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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 13, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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"YTtTlnUNUMBER. : 37 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1943 SUBSCRIPTION-92.0O PER YEAR
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:'l SEPTEMBER 13TH IS Leadership Training: ANOTHER BLOCK OF McCall Is Host At I CAPTAIN MOORE IS


Institute Closes HereThe Barbecue for Legion

DATE FOR OPENING NEW' HOUSES SOON PILOT ON BOMBING

Members of the American Legion
final session of the Leader-

ii.1: OF COUNTY SCHOOLS ship Training Institute held the past TO BE HERE Post entertained and a with few a other barbecue guests at-were the MISSION TO JAPANCaptain

week In the Clewiston, Community ranch home of H. H. McCall, mem-

------ Church will be held at 7:30: p. m. in ber ,of the Post, near LaBelle Tuesday -
Construction of another block of Thomas Cobufn Moore,
';; M. R. Stroud of Punta Gorda ,has the church building. All ,officers of new houses in Clewiston will be begun evening. I son of Mrs. J. W. Moore, of Clew-
been employed as principal of the The meeting took the place of a
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.-: the church in addition to the staff as soon as the present group of ', iston, made front-page news this
.' ,. : Clewiston High School, and has ac- regular Legion meeting, but was, en-'
'is completed, states E. past week when he was one of a
:: of Sunday School teachers are urgedto twenty-five
him
cepted the position offered by tirely given over to the pleasures of i
Wells construction superintendentfor volunteer group of pilots who bombed -
the trustees following the resigna- be present. the excellent barbecue and enter-
the Miami firm which is erectingthe Japanese shipping and vessels in
tion last week of R. W. Turk, who There will be a discussion duringthe tainment that the Legionnaires gave '
harbor
the of Paramushiro Island.
houses. H. O. Clarke and Mr.
bad previously signed a, contract to period of the immediate prob- themselves afterwards.
Wells are active in the new firm. Captain Moore was pilot of one of
' ,return here next year. lems of the religious educational Attending from Clewiston wereG.
The new houses will consist of 8 the group of Liberator bombers
of the Clewiston Community B. Thomas, E. A. Thomas, G. H.
:\11'. Stroud has served as principal program
duplex, buildings and 10 three bedroom which dumped tons of bombs on the
,
: : : of the Charlotte Harbor school Church. A good and faithful attendance Small; F. E. Conkling, E. M. Corvette -
f houses all to be located in Japanese harbor. Leader of the
,
and prior to that, taught in one of has I been shown in the J. K. Rogers, H. A. Bestor, C.
block 368 which is two blocks southof squadron was Major Robert Spear,
training institute conducted by Dr. V. Parkinson, Jay W. Moran and
Miami High schools.
the
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the highway. The property is of Eugene, Oregon, one of the best
1 p Mrs. E. P. W. C. Owen.POLITICAL.
and
Downey.
} At a meeting of the county school bounded on the north .by Venturaon known Aleutian bomber pilots.

board held in LaBelle Friday night, the South by Sagamore, on the /' The news story was the nearest

q September 13th was set as the opening West by San Benito and on the East indication the Moore family have

-:. date for all schools in the coun- LABELLE AIRMAN IS by San Pedro. The block faces the SEASON had of the exact whereabouts of

ty. This is a week later than the Stone apartments.. their flier,' although it was known

;- opening date last year. The new houses will be of the that he was somewhere in the North-

:Mrs: Marjorie Bjornsen, has signed REPORTED MISSINGIN same type construction and finish as OPENS WITH FIRSTCANDIDATE'S west and on an outpost base.
,
-f j -, her contract to teach in the high the present group. This is frame The news dispatch from Adak,

school again next year and will be construction with absestos siding Alaska, says "One of the most ex-
MIDDLE EASTMrs. ENTRYSTARKE clusive clubs in the world-restrict
athletic instructor. This leaves vacancies walls and slate roofs.
'J -... ed to men who have flown over
in the 6th grade of grammar The construction of these houseswas
school and in the commercial, Japanese territory-has been holding -
allocation
T. M. Weekley was notifiedby made possible through Aug. Congressman unofficial meetings here. In
science and English departments,
because of the need for houses by
the War Department Thursday Lex Green of, Starke veteran Rep"
", additional this way veterans of the Paramu-
and the likelihood that an -
second grade teacher will be re- morning that her son, Lt. Pharis employees of Riddle-McKay Aero resentative in Congress, today an- shiro raids take a brief rest from
Weekley, 21, is missing in action College, but after" those demands are nounced that he would seek nomination long range combat missions

quired. since August 1st. Lt. Weekley. has met the houses 'will be available for in the Democratic primary next I j I "Club members disclosed that all

Miss Jean Moore, who is teacher- I been in the Middle East War theaterfor others. The houses will be for rent May for Governor of the State of I I officers and men volunteered for the
::' principal at Felda_ ,. has been em- approximately four weeks. He as soon as constructed, and the 18 Florida.
mission,' which gave them their first
ployed by the county, school board' as was a navigator serving on a Liber- buildings will contain housing units Green, who is dean ,of the Florida glance ,at Japanese territory. Those

", t general county supervisor' of schools. ator bomber and it is believed his for 26 couples or families. Delegation in Congress and Assistant who participated in the raid were

This is 'a new office and the supervisor plane probably took part in the Democratic Whip, holds eight im- Major Robert Spear, Captain T. C.

is employed ,by the state. Her bombing of the Rumanian oil fields, portant committee assignments including Moore, Clewiston, Fla., Lieut. Henry

duties include general supervisionof since that mission took place on Au- MARTINEZ SPEAKERAT high ranking'membership on Canaday, Malvern, Ark.; Lieut. T.
all county schools and includes '
gust first and was carried out by the House ,Rivers and Harbors Committee A. Gill, Plains, Tenn.; James L.
supervision of lunchrooms. She is '
',' Liberators. 'and Chairman of the Committee Cartwright, Memphis, Tenn. Five

now course in in Orlando her work taking and will a later special go Prior to that time Lt. Weekleyhad KIWANIS CLUBThe on Territories.He I(I sergeants and' one corporal and one

'J to Tallahassee for a week's special written' his parents that he was was born in Bradford County, private were also members of the

" :' training. It is :understood that a in the Middle East combat zone, that Florida, 51 years ago; graduate of crews which completed this important -

-l.:;, :Master's: ,degree was required of anyone he had seen action and had come Kiwanis Club officially welcomed the Lake Butler High School the mission."

:- chosen for this position. through all right. He was last home. three new members at the University of Florida and studied

,.., on ,furlough during the, third and Wednesday night meeting. They are law at Yale; was admitted'to the Guavas Richest, Source
1'
y. fourth weeks of May, shortly after Elbert 'L. Stewart, Charles A. Florida and United States Supreme

Vacation Bible School graduating from navigator school. Thomas, 'and Charles 'E. Miner Court Bars. He taught in the pub- Vitamin C When Raw

The War Department, advised that C. A. Martinez was the principal lic- schools of Florida for several
:, ,-,> To Be' Held', Next Week speaker at the meeting" and told 'J!h I "
any further word of Lt. Weekley: years. Since he was 17 years of agehavhas u tritionsts! ,and food chemists

f tc!>,:; ," ,: "*=;=-11" would: be relayed ,to the parents' at interesting account of a recent''' business i been..a,jnember.: 0.(tq ,.Baptist -., av.:-kl wpl or _a.., number of.years; -

a- Vacation Daily- once. His many friends are hoping triplhe: made to Atlanta: B rniingham" Churyitdud has been active, in, the that s 'avaVaf&; an excellent source,
A
:' Bible School I'
; ., that he will subsequently be reported and St. Louis. Mr. Martinez civic and business affairs of, his com- in fact the richest; known source, of
'.;,: will be held next week beginning 1 I
r./- safe. Two other Hendry County whose business carried him munity. He. is by occupation a small I vitamin,,C. Nobody. has bothered to
, ) Monday
August 16, and 'continuing
into many of the factories in those farmer and stock raiser. He I ,the the
ti L. through boys, at first reported missing in action mar-1 publicize lowly guava; so
20
August at the Community
" : but who locations said he was greatly' im- ried Miss Bessie Lucile Harris of hasn't known about
e' Church. have later been found average person
"( I interned in Germany, are: Lt. Edwin pressed by the manner in which Gainesville, arid they have two sons this," says Mrs. Vera ''Walker, Nutritionist -
The school will be a community I certain processes ,have been speededup. and daughter. I State
0. Ward and Lt. Morris Ford, bothof one of the Florida Board
,. affair with no denominational in- Clewiston. 'I .' This is particularly true in the Green sewed his native county -ss 'of' Health. .

" -)'; : terest or teachings, and all .youngsters munitions factories where many improved member of the Legislature; was _'"Furthermore, ," she says": "guavas

,: i : of the community are invited Local methods have been introduced I Speaker pro tempore, and served don't ship well, will grow; only in a
Board
to attend. The sessions will be held Rationing \ during, recent months.Mr. prior to his election to Congress as warm climate and have, a very

w,h:_ '- from ,9 till 11 each morning. Martinez said also that a con- Judge of Bradford County. For the characteristic flavor which -people'generally
Gives News
of
Pupils will be divided into four ChangesMrs. tinuous safety campaign is being II past' 19 years he has served con- : have to" learn to like.

depaitments. The pre-school de- carried on in the factories, with tinuously the Congress-18 years However, there are many people in

partment 'will be irf charge of Mrs: E. C.' Mills, chief clerk in signs which discourage carelessness from the Second Congressional Dis- Florida especially South Florida,

ii, L. M. Hutson; the 1st, 2nd and 3rd the local rationing office, urges all being displayed everywhere. Absenteeism trict and during the present term as who might make extensive use of

r ; grade group will be' in charge ,of- who had fuel oil rations for heating is also under fire and each Congressman at Large. guavas if they realized their high

' -;_ Mrs., W. N. Martin. Dr. E. P. last year and who have not yet filed .factoryis, proud of the 'forts it During his long tenure in Con- vitamin C value.

,< .f Downey, and his daughter, Miss their makes to keep this to a minimum. gress he has advocated and partici-i!
i applications for renewal to "The best way to use guavas is to
: Dorothy Downey, will take the pu- I Mrs, M. M. Piewitt, pianist, was pated successfully in the enactment''
please do so right away. The clerks eat theni raw. They are delicious
pals from the fourth through the 'I 3 guest at the meeting and playedfor of legislation which has been of outstanding -|
anxious and
are, to process all heating sliced and eaten with cream
10th, grades. a Kiwanis sing. Dick 'Turk, member importance to the State of
ration made into shortcake. Jellies
applications as rapidly as pos- sugar or ,
The of the club, and former Florida and the Nation as a whole.At .
principal
daily program will include -
sible in order to avoid crowding the butter and paste cannot be countedon
7 music, a devotional program, Bible of the local school, was a visi- his home in Starke today he
office cooking
and
delaying the work on as a good; source as long
>- study and handcraft. A Bible course, these applications.Use x tor. said, "It is my ,intention to. be a candidate in the presence of air destroys
: jai -'Journeys with for Governor of Florida in the
Jesus
; has been Bo\ NumberAll vitamin C. Guavas can, however, be
planned for pupils from the 7th Williams Moves Democratic primary next May. I feel and'
r who have a post office box canned without long cooking
x' grade that if elected Governor I be
as may
up. number are urged to use it on all consequent loss of food value as tomatoes -
<* __ ___ _____ forms, applications or correspon- Shoe Shop Here of greater service to our state during berries and other acid fruitsare

>. .'. No Poll Tax the ,reconstruction period followingthe Canned
Levied dence to the ration board. This will canned. guavas may

ttijj 4i.. help avoid delay in handling forms. J. C. Williams has moved his shoe war. I am returning the peo- then be used like canned peaches.

