The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01002
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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 30, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:01002
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Degrees Here SundayThose Victim of ParalysisEdgar

residents who expressedthe Johnson, father of four- _
. belief that Saturday and Sun- year-old Stevie Johnson of Benbow

IN AIR SCHOOL day were the hottest days of the STORE GRANTEDAt Camp, stated yesterday morningthat TOLD BY SPEAKER

year were not only right but prob- West Palm Beach doctors had

ably right for several years back for changed their diagnosis of: Stevie's

.,< The sale of: his interest in the on Saturday the mercury climbedto a special meeting of the City illness and that he definitely does I Capt. H. R. Arnold, officer in
..:.. Embry-Riddle School of Aviation the century mark at the Town- Commission held Tuesday 'after- not have infantile paralysis. I charge of the 572nd Prisoner of

; In Miami, in Carlstrom and Dorr site station and came right back noon at four-thirty in the Cadet Stevie was taken ill the middle of War Detachment at Liberty Point,
: 101 The Club of the City Hall, the com- I was most interesting speaker at
Fields in Arcadia and in Riddle Mc Sunday to climb to degrees. room last week and on Saturday was takento a
r, Kay Aero College here was announced minimum reading shown here Sat- missioners'- heard a number of citizens West Palm Beach for the regular meeting of the Kiwanis

:' in Miami last Saturday by John urday night was 74 degrees whichwas protest the issuance of a pack tion. Doctors at once examina-I' Club on, Wednesday evening. Capt.

; Paul Riddle, president of the com- somewhat cooler than at some age store and bar license to the Palm I case 'as infantile paralysis Arnold was introduced by Arch. ,

. ,pany. The purchaser of his inter- stations. Beach Liquor Stores of West Palm I gan treating him for this disease. Simmons.

est was John G. McKay, vicepresident Eastern Division ,stations of the Beach but voted to grant the licensa I However on, Tuesday they reconsid- The ,speaker said that at present

of the company and legal sugar corporation showed a max- after considerable discussion.The ered this diagnosis in view of: the there are .184,000'prisoners of war
meeting was called by MayorE. in the United States, 132,000 be-
counsel. imum reading of 99 degrees Satur- fact that there was too much fluctu-
-, E. Kelly and citizens were ask ing German 300 Japanese and the
In the announcement Riddle stat- day but the minimum that night was ation in his fever but the last report ,
.: ed that he would continue to operate 80 and 81 degrees. ed to, be present and to express yesterday was to the effect that remainder Italians. When they

the various schools temporarily All other stations in the Western their views. There were some although he was considerably, better were brought to this country; they
-', until complete operation could be Division recorded temperatures of thirty-five visitors present and were placed in several large intern-
the trouble had not been learn
taken over by McKay and his as- from 97 to 99 degrees/on Sunday twenty-three of them were recordedas ment camps and given serial num-

;sociates. Any changes in admin- but the Clewiston reading was the objecting ,to the issuance of a ed. bers and inoculations the same as

istrative personnel will be announced only one during this unseasonable license for another liquor store in'' Examination showed an infection are given U. S. soldiers. They were

.:\:f later by McKay. period o'heat which reached 100 Clewiston. The group of men who in one lung' and doctors say, that later split into smaller groups and
/ Riddle stated that he would con- degrees. sought the license presented ape-I'' of the five groups located in Florida -
this might either have been caused
: centrate his efforts on the opera- Some relief was experienced witha tition signed by many of the the camp at Liberty Point furn-
tion of the Technical School of light shower Tuesday afternoonand ing business men asking that the from a cold or from poison from a ished by the United States Sugar

i Aviation for the Brazilian Air Min- a heavy rain of .85 of an inch license be granted them. severe boil he had had on one hip. I Corporation is the largest with 310

I ? istry in Sao Paula of which, he is Wednesday.. After everyone had been givenan prisoners quartered there.'

I the sole owner.Completion opportunity to express, an opin- At the camp the prisoners are

of 'contracts to train ion talks were made by Commis- DRIVE FOR SCRAP divided into two groups, privates and 1
I, Army and .Navy flying cadets has sioners W. C. Owen and C. E. Minerin non-commissioned officers. There t tare I
I decreased operations in Miami considerably D. which they set out the position no commissioned officers in the 1

I during the last few months of the commission in the matter. The PAPER TO START camp since, according to the Geneva !

. I but operations there will continue WAGE HEARING HEREON motion was then made, secondedand treaty, no officer is required to I
. I in their civilian1 phase with whatever carried that the application be I work. Even the non-coms are not I

I government business is available. b granted. A second application by HERE JULY 11TH forced to work: and receive the same j!

The 'name of the 'school will be retained NEXT WEDNESDAYThe Arch Simmons for a bar in connection respect from privates that they do I

by the new owners. with his package. 'store was in regular army life. The men here
said he operations rejected.The Citizens of Clewiston 'who have all i
Riddle expects are from Rommel's Afrika Korps, i
.. at his Brazilian school? to, be doubled U. S. Department of Agriculture new company, which operatesa wondered why there has been littleor most of them splendid physical :\

, : ins the, next six months and that heM has announced that a hearing number of bars, in East Coast no action taken here in the sal- specimens but some are military .i

will continue to train instructors will be held here next Wednesday, counties, has purchased the build- vaging of waste paper and who have casualties. They are paid 80 centsa

": I, .for this school in Miami. He hopes, July ,5, beginning at ten o'clock for ing now occupied by the Toulis .I awaited anxiously the opportunity' day plus a ten cent allowance for .t'i!

: later, to provide instructors in aviation the purpose of determining a scaleof restaurant just south of the Sugar to dispose of their scrap paper toilet articles and are paid in cou- '\

\ for other South American coun- 'wages for employees for harvest- Office building and there they will through channels which 'would helpto pons redeemable at the camp PX. '

tries. ing and cultivating sugar cane dur- set up their bar: They stated, also, alleviate the shortage will be, Many of them save their money to

': i, ',', The Embry-Riddle School of ing the'coming crop year.It that, a restaurant would be run in pleased to learn that action has been buy musical instruments and an excellent ,

: I Aviation was established in Oc- is probable, also, that testi- connection with the bar Eddie taken for the collection of paper fourteen-piece orchestra has ''i
here and the first canvass of the .
tober, 1939, starting with one seaplane mony will be taken, as in past Hargrove, owner and manager of been organized.. They can also save 'I
;: 4 and growing 'in five years into years, as to' whether or not contract Eddie's Cafe, has a third interest in town will be made on Tuesday their 'money to be sent to them in i

; ',,:r one of the largest civilian aviation fates for the purchase of cane fromindependentgrovv the new business!; and will, be the morning, July 11. Germany 'after the war is ended. .

h ?' training schools, Jn, the world.,ii rinm. still ,satisfactoey. manager. ", {G. ,H.. Brown,'.manager of Royal's I Their'.ages:.are- much the same as a !
--- ', "afore than 26UOrpb'rsoi7s: { 'have' been' .*r -- 'aifc '., \ i-\:' Grocery, made the salvage plan POS- group of American. 'soldiers and intelligence -

.:?. r. trained,. 'Riddle' stated,' and of that The' school house has been usedin sible when he made arrangements i runs quite high. I''

.. total some 22,000 Army and Navy past years in which to hold this WAR BOND SALES with the Orange Blossom produce The. prisoners, Capt., Arnold said, :

.cadets received their flight and hearing and it is, probable that ''itwill trucks to pick up waste paper to be are divided into two groups, Nazis ,

+ T : .technical training under civilian instructors again be used this year. taken to Lakeland for disposal. and anti-Nazis and he says that I

at five fields and at the The rates are not determined at SPEED UP DURING While awaiting pick-up by trucks ofth'is there are' no antis in the camp here.
line the paper will be stored in I
school. Peak operations They are allowed
.technical hearings, testimony simply to read American
_. .in Miami saw 385 instructors at the being taken by department officials the small building back of Royal's newspapers but most of them refuse -

