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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 20, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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VOLUME 14-NUMBER 38 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1943 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR

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DOWNEY DISCUSSES DR. DOWNEY TO PREACHDr. G. Willis Tyson, Jr. STATE WEIGHING SENATOR HIS SHELDON CHANCES I WAR BOOK NO. THREE

E. P. Downey, of Fort Lau- 1944 GUBERNATORIAL RACE
G. Willis Tyson, Jr., general man-
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GERMAN BREAK-UP derdale, who has spent three weeksin ager of Riddle McKay Aero College, TAMPA, Aug. 18FNSStateSenator WILL BE ',USED FOR
Clewiston assisting with the Com- died in the base hospital at Dale Raymond Sheldon of Tam

munity Church, will preach at the Mabry Field in Tallahassee this pa admitted this week that he was
f I AT KIWANIS CLUB morning services at the church this morning from injuries received in a weighing his chances in the 1944 MEATS NEXT MONTH
collision of planes at the field there gubernatorial race but advised that
Sunday morning. This will be Dr.
Wednesday he had arrived at no definite con-
Dr. Edward P. Downey made a Downey's last sermon during his Major Forrest Sheinwald, base in- _clusion. Others reported mentionedas The Office of, Price Administration
Tery/splendid talk before Kiwanians stay here, as he plans to return to I telligence officer, is quoted in a press possible candidates and checking ; announced' Tuesday that War
at their meeting Wednesday even- Fort Lauderdale next week. dispatch describing the accident as reaction :with the view of possible Ration' Book No. 3 would go into
ing. Dr. Downey's talk was from saying that Tyson's plane and -a entry in the race are Senator J. Ed use Sept. 12, for the purchase of
the point of view of psychiatrist and INFANT CROCHETThe fighter plane collided in landing.) Baker of Lake, Rex Farrior' of Tam- meats, fats, oils, butter and cheese,
he discussed chiefly the subject matter Clifford E. Bjornsen, a Riddle Field pa, W. A. "Bill" Shands of Gaines The brown stamps will replace the
of a timely book "Is Germany infant son of Mr. and Mrs.S. instructor, who was in the'plane with ville, Arthur Y. Milam of Jackson red ones in use now as the red cou-

Incurable" by Dr. Richard M. Brinker L. Crochet, Sidney Lanier Crochet, Mr.,Tyson and the pilot of the fighter ville, Millard Caldwell of Tallahassee, pons are used up. Also, "B" and
"C"
noted psychiatrist. Jr., died in a West Palm Beach hos- plane] were not injured. Dewey A. Dye of Bradenton, John gas coupons must be turned In
for issue.Henceforth .
Quoting Dr. Brinker, the speaker pital Saturday., Interment was madein When news of the accident reacher Beacham of West Palm Beach and new ,
pointed out that through the past Woodlawn Cemetery Saturday. here Mrs. Tyson was flown to Carl D. Brorein of Tampa. OPA announced also,
generation hundreds of Germans had Tallahassee and remained at ''her the meats-fats ration stamps always -
left Germany because their ideas no husband's bedside. will expire on the Saturday
longer coincided with those of the ,Mr. Tyson's death is a tragic CATTLE FEEDING nearest the end of a month, with
WAR LOAN CAMPAIGNTO
group in power. Some of this departure shock tp the many friends he has the newsets_ becoming valid on successive

was by choice, and, some of made in Clewiston since he came to Sundays.
It was enforced. As the populationthus OPEN ITS THIRD Riddle Field when it was organizedin PROJECT BEGUN I OPA fixed the validity dates for
changed there was ''left in Ger- 1941. He combined the traits ofa the last red stamps in ration book

many, a ruling group of people who fine ,executive with a friendly two-stamps X, Y and Z. These
lean toward the paradoid type of DRIVE SEPT.. NINTHKarl spirit that, made him very popular BY SUGAR FIRMA will expire on Oct. 2, and' will become
,
insanity, said Dr. Downey, who add- with the instructors who taught under valid as follows: Stamp X,
ed that few people are entirely sane his guidance and with the cadets August 22; Stamp Y,' August 2'9;

or normal in their mental develop- Lehman, of Jacksonville, at' the Field. cattle feeding project that annually and Stamp Z, Sept. 5. ,

." ment and processes and that many executive manager, of the, Florida His loss will also be felt in the war I will produce some 1,500,000 I Brown stamps A and B, becoming --
people of German blood and nationality effort, for there .are few civilians valid on Sept. 12 and 19 respectively -
War Finance Committee and Robert pounds of dressed quality beef fora
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under this classi- who have exerted such an influence
do not come both will expire on Oct
I
fication at all, but that the vast ma- H. Giedd, of St. Petersburg, direc- on air training of British cadets. nation that is wondering where 2. The next four brown stamps, all

jority of those remaining in Ger- tor of the payroll savings division of Riddle Field ,is the outstanding I its next steak is coming from, has I expiring on Oct. 30, will become
many today do have a tendency in the same committee, were in Clew .British 'Flying School in this country I I been put into operation here by the valid on the following dates: Stamp

that direction. iston Friday afternoon to conducta i (Continued on Page S) U. S. Sugar Corporation. I C, Sept. 26; Stamp D, Oct. 3;

The paranoid, pointed out ,the short meeting of interested citi- I I Upwards of 6000 head of feeder I Stamp E. Oct. 10; and Stamp F,
is dominated individual steers will be fattened Oct. '17. ,...._ "
speaker an ego zens and explain the work of the yearly on M ': 'jrBetween "\
who sees himself s'a being war finance committee.The BOARD' SEEKS NEW I' 3280 acres that lie several miles Sept. 12, when the first
inspired by a supernatural powr southwest fo Clewiston, Jay W. Moran series of brown stamps becomes
need for funds is great and
; he seldom has any sense of the battle of properly financing the vice-president, said. The pro- valid, and Oct. 2, when the final.
humor.Dr. war in order that our fighting forces COUNTY AGENT AS gram will be operated in conjunction -I sets' of red stamps expire both red

Brinker, author of the book, may have no handicap of materialsof with the company's dry-lot feed-I and brown stamps will be usable..
suggested that statesmen, economistsand any' sort is still underway and ing project, which has produced After, Oct. 2 only the brown stamps
psyciatrists sitting 'together at will continue until the final Victoryis HELP FOR FARMERS steers that have been described by I will be used. Not until November

the peace table to discuss the break- won, Mr. Lehman said. There ... cattle experts as being the equal ,of I will it be necessary ,to bring into use
ing\down. of ,German people would bea can be no half-way measures about the best in the country. At Kis- stamps replacing the blue stamp!
step toward a solution of the prob- financing "a war, he added, and urg- The board of county commissioners simmee auctions they have brought used for canned, frozen and dried
lem. The German people are Almost ed that the war bond campaign be in special session Tuesday morn- prices that compare favorably with foods. OPA announced that 'blue
- entirely lacking in real religion put over on the basis of citizens ing found it impossible to approve both Chicago and eastern market stamps U, V and W would become
stated the author; Martin helping themselves and assuring the budget for the coming year or to prices. valid Sept. 1 and would be good until
Luther gave them the Bible, but a their future financial security. In set the, millage as the school budget I The project carries' Washington Oct. 20. .t s'

large'portion of it was withheld from this way, said Mr. Lehman, funds was still in Tallahassee unapprovedat i approval and workers are now building -: OPA announced also that the

the people., Dr.,Downey: believes that for the war will be raised ,by the this time.It feeders, corrals, shelters and! point value 'of frozen fruits -sold in,
?k'"_ -.pdditiontfv0piritual: guidance: to treasury 'and the;rate 'of taxation was' reported 'at' the meeting, I fencing -the ::area, which will'-'be containers more than- 10. pounds
the' peace' 'conference- might make will be kept as low as possible. Un- which was called for: this purpose, I broken into.units of 160'a res' each will be raised to' ;12 points a pound
possible'an' affirmative answer to the less voluntary purchases of war that the- state board of education s'o, that cattle can be rotated from instead of six, points, effective at
question, "Is Germany Curable?" bonds are enough, and Secretary would not meet to consider the one pasture to another to provide. midnight tonight. This action is intended
The Kiwanians welcomed Arch Morgenthau believes that Americanswill budget until sometime during tin maximum grazing. ,to limit the general use of
Simmons as a new member of the latter part of the week. Thereforethe
frozen fruits for industrial
buy enough on a voluntary The acreage is being planted with: purposesso
club., basis, either additional taxes or board took a recess to meet at the improved grasses such as common that adequate supplies will be
forced purchases of war bonds will call of Chairman J. O. Davidson Bermuda, Tifton 35 and 99 improved available 'to increase the output of

RATIONING' of necessity be put into effect, said when word was received that the Bermudas Dalas, Bahia, Para, etc. jams, jellies 'and preserves.

Mr. Lehman. school budget is approved. The feeder steers will be purchasedfrom OPA also announced that gaso-
'; CALENDAR C. V. Parkinson has been head of Commissioner A., J. Evers made a Florida cattlemen and put line dealers will be prohibited after

the Hendry County committee since r motion which received a second bv through a scientific fattening pro- Sept. 1 from accepting old-type B
I.its inception. Both Mr. Parkinsonand G. E. Etherton of Clewiston and gram. and C gasoline ration coupon books.
(Prepared by Tampa DMUct, OPA) carried that the ballots, be preparedby Car still
Mr. Lehman agreed that Hen- Clarence R. Bitting, president of owners holding the old-
Blue Stamps-R, S and T valid, dry County should be worked by Clerk William T. Hull as pre- the corporation, has expressed his style books should exchange them
until Sept. 4. A two separate committees, and a new scribed in special bill known ns faith in Florida's ability to produce for new sheets of coupons between

Red Stamps-E-, U, V and W valid committee is, being ,formed in La- House Bill 827.A choice beef for many years, and the August 23 and Sept. 1, it was stated.
until Aug. 31. Belle to handle the western end of report by John L. Hall, county company has maintained its own experimental The exchange will be made on a
Sugar Stamp No. 14-Five pounds, supervisor of registration, showed ;
the county. pens, where Florida cat-' coupon-for-coupon basis. Its ben
became valid Aug. 16, expires Oct: I Although county quotas have not I i that 1,629 names of qualified voters"tie have been fattened with dehydrated fits, from OPA's standpoint, will be

31st. I yet beep set, 'Mr. Lehman stated appeared on the registration booksat lemongrass pulp mixed to render. useless any stolen, illegally '
Sugar Stamps Nos. 15 and 16 that: the quotas would be about this time, divided by districts :as: with molasses and fed in conjunctionwith held, or counterfeit coupons of
Good each for five pounds of sugar twice the last quota and that in this follows: No. 1-790, No. 2-240, a small percentage of high pro- the"old type.Mptorfsts .
No. 3-337 No. 4-132 and No.5,
for canning valid 'until can readily tell whether -
tein
purposes; campaign ,no investment type bonds, concentrate. Beef from these
October 31. such as banks purchase, will .be in- 130. pens has consistently led, the market they are holding the new or old
Shoe Stamp. No: 18-Valid until cluded. Commissioner Evers asked that at Florida auctions.The I type coupons. The old ones were
Oct. 31.A6 the county be provided with another I I new project is expected to I printed with the words "permits delivery -
Gas Coupons = Good until I county agent since' cattle and farm- of one unit of gasoline." The
W. A. lead the way to further beef improvement -
Shands
Nov. 21. Appoints ing interests had grown to such an new ones carry only the words
and, at the same time,
extent that an agent could be of "mileage ration" plus a large letter
produce the meat which the nation
Fuel Oil Rations Investigating CommitteeKEY invaluable service here. On this he "B" or "C."
needs so badly.
Persons who have moved to new received the support of other mem- Outstanding 100-gallon' bulk cou-
addresses since last winter and who bers of the board. Accordingly, pons, issuance of which was 'discontinued -
I' have npt yet obtained their fuel jil WEST, Aug. 18-FNS) Clerk Hull was instructed to writeA. Prizes Given by A. & P. June 15, will be invalidated

rations will be able to apply for themto Following a request by officials of tho P. Spencer of the state extension Sept 1. Beginning August 23, holders -
j their local rationing boards some City of Key West that the Shanda service and request that an agent For Vegetable' Growing of such coupons must apply to
. time in September, the Tampa dis- adaptable ,to the situation in Hendry ration boards to have them exchanged -
Committee fully investigate the
trict of the OPA has announced. re- I County be secured as quickly as pos for regular coupons of the appropriate -
: :Householders who held fuel oil funding of the city's municipal debt,I sible.. Provision has been made in TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 18-FNS) class-B, C, E, R, TT, or,
\ rations last year and are remaining W. A. Shands has appointed a subcommittee I I the budget, to take care of this expense -J. F. Williams, Florida Supervisor in the case of large users, for ration
: in the same location have already 'to conduct suchinvestiga-, to the extent of $1,500 and of Agriculture Education, announced bank certificates.
J been urged to apply for their coupons tion. Named the subcommitteewere the state, will match the salary paid last week that a fund of $6,000
1 if they have not already done so. on by the county. has been .set, up by the Atlantic & Miner New OPA
John R. Beacham, West Palm Pacific stores to be awarded in the
I New users of fue oil who have
never In delaying action on approving
t ,Beach; J. A. Franklin, Fort Myers form of prizes for vegetable grow-
r had rations previously may apply the county budget and the setting of I
Member While Martin
and J. Ed Baker, Umatilla. ing projects. The offer is made,.
I for them at the same time as those the millage for the coming year, it
j who moved from last The sub-committee announced this Williams said, to stimulate greater
{ persons year's was pointed out by school officials
week the ffort in food production. Resigns From Board
of
l f addresses. appointment Pat Whitaker that their budget should be approved -
J' The OPA reiterated Its advice to of Tampa as its attorney and W. without delay as soon as the state Forty prizes will be distributed

