The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00999
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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 9, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00999
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Speeds and Gas Usage

TAKEN OVER BY Again this week comes an urgent plea from officials of the Red RECEIVE DIPLOMASAT

Officials of the ration board Cross Chapter in charge of surgical dressings 'for more workers to assistin

:: stated this week that many reports preparing the huge quota iOf bandages. and dressings which has been

: FLOYD-STEIN CHAINEffective had been received of motorists, to assigned the local chapter. EXERCISES FRIDAY
; whom synthetic tires had been It has been, to some extent, understandablewhy so many women
have resisted appeals to do this work in the past. All, had extra workto
driving their cars at excessive -
granted, do to keep things'moving on the home front and when there came a
tomorrow, June 10, the speeds far beyond the thirty- State. Attorney Clyde H. Wilsonof
moment for resting or diversionary recreation all were glad to acceptit.
; Dixie Crystal and Harlem Theatres five miles an hour speed which is, Tired, aching muscles sometimes have a way of quieting that little Sarasota, the commencement

here and the Glades Theatre in recommended for their tires. Also inner voice which whispers that there is still much work to be done. speaker at, the graduation exercises

.' that too many cars, operating But on Tuesday morning of this week the invasion started and we of the Class of 1944 of Clewiston
Moore Haven pass from the manage- occupational gasoline, were being must not be lulled into a feeling that its all over because of initial suc- High School last Friday night told

ment of Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis and seen taking vacation trips and visiting cesses. The' road is long to Berlin and many an American boy will occupy the graduates that ,while they are

are being taken over by the Floyd- night clubs. a space in the numerous burial grounds that spring up along' this considering their future they 'coulddo

' of thea- These practices! must be stopped, : route. There are Clewiston boys travelling that road and it isn't a pretty no better than to look long and

.. \ Stein chain some twenty-one officials state, and are hoping that thought that one of these days one of our boys may be dying from carefully at their own back yard.In .

: .; ,', tres in Georgia and Florida. all motorists will heed this warning wounds which cannot be attended to properly because of a shortage of a most interesting talk Mr.

,.: The sale was made by Mrs. Davis and that none will have 'to be bandages.few minutes Bandages of spare which time.you. Clewiston mothers, might have made ina Wilson showed how well versed he

early last month but was not pub- penalized. However they promisethat Were these bandages not needed the quotas would not be set and was in happenings in. this part of

licly announced until this week a strict watch will be made and thousands; of yards of material would not be distributed for 'the purpose. his circuit and he described it as one

when Mr. Floyd and U. T. Koch, if the practices persist that it may This is a home front assignment that must not fail and we do not believe of the fastest developing parts of the
., result in ration cards being taken that the women of Clewiston will permit it to fail. nation with potentialities for future -
who will manage the local theatre away development which was the
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group, came here to take over the answer to a prayer for young gradu-

'management this week-end. The Help[ Is Given To ates just starting out in life. He
DR. THOMPSON DIES drew several analogies of those who
r amount of the transaction was not WATER LINE FOR
disclosed. Mrs. Davis retains owner- Polio Victim By had gone searching for "greenerpastures"
only to find their futurein

'' "' ,ship of the LaBelle Theatre. STARCH PLANT IS National FoundationMrs. MONDAY MORNING INPAHOKEEHOSPITAL their own back yard.

The new manager, Mr., Koch, has f- The program opened as scheduled
4 been for the past twenty years Cecile Brooks, mother of 1 with a prelude, Berceuse by Joce-

: Florida representative for Colum- NEAR COMPLETIONThe ten-year old Billy Brooks who was I I lyn, played by :Mrs. M. H. Stroud

bia Pictures and is thoroughly familiar 'stricken on May 13 with an attackof after which she played as the pro-

with this territory. He expects infantile paralysis, was notifiedthe Dr. D. C. Thompson, 63, for almost cessional "Coronation March" from

-.h : to move his family here very editor of the News was first of this week by the South ten years physician for the La Prophete during which the nine

,shortly from Daytona Beach. treated on Tuesday of this week to Florida Chapter of the National United States Sugar Corporation in seniors, attired in creamcoloredcaps
k= Theatre here Lake Okeechobee to the Foundation for Infantile and gowns filed in from the
The Dixie Crystal a trip on Paralysis, the Eastern Division, died at 5:00
,' ;. will be remodelled and modernized point where crews of the Murphy Inc., that all hospital bills incurred Monday morning in the Pahokee rear of the auditorium and seated

% as rapidly as wartime conditions per- Construction Company are laying during preliminary treatments wouldbe I Hospital where he was taken the themselves; on the stage with the

,: ; mit. New light fixtures are to be the water line for the, new starch assumed by the chapter as well day before:when found at his homein other. participants in the program. "

r installed, a new ventilating system, plant, with W. C. Nail, head of the as bills for any appliances or braces ,l a coma. After the invocation by Fr. 'S. D. ....

rugs: are at hand for the aisles, and U. S. Engineer sub-office here. It which may be needed after his re- [ Dr. Thompson had suffered for a Mason, pastor of St. Martin's Epis-

$ new sound equipment is to be put appears 'that only some half or three lease. I number of years from diabetes but copal Church, the Salutatory Ad-

.,, in The other theatres will also be quarters of a mile of line remainsto This news comes not only as a when he left the Eastern Division dress was given by Miss Mary I

:x ;remodelled, as rapidly as possible.A be placed. great relief to Mrs. Brooks but also,I hospital Saturday evening appear- Mathis in, a talk which showed originality
will The line of inch cast to other parent of the preparation and was splen-
new schedule of prices prevail twenty-four _every county I s I ed in his customary good health.
of 40 cents for adults at all ron. pipe, is some seven miles long none of whom know where next the i: He failed to show up at the, hospital didly presented.
::11. performances and 30 cents for all from the plant site to the site of the dread disease may strike. Although '' Immediately following Mr. Wil
on Sunday however
;4. = service men in uniform at all per- Pumping plant which is out in the contributions; have been I'and when someone went to his address the Valedictory Ad- I

t. '' formances. Children will be admitted lake almost four miles and is being taken in the county- for a number of home to, see him found him there dress was given by Katherine Wat-

to night shows for 14' cents placed below the bed of the years for this fund in the March of I,I unconscious. Mrs. Thompson, at I ton Jackson in which she held out

_ .; --and to matinees for 9 centsaU!- lake. In most places the trench Dimes and Celebration for the r the time was visiting, in Jackson- high hopes for the future for the
prices including federal tax. which is dug' for the pipe is only President's Birthday- this is the I ville.' : graduates and urged that all make

'; A daily matinee will 'be inaugurated deep enough to cover it well but at I first case to develop here and none I He was ,rushed at once to the Pa:-: war every contribution: possible to the

a beginning at three, o'clock. the present, location,: ,. where: ,the navigation -I knew' to what, ,extent help would be 'hokee Hospital where everything W.effort ,

'' On Saturday and Sunday the performance channel. is being crossed,. the I I available. possible was' done to prolong his American,C.fOwen next presented' the I
rr: Legion award and the
:y is feet in The terrific of fcospitali-
line several
will be continuous from being sunk expense '
hut he
passed away' the follow- .
$25.00 C. R.. Bitting cash f
award to
the opening''' of the matinee until the order that it will odeI' no obstruction zation which is incurred in a case 'ing morning without regaining

'F ,' lose of the last snow at night. On if and when channel deepeningis of this kind caused quick thought'to consciousness., Katherine Watton Jackson, Dr. C.
be given to the fund as soon as II(: E. Weaver presented the diplomasand
other only one matinee will be begun.
days The body was taken at once to
Rev. David C. Hancock
given. The management suggeststhat A novel machine is used for laying Billy's' case was reported and a let- his pastor ,
former home in Gainesville
of the
parents may well take advan- the pipe which we are told by ter' was written by F. Deane 'Duff, I'where services were: held at four o'- nounced Community the benediction.Church, pro-

tage of the lower prices for children Mr.' Nail was the invention of one oflurphy's chairman of the infantile paralysis,
I'clock I Tuesday afternoon from the The seniors
: filed out of the auditorium
fund drives in this county for the -
i lr'' at matinees. men. Using an old Buckeye -
Thomas Funeral Home. Interment
The former practice of bargain ditching machine, which pulls past several years, to the offices ofI j I' I during the playing of. the
- in Gainesville
wag a cemetery., i recessional "Grand March" from
itself forward on caterpillar tracks, the South Florida Chapter in Coral [
Tuesday will be discontinued j
night on Dr. Thompson was a U. S. Medical ; Aida by Mis. Stroud and down the
have been a boom has been placed in the back Gables. Nothing was heard for
better pictures
'sc I Officer in the U. S. Navy in the
stairs where
IBrooks' they lined up and received -
little time and then caine Mrs.
booked for this night. Included in for lifting the joints of pipe into some
first World War and for several the congratulations of their
attractions to be shown place on an inclined track which letter on Sunday, a copy of '
c Tuesday before to the 'gladeswas
years coming friends.
' i Mrs. C. E. Bjornsen, class
in the ditch floater which was forwarded to Mr. Duff.
soon are, "Purple Heart, "Claudia""Guadalcanal runs dug by a with the Ford Motor Companyin _
sponsor, presented each of the seniors --
Mrs. Brooks expresses her self as
hundred j
Diary "Jane Eyre, dredge working a few
Jacksonville. He came to Canal t
with a dollar bill on one side
y; '"Old Acquaintance" and others. yards ahead., On this incline the not only willing but anxious that I Point in Ajigust) of '1931 and since of which was printed the names of
Some of the coming attractions joints are put together and a three- the, letter be publicized in order that I
that time has the respect and each
won member
I of the senior class.
for, the Saturday and Sunday per- : degree flexibility permits the pipeto others m y'know the splendid help; |j friendship of every class and race This, she said, was done in order

formances include "See Here Private be slid down the incline into the which has been given her and be |, of people in the area... His passing none of them would ever be broke

Hargrove," "Desert Song," Ad- trench. assured of help themselves if ever I. will be a great loss both to the sugar and would never forget his or her

ventures of Mark Twain," "Once Where the pipe-line crossed the placed in a similar, position. The I company and to the east lake sec- classmates.The .
Upon a Time," "Pin-Up Girl" and levee and the levee canal four lines letter, in part, follows: I
decorated -
others selected from the 'best of- vere laid to permit future expansion Dear Mis. Brooks: I tion.He stage was attractively
t the Bureau of Epidem-! is survived by his widow, one for the occasion with royal poin-
Through I
ferings of the major producers. The without necessity of again '
I daughter, Mrs. Garrett Griggs ofJacksonville ciana blossoms extended across the t
have been informed of the I
management plans to give the very breaking the levee. Concrete head- iology we '
f a son, Major Donald front of the stage and filling large ,t
fact that son, William' was I
latest pictures for Clewiston thea- walls are to be constructed on your:
stricken with poliomyelitis and that Thompson of the U. S. Armed Forces standard vases on the back of the F':
The latest issue of Fox either side of the levee and a concrete -
; tre-goers. 1 I
sister Mrs. stage. In the center at foot- "
News 'will be shown on Thursdayand manboleootrance has been he is being cared for at Good Samaritan now in China and one 't
Hospital in West Palm Margaret Beachell of Winnipeg, lights was a white satin miniature
The constructed.A .
Friday of each week. recently I
Canada. stage on which was engraved In black
: March of Time will be shown. every machine is also at work at the Beach. I .
' s? fourth week. site of the concrete pumphouse at Upon inquiry at that time, we letters, Class of 1944.