'J- By State or County Victory Gardens shop from LaBelle to Clewiston and ple of Florida without the high stain office and without of Congressman "Oranges and other citrus fruitsare

-; J Victory gardeners will find the is located in the Baker Service Station of course, the most widely used
tarnish. If advanced by them to the
:
' ; -- OPA and recognized food sources of
cooperating with their effortsto
'" Governorship of our state, I shall do
\r; TAMPA, Aug. 11-(FNS) While raise their 'own food supply. Mr. Williams is a shoemaker of all within my power to justly and vitamin C, but with' the'"war and'
" ,;, no poll tax is required in shipping' facilities so bad, we must
.. Florida, Specific top legal prices have been 17 years experience and has a properly discharge the duties of
Tax Collector Schlemann Hills- established make use of what we have immedi-
of on three new and im- splendid equipment including power (Continued on Page 4)
,j borough County reports that hundreds proved grades of Victory Garden fertilizer machine, lathe and other electrical ately available. European peoplesare
of persons have come to his which have been made avail- machinery. He intends to remain 'having to use anything they can
.
office and insisted that they be allowed able 'as a result of an easing of the permanently in Clewiston and will Nursing ProfessionTo find that will supply their much-

to pay their poll tax and when nitrogen supply situation. The appreciate the opportunity of serv- needed vitamin C. In England, they
told that poll taxes have prices Be ExpandedPALM have concocted a concentrate of rose
been are already in effect. The ing residents of this vicinity.
i
abolished In Florida they still de- new grades of Victory Garden fer- rT hips which they feed to babies and

mand that he take their money and tilizer contain more plant food units children. In Russia, they use a brew
Another Dance Here BEACH, Aug. 11-(FN3) made from pine needles. In Nor-
:give them a receipt, believing that per pound than the old and the priceis
without It they will not be able to a trifle higher than last year. -To Mrs Frances P. Bolton, long way, they search the woods for ber-

vote in the coming municipal elec Point Values : On' August 14th time winter resident of Palm Beach ries and edible leaves. They follow
tion. -- the birds and gather, for human
- The red-stamp cost of meats dur and member of Congress from Ohio, consumption, any berries and leaves
,
;, In self,defense, Sche mann secured ing this month will be substantially Morris Weiss' orchestra will again thousands of American girls, will that the birds eat.
a letter from State Auditor Bryan l the furnish music for a dance at the
last
same as while the housewife become "In Florida, we should thank our
opportunity to
Willis, upholding him, which he .has owe their
I will pay an additional two I Sugarland Recreation Center this stars for abundance of
lucky an
posted. The Auditor said: ration points a pound for butter and Saturday night (August 14th.) The professional nurses within the next citrus fruits during most of the

one point less for shortening, lard,, program Is one of the monthly series few years. year," Mrs. Walker concludes, "and
Cadet Club Wants New" salad and cooking oils. Pigs feet, given by the Recreation Committee Representative Bolton is 'author of for guavas during the summer

(fresh and cured) may be purchased of the center each month during the a bill signed by President Rooseveltlast months when oranges,, are scarce and

',' Dance Records,, Please point free, since there is an un. summer. : month, which makes $65,000,000 expensive."
fl.. usually large supply of these porkitems : Admission prices are the same as available for use in expanding the

which' the government agencies at previous dances-$1.00 for ser- nursing profession. Mrs. E. P. Downey, who has spent

Mrs E. L. Stewart, chairman ol f do not purchase vicemen and, members, and $1.50 Under the act, student nurses who the past two weeks here with Dr.

the committee sponsoring the Cade t Blue point values remain much I for non-members. enroll in the Cadet Corps will receive Downey assisting with the ministerial

Club, would like for someone to do- the same, except that tomato juicer maintenance and from $15 to $30 a work'of the Community Church,

nate some NEW dance records foi and many frozen fruits and vege The current Issue of the March of month during training. They will is leaving today for her home in

the record player at the club. tables have increased. Time should prove of special interest relieve thousands of registered nurses 'Fort Lauderdale. Miss Dorothy

This is the most urgent need o: Floridians for it deals with for active war work* Hospital ',Downey), a daughter will come next

the club at the present time and i ft President Roosevelt seems to have e operations of Jack & Heintz, Industrial training schools will open in September 'week to be with Dr. Downey and to,

Is hoped that someone will com
forward with several new up-to-dat a up in Canada. He caught Churchill. 'firm that gives its employees service should make application at School with which Dr. Downey H

boogie-woogie i records. -Fort Myers News-Press. vacations in Florida with pay. once. concluding! 'his work, \ her ,.-








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1--------------- bunch of milk cows number might be high enough on the The Questions The
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WHITE W.N.U. FEATURES ,
but I thought list to claim his seat. So they waiVed ,

there was no use being unreason- -all young technicians, most of
CHAPTER XV able now. After all, fifty carabaowas them aviators, for this last chanceto 1. If you are contumacious, you. 1. Rebellious.
I a lot to round up. ,It would take get out, so they could fight again. are what? 2. The Suez canal has no locks.
2. How many locks has the Suez It is at sea level.
General had told he had
"After Cebu fell," explainedCox several days. Sharp me
"an army aviator arrived- "On the night of April 22 my hopes telephoned Cox and Akers that they canal? 3. The church pennant.
3. In the United States
he'd left Cebu that morning. He were down. I was fiddling with the were on tonight's list; why weren't navy 4. William Makepeace Thack
said he'd talked to a Catholic priest radio and cut in on a news- broad- they here? which flag may be flown above the eray. ;
who had said burial mass over you cast from the States-a short-wave "At 10:30: the list was called- Stars and Stripes? 5. The heel.

and another sailor, killed in an en- station in San Francisco. It was the i thirty names, mine and theirs 4. What great writer's middle 6. The doctrine that. pleasure is
gagement." navy news release on our fight with among them; but only I answered name was "Makepeace"? the chief or sole good in life and

"And I was very glad to hear it," the cruiser! present. So they put an army tank 5. In what part of his body did that moral duty is fulfilled in the ,
said Kelly. "Because then I knew "I went to bed sick as the silky- major and an air-corps.capt in as Paris mortally wound Achilles? gratification of 'pleasureseekinginstincts.
that Harris and Reynolds had got- voiced commentator, again repeatedhis substitutes, if they failed to arrive. 6. What is Hedonism? .
ten decent burial at the American account of our victory, when all But at 10:35 here they came on the 7. Who discovered Cuba? 7. Columbus.
cemetery in Cebu before the Japs out here knew we had only expended run, so the captain and the major
arrived. But then I asked, 'Where's ourselves in the hope that it were turned aside. They were to

Bulkeley?' You see, the last I saw go on the next plane-if there wasa Transforming That Old Washstand :

of him he was tearing around the next. I
other side of that Japanese cruiser, "Just before we got aboard, Gen- Into 'a Streamlined Piece for Parlor
from eral Sharp came over to tell me
trying to draw its fire away
me, so I could get in to polish it off.I goodby."He .
thought they'd probably got him.I # Y said this was probably. the adding a plain baseboard and a
heard he'd turned up later in Min- last plane out, and he wanted me coat of paint the piece is finished
to take to MacArthur.'Tell with modern air.
a message a The paint
danao, but it was just a rumor. i
"What actually happened was :_ 'V him 'the end here is drawingnear should match the woodwork and if
and if can't be sent in old hardware is
this," said Bulkeley. "They didn't help a removed to make
4ror few Mindanao will fall. Of for .
get me, but three destroyers chasedme v days STRETCH way simple new drawer pulls
course, probably he understandsthis CHINTZ OVER the screw holes should be filled
until dawn, when I pulled away H o o
into shallow water, and we tied up 'and maybe nothing can be CARDBOARDTHEN FRAME with plastic wood and sandpaperedbefore

under a pier to get some sleepasI done. painting.The .
"Then he talked about us. 'Ev i diagram at the
think I said. upper right
"When night came I went on up r \ erybody left here in the islands shows how to make the wall deco-

to Iligan, where I intended to get should realize,' he said, 'that those OLD WASHSTAND ration from a remnant of flow- +(v
who are called to Australia are the : WITH SIDE SHELVES;NEW ered chintz. If
gas and go on up to Cebu to see TOP AND V"BASE BOARD you use an old
be most useful
who will for
what had happened to Kelly, although ones MAY BE USED HI LWING ROO> # frame, the chintz picture may be
the work ahead. Those who leaveare DINING ROOM OR ENTRANCE HALLTODAY'S
the
hadn't : given of oil
I was pretty sure he I appearance an
got out alive. But at Iligan I was the men for the job, regard- painting by applying several coatsof
less of rank and of service. living room is often
met by a radioed order from Wain- years varnish, allowing plenty of time
The rest of he said 'consider with streamlined
us
,
wright; there were no more torpe- for each coat to dry thoroughly.
ourselves as being expendable, pieces that have served a more .
does for the MTB's, so he couldn'tlet M t
which is something that' may come humble purpose. Almost any plain
us have any gas. They were Note: The remodeled washstand is from
We washstand dresser be
to any soldier. are ready for or may given -
needing it all for the planes out to r w, Book 10 of the series of homemaking book-
it and I think will that long smart lines by adding
Australia."So they see we lets prepared for readers. Book 10 also
will meet it squarely when it comes.' open shelves at ,the ends. Here a contains more than 30 other things to
TIi-
there were-stuck at
we top of plywood with a plain mould- make from things on hand and available
"Then they called
I went to headquarters my name, we materials.
gan. on over Booklets are 15 cents. Address:
at Del Monte to report the bat- shook hands, and I climbed aboard. ing around the edges extends
Each of us who were leaving un across the stand and shelves. By
tle with the cruiser to General Sharp % MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
strapped our 45's and handed them
-certain that the end was before us Bedford Hills New York.
on the island. We'd be fighting here out through the plane's windows. to Housewives Are UrgedTo Drawer 10
Fn Mindanao with rifles to the end. the fellows who were staying be- Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 10.
But that 13- r. 'M.r hind., They'd be needing them .bad Turn in Waste Fats
morning-it was April ly and we wouldn't." Name................................
General called in
Sharp me to say
he'd just got orders from Melbournethat "And Peggy?" someone asked. That there is an acute need for Address.............................. .
I was ordered to report to Mac- "There were three seaplanes sent 'more fats' and greases is emphasized -
Arthur immediately on the plane out from Australia to Corregidor at in a recent statement 'by

leaving Del Monte that night. Fora the very last," said Kelly, "which, I Donald M. Nelson, chairman of When the soldier talks about'"the

while I felt rotten. 'Tell him the end here is draw- I among other people, were to bring WPB. skipper" he means his captain,
out the nurses. One of themwas Over 85 of all
ing near. per cent glycerine
"Then figured, it another way. the head of his'company: Andthat's
If I could get to Australia, I mightbe might slow down a Japanese victory, shot down off Corregidor, but the produced is now used for military just what the title "captain"means.
other two loaded and got back to 1
and the need is increas-
able to persuade MacArthur to purposes It the Latin
and we had failed even in this. comes from .
Lake Lanao where they gassed :j
bring out the rest of the squadron.It "Next morning the army colonel for the big, homeward hop while up ing. Housewives have been most 'word "caput" meaning "head." ;J
looked like it was their only for He'd had co-operative in response to- appeals Another leader high in'the Army w
sent me. a plane-less Sharp held the Japs back from the
chance. 'I'm going to try'to get out aviator hard at work who had col- lake. One of these two got safely to save waste fats; but' gov- man's favor,is Camel cigarettes-

all your officers and key men,' he lected thirty-nine of the fifty cara- away; the plane Peggy was in ernment surveys reveal that while they're first choice with men in '
had said. 'I'm not going to lit you bao. Soon the others would be here, cracked upon the take-off. So now six out of ten women are saving the Army. (Based on actual sales ';
die in a fox hole with a rifle.: I knewhe so 'I was to start work today-a we won't ever know. fats, only three out of ten have records from service men's own

had believed the MTB's had a trail-blazing; expedition to inspect the "But as our big ferrycommandbomber thus far been delivering their stores.) When you're sending gifts

great future in the war. jungle path up to :Lake Lanao. But swung wide out over the waste fat to meat dealer collec- from home, keep in mind that a

"So I sent word to the rest I suppose a plane came while I was field after the take-off, you couldsee tors.Directions carton of cigarettes is always most .
would get them flown out if possi- away? I didn't even bring it up; it the island and then the path of are very simple. welcome. And though there are :
ble, and got aboard the bomber that seemed so hopeless now. I went moonlight glistening over the water, Housewives simply.strain waste Post Office restrictions on pack :

night. As we left the field, the Japs back. to my quarters and had just just as we used to watch it glisten fats of every kind into a clean can ages to overseas Army men, you
divebombed it and put one motor packed to go when the phone rang. from the tunnel entrance at Corregidor. and, as soon as the can is full, can still send Camels to soldiersin

out, but we got through." I[ was to report to General Sharp at And suddenly I rememberedthe take it without delay to a meat the U: S., and' to men in the ,

