The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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System ID: UF00028415:00997
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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,4 ,'. Caldwell Is Choice For ... New Governor I Sheriff Bill Maddox and

I I.t..',,' ,. Governor Of Florida Supt. C. E. Weaver Are

Y9F'i'yVr).YS4 frrn
\ : -.- O----- Y r; Re-elected On ,

Lr i,: Dwight Rogers Is New,Bond Quota For .4' TuesdaySenior

,.. .f : Congressman From Fifth Drive Is o -

Sixth District Class Spends Two Commissioners Are
: : Over Half MillionC. 1 Fv e

I Re-Elected Hall Loses
': M Y. .- Week-End In Miami ;; I

.. Millard Caldwell, Tallahassee at- V. Parkinson, Clewiston chair- ; To StallingsThe

. ) .; .,". torney and former Congressman, won man for the Fifth War Loan Drive,
j i.. ',; an overwhelming victory in Tues states that the Hendry County quota vMILLARD The Senior Class last'weekend of

J /\;-. day's run-off primary for Governor has been increased from the $477- High from Saturday School spent afternoon until Sun- Clewiston voters: gave Sheriff

...{h' of Florida over R. A. Green of ))200 for the Fourth Bond Drive to Bill Maddox a vote of 439 to 175 for
day night, in Miami.
' -:).-:. 1.. 'starke, Florida's. Congressman-at- $563,000 for the new one which Mrs. C. J. Bjornson and Bernard his opponent, H. H. McCall, in Tuesday's -

,r ..:...:,.. Large for the past two years. The opens June 12, an increase of $86-
. Myers were the chaperones'and run-off primary to give him
' t:. latest report, with "only a few pre- 000. .-,.. .
42 cincts out Caldwell more thana transportation was provided by most of the margin of 380 votes, by
Official date for the opening of the F: CALDWELL Lacey Polk and Tommy Radford.
',.., 43,000 vote lead. which he won his race for re-elec-
. new drive has been set for June 12 The girls stayed at the El Com-
. :) Cald-
'.; The Clewiston precinct %
tion for a second term.
to continue until July 8 but all
modoro Hotel with Mrs. Bjornsonand
" well more than a three to one majority -
; subscriptions of savings bonds New Congressman the boys at the home of Mr. In the county superintendent'srace
f/ Green and the county asa
over (Series E, F and G) and savings Myers. however, both the Clewiston,
: J?,;' whole voted almost two to one. In
' 'tf." the Hooker's Point precinct. Caldwell notes (Series' ) purchased between Sunday was spent at the Beach, and Hooker's Point precincts gave

June 1 and July: 31st will be credited. some movies were taken in and some the majority to Mrs Homer Taylorfor
l came through with only a ten vote '
n Xv.ih4) 'k Y S the Cqunty Superintendent of
of crowd sight-seeing.-
lead of 73 to 63. The total county went
'. 'count 974 to 511. The county's E bond quota is f is reported that the sunburn was Schools, a race which she lost by a
margin of 78 votes to the incum-
. $78,000.Mr. extensive but enjoyed.
.. Dwight L Rogers, veteran Flor-
bent C. E. Weaver, who carriedall
Seniors taking the trip were:
ida legislator and Fort Lauderdale Parkinson expects to have his
attorney, had the backing of his home organization complete very shortlyfor Mauryne Prewitt, Frances Jordan, of the precincts in the- western

C w% Kathleen Lewis, Jo Ann Long, side of the county.
' county and the tremedous majority a concerted drive to put the I S

c' he rolled up there helped him to county over the top in this Fifth 3 7rY Kathleen Watton Jackson, Mary J. O. Davidson was reelected -

' d overcome the lead which his oppon- Drive which is already being refer- Mathis, Medford Dunaway and Eric county commissioner over J. C.

" red to the Invasion Drive. Thomas. Jackman by a narrow margin of 29
' ,. ent, L. L. Stuckey of Pahokee, had as '
: and GYA' ---' --- votes; A. J. Evers was reelected
rolled up in the lake section i

other counties in the district to win commissioner from District No. 4

majority of some 2,000 votes. over his opponent, Harvey S. Dyess,
Stuckey carried every precinct in II by a margin of more than 200 votes,

R. B. Waldron Paul 0'-
won over
: Hendry County for a vote of 772 to

279 for his opponent. APPROVES PLANS DESPITE FEAR OF I Bannon commissioner from District .

# f This is the tally by precincts 1 to No. 3 by a margin of about

.L!. I ninety votes. The other two com-

u. I 1 I FOR REFUNDING POLIO EPIDEMIC missioners were elected in the first

. GOVERNOR-Caldwell, 474, 141, i !
k1,, "rr'r primary, C. E. Miner in District one
' 204, 46, 36, 73, total, 974. Green '
and Asa Townsend in District 5.
141, 90, 134, 34, 49, 63, total, 511. I i DWIGHT L. ROGERS I
CONGRESSMAN Rogers, 279, The Board of Commissioners of Following, the announcement last 1 I I .In the only school board race of

87, 116, 24, 35, 53, total, 394. Everglades Drainage District at a week-end that the illness of Billy :the county" Dillon Hall was' defeat

Stuckey, 304, 116, 180, 45, 44, 83, meeting in Miami Friday approvedthe Brooks, ten-year-old son of Mrs. I led by E. L. Stallings by a vote of

, total, 772. LT. HAWKINS SGT. Cecile Brooks, had been diagnosedas 299 to 261. -

new refunding plan for bonds' of i infantile paralysis at Good Sa-1 The county ticket by precincts, 1

the district. and the new plan is to maritan Hospital in West Palm to 6, inclusive follows:

Fr. Geary To Preach I be put into operation as soon as possible GILL OFFICIALLYLISTED Beach, there was 'a mild wave of"I SH.ERIFF-Bll Maddox, 439.! 107,

The- plan will save' approximately ,hy t ria.amo'ng' many school patrons 210, 53-46: '8-.",..total 942. H. H.
Her-- ,, "
;,M1 : "-< Baccalaureate/ : $buGo6u"7n' Interest 'if the i who feared an epidemic but school i Mack" McCall, 175,' 127, 131, 28,

On Sunday Night new callable bonds which are io be AS MISSING officials went -into action at once, I 140, 61, total 562. .

issued are paid off at-the scheduled the school has remained open and i COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF

.time. I '-
It. Hawkins, son of with the outbreak of no new cases \ PUBLIC 'INSTRUCTION-Mrs. Homer -
Lt. Claude
Fr. T. J. pastor of
;- St.\\ The new plan, which was approved in the week the fear'
Sugar- of epidemichas Taylor 381 81 84 33 38 94
;. Margaret's Catholic Church, will Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hawkins ,
preach the baccalaureate sermon for ), by Governor Spessard. Hollandand land Park and Sgt. Hiram A. Gill, somewhat subsided. total 711. Dr. C. E. Weaver, 232,"

the graduates of Clewiston High several of the.cabinet members, whose wife makes: her home here In response to urgent calls from 152, 257, 48, 47, 53, total 789.

permits a bond syndicate, the B. J. : Mrs J. B. Hendry,. school trustees Dr. C. E. Weaver
School at the Sugarland Park: Auditorium I with her sister, COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT -

Sunday evening at 8:00, Van Ingen Company and Ranson- were officially reported this week came here Sunday morning and immediately I, NO. 2-J. O. Davidson, 211,

and the commencement exercises Davidson, to advance funds needed as missing in action over Germany got' iIi touch with the i 156, 196, 61, 46, 71, total, 741. J. '
I to pay off the principal amount out- State
May 8. } Board of Health. The follow- JC. Jackman, 364 76 140 19 40 73
: will be held Friday night, June 2,1 standing with the Reconstruction on ; ,
r in the High School auditorium.The Mr.: .. and Mrs.' Hawkins were notified ing answer was received: total 712.COUNTY.
Finance Corporation and to
baccalaureate pur- Sunday that their son was miss- Dr. C. E. Weaver, I
chase some $219,000 in recalcitrant
: follows ing and on Tuesday Mrs. Gill received County Superintendent.Keep .
; : ,bonds which have ,never been |I NO.Paul O'Bannon, 267,
Prelude, Dark Water-Choir. brought forward Under the plan ap- the word concerning ,schools open. Well chil- j 1124, 158, 36, 32, 64, total, '681.

Processional, The Heavens Re-I, proved in 1941 after which the dis- husband.: Both are in the Air Corps, dren may attend school. Advise 'parents -,,i't. B. Waldion, 308, 101, 178, 46,

-J. sound-Choir. trict commissioner will issue new Lt. Hawkins being'a navigator and keep ill children at home. Have :J53, 79, total 765. ;
'I 'B17s.Lt. .
InvocationeY. David C. Hancock callable refunding bonds in the Sgt. Gill a gunner on teachers observe children and send' COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DIS > .
D. t
sister Mrs J.
Hawkins' .
. '' amount of some four and a half home an ill child. Isolate case two TRICT NO. 4-Haivey S. Dyess, 262,

;f. Doxology-Congregation. I million dollars which is still out-' Sullivan, whose husband i? a pilotof weeks. Quarantine children of ,101, 122, 33, 44, 47, total, ,609. A. "

..Y Seimon-Fr. Geary. standing. The district will provide a B-17 wrote that the May his household until release of patient. | J. Evers, 303, 120, 213, 47, 37, 92,. .C "
National Anthem-Congregation. some $90,000 as refunding''expense 8 mission was over was Call on Dr. Wells of Sebring for aid I'total, 812.SCHOOL. ; .
assignment to date, 36 of
toughest in handling
situation. I
Benediction. Geary. money but in return will secure 'a BOARD, SCHOOL DISTRICT .,
bombers being brought
the heavy
Recessional, "God of Our Fath- lower interest rate, will have call- down at that time. Although Lt. E. F. Hoffman, M. D. I NO. 2-Dillon Hall, 101, 160, :,

ers"-Choir. able bonds which RFC refused to Hawkins State Board of Health. total, 261. E. L. Stallings, 125, .' '.:
. Sullivan and Lt. I
; The commencement program will issue and will eliminate the com- After receipt of this telegram it 174, total, 299.Weather _
: to each other occasionally -
enough see
- ., have State Attorney Clyde Wilson paratively small amount in outstanding near in England, the news of was decided to keep the school open I

f as guest speaker and the program bonds which have been the and it was verified Monday by
brother-in-law being missingwas
will begin at 8:00. The program is cause of considerable litigation for his not known to him when he another telegram. On Tuesday the; Reports Daily

as follows: I' the past several school !! '
years. wrote his last letter home or if so was visited by Mrs. Mary At Western Union .,
v Prelude, Berceuse by Jocelyn Ryon, county health of Glades
Instead of the flat four 'per cent he was forbidden to mention it. nurse
Mrs. M. R. Stroud. 1 interest ''bonds County who again stressed the ad- '
the RFC
Processional, Coronation I on the new Lt. Hawkins spent several monthsin I Through the efforts of the United / 1
March, '
bonds, to be issued in $1,000 denominations visibility of keeping the schools I 1,
-, from La Prophet-Mrs. Clewiston after his enlistment in States Sugar Corporation Clew-
Stroud. j will open. The attendance, at a record
a' I carry the following awaiting his call for iston will have the benefit of
Invocation-Fr. D. D. Mason. I the Air Corps low now
i on Monday, gradually increased -
780 at 3.T5
:- zE Salutatory : 2210 at training and during that time was I daily weather bulletins which will
? Address-Mary Mathis. I through The school
3.50 920 at 3.25 and the week.
t s' Address-Hon. .Clyde H. Wilson. I at 3.00. in the employ of! the United 'States term will be concluded next week. be posted in the wIndow at the Western -
Of these callable
I 690 after
Corporation. He is 23 yearsof { Union office.
Valedictory Address Sugar ,
Kathryn two years at 105, 920 after five Billy, a ,student in the grades,
{ Mrs. J. M. Fountain, manager "of "
Watton Jackson. age.
I was taken ill Thursday of the j
at 104. 1940 after on
years 10
at .
,/ Awarding of Diplomas.-Dr. C. E. 104, all less one-quarter: years Sgt. Gill, the' son of Mr. and Mrs. preceding week with a'slight head-I the office, says that the' messagesare .
cent '
per City enlisted being sent to the corporation -
Weaver. A. C. Gill of Myacca ache but on Friday had recovered. sugar .:
Benediction-Rev. premium each additional year. AlI with his two brothers in Braden- I and then are sent by them to ,
David C. Han- That night he Miami
went to to
though the price set on these bonds ,
cock. I ton. One of these brothers is in the her for posting. The report will be .;1'I
is above ,spend the week-end with his mother .
Recessional, Grand I par it gives a definite purchase Air Transport Command and the 1 posted each morning and if there is .
March tend
Saturday morning was againill. 'I
price which
Aida-Mrs. Stroud.Beardsley I I cannot be raised other was given a medical discharge There any great change a second telegram ,::
if conditions continue were no alarming symp-
to Improve in is 31 i will be
1 only a few months ago. He toms posted.'J..
the district. however only a slight head-
. of and has a daughter, ------- -- .
i The years age ache and low fever and little concern I -
Is Made refunding syndicate is also '' ""
requiring has been with her
that the district keeps I Mary was_ felt until he began to lose the I RAF Dance To
I mother in Clewiston. Mrs. Gill left
Cadet Flight Leader $500,000 in reserve but they will be :. use of his limbs in the middle of the
at once on Tuesday for Myacca City I Celebrate ;
I i, permitted to put this mount into to be with her husband's parents.An week. Dr. :w. O. Rigsby examinedhim .i

MAXWELL FIELD, Ala.-Daniel, interest-bearing government bonds. appeal has been made to the and fearing the worst asked King George
The syndicate that he be taken at once toVest .
W. Beardsley, son of Mr. and Mrs. pays bond counsel, local Red Cross chapter by both fam- .t
J. Clewiston printing costs, attorneys, .validation Palm Beach for thorough examina- ,
Beardsley, has been ilies to aid them in ascertaining as Field ,
and other tion. This and the disease The RAF cadets of Riddle
costs except done -
that was
Flight the dis-
a Leader In the quickly as possible the fate of the i
trict will Friday. are planning a dance to be held. in ,
,. ; corps of cadets with the rank of pay all court costs. two young airmen. It Is quite pos- diagnosed on was Sat-
'.i.' immediately in Good Samaritan Sugarland Park: auditorium on ..
: Aviation Cadet Lieutenant District officials .
at the point out that sible that both parachuted to safety
I urday, June 3, in honor of KingGeorge's ;
, .e.:J', {' Army Air Forces Pre-Flight School I.in the three years since the refunding and are prisoners. or'w r in Ger- I Hospital and the Kenny ,
" ';;; --"' at Maxwell Field Ala. I plan went into treatments started. It will be two birthday., :
; 1. ,: L.,.. : where he j effect the many. dance is
-' < ':-y has completed an intensive course district Indebtedness has been or three weeks, however, before it For that reason no "
'' I reduced -
,.. "/ : ,in military, academic and physical I from the original' $5,660,000to CLEWISTOX WINS is known. just how firm a hold the scheduled for next Wednesday invita even-
ing at the Cadet Club.
disease had before it was discovered -
,, :: training. He has been transferrednow the four and a half million dollars Wednesday evening
tion dance last '
toMhe' Air Force Base at Hel- of the new refunding plan, a The High School diamond ball for the guards from the Prisoner of '.1
; ena, Ark. reduction of $1,160,000. LaBelle Wednes- ----- -
Funds at teams played last War was well attended and a ::;

-=:::::,t., hand at this time and those expected day afternoon and the boys team, SON CORN great camp success in every way.

