The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 6, 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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f .R. W. TURK TENDERSHIS Dividends DeclaredBy OFFICIALS- NAMED Mrs. Dozier Is Hired As REV. E. P. DOWNEY

Draft Office Clerk HereE.
Sugar CorporationAt ,


E. Kelly, chairman of the

SCHOOL rectors a meeting of the United of the States Board of Sugar Di- BE HELD SEPT. 7 Hendry County Selective Service MEETING WEDNESD'YOne

PRINCIPAL OF Corporation Tuesday in New York Board, announces the employment: of
Mrs. Katherine Dozier as clerk in
four quarterly dividends were declared -
Mrs. 1. S.
the local"office succeeding
The city commission, at a meet- of the finest talks given recently -
:- R. W. Turk, principal of the Clew- Bell, Jr., whose resignation was recently
before the Clewiston Kiwanis
held afternoon
ing Monday set Sep-
I declared on
,Iston school for the past several $5.00 dividend was given effective August 1.
tember 7 as the date for the muni- Club was that on Wednesday even-
rate of $1.25
J years and re-elected as principal for preferred stock at the C. H. Pillans, an auditor from the I
fifteenth cipal election and appointed the following ing by the Rev. Edward P. Downey,
dividend payable
! the 1943-44 term, ,tendered his resi- per share per state office in St. Augustine is here pastor
of the First
and officials to conduct the elec- Presbyterian
gnation to the county school board of October, this year, for' a couple of'weeks to make an
April and July, tion: R. G. George, clerk and Mrs.R. Church of Fort Lauderdale who is
to fifteenth of January, records of the office
this week in a letter Wednesday audit of the
October M. Hare, Jr., and Mrs. G.: H. here to conduct a training school at
to holders
_, E. M. Cornette, Clewiston member'of next year, as and to assist Mrs. Dozier in familiarizing the
and Small, inspectors. Alternates namedto Community Church.
1 and third of January, April
! the board. herself with the duties of
serve in the" place of those above Drawing'on' an immense fund of

j The letter was written from July. named if necessary were: Mrs. G. the office knowledge of young people gained
Also declared were four quarterly Mrs. Bell has served as chief clerkto
1.Gainesville where Mr. Turk is at-
B. Rackstraw, clerk, and MM.. through many years of work with
' preferential dividends, Series A, the board since its inception and
tending the summer session and Charles M. Pirkle .and Mrs W. L. children in Michigan and as a father,
forty cents per share per dividend her resignation at this time is givenin
i, stated simply that he had made other Lott,. inspectors. Rev. Downey spoke on the problemsof
payable tenth of September and order that she can join her hus-
for the coming and that
plans year Polls will open at nine o'clocka. present day youth and the part
December this year and tenth of band, Cpl. I. S. Bell, Jr., as soon as
further details would be given whenhe
service clubs could
m., on election day' and will closeat and should take
March and June next year to holderson he is assigned to a permanent loca-
returns to Clewiston next. week in
assisting them
seven o'clock p. m. and voting through the adoles-.
to get ready to move. He added that twenty-fifth of August, twenty- will be done at the Community Cen- tion.Miss cent stage. -
sixth of November and twentyfifthof Martha Nell Alston will remain -
he to leave Clewiston for
.regretted ter Room in the City Hall building. Rev. Downey said that whereas
February' and May. in the office as assistant clerk.
'he had to regard this his
come as Registration books will be closed amusements for the youth of a few

- :home. tomorrow (Saturday) at noon it years ago were left for themselves to '

The trustees of the Clewiston was announced this week at the city
provide and, improvise, amusementsfor
school district have been in touch MRS. M. D. ROYALSIS offices. SIXTH RED CROSS the young people of today are,

recently with an applicant for the There are four candidates quali- largely provided and takes away a:

principalship here, M. R.. Stroud of fied for the election, three of whom portion of their initiative. We are

Punta Gorda, and it is likely that he KILLED IN WRECK are to be elected. The two receivingthe QUOTA IS SHIPPED living today, much faster than a few-

will, be offered the position. largest number of votes will be years ago, Rev. Downey said, and

The county school board is meetIng elected for four year terms and the this complicates the formative periodof
tonight in LaBelle to make filial ON ROAD 26 one receiving the next largest num- life, requiring more changes and

plans for the opening of county I ber will be elected for a two-year greater problems of adjustment.

schools but Mr. Cornette said this term. Candidates qualified are: E. Schools have given heed to this

'week that the opening date would M. D. Royals, owner of the E. Kelly, W. C. Owen, J. "A. Mc- sixth quota of sewed gar- change by altering educational sys-
in Clewiston was ments for the American Red Cross to
probably be set for Monday, September Royals Apartments Gehee and C. E. Miner. tems considerably in order to facili-
13. instantly killed Sunday night whenthe A legal notice elsewhere in the be made by Clewiston volunteer tate these adjustments and the speaker -

Studebaker coupe she was driv- News will this information before workers was shipped by the local
keep pointed out the extreme value of
There are still several vacancies in
ing overturned on Road 26 about the voters each week until the chapter on July 19th, and broughtthe
the High, School faculty and at least II visual education in this regard.In .
and total of sewed garments to 2,886.
midway between South Bay date of the election.
one in the grades but the trusteesare Twenty-Mile Bend. These garments have been, completed calling attention to the part

in contact with applicants for all individuals could'play in
since the work begun here in
Details of the accident are few, for was
positions; and' feel that a complete the one passenger, a South American Lieut. Nickerson Dies January, 1940. young people he said that the' two
faculty will be ready for the opening I most important factors in a child's
cadet in training at Riddle Mrs. F. Deane Duff, chairman of
of; school.. In Atlanta HospitalFlight development were heredity and en-
Field, was knocked unconscious and production work for the local chap-

,These! ,teachers, who ,have already was, able to give no clear reason for ter, has compiled a summary of the vironment. Every man, he said, is

,>,.':, signed contracts in the grades are the wreck. It is believed that the work done by these volunteers dur- probably looked upon by some childas
:Mis.: IT, first Lieutenant G.V.. ,Nickerson an example to follow and the
: M. : Sharpe, grade; Mrs. ear went out of control because ofa ing the past two and one-half years.
Marie Hampton grade 45, Adjutant at Riddle McKay hero-worshiping teen age youngsterswill
Peersecond ;
blowout or from momentarily leaving The report 'will be a revelation to
thhd' gradeMrs.' Aero College since January of 1940, endeavor to emulate those in
MrRoger'Weeks .
; ; the road and striking one of the ; those who have not been taking part
Luvenia fourth died Saturday night at Lawson Gen- whose footsteps they are attemptingto
Holstine grade; deep washes which have developed in this work and who have not
Mrs.\ H. B, Magill fifth with eral Hospital in Atlanta following a follow. Service clubs, he said,
; grade aiong) the shoulder _of, the road. The realized just how much was being
open. The; ..trusteesar&i ', two months' illness with a lung could, be helpful) by putting the mindsof
.: \ ,'. ixjfch gr.fs : car was overturned but was said not done in Clewiston in this ;very needy
, -;, .,also ,considering, the employ- to have been' seriously damaged- complication.Lieut. cause these youngsters to active and

'.' men; '.)i Ninother, ..second: grade:teach ?* The' ,5 uth American cadet: whose Nickerson was first taken! JThese useful channels during their- leisure

er as this large group last year name was not learned, is one ot. a ill while on. ,a week-ejid :visit with: garments ,were made' for time.. : I ....,' I." .
necessitated the two "Mr. and Mrs jTPTRiddle. in ,Miami ,domestic and foreign war relief and
employment of
group now taking a refresher course "o.ver the-'nalion Through his many years of work
tea'chers.lrs. and after his return to the volunteers have completed -,
first grade field here
at Riddle Field. He, with severalof 24 :millions of such garments. JV'tli"'clrcir Rev. Downey was able

::\ Mary Baker has ', 'signed as the group, were making their home was sent to the Fort Myers Hospital This supply is considered adequate i to give the, psychoIogicar'reaciioSW: l ,

seventh grade teacher and Miss at the 'Royals ,Apartments and it 'is for examination and treatment. The youngsters to" many different problems ,
by national Red Cross headquarters
Geraldine Galloway as home eco- said that he asked to borrow Mrs. examination disclosed the gravity of and to explain in detail the -

nomics instructor. Mrs. B. J. Royals' car 'for the trip to Miami 11'0 his condition and after a few weeksin and no further until sewing quotas are I stages of a youth's development.The .
being made such time as there !
Fort Myers sent Atlantafor
he was to
Bjornsen is expected to sign very the wedding tf a friend. Mrs. is an indication of its needs. talk was such an interestingone

soon and this will leave vacancies in Royals would not loan the car but further ,treatment but failed to that efforts will be made to have

the commercial, science ,and 'English agreed to take him down and it was respond ;and the end came quietly The local knitters have just com- Rev., Downey appear as guest speaker -

departments. Another teacher on the return trip that the accident Saturday evening, pleted the third quota of Armed on another Kiwanis program dur-

may also be hired in High School if occured. Lieut. Nickerson saw service dur- Forces knitting, having previously ing his stay in Clewiston.The .

funds permit.. Another group of Clewiston cadets ing the first World War as a ser- shipped five quotas of war relief
club stood for a moment in
These knitted garments
is said to have passed just geant in the Leicestershire Regiment knitting.
'I tribute to their fellow member,
injured and was assigned as an instructor to total 796. |
Two Injured OnLaBelle I after the accident and rushed the -- Lieu I J G. W. Nickerson, who passed

"' :. I man to the Pahokee Hospital an American training camp where he In addition to the garments made away on Saturday night in Atlanta.

' '>:," / Highway where he was given first aid. The,,.served until the end of the war. He I I for use outside the Clewiston area, Two new members'were presentedwith

following day he was brought to the f was married and had one son who is the chapter production room lias established -,
i I club buttons by' President W.
: an aviation cadet with the Royal Air a local emergency closet
('f: Clewiston 'Hospital and kept overnight C. Owen, Elbert L. Stewart and C.

< 1/'" (Hendry County 'News) before being'discharged.. i Force and is awaiting assignment tOI I and has it ready should occasion A. Thomas.

Little is known of Mrs. Royals a training school, probably in arise where it might be needed here.
i' Mrs.
Lois Hunt her I
, 10-year-old
, immediate family. She has residedin : America, for his flight training. I I In this closet are 7 hospital bed
>, son, Norman Hunt of Clewiston, and Register For
I shirts 5 operating gowns; 5 wo- Many
.' Clewiston for a number of years The body of Lieut. Nickerson was ;

j' her father, Edward, McCardel of Fort and her husband is now in active laid to rest Tuesday of this week in II I mens bed jackets; 3 knit afghans and

'1! :Myers: were taken to Lee Memorial service with ,the U. S. Navy Sea-Bees, Oakwood Cemetery in Montgomery, '80 layette articles. Special ElectionCarl

Hospital in Fort Myers early Wednesday believed to be located somewhere in Alabama. The chapter is shipping this week

, ,morning .after being injured Alaska. Efforts to contact, him had 46 olive drab sleeveless sweaters for
Lieut. Nickerson was the oldest
H. Berner, president of the
i \ shortly after midnight in an automobile been unavailing at last reports here our Armed Forces, this being the
officer at Riddle Field in point of
Clewiston Voters' League, states
wreck' on the West Palm third quota. The first armed forces
and the body of Mrs. Royals was be-
service at the field and had host
a that the registration of voters for
Beach highway a mile and a half ing held in a Miami mortuary to knitting quota consisted of 45 olive
of friends Clewiston.
in He was election to be held Au-
the special
west of the courthouse. await his instructions. drab sleeveless sweaters; 47 pair
I most with the other officersas
gust 31 to determine whether coun-
drab and, 20 pair sox.
Mrs. Hunt was driving her father olive sox navy
well the cadets and his
as passing ty commissioners shall be elected
Tack to his home in Fort Myers and The second contained 47 olive drab
War Finance CommitteeTo will be distinct loss to the'field..
a on. .a district or a county-wide basis
1 pair of
sweaters and
I as she attempted to pass a. car going sleeveless ,,
.... He was an active member of the was most satisfactory and that the
1 In the same direction the left rear navy sox.
t Meet On August 13 Clewiston Kiwanis Club. supervisor of registration will returnto
tire on her car blew out and the maL War"relief knitted garments were
} chine turned over, according to the --- completed as follows: 1st quota, Clewiston on August 18, 19 and

Apply At Rationing 2nd quota, 29 3rd quota, 57; 20 to register any others there 'may
story told by State Road PatrolmanR. The War Finance Committee (ifthe' 14.. ;
be whose not already on
E. Hamrick who was called to 4th quota, 261; 5th quota, 131. names are
U. for Hendry
S. Treasury
Board August 1-10 careful knitting ,and saving of the county registration books.
the .
scene by Tech. Sgt H. T. Mc- County will be organized and in- By
. Lemore of of wool left from these Fifty-two registrations were made
Buckingham Field who every scrap
formed of its work at a conferenceto
other For Ration Book 3 here last week but in the western
was driving the car. be held In the Courthouse in La- (Continued on Page 4)
side of the ,county only six new registrations -
All three occupants of the wrecked Belle at 10:30: a. m. on Friday, Au- I announced.
car received cuts and bruises about gust 13th. Wright Resigns As
the bead and body. Dr. C. E. Weaver This committee which will handle The local War Price and Ration-

who gave first aid treatment, ac- the Third War Loan of the Treasury ing Board will receive applicationsfor Ration Board Member Dates For Mailing
Ration Book No. 3 during the
companied Patrolman Hamrick to September 9-30 in this section of
the Mrs. period from August 1 through August -I Xmas Gifts Given
hospital to take Hunt and Florida will coordinate the activi-

"Norman, while T Sgt. McLemore ties formerly conducted by the War 10, according to announcement M. S. Wright, a member of the

j, drove Mr. McCardle to Lee Memorial. Savings and Victory Fund Committees through the local ration board. Clewiston Ration Board since its in- --
> Anyone who did not receive: a No. The Post Office Department announced -
The accident occurred in front of in this county. ception, has tendered his resignationas
: the Jackman : This is .,3 book during July or who has not It this week that those wish-
place. Patrolman one of a series of confer- a member of the board was an-
"Hamrick said that the '37 filed an application should apply at W. N. Martin, ing to send Christmas gifts and
car, a ences being held this month in every nounced this week by '
'" 'Chevrolet Sedan, was a total wreck. county in Florida to be conducted by the rationing board immediately. chairman of the board. Another :I cards to men overseas with the Army
The-LaBelle Motor Company wrecker Karl Lehmann, of Jacksonville, Executive When applications have been mail Clewiston man has been recOJu"mended must mail them between the datesof

hauled it to the Ford garage, I Manager of the Florida War ed but no books received, the applicant for the position but until September 15 and October 15.

