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: June 2, 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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CLASS 18 TO BE, Blooded Stock Is


FR. T. J. GEARY are now on sale for the COMMENCEMENTThe The second shipment of blooded. I ELECTION RESULTSFive \
dance which will be held at Sugar- stcok to be received by United

land Auditorium tomorrow (Satur- States Sugar Corporation for the
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I The Senior Class of Clewiston day) evening honoring the graduat- members of the Senior Class' cattle breeding project, was a car- absentee and three soldiers' t

High 'School began their graduation ing class from Riddle Field, Course of Clewiston High School will receive load of Hereford cows, calves and ballots were: added to the official _
week hearing an excellent baccalaureate 18. one bull which arrived this week election f
' by : their diplomas tonight when count for the second primary ;,
: sermon which was de- Johnnie Weisman's orchestra of commencement exercises are held from Lynchburg, Va. by tho canvassing board which ,
livered by Fr. T. J. Geary, pastor of, Miami has been engaged for the at the High School auditorium and The cows were purchased by Dale met Friday afternoon in the office
'i St. Margaret's Catholic Church, at' dance and a gay evening is assured. another term of school will be of- Snodgrass at the same time he pur- of County Judge R. M. Harris for
Park Auditorium Dancing will begin at 10:00 and chased the Aberdeen-Angus stock the ';
the Sugarland on ficially closed. purpose. The board was made
'3, r Sunday evening. end at 2:00 and the public is cor- Guest speaker will be Clyde Wilson recently received, from the Ivy Hill up of John L. Hall, county super

i Fr. Geary's talk was concerned dially invited to attend. of Sarasota, young state at,,pfn- Farm of Forest, Va. Eighteen of visor of registration, Judge Harris I
: largely with the necessity for adhering The price of admission will be ey from this district. The valedic- the twelve cows in the -shipment and Asa Townsend, county commissioner til I

.' strictly to the ten commandments $1.50 per couple and $1.00 single. tory address will be given by Kath- have young calves.WELFARE of Felda district. Total vote :a\

in everyday life and pointed eryn Watton Jackson and the salu- cast was reported as 1524. ," ;;,-. '- out to the graduates how, by following McCorkle Home Is tatory address by Mary Mathis. GRANTSHIT There were mailed in civilian i j'

'i. h':'!: these few simple: laws, their The complete program is as follows ballots ,in precincts 1, 2 and 3 but ,I\\
;\ :. lives could be made really worthwhile Badly Damaged By : PEAK IN soldiers' tickets were all in pre ''!

'f .- to themselves and to their 'Prelude, Berceuse by Jocelyn, cinct 3.Here. V !- i
: Fire On ThursdayThe HENDRY COUNTYCombined 4 "I.
-' It an understandable is the
I., neighbors. was Mrs. M. R. Stroud.Processional complete official i
j ,:"."',/ and practical talk and well- Coronation March count given as the ballot read, cover- :

', ''' ,'' filled with good advice for not only home on the Ridge occupiedby from La Prophete. -Mrs. Stroud. old age assistance, aid ing state and county, mailed in and :

,the, graduating class but all others Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McCorkleand Invocation, Fr. S. D., Mason!, pas- to the blind and aid to dependent soldiers' votes included and given .J',
present. owned by the Clewiston Realty 'tor of St. Martin's Episcopal Church. children reached a new high in :Mayin by precincts, numbers 1 to 6: ;

As a prelude the Community and ,Development Corporation, was Salutatory-Mary Mathis. Hendry county with grants distributed GOVERNOR Millard Caldwell, .

: 'Church choir under the direction of badly :( damaged by fire of unknown: Address-Hon. ClYde. H.- Wilson. amounting 'to $2,417.50, 475, 143, 208, 46, 36, 73, total 981. ."

J. E. Beardsley' sang "Dark Water" origin at noon on Thursday.Mrs. Valedictory Kathryn: Watton or at the rate of $29,010 a year, according Lex Green, 141, 90', 138, 34, 49, 63,
and immediately following this be- McCorkle' stated today that Jackson. to information released by total 515.: ..

: gan the processional, "The Heavens there was no fire left burning in Awarding of Diplomas-Dr. C. E. Leland W. Hiatt, state welfare com- REPRESENTATIVE CONGRESS '

' Resound" during which the nine the house when she left for workat Weaver, county superintendent of missioner. Dwight L. Rogers, 279, 87, 117,

seniors attired in caps and gowns the hospital at 9:30. The fire schools. Hendry county is in District 8, 24, 35, 53, total 595. L. L. Stuckey 1

,'. ':. filed in from the rear of the audi-: evidently started in the back bed- Benediction-Rev. David C. Han- and Mrs. J. A.. McGehee of Clewis- 304, 118 182, 45, 44, 83, total ,
: torium. room in the northwest corner of the cock. ton is county member of District 8 776. ":,{

.; :.,. ;.:'. s The invocation was given by Fr. house and in that room there was Recessional, Grand March from welfare board. SHERIFF.' ,-Bill Maddox, 440, 109, ,

: )Geary in the absence of Rev. David no stove and no electrical appli- Aida-Mrs. Stroud. During the current fiscal year, 213, 53, 46; 87, total' 948. H. H. >:.;.

1,", : C. Hancock, the congregation! joined ances which leads to the belief that -.-- --- Hiatt said, the average old-age grant McCall, 175, 124, 136, 28, 40, 61, ':
," in singing the Doxology and after defective wiring might have been has been increased from $14.67 to total 564. ; '

I the sermon joined in the National responsible. The hissing sound $23.84 per month for May, and the COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT ';;:

j Anthem. After the benediction by f which spectators took to be gas escaping STATE MARKET TO aid to the blind. grant from $15.52to Mrs. Homer Taylor, 381, 83, 84, 33, :::1

",. Fr. Geary the- cnofiv sang, as a recessional from the tank, of a bottledgas $24.93. Since February, the 38, 94, total 713. Dr. C. E. Weaver ;;

o:': "God of Our Fathers." stove was said by Mrs. Mc BE MOVED SOON TO number of persons receiving the 232, 152, 262, 48, 47, 53, total :
;, The stage was simply but tastefully Corkle to have been a fire extin- maximum old-age grant of $40 per 794.COUNTY I

: decorated with vases of plum- guisher hanging on the back porch. .P month has increased from 898 to COMMISSIONER, District )

I Tjago and red bouganvillia. The The alarm came only a moment GOODNO STATIONThe 2,890. Grants' he stressed, are basedon 2-J. O. Davidson, 211, 158, '.:y
choir sat at the left of the stage and after the fire alarm had soundedfor need, and for this reason all recipients 199, 61, 46, 71, total 746. J. C.

chairs for the seniors were arranged the noon hour and,V. C. Woodward do not receive ,the same Jackman, 364, 76, 142, 19, 40, '73, ,;
in a semi-circle just in front of and Robert Rainey took the, state, livestock pens and sales: amount. total 714.COUNTY. :-

jr(' speaker's rostrum. fire engine to the scene. By this! arena will soon be moved from La-i Investigation of ,applications for COMMISSIONER, District J

..A Yejiembers of the choir were ,Mr. time the fire had gained consider- Belle to Goodno, 9 miles east of La- old-age assistance and aid to the, 3-Paul O'Bannon, 267, 124, V ,.,i j
ands\Mrs. Wm. H. Burkhart, Mrs. able momentum, fanned by a north Belle on state highway 25, accord- blind are as nearly current, as pos- 160, 36, 32, 64,. total 683. R. B.

D. C..'Hancock, Miss Mary Markette, wind, and it was: some minutes after ing to County Agent....H.. ,L.: Johnsonof sible. It is hoped that aid to dependent Waldron, 308, 103, 180, 46, 53, 79, 2
'1 '; Mrs. Maxine,. Morrison, Mrs. M.. M. the truck' arrived' before water was'started Hendry County. children investigations will total 769 ':

Ii, t Prewitt, Mrs. Lola Robbins, Mrs. J. since a hose line had to be The object in moving the 'livestock be current by August, Commissioner COUNTY COMMISSIONER, Dis- _
E. Beardsley, Miss Marian Leydig, run to the bridge across the drain- market-which, includes sales Hiatt said. trict 4-Harvey S. Dyess, 262, 101,

Miss Florence Graham, W. N. Mar- age canal on Francisco Street Smoke arena, pens and office-is to make 127, 33, 44, 47, total 614. A.' J.

/" tin and N. v S. Mumford. and flame 'prevented access to the rail connections. The Seaboard has Labor Relations One Evers, 303, 122, 214, 47, 37, 92,
water started after total 815.SCHQQy. V
house until the
discontinued service to LaBelle, making -
Office Holders Viewing which it was possible to save only a 'i it necessary for livestock sold Of Greatest iQARP MEMQER 1 Dis- :

;, few: articles of furniture. from. the through the market to be shipped tript Nt:). 2. .Dillon.Hall, 103 163,

: Two Amendments front' room. The slate roof probably out by truck. P ,t-W r ProjectsTAMPA total ';26fl. E;. L. Stagings'" i25.f, ,:174*,
the complete destruction total ? "
prevented 89t
,At the new location which is just i
of, the house. but the interior ., .
:' TAMPA, June 1-(FNS)-While flames and will off the highway north of road 25, June 1.-(FNS)-Federal y
jV-' most everyone is familiar with the was have gutted to be by completely rebuilt. the pens will be placed close to the government control of post-war Two Soldiers Drive

:;.:,: :so-called "anti-closed shop" amendment Atlantic Coast Line railroad tracks. plans and funds will mean the ,deathof '
'". The house is one of the first
'-: ," ; to be voted upon at the gen- This is across the GladesHendryline .state's; rights, free enterprise in Truck Into Canal .
04' houses built on the ridge by the
- 'eral election in November, few voters in Glades county. business and individual initiative
Clewiston Company and was. occupied -
are informed concerning other by Mr. and Mrs. M.: E. Von The state department governing John P. ingle, secretary of the As- Two negro soldiers stationed at

-amendments that will appear on' the Mach and family for many years livestock! markets, has given permis- sociated Industries of Florida, told Riddle Field on runway construction -
, H s ,, ballot next fall. sion to moving the LaBelle market the Florida Institute of Accountantsat drove one of the big govern

.w:, Although the public at large has and will make the transfer. Mean- their conference here last week. ment dump trucks off a bridge near
"., !':: heard little 'about them as yet, of- Class Night Program while, sales will be held up until the "Instead of paying taxes into the Harlem yesterday morning and sub

.) { fice holders who may be affected by Given Tuesday NightThe change has been made. federal government and then goingto merged it in the canal but neitherof
',1 ?:,," their passage are viewing two Operated under management of Washington to beg for the so- the soldiers was injured. e
: x."r :amendments with real concern ford the Everglades Cattle Association, called "easy money" to finance ppst- Officers investigating the accident -

'=; if the people approve of them it Class Night program given plans are for permanent operationof 'war projects," he said, "Florida ,busi- said that the negroes had been .