Scrap metals Continue to be required from recent tax payments may be playing in the rain, won by the one

in vast quantities in the United sufficient that the refunding may sided score of 16-2. The girls were Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moore are

States for the production of car- be made on much less than the four not 'so fortunate, however, and came [ the parents of a baby boy born This is a good time to set family

born steel and a half million. out on the small end of a 104 count. Thursday at the Clewiston Hospital health goals for 1944.


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Steps of UNRRA F /riAUSen 1 can"I be.think" she is as pretty. as she

Few New Yorkers
Things "Most girls are." .
Washington, D. C. Know About New York:

BIG VS. LITTLE FARMERS Relief and Rehabilitation Program Claims New York isn't all stone and steel. Ain't life funny? We boil water
Forty years have elapsed betweenthe Staten Island is dotted with small to make tea hot, put ice in to make '
big-business, battles of Teddy Support of Congressmen Noted, for : towns and fertile farm lands, by it cold, then lemon to make it sour,
Roosevelt and Cousin FDR, but one cracky There are about 600 then'sugar to make it sweet.
issue which plagued the former is Internationalist Viewpoint. .. Indians in our burg The Stock

also plaguing the latter and is now Exchange has its own medical dept. The Way It Is

before congress. It is' the question and tailor Most odorable spot Son-Say, Dad, I'd like to ask ;
whether government irrigation, gov- By BAUKHAGENews in town is Front street, where thecity's your advice about something.
ernment water, and government rec- Analyst and Commentator. supply of coffee is roasted ,. Father;-You mean you want my rT,
lamation shall benefit the big land- You can find almost anything in endorsement of something foolish
owner or the small. WNU Service, Union Trust ,Building up resolutions spelling out what I Manhattan, including a" lighthouseat you've already done.
would be done under the agreement. Fort Point New
The issue is now one of the hottest Washington, D. C. Washington
fights both in California and in con- While the bombs are bursting over Since they knew the bitterness York's most expensive real estate is
and controversy which grew out of supposed to be Nassau street-as
where Secretary of the thinkof
gress, Europe, it is pretty hard to the unpaid loans of the last much foot has THROWAWAY\
rior Ickes has been called to testifyon activities. America justdoesn't war as $825 a square
rider which Congressmen El- postwar Furthermore ',war, one prime purpose is to achieve been shelled out for property there.
a like to do it. ,
their aim without running up a lot,; Meals in the city's
liott and Carter of i it is perfectly natural that, after our hoosegows HARSH LAXATIVES .
of uncollectible debts. In are planned dieticians No
skilfully smuggled into the rivers experience in the last war, when we by expert ,
words, they got down to brass tacks room service however.
bill-a rider permittingbig ,
and harbors talk about "relief" for Europe, we ..
and decided that their effort to re- Millions,Have Ended
landowners in California's cen- feel don't want to play the role Consti-
we store normalcy in the world shouldbe The tiny cemetery on Tenth street with
tral valley to benefit from govern- of "Uncle Sap" again. pation Simple Fresh
ment low-cost irrigation.The which has accomplished on a very simple was the scene of our town's most Fruit Drink
The one organization
question in Teddy Roosevelt'sday principle of justice. They divided up macabre crime. The bones of a rich
ahead with definite, specifically .,
was whether any farmer hold- gone delimited very for CIVIl- the world into two categories. First, New Yorker, buried there, were once Don't form the habit of depend .,
plans those who have enough of the things stolen The ing on harsh laxatives
ing more than 160 acres should bene- is the and held for ransom. remains griping
irrigation. The ian international activity, needed to feed and clothe and house were eventually recoveredbut until you've tried this easy,health-
fit from government
issue arose when the land kings of United Nations Relief and Rehabili- their people, and those who don't.Then the skeleton-nappers were never ful way millions now use to keep I
tation administration. Forty-four nations regular.It's .
Far West wanted to develop their there is another division be- arrested On Second avenue .
the this
have combined to set fresh lemon
up juice and water ,
ranches and speculative holdings tween those who, while they don'thave there is a 3, 9 and 19 cents store.Don't taken
organization and finance its work. nevertheless first thing in the morning-
at government ex, the basic resources, know the reason for the unusual -
irrigation just,
through as '
soon The
as get "
The United States' part in this organization for you up. ; ,
pense. has the specific authorization have the money. to pay prices The stone fortifica- juice .of one Sunkist Lemon in a '<;
The West was for it, but the East them. tions that were used during the glass of water. Taken thus, on an
objected. Eastern states claimed of Congress. But it never could All of the nations which have Revolutionary can still be found I empty stomach, it stimulates 5 5
they would be footing the tax bill have had this backing if it hadn'tbeen enough to take care of their own near B'way and 190th street Six normal bowel action, day after. 5
and that Western irrigation would for the wholehearted coopera- people are to 'contribute 1 per. cent different streets meet at Sheridan day, for most people. .
come out of their pockets. The West tion of certain men in Congress .of their national income as of the square Oddest-named shop is And lemons are actively good
whom nobody by the greatest 30 1943. for you. They're among the richest
replied that the irrigation projectsof year ending June the Chineseatery called Hang Far
stretch of imagination could label as and sources of Vitamin C, which combats -
Those nations like France _
that day would provide benefitsfor Low The clock tower at the fatigue helps resist colds and
internationalists. One of them
small Eastern farmers who migrated Holland and Belgium and Norwayand north end of Battery park sounds infections. They supply vitamins
westward tomorrow. largely responsible for the unopposed others which have been able to the signals for the watches kept on Bi and P, aid digestion and help

After a terrific battle, Teddy authorization by congressfor get gold or other wealth away from shipboard Wall street is only alkalinize system.
ruled the $1,350,000,000 which is Ameri- the Axis robbers and into Allied or about Try this drink
Roosevelt won out. Congress seven blocks long, but it's the grand wake-up
that government irrigated land ca's contribution to the UNRRA neutral countries expect to pay for financial heart of 48 States. 10 mornings. See if it doesn't help :;.,
tracts must be limited to 160 acres. fund was Sen. Arthur H. Vanden- the supplies they get. you Use California Sunkist "

That law still stands. But Repub- berg, a member of the foreign relations Those countries which have no For some unknown reason, above Lemons. '._
committee, who cannot be foreign trade or credit balance .I-
lican Congressman Carter of Oak- 59th street several avenues suddenly :
land, Calif., and Democratic Con- described as an "internationalist. abroad will receive supplies and change their names. Eighth avenue YOUR looks better groomed with :
gressman Elliott of Tulare, Calif., He supported UNRRA in this way services to bring their people up to becomes Central Park West;, Ninth MorolineHairTaiuc.KeepsHAIrS
after a long and careful consulta- a rather stern standard of living hair in
have ganged up to change it with a avenue becomes Columbus avenue; unruly place. ".
rider exempting the central valley tion with the State department con- and get normal daily life started Tenth avenue becomes Amsterdamavenue ALWAYS. Gives lustre. Big bottle, .. "
'cerning the administration's obligations contributed will only 25c. Sold everywhere.
: irrigation project. again. The ,supplies ; and Eleventh avenue becomes -
Their amendment, already passedby which the United States had to be put into regular business chan- West End avenue No one
the house, would mean that big accept if it joined this body of 44 nels and most of the people who need go hungry or homeless on the Use Indian' Dialects

;' ranchers in the central valley could' nations. Vandenberg was supportedby get them will pay in their own streets of New York. The Dept. of The army often uses Indian dia-

ft benefit from the new irrigation pr>_* representatives of the delegationfrom money. Of course, this money would Welfare is ready to provide food and lects for messages since the enemy ,
f ect no matter how extensive thet.. Ohio, among others, a middle have no value outside of the coun- shelter for all unfortunates. Then is unable to decipher them.rf .

holdings. Even more important, it, western state not noted for inter- try involved. It would, however, how come there are so many pan- '-.

'' '. would mean that lot of new land, national, tendencies.I have value within the country and handlers? ,Haunted house leg-
.. not extensively cultivated at present, asked a member r of the UNRRA UNRRA would, take, we will say in ends have '-grown up '..around the,

r would be subjected to cut-throat staff why he, thought these people the case of Greece, drachmas for ancient ',brownstone mansion that, $
: speculation. were convinced that the United the supplies delivered. adjoins Woodlawn cemetery. No one
; '; : Ickes for Small Farms. States ought to take part in this No Big Payroll has lived there for more than a cen- A Soothing S ALVE

:.. Secretary of the Interior Ickes, humanitarian movement which although Those drachmas would be spent tury and it's completely furnished. ANTISEPTIC
t' Used by thousands with satisfactory
'; who has supervised the expenditure it proclaimed ultrapracticalaims within the country and will help suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. "
of $150,000,000 on cent J valley irri- might naturally be doubtedby carry out the principle which Gov- Five stories below street level sub- Get Carboil at drug stores or write
Spurlock-Neal Co. .
gation, is determined that the bene- the cynical. ernor Lehmann has laid down-that terranean vaults at the Federal Re-

fits shall not go to land speculatorsand "Nobody who has read the limita- UNRRA itself will not develop a big serve Bank are barred by doors
big ranchers, plus some of the tions which this organization has payroll. It will help the people to weighing as much as 90 tons. The I
big liquor companies which have placed upon itself could have the help themselves. Let me give you' best air raid shelter in town .
bought up California vwineries. crust to oppose it," was his answer. an example: Juvenile delinquency isn't new. Ac-

The issue, according to Secretary Selling PointAt The Greeks haven't enough food. cording to Police Dept. statistics, 50 I
Ickes, is whether the U.S.A. is goingto Their various public utilities are per cent of the city's lawbreakershave 1 "'.
become a nation of large land- that moment, I took this rather smashed to pieces, they have no always been under 25 years of

owners hiring Okies and tenant categorical statement with a grainof shoes to walk on, their hospitals and age Mayor LaGuardia has a
farmers, whether the nation will salt. Later, after talking with other health institutions have been tiger skin in his home to sym- Rood reason why PAZO oint-
feature medium-sized farmers oper- Morse Salisbury, who is well known destroyed or disintegrated. All right. bolize his victory over the Tam- ment has been used by so many millions
ating their own land.NOTEBusiness over the air to many of the readersof UNRRA will set down a certain many tiger Among the Weather of PAZO sufferers ointment from soothes simple inflamed Piles. areas First.
men in the cen this column and all of the listeners number of pairs of shoes in Greeceit bureau's unusual duties is collect- -relieves pain and itching. Second.

tral valley are split over the issue. to the "Farm and Home Hour," will set down a certain amountof ing pollen to aid in the study of hay dried PAZO parts ointment-helps lubrirates prevent cracking hardened.and .
Many merchants believe that me- I must admit I was sold. food, a certain amount of cloth- fever Plenty of amusement 'soreness. Third. PAZO ointment tends
' dium-sized farms rather than poorer Morse Salisbury gave up an important ing, a certain amount of machineryand spots in our town-over 700 legit to Fourth reduce it's swelling easy to and use.check PAZO bleeding.oint-
43 farm labor make for better business position in the departmentof other supplies-that will be paid theaters and m vies. ment's perforated Pile Pipe makes application
in towns. The agriculture which he had held simple thorough.,: Your doctorcan
neighboring Fresno for in drachmas which are nothingmore tell you about PAZO ointment.
Chamber of Commerce calls 60 to through various administrations to than pieces of paper as far as You don't have to leave New York
: 80 acres of figs an economic unit fora handle the public 'relations for the rest of the country is con- to enjoy natural scenery. The eye- I i! I =

family, or 80 to 120 acres of al UNRRA under former governor of cerned, but which have cash valuein filling sights along the Hudson are
falfa. The Chamber has sent out New York Herbert Lehmann, its ad- Greece. as beautiful as anything you'll find ..
booklets urging settlers to take up ministrator. I broke in on him when They will take those drachmasand in any part of the world A few <"To relieve distress of MONTHLY"N

l small land tracts. he was puzzling over ,the question of hire personnel, people who will New Yorkers who love to go to fires
I or; an emblem or flag or a designationfor arrange to load the supplies into have private fire alarm boxes in Female VJeaknessLydia

FOTiRFs.Despite UNRRA-somebody thought it trucks at the ports where UNRRAsets their homes Most popular partof E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
all the army howls for ought to have a distinguishing in- them down and handle the distribution the public library is its record Is made especially for womento
4-Fs to get into war plants, it re- signia but he was unconvinced and of food and clothing booth where you can hear recordings weak help tired relieve nervous periodic blue pain feelingsdue with Its
mains a fact that physical examination -- hen he said something me whichis through the agencies within the gratis.. You must make reservationstwo to functional monthly' disturbances -

1 in many plants is so stiff that important to remember. country; they will do the dirty workof weeks in advance For its Taken regularly. -Plnkham's. Com- ..
they can't get in. In fact, the physi- "Here is one governmental institution rebuilding the, waterworks and post office in the RCA building, the pound helps build up resistance .
cal in is governmental in the sense the gov't Radio $1.00 against such symptoms Here Is a
some plants' stiffer than in electric light plants, public pays City a year product that helps nature and
the army. that 44 nations are backing it- schools and other buildings neces- rent There is a deserted the- that's the kind to buyl I Famous for

Many a patriotic 4-F has worn outs which, instead of wishing to per- sary for an ordered life. Thus em- atre under Carnegie Hall almost thousands a century of women. Thousands have reported upon
shoeleather making the rounds of petuate itself, as most bureaucraticunits ployment will be furnished out of Swankiest elevators in town are at benents Follow label directions
z; war plants, only to find that,he can't are said to do, has for its chief the nation's own wealth. the New York Central edifice. Deco-' Worth trying VEGETABLE
get in. A punctured ear-drum, for aim-self liquidation Like the boysin This is a very brief attempt to rated with red ,Chinese lacquer and YDIELA PINKHAM S COMPOUND
instance, is considered just as important the front lines, it wants to get show how UNRRA works but as I sky-blue ceiling 50,000,000
,, in a war plant as in the the job done and then quit." sat in the Du Pont building on Con- pounds of food pour into New York
army. fIn The object of UNRRA is to do necticut avenue and heard Mr. every 24 hours.Broadway .
recent weeks, belated steps what it can to resolve to normalcy Salisbury, who is one of the most FOR ITCHING OF
have been taken to relax some of the chaos produced by the war and practical-minded government offi- is the city's oldest MINOR SKIN RASHES
these physical restrictions, but much then quit. cials with whom I have dealt in street. It was down early Broadwaythat .
still remains to be don So you For that reason, former Governor my 30 years experience in Washington a courier dashed shouting the got this medicated powder. Contains ingredients )

can't blame a lot of the 4-F-ers if Lehmann has set as one of his detail UNRRA's'activities, I be- news of the Battle of Lexington specialists l often for simple recommended rashes diaper by many rash
". they aren't in war plants. objectives the keeping of the num- gan to feel quite an emotional up- More crimes have taken place on and chafing. Mexsana soothes and forma
Another difficulty which the War ber of administrative employeesdown surge. Salisbury may have felt it the Main Stem (between 47th and coat of protection on tender akin. ,
Manpower commission might well to the absolute minimum. I'll too but, of course, he wouldn't showit 49th streets) than in any other spotin Costs little. Always demand Mexsana.