I Finance Committee of the U. S. I should present the stub of approval is received from Washington Gifts must-be not more than five

.. Henry J. Kaiser, the ship building Treasury Department and he will be his original application blank to the his name will not be announced. pounds in weight and shall be designated -

;; wizard, is reported by the American associated in these conferences with board. If"the stub has been lost, the Mr. Wright is now a Link instructor as Christmas parcels on the

Machinist to be considering the the following other officers of the applicant will fill out a special form at Riddle Field and his work re- wrapper. This applies to all men

,: manufacture of a low 'priced motor Committee, all of whom will be unable and will receive books by mail quires him to work largely at night whose address contains an APO'

' car-a light weight, economically to attend any one of these con- though there may be a slight ad- and has prevented him attending the number.

- ,operated model that will sell for ferences, but one or more of them'will ditional delay. : essential meetings of the boards He Slightly more time is given for

around $400. and be marketed by attend every conference.War Both late and new applications felt that this was imposing too greata Navy parcels but these must be mail-

.'t filling stations throughout the coun- Finance Chairman 'V.V.. turned into the ,rationing board will hardship 'on the other bqard mem- ed before November 1. The same

try on a cash-and-carry basis after McEachern, President of the Union be forwarded to the State Book Con- bers and asked to be relieved of the size and marking restrictions will

jjie war., (Continued on Page S) (Continued on Page Sf' duties. affect these parcels. .



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WHITE ,.01-Y' W.N.U.FEATURES Questions 7. How long did federal prohibition -

i 1. Where is the Valley of Ten last in the United States?
The story of way-they ammunition. Ten miles of
THE STORY SO FAR: same were plantation most no 8. What
their part In the battle for the ,Philip owners and could speak the dialect.It hard-surfaced road connected it witha Thousand Smokes? the approximate
pines Is being told by four of the fivenaval was a forty-two-mile hike over town where the Japs had landed.He 2. What state's name means civilian population of Alaska?
officers who are all that Is left "red people"? ..
steep trails which crossed five moun- said a Jap tank had come up
of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 3. They 3. What is the chemical The Answers
tain ranges. the road the first day but had turned symbol. _
are Lieut. John Dulkeley (now commander Lieutenant "The second day we heard planesat ,around and gone back. Why hadn'the for/gold? 1. The Valley of Ten Thousand
Commander), squadron ; .
Lieut. R. B. Kelly, second-In-command; dawn and all scrambled back out blown up the bridges? No dynamite 4. What name is given to a per- Smokes is in Alaska. .

and Ensigns Anthony Akers and George of sight ,in the hut-peering up What was he going to do if son who derives pleasure from in- 2. Oklahoma.

E. Cox Jr. Returning from what turned through the palms. It was three the Jap tanks came again? What flicting pain? 3. The chemical symbol for gold

out to be their last raid against the bombers in formation. could he do, he asked, but evacu 5. What opera was based_on the is Au.

Japs in the Philippines, the PT boats "Somebody said, pointing, 'Why, ate? I noticed they had all their assassination of King Gustave III 4. Sadist.

were bombed and strafed by Jap dive look-they're ours!' But I could gear packed into a bus, and that of Sweden? 5. "The Masked Ball."

bombers. The men scattered, and Lieut. hardly believe it-even when I saw under their uniforms they wore their 6. The separation of complex 6. Dispersion of light.
from the others, ac
Kelly cepted, an separated Invitation to stay at the home the stars on their wings, even whenI civilian clothing. And I couldn't light into different colored rays is 7. Thirteen years. "

of a friendly American at Cebu. The heard the faraway rumble of their blame them. But they helped us called what? 8. Approximately 72,000.

Jap attack on Ccbu had already begun. bombs dropping on the Japs in Cebu. comb the place for boats, and we

They were the first American bomb- finally located enough bancasto, car-

ers we had seen since before the ry us, and shoved off at dusk.

\ CHAPTER XIV start of the war. Then we heard "We arrived at the next island

some more planes-looked up, and I soaking wet but thankful, and gladwe !"YIIIcAbi1Condensed
"It was a hell of an explosion again they were American, a new I were halted on the beach by native -
which woke me up in the dark, and type with a split tail I'd never seen volunteer guards with home-

for a minute I didn't know where I before but which I learned later were made rifles, instead of by the Japs.

was. Through my window which, B-25's; and now I realized that here
"Here I said good-by to the Amer-
harbor Milk Cow? A Knockout
overlooked the town and the
American offensivetheone I
was our big
beyond, I could see a fire rising on which we thought had poopedout ican civilians. They owned sugar: "It says here that a doctor founda Husband (endeavoring to clinch his
and and wantedto
coconut plantations
argument)-Well, seeing is believing!
the outskirts. I looked at my wrist collar button in a cow's stom-
all on us morning we get to their families. Then they Wile Inaccurate usual-/ see you
4:25. They were ach.
watch. It :
was sunk the cruiser. Here it
was would try to get them to safety but every day!
awake in the house now. Then camean "That's a lot of ballyhoo-how
last-three days too Because in where was safety? Or maybe, in-
even bigger explosion and a flame the meantime Bataan had fallen, stead of wandering from island to island could a cow" get under a bedroom. I Revised Version
times high. My American, dresser?
as and Cebu. it would be better to wait for Sergeant-Always remember it
host came back from the telephoneand "Because we little guys-the ones the Japs in their homes. They is the duty of a good soldier to die

said that one was the Philip who are expended-never get to see couldn't decide. The whole easy, Qualifying Himself for his country.

pine Refinery; the Japanese were the broad picture of the war, never Buck Private-Nuts
comfortable American world was "When did the robbery occur? the to that. It's
coming and the Americans were find out the reasons back of the cracking up fast in those islands. It cross examining lawyer asked the witS the duty of a good soldier to make
the town. I hustled into
blowing up moves or failures to move. We only wasn't nice to watch. ness. the enemy soldiers die for their
my clothes to get back into the city.I see our part-look up through the "I think -** he began. country.

wanted to rejoin my three men, ..._tt "Meanwhile I caught a ride in a "We don't care what you think; we
--- ,
but I was stopped on the road by car to the island's military head- want to know what you know remarkedthe -

the army-no traffic, everybody must lawyer. .
where there
get out. It was 5:30: and by now { y.t quarters was a generalin "Well, I may'as well get off the stand
command, and told the army lieu- then said the witness "I can't
one-third of the city was in flames. talk
tenant at the desk that I wanted to
uPeople'were streaming out- xS without thinking. I'm no lawyer?
get over to the island beyond, pro-
and few of our i(
Americans a
some MAKESU 't
them the morn- \ / vided the Japanese hadn't already "Imagine my embarrassment," Io
navy. From during taken it-what did he know? said Dumb Dora, "when, according -
I heard that the Japs had come
ing -
"Well, he said, he didn't know for : to my usual custom, I looked
back and bombed what was left of
Well sure, but he didn't think the Japs under the bed before retiring; I
our 34 boat on the beach. ,
had taken it. had forgotten that I was in an
that was over. "I asked him when he had last berth."
"Then I heard that Bulkeley fx communicated with military headquarters MEAT GOES FAR
wasn't dead-his boat escaped and there.
1 1c over Well Ain't It?
in Mindanao. That Brant- ,
was ingham now had burned his 35 boat sit- "About a month ago, he said. An oral geography test was in WITH ALL- BRAN
"Well, I said, this was urgentIhad "
there 'Dad' Cleland's marine asked the
ting on progress. "Johnny,
to find out quick-wasn't there
railway-at least the Japs wouldn'tget teacher, "what is a bay?" "
of getting in communication -
any way
it. That Ensign Richardson had with them! ? "A bay," answered farmer John- BRANBURGERS"Here's
assembled what left of our men "is a" brown "
was 'he ny promptly, horse.
"Well, said, he guessed he
and-rjoined up with our naval forces a new way to serve that old
wouldall rr'J could pick up the telephone on his favorite, the hamburger. Make it with
Mactan Island where they
on desk and call them. But, he explained KELLOGC'S ALL-BRAN to Stretch the
try to escape to the island of I was new around here and From an old French word "mes" meat supply,to give the popular ham-
It the last I ever heardof burger new interest, and to
Leyte. was M didn't understand the local situa- derived from the' Latin word "missus" nutritional benefits-valu-

them. ,dlia tion. It seemed that his generaland meaning a course at a meal, able proteins, carbohydrates! vitamins
"The Japs had already landed the general over on the other comes the Army's name "mess"for and minerals. ,

twenty miles down the coast of Cebu island didn't get on at allhadn'tliked its breakfast, dinner and' 'sup Kellogg's All-Bran Branburgers

-also at two other points. each other since West Point. per. Favorite meal with the soldier 1 1 tablespoon

'Well, what can I do?' .I asked ) 'You fellows may think you're fight- is chicken, dinner-his favorite 2 teaspoons egg salt chopped parsley

.the army. ', ,,_, t ing the Japanese,' he said, 'but here cigarette, Camel. (Based on actual 2 J/i tablespoons teaspoon pepper 1 a/i cup milk catsup
'Nothing,' they .said"' 'Maybe y we know better. The frontline sales records from service men's minced onion 1 cup cup Kellogg's

; you'd like to'join the other evacuees trenches of the real war are be- own stores.) A carton of Camels, 1 All-Bran beef
pound ground
who are assembling at Camp X'- tween these two generals.' However, by the way, is a gift that's always Beat egg slightly, add salt, pepper '

an army stronghold inland which he said, my case made it different, welcome. And though there are onion, parsley, milk, catsup and
was going to hold out all through the m". and since I was a naval officer and Post Office restrictions on pack- All-Bran.Let soak until most of moisture -

war until help came from the States. therefore, so to speak, a neutral, he ages to overseas Army men, you is taken up. Add beef and mix

"I couldn't make up my mind, so y thought he could take it on his own can still send Camels to soldiersin thoroughly.Bake in hot Shape oven (450, intoF.)12 about patties.30(

'I waited at this American's house for responsibility to call up headquarters the U. S., and to men in the minutes or broil about 20( minutes.

I something better to turn up, and on' the other island and ask in Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard Yield: 6 servings (12 2% inch bran-

meanwhile watched the Japs inva- my behalf if the Japanese had land- wherever they are.-Adv. burgers.)

sion from the second-story windows. ed yet. .