3 The management states that every the end of the line but no actual learned that his case was being I Large Group Leaves Following: the program the members ;,
of the class went to the homeof
made the has started.It treated as a private case, and there- \
effort will be to cater to construction yet been .
I : 71ff For Pre-Induction Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, room mother :
on 8)
', 'wishes of the community and they is understood that this pump- (Continued Page ) who
presented the girls with ;
"' will appreciate criticism and sug- house will be of solid concrete con- I Exams Blanding '
I At gardenia corsages and boutonnaires ;,
,'i struction circular in shape some Crowd At
gestions. Capacity for the'bo"s.) They then went to ';,
----a-- twenty-five feet in diamter. I I -- .

jt" In Admiraltys Battle Beardsley Attendance at the Cadet Club' that for June and while not com- prepared delicious refreshments of J

Kiwanis MeetingJ. pletely filled nineteen young men assorted sandwiches, cookies and
dance Wednesday evening was reported -
: f ----- leave
scheduled to
were on list
r ,; received the best of any of these orange punch.
, )! i- Foy Durrence has just Thursday morning for Camp Bland-
''tr..'. word that his brother, Lt. Aubrey E. Beardsley, chairman of the affairs yet held here and officers of ing for their pre-induction physicals.Of The seniors: receiving diplomaswere

.,"Y: :' ',- Durrence of New York City, is recuperating public affairs committee of the Ki- the club are much encouraged with this number five have been : Mauryne Prewitt, Frances "

{ in the Birmingham Gen- kanis Club, was in charge of the the growing success of these dances transferred to other boards while Jordan, Kathleen Lewis, Jo Ann '

} eral Hospital at Van Nuys, Cal., program at the regular meeting There was a splendid attendancealso danc- two left with the Clewiston group Long, Katherine Watton Jackson, .:;

from injuries received in the Los Wednesday evening and gave a most of local girls to serve as pleasant by transfer from local boards else- Mary Mathis, Frances Sutton, Medford J J'I
Negros battle in the Admiralty Islands interesting discussion concerningthe ing partners a very where, making only, twelve actually

on the second, day of March. meeting of the Florida Vegetable evening -was enjoyed.A going from the Hendry County Dunaway and Eric Thomas. ,j

Lt. Durrence was in a cavalry Growers Committee in Orlandolast five-piece: orcnestra, made up board. 'j

battalion and received bullet wounds week, the convention of the of RAF cadets made its first appearance The nineteen were: Elbert Bryant Fishing Reported :1 j
through the neck and left shoulder American Legion in Jacksonville but Buber Mills had to

which affected the muscles and and the new plan of refunding of take the place of the trapdrummerwho Hingson, James Harley Lakeland Cook, Perry Moye Improving DailyBill ':
Hayden, transfer ,to ,
nerves of the arm and left the arm the Everglades Drainage District.Mr. was ill. in South
Linwood Bishop, now
almost useless. He is responding Beardsley told of the various Another dauce will be held next America, Broward Napoleon Par- Johnson, manager of John- :

to treatment, however, and in timeis discussions which had taken placeat ,Wednesday night and it ,is hoped sons, Cary Hardee Davidson, trans- son's Fish Camp, stated this week1 .1j
expected to regain complete ue the Vegetable Growers' Com- that the same interest will again be Dozier "
fer to Dade City, that fishing had improved considerable
;; ; 'of the injured member. Infection mittee meeting, the action take'n to 'shown. ; Raulerson Robert Joseph Hlavaty, t
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pry- which started at the battle front insure a better deal for the truck Raymond Edward Maynard, now in in Lake waters during tho

still keeps the wounds open and growers and in naming committee Four County Boys California, James Travis Paul, Jr., past week and several very nice I
makes it necessary that he be con- members out that the Ever-
Ralph William Bishop, Lawrence fish hare been taken, the two larg- I
fined to his bed the greater part of section had) been given ex-
glades Leave For NavyJames ,
Leslie Dees, Porter Richards, Jr., est weighing about" six and three- I
the time. He has received the Pur- cellent representation. '5
,Elmer "
Merle Alderman Green, Joseph
quarter pounds. t
; pie Heart for the injury. Concerning the Legion convention '
Lt. Durrence was inducted into he told of the plans which had been A. Akin, j. S. Dees, 'Walter Booth, Nicholas William Schif- \'There is also a considerable increase i I
Milledgevllle Ga.,
fli transferred to ,
the services in July of 1942 and formulated for rehabilitation for Hough and Earl Sirmon Dyess in the number of fishermen U,
:i Eric Charles Thomas, Eugene
Wednesday for Jacksonville **
since October of o'f War II! left
has been overseas returning veterans World cities here to
New from coastal
for active duty in the U. S. ter Long,
1943. His mother resides in Grit- and spoke of the excellence of the report f their luck with the elusive bass.f :1
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1 I Gems of ThoughtThe

secret of the joy of living

GR DOR Allies, Holding Offensive, S l ft: 4 yIWNUSrn is what the we proper actually appreciation possess. of 1' '

W.. EA ON .. Know the true value of time;
Have Invasion Advantage i Ir snatch, seize, and enjoy every
moment of it. No idleness, no
Talk 'about different angles: Julie laziness, no procrastination.Lord .-
Washington, D. C. Haydon, the actress, is doing a book, Chesterfield.The .

PRESIDENT'S HEALTH 'Veritas/ Famed British Military Expert Sees which she illustrates as well. It's heart has its reasons
When congressional leaders calledat about her dog. The theme: One day which reason cannot know.-,
the White House for the first leg- Nazis Handicapped by Being Pinned in its life She studied its every Pascal.,
islative conference following the move and emotion for a day and Faith as the overcoming power
President's return from South Caro- Inside Defense Circle. night. The title: "Every Dog Has Brings all within our reach;
lina, he looked fit as a fiddle. How- Its Day" The recent tribute to Lord,shed on us this heavenly dower.
ever, Senate Majority Leader Alben Eddie Cantor (by over 1,500 ad- Do Thou this lesson teach. .

Barkley popped the question that By BAUKHAGE mirers) was the first sincere testi- The toil undertaken for a par-,
has had the capital worried becauseof New Analyst and Commentator. monial in a long spell on Broadway ent should not be remembered. t- ,
those wild rumors about the Com- It commemorated his 35th ann'y -Sophocles.
mander-in-Chief's health. WNU Service, Union Trust Building all of Europe to Murmansk or si in show business. Flowers to the
"How do you feel?" asked the Washington, D. C. around Africa to the Middle East. living .. Joan Crawford and her
Kentuckian. What happens when "the coiled But interior lines become a weak husband, P. Terry, are doing a
"Great," replied Roosevelt. He springs of action" are released in ness when a nation goes on the de Hayworth Welles. Wearing suits END LAXATIVE HABIT
added that he had got in 12'hours of the cataclysm of invasion? fensive. As a matter of fact, Gen made from the same material.
and plenty of sun- eral von Clausewitz who wrote om
sleep a night ,
is enveloped in the smoke
shine. and confusion of battle and only oc- of the most authoritative books or Bigtown Vignette; : On the George THIS EASY WAY !
He was brown as a berry and casionally does this fog lift "show- strategy, said: Washington bridge, the other Sunday
buoyant as ever. However, congres- ing the swaying forms of vast armies "When you have to go on the defensive afternoon, flocks of young girls in :Millions
sional leaders noted that his face amid the screaming clatter of it is too late to go on the their colorful summer dresses were Now Take Simple "
was a little thinner. Admiral RossT. mechanized combat." It descends defensive." decorating the scene Far below Fresh Fruit Drink-Find
Mclntire, the President's physi- again "blotting out the view and When you do so, interior lines was a grey war-like freighter at Harsh Laxatives
cian, accepts responsibility for this. leaving us uncertain as to the make it all the worse. anchor The sailors on guard by UnnecessaryIt's
Roosevelt has knocked off 10 pounds shape of the plan." Veritas comments on the positiorof the stern gun were like little toys.
under McIntire's orders. He is still the enemy in the present situa They were waving to the girls lemon and water. Yes!just
That is the observation of one of tion the juice of 1 Sunkist Lemon in a
as follows
according to :
five pounds overweight They shouted and called back and
his physician's standards, but Mc- the keenest British military experts, ". the fact that he is inside a forth but could hear what glass of water-first thing on
"Veritas whose circulated no one arising-.
Intire figures that this can be cor analyses, are cabled privately to this country circumference which he must maintain they were saying The wind was Taken first thing in the morning, ,
is be.
rected by proper dieting. a deadly disadvantage blowing and the distance was too this wholesome drink stimulates .
eagerly by
; persons
cause he is down at
pinned every bowel
most interested in the conflict now much Then a sailor came on action in a natural way-
NAZI CHANNEL DEFENSES point on the circle, whereas his op. deck He had a trumpet ,. assures most people of prompt,
Of all the variegated defenses Hit- ; on. ponents are free to exploit their la And pointing to the distant normal elimination.
ler has conceived to block the Second And Veritas reminds us that we tent advantages of exterior lines bj he played beautiful horn music span Why not change to this healthful t-
can only maintain our sense of some habit
if ? Lemon and water is
hitting at they
Front from rocket-guns to everywhere once good
He must have been a profes-
perspective and proportion if we choose." for you. Lemons are among the
flame on the Channel-the one which sional in civilian life One of his
keep carefully in mind certain fun- Therefore in viewing'' the richest sources of vitamin C,which
the Allies worried most aboutis
are damental aspects of the military sit- situation in Europe we must bear renditions was: "Come to Me, My combats fatigue, helps you resist
the plain, relatively old-fashioned uation from the German standpoint.This these two factors in mind: Melancholy Baby" He looked colds and infections. They also
machine-gun nest. likewise, applies to the politi- like a little toy on the deck of the supply B, and P. They alkalinize,
The Nazis have developed a new cal aspects.A First, the Nazis can hold down the ship His trumpet looked like a aid appetite and digestion. Lemon
of nest tried it out revolution within until the Germans and water has afresh
type machine-gun well-known psychologist, Dr. toy, too His music came up tang, too-
at Cassino, and it was one reason realize that their last myth of se clears the mouth, wakes you up!
Norman Maier of the University of through the _air, thin and clear, like
for our failure to advance. curity is exploded. But second, the Try this grand wake-up drink
failureof music from horn And
Michigan who predicted the a toy 10 See if
mornings. it doesn't
of the Allies help
position cou
This pillbox is of very heavy the Munich appeasement program down the Hudson you could see the you Use California Sunkist
concrete, quite small, extends by demonstrating in advance that pled with their superiority in manpower bay and the open sea Where ,Lemons.
only a foot or so above the according to psychological principles air power and amount o! the freighter would sail soon for

ground and is extremely diffi- it could not succeed, recently equipment, gives them a decided ad the fighting The trumpeter r

cult to see from the air. The made some interesting observations.He vantage. really "sent" the girls .. There MEDICATED POWDER j
pillbox usually houses two ma- i said that Hitler would be liqui- Through the fog of the battle, the sure was a lot of youthful yearningon
chine guns, hitched together so dated and a revolution would take occasional glimpse we catch must the breeze. 40 YEAR FAVORITE
that one man can fire both. be interpreted in the light of these ththou8andsoffanllliesasitrelievesItdl
in the -
place Germany as soon as
One Nazi is in each pillbox so last of the "myths" created by the fundamentals. We Hadn't Heard It Before: About ng irritation of minor skin rashes-

that if he is hit only one man is German propagandists for the purpose the fat whale and the skinny whale.: the baby'sdiaperrash.soothing,medicated Sprinkle powder on Mexsana containing ,
lost. But it' takes almost a direct of lulling the Germans into a Training for Farmers The fat whale said: "My goodness, ingredients many specialists often rec
bomb hit to knock him out, so false sense of security were exploded. Recently, the Office of Defense, you're thin! What's wrong with ommend. Costa little. Demand Mexsana.
air pounding of them from overheadis The Germans, he explains, belong Transportation announced that pub- you?"
not too effective. These pillboxes, to a "frustrated society." Hitler lic vocational training schools in 190 Replied the skinny whale: "I've
buried in the mountains at Cassino, cured ,their frustration with aggression cities throughout the country were been having bad luck, been in bad
were terrifically effective, and more when aggression is frustrated turning over to the automotive industry -" waters and no food." WOMEN R40s i
of them are reported lying in wait nothing else will be left. a "constantly increasing "Tell you what," said the fat Y
behind the shore along the coast of number of workers trained in one or whale, "why not swim to the Eng-
Revised PropagandaThis Do You Hate HOT FLASHES?
of automotive indus-
western Europe. more phases lish channel? The Allies are ex-
type of "security" propaganda try." ploding a lot of Nazis into the air If you suffer from hot flashes, feel
weak nervous a bit blue at times-
DISCHARGE BUTTONS being fed to the German people The United States Office of Edu- there." all due to the functional "middle-

