The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 9, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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In Action Enjoy Music ProgramThe


'I Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Ford were, noti- Kiwanis Club enjoyed an

. LEARN NEW METHOD fied last week by the War Department AND EASE SHORTAGE Thomas evening, accordionist of music at with the weekly Porter SUGAR CANE FIELDS

that their son, Lieutenant G.
meeting at the Clewiston Inn Wed- '-
-1 M. Ford, Jr has been missing in action evening.Several .
/ A group of cattlemen from north Production of dehydrated: lemon- nesday An innovation, made necessary by
since June 22nd. visiting Kiwanians were
<; west Florida visited ranches and I grass pulp and molasses feed, "which the acute shortage of labor to perform
I guests at the meeting. These included -
Lieutenant Ford received his commission I
talked to cattlemen in Glades and : will help Florida cattle and dairy K. S. ,McMullen, W. J. Shealey the essential field operations;
Hendry Counties, and inspected e and wings as an Army Air
.. I'' men meet current ,feed shortages, both of the Gainesville Club,1 on sugar cane plantations, was the

United States Sugar Corporation'scattle Corps pilot in the spring at the Gulf "i has been resumed in: the Everglades and J. B. White, of the Port St. Joe introduction this week of Seminole '

: feeding station at Clewiston I Coast Training Center in Texas. He officials of the U. S. Sugar Corpora Club. Other guests were H. A.. Indians
Wednesday and Thursday.The months in I as employees of the United
was stationed for a few tion reported today. I Bestor, Arch Simmons, J. K. Rogers,!,
group was headed by County Casper, Wyoming, before being shipped States Sugar Corporation.
I plantings here ,C. E. Miner and B. L. Thompson.
Lemongrass were
Agent J. B. White of Gulf County, !
overseas. : The visiting Kiwanians were members -II M. E. VonMach, head, of the per-
damaged in the February freeze to
W. J. Shealey and Kenneth B. Mc- Lt. Ford had, been in England seV- of of cattlemen who sonnel department of the corporation -
animatl) a point where production had to bel a group
.Mullen of Gainesville, eral weeks. On the date he was reported : were inspecting herds and pastures learning that a few Indians had
husbandrymen ot"the state extension suspended, and later .all available II
I I been on'a
missing there was a mammoth labor concentrated in gettingout ,in this area. They were each introduced employed successfully
service. The men inspected cattle, sweep of American and British i was I I small scale by farmers in adjoining
and each a short
I the harvest, Jay W. Moran very
and saw the various types of grasses bombers over' Europe and 26 sugar counties, contacted W. Stanley Han-
I talk telling something of their activities -I
'' vice-president, With the
i used in South Florida. They were
American bombers failed to return.It and the of their trip. son of Fort Myers, Indian agent for
end of the harvest, some labor can purpose ,
particularly interested in the results
Is likely that Lt. Ford took partin 'I t The members expressed their the' federal government.,
obtained by the addition of molasses now be used to resume production of very
this mission and was on one of \
Mr. Thomas' Mr. Hanson
pleasure at
great accompanied
mu- Mr.
I feed has proved an ex-
the which
._ to stock feed as a finishing'for mar- ]
the ships failing to return to ,
cellent finishing ration. I sic, and the many generous responses -! VonMach on a trip into the heart of
ket plan. Friends in Clewiston join with ,his !'i he had made to their the Indian Reservation with the result -
The group visited in Moore Haven Florida cattle and dairy men have:
family in the fervent hope that he re-\\
i quest for entertainment. It was that a group of 41 'Seminoles,
and adjoining cattle ranches Wednesday will be reported safe. been facing a feed shortage all winter -
Thomas' last meeting 'with the club. men, women and children, were
afternoon and went on to because of transportation dif- -
I brought to Clewiston Wednesdayand
" Clewiston in the afternoon, spending ficulties. Scarcity of feed is one important -
, began work .
j the night at the Inn. They were in factor in the threatened Thursday'plorning. ,
: BANK OF CLEWISTON I Both men and women are working,
; \ Moore Haven again about noon yes- ,,' milk shortage. Much of the state's MANY ATTEND OPEN some cultivating lemon and

: terday on their return trip. winter feed is imported from as far i grass
I sugar cane, some as cattle hands at
visitors residents of I
. The were as the middle West.
DEPOSITS INCREASETOP I the cattle station. A few of
Weewahitchka and nearby towns cattle in I Distribution of the lemongrass ;POST CELEBRATIONAT !I' the men who feeding have had experience

Gulf County and Inspected ; pulp and molasses feed will be as
Iin I tractor
', ranches and developments on their MILLION MARKDeposits equitable as possible and will be RIDDLE FIELD :, tractors. operation are driving'

'.; route all through the' state, search- 'I confined the state, 'since the pro- I I
I Mr Hanson recommended the In-
ing for ideas that would be adaptableto duction is not ample to'meet full I
their industry in Gulf County. J I dians on this particular reservationas
in the First Bank of demands. The company can produce I
Riddle Field was the scene of an the most industrious, ,honest and
Clewiston have ,topped the million upwards' of 15 tons of lemongrassper
) Independence Day celebration and a I cooperative Indian group with whomhe
_, County Board Accepts mark, as is shown'in the statementof : day on a yearly basis, Moran I '
has had dealings. Mr. VonMach
second anniversary celebration Sun
the condition of the bank as of said.. .
and MI; Hanson were ,met at the end
Tax Roll At 6 Million the close of: business June 30th, I day when Open Field was held at I Ii :
,. of the road ("Gunshy road" 37
: : published elsewhere; in this paper. the Post and the public generally
miles south of the road
i. Clewiston ).
The total deposits;! are 115696045. ELECTION TO NAME invited to inspect the buildings and by Cypress leading
t Two complainants appeared before Johnny one of,
: I At the close of business I I Ii'
one -
year I Seminoles, who led them through
board commissioners, grounds and to witness the series
the of county
'.' ago, June 30th, 1942,, .the i' i '
' the trail into the heart of the
': sitting as an equalization board) of athletic events staged during the
next I
, ..f. Tuesday morning at the court 'house., were .$570,643.85., During.the, THREE MEMBERS OFI day. Cypress country and to the Indian
six month period they
The white men talked to the
'= I camp.
Myers 1 j
'Mrs. Annie E. of Fort '
Hall $795,814.58; as shown on the statement 'l i Most\ impressive of the day's I II Indians who could speak English

' : "V:was luat quickly ons' which satisfied she, ,when took_ to shown run I of December 30th. ;/ .1 CITY COMMISSIONRegistration I I i I I events was the color hoisting ceremony -:'and explained the situation and their .

:into thousands were actually ftlie- Soon after the first of,. the' year I at 2:30 when the flags of Eng- wants to them. They interpreted it
F:\ the deposits reached the million! land and of the, United States were to the other Indians and the agree-
hundreds< '
'" of dollars. i.r.mark, and; have. ,remained; above itetor books' for the city ,of jointly raised over the field before ai: ment was reached

,<;" W 5 ,:'C.* Owen< appeared, i..es.nt'.:. : since: The.bank ,has total assets Clewiston are now open in the City formation of British'and American
UfutecTStales'Sugar The Indians worlr for the prevail-
;, ing" the : .
Hall building, and those qualifiedmay
; tion, the Clewiston Realty 'corpora-1 of 122762994. The banking) register to vote in the coming!i flying'cadets, ;: I ing ;wags rate for ,the kind of work:

velopment Corporation ,and the house, furniture and fixtures isl : Short swimming exhibitions, a in which they are employed. This '

Sugarland Park Corporation, not so f valued at, $4,720.29. Loans and diS-1 election to. chose All over three the city age of commissioners 21-i i cricket match,. Softball and soccer I: rate is set ''by the federal govern-_

much to protest'' the valuations placed counts amount to $70,861.17. made up, the program of the day. ment. They asked that they be allowed -
who have resided In the state 'onp.1
far the larger part of the -bonds and J Cadets were assigned as escorts 'to work hours daily 6
on certain lands, properties--and t9 10 daysa
i and in the city of Clewiston
subdivisions, but in the interest of notes owned by the bank, are government -!months year are qualified to register and 61! show visitors around the field and week. ,_, !r, :_. .
obligations, as the bank has took advantage of the "
keeping taxes as low as possible on I I vote in, city elections. The books many opportunity r The Indians insisted on being per-,
been a consistent purchaser of war I I
to viewthe plant for the
the golf course and aviation field I I I mitted to live in their own manner,
bonds. U' I be-fore II first time, ,_, --I'-' f'-I'; I II
which not a of income _
were, source i 'I I and so they have been permitted p

but which were established and The bank is capitalized at $15,000; r This year the terms of F. Dean'e'Duff 'I The Second Anniversary; celebra set up a camp just outside town,

maintained for the benefit of, the has a surplus of $35,000 and undivided 'I tion started with a festive dance' where they have made their own
!, profits of $19,919.49. I, E. E. Kelly and J., A. Mc- '
public. ': given by the cadets at Sugailand kind of shacks-a platform of poles
I ,_ ...L- Gehee, three of the five members of I
After much debate and explanations I. commission The I Park Auditorium. A 15-piece dance ,and rough boards with a roof of
the city expire. '
:Mr. Owen appeared to be satisfied Report Men AcceptedFor .1 band from Miami furnished music, palmetto fans., They have access to
other two members are M. W. Big
I, to have the assessment valuation Ia cabaret show featuring several the Receiving Station showers and
: I and 'R. Y. Patterson.. ...
of $4,800 on the 160-acre golf Service L ': popular entertainers from Miaminightclubs : toilet facilities.
course and $104,000 on the more II Military I In order for any, candidate's t attracted a big crowd.' .J.
Josie Billy, Seminole medicine anand'
than 30 Sugarland houses and lots '-- I name' to appear on the city ballot,I The dance was for the benefit of the leader
accompanied the
stand as it 'was. ,The equalization Reports from the military induc- there' must be a petition endorsing I RAF Benevolent Fund. and 'acts as group leader among group

session lasted until past noon and the this l candidacy, filed with the city
tion center at Camp Blanding to the them. He requests that 'Clewis tOll

board then adjourned as an equal Hendry County selective service office by July 24th. The' petition\,South Clewiston Has residents operate with the Indian
sation ( must bear the' signatures of at least
board and took a recess until .
board announce the acceptance of 16 agent. and the sugar corporation in
1:30 p. m., after fifty voters. The form of petition to
accepting the tax
white and 7 Hen-
men negroes New Red Cross Room the experiment to employ the Seminoles -
Toll]. ,as submitted by County Assessor I Abe used can be secured at the City
dry County during the past two I for field labor, and particul-
Dennis Small amounting to $6,643- Hall, since the charter specifies a .
weeks. The men were in quotas arly to remember that there are,
006.) definite wording for the petition. It
.... made up of selectees and volunteers, A new surgical dressing center I II strict state and federal laws pro:

I The roll when broken down, reads] ,who left for induction into service also specifies that no person shall was established, for the ladies residing hibiting the selling, giving or trans-

as follows: two weeks. ago. sign petitions endorsing more than I in South Clewiston at their request ferring alcoholic liquor in any form,
three candidates the office.
ALands reverted to the State', The white men accepted include: this week. The new room is (Continued on Vage 8)

\ ,under Chapter 18296, $154,810.00. Clyde W/ Stephens,. Clewiston Wil-. City elections are held every other, located \11,1 the Holiness Community j I

i, B. County Tax Certificate lands j Ham Dennis Dana LaBelle; Claytoni \year, and three of the five membersof Church, through the help and co-i,

.(Non Exempt) ; $156,100.00.t I Ray--mood I the commission are elected at operation of the pastor, the Rev. J. Square Dance Friday

C. County Tax Certificate lands| each election. The two candidates I. Cain. A.I
Howard -
highest number of Round Dance Next VI eek
i receiving the '
J' ; ,' (Continued on page 8) 'I Surrency, Clewiston; William I Mrs. W,, H. Lanier, surgical

), I Henry Carver, LaBelle; Lewis Car- votes are elected for four year terms,I ing chairman, and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson -

mon Kelly, Hector Munselle Stone, and the candidate receiving the third ; chairman, assisted -
Farmers Meet To Plan I high number of votes is elected for! chapter were Another square dance will be
Clewiston; Robert Lee Yoemans, Wit a two year.terin.. by Rev. Cain in making arrange- given tomorrow (Saturday) night at

'- Celery Planting in Fall( Ham H. Taylor, Tilliam Reeves ments for the, new 'center. I. the Sugarland Park Recreation

Waters, LaBelle; Harold Dean Duke, 'The exact date for the election summer
with ladiesof a'series
I Mrs. Lanier met the : Center, as one of of -
:-.J' ,I Campbell E. Nail, Richard B. Owen, will be set by the ,commission after South Clewiston at the church( dances planned by the recrea-

A number Clewiston and Samuel Reeves Rider petitions of candidates for the office '
,- of Glades County farmers I yesterday afternoon and, instructed : tion committee.
.. attended a meeting, called by LaBelle.Of are filed. The number of can them in one type of bandage. Serv-II The last dance was very

'E. B. O'Kelly, general ,agricultural the above group five were ac- didates to qualify determines whether ing supervisors of the new room successful and square the one tomorrow'

", agent of the Atlantic Coast Line cepted into, the Navy: Campbell E. a primary election is held priorto are Mrs. Don Pullen and Miss Ruby II, will be conducted on the same 'plan.
Railroad, for the purpose of pro- Nail; Richard B. Owen; Harold the regular I Forster.. Music will be furnished by Thomas'

' moting an extensive planting of celery Dean Duke, William ,H. Taylor and ----- -- Ten ladies were present the first Sugar Billies,. and dancing will be

," locally this fall. Robert Lee' Yoemans. Triplets Can Get afternoon and worked all afternoon I from 9 till 1, an extra hour having

The meeting was held at the The negroes accepted were Frank learning the proper method of been added to the dancing time. Ad-

Clewiston Inn Wednesday morning, Knight, Albert Lee Ward, ClarenceL. Free Trip to TampaAre making the sponges assigned to I mission is fifty 'cents for service-

and was attended by E.: B. Lawrence, Moore, and Leroy Jenkins of them. Others have indicated their men and members, and seventy-five

-assistant freight traffic manager .jf Clewiston', into the Navy; j. c. I I interest and state they will work at cents for nonmembers.Next .

the railroad company, J. E. Frier- Grant, John Lee Lewis and Luther there: any triplets in these the center on other days, but were I Saturday, July 17th, there

