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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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.r' VOLUME 14-NUMBER 33 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY.: JULY 16. 1943 SUBSCRIPTION--$2.00 PER YEAR

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I : SLAUGHTER PERMITS School 'Board EmploysMrs. COUNTY BOARD TO SchooL Problems .Topic '"' EXPLAIN.OPERATION


Peers In ClewistonThe Of Fort Myers Meeting

ISSUED IN COUNTY MEET IN SPECIAL OF CITY'S ELECTRICAND

county school board has Dr. C. E. Weaver, county superin-

w IN MONTH OF- JUNE ployed another teacher for em-I SESSION TUESDAY tendent of public instruction, H. A. WATER SYSTEM

Clewiston school next term, Mrs. Rider, school board attorney, Dillon _

Marie Hampton Peers, of LaBelle, Hall, school board members and W.
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.. who will teach one of the elemen- P. Andrews, office assistant, attended -
the The board of county E. 'E.
,. Permits have been issued by commission-I Gross and J. K. Rogers of
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..., grades. Mrs. Peers is a a meeting of county school of-
tary
the
Bounty agent's office to the following gradu-I ers Tuesday appointed City Offices were speakers at

''\,;:- persons in Hendry County for the ate of the LaBelle High vo-I Mills as inspector of marks and ,ficials of this section in, Fort Myers the Kiwanis meeting Wednesday and

'4 slaughter of meat. Before anyonecan of Florida State College' for brands for cattle district No.1, Tuesday. explained to members of that group
She is a' sister of Mrs Neal The meeting called Colin
sell any meat they must obtain I men. ,Clewiston. was by something of the workings of the

.:. a permit to butcher the meat., A I"I teachThis I The board accepted the Errors t English, ,state'superintendent of city utilities and financial setup.Mr. .
public instruction who in
; : farmer who lives on, his own farm I II Insolvency list as submitted by was Gross was the first speaker
I brings to five the number of charge of the meeting. Its
,: :.',, butcher without a n. N. purpose
can obtaining permit County Tax Collector Miller I and devoted his talk to explanation
teachers who have signed contracts [. was to discuss matters of school finances -! an -
for live animals raised on the I I amounting to $616.67. This 'wasj of the operation of the
city water -
'" for the local school next term. They i certification of teachers,!
,. farm and butchered for his own for the year '1942. plant and the electric distribution
are Mrs. M. H. Sharpe, Mrs. J. E. I I transportation ,difficulties, schoolteacher -
. family: use. Miss The salary of Mike Rasmussen as system. He traced the passageof
Baker, Mrs. E. H. Holstine, shortage and other prob-
If a farmer does not live on his I electric current from ,
courthouse janitor was set at $85 a the time it
,: Esther Galloway)' and Mrs. Peers. lems familiar to school boards 'over
r own farm he must obtain a permit to leaves the plant at the mill
Contract has been awarded to Paul m_ onth. the state. until it
butcher even though the meat is for [ enters the meter in the consumer'sresidence
: Bussey, local contractor, for re- The matter of calling a special Recent legislation affecting the
: his own family use., The permit sets or business
. be roofing the Clewiston grammar election was brought up again at the schools and their finances was discussed place.
forth the amount that can
butchered. school building and for some work at meeting but no date was set for the 'I by, the state superintendentand As Mr. Gross turned his attentionto

the ,Harlemschool.. event. When the bill sponsored by those who felt that the general the water plant he also used the
All meat sold must be graded, and
: I This work will be completed before the Voters League of Clewiston was situation was more encouraging than!I same method of description 'and
who plan to slaughter or butcher -
any animal the opening of the fall term. passed at the last session of the leg- they' had dared hope under present c i traced the flow of water from the
must obtain permission
; an I I islature it was passed 'with a referendum disturbed conditions.DRAINAGE I lake through the settling basin and
from the department of agriculture
;
for' the. treatment given .if ir
I i calling a special elec- I Hi>, the water
to do his own grading. He must also -
. tion before Sept. 1, at which time plant to ,the water tank and to the
stamp the number of his permit RATIONING CAUSES !
ultimate consumer
the qualified voters of Hendry County -
on every wholesale cut of meat sold, : DISTRICT 'I
would decide whether county Mr.; Gross
gave some interesting
which means it must appear at least
20 times on each carcass. LOSS IN REVENUEOF commissioners would in the future be 'I figures which showed that the _wa-

:'. OPA regulations require that, any-' elected by a county-wide vote or by SELL MORE TRACTSIN ter consumption of Clewiston has
districts. I almost
doubled in the pastyear. The
: one butchering and selling meats
must collect rationing points as set STATE GAS TAX! There will be a special meeting present usage is ,approximately 200-

by OPA, and these points are then I next Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock CONTINUED SALE I 000 gallons of ,water daily or nearly
------ I when the board will be called six million gallons monthly.In .
turned in to the local War ,Price and I i upon
Rationing Board at the end of each Rationing of gasoline has cost II to approve the budget for the com- emphasizing the fire protection

month with a report of the butcher Florida's state treasury an estimated ing fiscal year. An additional five' hundred acres'' afforded the town by its adequate

r.. $16,150,000 in lost revenue the of land were sold in the Dist'on Is-f water system, Mr. ,Gross stated that

.'.--- ,: Those in Hendry; County to whom weekly business 'review of the Flor-I i land Drainage District's sale of lands' the fire hydrants were tested ,at reg-

slaughtering ,permits have been issued ida State Chamber of MEAT BEING CANNED I for delinquent taxes which was con-j ular intervals. At the present .time,
research division reported yesterday.. eluded Monday afternoon at the'
" : ; the head or pounds per year most of the hydrants maintain a
" ,"'; and permit. numjbers'\ are:' Future losses should be at a court house. I pressure of 450 to 500 gallons per

Butchers-United States Sugar lesser rate. Gasoline supply for AT' HOOKER'S POINT The sale was opened on June minute, which would be adequate

,,;,'. Corporation, by S. \L. Crochet, Clew- Florida presents no insuperab'leproblems ; llth and approximately 7500 acres' without the 'addition of pumping facilities -

"<, :" iston, 300,000 'lbs: cattle and hogs, since the completion of the sold at that time. The sale was the'- of a fire truck for the size
Carrabel1eJaclsonville'pipe fine, joint action of the co-receivers of the'
P 59-026-1; ADD NEW EQUIPMENTFor buildings adjacent: to these hydrants.Mr. .
the review stated. district and the board of supen.lsorsof
Joe ,A. and M. W. Hilliard, La- Rogers was the next speakerand

;: .) Belle, 371 'cattle, 498, hogs, P 59- ,Placing lost gasoline sales through' the district.Purchasing told briefly of the sources of
, i 026-2'-; May at 187 161,000 gallons since those housewives who'are still the tract sold Mon-
of the
revenue city. He pointed out
:' 'Roi gasoline wan first rationed, the re- day were W. C. Blair, l( rs., Edith
interested
, ,"" 'C. Brown, LaBelle, 175,050 in canning M. H; Sharpe, that Clewiston is free of indebtedness -
> view stated that loss of direct,, gasoline Daughtrey, L. W. Turner, F, W.
: ; Ibs. 'cattle. and hogs. P 59-026-7; .;. local supervisor, of rural war pro- a situation envied by many
tax $13,100,000.. Of Ange and C. E. Miner. The lands '
1 t' revenue was duction training program, states that
> M. G. DavisrJ.aBelle; 36 cattle, 14 ) larger municipalities The two
this $7,486,000, would have are located in Section 13, Township
sum .
, the Hooker's Point Canning Unit is I .
;
"i veal
of
,,51hogs'P 59-026-8, sources 'revenue, of the city 'gen-
: : : : ; '
: gone for road construction and. maintenance still l\Irs. Range 32; and in Section '
open and the services of 142 =
:: eral fund land taxes
f. and
'. are occupational -
-, :. ::ChrfSti Cecil: Parkinson, Inc., by* W.' H. ,, $=tt! :QO? for, county ,road-,Dorothy Lowe supervisor 'of the_ :Township 42, Range'\.33, 27\\I ,licenses.. Mr.: 'Rogers
) axefCleirlltoir: H.t-cat1\ '
; b'onST Ufebtr $3"y7 )iT"tar'Hhe: general unit, are still available.Mrs. I Buyers whopurchased lands at
pointed out that the construction of
t e'-7 rBalr4.H;vgs", p 59-026-19; 'I
revenue lund and a like amount-to the first sale on June llth were'
:l '-" Pau.1.O'Bannon LaBelle, 74 cat- schools. .,, Lowe is ready to :help those given 10 days in which to the''j I new homes did not mean an increase
pay
, :- "tle,. 'g"vea'l, '279 hogs, P 59-026-21; who are interested in canning meats, ,I in revenue to the city, but the oppo-
cash portion-of'the price and 30 days1
Gasoline
rationing forced a drastic -
or vegetables should any remain this site. As long as the lots are vacant -
B. D.'Curry, LaBelle, 300,000 lbs.cattle ., curtailment 'in the 1942-43 racing late' in the season. Meats were'post- in which the bond portion might be 1 I
they are subject to the city
." .. '. ? P 59926..25.Farm ., season, with a: loss of delivered. These 'sales were ,all
poned until after the peak of the real estate tax. When a home is
.: Slaughterers Solon' B. mately ,$2,000,000 which approxi-I vegetable season passed in order to completed Monday, which was the erected on 'It, homestead exemptionis
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::,t' .Crews, LaBelle, 24 ,cattle,: .,. P 59-026- gone to old=age pensions. save all possible 'vegetables.The end ,,of the thirty day period. claimed and no city taxes'are' then

'; ,: 3; auto license tags was way off, unit has been'screened and' it Buyers of lands Monday were given paid on it.The construction, of
.; : $800,000 'being the amount estimated the same terms of 10 and 30 days. to
4 J. w.Powers :
LaBelle. 15 cattle .
is planned to add some cabinets and groups of new homes has not meant
I/,: f lost this-account. Closing complete their payment. '
10 hogs P 59-026-4 ( on I
; v :>i-v other equipment and to complete revenue to the city, but an outlayfor
Alvah C. Burke LaBelle '12 cattle businesses dependent jon' driving -I painting before the fall canning sea- I The sale was conducted by ;!J. M.[ the purchase and 'installation' of

'J ': 9. hogs, :P 59-026x6\IlijLi: service stationsroadside stands, etc.I son begins. Couse, for the, district., Other supervisors electric and water meters and connecting -

T. E. Miller; ,LaB l1e,' 1 cattle. 9 -mean an estimated $250,000 loss present were R. Y. Pattersonand these services with existing
" in occupational and other license Mr. Sharpe states' that he has received Frierson. Wil- .
hogs, P 59-026-9 ; I J. E. Glenn lines and mains.
I'
taxes, the review concluded. word, from various manufacturing liams the third supervisor is in
,);' Floyd I ,
Luckey LaBelle
12 cattle, concerns that there will be an The program was very interesting
27 )hogs, P I Kansas on business at this time and;; .
l 59-026-10; adequate of tin availableto sand instructive to the Kiwanians. M.
supply cans 1
+ H. C. Guy; LaBelle, ,' 15 cattle, P Von Mach: ResignsAs 1 home canners next, fall. I could not attend the sale. j I Mayo, guest of C. Martinez: en-
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59-026-11 Personnel DirectorThe I :Four new pressure cookers have l li Sikes Would Use War tertained with a number of Cuban
{ himself theI
accompanying
W. S. Shoults, Felda, 12 cattle, 28, arrived already for the Unit ,G. C. songs on
i I I I guitar.. Other M. L.
guests
were
: hogs, P 59-026-12; Norman, assistant state supervisor Prisoners On Farms
x: I Bishop, M. Crauss and C. E. Miner,,
; James E. Sumner, Felda, 9 cattle, management of the United of rural war production, training

v, (Continued on page 8) States Sugar Corporation has an-j I program, has assured Mr. Sharpe WASHINGTON, July 14 (FNS) f

nounced the resignation of M. E I I that the department will send the -Congressman Bob Sikes, would Ordinance Regulates

VonMach personnel director of j Clewiston unit an electric sealer, harvest
Dye Addresses as make use of war prisoners to
with a capacity of 300 cans, hourto Planting On Streets
that organization.Mr. per Florida crops?, and at his .urgence ,
: '' Junior VonMach, who was formerly be used at the Hooker's Point Unit representatives of ,the War Food I
: ; C. of C.
'" connected with General Motors in for community, use. 'Administration are in conferencewith

r,;:. :, Detroit, came to Clewiston with the W. C. Prewitt has donated to the state officials to see what, can Citizens of Clewiston should

};.',; :" ORLANDO, July -FNS) reorganization group in 1931' when I unit a splendid pressure retort that be done. familiarize themselves with the provisions -

Dewey: A. Dye, attorney of Bradenton the old Southern Sugar Company will process 90 number 3 'cans or Sikes advocates the establishmentof of a new city ordinance, No.