dig,.into is the fact that anyone can have more to say about that later, any more than I would since both town. No one knows exactly why.
quit work in a: vital war plant but, first just a very brief summary of of us are laconic middlewesterners.I . There is a huge warehouse in i
without a certificate of availability, ., what UNRRA has set as its objec- said: "Isn't this whole idea an Radio City's sub-basement The o KILLS
cannot transfer to another war plantat tive, how it hopes to obtain the objective historical innovation?" He replied: opulent house at 73rd street and
least, not until after a 60-day as set forth in its so-called "Well, yes. But don't think the 44 Riverside drive that resembles a i Many
period.In "bible," containing the official state member nations are laying any castle was erected by Charles M. Insects
other words, you can step out ment of the resolutions of the pattern for postwar planning in Schwab and cost two and a half
of,an aircraft factory or a synthetic organization. This is the document UNRRA. They have created here an I million A unique subway station -
rubber plant and go to work in a which I was told if anyone read he organization of a purely transitional is the one at ''190th street. It's "'-
: barber shop or at a bootblack stand would not have the crust to oppose nature. It's merely an attempt on carved out of the side of a cliff. .
or just loaf at home. They are not the UNRRA program.On the part of the nations which have No trick is missed in an effort to Vegetable

'fI:,: essential industries. But if you want November 9, 1943, the repre- something to offer to provide it. If improve radio programs. NBC's Flowers &
to switch to a munitions plant, you sentatives of these 44 nations met the others can pay for the food and studios are coated with a special Shrubs
can't-without a certificate of avail- in the White house and signed an clothing and other things they get, sound-insulating glue'. Inside the

ability (which you probably can't agreement to cooperate in bind- they are willing to pay for it. Brooklyn Bridge abutments are I I 6, I'reduetfa
i,.. get),,or without waiting the required ing up' the wounds of war. Later, If they can't, the contributing nations large catacombs. A departmentstore TaE.eee,CMm rsl Corp.Incorporsed .
;'"- cooling-ofE; pe- od of 60 days. they met in Atlantic City and drew are going to get it to them." used to cache its liquor there. I I LeYlfrlllf. l.Muca

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r: ,, Of The Moody Bible Institute 0/ Chicago.Released A coating: of clear lacquer. 'will Garments with elastic waist-
yr{ :: by Western Newspaper Union. protect metal pieces from rust, bands should not be pinned to the i
tarnish and stain. clothesline by the waistband. In-

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Suppers Lynn. Chambers' PointSavingMenu not scorch on the bottom. '

Furnish Tonic PAUL ENCOURAGES THE Keep the clothesline props in *

1'p'orch CORINTHIANSLESSON place by driving a large staple in When kiddies get chewing gumon

For Appetites Veal on Skewers II Corinthians 4:5 16-18; the end of the pole and threadingthe the living-room upholstery,
Beet Greens with Diced Beets 5:1. 5-8. 14.19.GOLDEN TEXT. wire through the staple. They don't worry. Freeze the gum until
Whole Wheat ,Biscuits Butter TEXT-Ye know the grace of can be moved along the line as desired stiff with an ice cube-it will become
Raspberry Drink our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was and hard winds cannot lift so brittle you can break it
rich yet for your sakes he became poor, line
.Strawberry'Meringue Pie the from the props. off.
that ye through his poverty might become
Recipe Giveners rich.-II Corinthians 8:9.

"Nothing is certain but uncertainty Cool Play Set for Tot
in roasting pan with 1 cup hot St.Joseph
so says the modern philosopher.But NONE;
water and salt to taste. Cover and man cannot be satisfied with
bake in hot for I-11h hours
a oven
constant change and confusion. Thatis 'WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT UH,
until meat is tender. Garnish with
: why, in our day of unheard-of disruption -
La broiled bacon. of ordinary life patterns,

,'i: Save/ Uspd Fats! men and women especially need the Fast-Growing: WhaleA
message of the gospel, for in Christwe young blue whale puts on
Don't forget' the lovely spring find the answer to our quest for weight at.the rate of 220 pounds a
when it comes to adding color -
': 1: t greens certainty and stability. day.
4 f { 'fin, to the table and vitamins to your
diet. Paul writing to encourage the
church at Corinth assured them that
Wilted Greens.
life may be steady, useful and true i
1 small onion, chopped because they are Christians. He pre
/i cup bacon fat sents: ll

l/z cup mild vinegar The Christian-a Servant of Men
Greens for Christ's Sake (II Cor. 4:5): ), Hav ZahQ4Ofr4,0 V

Cook onion in bacon fat until yel- -

L low, then add vinegar. When heated ingI.. A Vision Which Lightens Affliction Drinks/ '

through, add greens, and cook until] (II Cor. 4:16-18).
just wilted. Season with salt and
Any honest person knows that in
Serve the family quickly preparedcool pepper and serve hot. the temporal world round about him Penguins Handicapped

drinks made with flavored pow- Mixed Spring Greens everything speaks of death., All Penguins cannot fold their

ders. They're economical and can (Serves 6)) things tend to run down, to wear / \ wings, as other birds do, but must

be made in a flash by any -memberof Y2 pound beet greens out, to decay, including the body of carry them extended.

the family. Vz pound dandelion greens man. He sees his mental as wellas

Save Used Fats! 1 teaspoon lemon juice his physical powers coming to a

; _, Wise homemakers will plan porch Yz teaspoon salt certain maturity only to go into de-
1 b suppers for warm evenings. Not 2 tablespoons butter cline.
only will"the family 2 tablespoons flour At the same time he is consciousof

y V' enjoy the gay 1 cup milk the deep burden of affliction and

.x informality of the 14 pound chicken livers, sau- sorrow which seems to press down on 3'e ; .
'; z r porch but ,the ,.. 1 teed and cut fine all the world like an almost un-
? bearable and crushing weight. What
changing of )
Cook and drain Add lemon
-., time locale greens. can he do about it? Shall he try to
and salt. Pack into buttered
naturally mealfib ,dissipate the clouds by artificial

V V: i_ up lagging mold and place or loaf in oven pan cheerfulness? It will not work. English Have Name for It

,, petites that In Our text gives us the,answer. "For 5328 .The English call the thumb tad
weather brings. 0 keep warm. this cause we faint not," says Paul. a drawing pin. .
the meantime, -
Checked cloths in bright colors The things which press us down are KEEP 'em looking attractive-
melt butter, blend ,
E will carryout the simplicity of only temporal-they are of this cool and comfortable on hot
in flour and add
theme that is customary when you 'milk. Stir, while world. God's world is eternal. The days! This pretty play set is quicklycut
"rough it" on the porch, or if you until weakness of the physical body only and sewn from a small amountof t
cooking makes the, strength of the spirituallife material. Airy little sun-suit is
brie-a.V smooth and thick. Add chicken liv- evident. ,
more buttoned on shoulders-makes it
: a Keep to the simple ,and sensible ers. Turn mold onto. platter and The one who knows Christ is of the ,simple to launder. Tiny tie-on skirt :
with food and'try tcrhave: foods'c'om- pour sauce pver.them.Beet other world, and nothing here can be matches. Buttoned bonnet is madeof t t

bined on one platter' so there aren'ttoo Greens With Diced Beets. ,more than a light affliction, which one flat piece for ease in iron '
many trips to the kitchen. Meat (Serves 6) seems negligible in the light of the NOW WEAR YOUR PLATES EVERYDAY

and vegetables can go on one plat- 1 pound beet, greens glory of eternal things. Ah, but it's ing.Two appliques are given-a HELD COMFORTABLY SNUG THIS WAY

ter, salad in a bowl, rolls in'a basket \Vz cups cooked beets, cubed great to be a- Christian in such daysas bright tulip and a kitten's head. It's so easy to wear your plates all
and dessert on one plate, everyone V\ cup melted butter these! day when held firmly in place by

dishing out for,himself in "help your- Salt and pepper to taste, II. An Assurance, Which Removes sun To hat obtain and pattern two applique'for play patterns suit pinafore(Pat this "comfort-cushion". dentist'sformula. ,"

self" style.Barbecued. Cook greens until tender and Fear (II Cor. 5:1: 5-8)). tern No. 5328) (adjustable for sizes 2-3-4) I. Dr. Wernet's vent sore gums.
;; chicken is an appetite which afflict send 16 cents in coin your name and ad- Powder lets Economical
drain. Add beets, butter, salt and Of all the fears mor you 2. ;
dress and the pattern number.
bracer and so colorfully golden solid foods small
enjoy amount
mixing until blended. Serve tal man the greatest and the ulti-
' pepper
; brown it will make an immediate -avoid embarlasts longer.
piping hot. mate one is the fear of death. He SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
bid for attention the rassment of loose 3.Pure,harmless,
. :; at porch sup- knows that it is so absolute and final 530 South Wells St. Chicago.
? plates.Helps pre- pleasant tasting.AUdruggsts3U.Moneybaekifeotdelighted.
.4V per: that it terminates everything and Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to
ti: Barbecued Chicken. separates him from all that he has : cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo.

Yi cup catsup known and held dear in this world. ...............

-',': 2 tablespoons vinegar That is just the point, death does Name ............................... I I
1/2 cup salad oil end everything (except the awful -
1 large onion, grated Address ............................. I
fear of judgment for a wasted wicked
'", .' 1 clove garlic, crushed life!) for those who live only for this
2 teaspoons salt world. Man, however, was never in-

-, ; Vz Dash teaspoon of cayenne pepper tended for just this present life. He ************* *************
is a being who has eternity writtenin

V;' ; Pinch Chicken of, thyme cut in pieces V his very if this personality.What "earthly. tabernacle"my AmericQ favorite Cereal I4ft I/ !

?, Combine ingredients in order given body-does give up, says Paul.I .
stirring until salt is dissolved.Let ,, have a "building of God," some
stand several hours or, overnight. -' '" thing which man did not make with I

' Y J', Brush over chicken just before broil- This veal wheel will turn a new his hands, an eternal home in glory. I .
ing. Broil in a hot oven 20 to 30 i trick for your porch suppers. Piecesof That gives a man confidence.

x } minutes, turning frequently, and veal, carrots, potatoes and onionsall While he is here in the body, he
i = '' basting again with sauce, until] go on wooden skewers to make up lives and walks by faith, but when $ CORN FLAKES i

chicken is cooked'thoroughly.. If the colorful platter and adds new design absent from this body, he is "pres-

; sauce is kept for more than over to menus. ent with the Lord." How altogether FOOd-1FKK
" night, remove garlic clove. delightful and marvelous is the future ,Fi The Grains are Great J' g L_r .
Veal on Skewers. Strawberry Meringue Pie. beyond the grave for the : 'fJ
" .. even Kellogg'sCorn Flakes bring you *
'y : :: : Cut boneless veal in pieces 1% 2 cups milk believer. (Read I Thess. 4:13-18): ). nearly all the protective food elements *

inches square by about Place% inch thick. 1 package vanilla pudding III. A Hope ,Which Makes Him a ** of the whole, grain! declared essential COHN S! *

r on wooden 2 beaten egg yolks Living Testimony (II Cor. 5:14-19)). to human nutrition. F lit}
skewers *
alternating vanilla
teaspoon extract _
.,i :i: ; : meat with 9-inch baked pastry shell what Worldly tremendous people sometimes and tireless wonder motive. **************** _'7"S **
5 slightly} smaller
1 cup strawberries I
Christians working for
power keeps
1 chunks of peeled Gradually add milk to pudding, the_ Lord in the face of impossible .-f'
potato and
stirring constantly. Cook over low difficulties We have that motive
whole, small on- heat until thick. Add part of hot named in verse 14-"the love of
ions. Lay skewLynn pudding to egg yolks; stir in remain. Christ constraineth us." KILL HER !

ing hot pudding. Cool slightly, add There is no compulsion about real '
vanilla. Pour into shell. Place strawberries Christian testimony and service. J
Says on top of filling. Pile on There is no feeling that one must do She's a disease-carrying

meringue. I this or that in order to please God.
Spring Vegetable Tips: Cut For Meringue: No, the compelling force here is the

saves string time beans and with fingers.scissors.. It 1 teaspoon unflavored gelatin love of a dying Saviour. It is the !MON 1
and all
2 tablespoons cold water supremely powerful persuasive
Carrots peel easily If blanched
2 whites influence of love. V 0"
F in minutes.To boiling. water for two, or three ?4 egg cup confectioners' sugar Christ died for all, and those who V.: 1.

1 cup crushed strawberries realize that, know that they cannot f'i
retain the red color of beets, i 1 teaspoon lemon juice "henceforth live unto themselves"v. Quick! Get the FLIT. Save yourself from the 1
always cook them with about two Soften in cold ( ). The social standing, or family bite that brings burning-chilling miseries of '
inches of their stem left on when hot water. water; dissolve connections of our fellow men, malaria. Yesl! Flit kills Anopheles, the malaria
remaining '
; boiling. ingredients. Beat no longer control. Christ died for f mosquito, as surely as it mows down common
t ; Old coffee percolators are excellent until must bring them the ?
; thick; add gelatin. Continue beat them and we ; i '" household mosquitoes. So why take a chance .
V u .' for cooking asparagus. ing until mixture forms peaks. word of life.Notice Help protect your family from this winged ;
Stand asparagus in percolator, in verse 17 that it is the scourge buy a big supply of Flit, today!
\ '. add boiling water, adjust cover, Save Used Fats born-again-one who has this hope. )!
=- _J and cook. The tips steam beauti Many church members whose lives kills flies, ants,

.. fully while the stems are cooked mdat Get roasting the most chart from from your Miss meat Lynn! Get Chambers you are powedess and sinful are so be. FLT! moths, bedbugs and '

to perfect tenderness.To by writing to her in care of Western cause they lave never been born Killi all mosquitoes. ,
wash spinach, use warm wa- Newspaper Union, 210 South Desplainet again. ""Except a man be born 'c M "+ Copr.1M4.! StMKO InoMponUd'
ter rather than cold. It loosensthe Street,Chicago 6,Ill.Please send a stamped again" (John 3:3)) he is not a Chris
sand from the leaves.It self-addressed envelope for to BE SURE irSLFLITl
your reply. tian. Thai i? the place begin. ASK gkHei y tt OW'COWTA, INC JiWtW IMS|UCI?> AND0 /
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The Clewiston News "'time is most non-essential at the respects Barrymore too much, how- Leiter-Frealy County, Florida, until three o'clock:
front to for him he ad- P. M., on the 2nd day
present time. The men on the ever, apologize ; for the of June, 1944.
,lines who will need these dressingsfor mires Barrymore's talents too muchto Power, 248 purchase Inch wheelbase of One 100 School Horse Bus

Published every Friday In Clewiston, wounds which they receive try- pretend that those talents were Mrs. Etta Frealy and Christopher Chassis tHIS equipped with sixty passenger ...
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, ing to keep our nation one where a not often thrown away. Fowler Joseph Leiter, both' of Clewiston, to meet specifications body all steel set construction up by FlorIda -,..