. son, J. E. Beardsley, W. S. Bowdon, Moore Clewiston. into the Army.' parts? If so, the/ can get a free unable to attend, the first meeting. will be another monthly round

C. E. Miner and others.At \ Reports on additional men who trip' tq Tampa-all expenses paid-I Those who worked yesterday were I I dance, music being furnished by Mor-

the time, there was discussion transferred to other boards for in- to be guests, at a triplet launching of Mrs. Pullen, Miss Forster, Mrs. E'I i I ris Weiss' 8-piece Miami orchestra,

of two possible locations for a celery duction have not yet been receivedin B. Bethea, Mrs. T. J. Adams. which proved very popular with
sometime in July. The
new ships
packing and pre-cooling plant., Places the Hendry County office., F. F, Knowles, Mrs. E. J. local dancers here last month. This

mentioned were a' plant place adjoining I party is being arranged by the l\Tc-I'Mrs. J. A. Cain, Mrs. N. F.,JenkinS'1 dance will continue from 10 till 2

.J the Shirley Bowden place and EXTENDS RADIO SERIES Closkey shipyards in Tampa with Mrs. W. H. Harn and Mrs. and admission will be $1.00 for

the point where the old Clewlston the Fort Myers News-Press sponsoring Gann. i iI servicemen and' members and 1.50'

road crosses the railroad. !',' The National Broadcasting Com- the participation of any, tripletsin I l I for non-members.

ad"I pany has extended the half-hour Southwest Florida.There's t A special spring, testing machine i The recreation committee has also -

I I coast to coast radio series on nursing with almost human qualities has i arranged for Guest Nights on

;,,. Okeechobee, and it is quite likely.. 1 j I entitled "That They Might Live," no age limits on the trip- Wednesday. Any member may

'.. that a large portion of the Diston Island which is on the air each Sunday! from lets-they can be young, or old: industrial. -j')I bring guests. bowling is open at the

Drainage District land will be I 12:30 noon to 1 p.' m., Eastern WarTime Triplets from all over the state will springs for various types of projectiles -: bowling alleys and bingo games are

planted to celery this falL I Iin j jf Wednesday night.fr,1'THE j
be guests of the shipyard for the, day.! i: progress every




Uncle PkHPaul

Allies' Italo-Balkan, Moves. Factor G .UO :

In Baffling: Axis on Invasion Plans ; OR W.EA. ON
Secret of success: Bite off more

U. S. Moves to Solve Corn Shortage; han;,t. you can chew-and then chc/r

Washington, D. C. New Yorkers

Russ War Stepped Up on Orel SectorEDITOR'S NEW FAR EASTERN DRIVEIt Are Talking About: npry Hate with you other noticed people that it's when"righteous you're

now seems certain that we will Richard Tregaskis, INS corre- ndignation.." But when other people

( NOTES When opinion In these columns they are those of concentrate on the Far East to a spondent and author of the click, Ire awry with you, it's just "badem
,: Western Newspaper Union'. news analysts and not necessarily of this newspaper.) much greater degree than most peo- "Guadalcanal Diary," is due back per."

_____________ Released by Western Newspaper Union. plo expected. soon-with a new manuscript. His A woman's idea of a leL-handed

U. S. naval officials had. been privately royalties on "Canal" are over $60,000 :ompliment is a wedding,ring.A .

TEJLEFACTNATIONAL skeptical of British co-opera- A few years ago he was ped-
: tion in the ,Far East and never ex- dling sewing machines during a man has no right to have

INCOME AND WAR pected Churchill to come through. Summer vacation to pay the nextyear's pinions of the things of which he
and Roosevelt both mows nothing.Too .
However he tuition at Harvard Her-

agreed that the time had arrivedfor bert Clyde Lewis was a rewrite man many people s.... nt yesterday
vigorous operations to stop the over at the Herald Trib' not many that they uere going to sate tomorrow.
Japs before they dug in 'so deeplyon weeks ago. One night he did a piecefor

the Pacific islands that it would the mags, but all spurned it .
WAR eXPENDITURES take years to dislodge them. Except Whit Burnett at Story Maga- 'Twas Too Late Then for

00000 oo The British have now given def- zine .Paid the top price, too Stammerer to Take TimeAs

inite commitments, regarding cer- $50 Lewis needed that $50 .
tain operations. This is important.It You may have read it The
that the British do not the train sped on its way, the
so happens title: "Two Faced Quilligan" .
'U.S.A..h OOoOOXWX promise easily. Our own top strate- 20th Century Fox bought it for shy-looking, little man leaned for-

gists are inclined to make promises $25,000-and now Lewis is out thereat ward and tapped the big man opposite

BRITAIN quickly, but sometimes have to ex- the studio scribbling thingat on the knee.

plain them away when conditions $750 per Jimmy Durante, How-: "Your bbbhe began, andit

m .e..... @@@ change and it is obvious they cannotbe ever, probably never will amount to was obvious he was making a

kept. But the British, though I, much as a litree man Cosmopolitan big effort to control his stammer.The .
GERMANY Each( symbol| represents 10% of notional income awfully hard to pin down, have absolutely asked him to jot down 300 other man smiled" gently.
kept their agreements when words on "What Is Wrong With "Now, take it slowly, he said.

[ CORN once made. Women?" and he. can't get started, "Yes, b-b-but your bbbthe
: : man gulped.
What these commitments are remain claiming he can't find nothin' wrong
Balkan Powder KegThe '42 Loans CalledFirst a military secret. However, wid 'em Jan Valtin 'can't sella "No hurry, old chap," said the
big man, winking'at the others in
certain moves which are known to line until reviewed by :Mr. Whisk-
summary closing and openingof steps in a program to solve, all, including the Japs, should give the coach; "just take a deep
the Turko-Syrian frontier withina the increasingly serious corn sup- ers. breath andCrash -"

48-hour span by the ,Allied com- ply situation came when the government Tokyo is plenty accident to that worry Admiral about. Nim-Forit !. His words ended in, ayelp
and impor- formally called loans on no CBS keeps its commentators on of
had his
mand presaged new itz commander in the Pacific has pain as bag' up in the
Medi- bushels of 1942 corn the breathless list by telling them to
tant military moves, as the 47,000,000 crop been recalled for conferences r overbalanced and. struck him
terranean area from Italy to the effective July 15. The governmenthad that the insatiable Australian ; or be ready for overseas assignment on squarely on the head.MEXSANA.
Balkans had tensed for oncoming ac previously used deliveries of prime 24 hours' notice If you have
minister has said he satis-
tion. grain through liquidation of 1938-41 now was $10,000,000 you can buy the Blue
Increasing evidence that the Axis' loans to restore the operations of fied; or that was taken. Network.
All these straws in the wind pointto
much-vaunted Balkans bastion mightbe two closed-down processing plants. r P
hitting Japan from many different
instead came in The corn loan move was describedas will unveil FORMERLY
a powder keg directions Alaska Australia Bur- Life Story mag soon MEXICAN HEAI POWDER
the form of reports from Ankara that "only an immediate palliative, what it calls a racket. It will slam
ma and the Central Pacific.
Rumania had sounded out the Al- not the final answer to the prob- the fortune-tellers, allegedly preyingon
This offensive in the Far East
lies on armistice terms.: From An- lem," and it.was stated that effortsto be may war mothers and kin ". It Fowl Bullets -
substitute for second frontin
one a
kara, too, came steadily mounting find a solution would continue. western Europe. It not reminds us of the wealthy man Electrocuted fowl are fired at

proof of Turkey's closer friendshipwith The government's action came as knock Hitler out of the war may quiteso whose hobby was fortune-tellers high speeds into glass panels in

the United Nations. The appointment the War Food administration and soon, but it may make the two One day about 12 years ago he was order to test. the newly' developed

of Brig. 'Gen. Richard G. Commodity Credit corporation received wars-in ,Europe and Asia finish at having his fortune told and the teUI I "bird-proof" airplane windshields.
Tindell as American military at- a request from the Corn In- the time. er asked: "Are you building a big
more nearly same
tache in Ankara and the dispatch of dustries Research foundation for either home?" "Why yes!" he said

a contingent of Turkish fliers to complete lifting of federal price "Well," she told him, "whenit WIutSu/?

America for special training were ceilings on grain or the impositionof SAVING UNCLE SAM'S SHEKELS is ,finished-you will die!" ,
significant steps in this direction. 'ceilings on hogs. Meanwhile J. Here is a simple suggestion which He 'and 'his family have been livingin RHEUMATISMHEURITIS
B. Hutson, director of the Commodity' would save the government millions: ,
Reports from Axis sources had reflected it since-but he has never really
Credit corporation, said that 25 As the law stands, a man cominginto LUMBAGO
increasing official bafflementover had it finished Workmen are -.
the Allies' next moves. After million bushels of privately owned the government cannot be hired instructed to keep .adding this and

telling its listeners of "many land- corn in grain elevators would be for the figure 'of $5,000 or $6,000, but 'that to it -. They build a new
ing craft concentrating from African seized for plants manufacturing byproducts must get one or another of the fixed wing-or change 'a room-and will

coasts toward Pantelleria and the for war uses, unless "cropscan government ratings, such as $4,600or never,really "finish it."

massing of a million troops for an be moved off 'farms." $5,600 or $6,500. ...
Many a man has come to Washington -
Italian invasion," the :Rome radio, RUSSIA : from the business world in the Add earaches: The society ma- JB It IN GS IB UE3SEDJ JR E LIE JF|
had broadcast a report that "large tron in swank who audibly
a spot I
last few years, willing to work for Large;: Bottiill! binmal'1Si] 1I Size
British forces ,were concentratingalong Orel to Forefront $5,000. But there is no government groaned that the war.was ruiningher IT Ul COOt) OltOK sinus ii IT JAIL n' ficiiil U,,rica

the southern frontier of Tur- A. stepping-up of land activities rating at that figure, so he is of- dinner parties. She simply McNEIL DRUG CO,Inc.
key." / couldn't get initialed matchbox,covers 530 Broad Str..t-Jacksonville.Florida
reported the Russian front
was on fered $4,600, and if he won't take
Observers for, months had known with especially, heavy fighting reported that, he must be paid $5,600. any more! "Watch on the
that large numbers of Allied troops in the Orel sector. Here Rhine," the Lillian Hellman prizewinner '
Likewise, if he is a $7,000 man, Odor of Flowers
had been training in Syria. .Lyingin Russian troops defending a strategic was written around actual
'the eastern corner of the Mediter- newly won bridgehead willing to work forthat figure but events in the life of a man named More than 90 per cent, of all
were reported not for less, he ,must be given $3,000. in the world
ranean, Syria offered an effective to have beaten off eight German : Katz A gov't film now being species _of flowers
base for operations against Crete, counterattacks.It Literally hundreds of men have made is called "The Fall of Italy" have either an unpleasant' odor or

the Italian-held Dodecanese islands, was reported that strong forma-, come into the War Production at -. Joseph 'E. Davies refused to none at all. -

Greece proper or other Axis pointsin tions of Soviet planes had broken up salaries $500 or $1,000 more than broadcast from Russia or write arti-

the Balkans. German formations supporting Nazi they would have'accepted, simply cles for high U. S.fees. "I am onlya

tank because the Reclassification Act of letter carrier," he said Tip-
and infantry units. The Ger-
BUREAUCRATS: 1923 establishes the figures of $4,600, off on the Argentine situation: "Con-.
mans, however, were reported bring-
$5,600 and $6,500 with no elasticity.The allowed as I s w .t .
Nazi is not
fessions of a Spy"
Congress ComplimentsThe ing up reinforcements in an effortto same waste results in the field
shown there.
much-criticized home front forestall the possibility of Rus- of promotion.' To keep good men to be 1t

government bureaus were given a sian 'flanking movements against these days, government agenciesare
friendly pat on the back and a virtual Orel, strategic Nazi-held base mid- obliged give promotions with- Notes 'of an

clean bill of health when the house way between Moscow and Kharkov. out waiting for the 2% year period Innocent Bystander:

appropriations committee approved Heaviest fighting was reported in the required by' Civil Service.So The Magic Lanterns: "The Rus-

appropriations of $2,939,441,504 for 18 vicinity of Mtsensk, 30 miles north- the agencies resort to eva- sian Story" is a record of ten cen-
civilian east of Orel.Russian the turies of that nation's struggles
war agencies, including the sion. They reclassify employeby
Office of Price Administration and air forces continued their writing tIp a new job for him against invaders. If you want to
the Office of War Information efforts to disrupt Nazi supply con- at a higher salary level. He mightbe know how far the Nazis have strayed I

In making public its highly com- centrations by striking at four rail- satisfied with a $500 raise, but from civilization-watch their troopsat

plimentary report on the work of road junctions over which German reclassification means that he getsat Smolensk advancing behind wom-

these agencies, the committee ad- !supplies and reinforcements must least $900 more, or even $1,500 en and children.,

mitted that mistakes had been' made move for the BryanskOrelSmolenskarea. more.

and will be made, but denounced The junctions were Roslavl, A simple change in the law would The Networks: Dinah Shore with

those who 'criticize "without knowl- Unecha, Vladislavoka and Novo- save hundreds of dollars in thou- Paul Whiteman and his, wizards,

edge of the tremendous burdens zybkhov. sands of cases. Summering in the .spot vacated by
Edger ,Bergen, are as good a half
thrown on agency heads and of the
PACIFIC : find the dials .
AMERICAN TAXIDRIVERSSome hour as you'll on \
great strides made in putting the ,1
United States on a war footing." ..13toRecord political prognosticators say Correspondent Wallace Carroll on