"l -- -may be the first step in a statewide by the members of the graduatingclass the market.Kiwanis ness men and state government had drinking and they were held here :, ,,

f:, ,elimination of many offices. of 1944 at the school auditor-, better arrange for the state operationof and turned over to- their' officer., Tt.._ '
'V .. '\ The question as offered the voters ium 'Tuesday night was an un Club Has (C such post-war plans. Cunningham from the field. ::1;
J'" ty the last legislature directly affects scheduled and impromptu affair but "One of the greatest dangers in In addition to tearing the hand-

-: only three counties, Hills- was described as one of the most Seniors As GuestsThe federal control 'of post-war projects rail off the bridge the water line to 1

:, ,' borough, Orange and Dade, but actually interesting of such programs ever is in labor relations.- They would Harlem was broken and water ser-

: t-: may start a statewide trend (held in the local school. members of the Senior Class specify that only union labor couldbe vice disrupted for several hours*

1 ':' toward a wholesale consolidation of I'' The 'program was opened by four and their sponsor, Mrs. C. E. Bjorn- used ,and would control all con- Extent of damage to the truck had t

:.,. 'County jobs without increasing compensation I numbers played by the school band son, were guests of the Kiwanis Clubat ditions. The officials of the statein not been learned as this is written. /
: of those ,officeholders required under the direction of Rosario Ca- which the project is located ..
the regular weekly meeting at the 1
i to take on additional duties. taldo., would have no saysohe said.
Inn Wednesday evening. Radford Dunaway ,\
; z,:; The constitutional amendments Mauryne Prewitt, president of Each senior was introduced by "The post-war plans are based on
'- '. -must be voted upon state-wide, regardless the senior class, gave an interesting Mrs. and acknowledgedthe making jobs for returning service Graduate Aerial GunnerPfc.
of the fact that they affect history of the class membersand "men and for men thrown out of
introduction by giving a brief
only three counties. acted as master of ceremoniesfor jobs by termination of war con-
'The Hillsborough amendment, the remaining numbers. history of the time they had been tracts. The federal government has Radford L. S., Dunaway, son !
r which observers predict will because In school in Clewiston, where they taken over various employment of Mrs. F. L. Dunaway of Clew'j
Prof. M. R.. Stroud next presented and whattheir plans for iston
i. came was graduated last week
Is no serious oppositionto agencies formerly, operated by the y
special awards to pupils for at- the future As' was expectedthe from i
are. the
Army Air Forces Flexible
would eliminate shall work
all tax collection state and now who ,
V tendance honor roll, typing attain- announced their intention says
two r
offices of municipalities with- boys and where." Gunnery. School, Laredo Army AirField
ments and merit awards from Herff entering the Service and
: ;, : in the county, requiring the county of Officers for the ensuing year Laredo, Texas, a member-
S. tax ,collector to perform the duties Jones after which Bernard Myers I some of the girls indicated that were elected at the end of the 2-day the AAF Training Command. He is
presented an athletic award to matrimony was considered in the im- now qualified to take his place as a
; :now handled by municipal offices session Leonard Abdess, of Miami,
within the I Marty Waldron and the Kiwanis I mediate future.W. member of a bomber combat crew.
county. The same was elected president to succeed C. i
:4 \ Club award to Bruce Beardsley. made a brief 'talk to .
(Continued on,).'age 8) C. Owen H. Lindfors of Ft. Lauderdale.. Vice- Along with his diploma, he received .t
--- Varsity club membership cards were the graduates.. He complimentedthem presidents named were Paul Smoak, a pair of Aerial Gunner's silver 1

.$ :Dance At Cadet Club also distributed by Mr. Myers. on their various activities dur- of, Jacksonville; W. C. Keen, of wings and a promotion in grade at )
The class prophecy, by Frances brief }
graduation exercises held
ing school and the fact that they West Palm Beacii; J. H. Valdez, of I 1.
Next Jordan, was in the form of a skit I He was prepared for his place In
Wednesday NightThe nicely together during Bradenton. Frank Falsone of Tam
with all class members participating had 'worked so :America's stepped-up air offensive

and was very cleverly done. the past school term. His 'advice pa was named treasurer, and Roy I by a comprehensive six weeks course ..:
regular Wednesday night Another band number was followed to them was always to be 'Purvis, of Gainesville, was reelected : in every phase of aerial gunnery
dance at the Cadet Club was not by the Class Will by Jo Ann
honest with. themselves and what- secretary. Harry Turnburke, of warfare. Besides learning to fire
held this week because of the dance Long which was described as very '
for the group of graduating RAF original and clever. ever they did to attempt to do it Clearwater, was named to repre- every type weapon from camera

'' V cadets, Course 18, which Is to be Bruce Beardsley presented Bern- just a little better than anyone sent the association;on the national II guns to the''deadly caliber, .50

held tomorrow night. ard Myers with 'a gift, from the else not to be content with doinga council l of the American Institutesof Brownings, he studied turret manipulation -

' Dances will be resumed next week school in appreciation of his efforts job just as good as the other fel- Accounting. .aircraft identification,
' V however and every service man Is and the program closed with the
stripping and reassembling of ma-
: "' invited to the dance on Wednesday Star Spangled Banner by the band. low. BANK TO CLOSE
evening Following the program the high Seniors present were: Frances chine guns while blindfolded He

> school students, accompanied by Jordan, Katherine> Jackson, Jo Ann The Bank of Clewiston will be climaxed the course by air firing on
His own Ingenuity is enabling Mr. and Mrs Bernie Thompson and towed targets.
Long, Mary Mathis, Medford Dun- closed all day tomorrow (Saturday)
:, paany a Florida farmer to overcome Bernard Myers went to the recrea- '
a i difficulties occasioned by shortages tion hall where they enjoyed dane-I away; Mauryne Prewitt, Frances the occasion being Jefferson Davis' Don't buy more than you need or

of equipment and labor. ing and refreshments of fruit punch,'' Sutton and Kathleen Lewis. birthday. I V before you need.'it,
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One Case That Was Easily '

Settled Out of CourtSTTERE QUEENS DIEPROUDLY } :: Gems of Thought

< ," said a man angrily ;;r-- HE WHO is not liberal with
O to the railroad official, "I -J he has does but de- .(.
got a cinder in my eye from one ceive himself when he thinks
of your engines, and it cost me $5 .WHITE 2?:<:IItiW.N.U.'FEATU1U:$ he, would be liberal if he had

for' doctor to have it taken out more.
a THE STORY THUS FAR: Lieut. Col. ous that if we did not at once strikeat every word I'' said. A fine-looking I
and the eye dressed. What are Frank,Kurtz, who was pilot of the grizzled Formosa, we could probably nev- kid, twentytwo'years old he was I It'is a great step in the interpretation -
and the eye dressed. I came hereto old Flying Fortress known ai "The of life when we have
er strike at all. He wanted for
per- me those'extra
find out what you are going to do Swoose," which escaped from Clark eyes, ears, discovered that all events
mission to make a reconnaissance hands that are
about it." Field, tells of that fatal day when the every co-pilot should be. ultimately
flight there could at spiritual.-Brierley.
"Nothing, my dear sir, nothing," Japs struck In the Philippines. Old 99, a over so we "I was worrying about what would
the official replied suavely. "We Flying, Fortress, Is struck dowp before It least see if the Japanese were mak- happen if while I was in that opera- Nature Art is a revelation of God;
'can get off the ground. Later, Lleuten. ing preparations to strike us. Surely tions tent a revelation of man.
have no further use for the cinder scout planes might.reporta
ant Kurtz bicycles to the scene of the' now that they had hit Pearl Har- Jap -LONGFELLOJT.A
bomber formation headed
welcome to it.
and quite
you are bombing. He finds Old 99 a pile of Junk. bor, it would be only a minor 'neutrality down more glorious victory cannot -
toward from Formosa. I
of view the us
From point
a legal He sees eight boys of her crew-hIs boys violation to fly close enoughto trusted be gained over another than
cinder was not yours, and no lying in an Irregular line. They had Formosa to take a few pictures. our fighter pilots at Iba, but this-that when the injury be-
doubt you could be proceeded been killed as they ran for shelter. He -you never could tell-a few bombers -
against for removing our property.But counts them, pats each on the back, and "Consequently the turndown on might.slip through to Clark. should gan on his part, the kindness

you can rest assured; we will talks to them as if they were still alive. this wasn't complete; Headquarterssaid "So I said to, Tex: 'Now look, boy begin on ours.-Tillot-. A",:
take no steps in the matter." Then he goes to where Tex Is lying, at well, maybe this would be pos- -here's the dope. Make no mistake, son.
the end of the sprawling line, and makesa sible. Wait and see. I don't want any slip-ups. Up to

promise. "Back on the stand-by with Old now it's been all play-acting and

SOOTHES CHAFED SKIN 5t: 99, I couldn't then know this was Boy_ Scout stuff, but this war has
M OROIJNE CHAPTER II why I had been ordered to jerk her really begun. If we get word in HEARTBURN

ion bombs, reload her with cameras, Operations that we're about to be hit Relieved in 5 minutes or double money back

WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY "We weren't licked; it was only the and rush the camouflage in the hope here on Clark, we can get Old 99 ing When;gas,excess sour stomach stomach and acid heartburn causes painful,doctors,allocat usually
beginning, and from now on we would that permission would soon come. I off the field from where she is, with. prescribe eymytomaticrefef-medtclnesllketboeetnBell the fastest-acting medicines" known for

get to work, all of us, and win. I only knew big things were moving, out the"usual runway procedure. So Tablets.jiffy or doable No laxative.;; Bcll-an brings comfort In ana a
your money back on return of bottle
; told him that whatever plane they and suddenly I thought of my little watch for me to come pedaling toward to oa.2Sc at all druggists.SNAPPY. ...
? gave me later, Old 99 would be fly- portable radio. Why not find out you on my bike from opera-

; (' rot MIIOI >CRE$ All mis erRHEUMATISM ing right in the formation, and on what I could? So I sent Tex backto tions tent. If I drop my arm' as you
night missions would always see the barracks to get it. see me come/over the top of the run

9ttei ar NEURITISLUMBAGOLarge Old 99's wing lights beside me, and "When he returned, I had fair way crest, that means I want the FACTS
know that she was protecting me reception when I took it outside the motors started by the time I get ABOUT
with her crossfire, knocking down steel hangar door. there."

Zeros that tried to climb onto my "It crackled with rumors-some 'Okay, Frank,' he said quietly.No RUBBERMilk

tail. Yes, maybe that's where the already true, some not yet true. saluting or heel snapping -
story begins. there's not room for much of that in
"The 19th Bombardment Group the Air Force. Then he assuredme

consisted of thirty-five beautiful I rr that the men had all been sent
Bottle! .ai ':eal'1o-Small Size 60c
to'chow the warmed and
of engines
*CAITIOI: ISE OILY AS DIRECTED shiny new Flying Fortresses,
checked. Now he turned and wenton or latex, flows from the rub '!"
il which Old 99 had ,
II III GOOD CROC STORES ii BY MAil 11 receipt price was one-we I
McUll DRDC CO. lie. JmSOIKIllE !. flCHDI picked her up at the Boeing factory back to Old 99. ber tree best In early morning.Therefore -
rubber start theirday's
just before she came off the line. / "The operations tent was crowded tappers
work 'long before dawn.
Of the Fortress series,' they wereD 1IJ with about forty pilots and navigators .

DON'T LET models-then the latest and finestin waiting for briefing to begin. An overload which might reduce -
the business. About a dozen of + v As we waited, I snapped on my' radio S the life of a crude rubber
CONSTIPATIONSLOW our thirty-five were down at Del /iI r ) and we all listened to Manila. tire only 25 per cent or even

YOU UP Monte Field on the southern islandof This time Don Bell was_ really pack- be carried through until the
Mindanao. The the ing it in his excited deliv tread
When bowels are sluggish and you rest were at across was worn smooth may
feel irritable, headachy, do as millions main bomber base, Clark Field, ery. Yet we didn't know that the reduce the life of a synthetic
'do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern about forty-five miles from Manila, a precious minutes had all slipped rubber tire 50 percent or
'chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew which was the headquarters of Gen- away and only seconds were left. more and result in a blowout

taking FEEN-A-MINT only in accordance before you with go package to bed, eral MacArthur, the Commander in a G7y 5( Y I 1 We didn't know that General Brere while there. is still 'wear in '.._.

directions-sleep without being dis- Chief. Our immediate Air Corps 11 f ton had got permission from Gen' the tread.Rubber ,

turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough commander, General Brereton, was = eral MacArthur for us to take oft which
relief, helping feel swell again. Try now plays
you constantly visiting at Clark. on our
us photographic expedition
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy over such an important part In mining and
end economical.A generous family supplyFEENAMINT "The Japanese struck at Pearl Formosa, to see if just possibly the Industrial I operations,was first manufactured
i costs only Harbor at exactly 7:35 o'clock in i -- Japanese might be making preparations in this country in 1836.

101Vegetablei the morning Honolulu time. At that to attack us. We didn't real. '

same instant it was 4:35 o'clock in ize that General Brereton had al. frtS

the; morning of December eighth in ready rushed to the telephone, and

the; Philippines-a few hours before T / 1f was even at this instant clicking the

1pKILLS dawn reached us. I was asleep in receiver, trying to get through. to
the nipa shack which was the offi us with this order.

