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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 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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:: 1'OLUME' 14-NUMBER 34 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1943 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.0O PER YEAR

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,;!,. UNIVERSITY'S USSCSCHOLARSHIPS Local Observation Post R. M. HARRIS: MADE August 31st Date Set

Placed "On The Alert"G.


\ IN CHAIRMAN OF ,NEW For Special .ElectionKiwanis

H. ,Small, chief observer of the

AGRICULTURE OPEN Clewiston Obresvation Post, has received DEFENSEMUNCILR. -- -

instructions from the Miami
Club MembersIn
Registration Books To
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headquarters of the Ground Observers -
'" .GAINESVILLE, July 22-Spe- M. Harris, of LaBelle, was
that the local post is not Impromptu ProgramThe Be In Clewiston
1 cial)-Two four-year scholarships Corps, made chairman of the new Hendry

. awarded by the United States Sugar to be manned continually in the future county defense council, A. L. Taylorof

:', Corporation and amounting ,to $500* but has been placed "on the LaBelle, vice-chairman and W. C. program planned for the- Ki-' Next WeekA

.; .a year each are open at the University alert." Owen, of Clewiston, secretary, when wanis meeting Wednesday night fail-

.q_ of Florida, it was announced "This means," said Mr. Small, George L. Burr, Jr., executive direc- ed to materialize, so an informal and special election has been called

,: today by' Dr. John J. Tigert, presi- "that our observers will no longer tor of the state defense council met impromptu program, was presented.Nick for August 31st in Hendry County:

dent. have to man the post during their with a group of Hendry County citi- Mumford, who, had recently re- for the purpose of voting on the

I As Dr. Tigert announced renewalof regular scheduled watch. How- zens at the court house in LaBelle. turned from a two-weeks' stay in special law passed at the recent leg-

the ,scholarships, named in memor'y ever they are to remain on call, andif Mr. Burr stated that Hendry was North Carolina, was asked to tell islature providing for the election of
of Senator Duncan U. Fletcherand highlights from the trip which would
county commissioners on a county-
at any time it shall seem neces- the only county in the state withouta
the first United States senator prove of interest to members. wide basis instead of by districts as
sary, they will be called to duty on defense council and urged the reorganization -
from Florida, James D. Westcott, the post just as though they were on of the group, which had Elliott Gross, city engineer, then is provided in the general state law.

Jr., the dean of students, R. C. their watch regularly." been dissolved since the officers resigned -: talked to the club and explained the This election is the outgrowth of

Beaty, said work under both had All posts located 25 miles or more a ago. method of procedure in establishinga an effort made by the Voters Leagueof

been completed this summer, leaving inland from the coasts have been year true north and south meridian on the Clewiston Community to ob-

both vacant for the winter term be- placed "on the alert:" but posts ad- The executive director, and his as- calculating' from the stars. tain a additional representation for

ginning' in September. jacent to the coasts will remain sistant, Kenneth A., MacGowan, ex- The latter talk reminded Kiwan- this community.on the board of

Charles E. Davis, Trenton, and fully manned at all times. plained the need for a permanent ian Ralph Bishop of the proper procedure county commissioners through the
Dan Roberts Gainesville are the I set-up and urged that the group be in whiffle-bird and
These instructions came from the catching creation of more county commissioner -
students vacating the scholarshipsnow. headquarters of the Miami Defense reorganized and chairmen named for he delighted fellow-members with an districts in Clewiston and vi-

.' Adrian Daane, Belle Glade, Area. the various activities. Periodic entertaining explanation. cinity. The board of commissionerswould
meetings could then be held, Mr.
,_ was the first one who enjoyed the take no action on this request -

Fletcher scholarship, which now is Burr said, when general matters per- so the Voters League then

open for the third four-year period. taining to the council could be dis
turned its efforts towardS' changingthe
LOCAL HOUSEWIVES
Both the scholarships involve study GEORGE L. TURNER cussed. election of county commissioners -

in agriculture, preferably in the field Since there is considerable cor- so every voter in the county

of cultivation or' manufacture of KILLED THURSDAY respondence and office workto be URGED TO SALVAGE votes on commissioners from all\ districts -

sugar. For this reason, -Beaty ex- handled in connection with the oper- instead of just voting on the

plained, the'committee interested ation of the council, those present candidates for commissioner in the
'
in 'applications from persons who ON LAKEPORT ROAD discussed the matter and decided to ALL FAT POSSIBLE district in which he resides. Commissioners -

J have been reared in rural communities request the county commissioners to will still have to reside in

or towns" ,under- ,5,000, popula ,-' allot a small sum of money each ". the district as now, but will be votedon

" tion. I ,George Lee Turner, 39, of Avon month to Mr. Harris' secretary, Mrs. "It is absolutely necessary that all over the county. '.
Applicants must l>e' graduates of Grover Hill, for the extra office work
Park, died late Thursday night in we obtain a minimum of 200 million The Voters League is now makinga
I accredited Floridahigh schools
,
the. Clewiston hospital, from injuries involved. pounds of waste kitchen fats in concerted effort to see that all
'Beaty'said, and must have a "defi-
: received a; short. :time before 1943. At the present time, collec- citizens qualified to vote in the coming -
nite' interest ,and( :;a desire to continue "I
.- :' when his car overturned on the Local Rationing Office tions are running at only about half; election are properly registered
_, > work, in the agriculturalfield. :
,' ., Lakeport road. this rate." This astounding state-]I so they can take part. The registra-
:
"' Mr.. Turner and, 'his wife were on Gives Instructions For ment, was made by the chairman "of tion books were thrown out after the
Interested in-
persons
-\ formation may secure a fishing trip to Lakeport and were the war production board earlier' 1941 session of the legislature anda
and pplication'blanks Gasoline and Fuel Users
returning towards Moore Haven this-month and calls attention to the re-registration took place in Hen-
from R. C. Beaty, Dean of Students,
, University of, Florida, Gainesville. when,a tire. blew out' causing' the car fact that one of the most vital 'of dry County. Many who could have
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to overturn. Mrs.' Turner, who is Mrs E. C. Mills, chief clerkin war materials is going to waste in registered on the new books have
. ,
'. .' \' reported- to_ have,been driving, was the .local OPA office, urges all the kitchens of the land. not yet done so. In addition to' this

: Astounding Movie injured also in the wreck. applications .. In Clewiston,the American Legion there are many new residents now
not for
who have filed
: ', Mr. Turner and his wife were has arranged with every market to qualified, when they register, to
To Be ,Shown Here'Hitler'shil fuel oil for the '4 3-'4.4 winter_ sea this
', taken to the Clewiston Emergency accept grease from housewives who vote in' county.

:',; .... ITO.pitaLwhErg'his! dea >; occurred son to-..please ,file..their' applicationsat I save it and bring it in. A small Any citizen of the, united States
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v&r-r due '
"of the ', who has lived in'the state of Florida
pound'
.'.' that night once. amount is paid per for this
Aj" most :tallc d- f-pictures, of the year, one and 'in ,Hendry County six:
Mr. year
Turner was a brother of Forms mailed to all who salvaged grease, but far more Im-
were applied -
' will be shown the
at, Dixie Crystal Harry H. Turner, formerly of Clew- portant than the small amount received months, may register and vote in the
Theatre in Clewiston on Sunday and for fuel oil ration last year
" iston, whom he' had frequently visit- is the opportunity to help' thp- coming election.
Monday 25th and 26th. and the board hopes to have all fuel
July
ed. He is survived by his widow, nation win the, war The books are open now at the
The film' is based Gregor oil rations made out and sent to the
on court house in LaBelle, but will be
Mrs. Ruth Sykes Turner, Avon
E. McKeown state chairman
Mary ,
'Ziemer's "Education for Death" and consumer 'before the season begins.
brought to Clewiston for the con-
Park, his parents. Mr. and Mrs. T.
salvage of fats and oils
waste ,
is sensational in its revelation'of the Ration coupons for fuel oil have already -
P. Turner, Avon Park; three sisters, writes "It somewhat disturbs (Continued on page 8)
. Nazi training. Mr. Ziemer himself been mailed out to all who : my
Mrs. Bruce B. Hall, Columbus, Ga.,
" pride in women patriotic citizenson
- said of the picture "It is fantastic filed their applications properlyand as

and almost unbelievable how it has Mrs. Pat Pollock, Jacksonville Beach, the board hopes that all others the home front, to learn througha Saturday Night Dances
Mrs. Jack Tyre, Sebring, and two
caught the spirit of my book. It is will file the forms at once so this recent survey of the country as a
brothers, ,Harry H. Turner, of Tam- whole that 40 of all
,
only percent
/ a truly compelling and superb motion work can be gotten out. Popular Summer Events
pa, and Bert Turner, Avon ark.
American housewives contributing
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picture. The restraint of it is Mrs. Mills says many have ask- are
Funeral services were held Sun- .
masterful, Uie interpretation, of' the ed what they should do if they any inedible fats through the

,'j ': > Nazi as a far thinking scoundrel, day afternoon at the First Methodist : do not receive War Book 3, No one collection, centers of meat dealers. Another of the 'popular square
'" Church, Avon Park, with Rev Hoyt Less than half of us are working at dances, which have become a montn-
:.:: who has laid his plans a thousand should do anything about it until
,. ] years ahead, is only too true. 'The Tatum conducting the funeral. Interment August 1st. Then all who have not this simple war service. ly event'during the summer months,

':" treatment of the common German followed in the Avon Park received War Book 3 ,should applyto '"We must work harder to collect will be given at the Sugarland Park

< C citizen helpless in the grasp of the I cemetery their local rationing board. Those every available bit of waste afts from Auditorium Saturday evening, July

!-t ::' Gestapo is the best I have ever seen who made application card and mail- every kitchen. The need for glyce- 24th. Music will be furnished by

:ti .; anywhere." I Scouts Hold District ed it to Jacksonville during the reg- rine and explosives continues to increase Thomas "Sugar Billies." Admission

r.. .'.' ular period in June, should bring and the bulk of fats and prices will be fifty cents to membersand

Youth Leaders Board of Review Here their stub of that card with them to grease to make them must come from service-men and seventyfivecents
: Institute
: There noth- nonmembers.The .
their local office. All who have not America's kitchens. is to

r, At Community Church received War Book 3, by August 1, ing dramatic about the campaign to committee has also planneda

Several Scouts of, Clewiston Boy apply through the local boards. I collect fats, but the fat shortage is dance for next Saturday, July 31st,

Scout troop, No. 23, were passed for one of the most serious problems be in the auditorium. Morris Weiss'
'Dr.) Edward P. Downey, of Fort Beginning July 22, motorists must I
advancement at the Board of Re- ing faced by the government. It orchestra from Miami Beach will
Lauderdale, will conduct a' Leader- endorse in ink the car license num-
view held in Clewiston Tuesday cannot be done with big drives, but play' for the dance, and admissionwill
ship Training Institute at, the Cl ber in ink on gasoline coupons eXchanged -
evening. J. M. Couse, chairman of by day-to-day everlasting plugging be $1.00 for servicemen and
iston Community Church during w-I for gasoline. This is or-
the Glades-Hendry district, presidedat away at it. Thousands'and thousands ; members and $1.50, for non-mem-
first two weeks in August. The dered done in a nationwide effort to
the board, and other members of us must save every bit of
stitute will consist of classes to help curb illegal use of gasoline coupons bers.These
present were R. N. Miller and R. M. fat we have and send It'on its way dances have proven a very
those engaged in the religious train- according to the Office of Price Ad-
"
Frank diversion this and
Harris of LaBelle Conklingand to war-and to peace. popular summer
ing of children, and is open to any W. C. Owen of Clewiston. ministration.In Fats will, be accepted at the' meat the committee plans to continue,

'I" who are interested. Clifford Beatty, Billy Toulis, Bub other words, the OPA pointedout markets in Clewiston at the follow- them.

,', Dr. Downey is pastor of the First Mills and Fred Young were advancedto all book-holders should sit down ing locations: Parkinson's, Band

. 'Presbyterian Church of Fort Lau- Second Class Scouts. immediately and endorse in ink all B, Royal's, Townsite and Harlem Air Medal Awarded To

: derdale and is chairman of the com- Merit badges were awarded as follows their remaining gasoline coupons, regardless Commissaries.

-: 'mittee on religious education for the : of denomination, with the
Former Clewiston Boy
-' '.'Southwest Florida Presbytery. Both license number of their cars.
Athletics-David rhomas.- Stanley No Candidates Filed
.. he and Mrs. Downey, who will .assist Wright. Until now endorsements have been

"torn:. in the institute, are trained In Aviation-Frank Conkling. made, usually in pencil, on' the backof For City CommissionNo Wednesday morning's Miami Her-
this work. Dr. Downey's -classes ,
Personal Health and Public coupons as the gasoline was pur- ald carried an official U. S. Navy
will be on the topic "How to find chased. The new regulation provides '
Health-Stanley Wright. petitions had been filed for photograph showing the presentation -
'j and "use source material for Jun- Handicraft-Raymond Chastain.A that, whenever possible they candidates for members of the Clew- of Air ''Medals to two photographer's -

iors. Mrs. Downey will teach a Court of Honor was held following be endorsed on the face of the cou- iston city commission at noon today, mates. one of them being

class "The" Child's Approach to re- the board of review and at pon, although if there is no spaceon and the deadline for filing is tomor- Donald R. Miller formerly of Clew-
ligion. Classes will be held August the face the endorsement may appear madeat
that time certificates row, Saturday, July 24th. iston. The presentation was
were presented -
.1-6 inclusive and 8 to 13 inclusive
August -
to Scouts who had won them at on the back. Alt future books This year the terms of three members the Naval Air Station at San
from 5:15 to 6:15 each day.
for endorsementon
this and former boards of review. will provide space of the city commission expire,- Diego California

, Dr.: C. E. Gericke .superintendent of Assistant Scout Executive R. E. the front of coupons. F. Deane Duff, E. E. Kelly and J. A. Donald is the nephew of Dean and
,' the .and
'Community Sunday School.
I Benbow.He .
Holliday, of Fort Myers, and Frank McGehee. Arthur King and Mrs. C. O.
a former ,member of the Presbyterian
I
Church in Fort Lauderdale has made Taylor, Roscoe Miller and R. M. Har- Selective Service Clerk: In order for a candidate's name resided in Clewiston for a year'
ris of LaBelle attended the meeting. to appear on the ballot "petition in and a half and worked for the B and
the plans for the institute.
Resigns Local Position his behalf must be filed at the officeof B Grocery during that time. He has