"The you can predict the outcome of U. S. "We, the People" revealed how ... ',
of criticism that
type serves With all indications
pointing Pierre Laval picks a few extra
elections by the reaction of taxi- up gad
only to create public distrust in the toward major and land
engage- drivers. However, he character of francs. His print shop, Carroll reported -
agencies is not helpful to the war ments looming in the Pacific, air' gets out the Nazi forgeries
taxi-drivers further ,
effort," the committee's report, said. activities still held the center of the may go even ,
and be an index of the general hon- "Easy ,Aces" celebrates 13 l
OIL PACT : war stage in this theater. esty and temperament of the Amer- years on\the air. A pair of Aces, !
Most dramatic of all
engagementswas remains good bet.
ican people. it seems,
Navy Cancels DealThe that fought out over the Solo- OWI's Katherine' C. Blackburn I'f
mons when American planes shot
\ tempest over the navy depart-' struck a hopping mad taxi-driver in The Magazines: Somerset Maug- f
ment's contract with the StandardPil down 77 Jap aircraft over Guadal- New York the other day. He had ham in Red Book observes that when .
canal while losing only six of their soldiers sure glad to :
O Our are
London being bombed from sun-
in was
Company of California for just found $1,200 war savings
operation other
own. This 13-to-l score turned in by ',FLIT and all our ,
of the Elk Hills naval oil reserve stamps which somebody had left in up to sundown, the detective navel get insecticides. :
American combat fliers in the super-slaying
Solo- !
subsided when Secretary his cab. When he traced the "fare" won added popularity. Imagine that: They're real weapons of war on
who have heretofore
mons included '
Frank Knox announced cancellation and returned the stamps, 'all he got With suspense showered on the Brit many insect-infested battle- ,
army, navy and marine pilots was had to look for it in I
ishers they
of the agreement.The was congratulations on his honestyand fronts.
decision to cancel followed regarded as the best ever recordedin a 25-cent'' tip. books! The startler in Fortune Their'spray of death kills many I
a a single air action anywhere.But Luce her hus- foul foreign insects just as FLIT l
legal ruling by the department of "I'll never be honest again! he (published by Henry hereat
planes were not idle blitzes household pests
ClareLuce's your
declared band) is the reference to
that the
justice proposed elsewhere.
arrange- Liberator bombers made home! .
ment exceeded the authority granted their second heaviest raid of the war This brought him'and Miss Black- "globaloney" as "ill-man- FLIT has the highest rating
by 'law, 'a navy announcementsaid. on Jap-held Kendari, on Celebes island burn to the Ritz Carlton. She got nered. established for household insecticides ,

Norman' H. Littell, assistant 850'miles northwest of Dar-- out, paid her fare, and tripped into by the National Bureauof J
attorney general, testifying beforethe win Australia the hotel. While she was still in Lieut. James Burchard, formerly Standards...the AA Rating l!
damaging airdromes
the her with the World-Telegram (and now Insist on FLIT...the r
house public lands committee, ond lobby, somebody tapped on
destroying planes parked the
on double-A killer. Buy abottle
staff of Stars and Stripes at
said that a department report sentto ground.In the elbow. on the
"Excuse miss said voice Algiers) is probably the first to be, -totfay!
the White House had concludedthat China, a military me, a ""
"but left furs in taxi!" divorced via V-Mail His wife
the navy's agreement with the Generalissimo Chiang Kai-'. hek you your my ..
to fill out but
sent him some forms ,
oil company was "illegal and in charged that the Japanese again
valid." C On the average of once a day, they apparently'were lost or sunken
were employing poison in their
Colonel Knox declared that his operations in Suiyan gas province. somebody with a screw loose triesto route Mrs. Burchard then
see Secretary of State Hull. One put the 'necessary papers on a V-let-
own investigation of the agreement Meanwhile Chiang's forces claimednew e.pr34!
established that "no improprietieshad successes, including the such, called to explain to Hull his ter and sent them to her husband &.uao anc.r d
recap method of stopping torpedoes. He He signed them-mailed them
been employed by either partyto ture of strategic towns south of the
the negotiations." Yangtze river. was stopped by '"a secretary. back-and the divorce was granted.

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THeres a. be..utifu) vine.

old l iI
fcn I
on The setting of a jelly can be I For a, spring dessert how about

In all of the corners it hastened by placing the mold in a rhubarb shortcake? Serve rosy ,

pan of cold water. rhubarb sauce over slightly hot
wanders Md
clings.It .
biscuits made with a bit of' sugar

loves the old house. MEMO$00 A cloth dipped in linseed oil and added to flour.

wiped over a polished surface will *
into beauty almost-
improve the appearance. Mayonnaise used on sandwiches

God certainly thought of should be thick enough to preventits

!> '''''.' '+t: ,4. ".'V" .. !?fi wan.'n1 4\\vL N "aoe.0.rM IMT/2 One-fourth,teaspoon lemon juice running out at the sides. "
= :
wonde.rful s '> ,
wr ; ,
some f added to each cup of heavy cream *

thinqs. rJ o will hasten whipping. Rub bacon fat over the skins of
t'1CI'f,! potatoes before they are put into
Frozen meats should not be the oven to bake. Then the skins

thawed before cooking. Soaking will not crumble or break, and

them to hasten defrosting impairsthe I will have a delicious flavor. Eat

flavor.: the skins with the potatoes.
.. WNU Features.

.. Use Woven Rags for



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RAZOR BLADES : .1r 1 1 IU II r I am not Qualifying a politician, and my

other habits
are good.ArtemusVard.
c / } TEAR ,
Single or ooubio EAre ', :. 'i WITH A .
' HEN I BLADES The Blade.0nlst.ndln Value QUICK JERH i y I

'.':.. Learn From Gestures TO BE 'ii ND i'C
;; ,: Deaf-mutes are now employed ; PENCIL WHEN TWISTED MATERIAL I
;{: as instructors in an airplane fac- SEPARATELY

/.." tory in California. because new tAP3/a MIXED ;5A'

,:: workers have been found to learn STRIPS : \ ERS
their job more quickly from ges- ? 'i k } 'a. '" % I LONG u
l '' >:'p}.y G ')w'a'wate"41w 7i..' l.. FOLD ,
' tures than from spoken words. AND SE1J

i ).o>::r.v',,.< y !): ,.: .'.'. &K. ., .. ,:,:! an American of pioneer t
.,., .., .. MANY
l l : :::.x u :.Nk::: .n background can remember

Joseph ASPIRINWORLDS Use 'a Water-Bath for Canning Tomatoes, FruitsSee when all the floors in the house

t ( Recipe Below) except the parlor were covered

UARGESTASELURiAT'tO? with woven rag rugs and carpets. Crime's PunishmentFear

Try Canning! A Today the local weaver with a rug follows crime and is its
,t White Markets Your Canning Shelf loom is flourishing in many com- punishment.-Voltaire.

l{:": Japan,' too, it seems, is bothered Many homemakers who have nev-' munities.The .

'.'" with black markets, but there er done so before will be hard at' *Tomatoes modern weaver has an as-

>: ., they are called white markets. work doing some Beets Peas sortment of colors in warp and

jJ-: old fashioned Green Beans filler that may be used with the SNAPPY FACTS

"putting up" this Spinach Corn that have prepared in the
rags you
i summer. Not only Recipe given manner shown here. About one

will it'be econom- and three quarter pounds of sewn I

4: HOT FlASHES ical to put up I: rags' will be required for a square,
great loss of vitaminsand
}> may cause a WJtiRUBBER
I your own Victorygarden's 'I yard of carpet. Rugs may be
If you suffer from hot flashes, dizziness d _surplus, either cotton or wool but do not
distress of "Irregularities", are it will be Processing Foods.
weak, nervous, Irritable, blue at but also use both in the same rug. The .
times-due to the functional a vital step in Fruits and vegetables need processing rags should be soft and clean and J

"middle-age" period In a woman's stretching those precious points next which means the applicationof hems or uneven finishes should be A chain of rest stations Is rising ;
life-try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- across northern Brazil
heat to the for certain g,
product a
table Compound-the best-known winter. ,removed. Dye white rags the colors along the route of workers
medicine you can buy today that's Canning's simpler, today and muchof definite period of time. You justcan't you wish to predominate. trekking into the _Amazon
made especially women. occurred formerly put fruit into jars, seal and Basin of
Plnkham's Compound has helped the spoilage that a e gateway Belem to
thousands upon thousands of wom- can be prevented if the homemaker store and expect them to stay in increase collection of wild
NOTE-It is possible, to make a great
en'to relieve such annoying symp- checks the causes of spoil- perfect condition. rubber. They provide medicalaid
variety of floor coverings from odds and
toms.'Follow label directions. Pink-
for Water-Bath, Method.In ends of hand. Books 9 and 10 and other human comforts -
ham's Compound Is worth, trying age. There's a reason : every things on
"_ ) type of spoilage, and what's more some cases,. when pressure of the series offered with these articles to the 50,000 additional
contain fascinating new designs for hooked workers being recruited for
mast, cookers are not obtainable water- .
important, every one of them can be /a
and braided rugs. In Book 7 there is a the Amazon rubber forces. ;
w I prevented if she's ca_ ;eful, bath may be used rug made from old felt hats and school
for vegetables and pennants. Books are 15 cents each. Order The rubber normally,used In onemonth's
F rr ,First, it's not smart to use left-
meats. However, booklets direct from: manufacture of baby pants
+ CONsiipTlO.N over produce that you wouldn't eat the water-bath is can make 2800 rubber lifeboats

at the table. Select,only prime fruit for ocean-going planes.A .
SLOW YOU UP and vegetables in perfect condition. more preferable ,, MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
tomatoes 4 check of 7,200 farm-owned
Bedford Dills
New York
9 When bowels are sluggish and you Best quality goes into commercial
Drawer 10 trucks showed that only 25
feel irritable, headachy, do millions (which are acid, "t' ,1
as canning, and so it should for home
cent of the tires them
do and Enclose 15 cents for each book per on
r -chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem technically a
. chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew canning. Get out into, the garden fruit) and fruits. desired. were good; 54 per cent were

:. r FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed, early in the morning to get vegeta- Name ...............,. ............ fair; and 21 per cent were
'i taking only in accordance with package bles and fruits and can immediately, To make a water bath, use a large in poor condition.
directions sleep without being dis- or if you market, tie a bandana on wash boiler or deep vessel fitted Address ......................eo eo.. '

\ tu-bed. Next morning gentle, thorough your hair and go out early in the with, a .rack made of laths, perforated p'7.
relief, helping feel swell
: you again. Try material or galvanized wire.
: FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is bandy morning to get your produce whileit's "
' and economical,A'generous family supply still fresh.Cleanliness Have a tight fitting cover.
Place prepared jars on the rack Odors and Bacteria
; costs only is another important
r: 1
which must hold them at least Vz
f EELi4WNT 10'IIi factor Remember that food spoilsfor
10 inch above bottom of the
Numerous wholesome odors that
> other reasons than that'the jar is
., The water bath should be filled with
P. emanate from various substancesor
' : not air-tight. More spoilage than you
}1: ', '" Million .to Billion .ever dreamed of can result from not boiling water which comes at leastan permeate the air of large areas O

:,;< ',' The ratio of a million to a bil- washing the ,food properly'and, discarding inch or two above the tops of are produced by the present or

,,;;.. ': lion is the same as that of a cent bruised or imperfect vegeta- the jars. Jars on the rack should past. action of bacteria, says Col-' e eIt

to a ten-dollar bill. bles and fruits. Be sure to peel the not touch each other. Start counting lier's. Among them are the bou-

food, if ,it is to be peeled,' so thatno processing time as soon as water quet of wines, the fragrances of

r dirt and the bacteria that lurk in around jars begins to bubble, and perfumes and the flavors of fine Y

RHEOrJU\TIC I PAIN it get rubbed in the product as it is keep it boiling during entire process-. tobacco, butter and cheeses; also
w ing period. If necessary, add boiling 4
.. peeled. the smells of the sea beach, a
.. Need not Spoil your Day-Get after it How water, if it boils away, for, the 6
Don't off C-2223 Work wood in winter, a newly'tilled field
put getting to relieve as quickly as p'o'ssiblevith be
;;:" ''!,- :' pain of muscular rheumatism the food once it's started on its water must always boiling at and the earth after a rain. -
f ;: :> and other rheumatic pains. Caution: way least an inch above the tops of the i
i (;'.', "' Use only as directed. First bottle to the can. Flat

.;;.:i,_'... purchase price back if not satisfied. sour, which oc- jars.Here are some recipes for com- '

tf+ < 60c and $1.00. Today buy C2223.Externally. curs in vegetables mon fruits and vegetables: .

can often i *Tomatoes. .

n develop in vege- J Scald tomatoes in boiling water 1

'.1/J4CJ tables, for example minute. Soak in cold water 1 minute Save
Caused if the jars in
Relieve fiery itching and which the pre- peel, core, quarter and pack
into clean sterile jars. Add
allay further irritation' with cooked food ispla'ce wa-
active,specially medicatedESINot ter. Add a teaspoon of salt to each'
Free stand 'too long before proc- quart of tomatoes. ,Put on band and '
Bungle essing. Too much delay in han- 'screw band firmly tight. Process in \
Rasino174, dling food from e
one step to the other '
Bello., +td. hot water bath for 35 minutes. 1 ',
*Peas. ', '
ifir I \
'YNU-7 26 43 Shell, grade peas, using only '- '' '
Lynn, Says prime quality. Pre-cook 3 to 7 min.utes J -
Every minute counts inwartime.
depending on size. Pack loose,
Successful Canning: It is easy ly, adding hot water to within 1 inchof That's why so
t! to do the many thousands of busy ar. R'E
right thing with foods to top. Adjust cap and process in ADY-rt'
be put up in cans if you know the pressure cooker, 60 minutes at 10 families depend on t ,, -
Kellogg's Hakes for '
principles and follow directions. 180 minutes in \ "
pounds, or hot water ." ", '
Follow the slogan, "two hours bath. fast,easy-toftr(butnutri- .- ? ",., .. .'
For You To Feel Well 'tiousbreakfastslunches! r" "'
from "
garden to kettle. Use only Beets
24 hours every day 7 days Great for bed.
week, never stopping, the kidneys every filter fresh, firm, ripe rather than over- Use small, uniform beets. Wash suppers.
waste matter from the blood. time snacks, too. .
If ripe produce. Wash all foods carefully. Leave the roots and stems
more people were aware of how the
kidneys must constantly remove BUT carefully before attempting any long. Boil 15 minutes. Plunge into
plus fluid, excess acids and other waste preparation.Check SAVE WORK-FUEL-
matter that cannot stay in the blood cold water, remove the skins and
without Injury to health; there would jars, rubbers if used, and pack into clean jars. Add 2 tea- OTHER FOODS, TOOIKellogg's '
be better understanding of why the caps along with equipment be- of salt and
whole system is upset when kidneys taU! spoons sugar to
to function properly. fore you start canning. Work at each quart jar if desired. Fill to 1 pCOR'

