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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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{ 21-NUMBER 31 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1944 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.50 PER YEAR

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WORK ON STARCH IMPORTANT-NOTICE, AMERICAN GENERALPRESENTED Open Recreation To ChildrenOf Center SURGICAL DRESSINGS


Notices hate been, sent or will be

PLANT IS GOING scribers sent in the to next the few News days whose to all sub-sub- WINGSTO School AgeThe QUOTAS ORDERED 'TO


scription Is in arrears and these delinquent -

AHEAD RAPIDLY subscribers will be given RIDDLE CADETS recreational committee of the BE ,SENT PROMPTLY

until July 31 to bring their accountup United States Sugar Corporation

to date. after a meeting Monday night, informed _

An unofficial survey of progress At that time tho paper will Inaugurate Brigadier-General T. W. Blackburn -\ Mrs. A. O. Ward, chairman The National Red Cross, in a
Associationthat
of the
Parent-Teachers
made on the starch mill project as a new policy of sending out I commanding general of the I form letter the past week to surgical -
oJ the committee had decided to
__ seen through the editor's eyes indicates notices in advance, from fifteen to Third Fighter Command of the the dressing chairmen of local
recreation center
II open every
thirty days, which will permit plent I American Air Force, presented
l that work is going ahead as
chapters
Friday night for children of school advised that, until further
made the talk
: wings and graduation
; xapidly, and perhaps more so, than of time for renewals before the ex- .
age of the ,community. notice, quotas, no matter how
, could be expected.The piration date without working a at the graduating exercises of Course

structure which was first hardship on anyone but should the 18 at Riddle Field last Saturday Mrs. Ward said that the requestfor small, should be shipped to Medical
the center was made in order
, i built on the plant? site, the 140-foot subscription not be paid by the date morning at eleven o'clock. that where Depots within thirty days after ma-
a place could be obtained
due tho name of the subscriber will This is the first, time that an
is
concrete water storage tower, terial is received. In other words
room enough was provided for a
" "I virtually completed save for a few be removed from the mailing list, American officer has made, the address .
planned recreation program for the monthly quotas are to be shipped 'at
for class of Riddle Field
' finishing touches. Most of the regardless of whose,name It may be. a
I
; I graduates but Course 18 was the children could be carried out dur- the end of the month regardless of
. t, forms have now been removed from Postal laws require that sub-
" last class to finish with AmericanAir ing the summer months. It is un- whether or not the quota has been
> the exterior of the tower. An observation scriptions ,be paid in advance cadets the grad- derstood that a P.-T. A. committee filled.
Force
. tower on top of this structure 'and it is more necessary than e"el'bdorc among
; 'I i. uates. The practice of sending in a will start making plans. to this end The letter sets out that volunteers,
I will afford an excellent view because of the paper shortage -
, Americans to take the very shortly. perhaps without realizing it
have
-- of
,
townsite entire group
of the and the plant that these laws be rigidly adhered -
\ site if permission is granted to to.Kiwanis. IAF course was discontinued with been making two types of dressings,

Course 19. Community Church the active or shipped dressings and I
,climb ,to it or your heart action will
A'm'ilitary band from Bucking- the inactive or unshipped dress-

permit Concrete this,foundation long climb., floor, columns Committee '.ham Field, Fort Myers, played for Sponsors 'Vacation ings; that only the active dressing \

( the cadets during the parade and at reaches the scene of battle; only
I c' and roof have been poured Chairmen Report At Two Weeks SchoolThe I
the the active dressing is
the conclusion of wings presen- immediately
i : for the big warehouse which is lo-
tation. Some pretty formation flying available to the hand of the surgeon;
,f i'' sated on the extreme north side of Meeting WednesdayThe
I the mill site. It is understood that was also included in the pro- Clewiston Community Churchis only the active dressing can arrest

sponsoring two weeks' vacation the bleeding of wounded men. All
grain a
9 the walls of this structure, are to be
l' of glass blocks and tile. Clewiston Kiwanis Club, at The group of American ,graduates church school for the young peo- passive, dressings are potentially active -

, A short distance south of this its meeting Wednesday night, heard were on leave at ,the conclusion of ple of the community with classes and need only to be',shipped to ,

warehouse the foundation and grade some 'very Interesting reports from the graduating exercises and mostof being held each week day morning change the status. \

: ,\ beams have been poured for the committee chairmen relative to various them left Saturday night. The with a program consisting of wor- Upon request of the Army National i

.I 1 starch house proper or what is activities of the several com- RAF cadets however watied until ship, Bible study, memory work, Headquarters has set a deadline "

This mittees. Monday night to leave. Course 21 recreation and handicraft.The for shipment of all outstanding
known as the "wet house. I
arrived by trai Tuesday morning. school began Monday morn- quotas as November 15, 1944. :
the largest building in the group,
These were, regular routine reports As is customary at ,graduating ing and will continue through June Much greater activity has been ,:
Tve are told, is to be'three stories ia and while there 'j
was nothing exercises it was an open 'post day 30, on whichdate there ,will be a shown in the Clewistou surgical ;
neigh and glass blocks will be used
outstanding
they indicated
con- and many friends of the graduates family picnic supper for all members dressing room within the past couple
in the walls of this structure.
largely siderable 'activity Kiwanis
on work. attended the program. of the church school, Sunday of weeks and there were twenty-

Eastward from these buildings In addition Elbert' L. Stewart School, and regular congregation.After seven volunteer workers at the roomon

some distance four ,circular concrete made an appearance in regard to
the supper on that Friday Tuesday of this week. But there ,

:"..' l tanks have been built for the water the War Bond drive and said that SALE OF WAR BONDSIN night there will ,be a program given is much work to be done. The 'June :

": treatment plant and foundations he was "ashamed to say" the drive by the children of the Vacation quota 'of dressings, 18,000 '4x4 :

have been poured for miscellaneous was'progressing very slowly at this has begun and
Church school.Conducting sponges, only just

... structures. time.The FIFTH LOAN DRIVE the school are Mrs. unless there is ,a; very determined(

: Installation of utilities is going I Il committee chairmen and mem- effort made in the next week tb.e
W. N.. Martin, who has charge of
forward rapidly. 'Most of the water bers for 1944 are as follows: Youth ; quota will fall far short. The material
the beginners department 'Mrs. F.E .
mains are already in and fire 'plugs : Service R. C. Wilson, chairman, E. SAID LAGGING HERE Conkling, in charge of the pri- is at hand and the quota .can

nave been installed at many'' points. M. Cornette, Bernard Myers, Rev. be finished if there are enough volunteer '
mary
department and David C.
Sewage disposal lines, electric conduits D. C. Hancock, R. M. Bishop, W. L. !Hancock the workers. The July quota Is
in charge of Junior
4. and other lines' in this 'group Brantley Old Brown and'B'el'nie Elbert ,L. Stewart, who has, been and ,intermediate departments. Mrs. just as large, 9,000 4x8 and !,OOO
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: are being/placed 'rapidly. Thompson. Sub-committees are managing' the Fifth War Loan Drive 4x4.dressings. r '
I I IS. P. Slonaker Wardare
and Mrs, E O.
:. :: ;' Grading and dewatering' of the 'UPC, vocational and during the absence the Clewiston Special cardboard
guidance, boys, .. :, {of :?: also, assisting. '- : shipping car

:': .;',, .; ,; site for' tbe sewage :disposal! plant' :' and" 'girlsCgmmunity_" ... \T: ,.._-{ .,.. :.,...;., ._ chairman, for the drive,-'C.. v. Parkinson -I tons' are' :now, on hand and the matter

N southwest of.the sugar ,house is un Servlc" committee' is stated ',this week, that, resultsof I Enrolled' in b.G 'beginners department -, of shipping is'thus' greatly ex-

', derway.and this plant will likely be headed by: ,Elliott E. Gross with C. A.. ,the drive to date ''have been very !are. '.: Ronnie Wylle, Lief Johnson (Continued on 'Page10)

started'very shortly. Thomas and W. S.. Bowdon on the disappointing and -that unless some Marion McGowan, J., Carrol" '

Careful planning for the comfort agriculture committee, N. V. S. very ,diligent efforts are made from Miner, Donna Gayle Martin, ,Marilyn Hobby Shop To Be
Hancock, Marjorie Brown Sylvia ,
,
-of workers on'the project ie .seen in Mumford and G., H. Small of public now until the end of the campaign

,_ the very excellent group of bar, affairs, Elbert 'Stewart on business that Hendry County will fall far Lister, Warren Brown, Ronnie ,"Tay- Open This SummerM.
lor Martha
Jay Bartz Albert Gericke -
,
'$: racks which have been erected for standards and M. M. Prewitt on short' of its quota of something over '
r Davis, Patsy Maud Cook, San-
T' Doth white workers and colored workers support of churches.The ,$600,000..
} dra Jones, Allan Lingham, Gary H. Sharpe, vocational agricul-
on the :project. In the white Mr. Parkinson returned on Thursday -
administration committee is Britan, Lamar McLendon, Martha tural teacher here, stated this week
construction ,camp twelve double headed of this week and it is'expected
W.
by C. Owen with Kiwanis
Jean Nowling Bonnie Fay Dur- that the agriculture building on thE
,.: barracks have been erected and five education in charge of J. E. Beards- hat he will perfect his selling organization :
rence, Sheba Jean Sullivan, Mary school grounds will be open next
single barracks 'are going the and set'the machinery in
up ley, classification and membershipin Jane King, Lonnie Brittan, Gene Tuesday night from 6_:30 to ten o'-

latter for the supervisory personnel. ,charge of J. W. Ezelle, public motion for a real bond-selling campaign -, Thompson, Jennings Ezelle and Vir- clock' during which time anyone
A large mess hall operated by the remainder of the
F relations and publicity in charge of during ginia Ann Godwin. who may be working;on some project
y Chalker and Lund, is expected to H. R.' Hall and Bernard pertod.
Myers. as a hobby or who needs to do some
., : open the first of 'next ,week Nine All "E" bonds sold since the first In the primary department the
work with the tools available the
Club Meetings committee is headed at
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{ double barracks have been erected of the month are credited on the following are enrolled: Joyce
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by J., E. Beardsley with G. H. shop, is invited to come.
south of Harlem for the colored quota but the total of these bondsto Archibald, Joyce Batz: Lowell Bre- y
Thomas in This will be done one or more
charge of attendance
,
';,<. :' workers and a mess hall will be built date is something over $16,000.The ten; Gene Fuller, Charles Gericke,
';' G. H. Small in charge of House. ,TT. nights each week if the public de-
: --' --" Claire Jones, King, Linda
if needed. sold Wayne
,. ;; : total of bonds and promisedto
'? R. Hall in charge of reception, Arch Lee Eddie Mus- mand is sufficiently great. The dates
": :, The land section of the 35,000 date runs only slightly over a I Mickey Mooney,
Simmons and N. V. S. Mumford in will be set according to the wishes
John and Bernie
'. :. ':,', _, foot pipe line hag been' completed charge of program and music. hundred thousand dollars.It grave Rogers of those attending.

<.: ;;J" ., and the work is going, forward on is pointed out that although Thompson. Those who are handy with tools

",,'i'( -,,>: the concrete pumphouse to be locat- headed'Special Activities C. E. Miner committee with is bond sales"are slow this appears tobe In the junior and intermediate but do not have_ tools of their own
by W. C.
ed at the lake terminus of this 24- the case over most of the coun- departments. are: Carol Augur, John available will find the wellstockedag
;:; > Owen in charge of achievement report .'. it is believed that Bartz Carline Berner
; Inch water line. tr) However Betty Taylor, room a great help' for minor re-
,; (3.' A. Martinez in charge of
although the drive has gotten awayto Virginia Breeden, Skippy Cothern, '
,: :, : In addition to the structures pair jobs.
',,;' : :,-,,", heretofore mentioned office buildings citizenship and Elliot Gross in charge a slow start that the people of jo Ann Crouch: Emma Jane Ezelle,
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of Good Will and Gilevances. 'Clewiston the Nation will Miner,
well as Jimmy Rachel
: as Johnson
are being maintained at the
Girl Scouts Have
Projects committee is headed by it is over and not Owen Prewitt Laurie
,) --:, : mill site by Chalker and Lund, Rust buy bonds before Shirley Ann ,
I Dr. J. W. Ezelle with G. B. Thomasand permit this drive, the most important Rogers, Ann Slonaker and Grace
{<: "Engineering Company, Kirby-Saund- !, New Club
House'W
SS W. L. Brantley the other fail.
mem-
; : : ; ers Company, McDonald ,Engineering one yet made, to Ward. m

? ,;;. : Company, Murphy Construction. bers. '-
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--- NOTICE The Clewiston Girl Scout troopis
'\:. ,:," Company and others, and the big Theatre To Show rejoicing in the, possession of a
": batch plant erected by Maule Industries Temperature Reaches '
of the commissioners new club house the servant quarters
-
A special meeting Invasion News ,
1f.J'; near the site is furnishing
.' '99 of Clewiston / at the C. H. Berner home which
Degrees Wednesday of the City I
.. ., '.. concrete for all of the structures.
4:30 June I Here Next Week hare been turned to them by
:" The scene is one of great activity ,, has been called for p. m; over