; former state senator:, addressed was dissolved and the United States jars at one time. It is planned to in west Florida to help in! 35, which is'printed in full as'a legal

the Junior Chamber of Commerce Sugar Corporation formed. He ,and have this installed before the fall harvesting'a camp the peanut crop and the advertisement in this issue of the

,' here this week and made a plea for his family plan to return to, Detroitto season starts. The unit will also Food Administration 'is also con- News.

greater efficiency government' and reside. I have access to the same twelve pressure sidering similar camps in Winter The ordinance rleates to the plant-

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";, on part, of voters. been active in various church and the'' unit, last year: by the Farm Security where prisoners could be employed the streets, parks or parkw; I's in

In concluding he said In part: civic groups in Clewiston and they.1 board. "' \r[ helping with fruit and vegetable Clewiston; and to the placing or

'--,"Due to tremendous population 'increases will be missed from the community.At .: During the past season, the first 1 Iin'i iI [harvesting next season. removal of poles, wires, etc., on those

; in recent' years we have the present time Mr.; VonMach is I 1 the unit has operated, 160 differ- Under international law war' pris-I locations. Provisions are made

. i::: not had time to fully analyze the I I president of the local chapter of the ent housewives availed themselves of I oners may be compelled! to work in whereby residents who wish may apply

residents:;::' who have movea within our National Council of Catholic Youths the equipment at the unit and can- any capacity not directly connectedwith I : to the city for permits.

borders, nor they Florida. We have I and of the Catholic Men's Society of ned from 5 to 1500 cans each. the production of war materials. The ordinance was passed by city'

not developed a high degree of St., Margaret's parish. He is com- Prevailing wages must be\ commission at its July meeting.,

\ loyalty to a statewide ideal. We mander of Flotilla 7, of the 'Coast Collector Leaves Tax paid prisoners who remain under --

think too much In provincial terms Guard Auxiliary and has taken a guard of military authorities.War I II George's Nephew Is
of cities, of counties, of small sec- great interest in promoting that '
'
Forms At Post Office prisoners now being assembled :-
.tions ,rather than in terms of Flor- ]
: .ganization here on the lake.
I or-I at Camp' Blanding could be In Action
Ida. Mr. i Missing
VonMach is also a used, Sikes points out. ,_

I school board member from.. the Celw- John H. Maloy, Jr., deputy collector -

.- Breweries Sponsoring iston district. of Internal revenue of the j Florida's Ace Flyer Mr. and Mrs. Robert George have

their nephew,
West Palm Beach office, was in received word that
, : Series of Meetings Red Cross'Knitters left I Visits Training W Dale Ladd, 22, of Peoria, Illinois -
,
Clewiston this week, and : a supply Schools
' j ._, I i Is missing in action since July
of withholding tax blanks at the,.
TALLAHASSEE, July 14-FNS) Attention PleaseAll 2nd, after having ,been twice previously -
.Cooperating with the State Bever- post office. AVON PARK, July 14-FNS) I on boats which were torpedoed -

age Department and the military The blanks left -ave receipt forms (FNS-Florida's' ace flyer, Lieut, and sunk in the Solomon Is-

,:_.F I services, the Florida Brewers Association Red Cross knitting must be and are for the use of employers.The Col. John Alison of Gainesville' who ]I lands. He left Peoria for active

J ",', and the Brewery Industry completed and turned in to the receipts are to her given to employees knocked six Jap planes out of the; duty with the' Naval Reserves in

r". '" Foundation pf New York are jointly production room In\;>.time to be pre ) when they l leave the employof sky and destroyed another on the November, 1940, and was on transport -

.,. sponsoring a series of meetings pared, packed and' :"shipped by the the employer, or.- when the em- ground in the China theatre and duty in the Southwest Pacific,

4. throughout the state to acquaint' re- first of August. f::; ployer goes out of' business, 'or at I Speaking before the joint meeting

" tail beer dealers ,with -their problem Your cooperation getting these the end of the calendar year. \ who has seen action in England, Each round of ammunition' fired

in connection with the serving garments in to' us, on time will be A number of leaflets giving details Persia and Russia, thrilled Air Ca- from a big gun requires four sep-'

-i of beer 'to members of', the armed greatly' appreciated. '" I- of the new withholding tax was I dets in training at Lodwick Aviation arate explosives; aerial bombs. require -

) services.i .\, TV;,': '>t-f,*.:.: --Mrs.: F.,f Dane," Duff' also left at' the post-office. .::' >. '::,' (Continued on\ page: ,, S) :.._,: :.._ three:.., ., .. ':-1',1,1, '", :',,

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@ WHITE ,,_ -; ?, W.N.U.FEATURES A drop-leaf table savevalu-
By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. may
Of The Moody Bible Institute of o able space in a combined kitchen
THE STORY SO FAR: The story of there were other boulders fifty yards was riding with a mere child of (Released Jby Western Newspaper Union) and dining room.

their part In the battle for the Philippines out. We got some dynamite and. thirty.) Anyway, Quezon and his *

It being told by four of the five worked all one afternoon pounding family were loaded into cars and When browning sausages in a

naval officers who are 'all that Is left holes in them and blowing them up. we were off."Meanwhile. Lesson for July 11 pan, to prevent excessive greasiness -

of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron Lieutenant 3. They- With our money we hired natives I'd left Akers on pa- pour off the fat as soon as
are Lieut. John Bulkeley (noW. driving carabao to pull pieces away, trol outside the harbor. If a Jap Lesson subjects and 'Scripture texts selected it collects.
commander
Commander), squadron ; and copyrighted by International
Lieut.' R. B. Kelly, second-in-command; at the rate of one peso for the native destroyer came nosing around, I Council of Religious Education; used by *' .
and Ensigns Anthony Akers and GeorgeE. and another for the carabao. didn't want, him to cut off our retreat permission. Always add a little melted but-

Cox, Jr. March 11 Lieut. Bulkeley and figured Akers could 'han- ter to uncooked frosting. It improves -
delivered to the squadron their secret orders "We were about ready now for dle him." GOD CALLS A LEADER the flavor and prevents

to take General MacArthur's. party the test," said Lieutenant Kelly. "I was riding back and forth, cracking. '
and some additional personnel to the "Another army tug showed up. We about two miles offshore in my 35 LESSON GOLDEN TEXT-Exodus TEXT-Come now 3:1-12.therefore and '

southern Islands where they would be hitched a line onto it, we bridled the boat," said Akers, "keeping my eye I will send thee unto Pharaoh that thou Remember that stuffing expands
met by transport planes which would wheelhouse of the first tug with a balls peeled for any of these mayest bring forth my people the.children when heated. Never pack it in too
carry General MacArthur to his new seven of Israel out of Egypt.-Exodus 3:10. tightly. If it doesn't have
in
The weather was bad. line, and as the tide came we Jap destroyers, when all of a sud- room to
headquarters. took The 34 boat needed expand, it will become
soundings. soggy.
den
there thud and
But they arrived safely.CHAPTER was a a splintering -
God calls
five foot of water to float-that noise-we had crashed into a men, commissions, and
meant we'd had to dig a two-foot uses them to carry out His plans
submerged object, a raft with metalon Lovely Tulip ApronIn
XI hole under her-had we done it? it apparently, which ripped a and purposes in the earth. What a

"High tide was nine o'clock at twenty-foot strip out of our bow. 'great truth that is, and how it glorifies Colorful Applique

"General Sharp, commanding officer night. At 8:45 the two tugs starteda Water came pouring in, and we got the destiny of man Ito know

of the island of Mindanao, was steady pull; she didn't budge. The busy with buckets and pump-" that it is' divinely appointed.As .

down to meet us, and as soon as we water churned as we took sound- Joseph Parker effectively
-and kept right on withyour loo0 .
could see the pier we woke up Gen- ings. As nine approached, 'we signaled -patrol _" said Bulkeley "which points out, the experience of Mosesin

eral MacArthur," said Bulkeley. the tugs to give everythingthey took of Midian was a direct dealing with .po

"He shook the salt water out of his had. At 9:03 the 34 gave a plenty guts. God, whereas we who may not be naapp e

gold general's cap, flipped it on his sudden lurch-she was free and "The water kept gaining ton us, able to "see "fountain" must "be

head-somehow it always lands ata would fight once morel! But first but we thought we could hold it content to drink a't the stream," but

jaunty angle, seems to go with something had to be done about her until Bulkeley got back with Que- should always remember that the .: a

his cane-and looked around with back end-rudders, struts, and pro- zon to the pier, although I knew we stream flows from that same fountain -

his jaw set-a fine figure of a soldier ,pellers were a jumble of-bent steel. could never get her back to Mindanao a.
I
in that condition. When I saw
"Before he left for Del Monte the "Every man should put to himselfthe
the of the I it
lights car figured
"Then he said to me, 'Bulkeley, skipper had told us he'd heard of a into the harbor. questions. What is my destiny?
was safe to come
I'm giving every officer and man little machine shop up the coast at What does God mean me to be and ,
here the Silver Star for gallantry. She was sinking fast then, so we to do in the world?"
,
left her in a place where she would
You've taken me out of the jaws of
drift on the sand and in the morn- For our instruction and guidancewe
.' death, and I won't forget it! 444 at ; consider then
the
story of the
"Still later that afternoon he told ing the army could salvage her machine
call of this
outstanding leader of
'guns. Then we all climbed
me: 'If the boats never accomplish
Israel. It presents him as a true
and burnednow aboard the 41 boat' with Bulkeleyand
anything more were
they'd have earned thuvkeepa the Quezon party. You mightsay servant of God, one who wasI. Pattern No. 5400.

thousand times over., If possible, that was the end of the 35 boat Personally Equipped. you can retain the lovely

when I get to Melbourne I'll get you and yet it ,wasn't quite, althoughshe ; While it is a blessed truth that beauty of the tulips by making

and your key men out.' fought her'last fight. 'Bulkeley God will use any man who surren- this flower-like apron. Sprinkle it

"The afternoon we arrived," said was working frantically to keep the ders himself to His control and guid- with vivid tulip-colored patchwork

Kelly, "Bulkeley told us what Mac- squadron together. A few days later ance, no matter how limited that pieces. It will 'brighten your appearance -

Arthur had said about getting us .M he came over, plugged the hole man's ability'' and training may be, with its dainty fresh-

out if he could. It was good news, temporarily, and towed her back to. it is also true that, other things be- ness.

but we weren't exactly excited. ForIf ,Cebu, where we hoisted her on the ing equal, the man with the best .

the air force couldn't get even marine railway for repairs. We equipment: will be the most useful To obtain pattern for Applique Tulip

one serviceable plane up here from burned her just before the Japs servant. Apron (Pattern No.. 5400)) send 15 cents
came into the town." and one cent for postage In coins for each
Australia to take MacArthur out
God gave,Moses a unique
"The 'trip back with Quezon prepara- pattern desired your name, your address
was
what chance had we? tion. He was first of all a Hebrew, and pattern number.
"Our job, I knew? would be to as rough as I'll ever see," said born among the people that he was HOME NEEDLEWORK
"We left at three o'clock
fight out the war in the southern 4" .: with Bulkeley. hundred miles to to lead. He knew the luxury and all 530 South Wells St. ChicagoIRRITATIONS
one twenty
Islands-with torpedoes while we the cultural advantages of the Egyptian -
before dawn. At four o'clock '
had them, and on land with rifles go a i court (Acts 7:22)), with the safe-
big, sea landed punch in the
us a
when they were expended. So bet- guard of training by his own motheras
ter not get our hopes up. jaw which knocked two torpedoes his -nurse. S KD [g OF
loose in their tubes and instantly
"The boats were to be anchoredoff HI EXTERNAL CAUSEacne
they started a hot run-a terrific ,He observed at first' hand ,the oppression -
the beach, and before I left mine, hissing of compressed air, the 'pro- of his people, and made a pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
I told executive officer to checkon ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
my self-willed and
impulsive effort to
it sounded like the
pellers grinding, miseries with simple home treatment.
the anchor-we were close to the 'jiw end of the world. deal with the problem. The result Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
beach and there was a 'lot of surf ; swxy was that he had a "postgraduate"'course healing works the antiseptic way. ,Use
"In a situation like that said ,
coral. Black and White Continent only as di-
pounding the Just to: make Bulkeley. "The logical thing, is to :'of instruction and disciplinein rected.lOc,25c,50c sizes.25 years success.
doubly sure, I went on the forecastlefor the wilderness, where he Money-back guarantee. S3T Vital in
get them out by firing an impulse' spent cleansing Is good soap. Enjoy famous
a last inspection myself. The charge-.touch off some black pow- forty years in the school of experi- Black and White Skin Soap dally.DON'T .
line seemed taut. 1 tugged to make
der in the rear of the tube, which ence.We
and it came loose inmy hand.
sure, sends them scooting. But we were have learned anew from our

'Start the engines immediately! having trouble with the mechanismit war experience that training'for '

They were started in thirty seconds, took a minute' to get this done, service is essential. If that' is true LET

but five seconds later there was a and meantime the two aft torpedoeswere in military matters and in secular CONSTIPATIONSLOW

grinding scrape-one propeller had sticking out of.,the tubes so far life, it 'is doubly true in the serviceof

hit bottom. The other engine conkedout ,CGHacwyk e .. they seemed about to fall, so the two Christ. He does graciously use YOU UP
k
and when we did get it going it > Houlihan and even the humble and untrained O When bowels are sluggish and you
torpedomen Light
got
feel irritable, headachy, do as millions
was too late, the waves were slap- '"All of us got to work digging out out on them with their feet, hang. worker, but no one who has a visionof do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern

ping ,at us broadside."I those coral boulders." ing on by their hands to the forward service will be content to remain chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew

yelled over to the 41 boat toget tubes, and tried to kick them unprepared.II. .FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed,

under way and give us a tow Anaken which might possibly have loose. They couldn't, but they cer- Spiritually Qualified. taking directions only-in sleep accordance without with being package dis-
but by the time we'd tied her line tools to straighten out steel if by
'President
.
tainly impressed Quezon, Moses was a man who knew God. turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
onto ours, we were ,stuck-hard and some miracle we got her free. So who, when he got to Australia, gave : Had he been 'he relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
fast. We worked furiously four hours we' begged a tug from an army i them the Distinguished Conduct Star i iI a worldly man FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
would have been curious
until the tide had gone out, and by colonel to tow us up there. We of the Philippines for what they did only regarding and economical.generous family supply
I the of the burn-
midnight we were solid as concrete ten days and I missedone phenomenon costs only
were ,
gone that night, as well as to Ensign bush. But
ing note how alert and FEEN-A-MINT
in water so shallow that now there of the high spots of the whole. Cox and me. And it was a ticklish reverent he and how immediately
were only three ,feet of water aft campaign while we were gone." job for the torpedomen too. Beforewe was
responsive to the instructionsand
and less than a foot forward. Impossible "It wasn't much," Bulkeley in- blew the torpedoes out, their
the call of God.
to get off that night. I sisted. ."Just one of those things
back ends, where their motors are, Son of the FutureI
Here God's
went to bed disgusted. where they thank you if you do it, turned pink and then bright red future leader was don't know who my grand-
made conscious of the infinite
"Next morning I was at five but hell if fail. The majesty -
up gwe you you
from the heat. On a normal run, father was; I am much more con-
and there she was high'and dry except army called me in and said that of course, the surrounding water and holiness of God, the'' needof cerned to know what his grandsonwill

for six inches of, water at her, President Quezon was over on Ne- keeps them cool. But out of the reverence and godly fear, the purpose be.Lincoln.To .