"He left me in charge," said Ak- the; landing field at once, and bring last thing she said to me-her dealer or frozen food locker op- Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard .',:

ers, "and presently General Sharp everything I had with me. voice was just as clear as if it had erator. Any clean can will do. wherever they are.-Adv. fM1'

sent me up to Lake Lanao in the "It was grim waiting at the air- been two seconds ago, instead of

middle of Mindanao Island on a peculiar port. The priority list was made up many weeks, over that signal-corps F-- Ii .',
mission. They were afraid in Melbourne and each man had a telephone in the army hut on Ba-
the Japs might land seaplanes on number. A plane would not hold taan, 'after I had told her this was \\i

it and I was to set up defenses there.'I more than thirty, they knew, but good-by. 'Well,' she said, 'it's been ., ":::'
was to teach the army how to run more than a hundred :were waiting awfully nice, hasn't it?' And her ;

the machine guns." there. Because perhaps two, maybeeven voice had sounded clear and brave, Chief test pilot of : .;
"Cox told me Bulkeley had gone three, planes might come. Or but seemed to come from far away." Republic Aviation r ;' 'y"4 ,: :

home," said Kelly, "and, thinking I perhaps someone whose name was [THE END] tan .- ':I
f was dead, had made him squadron -- who test-dived :

commander. And I didn't know Army P-47 '"
what to do. There I was-no crew, .-:;:.:.!
Thunderboltfaster '..
,
j no boat, no job, while they' were t '
busy dismantling the 41 boat, to than the!! :':"' !

take it up to Lake Lanao and 'end speed of sound! .
the war fighting with the Moros. SoI -

decided I'd better get up to Del r. :: 4
Monte and report to Sharp so he / tc'r

could tell Bulkeley I was alive, and
.
send in my report by radio to the a : ; ?
States on the scrap with the cruiser -ln S ? ".1of
and what happened to my boat. _.;):"

"The General was amazed to :
j see '
& x
me. 'Bulkeley said you'd been killedin 4/ CAMELS /; '
;
action,' he said. He listened to ,1c SUIT ME TO A t .I'

my report on the battle. 'I'll send ,-,
you to Kalasungay,' he said, 'near '_ YOU CANT BEAT r,.> -
the airfield where the planes come .y { f >: ''-;'
in. But I warn you, there's not too 'EM FOR FLAVOR ANDY ::
: r
much hope of getting out. There's P'
.
? ARE :
I < :'f THEY SURE '
almost no more gas to refuel the ,[1
f f -4i ffi>
planes at this end, so I doubt that a' r. EASyONMV ;\
they'll send any more.' I said I was ::,'IG.diJ

sure we were getting outMacArthur r THROAT Co$ j '
had told Bulkeley he would do
.
it if it was, humanly possible. ....

"The town was forty-five miles \\'h: :: '--4-\-: :: ft .;'5
away, and I reported to the army .
colonel there at noon. He askedme -)\ .' ,rF

why I was here. 'Waiting trans- THE ZONE ( ..!i
portation to Australia,' I said.
'No use getting your hopes up,' w'ZI1: A WHERE CIGARETTES =Q$w

he said. 'And since I've had no in- JUDGED rraa tARE 1i

structions, I assume you're here on
a duty status and am going to put .:_
for
ground
to work.' -T-ZONE"-Taste and Throat-is the proving
you .1
'That's okay,' I said, 'if I don'thave cigarettes. Only your taste and throat can decide which ciga ',.
to leave the vicinity.' rette tastes best to you..and how it affects your throat. Based

'I can't even guarantee that,' he on the experience of millions of smokers, we believe Camels :.

said. "I'm organizing a carabao will.suit yourTZONE".a"I. Prove it for yourself! '>
pack train to Lake Lanao. They're ...
cutting the trail now. I have anotherman .J .g.i
rounding up fifty carabao and Tt x .iu

drivers. When he gets them, you'llbe : ; ".,I6y -
in charge of leading the pack : 1
train.'

"I didn't say much. I figure., ne
and I were in for a showdown. I







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Gunpowder Is Dangerous;


Yet Safer Than Taking a Bath

-

If door and window screens are Should the wooden handle of a
Making 'gunpowder has been called the most dangerous job 'GE CR EN ADlO painted with aluminum paint it I crosscut 'saw break, temporary
in the world Yet there is a higher percentage of accidents in gives a clear vision out, yet makes bolt on a worn-out horseshoe.This .
the average home bathroom than in our plants where death Released By by VIRGINIA Western Newspaper VALE Union. it difficult to see in from the out- will serve quite well"until a

' ; to the Axis is cooked like macaroni. A glance at one plant side during the. .daytime.. new handle can. .be.had.

: in the southern Appalachian mountains will explain this paradox. THE first picture which
, Hepburn will Using a brush will loosen more Corduroy need not be pressed.
! Every worker is carefully' make for M-G-M under her dirt from a stubborn spot than A whisk broom is a cool way to 0
searched on entering the plant, contract will scrubbing on the board. bring up the nap and restore its
ryC new long-term softness.
which itself is separated into be "Without Love," in which Be sure that all electrical ,connections i .

many units so that one unit can she starred on Broadway last are safe. Repair frayed Give geraniums fresh air every

blow up without taking the oth- season; it's by Philip Barry, or worn cords and loose connec- day; do not allow them to becometoo
with it. A worker discovered tions. Never repair electrical linesof
ers who wrote "The Philadelphia dry; fertilize them with a com-
carrying a safety match inside It's versionof installations without turning the mercial fertilizer and give them
Story. one more off.
the plant is suspended for two the old, old tale about the young power plenty of sun.

weeks, and anyone found carry-, woman who marries with the under-
kitchen matchis standing that the marriage is to be
ordinary
ing an

'dismissed. Hundreds of signs ra discovers purely one that of convenience she loves ,the and man.then F Wild life in Your Garden -I j I

constantly remind workers of h< after all.Until .
how close they can be to ."--
time is required in filling orders for a
eternity. about two months ago Dick few of the most popular pattern numbers.
, Here is made much of our 4x Haymes was just a chap who sang Send your order to: .
which is the with a band-Harry James', BennyGoodman's
smokeless powder ( :
# oI: and Tommy Dorsey's,
propellant that drives the shell \\4 in that order. As vocalist with Dor- AUNT MARTHA
207W Westport Rd., Kansas City, Mo..
containing the explosive charge m' sey, he'd had a.share in "DuBarry Enclose 15 cents for each pattern
of TNT. Was a Lady," when it was made-at
desired. Pattern No. .....-.......
recreational Metro last spring. Recently his star
> This slide is not for began to rise; he had a successful Name ...............................

purposes. It is an emergency exit St fi: y ff: Address .............................
chute. There are several of these

chutes throughout the plant spaced hYt
All can be : :i i' JAb'.C. ':YY TRANSPLANT a bit of the for-
only a few yards apart. A... F i
.c'I.hit t cut- NO ASPIRIN FASTER
your garden-wood
reached by workers in'a few sec-
outs of this. trio do the trick. The than genuine, pure St. Joseph Aspirin.
onds. A plant worker demonstratesa y shy baby deer and his friends, the World's largest seller at 10(. None safer,
quick departure. F rabbit and squirrel, all come on Done surer. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin.
pattern Z8884. They are to be cut

: :ii ... from plywood, wall board or thin Pigeon's Flying Muscles
Yhy\Y ? :.rt. R Y M r' lumber with jig, coping or key- The flying muscles of a pigeon
hole saw, painted according to directions represent half its weight.
and placed outdoors to
add their bit to the surroundingsof
% your home. o .
.
SNAPPY FACTS
The price of the pattern is 15 cents.
\g Due to an unusually large demand and ABOUTWjf
current war conditions, slightly more I
/ RUBBERThe

DICK HAYMES Likely Hercules Knew

night club engagement, cut,two tremendously Nothing About Cave Man )
successful records, was
given stellar billing in the air's
"Here's to Romance." He'll proba- The aproned figure at the sink annual' consumption of
bly sign with a major studio before gazed sadly at the accumulationof gasoline on 'highways which
i .. has a bearing on rubber
i. .f you read this. Somebody at Metro plates and dishes, pots and consumption jumped from
realized that the lad was hot stuff, pans. Was this all that marriage 8,500,000,000 gallons in 1925to
: wttt: and ran "DuBarfy" for a look at meant? 22,000,000,000 gallons in
sW A heavy sigh, a rolling of 1940. Some to
: Q: him. Every scene he appeared in up figures keep
sleeves, ""and the kitchen was soon when gasoline short-
had gone to oblivion; on the cut- .. injnind
ting room floor! filled with'tfie clatter washing age"Is mentioned today.In .
and scouring. The toiler paused
;-f-:
general, rubber has the
guayule
As no matches are allowed, the Workers' shoes are made so that I "For Whom the Bell Tolls" still from time to time to listen to the same qualities and characteristicsas
electric there is heads the list of what New Yorkersare steady thrash of a typewriter in plantation tree rubber, except
management provides' an no danger of striking a ,
talking about-with the war ex- the next room.Suddenly that It has a high resin content,
lighter in the one place smokingis spark. Soles and heels are gluedon. cepted, of course. The general opin- the noise ceased, anda about 20 per cent,compared with
allowed-the "bull pen." Coveralls are fire-proofed. ion seems to be that it is by far the large, spectacled woman, loftyof 4 per cent (In tree rubber.

best picture that has come. along in brow, appeared in the doorway. The first manufacture of rub.
1943, worth sitting for nearly three "Hercules, darling," she said, ber footwear outside of the
hours to see. You'll enjoy it more if addressing the little man, "I never United States took place in
you've read the book, since it had to can'remember you spell 'cave 1856 in Scotland.B.FGooJjrj.
be changed a bit to conform to the man' with or without a hyphen?"
Hays code. But on the whole it is
remarkably true to the story. The Brought Us PoinsettiaJoel
cast is excellent; it was nothing

short of inspiration to give Katina Robert Poinsett, American
Paxinou the role of "Pilar." The minister to Mexico (1825-29), no-
photography, in technicolor, is some ticed the striking beauty of the
of the best that we have seen. scarlet and green head of the poinsettia -

YY' s1 --7: and the fact that it usually
n ';; ( The 350 soldier actors of "This Is came into blossom about Christ-
the Army" were forbidden by the mas time.
war department to talk to actresseson Poinsett, who was a botanist as
the Warner lot while making the well as a diplomat, brought sev-
31 rn13r/.t;..jr,,: picture. Joan Leslie, the leading eral specimens back to this coun- .
.E lady, couldn't understand their in- try, and fellow scientists soon
difference to her. They sent a second learned that the plants thrived in
lieutenant to her dressing room, sub-tropical parts of the United ,
finally, to say "My men want you States. 'l' I 4.
to know that by unanimous vote .
they have chosen you as the motion
picture star they'd most like to
meet." After that Joan felt better,

yf, ul y'x ,." WBOLIGRAIN I
RKO Radio announces that stage,
radio, night clubs and little theaters
have been combed to provide the
studio with new film talent having
/ possibilities of stardom. Edward
;' '. Small, whose pictures are releasedby
; i{', United Artists, announces that

o l I jr he has signed Tony Devlin, 16yearold dot
UY The basic ingredient of smoke-: student of a Los Angeles high
4 school, the first or a list which he
r''l111r$/ / less powder is usually short-
hopes to recruit from high schools c.
fibered cotton, or wood-pulp. and for possible motion
colleges picture Kellogg's Corn rakes; NUTRITIVE
y /y / When cotton is used it is careers. The talent search is are restored to whole r Q;.

mixed with acids in the nitrator on! .."-- grain nutritive value of VALUES OF tj

house. Then it flows like a A complete file of the London -Thiamin (Vitamin B1)), y\3
(VITAMIN
stream of froth to the boilingtub Times for the period of the great Niacin and Iron, as rec- THIAMIN 811 a

house. In this form it is blitz of 1940 was received by War- ommendedbYtheU.S. NIACIN ANDIRON
ner Bros for source material for
known as "nitro-cellulose slur- Official Nutrition Food
the Ida Lupino-Paul Henreid pic-
Rules. I !
ry. After several more ture, "In Our' Time." One of the issues ,
changes the cotton looks like included an account of the
macaroni. In the last processthe death of Stanley Lupino, Ida's father Ytta
/J/// / /'v / Y' /' strands of smokeless pow- who was killed in the blitz.
The famous actor was serving as
der are snipped into various a defense volunteer. Incidentally, r
lengths for different caliber you'll hear Ida humming one of her
shells. own songs in the picture; paid $25
4i for it, she sent the money to the
; 1 Above: Raw cotton at the start Hollywood Canteen. FLAf E
/ //y r of its death dealing trans/d4ma. ;
tion. Left: Nearing the macaroni, : About a year ago Russell Wade
I II stage, the strands are forced was picked right out of a group of Kellogg's Corn Flakes ; ,s. h'J.J..,
I extras by RKO and given a term "
1 through this press to get them event contract. He'll be featured in "Ghost -fruit-and milk or

and smooth. Ship." .I cream.Maldng WI M............../11111 N/f........