:' ; which will continue to even 27, 1944, at the City Hall I ', Mr. and Mrs. Berner.
grow ---
.':" That it definitely has been hot at
of the meeting is to I Ii The girls are now actively
J ':" greater as the building of the mill The purpose U. T. Koch, manager of the Dixie
and complaints of the heat have not
i 1 work the redecorated -
of license ,to getting rooms
-/ consider the granting a
.'j
: approaches its climax and there is Crystal Theatre, announces this
,
been based on imagination, the weather package store hanging curtains, and building
I operate a liquor
little reason to doubt, when the ac week that a newsreel'showing ac-
recording stations of the United 'Several applications benches and when it is ready will /,
and bar here.
"tivities are witnesses, the project tual invasion scenes in Normandyas
States Corporation show
Sugar and all interested entertain' the LaBelle Girl Scouts
,' file persons
will be completed, as scheduled in are now on well the capitulationof
: that the maximum: temperature has as scenes of =4
.- ,"', ,\: fall. are invited to attend and at the thea- here.The 1k
;, the this Rome will be shown
failed month to
only day I
one express their views before the decision intermediate Scouts of ages
reach to ninety degrees!" or above and of the commissioners is made.E. tre here on Thursday and Friday 13 and 14 years were the guests last

Father-Son Gathering \ the highest yet recorded was in E. KELLY, Mayor.Dr. nights of next week. Friday and Saturday of the LaBelle

', Clewiston on Wednesday of this Some 4300 feet of film was pass- I scouts at the home of their leader,

/r Held Sunday Afternoon week'when the mercury soared to and Mrs., JW, Ezelle and ed by the London censors and shot II Mrs. H. H. McCall in LaBelle. The

99 degrees. children, Emma Jane and Jennings, by the U. S. Signal Corps, Army Air girls enjoyed an outdoor supper and

Sunday afternoon at the Clewis There appeared to have been a returned Monday from a two weeks' Forces, U. S. Navy, Coast Guard, 1, swimming but the camp on tho lawn

-I ton school grounds the, fathers and slight break in temparatures Thursday vacation visit spent with relatives Canadian Naval Films unit and oth- was given up due to a prevalence of a,

:' sons of the Clewiston Community however, for on that day the i in Graceville and ,friends in Jack- ers and from these shots has emerged mosquitoes and camp was pitched in

y- Church held a father and son get- maximum was 94 but the minimum sonville. Miss Carol: Augur of ,forceful, compelling picture of the house. Girls attending from
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together with a sizeable group at- early Friday morning was the low- returned with them fora the first hours of the invasion that Clewiston were: Jo Ann Crouch, ,

tending. est minimum recorded this month. Jacksonville 'dwarfs in dramatic content the mil- Carline Bemer Shirley' Owen, Caro-

A diamondball game was played Three consecutive clays of extra- short visit. lions of words- filed by corespon lyn Robinson, Laurie Rogers, Louise

ordinary heat was recorded here last dents. Prewitt, June Espenlaub, Edith :
with the sons Patterson
the fathers opposing
which ended in a 12-12 tie. Following Friday 96, Saturday 97 and Sun- Lt. R. Y. of Camp The scenes wilpbe, ones that Long, Grace Ward, the scout leader '

the game were refreshments and. 'day 96. Gruber, Qkla., spent a'short '" fur everyone will wish::fo;see. actual pictures Laura Bailey and the patrol leader, -

talks by F. E. Conkling and Rev No rainfall has appealed to give lough the first of the ;Av-eekf1: 'with, of the greatest,invasion effortin Mrs. J. K. Rogers. ; intermediate ,

;; David C. Hancock on the responsibilities 'relief in almost two: weeks and a his parents, Mr., and Mrs.R: : :% Y:' the history of' the world and no The patrol leaders of the thata -

of fatherhood. Mrs. C. E. deficiency' of more than four Inches MI'.'. and Mrs. Patterson matter 110mucIi" one might haven group have announced
tpatterson. to the N
Gericke ,two clever renditions for the month has been recorded read about the happenings they prize will be awarded patrol m
; gave took him to, WestPalm, Beach Tuesday which in the most hours ; +
a picture puts
graphic
of children's stories. Singing anda This 'low rainfall is believed :to tie ", could never get so '
1'. prayer for the boys in service con- the cause of the above-averag:, night to Ftalce a train -back toCamp I 'as depicted by these actual _movie at the Red Cross room during the

month <*; shots. month of July.VOLUME .
'; eluded the affair. temperature readings for this Gruber.: ; "

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I,I Gems of Thought JUST )!

QVEENS DIfT &} ,

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I AS A splendid palace, desert- rgqh
iMm
by its inmates, looks a -i PROUDLY ,..
I ruin, so does a man without 1'I'bl; I1' I .

character.-Mahatma Gandhi. 'z1"I: : 7P/ti!&
@.WHITE : W.NUr'FEATU:$ Dead Wreckoning
Walk boldly and wisely in that Driver Examiner-What would

light thou hast; There is a Hand TilE STORY THUS FAR: Lieut. Col. well after dawn, and if we ,encountered circumstances! Wire Eddy's brother. you do if the car brakes suddenly

above will help thee on.-Bailey. Frank Kurtz, pilot of the Flying Fortress Jap fighters, there I'd be, Frank.' failed. to work?

Honors undeserved like (known as "The Swoose," which escaped with sergeants stuffed into every "Of course I sent the wire, but Icouldn't 'Pupil-Hit something cheap.
are from Clark Field, tells of that fatal day corner of the plane, so that we understand at all.' Eddie,
raiment which loses
resplendent when the Japs struck in the Philippines. wouldn't have room to swivel a machine of course, was Frank's navigator on Has Had Enough
its beauty because it is illfitting.Who Fortress is struck down
,
Old 99, another Teacher
gun in our own defense. Old 99. But what about the other -This makes four times rye
seeks, and will not take when before it can get off the ground. The fieldIs hid to punish this
week. What have
boys? Why hadn't Frank told you
littered with the skeletons of U. S. "Or we could ,tape up our leaky' me
Shall once 'tis find offer'd it planes. Buzz Wagner, air ace, is chased line, get the hell ,out of there in to wire their families of all the you Bobbie-I'm to say to that? -

never -SHAKESPEARE more. by Japs In his P40. He meets Lieut. the darkness, and pray the leak sergeants. It wasn't like Frankto glad it's Friday, teacher.:

Russ Church and together they bomb a didn't get worse or a hot exhaust forget. His
Nor love thy life, nor hate; but I II Jap field. Church falls to return. Other stack didn't set it off in midair.We "Then I had to do something about Mr.. Puff-I Failing

I what thou liv'st live well; how pilots are given their targets, including chanced it, and made it all .myself could see that. Sitting in girl I please can go out with any, ., .
long or short permit to heav'n. Colin Kelly. Kelly's: plane settles for a
Jap battleship, but the plane Is ablaze. right, but it turned out to be my my room thinking, I would go to Miss Ruff-Too bad you can'tplease "

Eight bale out. Kelly bales out but Is so last trip, because the next day the pieces. And I wanted to get started any of them, isn't it?
close to the ground he never had a Japs came back and put out of commission doing something useful before Christ
f I chance. what was left of Clark Field. mas. Back in October Frank prom

Milton.Willys "I got the story from Eddie Oliver, ised me he'd call on Christmas Day,
who had been my navigator on Old and now I realized I'd been buildingon WHY BE A SLAVE TOHARSHLAXATIVES

CHAPTER V 99-he and I were the only survivorsof hearing his voice then more thanI

the entire crew-when he got knew. I also realized that maybehe

huilds the "Of course when I heard all this down to Del Monte a few days later. wouldn't be able to. If that call ?

/ I also heard about the whopping big reccoed Clark didn't come through, it would be _
"The
having
rugged target he'd hit and sunk. But Ididn't Japs, hard for me to take.
Field thoroughly, came over all Simple Fresh Fruit Drink .
think much of this at the time, "My little brother (he's a fighter -r_
ready for business. Some had Has
and I don't think Colin did either. guy pilot now) was getting married out Restored Millions to

eep "If I know the boy, and I think I the carelesslyleft cornfield, so a pillow they knew exposed we'd in on the Coast during the holidays. i Normal Regularity!IHere's

do, after he saw his, oxygen systemwas been sleeping there. They blew hell They were asking me to go out. But i
on fire, and had given ordersfor suppose Frank did call ,me Christ- a way to overcome con
out of it with their highaltitudestuff \
stipation
without
flight TruckPattenger the other guys to jump, and was mas, and missed me? I decided to harsh laxatives.
and didn't touch the regular Drink
juice of 1 Sunkist Lemon ina
there hanging back on his wait in Omaha for that call.
/ Car sitting
field which out in glass of
flying they'd put water first thing on
Tractor stick and his rudder'in orderto "But just would drive
Light fighting the first day's raid. Then their fight- waiting any arising.Most.
Power Plant give them a chance to do it, he one crazy. I wanted, to .help-to get people find this all they

wasn't thinking about how many close to the Air Corps. So I went need-stimulates normal bowel action -

j gross tons that Japanese ship displaced down to Colonel Houghland's officehe day after day!

Invest in Liberty & but about his parents and 1 x was air officer of our 7th_ Corps Lemon and water is good for

Marian and little Corkie. And later area in Omaha-and put it up to you. Lemons are among the rich- ...t
fr & Buy War Bonds when he was trying to crawl, out of / .A" him. est sources of vitamin C, which

the upper escape hatch before his ( ,; "He didn't'laugh because wanted and combats infections.fatigue, helps resist colds

clothes caught on fire, it was the \ to work without pay-he:: couldn't able They supply valu-
amounts of vitamins B, and
same, and still later,when he clearedthe \ have been nicer. He showed me P. They
,pep up appetite. They
SNAPPY FACTS hatch but saw the ground comingup _'..\, t huge piles of, applications for avia alkalinize, aid digestion. Lemon
at him, too close and too fast for tion-cadet assignments in the Air and water has a fresh tang too-- ,

ABOUT his chute ever to have a chance to Corps that were coming in. I could clears the mouth, wakes. you up,

crack open, I don't think he was help, he explained, by classifyingand starts you going.
I RUBBERSynthetic worrying about how big his post ":, filing' these, getting them in Try this grand wake-up drink

humous medal was going to be, but their proper groups, help' speed up 10 mornings. See if it doesn't help
WJr\ only worrying about Marian and the stream of reinforcements which you! Use.Caljfornia Sunkist
Lemons.
\ Corkie. the boys out East would need so

"A little later in the afternoon one badly-we didn't dream how badly." A.SKIM

of our fighters came in and beganto z_ -- I IRRITATIONS OF .
"We '
needed
inner tubes need Y everything, said
circle the field, fluttering like a EXTERNAL CAUSEAcne
lubrkation before Inserted Frank. "Ground crews pilots
being co
wounded bird. I could see it was dermatitis
pimples eczema factory -
in pilots. And to make it
casing. Partially
a worse, our
salt! rheum
serious simple ringworm tetter, ,
something guessed even
inflate the tube and use ordinary own group commander, Colonel Eu- bumps (blackheads), and ugly broken-
then aileron be shot
pure soapsuds as a an might away, I bank, had been hurt and was ina out skin. Millions relieve itching burn
lubricant in the absence of a so I gave him the: green light to Manila hospital. ing and soreness of these miseries with
special tube lubrication prep- come' in and land. He began to I simple home treatment. Goes to work at
aration. Dry synthetic tubes make passes at the field, cutting his "But here at Del Monte we saw once. Aids healing, works tho antiseptioway.
people who didn't to know Usa Black and White Ointment onlyas
do not "slide" in the tire and seem a
throttle to pick out the strip of
I directed. lOc, 25c, 50c sizes. 25 year8'success.
The
lubricated war was on. only
unless not ad. military
may
straight sand through the bomb craters Money-back guarantee. Vitalin
just themselves properly. around, was some kind of a transportation famous
marked by'a maze of red flagswe'd cleansing is Rood; soap. Enjoy -
4 outfit. The first day we Black and White Skin Soap daily.
,I Proponents of the continuance of put up. But each time he'd I rr
there I hold of
were got
a coupleof 6-
our synthetic rubber insurance throttle back his left wing would
privates and them
ordersto
policy after the war hold that Jungle drop and he'd have to gun her again, gave
growth the rubber dim out the. headlights of 'every
on plantations making' slow climbing. circle up
and the of the ". car-no matter 'whose-that
probability Japs off 'the ,field. approached I
wrecking the plantation equipmentmay the field. But the transportation
"It began to get me. 'Come on, ; -auuo
mean a loss of two years officer decided he'd stop 7
I before normal levels of rubber son, come on, put it down, beforewe 'Cap-BruiK"Applicator
all that. It seemed the'boys make"BLACK LEAF 404GO
carry
'production can be reanzed.RHEUMATIC get into trouble. On the last trial JUST A MUCH FARTHER fl
: ing out my orders, had even stoppeda DASH IN FEATHERS..
he gunned it, came around, and then
staff car, and the transportationofficer e .
tried to pull up straight, but too late.
Teetering down the field, he caughtone explained that they needed

wing on one of our slightly He wasn't thinking about how more light.

