The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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System ID: UF00028415:01000
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To Be Ordained June 21 Convention Report


end Elmo John Rogero Jr., S.J., son

ij i OF RECREATIONA of Elmo John and Irene Lopez TO RIDDLE CADETS E. Beardsley whoV attended USSC ACROSS LAKEClarence

Rogero, will be ordained to the the State American Legion Con-

,',; ':',, I Sacred Priesthood by the Most Rev. vention in Jacksonville recently gavea

.;. committee composed of representatives -]I Paul C. Schulte, D.D., Bishop of Brigadier-General T. W. Black- complete report on convention activities R. Bitting, president of

,,:.,r" from each department I Leavenworth, on June 21 in Imma burn, commanding general of the at the regular monthly 'meet the United States Sugar Corporation,

; "i,;,. of the United States Sugar Corporation cula ta Chapel, St. Mary's College, Third Fighter Command of the ing of Clewiston Post No. 93 at the announced iths week that the corporation

-. '' with I. Lee Parker, Sr., as chair- I St. Marys, Kansas. He will offer'his American Army Air Force will pre- Inn Tuesday evening. in a joint venture agree-
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; ': :man has been appointed for the!. first Solemn High Mass on June 25, sent wings and make the graduat- The theme of the convention and ment with the Newport Industries,

>.;' .v purpose of devising ways and means in the Cathedral, St. Augustine, ing address at the graduating exer- most of the planning done was toward 'Inc., of Pensacola, was planting

":," ..,, whereby' existing recreational facilities I Florida, at 10 o'clock a. m. cises for Course 18 at Riddle Field a rehabilitation program for some 1500 acres of ramie along the

: :t., may be used to the best advantage Father Rogero was born in New tomorrow morning (Saturday) at disabled veterans of the present war, West Palm Beach canal near Canal

:y ; of all employees. Smyrna, Florida, January 7, 1908. eleven o'clock. both those 'who are already being Point.

;i a::.: Charles B. Owens has been selected He attended St. Joseph's Academy I Other AAF officials and RAF discharged and those who will be This Important fiber crop which
i ,f.c'', to serve as recreational supervisor Grammar School, and St. Joseph'sand officials are expected to participatein discharged after the close of hos- grows prolifically on the fertile muck

t: iP and will work with the Spring Hill High. the ceremony and an Air Force tilities. The highlight of the con- lands of the Everglades, will be

t; 'f\ -committee to see that all planned He entered the Society of Jesusat band from Buckingham Field will vention, he said, was the talk made processed at a commercial size plant
'1'. 'recreational programs are carried Grand Goteau, ,Louisiana, on play. As is customary on graduation by Governor Spessard L Holland. I to be built nearby. It is understoodthat

', ,out ,to the benefit of all employees. September 2, 1934. Since then he days the exercises will be open New officers, recently elected the latest type decorticating

r .. Individual suggestions from any has pursued ', the regular Jesuit to friends of the cadets in this area. were installed as follows: Frank machines will be set up at this new

?i .: employee will be welcomed by the course of study, taking his philo- This Is the first class which has Conkling, Commander; J. M. Couse, plant.

', ; '..' committee. sophy at Spring Hill Philosophate, had an American Air Force officeras Vice-Commander; J. K. Rogers, Ad- "For some years the sugar corporation

it The first step in this direction and his theology at St. Marys. He its graduating speaker. jutant and Finance Officer; N. V. S. has been conducting agri-

J'; : :,,' was the opening of the bowling 'taught for one year at Jesuit High j I Mumford, Chaplain; O. A. Jones, cultural studies in connection with

1"" : alleys last night and as soon as possible School, New Orleans, 194041.Rt. Historian; G. B. Thomas, retiring this valuable fiber crop and at the '

.:; > '. teams will be formed for regular Rev. :Msgr. Wm. J. Mullallywill OFFICIAL MINUTESOF I Commander, SergeantatArms.R. same time Newport Industries has

Y', tournament play. Nights for be assistant priest and Rt. Rev. N. Miller announced that leg been studying how best to pro-

"&:. ;such tournament play have not yet Msgr. P. J.' :McGill will deliver the ionnaires In LaBelle were making cess and market the crop," Bitting

,., been named but on these nights play sermon at his first Solemn High JUNE MEETINGOF plans to form a new post there and said. ,

$.v will be necessarily restricted to Mass. Rev. Francis J. Finneganwill various members expressed them- "It was but a natural sequence

'& members of teams scheduled to play be deacon, and Rev. John A. selves as being sympathetic toward, that these two Florida enterprises

l: ', from 8:00 until the close of the Cotter subdeacon. The master of COUNTY ;BOARDEd. this move and assuring heartiest should join their efforts to develop

; ri; matches. On all other nights employees ceremonies will be Rev. Lamar G. cooperation in making ,the post a a new crop which may well mean

;: v ', will be permitted to play Genovar.A success. the employment of thousands of per-

v. son a first come, first play basis reception in honor of Father Note: For the first time in i W. C. Owen called attention to sons and thousands of acres. The

,- i/ with a limit of two lines per per- Rogero will be given at The'Ca- many years, perhaps in the historyof Flag Day which was to be observed agricultural activities will be directed -

;' ; -son if there are a number present tholic Daughters' Home, King St., the county, the official. minutes the following day, and gave by the sugar corporation and the I r

; wishing to use the alleys. The St. Augustine, on Sunday, June 25, of a meeting 0the board of a brief talk on the history ,of the processing activities will be under !

;3.. alleys will be open on Tuesday, from three till five o'clock. county commissioners are being flag and the forms of respect due it. the direction of Newport," Bitting

Thursday, Friday and Saturday Father Rogero was for three published this month in both of the There was a', fair attendance ofmi explained. 1

1 from 6:30 p. m. to 11:00 p. m., on (Continued on Page 8) county newspapers, the Clewis members at the meeting. "Ramie is one of the finest I

I b f:' "Wednesday from; 2:00 p. m.. to 10:00 News and the Hendry County News, -- natural fibers and is adapted to

,t.! }). m. and! on Sunday from 1:00: p. in LaBelle. Should reaction to this many ,uses in various fields of en I'

r m. to 6:00 p. m. It will not be PROPERTY ACQUIREDAS publication meet with public favor s LT. WARD'S LETTERS terprise. The utilization of byproducts

::1 :;, opened at all on Mondays. it is probable that the minutes will will, of course, be given the
; be published each month in the future same thorough consideration that is I
-A dance has also been scheduled -
':, : :.' for tomorrow (Saturday) night SITE FOR NEW so that every citizen will haw TELL OF ACTIVITIESIN now given to by-products of other i
' : an opportunity to know the exact crops in the Everglades. I
;L music to be furnished either by a
'{ local orchestra or by an automatic nature of the business which the "With ,successful development of ,';

; t coin phonograph. Each employee EPISCOPAL CHURCH board is conducting.) 'GERMAN CAMPMrs. mechanical methods in both the !
culture and I
processing 'of this
. hill be permitted to bring one guest I crop
'" Minute nne 6 1944 it is' 'po'ssible that entirely, new mar
and only one to the dance_ and there I
';"''''"are to be"no eeptvun *fi"'ilds rulel I St- Martins Epjsropa' j1hurch recently the -Board "of T County Commissioners Edwin _0., Ward, who has!' recently ket' of"vast potentialities will. be 'r'{
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/ purchased'a piece, : of returned opened; Bitting declared.
of Heiidry. to Clewiston after
-' b l : 'New. membership cards' are being prop- County, Florida) :
ii; erty here from the Clewiston convened in regular session at the spending seveial 'months with rela- The growth of ramie in South
,;...to, (h:, Issued this ,week and old ones have I
Realty & Development tives in Gainesville the Florida has long been considered '
: ; \. been ruled, out of date. : Corporation Court House in LaBelle, ;Florida on brought to
':;. Requests for the use of the Rec- ,which will serve as the site for'new a Tuesday, June 6, 1944, with the News office this morning several one of the best potential crops for I
reation Center,' .for any purpose church building which will be following members present: Chair- letters which she had received dur- the area because the fibers which it

.; .. whatsoever, must, in the future, be erected as soon as priorities for ma- man J. O. Davidson, G. E. Ether- ing this period from her husband, produces are the strongest yet discovered i

.: submitted to the committee in writing terials have been obtained. ton, George L.- Poole; A. J. Evers Lt. Edwin O. Ward, who is a prisoner by man for use in the manu' I

and the committee will review The property is located just west and Asa Townsend together with of war in, a German Prison Campin facture of textiles. It can either be

'r these requests at regular meeting of the City HaIl- and has 135 foot H. A. Rider, Attorney and WilliamT. the Polish Corridor.Lt. used alone in the weaving of clothor

days which will probably held frontage on Pacific Avenue and Hull, Clerk. Ward acknowledged receipt of pan easily be blended with cot-

each week. 130' feet on Pasadena and propertyis Mr. Ben Cross appeared before the Christmas cards from Mr. and Mrs. ton, rayon, or any other fiber to

also available for a' parish house Board with a request that a road be Keathley Bowden, Ruth and Walker make beautiful and long-wearing
Members of the committee are:
? which will possibly be erected after opened up to Section 23, TP. 43, Nail, Mary K. Markette, Emmett materials. While several efforts
I. Lee Parker Sr. chairman Mrs.
? y ; the completion of the church. Range 29. After discussion Mr. Shelley, Foy and Bonnie Durrence, have been made to grow and process
} Edgar Johnson, Mrs. J. T. Paul and
Plans for the new church have Cross was advised that this best be Mrs F. D. Duff, Mary, and Eddie ramie! in the 'glades the decorticating -
: Mrs. Laura Vadasz of the Commissary -
been completed by L. Phillips done by petition to the Board Markette and James Willis Moore.' of the fibers has been the great
r Department Dr. C: E. Gericke,
= ; Clarke, West Palm Beach archi- Motion by Townsend seconded by He said that he very much appreciated problem.. Scientific experimentationof
1' Research Department Mrs. W. A. '
; tect who donated his full time for Evers that the county rent from Joe these cards and particularly the past few years leads to the _
Davis, Clewiston Realty and Development -
drawing the plans, charging only for Dougherty his dragline at a rentalof the notes written on the cards. belief that this problem is pretty
:9 Mrs. Thos.
; the, time of draftsmen. $550.00 per month with the In regard to Christmas Lt.' 'Ward well overcome. t
E. Markette and Miss Evadene
Tentative plans call for a church county paying all operating cost said that they had excellent services F. EJ, Bryant, vice-president in
Moree Office E. C. Mills and
; of brick construction of the Spanish including cable and Mr. Doughertyto both Christmas, Eve and charge of agricultural operations for
; ;' 'W. A. Montgomery, Plantation Ma Mission type. The entrance pay for all repairs, the machineto Christmas Day ands everything con- the U. S. S. C. in the Eastern Di-

chine Shops; M. A. Thomas and will be on the south side. be used in cleaning\ out the ditch h sidered a very nice holiday.: Red vision, has raised ramie as a hobby
"Henry Lutes, Sugar House E. W.
; south and east of LaBelle. Motion Cross gift boxes were a Godsend and for many years at his own private .
McLeod and T. L. Driggers, Plan
Fire carried. they enjoyed an excellent Christy experimental gardens at Canal Point
Alarm AnsweredOn
tations, C.: C. Klutts, Timekeepers. and '
Motion by Townsend (Seconded b mas dinner from,.the contents of has been very enthusiastic over
---- Tuesday MorningA Etherton, called and carried that the these boxes. its possibilities. He is in charge rA

Mess Hall, For Starch I I: Clerk deposit Racing Commission The boys in the camp have organized of planting operations now on the
l large acreage In the Eastern Divis-
and Cigarette Tax recently
:Mill To Open ShortlyA fire alarm was sounded about a very good orchestra and ion.
: received as follows: derive much pleasure from it. Each s.
ten o'clock Tuesday morning and ,
General Revenue Fund ....$10,000.00
Monday night of the boys givesa
was answered by the volunteer fire I one
A mess hall to serve the white department on West Ventura ''Street I Fine & Forfeiture Fund. 3,000.00 talk on some subject and at the Flag Day Observed f

employees on the starch mill project I Road and Bridge Fund .. 16,614.27Gades time he wrote that letter he was
but the blaze had been I
=,i located in the first and largest by quick work with a garden extinguished hose County CourthouseInt. scheduled to talk on "Sugar In the At Kiwanis Meeting''

of the temporary buildings located before the truck's arrival. & Sink.' Fund Everglades." He said that on this l:
'',, just east of the Barracks, is expected The fire No.2' ...._........._.........:... 1,068.40 subject he was probably prejudicedand The observance of Flag Day was # '
started from a kerosene hot water I
to open on or about the 26th of Motion by Etherton seconded by would sound like a' representative the theme of the regular Wednesday i;
heater in built-on heating
a room.
''r June and the management is hope- Volunteer fire fighters Evers that the First Bank of Clew- : from the Chamber of Commerce. night meeting of the Kiwanis f;
ful that farmers in the area will are requesting ston, Clewiston, Florida, be des- Club at the Inn. ,
that those reporting fires A prison exchange had been or-
contact them when they have fresh ignated as County Depository; for An informal quiz was conducted ;
take time to give a more definite ganized which permitted boys who
1 ;, vegetables or produce for sale. the ensuing year. Motion carried by N. V. S. Mumford which brought ;
location than the street on which received articles for which they had
s The twelve double barracks Motion by Etheiton seconded by out many interesting and worth :;:
the blaze occurs. no use to exchange them for some-
buildings which are scheduled to Townsend that tjie Board meet as a thing of more value. Ed is keep- while facts about the origin au- '

accommodate twenty-four men e chare ,Board of Equalization for the pur- thorization, uses and forms of respect \,
ing books and
: for this exchange
;; almost completed and .some of Jo Ann Long Wins pose of equalizing the 1944 tax roll says it's much like home when he duo the flag. ::1

addition on Monday, July 3rd 1944, and Suggestions were made by members
;C them are being occupied. In balances his books 'at the close of
Lykes ScholarshipMiss
. to these there will be five that the proper notice be run. Mo- the month. as to the type of programs de- ,
'1' cottages built for officials and their tion carried. ; i f sired in ,the future. ,

" families and three more single bar- Jo Ann Long, a member of Motion by Townsend seconded Two hour walks- are permittedonce L. G. Fernandez was a guest at ::;

{ racks. A large force of electriciansis the 1944 graduating class of Clew by Etherton that the bills be ap- a week 'into the surroundingcountry the meeting. :j
and these walks Ed said :
expected to move. into the quar- iston High School and the daughterof proved and paid as read with the .
,; ters next week. Mr. and Mrs. F. Carl Long, was exception of the bill from J. B. do much to relieve the monotonyof Sgt. Waldron Injured g i
prison life. They got in a little t ;
awarded the Lykes Bros scholar Parker, Inc. Motion carried.

'. Boy Scouts Off To ship for Hendry County it was announced Chairman Davidson and Commissioner winter ice skating, which, too incidently, during the was past de- Seriously In' Italy l
last week. The examination

Camp Flying Eagle was taken sometime In April, been advised Poole reported by: Mr. Jimmie that they,.Allen had, while scribed Ed'as said a very he :spent mild very one,little and Relatives in Clewiston were

a competitive test open to all sen I notified in J
-- District Engineer for the State time on his feet did have a good a telegram from the War
of the iors.The Road Department that the double time. Department Tuesday morning that
A number oL Boy Scouts
scholarship provides $500 i a drive in Clewiston had long since Sgt. Roy Waldron, for several years
Lewiston troop lent Wednesday to f Softball teams, have been or- manager of the Benbow Commis- 1
year scholarship ,any college o been approved and the same would
at Flyin
week's stay Camp ; ganized
'_ two
a among the prisoners and sary for the
., of the winner's ,choosing: Miss igbe| constructed just as soon as material United States Sugar
Eagle, the official summer camp, Ed is playing shortstop on the team Corporation I
before entering the
'I.' the Sunny Land Council near Braden- plans to enter Florida State Colleg were released.Commissioners" which is currently in top place. service ,
was seriously injured In an
3 3, ton. Scoutmaster A. H. King will for Women in Tallahassee and will Evers'and} Poole Each man is also,'permitted a small/ engagement in Italy on May 26. No
the boys over the weekend.Those were appointed as a: committee to ten-foot
join major in chemistry.The square garden space in other details are yet known.
attending the camp are: attend the' State Association of .which they can grow anything they Sgt. Waldron gunner
!) winner in Glades County was was a on a
Commissioners [ at
Charles Miner, Bobby Berner, Billy County meeting choose. In his space lie, is raising tank and it is presumed' that he wasInjUl'ed
Miss Alice Hendrix and in Highlands Jacksonville June 2223. '
and Anthony: Toulis, "Eddie Conk- cucumbers, tomatoes radishes, In the heavy fighting at
ling and Volney Robbing.. I Miss Rosalind McRae., (,Continued, Page 10) (Continued on Page 10) the Beginning of the push on Rome.

