The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00954
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 30, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00954
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Classes At :Church


Dr..and Mrs. E. P. Downey of. Fort ----

i EXERCISES HERECourse Sunday Lauderdale afternoon will arrive to remain in Clewiston through I CITY COMMISSIONE. City To Parents Are-Notified By(

the month of August, Dr. Downey War
at serving as supply minister at the E. Kelly, J. A. McGehee, W. C.
Training graduated School Num- Community Church during that time. Owen and C. E. Miner have quali- I Tuesday
r British Flying Both Dr. and Mrs. Downey will
Commanding fied as candidates for city com- Sale of lots in
ber 5 Thursday, with -'
teach a course particularly plannedfor missioners in the election to be held ton
Officer George Greaves presenting leaders, including parents; of on' which ? Lieutenant G. Morris Ford, Jr., Is
next month to fill three vacancies
;fir:: wings to members of the graduatingclass youths. All will be welcome to at- ou quent, will be safe and a prisoner of war in a German -

Including a percentage of tend these classes 'which will be the commission.Mr. Monday, August 2 internment camp, the War De-
:3 : American Cadets. John Paul Riddle Kelly and McGehee are partment informed his parents, Mr.
given from 5 15 to 6:15 each even- o'clock noon.
of the commission.The .
4 of Miami, president of Riddle- ing ,August 1-6 and August 8-13. present and Mrs. G M., Ford, of Clewistpn; ina
; third member whose term The sale will
;' :;Yi, r McKay School of Aeronautics, which class will be "The telegram received here Tuesday.
Dr. Downey's
diplomas pires at this time is F. Deane Duff, R. :Y. Patterson, ,
field Lieutenant
7.. operates the presented Methods of Teaching" and Mrs. Ford was reported as
4 ? and in addition who has served as city commissionerand A total of 64 city
to each Downey's "The Child's Approach To "missing in action" since June 22,

-' t a gift from the school, billfolds Parents of children ten mayor since Clewiston'was established advertised for when he is presumed to have taken
Religion. and who is not a candi- of taxes, but it is
h which will be
of alligator-skin, latter part in mammoth sweep of British
and under will find the course
reelection.Two of these will be
date for
ic. reminders to the cadets of their very helpful and are invited to at- and American bombers over Eu-

L !!; 'training days in the Everglades. tend. of the candidates will be owners prior to rope, which occurred on that day.

United Kingdom Cadet, G. A. I elected for four :year terms and one The bombing mission was the largestat

: Renvoize, was 'graduated as the best for a two year term. There are five that time in which American

all-round cadet of the class; United members of the commission; the two O.P.A. bombers had taken part and 26 of

4 :Kingdom Cadet, S.: Shaw, was best NEW FORM ,PERMIT highest candidates in the election are our planes failed to return.

k cadet and aviation elected for four year terms and the
school Morris
ground Ford is one of Clewiston'sbest

cadet Bill Cushner was, best flying SIMPLIFIES TIRE third candidate is elected. for a two CHANGE known 'and best-liked young

cadet. The latter is a member of year term. men, and the news of his safety was

S ; the American Air Force and the The present city commission will received with rejoicing by countless

'". former two are RAF cadets. I RATIONING REQUESTThe hold a special meeting Monday to receive ON friends here, who shared wtih his

:/ ,:;:': Each American cadet was presented the candidates petitions which parents a stout faith that he would

-: :' with his wings in the American have been filed and to complete the eventually be found safe.

.: ; :. Air Forces and in addition with the local rationing board will be- details of election plans. The TAMPA red-stamp, July ( Morris is a pilot of two-motored

Y5 .{. ; wings of the Royal Air: Force :which gin today the use of a new simpli- August will be bombers and achieved the ambition

> ':. they are now entitled to wear in fied tire'rationing certificate whichis of many' young men, "wings and a
... /,' addition to their own insignia. The I being distributed by the OPA to COUNTY TO RECEIVE wife same will as pay;) an commission in the Army Air Corps in

.... ,,\, British cadets are, not provided with all boards and which will take the less than'' a year after his enlistment.He .
points a pound
: American wings, but are privilegedto place of three different forms heretofore graduated from Clewiston High
less for
. .' ," wear them if they choose. in use.Besides MONEY TO REPLACE and cooking oils, School in the class of 1939 and had

:.' Following the: presentation of serving' I three purposes, Administration three years at the Citadel, historic

'; f'. wings, a group of graduates gave an the new certificate has been streamlined These ,changes I military'college, in Charleston, S. C.

.. exhibition of formation flying and so that the 'number of entries LOST RACING FUNDSIn August 1 through r He entered as a cadet in the U. S.

: : > aerobatics. 'Later in the afternoon required by the local board, by the Army Air Forces June 16, 1942. He

't; ;:"i": cadets'' participated In athletic events buyer and by the dealer is cut sub- In contrast to received his primary training at

; ', with a'group of U. S. soldiers from stantially. The form is' in three keeping with promises made the changes in Douglas, Georgia; his basic at Gun-

:11: ';; :' :Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, parts, instead of four as previously, county officials more than a year ligible, with the ter Field, Alabama. He was assigned ,
; fined to the fats
: : '(," the events being held at Riddle Field. since the part that the dealer was ago by Governor Holland, and State, to Blytheville! Arkansas, for

, : '. In the swimming meet, Morrison required to tear off and return to The 'two-point advanced training and received his

Field won 25 points to 16. A wa- Local board has been eliminated.The Comptroller' Lee, the full allotment value of 'butter, I I commission upon graduation thereon

' ter polo m'aicw- s 'won by Riddle 1 form will take the place of of state aid promised each county ration cost of this i March 25th.Following ,

- ;, Field, 4 to. 0. Morrison. Field. also : the present rationing certificate under the racing laws will be made per pound, is graduation Lt. Ford

-: won a tennis match'' which was the I Ia which is issued :to consumers, by local available, Comptroller J. M. Lee has by the cut of 'was sent* to Casper, Wyoming, for

,It.""_ '''''. last,'event.of ..tk, ;. .ayv." S r_". ___ 1'- :boards forfes# { .tubes_$pd truck advised officials of this county. TheComptroller's' shortening, salad; special- training" :on, the?, type of- plane,
announcement carries No is ibd!: "
dealers change
:, tire recapping, and to for
\ ...' '. he was to flv'and; afterwards' was
allotments of initial stocks. It will added assurance! with his'statement margarine, which ,-
School Board To Set sent .directly overseas and based in
also supplant a form issued for that statevarrants, for $10,000- July figure of ,four England. '

purchase, of emergency reserves of more than half the ,,$19,000 deficit The point
Opening Date of,School Lt. Ford is the second Clewiston
tires and tubes by 'operators of essential now pending' on the' year ending types of meat
Sept. 30-will reach the counties be- boy: to become a prisoner of war. Lt.
long-haul vehicles, and a August as during '
Edwin O. Ward is also interned in
form used to allot material to tire fore this week closes. Plates, 'jowls, and
The county board of public Instruction Germany, having been captured in
The Comptroller's announcementgood cuts which are
': ? ., at its August meeting, to the Tunisian campaign. His family
-, news to county commissioners lard reduced
-- '' beheld, in LaBelle next week 'will set receive letters from him with fair
"O' Renewals and school boards alikemeansit '
and : flect the one point
tir- the date for the opening of school. | regularity and from them it is judged '.
renewal\ rules will ,not be necessary for countiesto Pigs feet (fresh
New "B": and -'C"
The board members are agreed that that prisoners in German camps
state that holders of, "B" and "C" raise $30,000 to $40,000 by local pork backbones 1'c
,.: school will open on either the 6th or are being treated with the consideration -
millage that 1943-44 budgets
levy and free ,
z 13th of September, but have not de- supplemental rations for passengercars point agreed 'upon between nations
can be made up by county of- of the u l
and "E" and "R" nonhighwayuses cause Geneva
cided between the two dates. and encompassed in the Convention -
ficials with full assurance' that they of these pork
no longer are required to', apply .
r* ; Contracts for, teaching in the elementary -
for renewal of their ration at the can,anticipate the maximum state' aid ernment agencies

grades of the Clewiston date specified on the cover (,the from racing and allied tax laws. August blue

r.; school have been signed by :Mrs.' H.a' coupon book. Holders of these sup- Whatever the war's effect ''on rac- until September Tampa To Launch
4a: B. :Magill, who will teach the sixth .
; plemental rations may continue using ing the state assures counties of suf- September stamps '

grade and, Mrs. Roger M. Weeks, their stamps until they are ex- ficient state aid from other sourcesi I This will not Large Ship Aug. 1TAMPA
who will teach the, third grade. There I
haused, unless there is a change in i i to make up any shortage in the full I processed fruits
; still exists a few vacancies in the I
; the purpose and uses to which the race track allotment. I can be bought by
high school, but the board is hopeful July 28FNS). Following -
vehicle was put at the time the "The commissioners have kept may make it
,, : of having all filled before the opening the
on the heels of triple
stamps )were issued. The erstwhile h faith'with the taxpayers these past! to select the
;;4 of school., launching of concrete ships by, the
expiration period Is now the ,earliest two years under the Governor's tax wish to use the

{ Rf date at which renewal may be program" Comptroller Lee told the overlap, of one McCloskey Shipyards at Hooker'sPoint

Plans for Installment made. Persons who run out 'of newspapers in Tallahassee, "And the next month the Navy announced that Au-
,:1- _, stamps prior to the renewal date are the state intends to keep faith with Point values of ,

: Buying Urged Now in danger of going without. the counties so ,that the 'tax relief many frozen the launching of another large shipat

Bicycle Tires and Tubes brought by the Holland program is will, rise August the yards of the Tampa Ship-

'? continued the coming year." the changes were building Company, the USS Mazama,
Bicycle Ures'and tubes have been
:: JACKSONVILLE, July 28 an ammunition carrier, which will
"The best to tax of any month
given dollarsandcentstop legal way encourage
(F Congressman Emory Price ; \ started be christened by the wife of Captain
tax rationing
payments is to keep levies low,
strongly urges that we set up machinery (Continued on Page 4) Eddie Rickenbacker who will fly to
he concluded "and have outstanding
we Many
now that will permit installment Tampa, for the ceremony. The shipis
evidence' of this truth in
buying of automobiles, radios, Eight Scouts Leave relieve the help named for Mount Mazama, site of
the fact that tax collections for the ing people to
electrical equipment and other things Crater Lake in Oregon.
1942 tax roll-now being closed in and the American
for delivery after the war.
For Camping TripA the various counties is breaking all sociation reports
Price would have the government: O'Brien Loses FingersIn
records. Some counties have collected have set up a
issue what he terms "recovery
1'00 per cent of the real estate workers on part
"bonds" which would have a maturity group of eight Boy Scouts from Industrial Accident
5- roll and, many are 99 % or betteran work in defense
5 value of $5, $25 and $50, and would Clewiston: ,, Troop left Thursday afternoon unprecedented achievement In ian jobs.State -

: be sold generally, in the same manner by train for the Scout camp "
Florida tax history. J. B. O'Brien, who moved to
.' .,I as. war'savings bonds. at Camp Flaming Isle, near Auburn- ,
Clewiston more than a year ago, suffered -
These bonds would be, used for dale. Included in the group were
of the
the loss of
the purchase of manufactured products Charles Benbow, Billy Toulis, ,An- U. S. Engineers I
Cashed In fingers of his left ,hand in an accident -
, I. ;. for delivery after the war and thony Toulis, Stanley Wright, Dan- which occurred while he 'was
-, would give industry a definite postwar ny Martin, Emery Campbell Ran- / I employed at the sugar house there
dall Chastain and Clifford warrants
outlet for their goods and a Beatty. State Tuesday.

tangible basis for which to make The group was met at Auburndaleby most folks-must +
The U. S. Engineer Department is Portions of the index and second
plans for resuming production the Scoutmaster of the Auburn- six months from
finger of left hand were cut off
Price has incorporated his ideasin dale troop, who accompanied" themto recruiting crews :;for diesel tug boat turned In to the in the accident.girls Mr. O'Brien is em-

a bill which he expects to intro- camp. operation. The employment will issue under the
the sugar
-S duce when congress, reconvenes. Another' group plans to leave next range from one' to four months du- law passed by the ployed as carpenter at
week to stay at the camp for the remainder -II ration., State Comptroller -

Kiwanis Club Met On of the camping period. 'I The different' classifications of State Treasurer, MOVES DWELLING HEHE

personnel needed are masters, advised banks

mates, engineers,. ,assistant engineers, 1 no state
Minister To Visit
Wednesday At Inn Davis has moveda
oilers, deckhands, and cooks. Li- the State Mrs. Mary Hayes
with and within sizeable frame dwelling which she
beral contracts high pay presented
-- Community ChurchDr. in LaBelle, from Mr. and
; The meeting of the Kiwanis Club allowances will ar'e be offered interested.qualified For limitation, provided I Mrs O. J.',Jackson and has placedIt

at the Inn on Wednesday evening persons who Many persons in Block 362.
Sagamore Avenue
was given over to a business session, C. G. Johnstone, of the Central further information, contact the U. from the state on '

when reports from the various chairmen Presbyterian Church in Miami, will S,. ''Engineer Office at Clewiston or pensions have The house will be repainted ,and
Florida the U S. Engineer Of- will be for rent when repair work on
were given.Excellent again fill the pulpit at the Community or not cashing the
Palm It is completed. It Is understood
fice, Morrison West
reports, particularlyfrom Church Sunday morning. Dr. and as the small
that Mrs. Davis will move a
the underprivileged child committee Johnstone, who is chairman of the Beach, Florida. keeping problems old
house which she owns near the
indicate that the club is committee of national missions for practice has
keeping abreast of its aims in this the Southeast Presbytery, has preached Grape seeds yield an oil for textile state. So the picture show' building house.a.nd' place
3'*>ar's work. at the local church recently. and leather finishing. stop it. the




Gems of Thought I Gallant Was lie Word' of

Englishman to His QueenA ,

WITHOUT truth courage, and with- Furious Tank Battles Rage in RussiaAs Incident pendant of Queen to the Elizabeth historic'cloak and
out truth there can be no other
virtue.-Sir Walter Scott.Life's Sir Walter Raleigh is surely sup-
Nazis Seek to Encircle Red Army; plied in this story, told by Arthur
uncertainties give us a Croxton
new hold upon the everlasting. Increased Two Billion the London, many years manager of
Farm Income by ; ;wNUSer i Coliseum music hall
-M. G. Pearse. (in his reminiscences) :