'i! fuel oil ration holders to fill up F. Devine of 'Vest'Pam] Beach its board meets since the increase is throughout the state for' reports of ,. C. E. Miner has been appointed to
their tanks during the summer accountant.A only a fraction of one per cent over vegetable project work completed membership on the Clewiston ration-
months to prevent a rush on distrib- spokesman for the committee last year. The total amount was during the year and upon grades ing board, succeeding Maldon S.
utors at the first sign of cold wea- stated that it would hold a hearing given as $98,543.23.ST. I achieved in a 15-unit extension Wright, who resigned because ,a
ther. A at, Key West shortly' and would makea I course on farm production and marketing change in his employment made it

complete and thorough investigation PETE PLANS SEVERAL 'impossible for him to give, the time
''. Only about one-third of the in an effort to get the facts determined POST-WAR PROJECTS Those wishing to qualify under necessary to the duties of the board.W. .
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, ,: 1" Clewiston residents who depend on why taxpayers of Key West terms of the fund should write to N. Martin, chairman, has also
, ., ." fuel oil to keep them warm in win- have been blocked in their efforts to', ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 18 -1 J. F. Williams, Florida Supervisorof i resigned from .membership on the
-ter have sent in their renewal ap- I work out. a settlement on a basis I' (FNS-A new ,Union Station, development Agricultural Education, Talla- board, Mr. Martin, who has given
plications to the local board. satisfactory to all concerned and of a public recreation hassee, Fla. liberally'' his time and work to
Clerks in the office, say: "Better based on their ability to pay. states that
board
center on the, Gulf Beaches with direct the success of the : ,
hurry; All costs in connection with the bus and trolly connections, a The "Billboard," popular maga- he feels it is up to someone else to
Investigation, which was requested by huge public auditorium and an ath- zine of the show world, reports that carry the load for 'a while. He says
What Hamburger? the city, will be paid for by Key letic stadium, are the post-war proj- the song "You'll Never Know" is the the'"duties as chairman have takena
: Hamburger, the OPA has explain West. Officials point out that approximately ects planned for the Sunshine City. No. 1 song sheet, music sales having great deal of his time, and he feels
( ed, is meat ground from beef scraps a million dollars of tax- The city council is ,already build- reached 500,000 copies. The tune that he needs that extra time to devote -
1 and displayed in ,a pan in the butch- payers' money is involved and it is ing up a large reserve fund for the was popularized by Dick Haymes to the problems of his own
J er's showcase. The ceiling price for; : hoped facts and information disclosedby purpose of starting work on these the new singing star on the "Here'sto business. ,
such hamburger is 30 cents a pound.i the investigation will result in a improvements when travel and war Romance" show over the Blue The board expects ,to announce a
1 (Continued on Page> 8) substantial saving to the taxpayers. restrictions are removed. Network. successor to Mr. Martin next week.THECLEWISNNEWS .




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IF FIRST the a rifle, the use of the gas mask, the my fingers to the shoulder blades for when you are poor, but you
back in PEOPLE
ENCE A. GOLDSMITH, peculiarities of military vehicles, neither thanks nor living wage. I will stay poor.

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the army, ever gets his hands on tesy.Most of what you are taught will makes it that? My heart's blood daily bread.-Matthew 6:11. The man who slings mud loses

this, it will provide him with amusement impress you as, utterly useless non- makes it that!" ground.

throughout a long, hard win sense, but you'll learn it. "I would fire you tomorrow," he Only God can provide the necessi-

You'll be initiated into the mys- sighed, "if anyone else could possi- ties of life. Rationing has taught us I

ter.When he reads that Private Ed- teries of the kitchen police, proba- bly straighten out the chaos you that lesson anew1.if we have been at
Lawton Har bly before you've been in the Armyfor have brought to this office. In the all thoughtful about it. The plan is [Ha ES MOROlBHE

ward Thomas Marion ad- a week. Possibly ,two days later most underpaid brotherhood in the one of sharing. Sharing what? The SCRAPES\ PETROLEUM JELLY &

grove, ASN 31116620, is giving you'll be sent on a ration detailto world, you,,are the most' overpaid, food and other provisions which
vice to prospective soldiers, his derisive handle huge bundles of groceries. two-headed brother." come to us from God's hand. Unless

bellow will disturb the training You'll haul coal and trash and "I lead a terrible, turbulent life," our crops are good there will Bride on Display

program in the next regiment. ashes. You'll unpack rifles that are I, wailed. "I am the man forgottenby be less to share. Only God can help For seven days after their marriage -

"My God!" he will roar. "Lookwho's buried in heavy grease and you'll Destiny." a Moroccan wife clad in her

learning who how to do what! clean that grease off them. You'll "If you will get your elbows off us.This was the lesson Israel learnedin most gorgeous costumes, must sit
stoke fires, you'll floors, andyou'll desk he said "the boy can ,
blind the mop my alone in -her husband's home. Any
the
My God! The leading the wilderness. To reach
put a high polish on the win- put the mail on it. woman in
may come from the
to which God them
blind! dows. You'll wonder if you've been "What you need," he continued, goal was leading street and look, at'her?
It was once said, Sergeant Gold- yanked out of civil life for This. sorting through a batch of letters, they must pass through the wilder-

smith, by the eminent vegetarian All your persecution is deliberate, "is a tour of military service. The ness., Not only were there many

George Bernard Shaw that he who calculated, systematic. It is colle- Army would make a man of you. I weary miles to, travel, but there

can, does; he who'can't, teaches. giate practice of hazing, applied to was in the Army in the last war. A were privations to be borne. Life INPlJllTAHl
is like that.
the grim and highly important task top sergeant at eighteen. The, Army
This, dear sergeant, is my contri- of transforming a civilian into a did wonders for me." Now they,cried for food. Note how

bution to the army and to posterity. soldier, a boy into a man. It is the "That's not much of a sales argu- elemental are man's needs in the FOR GROWERS OF

Please,go away and leave us young Hardening Process. ment," I told him. final analysis-bread and water. And

people to our studies You won't get depressed; you "Then ''again," he said, "if we who is it that can provide them? No VETCH I WINTER

won't feel sorryvfor yourself. You'll must take up my whole busy day' one but God himself. ,

CHAPTER I just get mad as hell. You'll be weeping over your sorrows, let's not I. Bread from Heaven (Exod. 16: PEAS CLOVERSHere
fire before it's ,
breathing over.
burden the Army when it has a 11-18).
If I were giving advice to the boys Believe me or not, at the end of helluva job already. Concerning the xIsrael's are typical reports from
Who have already been called into that minor ordeal, you'll be feeling whole matter, I would suggest that longing for meat was met farmers who inoculate legumes with
the Army and will go away in a few good. You'll be full of spirit and apply yourself to making up by the miraculous coming of quantities NITRAGIN:
you
,days, I'd sum it all up in this: energy and you will have found the woman's right now, lest of quail (v. 13). :But that was ".My' Austrian peas inoculated with
page
"Paint the town red for the rest of yourself. down tomorrow morningand not the food to sustain them day NITRAGIN were a good stand, grew
you come after day. For this they needed *r fast and made a good yield.'
your civilian week. Pay no atten- You'll look at the new men com- find else sitting in :
tion to the advice that is being ing in to go through the same hard- chair. Leave someone sight." your bread, and it came from heaven, uninoculated side of the
made
,poured into your defenseless ears for ening period, and you'll look at them my every day until they entered the tThe yellow poor all growth" and
"There's not letter there from season.
twenty-four hours a day. Form an with a fatherly and sympathetic eye. a promised land (Josh. 5:12): .
New York," I asked, "with my : always inoculate vetch,
idea of what Army life is going to They will be "rookies" to you, a Observe four things about the clovers and peas with NITRAGIN.It .

be like. Leave your mind open." veteran of almost a month. manna. is mighty cheap crop insurance."

Two weeks from will be For practical advice, there is none First it divine
now, you was a provision. "My neighbor tells me its fft
thoroughly disgusted with your new better than the golden rule of the There are responsibilities in life made the difference of no crop y ?

job. You will have been herded Army: "Keep 'your, eyes open and which we may'bear-and must bear and a successful crop." ''- ;: '<
"
from place to place, you will have your mouth shut. -but,in the ultimate meeting of our "I increased peanut yields 'c','
,wandered in nakedness and bewil- At first, probably; you'll be in- real needs we must look to God. 10 bushels per acre." .
derment through miles of physical clined to tremble at the sight of It costs- only about 15c an acre and
examination, you will look upon privacy every corporal who passes you on Secondly was a daily provision. takes only a few minutes to inoculate
and individuality as things,you the street. You might even salute What forehanded folk many of us legume seed with NITRAGINtheoldest
are, and no doubt rightly so, for used inoculant for
left behind in golden civilian the first-class privates. Then, when ,most widely
you a the top sergeant neglects. to beat God puts no premium on improvi-: all legumes. Get it from your seed
society. dence. But once again we must'recognize supplier, just ask for NITRAGIN.,
you with a knout they rub GI (These a
Probably 'you will have developeda THE NITRAGIN C0..2IU N.BOOTH JT.MILWAUKEEWit
two letters are the cornerstone of as did Israel in receiving -
murderous hatred for at least one future Army vocabulary. They 'the daily manna in the wilder-
and two You your FREE
sergeant corporals.
stand for the words "Government ness, that ours is indeed a momentby
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will writhe and fume under what
you Issue" and just about everythingyou moment existence.We BookletsHow
consider brutality and sadism, and
get in the Army will be-GI. plan bravely for the next dec- to
you will wonder how, an enlightened 1 grow
Even the official advice. This ade the next but as _
story, or generation, a
; better ,
nation can permit such atrocity in ,; legumes
on the other hand, is not GI.) salt O matter of fact it can only come to
its army. Take it easy, brother; t
take it easy. into wounds, you might want to go pass "if the Lord will" (read James Writ today

''to the other extreme. This way "Well, my lad," he said with faint 5:13-17).
Keep this one beam of radiant
madness lies. glee, "we know what Fate means Next, it was a limited provision-
hope constantly before you: The first Get Your War Bonds *
When and "
three weeks are the hardest. corporals sergeants are for you. You can be happy now. enough for,the day and no more, except -
to be dealt with, always rememberthis for a double portion on the To Help Ax the Axis
'For those first three-or possibly : Make friendships first and name written on it in a delightfully sixth day, and none at all on the

four-weeks, you will bear the great- leave the joking until later. When illegible, feminine, and slightly red- Sabbath. These provisions were

est part of the painful process of it's the top sergeant, it might be headed hand?" made clear to Israel, and yet there

.adjusting yourself to an altogethernew best to leave the joking permanently "Is there ever?" he snorted. were those who attempted to lay up c
routine. In those first three "Let's see-" and he, went throughthe
for the morrow, and some even
weeks will get almost the full It be to start stack.
you can very easy your went out to seek manna on the Sabbath -
required dose of confusion and mis- military life on the wrong foot by "Well, my lad," he said with faint
day.Finally.
ery. You will be afraid to leave giving your officers and noncommis- glee, "at last we're getting some _
your barracks lest the full wrath of sioned officers the impression thatyou're where. We know what Fate means it called for diligence and, \ .