stern, and a crowd of natives gawk- gros Island, and if he could be water, they're not nice things to of the Eternal One to deliver

ing. It all happened because the brought over here, they hoped to crawl .around on. His people, and the assurance that
anchor shackle had Ke would be with His servant. Sucha
parted-the get him to Australia by plane. The *
"At first President Quezon didn't relieve distress of MONTHLY N
threads stripped. It was the old trip to Negros was risky-seven Jap understand what was going on, and spiritual experience made effec
story-continuous usage and no replacement destroyers were loose in the vicinity. asked tive the excellent preparation whichhe
getting readyto
why we were
of parts. Probably to cut off Quezon's escape.So fire the two torpedoes. Not want- already had for service. Female WeaknessWHICH

"Sunday, we were again up at they weren't going to order it. ing to him unnecessarily I All the training and preparationin
,
dawn. We had persuaded the army "So we left at seven o'clockIwas said we worry were just firing them at the the world is worse than useless in MAKES YOU CRANKY,NERVOUS!

to lend us a sergeant and a work- in the 41 boat and Akers was who was near by. When we God's service apart from that spir- Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
enemy,
ing party of ,native .troops, and we commanding the 35. Off Apo Island, him ashore at Oroquieta I itual qualification that comes from pound has helped thousands to relieve -
got ex
started and true and dedication periodic pain, backache, head-
digging to
regeneration
pounding awayat we sighted one Jap destroyer, but plained that we'd really been in ache with weak nervous cranky
the coral the propellers and rud- luckily she didn't see us and we quite a dangerous situation. Him. blue feelings due to functional

ders had chewed into. could dodge around the island in "We found through the ,There is no more pathetic sight monthly disturbances. This Is due

"I called the 'crew into the for- time. It was one o'clock when we coral reef outside a passage Oroquieta justat than a spiritually powerless church to Its soothing effect on one of .
ward compartment and told them worker the motions of WOMAN'S MOST IMPORTANT OEGANS.
entered Dumaguete was pitch- dawn and found General Sharp going through Taken regularly-P1nkhn.m.s Com-
the skipper had left it up to us. I dark; both the town and the harbor waiting in his car. In order not to service for Christ. pound helps build up resistance

talked about what the old boat had were blacked out. We had no chart I be recognized, Quezon tied a red III. Divinely' Called. against such annoying symptoms.
done, to date with them in itsunktwo -I'd never been, there before-and Follow label directions.Worth trying
bandanna over his ,face below his Moses was called (v. 4), commis-
ships and two boats.So ,
the
landing to
when
we pulled up pier-no
natives all knew,
eyes.. But the him
sioned ( 6-10) and clad with di-
vv.
now, were we going to let this be President! However, his aide, Major ,
in spite of it-hats were waving vine authority (vv. 11, 12) for his
her
end-sit by and watch the surf Soriano, was there, to meet us. from the sidewalk as he rode off
pound her to pieces? Or were we He said three hours ago, after we great task.

going to get her oil? had already left Mindanao, Quezon down the missed streetY"We it all said God calls His servants to different fro CHECK L RIA
,
Kelly
and in different
'You're damn right we're going had got a telegram' from General responsibilities
"because we were up there in,Ana- but the important thing is that \; lDAYS
to get her off! they said, and someone Wainwright ordering him to cancel ways, IN
ken trying to repair the
crumpledsteel
should know that we are in His
suggested could we .
maybe hire
we the trip-there were so many Jap
in hind end at that
our little .
work gangs of natives to help us,* craft in the' neighborhood it was overSize garage back among the will and that we arc answering His take 666Liquid

whereupon the whole crowd started too risky. But Soriano said as longas bamboo which they called call.No
a machine -
pulling money out of their pocketsand I was here, maybe we could go shop. Native divers, holding one'' has 'any right to choose for Malarial Symptoms.

piling it on the table. They'dhad over to the President's home-it was their breath, took off the struts and full-time Christian service simply as
no since the start of a desirable vocation. In any callingof
pay the about forty-five kilometers away- shafts of the rudders and the
war, but since they'd been down and he might change his mind. We We tried to pound the pro- life man needs God's guidancein
pellers.
here in Mindanao, they'd had shore went ripping over there in Sariano'scar back into shape 'with ham pro- order to make a proper choice,

leave. and a chance to play poker at sixty miles an hour. Quezonwas mers pellers on palm logs, while the proprietor but in the ministry ,or missionary
with the army. The government dressed and considerably' service it is an absolute essential.If .
up, did his' best to' straighten the T.'w oJ
could cut the cost of the war by interested. He listened to us, lookedme rest in his machine shop. we were more careful to seek R

just paying the army and then giving over' very carefully-I had a "Finally there was a trial run. His will for every individual there

the sailors a chance. to play long black beard then, which must She'd make only 12 knots-a frac would be less unhappiness in the

poker with them. hav? been quite impressiveandfinally tion of her normal speed-and the world. But in the case of the one

"We hired what men we could, said hVd go. (Later on when vibration was terrible; you'd think who goes'out to speak for God thereis

and all of us got to work with them he saw me in Melbourne, shaved, hesaid someone had packed an earthquake not only the danger of distress, Keep the Battle Rolling

digging out those razor-sharp coral he'd never disregarded Wain- in our lazaret. I' but of real disaster for himself and With War Bonds and Scrap

boulders with our naked hands. But wright's orders if-he'd known her (TO BE CONTINUED) those to whom he tries to minister.

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lian beaches, but without success.
1 They Pay Their Way With Sea Shells Then.one day a Dutch adminis- Three Johns

trative officer took a colleague to
the natives of a part shell brought a long way across a large Melbourne store and point There are three Johns: 1, the real
\ o; BECAUSE East Indies were dangerous mountain tracks. With ed. "There is our money," he John", known only to his Maker; 2,
%iLPOPTS threatened with bankruptcy, bagsof the Japanese in possession of the said. He meant the,heaps of tiny John's ideal John,never the real one,
"money" were recently sent parts where they were found, none shells offered for sale for Austra-' and often very unlike ,him; 3,
t1xM" from Australia.The were to be had. .. lian children to play -with. Thomas' ideal John, never the real
natives concerned pay their The Netherlands authorities sent They bought up the stock and John,nor John's John, but often very
/ unlike cither.-O..
debts with a certain kind of sea experts out to comb the Austra- saved the currency situation.: Holmes.
Released by Western Newspaper Union. .
-
r '
; Despite the many problems besetting .
j: all types of athletics, the

National confidence Football to the 1943 league season.looks with The TIRE or TOMORROW)

Pointing to the success of basebaU
as a pattern for the diamond game, ," ,
Elmer Layden, league commission; "
er, is optimistic about the outlook:
i
>
"I think our members feel that TODAY./
now is the time to assert'ourselves, 4 '
to show that pro football is deserving .,
of its high position:in the sports r
world. Baseball surely had as many ; .".,.-y ,, o ,.,.,, .oeoM.dlz- y.yr.."
problems last year, if not more,
than now confront us. I am sure
the league will prove it can sur-
vive under trying conditions."We :
J-i.-
j
won't have talent comparable ,.
wS-
to that of last year and we can't
think great in these unbeatable timesof :: '

is J
teams, but there _
will be no lesseningof ,
competition and
games will be as :r
hardfought and ex-
citing as ever. Base-
ball and other sports
have proved that
-
competition is the
big factor."
_";:,:"*miw'SB
Commissioner
Layden added that Elmer Layden
club owners always
have recognized the value of com-
petitive sports, and that the dollar
sign wasn't the only guide in affairsof
the National league. "Many of
them (the clubs) have lost money in -
normal seasons. Some bfthem never ( J ) III/ //-II I/A, ( f
have realized any profit, but they /
still continue."


New FranchisesThe r4)IAi: i U =IN I
league, as of the present time, i : 111114AW
appears to be liD a healthy state.It .
will operate,this season with eight
teams, and one more ready to go N.s ji
to work in 1944. .

At a recent Chicago-meeting, club
magnates granted a franchise' to
Ted Collins; manager of radio star I
Kate Smith and an enthusiastic foot--
ball fan. Arrangements are being
made to set up an organization in
Boston. The new team's games are
to be played in enway park, homeof
the Red- Sox:,
At the same' session, petitionswere
received for two more franchises -
-one from,Don Ameche, film
and radio star, and the other from
Charles Murray, Buffalo, N. Y., promoter -
.
Sideline observers were somewhat
confused when one franchise was AJ:
granted and the other two were held
up. However, the league decided to
table until its December meeting \
the latter two applications,in order THE WORLD-FAMOUi
that a study might be made of the
problem, not the least of which is

transportation.Actually the league as it now FIRESTONE ZJeLee TIRE .
stands has 11 franchises. Boston's'becomes
active in 1944. Cleveland'swas
made inactive for the durationat

permission an earlier was meeting given the this Pittsburgh year and IS NOW BEING MADE WITH .., ',

Steelers and the Philadelphia Eaglesto
merge for the season.RoundRobin .

Vi "ttO"t
The fact that only eight teams of Butapreni'THE
the 11 will be operating makes it
possible, for the first time in Na-
tional league history, to play a

round-robin will meet every tournament.other team Each in team its MARVELOUS lee SYNTHETIC RUBBER

division on a home-and-home basis
and meet each team in the other
division'once..
The Chicago Bears, Chicago Car- ruST as you'd expect, Firestone is FIRST to build the type that was later adopted by the Government. In
dinals, Green Bay Packers and Detroit J tire of tomorrow for the car owners of America. It is 1942,Firestone became the FIRST company to produce I
Lions compose the Western division only natural that Firestone should be the leader in synthetic rubber in a Government-owned plant and

Brooklyn, with the New York Giants, working out new processes, in creating new compoundsand later became the FIRST to make synthetic rubber using
Dodgers
,
skins, and the Pittsburgh-Philadel Washington Red-' in building better tires from American-made butadiene made from grain alcohol. And today

phia club grouped in the East.A rubber, for Firestone has always been the pioneer in Firestone is making synthetic rubber tires for passenger

franchise will be nothing new developing new materials, new methods and new cars, trucks, buses, airplanes, tractors, farm implements- '
for Boston. It was in the league until machines that have resulted in tremendous advance.. and all types of war vehicles. '
1936 when George Preston Mar- ments in tire design construction and performance.From .
shall, owner of the Washington Red- All of these years of experience, all of the knowledgethat
skins, pulled out of that city in favor Firestone have come such revolutionary made these FIRSTS possible have been called upon

of shall the who nation's made capital.the motion It was that Mar-the improvements as the FIRST straight side tire, the in producing the new Firestone DeLuxe ChampionTire

league grant Collins a Boston fran- FIRST rubber non-skid tread, the FIRST commercial made with Firestone Butaprene. It is now readyfor
chise effective in 1944. demountable rim, the FIRST patented Gum-Dipping the car owners of America as released by the t

The Boston franchise becomes op- Process, the FIRST balloon tire, the FIRST Safti-Lock Government. But do not think that the crisis is past. '- ,.
erative just prior to the December Cord Body, the FIRST Super-Speed Construction and America's greatest rubber supply is still on the wheels .
draft meeting, which will allow the the FIRST practical tire. of its 27,000,000 cars. So you must continue all of the '
pneumatic tractor
new club to get in the
on college rubber conservation measures that have been so
player draft. The league, together \ In 1933 Firestone built the FIRST rubber
with club officials, figured it synthetic effective. However, if you are eligible and require new
be smart policy to delay Boston's would airplane tires for our armed forces. In 1940, Firestone tires, remember this in mileage, in strength and in .
entrance for a few months to pre- built its FIRST synthetic rubber passenger car tires at safety the new Firestone DeLuxe Champion Tire
vent many of the mistakes which the New York World's Fair and began the manufactureof upholds the Firestone tradition of "Best in Rubber -
might have resulted from hasty or- its rubber the Natural."
. ganization. own synthetic called Butaprene, same Synthetic or

SPORTS SHORTS '. Listen to the Voice of Firestone with Richard Crooks and the Firestone Symphony
Orchestra under direction_ of Alfred WaUenttein Monday evenings over N. B. C.' _
C Yankee batters use a tincture of

benzoin their bats.to make their hands; stick to SAVE TIRES, SAVE GASOLINE, SAVE TIME AND SAVE MONEY BY ONE-STOP SHOPPING AT YOUR NEARBY FIRESTONE

(j Both the Cardinals and the DEALER OR FIRESTONE STORE FOR THINGS YOU NEED FOR HOME AND CAR, FOR WORK AND RECREATION'PfAIING
Brownsgive passes to Red Cross I
blood donors. > I l



PAGE FOUR THE CUGWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JULY' 16, 1945
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-: : : : : : : : : : :.:.:,: : .. .. . . . . . -: . . . . . . . .1 I gineers, here, is
The Clewiston News I ............................................................................... 1 on 30 day leave aa.4
5: has served 14 months at Dutch Har-

"- ..s.:: TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY :i._ bor in Alaska. He is expecting a
transfer to another
Published every Friday in ClewJston,r .s. locality after Ufa
.
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS" .s' leave has expired.
TEC. Withtp ; .'
.s. *
: .s. j
j.s. -
..s.- Private W. E. Davidson, son of
KEATHLEY BORDEN Editor r ,Mr. and Mrs. J.. E.
Davidson is homeon
.. YjOr
.E .s.: ., Boysin furlough from New :York,. where
.
he is
stationed
now. He
Entered as second dais mail matter ..". ( By RUSSELL KAY :_: I furlough here with his parents spent, .and his-
February: I, 1927 at the Pest Office in I. .:. I I In'LaBelle with other relatives and
March Clewiston 3, 1S97.1Subscription Florida umler the Act ol ..!... Secretary Florida Press Association *:' .e p the friends. ..