Burning sometimes,scanty warns or too that frequent something urination the range as much as possibleto within Vz inch ,of top, with boiling

is wrong. You may suffer nagging backache save time between steps. Have water. Put on cap, screwing band '. t': '
headaches dizziness!, rheumatic sterile jars on side of $ ) J
pains, getting up at nights, swelling. range, firmly tight. Process in, hot-water c N
J Why not try Dean's PIlls You will fill them from kettle on stove (or bath 120 minutes or in pressure .V :4uau

be country using over.a medicino Doan't stimulate recommended the functIon the- from colander near stove, if using -' cooker 40 minutes at 10 pounds.Are '
of the kidneys and help them to fruit which is not pre-cooked), F.LA K E S
flush out poisonous waste from the 'and place immediately in water you having difficulties planning
blood. They contain -- -
Get Doan today. Use nothing with confidence.harmfuL bath or pressure cooker or oven. meals with points? Stretching your meats? ..l.c".i:
At all drug sto es. Lynn Chambers can give you help if you / Corn Flakes are re1rr::r ? ... ...:T--
Jars should be washed in
a pan write her, enclosing a stamped, self-ad stored to WHOLE GRAIN NOTRITIVE ,7".ra, y: Jl/r ;- ,;y '
of '
soapy suds and scalded, in- dressed envelope for your reply, in care VALUES of Thiamli
verted on a clean towel until (Vitamin Bi),Niacln' and Iron.
of her at Western Newspaper Union, 210 .111 Iall.l.. ..11.-.111.
_ _
used. Street
South Desplaines Chicago, Illinois.
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News ..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:A*%:..%/W:..%A4%:.%**.*%*V:W%:*A :..*4.%.:..:..:..: :..: :.. :..:..:..:+) the submarine we may be able soon made on application blanks obtainedat
The Clewiston
::: .. *:: to remove sugar and. possibly coffee filling stations, which are to be

: =i= TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY :i: later from the ration list." filled out and mailed to ration

Published every Friday in Clewiston, boards.: New books will be issued '
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS,, Meat, Cheese; Etc.
TDC. f a. .1.1Y Book 2 red- stamp P valid until for use starting-July 22. _" .

end of July; Q becomes valid July, 4. Fuel Oil :.
Period 1 coupons in the new' fuel -S't,
Y Processed Fruits and Vegetables .
;i Book 2 blue stamps K, L and M oil rations became valid July 1 and -

..j: RUSSELL KAY JI expire 7 N P last through' January 3, 1944, with
Entered as second class mall matter f By July ,; stamps and Q value set at +10 gallons '
per house-
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In remain valid through August 7.
Clewiston, Florida under the Act of ::: : 'a ;; Cr4E Secretary Florida Press Association :!: ...----- \ hold coupon in. the 33 states under
March 3, 1897.Subscription I I fuel oil rationing. Last
... ._ ..._ ._.._.._.._.._.._.._.._....._.__.._.._..._.._.. ... ... ...._...... : . ;. Sugar year's period
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..: :.: : : ; ; ; ; ; ; ; -. .- .-..-..-................ .- -J 5 coupons are valid through Sep-

.Rate $Z.OO Per Year Sometimes it is.,a good idea toj i.'your $100 Liberty Bond for $110 on t Book 1 stamp 13 good for 5 tember 30 ; they are worth 10 gal-
pounds through August
15; stamps[ Ions each on household rations
Advertising Rates On Application. stop and count your change and see I a furniture order.-Haircuts were 15 and '16 good for 5 and
pounds each for
where you stand. As a nation we I advertised at 25c each-w'e didn.'tl) home canning.. 100 gallons each on institutionaltype :

are inclined to forget easily and i I have a Barber Board in those days. throughout the East and also,
Devoted to advancement, and welfare situa- :- in Washington,, Oregon, Kentucky
when confronted trying. -The Tampa Tribune proudly an-
of Clewiston and Hendry County. Coffee rationed
tions or problems view them as' new nounced on its masthead, Circulation I southern counties of Ohio
and alarming.: 16,500. .. Book' 1 stamp 21 good for one Illinois, Missouri and Kansas. Worth ,

I The past few weeks have .seen Rubber companies were using pound 'through July .21 ;; stamp 22 11 and 110 gallons in rest of rationed .. ):;:;'

NATIONAL EDITORIAL much confusion, bickering and back-I half-page advertisements trying to valid July 22 to Aug'ust 11. .I, midwest states. ,j,;
biting on the home front. Strikes: get folks to play safe with a new -
iSSOCATIONI3ff4ffy and rumors of strikes have kept us set of tires. A page ad announcedthe GasolineNo. e Shoes "
19 I Lon edge. Zoot-suit and racial riots I new Elcar Touring Model at 5 "A" coupons/good/ 'for three Book 1 stamp 18 good through

have broken] out to retard the war I I I $875.00 while the Chandler Six was gallons through' July 21 in east; October 31.
internal activities.I elsewhere, No. 6 "A" coupons good ,.
I effort and disturb I presented at $1,395 delivered. -
Last week I gathered' up my pet! And that, folks, gives you something -I for four gallons through July 21. E] Stoves '

.. I pipe-the one Newman Brackin, representative to think about. Maybe if you and C coupons in 12 northeast states Rationing of cooking and heating -
% :-o.-- 'worth
( J < < from Okaloosa, gave me dropped around to your local news- Zi/2 gallons, 3 gallons in rest t: stoves officially scheduled to

during the legislative session- and paper office 'and looked over the of East, 4 gallons elsewhere. 1 begin mid-August, covering all new

RAMBLINGSBy sneaked over' to the Tampa Tribune I back files you'd get a real thrill and rations cut 40 per cent and pleasure stoves burning coal, wood, oil, or gas '

to spend an afternoon going over the i!i realize that we've been through all driving banned in northeast Out for domestic use, with a few minor
B. B. old files. I I this ,before-and maybe when you side East, renewal of A books to b e exceptions.

<.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-O. ., .-(..:..:..:..:... I carefully checked the month of: count your change you'll find the) ------------------
June, 1917, to see what was happen balance isn't as bad as you had ........ .... -
. . .
imagined. w : : : :N: : :NNNNM M:MNNNNMN.' .NNN, .N XMXMX N X N X..X..XwXM*NN NN NN.....NN. .;-
then and it with what -- :
Mr. Von Mach's idea of "LO, the ing compare : Y. .0:
in June 1943. I found itl It is still a good world and prom- : .
happened ,
poor Indian," changed this week '. f .Report of Condition of :!:
ises to be better -so don't sell
a one,
when he journeyed with W. Stanley downright interesting and figured y **

Hanson, Indian agent, into the you might find it equally' so. Here America short..Harry i .s.\ ::.
heart of the Everglades. It was a were some of the deadlines: :: FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON |

unique labor recruiting trip. He I "General Pershing Leads American! Brown Discusses y.s. I .

went to the end of the road, and 1 Army in France"-"People Asked to : .:;:, of Clewiston ''in the State of Florida :|:

then went on 17 miles further. Met Tote ,Their Own Bundl ".-"Four Dangers Of Inflation"Are "

at the end of the road by Johnny I I American and Five French Ships : ::j:: at the .close of ,business on June 30, 1943 :: ,

Cypress, a well-known and respected I Torpedoed in Week""Coal Short- .. -- .:.,
Indian in these parts, Mr. VonMachand age Looms"-"Two Mills of duPont we losing the fight ,against 3: ASSETS ; I
y *
the Power ,Blast" inflation?" ** .:
Mr. Hanson were led along Company Destroyed: by y >
trail the rest of the way, following "Gompers Warns of Unrest Unless I This is a question propounded by y Loans and discounts (including no ,..>"-st; :y. ... .>

blindly wherever Johnny Cypress ( Food Prices Stabilized"-"Ask Harry L. Brown, General Agent of ;X: overdrafts) ?........ ?... ; ,:. :; $ 70,861.17' :?
+ United States Government obligations--- > :: .
Hundred Million for Red Cross"- the Farm Credit Administration of : *, :" >
said go.Without. Columbia the y direct .and guaranteed .................. ". ;,-:! 235 600.00 -ft.
the Indian they would I "Suffragettes"Picket White House, which serves Caro- X Obligations of States and political sub- f*;.*'3,4; .

never have found their way in to the I Angry Mob Snatch Banners from answer to his own query, Mr. Brown ,y divisions' ......'..........:....__.;............... .:' e:... ',.,:', 18,000.00 :Y:
camp, and added Mr. VonMach,, Marching Women Starting Riot" ,,- has the following comment: "Some :x: Other bonds, notes, and debentures .... \,:I .>:- '19 037.50 *:*
certainly would never have found "Japan Tells United States Not to folks may think that the President A Cash, balances with other, banks, in- ... "':;f ::' .::
I order to hold the 'line' applies onlyto .. eluding balances ,
their waout.. Worry About China"-"Congress : reserve and y
The Indians agreed to come toj j Struggles with Food Bill""Secretary I the cost-of-living front. But,, thereis :X: cash items.in process of collection :", ;>.. 876,023.96 ::
than front which .;. Bank premises owned $2,404.86, furniture : .:
inflation _
work. That'was surprising. More Daniels Complains of Liquor more one on ,.. ; _
I ', and fixtures 2315.43 ....... "' '
threatens. :s: ;, > : 4,720.29 Y
the fact that Sales to Sa'ilors"-"Major General .
surprising was I they I "What these fronts?" also X (Bank premises"'6wned are subject :..: ;,.\.::- :::
right And most Leonard Wood Charges People Apa- are : t
would come away. y to' no liens not assumed ". .. : !" ...>
,surprising of all 'was the fact that ) thetic"-"Coal Miners Strike in was asked. X bank) i>:". .-;'; .. y

they asked to be permitted. work I Alabama." DOESN'T IT ALL HAVEA He answered:' "Land prices are :X i: Real. estate owned other than bank -,::Jy :...: ,. :;:

10 hours per day, 6 days a week. SORT OF FAMILIAR RING? i rising and this fact is borne out by ) premises ............................_...._...... .. -,,'.*.,. ,.,_ 1,854.31 .>.

Mr. VonMach is just human, after Then, getting closer home, I' ran figures which show that for the 12 X Other assets ......_.................................. -. ...., ..).', '." 1,532.71 .:.
all, and that latter was almost too into state news headlines that gave months ending March 1, farm real A ..__ r ,;?
estate prices J, TOTAL ASSETS .............................: :...:.........$1,227,629.94:
much for him... > me-a chuckle., Here is sample: nationally were 9 percent .,.. ".. g
? "Jerry Carter Takes Office as II above, a year ago. In this dis- il ;: .: -'- .. LIABILITIES_ ',,r'-:.-&i'... ,.-: 'I-). ;' ..;..
So here the Indians are. There's State Hotel 'Commissioner'"Florida trict, the average percent: of rise : ,.' *;
:X Demand deposits of individuals part:1: : >- .'- j>
only a small group of them. As-1 Press Association Meets in Jacksonville" was about the same.- "* ,. -
1 y nerships, and corporations .......... : :. .$ 977,737.75 y
cording to Mr. Hanson they are -"Legislature Establishes "But this is only: one front, .highincomes' Time **
deposits of individuals ,
s partr:; \ t
among the choicest of Seminoles. I Livestock Sanitary Board and State er and 'cash accumulationsare .;. nerships, and corporations .......... :' r'"..,;. .- 57.00 1.*.
different from white Marketing Bureau"-"Ernest Amos making buyers .willing to .
They are I pay .s. Deposits of United States Government ,':' -' .; >
Americans- and they are different I States Widows Pensions Now In- more and the sellers to ask more, I :_: (including postal savings) : r'. 10,000.00:X

from black Americans. But remember -(creased to $15 Per Month"-"Allie I and, too, the supplies of land avail :;: Deposits of ,States and political subdivisions .- ;,.<. .!.

they are the original Americansand I Angle Gets Tampa .HarbormasterPost. able for sale, particularly good land, I s ...,.................................... y or' 166,607.39. ':*'
treat;them with the consideration ." I are dwindling." :: Other deposits (certified and officers' x '- ." :X

I I "How .i. checks, etc:) .............:............._... '- ':" 2,558.31 .!... -
they deserve. Their are not about your.credit? .
ways There seemed to be no restraint I TOTAL .. .. .
I 5 s: DEPOSITS .-.. ..$1,156,960.45 Y
our ways, and certainly there's a on travel and among the advertise- And to this the General Agent replied *} Other liabilities ,Dividends Payable .... .750.00 :X
curiosity concerning them. How-I ments I found the Seaboard offeringan "Credit is' easier, especially Y.s. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not .:..

ever, they are a cool, calm race and excursion from Tampa to Atlanta from private lenders." :X: including subordinated obligations .;;

hold themselveswith 'an innate I and return, round trip $17.25 "Well, what are you Farm Credit .;. shown below) ........ $1,157,710.45 :::
'dignity that should be 'admired. I Administration folks doing about this '
-The Clyde Mallory Line offered a :$: CAPITAL ACCOUNTS *
Their tribal laws are not like our round trip to New York for 38.00 situation?" : .

laws, but they adhere to them a I Sunday pleasure seekers were urgedto linas, Georgia,and Florida. And in : Capital* ______. v.......... .......:...._ ....: .' $ 15,000.00 :
great deal more strictly than we do take the steamer "Favorite" from "Fighting land inflation is one .!_ Surplus .:.::::: ____. ::::.::............::::::::::...?......_.......:.::.:::_ :: 35,000.00: :>

to ours, and woe betide the Indian I Tampa to Pass-a-Grille, 'round trip specific job our Farm Credit people y, Undivided profits :.....................-?..................................., 19,919.49 ..i"I
:who violates them. I 75c. have. We are continually emphasizing X y Xy
long-term earning capacity of TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .00..000...........$ 69919.49 .;*-
I The theaters didn't seem to know Y TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPI- Y"X

It is to be hoped that Clewiston that there was a war on for you land as a guage of fair price, for we :: TAL ACCOUNTS ........................................$1,227,629..94 :$:
folks will remejnber to treat the In-i;could see "Fatty" Arbuckle in "Th I.feel that this is'one way' to wage y *This bank's capital consists of $ None of ,capital notes andJ i*.

dians with consideration. They Butcher Boy" at the Strand.-admission this fight. Many of us rememberthe :X: debentures; first preferred stock with total par value.,...of $ None, :X: T
wiJJ remain aloof, for that is their adults lOc, children 5c-or ,terrible effects of the land boom .J. total retirable value $ None; second preferred stock with total par .>.
nature, but they will have money to during and after the last world war.Our .j. value of $ None, total retirable value $ None; and common stock y
Chaplin in "One A. M. at *
spend and will spend it at our I the Bonita at the same rate. farmers today have another :: with total par value of $15,000.00., :gy ::

stores. Few of them speak English, problem which is much "greater MEMORANDA ,
so it will be 'a little difficult for I The high cost of living that every- than it was in World War I. Thatis *;.

them. I one was so alarmed about and had the shortage of labor, machinery, *j* Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (book value) : Jf
t Congress working nights was reflected equipment, fertilizer and transportation :11:: (a) U. S., Government obligations, direct and .%

1! in the advertisements telling not to mention increased income y guaranteed pledged to secure deposits and .>
Josie Billy is serious in his request'' Coffee, 24 and 27 cents a Of.; taxes.*" ;X; other liabilities __......_um..n..........::..$ 63,300.00. vy ;
that folks remember not to give Palmolive Soap, 3 cakes for ; "Well :: (b) Other assets pledged to secure deposits and .;.
Indians whiskey, wine or beer, and Sleepwell Mattresses $15.00 Men's what' would you say shouldbe y other liabilities (including notes and bills rex y
there's logic behind his request. An '; done to curb this increase' in :: discounted and securities sold under repurchase *:*.