With more than a million men now had to be revised recently. So much cation is sponsoring the automotive So the skinny whale swam and age"Lydia period E. Pinkham's peculiar to women-try
honorably discharged from the had been said about the strength ofNazi maintenance training program. swam, and six weeks later, skinnier pound to relieve such Vegetable symptoms.Com-
army for wounds, health or age, the fortifications that the leaders They are trying to help fill the gap than ever, swam back to his fat Taken regularly-Plnkham's Com-
realized the people had developedwhat in automotive maintenance pound helps build up resistance
question of honorable discharge but- person- friend. against such annoying symptoms.
tons becomes more and more im they called a "Maginot mind." nel caused by the war. "Well," puffed Fatso, "why didn't Plnkham's Compound Is made
portant.It In other words, they had become But what many people do not you do as I told you?" especially and that's for women-it the kind helps of medi-nature -
took the army some time to reassured to the point of compla- realize is that it is also conducting "I' did," said the skinny whale, cine to bUY! Follow label directions.

design a discharge button, but cency. Therefore, the more recent courses that directly touch the farm. "but when those Nazis came down LYDIA E. rit nntuii'S c MPOUPo
now that it is designed, men and propaganda foreshadowed successful I I Congress appropriated $12,500,000for .into the water-they all had markson
officers have a hard time getting landings by the Allies and playedup the food production war training their chests 'I saying they were
it-unbroken. The buttons are the second line of defense. program which the Office of Educa- supermen-and ,I just couldn't swal

made of plastic and when For instance, it was stated that tion administers.The low that baloney!"
mailed to veterans, usually ar- the city of Lyons was fortified to resist minimum age limits for both For ONLY 1O !Now

rive in broken pieces. operations in case it became out-of-school and in-school persons Hitler was never either a house- Less thanLdose
One discharged air force captaingot the center of the conflict (Lyons is have now been removed and all painter or a paper-hanger. (He wasa

his discharge button all rightin 200 miles inland). courses are now qffered to urban as very poor artist who at one time
an envelope from Maj. Jesse C. Thus, the effort was made to pre- well as rural persons. used to put his paintings in an oven

t Hicks, assistant quartermaster, Hill serve the myth of security up to the Twenty-two courses are being of- to "antique" them.) He has ; f'
I Field, Ogden, Utah. But there was last moment. As to the possibilityof fered in which the farmer is inter- had a longer life than Napoleon ((52)]

no packing around it and it was in revolution before desperationseizes ested, and they run all the way from and Alexander the Great (32)), but
several pieces. When he wrote back the Germans, that is slight.It the operation, care and repair of Caesar died at 56 and Genghis

for a new button, Major Hicks replied is probable that the Germans tractors, trucks and automobiles to Khan at 65 Although Adolf's
o : might oust the Nazis now if they soil and water conservation. And father was named Schicklgruber, der Use only as directed. 4.SPLI .-
"There are no provisions for replacing dared; but it is doubtful if anything besides the various handiworks in rat who became der fuehrer was
broken buttons. Therefore short of the sheer desperation following the mechanical( line around,the farms never called that Hitler's father I te

we are unable to comply with youl- defeat will turn them againstthe ch as machinery repair, woodworking was a ne'er-do-well, who died in the jIlfI
\0 request." guns of the black shirts.A elementary electricity and belief his son was a zero The
Note-Some of the.boys think that Swiss who returned from Berlin construction of farm machinery and old man wed three times. At 27 he
with all the gold we have buried at just before the day and night bombing equipment, there are special coursesin married a woman 41; at 48 he
I of Germany began, said; married 25 At the end of OP
Fort: Knox, we could spare some I milk production, poultry produc- a girl B EXTERNAL
for those discharged. "There can be no thought of revo- tion, eggs, pork, beef, mutton, lamb, World War I Adolf trimmed his von I l CAUSE
"0,._ lution. The Gestapo" and the SS wool, soybeans, peanuts and various Hindenburg-type mustache to the Acne pimples eczema, factory dermatitis
-, .J STATE DEPARTMENT are too powerful. commercial_ vegetable production. ridiculous lip-patch he wears today. simple ringworm,tetter, salt rheum,
; ;. He recited this incident: bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken- i
HARANGUE "An Italian worker who There is general training for farm out skin. Millions relieve itching, burn-
Dignified, delightful British Am- the was pass- workers; production of fruit and Himmler is the only one to get ing and soreness of these miseries with
bassador Lord Halifax called on Undersecretary ing through Friederichstrassewas nuts, vegetable gardening, and pret- away with imitating der fuehrer's simple home treatment. Goes to work at
j just about to pick up (after the once. Aids healing, works tho antiseptw
of State Stettmius sometime ty nearly everything that one has to mustache, and even that is an unreasonable -
Ointment only
bombing of a cigarette factory) one way. Use Black and White
ago on a secret matter. While of the boxes of know how to do around a farm. whacksimile Robert as directed. lOc, 25c SOc sizes. 25 years'success.
they were closeted together, Assist- many cigarettes ly- These courses are conducted Ley, creator of the German labor Money-back guarantee. Vitalin
of ing around on the ground., Nearbywas front of before cleansing is good; soa:!?. Enjoy famous .
ant Secretary State Adolf Berle through the cooperation of the pub- quaffs a pint brandy .
a SS man armed"with Black and White Skin Soap daily.FALSE
young an
diminutive and precocious, joinedthem. automatic pistol without lic schools and are responsible to breakfast Fritz von Papen be-
any the state board for vocational edu- came military attache to Washington -
previous warning, he took aim and
Soon, high-pitched scolding voices shot the Italian down." cation. on the strength of his wife's
came from Stettinius' office. Call- This is said to be a typical inci- William T. Spanton, chief of the money. He twice failed the entrance
ers in his anteroom could not help dent and the Swiss declared that a division for vocational agriculture, exams to the War academy, yet he TEETH
overhearing the ,harangue as it re- German woman who drops her pock- says he believes that on a dollar-for- wore the insignia of the General \:
"' verberated dollar basis appropriations made Staff Von rid of
even through the heavy etbook does not dare to stoop over no got
mahogany doors of the state depart- and pick it up. by congress to stimulate increasedfood Koerster and von Hoesch (German I I I
;; ment. production have contributedmore ambassadors France and Eng-
jfi Finally, Lord Halifax was'ushered The Military AspectsThe to this end than has been true land respectively) with shots in the NOW WEAR YOUR PLATES EVERYDAY

y out. Later Stettinius came out, ,followed military aspects are a very of the appropriations already madeto arm which produced air embolus. HELD COMFORTABLY SNUG THIS WAY ,

..-.. by Berle, who looked. a bit different matter. The great strength the U. S. Office of Education for It's so easy to wear your plates all :
.. agitated. f German strategy built on "in- these specific vocational training Goebbels attended six universi- day when held firmly] in place by
;c "Was I too tough with him?" erior lines" has been turned to a programs. ties and entered Heidelberg on the this "comfort-cushion" dentist's
...' asked Berle. weakness. A nation on the offensive "Practically all of our 8,000 local strength of a scholarship from a formula.
;: "No," said Stettinius, "you were which can strike overpowering blowsat departments of vocational agricul- Jewish professor named Gundolf '. i. Dr. Wernet's vent sore gums.
just right." any point it chooses along the ture, scattered widely throughoutthe When Hitler spent his early days ina Powder lets you 2. Econpmical;
"I felt," said Berle, with the perimeter of the territory it con- entire country," says Mr. Span- Viennese flophouse, the only man enjoy solid foods small amount

;: air of a parent who has just de- trols has a great advantage.Its ton, "have available on the local who befriended and helped him wasa rassment-avoid embarlasts loose 3.Pure longer.,harmless,
livered a good spanking, "that it lines are short, they are pro- school ground a well-equipped farm Jew named Neumann Nazi plates.Helps prepleasant tasting.'r
simply had to be done." tected, they move from the center shop building where courses in farm street fighting tactics originated at c1ruggim-3 .Moaeybackif eon J.li-glhd
What it was all about was not divulged outward like the radii of a circle. machinery repair are given to farm- the world premiere of "All Quiet on
but Berle has been carryingon The opposing power must laboriously ers and where, at the same 'time, the Western Front the most paci- ._ lr
long discussions apd argumentswith follow the circumferencewitnessthe their much-needed farm machineryand fistic of all German pictures. The
the ''British regarding the fu- supply lines from the Allies to equipment can and is being actually Hitler gang objected to Remarque's
n ture air routes of the world. Russia which have to sweep around overhauled and repaired." theories.

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It was early evening when Jack ill NO TIE information on various subjects \
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1 : she was looking rather 1. Which is the longest and 6. Who formulated the princi-

gloomy. which the shortest coast line of the ples of the parachute as. long agoas
"What's up, Mary?" he finally Atlantic, the Pacific and the Gulf 1495?
tirS a sh d. "You seem out of sorts." coast lines !

"I was just thinking you aren't 2. What prominent Americanwas The Answers I

a bit poetic," replied Mary. "You born and died in the United 1. Longest, the Atlantic; short-'

lon't call me fancy names like States, yet wasn't born in any est, the Pacific.
rom calls Joan. He says she's state nor did he die in any state? 2. Will Rogers was born in In-

:he apple of his eye and a perfect 3. A hexagon has six sides, an dian Territory and died in Alaska.

oeach, and other such pretty octagon has eight sides, and a 3. A paragon is a model of ex-
Jiings." paragon-? cellende.

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I all very well," he said, tween "flout" and "flaunt"? temptuously; flaunt means to display .

'but you forget that Tom works ina 5. In what state was the Comstock with ostentation.

D, ;2 L4 p$' fruit store, while I work in the I lode, the greatest silver and 5. Nevada.
< ... ash market." gold mine discovered? 6. Da Vinci.


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; Along about summertime, there
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That's *Macaroni Salad tering.; But that is not all. This No Traffic Lights
; .' vocabularies cooluscious.
: luscious Buttered Asparagus ;jar or box sits on an old fashioned
I' right, something cool and ,
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cucumber sauce, mainstay of the meal, accompaniment -
or heaps of satisfying potato salad. :
dessert. Recipes #
to the meat or a ; !
Whole meals can be made from
for each of the types are given
'. ,-' cool foods, but it's a good idea to here: :.4VW r..:# $ <.. ./'
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':.': posite. Let your judgment guide J4 cup chopped stuffed olives ; r3'y ..j .;:;:

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3A salad dressing
1 Strawberry Frost.
Cook macaroni in boiling salted
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water until ten-
'4 -'' 1 pint lemon ice .. ;r
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, ': Squeeze juice from lemons. Cover 1 cup cream or evaporated milk,

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f ;: : 1 cup milk until stiff, then

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Cold leftover hang loaf is good refrigerator tray and freeze.Get '1
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The Clewiston News war' effort. I'J/O........... -..................-.........T ..............-.!...-......._......................-.-.... and his Clewiston News has not yet away some spare, time hunting frogs.
'caught up with him. It's' a little 1 Now
I a letter from one of the
Throughout the several years since difficult to keep up with all the boysin

Published every Friday In Clewiston President Roosevelt's inaugurationas changes, Louis, but we're doing our the South Seas stating that he
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS President the people of Clewiston With best to get the home town news to had been frog hunting would mean

IDC. have donated, prefunctorily, each I you. something entirely different but

;year to the Infantile Paralysis Fund. V Hager apparently means just what

Entered as second class mall matterFebruary No quotas were set; we were only Our he says for 'in one evening he re-. .
1, 1927, at the Post Office In || Boys From the South Pacific island
CFewiston, Florida., under the Act .* asked to do what we could. Schoolchildren where he is stationed Pfc. Jimmy ports killing forty frogs aid the-
joined in the March of feast of
March 3, 1897. Elmore frog legs which was en-
writes that one day recently -
Dimes with a little more enthusiasmbut Joyed. That sounds as though! India.
he entered his tent and found
I the
the community's donation has in was a country somewhat similar to
CARIl SETTLE, Publisher Wilbur Goff and Owen Winn wait .
never been any elaborate amount. "home.
--- ing for him. it's the first time the
However, half of the money raisedin I t .
Subscription Hate-92.50: Per Tear three have gotten together although
each of these drives was sent to :
Oil Application. t Service they've known all were m the same Mrs Gladys Kelly comes in this
Advertising !! Miami for distribution and help of I
area and we can imagine this reunion week and asks us to send the News
cases in the area, there never having -i
of Clewiston boys was an : to her son, Cpl. Lewis C. Kelly, who
been a chapter formed in
Devoted to the advancement and welfare event worth celebrating. i is with an Anti-Aircraft battalion at

of Clewiston and Hcnrtry County. county. No one knew what was ..:..............N N N N NN.N.......N.N....N.NN. .N..NN. .QN. Camp Haan, California. Lewis has

--------------- -- -. done with the money for there were .o.c .b.O ; Sgt. Hager Lowe Is another Clew- ",been In service for a little more: than
no cases of polio here and so little As we think i our this i weekit i
iston boy stationed in India and I a year and appears to be liking.California
reason to worry: is quite natural that our thoughts
writes that he has been whiling quite well
NATIONAL DITORAI! But "it can happen here" and did. I' Should turn first to those who .are : .