damaged Fortresses, tearing it off, many gross tons that Jap ship dis" "Well, our planes were on that DON'T LETCONSTIPATI'ON
field and I knew the
placed.ers Japs were
and then himself cartwheeled off into
headed down the coast and would be j .
the trees-killing a sergeant who had "
a been came over and with incendiariesset here soon enough anyway, and I' SLOW YOU UP
working on a plane back there.
fire to the nipa shacks which didn't want to attract them 1
The pilot wasn't hurt much himself any 9 When bowels are sluggish and you
had been our quarters. In them was sooner than necessary. feel irritable, headachy, do as millionsdo
4M but one more, of our precious fewP40's everything I owned, including the "But before they did come, the -chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem

was gone. watches, diaries, and wallets which old 19th Bombardment Grouporwhat chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
"But, following orders, I was still FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed,
had belonged to the crew of Old 99. 'left of in
giving the Fortresses the red lightto was it-got some taking only in accordance with package
"It was now hopeless to operate mighty hard licks at them. For instance directions-sleep without being disturbed -
: stay in the air, and I began to
from Clark, everyone saw. Anyway there was the Le'Gaspi Bay' Next morning gentle, thorough
worry about this. 'Maybe orders the Japs had'landed light tanks relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
Our
had been issued to bring them in i mission. Intelligence reporteda I FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
but someone had failed to ; on the coast at Apari, so five hun big concentration of Jap ships and economical.A generous family supply
11 / notifyme. : dred rifles were issued to what south toward
moving us down the costs only
Some of them
would
circle fora' :
ground personnel we had left there coast of Luzon. Of course that meant FEEN-A-MINT
while and then 101
would head on
and went off with unitsto
they infantry
the wall
the handwriting on for us,
back for Del Monte
more than six I
chase them out if they could. The particularly if one was a carrier
i miles
hundred away, while they still
devils ended Bataan.
poor up on with Zeros which would presentlybe .
PAIN had enough'gas to get there. ,Each time we moved, we had to in, range of us and could strafeus FOR QulcK RELIEF obi 'kr :

"Finally old Jim Connally said : leave some of the ground crews be on the ground-remember wehadn't 'e
Mud not Spoil your Day-G t attar It Mow the hell with it, and came on in hind.

Don't pain put off of muscular getting C-2223 rheumatismand to relieve without my giving him any light at "So here we were now at Del within five a single hundred American miles. fighter A Soothing S A LV E

other rheumatic pains. Caution: all. He needed more gas to get Monte, about fifteen Fortresses in "Sure enough, Intelligence presently ANTISEPTIC '

Use only as 'directed. First bottle back to Mindanao and couldn't perch all, but patched up and in such bad reported that they thought one Used by, thousands with satisfactory remits
purchase >rice back if not satisfied.60c there all and for 40 years-six valuable ingredi
l up' day, a little after repair we were lucky if we could
and $1.00. : of this concentration was a carrier, ents. Get Carbon at drug stores or writ
Today, buy C2223.YOUR1 this the Colonel said I could give the get half a dozen off the ground at and now they were just off Le Gas- Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, TennJJ1

others the green light to come in anyone time. pi. It was up to us to take off and

and gas up, although any hour, any "But otherwise it was a lovely do what we could. We'd been work.

minute, we were expecting. the Japs setup. A pretty turf field right up ing like hell to, get the planes ,in ...

WOMENY S back. He wanted to"save those ,remaining against the big pineapple cannerythe shape, and finally had six which we

.. Forts ,at any cost. executives had used it for their thought could complete the missionand

Do You Hate HOT FLASHES? "We got out- of bed just as dawn little private planes before the war. get home. But 'remember Old

If you suffer from hot flashes, feel was breaking and, folding our sheets A country club these executives.had 99 was back on Clark, and I was a
weak nervous a bit blue at times- inside our brown blankets so no built, swell food (until we ate it all So it to be
planeless pilot.
k', aU due to the functional "inlddle- ought
age" period peculiar to women-try white would show stuffed them under up), a swimming pool, turf tennis Harry's story-he was navigator on
Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com the khaki cots-we didn't want courts-even a few white women, Jack Adams' plane." KILL 'EM BY USING

pound Taken to regularly-Pinkham's relieve such symptoms.Com- anything that would indicate on a which set all the boys staring-but '-1

pound heirs build up resistance Jap recco picture that we were now not an antiaircraft gun or a fighter "Well," said Harry Schrieber, the

against Pinkham's sucn annoying symptoms. sleeping in that field. The Japs were plane to protect us for hundreds of navigator, "it was like this. The six FGR 6yeanw
Compound
especially for. women-it helps la made nature reccoing ,the hell out of the place miles around. of us were to start at ten o'clock, 354 AT DRUGGISTS

cine to and buy that's I Follow the label kind directionsLYDlflE.PINKHAM'SSS ol: medi. with high-altitude cameras, two or "Pretty soon we improvised our, and Jim Connally rolled out first,
}' three times daily."I own ack-ack. A couple of ships and got a flat tire right on the run 't

spent the next day'in the tower cracked up, and we jerked their way-throwing one wing into the

and it was much like the first, except .50-caliber gunsout of them and ground and crumpling it. That left

it was plainer and plainer that installed them in sandbag pits. five, and it wasn't so good, because

t' we would have to abandon Clark. "And one of the first things that there is safety in numbers in For- ci; ,
"I'll never forget my last trip that lost tresses-the of them + :
For happened was we our more that go
ONLY 1 01 Now out. It was at night of course-it squadron commander, Major ,Gibbs. over a target together, the more fire

"'" Less than wasn't safe to leave a plane on He had taken off under cover of dark power you can bring to bear againstthe e
:? h" the ground by day at Clark any ness on a secret mission-and did Zeros, and the more Forts will

'' more. We were taking off at threein not come back. We never knew get back home. .

the morning in order to be throughthe what happened. Weeks later the' "But anyway we started. The pilots

I danger zone by dawn, and I'd native constabulary of Negros Islandwas were Shorty Wheless, Pease, Lee

: had almost no sleep at all. But to bring in the cushion of his Coats, Vandevanter, and of course

while they were warming the mo- plane-it had cracked up against a Jack ,Adams-I was his navigator."We .

tors they came running to me with mountain in the dark." are flying in formation to "

a dose the news that there was a pretty "But, sweetheart," said Margo, our agreed rendezvous, in case we

'Use only as directed.ft bad leak in my fuel line. So whatin "you're forgetting your first cable." got lost in heavy weather-a point

hell to do? I could wait while "No, I'm not," said Frank. "I got thirty-five miles due west of our tar ,

I they ripped'a fuel line from one of it off as soon as I could. get-and we are due to be there in I :, -

el I semiwrecked Forts standing "All it said," Margo explained, two hours and fifteen minutes after Get Gnto Action
around on the field, and installed it "was: our start.

in 'mil1 But by then it would be 'Beloved( Doing all right under (TO BE CONTINUED) For ,Full Victory!


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, 1 j' dresser scarf that has been givenup lose it figuratively if thrown in a

,\ Released by Western Newspaper Union. LIFTON WEBB took one look Lesson for June 25 as hopeless. drawer or used for cutting paper
and string, metal or bone. A

\\7 IN, lose or draw, Hammerin' at my head and snappedVhere's Beaded and sequinned motifs of grooved hanger or a wooden block
Lesson and texts selected -
\ that hat I ? subjects Scripture
Henry Armstrong always has gave you and copyrighted by International various sizes are., fine for coveringup with slots for each knife will pro-
been the fighter for our money. "I'm saving it for an occasion," permission.Council of Religious Education; used 'by a stain that will not come out tect its edge.

.'\ Pound for pound, Henry Just about I told him. "It's too beautiful to be of a dress. *

. tops the list of all-time great boxers. worn to an interview." THE POWER IN SIMPLE LIVING When children's dresses are to

; Look over the list of ring men and Webb arched his eyebrows, madea When light bulbs begin to be lengthened, always rip the
find one who has done ,what he has. gesture with a dripping hand to LESSON TEXT-Daniel 1:8-16, 19, 20. darken, them to hem wash before
In move a spot andjron adjust-
GOLDEN TEXT-But Daniel purposed
The dark slugger set a record for include the green his heart that he would not defile himself where they will not receive. con- ing the new hem. This helps get

- ;:. w > bowling over his opponents and in i marble bathtub, with the king's dainties, nor with the wine stant use and they will give serv rid of the old crease, and assuresa
; p. so doing managed to win three crystal bowls of which he drank.-Daniel 1:8.
ice for time. smooth
a long job on the new hem.
world's boxing championships, hold- soap and bath -

; ing them simultaneously. 4' salts, and sea "Dare to be a Daniel
' Dare to stand'alone
:.: More than once the experts said green marble Dare to have' a purpose firm. Tongue is Chameleon's
Henry was through. That has been walls and floor. Dare to make It known."

the cry for years. Henry again up- "If interviewing Remember how we used to singit Gun; It's Snake's Ears -

set the dope recently when he me in the in our Sunday Schools? Possiblysome .
knocked out Aaron Perry, a sensa- bath isn't an oc- of us still do. The thought of .

tional coiner, in Washington, D. C.; casion, I'd like to the song assuredly needs to be em- Tongues of certain animals and ,
know what is. I insects are far more efficient than
Yet Henry insists he always has ,, phasized anew.
those of The chameleon's
would
spend man.
been who avoids Clifton Webb my The "times out of Mil-
f- a pacifist argu- are joint.
.:t- first day before tongue, for example, works like apopgun
ments and heartily' dislikes fighting. lions of men and women are meetingnew
the sitting in lukewarm hitting with unerring aim
How is it, then, that a man who cameras problems and temptations., The
water. Sort of limits insects on the barks of trees and
me-
:,' detests fighting can work up so standards of life they learned in
them back its lff
whisking on sticky
much fury when he steps into the We were on the set of "Laura, home and church or Sunday schoolare
tip into the creature's mouth.
ring? Twentieth Century's screen play of not too easy to maintain:

Vera Caspary's best seller, where Many are hearing that old excuse Nature forgot to give the snake I

Simple Answer Webb plays the acid-etched role of for laxity. "Man, you're in the ears, but she gaye it a tongue Early Fingerprinting

The answer is simple-and quite tValdo Lydecker-a combination of army now," or "Don't forget you'renot equipped with auditory organs Fingerprints were known in \

obvious. Henry'needs the money. He Cholly Knickerbocker and Alex at home with Mother; you're in that enable it ,to amplify the 851 A. D. In that year an Arabian,

is fighting for board and room. Woollcott. The part fits him like his the navy." Civilians have similar slightest sound. The snake also Soleiman, recorded that Chinese I
skin. is raconteur employs its tongue as 'a "feeler" merchants their ;
During his ring' career the little own Lydecker a tempting excuses for careless living thumbprinted

,- Negro probably earned a million dramatic critic, and man about sev- drinking, etc. in the dark.Another lOUs. :

, dollars or so. He isn't absolutely eral towns. So is Webb. Our lesson is a timely ,one. It marvelous contraption I
lies in mouth. Con-
Suds and Such presents Daniel as havingI. butterfly's
Vr7. sisting of two spiral tubes, when
You never saw a bathroom like A Courageous Purpose (v. 8). uncoiled and at work it sucks up

this one in "Laura" before-not Daniel and his three Hebrew com- the juices of flowers like a vac- aglR TONIC 25kowYwll1

even in the early De Mille's. It hasa panions were among those carried uum cleaner.

chaise longue covered in leopard captive to Babylon. As promising

skin, and leopard skin chairs. I young men, they were selected to

dropped down on the chaise longue. receive an education in the wisdomof

"Nice little place you've got here, the land, at the king's expense FOOD.byMaryBell

Waldo" (sounds like a lap dog, and in preparation for his service. ,

doesn't it?), I told my Broadway The king provided for them the
delicacies of his household, thinking
."'-.' pal."That's thus to keep them strong and in 4ffIip4Ju ,
what Dana Andrews
:1 when he. comes to question says me good health. Daniel knew that to eat ,', :;j
such food and to drink the intoxicants I
about Laura's murder," said Webb. ';,
. 2.. for them would be to in-
r k. + provided
: "I love my reply-'It's lavish, butI 9f
jure his health and cut down his
call it home.: .
ability to learn.It .
He went on to explain the psychology I .
was no easy thing to ask to be
of his role, describing //Jfl9LL/
'''-=--/.M. '''''''''''''''' excused from what the king had : ,
Waldo as "an original, a sybarite, commanded, not to do what every- J
HENRY ARMSTRONG
a species of adder turned out by ,"
Daniel hada
else but
.', body was doing; -
broke now, but he isn't a rich man Sulka and Charvet. courageous purpose "in his heart."