Indian that is quiet, peaceable, hon- No-Fade Shirts 3 suits'for, 3 for $2.75; Men'sUnderwear land prices and the subsequent partit .|. agreement) f..................:.......................... 3,000.00 .-.:
$2.75 Flor-
; "
will play in adding to inflation? ,
est and industrious by nature ; .s. .
can sheim Shoes, $7.50-$8.00; Creamery "Back 1941 .:. TOTAL ........ ............nn..u..u...............$ 66,500.00 .s:.
revert to the nature of his ancestors in Mr. Brown an- i .. .
Butter, 44c lb.; Hamburger, 12 % 0 I $ *
::with just a little bit of alcohol be- swered, "the Farm Credit Administration : **.
lb.; Ladies' Pumps, $2.49 ; Men'sLisle ,y Secured and preferred liabilities: :
neath his belt. The Indian agents Hose, 5c pair-Ladies', lie sponsored a conference of :X: (a) 'Deposits secured by pledged assets pursuant to .:..

have\ found this to be 'most impor- pair; Window Shades; 33c each; agricultural credit agencies and .!. requirements of law ............................000000....... 66,500.00 .>.' i
tant in dealing with the Indians. farm organizations'for the purposeof y.i

Genuine Cool Cloth and Palm Beach forming a National Agricultural :i: TOTAL ..........................000..000.........................$ 66,500.00 :%:
Men'sSuits, $7.50 and $9.75and
Tampa Credit committee. This committee I y .. r g
hotels are complaining
there were cuffs on the trousers and
meets periOdically to review' the ;X; Subordinated obligations: / ,>
they have no bellhops left for room merchants never heard of a ration mortgage situations I .'. (a) On date of report the required legal reserve' .;.
service, few maids and waiters, and book. McGuire's Store in Plant credit and real estate :Y against deposits of this bank was .................... 231,392.09 t'
one hotel says there's only one cook City offered 5 gallons of gas for 25c and is composed of representatives :X: (b). Assets reported above which were eligible as ..

left in its kitchen. It's the. same in to any customer making a purchase of farm organizations, insurance .*. legal reserve amounted .................. ........-..$1,111,643.Jb. 'g_
Clewiston and 'everywhere. of 'companies; bankers and the .v'
I $10 or more.-The Tampa Furn- *!* Frances Assistant Cashier, of the above-named t
government departments concerned I, Morgan,
,Probably' the bellhops and maids iture Company was offering to cash .I :X: bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and that :r;:
(Continued on' _
have left for Jobs which they can fill I r page .!. it fully and correctly represents the true state of the several mat- .;..

very inadequately whereas,they were, ;Y tees herein contained and set forth, to the best of my knowledge'' :y
a whiz at their regular hotel jobs.'I or another. RATIONINGCALENDAR and belief -
( ;
It's a serious mistake for people to However ,over the nation, there :|: FRANCES MORGAN. :|;

jump around and change ;jobs every must be 'thousands and thousands of y* X

time there's a new opportunity, just women who can now take life easy ..::. Correct-Attest: R. E. KURTZ ..-%.

because labor is scarce and jobs easy on the big pay their husbands are i C. L. DOWNS yY
to find, and because they probably making in defense work, or the Red stamps in War Ration Book ELBERT L. STEWART vY .

won't get fired on: their new job no check that comes home from the No. 2 will not go a's far this.,mouth Directors. .%
matter how incapable they 'may be. I government every month from their as in June for the reason that point .*! :
I I man, In the' service. values on foodstuffs covered by the ::;: State of Florida, County of Hendry, ss: :: ,

There's considerable agitation for It seems true that in this day and red coupons have been raised on beef, I*! Sworn to and subscribed before me this 7th ,day of July, 1943, :::
drafting 'women to work. Therearen't I time everyone should 'work whether effective last Sunday. ::y s: and I hereby certify- that I am not an officer or director of this .;?.

many women left to be drafted the money. is needed or not. Word from Washington is that ;t, bank. I:..
to work. Most of those who are : .!.
not tied rationing restrictions 'may be lifted ::: (SEAL) MARCIA M. AVANT, Notary Public.My .!.
with small children You don't J
suppose any of those
soon on both sugar and ,coffee. President -
are already holding jobs or up to Seminole women would make good Roosevelt said Friday, "With .I. commission expires June. 3, 1947. ( :i:

: their neck in war work of one sort servants, do you? I I the improvement. -in the.-.-.war. 'against :.:..........................................._......................_......;..._....:--:.-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::.:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--.:..:..: :.. ..


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t ,I I. . -. . . too far from North Carolina I
. . and
Co-Pilots Meet Making .. Harry Brown-
r. .*.**.**.**.*.**.**.**.**.**.**.**.**.*.*****.*****.*****.**.**.**.**.**.*
/ Elizabeth to suit you?

[L Personals j Ii Bandages for Red Cross "Si" Sias writes'* .. from-s West Chest- Continued-from-- Page 4)'

With'Our er, Pennsylvania: with agricultural ciedit.. The pri-
'Members of the Co-Pilots Club I I "Just time for a line to mention mary objectives of the committee are,

I met Wednesday afternoon in the I' a very pleasant surprise. which hap- first, ;to avoid making farm loans for

Shirley Owen returned Wednesday surgical dressing room of the Red pened to me the other day-my speculative purposes; second, to make,
from a week's visit in Miami. J Cross and devoted the entire after-i Boys former postal inspector now a cap normal values a primary factor in. all

..., .... : noon To making surgical dressings tain, in the Army Postal Service with f appraisals for farm real estate loans;

," .. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Etherton spent|.for the local chapter's quota. headquarters in Baltimore, dropped i third, to encourage borrowers to us
"the Fourth of July in Naples on a j Mis. J. C. Ziler was in .charge of i ,J in the'j I by the school here to see me, and "high incomes now available for the

;' fishing trip. i. the group and the following, ladies j 1 ; I we really ,enjoyed a very pleasant' repayment of existing debts; and.
worked all afternoon at this ;f I evening together. I fourth, to\ encourage farmers -,to
Miss Bessie Lewis of Blakely' Ga.,,I' worthy: cause: Mrs Willard King,,i, to' I "My time has been very arranged build reserves out of high incomes

is the guest -of her sister, Mrs. W. Mrs. Charles Butler, Mrs,.Ken Woodward tJ fj Service 'i I for army, and so far I have had very I today by ,investing in war bonds.

'.', :' W Perry, and family. I Mrs. J. F. Reaharcl, Mrs. W. t 'I''I'I I little time to, write my friends, but J JI ""While this committee can and is
I I IW.. Archibald, Mrs. J. H. Hardin, I d! .IJ I II I really miss Clewiston and look for- doing much to avoid speculation in

;:,, Mrs. Dave Alston is visiting' her Mrs. J. E. Taylor: Mrs H. D. Braz- I I ward to a return visit before I re- farm lands by holding loans to a

' ...': mother in Columbus, Georgia, for o zell, Mis. Frank E. Veltri, and Mrs.' N1.. ;N NN. N. ..N NNMNNN....NNMNNMM. ... .N......N.1...N..' I ceive my permanent assignment. normal value basis, individual farmers -
',;: a short while. I George Hall.HOOKERS I "This is an army postal school for are the only ones who will be

," II!I Frances Nail has entered a' Serviceman's -'I-I enlisted men with sufficient postal able to prevent a farm land booinby
Mr. and Mrs., W. N. :Martin and back-ground. The course runs six
f ENTERTAIN WITH refusing to bid against each other
family were in Stuart'oyer the week- BARBECUE, FAREWELL PARTY Subscription (rate $1.00 pp.ri I weeks and- our class is to !graduate I II' for land." .
end. i year) for her husband, Campbell, July 22nd, and after thatreceive
.' : t I who left, recently for Camp Peary, duty assignments at various
I' pointsall
I Mr. and Mrs. ,V. C. Hooker entertained -
Virginia where he a chief petty .
W.'burst ,
B. of Gainesville spent with an outdoor barbecueat over the country and includingof '
"' SheI Bill-fold withGoff
" Mrs. officer in the Navy Sea-Bees. course Most graduatesare Jewl-
with over-seas.
this week
a few days here ,
: the home of Mr. and Mrs. George,
" writes that there isI
Durst and Mis. E. 0. Ward. i I says Campbell given some practical experiencein
'.# E. W.
E. Crow Sunday evening. The party .
I never a dull moment from 5 a. m. army postal work in this countrybefore ery stamp
given'for Munselle Stone and I
Mr. and :Mrs. Harry Lehman are'I was Clayton Waters who left "the follow-j when they "hit the deck". until being shipped overseas. on it lost Tuesday near
I I at 9:30 m. He sends
lights out p.
who was born on: This school operates under a swell
parents of a son, ,
s ing day for Army service. ,'
June 30th in Alexandria, La. I '1 his regards to all his friends and set-up and under officers that are I 10 cent store. Contained -
Attending the barbecue were Mr.1 write." We hope
I I says "please regular guys. It is housed in a
,- J.' E. Beardsley was a business and Mrs. ;Munselle Stone, Mr. and Campbell enjoys the News, and incidentally larger 'portion of the State Teachers identification papers

visitor in Fort :Myers: Thursday of Mrs. Clayton Waters, Mr. and Mrs. he'joins a very impres- College, and we eat in the same
:," y last week. j I' George E. Crow, Mr. and Mrs. Foy sive list of Sea-Bees. We do'ubt if dining hall with the college students 1 and.currency. Return taI

]!I Durrence, Miss June Hooker, Lou' any other community the size of (mostly girls) and it is the'best foodI've j I Mrs. C. M. Allen.
Place and Bonnie Faye'Durrence
contributed largerI
has .
Mrs. Jones Bryan and daughter, Clewiston had since entering the army. j
land Billie Suer Crow.BRIDGE I numbre of its military men to that "I enjoy the much and
Marcia, of Sebring, spent a few days ; I papervery
this week visiting :Miss Marcia,Avant. : working and fighting organization. will give you my new address as soon I II

They are returning to Sebring. today. > :,CLUB I I There's Beder: Nail and M. D.i' as I leave here. I Driving St. Louis within
I : 1 I Royals, whom we think have just leftI "When I spoke of the most pleas-
New Mrs. H. R. Hall entertained mem-I Camp Peary, Jimmie Weaver,\ ant that I 1 10 days. Room for
, G. :M. Waters, Jr., of Hobbs, I thing had happened to me,
I bers of her bridge cjub' at her homVednesd Wilbur Goff Dick
Mexico, spent a short furlough herewith ,I Shorty Alderman, II forgot to mention the most disappointing -
his parents, Mr. and Mrs G. 'y afternoon. First prize Hooks, to mention those who hap- -that was when Doke and one. Mrs. W. F. Purdon*

M. Waters. was won' by Mrs. J., W. Ezelle and I pen to be most familiar to us. II I got separated. We had a hunch. we tel. 132. .
cut prize' by Mrs. Keathley Bowden. might stay together."

>" Miss Doris, Hodges spent the' holiday -I Both prizes,, were novelty plates. Gene Godbread has certainly been \

I week-end in Fort Myers with! A delicious salad course was serv-I' moved around since he received his Acute Seriousness

her parents, :Mr.: and 'Mrs. Arch ed by Mrs. Hall to Mrs. Carl John- commission in the Air Corps. He

Hodges. son, Mis. E. W. Thirst, .Mrs. W. W., was at Moses, Lake,. Washington, fora Of Tire Situation: EXPERT SEWING MACHINE

Perry, MissBessie;, .. Blakely, Mrs R. ; few weeks and the News has just SERVICE
:Mrs 'H. Lanier Mrs been notified that he is' now on ac-
C. Wilson
Miss Frances Morgan was the ; ., W- ,
.guest of her sister, Miss Margaret I I Ezelle "a1Jd' Mrs. Bowden., ; tive duty with the Army Air Forces Now: Being Felt, Parts for All Makes.

:Morgan, in West Palm Beach, over .1 at Geiger Field, Spokane, Washington. Work GuaranteedFree
the week-end. ,. LADIES, ;AID:,SPONSORS WORKAT .
u' I The acute seriousness of the tire EstimateBox
situation is just being felt by the '
: :J1 ; Junior Waters" Twas home this 11 Belle Glade Fla.
has returned: > ,
Mrs. J. W. Moore .. ', average motorist, and local ration
,. from a week's visit in Sebring with! ,Mrs:...W. ',C.. Owen, service chair-I: week from Hobbs, New Mexico, and his boards have been advised by state
her son, James Willis Moore, and i, man ot the,;Ladies, :Aid Society, was arrived in time fora \"isitwith headquarters that the situation will
family. Iin charge of arranging sponsors for I: brother, Clayton, who left the first become more serious and will not

l J JI the Cadet Club this week. Since the! of the week for Blanding and active- relax until some time in 1944.