,the war department fall upon you. a wise guy, a smart aleck. for, you. You can be ,happy now." action on their part. They had to
Soldiers, like senators, "don't like He handed me a long, white, inno- be out early each day (except the ie

for a new guy to shoot his mouthoff. cent-looking envelope, addressed to Sabbath) to gather it. God's mer-

., ." me. The return address read, "Se., cies are for those who are 'willingto f

I 1.. So much for the don'ts. On the lective Service SystemMecklenburg obey Him. He gives to those

"do" side, the most important thing County Board Number Three." who receive by active faith.!

for you to watch is your attitude.As The President of the United States II. Water from the Rock (Exod.

a matter of straight and practicalfact to Marion Hargrove, greeting! 17:3-6).

the best thing that you can do -ta- "And the people thirsted"-for the

is to reason that you are going intoa The bus station on that morning daily manna was not enough, they

new job. The job is temporary, in July was a pathetic picture. Four must have water. Needy, yes, con-

but while you have it it's highly large groups of boys, reconciled to stantly needy are God's children. I

important.As the grim and gruesome life aheadof "Every life knows the bite of necessity -

ay when you go into a new job in them, were bade farewell by wail- every soul cries out in

6 civil life, you do your darnedest to ing mothers and nobly suffering girl pain because there is wanting some

impress your employer with your friends who had come down to see completing favor, some culminatingand Il I

i earnestness, your diligence, your in- their loved ones off in a blaze of all-contenting benediction. Hereit T
terest in your work-go thou and pathos. It was prettyterrible.The is bread; there it is water; but ,.

do likewise in the Army. As in your buses swung out of the termi- everywhere a famine in manya

civilian job, the impression is made I nal, through midtown, and out toward case a famine of soul, a spiritual
in the first few weeks. You make the road to Fayetteville. The destitution, a consciousness of a

that impression, starting from the boys began to feel better shouted void which time cannot satisfy' or

"You don't get anywhere by buy- very first day, by learning as quickly farewells to' startled girls on the space." content." mYes

ing soda" pop or beer for your ser- as you can, by applying yourself street and finally broke into raucous God always provides. There is a

geant. with energy to each task, no mat- song. Four flowers of the nation rock in the wilderness. But what p : -

ter how small or how unpleasant it started a blackjack game on a suit- pleasure does a murmuring people
You will find
l awkward and yourself clumsy when unbelievably try is. You don't get anywhere by buy- case in the back of the bus. find in a rock when they famish for FLIT is a real weapon of

to learn the,drills and the knowledgeof you ing soda pop or beer for your' ser- Brother Piel's spirits brightened a water? It is God's delightful customto war against "dive-bombing" -
this awkwardness will make geant. little. His smooth voice found its meet our needs in unexpected mosquitoes and "four-motor" flies.
you
even more awkward. Unless you -Jt1-! way through the hay fever and ways and by means which we do But,it takes WAR BONDS to bumpoff

relax you can be very unhappy dur- Brodie Griffith, managing editorof emerged in song. "It's a lovely not understand. Even our physical our real enemies.For bonds buy
ing those first three weeks. the Charlotte News, adjusted his day tomorrow," he sang. "To necessities come from unthought of bullets and tanks and ships and
ancient green eyeshade and began morrow is a lovely day. sources. guns. And the more bonds you buy
When you are' assigned to your glancing sheaf of "Look at me tomorrow he said the sooner our fighting men will
through a copy. IIIChrist: the Bread and Waterof home! SoDON'T
basic training center be -
you'll really "Hargrove," he said, lighting a breaking off suddenly, "Hay foot, Life. -
j .get into it. You'll drill and drilla cigarette, "it beats the hell out of Private Piel. Straw foot, Private Our lesson does not give the New DELAY
4 ''little more each day, and when the me what fate did mean for you. Dr. Pie Hay and straw and look at Testament application of Israel's ex-

.sergeant you'll tries want to to correct tear his or advise throat Garinger down at the high school what I've got. Hay fever yet! Oy, periences, but let us not miss that PUT MORE THAN 10%
you, "
: said what life I'll lead!
years ago that it didn't write a a blessed spiritual truth.
out with your bare hands. You'llbe formal education in on budget. "Maybe what I'd better do whenI
your WAR BONDS
sick of the is declaredto IN
sound of his Christ
voice 6:31-33
In John ,
there I'd
Belmont Abbey found out that youweren't get better tell them I'd
before 'fan hour has The heaven of
passed. be the true bread from ,
destined like to north. could
to be worth a hootas go They use a
only comfort I can give you is the a public relations man for a Ben- good man in Alaska." which the manna was but a type TODAY !

iknowledge that the poor sergeant is edictine college. The drugstore "The South Pole is your meat," Paul speaks in I Corinthians 10: .
having a helluva time too. He knows chain in Washington said you had I told him."That's 1-4 of this incident in the history of

what you're thinking and he can'tdo neither the talent nor the tempera-1 it! The South Pole! Boy, Israel, saying that they "did all eat Published by Stance Incorporated

anything about ,it. ment for soda-jerking. And you cer- I'm going to love the Army!" the same spiritual meat, and did all Makers of FLIT ,
You'll be inoculated and the the spiritual drink; for In cooperation with the Drug,
against small- tainly fizzled as a theater usher. The tumult shouting died drink same
pox, typhoid, ,tetanus, yellow fever, Maybe fate don't know you.'.' about halfway to Fayetteville. The they drank of that spiritual Rock Cosmetic and Allied Industries.
: pneumonia, and practically all the "May I have a cigarette?" I boys became quiet and thoughtful.TO that followed them: and that Rock Copr.IMS Stueo lacannrate

;other ills that flesh is heir to. You'll asked, reaching before he could pro- ( BE CONTINUED) was' Christ" (see also John 4:14).

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was extremely mean, and 7 AlltJ'THER information on various subjects t t'Ol.ol.ol.ol.o" <

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One day an old beggar woman, new GE I i The Questions line, became what province of

r to the district, began her appeal. SCREENI 1& Canada?
; Mr. Mean his hand into his
put By VIRGINIA VALE Released by Western Newspaper Union. 1. What is the candle power of
pocket as he approached, and she, Released by Western Newspaper Union the sun? The Answers '

t full of hope, began to pour down THERE are certain golf shots 2. What verse in the Bible con-

blessings on his head. LORRE enjoys a suc- always live in memory tains all letters
PETER nearly of the al- 1. Sunlight is equal to the
, "May the blessing of Heaven romance for almost -both of the men who hit them phabet? powerof
1,575,000,000,000,000,000,000
:follow after ,". she said, "all and the spectators who saw them. candles
you
3. Who
his
the first time in his villainous spread coat down for according( to Flammarion.
the days of your life- They are the shots which, more than his
and who
queen, was the ?
Mr. Mean extracted his handker-' career in Warner .Bros. "The anything else, helped decide the out- queen 2. Ezra 8:21: contains all except '

chief and blew his nose as he Constant Nymph"; he/ marries come of many a great tournament. 4. What people regard Apis the ,J.

passed on-but the woman, whose Brenda Marshall. But he foundit James S. Kearns, well-known Chi- Bull as sacred? 3. Sir Walter Raleigh and Queen
5. 'Carrie Nation carried
on mostof Elizabeth. ,
hopes were dashed to the ground, hard to get out of character. cago sports writer, recently recounted her saloon smashing crusadesin 4. Egyptians. '

was not at a loss: "When I reached into my pocketfor a few of those shots-to whichhe what state?

"And niver catch up wid ye!" the ring, to marry Brenda," said was an eyewitness. Kearns 5. Kansas. .
6. Acadia the land of
Evange- 6. Nova Scotia.Crochet .
she added viciously.ffflj.j he, "I whipped it out like it was my speaking:. A

customary gun and almost tried to "There was Harry Cooper, von the

shoot her with it!," 14th tee at Baltusrol in 1936, on his

MEXSANA -"- way to what seemed a certain vic- I Lovely Rugs to I
who rebel at have or
Very young men tory in the National Open as a proper Ithjt
FORMERLY MEXICAN HEAl POWDER
ing to trudge along behind lawn reward for 10 long, stoutheartedyears ,

mowers these summer days oughtto of trying. .
know Paul Whiteman's story. Asa Rug (Pattern No. 5296) send 15 cents and
Belief of Navajos "Coop had the biggest gallery on 1 cent postage In coin, for each pattern,
he hated to
youngster so ,
Indians of New Mexico prac- the course that day, and not a per- the pattern number, :your name and address -
Navajo
tice on his violin that he smashed a *
sonal marshal. He had broken the -
believe that Shiprock, an isolated $60 instrument against the music '%1 S4'JO Due to'an unusually large demand and
butte towering 1,900 feet above the all-time 54-hole record, and yet the current war conditions, slightly more
bird that United States Golf association sent time Is required in filling orders for a
plain, was once a great
him round with few of the most popular pattern numbers.
brought the tribe to New Mexico. 1 into the final nobodyto a
protect him from the crowd Send your order to:
Nobody but Estelle Armour, Tom's !I ,x rt HOME; NEEDLEWORK .
530 So. Wells St.
wife, and Nellie Cruickshank, Bob- Chicago

F .< by's wife, who knew enough of golf

.9d to try to give a player the fair The gaily enameled unit insignia

CONSTIPATIONHAUNTED R chance he deseryed.Heartbreaker s you 'see on a soldier's lapels and

overseas cap are reproductions of

ME- I his regimental shield displayed fii

"Well, Cooper stood on the 14th tee the center the eagle on his reg-

It hung on and on. Medici. a with the mob milling around him, z- --a imental :flag:! ,It's a part of U. S.

nal laxatives relieved it only and the National Open championship II., 1' -- Army tradition. Traditional, too,
temporarily. + just at his fingertips. He swung k5t3 is the Army man's preference for

Then-I';found my con 49JJ v4'frb away and asked for order. He swung 76Irl4 Camel cigarettes. (Based on actual,

stipation was due to lack of back again And again the front sales records from service men's

"bulk" in ,my diet. And ''I row of spectators was jammed for- + own stores.) It's a gift from the .
also found out that
KELLOGC'S ALL-BRAN gets at ,) ward, so close he couldn't swing folks back home, that always

the cause of such constipation down at the ball. Finally, on the rates cheers. And though there are

and corrects it. third try, he hit the ball-into the Post Office restrictions on pack-

Boy, what I'd been missing PAUL bunker beside the par 3 green, and y> r ages to overseas Army men, you
WHITEMANstand.
before I tried ALL-BRAN! right there was opened the door can still send Camels to soldiersin

It's a swell-tasting breakfast His father made him mow through which Tony Manero slid to the U. S., and to men in the
cereal-and, as far:as take the title."There Navy Marines and Coast
the lawn, at 25 cents a session, tillhe'd Guard
my constipation was con
wherever they are.-Adv.
cerned, it sure",worked. paid for the fiddle. After that was a Monday morning in

'I 'eat 'ALL-BRAN regularlynow his parents gave in and decided Philadelphia in 1939, when it was

and drink plenty of that maybe he wasn't cut out for a steaming hot, and

water. And I've "Joinedthe musical career-and he took up the when players and S KII..IRRITATIONS OF

Regulars"! Made byKellogg's violin in earnest! watchers alike were
in Battle Creek.
}:-- dead weary from a acne pimples: bumps (blackheads), and
Charles Coburn, who long ago es week of heat and ugly broken-out skin. :Millions relieve
I miseries with simple home treatment.
l tablished himself as one of the bet- five days of golf. 1 / F Goes to work at once. Direct action aids

ter actors of the legitimate stage, ,Byron Nelson and 5 296 healing, works the antiseptic way. Use
/ Black and White Ointment only as di
,
I 1. Relative Values arrived in New York recently to Craig Wood, who m I I '11111r rected.lOc.25c 50c sizes.25 years success.
find a different kind of fame await- / had come through a / Il 1 Money-back guarantee. t3T Vital In
: A wise.man is he who knows the cleansing is good soap Enjoy famous
ing him; three of his pictures were playoff with Denny
f. :relative value of things.-Dean Black and White Skin Soap daily.
running at once-The More the Shute on Sunday
Inge.
Merrier," "The Constant Nymph" with scores of 68 ina
/F YOU crochet can make
you Hard Workers
and "Heaven Can Wait. desperate battle A
for home if
Nelson for the National lovely rugs your Hard workers are usually hon
Byron you are a knitter, you can use that
lifts
While directing "This Is theArmy" Open title, were en- est. Industry them above
skill too! The round pin-
on rugs, "
gaged in a second playoff. temptation.-Bovee.
Mike Curtiz also inventednew
4
wheel rug is crocheted of just

military commands. During a "Off the fourth tee, Wood had belt balls of rug yarn in a dark color

location trip to Fort MacArthur ed the better drive, maybe 20 yards. and 4 balls of light color. The Gas on StomachRelieved

some of the Fort's soldiers were Nelson squared off to his second knitted is and
Get rid of pests that creep while you rug a yard square in 5 minutes double back
or money
sleep. Use Steams' Electric Paste. within his camera range for a shot. shot on that long and difficult par 4. easy to make. When excess stomach add causes painful eel focat-
Convenient. No fuss, no muss. 35c He grabbed the microphone and He must have been 220 yards from Fag gas,sour stomach and heartburn: ,doctors usually
for
known
and$1.00 sizes at druggist's. prescribe the fastestactingmedlC:1DetI
your yelled, "You men back there by the the flag when he drew a bead. He For complete crocheting instructions for eymytomatierebefmedicineehkethoseinBellanaTablets.
house! Attention! Take powder!" the Pinwheel Rug (Pattern No. 5376) and No laxative. Bell-ans brings comfort In a
a fired the shot the way a Garand jiffy or doobl*yoar money back on return of bottle
for knitting instructions for the Square to us.26o at ill druggists
I e a -X-- rifle might be fired Dead on

When John Warburton decided to line, low and whistling as it went.

return to pictures after an absenceof The ball struck, bounced twice,

HOUSEWIVES: ,* six years, the studios just weren't rolled, fell into the hole. There the

interested. Then he was tested and 1939 Open championship was settled.