'': \ by any standards. ,The disappearance All I could see of him was a naked II. A Considered Plan (vv. 9-13).

s, of his hard-earned wealth wet torso above some green bath .
He had something thoughtfully '
doesn't cause Henry, too much mental water.
worked fair which d
a proposal V
outs .
anguIsh :He remembers ,cheer- "'
"You're <
'- strictly from Mother I
would not endanger* the life or stand- '
=" fully how his likable'exmanager, Nature "
at the moment, I said. "In of the who
ing prince was over
the late Eddie Meade, managed to terviewers .
always write of your sar- them. He proposed a test, and .-71
'! mess up their finances following every torial elegance. They rave about the "
agreed, if it failed, 'to be subject to
big bout. set of your Homburg the shade of further orders. He knew it would NYLON HOSE, MADE OF COALAIR AND WATER ARE MORE' ELASTIC ."l'

Henry remembers that when the your gloves. They say you're one not fail. AND LONGER-LASTING THAN SILK. ..SCIENCET00, HAS MADE \::

time, came to split the purses, of the 10 best dressed men in the in
How often those who have it A MARGARINE OF SUCH MILD, SWEET CHURNED-FRESH FLAVOR
Meade always came up with a bril- world. But I can't write about'' your
their heart to stand true to God
liant idea for doubling their money. clothes today, and your skin isn't against evils such as beverage alcohol THAT MILLIONS NOW PREFER IT FOR. TABLE USE..

: The schemes always failed. the kind" I love to touch-it's too have no> plan in mind, and ..

/s Gene Kessler, a Chicago sports soapy! are only loud and tactless ,in their

+ writer, tells of some of Meade's getS Blithe Spirit to Bath Salts condemnation.' They make no con- cOOKING ('1'1!!

rich-quick ideas: tribution to' the cause. Let us be : scNdoil -
"As an old pal, 'you can say I'm \.'
"There the movie intelligent and properly 'prepared. ...
was 'Keep clad in right mind, can't ?" .l.
my you
Punching,' in which Henry was star he wheedled. "In summer weather Daniel's plan 'put a planned diet '
'' actor, co-director and financial and water over against rich foods
'in New York, according to this 'p
angel. .All Henry got for his bank- script, this so-and-so Waldo wrote I and wine. It was a case of simple <

roll in that venture was a few souve- his articles in the tub." Then Webb living against "high" living, and the l .
nirs and ''still-life of himself. _result was a foregone conclusion.We >eP. i
photos veered sharply away from Waldo to __......: I ...
A There was 'the flash-front chop suey need simple, wellbalancedmeals. '.
"How
say, many years have we
joint in Los Angeles which packed And science is definite and
known each other ?
t., in customers but, strangely, showedno anyway clear in its condemnation of alcoholic EVERY WEEK,NEW THOUSANDS .J 4
In fact it We started figuring, and the beverages.III. .
profit. kept Henry DISCOVER HOW DELICIOUS ;F
and Dick
names Mary Hay Barthel-
1 i broke> feeding the good citizens of A Convincing Proof (vv. 14-16). 'TABLE-GRADE" NU-MAID IS BECAUSE IT is ECONOMICAL,
mess came up. Perhaps you re-
Los Angeles from his fight purses
until a sheriff gracefully closed the member an inimitable dance Webb Ten days proved the point. Daniel AS A SPREAD. IT IS ALSO EVERYONE CAN USETABLE'
and his friends were fairer and fat- -
and Mary Hay did. But
once you
doors. BAKINGGRADE"NUMAID FREELY.
PREFERRED FOR
I won't see a single dance step in ter than the others. They were vin-
Financial Venture "Laura." The Webb dancing shoesare dicated'in their courageous stand for WHEN EXTRA FINE CAKE CHILDREN LOVE IT ON BREAD
.
v- But Meade's greatest financial packed away-have been for 10 what they believed to be right. Sim- OR PIESA'Re. WANTED. OR AFTER-SCHOOL SNACKS.

now. His hit in "As Thousands ple living demonstrated its value.
ventures had to do with the im- years
provement of the breed. He was Cheer" was for his impersonations.They Think what a fine testimony the
of Daniel must have beenin
known to have invested an entire couldn't find a dancing partner experience
.
fight purse on one discouraged nag nimble enough to keep up with him. that great group of young princes lj Ull$ f i fiHPl ifaVt1tOJatAAAD
who at the king's table.
After were
which ended up just where every- that' producers capitalized on
10f
one else expected him to. his brittle, humorous technique. We need to cultivate in our young

Armstrong retired in 1940 after They revived Wilde's "The Impor- people the high courage which will 1 0 ) \ IQ)
to stand the
enable them against
tance of Being Earnest. He was a
: ? absorbing quite a beating from
t
constant temptation to partake of
natural for "The Man Who Came to
Fritzie Zivic. He took
terrible
a
and
Dinner." alcoholic beverages to face with
1 J pounding, in that fight. His eyes intelligent courage the clever propa- THE MIAMI MARGARINE CO., CINCINNATIShe's

'- |were hammered into bloody, brutal Too Fast on His Feet ganda of the liquor sellers.

: I I messes. And when he retired he had All this happened because nobody Note that Daniel and his friendsdid

..' .'only a small bank balance to show could keep up with his flying feet. not lose by their decision-they Y

for his great earnings. That, too, is the secret ,of his un- gained. They reachedIV. -

/ [j The story goes that when Henry successful go at Hollywood nine A Commendable Position (vv. KILL KBI ;

retired, Meade took the last of his years ago. MetroGoldwynMayersigned 19, 20)).
earnings and bought a race horse. It Webb at $3COO a week to fr
At the end of the training periodthe ,.
'
.: wasn't the best race horse in the star in a film called "Elegance,"
world, but one day he won a $5,000 the story of Maurice, the famous king gave these young men ex- a disease-carrying

F: stake at Belmont. It was the first ballroom dancer, and Joan Craw- aminations. Note"that in technical % < r

r- big money Meade had ever collected ford was to play Walton, his part- knowledge, "I.Q. and in personal '

from the turf and the shock was too ner. But she couldn't keep upwithhim. characteristics, Daniel and his com DEMON .
rades were superior to all the rest.
severe. He collected his, money, returned ,
o.- to Broadway and died.It That is in accord with the findingsof .
At Twentieth Century-Fox, where modern science in the matter of I
:
wasn't love of fighting that '
his present contract calls for one the use of liquor.

brought Henry back to the ring. It picture a year for five years at a Is it not almost unbelievable then Quick I Get the FLIT. Save yourself from the !
necessity coupled with the lure
was ,
plush salary, he frequently runs intoa
that the advertising of the liquor in- bite that brings burning-chilling miseries of ,.
of war-fattened bankrolls. And this
of
couple other men who to
time he is going to take care of his dinner came terests, suggesting that liquor is a malaria. Yes! Flit kills Anopheles, the malaria
too-Monty Woolley and '
own finances. The total gate for his Laird Cregar. Webb has taken Con- desirable thing from a personal, so- E mosquito, as surely as it mows down common .,' .

'" h match with Perry grossed $60,000 nie Bennett's house. It's cial, and business viewpoint, is per- l household mosquitoes.: So why take a chance?
'{ in Washington. Other good sized elegant.We'd mitted? The facts are all on the oth- Help protect your family from this winged ''

,: gates have given him a comfortable gotten this far when the er side. scourge buy a big supply of Flit, today
camera had to reload, so ,I turned Strange too is the tolerant attitude"of "
chunk of cash.
my back, while Webb got out of the our nation and especially of manyin kills flies, ants, "r.'
M He could retire now with enough tub and into a bathrobe. "Laura"is the church toward that which is moths, bedbugs and -
to last him the rest of his life buthe's .,
a sure swing away from our grim known to be destructive and detri. tcuu all mosquitoes. ;.;:

playing it safe and adding past. Altogether it is an escape pic- mental. It is an appalling commentary Copr.IM,sUNIFORM -iMeipwtIin ..,..'.,";
something extra to a bankroll that N.:1 ,
ture-escape into the dear dead lux- on the extent to which our /

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PAGE FOUH THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY
JUNE 28.-. 1044


'heat turned on and not by the sun I class flinger. : I JfRS. CURTIS THOMPSON
The Clewiston News I FOR SALE
Shakes-
lor fishing wasn't too good and about I ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB ", -

the only one who managed to land.1 We would like to inaugurate this Wonder reel rod

Published every F"rldain Clewiston one was the novice In the party column with a plug for a much- I Mrs. Curtis Thompson entertain' peare ,

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS .Frances Edith Vorhees. She land-I needed swimming hole for the kids. ed the Friday Evening Bridge Club I and nylon line. Also "'r-

inc. ed an eigni-pounft red fish and one Obviously a swimming pool is out at her home last week. .

or two others: while the rest of the I of the question at the present time. High score prize, a set of glasses'f heavy salt water tackle.

Entered as second class mall matter gang went virtually biteless (ex- Most of the children swim by the was won by Mrs. A. W. Lawrence :'
1, 1927 at the Post Office In ; See Mr. King B. and B'
February
for their fingernails until Curt .
Clewiston Florida under the Act of cept ) I levee near the hurricane gate, and a box of bubble bath crystals went>
,
March 3, 1897.C.I Woodward finally managed to ac- use the top of the gate for a diving to Mrs. Irving McGehee who made ''Grocery. .

cidentally snag a pretty good fish board. This is both dangerous and the_ lucky cut and a pottery prize!

SETTLE, Publisher which made him feel better tho' it unsanitary. If one of the local or- : went to Mrs. C. L. McLendon as
didn't relieve the feelings of the ganizations would build a diving consolation.
--
other professionals in the party. board 'at a likely spot everybody
Subscription Rate-$2.50 Per Tear Home made ice cream and cookies SURF COTTAGES
would benefit.
Advertising Antes On Application. And speaking' of heat it certainly were served by the hostess to Mrs. RIGHT ON THE OCEAN

isn't too late to turn little in McLendon Mrs. Lawrence Mrs. Mc-
on a MARGIE ALLEN ENTERTAINS: VACATION
close to
spot home.
Gehee Mrs R.l'
the war bond drive. There now remain -I GROUP OF YOUNG PEOPLE Foy Durrence Mrs. Nine miles north of the Palm
Devoted to the advancement and welfare but two weeks of the period C. Nowling Mrs. V. C. Woodward' Beaches en U. S. Highway No. 1
of Clewiaton and Hendry County. I Mrs. Harry and Mrs. OUR Coast Guard lease has expired -
and the showing to date has been Saturday night a group of Clew- Grancere Knight R. C'I and are now open. '__ '
-- -- -- Jr.
--- quite pitiful.Sporting. DUE to
iston young people was entertained j conditions we will operate
I on the American Plan. Reservationswill
by Miss Margie Allen with an informal Mrs. Cecile Brooks left the latter be necessary with a minimumof
NATIONAL EDITORIAL party at her home. Dancing a 2-day reservation. Our capacity -
part of last
Around week for West. Palm !i 20 to 25 guests.

tSSOOATION and games provided an evening of Beach where she will reside in the ] YOU will enjoy the food, rest, re-

fun for the gathering. Refreshments future to be near her son, Billy, laxation swimming and surf fish-
By Bernard Myers I who is receiving treatments at the ing, along with the home atmos-
I
were also served. Those at- phere.
j
This is the beginning o'f what tending were: Richard Pape, Marty Crippled Children's Home there for ] RATES-Double, $4 daily, $25
we infantile paralysis. Her mother, ) weekly, per person. Single $5
---- hope to' make a regular weekly I. Waldron Jo Ann Walker, Carolyn dally, $32 weekly.
Mrs. Daisy Yoder is with her there FOR reservations write SURF
,
sports column. The column will be. Bryant, Bobby Topper, Buddy Poole, COTTAGES 623 30th St., West Palm rL
On The HouseBy taken up, as much as possible with I I! Horace Brown Melvin Torbert and for the present. i, Beach Florida or Phone 8940. W. A.
Bound Mgr. J. 30
local recreational activities and problems ... -
i Mamie Trice.
D. C._ S. I I

'I|!'MRS. WILSON HOSTESS TO FARM EQUIPMENTFor
We are glad to see that the
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(I BRIDGE immediate rental
U. S. S. C. has worked integrated or -----
Last week this col was 'crowdedout out an -. ,

of the News and at this date recreation program for its r! Mrs. R. C. Wilson was hostess to fall use.2) rubber-tired I Johnson's Fish Camp I
employees. To those of who!I
haven't had phone calls urging you ,the Wednesday Bridge Club at her (Near Hurricane Gate
we any work for the company we urge you:i home this week, tractors, four track-type I ) (
the this to: take in the activities that'there ;' Clewiston, Fla.
us to enlarge paper so part so
[ Mrs. M. M. Prewitt high scor-
important feature can be carried. In will be justification for the!(i was the tractors, four trucks and! Boats and I\Iotors-Guide Service
1 i er and Mrs. D. G. Alston made I
spite of this however here we are program. You have your choice ofj,Mucky[ cut. Both were given bath Rates Reasonable 4"
trailers discs
again. bowling, bingo and dancing: I!!towels.. sprays, I W. H. Johnson, Mgr.