Legion Invited To the city by tomorrow night. The been in the Navy nearly two years,

Group of Cubs Enjoys ,I I petition must carry the names of and has been on active duty in the

Barbecue In AugustThe Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr., who has servedas fifty voters of the city. Pacific for much of that time. He

Week End Camping TripM. secretary to the local selective ..-The. election will be held at a dateto has been photographer on a bomber,

be set by the'commission at its serving at times as machine gunner.
American Legion Post, at ita service board since its organization;
her resignation, first meeting after the filing of petitions Admiral Halsey had formerly cited
tendered
last week
M. Prewitt, Cubmaster, ac- meeting Tuesday night received an
being
first. Mrs. Bell re- is completed. If there is a and decorated Donald for
companied a group of Cubs on a invitation from H. H. McCall, of effective August
sufficient number of candidates to member of a crew that so success-
camping trip near the Claypit on the LaBelle to meet at his home on the cently returned from an extended cruiser.
visit with her husband who is stat- require it a primary election will be fully torpedoed a Jap heavy
LaBelle road last week-end. In the highway near LaBelle at the next Don-
to the regular election. Three of the ships on which
ioned at Fort Benjamin Harrison called prior
group Vere Charles Miner Bob Bern- regular meeting. Mr. McCall will sunk but
been
candidates have filed a pe- ald has served have
i Johnson Lionel provide 'a barbecue for the Legion- Indiana. Since no
er, Jimmy Beatty,! He has beenin
time is nearly ex- he escaped unharmed.
and Scout Bub Mills. naires. No announcement has been madeof tition and the so
not likely that a primary New York at school and returnedto
..... The party left Friday afternoon The next meeting will be held on her successor in the office. Miss pired It is
.I\-! California a few weeks ago.
\ and returned Sunday morning. August 10th.. Martha Nell Alston is assistant clerk. will be necessary., j







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I I KNOW of no more encourag-
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bv '/ /7./.6; -.. - WHITE ,- .oC- u<:;' W.N.U.FEATURES his life by conscious endeavor.
By HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST. D, D. I -Thoreau.But .
Of The Moody Bible Institute of .
THE.STORY SO FAR: The story of ship in the region, and meanwhilethe little Jap destroyer but a thunder (Released by Western Newspaper Union whether on the scaffold high,
their part In the battle for the Philip convoy of interisland steamers ing big Kuma class cruiser sliding Or in the battle's van,
pines Is being told by four of the five would start for Bataan, bringingfood around that point-so clear we could The fittest, place where man can die
naval officers who are all that is left enough for weeks. Bataan was almost make out her 6-inch guns. Lesson for July 18 Is where he dies for man.
of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 3. They to be saved after all. MICHAEL ]. BARRY
boat hard
"I right
are Lieut. John Bulkeley (noLteuten.- gave our a,
"The General showed me mes- rudder sneaking in toward the Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected That which made her'fairncss
ant Commander), squadron commander; and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil
Lieut. R. B. Kelly, second-In-command; sages from all the other generalswho shore where the cruiser couldn't see of Religious Education; used by much the fairer, was that it was
and Ensigns Anthony Akers and GeorgeE. commanded in ,different islands, us. Apparently she was alone. Now permission. but the fair ambassador of'-a

Cox Jr. March 11 Lieut. Bulkeley co ordinating the offensive. But we curved out, into firing position, GOD ENCOURAGES MOSES fair mind.Sidney.When .
showed the squadron their secret orders. there was one minor hitch, he explained on her port beam, making as little there is love in the
They were to take General MacArthur'sparty noise could and she passed heart there are rainbows in the
and some additional personnel to ( as we as LESSON TEXT-Exodus 3:13.16; 41017.
the southern Islands. When they arrived "Aerial reconnaissance, had spotted five hundred yards away, Cox fired GOLDEN TEXT-Certainly I will be with eyes, which cover every black
safely at Cebu General Mac- a- couple of "Jap destroyers two torpedoes, but they straddledher. thcc.-Exodus 3:12.Encouragement. cloud with gorgeous hues.-

Arthur promised Bulkeley he would try steaming down the coast of Negros ." Beecher.
to get him and his key men out of the Island.[ Somewhat to the eastward "We fired two from our side," is something much
Philippines. there: was a cruiser which carried said Kelly, "but they also missed." needed, and not too often given. The
word means to put some new thing
four seaplanes, but they weren't wor- "After that," said Ensign Cox,
into the heart Your Bedside'Tables
of another, that is, to
it. But that
afternoon
about
CHAPTER XII ried "we in the 41 boat made a wide
reports had come in giving the prog- arc and attacked again with our last hearten and assure him, especiallyin From Orange Crates
the
bearing of a heavy responsi-
"The skipper was frantic to get, ress of the Jap destroyers. Obviously two torpedoes-Bulkeley himself firing bility. ..
they were heading toward them and this time two of them
back into
of little fleet ,
some our Moses in
all probability the crate bedside
Cebu. Maybe they had broken down THESE orange
hit under the bridge. They
commission so we could finish out right world's and national
greatest military are useful and to
the We'd started the war with our' American codes and knew made no flash, but a good bump anda easy
fight. interisland leader, was about to lead his peo- make; they are very decorative,
the steamers and
about
lost off Ba- column of water. But even before
six boats. Two were
coming in either to blockade ple out fromunder the mighty handof too, when fitted out as illustrated.
the were that the cruiser had waked up--
taan. One was lost on escape Pharaoh. His final These
preparationfor lined
to shell them at the dock: were with green oil
them; or the wakes of of
one
left three and probably saw
trip south. That only '
that epochal deed and, all the cloth cut, fitted' and pasted, as
two of these were wrecks, fit only the torpedoes-anyway she speededup years to follow was a personal meet- shown. The full skirt
couldn't have in pieces were
"Why we a part knots and her
to twenty-five
for the dry dock, Bulkeley's being ing with God.Possibly'it .
offensive which tacked to the top of the sides and
tomor-
this: great and she wavedit
the only craft left in fighting condi- searchlight came on :
was the mistake Moses lapped few inches
a around the
row was to sweep up and blast Jap in the air
around probably -
tion. But he was bound to get the wildly had made and which caused him to
others back into shape. Did I thinkI shipping and warships between" Min- looking for torpedo planes." be sent into the back of the desert,
could mine to Cebu? danao, Cebu, and Bataan? Lieutenant "Our all in
get "We torpedoes were gone that now caused him to move withI. -
"Well, we could try, and we start- Kelly thought, could be the 41 boat," said Bulkeley, "but I
ed off, my poor old boat with her helpful by going out tonight and turned around and ran astern of the Understandable- Caution (Exod.

earthquake making 'twelve knots, knocking off one or both of those cruiser to draw her fire so Kelly 3:13): .

her back end wiggling like a ship- Jap destroyers, which by midnight could get in for his second attack. There is something remarkably
should be approaching the narrow fine about real humility. It commends -,
wrecked sailor's dream of a French Then we saw the destroyers, but
musical-comedy star. Whatever she they wouldn't give chase, althoughI itself to our thinking as the

was good for now, it wasn't fighting, tried to create the illusion of a proper attitude of a mortal being,

and I was glad we didn't meet .any lot of boats by firing machine-gun. particularly in the face of spiritual
responsibility.
Japs. l'-waI tracers." -
"The machine shop was run by Neither God nor man dares en- I
"When the cruiser's searchlightcame
UNE CRATE WITH
Dad' Cleland, a seventyoneyearold on," said Kelly, "I turned trust a high and difficult commis- II OIL CLOTH.TACK

American who'd been in the islands right 'to cross her wake and came sion to foolish man vho brusquely SIDES-WHITE CHECKED SKIRT FRILL TO

since 1914, and a swell gent he in on her other quarter. She pickedme "rushes in where angels fear totrea'd. EDGES COVER FOR TOP
"
was-originally from Minnesota anda up astern with her lights and ,The fact that one feels fully
typical hulking frontiersman. with and unhesitatingly qualified to take back. A top cover with a 3-inch
began banging away at me her
Didn't look a day over fifty and : secondary batteries-50-calibers and over such a responsibility is almosta frill was then added. The bed,

was a kind of patriarch in those \? FP 40-millimeter guns from about certain indication that he is not spread is trimmed with 5-inch

parts. His native name meant 'the u/ twelve hundred yards. The stuff was the man to assume it. frills of the muslin and 1-inch

old man' or 'the headman' in Tagalog. going right over our heads in a con- Moses' request for God's backing straight bands over seams and for

," 'What are you going to do when tinuous stream of fire. mustjiave been acceptable to Him, the monograms.
the Japs come?' we asked 'Dad.' .for He gave MosesII. C .
"But I was good and mad becauseour
He straightened up-all six feet two first torpedoes had missed," said Unlimited Authority (3:14-16). NOTE-These bedside tables are from
of him. BOOK 7 which also contain 31 other
Kelly, "so I decided to chase her. Moses went as God's messenger.He .
ct Y home ideas. BOOK 2
'Have to think : thrifty making con.
my dignity s: I told one, machine-gunner to fire was authorized to put all the tains a complete alphabet for making
about he said. 'I'm not to
going at her searchlight, which was blind- majesty and power of the Infinite monograms similar to the one illustrated.
the hills. I'll stay. right here and Books are 15 ents each. Send your order .
One behind his
her words
ing me, and the others to sweep and acts.
to
face them. :
decks to get her gun crews. The ambassador must have cre- I
'Dad' was working for the government -
dentials. God's has I
"After a few minutes' chase representative
we
,
for dollar Whenhe MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
a a year.
I
finished with : had closed in to three hundred yardsso them. When "they shall say"whatan : Bedford lulls -* New York I
finally our repairs
important and difficult situation Drawer '10
close that her searchlight I
-they took many days-we asked :
be that creates. The one who speaksfor ;for each book
seemed to coming right down on Enclose 15 cen
him how much the bill was. "We'llforget'
God must expect not only the desired.
us from an angle-about like the
about it,' he said. 'You fight scornful bitterness of God's enemies, Name .............................. '
sun in mid-afternoon. Then I drew
'em and I'll fix 'em. It's the leastI I
do.' out onto her starboard quarter and ,but also 'the unbelieving questions of Address .............................
.can those whom he seeks to serve.
fired our last two torpedoes-an
"He clenched his big fist, and it
was about the size of a nail keg. overtaking shot. They were the last "What shall I say?" asks Moses,

Since I've come back here I've two our squadron was to fire in the and God answers that he may say
war. that "I AM" had sent him. This BlIBD IRRITATIONS OF
read about outfits
some working on
war contracts who were paying their "Then I gave the boat a hard right name of God reveals Him as the \1J \a BW EXTERNAL CAUSEacne
eternal
stenographers fifty thousand dollarsa rudder and started running away- ? independent, self-sufficient, pimples bumps (blackheads), and
year and charging it to the gov- for we were defenseless now exceptfor self-existent, immutable, personal ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
i ah, ;k' J Being. Consider. Christian brethren miseries with simple home treatment.
ernment as expenses until they were yr our machine guns. But the rain '- Goes to work at once. Direct action aida
caught. It's a waste of time to indict of Jap tracers kept right on, and whose we are and whom we healing, works the antiseptic way. Use

them. Just get old 'Dad' Cle- d'w; s, suddenly another, Jap ship showedup serve. Black .and lOc,25 White<:,50c sizes.Ointment 25 years only success.as directed.
land back here and let him go in ]( fifteen hundred yards away. Both III. Unjustified Humility (4:10-13). Money-back guarantee. 43T vital In
y WI4kW& .Ji...'Y NY L4Wi' ah aS aarrlw.W.jy.. cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
and reason with them in their swivel started firing their main batteries at Perhaps we should not call this Black and White Skin Soap dally.

chai :s. With those big fists of "He clenched his big fist, and it me and we were trapped between- humility at all, for in one so divinely

his, he'd know how to expostulatewith was about the size of a nail keg." splashes all around us now, as closeas called and encouraged it.was an act

racketeers like that. twenty-five yards. We started of unbelief and almost impertinence.When Get' Your War Bonds *

"But things were moving in Cebu, channel between Cebu and Negros zigzagging wildly, trying to dodge God calls a man He knows

and very secretly we began to hear Islands.[ The cruiser-never mind the two searchlights, and also the his limitations. 'Why then shouldone & To Help Ax the Axis

hints of a big American offensive her, American bombers would pol- stream of fire which were criss- plead them as an excuse for not i

which was coming rolling up from ish her off in the morning." crossing above our heads like wicker serving? The excuse of Moses that

the south through the islands in timeto "Bulkeley came in at eight o'clock basketry, and landing in the, water he was not a fluent speaker has been

save Bataan, which was almost that night and told me about it," all around us. seemed like the standby of unwilling workers all

out of food and ammunition. Word said Kelly. "My boat had been in weeks, but was probably only a few through the ages. When asked to

came that two submarines were ar- the water just four hours-she was seconds. My junior officer, Ensig'nRichardson lead a prayer meeting, teach a Sun-

riving in Cebu, where they wouldbe supposed to soak for twenty-four had the wheel, while I day school class, conduct a young

loaded with food and returned to before she should be exposed to any was watching the cruiser throughmy people's meeting, thousands upon

Bataan-we brought the first one pounding, but I asked him if we binoculars. Suddenly I saw a thousands have lamely thus excused .Q l ln

in through the channel. couldn't go out with him. 'I was big splash and detonation in the themselves and missed a blessing.The .