.-- .;;...;. .... . ..... . .....H..U.U..U.U.U.U'U.. .'..".".". .. .... ...-...........h.U.U..u..u.. .. _.._ I .I '

Rate $Z.OO Per Ycnr. .I. Again Florida ;; indebted to Theodore i ran as far south as the head :; Lake I 1 1i Service I cile Junior, left, Waters Monday and for his Hobbs wife,, New Lu-.

Advertising Hates On Application. Pratt, author and journalist, I Worth; how the wreck of a Spanish Mexico: after spending'a short vacation -

who adopted Florida a few years ago t.wine ship caused hundreds' of wine-. -n,. here with Mr. and Mrs. G. M.

Devoted to the advancement and welfare and since then has written numerous filled casks to wash ashore to the delight Waters, Sr., and other relatives 'and'

of Clewiston and Hendry County. stories and articles enchantment which vividly in Of.and near disaster to the' N..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : :.1w NMNN NN N:..:..:-:..:.N: friends. Most of their furlough had
this land of be
portray community.Amusing to spent travelling back and forth

j I tales of romance, adventure. and highlights tell, of thel from New :Mexicoto Clewiston i but -
fantasy. tol I Hager Lowe provided the surpriseof they both thought it '
smart Yankee who was traveling was well worth
NATIONAL EDITORIAL I While his plot may be fictional Miami but to safeguard his money the week this time when he arrived the, effort.

SSQCIATION his Florida background is impressively put ,ten one hundred dollar bills in unannounced after his family i ,* *. -. 7
I real. A keen observer possessed thought he was on his way overseas.It .
I
made the "Barefoot
.
I lan envelope and Martin Oliver has a change
of address
with remarkable ability in the I was Sunday night that he drop- -
Mailman" responsible, .for there was which has just been reportedto
ped in so unexpectedly. He had only
weaving of vivid word pictures :
from
of robbery
constant danger us. He's with the
Navy
now and
Pratt presents the true Florida in I a three-hour stay at home, but his
brigands I
beachcombers and along instead of New York City, gets
that detail parents, and sister, Mrs. Art Law- his
his descriptive passages
the perilous route. Another incident mail in-care of the Fleet Postmaster
VOLUNTARY CENSORSHIP rence, accompanied him back to ,
the graceful leap
the glorius sunsets,
was the mailing of a large San Francisco which
of I Boca Ratone, and the joy and sur- means an apparent -
of the silver-king, the eerie cry a
,
string of cocoanuts, each bearing a change from Atlantic -
It is a: matter of pride to newspapers water-fowl, the delicate beauty of the prise of the family was enough to to Pa-
stamp, which the was forced cific
postman duty.
Incidentally he's
of the United States that the I orchid, the persistence ,of the sand- make a much longer trip immensely been
to carry to satisfy'the spite of an advanced to the
rating
of coxswain..
,
,
Office of Censorship feels that the fly, the roar of an angry surf, the I worth while. Hager had been on the ;
American papers have exercised a rustle of saw palmetto, all of whichhe enemy. alert at another embarkation, point, *
the mat- Both Palm Beach and Miami at Sgt. Joe Hall has just written
effort in
:proper voluntary blends so effectively that the but was not sent overseas at that I uaour
or refraining from I that time were but tiny villages with' first letter from the desert _
ter of publishing- reader seems to feel ,and hear these .
publishing-military information.It typical Florida sights and sounds.In a population around 100,. but even time as was expected. training center, California. It has a

has been the custom, since this latest bok "The Barefoot .then some folks grumbled about it Hager looked grand, had gained a nifty khaki, gold -and green printed
being too crowded and objected to lot of weight and thinks military stationery. The
office
America entered the war, for the Mailman," just off the press, Pratt emblem shows a'
a growing influxof "furriners" who life is swell. If there's sucha tank
simply
of censorship in Washington to presents a delightful bit of fictionin overrunning a tree and spout-
send a revised Code of Wartime which he has woven much that is were getting so thick a fellow hardly thing as morale Hager really has ing shells against a golden California

Practices, designed for newspapersto historically true with regard to the had ,room to spit. it, and it gives his family a fine sunset. Joe says "It sure 'does make

every newspaper office in. the early days in that area now known as There was little in the way of feeling to see him' so,well cared for, me feel good 'Ito get the News, andI

country every six months. :The code Florida's "Cold; Coast." pleasure or amusement, and hard so healthy and so well. content. can tell a little of the way the boys

has been revised as conditions have Upon learning that prior to the I work with small pay wa's the orderof across feel when they get it, though

changed, and at times more strin- coming of the railroad, mail was car- the day, but the people were for Oliver Galloway. Chief Petty Of- I'm not nearly as far from home yet.
gent provisions have been made. mailmen who walk- the most'part: honest, Godfearingand ficer in the Navy, is spending a well- Things are a little warmer out here
ried on foot by
For the six month period ending beach barefoot from Palm clean. They shared each other's earned vacation and, furlough here than they were in Kansas. This.
ed the
June 30th, the paper received another Beach to Miami, a distance of 66 burdens, gave thanks for their bless- with his wife and children, who are I place would cook out what's wrong

copy of the code, as made up miles, Pratt began to make inquiries. ings and were staunchly loyal to at home with her parents, Mr., and with a lot'of people before they
January 1st- with a letter from their community, their State and Mrs. H. J. Mathis. Galloway, a"leave.Wish' you could see some ot.
still living
He found two men
Byron Price, director of the office of I their Nation. former employee of the U. S. En I (Continued on Page S) .
who just before the turn of the century -I
censorship, commending the pressof had actually'"walked" the mail..
country for its cooperation.In .
the From them and others he gathered,I .
the United States, censorshipis ,,. -
much data concerning the pioneer -- -
on a purely voluntary basis. .Pa- '.- --

pers are informed of the type of in- days.Not ,rlfJl12i MmJci I \
satisfied he decided to walk \ '
formation they are not to publish, : J ._ I Jr --*
j that stretch himself just to get the :: _,t j a
?
and even when the paper, local residents -i t:4 t
concerned feel of it, to study the coast and try -- c- 1i
and 'those can see ..,.
.''.-. ay.Ytiy,
to experience insofar as possible the. r
for request it is
no reason the / fi/f
observed. physical and mental reaction of the i yr
-' men who traversed those sands year.
From time to time papers are tcld
of) certain developments which are in, and year out, three days down I r ; lr2);* '

in the making and are informed that and three days back, sleeping on the r
open beach, their mail pouch be-
the government does not :wish anything -
said about them. Only once side them, catching fish and pick- % 1

has the request been disregarded. ing fruit and palmetto cabbage along

When President Roosevelt made his the. route for food.
did walk from Palm Beachto
first cross-country trip, Inspecting Pratt
Miami but it took him five
military bases and war plants clear days

across the country to Oregon, one I ad-mission "
paper (a publication of a labor un-
ion 'violated code gave him a wealth of material for
) the voluntary .. .
his story-and from this amazing experience w L A}, ,4
has
which bound. us all and published -
the fact that the President was coupled with months of \
there. painstaking research and personal

When President Roosevelt went to interviews'with old timers, he as-
Casablanca I sembled material for "The Barefoot
every' newspaper
where near his route through- anY-I I Mailman."

United States (and that included I His book is one ofthe most delightful -

this paper) *were informed by the ever: written about Florida.

office of censorship in Washington. It reveals an intimate knowledge of

that "the president is on a highly, : the subject that few have been, ableto

secret and extremely ,important mis-;, grasp and put in print. The historical -

sion" and that under no circumstances i! facts reveal some intensely

should his whereabouts be. interesting details that were all but:

mentioned, should he be seen and I forgotten until he painstakingly dug .,
ham e
recognized along the route., them up. Among these are the -y i f. '
t .
', MI ..
The code is a voluntary code, story of how Palm Beach got its \ ,'., I .
:
which the press is proud to keep. It, name; how the town of Juno becamethe : r 1 t F A :;.:
is a tribute to America as a nation county seat of Dade-which at: F ,
.
II ,.'. .
that a voluntary code of censorship .'that time was larger than the state: ( .

among newspapers can be successful.We of Massachusetts; how an ambitious I ..) :

know of.no other country at war, promoter established the Celestial! ':; :
}I ., .
where such is the case. We are reminded -|i Railroad-a narrow gauge line that }
) .
'
by Mr: Price that "The war connected with the Florida East I : :
is not over, and the. experiment of: Coast at its Titusville terminus and
I '.
voluntary censorship remains un- ;, ;.--- : -

fginished. It would be a. great, MANY men and women of FloridaMoror i

tragedy if, after doing so well for a RATIONING ,
:year and a half, we should mar the I. Lines'. family are performingan

record through carelessness or for- CALENDAR .
getfulness." essential service for our country. %? -


Over, Half of Bus MEATS-' CHEESE---, BUTTER, OILS I I Count among these our Information.\ 4 y.

r AND CANNED MILK ,

-Drivers In Service I Rationed at 16 points' week in I Clerks,. Telephone Operators and,

red stamps.P Baggage Men. They've taken over a keeping service at the peak with no .
Q and R now valid; S, July 18.

JACKSONVILLE, July 14-F'NS) All good through July 31. IL big -job-and are going about it let-down on courtesy or cooperation '

Despite the fact that the vocationis .
considered essential, over half the FRUITS AND VEGETABLES :::>\'o with a zeal that makes us proud.- Florida Motor Lines, along with num- (

bus drivers in the country were takenin Rationed on blue coupons.N :..

the armed services last year and :, P and Q valid through Aug. 7. 'j Day. in and day out. these fellow bers of our patrons, know and .:. :.

bus transportation companies are .k
finding it extremely difficult to replace SUGAR I;' workers demonstrate the real spirit appreciate thee quality of their ef- ; ;
these trained operators. Good now-coupon No. 13 valid t ; /
.M.
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One Florida bus line advertised through Aug. 15, for five pounds. of our forces thespirit that forts. They deserve and receive full : ,
Stamps 15 and 16 in book Nol

last.others week may for be forced women to drivers do so. The and I good for 5 pounds for canning until 11 nothing is so i important as keeping credit for a major parr in Florida ;,

I Oct. 13. Go to rationing board for
National
Association Motor
of Bus
Operators I extra sugar. essential wartime travelers corMotor Lines' contribution to vital
that
reports 75 % of all 2J

drivers are ,between the ages of 21 .
and 37 years and 62% of the main- COFFEE Ii' rectly informed and on the move- wartime transportation. 3 14
Stamp 2.1 valid through July 21; \ .
tenance
crews are between the ages
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Stamp 22 valid' July 22 through ; ,: 11
of 18 and 37. MILLER'S DRUG STORE .j
'[! Aug. 11, ''IO.AJ.VA.IJ
The problem, Is not only one of i ___ 4 wo, POINT, FLORIDA M< Ji' :

employment, officials point out, but SHOES :

of training, as drivers must meet Good now-Stanrp No. 18 valid ; .
ORIDAMOTORINE$
rigid requirements and take atho'rOugh through! : Oct. 31.

course of training and, instruction i'
GASOLINEJuly ;
,in the interests of public
I 21-Last day to use No. 5 "
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!y FRIDAY, JULY ,
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(...................-.......-................-....-.:............. .-. . . .-. .:. . . MOTHERS CLUB CHANGES program. Are you doing your part? Fearing that if the South gets,
o. y Y I MONTHLY MEETING DATE I It is imperative that :every soldierof lower freight rates it will result ii*.
the Cross be developedfor New inaustiies .
::: properly. many England moving -
.. : ...1 The Mother Club of the Coni'munity a true witness. to southern states, New England
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and SOCIETY: Church met Thursday even Were you there? We mean 'prayer ; business interests have set up a.
PERSONAL i '
i'l; ing in the Community Center with service last week. Then, why not "Freight Rate Committee" and employed *

... I Mrs G.,H. Brown and Mrs Carl E. be present this coming Wednesday' an attorney to oppose any

.," s: 'c ':". Johnson as hostesses, evening at 8 p. m., for the hour of rate change. The Florida Railroad;
.. '; i The: devotional: was led prayer. Our crowds are increasingand
Commission has fought consistently
C. E. Gericke and a'' interest is growing. Do not failto
byIrs'l share of these blessings .for lower rates ,and feels they will
: I I cussion of an interesting get your !
child-personality was held. Those who are attending are grow- be gained in spite of all opposition.J. .

i I I Members decided to change their: ing' Christians. I
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: : meeting night to Monday and will : SUNBEAMS, and G. A.'S ATTENTION -

.. I hereafter hold meetings on the sec-;; !, Just a reminder that each

ond .Monday of each month. 'I I Thursday morning at 9:30: a. m. you M.? COUSE" ,

I : The date marked the' first anniversary -I are to meet at the church for your Counselor and Attoinej_at Law
: of the organization of' the regular meeting. Mothers, will you -
: Mother's Club and birthday cake J!, cooperate in helping your children Hopkins Building, ,

i and ice cream were. served at the! to remember this important engagement Wednesdays, and Saturdays

: : refreshment hour. ,. I' I 0:30' to 4:00 I IJohnson's
: \ Those attending were Mrs.' J. W.
!I i I The Intermediates and Young People -
: Durden, Mis. A. H.. Vann, Mrs. W.
I of the church
I I program are cor-
; : : D.,_ Wylie, Mis., C. E., Geiicke, Mis. dially invited to attend the Youth

I L. M.. Weetman. Mis.; ,H. B.- Magill I i Social at the home of Mrs. Ben ,Bol-
I Mrs G. H. Brown, Mrs. L. M. Hut- ton Friday 8:30
evening at : p. m. Fish Camp
i son, ,Mrs E. J. Casper and Mrs.I Something different and something I
; C. E. Johnson. (Near Hurricane Gate)'
I I i new will be there awaiting you.

: : :I PARTY GIVEN BY CIRCLE FOPINTERMEDIATES I Come bring your friends. Boats and Clewiston Motors-Guide, Fla. Service
: "All that God has promised with I
OP Rates Reasonable
CHURCHI
: i his mouth, He has fulfilled with his
W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
I hands.
One of a series of parties planned)

: for the Intermediates ,of the Baptist
,Church was given by members of A new process has been !developedfor

: .1 I I the Lottie Moon Circle of the Wo-i dehydrating and packaging molasses -
RENTAL HOUSESof'
1 1 I man's Society Friday night at the .
i: home' of Mrs. R. L. Marshall' Mrs. Viola Stone's Estate 'are

; : I Various games and' quiz contests in charge of Mi's. Jewel Hooker.