-1!' technical school with a class of 200 and rates set after this testimonyhas PAST FEW ,DAYS Store.' to believe what they read. They

students being graduated each been careful reviewed. Mayor E. E. Kelly had already have their own community organization

week. offered the 'cooperation of the city with barbers, baker, tailor,
Fifth War Loan Drive pickedup
vice-president The. in this salvage plan through the use cooks, etc.
Besides serving as
Victory TransportIs momentum in Hen-
considerable of trucks to make the collections -
t- counsel for the city They are
and legal subject to the same
week with the
Named In Honor dry County this return ,- if and when an outlet for the
been with discipline
Mr. McKay has co-owner from his vacation of C. V. as U. S. soldiers and may
paper could be obtained so this week choose
Riddle-McKay either
.Mr. Riddle of the chairman and courtmartial or com-
Of Hendry County : Parkinson, county
.Aero College here, the only one of I brisk through plans were made by City ManagerE. pany punishment for misdoings,
.. sales have been very E. Gross the truck
to have city
which is
schools by also
the several now operated -- sales agency in Clewis- provided, by terms of
"- the company training British cadets A brief AP dispatch in Monday's ton according to reports. The First canvass the town for the first time the Geneva conference. Under

One field formerly operated by the daily papers was to the effect ,that Bank of Clewiston reported yesterday on July 11. If the response is as courtmartial they may be sentencedto

F. company at Union City, Tenn., has the SS Hendry, a 455-foot steam sold thirty-five great;! as is hoped than a pick-up.will prison terms in American prisons
having per
been inactivated. turbine gear-propelled victory transport be made each Tuesday morning which would not be ended with the
cent of its 132,000 quota.
had been launched at the Wilmington (Continued on Page 8) ending of the war. Under
Mr. Parkinson, while unwilling to company
< -' California, shipyards of the punishment they may be confined '
School Building say that the quota would be reached -
) California Shipbuilding Corp., and appeared much 'more perturbedover Sgt. McGehee Given to quarters without mail or visitors
christened the SS Hendry after Hen- and fed
Plans Completed on bread
and water for
I { whether the county would reachits Two Citations And
; dry County, Florida. periods not to
quota in Series! "E" bonds than one week at
By Architect Apparently no one in this county a time but which
over reaching. the overall quota. Oak Leaf ClusterS may recur sufficiently -
had been notified! that this was often to
r, ;:' --' ; $78,000 of the county's total make three months
('i :. The board of trustees of the to have been done for every effort $563,000 is for these "E" bonds and a, year. German officers are al- ;r
,Clewiston School District and the has been made to learn more details this purchases in small | Wilbur McGehee, son of lowed free rUn of
means camps on their
f.- this dis- for Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee of Clew- Word ot honor
from reason
>- school board member concerning the so denominations by individuals. not to try to
.. M. Cornette held a meeting this ship so far iston, has received two citationsfor and to date escape :'
:' > trict, E. naming unsuccess- During the week Mr. Parkinsonhas not one has made ;
:.t.; recently with B. H. Keck, Stuart fully. It is presumed, however, contacted a number of superin- meritorious service and the Oak effort: These officers
; t\\:', : architect, to discuss tentative that it 'was done because the county tendents of construction work now Leaf Cluster, according to a letter OUO i. captain $2.0, major paid as II
: F. for school building to has successfully topped all war bond received early this week by his mother and colonel $30
,, plans a new underway here and in every instancehas $4 0 per month and so
,."" -i. accommodate the overflow of pupils quotas which ,are larger in Hendry I been assured of their coopera- on 1'1 1'1f

::' : from the local school. County than in most counties of the ; tion in payroll bond sales, :which Sgt. McGehee is stationed in Eng- Capt., Arnold stated : j

,!;:.. The building would. not be approved country of., 'similar size. the quotas should bring a boost to "E" bond land and has been on several bomb- S. Government had that the U'
built of concrete block been consistently thana missions which hewas believe every reason to
,', i/- unless having more sales. About one-third of the quotaof ing on one of that the Germans 1
k' construction and the local half million dollars. The the to return un- up to were living ;
: ., .and steel gov- these has been sold to date. only one the terms ot the J;
'.: ;::; school officials greatly fear that the ernment permits any county or or- The Standard Oil Company ,pur- scathed. He did not reveal the in their Geneva Conference -
:. cost may be prohibitive built dur- ganization which tops a certain chased a thousand dollar bond to actions which earned him the cita- .Prisoners but also stated ot War

.- ... .:, ( ing wartime at current prices of ma- quota to sponsor several types of the credit of Hendry County and tions.It of the prisoners here felt that that'the many

<. .' 'terial and cost of labor. naval craft.Christening. (Continued on Page 8) has been several months since U. S. was soft because it ; ti
t' ,- The building under discussion of the ship was by the family had heard _from_____ :-':.et...-- Mr.---- prisoners so well. treated its

:',. ;:. would have four class-rooms in one Mrs. James K. Herbert, wife of the Is First Gehee and his letter was most wel-
: .section and the other part would Hub Spooner he
port of embarkation commandant. come. Apparently several letters Two :
4-.. Day ,
:4 ': house the lunch room and home I Casualty In Invasion had written failed to come through.He Holiday ':l 'i

'. canning equipment. It would be Service Board Is said that he was well and had Is Planned Here \( ', i
had little the sightsin
a time enjoy
I, built just east of the present build- According to word received the to For ;
: Brought Up To Date England. July Fourth 'e t
ings. It had been hoped that a latter part of last week from Mrs. )

building' of more or less temporary Hub Spooner, who now resides in The ;,
Under the direction of a com- Belle Glade, her husband, former Robert Langley Goes United States Sugar Corporation '-I It
construction could built ,
mittee of G. H. Small G. has
composed Clewiston Chevrolet dealer, was one declared a o-day Independence .
when a larger school building was B. Thomas and J.. W. Ezelle, the of the first casualties, in the invas- To Fort McPhersonRobert Day holiday] .":
provided, could be converted into Kiwanis Club ,is bringing the board ion of Normandy and is now being Tuesday and and \

. boys in service up to date. Since her first notification of his this week for Fort McPherson, community are hoping to follow ,: '.::

RATION BOOKS READY Names of boys who have gone in injury was a personal letter from Ga.,. for induction into military 'suit if arrangements ca'n be made. 'z I

to service since the board was ,erect- him written from the hospital she service. The'' only other inductee This will permit most employees "
'' : The office of the ration board ed are being added' and some cases feels that perhaps his injuries may called was Robert Clayton; Johnson three-day a

'"; announces this week that "T" of misspelled names are being cor- not be too serious. He had little to who has been' transferred to Fort vacation including Sunday i
; rected. Anyone knowing of a ser say about the injuries in the letter Myers and. 'who will' go in the next through Tuesday.. 1
rations for trucks are now ready
viceman's name not on the board is saying only that the landing hadbeen call from there. The only celebration planned here .

: '. and may be obtained by calling at asked to contact Bernard Myers at plenty tough and he got his Wiley Wilson, Jr., (colored) left is the Fourth of July Dance to be -' 1

t,;. '..' the office. These "T" ration books the Clewiston News '' or G. B. too soon to see much of what fol this week for Jacksonville to enter held at the Sugarland Auditorium

'1 cannot be mailed. Thomas. lowed. service with the U. S. Navy. Tuesday night. 'I
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'tPistol-Packin' Fish Shoots '::- !< THE ----

Water at Its Prey Ashore QUEENS DIE CHEERFUL CHERUB' .. "

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The archer fish Southeastern, : PROUDLYZ I

'Asia is prepared for trouble for it ,

carries a gun.,Its weapon consists .WHIT& ?fI"JP/tjt&: W.N.U.'FEATU Awnst pale skies the. ;

''of a tube-like mouth from which it street lights Team
'THUS FAR Lieut. Col. to have refused would insult
THE STORY : course aviators were being assembled for
propel a tiny jet of water accurately And
can Frank Kurtz, pilot of the Flying Fortress them, and yet I didn't dream the evacuation to Australia, where we everything looks
:' for some feet. When the known as "The Swoose," which escaped kind of a deal I was getting into. would get safely back into the air delicate :-
archer sees an insect resting on a from Clark Field, tells of that fatal day The first half-mile wasn't so bad, again.