"He rang them up, and then reported -
"The invasion of Cebu was on a "I waited at this American's house that at the other end of the + t.

penny-ante scale-we could have for something better to turn up." wire they were talking something

stopped them if we'd had anythingat which wasn't English or Spanish.

all," said Lieutenant Kelly. "They palm trees at the seamy side of it, Maybe it was Tagalog, which he

had a destroyer, two transports, anda so when something poops out, and didn't speak himself, but just in

couple of interisland steamers nota help ,doesn't com'e, and everythinggoes case it was Japanese I had probably they say:
to hell we can only hope help
hundred feet long."I ,
other of
better find goingto
some way I'
didn't come in time for some sensible SIDE MEAT
watched them tie up at about Mindanao. for anything very good

ten o'clock in the morning at the reason like bad weather conditions "How the war between the -

only remaining dock and disembark. ; in Australia. We hope, but at erals came out I never learned gen-; EAGLE DAY" for pay-day
Meanwhile the three the time we can't be sure, and we I tt
seaplanes (
yes, mad. maybe their finishing .it in a Japa- BOG POCKET'1 for tightwad
the same ones) were flying over prison
the city, dropping leaflets in Eng- bunch"That of afternoon troops; we they bumped had into come a "It took me days to get to Mindanao tl CAM E L" for the favorite cigarette with men .
lish telling the Philippines to sur- around through the islands, beg-
from: Camp X. It seemed that at f in the Army
render 'We friend and
are your ging rides in cars, hiring small
three; o'clock in the morning a sentry -
reward for
offering a any boats to cross.little island channels.
heard a noise, called out 'Haiti'and !
American, dead or alive, and a My objective was to join Bulkeley,
answered tank
was by Jap fire.
handsome reward: for any American hadn't who, they had said in Cebu, had CAMELS
Somebody gotten around to
Officer or his body. Nice
guys. and in
escaped the destroyer was
blowing up that road from Toledo. So
Meanwhile two Zero fighters were Mindanao. I wanted to make my
now impregnable Camp X was no SURE ARE
strafing the automobiles trying to
report of my part of the battle to 'a
more, all American forces on the island -
I get out on the road.
him as commander of our squadron.
routed and
t "Meanwhile I had been asking the were everythingwas SIDE MEAT
I going to pot. General Sharp, who commanded the I '
army what.was so good about Camp hit little native village island, surely could tell me' wherehe
"Finally a
X. Well, it was way up in the hills, on the we coast and started looking -- was. t WITH ME THAT
they said. It would take days of "A Chinese mestizo who was doing
I for boats but the said
walking over ,footpaths, because all mayor smuggling business of luxury .:,..
there were ''none-the native troops a a; SWELL TASTE AND
the roads into it blown
I up. had used them to evacuate that day. articles among the islands finally

'But won't the Japs come after But they were swell to usalwaysout : landed me, for an enormous pricein !? *>\
you? in the country they were swellto pesos, at a tiny'village on Mindanao EXTRAVULDftESS
'Oh, they'd never' do thatit'stoo which had been abandoned by
us-ignorant guys, maybe, but r.
hard to get to.' nice and kind as they could be. I everybody but one old man, who Xy" ;o a:} t >> { } IS THE TOPS// :<

"What about equipment and guns? remember on the trail we overtooka said yes, a torpedo boat had beenin

Well, they had a radio station, food ramshackle cart and a few natives there the week before, and with

1 for several months, a few hundred and an old native woman gave gestures drew a pretty good pictureof
troops and a few rifles. The more I the cart driver hell for not puttingthe Bulkeley's black beard.' But he
heard about Camp X, the more distrustful there
baggage in his cart-said we said they'd been only a few

I I got, and meanwhile, a report Americans were fighting for their hours, and left for he knew not
came in that'the Japs had landed people and they should help us. where. Then he asked when the

1 at Toledo. I looked at my map- "The driver tried to pile it on, Japs were coming. Because all the

I it was the standard map the army but it broke his cart down. He villagers had left, because they FRTN THE SERVICE

used for operations, put out by the wouldn't take any money-just said were afraid they'd be killed, but I

I Standard Oil Company with all their he was sorry' he couldn't help us didn't think the Japs would kill an The favorite cigarette with men in the -.' 3

filling stations marked-and saw thata more. In those days in the jungleI old man, did I? Army,Navy,Marines, and Coast Guard ,

'good road led directly from ,Toledo learned more about how nice the "I hopped a ride on a truck on is Camel. (Based on actual sales records : ;t

to Camp X. So I asked the simple Filipino people are than I'd down to Iligan, and there was Bulke in Post Exchanges and Canteens.E .) tau

army why the Japs wouldn't use it. learned in months in Manila; I also ley's 41 boat, tied to the dock!

"'Oh, we're going to blow that up, learned the more Americanized'theyare "The first person I saw was En

just like the others.' the lousier they are. sign Cox here, and his mouth

"But the whole Camp X plan looked "Leaving this village, we kept on dropped open. After a few seconds,

lousy to me. down the road to an even tinier one he said, 'Good God! I heard you

i "So I started off by'myself for the on the coast-still looking for boats. were dead!' One by one the crew A

I other coast, hoping I could get out We found a military headquartersand would come up, stare, then step up

to some other island where the Japs a Filipino third lieutenantjusta to shake my hand and say, 'Gee,

hadn't come yet. I joined up with kid-in command of twenty native Mr. Kelly, we're glad to see you!' "

some civilians who were going the troops, no machine guns and al- (TO BE CONTINUED)

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Mrs. Bronson was perturbed to I The sun turned eJl th
find that the three pounds of meat SUNDAY

she had bought had disappeared.Her Sussson sky to'qold

husband, helping in tho I
By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. And scattered
noticed what he took to be GE sptJ'kleson :
search, p Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. .
a guilty look on the family cat'a (Released by Western.. Newspaper Union.) SCEEEN ADIQ the se: ..

face, and pointed to her and said, J By VIRGINIA VALE \
"There's your meat." Released by Western Newspaper Union.NORMAN It made the. whole
Lesson for August
"Why, no," objected Mrs. Bron- A SERIES OF -- POWELL, son of world beautiful ; -

son, "that little thing couldn't get 'SPECIAL ARTICLES Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected and Joan Blon- And then it -
away with all that meat." 8Y7NELEADINGWAR and copyrighted by International 1
Council of Religious Education; used bj dell, is the proudest little boy in
"Well, let's weigh her and see," CORRESPONDENTS permission. simply sunburned \ '
suggested the husband. Hollywood. He's wearing ser- ...

They did so. :; GOD DELIVERS HIS PEOPLE geant's stripes and a decora- "'me." ...
R.TC 1
tered exactly tion. Dick was telling about it .

"Yes," i 12:51.LESSON TEXT-Exodus 5:22. 23; 6:1.7; on the set of "Riding High," in %

"there's the i GOLDEN TEXT-Call upon me In the dayof which he's working with Doro- \
trouble I will deliver thee and thou
Where's the cat?
shalt glorify me.--Psalm 50:15. thy Lamour and Victor Moore. WNU Features.

!! I Seems Sergeant Elmer Taylor,

Why doesn't God do something? stationed at Honolulu, who's

Ber People are quick to ask such a ques- been a fan of Norman's, parents for ON THE
ca nxR tion in a time of crisis. Today they years sent the youngster'' a small NTE
H THA 1 burn want to know why God permits the set of stripes and a replica of the (HOME ;

war to go on. In the day of our Purple Heart which the sergeantwon. 1
lesson Moses wanted to know why P5

God did not deliver His people'fromEgypt. ___;'"r---

fefFOR He and Aaron had been appointed Joan Crawford has had such 'ar. .
: of God to lead them out, but interesting career, carved out by her TF* YOU are furnishing a combination -.
their first efforts only met with fail- living and dining room
own ambition and energy as well as
A Soothing
S with odds and ends from the fam-'
ANTISEPTIC ure and increased persecution.I. her talent, that we, can look for> her
ily attic why not use paint and
Used by thousands Moses Said, "Thou Hast Not to take another big step forwardnow
inexpensive fabrics to harmonize
cults for 40 years- Delivered Thy People" (Exod. 5:22, that she has changed studios.
ents. Get Carboil at unrelated pieces?
Spurlock-Neal Co., 23). Somebody said that Bette Davis
Here a combination chest and
When the efforts of Moses brought dish has been '
"" cupboard made
2-! -1: :? "
Crabs heavier burdens on the people they
blamed him and Aaron for making
Crabs in
their situation worse. This sorrow
trees nip off the ,
and shame made them doubt God's
the ground, and calling and commission. How quickly -
side through the Ar 'yy u; ; !' ;'
men are discouraged in their pur- 1 M oX9 r.o Y
pose to serve God. o af ;;0.rkeo

The people were wrong in their yJ oK f ;tf.AS r'o

attitude. They should have been
qq'c f patient. They ought not to have as- AFTER ,7 _

sumed that the loss of the first MIRROR

skirmish meant the loss of the whole J, SUPPORT UPSIDE It I Ie
s. campaign.Are DOWN '
we not just like them? ,The OF CUPBOARD

I new.minister or the recently elected BEFORE ?t,
NYn Sunday school superintendent makesa

mistake and instead of helping L.. :f ; 7T ,{J d from an old dresser. The cup-
;JS 4 4 ::.: /i f> : him to pick up the pieces and start'over board at the lower right sits on
JOAN CRAWFORD. of the dresser and
top a quarter
we decide that he just will
round molding nailed to the dresser
r.l; z not do, that we must have change. would have to look to her laurels, top holds plates in place. Both

S Even though the people were with Joan right on the ground, andas dresser and chairs are painted

wrong, however, the, man of God, willing as Bette is to play un- cream color and quaint Dutch designs -
should not have lost his faith and sympathetic parts if they're good in gay colors are stenciledon

accused God of failure to keep His ones. Just give ,Joan a couple of them. The chair seat covers

promise. He was supposed to have good pictures and she'll have the box repeat the colors in these designs.

learned the lesson of patience in the office eating out of her hand, as she ,
e e e
long years on the backside of the' did in her palmiest days.
NOTE: The painted and stenciled designs

desert. Had he the
forgotten :
expe- ,used by Early Dutch settlers In
rience' of the burning bush? Danny Kaye, who will make his America are full of sentiment for us to

A DAB I II. God Said, "I ,Am Jehovah, film debut in Samuel Goldwyn's "Up day. The Dove of Peace and Hearts and
Flowers were favorites.. Mrs. Spears has
Thou Shalt See What I will Do" in Arms," has accepted an invita- prepared a large sheet of authentic de-
KEEPSP (Exod. 6:1-7). tion from the Entertainment'National signs with complete instructions and color
In other words, 'Moses was to 'remember Services Assn., Inc., to make a guide for decorating furniture and other
that he was dealing with two-month tour of recreational cen- household articles. Ask for Pattern 262 '
and enclose 15 cents. Address:
New cream : the Eternal One, unchangeable, and ters in the British Isles and Africa.

underarm always true to His word and ableto '"
make His will come to pass. Assignments for Susan Hayward Bedford Hills New. York.

like 1. Not vanishing stiff, not cream messy! Victoryl:1 God's covenant with His peoplewas are stacking up these days. She's Drawer 10

established (v. 4). He had heard booked to play Loretta Young's Enclose 15 cents for Pattern No.
Actually soothing- 262.
right after shaving. their cry (v. 5)) and His deliverancewas younger sister when Paramount" Name................................
sure (v. 6). The only thing makes "And Now Tomorrow, a
8. Won't rot delicate Moses had to do was to wait and nice role, and Samuel Bronston has Address..............................
4.Keeps soft I Yodora see God work. arranged to borrow her to play the
waste far.
Yet hot climate_ That word "wait" is a little one. wife of Jack London in the film

prove this daintier It seems ,to call for no effort, to be based on London's life, which he'll
make for United Artists release. RHEUMATIC PAIN
of fulfillment it
arms immaculately easy ; yet, seems to
'Michael O'Shea will play Jack Lon
severe conditions. Try be the hardest thing for a human Heed not Spoil year Day-Git after It Hew
/ Jars-lOtf, 80#, 60(,'. being to do. Men' who carry the don.. Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve -
Inc.,Bridgeport burden of active, warfare with ease ;:( -- pain of muscular rheumatismand
Sounds incredible, but we're told other rheumatic pains. Caution:
and with honor become
discouragedand Use only as directed. First bottle
sick when they must sit in a that Bob Hope's nose, thanks to his purchase price back if not satisfied.60c .
prisoner's concentration 'camp and wise cracks, has become so famousin and $1.00. Today buy C-2223.

wait for deliverance. England that a promontory near
Torquay has been named "Hope'sNose"
DEODORANT Christians who can speak and -that the comedian receivedthe o .
work for God when things active
are -
news while he was still at workon SNAPPY FACTS
and moving become querulousand '
"Let's Face It.
despondent when they have to '" ABOUT
1fJ wait for something to happen, or George Reeves' nose is sort of I
when they are laid aside for a time.
famous, too; it's been seven
His promise is sure. That is not
times. He's the young man riJriRUBBER 0
'U+ just a religious sentiment. It is a was snatched out of Westerns to play :
fact, and it ,is proved by history. opposite Claudette Colbert in "So
rq Note that in the of MosesHI.
case ''
As'for the
Proudly We Hail! nose
History Said, "It Came to -he was a boxer when he went to
Pass the Selfsame Day" (Exod. 12: Pomona Junior'collegewon the Millions of wild Hevea seeds
from Brazil have been sent to
51) Golden Gloves heavyweight cham- countries and
neighboring as
Moses had to take God's word for three
pionship of the city years- far north as Central Americain
for "the'selfsame day," which we and his nose was broken seven times. the extensive program
read here came later. It came in ---'t'. -
i Large Bottiet! ntf ) ;- under way to encourage rubber
IT ill SODD DRUE mm If God's own time after He had, A perfect piece of casting took development in the Western .