- :-.; Mrs. William M. Redelsheimer cadets were having 'a second anniversary -, service after the fourteen day furlough John A. Reed, of Atlanta, OPA J. M. COUSECounselor

.. .c and daughter, Patty, of Miami are celebration of their own the at. home. regional tire examiner has recently
.*, ,and Attorney at Law
./ spending a few days visiting friends I I club was not 'opened Saturday and I completed a tour of 'the. eight southeastern -
.. .in Clewiston. Sunday. I Lucky enough to have an overnight states. Hopkins. Building
.': 'I' visit at home while another :'
' : .f* i' .. Those who have assisted Mrs. I "The tires just aren't there," he Wednesdays and Saturdays
:: has spent this brother was home"on furlough :was
(z Mrs. R. M. Bishop I Owen at the, club Mrs. W. said.
I E. "Everywhere it is the same. 9:80 to
I the
Paul Slonaker who is,. with
with he Ralph, .
week Tampa son,
.! : -
Durst Mrs. E L. Stewart Miss Barbara
1 i I ; Empty shelves with no prospects of
, :,,; Jr., who is confined to the Municipal : Navy. Phelix Slonaker, a para-
' ..i, Mrs. F ,E. Conklingand from Fort Benning, had a refilling them any time soon. This
't trooper I
: \ Hospital there for treatment. .
Shirley Ann Owen.
sure-enough furlough and was home summer will bring the greatest

, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mr.I with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. shortage of truck tires this country
; "
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH has ever seen. Reed has just sent
4 ,and Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Frank and Slonaker. Paul's was just an overnight Fish CampNear
,, .. If.. C. Meador, Pastor letters to 2,500 operators of large
:; in and day stop, that he managed
Eddie Conkling, spent Saturday'
( Hurricane Gate)
I truck fleets telling them that only
to in during a transfer from
West Palm Beach and Lake Worth. squeeze
Clewiston FJa.Bo'ats ,
:<,; "True"Disdplesh""p'means death to one station to another. One sister, rigid conservation and mileage reductions ,
!''sin." will see them through. and Motors-Guide Service
";. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Crow, Mrs Manning Keen, lives here, too, I
i Miss June Hooker and Lou Place I I Sunday' School-9:45-a.: m. and the 'other sister, Ann Slonaker, "There probably won't be any re- Rates Reasonable
j lief until the middle of 1944 he W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
'.::'': were visitors in West Palm Beach I .Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. was visiting her grandparents 'in .
'-' ': Saturday afternoon. I Training Union-7:15 p. m. 1 Plant City. A telegram brought her said.

;'.'; ./, Evening Worship : 30 p. m. I home immediately and she arrived The local ration office is in receipt -

;:--: Mrs. H. Etherton and, Misses These hot summer days test our in time for the; family to be together of a message from Prentiss M.:
''-: true discipleship. God lo'oks' with Brown, price administrator of Washington
: :, Phyllis and Joan Etherton, of-Moore Sunday. RENTAL HOUSESof
t'!' Heaven; spent the week-end in Clew- favor upon those who are willing to '* D. C., which says practicallythe
Mrs. Viola Stone's Estate are
iston. pay the price of serving Him when I I Coburn Moore caused a bit of same thing and urges all boards
fr': the weather is disagreeable well to in charge of Mi's.: Jewel Hooker.
as impress the
flurry in the Moore family here re on public that oniy
_''" Mrs. J. Kenneth Rogers is I spend- as when, it is ideal. I cently. He has been stationed on 1( through greatly reduced mileage Two now vacant.

:';'::;' ing this week in West Palm Beach A cordial invitation is extended I one of the outposts of civilizationand and other conservation measurescan SEE MRS. HOOKER

> where she was called by the' illnessof I to' the community large to wor- could be reached only by an I the tire supply be made to serve I concerning them.
:"ii-;:. I her mother. ship God at our' services. If you area I A.P.O. number, so the family hadn't (Continued on ,Page 8)
:. ;iJ -- new comer' to our community let I much idea of his whereabouts., They
;.:; ; Ann Slonaker returned Sunday I us have the opportunity of meetingyou received a telegram from him which -
:', . . . . . . . .
. .
r i 'S from Plant, City where she has been at services.-' stated he was back in the states. I VMM.M.M.N.N.NN.N
:. visiting her grandparents for ;ten ,The W. M.. S business and pro They had all sorts of visions, of a -

days. gram meeting will be held at the furlough, or.a permanent transfer I| CLEWISTON. j

church Tuesday at 3:30 p. m The back to the states, even that he
:;" Mrs. Manning Keen drove to Miami Palm-Lake Quarterly Association I might have been wounded and invalided -

.:-; :. early' Monday to take her meeting will be held Thursday at i, home. It turned out that lie GOLF COURSE i

.', 'brother, Paul Slonaker, who reported the Lake Avenue Baptist Church.I II' flew a general down to the states, I
\ there to join his ship. We hope to have a good representation stayed a few hours and flew back to 's '

'.) .. the lonely base. But anyway he did :

.: Mr. and Mrs. R.\I.:: Bishop, Dr. The "hour of prayer will be held I get his feet back on the United I:.;.: .:!
''-, and :Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. Choir, States if only for a short time I.i. .S.; .::-
: .. W. C. Owen and Mr. and Mrs E. L. practice immediately after prayer I s y i ,1 I $t

(": Stewart ,spent the week-end at meeting. Corporal Pete Chagaris visited ::: ::) : :!:
;: Naples. I Clewiston a couple of days this week 4. ,
W. M.' U. Auxiliaries will meet 'at
: I while on furlough from the Army at \ The Number Is t
1 I' .' the church Thursday'' morning at $ of Golfers Steadily....
Mrs. J. A. 'Morrow will return Camp Shelby, Mississippi? Pete 1.. ..
', this week-end from West Palm I' surprised his many friends by bring- :
Beach where she has spent several] "Our natural life must not rule; I ing Mrs. Chagaris along with him. ,:i_: Increasing

. weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mor God must, rule in us." Mrs. :Myrtle: Lee Carver and Corporal ',,;'_ ,

row, Jr.Flight. Chagaris were married last t':

:" E. E. SCOTT I -week in Tampa. Mrs. Chagaris is a f.s::. '..I..................................................,.......... .i:.

:L Lieutenant G. W. dicker.i i form'er Clewiston girl,_ and many yI .. .
..,.; son,. of British Flying Training; t Friends in Clewiston of E. E.I friends of the couple here wish them I:s: : .<.
:' School Number 5, is reported a s;! Scott, former employee of the U. S. every happiness. I.s. -God Greens. \ : _::
; gravely ill at Dawson General Hospital -! Engineers at the government warehouse -I +* '

in Atlanta. I and office here, will regret to I 'Friends' of Homer Wakefield and v X i Y.f

i learn, of his.death, which occurred i i Mrs. Wakefield, who formerly taught .:. .:..:..:..:... :.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:./ :::
Phelix Slonaker of Fort Benninf r', at his home in Fort Myers on June: In the 'Clewiston school will be interested : f

spent this week here with his par:I j 30th a few hours after a heart at-; to learn that he has been ..s.. ." ..:...
ants, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Slonaker.1 i tack. i promoted:: to Captain, and is stationed :

Paul Slonaker, accompanied by i l Mr. Scott had resided in Fort 1 at Fore Knox, Kentucky. Cap- I : Meet Your Own Friends There t tI

shipmate, Dan Rice, of Atlanta, Myers for 20 years, and maintained tain and 1Irs.Vakefield- are parentsof )
... spent the week-end here en' route t() his home there while employed at a baby daughter, who weighed 6 IVI'I s '
Miami. Clewiston. He was 60 years of age pounds 1% ounces and was born '
at the time of his death. Funeral June Cth.. :: ::
., '
VISITING. MINISTER TO services were held in Fort Myers I'y v.
PREACH HERE SUNDA with the Rev. Milner C. Brittian ol Nephew Bill Bowden writes from I'V

the Baptist Church officiating. Camp Kessler, :Mississippi, that he b
The .Rev. F. A. Kullmar, of Lak<. ------ was very lucky to be accepted into :!: YEARLY MEMBERSHIP i:

, Worth, will preach at the Commun Flammable liquids for tanks and the Air Corps, but doesn't think ,
ity Church Sunday morning. Rev planes are being carried in such much of the particular camp to : FEES
Kullmar is moderator of the Flor- non-metallic containers as glass, which he was assigned. What's the :!: DAILY GREEN :t

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By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. them.Friendship.
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
THE STORY SO FAR: The Story of there was the problem of what to "I think it was the whitecaps that (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)

their part In the battle" for the Philip do with the 32 boat which had saved us," said Bulkeley.. "The The noble,mind's peculiar boon of Heaven,
delight and
pines Is being told by four of the five dumped much of her gasoline. She Japs didn't notice our wake, even To men and angels pride,
naval officers who are all that Is left did not have enough left to make though we were foaming away at_, Lesson for July 4 To all the lower world denied given: -

of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 3. They "he fast run with us to the island of full throttle. -SAMUEL JOHNSON..
are Lieut. John Bulkeley (now Lieutenant Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
Mindanao the General's the General
where party excitement -
"During the ,
commander; and copyrighted by International
Commander), squadron I If have made mistakes
second in-command; would get the plane for Australia.So was lying down in the cabin Council of Religious Education: used by you
Lieut. R. B. Kelly, permission. reparation lies not in
and Ensigns Anthony Ak rs and GeorgeE. Bulkeley gave her different or- with his eyes closed, but Mrs. Mac- regrets
Lieut. Bulkeley ders. Her generals were to be transferred -. with him heard but in thankfulness that you
Cox, Jr. Match -11 Arthur, who was A PEOPLE IN DISTRESS
showed the squadron their secret orders. to my boat. She was to wait everything that went on and she now know better Anon.

They were to carry General MacArthur's here in the rendezvous until tomor- didn't turn a hair. She took it likea LESSON TEXT-Exodus 1:6-14 22325. That is a good book which is
to ;
party and some additional personnel wouldbe row when the submarine arrived. lady-went right on rubbing the GOLDEN TEXT-They cried and theft opened with expectation and
where they
the southern Islands planes which would She was to tell the submarine that General's hands to keep up his circulation cry came up unto God by reason of the closed with profit.-Bronson Al-
met by transport well the Gen bondage.-Exodus 2:23. .
General MacArthur to his new everything had gone though. she was seasick cott.
carry eral had on to Mindanao and
headquarters. When Kelly arrived at gone herself.
the rendezvous the others were missing. would go to Australia by plane, as "I never went below and all my Today is Independence Day. Yet

planned. Having delivered this message men. stayed at battle stations, so much of the world is in bondage, and

the 32 boat was' to 'go to Iloiloon the people in the cabin took care of the rest of it in a struggle to pre Rich Heirloom Piece
CHAPTER the island of Panay, only one themselves-there was no one to- vent freedom from perishing from

wouldbe hundred and twenty miles away. wait on them. The General saw thatI the earth. Done in Jiffy Crochet
where they
"I had an idea I There she could get repairs and was supplied with cigars. They Our'lesson too i is about a nation in

and I explained. Bulkeley, enough gas to bring her on down to were pretty well provisioned. They'd bondage, but we learn from it that
was sure, would take no chances the rest of in there is "ZQ'".tJflrt.-:" '1'f.", C.
Cagayan to join us brought from Corregidor, among a way to be free. Even so f.i"1)- .
Of :"': ': :: ''
with women and a child aboard. / r.i'e'.Jt.:!fj t ::; '
the other three boats, and we would other things, a few cases of Coca- we declare the way of personal liberty ),
course he'd seen the Japanese signal in the south- which is re'tif i--- 15t1ffitE'
before. Planes finish the war together Cola-the first I'd tasted in many open and free. 7J ;
fire the night
ern islands, of the tenderest The Lord Jesus Christ opened it atCalvary's
weeksand'some .
for 'destroyers :; otffi. fjj J.lfi'Iif! fijJ ,J ;'
might be out spotting us ; r :
"What went wrong with this plan, tree and who is f7Ji!
broke ham I ever ate. anyone dil !",:,?t:1.iI.1,: : I F/J/Qij..tYI rfj
dawn toJ
and as soon as don't know to this day. The still the bond slave of Satan !! f .J.Z);{'I
had made for we "It got da'rk fast after sunset, a may ( /J/jff1/ /; : : &j. .} ..>>:E
Bulkeley undoubtedly boat's commander, Lieutenant Schu- make this a great and glorious In- ifr1'illP! !!! : :::;';:: "It-"f! 7if. :::-

the nearest of those other Cuyos- macher, must have decided that it wind sprang up,flashes.and ahead But we could thesedidn't dependence Day by now declaring .(t1i!#3 ttjtf1jtqfffk; 1f; iiJl
his'chart see
picking one from ( wasn't in condition to follow theseS lightning his faith in the Deliverer of our ":;;"r. $.ur:::.:.:" :; :; : I-.JliIfla7if: Jfij 11;
been here before) which was help us find the narrow pas-
into the Mindanao Sea. We souls. ii:. 1.tFtd/jffilfi!/ 1jgJIJA
surrounded by reefs and water. ,so sage .r
'" We .. .
begin today series of lessonsin ,
in the dark entirely by a :!iJiil ; ;" ;: ;: ,: ;: rjj.'ifjr"'I' ;frt_'
shallow that destroyer could ven- were going ".; : : ., ., ;
no the book of Exodus which reveal 'i/iiIA'frI7; f; ::..: :;;k.f: ; '
r At : 'Z..t"II'ffr7l..N
dead midnight we
ture within gun range or even 'fP5i reckoning. the strait-so the high and mighty hand of God lliiilJllFflli; 17:::;,1 # ;{;-:(;:':';;fi-fi: iNf&.i.rtJi11
be off we
within sight. There he would wait figured we'd working on behalf of His people. :,, t.! ..t y/t.1fJJJlft!: iJJS.i/ .

all day, if, not until dusk. at least turned into the pitch-blackness, holding The family of Jacob the : ..' ;.; :. ...Jfij/fff/! / lJli'if. ":
until he thought the danger of spot- '., -f1': our breath, but still we didn'thit -or, as .WY: ""l.-1',Ll r 1 f! :%f.tfj{ :, ;.::L ? ,Jii3; -, i..
ting planes was past, before coming anything. I had no charts, I'd Bible calls them, the children of Is- ,.,.li n' F/I.q" ,->:fbl:",,!,9,' ":,:;'";':':'"',,....:,:.:te--t"ry-.rt" ,,.'; "l';, r.