Many cers' quarters on Clark Field. l r "Now Don Bell was _saying that
Insects "We gulped breakfast, and then < bombs really 'were- dropping on 5'

all the pilots rushed over to opera- Clark Field-he was broadcastingfrom
I' I the top of one of Manila's tallest
nT tions meeting in the squadron's operations B.fG@@drichGet
on tent, where Major Don buildings, and from there he

Gibbs went over the situation withus. could see big plumes of smoke rising

I can see him now, trim, alert, from Clark ,Field.
Flowers & boyish-looking for his rank and "We all smiled at this. We didn't

4O Shrubs years-if he'd lived out the war' he know that he, from Manila, could

would surely be a brigadier generalby see around the little hill over in the

I I Toweco 9yDroduetei now. He was as shrewd as he direction of Iba Field, and that these
/ was modest. It was his second tour plumes of smoke were from burning
a I ( LomsdlN.M.rKUCey
of duty out East, and he knew the Don Bell was broadcasting from P-40's there. The Japanese were

lay of the land. one of Manila's tallest buildings. already tearing our American fighter

'Well, gentlemen, this is it,' he force to pieces. But we smiled, Your War Bonds *

said. Then he stepped over to the They reported a big concentrationof and were listening for whatever To Helo Ax the AxisIRRITATIONS .
MEXSANASOOTHING open flap and faced us. 'If they'vehit Jap ships off Luzon-Manila was crazy thing Don Bell would say

Hawaii 'they can't miss hittingus. expecting ,air raid every minute next-General Brereton still tryingto

I MEDICATED POWDER I can't tell you when it will bombs were reported already get through to us on the phone- OF
I I I helps Relieves diaper it. rash Use,after also come, but it will'come. However, I dropping on Clark Field. I ,under- when a private, standing just out- SKIl\.l EXTERNAL CAUSE

1 every prevent change. Costs littfe. can tell you where it will come stand that early false report reachedthe side the flap of our operations tent, Acne pimples, eczema, factory derma-
t from.' Here he raised the canvas flap States. said, in an awe-struck, admiring titis, simple ringworm, tetter,salt rheum
with one hand and pointed up and "It was curious," said Kurtz, voice: I bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken-
out skin. Millions relieve
to the north. 'It will be from right "standing right, outside that hangar 'Oh, gee! ,Look at the pretty Navy ing and soreness of these itchinp miseries with

over that hill,' he said. door, looking at Clark Field in the formation.' I simple home treatment. Goes to work at
"As we left, Gibbs' said: 'You'reon mid-morning sunshine and hearingthe "It froze me. I could hear a once. Aids healing, works tho antiseptia
drone. I think it froze all of us. way. Use Black and White Ointment onlyas
radio in hand saying that
the stand-by. Orders my
will be directed. lOc, 25c SOc sizes. 25 years'success.
coming through fast all morning.' bombs were dropping on it. It was The next second, Lieutenant Lee Money-back guarantee. Vitalin

Then I went back to Old 99. She crazy, and yet it made us appre Coats, who was standing nearest the cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous "-.
tent flap stepped to the opening.We Black and White Skin Soap daily.
was one of the few which hadn't hensive."A ,
/ been loaded with bombs, as she classmate of mine at Randolph watched him look up.
had been scheduled for camouflaging Field who had been flying one of 'Navy_ hell! Here they come!' YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM,
N ___ that morning. Only the orders two old Douglases we used for trans- "We turned over tables in the con- f

'that now came seemed conflictingas portation to Manila had just pulledup fusion of piling out of that tent, butwe're
r DIRTY g '" those final hours slipped away. and got out, and he was listen- not yet frightened rats, we'restill HOT RASHESIf
QESTSr ing beside me. Now he said, nerv-
"First came one countermandingthe human beings,. still organized.
ously, 'Why in hell don't we get out you suffer from hot, flashes,
.. .. camouflaging. Seemed "There they came the drone 'rising weak, nervous, cranky feelings
.,..... .. .p It'f It\., some- of here and save these airplanes?' area
v. .sTHAT:- thing was afoot, and they couldn't right over the hill as Don Gibbs bit blue at times-due to the
, I could see he was thinking not onlyof functional "middle-age" period
wait for it. Instead we were to had predicted they would-in an
the planes, b,1lt'of our necks as peculiar to women-try Lydia E.
BREED load bombs, so we taxied over toward well. enormous V of V's, three V's in all Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
the ammunition dump. Then and about twenty-five Mitsubishi to relieve such symptoms. Taken
/ Bill Cocke, who' was to be running "I said to him, 'What the hell, bombers in each V, at about 18,000to regularlY-Pinkham's Compound
back and forth all morning with con- now, old man', take it easy-:'we're 22,000 feet altitude-coming rightat such helps build distress.up It resistance helps nature against
under orders. But I was getting
flicting orders, came screaming us. Also a fine stomachic tonic. Follow -
down the field. 'Take her back to jumpy myself. "I heard a scuffling and looked label directions.

the; hangar; they want the camou- "Then quick came another order around to see that I was alone except LYDIA E. PINKHAM'SLAUGH c M OUNDi
flaging finished by all means!' -early chow for us pilots and our for Lieutenant Glenn Ride-he'd

AND CARRY, "Presently came another order for navigators at eleven o'clock. So I been detailed as photographic offi-

IT INTO me and two other planes of this 30th told Tex that Eddie Oliver (my nav- cer and was grinding away with
Squadron to unload our bombs and igator) and I were going to shoot on his "camera at that V of V's. The

THEHOME' insert cameras. Nothing more than up to the mess hall, eat fast, and rest had all taken shelter in a big

that, but it was clear they were get over to the operations tent drainage ditch near by. ...

DON'T TOLERATE FLIESTANGLEF00T preparing us now for reconnaissance quick and find out what plans hey "I stood there because I thoughtit
over Formosa."I had lined up for us. MeanwhileTex would be five or ten seconds more
was to oversee the unloadingof before they came to their bomb-
then know
didn't that our little and the
the bombs replacing
release line, and I ought to see the
field only reflected what was goingon them with cameras in the bomb glint of their bombs turning over ,EAT,TALK,FREE, 1
at Headquarters
whereour '
out of their bomb
as they came
Air Force General
Brereton had
been before "I'd never seen a Japanese plane bays-they seem almost to pause It's so easy to enjoy all-
up and was
except those slides of them they
before day confidence when
under the plane they start
at a big conference all morning. Of throw on the screen in planerecognition down-several seconds surely beforeI your plates are held in place by this
;- course it's to be wise
easy at school."I "comfort cushion"adentist'sformula.
It's the old reliable courses ;
that never faili after the event. saw that glint, and then wouldbe
Economical not rationed. For tale et left the mess hall and ran into time to jump for the ditch. Mean- I. Dr. Wernet's vent sore gums.
hardware, drug ,and grocery itorei. i "And of course, even though Pearl Tex, looking for me. He had every- while I wanted to see what kind of Powder lets you 2.Economical;

I Harbor had been attacked, our thing under control with Old 99, pattern this formation plapned to avoid enjoy solid embarrasslasts foods, small amount
American Congress had not yet declared the crew was standing by, and were down this field e
I lay' over just as, meat of loose 3.Pure,harmless,
I. war, and perhaps it was too there any more orders? many times before-back in the dry plates.Helps pre- pleasant tasting.

-great a responsibility for our Philippine "I told him not yet, I was going bed of Muroc Lake in California, our AllJrvggits' -30$.Money Back:if not delight
%Sd&57II command to strike back when over to the operations tent and practice bombing range in the Mo-

& someone might argue that war did would be back with them in, a very jave Desert-I'd watched a forma- I 1 I
not exist
SHEETS S4 technically. few minutes. Good ,old Tex, stand- tion of our own to see how good -
"General Brereton knew our posi- ing there, apparently casual and yet they
tion at Clark Field was so danger really alert as a fox terrier; getting were.TO BE: CONTINUED) ,


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After too many months of Allied again make America dance and Scripture by International texts se will be evenly divided and they warm, sudsy water and swish the :,

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IN EPHESUS A little paint left in :
a can
I: Economic administration and, per- dium of grace and rhythm. ':fi
standing around the house is a Use rows of colored rickrack to < i
the British it that another
haps more important, seems likely .
-Acts 19:8-10; Epheslans nuisance. Agreed? Then it
put to pique place mats
determined in
have to pull together of dancers, Rita
:, : work. Use it to brighten up the and napkins, also twist it to forman !
telling the Swedes they will have to Hayworth and -We are his workman i .
fish or cut bait in sending vital war Gene Kelly, will S** Christ Jesus for good works, : inside of the medicine cabinet, initial on the napkin. Slip-stitch .:: {
r. materials to Germany-especially accomplish the prepared that we should shelves of. a utility cabinet, or the by hand with matching mer- '1
.ballbearings.The same thing and Ephesians 2:10. inside of a tea towel drawer. cerized thread. : j

question of ballbearings involves set a new vogue -but a sword! With "... .
the world-famous SKF ball- indancingthroughtheir words Jesus indicated \ I
: in Sweden which fine work Small Things First '.
bearing company into the world ,' !
operates a subsidiary'company in apart, either for or Vifti1Vilo .1':
: Philadelphia. The president of the (see Matt. 10:34-42)). You are waiting to do some ", ,

American company, William Batt, is is the good news of re great thing perform the small ', '': I

, vice-chairman of the War Produc- all mankind, but the things that are unseen,, and 'they BIG <:.J I

,tion board. Rita men toward the gospel will bring other and greater thingsfor pBIAlBS. Fl pTs ; i

.. Not many people realize it, but sharply, into the saved you to perform.-John Bright. I t1 ,:,x 1!
despite the loss of 600 U. S. aviatorsin in "Cover
Which are you? ,,
i ir
bombing the Nazi ballbearing During ;.
plant at Schweinfurt last fall, to say War I the telling of Paul's min-

. nothing of the loss of countless other, in the big and giving part of :

lives, the Swedes have been nullifying went dance the Ephesians, shows

these American sacrifices by Everv- gay does divide, but that I oufd husband fell his Wife//

shipping great quantities of ball- Gene Kelly ( of a ; Christian quickening grace and a i

', bearings to Germany. chair and living. .-
Hitherto secret, has been the fact deb wanted to imitate Irene (Acts 19:8-10). ?

that the Swedes have supplied Ger- Vernon Castle doing the Castle a long ministry at Ephe- A: I.!;, /1 S

many with 70 per cent of certain the hesitation waltz, and what successful one, but JACK I'm running out 6W7 '

vital. airplane ballbearings. And considered the last word in time it was a stormy, of adjectives! '

'... when you consider that one bomber the tango. After all, do not Those hot biscuits and s ;

.:'t if alone requires up to 3,000 .ba lbear'i Waltz King and Queen often go together? preserves for dessert "1 ,,
ings, you realize that this is the in the synagogue. That were sure something!. 1 L i
j most important single commodity Then the movies figured if way, and his cus- ,
,: Germany is getting from the Castles could pack night spots
now into opposition, and J
. .: outside world. In fact, ballbearings legitimate theaters with their months he had to seek I SUE:You'reworth
I I surprising, often \
ing chances. the public in
'. essential that without them
;J: are so to meet the people. i '
So much
hinterlands who had heard ,
the Nazi would be (
; airplane industry he did not give and '
up for so little work. '
Irene and Vernon would i
:; '
almost No
paralyzed overnight. .
\ i
J And Snow tl ,
at the nickelodeons to see the easy
: be constructed without
several hundred to several thousand ows of the famous,pair. of any truth results Biscuits have extra / ,:;
and especially is that vitamins when you i ,:;
:: ballbearings.U. So the Castles appeared in
gospel. It was found use Fleischmann'ayellow '/ _7
'Whirl of Life" in 1918. It ,
S. officials have 0
recently (vv. 23-41) that winning label Yeast '
great hit, and the dance I :
unearthed information indicating
interfered with the ,
h 4 : that the Nazis deliberately spread through every cranny of '
interests and then 11
well before the to country. 'I :
planned, war, to stir.
' t use Sweden as their source for More than two decades ago : .
ballbearings.. A conversation re- 1920, to be exact, Hollywood why modern busi / :.\
ered its first dance the destruction of men's
really great
ported to have taken place with I ,
= Mae Murray-blonde, plays, movies, books, THAT HAS ADDED AMOUNTS ..FLEISCHMANN'S 4OPAGE'OFVITAMINS : ';
{ Air Minister Goering has re- A AND d, '.'- BOOKOFOVER 70RECIPES,. 4Y
P. ,
the: original Nell Brinkley girl of and by the saloon is so 9 ;
cently come to light, in which ) AS '
the church alone. Is
"Follies and dancer to
Goering explained that he was 'WTAMW 8 COMPICC. BASKET"INANEWREYISED ".
When she first came to movies our testimony does not .;
: not anxious to build up the Ger- 1 ? tVART7M EDITION.FULL* '
did western films and was business? If so, we are rr-' .
vernan ballbearing industry too c OF NEW IN Ir y
walking in the foot-
cally unnoticed until Bob
much since it be advan- '
tageous to have the industry in and George Fitzmaurice gave or of Christ. f BREADS. YOU'LL WANT/' x

a neutral country where, it could a chance to dance. In "On With a divider of men. Yes, 5-4, I \TQ TRy THEM AU..r '
not be bombed. Dance" Mae was sensational. stand on the right 'Q __ \ WRITE NOW/ '
divide also receive ''' '
Tripping to Fame All those vitamins \

SEDITION TRIALMONKEYSHINES Rudolph Valentino made a Ii.'I : (Eph. 2:4-10): i go right Into your '-- '; "