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THE CLEWISTON :NEWS
PAGE FOUR FRIDAY AUGUST 13, 104'J:
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The Clewiston News .:..:.:..:..:::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:.:..:.. FIRST. C.BAPTIST Meador, CHURCHH. Pastor general Cap Jim store, who and plies post the coast office in, and his Governor"Match and Federal his Cabinet.grants for then "


sailing sharpie. Steven, female-shy, aged, blind, and dependent children I.,
"Put God first Literally. finds many things on his route, in
Published every Friday in Clewiston. thus allowing $40 per month for the )
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS,, With Sunday School':-9:45 a. m. eluding a girl. Rivalling him for her aged. Cut red tape In obtaining old '
TDC. Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. affections by Sylvanus Hurley
ingratiating
-
age pensions, and aid to the blindand
Training Union-7:15 p. m.
'
scoundrel
and South to dependent children. (
KEATIILEY: BOWDE.V Editor Evening Worship-8:30 p. m. Florida's first land "boomer." 1:

Our We think in terms of priority When "Raise salaries of school teachers. :
!= Boys the government builds
these days, and have become use to houses of Foster education and follow and ;,
refuge along the beach for
this method. We accept it as im- maintain the leadership of the State
second cla!s! mail matter shipwrecked sailors, Steven's friends Superintendent
Entered as and the
effort educators
of
portant to the great war
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office in the -Jesse Paget and his Cuban wife,
Florida.
Clewiston, Florida. under the Act. or In which we are called upon to help In. I Della, and his cracker mother, Linda
!March 3, 1897.Subscription As Christians we' too should give God "Maintain and advance Florida's a
-get jobs as keepers at one of them.
priority in our lives, especially sincewe The Pagets commercial aviation leadership :i;
Qtj with Steven and the .
Rate ,Z.O) Per Year. Service are in a great battle against Sin. girl he loves, clash with the dangerous tourist trade, natural resources, ;

AdTcrtlains Rate On Application.Devoted We must take the side of God or else beachcombers.THE forestry, lumber, turpentine and ,.
our efforts will be contributed td the rosin, fisheries, sponge, minerals and

Devil. Who is first in your life, God BAREFOOT MAILMAN pictures others, encourage and promote In-' .j i

to the advancement and wet or the Devil? "Seek ye first the vividly the simple, peaceful, yet dustrial expansion in j

fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. NNN. :.INN..INMNMNNI.:M.N:..:NNN. ...:N,1. :H....:..: Kingdom of God and his righteousness. stirring time of early settlement life r.rw./wr.--------- .Florida"a 3
ry--
." in America's only tropics.!. I
,
The latest arrival overseas among NOTE:.-
The ordinance of Baptism will be. /
Lang, who
Clewiston boys is Sammy I ..
NATIONAL EDITORIAL according to word received by his administered at the evening service I Among the unique mail carriers

family has arrived safely in England Sunday night. This is an impressive of all time are the barefoot mailmenof ;

ASSOCIATION. service and should be witnessed I Florida. The route of these men HOUSEWIVES%
13
.
by every Christian. was the better part of a hundred-

Paul Slonaker's mother sends in Wednesday is the time when large mile stretch of beach along the 'wild

Paul's new address, with the request numbers are finding their way to the roadless southeast coast. They

that his paper continue to be sent to mid-week service. At this service found it easier to walk barefoot on

we. are enjoying the study of Ephe- the soft, giving sand, and had a
from
<..:-:M:..:N jj..:..:..:..:..IN:N N..NON. .N M r...:N.M:M:M: him home as than he is ever farther now. away Paul is sians.Ve have been learning special technique for being an accomplished -

somewhere in the South American something which is vitally impor- 'beach "walkist." It took GREASE IS AX ESSENTIAL

tant to every Christian. Your three days each way for'the carrier
RAMBLINGS zone and is with the Navy. MATERIAL FOR .
I spiritual life will be deepened and between' Miami and Palm Beach to

By B. B. Henry Kolstad writes, surprisingly you will appreciate the fact that you cover his route; he walked nearly

enough from Fort Sam Houston, are a Christian. Read the Book of (Continued on Page S) MUNITIONSCLEWISTOY
r.1. :":":":M:.(M:"'w":":" ":":M.":M:":" Epehesians through by Wednesdayand
Texas, where he has arrived for
medical treatment. I join others in this hour of
and Henry
I care Political Season-
I
Well, "I dood it. For weeks
meditation and prayer and Bible MARKETS
a first lieutenant in the Army Exchange ._
had been harassed by visions of a study.
in Carribean
Service, was the
I Continued from Page 1) CAN NOW HANDLE
vacation, and tantalized with Defense command and was overseas Choir practice will immediately
Chief Executive. Among the goals
thoughts of cool breezes, some onelse's e 'somewhere" when he became ill. follow the prayer meeting. YOUR SALVAGED
towards which we shall work are:
no Although he maintains his. illness is The auxiliaries of the W. M. S.
cooking, no newspapers I | "Win the war and peace following'
not serious he was hospitalized and]I will meet at the church at ',9 :30J .. FATS
And each day was it.
responsibilities. I I was brought back to the states for ]( Thursday morning. All young people -I
before it,
of the day
just a repetition further check-up. He was lucky are requested to attend these important "Equitable and just taxation. Wiseeconomy

and little more heat, a little more enough to catch military aircraft meeting. in state government. DO YOUR PART -

work, a little more worry, until it transportation back so made in 11 "The carnal life cannot pray in I "Maintain and expand gains already
look like mountain. After
began to a hours a ,trip that consumed two the spirit and power." made by Florida's citrus, hor-
from it all, the situation -
six days away weeks on the water. His address is ticultural, vegetable, sugar and, gen-

is considerably clearer. The "Brooke General Hospital, Fort Sam' eral farming industries.
work and the are Book ReviewsTHE
Beat, the worry "
Houston Texas.
"Cheaper automobile license tags
there but instead of a mountain
still ,
I "Justice ,and equity for industryand CLEWISTON REALTY
foot-hill
they are just a nice little
Jimmie Hines has been transferred -
BAREFOOT MAILMAN labor-peace, cooperation and
planning can be
that with a little i
to Tyndall Field, Florida, having By Theodore Pratt understanding."Aid .
and DEVELOPMENT
maneuvered nicely. ; .
just graduated from intensive.course .
an
(Now In Local Library) and encouragement for the

This vacation was definitely not in airplane mechanics at In this new novel the author_ tellsa veterans in the establishment of
of the sterotyped variety. There Jimmie'was CORPORATION
Sheppard Field, Texas. ) romantic adventure of Floridawhich homes.

was, no beach, no mountains, no for some time attached to the Military he knows so well and has .
3
parties. There was just an air-con- I "Harmony and cooperation of the
Police, when he first went into written of in earlier novels. This I

ditioned room, good food, three service but transferred to a more active time he has discovered a piece of "L'
movies, likewise air-conditioned; a
portion of the army.
unknown history, as colorful as.it. is
few very desultory shopping expen- .* .. engaging.In -

ditions, the stores' being chosen exclusively Clyde Stephens (Butch, to most of the Eighties the present "Gold

from among the air- on- you) is in the Army Air Force and Coast" of Florida between Palm FOR RENT .
,
ditioned list; more food, more sleep that
; likes branch of service very 'Beach and Miami was as unfrequented j

more rest.. During the six:days' I much. He is'in 'Greensboro' NorthCarolina as the west coast of';Africa.: Mi- 0)H .... _'. ,. .:.
not hot once,-I had nothing to
was and the is
says country
ami Beach, now known to millions, .
do,- and no definite time in which to
beautiful but he would not trade was a mangrove swamp. The rest :

do it. After six days I was readyto Clewiston for all of' it. Mrs. Step- of the country was a jungle ,wilder- I 1,000 Acres of Muck Land or 40 Acre 1

do something else, and if I had a hens has subscribed to the News for ness -where; desperate beachcomberslived.

week or so more, would have then him so he can keep in touch with I Tracts, West of Clewiston on road and

tried for a'regular vacation. SinceI his friends who are in the service Stevens Pierton, the young bare-

didn't I came back to work I and the home folks too.
foot mailman-Doc, who keeps the railroad.
.
.
I .
The two sons .will be home this Mutt Waldron has received a pro- '"'

week-end and life' will take .on its I motion again. He ,says he has been pital way off in California when ..: .<- .:::'-

usual aspects again. made Yeoman second class and is your brother is home on furlough, F. D. DUFF Agent '

And four short weeks later school getting along very good there in but we are pulling for Elbert to .

will begin, and another summer will I Virginia. He expects to go to sea make a quick. recovery, and be back CLEWISTON .FLORIDA "

have passed. soon aboard one of the largest aircraft on his feet in no time. Good luck, I

carriers and is Elbert. J
s a 'a I really looking
forward to that with enthusiasm.
The Garden Club which .. ,
-
sponsored -- - -- ----- ---
He says, "It is really surprising how
the establishment of Clewiston as -
our boys are wanting to get out
a bird sanctuary, is concerned with there and get it over with. I work THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
the fact that bird life in the city is ;
in
the office and know of all the I
still being abused. The chief vio-
applications for sea duty that .
go '
lators are small boys with sling through. There isn't one person I > i., ; r '.."

shots, who have had a great time I. .
out of almost 100 that wants to stayon
this summer learning with
accuracy land. Si is the "lucky: dog" this
their weapons. Sling-shots are fas- time-Miami
duty. I can't com-
cinating things and all boys enjoy
plain for I
was stationed there for
them. The combination of boy and ,
\
8 months. Thanks for the. NEWS ."
sling-shot can be quite dangerous, and keep them coming."

however, not only to bird-life but to .*

property and to'others as well. I
Jimmy Weaver. writes again from
The club hopes that parents will
the Southwest Pacific I "This will
help by training their youngsters to of': 'I I
protect explain my opinion the News. I
bird-life and not to molestit
Through it I was able to run into ,
in the city limits. If parents will I
Blitz Wegman here. As
co-operate and teach their childrento you remem-
ber at one time he was on the same
leave the birds alone, it will not
island as Wilbur Goff, Dick Hooks.!'
be necessary to call in the strong ,
Larry Nash, Buford
Surrency, Ben
arm of the law to enforce the pro-
Hall and John Stewart. To this list .
visions of the Bird Sanctuary law.
can now be added a good friend of I
*
mine-Bud McNeece, of Delray 1' 4# "

DON'T FORGET TO REGISTER! Beach. I saw him when I was there.

r Next week, August 18th, 19th and Blitz and I are on the island knownas

20th, will be the last opportunity to Island X. My News comes in a

register in' Clewiston to vote in the little late but it is highly appreciated. .I

special election to be held August We are doing a wonderful job
I
31st. All who are. not, already on,the over here, working hard, so we can Ii i
Ii
registration books of the county I get home a little quicker. We can't i

should call at the Hendry County ;I say where we are but you can bet ;i ij

Motors on those dates and register. your last dollar I can give you a real f fI

+ story when I see you. We have

This morning the Thomases found good 'food and plenty of it. Our -- I I ,

the body of their handsome Chow, sign reads: Help yourself Waste j ); )

"Chang," beneath one of the new helps the Japs. We cannot complain Jp L

houses a couple.of blocks from the we have more than the folks

filling station. Many animals have back home in terms of food only.

been disappearing in Clewiston Since I went into active service on "I was just tellin' my brother Fred this against each other, arguing about an issue

within the past weeks, Chang is not Dec. 4th as Seamon First Class, I morning, Judge..there's never been a time like that. We've got a he-man's job on our

only the latest but probably the most have mQved up three places. My in our lives when we got to live up to that hands to win this war and we can't be

valuable and best :Known. He wasa latest one up to Machinist Mate, old sayin''United we stand, divided we fall' wasting our minds, our money 'and our

victim of that low creature, a first class. The Sea-Bees is the place more than we have to today." strength fighting about something we

poisoner of animals. for me as Ions' as the war is on- "How true that is, Herb. And for the tried for nearly 14 years and found couldn'tlife
civilian after that. Soon, I hope.I .
would'like of me, I can't figure out why, at a time work.

Methodist young people from all best of luck to In wish service-also all the boys that the like this, some folks insist on raising a ques"I say there's a time and a place for

parts of the Florida conference will they are getting their mail tion like prohibition. I can't imagine anyeverything, and this is no time or place to

i gather at Florida Southern College, ular as I. It means a lot." as reg- thing that would tickle our enemies more be doing any fightin' except the kind that'sgoing I

I Lakeland, August 23-30 for the an- .* than to get us folks over here taking sides to win the war."