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Visit Sometimes I wish 1 h-a.d. !
MfOGQ'QOUQLbttffrrJ Wallace Improves
"... farm .,:';1

With trees and fields

Sino-American Relations iWNUSt.." ,, and grazing Flocks. _'

The Private Then 1 pretend: I'm
Washington, D. C. Papers of a
Cub Reporter: very JtiQtei4" .

STASSEN-DEWEY HITCH? DOUBLE Chinese. Officials Build Hopes on Vice Presi- It is supposed to have happened And living! in t

Very quiet moves have been dent's 'Trip; True Economic Plight of A during Churchill's last visit. ovr window ,
youthful War Dep't aide
launched recently by the Dewey and was box.
Stassen forces to get together in ad- Country Known Only Recently. rushed over to 1600 Pennsylvania' : afti'cAhn
vance of the Chicago convention.The Avenue one hot Sunday dawn with !

approach was made througha ... confidential news of military impor
close friend of Governor Stassen tance for the President. .Thoughthe
who came to see Governor Deweythe I By BAUKHAGENews I hour was terribly early, he was

other day and suggested that Analyst and Commentator. brought to FDR's bedside. The *-> .
for President listened and then orderedthe
couldn't outright
while he speak
WNU Service Union Trust Building circulating stories no matter how
Stassen, the Stassen forces might be young officer rushed to the Prime WNU Features.
Washington, D. C. true they might be. Minister.
willing to get on the Dewey band-
wagon if Stassen could be assuredof Ever since the day when Americaas Finally, however the truth cameto Breathlessly, he retold the news tc

the No. 2 spot on the Republicanticket. a nation was just a little over be more and more widely disseminated Churchill: whose huge, round face
eight years old, and the first Yankee and the papers and was all he could see imbedded in CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

Dewey replied that he had pre- merchantman, flying the brand new magazines were filled with stories four or five pillows. The celebrated

ferred Governor Warren of Califor- stars and stripes, was welcomed in from writers returning to Americaand cigar smouldering in the semi-dark.

nia, but he would certainly be gladto Canton harbor, the story of Chinese- freed from the bond of censor- ness. The officer ended his mes

consider Stassen for vice presi- American relations has been the ship. To some degree, the Chinesenow sage and stood at attention, waiting HELP WANTED \

dent providing, of course, the Minnesota story of a long and beautiful.friend realize that too much censor- tensely for Churchill's answer. .
ship has hurt them.
governor withdrew from the ship. The Britisher kept focused on the WANTED: SHOP FOREMAN who pan cut

race for President in advance.It Recently, however, there has been Threatened With Collapse youth 'and then softly growled. stone and shop.supervise Good pay work, permanent in small monument job. ..

was left that Stassen's friend considerable concern among the ; "Are you the young man who took Also two stonecutters. Georgia-Alabama .
would write to him asking him cate- friends of China in Washington over i Personally I think this publicity my daughter out last night?" Marble & Granite Co., Opelllta, Alabama. I

gorically whether he would with- the growing strain in those rela- I has served to help rather than hurt. "Yes, sir," gulped the astonished

draw from the presidential race if tions which seemed gradually to be In any case, the time came when fellow. INSTRUCTIONSELECTRIC "

given the No. 2 place on the ticket, reaching a dangerous tension after something had to be done. China "I'd like you to understand," OUTBOARD MOTORS
and also whether his forces would seven years of war in which China was threatened with collapse rightat said Mr. Churchill, "that my daughter built from available parts with our can 7 page be
cooperate to nominate Dewey. has looked vainly to America for the moment when bases within Is not accustomed to staying out working structions.drawings Price $1.00.and step-by-step in

There has not been time as yet to the aid that was not forthcoming.Now her territory were becoming vital in until 3 in the morning!" Z SILVER CREEK. PRECISION CORP.

receive a reply. two things have happened the final assault on Japan.A And then, getting out of bed in his Mechanlo St. Silver Creek N. Y.

What the Dewey forces 'want to which have considerably eased the courtesy visit from a high official white sack-like nightgown, Eng-

prevent is any remote chance of a strain, and these two nations who became not only a wise move land's Commander-in-Chief, cigar WANTED 3

deadlock at Chicago which might need each other so much and be- but a necessity, and there are between his teeth, strode off hur- WANTED: OLD MODEL 1909-1914 Stan-
swing the nomination to Stassen, tween whom such a reservoir of reasons, not immediately evident on riedly down the White House corri- ley Steam Automobile. Do you ]know of

Justice Owen D. Roberts or to Will- good will, as Willkie called it, has the surface, why Vice President dors in his nightie. 712 one Federal in your locality Street?Chicago L. C. PARTRIDGE.b. 111. .

kie. While they have so many dele- been built up, are both breathing Wallace's trip may do much to alle-
gates they don't believe there is easier. viate China's difficulties.In Over at the British Embassy they

much chance of this. Nevertheless, One thing is the turn of the tide the first place, whatever you enjoy telling the one about the pairof -Buy War Savings Bonds-

they know that Pennsylvania's Joe of battle in Burma for which muchof may think of the views expressedby Gurkhas (noted as India's bravest

Pew has been hoping for a deadlock the credit may be given to "Uncle Vice President Wallace or how tribe) who volunteered for the In- Find Help For Itch

which would throw the conventionto Joe" Stilwell as leader of the well you think you understand them, dian Army's sky-troops. They asked
Justice Roberts. Chinese-American forces. The otheris the Chinese believe first, that he the British officer: "From what of Simple Skin RashesWhen

NOTE-Friends of Roosevelt are the visit of Vice President Wal- symbolizes the traditional friendshipof height are we supposed to jump?" torturing itch of simple skin rashes
stings and
frank in admitting they would much lace to Generalissimo Chiang Kai- America for China; and second, "Five hundred feet," they were in- Mexsana the smarts soothing, get,quick medicated relief pow with

rather have Dewey as an opponentthan shek. that he understands their problems. formed. der with ingredients often used by many ...+

Roberts. The Supreme court Today, Chinese officials are build- Then there is another vital factor "Nothing doing," one complained, skin epecialista. Sprinkle on tender irritated l' ,
and enjoy cooling, soothing relief.
has cooperated with the ing high hopes that visit. They "that's too high. Cahn't we try
justice on important from the standpoint of the Big supply costs little. Get Measana.There's .
at Pearl Harbor, has an from 300 feet old "
believe that when the vice president morale of the Chinese people and chep?
even better record than Dewey's in "No said the officer "from
returns, he will be able'to stimu- their support of the present govern- ,
breaking up graft as prosecutor of late an understanding in America of ment, Mr. Wallace is the second such a low height there is great [Millions have used

the Teapot Dome scandals, is tall, what they consider China's great- highest officer of our government.Face danger the parachute won't open in
handsome, a powerful, brilliant time."
est affliction-economic chaos.
counts high in the Far East.
speaker. However, GOP diehards Nobody claims that China's This official visit will give face to "You mean," they exclaimed,
consider ,him too much in favor of "That "
we get parachutes?
troubles are limited to her economic the Chungking government.:
international cooperation.. situation. Some observers would put It is clear that these factors are Relieves pain and soreness;
even the war, which is bad enough, psychological and the intelligent Albuquerque, this ageless gag
is fond reason why PAZO ointment
SEVENCOMEELEVENMaybe convulsing the citizens. About the
second to political dissention which Chinese, who are exceedingly wise has been used by so many millions I..
war leaders are superstitious has only been prevented from outbreak in such matters, realize that. fact, New ;York go-getter, who spotted an or sufferers from simple files First.
or maybe there is somethingto iron hand. But the and count it Indian 'chief lazying near his tepee. PAZO ointment soothes inflamed areas
by an thing upon highly. relieves pain and itch in!!. Second.
the old seven-come-eleven sys- that the Chinese government thinks They feel, too, (from a more .' "Why don't you," asked the PAZO ointment lubricates hardened
tem for shaking the dice. Anyway stranger, "get yourself a job in a dried parls-hclps prevent cracking and
would ,do the most good right now is practical standpoint) that the Wal- soreness. Third. PAZO ointment tends
Stanley Arnold of Cleveland has consumer goods: medical suppliesand lace visit will tend to increase defense plant?" ."Why?" gruntedthe to reduce swelling and check bleeding.
worked Indian. "Oh New Fourth it's easy to use. PAZO ointment's -
out a calendar of the war said the
essential chemicals American
first; then public interest in China perforated Pile Pipe makes application -
showing that every significant event probably clothing next and on down and her troubles and will facilitatethe Yorker, "if you work hard and save simple thorough. Your doctorcan
has happened on either the seventhor your money you would soon have a tell you about PAZO ointment.DON'T .
the: line, including all the things one efforts on the part of their diplo-
eleventh of the month. Here is bank account. Wouldn't you like
needs to carry on civilized existencein mats to receive the goods they "
the calendar: that?
its simplest way. want.
Pearl Harbor .........Dec. 7, 1941 The Injun intoned: "Why?"
Declaration of war on The Chinese don't quite agree with Hopeful Tinge' "Oh, fergoodnessakes," said the
Germany and.Italy.Dec.11,1941Fall the way we use 'inflation to describe bore.."With LET
of Guam..........Dec. 11, 1911 their; internal situation although That is the reason that almost exasperated a big
Fall of Wake..........Dec. 11, 1941 I overnight, the atmosphere surrounding account you could retire. And never CONSTIPATIONSLOW
printing has been put
press money "
Invasion of work
11,1942 more.
Sino-America contacts in Wash- YOU UP _
Fall of Corregidor..May 7, 1942 into circulation to the tune of millions "Me," said the chief waddling 4
Invasion of Kiska....June 7, 1942 of dollars and that Chinese ington has taken on a more hopeful 0 When bowels are sluggish an4 you
Invasion of Guadalcanal Aug.! 7, 1942 financial resources have been tinge. And the optimism of the away, "not working now. feel irritable, headachy, do as millions '
Invasion of No. Africa..Nov. 7, 1942 scraped to the bone. Chinese has been greatly helped by do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern
Invasion of chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
unoccupied Sally in Our Alley In Reuben'slast
France .....?......Nov. 11,1942 the success of the Chinese troops FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed,
Retaking of Tunis and The True Story fighting under General Stilwell and night a pair of stage veterans taking only in accordance with package

Bizerte ..............May 1, 1943 One Chinese official said to me: the Chinese offensive moving out of recalled when John Barrymore was directions -sleep without being dis-
Retaking of Attu......May 11, 1943 "If China toward a. contact with Stilwell's going through the soul torment of turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
Fall of Pantelleria....June 11, 1943 only we could get a bare 3,000 Hamlet when he thought he detecteda relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
tons of goods a month from the out- army. FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
finally Mr. Arnold
points out that small riot in the second .
the side, to be *sold at prices controlledby This military operation too, will row. and economical.A generous family supplyFEENA.MINT
recent renewed attack
on Italy Looking down he Jane Cowl
saw ,
the government, it would makeall be more than a mere military victory -
started 11
May at 11
p. m. the difference in the world. if it is successful. Again, the the star, carrying on an animatsd cOioWIuJSu *
conversation with all around her for
Twenty big cargo planes making psychological element is important.
BREWSTER AXED regular trips would be enough to Success in Burma means the junc- four rows back. ; Gritting his
The navy has decided that the carry it. ture of the Ledo and Burma roads. molars, Barrymore went through the
controversial Brewster Aeronautical show, but when he was called on ?
There miles of road / t
are many con-
corporation will be the first to feel "You can buy a bottle of aspirinfor struction to be completed before the for bows at the end, he intoned: "I
. the axe of discontinued war produc 50 cents in this country, he would like to thank all you gracious FOR MIIOK ACRES AID PAIlS OFtri.p
two highways are actually carrying
, ;:, tjon. went on. "When we can get any RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
people for your applause. ,And also
them but ,
\ heavy over never-
in China
This is good news for the aspirin a single tablet thank Miss Jane Cowl sitting right ,
theless when joined
that much. they are a
costs But the is
in down for with
that there
country it means that severed artery will be mended, a 4 co-starring
not so important. If we could get "
losses of !
;, war airplanes are less me
wound will be healed. The moment
than aspirin, (that is just an example)
expected and that the navy the first allied work trucks begin to
if had to
even we set of
a price ,
will not say
need so many replace- thread their along this highwayover New Yorkers Are Talking About:
five cents a tablet it would
," ments. Actually our losses in unobstructed route from and The mad between Hildegarde and
: the Pacific have been about 50 our purpose. We are willing to to the outside world, it will be as Jacqueline Susann, who lit a matchat f,
cent less than stabilize prices, even if they must '
per estimated. the Persian ijoom during thesinger's
Also be at a high level, but we cannot if fresh air were once more reach- Large BottleU wefts toiam)'!!!!-Small Size 60c
; news is extremely bre'ath.When blackout number. The
inflation unless ing lungs strangling for X-CAOTIOR: IJE OUT as DIIECU0
is; significant for the airplane industry stop we" have the highways fastest sell-out in Harper's history. IT 111 GOOD DRUG STORES tr BT MAIL ID ticeipl il'rice
the two
goods to sell. are
". because Brewster will consumer Because of the article on Gov. HcREIl 0116 CO., JACISOIIIltE 4. flORIDA
be the first big'pla e company For a long time, the seriousnessof actually joined, they will soon be in Dewey. Socialite Rusty Hatch,

... to be turned loose on its own to China's financial situation has operation, for much American tech- who celebrated his second divorce

.'. manufacture commercial planesif been known; the hardships the nical engineering skill has been last Friday. ,He's proposed to his WNU-7 23-44

:: it can get priorities. If it white collar class, the professional spent on the Burma road within third heart-attack. Gloria King's

'f'. .' can't get them, it will have to people's suffering; the lack of food China and its carrying capacitywill thrushing in the Park Central

fold. !and shoes and cartridges (to say be greatly increased.The Lounge. Martin Dies' state-

The Chance Vought company also nothing of artillery) for the army; arrival of the first truck-borne ment that "no man is indispen-

'i making Corsairs (the same type of but it is only recently that detailed piece of freight and the handclaspof sable." Martin said it after he c

plane Brewster), will continue stories have been widely printedand the Generalissimo and Vice Presi- had seven terms. The lovely May Warn of Disordered
operation, largely because they open discussion has taken place dent Wallace will be more than a model in the uniform of the Kidney Action
were the chief pioneers of Corsairs. here. political gesture, it will be a renewalof Femarines. An Elizabeth Arden
Modern life with its hurry and ,
Also, the Goodyear company will There were two reasons for the the friendship which has meantso advert in windows. The wayF. Irregular habits, improper eating and

continue, they being about to starton brake on revealing to America internal much to China for more than a P. A. was and prob'ly will be drinking-its-throws risk heavy of strain exposure on and the infection workof -

a big new navy plane. conditions in China. In the century and a half. the only one to flaunt an FDR buttonin the kidneys. They are apt to become

But the Brewster company will first, place, the Chinese did not wish the Republican-infested sector and over-taxed other Impurities and fail to from filter the excess life-giving acid _.

now have to fight either for new their situation to be any more BRIEFS : near Westport. Mary Nolan blood.

war contracts or else for prioritiesfor widely known than necessary, and A large number of Dutchmen are (Imogene Wilson, ex-Follies girl) be- headache You may, dizziness suffer,nagging getting! up backache nights

commercial planes. It. will be for that reason, Chungking clamped living and training with American ing so ill and in sour luck again on leg pains swelling-feel constantly

an uphill fight. ;down a wall of censorship on all marines in camps throughout the the' Coast. The $25 round trip tired kidney,nervous or bladder,all worn disorder out. Other are sometimes signsof -

t NOTE-The Brewster plant near news originating there.In United States. These men are under- fare charged by many cabbies to burning! scanty or too frequent