Your Waste Kitchen Fats signed for the featured role of GaryCooper's IN THE NAVY they : :
Masters Crown say
"
Are ,Needed for Explosives rival in "Saratoga Trunk,

and immediately offers began to "There was Nelson at Augusta, UCAUlKOFF"fortakeanap
TURN 'EM IN!. pour in; two studios wanted him playing off with Ben Hogan for the
"
"right away." 1942 Masters crown. Three strokes "SHOVE OFF for depart

:( behind at the short sixth, he holeda It

Warren William, back at work in great deuce to start catching up. PIG for torpedo plane }

"Passage to Suez," after months of Then at' par 5 eighth, uphill, he saw "
illness, has the farm labor shortageto Hogan hook his second. The door CAM EL for the favorite cigarette

thank for his present excellent was open. Byron took a spoon on with men In the Navy .
a'
:' physical condition. When he was released the uphill lie. He walked to see
;
from the hospital doctors prescribed where the hole was out on the green.

; '<:. exercise. Warren had half a He walked back and took aim. Thenhe PfR3N

{:/" dozen acres of unpicked oranges knocked the ball five feet from

L:;. and could not get help. So he pitchedin the hole A low, drawing shot / THE SERWCE\\

with the result that he now has over the brow of the hill, pulling in

his health back and also had one through the guarded opening to the The favorite cigarette with men

hundred crates of oranges to sendto green. The shot meant an eagle 3, in the Navy,Army,Marines.4
market. and a lead that was never lost.
Camel.
and Coast Guard is

11/J"1 --7 "All those 'But out of memoryone (Based on actual tales records.)
', Pretty soon those Ameche broth- more shines bright across sev-
ers won't know which career is en years.

whose. Don was established on the
"It was the September day when .
,7 a fi x
screen when his younger brother,
John Fischer of Cincinnati stood on
Jim, tackled radio, using an as-
, the 36th green in the final match for
sumed name till he'd made good, the
amateur championship of the
Roa then switching back to his Now
own. United in 1936.
The States One down to
CEILING KICK METHOD 1% he's master of ceremonies of "Here'sto
by far the most ambitious effort re- Jock McLean of Scotland, he was, Y
Romance and Don's to
beginan
quired for killing a fly. In lieu of on Garden City's hurricanesweptacres
air-series in the
necessary implements at hand and fall-also as One down, and with the
,in final exasperation, you boldly master of ceremonies. Meanwhile ,muscles of his left leg torn so he 45
resort to kick the there's a prospect that Jim '' 4t 40 ?
fly on the ceiling. may could scarcely stand up to a shot
Chief danger:. plaster dust in the turn actor, if he can find a suitable' because of a fall in a bunker the pre- "'"yZr JA
eyes strained ligaments and
play.
your vious day. One down And his
" landlord orders ___
your exit. An easier ;,J/
way is toTANGLEF00T ball 12 feet from the pin on the par yi fGH
Samuel Goldwyn, who's famous 3 last hole 12 feet of treacherous -

Md Ht Utf/ for-among other things-turning sliding, sloping green. It was
beautiful girls into screen stars, is hole it-or be runner-up.. "ZgssssrI
trying something different with Con-

stance Dowling; he's going to let "Johnny Fischer sized it up, tooka l \

the public discover her. You'll see long and careful aim, took a"

her in "Up in Arms," with Dinah stance. He swung the putter back,
It i it the old reliable that never (ails Shore and Danny Kaye. and upon the clubhouse roof, eight

Always economical to ue, and not motion-picture cameras began to

.. rationed. For sole .t .drug and) That's an amusing new program, grind. Johnny jumped, dropped his
grocery stores.
!r : Arlene Francis' "Blind Date"; six putter.

boys in uniform, one by one, talking "He smiled in half-apology, half-

themselves into,the good gracesof request and the cameras stopped.He .

three girls, whom they can't see; picked up his putter, never both-

curtains on the stage separate them, ered to sight the putt, and knocked '

but the audience sees all. Three the ball right in the middle of the

1/THE TAKGLEFOOT CO. war lads win their girls and an eveningat hole for a 2 that made him even and
Grand Rapids Mich. ', ?srorsdi
a famous night club. let him win on No. 37." ii:.aA.Yn aHti iin'.uX+il' .l'4.



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I THE CUBWI8TON NEWS
PAGE FOUR FRIDAY
AUGUST 2n.. 1913
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News <.-<-<,,:*:,,:":-<(-<":":":":":'.:(..:(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..: :..:-<..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:-<..;-<..:..:o( men to prevent further illegal migra- was re-scheduled :
The Clewiston .s... :;= tion. explanation. by the Navy without '

: TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY 3: Protest of labor recruiting was also Following the launching, Mrs.

Published every Friday In Clewlston, ..s.. }. made by general manager Jay W. Rickenbacker left immediately for

Tnc.Florida, by the CLEWISTON. NEWS .s.: {. Moran of the United ,States Sugar New York to join her husband, just
..' Corporation of Cewiston where fall returned from
a mission
.. r abroad.
:;:
.:. ,. sugar harvesting operations are
KEATIILEY: BOWDEX, Editor .. GEO.; H. SEAMAN
.:.. .;- threatened because-of labor shortage. JR., LEADS
.:. -- ..s'.s' Attorney General Tom Watson Is IN FISHING CONTEST
Entered as second class mail matter in personal touch with the situationin -
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In t's. r' : FT.
LAUDERDALE
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Ra M By RUSSELL KAY :;: Orange County where several hun- ( Aue. 18 _
FNS-Florida
!March 3, 1897.Sobllcrlptlon .:' ax. 3w t "4k dred laborers were gathered by C.I.O. anglers are leading
::: Secretary Florida Press Association X:;: recruiters and shipped north, in con- in 11 out of 14 classifications in the
.:. George Ruppert
Rate $Z.OO Per Year. .':'.:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::M:N:NN:N N H NN N N Nti1;..:N..:..NN N:..:N N:N:N:N flict with#Florida laws. was announced this Fishing week.Contest, .it

.Advertising Rate On Application. Every time I've tried to read a guished look. Now all I've got to Mrs. Eddie George H. Seaman, Jr., a Coast

paper lately I've started to cry. worry about is WHERE DID I I Rickenbacker Guard cook, fishing from a bridge in

Devoted to the advancement and welfare While some of the things I've read LEAVE 'EM and LOOK OUT I the heart of the city of Ft. Lauderdale -

Clewiston- and Hendry County. might Justify a few salty tears, the DON'T BREAK 'EM! Christensens M a z a m a caught a 32-pound snook to take

news generally has been too good to the lead in this classification. Last I

call for a guy breaking out in ;a To Furnish year the winning fish weighed 35(
Sportsmen
continuous bawl every time he sits TAMPA, Aug. 18FNSWhileseagulls ) pounds, 14 ounces.

NATIONAL EDITORIAL. j down to read. Seein' double didn't Fish Kits To Soldiers' soared overhead, but did I

I ASSOCIATION seem right; either, when I was cold not light on her shoulder, Mrs. Eddie The upward trend of hog prices,

sober I took an hour off and Rickenbacker, wife of America's which began In
so
To place a fishing kit in the handsof July, 1940, after
Q flying ace, Capt. Eddie 'Rickenback-
paid a visit to my favorite optome- every serviceman overseas who the average monthly price at Chi
trist, Karl Eychaner.I wants to go fishing during time off er, cracked a bottle of champagne on cago had dropped to $4.98 per hun-
of thrill the hull of the U. S. S. Mazama, dredweight
never got much a out from active duty is the aim of the in the preceding month
WARNINGOur of havin' folks fool 'with either my International Game Fish Association launched in the yards of the Tampa reached a peak of $15.59 in March

A SUGAR- lamps or my teeth, but I swallowedmy which is making' an appeal for funds afternoon.The Shipbuilding. Company last Sunday I of the present year, according to the
Adam's and said "All Alexander
recently di- Apple for the non-profit manufacture of a Hamilton Institute. Since
attention "
was right, Doc, you finally got me. Now pocket-sized kit especially designedfor Mazama, an ammunition ship that time, prices have been declining
rected to a group of statements col- is the sister
ship of the U. S. S.
take a gander a my peepers and see and in midJuly'the price was down
lected from nutritionists, home ? Insist I this purpose. Mauna Loa, launched for the Navy to
if out
figure
you can why they $13.49. The
The drive which started August government plans
U. S. ,
advisors to the
economists last
April. Its
running christening was orig- to
on like a leaky hy
of Agriculture, members 16, is being conducted by the Tackle support the market with a price
Department inally for
drant." scheduled August 1, but level of $13.75.
Food and Nutrition Board of Committee of the International Game
of the
In the old days when a guy want-
Fish Association with headquarters
Research Council, and
National
the ed to get fitted for "specs" he'd
others in similar positions, ,which at-The American Museum of Natural
read the smallest he
simply type
condemned the ,use of History in New York City The
practically could on a test card, the doc :would
trivial American Red Cross has assumed
in the most -
sugar except drape pair of glasses his .
a over nose FOR
quantities. complete distribution of the kits RENT
and send him his
on merry way.-
overseas where they will be kept -
At first we were stunned bj ttie But not any more.
available for by rotating troops.
use
breadth of the statements made, and Nowadays an up to date opto-
The kits will be returned to a des-
could hardly believe they were madein metrist has a room full of mechanical
ignated place for use by others.
earnest and in an effort to changethe gadgets for testing visual skill ,
million American your _"Millions of our boys are stationedIn ,I 1,000 'Acres of Muck Land 40 Acre
tastes of thirty and I spent over an hour In this or
places where recreational oppor-
citizens. But the farther we read strange new world and really foundit
tunities are limited. And yet, fish- Tracts West of Clewiston
and the more definite the state- downright interesting.You on road and
ing is available in almost every
ments became, we realized not only start off with a beautiful and .
region in which boys have been
our railroad.
'earnest but
in ,
were the speakers charming young lady leading you to .
.
anti- sent, said Michael Lerner, chair- .
)
definite \ '
in
they were engaged a a comfortable seat where facea
you ,
man of the Tackle Committee of the ..
,
sugar campaign.The machine that looks like. a cross ;: '
International Game Fish Association, :!
statements were such as these: between a motion picture projectorand
and well known sportsman and explorer :
"No one in the world needs sugar." an X-Ray. F. D. DUFF, Agent

"Both fats and starches are energy Then you. find yourself: on the

producing foods and,we know of no answer end of a quiz conWtt. While "In this global war our boys find !'; I CLEWISTON, FLORIDA *6-

reason why sugar should be of you look thru a sort of stereopticonlense themselves on the world's finest _

special importance except for its the attendant drops a varietyof fishing ranges-oceans, lakes, riversso .I
keen is their desire to fish dur-
flavor." cards in the machine and find
likeable
"Don't complain about sugar:j'yourself' staring at vari-colored you dots, ing bombs, periods of leave from bullets, ij s':x..iMXMX..XMX..XMXMX, ..x..x..>CMX..x..x..XK..JwXMXMX..x "!..x..x "!..iMX..>:r.
and
barrages they are tryingto ,
rationing it will be good for ,you. vertical and horizontal lines and ,
,
make fishing hooks out of discarded -I :I c.
fact it would be a other hieroglyphics while the young I
As matter of I .
Godsend a if there were no sugar at I.lady asks: wire, scraps of metal and :;: }:" '. '' '. .;..,:,;.t_ ;h:, .,:;; ;/. :
: '
.
even safety pins in order to get a ,:,''. ''. : -
..
"Eliminate from the diet most "Can you see the two white lines? I
all crack at local fishing. We want to ';,: LetUsSupply ,,:.. :
S : -
vitamin-free: or vitamin-poor foods, -Do they cross? How many red .t. .'
make tackle available to them but : < : i
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such as. candy, a large part of the balls do you see-How many yel- we need help," Lerner said. ;. '.; .
sugar, (retaining only the amount low ones-Now see if they merge. :; ,- "
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essential to make the food'palatable) Which' is higher; the red orthe- A complete and practical fishingkit I : You With :: ::.
has been designed by of
Should the anti-sugar campaignbe yellow?-How many vertical lines a group

successful, it will not only affect do you see now-How many hori- foremost anglers which is suitablefor :i: 'r r:,:: i,<: :!:"
both salt and fresh water fish-
zontal?Which
the menus of hundreds and hundredsof are the clearest, the '\ .. ..
people in the Everglades, it will vertical or the horizontal?" ing. The kit consists of two typesof ..}. ,!-/: :::

affect their pocket-books as well. You squirm and squint and give lines, assorted hooks, leaders, Of. ',: .:.