'ASSOCIATION Little 10-year-old Billy Brooks, as ''representing Clewiston on the invasion -

healthy a youngster as could be beaches near Cherbourg, and I -a-

found anywhere, became ill. It was '' those who are doing their part back:
only a light fever and a slight headache in England to help make the invasion -II J i

and for a time nothing to cause i itllarm. the success that it must be.I

Then a touch of paralysis That they'll do: their part in a big Clewiston Laundry Inc.

Have ;you bought any Fifth War 'began to show. Billy was rushed ;I way just as other Clewiston boys : ,
Loan bonds yet? We have a long to West Palm Beach and doctors I I have done their part in North

way to travel to meet our quota.We'd quickly diagnosed the case as that {j i Africa, Sicily, Italy and the South I I
of the dread polio. :Pacific we have no doubt and our,
We I _
never make a 'general. The horror of epidemic quickly prayer Is that they will come
picked invasion time for the dark and the generousheartedpeople j I
passed through it all and soon be back
nights of May and it came on a full of the community began ]1 f home. Labor Shortage Makes It Necessary To Put -

moon in June. thinking not only of the dread # ;f fI

malady which had struck Billy down j I! : I Into Effect
virtually A note from Mrs. Fred Topper reminds -i I The
At last the lowly and mother and
but also of the young us this week that Ed Clark
harmless alligator is to get some the terrific financial burden of hos- I I I
it isn't too has recently been promoted to. Petty
We hope Cash and
protection. constant treatments
pitalization and Officer First-Class In the U. S. Carry System
little and too late. for some time to come. And they I r Navy. Ed and his wife are livingat /

News-Press was immediately began to question I I Lakehurst, N.. Jar., where. he is EFFECTIVE JUNE 12
The Fort Myers 1944
whether or not the paralysis fund : stationed. ,
able to scoop the rest of south Flor- might give some help. F. D. Duff *
ida's morning papers on the invasion and Elbert L. Stewart who have
And Connie
Clark, who is making
but it isn't likely their that deadlines it'll cause for- served as chairmen for these paralysis the best of everything in India 'ap- We Will Continue To
all to set | '
fund drives each year contacted j I I pears to be doing his work
ward. Miami and there came a period of j. too for weIl'1
1 i he was recently I
Ration officials are warning that waiting. j|:Master Sergeant and writes that he I II PICK UP AND DELIVERHotels -

must be reduced and Then came the wonderful news I j i I is gaining weight despite all we hear
car speeds cannotbe Sunday to Billy's mother that the ,:itf I conditions in that country. I
that occupational gasoline vacation- Foundation would take care of alII|I. ', Rooming ,Houses, Sugarland Cabins,
used for jooking and .
I .
the hospital bills, would assist with I I A note this week from Private
have gotten
ing. They must and
treatments to follow Drug
therapeutic Louis
Wethington who is with the
those 13,000
idea somewhere that !I I
too. and would provide braces and other;:Army Air Forces at Scott Field,
need some gas
invasion planes:;;
--- aids to assist in his recovery. (j I I Illinois. Louis has been in Miami I

It-appears that Governor Holland So next January; when this drive'j!|!.Beach until two or three weeks ago j Bring Your Work In and Call for It Same
meetto is again on do a little thinking. The 1.1
the Legislature --
Is going to let
allocate surplus money for disease is no respecter of persons] Time As When Pick-Up and Delivery Service
have had and may strike your child next.: |!fore.> In this case close at home we
schools. But those who
You'd want the best of care to see see how the fund is handled. Next
beautiful visions of several weeks Was Given.
in Tallahassee appear doomed to that he had every' opportunity to' time we'll donate much more generously -
be cured and to run and play as be- :
disappointment. :i

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On The HouseBy .

Just Today a few is 'D-Day.short D. C.hours S. before this ,JO\N\ GUlF nfi o Bre kd Wn f ClUB Too',

column is written, Allied troops WI .

swarmed ashore at several places on i'V >.,

!the French coast, established beach- .
heads and began taking ashore the -S j I
which will be needed ; <,
heavy equipment =:
wwtia39N.,. ;..3 .:
in the forthcoming fight to the 'fero

finish. BEFORE THIS WAR is over,'there maybe only '-1:7 ,>".; .

Surprisingly little enemy opposition two kinds of people in America .' c a,' t :.., ;
was encountered in these first :

landings and this was quickly 1. those who can still get to work In auto- rLoaj .d"\ (...
smashed by the weight of the over- *I- mobiles,

powering invasion forces. Tactical .
2. those who are forced to walk. .
surprise appeared to have been I .,

achieved, Mr. Churchill told Par- If you want to be in the fortunate group
liament. We hope that is true but :t. ;* :
who will still be riding to work in automo '. y
the Germans are a clever and
treacherous foe, they have been.making biles, join Gulf's "Anti-Breakdown" Club 11 p, r'

preparations for this invasionfor today. How do you do it? Just come in for. k .-. :,

a long time and probably have a Gulf's Protective Maintenance Plan! :,',''- ?s '..,

trick or two up their sleeves yet. "w ''
This plan was conceived fey: experts in
:, First reports are encouraging: the .
casualties have been reported light car care. Gulf developed' it Vttause car .. 1,

, for such a stupenduous. operation, maintenance is a most important ,_

but let's not deceive ourselves. There job. (8 out of 10 war workers use automoETI7 -' -- '
,. *' ., <- ,
will be a fight a grim one, and we biles to get to work.) '

should all pray, individually and i .
-, ..
: collectively, that it will be a short Pr

, -, one.There are a number I Clewiston : 'Protect\veO\% \

'- boys who are participating in this if's ft kelps keep IJMM tnotot .en.it'l"..dinpe:

invasion, some of whom may never Gu

see home again. ,Can we afford to \\\eres\ tan.\ e e IT'S IMPORTANT to change your oil \\\ %

: let them down by relaxing our efforts !"enanGe regularly and to give your car a ;. .

on the home front? There is '. really good motor oil like Gulfpride, ? ,. '.,

, '; a job to be done by every man, wo- ': ,; M a\," "The World's Finest Motor Oil," 'or :;;- .: ,?, ,

:,; man, and child and at this most r .:;\ Gulfiube,an extra-quality oil that costs /' :: :t 1 --
critical moment in the world's history a few cents less.
:' any shirking of duty' is a bar-
rier in the path of our invading .

armies.During this day we have heard It pnofeth.yowl cat at39da rgees pfflttJ/ It helps s ddt yowl qstf coupons! -

several men say that they felt like c '.

they should be there with our invading l! GULF'S Protective Maintenance Plan '' ASK YOUR GULF DEALER to clean your .,, ; ,
Gulflex Registered Lubrication I
armies. They feel
,: spark plugs, clean your air filter and pLO 4
reaches 39 vital
during such a time simply going up flush out your radiator, to help give
body, and chassis points. Six o
about their everyday affairs. We ,'
different you as much as 10%more mileage per i
had the same feeling and our first u//7ei Lubricants are o gallon of gas I '
used ,
to reduce
impulse this morning on hearing

E: the news was to dodge the day's .
work and sit with our ear glued to I
:, the radio loudspeaker, sitting as : .: '[ A
: Get au appowdtnewb ab Gulls tion :
close as possible as if by so doingwe tjw/i .,,*
could force ourselves a littler I' e To HELP YOUR Gulf Dealer do a thorough job on your car-and to (

.. closer to the scene of ,combat. A save jowr time-make an appointment. Phone or speak to him at I'
- man may be the rankest kind of a ''J the station. Then you should encounter no delay when you get .

coward but there come momemts Gasoline powers "* Gulf's Protective Maintenance Plan 15 services in all!

when he feels envious of those young
.- men who are following the country's

'Standards ashore on the French Don't waste_a drop &zr case .

Coast today. But it is just, as im- ,:,' ...\

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tinue our daily tasks and go on be- -S S ::

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j. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Collyer and two nursery for small children is con- the ''apathy on the island ana her

j children left Wednesday for West ducted by the Mothers' Club at the Renewal of faith, not only in the Island

Palm Beach where ,they will make Community Center."Whosoever' but in her own life and future .
their future home. Mr. Collyer ; creates a satisfying ending to
I SOCIETY will.leave shortly for Rio De Janerioto Shall Offend" is the .a novel as sweeping as the coast

work for the United States Engineers theme of the minister's sermon. I of Maine itself.THUNDER.

.. and with him will go George Young People's meeting at 6:00 I.

Waldion Corbett Bembry and W. p. m., for all high school and junior MOUNTAINBy '
: I. H. Moore from the Engineer sub- high young people The discussion -I Theodore Pratt

.;' -- office here. Their passports have of the Bible will be con- I Alexander Arlington, millionaire ,
.'' ..16-.. already been received and they now tinued.A .adventurer, a man tremendous ill

.; Sgt. and Mrs. O. H. Delaney Mis. H.. T. Vidus left Tuesday for await travel orders. Vacation Church School for body and spirit summons his fam-

spent the week-end in Miami. her home in Chicago where she will children and young people of all ily to their annual reunion-but in-
J. A. Stone returned the middleof will (Continued on Page 8)
spend the summer.Mr. ages begin on Monday, June 19, I
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee and Mrs. the week from Tampa where he and continue through Friday June -
MatId Hare spent Sunday in Fort and Mrs. M. W. Bigg are has been with Mrs. Stone at St. 30. '

::.;.>. Myers. Spending this week in New York Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. Stone was You are cordially invited to warship FOR SALE Poreh
where Mr. Bigg wa called on business taken there two weeks ago for with us.
treatment and is said to be 8x 1 0. New. Bronze
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier were responding ----- rug,
visitors in West Palm Beach Satnrday well. Her two daughters Mis. GUILD MEETS colored.
-0 "" E. N. Arlington and Mrs. Edna A. Suitable forsunroom.
Mrs. Art Richardson and son
i S 1.. ) Mrs. Jerry Cook and daughter and Halvorsen of Minneapolis, came The St. Martin's Altar Guild had, Priced to selL
" 'Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Greenberger Mrs. J. D. Leftwich are shopping in down when she first became ill and their monthly meeting on Thursday .

r; ,; spent the week-end at his home- in West Palm Beach Saturday. will probably take their mother night at 8:00: at the home of Mrs.G. Tel. 58. 1 Itc.
:. Okeechobee. home with them as soon as she can B. Rackstraw. There were

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bong, Mrs.S. be discharged from the hospital. seven members present. --

4',' > W. C. Owen was a business visitor L. Crochet and Sharon Crochet FOR SALE Prewar'model
Y: ti4' in Tallahassee for several days were visitors in Moore Haven' Sun- Co-Pilots Hold Monthly MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL -

this week.Mrs. afternoon. CHURCH
day ladies'
----:..- Meeting Thursday Night
'" .a, Doyle: Worth spent last week' Mr. and Mrs O. A. Jones and Services every Sunday at 8:30 "Pre-war tires. Excellent

,tr in Miami with her sister, Mrs. H. L. Miss Marianne Jones returned Sun- The new officers of the Co-Pilots a. m., at Clewiston Community

9 Swain. day from a week's vacation in Mi Club presided ,at the regular monthly Church. 'condition. Call Mrs. Hor- ",

ami. meeting of the club held at the Holy Communion and Sermon, T
" Miss Marguerite Mizelle was a -- 'Instructor's Club' last Thursday Rev. S. D. Mason Rector. tense Driggers at own-

.-:,;., :'; h:' -' visitor in Miami on Thursday and o'clock. site
Miss Letha Stacey accompaniedMr. ,night at eight Commissary. 1 tc.Johnson's .
:'... : Friday of last week.
: Smith Belle Book Reviews
and Mrs. D. A. of The new officers are Mrs. E. J.