McNEIL through Moses, humiliated and bro- place recently when Ralph Willeverwas hemisphere. Congress appropriated
530 Broad Street- ken the" hard will of Pharaoh. Then given the role of a sailor in $500,000 in 1940

He gave His people the great me- NBC's "Just Plain Bill." That was to stimulate rubber plantingin
morial feast of the Passover teach- the Americas. '
God \ his first job after he was rescued
ing them the needed lesson that :redemption from a torpedoed troopship off Ice- I
God the first is the' of India rubber pontons and ponton
by shedding blood.In land, and was honorably dischargedas
used the U.S.
the first city boats were by government
that Jehovah did
night bring a result of disability. 100 years ago.They were
the children of Israel out of the ,r---' made of coated canvas In three

land of Egypt. That deliverancewas Lionel Barrymore has inherited a compartments, each Inflated by a
as certain the day He made the distinction that formerly belonged to separate tube. They were Inflated :
first promise to Abraham (v. 3, and Joan Crawford; when she left MGM by a hand bellows and collapsed :

Gen. 12:1-3) hundreds of years 'before recently, she'd had a continuous con- and sank with the slightest leak. 1j 1

as it was now that it had been tract longer than any other 'player. j

accomplished., Barrymore is starting his 18th year [
History is really God's story, revealing with the studio. His next picture,
e His outworking of His plan "Three Men in White," will be his
for mankind. The torn and blotted 63rd for Metro.
man's handiwork. ---'", -
pages are, Sin ;-
and unbelief have caused him to Years ago, when Rita Hayworthwas
hinder the work of God, but God is still a stock player, she reported -
not defeated, and in the midst of for work one morning to Seymour

man's self-created chaos, He pro- Felix to dance as one of 40 girls.
ceeds quietly to work out His own "This morning," said he, "I want REGoodrichIt

purpose. you to think, act and dance like
The many prophecies of Scripture Marilyn ,,Miller." The other day
which have been fulfilled not only she arrived for work in "Cover Girl"

prove its divine inspiration, but and heard him giving orders to 40
Get demonstrate its dependability. Every girls. "This morning," said he, "I

For Full promise of God is "yea and want you to think act and dance _

for males, but 17 years for females amen" in Christ (II Cor. 1:20, 21). like Rita Hayworth." \ '
We can count on that!

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The Clewiston News My Trip To and New Year's Day dinners on through Good now-coupon No. 13 valid valid for 10 gallons.

every battle-front. Aug. 15 for five pounds. Sept. 30-Coupon No. 5 of old'

F. F. A. CampBy The request also carries an appealto Stamps '15 and 16 in book No. 1 ration expires.

Published every Friday in Clewiston. processors, packers, hotel and good for 5 pounds for canning. Cooking coupon good any time.
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS. restaurant operators, and consumers I

Tnc. Eddie. BaileyIn to forego selling, serving, or GASOLINE RATION BOOK HI
time it is the goal "f Good now No. 6 in '
peace eating turkey for a few weeks during stamp A If you did not
KEATIILEV BOWDEN, Editor get a No. 3 book,
every high school student taking vocational the early season until this urgent book. wait until Aug. 1 then take it up

agriculture to win one of requirement for American militray with the rationing board. .

the various trips,' open to the mem- forces is met. Once the emergencyis FUEL OIL i Have your tires inspected reg-

Entered as second clues mail matter bers of.the. Future Farmers of met indications are that later in Period 1 coupons of new ration ularly.
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office indecision America. These trips consisted of the fall-well before Thanksgiving
Florida, under the Act of
March 3, 1897.SJbsulptlon livestock judging, the Florida State Day-civilians can begin to eat whatis

Fair, the Annual F. F. A. Leadership likely to amount to an all-time :.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-%.:..:-:........:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
Training Conference, the Annual record supply of turkeys.It y

Rate $2.00 Per Yenr. State F. F. A. Convention, and the is the "early bird," officials
t ti
Advertising Rates On Application. Forestry Camp. Due to acute war plained, which is needed to fulfill CLEWISTONGOLF :_.

conditions only the latter three were this emergency. Shipments must be |

and welfare held. These three were combined made to assure arrival of the
Devoted to the advancement so as i r
of Clewiston and Hendry County. and held together at the State F.F.A. turkeys for holiday dinners over- COURSE 1:
Camp known as Camp
Forestry seas. This will make it necessaryfor XA'

I O'Leno. producers to market them in A X
Camp O'Leno is located In O'Leno :: :A.X :
ample time for processing. Pro- ;
NATIONAL EDITORIAL State Forest a few miles north of cessors are expected to have two .5. .

ASSOCIATION High Springs, Florida. The camp million pounds ready for delivery ...

itself is a scenic spot on the banksof between September 1 and 15, AI I ,; ,: ..

the widely known Santa Fe River. another two million pounds between y -.1 .$.

The cabins are of the rustic type and 'I I September 15 and 30, and the remaining 3 ; The Number of Golfers Is Steadily
of out-of- i *
blend well into the spirit I six million pounds as soon v: : '.

door life. The camp is operated by I thereafter as possible.To A ,, f '*' -. :-'

_...... .. v. .v..... .. ....'"" ...M.. ............ .. .. .. ... I the State Forest and Park Service, make certain that processorswill |: *,- ,'.: Increasing .fl::.* r *'
and in charge by William F. Jacobs- have time to prepare the birds, :Y ,' '. ". .,''. : X

Too Late To ClassifyBy Assistant This year State the Forester.camp was attendedby and not that have American to go without fighting, producersare men will] :;: --, 21' .: .' .,. ," "......*.........*..*.........,..'.:....,....,......,.'I : '-;.,; ',' :'%f 01'
% .
hundred boys from I
well over a '
advised to begin now to sepa- :y.i 'i. :.. : :.t : :>
RUSSELL KAY schools all over the state. The camp rate the heaviest birds from their v: *4. %

schedule was well planned, the eleven flocks and them extra feed to '! "t. '
: Good Greens <
1 f.t. f\ |
; :
.... ........... .......... days spent at camp were busy, but finish them in time for the late ,0 .
:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : :,: : : : : : : : : : : : :M) .. .
enjoyable. The average day beganat .%. .?,:. ':
August and early September. mar- : I:
... .
% .
7:30 a. m. and taps were at kets. .. -. fJ',* :
Note: Russell Kay introduces a"guest" hours %* -: ,:" *..*.*.. .. *. .. .* *. .
,10:30 p. m. Between these Early marketings last :%f .* : : :* 'M4:42**;****4 :: :*"':, .o
this week, his season year "
columnist student in Journalism were sandwiched, work, play, classes', would have more than filled the ?; .- :'.:-. : :i:
daughter Peggy,
and field'trips. :%: x
State College for present emergency need of our

Women at, Florida who hopes to follow in was The hinged enjoyment around of two the swims camp life per armed this forces, but the delayed season ?: I MeeYowr Own Friends There : ..r"'''> together with feed
her Daddy's footsteps year Y .>
and the competitive between
day sports
scarcity, may reduce August and Y AY
cabins. Besides this there tj.
and a blank sheet of September marketings below normal.In :!: '
A typewriter
class sessions We
were two per day.
paper, according to Daddy, are live spite of weather and feed con- | Jf
learned some of the practical things
ammunition when a person uses themto ditions, total supplies in prospect for .:.
about forestry including the turpen-
1943 to '1942 y
," and are expected top production -
for the
"write papers
tine industry. The field trips werea Y h
should be handled accordingly.He I although they may fall short 0' .!.
also broadened
said I should keep in mind that l knowledge.lark, but The most interestingwere our i of the number needed to reach the i MEMBERSHIP :=
1943 ;%
editors all have waste-baskets and goal of 560,000,000 pounds of XYEARLY >
the three trips to Olustee, turkey meat.Sixth .>
blue pencils.In where we saw the Osceola National I A
spite of his timely warning, Forest, the Olustee Battle Monument DAILY GREEN FEES ::

here I go off the deep end: Red Cross-
the Experimental Still, and x
One of the first things they try to Florida Forest Service Tree Nursery.One -, <..XMXK N XMX N X N X N XMXwXKKMX..XMX N:N X N XK N X"X..XMX.'X'X'X'MJ.*ItX.:5x
in our' Journalismclass (Continued from Page 1)
impress upon us .
trip was made to Lake City to
is that you should get the facts garments, the chapter has completed

before you try to tell the story.I the first tobacco time I warehouse heard the, and chant for of the a and shipped .98 knitted garments. '..x N x N x N x M x..x N x..x N x N x N:.'X N x. N:N x N x N x N x N x N.x.x M XMX N:7X-x.:N".

got to thinking about that. and These were beanies, mittens, sox, and .! >:
itl auctioneer selling tobacco. It was
.*. /
small articles in which left J
feeems to me that "Get the Facts" the overs
like on the radio, only more exciting. A > J
mighty good advice and ought to apply of wool were utilized. A
Another trip was to Gainesville to
to' but also The sewed garments were shipped
not only journalists
visit a plant for creosoting lumber.
to everybody else in times like these. Each night we held sessions of the as follows: 1st quota, 117 gar- 1:: Let Us I ISupply

Busy as we are with the war effort State Convention and also sessionsof ments; 2nd quota, 12 garments; 3rd ... "

too many of us still indulge in I the Leadership Training Confer- quota, 30. garments and 20 layettesof S., !. s:

have tendency to 20 baby garments each 4th quota, .> ,. .
idle gossip and a ; .%: :' 1 J.
of the Florida Association of
pick up wild rumors, add to them, ence Future Farmers of America. At 135 garments and 50 layettes of 30( .%. ----.' I You With: '," .:.

and pass them on, thoughtlessly these meetings we elected state of- pieces each; 5th quota, 149 gar- :;: I..; .: ;( :.
% : : :
aiding the enemy. ments; ..and'6th quota, 326 garments. --J
ficers and transacted important business -

..... Riding home on a street car,or bus, of the association An 'extra shipment was made ; k'
we overhear a bit of"conv satio1 ; which contained 62 garments and 5 I r < I
The camping trip was enjoyed by /
We catch the word "riot" and later complete layettes with 155 pieces.
all who attended. It is well to
the word "shipyard" Just those mention that the food was excellent, This extra shipment was made pos- ::t_:: -. WINDOW CARDS .:,.' :::. :::

two words, but they are enough. we sible by 'skilful and economical cut .. .? .:-
in fact I gained eight pounds in 11 % :
put them together and we have a days That should give a fair esti- ting of materials. Material for all :;: :I:
riot at the shipyards. We tell some- mation of its nourishing qualities. but the first' two quotas 'were sent .|: :, RULED FORMS :..,. ., i

one else and they in turn tell others from National Red Cross headquarters *:. : '; *:*"
There are many more interesting ,, I
until have streets running in and in instance the .
we .items, but space will not permit every :|;: / LETTERHEADS > .:|
blood and the Governor calling out local chairman had a supply of ma- '' '
more.I .-di. ;
the Militia. All because we Jumpedat terial left over after the quota was :; -.: |:
write this item in attempt to inspire :: ; :. :::
conclusions and made no effortto filled. These made up an extra ship- | .. tl. .
other agricultural students to ,- : |
"Get the Facts." The conversation ment. _
next year's classes to seek and makea > Y I ': :_:
.f a :
that started such wild rumors The ,Junior Red Cross members I ," "
trip Forestry Camp. The tripis \ BILLHEADS |
was simply a shipyard worker tell- have knitted enough squares out of ,_o:' ". >-. '.\"
ing a friend about 'a-comedian who deemed so valuable that each year scrap wool to make 5 completed .' ,.,'V-. 0' :::
only a new boy is eligible. I've had ; .. :, i
entertained them during the noon my turn, and enjoyed it. afghans, each four by six feet.' Part :|;: fit : HANDBILLS I: : :!!
hour and was a "riot." of this wool was donated by local .
I wish to extend thanks Mr. :: M} : -Y
my to ; / .. )
You may say that is far fetched, knitters and it'' all consisted of short . ." : ;
Sharpe .
the local agriculture teacher I *: -
Isn't. like that lengths which suitable for. TICKETS 'I' *
but it Things hap- were : ; ; i.
for sponsoring me, and also to :;: ; ; _. < ( :;:
> : _
pen every day. Take the tragic oc- small squares. % : .. .
the state officials for the wonderful / .. 1:f.. \ '-,'.\' '
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curence at Detroit not long ago. It The last quota of sewed garments 0%. .;., --. ...;' t. ,
camping trip. : 1 E' T C .... -. ,: -, .. .
all'started over a dispute that didn'treally which was shipped on July 19th con- :?: .. ., .:
amount to anything. But sisted of 95 operating gowns, 51 1

someone started spreading the .rumor Boys Overseas Need womens 'and girls' petticoats, 65 wo- At low ::
a price surprisingly ;
that the blacks had arisen mens and girls' slips, 60 girls night- ,_. a. I
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against the whites. No one stopped Thanksgiving Turkey, gowns, and 55 womens nightgowns.Up .!. 'f'
t2 "ge! the Facts;" instead they to and including July 24th of y.

grabbed clubs or stones and like Ask for Early BirdsSons this year 102 Volunteer pins have

. maniacs staged a pitched battle. )1 been given to those who have worked ::i::

I suppose all of us are under a minimum of 100 hours at pro- r I

fctrafn! we find it easy to let our- of Uncle Sam fighting in the duction work. !

overseas theatres of'war must have .,.
selves go. We don't take time to -- -:---- f .

think things out and-apply common turkey for Thanksgiving, and so the The name "Cessna" promises to

horse sense, but jump at conclusions.We War Food Administration has asked be as universal as the name "Ford" Quality Printing
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don't spread rumors purposely; American turkey growers to pro- after the war, for Cessna Aircraft .:.
have formed bad habit and vide 10'million siJ
we just a approximately !
Company will turn its two big plantsto
find it hard to correct. I know I pounds of the luscious fowl in Au- :
am just as guilty as a lot of others work on the manufacture of iJ iii .g E I
gust and September, for shipment
and with less excuse, I guess, for standardized "family" planes as soon .