Inc little leisure time may be enjoyed: does not employ sensation for its, were married Saturday, May 13, by Department of Education.

are not enjoying any leisure now own sake or dwell 'on disaster for I i: County Judge R. M. Harris in his Said any Board or,'all reserves bids. the right to. reject -

Entered as second class mall matter save when they are so physicallytired its morbid interest but neither does!,r office at the courthouse in LaBelle. All bids 'should be addressed to Dr.,
1927, at the Pest Office in C. Weaver,
February 1 County School
under the Act of that they are incapable of go- he ,insult Barrymore by making him] Superln-
Clewiston, Florida : IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? K?? March 3, 1897. ing further. Our women are as patriotic respectable. His subject was al I "Bid for School Bus."

as any anywhere and we feel sure great man, and while that does not!I { __ (SEAL) Chairman" DILLON HALL
1 : Board of Public.
CARR SETTLE, Publisher that they will heed this call for necessarily mean that'he was a+ Instruction of Hendry .

....- workers and all.pitch in to do their sensible one, it does mean that in'!II NOTICE FOR OF SCHOOL IIIDS FOR BUS PURCHASE I ATTEST County: Florida .

Subscription Kate-$2.50 Per Year I part. the hands of such a writer as Fowler C. E. Weaver,
he becomes the hero of a movingand I County School Superintendent,
It might be a good idea too for Sealed bids
Hates On Application will bo received by the J Hendry County, Florida '
Advertising all of us to take a good look at those I engrossing human history. \ Board of Public Instruction of Hendry I I May 12, 19, 26, June 2, 1944. .

I figures In the bond quota which has M There is a great deal of humor in :

Devoted to the advancement and welfare -. been set for Hendry County for the Good Night:' Sweet Prince, for Bar-; <
of Clewiston and Hen ry County. Fifth Bond Drive which starts June rymore was a wit and he consorted I :
i Today's FUr N G RASVJ Peters J ;
,. By
--- -------- 12. It's a sizeable amount even in with his peers. There is a satisfy-I .L

j I present day figures and more money ing amount of the theatre in it, for
than we can even comprehend but it spans the 'period from the great I '"
I it can be raised and will be raised figures of John Drew and Maurice' p

O if everyone will dig deep and buy Barrymore to the golden streets of There, are no "secrets" ,,,
bond possible during the Hollywood In its most spectacularera.
every ?z y. g, ,, / or mysteries about motorsto
campaign. We understand that all There are moments of intense
r our experienced met -
bonds purchased during June will excitement in these the -
pages- opening ,
: f 1, ?f/sY We can expertlyservice
be credited so don't wait for the night of HAMLET being per- ,
I any make of car.HENDRY .
THE ELECTION IS OVER 12th but start in next Wednesday. haps the great dramatic climax; f

__ l- there are happy and idyllic passages, i *.*

When the final vote was counted and there are the others when happiness .'
It was only that the community -
Tuesday night another primary elec- : would have pretty much ofa was destroyed forever as
tion was over and nothing can the Barrymore brought the roof of his '' '
case of jitters first of the COUNTY
change the result. It was known fame crashing down on his head. In ;
week through fear of an epidemic of
by everyone that ,half of the candi- addition to his own knowledge of
infantile paralysis after little Billy MOTORS
dates would be winners, the other Brooks was stricken. But no other Barrymore, Fowler has had access t iIY i E
and thosewhowere to his has read.the
half would be losers cases have developed, tension has papers. He ac-
so fortunate as to come outs! eased up and the school continuedo itor's journal, and he publishes here r ; CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA i

on top will fill the various offices ) run. The sympathy. of the entire for the first time long passages from I -

for the next two or four years as the community goes out tot Billy and we this private autobiography..

case may be. sincerely hope that his treatmentwas
"If you'll explain those :
secrets to .
The winners for a few days can- started in time and that soon he THE 3IAXGROVE COAST : me, .,'." .
not help exulting no more than the will be released from the hold' of By Karl A. Bickel I'll Try: to sit on your lap." '

losers can help feeling depressedbut this most terrible of diseases.
The Story of The West Coast of I
that period can end very quickly I .'
if both winners and losers will Florida
Sympathy is also extended to that I
Adopt a sportsmanlike attitude con- Clewiston father, mother and sister I So" little has been written about ) .
cerning the races. Remember that the west coast of Florida that its
and to that other Clewiston wife
there is a war on, that very shortly I! story unfolds like the tale of a new
and baby who received "Missing inAction"
another war bond drive is to start I j j frontier. The silver beaches, the
telegrams this week. Both CLEWISTON
and there is plenty to do for every- great harbors_ the woods and
j boys were missing from the same I
one. So let's put the election be-I swamps are rich in forgotten tales
mission over Berlin although it is
hind us and get together for the of Spanish exploration. Karl A.
j known that they were not in the, GOLF COURSE
common good of our town and I Bickel has scouted the west coast's .
same plane. We can only hope that { ,
4 county. : past in the archives -and old maps -
!definite news will come through I
of Cuba, in dusty reports on the
shortly that they parachuted to.
:c' Navy Dept. and makes manv a fresh I
.._ I safety and are prisoners of war im 1
Germany, concerning the claims of .
'- the Spaniards who sailed their caravels -
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Book ReviewsNew great harbors of Charlotte and Tam-

By D. C. S. pa four hundred years ago. Ideal Weather for Your

books In Clewiston Public Li I The flags of Spain, France, Britain I

;,;; The election is over, half of the brary-reviewed by Mrs. W. Dean I j and our own have flown over it. J Favorite Exercise 1

t candidates won and "half of them King, chairman: i One-eyed. Narvaez, Eager, de _Soto, I .

'i lost and here's hoping that all their Library'Hours. : Mondays 3. to 6 Fray Uuis Cancer and Ensign Car- :
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supporters have: regained their composure P. M. .. .',; tayo -, Jft. i
legendary names, are of its .. ............ .. ...
sufficiently fo'turn to other Wednesdays and Fridays. 7 to 9 I history. Playing one legend ." 1 .,.-.. )o: : : : : : : : : : : : :-. ?':f1f3 r. : '. :

\ things that need attention. P P. M. ; tearing another to tatters, studying uP'1 I 4.1 ,: :,-,/ .:

:-.... One of these r is-the surgical dressing I GOOD NIGHT, SWEET PRIXCE 1 i I I and the West the ., winds Coast's which many blow palm trees good I ::i ff" '". ." Good Greens ':':1. ;

'" work at the Red Cross room. By Gene Fowler J J seed from the coasts of Latin ,Amer- I I :: .

' Mrs.: R. Y. Patterson, chairman of Words alone can scarcely reproduce -I ica to the continent of North America ; ) :,:,:

the Clewiston Red Cross Chapter, the unparalleled range between -I describing the big snakes of the .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:.: :..:. ? '-
calls us this week and implores us Barrymore's achievement and glades, the vanished parrakeets, lay- .'::.. .
- to make some kind of a plea ,to the I acclaim and his humiliation and I I Ing out the story of the Seminolewars .- "
ladies to come and help, with this self-torture. Such flights ofwild- for the lessons there are in ., :, ,:. '.
-Meet Your Own Friends There
work in order that Clewiston's 'and reckless passion, such scenes of' them still for those who go to war ....:',' .,' .:._ ._.. "-
quota of dressings can be met. The heroic debauchery, such momentsof today watching Andrew Jackson :
only plea we can make is to the matchless artistic triumph and his wife arrive in Tallahasseefor ): .

patriotism of these ladies. We know be played behind lights, in Sh.OUld,1, the taking over fot the USA,

that all are very busy, that help|1 tume, and to the accompaniment of seeing the Rough Riders off for :

shortages require them to give more the full orchestra. Barrymore's Cuba-Karl Bickel has caught ,

attention even to household tasks life was neither comedy nor tragedy completel- peculiar treasures of j

than ever before and many of them ; it was grand opera.' its history and its landscape. He \

are putting in regular hours each I But as perfectly as words can dOl makes you want to go to the West YEARLY MEMBERSHIP
day on some job. But there it, Gene Fowler
has told the Coast and he makes you want to
many who have a few hours of spare, Barrymore was his friend, and his stay there searching for an era gone DAILY GREEN FEES

; time on their hands and if book is warm with the affectoin that by, and in pure enjoyment of na-
spare I
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that the scout car can be used as ]meats, fats and dairy products must! fed as supplements to cottonseed of molasses and dried shredded

L 4 :MARVIN SUMMERALL an effective four-purpose substitutefor last four weeks instead of the customary meal and pasture. The steers in all I sweet potatoes made an average

'. the horse, the tractor, the in- two. lots received 2 pounds of cottonseed
.' The only items now requiring red meal head and steers I, daily gain of 1.68 pounds per head.
dependent power unit and the light per per day, all
REPORTED MISSING truck. points are beef steaks (except flank) were run on grass pastures during I Cost of feed necessary to produce I

., In the Department. of Agricul- and roasts, butter, margarine, cheese I I the 120-day feeding period, which 100 lot pounds gain was $10.19 for the I
and cheese products and evaporated afforded the I receiving' equal parts of ground
ture's report on its recent experi- only roughage the ani- I
IN ACTION I' snapped corn and molasses, $9.19
ments with the vehicle, issued by R. milk. mals received. The group fed equal for '
the one fed one part ground
B. Gray, head of the Farm Equipment I parts of ground snapped corn and snapped !
corn and three
(Hendry County News) and Research Division, the Special TrainingIn I molasses made an average daily lasses, and- $9.92 for the parts one mo fed ;I

Mr. and Mrs. Berry Summerall Jeep was described as "highly usefulin gain of 1.70 pounds per head, the equal parts' of
molasses and dried :
were notified Wednesday that their plowing harrowing and other Woman's Reserve r
one receiving one part ground snap- shredded sweet potatoes. <
Marvin L. Summerall of ;
( con, T5| field work. ped 'corn and three parts molasses
the army has been "missing in ac First findings in the continuingJeep
o, tion" since April 28. The telegramwas studies being made by the You don't need previous experience -i gained 1.86 pounds per head per I
not available at the time the agricultural engineeing departmentsof I to qualify for special training day; while the one fed equal parts IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID ::1:1I
in the women's 'reserve of the Navy,
: a message reached the News 'office Washington State College and I
Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, local WAVES
since Mr. and Mrs. Summerall, who Ohio State University demonstratethat
happened to be in town at the time, the vehicle, in its present mili- recruiter, said today. I l7iIlllllllllllllli1>1@iillIIlIlIlI; iIIlliIiJII! !! !ijII/lUIIIUII/! i'IIIlIlIIlIlIIl1"'IIlIlIWIll; Il 1iiI1; 1Il1ll1lJ1 ""illllllwlm
'. ''left at once fo rtheir home at tary form, serves many all-round Those accepted for special in- I ..s.I .
. '> :Muse after receiving, the message. purposes effectively, especially for structions once "boot" trainjag has I ..s.I l

Relatives} later said that the telegram the small farm. been completed, Mrs. Prewitt explained -I :::

: was in a dress pocket that study alongside Navy enlisted 'IL...... '

" went to be washed and that it be- RATIONING men in a number of cases, : i: ,.IJVII t re Iy Ga ij

came water soaked and unintel-: taking the same course for the same ..

ligble. Therefore, since no one I CALENDAR kind of work. The courses vary I. f 1

seemed to have noticed and the I from a few weeks to several months. j wish.

ti:, telegram was destroyed it Is not One of the more popular train-,
-(..), known at what place the action referred MEAT, BUTTER', ETC. ing schools is located at the Lake-'

to ,took place: Book 4 red stamps A8 throughT8 hurst, N. J. Naval Air Station f

.,', : Young Mrs. Summerall said he good for 10 points indefinitely. I where WAVES are trained as areo- bone.L

was believed to be somewhere in U8, V8, and W8 become valid June 4. i I graphers. There they are taught I
; England. He was getting his mail (Meat grades: AA or choice, A direct installation of naval metero- .. X

'" ,r through an APO in New York. It is 'or good, B or commercial, C or logical observatory'' ashore, make ;:. 7 Z

presumed that some of the forces utility., D or cutters and canners.) upper air soundings, compute balloon ... }; I:

concentrated in England might have FRUITS, JAMS, ETC. soundings, make weather observa- X X

been sent to Italy and that his group Book 4 blue A8 through Q8 valid tions, and draw weather charts. *
: for! 10''points indefinitely. R8 through Local interested in" t
: might be engaged there. T5| Sum young women ..
merall was with an amphibious truck V8 become valid June 1. I the WAVES are invited to contact: : ? -
division. SUGAR Mrs. Prewitt, 410 E. Osceola Ave- h

The many friends of the family Stamps 30 and 31 in book 4 valid nue, or apply direct to the Navy recruiting .;. \

; ... here are' hoping that Marvin will indefinitely for five pounds, stamp I station in the post office :s: ;

soon be located and that better news 40 valid for canning through Feb. building, West Palm Beach, open .s. '

'.)', I will be forthcomnig. 28, 1945 (correct.) .1 daily except Sunday from 8 a. m. to ::: A savings account
I 6 p. m.Basic.
<.', Book 3 airplane stamp 1 and 2 with insured
: Replacement Parts good indefinitely. .1 requirements for enlistments ,2 our
in the WAVES, Mrs. Prewitt concluded -
t :'i r::; Available For GASOLINE I include two years of high) : l safety: will provide I '
coupons valid for three gallons ,
school, ages of 20 ''to 36, in normal q: I
Motor 'VehiclesIncreasing through Aug. 8. *

FUEL OIL health children.and Navy if married wives whose no minor hus-, :x_: the things you want : .

No. 4 and 5 coupons valid through V i
=i; emphasis must be |i bands do not hold the rank{ of en- :_: V .
Aug. 31. y \
placed on the maintenance and rehabilitation Definite i j I sign .or up are also eligible. ;s. .
value y
coupon anytime ..
of trucks, buses and .-.-- 4
'. cars in the month aheadif '
passenger Rationing rules now require that Steer Feeding Tests y f :j
there is to be no bogging downof :s: x'
every car owner write his license I
the nation's transportation machinery Made At s .} i
number and state in advance on all tatlon'i i :f. .t
: Ed Rowland, District Man-
gasoline coupons in his possession.' Of'q
ager of the Office of Defense Trans- .:.
portation in Tampa declared yesterday '
Housewives were reminded by Assistant Animal Husbandman at 4

i Chauncey W. Butler, district director -I the Everglades Experiment Station ?
.. :. "It is very evident, he emphasized y
of the Office of Price Administration has released report covering his y I
:.. "that the demands of the y
at Jacksonville, that Red s 1943-44 steer feeding tests in which Iiiii ,
i L. war will prevent any extensive replacement '
; ration stamps R8, S8 and T8, now I ground snapped corn, molasses, and ;;
" : of civilian automotive
: '
i: bicles during the month ahead. ve-I valid- for. purchases of rationed dried shredded sweet, potatoes ''were' iiHiiiiiiiiiiMeiw> \J': lIlIIlIlIllIlIi 11II1II1I1I1II<,),""IIIIIIIIHI'J! ( 11I1I1I1I1I1II<;l""IIIIIIIIJI,,! :') IDIIIIIIIIII Hilli .

