent on battle. ; "but now that she has her bend the ends *almost together

5. What.is anchor Ice? 5. Ice formed at the bottom of a certificate, he hasn't suffered as Baked ham is glorified by pour-, while putting the garment on the

6. Before Henry J. Kaiser built body of water. much asa scratch, and she's 'convinced ing honey, over the ham before hanger or removing it. This pre-

ships, of what three great dams 6. Grand Coulee, Boulder and he's being careful on pur- browning. It gives a delicate vents stretching the neck of the

did he head the construction? Bo'nneville dams. pose!" brown color and a delicious flavor. garment.




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ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve show that angels are all women Penitents Still Wearing
with simple home treatment.
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healing, works the antiseptic way. Use She-That is perhaps true. It Tf look. Add lustre. Keep
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cleansing la good soap. Enjoy
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Black and White Skin Soap dally. making, is surviving the war. In
She (thoughtfully)-Why do so many '
still
remote convents, nuns are en-
rest their chins on their hands 'in
women Throw the Piano
Marine calleda t in the shirts for
When you hear a when they are thinking? gaged making
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Marine. The word for his favorite these days. days have nearly disappeared,
the
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actual sales records from serv- Neat Wall Pocket for instead. p/gIFOi14k

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there are Post Office restrictionson Ration Book, Letters the saints, but only in rare instances -

packages to overseas Armymen today do laymen adopt it. aharper Eenuso

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CUEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JULY .2,. 1945,
PAGE FOUR _

.:..:..:.:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:....................................;..............;..................-.'.-.................................e.......'..................................,.. port due to a letter in received fromI I bond rally. was the auctioning. of 2[; t t i :.
The Clewiston News .1 an RFC official and my opinion, ,pair of Nylon hose. '
'z' this letter was written without this f
..' TOCLASSIFY official having the true facts. He ,
.'. TOO LATE =1
Published every Friday In Clewiston, .z..z. ; was under the 'impression that the
Florida, by' the CLEWISTON NEWS, .t. rh' only way maintenance could be car- i.
inc. .!. additional ad
ried on was through '
..
..:. valorem taxes. As an actualfact, HOUSEWIVES >
BOWDEN Editor .. .z''z. :
KEATHLEY : .
.:. in the Everglades law passed in 1931 :
.:. :;: provision was made for a mainten-

..:'.. KAY :: ance tax and maintenance districts.,
RUSSELL ._
;:
.z. By intended that r
Entered as second class mail matter ..z.i'. I It was certainly never I --
February 1 1927 at the Pest Office In :. = the administration tax raised by ad
'FJorida, under the Act of Secretary Florida Press Association :_:
Clewiston, .:. .:. valorem taxes would be used for
!(March 3; 1897.Subscription I, ':' _ . ., .,,.,,.,..,,.,.,.,.,.....,, ...._. ............._.................... I GREASE IS AN ESSENTIAL f
I.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..................'...-.......-..........'..........u..7'.n..''.''. .,. . I I maintenance purposes. .

Hate $2.00 Per Year.Advertising About time the average' No matter how careful, experienced The District, according to MATERIAL :FOR .
the only how hardthey I mation given us, has on hand infor-I
or
and able they are
hears anything about the Clerkof
Untes On Application guy to dog their I seven thousand dollars
the Circuit Court is during an elec- try, they have red properly spent, would take, care of 'MUNITIONSCLEWISTOX
egal tape up ,
work in a mess of
all the fellows who are !
tion and then the administration expenses for two "
Devoted to the advancement and wel- their necks) and they don't any-
to
from him .
to take his job away
out years and there was no reason for <
Clewiston and Hendry County. themselveswith
fare of familiarize -
than \
to make believe he ,more '
best
try their you before another levying a tax'of over' one-quarter of MARKETSCAN :
is an incompetent no account so and one procedure a mill.
Uo.! -Then there is always the indignant legislature comes along and sets upa In the Drainage Committee of the NOW HANDLE
that
taxpayer who is continually whole new book of rules and I House those voting for the bill were
NATIONAL EDITORIAL! I they have to learn how. all YOUR SALVAGED '
writing letters to the paper, howling means Messrs. Peeples, Bronson, Kelly, t
/ASSOCIATIONM about the fees the clerk gets and over again. Graves, and Carlton. Those voting FATS !

., calling him a Court House'GremUn.All Maybe you know the Clerk of don't your,I against the bill were Messrs. Stewart -
maybe you
and
of which, I suppose, is proper Circuit Court Beck and Hendry..
I and according to Hoyle from the but if he's anything like the chaps
I 'Sincerely
II standpoint of good Democratic pro! I met at Jacksonville; last week you'llfind yours, DO YOUR PART
ERNEST R. GRAHAM.
I } him a pretty good guy and well ,
_week-end I :,
But this
past
....... :..:..:..:..: cedure. and my advice is::1 __ --cIII
worth
; spent several days milling around I knowing,
1 with Circuit Clerks at their recent that you take an afternoon off some Bolles School of Jacksonville .,will

RAMBLINGS : conference in Jacksonville and I I time and go down to the Court House operate throughout the summer.\
I acquainted. He'll
found them to be a mighty fine and really get Officials report a large summer session -

By .B. B. bunch of folks. I appreciate your'interest and when his\ enrollment,' with pupils representing -\ CLEWISTON REALTY

(..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:N., . I session Every they time revise we have"a lot a of legislative old laws you problems get to you'll know be and a lot understand more toler-1.I 12 states. and DEVELOPMENT

and pass a flock of new ones that' ant. One of our biggest troubles
Riddle Field will celebrate its I directly affect the duties of the. today is our indifference to govern- The most appealing event, .as fart. CORPORATION

Second Anniversary this weekendand Clerks and the boys have to get to- ment. The more interest we take In as the ladies were concerned, in
from all indications it will be a gether and try and figure out what those who serve' us the better service connection with Winter Haven's war\

real celebration. the laws mean and how they shouldbe we'll get-and that goes for not only
Lots of folks have wondered why applied. our Clerks but 'our Commissioners,

the celebration is held in July when This last session they passed a Judges, Sheriffs and all. the rest. \ i

the field wasn't opened till September humdinger revising, the 1941 tax I II

Well, Riddle Field began laws. The darn thing is longer thana Graham Clarifies: AMERICAN HEROESBY
training its first class of cadets in bad dream and is so gummed up 1 I I
July at Carlstrom Field, in Arcadia,
with legal language-whereases, ifs, LEFF
because the local field couldn't be I Iattorney's
buts and howcomes.--that even the (Continued from page 1)
at the time the new cadets had
ready { tongue-tied tryin' to explain
lawyers got fees and xpenses. In my

to best begin they training.could in Arcadia They did crowdedin \ the I it.What. opinion, this will run closer to j l/t/ :1j1P:7 { !

the lawmakers had in mind I seventy thousand' dollars when all -"
with the, other' lads, and then I -
was a law.with teeth enough in it to i of' these costs, are put in. *
came to Clewiston, moving in
put the well known bee on the delinquent -
Senator Shands informed that \4
amongst the carpenters and painters, I me
and walking between drag-lines,l taxpayer ,and make him up to date they have never been ableto kVtr.'s>'1 \\ ,

tractors, ,etc. Ah, those first cadets either pay up or lose his property,I get these figures. This information \\"J '

will never forget the early days at but the procedure involved'requires was given to me by Messrs. Ten- P4.1tiJ the Clerk to do so much checkin' lt J
nant McDaniels and Lyons. Personally .
Riddle Field, and they would hardly &ft _-
recognize the place now. I and double checkin', searchin' andresearchin' I think-it is about time that '..
informin' and notifyin of those in'control of the Everglades -
You'll all '''get a chance to see it some
that it made'you dizzy tryin' to dopeit a
Drainage District their .
Sunday and if you haven't been out get .
recently you should really take advantage all out. I feet on the ground and. quit, spending .4 J :. t

of the opportunity. No pass For, two' days the fellows sat money.' I expect' to call togethersome

is required.' "-It's Open House from around: a sweltering hot conferenceroom of the land owners in the -..,.,..-
ten in the morning till four in the taking"up the law section by Glades and discuss this matter with

afternoon and visitors may'enter dur- section and paragraph by paragraphin them and then take this matter up -
ing these hours. an effort to familiarize them- with the Governor' and the Attorney- ..:?"-"
'If--- selves with it sufficiently to explainit General to see if there is any chance
to the folks back home and per- to get some of this money returnedor I t
The cadets have been putting forth
form their, duty.to both the State curb the spending from now on.I .
.
their best efforts to plan a real celebration .
and the Taxpayer .in accordance 'with want to call to your attention
for the occasion and 'the I
dance Saturday night at Sugarland its terms. that these bilis..p. ssed unanimouslyin ..... "
Recreation Center Now a "Bill entitled an Act"'is one the Senate and came out of the
their planning. is the result of I thing and a sure enough nofoolin'LAW House Drainage Committee, with 3.1 Although<< wounded by a ]ap', ,vicious hooked bayonet in'hllll-to-

is something else again, and .favorable report but for some rea- hand combat on Guadalcanal, Marine Pfc. Harold Pazofsky'of Brook
They have a grand 'orchestrafifteen while a flock of super legal minds son these bills were referred to the lyn, N. Y., finally succeeded in cutting his opponent down with hii
: pieces, an Army dance band I their lives. How much
can concoct a BILL, neither thE'Ynor Finance and Taxation Committee in machete. Our boys are willing to spend more
from Miami. afford lend increasing Payroll Savings allotment?
to by
can your
you
anybody else really know whether the House, something I never heardof -
They hoped also to have the Duke er will work, or not until they try before, and we had no chance to Take a pencil and figure it out.