, .i: ;( .::' : Miss Margaret Bell spent the Glade to Lake Worth Beach for the Smith president; Mrs. Art Richardson ,

'"j weekendrith friends in West weekend.Mr. : vice-president; Mrs. Harley .. New books In Clewiston Public Library --

.;:.' :.... Palm Beach. John : Case secretary: ; 'Mrs. Kenny Woodward I.' -reviewed by Mrs. W. Dean t
:.' and Mrs J. Kettl Mrs. treasurer. They succeed Mrs. King chairman: Fish CampNear
" Y J. W. Moore and Mrs. Thos. E. Frank Veltri as president; Mrs. Library Hours ( Hurricane Gate) t
: Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Jr., are
-; ,,;''... 'spending a two week vacation at Markette spent Saturday in West Jimmie Taylor as vice-president; Monday-3 to 6 P. M. Clewiston, Fla. -
' Fort Lauderdale Beach. Palm Beach. Mrs. A. C. Lyons as secretary. Mrs. Wednesday and Friday-7 to 9 Boats and llotors-Guide Service '
,: \ Woodward, was reelected treasure P. Mj Hates Reasonable J ;

.y( :-; '," Cpl. and Mrs. Geo. C. Bestor and Mrs. H. Etherton and Miss Joan Plans were made for a party- -- '\". H. Johnson, Mgr '

.;: ; ..'.. Mrs. H. A. Bestor are in Miami for Etherton of Moore Haven spent dance on June 24 to be held at the HIGH TIDE AT NOON .
.:::{: :',..- :. the week-end. Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs club for all Co-Pilots or Instructor By Elizabeth Ogilvie
Club members. Mrs. Carl Ziler
'r: Glen Etherton. This is a story of Maine and its
'heads the committee refresh-
.. .:. for lobstermen-of the lusty Bennett:
:. Hisses, Laura :Mizelle and Lela SURF COTTAGES
ments Mis. Bill committeeon
/ .? Brannan spent the week-end. at Little Glenda Sue Etherton is entertainment, Blume and Mrs. Blake family and of one girl's love for' a RIGHT ON THE OCEAN I J'
,-Q; their homes in Moore Haven.S. spending this week with her grandmother small piece of land and the sea surrounding -
Case committee decorations.A VACATION
on close to home.
C." I Mrs. H. Etherton, in Moore it, and how she struggled
Nine miles north of the Palm
'..j L. Crochet is spending a Haven. social hour was conducted by passionately to hold onto those Beaches, on U. S. Highway No. 1
: _
. Mrs. E. J. Smith and refreshmentsof she OUR Coast Guard lease has expired -
... ;':i week or two in Peoria Ill., on busi- i things believed in. 'and renovating will be completed .
/: ', ness.' Misses Evadene Moree and Leah, iced coffee, gingerbread and a Three men of the sea loved about June 1, when we planto
,* .' frozen salad served Mrs. J. .
1 /" I' Richaud, I. Lee Parker, Jr., and were by : Joanna: Nils patient kind born to DUE open.to conditions-, we will operateon
,; : Mr., and Mrs. Hairy Brazzelle Sgt. Tom W. Malone attended a W. Burden Mrs. Fred Hunziker the sea; cunning Simon Bird who the American Plan. Reservationswill

._:..j i?',:' are enjoying a fishing trip off the movie in Fort Myers Sunday -'afternoon and Mrs. Carl Ziler. thought he could break the Ben- a be 2-day necessary reservation., with a minimumof Our capacity -

/, Florida keys while on vacation.Mr. The club meets the first Thurs- nett pride; and charming Alec 26 to 25 guests. '
day night in each month at the Club Douglass whom Joanna married. YOU will enjoy the food rest .re I
.'" laxation swimming, and surf fish-
.- ., and Mrs. Lou Mancuso are Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and sand every Wednesday at 2:00 at the The, sea brings to Joanna her lover Ing, along with the home atmos- i
... : spending their vacation visiting children Emma Jane and Jennings 'Red Cross rooms. All instructors' and husband and it is to the sea phere. I
. RATES-Doubl-e, $4 daily, :$25 !
...' ;"1 their parents in New York. left Monday for a vacation ,visit .wives are asked to come. She turns the glorious high tide at weekly, per person. Single, $5 .'I
:: .', -- with Dr. Ezelle's family in Grace- noon, when she is in despair. How daily $32 weekly. II}
FOR write SURF
. reservations
.{! \:._ .: :Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Dozier are ville Fla.Annette. SOFTBALL TEAMS HAVE Joanna develops from a turbulent COTTAGES 623 30th. bt., "West Palm I

c f n, spending .a week or two visiting CHICKEN FRY SUNDAYThe tomboy into a mature and courageous Beach.Florida Mgr. or Phone 8940. W.J._A.30- !

'- relatives at Staunton- Va.._ Patricia:., Hoffman, wh. ,woman fighting the evil that Bound _
t :' : I has been attending school in St. boys' softball team of Clew- exists on her beloved island and .

:'1 .;(, Mr. and Mrs Jerry Cook and 'Petersburg arrived Sunday to visit iston High School was entertained ata the weakness in those around her ,I

-. ';'. '" daughter Jackie are visiting his her parents, Mr. and Mis.' A. P. chicken fry at Paradise Valley on to keep the island a cqmplete and s d

: ,7 :. '", parents in Orlando. Hoffman Jr., for a few days. Sheis Fisheating Creek Sunday by IVIr. and beautiful world is told here with I
J;i k.. leaving this week-end for a two' Mrs. J. M. Fountain. exciting vividness. Here is life in VIKING HOTEL

._.. i r> Mr. and Mrs. Frank Veltri left weeks' beach party at Treasure Island Swimming and /a diamond ball a fishing village the dances, weddings 31st & Collins Ave. r

:': ;;1; Wednesday 'for a visit witk Mr. and Beach after Which she will re- game featured an afternoon' of funand and simple entertainments' of MIAMI UEACIIOarlton

f4, Mrs. Max Cole in Jacksonville. turn to Clewiston to reside. merriment. Chicken, swamp the fishing folk, as we'll as ,the bitterness -
(: Urown UJr'
i I'' cabbage lemon pie and relishes and heartaches that go with Kfflvienciex JL; Hotel Rooms

;A '.\ _' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Burkhardt Mrs. Cecile Brooks, Mrs. Daisy composed the hearty meal. lean years and accidents at sea.Her J/2 block ta bench anil1 buses
t were shopping in West Palm Beach Yoder and Miss Marian Yoder spent Those attending besides Mr. and final endeavor''' to overcome SUM3IRR RATES
i\, Mrs. Fountain Coach Bernard Former operators Churchill hotel
t.r..T Saturday.Mrs. the week-end in West Palm Beach were
(.... .
',1;.j' and on Sunday moved Billy Brooks Myers Luther Owens, Jack Martinez -

_" ;;': O'Neal Walker and Itis.I from the Good Samaritan Hospital Richard Pape Eric Thomas FOR SALE-New Savage ...

'. Ralph Mackey spent Sunday at Lake where he has been taking the Kenny Buddy Poole, Curtis Pullen, Frank ,
t." Worth Beach. They were accom- treatments for infantile paralysis Conkling, Russ Owens Frank Har- Model 219.22 1 Hornet -

',' ,_ .. '. panied by their neices Misses to the Palm Beach Crippled ben, Bruce Beardsley, Charles Miner G. M. FORDCivil
'::, IQuinon Walker, Peggy Walker and Childien's Home where he will ic- and Gene Mills. Rifle. Weaver Model
Engineer and Surveyor
: Marguerite Wood. I main for treatment. ---'
a,+" MRS. THOMAS ENTERTAINS 29S Scope, case, three Specializing In Everglades
-- - - -- -- - - -
l'f':',{ ," ,.,... .. .......,.. ,,,, ......, ., ,.., boxes ammunition. $45.
1Ii '"" "= :;.I.l '-14<: /; -;; :=;=;{;:::i: ; :I!!::;=:.n.i :r.J .n; -'3.CLEWISTON Fla.
r Phone 6G Clcwiston,
': Mrs. G. B. Thomas entertainedher Box 364 Moore Haven., "

u_' bridge l'l'nhit__n_ -- her home Wednesday ,
Crystal ;
4, afternoon. r .
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT High score prize was won by Mrs. 1
Carl E. Johnson. and Mrs., R. C.
Wilson won the cut prize. Both
f: prizes were double decks of cards. CLEWISTON 1

Refreshments of chocolate pie and
: BEGINNING JUNE 11 coffee were served by the hostess.

Special New J PriceSchedule Others playing were Mrs. W. H. GOLF COURSEr-r;

\. & MON., JUNE 11 & 12 Lanier Mrs. K.. Bowden Mrs. D. G.
Alston Mrs. R. M. Bishop and Mrs.W. .
,. _
"Lassie Comes Home"In C. Owen who substituted for I :1'
of 1 _...,,N_... .'. j'
Mrs. J. W Ezellewho; is out .. .. ,
Technicolor ADULTS ...________:_._.. 40c town. ,; '. I i iI

Al!*> CHILDREN ...._.._..:...._... ,14c r
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Cartoons and Pete Smith :
Ideal Weather for Your

TUBS. & WED. JUNE SERVICE MEN ..__-__.: 30c entertained the '
13 &&1.1 : Otto Larsen
bridge club at her Favorite Exercise ;-1 1'il
"The Purple Heart" (To All Shows) home members last of Wednesday her afternoon.Mrs. ,

\ W. C. Owen was ,awardedthe Ij
Also- -
high score prize and Mrs. J. W ":":":":":":'.:":":":":":"1'.:.':" T',' i
OZ/IE NELSON BAND MATINEE DAILY Ezelle a guest won the prize for

4 Plus "YANKEE: DOODLE second high score. Others playing ":';: ; ;
MOUSE" 3 P. M..tDUL'rs were Mrs. H. A. Bestor Mrs. F., E. GoodGreens.'i
n Conkling, Mrs. F. Deane Duff Mrs. ::1

Which Won the Award_for Being ......._.-__..._ 40c N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. C. J. Niel- ." !
Best Cartoon of Year. sen and Mrs. R. C. Wilson. .." 'I.'.' I

CHILDREN _.......__...__.: Oc ,IININININININ-NININININININ. . . . .NI-...., '1
THURS.-FRL, .JUl15 & 16 ,'

"Heaven Can Wait" All Prices Include intermediate Girl the Scouts are \Meeiihur Own Friends There j=::; ,:". '.' :1
requested to meet at Civic Cen-
next : afternoon at ;
Federal, Tax "
3:00. .f. ;;} .
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Saturday and SundayOPEN CHURCH
"I Dood It" David C. Hancock, Minister'

I with SUNDAY JUNE 11, 1944
vi, RED+ SKELTON CONTINUOUS SHOWING Sunday School 9:45 a. m., Dr. C.