' "It was a big secret-the area was hoping you'd like to,' the skippertold middle of her belly-another twc, perfect answer of God (v. 11)

cleared for two miles around. The me. 'Think you can make it?' seconds, another splash and deto merits attention. God made your

loading was done at night and by 'I don't know,' I said, 'but we'll nation right in her'engine room! mouth and mine. He gives us the

officers .only-we helped until our soon find out. This'll be as gooda Our overtaking'shots had both hit power of speech. He asks not_the
hands .were'raw-because they were dock trial for her as any.' home! Her searchlight went from eloquence of polished rhetorical : i,

fearful that some sailor or soldier "To man' the boats I called for bright yellow to orange to red to phrases, or the flights of man's l

might drop: a hint of it in native volunteers," said Bulkeley. "I had dull brick-red and finally winked out. imagination. He wants but the in-

bar where it 'would get to the Japs. ; no trouble about that. I guess they Every gun stopped firing. She was comparable eloquence of His own

,For three solid nights we worked understood by now that any man j.t-black now. words on our lips.

until my back; arid arms ached, stowing who 'doesn't volunteer won't be in "But I didn't have much time for No man should think too highly of I

all that 'stuff in the subs, but the squadron long if I can get rid philosophizing, .because this other himself, but let him beware lest he <.1 :

all the time I kept thinking of Peggy 'of him." destroyer was on my starboard bow, think too lowly about God. We are <> '

and the grand old gang up there on "They were all"tickled to be-in on closing in, banging away with her not sufficient for the opportunity.But o
the.Rock and what left of the the offensive said "It -inch and with ._ I
was big Kelly. 5% guns me only 50 God is more than sufficient.IV. .
peninsula-fighting ,on without hopeor was apparently so well preparedthat caliber machine guns left." The CREVICE METHOD is the i

food. the army had given'us the radio "Kelly got twenty-three salvoes of. Unnecessary Substitution (4: stealthiest approach toward the \'

"But that wasn't half of it. Be- frequency of the co-ordinating 5-inch steel that night," said 14-17). destruction of a fly. Patiently wait
in and patient is our God, until fly settles to rest in door I
cause addition to the subs-the planes-that big American air umbrella Bulkeley. "But there was no doubt Loving then slam door forcibly.
crevice
last one shoved off on April 5therewere which would be spread over that his two torpedoes polished off but, mark it well, there is a boon Chief objection- : pictures fall, I

seven fat interisland steamers us at dawn-in case we needed to the cruiser. I saw her searchlightfade dary line to that patience. Moses mirrors break, plaster cracks and
being secretly loaded with food down talk with them." out, and heavy yellow smoke went too far in his needless humility, the baby is awakened. A better I

near 'Dad' Cleland's dock-medical "We got out to the island passage arise. Her stern was under in three and really reflected on the ability of way is to i it'atd'e1lt4

supplies, quinine the boys were dy- about 11:30 tha night and sneakedin minutes-the destroyer put the God. God promptly substituted Aar-

ing without, everything they neededto close to shore," said Bulkelely. searchlight on her decks, where the on as the spokesman. :

hold on." "The moon wasn't due until 2:30. I Japs were all running around, not Gracious was He in thus providinga

"The General in command at was riding in the 41 boat, EnsignCox knowing where to go-and she had helper for Moses. But one won- TANGLEF00T !
Cebu called me in and verified the commanding, while Kelly had sunk in twenty. ders what Moses missed of bless-
hints we'd heard of the big American and because of his slow-
his 34 boat. We'd worked out our "But I was running around with ing power
offensive," said Bulkeley. "He strategy. If two destroyers showedup three destroyers after me, which ness of heart. To decline the labor It is the old reliable that never fails.
assured me everything was set. It boat-was and the ,responsibility of service for Always economical to and not .
my to tackle the lead- were firing all,they had, and I could use
was to start at dawn the very next ing one and Kelly the second. If see another one hot on Kelly's tail. God means loss far greater than we rationed. For sale at drug and
morning. That very night, twelve only arrived may ever know. grocery stores.
one my boat would at- That was the last I could see of
fortresses and heavy bombers were tack her God's dealings with Moses speak yi1
on the quarter, and Kelly'son him and I thought he was a goner. J1
coming up from Australia. A swarmof the bow. eloquently to us of His willingness
P-35's were on their way up "My destroyers chased me downto to enable and use a man who lacked
"At five minutes to twelve Glover
but at dawn I dove
Misamis into
from Mindanao to Iloild, where they the some of the gifts for leadership. Let
quartermaster at the wheel
to a place to hide-there were six milesof like Moses and be-
were gas up and go into action. called none of us be
'Look-there
she isl'! A black
shallow water where they couldn't
"The bombers were to land at object was coming round the come involved in needless worry THE TANGLEFOOT CO.
point. war
follow even if they had seen me. W. God's i.
and
Mindanao, gas up, take off, and blow 'Jumping Jesus! said Glover. spent the day sleeping." about our gifts, forget Grand Rapids, Mich. "s 7Jondi

the be-Jesus out of every Jap war- 'There she isl!I'because it was no (TO BE CONTINUED) purpose and enabling power.

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t t 1011 tU waiter, and said: "Here, just bring The Questions Answers
Released by Western Newspaper Union, me a good meal."
1. What does chicanery mean? 1. Trickery or sharp practice,
FATIGUE AND 'VORKCONDITIONS Released by Western Newspaper Union. He put a generous tip on his 2. Why are macadamized roadsso especially in legal proceedings.

plate, and a good meal, indeed, a called? 2. Thai type of road was invented -

JOE KIRKWOOD, the Australian very good meal, was served in 3. Who was the tallest Presidentof by Johr Loudon McAdam, a

One of the things I learned as a trick golf shots have awed due time. the United States? Who was the Scottish eng>neer.

boy was that even if we failed to galleries from one end of the country When it was over the satisfied shortest? 3. Abraham Lincoln '
was our
observe the seventh or Sabbath dayas tg the other, ,recently was askedto diner gave a large tip as a good-by 4. How many lines has a son- tallest President, at six feet foul

a day of rest on religious grounds, name the hardest shot in golf. gesture.. The waiter's eyes grew. net? inches. James Madison, five feet

every seventh day Kirkwood didn't hesitate: big, then leaning over the chairof I 5. What is the status of children four inches, was the shortest.
should be a day of "A straight ball." the solon, he said confidentially: born in this country of alien par- 4. Fourteen.
rest for the sake of Almost any spectator who watches "Thank sah an' if done ents? '
you, you 5. They are citizens of the United

: .. health. It was pointed Kirkwood perform his trick shots
: got any othah frien's what can't 6. How many states meet where States.
%>: out that when a becomes convinced that there isn'ta read, why you jes' send 'em .tome the Ohio and Mississippi rivers 6. Three-Illinois, Kentucky and
certain nation decided ; shot he can't make. The things he sah." merge? Missouri.
t' "' : to make every does with a golf ball are almost be-

>> r; + 10th day a day of yond belief. But he never has wona

rest instead of every tournament of major importance.His \

..' seventh day, the explanation for this fact is both i Bluebird Embroidery for Linenssymbols J@Se)1

health of the people simple and logical. ASPIRIN

suffered and every I _
"I've got so many ways of making WORLD LARGEST SELLER AT 10C
seventh(: day was a shot that I can't concentrateon of
established as 'happiness. Their
Dr. Barton again
in tournamentplay.
any one way
of rest. ,varied flower perches let you use
a day ,
orthodox
The fellows who play '
the problemof brilliant colors. Marriage by Proxy
Today we are facing
golf have a set way for play- '
how to get the most work done ing every shot and that's a great ,* Marriage by proxy is legal in
Pattern 577 contains transfer patternof
and how a
each many Christian
day
each week or countries,
among
advantage."I've 16 motifs from
ranging 5'i by l\'a to
much time should bed given to sleep in .2y 2 by 2\2 inches; stitches; list of materials them being Argentina, Austria,
used trick shots tourna-
and to recreation in order to get the y required.Due Germany, the Netherlands, Portu
most and the best work done. ments. Once I hooked a ball arounda to an unusually large demand and gal, Spain and Venezuela.
An editorial in the Journal of the tree at San Antonio, and a monument current war conditions, slightly more timeis
American Medical Association, en- was later erected in memoryof required in filling orders for a few of
the shot."Another. o the most popular pattern numbers.
and Working Condi- q$3
titled "Fatigue
Send order tof
time, while playing with your
tions" states:
"Mechanization, speeding of in- Bobby Jones, I landed in a bunkeron c7ffJffft
and production the far side of the green, and Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
dustrial processes mass 82 Eighth Ave. New York
combined the, only way that could recover
of the war effort have Enclose 15 cents, (plus one cent to
in indus- without wasting a stroke was to play % ; 00gip
to present new problems cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo.

trial health. The.illness of the workers the ball backward over my head 4 ..... ......... nEUC ousFtimZE
their accident rates and the onto the green. And that's what I I i I )

amount of work they do have been I did." Name............................... DESSERTS. I 6eto 8

shown "to be closely related to The Straight Ball Address ......................eo.....

fatigue.
Now, we all get tired at times but Kirkwood has the answer to the
question of the straight ball: O
the amount or degree of tiredness
varies with how much and how "It's easy enough to call a low 1 Camels Suffer HeatstrokeBecause

monotonous or interesting our workis slice, or, a high hook, a pull or a icri..

and how long we stay at work fade, but I never feel quite sure the camels of North u. t I

each day or each week. when I call for a straight ball. Africa often suffer from heat- \

Quoting Dr. R., R. Sayers who That's the one shot where everything stroke, 'the Allied Nations have

made extensive studies of fatigue, must be perfect, and it rarelyis. constructed a number of "Camel

there are three, degrees of fatigue; ." 3I Heatstroke Centers" in Algeria, the Battle

(a) temporary, (b) moderate (sub- In a recent newspaper piece, H. Tunisia and Libya, where pros Keep Rolling

acute), and (c) chronic fatigue. G. Salsinger, top-notch Detroit I trated animals may be treated. With War Bonds and Scrap

Temporary.fatigue passes away aft- sportswriter, told of a series of unusual -
er short. rest and work is resumedand shots

performed as well as before. Ben Hogan, the pride of Texas, IA
Subacute or moderate fatigue requires -
was betting last summer- that
more rest or chronic fatigue r
he could sink 50 In
may occur. Chronic fatigue may ..R straight putts from
'end with disabling illness.
'
10 feet out. He
How many hours should our men
made the bet several -
and work? Some industrial :577
women plants who:have tried, 14, JI2 and 10 '" "j ''le'cted every bet he CREATE joy with your embroidery -
hours found that each decrease.in.
make these
engag-
f made. But until
you
number of hours of work resulted in
know how; don't try ing motifs for your own linens or
increase in amount of work done. "
an
gift linens. The bluebirds
r 4 to imitate him. gay are
Below eight hours there was no in-
Hogan laid down
crease in work done in a day. Whereone
:h the flag on the prac- Billed by Nazis
day in seven is given to rest,
r
tice with
10 hours daily gave the greatest out- -'- green' one Germany charges France, Nor-
put of work. end on the edge of way, Belgium and the Netherlandsa

What about sleep? Up to the age Ben Hogan the foot cup. He the placedhis staff total of $53,000,000 a week for lied ( .2 g rrn /

of 21, there should be not less than on the maintenance of its armies of of of
and rolled it back and forth. The profs Kno t c
eight hours sleep each night or 56 occupation; yet the actual cost is s g
trough-like indentation made the ? vosm aQaluab ementa ,
ozm
hours per week. After the age of by only $22,000,000 or about 42 per d
flag staff wasn't noticed the eg pYOtemioteinte >1 /
21, there should be not less than 50 by gal- cent of this amount. ptotei
hours per week, which is about sev- lery surrounding: the green, but it (4.0 ontoda lYu pi fo= scat

each was there nevertheless. When he If know Navy don't make i
en night. you a man, aandtheu'nt FVE1
These figures should be studiedby started putting all the balls stayedin ever call him a "gob"sailorsconsider RK ? '
the path and rolled into the cup. .
and the insult. You
employers employees. name an 'IIM 5 :
Unlucky shots have played all too can get on the right side of him Spy Esp.HER' Cp0 .'

Excess important roles in determining the though if you offer him a Camelor

Weight outcome of more than one impor- better yet, send him a carton.

Shortens LifeOne tant tournament.Ed Camels are the favorite cigarettewith

Dudley was eliminated from ; men in the Navy !(Army, Ma-

the Professional Golfers' association 'rines, Coast ,Guard, too, for that CIIIIq.Wa1NMY
hundred years ago the expec- championship last year when his matter) based on actual sales rec-
tation of life 'was about 40 years; to- ball connected with the head of a ords from the service men's stores.

day it is more than 65 years. A gainof spectator.It And though there are Post Office
25 years in life span in less than
was back in the 1938 National restrictions on packages to over- MIYYIf14Niii'
100 years breaks all previous rec-
Open at Denver that Ray ,Ainsley seas Army men, you can still send
ords. The fact that more babies are took 19 strokes on one hole. His Camels to soldiers in the U. S., S : i '
saved at birth and during the first Kellogg's Corn Flakes are restored "% ;k 1 *,'
the
ball landed in a fast cre'ck and he and to men in Navy, Marines
is to WHOLE GRAIN NUTRITIVE
factor in
year one big lengtheningthe '
tried to hack it out. and Coast Guard wherever they VALUES of ThiammVitamin ,,
life another is the
span; savingof 'are.-Adv. ( Bi),Niacin and Iron.
life, from the infectious diseasesof Snead's NightmareIn
childhood by the use of vaccines.
And now with the sulfanilamide 1939 Sam Snead tossed away

drugs, pneumonia, which formerly the national championship 'at Phila-

,had a death rate of nearly 10 per delphia. He took a terrible 8 on

cent, ,has a death rate of less than the last hole of the National Open I IN THE ARI.'V I SURE GO FOR
3 per cent.It when a par 5 would have won for

is, of course, true that if the him. they say. CAMELS fULL

lives of youngsters are saved and Johnny Revolta missed his chance

the middle-aged adults are pro- in the Land of the Sky Open at Ashe- ARMY SANJO" for shovel W FLAVOR AND EXTRA"IAIVE'3' J

longed, there will be twice as many ville when he six-putted a green. _
older individuals to be cared for That should make John J. Dub feel mimzss

than at present. This means that considerably better. I; for discover

more cases of heart disease, cancer Jim Turnesa ran into bad luck f f .

and diabetes will occur. while playing the 17th hole of the DOBR IIi
While infection can cause or "ag 1942 PGA tournament in Atlantic i SOU for squad tent"CAMEL"

gravate these three diseases, overeating City. His tee shot landed on a bot- "I .