and 'Duchess, but the Duke and to enforce it and the matter goes to I appear before, this committee.. This

Duchess found duty calling them in I the Supreme Court for a decision. committee gave an unfavorable re- U S. Trtasury DtfarlinentTHE
Bahama and they were not able to Lawmakers during a legislative I I ,-
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accept the invitation' to be present. session spend days and weeks arguin'

Not competing with the Duke and over a bill, amending' and revisingit i

Duchess, but scheduled to take 'a only to have the Supreme Court f ,

prominent part at the dance Is Rajah throw the darn thing in ,the ashcanin OLD
Raboid a mental mystic who has the back alley a few months later.

been' one or"the most popular ,entertainers Like a lot of other folks, I always \
in Miami this season. He's 'had a kind of crazy idea that I 4- : '

from the Bali and Drum clubs, anda Court, Clerks had a pretty soft job I \\
real treat is'In store for you at the but after sittin' in on this 2-dayj ::-

dance Saturday night. The Rajah conference I've decided they really "'" .
'
will be the feature of a cabaret work for a living and no foolin'I I I '.
show. I ? .
If the admission price of three dol- i V .. -

lars per couple is more than' you are I this labor to employers who have :

accustomed to paying, remember the\contracts for it. The federal ex- .

dance will be more 'than you are ac- tension service has charge of the

customed to getting. Not only that inter-state assignment of this labor.It .

it's your first opportunity to, help sounds like a proper division of JUDGE'X
the RAF Benevolent Fund along. So duties, but sometimes plans that

make the most of it. -- make a beautiful blue-print on pa-
.
per, do not work out ,well in actual

Another sugar hearing occurred in practice. The result is there is still

Clewiston this week and was a little a tremendously, acute, shortage of
bit different in 'the way of sugar labor. ,

hearings. in former years the cane *

growers, including the sugar corporation And speaking of 'labor and speak- > '

have been quite concerned ing of the Duke, too. He did visit --.:,,'',-, ......\
with the wages fixed by the depart- I the migratory camps in which the J ,, '
ment to be paid to field labor. This Bahama negroes ,were housed. But '

year they are not a' bit concerned in his entourage there wasn't .a

with the wages they must pay, but single servant to be dropped off '*
only with ;whether they have any along the way. .* -

workers to pay the wages to or not. ms f C .

It's the same story as you have If :you've a vacation and no gasoline -. IC ; 'OJ?! -
;
with your own labor problems only coupons and a desire to save i

multiplied a thousand fold' and the I travel accommodations for the .servicemen 1 I

already scant supply of sugar in the listen to the experiences I .
nation ,%: !
depends largely on the out- I lof our friend Rufe Daughtrey, staff -- "- ,'- -. 1
come. No business can be operated writer of the :
News-Press
without labor; no crops can be pro-I wife. They wanted to: go and to Lakeland his- I "Yes, I'm afraid there's no denyin' it, Judge far more...it must provide the base for such ".....
'
duced without labor, and it is an I 114 miles away on their va- ...jeeps and trucks and other kinds of motor- indispensable products as,synthetic rubber,

ever-increasing problem to obtain-and /cation. No gas, 'so they set out ors ized equipment have taken the place of the shatterproof glass, lacquers, plastics and
keep labor of any sort.' their bicycles. They reached Lake- good old horse in modem warfare.:" many'other of our requirements so essentialto .

The problem of agriculture labor land OK. When they started home, "It's true of lots of things in this war, victory. .
3s now the'problem child of at least they made it to Tampa the first Eben. Every;day we hear of new tactics and "As a result hundreds of millions of gal-

three agencies,-all of whom are night 'Next day they bucked a head f quirements.andnew uses of products? For ions are required every year..half of which

working on the problem at some I wind 50 miles to Bradenton, the last (Instance( take the alcohol that is used for ,1 .Js being produced by the beverage distilling
angle, (or is it tangle?) The. Farm I ten miles of which 1 didn't know that Eben:
Security Administration they pedaled In (war purposes. In World War 1, this vitally industry. Bet you I'
is assigned the rain. Then they boarded bus of fact I didn't, Judge.That's .
the task of a needed product was used mostly in making "As a matter ,
recruiting labor in off-]at Bradenton and sent the bikes contributionthat
shore areas, importing home smokeless powder, chemical warfare material a mighty important war
it to this by express. Rufe "
country and housing it. Then the I who wrote travels with says a "the donkey fellow had and medical supplies. Today it must do had escaped me completely. '. j;" i, ,

state agriculture extension service the right idea. Wonderful animal,

bas been assigned the duty of stepping -'the donkey. You don't, have to pedal .
11THE
IndtattUt,
into the picture and assigning:him" p C..<".wa tffAJtfMit ** < ]


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:THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE
i FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1943

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Mr. and :Mrs. C. L.' McLendon and I . ., . .__ I went through: the mill there'recent-' will receive the book within the next.,
NON N NON M N N
:0 I : : N:M:N. N N:N:N '
: son, Lamar, left Wednesday for a' ININIMININ NININIMINI; 1 1. 1 1. 1 1 ly have been, assigned to other,camps few'days.; .

I vacation trip. They are visiting'relatives I and are now hard a tit.- Those who missed the deadline for
Personals Atlanta and then will .
[ J in I filing application earlier may newman
:
return' to West Palm Beach and Key With' Jimmy: .Hall is in :Fort Riley, Kan- in the required form to the::

I West for a few days. .. sas. Dan Beardsley is in' Fort OPA and book: 3 will be sent!

Bragg, North Carolina. Bob Beards- :More: than 1,250,000 boots,.
', Dillon visitor j Lieutenant and Mrs. Haskell O. ley, who graduated and will be sent "
;: Hall of LaBelle was a weighing 20 tons, have been pr .--
in Clewiston Saturday.; i Upshaw have recently moved to Our Boysin to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, on July 8\\.pared for mailing in Florida by
,, Clewiston from Fort Mvers.. Their '
. ., -- is enjoying these few weeks. at prisoners of the state penitentary at
: ; Miss: Mizelle spent ,the home is in Carrollton- Ga.: Lieutenant -' home. Raiford- who volunteered
rf" : : l\Iargue.rite. I t \ for the
Haskell is stationed at Riddle
",: week-end in Miami. '' I 1 theService Also at 'home'awaiting call is Dick! job, according to OPA officials. .

l'"', ; \. Field. __ I II t 'Owen- who has enlisted and been I!

I':, -'. Mrs Hulbeit Hall was a visitor iii It.1'fl ,ff- accepted into the V-12 group of the) "

f. LaBelle Wednesday. :j Mrs D. W. Clark and children, \ f/ ,Navy. Dick passed his recent physical FOR RENT Furnished
. ; Lucille arrived from
.... Danny and have tjJ I and other examinations at '>
i island of Bermuda, where'the ", \
" :' Mrs. Blanche Bronson of Tampa, | the I JT 11.1 I !\ Blanding and Jacksonville,. and expects H. C
, have'resided for the past 18 months ; apartment. ,
spent a few days; in Clewiston' this I ....: -: ,to leave, soon Bill Owen, who, I
and :Mrs. Clark's parents, I
are visiting -
week. has been .in the Naval Reserve, during Jones. Phone 19.