1 know not where His islands lift Allied Victories Threaten Jap BasesEDITOR'S Notes of a City Slicker: The courtly mayor of a small
Their fronded palms in air; town in the Midlands
I only know I cannot drift Margaret Bourke-White, just back r of England
Beyond His love and care. from taking pictures of world had the honor of dancing, at some
eolnmns, they are those of
( NOTE: When opinions are expressed these public ceremonial
JTHITTIER. Western Newspaper Union' news analysts and not necessarily of this newspaper.. ) famous statesmen, was showing her with Queen Al

Education ought to developthe _______ __ Released by Western Newspaper Union. long line of short-snorters Sev- exandra-then princess of Wales.
immortal differences in eral were autographed by Eisenhower -' She smilingly warned him that she

people. Too often it merely Marshall, Churchill and others, had just had measles in her house-
irons them out.-Bruce Barton. but the one that held the eye 'was a hold, and that she"hoped that she

The great man is the man M bill inscribed, she said, by people would not give him the disease.

who does a thing for' the first % '/' >jy 1($ with whom she had been torpedoed Bowing low, the mayor answered.
time.-Alexander Smith. : "Huh?" you huh. "Your royal highness, I should
I / "Oh," says Margaret, "you'd be be happy to take anything fromso

I I' ,y. :a t, surprised at the people you meet charming a source."

nowadays, who have been torpedoed -

it true that a soldier is always 1 : La White was on a ship that sankin

hungry? the Mediterranean A
Yes-up to a point. But the Quarter- DEPARTMENTFEATHERS
master Department has found that ship, it appears, including about 200
some soldiers, particularly new recruits British women returning to Eng-
actually; don't eat enough. land from the Colonies '. All were WANTED
The Army mess table is exactly
like a football team's training table. saved by British warships.
The food served there is carefully The 200 women salvaged nothing FEATH ERS OLD Ydcea or*NEW-WANTED.1 Years Satisfactory Top
planned to aid in the physical devel- but their lipsticks! Dealing.Ship Exprett or Write
opment of the soldier. And the Army vt PILLOW MFG.CO..2219 Cole Street.St Louis.Mo.
has discovered certain little ways to 'yti
increase Johnny Doughboy's appetite.The ( Nr> r Joey Adams forwards the one
Army has found it can add to a about the French peasant in occu- Double Knockouts
soldier's enjoyment of his food-and pied territory, whose home had been
Of the
therefore increase his consumption of seven professional American
all those carefully prepared vitamins, For meritorious work as commander and military governor of the ransacked by the Nazis It is prize fights that ended in' a
minerals, and proteins-if he is allowed Territory of Hawaii during the critical period after.Pearl Harbor, Lieut.- not humor. It is grim stuff brought double knockout, the last occurred
to smoke during meals. Meas- here by escaped refugees The
ured tests run by the Quartermaster's Gen. Delos Emmons (extreme right) receives Distinguished Service, famished during the welterweight bout be-
Department show that food consumption medal from Secretary of War Henry Stimson (at extreme left). Brig.-Gen man caught a tiny fish and tween Pat Kissinger and Al Dor-
actually increased by 5% when raced home with it "Here!" lac in Memorial
H. B. Lewis (center) attended the ceremonies. Hall in Kansas
soldiers were permitted to smoke cigarettes he said to his wife, "at last we can City
on April 7
1941, Collier's.
at the mess table. eat!" "But. how will we cookit says -
"Smokes," of course, play a prom- RUSSIA: FARM INCOME : ?" she asked. In the third round, both
inent of the life "They took our coal
part in many phases boys landed knockout blows simul-
of a soldier. Whenever you see a Blitz Again Up by 2 Billion and wood, our matches and even the taneously and went down
news photo of soldiers at ease, you'reapt stove!" .. The peasant took the '' together
to see them enjoying a cigarette. Seeking to wipe out the big Rus- Bolstered by a 36 per cent in- fish to the lake, tossed it back and for the count of ten.

Particularly overseas, cigarettes-real among American American troops sian bulge on the central front, 500- crease from marketing, farm income stood watching it wiggle back to life

cigarettes-are highly prized and almost 000 German soldiers continued their for the first five months of Suddenly the fish gave the D with its heat rash misery.
never present in sufficient attacks at both ends of the bulge, 1943 was up two billion dollars over Nazi-Vichy salute and yelled: "Viva Ira T Sprinkle on Mexsana,forTHE -
quantities. with the objective of encircling the last year. merlyMexicanHeatpowder.
What kind of cigarettes do Uncle Laval! Ii n Costs little
l' and
Total income amounted to $6,788- you
huge Red from the rear.
army Bft
Sam's fighting men prefer? Well savo lots in larger sizes.
records show that the favorite cigar- At the southern extremity of the 000,000. Of this, $6,412,000,000 was Fort Custer's
ette is,Camel. That is true not only i bulge near Belgorod, the Reds ad- gotten from marketing, while $376- company commander -
with'men in the Army, but with Sail- 000,000 obtained in government ironically enough, is a fullblooded : -
Nazis had scored was
mitted that the .
ors, Marines, and Coast Guardsmenas I Indian March of Time's latest -
well. Sales records from the serv- early gains According to the Rus- payments. "Inside Fascist "
Spain makes
ice men's own stores-Post Exchange sians, the Germans were backing up The big increase from marketingwas ,
Sales Commissaries, Ship's their forces with masses of tanks attributed to the larger returns audiences wonder why the St teDep't h < ,
Service Stores. Ship's Stores, and plays ball with Franco :
Canteens-show that Camels are first and airplanes. In action was a new from oil-bearing crops, tobacco, James Cromwell's business
new :
with men in all branches of the serv- tank, bigger than the 60 ton poultry and eggs. Substantial gains
"De-inking" all the r1,
used at. !
ice.Further Mark VI.From also were reported for all commodity paper rq i Nbh
proof that Uncle Sam's the Pentagon Bldg., Washington...
fighting men like their smokes is dispatches, the battle as- groups. Secret papers no longer are burned,
given in the service man's preferencein sumed the old lines of German blitz- The nation's heavy year-round demand but de-inked .
gifts from home-it's a carton of kreig. The Nazis concentrated their for food was reflected in fig- Permission for
his favorite brand of cigarettes. To- Kate Smith to sing "God Bless }
ures which showed that the increasein %
bacco dealers, recognizing that Cam- strength at certain points then America" in "This Is the Army"
els are the favorite among servicemen threw their whole weight against income from April to May was cost ;Warners' $10,000 The Boy
are equipped td help you in them. As their forces streamed less than seasonal. Small increases
properly wrapping, addressing, and and Girl Scouts get that song's royal-
'the Russians moved to resulted from marketing of vegetables -
stamping your gift of Camels to the through, ties, $113,000 to dater
man in the service.-Adv. pinch off the tanks and infantry and fruits and nuts,and dairy prod ? AV1l
-- :
isolate them from the main armies. ucts, among other crops. to 0ityis de i<
George Lait, the -INS correspondent BIOS. 4ictuseQn +
claimin'g'success the t
MUNITIONS : says there is little love lost between star of the : 1y
said teeth
Germans that the huge bulge
King Farouk of Egypt and the Ytb pde'
still 85 miles the west.
extended to Need Great Quantities Calox q'oot
CONSTIPATIONSLOW British High Commissioner .

CONGRESS : I Gigantic battles are in prospect They needle each other often POWDER

YOU UP Ii and equally gigantic quantities of One day the Commissioner remarked ,,7. C ,O III- .
O When bowels are sluggish and you Adjourns for Recess materials will be needed to achievethe to the King that a man vsoGf.eoo4c+,'w''Yrww

(do feel-irritable cbew FEEN-A-MINT, headachy, do, the as millions Capping its hectic deliberationswith victory, but the U. S. and Can-, hasn't proved his mettle until he has

chewing-gum laxative. Simply modern chew an agreement to give President ada are equal to the task of supply- shot a lion Farouk proceededto Acid

FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed, Roosevelt a free hand in reducing ing the Allied forces, Donald Nelson the Cairo zoo and shot seven! IndigestionRefieved
taking only in accordance with package said in an address to the Canadian
retail food costs through subsidies
directions-sleep without in 5 minutes or double money back
turbed. Next being dis- the 78th congress recessed for a club. New York Heartbeat: When excess stomach acid causes: painful.Buf foeatmggzf -
: morning gentle
thorough BOOT stomach and heartburn,doctors usually
relief, helping you feel swell again. Try summer vacation.The Since the outbreak of the war, Sallies in Our Alley: Confrere prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known for

FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is.handy session saw. passage of nota- Nelson said, the two countries have Skolsky, as all Hollywood knows, No c laxative relief i -medicines Bell-ans like brings those comfort in Belloneabets. In a
and economical.A generous family supply turned out 115,000 airplanes and be- iffy or doable your money tmdt 4Nl return of bottle
ble legislation. For the first time, is a furious hypochondriac. His x>03.Lie at all druggists.
iFEEN-A-MINT costs only taxpayers were put on a current fore the end of the year, our capacity pockets bulge with medicines ,at all

basis with the enactment of pay-as- will be 112,000 annually. times As he walked past a /""To relieve distress of MONTHLY'S

you-go legislation. Approximately More than 175,000 ,large caliber drug store the other day, Arthur

130 billion dollars was appropriated.The guns have been made, he contin- Murray said: "Don't you want to Female WeaknessWHICH

-Buy War Savings Bonds- administration's authority to ued, and more than 1,500,000 ma- go in?" "Nh-nh," nh-nh'd the

r make lend-lease and reciprocaltrade chine guns and 6,000,000 rifles have colyumist, "I don't need anything" MAKES YOU CRANKY NERVOUS!

agreements was renewed, and been produced. About 25 billion "I know," was the reply, "but ,

permission was given for use of 2 rounds of small arms ammunition- maybe the druggist does!" Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com-

billion dollars to stabilize foreign 1,500 bullets to each Axis soldier- Lucy Monroe counsels: Three waysto pound periodic has helped pain,thousands backache to head-relieve -

currencies. have been manufactured.Close avoid criticism: "Say nothing.Do ache with weak, nervous, cranky,

President Roosevelt's limitation of .to 6,000 tanks, more than nothing. 'Be nothing!" blue feelings due to functional
monthly disturbances. This Is due
1 wartime salaries to $25,000 was re 1,600,000 trucks and nearly 70,000 to Its soothing effect on one of
pealed. Spurred by the walkout of :scout and combat cars have rolledoff Midtown Vignette: Groucho Marx WOMAN'S MOST IMPORTANT ORGANS.

the nation's coal miners, anti-strike the assembly line of the two tells it. Happened, he says, to a Taken regularly-Plnkham's Com-

legislation was passed over 'a presi- nations, Nelson revealed. About 20 pal who wanted a pair of bowling pound against helps such annoying build up symptoms.resistance

dential veto. Although both houses million tons of merchant shipping' shoes-but was reluctant to surren- Follow label directions.Worth trying IWNU

took favorable action on the Com- have left the ways, and production der his ration coupon He wentto

modity Credit corporation and agricultural has now reached the rate of 22 million a sporting goods shop where he

department bills, they tons annually.MEDITERRANEAN. told the owner: "Your brother saidI

killed a senate proposal to raise the could buy a pair,of bowling shoes

t v ceiling on corn to $1.40, and also :. here without a coupon" The :: !
I voted to abolish insurance. boss nodded and sold him the shoes
crop Europe Tense F
I As the patron started to go, he s U ''of dry eceml.Quck
PACIFIC ADVANCE : Allied air action at both ends of said: "Now that I've got 'em, I got- from the fiery itch fonows the use 01

the Mediterranean and large con- ta confess your brother didn't send lingering

-; On 700 Mile FrontThe centrations of Allied shipping in me in" '. "That's all right," the ; RESINOl

languorous: islands of the North Africa have heightened the owner said, patting the chap on the

'. The BALD-HEAD SERVICE Southwest Pacific know peace no tension in the Axis' European for- shoulder, "don't worry about it, boy.I .
METHOD more. tress. ain't got any brother." 7 -43
means employed by
an alert and devoted wife,js to Along a great arc of 700 miles, The Germans were chiefly con- .
sight a menacing fly snoozing on Gen. Douglas MacArthur's offensive cerned with Allied activity in the Broadway Tinsel: Ingrid Bergmanwill

husband's bald head, take off her continues to rage, with American Near East. They interpreted frequent be the third star to be honored o

shoe and wham away at the pierc- troops menacing the Jap air base of flights of Allied bombers and with a Time cover. Rita Hayworthwas l1 g

ing'insect. Result: the fly is gone, Munda in the Solomons, and Allied reconnaissance planes over the first A sign outside the .
so are'hubby's: glasses, false teeth pressing against Salamaua in Los Angeles Marriage License Bureau
and sensibilities. A better is toIALEFoT troops Aegean islands as preparation fora And Your Strength and
way New Guinea from three sides. big push against the Grecian main- : "Think! Is It Cupid or Con-
Is Below ParIt
t'ati Trapped in the narrow Kula gulf land. American fliers have raided scription?" Energy
: may be caused by disorder! of kid-
eight Japanese warships were reported Axis air bases near Athens, and ney function that permits poisonous

sunk, sent to the bottom bya British Commandos landed on the Sounds in the Night: At the Hur- people waste to feel accumulate.tired, weak For and truly miserable many

thunderous broadside from U. S. main Aegean island of Crete to ricane: "Her husband doesn't talk when the kidneys fail to remove excess
in his acids and other waste matter from the
naval vessels. probe: enemy defenses and strike at I sleep-he just grins" blood.