I nual young people's assembly, it is Elbert Hooker is recuperating I II I

announced by the Rev. Robert C. from, an appendectomy performed in i

Boggs; conference director of youth a Navy Induttitu,!> I
work Hospital in California last ConftritK*of Akclt lit Buney .c.t:

week. It's tough to be in a hos-





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FRIDAY AUGUST 13, 1943 ______THE_C1EWISTON___NEWS_______________PAGE_FIVE
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,Mrs. C. E. Gericke and children,I I bride. \vore rose silk jersey and a I Service Station.. 2tp. PLACE ,YOUR ORDER.
Mrs. L. M. Weetman and children and corsage of pink rose buds. Mrs. D.I

Mrs. W. D. Wylie 'and children are A. Farabee, the groom's mother; was] 'for Christmas
cards with.
Personals weeks vacationing in dressed in soldier blue with white'I
f r L ] spending two WANTED Someone

dale.the Gericke home in Fort Lauder rosebuds.accessories Following and the a wedding corsage a receptionwas of pink I to donate new dance Mrs. W. R. Broaderickv


Mrs. F. W. DeLozier and children, held at the home of Mr. andMrs.I I records to the Cadet : Prices very reasonable
Elton Hall is spending this week ,
; in LaBelle visiting; his grandparents.. Marion'time visiting and Billy Mrs.are DeLozier's spending some parents sister Donald of Taylor Mrs. ,Farabee.brother-in-law The couple and, Club. See Mrs. E. L. II Name imprinted. House:

Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Leydig and left during the evening for Virginia I
Miss Marguerite Mizelle spent the family. The DeLozier's are from Beach, Virginia, where they will! Stewart. 204 Sugarland Park.
week-end in West Palm Beach.: Connellsville, Pa. make: their home. He is stationed at'I

Camp Pendleton. Mrs. Farabee worea

Mrs. H. C. Avant, Halson AvantJ Sally Graham left Wednesday for navy and white suit for traveling. M .M. M M M. ._. .M. .M. . ._. .
and :Miss Roberta George were week- Mrs. Farabee is the daughter of
after
Jacksonville
home in
her
end visitors in Miami.Mr. spending several weeks here with M7and Mrs. O. A. Clark of Clew- :!: WANTED' '; 1Two :

spent her sister, 'Miss Florence Graham, iston. She graduated from Fort
and Mrs. J. F. Tippey and in Canal Point with another sister Myers High School and has lived in .
'.' Sunday in LaBelle visiting Mrs. ..
I Mrs. William Johnson. Clewiston for two years. She was _
-" George W. Pettee. : j employed by the sugar corporation. ::
:
first class mechanics. Guaranteed salary and commis :
(. Mrs. Catherine M. Jarvis left Wednesday Jimmie Davis of Jacksonville is Pfc. Farabee is the son of Mr. and .:. sion. Good working conditions, short hours and pout war ;:{
Mrs. D. A. Farabee of Wauchula. He'
for St. Petersburg for a few spending a few days in Clewiston
.
:: jobs. _
weeks' rest. visiting relatives. Since his medical is a graduate of the Wauchula High _:

,-- discharge from the Navy, Jimmy l has School and attended the Universityof ':. : .- _
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson are accepted a civilian defense job in Florida before entering, the Army. fI
. ,
' '
t
spending a two weeks' vacation in Jacksonville.Mr. I I

';,:. Washington and New York. FOR RENTFurnishedHouse. Hub Chevrolet Company a;.
and Mrs. R. W. Turk and
':-,,' Shirley Krueger is spending thill I Joan down Vesta
;. week in Miami visiting Mr. and from baby Gainesville daughter where, came they have Apply .i.:.M..M..M.M..M..M.M.M.M.M.M.M..M..M..M..M..M..M..M..M.M.. . . . . . . . . . . . .............

Mrs. Eddie Shave. spent the summer this week to move Clark, at C. M. Allen's .

their, household things to Hastings,
-" Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Morrison are where Mr. Turk will' be employedfor House. 1 tp.

spending a two weeks' vacation at the coming year.J. .
Fort Lauderdale Beach. WILLIAMS SHOE SHOP
I WANTED To -"
!! D. Hooker is spending a fur- buy an ,"' -
IN BAKER SERVICE STATION
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., and I lough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs electric radio. R. W. ..1(

children have returned from a visit W. ,C. Hoker, and his sisters, Miss 'i'f '" :

in Fort Myers Beach. "'" June Hooker and Mrs. G. E. Crow. Owen. 1 tp. /,!, ,, Now OpenWith I .
,
J. D. is now a Petty Officer 3rd class ',;1 ', \ I
Mrs. Melvin Pape returned Sun- and is Radar instructor at the Naval ',;' .j
day from a visit with] Mr. and Mrs. Air Base.PARTY .
5 electric
FOR SALE- Modern Electrical Equipment to Serve Your Shoes,
Howard Fitzgerald in Fort Myers. I
I( See With Best of Care. -
MARKS BIRTHDAYOF table radios. -
Mrs. D. B. Allen and Mrs. J. K. FOUR-YEAR-OLD GIRLMary I : 1
Weaver spent the week-end in I Thomas E. Markette. 2p .
Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated, by Your Shoemaker,
Haines City visiting relatives. Catherine Francis, whose ;

fourth birthday ,occurred yesterday,
M. A. Royals of Lakeland was a was given a party by her mother, FOR SALE 5-room J. C. WILLIAMSOwner
business visitor here the first of the Mrs. J. V. Francis and her uncle, H.
house South Atlantic and Operator
week. A. Bestor, at the Bestor home. on
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The children played on the large Beck's
Bub and Gene Mills and Eddie screened porch and were later served Avenue. Inquire

Conkling are spending two weeks at _
with ice cream and birthday ,cake ------
the Boy Scout camp near A burndale.J. Mrs. Francis' sister, Grace Ward

and several of her friends assisted

D. Hooker, Miss June Hoker in entertaining and serving. f ;
and Mrs, G. E. Crow spent yesterday' The guest list included Karl and

and today visiting in West Palm Eric Larsen, Johnny Cothern, Lamar <
s x:
of
,Beach. x _N McLendon, Bobby Morgan, Ronald
\ and Beverly Egley, Martha Chris-

Fred Hansen and son, Robert, W. tine Hare, Glenda Sue Etherton, -
R. Broaderick and son, Harold, were Helen Prewitt: Billie Sue Crow Bon-

business visitors in Fort Myers Monday nie Faye Durrence, Lyn Vaughn

.. Jane and Linda Lee, Lovvorn Cur-
rie, Margaret CatoSandra Lucaa,

Mr. and -Airs. J. ,H. Richards and I Gayle Marie Pitfman, Glen Ellen trtt

son, Merritt, of Tampa, spent thweekend Davis, Mary Jean ,King, Jennings ;
here visiting Mr. and Mrs.I Ezelle, Grace Ward Ann Winney, _
_
_
W. R. Broaderick. June and Christin'e Espenlaub., _
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fru il >3
f
BAPTIST YOUNG FOLKS: ARE I
H. L. Davis, who is employed _at
ENTERTAINED WITH FISH FRY i:4.a: :
Panama City, spent the week here
with Mrs. Davis and their daughter,
The Amanda Tinkle Circle enter- '
Marilyn. yfo'o
tained the Intermediates of the Bap- >4 y s ?w.
tist Church with a fish fry a tthe
Mrs. L. C. Porter and two sons I
Boy Scott camp Friday evening
have returned from a week's visit
Those helping with the affair were \Vi? 'rYtiiC+l
with her mother, Mrs. A. Conner, in rit +.auyiu0v'
Mrs Fred Topper Mrs. M. A. Thomas )
Miami.C. \
Mrs. E. :E. Kelly Mrs. O. A. ty:
Anderson, Mrs. C. R. Krueger and ( ;
R. Krueger has returned from
Mrs. Marvin Altman. Mrs. W. A. (
a two weeks' vacation which he Montgomery had charge of the ?!? _
spent with relatives' in Fargo, North
games and MrKrueger was in
.Dakota. charge of cooking the supper.. v'lK b' r ; :. ..SSy4N
Those attending were Lucile I M

Mrs. Carl E. Johnson, Jim and Rogers, Geraldine Barton, Carolyn
'- Lief Johnson left Monday for a two Bryant, Gladys Jackson, Harriet g4'i i.;f'l

weeks' stay at Fort' Lauderdale Alston, Frances' O'Brien Virginia ,I

:; '. Beach. Turner, Mary Nell Christian, John
'.
'" J -- Barton, Sam Kelly, Gilbert McLeod,'
';.:,...-: Gus Cantrell, Jr., of the U. S. Beryl Ingram, Louis Blount, Gene
'- Naval Air Station in Jacksonville Bledsoe Mrs. Barton, Mrs. Arch.
,,; :. spent the week-end h'ere with his Hodges and' Wilbur Montgomery.FarabeeRice .

parents. I

s Miss Christine Bell is recuperatingat ,

the Clewiston Emergency Hos- 4 -

pital from an appendectomy performed -1 Miss Myra Zora Rice, of Clewiston, I ( I : : r if'
there the first of the week;i I became the bride of Pfc. Delaney I daA I i\\

Allen Farabee in a pretty wedding
Mrs. H. A. Land, Gene and Shari Sunday afternoon in the First Bap-

"= Land, Mrs. B. L. Ingram and son'are tist Church of Fort Myers. The Rev. A BIG family like Florida Motor 11 i ,'
spending this week at Fort Myers Milner C. Brittain performed the
Beach in the of rela-
presence
ceremony
Lines has jobs to do . all '
tives and friends of the young many
i'-' Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Hester and couple. .
; ,j- Mrs. F. Powers spent Monday in La- The altar of the church was trans- i important to the whole. The care of t .. :i

cc- Belle as guests of Mr.. and Mrs. formed into a garden setting withan .i
-t'1t Louis Nobles. arch and low picket fences en- : I the cleanliness sanitation of our stations-the comfort and assist .y

.-c, twined with pink Confederate vine. R

Mrs. John Nead of Tanipa is Potted palms and baskets of roses ance of our patrons falls to our Maids, our Porters, and our Red : .j
spending a short time here visitingher were also used in the decorations. .

mother, Mrs. S. J. Yoder, and Preceding the'ceremony there wasa industrious-you've seen them often enough to know j
Smiling
her sisters, Mrs. Cecile Brooks, and musical program with Mrs. Dwight ; I caps. ,
j Miss Marian Yoder. W.' Lambe as pianist, 'playing "Berceuse' Florida Motor Lines and how useful
how they to
,.. from Joslyn, and "Call Me : II : really important are
< .' A. W. Sias, who is stationed at Thine, Own." Pvt. Robert Fox- :
." Miami, spent Sunday and Monday worthy sang, "I Love Thee" and to our passengers. They have shown courtesy and diligence in the
here with Mrs Sias. It was the Miss Betty Jean McDaniel sang "0 '.:fj .
Postmaster's first visit home since Promise Me." The traditional wed- face of a job that seems never finished. Florida Motor Lines appreciates ,:-

he entered the Army a few months ding marches were used for proces- I .