I'm supposed to have had some train- across, according to N. R. Mehihof, as Victory is won according to presi- Y Y

ing in the importance of "Gettingthe poultryman with the Florida Ex- dent Dwane, L. Wallace. Y

Facts/' tension Service. :
PHONE 39 :'
i Another dangerous thing about The turkey will supply the main RATIONING

spreading these false rumors is the course of Thanksgiving, Christmas, :: OUR REPRESENTATIVEWILL :: .

effect they have on us mentally and CALENDARMEATS .%. .:.

physically. A carelessly dropped 1 :;: CALL TO ASSIST YOU :!:'
remark can untold misery.
cause stop "blabbing" but we assume this Y

Maybe some soldier friend gripes refers to such things as the move- CHEESE, ''BUTTER, OILS 0%' ..:...

about conditions in his unit. We ment of ships, secret.'weapons, or AND CANNED 3HLK ''i:'. I .i.: '

pass it along and a mother or father specific military information that Rationed at 16 points a week in :%: .:,,,' ..:"..
become alarmed.. One or two men might be valuable to the enemy. It red stamps.T .%. ....

in some unit may have become ill does, but it applies equally to any and U now valid, V valid Aug. _:;: LET US ESTIMATE ON '\: :;::

and the story gets around that half thing, no matter how trivial, that 8, W valid Aug. 15, all good .. ." .:..

the men at Camp Somewhere are might in any way retard the war through Sept. 4. |:;: YOUR NEXT ORDER. ,,:,-' S ':!:

sick. Then it becomes an epidemicand effort or affect the life and welfare .. '
.. ; !:
I '. ; .i..
before you know it they are of another. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES .. ,..- .:..
dying like flies. Mothers and fathers I t ,.,
Idle gossip and false rumors can Rationed on blue coupons.N .

with become boys panic at that stricken.particular They camp clog do untold harm. Let's try and do P and Q valid through Aug. 7. II.Y S:- r. .'' -. .. .:V.:.
our part to stop them before they R, S and T valid Aug. 1 through % ..
telegraph and telephone lines or start. Rumor clinics have been established Sept. 7. I ,' Ii
burden transportation systems to
for the express purpose of .

reach their loved ones, all because helping you "Get the Facts." When SHOES THE CLEWISTON NEWS ,.. |;
someone didn't stop to "Get the : '
Facts." you hear something, don't pass it on Good now-Stamp No. 18 valid v, -> .

until you KNOW the facts. Keep through Oct. 31. y YY
We have all seen the posters busy and keep mum and you will be y

warning us to "button our lip" and ) serving your country in a big way. SUGAR c--. .... .."".--.ooy-.A..jt,... ..A.--. :.x.....x-w ..x.xKK-xK..x"-"V Mw< K



, was served to Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, be the one on which victory hangs?" nurses provide themselves.All management of the offices of the

Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs Wilson, Mrs. Louis has pretty well expressedthe nurses enterin the service committee.Five .

G. B. Thomas, Mrs. C. L. McClen- way patriotic civilians as wellas ,must agree to serve for the durationand major divisions will 'be set

[- Personals J JC. don, ,Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs D. G. soldiers feel. about. the strikes.' six months and to be sent wherever up for the state along with organizations

Alston and Mrs R. W. Bishop. needed, regardless of territorial. in 'each of the 67 counties.
-- Arthur Louis Burke, who is statIoned estrictions. The entire reorganization is to bet-

-- at Fort Benning and is at the effective prior to September 9 the
--- Any nurse who knows her job *
A. Martinez is on a business .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. Prisoner of War camp there, writes: should realize how much her servicesare date set for the launching of the?
"I wish to thank you for sendingme Third War Loan.Receiving .
,::' trip to points in Missouri. \ needed by the Army. No other
\ the 'News' each week, and also
person can contribute the service she
: ---
. ; to thank the person who paid the
E. M. Cornette was a business An "authorized" doctor is one Praise For
subscriptions for the boys in the
H\ : visitor in LaBelle Wednesday. With service. who forwarded a written statementto

the Florida State Board signifying -. Withholding Tax Chart
"Tho' I'm not very far from home, :
'7 :, Sgt Ray Bass of Camp Fisher, N. II his willingness to participate in
I do enjoy the news that I. read in
T here furlough last week. the Emergency Maternity and Infant
C., was Our I.
.: c' 1a Boy the paper. We, my )wife and baby BARTOW
Care Program and who in turn has Aug. 4FNSRayWalker (
" and I planning to home in
are go
",:,-,.. Mrs. J. L. Herndon Moore Ha- 4' been approved by the State Boanl Polk County school ,hoar
October if possible and all the
; v-": yen is spending a few days here with \ folks again. of Health to provide medical care. auditor, is receiving praise for a

\.;.." ., .. her sister, Miss Julia Dyess. \,43 In the "After being in the Army a year, After the form is completed it is Withholding supplied Tax to all chart teachers he preparedand 'in the

\.-- July 17th, I have been appointed to 'sent to the Bureau of Maternal and
.; :: Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff of Zellwood, It'I F1.. ,- the rank of Corporal, effective as of Child Health, State Board of Health, county as well as boards and organizations

::;," ', Fla., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. R. f 1r1J l Service July 20th. I am stationed at a Jacksonville 1, Florida. Here the in other counties.

.,) Krueger for several days. ci( : ;-t Prisoner of War Camp in Fort" Ben- application is reviewed and the State Auditor Bryan Willis ot
:" ,, patient and physician are notified
' k fling, and tho' I can't tell very Tallahassee praised Walker's chart
n Halson Avant is spending a r<<::
; Cpl. that is authorized.
care '
much about the place, I can say that
" '. with his parents here from highly, stating it was "exceptionallydevised
,: furlough In an emergency, medical or hos-
like well here
;, Fort Knox, Ky. ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:...:..: the I one it kind very of work that, since I'm it best is I pital care may be given before an. and of great value to both

suited to."Tell I application is sent in. However, the! private and public organizations.
Mr. and Mrs Irving McGee an- First-hand information concerning application should be completed within -!
, folks
girl all of the down thereto with a large supply of monthly pay-
" nounce the arrival of a baby on the military lives of Wilbur Goff keep buying War Bonds and one twenty-four hours and forwarded I Ito rolls. '---

." Saturday, August 31, in Lynch- and Dick, Hooks was given here last of these days we will see' happiness the State Board of Health. '

: burg, Va. week by Chief Petty Officer Ernest again." Field Director, and the.U.. S. O. It has been recommended for general

: ----- Clark, of Monticello, who was until Any of these agencies can send for use to the :State; Education department -

> Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs. E. W. recently stationed on the same South- Mrs. Arthur H. King has' received additional forms and information.The .
: and Mrs. ,J. A. Morrow were Clewis'-
Durst west Pacific island with the
a message from the War Department wife fills out the applicationand
Palm Beach Tuesday -
in West
visitors ton- boys. telling of the safe arrival of her son, takes it, together with her 'allowance -
., v I I Clark was given a medical discharge Walter Owen Winn (U. S. Marine card or a letter showing her FOR SALE Hybrid

I I following the loss of two Corps) overseas. husband's serial number to an authorized -

.: Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carlton half are fingers of his left hand, and re- doctor of medicine. The amarylis lily bulbs. Small
. the parents of an 'eight and a left the island where he
luctantly serial number is the only identification -
baby boy born Wednesday at County Housewives size J 12 for
" ,- pound was stationed with the same groupof she has to show. In the case $1.00 ; large
,r the Clewiston Hospital. Sea-Bees Goff and Hooks.
Navy as Urged To Increase of selectees the local selective ser- size 6 for $ J .00. See
There was little .that Clark could vice board can furnish their serial ,
., Mist Lois:; Payne, who has been tell, of course, but that little was ,. numbers.

visiting Miss Shirley Rodriguez tot I very reassuring to friends and relatives I Daily Fat SavingsOne Fred Topper, Ventura

. ._ several weeks has returned to her- of tho bOY He says Wilburand I' Avenue. 1
Orleans. .. I' War Savings ProgramIs tcg..
home in New __. Dick are well and working hard,
tablespoonful of waste household -
. I and doing a very important work
Bowden fats saved day by eachof Reorganized r
Keathley every Being
Mr. and Mrs. that will be of lasting benefit to the

left Tuesday for Tampa and other cause down under. They are safe, Hendry County's 1,455' families FOR SALE 5-room
in the state for a short vacation be con- during the second year of the WPB i
if anyone in the war can
sidered safe, The Japs have only fat salvage campaign would. provide JACKSONVILLE, Aug. 4-FNS) house on South Atlantic
-The U. S .Treasury is reorganizing
enough glycerine to make 69,840
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Oliver are the, bombed the island twice have, plenty and that of anti-aircraft shells, it was estimated the War Savings Program by merging :) Avenue. Inquire Beck's
proud parents of an eight pound son very lightly. today by the largest single collectorof the activities of the Victory Fund

born Wednesday at Lee Memorial good, substantial food. They miss this vitally-needed war material. and War Savings Committee, it wasannounc'ed Service Station. 2tp,
outside but are
seeing others from ,
Hospital in Fort Myers. fixed comfortably in a per- "Although only a !fraction of this this week.
up very
floored amount has been saved daily by the The new program will be headedup
with screened,
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Shave of Mi- manent camp as the War Finance Committee
tents and, other rough but comfor- average family, said T. A. Connors, PLACE )YOUR ORDERfor
ami spent the week-end here with head of the Great Atlantic & ,Pacific and W. W. McEachorn, of St. Pet-

; Mrs. C. R. Krueger. Charlotte table equipment.. Tea Company's national meat ersburg, president of the Florida Christmas cards with.

, : Krueger returned to Miami with department, "the steady increase in Bankers Association, will serve as
week's visit. Gus ,Cantrell, Jr., who has been general chairman. Mrs. W. R. Broaderick
::. \ them for a fortunate enough' to be stationed in contributions is very encouraging.
Collector of Internal Revenue for
May'and June housewives
of Sebring Jacksonville at the Naval Air Sta- During
: Mrs. Harry se'rve Prices reasonable.
turned in at our company stores as Florida, John L. Fahs, will as very *.
spent last week here with her sis- tion, and to get rather frequent
Broaderick. She left writes "To begin with, much waste fat as they did during vice-chairman. Name House
ter, Mrs. W. R. visits home. : worthof I imprinted. :
the drive's four months, and More than $500,000,000.00
Tuesday to make her, home in Fort life in the service is not so hard. Asa
our total collections for the year bonds and stamps have been 204 Park.
or'a Sugarland
Myers. matter of fact, the life yeoman -
:: purchased by the people of Florida
; is quite simple and interesting.We were more than 4,000,000 pounds.
:, ':. '. Mrs A. W. Sias and Mrs. Elberta begin work at eight in the morn- Indications are that nationwide during the first two years and the

Whidden are spending a few days in ing and are off at four in the after- results of, the campaign's initial ,year, payroll savings has developed until

Miami this week. Mr. Sias, who is noon. We sleep' as late as wevant, ending the first week in July, totaled. : there are 3,133, firms in the state
''Navy at Miami than 65,000,000 of employing 231',618 people with ;'aI'egular'
? in training with the that is until eight-and we retireat more pounds J. M. CAUSE

is expected to return with them this any hour we wish Our dutiesin household fats, based on OWl reports payroll savings plan and '*<

';-.-. : week-end for a furlough. the office are routine and consistof for the first eleven months Floridians are buying an average of Counselor and Attorney at Law

',.". r"\ office work. This is one-third of the annual quota $8,000,000,00 worth of E Bonds each Hopkins BuildingWednesdays
:. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Miller of I nothing but general for the nation of 200,000,000 pounds. month.
time in and Saturdays
"After I have sufficient I
. Mayport were visiting old friends Florida is asked by the Governor Spessard Holland, who
interests service, which "is a year, I can berated I govern- I 9:30 to 4:00
: and looking after property ment to salvage 75,000 pounds tlf has served as Honorary Chairman of
; here for a few days this week., Mr.I second class petty fats each month. the Florida War Savings Committee, )

- Miller Is in the Navy and is stationed which I am looking forward to ;n i will continue as Honorary Chairman -I
.':' at Mayport. of the new organization.
"Of late, I have been very for- More Registered I I

7/. .' J. E. Beardsley is spending several tunate in being able to come to the 'Karl Lehmann of Montverde has I

t..' .'. days in Tallahassee this-week grand old city of Clewiston once a Nurses Are Needed been appointed Executive Managerof Johnson's Fish Camp

:" on business. He will 'attend the I month, or about every six weeks. I the Florida, War Finance Com-

Legion Service Officer's school in am still trying for sea duty and hopeto mittee and will continue to direct the (Near Hurricane Gate)

'::- : Palatka this week-end before re-I have it soon. The officer around The only way the Army can- obtain work from the general offices in Clewiston, Fla. I'

';; turning home. here seem to think a yeoman is mOle the services of'a qualified nurseis Jacksonville. Boats and Motors-Guide Service :

I II I important on a shore station than for the nurse to volunteer. Ralph Bagwell, formerly of- San- Rates Reasonable
':/ nRO.ADErUCK HAS but I have doubts ford will Director of Office r.
:, HAROLD I:on board ship my Only registered nurses from accredited serve 'as W. H. Johnson, Mgr.