5 ber of pictures before Rex spiritually, come to life 1 breads with no great For your free '
The most patient man in the worldIs let him do the tango in "The meet Christ and believe loss in the oven copy vrtitoStandard t
] presiding over the "mass sedi- Horsemen of the Apocalypse," were all dead in tres- Be sure to useFlelschmann's Brands "
'"= tion" trial in the Federal District that: single dance"with a sins, entirely unable to I-. ., !' Inc.Central, Grand Annex

court here. He is painstaking, long'since forgotten skyrocketed when God in mercy A week's supply keeps Box 477 New j
square-shooting Chief Justice Ed- to; ''fame. quickened us. in the ice-box. York 17, N. y.
ward C. Eicher, who is recognizedby
Joan Crawford, then a young, for us, but also for '
the legal profession
5' 5- as absolutely ..
That is the
tractive -- -
fair and who has been 'leaning over girl, was winning cups
her Charleston and ."black explanation .of grace.
backward to give the 30 indicted
at the Coconut Grove and other is for His glory, a show-
defendants their full day in court.
5. spots of Hollywood. When she v. 7) of the exceeding
However the defendants de- ----
are the same routine before the grace, through all the
manding more than that. So brazen
eras in such epics as "The .
i are some of them in their tactics to Flavor Pelights..Millions/
delay the trial, that they boastfully Dancer" and "Our Dancing then, is not (as some

y; refer to themselves as "monkey ters" she became a star. a foolish thing of little L .
i takes place in some mis- ,
wrenches from heaven," because, Double Harness r
crossroads Sunday \ '
they say, there is always'one among About this time a girl who had
happen there, thank
w them capable of "pulling something" tracted no special attention r
but it reaches clear
to cause another delay. dancer from the stage were '

; S S Here is an example of what the as second leads in a musical heavens This business, and on qf CORN FLAKES

patient Justice Eicher has had to ring Dolores Del Rio and Gene rl
and women, boys and,
put up with. Whenever a defense mond. The picture was "
is the greatest of all "The Grains Great Foods"Kellogg's -
motion has been denied 'Charles
Down to Rio. After it was
Let's be busy about it!
Hudson of Omaha, Neb., publisher everyone talked only, of the CornFlakes bring you

,.."> of a pro-Fascist news letter, I dance stars-Ginger Rogers note in verses 8-10 that nearly all the protective food"elements l
,.:,0 : "America in Danger," has turned. I Fred Astaire. Following this grace. No works can of the whole grain declared essential
,,:, and chanted to salvation. We are "his
reporters: were co-starred in "The Gay to human nutrition.
; ," not the result of a Lf
: "Railroad! Railroad! Toot-toot. vorcee, in Jerome Kern's !
K' /- toot!" berta," and also "The Life of enterprise or creation.

.,,;#;'''' Eicher has overlooked much and Vernon Castle," the saga of same time do not fail

,, .. of this by-play in order to expedite two people who actually we are created "unto ..;

.{,;Mr the trial. However, he has terpsichore to the movies. (v. 10). The professed

>t t7; : 't almost ,worn out his gavel try- talks about being Preserve the American Way of Life :
New EraToumanova
*|.kj : ing to keep Mrs. Lois de Lafay- The but who does not

ette Washburn-the nosethumbing from the Russian the good works which
'. Fascist-saluting Chicagoan let, has finished her first film, as the proper ex- Buy United States War Bonds 'j

I r: who boasts descendency from of Glory," and Hollywood is salvation by grace,
:.1 : the Revolutionary hero and ing past mistakes by not letting be surprised if the testi-

"),'.. some of her more demonstrative dance. Zorina and Baronova lips is not believed.

.J. ., cronies in line. At one point, appeared in pictures, and each quickened to newness THB ;

.:: :., Mrs. Washburn leaped up and pearance makes one want we ought to bring
'* S screamed: "Lafayette, we are them. That is not possible in

.,.'A.,:. here'to defend ourselves!" Ann Miller, one of the newer strength. But wait,

Ellis O. Jones, tall, lanky defend- ers, is under contract to which divides and quick-. ALA IAsall ITO

;: S ant from Los Angeles, also had to Possibly the Kay Kyser

be gavelled down when he complained which she's appearing will put (Eph. 3:14-19).

about the food in the dis- on top. for the Ephesians, \
Gene Kelly of "Pal IS AFTER YOU]!
trict jail. "I've already lost ten Joey" one feels that he
Broadway really comes into
: pounds, protested Jones. "If this Christians of all time,
; keeps up, you'll have to get me an own as a dancer in "Cover member of "the whole
undertaker." His work in the "alter ego" .
and earth" (v. 15)
ber, in which he dances as
NOTE-EIcher name of Christ. The
finally decided "
and his "double, is an
that these antics had today that he be-
thing to watch. And, together Get her with FLIT. before she has a chance
: Since family but he wonders
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; who read these
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others are beginning to realize wood has made stars of many belong? on stagnant water where the malaria carL'.. j,,
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M' '.. when they were tried after managed to gain anything of is a comforting and en- wipe out all. mosquitoes. Buy FLIT. today!
Hitler's unsuccessful Munich too, for Paul here
and '
luster of Rita Gene in
lJutsch will not get oy forever in Girl." Christian experience for kills flies, ants,

an American court. On the other ,If they don't start another which seems quite im FLIT I moths, bedbugs and i xu.

.'++ hand, many cf the defense at- craze in America a lot of attainment, except for all. mosquitoes. ; .
; torneys, of excellent standing at who have already seen the It is the power of God Copr.1M4.s-1.-enW N

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need for one here than most any- (..:..:..:..: :.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:.. Tulsa way. Says he has his flying
4vhere. togs and is getting started at actual CALENDAR -

PQblished every, Friday In Clewl.1ton, Maybe during these war times it's flying and is just as thrilled as -
Florida, by the CLEWISTC; NEWS, best not to think of such things but With every other boy is when he beginsto
inc. how help it when the weather PROCESSED FOODS .
can we fly. And aside from flying it
Blue A8 through Q8 (Book 4)
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now valid at 10 points each, for use
Entered as second class mall matter along In
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February 1, 1927 at the, Post Office In Our } with tokens. R8 through VS become -_
CFewIston, Florida, under the Act 01 N NN M.N N1.:-..N:N NCH N:N:N:N:N:H:N-:1.:N:N:N:.:. Boys if you stick to blondes, John, but I valid June 1. All are good in
March 3, 1897.C.1 remember there are tomahawks .

Too Late To Classify hanging in the family "trees of a definitely., :MEATS. AND FATS "
the lot of the brunettes out there.
i SETTLE, Publisher Tt in *. e I Red AS 'through T8 (Book 4) .
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Subscription_ Kate-$2.50 Per Year By RUSSELL, KAY Chief Petty Officer Emmett Shelley with tokensGood indefinitely.

.&.d't"erthllng Rates On Application. Service after enduring the agonies of Stamps U8, V8 and W8 become valid
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Devoted to the advancement and welfare The following lament of a service- now earned his just reward and Sugar Stamp No. 30 and No. 31

of Clewiston. and Hendry .County.. man came to my desk not long ago, ..:..:..)0-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..: writes from Panama.postcards this week the to friends (Book 4) good for five pounds in-
He housing
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definitely. .
'and I imagine it is typical of how Front the way John Robbins shortage isn't too acute down there. .
most of the boys feel. The one writes to his mother from Tulsa, .
EDITORIAL Sugar stamp No. 40 good for five
thing they all look forward to is Okla., where he is an aviation ca- Pvt. Louis Wethington is'also pounds until Febru-
ISSOCIATIOKK taking off their "dog tag" and as- getting to travel a little. Renee canning sugar
ary 28, 1945. Apply to local boardsfor
suming again the role of free and tells this Louis has
: that
us week
but become of their
I. help a part supplemental ration. The can-
unregimented civilians. Allen full stride left Miami and is. now- stationed at been
vey again takes as ning season has divided into
They willingly accept regulationand lives and fortunes. With it, Her- Scott Field, Ill. two periods.
regimentation now as they fightto f fTjSgt. *
a story-teller in his SHOES
closes today. be free of' it in the future. They | Norman R. Fitzhugh brother '
Another school term tion of the American frontier set- Airplane stamps No. 1 and No. 2
recognize uniforms and "orders" as of Mrs. Maldon Wright who
Good luck, graduates tlement in 1764. wasa {Book 3) valid indefinitely.
a military necessity, but they long member of a battalion of Rangers "'"
Everyone appears to be happy for freedom of thought and action. DRAGONWYCKBy virtually wiped out on the Anzio GASOLINE
about the new simplified income They are fighting to protect the Seton beachhead is now visiting Mr. and A-10 coupons now valid east of

tax law except the churches and opportunity that all Americans have Anya Mrs. Wright in Clewiston on furlough Apalachicola River. Expire August
At eighteen Miranda Wells 8th.
charitable organizations. long enjoyed of starting at the bot- was home under the govern-
tom and getting to the top. They tired of churning butter and weeding ment's rotation policy. Followingis Rationing rules now require that

The fire this week was doubly are fighting so that they and. their the garden patch; revolted by his story as released by the War every car owner write his license

disastrous when one considers the children can live in a free world, the dull young farmers who soughther Department. ,It will be noted thereIs number and state on all gasoline

terrific housing shortage here at live their own lives in their own hand; stifled by backcountryNew : little mention of the bloody fight- coupons in his posession, as soon as

this time. More than ordinary care way without being pushed aroundby England piety. Then one May Ing at Anzio: they are issued him by. the ration
afternoon in 1844 came an invitation -
should be exercised in fire preven- some bright young bureaucratwho Sgt. Fitzhugh joined the Rangers board.
tion. wants to do all the planning for to live at Dragonwyck, estateof veterans of every campaign in WATERMELON: CEILINGS SET
her distant relative the great
them. the Mediterannean theater, when Maximum prices for watermelons '(,

The bond drive is underway. Not Here's the lament: Nicholas Van Ryn. they were organized because, he which will mean a sharp reduction -

officially it's true, but every bond The little country cousin was to said, he knew they needed radio at retail from last year's inflated -
"G. I. THIS AND G. I. THAT"Sitting
since the find in the great Hudson manor watermelon prices will be established -
:you buy or have bought i G. I. bed
on men.He
first'of June will be credited to our my house the answer to her dream ofluxury. fought all through the Rangers -, shortly at county shipper
My G. I. hat ,upon my head, I
,quota. We'll have to dig deep to But the dream bore strange actions, in two campaigns in and wholesale levels by the Officeof
I. G. I. shoes-
My G. pants, my
fruit. Miranda discovered the dark Africa and with- Price Administration ChaunceyW.
put this drive over the top. free lose. and in Sicily Italy, ,
nothing to
Everything ,
secret of Dragonwyck; and inthe out a scratch. Butler, district director, an.:

They issue everything we need, discovery she changed twice. Her The main body of Rangers, who nounced. .

Paper to write on, books to read, passion vas kindled by the icy fire were recruited in Ireland by Col. The prices r.o.b.' shipping point

,On The HouseBy Your belt, }"our'shoes, your G. I. tie, of the patroon, Nicholas, last of the Darby in June 1942, first saw ac- for all areas, will be $33 per ton,
Everything free, nothing to buy.; Van Ryns. Passion offered her a tion when they made a night and from the effective date of the regu-'

D. C. S. j Tau eat your food from G. I. plates, way of life she longed for; her day under fire at Arzew, Algeria on lation to July 4, and $26 per ton "....
You fill your needs at G. I. rates homemade dress changed to satin, Nov. 8, 1942, at the start of the for the period from July 5 to the
she was a part of Dragonwyck, with end of the .
Allied invasion. They fought in season.
We didn't get to attend the, ser- It's G. I. this and G. I. that- its Gothic towers, flowering gar-
understandingthat every major battle in Tunisia ex- RATION STA5IP CHANGEB2
vices but it's our G. I. hair cut, G. I. hat, dens, and acres of tenant farms. Yet .
there was an elaborate funeralin cept Mateur. In the Sicilian cam- and C-2 gasoline ration cou-
G. I. razor, G. I. comb this was a free country, and Drag-
town Friday night with 'mourners paign, the Rangers were once again pons-the old type B and C rations,.
GEE, I wish that I were HOME.
onwyck was not free. What ghost
preacher and all the trimmingsbut i the spearhead, landing in the city without serial numbers-will be invalid -
even though we, were unable to And since Spring is, in the air and Stirred the Red Room with its un- of Gela and capturing it after.fierce for use by retail buyers on and'

attend this very touching servicewe light Terse bubbles, fn the heart, I'll easy immortality? With the an- house-to-house fighting. after June 1, Chauncey. Butte

were much impressed by; some try my hand at answering in kind. swer Miranda would change once Once again they spearheaded the district director of the

of the epitaphs appearing on the more. The little farm girl who be- Allied assault at ,Anzio and remained Price Administration, Office.
"THE G. I. HOME FRONT"If came a great lady would become a beach- -'
cardboard tombstones the following on frontline duty at the Service stations will have ti? ,1.(
morning you were home, my G. I. friend I woman with a new: love, a new head for more than sixty .days before June 10 to ,turn them, in ,to .tnedr R."
J You'd find yourproblems wouldn'tend courage for the future' of a new orders were issued sending suppliers 'or exchange, them at their
No, we.won't. reprint them as some
country them home. boards for inventory coupons, wiile-
suggested that we do. While it was For while we home folks aren't G. I. Sgt. Fitzhugh credits walkie- distributors will 'have' until 'June 20

all in fun, as one of the placards We have a tough time getting by. WHILE STILL WE LIVE talkie radios 'with a great part of to deposit the voided stamps.

rather cleverly: said, there are those Instead of Brass Hats and MP's By Helen Maclnnes the Infantry Rangers' success in The, holder of such unused cou-

whose wounds heal slowly after a We have the Bureaucrats to please. The author of Assignment In their four campaigns in the Medi- pons may take them to his local

heated political\ campaign and it's They regulate our daily lives- Brittany and Above Suspicion comes terranean theater. rationing board for exchange.

just as well that we go ahead: and Protect our children, guard our forward with another story of war "Those walkie-talkies kept us in

laugh and refrain from making any wives, and espionage. This time the sceneis contact with the advance elements Eggs should be gathered twice-

attempt to preserve these witti- Run' our business, grow our' crops, Poland, and the narrative covers; (Continued on page 5) daily and marketed twice weekly.
cisms for posterity (or the next' And set the price on lollypops.If the devastation of Warsaw Nazi

campaign) by printing them. we, by chance, would go afishin'We terrorism, and the organization of .