N Plus Serial and Cartoon'iJ E. Gericke superintendent. Classes DAILY GREEN FEES

for all ages.Morning '.
i I Worship 11:00 a.' m. A.. /


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Elephants] and Some Fish ''I'f THE
Are Restless CreaturesIn QUE'E'NS IIL -' -r 4PROUDLY. /.. .,. ._'- .

i-- The
wind j.
the animal world the elephant goes <

by; reason of its size and r. iwlMfa through the "a.ir
strength might be expected to en- -=- Like
?rdCP6I: poetry unbound
joy long and profound periods of @.WH IT& W.N.unATUR; And
when t'o
slumber. Not so, however, for it it comes
seldom has more than two or TIlE STORY THUS FAR: Lieut. Col. but his flight path brings him downas smoke, enveloping her completely.But obstacles
It Frank Kurt/ pilot of tile old Flying For. low as fifteen feet above the For- he made, the great mistake of
hours' rest at time.
three a tress, known as "The Swoose" which tress' is routine It simply. <
wings There a coming back just once againmaybeonly loe.sr. /
lies down and
very seldom spendsthe escaped from Clark Ffeld tells of that
about it. As he straightens out from to see what he had done. But rouncLWNU
greater part of the day and fatal day when the Japs struck in the _
his turn and comes at the Wg mo- for whatever at this _.)
and For. reason, point u r
night in restless shufflings os- Philippines. Old 99, another Flying nNNrl
cillations. tress, Is struck down before it can get tionless' bomber, first his small .25- the antiaircraft opened up on him .

From observations made in cap- off the ground, killing eight of her crew. caliber wing guns open up with a through a hole in the smoke. He

tivity on miniature whales, dolphins Kurtz: explains bow Old 99 was due for rattle, filling the air with a skein of seemed to jump a little in the air,

and porpoises, it would appear camouflage, then orders were counter tracers. Then, when these white and at the end of the run he didn'tchandelle t
if these animals never manded, and Instead they were to load threads show him he is dead on his as he usually did, but kepton
slept at all. A porpoise kept in jerk with the bombs.bombs Then and reload he was with ordered cameras to target, we hear him open up with going and"" 'Look!' somebodysaid.
continued to swim his 20-millimeter cannon. 'A puff of smoke!' Sure enoughit
an aquarium ,for a reconnaissance trip over Formosa.
round and round its tank throughDut They get word over the air that bombsare "And as he pulls up off the tar-' was-only maybe he was only

the 24 hours' The specimenIn dropping over Clark Field. Then all get, he sprays with steel the lip of clearing his engine-but three sec- Features.
question never once stopped. arc electrified by the shout, "Here they the ditch right over our heads as onds later it was a definite black

come!" we crouch in the bottom. Each timewe trail behind' him.

glimpse the pilot as he rolls in "We held our breath as he wob-

CHAPTER III for the attack. He wears a yellow bled'and wavered off like a wounded CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

SNAPPY FACTS scarf, but for the rest, in gogglesand bird, and when he rolled over on one'

ABOUT1RUBBER "I hadn't long to wait, because the helmet, he might have been any wing down behind the horizon, nev-
nose of that leading V had passedthe of us. I don't think he notices us- er to rise again, we let out a cheer

I bomb-release line, and now came he is too intent on the Fortress. It that shook more dirt down the wallsof INSTRUCTIONSELECTRIC

the first, unmistakable whistlejustas is only that we' are right in his line our ditch. Because up to then it

we'd heard it thousands of times of fire, and each time as he startsto had been all their Saturday. OUTBOARD MOTORS can be

\ over Muroc-and then the dull cr-r- pull up, his guns spray our trench "This seemed signal the end of built from drawings available parts and step-by-step with our 7 pageworking in .

rump! The first bomb of their pat- lip before he has time to take his the attack, for now the Nakajimasand structions.SILVER CREEK Price SI PRECISION.00. CORP.

tern had hit way up the field, three thumb off the button. Zeros rose from the field like 2 Mechanic St. Silver Creek. N. Y.
After the war American syn- thousand yards away. I didn't know "But suppose he does see us? crows from a well-picked carcass

thetic plants should produce then it had hit the mess hall I had Some of the men had been loading and, falling into formation, disap- Rebuilt

enough to meet perhaps our military 200- just left, and killed Bill Cocke, our bombs when the attack came and peared around Mount Arayat the Army Shoes
requirements have their shirts off-their white direction of their carrier which lay
000 tons or more a year andas group engineering officer. REBUILT ARMY '''WORK SnOES
backs are wonderful targets. So somewhere out of sight off Luzon Garrison type or low cuts rebuilt civilian
much additional as can "But now was the time to run for dress shoes, with new rubber or leather
justified through the free playof our lives, because here came more down under the horizon. soles and new rubber heels, all sizes, in
any quantity at S2.25 a delivered to
economic forces to meet .whistles, and the nose of the "Now we climbed out of the ditch your door, parcel post pair prepaid. SEND
then current civilian needs. and started back toward YOUR ORDER with money order today.
formation like Operationsto
was over us now, a
This is the recommendation of SURPLUS DISTRIBUTORS P. O. Box
of huge cloud with giant hailstones fall- report. But first we had to walk 331, Newbnrh, N. Y. No ration stamps
John L. Collyer, president necessary. Money refunded if not satisfied. .I
around the wreckage of the o\d ,
The B. F. Goodrich Co. ing from it. r c poor L
Fortress. We walked wide not
"So now Glenn and I ran for the
Atthe beginning of theyearoursfock- nearest foxhole. It was a shallowone because of the shimmering heat, but Safe Crossing

pile of natural rubber was less than two feet deep, built to hold one; because it was a, shameful thingwe
one quarter of what it was at the h could bear to I
but both for it and
time of PearlHarbor.Unless planta- man, we jumped ar Actuaries estimate that the
not until later did we realize there which no one will'understand whndoesn't
tions are recaptured from the Japs chances of making a safe journey
love those big beautiful 1517's -
and immediately put into operationour was a man already in it. We could between the United States and
imports of crude are not expected think of nothing then except this : as'we did. There she was in 994 in
England today are 1,000
.. to exceed 80,000 tons in 1944. earthquake roar and grinding and ; : her death agony-the plates had wel when and 996
traveling by ship
.1 L tered quickly leaving only her nak
0 ,
the whistling of a'mighty storm mov- l when
traveling by plane.
ing down the field. ed skeleton shimmering in the heat

"Yet even as the low hum of mo- of ,!;uij\ : and licked by oily flame. It madE

tors died away we were afraid to \e ";P 1 jh.e you sick and you wanted to look the

move. I was afraid to take my tin other way. tJoh
hat from my face for another half- "The rest, of the field was littered ( i
with charred skeletons of .5RlRIN I IWORLD'S
minute, because maybe another V planes.You'll .
remember the 19th Bombard- LARGEST SELLER AT IV
might be above us ,at its bomb-
release line, and other trains might ment Group had comprised thirty-
0 start thundering down. five proud Flying Fortresses. A doz- Respect MotherinLawThe

oo jhe "But the quiet continued and now en of them had been down at Del Zulus of South Africa require -

we raised up in our trench. The Monte Field in the southern islandof a man to stand at a distance

:, black cloud of bombers was movingoff Mindanao and so escaped this when he addresses his mother-in-

empty of* its hailstonesprobably attack. Colin Kelly, who had come law.

just now closing their bombbaydoors up from Australia, was flying one

wheeling in the distance to of them. But of all the rest which
: had been here on Clark Field only FOR QUICK RELIEF
11 L head back for home. It was very
7 rt still except for a rising crackle of / y five could be called airplanes any

fire-the smoke from our burning ___ more. Even these five were badly

planes was just starting, the climb- p damaged, and none of them could A Soothing S A LV
ing columns had not yet blossomedinto fly. But by pooling the five wrecks, ANTISEPTIC a;.

thick black plumes. replacing a wing here, a tail there, Used by thousands with satisfactory fc
{t: RHIEUMATIC PAUl and taking two undamaged engines suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. -
"But over this crackle we could Get Carboil at drug stores or write
r from a third, the Colonel hoped we Spurlock-Neal'Co., Nashville Term.
Need not Spoil voar Day-Get attar It How hear another hum. Then we saw it,
Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve as we peered east over the edge of could salvage in Pall, of the two doz-
pain of muscular rheumatismand en which stood on the field that
other rheumatic pains. Caution: the field: a string of fighterstheymust
Use only as directed. First bottle be our P-40's! We didn't know -- morning, three planes which might 7//vfSuf l?

purchase price back if not satisfied.60c that all but a few of our P-40's had He collapsed in the arms of a sergeant get into the air-when the runwaywas .
and $1.00. Today, buy C2223.fPJMITENS. been bombed and shot down and and died before our "cleared. fOI MIROI ACHES AID PAIn Of

their field ruined before the bombers eyes. "As for the boys who hadn't come aua- RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
back from the hills yet, the Colonel '
came to us. now we start to organize ourselvesin
wasn't in the least worried. 'It's like
"So we stood there brushing the I our rat trap, pounding away ""-
dirt from our clothes (one bomb had with orders. any good hunting dog, he explained.'The .

hit only fifteen feet away from me) I "What antiaircraft :we have is first time you put steel across f" L
him, of course he's scared. But aft- r U
and watched this formation ap- thumping away now, but it isn't do-
those fellows that
that ran
proach. They were coming around ing much good. In the first place it er ,
today will make as good soldiers -
beautiful Mount Arayat in a long is so placed that the black smoke away '

string like geese flying north in the billowing up from the burning For- as they come. Size 60t
"It was now late in the day, and Large [ rw tretnal'12-Small)
r fall, and at only a little higher alti- tresses gets between the Zeros and I *CAUTION!: ISE OUT AS DIRECTED*
there I
he told me was nothing
tude-say 2,000 or 3,000 feet. the ground gunners, blanketing their AT III GOOD DRUG mars or BT HAH n receipt el price
and it would be all
could do rightto
"Can you blame us for feeling field of fire. In the second place, it leave the target area until morn- ;

good-to see some of .our own gangin was never designed to operate at ing-in fact we'd better, because the

the air at last? as close a range as three hundred Japs would probably be back to-
TANNED "All of a sudden Glenn Rice yelled, yards. LET
DARK SKI N 'Look! For God's sake look at that "So in our ditch we start a little "Lieutenant Elmer Brown hap- COr STIPATION h

L'frhtcnstanned dark.blotchy red circle!' There it was on those up- war of our own-forty of us versus there with
to standing me
Elan externally: caused, thicnsy pened ,
I r_ , y t Whitener Dr. FRED 7 days Palmer's as directed.Skin kind of orange red, the Rising Sun or rather those of the forty who and I left my bike, because it O When bowels are sluggish and you
Y IrootestisfledMon.yBeek. of Japan. They weren't P-40's, as have .45's which is the pilots and feel irritable, headachy, do as millions
; y3, 25c at dratrguta. Fro*Sam. wouldn't be fair to Brownie. Brownie 'do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern
2',<;:" ".<'riJ.. Dcpt.pl..SeodS T.Bas:J Ut.> AtlaGata.Ga. we now could see, but Nakajimasand the bombardiers. Every time that who always has had a comfortable 'chewing-gum laxative Simply chew

DR.FRED PALMER'S some Zeros-coming in from the Jap strafer comes over, we bang' amount of money, said he'd calla FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed
. ., SKIN WHITENER direction of Corregidor, an attack away at him."Meanwhile. taxi. But I knew nothing would taking only in accordance with package
string, each Jap leaning out as he from all over the field directions-sleep without being dis-
come of that. The servants and almost turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
circled to pick out which Fortress. you can hear two sound sequences- everybody else were back in relief, helping you feel swell again. Try

on the ground he would attack. first the high rattle of the Jap .25- the hills, some of them still running FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy

"As they circled we could hear caliber wing guns as the tracers and anything you wanted done and economical.A generous family supply i..

our ammunition dump going upitwas feel for the target, then the slower that day you had to do for your- costs only
Moray like Fourth of July as the bombs P9unding of the cannon as they drive self. So we collected a bedding roll FEE -}\-M ANT

b Insects burst in the heat-and in betweenthe the main punch home-that I've described apiece at the barracks and startedoff

a bangs'' there was that rising before. The other sequencewas down the road. We'd walked for -
l crackle."A heartbreaking. You'd L NU-7 22-44
more quite a while when at a crossroads
three-quarter circle they made, hear a rising, hissing p-p-pf-f-f-o-O- we came on a convoy of trucksitwas
like cracking a blacksnake whip FFF! which means a tracer has an antiaircraft outfit being a