.,:. i, 'I." PARTY ON 11TH BIRTHDAY and expect to be at sea soon. schools of nursing can be Administration, continuing the
:' "J. D. and I have, a swell time to-.
; ;f Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Broaderick accepted. Each must be physically
gether and are with each ,other con-
fit. Each must be between the
: ; entertained with a birthday party
f. :.: ,,' Monday night at the Sugarland Park tinuously. We are now debating as of 21 to 45. Married nurses, are
to who will receive foreign duty
''' 1 eligible and nurses who marry while
: ; Recreation Hall for their son, Harold's -
',: first. By the'way the war seems to in the service are retained. Mothers
; ;
14th birthday. be going,. we had better ,see all Ole Cattle For Sale
":';; ..' The evening was spent in playing action we can now because later wewon't of children under age 14 are eligible :: ::
. : used as Mothers of children over 14 must
with defense stamps
. Tbingo
have a chance. x *
7 cake furnish satisfactory information on
? prizes. Candles on the birthday "Just remember that we fellows!
::-: ,"" were lighted and all joined in sing- I the care of her children during her ?
<, in the service, no matter where ware y
;;: .' ing "Happy Birthday." Refreshments or will be, are enjoying ourselves : absence.To ,

f- -_ of birthday cake, cookies and and looking forward to the day become an Army Nurse; the Approximately ]100 head of stock :I
served. applicant should contact her local
-t.: .; lemonade were with
when shall again be back
Those attending were Billy and our friends." Red Cross nursing service recruit- :: cattle Tuesday; August ]17, at my cow ::

Buck Surrency, Robert Hausen, ing station, fill in her application for

Bobby Knight, Gladys Jackson, Louis Leiter recently won first the Red Cross ,Nursing Service and :_,: pens on North side of River, between La- ::,

Frank Harben, Raymond Trice,'Jack also her application for the Army y
letter which he submit-
prize for
a :!: Belle and Denaud.
Reddish, Jack Davis, Burton and ted to a ,Nashville, Tenru newspaper.'The Nurse Corps. She must state that ::

I I Eulala Phillippi, George and Barbara letter was entitled "Strikers No. she is available for active service and I ? ?

,..... Devane, Carolyn Robinson, Wanted" and ran as follows: the date when she will be ready to :!: :=

;..... Francis O'Brien, Callie, Davis, Mary To the Editor: go on duty The Red Cross Nursing .'. .. "0. .' ;T': .:.
Carlene Berner JoAnn I .:. .:.
Nell Christian For Heaven's sake, don't draft the Service has, been designated the of- '

Crouch, Shirley Krueger, Vir- men who are now striking. We don't ficial recruiting agency for nurses :i:: Paul :f:

ginia Turner, Bubba and Gene Mills, want them in our army or navy. Can for the Armed Forces. 3: O'Bannon ::I=

Beryl Ingram, ,Sally Graham, of
you imagine men on the eve of our After the application is processed: ..
;. Jacksonville, Grace Ward, Lewis! great victory and victory we will the Assistant Superintendent ANC

Blount, Mrs. H. Haylock, Mrs. C. R- surely achieve in spite of the strik- of the Service Company will be noti-

Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus De-:: ers, throwing down their guns be- 'fied that examination by an Army

vane. cause their pay isn't high enough? Medical Board then is authorized and 4-

Can you imagine the height of the as soon as that report is received

'/, BRIDGE CLUBS greatest battle in history when soldiers her orders may be executed if she Is FOR RENT

could demand an increase in qualified.The .

Mrs. Foy Durrence entertained pay just because they are so terribly nurse then takes the Oath as "
_ her bridge 'club Wednesday afternoon ;
' needed at that time; because they an officer of the United States and
with Mrs. George Crow being have the government where they wantit. proceeds to her station. She assumes -

awarded high score, prize. That is inconceiveable isn't it? the relative rank: of Second 1,000 Acres of Muck Land or 40 Acre
A salad course was served by the
"Surely the strikers must kno\ Lieutenant.. The pay and privilegesof

hostess to "Mrs.: C. L. McClendon, that they are the soldiers of the this rank are the same as for Tracts West of Clewiston road and
Mrs. A.V.. Lawrence, Mrs. Crow, on
home front, just as much asv are Commissioned Officers of the same
Mrs Edwin O. Ward, Mrs R. C. the soldiers of the battle fronDon't rank in the Army. Base pay is
Nowling, Mrs. G. E. Etherton and railroad. __
they know what it does to us $150, plus quarters and rations.
I Mrs. Jimmy Taylor. to hear that they are striking? Can't The new Nurse should take ade-

' they realize that every hour, ever quate uniforms for hospital duty to
: W. H. Lanier entertained th3 I
minute they stay away from their her first station for use until she can -
Wednesday Bridge Club at her home F. D. DUFF Agent .
jobs they are losing the war for us. be issued regulation ANC uniforms. .
with high score prize going to Mrs. They must realize that the extra These include the winter uniform

", R. W. Bishop and cut prize to Mrs lump of coal they didn't mine, the and accessories but NOT the summer CLEWISTON, LORID.FRIDAY .\

H. ,C. Wilson A frozen salad course: extra gun they didn't make, might I uniform and accessories which I


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FDR, Churchill Seek Italy's SurrenderAs E'err x

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Allies Smash at Sicily Resistance
; '
OR W EA ON If you keep any poisons in the

MacArthur Forces Gain in New Guinea; WNU Srrtlr medicine crosswise through cabinet, the push cork.two Even pint ''

Farmers Get First I Call on Gas StocksEDITOR'S Washington, D. C. A Londoner in New York: in the"beware.dark"they'll warn a personto

CORN 'SIT DOWN STRIKE' This is the voice of a friendly .
High ranking officials of the agri- alien. I've been reporting this
Additional flavor
( NOTE: When opinions are expressed In these column, they are those of culture department are frank in say- United Nations' war since September is given baked
Western Newspaper Union's news analysis and not necessarily of this newspaper) beans by adding salt pork which
Released by Western Newspaper Union. ing that farmers are impeding the 1939. But first thing I had to do has first been
war effort just as much as strikingcoal when I sought permission to visitU. ground fine and
_.____ .. .....,...... ........,. .. fried a delicate brown.
'' '
C"'NA4.MD"'"i1nCC'NOMO'1R. u. >"""' :" T''''''p.J ''''' '''''JI! .W miners when they stage a sit- S. A. was fill out form for aliens. *

down strike on corn. This peacetime form is all rules anda

Feed corn is desperately neededby yard wide, full of highly personal, To protect the ends of hemp
to them
rope prevent from
cryptic questions. It floored
poultry farmers, dairy farmers me.
fraying well with
wrap light but
Only two questions I'm certain I
But is
and corn processors. corn twine and then
strong dip the
not moving to market because farm- answered correctly were could I bound ends in shellac.
ers are holding for a higher price. read and was I masculine. They
asked me also if I'd ever been in-
The typical farmer in the corn
sane. Even in the evil Nazi
belt today is looking at his bins full prewar
days when I went often to .
'ah y.. of corn and reasoning that he might r % tip J fr Jti'f.
b a + as well hold, it for a while, since he formalities were never so tough, r
and I'd never been called alien.It .
doesn't need the cribs yet, and since
seemed a symbol of our'life and
the price might go up.
times that you and we, so (as I be-
Washington is partly to blame for lieve) fundamentally alike in thoughtand r< arsii

R:r 4rr pa. [+ > r x 1 on : C k. 27n .f. this. The attacks'on OPA, the firingof aspiration, should build and

Chester Davis, and the congres- maintain barriers to association and
sional demands to set aside the understanding.

.3rM? ,. price ceiling, all have created un-
certainty. So the farmer sits tight,
Symbol of times too I
our never
wait till makeup
saying, "I'll just they
saw Liberty as we steamed upriver.
their minds.
Liberty passed by as I was answer-
But when thousands of farmersdo
the same thing, it creates a ing an FBI quiz. Very charming,
rr+ scarcity which throws the national very courteous those FBI men, but ;;: ;
the going-over they gave me wasn'tless
ry u r k economy out of gear just as muchas thorough for being so friendly.Is the recommends
N of Blondo,
the lack of coal production. The star teeth ; r
it too much to hope that after the foe
Seabees are shown about to board a transport somewhere in Australiafor patriotic, thing to do, say Washington "Strawbertfi Powder
war the American and British Caloxatshiae.
I duty! in a combat zone. A naval band gives the men a lively sendoff. officials, is to send your corn to peo- .

Although performing construction work, Seabees are also trained to protect market' now, especially since the, ples each may other's share common countries citizenshipin ? That AdX P WT R

themselves against attack. farmer is guaranteed the benefit of Eli C r.}
would be a war aim. It might even
a price rise, if it comes.
prevent World War 3.
SICILY: PACIFIC : Meantime, the corridors of the department -
of agriculture are seeth- Fifty Time Zones

'The Hour Has Come9 New Guinea VictoryWith ing. Pressure for a corn rise is ter- I was entirely unprepared for New Before the four time zones were

Axis resistance on Sicily stiffenedas the fall of Mubo, the big rific., This is Marvin Jones' first York. ''Years spent"in the junglesof adopted in the United States in
big battle. Burma and on the vasty deserts of 1883, more than 50 different
Gen. .Bernard Montgomery's Brit- Japanese base of Salamaua in New zones
4 Egypt Libya and Tripolitania were
ish 8th .rmy moved on the big port Guinea lay in peril of capture by were used.
of Catania, which is 55 miles from Australian and American forces operating WICKARD GOES SHOPPING poor training grounds for this exhilarating -

the terminus( of Messina, where but from all sides. Secretary of Agriculture Claude contact. A strange city-
Wickard went shopping with Mrs. but the natives are friendly. Every-
two miles of water separate the island FOR
from the Italian mainland.As Mubo fell about two weeks after Wickard the other day. He stood in thing has been said of New York, MINOR MOROLI E

the start 'of General MacArthur'sPacific the grocery store watching the shop- but I was surprised at its smooth, EJURN5\
thl battle of Sicily raged, CUTS \ PETROLEUM JELLY i 0
offensive. American troops pers, while Mrs. Wickard did the velvety functioning, the politeness of
President Roosevelt and Prime Min- had landed on Nassau bay to the buying.He the inhabitants; not surprised at its

ister Churchill told the Italian( peo- east of the town, ,and then marchedinto noticed a crush in front of the fascinating window displays, its high

ple the hour had come nonorably the interior to cut off Japanese meat counter, while the vegetables, prices, its "nothing for nothing, and 4

capitulat forces from the rear and effect a including potatoes, were going beg- damn little for a dollar" attitude. {{' \ SING A SONG OF
While British troops clattered junction with, the Australians. At ging. London has nothing of New York'sspirit ,

toward the great plains which roll the same time, Allied soldiers at- "That's human nature for you," or character. ,Paris had, a cd r KITCHEN THRIFT .
around Catania, Gen. George S. Pat- tacked the enemy's main lines and
mused Wickard. "Only a few weeks little; the same tempo, same fruity

ton's 7th American army fought its thus, completely enveloped on all ago, when potatoes were short for a smell of gasoline, same gusts of ,_ 'SINK YOURDIMES

way into the area of Vizzini, from sides, Mubo was overrun. few days, there was a great. howl warm air rushing from the sub-
which the British flank can be covered The Allied from the and ; chestnut trees. Nostalgia- IN WAR
success at Mubo cameas public, potatoes w resold ways
l or an assault sprung toward American troops pressed closerto in the black market. ,Now broke over me like a wave at sightof SAVINGSSTAMPS/
i the Axis rear.HundrClds there's of those chestnuts recalling Paris '
Japanese air base of Mundaon plenty potatoes-but every- ,

of Allied paratroopers New Georgia island. Approaching body wants meat." Maytime in 1940. .+

j continued Ito be dropped behind the the stronghold from the north When Mrs. Wickard appeared

enemy's lines near Catania. To the and east, doughboys worked cau- from the crush, she announced with Sydney has 'something of New'

front, thu 8th army recovered froma tiously through jungle foliage to gain pride that she had some meat. York, in its waterfront, its irregular YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM

heavy Axis blow with which'".they ground. Squeezed, the enemy "How much'did you pay for. it?" skyline, its hamburger ,heavens and

had driven into Montgomery's'' baseat launched one counterattack; but asked Wickard. gay, gaudy and swift taxicabs. New HOT flASHESIt

Augusta before being repelled. withdrew fire after being stopped. "Nine points," replied Mrs. Wick- York's women and Sydney's have

ard."No certain kinship, too. The skillful suffer from hot flashes dizziness -
: CANNED GOODS : ," said the secretary of agri- makeup, lithe figures, slim ankles you, distress of "Irregularities", are

Gas for Farmers Cut Civilians' Share culture. "I mean how much money and well-shod feet. (I am not disloyal weak, nervous Irritable, blue at
times-due to the functional
-how much a pound? to you, you gallant British wom- "middle-age" period In a woman's
Predicting a tightening of the sup- Already rationed, canned fruits, "Oh, I don't know' she said. "AllI en who fill our factories, clean our life-try Lydia E. Plnkham's Vege-

ply of crude oil in the West, the vegetables and soup ,supplies for know is it cost nine points out of streets and man our guns.) On Fifth table Compound-the best-known