We neither condemn nor con- first must ask some guy's per- 'the Polish underground, in all of "

done such political "burials.' mission.We which a young British girl. was in --Thank Yon ..

They've been occuring after each have no trouble getting booze volved. ;

election for many years and the But must have coupons for our While Still We Live is not onlya :.

harder fought the battles and the shoes. hair-raising tale but a surging .each and everyone '

more interesting the races the more: We're told to check the ceiling price drama of the hopes and fears, the

y "graves" after the final primary.But On everything from nuts to rice. pride and the ,courage of a conquered of youfor :

occasionallywith( all the fun, i We stand in line and 'wait..our turn yet unconquerable people. It is :.'
some quip is made which inflicts To buy a mop or coffee urn. warm with sympathy for every man '' the loyal support given me in my race for Congress

K; deep hurt on some who are not as While jobs are plentiful today, and woman caught in the Nazi hol- from the Sixth District. I am -deeply rateful for your "

thick-skinned as politicians per- To get' one we're obliged to pay ocaust yet its portrayal of the friendship and confidence. ;,

haps should be and that is the part Initiation fees and dues brutalities they are enduring is

that we would condemn. To buy some Business Agent booze. starkly!; vividly real. *

." .... If we protest and ask "How come?" Miss Maclnnes' very human char- L0L0StuckeyPaid >

This week each room: in the school They label% us "Subversive Bum." aeters are not only unconquerable,

was presented with a beautiful I they are unforgettable. ( Political: AdV.) .S: )
American flag placed in a 'standard And so :you see, my G. I. friend, I ,...
You aren't so bad off in the end.
A which had been made by the agri-
But since I've given: you the dope,
culture classes of the high school. i "
When you come home I surely hopt:
But it appears that somewhere along
You'll like the G. I. ]some front less
the line an error was made and the
And straighten out the whole blam-
wrong organization was given credit
ed mess!
for the presentation. Since this '

t, move was started and carried ,: -.';,,":<,...".;..:.' ...,,"" ..." REGARDS-. ;"' ':, :. ", -
t through by the American Legion Book ReviewsNew ,
.. : ;' td
'. ..r: _
one of the legionnaires to whom we

talked this week thinks that they books in Clewiston Public Li- :
; should get the credit. So do we, for brary-reviewed by Mrs. W. Dean i" : ,

, it was a 'worthwhile gift and one of King, chairman: .
: which every school child might well Library Hours ',

be proud. Amild rebuke to the Monday-3 to 6 P. M. ; ; ,. THANKS' FRIENDS AND VOTERS AND NON- ". .,.

legionnaires, however, would appear Wednesday and FridaY-7 to 9 .iJ'

t to be in order for had they taken P. M. SUPPORTERS I..s f I. .,:<,;
time to make the presentation to ,

..:. each room the proper credit would I It BEDFORD VILLAGEBy .

( have been given. Hervey Allen : CRAB ,-j:
, .s; .. DON'T FEEL THAT fM.A, ,
i iI This is the second volume in a .,;:-.
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The beginning of hot weather series of six, following The Forest ; .
\/ (and it has begun here even if you and The Fort. :'I'LL MEET YOU AGAIN FOUR YEARS FROM NOW .;.:

:: soldiers in England and Alaska This re-creates the Pennsylvania : ) I
_ haven't found any) brings to mind frontier as Salathiel Albine saw it '
.. .
again thoughts a swimming pool from November 1763 through late .\ -.
for Clewiston. A great deal of talk summer 1764. Salathiel is involved .

,has been indulged in through the in affairs at Fort Bedford, life .
'past several years concerning this in the village that found its social Sincerely, ....

'I' worth-while venture but, like the center in Pendergass' tavern, the! .' ti.

weather, no one has yet done anything political work of the Masons and "

1'' and children of the community Indian fighting in which the bloodiest ;
I. are still forced, if they wish to massacre is committed by the PAUL O'BANNON : :

swim, to travel to the beach or to whites. Three young women fig- .
take their chances In the too-deep ure in Salathiel's personal life. / : : : };

levee Outsiders canal. may think it foolish to enlivened Good digest by tIle of historical novelist's imagina-material :. :, (Everybody's Friend.) '-l I, oJJ

propose a ,swimming. pool in a community tion. 1, ,'

:---. situated on one of. the largest It is a novel of high adventure, a -. t;* x : (Paid Political Adv.) "-l ;
V bodies of fresh water in the nation story: of people and events so real, '.. ,, ,
but those who live here ,know so vividly alive that you cannot' : 45 : "

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RhulanderDyessFriends Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. Q.I ALL DRIVERS SHOULD BE OX

" ... E. Gericke, superintend Classesfor THE ALERT FOR YOUNGSTERS
all ages.Morning I
II here will be interested to I TAMPA,. June 1- (FNS)-"Four
learn of the marriage in Miami Worship, 11:00 a. m. A hundred thousand children will
PERSONAL SOCIETYu nursery for small children Is con- soon
Beach Saturday evening of Miss tlucted by the Mothers' be romping everywhere celebrating
Club the
Julia Dyess, daughter of Mr. and Community Center. at their summer holidays, not think
Mrs. B. C. Dyess of Lakeport, to ing of accidents." says Asher Frank,
I. Warrant Officer Edward R. Rhu- "The Teller Of Tales" is the 'Director of the Florida Safety: Coun-
,-- l lander of Riddle Field. The ceremony theme of the minister's .sermon. cil.

was conducted by a Lutheran Young People's meeting at 6:00 "Now is the time for all drivers: l

u Evadene Moree spent the i Mr. and Mrs W. B. Bowdon and minister of Miami Beach in his p. m., for all high school and jun- to be on the alert for those young- k i

week-end in West Palm Beach. baby son have returned from a two study. ior high )'oung'people.. The dis- 'sters. Have your, brakes checked, '!

,,'eeks' vacation which they spent I Mrs Rhulander has lived the cussion of the 'Bible will be con-. keep your speed down, watch your !

Mrs. Agnes Prange spent several: visiting Mrs. Bowdon's parents inn : greater part of her life in Glades tin ued. tires. Don't spoil these children's
"" days this week visiting friends i :l Black Mountain, N. C. county and was graduated from You are cordially invited to wor- vacation by injuring them; don't I
West Palm Beach. -- Moore Haven High School in the ship with us. ruin your life by having on your.,

Mr. and Mis. Eugene Thomas and Class of 1942. For the past two .. conscience the knowledge that you {I

,Mrs. A. J. Kinsey will return to daughter,' Jean Anne, left Saturday years she"has worked at Riddle With Our Boys- have injured a child when it could

'- day from Tampa where she has for their home in Ely Paso, Texas Field and in Clewiston where she is have been prevented ,by following I

'./ > been visiting for the past week. after a visit of two weeks with his now employed by the Hendry County every-day simple safety rules." :

n':; / brothers, G. B. ,and E. A. Thomas Motors. -. (Continued from Page 4 1 '.. -- ,:,l
i. Mrs. EV.. Durst left Thursdayto here. .WO| Rhulander is the son of Mrs all the time. The command post .'

S spend a week with her husbandin \1. Rhulander of Strawn, Illinois, >new exactly what was going on at FOR SALE House ",1

'". Miami. Glen E. Etherton, Win. M. John- and has been in the service for about the front line and could give ordersor "
son and Arch Simmons are spending eight years. He has been located at change plans without any loss of trailer. See L. J. Pape .:4
-' Keathley Bowden was in 'Lakeland several Riddle Field since last'"" November time," the War Department quotes
this week
; days on a fishing
: for a couple of days this week trip at Bokeelia on the Gulf Coast. where he is a technical air inspector him as saying. "The large trans- on Ave. 2tc. J\\

on business They made the trip in Mr. Johnson's for the American Air Forces. hiitters take care of longer dis-
cabin cruiser. The young couple was accompanied tances, but when it comes to battle -;

... Charles E. Sullivan, Victor Fite only by Mr. and Mrs. L. M. the walkie-talkie is the thing." RABBITS FOR SALE_ : ,:, I
-Hutson of Clewiston. They will He told, in a story released by
and Lou Place were visitors in West '
Have '
llrs. Geo. C. Bestor" New
Cpl. and Zealand
: Palm Beach Sunday. continue to make their home in the War Department, how he had some :' I
rived Tuesday for a visit with his '''''1
,t>: Clewiston. made his own batteries for receiv-' whites '
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace A. I pedigreed rab- ,!
-4 Capt. M. M. Cash and Capt. R. J. ing sets over which he heard the
' ;-: Arnold were visitors in Miami over Bestor. Cpl. Bestor from is on a Siebert twelve- MRS. RESTOR ENTERTAINS FOR German propaganda broadcasts, and bits. All ages ,from two':: :'
'. day furlough : Camp DAUGHTER-IN-LAW how he rigged batteries
/ the week-end. -- THURSDAYMrs. up some and
Ala. got enough, power to operate elec- months to breeding age. .:; ;

' R. 'L. Richardson and P. V. Wal- H. A. Bestor entertainedwith I tric razors.EASTERN. Otto Larsen
- Sonny Vaughn has returned homo bridge party afternoon I Clewiston.1
-, ker were visitors in Miami the past a Thursday -
,, : week-end. from the University of Florida in at Sugarland Park Auditorium ; AIRLINES 3t D-Cn. -.11

Gainesville,,\where\ J he has, been at honoring her daughter-in-law, : ANNOUNCE EXTENSION .
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Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle were school during the past term, to spend Irs. Geo. C. Bestor, who with her OF SERVICE ,.
' the summer with his parents, Mr. husband Bestor is "'
business visitors in West Palma Cpl. here for a -
Beach Monday. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn. brief Visit while he is on furlough TALLAHASSEE, June 1-(FNS) '
Johnson's Fish r
from Camp Siebert, Ala. -President Capt. Eddie Ricken- I

., Mrs. J. D. Jordan and family left B. C. Prewitt of Dover arrived High score prize, a map print backer of Eastern Airlines an- (Near Hurricane Gate) ':,

Thursday to join Mr. Jordan who Thursday for a visit of ten days or waste paper basket, went, to Mrs. C. nounced this week that the Civil Clewiston, Flo." \.

f ; has been transferred to work in two weeks with his two sons, M. M. :J. Nielsen; second high, a bath Aeronautics Board had authorizedthe Boats and Motors-Guide Service \

? Miami.W. and W: C. Prewitt and their families towel: set, went to Mrs Foy Dur- extension of service from Tam' Rates Reasonable j _' ',

I and to attend tonight the gradua- rence; third high, a crystal cigarette pa to Miami starting June 1, but W. H. Johnson, Mgr.; .