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few trucks and busies that can be -- -

built ''will be needed for critical :
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replacements.The 'stockpile of new 1942 model '

trucks and automobiles has been

practically exhausted. The 1944 ) .
schedule of new manufacture includes -

= 64,000 medium weight trucks,

%' ,; 24,000 heavy trucks and 28,000

r4. trailers. Only about 25 per cent of ilKnBKfAKOOI'II''ClUB1

,. these trucks are scheduled for pro-

duction during the first half of 1944,

rru and no resumption of passenger car

; production is now contemplated."If 1

this ,production schedule is

measured gainst a normal and ac-

cumulated demand for more than .. LJ >
%,; a million trucks alone," said Mr. \ / j YrkiZ

Rowland, "it is obvious that no f ::4T.4 ,,' "

{;' truck owner should be encouraged ,
to that ke will
expect automatically '
,, obtain a new truck as a replacement / ;: ,( T:: :

for the worn out or out-moded truck

;. ,';; which he now owns. '

1 Despite this pessimistic outlook, BEFORE ,THIS WAR is OVER, there may be only two >Y

however, there is a brighter side, ,.' I kinds of people in America '

The replacement parts situation is
1I.thoM who rids to work,2.thous who walk to .0"' >
better. With a more adequate sup- ;. ; ,
:, ply of parts which should be available ._ If you want to be in the fortunate group who will still be :

r r: this year, the nation's trucks ." i riding to work in. automobiles, join Gulf's "Anti-Break

_ '} and automobiles can be kept in .-, ;' down" Club today. How do you do it? Just come in for ...

operation by minimum overhaulingand : Gulf's Protective Maintenance Plan! ( ,

and .by While regular this preventive improved maintenance. situa-- This plan was conceived by experts in car care. Gulf developed C :) as

; it because car maintenance is a most' .portMt' ,
tion will not mean that there will be ,I.... '
civilian job. (8 out of 10 war workers uae automobiles to get //t i
a generous supply of parts on every ;
f dealer's shelves for all vehicles, the i. to work.) ".1

t supply should permit of an orderly I
overhaul of essential trucks, said

Rowland.County's Farmers ', &NS GufS Pro1l1c rye ,tr/tllh'1 nfl 'CC' rinD.D1. / 'I'I .4

'J"" Can Reduce Costs

With 4-Way Jeeps ,
frofeysyourCtlrflt ', Saves 1fose 6earins
Farmers of Hendry county, manyof ;, 59 dan9 x ancfptsfon rings F. Sn' es ,.

whom hare indicated through a \\ 117/,, '
national survey their desire to own I -'- !fI i

a "Jeep" after the war, can save Vfi

approximately $96,280 for postwar !
fIr I
rehabilitation if they take ad- I "" 1'JJii

vantage of the scout car's foursided p\an In. a' "'
a'recent tcn Luhrioation THE AMERICAN Petroleum Institute 4.I '
personality, study re- GULF"Protective ;
veals. !ez bodY pests. ? ? recommends changing oil regularly.Its ER hr'Plu'J'.
duje G caBS S. Wes' ;C<'> equally important to use a good motor diator ding as ; .
This figure Is based on the dif- fo< 39 Lubticax to educe oil like Gulfpride, "The World's Finest A clean filter a i better mJeag 11/

ference between the estimated priceof Six Qu1Iex ;..hY Motor Oil,"or Gulflube,an extra-quality Iii eeon O""cally.de"makes" gas burn :
a post-war Jeep and the total i clean ra -
4 : oil that costs a few cents less. Ii thatorpreyents "
cost of the four farm units which, ; t

,e-,. ., according to extensive research and : ,

experimentation, it can replace. 'Zi +, .
A :Sr ; fI' ,
s}; y >
Y+ +r v ry'rcyi { :
Recent tests by accredited farm &&* &- ;;.:.:
experts including of the
Gulf Dealer do a .
"? help your
Department of Agriculture, reveal GASOLINE POWERS THE ATTACK DON'T WASTE A DROPI6efter thorough job on your car,
",, that the Jeep has "a great deal of Phone
make an appointment.
farm blood in its mechanical station.
1- or speak to him at/he
veins," according to Ward M. -70/'. cor catS 90tomorrow* Then you shouId encoun ter no
W ew
Canaday, president of Willys-Over- 1 delay when you get Gulf's Pro ,

q. land Motors, who said his ,company's -to cfiok'' I Iaatz4' services In aU Fce.Plan .
engineers have proven "on the soil"
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FltDPAY. MAY 03, 1044

EXPERIMENTS IN 'WAR CLASS OF 1966-THANKS TO GRANDMOTHER'S WAR BOND!" t. .... ((.. ..:"'",: ((":": :(,,:(,,:,,:,,:,,:,:,,)+:oo.o.o(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:....., ..,

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CATTLE, FEEDING A h 1'HETHR E BRRES ?i i %/ / i f: .' Let UsSupply t '

SUCCESS: SAYS U.S.S.C.The .s:.., '.I g

: 1 You With 't l

.,United ;States Sugar Corpora-
ton: .is conducting, what is declared i i
"successful" experiments in .' '"" -- -. !
tta be (
ftolshing" cattle for, ,market> -with- T' I

f.utthe. use of pasture or any grain '
in series of feed trials : '
"Whatsoever a / : WINDOW CARDSRULED '
,;at the Clewiston livestock pens, ,
Atfeich are considered of vital wartime r-, I t I '. .x ,
"significance ; ; i
of f.. :
In announcing, today success
tie<< trials Dr. B. A. Bourne, vice- '
| ; i
president and director of research 1 '

for the U. S. Sugar Corp., said use .
sow a grainless ration could be of utmost |: ENVELOPES :i:

; importance during wars when .
:grains ,are, needed for starving popu--' '- : ,., ,
and'for feeding of large ,
ilations ,
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\armies.Throughout., ;' :;:
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four trials operated | HANDBILLS I ; .::
Tby; 'the sugar company over periods ::: '- ... 1.

from 100 to 130 days, cattle fed on ,:. (: :,.;), l
'a non-grain diet averaged gains from :i: :'- / TICKETS' \t l f

'1.95 to ''2.48 pounds daily. ,i. .?
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; Dr. Bourne said 'major portion of tD RED : .
[ the diet consisted of lemongrass FOFus _:i:. ETC. "I ;

, :pulp and molasses feed a roughage {1ZEASUR t'DEPT z

'I' feed with 'approximately 30 per cent := At .a price surprisingly low I j

molasses ; .......................... o..:.

r :available in, self-feeding troughs; act as liaison between medical field Stuckey 9; Caldwell 9, Green 12; l
local selective service Cliett 8, King 10 Lundy 9, Wiggins ''
F: small percentage of high protein sup- agents and I ; : !!, <-
'. plements: in the form of cotton seed boards. 12.Moore. ::: .. :i: -

!, peanut or soy bean meal, depending The medical survey will be divided -' Haven, No.6: Rogers 115, .':'. r ..::..
Caldwell 141, Green .
i wen which is available, and the usual into two phases-the securingof Stuckey 101; ? Y
mineral supplements.. additional medical and social histories 80; Cliett' 55, King 152; Lundy 105, 'i' y

'. In two trials common steers with of registrants, and the securing Wiggins 117.Lakeport .

": a small proportion of good breed- of educational histories of registrants No. 7Rogers; 50, Stuckey i Quality Printing I

t.: 'ing were' used. A third group was from the secondary schools. 34; Caldwell 34, Green 53; Cliett e

r,:',., .of II r ford-Angus crosses, while The second phase of the study is already 15, King 63; Lundy 41, Wiggins 47. :: *
Hereford in operation through the cooperation Elderberry, No.8: Rogers 17, :
::; 'the fourth lot was grade
of school authorities. Stuckey 18; Caldwell 18, Green 17; .. II. .I :
:{ All conditioned on -
steers. were ..
; 'pastures and molasses un- Local draft boards will provide! Cliett 4, King 31; Lundy 20, Wig- s;

f, yttt: they were placed on full feed in 'the medical field agent with the gins 15. f. f..

<1. the experimental 'feed lots. names of registrants. Studies will Buckhead, No. 9: Rogers '7, Stuckey s "

:; Dr. Bourne pointed out that the 'be made of the registrant's school 5; Caldwell 8, Green 4; Cliett 5, :i: PHONE 39 ? {,,

.success of the trials was backed by 'record, adjustment to work, health, King 6; Lundy 0, Wiggins 12. y y

'the high dressing percentage of the personality or mental disorders, and I Citrus Center, No. 10: Rogers 19, ::
F "steers, Tanging from 54.91 to 60.63.In ,history of members of his family. Stuckey 15; Caldwell 26, Green 9; OUR REPRESENTATIVE

discussing the diet, he said The material to be submitted will 'Cliett 16, King 14; Lundy 23, Wig- I :
the feeding of cane molasses as a be confidential In nature and will gins 11. :: WILL CALL TO ASSIST YOU *

., :source of vitamins does not seem to be used only by the physicians making Muse, No. 11: Rogers 2, Stuckey XI X'j

liave received proper attention by the examination at the induction 4; Caldwell 7, Green 7; Cliett 6, I

commercial feeders!,! and experimental center. King 1; Lundy 7, Wiggins 7.
workers. The- necessity for medical surveys, f f
: No., 12: Rogers 8,
"Since many of the vitamins ordinarily :which are now in effect In all the Stuckey 3; Caldwell 8, Green 4; ::. LET'' US ESTIMATE' ON :f

: found in the grain used for states, was suggested to Selective Cliett' 8, King 3-; Lundy 3, Wiggins -r

:finishing steers are found also in Service by the large- percentage of 9. :;:: ,:, f": q i YOUR NEXT'ORDER, =i=
Florida cane molasses, it becomes inductees, who' have "cracked up" in
Brighton, No. 13: Rogers 7, y r y
training because of mental or physical -
'evident that an explanation our
; ; Stuckey 2; Caldwell 9, Green 0;
"' disability undiscovered at induction yx
ability to finish high grade steers I Cliett. 0, King 8; Lundy 9, Wiggins x
without any grain: whatsoever maybe I and who later had to be 0.

found partly in the vitamin contest I discharged from the service. 0 s;'' ':;. ,

< of Florida cane molasses de- y y

:rived from the high-nitrogen organic Sixty Persons --- y y y Y

. ".'soils aid. in the Everglades," Dr. Bourne Vote AbsenteeThere :_;: THE 'CLEWISTON NEWS :_

"The of molasses the : 1\\t\\ R\D\ 'S f y
feeding on \ tSma<< I + y
pasture ad libitum to steers pre- were a total of 60 absentee i .?. -<-

liminary to pen feeding has been i ballots voted up to Friday midnightin I ...... .... ...... . .... ... ..-.
and WAR BONDS -N N: : : :N:H.N: : :N: : : :N M M:NN, M: : :N:N:M N N;: :M N N N N:M:N:N:N:N M:N:N :N:N:H:N:N N:N M 1
found to be very desirable the office of County Judge R. M.

beneficial in that the animals adapt Harris in the second' primary elec-. ... .. ': 'J I II

themselves to pen feeding more tion.
after such conditioning
rapidly By precincts this is the breakdown .. .
treatment and to rapid
,begin make -- -- -
: in No. 1 there were 11, in
gains sooner," he reported.The 'I No. 2 the total was 11, 'in No. 2 : '

revolutionary diet, in ad- I there were 32, in No. 4 only 1 vot- I THE: OLD JUDGE SAYS. --i I

dition to its wartime value could ed absentee and in-,No. :5 there were .
'. prove of assistance to farmers during 5. None in precinct 6. 'I
? periods when grains are high- .
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priced and needed for purposes other Glades County Election r 1 I t -

'than he
, feeding, explained.

c Use of the diet to-day, he asserted,'Results GivenMoore j,---

<'' would aid in meeting the world

Shortage of foods, which already .
( Haven Democrat)
,: offers a serious problem to the
In the only county race on the I| !
Allies, who will face the tremendoustask
Glades County ticket J. J. Wiggins, i|
of feeding liberated nations
incumbent sheriff, defeated his opponent -!
once the invasion is underway. Cattle I
P. E. Lundy, by 57 votes in ,
and dairymen are now faced :
the unofficial count. Absentee { II
with an ever-tightening feed situation -
fi .- I votes which have not been opened by I &; "t
with the nation grain '
on a t
the canvassing, board as yet will !
-Import basis. change this result to some extent but : i !-

there are not enough of these to' : I Ii

1. 1 TO GRADUATE make any decisive change. Lundyled ,. FATtIr i I II
the three-wav sheriff's race in I
"Word has been received by friends
the first primary. The total vote I II
here that Nicholas William Schiffli,
was Wiggins 370, Lundy 313.
*son of Mrs. O. F. Schiffli and the j
Wilbur C. King of Zolfo Springs,
'J late Dr. O. P. Schiffli is to graduate
high in the first primary for State )
:trom Georgia Military Institute at
Senator from the Twentyseventhdistrict
r-- 14 Milledgeville, Ga., on May 29. It is
continued with undimin-
' 'r' 'flaifl that Nick plans to follow in his
ished momentum to win the nomina-
fathers footsteps by studying medi-
tion by a vote of almost two to one
-cine. Mrs. Schiffli and sons are now
over his opponent, the incumbentSenator I \
"making their home in Highlands,
Wm. C. Cliett of Wauchula.
"K C.Field. : 9f
King polled 1596 votes in DeSoto, I

1813 in Highlands, 1953 in Hardee I ;
Agents to Work and 425 in Glades for a total of I I
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5,787 carrying every county. Cliett
x -With H
Draft BoardsMoore t
had 700 votes in DeSoto, 784 votes | I I

in Highlands, 1315 in Hardee and I > "Did you hear that! Tom is going: to be well fed. We've got to keep them supplied : ;,
( Haven Democrat) 204 in Glades for a total of 3,003 I inducted into the Army next Week, Judge?" with the ammunition and equipment they I
Members of district welfare staff rotes "Yes, Frank told me this morning down need to finish their job. We've got to help

in all counties except Dade and Du-, County Voting Iy Precincts I f at the barber shop. Our town's got a let> of the Government pay for all these suppliesour '

val have been designated medical Moore Haven :No. 1, east of canal I men in the service now, Jim. In fact, all men need by buying more and more
field agents to work with local draft : Rogers 25, Stuckey 71 ; Cald- } towns have. I was just reading in the paper War Bonds. We'll have another big chanceto

boards in determining in advance well 50, Green 51 ; Cliett 34, King t where: there are more than 10,000,000 men do that by helping to-put the 5th War ; I ".- .,

; ot induction if selectees are capable, 63; Lundy 32, Wiggins 70. I away from their homes in the armed forces. Loan drive over the top, Jim. ,

.:' t:>f menial and physical adjustment Moore Haven, No. 3, Adkins Station i j And, from all reports, they're doing 2 grand "And, in addition, we must be sure that, t
to military service, it was announced ; Rogers 33, Stuckey 28; Cald- job bringing victory closer every day. while they're away and can't express their

here today by L. M. Lilly, member well 40, Green 27; Cliett 16, King 1 "We folks at home have a mighty big opinions,we don't go voting on and decidingany

of the district"' 8 Welfare Boaid. '45; Lundy 33, Wiggins 34. ] obligation to those 10,000,000 fighting men. things that will displease them when

In Glades County the designated Palmdale, No.4: Rogers 26 \ 4 We've got to produce the food to keep them they come back."

medical field agent is Mrs. Mattie B. Stuckey 37; Caldwell 34, Green 32; i.

-Snsell. The' position is an honorary Cliett 37; King 29; Lundy 31, Wig-, ._,
"<>ne. In Dade' and Duval counties gins 36. ;, advertisement sponsored by Conference Alcoholic :Beverage Indsalries.Inc.