: : I were enjoyed with Mrs. Jack Hi l- Two now vacant.

rod ,and Mrs Wilbur Montgomery SEE MBS. HOOKER
leading. Porter Thomas entertained FOR SALE concerning them.

with music; on the accordion and

; guests joined in singing to the mu-

: I sical accompaniment.-.- HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS;
Refreshments of ice cream and
: I cake were served by. the r refreshment MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSRADIO
I committee. I EXPERT SEWING MACHINE

t i Those '''present were: Misses Jac- SERVICE

:: j queline, ,Bledsoe, Mamie Trice, Bet- e
tye Townsend, June Ellen Dun- I Parts for All Makes.:

; I away, Porter Thomas. Medford SEE Work Guaranteed

Dunaway, Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs. I Free. Estimate
R. L. Marshall, Mrs. Wilbur Montgomery M. E. VonMach :
I Box 11 Belle Glade FLi.s .
II ,
Mrs. Earl Peters, Mrs Leon

: and ,Mrs. W. T. Bembry_ and Mrs. s,

; Jack Himrod. --- ....
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INSTRUCTORS, CLUB SCENE REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES HENDRY COUNTY, FOR THE YEAR
ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1042
: OF WEEKLY SUPPER PARTIES '
t Report of County' Finances for the ''year ending September 30. 1942, as reported -
to the Comptroller, by the Clerk Circuit Court and the Board of CountY'Commissioners
: Members'of the C'o-Pilots.Club and of Hendry County, Florida, and is hereby published under pro..
their husbands, instructors at Riddle visions of Chapter 128.04, Florida Statutes of 1941. '
J. M. LEE ,Comptroller.
; ;o Field, are enjoying a >series, of '
; weekly covered dish suppers at the CONSOLIDATION. OF ALL FUNDS ADMINISTERED. BY COUNTY:
,COMMISSIONERS 1 ..
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: : : r :
: Instructors Club >each Sunday even ('?

; ; ing. ;, I Cash Balance, October 1, 1941 ---------f RECEIPTS $. 1,013.91'Current -
: \ Menus are planned in :advance and Ad Valorem! Taxes ______ _______._",._._:_._ 24,773.83
Tax Redemptions _. _______ 2,493.91
: each couple who come bring with Licenses __---">..___.____.. ',1,872.53 _'
i them a portion of the menu. The Excess Fees (County Officers) _..__.____ :.___.__.....____?_ 714.92
Fines and Forfeitures __.-______.__..____..___.____.____ 7450.37
I parties have. been pleasant' social affairs Racing Commission _- ._....-.-. .. :.. 21195.29Miscellaneous
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and those attending. .find they Receipts ::__._____.__._..____.__._.,.,.,...,,_ 286.74
Candidates Filing Fees _._:_.._.___ ..-__.__._.__..__.._._ 397.80
have been economical from the Gasoline Tax ..____........_'___...___.____-_,___._.____.___ 8160.92
: standpoint of cost and ration points Refunds Sale of Bonds, Investments. _.____.._._______ 4,570.91
: : Total Receipts _._..__...__._._..__..__....__.:..._.__.__._._._.....__.._._... $ 71,917.22
L"N: Total Available _..____-***..____.__..___-:-___.__.__....__ $ 72,931.19
I W. :M. S. HOLDS BUSINESS
; EXPENDITURES _
TUESDAY
' MEETING AT CHURCH General Administration .___._.__........__.__..__....:......_.._.:_...:.._______...533,16747
: : : Law Enforcement & Court Costs -__.___.?_'__.: -=-___....:._._.._. 4,239.68
I ,Members of 'the.-Woman's Missionary Road and Bridge Expenditures _.._._._._..,.._:..._____._._....__ 20,324.37 ".
Welfare (All Phases) .. .... .. ._' 4357.58
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? : I Society met' at the' Baptist I Miscellaneous Expenses: _.___._________._.______.__._ 2,604.19' .
I -, Church Tuesday afternoon -f r theregular' I Funded Debt Including Interest ..-=.....__.__._.....___.:_.__.._.____._ .1.501.20 ,
Unpaid Bills, October 1, 1941 ---.--...-.----..-...-...-.-.--..-.--.....-... 2.463.71-
'j I monthly business: and prof Total Authorized Expenditures ._____._ ? __. .._.. 71,958.20
: meeting. I Less Bills Unpaid Sept. 30, 1942 .____ _. ._w .. 3025.48
;. ,
: f,gram Net Disbursements ...._....._._....._._....._...._.__ _:.._..:.. ._.___._. ....+ $ 68,932,72.
; ,Mis.' Jack Himrod was.in: charge, Cash Balance, September 30. 1942 ..........--.....-..----.-: -.-. -.. 3.998.47
; : of the program. for the Lottie Moon I Total Disbursements and Cash Balance ____...:._.. __._:...= $ 72,931.19$155,89000

Circle. The topic used was "The I '
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; I ,; ,witness of the'lifted lamp.:" A very 'Value. of County Buildings and Equipment ASSETS ..'._____._' ......____.. _..__..........._...,-
: interesting program was, given deal- Value of County Road, .Equipment _._.__......._.....:.__..._._____._.._....,._?_.__$. 9000.00

: I ing with the statue- of liberty; our Unpaid Bills or Vouchers, September, LIABILITIES 30, 1942 ..___.._._.._.__._.._.._....___.$ 3.025.48
; American heritage, ,and how, mission- Bonds Outstanding, September 30, 1942 ...-.......__...._.,__..__...._.._._.._.__....._._._. 55,334.0ft
: aries 'are holding aloft the' "lifted I No. 28-July 16, 1943.
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; '' lamp of freedom" for many '
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: I ers. in America. foi.eign-I .:..:NNNNNNNN. . :..:N.1. :..:NNN. :..:..:NN. :..:NN.1N.1. :..:11:.1NN. :N:..:..:N...:N...:N1. .:.NNNNNNN. . :NN. .
; I ) Taking part in the program were=

: Mrs. Leon Bembry, Mis. H. C.j :: :!:
i ; \ FOR SALE I
of-I -Ieador., Mrs Earl Peters, Mrs. T iY .. :
; L. Tanner, Mrs J. B. Bolton and
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; ; ; I Mrs. Himrod.. I .i'_ Steel buildings, wood frame. 1-50' x 120' with 50' stringers .;..0
: After the program Mrs. Meadoi- ::: 1-10' X 24' with 40' stringers '
was in charge of the business 'ses-.::: Large building has steel roller door AI.

/ ) sion. One new member was r I>drt.- I I.:.: I-three-quarter., spring and mattress. :_:
J ed. There were reports from_various x .-j three-burner kerosene oil stove. .t;
; : :. 1-floor lamp. ..
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,officers and chairman The meet. = I.:. '

I -;,ling .adjourned with prayer. :*: COTTRELL MOTORS :!:

: '! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. .' ,' -, I I';:; :MOORE HAVES, FLA. .t"

i i 1 '=! I H. C. Meador, Pastor ':"..:......,...............................................,.............................:.............................................................................................................-.............:..

; I "God never puts anyone in a place

-'I' too. small to grow." = .:...:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:-,:.. **>
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School-9:45 .t
Sunday a. nt -
.:. When it to EATS TOPS '-
: I comes we are :
Morning Worship-11:00 a. tit. y

: I Training Union-7:30 p. 'm. ,' :: CLEWISTON CAFE :;:
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Wo'rship--8:30'
Evening 1ll
::: ; p. y
t 1 THE ORDINANCE OF BAPTISMwill y
I be administered at the evening I :' has one of the best dining rooms in the Everglades; two large :X:

.f. service. Be present to witness. this ::.:. fans change the air continually and make it comfortable =;.
f '
'and cool. .t
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impressive ,scene. I.:. s
ARE YOU GROWING SPIRITUALLY :i: We have the most competent cooks; the most experienced ;::

? We are very careful to .:. help; the most varieties'of meats, sea foods, and homemadepastries. :i_:

[ check' our physical, condition' and I ''i'.' .. s:;

: see to it that our bodies are develop-- :::' We use no points, but 'fresh vegetables from our own garden. :::
ing properly, but did you thinl to : .'.
check -your soul? Are you developing -, ::::: Our :Menu Runs in This IUle.-Full Course Dinner:) ;.
spiritually as should? Peter
you i
1i 1. Bowl of soup, freshly made, new variety daily ::
admonishes tIe-UBut grow in grace ::: 2, Dish of salad, new variety daily. ':;:
and in the knowledge of our Lord ._. 3. Your choice of ten varieties of meat or fish. 4
Jesus Christ." Our church and '::: 4. Your choice of three of five varieties of vegetables :
church program offers you every ,:. 5. A portion of pudding, fruit dessert or ice cream. ':i:
opportunity to put into practice this ':' 6. Coffee, hot tea, or iced tea. ;;
1 simple rule of Christian living. Worship i
at and serve with us. J Iy, ::: Our prices have changed but very little from pre-war days. ;

The Training Union will help you I I.?:.. Give. us a trial and convince 0 yourself. -
In grow spiritually. Each' Sunday even- f.
! ing at 7:15 mothers and fathers and :i: THE CLEWISTON CAFE, :yT:=

;! young people gather at the church .t'
: from Sugar Office. ..
to better prepare themselves for an :: Across the Highway s

i enlarged place of service in Christ .:.=.1 ..............................,,........................ ',.. .. ....:..:1'1..:".www..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.::.:..:--:-::;.

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WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS :THE CHEERFUL CHERUB l.


Coal Rationing Looms as FDR Asks fwnu p2S ii V/Ken I vused small- I
UQOR
/ to sit

65 Induction Limit as Strike Curb ; W tA ON. For hours before a.

Allies' Mediterranean Guessing Game' ,Vc, Flower bed

To thirds :
see
grow-
Private
Axis Off BalanceEDITOR'S Washington, D. C. Papers
Factor in Keeping MORE PLANES TO CHINA Of a Cub Reporter: tut now 1 try

It can now be revealed that the Right now the darling of the slo To witch my bankroll
( NOTE: When opinions are expressed In these columns, they are those of bottleneck has been broken in trans- ganeers is. "Will Russia make a
Union's new. analysts and not necessarily of this newspaper.) grow instead.
Western Newspaper.. Released by Western Newspaper Union. portation to China, and greater separate' peace?" Like it or ft1'CFio""!

--tW w L c_ _'MY quantities of equipment for air operations not, Russia has the best record of .
against the Japanese are any of the major nations for keeping '
being moved. its word-and Germany, as every- 3
This is an encouraging develop- body know: ,an unbroken record for
ment following the successful Chi- never ,keeping its pledges One 0
nese operations against the Japs in analyst the other morning was

the Ichang area within recent chuckling at Goebbels' funeral WNU Features.
weeks. Incidentally, these operations speeches at the burial of the RAF
have been somewhat exag- victims. He followed the usual line

gerated by the Chinese. It now appears of damning the British and American -
that the Japs did not intend to aviators (for their terror raids) CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
move against Chungking, nor did and in the next breath threateningthat
they have quite the number of men the Germans would do the same

earlier reported.The thing, only dirtier, when they got of
outstanding point, however, is around to it Silly, isn't it?
that the Chinese were successful Just the same, even that idiocy KNIFE SHEATHS

largely as a result of air power. has its repeaters over here .
This was a tribute not only to Chen- You hear whispers deploring the HUNTERS &
nault and the American pilots, but ravages of the Allied airmen. It is ATTENTION! FISHERMEN

also to a contingent of Chinese pilots remarkable that not a peep came Handsome Leather ,
flying with the Chennault group.. out of the same mourners when our SHEATHS Knife Holsters
vJ
Until recently it was not desirableto side was running second. 6'-95c each, 7'-$1.00 each, 81.15 each
increase the number of planes in Discounts on dozen lots
Some of the Italian Shipped F.O.B.Chicago.,COLLECT
China, because the limited supply soldiers, how
facilities by air from India consti- ever, know better During the CATALOOCHEE CO.. Box 3780. Chicago. III.

tuted a- bottleneck. There was no recent Tunisian campaign one of

need of, having more planes if they the American boys talked with a FEATHERS WANTED
could not be supplied with fuel and captured Italian soldier, who once

........._., stn ., ,.,_.. __.. bombs for operation. Now, however, romped with the New York mid- er NEW-WANTED.Top
-"-< "" -.y. ------- -- .m V--w -------- ---- -------
a greater number of transport night set "Well," comforted rEATHERSD aen ". Tears! Satisfactory
( Ship Expren or WrM
An American soldier in a Southwest Pacific outpost has a look-see, a planes has been provided for this the Yank, "you're in good hands, PILLOW MFC.CO..2219 Cole Street.St Louis,Mo.
I the interior of a shattered Jap vehicular water tank after the enemy had "
service and it has become feasible to nobody'11 hurt you.
been driven off. The shell holes in the tank give the answer to its interior, "
"Thanks
increase the number of combat very much, was the reply .
planes at the end of the line in between giggles, "but don't feel Quick GrowthFastestgrowing