- S. Bowdon attended the meeting tion exercises of his granddaughter, box, was won by Mrs. C. E. Miner; that passengers to or from Tallahassee ';:

: of the Florida Vegetable Growers Miss Mauryne Prewitt.Mr. ., a novelty weather forecaster went could not be carried, under r

{. committee in' Orlando Wednes to Mrs. R. C. Nowling as consolation a ruling that protects prior rights yj
I> tf the National Airlines. ,
s day. ,and Mrs. Walter F. Jarvis of and Mrs. W. C. Nail received Passengers from SURF COTTAGES :" ::1
; to
Christobel Panama arrived in Miami a double deck of cards as cut prize. Miami RIGHT ON THE OCEAN ,
: Mrs. Katherine Wilson Mrs. The honoree received flower may travel by EAL to Tam- ;:;:
by plane Monday night and came a
pa but would have to change thereto VACATION spot close to home.: : ::3
.. Stella Turpin, Mrs. Maude Hare and here immediately for a visit with hair ornament and a lovely handkerchief National it was pointed out. The Nine miles nprth of the Palm :
F. ,L. Williamson were visitors in his mother, Mrs. A. O. Ward. He is and guest prizes of handkerchiefs Beaches, on U. S. Highway No., 1 ;l7.
Tallahassee Chamber of Commercehas OUR Coast Guard lease has expired "
.,,; Fort Myers Sunday. supervisory electrical engineer for. in flower folders were issued and renovating will be completed ''.,:-,
a vigorous this
protest to
.the Panama Canal project. given to Miss Mauryne Prewitt, Mrs. restriction.ST. ,, about June 1, when we plan ..' ,

Mrs. Patty Mead accompanied W. H. Fleming and Mrs. W. F. to DUE open.to conditions, we will operate -,:;"i'.oi
' 't Mr. and:'Mrs. Ray Yoder of Moore Mr. and Mrs Jerry Greenbergerwere Jarvis. on the American Plan Reservationswill : :;1
x '
be necessary with a minimum :
; Haven Qn a trip to Lakeland over in Okeechobee Thursday Refreshments of chicken salad Our '
, on MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL of a 2-day reservation. capacity ::
the week-end. night of last week to attend the and iced tea were served to: Mrs. CHURCH 20 to 25 guests. .,;,
YOU will enjoy the food, rest, relaxation ,< j
I graduating exercises of the Okee- 1. M. Bishop, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, swimming and surf fishing : .''
Dr. J: W., Ezelle, G.:, H. Small, W.. chobee High 'SchooI'senior class of Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. E L. Stewart Services every Sunday at 8:30a. -, along with the?Lome atmos- =-:'

N. llartin and 'E.. E:. Gross enjoyed which Mr. Greenberger's brother' Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. G. B. m., at Clewiston Community phere.RATES-Double. $4 daily, $25 ':

{' a fishing trip, to Pine Island Tues, Harry, is a member. Thomas, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. R.C. Church. weekly, per person. Single, $5 ':'j
l daily J32 weekly. "
' day. -, J. Wilson, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs.> Holy Communion and Sermon.. FOR reservations, write SURFCOTTAGES. ..'ri
__ Mr. and Mrs. Richard, Yoder re- t. C. Granere, jr., Mrs. P. M. McIntyre Rev. S. D. Mason, Rector. 623 30th ct.. West Palm _' ':;:0 1

; r ; .j 'Horace A. Bestor' spent a couple turned ,Sunday night from a week's Mrs. W. C. Nail Mrs. M. M. Beach Bound,,Florida Mgr. or'Phone 8940. W.:J. 'A.30 ,::'i'';,,1

,' of days last week in Good Samaritan vacation in West Palm Beach Mrs. Prewitt, Mrs; G. E. Etherton, Mrs '.:

J ? Hospital in West Palm. Beach for Cecile Brooks was over for the c.. E. Miner, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., FOR SALE-One Sim- .

.' : treatment. week-end to visit her son, Billy in Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. C. J.'

RY+ Good Samaritan Hospital, andre- Nielsen Mrs. C. L. McLendon,1' llrs. mons double bed and

Mr. and M rs. Charles Bolton and turned home with them. F. E. Conkling, Mrs. Carl E. Johnson VIKING HOTEL

j'? their daughter, Mrs. Joe Hall, will Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr:, Mrs. springs. Inquire Mrs. J. 31st & Collins Ave

leave, today for a week or ten days Bill Perry returned this week A. O. Ward, Mrs. W. F. Jarvis, Mrs. F. Morrison

:. vacation in Dawson, Ga. from the University of Florida Foy Durrence, Mrs. R. C. Nowling Sugarland MIAMI BEACH

'where he has been attending school Mrs. J. W.; Ezelle, Mrs. S. L. Crochet i Park. 1 tc. Carlton BrowB. Mgr
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Simmons Mr. 'for the term and will Efficiencies tt Hotel Rooms
past -spend a Allison
.h Mrs. Arthur Bong, Mrs. R. V. 1/2. block to I>each ana buses
and Mrs.. A. W. McCorkle, Mrs. C. couple of weeks here with his par- .Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs.W. E. I SUMMER RATES
-' E. Miner and Mrs G. H. Small were ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry, Bolton, Mrs. G. H. Small Mrs. J. K. Former operators Churchill Hotel

: fishing in 'the Gulf off Fort Myers before returning to Gainesville for Rogers, Mrs. H. A., Case, Mrs. G. M. FOR SALE-Ladies' bicycle -

Sunday., the summer session. Pitzen, Mrs. Eugene Powers and
in excellent' condition -
Mrs. L. H. Nash at the bridge tbales
f;:-: Mrs. Eddye Curry and daughter, MM 21c| Blitz Wegman, who is, at and the following tea guests: and with number of
Loworn, and Mrs. B. B. Wilson left '
his home in LaBelle on furlough Miss Mauryne prewitt, Mrs. C. H. G. M. FORD

/:1: Monday for Gainesville and other from the U- S. Navy Sea-Bees, was -a Berner, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. R. accessories. Pre war
--'s- points in west Florida They will Visitor here Wednesday. Mr. Weg Y. Patterson, Mrs. M. W. Bigg Mrs. 'Civil Engineer and Surveyor

; be away about. a month. man spent thirteen months on E. E. Kelly, Mrs. M. T. Hood, Mrs. but with new' Victory Specializing In Everglades

--;:fit ---T Guadalcanal but was sent home to W. 'H. Fleming, TMrs. B. A. Bourne, Sur'eJ'sP'hone
Mrs. Loan Place spent the weekend tires. Priced to sell. In-
I recuperate from an attack of ar- Mrs. C. A. Martinez Mrs. J. Vaughn ( 66< ClewKten, Fla. i
In West Palm
- Beach Her sis- thritis. He is now on furlough from
' Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs. A. L. quire Box 7210. 1 Itp
: ter, Mrs. Geo. Crowe returned home the Naval Hospital in San Diego. Moorman and Mrs. Temple. --- .

:- ';: with her after spending a week .---- .
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,here. Joe Walker was taken seriously SENIOR CLASS HONORED -- -- -----
ill while spending the week-end in WITH BREAKFAST AT INN
'.. Mrs. Doris Scott returned home :Miami 'and was taken;' to ,a hospital
:. -. Monday from Fort Myers Hospital there for treatment. Mrs. Walker the
'_ Miss Jo Ann Long one of MANY THANKS
, ;' where she underwent an operation returned to Clewiston to finish the members of the. graduating class,
< on Tuesday of last t week. She is term as fourth grade teacher and and her mo'ther. Mrs. F. C. Long,
said to be recovering nicely. after this week will return to Miami entertained the other seniors and
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to be with her husband until members of the faculty with a
Miss Edythe Nell Cornette returned -i he is able to return home. "'
breakfast at the Inn Tuesday morn- For the splendid vote in county 'j
a home Wednesday from New .ngfThose your ,

Smyrna where she attended a beach Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Johnson attending were Mrs. Kathe- which helped to give me the Democratic nomination -

'party following her graduation 'John and Harald Johnson, and Mrs.: rine Watton Jackson, Miss .Frances as the first Congressman from the Sixth
R from Southern College at Lakeland H. V. Steinel of Sara j;ota spent Sutton, Miss Kathleen Lewis, :Miss

Sunday here with their son, brother Frances Jordan, Miss Mauryne Pre- District.
: Lee Parker, Jr., and Mrs. R. A. and nephew, Card/'G. Johnson and witt, Miss Mary Mathis, Eric Thomas -
Dobbin drove to West Palm I assure that campaign pledge to
Beach family. Haralr,!} is at home on fur- and Medford Dunaway, seniors; you my
: ,: Monday to meet Mrs. Dobbin's mo- lough from ,the Army having just M. O. Stroud, Miss Geraldine Gal- disregard county lines in my efforts to repre-:
ther who arrived from
; Grand Forks completed ,.his basic training with loway Mrs. Charles Atwill, Mrs. C.
N. Dak., for a visit with her daughter the combat, engineers. E. Bjornsen and ,Bernard Myers sent the district will be strictly adhered to and
here. ( faculty members, I>,and Mrs. M. M. that I shall do my utmost to give fair and im- ..;

Mrs/ Cecile Brooks and Mrs. Prewitt room. mother.
} : Among the Clewiston picknlckersat Daisy Yoder and Mrs. It. D. Yoder .,.. partial representation to every part of _the '

'Fisheating Creek Sunday were of loore Haven were in West Palm I COVERED DISH SUPPER new district. "
Mr1. and Mrs. Jno. Lucaa, Mrs. V. J. Beach Wednesday where Mrs. TO BE SERVED THURSDAY :t'

Oglesby, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ?rooks is seeking to locate whileher '., In the months before January I hope to :

Barkley, Mr. and Mrs. Cheyne and; son, Billy, is taking treatmentsfor The Womans' Association of the visit section of the district and become J
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Dozier. ,r infantile paralysis which win be Community Church is planning a every

-- carried on for a period ranging from covered dish supper next Thursday thoroughly conversant with the problems and ,
Misses Louise Roath, BetjjT' Kay six months to two years. I night at 7:30 at Ihe Community needs that I be better able
v? ; French and Renee Wethinfi ton and Center. f so may to prove

'> Cadets Bill Moore Bill Lronari and ",Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley left All members and husbands and worthy of your confidence and the trust you .i
L Charles
x Sweet were Panicking at Tuesday for Orlando .where they ex- friends are invited |nd urged to attend have imposed in me. '- ": r

Fisheating Creek SunAari, pected to attend the. ,"meeting of A very program
Florida Vegetable Growers Commit- has been
." Mrs. Walter Herb rt Fleming o ; 18tr.StlUg

Jacksonville, arrive Saturday fo continuing CLKWISTON OMMUNITY Dwight L. Rogers i

(-' a visit with ughter, Mrs. A American Legion Convention this \ ',. CIIUR II '
O. Ward. Sh. w g accompanied by week-end. They were accompanied ,D .\'id O. llano "k, :Minbter

Tampa who jefriJUA. n her home by Mrs...L. B;. Robbins who will visit (Paid Political Adv.)

Tuesday. '_---.. relatives l in' Benson Springs. SUNDAY, JU E 4, 194.4

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U. 5. 'Scouts and Raiders'

1 He Knows Beyond Description

Make Warfare History I Nllsri DollY-We women endure pain "Are you ill?" asked the physi- j i
much better than "
Exclusive War Story: men. cian. "Let me see your tongue.
Molly-Who told that? Your "It's "
you no use, doctor, replied the i
(Ray Brock, war correspondent, 41/2 :ioctor? patient "no tell how
; tongue can
Specialists in Guerilla Tactics Practice Blood- and years practically in the Balkans en route for at the this N.moment Y. Times to DollY-No; the shoe salesman.; bad I feel" .

for the European theater for InternationalNews Tillie calls her ring a war
less Raids in Preparation souye- His Complaint
Service, spellbound some of us oir. She
won it in her'first
this breathless story. We asked him to jot engage- Auntie-Tommy, won't you have
Battle to Come. ment.
Big it down.) another piece of shortcake?

Dear Walter: Here's the story Old Habit Tommy-No, thank you.

precisely as Bea Tolstoi gave it to. Joan (watching rookies on reiiew)- Auntie-You seem to be suffer-
. By me the other night. I think it's one Why do they put all the big men in front ing from loss of appetite.
News Analyst and Commentator. of the great, hitherto unwritten of the little men? Tommy-It ain't loss of appe-

,WNU Service, Union Trust Building of the invasion of Europe," the chapters in the war. Scene: Shep- Jasper-It's the sergeant's fault. He tite. What I'm suffering from is '?,,

Washington, D. C. benefits derived from guerillas heards Terrace, Cairo. Time: Late used to run a fruit store! politeness.