! ,.;: Philadelphia, built with U. S. gov- the second place Americans going the same training given the the Belmont track. The theftof urination.Try Doan't Pill Doan'g help the .
\, ernment funds, will be taken over familiar with the facts-and this applies American marines and wear the night club files which are offered kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
';, \ by the navy and will work on "modification"in to many writers as wellas American uniform but with the back for a stiff fee. The big idea is waste.century They of public have approval.had moro Are than recom-halt a

:.,, other words, planes America's government officials Royal Netherlands insignia on collar to permit beating the OPA ruling one mended by grateful users everywhere.
t'J that need minor changes. The other friendly in China-did not wish to be and cap. raising ,prices. Fred Allen's retort Alfc- your neighbor
Brewster plants around New in the position of perhaps damaging to a heckler: "People who keep

i :" York will finish up what they are the morale of a loyal ally and certainly India has the largest volunteer their mouths shut never show their

: working' on and.. then fold. : offending her government by army in the world-2,000,000 men. ignorance or false teeth!"
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-'- Released by Western Newspaper Union. The Questions 7. What is meant by the "dol-

/ J drums"?
;, am' e 8 1. How does the size of Alaska
nn Lesson for June 18 compare with the size of Texas? The Answers

2. Arlington National Shrine was 1. Alaska is twice as large.
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se-
originally part of the estate of
lected and copyrighted by International 2. Gen. Robert E. Lee. .
Wedding Bells Council permission.of Religious Education. ; used by what prominent American? 3. Don Quixote

Lynn Says 3. What well-known character in 4. To avoid any distinction of

Bring Out Brides, A GOOD SOLDIER OF fiction tilted at windmills? rank. "
The Bride's Day: She's the cen- CHRIST JESUS 4. Why did King Arthur's 5. Yes. Union soldiers in the

. < Beauty and GayetyBride's ter of attraction. Let everythingwork knights sit at a round table? field during t ,the Civil war were
toward that end. LESSON 2:1-4. 8.12 5. Was absentee voting be-
TEXT H Timothy ; ever permitted to vote.
; Flowers and linens for wedding 158. fore permitted to soldiers of the 6. Newfoundland.
c t w.e : e repast are white. When there is GOLDEN TEXT-Suffer hardship with me- United States? 7. Those tropical
zones of the
as a good soldier of Christ Jesus.-ll Timothy
a wedding cake let it be the primary 2:3. 0 '' 6. Off what shores are the ocean where calms or baffling

decoration-in the center of Grand Banks? winds prevail, a becalmed state.
the table. "A wealthof
good soldier"-what a
meaning there is in that simple
Buffet Breakfast. phrase. We think of our own home- Inebriate Soon Sized Up EASES MINOR BURNSOROLINE Sc

Minted Grapefruit Juice town boys who have distinguished Situation and Lent HandA M 7
Chicken Pot Pie themselves in the service of their s

Olives Celery Curls Sweet Pickles country, who have proved again that WHITE PETROLEUM JELLYLIflflTENi.rk

,,. Finger Rolls there is that in American life whichcan grave digger was hard at
.J> Wedding Cake Ice Cream meet a crisis and do it well. work. As he shoveled each spadeful -

\ Coffee "A good soldier of Jesus Christ"is of earth he became more and

Chicken Pot Pic. an even more significant phrase, more absorbed in his thoughts
speaking of that fine loyalty and devotion and before he knew it he had TANNED IID -
I (Serves 4) DARK 1111W ,
; 2/ tablespoons quick-cooking which Christians of all ages, dug the grave so deep he couldn'tget Dr. FRED Palm.r'a Skin r
I : and to out.Came. Whltn.rllghtcng and brlghteru !: f
tapioca yes, of our day, are giving rough,blotchy,tanned-derkIdo '
teaspoon salt the ,Captain of our salvation our nightfall and the evening (externally caused). Use 7 days ,"
\ LAL: : iL' Dash of pepper Commander-in-Chief in the great chill, his predicament became If Dot at drug satisfied store MONEY*. FREE Sample.BACK.25e SS' y

Dash of paprika spiritual warfare going on in all the more and more uncomfortable. He typt Send Sc O.postage Box 264. to Atlaata.GeorgiaDR. GALENOL. :i

Shower Cake is a delicate 2 cups cooked, diced chicken earth.In shouted for help and at last at- FRED PALMER'S .'>>r
angel food frosted prettily with fresh VA cups milk or chicken stock our lesson we note that the tracted the attention of a drunk. SKIN WHITENER S

J strawberry icing, garnished with 2 tablespoons melted butter. soldier is- "Get me out of here," he

" ?, whole berries. 6 to 8. unbaked baking powder I. Obedient ((2:1: 2). shouted, "I'm cold."

:. Here comes the bride! There's biscuits There is something to be done, The drunk looked into the grave
,,: nothing so rare as a day in June, Combine tapioca with remaining and the soldier is enlisted for the from which he heard the voice,

tt', nothing so glam- ingredients in order given. Turn purpose of doing it. In the case of and finally distinguished the formof

.?: orous as a wed- into greased cas- the Christian soldier, it is to see that the uncomfortable grave digger.

ding. Even in serole and bakein l-ems the gospel message which he has "No wonder," he said, kicking a

these days*of furlough hot oven ((425 received is passed on to others. little dirt into the grave, "ya

brides degrees), stirring Personal work is God's method, haven't got any dirt on ya."
twice during first
quick-as-a-wink one man telling another, and an-
10 minutes of
weddings, every- : / t Place biscuits
," thing is made as r t ., baking. continuous matter, not just now and -
Ct; .'. nice as possible on top of then, and each one is in turn to be- KNOW YOUR FOODS.
chicken mixture BellPROHIBI
. by
J : for this is the come a soul-winner. Mary
return to oven t .
1 happiest day of her life. and bake 12 to 15 Why,. then, has the entire world

? ;: ,. .. Bride's Shower Menu. minutes longer until biscuits are not been long.since completely evan- !
I (: ,' Molded Fruit Salad. browned. gelized? Because we who are Chris-

:: i" ,' Tiny Cream Cheese Brown Bread Light Reception. tians are not all obedient soldiers of COFFH.I
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Christ.II. .
, .: Sandwiches Chicken Sandwiches LITER

\ }.':.:, Tiny Ham Sandwiches Lettuce Sandwiches Loyal (2:3, 4). I
,-1 ( '' Bride's Shower Cake Salted Nuts No soldier can serve well with a j M4RGARINE
"Ii :
''''_ Coffee Wedding Cake Coffee or Punch divided loyalty. He cannot be run- y I

.J" :: ,: ", Molded Fruit Salad. Wedding Cake. ning a business back home, or takingon FRLfH Fl/Uff.fl TUM I. I II
outside interests to divert his
>:' .':: (Serves 6 to 8)) I
1/ cups butter or other shortening attention. Being an efficient and 1
,.. :
" .:. 1 tablespoon gelatin 3' cups sugar useful soldier is his first. and only i
:.w: ,).. \, 2 tablespoons cold water. 6 cups cake flour business. OF OUR MOST VALUABLE
{ ,l/2 boiling water '13 FOODS WIDELY USED TODAY WERE
cup tablespoons baking powder The soldier for Christ must'pleasethe ,
\\' cup lemon'juice 1/ 'teaspoons salt Lord, ,even though it involve AT ONE TIME LITTLE USED BECAUSE :

2 tablespoons sugar 2 cups milkteaspoon bearing "hardness." It is no soft OF SOCIAL TABOO. PROMINENT EXAMPLES I II I
.,' teaspoon salt
Vz vanilla extract and easy business to be a soldier. ARE LIVER,COFFEE, MARGARINE, /f 'I
Vz cup orange segments 1 teaspoon almond extract
r "Blood, sweat and tears" are the FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, 1I 1I I
; ? % cup seedless grapes 9 egg whitesThoroughly
order of the day. Shall we not do PARTICULARLY TOMATOES. I
l/2 cup red cherries
cream sugar and
as much for our Lord?
Vi cup black cherries shortening. Sift together flour, bak- j
Soak gelatin in cold water and dissolve -. ing powder and,salt 3 times. Add III. Prepared (2:8-12): .

in hot water. Add lemon juice, alternately with milk, vanilla and Training is of highest importancefor
sugar and salt. When mixture be- almond extract, beating after each a soldier. He must know whatto

gins to harden, fold in fruit. Pour addition. Beat. egg whites,.stiff but do, and why he is doing it. He
into mold and chill. Serve on let- not dry and fold in. Place batter ip" I must understand the reason for obedience -

tuce with salad dressing into which 3 round, paper-lined tins, 10%, 8V and the purpose of the war- (
whipped cream or chilled evaporated and 6 inches in diameter. Bake hi fare. In other words, he must be a l t

milk has been added. moderate. (375-degree) oven, 25 to disciplined man, prepared to serve if! 1 I h'

Bride's Shower Cake. 30 minutes. Cool and put together effectively.The .
with frosting. Frost cake at once.A soldier for the Lord is to "re-
i- V/2 cups egg whites (12 whites) member Jesus Christ," his resur-

14 teaspoon salt rected Lord and victorious Com-

1 teaspoon cream of tartar mander. He knows for whom and

V/2 cups sugar under whom he fights.He THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS OF

1 teaspoon cup sifted almond'extractf' cake flour also knows (vv. 10, 11) that WOMEN WHO ONCE WERE PREJUFAMED AS A DELICIOUS SPREAD,

- J4 teaspoon vanilla the message he bears is God's Word, DICED AGAINST MARGARINE NOWVU'MAJD IS ALSO USED BY GOOD p
and will succeed even though the USE NV'MAID. A *.TABLEGRADE"COOKS t
Place egg whites into large bowl, bearer of it suffer and die. He is MARGARINE NOTED FOR ITS MILD WHEN THEY WANT EXTRA..
; sprinkle salt and cream of tartar SWEET FINE CAKES AND PIES AND FOR '
; prepared to die, if need be. beforehe CHURNED-FRESH FLAVOR..
over them and mix together with will deny his Leader .(v. 12). FRYING AND SEASONING. t
several strokes of flat wire whisk. '
:: Sift Sift flour IV. Faithful (4:5-7): .
sugar. once, measure,
':: add /2 of sugar and sift together Watch, endure, work, be faithful tTABl "GRADE" NU..MAID IS 97* DIGESTIBLE, RICH IN THE .PEP. i

: 4: more times. Beat egg whites with to the very end. Such is the obliga- UP'VITAMIN: AND A HIGH ENERGY FOOD (3,300 CALORIES i

,; whisk, using slow, gentle motion that tion, yes,and privilege of the soldierfor PER LB.-TRY TODAY--YOU'LL
"' Paul able admonish
keeps whisk beneath surface. Con- Christ. was
tinue beating until whisk leaves faint young Timothy to such com V'.;
line when'drawn across surface of plete faithfulness because, he had Fowls fin tf411d-t .J I
; egg whites. Add remaining sugar himself exemplified these virtues in 1i

-' gradually, beating as before, until his own life.

texture is fine and even and mixture Those who are called upon to com- j auk (anvil AD @
t tj tjtHE
begins to form slightly rounded suri mand men must themselves be good
faces when whisk soldiers. There is an encouragingnote
r, is released. the battlefields of this
wedding breakfast or to ; CINCINNATI J
r _. not overbeat. Add supper great war. One learns that the com-
satisfy the immediate family
the flavoring. Re- may manding officers are at the front, not J
consist of chicken pot pie served in
; move whisk. Sift hidden away in dugouts far behind "
: flour gradually a shining casserole. the lines. The men take courage as ,

4 AI4 3- over surface and Save Used Fats! they see the bravery of their officers. 'i,
fold in slowly and What that meant in Paul's case KU UO SYDUEULOODand ;
r gently with a spoon, folding towards Ornamental Butter Frosting. may be learned from the story of \

center of bowl and rotating both' i/i cup butter his life, which is condensed in a

bowl and spoon. Keep spoon beneath 10 cups sifted; confectioners' sugar brief statement in II Corinthians 12: leaves
surface of batter and fold un- Yi cup cream 23-33. He really endured afflictionfor
til mixture is smooth ((2 minutes). 4 unbeaten egg whites Christ's sake.V. .
y r Turn into large ((4 quart)' ungreasedtube 3 teaspoons vanilla extract LIVING DEATH j
Victorious (v. 8)
Bake in
pan. a slow (300- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- degree) oven 30 minutes; then in- Cream butter, add 4 cups sugar A nation at war can stand the ''I

_. crease heat slightly (325 degrees) gradually, blending after each addi- strain and bear the agony if it can ';11 1
S and continue baking minutes longer. tion. Add alternately remaining sug- be sure of ultimate victory. The \ 11

Remove from oven and invert ar, ,cream and egg whites, one at a grave disappointment of losing a bat- Stop her before she bites .' with FLIT!
pan on rack for at least 1 hour or time, beating well after each addi- tle, or the deep sorrow of heavy Flit is sudden death to all mosquitoes. Yes!

until cold. Remove from pan. Let tion. Add vanilla and salt. Spread casualties, can and will be borne Even the dread Anopheles the mosquitothat y
't; stand 12 hours 'or longer before cut- frosting over top of two lower lay- for the sake of the final triumph of carries malaria from a sick man to you 1-

_ 5 ting. Ice top and sides with ers; place 3 tiers together and frost the righteous cause. .' the mosquito you can tell, because .it. f... i
1 5 5 Strawberry Icing. entire cake. With a pastry tube, In the battle for Christ, we know stands on its head is easy to kill with FlitBuy J '
a:; use remaining frosting for decora- that the result will be victory. The an ample supply of Flit, today!
'' :' 4 cups sifted confectioners' sugar tions and rosettes. faithful soldier shares the fruits of
Dash of salt victory. The Christian soldier shall kills flies, ants,

'" Vi cup fresh, crushed strawberries Get the most from your meat! Get your one day receive from his Lord and FL I T moths, bedbugs and '
2 teaspoons lemon juice (about) meat roasting chart from Miss Lynn Chambers Leader a crown of righteousness.When all mosquitoes. :' (
Add sugar and salt to crushed by writing to her in care Western will that great day come? "
Newspaper Union, 210 South Copr.1944,SUnco Incorporated e "
.7. fruit. Mix well. Then add lemon Desplaines When Jesus Christ returns (Matt.
Street,Chicago 6,III.Please send
juice until of consistency to spread self-addressed envelope for your stamped reply. 16:27)). He is coming again; .and He ; -

thinly on cake., I Released by Western Newspaper Union. shall reign forever and ever. i

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Medford Dunaway left Monday Home at Enterprise: to spend hht or' Owen, Carline Berner, Jean Bartz' rooted in fatih and nurturedby
The Clewiston News for Miami for enlistment in the her vacation here as a guest of the I' and Rues Owens. love." -
Mother's Club. -
I. S. Navy and has already been
Clewiston, sent to boot camp. ,.
Florida Published, by every the Friday CLEWISTON In NEWS, I supply flowers to the hospital" for, BIRTHDAY SUPPER CHURCH V
Tnc. Postmaster A. W. Sias, who ha! the month of June. David C. Hancock, Minister I ,
been stationed in Miami since entering It was decided that the; hostesses'I The Woman's Association of the. "
Enters second class mall matter the service has left that for the month would take charge of Clewiston Community Church, held Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C,
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office in place for "destination unknown." the nursery during the church hour: its annual birthday supper last 2. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor
CTewiston, Florida, under the Act of the following: Sunday after the regular Thursday evening at the Community all ages.Morning V )
'.o. March 3, 1897. A letter this week from Ruth meeting and serve until the, Center with a crowd of 58 per- Worship' 11:00 a. m. A

: Nail from Pensacola saying that at next meeting rather than beginning', sons attending.A nursery for small children is con-
;,' CARR SETTLE Publisher long last she has heard from Walker at the first of each calendar month. covered dish supper was serv- ducted by the Mothers' Club at the
. ... --- since leaving the states and he is I Mrs. J. W. Durden' had charge of ed with Mrs David C. Hancock in Community Center.
" Rate-$2.50 Per Year charge with Mrs. C. W. Fuller and God's Providence" is
\" Subscription now in England, having landed the the program and Mrs. \:. Bowden "Trusting
Advertising Rates On Application. I middle of May. Ruth has two I I gave the devotional. Mrs. L. M. Mrs Frank Conkling as co-hostesses. the theme of the minister's sermon.'
c brothers in England, also, and Walker -' Hutson gave a talk on a very interesting An interesting ,movie on'the in- You are cordially invited. to worship -
. | subject, "Answering Chil-' ter-relationship between the East with us.
well as I
welfare is hoping to- see them, as
Devoted to the advancement and Henory and'County. boys from Clewiston, in a very short dren's Questions" 'taken from Parents -|..and' the West, completed the enjoy- A Father-Son get-together on the
of Clewlston I able evening. occasion of Father's Day will be
i time. Walker is still in the
. -- -. Corps but she was. unable to give! At the lose of the meeting Mrs.\ held Sunday afternoon at the school.