By making two landings on New an airfield.In I At La Conga: "The same flattery You\ may suffer nagging!: backache! ,
that turns head will later turn rheumatic pains, headaches, dizziness, f
Georgia island American Africa the Allies
North your
; troops were
It is the old reliable that never fails. retting up nights leg pains, swelling. I
Always economical to and closed in on Munda from the north said to have massed over' 1,000,000tons your middle" 1 In the Mayan: Sometimes frequent and scanty urination -
use not
rationed. For sale at drug and and east. Finished by the Japs last of shipping, heavily shepherded "She fell for him hook, line and bank with sign that smarting something and burning is wrong is with another ..

grocery stores.THETAHGLEFOOTCO.. December, this air base would give by battleships, cruisers and aircraft account" At LaMartinique: the kidneys or bladder.
Allied fighters and bombers a spring- carriers. Hundreds of Allied planes "His favorite exercise is taking treatment There should Is "'he',ser no than doubt neglect.that prompt Use

board for attacking the great enemy have been assembled for attack. bows" At the Famous Door: Doan'a Pill It ia better to rely on a

,naval'and airplane center of Rabaul i American and British bombers "He has that typical B'way look- medicine than that on has something won countrywide less favorably approval -

.' between the Solomons and New continued to pound Sicilian air- green with envy!" ]novn.: Doan'a have been tried and test-.
2S ed Are at all.drug store
many years.
Guinea. dromes. Appearance of Axis fighter Get Doan today. I
L ., ? )J Strafed and bombed by Allied air- planes in force indicates that the Manhattan Murals: The Chinese 1 ,
.o wy
Srznd Rapids, Mich. ,- 7Uar men, Jap troops gave ground before enemy intends to challenge the copy girl in the AP news room II 9f ,
ondr advancing columns in the area Allies' occupation of Italy's neighboring I The undertaker's office advertising: I I

south of Salamaua. islands. I, "Air conditioning." I II



?T 1 A quiz with answers offering ?

ANOTHER Information on various subjects

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I : rj I OR W.EA. ON Questions 8. How many' states were

: named for Presidents?
1. What is the agony column in '

:::: : ; :: ; ? : : ; : : :: ::.YJ:::; :if: an English newspaper The AnswersrPROCESSING

.......... '..1...M.. .. .me. d. .. 1.) !!:; ...........,.. ".... Washington, D. C. 2. What American statesmanWas 1. The personal advert sements.'

JlllltfIIF.III! ; .ili GAS-LESS AUTO ACE the grandson of a king 2. Charles Bonaparte.

t'nik ; An automobile race was staged in 3. What is the score of a for- 3. ,The score is 9 to 0.

Brazil recently which should interest' feited baseball game? 4. California (Spain, 196,000

gas-less,Americans. Thirty-two cars 4. Spain is nearest in size to square miles; California, 158,000).

Pre-Cooking Hot.Water Bath Pressure-Cooker took part, and not one of them useda which of our states? 5. Because the similarity be- .

VEGETABLE Time Minutes Minutes Pounds drop of gasoline. 5. Why is there no company "J"n tween the letter "I" and "J"

Artichokes .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. 3' 180 40 10 charcoal Each car was apparatus equipped with knownas a ; the United States army? cause confusion, so the latter wag

Asparagus .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... 3 180 40 10 burning" producing char- 6. Harsh or discordant sound is dropped.

Beans, lima .. .. .. .. ... .. .... 3, 180 40 10 coal"gasogene whose, combustion takes a the alled what? 6. Cacophony. .:

Beans, string, wax. .. .. .. .. .. 3 180. ,,40 10 gas combustion of 7. Who was the husband of Po- 7. John Rolfe.
place of the gasolinein
Beets :. .. .. .. .... .. .. ... 15 120 40 10 the automobile engine. cahontas? 8. Only one-Washington.
Brussel sprouts .. .. .. .. .. .. 5 120 35 10 have been --
These devices
so successful
Cabbage, carrots .. .. .. ..., 5 120 35 10
Cauliflower, broccoli ... .. :... 4 120 ;35 10 in Brazil that they are being Aborigines of Australia c N BUY ASPIRINthat
the rate of 40'
produced at a day,
Corn .. .. .... .. ........... ... 3-5 210 80 10 selling for about $200 each. Some of Still Live in Crude State can do more for you than St. Joseph

Greens .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... Wilt 180 60 10 Aspirin. Why pay more? World's largest

Peas ...... .. .. .. .. ..... .. ... 3-7 180 60 10 the units are capable of generatinga and seller at lOc. Demand St.Joseph Aspirin.

Spinach .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Wilt 180 60 10 thousand horsepower, are
Tomato juice .. .... .. .. ..... 5 5 used even on the inter-city buses Although the white colonizationof
between Santos and Sao Paulo. Australia began in 1788, the ma- Get Your War Bonds *

Brazil has practically no petroleum jority of its aborigines, still do not To Help Ax the Axis
Vegetable Canning Guide resources of her own. know
] how to cultivate land, make

clothes build shelter other
or a
Non-Acid VegetablesAre
This Week's Menu Everybody knows that bombers than a windbreak, says Collier's.

have long been delivered toEngland These people have always been I

you putting up many greens Tomato Stuffed with Cottage under their own power. But the big looked upon as little more than
and vegetables from your Victory
Cheese problem has been to deliver fighter animals. In fact, up to 40 years
this ? In other years, l
garden year asked after Potato Chips Olives planes, which have had to be taken ago, a settler merely required a *8feaif
the first question we
Rye Bread-Butter Sandwiches apart, crated, then reassembled, on 1
permit to "shoot poison or other-
that, was, do you have a pressure Raspberry Shortcake the other side. "ffifnKellogj'j = FIAVORsI
cooker? wise kill" them at will.
is the Beverage Now, however, a new system has
You see, a pressure
'off been devised whereby U. S. tankersare
desirable method
safest, most
I r putting up vegetables steam'does not hit you when cookeris carrying fighters on deck-20 to .
each them
S Jf which are opened. Set jars on several thick- tanker-and setting downa

; lTJflTTh non acid. The ness of cloth or paper, and let cool, few days later in England.

I II(I I'' reason: In most without inverting. The War Shipping administrationis Saves
the "cleaned
:- soil there is a Hot Water Bath. army
'h.n i .:>f fighters" by this method of de-
deadly germ A large, deep vessel with a tight-
livery, and is rapidly building
; called Botulinus ''
In i fitting cover is best' for making this
the strength of the Eighth Air
::: which attaches itself of Use kettle
type canner. a big a
Forces command which is battering
A to vegetablesin lard can, a deep well cooker with

the non-acid', class, to which mostof galvanized wire or rack at the bot- Germany.Note .
: PT boats are also being
them belong. Mr. Botulinus is tom of it to hold the jars one-half
delivered to England on the decksof theDay"II
> hard to destroy except by extreme inch from the bottom of the canner.
heat-which the pressure cookercan Before putting jars in canner, have *<

give as most vegetables are water boiling briskly. If the jars
processed at an above-boiling point, lower, the temperature and it stops

240 degrees Fahrenheit.Let boiling when they're submerged, do diplomats' grapevine reports Ne
that the German food supply is run- s '
me go on 'record as sayinguse not count processing time until the is
ning low. A new cut has been madein
the pressure cooker if you pos- water boils.
the meat'r _tion. This, coming at ak as
sibly can. your being It's especially important to make ('a time when the greatest muscle ;
able to buy one are slim, but per- certain there's plenty of water in
must be exerted in defense of the
haps there's a neighbor or friend or the boiling water bath. There shouldbe
Vaterland, is expected to be a severe -
a local canning center which will enough to come two inches above
blow to German morale. W .O
give you the means of having one. the jars. If water boils out during Uti
The basic ration of meat for nor-
If it's absolutely impossible to ,ob- add
processing, some boiling water
mal uses was 400 grams at this time
cooker do non-acid
a pressure from a teakettle on the'range..
vegetables by the boiling water Procedure. last year. But now the ration has
been cut to 250 grams-which is
bath. It takes much longer: to proc- Use the table-given at the head:of .
about half a pound per week, including .
but don't
ess the'vegetabl s, skimpa this column for guiding in
you pre-
fat and bone. An effort is being
minute of it, if you would be cooking and processing vegetables.The made to compensate this reductionby
ideal way of proceeding ,with
Processing Foods the substitution of cheese and

Processing times have been care- your canning is as follows: groats (hulled and 'crushed oats and

First, before you even start can- wheat). During the winter, however -
fully tested and cannot be short-
ning, get jars ready by washing
it was reduced to 300 In
ened. Follow them to the letter to them in hot
results. Processing be soapy the spring the cut was partially re-
get may suds and scalding =
done in various ways, and it is im- stored, when the ration, was movedup J:::n -
them. Check for ; '
Corn Flakes are re ::;+
portant to select the one best suited nicks, cracks and to 350 grams, recognizing the stored to WHOLE CRAIN HI. {"' :;,

to the food you are putting up. necessity of more ''nourishment with TIITIVE VALUES of Thiamin
A cooker gives the sharp edges on the coming of the season of greater (Vitamin Bi).Niacin and Iron.V .
pressure you jars, to see that .u.
greatest degree of safety'in canning military activity. 1o.'I'X'
they are perfect. .,
non-acid vegetables for it permitsthe Prepare jars \
greatest degree'of heat to penetrate ahead of time

the jar and thus destroy and invert themon American soldiers who spent vv -xr i ;
botulinus. To use the pressure several thick- dreary winters tracking through the 4 Mvw tv.4vXsv.vt*> J &

cooker the product Arctic forest to build the Alcan :
prepare pre- nesses of clean towel near your ft pS "*
cook it and pack carefully in ster- highway to Alaska frequently saw cO I'
stove so that you have them on hand \1 tl 1''' I'I
ilized jars. Adjust cap. Prepare when canning. the sparkle of gold in the stream ".1
pressure cooker by pouring ,hot Prepare vegetables by washing beds, and wanted to stake out claimsfor EN,...'" m*

water into the bottom of,the cookerup peacetime development. They 1t\ say.
thoroughly and
thencutting or pre- \N they bonbat\\1
to the 'level of,, the rack. Place were not allowed to do so. of a
paring for table. Precook :
as ac- ;' turret tt ti
filled jars on rack, allowing for suf- Now, however, civilian construc- I top ...
cording to table. Pack in sterile { I.o.. the 1t : ',hj,,
\ tion crews 'are coming along the pOt" ta
ficient circulation of water around 1
and for {: stop :
jars process required time. fot %
pS" ....
trail and LOWE" 1\1
same are staking out 1
them. Be sure jars do not touch. Set jars to cool; after processingon J "f f. .. \%
claims ""puR
Place for the gold which U. S. soldiers -
top on pressure cooker and several thicknesses of towel or 'i Up ::1
clamp on tightly. Leave pet cock could not.touch. 1+ n.... in
from drafts. Let .: II OmeheYe en t
newspaper away \
open 7-10 minutes to exhaust all Boys from almost every state :h': uP for .....,. with tGAc ',::
": ,
cool for 24 hours. If using a self- :': :$' "", A I I .lfU :
steam, in cooker, otherwise will were sent to Alaska on that pioneering :{y ':::
sealing lid with screw band, re- I n the favotcIvtCC
not get correct pressure. After all move screw band and use it job-cutting a road through tall m1% ;'.. fot : : 1
'4 timber
steam is exhausted close where none but Indians had '
petcockand ,
again. Test the jars by tapping the .
let pressure mount to desired de- passed before. They worked from

gree, then turn down heat, and gently on lid. If you get a high Dawson Creek, in Alberta, to Fair- \ '
note the is
ringing jar sealed and
maintain pressure exactly or liquid may be stored. < banks, Alaska, but the place ,where I : El

will be drained from jars if pressureis Reasons for Spoilage. they saw the gleaming gold was in :; :

allowed to fluctuate. the Yukon, near Whitehorse.At ,
Spoilage 'reasons and
When time is first, there was little time to
up, re- be traced : .n
may to any part of the :
move cooker from heat, let pressure think about private projects, for one Aj FIRST
canning procedure. Sometimes it is
reach zero, then remove lid, so battalion was racing against anotherto
easier to avoid failures if know Iii
you d
complete its 20-mile stretch of IN THE SERVICE
what causes certain types of spoil-
highway. But when a lull came in
age. the work the asked I
men permis-
Lynn Says: If fruit or vegetables are over- sion to try their luck at panning '? :. j The favorite cigarette & ,

What to Do: Make rationing ripe, sterilization is difficult as bacteria gold. The officers, however, ruled 'N S, with men in the Navy, s ,;... 4

work by using fresh fruits and may have this out.Another. tn Army, Marines, and

vegetables for canned whenever e. developed to a season has rolled around, :}i.Y; Coast Guard is CameL ..t..... .
which y
degree it ;
possible. To save money, use and things have changed. The pio- :XW,. (Based on actual sales
is not possible to 0: ">=
seasonal produce generously.In neer road is being replaced by a Wi< records in Post Ex .

main dishes that call for' tomatoes arrest. Use in only permanent highway, built by big :WM ChangesandCanteens.) '
tomato juice fresh produce prime construction Elliott
or use companies- Con-,

tomatoes when in season, put up condition as you struction Co., and Becketel, Price I 4,
home canned food.or substitute get out of your and Callahan. ; \
jars what you put
brown gravy; These companies have mining en-
in them. :;>'i:'>: I CAMELS
Save and store excess water fir 'v9 gineers attached to the construction :at$

,I, from vegetables in a covered con- Washing all gangs, and they are not bound by AHAVE WHAT IT TAKES '
and fruits ;
tainer vegetables Before, work-
and use for flavoring soups, military discipline.Note .
ing will get rid of bacteria which "
stews and gravies. in the soil. : Finally the army has mod fOR STEADY PLEASURE ; '
cling ,
Omit chili sauce and catsup in ified its regulations to permit a little ;

i f. recipes unless you have the home- Unclean jars can work havoc with amateur gold panning by soldiers in PLENTY OF FLAVOR AND

canned variety. Chopped green your canning effort. Best remedyfor Alaska, for recreational
pepper and ,relishes add pep to this is washing jars thoroughlyin This activity will be in the same EXTRA MILDNESSNDUSENOLD i't
salads and sandwich with- clean soapy suds, and then scald-
fillings class with fishing, to give the sol-
out taking ration points. ing, and laying the ,jars inverted on diers sport in their spare time. 1tfr.
, .
several thicknesses of clean
Cooked dressings or sour cream *

dressings will help save your us- until ready to use. Washington wives with backs ach-

ing too much oil for salad. dress- ing from work in their Victory '
// you have a canning problem, write to gar- ;'r.
ings. Miss Lynn Chambers, Western Newspaper dens wish they had top sergeants to, .
Save every ounce of extra fat Union, 210 South Desplaincs Street, Chicago hoe their gardens as do the wivesof

'j i from meat. Use it for baking or Ill. Please enclose a stamped, self. high-ranking army officers at Ft

; frying, or give it to the butcher. addressed envelope for your reply. Myer across the Potomac.