: the Council of Social Agencies will North LaBelle, No. &: Rogers 10, ,

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; I RECENT BRIDE W. F. Serson. I FOR RENT: Nice room
Business was discussed and a so-

cial hour enjoyed. The hostess serv- I for man and wife. Apply .
', r. Personals ] ed refreshments of sandwiches,
cookies and colas. l Box )1246, Clewiston.
Others present were Mrs. E. E.

:* Kelly Mrs. A. Baum, Mrs. M. T. -
; of G. M. Ford was a business visitor "w hn'J ygy'yj,+Ci/ 1a : ; Hood and Mrs L, L. Tanner. "
Wednesday in Arcadia. T pScw CMp:AD, C">' The Circle extends a cordial invitation I ,
: to all of the people of Clew- I FOR SALE Three
,r' Mrs. George Serson left Thursdayto iston to any of the church services. i

spend a month's vacation with her Rev. Jelks of Lakeland will preach.j II rowboats, justright for
parents In Spencer, S. Dak. both morning and evening services
----.- Sunday the absence of Rev. Mead-, three, suitable for kick : i

Dr. C. E. Weaver and daughter or who is on vacation.
+tity'xy wCr 1i:.. t Yr ,?} ... i er. Good,condition; $15 1
of LaBelle were here on business }h' i i\awtti 3"p'4
a' ,___ Sunday MRS.: McLEXDOX HONORED each. See McCravey at

: Mr. ,and Mrs. C. L. Williams and Parkinson's.
daughter, Margaret, were' fishing at group of friends gathered at the
Fort Myers Sunday. home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mc- ---- --- ---- --- -
Lendon on Saturday evening, the
Lawrence Guthrie of the U. S. occasion being Mrs. McLendon's RABBITS FOR SALE !

,Navy is spending a. brief furlough birthday and the party was a com Have ,
with friends. plete surprise to the honoree. some New Zealand

i II1.. The guests brought all the food ; whites, pedigreed rab, ;
Miss Laura Ann Owens returned for an outdoor barbecue supper and ,
; last Thursday from a week's visit Mrs. McLendon....received many love- bits. All ages from two,
in Norfolk, Va. ly gifts. !
Attending were: Mr. and Mrs C. months to breeding age..

-,. Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence and i H. Berner, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bes- I Otto Larsen Clewiston.

Bonnie Faye spent the week-end 'IjStvYarn tor, Mr. and Mrs. 11.V.. Bigg, Mr. ;
visiting friends in Miami. and Mrs. S. L. Crochet Capt: and 3t D-Cn. ,
.-_- Mrs. R. C. Granere, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Veltri was in Moore Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Haven Tuesday to vote in the pri- '\ # ,H. Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills,
mary election. Mr. and Mrs. p. M. McIntyre, Mr.\ /wMNM.w

l; %..\. $''.:..;}}X1 and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mr. and Johnson's Fish Camp I
:, Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Lott are leaving ,/tt4:::vva,,' Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Mrs M. W.
i I tomorrow for'a few weeks va- S +: Wilder. I (Near Hurricane Gate) :
y t .
:a y ,n ,4? \
cation. 'qY3w ? I Clewiston, Fla.
Boats and Motors-Guide Service
Kiwanis Club Meets I
Hates Reasonable
Mrs Martin Schramm and son MRS. LOU PLACE

Billy returned Saturday 'to their Who, before her marriage here on April 30, was Miss June Hooker, the At Beardsley Farm W. H. Johnson, Mir.I .
F' home in Tampa after a visit herewith daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker. x -
y Mr. and ''Mrs. L. F. Cox, Jr --- !I .. -
------------' ------------------ ----- Mr., and Mrs. J. B. Beardsley entertained -

Hodges-Walden i eration of Garden Clubs ,convention the 'members of the Ki-l
yfi Miss Laura Ann Owens l left Thurs- held "in wanis
j recently Tampa was given Club with an outdoor supper' (
day morning for Orlendo where she i I by the new' president, Mrs. R. M at their farm Wednesday night. I J SURF COTTAGES
,. Ys,. will be a bridesmaid at the weddingof Mr. and Mrs. Arch Hodges I Bishop and by Mrs. E. L. Stewart There was no planned program 1:; RIGHT OX THE OCEAN

Miss Viola Curry today. announce the engagementof 1 ivlho: were delegates to the conven- for the meeting and the time was I i VACATION spot clese to home.
Nine miles north the Palm
their daughter :! of
tion. spent pleasantly in group singing, i Beaches, on U. S. Highway No.1 : .
Mrs. F. E. Dolger, Mrs. D. H. Doris Evelynto Installation of the new officers! eating and story-telling. There were OUR Coast Guard Jtase has ex- '
: Binkley and Mrs. G. G. Glasgow I pired and renovating will be completed :
; of
followed: Mrs. R. M. Bishop, presi twenty-six present including: three about June 1, when we plan -
Moore Haven were visitors here Larry I. Walden, Jr. dent; Mrs. W. C. Owen, vice-presi visitors: J. K. Rogers, Bill Walker to open.
( Tuesday. I Mr. Walden is the son, of Mr. and DUE to conditions we will operateon
.... i dent; Mrs. R. C. Nowling, secretary and Mr. Thomas. the American Plan. Reservationswill
,Mrs. Larry I. Walden, 'Sr., of Plant| and Mrs. E. E. Kelly, treasurer. be necessary with a minimumof
f J. E. Beardsley was in Miami Friday City. The wedding will take placein J The then turned a 2-day reservation. Our capacity -
| meeting
was over
20 to 25 guests.
1 ;': ',. '_ to attend a meeting of the Board August. to the new president who I announced FOR SALE: Good steel- YOU will enjoy the food rest, relaxation ,
,. ; swimming, .nd surf fishing -
of Supervisors of Everglades Drainage -
: I. that by a decision of a majority' framed baby buggy with: along. with the home atmos- ,,
Disfrict. CLEW1STOX GARDEN CLUB of the members there will be no reg- phere.
. J ," RATES-Double, $4 dally, $25
: ,. Mrs. S. HAS COVERED DISH LUNCHEON ular meetings during June, July and rubber tires. See Mrs.J. l weekly per" person. Single, $5
N. Mumford E.
V. Mrs.
L August but she urged all members, daily. $32 weekly.FOR .
J. Smith, Mrs. H. A. Case and Mrs. The Clewiston Garden Club held j as their duty, to give all of, the time Paul Bartz. 1 tc.I COTTAGES reservations 623 30th,St.write, West SURF Palm '
/ ,: ,; F. Deane Duff were visitors in its annual luncheon meeting on I j possible to. the Red Cross, surgica] -1 Beach, Florida, or Phone SO-iC.:) W. A. .
West ,Palm Beach- Monday. .. 1I Bound, Mgr J. 30
Mrs. El- dressing
T Thursday at the home room where_ workers are I
bert L. Stewart with Mrs. L. L. i badly needed. FOR SALE House!
ai Mrs. Lou Place spent the weekend Spicer, .Mrs. J''F.- Tippey: and Mrs.. It ,
: was also announced that the
= in West Palm Beach with her Wilson cohostesses.A trailer. See L. J: Pape
R. C. as J hostesses each month would auto- ,
' k. sister, Mrs. Geo. Crowe and Mr.
covered dish luncheon was serv-1 matically become
hostesses also for
Ventura Ave. 2tc. VIKING HOTEL '
7; Mrs. Crowe accompaniedher on \
the lawn and
ed on picnic tables on I the Garden Club week at the 'Cadet
home for a week's visit. there was a plentiful supply of good Club, 'being responsible for getting 31st & Collins Ave.

things to eat. The hostesses pro- workers and providing baked goods WANTED TO BUY -
;' Mrs. A. P.. Brink and her sister, iced
vided delicious cake and tea.
and refreshments.The .
-4 'Miss DorisIartin' left Carlton Brows Mcr.
Monday fora Following the luncheon the meet- Play pen for baby. Call Efficiencies A: Hotel Room
visit of several following members and
weeks in Buffalo, ing was called to order' by the presi- Yz block to beach and buses
N. Y. Miss Martin is guests were present at the meeting: Mrs.
returning to dent, Mrs. W. L. Lott. Monthly and Josephine Knightat SUMMER;: RATES
her home there after spending several Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. Gene Powers, I Former operators Churchill Hotel
annual reports "were read by the
, : weeks in Cl wiston. Mrs. J. K. Rogers, Mrs. E. L. )114. 1 Itp. I
I-: various committee chairmen. A mostinteresting'
report on the State Fed-:j art, Mrs.. R. C. Granere, Mrs. Stew-I
- Mrs McLendon, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, :
R. R. Hooks is leaving today j .
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:" for Tallahassee to attend the I R. C. Wilson, Mrs.G.. H. Brown
graduation 'exercises of her sister- Mr. ,and Mrs. O. -A. Jones left!1! Mrs. David Hancock, Mrs.' 'K. Bow-

.s in-law, Miss Betty Hooks from Flor- Thursday for Miami where they!}I 1 I I den, Mrs. G. L. Pitzen, Mrs. F. E. FRIENDS. -
r ida State College for Women next, went to meet their daughter, Miss Conkling, Mrs. W. A. Lewis, Mrs. r. .'" .,' '
Monday evening. Marianne Jones who has been attending I:,E._ W. Durst' Mrs. W. .C. Owen, Mrs f : ; : :, ,'

Florida State College for Long, Mrs.' R M. Bishop, Mrs L. L. -:.' : /

:1, Mrs. B. D. Keck of Stuart is the .Women during the past term. They | Spicer, Mrs. DeLozier, Mrs. Chas. MY SINCERE': THANKS FOR THE NICE VOTE YOU ,: ;
guest this week of her daughter, plan to be away about 'a week. 11\1. Pirkle, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs ..
Mrs. W. N. Martin and Mr. Martin. Deane Duff, Mrs. G., B. Rack- GAVE ME TUESDAY.

k : Mrs. L. P. Brown is visiting her The following group of membersof I straw, Mrs. Persons, Mrs. N. V. S.
mother, Mrs. P.. T. Wright in Mississippi the Varsity Club spent Sundayat Mumford, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. W J. O. Davidson. '
Fort Myers Beach, accompaniedby L. Lott, Mrs. Hood, Mrs. L. H. Rob-
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Martinez and bins, Mrs. Clarence Neilsen, Mrs. J.,
Among those from Clewiston who Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pape: Richard F., Tippey, Mrs. A.. L. Moorman. (Paid Political AdvertisementFRIENDS .)

attended the Eastern Star school of Pape,Marty Waldron, Jack Martinez, ,
: instruction at Pahokee Friday night Junior Martinez, Sherwood Hall, MRS.: McLEXDOX ENTERTAINS IA1 -- 1

{f were: Mrs. A. W. Lawrence- Mrs. Bruce Beardsley, Buddy Poole, Gene BRIDGE CLUIJ FRIDAY % .....' ,
Laura Vorhees, Mrs. A. 'G; Twiddy, Mills, Raymond Trice, 'Russ Owens, I
a; Mrs. "Glen Etherton, Mrs. V. C. Clarence Stiles, Dorothy Sealey, Mrs. C. L. McLendon entertained
Woodward, Mr. and Mrs:' C. M. Mamie Trice, Carolyn: Bryant. and her bridge club at her home Friday :

Pirkle. Billy Surrency, I night.. '.
A set ,of coasters for high score
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,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.+.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::.:..:..:..:..:. I went to Mrs. W. H.-Lauier, a double
'i. ," .:..' deck of cards to Mrs. U. M. Hare,
I Jr., as second high and a novelty
I i THANKS j I gift to Mrs. Foy Durrence, lowI
y I I scorer A pair of earrings went to For the votes and support in Tuesday.selectionl I

y j Mrs. R. C. Nowling as cut prize. desire to express my thanks and
y .
; :;: I wish i to thank all of my supporters :: Mrs.Other Frank members Conkling playing, Mrs. were Otto: appreciation.. -

:;: for their loyal support during campaign ; I Larsen, Mrs. Curtis Thompson and
my :: Mrs. Joe Hall.Refreshments. It is now time to start planning for musicin

:: for County Commissioner. ::_:: i of strawberry pie the schools-A Nursery -and School' Lunch
with whipped cream and iced tea
:.1.: J. C. Jackman. :.:; .I were served.LORRAIXE Room.
.. : (Paid Political Advertisement.) X I' TILFDRD CIRCLE Your help and suggestions and cooperation '

. .. .. .. . . . .. ........................ .. {I:MEETS:
:NNNN: :N: :N: :NNNNNN:- :NNNNN:NHNNNN: :NHNN:N: : : : : : : : : : : : :NN:NNN: :1 X11 I1 WITH MRS. kING will be needed to make a success of each

1. I 1I The Lorraine Tilford Circle of of these. Let us try to get them operating by

I'the Baptist WMU met at the home Sept. 1 st./ Now is the time for .the planning.
THANKS I of Mrs. A.: H. King Tuesday after- ,

noon for the regular business and I I shall do everything possibleto
',-' To the 475 faithful voters in Clewiston and Hooker's Point | social meeting with Mrs. C.: R. assure you
Krueger as hostess. make these things become a reality.
who, in spite of the many foul and untrue assertions brought out ;, Mrs. C. R. Krueger had charge of ,, .

against me during the ,last hours before the campaign ended, gave | the program in the absence of Mrs. --
Leon Bembry, who was in TampaJ Sincerely,
,"," me this splendid' vote of confidence. Such loyalty is deeply ap J 1( an operation on her eyes.

preciated. I Mrs. A. R. Broaderick gave the \ .
I, devotional and chose as her topic,
"The Ministry of Healing An Un- c. E. WEAVER MIDI
Mrs. Homer Taylor.Paid changed( Task." A reading, "With- ,
I[ out Love I Am Nothing" was given
( Political Adv.) !jlby! Mrs. Fred Topper and a reading, -PaSu,, PoMMc.il Atl\ iii
I/"All Who Come Need Help" by Mrs. C

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Buck Private Thought It ,
Time for Change of Status .