.-' !I'Mr. and .Mrs. C. M. Allen ..' .' ....' .'.. .. .: ... .,..,. most of his Tulane days, it seems,I

-; Miss Mary McLaughlin' will leave i MJust : transferred 'into the- Navy July 1st
I Mrs/Horace A .Bestor and Mrs.. J, I
; M. Francis left Tuesday, for a visit as college campuses have FOR
', Gainesville' and his group continue their RENT-Furnished
in
nothe'
)
H I these and
I' with relatives in St. 'pauC 'Minnesota. changed appearance days
work, at the University, along with I
I'J. Mrs. Bestor'ff son, Major Richard J. resemble] an army camp more than '
f; '"; Miss :Mary Neeley, of Lake Worth the Naval Training, and the class will be house H. C. Jones..
: Bestor, of Camp Adair, Oregon; is anything else, so news of college .
'.7 spent Sunday here as the guest of expected to meet them in St. Paul crowd has changed. Now it isn't graduated months ahead' of time. Phone 19. -

, friends.. for a visit. vacations for these folks It's Jobsor Bob Patterson is in Fort Sill, Okla-j

.-- summer school for the girls, and homa, and Dick Patterson was re-'[ r--, ,-.r.n n rw, ._-,-_ u-u-VJ-UTjTJ----------_ ..., .?.. .,,
:':''.::' .' Mrs. Melvin Pape, accompanied by Dr. W. O. Rigby left ;yesterday' f.oj the armed services for the boys., cently accepted for service and is now
\ ,:. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hilliard of La- in the regular Bill Davis,
spend a two'weeks' vacation at his After waiting very impatiently in army. FOR SALE-One' fresh

;,<",(: I Belle, spent Saturday in-Fort Myers.Mr. home in Miami 'Dr. D. C. Thompson Camp Blanding, which the boys; never' who left school before the close of

t:, '_"' I of Canal Point is located in like, because of the inactivity on, the term to go into military service' Jersey cow and heifer
','"< _< and Mrs. B. H. Buxton have is ,at the Marine
training ,
Clewiston at the hospital to assist in. their: part while there, those who camp
'::,: returned from a' week's vacation,I caring for Dr. Rigby's patients during Parris Island, South Carolina.' i calf. 12000. Inquireat
'which they spent in Miami. |
!;;...' his absence. Barneyrs Service Sta-.
; and Mrs. Clarence' J. Nielsen. Mrs. Home on le'ave from Fort Hamilton -1

':. ; Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Conkling and Miss Florence Graham, who spent) Wilson served tuna fish ,salad: waf- New York, last week was Sam tion. 1
/ visitors Saturday tp.
".J Mrs. C. W. Fuller, were
Jacksonville with her' ers and iced tea. Lang who '
in
a month my was accompanied by
: afternoon in1'West.Palm Beach.
.
;; parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'J. J.:Graham, I 1 his wife. They were delighted to h
-
, f', --- returned to Clewiston Sunday. She YOUNG WOMEN TO MEET have several days in Clewiston after
C. V. Parkinson is spending a few
was accoJ1)i)anied by her sister,. Sally, I months in the north. .'J
'.,: ,weeks on vacation: in Waynesville, and the"two girls are spending this Young Women's organization of EXPERT SEWING MACHINE
>';: North Carolina.
, week together in Canal Point with the Clewiston Community Church I Robert Lee Yoemans, Jr., who ,SERVICE _
:,;': '. another sister, Mrs. William Johnson will meet Monday night at the home joined
the
Navy recently, left Tues-
:'! Ann Slonaker left Saturday for a -
;
:. and family. of Mrs John Kettl, with Mrs. Kettl Parts for All Makes.
Y:;:". ; two weeks' visit with relatives in day for Jacksonville. He had_ movedto
-
Markette
and M 's. T. E. hostesses. LaBelle before ,volunteering for Work Guaranteed '

".''ors. .. ": Plant City. .1 1 II Mr. and 'Mrs. R. 'H: Brinton are the Navy and Mrs Yoemans (the' Free Estimate !'

parents of a baby boy, who was born I GARDEN CLUB SPONSORS former Lillie Mae will
Billups
F )
few remain -
H. C. Avant is ,spending a '
:/ Box 11 Belle Glade Fla.
CADET CLUB THIS WEEK ,
6
June 19th The baby. weighed ,in LaBelle
and in Hernando
: ,
[ '.' ,: weeks, with relatives in Walterboro, I
,". South Carolina. pounds, 6 ounces' and has been'named I'with her parents, Mr..' and Mrs. F. E.
,/,::: :' R.- H. Brinton, 3rd. Mr. Members of the Clewiston Garden : Billups., "

( : Brinton is advanced instructor of/Club were sponsors at the' Cadet
> Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox returned
', flying at Riddle Field and his father'I Club the week ending today.
,
>r Sunday: from a two weeks' stay in I IQ I during Pratt Publishes 7th
>
I is, general manager of Carlstrom Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw and Mrs W. J. M. COUSE
and Inverness. '
Q Tampa I If Field, Arcadia. I L. .Lott were in charge of arrange
.
: Story About FloridaLAKE Counselor and Attorney at Law
'
:,": '.' Miss Marcia Avant is planning to i I I II ments. Hopkins Building

?::, ,.' spend the holiday week-end in Seb- Mrs. Campbell E., Nail l" 'who left Those assisting with the work of .

{),' ring with Mr. and Mrs. Jones Bryan last week with her husband as he I baking 'cakes and serving at the club WORTH, July 1-(FNS)- Wednesdays and Saturdays.

I entered the Navy;, returned the first during the week were Mrs.. A. O. Theodore Pratt author and journ-| 9:80 to 4:00'

::l-r\. ",, ':., ,Mrs. W. L. Lott returned Wednesday of the week 'from a visit with her Ward, Mrs. E. O. Ward, Mrs. E. W. alist whose books and feature ar-

"'::: from a stay of several days in j;I parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Munroe I Durst, Mrs. W. D. King; Mrs. H. ticles have given this state. nation- ,

:;\" ..:!' West Palm Beach. in Madison.. Mrs.,. Nail has 'accepted, Hall, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs. R'I wide publicity, has ''just publishedhis Iv

' : a position inthe local post office. W. Perry, Mrs. G. B. Thomas,
. : ---- seventh story about Florida, "The ,
. Mr. and 'Mrs. G. -H. Brown and Mrs. Munroe accompanied her daughter P. M. McIntyre, Misses Barefoot Mailman," which came Johnson's Fish

(,.\::..'.:. Children are spending this week in and is ,remaining for a visit. I Moore, Barbara Morrison Runelle from the press this month. CampNear i

S':', ,' Kissimmee and Eustis. Florid ?, I McGehee and Renee "Wethinglon. The action of this interesting ( Hurricane 'Gate)
., ; : 'r.a\\fAH. )McLENDON IS, I Clewiston, Fla.
, :II- ". -- novel takes' place along the south
:''...; W. J. Robinson i', :who is employed HOST AT BIRTHDAY PARTY BAPTIST INTERMEDIATES HAVE east coast of Florida, between Palm I Boats and Motors-Guide Service 'I i

:;:.::' ; by ,the A.C.L. railroad and has been ; I SOCIAL MEETING MONDAYMrs. Beach and Miami, ,in the eighties., At I Rates Reasonable j

;., r, in, Virginia, is spending his vacation Lamar McLendon's third birthday that time there were no roads and W. H. Johnson,_ Mgr. j

>: ./ here with Mrs, Robinson was celebrated Tuesday with a party 'I M. A. 'Thomas, leader of theIntermediate the mail was transported along the I'
'
., I given' at his home by his mother,
c. Baptist Training Union) beach by a mailman who walked
', Mrs. C. L. McLendon.A '
;; : Emma Jane Ezelle returned yesterday I entertained the group Monday night ,barefoot covering the 60-mile stretchin I

-:r:(;:" >, from Tampa where she spent color scheme' of yellow, j with 'a social following the business three days. To ,get the feel of it, RENTAL HOUSESof

c:;; two weeks with relatives following I green, blue and pink was used for meeting held at her home. Games Pratt himself made the same hike)

, !\ ''r a visit to Graceville.' I the party and refreshments. of cake, I were enjoyed ,and refreshments serv-, but it took him five days and nearly Mrs. Viola Stone's Estate are

,;. .'..:" ice cream and pink lemonade were[ ed to the following 'members.I', killed him. in charge of' Mrs. Jewel Hooker.

'i?\.::..:.' Mr. and Mrs Sam Lang were visitors served by the hostess.. Each child j Virginia Turner, June Dunaway. Every Floridian should read this Two now vacant.