Released by Western Newspaper Union.


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Clewiston News and will pay handsome dividends. the Croix de Guerre. Rep. Ham Navy photographers film the action --If you did \not get a No. 3 book,

The During the past two years we have I Fish served in the World War and for' use in training beginners in wait until Aug\ 1 then take it up-

entertained many service men in our was awarded the silver star and the proper diving technique.. Officialssay with the rationing board.

Friday In Clewlstor, home. Today many of these chapsare French Croix de Guerre for gallantry.One this form of instruction is ex-

Florida Published, by;every the CLEWISTON NEWS, in foreign service and we hear member, who served in World tremely helpful for acquainting beginners SUGAR

1 DC- from them frequently. Some who War No. 1 and World War No.2, with underwater wrok. Good nOw-coupon No. 13 valid'

griped the most about Florida now Rep. Maas, has been decorated in through Aug. 15 for five pounds. .
BOAVDEX, Editor back and talk of the this Rep. Leroy Johnson -
wish they were participated Possible' Increase Stamps 15 and 16 in book No. 1 ,,:
pleasures they found here, the de- in the St. Mihiel and good for 5 pounds for' canning.. \

I lightful climate-and it is my guess Argonne drives and received the In School .
that every gone of them will drift silver star medal. Rep. Kean was Budget
second class! mail matte OIL '
February Entered as 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In back sooner or later when the opportunity awarded both silver star medal and ---.;.. Period 1 coupons of new 'ration "

Cle-wiston, Florida. under the Act of affords. distinguished service cross. Rep. There will be a public meeting valid for 10 gallons. .

March 3, 1897.Subseriptlon Another thing, they will be riding Ed W. Izac, of California, was Friday, August 6, at 2 p. m., in the Sept. 30-Coupon No. 5 'of old

about in their own private planes wounded and captured and was a office of County Superintendent C. ration expires. '

Rate $2.00 Per Yenr. after the war much as we learned to prisoner of war in Germany and in E. Weaver for the purpose of ex- Cooking coupon good any time.
LdyertGing in automobiles follow- the World War 1, for'service be-
Raton On Application. travel about plaining and discussing a proposed
ing the last war. It will be only a yond and above the 'call of duty was increase' of more than five per cent

matter of hours for 'a trip to Flor- awarded the Congressional Medal of in the budget for the year'1943-1944
Devoted to the advancement and wel- ida and they'll be coming back and I Honor and was awarded several over the preceding year.
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. bringing others with them. Flor- decorations by \various foreign gov-

ida is destined to be more popular ernments. There were a number of You will find it refreshing to for- llOUiivEs

than ever after the war, you 'can other members of Congress who were
get the war and turmoit'of .
that. decorated for bravery in the -,-World
count on
NATIONAL DITORIAI_ War. The only negro Rep. of Con- ent day and find occasion for renewed -
Get acquainted with: the '
iSSOCIATiNMX gress, Rep. Dawson of Illinois, was a faith and courage between the
treat them kindly, for they are
men, .. .
First Lt. in the 365th Infantry in ...
and covers of this enthralling
going to be our future customers story. By
the AEF. Rep. Clarence Hancock,
prospective citizens.Members I all means read "The Barefoot :Mail M
New York, who has a number of I GREASE IS AN ESSENTIAL
relatives in our district, was cited
of Congress for bravery and awarded the Silver RATIONINGCALENDAR MATERIAL FOR
( ..wwWw%.>-Vt"CMi"I"I.:":"MrTririii ":.:":":":":":.
r ri r r ri r\f r\j i Lr-rxrTrLjxrxni Star.All
Have Seen Service In ,in allr it shows that the mem-

bers of Congress have served in MUNITIONSCLEWISTON '

Late To ClassifyBy Four Great Wars other wars, that every branch of the
armed forces were represented, that OILS
RUSSELL KAY various ranks were reached and that AND CANNED MILK MARKETSCAN
William P. Kennedy, Dean of the Rationed at 16 points a week in
today their loved ones are on every

I'...:..:w N:..:..:N:..:..:..)0:..:N:w N:..:..:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:Yi Capitol Press Galleries, an eminent ,battle front and in all branches of red stamps. NOW HANDLEYOUR : ,
i newspaper man, has compiled data the armed forces-a true cross-set- Good now.-P, Q, R and S expire SALVAGED
the military connections July, 31; T remains valid through
with referened to
Florida "sand" is finding its way tion of Americanism. The study '
into hundreds of thousands of shoes of the members of Congress. made by Kennedy was Interesting. Aug. 31. FATS
Thirty-two Senators have seen service -
that but for the war they would
in the armed forces in four FRUITS AND: VEGETABLES
Service men
from never have state reached.in the union have great wars-the Boer, Spanish-Amer- New Form Permit- Rationed on blue coupons.N DO YOUR PART

visited every Florida and 'countless others ican, World War and this Global P and Q valid through Aug. 7. .

will follow them. War. 165 representatives have seen (Continued from Page 1) R, S and 'T valid Aug. 1 through

Perhaps you have heard many of service.In prices for nearly 100 brands and Sept. 7.

these men in uniform speak in un- the Congress there are men sizes. These new regulations be- ,-

complimentary terms about this who have served in all branches of come effective July 29th and cover SHOES

state. They gripe about the sand, the armed forces and have held sales at all levels from the manufac- I Good now-Stamp No. 18 valid CLEWISTON

the heat, the mosquitoes, the natives ranks from private to Major Gen- turer to the retailers.The through Oct. 31. REALTY
-just about everything is wrong to eral and from seaman to Commander. only exceptions are sales to '

hear most of them tell it. Perhapsyou Sons of four members of Con- federal agencies and sales in which GASOLINE and DEVELOPMENT

have resented this attitude, per- gress and one nephew of a member the price is that for a ,whole bi Good now No. 6 stamp in A

spread have been reported killed or missing cycle. book. CORPORATION
haps you are afraid they!'! will
action. Two members of
that kind of talk wherever they go, in The legal prices to consumers are
children each in RATION BOOK HI
have five
to the detriment of Florida. Congress no higher than the current level "and
Calm your fears. Their reactionis service. Rep. Kelley, a Democrat of affect tire replacements for about

natural and normal when you stopto not Pennsylvania of Massachusetts and RepresentativeBates each have 10,000,000 bicycles estimated in use :..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:.;,.:.'.:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:-:..:..:.
consider it. These chaps are in the United States. ny
with us by choice. They are stuck,I contributed five members of ,their Besides covering' tires, and tubes :
families to the armed forces. A y y'I':
off in camps that afford little in the for bicycles, the new regulationcovers X
way of comfort. They work and son-in-law' of Rep. Bates was killedin rim strips, which are givena

study as they have never worked and action in the Solomons Area anda retail ceiling of 10 cents; and establishes J !

studied before. They miss their child of this son-in-law was born top prices of 25 cents for : ( Let Us

homes and their friends and want to four months after his father's heroic mounting a front tire and 50 cents ; '.;.e ', ,.
lives with the Con-
death and now !
be back with them. for mounting a rear tire. :'

Consider the fact that thousands gressman. You With
Onion Prices f fi.
have servicein \
scattered Several members seen L
Florida are
of boys
The highest legal price shoppers :
throughout the ,country training in two wars, 'some in the Spanish- should pay for dry onions in any .:., ; f y. -,_ ,. .
their time American War, World War No. 1 and -i. _. i ,r
other' states. They spend type of store in the Tampa area is "
some in both World War No. 1 and :: <. :
about Florida and griping "
talking eight cents a pound, the Tampa district "
about everything they find else-. this war. Many would have been of OPA announced this 'week. .;. .' j, !.
but the President ordered -
where. serving now of War and the The acute shortage in onions is ex- :: ,: ;>, 5:
Sooner or later these lads find the Secretary pected to end with light shipments of |. ; WINDOW CARDS I |
of not to call mem-
unit Secretary Navy 'I .
blended in on
themselves some
onions within the next weeks.
: few ''
a foreign shore and .instead of Flor- bers of Congress into active service. ..,< |
idians, New Yorkers, Iowans or Cali- Several members of the House who :: ;

fornians they become "Yanks." No served in World War No. 1 were Naval Divers PerformAt i '', ",

find them- decorated for bravery and Senator i.: IY
matter where they may LETTERHEADS t:
: ,
times in
selves, they don't like it. Their Brooks was wounded 7 action Silver SpringsSILVER .

talk is of "the and decorated 3 times. Rep. '.t ''
thoughts and their ,; ; : I
good old U. S. A." Pat Kearney, of New York, was | v j ENVELOPES ;\ -
decorated by the French Government SPRINGS, July 28 "v
But what about the day when the ?
divers in the role of ? ;
with the Legion of Honor and (FNS-Naval '
war is won and these men return to :- BILLHEADS ..: ,, ',,. .:.
beforean '
been performing )
Miller actors have :
time the Croix de Guerre. Rep. ..
peaceful occupations? For a .t. :
:J' .
recipient underwater camera at Silver "c. I .. J
been the -
of Pennsylvania, has : L -
they will settle down in their home %* M- {
'. ]
community where they will find of two silver star citations and Springs. ..:%. I';' <". .':," :' HANDBILLS ,.I',. ti ; -

countless joys and blessings that '': i : x '
X! ; >
:: :. -i-
they learned to value and appreciate : -'-
because contact with the outside .:. : t;,'.: ';," TICKETSETC. <\ <'' .. .i"

world. THE POCKITBOOK: ',, ,:.."'.:')',,,'," ": ',,':,:'. ,' ";:':;".\-, ,;':"-:;' *::
But older and '> i < c.
as they grow oppor- '" |

I tunity again of presents Florida.itself And, they when will think vacation of KNOWLEDCE TPPS.. :I>. ?//J:,..:: ,.. ::>

time they'll bundle the At low ; : :
comes :':* a price surprisingly ,.
family in the car or plane and tour .!t. .
south again for a look at Jackson- t
rG .| ''-; '."
ville, Tampa, Miami or some other < ,.
OUR :!:
town. They will get a genuine thrillon NAVE'S ::
/ coRSnle I.
this return trip and many will remain |: :
as permanent residents. The FIRST TO 5r I ;;

sand is in their shoes and it ,will 'i MVEA2OOO

bring 'them back.Thousands HORSEPOWER A

of boys training in '' R 16 ENSIME
tropical climes or fighting in the SUPERIOR TO i I: Quality Printing
lor "
South Seas' have learned to eat r, ALL THE MODELS FAMED OF

tropical fruits. Because of, this a =--- JAP ZERO.j A
tremendous after the war I marketis 5: :}

building up for such products, | I. J .
South Florida has almost a monopolyin .

the growing of such fruits in this ;. 57.000NKG, ?
=== Ti9A
country and speedy air transportation X
'- SINCE .;f.: : +
by freighter planes will make it PEARL ," .... --' .|j PHONE 39 .i.'
possible to deliver such perishable HARBOR t ::::
products anywhere in the country in -- I ..nY: :_: S OUR REPRESENTATIVE ::
a few hours. ,, a''' HAVE /lC'NINE 1,000,000I GUnIS4 .;|i .. t ,

about We this in Florida and laying should plans be. thinking to meet I v PRODUCED: /l pp/N05 BILLION OF :;:\: 'WILL CALL TO ASSIST YOU :fA

that demand by the commercial OFR41A1LWT1on1 .! ,I
growing of the Hayden and other / ._: '

improved varieties of mango in -n-lf PIANO 16\ $0 KJAMEP i h: .VI
areas adapted'to their cultivation.The .t.
same goes for Avocados. 17 Ot'6IIAJI'IlEf.PFOP". -i. :._:: LET US ESTIMATE ON : :f
Florida citrus fruit has been serv- (SOFT), FORTE(101.JD)

ed extensively to our armed forces ::_:: YOUR NEXT ORDER :!:

and thousands of men have learned ...-
to like grapefruit and be counted : d I .:.
can ,: ...'
upon to provide a worthwhile t .;..
: .
;: ...
market after the'war. :t. ....
Commissioner' .. ;
Nathan Mayo recently !

published a most attractive I 11 1 1n r TROOfS IN FlPSt CARRIED 12 TMOfS M F1BST CARR 12MOSOFVORl ED ._ :y'::.

descriptive booklet giving interesting / ? AW9OWORLD ?; -.
b WAR I "WART! ,.
Florida facts and information about 14- AMERICAN RAILROADS NANDLFD 2: THE CLEWISTON NEWS.xxx : : :f:
which IT TAKES
I being furnished to .
,6 FIRST 12. ,
// 838 TKOOPS IN THE .. ....
TO 11 MONTHS It.e ,\ .
men ilt the armed services. It is in MONTHS Of THIS WAR-MORE .
-*- A yN ::
form for -
mailing and
thousands of these will be sent home ....+
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eee-.c.e.x..:+x -:-:+x- x-x-x-x <-: : : :
by the boys. It ie excellent publicity .. -. ,. (
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. . . New Books for Juveniles Moon.
Adam. Of The Road Elizabeth.
(Short sketches of books recently Placed In Public LibraryThe Gray.