Petroleum Administration for War civilians will be cut another 15 per my red stamps." Avenue maidens in uniform are rar- medicine especially you can for buy women.today that'amade

took steps to provide sufficient gaso- cent in the next 12 months, the War Wickard shook his head. "That'sthe er than on London's Picadilly. Plnkham's Compound has helped

line for farmers throughout the Food administration announced. Of trouble with you women," he But those I saw rated a backward thousands upon thousands of wom-

country by giving them first call on the prospective pack of vegetablesand said. "You're: not thinking about glance. Unlike British women's en toms.to Follow relieve label such directions.annoying symp Pink-

available stocks. soups, domestic consumers will the cost of food, but ,only whetheryou service uniforms, seemingly designed ham's Compound Is worth tryinglWNU

According to WAP, farmers are get 70 per cent, and of canned fruits can get it 'or not. How do you by repressed spinsters "re
using about 100,000 barrels of mo- and juices will receive merchants to hold the
they 53 per expect to venge on their sex, US women's uniforms -
tor fuel daily, 90 per cent of whichis cent. price ceilings, if, you don't even are chic, feminine, frequently -7 30-4:

being consumed outside: of the The total supply of canned vege- know what you pay?" fantastique. Perhaps occasionally un
East. About 70,000 barrels are required Mrs. Wickard to do bet.
tables and soups in the next yearis promised peu trop fantastique, devised more
im the .
Middlewest.As .
expected to total 262,000,000 cases. ter next time. for front-row chorines than for front-

the WAP made its announce. Of this amount, civilians will be line corps. There's something to be

ment, tbj big-inch pipe line running allotted approximately 180,000,000.The Want to Move Fast. said for ugly uniforms:' those who

from Norris, 111., to the East was War Services will obtain prac- The method used in invading Sic- volunteer to wear them must be

opened. Eventually the line will tically all of the remainder, with ily was a compromise among land, pure patriots.A .

pump 30(1,000( barrels of crude daily, about 4 per cent going to the Allies air and naval elements, resulting in P
thus draining' the West of suppliesthat the amphibious
and other purposes. "peculiar opera- New York girl asked me: "1 / ,
had previously'abounded be- tions" Churchill talked about: But
About 61,000,000 cases of canned I must resent our remote-
suppose you
cause Of a lack of transportation the air forces believe they can move r
facilities. fruits and juices, excluding citrus, : ness from actual war, and seeing rj4
will be produced, WFA estimated, even faster and more effectively in buildings unscarred, coming as you
Meanwhile the oil
industry other of if
con- and of this supply, civilians will be conquering parts Italy I do from Britain and the African
tinued alarmed! by the drop in oil allowed they don't have to be tied down by \
approximately 31,000,000cases. front-line? But of course not! Be-
reserves/ partly caused, spokesmensaid classical warfare.
Approximately home is shattered and
24,000,000cases cause my
because of a virtual cessationof For instance with bases in Sicily my
will be allotted to the serv-' people killed should I wish the same
exploratory: / drilling as a resultof airmen think
they can so pul-
army ,
ices, with the remainder markedfor fate for others? No Britisher does.
prices for crude. Between 50 to, verize the industrial plants of north- r
the Allies and export. As they stroll on Fifth Avenue I
60 billion barrels of new oil,will haveto ern Italy that they can bomb that
they feel like me, that it's goodto
be discovered within the next 20 FOREIGN DEBTS country out of the war without wait- guess
: be able still to find unscarred
years, It is said, to maintain present ing for huge landing operations to
loveliness and beauty in peacetime
production. Mexico, Canada PayAn come up and help them. proportions.

Then with air bases in northern
RUSSIA: improvement in financial con- The BOOK METHOD of fly killing
ditions arising from the stimulationof Italy, they are within range of be termed the "ideal "
Unaided I spotted Jack Benny, might : squeeze.
Giants LockedRain the war was noted in the actionof the hidden synthetic gasoline and While reading, wait until buzzing
Merkel Rose and
Billy some
rubber factories which Hitler
drenched the the Mexican and Canadian gov- fly settles on book page. Close
sprawling lesser aristocrats. Walter Winchellwas
moved into Austria and Czechoslo- the
crush fly.
instantaneously to
ernments in
Ukrainian plains around Belgorod, the announcing plans for vakia. Thus, step by step, the air there, too, doing'his homework. Very simple. Chief objection:
discharge of their debt
hindering mechanized activity on the tions. forces believe they can knock out I was quite prepared to dislike spotted page ruins first edition and
south end of the flaming Russian the enemy wiffiout resorting to clas- Winchell. (It's the human thing to the friendship of person you bore
front, but Red armies attacked in For the first time in years, Mex- sical warfare. resent success in others.) I did not rowed the book from. A belief

force above the northern pivot of ico resumed payment on 15 issuesof Axis Planes Knocked Out. expect to meet a starry-eyed youth, way to get flies is to

Orel, extending the battlefield to 225 national debt, excluding all rail Here is one significant thing army but Winchell was much less sophis- t'atd 1it1IALFooT

miles. road bonds except the Tehuantepec airmen point to. During the ten ticate than I'd imagined. Maybe it's

Both the Germans and the Rus- National ,railway 5 and 4& per days just before we invaded Sicilythe true what they say that every New

sians were agreed on one thing: the cents. Annual distributions on the Nazis had been sending a lot of York columnist yearns to be a farm-

great number of men being used on issues will amount to only $2,050000 ,- new planes into Sicily and southern er's boy.
both sides. Around Orel, the Nazis however, on a total Mexican Italy. '

admitted that the Reds had broken debt of 1 billion 200 million dollars, But after one day of fresh Axis Lunch-taking the other day I It it the old reliable that never fails.
their lines at two points, but had including back interest. Always economical to use. and not
air citi-
which pleaded for common
strength postwar
was heavily
been driven back in counter-attacks. rationed for sale' at drug and
Last December, the Mexican con- damaged by U. S. planes, there zenship for British and US peoples.
Heavy ground action at Orel was gress ratified an agreement to pay followed a day or two of 'weak re-, Someone cracked: "Ah-hah! The grocery

supplemented by strong Russian 40 million dollars in settlement' sistance. In other words, Axis British want America back." But

aerial action. Red bombers blastedthe all U. S. claims except for expropriated planes were knocked out and had to what with the jungly heat, the min ..

principal railway installations of oil property. wait for reinforcements. These reinforcements ers' strike, the Roosevelt versus

the town, from which the Russian Canada's improved financial con-, kept coming up until Congress issue, the food wrangle and

lines bend southward in a great arc, dition was reflected in its redemption about two days before the invasion, the race riots, America was no gift Xlwy
thus offering the Germans a pivot and prior payment on 106 million after which Axis air resistance was" just then. And in Britain right now I THE TANGLEFOOT CO.Srand +('i roar

for encirclement from the rear. dollars of bonds. I light. we've troubles enough of our own. I Rapids, Mich."d'


PhiI3yi 11 1 11+ 11 I Gems of Thought

,. 11 tra Q V 1\11 Drudgery is as necessary to
1 11 o 3d1 call out the treasures of themind
: v 11 Q ti1111 C1,1 1 1(11 1 as harrowing and planting -

those of the earth.Margaret -
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It's a pretty safe conclusion that Released by Western Newspaper Union. Fuller. .
the man who says he never had a Simplicity is an exact medi-

chance never, took one. ARTHRITISA t nn ame8 um between too ,little and too

'... much.-Sir Joshua Reynolds.Faith .
Funny iihat ten years will do. At ten middle-aged patient was referred
mighty faith the promise
a youngster knows all the questions, andat by her ,family physician to a And rest ion that alone;
twenty he knows all the answers. arthritis specialist.The .
rheumatism or Laughs at impossibilities,
Tact is being able to disagree specialist listened to her story Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenus And says it shall be done.CHARLES .

without being disagreeable.When as to when the symp- q v o d WESLEY.

toms appeared, the What greater calamity can
you get experience you nature and degreeof fall upon a nation than the loss
for somethingelse. Broiled Halibut
are .usually looking i the pain, the different Creamed Potatoes of worship.Emerson.He .

kinds of treatment Garden-Fresh Beans is a hard man'who is only

Experience is a great teacher, she had received Green Salad just, and he. is a sad man whois

but none ever had a more stupid and finallywas Whole Wheat Rolls only wise.Voitaire.Reupholstering .
of pupils.Stise. : told by the pa-
group : Raspberries and Cream
t tient that she knew
that if he operatedand Beverage

r. opened up the and

h knee joint, she might' < Cherry Meringue' Pie.
ASPIRIN J1]) .... .... m get better. y 4f Crust: Repairing Furniture

WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER Dr. Barton The physician then 3 cups oven-popped rice cereal ,

quietly pointed out / 4 tablespoons sugar
M that the pain in the knee was justa Ys cup butter, melted

Find the Scrap to symptom of a general disease in Roll cereal into fine crumbs; com-

her body, that fixing up or giving bine with butter and sugar, mixing

Eliminate the Jap relief in one joint would not prevent : :;;; well. Press mixture evenly and

the disease attacking other joints, ;.. r .J : firmly around sides and bottom of:
I tendons and muscles, and that if he pie tin. Bake in a moderate oven

were to help to relieve her symp- Angel Food cake with a fruity icing (350 degrees) for about 8 minutes,

toms, it would be necessary for her handles your summer dessert Cool before adding filling.

OM !I to follow a certain diet, take certain problem effectively but doesn't eat Filling:

Js medicines, and receive heat and into your sugar ration. 3 cups fresh cherries, pitted :\ t
electrical treatment.
1% cups sugar
What is arthritis? How can the Cooling Off 2 tablespoons flour

MY .. patient or the physician. recognize teaspoon salt

AK[ arthritis? Fruity ,desserts for summer lend 2 eggs, separated .
In Archives of Physical Therapeutics just the righf tartness to the meal
Combine cherries 1
Dr. Ralph Pemberton, Phila- and give your menus a nice seasonal I _
flour salt and yolks.
sugar, egg
whose work arthritis I
delphia, on note. When fruits and berries are
Cook in double. boiler until mixture,
have mentioned before, stated that plentiful, plan them to go into your
is thickened. Pour into crumb pie
arthritis is ,not just a disease of the first courses, summer drinks, des- : .
shell. Beat until stiff.
HERE'S HAPPY RELIEF joints, but a disease of the whole serts and snacks. I. egg'whites
Gradually beat in remaining '% cup
body and its results just happen to Fruits and berries have a good
It suffer from backaches
you :
sugar. Spread meringue over pie.
resulting from fatigue or exposure be located in the joints. In fact, store of vitamins and minerals
... if sore muscles or a stiff neck have many patients afflicted with the disease which will Bake in a moderate oven ((350 degrees -
got you laid up..SORETONE is what you help I ) 12 to 15 minutes until meringue .
need. It is a medicinal, analgesic solution do not have much pain or in- keep your spiritsup is u ./
developed in the famous laboratories of Mc- flammation in, the joints but have when the' I browned. 3Iiw
Kesson & Robbins in Bridgeport Conn. Sliced Pears in Orange Juice
pain_ where the ends of the musclesare warm weather
SORETONE acts fast-gives soothing relief
right where relief is needed-speeds the superficial attached to the tendons which wants to get you (Serves 6 to 8)
blood flow to the affected area. Also move the bones forming the joint. down. Acid fruits ZYz cups fresh orange juice
helps to prevent infection. Not an animal
preparation-made for human beings. Wonderful There may be a small amount of such as lemons, 2 tablespoons powdered sugar
also,' for sore, tired feet, and for relieving swelling in parts of the" body near grapefruit and or- 6 to 8 pears, sliced thin
itch of Athlete's
BACK IF NOT SATISFIED. the joints and both hands may be anges alkalize Sweeten orange juice. with pow- 4w.
cold and sweaty. your system and help you keep cooler dered sugar and chill well. Fifteen s

That arthritis is not a joint disease while fruits and berries comingin minutes before serving, peel pears, .. :-

O I ( but a general,disease is shown season will give a delightful noteto slice thin, and sweeten. Pour juice

by the fact that the symptoms are'' your menus. over the pears, and serve witb x '---' % '

r worse in women at. menstruation, Cakes, pies and puddings come in cookies ,.

pregnancy and the menopause. for their share of attention when
"These patients stand cold poorly." :7s
there are fruit and berries on hand. -5 ;

No Cat's Meow The underlying: cause of arthritis, This angel food cake looks mighty s. c ) s,
in the opinion of Dr. Pemberton, is
served with fresh fruit or
pretty 54O
The odd of the white Siam-
cry ,that there, is an imbalance (or lackof -
ese kitten differs from the ordinary'meow. -. adjustment with other parts of berry icing. S'T"O IT yourself" is,,,a patriotic

." It is somethinglike"cree the body) of the central nervous sys- Angel Food Cake. V *-* motto this wartime year.
," and when these kittens cry 1 cup sifted cake flour
tem and the endocrine or ductless Thriftily re-upholster your own ,
they are said to be "creeling." 1% cups sifted granulated sugar
glands (thyroid, pituitary, adrenal, 1% whites (10 to 12 furniture-with_ these clear, step-,
cups egg egg
sex, and others). whites) by-step directions that also show .
The thought then is that in tryingto salt you how to give a "lift" to sag-
4 teaspoon
'rO CHECK RIA find the cause of arthritis, the teaspoons cream of tartar ging springs; how to repair web-
aggravation of the two systems- bing and lumpy padding; how to
\ IN I DAYS nervous and gland-in various ways 1 teaspoon vanilla make seat pads.
almond extract
should be remembered. Infection, teaspoon Instructions 540 give directions for repairing -

"'- rahe 666Liquid injury, emotional disturbances, food, Sift flour once, measure, add % and upholstering.Due .
cold, and moisture, general.fatiguep cup sugar, and sift together four to an unusually large demand and
: current war conditions, slightly more time
times. Beat whites and salt j
should all be kept in mind. egg
for Malarial Symptoms. Is required in filling orders for a few ol
with rotary beater or flat wire the most popular pattern numbers.
whisk. When foamy, add cream of Send your order to:

Brain OperationFor tartar and continue beating untilgs

;{ are stiff enough to hold in Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
'Tension' StateThere peaks, but not dry. Add remainingsugar 82 Eighth Ave. New York.