Vegefa6lesFlowers over our already stricken airfield, gone sizzling into the gas tank of moved back into position, I suppose 0

& and then they began to peel off to one of our dear old Fortressesfollowed where they could better protect the,

ShrubsPreserve clean up with strafing what few For- quickly by a great roar, (everything charred carcasses of our bombers. o

tresses their bombers had missed. letting loose at once), which "So we hooked a ride on one of
I I ToDaceo eyhrodueb "Ahead of me I could see men 1 means that the burning gasoline has these trucks, which was headed for For You To Feel Well
i k ( L.neorporatWlrllle.8 CAemlul I Corp.d disappearing:: into a ditch-some div- exploded her bombs. a,little native village around the oth-: week 24 hours never stopping every day the 7 kidneys days every filter r.

ing head-foremost into it. (Bob Meyer "But the Jap pilot with the yellow er side of our field and a reasonably!;' waste matter f' m the blood.

almost broke his neck.) I tumbled scarf who is working on the For- safe distance away. We got out; kidneys It moro must people constantly were aware remove of how sur-the

in, and when I picked myselfup tress in the revetment next us is when they stopped and, going to the plus fluid excess acids and other waste u

I,saw a soldier deliberately, slow- now'rally!, getting down to business, nearest house, by signs asked the, matter without that injury cannot to health stay in there tho would blood

ly walking up to it, but just'' as he coming in lower and closer each owner if he had a room for the' be better understanding: of why the
stood at the lip he seemed to collapse time. As him tear- nice whole system is upset when kidneys fail'
we spot coming night. He was a very fellow) to function properly. .'
and came tumbling down. I ing in for the attack we yell out our and took us upstairs to his own. I: Burning,scanty or too frequent urination ':,

thought the earth had caved in under orders and grovel on our faces as don't know where he slept. We un-1 is wrong.sometimes You may warns suffer that nagging something backache f

his feet. Then as he struggledto his wing guns rattle and his can- rolled our bedding on the bamboo) headaches, dizziness rheumatic

his feet I saw his whole hip had non thump, followed by the ear- floor and spread our mosquito nets,'! pains Why, getting not try up Doan'9 at nights Pills, swelling.! You will

been blown away. N splitting roar of his motors as he and Brownie went right off to sleep.) be using a mcdicino recommended the

V "There is a sudden hammering of swishes past over our heads-we "I lay awake. That ack-ack con-; country of the over.kidneys Doan't stimulate and help the them function to

guns, and we see one of the Naka- popping futilely at the .racing shad- voy was still moving in and getting, flush out poisonous waste from the
} blood. contain nothing harmful.
:I -_."""-' jimas has picked out this particular ow with our 45s. settled. Now and then a truckdriver Get Doan's They today. Use with confidence.At L 1
I .
I -- Fortress as his prey. "On the eighth pass his tracers wouldn't hear a sentry call 'Halt!' all drug stores.t .

; "Again and again the Jap comes found their target-there was the' and would go rumbling by, and you
C': Our Liberty in-making his approach (it was hissing roar of gasoline, and from would hear a rifle crack a couple of

Buy U. s. War Bonds beautiful flying) after he has rolled I every one of the many bullet holesin times.

L w-. out of his turn at about 150 feet- the fuselage there billowed black (TO BE CONTINUED)



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HOLLYWOOD Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. .J
Released by Western Newspaper Union. Make your own celery salt by A sewing: machine should be -<1
> drying celery leaves, rolling into a oiled after every ten hours of use, ,.-
: By VIRGINIA VALE fine dust and adding in an equal by putting a drop of oil on each ,
Released by Western Newspaper Union Lesson for June 11 amount of salt. J
THE other day when I was at the bearing, as directed in the book of ;

BURNETTE Re- studio I decided to call instructions. :."]
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected '
r SMILEY robust Western on my old friend Sidney Franklin. and copyrighted: by International Pin a turkish towel over the table 'j

comedian is celebrating his He's their top producer now, and the Council permission.of Religious Education; used by part of your sewing machine Make your extension electric ,;

.. his only one who has proved himself to keep slick materials from slid- cord last longer by wrapping it \i
films with
tenth in
year worthy of stepping into Irving Thal- PAUL PLEADS FOR A RUN- ing off when sewing. around something cylindrical ":
current "Border Town Trails. berg's shoes.: If you challenge this AWAY SLAVE S S S when not in use. .
He's had quite a career. After I'd like to remind you that it was 'j

barnstorming the Midwest for Sidney who directed. such films as LESSON TEXT-Philemon 421. A spring: clothespin painted to If you will keep your jar of pea- .,

h: .J years he became the operator of a "The Good Earth," "Barretts of GOLDEN, tenderhearted TEXT-Be, forgiving yc kind each one to other another match kitchen equipment is a use- nut butter turned upside down on :?;

one-man radio station in central Illi- Wimpole Street,""Smilin' Through," even' as God also in Christ forgave you.- ful addition to the kitchen for removing the pantry shelf, the oil will stay +

nois; he did everything, including and "The Guards- Ephesians 4:32.Brotherhood. hot kettle covers. of the mixed and the top of the butter ....b:t
writing songs for his programs. One man." And he ring type. will not dry out. .

'2 night Gene Autry heard him; next has produced y" ..ptuj' is one of those fine --V

... day Smiley joined Autry in Chicago, "Goodbye, Mr. qualities or impulses of the soul of
" and shortly afterward they went to Chips. "Mrs. which men like to speak when all is

,: Hollywood and into pictures to Miniver," "Mad- fair and prosperous, and promptly KNOW YOUR FOODS. 'J
by Bell
::: gether. Smiley has written more ame Curie forget in times of distress and strug- Alary ,

" than 200 songs for himself, Autry, "Random Har- I gle. That is just where Christianity :
, shows forth at its best, for it is (
" Roy Rogers and others in Republic vest, and "WhiteCliffs."How'sthat As LATE AS 1867, BOTH EUROPEANS AND
$; A" films, and has made almost 100 pict I in the hour of need, sorrow, or afflic- FEARED l ..
: ;
for tion that real Christian brotherhood :f 1
; tures-and an enviable name for : a record?
:; nimself. Guess there can : shows its depth and durability.Paul FRUITS AND VEGETABLES-A! MORE ;.., ...J

!:1 : be no protest Sidney Franklin was in prison when he wroteto RECENT PREJUDICE WAS THAT AGAINST ,,;

'._. Nice spot Allan Jones landed in, about whose shoes Philemon. The one of- whom he MARGARINE. TODAY HOWEVER, ....Y 1
with Universal Pictures demandingthat Sidney Franklin is standing in I wrote, Onesimus, was a slave who WOMEN EVERYWHERE USE :

he return to Hollywood to star We've been friends for so many had deserted his master and proba- .TA6LE"GRADE" NU-MAID .':J

in a new picture, while he, starring years I don't like to count them. bly defrauded him (v.18). He had ,

'; in his own radio show on' Wednesdays let's settle for a quarter, of a century been converted, and now was being

. and on "Broadway Matinee" So when I breezed up to his sent back to his master. So we "j

Thursdays, could afford to' refuse. office I knew I'd be welcome. How- have three Christian men dealing
ever, I knocked politely and waited.A with a very delicate matter, and pro- -,
barking dog answered me, so I viding us a picture of brotherhood in 9MOMSAYS
.1 ..i opened the door and walked in. What action. We learn that it is- //

met my startled glance? Four solemn I. Courteous (vv. 4-9). : '
men were seated in a semi- After a fine spiritual salutation, ,,.
circle looking intently at Sidney, Paul enters upon an appeal to Phile- J

L4i who was crawling on his hands and mon which is a model of tact and ,:

} d n knees from behind the couch, bark- courtesy. One could wish that those ..

ing! who think that being faithful to the .

"What gives?" says .I. Lord and true to His Word means .,/r+f
Sidney rose, blushed a little, and being blunt and unkind, would learnof 'J
CHILDREN LOVE HU extended his hand. "I haven't goneto Paul.
i N ,
I, the demnition bowwows," says First he lets Philemon know of BREAD AND AFTER-SCHOOL SNACKS THICr

he. "I was just acting out the pup's his prayerful interest in him. Paul BECAUSE OF ITS SWEET, CHURNED-' .I,,

scene!" had been praying for him, that's FRESH FLAVOR.ANDTHIS"TABLE-GRADE" 'j
why he could say such a helpful '
t % /4 jJ There's TeamworkAnd word. Praying ,for our fellow man MARGARINE IS SO ECONOMICALTHEY j

ro N tiF there you have the answer to prepares us for genuine brotherlylove. CAN USE IT LIBERALLY. ,..
his success; there isn't even the .

-..>.. ,--"'- 7.r'.x..." >"'-01 smallest role in any of his pictures Then he recognizes Philemon'sgoodness :;
that doesn't come alive in Sidney's testimony -.:I INU"MAID's
't'W' ALLAN JONES and his effective -
, office before the scenario is handed .1 I .
for Christ. This is an excellent //1
n to the director MILD, SWEET
over and actors.
He thought they could have used approach' to the making of a request I .
These men with him writers CHURNED-FRESH FLAVOR .
" nim before he signed his radio con- were but be sure that it was not '
.' tracts, that it was his radio work director, and art director. They filed empty or hypocritical flattery. We -z: MAKES IT PREFERRED ON THE :; : 1

that made them want him back- out soberly, as we all do when we do well to recognize the fine quali- TABLE AND THE CHOICE OF : 1//

" and he still shudders when recallingthat have just been impressed by someone's ties of our Christian brother, and GOOD COOKS FOR BAKING : 'j;
knowledge and integrity, leaving could profitably speak of them s
he. was assigned to a picture I we. '
Sid and talk ,
me to about the old :
than do.
more we :.
called "Paradise Isle, in which he
'- days; about those years of struggleand Then Paul was ready to make his
;was to play a singing newspaperman. /i
all, they entail. Sidney likes to request. See how nicely he does it. i ii

talk about the past. So do I. He skillfully reminds Philemon that rTABLE'GRADE"NU-MAID IS 97)' DIGESTIBLE, RICH IN THE

Cantinfias, Mexico's spectacular Sidney came here from San Fran- I he might make some demands, and *PEP-UP" VITAMINX AND A HIGH ENERGY FOOD C3,300

comedian, said to combine Willtogers' cisco 30 years ago. He was then a I especially in view of his age and CALORIES PER LB.) TRY NU'MAtD TODAY--YOU'LL LIKE IT
school boy on vacation But he will not
: acting gifts and CharlesChaplin's a summer his imprisonment. !"
pantomime, is to make 'a hanging around the gates of the old do so, rather he. says, "I beseech .

picture under the auspices of RKO Selig studio and trying to catch a thee." /jNlll$ ftJt f HJf wttIlllJaMAD -

and Posa Films of Mexico. It will glimpse of. the mysteries beyond. II. Considerate (vv. 10-16).

be his first appearance in an Eng- One day a husky guy was unload- 'Paul, the aged prisoner, had foundin

lish-speakjng production, and Mexican ing equipment from a big van. He his new convert, Onesimus, a real [ f )