;plant or other object above, it when 99 the, another Japs struck Fortress In,the is struck Philippines.Old down. and I even thought I was lucky I "I got to Del Monte on March thir- And.Ji5ttul ,

:sneaks up, then shoots, wetting its before It can get off the ground. The wasn't walking and getting sore feet, teenth and we were all ganged up on like. 75. secret a et '.

''prey and causing it to fall into the ground is Uttered with the skeletons of like you do in the infantry. But the field, where we -were expecting dre tn. ,

:water where the archer gobblesit U. S. planes. No lohger safe to sleep In pretty soon I began to realize, first B-17's to carry officers, and men to ftiecasem

up.. the barracks, because Japs are photographing just a little bit, and then more and' Australia. At 9 p. m. we heard the I
Clark Field, cots were moved more, that there are worse things motors of a plane and turned on our
The amount of water which the into the middle of a cornfield. Later, they than
having sore feet. landing lights. But it didn't see :J.:
fish ejects is only a couple of evacuate to Mindanao, and as they arrive "We crashed on the fourteenth of them and kept on going. We didn't JAc4 < f4l
already putting troops
but the "bullet" has speed Japs are December and the twentieth we know
drops ashore on the Island. Squadron Com on it then, but we didn't have Al
and force.Upset. mander Major Glbbs goes out on a secretmission bought an outrigger canoe for fifty priority, for those planes that night
_._ ._ WNU Features.
".AL, and hired natives to sail and
and fans vu return. Harry ociucber pesos were intended to take out General ,
the navigator, takes up the story. paddle us to the island of Panay, MacArthur and his party and their ....

Stomach with me getting a chance to brush up baggage and records-only the Gen-

on my navigating. When we were eral hadn't yet arrived. But we CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
Relieved in minutes or double money backWbenexcessetomuhaddeaueeepainfuleu CHAPTER VI about forty miles from land I noticedthe supposed the'planes were for us.
foeat* skipper of this craft of had
ours "About 11 heard another
m. we
inggas.eoartomachandhcaztbarn doctors tuaaUy p.
"About an hour out of Del Monte,
prescribe the faatest-fioHng mediclnee I known for crawled up into its nose and was plane and snapped the landing lightson
mptometicrelefmodidnnlikethoeefnBelloneeT Wheless drops out of formation -
?blet No UxBtire. Bell-inn brings comfort in a Shorty peering down into the water Why? and this time it saw them and
Jiffy or double TOOT money back on return of bottleSNAPPY -we guess 'it's engine trouble
to IK.ZSc at all druggists. of Well, he explained, there were sup- landed. Out of the Fortress stepped HELP WANTED'IJ
and he can't keep up this posed to be a lot of floating Japa- Lieutenant Pease of our own 19th
climb-and half an hour later Pease.As JVANTED-Men between 35-50 to work as
mines here and he it
we to the rendezvous point nese thought Bombardment Group. 'He told us ci ,men and elevator men In fine resort
come would be all right if we didn't bump the other plane we had heard was e wThlymust be thoroughly sober and
where we're due to make our turn Salary Is $50 and $60 per month
FACTS any of them Godman's-it had got mixed up and plus room and meals. -
and go straight in on our target, LOOKOUT
"The next landed Pa- MOUNTAIN HOTEL
day we on
bumped into the sea. Lookout _
miles Lee Mountain Tennessee.
only thirty-five away,
ABOUT nay, and were told the American "But Pease was immediately
oats: drops out-his motors we can
forces were all ganged up down at called General who WANTED -Experienced and'
I over by Sharp, yard man "
;ee'are weak, he can't make the al ground keeper
for fine
its southern end and when we got resort hotel. Salary
titude. told Pease that General MacArthurhad $60 month together with room and board.
to them we reported to General been delayed, and that the plane LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HOTEL
riJrRUBBER\ "That leaves just my pilot, Jack Chynoweth. Then we really were should wait over a few days until he Lookout Mountain Tennessee.

Adams, and Vandevanter to go on in in for it. Because it seemed the came. WANTED White
and colored waiters for
alone. When we thought there wouldbe old 19th Bombardment Group had "Now Pease didn't want to wait fine resort hotel. Salary, t gththwth ;

Alcohol base butadiene is ex- six planes, we had planned to left Mindanao for Australia; so they over for a single hour of daylight on room perience.and meals.$50 per month
divide into two of three planes LOOKOUT
pected to provide an important flights Del Monte Field, for by that time Lookout. Mountain MOUNTAIN- HOTEL Tennessee.
portion of the each. The flights were to come in ,
synthetic the Jap planes were swarming over
rubber used in the U. S. on the target at three-minute inter-i
the place. Pease knew the Air Force white woman, age 35-
in 1944. One instance where vals and at different angles. 45. to do maid work in fine resort hotel. '
was trying desperately to hang onto
Salary to those with experience $60 per
alcohol and the automobilego "There are just two planes now, I r what few Forts they had left, and month, together with room and board
well together 1 11 LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HOTEL \
so Jack decides he'll pretend he is + realized. that if he stayed over the Lookout Mountain Tennessee.PERSONAL .

Passenger car tire shortage Is expected one flight and Vandevanter will play next day the infantry would make
to continue well Into the like he was the other. The two of him quite comfortable in a foxholeat

summer months, at which time syn- us against this big gang of Jap shipswe the edge of the? field, where he

thetic tires may make their appearance are closing in on. could watch his plane become the Check Up On Yourself. Send lOc coin or
growing numbers.That'swhy Is "So, as agreed on, we come in !1 prize for a Japanese turkey shoot, world stamps for Psychological Chart prepared by.
extreme tire care Important now. famed teacher.Mt.Washington Pubs.
first-flying north to south. But the u M IAii I for Del Monte by this time was as 3SSO-S2 San Rafael, Los Angeles' 31. Calif. ';j'

In 1910 crude rubber sold for overcast is so thick we have to get unsafe as Clark had been, a fact the

an average of $2.06 a poundin down to about 18,000 before we can infantry didn't seem to have quite SAGESage

New York. Since September see the target, and there it is-we're' I grasped."So .

12, 1941, it has been fixed bya glimpsing it and then losing it and Pease explained to Sharp it for seasoning-Fresh ground. $1.50

cents government a pound.agency In 1932 at 22Vi the glimpsing it again through breaks in // t would be all right with him, provided per delivered.pound delivered.J. D. Fuller Sage Mountville.plants 10 for Ga.$1

overage price was 3.4 cents.B.FGddh. the clouds-a row of transports and e{ General MacArthur '''understoodwhat

naval craft escorting them. he was getting into, that he MUSICWHAT

"When we come in on the target, had a fine plane here except that it

I'm down there in the lower jaw. had just come from 'the Java war IS A DOODLE-WHANG?