his specific duties. She says, "We're j David C. Hancock and Mrs. Curtis I II FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, grounds at 5:30.
NATIONAL EDITORIAL both plenty homesick for Clewiston Thompson served light refreshments H. C. Meador, Pastor The Vacation Church School will

' ASSOCIATION and hope it won't be too long in the I 'of cookies, open faced .sandwiches I open Monday morning, June 19, at
Sunday School-9:45 a. m.
: future before we'll be back. and fruit punch to the following, 9 I II 9:00 a. m., with classes for children
\:7': i members Bowden G. Morning Worship-11.: 00 a. m. and 'people of all ages. The-
I : Mrs. Mrs I young
Training Union-6:45 p. m.
H. Brown, Mrs Glen Brower, 1\Irs'j program will include worship, study,
Mr. and MJ-S. Horace A. Bestor I ,
Evening Worship- p m.
: I Durden, Mrs. Foy Durrence, :Mrs. C. recreation, and handcraft work.
.' are expecting a visit very soon from 'I I Father's Day This Next Sunday
E. Gericke, Mrs. R. C. Granere, Mrs. The school will close with picnic
their son, Major Richard Bestor andhis ; Our church will give special recognition -
: .
." Hutson, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. C. W. on Friday, June 30.NOTICE
" (..:..:..:-+.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:" bride.transferred Major from Bestor Camp was Carson recently --I I Lingham, Mrs. Ed McGowin, Jr.,' morning to worship all fathers hour.present It gives at the us

Mrs. A. D. Richardson, Mrs. W. D..I
Colo., to at Hagers- I OF ANNUAL MEETING
a camp great pleasure in extending an invitation -
Wylie, Mrs. S. K. Swayne and Mrs. OF LANDOWNERS OF'
I town, Md., for a very specialized'I to all fathers in our com- CLEWISTON' DRAINAGE DISTRICT
With I training of a few weeks and he is I Eddie. Peters. I munity to worship with us Sunday

, hoping that he will get to come I I II Training School to be in progress Notice is hereby given that, pur-
to call of the Board of Super-
home before returning to Camp, CHURCH GROUP HAS PICNIC The Training Union will hold their visors 'of Clewlston Drainage District, I

[ Our Boys Carson. I FRIDAY EVENING ON LEVER I quarterly training school this next the Clewiston annual meeting Drainage of District the landownersof for the

1, week. Mr. J. E: Elder will lead the year 1944 will be held at the office of
lOTHER'S CLUB MEETS The Community Church young adults. Rev. Meador will lead the said District at Clewiston Hendrr

t' in theService AT COMMUNITY CENTER I people's organization enjoyed a intermediates and Mrs. E. T. Phil- 5 County, 1944 at Florida 5:00 o'clock, on Wednesday in the afternoon, July
;i ( picnic on Friday evening of last lipe will lead the juniors. All groups (Eastern War Time) for the purposeof +

", ', The monthly meeting of the Mo-,t week on the levee. Swimming, ,bail will study methods. All members of : 1. Electing a Supervisor: t;
! 'I action with respect
Church was held on Monday nightat were enjoyed. attend the classes. thereto taking as the landowners may
l." the Community Center with Mrs" ? Those attending were: Rev. Officers and teachers will have determine; and
such other business -
.. C. E. Johnson in charge in the absence David C. Hancock, Mary Ann Jones, their first departmental conferencesthis 3. as Transacting may come before the meet-
: of the president, Mrs. J: W., Jo Ann Long, Sherwood Hal, Billy Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. Each ing.

,:' ....................................................................................................:.... Ezelle. Bear, Keath Kiracofe, Frank Conk-: officer and teacher is urged to be BOARD OF CLEWISTON OP SUPERVISORS DRAINAGE
'" During the business meeting it; ling, Eddie Conkling, Pat Bailey, ( present and help to build our DISTRICT.F. .
We get a nice plug this week in a was decided to invite an orphan LI Grace Ward, Jo Ann Crouch, Edith I Sunday School. Dated June 13, D.1944
:::\" letter from Campbell Nail in the from the Methodist Children':I: Long, Mary Louise Thomas, Shirley "The Christian life is a fellow'ship-. Publish June 16 and June 23, 1944.

,.'. South Pacific which Frances let us
.enjoy magazines .. .. .. ,,",, '. ':'
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read this week : ',' o.L .!; ':;, :. 0 '. '.. o'
K:' and Readers' Digest more than ....

.,; anything except, of course, the .
'"'. Clewiston News. Tell Carr that I
*.; read everything in that little paper This Is The One That Counts /

f:". of his and do enjoy it. Don't forget 0 .
lv'';' to pay my subscription for

w another year but I hope I won't stay /
: here that long to receive it."
< '
I' ..- It's a blow to the community .
:: when we hear of injuries sustained < .'

by any of the boys and that Is
; r
particularly true when that boy had Ask That Kid .on

,. as many friends here and in this ;
:," area as did Sgt. Roy Waldron. The
3'''. telegram to his brother, Morris,
\ from the War Department said
' The Stretcher!
26" and
::: "seriously injured on May
r'. \ we can only hope that he rapidly E' i ..

t' recovering from his injuries. Roy
k was a gunner on a'U. S. tank and &AS ;
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T.r.o must have been injured about the .
, time of the first attacks in the driveon : "They know. Every G: I. Joe

'V knows.
s .n.i -
Sgt. Bill Dyess, who is stationedin .
Corsica, wrote his parents, Mr. ., '.. .--
Mrs. Raleigh Dyess, this week .
and that he 'was now wearing a purple "This is the big show. This is the

heart. He made light of his 'injuries -
pay-off. This is the 'one that '
nothingto I .
and said there was .. 0
worry about-only' a few burns!' $9 -4 vY counts ,. ', -' i
and scratches. We hope that it was

no more serious than that.

Pvt. Gordon Hand,. .stationed at $ ; "Sure we're going to take 'em. But
Camp Croft, S. Car., writes friends

here, after a month in the service, a it's going to cost us plenty .
that he is "makingUncle Sam a
darned good soldier." ALrJfC1 thousands and thousands of lives"' t. L

( billions and billions of dollars.
Friends who have : heard from

SSgt.[ A. D. Frith;: somewhere in
the South Pacific with the U. S.
Marines, that he claims he is .
(. say ."That's the prIce we must pay f.
! ':. making out okay but :wishing thatit

. was over and 0 he was back home. t a decent world-a world in whichwe

And a promotion for one of our and our children can live in

, ; WACs. It's Corporal Evelyn Hare will !.
We G. I.'s furnish theE
now instead of Pfc. and she writes peace.

that she is now only ten ranks removed bodies. Will YOU furnish the
, from a General. Evelyn is ; "
stationed at Fort Benning. dough?
. .

Mr. and Mrs. F: Carl Long have
received word that their son, Pvt. .
Jack Long has been graduated as "

an aviation mechanic at Amarillo;

t,i.. Texas for specialized, and is *now training.awaiting* transfer IT'S GOING TO COST US PLENTY! V '

Marcia Avant hands us a copy
r this week of the 15th C-Breeze, a
t.mimeographed, newspaper put out by Nobody needs to tell you that the fighting in this war is reaching a crisis. But

L the outfit Wilbur Goff is with in

: the South Pacific. Maybe the following we've got to realize also that we face -a similar crisis in financing the war. We can'tafford \
item might have been the

I i, sheet reason: "CONGRATS for Wilbur sending to Wilbur the newsy Goff to fail. Buy DOUBLE the extra Bonds you bought last time.
who was promoted to CCM last
; week. Goff-'s dynamite crew at the .,
Green Islands composed of Reed, Back the Attack! Buy More Than Before

Burdette, Lewis, Seward, Mazzeo, .
Quinn and Seliger:' was really. a .:-
credit' to the 15th C. B."

But J., D., Hooker rates the big
headlines ,this week even though his U. s. Sugar CorporatIon :
still based up at Jacksonville for
he's planning to take unto himself
a wife, the wedding to take place I

there next Friday. The bride's. .
name is Ruth Palmer. I 1. _: -rn.l :n rl ..

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Warning Given I having or know to have poliomyelitis. LaBelle Boy Cited I thft race ,track source was 33,060 I I Buy your share of Fifth War

per county, but that the year's total Loan Bonds so that you can feel
.'";, .. By S. B. H. Regarding These services are rendered at five< 'For Heroic Action
points throughout the state, namelY I amounted to $49,500 per like you have helped to bring our

; Polio Symptoms Pensacola, St. Petersburg, Jacksonville (Moore Haven Democrat) county, the largest return on record. boys back home sooner.Borit .
.;, Miami and Orlando. Each of:
Reeves Jr. whois
Capt. Hurd L. ,
.! "J.. of Health this these points are located in the five '
The State Board ; with the Allied Fifth Army in !1II11"''"'III 11 1 III 1 III 1 61II1I1II11II1I"1' 11"1111111111 IIIIIIIII1I1I1 IIII"'IIIIIIIII1I11I" '''' ''
Commission 'II1''l1l1l11ii11I1I1I1II1II
: Children's !
." Crippled
. : week issued a warning that this is Italy recently was awarded the silver -
'{' i the season, from June to September, Service districts for the state. star medal for gallantry in action ,,1.:. '

,, when the dread polio generally is Authorization for transportation on the Anzio beachhead and 1

on the upswing in' the United States, of the poliomyelitis suspects or this week his parents, in LaBelle, '
.. though Dr. E. F. Hoffman, director cases to one of these points may be received the following citation: :I a
". of the Bureau of Epidemiology, obtained by contacting Dr. Terry "Capt. Reeves, command of a I
Bird, Director of Services, Talla- :
gives the following suggestions compiled company, was ordered to organize I'wish
: hassee, Florida. .
by the National Foundation defensive lines. The orders were] :
arid the State Board of Health to 10. In almost all the counties of accomplished swiftly and efficientlyby 2
'.' residents where poliomyelitis Is the United States there are local l i
. ': Captain Reeves, working under : .
,.. Chapters of The National Founda-
.:,' found: heavy fire and with a badly depleted z
tion for Infantile Paralysis preparedto
i 1. During an outbreak of infantile unit. The positions established : bone i
I help health officers doctors, .
' : paralysis be alert to any early proved to be the .
r'? nurses, hospitals and patients in highest/
I .. signs of illness or changes in normal quality and made' possible : :.
possible. These Chapters .
'. i state of health, especially in chil- every way lization of the lines by his company -' ::. x
I stand ready to assist ,the entire X
: dren. Do not assume that a stomach until the unit was relieved. ) f. X
community. Know your Chapterask -
I upset with vomiting, constipation, He was continually on the front- t: X
if is needed-and volunteerto
f diarrhea, severe headache I or' signs lines with his men and by his I : .
: ::
help your Chapter so that it will
I of a cold and fever are of no im- example, stimulated his men to : :
be able to render the necessary
portance. These may be among the heroic resistance in preserving a I r.
services. 2
w a first symptoms of infantile. paralysis. critical defensive position." Oap- :. x
All children and adults sick tain Reeves was graduated from La-! '.

with unexplained fever should be Equalization Meet Belle high school and attended I : x.
put to ''bed an isolated pending medi-!' Citizens Military Training corps at

" cal diagnosis. I Will Be ,Held July Fort Screven, Ga., He enlisted in :. A savings account !

2. Don't delay calling a physician. 3rd At CourthouseThe the army reserve in 1939 and was : :
; Expert medical care given early may called into service in '1042. Twice _i: h Ti M/ with

I prevent many of the crippling de- commissioners wounded in battle, he has served : :;: .3
formities. Proper care from the county will sit in Sicily, Salerno, Casino and :1=
safety will
., onset may mean the difference between as an equalization board Monday, Anzio. : provide I :1
: normal July 3, beginning at 10 a. m., for = :
life and
a of crippling Capt. Reeves is well-known in';1 the
.. recovery. the purpose of hearing complaintsand Moore 'Haven and joined the Masonic : things you want 1. )
;' receiving testimony as to the ::
h,. 3. Be sure that every known case Lodge here just a few weeks : ;
value of property, personal or real, be-I :t' :: ':;
or suspected case of poliomyelitis fore he ntered the service. .:.
as fixed by the county assessor of !1
(has been reported to the State Board I :r .:. 4
taxes, Dennis Small. "
of Health through local health I .. cl
your Counties Get $1,500 : : '
Assessor Small has not yet completed -
'. department. work on the tax roll but said i t q &1
I 4. Today there is no known prevention he would have the job finished to Race Track Money y '

' { or protection against infan- present to the county board for approval ., .:. /1 1

tile paralysis. All that can be doneis before the date set for the Comptroller Jim Lee announced j

to provide the best possible care. equalization meeting. Monday' ,that final distribution of :: = jj1
I Your doctor, your health officer, race track tax funds amounting to :( : \
i' the Florida Crippled Childrens made to the :t. ; i
I' County Kitchens $1,500 had just t' I f :
!Commission and local Chapter "
, your counties in Florida, which closes :" "
**, I| .. of The National Foundation for Infantile Become Tin "Mines"For the year's records. I' ..: : ,"",,1" '
/ |! Paralysis can and will do
j: -4.. everything in their power to assist War Items Lee said anticipated revenue from[ iWiiiiiiiiiiiiiMtoiiiiiThat's ? lllllllllllllll l\\jIIJIInlll,111, 1111111I1111I1r)1S'11I111I11I11I1! ''f.J! IIIIIIIIlJlil! Jl IIIIIIIIllIl! JiUIIII\: :.'t:

you in the isolation and care of ---

these cases and see to it that your I
Women of: Hendry county can
community Is ready to meet an It
: "mine" tin sufficient for 169 l1 -
epidemic. ton Army trucks this year. t
5. Observe these simple precautions These figures were compiled by 1 1i i
: J. A. Stewart, vice-president of the !
(a) Avoid overtiring and extreme American Can Company on the ,1

, : : fatigue from strenuous exercise. basis of canned foods consumed by DkV6ITMOM

'S I (b) Avoid sudden chilling such! civilians in the county during 1943.
' :as would come from, : a: plunge! into On the basis of last year's consump-

,: : .: i-; extremely cold water-on avery -hot tibn, civilians' will open approxi-
.uay. mately 424,200 cans of food this

(c) Pay careful attention to personal year, he said. According to a table
,":'- cleanliness, such as thorough : recently issued by Washington, 2500 ,-

nand washing before eating; Hygienic cans provide tin sufficient for mT.5
habits should always be obr one 11h-ton Army truck ; \
, served.d Meanwhile, the armed forces consumed )

( ) If possible avoid tonsil and approximately three billion
i,' of food during 1943 and needs
adenoid operations during epidemics. cans '
.' Careful study has shown that for the current ,year are expected to t-T 7V
such operations, when done duringan rise to three and a quarter billion :

:, epidemic, tend to increase the cans, Mr. Stewart said. He pointed -
, danger of contracting infantile out that with a greatly increased -

:' paralysis in its most serious form. number of the armed forcesin

(e) Use the purest milk andY overseas duty, more canned foods
water you can. Keep flies away will be needed because the can has

'" from food. While the exact means proved the most practical container -

V : of spread of the ,disease is not for the shipment of foods abroad.

} ,.; known, contaminated water and
t 1r }- ... milk are always dangerous and flies ,Worn Out Engines
have repeatedly been shown to car-

;,': ry the infantile paralysis virus.f Should Be Replaced
( ) Do not swim in polluted wa-
'r' !ter. The Tampa -Office- of Defense

rf (g) Maintain Community' sanitation i- Transportation yesterday urged bus

at a high level at all times. and truck operators throughout the

(h) Avoid all unnecessary contact country to anticipate the need for

'..' with persons with any illness replacing worn-out engines and place
!'; 'Suspicious of infantile paralysis. orders with their dealers several

:.. ', f 1 :-:: 6. Don't become hysterical if months in advance in order to in-

, :: ::; 1 cases do occur in your neighbor- sure an adequate supply.If SYl.J., rye.
hood. While infantile paralysis is vehicle operators desire im- <
:' :', communicable or catching during mediate engine replacement when

-any outbreak, there are many who needed, they must build up the de-

nave such a slight infection that mand, Ed Rowland, ODT District ? .! .
'+ j 'I r.! ; there are few or no symptoms. This Manager at Tampa, explained. ." / .--
,,' large number of unrecognized infections "There has been some misunderstanding 1.bl
,: :, is one of the reasons there concerning the exchangeand '
;,; ,..; is. no practical way of preventing rebuilding of worn-out engines .H"
.\". ((: the disease. But 'it is also reassuring under the ODT's rehabilitationplan I ". !, ;.'