COAL: MEDITERRANEAN: China. sorry for me. I'm going to America. fish animalis

Draft for StrikersCoal Axis Kept GuessingTwo 1PLANES TO* *RUSSIA You're going to Italy!" the Pointed-tailed Ocean or Sun-

industrialand events in the eastern Medi- fish. At .birth it is smaller than
rationing for both About a year ago, Russian Red One of the dramatic stories
domestic consumers loomed as terranean had given some observers army men in Washington almost got brought back by recently returnedwar one-eighth of an inch, yet it growsto
Fuel Administrator Harold L. Ickes support for their view that this down on their knees begging for air- reporters is about "the soldiersin be 10 feet long-60,000,000 times

expressed doubt that productionlosses theater would be the scene of deci- planes. U. S. planes were much a German town executed for distributing its original weight.
incurred by three strikes in sive Allied military activity. scarcer then than today. Produc- pamphlets which read:

less than two months could be made One event was the bombing for tion was low and there were also "We must avenge the needless

the first time by Allied fliers of the heavy demands from Egypt and deaths of the heroes at Stalingradby
up.Mr.. Ickes had announced that he strategic Axis-held city of Salonika, MacArthur. assassinating Hitler!" NO ASPIRINcan

was preparing to "undertake active Greece. The other was the evacu- At one time, the Russians actually When the Nazi commanding officer -
participation in the supervision of ation by Italy of Castelross, eastern suggested that the best way to parcel of the firing squad gave the, order do more for you so why pay more?
management and operation" of coal most island in the Dodecanese out lend-lease equipment would to fire he "sympathetically"said World'slargestsellerat 100 for only 35 Get St.10,Joseph.36 tablets2M.Aspirin..

mines including possible'changes in group, lying between Greece and be' to adopt a very simple stand- : "Aim at their MEDALS!" .

operating personnel. Turkey. Strategists saw the possibilities ard, namely, which army was kill-
Previously, President Roosevelthad inherent in an Allied move ing the most Germans. At the recent Food Conference,
warned coal miners and other via Egypt and Syria on mainland Gradually, however, planes were where all the nations made tremen- One ,thing a soldier is afraid of
workers in government-operated in- Greece and the Balkans. sent to Russia, until today they are dous demands for '!food-the biggest is a display of emotion. That's

dustries that those who walk out on Meanwhile steady attention to the going'in tremendous quantities. Thisis applause greeted China's delegateLiu why his slang so often sounds

strike in future would be inductedinto task of ,softening up Italy proper one_ reason; why the Nazis have In his speech he astounded. derogatory. For example, he' refers -
the nation's armed forces. The and its neighboring island satelliteswas lacked heavy sup'eriority'in' the air, everyone by stating: -"My country to the silver eagles on hiscolonel's

President announced that he would given by the RAF ,and U. S. which previously they had. does not want food from the United shoulder straps as "buz-
for authority to draft States. All ask is the zards. But when he speaks of his
ask
congress air forces. In fact, the Russians now have we necessary
men up to the age of 65 for non- One of the most spectacular Allied shifted their pleas away from air- equipment to help us grow it." favorite cigarette" he says: "Camels."They're
combatant service.In feats was the inauguration of "shut- planes and concentrated them on first with men in the
a statement bitterly denouncingthe tle" bombing service. This was accomplished food. ''With the breadbasket of Rus- Jim Farley was asked to unravelthe Army as well as with Sailors, Ma-
action of the United Mine Workers by British Lancasters sia in German hands, large sec- numerous rumors that (1) He rines, and Coast,Guardsmen. (Ac-
leadership as "intolerable," Mr. which had bombed Friedrichshafenin tions of the population are starving. would run with Bricker ((2) With cording to actual sales records in

Roosevelt had declared that for the Germany, flown on to_ African S Dewey (3)) With Willkie (4)) With service men's stores.) And though
there Post Office restrictionson
time being "mines would continue bases and returned home to Eng-- MAIL BAGE. Hull and (5) With MacArthur are

under operation of Fuel Administrator land, blasting Italian naval basesat C. S., Charlotte, N. C.: An ap- '"Is there anything to any of that?" packages still to overseas send Camels Army to
Ickes." The terms, he said, La Spezia along the way. plicant for enlistment in the navy we asked. men, you can
soldiers in the U. S. and to men
would be those laid down by the War who has a nude woman tattooed on "He's stuck with me," said Mrs. ,
The tenseness of the Axis over in the Navy, Marines, and Coast
Labor board. his arm'wilJ not be accepted until Farley, "and that's enough!
impending Allied threats was reflected Guard wherever they are.-Adv.
the lady acquires a tattooed dress.: t: _
in the action of Italian secret
FOOD : in One of the navy's causes for rejec- That story about the sailor who A
police than
arresting more 11,000 ,
tion is "obscene offensive recently got U in the House Gal-
Czar After All? persons in a search for possible fifth or indecent -
tattooing." lery He was fed up with all the
Food had continued to hold the columnists. P. B., Philadelphia, Pa.: Techni- oratorical bigotry during the poll- WIutSufltvz?
Washington limelight as the house GERMANY tax debate And he interruptedby
: cally speaking, a WAAC may not aches 2nd pjfnj it
agricultural committee had reported resign. She may request a discharge shouting: "Mr. Speaker, I would t RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
Raids
on a bill designed to take all Devastating through her commanding officer like to know why a 'man must pay E' ,

food rationing and pricing powers While militay strategists had debated but the request will be granted tribute for the right to vote when he
from the Office of Price Adminis- whether aerial warfare could only under such circumstances as can fight without doing it?" .
tration and transfer them to War completely knock out the enemy, physical disability or extreme emer- Guards seized him. A psychiatrist M9NEIL'SMAGIC

Food Administrator Chester C. evidence of some of the results of gency in her family.F. looked him up and down And

Davis. Allied bombings were dramatically E. M., Dayton, Ohio: The sinking then he was released .- To which '
Congressional sentiment for creating forthcoming in reports from the of the battleship Bismarck was Newsweek delightfully observed:
a food "czar" had increased in Ruhr valley area, where British accomplished principally by the fleet "The sailor paid the inevitable con- BRINGS BLESSED RELIEF
spite of the opposition of President and American airmen had air of asking a sensible ques-
dropped arm rather than by British bat- sequence Urge Bottteft ntf-.]* -Smal1 Size 60c
Roosevelt to such a measure. Dis- 10,000 tons of bombs within a month. tleships. tion of Congress-and had his head ] Mill (000 CROC JTOIKerlTIUItiirtciiptillrtcif
satisfied over home front war operations -! examined!"
One MCNEIL DRUG co,inc.
disclosed
of the bill report that Ger- Florida I
proponents new 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville.
wanted to vest many'had ordered'the evacuation of ARMY DOCTORS STYMIED
complete authorityover
food 3,000,000 nonessential civilians from Next time the army tries to recruit Fuller's ,Thesaurus of Anecdotes
distribution production, transportation and'rationing the bomb-gutted Ruhr. Another re- doctors in peacetime, a lot of includes the one about Will Rogers
pricing -
of foods under Mr. Davis who vealed that the Nazis had massed medicos who patriotically became spurning an,,invite to dinner" by say- Dangerous DelusionIt

hitherto has had charge only of pro- more than 1,000 fighter planes in reserve officers long before ,Pearl ing: "I've already"et. would be a dangerous delusion
duction and distribution.As .western Europe to combat the Harbor are going to think twice be- "You should" say, said the friend, were a,confidence in the men

congressional temperaturesrose never-ending Allied raids and had fore they do so again. "have eaten. of our choice to silence our fears
in debate over the proposals, mounted 30,000 anti-aircraft guns Reason is that the doctors who "Well," drawled Rogers, "I knowa for the safety of our rights.-
reports of improved weather and along a belt 200 miles long by 20 to became reserve officers well in ad- lot of fellers who say 'have eaten'who Thomas 'Jefferson.
ain't et!" So that future
conditions 50 miles deep. vance of war have now been penal-
crop helped ease official
won't be misled what
historians ,
tension over 1943 food production Under a new policy of fully pub ized. They are stymied on promo-
prospects. Particular improvementswere licizing air raid damage, German tions. Meanwhile, doctors who have Rogers was criticized for was say- WNU-7 27-43
"ain't"-and his answer was:
reported in midwestern grain, propaganda broadcasts said the come into the army recently have ing
shot way ahead of them in rank. "I notice a lotta fellers who ain'tsayin'
livestock and dairy regions. Royal Air force had "practically "
ain't ain't eatin'!
What happened that after ,
erased" the city of Krefeld on the was a
SMALL BUSINESS: western,fringe of the .Ruhr and had lot of reserve corps doctors had
been brought into the still The Magic Lanterns: The last
subjected the populations of both the army,
Reserves for PeaceThe chore Leslie,Howard performed, be- o.
Ruhr and the Rhineland to "unbelievable more doctors were needed. So the
National Association of Small raids." medical corps upped its bids. It fore dying in a plane crash, was May Warn of Disordered
Business men through its president, offered higher commissions as ma- to star in a picture honoring the man Kidney Action

DeWitt Emery, urged congress to. MARATHON: jors and lieutenant colonels. who gave the RAF the Spitfire fighter. Modern life with Its hurry and worry
permit plants engaged in war contracts Yanks Meanwhile, 'when lower ranking "Spitfire" is the film's name, a Irregular habits, improper eating and -
to set aside tax-free reserves Hit Macassar former reserve officers raise the story never much on bang-bang, but drinking-throws-ite risk heavy of exposure strain on and the Infection workof

for easing postwar transition backto Forecasting what will be routine question of promotions, the stock reply with a heart as big as the house, the kidneys. They are apt to become
peacetime production. I assignments in months to come, is: "The tables of organizationdo and some incidents throwing more and over-taxed other impurities and fail to from filter tb81ifeglvl.IIblood. excess acid
Unless such provisions are forth- Liberator bombers made a 2,000- not permit it." light on the Nazi plot against world .
mile David Niven and RosamondJohn You may Buffer nagging backache;
round
told raid peace.
coming, Emery the house naval trip from Australiato headache, dizziness, getting up nights
committee studying war contracts, the Japanese air and sea basesat MERRYGOROUNDC provide the chief support leg pains, swelling-feel constantlytired
"thousands of businesses will be Macassar on Celebes island, The OPA or the army-navy might "Aerial Gunner" tells, with exciting cl kidney, nervous or bladder all worn disorder out. Other are sometimes signa-
shut down after the war, awaitingthe where Allied airmen dropped 28 tons well do something for army-navy kodakery, how. the flier up in the burning scanty or too frequent

whim of some bureaucrat" as of bombs on enemy objectives, dam- wives who have to pay terrific sea- air gets a _bead on a Jap, even urination.Doan't Pills. Doan't help the
Try
to whether they can remain in busi- aging shipping" installations and hit- sonal rents at Atlantic coast est b- though shooting is too good for him. kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
Morris Lita Ward and Rich- They have had more than half *
ness. ting a Jap cruiser and merchantman. lishments. Chester waste. Are recommended
approval.
of public
Emery suggested an allowable tax C Gen. Albert C. Wedemeyer, crack ard Arlen are the players, but the century by grateful users everywhere.

free reserve of 3 per cent of all The raid marked the first retaliation strategist of the U. S. general staff, ; military maneuvers are the meat A,k your ntighborlI
sales up to $1,000,000 and recommended -I on the Japs in the Celebes sec- who had opposed some of Church- I and potatoes Hemingway's pic-"
that reserves above that fig- tor since the enemy seized Macassar ill's strategy ideas, has suddenly ; ture, "For Whom the Bell Tolls,
ure be scaled down to one-half. of 1 early in 1942 when the Nipponese been transferred from_ War Plans. I runs three hours and cost three mil
per cent. seized the Dutch East Indies. to North Africa. I lion-or a million per hour.




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Hull Always
Gems of Thought

The Perfect DiplomatCol.


Harold B. Hinton, now with l/ EVERY event that a man
R r would master must be
;: the U. S. army headquarters in
London, has written a life of Cor- mounted on the run,' and no

dell Hull, United States secretaryof man ever caught the reins ofa

state, which is being publishedin E 1 thought except as it gallopedby
SCREE
England. He tells the following:. e l8 ADIQ him.Holmes.She's .
Hull has always been famous for z nn a l By VIRGINIA VALE adorned amply,
his reluctance to commit himself Released by Western Newspaper Union 'That in her husband's eye looks

-and the of his lovely,
even at beginning
A
FTER spending six months The mirror
truest that an honest wife
disliked
political career making a
definite'statement about anything. .4 Lynn Chambers'. PointSavingMenu n in, Hollywood, airing' his Can see her beauty-JOHN in! TOBIN.

However, one self-confident man tremendously popular "Take It
We should not judge of a man's
bet that he could get a direct an- or Leave It" show and makinga
merit his
by good qualities, but
swer from the cautious statesman." Royal Lamb Salad picture for 20th Century-Fox, by the use he makes of them.A .
"What is the time Mr. Hull?
Sliced Tomatoes' Carrot Sticks
Phil Baker returns to New laugh to be
he asked. Whole Wheat Bread Butter joyous, must.
Hull took out his watch, lookedat Ginger Cooler York with a pretty good idea of flow from a joyous heart, for
-
it, and then said: "What does Cookies who's smarter, West coast contest- without kindness there can be'

c your watch say?" Rccipe given ants or those from the East. But no true 'joy.-Carlyle.
he's cagey soul; when asked about

s :4 the results of his own private surveyhe
\ 1 cup mayonnaiseSalad replied "America's intelligence is GET

greens AFTER RHEUMATIC PAIN
Combine all ingredients except
With a Midlolnt that will Prom Itiill
mayonnaise and chill thoroughly.Just .
If you suffer from rheumatic
pain
I before serving, toss in mayonnaise or muscular aches
I .10 I IG COOL ,buy C-2223 today
lightly and serve on a bed for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $L
of greens. If desired, garnish with t ? ;; Caution: Use only as directed. First
additional slices of hard-cooked eggs bottle purchase price refunded by
druggist if not satisfied. Get C-2223.
Tall, cool glasses of Ginger Cooler and cherries.

will help get your daily quota of Veal and Bacon Salad. 'pw
A
milk into your summer diets besides (Serves 6) Gas StomachRelieved
foiling 01' Sol on his busiest days. 2J/2 cups cold, cooked veal, diced on
Yz cup crisp bacon, finely cut In 5 minutes or double money back
When excess stomach odd causes painful suffocate
" Cool Salads Drinks Vz cup diced celery leg gas Boar atomarhand heartburn doctors usually
Production of Mints 1cup radish slices prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known for
aymytomaticrelief-medicines like those in Bell-ans
During the past 150 years, the Sandwiches Help Keep Vz cup mayonnaise jiff7 Tablet or double No laxative.your money Boll-ans back brings on return comfort of bottle in a
mints of the United States have 6 small tomatoes to DS.tic at all druggUta.
ComfortableYou
I Family
produced 19,559,000,000 coins, of Mix the veal and the bacon with .