But now my job as navigator is and was slightly out of repair. It Only lOc
Special price to quantity buyers. Money
temporarily over, so I can leave it was too bad, for instance, that the back if not pleased. Wood Song Publishing -
and go back,to:the bomb bay, where superchargers were out, but he Co., 921 So. Jackson Tulsa 6, Okla.

the bombs are Hanging in racks on hoped he'd be Sble-to: clear the run- f--.

either side of a little aisle. way on the take-off andnot slip off NU'RSERY' STOCK

"Now' the bomb-bay doors are into a cartwheel at the end of it,
Dependable FruIt and Nut Trees-Small fruits
opened, and light comes up around spilling the General's party and all ornamentals and general nursery stock. Com I
all central Mindanao. bined Catalog and Planting Guide Free Cumber
that baggage over -
the bombs. And the bombs
now are land Valley Nurseries Inc.,Mc l1WlTWo,Tonn..
away. I lean over to look down And then, if he did take off,

through the open bomb-bay doors, there was the little matter of his hy-

feeling a little woozy because my draulic system, which had gone badon Whisper Ships

oxygen mask is back by my seat in him, so when he came to land the Whisper ships are gliders which

the navigator's compartment, and brakes wouldn't work, and he mightnot carry.15 fully equipped men, a
Il d just before Jack Adams from his be able to stop when he came jeep and light field equipment.

pilot's seat slammed those bomb- to the end of the runway.
doors closed down be- "Well, General Sharp decided thatit
bay looking
low the belly of*the ship I think I certainly wasn't suitable, and told
?l Pease he'd better get started backto Just be sure to ask for St. Joseph
but then the doors
see something, Aspirin. There's none faster, none .
FOR QUIcK RELIEF slam shut and there is only black- Australia before dawn. stronger.Why pay more?World's largest

wsj ness. So I run back to the naviga- these natives wanted to 'Pease,' I said, 'I'm goin' with seller at 10(5. Demand St.Joseph Asprrin.

tor's compartment, and, boy! there honor me they brought me a donkeyto you. You don't know it, but you gota

A Soothing C A I 1/ET they are-a whole gang of Zeros ride.grabbed. new navigator for this trip. Be-
ANTISEPTIC W M V EL coming up after us. cause I'm not goin' to stay -in this A VEGETABLE
Used by thousands with- us and attached us to a damn place no more.
satisfactory tesuits "There five of them after
for 40 years- ix: valuable ingredi were us Filipino Field Artillery regiment, "Well, Pease agreed to let me LaxativeFor
ents. Get Carboil at drug stores or write -climbing up and in on our tail.
Jack Adams that and
Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville Tenn. giving work out my passage way,
bottom shot down the
gunner and myself a battalion to command, also said he could take off fifteen Headache
nearest one, but the other four kept which we thought was going to be a other planeless aviators if they didn't y ; Sour Stomach

coming in a tight formation. Jack considerable honor, since we were mind the. risk. and Dizzy

Adams began wish-washing our tail only lieutenants. "Now take a look at us in Austra- Spells when
up and down to give our top gun- looked them hours caused by Con
"Then we over. They lia. Exactly forty-eight after stipation. Use:
ners a chance at them-no reason were' all about high-school age. Halfof we arrived the, Australians told us ,; only as directed. "

why the bottom gunner should have them, didn't speak English, and Radio Tokyo had broadcast, 'It is i 15 doses foil
all the fun-and sure enough, the to them to under- the American
the job was get now understood Fly- e only 10 cents.
top gunner picked one out of that stand you. Of course they didn't ing Fortresses are operating from

fliES formation. That left three. know what to do with a rifle, but Batchelor Field near Darwin.' 0

.SHOULD "So then Jack pulled a cute one. this didn't matter, because we had "How they knew it we never

t aALLOWED He throttled back suddenly and one only fifteen rounds of ammunitionper learned for sure-probably from Jap

NEVER BE ......\ Zero overshot us to the left, which man-not enough for an hour's pearl fishermen, who had been ,
made him a clay pigeon for our target practice. thinly scattered along this Austra-

To5HARE z side gunner, who picked him off. "The Field Artillery part of it all lian coast and who when war broke GETAFTER RHEUMATIC PAINWith

"We'd dribbled on down throughthe consisted of the name, plus six out went back and hid in the bush.

bottom of that cloud, and Jack sights for old World_ War French The RAAF (Royal Australian Air a MedicIne that will Prove Itself f., ,

.... was looking for a nice beach to set 75-millimeter field guns. The guns Force) boys would spot their camp- If you suffer from rheumatic pain
:;g her down on. But there wasn't any themselves had been sunk on a sup- fires at night and try to track them or muscular aches, buy C-2223 today. 1.
for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $L,
beach-only. jagged rocks with white ply ship in Manila Bay. The sights down, without much luck. Probably Caution: Use only as directed. First

F -. youR. surf wrapped around them-and we had been shined up and ,were in they had radio senders, and evena bottle purchase price is refundedif
kept losing altitude. prime condition. layman could count our four en- you are not satisfied.:; Get O2223.

: t Th9PRECIOUSBABY; "The hell with ,those, so Jack "We didn't encourage these kids to gines and recognize us as Flying .

... nosed her in toward land, still losing keep their rifles loaded, being afraid Fortresses. WNU-7 25 44

FOODTHERE altitude fast, and then right aheadof that if one of the guns went off in "The country itself is as desolate -

us we spotted a big clump of the dark they would start banging and sparsely populated as the worst

FILTHY, \ ; S trees-about sixty feet high. Well away and shoot each other and parts of West Texas and New Mex-
NASTY there wasn't time for anything buia maybe us, so we gave them bayo- ico, and the most important town 0,

prayer, and not any long ramblingone net practice, instead. Early in Jan- for a thousand or so miles is little "

CARRIERS\ OF either. But Jack handled the uary they moved us over to Caygayen Port barwin, with seven or eight 5 fY

DISEASE 'b situation beautifully. He pulled her on Mindanao Island-we heard all thousand people, sitting there on the And Your Strength and

( nose up as high as he dared and the troops from all the islands were rim of Nothing-at-All. It has wide Energy Is Below ParIt
just cleared those trees, and then, to make a stand there. But no Japs. streets-like one of those Midwesterntowns
be caused by disorder of kidney
t'at;: 1Vitl cutting the remaining two motors so They gave us a section of the beacha built in the boom of the eighties may unction that permits poisonous-
we wouldn't have to climb out of her mile and a half long to defend if -a good hotel which is subsidizedby Wasto to accumulate. For truly many
weak and
people feel tired miserable
in flames, he made as nice a belly they came. the Qantas Airways and remindsyou when the kidneys fail to remove excess
landing in a rice patch as you could "Right behind our lines there wasa of the one on Wake Island, a acids blood.and other waste matter from the

TANGLEFOOT hope for."Within. small Jap colony. We knew they band which plays in a bandstand in You may suffer nagging backache;
three minutes of the timewe there of course-we'd and with rheumatic pains, headaches, dizziness.
:) were gone the park, a zoo a few up nights leg pains, swelling.
crash-landed in the rice paddy through their houses looking for radio emus, kangaroos, and koala bears. getting frequent and scanty urination -
It's the old reliable that never faili. behind those tall trees we were surrounded anything they with smarting and burning Is another -
equipment, mightuse vegetables, everything imported
No fresh -
Economical, not rationed. For sale at sign that something is wrong with
hardware, drug and itores.ffi by a gang of Filipinos, all to'send information to the Davao in cans. There you have the kidneys or bladder.
grocery waving the longest, sharpest 1mivesyou'd Japs-and we posted a small guard, Darwin. treatment There should is wiser be no than doubt neglect.that prompt Use

... want to see. But pretty soon around them. But they'd slip out and "Batchelor Field was about forty Doan't Pitts. It is better to rely on m.

v a we convinced them we weren't Jap- go on down to Davao to join the miles back in the brush, and it con- medicine than that on has something won countrywide less favorably approval -'
:;\' anese, so they \ all got helpful and and there wasn't muchwe known.
Davao Japs, sisted of a couple of runways hackedout Doan't havo been tried and tested
told us we were on Masbate Island. could do,to stop) We were onlya of'the mesquite (it was hard to Get many Doan't ears.today.Aro at all drug stores.