"Halt-who's there?" would be "of the greatest assistanceto afternoon, November 15, 1941. Ken
This sentence, barked out in one an army opening a bridgehead. Downs, then an ace war correspondent -
Well not only the land guerillasbut Service he's
exhalation the for Int'l News ( nowa
startled stopped
also the men, who come up out It. col. on Terry Allen's staff an
form which had suddenly
stealthy of the sea by night are of "greatestassistance" Scotch and
materialized out of the shadow of a Europe), was finishing a
whether you call them the of "For Whom
last five
wet his pages
plane. His dark suit stuck to
by the romantic name of "commandos" The Bell Tolls." Geoffrey Keyes in-
lithe form. His hands went up as
or the more prosaic terrupted him. Geoffrey, a lieuten-
the sentry's bayonet stopped just
American designation of "scouts and
his midriff. There ant-colonel at the age of 24 (son of
short of was no "
hardly raiders. The French have their Admiral Roger Keyes), had duckeda / % ./%: fi: ,
moon. The two figures, /--7///'''< black land guerillas who are already play- desk job in England to come out to 0'I I
each other in the
visible to ,
ing a vital part in the battle of Ger- Egypt, join the British desert commandos Smart geranium apron. Pattern 7027 con-
froze for a second as the sentry'snervous many. The part'our Scouts and Raid- tains a transfer pattern of embroidery,
( and raid the German and
trigger-finger grew a little ers have in the same epic event necessary pattern pieces; directions.
more steady. He called the guard. will some day be sung in appropriate talian rear-dynamiting airdromes, dr i Due to an unusually largo demand and
There was the crescendo scuff- blowing bridges, playing general hell current war conditions, slightly more
measures. with the enemy, etc. But now Ken time is required in filling orders for a few
scuff-scuff of hurrying feet and a
But let's back to personal
get our bowns of the most popular pattern numbers.
moment later the sentry was patrolling told Geoffrey Keyes too go
history. The day after the k\ Send your order to:
Ken absorbed in the fictional '
the airdrome again muchon way. was
very "raid" which I described to you, a \
the alert. last few minutes of RobertJordan's \
captain from the raided airbase was Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
"For the fifth time, I ask you visiting at "raider'1 headquarters.Said life in the Bell, the unfor- 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, Ill.

where you came from," the angry the captain, after his third gettable last few minutes when Jor- Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to

colonel demanded. For the fifth coca cola: "About your raiders run- dan, with a smashed thigh, props cover cost of mailing) for Pattern '
time ,came the same answer from ning hog wild over our joint last himself against a tree and levels his No...............

the prisoner in the wet jungle suit. night. We caught them all-four of tommygun on an approaching column Name ......................:........
"Private, first class, James them. walked into thesentry's of Fascist cavalry .
O'Fallon Serial No. 3030496." They right Address .............................
arms-and darn near got
"Take him away," said the drilled." Keyes was off with Capt. Colin

colonel finally, "he can stay in the The raider officer who lived his Campbell and his commandos on \

guardhouse for the duration." part and looked it-he was still un the raid to kill Rommel, the raid President's PowerThe

The guards hustled No. 3030496 off shaven-got up and picked up a that missed Rommel because the President of the United

to the hoosegow where he stumbledover rifle, shining like a schoolboy's Afrika Korps general was in Romeon States does not require the con-

an assortment of "AWOLS"and morning face. that was standing in a birthday party-but it was one v i s > sent of congress if he wishes, for

other bleary-eyed offenders. He the corner. of the most daring operations of the diplomatic reasons, to request a

saw three other men lying peace- The Colonel Errs war and won Keyes his Victoria foreign government to recall its

fully on the floor arrayed like him. Cross-posthumously. Keyes landed ambassador or minister.WWiii.
But no sign of recognition on their "Take this back to your colonel, his commandos two hundred miles -

blackened faces. he said, "and have him check its behind the German lines, beached
number. He knows it stands in the
Bloodless Raid his landing craft by night near Sidi
rack right outside his door and if Rafa. They hid two days and nights

Private first class O'Fallon and you have an inspection worth a in a wadi (gully), trekked twenty
his four comrades (although the nickel. it's been_ missing about nine? miles and snaked
-- un ----- ----- on D-nigJ up to
colonel didn't know it at the time) hours.:" the Afrika Korps GHQ. .

were the only men captured out of The captain cocked an,eye. 7027

a raiding party of 40. The rest had "Yep," said the raider, "I They attacked with grenades, tom-

slipped catlike over the whole air- plucked it from the bush and would myguns and machine pistols, Keyes a:

base, chalked their initials on have had the name plate off the leading. Keyes killed the first sentry -

planes, sketched, the location of the skipper's door too if I hadn't hearda kicked down the outer door and

radio room, noted the position of the step in the hall. Want to 'see a led his raiders in, spraying the cor- I=: ..,

antiaircraft guns, estimated the size sketch of your layout?" He tosseda ridor with tommygun and pistol. & ": ( ,,; ",,,:
of the garrison, checked each rock sodden notebook on the table. ">Sr. ','r "" :' ,, -,--
Startled .
'frightened German staff: .
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and sandbar in the shallows Yes,jt was just "play. But the officers poured from their billets.Keyes' TaUWl',. .l ,a '',:'
which had officer had been .'. "r' :s .
through they crawled be- yelling who pushingthe men blasted them down. The Those with tanned-dark skfa, "
> "
fore they reached the beach.Of pigskin around for one of our sirens externally nosed who want It Y
went alarm (
a general being lighter, ,
smoother totter ehonld "
course, this was only a practice storied gridirons only two years ago sounded. A GREAT morale-lifter either in try Dr. FRED Palmer1 Skin :< ;'

raid like dozens of others, the had: played at more serious gamesin your own home or at the can- If Whltener.not satisfied Use7day MONEY asdireet BACK.

preparation for which I have wit- Africa before he came back to teen is this smartly embroideredhostess 2Sc Send at Sc druggist. FREE Sampl.. 'd ?:
The Germans got to their arms, postage GALENOU
nessed. But real bullets had twice be an instructor-he had landed on Glamorous] yet Dept. S, Box 264. Atlanta Ga. -t'k""', /,iqDr.FredPalmer'sSkinWhitener
back. : "
began to fight Keyes' small aio'nM; :
that night whistled out over shad- more than one enemy beach, wig- force got smaller. But Geoffrey, practical, akes a useful gift.

ows and set the big grey Snauzers gled past sentries, human and can- still leading took seventeen
Y yipping and the flashlight stabbinginto ine, just as he had when he workedhis a
through the last defenses in the inner -
the black sky above the base. way up to the commandant'sdoor
stockade to Rommel's
The unwritten story of these stole the rifle, inched his way own quar-

cialists will all come out some day.spe- back to a clump of bushes, dug out a ters.machine Rommel's pistol staff fusillade aide got which Keyes almost -, KNOW YOUR FOODS by Mary Be//// ...

: The Japs did this kind of thing at his deflated rubber raft, blew it up
tore Keyes' right leg off. Keyes
and paddled back to safety.
the beginning of the and
war we
l thought it incredible. The British did Duck soup for him. He'd done it fell in the doorway. Colin Camp- ...
bell, behind him, dragged Keyes back
it later with their brilliant "com- all before in earnest once when
mandos." there had been a quick flash of a from the threshold and hurled two

The old name for it is guerilla knife and some blood-and a sentry's grenades inside. Then he sprayedthe r

warfare fighting behind the last groan, stifled by a hand room with his tommygun. Had$
Rommel been there he'd have
that had to wipe some enemy blood
lines, or in the more official lan-
of article from it. And for that, he wears a caught it.Campbell.
guage an :: by Douglas
Smith in that trenchant military little ribbon on his dress tunic which
can't buy by the and a sergeant dragged
you yard. 1
publication, the Cavalry Journal "a I .
Keyes back to the outer stockade, cs
phase in trained armed warfare that
Women and the War
> firing as they fell back. Then Camp-
concentrates on destruction (the
raiders What is going to happen tC the mil- bell was hit. "Get out!" Keyes or- ,
destroy, the scouts merely
lions of who dered. "Take him out. Leave
information women are now filling me
get ) of
and equipment in enemy the enemy's personnel : jobs in war industries when (1) here." They had reached the door of ,/ / < /ru////"", ).HF/ ///' .

those industries are discontinued or the outer stockade. "Give me that
own territory.
Back, in the French and Indian 1 converted to peace-time operations, tommygun." Keyes took the sub- GREAT CHANGE ARE COMING OVER FOOD ) :J

,wars, the ancestors of Douglas ((2) millions of men come home machinegun and propped himself in BUYING AS WOMEN DISCOVER THAT YOU CAN'T ... 1i

Smith began learning these tricks; from the war looking for jobs? the door. Well. The rest of it came JUDGE FOODS MERELY BY PRICE-FOR.EXAMPLE, \

Captain Smith, an American citizen A group of women who meet in i from Downs' report-as he got it Nt/-MAID, A FINE*TABLE-GRADE"MARGARINE, -

and later of the French foreign Washington frequently, hare been I from the sergeant-and from Colin IS AS DELICIOUS THE MOST EXPENSIVE SPREAD.,

legion, has put on paper some of hard at work for months on plans to 'I'' Campbell, who wrote from a German -

,_ the principles he has adduced from deal with such an emergency. Theyare prison camp. ,
his own experiences in World the women's advisory com it-

:'' War II.Excellent. tee of the War Manpower commis- I They dragged Campbell to a tree 1 ?

Results sion, headed by Miss Margaret A. nearby. His wound was pretty\ bad. '

,.; Hickey, and they have just made They gave him morphine and -he
"The usual"method of attackingan some specific recommendations to began to go under. But he could v cooxtrrcrSCHOOL.

airdrome, says Captain Smithin War Manpower Chief McNutt. still see Keyes, in the first gray r .

recounting one of his experiences The women's committee says streaks of daylight, propped in the
'., with the guerillas -
composed of Brit-
that: doorway and blasting away at the
ish and French in Libya, "was for Employers should give their wom- Germans in the stockade. The ser-

:the men to leave their cars (the en workers notice of cessation of geant ran back to Keyes, but Geof- l
rubber boat of the desert) and go work far ahead
as as possible; frey refused aid. He simply de-
on foot up to the airdrome at night. Women to be laid
off first shouldbe manded more clips for his tommy-
.: When possible, they passed the sen- those on the split-shift, including YET !,
tries without detection gun. The sergeant got MU-MAID IS SO
and put their mothers of children for whom ITS
.. bombs on the airplanes (chalk IT CAN BE USED (
time working
arrangements have "ListenKeyes fired a burst. A SPREAD CHILDREN'S'AFTERSCHOOL NU'MAIO ALSO
r marks when you just rehearse) then FOR THE WAKES ,
& left the airdrome been made; "Not more than two or three of you PREFERRED BY GOOD
and got suffi-
r ciently far away before the bombs their Women jobs who, voluntarily wish to resign should from be will get away. Some. of youhe EVERYONE LOVES ITS MILL\- |COOKS FOR BAKINGFRY'
fired again, a long, choppy burst
went off. ,
asked to do so as soon as possible;
that drove Germans back to
"Of course, says Captain Smith Women who have to be dismissed \ o
'l-. laconically, as the descendant of aI' because of the curtailment of work cover. "Some of you must get backto o

good Indian fighter would, "this was should be given consideration as to reporthe fired again and 'TABLE-GRADENU-MAID \&+ DIGESTIBLE AND ISM

: not always possible and many times, skill, seniority and dismissal pay, rammed home "a fresh clip., RICH IN VITAMIN *A" (THEPE'UP"VTAMIN| ). IT IS A
"Tell ,
sentries had to be killed in hand-to- based on length of service; them-" HIGH ENERGY FOOD. GET Nlh a! !D AT YOUR, GROCER'S}
"Yes sir) snapped the ,
hand fighting by a sudden attack Plans should be made for advis-
4 : with a knife. Although the Ger-' ing women who are dismissed about "Get word to Ken Downs,", fin-

'; mans made every effort to protect such things as transferring to other ished Keyes. "Tell him, if you /fl14 chb1G'*

I, their planes against such attacks, jobs, retraining for other jobs and will", that it happened this way. Good- 1. ...
:: approximately 300 enemy planes their social security rights. by. The sergeant saluted and ran,

., :. were destroyed by this guerilla unit What action the manpower com- zig-zagging, for a vadi and safety.