'l"!,,, in Clewiston for, several day .1 ,vas given, a package ,of chewing I Junior Martinez, Mamie Trice, Med-'I amusing and interesting book. SEE MRS. HOOKER

.::.: ::, ', Sam is stationed at. Fort Hamilton. I gum as a favor. ford Dunaway, Jacqueline Bledsoe, i concerning them.

p.:)';;:; ,',- New York. Guests included Bonnie Faye: Dur-I Buddy Trice, Geraldine Barton, John War Ration Book No. 3

; ;-1".. .: rence, Billie Sue Crow, Boyd Vor- Barton, Randall Chastain and Mrs. ,.
H.'.:; Mr. and Mrs.J, ., Rodgers and children bees, Harriet Magill, Jennings Ezelle, Chastain.CLEAVISTON. I 'MailA -

:;,;.- ,. who have been in Miami for 'Allen Lingham, Mary Catherine and II I I Coming Through

[( ;:,:. a, few; months, returned to Clewiston '''Judy; Francis, Elizabeth, John'Audrey and COMMUNITY

f a' '-\' Wednesday.. I DeValcourt, Edna Lee and CHURCH I I large number of citizens have Florist AgencyFlowers

" Elissa Mueller Sharon Crochet, Jim-
: delivered here at no
received Ration Book No
;\ '..: Mrs. E. W. Durst and Mrs. E. 0.1[ mie Waters, Martha Davis, Jane Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Dr. C. not yet extra cost. Other towns, any,
': ,which. sent the,
3 is being through
to'
i.] .Ward are leaving this afternoon Lee, Christine Hutson, Martha Hare, E. Gericke, superintendent. 1' where in U. S. add only cost of

- ;, spend- a ,few days with relatives. in Karl and Eric Larsen, Ann'' Driggers, I Morning Service,. 11 a. m. mails. They are not coming througi1alphabetically telegram, ranging from 20 to

'V ;' Miami. .. Larry Tyson, Roy Bartz, Glenda I Dr. Edwin N. Kline, of Tampa, so it is not 'known 55 cents. '

,'.. Sue Etherton, Margaret Cato, Ray- will preach at the morning services what system is being followed" mj MRS. SARAH FOUNTAIN

< ,:. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Houghton' and mond and Delores Yon,. Georgia, Sunday All are cordially invited. I the mailing. j Western Union Office

i'-:.,' Mrs. Myrtle E., Houghton of Lake' : John and Bobby Weetman,' Ronnie It is most certain that everyone

Worth were guests' of Mrs. Ruth B. and Janet Wylie and Jackie Morris. FIRST. BAPTIST CHURCH I who filled in the application n card, Day Phone 8? Night 2791

: :'.:,,, Owens Sunday. Mrs., Myrtle Hough- H. C. Meador; Pastor 11 filled it in properly, have already or I.
'
!' :, ton is'a sister-in-law of Mrs. Owens. MRS KING IS HOSTESS AT ...

QUI'/-13IXG0 PARTY \. "'Veare- ot sent to battle 'for) i
Mrs., H. B., Magill and daughters "'s I
-:. I .--- God,' but Jto be used by God in His r
-',.Janice and Harriet, have returned I ,
Mrs. W D. King entertained at her battles."
from a visit with relatives, in Fort I J
?' / 'I I
: home Saturday evening with a quiz Sunday School-9:45 a. m.
,"J Mead. '
"::.. _" party. Prizes; in the quiz contests I Morning Woiship-11:00: a. m. Service

r'' 'I Ir were won by Mrs/A. P. Brink, Mis. r Training Union-7:15 p. m. Standard
:fit'' :r. r.- and Mrs. Ben Bolton and : '
F, Deane Duff and Mis. J. W. Ezelle. Evening Worship--8:30 p. m.
children, Ben and Jerry, have re'Y' '
Several games of bingo were play-i i Our quarterly church; business
. turned from a short visit, with re a-I ed after the quizes. The hostess meeting will be held immediately
tives in' Dawson, Georgia (I I. '
served, fresh fruit salad, wafers ,and following the evening service Sun-j
.
I :
coffee' to Mis. Brink, Mrs. Duff, Mrs. II day It should not be necessary to, Stationunder
" '>' A. C. Lyons is recuperating froman
." Ezelle, Mrs ,Carl Johnson, Mrs W. remind the church membership of its| ,
,
: .
appendectomy performed: recently '
C. Owen, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. J. importance. It will 'concern every;
'' in i
:. the Lee, Memorial Hospital in
l Fred Morrison, Mrs. E. L.; Stewart member of the church. I

Fort Myers. and Mrs. Gene Powers The Ruth Bible Class meeting will rl
I
'
be held Monday evening. Time and : .
: "
:+ Mrs. Walter G. Webb and baby of ACTIVITIES management
BRIDGE CLUB place to be announced Sunday.
:,.' I
Bradenton, who have been visiting
1 and this ,
On Tuesday Thursday of
: '
: :;'' Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thompson, returned ;
. Mrs. Curtis entertained week will meet'at : .
: ; Thompson the adults a place of .
to their home the first of the. I : ,
members of her bridge club at her to be announced later for the pur- 'c. .
week.
.
home Tuesday evening. First prize I pose of studying methods of service. .

was won by Mrs. George E. Crow, Now is your time to learn what yon .
Thomas B. Owens of Tampa spent
. ;. Sunday second by ,Mrs Foy Durrence and I can do to be 'of service. GILBERT SUGGS
here with his mother, Mrs.
. (/ Ruth low by "Mrs. Joe M. Hall. Our mid-week service is increasingly -
B. Owens: His wife and two
J Refreshments of. fresh peach ice i interesting. Paul's letter to
sons, Tommy and Jimmy, returned
with him cream and individual cakes -were I the Romans is the topic of study and
after a weeks' visit here .
served by the hostess. Playing were has been timely. '
I most Specializing in tire repair, washing, greasing j
,- Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. R. M I Choir practice immediately after, .

:E. Beardsley and sons, Bob and Hare, Jr, Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. : prayer service. Our choir is con- .

" Bruce, were Edward Lang of Gainesville -, Joe M. Hall, Mrs. George ,E. Crow, tributing much to our church services minor tune-up jobs. .. ,'

.-, and Elizabeth and Gladys Mrs.. Foy Durrence and the hostess. | and this is appreciated. ,

Pippin of Sanford, who returned to i! The young people ,of the churchare -'
their homes Tuesday. Mrs. R. C. Wilson entertained her cordially invited to attend theeemimonthlv I
Our Specialty
t bridge club Wednesday afternoon. social at .the home of I Good Service

Mrs. R. E. Nix and children, Mrs. F. E. Conkling won first prize Mrs. R. L. Marshall\ near the school ):.

I Teresa May and Norris, of Okee- and Mrs. W. C. Owen second prize building Friday evening An even- .

sl .. chobee, are spending this week here Mrs. R. M. Bishop was a 'guest and ing of clean, wholesome'fun is in the i US A TRIAL '

visiting her sister, Mrs. M. C. Doke. members present were Mrs. F. D. making.: You will regret it if you GIVE '

, They will return' to, Okeechobee Sun- Duff, Mrs. Conkling, Mrs. Owen, Mr. fail to be present. Time 8:30. Come

day. ,_ ,J., .E., Beardsley, Mrs. Otto Larsen. .I and bring your friends.




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THE- CHEERFUL CHERUB
NEWS ,ANALYSIS
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Chinese Army Steps Up -, ; GQU pOR Mosquitoes outside buzz

my 5cree.n ;

Pantelleria. Victory Prepares W EA ON The.yJ nt to get I

Allied Sweep of Entire ; KKUSen Ic to me I know.

Washington, D. C. Private Papers The poor things

Farm Implement Output Will TIP Of ,a Cub Reporter: be. starving too-may

phase of Winston Drew Middleton of AP, Wm. H.
(EDITOR'S NOTE: When opinions are expressed In these conversations here has Stoneman, John MacVane, Chas. It .seems ,z. shame
Newspaper Union's news analysts and not necessarily He volunteered
Western Union. out. Collingwood and some other Amer- to- tes.se "
Released by Western Newspaper advice the make- 1\t'\ {
___ _._w .._p ,._ ar on ican reporters and commentatorsrate
U. S. delegation' to the medals for their reporting of them 50. e

the political embroglios in North Africa c\\c!,
o a closed-door session despitethe; heavy army and

and house foreign rela- State Department pressure to stop CA"I

he was reminded them The political censorshipwas I

Wilson had given lifted early in Januarybutsince WNU Features.
to the makeup of the then
pressure has been appliedto
his efforts to enroll get the boys to layoff the
States in a League of explosive situation created by our

not have been such policy What is not widely CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

known is that Columbia Broadcasting -
'
at first tactfully side- was pressured to shut up Col-

explaining he lingwood and that Harry Butcher,

to stick his nose in an ex-fixer'for Columbia ,.Broadcasting .
However, he final- WANTED HOTEL HELP
now a commander and naval ,
t with a grin that he knew aide to Eisenhower, was the instru-
r politics himself and -
ment.
Q ElderIywhite'women to do hotel
offer suggestion.
one
maid work. Salary $40.00
it?". chorused several of month to those who are experienced per
Returning war reporters tell of ;
b.( the melodrama on a ship which $30.00 per month to those with no experience i
:,1 3k delegation that is ; together with and
a room
brought back prisoners of .
: : ," Churchill re war board; also elderly white men to do I
The Geneva convention, it appears, house work.Salary$50.00 ,
Democrat and half Re' per month :
ruled that officers of war prisoners room and board. Also elderly white '
would handle the discipline of their men to run passenger elevator salary
.. named such a own men On this ship, some of $25.00 per month;room and board.
f j: of outstanding leaders the prisoners included a few of Germany's Wire or write
the prime minister LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HOTEL
:? former social democrats lookout Mountain e Tennoueo