"Because these natives wanted to handful ourselves."So get tools for grading or, dynamitefor

'honor the American officers who I was tickled to death when stumps) and a hangar run by df
12 SHEETS 25 J were fighting for their country, they word ,came to go back to old Del the DI'

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one day a complete convert. 1. Can you give the Roman numerals 1. X, L, C, D, M.
'J, e "Why," she said, "yesterday I for the following: 10, 50, 2. $34,720,000 in 1814.
nnw was sitting at home when I hearda 100, 500, 1,000?
3. The
screeching of brakes and then a 2. What was the greatest annual Cross. Distinguished Service
terrific crash. Two cars had up- expense peak reached during the
turned right in front of our gate War of 1812? 4. A quart of milk. Cream has
and four people were lying in the '3. What army decoration ranks more fat which is lighter than

road. One woman had a deep cut next to the Congressional Medal of liquid.
in her arm, two men had broken Honor? 5. When the United States was

legs, and another severe lacera- 4. Which is heavier, a quart of disputing with England about its
tions of the face. But, thank milk or a quart olcream? northwestern boundaries.

i'f Heaven, I remembered exactly 5. When in the history of the 6. A character of the Bowery In
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Odds and Ends Found About House I

types of darning, patching and fabric repairing -
CUT4 TO MAKE THE with large diagrams. Many useful
OLD AROUND hints for using old materials are illustrated. -
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Meat VarietiesOne to brighten up your living
I Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu room may be made from things on

of the most difficult tasks that hand or from remnants of silk. I
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ting variety into Roast Kidney Loaf size for the cushions and, if you
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Rice the I
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whole in all the
ripe grain nearly
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food elements declared
protective J
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many NOTE: This illustration is from BOOK I
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?i pound bologna 6 tablespoons bacon drippings
'. 2 tablespoons chili sauce 1 large onion, thinly sliced II I
. : 4 tablespoons mayonnaise 6 cups shredded cabbage Ij
: 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 teaspoon salt j

" .i % pound liver sausage ,; teaspoon pepper I
':' n 3 tablespoons finely chopped pickle 1 pound cubed liver 4 ti I

:.. 4 tablespoons chopped celery Vi cup water iI P -. ,
.I 2 teaspoons onion juice 1 tablespoon soy sauce. I
1 loaf unsliced white bread
Brown onion in 4 tablespoons drip- {
3 tablespoons creamed butter
, pings. Add cabbage and seasonings.
a'. Put food
bologna through chop-
. Cover and cook over low heat for 15
per; add chili sauce, ,2 tablespoonsof minutes. Remove from Roll
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mayonnaise and lemon Mix
liver in seasoned flour and brown in
to a smooth paste. Mash liver sau-
. remaining drippings. Add water and
: sage, add chopped pickle, celery, onion simmer 5 minutes. Add
soy sauce
r, Worcestershire sauce, remain- and cabbage.
ing mayonnaise and mix to a smooth
Bacon makes a tasty, light
paste. Cut crust from bread, slice
per dish with garden-fresh
three inch lengthwise slices. Place beans: green
one slice on baking sheet and spread
? with bologna paste. Top with re- Bacon and Beans.
i maining slice of bread. Spread entire (Serves 4) I
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1 pound fresh green beans a A 1
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>a# garnish with stuffed olives and tomato 1 teaspoon salt
wedges. Vz cup chopped green onions '
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.! 8 slices bread add green onions after the war will be to serve or in between, CLARION ;
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:, .. 2 eggs Serve with strips towns, smaller cities and farms will be completely prepared to
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l:: 3 tablespoons grated onion this barbecue ham. The sauce is through runs '0'

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.;, Save Used Fats! Barbecued Ham. thoroughfare. ing and designing facilities to the

(Serves 6) In every locality there will be highest point in its history. We
1 slice ham (2 pounds, 1 inch thick)

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make rosette nice of snacks cream when cheese there'sa on 1 14 small cup Worcestershire can tomato soup sauce. 1922 has been the symbol of good and with finer products than ever ',

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The Clewiston News seem to be stationed with any defenses. 4 Evers and Poole ,,j ported missing. German advices
friends." The latter clause was un- I II
confirmed the date of Sgt. Gill's
derscored. You can take it from 1 I Dick Owen A. S. U. S. N. R., has Represent Commission \' death as of May $.
there: finished his Navy V-12 training at
Florida Pwbllshed, by very the CLBWISTONeNEWS.. New Guinea be 'University, of Miami and Is At Meeting j The 'sympathy of the entire community .
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jt is extended to 'Mrs. Gill andMary -r;;
tflc. June 13, 1944. spendIng a ten-day furlough at the -- t
i Sue In their
Editor home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.| A. J. Evers and George Poole
Entered as second class mall matter The Clewiston News, 'V. C. Owen before reporting to represented the Hendry county!! --
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office ih Midshipman school at Notre Dame, LCM-3 landing barges for the
of Clewiston, Fla. j board
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act pt commissioners at the meet-"
March 3, 1897.; Dear Sir: He was accompanied home by NevillelieArthur ;: ing'of the State Association of j constructed by Warren City
was'a Manufacturing .Co., are tested at the
\ Miami
Jr., of who
Enclosed is :a: clipping taken from County Commissioners held last I Plant in
fellow-student of Dick's while attending a 34,000-gallon "inland
Publisher February fourth. One Thursday and Friday at the GeorgesWashington
CARR SETTLE your paper : CollegeJ I ocean" in Ohio miles from the sea.
and Mary
under skin, in Hotel in Jacksonville.
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Subscription Knte-$2.50: Per Tear fact to be perfeetly frank, It "burnsme 'I There were 198 commissioners reg-\
Rates On Application. up." Quote: "Campbell Nail does Elsewhere in this issue Is: an aC-1 istered as well as many state cabi-
Advertising not seem to be with friends." Thatis count of the wounding of Hub"Spooner net officials and a member of thei i

about the most absurd statement in the Normandy invasion, ': War Production Board from Wash-' Look toThe

Devoted to the advancement and wel- I've ever seen. Why he has hundreds as much as we have been able" to' ington in attendance. 'I 1 j
and Hendry: County. the find .out. We've changed ad->
fare of Clewiston of friends ,in this part of your One of the most important ac-! "
___ j __ n -- world and besides after two fellows dress, Hub, to the hospital address tions taken was the passage of aj! Future '- fI
have gone through what Nail and :I and hope you'll soon be reading the resolution requesting special legis-' ,

NATIONALEDIJ'ORIALCIATION have gone through together, I think news:!! from home _during your con- lation to be taken up at the antici-:
they could be classified as friends, valesence. And here's wishing you!! pated special legislative session or

even if one of them is from Alabama, a speedy recovery. s j I the next regular session empoweringthe
of 4 I
instead of from your fair, city I boards of county commissionersto I .
Clewiston. And elsewhere, too, we read of raise funds for post-war expen- After The War

Nail and I have worked side by Wilbur, :McGehee's citation and have'I[ ditures by a special levy of taxes or I