2 tablespoons at a time, beat Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to
cost of mailing) for PatternNo.
cover ,
after each addition until
ing sugaris
are cases where the pain is blended. Fold in flavoring. Then ...............
not physical, but mental, and these
patients suffer untold agony from sift in about V\ of the flour and fold ---- -- Name..............._.................

grief, anxiety, shame and remorse, in lightly. Repeat until all is used. Berries are coming in season and Address...............................
ungovernable temper and other Turn into an ungreased 10-inch an- will give a lift to your meals. Cher-

mental and emotional disturbances.This gel food cake pan. Cut gently ries go into this pie which is covered

pain affects' their whole routineof ''through batter with knife to remove with a meringue to save preciousfats.

life-food, rest, work. If it were bubbles. Bake in a slow (325-de- IRRITATIONS OF

not for the sake of their families or gree) oven, 1 hour or until done. S KI N EXTERNAL CAUSE
loved ones, this mental pain would Remove from oven and invert pan Sliced Oranges in Orange Sherbet,

drive many. of them to self destruc- 1 hour. Cover with fruit or berry (Serves 8) ugly acne pimples w-OKen-out, bumps skin.(blackheads Millions relieve), and

icing. 1st part ( miseries with simple home treatment.
tion.How these of The repertoire of, cherry dessertsis 8 navel oranges Goes to work at once. Direct action aide
cases severe healfnff.; works the antiseptic way. Use
mental pain obtain relief? an extensive,-one for thereare Yz cup sugar Black and White Ointment only as directed. -
For such things as, 1 cup water .10c,26c,50c sizes.25 years success.
have been ableto
,years surgeons Money-back guarantee. ts" Vital in
give relief in physical pain by P" \\ cherry cobblers, 2nd part cleansing la good soap. Enjoy famous
cutting the nerves supplying the sen- y shortcakes, pan- 1 quart water Black and White Skin Soap daily.

sation ,in the part affected. In the ,47ZZ: cakes, fritters, 2 cups sugar
roly poly and pie! Grated rind of 2 oranges
y same manner, surgeons are now, in at
0 the severe cases of mental pain, tf +. .- e If you make the 2 cups orange juice DON'T LET '
removing part of the brain.In "" J pie with this pop. J/4 cup lemon juice w,
\8 ad ular ... *. CONSTIPATIONSLOW "
3rd '
the Bulletin, New York Acad- prepared ce- part .n'\f": ', ;
emy of Medicine, New York, Drs. real crust you 1 cup sugar'" YOU UPS
will save time, requires no special Y-2 cup water
W. Freeman and J. W. Watts New
When bowels are sluggish and you
York, state that the removal of this technique making: Whites of 3, eggs feel irritable, headachy, do as million
part of the brain-the frontal lobesis For the first part, peel oranges ''do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem

t fn;:,,' past the experimental stage and and with a sharp knife remove all 'chewing-gum'laxative.FEEN-A-MINT before you Simply go to chew bed,

J\c, definite relief from mental and emo- Lynn Says: white membrane. Slice oranges into taking only in accordance with package
tional,pain is now possible. These sections between skins. Boil sugar directions-sleep without being dis

physicians have followed all their Point Wisdom: If you're part- and water together, let cool, then turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
136 patients for of six and let stand in relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
a period pour over oranges
years ing with red
Many of the insect "enemies" more stamps a FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
that swarm the battlefronts and give the following conclusions. month than you should, check up refrigerator.For and economical.A generous family supply

"plaguing the life" out of our soldiers 1. The operation interrupts the on yourself. second part, boil sugar and : costs only
-die before the lethal blast connection between the front lobesof Don't buy meat and neglect water for 5 minutes, add grated or- fEEN.A.MINT 10*

of FLIT and our other insecticides. the brain and the thalamus (the other red stamp foods. Space out ange rind, and juices. Cool and ,..J4 -.. '
part of the brain which '''feels 'or records the stamps just as carefully as strain. Freeze, in round mold.

As for common house peats certain emotional sensations) you figure out the financial end of- Make a meringue for 3rd part by
- FLIT slays 'cm as it sprays 'em. which reduces the emotional reac- things. boiling sugar and water for 5 min-
'1.,', FLIT is Grade AA. It far exceeds tions of the patient. This loss
; minimum Study point values and learn to utes, until it forms a soft ball in fBuys theo
" ,:,=:' Commercial Standards requirements CS 7238as painful self-consciousness causes the understand how the system works cold water. Incorporate a little into
issued by the National Bureau patient to look outward instead of instead of having the busy butcher the beaten whites of three eggs until

of Standards inward. explain it to you every time all used. Continue to beat for 2
Bo sure to ask for 2. Intelligenoe is unharmed but you buy.Family. minutes. Cool. Remove top from
FLIT-the knockout self responsibility is decreased so likes and dislikes are mold in which orange ice is packed, V/SIIAVE
killer-today! that these patients may become lazy out of place in a wartime budget. stir in meringue. Serve in large
\ and lack tact. Other patients retain dish with sliced harper e.aN
Serve low point meats appetizingly glass oranges uj thcy'r* one-
rPLITi the proper degree of responsibility cooked. meringue nest. third thinner.
toward others. DOUBLE OR
Buy meats and fats sensiblyas SINGLE EDCf
3. Best results are obtained in you need them. Buying too // you have a canning problem, write to
i 1A4tEta.eo "tension" states with obsessions Chambers, Western Newspaper
1nm.rporaLd much Miss Lynn for 10e
or carelessly storing what
good results in depressions; and fair Union, 210 South Desplaines Street, Chi' .
results in day dreaming states. you have is sabotage' on the home cago Ill. Please enclose a stamped, self- Manufactured end guaranteed by
front. addressed envelope for your reply. FEDERAL RAZOR BLADE CO.,NEW YOlKUncle
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40 cents an hour for as many hours! ture these records will also serve refused to attempt- to legislate morals Judge of Hendry County Florida, at
for reference when books are lost according to the Stuart News his office in the court house at La-
APPROVAL as put in. If some men on Belle Florida, within eight( calendar
want to work 8 hours and call it a' or stolen.At One commissioner said: months from the date of the first pub-

day they will be paid for 8 hours, the completion of the initial "I feel ,right sorry for the poor lication demand of must this be notice.In writing Each, and claim must or

MT REQUIRED ON while if others wish to make it a mailing of the No. 3 book, the larg- girls., They up and marry some I state the place of residence and post
ten-hour day they will be paid for est mail-order undertaking in the soldier up north, and first thing must office be address of the claimant, and
I sworn to by the claimant, his
ten hours. history of this country, 1,905,600 they know he has been assigned to agent or his attorney. 6r the same
COUNTY BUDGETHendry Crawford books had been mailed in ,Florida. service 'Jn Florida. Romantic Flor- will become void according! to law.
The salary of Bennett This 28th day of July, 1943.
ida with its sandy beaches! Movie
dragline operator for the county for ,
starts lolling in front of the ELBERT L. STEWART
this section, will be paid $4.50 fora War Finance- Administrator of the Estate,
County News) Plaza! Ah, what
( romantic adventure
nine hour day, effective at once. a of Elmer Whitfield, deceased
According to a letter received of dollar a --- awaits them! So they drop I HENDRY COUNTY. FLORIDA. '
trom_ the office of the State Comptroller This day, and is an at increase the rate of one 50 cents an (Continued from Page 1) Into the Northern dry goods store Aug. 6: 13, 20, 27, Sept. 3. 10; 17, 24".
by Clerk William T. Hull, the and archly announce that want
hour. Commissioner G. E. Ether- Trust Company, St. Petersburg, and they .
County budget will not require I a Southern resort outfit.
ton of Clewiston district said that President of the Florida Bankers They get NOTICE OF ELECTION
the formal approval of Comptroller was what he has been paying all Association. I I fixed up with the minimum of
] Lee because the millage to be clothes and the maximum of
along over there and considered that John L. ,Fahs, Jacksonville, Vice- glam- General municipal election "will be
to derive revenue>from ad then held on Tuesday, September 7
levied Finance our. And they land in' Stu- 1943, for
I a reasonable amount. : Chairman, Florida War the election of three Commissioners
3-4 to
taxes is limited to "
Florida think
valorem art, of It!
serve on the City
of Internal Commission
Committee and Collector of the
The board voted to spend $50 a
levied in ,
mills, which is the amount City of Clewiston, Florida.
month for the treatment of veneral Revenue. The two candidates receiving the
State Board of Health Jacksonville Di- greatest number of votes shall be
diseases, the Clyde C. Pierce ,
Clerk Hull presented the letter to AWARDED ARMY CONTRACT deemed elected for four year terms and(
commissioners to match that amount and Dr. C. E. rector, Banking and Investment Division the candidate receiving the next greatest -
the board of county Weaver to take over the job. Dr. number of votes shall be deemed.
Tuesday, and it reads as follows:,, DeLAND, Aug 4-FNS-Im-' elected for a term of two years.
"Replying to your letter of July Weaver already is treating a large Robert H, Giedd, St. Petersburg,' The candidates who have qualified. -
mediately on completion of
physical are:
mostly ,
number of patients
relative to the proposed budget Director. Payroll Savings Division. Plant E. E. Kelly .. "
26 inventory at No. 2 of the Babcock -
that much' of his '
and it is understood W. C. Owen .
Orlando Chair- ',
commissfon- Walter L. -
for the board of county work far has been done free Hays, : Aircraft Corporation, ,work will J. A. McGehee ? :-/i
for the fiscal so man, Community Division. C. E. Miner ''
Hendry County commence
'ers for on the production of air-. canddatesare '
gratis. The board already is paying Jacksonville Di- and three of the to be-
19-44 will Ralph Bagwell, ,
:year ending September $62.50 a month to support a clinicin craft ,assemblies, M. H. Krueger, elected. /
,say as long as the millage to be rector of Administration.A newly elected president and general The election will be held In the Com.
Clewiston for the purpose but it munity Center in
revenue from full attendance of both Victory room the City Hxtl
levied to derive the is too far away for many draftees manager, said this week when he re- Building, Clewiston, Florida. !v',';
ad valorem taxes is limited to not Fund and War Savings Committee vealed that his organization has The polls will be open at nine o'
amount and others to go for treatment. workers is at this conference clock: A. M. and will close at seven o'r
mills the urged
more than 3 3-4 been awarded a substantial contractby clock P. 1\[., Eastern War Time. 'n::
levied in 1942, I do not think the which will last just one hour and the Army. The following election officials JJJB

:budget requires or needs'the ap- Apply At RationingContinued must begin promptly on time as appointed R. G. George to conduct, ClerIc. the election: .-'"

proval of the Comptroller to make it three such conferences a day are'be- Mrs. R. M. Hare Jr., Inspector.
'legal., See Section 54 of Chapter ing held in the counties of this state NOTICE TOProbate Cnp.DITOR! Mrs.: G. H. Small Inspector. :
I.an33 The following alternate
election officials -
J. M. ( from Page 1) during the next four weeks. :
X22079. Very Respectively, are appointed to serve in theiF)
Lee, Comptroller, by Ray Teel, Chief I tro} Center,_now being set up in Jacksonville -1- '- STATE OF FLORIDA place Mrs.and G. B.stead Rackstraw If necessary, Clerk.:_ .:t.,f"

Clerk." as the permanent file head- THEY. LAND IX FLORIDA COUNTY OF HENDRYYou Mrs. Charles M. Pirkle, Inspector. ::
The tentative budget was advertised quarters for records on Book Three, \ and each of you are herebynotified Mrs. W. L. Lott, InspectorBy '.
and required to present any 'order of the City Commission of
in the July 22nd edition of ,the and all ,!books will be mailed from STUART, Aug., 4-(FNS)-Com- claims and demands which rOll, or the City of Clewiston. ,"

News, 'and the board will 'meet August there. Before books are mailed, late missioners of the City of Stuart, either estate of of you Elmer, may Whitfield.have against deceased the, F. D. DUFF, :Mayor

17 to give formal approval. applications will be checked againstthe urged to take action that would pre late of said County, to the County Aug 6, 13, 20, 27, Sept. 3.

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