I and the acquiring of much tle, broke the bottle, and forced him for the favorite cigarette :.; <<
excess weight is a most important I
to take eight strokes on a par 4
factor. Fortunately, overweight can hole. i with men in the Army ;i 4

be prevented by care and sacrificeon
Sam Snead hasn't been noted for
the part of the individual and
his good luck. He lost the final \
proper treatment. !
round of the PGA tournament at (I''
Aside from the above diseases
caused Hershey, Pa., to Byron Nelson, even

is the matter or aggravated of the by life overweight span.. In though he fired a blistering 68, five F/RSTMTHE SERVICE

his.,book "Diabetic Manual Dr. E. under The par Nelson-Snead, at Nelson. The favorite cigarette with men
match
P. Joslin was
has an illustration shoing squared at the end of 33 holes. Both in the Army,Navy,Marines,and ii al> ,'
how 10
fat and 10 lean men, aged the Coast Guard is Camel. .. r
30 fare poured long tee shots off the 417- I : *r.;:. ;:
as they walk \
At the age of 40 there through are nine life.fat yard 16th-the 34th hole for them. (Based on actual sales records in : 's YOU BET_ :

men and nine lean Byron pitched his next stiff. It bit Post Exchanges and Canteens.) .
men a
living at
50 there are only six fat men ;but into the green one foot from the FOR STEADY .,. ,
for a sure birdie three. It
cup was
still nine lean
men; at 70
one fat
PLEASURE
man and three lean men are the best shot he made in 209 holesof ,

The lesson then is that if we living.wanito tournament play. Snead, on in CAMELS WIN !i in ir

feel well, be able to play or workat two, rapped a 25-footer into the cup
our best, and live longer and it bounced out, hanging on the
should avoid overweight. we lip. That was the break of the
match, for they halved the next two








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trade that will be worth )a great weeks. We checked up and

deal to them when they return to found we had not been given his >
Published every :Friday In Clewiston,
civilian life.
Late To He
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS.Tnc Classify hopes everyone will change of address. He is still in the

With write him for he is a long way from Naval Base at Jacksonville, but Is'

I3- RUSSELL KAY home. instructor in Radar now. 'He is: .;. c
KKATJILEY BO\VDEN, Editor fElbert's '

I..:-.j>.:N:..:N NNN..:NMN., ., .M.NN., :.1,1. brother, J. D., probably in another building across, "
Our wrote his the 'street from his former address, i '.
Boys
mother from Jacksonville that he r
I don't know whether :Mr. Lou R. I (Continued on page 8)CLEWISTON
Entered as second class mall matter
Post Office in Maxon, deputy administrator of the
February 1, 1927 at the ----

Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of OPA, thought he was telling us any- in the (..:..: .............. ....
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his timely blast at this Frankenstein

Rate $2.00 ..f'r Year. bureau or not, but most any guy on Service l

Advertising Rates On Application. the street from the corner bootblack ,
to the banker has known in his heart

for lo these many months that the JB GOLF COURSE !!
Devoted to the advancement and welfare whole screwy setup was nothing ,
and Henary .s.[
of Clewiston County. short of a grand and glorious mess. ..:..N..:..:NNNNN..N..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: *::* _
j I Admitting the need for some reg- :;: .
ulatory body to curb inflation and ::
Elbert Hooker has landed way out
v
granting that Congress was sincerein .
NATIONAL EDITORIAL at the Naval Air Station, Alameda, v
its effort to create one, it is
iSSOCIATION California, and he says: : "If I joinedthe :+: .
I nevertheless apparent today that the
Navy to see the world, I've had a } ": :::
.
one we are attempting to operate
is dismal failure. dam good start." He has seen sev- :?'< The Number of Golfers Is '*
a eral portions of the United States' ?I Steadily.. )t j" J:
The got off on the
agency wrong anyway He says: California is love- :;: :'
foot at the start under Leon Henderson r "l,1fi ::
ly, but Florida is still by far the bet- I Increasing \ ,,
who attempted to set up a sort '0 '.4". ? ..
M N:..:N.N:N.N.N:N:N:N:...N:N.M:M:.:N:N:N:N.N:N:N:.: of cross between a Gestapo and Kan- ter state, in his opinion. The Cali- : :
fornia Chamber of Commerce had
garoo Court. Then the lawyers, better work on him, for he has had i_ ; : ff '
2500 of them, moved in along witha {\ NNM.N:NN.NNMN< RAMBLINGS '
flock of screwball theorists and 17 years experience in boosting Flor- : :
ida, his native state, and he won'tgive '.'
Th V. college professors who pooled their I .
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in quickly.He -
and ; Good G
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incompetence, inexperience ; : reensr"
.t..-...; .....-....'..:..:.".:'..":.:..:..:..:................o.:............... .. crack] pQi firf 2Jlg to fabricate the still likes the Navy fine and / "
t thinks it a wonderful opportunity t :

bureaucratic juggernaut design !? or the youth! of America to go into f . :* j.
housewives p jjt ? > :
We hope all Clewiston te a free people into a nation of WWWV**%+*VV fV
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trill read and heed the front page cringing fawning cravens WVVIVWWM.Nattendant :c ._ ., .,.sia.; .

article on the grease salvage campaign From the dawn of history it has ::: \ i :; ::1 ::
Axis it is
pleasure to the "
Somehow had sort of
we been recorded that only SLAVES can '
taken it for granted that everythingwas be driven, while FREE MEN must comforting to have the whole ugly :;: :Meet Your Own Friends There :' ':r

going along nicely and we were be led. Public indignation demanded I mess dragged out in the open where : .
we can get at it-and now, unless .t ; ;
.
and besides we use
winning the war the removal of Henderson, but 'I
.i
our bureaucracy is entrenched to a "
most of our grease ourselves so merely removing the driver didn't
what's the use in saving that little With point of impregnability, we should v
stop the machine. the ap- v .
witness a house cleaning that has !
teaspoonful once a day which is pointment of Brown it was frevently X
about all the fat there is at been needed for mbnths. s
waste hoped that his first act would be y :
house. All right, Mr. Brown, it's :your Y
our to direct a complete and compre- ?
That's a very disconnected sen- hensive overhaul job and the rebuild- move-or maybe you "just work :i= YEARLY MEMBERSHIP
there" and really don't have ::
tence and our thoughts on the grease ing of a machine that would work- any-

salvage campaign have been very but the situation seemed to get worse thing to say about it. *_
FEES
GREEN
disconnected, too. When every min- instead of better. DAILY r

ute of the day is filled full of worth- want ad In the News and .s'
Now the unholy lid has been blown Try a .
while activity we are inclined to off in the form of a scathing indict- you will get results-others have. I :: :..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-::..:-:..:..:..:........................................-......-..-....................:0I ..-

think, "Let the rest save the waste ment from within by an official


fats But and the grease.letter I'm from too Miss busy."Mc- tail thoroughly of its familiar operations with and every fully de-I .........................................................................................,....'..........................................................................................................................'.........................'.......................;

Keown changed our minds, and we qualified to speak with unquestioned .i'

hope it will change yours, too. If authority. As Director of Informa-i

every housewife in Clewiston would tion for OPA, Mr. Maxon in one::1

save one, teaspoonful fat each day; clear-cut, straightforward_ fearless I NOTICEI.s.
keep it in the ice box until a pound statement has verified what most of 1

has accumulated-well, every week us have long realized but could not

Clewiston women' would contribute prove. America is indebted to Lou

enough fats to kill a few Japs and R.-Maxon, and it is regrettable that .. .:..
Germans, or to use in some of the his courageous statement had to be -

medicinal, peace-time"- purposes accompanied with his letter" of resig- y. j .' ., AS, .v jI <'J-
where glycerine is necessary. The nation.In 11I

grease campaign is really- important, terminating his association with I -....... ...r....... ..

and don't let work, pleasure other the OPA and refusing to accept the -

from war duties doing, or your anything share. else Every keep meat you bluntly offered tells post why.of manager He charges, Maxon that :I: To All Citizens of County Commissioner :t!:

market in Clewiston will accept the has become "so bound ** -
agency up f fv
your waste fats, and send it off as in legalistic red tape that Houdinihimse'If District Number One-Clewiston

your extra contribution to winningthe couldn't untangle it."

war. Admitting the need of an intelli-
,
The library" *has*a great* many new Maxon gent, sensible says: and"The workable OPA must program not, :;X s: In less than one year your organization has been able to accomplish what 'some'c:.;:

books on its shelves this week.There's fail"-and states that "If it fails it :j;: -said in the beginning would be impossible-namely, have our representative pass a :;:

a list of fiction and of non- will be because of its own internal ::

fiction printed in the paper today, weakness, confusion, indecision, ::v._:: bill through the legislature electing. all County Commissioners in Hendry County at !

which gives' you an idea ,of the type compromise, miles of legalistic red y y
of books you'll find over there. The tape and the presence of, theorists in *: large, instead of by districts as' is now done. However this bill carries a referendum :::

library specially' to be commendedfor > .
policy making positions.
putting on its shelves some booksto He pointed to the..need of a "dras- :j* calling for a special election. :: -

which all of us need .to refer oc- tic reorganization, a strong clear I

casionally and which few ever buy direction and a liberal tranfusion of .
for ourselves. Among them- are common horse-sense." He viewed y It has ;now been decided by the present 'board of County Commissioners that .:'

books of etiquette; books of games, with genuine alarm "a strong cliquein *:* :::
_,
Robert's .: this election shall be held on '
Rules of Order; books of OPA who believe that government { :
one-act plays, and the like.: Whatever should manufacture and distributeall *:* l

your needs in the way of books commodities." They are using ,; ;. :

are, if you'll .ask the librarian aboutit |! Tuesday August 31 1943 ::
you'll find some help there.There's the war, he charged, "to further :;: 7; : :1
their reform ideas and will continueto .:'f"g :::. ,.
an unusual number of use honest men in OPA as a front :?: '
good fiction over there; and in these I for their efforts." : In the meantime we have until August 27th to see that all citizens arevproperly reg- :!::

days of stress it's a pretty good idea He attributed ;
a large part of the y ::
to _y.istered and qualified to vote in this special election ,
keep a refreshing book handy. It'sthe ;. -
trouble to the presence of an overabundance ] .:...
most relaxation for the least of "young lawyers "and :: v

physical effort you .can imagine.The theorists" utterly lacking in business ....
'library has also this' week experience and said they would have .;. The officers of your organization have arranged 'for the Supervisor of Regis-' ..;..

furnished us with short reviews of to be forced out for they would stay '_. in Clewiston the following dates: :::
two of the ,new books. We've asked until because :!: tration to have the registration books on
they were few of them
Mrs. King, chairman of the commit- could earn like
anything they are
tee, to give short sketches of some of getting in : 1 ,
now private life. July 28th 29th and 30th and Axigvist
the books as ,
they are put on the In a speech on the floor of the ... <
shelves, so those who do not frequentthe House not long ago, Florida's con- '. :

the books library to will be have found a better idea of gressman Bob Sikes made almost 'ij:;: 18th, 19th and 20th ::,'
there.
identical charges against the OPA, ,
.
.
.' =:
but being a mere congressman the :: .
It's been
very quiet around the agency felt it could laugh him off. Motors and :::
; of. Hendry County
Bowden household this week. :: The books, will be located in the display room ., .
Bucky, But it won't find it so easy to squirmout .. .'
the little fawn that we raised froma from under the indictment of one .;. will be\ open from 9 A. M. until 10 P. M. each day on the dates given above. :;>:
baby acquired at the tender age who held an inside job of the magni- y's :
of four months some of the wilder
tude of Maxon, who now seconds

hoped instinct it that wouldn't is his heritage. We'd Bob's motion in no undertain terms.As :s: I urgently request that every citizen avail himself of this opportunity to.. +.,-

crop out ,for sev- much as we regret this further ..
eral months yet, but when he decid- disruption on the home front and Its :;: qualify and particularly call on the Registration and Election Committe'eto buckle :::
ed little
Nancy Bolton was something -
to be knocked down and stepped up- :;: down and see that we do not have a single citizen who is not registered on election day. ::,

on, something had to be done about
Myers and can stop and see if Buck
it. We notified the game depart- .
still
recognizes us. But we miss him s
ment and the conservation officer sorely for he was the most interesting :=_:= Lets ,show them that we really meant it when we signed our petition for this<: :::
came and took the little fellow i .
- away. pet we'd ever had around. :::
We'd rather hoped he would be re- *' ::: bill and that we are now playing for,keeps., ". :
turned to the woods for .s. .i..i.I
we felt he But
even more than Bucky we
would soon be so at home with other miss the two :
off-spring who left
deer that he would forget his fewmonths' Saturday for a stay at Camp. We :
friendship with humans and find the house '
dismally quiet no /
be I I
forest.able to protect himself in the romping, no door-slamming; no bed- :

But the game department time stories, np jelly sandwiches. We

Alva turned him over to Mr. Bird, at hope the older one was right when he C. H. BERNER, Chairman :," _
( it
or is Olga) ..
where he is remarked .
as a little wave of home- .s. '..J ", .:.
on display in
a pen with other ani- sickness overtook him just before Clewiston ,.'";.: : : ,:.:
mals. CommunityXMX
Voters of
The only :|: League ;
consolation
is leaving "Well
haps per- : four weeks will pass .. .: :. ,.i.

we'll some day drive t to Fort quick enough" ..XK..X;X"X..:..:..X..XMX..X..XK..X..XK..XK..:..:..;..X..XPAGE ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-: :..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:..:..::. :..:..:..:..:+:..,..:..:.-:

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FRIDAY, JULY 23 1943 THE CLEWISTON NEWS
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+ 4 yJ 15 and 16 in book No. 1
WILL YOU SERVE during his training; and his decision good for 5 pounds for canning until

We are seeking to make our church I I to stay in the Army when he could Oct. 13. Go to rationing board foe-

y i program a Bible centered program. get out because of his age make for extra sugar.

II PERSONAL and SOCIETY II_: We endeavor to let the Bible speak a warm consideration of the pos-
for itself. We invite you to come sibility that human beings are COFFEE

worship with us, and receive the worthwhile creatures after all.
1 blessings which God has in store for Stamp 21 valid through July 2lz;;
y Stamp 22 valid July 22 through Aug,
,
(0..:M:..:..:NIN:..:N:N N:N:.+:N N..:..:N N N..:..:N:N:..:NI..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:- the faithful worshiper. Our churchis DRESS REHEARSAL 11. '
growing and AVC invite you to havea By Quentin Reynolds
Mrs. T. B. Shelley of Miami spent Mr. and Mrs. M. E. VonMach and part in this growth. Come bring With Quentin Reynold's great

the week-end in Clewiston. 'family are leaving Saturday for De- your friends next Sunday. ability to transform a mathematically 1 SHOES '

_troit to make their home."' Mr. Von- The Circles of the W.M.S. will calculated military operation into Good now-Stamp No 18 valid

<\' Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Small were Mach recently resigned as personnel meet Tuesday as follows: The Helen 'a vivid human drama, the battle through Oct. 31.