.., xl never been there before, I could see rael-prospered in Egypt particularly ;fJIr.'I!; ;&fifN@ro! ,;. C.-1ii-5.ffk,'';il1j :.
here. r : .
to ;
join us ioi"
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hookin ,w_ )''' .. absolutely nothing, but since wedidn't as long as Joseph and the rulers ':t 1ff ilJ t-uJf; '/;: 1.;':,71......,,.:,.. ,..,1.::. :.. ,
8:37 a
"So at we dropped : 1.1l'iilt.'V. di'.1.. ...",", '" .0. t?
who remembered "
s him were alive. ):c: 1. C"" ::Ir-
the cove and I sent two men .';...;.... {:; ;: crash into a beach, we kepton But they soon learned one of life's 'ifilt.s!! : f;;{ ; k1! ;tim /
i'l: : ; going and at last I knew we .
ashore with semaphore flags to i'3/I" ./ o .} .. t ,:, bitter ,lessons, thatI. I ;1 If"iPt't.1.1! ; !':j ;;'j .
: > into Min- .
climb the island's single five-hun- were through and safely .J.; .Jsi' 1j ..: :! ]
dred-foot hill and stand continuous 1"04'; <;(; *; <::, ;, danao Sea our dead-reckoning I Prosperity Is Not Always a .. ::::"::"'c 7,,;;i'f::'. :r.":.-.'.-.r 7'L ./1fJ.j. :> I'
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watch-for the other three boats of ; { ;$ :.',:..,:.... ';dtt> navigation had been right." Blessing (1:6-11). ''' 'k. tm1Ji,, 'fu 1?:\::. !,;,,d i( '{" .11 jr.. '
course, but particularly for "Japs. 7' > tf.;.., .' :,.. ffiff'I; "And there we really' caught The Hebrews were a peaceful,

"At 5:30, when we figured any t."Y':: :!aI t.i,.,.., ; ..u: .,,<' "" JLjj : hell," said Kelly. "Big foaming law-abiding people. They were God's

spotting planes would have_ had to '{ .....,.,,... ''f. -,, ,.it. f waves fifteen or twenty feet high chosen people, and, as He blessed ?,!

head back for home, I was about to IT..: .. >, ...' .qd1f,.";" ,.. ) .H thundering over the cockpit, drench- them they prospered, and thus innocently : ( iar;y+. -: r

pull our lookouts from the hill and ') <," .. ,.,, .j ing everybody topside. ,Also, be- they brought upon themselves ,

get under way when they wigwagged w'". ..... ", .r.<. n ;p ?:<: ;\ .1 Jr cause of the speed, water and wind, the hatred of the suspicious Egyp-
... ,
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down that they saw a ship ,' ";;>;.j'--";:: .,. ... : ':', !,: ;;,It.I I it got damned cold. Our binocu- tians. ... -f -'!'.';'I,., .-'. : .
: :: ; ,, 'L721i"5 : ." () ":;;::::!;:;71J.
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apparently friendly maybe an -( ;< :> /:? ; .: ; ': '..'s l" 1 lars were full of water and our eyesso Prosperity is'never an unmixed "'H4Ofr b-4j.fff;'':>,{;':,>; -l! o-- t
MTB. I it with binoculars : :: fi'f drenched with blessing. We as nation know thatto : :f{ .16I; ; ,
picked up my ;:0"t: } { continuously sting- a .: \ :" / .,
... ; : '
: -ow"J. > \ 1-,1'
: .. ; ; '
and presently made, out the :+: .;<,.,.r.". ../'<'::, :"':;:>';-- "..Iff: ing salt that we couldn't see, in be true. 'Not only does it lead toa =::-'H ." '.J"Z':s." .,;r"1_ .;.,-;/- ;.:rI": :. '.:,:,\!I

32 boat, which soon tied up along- 'f' ;Jf.r\i. ", \'{?;., '; I'f strange waters with islands all certain softening of .the sinews j it"1"-1.J :::';";;;"(-,'\' ;'.\ '..{I\

side us'. I ;' i11'.d!;:, l: ,. around us. We could see the outlines but all too often: it results in a j;: '",:1:!!ol.o-::::.:,:;;F.-.r"i.j' tJI

"So here they were-loaded downto : ;;*'- ; ;.r;<-'h v t if.$.q-t .. ... ""> of the big ones-:-Negros and weakening of the moral fiber, which ;ylriOJ.' : 8 L ir it7 -\i.*;iA-I"; .
; A g "
the water line with seasick and fo. \\B"'"W"" ; :" '/' /< .-.'q' Mindanao-very dimly 'against the makes man easy prey to the attack, 468 ::: ;. l 1 :;

puzzled generals. Just at this point 4i.[ : <; ?/7. ".."... .,.,. horizon through the storm. But there of the enemy' of our 'souls.Is .

there was a rising roar from sea- t": "-'. <>: ;
ward, and the .41 boat came aroundthe 1" .. t. ", ., <(.,;, ably hundreds of reefs. should-even in times of all-6ut a jiffy

point, Bulkeley and General 1: w .1. ;fti y; .n' d: "The sea 'vas on our :port; bow, fare-be so eager to chase the war-I cloth or scarf. Though it's so easyto
? do it adds richness to tableor
MacArthur's party." ; fe
"We'd lost sight of you a few i ..;; J '.: fl' ,to make a landfall forty our children, forget church, live unnatural buffet. Make jiffy-crochet
: .
,,, ,, /t.j'. ; cles in strands of string-or
l' ;; ..-f-i: % ff- two
before dawn said miles dead ahead-a small island
hours Bulkeley, .1" ) :;:; "' lives, just that we may make
in finer cotton.
: .
r I ,1iJ. : : smaller pieces
"when you stopped to clean your j" where we would turn-and let me more and more money?

strainers. I went on ahead becauseI 'i "' i f.H.J1fLi' tell you this was an unpleasant situ- So Israel learned a lesson whichour *

wanted to get as deep as possibleinto : ; ; ; ;: %q: I ation for a navigator. The helms- present sorry world can profitby chart Pattern for cloth 7468 contains and scarf instructions: illustrations and of a

the Cuyo Islands before sun- I'f \ ; man's eyes and ours were full of thatII. stitches: materials needed. -
rise. ii : Pll.m salt had hand in
to keep
you Persecution .Is Not Always a Due to an unusually large demand and
"As the sky pinkened I headedfor ..{: h't ?='<<) :JN: ;:' front of your eyes to avoid the slapping Burden (vv. 12-14)). current war conditions, slightly more time -
the nearest and best-it was one force of the water, and yet you I is required in filling orders for a. few of
down that The people of Israel did not appreciate the most popular pattern numbers.
wigwagged they
of the prearranged crosses on the "They needed both to hold on. The Ad-
it but the bitterness of their prder to:
map. It wasn't much of an island- saw a ship-appal'ently friendly. miral was pretty wrought up. 'I've Send your
blessing in disguise.
only a quarter of a mile widebutit sailed every type of ship in the bondage was a
orders. Anyway, when the subma- 1. It Kept Them Separate as a Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
had of shallow of these MTB's
plenty_ water to except one ,
navy York
rine arrived he had it shell the 82 Eighth Ave. New
Affliction often to
People. serves
keep. off Jap destroyers. he shouted at me above the wind,
32 boat, so it would not fall into from Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to
people separated
"Lying at anchor, some of the 'and this is the worst bridge I've cost of mailing) for PatternNo.
hands and boarded the cover
Japanese the world. It is doing so today.
crew picked off a little sleep as ever been on. I wouldn't do dutyon
we submarine, which dropped his crew, 2. It Disciplined Them and Pre- ...............
rolled gently in the sunshine. Pres- one of these for anything in the

ently the General came on deck; off at Corregidor, and took him,'safely world-you can have them.' pared Them for the Hardships of Name ............. ........ .........

he was a fine figure in his camel's- "We to Australia.found out much later that he "It was a real problem to keep Their Wilderness Journey; We too Address .............................
hair coat and gold hat, frowning a do well to remember that "whomthe
had to Australia. For some astern lookout for the 41 boat so "
little as he squinted in the sunshineat gotten we wouldn't lose it. Three good Lord loveth hs chasteneth, and
time their disappearance was a
the water and white sand. that if we are properly "exercised"thereby
and Bulkeley here spent waves in a row and we'd be out of
"I figured the morning would be mystery, our sorrows may yield rich
several days flying out over all sight and in that weather we could
the dangerous time ,for bombers if fruit in our lives.
those islands trying to find some pass within seventy-five yards and .

they' knew we had slipped out, so trace of the 32 boat. Some day, of never see each other. The 41 was 3. It Threw Them Back upon God.

by two o'clock I felt it was safe to course, there will be a full reporton now keeping about two hundred Many are the saints of God who a

get .under way and we threaded exactly what did happen which yards astern, hunting for the have found that the fiery trial, the Q

down through the little shoaly chan- will explain everything."All smoothest'part of our :wake, to keep burden so hard to understand or +

nels between the islands, which we know is that we last the General's party comfortable.The some affliction of their body, has

would defy a destroyer or* cruiser saw them back there in the cove General had said that if his boat caused them to bring their burdento

to follow, approaching the last one, as we left the harbor-a hard right slowed, we who were ahead should the Lord. We have traveled far

which was our general rendezvous. turn; and then out to sea, at about also slow, letting them set the pace.I on the road of faith when we have

In the distance I couldsee; the other 6:30.: We were leading, so that the know seasickness can be very unpleasant reached the place where we learn

two boats also heading for it, and flagship just behind us, could but I wanted to -get them that "man's extremity is God's op- "....

when we arrived, Kelly in the 34 search out the smoothest part of safe in port by dawn, in case there portunity." l

I boat was already there and waiting. our wake, so that MacArthur's party were Jap planes about, so I kept They had only one place to turn. 1--........',
was the problem of could ride comfortably. We'd pulling them on. It got rougherand They were hemmed in on every side ,--,

what to do about the 32 boat, which been going about fifteen- minutes rougher, and the Admiral kept but, as ever, they found that the ---1

had dumped most of its gas at when the port lookout called 'Sail- remembering it had been he who way up no man can close. They -' '(lJ '

dawn, and couldn't proceed much ho!' and there she was-three pointson had assured MacArthur that Bulke called on their God.

farther ,at high speed. bow distance ley was about the weatherit -
"This our port about wrong III. Prayer Always Brings. Deliv-
was a rendezvous not only
five miles. "Looks like ,an enemy would be calm. (2:23-25)). .
for our four MTB's, but also for cruiser!' said the lookout. I grabbedmy 'The General's going,to give me erance
God know'when His
really dis-
General MacArthur's Does' be easily
second flies
meansof binoculars, and so it was! Hull hell for this in the morning, he said, suffer? Does He really care? Whizzing can NEWSPAPER ,
the -
submarine. of
escape-a It had all people posed by
been carefully worked out, and the down but masts and superstructureplain. uneasily. 'Damned if I thought Yes, He does. "They cried," and METHOD. Quickly fold a news- :

submarine would bob in this On the course we were Bulkeley knew what he was talking "God heard" and "remembered." paper and strike violently at .the .';':

up steering we would cross her bow.I about-but he 'surely did.' all need to. know. Thegroaning' buzzing fly-crushing fly against ":':. ;
cove tomorrow. Had been at- That's we .
gave the 34 full right rudder and ; "The Admiral stayed with me nearest object. Result: occasionally ;',. .
up of His people had already
tacked or broken down, the General well ',- ; ,
as :
the fly .
full speed ahead-it was much faster on the bridge the whole trip, in and tender you spot ,
could have left 'us here and stirred God's gracious ;
continued the tablecloth, wallpaper curtains ::1
than eighteen knots because the of the weather. Every half-
spite .
his trip on down to Australiaby heart. But-He waited to hear their and buttered toast. An easier :: ;
submarine. carbon had burned out of our mo- hour I would send a member of the cry before He answered. Such is is toFLYPAPER .'. ,'' .;.fCatd
tors. I knew that type of Jap cruiser crew over .the boat for inspection, not for- way "
of May we
law prayer. "
"General MacArthur, Admiral could make thirty-five knots with to see how its hull was standing the get it. Far too often we turn to 1 ssG uiT / < .

Rockwell and Lieutenant Bulkeley all steam up. But unless they were strain, for we were taking an awful and everything else, and

talked about the night's plans-the expecting something, they could only licking. everyone
in desperation, to God. Why
advisability of continuing with us make twenty-seven. So we had a "During one of these I noticed a finally, to Him first? EF T'
tonight or going by submarine chance of from not turn
good keeping away figure by the machine-gun turret,
went on Lieutenant-Kelly. "The Ad- them-it might be dark before they sitting with his feet propped up on a Does 'God hear and answer prayer -
that real '
miral was for staying with us, but I could close in."Meanwhile. torpedo tube. His stomach was long ? Yes, but'remember It is the old! reliable that never failS.

the General was undecided. The I was hoping they ago empty but he was leaning for prayer is the cry of faith coming Always economical to use, and not

afternoon trip had been rough, and hadn't seen us and praying that the ward, retching between his knees. from the heart of an obedient child. rationed. For sale ,at drug and

Bulkeley had warned the night sun would hurry up and set, but it From this I guessed it might be God may answer other prayers, but grocery stores.

would be rougher Yet as we lay just pooped along-seemed to hang' one of our passengers and sent a He always answers such a prayer. c ATCH E.TH GERM rY._

there in the cove, the sea seemed there above the horizon for weeks 'quartermaster to ask him if he His answer may not be in accord

calm enough, and the sky gave no and finally bobbed under at, seven wouldn't care to go below. The with our opinion of what it should jc/yc

hint of bad weather. So on the as- o'clock."If quartermaster returned and saluted be, for His wisdom is infinite. He

surance of the Admiral that it wouldbe you've never been in the trop- : 'The General says he doesn'twant knows better than we what the an-

good weather, the General decided ics, you don't realize how fast it toTnove, sir-he knows ,what's swer, should be; Let us trust the THE TANGLEFOOT CO. War 7 uy

they'd continue with us. gets dark-almost no 'twilight at best for him.' Judge of all the earth to do right Grand Rapids, Mich..6 tonds

"Then, as Bulkeley] had said all." (TO DE CONTINUED) (Gen, 18:25): .,



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I In their younger days they had Having attended first-aid lectures,
been .sweethearts. Now in old age, the young wife was quite pleased -
they sat and talked of those long- when hubby came home looking and .x SZRV/CE *
k/ C **A
gone times-their first kiss, their j" ? feeling. seedy. The favorite cigarette with men in the C w
first quarrel, their last kiss, their Proudly producing her thermometer Army, Navy, Marines, and Coast Guardis
Camel. (Based on actual sales records win
last quarrel. she proceeded to take his tem- Post Exchanges and Canteens.) i
Gradually the glamour of the past perature.The .
held sway, and the old man said: result so startled her that she
"Ay, Maggie, I have never for- scribbled a note to the doctor and
). gotten you. I've never loved an- & sent it by the maid.
other!" "Please come at once," it ran.
"Andrew," she replied, with moisture "Casey is me "pertickler friend, "My husband's temperature is 136." .Uamer41
j in her eyes, "you're just as big oi have ye know. Soon back came the reply:
: a liar as ever-and I believe you "G'wanI! If he was pertickler, he "The case is beyond my skill.
.just the same!" 'wouldn't be yer friend." Send for the fire-engine." -

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b'1 JDAY.'TfJLY ft.. tnt2SHORTAGE .
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OPA added, more fresh fish Is avail county commissioners will In the future l'iOTICB
CAUSES able. ;- be elected by a county-wide vote -