1 j jR. added to Clewiston Public Library.) Aircraft. Carrier-Lt. .Robert Winsston.

following is a list of new books Q-Boat-Frank. Mason.
Wendell L. Willkie ,for The Little
juveniles which have been recently Prince-Antoine d(

,., H. Crav/ford was a business! In this book \Y..endeJIViJIkie gives:! placed on the shelves of the Saint-Exupery.

visitor. in Fort ',Myers Saturday. a highly personal account of his 4* Our'Boys Clewiston Public Library. In the Juvenile BiographiesSimon
; --2--- meetings with Stalin, Chiang Kai- : group are books suitable for all Kenton-Thomas D. Clark
business visitor General youths, from the small toddlers to Knight of The Wilderness-Shore
B, T.. Frierson was a shek, General Montgomery, *
in Fort :Myers Monday. Chennault and other United ,Nations in theService the 13 ,and 14 year olds: &. Oblinger. .
\ I' leaders. it The Following Juvenile Fiction MacArthur of BataanHelen, '

'3r:: T. M. Weekley of LaBelle was a He tells of his talks with prime Series Nicolay.: .
t\. :". business visitor here Monday. ministers and kings, and with By Florence Crannell Means George Washington Engri ft' ;
' .. ociGsd1 Edgar D'Aulaire.
:. teachers, soldiers,! librarians, factory ; Tangled Waters,
:. .. '. Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis of LaBelle workers, and farmers around, the Shadow Over Wide Ruin, Shuttered Juvenile NonFictionThe
few in Clewiston on -_., .' Windows.The. Burgess Seashore'Book Foe-
: days
: spent a world. or.\r ... _n
:\." .. business the first of the week. Mr. 'Willkie left Mitchell Field on Hardy Buys Series Children-Thornton W. Burgess.

" ':f' __ August 26, 1942, in a Liberator .. .. .. By Franklin W. Dixon
," N:M:N N N N N N..:N N:N: H :N:N:N:N:N: :N:N:N :N:
- ,, #, I' Mr. and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford bomber. Forty-nine days and :31- The Tower Treasure, The Mysteryof Sugar Stamp No. 14 To
and Mr. and Mrs. Harley A. Case 000 miles later he landed at Min A change in address for "Si" Sias Cabin Island, Hunting for Hid-

. ,\ were business visitors in Miami Sat- neapolis. ONE WORLD gives a bring the excellent news that he has den Gold, The Shore Road Mystery, Be Good For 5 Pounds

" urday. personal account of that trip. But, Jseen :stationed, in Miami Si recently The House On the Cliff, The Secret

more important, it demonstrateshow graduated from the Army's postal of The Old Mill, The Missing Chums,

Mrs. W. D. King spent several days the trip dramatically reinforced training school inVest Chester, The Great Airport Mystery.The Sugar coupon No. 14 in ration.
this week in West Palm Beach and parts of Mr. Willkie's own philo- Pennsylvania. No other assignment Bobbsey 'Twins Series I book 1 will be' good for five poundsof

: is expected to return to Clewiston sophy. could have been so welcome, and By Laura Lee Hope sugar through October, the Officeof

:, today., we hope it sticks. The Bobbsey Twins At Snow Price Administration announced
YES, MA'AM Lodge, The Bobbsey Twins On The Monday in Washington. This is on

!. Miss Marcia Avant had as her I of WAAC The first news in a long time Deep Blue Sea, The Bobbsey Twins the same basis of previous rations_ ..
The Personal Papers
( a
guests over'the week-end Chief Petty Private from "Shorty" Alderman is contained In The Country. about one-half pound per person per

"f Officer and Mrs. Ernest Clark of ''I'' By Auxiliary Elizabeth) R. Pollock in a letter which he wrote a I Bo_ mba, The Jungle Boy Series week.: .

;. Monticello, Florida. friend in Fort Myers. Shorty wrote By Roy Rockwell Stamp No. 13 which is valid now
__ I If This is* the inside story of our "When we first landed in this coun- Bomba And The River Demons, will expire August 15. OPA said the

t f; Mr. ,and Mrs. Jack Morris and ladies in khaki as revealed in the try the reception committee did its Bomba And The Hostile Chieftain, announcement was made at this time

t. son, Jackie, spent the week-end in letters of one of the first volunteersto work but before we moved on we Bomba And The Painted Hunters, so that the trade could plan pack.,

} .. Fort Myers with Mr. Morris' parents, alight in Des Moines. Here is were 'serving the drinks' and the Bomba Among The Pygmies, BombaAt aging. '

t< Mr. and Mrs. John E. ,Morris ,I the book for everyone who has won I Japs knew we had landed. We are The ,Giant Cataract, Bomba In

'l -- dered what motives decided thou- very safe where we are now and The Steaming Grotto, Bomba At The Very Few Labor Unions

'. J. H. Maloy, deputy colector of sands of girls to volunteer in a ,wo don't have anything to worry about Moving Mountain, Bomba In A

,, the internal revenue office in West men's army, what their backgroundsare 'except I'd give $50 for a good Strange Land, Bomba In The Aban-

I? ;-. Palm Beach, was a business visitor what they talk about in the steak!' Chick Webb, Blitz Wegmanand doned City, Bomba Among The Complied With New Law

,in Clewiston Monday and Tuesday. day rooms, and what' it is like to John Mickle are also stationed Slaves, Bomba And The Cannibals,

" .i T" stop being an individual, for the here and we get together for a talk Bomba And The Lost Explorers, TALLAHASSEE, July 28-(FNS)

. 'f Mrs. Carl H. Berner, Carline duration and be just another auxili- now and then, although I don't see Bomba Trapped by The Cyclone, -Claiming "very few" labor unions

R Berner and Jo Ann Crouch returned ary, G. I. right down to the girdle. them 'so often as we are all doing Bomba On Jaguar Island, Bomba have complied with the new law requiring

Tuesday night from a visit in YES, MA'AM is the distaff side different work." Shorty also said And The Perilous Kingdom, Bomba them to register and license

J 1: 'Atlanta ;and ,other points in Georgia of sergeants and shots, drilling and the rainfall there is about three In The Land of Burning, Lava. their business agents Attorney Gen-,

-:: K.P., Inspection, nights off and times what it is' here. The Winning Forward Pass eral Tom Watson urged that state

f' home thoughts. Here are the girls, Charles Lawton. AF of L president Leo Hill ask his

, /:,.: Dr. J. W. Ezelle spent the week- sometimes with their hair down 'but Friends in the sugar office loanedus Cracker: Stanton-Noel Sainsbury, organization to comply promptly.At .

end in Miami, returning home with always with their chins up, who letters from A. J. Kinsey, Jr., Jr. the time, Watson filed objec.>
Mrs. Ezelle and their children, who form the first women's army in our former time-keeper, who is now at The Fighting Five-Noel Sains- tions to granting a business agent'a

had spent the previbus week visiting history. Fort McClellan, Alabama. He said bury -Jr.Flight. license to William Pitzler of a Ft.

Mrs T. B. Shelley. "After two weeks at Blanding we 17-Henry B. Lent. Lauderdale shipyard workers' unionon

'" -- ...-- YOUXG WOMEN'S GROUP I were shipped out. We watched to The Fire Fighter-Henry B. Lent. the grounds that he has not been
see where we were going and whenwe Inside Out-Gertrude E. Mallette. a citizen of the United States for 10
Mrs. H. R. Hall is recuperating'
: the Clewiston hospital from a major The Young Women's organizationof reached Anniston, Alabama, we I "B" Is For Betsy-Carolyn Hay- years as the new law requires. Th.i

. operation performed there yesterday the Community Church will meet were delighted to get the orders to I wood. is the first formal objection to the

morning. Her condition is reported Monday evening at 8 o'clock 'at the disembark. We are at Fort Mc II I Betsy And Billy-Carolyn Hay- licensing of a, business agent received -

as satisfactory. home of. Mrs. E. O. Ward. Clellan, and short distance from wood. by Secretary of State R. A. Gray
Anniston, in the foothills of the Fiddlers Quest-Patricia Lynch.

'.. ; BRIDGE CLUB Appalachian mountains, and I do Her Star In Sight-Mildred Meese.
,": Mr and, Mrs. Fred Sikes are par- mean mountains. There's one rises Wider Wings-Patricia O'Malley. Buy More Bonds

. :, ents the Clewiston of a baby boy, who arrived at Mrs. F. Deane Duff entertainedher just behind the barracks to a heightof War Wings For Carol-Patricia J-UTJ-u---J-----., i ....-. .??,. .?,,? .??? .......,,
Emergency Hospital
bridge club Wednesday after- some 3,000 feet. We are drillingof O'Malley.
, ,c Monday, July 26th. The baby issued Dollar A Share-Adam Allen.
noon at her home. First prize was .- course-and have been
weighed 9 pounds.. won by Mrs Keathley Bowden, and I Garand rifles, only we call themM Hollywood Starlet-Dixie Wilson.Al1Ame'ricanJohn FOR RENT One side

; second prize by Mrs. J; W. Ezelle. i 1's. They weigh 10 pounds each R. Tunis.
:'' Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Post were busi-' The hostess served a salad courseto but after two hours on your shoulder The 'Surprise Mystery Wendell 'of Duplex near Sugar

;.. ness visitors in Tampa Monday. Mrs. Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs. Bowden, Mrs.J. that 10 pounds, feels like 40. We Farmer.
Glen Etherton and daughter, Glenda E. Beardsley, Mrs. F., E., Conkling, have good food and in one meal I Mystery On The Mississippi- Office. See Jack Sigler

Sue, who' have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. C. J. Niel- ,eat an approximate day's ration of Maristan Chapman.
Mrs. F. R. Maxwell there, returnedto sen, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford and Mrs. my civilian life." Carolina Caravan-Christine Go-

Clewiston with them *
W. C. Owen.BAPTIST .
:. van.Ski Pre-War Bicycle For Sale
,; I II Sidney W. McGehee, son of Mr. Patrol-Montgomery Atwater..
i Mrs. J. E. Beardsley motored to YOUXG FOLKS ARE I I, and, Mrs. J. A. McGehee, graduatedon When The Typhoon Blows-Eliz'a-
i ., West Palm Beach Wednesday to take ENTERTAINED WITH PARTY July 20th from the Armament beth Lewis. Brower

'. her mother, Mrs. L. Robbins, who school at Lowry Field, Colorado. Monkey Ahoy-West Lathrop.Sky .
.1 ;; : '. ;deft by train for Washington, D. C., Several members of' the Lottie Wilbur enlisted in Tampa and has Hostess-Betty,, Peckham. Peninsular Life Insurance :

I' ',.' ; 'after' spending several months herewith Moon Circle of the W. M. S. entertained served in Nashville, at Maxwell Parachute Pup-Decie Merwin.

.> ;" Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Robbins a crowd of young folks witha Field, LaFayette, Louisiana, Keesler Jenny's Secret Island Phillis Company.,

** +* ** ** +* *ff* "
" ,Mrs. Ben Bolton. to Lowry Field for Armament school. Big Dog, Little Dog-Golden
, ; "
\. ,'" Mrs. Jack Himrod and baby Mrs H. C. Meador and Mrs. Wilbur MacDonald.' LOST-One bill fold -
r'r;"' daughter, Ruth, visited relatives'in Montgomery were in charge and Campbell E. Nail, chief petty officer Karl's Wooden Horse-Lois Don-

?: Wauchula. over the week-end. They directed several parlor games which in the Sea-Bees, is stationed at aldson. with identification card.driver's ,

:;r:::' were accompanied home by the other were enjoyed by those attending, Camp Peary, Virginia, and has 62 Casco-Gladys Adshead.
'; :, Himrod children, who have been Refreshments of ice cream and cup hour leave this week-end. Mrs. Nail A Goat Afloat-Margaret Friskey. license, gasoline
' \ cakes were served by the refreshment to Madison and will Bobo, The Barrage BalloonMargaret -
.... visiting their grandmother, Mrs. gone up ration book etc. Returnto
;,: Maud Himrod, since the close of committee to "Mamie Trice, spend the leave with Campbell. McConnell.' ,
. /. school. Jackie Bledsoe, Gene Bledsoe, 'Harold Campbell says he is enjoying the Freddy And The Perilous Adventure W. J Echols Box
Broaderick, Geraldine Barton, News immensely, and likes 'to hear -Walter R. Brooks. ,
?: Archie Sorenson Junior in Poo Poo And The Dragons-C. S.
;.: Mr. and Mrs S. L. Crochet are Wilcox, from and about the other boys 1292, Clewiston. 3tp;
' ." Ben Bolton, Charles Benbow, Sam service.. You'd think he was in the Forester.
"f parents of a baby boy, who was born
':',>:: in St. Mary's Hospital in West Palm Bodden, Caroline Bryant, Mary Nell recruiting service- for the Navy if Nancy of The Apple Tree, Hill ,
Beach Sunday Christian, Robert Hansen, Lucile you'd read his letters for ttyey are May Justus.
*% July 25th. The baby
tl: 'weighed only four pounds at birth' Rogers, Marilyn Shelf, Betty 'certainly the best endorsement" the" Daughter of Thunder Grace J. M. COUSE
Townsend, Francis O'Brien Ran-
wish for
'ti: and has. been placed in an incubator 'USN could
" '? dall Chastain, Sammy: Kelly, Buddy *' .
Counselor I.RIT
, ", at the hospital. Both and Attorney at :"
he and his"jy
Moore Field Texas has the title"Sergeant"
Trice David Thomas ,
- Medford Dun- A most welcome letter came this;
Hopkins Building
! smother are reported as doing nice-
h :.ly. away, Stanley Wright Gilbert Mc- week from 'CarrolV.. Redish who before his name now.
.:";;;f:(. Leod, Ann, Lee, Melvin Torbert, was chosen from the Navy ranks and :. Congratulations, John. He writes Wednesdays: and Saturdays
'{,:s:.'.. I I Bobby Topper, Peal Andrews, Bill sent to U. S. Navy Flight Prepara- a card, changing the address (though 0:30 to 4:00
l Donald Whitaker of Fort Myers is Blackwell. ; tory School at Louisiana, State Nor- 'his Field is still, the same) and says

.{;'k visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and ,Committee members assisting were mal College, Natchitoches, Louisi I "Just a' word to let you know that

{:'t :.....' ,. I Mrs. R. C. Nowling. Donald's fa- Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs. Wilbur ana. His address there is Box 645. I'm still at the same' old place and

:} 'ther, J. L. Whitaker, and his little Montgomery. Mrs. T. L. Tanner, Carrol writes: "Just one of the that I enjoy the old home town