,,,.. ,, chances of of winning con- Now that they were prisoners, the
't; ,-" -" ww'm" approval a treaty
war was over for them-so they refused -
France officially repaid some of its debt to America Allied powers would be to salute their Nazi superiors FEATHERS WANTED

I Giraud (right) invested United Nations .* '. The infuriated officers sought I
Eisenhower with the grand cross of the Legion of Honor satisfaction from the Americans in l OLD" ices.or 41 NEW Years WANTED.Satisfactory Top
JAP LANGUAGE r it fl
Algiers. charge "We demand," one of Dealing Ship Express or WrtU
schools have a PILLOW MFG.CO..2219 Cole Street SL Louis,Mo.
them 'stormed, "some pistols and
MEDITERRANEAN: WHEAT :_ for being tough, but the permission to have these men shot." ,
Japanese Lan-
Crop Prospects Boulder Colo. sets The request, of course, was ig First Mail by Plane
Pantelleria First StepThe at ,
nored. The first carrying 'of mail from
Allied assault to reduce Italy's Smallest U. S. Hand-picked candi- one definite place to another by

island buffer defenses preparatoryto since 1936 was colleges and graduate airplane took place 'over a 10-mile
The tell
correspondents
us they
mainland operations had contin- partment of over Japanese "Kanji" course on Long Island during aweek's
) 16 hours day, 6 are amazed about the rumors river
Mediterranean area port on June air meet in
ued to give the September,
here regarding the WAACs in Al-
for 14 months.
.
other theaters of department 1911.
star billing over
giers "allegedly being a headacheto
output. at students are given inti-
war. Eisenhower" "We'didn't see
island fortressof spring wheat at pressure instruction in
the
of
The
capture "
anything to indicate that said the
not total of five men each. The ASPIRIN
Pantelleria was significant NO FASTERthan
scribes. "In fact, the ladies who
only because it was the first effective 981,327,000 of 150 Japanese- arrived with Captain Marquis were genuine, pure St.: Joseph Aspirin.

,Allied milestone since the Afri- year. former professional and all lodged in a convent El-Biar, a World's largest seller at 10 i. None safer,
can victory, but it consolidated Unit- The crop recruited from the suburb of -Done surer Demand St. Joseph Aspirin.
Algiers-where they kept
ed Nations' control over' east-west out that winter coast Japanese colo: chaste hours." '1

shipping in the Mediterranean as by drouth in the very Some
through and by wet is intensive, and the FlapperA
well: Moreover, by breaking bird
Italy's outer wall it paved the way Belt. Spring' given' no job except the You probably recall the booklet three humming inches- 'measuring its wings
only flaps
for,a cleanup of the more important siderable acreage of learning the dif handed our men' in North Africa'' 200 times a: second, a four-foot
of. 'and Sardinia and ter wheat was language. Unlike -
islands Sicily about Arabian customs, which second.
for operations on the continent.The by generally good candidates, they have warned them of the urgent importance pelican once a

steady and methodically vio- reau reported. duty, KP, or night biv- of respecting mosques, cus-

lent destruction of Pantelleria's defenses A 730,000,000 job: is_ to learn Japa toms, women, etc Arabian dig- FOR QutcK RELIEF
was regarded as a forerunner 1943 would be it quickly, and learn it nitaries say the effect has been very
:)[
of what other Axis Mediterranean average for the 1'A good General Nogues decidedto : CU'
bases would have to suffer. Day includes the resist when he learned of the

after day Allied bombers had plum- mid '30's. It GLASS American landings in the early A ANTISEPTIC Soothing S A LV I!;,

meted disaster on beleaguered Pan- about 150,000,000 85-year-old Senator hours of November 8 .. He Used by thousands with satisfactory results
telleria while naval units had blast- average of the of Virginia is expected planned to move his headquartersto for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. -

ed its forts with deadly big guns in drop out of the senate Meknes, which is inland, and_ Spurlock-Neal. Get Carboil Co.,at Nashville drug stores Tenn.or writ

softening up operations.In COAL: months. He has served there await German help which had

the meantime British dispatches Promise Wilson's secretary of been promised He was,not pro- .
crediting Spanish sources 23 faithful years in the ,Nazi-simply an opportunist He To Great Rivers
reported that Marshal Erwin Rom- Noted as a 17 years in the house. thought we weren't there in sufficient I I Little brooks in time make great

mel was speeding the completion of promises, politicos close to Gover- .force He asked the Sul- rivers.
defenses along the French Mediterranean this reputation are passing out the tip tan to move with him from Rabat-
These set fine of $1 a day retires Darden will'
coast. reports and from Meknes declare a holy war
forth that Rommel had been named workers who the senator's successor, on the invaders Despite the GET RHEUMATIC PAIN
commander of the so-called Mittel- 1-5 walkout from ld Congressman Cliff legend of General Nogues' influenceover AFTER
wall.IMPLEMENTS. ated pits. most With a Medicine that will Prove Itself
meer outstanding con- the Sultan, His Majesty re-
Mr. Ickes from Virginia, but 73- fused to move or-declare a holy war. If you suffer from rheumatic painor
: walkout he had Tom muscular aches,buy C-2223 today
Burch. That was Sunday afternoon for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1.
were going to fine Caution Use only directed. First
Output DoubledRelief That evening about six, the Sultan : as
out again. THE FARMS? handed booklet bottle purchase price refunded by
of the
was a
for farmers harassed by ashortagTr copy druggist if not satisfied. Get C2223.Preserve .
Mr. Ickes acted have the idea that the army got up with the help of ;
of machinery will be forth-
eral fuel director
postwar planners are a Harvard professor of anthropologyand
coming as a result of WPB Chair-
the miners'
of the people in for- some of his experts who were
man Donald M. Nelson's
announce-
penalties if a But that isn't the over there ahead of time This i
ment that the 'production of farm
implements for the year beginningJuly without good are also thinking of how booklet, the Sultan learned, was :
will Terming Ickes' America can be returned found on the body of an American '.
1 be doubled and the en-
tire "concentration" program imposed application of of America. soldier killed in the landing at Port
John L. Lewis the in the attack the Kasbah
on the industry last year will is that much of big Lyautey on
be 'scrapped. contract had in the U. S. A. are there, which was repulsed by native

Mr. Nelson's announcement said the work stoppage of insurance com- troops The booklet was blood- A
Mine Workers stained .. The who
that allotments of steel 'and other absentee landlords, as man broughtit
materials will be sufficient to boost how fines can be out by latest AAA to the Sultan was an Arab dig-

farm equipment production to 80 per provisions? of an' and parity payments. nitary favorable to the Allied cause -d
He translated the .. -..-
cent of the 1940' level, comparedwith CHINA of the country's biggest passages -_..----.-.
: about for Arab customs
largest payments ,respect ,
a current rate of 40 per cent,
and a quota of only'20 per cent that More Gains, not to individual farm- Arab women, etc. The Sultan, Our Liberty
in effect this insurance companies. not an emotional. individual, wept
was early year. U. S. War Bonds
China carried Buy
Meanwhile farm equipment man- actual payments, each and said: "I knew that the Amer-

ufacturers were authorized by the further impressive the highest payment in icans were good people. I :am: gladI J
dIe Yangtze 'did what I did."
War Production board to place or- NNU-7 25 43
strong American
ders for materials for the new pro- Central Life Insur-

gram. The tempo of Cincinnati, $49,153; Notes of an Lt,. "w
fensive was Northwestern Mutual

ARGENTINA: tive air raid on company, Mil- Innocent B'standeriThe A .

positions in which ; Iowa-Equitable Wireless: Elmer Davis wonders .
Axis Radio Curbed .
,,1f; It
Hongay, largest company, Des why Franco waited until his 1- "
Action of the new Argentine gov- and shipping ; Missouri-General Axis chums were on the losing end And Your Strength and

ernment in cancelling radio facili- Asiatic coast, in Life Insurance company, before he got sorry about the in- Energy Is Below Par

ties which enabled Axis embassiesor bombed and $52,170. humane aspect of bombings ''It may be caused by disorder,of kId-

nationals to transmit code mes-' railroad yards the largest pay- Murder of British Sunday school tots ney waste function to accumulate.that permits For truly poisonous many

sages to their capitals,was regardedas heavily damaged. to an absentee .landlord, and teachers by.the Luftwaffe hasn't people feel tired, weak and miserable

a step in the direction of better- On the, ground owners of Delta and Pine been officially wept over in Madrid, acids when and the kidneys other waste fail to matter remove from excess the

ing Argentina's relations with its was reported by Scott, Miss. The either.. Wm. H. Castle, once of the blood.