: ago. sional and recessional.Mrs. and thanks them commends their efforts to the vast bus : ;
Farabee wore a two-piece t;

Mrs. Foy Durrence and daughter, street dress of white novelty crepe traveling public whom they serve in many ways-and well.MILLER'S i
Bonnie Faye are leaving today for with trim of Irish lace and accessories I
Fort Myers to join Mr. Durrence's of white. Her small hat, worn '
j :mother and brothers for a stay at the with 'a short veil, had a heartshapedbrim. 1 DRUG STORE ;

; beach. Mr. Durrence expects to join Her corsage was of gardeniasand O,\MAL POINT, FLORIDA ItI
them after a week. lilies of the valley and her only Ij p4 1ho 1Nor E'0t1

jewelry was a string. of pearls, gift ;
1. Mrs. Clayton S. Waters, who spent of the groom. Miss Mildred Wat- .ORID1"oToRIlNE$
Ia Iafi'F
a few weeks visiting at Ortona after ford, maid of honor, wore pale blue .
1 her husband went into the Army, has jersey with white accessories and a
gone to Jacksonville and will remain corsage of white rosebuds. DeWitt

there for the present. She has accepted Farabee, Jr., cousin of the groom, .f
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employment with the Standard was best man. ;;;> ,'w j'.<..: .w;i:4.#<::1,( W t', Fyn.S. k a4.+f,:.?4 'w.""vk l +NmJt ::'"" ,x<<<;,,,,,.') ,...'>'; ",>";' k1, (}] ',%"",$;'..<.. .'x 'Yo
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Adds to Inflation Worry a f WNU 5ervl fuss


Notes of an Washington, D. C. All seem like, little
Innocent Bystander: GERMAN-ITALIAN ANTAGONISMWith

'. Official Figures Show Agricultural Unit Values The Magic Lanterns: Take, "For the invasion of Sicily, the me.::55.ge.S .
Whom the Bell Tolls" as a hearty question of whether Germany and From omewViere
Else
? Have Increased 20 to 24 Per action flicker, and you've got some Italy can pull together a team
fiti thing to like. The acting of Ingrid now becomes something much more to us.
Cent in Year. "
;, .y Bergman, Gary Cooper, Katina Paxi- than a subject of amusing wise- F.1"Cea: #
nou and the cast is big time. It all cracks. The basic hostility always
holds together fine. But if you want existing between them-both the
By BAUKHAGENews Hemingway's story, which called armies and the people-may now
Analyst and Commentator. Franco some of the things he is, this prove to be the fatal fault in the
isn't your dish. All very proper and Axis.
sparing of the Fascist,feelings United States diplomats and news- WNU Features.
Too bad it was released right after men who lived interned in Italy until ..
TEEfACT Allen Chase's sizzling "Falange," May, '1942, recall many. an expression -
documented truth about what Fran- of Italian resentment
WAR RAISES VALUE OF FARM REAL ESTATE; co's Spain is up to. The cinema against the Germans. CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I

(VALUE PER ACRE IN U.S.A.) has made Hemingway flabby, poor On the night before the interned '

1 9 12.14 guy. the Americans U. S., a group left Rome of newspapermen to return to,

I Tfi The Wireless: The commentators, including Richard G. Massock of

00000 0. especially the Britons, were full of the Associated Press, visited a restaurant FEATHERS WANTED
1917 contradictions during the first 'days called Biblioteca, which had / OLD o'NEW-WAKTED.To*
in Sicily. They kept cautioning us been a favorite haunt for- most of rrl\ ERS PrICf's. 41 Years Satisfactory'!

1921 00000 G that it looked tough ahead. Then them before the days of internment.The PILLOW I !I MFG.CO..2219 Dealing.Cole Street.Shtp Erpresi St.LouIs or Writ,Mo.

they'd have to report the fabulous place was packed, largely with
progress that had been made Germans, but when the head waiter
00000 0& REMEDIES
1929 00000 Bob Trout debunked the idea that recognized them, he hustled some

the Sicilians were Fascisthaterswho diners off, to make room for his old PELLAGRA!

00000 .00 c would jump right in on our side. American friends. Thirty years experience. Thousands suc-
1933 ..........._ He cited a dispatch from John Gun- An Italian at the next table mum- cessfully treated. Write DR. W. E. JENKINS -
-r.t, _,I bled about Germans intruding P. O. Box G9I-B. Macon Georgia.
: ; ther to prove his point. Gunther ,something -
19.A2 000000000 reported that on the first night,three whereupon AP's Massock
Each symbol represents 5% of 1912.14 value Allied sentries had their throats cut spoke up: "We are not German!" RAZOR BLADES

Joe Goebbels, the liar who "Excuse me," said the Italian, in-
looks like a midget, kidded the home dicating clearly that to call a mana KENT BLADES S/ne/oorDouWoCdgo The Outstandinc
WNU Service, Union Trust Building I loses, the rest of the country does, folks, but betrayed his panic to the German is a fighting word. Blade Value
mi-
too. We have struggled through
Washington, D. C.
world. His radio stooges claimed This prompted another Italian to
used to
For many months now, govern- nor industrial panics, as we that all landings in Sicily were repulsed come to Massock, the first American Trees Sprout From House
ment offices and conference rooms, call them, but when the farm goes, save a few on the East coast. he had seen for months. Withan Halcyon House in Washington's
in such

no matter how they might echo with it means that things are until a ,That being the only coast that was affectionate embrace, he said: Georgetown attracts the eye of every -
glowing reports from the home or way that there is no bottom.stopping visited Willkie put this common "Please give my kind regards to passerby, for trees grow out
the battle front, have never been everybody touches sense into the mikes: "It is time President,Roosevelt!" of its walls. It was built in 1700

quite free from a ghost. It hoversin Campaign Worked in '41 for us to decide whether we are go- by Benjamin Stoddard, first sec-

the corner and sends chills down The article which I wrote in 1941 ing to commit ourselves to stayingin TANKS AND POTATOESThe retary of the navy.RHEUMATIC.

every spine-it is the ghost of Old reported a meeting here in Washington this war until it has been really army doesn't like to say too
Man Inflation, trying to. come backto of bankers insur- won in, a lasting peace and not in much about it, but the United States
mortgage ,
the scene of his crimes in the just armistice" -. The whim- now has an embarrassment of PAWN
farm organization
ance people, rep-
j roaring twenties. resentatives and others who were pering of the Axis short-wavers riches with respect to tanks. A year
The Office of War Information has Credit admin- makes delicious listening. ago, and for at least ,a year before Need not Spoil your Day-Get after It NovDon't
urged by the Farm put off getting C-2223 to ro- .
just issued a warning that this spec- istration to make normal appraisalsof that, there was great clamor ,about lieve pain of muscular rheumatismand
ter may appear in his most frightful land. Apparently they did a pretty The Magazines: Max Werner speeding production of this weapon other rheumatic pains. Caution:
form if we are not careful. The makes worth thinking aboutin with which Hitler overran the con- Use only as directed. First bottle
Meanwhile educa- a point
good job. an purchase price back if not satisfied.60c .
fat pay envelope is the,inflation dan- tional campaign was started urgingthe Liberty. It is the Nazis, he writes, tinent. and $1.00. Today, buy C2223Groundhog
ger'you hear most about. But thereis farmer, instead of rushing out who are cheered by all this talk ofa However, both the invasion of

a worse one, namely, a farm and buying land with the first moneyhe long war. That is their only hope Sicily and raids over Germany now
land boom. So far, there has beenno got as income increased, to pay now, Werner reminds, since the 'make it apparent that the weapon in Hibernation,
rise in farm land shall take back the During hibernation the ground-
with which
spectacular off his debts. It was gratifying to Blitz is gone on the Fritz. Werner we
trend has is not the tank but the hog's body temperature falls to
continent
prices but a dangerous see the results. In the next year guesses there will be a ninth inningin .
been discovered in some states and plane. about 37 degrees, or just above
(1942) the net reduction of mort- 1944 Collier's is concerned ,
the bureau of agricultural econom- gages was 360 million dollars as (editorially) about 'Americans 'who Tanks were- peeded; for the cam-' freezing, andiits heart beat slows
worried. Here in North Africa and a down to less than ten beats a min-
ics is decidedly are' against an average of1 120 million keep picking on John L. Lewis. paign year
some figures. reduction over the three preceding The editorialist fears that criticismof ago they were the most important ute.

Up 20 Per Cent years. Of course, there is noth- labor's prima 'donna 'may arouse weapon in the'arsenal in prepara-
ing Old Man Inflation hates worse new attempts to slow up the war ef tion for the' landing of November 8.

As of March 1 of this year, in- than seeing debts paid up. \ fort. Such nail-biting leaves me But fewer tanks were expendedin 19" .,.'... rq ,.' *
creases in farm land values over cold. North Africa than had been '
those of the previous year were 20 I Another thing which has helpedthe expected, and we still have most of SPECIAL'DATES''
situation is the fact that
to 24 cent. present those which were sent to that thea-
per Hills Novelette He is
the farmers who are buying 'land Beverly : Help sore, itchy, redness of externally
In September, 1941, I wrote in ter. Further, there will be less
initial well known among the Texas mil- caused pimples,and so aid h alingu5cRESINOL
these columns: now usually put up a large demand for tanks in Europe than in
lionaires After a long struggleto
other words
"Money to burn! cash payment. In they accumulate his great wealth he Africa, because of shorter distancesand
debts and that is
"And the burning question is how are avoiding future decided to settle down and marry less mobility.A .
to stop the conflagration before it another thing, of course, which is tank factory closed_ down in
Old Man In- "Where does an aging man
starts. The chief danger is another equally unpleasant to with nearly all the money in the Ohio last week, a fact which nor-
fire of farm land speculationsuch flation. would have caused great i
prairie world, he once said, "find a woman mally 4e
as started in Iowa in World I There is nothing to stop ,the farmer who will marry him-because she alarm. But it passed almost unnoticed -

War I Today, two years after I from speculating in land if he, cares about him and not his because of the fact that we

the present war started, farm land wants to, buying on a margin the dough?" He finally met a love- now have miles of tanks standing in -

prices are up 1 per cent ." way the gamblers used to do on ly gal-considerably younger '. line waiting to be used in whatever .4;' '. r ,:.,-
Remember, that was written in the stock exchange. Now such trans "If you marry me," he proposed, theater may require them. i; '.--,. '. .0"." '.
September, 1941. Well, steps were actions are considerably limited by "I'll build you the most beautiful Note Claude Wickard says that
taken to prevent speculation then law but there is no law to keep a home in California-among all the tanks are ,like potatoes. A few the Battle
and they met with success. How- farmer from gambling if he doesn't movie stars-and we will give won- months ago everybody clamored for Keep Rolling

ever, as we have seen by compar- know any better. derful parties there-and meet them them. Now they are a glut on the With War Bonds and Scrap

ing figures, land prices in some ... all" "But that's not whaT.I market.
'. states have now increased consid- for want," she said. "I want someone *
erably.. That is natural for much 'Psychology who loves me. A beautiful mansionand NAZI AIR STRENGTHAir SHAVE with SHELBY
has happened since 1941. In 1942, The Fighting Man'I all the money there is couldn't force experts are commentingon

as the Office of War Information have just been reading a little make me live .in it. If you want to the fact that German air activityis

points out, "for the first time in 20 booklet called "Psychology for the try your luck, I'll marry you" stiffer in' every theater of the ;
years, the annual average of farm Fighting Man." It. is one of those And so they were married The European war. More German yk
prices reached parity with other planes have been rushed to Italy, SHARPER
books published primarily for the mansion is now his tomb A
prices." Since the outbreak of the soldiers, and every soldier able to, week after it was finished-she ran are also active on the Russian front, BECAUSE

war, the average of farm prices read, ought to have it. It has 20 .away with the interior decorator. and are more active- over the European .- THEY'RJ
has risen more than 90 per cent, chapters, each written by a well-' I continent combating Allied I J:' /J THINNER
j and farm income by about 80 per known in his bomb raids than at any previous I
psychologist or expert double edge
Studio Small Talk: They hear i .
cent while the average prices paid line. be read time in the war. or single edge
Any chapter can separately -
farmers Myrna Loy will return to' pictures believe the Germans have
by including interest and Experts
and they are all highly in-
taxes, has increased about 25 per teresting. Familiarity with them with Wm. Powell" in "The Thin Man I put up all their air strength. Thisis 4forlOC
Comes Home. And then one filma
cent. significant for it means
highly ,
will make man a better soldier Manufactured and guaranteed by t
Farm income around any year for MGM Errol Flynn, taken everything they
was 19 billion and a better leader. The chapteron they have Federal Razor Clad. Co., N. Y.
1 dollars in 1941-it will be about Ida Lupino and Ann Sheridan are have, leaving no reserves.
mobs is It tells how
only one.
\ 22 billion for 1943. dickering to finance films in Mexico Thus every loss inflicted on the
and why mobs form, what starts a Robert Donat the star is in
That means, of course, that the Luftwaffe in any of these theaters 31 -43
panic and how to stop one. I WNU-7
farmer has money to spend and it Algeria broadcasting news for BBC. represents a decline from the mini-
''I ,is natural that land values would But here are a few of the other He was first to air the Sicily inva- mum required for a defense of the

rise to some degree. As I said, they topics I found exceedingly interesting sion The "Victory Through Airpower" continent. And when you cut a force

i I have gone up as high as 24 per : film has reconciled Gen. Ar- below its necessary minimum, yov a
cent in some states and less than 6 Psychology and combat nold and Major Seversky are bringing about its downfall. ,
per cent in only six states. Those Seeing in the dark Barbara Brewster (Mrs. A. Bloom-' *

figures, says the bureau of agricul- Color and camouflageFood ingdale) has retained former U. S. MERRY-GO-ROUND For You To Feel Well

tural economics "bear watching"! and sex as military problems Attorney I. R. Kaufman in her melt- It is also reported that bankers in Differences among races and peoples ing action Insiders hear that it of capital figures, as seen week, never stopping the blood.If kidneys. filLer
'1 some parts of the Middle West believe and many others.Simplytold may be a sizzler Edith Gwynn's under the flash bulb: Cordell Hull, waste more matter people from were the aware of how the