Officials said advance announcement or a district vote as Is the law now. Notice Is hereby given that the following described
thereof will lands, or so
as be much
of the. changes might permita to the ,necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set
same together with opposite -
iREO POINT VALUE "run" on such things as tomato; I Acute be tale at second the costs day of of such sale and advertising', will '
SeriousnessContinued ttt oclockanoonntail ee CITY HALL, h esL'ITY D 1013, beginning:
catsup or chili sauce (which will FLORIDA. of t OI' CLEWISTON.

go up 7 points in the pint size) oBut r I .,
on canned fish (up 4 points.) ( from Page 5) R.: Y. PATTERSON, Tax Collector, City of Clewiston.

they declared the problems of distributing the essential needs. I DESCRIPTION OF I.\\ND\ Owner

Housewives: will find that red the new charts and tables I Mr. Brown quoted a telegram from Lot 23. Block 22. ."..........................-..... ......__._....._ J. E. Amount of Toxt'n ,
Jpoints will not as far during the to the nation's grocers and butchers W. M. Jeffers, rubber director, which I Lot 31, Block 26 --...-.---..-.---_....-;......_...__. J. E. Beardsley Beardsley Agent ........_.._._..__..$ 6.00
go Lots 3, 4, 19, 20, Agent _.. _......
made inevitable a timelag or'a day I he asked ration boards to pass'along I r r Lot 4; Block 139 Block.............27".e....-....:..-.___............_.. Mrs.Elbert Edith L;: Stewart ._.__..:..._...K.__ ,20 500:00
be-cause or two between the announcement to. the public in order to fully ac Lot 8; Block 139 _-...-.-....-._.,-......,......._............ E. E. Minor M(J.Loser E. Be ..._.____' 4..50.r

placed beef, lamb, mutton some and the effective date. quaint them with the urgent need Lot 7, Block 1H7 .... .. ,.. ..,. Agent) -...-......--.-.._._irdaley__. '
on. _._.,..,.._............... J. E. ;; -"- 500
for the of individual Lot 8, Block 172 .___ ... ._......... .. Beardsley Agent .._.....__.
cuts of veal, canned fish .catsup and cooperation every -- ... .......,.....,...... Mrs. Carrie A. ... 500
Lot .......... Tumalty _..__..
14 Block 172 -.-.. ....___...........:. J, E. 5.00
chili-sauce. Blue points! ;, are affect-j! Colorful Indians- Lot '2, Block 173 ..............;_.....__....;;...., _...: .........?. J. E. Baker Beardsley. ........,.Agent._.._____...'._.."_"__' COO
ed, too, by a rise in potiitvalue: of Mr.) Jeffers wired: "I know you i i Lot 6, Block 175 ._..._._.;............._.!..;. ......;:............ Minerva D Schroder- ____...____ 500
i Lot 4, Block 176 _........,., _....._. ...._ 4.00 =
i :: :;: .....,......... ,.. Ruth R. .
four vegetables and five fiurts.! Re'ductions -I and your organization here fully Lots 21, 22, Block 176 ?...,.-._.......J..f".::...._............. .. Ruth R Beardsley ...__._......_..._ 600
were made flair canned. green (Continued from rage '1) realize the necessity for strict ad- Lot 24, Block 170 ......_...:................,.._ ?............_.. Ruth R. Beardsley Beardsley _..___._._...__.. ___. 14.00
Lot 29, Block 176 .... ... ..,_... _.__ 8.00
: _. ....
1' -- ::: ::.;,..._._._. Mrs. E. A.Stone _.__
beans, tomato paste'atriall sizes ofi; to any Indian. herence to the announced tire con- Lot '30, Block 170--......._...._...........____....:_ ......... Mrs. E. A. Stone: __..._.....,.__ 4.00
juices, margarine and cream cheese.AU .I! It is likely that another group servatJon regulations particularly Lot 31, Block 176 ................-........:.............._...._?. .. Esther V. Hogben .. .._....._...__....__ 4.00
Lot 32, Block 176 ........ .... ..._......_.._.._...........?....... Frank H. -- 4.00
I : Roach ......_
changes were effective Sunday. | will be brought in for labor if the dining the next few months. We will Lot 36, Block 176 ._._..,?...,....._..._.,.....,............ Ruth R. ._.......-..rMr 4.00 .
Increases of 1 to 2 points were present group is : successful in adjusting be making synthetic rubber .but there Lot '2. Block 195 ..........-....-.......,................. ....._. .. Mary G. Paton Beardsley....._.:_....._.._..._ ._...._... 5.00 '.
Lots .2, 3, Block 202 ..._.......... __........ :5.00
.......,..._.. ............ Herbert M.
Bordered for all beef cuts including: itself to Its new :environ will inevitably be some delay in Lot 8, Block 203 -............_..._..?;.*._.._......:........ Mrs. Annette Turner .___....___...._ 8.80 '
.hamburger, veal and lamb chops' '!ment. fabricating it into passenger car Lot 9, Block:: 203 ?................_._....:............* ..........-..-.. Mrs. Annette Sievers Slevers __..,__........._. 500
c'utsl Lot G, Block:: 204 .,.__......:..__..:....._. ...._.?........_.... A. E. Oliver _.__.....____..._....__ 5.49
and veal and lamb legs. Scarce tires because of shortage of facili- Lot 6, Block 207 ,-.-.._......,......_...-......_...._......... :Mrs. E. A. Stone- ...._.... ._....._.. _...___ 500 "
of beef are now posted at .13 points:; County Board- ties, equipment and manpower. Lot 8, Block 207 .....-..-...-..-................................... Josephine &. Ruth Knight:- ____.__:........._. 4.10 .
: "Reports *all the Lots 21, 22, Dock 208 ___....-.__.................__. .. Lewis E. Mor ___.,.... ..._._,__.. 4600
pound. from over __..
a' coun- Lot 24, Block 208 ...:.._._..._._,:...JL..A..:;.._........_ Viola Owen & Ruth ? 600
:' Beef is the scarcest sine ration- (Continued from page 1) try indicate that it will help your i j Lots 25, 26, Block\ : 208 ..___.....-.w__.....___m._..... Viola Owen & Ruth Beardsley Beardsley ._.._ 4.00.-".'
I 1 Lot 28, Block 355 __. ..:_ ___. .. C. M. Baker ...... .. ,. 8.00
:ing began the office of price administration local boards perform their duty in|.]Lot 4 Block 358 ...'. ;:,.'_?.. J. E.. -: .,_. .
said in announcing the new (Homestead) ,.. $23,070.00.D. holding down mileage and thereby l Lot 5., Block 358 ..:=..... :=._..::_ !: ::.:::..:::: David Beardsley L. Larson :.,.-..===::: .. : 4'pj

Non Current reducing the of Lot 19, Block 358 ._?,__,..-,_......_....._.__...,.,.._.._ Mrs E. A. Stone .?_'_..___.._..._..._?_ 4A0
Exempt Lands ( ) number requests for
point values. While It is hoped that Lots 1, 2. Block 359 .'_.._. .. x 6.00
?_ _..._.... ?_.._,.._....... John Hepworth Estate' ___...___
=the supply will improve sometime $3,970,430.00. new tires if the public were better I Lot 18, Block 367 .....-_.._...._.._......_..__..._. ? N. A. Lanier _.._..__.. .__.__._...__._. 4.00
: E. Homesteads (Current) '$714- informed of these facts.: '1 Lot 13, Block 369 -_.....,*_,?.?_.....__.;s.-rf........? A. E. Kirchman ...........____....1__._......._ 3.00 .
this month, It added ,rationing has ILots 14, 15, 16, 17, Block) S09 .......t]-....-......... A. E. Kirchman _......_...._._.:....___- 7.00".
been based on the present low su'p.l! 020.00.F. "I. hope and believe it would help j 1, 'Dloclc- 371 ...J\.i4.A4: ; ........_.....- H. E. O'Brien .........__...,.......__.._..___ 56.00 3.00
I Lot 2 Block 371 .. ...::hT_...__... : ._......_. H. E. _......_
I Personal Property, $1,453- all. concerned to 'get through this ) O'Brien _____.. .... ......__..
situation which is almost nine Lot 17, .... 5.63
ply Block 377 ..
--i -_....JB....!...?......... L. C. Vaughn _._._.._...___: ___
,;per cent below that available last 770.00.G. critical period if you would 'Lot 15, Block I 377 ... U. A. .._ R. Lilly _.... 8.00
: Railroads and Telegraphs press boards and in im-I Lots 1, 2, Block 389 ::... ... :==::...=:...:::__:::::: W.' -x. Bishop :=::::::::::::::=::=::: 500
upon :
month. jour Lots 26, 27, Block 412 _..........?.........._...._......... :Aaron: D. Francis ..._....._,__...._._.. 36.00.
$170,806.00.Total have them advise' the people in their Lots 25, 26. Block 123 ._....-_.._.............._.__........ Bert Powell ..__.._._-___...._......... ___ 4.00
While changes in ration values are; Lot 8, Block 495 .....-..-..._.__.._..._.............._.. ._ J.v.. _..._ ... 4.00
-$ 6,64 3,006.QO. community that all conseiation Daughtrey ......._........_.__
Lot 12, Block .... ...... ... 10.00'
495 ......_ __._
usually announced at the end of the ? ......_..... Ruth R. Beardsley ___...__._.._.......
It was brought out that there han s measures should be strictly Lots 13, 14, Block, 495 .. .._,..,.._. .._._._._...... Ruth R. ...__ .__._. 28.00
; h Beardsley .._._._..
month spectaculaf'increase ad-/I : ..
a in the Lot 15. Block ... ..._. .. 6.40
hered to. We do not want to 495 .. .. ........._....._....... .. Ruth R. Beardsley __._,__ .
meat supply might permit lowered] ; increase in the roll this year o'f Lots 13 14, Block 162 ._.__. .... ....._ .:Mary Hayes Davis .. .. .._.... .____.___ 3.20
forced 10.00
before $837,491 over last year's roll whichtotaled to impose any new and ,moie July 2, 9, 16, 23,. 30.
August, OPA men said.l.]
$5,805,515.At drastic regulat( 'ns' other than limiting -

Pork Supply Good j I eligibility for Grade III tires but
Pork supplies while down also the same time County Tax I
this have to be done if present
.are almost double those of beef Collector R. N. Miller said that 99 %
regulations and advice does not bring
and the OPA is "encouraging con- per cent of the 1942 tax roll of real the necessary results to tide .' ,, c"Y'.Y<+ci'ba; ;2 ,' +.4'M.i.:w'! w/r o; +vo ..
sumption"' by raising the point"prices" and personal property had been "col- this period while we are "scraping us over, /!Vw:1 ;f9T"i +yyry,4a.: +r flj h, ? ?

of other meats. This lected. the bottom of the barrel for tires to !> %

'foices the housewife to buy less- The board met' as county commis keep essential cars in service.. I 'rJ/r r'3'' '> ;"wy
expensive (from the viewpoint of sioners for the regular monthly

;ration value) meats or else take a meeting Tuesday .afternoon. The "The people should not request I[
new tires that are not absolutely, ..
cut in the purchasing power of her jury box was filled for the county "
needed and all used tires should bej I .
Ted stamps. judge's court as one of the more im G : 1h'
kept in service until is
Point values of canned fish were :portant actions taken during the

{boosted ,50 per cent. The jump is meeting *- necessary and then recapped before Buy !1
asking to have them with
:; OPA said because demand replaced 3?,
necessary No action was taken towards set
new I am confident that
has- been so high that supplies ting the date for a special electionto possession of the facts the' American! War Bonds r Y

are being used up too rapidly. 1 be held some time this summer s0SK
people will
During. the'summer months, the l'i when voters will decide whether I goal of keeping cooperate cars rolling achieve our I L 4A ,

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"I hope that by sometime in 1944 : \. : ;?

..*..:.*-%"z..*-3"l.-l..i-l..l-***..l..f-*..:**..l..*..:-:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:-:..:. our supply of rubber and tires maybe
adequate to enable us to remove j
$.:. When it comes to EATS we are TOPS, ..y:. most if not all of existing regula- I

: tions." .
: CLEWISTON CAFE .- :;: 11"

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'1: has one of the best dining rooms in the Everglades; two large' ::i': LEGAL ''NOTICES : -
fans change the air continually. and make it comfortable .:. B'4
; and cool. .i'y_ s + : iPv;

i. : We have the most competent cooks; the most experienced ::: NOTICE OP TAX API'MOAIIOV DEED FOR ]' io' -' vjx "y 5&'T y H ?*r .if?"V4T* 'iP'4ivil *? *- ':

I I *% help; the most varieties of meats, sea ,foods,. and home-made +_ (Senate Hill ISO. 163) ? v4 s

I i': pastries. .:. iAW

:2:i: We use no- points, but fresh vegetables from our own 'garden. :Y t i: No.R.NOTICE S 72,Bass issued IS holder HEREBY the of 7th Tax GIVEN.day Certificate of July That, Open a savings account.. keep it growing '

c. Our Menu Runs in This l\Ianner-Ful1 Course Dinner A. D. 1930. has filed same In my officeand .- -- .- ,..--
: ) .i. has made application for a tax

:;: 1. Bowl of soup, freshly made, new variety daily.. :i: deed to be Issued thereon Said certificate
embraces the following described | War' Bonds &
::: 2.. Dish of salad, new variety dally. .:. propertv the County of Hen- { Buy Stamps
s. 3. Your choice of ten varieties of meat or' fish. dry, State of Florida, to-wit:
*' 5 |
acres square in SE Corner
: 4. Your choice of three of five varieties of vegetables. :t: SE -NE1i Sec. 30, Twp. 43 .S., Rge. ,
.; 5. A portion of pudding, fruit dessert or ice cream. t .:. 28E.
:* 6. Coffee, hot tea, or iced tea. .. The assessment of the said property
"** under the said certificate issued was I poW
: 'X in the name of E. O Painter & Co.
'.:> Our prices have changed but very little from pie-war days ). Unless said certificate shall be redeemed j, W
.***. .:. according to law, the property! .
< Give us a trial and convince: yourself. .: described therein will be sold to the I ( 1 I I I
: ..1 highest bidder at the court house door? aI'
I THE i: on the first Monday in the month of
., CLEWISTON CAFE :__ August. 1943, which. is the 2nd day of
August 1943 "

ti Across the Highway from Sugar Office, :y: (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL.
Clerk of Circuit Court of .

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