South American neighbors as well have inflicted managed by a former State Dep't, spouted don'ttrustRussia rheumatic You may pains suffer, headaches nagging, backache dizziness,,
I I
as the United States. alties on Japanese Oscar Johnston. The talk, but Johannes Steel reminded sometimes nights, leg pains, swelling!
The government said it took this from Itu, south $50,141. all that Castle's last boner was I I with smarting frequent and and burning scanty urination is an--

step in compliance with the resolu- base of Ichang. payment in Illinois went saying that Japan was to be trusted. other sign that something is wrong witb

tion adopted at Rio de Janeiro, likewise disclosed Trust Joint Stock Land He said that on the morn of Dec. 7, the There kidneys should or bladder.bo no doubt that prompt

Brazil, by American foreign minis- had broken the $29,152. Highest in 1941, which you'd think would cure treatment is wiser than neglect. Use
ters against Axis espionage in January ,southwest of I to the Federal Land him of prophecy forever Ed Doan's medicine Pilte.that has It is won better countrywide to rely on approval a-

1942. While the order cancelled ,major objective in $77,605, while the Herlihy, on NBC for Horn and Har- than on something been tried less favorably and test-
Doan't have
radio code facilities for all nations, area. was true in Minnesota, dart, sat a 4-year-old on his knee ed Known.many years Are at all drug stores.
it struck at the Axis powers since Trying largest payment, $75,761 before the mike. "Wouldn't you," Get Doan't today.WEEKLY .

they have no:cable connections with few remaining Federal Land Bank of asked Ed, "like to go on the Chil-

Argentina, whereas the Allies are Japs attempted The land banks hold a' dren's Hour?"-to which the child 9

linked directly to Argentina by Owchihkou, but as a result of mort (heard from Coast to Coast) replied: e

cable. nese resistance. I losures in the loan years. "No, I wanna, go to the bathroom!" I



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TREATMENT 1IIIill tllllii One your can always trouble.make money in a city

"" /, ; ;: where the population is dense.A .

",: : Some mental patients receive } gasbag is often punctured bya

home care, as the family do not pointed remark. '

want it known that such a thing as "" I Those who sling mud lose

"insanity" is in the family. Fortunately ground.

-in most cases
Don't brood over your troubles. You'll
I
the family physicianis only hatch them out.
able to persuadethe
family that men- Another nice thing about a radio
::
e tal illness is the sermon is that people" don't turn

illnessof ? c ; and stare at you when the preacher -
same as any
the body and can ,..; denounces your pet failing.
vita' 'A: 1 Lk' '+Y'
be due to the same

a causes infection,

,anxiety, shock, injury r' }

and others. \\\#j'SKIN O

Further, at the men-

4 tal hospital todayDr. :.i s u ?. 1 Raw, smarting surface relieved amazingly -

Barton any treatment cause to remove of the 9 N ;'SS's i by. the soothing medication of

symptoms is given; dentists, throat
1' R.ESINQI.
specialists, women's specialists are f
on the staff or make regular visits. f

One of the most effective meth- 1
Wide
A{ Hair
ods of treating certain types of men- ? N wp Not
only may some hairs on
tal illness is by producing shock in
the human head grow to be six
the patient by insulin, metrazol and, ) '
times
wider
t than others, but the
more recently, by electricity. Be-
hairs of some
races as 'a whole
cause of accidents, that occasionally have been found to be 20 times
r
occur during shock this form of a v v
.
wider than those of other people.DON'T .
treatment has heretofore been givenin

mental hospitals and sometimesin "
the ordinary municipal hospitals. Serve Perfect Little Cakes for Garden PartySee

What should mean much to a pa- ( Recipe, Below) LET

tient and family is a recent reportby CONSTIPATIONSLOW

Dr. A. Myerson, Boston, in the Keep Cool!
YOU UP
Chambers'
Lynn
-
New England Journal of Medicine.
Dr. Myerson reports the results ob- Foods ,that don't cook the cook Menus feel. When irritable bowels, are sluggish and you
headachy, do as millions
tained by the electric-shock methodin and leave .a lot of K.P. after the do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem
the treatment of 123 patients, 74 party is over are *Orange Ring Salad chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew

by the outpatient method. The pa- two golden rules Hostess Sandwiches FEEN-A-MINT before you go to'bed,
Cheese Sandwiches taking only in accordance with package
tients reported at a, place fitted out for summer en-
directions-sleep without being dis-
Tim Cakes'Beverage
Tiny
in hospital fashion with nurses anda Grr tertaining. If you a turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
physician in attendance. They are baking any relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
were given the shock treatment and thing, try bakingin Recipes Given FEEN-A-MINT..Tastes good, is handy
and economical.A generous family supply
cool morning
usually went home within one or

two hours. ,In cases where the pa- { hours, and if 3 teaspoons baking S EEN-A-1NT costs only

tient was too upset after the treat- there's a warm \i teaspoon salt 10*

ment he received further shock dish to be served, make it some 1 cup milk !

treatment at a mental hospital. thing that doesn't require more than 1 teaspoon,,vanilla
Birds Trample .Treetops
15 minutes of cooking.If .
Compared to the risk of other 'table' decorations and set- Cream ,shortening and Herring gulls trample down the

methods of treatment of the same your cool and the gether until light and treetops so solidly on an island in
appearing
tings
kind of mental ailments, the electric- are egg, beating well. Sift dry the of that
food carries this out further, then Bay Fundy a man can
shock treatment is much safer asA ents together, and add a walk the '
on abnormally
mak- grown
will have done lot toward
you a
to mental or physical injury. !s
creamed mixture with milk.
branches.
Re-
ing you'r comfortable.
The big point about being able to freshments ,may be simple, in fact, a smooth batter.. Drop from
to other than.a mental munici- into ell-greased muffin -
go or
and
they should be, for then guests
pal hospital receive the shock treat- hostess alike canenjoy themselves. : 25 minutes in a moderate ; ?
-ment, return, home and continue the : gree) oven. Frost with Union.'a tlJIujSU
.. 0range Ring Salad. aches and of
treatment for the weeks necessary, ing. pains
is that the family and patient haveno (Serves 8). Grapefruit Swizzle. #; RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

feeling of ,shame or humiliation.To 1 tablespoon gela'tincup 1 quart grapefruit : 1M

get this latest form of treatmentso Vt cold water Juice from 8 limes

easily is certainly a real change Yz cup boiling water -, 4 sprigs of mint .,
from former days. \Vz cups orange juice Sugar syrup to '
Juice of lemon of
one Mix lime and grapefruit
1 tablespoon chopped mint 'in syrup. Add mint leaves
Nursing Along HeartCondition' Ys cup sugar ing r

IVz pounds white grapes, skinned added to IBRINCS; BLESSED RELIEF

byRestingA and seeded Stir |Urge BottleS! mu'tra*122-SnwII i] SizeIT I
2 cups shredded lettuce Cool in III (000 OB5S SIOHJ ir IT Kill u rosin if irlci |

few years ago a physician vis 2 packages cream cheese tor. Fill I MCNEIL DRUG co.inc.
1 cup sour cream dressing with I I 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville.Florida
_, iting a southern city made the acquaintance -
of another visitor who Soak gelatin in cold water 5 min- and I

appeared to be "resting" all the utes.. Add boiling water, lemon and swizzle. 'Giant' Air Raid in 1917'
time. He informed the physicianthat orange juice, sugar and chopped with a ,
A "giant" air raid, by the stand-
he had undergone a serious operation mint. i IStir until cool. Mash and fresh to
ards of the last war, occurredover
three months previously and form cheese into balls the size of Fruit Freeze.
London in June 1917. Twenty
-
marbles. Pour little of
he has "heart large a jelly
as a condition" he 1 fresh ripe
took and 162 deaths
planes part
into bottom of a mold and place
wished to consult a local heart spe- 2 lemons : caused.
cialist and asked the physician if balls at intervals while pouring on 1 quart cold water were
I thickened jelly. Place in refrigera- :
he knew of one he could recom- Fruit syrup to

- I mend. The physician, being., .Jvnr.: and chill until firm. Unmold Pare pineapple, remove

stranger, was unphJ utojOifssessorto" : dry 'j 1 fill center with grapes mixed core. Run pieces of
lettuce and Surround
a heart spe counting to $6,643- wee kld dressing. through food chopper, add
' the nature of his%.\..__ ,? ,[ with peeled orange sections. lemon and syrup to taste. '
'inServe with crackers.
"I have a heart murmur and after fill glasses'to within a

having this operation I was told to Sour Cream Dressing. top and add a ,scoop of
be careful of my heart." Yz cup french dressing ice. -