9I that in some cases, the land psychology.In sum-up of a certain celeb" : "She'smy patient; Donald Nelson, harried and kidneys fluid must, excess constantly acids and remove other wast surplus
values have risen beyond their real this war, a man needs all the best false friend! hurried; handsome Ed Stettinius, matter that cannot stay in the blood
worth based on the long-time earn- helps of that kind that he .can get vain as a Hollywood actor; Henry without better injury understanding to health there of why wouldbe the

; ing capacity of the land. That, if for the contrast between army life Brown Derby Tickertape: Add local -I Wallace. philosophically reflectingon whole system Is upset when kidneys fall
r it is true, of course means that and civilian life is greater than ever. fads: Mrs. Darryl Zanuck' "how the news camera distortslife. to Burning function,scanty properly.or too frequent urina-

right now some farmers are buying This book, "Psychology for the wears her. husband's campaign rib- ." tion sometimes warns that something
II land that won't pay for itself.It Fighting Man," is put out by a non- bons Stop-the-press-item: OPA Enemy broadcasts, intercepted by is wrong., headaches You may dizziness suffer nagging, rheumatic backache -
is reasonable to suppose that profit corporation the Infantry has abandoned price control over FCC, declare Washington is push- pains getting up at nights swelling.You will
they are not members of that unhappy Journal, here in Washington. It book-ends, artificial fruit and reading ing an Argentine break with the Axis b.Why using not a medicine try Doan's recommended Pills the
group of 85,000 farm owners costs only a quarter. It is for the I racks. with "increasing eagerness" to sat- country over.Doan't stimulate the them function tCJ-
j who met Old Man Inflation before soldier, sailor, private or general, isfy U. S. "appetite for encamping"on flush of out the poisonous kidneys and waste help from the
I and who lost their property under ensign or admiral. And it would bea The Intelligentsia: John Lardner the Falkland Islands"unjustly"snatched blood. They contain nothing with confidence.At harmful..
I foreclosures in the decade that end- good idea for a lot of next of and Vincent Sheean are among the by Britain from Argentina.Thus Get all Doan't drug stores.today. Use

ed in 1939. If they are, they deserveto kin to read this book, too. It might correspondents back in town Berlin tries to drive wedges
suffer again. But the unfortu- help them to understand what the Lt., Doug Fairbanks on leave, ap- both between Argentina and U. S.,
nate thing is that when the farmer soldier is up against. pears younger than ever. and between U. S. and Britain.





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to Tell .tiff'f Of The By HAROLD Moody Bible L. LUNDQUIST.Institute of D.Chicago.D. I weigh the man, not his title;
Joe-Was your uncle's mind vigorous (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) 'tis not the king's inscriptioncan

and sane up to the last? make the 'metal better or
Jack-I don't know-the will heavier.Wyeherly.
-.: won't be read 'till tomorrow. ;: MVl7NN7AtitiwiiaM Lesson for August 8 He
prayeth well who loveth well,
.. :YNJN..J. NsSJVYJY.7 ***** *. Both man and bird and beast;
: : r'.VKVi'w'i :' ( v>I 'jI 'Lll'l'JIi'VV -'V'V- ::: Lesson
and texts
Or What? subjects Scripture selected He
and copyrighted by International prayeth best who loveth best
Voice Over Telephone-Is Mike Council of Religious education; used' by All things both great and small.
Howe there? permission. -COLERIDGEJealousy's
Answer What do think this is, :
you
.:-" a city passion 'tisa
t '. a stock yard? GOD SHOWS HIS PEOPLE ;
THE WAY thing unknown among peopleof

-:::, .' :." Could It Be? quality.-Vanbrugh.

; Teacher What does "cubic" LESSON TEXT-Exodus 1317.22; 15.17. A profound conviction raisesa

mean? 22a.GOLDEN man above the feeling of ridicule. -
TEXT-The Lord is my strengthand
John Stuart Mill.
Pupil-Cubic is the language song, and he is become my salvation.- -
spoken by the people in Cuba. Exodus 15:2.


PERFECT GROOMING The destinies of the nations arc BEAT Heat rash irritated akin
in the hands of God. Warriors are thrills to the touch!Mex-
mighty in battle, counselors are 'THE eana, formerly Mexican
quick to declare their wisdom, and H EAT Heat Powder. For sooth .
MA1RfONl Q oR' RJr, ing help, get Mexsana
diplomats are clever in the manipulation -

of wealth and people.. But
y ri ,3 r/r 2, when they have all exercised to the
Varieties of FishIf limit their ingenuity and power they Prolific OnionIt

a family eats fish once a week have only succeeded in bringing us is remarkable how far onion

every week, it will take three "blood, sweat and tears" as the por- seeds will grow. With one poundof
years and four weeks to sample tion of all mankind. seeds you may obtain four tons
each of the varieties of fish and ray of onions.j0bte'.
Israel was about to be delivered
shellfish produced commercially in
from the bondage of Egypt, and God
the United States.,
through His'leader Moses was readyto

be their guide. Even so He guides

every believer in Christ. We may
FOR QUICK RELIEF learn three things, from this lesson.

I. God Has a Plan (Exod. 13:

17-19).
A ANTISEPTICUsed Soothing S A LV E .. Follow; Rules to Make Canning. EasySee There was a direct, easy road

by thousands with satisfactory ( Directions Below) along the coast of the Mediterraneanup 'i
cults for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. to Canaan, but God with His pillar
Get Carboil at drug stores or writo Fruit CanningIt's
Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville Term. This Week's Menu of cloud and fire did not lead
out in that way.

time now to begin putting up Cold Cuts How strange that He should take

fruits for next winter and fall to Old-Fashioned Potato Salad them by a longer, more, difficult

DON'T LET help stretch those ration points and Sliced Tomatoes Radishes way! Not at all. He knew the dan- i ( .
[< to make sure your family is going to Garden Onions ger of the easy way. It was there a
I
CONSTIPATIONSLOW get the two fruits a day required by Hot Baking Powder Biscuits that the warlike Philistines would be NIRAGINa INOIANT

YOU UP the nutritional yardstick.Be Cherry Pie lying in ambush. Such immediate USED

0 When bowels are sluggish and you wise and watch the fruit treesor BeverageThe conflict would discourage Israel and

feel irritable, headachy, do as millions berry vines or marketswherever tempt them to return to the xsr z. ,,
do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern a
you get your of So He took them
fleshpots Egypt. r't' y
chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
fruit-to seethat jars should be set on a rack, rG
FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed, r the other way.
at least 2 inches
taking only in accordance with package ( you get it for your apartstartingwith Note that God's guidance for them
directions-sleep without being dis- L canning at just a cold oven. Don't gamble. .. inoculate all leg
of
turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough the ripe ,stage. The jars should /r was one intelligent planning, not umes-vetch, winter peas, clovers
relief, helping you feel swell again. Try R Fruits should be not be allowed to 'T just impulse or chance. He, knew with NITRAGIN. It costs only
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy what to do, and He did it, for their
touch the sides of few
and economical.A generous family supply firm-fleshed, ripe cents an acre... but makes up
but not over-ripe the oven. If a sec- good. to 50% bigger yields of richer
FEEN-A-MINT! costs only and in prime con- ond batch of jarsis God has a plan, not only for the feed,and helps build soil fertility
10* nations but also for individuals for
dition. Remember canning does not going in after Tests show it pays to inoculate
improve any product; it merely pre- the first batch, your life and mine. Let us'find His I every planting of legumes regardless -

serves it for later use, so it follows the oven does not will for us, for it is good, acceptableand of previous cropping. NI-

-_ Most Men,Stammerers that you get out of the can have to be.cooled. perfect (Rom. 12:1. 2). TRAGIN is the oldest,most widely

Although no one seems to know only what you put -into it. After, the jars are placed on the II. God Provides Guidance (Exod., used legume inoculant.Ask your
why, more than ten times as many seed supplier for NITRAGIN.
Methods for processing fruit for rack, turn on the switch or light 13:20-22): .
men as women are given to stammering
research shows. canning in order of their desira- the oven. Start counting process- God's plan is made known to His FREE BOOKLETS B :

bility are hot-water bath, pressure ing time as soon as the oven is people as they follow Him step by Properly inoculated legumes can .
cooker, steam cooker, openkettle.Although turned Temperature should nev- step. This means that there must add 50 to 150 Ibs.of nitrogen per w
many homemakers preferthe er exceed 250 degrees. Higher tem- be guidance moment by moment, ere.grow Free profitable booklets legumes tell Write.how to ".

\TO\ CHECK IA open kettle for the fruits, the peratures cause liquid to boil out if His plan is to be worked out. He THE NITBAQIN CO.,Uti BOOTH$T.MILWAOKEEWItFew :
! : .1t degree of spoilage is so high and of jars and evaporate. gives such guidance and it is only

:,/-," \ IN lDAYS the vitamin loss so great that it is Fruits for canning are most often when His children fail to follow it
less desired than processing in the cold-packed, rather than hotpackedas that the pattern of life becomes con Chinese Divorces

: : : :; '"'-- tape jars. are non-acid fused. Divorce is almost unknown

:: Hot Water Bath. vegetables. Select The field of divine guidance is one among the Chinese, living in the

Liquid for Malarial For a hot water or. boiling water 'l ? fruit only in in which Christians have widely di- United States.

Symptoms. bath as it is sometimes called, utilize prime condition, vergent'experiences.. Some know the

a large deep vessel. Fit it witha ripe rather than sweet, unconfused daily experienceof
rack of some kind that will hold 'INIr -:. over-ripe. Wash it God's hand upon them, caring for

OF the jars Vz inch from the bottom of wo thoroughly, then even the minor details (or are they
S 1II11RRITATIOHS li \ the canner. Be sure the vessel is ? ta minor?) of life. Others have known

blackheads and deep enough so that when the jar is !:: f pbrle epaarnedapsafcok in the directive power of God in some
acne pimples, bumps ( ), )
ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve immersed in the boiling water, the jars. Fill with hot life crisis, but not in the ordinary
miseries with simple home treatment. water comes to within 1 to 2 inches syrup to within affairs of life. Many, and perhaps
Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
healing, works the antiseptic way. Uso over the top of the jar. 1h inch of the top. Process accord- most, think of divine guidance as a
Black and White Ointment only as directed. Place jars on the rack, allowing ing to the time table: spiritual theory of which the preacher -
.lOc.25c,50c sizes.25 success.
years
but know of it
talks nothing
I
free circulation of air between ,
Money-back guarantee. S3T Vital in the Fruit CanningTimetable..
cleansing\ Is good soap. Enjoy famous jars. The water should be in their own lives. FROM THE WARFRONTTO
" ., Black and White Skin Soap dally. kept (Time in Minutes)
;
boiling during the entire processing Fruit Hot Water Oven What makes this great difference?' THE HOME-FRONT

' ; period. If it boils down, particu- Bath Faith-or the lack of it. Those who

.J To relieve distress of MONTHLY larly during some of the lengthy Apples' 25 75 trust God accept and receive His
processing times, add sufficient boil- blessed leadership moment by mo-
20 68
JI; female Weakness ing water to keep it at the proper Apricots Berries 20 68 'ment. It is as simple as that. Others
height. reach out and take it when the a
. Cherries 20 68 1a
Oven Canning. of life makes them cast
WHICH MAKES YOU CRANKY,NERVOUS! Figs 30 90 pressure -
,
God. Others
themselves simply
Many homemakers like to use the Fruit Juices 20 68 on
. Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com- muddle "doing their best "
along ,
"' oven for canning fruits and toma- 20
68
Grapes
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pound has helped thousands to relieve toes. This can be successful if the'oven which is not their best, for God is
?
periodic pain, backache, head Peaches 20 68 (
ache with weak, nervous, cranky, you are using is thermo- Pears' 25 75 not in it. \c ;
blue feelings due to functional statically controlled and God Gives
will keep Pineapple" 30' 90 III. Joyous Victory
'
monthly disturbances. This
..:-- to Its soothing effect on one Is due of the required temperature, of 250 de Plums 20 68 (Exod. 15:17-22a).