:. visitors in Fort Myers Monday .director of the United States Sugar Bagby Circle at the home of. DTi s. for Dieppe as recorded in these

','. Corporation. Perry at 3:30 p. m.; The Lottie MoonCircle pages, becomes an unforgettable ac- GASOLINE -
Christine Dunaway is spending at the home of Mrs. Jack tion picture. July 21-Last day to use No. 5'coupons

.t' ;. this week visiting friends in LaBelle Shirley BenboAV returned Monday Himrod "at 3:30 p. m.; The AmandaTinkle Mr. Reynolds proves in this book in A books.

from a visit of two weeks with at the home of Mrs. A. H. that the
., Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and friends in Lakeland. Evelyn Mayn- King at 'S p. m.40We're Dieppe raid was, in every RATION BOOK: III '
sense, a dress rehearsal for the
family have returned from a Aveek's ard accompanied her on her return calling 401! Join invasion of Nazi grand If you did not get a No. 3 book

' :' :., __ stay at Miami Beach trip and is visiting here for a few Prayer Meeting? Impossible? If one I It anticipated every the North stronghold.African wait until Aug. 1 then take it up
; weeks. third with the rationing board.
of those present last Wednes campaign and established
Mrs. A. L. Moon and children are the pattern -
day would bring one addition and L
leaving today for a vacation visit Sergeant and Mrs. C. D. Spires of everyone come back we would have European for the continent.ultimate invasion of the West Coast medical men were impressed .

with relatives in Jacksonville. Camp Barkley Tex., have been visit- our 40. A most encouraging thing with a demonstration of the

ing Mr. and' Mrs. P. C. Spires for happened this past week, The planning, the complexities, the Saunders Anti-Venom treatment and

: Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Musgrave and several days. They also visited Mr. young people were present, this many is hazards and the chances of success apparatus for snakebite when Dr.
for D. Anderson
children spent the week-end in West and Mrs. John C. Brown in Moore heartening and much appreciated.Our crushing the Nazis in Europe of Tarpon Springs ex-
make Dress Rehearsal a forecast plained the process to members of
of
Palm Beach. I ;Haven Saturday.
youth have not all gone to the
the shape of things to come. the Pinellas County Medical Societylast -
dogs, as some would say. Young
week. Thousands
'. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Larsen and Mrs. Walker Nail and children people WELCOME! We hope you' of these First:
Aid
children are spending two weeks in left Friday for Pensacola to make come back and bring others with RATIONING snakebite kits have been sup-
plied to the
: Daytona Beach on their vacation. their home for the duration with her you. Young Christians.-Come that military forces. Theyare
.
manufactured
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Little. you might grow in grace and in CALENDARMEATS Anti-Venin by the Saunders
:" Mrs. J. W. Ezelle left Sunday for Mr. Nail has accepted a governmentposition knowledge. Time 8 p. m. Springs. Company of Tarpon.

; a visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. B. in Brazil and will be there The choir rehearses just after the

." Shelley, in Miami. for an extended contract.W. prayer service. This is one contribution CHEESE. BUTTER, OILS

you can make to the servicesof AND CANNED MILK
.' Parker T. Wilson is on a two G. Newland, Ralph NeAvland the church on Sunday. Be present Rationed at 16 points a week, in FOR RENT Three

',...: ... weeks' vacation from his duties as and son, Ralph, Jr., of Benton Harbor .to prepare to sing. red stamps. I

:," pharmacist at Alston's. Michigan, were visitors in Clew "Sin not only sears the consciencebut P. Q, R and S now valid; T, July room modern cottage-..

iston Wednesday Mr. Newland' has darkens the understanding." 25. All good through July 31. Apply Mrs. M. D.
Mrs. Ruth M. Wilcox of West,Palm just purchased a 'tract of land in Roy

< Beach spent the week-end in Clew- Diston Island Drainage District, MINISTER, TO VISIT CHURCH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES als, Royals Apartments..

:. 't-; iston with Mrs. Ruth B. Owens. which he is planning to improve as + Rationed on blue coupons.

, :../.... pasture land. The Rev. C.G Johnstone, of N, P and Q valid through plug; 7. 1 tp"

t.\ Mrs. G. B. Thomas is spending a Central Presbyterian Church in Miami H, S and T valid July 25.

at X ""; ., few 'days this week in Safety Harbor MRS VONMACH IS HONOREE will visit the Clewiston Com

, J', with Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Sr. AT FAREWELL PARTIESMrs munity Church and will preach at SUGAR

kY ;- ;:' "I the morning service Sunday, July 25. Good now-coupon No. 13 valid J. M. COUSE.

: '-t'' Mrs. Glen Etherton ,and daughter, : M. E. VonMach, who leaves The Rev. Johnstone is one of the through Aug. 15 for five pounds.

,:: S. ,. Glenda Sue, are spending this :Aveek: tomorrow to reside in Detroit, was leading Presbyterian ministers in Counselor and Attorney at Law

:" ; :. in Tampa with her parents, Mr. and honoree at two farewell parties this section of the state and is now'serving Hopkins Building

., i>:< Mrs. F. R. Maxwell given during the past week. Mrs.G. as chairman of the mission New Vacuum Cleaner Wednesdays and Saturdays

., H. Small entertained, on Saturday board of the Southeast Florida Pres
:': ,., :'T". Mr. and Mrs A. O. Ward spent evening with a handkerchief shower bytery. Can take 0:30 to 4:00
' order and I
; .... the week--end in Fort Myers as and bridge for Mrs. VonMach. your : 8

:" :::; ''. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer .Tay At the bridge game, Mrs. George Clewiston have shipped to di-
Library you
:; ;\> lor. Yon of South Bay, won first prize;

Mrs. Glen Etherton second, and,Mrs.P. rect from factory a new .
, ::7:': I Hal Frierson was the week-end M. McIntyre low.. Mrs. VonMach Has New BooksNew Johnson's' Fish Camp I

.(,; [f.;\ guest of his sister, Mrs. Oliver was presented with a shower of Rexair Vacuum Cleaner

{ :i" Sciple, and her family, in Fort handkerchiefs from the guests. (Near Hurricane Gate)
books which have recently and Air Humidifier. Mrs.
; Clewiston Fla.
ka' Myers. The hostess served chicken salad, ,
l-if:%; crackers, cakes and coffee to Mrs. been placed on the shelves of the Boats, and Motors-Guide Service
Stella Turpin Phone 76 i
Clewiston Public Library include the
?Mf; :.,) Mrs. Connally Nail, :Miriam and VonMach, Mrs. .A. E. Oliver, Mrs.' R. Rates ReasonableW.

. li, ;.>..'' Billy Nail and Shirley Owen were C. Nowling, Mrs. Ruth M. Wilcox, fOllowing: Clewiston. 1 tc. H. Johnson, Mgr.
The Kents-LeGrand Cannon, Jr.
r4 ; guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Stalls Mrs.. Glen Etherton, Mrs. Carl John- I .
The Year of August-Mark Sax-
in Moore Haven Thursday. son, Mrs. Ruth Owens, :Mrs. George I

I Yon, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Mrs. R. ton.The
Ship-C. S. Forester.
Mr., and Mrs. C. L. McLendon and Y. Patterson, Mrs. Josephine Knight LOST-One bill fold -
The Lights Around the Shore -
;,. son, Lamar, have returned from a and Mrs. C. E. Miner. EXPERT SEWING MACHINE
Jerome Weidman. with identification card
two weeks' visit in Atlanta and in Mrs. Charles E. Miner was hostess SERVICE
Thorn Apple Tree-Grace Campbell
r : Key West Thursday evening at a bridge party driver's license gasoline

complimenting Mrs. VonMach. The Parts for All Makes.
The Ministry of Fear-Graham :
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, first prize at bridge was won by the Greene. ration book, etc. Return Work GuaranteedFree

.', Mrs. A. Baum and Mrs:t. R. Krueger honoree, who was also given a lovely
Another Claudia-Rose Franken. Estimate
were business visitors in Fort farewell remembrance by the hostess to W. J. Echols, Box
Crime and Pun1shment-Fyodor
1- Myers Saturday.. Mrs. P. M. McIntyre won sec- Box 11 Belle Glade, Fla.FOR. .
Dostoyevsky. 1292 Clewiston.
3tp.
--- ond prize. ,
.' Air Surgeon-Frank Slaughter.
Mrs. S. J. Yoder spent a few days '
Mrs. Miner served home-made
The Story of Dr. Wassell-James
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""- the first or'the week with her son, ---- --- -
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pineapple }ice cream, angel cake and Hilton.
Ray D. Yoder and family in- Moore coffee to Mrs. M. E., VonMach, Mrs.R. Experiment Perilous Margaret /NHN1/N/NNNN/1NNNNN NNNI.:NNN/ NNNIINNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

Haven. Y. Patterson, Mrs.. Josephine Carpenter. .

Knight, Mrs. George Yon, Mrs. P. The Looking-Glass William _
111
Mrs. William Lucaa and Miss Con M. McIntyre, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, March. I SALE

,: stance Lucaa of New York City are Mrs. G. H. Small and Mrs. John El- Mr.Winkle Goes to WarTheodore Y' .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Lucaa more. .:. Steel buildings, wood frame.. 1-50' x 120' with 50' stringers .i,
and Sandra. Pratt. .i' 1-40' x 24' with 40' stringers. .;..
Mama's Bank Account.KathrynForbes.
BRIDGE CLUBS .: Large building has steel roller door.; :::

'.q Kay and Paul Bowden left 'Saturday :. 1-three-quarter bed, spring and mattress. ./s:.
Sweet Beulah Land Bernice :: three-burner kerosene oil stove. i
:- for a four week's stay at Camp Mrs. Carl E. Johnson was hostess ::
{: c' St. Leo, near Dade City. Mrs. Kelly Harris. 'i' 1-floor lamp. .:.
afternoon
Wednesday to membersof \
You Go Your Way Katherine
Keathley Lakeland.Bowden accompanied themto her bridge club First prize, a Brush. :;: COTTRELL MOTORS :

pottery mixing bowl, was won by XOJlFictioJl'i i :;. aioonc HAVEN, FLA. .;.
,. Mrs. W. H. Lanier and cut prize, a y
Die W. WhUe.f
Queens Proudly- L.
I. S.
Bell s.
Jr., of Fort Benjamin
."' .:'. Harris, arrived Monday for an D.set G.of Alston.gift wrappings, went to Dire!
, ; eight-day furlough which he is spend olds.
'. A salad course was served by the Science Year Book of 1943. -John
ing here with his wife and with his .
::: parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. S: Bell,, Sr. hostess to Mrs Alston, Mrs. Keath- D. Ratcliff. \ _;: '::i:: L:::- -::: : :: :':. _" : :"' i ':'::"._ : .-- '-. -._ -'- -- -, >,

. ,... -- ley Bowden, Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs. Yes, l\Ia'am-TIuth Duhme.
, :. Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs Mission to Moscow Joseph E.

,;. her home Floyd in Scotsburg Eberhardt, Indiana returned, Sunday to- C. L. McLendon Mrs. R. C. 'Wilsonand Davies.

:f':.: after visiting here with her fa Mrs. W. L. Lott. The Chicago (Rivers, of America 'Hitler's Children'at
. series-Harry) Hansen. '
: ther, Fred Hansen, and with Mrs.
} W. R. Broaderick. Mrs. George E. Crow entertained The Complete Book of Games-
her bridge club at her home Tues. Wood and Goddard.
-
Mrs. B. O. Bowden, Mrs. Mable day night. First prize was won by Barrier's Down-Kent Cooper.
Lingenfelter of Mrs. Foy Durrence and second by Robert's Rules of Order-General -- :
Tallahassee and
'.- Bryant Bowden of Okeechobee Mrs. Crow. The hostess served a Henry M. Robert.
were tuna fish salad course to Mrs. Dur
guests Monday of Mr. and Mr .
, s rence, Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs. Pi. Dixie Crystal TheaterIn
. Keathley Bowden. Mrs. Bowden Book Reviews
C. Nowling,' Mrs. Curtis Thompson,
remained
.' for a longer visit and the
Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Mrs. R. M.
others
returned Monday night.
.- Hare, Jr., and Mrs A. W.. Lawrence. (Short sketches of new books in Clewiston

: :- the Clewiston Public Library will appear -
t:: Tonsillectomies were performed at -
FIRST
BAPTIST CHURCH
in the News from time to time.
: '
<, the Clewiston Emergency Hospital at li. C. Meatier, Pastor Watch for them.) SUNDAY and MONDAY
the"rate of one a day for a while this ,
; In. WINKLE GOES TO WAR '
week. Mrs. B. W. Hundertmarkwas
"God's worst is better than thedevil's By Theodore Pratt July 25.26
the patient Monday Mrs .
; "
best. There are many books about the
Jeanne Bailey, Tuesday and Miss
Laura Sunday School-9:45 a. m. war, but none like Mr. Winkle Goes
.." Mizelle, Wednesday All are Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. To War. This is a story that is full Based'on

recuperating splendidly. Training Union-7:15 p. m. of wise charm, deep understanding,

, s Evening Worship:30 p. m. and chuckling entertainment. Gregor Zeimer's "Education for Death"

Mrs. A. W. Mrs. T. M. Wa 1Today we have two choices to Wilbert Winkle, at, 44, runs up

dron expected and Mrs. Urey Waldron are make; one is to give our service un against the Army when men of that This is a MUST picture for every Amer

home today after a visit to Satan and the other is to serve the age were still being drafted. Mr. .
,;;. of ten
" days in Pennsylvania and New true and living God. God has many Winkle, a mild, timid little man ican. Don't fail it.
York. to
The see
I
group went to West blessings in store for the one who myopic, of no great muscularity, and
.:
er, Pennsylvania, for a visit with A. will pay the price of Discipleship. afraid to death of guns or violence of

. school W. Sias who Is in an Army training The Devil while making you think any sort, finds himself a soldier sent SHOWS START: Sunday 3:15-7:15

. there. They were joined by he is giving the best in the end hasonly overseas to fight.