which 10,892,000,000, or 56 per will bless the sandwich, salad the celery, radishes and mayonnaiseand Russian Newspapers

cent, were pennies. and cool drink ideas. on those warm chill. Place Not one of the 8,000 newspapers
days- when- it- is each peeled tomato o published in Soviet Russia carries $

too hot to roast in a lettuce gossip columns comic
well strips or
GIve It that groomedlook.
TAME Cut down I '
cup.
Add lustre. Keep your the meat and w crime news.
sectionsto PHIL, BAKER
several
UNRULY hair lying flat. Always use cook all your
, M:rolme Hair Tonic. LargoH Set open. Place a
: A I R bottle 25c. Sold everywhere. the vegetables.table in mound of the sal- nation-wide." He's going to be ask

coolest colors your.with ad mixture into ing "Take It or Leave It" questions

coolest foods, and each tomato and Sunday nights at the New York CBS

Heaven-Sent Prophet don your coolest top with mayonnaise. studio. L7LLCap.Brush"Applicator

Hope is a prophet sent from, I. frock, and you will be giving your Occasionally a fruit salad is all --7:'- makes'BUCK LEAF 40",

heaven.-E. R. Sill.fBuys. family the best-on the home front. that is desired for a simple lunch- Universal plans to cash in on the, JUST DASH A IN FEATHERS. CO MUCH FARTHER_
I that' eon. In that case, make it as at- S for scared
, It's doubly important you public's liking being by OR SPREAD ON ROOSTS
keep yourself and your family fit tractive and nourishing as possible: giving us a series of "Inner Sanctum

i during these times as there are so Summer Fruit Salad. Mysteries"'-they bought the screen

many activities demanding buoyant (Serves 6) rights to the title, but none of the And They're TrumpetersThe
you the health and energy. Even though the 1 medium cantaloupe, peeled and radio stories will be used. They'll instrument blown by Clrmy'

,1 food, you serve is on the cool side, cut in cubes make two a year, the first, "Calling buglers is not a bugle, but a trum-
I 1 D 1 make every'bit of it' count as'far as 2 cups raspberries or dewberries Dr. Death," starring Gale Sonder-
1J its nourishment is concerned. 2 cups diced fresh pineapple gaard and Lon Chaney. RKO will

J Jj Cram the salads full of vitaminsand Chill and mix lightly together. do "Having Wonderful Crime" ; 20th pet.BEAT

HAVE'shsrp.r minerals, and plan your menusto Serve portions on crisp lettuce orb Century-Fox has bought that super- Heat rash Irritated skin
thrills to the touch of Mex-
j beraus0they're give your family a wellbalanceddiet. super mystery, "Stranger on the THE sana, formerly'Mexican
third thinner.v on... Foods served during the sum- Highway." And Metro's doing the H EAT;; Heat Powder. For sooth-

4 DOUBLE OR mer should be even more appetizingthan shuddery "Gaslight," which, as a ing help, get Mexsana.
SINGLE EDGE foods served during other sea- play, still runs in New York.Columbia's .

4forlOC sons, for appetites tend to lag. :
Influence of
Teacher
i I If the family.does not want to eata "a'chance
taking by'
A teacher
It Manufactured and guaranteed by affects"eternity; he
great deal during the meal proper,
FEDERAL RAZOR GLADE CO., NEW YORK make the snacks count. For instance having Marguerite Chapman play a can never tell where his influence
:
full-fledged Nazi throughout most of
I milk drinks will help to get in the i i "Appointment in Berlin"-on theI I stops.-Henry Adams.

pint daily for adults, and the quart '
theory that too much sweetnessand
HOUSEWIVES *
: for children. You'll enjoy this sim-
light hampers the build-up of a '
,
Your Waste Kitchen Fats ple and delicious* beverage: new feminine star. They hope the MORE PATES"?
Ginger Cooler.

,_ Are Needed for Explosives (Makes l'tall glass) Well public, it will certainly,agree'with worked that in theory.BetteDavis' for girls who hasten healingof ( !

TURN 1 cup milk, chilled externally caused pimplesby
'EM IN! case-just see what an un-
teaspoon salt relieving irritation with
pleasant role did for her!
Yz cup ginger ale
"'
2 to 3 tablespoons vanilla ice cream --71,- RESINOI.
FOR QUICK RELIEF Henry Koster and Joseph Paster-
H Pour into a tall, chilled glass. Add
salt and stir in ginger ale. Top with nak are united again; they're the

ice cream and serve immediately. pair who worked together on manyof

A Soothing C AD WET Orange Sherbet. the pictures that carried Deanna
ANTISEPTIC W rBM V d (Makes 1 quart) Durbin from obscurity to stardom.

Used by thousands with satisfactory results IVz cups sugar Their first joint effort at Metro will
.
for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. -' Millions "
be "Music for starring
Get Carboil at drug stores or writ 1 cup water d n ; v
Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville Tenn. 2 egg whites, stiffly beaten Lana Turner.

2 cups orange juice A cool dessert for a cool meal- --".',-

3 tablespoons lemon juice Orange Sherbet. It can be simply California's oldest mission bell,

e 0 Boil sugar and water together for made in the cool, morning hours, cast in bronze in Lima, Peru in 1818 v

SNAPPY FACTSABOUT 5 minutes. Beat slowly into egg stored in the refrigerator until readyto for La Purisima Mission at Lompoc,
"' whites. Add.fruit juices. Pour into serve. is the bell that tolls in "For Whom

freezing tray and set cold controlat the Bell Tolls." By the way, though
' I fast freezing. Freeze stiff, then watercress and top with mayonnaise you'll probably hardly glance at the
beat or stir thoroughly. Return to flavored with honey. picture's main title when it's flashedon

freezing compartment and finish Finger sandwiches go well with the screen, 35 men worked on it,
nJriRUBBER. 0 freezing. Serve in sherbet glasses, the salads to round out the'meal and after William Cameron Menzies had

garnishing each with sprig ,of mint are both cool and delicious: designed it.Nowadays.
J Ground boiled ham with ground *v:
and.a half slice of unpeeled orange. --.-
Salads that 'are full of protein and pickles and mayonnaise. there's a sign "saying
The first privately owned Cottage cheese, chopped stuffed
that keep the cook cool are these "No Women Visitors" on the "Cry
turnpike toll to be
company olives nuts.Peanut .
,
organized in this country was that fill the main dish order of sum- Havoc" set at Metro. The 13 feminine -
butter raspberry jam.
the Philadelphia and Lan- mer meals: members of the cast had_ put
caster Turnpike Co. *Royal Lamb Salad Chopped dates, orange juice,
/ incorpo- in four weeks minus make-up, with
rated in 1792. New York (Serves 6) chopped nuts.Mashed straight hair, and wearing soiled
was the first state to chargean 2 cups diced, cooked lamb cooked shrimp and cream overalls-and Hedy Lamarr dropped'in .
automobile cheese.
registration 1 cup diced celery white chiffon!
fee to pay highway costs and 1 cup Bing cherries Cookies like these will go well wearing
in 1901 collected $954 in 4 hard-cooked with your fresh fruits: --7

such fees.In Vt cup chopped eggs'nuts Molasses Raisin Bars. Johnny Mercer's achieving a lifelong -

1843 an English woman obtaineda 1 teaspoon salt J4 cup shortening ambition when he steps out on

patent for a pavement material Vz, cup sugar his radio program Tuesday nights. 'M-
consisting, among other things, of 1 eggcup For years the author of "That Old
"oil rubber" Lynn Says Vz baking molasses Black Magic" and "Blues in the
2 sifted flour and other hits
Eleven per cent of the tiresof cups Night" many song
the 25,400 passenger cars Point Savers: Don't stretch teaspoon salt has wanted to be an actor. Started
on New Jersey farms were those points out of joint, when teaspoon soda when he was 17, but everybody O Out where our soldiers are attacked -
found to be "bald" in a check you're making sandwich fillings. Hi teaspoons baking powder turned him down; wouldn't take him by mosquitoes that "zoom -
mado by Rutgers University. Try these suggestions: / cup sweet milk for musicals, but always bought his like Zeros" and flies that "buzz
like
bullete"the
''. Diced chicken, green pepper, .1 cup chopped nuts songs. Now at last he's getting whathe thousands of gallons of Army FLIT uses and
r't' \/ pickle, mayonnaise. 1 cup raisins wants. our other insecticide
/ Sliced chicken with orange Cream shortening, add sugar and --". So you can imagine how deadly

marmalade, or sliced chicken and beat lightly. Add egg beat well, Arthur Lake of the "Blondie" series FLIT will be when you "shoot"it
dill pickle, sliced. then add molasses. Sift flour with announced the other day that on common household pests! It
'
Cottage cheese and crisp, dry ingredients and add alternatelywith sla! you spray 'cm!
he has only a pint of blood left in FLIT has the AA Rating, the
bacon.Hardcooked .
chopped milk to first mixture. Add his body. He's been to the blood highest established for household
egg, chopped with chopped nuts and raisins. Spread bank six times in the past 18 months.. insecticides by the U. S. Bureau
minced pimentos, diced green thinly in greased shallow pan and "And I've read that there are only of Standards. ,
b pepper, and mayonnaise and chili bake in a moderate (350-degree) seven pints of blood in one's body!" Buy a bottle of this
e o sauce to moisten. ,- oven for 15 to 20 minutes. Cut in he. superslayertoday!
t. Chopped ,hard cooked egg, bars before cooling.Are says --w.

naise.chopped stuffed olives, mayon- you having difficulties planning Bob Hannon, new NBC singingstar FLIT

Chopped hard-cooked and meals with points? Stretching your meats? is headed for an important'role
t.1 catsup to moisten. eggs Lynn Chambers can give you help if you in Warner Bros.' "Shine On, Har-
write her, enclosing a stamped, self-ad vest Moon," the film based on Nora CcDr.19Asea IDoorporatedCordell
Peanut butter, raspberry jam. I dressed envelope for your reply, in care Bayes' life, in which Ann Sheridanwill
1 1 ltdI Shredded cabbage, grated pine- I of her at Western Newspaper Union 210 have the leading role Dennis

apple, mayonnaise. ., South Desplaines Street Chicago, Illinois. Morgan suggested him for the part.
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t AGD EIGHT THE CIER'iSTONEWS: FTUHAY, .JULY is.!.. 1n"...."'t....

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With Our Boys- Ibs. livestock, P 59-026-43, ; Clewiston. Florida: NOTICE
Hull LaBelle 17 cattle 'I
C.
f Ray Section 1. The Commissioner of Pub-
P 026-44; lic Workof: the City ot Clewiston, Notice Is hereby given that the following
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Florid. shall be and he Is. hereby authorized thereof as wIll be described lands, 01' so much
from Page 1) I Mis. Madge Hampton, by R. C. necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein
(Continued I in his discretion, to Issue or 1 posite to the same together with the costs or set op-
?this country, if you haven't already." Hull,. agent, LaBelle, 13 cattle, to refuse permit for the placing, plant- be sold at pUblic auction? on the second day of such August sale, and. advertising, will
5902645.. ing, removal, destruction or 'alteration at twelve o'clock noon, at the HALL A D. 1943, beginning,:
CITE or
the
I of trees, shrubbery, and plants on," FLORIDA. CITY OIi' CEWISTON
From the Southwest Pacific camea over, or within the streets, -'avenues)
parks, parkwa>'s,- and any other public R. Y.
: letter from Jimmy Weaver. Written 'I Florida OptometristsHold ( property within the corporate limits PATTERSON,. Tax Collector, City' of Clewiston.

June Tlth, it reached us July of thl! City of Clewiston ))E DESCRIPTION" OF IIAN'DLot I
I' Section 2. Such permits may 'be Issued Owner Amount .
He : "Here is another 9'1' Convention. of 'axe
says I
upon application to Commissioner -) 23, Block :22 .. .._ ....
,,.... ... _.
boy a long ways from the best ,! I of. Public Works and each- applica-I|! Lot 31, Block: 26 ...-:...-?-..---?..-..--.-":':-.__.__)_- _-_-_-. J.J. E.E. ;Beardsley Agent .-,_._. _._._..$ 6.00
i11 Florida. I read in the April 8thiss'ue tion and each permit shall be Lots 3, 4, 19, 20, Block 27 .... ................._......... Elbert Beardsley L. Agent ..______ 5.00
I I Stewart _.._
i form and. shall. .!show such information] Lot 4, Block 133 _._ ......... ..._.j._.,..____::........__ .______....... 20.00
: about Jack Moorman. I know-,i I provisions as to location for future Kind: care style of the size poles, and! Lot 8, Block 139 .........?_....-...?.__....._..__........._.._. Mrs E. E.Edith Minor M(J.Loser E. Beardsley......_....:. .."" 4.50