'j' ,'' WOMAN'S :MOST IMPORTANT ORGANS. grees. Quinces' 35 75 Israel soon came against the in-
, Taken regularly-Plnkham's Compound Rhubarb 10 68 surmountable barrier (humanly
"I helps build up resistance
I against such annoying symptoms. Tomatoes 35 75 speaking) of the Red sea. Then

j Follow label directions.Worth,trying Lynn Says: Pharaoh, regretting that he had released \
Pre-cook fruit in light syrup (::scups
them, came up after theman -
water and 1 cup sugar boiled
Canning Pointers: Most fruitsare together 5 minutes), for 3 to 5 min- impossible situation, and the
canned by the cold pack utes before packing in jar. I people began to berate Moses. This

/For Victory method, but apples, pears, pine- "Precook fruit 5 to 10 minutes in time he stood fast in his faith and
apple and quinces are precookedin syrup before packing in jar. said: "Stand still and see the salva- ..

their syrups to give them that Fruit Juices. tion of Jehovah"and it came! O When you realize that FLIT and

lovely, transparent look. Most Many homemakers who will be Then followed the song of victorious our other insecticides kill many of
homemakers are using the light unable to put up all the jellies they joy, which Moses wrote and the the vicious insects'that wage a"war

syrup-three cups water to one would like this summer may put people sang. Deliverance brings of nerves"on our soldiers on many
cup sugar-for canning.If up fruit juices and make them into joy, and forget it not, God is ableto battlcfronts-it's easy to see what

you can't afford any sugar, jelly later. Canning fruit juices ei- deliver those, who put their trustin FLIT will do to common house-

use fruit juices in place of the ther for jelly or other uses is a fair- Him. hold pests! One deep whiff and
sugar, and then sweeten the fruit ly simple matter, and process The application to our spiritual they're stiff!
: when ready to use. Or, -if you ing is 'usually done in a hot water lives is a blessed one. Setting out FLIT is Grade AA.It far exceed.
can't make up all the jellies 'and bath, at a simmering temperature, on God's way does not mean that minimum requirements of Com-
jams because of lack of sugar, 180 degrees F. one will not have trials. They come, mercial Standards C S 72-38 as
put up the juice and make it into Flavor of the fruit juices depends and quickly. We do not get farther issued by the National Bureau of
jelly during the winter when you' upon the fruit selected. The juiceof than our Red sea when the world Standards.Ask .

do have sugar. fully'ripened fruit should be used. sees an opportunity to draw us back for FLIT. ..
Honey syrup may be used in Partially ripened fruit lacks flavor aud comes charging at us from the the knock-out killer

j canning fruits, but expect to havea whereas over-ripe or bruised or decayed rear, like Pharaoh. What to do? -today!
slightly different flavor to the fruit will make sterilizationmore Trust God, and He will drown the
fruit and somewhat darker ap difficult. Pharaoh who pursues you in the very
. ; pearance.Use Red sea which is now your difficulty.He LIT
a i a large kettle in cooking // you have a canning problem, write to will bring you through dryshod

BUY U S. honey syrups because they havea Miss Lynn Chambers, Western Newspaper if you count on Him.
BONDS tendency to boil over and foam Union, 210 South Desplaines Street, Chi. Fearful, fretting, fussing Chris- ems uK.rn..w
AND STAMPS while being cooked. cago, III. Please enclose a stamped, self. tian, why not "stand still" and let VIII!P'n. f |!f Jiy i>fW th rf *-S*'
addressed envelope for your reply. God work out your salvation. nILLO'rV Vfif t"nil,' & lh rJi u *h W rtili,
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Parachutes Being Venice, Florida, to an unannounced unnecessary for the mailer to present NOTICN Judge of Hendry County. Florida at
destination.The either a request or an envelope bear- The City Commission has stricken his office in the court house at La-
service men were enthralled ing an APO cancellation at the time from the registration bookof the City months Belle Florida from within eight calendar
Made From Paper the date of the first
pub
with the charm and beauty of the of mailing. Perishable articles can- names of Clewiston.: Florida the following lication of this notice. Each claim or-
Springs and the underwater fairy- not be mailed The sending of par- demand state the must be in writing, and must
----- Place of
residence and
"WASHINGTON, Aug. 11-(FNS) land. Most of them had seen littleof cels under the classification of Brown Droadfoot.L. M.'Mary Ellen. office address of the claimant post and

--The fall of a pine tree in Florida the state and know only our scrub "fragile" is discouraged. Intoxicants Carlisle, :Mrs. A. C. must agent be or sworn hIs attorney to by the. or claimant the same, his

and the parachuting of supplies to palmetto, sand and mosquitoes. inflammable materials, or any Doty Carlisle., John A, C.H. will become void according to law.
troops in isolated regions of the front Other Army: units are scheduled article :which might kill or Injure Dickson, Julinn M. This 28th day of July, 1943.

have become inter-related to form to visit the Springs at later dates, it another or damage the mails cannotbe Flynn Elkins, Rev.Mrs. W.Lawrence M. J. ELBERT L. STEWART,
was announced. accepted. Guthrie, Mrs. R. L. Administrator of the Estate
of industry
one of the bright chapters Guthrie, R. L. of Elmer Whitfield, deceased.
xjn the: war. Addresses must be legible. Parcels Hackett, A. L. HENDRY COUNTY. FLORIDA .
Such parachutes are made from Price Ceilings To Be addressed properly should show, in Henricksen Hackett, Florence., Fred. Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27, Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24.

'paper, one of more than 10,000 pro- addition to the name and address of Henricksen Agnes.

ducts now being manufactured from Set On More Articles the sender, the name, rank, Army Hirsch Hirsch! ,, M.Mrs J. M. J. NOTICE OF ni.ECTIOX
''Wood pulp, a great number of which serial number, branch of service, organization :Jacobs Thomas.

are being used directly in bolsteringthe A.P.O. number of the Jacobs.Lear .Charles Beatrice.M. General municipal election will be

nation's fighting power. The OPA has announced that, effective I addressee and the post-office through Lear, Charles E. held the election on Tuesday of three September 7, 1943 for
Commissioners
Florida is contributing large quan- September 1, fifteen kinds of which the parcels are to be routed. Niblack Niblack, Meena J. G. H.Schlfm. serve on the City Commission of the to
City of
tities of valuable wood pulp and used articles, most furniture items, Inscriptions may be placed on the O. F. The two Clewiston.candidates Florida.

Florida paper manufacturers are will be brought under price ceilings. covering of the package provided they Tyler Shelley, O., Evelyn.J.E. / greatest number of votes receiving shall the be
deemed elected
humming at top speed to meet the The regulation provides maximum do not interfere with the address, although Tyler. Mrs. 0 .E. the candidate receiving for four the year terms and

cover growing demand. prices, not only for used goods, as is stickers or labels'' resembling Von Von Mack Mack,, Mary M. E. L. elected number of votes shall next be deemed greatest -

Among the numerous essential but sets pricing formulas for' these postage stamps are not permissibleon Ward, Janie R. The candidates for a term who of two have years. ,
items when rebuilt, reconditioned or the outside of parcels. The City: Commission of the City of are: qualified
in which -
wartime developments paper Clewiston
Florida will meet in sessIon E. E. Kelly
is being put to unique uses is renovated. at the City Hall. Clewiston. Flor \V. C. Owen
ida, on Monday, August 23 1943, at .
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A.
that of "paper suits of armor" tough Articles covered \by the regulation Book ReviewsContinued five o'clock P. '-!.. Eastern War Time, C. E. McGehee Miner '
end versatile enough to protect artillery includes: used furniture, bedding,I I I for the purpose of hearing petitions for and three of the candidates are to bo
the of -
restoring of the above
shells from dents and nicks in stoves, floor coverings, portable names to the registration any book which elected.The election will be held In,
handling: and shipment, against ex- lamps and lamp shades, miscellaneous -' from Page 4) may have been" erroneously stricken. munity Center room in the City the Com-Hall
Dy Order of the City Commission of
treme climates and penetration from hardware items, hand tools and the City of Clewiston. Building, Clewiston, Florida. '
seven thousand miles each year us-I The polls will! be open at nine o'clock '
salt water. So sturdy are these paper such items as shovels, wheelbarrows, A. M. and will close lit seven o'-: ...
ually under a broiling sun, some- M. W. DraG City C1er1:::.
clock
P. M.,
containers that. in routine goV- hatchets and carpenters' tools, baby times through hurricanes. The mail No. 34-Aug. 13, 20. The following Eastern election War Time.
officials
ernment tests a 30-pound shell is carriages musical instruments (ex- was transported in this way from appointed to conduct the election:ate:.,
'and dropped 'pianos), commercial kitchen R. G. George, Clerk. -
"slid into its armor case cept '
the early days until the Nineties, at Mrs. R. M. Hare .Jr., Inspector. .
'10 feet, nose first, on a concrete equipment, beauty and barber shop which time the building of the railroad XOTICB 1'0 mnniTOus' M": G. H. Small Inspector.
door without harmful result. furniture, store and office fixtures Probate Lan 1!>33 The following alternate election otficlals -.
I changed the aspect 'of life. are appointed to serve in their'place .
the techni-[i and coin-operated vending machines. I and stead if
Interestingly enough STATE OF FLORIDA necessary:
Little has been takenof
recognition Mrs. G. B.
COUNTY OF HENDRY Rackstraw. Clerk.
'Ques of producing these paper containing the barefoot mailmen. The Unit-11[ Mrs Charles M. Pirkle, Inspector. -
on a vast scale needed for the Mail Xmas Packages You and each of. you are hereby Mrs. W. L. Lott, Inspector
notified and
ed States Post Office Department. required to present any City
defense program was developed by a claims and demands which you, 01 the Jfrderi.0A1the Commission of
has retained record of n.
no them,
I either of you, may have against the
which makes millions of
"company Early To Service Men though in the West Palm Beach Post estate of Elmer 'Vhitti ld. deceased, F. D. DUFF.
. cans for foodstuffs annually, the Office there are six excellent murals, late of said County, to the Count:f Aug 6, 13, 20.. 27, Sept. 3. Mayor.

corn5f1y / executed by Steven Dohanos, depicting
September 15 to October 15 will the carriers. ,
.million of these unique "suits of be "Christmas Mailing Month" for

armor" to carry as many shells to gifts to soldiers overseas. I

tbe fighting forces overseas. These Christmas packages must

Among the most recent achieve- conform to present limitations as to 494

"aneats of science in the developmentof weight and size which are not over J. M. COUSE If Y III %i *l? 2 :?/ i

paper for wartime use is a map five pounds in weight, 15 inches in Counselor and Attorney at I.nw
Which can be immersed in water in length and 36 inches in length and

definitely, wrung out and still read, girth combined. Packages mailed ,Hopkins Building I ant 60.,.

the imprint being uninjured by the during this period must be packed Wednesdays and Saturdays

soaking. tightly in metal, wooden or strong f 9:3O to 4:00Johnson's I II

Florida wood pulp is playing a bidart g double-faced corrugated fiberboard )I Buy r,<
in helping to win the war. boxes and should be marked "Christ-

mas Gift Parcel." Only one package I $ A

Plans Being Studied For will be accepted for mailing by or on War Bonds ,
behalf of the same person or concerto I
Fish Camp :'M
to or for the same addressee during I f%
After The War
Workers I any one week. This is important, (Near Hurricane Gate)

military postal authorities emphas Clewiston, Fla. xb"i M'qa f ?; byA4
ized, and checking by postal officials Boats and Motors-Guide Service hyw
TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 11-(FNS)
Tie Florida State Board will be in effect. Rates Reasonable
T Planning :
:3s vroyking with the Florida State For Christmas packages mailing 'v. H. Johnson, Mgr.. ; z): ,
restrictions are relaxed to it I
'Char1iber of Commerce, the Committee make [I' yah> Y'Jy ,+c.yb'r
for Economic Development and'Other ---------------------------- ----- cLF

agencies on plans to Jake up :
the slack and keep going after the

war when shipbuilding and other I rolvsY o. 1

'-wear time, industries are discontinued. CattleForSaleApproximately i t.I \tlw,,,I'I p'-yr Ja r : shs: ,a + S

Nobody wants to go back to y yy I l L< J M) '
boondoggling and weed cutting and ? : s

.it Js felt that by united action now, X ; Xf .
Open savings account. keep it growing
a
plans can be worked out that will I ,
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.'throughout Insure continued the state industrial which activities will give :%:: 1 00 head of stock :X:


employment released for war to workers jobs later, as on.they are :;!::; cattle Tuesday, August 1 17 at my cowpens **:I i Buy War Bonds &. StampsI

:S: on North side of River, between La- *I

Men of Air Force : :
Army i
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Visit At Silver Springs y ..yX I
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SILVER SPRINGS, Aug. 11 '_' 'f' i
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'(FNS)-A convoy of 1,000 men of < '
the 2065 Service Group of the Army j! "' ; i
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Air Force,. under the command of Paul O'Baiinon :_:I

:Major J. Morrison, encamped at f *

Silver Springs last week enroute from 1 I -

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