--- side for the past twelve months, an idea that he has a much more otherwise. This would permit You Will Want To
TOUGH DECISION having joined the "Sea-Bees" at interesting story: to tell than that II j.funds now on handin excess of budget -I
A about the same time. We have liv- which is indicated in his mother's requirements could be held for FIt
its ed in the same barracks tents or letter. In that he said that he was j post-war work. I I Build A Home
Commission, at special
The City Tuesday afternoon to : whatever we happened to have for the only one of his crew returning I
meeting shelter at the moment, ever since. from one bombing mission .and it's
decide whether or not a license Sgt. Hiram Gill's Death
granted for the operation We have lived together, fought together I been a long time between letters. I Will Pay You To
should another bar and liquor store, shared our joys and sorrows It's just barely possible that Wilbur :, Confirmed By Germans
of in waded the mud of New Guinea to- has seen something of France from i
faced a very difficult decision gether. Why we even hung side by the ground as well as from the air. 1 I Buy Your Lots
the fact that virtually every \
view of .
the meeting raised side over the same rail during through I Previously reported as missing,

citizen attending voice in protest. days of our trip over. And I Miss Rhunelle McGehee, daughter Sgt. Hiram A. Gill of Bradenton, 34, NOW'CLEWISTON
his or her believe that by now I can at least of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee, j was killed in'action according to a
The members of the commission, qualify as a friend and I can as'sure graduated on May 26 from Charity report made by the German government -

in voting to allow the license, have I you that whereever Nail is he will Hospital in New Orleans as a nurse through the International Red r
incurred the wrath of at least partof I always be among friends and as and before her graduation 'volun- Cross and relayed to his family by

these people who made the pro- long as he and I are together you teered for service as an Army Nurse.: the War Department. Sgt. Gill's

, tests, for they were actiug in good I can be assured that he will be with She 'has just been transferred to 'wife and daughter, Mary Sue, make ,

;;j faith, had attended the meeting doubt in one guy who will stick with him Temple, Tex., to be inducted into ;their home here with her sister Mrs. I REALTY
and no
response to, invitatio-n whatever happens. service. 'J. B. Hendry.
felt that they had been trampledupon : -
Yours truly, *
Sgt. Gill was a gunner on a B-17 and DEVELOPMENT
went against I
when the vote
H. H. Wigley C.S.K. Spending furloughs here this and has been missing since May 8.

them. No Seaman Wigley you got us all week are Sgt. Joe Hall of Camp He was in the same engagement, CORPORATION
However, time should erase mostof wrong. We're quite sure that Mrs. Polk:, La., and Cpl. Kie Hathcockof over Berlin, in which Lt. Claude R. .
this feeling, for even the most Bowden meant Clewiston friends and Camp Gruber, Okla. Hawkins of Clewiston was also re I -
resentful of these present will have we're perfectly aware that some of' i
' to admit that commissioners I the most lasting friendships any of U
, were on a spot, that they voted their the boys ever make will be during

.. convictions and refueed:! to be stamp- their months or years of service. To Honorably Discharged Servi
::;' eded and that they did it openly And we're happy, too, to know that emen
without resorting to an executive such
; our Clewiston boys are making
, session. steadfast friends. Come down and

see us when this mess is all over. "
You'll find quite a few Alabama
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Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fielder received -
With a V-Mail letter this week from

, i Capt. Jesse Fielder their brother, .art,.. t>
in He that I
who is now Italy. says
Our he has been fighting for ten months
: Boys
n now and while part of it has been I

I hell there were some enjoyable
moments and he's hoping he'll be
in the
f on hand when his outfit marches "

into Berlin. Later in the letter he fSF
}\ k 3tYdo. F3., vy.ry3?,SG yk 4 1
discloses that Roy Waldron is a
rr Service sergeant in his outfit and has been '
with him for two years; "and a < ;W ::
\ damned good' one too" he adds. ti.- ; ,
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the U. S. 'Coast Guard we receiv- w : ( t!,

From the jungles of New Guinea I led yesterday a large photograph 'S: ,

came a letter to us this week whichis (showing Coast Guardsmen Joseph B. ';,;. \ ,
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one of the most interesting we've Harrell of Clewiston and John J. ," '-:,;., \
received even tho' it gives the paper [Nichols of West Palm Beach seated qiT ,'",":.;
something of a bawling out. We've (din a boat somewhere in the Pacific. ;;,\' -:,' "
showed it to some of you and are The enclosed clipping says "These '

reprinting ,it in its entirety so that I buddies from nearby Florida towns I ,;//t:;: .:':-

all can enjoy it. First let us say are serving together aboard a, CoastGuard ;
that the clipping referred to is one ; assault transport somewhere ._ '", .," ,,"'..," "

= taken from' a With Our Boys column i in the Pacific. Coast Guardsmen "" ,

' f written back In February by serving all over the globe, are man- 1

,-,, Mrs. Bowden in which she says, ning a fleet of transports and, landing "d {)
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" "Campbell Nail has arrived in the craft in the mighty allied invasion J \

.' Southwest Pacific-but he doesn't sweep into Japan's inner I
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i > ; you help us with our job In return Florida Motor Lines will see to it I .

,'. Is Again Open For Business' that you get a' frien'dly'welc'orne into ,a spirited organization-and a 4'

I:,,,, '')., / genuine opportunity to assume your rightful place on the civilian front. ;

We invite.*you to stay in the fight with us. Bus transportation has \

After -a year's 'closing due to a shortage of tremendous responsibility to shoulder for the nation we can't fall

,, short. We can use men of action in our offices, '
\ ,. supplies
'. ,in"olllr stations, and driving oar buses.

I.'.'i, Your Patronage Is Solicited ih w?!? Before you decide on your civilian employment ,_,',4
won't you come in and talk things

withl N'0' over. We would be mighty happy to see you. .:

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I tendance. Be sure you come and 1 Thursday will be with Maureen Johnson t (which is just the federal amuse-

bring your neighbor. / ']ment tax), and $2.50 per couple for
Choir practice Thursday 8:30 p. non-employees. .
I m. All interested in helping in the G. A.'s noson.IISS:: 1 J' The
; .J PERSONALSOCIETY musical program of the church are HODGES WITH SHOWER !,decorated spacious auditorium will be>
patriotic colors
_. and the
: cordially invited to attend. I -- :festivities will begin at ten
, : Sunbeam Band meets Thursday The Junior and Intermediate Girls j in the evening. o'clock
morning at 9:30.: Auxiliaries of the Baptist Church,
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many of them former members of ------
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'all the law' then; it is 'all ScrIp- kitchen shower Wednesday after- SURF COTTAGES
Miriam Nail spent the week- ad Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette ;and' ture' which is given by? God today." noon in Sugarland Park for Miss RIGHT ON THE OCEAN

with relatives in Moore Haven. daughters, Edythe Nell and Sue, ------..- j i Doris Hodges whose wedding will necamilessrnorth cJ se to
1 spent last week at Fort Lauderdale occur Sunday. X of the Palm
on U
Ward returned Sunday froma Beach. I Our S Highway No. 1.
A. There were between fifteen and Coast ward lease has ex
business trip to St. Louis, Mo. twenty girls )in the group with their red Due andve to conditions are now open.
L. B. Farmer and we win operations -
Mr. and Services every Sunday at 8:.30 leaders, Mrs. M. A. Thomas, Mrs the. American pan' TIeser-
1 Mr. and Mis. M. H.. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Forehead returned a. 'm., at Clewiston, Community'' W. A. Montgomery and Mrs. Fred will be necessary withOiS'SXSclS a
:: t Horace spent the week-end in Sunday to their home in 2ao 2-dcyv reservation.
son, ,
._ Church i j Sikes and many useful presents for to 25 guests.
:J Lauderdale visiting relatives. Georgia after a short visit here with laxatio .
Fort Rev. S. D. Mason, Rector. i a young bride were presented to f ilsWimmingeanddsUrf re-
Mr. and Mis. Hansel McDuffie. |Miss Hodges. along with the home atmosphere fishing --
Martinez and Melvin Tor- "
Jack KATItLEEX: MALLOKY Refreshments of lemonade and fCA'l'ES-2 In a ,
bert were week-end visitors in Okee- Mr. and Mis. R. E. Maynard of day room $400 per-
CIRCLE MET TUESDAY cookies were served by Mrs. Thomasat plr oneiipefson' $2..5.00weekly per-
Richmond Cal. and formerly of a room $50
chobee. daily,
her, home following the party. | $32.00 Weekly] .
Clewiston have announced the I Also 3.. __ .
re- ffirmbliA.-'I.. :..... 1.L
, The__ _1at1laenMallorv____u___ __ ,Circle_n ___ of cpttages ---- "" .ovtNecplng
Mr. and Mrs. Bowden cent arrival of a baby son. Mrs. ; of --I except silver and IInens
Keathley .. $3n 0o .
the Baptist WMU met Tuesday aft July 4th Dance AtRecreation I Weekly.COTTAGESrG233sth
and son, Paul, spent several days Maynard is the former Betty Jane For
ernoon at the home of Mrs.Routh. StlteW SURF
Perez and Mr. Maynard was formerly .
last week in Tampa. Heach-vr Palm
Mrs. Fred Sikes had charge of CenterThe I Phone 8:140: \V. Ptlm
I; S a U. S. S. C. employee.MISCELLANEOUS 1v A.'.Bound. Mgr:. Beach
the devotional with Mrs. E. Phillippi
Mrs. J. A. Henderson and Mrs. I :::- -
in the There
taking a part program.
w Doyle Worth spent Sunday in Miami ''SHOWERHONOIIS general public will be afforded --
of silent after
was a prayer
with relatives. MISS HODGES another opportunity to enjoy a
which the meeting closed in order SALE-Porch
gala dance at the recreation audi-