.,'j to know that, of the many per- ," the ODT announcement said. I -: :'
: sons who become infected, few develop "Some operators are disappointed ? .
' serious illness and that, with I at not being able to obtain rebuilt )

'; good care, the majority who are exchange engine replacements on
stricken will make a satisfactory re- demand because dealers do not havean
covery. Remember that although adequate supply on hand. the way I like to see ithem," said Gen. That's why there's a Fifth War Bond drive on '

.'.-' this is a frightful disease needless "This situation can be remediedif MacArthur when he saw the rows of dead Japs now, a drive,in which you're needed to support thin / -
fear and panic only cause more operators realize the necessity for j ,
t. y trouble. the dealers, the engine rebuilders, the Admiralty Islands. In this war-the men on the fighting fronts who are facing the *

7. Attempts to stop the spread and the parts manufacturers to plan costliest, cruelest war of all time- t most treacherous forces Americans i

) 'of the virus by closing places where ahead. The existence of demandsfor our boys must fight with savage .. '. y have ever met in combat. We on the I

'people congregate have been uni- specific makes and models oftheiV fury. Kill or be killed! And-on how ', i} '. home front can't let them down-and
formly unsuccessful. The resulting units can only be proved by
disturbance to community life is, a actual anticipatory orders placed by well each plays his part depends the ;" It )' we won't. So resolve now to at least l :11 ::

disadvantage. Today there is no the vehicle owner. In this way the lives of many of his buddies.. ;, -. double your Bond buying in the 5th f {

way by which the spread of infantile supply of essential replacement parts Here on the home front, too, just 5 WAR LOAN War Loan drive. This is the time'to !'y j ,
paralysis can be completely can be started flowing to the truck ..,
stopped. 'owner." cheering' the attack on isn't enough. "' do better than your best. '

;? 8. There is no known cure for The truck-bus rehabilitation pro- &
infantile paralysis. Good medical gram for 1944 provided for the exchange ,

". care will prevent or correct some and rebuilding of worn-out
4 -
c : deformities. But in about every bngines, transmissions and differentials ; '
fourth or fifth case there will be which cannot be easily
that be
permanent paralysis cannot /repaired. The unserviceable com-
-: overcome. Do not believe those who ponent is then rebuilt by the manu-
'' for one reason or another promise facturer or rebullder for furtheruse "

..f I,' to cure these cases. Be guided by thereby rotating stocks in dealers .- Bishop"Wilson Lumber Company
sound medical advice if polio does hands. 1
: I
strike in your family.
9. The Florida ,Crippled Child- The, Fifth Wor Bond Drive is on 1
Jl ren's Commission is eq and everyone should give more than 1 R. C. Wilson

: ,render'services diagnostic to children and sus treatment\\ our they part did before over here in ,order to be doing R. M. Bishop J


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About half the people contend Sugar Stamp No. 30 and No. 31 passenger tires available
for ration- .1
| that we are fighting to preserve (Book 4)) good for five pounds indefinitely ing in June is alightly larger than
: TOO LATE TO Stamp No. 32 becomes in
i May, demand still far
"The ,American Way of Life but exceeds ....
: good indefinitely June 16 for five
production or the '
their definitions of "The quota !

{1N CLASSIFY: |f Way of Life" are varied and con- pounds. CANNING SUGAR, tor Chauncey of the W.Office Butler of ,Price district Odminis-direc-

flicting. Most folks, however, thinkof Sugar stamp No. 40 good for five tratlon at Jacksonville has announced. -
X pounds c'anning'sugar
'' until Febru- .
it as ,a high standard of 'living ,
ary 28, 1945. Apply to local boards He again emphasized the
By ,RUSSELL KAY f and a desire to maintain and improve for supplemental' ration.. The can- for continued tire conservation.necessity

it. It includes personal com- ning season has been divided into Fewer heavy duty truck tires
;: Secretary Florida Press ,Association : fort, security, self improvement and two periods. I will be rationed in June than in
.. independence of thought and action.
.- -..-.. : SHOES May Mr. Butler pointed out de-
*.' NM J N J*.:T+*!;i*i*#.*i**iiN* *NAM NM! :..:1.:NINININIH....:N;.:N:N:..;N:N:N..:NN! :N;N N;N;N;N;N ;N;N N;N;N; ; ;N The division of opinion comes Airplane ,
stamps No. 1 and No. 2 claring that a critical situation ex-
"While>we like ,to think that the!I 000,000 are blank when asked toI largely from a conflict of views as (Book 3) valid indefinitely. ists in this field.SUGAR .
'so-called American is a meant' reciprocal, to how these advantages should be GASOLINE
average I I tell what is by .a. STAMP 32
'mart hombre, and prIde.ourselves trade treaty. Nearly 70 percent ofdon't maintained. Some say by govern- Renewal application for 'next sea- Sugar Stamp 32 in War Ration
on being an "informed" people, the I mental edict and control that will son's fuel oil rations will be mailed Book Four will become good indefinitely -
that presidential ap-
!facts don't jibe with this "wishfulUhtnking" !j us know provide every individual with every out. As soon as, coupons are received on June 16 for : five ,-
-at ]least so says Hadley i t proval and a two-thirds vote of the need from the cradle to the grave, fuel oil tanks should be pounds, Chauncey W. Butler, 'district

Cantril, 'director of Public Opinion i I: senate alone is required for treaty and hold absolute' control over all filled. Period 1 coupons good June director of the Office of Price

Research of Princeton University. j I ratification.; two-thirds of us do not activities; others contend that this 1. (Alabama, Mississippi and Ten- Administration at Jacksonville, has
is exactly what we are fighting nessee out). announced.
has spent a good many, states rather than the ,
Cantril : know that the against and that only through the
years feeling the public pulse and |: federal government; set voting re least possible governmental control GASOLINE '
his job is to get the facts about howl' quirements. and with utmost freedom for the A-10 coupons now valid east of Roosevelt Urges

folks think and feel. The things Nearly 54,000,000 do not know 'individual can the "American Wayof '' Apalachicola. River. Expire August
people know and the things they remember what causes inflation., Over 70- Life" be preserved. 8th.' Buy War Bonds: To

are clues to their thinking, 000,000 don't know what is meant We A-ll coupons now valid in Ten
have been told that "ignor- Speed VictoryPresident
and recent polls by Gallup and other, by a subsidy some farmers thinka ance is bliss" and that "What we I nessee, Mississippi, and Alabama.

public opinion researchers disclose subsidy is a sort of a cover crop. don't know can't hurt us"-but if. Expire June 21.
that as a people, Americans Rationing Franklin D. Roosevelt
These are only a few of the long we are to win this war and enjoy rules now require that
fully ignorant and supremely' self list of facts that could be recitedto the fruits of victory, it is impera- every car owner, write his license made a radio talk to the nation

Centered.: illustrate public ignorance. What tive that we know what we really number and state on all gasoline Monday night over a national net-

Of approximately 90,000,000 they show us is a narrow concep- want and why we want it. coupons in his posession, as soon as work urging the purchase of bondsto
adults in the United States, tion of our self interest-our fail- they are ,issued him by the ration help speed victory as the Fifth
000 don't know the 27'000'-1 ure to see the relationship of certain In his Farewell Address"in George board. War Loan Drive opened to raise
Washington said that
'itaken the Philippines; events and policies to our own personal .- tion as the structure of a govern- NEW POINT VALUES $16,000,000,000 for the war effort.
don't know that they have taken welfare. Food shoppers again will benefit In his talk the President hinted
ment gives force to public opinion f
Wake Island. difficult 'to believe that from i that the end of Japan will come
It is really it is essential that the public opin- point values of meats and processed -
When asked to name the United with all the publicity given the At- foods now in effect, Chaun- sooner than expected and, that "our
Nations 57,000,000 fail to mention lantic Charter in the press, over the ion be enlightened. cey W. Butler, district director of original strategy of eliminating'I"
Canada; 70,000,000 don't name Norway radio and in the news reels that We mayfind that "What weDON'T the Office of Price Administration, Germany first and then, turning our
and 58,000,000 forget Brazil. 54,000,000 people never heard of it KNOW" Is likely to hurt us. has announced. full war strength into the Pacificcan

Less than half of us know this and that 86,000,000 more could not Highlights are the reduction of hasten the day of victory on all

'country was not a member of the name a single one of. its p-iovisions. RATIONING all, rationed cheese and cheese pro- fronts." .

League of Nations. Two-thirds of Bitt Cantril tells us that this infor- ducts from 12 to 10 points per Germany, he said, is "first on
us do not know that Britain is now( mation is as accurate and depend- pound, reduction of point value of the list for destruction" and ad-

providing us with military able as social science can get the _____ beef chuck roasts and steaks two red ded: "Germany has her back againstthe
under reverse lend-lease. At least I facts from unbiased and carefully PROCESSED FOODS points per pound and reduction to wall-in' fact three walls at

54,000,000 have never heard or handled public polls and surveys. Blue A8 through Q8 (Book 4)) zero point value of canned carrots, once.
r' ead of the Atlantic Charter and I I6OOOOOO Startling also is the fact that now valid at 10 points each, for use orange juice, orangegrapefruitjuice "On the south '-we have broken

$ were unable to name I most of us are hazy as to "What we with tokens. Good indefinitely. and grapefruit juice. the German hold on central Italy.

even one of its provisions.We are fighting for.".-Such slogans as MEATS AND FATS ,Only point increases noted on On the east-our gallant soviet .:tallies

are uninformed, too, about "The Four Freedoms" or "To'' Make Red A8 through W8 (Book .4) the new list are for processed, grape have driven the enemy' back -
things closer home. 23,000,000 of the World a Better Place to Live now valid at 10 points each, for use hnd pineapple juice. from the lands which were invaded ) 'i

us don't know what a tariff is; 85,- In" don't click with the average with tokens. Good indefinitely. TIRE RATIONING (Continued on Page 10)

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> i I but all friends of the couple are cordially -" 'Mrs. F. E. Conkling and Mrs. F.l) FOR SALE: Overstuffed
; invited. The couple will I TDeane Duff. '

reside at 2742 Lydia St., Jackson- --- J living room sofa. Call

"" : I PERSONAL SOCIETYPaul I ville. I ANTEDFurnished after five o'clock at '40. "

Young People's Class room for two married .
To Be OrganizedAt women Call 172J.1 --
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Johnson's Fish j
: Camp
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I ____ Chalker & Lund. 1 tc.WEEK
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I 9:45 Sunday morning a young,, (Near Huiricane3ate, ) (
people's Sunday School class will be I Clcwiston Flfu
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Greenwood was a visitor' in Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Trice, daughter organized at the Baptist Church. I
I Boats and l\Iotors-Gufde Service
Mamie, and son,' Raymond, returned I "
Miami Tuesday. All young people between the ages \W: J Rates Reasonable I
: Wednesday from a twoweeks' of 17 and 25 are invited to attend. II 4 \vt II. Johnson Mt-r.

:... Mrs. Jack Baker is visiting her vacation visit in Daytona I Instruction will be .in charge of

1' ,', I mother in Lakeland for a week: Beach. Larry I. Waldron, Jr.. I! Dixie Crystal ..

.. I Rev. H. C. Meador, pastor of the

c j \:' ,. Mr. and Mrs J. W. Randolph C. N. Christian of Jacksonville: t church, announces that a sizeable

- .", r ',a : spent Saturday in West Palm Beach. arrived here Tuesday to assume. the fund has been accumulated for a I THEATRE SURF COTTAGES

" ; f i ?',. '. duties of purchasing agent for the I Sunday School building and that, RIGHT ON THE OCEAN

'. :,' ':" .1 Mr.. and Mrs. R. J. Lee and Mrs U. S. Engineer office. He succeedsMrs. plans for the building are in pro I BEGINNING JUNE 18 VACATION spot elose to home.
:}.i : .- Ken Swayne were visitors in Or Cecile Brooks who resigned'to cess of being ,approved. Nine miles north of the Palm

'' r';;. lando Tuesday. take a position in West Palm Beach. I I I. SUN.-MON.. .TUNE, 18 & 10 Beaches, on U S. Highway No. 1
... y -- -- -- -- -- OUR Coast Guard 'lease has expired -
FI ::. rr MRS NOYTLING ENTERTAINS I" and are now open.
: ': H Turner of Tampa visited FRIDAY BRIDGE CLUB will
Harry : JMrs. T. A. Holton left Saturday DUE to conditions we operateon
friends Mon I the American Plan. Reservations
briefly here with TAYLOR
,,t ... for her home in Miami after a visitof I will be necessary, with a minimumof
I'I day. several days with her daughter. .Mrs. R. C. Nowling was hostess, Also a 2-day reservation. Our capacIty -
., "Fella"-Pete Smith, Academy I 20 to 25 guests.
'Mrs. J. W. Durden, her grandson, i to a recent meeting of the Friday '
t,::; Mr. and Mrs. Dean King were Jimmy Durden, returned home with evening bridge club. Award-Cartoon I YOU will enjoy the food, rest,relaxation
I swimming, and surf fishing -
f', deep sea fishing Sunday in the her for a visit.. Mrs. C. E. Miner was awardedthe TUES'.-'VED., JUNE 20 & 21 along with the home atmos-

: near Naples. prize for high score, a purse; I phere.

''-: I Mrs B. J. Schroeder won the cut "Uncertain Glory"ERROL I RATES:-Double, $4 daily, $25
: returned J. W. Doke and daughter, weekly, per person. Single, $5
: Mrs:, C. E. Bjornsen Mrs. I
; I prize, bubble, bath crystals and Mrs. FLYNN daily $32 weekly.
'. i c. : : Monday from a week's visit with Anita, of Fort Meade, are spending |I' Foy Durrence was given a bottle of AlsoHARMONICA- I FOR reservations, write SURF.
:,', relatives in. Lakeland. the week here as the guests of Mrs. consolation. BOYS COTTAGES. 623.30th St., West Palm
Ruth B. Owens. Mrs. F. M. Houghton -, cologne- as Beach, Florida, or Phono 8940.\V A.
t.; Refreshments of frozen fruit salad CARTOONTHURS.FRL' I Bound, :Mgr., J. 30
Mrs. B. E. Nail, sr., were of Lake Worth is also a house 1
Mr. and
r: and iced tea were served to Mrs. C.I '
,', of Mrs. Owens for two weeks. I I JUNE 22 & 23
visitors in Fort Myers guest
< business L. McLendon, Mrs. Foy Durrence, j.
::1: ',' Monday. Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mrs.. Curtis "Slightly Dangerous"
( I.i.. Miss Patricia Ann Bailey left I" Thompson, Mrs. A. W. Lawrence,

\l' }Io)";;: .. Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. Ottor Sunday for Lake Alfred to attend Mrs. V. C. Woodward, members and IiAXA- \1so-TURNER I VIKING HOTEL .
:' Larsen and Mrs. P. E. Conkling were the Senate of Florida Young peo-I
Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and Mrs. C. E. Freddie_ Fisher Band and Latest 31st & Collins Ave.
visitors ,in Miami one day last week. pIe's Conference of the Presbyterian I Miner, guests. Fox News'
I Church. The session lasts from MIAMI BIIACII
,' t Miss Laura Mizelle, Johnny Davis June 12 to 21st. MRS MUMFORD ENTERTAINS SATURDAY, JUNE 24TH Cnrlton Brown, Mgr. ,!
Efficiencies A. Hotel Rooms
and Clayton Watkins enjoyed a BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY "Tarzan Secret / block to beach and buses I I

fishing trip at Naples Sunday. Mrs; E. O. Ward returned the latter I SUMMER: RATES ;\

:'\ ." part of last week from Gaines- Mrs. N. V. S. Muniford was hostess Treasure"JOHNNIE Former operators Cbt.rcUIl Hotel) :\I

> :- Miss" Gloria McDuffie is spending ville where she has spent three! to the Wednesday bridge club WEISMULLER I l I
with her aunt Mrs. T, H.
months ,
8 "\ ;' .', J a couple of weeks vacation with I at her home in :Sugarland Park this I SERIAL and CARTOONALL Ij
Beville. Mrs. Beville and son, j
':., :', relatives in Georgia. week. I ,
Jack, accompanied her home for the )
,:/',' ... week-end. ,Mrs.. Otto Larsen was high scorer I CHILDREN (Not In Arms) G. M. FORD :

-: '. Miss Ogie Arnette left' today for __ I and Mrs W. C. Owen was second j MUST HAVE TICKET

j" :,.' New Smyrna to spend a two weeks' high. Mrs. H. T. Vaughn substituted Civil Engineer and Surt'eyorSpecializing
Cpl. and Mrs. George C. Service :Men: to All Shows-30c
,; vacation with relatives. Bestor\\ for Mrs. C. J. Neilsen.
In Everglades ,
returned the past week-end
Mrs. J. E. I
Those playing were: MATINEE DAILY-3 P. M.
f bama where Cpl. Bestor is stationed Surveys i
/ Miss Katherine Baker of Moore Beardsley, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. CHILDREN ..._.....-__ 9c
at Camp Seibert, after a two 1 / Phone 60 Clowiston, Fla. :
Haven has taken a stenographic H. A. Bestor, Mrs W. C. ,
weeks' visit here with his parents,I '!
I' Mrs. Otto Larsen, JMrs. H. 'T. Vaughn, I -:-.: '--:-. I
:''. position! with the-.sugar corporation Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor. : ,. .. .: .