;, : and American talent will be saw this shy kid looking up at him helper. He would have liked to keep

combined for the picture, which with eager eyes. "Wanta lug this him. In fact, says he to Philemoa: ,

will get under way within the next camera into the studio for me?" Onesimus could do for me the things'you THE MIAMI MARGARINE CO, CINCINNATI

three or four months. Gadgets to Grease Paint would want to do if you were
here (v. 13).
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Sidney sprang into action, and Undoubtedly Paul could have been
u Dennis Morgan's fan mail has once inside those gates, theycouldn't of Philemon.He .
been sure of the willingness '-
steadily increasing since the get rid of him. There -- I5tl
could have assumed that the request -
' + release of his first starring picture, drive and !
r in that
"The Hard Way"! ; now it's re- kid. By the time he took a job in.the would be granted. And in any _
Philemon did not know
:- ported that he received more.than. old Hobart Bosworth studio about case, if'm6
'' a where Onesimus was, so why not ;
; other Warner Bros. star ;
any during year later, he had schooled himselfto keep him?
He's starred in
'' April. two pictures do so many chores, and to do
; now in general release, "The DesertSong" them well, that he was nicknamedSid True Christian consideration respects :
the rights and the
and "Shine On Harvest personal
Detail. Then that
' Moon," and will play the lead in came memo- property rights.of another. We must
rable day when actor didn't
an show
"Christmas in Connecticut," op- up. He was scheduled to play oppo- not assume,"or demand, or put pres- CORN FLAKES I t tood" 1"The

posite Barbara Stanwyck. site a growling grizzly bear! Sev- sure on anyone (v. 14) to get what
-i:_ they have or to draw out their serv-
eral actors refused the role. At last ?&4C'E
Keenan Wynn says that, on that driven ice.Another Grains are Great f :
desperation, ,the director t'
expression of consideration bring you 'f
trip to China Burma and Flakes
practically yelled "Where's Sid Detail Cora
? Kellogg's
everywhere, the GIs, sitting in the is found in verses: 15 and 16. food elements -t.1
Around protective CORN
i the little au ;
corner came Sid
'a heathen nearly essential E
lost slave
Philemon had ,
ti rain, insisted that he and Bill declaredto
,, Gar- t
-so thin he could sit on a dime and back I of the whole grain :
cari gan work could out in the under rain. Andy Ar- show the edges. He looked at the ,tian now brother.he is receiving No worker will a give I human nutrition. irA K E S .;;

stay the canvas bear. The bear looked .._. f''
at him. less in service, and no. master will 7"'. i;)'
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covering, to keep his instrument dry. '-'" I "
But Sid Detail was used to taking f '
demand because the two are
And for Paulette more,
as Goddard
she orders, and the director .d
was telling both Christians. We need to recog- C

could the soldiers work under made the every cover effort; in to fact do, him scene.what An he hour was later to, do when in the nize that fact, for all too often men Shoulder a Gun or the Cost of One i
their relationship
everything they could....,. for her. cameras stopped grinding, a come- presume brethren. on But the fact that they are as By Buying United States War Bonds :i

, : dian was born. He could have taken Christians should make a great difference ,
If anyone thinks that Ginger his place beside Harold ,
Lloyd or in their attitude toward one 1 J
Rogers is afraid of competition, the the others. i,
line-up for "Tender
Comrade" is the !
o answer. Three top-flight women Brawn and BrainAll III. Cooperative (vv. 17-21). .,I\

:;: stars who've made their mark on of us urged him to go on act- Partners share the benefits and

.. Broadway as well as in films are ing. But he lacked the selfexploitation the burdens of their joint_ enterprise. KILL THE ENEMY 'I
in the cast-Ruth Hussey, Patricia actors need. Direction inter- Partners in the gospel, like Paul '

Collinge and Mady Christians. ested him more. In that capacity he and Philemon, shared not only spir- '1
". itual blessings, but also the respon-
-- could express himself behind the sibilities. Paul was presenting suchan who's after / ./
Dix Davis, who plays "Judy's"brother camera, pulling the strings, a your
item to Philemon in the return of
on NBC's "Date with shadowy figure the
Judy, on sidelines.But .
Something had to be
' has just turned 16, and is a fresh- having the potentialities of a Onesimus.
' debt of Onesimus
done about the ,
: man at the University of Southern, fine actor, he helps his writers to servant. Paul 0 .
his failure as a says
California, but he seems to have a visualize scenes, always acting out
it to your partner.
"Charge me
touch of in his role until
superman makeup.He every they themselvescan
Paul's promise "I will repay it"v. 4. '
keeps near the head of his class, detect any false situations or
i and maintains a schedule of eight actions.,A hard taskmaster-all ( 19) was the legal phraseology ofa Spray FLIT on all mosquitoes it's an easy
per- in his
radio shows a week; he's heard fectionists are. But his writers love promissory note day. It way_to kill 'em quick. Best of all it wipes out
was a bonafide partnership transac- Anopheles the
mosquito that spreads
; on six other radio shows beside him, even when he wears them
to ,
t ; : I tion, yet it was coupled with a re- malaria. Yes! Flit not only mows down this
"Date with Judy.w___ the bone. One of them said: "Hedda, minder of indebtedness. c, ,.t 1 carrier of disease '. but kills the baby
-7. that guy works from the heart as No',right thinking person Is content Anopheles, when sprayed on stagnant waters
4 I Arthur Lake, "Dagwood" of the"Blondie" well as the brain. In story confer- always to be on the receiving hand. ___ where it breeds.Arm yourself with Flit, today!
I series, has spent most of ences he's inspirational and untir- The humblest recipient of favor or

his life as an actor bringing comic ing.. the smallest child who feels the love kills flies, ants,

...,1 strip characters to life. He first I smiled. I'd listened to the same of another wants to respond. The FLIT moths, bedbugs and

1 came to prominence with his por story for years, but in spite of this considerate friend will, therefore '; nu., all mosquitoes.

trayal of "Harold Teen"; then was grueling work in, the Franklin unit, not always insist on giving, but will "- ; Copt.1M :"i chosen as a natural for "Dagwood" there isn't a writer who doesn't y
graciously (like Paul) open the way /J
on both air and screen plead for the opportunity. for V
for cooperation partnership.
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Help Is Given To- ''! : child is released from Large: Group Leaves- NOT' ICE I IS YOUR. SUBSCRIPTION PAID?

As provided by Chapter 21945! Acts
'I' please inform us so of 1943 notice Is hereby given that
(Continued, from Past 1) or appliances are (Continued from Page 1) the Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
mission of the State of Florida, under
tore no assistance was offered maj. be provided as Bloomfield, Conn., and Douglas the power and authority granted said
Grover Reed, transferred from Al- Commission by Section 30, Article IV, T. M. WEEKLEY'S ,
our organization even though of the Constitution of the State of "
I 'OU remain in Palm Beach ton, 111.There.
Florida, In official meeting held May
=are a resident of Hendry physician recommends 29, 1944, has closed the following coun-

and in the territory served by }I we feel sure are no men being accepted 1 ties mcr in of the alligators State of Florida to the tak- FURNITURE STORE

local chapter. i I treatments may be insti now for limited service.' If an inductee I Indian River Palm BeachSt. _

Mr. F. Deane Duff r there through Mrs.. is so rated through an old Okeechobee. L.ucie Charlotte Glades
the: Celebration of the .. I examination he must be reexaminedand Hardee Lee Dealer In NEW and USED

birthday in Hendry' County, I truly yours, reclassified. If he has had a Manatee Sarasota Broward Hendry FURNITURE
vd us of :your child's illness as I Florida Chapter of I pre-induction physical and acceptedfor i DeSoto Collier

and in checking with Mrs. National Foundation limited service he is to be re- Martin Highlands Monroe Dade Buy, Sell or Trade
the Palm Beach Crippled I Infantile Paralysis. j classified as 4-F or deferred. The sale, transportation, or trans-

Society we realize that you Mrs. Mary K. Cofer, portation hides or for eggs sale Is of prohibited alligators,within their Spring Construction Veluor

possibly be unaware of the fact I Office Secretary. Beardsley Is SpeakerContinued these counties, and possession of live Upholstery Living Room
there are organizations ready I alligators for exhibition or scientific
purposes is prohibited except on per- Suite
Tender assistance In such times -- mit from the Game and Fresh Water
emergency, and for that reason I i Protected ( from Page 1.) Fish Commission. New Cotton-Felt Mattresses '
or-organization. -
Certified copies of this action on .the I
asked Mrs. Lester' to forward Ruling talk made by Governor Spessard L part of the Commission have been
much information, on the case as I Holland which left few dry eyes in filed with the Secretary of State of Good Used Lams MowersNext .
the State of Florida and wItheach
possibly could.Rightfully the auditorium at its conclusion.The County Judge of the State of Florida,
*you may receive :I Game and Fresh Water new plan of refunding of and copies may be obtained from the To Carson's Store
I Commission at its office in the City LaBelle FloridaNOTICE
aid of the National Foundation acting under a the Everglades Drainage District, of Tallahassee, Florida.I. .
Infantile Paralysis at this time by the 1943 session of of which Mr. Beardsley is one of the N. KENNEDY, Director #
Game and Fresh Water
funds are raised by local Legislature has closed commissioners, was described in detail Fish Commission. I I
through public subscription for Florida counties, in- and the speaker indicated his It.

'Very purpose through ,the )', to the taking of alii belief that the plan would soon be .N I ----- --- ------ -
:Celebration of the President's in operation with an additional large
day in various counties and the killing of alligators ''saving to the taxpayers of the Ever- I

through the March df"'Dimes and but the legal notice ap. glades.,

hereby offer to assume the in this issue calls At the conclusion of his talk El-
obligations incurred by you the fact that the sale, bert L. Stewart called attention to Notice is hereby given that the following lands or so much thereof as will I
be to the amount due for
necessary pay taxes herein set opposite to the same,
William's care up until the time or transportation for the Fifth War Loan Drive nad ask- together with the cost of such sale and advertising, will be sold at public
released. from the hospital. their hides or ed the assistance of every Kiwanianin auction on tnethird2ayo//' July, A. P- 1944, beginning at twelve o'clock noon
at the City Hall of the City of Clewiston, Florida.R. .
will include all those expenses in these counties making the county drive a suc- ,
curred from the time of ; of live alligators for cess. Y. PATTERSON, Tax Collector
.... City of Clewiston.
admission to the hospital there, or scientific purposes is ..'
"we realize :you were unaware of under a permit from Book Reviews- LOT ''. :'" "'j\:.! :',:-t;,.:..: .7'' BLOCK OWNER TOTAL
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existence of any such helpful Commission. 23 '' '...'. .I ;.; 22 :1. E. Beardsley __. .... _$ 5.36.
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I Imll (Continued from Page 5) 4 .: :1 f.,'' 152 First Bank of Clewiston _____ 29.78 1.i
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) v!>otlHII11ifl J1IIIHlll1l\1r:; *IfI! I'li"II'' '*" lllil ll"'lfI' .iillllll'1' UI"IIIII"I them it is to occur at Thun- ''i; .. .
7 .. '" .t. : 167 J. E. Beardsley, Agent _____ 4.96
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der Mountain unknown : :: Beardsley, Agent 4.91
a place to ; : .
7 2 ti O .,. .. 173 J. E. Baker _____.___._ 4.96
1 most of them. Thunder Mountain, 4 ',\ iI: 17h Ruth R. Beardsley 5.)6!
21 & :22! ;"j;( .t '.. .._' 176 Ruth R. Beardsley _______ 13.90
I they discover, is 8,000 feet in the : .
24 4. ,." 176 Ruth R. Beardsley __.___ 7.91
Bosi primitive fastness of the Colorado 29 & 30 .,e, {;. ,. 17G Mrs. E.' A. Stone __._____._ 7.94
T rely on a Rockies 34 & 35 .1) ....' .. 176 Unknown _._.._____ __ 7.94
and it is as strange as it 36 .';, y'. "' .:; 176 Ruth R. Deardsley ,_ .w., 4.96
i is remote. Upon their arrival! they 17 ., r .. .,... 202 J. A. Schindler _.____ 4.37
y 25 '4-:: : ,t';. 203 Ernest 9. Armstrong .____ 4.96
.:' find even greater reason for curio- 6 .:' 4 y; :" 204 1 A. E. Oliver _______ --_ 4.96
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so elaborate an establishmenton H .',(? :,;;;\r ':: 356 Willlam A. Cahill __ 1.79
top of his mountain that it is 4 \_.L ::, '', -- 358 J. E. Beardsley, Agent _____.. 3.97
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j clear he intends it as a permanent 32 & 33 ;e..,.+ ....'..,.'J_ : 360 O. E. Ganoway ____..____ 7.9.1 '
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y 18 372 C. T. Clark ______ 2.78
y need be.The 13 & 14 '. 377 L. L. Shirley_..__,_______ .__. 31.71
y 15' : 377 R. A. Lllly ______ 4.96
y need is not long in coming 32 & 33 371 Darnell Smith 21.84
y -when an un'forseen incident iso- 15 451 G. E. Etherton ..._______ 37.72
y 12, 13 & 14. 495 Ruth R. Beardsley ___ 34.15
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