Miss Gloria McDuffie- returned I ,The ladies of the Baptist' Church' that those attending might attend'the torium of the' U. S. Sugar Corporation 8x I 10 rug,
city commission meeting to voice new.; Bronze-col :
in the "
visit in entertained last Thursday night at Sugarland Park eveningof
Wednesday from a Sycamoreand "
a protest against the opening of
July 4th. ored.
the Sugarland Park Recreation : Suitable for '
Valdosta,' Ga.
another liquor store in town. I sun-
!! Music will
Center with a miscellaneous shower be furnished by a ,

T. M. Choir left Friday for honoring Miss Doris Hodges whose Iced tea and cookies were serv- [Jamaican negro orchestra, several room. Priced to sell. 'j
ed to Mrs. Sikes, Mrs. Elder, Mrs. members of which have had
Mrs.J. wedding will take place soon. professional -
Tampa for a visit with Mr. and (' Tel. 58.
M. Brush. Corsages were presented to Miss Peters, Mrs. Phillippi, Mrs. Fred I' experience, and it is understood ,- Mrs. S, L.

Hodges and her mother, Mrs. ,Arch Dunaway, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. W. their repertoire includes late Crochet. :

:Miss Betty Hooks is spending, a Hodges, on their arrival. Several A. Montgomery, Mrs. Roath, Mrs 'dance tunes. I "I| :.:
and contests were enjoyed Larner, Mrs. Himrod, C. J. John- I Tickets for this Fourth of July r
few weeks here with her sisterinlaw games '
Sara Beth Sykes 'and Patsy dance will be sale at the
Mrs. R. R. Hooks. after which a number of beautifuland son on only I FOR SALE One A-1')' ::
useful gifts were presented to Elder. door;; admission prices being set at' '

Harry Greenberger o-f OKeechobeeis the honoree.A i 50c per couple for employees I set mechanic tools, com.
here for a visit with/his brother, delightful social hour was enjoyed Girl Scout, Patrol -
plete. Phone H. E. Walker I
and Mrs. Greeaberger. I
Jerry, and refreshments of cake and ,:
\ Elects New OfficersThe
punch were served from a beautifully Christian Chevrolet.Itc.
:Mr. and Mrs. Lou Place returned decorated 'table in the dining I T. M. WEEKLEY'S .. \ ,

Saturday from a vacation visit to' room. Everglades Patrol of Girl I t

his home in Vincinnee, Ind. The guest list included all of the Scouts met with their new leader, I'

ladies of the church. Mrs. B. L. Thompson, at her home FURNITURE STORE I

" j E. M. Cornette was a business Wednesday afternoon and elected FOR SALE Model A ,:

visitor in West Palm Beach on Tues- STEAK PRY HELD the following officers: Ann Prewitt, :1
!* '' I, Dealer in NEW and VSCD Roadster. Excellent ,
day. RIDGE SATURDAY NIGHT patrol' 'leader; Rachel Miner, secre- con I i
tary; Ann Slonaker, treasurer; Bet- FURNITURE dition
" Mrs. H. A. Jordan of Jacksonville except top. Kit
A of ty Jo Baylor, scribe. 1
group young people enjoyeda ,
"is spending the Fourth of July steak roast on the ridge Saturday Members having completed their Buy, SerI or Trade' Bowden, Phone 1 113. '

week-end with Miss Corinne Baker. night, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Pape Nature Scrapbooks turned them in r"I'I
:I acting as chaperons. for credit. Anew song was adopted L I Spring Construction Velour I tpd. .: >I

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Broadrick' and Happy Birthday was to Upholster Living Rooni
Those enjoying the affair sung
had their week-end Mr. were I' ... T:1 \
as guests, Shiite '
Jo Ann Walker, Wanda Faye Yoder, Betty Jo Baylor. After the meeting :
;; and Mrs. J. H. Richards' of Tampa. refreshments of fruit and 'I 1'-I:
: Margie Allen, Mamie Trice, Bobby punch II !
: I New Cotton-Felt Mattresses .
; I ...
cookies '
served the eleven
r were to
Tooper, Monty 'Valc Richard
ron, i
:X;: :.\:' Dick Owen, who has just finish girls present. i j Johnson's l Fish ----:1 "I'
Pape, Sherwood Hall, Louis mount, f Good Used Lawn Mowers
-.' r : ed his Navy +y-12: training ,at..th z-Junior'Diartinez''ail'iTTlluce Beards-: 'Another .'' meeting'*of 'the patrolwas I I (Near Hurricane_ '
/:. University of / Miami and NevilleMcAithur
;; .' ley. held on Thursday at the homeof And Refrigerators ClewistonFla.. .
0' ,
5"1 of Miami, are ,spending a
-- '-- Ann Slonaker with twelve pres- Boats and l\Iotors-Guide Service ,I
.,,. ,. few: days here' with Dick's parents, MRS. TOY DURRENCE IS ent. The girls did embroidery work i Next To Cai'son's Store Hates .Reasonable I i
, Mr. and Mrs. ;;V. C. Owen, while he LaBelle Florida
: :. and -
..i is on furlough.. '! HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB played games'and refreshmentswere W. H. Johnson, Mpr. _,i
: i served. The meeting next "iI I

j Mis. Foy Durrence was hostess to
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;'," ', her bridge club at her 'home Wednesday jr 4ifK 1 < : j evening.
I High seore prize, a coffee set,
j went to Mis. Geo. Crowe; second

j high, a deviled egg, plate, to Mrs. ,
j Glen Etheitou and cut prize, a box Bow Your Heads

I j of bath powder, went to Mis. C. L.
7 I McLendon.
Matinee 3 P. :M.: Night 7-9 P. M. ( A salad plate and iced tea were

Sat. and Swu. Continuous E served to Mrs. Crowe,' Mrs."" Ether- is Invasion! Now in, the hearts, brains and,
di;.' 3, 5, 7, 9 P. :M. ton, Mrs McLendon, Mrs Curtis THIS

Thompson, Mis. R. C.' Novrling, Mrs of our American Youth lies the future of 4

t- WEEK BEGINNING JULY 2ND V. C. Woodward, Mis.. A. W. Lawrence .
our country.
and Mrs. M. -
1 R Hare, Jr. I

SUIT and MOM.:: JULY 2 & 3 CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY Bow your heads. Pray with million of mothers the .,

"-D -serf Song" CHURCH country over, as ''their hearts reach out over the seas, each

;' In TeclMiicolor I David C. Hancock, )mister 'one seeking out; her boy, to protect him with the shield :, '

SUNDAY JULY 2 of her love.Believe "
with DENNIS :MORGAN 1944 .
i i Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. :'

.y Also Cartoon iI I E., Gericke, .Superintendent '''Classesfor that in this world there is definite strength indecency j t!
all ages.Morning
: 1 Worship, 11:00: 'a. m. and honor. Believe that in our devotion there is '':

TUES.-WED.; JULY 4 & 5 Communion Sunday. A nursery for moral force. Believe that our will to victory will aid r.:

.. small children is conducted by the
". "Guadalcanal Diary"Fr Mothers' Club at the Community that victory. : ,;
r, -- sun The Book Center.
I Seek and shall find! j
"-, "'., ,.j... "Bearing Burdens is the ,theme ye f. :
.J.-; of the minister's; sermon.