.. Mrs. W. E. Bolton and Miss Martha '
Mr. and Mrs. M. M.. Prewitt, who S e 1
; Nell Alston are spending several _.. '
accompanied their daughter, Miss J'
days this week in Miami: .
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Mauryne, to Memphis last. week. for ,
her wedding to Pat DIi Gehee, are ,
' >C1\1is Lama Ma'ttison is spending visiting i this week with friends in
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.*a:.two weeks' ,vacationJfwithwher'parents St.r. .. Augustine-? f.. :"'" : :
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' 'ii ', in Stuart. ...:.-- :; ,

Mr. and Mrs Foy Durrence 'are

Mr. and Mrs W. H. Lanier, Mr. spending this week-end at Fort :;)
and Mrs. B. W. Hundertmark and Lauderdale Beach. Mr. and Mrs.R. ':
C. J. Lovvorn were visitors' Satur-" M. Hare, Jr., who have been : '

day in West Palm Beach. spending their vacation ,there, will

return home with them. .: \r
Dr.: and Mrs. W. L. Lott return-

: I ed Sunday from Fort Lauderdale Mrs. E. E. Gross of West Palma 1 t' 0 : n' yC k

'- a where they spent a two weeks' vacation Beach is here for a visit of a few;

: 'weeks with Mr. Gross. With her is: .- i
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their granddaughter, ,four-months -
':; Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg returned old Kathryn Jean Carlton, whose 1 o.

l Sunday from a trip Ito New mother is ,with her husband at Campi \'r

.; ;;.:..I York where Mr. Bigg was called on Livingston, La. s I
\.:: >'r> business. ::1'
-- Rev.' and Mrs.' H. t;. Meador and I
' _' '::1 :.: "' Mrs. Munselle Stone and baby family recently returned! from their]

.': I i\-;;.: daughter, Lynne, of Gainesville are vacation whichwas' spent at the!

'i ,. :':, the guests this week of Mrs. Richard home of Rev. Meador's parents in V ?

"' Hooks. I
.N ";., .: Chattanooga, Tenn.. '. Rev .Meador. :
': attended the Southern Baptist Con-i
: :; w":', Mr. and Mrs. Lou Place left on ; sis-
,, venlion while euroute and his | g
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ter, Miss Mary Elizabeth Meador, | 1
S;;. .. :" .... dunes, Ind.;. for vacation\ ..visit with accompanied then family back to} '' N,; J yR Ory'l Y ,.j' / i' 'NMu".a+ 4 S 4 :+

;,; '. his family. Clewiston for a short visit.McGeheePrewitt. .
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t : ('.,', Joe Elder and David Thomas returned ,, .,. .

'. Gh :, i'! Sunday from DeLand where I i -

::I' .; .'-- they were attending the Florida ," :
.y t ;. Baptist Assembly last week. The marriage of Miss Mauryne1:'
:' .ti :-'; "- -- Mr. / ,
"' Prewitt, daughter of and Mrs.
.r;:. Mr. and Mrs.. Ray Slade and. Lt. M. M. Prewitt to'Pat' McGehee, soul t "

.:-i/ R. L. Coker' of Miami were the of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee

i, ;.:-::'(, week-end guests of Mr. and this city, was solemnized in or'1

t" _:;, Carl H. Berner. 1\1rs'l phis, Tenn., Saturday evening
:-:: six o'clock where the groom is now : and 'husbands are fighting and dying this 'f
Mr. and Mrs. C. VE. Sapp are the! stationed to await assignment as ai t
very minute.
proud parents of a six and a half civilian pilot "with the Air Transport -I ,
\ : OW THAT the chips are down now .:
+'. --. / pound baby boy who was born Sunday -\ Command. !i N They, in the. fro nInes, are throwingin ;
:': '-."., at the Clewiston Hospital. Full details of they wedding have' \. that'- our men are writing decisive everything they have

.' I It not been learned but the biide'sl, ..,: history with their.blood behind "
We the
Miss lines, must d.h e .'
t,I :. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dacey, parents, who accompanied her tol I i
There can be no halfway '
;' : \. l' Marguerite Mizelle and'A. J. Thielen Memphis are expected to return! .: measures same. :

':: "; were deep*sea fishing at Miami home this week-end and details will :i r for us. Remember, this is the battle for'' the '' '

> ; Sunday. be available for next week's issue. 'I ... 4': t, The greatest battle in the history: of WORLD. Our world. And we've got to

'I". "- ,' H. ,', : 1): : the world must be matched by win 'ltThat's Uncle Sam '-
:. 'Mrs. C. J. Nielsen and Mrs. L. \ Palmer-Hooker I : ; 0*** why

f'A''.; Nash and baby son are spending a -I j i ';r the greatest war loan in the ": expects every dollar like every ;

few weeks in Fort Pierce with rela -- '':' of the world.
tives. The following announcement I ; tory his'I to do its duty.

from the Florida Times-Union of ':. That's what Uncle Sam Put this Fifth War Loan over

p Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. James of I, Jacksonville will be of great in the same. Uncle Sam for whom STHWAR LOAN buy more War Bonds than '

Christobel, Canal Zone, left last ,terest to the many friends of J. D.I,
your brothers and sweethearts S IFX&& you think you can!
Thursday for Jacksonville, after Hooker who is an ARM 3c! USNR at

spending two weeks: with Mr. James' the Jacksonville Air Base. .

mother, Mrs. A. O. Ward. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Palmer an- .

Mrs. "W. H. Fleming and daughter nounce daughter the, Ruth engagement Palmer, to of John their D, BecK IJ If ?; fl BUY MQRE THAtj BEfORE I

; ; ; Ann Winnie, have returned to Hooker ARM 3c| USNR. ,

their home in Jacksonville after a Mr. Hooker is attached to the -
two week visit with Mrs. A. O. Aviation Radar Operators Schoolat '

i' Ward and Mr. Ward. the Jacksonville Naval Air Basa

as an instructor. The wedding will

Mr. and Mrs. C,. A. Martinez and take place Friday June 23, at 8:00p. HENDRYCOUNTYMOTORSj

'. sons, Jack and Junior, left Wednesday m., in All Saints Chapej. ,Chaplain -
'1'" for Miami 'from which place John H. Harper, Lt. j.g. USNR

;' they expected to take a plane will perform the ceremony. Best /

Thursday for Cuba where they will man is Fred A. Lowe: ARM 2c[ and Clewiston Florida ;

visit relatives at Victoria .for a bridesmaid will be Mrs. J. W. Bowman .

No invitations will be sent '
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;I Gems of ThoughtTT '! Q1JEENS DIE : !! Mynah\ Beats Bird Parrot From India

IS always good to know if as 'Talker'The

only in passing, a charming ._ .lt. PR.OUDLY -,

human being; i*: refreshes our Indian Mynah bird is

lives like flowers and woods -=.... vastly superior to the parrot as a
and clear brooks.-George El- .WHITE ? W.N.U.TEATU "talker.", It is not content, as is .

iot. I the parrot, with the vain repetitionof
THE STORY THUS FAR: Lieut. Col. rage came snorting up at him : zing past his cockpit from behind.He certain
Reason lies between ,the spur of the Flying Fortress or sentences, but
Frank Kurtz pilot through the cloud layer. There was looked over his shoulder to see is anxious
and the bridle.Proverb.Do known as "The Swoose," which escaped so much of it Buzz 'figured it must that the last two of those four Zeros its to, and succeeds in,
from Clark Field, tells of that fatal day adding to vocabulary. It even
all the good you can, have been at least a Jap battleship were diving on him. Of course
struck In the Philippines. acquires the accent of its
when the Japs master.
To all the people you can, shoveling it up at him, so he was there was nothing he could do but
Old 99, another Fortress, Is struck down Similarly, this bird has
In all the ways you can, pulling off to the south-still stay push his throttle to the fire wall- no
before It can get off the ground, killing up difficulty in mastering musical
As long as ever you can. ing above the cloud layer-when he jamming all the his engine
-ENGUSIiINSCRIPTION eight of her crew. Kurtz and his men on gas passages of some considerable

are getting ready for a reconnaissancetrip spotted four..Jap fighters high above would take-and try to get away., length. A Mynah in the London
Man has wants deeper than over Formosa when they heard the him. He was tempted to dump his
(Air force slang meaning his plane went Zoo, quartered in an aviary
can be supplied by wealth or whistling of bombs. They ran for the bombs-which would give him more over-
nature or domestic affections.His nearest foxholes and stayed In them until speed and maneuverability-and go into the ground.) looking the football ground in Regent's -

great relations are to his the first Jap formation flew away. up there to tangle with them, but "Inch by inch he pulled away Park, so frequently inter- f-

God and to eternity.-Mark Then they get what antiaircraft Is available those bombs, according to his brief- from those Zeros-he looked back at rupted the matches. with its perfect -
In action. The field Is littered with the rendering of a blast of thereferee's
Hopkins. destined for field once and saw about six
were some planesthe
the charred, skeletons of FlyingFor.- whistle that it had to be
tresses, Including Old 99. They plan to Japs had just put ashore on a good fires going-and Buzz said it removed to less sporting quarters.
salvage the wrecks. field near Lingayen, so he kept on was damned lucky he got back to

his course. the field, because he could tell the
"But all of a sudden about three boys that a P-40 could outrun a Gas

CHAPTER IV I. bushels of red-hot Jap tracers came Zero at sea level. Remember,, on Stomach

whizzing by his cockpit. He pushedthe though, he said outrun, not outma- Relieved in 5 minutes or double money back .

A Soothing S A !.%/ E "A lot of damned fools were wav- stick forward to nose her down, neuver. last When KM.excess sour Btommcb stomach and acid heartburn catwta painful,doctors,gulfocst-usually

ANTISEPTIC W ing flashlights around unnecessarily, and then in a climbing turn to "In those days everybody was prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known for
[Used by thousands with satisfactory re* and I thought, 'Suppose a Jap Recco learning stuff that wasn't in the ToblcU.BTOptomabc No l relief tive.-medicines Bell-ana like thoseln Bcil-ans
suIts for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. the right pulled her back up into the jiffy brings comfort In a ..,
or double TOOT back (
money on return of bottle
Get Carboil at drug stores or write plane catches a glint of this. Pretty sun-and then he looked back to see book, and passing it on. Everybody to ua.25c at all druggists.SNAPPY.

Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn. soon I heard a plane and raised up that two of the four Jap fighters had had to learn, which is why we don't

to listen, but when it came in plainer detached to work him over. get bitter at being mishandled at p- -0

I recognized the deep four-motor "They were coming hell-for-break- first.

grind of one of our own Fortressesit fast, so he pulled a cute maneuver- "But Buzz always hated to talk PACTS

was undoubtedly one of the dozen throttled back suddenly to let themgo about himself. 'Did you hear about ABOUT

$a0. which had been left down on Del roaring on by him, and then the Rat?' he asked me, very excited.
Monte Field, now coming in from The Rat of old friend I
1 OF opened up on their vanishing tails. course was our
r, the long trip from Mindanao to spend His first burst put them both on Lieutenant Sam Marrett, who had

yTRICKs the rest of the night on Clark and fire. Those good old ..50calibers picked up this nickname at Ran- dJfRlJBBER

in the morning pound some of those dolph Field because of his pointednose \

scores of Jap transports which ware and small face. 'The Rat took

said to be swarming off Luzon. four winglings out on patrol, and [{. -
TREAT younelf free to a new. apron or smock. r/ r
"And I hoped to God that single )
Maintenance of
they were laying back above a our synthetic
You con do it wrth only two or throe used feed,soft, ;
remaining runway strip had been rA 1 rubber plants after the war
hillside when
sugar, or flour bogs. You can make pajamoi;ploy on Lingayen they spot
$vrtj,curtains,dresses and hundreds of other articles;, cleared so they could get down, and ',.x.\, I ted a Jap landing party, so they as"a rubber insurance policy"is

for your home and family...all from cotton bogs/; they; wouldn't have to circle ana go '? climbed to get altitude and then advocated by leading rub ,

The free 32-page booklet"Bag of Tricks for Home back home. Just then a nervous ,:. peeled off out of the sun onto it-the the ber authorities.be They hold that
cannot adequately
,"tells bog sizes gives insll\lctions.. antiaircraft battery opened up on the ( Rat of in'
Sewing you sewing leading, course- one long prepared at all times to de-
shows you how lo-make dozens of __ fortress, and then they all did. string, each picking his barge. What fend its national interest unless -

clever things you will be pleased ,- ,. "And what about Margo, halfway \. happened no one knew for sure. But it is free from the threatof

c.punch to have. around the world? Had she heard one of the Rat's bullets must have a rubber shortage feel

FREESend anything? And how long would it be t--- L\ touched off the magazine racks in ing subscribed to by most

before I could tell her that Eddie the.Jap barge he picked, anyway thinking ,Americans.
for your free copy Oliver and I were all that were left the
barge blew in his face
right up ,
World for _
of of Tricks for HomoSiting" capacities producing
"Bog ,, Y : of Old 99 she had waved goodby to ,
and the Rat's .
be double thrifty, .i plane disintegrated.But natural and synthetic rubber after 4r
at six weeks ? Or
Albuquerque ago the other four kids continued
the will
male cotton bags do doubt on war aggregate nearly
your J- !,
would I ever tell her? their first their 2,800,000 tons yearly, predicts -
*duty.Write today..._ runs, dropping frag
a post card will do....Address.M "I had promised the boys this was bombs, and then strafing back and John I. Collyer president of B. F.

'- just the opening game and that there forth-they had Japs diving off those Goodrich.This is more than twiceas

, NATIONAL COTTON COUNCIL were a lot more Saturdays coming, in direction.' much as the world has ever
barges ,
!: r.O,kill MEMPHIS 1.TENNHSa C..t. 19 so what did it matter if this first G \ "That day every" said Frank, "my job used In any one year.