;'I' Playing were Mrs. W. H. Lanier, etc.-Call 1 06-W Clew-
Maybe it's the heat, heaven Sunday afternoon the "old men"of j: ,
| Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs. G. B. Thomas -
knows we're having plenty of it, but the Community Church got out i' Mrs. Alston, Mrs. Carl Johnson iston after 6:00: P. M.-
we've been in a reminiscent mood for a little ball game with their
i'I P[ Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. W. C.
this week. But the probable causeis sons. And they didn't do so badly,I Owen and Mrs. Prewitt. W. R. Moore. I G. M. FORDCivil

that we celebrate this week the either, the game ending in a tie.; Ir
Engineer and Surveyor;
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ending of a quarter-century of call Jim Beardsley, cacthing and BilllOwen . . . . . . . .
mowed!. ,-1.. .N.N.N....MI, N.N.N I N.MJMI...N.N..*.N.NON N.N.N.N.M.N.N.N.N.N.N.N....N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N....N.M.N.N.N..J/ I Specializing In Everglades
ing the Everglades our home. Yeah, playing second really I

believe it or not, it was twenty-five 'em down, throwing out five would- We have installed Surveys
a new
years ago this week that the Haines be base stealers. Rev. Hancock I {Phone G6 Clewiston, Fla.

City special wheezed to a stop'in playing shortfield for the young-, ,VULCANIZING MACHINE .
Moore Haven somewhere about mid- sters; caught everything that came i (C

night and a mother and her almost- his way. I <*

thirteen year old offspring dismounted For vulcanizing tires and tubes-also
and began searching in the dark- Tuesday the Prison Guards beat I .

ness for some form of conveyence to the High School 9-8 in a hotly contested ,"- New stock of tires and tubes VIKING HOTEL
teams' '>'
transport us to a hotel. We remember ball game. These two : Small Selection of Parts 31st & Collins Ave.

: well that a bag of salted have built up ,a friendly rivalry I ,. I :MIAMI: BEACH

hadn't been at all friendly with the PWD usually winning. Incidentally -.
with peanuts our digestive system and we the Guards have'about!' :.:: '. Swindle's Garage I Efficiencies Cnrlton Brown& Hotel, Mgr.Rooms

the best diamondball in these I Vs block to beach
remember, too, that the screensweren't team I I and buses
parts. Frank Harben pitched | SUMMER RATES '
too'tight in the room as- aI I on Pacific Avenue .
good for CHS and shows Former operators Churchill Hotel
game
and that mosquitoeswere :
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Next morning we looked out ,',-. I .

rather fearfully at this new country ,.' I

into which we had moved lock,

stock and barrel but our first impression .

was good and while we've "'...' i.: C'J
.. .:1 ,_ '_:' "<> t + \.J J BEFORE THIS WAX is OVER there be ':'\'
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seen lots of folks come and go since ,\- ,'- .,, ..,.,_ rt l map --1;
that time and have done a little !.:' > : only two" kinds of people in America. .t/ ':

gadding on our own we still like it /. :
better than any other place we've ,. 1.thosewho can still get to work In automobile.* ;

'ever run across. :., <, .v 2. those who are forced to walk. sI .
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While reminiscing' we also think ::1 I % If you want to be in the fortunate group who will : ; x

back to one summer day in 1920 or '; ''.? //Y I still be riding to work in automobiles,join Gulf's 'J f.
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'21 when a group of boys hitchedup -: a : "Anti-Breakdown" Club today. How do you do .,

a mule team a'nd set' out for a .-:... it? Just come in for Gulf's Protective Maintenance .:..
day's outing at Sand' Point. The Il
road at that time turned off northof r; a Plan!

Nine Mile Canal and followed the 'C'i:: ,. A Al y Q This plan was conceived by experts in car care. :

ridge but a couple of us, being a lit- .:, Gulf developed it because car maintenance is a ':

{ tle more, adventurous than the rest most important civilian job. (Government ..' .

followed the muck road which was says civilian car maintenance is one of the services
built on the same location as the
\ I essential to winning the war, because 8 out of 10 ;.: '.
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present road to its juncture with : iN
' ," workers:\ utoninbiles: Aet ta ivor1c. ar
,Road 25. There the road ended and II u \' war 11 ; "
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{as we turned eastward toward_ whats x -

now Clewiston we followed a very \\ ,- ..'. .."-
dough .trail which had been hacked 1.. i.J 1
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]out through the elders 'and willows I ,.: _ _ _ _ _ .' t
fby surveyors, the first location' of ; 7. ,,;, '

the present highway. Eventually we I ___ -
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reached a great open field in which "

": were remnants of a spring tomato ; ., 'yr I <.. ,':\- ':r-t:;;:;:.. ;

crop crossed this and finally reached d'
the point where the road crossedthe ', :'}
\m's\ Gulfs' Protective Maintenance Plan
ridge and where the only visible : ., "
house stood thatched house in .. ;
a : 5: : .. : ,
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;: which resided the Watanabes. "I"
,.- A year or so after that we stood -= -,
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with a large group at Moore Haven ; ,.' .- Ie / &, "i t
it ,,
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and watched the golden spike driven v/1t
\ .. off I Q/
which began the building of the \* / / :\.':" "
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... opened up the Clewiston townsitefor \ I 1 ,
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development. We also attended ".,, ,;-: > '. 1.
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" the. big barbecue on the ridge '* 'K
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.wrich marked the opening of the ""'it/.1

Toad, playing hookey from school on >' "

Opening day: (Labor Day) for this big /t nofect s y -etaatJ -yam CLEANER, !$) I. rtWI'A" upfflSi

celebration. The name, Clewiston, Ii DANGER POINTSGULF'S / It q f It sf e''yS' -- W"

was derived before the building of .af t2) cleaning, ;

the...railroad because of the interest Maintenance Plan J in. motoroilaad chaage AIR-FILTER and sparkplug "
Protective givebottumfle'e
5fn this area of A. C.: Clewis of Tam- : t dudes Gulflex Registered Lubricatioassis & GIVEyotuc a g ooutstandulg and radiatorflushinghelplter makes gas bum more:

; pa but It was a long time before the which reaches up to 39 vital regxJarly.Gulfoffer Fine8tMotor age A clean air fi II increase powetdbodypointa \
around the lake SixdifIerentOulflexLu- fl economically; clean PUg ,
people and many erhea6.J-g.
of the old-timers here I I gSSSs I clean radiator prevents, ov
_,r got accus- 1 bricants reduce wear. a .
tomed to calling it anything except

,.:/ Sand Point. '

Clewiston has come>a long way .:..\ '
since that day it was just a big tomato ':: >.. -- 41 Get an appr.3 tt tes&a

:r patch and has now just begun : '-- '
.- attfoufr GULF STATION
.; to really grow. :.
'S r ..:'::; Gosof/n0 powers tho attack TO HELP YOUR Gulf Dealer do a thorough job on ';'

-'j Lots of folks are going on' fishing .. .'.:r.... *, tl Don't waste a drop I your car make an appointment. Phone or speak to '

trips' these week-ends and while we :. ... ; :.. him at the station Then you should encounter no

; doubt seriously that they're escaping .{ '. L... i.. delay when you get Gulfs Protective Maintenance
;r. '; the heat they get excited enough Plan.. .15 services in all!

N' not to think of it which is just as


good.However there was one party out ptill4lJ ro K6sea6d6wn$ 6dwm> /

last week-end that had plenty of v

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USED CAR CEILINGS The gasoline rationing regulationhas NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING of: ,
RATIONING 1. Electing a Supervisor;
to sell been clarified to allow issuanceof OF LANDOWNERS OF
Anyone planning buy or a 2. Receiving Annual Reportsand
CALENDAR 'car may get specific information as gasoline for "E" and "R" cou- CLEAVJSTON DRAINAGE DISTRICT thereto taking as the action landowners with respect may

.. \ _____ to price and procedure from his lo- pons for use in a registered vehicleif Notice Is hereby given that pur- determine: and ,
'cal War Price and Rationing Board, that vehicle is to serve as a power suant to call of the Board of Super- 3. Transacting such other business -
visors of Clewiston Drainage District, as may come before the meet-
PROCESSED FOODS Chauncey W. Butler, district direc- unit for such non-highway uses as the annual meeting the landowners ing.
t Blue AS through V8 (Book 4)) tor at Jacksonville, announced.All driving saws, pumps, mills and the of Clewlston Drainage District for the BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
' individuals like if the fuel is to be used by year 1944 will be held at the office of OF CLEWISTON DRAINAGE
sellers, private ,as or
., now valid 'at 10 points each, for use said District at Clewis ton, Hendry DISTRICT.
!well as dealers, will be affected by automobile repairmen for testing County, Florida, on Wednesday. July F. D. DUFF President.
with tokens. Good indefinitely.. the program, Mr. Butler said. motors. However, it is providedthat 5, 1944, at 5:00 o'clock the afternoon Dated June 13, 1944 '
(Eastern War Time) for the
Mr. Butler pointed out that passenger such gasoline may not be used purpose Publish June 16 and June 23, 1944.
MEATS AND FATS
cars are an_ integral part of to propel the vehicle. ,
Red A8 through W8 (Book 4) 'our' national transportation system, FAT SALVAGE

iiow Talid:: at 10 points, each", for use especially in rural areas' where a Housewives and other pers..e ,-

with tokens. Good indefinitely. regular trip to town in the familycar ,who collect waste kitchen fats willcon'tinue

is often the only way to get sup- to be paid bath in ration; CLEWISTON

SUGAR : plies for' farm production and family 'points and cash for all household
salvage fats turned in to food stores, .
. Sugar stamps No. :80, No. 31 and living.
; The prices on used cars. on which .Chauncey W. Butler, district direc-. |' GOLF
< :No. 32 (Book 4)) good for five pounds COURSE
indefinitely. there have been no ceilings, lately 'tor announced

have risen to a point where many The current rate of payment is

, CANNING SUGAR farmers who needed this transpor- two red points and four cents a

five tation could not afford it, he added. pound, he said.
; Sugar stamp No. 40 good for .
mounds canning sugar until Febru- OPA also is providing'' used car Officials said they had noted a .

:!ary 28, 1945. Apply to local boards dealers, with copies of the regula- decline recently In salvage collections -
for supplemental rations tion concerning price lists.' and urged housewives to save
SHOES "every possible once." Waste fats
POINT FREE
are needed "now as never before," Ideal Weather for Your
SHOES Limited quantities of "odd-lot" they said.
Airplane stamps No. 1 and No. 2 shoes may be sold to consumers .

",} '(Book 3) valid indefinitely. ration free at specified price reduc- ', Favorite Exercise
-- tions during the three week period $1 Cigarette Fee j I

;FUEL OIL ''from July 10 through July 29, .

Renewal.applications. for next sea- 'Chauncey W. Butler, district .director Due MondayIrving ........
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son's fuel oil rations will be (orTiave of the Office of Price Admin-

been) mailed out. As soon as istration, announced. Harris, state beverage,

'coupons are received fuel oil tanks Men's and women's shoes of all agent for Hendry, Glades, Collier)'I Good ,

should be filled., Period 4 and 5 sizes, and youths' and boys' sizes 1 Lee and Charlotte counties, and hiss -, Greens ., I

coupons for current season good until to 6 (shoes worn by boys beginningat associate, N. L' Hales, are making I II
... September 30. Period one cou- I about seven years ot age), are the rounds of business houses'' sell J ,I
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. ''pons for next year now valid. included, in the release. Children'sand ing cigarettes to collect the annual -:..:..:..:.:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ''. i :

. : misses' and little boys' shoes $1 renewal fee on retail permits.I X.-: I .
: GASOLINEA10 will not be affected, 'since those Harris and Hale made out applica-' 1:

coupons now valid east of shoes were temporarily ration free tions for renewals, collect the $11 Meet Your Own Friends: There i
Apalachicola River. Expire August during the first three weeks of May. fee and the peimitsill be mailed i

;8th. Mr. Butler said OPA took this action later from Tallahassee. I

A-ll coupons now valid in Ten- to help dispose of the normal Funds from the cigarette taxi

nessee, Mississippi, and Alabama. accumulation of broken sizes and have been used to make up a deficitin .

Expire June 21. I other odds and ends which are us- the old age pension appropriationand .

Rationing rules now ''require that ually sold at reduced prices, but a special session of the legisla-

every car owner write his license which, under rationing, need to be ture is expected to make an ac-

number and state on, all gasoline to cumulated surplus available lor increasing -
declared stam.p'free if stocks are YEARLY MEMBERSHIPDAILY
coupons in his posession, as soon as I salaries of teachers.
they are issued him by the ration be cleared. The state beverage department
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(0 board. I REGULATION CLARIFIED has been administering the cigarettetax GREEN FEES
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is hereby given that the following lands or so much thereof as will
:be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the same,
together with the cost of such sale and advertising, will be'' sold at public His patriotism is written in i
auction on the third day of July, A. D. 1944, beginning at twelve o'clock noon
.' at the City Hall of the City of Clewiston, Florida.