This campaign ,is national in' scope; your answer which she writes downon sinkers,. feather, spear, a compact

it is not sectional or personal. disclose a report card which is eventuallyto structions net to obtain for their bait use.and printed The whole in- =yi i= ,WINDOW I CARDS : :

Out in 'the sugar-beet section, the your batting average. .. ... : .:.
thing is encased in a sturdy bag withdraw ,.\ ..
But all this is
their just preliminary -
are having
sugar grievances companys and their difficulties 'with work. After twenty minutes or so strings and can be carried m :t;:: RULED. FORMSLETTERHEADS, ,.\{ .. ::_:
the pocket. With it'any soldier or
government regulations, too. A recent of this you are turned over to the "
editorial in the Twins Fall, doctor and taken: into another me- sailor can fish any waters. L : !

Idaho, daily Times-News, says: "It chanical den where you are seatedin Each' kit costs only $2.00 to, ...

will be recalled that the government what seems to be'a kind of a cross manufacture and' every dollar con- :s: :; : .i...i.s .

represented sugar beets as being between a dentist and barber chair, tributed will' be spent for fishing ;'s' 2:,I ENVELOPES : ," :', ':;

next to non-essential, all during the surrounded with all manner of me- kits only. Campaign expenses are : : ( : f

time when growers would normallybe chanical bric-a-brac. donated by the Association. Checks :_ .f. .

planning sugar beet acreage. Not More tests follow, first with one should be made payable to Michael :' \' BILLHEADS .."\ :;:

until a few short weeks before the' eye then with the other. If thereis Lerner, chairman, and mailed to the

deadline-too late for most of the anything a guy might do with his International Game Fish Associationat _:;: :P' HANDBILLS '. /::. :]:": ,y. ::

growers to revise their planting eyes, from crossin' 'em to ogglin' The American Museum of Natural '.: :

schedule-did the government changeits 'em, that isn't done, I don't know I I History,' Central Park West at 79th 1_ t. t

tune. Result: sugar beet acre- what it ,is. What I means they put I I Street, New York, N. Y. : .'. !- TICKETS ',' .'. .:.
age in this territory fell off to 48 you thru and no foolin', and all the t I I .;. :" ::'r:; ", .:.

percent of 1942 plantings. time the doc keeps your report cardat Committee AppointedFor ..f.. ,i ETC. ;:-'.,::.-,,- .'i".s. "

"And all this time sugar was one his elbow and after each test he ) >
National War Fund *Z*
of the major food items being rigidly makes a notation. .s's' .:.

rationed!" Now and then he lets you rest ::= At a price surprisingly low) A;:

"If this unfortunate developmentcould while he questions you as to whether JACKSONVILLE, Aug. 18-' i

be explained entirely as another or not you indulge in alcoholic (FNS-A group of prominent Flor- y'j y

government blunder, it might not I I beverages read in bed or while lY- idians were named this week by Dr. a

be regarded as any precedent for ing down, work under artificial I John J. Tigert, campaign chairmanof :

future years. But apparently such light, and so on. the Florida War Fund, Inc., to .s.:

is not the case. For some strange Part of the itme your tests are in serve as a budget committee- for the .:. r *>

reason, suspected but never satis- a darkened room and part of the time national w'ar fund appeal to be madein y

,factorily explained, the governmenthas in the light. Just when you are get- the state this fall. X Xs :

gone ,out of its way to put the ting the impression that the procedure William M. Madison, Jacksonville

American sugar beet industry undera is never ending and never over, attorney, was named Chairman, I Duality Printing

handicap, in much the same man the doctor says "Okay, that's all.- while serving with him will be Mc-

ner that it has been gunning for the and you hop out of-the electric chair, Gregor Smith, Miami;'' State Senator :: :
-s
private utilities.
feeling like a condemned man who Leroy Collins, Tallahassee; L. C. .t. o

"One thing is certain, however, at has ,just gotten a reprieve. 'Leedy, Orlando; Carl D. Brorein, xh .. Ss s

least from the standpoint of the people Then you sit at the doc's desk and 'Tampa; Judge Ernest E. Mason,
in Southern Idaho. To all the he starts adding the He
up score. Pensacola; J. L. McMullen, Live '
farmers, the business men, laborers mumbles something that sounds likea I Oak; Charles A. Mitchell, Vero ,

,and all concerned, our sugar fac- mess of football signals: "20-30, I Beach and Charles Silva. Tampa. :;i: PHONE 39 ::
tories ,.
a
are highly important indus- 20-20"-and then smilingly informs h

try. If there is, any one thing for you that it could be a lot worse and Governor Holland is honorary OUR REPRESENTATIVE ;*_;
which there is a serious need to asks what style of glasses president of the fund organizationwhich

round out our economic developmentin you pre- is affiliated with the National :: : :!:

this .agricultural area it's factor- fer.I'd never given much thought to War Fund. State headquarters have WILL CALL TO ASSIST YOU ."',-

ies of any kind, processing plants it before, but nowadays optometristsare 'been opened in Jacksonville with ; ,
particularly. George A. Brautigum, Miami, serv- y ys
not satisfied with merely fittinga ing as executive director. :: i :;!. :::
"Only
by reselling the industry to patient
with glasses that will aid .t ourselves and to our lawmakers and his sight. They are. equally con- s." ,,' .'.

various government agencies which : cerned with appearance, and there Gov. Holland Asked To :;: LET US ESTIMATE ON '. ::

today have in their hands the power I is a proper style for every kind of ,s. .:.
of life and death over private industry I face ORDER -": :!:
with NEXT
; some rims, some without, Stop Illegal MigrationORLANDO .t. fJI YOUR
can we hope to survive and : -
cut in a variety of styles. You try .
prosper during this period of con- on one set after another like you .. '.

trolled economy." might try.on a hat, and as you study Aug. 18-FNS) .s. ._.' .;."
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That's the warning of an Idaho the result you realize that there Is Following on the heels of a confes- tt tt '- I ';:" ..
sugar company, and it should set us a whale of a lot of difference in how sion by the War Manpower Commis- ;'s'J. .::
all to thinking.A y
they look. sion that it was powerless to prevent i )

Well, thanks to Doc Eychaner and "leakage" of labor f>om Florida, ,

new type of vacuum pump for his optical gadgets, I am again able United Growers & Shippers, Inc., one : THE CLEWISTON NEWS ::

extracting venom from snake bite to read without weeping and the of the largest of the state's citrus or- : it

wounds, made of Tenite, a light- American Optical Company managedto ganizations, called upon Governor b .
weight plastic, has been adopted by provide with }. : ,
me a set of modern Holland to employ the use of sheriffs, '.

the U. S. Army Medical Corps. specs that give me a rather distin- constables and State Highway patrol- ..:..:.:-: :<<.;.;("*"* -- ...... (..XK..:..x-< :K(..X', -<-<,....cU 4 < <<< -**>







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20 1943
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Miss Elizabeth Roblson of Talla- Book ReviewsBy it the chief duties of the Sergeant is past 90 days Congratulations and

hassee is spending two weeks in to take the cussin' from the higherups good hunting!

Clewiston visiting Mrs. W. J. Robi- and pass it on to the enlistedmen. .

[L Personals ] son. Mrs. Robison and her guest 31rs. R D. King ., If the men kick, he blames it Mrs. Joseph Robbins called todayto

spent the week-end in Miami. (The books reviewed in this column on the officers; and if the officers' give us John's change of address.
each week are on the shelvesof kick, he blames it on the rank and i
: Mrs. H. A. Bestor returned to, her the Clewiston Public Library.) file. Ins stead of the regular army at Fort

home in Clewiston Friday after a .... TRIO Joking :aside the sergeants are' Leonard Wood he has been given a.

. Dr and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle were I visit of several weeks in St. Paul, By Dorothy Baker really the key-stone In the, army set transfer to the Army Air Corps and.

," I visitors. in West Palm Beach Friday. Minnesota Mr. Bestor met her in TRIO is the story of the crucial up; and unless they measure up to\ is now in Miami Beach taking his
J
.' West Palm Beach. decisive moment in the lives of three' the highest standards: the basic training. John had his heart
;:, > Mrs. L. A. Zorn of Lake Placid doesn't army\ ,set on the Air Corps to .
: people. Pauline Maury is' a pro- measure up. They \ begin with
'. '.:,U spent the week-end in Clewiston NalL Mrs. J. G. Wiandt, Mrs. Paul)! fessor 'of French in a Western university be good, and they are. When a man' but circumstances were against his

_.: visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. I Pullen of Miami and Louis Leitner i ; both clever' and beautiful. !I is made Sergeant, he really deserves I j I entering at that time. After being

of Knoxville, Tennessee, author ot'a fine critical work on the promotion. In the army for a few months John
was
Mrs. Harry Turner of Tampa Saturday. :,week-end in Clewiston, their formed j the 'decadent' French poets, she is had won the sharpshooter's medal
Clewiston
a business visitor in, home. Louis is at home on furloughfor apparently at the threshhold of )her I A friend this week subscribed' to, -a'nd has qualified for expert ratingon

:; ,several days crowning success. Janet ,Logan is I the News for Harold Duke and gaveus both pistol arid rifle shots. He
the first information concerninghim ranked second I among the 30,000
Pauline's assistant, admirer, intel
,', ; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly and the I Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thompson lectual disciple, bound to her teacher in some time. Harold is rated taking the tests at" Fort Leonard
':'_ nephew, Sammy Kelly, spent I 1st class is in the Sea-Bees and Wood. That's just about
i are parents of a baby boy who was by stronger bonds than those of I CM| perfect,
week-end in Miami. born in the Fort 'Myers Hospital I friendship. Utterly outside their I is now in training at Camp Peary, and we are certainly proud of John.

1 Bowden returned Saturday. The baby has been named' world, impinging on it by chance, is near Williamsburg, Virginia.. In the sharpshooter's tests, he made
Kay and Paul at Henry Curtis 'and weighed 8 pounds Ray MacKenzie, occasional student II 156'out of a possible 160 points,
weeks' stay
Tuesday from a four which is
Florida. 2 ounces at birth. living in his dark basement room. Mrs., Doke passes along the information 9J5.75 percent
Camp St. Leo, St. Leo, / 1
These are the trio. The conflict I that Doke has passed throughthe John passed all examinations and

and children of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Egley and among them is one of love and hate training period and has been as- tests, and personal interviews before
Mrs. Van Bush
visiting Mr. children, Beverly and Ronald, left I and violence; a conflict whose final signed to the General Hospital at the aviation cadet selective service
FortLauderdale are
Etherton. Saturday for ,a two weeks' stay at resolution implicit in the opening Fort Devans, Massachusetts, which is board at the, base and is now in Miami -
and Mrs. Glen -
Fort, Myers Beach. They were accompanied scene. Dorothy Baker has achievedin a long way from home to send a Beach studying just a little bit
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Taylor of Fort Myers by Mr. and Mrs. T. W. their,story the simplicity of great Florida boy with winter coming on. harder ,than he ever studied in ,all
Homer
Mrs. -
Clewiston visit- Griffith of Canal Point. art. Doke is in the medical corps. his life, the life of an aviation cadet
spent a few days in is not an easy choice, by any means.
ing Mrs. A. O. Ward.
MRS. KNIGHT HONORED WITH THIRTY SECONDS OVER TOKYOBy I Munselle Stone,. who has been in But we are all pulling for"you, John..
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Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Pirkle are PARTY AND STORK SHOWER Captain Ted W. Lawson the army" only a few months, has .I'

p' I spending a two weeks' vacation on This first-hand account of the I spent the past two weeks in the hospital -

the East Coast. Mrs. Sinclair Knight, Jr., was hon- Doolittle Raid over Tokyo-the secret at his base-Camp Claiborne, FOR SALE-4 and 6-

ored with a party and surprise stork i preparations, the raid itself and the I Louisiana. Munselle. says he had flu

Miss Florine Moore had her ton- J'shower! given Monday evening at the almost unbelievable adventures of I or bronchitis, or something. He weeks_ old New Hampshire -

> hospital home of Mrs. E"M. Cornette by the airmen in the weeks that fol insists he's getting along all right
local
, .. sils removed in the red pullets. See L
Misses Edythe Nell Cornette and lowed-is one of the greatest storiesof but just isn't out of the hospital yet. ..
yesterday.
Miss Louise Roath. American bravery and ingenuitythat The army, seems to keep them in the J. Pape.FOR .