;;: one belonged to the Japs? In the
, was the tower, not going on mis-
end would win. I began
we Only now sions
myself or even listening to
: ) wondering about that sprawling gossip. A little after noon I hap
line and where'it pointed to. Maybeit
pened to be looking up at the over-
GET trailed off into nothing, and at
cast' toward the roar made by one
L AFTER RHEUMATIC PAIN the end would be only chaos and de
of our planes which I thought maybe
feat. I didn't know and when I 1-0..
" i With a UtdiclBt that will Prove Itself would be trying to. come in when
;, realized it would do no good to guessor
If you suffer from rheumatic pain suddenly I saw a parachute blossom
I J.. or muscular aches, buy C-2223 today hope, then I went "to sleep. t just under the overcast-and
for real pain-relieving help. 60c, ?L "Over at the field, six of the Mindanao -
r Caution: Use only as directed. First had from Del another-and another. I counted B.FGoorjchdIRRITATIONS
f bottle purchase price is refunded gang come up eight, so it must be a Fortressbutno
Monte coming in two and three at f
/: it you are not satisfied. Get O2223. / wl ninth. Instead, at the very'end
: a time and landing on the two-thou-
of these eight I saw a dark objectgo
sand-foot strip of runway which was hurtling into the ground. One of
: all that remained of Clark Field.
., kVEGETABLELaxative our Forts, but whose? I didn't find
Then they had been pulled off into
/ out until evening that it was Colin
dispersed[ areas while they were Kelly. He'd been out there follow-
and loaded with bombs.
gassed up ing his briefing that I'd heard that
For ,Headache The[ pilots of this half-dozen were
morning, which was to attack Jap
,'i Sour Stomach now assembled while the Colonel t
y -I and Dizzy The air raid bell sounded and transports and their naval escorts. OF
gave them their targets, and towering SKIN.
Spells when He'd laid a direct hit square on thevery EXTERNAL CAUSE
over the group was Colin Kelly. those guys dived out of the truck. '-
1; caused by Con- "Colin biggest target any pilot could Acne pimples eczema, factory dermatitis

stipation. Use was photographing every the P-40 had six of. them and when hope for and had been on his way ,simple ringworm tetter, salt rheum
word in his mind. He looked tired
onlyasdirectedsf home-had been about to let down bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken-
r4,- 15 doses for from flying all night, had had littleif they speak, they do all the talking. out skin. Millions relieve itching, burning
only 10 cents. any sleep-his ordinarily neat uniform "Remember all this time Buzz through that overcast onto Clark and soreness of these miseries with
smeared with hadn't dumped his bombs. They Field-when two Jap fighters, who simple home treatment. Goes to work at
was grease as had been hanging on ever since he once. Aids healing, works the antiseptio
I though he'd been working on his might easily have cost him his life, way. Use Black and White Ointment onlyas
engines himself-and we had time but his job was to get to Lingayen left the convoy, hit him. They puta directed. IDe, 25c, 50c sizes. 25 years'

only to exchange waves as he head Field, where he had a rendezvous lucky incendiary into his oxygen success. Money-back guarantee. Vitalin
t and of course it started to cleansing is good: soap. Enjoy famous -
ed for his plane to load his bombs with Lieutenant Russell Church. soaked in Black and White Skin Soap daily.mIIIIII.
burn like cotton gasoline.But .
and I climbed up into the tower. "As he approached Lingayen, first
,Shoulder a Gun- "Presently there comes scootingin he saw Russ, who fell in on his Colin wasn't rattled. He gave

, r Or the Cost of One U one of those little low P-26's that wing, and then he saw his target the regular orders ifor the over other the interphone

; were used by the Filipino Air Forcean -all those Jap planes on the ground system eight h
BUY WAR BONDSTo like it boys of his crew to climb into their I
old stick-and-wire job with non- lined up just was for an

retractable landing gear which is ordinary peacetime Saturdaymorning chutes and abandon ship.

practically a museum piece. I give inspection. I want you to get "Now a part of this procedure ina

relieve distress of MONTHLY him the green light, because I can this-to see it ,isn't only the American Fortress is that the pilot must be 'ENCYClOPEDIA AMERICANA JpTHEFLYAttJA

see he is already so full of bullet Air Force which gets caught the last to leave. It's the same, in rL
female! WeaknessAlso the Navy, except that it's,sometimes '.
holes I don't see how he can stay in with its pants down and its suspen- .y
the air-and out jumps this little ders trailing. 'just a gallant gesture, particularlywhen INTERMEDIATE HasT

,,',' ( Fine Stomachic Tonic) Filipino fighter pilot. All he wantsis "They started the long glide down, the captain can't help much FORD15EAJE6ERM5WHICH- GErt++i
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com by staying, and if the ship does go jS
pound Is more gas and more bullets for his circling the field, and then Buzz
? relieve periodic under him he can float
:,i", pain and accompanying nervous, little .30-caliber gun, and he's back peeled off and started in on them. down away '. DEVELOP IN
in his life
weak, the bridge jacket ,
tired-out feelings-when due air for follow but from '
to functional up in the more of it. Russ was to at a good a
monthly disturbances. and pretty soon someone's giving ITS BLOOD TO THE
Taken regularly-Plnkham's Com- "Everybody was jumpy-we didn'tknow distance, so he wouldn't pick up in ,
/ pound helps build up resistance what minute the Japs would his propellers the fragments of Jap him a slug of rye and a brisk rub- kf POINT'WHERE THEY
against such wardroom of another
annoying in the ,
symptoms down
Plnkham's Compound Is made come back. I watched one truck planes tossed up by Buzz's frag ARE VIRULENT-

especially for women it helps na Hat was wandering around the field bombs. ship. ,
ture and that's the kind of medicine "But in the Air Force it's 'the '
to,buy Follow label directions. with a gang filling up bomb craters. "So down they went-Buzz first,
Because if Fortressis 'a'
Suddenly the air-raid bell sounded, then Russ just skimming the field. real McCoy. a 'WHEN

ii LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE and those guys dived out of the truck As the first target came into sight on fire, somebody has to stay on INTRODUCED ..

i in direction to for foxholes Buzz let first one and then the the stick to keep her level and right ,
... every run go other INTO THE :$: I4J'CIRCULATION ;
while the eight make
leaving the driverless his up
truckto other of 30-pound fragmentationbombs
'.. their jumps. That somebody is the / 1 ;
wandering back his :
; keep right on over onto and looking over
:<: its nose in a shell crater. shoulder he saw old Russ was just pilot, and that's one of the things OF MAN ORbEAST -
"That morning him. you must be ready to do in orderto 11\\ 1 J.
behind Buzz wenton
our fighters (yesterday's coming in <:;; \
:. raid had left maybe fifteen across the 'field and then pulledup wear those pretty silver wings on xIi

{ out of the two dozen which had sharply,to watch Russ' bombs go your chest that the better- \ uDON'T

<, bee on Iba Field) were doing a right down the line. Russ' tail was upholstered girls stare: at in the
magnificent job. And learning, too on fire from Jap ack-ack, and he better-upholstered bars.

lAUGH,fAT,TALK,FREE -this was their first day of real knew it, but he stayed dead on his "Well, Colin stayed on the stickas

OF EMBARRASSMENTIt's fighting, and there is just a hell ofa run, making direct hits on those his plane dropped with its oxygen Catd wfI .
lot about war' that system flaming, and all eight got
so easy to enjoy all- you can't find neatly lined-up Jap planes and then 'A
day confidence wlfen in any book and that they can't -Buzz still watching-Russ pulledup out, and I suppose carefully countedone .

your plates are held in place by this'"comfortcushionadentist'sformula. teach you in maneuvers. Buzz Wag- at the end of the field in a slow thousand-two thousand-three ANGLEF00T

; ner, the best fighter of them all, half-roll and-went in. Buzz says it's thousand like it says in the, book,

i. Dr. Wernet's vent sore gums. would have told you that. just possible Russ was able to bail before they pulled their cords and

t Powder lets you Economical; "Buzz, with a single P-40, had out-he couldn't wait to be sure, for their chutes blossomed. It's the old reliabU that never fail*.

enjoy solid foods, small amount done a job that ordinarily would be now he was getting ready for his sec- "But by the time the last one was Economical not rationed For sale alhaidware.

avoid embarrasslasts longer. assigned to an entire squadron. (A ond run, all alone. He came in on out, and Colin got his own chute on drug and grocery stores.t .
of loose
plates.went Helps pre- pleasant 3.Pureharmless, fighter squadron is 25 planes.) Buzz had this second\ pass through the Jap and opened his top escape-hatch win- \

tasting. been sent out in the early morn- ack-ack with his six .50-calibers dow above that fume-filled cockpitand

Alldivgg sts-30 .Moneyboelc if not delighted ing full of ammunition for his six: .50- pounding away at those parked crawled up through it-well, he T

caliber guns and with 30-pound fragmentation planes-some were already burning cleared the plane all right, but he 1

." bombs. from the bombs he and Russ had was so close to the ground that he OWJPacel [ s

"He was out over the sea northof dropped-crossed the field once, and never had a chance to crack his zrN.f

Luzon, sitting on the overcast, had banked to come in for a third chute. Z SHEETS 5.LP ruarfohd

when suddenly a terrific ack-ack bar- pass when Jap tracers began whiz- I TO BE CONTINUES) ?


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corn starch. dampened in cold water. Apply it
Released by Western Newspaper Union. VALE
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with crushed
newspaper, then rub
Released Western Newspaper Union.
GENE Sarazen, one of the few JESSE L. LASKY has crowded by To remove the mark made from I the iron on a clean cloth and it''

professional golfers known for *- enough adventure, romance and BENDIX, star striking a match on painted surface will'be much improved.

" his ability and willingness to express color into his years as musician, WILLIAM Blue network's : rub a cut lemon over the e a

himself, is emphatic in the gold miner and showman to be a ol mark and wash as usual.
airshow "The Life
prime rival of Mark Twain and Sunday Those who wear glasses or gog-
belief that golf is due for some of *
the greatest changes ever*(known to Sergt. Alvin York, two of his recent Riley, and the movies' "The gles' know how distressing it is to

',' a sport. picture heroes. Hairy Ape," showed that he When washing baby's bonnet, have the lenses become cloudy

.2 Jesse produced the, first feature- had lost none of his sales ability dry it over an inverted mixing and blurred. If they are cleaned
He made his clear
feelings quite length: picture made here 'way backin when he operated a booth bowl of the proper size. The lacy every morning with soap and hot ""
recently upon the completion of a skull of the water will seldom
tour of 1913.. It was titled recently at the bazaar for the new caps teen-agers can they need clean-
army camps.
"The Squaw be reshaped the same way. A ing during the day. Rinse them
in San Fernando
Birmingham hospital -
;: "They're using golf now as a main Man," starred Valley. Bendix's booth, which plate is good for reshaping the well and dry with tissue paperor

I feature of a program for the rehabilitation Dustin Farnum, beret style. a soft clean absorbent cloth.
l- : IV sold unrationed groceries, did more
of the soldier, and that and directedby
was Business than other. "Nothin'astrange
I means we'll have thousands of new Cecil B. De any : ,',,,. '
about that, remarked Willam. -
golfers around the landscape. With
"I sold groceries for a livin'long
; the influx of new players the great r acl
Lasky guid- [ before I thought of becomin'an .
change is bound to come. *
actor. ,

... Specifically, Sarazen stated that 1

the days of swanky country clubs, ., ....-...- The jig-saw puzzle photos which !

..) with costly initi- Jesse L. Ann Miller sent to servicemen fans
r ation fees and stiff Laskyed
had aftermath. "I
J ;j an unexpected

JI Ji i I dues, will be a thingof .. :N the destiniesof ........ ____ u_'U"__U"u______
the past within a it0
JI few hundreds of Pattern 831 contains transfer pattern of
years after the
I stars, has lost 2 bibs, necessary pattern pieces for suitsIn
war is over. Only a and remade two sizes 1. 2, 3 or 4 (all in one pattern);
comparative few directions. '
fortunes, butdoesn't
country clubs will y// Due to an unusually large demand and ;'
be left. Golf will lose ,his ; i 831A current war conditions slightly more times .,
be brought to the Cecil B. DeMille friends. Rt required in filling orders for a few of
a Three years ago : the most popular pattern numbers. !
r little fellow and the
his career seemed at a dead end. Send your order to: j jI
" remaining pri- jI
'" \, Then he joined Warners and made 4 I
vate ClUbS will have
r. Sergeant York," "The Adventures Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
+ Gene Sarazen to public
encourage of Mark Twain," and "Rhapsody in 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, HI. !
courses to provide"feeders"
" for membership roles. Blue. Now his career is again at a IE; Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to i
peak, which proves it's possible for'' cover cost of mailing) for Pattern 'I
We string along with Sarazen in
a man to be successful 31- years in a No...............
this matter. Quite a few of the cut-throat business and still retain _
< '- ultra-ultra courses are almost de- the respect and affection of coworkers Name .......:....................... "

. : void of players and only a few.miles and the community. Address ............................. ;
away the public fee courses are ANN MILLERgot !1
crowded. Lasky in AlaskaBut ,
your photo," one corporal wrote
The Private Courses before he and his associates the star of Columbia's "Battle-
,started putting Hollywood on the ? MONEY CAN'T BUY
ship Blues, "but one of your partsis
4' This is not a criticism of private map Lasky had cut himself a sliceof \\S aspirin faster-acting, more dependablethan
'. courses.: There is no reason to criticize : show business. It all started witha ;; genuine pure St. Joseph Aspirin.world's ,
largest seller at 10j{. Why
,i< '. I' pay
them. But the is he because he want-
: handwriting cornet bought The formation of Bing Crosby 3r.. toc more? Big 100 tablet size for only 35.
a, on the wall-the public course is ed to play in the San Jose boys'
Productions, Inc., just had to hap-
: coming: into its own. The private band. Lasky was 12.
pen; it was one of the few fields
.;'. course: has seen its best days. The Lasky's father died shortly before left. Bing had made his name in

: : reason, as usual, is financial. Dur- the turn of the century, leavinghim pictures, radio, sports, phonograph ;

ing the past few decades golf has the sole support of his mother records. He organized, at his own f it I If
been The laborer and sister. When discovered
an expensive game. gold was -
entertainment units to tour
.. ''- and the white collar worker ,in Alaska in 1900 young Jesse army expense camps.; He's chosen "The _________\__ /
haven't for the been joined the .
most part, stampede.The "
Great John L., the story of JohnL.
'" ;- able to afford he his hands
to play. only gold got on
Sullivan, as his first story, Frank SUNSUIT for sister, givingthe
... The most serious blow to expen- was what more fortunate miners Tuttle as his director, United Art- sun a chance, blossoms out 1

sive golf layouts came with Ute de- showered into the orchestra pit of ists as releasing agent. into a sunflower, and brother'sgoes l ootq fp
the cheap theater where he got a ..
pression. The rich failed to get --r---" mannish with its chu-chu bib
richer and the treasuries of all too job as cornet player.
; Like another star in color. The tots will love
When he got back to San Fran- many Gary gay
many clubs were exhausted. Mem- has been bitten the them!
cisco he discovered his little sister Cooper by producer
berships declined and slow to
bug. He made known his
had grown up and could play the
pick up again. The demand for daily
movies while
yearning to produce
cornet too. The two started
; : fee courses continued to grow.
duets, and in short order Lasky had filming "Casanova 'Brown"; Inter- So Crisp-SoTasty
,Another change is due-the cost his first vaudeville act- worked out. national promptly signed him up on

of playing the game will be reduced. From .performing he turned to a dual producer-actor contract.
Sarazen has his ideas that ""E--
own on ---i
staging acts. Soon he was in the '
T score: big time and making his first for- The new issue of the March of ttkpp

'There is no reason why a set of tune. It didn't take him long to Time brings to the screen an exclu-

:''s clubs for the average golfer should lose it. sive story, "Underground Report,"

WlK'a cost.more than $30. They don't have which shows how the people of Ger- .