1 ,-T who. M. Waldron, Jr., of the U. S. Navy remorse for your soul. The The astounding effect on' his henpecking 9:00 P. M.Monday7:159:00.

obtained a furlough to be with Psalmist says, "For. a day in thy wife, of his being made into -

.,his mother and sister. The group courts is better than a thousand. I a military man; his excursion into P. M.

then went on to New York for a had rather be a doorkeeper in the ArmystyJe'romance; his tears, '
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I, WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS 4e r Postal Rates Were Higli :

I Out of Gold Fields in '48

Entire Pacific War Strategy Changed 1.R
QDR Fifty cents was the charge for

I By Latest Allied Attacks in Solomons; sending a single-page letter from (
W.EA ON Oregon to Missouri in 1846. But

RAF and U. S. Air Force Rock Europe iWNUSen in the 1848 gold mail fields service vof established the western in

With New Series of Non-Stop BombingsEDITOR'S Washington, D. C. In N. Africa With the tant states postal broke rates.all records For each for exorbi-letter

GOOD NEIGHBOR British Eighth: delivered, the addressee had to

( NOTE: When opinions are expressed In these column, they are those of Many a state department official (By George Lait, Int'l News Servicewar pay an ounce of gold dust, worth
Western Newspaper Union's news Analysts and not necessarily of this newspaper.) wishes we could fix up Argentina correspondent, who is back after 31 then about $15.Newspapers .
____________ Released by Western Newspaper Union.Troops .' as neatly as Comrade'Stalin thinks months' continuous action under fire, firstn
We can. ( the London blitz, then in the eastward were usca as let-
When Willkie was in Moscow, British retreat and the triumphant westward ters in the middle of the 19th cen-
Stalin raised a question about Ar- ( Rommel-rout to Bizerte with Mont- tury because it cost 25 cents to
r a 'C.. '& gentina, describing it as the Axis gomery's Eighth Army. He lived in the send a letter by mail. To save
r/.i ? source of information about ship desert for a year and a half, was wounded money, many economical people
4 a r y \;'. \ ;/iqv./::::.: y'4.Y. rrh. movements. He couldn't understandwhy three times and frequently cited for valor.) sent newspapers instead at a much

ta\: such condition should be allowed lower rate and underlined words
r ,S a ,It gets really hot in the Western to form
messages.
% to exist. Desert-130 degrees and no shade
ZI "If you have so much power," oeing quite common during the Summer -
Stalin told Willkie, "why don't you season. But it is no more un-

clean up the Argentine government, comfortable than New York at 95 -
MEXSANAfORMERLY
or take over the country-do some- degrees.: In the desert it's just heat;
thing to turn the Axis out of there?" tn New York it's humidity. The MEXICAN HEAl POWDER
Willkie found it somewhat difficultto American fliers and British "Tom-

., explain that the Good Neighbor tnies" wear lightweight clothing for
policy would prevent such interference comfort, but the Arab wraps -up in
in time of war as in time of aeavy woolen blankets and half-a- Variable Stars

peace. dozen flannel nightshirts "to keep'but Variable stars have been known
NOTE: State department experts the heat." Everyone's uncom- to increase or decrease in diam-

r expect that, despite the new Argen-atti- fortable. eter, within 18 days, as much as
tine government's reactionary
40,000,000 miles, or 168 times the'distance
tude on domestic questions, it will The Boche and Ginzos are scrupulous between
';";"_"__ .."OWOO_' -' A ..." { be driven to break relations with observers of international laws the moon. the earth and
the Axis, in order to get lend-lease regards rendering useless the infrequent -
in Maj. Gen. Sanderford Jarman's anti-aircraft artillery com- supplies from the United States. ThisIs [ wells in the desert. Insteadbf
mand receive alert warning of approaching planes in practice drill and what Latin generals want most. poisoning the vital water supply -
I are about to release barrage balloon. Besides forcing enemy, planes to which is prohibited by agree-
high altitudes thereby affecting bombing efficiency, barrage balloons'
HUMANE BOMBING ment, they pollute wells as they retreat -
cables are strong enough to destroy any craft striking them. Strange as it may seem, the Unit- by killing a camel, sheep or '

ed States air forces are planningthe goat and tossing the,carcass into the CONSTIPATED, ? GET
_I MacARTHUR ATTACKS : EUROPE : humane bombing of Germany. Nell. Makes water temporarily unfit -

Advance in PacificUnder Clearing a Path They want to avoid killing people for human or animal consumption GENTLE RELIEF!,
and destroying non-military build- but doesn't permanently destroythe
cover of bursting shells and Europe rocked from all sides as ings. They want to bring the war spring. Several times duringthe If your constipation Is due
strong aerial formations, American British and American air squadrons to a merciful ending. Eighth Army's 2,500-mile chase to lack of"bulk"In the diet,
forces in the South Pacific strengthened continued pounding vital Axis in- High ranking officers of the air after Rommel this was the only and you have normal intes-

their hold on the Solomon islands dustries, installations and air- forces are urging that we conductour water we had; we drank ,it by hold- tines purgatives,why?resort They to act powerful princi-

and opened up another front dromes. bombing operations in such a Ing the nose, retained it a few mo- pally by,prodding your intestines -
against the Japanese in New Guinea. Nowhere did the Axis find rest. way that unnecessary destructionof ments and then did a raRing-of- Into action or draw-
Protected by big guns of the navy British bombers flew into Germany'sRuhr enemy life and property shall be the-ship act. But managed to gain ing water into them from
and a protective canopy thrown to strike at the already badly held to a minimum. Just enough moisture to keep going. other parts of your bodyl!
across the skies by fighter planes, battered industrial centers, and even This is part of their thesis in When forced to abandon huge hogs- Try KELLOGG'S ALL-BEAK.
U. S. troops scored a surprise land- while the blockbusters and incendi- favor of precision, or "pin-point" heads of wine at Tobruk, the running Instead of working on you

ing on Rendova and New Georgia aries plummeted roofward, the bombing, as contrasted with the [Italians paused just long enough to ALL-BRAN the contents works of your chiefly colon on
islands in the Solomons, and soon Nazis Munitions Minister Walter "area" bombing of the RAF. The pour a gallon of gasoline into each helping youth easy, nat-
were shelling the big Jap air baseon Speers complained that Axis work- precision bombing, carried on in barrel. So we used the wine in the ural elimination.
Munda.To men were compelled to labor in the daylight, is able to pick out the pre- radiators of our desert cars and ALL-BRAN Is a tasty breakfast -
the west, American units open in many places. cise military target, and destroy that frank the water originally intendedfor cereal. It's sold by all
swarmed ashore on 'the Huon gulfof In the Mediterranean American without laying waste to an entire the radiators. grocers. Eat itregularly: ,
drink plenty of water and,
New Guinea, and soon were ad Flying Fortresses, accompanied by city, or killing helpless civilians. "Join the
These air forces officers speak of Mail deliveries to the out Regulars"l! Made
boys
vancing toward the important Japa- Lightning fighters, struck at air- by Kellogg's In Battle Creek.
nese position at Salamaua, 'already fields in Sicily, apparently striving ,to the post-war attitude of nations toward there vary, in my own experience,
menaced by an Allied force which cripple bases from which Axis craft each other, emphasizing that from one week to eight 'months.
had hacked its way through the jun- could oppose Allied landing expedi- careless bombing would intensify the Through the U. S. Army Post Office
gle to-within '12:miles of the outpost. tions. hatreds of war, and make it more [ have received airmail,letters from. ,

Between these two theaters of. operation Off to the 'east, American bombers difficult to build a peaceful 'world. New York,"to Tripoli in seven days. I IMind's
American forces' .occupiedthe began lambasting Axis air- Somebody will have to rebuild the Through the regular steamer mail SweetnessLet
broken cities of World ties via Cairo and the civilian
Woodlark and Trobriand islands dromes and installations in Greece, Europe. delivery thy mind's sweetness have'
without opposition.More along the route an Allied army are now so close that no great'areas setup, a Christmas package from its
might take to invade the Balkans.In of destruction can be allowed to remain Sherman Billingsley was deliveredto operation upon thy body,)
clothes
than
100 and
Japanese planes, anticipating a major Allied drivein ; rebuilding will .have to be me in July. It contained six not- habitation.GeorgeHerbert.
shot down .
were resisting the Amer-
ican this direction, the Axis reported done, and only the victors will have too-sedate neckties-for which an
landings. Our losses
own were fortification of mountain the power to do the work. Arab offered to exchange a wife
17, along with a 7,000 ton transportand along the whole rugged Grecian passes Therefore, say these exponents of Dr a camel-and 100 books of Stork I
several other ,
ships damaged in
the coast. precision bombing, let us have no Club matches, which are priceless xYOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM
dangerous waters of the
reedy indiscriminate bombing, but only a I out in the blue. In Tunisia, where
Solomons. HOGS : precision job, which spares the life the stork is considered a bird of
HOT FlASHESIt
FOOD SUBSIDIES : Flood Market and property of. the enemy as muchas favorable omen, Sherman's match-
possible. books were highly acceptable gifts
Banned by CongressThe With principal markets flooded and valuable articles of barter in you, distress suffer from of "Irregularities"hot flashes, dizziness are-

administration's plans for the with heavy receipts, prices on hogs CHURCHILL THE PROPHET our 'dealings with the Senussi, Tau- weak, nervous Irritable blue at
use of subsidies to "roll back" retail dropped and government and indus- Students of air power have dug up reg and Berber shieks. The rate of "middle-age"times-duo1 to period the In functional a woman's

food prices were strongly jolted by try representatives appealed to an old statement of-Winston Church- exchange was one book of matchesfor life-try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege-
congressional action in passing the farmers to restrict shipments. ill's, written in 1917, which revealsan one egg, one book of matchesfor table Compound-the best-known
Commodity Credit corporation bill Although the government had amazing foresight in the possibilities one scrawny chicken, one book medicine especially you can for buy women.today that'smade

outlawing such payment except as promised to support prices for 240 and limitations of aerial of matches for one meal. Flnkham's Compound has helped

incentives to producers. As a re- to 270 pound pigs at $13.75, hogsof bombing.As thousands to relieve upon such thousands annoying of symp-women -
sult, the "rollbacks" recently in- this weight brought less as a result everybody knows, the Nazi Certain Bedouin tribes 'and also toms. Follow label directions.Pink-
stituted on meat and butter wouldbe of the, large receipts. It was blitz against England, intended to the famous Indian Ghurkas of Mont- ham's Compound Is worth trying
wiped out, with payments only explained packers lacked the laborto terrorize the people, failed in its ob gomery's Eighth Army never draw
being made on previous commit- handle such huge supplies. jective. On the other hand, the their knives from the scabbards unless -
ments.In Prices more scientific bombing of the con- the blade I draws blood. To ex-,
for hogs over the 270 pound
tinent by the RAF and AAF strategic the naked blade without "blood-
pose
passing the bill, congress actedin weight sagged as the governmentmade Many Washington Counties
opposition to administration bombing-is now expected to ing" it makes the weapon lose face.
sup- no commitment to prop returns Washington is the name most
Hitler to'' his knees. So when Bedouin Ghurka takes
bring a or
port of the subsidy Priorto
program. at the $13.75 mark. The action used for counties. Twentyninestates
the War Churchill seemed to foresee both his knife out to show to a pal, he
passage, Labor board
was seen as a move to induce farm- have a Washington county.
came out for "rollbacks" to offset ers to market pigs_ at lighter of these developments when he said cuts his own finger to draw a dropof
the increasing cost of living, which weights to relieve the critical corn in a paper on Air Power, writtenin blood before returning it to its

threaten its policy of limiting wage situation, which continued to plague 1917, that nothing we know about sheath.In .
boosts to 15 cent warfare can lead us to believe
per over
January, and manufacturers
processors who '
1941. said they would be compelled, to that bombing for terror alone can New York when a dame wants O CHECK &. R SA
In.passing the bill which extendsthe seriously restrict operations unless cause such a morale collapse as to to give a guy a brush-off she tells
life of the CCC for two more : further grain force a major nation to sue for him her name is Miss Trout and
was forthcoming.
years and adds 750 million dollarsto I peace. gives him the phone number of, the 6166Uid
its lending authority, congress GAS: : Churchill emphasized that air Aquarium as hers. In Cairo and '. .i. tahe
permitted payment of 150 million power must single out and attack Alexandria, under similar circum-
dollars for subsidizing increased I Tight Pinch transportation, factories, and other stances, she gives him the phone for Malarial Symptom
transportation costs and the produc- Completion: of the big oil pipe line enemy installations, upon which the number of the Egyptian Army Bar- .
tion of critical minerals and food. in the Middlewest and declining enemy war-making ability depends. racks and tells him to ask for
petroleum production in California England's survival of the blitz Yamenick Talata (in Arabic, right- WNU-7 28-43
CHINA: might well spell a tightening of gaso- gives dramatic support to the first I, by-threes, or "squads right").

Press laps Back line supplies in those sections within part of that statement. and Allied I
the near future, Secretary of the In- air power is now proving the sec The ,Arab in the cities of North :.
See-saw warfare in China contin- terior Harold Ickes declared. At the ond part. Africa is dirty beyond civilized be-
ued, with Chinese forces recapturinga same time, Ickes could see no reliefin lief. The Bedouin of the desert, how- :
large section of Owchihkow on the the gasoline situation in the East. INSTALLMENT BUYING ever, is meticulously clean, although I _
Yangtze river, thus driving the Japa- I In all cases, Ickes said, the serv- Business is usually squawkingabout he may die of old age without ever Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof
nese further out of the great rice ices' huge consumption of petroleum government regulation, but having[ had a bath in water. The Harmful Body Waste
bowl which they had threatened to I is digging deeply' into the nation's here is one case where merchantswant desert Arab scrubs himself many Your kidneys are constantly filtering
overrun. supply. Ickes cited Lieut. Gen. it continued after the war. times daily with fine, dry sand; at waste matter from the blood stream.But
in their workdonot
Assisting the Chinese in their successful Somervell's estimate that military They want to cherish and preserve least seven times daily, as he must kidneys act as sometimes Nature lag intended-tail to re-
counterattack was the AmerIcan demands now approximate 1,000,000 Regulation .W. cleanse himself thoroughly before movfl impurities that, if retained, may
air force, which has been estab- barrels day, exclusive of gasolineand This is the regulation requiring each of the seven required daily poison body machinery.the system and upset the whole i
lished in the southeast of China. Un- heavy down to Allah.Throughout Symptoms may be nagging backache,
lubricating products, while payments on consumer prayers persistent headache attacks of dizziness
der leadership of. Gen. Claire Chen- American refining capacity standsat i 'purchases. For example, the down getting up nights, swelling, puffiness i
nault, the Yanks have been concen- 3,850,000 barrels. payment on a $200 refrigerator to- North Africa the common anxiety under the and eyes loss-of a feeling pep and of strength.nervous I I
trating on Japanese locomotives, Completion of the big pipe line I day-if you could get one would be tongue is Arabic. But dialects Other signs of kidney or bladder dis- I I
freight trains and other heavy equip- in the Middlewest, Ickes said, will '' about $60, compared with three or differ ,so widely that natives of one too order frequent are sometimes urination.burning scanty or ',..;i
'ment which. the enemy finds most free many tank cars for haulage of 'I' four dollars before the war. region can't understand the speech There should be no doubt that prompt l!
difficult treatment is wiser than neglect. Use f
to replace. oil from the area east of the Mis- I Wartime purpose of this regulationis of other regions. Butwritten, Arabicis Doan't Pills. Doan't have been winning; I
Japanese attacks near Shanghaiand I sissippi. However, Ickes pointedout to curb buying and thus reduce,in the same throughout, as all lit- new friends for moro than forty years.! I
Swatow were also checked, with it is this area which is suffering flation. But retail merchants like it erate Arabs learn to write from the Are They recommended have nation-wide by grateful reputation.people the ;f
Chinese troops regaining several im- from a decline in production, and for other reasons. It saves them Koran. So, while an Arab can't always country over. A,k your neighbor ;
portant points' at Swatow, once famouS further diversion of its supplies necessarily bookkeeping expenses, avoids the talk to a stranger, if both' can I II
treaty port on the Kwangtungcoast. will result in a further pinch nuisance of dunning, and provides write they can get along fine by DOAN SPILLS I t
in civilian consumption there. I! cash. I scratching tracings in the sand.