\ Mrs. R. L. :Marshall and daughter, Games were played during the has ever been written. More hospital till they're able to go backto

Shirley, returned Tuesday from a evening and prizes were awarded to than that, it is a unique tribute to their regular training.
in Miss Florence Graham, Miss Julia the new teamwork among the Unit- *
visit with relatives Tampa.
.--- Oglesby and Miss Laura Bailey. ed States Air Force, Army and Navy, Clayton Waters is taking his base SALE Hybrid,

Mr. and Mrs.: O. A. Jones and The hostesses served sandwiches, and an unforgettable reminder of a training at Camp Maxey, Texas, and

daughter, Miss Marianne Jones' cookies and punch to Misses Leah debt that we owe' to our Chinese is, we believe, the first Clewiston Amaryllis Bulbs See

in Miami. Richaud, Miss Renee Wethington, allies. boy at that particular camp.
the week-end
spent Mrs. Fred
Miss Florence Graham, Miss Roberta Captain Lawson piloted one of the Tppper.

, Mrs. Dennis. Dana of Fort Denaud Spicer, Mrs. Clarice Carlisle, Miss planes that roared over Tokyo. With We recently exhausted our supplyof

I was a business visitor in Clewiston Dorothy Knight, Miss Margaret the editorial assistance of Robert complimentary adjectives on

the first of ,the week. Morrow, Mrs. B. W. Hundertmark, Considine, one of the stars of In- Charlie Benson, who,is so far "down- NOTICE .
Miss Martha Nall Alston, Miss Barbara ternational News Service, he has told under" on sub chaser, duty that he

, Miss Martha Nell Alston and Miss Morrison, Miss Gloria Mcn'uffieand this story simply and directly. It hasn't yet received the NEWS with 'August 1, 1943-An area approxi-

Margaret 'Von Mach spent the week Miss Margaret Von Mach, Mrs. needs no trimmings. those adjectives in it. The letter'! mately two miles square in Lake .

end in ,Miami.Seaman James ,Harris, Mrs. Bob Harris, Mrs. we received from him this week Okeechobee bounded as follows::
"
,- E.- S. Knight, Sr., Mrs E. M. Cor- FICTION needs no comment, anyway. "Re- northeast corner, 26 degrees, 47*

Robert W. Kelly, of the nette and Mrs. H. J. Roath. 111 Never Go There Anymore, Je- cently I have been receiving The latitude, 80 degrees, 46' longitude

: ,. U. S, Naval base at Mayport, spent ) rome. Weidman. Clewiston News about a month ''late northwest corner, 26 degrees, 47*"
Sunday in Clewiston with friends. BRIDGE CLUB The Barefoot ,Mailman,' Theodore (that is exceptionally fast service) latitude, 80 degrees 48' longitude;

Pratt. but the news is still very much ap- southeast corner, 26 degrees, 46"

,Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hawkins of Mrs. G. B.: Thomas was hostess to Trio, Dorothy Baker. preciated 'as even the news broad- latitude, 80 degrees, 46' longitude;

Miami were guests- of Mrs. Ruth B. members of her bridge club Wednesday Shelter Without' Walls, Ann casts in English down here -are, southwest corner, 126 degrees, 46*

Owens over the weekend.Mr. Mrs. D. G. Alston won a Ritner. rather scarce so we don't get avery I latitude, 80 degrees, 48''longitude, is

.. Luray- -pitcher as first prize and Mr:. The Valley of Decision. Marcia clear picture of what is going, being used by U.- S. Naval Air Sta-

and Mrs. W. H. Lanier and I Keathley Bowden a box of toilet Davenport.The on in the States, not to. mention the tion, Fort L'auderdale Fla., as an

; Mr. and :Mrs. F,JE. Conkling are soaps as cut prize.- A salad course _,, ,Facg of .ANation. Thomas home: ,town.,. Since I think -it is a aerial practice bombing range.
:\ leaving tomorrow'lor a two weeks' was 'served': to, "'Mrs. Alston, Mrs. Wolfe. good ,idea sending the NEWS to the Bombing operations are being con-

' ',< :;,' ,'. stay at 'Fort Lauderdale Beach. Bowden, Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs. W. NON-FICTION Clewiston boys, I am enclosing a ducted from time to time daily and
..... -- H. Lanier, Mrs. J. W. EzelleMr'5.. George Washington Carver, Rack- check for $5.00 and you can entera all boats are warned from enteringthis
,''. Carl Johnson and Mrs. R. C. Wilson. ham Holt. subscription for any who are not area.FOR .
" Mr. and Mrs. William Seeley and .
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo, Cap- now getting it.
daughter, Barbara, of New Jersey -
'" ,.. :/ were week-end guests of Mr. and GARDEN CLue TO ,MEET tain Ted W. Lawson. We have a very congenial crew
JUVENILELet's aboard-even our new cook, who is SALE-5 electric
,
Mrs. J. K. Rogers.
''::: The first meeting of the Garden Fly To Bermuda, Marjorie I a boy from Springfield, Mass., is

Club for the season 1943-44 will be Barrows. trying' to cooperate by learning to table radios. See

- ,' Mrs. C. L. McLendon spent Mon held Thursday afternoon, August Melinda's Hat, Page Cary. make cornbread for us Rebel boys.
', ,' ..:; day in West Palm Beach visiting her 26, at the Community Center at Little Elephant Catches, Cold, Thomas E. Markette., 2p
. :' mother, Mrs. T. P. Forbes, who is three o'clock. A full attendance at Heluiz Washburne.' "Recently the Skipper gave me a I
birthday present (even though hedidn't
" : : \ ill. this first meeting is urged by the Stars On The Sea, F. van Wyck
know it was that) when he
--- president Mrs. W. L. Lott. Mason.
: ;:':., Mrs. F. Deane Duff has' gone to Bluebird, Fly Up, May Justus. advanced me in rating to yeoman, PLACE YOUR ORDERfor
'
.:.c' Asheville, North' Carolina, to join FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Pirate Gold, Lawton B. Evans. first class. I

.;. ; :. her parents, Mr., and Mrs.. F. Edward H. C. Meador, Pastor Billy Smith, Shanghaid Ace; Billy "Give my regards to the folks Christmas cards with
X- 'iff" Bryant, who are vacationing there. around the old town as it will prob-
v *- -----:- i Smith, Mystery Ace; Billy Smith,
<.; # _: Love Delights In A Difficult Task" Secret Service Ace; Billy Smith, Exploring ably be a very' long time" before I geta Mrs. W. R. Broaderick
Mrs. Carl Johnson and sons, Lief I chance to come back.
Sunday School-9:45 a. m. Ace; Billy Smith, Trail Eater -
:, ,and Jimmy returned Tuesday from Charlie, in case you haven't heard reasonable.
Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. Ace-By Noel Sainsbury, Jr.Maida's Prices
>: ; : Fort Lauderdale where they spent 'I Little the news yet Mr. Churchill and Mr. very
Training Union-7:15 p: m. I Little Shop, Maida's -
their vacation. Evening' Worship: 30 p. m. I House, Maida's Little School, Roosevelt, have just announced that I' Name imprinted. House

.. Love is the center of the whole Maida's Little Camp, Maida's Lit- you and your comrades in the At-
: ",:, ; Mrs. C. E. Bailey, Misses Laura I lantic, both American and :British, Park.
plan of Salvation. God so loved the t tle Island-By Inez Haynes Irwin. 204 Sugarland
.-,:; Bailey and Renee Wethington and have sunk 90 Axis submarines in the
\ world, Jesus so loves us, we love
:: ;: :.' 'RAF Cadets Brown and Stone were Him His ... .
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., we are anxious that others have this .:..: : :..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..>
same'opportunity.. Love should-
.'' Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. Urey impel) us to attempt the most impos-

-.t;: : Waldron, Marty )Waldron, Gl Lowe, sible task for God.. We do not I \\1\1CLEWISTON'\ ji j-

;, and Mrs. ,L. L. Lowe, are spending grumble about our assignments in With I
,this week in Fort Myers. I
,_, the word of Grace. "But His delightis
.,... I' in the law of the Lord, and in His .I i GOLF COURSE :t t..
and
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rowland law doth He meditate _day and Our

baby daughter, Evelyn, of Miami, night." This is what the Psalmist F': Boys

: spent Friday here, en route to Georgia :- says about the righteous man. Is it ; :;:

on their vacation a delight to you to serve our God? :: .

Does the spirit of love permeate your inthe. ... :" .. 1 .
:;.: Charles B. Owens is spending ;; .. i1:
,' a very being as you serve Him? Have :;: :, ::,.:: :
two weeks' vacation in Okeechobee, .
', ; you been guilty of sa>ing-The taskis .. h.
, _, .. Tampa, and other locations in Flor- too difficult, get somebody ei-se I Service

_: ; ida. __ to do it? ;; The Number of Golfers Is Steadily i.

The circles of the W. M. S. will '.' ... .
.\ Miss Mauryne,' Louise and Ann meet Tuesday afternoon at' 3: 30 I !
Prewitt-left this week for Columbus, p. m. Mrs. Cornette's circleplaceto :;2; TncreasingGood

: Mississippi spend a few weeks be announced. Lottie Moon Cir- M NNN, N:..:N IIN M N NM N NN N N N NM N.:N:...:..: y

: with their aunt, Mrs R. W. Watson. cle at the home of Mrs. Turner. y y .:.

Amanda Tinkle Circle at the home cf The, first news that Bobby Broad- 1:. NNNNNN:MNNNNNNNN: ':.
',: Halson Avant returned to Fort ::: .
Mrs Krueger at 8 service weekin '--- .
p m. foot is in the came last s ..
.' -" Knox, Kentucky, Tuesday' after a The study of the Book of Ephesians a letter from Mrs. Broadfoot' who ':. ..-
two weeks' furlough here with his is growing in popularity each sent a subscription in for Bob. She : ; : Greens :,.

':,", parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Avant. passing week. This past week the wrote "He has been an air cadet in ', .:.

largest number gathered for this the Army Air Corps'since early May :'s': -: :::
% Willard Doty has returned after important study. It looked to the .Missouri ; ; .. NNE ..
good and is now at University of INNN: :NNNN:NNN:NN:
spending two weeks in Vicksburg, see 45 faces at our prayer meeting. at Columbia. I can think 'of :'s': I :.::

Mississippi, with his mother, Mrs. I Were you one of them? We are expecting no better way for to keep in touch .:

John H., Doty and his sister, Mrs. more than 50 next Wednes- with his friends, many of whom are y y

Fred Morrison / day. Will you be one of them? Read, in the service, than through the :;: _Meet. Your Own Friends There -:I;:;
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the Book of Ephesians through at News, and too I know it will bring :: :::
C. H. Berner and son, Bobby, are least once before coming to prayer him a great deal of pleasure."He 's'i f .:.

:,.' spending two weeks vacation at Fort. meeting. This will help you to understand was thrilled to get in the air :: :!:

.... :. Myers Beach. Mrs. Berner Carline Paul's message to our i corps as it was his favorite branch' y"s.;. .:.
Berner and
Jo Ann .
Crouch will join hearts. Time 8 p. m. of the service. He is doing fine and .
them for the y ;
week-end. Choir practice immediately after likes the University of 'Missouri very y's' .'
.s'.
prayer meeting. I much, but says he is really havingto .. 1
\a J. D. Hooker, petty officer third auxiliaries :
I I The of the W. M. S. study hard. YEARLY MEMBERSHIP
class, U. S. Navy left ,
yesterday for will meet at the 'church Thursday *

the U. S. Naval Air Station after morning 9:30. All young peopleare And Hub; Spooner, still way out in FEES :f
spending a two day furlough in Clew- urged to attend this meeting. California, has been promoted to vi:i: DAILY GREEN

ieton.since going It was into J. (service.D.'s first furlough I "Be serious with "God and leave Staff Sergeant, one of the choice :!: ..... ...... ..-............ .....:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:...:.:.:..: :..:.: :.....;...
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Geography Is Factor in S t. G R iiADoLbL1rEA the strong.weak-makes Arnold.and the noble world for soft the to


ONr. If a man empties his
I purse
EndRoad into his head
DeterminingVar's wuu s no man can take
it from him.-Benjamin Frank-
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Washington, D. C. A Reporter's Bookmarks: lin.

ASSIGNMENT IN SICILY W. L. White's "Queens Die Proud- God looks at pure, not full,

to Tokyo Both Long and Rough; Pacific Unsung U. S. heroes who contrib- ly" (Harcourt-Brace) contains this hands.Syrus.The .