exactly how he felt.1 think you j i fession capable of> providing com-I wires trees, shrubbery or plantings, as'Lot 7, Block 1C7 --....-.....--,......_-.__'....__._. J.Agent E. ) .-.-_-:-"""""-.........-.-_.__..:-.-.__ 5.0()
it.
"understand how I mean 1 may seem necessary or desirable to the Lot 8, Block 172 .. .. ..... Beardsley Agent ...;..__ ._
plete care for the patient, Dr. ,- ----- ? ........_.._ _.. ... Mrs. Carrie -: 5.00
"There's not much we can write;, eye [said Commissioner of Public Works. Lot 14, Block 172 ....:......--...:...-..-..__:__....?...._?... J. Beardsley A. Tumalty ..__.___ 5.00
'about out here for awhile yet. Although H. C. Bumpous of St., Petersburgsaid I Section 3. It shall be unlawful fori Lot 2, Block 173 _...._....?..-".......-.._._._._..__...... J. E. Baker .____Agent._._..__.._.._.__.._ __ 5.00
| firm: Lot 6, 175 __......... ......... __ 5.00
: "The old way of asking an I tiny person or corporation tol I Block --- ...-_.....,._......... Minerva D. Schroder ....___
it looks like it won't be much; place; plant, remove, destroy or alter I Lot 4, Block 176 ?..?...r:::r.; ,_...... ....__.._............... Ruth R. Beardsley ...... ._'_"'-.. ...._..._ 4.00
Optometrist for a pair of glasses and any pole, wire tree, shrubbery or Lots 21, 22, Block 176 ... ? : :- __=: 6.00
: .._........ Ruth
R. .
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before _
longer now we can come home letting it go at that is over" II on or over any street, avenue plant I| Lot 24, Block 17C .?_......_...-."..."_"..."......:".?."_.. ......... Ruth R. Beardsley Beardsley _?...__._..._.__.?_.._ 14.00
for good. Here's hoping, I parkway or other public '''property inithe 1 Lot 29, Block 176 .......-. ........_...__. ...........__ :Mrs E. A. Stone __._.-_ __...._._ 8.00
"I have a good fox-hole-one of>': of the Florida OptometrIc Association City of Clewlston except upon permit -' Lot 30,- Block 176 .......?_?;_...........*?.. __._.. .... Mrs. E. A. Stone _.. ___. .._-:.-._._ 4.00
from the Commissioner of Public Lot 31, Block 176 ....,...._ ................ ? ? ? ..___ 4.00
j and the Florida State Board of : _.,?....,.:...._..... Esther V. Hogben ....._.__.. ....
....
the'latest and most comfortable Works: and in accordance with the Lot 32, Block 176' ....._..?_.__.-.... -_....._....:._._.. Frank H.. Roach _..._....._ ....__ 4.00
special 1943 deluxe. I I Optometry at their annual convention ,, terms of such permit. In addition to Lot 36, Block 176 ......?..:!t.-.4.._...._.__.... Ruth R. ___......_ 4. 0
In Tampa this week Bumpous urged penalty hereafter provided for the violation Lot 2. Block' 195 ..?.....??......._........... ..., _.._.... ;Mary G. Paton Beardsley*-_...._ ._.___.__....._...____.... 5.00
"We are doing a nice job over of the provisions of this Ordinance Lots 2, 3, Block 202 _.?...._..... _L:?._.._?_...._...... Herbert M. Turner __...___ 5.00
here-one that will be appreciated I! fellow Optometrists_ to charge feeS|i the said .Commissioner of Public Lot 8, Block 203 _....,...??_......_.-..._....:"......._..___.. Mrs. Annette Slevers'_., _....__._ 8.80
i! for complete service rather than on Works be and he hereby authorized Lot 9, Block 203 -_-....._..,._.........._.___. ..__......._. :Mrs. Annette Sievers ?__ _...... 5:00
and useful. I would like some of the to summarily correct any violation of Lot '(., Block 204 -..-..............?........_.. .? ............. A. E. Oliver ______._ _._._..___ 5.48
fellow's addresses out this way. I'm!1 the basis of fitting a pair of glasses. I this Ordinance to the extent of pos- Lot 6, Block: 207 ....--..-..;-...........:...._?_?_-_..._.._ Mrs. E. A. Stone- ..___..._.:..__.._..__ 5.00
i Applications to practice optometry! sibility by replanting or replacing any Lot 8,' Block 207 _....-.-_._.-._...............??.............. ...... Josephine & Ruth" __.__....._ 4.10
"sure there's some close tur.I' get poles wires, trees, shrubbery, or Lots 21, 22, Block 208 ..............,?._..?...,._....._.... Lewis E. Mor _Knight_ __ -...:-..-.. 46.00
the paper about two months late, but I were considered by the. State Board plants which may be removed, defaced, Lot 21. Block 208 _.._..-_._.-......?-.,__._................. Viola Owen & Ruth-"' ""? "":'_.._.__.. 6.00
much. I in a 3-day session and Dr. Grant! or destroyed in violation of the terms Lots 25, 26, Block 208 ._?..."..?..._.._...._...?..._.... Viola Owen &, Ruth Eeardsley..... 4.00
It's ..
appreciated very .1. read! of this and to Beardsley _
Ordinance, remove, destroy Lot 28, Block 355 ,_, .,_ ,, C. M. Baker 8.0t

"uiy first copy over several time. I Newberry term the was board.appointed" for a 4-year!I,' placed, or or planted replace in any violation that may thereof. be- 1 Lot Lot 5 4,, Block Block 358 358 ..=: ::.,._,..=:?.?..,:::??:=_::?:.?.::..::::::::: J.David E. Beardsley L. Larson-_':"=:=:-__..._._*..=: Itgg -
'Here's to on
hoping see you by I I Lot 19, Block 358 ............,_.._....._..-.-,?.__.._.... Mrs E. A. Stone .._...______......_.
:' Section 4. Any person, firm or corporation Lots 1, 2, Block .._. .... ... ?? 6.00
Christmas Laws affecting optometry, as pass- I 359 >.:.,.? ;.._.:........ John Hepworth Estate ___..,_._. .
the 4.00
violating provisions of Lot 18 Block 367 ,_. N. A -
ed by the' last legislature, were this Ordinance shall, 'on conviction i Lot 13: Block 369 _.::=::;..,::=:::::.;::??::::::::::::: E.: Kirchman Lanier ""-=::_.=_.".'.-:-.::::M'A. _-,.:= 3OU:

Slaughter Permits analyzed and discussed. The board thereof in the Municipal Court be Lots 14, 15, 16, 17, Block 369 '!i...?.__:.:: ..._.... A. ''E. Kirchman __...__._._...____ 7.00
punished by fine not exceeding $100,00 I Lot 1, Block 371 _....... _,._...._..... H O'Brien .__ 56.00
plans a vigorous campaign against 'or by Imprisonment not exceeding 30days Lot 2, Block 371 ..._.?..? .._?. ..L ,?.. ....... H. O'Brien .,.,._'._","..".._.. ...-_-_- --
_.
violators in an effort to clear up the or both such fine and imprison- Lot 17, Block 377 .........2?....................?........ L>- t Vaughn ..._ ..._,?..,",.?..,.,.?_?..__. :U
(Continued from page 1) i ment In the discretion of said court. Lot 15, Block 377 ._._?. .__.._.. _.,___ R. Lilly ? ?
" j situation throughout the state.. Section 5. All ordinances and parts I Lots 1, 2, Block 389!) .... .._.... .. .?. ._.._.... "' ?'" '------
I : .r.? ? rj ": W. A. Bishop _. ........._.. :._......_.. ._.._
59-026-rS
<8 calves, P ; of' ordinances herewith 41,2 ?- 36.ClO
inconsistent .
Present board members are Dr.. W. are Lots 26, 27, Block vl:.._.........A.S._.__?. Aaron D. Francis ...._. ._____..._?.. .
LaBelle 5,000 Ib!. hereby repealed. Lots 25, 26, Block 423 :M_.;..._. _....Ti., .... ,... ? ?_ 4.00
T. L. Williams, ? [ ,? ? Bert Powell ............,....._....._ .._._____.
F. Humphries Tampa President; Section 6. This Ordinance shall take: I!I Lot 8, Block :195 .>.........-...._._.._..._ : _.___..-.'. 4.00
cattle, 5,000 lbs. hogs, P 59-026-14. ; effect according to JawIntroduced Lot 12, .. ........... .. "'T" """"g trey .:_._. 10.00
Dr. A. C. Haughton West Palm I Block 495 ? -.._...._ .,:;....._...... Ruth R.
E. B., Fortson, Felda, 2 cattle 8 and read in full June 7'1 I Lots 13, 14, Block '495 .._._..._..___.:.._......_.._....... Ruth R. Beardsley Beaidsley __.. ...__._ 28.00
Beach Vice President; Dr. J. K. 1943. Lot 15,' Block 495 _..........-..-..............._._....._.__... .. Ruth R. Beardsley ...._..._'-__. _.__.._ 6AO
calves Miss, P Ida 59-026-15 Crews, ;Denaud, 14 cattle Weihe; Ocala Publicity Chairmanand 5, Passed 1943. by the/ City' Commission ] Lots July 2 13, ,9,14 16,, Block 23, 30. 162 .........,-............._,.._.... .. Mares Davis ..'............_.__._____......_._,.. 10.00 3.20

Dr. JamesMorqus, Arcadia. Signed: E. E: Kelly, I ',
,' 30 hogs, P 59-026-16; 1\ Commissioner.
1 20 Secretary-Treasurer. Signed:_ R. Y. 'Patterson,
C. 0. Willis, Telda 10 cattle
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I. Commissioner. I -
togs 'p 59-026-17 :: .j '
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'TV. T. Hull, LaBelle, 10,000 lbs. Florida's AceCContinued Commissioner.
Signed: Macom.'V.. Bigg,
.cattle, P 59-026-18; Commissioner and City_Clerk. ..
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L. P. Austin, LaBelle 10 _cattle The foregoing Ordinance approvedthis I r/f), ify, r% S l fri j'!% r% ; i
from Pago 1) Julv 5th, 1943. vV
43 hogs, P 59-026-2Q; Signed: F. D. DUFF .IF YOU

G. R. Cason, LaBelle 6 cattle, P'S902623' I Training'' Schools in. Lakeland and : Mayor.No. .
Avon 'Park. 30-July 16.NOTICE. .

; I (ant 60,,
Harmon Guy LaBelle, 25 cattle, Alison impressed upon the men the I "

'P. 59-02S-23. ; I I importance of training and said that OP 'PUHLIC HEARING {

E. O. Collins, LaBelle 11 cattle, it was this thorough and careful .
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-35 hogs P 59-026-24 ; I( training of Allied flyers that gave uSI Monday,. August -9, 1943, at 4:00 T. M. Buy.h VV

C. E. Weaver, LaBelle. 6 cattle, I the edge in combat. He'said the Jap United fixed as States the date Eastern and time War when Time, and, is I VV:4 V.

11> 59-026-26; planes were good and their flyers the City Hall in the City of Clewistonis

Ernest Williams, Clewiston, 12 were able pilots, but American fly designated as the place where, the I War Bonds ..j..
City Commission shall hold a public
cattle; 30 hogs, P 59-026=27; I ers bested them even when out- meeting' for the purpose of consideringand

J. 'F. 'Cross, LaBelle, 10 cattle, 14calves numbered 10 to 1. acting upon the assessment roll, of I ;
acting as a Board of Equalization, of
'p5902628'; I I He praised General Chennault. hearing complaints and receiving testimony -

H. H. McCall, LaBelle, 6 cattle, a genius for his leadership and ability real or as personal to the ,value as fixed of any by property the Tax,'I

'40. "hogs, P 59-026-30 ; to train men in his command. Assessor, and perfecting, reviewing and i Je'

Harvey S. Dyess LaBelle, 17 cat- Alison home on furlough expectsto equalizing This notice.the 'dated 1942 tax this assessment.5th day of I!

Xle, 19'hogs P 59-026-31; return to active service soon. July,. 1943..

Van 'B., Curry LaBelle, 26 hogs. Clerk MALCOLM, City Commission W. BIGG RII" 7J V # (
IP 59-026-32 ; I City of Clewlston.
Poison ivy and many other nox- No. 29-July 17, 24, 31. '
> Frank W. Harris LaBelle '15 hogs, "'
ious weeds can be easily killed witha ,

- 59-026-29: ; spray solution of a newly devel- 1

Pearl' McLaughlin, LaBelle, 8 oped chemical. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR l lI

Battle, P -51-0 26-33; TAX DEED |I _...'-,, .

Velton Walters, LaBelle '4 cattle (Senate Hill No. 1C1) i i :

30 calves, P 59-026-34; I

-I;. L. Williams LaBelle 2 cat- LEGAL NOTICES .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That .Y.i
R. S.' Bass, holder of Tax Certificate Open a savings account keep it growing
'tle, 37 hogs P 59-026-35 No. 72, issued the 7th day ofJuly, I ,
.' Edward Curry, LaBelle 15 cat'tIe. -I A. D. 1930, has' filed same in my office
HIIIJ .x0. n.OHDIYAINCE .- and has made application for a tax
59-026-36 deed to be issued thereon. Said
; cer-
W. C.' Hooker, Clewiston, 7,200 I NO 33AN tificate embraces the following described Buy War Bonds & Stamps
in the
ORDINANCE PROVIDE FOR property County of Hen-'!
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Ibs'liyestock, P 39-026-37; THE: IV4.UAACE OI' PERMIT'S: IIV dry, State of Florida] to-wit: ]
.Pearl 5 acres square in SE Corner i I I
Whidden LaBelle 9 hogs, THE COMMISSION: OP PUHLIC
"P 59-026-38; WORKS: FOR THE CHANGING PLACING, SEW-NE14 28 E. Sec..':30, Twp< 43 S., Rge.' 1 I,
PLANTING. UHMOVAL.:
J. H. Booth LaBelle 6 hogs P OH ALTERATION OI- POLE'SWIKES The assessment of the said property!'
under the said
certificate issued was
TREES, SIIRUItltERVIN.
AND
59-026-39. ) ON. OA"Ell. OH UPON 'HIE. in the name of E. O: Painter &. Co. \I
_ J. J. Ridgdill,. LaBelle 15 cattle, STREETS. PHI' PARKAVV1: ORJ! Unless' said certificate shall be redeemed .
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I OTHER according to law, the property!
PUIIIjIC PROPERTY WITHIN -
$ hogs 59-026-40;. THE CORPORATE LIMITS OPj described therein will be sold to the 1 1 I l iI
J. B. Hendry, LaBelle 10 cattle i CITY OF CLiruisTOX, rLOKIDt.l highest bidder at the court house door'
on the first Monday in the month of
40 hogs P 59-026-41; AND EXCEPT TO UPON PltOIIIUIT SUCH PERMIT THE AIF.j AM, August, 104?. which is the 2nd day of

Howard Johnson, Jr., LaBelle, 2 TO PROVIDE roil THE FNi'OIlC1-1 I August. 1943
MENT OP" (SEALVILT TAM T. HULL
THIS ORDINANCE.BC
"iogs, P 59-026-42 ]
; Clerk of Circuit Court of

.- James P. Pendrey, LaBelle 300 j I Hendry County, Florida. I
IT ORDAINED, by the City of July 2-9-1(1-23(

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