't:< brother, Jimmy, both underwent!'! Mrs. Jack Himrod and Mrs. Ben home town boys writing to inform newspaper more than ever. Now 1
4. Johnson's Fish
:, operations at the Lee Memorial Hospital Bolton. that the novelty of Army life has Camp j
::;' you of where, I've been, how: I got
j' last week and due to crowded worn and you get to wondering (Near Hurricane\ Gate)
. back, and what I'm doing now.
. .. .
';;:!:;'i', ." hospital facilities were removed to No Stamps Needed For "I have been in the South Pacific where you'll be a month from now Clewiston, Fla.
'I home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs a week from now.-and I
ac or you Boats and Motors-Guide SerricaRates
fighting the Japs. If you remember -
l : :: : Nowling spent the week-end Purchase of Coffee
in For I made a promise that I would wish the war would hurry up and Reasonable
;;{ Myers: and ,brought Donald back with.t" get a Jap for every issue of'' the end-home town news is mighty '''. H. Johnson, Mss-
fj them.
. "
J : President Roosevelt, the War Food : Clewiston News I think I have kept welcome. ,

j Administration and the Office of that promise, but I didn't take the ,
( NEW WAVE IN TRAINING Price Administration jointly an- trouble to count the Japs that my

:';: nounced the termination of coffee ship-mates and I sent to Davy Jones. r
, Mrs. Gratton George, who rationing, effective today.
a), recently "What am' I doing now? I'm going -
, -:." /, enlisted in the WAVES, left Lifting of the restriction' marked to flight school here in Louisi- FOR RENT
' Tuesday for Hunter College, New the first break, on the nation's rationing ana, to become _a naval aviator, so
: York for } front.Beginning '
"/ indoctrination and train- pray harder than ever. '.
: 'ing. Thursday, purchases "Tell all my pals in the Service ,
:.:' a Mrs. George, who is a former post and sales were' made at all trade and from Clewiston 'Hello,' those who
':'-;: office clerk, is the first Clewiston consumer levels without the sur in the U. S. A. and those I left
: .are 1,000 Acres of Muck Land 40 Acre
, : resident to render collection coffee or
enter the WAVES. Miss or of stampsor in the South Pacific. :My address is
Jessie Maloy, whose home is in Pa- ration currency for the first time not secret and I would appreciateit
Tracts West and
," {. hokee, enlisted while employed at since Nov. 29, 1942, when coffee very: much for anyone in Clewis- of Clewiston on road ,
the sugar office here. rationing began.Roosevelt .
.,.. ton to write to me. railroad
r in his radio address, "Again 1 want to express my ap- .
, .)> LADIES AID TO MEET said the end of the restriction preciation for the News. It was appreciated .. '-, ,
"good news to civilians at home" but by .
not, only by myself, "
The members .......
of .
the Ladies Aid was a "tangible result" of the na my shipmates who found many an .
Society will meet Tuesday afternoon, tion's vast increase in shipping with interesting', article about the Ever- F.. D. DUFF, Agent "

August 3rd, at two o'clock, in the unbelievable construction, a fallingoff glades in it." .

Red Cross surgical dressing room to of sinkings and the destructionof i- ,. ,* .. CLEWJSTOX, FLORIDA, ,
,', make bandages "
more and more 'U-boats. John A. P/erry, who .write us from Y


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'; I sing 1rpr.1se. -. or Ystjnlight -;' XPENDABL. --- HOUSEHOLD I .

DV "7 phf.Lr r'C J -
/ :;
It permeates the : 0> WHITE'p" W.N.U.FEATURES Handles of garden tools should

be sandpapered and
a.ir waxed to
THE STORY SO FAR: The story of for the bomb release see it start land, Lieutenant Kelly turned his save splinters in
fingers and
It makes the. sky their part In the battle for the Philip falling, then I'd give hard rudder attention to his casualties. hands.

pines is being told by four of the five and miss few feet. All I
it would by a *
look pretty "At this point a banca showed *
I naval officers who are all that Is left
And its fine. of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 3. They the while we had to keep in this and it was a native doctor, the one A sharp hoe will save blisters
j I narrow channel so we couldn't be we had sent Richardson and backaches
I are Lieut. John nulkeley (now Lieutenant Ensign in the garden. Usea
for drying \q Commander), squadron commander; beached helplessly on a coral reef ashore for, before dawn, for Reynolds flat file to give the business end
Lieut. K. B. Kelly second-in-command; and work our way down it toward who by of the hoe
hiar now was en route to a long beveled edge
I and Akers and GeorgeE. port, where presently some of the as
l\1eCAH Ensigns Anthony the hospital. So I loaded the ship's sharp as possible.
Cox Jr. After taking General Mac- newly arrived American planes papers, binoculars, and stuff into .
Arthur and his party safely to Cebu, In would see what was going on and
this banca and with
them I shovedoff When digging post holes
the southern islands, Squadron ,3 pre come to help. We didn't doubt, of dig the
for Cebu."Halfway .
hole 9 to 12 inches
i pared to'participate In a "great often- course that they'd arrived. Four deeper and fill

I lIve" planned against the .Japs. But our Jap seaplanes were after us, work- over the three planes bottom of holes with stones so the

planes and ships that were supposed to ing in rotation-undoubtedly those came back and we tried to hide be- water can drain easily. This will

WNU Features. come didn't appear and Lieut. Kelly's from the second cruiser the hind a fish trap-a net with bamboo give the poles added life.
boat and the one Lieut. Bulkeley was army
poles .sticking out of the
up water.
had reported being around.
riding In were forced into hiding.
But they weren't strafing now. They
Cautions for Home Canners "When their bombs were exhausted were looking for the fourth planewe'd 1f4.
they began diving down just over
CHAPTER XIII down. They scoured the
home canning mast stub to strafe With
Housewives doing our us. area for twenty minutes. After they
With wartime jar caps are cautionedto their first salvo they killed Harris.He .
follow implicitly the instructionsof "They didn't get us then," said left we went on in, and of course I ,
and also
the cap manufacturers if they wishto Kelly "At midnight our escape be- was my torpedoman went straight to army headquarters
avoid unhappy experiences and The lost with manning the starboard 50-caliber and met the colonel in charge-the'
destroyer me
waste in their patriotic effort to con- machine fine kid he was-
its I did No. 2 officer of the island. No, hehadn't
serve. Spoilage of food and breakageof light temporarily, so a he slumped down from his guns and
jars is certain to result, if instruc- ninety-degree turn so as to pass rolled deck when bullet heard from Bulkeley, but 1 / r.f
tions are not followed to the letter. on the a he'd send out a radio to
astern of her and lose her. con- message
Proper methods and careful can ripped into his throat.. So I put 'in hunt for him if he was still alive. 4// 1r
tinued on that course five minutes
excellent results
ning will insure Martino, or started to, but found
more important in the present foodsituation heading directly away from her they had also hit the gun and putit And maybe I'd better give my report ;#'
'than at any other time. then to the left in another ninety- direct to the general. I wantedto %Yrirrlyy :
out of action.
The Glass-Top Seal Fruit Jar Cap, .
and also I wanted to find out
degree turn, and I started looking
a wartime product developed to con- "But meanwhile Ross, with the what had happened to % / .
serve metal, requires careful use, around the ship.. our big ;
according to the home service departments "I found Reynolds, my port gun- starboard 30-caliber machine guns American Offensive we had been

of fruit jar manufacturers. ner (he was also cook), had been had shot down_ one of the four asked to be part of, and that air
consists of a metal band, planes. The next plane got Ross in umbrella which should have
glass lid and rubber ring. With these shot through the throat and shoul pro- '
three widely varied materials makingup der. I got him down below and the leg, and also put out his gun. So tected us this morning.

its component parts, the cap must we now had no guns only two en-
had the chief torpedoman and the "The general had been having a
be used according to important but gines and a boat full of holes with
easily followed instructions. First of radioman give him first aid. conference at the barof the American -

all, the cap is not recommended for "I found our mast had been shot Club, sitting with some other

and must not be used in, oven can- off a foot over my head, so we officers and some civilians who were II DI J A DAY
If the food is processed (cooked ina couldn't use our radio for sending.The now all having a drink. Now a gen-

jar), one inch of space must be left port turret had been hit and eral is pretty important, and you
in the top of the ''jar when filled, in its guns were out of action. don't just go barging into his con- KEEPSP OA1W Y
allow for expansion.If .
order to room
ferences-not if you're a mere na-
an open kettle is used a halfinchof
space must be left in the top of Lieutenant Kelly continued: 18 rt val lieutenant in command of a lit- New cream positively stops

the jar. "Our to y tle seventy-foot boat. So, followingthe underarm
is to the rub- objective now was get Perspiration Odor
The next step place
ber around the projection on the bot- Reynolds to a doctor. We were go- lead of this conducting colonel,

tom side of the lid, and the lid must ing like a bat out of hell. 'I couldn'tsee we stood off a bit and waited until t. Not stiff not messy Yodora spreads just

then be placed so that the rubber lies the 41 boat-it was so dark' Icouldn't the general gave us the signal to- like vanishing cream t Dab it on-odor gone I

between it and the top edge of the even see the shore. come on in and, tie up at his table. 2. Actually soothing-Yodora. can be used
jar. All jars on which top-seal clos- :
ures, either glass or metal, are used "Suddenly, directly ahead, a He saw us all right, but he didn't right after shaving.

must have smooth-top edges.' searchlight came on, less than a give us the signal-just went on talk- 3. Won't rot delicate fabrics.

and The immediately band is then loosened applied slightly tightly mile away-a Jap steaming full ing to the other officers. and civil- 4.Keeps soft I Yodora does not dry in jar.No

about one-quarter of a turn. Bands speed at me. I barely had time to ians. waste;goes far.

must fit loosely during the processing give a hard left and a hard right "Now thinking back, I realize it Yet hot climate tests-made by nurses-

the cooking.bands are If to an be open screwed kettle tight is used as, and we,went scooting past each oth- J'si was a most important conference.But prove this daintier deodorant keeps underarms -
immaculately sweet-under the
soon as the jar is filled. After the er at a relative speed of sixty knots at the time I was excited, be- conditions. most
severe Try Yodora I In tubes
processing is completed the bandsare before he had a chance to fire a cause I had just come from my boat or
j' .n-l0#, 30tf 60tf. McKesson &
screwed tight to complete the shot. He turned, holding me down in which I'd fought all through the Inc., Bridgeport Connecticut.
seal. The bands may be removed '
twelve hours after the canning opera- with his light like a bug'under apin war and with which we'd just helpedto

lion. At no time should the filled and started chasing blazing sink a Jap cruiser-my boat
jars be turned upsidedown.The with big guns-two
away which was now lying beached across YODORADEODORANT
housewife who takes no chanceson splashes four hundred feet two
away, 4Share
variance from any one of these the bay, with one man dead an-
simple but important steps is assuredof more,fifty feet away. I started zig- other, dying, and all the rest'' but

success and the enjoyment of the ging to squirm out of ,that light-. It mot ,,eA. three wounded. I suppose I was un- CREAM

delicious foods this flavor of home canned wouldn't let my gunners fire a shot; strung.. I wanted to have him'make

winter.-Adv. would help him keep our position. my report by radio about the cruiser. -

I was getting away, all right, but he And then, although maybe it Wave LengthsThe
Creature of NamesThe majority of the 900-odd radio -
Many kept firing for ten minutes, although wasn't my business, .I'd have likedto

cougar, Felis concolor, the his accuracy was going to hell. By find out about that American of- stations in this country have to

large member of the cat family 1:30 I could barely see his light, fensive ,he'd invited us to join the share their wave length with a

found in the western part of both which was waving around, searching night before. number of others because there

Americas, is known by 19 different the water back of us. are only 106 frequencies in the

in this alone "I kept on, wide-open, wondering o "We kept standing there, the two standard broadcast band.RHEUMATIC.
names country some
of us, while I got madder and mad-
of them being puma, catamount, how we'd ever get in, since we had der. I it
see now was unreason-
silver lion no charts, it was black as pitch,
purple panther, moun-
able but.I couldn't it then. GETAFTER
help ,
tain screamer and Indian devil. and I knew coral reefs must be all it embarrassed the PAIN
around us. At four o'clock I slowed Finally even
colonel and he invited me to step With a Hidlelot that will Press Hull
down and headed into where I hopedthe
the bar and have drink suffer from rheumatic
over by a If you pain
beach .
was, taking soundings.The
with him. ''I said no, thanks, I had or muscular achesbuy O2223 today
water suddenly shoaled off and "But meanwhile Ross had shot for real pain-relieving help. 60c $1.
but I'd have Coca
to a
bump! we were aground-a pinnacle down one of the four planes." Caution: Use only as directed. First
of coral under her belly. Look- Cola. I stuck around ten more min- bottle purchase price refunded. by

utes drinking it and then, since the druggist if not satisfied. Get 0-2223.
down with could
flashlights we
ing three planes diving down to less
general us no signal, I shoved
see the water was twenty feet deep. than one hundred feet, raking us gave

with coral pinnacles all around us i with fire which we couldn't return- off."I

i about every twenty feet, like a petrified only try to dodge. arranged to haw the boas 2tllt9

forest, rising to within five feet guarded. Because I wouldn't yet i
tttts zd ofRHEUMATISM.
"The engineer now reported the pit
of the surface. i admit that maybe both it and we I
full of water and
engine room was
"Studying the shore line, I realized were expended now. High tide was I
the boat was sinking so there was
e we were about ten miles too far i at four o'clock. Couldn't we maybe NEURITIS-LUMBAGO
to do but beach her if
up the coast. I sent Ensign Richardson nothing we patch her up, float her over to 'Dad'
to the wounded I
ashore in a rowboat to send an were save men. Cleland's, get torpedes and a crew
headed her towards nearby
V army doctor and ambulance out over from somewhere, and maybe fight
Kawit Island and there she beached
from Cebu for Reynolds and also her just once again?
hard and fast.
a tug for us. there to where Brant- 1
"I went over
"For the next hour we sallied ship- "I went down into the engine room
the 35 boat
ingham and
I were, taking
rocking it, trying to jiggle it off the andthere was Hunter, my chief ma,
from the boat
the stuff I'd: salvaged '
pinnacle, backing with the enginesand chinist's mate, with his arm practi- Urea Bottled mst.-SJ-SraallShe i C0t| .
finally managed to roll it off. cally blown off-a bullet had en- and they gave me some lunch as 1 IT lit (OOD DIMS mars n IT Hill.rictjt trios