&. to be hickory-headed clubs. What's A Super-Dud many and their 'conquered victimsare

ui<<, wrong with glass heads, plastics and. The Folies Bergere of New York living. It is compiled from Nazi "RCEKRISPIESThe

things like that? The price of balls turned that trick. Lasky planned it films recently captured in Europe,

'i_ will have to be cut. The new ,crop as a super-show to give New Yorkers as well as from film footage smug-
of golfers will demand these things a chance to watch a lavish musi- gled out by the Underground. Grains are Great foods"- ;1'J

-and get them." cal show while being wined and 1E-- Kellogg's Rice Krispies equal the 7

'; dined. The public stayed away. It Some serviceman overseas will whole ripe grain in nearly all the 'Ill r %t"::

$ About Leo Diegel cost him $110,000, his total fortune.A see his baby for the first time when protective food elements declared "z ''II1fJ

i,;' Sarazen's reference to golf's role California mission signboardgave "Three's a Family" is released. essential to human nutrition. 117'IJJiJ ( >;.. .., w

in the rehabilitation of (the soldier him the idea for an operetta Producer' Sol Lesser intends givinga ,,( 'II J: ....
\\'t brings to mind the case of Leo called "California." Lasky got Cecil featured role in the comedy to a ";''""""."tt...'J;1 .'" .

tf* Diegel, another well known profes- De Mille to write it. That was the six-months-old child, preferably one -
8 yC sional. beginning of an historic association."California" who was born after his or her father -

fr- -, Diegel has suggested a plan for was a hit. So were sailed. It is Lesser's custom to 'i'i't "
'> send a 12-millimeter film abroad for
'j the rehabilitation of the wounded Lasky-De Mille musicals. The ex-

$jr and the mentally ill to the PGA, the cornetist was riding high again- the men to see before the pictureis 1:

', '*" paid golfers' ,union. His plan came and becoming restless. released here.

t -, from the British, who have found The Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play :K t,

that golf has a psychological and company was the result of that rest- The most exclusive theater circuitin l...
'"- therapeutic value that does not exist lessness. De Mille and Samuel Gold- the world is that founded in Holly- ,
i5 in other another fellow wood Laraine Day other {j
any sport. wyn, young begin- by ; mem-
_a t ,''-: "It won't be long before we'll have rung to cage into the ShOW business, bers are Cary Grant, Deanna Dur- APiI 't'

I ':, our share of these cages," reasoned were Lasky's partners. The new bin, Lou Costello, Alice Faye and j

t' Diegel, "50. why not be prepared enterprise was to make motion pic- Tyrone Power, who's non-active .};,

.. for the inevitable?" tures. while in the service, of course. Each ;4

"The Squaw Man," their first, wasa member has a theater and exhibits .
y'. The result is that the first golf great hit. Adolph Zukor, head of 16-mm. prints of movies in whichhe i. i JI BM*"' BAKERS

r :' course designed for convalescents is Famous Players, wired Lasky his or she has appeared. Miss Day HINTS FOR HOME

.\ now nearing completion. It is a nine- congratulations.The will soon be showing "That Hunter a
hole course on the grounds of the Dessert//
'- two rivals joined forces. In Girl. Grand
Valley Forge General hospital, July of 1916 their companies be- --7 Hotflnd Snowy-Here's a

just outside of Philadelphia. The came Famous Players-Lasky. Great The tour Lily Pons and Andrew 4gatmake

. hospital is government, owned, but names made great' pictures. Kostelanetz are making through the t/JIS/J 6iscuils with Fdsd1mll11's.yellowkM ,
the government supplied only the is to
Persia-Iran-Iraq area
land. Benefit golf competitions were 'Lives of Great Men-' last from six to eight weeks. Miss YeI1sf{r EXTRA vh zmins. J

held to raise money and it wasn't The great depression claimed Pons will sing the arias that we've '

,. long before Diegel and his helpers Jesse Lasky as one of its victims.His all,heard her do so often on the air, r SNOW BISCUITS '
had raised enough funds to build the fortune gone, Lasky resignedfrom her husband will direct the soldier
,. course. Paramount in 1932. orchestras and will play piano duets 1%2 cups teaspoons sugar *cup lukewarm water shortening ,
Diegel is the sparkplug of the It was a twilight of the Titan, but with Carolyn Gary. Frank Versaci, 9 % teaspoonsalt 1 tablespOon d

PGA's efforts to nationalize the i. since that he'd found more pictures the fourth member of the USO y and salt. DissOlve yeast in lukewa.nn water.

idea. The plan is simple. The PGA he wanted to produce. Pictures that troupe, accompanies Miss Pons on Sift together flaw sugar Add melted shortening- Dough will be soft. 1 1

would serve as the planning unit- would tell in personal histories the the flute and also plays solos. 's Add to dry 1Dgredients.bow and knead dough quickly and lightly untU'smooth

A' the clearing house and local' true story of this country, where -n,,, ;c Turn out'on floured Roll out 'i Inch thick. Cut with floured biscuit*

groups would take over, just as in poor boys become famed immortals. Anne Seymour, who stars as tt and etastc.greased pan' Let rise until doubled in bulk,about abOut 20 !
Place on 4250 F.
S,7k cutter. a.t
Philadelphia. Once the units were Warners shared his belief in that "Prudence Dane" in NBC's "A hour. Prick toP with tork. Bake in hot oven with home-made jam,
hot .
completed they would become a gov- type of yarn, so Lasky joined them, Woman of America," has just received S 1Jl1nutes.Makes 16 two-inch biscuits.Serve !
ernment operation. and his first was "Sergeant York," her Stage Door Canteen.pin 4' jelly or preserves for a supper dessert treat 1 I
a tale of a Tennessee farmer who fe
for two years' service. She worksin
Very little thought has been givento Suv i ii
became a great war hero; then "The the kitchen, making coffee-and
healing The
s ;-::- emphasis sports as has a been on agency.sports for Adventures of Mark Twain" a riverpilot's maintains a production schedule. of : FLEISCHMANN'S RECIPE BOOK I
rise to literary fame: and about 400 an hour. i R "
morale. The government is begin- cups NEWLY REVISED OR'WARTIME"! .
"Rhapsody in Blue, the life of the --
., ning to realize the value of ath- Clip and pasta oa a penny .
letics rehabilitation and late George Gershwin, the east side Maurice Costello, father of those poit cord lot your free copy Name I '
as a ,agent
lad whose music will live forever. two beauties, Dolores and Helen, is w of Flenrfimann'i newly revised I
several have been into "
programs put "The Bread Basket
effect. And how about the story of the appearing in "Heavenly Days," the f ;I', Dozen of easy recipes for Mdrett .1,
tootin' cornet player called Jesse Fibber McGee and Molly picture.All bread rolls deMerts.Address I A
But it wasn't until' Leo Diegel got has he in Stnndard8randsGrendCeaTemtorCity r.uat7 I
Lasky-or tooting the oth-
other movie stars owe him a tral Anne Box 477. New ;
1 underway that golf got any official er fellow's horn, forgotten how to lot; screen players'were anonymous York 17 N. V. 'StP I IA '

attention. toot his ovm? Ull he made Vitagraph star him. -

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Price Panel Board Father And Son blows.armies are now initiating crushing? I Lt.. Ward I.r'ceived'invItations tion. to the ordina-

Has New MemberJohn I Program On Sundayi "Over heaa-vast allied air fleetsof (Continued traM page 1) .
i bombers and fighters have been
i waging a bitter air war over Ger- beets and Brussels sprouts I T. M.
Ketti, chairman of the afternoon at Sugarland many and western Europe. They In one of his last letters he said' : WEEKLEY'SFURNITURE ...
Clewiston Price Panel board announces ;! Park the Community Church will 'that he wanted to congratulate Co- :
have had two major objectives; To
this week that W. N. Mar. have a fattier and son get-together. burn Moore on winning the DFC and
destroy German and war industries -
tin has been appointed a member of The program will feature a softI said that the war news they were STOREDealer
which maintain, the German
this board.A I ball game between the fathers and 1 getting sounded much moro promising -
armies and air forces; and to shoot '
regular meeting of the Price sons of the church, a variety ; for the Germans were expecting -
the German Luftwaffe out of the in NEW and USED
night,i for the youngsters and short an invasion at any time.
Panel will be held Tuesday games
air. As result German production
June 20, nt the office of the ration I entertainment numbers. A weiner: I i has been whittled continuously andthe' ,He asks for warm gloves and /
board. I roast will provide refreshment. clothing for the next winter when
German fighter force now has
The committee in charge of arrangements the next package from home is sent Buy Sell or Trade
I only a fraction of its former pow- I
is ,composed of Dr. W. but is sincerely hoping that he
Another Successful I I i er. This great air campaign, Btra-
D. Wylie, C. E. Gericke, Rev. DavyC. ) won't be there for another winter. Spring Construction Velnor
and tactical, will continueI
I tegic
Mrs. Frank, Conkling) i Upholstery Room
Dance At Cadet ClubThe Hancock, -- Living
1 I with Increasing power.
.Robbins.I Suite
and Mrs. Joe Elmo

Wednesday; night dance at I RATIONING NOTES I Official Minutes- New Cotton-Felt Mattresses
I ,_
the Cadet Club was a very success (Continued from Pago 1))
years an employee of the United Good Used Lawn Mowers,
ful affair again this week. I Third quarter "T" coupons for: I
excellent attendanceof (Continued from Page 1) States Sugar Corporation In Clewis-
There was trucks and taxis are
cadets and young ladies as dancing I gasoline the I Motion by Evers seconded by ton, employed at the ,Sugar House Next To Carson's Store
being prepared at this time by
but the high light of Poole that a standing committee be for one session, and as timekeeper LaBclle Florida
partners local ration board office. They maybe ; I I
arrival of a I appointed composed of the Chairman at Liberty Point until he left to en-
the evening was the called 'for at the office between I I
J. Davidson Commissioner ter the Society of Jesus in the fall
Clewiston. couple with a large box" the 24th of June and the 1st of.. O. and I
of homemade cookies enough to provide July. Asa Townsend, to take care of 1934. Many friends here have 1w I I

wished. of any business that may arise be- ,
with all they r
everyone Applications for renewal of fuel mnm .v.rr.r. n.w..w.w
thoughtful act was greatly ap; tween the State Road Departmentand
This water
j oil rations for heat and hot '
the County. Motion carried.
preciated. for the season 1944-45 are being NOTICENotice ,-I
I receiving R. M. Harris, County Judge, sub .
I mailed this week. Those
mitted his report of fines and cost
Prison Guards Top these applications are urged to fill
adjudged to the county for the is hereby given that the following lands or so much thereof as will
out the forms and return to the month be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the sam=,
Soft Ball StandingsThe Board as, soon as possible.Westminster of May. together with the cost of such, sale and advertising, will be sold at public I
R. N. Miller, Tax Collector, sub- auction on the third day of July, A. D. 1944, beginning at twelve o'clock noon
mitted his report of license issued at the City Hall of the City of Clewiston, Florida. '

Clewiston Softball League I Fellowship 1 for the month of May ." R. Y. PATTERSON, Tax Collector
goes into its tenth week of play with The County Canvassing Board I City of Clewiston.

the Prisoner of War guards perched Holds Regular MeetingsThe submitted their report of the nomi LOT :!): ': .. ,. rBLOCK OWNER TOTAL

comfortably on top of the standings nees for the May 23rd Primary Elec- 23 :"' -;i ', : 22 J. E. Beardsley _____._.,.__._,..__? 5.36
with nine victories and no losses. Westminster Fellowship of :31 ';:1i.:i: I ..,: .- _. .26 J. E. Beardsley _____-"-__ 4.57
The league is composed of teams tion.There further business 8) .. .;.? .' 4..,' 139 C. E. Miner: .._ ; _._..__ 4.57
being no '
Churchhas :: .
the Clewiston Community 4 ; 152 First Bank of ClewTston __ 29.78 ,
from Clewiston and Riddle Field been holding regular Sunday before the Board it was upon mo- 31 ';. t... 161 Unknown -.-_____._______ 3.18 M
and is under the direction of H. I. tion seconded Ether- 7 :,fi\: ', r'. '. 107 J. E. Beardsley, Agent ____._ 4.96
by Evers by \ '
night meetings for young people of 14 < :' .' 172 J. E. Beardsley, Agent ._____..._ 4.9S>>
Robinson. school and junior high age ton called and carried that the 2 \ "; ;';"; '; 173 J. E. Baker .....__.__.____.____ 4.9C
The standings are as follows: II high Board Monday' June 3,, 4 F ., .:-. ..' 17R Ruth R. Beardsley ___._.__ 5.96
who wish to attend. recess 21 & 22 ,'- -" 176 Ruth R. Beardsley ___..___ 13.90
PW guards won six, lost none, 1.000 1944. 24 ,' ;.''' ,- Si 176 Ruth P.. Beardsley ._,___._____ 7.94
Its purposes, according to Rev. ,, ; _...._______
pct. Harvard won six, lost one, pct. i O. DAVIDSON, 29&30 (;. 176 Mrs. E. A. Stone 7.94
; David C. Hancock, sponsor, is to J. 34 & 35 '. 170 Unknown __..______...__....._ 7.94
.857; Bolts! won six, lost three, pct. and I Chairman 36; .',. .f,. .5 176 Ruth R. Beardsley _............_.___ 4.96

.667; High School won eight, lost I promote fellowship.Christian The programs'character consist! WILLIAM T. HULL, 25 17 .,.,},..;. "!\ ..,.'..::,.:,,."> :, ,. ,203 202 .J.Ernest A. Schindler O. Armstrong_.__._._________ 4.37 4.96
lost M
four, pet. .667; USSC won two, Clerk. 6 .: 5 -" 201 A. E. Oliver __.___ 4.96
lost : of Bible reading, a lecture by Rev.I :,',. ,:' '. 204 Anderson
seven, pet. .222; Nuts won two, .. 8 a .. :Mary G. __ 5.96
'lost 'Hancock, general discussion by the, 22 : fh,:;,".: ;f,.. 355 J. W. Sutphen __.._ 1.79
ont, pct .250; Yale won I 44 ,,.'.;y : 35t; William A.. Cahill 1.79
seven, pet. .222; Link won two, ..lost. members, singing and refreshments. 4 :. :'!;: 358 J. E. Beardsley, Agent _____ 3.97
Sherwood Hall is president of 1 & 2 .",,a:, l:: .% 359 John W. Hepworth Est. '______ 3.97
eight, pct. ..200.Father's I Look TheFuture 32 & 33 .j:", t" :' 360 O. E. Galloway .__________ 7.94 l.
__--- : the group and Jo Ann Long is vice- to' 44 & 45 t' :'':'' :. ":- 360 Stokes Murphy ...-._____.__ 9.93
president. Plans are now being 1 & Eli of 2 ;..h. "J ; 363 J. B. Sigler ________ 27.80 P
Day ProgramAt attend 18 ,,4; ',' 372 C. T. Clark ________ 2.78
II formuated for members to 13 & 14 ""., :\ 377 L., L. Shirley _____ 31.77
Church 'the state conference for junior Jiigh 15 .'i ," 377 P.. A. Lilly ________, 4.96
Baptist 32 & 33 ;' 377 Darnell Smith _______ 21.84
students at Lake Alfred. 15 451 G. E. Etherton .______.__ 37.72
---:- I i 12, 13 & 14 495 Ruth P.. Beardsley ____ 34.15Today9
Father's Day will be used as a.' RUTH CLASS MEETS June 2, 9, 16, 23.

the morning service Sunday --
., at the Baptist Church and an

attempt is being,, made to have as The Ruth Class O.f the Baptist After The War 1

: many men as women and children I Church met at the home of Mrs. I s F U N HIG I RAM By Peters I r

'. '. present. Special recognition will be Carl Anderson on Monday night for You Will Want To '
oldest and the youngest J..,
:i given to the the regular monthly 'business and

father present social meeting.Mrs. -c" Riding a "gravy train"
: The regular meeting of the Baptist Fred Topper had charge of Build A HomeIt I -

}I:' Training Union will be held the program and Mrs. A. A. Anderson couldn't be more pleasing

:Sunday night. Its purpose is to devotional, choosing asi
i. gave the I-S
n' >' S : than riding in 'a car we'vejust
'train young and old in the duties of I i her subject, "The Sermon On the Will Pay You To ls"r /

f church membership. Classes are Mount." After a short business r.. overhauled.

[f': divided into four- groups with Joe ,session Mrs. Arch Hodges gave an

1"f" 'Elder .in charge. Four types of II I interesting Bible quiz. Buy Your Lots 4

programs are given each month,I Refreshments of cake, jello and HENDRYY3

devotional, Bible study, doctrinaland I Cola was .served and a social hour NOWCLEWISTON

missionary. j I enjoyed. Those attending were: 1 COUNTY

Mrs. F. R. Cumberland, Mrs. Fred 1Vct ) S. I

.PRISON GUARDS LOSE TWO Topper, Mrs. E. F. Phillippi, Mrs. .: t.. y MOTORS

Arch Hodges, Mrs. D. L. Lamer, n.,
The Prisoner of War Guard Detachment 'Mrs. F. L. Tanner, Mrs. W. R. ) L w qo 4
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was defeated in two Broaderick, Mrs. A. A. Anderson,, r 55U ,: ...
diamond ball games at Sugarland" Mrs. H. C. Meador and Mrs C. J. ):

Park field Sunday afternoon, their Johnson. REALTY :t9 I

first losses this season. In the first I ,

game Buckingham Field of Fort Roosevelt Urges and DEVELOPMENT

Myers defeated them 7 to 2 and in
"How much will a couple of tickets cost
the second Clewiston High School I CORPORATION "
held at 10-1 lead when rain cut (Continued from Page C) for a ride on the Gravy Train?"
? i 'short the game. three years ago. Great soviet

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