"But a heart murmur is not se- 1 teaspoon sugar Sandwiches using

. rious nor was your operation of a 1 cup sour cream for fillings are always a a
serious nature." Operation for rup- Mix ingredients well and chill to take care of the ,

ture or hernia is just changing the thoroughly. problem:
Tiny little cakes attractively dec-
structure of the tissues in this re- Hostess Sandwiches.
orated with cool drink in
a
serveas
may
gion; there is no pus, no inflammation Yz pound mincemeat, '\
refreshments for
a garden partyor
and little or no shock. "This Ya cup water ,
should not have taken much out of evening: 3 ounces cream cheese \,
you." Tiny Tim Cakes. Whole wheat bread .
A short examination by':the (Makes 8 cakes) ,
physician I
.
.
.
I Mix mincemeat and : ...... '
;
revealed no enlargement of the Yz cup shortening /
cook until all moisture is ....>-,
heart, the murmur 'likely present 1 cup sugar Cool. Cover thin -," a

when patient was born, no history of 1 egg slice of buttered --- ......./
rheumatism. The patient walked 2 cups sifted flour wholewheatbreadwith ------

slowly up and down stairs; the increase 1 in
cheese, softened Nasty "buzzards" that awaken
in the heart 4N
rate was about
be of
with cream sleepers can disposed by
10 beats and the heart back to -
was
the SLIPPER METHOD. Swing
Lynn Says: and slightly salted -
its normal rate within minute.
one then with s slipper directly toward buzzing
He walked slowly up and down stairs Salad Pointers: Have all salad mincemeat" and another fly, thus crushing fly between: slip-
twice. The heart rate increased 16 per and convenient object. Chief
,
ingredients as cold as possible. bread covered with cream .
, beats and returned to normal within danger: knocking over lamps, perfume
one and half minutes. He Chill salad bowl and salad platesto Cut in strips or fancy : bottles and slapping wife in
a was
told that his heart was strong and assure absolute coolness to sal- decorate, if desired with the face. A better way to get
' fruit. flies' is toCatd
exercise, not' so much rest, was ads.To skin tomatoes: Hold tomatoon *Cheese Sandwich -
d
needed.
,
: I fork over flame and turn slow- 1 package cream cheese .
;.:", About 10 minutes later, he took his ly for about 1 minute. Slip off 6 chopped olives
.'.- own pulse, walked and down
up skins.
3
chopped
... pieces ,finely TANLEFooT
;,: stairs twice, took his pulse again,
.,: To flute cucumber. Peel, length 3 strips cooked bacon, -
',,-: waited the minute and a half and wise, and run prongs of fork 1 tablespoon horseradish
found the figures for the heart rate through lengthwise, then slice 1 tablespoon mayonnaiseMix It is the old reliable that never fails.

exactly the same as those found by cucumber thinly.To all ingredients Always economical to use, and not
I; the physician. He was therefore ad- rationed. For sara, at drug and
vised take sieve egg yolks or whites: salt and pepper to taste, and {
to
his
stores.
daily rests but to grocery
This is for
take two walks daily pretty garnishing. Sep- on buttered bread. ,
lengthening the
arate yolks or whites from hard- ,.
walk one block every two days. Are having difficulties
cooked eggs, place in a small you
The point here is that while a sieve, and rub through with wooden meals with points? Stretching :
heart murmur was present and he salads to be Lynn Chambers can give, you
had undergone an operation three nished.To spoon. on gar- write her, enclosing a stamped 6a rat'

months before, his heart already had dressed envelope for your reply, THE'TAHG1EF00T co. ,J'' '"
decorate lettuce: Dip edgesin her Western i TUar
at Newspaper
had all the rest needed I ord
i and was paprika. Grand Haplds, Mich.SHOCK 's ;
South
! ready for work or exercise. Desplaines Street, Chicago,
Released by Western Newspaper
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EIGHT THE CLEWISTOJf .NEWS Fill DAY, JULY 2, 1'H' :;
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harder than ever in alloutar- production called emergency tires and are) NOTICE

PAY AS YOU GO TAX Creighton said, "continu branded with an "0" In the sidewall\
f Notice is hereby given 'that the
following
ing the fine job they did inhis to identify them, it was thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount described due for taxes land herein, or so much
county last year helping to supply The emergency casings eXPlaJned.l to the same,. together with the costs of such' sale and advertlslor1! set IBEGINS JULY FIRST civilian, military and lend-lease for recapping but can be sold at public auction on the second day of August,. An. 1 ; tit twelve o'clocl noon, at the CITY HALL of the CLTY 01" ;
needs. Also, two developments during serviceable for limited use as FLORIDA. CLE\\'ISTON"

last year have: resulted in larger spares or on low-mileage cars. They! / 1. Y. PATTERSON Tax
.
,
Collector
TAKEN FROM WAGES laying flocks on most farms today are to be, bought through regular City of Clewiston.

: dealers :who will order them through: I uEs uIP'rION'1 LIAISD. Owner .. Amount of Taxes

-- "First, egg prices;; as shown by I II j their suppliers. Lot 23, Block 22 -_.:........-.. ....:...._.-.._......-.-.....-.. J.:
will' Lot 31, ... .....:_.._. ._ c.ni\
'Beginning[ today employers I purchases of the A & P Tea Com- Ceiling price to the consumer on Lots 3, Bocle.,2G. .. Block'27": : "....T_-.. fe&tWS&f. .._.._..': ._". 5.00
discontinue the withholding 5 pany, one of the larger buyers which these tires is one dollar each but the I Lot 4, Block 139 ..*.--._-.......,..-.,,;,.-..-...." ... Mrs. Edith M. __.____..._.__-_..... 20.00
per cent Victory tax payments from.. pafd $740/890/ last year for 1,774- dealer may charge for repairs 'made Lot 8, Block 139 --_..."._._..__..:._.-_......_-.._.. E E. Minor (J. .Loser E. Beardsley,: '": 4,50.

ralojees': : salaries and will start I, 590 dozen Florida eggs were so on them. "The release of these poor,! Lot 7, Block 167 .....-...-._.__,,"...-....-'....-....._...?... J.Agent B. ) --.-._-".'__..._..._....._._ u 5.00soo
M&llectmg each pay day the new 20 quality tires emphasizes the fact that Lot 8, Block 172 ._ .. .. .:..,..,:. ., Mrs Beardsley Agent .-_.:_......:.;._.
farmers saved an unusually -- -- --- :. Crrie
That favorable that I Lot 14, Block 172 _.... ....._..,._........._ ::.... .:.:.-.., J.. E. A. Tumalty ...___;..._.,_ 500
.per: cent income tax instead. i I large proportion of 'potential the nation has' to squeeze every pos Lot 2, Block 173 ...-.........-....-.;.:..............-._.."....... J. E. Baker Beardsley..__Agent_..._ = 5'00
is 20 per cent after allowing for certain layers. Second conditions in 19421 j sible mile out of the rubber' supply. Lot 6, Block 175 _.._..._.._.__......_._......".._...?.... Minerva D. "- _. ::::::== 5:00:
... ...__......._...... Schroder
Lot 4. Block 176 ........_. Ruth R. .. 400
exemptions.. I were good for raising pullets, as ( This is what W. M. Jeffers the rubber Lots 21,22, Block 176:0'-- ... ... Ruth R. Beardsley -=:::::::=::= 6:00:
The withholding exemption is: I. generally mild and czar, called the 'critical period', Lot 24, Block 176 _._...._..__.....,_... ... ......""._ Ruth R. Beardsley __..._"._".__ 14.00
Fall weather was : I I Lot 29, Block 176 ..................-.....-..-........-._-.........?...... Mrs. E A.Beardsley Stone ......._._..._..:._._.."......;..... 8.0:>
Single $12 weekly, $24 biweekly -: hatching date was early. when the nation is really scraping] .__
person the average I| Lot 30. Block 176 ?-?....--:.:;."....;c?.--........ Mrs E. A. "" '"4.00
$26 semi-monthly $52 I "Those factors point to increased the bottom of the barrel for' tires to' Lot 31, Black 17J; ....?..__..,.:.-:.:......{...._;,.. .,..."..f*, Esther V. Hogben Stone'.1...... .... _. 4.00
.
I Lot ......._. ..... .... ._._,.....__ ,
I 32 Block 176 ,/ : .......;_.:..__, Frank 4.00
.monthly; married, person: claiming egg production," Creighton explained I keep essential cars in service. Lot 36, Block 176 ..?_.,... .-.............--..-.. ._....,........ Ruth R.H. Roach ...... _.._"......_.._...__ 4.00
?
whole of personal exemption, or : "if an improvement can be madein I Certificates may be obtained from Lot 2, Block 195 -...-..........-...............-..-_._.__...... Mary G. Paton Beardsley........_._....._____...._...:..._...... 5.00'
.....
_.............._
Lots 2, 3. Block 202 ........ _._................. ...._...... Herbert 5.00
head of facnily- $24 weekly? ;$48 .biweekly -I the farm skilled labQ'r situation the local rationing board but are Lot 8, Block 203 ,.___. .-. .._.. _-_........ Mrs. M. Turner _._......;.___......... 8.80
$52 ,semi-monthly, $104 j and if farmers can get enough pro- only to be issued for driving In essential Lot 9.' Block 203 ..............-..-....-...---...-..-.-.....-...,--.-....-::_....... Mrs Annette Annette Sievers Sievcrs _.._"''_'_......__._._,...._.. 5.00
: I Lot 6, Block 204 ,. .._, _. A. 5.40
.
.monthly; married perIoivclaiminghalf ; tein feeds. There' are critical short- occupations; Lot 6, Block 207 _:::::::: :.,::_.:::::::::::.:::::::::::::.::: rs.EE. Ollverf.M A. bton&.J" ;,:,'*<.':=:= .00
of personal exemption, ,'weekly} ages of protein ingredients because Lot 8, Block 207 .._.__...-.-_-.-..?._.....,_.....--..._..... Josephine & Ruth.. : :::: 4.40
Lots 21. 22, Block 208 _. _. ..... ................. .. ... Lnight "__' 46.00
: Lewis E. Mor".._
bi-weekly, semi-monthly onmonthly: J( imports have been cut so drastically. The local rationing board has : ;; : ._____._....__........ 6.00
'., Lot 21, Block 208 ......_,..........-.... ............_...2... ,VIOla Owen & Ruth
.same as single person. Each J dejpeadent Even 'soybean oil meal is not being new T-ration books ready for owners Lots 25, 26, Block 208 -..._...--:4..i.' : ,... 'Viola Owen & Ruth Beardsley Beardsley _.__ 4.01)
other than the : first de- fast to meet de- I Lot 28, Block 355 C. ..x. Baker _,. 8.00
processed enough to call for them. The old T- Lot 4, Block 358 'J. E.
.pehdent In the case of the head ref mands.. These are- major problems ration books must be turned in when Lot 5. Block 358 ...:._ ..'." ,_. .,."?,.,...., David Beardslev L Larson _"" :"". "" 1m
Lot 19, Block '358 __ ._.' .. _......,,,,c .. Mrs. E
j A.
the family, $6 weekly$12.bi'veek13' ; facing the industry. the new .ones are issued and users Lots 1, 2, Block 359 .._;..-__............_.._ ....._....,.. John Hepworth Stone Estate "