.2 "Reynolds was feeling fine tered his elbow and gone out a three talked about the fight and what had MCNEIL DRUG co,inc.
now. to and during it En- 530 Broad Street-JacksoaviDe.Florida
happened us,
I'd suddenly remembered a little inch hole in his forearm, but he was
still manning the engines. I sign Richardson telephoned. He said
had gave
present Peggy given me on the
order to abandon ship. It turned .Reynolds had died, and they wen
Rock, went down to my locker and Mother's Tree
him and Harris in the
1. brought it up for him-a couple of out that there were only three of us burying American cemetery with a military The white birch has been of-

codein tablets and a sedative pill. unhit, so it was a job getting the ficially chosen by the American
escort and a priest, at four o'clock.I .
wounded out while the Japanese
--- "Dawn came with a lAw fog ,which and Forestry association as the tree to
I would
said of coarse go,
dived to rake us. We made the
shut out the coastal contours and
:.---". would meet Richardson at the bar be planted as a memorial to a
mistake of taking off our shoes and
because of all the coral we had to ,
:: : = :3 stand well off the coast. The sun the coral cut. our feet to ribbons as of the American Club, from which mother.

was well up but that didn't worryme we staggered carrying the men. we'd go over together."I .
.. ..
:;;;:) -- ; with air superiority we didn't "I found Reynolds, who had been got there but Richardson didn't

"Dive Bombing" mosquitoes need to stalk in the dark any more. wounded in the throat during the show up. I stood around. I was !t

"Four Motor" flies'-are just two of By 7:30 the sun had burned the fog night, now lying with J his hand over tired and mad and lonesome as hell. '

the insect-enemies that wage war on away and we started out on two his belly. Finally a civilian came up-and 7 Gp Brush"Applicala ,

1 soldiers engines-one screw had banged "' got to talking to him. He was a 40'
our on many battlefronts... uP. 'Mr. Kelly, he said, 'leave me makes"81ACKIIAF
on the coral but that didn't matterwe nice guy-vice president of the JUST A r
and two reasons why the army uses here.' very ; DASH IN FEATHERS..
such vast quantities of FLIT and our were crippled now, but 'Dad' ?' I asked. club. I told him our story and he

other insecticides.For Cleland would quickly fix us. At 'What happened said how sorry he was, and askedif

these eight o'clock we spotted the entrance 'When the planes attacked' he he might go to the funeral. He

vicious super-slayers kill many ; to the long channel and said, 'there didn't seem to be any- was the first sympathetic person I'd

foreign pests just as they turned in. thing for me to do, so I went below met.
down household insects here
at home! "So there we were, fat, dumb, and lay down on Mr. Brantingham'sbunk. "Presently a truck arrived, driven -
and happy heading the They hit me in the b-slly soldier with
up narrow by a Filipino a mes-
FLIT has the AA Rating. the channel while I was lying there. I'm,:done
at fifteen knots, when all for. me that the funeral had
highest established for household. for, sir. I'll beall right here: You
of a sudden-Wham! It was a hun- been postponed until ten o'clock to.
insecticides by the U.S. '
Bureau of Standards. dred-pound bomb which landed about get out the others. morrow. This American found outI

ten feet off our bow. "Well, the hell with that. So in knew nobody in Cebu, hadn't slept,

Buy a bottle today! "Then I looked up, and here a spite of his protests, Martino and I and had no place to go, so he invited

second plane was peeling off, coming carried him ashore. Then we went me out to his house for dinner

FLIT out of a cloud. But instead of back for a last trip.,' Only Harris'' and the night. Before I went,

the big white stars of the Americanair was left, lying where: he had tum- 'I located 'our three men who were

Cop,.Isisav.awaapr.ra corps on her wings, there were bled into the tank compartment. But unwounded. I gave them fifty pesos

the flaming suns of Japan! the radioman and I carried his body and told them to go ashore and get Preserve Our Liberty '

"They bombed us for thirty min- ashore, because hoped to give drunk and forget the whole mez-"ii '

utes, and the farthest bomb was him a decent burial. I they could. Buy U. S. W Bonds

thirty feet away. We would wait : After reaching shore at Cebu Is- (TO BE CONTINUED)

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: .

-"'--- -------- Pot Holders Made of Prints From
Nary a Drop Was IMPROVED' I Bright Scrap Bag

Spilt Along the Way UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Are Excellent as Gifts and Best Sellers' at Bazaars

A young Scottish couple had
: moved from their country cottage SUNDAY L( esson THESE pot holders proved to be LARGE DESIGNIN loop hanger was stitched in with

into a modern house. All their sellers" at a bazaar. YELLOW, the binding.?

1 goods and chattels arrived safely By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D.Of They were made by a group' of a' ORANGETA GREEN. AND ee
I Bible Institute of Chicago. resolved not to .PURPLEBINDItIG Book 7 contains directions for more than
-with exception of the rain tub. The Moody women who pro-
1 (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) 30 things to make-novelties as well as
. After the wife had pleaded with duce a single holder in a dull, col- really important things for your home.

her husband that this was an asset or combination. That is probablythe ,, ACK ORANGE YEL Book 2 also contains many bazaar items.
to her household, he said he would Lesson for July 25 secret of their success. o No patterns are needed. Description of
j go and get it that evening. Most of the materials can be RED each booklet in the series is contained in

I As he had not arrived home at Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected had from scrap bags. Pieces of Book 7. Orders should be sent to:

t 12:30 a. m. his wife became wor Council and of Religious copyrighted Education by International: used by cotton flannel or sheet waddingwere LUE l-r tRINT -
J ried. At 1:15 a. m. the back gate permission. used for interlining. The ma- lM MRS. RUTH WYETII SPEARS
i slammed and there was a dull six inches GREEN Bedford Hills New York.
terial was square AND BINDINGS
'i thud. In a few seconds the door BIBLE TEACHINGS ON THE BACK RED REPEAT Drawer 10
and the corners rounded so that GREE
1 opened to reveal a dishevelledand COST OF DRINKING BINDING ON BRIGHTEST Enclose 15 cents for each book
the machine binder could be used FABRIC -
Ding fHIT desired. \ '
perspiring man who said: ED AN E
LESSON TEXT Deuteronomy 21:18-21; for the edges. The backing, inter- Name.................................
t "Ee, lass, 'A've 'ad job wit'toob.
Proverbs 23:20, 21 I Corinthians 6'9-H.
Thee didn't tell me it were GOLDEN TEXT-Know; ye not that tile unrighteous lining and top were basted together across from side to side and I Address..............................
of them by stitch- then from corner to corner. Ai
full o' watter. shall not inherit the kingdom before quilting
God-I Corinthians 6:9.

YOUR looks better groomed with Billions of dollars-how many we IRRITATIONS OF

unruly l\lorolineHairTOJ hair in place.KeepsHAIR of cannot liquor say-make to America up the in dollars annual cost and I Stunning Little Sister Frock 1 S Kia( EXTERNAL CAUSEacne -

Gives lustre. Big: bottle pimples bumps (blackheads), and
; ALWAYS only 25c. Sold everywhere. cents. Terrifying as it is, that stupendous ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
i J.? waste is but a drop in the miseries with simple home treatment.
i Do it in pale pink, blue or apple Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
; bucket with the moral and
compared healing works the antiseptic Usa
organdie or dotted swiss.
Names of
: Adopted Popes spiritual degradation, the sorrow and green Black and White Ointment only as di-
: Applique the flowers in white or a rected.10c,25c.60c 25 success.
r Of the 256 popes of the Roman suffering, the poverty and distress, sizes. years
darker shade of the dress ma- Money-back guarantee. 83? Vital in
I Catholic church, 81 or nearly one- which must be added into our liquor cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
third of them adopted one of only terial. Black and White Skin Soap daily..
\ five 23 using John, 16 Gregory bill.For
it is not only a matte of dollars The dress Is designed for sizes 1-2-3.
; 15 Benedict 14 Clement and but of blood and tears, or destroyed Pattern number is 5527. Applique is in
13 Innocent. the same pattern.
;4. usefulness, lost virtue, Due to an unusually large demand and io CHECK pAIN
: wrecked homes, and so on and on current war conditions, slightly more timeIs Or*
and on. We go right on pajing'the required in filling orders' for a few of \ 7DAYS<
.. ... t FOR QUICK RELIEF the most popular pattern numbers. -
J' bill, allowing ourselves to be misledby
" : ';.'' A :. '..i: ::I f i clever propaganda and skillfully Send your order to: "'- .... 666'
: manipulated statistics-or it may be .
' 530 South Wells St. Chicago.
;:< Cd.l
. ... .: } A ANTISEPTIC Soothing Soft LV E our America sheer awaken indifference.! When will Symptoms;

..';::'r 'Used: by thousands with satisfactory re Painting FingernailsThe
-. ,:;,j' suIts for 40 years-six valuable ingredi- Our lesson faces us with the cost
; ;- ents. Get Carboil at drug stores or write of this despicable traffic in the life
Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn. flapper of not-so-many years !
; : of the individual to the social order, SHAVE with SHELBY'
back didn't start the vogue for
.- and in the light of eternity.I. :
painted fingernails. The real pioneer -
- In the Sunlight
The Personal Cost (Deut. 21: I in that field was Cleopatra.
Do not anticipate trouble, or
,< 18-21). Aspasia, girl friend of Pericles,
about what next p
: hap-
; worry may
Liquor destroys individuals relentlessly also tinted her nails. As a mat- SHARPER
., pen. Keep in the sunlight.-
ter of fact a husband 2,300 BECAUSE
Franklin. rapidly, and effectively.. Have years
forgotten that fact? ago "raised Ned" with his wife .. THEY'RE
because she used cosmetics so ex-
The passage in Deuteronomy presents /3 THINNER

a drastic remedy for a dreadful travagantly. double edge
Whoever it is that gets credit
situation. Drink and gluttonywere orsingleedge4forlOC
. ,' .." 0 H recognized as the deadly instrument .- Pattern No. 5527 I for scolding girls for powderingtheir
which would bring a boyto LITTLE sister will look like I noses in public, is just an
something right out of, the interloper. Ovid said cen-
the incor-
place where he was Manufactured and guaranteed by
rigible. Stubborn, rebellious, and bandbox in this charming frock! turies ago: "A statue is never federal lazor Blade Co., N. Y.
; disobedient his to Make it her "best" little dress. shown until it is finished."
{ parents were
LYeACK[ judgment.bring him to the elders for a final

r ( If one thinks the penalty too harsh,

he must remember that it was estab-

...." < lished in the early days of Israel
" : ; /j when it was necessary for God to

.'\ ; : Lg --. -_...... HERE'S HAPPY. .RELIEF use such drastic remedies to stampout i
7':;:"'" ,
; f; [f you .utter'from backaches incipient evil.- -- IMPORTANT .
resulting from fatigue
or exposure -
. :'< i. ...if sore muscles or a stiff neck have The point of this scripture for us
,;:- got you laid'up..SORETONE ia what you is that a life of debauchery (and it
r.< need. It is a medicinal, analgesic solution
start with of wine)
can just a glass
z C developed in the famous laboratories of McKesson
& Robbins in Bridgeport, Conn. leads to the ultimate destruction of ,
,; SORETONE acts fast-gives soothing relief It is far. 'cost
life. too high to pay
right where relief is the
r needed-speeds superficial -
i) blood flow to the affected area. Also for a sinful, indulgence.II. NOTICE !
., helps to prevent infection. Not an animal I
r. preparation-made for human beings. Wonderful The Social Cost (Prov. 23:
i f. also.for'sore, tired feet, and for relieving 20, ''21). -
._. l'"' itch of Athlete's Foot.,MONEY ')j. .
"h: BACK IF NOT SATISFIED. Drunkenness and gluttony lead to : I

poverty and rags. The intemperateman TO HOME CANNERS
cannot keep 'up with the high

SORETONEPrecious I I cost of supplying his growing appe-
I tite. Even as he tries to satisfy its

I II' insatiable demand, it also renders The Glass Top Seal Fruit Jar Cap for Home Canning was developedas I

him unfit to earn a living.So a Wartime product to conserve metal. It consists of a Metal Band, ,
j the vicious circle ujflrks" its Glass Lid and Rubber Ring.
way around, and stops not until the
,: Things drunkard totters off in his rags, unless -
,: A precious thing is all the more perchance some loved one or Because of the difference in the nature of these three materials this

: precious to us if it has been won friend takes care of him. Cap must be used differently from any other fruit jar cap. If used properly I '

j :: by work or economy.-J. Ruskin. Not only does it bring poverty it will give excellent results. If not ;

: upon families but it reduces able used properly, results will be bad, including 1

.1-; ItF and gifted men to shambling wrecks failure to seal and breakage of i

and thus deprives society of the jars. Following are simple instructions

SNAPPY FACTS benefit of their lives and service.A for use of the Glass Top Seal Cap and I

1/ ABOUT present-day illustration is the :i sjsa must be followed carefully. !
i/ unsolved problem of absenteeism for mAL BAlD

,o" RUBBER days after pay day in our essential 1. Do NOT use in Oven Canning. !

i industries. Again we say the cost GLASS LO

I is altogether too high; let us get'rid :: 2. If processing, (cooking in jar), y 1

of this monster before it destroys us! = leave 1 inch space in top of jar: If using i :

1 -- III. The Eternal Cost (I Cor. 6: open kettle, leave /2 inch 'space in top ; ;'

... 9-11). 18B of jar. !i''
i At a Navy yard, 3000 workers -
travel daily 60 .to 85 Money lost is serious. Life lost is 3. Fit rubber around projection on
far more serious. But the saddest KIL
miles round trip by automo-
side of lid.
bile-a good reason why war cost of all is the eternal damnationof I8E bottom ;
workers must have tires. the drinker's soul. i
I 1 4. Place lid so rubber lies between
We quote from Dr. Horace Martin
Tire users now restricted becauseof these stirring and meaningful words: = lid and top edge of jar.

de the luxe rubber road traveling shortage conditions will have "It is my calm judgment that any I \ 5. Turn bands tight, then loosen

open to them In post-war days If man who names the name of Christ I slightly (about % turn). Bands must
should take an attitude of horror and I
State and Federal highway plans .
fit loosely during processing (cooking).
materialize.Already twelve States disgust at the liquor traffic and the 1 t
This is Important and must be done to 1\
have approved building express use of liquor as a beverage. There ;
highways of tomorrow when peace .are at least three places in the New III I iii insure best results. If using' Open Ket-

comes. Seven others ore-consider Testament where the Bible says thatno tIe, screw bands tight as soon as jar is
ing such plans. drunkard shall inherit the king- filled.