-; R. T. PATTERSON, Tax Collector .
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: : ; LOT ;.J::"':.r:; i '':, ,' ---T J. 'E. Beardsley _,____,_.___:___b 5.36 .. ,.
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Y"' 22' J. E. Beardsley --- -" 4.57 .
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.'.-::) ., ;"* 26 C. E. Miner _h_______..__:.-- 4.57
; '" First Bank of Clewlston __ 29.78
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:,\' *. '. 31 t,.. : .-: 161 J. E. Beardsley, Agent __.___ 4.96
'c ./.: .. R..,4. 167 J. E. Beardsley,. Agent _____ 4.96
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; Ruth R. Bcardsley __,____ 5.96
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'W 4 'I" "': 176 Ruth R. Beardsley 13.99
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r'. T" : 21 & 22. '.:':.".': ,.. 176 Ruth R. Beardsley
.: 24 '. ...,;; '.t 176 Mrs. E. A. Stone _________.- 7.94
:; kz': '. 29 & 30 ,':'" ;',;: 176 Unknown ____._______ 7.94
34 & 176 Ruth R. Beardsley --.------ 4.g6
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17 ) :; 202 Ernest 9. Armstrong ---.-----.- .1.96
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C.tJi. '4 8' ... ". .: .;': 201 J., WSutphen _____._.----.- 1.79
: ::1/, : :' 355 William A. Cahill ____ 1.79 g at
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': 'rm.\' 4 .,l' "'., 358 John W. Hepworth Est. ____._ 3.97
." 1 & 2 s": .; V'f" '. 359 O. E. Ganowa .____...-__....._ 7.94 /
;-.'. t,: 32 & 33 :. '; ;'z'. 360 Stokes Murphy ____._..______ 9.93
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(\'" 13 & 14' 377 R. A. Lillyey___.____._" 4.96
'.:; .,.l', .15' 377 Darnell Smith ....__________._..__ 21.84
.: ; :=:. 32 & 33 377 G. E. Etherton ___.._____.._ 37.72 a p y
? : 1 Ruth R. lleardsley 34.15 ., u
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He's doing his part .". We

must do our part '

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For him the terrifying grand climax of the war
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American lives. ,
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the heart-rending headlines or casualty lists to
know what is expected of them.
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They are in it. \

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They will see the grim venture through to the J
1 bitter, victorious end. / ,

And if, for your boy, or some boy you know,
the price of Victory is death, you can be abso-
v lutely certain that he did his part courageously
: : for the cause of Freedom. f

For us, too, the terrifying grand climax'of the r(
war is at hand. =
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This supreme, desperate call for American dol-
S\ I lars-1 6 billions of them is to enable our
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{ assault to a successful conclusion and Victory.Not .
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just American dollars-but the dollars-in "
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rI You must buy War Bonds-now! At .least I

I V twice as much as you bought last time. If you
are already buying Bonds on a pay-roll savings

c Sri,. ;s uT plan, buy EXTRA Bonds during this Drive.

Your Government is counting on you. Your
F V : t E I boy-and your neighbor's boy-millions: of --
I them are counting on you. Just as desper- 1I .,
4'w 7e l .I ately as you are counting on them in this fateful
hour.

.'S +2't J ic I II I Don't let' them down! Do your part-as they

: are doing theirs. Dig down, America-dig
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Mrs. Doyle Worth and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Walker and children I McGehee-Prewitt Nuptials Are Event
visited relatives in Wauchula over


l ,? II, PERSONAL -- SOCIETYA. the weekend.Mrs.. Horace. A. Bestor left Mon- I Of June Tenth In Memphis, Tenn

day night for Camp Richie near --
,' : I. The marriage of :Miss Margaret roses, larkspur
Md. and delphinium.
.", Hagerstown, to visit her son,
. ;. I Major Richard Bestor and Mrs. Mauryne Prewitt, daughter of Mr. I Immediately following the cere-
'., ,Bestor. and Mrs Matthew Fontaine Maury money a reception was held. The
Prewitt and Flight Officer James bride's table, in the dining room,

.;.' O. Ward left last Friday on a Miss Betty Stough left Sundayfor Mis. Agnes Prange returned:: Augustus McGehee, son of Mr.; and was covered with white damask and
- '''.'.' business trip to St. Louis, Mo. Frostproof where she will spend Sunday -to her home l' in Los An- Mrs. James Augustus McGehee, lace cloth on which was centered a -
.'. I Sr., both of Clewiston, was solemnized large tiered wedding cake banked
the summer with relatives geles-Cal., after a two-weeks' visit
: .... Miss Muriel Merriam spent the with her daughter, Mrs. M. M. Pre-I at' six-thirty o'clockSaturday I wish white hydrangeas: and tapers
witt. I evening, June 10, at the home of ,in silver candle holders. Mrs. Harry
week-end in Miami. Miss Evelyn Lee of Lake Harbor
:Mr. and Mrs. Harry: Bettis Hunter at.I I Bettis Hunter presided at the punchbowl
has taken a stenographic positionin
;t *. Mrs. Flora Miller js spending a the sugar office. Andrew Sweet and'daughter, 1966 Tutweilder, Memphis, Tenn. i j I and :Miss Martha Hunter at
The ceremony, performed by Rev. the bride's book.
% few days this week in Miami. Janet, and Miss Dorothy Hunley of -
i Ted Hightower of Methodist I Ij Among, the
< Mrs. H. J. Roath and Mrs W. A. St. Petersburg were here for the I Trinity wedding guests were
,. Fiasco Swafford spent the week- 'Montgomery spent Monday shopping Riddle Field graduation exercises j Church, Memphis, was simple but Mr. and Mrs .Charles J. Johnson,
,";; end with relatives in Wauchula. in West Palm Beach.D. .--' Saturday, when AIC| Charles Sweet impressive with members of thebride's formerly of Clewiston and he a brother -
,'f was one of the graduates.Mr. I I I family and a few friend at-, of Mrs. R. Y.: Patterson of this
tending. The 'vows were read in city.
Mrs. Lewis Wethington and Mis.\ G. Alston returned the first of -
Mary Small were visitors last Thursday the week from a business trip to and Mrs. E. J. Casper and (I! front of the fireplace which was:, ex-; Mrs. McGehee has lived for the
in West Palm Beach. :I Washington.Mr. children have returned .from Jensen !I quisitely decorated with English ivy, past nine years -in Clewiston ,and
where they have spent the past sev-:[, ferns, magnolia blossoms, whiter' was graduated from Clewiston High

,.., Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wilson of and Mrs. Bob Dacey "and Mis. eral weeks' while Mr. Casper was on [!i gladioli and cathedral tapers. School this spring. Her charm and
Pahokee visited friends here Tues- Mary Anderson of Miami spent Sun- special work for the ;U. S. Engin- 'J The bride was given in marriage': personality made ber one of the

4 day. day in O'Brien, Fla., visiting rela- eers. f by her father, entering on his arm I II most popular members of Clewis-
tives. after a short program, of pre-uu-j ton's younger set.
Mr. and Mrs N. R. Delon spent Mr. and Mrs. N.: V. S. Mumfordleft I ptial music. The matron of honors I Mr. McGehee is a native of South
several days last week visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. Frank Veltri returned last week for Providence, R. T. j was I Mrs. Fred de Groff Van Dusen II' Florida and 'has lived the greater
in Ocala. Friday from a couple of where they will visit relatives. Their' of Memphis and the best man was part of his life in Clewiston and
weeks' visit with relatives in Jack- son, Van, who is a Navy V-12 Flight Officer Jacob B. Beard ofj I,vicinity. He graduated from Clew-
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry: Greenberger sonville.Mr. ,trainee at M.I.T. will- join them in ]I Hagerstown, Md. j I II iston High School in the Class of
spent the week-end in West Palm Providence to spend his leave. 'I The bride was radiant in a mag-+ 1939 after which he graduated 'from ,

Beach. and Mis. J, E. Beardsley, -----.- fnolia i i petal slipper satin gown .with I II Embry-Riddle Aero College at, Miami .!\
Miss Jo Ann Long and Bruce Mrs. Walter Thomas and fitted bodice, deep sweetheart and served for some time as an ;
Misses Marguerite and Laura Mi- Beardsley spent Saturday in West ter,. Mary Anne, were here daugh-I I line and long sleeves ending in neck-I instructor at No. 5 British Flight i
... zelle spent the week-end at their Palm Beach. week-end from High Point, N. points over the hand and Training School here before enter- ,I
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.e home in Moore Haven. 'attend the graduation exercises cular skirt ending in a short train.) ing the Air Transport Command. He :

C. V. Parkinson returned Thursday Saturday at Riddle Field when She wore a finger tip veil of magnolia -I was graduated a ,short time ago aa ;
Mrs. Bob Dacey spent several days from a vacation visit to North their son and brother, AC| Brad petal illusion falling from a Flight Officer from Blytheville, I
this week in Miami visiting' her sister Carolina and a business trip to St. Thomas received his wings and coronet made of wide Duchesse lace Ark., and is now with the Fourth j
Mrs. Mary Anderson. Louis, Mo. commission in the AAF. belonging to her grandmother with Ferrying Group stationed at Memphis I

(' the same edging on front edges of where the :young couple is
Miss Laura Ann Owens left Sat- Mills George Waldron and Corbett veil. She carried a prayer book and residing.
Gene and Buber left Monday ('I
week's visit with friends white orchids which fell white I
urday for a for Barnesville, N. C., where Bembry left Tuesday for Brazil from
; in Orlando: will attend the where they will be employed by the stephanotis knotted into white satin.. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez returned '
they summer session t
at Camp Mt.' Mitchell.W. U. S. Engineers. They were ac- I The matron of honor wore a j Sunday from a month's vacation -
Mrs. O'Neal Walker and Mrs.ti companied by Ed Collyer from gown of aqua blue mousseline de I in Gretna, La. Their daughter -
Ralph Mackey spent Sunday; at West Palm Beach,. Mr. Collyer hav- sois made with fitted bodice trim- Shirley, returned with them to -
,ji)' Lake Worth Beach C. Owen and Stanley Jordan ing moved his family there a couple med in rows of tiny ruffles with spend the summer here. She hag!:
\ spent several days the first of the and been attending St. Mary's 'Dominion r
-- of weeks ago in preparation for three-quarter length sleeves
Co? Misses Renee Wethington and :week. in West Palm Beach on busi- the trip. Orders were changed at(I I bouffant skill. She carried a garden School in New Orleans and plansto

Betty Kay French spent the week- ness. the last minute for''W. R. Moore who I bouquet made up of yellow and enter Barry College in Miami in

'' end in Miami. expected to, make, the trip I salmon-colored_ sweet peas, Talismans the fall.
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Miss Annette Hoffman has re- II I
,> :turned from a two-weeks beach party
Mrs. A. D. Enfinger has returned ... .
.from a three-weeks' visit, with relatives at Treasure Island Beach near St. %:iiy.-Y.r.ri' .nt

in Alabama. Petersburg.Mr. ..""'- a .
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:: \ Sgt. and Mrs. Robert LaFlower',!. and Mis. R. M. Hare, Jr., and
.: :) :;::-. returned the first of the week from children, Ronald and 'Martha Chris-
:(:j., a vacation visit to New York. II tinereturned Sunday' from a two
':-.';,: wetks' vacation in, Fort Lauderdale.
:."\ Miss Joan Saxon of Miami :1 Is visitIng --'J _- -

r j, her sister. 3Mis. C. A. Thomas, I A fishing trip near Fort Myers
,' ,here thiseek.. Sunday was enjoyed by Mr. and

I.Mrs V. C. Woodward, Mr. and Mis 1:1L *
% Mrs. W. C. Nail and children and P. M. McIntyre, Mr.. and Mrs. Lee
.: Joan Saxon were visitors Thursday Parker: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cato and
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i Washington, D. C. New Candid Camera
things _
AGAIN Shots of the Quints:
ROOSEVELT-CHURCHILL Service Branches Make Im just too busy
Churchill's recent "powerhouse"speech Auxiliary -k.. (Following Their Tenth Birthday)

before Commons didn't click Heavy Draft on Teaching Personnel; In spite of the invasion of their ") dreaming.to .
with persons high up in the admin- realm by the five in Argentina, the 1 ::1
istration. Actually, it brought out Higher Wages Necessary. ; Dionnes are still the only identical e...,
the growing differences between him Quints in the world. And they ARE 1 ;

and the President, also his spats identical; outside their own imme- -} 17.1lnM1JjII.1f:
with Foreign Minister Anthony BAUKHAGE diate family there is practically no # \\\

Eden, also the importance of overhauling By one who can tell them apart. Rightto ..
U. S.-British political rela-* News Analyst and Commentator.WNU the day he died, Dr. Allan Roy r_ I'
tions. (Administration permanent Dafoe, the physician who brought
Service, Union Trust Building "GI bill of rights" which includesthe WNU Features.
those them
peace ideas are much nearer into the world, couldn't pick
announced by Eden the day after Washington, D. C. "billion dollar program" for them. He could recognize Marie,