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can tell at a glance just what a person By VIRGINIA VALE -* *
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/ "But don't you find it embarrassing?" [ them in an old pillow case which

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is
: There was a man who complained now working in a deep indigo.
he had lots of books but no \
"Cover Girl Rita
: starring Never water
bookcases. He'd never liked to pour on burning,
:-., borrow bookcases. Hayworth, will begin her real fat; it spreads blaze. Extinguishblaze

movie career with a complete with flour.
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. Only Hall of It 44$4a wardrobe. The Cover Girls: Gather clover blossoms this

... Nervous .Employer-Thomas, I are contributing a dollar a summer, dry them, and scatter-

.- wish you wouldn't whistle. at your week apiece for 13 weeks, to be set about the linen closet to impart a

work. aside as a "career starter fund." delicate fragrance.
'. Office Boy-I ain't, working, sir. The full amount-$195-will be

. :', :. I'm only whistling. ) < ma'tched by the first star, making

$390. The first Cover Girl who receives SOOTHES CHAFED SKIN
!'-:. Ancient Fishing Methods 4 2 i :a \ /. a bona fide screen offer M

'I I'4 ( after finishing her role at Columbiawill liNE flORO /

ti : :. Still Prevalent in Malta ; 4 7. 't, (4'pt\) ; ".'.' % : :5v 4g. win the entire amount, to be WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
/ I > wardrobe.
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Precisely as did their forebears --;.

,';.- iru-biblical days, the inhabitants of Joan Leslie, co-starred with Fred Origin of 'Two Bits'
-'.. the quaint fishing villages of Marsa Astaire in RKO Radio's "The Sky's The term "two bits" 'was coinedin

,\" _:'..;.' and Zurrico, on the island of t' :1VL':; v'l the Limit," made her film debut five, San Francisco in days before
Malta, in the Mediterranean, today years ago as a child actress in their mints were in existence and gold

: 'f; follow the life of the fisherman for / 4i "Laddie"; she was Joan Brodel I I wire was chipped up for currency.

"' '.. their livelihood. then. She moved right along, play-
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, ;.{' :';' use today. The fishermen use a + I /

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.;!{:' thlir boat, instead of the nets commonly ? : YOU UP

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! r.o k: now that the Allies dominate the I Barbecued Beef on Buns Tastes Good It 'do-chew'chewing-gum FEEN-A-MINT laxative. Simply, the modern chew
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f:":.; Mediterranean. No longer do they (See Recipe Below) FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed,
"':'';2": .. have to fear the Axis aerial attacks taking only in accordance with package
,1\ :: : : to which they were subjected Fun OutdoorsYour directions-sleep without being dis
IfJ
Lynn Says / : turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
: :
si- day after day before the rout relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
t: of Rommel in Africa. family will like eating out- FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
The Score Card
doors for as : Ceiling pricesare and economical.A generous family supplyFEENAMINT
nothing seems so good ;
'; in effect for such vegetablesas
beef barbecues hamburgers i costs only
or
i; cabbage, carrots, lettuce, spin-
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RHEUMATIC PAIN served in the open when appetitesare ach, snap beans and tomatoes. 1 10*

...i their sharpest, or coffee madeon Watch for changesin point val- ;
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"' ;, / Need not Get after
i- Spoil your Day- II Now a make-shift stove from a coupleof
? ;-', Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve hold ues on meats and other red stamp
"'rJ;:;:...:'\ pain of muscular rheumatism large bricks maneuvered to foods. Look, too, for the ceiling Child's Tears
;< and other rheumatic pains. Caution: the old granite coffee pot in place. prices on many cuts of meat. JOAN LESLIE The tear down childhood's cheek
k-: ; :" Use only as directed. First bottle Food is good and wholesome, and The butcher usually posts ceiling that flows is like the dew-drop on
L-. :. purchase price back if not satisfied. there's plenty of it whether you cookit in '''Ser-
60c and $1.00. ,Today; buy C-2223. prices on his wall. ing opposite Gary Cooper the rose.
;
f.;;, :. at home and Your butter and cheese man geant York," and Jimmie Cagney in
S wrap it up to take can collect your points before he "Yankee Doodle Dandy." A year'

if ., with you to the, leaves your order. In this way ago Astaire saw her. dance and said: :': ?
Ii R spot of your he won't wake you up if he comes "One of these days she's going to be I 2fIujSuHet

; tif? j v \v7i i3, choice, or if you early, or if you're not at home my partner!" \ \ aches and trains ol

,%I ssrrsr.Make later in the day. Should he fail -,"'-- ; RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

A Soothing S A Bv E to be able to fill your order, he Leslie Howard, young daughter ota \ J
of the
ANTISEPTIC i3JTB.. use must give you a ration check for famous father, is all set to carryon
:Used by thousands with satisfactory fe back yard for
points given him but not used, a famous name. Remember how
suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredi- barbecue or take to the woodsor
ents. Get Carboil at drug stores or write your and you can turn this in to your very good she was in her radio" appearances :
' Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Term. lake, even ifYou have to use the local
:., war price and rationing ? She makes her film debut -
bicycle. The change from eating on
board. "
with her father in "Spitfire.
the dining room table will be a wel-
Uniform prices for poultry have Another daughter of a famous par-
-- .'- .. In the Right come change and will do wonders been established, and the cam- ent, Mary Hayes, daughter of Helen, .
Nothing deters a good man fron toward perking up summer appe- paign against the black
. poultry makes her bow with her mother, Large Botttob[ nuot3'22-SmsU Size(60
what is right.-Seneca. tites.Make outdoor eating as convenientas market is swinging into shape. this month, in a special Girl Scouts' IT ill (OQD DBDS STORES or IT Hill II ncilpl friti |
radio MCNEIL DRUG CO.,inc.
dining at home. Be sure to include program. .,..._ 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville.Florida I
such salt and half of a bun the ---i_
things as pepper, nap- over hamburgerso
SHAVE with SHELB kins, plenty of cups, plates and silverware that bun will be steamed and Walter Brennan, Hollywood's only

in your basket to make the toasted. The other half may be ,three-time Academy Award winner, Pleasant CompanionA
.
. family comfortable.A toasting on a stick while one restson celebrates his 25th year as a film pleasant companion causes
spicy sauce with beef or veal hamburger. Place other half on character actor while he's appear-
you to forget the length of the
SHARPER makes up a delicious barbecue. The hamburger when ready to eat. ing in Samuel Goldwyn's "North journey.
BECAUSE pound and a quarter of meat is Many families are fond of barbe- Star." And his youngest daughter

THEY'RE3 enough for 12 buns-just in case cued spareribs on their jaunts out- makes her debut, as his grand-

'/ THINNER you're interested in stretching those doors. You'll like this one, particu. daughter.
precious red points: larly the sauce:

double edgeersngleedgo *Barbecued Beef on Buns. Barbecued Spareribs. Real French Canadian troops

IVi pounds beef or veal (Serves 4) make their film debut in the Commando -

74for1OCManufactured 1 cup thinly sliced onions 3 to 4 pounds ribs, cut 'in pieces raid sequence of the Merle
ond 1 clove garlic, chopped (optional) 1 lemon Oberon-Brian Aherne film, "First
guaranteed by 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce Comes Courage." We're told that
1
Federal Razor Blad Co., N. Y. large onion
Yz cup catsup 1 cup catsup Commando tactics never before revealed -

1 teaspoons salt Yz cup Worcestershire sauce to the public are demonstrated -

Yi teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon chili powder by the 300-men tank force which
Cut meat in 1-inch cubes and 1 teaspoon salt performed for the cameras at:

-: SNAPPY FACTS brown in hot fat. Add 1 cup water 2 dashes tabasco sauce Beecher, Bay, Vancouver Island, I9

and simmer 1% hours until tender. 2 cups water B. C. It was looked on as excellent
ABOUT Brown onions and garlic in hot fat combat training for the troops.
I and add to cooked meat with remain- Place ribs in shallow roasting pan, -,'.!,'-- .
- der of ingredients. Make on out- meaty side up. On each piece placean

riJriRUBBER door stove or wrap carefully in contamer unpeeled slice of lemon, a thin Open house for servicemen
with plenty of towels to keep slice of onion. Roast in' hot oven Hollywood is a daily routine of
((450 30 minutes. in the Harry Sherman
warm, and take to barbecue. To degrees), Combine hospitality
serve, spoon on to warmed buns. I remaining ingredients, bring to a studios; an average of 30 soldiers,
boil and pour over ribs. Continue sailors and marines has been watching -
- Recapped tires will render Hamburgers are, still a great favorite -
for outdoor baking in a moderate oven (350 degrees Albert Decker and Claire Trevorin
satisfactory service -if the eating, particu-
tire carcass is in good condition larly now since ) for 30 minutes. Baste ribs "The Gunmaster." Sherman has
good workmanship is hamburger still several times with sauce. also opened his sound stages for par-
j exercised, inflation rules are has fairly low I Let the green salad for the out- ties for men in uniform; the other

observed and speed is kept point value. This fJ1t door supper be as green and sprightly night 150 soldiers were invited to in-
to 35 mph. Have your tires recipe makes as you can make it. A smart idea formal festivities at the end of the

recapped at a reliable' shop. tasty and tender, in making the salad is to toss all day's work.Jennifer .

\ well seasoned the greens together, but add the sal- K
"tist have developed the fact
ad dressing only just before eating'to who landed the ,1
Jones
that when a car Is driven at 50 mph hamburgers: ,
there Is c centrifugal force of two 'JI" allow the salad to keep its crispi-' lead in "The Song of Bernadette,"

tons trying to pull the tires apart. Prize Hamburgers ness: nearing completion, has joined the
(Makes 24 hamburgers) Chef's Favorite Salad. all-star cast of "Since You Went
That our standard of living Is I pounds hamburger % head of lettuce Away." Claudette Colbert plays

affected in many ways by Yz cup chili sauce 2 cups spinach leaves the young mother; Shirley Templeand FLIT
the shortage of rubber will 2 tomatoes, cut in wedges has a wartime job helping
1 teaspoon Worcestershire Jennifer are her daughters.
be appreciated when it is sauce Yz sliced radishes our soldiers fight insect-enemies
1% cup
tablespoons salt :
known that battlefronts.
about
normally on
many
I 50,000 items were made with 1 teaspoon onion salt Yz green pepper, cut in rings Wendell Niles was unable to get
\ rubber. Yz teaspoon celery salt 3 green onions overseas passage with Bob Hope, so YOU have wartime job helpingto
24 buns, toasted and buttered 1 stalk celery, cut in pieces -he stayed home to be actorannouncer equip our soldiers for victoryandbrthgingthemhomequicker
Mix hamburger well with Yi cup french dressing !
sauce on Johnny Mercer's Music Shop,
and seasonings. Form into 24 pat- Break lettuce into bite-sized pieces the summer replacement for Bob's Your job is to put every cent
I
I ties and fry slowly in hot fat until and. toss together program. Mercer is going to double you can lay your hands oninto-

browned and done, on both sides. with other vegeta'c from his radio show to write Metro's '
When nearly done invert the bottom bles. Just before "Ziegfeld Follies." MORE AND MORE'
serving, add ,c -. '
dressing and [ -- WAR BONDSSIGN
Your Barbecue serve from large [ If those- red and blue ration cou-
Supper bowl. Have all ingredients [, pons have been bothering you, be UP FOR MORE THAN
B.EGooj well sure to see the latest Lum and Ab-

: Beef Small Barbecue Whole on Tomatoes Toasted Bun chilled. _ The ner picture famous when Jot 'Em it comes Down'Store your way.of 10% TODAY I

Cucumber Are having difficulties planning
! Wedgesor meals with you points? Stretching your meats? Pine Ridge, Ark., is the scene of all
Lynn.Chambers can give you help if you sorts of mixups with the coupons, Published by Stance Incorporated
Chef's Salad.StrawberryRhubarb write her, enclosing a stamped, self-ad sugar and coffee tickets, and Lum The Makers of FUT
Pie dressed envelope for your reply, in care and Abner's duties as air raid war- In cooperation with the Drug
Coffee Milk Pop of her at Western Newspaper- Union, 210 dens and ration board and tire in.' Cosmetic and Allied Industrie.
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DACE EIGHT THE CLEWISTON" NEWS Fill DAY, JULY 23, 1913


With thing a person far away from home August 31st Date Set- I R0TICIS .
Our Boys-
had rather do than read the old .
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home-town newspaper, although Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands or so much"
(Continued from Page 4 thereof as will be necessary to pay the due
amount for
there new-comers to Clew- taxes herein set opposite -
are many (Continued from page 1)
to the
same, together with the costs of such
sale
not reach him. and will
advertising
out his papers do that I do not know." be sold at
iston since I left public auction on the
venience of those who wish to reg- second day of August, A: D 1113, beginning-
We're glad to have the new address, Good luck, and welcome back .to at twelve o'clock noon, at the CITY HALL of the CITY or CLEWISTON;,,
ister but who unable to make the FLORIDA.
.xor-'we do not like for any of the boysto States Tommy. are ,
the ,
miss a single copy. So folks at trip to LaBelle. I R. .Y. PATTERSON, Tax Collector, City ot Clewiston.