Accompanied by a driver, an LW.N.U.TEATURES AltViouK I cwrJt pknt"

American major in a motor vehi- -=kn. ) Flowers here. -
cle was stopped by the sentry on L .s CI \ in townhlectnc
guard at a cross-roads. ---:3-:: J D J sway ,
"Who goes there?" vp.hi 'h )

"One'American major., a one- QVEENS DIE come.
ton truck of fertilizer, and one
out t.t night
buck private. ._
They were allowed to proceed, PROUDLY And mz..ke ?. ..rde.n
but at every cross-roads they went in .
the.sky. rR'1'Cl'"t1 -
through the same'formula. @ dtrf7Ptjt&:
After a time the driver asked if WHITE J )C )

they were likely to be stopped FOREWORD because he had decided to becomean salmon's tail fin-gleaming above 0..0 .

again., Olympic platform diver and the runway; so I pumped the bike a
"I guess so," replied the major. there was a famous instructor on few times more, being thankful it
"Well, major," said the private, SINCE Lieutenant Colonel Frank the Coast the boy hoped he could was a good American bike I'd 0
"the next time we are stopped Kurtz and the other members of persuade to coach him. He did per- bought off a fighter pilot instead ol T

would you mind giving me priorityover the crew of the Swoose, who fur- suade him, but it wasn't easy to the junky Jap copies that are sc

the fertilizer?" nished the material for this story, earn his way through Hollywood cheap in Manila, only, my God, then WNU Features.

are as modest as they are brave, High School while he took the train- -just then-

they asked me to, point out that this ing. Before leaving him Frank had "I don't know whether .I got oft
oooeoeoooooo be complete decided to become a pilot. the bike at that point or not. Oi
not pretend to a
the South- All of it was hard, and Frank is fell off it. Or rode on a while, and
the air in
history of force
never quite satisfied, because he's'sure then left it lying by the runway.
:4'' V w west Pacific war, or even of the back that they all ,
510' \.w looking All I can remember is how Old 99
r. : achievements of the flying fortressesin could have been done maybe a little looked and, a little later, walking

Af y \yCi: those islands. better or at least a little quicker if over the field, slowly, toward her; MISCELLANEOUSSEND

0GO After they had read my com- he'd only worked harder; so naturally afraid to come too close, too fast.
pleted story, they insisted that many he's modest about them."I Think about it not as a plane that DIME or stamps for World's Smallest -

s men who did as much or more in don't know where it begins," has burned, or even'your own house States-book Bible. The form,,Constitution dime. Postpaid.of United Reel-
The comedy quiz- a' I this war as they, are mentionedhere he said. "Maybe with the Swoose. but like it was a good friend burnedup. foot Novelty Co., Tiptonvllle. Tennessee.

starring'THURSDAY only casually or not at all. Yet she wasn't my plane at the very And all that is left is that tall
( These omissions be- first. I think it begins with Old 99, silver tail still up in the air, not AGENTS WANTED
\ necessary
tsO'N} my very first plane, and with old even scorched or smoke-stained, andI
wished build the
t. cause I to storyon Tex, (Lieutenant Arthur Edward Gary.) am walking over the. field toward BOKO. JONESTOWN. MISS., kills trees
it and sprouts. Enough for gallon. $1.20.
l lot personal narratives, confining my co-pilot, and the rest of my Saves labor, money, time. Agents wanted.
wherever possible to what these five crew, that I saw lying there on her."Her poor old ribs black, twistednow

men had seen and felt, so in fairness Clark Field-eight in a line. ; and with the aluminum skin

f: to them it should be judged "Maybe it begins with Old 99 and melted off them so her carcass is Ocean Is Wash Tub .

NIGHTS I only on that basis. thoseeight in a line, lying so still, naked,_ and you can see right Because little rain falls and the

10:30: P.M. E.W.T. But within these limitations we and it was such bright, sunshiny through into the pilot's compart- landscape is parched, native women -

have striven for accuracy. Conse- ment, and the seats where I sat, and of Curacao, off the coast of
1 good old Tex; my co-pilot, right be- Venezuela, do their washing in the
the entire BLUE network quently I am proud that Lieutenant '
on r \ side me. And my control wheel, ocean and hang the clothes to dryon
General George H. Brett, who is'
and my two sets of pedals, and the cactus plants or reef prongs
CONSULT YOUR one of the ablest of that small group r nearby.
) duplicate set for Tex, only all melted -
f, ', LOCAL NEWSPAPER of officers who pioneered air powerin -S V or twisted with the heateventhe

r" the American army and who, wall bracket where the coffee

k<, McKESSON & ROBBINS, INC. soon after the original debacle on thermos used to hang is still there,

!I'' CALOX TOOTH POWDER Clark Field, took command of the 1 only all twisted. And her four mo- ,
1 r. BEXEl VITAMIN B COMPLEX CAPSUtESeoeooeooeeeo tors tumbled forward out of their
Far Eastern air forces and in six 'j tl7L 'x""ysro'
'r e- \ nacelles in her crumpled wings'onto a q
:, months laid the foundations for our 1 Dr. FRED Palmer's Skin 'Y r o
eventual could the ground-everything about Old 99 Whlt.n r lightens tanned r a
Pacific victory, after '
dark skml
Easy wayl 25c nt y
still there melted and bent
only drugstores,User days a directed. -
the write
reading manuscript, me .
and ruined and her back saggingand Satlqfactton or Money t, ;.
iS Bach.
that "as far as memory serves, the' 3c postage.FREESAMPLE.Sfnd Galenol.Dept. V.
RHEUMATIC PAIN broken, like you would take a
Box 25-1. Atlanta. Georgia
,; incidents you described of opera- delicate silver flying fish between DR. FRED PALMER'S

,V'': -' Need not put Spoil off your gettingC2223 Dar Get after It to NowDon't relieve tions in Java and Australia are his- your fists and break its back and SKIN WHITENER,

f-\, pain of muscular rheumatism torically correct"W. drop it on the ground to die.
t and other rheumatic pains. Caution: L. WHITE. "Everything there, only somethingelse
i':': Use only as directed. First bottle too. And I couldn't make out For ONLY 1O NOw
f; purchase price back if not satisfied.
u': 60c and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223 CHAPTER I what it was. Yet I 'must have Less than
guessed. Because I began to feel] 1--
&:,:, sick at my heart and my stomach Ith t
The old Fortress
grizzled Flying
when I that curious half-burned
saw I
stood on the of an American
cONsriPYION runway ITCBBpt t
f bundle of something lying there un- (
airfield, presently to depart for an-
other continent and another war der ,the crumpled wing, and as I got
ti i':: SLOW YOU UP zooe. Those'scratches on her 'run, b br closer I couldn't even deny to my- w
:> '0 When bowels' are sluggish and you i self what it was. One of my crew.
N w. feel irritable, headachy, dO.as millions ning gear were made by sand grainsof Lying under there. And right be-
F; do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the'modern Wake Island when she was on her i : a dose
side him another. Poor faithful
,j' chewing-gum laxatiye. Simply chew way to the Far East before the war. Ili '" 1'" m p Use only as directed.
FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed, That little dent on her wing was boys, following orders, staying loy-
:." .' taking only in accordance with package ally by Old 99 even in the face of
';,": directions-sleep without being dis made by a spent-bomb fragment the the advancing Japanese bomb
turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough day the war began, when the Japanese -
;' relief, helping you feel swell again. Try destroyed all but a very few tern across the field like a hailstormand
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy of our Far Eastern Air Force on under the plane's crumpled
and economical.A generous family supply belly still another, and under the
Clark Field in the Philippines. She
.costs only tail our little Dodson-he must have IRRITATIONS OF
FEEr -A-MINT O was Of one the of very those few few.to escape. Clark tlt I lr run'under there for shelter, and Old SUJl I EXTERNAL CAUSE .

i. v 99's tail settled down on him as her Acne pimples, eczema, factory dermatitis -
Field, she is the only one to come
back girders melted when she simple ringworm, tetter, salt rheum w
home, and now, her guns removed, bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken-
A Bomber Reports she is an old war horse turned out Fortress burned. But only after had walked out skin. Millions relieve itching, burn-
The grizzled qld Flying
around the ,tail could I see the eightin ing and soreness of these miseries with
From the Dutch we get this re- to pasture, the transport plane of a stood on the runway. line."There. simple home treatment. Goes to work at
port turned in by a Netherlands three-star general of the AmericanAir a once. Aids healing, works the antiseptio .
pilot after he'd bombed a Japanese Force. day, and so quiet after the Jap they were, lying so very way. Use Black and White Ointment onlyas
bombers left. still on this beautiful quiet day, my directed. lOc, 25c, 50c sizes. 25 years'
in Netherlands
airstrip occupied
Lieutenant General George H. Brett
success. Money-back guarantee.
of Old 99's in
East Indies: "Beg to report USA, who until recently commanded the "Only if I begin here maybe no- eight boys crew a cleansing is good soap. Enjoy fa-
honorable airstrip has lost face." Far Eastern skies for the United Nations. body would understand 'what his senseless, irregular line toward the mous mack and White Skin Soap daily.WfvJSuIlIl .
On her side is a jaunty emblem plane and his crew means to a pilot; woods, to which they had been running -
daubed there by the hand of some that it's like his home and his fam- for shelter when they all had

r ; C G boy, unknown now and probably ily. Boys you've lived with and been killed at once, and left sprawl- ?

'SNAPPY dead-the outline of a misshapenbird worked with for months. Your life ing as they died. '

FACTS "The Swoose">half swan and has depended on them and their "I remember standing there by II e, FOR Kim ACHES AID run or .

ABOUT half goose"-taken from a jingle, lives on you. And you've seen the the tail and counting one, two, RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO (... '-

and beneath it the skeptical legend"It pictures of their wives or girls, and three, in that line and so on up to '..tli\ I

RUBBERNatural Flies?" know just where they carry themin eight, toward the woods-my boys t

: It did, for countless thousands of their wallets, and how proud they and each one I knew. Standing

miles through cloud canyons and are of them, and you've told them there*' I could'see it but not realize

1I I over oceans and islands of the war about !your' wife, and they know it even though I knew it-knew

zone, and now in the shade of her what you hope for in the future, and which ones would have their wives'

rubber Is still something wing sit six who have a story to what you haven't told them you and girls' crumpled pictures in their

of a mystery, even after tell. The pilot,. is standing. He is know they've guessed, and the same pockets. I knew they were dead
and I started walking down Large Bottle!!.wis utMtl12| -Smal Size 60c
them. now,
years of laboratory experi- Frank Kurtz, who has been three with you about *
'. ments. It has carbon and hydrogen times a member of the championship "And the plane-it isn't somethingthat that irregular line of men who had IT All COOO DRUG STORES: it BT RAIL 0)lectipt tl price
but there are other American Olympic Team as a belongs to the Government witha been running toward the woods, and McHEIL DRUG CO. lie. JACXSORVIUE /. FLORIDA

qualities which have not as high diver, who a year ago was a number; it's Old 99, the beautiful then very suddenly it began to get
yet been determined. lieutenant in the 19th Bombardment new Flying Fortress that belongsto me. For a while I don't know whatI

: Before the war, 60 per cent of the Group, and who now holds the Dis- you. It's more than your home did. Then I remember going along Types of Insects
tires and tubes made each year tinguished Flying Cross and the Sil- -it's, well, a kind of a sweetheart. the line from one to the other, talk- There are about 624,000 types of
were used as replacements 80 ver Star, and is a lieutenant colonelat All of you picked her up off the as- ing to each the way I always would, insects in the world.
percentofthenewmotorvehiclessoldreplaced thirtyone.The sembly line at the Boeing plant and patting him on the shoulder

those annually scrapped. others are Margo, his pretty, where she was born a beautiful, like he were alive, because for me \VNU-7 20-44llelp

Brazil rubber selling at $3.06 blonde, blue-eyed wife; Captain Har- smooth, shining, naked thing. Then they weren't dead yet. And cry-
a pound in 1910 stimulated ry Schrieber, his black-eyed, black- all of you took her up over the ing. And I'm not ashamed of that.
the development of the Middle haired navigator; Master Sergeant clouds and wrapped that beautiful "Talking to each, from good old

(f East plantations to the extent Charlie Reeves his bombardier; blue star-spangled gown of the skies Sergeant Burgess, who was nearest e

t that 3,000,000 acres were Master Sergeant Rowland Boone, his around her, which is the way every the plane, on down the irregularline ,
t under cultivation in 1915, gunner; and Master Sergeant "Red" Fortress ought to be dressed, be- to dear old Tex at the very
providing the bulk of ther Varner, the merriest embalmer in cause they're the Queens of the,high end, with all his clothes torn off by Them Cleanse the Bloodof
world's supplies. blast. ,I recognized his shoul Harmful Body Waste
the Air Corps, who a few years ago skies. the
a comfortable little undertaking "And you're t u damn proud of ders. They were a fighter's big Your kidneys are constantly filtering
ran from blood stream.But
; waste matter the
r p'? parlor out on the Coast. her, all of you-knowing you're fly- broad shoulders-Tex had been box- kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot

"Red" is now crew chief of the ing a Fortress which everybody ing champion of Texas A. & M. act impurities as Nature that intended-fail, if retained to may remove -

.0 6 li Swoose, and lords it over the ground admits is the best ship in the business "So maybe for me it begins whenI poison the !system and upset the whole ,
0' crews who swarm 'over her to check So there isn't anything any of got to where Tex was lying, and body machinery.Symptoms be nagging backache.
", her engines when she hits the you won't do-pilots and greaseballsof sat down by him to talk it over, lift- persistent headache may ,attacks of dizziness

t.!' ground. the ground crew alike-to keep ing his'curly head with one hand getting under the up eyes nights-a feeling swelling of puffiness nervous ?
i Since this teas written, all the master her polished and adjusted and tick- and patting his hairy back with the anxiety and loss of pep and strength. N
sergeants of the Swoose crew have been ing like the high-precision watch she other. It was still soft and warm. It order Other are signs sometimes of kidney burning.or bladder scanty dis,7 or
commissioned. was when you got her. wasn't a body yet. It was Tex him- too frequent urination.

Meanwhile Frank, the pilot, paces "Well, as I said, there was a self at the end of that sprawlingline. treatment There should is wiser be no than doubt neglect.that prompt Use "", .
up and down. It.isn't easy for him rise in the runway, and as I ped- I told him I didn't know why Doan't Pills. Doan'i have been winningnew
to begin. Few things have been easy aled up it, for a minute I was afraid this had happened any more than he They friends have for a nation-wide more than forty reputation.Are years..
for Frank Kurtz. It wasn't easy as what I would see, looking ahead. did. But they could trust me to find recommended by grateful people the
a boy, when he earned his living But then my heart suddenly gave a out, so it would never happen again. country over. A,k your neighbor ..

selling papers on the streets of Kan- big pound because there was Old But regardless of that, he must understand 1

sas City. It wasn't easy later to 99's vertical stabilizer-the big curve this wasn't the end. e
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K IDS in Hollywood with talent area
METRO'S going to do big tfxjiiKwip( dime a dozen. Ability alone
'' the week of June never has made a picture star. Sure
RiEP : Van Johnson has talent. But he has
-4 22nd, in celebration of the or- 0e
twentieth birth- i something more importantwarmthand

:.: ganization's day. Their first big picture J aNO Etr o I : makesfriends sincerity of the persouaiity kind that stick that
was "The Big Parade"; their. TOD l through thick and thin. Van is too

thousandth, now being shown, modest to think of himself as'a star.
is "The White Cliffs," starring Success to him is a fantastic mir'
lovely Irene Dunne. During acle. He expresses the deepest appreciation -

anniversary week practically every and means it, to those
movie theater in the nation will show c ) who have believed he could make it.

/ some Metro picture-a short, a Last March a near-tragic automo-
newsreel or a feature. At the studio bile accident struck him down just '
',, there'll be a ceremony honoring as he got a top
,k those who have served the companyfor role with Spencer
20 years. And a coast-to-coast Tracy and Irene
? broadcast will feature every star un- /i / Dunne in "A Guy Pd a y I
der contract to the studio. King Named Joe."
Vidor's "America"" and "Dragon The pulse of life
Seed," with Katharine Hepburn, will wavered within
1': feature in the celebration.Chili him as Van lay
: on a hospital cot.
Williams, model now under yQ f A nurse held a
J;,. contract to RKO, is too popular for J ati.I mask over his
) the good of her bank account. One face, preparing

:; photograph in a weekly' magazine him for an emerVan Johnson
o gency operation.A .
big man with gray hair walked

4; /, i into the room.Standing .
l' % By

,J "Would you hold this mask on his
'QC aLL Ikci ; face a moment?" asked the nurse.
r K The man did. Later he stood out-
,;' /) 1\J'\ side the door of the operating roomas
Van was wheeled inside, and,
J waited till he came out again.