:', in a single 12-month span mission will take along these lines Campbell began to pass out. As

Captain Smith, writing in the remains to be seen. But at least the he went under he could see Keye

early days of the war; says, "in case women have spoken up. firing, reloading, firing INE MIAMI MARGARINE Ct CINCINNATI.j.
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experience or your own capital, If their odd moments. grocery list. Just inside the front
necessary. Save Va to Vi. Write today 1 Be Mix meat with milk, onion, salt
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In Biddenden, Kent, England, at necessary. Sandwiches, cooling teaspoon salt

Easter in memory of two sisters, drinks, appetite-tempting dessertare .teaspoon pepper
popular with the younger set. 2 tablespoons sugar
Elizabeth and Mary Chalkhurst, "
have for the last 800 years kept Hot Ham Sandwiches. Wash cabbage thoroughly. Drain.

alive an old and tragic story. (Serves 6) Shred fine. Combine remaining in. ,, ,

Joined together at the hips, the 12 slices brown bread gredients; pour over cabbage. Sprinkle '/ "
6 slices ham with paprika. ... : 1I
sisters lived a happy life for 35 _
: years, greatly devoted vto one 1 egg Now,. for desserts.. A fresh'cherry __

another. Then Tine fell'ill and'died. 3 tablespoons melted' ,butter cobbler is good, or the hot fudge 7 {
milkPrepared pudding is and economical I
Her sister refused all entreaties % cup : appetizing _

., to have the connecting flesh sev- mustard : .
6 slices American *Fresh Cherry Cobbler. ,
or Swiss cheese
ered, and she herself died six
teaspoon salt (Serves 6)
hours after her sister's death.
The Biddenden cakes, bearing Vs teaspoon pepper 3 cups pitted cherries 1p
Spread thin' slices of the bread 1 cup sugar
an image of the sisters, remind the "
With ham, then with a layer of mus- 1 tablespoon cornstarch in 1 '
; : inhabitants of the little village of
tard. Cover with slice of cheese.
r tablespoons cold water
the tragic devotion of these early
"Siamese twins." Top with another slice of bread. V-2 tablespoon butter

Beat egg, add salt, pepper and milk. Vz teaspoon cinnamon 1 .
Dip sandwiches quickly in this mix- Rich shortcake dough
:: YOU CAN'T BUY ture, then fry in butter until deli- Heat cherries with sugar and wa-

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Sausages and Spaghetti. fuls on top and bake in a hot (400-
A. VEGETABLELaxative (Serves 6) degree) oven for 30 minutes. Serve you want it without interference.

8 link sausages hot, cutting in"squares, inverting on
that is
o 1 small onion, sliced dessert plates. Dip fruit and sauce means.

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Sour Stomach teaspoon pepper Hot Fudge Pudding iniwork
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''. when ZVz cups tomatoes 1 cup sifted flour for the armed forces will make

-.. ''s caused by Constipation IVz cups'spaghetti, cooked 2 teaspoons baking powder .', CLARION selectivity even more pronounced

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Cranberry Punch A La Mode. ( ,
B fcHjurts* !
e Spring Tonic: Cool foods shouldbe (Serves 20) ::;:! : :

And Your Strength and served cool. Chill plates for 2 quarts cranberry juice .

Energy Is Below Par salad and other cool foods before 1 cup light corn syrup J

1 It may be caused by disorder! of kid. dishing them out. In making sal- 91 cup sugar '
ney function that permits poisonous ads, chill not only the bowl or 1 quart apple juice

,waste peoplo to feel accumulate.tired weak For and truly miserable many plates, but all ingredients and iy-i cups orange juice J'T' :

- when the kidneys fail to remove excess utensils required in the assembling y cup lemon juice :
acids and other waste matter from tho
blood. of the salad. 2 cups ice water

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,.! retting rheumatic up pains nights,headaches leg pains,dizziness swelling. ing are that ingredients should be Heat cranberry juice, stir in corn ; { -

Sometimes frequent and scanty urination clean, cool and crisp. syrup and sugar. Chill thoroughly.Add ... .'
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than on something less favorably the most from your meat! Get your
.' cnown.Doa\\',have been tried and test- ents so that each is coated with Miss :
ed many years. Are at all drug stores. dressing before serving. In salt- meat roasting chart from Lynn Cham t ;
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Office Holders \ Florida Makes coatings for containers which will'';! Air, United Airlines and Western provides a formula by which all industry

\ undergo the hazards of Pacific war I Airlines. I II engaged In war productioncan

Big ContributionTo fare.The I continue to maintain employees
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'cans are first experimentally during the.
Outlines Plan for PostWar I chaotic period of recon-
amendment would eliminate munl- U. S. ArmyFlorida coated at Mt. .Morris, N. Y4, then version. it also provides a mediumto

tipal tax assessois, placing such transferred here and stored in I. Employment guarantee that either compen.

duties" on the shoulders of the coun-( has contributed 110- special racks where they are exposed -]:I : sation or jobs will await returning .'
ty tax assessor. If the amendment to climate conditions similar to'
i 393 officers and enlisted"men and military personnel.. r
MIAMI, June 1-(FNS)- Col.
passes, taxpayers would pay all their:| women in building up the army of those of the South Pacific. Scientific -i I
taxes in one.. office and their assessments -: study of and experiment with Willard F. Rockwell, former director -
in building the of :
women up army NOTICE
both city and county, j! of ship production for the United FOR Wins FOR PURCHASE
special essential
the United States to nearly 7,500- coatings are Inj! op SCHOOL BUS
would be made up by the county: 000, according to statistics as of eliimnating spoilage caused by the j I' States Maritime Commission and
'ns s30r. i I effect the containers of long .a nationally known industrialist, Sealed bids will
January 1, 1944, released by the on be received by the
The amendment for Dade and j I to high temperatures and speaking before the Gas Meter As- Board of Public Instruction of Hondry '
Fourth Service Command.This County, Florida,
I until three -
fmther and would elimi- I sociation of Georgia and Florida
Orange, go included 108,500 men and''' salt-saturated atmosphere. P. M, on the 2nd day of June, 1944,
nate all county prosecutors and here recently, outlined a broad plan for the purchase of One 100 Horse -
1,893 women. The total strength of Power, 248
solicitors, giving their duties to the'state designed to insure post-war em- inch wheelbase School Bus
Florida in the 'Army on January 1,I Airlines Receive I Chassis, equipped, with sixty passenger
attorney's staff; wipe out ill 1 ployment for those now engaged in school bus body, all steel construction,
at and
1944, was given 100,000 men to
tax collector's office war production and speclficationa set up by Florida
1949 the : andj; provide re-em-
National Awards
1,248 women, while 16,242 men Department of Education
ronuiro- }ho- nlerk of the- circuit court and have been ,separated I Ii 'I" 'I ployment. ,,for returning service men. Said Board reserves the right to re
I women I NEW YORK, June 1-FNS) ject any or all bids.
to assume this i work; wipe out three I Rockwell did not explain his planin
i from the service by discharge or ., All bids should be addressed to Dr. '
clerks' jobs-in the criminal court, I I j Floirda's National Airlines, together /detail but stated it was now be- C. E. Weaver, County School Superin M,
other means.
court of crimes and civil court of1 with two other lines, which be- ing considered'by the nation's fore- "Bid tendent. LaRelle, Florida, and marked '
The total number given as enter-: for School Bus:'
t'ecord-and give their duties to the, tween them havo flown nearly a most industrialists and he is sched- (SEAL,) DILLON HALL ,
ing the service not include personnel -]
clerk of the circuit court. { billion passenger miles without a uled to appeal' before the senate finance Chairman Board of Public
] who entered prior to No-| Instruction of Hendry
If the Dade-Orange amendment) vember 1, 1940.Climate I j I passenger or crew fatality, received committee soon to outline the County; 'lorlda.
passes it will be more than just aj National Safety Council awards here plan which will then be fully pub. ATTEST:
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straw in the wind. It will be an in-/ I last week. The awards were presented licized. County School Superintendent,

centive for legislators from largecounties Serving As I by Col. John Stilwell, presidentof The plan, Rockwell contends, Hendry County, Florida. .
May 12, 19, ,
June 2,
to reduce jobs and consoli the Council, at the eighth annual .
Acid Testing Ground I MI
date offices i air transport safety luncheon. j MMNVWrVH

While interest will naturally center I Eastern Airlines won the groupA i

on the "anti-closed shop" PASS-A-GRILLE, June 1=(FNS) I award, given to lines flying more NOTICE F.i .

amendment, the public should study -This resort's famed climate is ,than 100,000,000 miles annually;

all amendments so as to be thor- serving as the acid testing groundfor I Braniff Airways, which operates in Notice is hereby given that the following lands or so much thereof as will
oughly familiar with them before containers that will convey foods 'the west and southwest, won the be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite_to the same,
the election. I and supplies to American fightersin group B award for lines flying 10- together with the cost of such sale and advertising, will be sold at public
auction on the third 5ayo of July, A> D. 1944, beginning at twelve o'clock
I the South Pacific. / 000,000 to 100,000,000 miles an- at the City Hall of the City of Clewiston, Florida.R. _

Although the,Nation is calling upon In an unpretentious laboratory at nually; National Airlines won the' Y. PATTERSON, Tax Collector

every farmer to contribute his the edge of the Gulf of Mexico, re- group C award for lines flying less City of CI wjston.

forest products in the war emergency searchists of the American Can than 10,000,000 miles a year.: To- LOT ."' ,:!."F.>i:-; ;,.. _. BLOCK OWNER TOTALTotay's
< it is not asking that timber be Company; are studying the effects of gether the three lines had flown I r. : ,..
23 ;: : .l._.: ,::-1:;rli" 2w J.. E. Beardsley _..._.________5 5.3G
cut carelessly or destructively. salt winds and tropical suns on I Ii 926,825,585 miles without a casualty. -I 31 : >/ .. '-.+"' 26 J. E.; Beardsley ___.______.__._
.. : 4'27
8 ';>,,Fe '-: ;'.,._ ..." ,' 139 C. E.Iiner.: __.._._._.__.__ 4.)7
4 .. ,'< '. :: 152 First Bank or ____
'. : :: : : ClewistoR 2P.78
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., .--. j safe operations were: Chicago & 7 .: .<",;i ',,,.' ::' 167 J. E. Beardsley, Agent ___ 4.96
14 'u', ;" ,r..ia 'i;_.. 172 .J. E. Beardsley, Agent _____ 4.96
I fl Southern Airlines, Continental Air- 2 I. ,' :. '. 173 J. E. Baker .._____._.________ 4.96
._, lines, Delta Air Corporation, Hawaiian 4 : .:= :; \. ': >.:.'":. 17a Ruth R. Beardsley ..._._..___ 5.96
w1 R 22 .:'- '. ; .' =. 116 Ruth R. Beardsley _.________ 13.90
3fI s Airlines., Inland Airlines, 24 :: .:" 176 Ruth R. Beardsle __._.___.___ 7.94
Borii Mid-Continent Airlines, Northeast 29 & 30 ;: 'f'-; ti' :-:... '.':;:.., .176 Mrs. E. A. Stone __..____._ 7.94
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rely on f: 34 & 35' :,, :;: .T '; ,' 176 Unknown _____...._.____ 7.9-1
._. Airlines, :gennsylvaniayCentral Air- 3/ .:. ;.:C':.t-"::: .-. : ,.., 176 Ruth R. Deardsley _..________ 4.96
lines, Transcontinental & Western 17 .' : ; "'*'- > j. ;',';" 202_ J: A. Schindler __.___ 4.31
: :_: ,.................,... 25 ..?:i. ?j._ '; ;.= :' : 203 Ernest 0. Armstrong ----- 9,96
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r "" '-.L' 204 ,A. E. Oliver ._..__.___.__.____ 4.96
.v. wish .v. l 8 :': -(i, 20. Mary G. Anderson ______._ 5.96
: 22 .' .. ":: :, i.( ::, 355 J. W Sutphen _._.._.._....._..____ 1.79
V 44 -- -'J.-ri; ;.. .-. 356 'WilIlam A. Cahillw ___.___ 1,79
4 i-:. ;: :' 358 .J. E. Beardsley, Agent _____ 3.97
:_ :: Look to TheFuture 1 .C 2 .,,01';, ;_ 359 John W. Hepworth Est. _____ 3.97
b e i 32 & d5 :""'" '-: 360 O. E. Ganoway _.._u_..____.__ 7.9-1 -ot.
i on 44 & !"/ ':., -:. 360 Stol<::es Murphy ____.__________ 9.93
1 & Elk or ,,2 ,. .... .. .' 363 J. B. Sigler- ._.._:_ __.____.____ 21.80
.= 1, I 18 ,- ",.',':+' .'' 372 C. T. Clark _.___w._..__.___..._ 2.78
13 & 14 ... ., ,; ; 377 L. L. Shirley _.________ 31.77
15 ': x.-r 377 R. A. Lilly _________.__: 4.96
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32 S 33 317 Darnell Smith _....___._. ___ 218.1
S I 15 451 G. E. Etherton ._____..., .. 37.72
I I 12, 13 & 14 496 Ruth R. ardslq _..____-_ 3-1,15 ___
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