hope, and boys in the service, too, Mr. Owen passed along to the paper Clewiston residents may register I

'remember the slightest change in a letter he received from Charlie at the Hendry County Motors, on DESCRIPTION OF HYMJ Owner Amount of Taxes x..

your :address should be sent to the of July 28th, 29th and 30th and on' Lot 23, Block' 22 -..._..._-- : _.._. J. E. Beardsley __ '.
Scoutmaster ..
Troop
": promptly. We'll do our best Benson, former August 18th, 19th ,and 20th between'!,Lot 31, Block 26 ........_..?-.....-...___.___.._...__. J. E. Beardsley Agent Agent _'.___ ..$ 6:60: "
paper 23. The letter is just as fine as | Lots 3, 4, 19, 20, Block 27 .-.....-.-._.,.._....__?. Elbert L Stewart ......_. ___ 5.00
"to peep every one straight, but cannot'do from Charlie and proves the hours of 9 a. m. and 10 p. m. Lot 4, Block 139 --.-.. -.---_____..__.. Mrs. Edith i M. lloser ___.k 20.00
:: it without your help. you'd expect This arrangement has been made, Lot 8, Block 139 .-.....-r.-._._..._......::.._...._..._.__ E. E. :Minor (J. E. Beardsley ___ 4.i0.!'.
beloved Scout I
that he has his troop Agent __ ___._.
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t R still on his mind and heart.. Theyhaven't through the cooperation of they Lot 7, Block 167 _..__---___._..__.___.... J. E. Beardsley-- Agent- ____ r 5.00
The Patterson boys are settled iu' Voters League and the supervisor of Lot 8, Block 172 ..._........_.___.?.....___._..._....... Mrs. Carrie A. Tumulty ......____... 5 9to1'
forgotten their former Scout- I Lot 14, Block 172 .-.......?......................__..._._............ 'J, E. Beardsley Agent ____._:
the Army now, too. ',Bo.b. went in master, either, and are awaiting V- registration. i Lot 2, Block 173 ....:.?..._._____?__..._...._ J. E. Baker ___....._.._......._._ 5.00
with a commission as second lieutenant C.. H. Berner president of they: Lot 6, Block 175 w....._._.__._____.___........_. Minerva D. Schroder _..._._...__ 5.00
day when he can come back to them. Lot 4, Block 176 ..._.-?.._..?,__?...?......?_...?............._ Ruth R. Beardsley __.__.___..._ 4.00
having been In the. .O.T.C'I Charlie is on a sub-chaser, some- Voters League, W. C. Owen, E. E'I Lots 21, 22, Block 176 .........:...._.........._......... _... Ruth R. Beardsley ,,__..__.._ 6.00
for four years at the University. He' Kelly, R. Y. T. M. Wal-j Lot 24, Block 176 --........?._?__..._....?_.._.?....... Ruth R. Beardsley. ...:-.-...:_.___ 14,00
where in the Atlantic, and he wrote: Patterson i Lot 29, Block 176 ...................._,................._._............ Mrs E. A. Stone .____.___._ 8.03
was happy to be chosen as" one of : Dear Mr. Owen: droll, L. L. Lowe, G. B. McDuffie andG. Lot 30, Block 176 .........._......._.._...........: ............._ :Mrs. E. A. Stone ___?_...._. 4.00
the officers in the newly dedicated i, still H. Brown were present, at the Lot 31, Block 176 ..._....-....-...._........__.__.._........ Esther V. Ilogben"___._.__.,_ _____ 4.00''
I guess' Troop 23 is going Lot 32, Block 176 -_-...................................._......... Frank H. Roach .___._._.___._ 4.UO
"Rainbow Divisions. This division is strong so I am enclosing a check for meeting of the board of county commissioners Lot 36, Block 176 ........._.....:..........._._............._._...... Ruth R. Beardsley? ___._._._._ 1.00
made up of picked men from every be usedto when the matter of the Lot 2, Block 195 ...-.-<.__._......_.........::.............. Mary G. Paton __.___. 5.00"5.00.
25.00 for the troop fund to Lots 2, 3, Block 202 _._..___._...._....._......,..... Herbert M. Turner" _____ ;;
state in the Union. At the dedica- defray the camp expenses this special election was taken up. Lot 8, Block 203 ....._..?...._..._.-......._.........._........ Mrs. Annette levers _.___.._ 8.80
tion ceremonies the flags of each Clewiston is Lot 9, Block 203 .................__...:..............._-_.._._...... Mrs. Annette Sievers .___ 5.03'
the military review and rear or however the boys want to use The voting place for 1 I. 6, Block 204 __:..._........____...__..___...__... A. E. Oliver __.__?_. .____ 5,4NLot -
state were in St. It has been quite_some time since the Community Center, in the City Lot 6, Block 207 _.._..._._..___....._...._...:.._...... Mrs. E. A. Stone ...._.____? .. _._ 5.00!
each flag was carried by a.guard of received The Clewiston Newsas Hall Election officials Lot 8, Block 207 ....-..-........_....-......._._._?...__..__..... Josephine & Ruth Knight ___. 4:4g(
from that state. Florida's I have Building. Lots '21, 22, Block 208 ......._--..........._....._....._._... Lewis E. Mor .___........_._..___..:: _... 46.00'-
honor newspapers, magazines, etc., havea will be Paul Emrich, C. E. Miner, 21, Block 208 -..._ .__.,_.-_..._:..........___.... Viola Owen & Ruth Beardsley-__ 6.00'Lot
flag, which was sent ,by Governor rather low priority in the mail Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. R. M. Lots 25, 26, Block 208 ?_...._....._.._.-_._.._._.... Viola Owen & Ruth Beardsley 8:0 4.QJr'
Holland] for the occasion, was borne Lot 28, Block 355 ......._.... ,..? _._....._?...?..... C. M. _.._._._,_...._._.__,._,_-_ 140;
schedule clown here so I have not Hare, Jr.,, and Mrs. G. E. Crow, Jr. Lot 4, Block 358Lot ___. ._, .. .. .. ..... J. E. ,. ...._._..,,4'0
by Sergeant Stephen C. Barber of to with the 5. Block 358 -.. =!.__ David L, 1jj; ?
lakeland. The Rainbow Divisionwas been able keep up pro- Lot 19, Block.358 _...,_.__ .,._..,..,."..-?._._.... Mrs. E A, ___.._._
gress of the troop. If the fellows Lots 1, 2, Block 359 -...........;_....._..............._....... John Hepworth Estate __...;...__ 6:09 4O
Gruber Okla
homa.activated at Camp have time occasionally to drop me a LEGAL NOTICES Lot Lot 13 18.: Block Block 369 367'...:::::::::::=::::_:::.::.=:=::=..?.' A.N.: A E.: :Kirchman Lamer ... :::-_.::::::::=:::::::= .

line I will try to answer them even Lots 14, 15, 16, 17, Block: 369 ..._...:.:................_ A. E. Kirchman .........._..... .._____ 56/Ofr 7:0
Dick Patterson, who went into I can't very much that I Lot Block 371 _.._......._, H, E. O'Brien ?? ?
though say Lot Block 371 _..._,_.., _. ._.._..,._?.. ..__... II. E. O'Brien ::
service after three years at .the University will get by the censor. NOTICE OF PUBLIC )u: 'rIXH Lot k Block 377 _....?..: : ? ... L C. Vaughn .... __?_.: IU;
starts from the ranks as a I time I thought I was --=- / Lot Block 377 ?_...?._..?......._,.,_. ..?_. R A. Lilly __?. (
For some I Lots 1, 2, Block 383"-. _:-...________...... .. ..
"private. He was dubious about his about to become a confirmed salt but Pursuant to Chapter 22079, Laws of Lots 26,. 27, Block 412 _...?..._-.-..........._._.._-...... Aaron D. Francis- ._...._._..__:_::____36.; _
'acceptance, on account of his'eye3, Florida. Acts of 1943, notice is hereby 25, 26, Block 423 ....-........--........-............... Bert Powell _..._..____......___. .____ 4od'Lots ;
on our last trip out I begalto have given that a public meeting will be I Lot 8, Block, 495 ...._......_............................-.-....--...... J.V.. Daughtrey ._. ___?___.... 4,09.;
but was accepted for limited service. my doubts as the major portion of held In the office of the County Superintendent Lot 12. Block 495 ._?. ..-..--..-...----...-.................. Ruth R, Beardsley .?..._ .._.____. -. 1000-
He is now in Gulfport Field, Miss. of Public Instruction of Lots 13, 14, Block 495:;: ......_.........._._..........._........ Ruth R. Beardsley ._.....-_.......______ -_ 28.00:
our crew got quite a bit of practicein Hendry County, Florida, In the Court-I Lot 15, Block 495 ,-._-................................__... .. Ruth R. Beardsley ...____......._...__ -320 6,40
manning the rails. I didn't let house at LaBelle, Florida, on August Lots 13, 14, Block 162 ..........-...... ... .... Mary Hayes Davis ..._......- .. ....,. 1000
Sammy Lang's wife sends us his down but it is somewhat 6. 1943, at 2 o'clock P. M., for the purpose July 2, 9, 16, 2330. -
it get me
\ of explaining and discussing a
address and it's care the Post- I ,
slew ,
tiresome on a fellow's jaws when he proposed increase of more than five per
'master, New York City, so he is cent (5 percent) in the budget for the a.. -. "' -"--
has to eat so often because even an '1943-1941 compared with the I ..::J'
His wife wrote from year as
overseas now. apple won't stay. down longer than budget for the preceeding jear.
Adel, Georgia, where she is probably 15 minutes. (SEAL) DILLON HALL,
staying for the duration. Chairman, County Board of i /Y!;:%r.G'jfir:{ .., a!. .y4f' J ::pi.
Even taking seasickness into con- Public Instruction, Hendry ;',1S f'S ,rir!: syS/.. %;;/ /
sideration this is pretty good duty County, Florida. '. + rii iC. '
\ Our first word in months from ATTEST: rouI
Thomas Akins came in a letter and I like it fine. We have a pretty C. E. '\VEA VEn, Superintendent.

good crew even though our skippe'rgets July 23, 30, 1943.
this week from Bremerton, Washington -
Tommy, you will remember, off on a tangent occasionally but I tant 60..

the other officers are: strictly tops.I .
was in the Navy before war occur- NOTICE OF PUBLIC HHAHIAG i .
will have to sign off now as it !
red. In fact, he was aboard the USS
is time to hit the sack. If, by some ,
Pennsylvania, one of the ships in Monday, August 9. 1943. at .1 00 P. M. Buy
Pearl Harbor when the Japs made freak of luck, you get time to drop United States Eastern War Time, is I
me a line, I will appreciate hearing fixed as the date and time when, and
.their sneak attack December 7, 1941. the City Hall in the City of Clewistonis War
"This is his first shore assignmentsince from you. Give my regards to the designated as the place where, the Bonds
folks that I know who are left City Commission shall hold a public
that time. He writes: "I must meeting for the purpose of consideringand
say without a doubt there isn't any- around the office. acting upon the assessment roll, of
I CHAS. W. BENSON. acting as a Board of Equalization, of st,; Erirwl.
hearing complaints and receiving testi-
- - - - mony as to the value of any property,

<..><..;..J..JM>JNJ.J..J :..:..J..;..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Assessor real or personal and as fixed by the Tax and
** perfecting, reviewing
J When. it comes to EATS are TOPS :: equalizing the 1942 tax assessment. .
we
r '' This notice dated this 5th day of
i July, 1943. '
|: CLEWISTON CAFE :: MALCOLM W. -BIGG [;

..' Clerk, City Commission,
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.. :' .i' City of Clewiston.
Y': has one of the best in No. 29-July 17; 24, 31.XOTICF. .
dining rooms the Everglades; two large"A ::: ,
; fans change the air continually and make it comfortable r .;.

""J and cool. '' ,
: ,Y.{?;1J'.e S
or APPLICATION FOR

::i* We have the most competent cooks; the most experienced :y t: TAX nnnu \4 & *
'c'yTrB: ;.+!' s&jft'- '> + &z%&'A<#$ i f
.-.*. help; the most varieties of meats, sea foods, and home-made .t. (Senate Hill Xo. 163) I 7 (4C'q!jftftfVWv'iftfysS:' IM Vrt*:fw/.J''lYl.Jra'< <**VrttSSfyrtt/*t?*&&.J viJfel' & ?<
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pastries. '
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:.$?i::., We use no points, but fresh vegetables from our own garden. '::(: n.No.NOTICE s.72,Bas issued,IS holder HEREBY the of 7th Tax GIVEN.day Certificate of July That, \ Open a savings account.. keep it growing

'i' A. D. 1930, has filed in office
.!. same my
Our Menu Runs in This l\Ianne-r-FulI Course Dinner: ) ':' and has made application for a tax
y deed to be issued thereon. Said certificate -
;:* 1. Bowl of soup, freshly made, new variety daily. '::: embraces the following de- Buy War Bonds & Stamps
.A 2. Dish of salad, new variety daily. .:. scribed property in the County of Hen-I
dry, State of Florida, to-wit:
-* 3. Your choice of ten varieties of meat or fish. 'i' 5 acres square in SE Corner .- --.. .---' -,
:3*.. 4. Your choice of three of five varieties of vegetables. ::: SE'i-NEtt Sec. 30, Twp. 43 S., Rge. -- --- -

-.!. 5. A portion of pudding, fruit dessert or ice cream. .:. 2S E.The .

".*... 6., Coffee, hot tea, or iced. tea. 'i' under assessment the said certificate of the said issued property was
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in the name of E. O Painter & Co.
< Our prices have changed but very little from pre-war days. ;:i;: Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ,
.% .:. according to law, the property I Il1YC
':. Give us a trial and convince yourself. .t.: described therein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the court house dooron
:: :: the first :Monday in the month of
I THE CLEWISTON CAFE August, 114", which is the 2nd day of

v August, 1943. r
:Z: (SEAL) "WILLIAM: T. HULL.
Across the 'i
from
Highway Office.
> Sugar .:
.: Clerk of Circuit Court of

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