A truck tiro that is overloaded dom of God.
"If takes that 6. After processing screw bands tight
50 per cent will only deliver any man statement ,
:s) 44.5 per ten.*, of its seriously he must think twice, be- complete seal. Remove bands 12 hours

mileage expectancy. fore he refers to the use of liquor ina ,'r'.., For complete canning after canning.
instructions und
joking manner or in any way con- cents for your copy of
dones the use of alcohol as a bev- the Ball Blue Book to
erage" (Lesson Commentary). Ball Muncie Brother.,Indiana Company U.S.A. DO NOT TURN FILLED

Drunkenness is a foul and sinful JARS UPSIDE DOWN

thing, classed by the apostle Paul
with the lowest of human vices.

r Call it what it really is-sin, and 4/ fr
I then call on the One who can save This information fa published in the interest of -bom.f .
t from sin. You will then be washed canning and preservation and conservation of food.

1 di I from your sin, sanctified, and justi-
fied in the name of the Lord Jesusv.

( 11). In Christ there is hope for BALL BROTHERS COMPANY:
i the drunkard. A spiritual revival is
the real answer to the liquor prob- MUNCIE, INDIANA, U. S. A.

lem. Let us seek to promote it even i

as we at the same time give our-
Wife selves to an intelligent and construc-
tive battle against this destructive
\ r1 force in the life of our nation. II. .-- -- .

jAnd \


\ \

He Laughs---- .
Notice is hereby given that the
following described lands, or so much
thereof'as will be necessary to pay the amount duo for taxes herein set opposite -
PROGRAM OFFERED tj' to the same, together with the costs of such sale end advertising, will:
-x. be sold at public auction on the second day of August, A. D. 1043. beginning;:
at twelve o'clock noon, at the CITY HALL of the CITY OF CLEWISTON,.

All 17-YEAR-OLDS Y ON W RIGHT HfJND IT GETS \ R. Y. PATTERSON:, Tax Collector, City of Clawiston.


'atents of seventeen year old I 23, Block 22 ___...____._____. J, E. Beardsley ._ .
SALUTE fJN OFFICER Lot 31, Block 26 ___....._.._..____._. J. E. Beardsley) Agent ._-----_.. $ 6.00(
tytraths: torn between the desire to Lots 3, 4, 19, 20, Block 27 _______.....__. Elbert L. Stewart Agent.. __ _. 5.00
in \ / (/( II Lot 4,. Block 139 __.....__.._..._.__.._......._ Mrs. Edith M. Loser-- ? __..__ 20.00
'COnsent to their son's enlistment j' Lot 8, Block 139 ....._.__._:._.___.._._. E. E. Minor (J, E. Beardsley 1.50. .

the Navy and the very understandable i g. Agent) -----.--.-_....___. _M__ 5.0G,
Lot 7 Block 167 J. E. __._
wish to see him wIn his, high r Lot 8: Block 172 ...== :::=:=:::::::=::=:::: Mrs. Carrie Beardsley A. Tumalty Agent .___..r. 6.00:,

: > I II Lot 14, Block 172 -..-.___...._.__._.___....__... J. E, Beardsley Agent _-..__._..__. 5.00 5.00"J. ;
school diploma-in spit&: an impending Lot 2, Block 173 E. Baker
II Lot 6, Block 175 ...._.. :: Minerva D. '.==:==: '
18th birthday when1''he will :=::== : : =:::=: Schroder ::: :Ogg
Lot 4. Block 176 .. ,:._ .... Ruth R. Beardsley __...._.... _____ '
register under selective service and Il Lots 21, 22, Block 176 _............_......_.('-_...._...... Ruth R. Beardsley ___....__.__ __ 6.
\ I .._.._............ ..._.. ? 14.00'Ruth
for voluntary Lot 24, Block 176 .? ..__._..___... R. Beardsley __.._____..._
no longer be eligible I Lot 29, Block 176 .__.._..._..__ Mrs. E. A. Stone _....__. __ 8.63
Navy enlistments-will welcome thNav's lla I I Lot 30, Block 176 ___._....._'_......._w-, .. Mrs. E. A. Stone ._._....__. ?_...______ 4.00 '
'Lot 31, Block 176 ........__....__..,_...__.__...._. V. ____ ....__.....___ 1.00
: new educational program Lot 32, Block 176 ._._..._....._...__........._....__.._.,. Frank H. Hogben Roach 4.00'
which enables the student to continue Lot 36, Block 176 _..____._._......._....___...._... Ruth R. Beardsley---.l.-__ ____ 4.0Q .
studies through the 'recommendations Lot 2, Block 195 _.._...._._.._,.._........_.................. Mary G. Paton ..____''''_' .'.._..__._ 5J.1O-
his Lots 2, 3, Block 202 ..._.........__...._..._.__.._ M. Tomer- ___.__ 5.00'Herbert
of his high school I Lot 8, Block 203 _........._.._._...._..._..._.._._.... Annette Slevers .. 8.80'f

'principal, and upon completing'studyqf Lot Lot 9 6,, Block Block 203 204 "..,:::==:::::c::::::::::::::.::::::.::::::::::: A.f .E.Annette Oliver Sievers: ...___:._=_.___:_:_:._:_:_. s.Qo 5A ..

the subjects recommended beawarded Lot 6, Block 207 .._...__._....._............:_.._...__. Mrs. E. A. Stone---._....._..._.._...__ 4,40'Josephine 5.0-0

full credits with his diploma. t tl'2 Block, 22, Block 207 ..."..208......'''::::.::::':':':::::::::::::::::::::=::: Lewis E. Mor& Ruth_..._.__Knight..._.,..._ _.._._._..__..__ 46.00'

The program is not restricted to Lot 24, Block 208 _...._.-......................_........_............ Viola Owen & Ruth Beardsley _._ 6..004.4,00"
Lots 25, 26, Block 208 ... .... Viola Owen
high school subjects and there is no Lot 28, Block 355 ......_ ,::::::::::::::=_.:::....::::::=:: C. M. Baker& ._Ruth.....,___._Beardsley_,_._._._.._..._,._= 1t3t
reason why the young sailor student Lot 4, Block 358 _:._..::_ : ::._ J. E. Beardsley ......_.__.__.._..._.._._.__
Lot 5, Block 358 ....___.._........_..;....._.........._._..._... David L. Larson .................__._..______ 4.00,
after winning his high school Lot 19, Block 358 ......._.........___...............?.._?.......... Mrs. E. A. Stone ._....._____._.._.____ 4:00 6,00'
diploma, should not continue with i Lots 1, 2, 359 ......:........_._..._ __ .._. John Hepworth Estate _.______ )
Lot 18, Bloc .._._..____.___.._.......__......:..... N. A. Lanier .....___.__._._..___ 4'>>0)'.
fully accredited college subjects. Lot 13, Block 369 __-.._.._.1._........_..._..._.,_._......... A. E. Klrchman _..__....__._.....: 3.0
The avy's program mebraces wellcve.r Lots 14, 15, 16, 17, Block 369 ..._........_....._..._ .A. E. Klrchman ...._.........._..........._.____ 56.00 7.o.dl!
Lot 1, Block 371 .._ _. H. E. O'Brien _._.........,...__._.._
700 courses and the educational Y kanavo4 Lot 2, Block 371 ::::=::=::j :::::=::::::::: =::::::=: H. E. O'Brien ___...._ 3.QQ..

; resources of more than 70 leading ewraolrai Lot 17 Block: 377 ...:..._._........_....__........................ L. C. Vaughn .. ...... _._. ___---"-_ 5.GQ
/ naa nrroN Lot 15, Block 377 ........-._..._-._._.?-..-:.................. R. ,A. Lilly ..._...-___....____..._"_ 8.150'l
; American universities and col- Lots 1, 2, Block 389 ...............:_.._..___........._........ A. Bishop .... .__ ___............_"_ 5.00'1V
leges. .I I I Lots 26, 27, Block 412 _.....______._.........._._ Aaron D. Francis ?___.. _.____"._..36..00.
1------------------- Lots 25, 26, Block 423 ...._._..__.,_......_.._.......... Bert Powell ........_..._....._......_..... .......__ 4.00,
'While it is a well established fact Lot 8, Block 495 --..........-._-....-........_.......-......... J.V.. Daughtrey ..__..__ : 4) O
Navy trade schools train over 70 percent '- Lot 12, .Block: 495 ?............_.._.,_........_.._....._......_.. Ruth R. Beardsley w: 10.00 28.00
Lots 13, 14, Block 495 ... .. Ruth R. _....____.. .
of enlisted personnel in all Florida Farmers Meet Conference To Be HeldIn I Lot 15. Block 495 __._.__:.:::=:::::::::::=:_=:::=:::: :: Ruth R. Beardsley Beardsley____.__-._____ 6.40

branches of aviation, radio, electricity Lots 13, 14, Block 162 .._....___::.............___ Mary Hayes Davis _.......:.__.__..__: 10.00 3.20
July 2, 9, 16, ,23, 30.
machinist work, combustion To Discuss Regulations Atlanta Aug. I
engineering, etc., it was not until the 17-181

present facilities arranged by ,
And Plan Local Units .r !!i ,-
'War: Department for Navy men, that I JACKSONVILLE, July 28-FNS) I
accredited courses in high schools,

"Colleges and universities were avail I -Joseph H. Riggs of the Florida yri r l ,.v Nr
able. JACKSONVILLE, July 28-FNS) National (Bank, "retiring president of 1 +jCry :

I. Confusion which has plagued the Retail Credit Men's Association
The administration of the program CreditConference If yOU
Florida farmers and growers ever announced that the Southern
is simple'and convenient for the men
will be held in Atlanta,
'in the service. When the sailor whoIras since government agencies started f :. f.ZSHvr.. a4 j 't 1
'I, .Aug. 17-18, and will deal with pres-i sang 60... N. .. ,
not completed his high school controlling the marketing of farm
ent and post-war credit problems.
course is ready to begin his extra produce has reached a chaotic stage, j jI
"iCun cular studies to obtain the I
William L. Wilson, director of :State I
'credits needed for his diploma, he BuyWar&n r> Y r G3
"writes to the principal of his school Farmers' Markets, said this' week. LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE I

and asks him to recommend the sub- A frank out and out discussion regarding I

jects. The principal's reply is sub- regulations imposed on 1
mitted to the sailor's Educational farmers by the government was held

Officer who acquires the necessary in Marianna and the farmers' atti-
Pursuant to Chapter 22079 Laws of
courses of study. tude was summed up in this state- Florida, Acts of ,1943, notice is hereby -
When the student is ready to begin ment: "All we want the governmentto given that a public meeting will be
held in the office of the County Superintendent -
}h.i5 college: education he is furnished do for .us is leave us alone." of Public Instruction of

ta list of cocperating colleges and : Attending the meeting Sen- Hendry County Florida, in the Court-
I house at LaBelle, Florida, on August
universities showing more than 700 ator Claude Pepper, CongressmanBob 6, 1943, at 2 o'clock P. M., for. the

courses of study available to him. The !I Sikes, Commissioner of Agriculture pose proposed of explaining increase of more and than five pur-I [I

list includes such imposing names as Nathan Mayo, Secretary of cent (5 percent) in the budget for 4s

:'Southern Methodist, Penn State, I State R. A. Gray, Superintendent of year'budget' 1943-1944 for the as preceeding compared year.with the :

'Oklahoma, Northwestern, Minnesota, public Instruction Colin English and (SEAL) DILLON HALL
Michigan: Louisiana State, JUniersity about 400 Jackson County farmers. Chairman, County Board of

> of Florida, Alabama and Farmers not only in this section County Public ,Instruction Florida. Hendry 1 i. .\\4 gfl"; 2 ', r< f ., : 'i' ti ,5f S,,wrr.rlur'r'4F' lyF y
many others equally as important. y c; ;:yly'y Q s ojyta ''a '
but throughout the state and nationsee .
1 fo fiu4b : 5.NNNNCYNJ.N.A'Ar :.i/.h.iSYiIi ii6FA'> 'JncdV
He institutions C. E. WEAVER, .
selects his subjects and the Superintendent.July
!' organization as the only answerto 23, 30, 1943. \
accrediting these courses. their problems and in view of this
'Through the educational officer the I fact are forming local Farm Bureau wRf Open a savings account keep growing

student is 'placed in direct contact units to affiliate with the State and NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
\vith the university or college select- "
sa and he is registered by application National organizations. Monday, August 9, 1943 at 4:00 P. 1\.j Buy War Bonds &
United States Eastern War Time is Stamps
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la much the same manner as he fixed as the date and time when, and I I
could be if he applied in person. the City Hall in the City of Clewistonl
the student to complete a fully accredited is designated as the place where the
The cost of the Navy's new educational college course for the very City Commission shall hold a publicl!
> meeting for the purpose of considering,
program is defrayed by nominal
average cost of $20.00. .
and acting upon the assessment roll, ufi j
nominal fees shared by the student Aspirants for the Navy's V-12 acting as a Board of Equalization of:
and the Navy. 'The student an hearing complaints and receiving' testl-l!
pays program are physically quali-
' moray as to the value of any property,1 I .isy .
enrollment fee of $2.00 for each fied but lack sufficient credits to real or personal, as fixed by the Tax I I ( 1 0
:course taken. Additional fees defend pass the rigid educational examina- Assessor, and perfecting, reviewing and r
equalizing the 1942 tax assessment.
upon the subjects studied and tion may now enlist in the Navy and This notice dated this 5th .day of

the College or University. The prepare themselves through the July, 1943. MALCOLM W. BIGG, I

average cost is $40.00 of which the many courses available for transferto Clerk, City Commission,
government" pays half. This enables the Officer Candidate class. City of Clewiston.No. I
29-July 17, 24, 31.

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