Well-Fortified uted heavily to Mussolini's down- beautiful wordage: "And the planeit pedigree of honey
Studded With
Remains isn't something that Does
fall were Italian-American boys belongs to not concern the bee;
Strongholds. smuggled into Sicily several weeks the Government with a number; it's A clover, any time, to him
Japanese Old 99, the beautiful NEW Flying Is aristocracy.
before U. S. troops landed.
Fortress that belongs to It's -EMILY DICKINSON.
you.
How they got ashore must remaina .
military secret. But the fact that more than your home-it's, well, a The world's great men have

By BAUKHAGE they got there is now.recognized as kind of a sweetheart. All of you not commonly been great schol-
News Analyst and Commentator. picked her up off the assembly line ars, nor its great scholars great
a part of military operations, justas
/ at the Boeing plant where she was men.-Holmes.
the advance landing of Lieut.
WNU Service, Union Trust Building, the little spring cat which has joinedits Gen. Mark Clark in North Africa bom-a beautiful' smooth, shining,
Washington, D. C. maltese mother and its tiger (per- naked thing. Then all of you took
of U. S. gold.
No victory over Japan before 1949 haps) father. Is it going limp with carrying bags ner up ove"! the clouds and wrappedthat

When that sentiment was broad- boredom? It is not. It prepares its These Italian Americans were beautiful blue starspangledgown Whale Swims UnderwaterWith

Vice Ad- toilet with the same tonguewearying especially trained in the dangerous, of the skies around her, whichis \
cast from Washington by
miral Horne under the aegis of/Secretary energy that it did when con- delicate job of winning over mili- the way every Fortress ought to Its Mouth Open
gress was in session. tary garrisons in advance of a land- :oe: dressed, because they're the
eyebrowswere
raised Knox,here a good in the many capital. Of That is just an example. The ing force. In Sicily they had the Queens of the high skies." You know that a whale breathesair

buses are just as crowded. Tele- advantage of speaking the languageand through its nostrils
course it is fully realized here that just as
once the American people think the phone numbers as hard to get. being able to visit the homesof H. Ullstein's "The Rise and Fallof you do. But you also know, if you

war is in the bag, they will be readyto Laundry lingers as long among the their relatives, few of whom loved the House of Ullstein" (Simon- are a swimmer, that you keep

resume the plowshare and the pen launderers. Pants pant for press- Mussolini. From there they were Schuster) is a tragic story of the your mouth closed while you are
able to work around to various military slow death of
ing. Germany's greatest under water.
Not
the
as simple citizens again, not as dol- so whale.
lar-a-year men or'munitions workers Recently I tried four leading hotels leaders.It pUblishers' via the swastika poison It swims with its mouth open, so

or victory gardeners or rationers before I could reserve placesfor has long been known that Ital- '. ., The history of its downfall has that it can collect the huge quan-

or any of the other things we lunch. One of them was not ian military leaders ,were of two an uncanny way of paralleling some tities of small fish and sea crea-

don't like. So Washington can't afford air cooled. "I am ordinarily a two-: types. One is the professional soldier Df: the events already taking place tures that it needs for food. How's

to be overoptimistic. But 1949 suit guy," said a newspaper man like Field Marshal Badoglio, here The author reports that he it done?

is a long, long way off. to me the other day when Donald who was in the army before Musso- told conservative German dailies to Nature has provided the whale ,
about the lini's time and has love for the offer stiffer resistance to the
When Admiral Halsey finally ad- Nelson was complaining no rising with a longer windpipe, reaching j I
mitted that the capture of the important heavy buying of clothes, "but if I Fascists. Also he has no love for tide of Naziism. Butthey, and even the nostril opening at the back of I

' air base of Munda was didn't have four suits now, I'd go to the Nazis, and so was not too diffi- chiefs of his own paper, told him 'the mouth. Thus, although it can !
work unpressed and uncleaned or in cult to win over to the Allied side. not to be so pessimistic about the swim along with its mouth
"within reach, it looked like _an- open
other easy victory scored and that a barrel." Other type of Italian military lead- danger within They feared and full of 'water, none can get I

Tokyo ought to tremble. ers is the Fascist Blackshirt, who that such stories would lose sub- into the lungs.Incidentally. 1

'The Little Prince' rose through favors from II Duce, scribers-so they did nothing, and the quantity of food

About DistancesBut You recall reviewed "The Little but who usually is susceptible to now ,they have nothing. that a whale consumes is enor-

how much nearer are we to Prince" by Antoine de Saint- coin of,the realm. Presumably U. S. mous. Whalers tell us that the

Tokyo? Get a map of Asia,. includ- Exupery in this column some time advance scouts were supplied with From "Exchange Ship," by Max stomachs are often full to burst-

ing the Solomon Islands and if, you ago. I have had many letters con- what General Clark took with him in Hill of the Associated Press (Far- ing-point, and the contents would

can identify the little specks whichare cerning the author whom I said was, advance into North Africa. rar-Rinehart) : "Clean people? The amount to several carloads!

Guadalcanal where our main at the front.Recently At any rate, expert advance work Japanese bath provides what prob-

base lies, and Rabaul, our objec- Leonard Lyons, New I by patriotic Italian-Americans, plus ably is the. dirtiest way of getting No Soviet ,

tive, note the distance between, and York columnist, reported that the the popularity of the United Statesin :clean in the world. Scores of men, PresidentThe

then see how much farther it is to aviator-author, who is back on ,the Sicily, contributed to one of the women and children bathe in the

Tokyo. It's as far as from New fighting line again although he is 43 most bloodless landing expeditionsin same water, which is hot but surely Soviet union has no presi- I

York to Casablanca.And years old, wrote to his American history. not enough to kill germs '. Each dent. The man who is generally I

there is a lot of difference translator:', Also the psychological shock of wing (of my prison) had a row of called "President," even by the

between the two roads. When we "After seeing the fighting men and the headlong U. S. rush through Sic- five Japanese-type baths, one of heads of many other governments,

sent our troops over the Atlantic to the mighty armaments, I' realize ily was what toppled Mussolini off them usually out of order. That is Mikhail Kalinin, chairman of

Africa, it was pretty nearly our pond that I .must come to Africa to appreciate his thorny throne. meant the 180 prisoners had four the Presidium. This is a 42-mem-

there wasn't an Axis base en America." *. tubs, and the water wasn't emptied ber "Congressional Committee,"

route. The Pacific is studded with He was spared, after the fall of GEN.> GIRAUD'S WATERLOO until the last man passed throughthe which carries on the work of the

Japanese bases. France, "to fight again." line. The native prisoners were 1,300-member Supreme Soviet, the

There are two powerful Jap Let us hope he will be spared, when General Giraud was shown all the first-but there was only one placefor highest executive body, when, the

strongholds, much better protectedthan she rises, to write again. sights of Washington during his stay the foreigners-last." latter is not in session.

Munda right in the Solomon here, including the war depart- .

Islands, on Bougainville island and Food ProgramIt ment's massive Pentagon building, H. Allen Smith's book, "Life in a
Rabaul the hub of the rated as the largest office building '
Japs' empirein cooler and Putty Knife Factory, contains con- DON'T LET
was a more peaceful in the world. "
the. Southwest. Beyond, over a siderable amusement, including: "A
than
which had
day 'many precededit
long stretch of water, is the little in After the French commander had man who becomes the writer of a CONSTIPATIONSLOW
Washington. The Presidentwas
island of Truk, said to be the main in been led through the labyrinth of :olumn:: is much worse off. His brain YOU UP
a genial mood when he met
Jap'naval base in the Pacific.. the and radio Pentagon corridors to General Staff achieves such a state that no respectable O When 'bowels are sluggish and you

From New Britain, where Rabaulis press representatives.The headquarters, and later out into the gumma would ever attach feel irritable, headachy, do as million:

located, it is 690 miles to Tokyo- administration, he said, is sunlight, he was asked what he itself to it. He becomes a straight- do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern

further than from Tunisia to the'northern working on a new food program.A thought of the place. forward paranoiac. He suffers first chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
few days before, I talked witha FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed,
tip Norway.. "Well remarked General Gi from headache tinnitus palpitation in
member of the administration who taking only accordance with package
In order to realize why we are raud, "I've escaped from two Ger- ;digestive disturbances, and incapacity directions-sleep without being dis
still so far away from our objective said to me: "Frankly, if we"havea man prisons, but I could never get for mental exertion. After that turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
food program, I can't find it. And relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
in the Pacific war we have to out of this intense selfishness
con- building. come egotism, FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes is
'he was anxious to locate it be- good, handy
sider what it took to get as far as cause a very lot 'of his friends had been onceit, overbearing pride, violent and economical.A generous family supply

we have already gone. It took six asking UNDER TWO FLAGS temper, and moroseness. How do costs only
months, some terribly gruelling I know this? I was a columnist.My FEEN-A-MINT '
The President, at the conferenceI The chickens hatched when Amer- lotxYOU
fighting, and many lives, to capturethe own favorite is W. W. Around
referred to, explained that he'd be ican ships were put under the Pana-
little island of Guadalcanal. It newspaper offices, where it is fash-
tickled to death if would explain manian flag to avoid.neutrality laws
anyone -
took another five. months before the ionable to scoff, he gets very little
to him home to roost.
how he could reduce are now coming
Allies were ready to start their sec- outspoken applause. Your omniscient WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM-
ond offensive prices in accordance with the stabilization As a result, the U. S. governmentnow
movement with
the swaggering newspaper man
final capture of Rabaul as the ob- under the present limita- employs 16,000 seamen whomit greets his name with a sneer. I HOT flASHESIt

jective. Progress at this rate and tions set by congress.A pays in_hard cash every month, never did. I wouldn't sneer even
little bit later, I heard it said but whom it has
with this type of island-to-island ad- over no disciplinary though it made me appear to be

flatly "We've to increase you suffer from hot flashes, dizziness
: got pricesif control whatsoever. The seamen are "
vance is taken for granted by thosevtho sharp as a tack. distress of "Irregularities", are
put 1949'as the date when Japan we expect the farmers to raise working under the Panamanian'flag, weak nervous irrItable blue at

will be vanquished. enough food to meet the present though actually they are American "Time of Peace," an exciting tale times-due to the in funcUonal"mIddleage" woman's
period a
goals. citizens. So'when they get into by Ben Ames Williams (Houghton- life-try LydIa Pinkham's, Vege-
Defensive ActionIt Now, Howard Tolley, chief of the brawls in American ports, they must Mifflin), contains this gem: "So now table Compound-the best-known

took MacArthur approximatelyas Bureau of Agricultural Economics, answer to the Panamanian consul, you've ,seen where your ancestors medicine you can buy today that's
made women.
especially for
long to turn back the Japs 'on (whose business it is to figure out though they are American citizens lived," Mark told his son as they Plnkbam's Compound has helped

New Guinea, fighting to reach Port what is needed, not how .we'll get and draw American pay. came into familiar surroundings. thousands upon thousands of wom-

Moresby and to capture their key it) says this: Certain state department officialsare "Don't ever forget that you're more en toms.to Follow relieve label such directions.annoying symp Pink-

point of Buna, so they could moveon Increased Consumption"If urging that the problem be than a New Englander. Out of your ham's Compound Is worth trying!

Salamaua and Lae driving the the United States carries out solved by transferring! the ships backto eight great-great-grandparents, two

enemy out foot by foot from these its U. S. registry., went from Massachusetts to Ohio,
pretty much isolated proposed international pledge to Note: At when of.
points. do all that is present, one two went from Georgia to Missis-
The fighting, up until the'drive be- better diets for its needed to provide these ships clears a U. S. port it sippi, one lived in California, one in ;.io CHECK
own people the
ginning with the capture of Rendovaon must pay a $20 fee to the consul of Oregon, one in Minnesota, and one |pIN

June 30, has been nothing more consumption of dairy products here Panama, in spite of the fact that -your mothers great-great-grand. 7DAYS
would have
than offensive-defensive. Before that cent." to be increased 40 per the ship belongs to the U.S.A. mother-came from Germany tUid

the effort, and a successful *
one, was That is just Two of your greatgrandparentscame
one
product-repre-
to keep 'the Japs from attacking AXIS DISTORTIONSThe from Wales. Your grandparents -
senting, of course, milk butter
,
Australia from Port Moresby, from cheese.In Axis radio is trying to scare came from Ohio, Michigan and for Malarial Symptoms.

seizing the Solomons and making the ,order to bring the national diet up a war in South America. The Minnesota. You've got all the blood
Australian east coast vulnerable and strains in Tony. Yoti're not a,
up to the standard set truck Bolivian army, with Peru's support, you
to save' the life line of men and would also have to be, increased crops according to the Axis, is about to Westerner, nor a Southerner. You'rean WNU-7 32. 43

supplies moving from America to about 80 cent launch an attack on Chile to gaina American."
Australia. per eggs more than
20 per cent, fruit about 20 port on the Pacific.
cent
Only now, summer 1943, are per Secretary Harold Ickes' "The Au-
we according to Mr. Tolley, and to raise Here is the only grain of truth behind -
really taking offensive action in the for such market this propaganda: When Bolivian tobiography of a Curmudgeon"