'$13 .semi-monthlyJt2'f"'mnothly.; Florida poultrymen who pro- are urged'to bring the old covers in Lot 18, Block 367 ........._?...__,.._.__....._--".._......... N. A. Lanier ........._..._.. ...:,__._.._:....__."._....... 4.00
._,... .. ......_. 3.00
Lot 13, Block 369 !.. __. .__._. -
been issu.e'd the of' I \-.A. E _..
KIrchman ___..
This table has by duced a' total 17,583,000 dozen with them, when they ask for new ..._.._........___.- 7.00
Lots .___.. .
14. 15, 16, 17, Block.:3,69 ._.,.._.__.... A. E Kirchman _._. ._.....
.Bureau of Internal Revenue,_ U. S. eggs in 1942, are asked fo-r'17,613-1|T books. Lot '1, Block 371 ..,....,_..... H. E. ._,........ -'>- ---m- 56.00
....
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Treasury Department 000 dozen this year as their. share of I} Lot 2,. Block 371 ........._ _.. ....,,.....,.., ._: H. E ;.:?c__.,,.,..._._. :
.
Lot 17. Block 377 ; L. C. \, _
the national egg goal of 4,780,000000 ,- II Lot 15. Block 377 ..._...? : R 'A : ----------- .m.
CommendsContinued
Kiwanis Lots 1, 2. Block __?_. ,"..;... _. .,.. W. A, ;
County Poultrymen dozen. Lota 26, 27, Block 412 ........,............_..-.--_.__...... Aaron D. Francis _.__ .
.
Lots __ ._... ......._.. ---:-" :_;__ 4.00
-' 25. 26 Block 423 -., ._... Bert Powell ...._.... .. .. __......_. _
} Lot 8. Block 495 ......_.._.__._:....<_" ... I..;......... J. W. Daughtrey:-_- ._.." _.= 4.01)
May Top Egg QuotaHendry RATIONING NOTES I ( from Page 1) Lot 12, Block 495 ?.-...._.._--,..,::.-...._-._............ Ruth R. Beardsley "_"""_" ."..=_. ...._.._...- 10.00 '
," ed for the best interest of our coun- Lots 13, 14, Block 495 ...?.....-_...';..____......._.... Ruth R. Beardsley ._.._", .._:._ ___." 28.00
Lot 15. Block 495 ....,.......__...._-.--...._._...._...:__. ,. Ruth R. Beardsley .....___ : .__, 6..Hl
..._
ty and the state of Florida. Lots ..._._... ... ...._.._ .. ,- : 3.20
"The seriousness: of the tire 13 14, Block 162 -: .. .-.... Mary Hayes Davis, _...__......__ ._ 10.00
County poultrymen are situ-I THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, July 2, 9, 16, 23, '6.I "
ation has been brought home to
.asked by the government to produce l That the Kiwanis Club of Clewiston I
the local members ofth'e rationing
approximately 30,000 dozen eggs) take this opportunity to express its
board said this week, with the an-
.this'.year.: an increase over 1942 ro-I nouncement that there are not appreciation for the' constructive I
than cent statesmanship shown by Mr. Stewart -
!.auction' of less one per enough recappable used tires avail-
"the National Poultry Committee estimated in performance of his' duties as
able to meet the needs of those who 'I
today. our Representative in the Florida
must have them and that the govern-I I O"'CfAL
Legislature and to especially commend
The goal is based on the '
county ment has been forced to i PHOTOOMAPWU.
'o his splendid work in the introduction .
ARMY
increase suggested for Florida _by situation by releasing more than a' .1
and of the bill I IONAL COlIN
passage
the U. S. Department of Agriculture million low-quality used tires to be
.
creating the Sixth Congressional Dis'
explained Committee Chairman Grade'III .1
sold to motorists holding '
Hobart Creighton. Because of Flor- rationing certificates. trict, which includes Hendry County. I

lda's relatively high egg production I .
These definitely lowqualitytires
are BE. RESOLVED
IT FURTHER ,
3n state is asked for one
: 1942, the
indicates the
their that
and use That a of this resolution be
in the copy
'Of the smallest increases country -
-
supply of usable tires is low. "These minutes this
spread the of
upon
national
well below the
average tires part of the supply purchased -
are meeting, a copy presented to Hon.
.increase 8 per cent. last fall and winter under the -
Elbert L. Stewart and a copy printedin
'Poultry farmers are working idle tire purchase plan. They arew the Clewistou- News._

Adopted by Clewiston Kiwanis r 'rG,9 fooo.
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,: When it comes to EATS we are' TOPS .!i v I
"1i

: :_! IS 'YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? .V., .,: .,
4 .. ,
CLEWISTON CAFE *,:'0::' .. _

)r' t--ti { Its Just commonsense,: t.

1;: has one of the best dining rooms' in the Evergla'des.; two large :): LEGAL NOTICES II 13UY' rf1t' refrain from buying things
fans change the air continually and make it comfortable 3, !r

3: and cool. :1 j WAftS needed in our War-effort. .

ji" : gorier: or AIM>MCATION FOR -
We have the most competent cooks; the experienced ::;, TAX DEED 80. Save. and buy after our
-4: help; the most varieties of meats, sea foods, and home-made .:." (senate Dill .:\o. 163) I hom om .
,
:?:. pastries. :i;, NOTICE IS HEREBY- GIVEN. That I regularly\ Victory.. open your savings

{ use ., R. S. Bass, holder of Tax Certificate / account here. today!
.. We no points, but. fresh vegetables from our own' garden.' .et.,, 'No 72, issued the 7th day of July
.t.e < A. D. 1930 has filed in office
same
my
: Our Menu Runs in This l\Ianner-FuU Course Dinner: ) .:'
:3
: : J e.,, and has made application for a tax
,. deed to be issued thereon Said cer- !
:: ;: '1. Bowl of soup, freshly made, new variety daily.'e;i, tificate embraces the following'' described Buy War Bonds & Stamps
: 2. Dish of salad, new variety daily. ::;, property in the County of Hendry" i
State of Florida, to-wit: _
,
1 3. Your choice of ten varieties of meat or fish.. -, :' 5. acres square in SE Corner .. -
:J: 4. Your choice of three of five varieties of vegetables. : :i; SEM-NEtf Sec., 30, Twp.. 43 S., Rge. I -

__:. 5., A portion of pudding, fruit dessert or ice cream., .' .:. 28E. i ii
The
assessment of the said
''i.i,, 6. Coffee, hot tea, or iced tea ; ..i'y under the said certificate issued property was i ii
: in the name of E. O' Painter & Co. i ii
::;: Our prices have changed but very little from pre-war days. :!: Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -i
according to law, the property
;;:. Give us a trial and convince yourself. ::, described therein will be ,sold to the i
highest bidder at the court house door
::,'I on the first Monday in the month of
,:. THE CLEWISTON CAFE ;.''August 1943. which is the 2nd day of
v. August, 1943 I
"** (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL.Cleric .
Across the Highway from Sugar Office. :i:, of Circuit Court of

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