That man was Director Vic Flem-
"j \ ing, who has more heart than most
p 1 WHAT'SHE folks give him credit for.

; DONE But I'm getting ahead of the storyof
-1'1", ,' ,# ? Van Johnson, a husky, typically
4 NOW. American kid with unruly red-gold
hair, freckled face, a pair of bright

A brought her 40,000 requests from blue,,eyes, and an infectious smile.
servicemen for pin-up pictures. Back in Newport, R, I., he was apopula'r
Think what'll happen after they see :1 i song-and-dance: man from
her in "Having Wonderful Crime"! 0P. the time he wore knee pants. He
'" .,: wowed 'em at the various clubs,
I ,
lodges and church socials.In .
When the temporary chairman of .
the Republican national conventioncalls I l' 1937 Van headed for New York.

the party delegates to order, .. Luck landed him in "New Faces."
the National Broadcasting company .' The show ran for nine months.

; f will have completed six months of Ups and Downs
1 r preparation; for the sixth time, ) ,
Then Van's luck out. He
: ran pa-
: y, they'll handle both the big political
conventions.A .- ..: tronized the hot dog stands around
--7 Times square until he. heard aboutan
program of real importance will PROPPED A .SHELL -AND HE EXPLODED !' ] audition for the summer circuits
in the Catskills. For his,audition he
originate over about'' 500 radio sta-
"You Go to Head." Then
sang My
tions this month; it's "The Life of
he smiled, and was hired for $9 a
Premier and Field Marshal Jan C.,
)I week and board.
: Smuts of South Africa. The South
r:, African Broadcasting corporation at I "Our circuit started at Swan lake,
Johannesburg made dramatizationin ."'. i Liberty, N. Y.," Van said. "We
13 episodes, and the discs were I were just a bunch of ambitious kids,
flown to New York and there reprocessed ,: :" and loved it. I had a broken-down
a into master recordings. By ,' ;, .: wardrobe that served many pur-
:! The series begins with the discoveryof poses.
J. Millar WattWNU
Back in New York Van made
diamonds and gold in South Africa ,
tells the legendary exploits of daily rounds. Finally he ..went to
the famous field marshal, ends with t worK at tne noxy
the Union of South Africa as one of r I theater. There he

the United Nations. //00 Y y yLek met Lucille Page,
---?: IReleae.A bI o dIeite, anacrobaticdancI-
+" Relatives and friends in Wades- er, and one of

s,, '. boro, N. C., of Pvt. Rowland S. Pru- many friends,who
ett had heard nothing of him since YOI/RF SORT OF WHEN SOMETHING SURE) gave him a hand.
s-' he was reported critically ill in an s a PHILOSOPHER IN GOES WRONG; ( THAT'S THE Van's singing }
Italian hospital-until they heard his (y4r p'BUSWESS) MATTERS, ISM'T IT THE RULE '+ IDEA// teacher helpedhim
a voice when he spoke from Algiers on o -4 AREN'T YOU, TOSMILE ? BE ,, land a job f
BOSS? CHEERFUL ABOUT :{t with "Eight Men +
the Allan Jones-Frankie Carle air WELLYOU
{, show. His wife and mother were M ; SEE I'VE BEEN R 'CAUSE IT ;: .vvvn..Y. of Manhattan."
: SUCCESSFUL I MAY HAVE Martin His salary was
called out of prayer meeting by ; Mary
: friends in time to hear his last few WORSE? =- $50 a week: They
words on the broadcast, which later l A had a week in Buffalo, then into the
., Rainbow room, where Mary Martinwas
was done over for them by the local
t station. the toast of the town.
--7: "Mary was a peach," Van said. '

Maybe it was because he was kid- E'S % .x'L "Never stopped boosting for me. She"
had more faith in me than I did.
naped at the age of three months, or .
perhaps it's because of his appear- ? ---- Try, Try Again
ance in a mystery play when he was .t.i,.s.ran From then on Van did a bit of
three; Frank Readick doesn't know, .
+ everything, in a chorus here, doinga
p but he's been living a profitable life
and dance there wind-
song finally
I of crime for some time: He played SINK SEE, QUOTED CO. FORTV-EIGHT SENSIBLE, I I p! f wHAT AI ing up in Hollywood. There he made
: % the title role in "The Shadow" for s i
::1 3 PERCENT TOO LOW ON one picture, "Murder in the Big
eight years; he's the villain in "The "
THAT NINE CARLOAD J House, then was dropped. Van was
Crime Doctor," "Gangbusters," T BOLT ORDER packed for New York when he
"Mr. District Attorney," and other
stopped in at Chasen's. He walked
is air shows, including "Portia Faces E straight into Lucille Ball whom he
'_- Life." 0Ili had met ,in Chicago. Bill Grady,
.'s, }E-- N't
MGM talent ,scout, was sitting at ; e
Gen. H. H. Arnold, commandingthe I i the: next table. Lucille spoke up for
army air forces, recently wrote t Van with the result that he was test-
y-' the president of Paramount express- 0G Ili, i ed with Donna Reed and two days
ing his appreciation of the compa- later had an MGM contract in his
:' ny's wide distribution of "The Mem-
pocket and a smile in his heart.
phis Belle." There's a picture thatno People liked his smile and the way
one can afford to miss. It's a WNU Features. .o he handled himself.,He got 'a chance .
four-reel Technicolor documentaryfilm I I II o to; play a flier in "A Guy Named
dealing with an American Joe." The picture was well under
bomber mission over Germany, and"superb" I EAT AT HOME NO TROUBLEA CRAZY QUIZ way when Van had his accident.And .
_, and "thrilling" are much I the picture waited for his re-
x too tame a description of it. covery.
'h sentimental woman was married -
"Double or Nothing radio's old- 0 to an unromantic man. One Gratitude Pays Dividends"What
est quiz show, is working hand in 4' evening she said to him with a sigh: can I say about it?" Van
(cz-' hand with the movies these days. "Would you mourn for me if I were asked. "You can't put such thoughts
,:1,>- John Reed King and Frank Forest to die?" c into words. But my gratitude to v
went to Colorado Springs for the "Oh, yes," he mumbled, "of Louis. B. Mayer, to Spence, Irene
first showing'of "Buffalo Bill"' ; right course I would." Dunne. Vic Fleming:, Keenan Wynn,
after that, the quiz show went to and everybody on the lot who was
Philadelphia for the grand opening Diner-Waiter, this soup is awfully "And would" you visit the ceme- pulling for me to get well is bound-
of "Mark Twain." Now all they needis thin! tery often? Nit-So you're a math whiz. Let' less. My debt can never be paid."
some more bigger and better Waiter-Yes, I know. The chef "Certainly," he said, with a l little see you tell me what figure will revive Now Van's playing Lieut. Tex
movies, with celebrities to appear wants the customers to see the pret- more animation. "I pass it on the a lady when she's fainted? Lawson, the lead Tokyo raider, in
on their show. ty design on the plate. way to the local anyhow." Wit-Easy. Just,bring her 21! "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo."


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I England. Gene that he LeRoy flora Tanner
:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":":.. } from says and Christine Duna- Young, People's ..meeting at '6:00 p.
IC.-- to be home for a timeI way
I'had hoped I m., for all high school and Junior
I before this but can see no chance -Training. Overseas Refreshments were" served to high young peoples. The discussion

now of coming unless and until Ilitl i Claire Iledke, Sue Cornette, Iris of the Bible will be continued.You .

With Il lr ,decides to call it quits and he'sa AN AIR FORCE SERVICE COMMAND -! Ann Wright, Joyce Turner, Chris- are cordially invited to worship -

little pessimistic about that being I I STATION, "Somewhere ini 1 tine Dunaway, Shirley Benbow, Margaret with us.GETS .. _

s I very soon. He finished his tour of England"-SISgt. LeRoy, Hare, son; Himrod, Eleanor Sue Holland,

Our Boysin j operations In a B-17 and was awarded of Mrs. Maude Hare of Clewiston,I Joyce Tanner, Helen Espenlaub and ADVANCEMENT::

; the Distinguished Flying Cross is now overseas and has participated \ Elnora Tanner. _
and the air medal with three oak --
in designed I U.
I leaf clusters. He would have been CLEWISTON COMMUNITY: : '
the between training in the Jacksonville
theService gap Fla., May 25-Leon C.
allowed to come home at that time CHURCH
States and soldiering in an active Redish, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. L.
but instead he volunteered for David C. Hancock, Minister
I theater of war. C. Redish of Clewiston, was recently -
another tour of operations in British At Air Service Com
one of the advanced in petty officer ratingto
I Mosquitoes, which, he says, are great mand stations known as Control Depots SUNDAY, MAY 28, 1944 Aviation Machinist's Mate 2nd

planes and will get you a long way SSgt.| : Hare was carefully Sunday School 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. class from 3rd class.
I in a short time. Says he misses the -
processed by classification experts E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor Redish, who passed extensive
1 old town and will be coming back assoon who made certain that he was well- all ages.Morning written

...:.:: :.:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:.:.,:.: : as the war is over. fitted for the job assigned to him. Worship, 11:00: a. m. A vancement examinations, is. a mechanic to win in the the ad-

Security training, personal hygiene, nursery for small children is con- aviation delivery unit on the Jack ,,.
From Sgt. Joel H. Draughon in Also from- England comes a let a talk by a Special Service Officer I ducted .by the Mothers' Club at the sonville station. '<',
of the U. S. M. C. R. I facilities for
San Diego, Cal., informing him of Community Center.
ter from SJSgt.! Joseph A. Duncan His wife, Mrs. Gaudy Waters
comes a letter this week asking us healthful recreation, and a lectureby "The Gift the Spirit" is the
and he appears to be pining for a of Redish; resides in South Jackson
to make a correction concerning the I little warm Florida. sunshine, saying the Chaplain are all in turn partof theme of the minister's sermon. ville.Thanks .
which his public relations officer the G.I.'s preparation for his
story '
that they had enjoyed (?) a'
sent us a couple of weeks ago overseas duty.
I heavy frost on May 10. And if you
concerning his employment. ttl' His next station will be one from!
the of Scotch,
grumble over price \
'seems that the Public Relations office I which America's fighting planes take
shed! a tear for the boys over there \1
his employment record' off to smash the Nazi machine.
got ; war
for Joe says a recent bottle cost himI .1
mixed with that of a buddy from four pounds, ten shillings. These Before entering, the Army, he was

'Tacoma, Washington, and his hometown I j RAF boys could tell you how much employed by .the U. S. Sugar Cor- Fo ,
paper carried part of the story poration.
that was in U. S. currency but we ,
:' which should have been Joel's whilewe I
figure it roughly at twenty-two
carried part of the story: which i(i bucks. MRS. MONTGOMERY: ENTERTAINS

should have been for the Tacoma KATHLEEN: MALLORY CIRCLE
.youth. I I

It seems that it was only in his I Imployment I Parker also has a letter from Cpl. The Kathleen Mallory Circle of

record that they: slipped Bob Horne who is somewhere in the WMS met at the home of Mrs. "\

lip and Joel says that the reason he I I Italy. His letter was written on W. A. Montgomery Tuesday after- ,\. j. ,
asks for correction is that everyone May 1 and he had just received his noon for the monthly meeting. ,

t: here knew that it was incorrect. He first mail since his arrival there Mrs. Fred Sikes had charge of the For your vote>of confidence Tuesday

'. did work for the U. S. S, C. in the from the U S. Bob said he had his devotional and a very interesting I

w, commissary department, he says' first taste of war on the way' over program: was carried out after which I I which made.me:: Commissioner? of District

but only as a stock record clerk. and while he was unable in his let- a social hour was enjoyed., ,
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(. We gladly make the correction, ter to describe just what had hap- Refreshments of sandwiches, I No. ,2.., ,, :
r. :; :Joel, and are rather pleased to know pened he indicated that his outfit cookies and colas were served to >.t -

',:-. 'that public relations officers can had come out on top. It must have Mrs. Ben Bolton, Mrs. Sikes, Mis. .. ,
'.f; make mistakes even as a small town been quite 'an experience, however, Arch Hodges, Mrs. E. F. Phillippi, .

h. editor. for he says he's perfectly willing to Mrs Fred Dunaway, Sara Beth and I In I efforts/
s, stay over there on terra. firma until Billy Sikes and John Himrod. return, pledge my best
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the war is over rather than make
Pat McGehee graduates this week: --- for and wholehearted
: another trip back across the pond TACKY PARTY FOR G.A.'s I unity cooperation
troni_ the school, at Blytheville,
I while it's going on AT MONTGOMERY HOME
as a civilian pilot in the Ark"j
the benefit of
:: "vision'of the transport i I Tor all districts. .' .

;- 'and will leave for Mempihs,. Tenn., I Mrs. Bowden received a very interesting Mrs. W. A. Montgomery 'enter ; ,'.
r for a few days to' await assignment. letter this week from J. tained the Junior Girl's Auxiliaryat I -. ...

: :,., He is making application for and K. "Skeet" Weaver who says that her home Friday with a tacky "
-, hoping to obtain a position as pilotof at last he can say that he has been party. i! B0 Waldron

a transport plane on one of the stationed on Guadalcanal and since Sue Cornette won the prize for

established airways in this country. he last wrote has spent three weeks the best costume, she coming dress-

During training he has been flying j in New Zealand with his battalionfor ed as an old-maid school teacher. I '

AT-9's, regarded as one of the a much-needed rest. There they Various outdoor games were played (Paid Political Advertisement.)

-. trickiest planes in the air. found plenty of food and beer and and a one-act comedy was staged on i

r were treated like kings, a great re- the terrace by Shirley Benbow, El- t J J j i-.Ff5rtt.f5. aK m&n _-...,, '" .=v- _

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have escaped illness and : \
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: ;- to Georgia last year, is ,', '' "' ,' ::r. .
that not a man has been lost in their : -
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?;'.:. South Pacific and for some time has'which he says are called Tiger Eyes ;...
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,, They are very pretty shells and will y
bert Hooker, also of the U. S. Navy

,:. Is now stationed at Tarawa. I make a necklace which any person .. k '
would treasure.
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A letter to friends this '" '" Ir
week from -
Wilbur Goff who is stationed with There comes also "a letter from ; -it-i, '

the Navy Sea-Bees in the Russell Wm. E. Oliver who lived in Clewis- ,

Islands brings the news that he has ton about ten months before enter- t'' "

just received his promotion to Chief ing the Navy. He is now in a (.',

Carpenter's Mate. It seems' that school for'' Aviation' Machinists F r ,

Wilbur and Dick Hooks are stationed Mates at Norman, Okla., after Y r!i

on the same island and both I spending four months at Great t

have the same rating and during the Lakes. Says he is palling around .

past few weeks they have seen Owen with Paul Akin, another Clewistonboy .'''

,. "Winn, a Marine stationed down in who is stationed at Norman and .

that I area, and Jimmy Elmore whois he likes the country fine except for $ -

also in the same vicinity. the dust. We once ,paved a road .. ,..
I about twenty miles south of Normanat -.\. ,
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