Southwest Pacific and, as I said, if crops about 40 million a additional would take President Penaranda returned to (Reynal & Hitchcock) offers the following s.

you look at a map of Asia which acres of La Paz from his visit to the United in the chapter called Blessed

shows all of the territory held by the than cropland is or cultivated.about one-eighth more States, he stated publicly that 'Bolivian Event: "Mouth-to-ear rumors abouta May Warn of Disordered

Japanese, you will see that whatwe With the now aspirations :for a seaport had public man are almost without exception Kidney Action
have won since our offensive present full employment, never been abandoned, that when : so fiercely barbed that most Modern life with Its hurry and worm
Tolley that this Irregular habits, Improper eating and
extra
really began is a very thin sliver, the farmer's says output of the opportune, time arose Bolivia people would hesitate to repeat them drinking-its risk of exposure and infec
geographically speaking. In enemy product could be ab would assert that claim. out loud if they should be said of a tion-throws heavy strain on the work
sorbed. And this leaves out what of the kidnejs. They are apt to become
effectives destroyed, it has been Truth is, however, that Penaranda private citizen. The private citizen over-taxed and fail to filter excess: acid
would be
sold
larger in proportion but the abroad. has recourse to the courts- and other impurities from the life-si vine
navy nad no such militant motive in mind. easy blood.
men in Washington who talk about Right now, industry is working on Furthermore, moderate elements in protection under ,the law. So, too, You may suffer nagging backache,

1949 speak with a conservative geo- plans ment"to maintain this "full employ- Chile assert they would be perfectly' I grant you, in theory, has the pub- leg headache pains,dizziness swelling-feel: getting constantlytired up nigbts.! ;
by converting war plants to
graphical accent. willing to discuss the sale of the lic man, but the more public he is, nervous all worn out. Other signs
peace plants. Industry is trying to the greater the probability that of kidney or bladder disorder are some-
port of Arica to Bolivia.If .
times burning scanty or too frequent
Diary of a BroadcasterIsn't compete with the government in the Chilean moderates actually should he prove that he didn't actu urination.
post-war planning in this field. ally'commit the crime, the publicitythat Try Doan' Pills. Doan't help the
it bring about negotiation for the sale
awfully dull in Washington' How many farmers interested kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
are
with congress gone home and of Arica, they will'set a new high in he would get would leave the waste. They have had more than half K
every- enough to get up and say "their say"in relations. It has world convinced: that he was in the century of public approval. Are recom-
thing closed good neighbor not
up? favor of a plan that will mended by grateful users everywhere
'
keep
when ii occurred. In
If you think so, you are been long since the territorial am- neighborhood Ak your neighbor!
a midsummer dreaming enough people aj work so that they bitions of South American countriesas other words, the people can believe
night's dream.
can buy this extra 40 million
When I arise and start down acres'worth in the case of Peru vs. Ecuador virtually anything concerning a man

toward Pennsylvania avenue, I note healthy?of food they need to be and Bolivia vs. Paraguayhavebeen in public unbelievable.life provided"that* it is sufficiently -' DOAN SPILLS

settled_by a resort to arms.



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growIng things a d;JT n. For longer service wash cotton A little starch added to the wa-

reel fc.s if 1m u&.mmcirx 71' <1 garments according the instruc- ter with which mirrors are washed

tke midst oF y I aayPQky'4 tions on the label. will remove soil and give a pdlish
w nn + to the' glass.

music ihen. Tomatoes canned with the pulp *

: : (1V1'C' ,and seeds contain food 'value not Mending a small snag or rip be-
r- I IK saved in tomato juice. fore an article goes into the wash-
s'dz -
ing machine may save larger
To prevent figs, dates or raisins patch later on. '

from clogging the food chopperadd *

&' a few drops of lemon juice. Save colored, bottles that beverages -
f ? : yi+ ti, '' :.t !c dy' }?' R if.f come in and use them for

D 'j L 2 If you buy wool material that holding trailing vines, sprays or
+'
? yYvy ? } fit:1v3 isn't preshrunk, it's wise to steam- other greenery. They add a note
ryv Y. t x
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H press it to shrink it before cut- of color 'to glass shelves in win-
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DASH IN FEATHERS7.OR GO MUCH FARTHER 2 cups diced cooked ham ,

S PR E AD O Nj IRQ OSTSm'jt 1 cup diced celery
Lynn Says: 2 hard-cooked eggs, diced
j aildSUPPER0.
1cup mayonnaise
The Score Card: Good news ,is LUNCH
\Vz teaspoons sweet pickle relish
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': : (J) get additional supplies of sug- Fresh whole raspberries. nutritious wartime meal! '.' .":!, ? ..".,
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year's peanut situation' and seek revision nation syringes range from 1.65 to NOTICE Judge of ,Ilcndry County. Florida, at
Publicity Men AAA set-up In this $2.20. The his office in the court house at La-
I of the City Commission has stricken Belle. Florida, within eight
calendar
from the registration book of the Cityof months from the
.In Armed Services state. Clewiston. Florida, the date of the first publication -
Chili Con Carne Is MeatIs followingnames of this notice. Each claim
I Secretary; John Ford of the Florida chili con carne a meat product, : demand must be In writing, and must or
A Great Job Federation stated that I state the place of residence and
Doing Bureau post
Farm requiring red ration stamps or is it Brown L. M. office address of
county organization will seek a Broadfoot Mary Ellen. must be sworn to thecclaimant and .
I'the a processed food, requiring blue Carlisle Mrs. A. C. by his ,
,
TAMPA, Aug. IS-(FNS)-Some j division of the state Into two administrative stamps? Carlisle, A. C. will agent become or his void attorney, or the same
according to law. ,
plowing reports are filtering home areas in an effort to make The OPA, inv a ruling made publicby Doty Dickson., John Julian H. M. ThIs 28th day of July, 1943,, ,
tell provision for a program designed to district office has Klkins, Mrs. W. M.
from 'several war fronts which j the Tampa ELBERT L. STEWART,
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differing conditions In the Flynn. Rev. Lawrence J.
meet Administrator
settled a misunderstanding by declaring of the Estate
Guthrie, Mrs. .
being done by R L.
work of Elmer
effective is
Whitfield
of I state. Growers feel that there it a meat product and there Guthrle, R. L. deceased
and publicity men now between the priceI Hackett, A. L. HENDRY COUNTY. FLORIDA.
::Florida news Itoo I great a spread fore subject to red stamps.' The con- Hackett, Florence. :' Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27, Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24.NOTICE ..
da the armed services. I the farmer receives and the customer fusion resulted because chili con Henricksen, Fred.

:"Lieut. Hampton Dunn, Floral City pays. carne is sold in two forms: In HIrsch Henricksen, M. ,J.Agnes.

boy, former Tampa Times reporterand I brick, much like sausage; and as a, HIrsch, Mrs. M. J. OF ELECTION

President of the University of i Rationing Calendar- canned Item, with or without beans. Jacobs.Jacobs Beatrice.Thomas. ,-
""T'r-awna... Alumni Association, was: The point value chart, for August Lear Charles M. held General municipal election will be I
--- -- ------- I on Tuesday, September
7,
Lear. Charles E. 1943 for'
commended by Maj. Gen. James H.'! Continued from Page 1) lists chili in iwo' places. As a can- NIblack, J. G. the election of three Commissioners to !
for his complete and comprehensive ( Niblack, Meena H. serve on the City Commission of the I
loolittle ned item it is 3 red points per pound. City of Clewiiton
I when housewife buys a I Schiffh. O. F. Florida
of However a
of the battle I ,
reporting it As a brick item (sausage) its point Shelley, Evelyn J. The two candidates receiving the
and orders .
Pantelleria. Doolittle said: "The pound of round steak value is based on the meat content. I Tyler, O. E. greatest number of votes shall be-
I the price wil apply to that Tyler Mrs. 0 .E. deemed elected for four year terms and
fine stories I ground,
of news and that most brick chili the candidate
coverage I' before it is Experts say Von Mack, M. E. receiving the next greatest -
sent in from your wing during the particular cut of meat contains 50 per cent meat. The Von Mack, Mary L. number of votes shall be deemed I
I The best grade of round Ward Janie R. elected for a term of two years. I
final stages'of the battle and surrender ground. point value, therefore, is 4 red pointsper The City Commission' the of I The candidates who have qualified
43 a City ;
at cents
unusually good. I wantto steak is top-priced Clewiston Florida will are: '_
were pound. meet in ses-
congratulate you on the showingwe I I pound. The point value of hamburger I sion, at the City Hall Clewiston. Flor- W.E. E.C. Kelly Owen .
ida, on Monday August 23, 1943, at I
is to the pound, but J.
result. seven A. McGehee
- able to make as a five o'clock P. M., Eastern
were War
Time,
noted In dis- the point value of round steak is 13 G. Willis TyfconContinued I[ for the purpose of hearing petitions for and C. ,E. Miner \
Other Florida men the Hamburger is cheaper the restoring of any of the above elected.three of the candidates are toe.
to pound.
patches for their outstanding work names to the registration book which ,
have been The election will be held in the Community -
both may
ways. erroneously stricken.
are Bernal E. Clark, former pub- ( from Page 1) By Order of the City Commission of Center room in the City Hall i,
Florida Power the City of Clewiston. '.- Building, Clewiston, Florida.
licity director of the tribute to the I
Synthetic Hot Water Bottles and this record is a The polls will be open at.nine 0'I
-.C Light Company, R. J. "Bob".Eastman genius of its general manager. Mr. :M. W. BIGG, City Clerk.: clock A. M. and will close at seven o'-.
: St. Augustine, formerly Since hospital grade hotwater bot- Tyson flew to England for a several No. 34-Aug. 13, 20. clock The P.following M., Eastern election War Time.officials -

,official photographer and publicity tles and combination syringes madeof weeks study of British flying planes! appointed to conduct the election:are"
Frank synthetic rubber are coming on J R. G.. George Clerk
director of Marine Studios, and schools at the invitation of the. Mrs R.: M.;: Hare: Jr., Inspector.
Wright -of Gainesville, former publicity the retail market for the first time,, British Air Ministry. 'last ;year. It I XOTICK Probate TO Law CRI?1033STATE' nITORo! Mrs. G. H. Small Inspector. I i
University the Office of Price Administrationhas The following alternate election of "
: director of the ofl was soon after that trip that British flcials'are appointed to
serve in their
;Florida, and Kenneth Ballinger,) 'given them retail ceiling prices and American ,cadets began to be' OF FLORIDA place and stead, if necessary: ,
political editor of the Miami which are in line with pre-war prices ( COUNTY OF IIENDRY Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw Clerk. '-'':
former
trained together in this country.Mr. Mrs
Charles M. Pirkle '
Herald and later assistant to the for the same grade of articles when You and each of you are hereby Mrs W. L. Lott, Inspector, Inspector: .'.
Tyson had a' long and brilliant notified and required to present my '
General. made of crude rubber. The new claims and demands which By order of the City Commission of
Attorney or
you
prices are effective August 19, 1943. aviation career. He was born !in either of you, may have against the the City of Clewiston.

"Hospital grade" rubber productsare Manchester, England, June 28th, estate of Elmer Whltfield. deceased, F. D. DUFF Mayor.
Peanut SituationTo designed for durability and heavy 1905 and came to the United Statesat late of said County, to the County Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27, Sept. 3.

Be Studied service\ and generally cost more than the age of four. I

the lower grades. He first solo-ed at the age of 20 I

Today's top legal price for Victory in a Curtiss "Jenny" in Los Angeles -

MARIANNA, Aug. 18-FNS) line, hospital grade, hot water bot- For three years, from 1926 RA S'M

:At meeting of the Jackson County tles of synthetic rubber, is $1.30. to 1929, he was instructing and

"Farm Bureau last week, a special The retail ceilings for three types of ,barnstorming in California. In 1930

committee vas named to study this I Victory line, hospital grade, combi- he started his own flying school as If' YOUfrpl&f

fixed base operator at Los Angeles y.4.*??
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Municipal Airport. It was here that ant 60. tff*
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PICKING_ DAISIES __ ( several of the present, instructors at
Riddle Field learned to fly under
i I the tutorship of Mr. Tyson I II

During 1936 he was pilot on the Ii i Buy S< 'y n

Los Angeles-Caliente Air Lines, us i f 9v'r

ing' tri-motored Stinsons. In 1937 War
I Bond
he joined the Department of Com

merce as Aeronautical Inspector.
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From 1938 to 1940 Mr. Tyson wasa >.
P10Q C. A. A. Engineering Inspector ::9.ob;

'stationed at the First Region in :

New York. In this capacity he was

test pilot on many well known typesof
AcN ', rye
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planes. He resigned in 1941 to ::

accept a position with Embry-Riddle, .

and came to Clewiston as general

manager r of Piddle Field; where his :

work has attracted international at- B.f
tention.
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