Churchill, when he went out of his Recently, the fate of the Churchill education for returning veterans. but the other four all looked aliketo

way to emphasize the cooperationof government hung on school teach- Educational DemandsThe him. They have always dressedin CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
smaller countries with the Big ers' salaries. The opposition threat- and different colors to make identifi-
bill will
Four.) ened to defeat a governmentsponsored will be signed.pass The congress soldier, far cation easier, but they knew the doc-
Here are some of the differences measure because it didn't pro- tor didn't recognize them otherwise,
more vocal than he has ever been
which realistic advisers inside the vide for making women teachers' and they loved to switch dresses and
before
administration have been wantingto salaries equal to men's. The opposition and representing the great- fool him. PERSONAL
have straightened out with finally yielded for the sake of est group of voters with a single- Check
ness of the subject of Up On Yourself. Send lOc coin
on or
Churchill for some time: harmony but the issue is not dead. "GI purpose Even though they have been living stamps for Psychological Chart prepared by i
has World
rights" that ever famed .
congress teacher.
Washington Pubs.
1. American boys will never fightto Today a report outlining what are faced, is going to get what he wants. normally with their family for 38IiO.SZ San Rafael Los Angeles, 31, Calif.,
India in the future so it described as "revolutionary changesto
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protect And the demand for greater edu- the past two years, the Quints still
is foolish to let Churchill think that raise the social status of teachersin act as unit as against BIETA PHYSICIAN-Psycho Analyst-Let
a
cational will not be everyone the man that's
Britain and the U.S.A. through alliances Great Britain and make their opportunities helped thousands help you!
limited to the veteran. else. They are normal, in that they Help and advice on any three personal
with Russia, can help guar- profession attractive" is before Par- questions $200. Give correct Eirthdate.
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quarrel but these quarrels are
Careful estimates indicate that, very satisfaction Is my guarantee. "Nothing is
antee the Empire. The only pro- liament. seldom among themselves. more simple than greatness, indeed to be
to education
carry out the postwar simple Is to be "
admits great "Emerson.
tection to India must be a healthy Any informed Englishman
for veterans nonveteransand DR. VAN C. MORRIS Mp.D.
India willing to protect herself. that the American public school sys- program 3667 Halldale Ave., Los Angeles 7, CaSt
has"-the
Marie fan mail.
their children the biggest
When FDR talked to Churchill about tem offers far more to the general present per-
sonnel will have to be increased 50 She is also the charmer when visitors -
India two years ago, the P. M. was public than the British system. At HOBBIESA
per cent. This, of course, includes come. It's unconscious with
almost insulting. the time school
same our own
besides administrators librarians her and this Cecile who
2. The United States will insist on system faces one of the greatest teachers, annoys S100-A-MONTII IIOBBY AT UOME1 :;
and former clerks, nurses, janitorsand thinks herself the personality kid. No soliciting. No meeting people. Easy
giving Hongkong other: crises in its history and, likewise, enjoyable pastime. Details
bus drivers million She tries too hard. 25c. Quarter
Chinese possessions back to China. some of the greatest changes. One nearly a returned if not satisfied with hobby.
When this was proposed by the Pres- simple reason for the crisis can be and a half persons. These figures LAURA DICKSON. ANDERSON S. C
ident at Cairo, Churchill flatly re stated in a sentence: American give you an indication of the num- Emilie is the comedienne and a -
fused. schools have lost 200,000 competent, ber of persons who will be drawn great mimic. The others look to her NURSERY STOCK
into the profession and its allied activities to give impersonations of visitors as
3. An alliance of big powers as well-prepared teachers since Pearl
proposed by Churchill cannot keep Harbor. if the plans go through.The soon as they've left, and it's uncanny Dependable ornamentals Fruit and Nut Trees-Small 1clc.fruits Oombin..d -

permanent peace in the world any Selective service and voluntary second reason why we can to see how she picks up ges- Ian a Valley Catalog-Nurseries ndFlaniingGnlde, Inc.,3lcMlnnvllleTean.SAGE ice Cumbl"r-.
more than the congress of Vienna, enlistment have made a heavy draft expect a stimulation in the whole tures and peculiarities for her per-

which divided up Napoleon's em- on the men, and you have no idea field of education is because thereis formance. Cecile is very observantof

pire in 1815 among Russia, Austria, how many WACs and WAVES, Ma- a very strong feeling that the opportunities visitors' clothes and criticizes _- _

England and Germany. rines and SPARS stepped out of the for learning must be them with all the confidence in the Sage for seasoning-Fresh ground. $1.5C
4. President Roosevelt, so far as schoolroom into their natty uni greatly broadened. As a result of world. She. is the one of the five per pound delivered. Sage plants 10 for $1
he has thought things out, favors a forms.Of the social changes preceding and that tends to be a bit "catty." delivered. J. D. Fuller, Mountville, Ga. y.

, peace machinery based on coopera- course, high wages in industry during the war, the strong voice of t'C
? tion with small powers as well as I lured many a teacher from the three the common man has been raised' Yvonne has most influence with ANTIQUESCash

big. He doesn't go for Churchill's Rs, too. And why not? The aver- demanding that cultural as well as the others, and if there is a differ- for'-
;. Metternich idea of balancing the age ,teacher's salary is only about economic benefits be more widely ence of opinion, they do as she says. Si.00 each.fancy Look old around Buttons.see Many what worth you

: .. world among heavily armed big $1,550 a year. distributed. The thoughtful educa- Annette is the competitive one, gets have.Altadena Write, California.HUBER, 8Gll\1t.'View Road
; powers. This year 44,000 teachers were tors realize that a wider backgroundof upset if the others beat her. She is

:j, 5. The old British Empire for paid less than $260 a year. That knowledge must be furnished to not a good loser.' Marie, who has

( which Churchill fought 50 years ago wouldn't buy slacks and "old fash- everyone, that technical and profes- always been the slowest and weak- Invest in Liberty -&

,.'.:,'. in the Indian northwest border wars, ioneds" for a new-fashioned lady sional courses must be grounded on est, makes up for these deficienciesby
'{ and in the Sudan and the Boer wars, warworker.Two a firmer base of general knowledge. being the daredevil of the bunch. -ABuy War Bonds

," will never come back despite his hundred fifty-four thousand Already there is a feeling of reaction -
youthful memories. And the United teachers received under- hundred against ,the emphasis which Many think the "Sixth Quint" is F

r States can never assume the drag dollars a month. My figures are the war has;placed. on purely mate- best looking of the group-she is t
anchor of helping to protect that from the Journal of the National rial subjects, on a purely technical Pauline-eleven months older than I 1 i
:' kind of an empire in the future. Education association. or scientific education. This they, but just about the same size. NO dE I

Finally, every time the British "Already many classrooms have 'is bound to call for a greater shareof She is in sharp contrast to their SAFER WORLD LARGEST SELLER AT
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,:'-' have been pulled into a war in been closed," says this periodical, what might be called spiritual dark beauty, for she is a blonde

;i I the last half century, we have "and thousands of others are so culture. And at the other end of the with fair hair, fair skin and dark

f:. helped pull them out. Therefore overcrowded that effective teach- spectrum, also demand for train- eyes. Of all the family she is clos-
p i.:' we should have a large vote ing is impossible." If these trends ing in health and physical develop- est to them and because she is suchan uHTgR

;;, in the set-up which may make continue much longer, the magazine ment. unusually lovely child, some- N

,or prevent wars in the future. predicts, education will be cut off Educators themselves have their times takes the spotlight away from

Some of these general ideas at its source right, at a time whenit troubles from within as well as from them. They have all but adoptedher Dr. FRED Palm.r'* Skin (-
were hinted to Churchill duringthe has a tremendous job ahead reeducating without. Of late, there has been into the lodge.Of dark Whitener stint Easy lightens way)tanned tic at "' ,

Cairo-Teheran conferences a generation which has pressure by certain groups, like the drugstore. Satisfaction*.Use days or Money ssdirected. w .4

with no very favorable reaction.It been subjected to highly abnormal I National Association of Manufac- their brothers and sisters, only 8cfKutflje.Galenol.Dept Back.FREESAMPLE.Send V. y? :'
may be that in the near future surroundings and educating another turers, anxiouS. to see that nothingis the three oldest show any. signs of Box 2&4. Atlanta. Geortfa y k

they will be taken_up again. which will have to help recreate a taught that might endanger what regarding the Quints as "different." DR.SKIN FRED WHITENER PALMER'S '

normal a somewhat altered, they define as the "free enterprise" This is because they, Ernest, Rose

FULL PAY FOR RETIRED world. system, although not all businessmen and Therese, were old enough to be
OFFICERS agree on what free enterpriseis affected by the early quarrels among
Higher-ranking army and navy of- Higher Salaries NeededIn or that they like it too free. the pressure groups that surroundedthe WIuJSu/? '

ficers have recently discovered a this country, as in England, There have also been many con Quints until the last couple of
FOI MllOt ACHES AID FANS Of
neat way of retiring on full pay instead the first step in the solution of the flicts within and among institutionsof years. Mr. and Mrs. Dionne do their '.

of ordinary retirement pay, problem is higher salaries, the nextis higher learning, like the one in level best to keep the five from be- RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

r ,which is only two-thirds as much. better working conditions, the my own alma mater, the Universityof ing treated as different.At .

,They go to the hospital a month or third is an active campaign to at- Chicago, where President fe o

so before they are slated to retire tract young people to the profes- Hutchins and his followers want to the age of ten, not one of them

for age, and then are sometimesable sion. get back to "first principles" withan has a cavity in a tooth. Dentistssay

to retire with disability, which But before these steps are accom- emphasis on the philosophers; this is due to scientific diet plus ..
gives them full pay the rest of their plished, an interim effort is necessary and others lean toward a more utilitarian the fact they have always brushed

lives. and it has already begunan training. The so-called "ex their teeth. A couple of them may

This system is based upon the organized effort urging capable perimental" colleges like Antioch, need orthodontic treatmentCecile Large Bottleli not iiua)lS2-Small Size 60c
fact that congress recently changedthe high school seniors to prepare for stressing individual development in particular. She is very con-' *CAOTIOR. BSE OUT AS DIRECTED*
army-navy retirement set-up in the teaching profession. and social responsibility, do not scious that her front teeth protrude IT Ml GOOD CROC STORES it 8! Hill as icccipt ol price
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McHEIl DRBS CO, lie. JACIJOIIIUE C, FLORIDA
!larder to aid wounded men. It was Many state groups have be- agree with Hutchins nor even I a bit, and it bothers her no end.
,- provided that a veteran might re- gun campaigns of various kinds, among themselves. But it would .

tire on full pay if disabled. and the National "Education associ- seem that the trend of the times The Quints' great ambition is to

::1; However, it was the intent of eon- ation, itself, has appropriated $8,500for agrees with the recent edict of a well- see*New York. They have already
gress to aid young lieutenants and this purpose. Hundreds of thou- known educator who said that con- traveled to Toronto and to Superior, i MESSSOOTHING
lower-ranking officers who usually sands of pamphlets and leaflets cern with the development of the Wis. New York is their next goal. I MEDICATED POWDER .

suffer the highest casualties in wartime have been prepared and distributed. individual and concern with society Travel bothers them not at all; they Sprinkle heat rash irritated skin
1 due to the fact that they have Realizing that those attractive post- must be the twin goals of education.In are great troupers. But Mr. and with Mexsana. Cools burn.
J to be in the front lines. ers of girls in uniforms had a lot any case, it is clear that never Mrs. Dionne hate it. They get upset Soothes.Save most In big sizes.

Apparently, congress did not real- to do with recruiting women for the before in our history have the by excitement and the crowds and

ize that, when a colonel or a general armed services, one of the artists school teacher and the professorbeen meeting strangers, and come back

reaches the retirement age of 64, who helped lure private, sergeantor offered such a challenge. exhausted, so they refuse to take
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it is not uncommon for him to have lieutenant Smith out of the school Never before has the proverb the Quints away from home unlessit WNU-7 24-4*,

arthritis, gall stones or some other house, has been hired to try to lure which says "wisdom is the principle is for some patriotic reason like a

: disability which can be discoveredat her back when the war is over, or thing, therefore, get wisdom" been Victory Bond rally.,
any army hospital a few months attract her young civilian sister.I more widely heeded; never has the
before he retires. This gives him haven't seen one. of these posters rest of the abjuration of King Solo- Doctors for a time were a bit wor-
full pay for life. yet, but I hope they do the job, for mon been more important: "and ried because the five were persist-

; Another interesting angle to retirement the task ahead for the teacher and with all thy getting, get under- ently overweight. Then they decid- Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof
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r- pay is that an officer get- the opportunities that the profes- standing." ed this was beftmse their bony Harmful Body Waste
ting retired pay cannot take another sion will offer are both bound to structure is heavier than normal. Your kidneys are constantly filtering
job from the government and get expand tremendously due to the FORTY ACRES AND A JEEPIt This, the medics think, is the resultof waste Iddneya matter sometimes from the lag blood in their stream.workdonot Bat

t paid for it, but he can take a job situation which will follow the war. never rains but it pours. the heavy doses of cod-liver oil act u Nature intended-fail to remove
with a company under This will spring from two causes. With the sheep in the meadow, they were given to combat the rickets impurities that it retained may
a cost-plus Poison the system and upset the wholebody
government contract. In this case The first is a. part of a universal the cows in the corn, and even the they had at birth-they have tak-: machinery. ,;;1

the government pays him two sal-, demand which is already being scarecrow alone and forlorn for en cod-liver oil every day of their persistent Symptoms headache may be attacks nagging of backache dizziness, ,"'J

aries, except that under the cost- heard abroad as well as at home, want of manpower to help out, the ten years. getting np nights swelling, puffinea ;.:>
when formal informal of under the eyes-a feeling of nervous
plus contract a third party hands any group or department agriculture now anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
over the money. gets together to talk over postwar sends out the' warning that after the Besides giving the Quints religious Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder
rk I conditions. Plenty of ridicule is war there won't be enough farmsin teaching, Bishop Leo Nelligan, their too frequent are sometimes urination.burning scanty or
MAILBAG hurled by the so-called hard-headed the country to hold all the people Chaplain, is head Roman Catholic There should be no doubt that prompt

:: Ex-Gov. O. Max Gardner of North citizens at the postwar planners who will be crying for 40 acres anda Chaplain of the Canadian armed Doan'i treatment Pil,.is. Dean's wiser than have been neglect.winning Dse .y
? : Carolina-Mrs. Gardner whose name is legion. But congresshas jeep. forces. His outstanding work has new friends for more than forty years..
denies my already learned that there is Officials say that five million war- brought promotions until today he They have a nation-wide reputation.Are the.
story that, when it comes to ham recommended by grateful people
and one brass-tacks phase of war-plan- workers alone, a lot of ,whom don't holds a unique rank in Canadaheis country over. Ak your ",ighjorrG / /
hominy grits, you and Senator
George always do the ning that can't be labelled as know a spade from a club, may try an Admiral of the Navy, a General -
cooking. She
amiable day-dreaming and ignored. their from the soil in the and Marshaloof
.' ought to know. I to get living when Army, a DOAN SPILLSt
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best stories of public speaking to year
those who forget to heed this pru- 1. Who was the second Presi- 7. Does sound travel faster
dent counsel. dent to go from congress to the through air or water?
White'House?
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vivI'X'r* j-'' j** '- ''-' ber occurred just the other day.A 2. What instrument in an orchestra The Answers '

prominent clergyman was ad- is familiarly called "the

dressing some hundreds of mid- clown"? 1. Warren G. Harding. .

. ,>.' dle-aged spinsters at a meeting of 3. Does February ever have five 2. The bassoon.'
., ) the National Spinsters' Pensions Sundays? 3. It will have five Sundays in
association. Exhorting them to 4. What bird can fly backwards? 1948 and again in 1976. -

f fight for economic independence, 5. An apostate usually refers to 4.' The humming bird.
i he declaimed "You must fight and what? 5. A renegade.

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and cherries. Whole Wheat Bread the hostess. Each tray may be at- "
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They're good fresh, so use them Rhubarb Dessert tractively set with luncheon mat, ,
.::.. n every way you can But plan to Beverage silver and gay informal dishes. Rice Krispies equal the :
put up some of Recipe given. whole ripe grain in nearly all the

/ v1' the best produce NOTE-Mrs. Spears has prepared an protective food elements declared
' :. el in jars. Jams and Wash berries and put into pre- actual-size pattern to guide you,In cuttingall essential to human nutrition. .
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in mighty handy sugar. Add lemon juice and heat illustrated directions for assembling. I II I
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.' ; vegetables: '"Tw'cfhours from garden 7 cups'sugar' v-" (: .F1/As I I1(5f

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'a well worth the ,effort. Early spring vegetables are com- 1'1Athv ; r /
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muffins. It spells extra lightness. pint jar. Fill with water in which: "I'
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"' When stepped from the I script saying that he knew Morris I perhaps the most vital of these
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I he was grabbed by his buddies okay. While they have heard nothing service. and impartiality, through ,the livesof
I that God hon-
"Always it is true
I held upside down and buckets of I directly from Morris in some the old San Francisco clan of
ors those zealous to live
who
; With water were poured over him. It I ninety days this cpmforting message in holy are from evil." Rutherfords, shipping dynasty of the
most welcome.Mr. separation West Coast.Surgical.
must have been a glorious ducking. was
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Dick Hooks writes Mrs. Hooks and Mrs. Boyd T. Vorhees I CLEWISTON COMMUNITY: DressingsContinued
Our CHURCH -
jH Boys from the South Pacific that his!{: and Mrs._ Stephen Lee of Miami returned David C. Hancock, Minister
battalion of Sea-Bees recently put I I[ last week from their vacation I
The which they spent at. Daytona,-Beach. ( from age 1)
on a novel beauty contest. I I SUNDAY JUNE 21 1944
/ in the I They joined in Eustis by Mrs. pedited. ,
of were
turned in pictures
married men I
their wives to compete for the title, I I Vorhee's brother, H. S. Gove, Jr., 1 I Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. The letter further asks that no
E. Gericke superintendent. Classes
materials be wasted through
non-
and Mrs. Gove for the vacation
15th Battalion" and the i I
1 I IH "Mrs. : i for all ages. use. Should a Chapter find that its
single men parted, temporarily, with period. f j I
ServiceA I r Morning Worship 11:00 'a. m. A I quota Is too large it is 'asked to
of their girl friends in the
I pictures for small children is con-
nursery transfer the
material to some chap
competition for the title "Miss 15th I'-Dance Saturday Night 1 I ducted by the Mothers' Club at the ter which can make use of it.
I Battalion.." Both the winners were
Florida, the Mrs. from West 1'At Recreation CenterThe Community Center. I The local chapter officials feel
from
+."' """. ".". '. '..", >>< Palm ,Beach and the Miss from I: j I "The Greatness of God" is the I that the Clewiston quota Is not too
I Jacksonville. r theme of the minister's sermon. I i large if everyone will cooperate
few days after receiving news recreational committee appointed You are cordially: invited to worship -I I and do their part. Although there r
tf the serious Injury of their son, Mrs. last week to make full use with us. has been a decided increase in the
Roy Waldron in Italy, his parents, Mrs. Richard Hooks received and word of the recreational center maintained -I The Young People's meeting will I'number of volunteer workers more

who reside at Bear Beach, below Munselle that their Stone nephew have and brother, J. by the United States Sugar Corporation -I be held at 6 p. m. on Sunday even- and more are needed and this is a

Clewiston received a letter from of Gainesville has been for its employees announcesthe Ing with Keith Kiracofe as the very definite way that every womancan
Roy, written in his own handwriting, W. Bozeman second in a series of dances to leader. be sure that she is helping those
Baying that he was getting along injured in action. He was serving I I be held at the Recreation Center boys on the battlefields.IS .
Atlantic. '
in
the
fine, was trending rapidly: and expected on a mine sweeper not tomorrow (Saturday) night. ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPALCHURCH \
his has
of injuries 'I
extent
to ba his old self very shortly. The !II The first of these dances was YOUR SUBSCRIPTION P PAID
he been ,learned. held last night and while
.: His was a chest wound but S I Saturday
Is getting the best of hospital attention I the crowd was a little small the" Services every Sunday at 8:30a.

and says the Red Cross is Friends will also be pleased to I Jamaican orchestra which played Is 'm., at Clewiston Community I FOR SALE: Overstuffed ....
furnishing him plenty of good booksto learn that Sgt. Munselle Stone has I said to have furnished the finest Church.

read. arrived safely overseas and" Is also I kind of dance music and a much I I Holy Communion and Sermon. living room: sofa. Call
"somewhere in England. Sgt.
larger crowd .is anticipated tomorrow
: ,* 1 i Rev. S. D. Mason Rector.
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The many friends here .of jack Stone is serving with an engineer night. I after five o'clock at 40.
I-I I
'Kinsey, Jr., will be pleased to learn battalion. f Both of these dances have been Book Reviews

'that he his arrived safely "some- open only to sugar company em- _
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"\'here in England." Leroy Hare has recently been ployees with each employee privi-I ,--- ;0
Jack was inducted into the Army I promoted to Technical Sergeant and leged to bring one guest but the New books' in Clewiston Public Li T. WEEKLEY'S

,:. on' July 5 of last year at Camp is flying aboard a bomber on frequent committee is planning on another I brary-reviewed by Mrs. W. Dean I

:.." '. landing and from there was sent missions over Germany. He dance for July 4 which will be open King, cnairman:

'.to Fort McClellan, Ala., for seventeen says that Germany looks like any to the public. Full details will be Librarylours FURNITURE STORE ;
" weeks basic training. In No- other country: from the air but is announced next week. l\JondaY-3 to C P.- M. t:

; ember he was transfer to Fort somewhat different when you go intoa Wednesday and Friday.. --7 to I J
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: ". 'George G. Meade,, Md., where he bombing run and fly a straight FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH P. M... Dealer in NEW and USED I

'r, : was attached to headquarters ,and course through all of the "flak" the II. O. :Meador; Pastor I FLINT FURNITURE
the Jerries send up. The bombing Charles G. Norris
1': then was sent from there to By
a point of embarkation. Good luck, crews wear flak suits which act as Sunday School-9:45 a. m. I Through these exciting pages!' rollthe ] Buy, Sell or Trade
;;, Jack. a partial armor. The part of the echoes of America's great con
; missions that he feels tires them out Morning Worship-11:00' a. m. flict within-the monumental strug 'Spring Construction Velour
.- the worst is flying for a consider- -Training Union-6:45 p. m. gle between the forces loosely iden Rooms
: The Clewiston Scouts will get Upholstery Living
Evening Worship-8:00 m.
able length of time at high p. tified as capital and labor which llaI
much inspiration from a letter received I Suite
Prayer 'Ved.r-8
f': Service, m.
p.
former altitude on oxygen.; Sgt. Hare says colored all the country's life for the
; this week from their ,
A cordial invitation is extendedto
t..' Charlie Benson, who is he's had no time off lately but is I past decade. Through them, too, New Cotton-Felt Mattresses
i \ 'Scoutmaster, all to with
worship regularly us
,hoping his first leave for a visit to inns a provocative vein of prophecy;'
;:' Yeoman with the U. S. Navy
; a at all services.
In London will come very shortly. I of what the brave new century of f Good Used Lawn MowersAnd ji'
> somewhere in the South Pacific.
Young People Attention! All
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the common man may have in store 5-
check
; his letter Charlie enclosed a young people, age 17-25 are cor- RefrigeratorsNext
; '.- for twenty-five dollars to assist in Lt. R. Y. Patterson, Jr., returned dially Invited to attend the newly I for this nation-and for the world.

r defraying expenses of the Clewis- to Camp Gruber, Okla, Wednes- organized Sunday School class at Charles G. Norris is at his powerful To Carson's Store

, 'ton Scouts who attend this year's day after spending a few days' leave 9:45 each Sunday morning. If best with strong and con- I LaBelle FloridaToifas
you
other here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. troversial themes. Flint presents ,
: 'Council'camp or to defray
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; Scouting here and that he expects I Sgt. William W. Hooks, who has I meet Tuesday afternoon at 3:80. All,I ; ; I

. to see a much bigger and better, been stationed for the past two i|i members are urged to be present. I FUNNIGRAM Biterjr.f: I
y. troop when he returns. I I j years in Hawaii, is home on a Teachers and officers of the Sun

: Charlie writes that he is now!twenty-one day furlough most of I day School will meet at 7:15: p. in. I '

'quartered on a beach which isn't1 I which he expects to spend at his for their departmental meetings. It :

r all that it's cracked up to be. While I j wife's home In LaBelle. He visited Is Important that each teacher be I ti v r If there is- a "shadow"

_ quarters are similar to those they 1 briefly with friends here one day I present. I Yt' I' < A:; ;: .;: of doubt in your mind about I

" knew In training back home out' this week, however, and says he'll New Feature at Prayer Meeting. I v?, '" v" our ability to perfectly .service -

'there he has to 'move his bunk (" be back very shortly.. \ Beginning this week we will give xr -your car, ask your
'very time it rains. He asks to1 special recognition to five of the I / :"- closest friend. The chances

'hear from the gang and his address'' Mr. and Mrs., G. M. Ford received boys who are in service. These five ': v are we service "his car.

may be obtained from Bruce Beards- some very encouraging news this will be specially remembered 1

ley or at the News office.. 'IS i week concerning their son, Lt." prayer and we would like to have I y11 ?. Aly P.L 41 HENDRYCOUNTY
t Morris Ford, who is a prisoner of someone bring a personal word, excerpt J

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley are war in Germany, some eighty miles from a recent letter about ; r'i

looking forward a visit from their south. of Berlin. The news came them.. Let some relative, or friendbe

ion, Lt. V. :R. Beardsley,. from Fort from a Lt. Irish in California, an j present to give this word. The MOTORS

"Bragg, N. C., this week-end. Couhl)'expatriated prisoner because of boys who will. be remembered this I

1)6:) that Bob is anticipating a long severe wounds.: He sent mimeographed -I next Wednesday are as -follows: CLEWISTON, FLORIDA

ocean voyage in the near future. letters to the parents of Robert Kelly, J. D. Hooker, G. fa. I 1 Ff r 4
C I many of the boys in the camp tell- Waters, Jr.. Earl E. Hingson, Edwin I I

AIC| Dan Beardsley, who is taking lag them that they had no reason II Roath. Let us make this a ,
his primary flight training at to: worry about their sons; that conditions great hour. This will be followedby

Helena, Ark., wrote his parents this were just as good as generally -! other like services. "He hired me to shadow that guy whom he hired to

I week that he had soloed and the reported and they were being i I Choir practice, Thursday at 8:30p. shadow his wife.

thrill he had experienced was apparent treated very well. On the letter to' m. All young people and adults I ,
: between the lines of the let-I Mr. and Mrs. Ford he penned a post- 'who enjoy singing join this group I -
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