:;,, Merchant Mariae Band-Cartoon Young People's meeting, ?:00 p. Let us seek added strength and fortitude for our men in ;',

';:.' / m. Iveith Kiracofe will lead. f our own sacrifice and devotion.Let .. I

,,' You are cordially invited to wor-'
TIIURS-FKL, JULY 6 & 7 ship with :
us focus every thought, every action, and every prayer : r

; "My Friend Flicka" I BAPTIST CHURCH f on the boys fighting for us. r c, ', f fr

:: "RODDY IkDOU"ALL" H. C. Moador, Pastor r

:- Also Coon And, while each one bends to his task with ever-growing -r

1. ;:-': .. Sunday Morning School Worsh11:0i! S: 45 a. 'a tn.. m. fervor and energy:, let us adopt a common symbol as our r

: MoYieto.e: > News Training Union-6:45 p. m. faith in Victory. -1.

I Evening ,Worship-8:00 p. m. "

Teachers and officers meeting Let that Symbol be War Bonds. Let us pour our money L
I ,
SATURDAY, JULY TH I Wednesday at 7:45 a. '
m. These
meetings are designed to increasethe in a gigantic flood of goodwill toward our sons and ;1:

"TAMPICO"EDWARD I efficiency of OHI- Sunday School brothers, as a spiritual shield for them. ,:iI i
and 'we are encouraged in the increased I

G. ROBINSON: I attendance at ,these meet- This is the Invasion. The lives of our boys are at stake. !
Alt Cartoon ings. Let every officer and teacherbe
", present this week. Cooperationwill Let them see that the Soul of America is with them. ". ," \ I

Lost. BpisodeHr ..' put our Sunday School over the :" .1
"> Let it not be too late next month week :
1, "TiGEIt' WOMAN" top.The . not next or .
Mid-Week Prayer service
tomorrow, but-today now. .' : }
H'.ia.lD I meets at 8:30 p. m. The special! ,-.. I

j'.feature is being received gladly.. And .. BUY YOUR INVASION BONDS TODAY :.' ::':"; 1 1PARKINSON'S

.....,.....,. we are anxious to hear from the ":; ,
T-----r' ---- '
: boys we remember each week. Those
l't..- {
I who will be remembered this week Inc. "

I (:: FIGHT BY HIS SIDE! I are Clayton S. Waters, R. R. (Dick). ,;
: I Hooks, Paul Mitchel James Winn, l
I Wallace Allen. Our (
...., prayer services .' -- ... .... ,.
'._ !- :- are increasing, in interest and at __ ..: "-,,._ .:t. ::t /IL. "-d -'lr' "' ;o.'U /' "'; __ ___
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Not Even an Old One That's How

WNU 6cn healthy"And,?doctor" do you think prunes are Tom-My wife never speaks out.

of turn.JimHow's.
America Through a "Well,fve heard complain."
never one
D. C.
FUN at our hats is even that?
UNPROMOTED COMBAT FLIERS superseding the mother-in-law Train Window: A Tom-It's always her turn.' ;'

One thing that gripes the boys at! jokes these days, but, masculine The train clears its mechanical oat often woman for ought the sake to buy of morale.a new

the front is the way a lot of the desk, scoffing to the contrary, to women ; ,throat, rolls out of the depot, and Every
officers in the war department and hats are the staff of life. You'll see the moving picture of passing man will get a good laugh Hide and Seek
in is framed in Pullman win- tut of it (except her husband). The two wives were talking I
others here at home seem to get not the only zany female scenery
promotions more rapidly than the Hollywood. Ask Irene Dunne. dows. Fragments of smoke about their husbands. '

boys who are up on the firing line. She owes her career to a hat. If cruising over sprawling war plants Could Be "I think you're lucky," said one. '

Some of them feel so badly about it it hadn't been for a big one in that dot the outskirts of the city. A Jasper-The Germans announce "Your hubby seems to be a real'

that they aren't anxious to come pale blue, Flor- peaceful industrial scene where that they have found the Amer- treasure." .

home, though given opportunities of enz Ziegfeld weapons are born that wind up in icans using a secret weapon. "Maybe," said the other, "but ./

furlough, because they 'are out- would never have the hell of war. Neat suburban Joan-Yes? What is it? when there are any jobs to be done "-.J-

ranked by their old friends at home. I noticed her; she'd homes on their best architectural Jasper-Women drivers! he's a hidden treasure."

For instance, most of the new pilots never have won behavior. Church steeples point-
just arriving in England are the lead in ing at the sky like hands in prayer.

second lieutenants. They haven't "Show Boat"; Telephone poles whizzing by in

been on any missions at all. Mean. Hollywood would Indian file. Birds perched on their Colorful and Flattering Pinafore I

while, men who have been in Eng k have missed her; wires-like notes on a musical scale. .

land for two years, and have been and but for a hat The countryside knee-deep in I

flying over Europe constantly, still the cinema capi- Spring. A tapestry of greenery Embroidered pinafore Pattern 820 con-

remain second lieutenants. tai would have: stretching toward the horizon. ) tains a transfer pattern of embroidery

"How many do you have?" asks Irene Dunne kept her in musi- Long lines of trees planted with I apron.necessary pattern pieces- ; directions for ,.

some newly arrived pilot who has cals instead of Rockette precision-bejeweled with Due to an unusually large demand and I_

flown twice across the channel, each giving her the plum role of Sabrain ripening fruits. Attractive lady .' current war conditions, slightly more timeis

flight. being a mission. "Cimarron," a picture which train conductors. Weary travelers : required in filling orders for a few of
tTIRERATION* changed the entire course of her life. slumped in their seats ma- 820 :? the most popular pattern numbers.

PROBE How It Started rooned on an island of their Send your order to:

The Office of Price AdministrationIs thoughts.
quietly probing several cases of She'll never forget the day she Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. i

tire ration violations which promise earned her first money singing Tree-lined small town streets, 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, HL c

to be sensational. They go right hymns in the Indianapolis Baptist each house ornamented with mani- Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to I

Into some of the biggest tire com- church choir-hymns taught her by cured hedges. Ribbons of roads cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo.
the at the Loretto convent in
nuns ._ ,
panies of the country. wrapped around the landscape. They

One of the big tire companiesis St. Louis. Her reward was a crisp used to be covered with traffic, but Name "
new $10 bill, and just enough to .11:'
being probed on a charge of now you can see miles of nude highways Address i /if
her heart's desire-a
purchase new
having failed to void the tire . The eager anticipation in
'ration certificates turned in to the orbs of servicemen on their way
"The hat was large, of silky straw,
them by retailers. In other home to enjoy a furloaf. The -
a pale blue affair with long streamers -
words, when a retail tire storeor train gobbling up miles of space as
garage sells a tire, it has to and extravagantly painted flow- it roars through State lines. No pass-
under the brim. I truly believe
send back to the tire manufac- ports are needed to cross them. One UPSET
that from the day I wore it I sub-.
turer the certificate issued by of the miracles too many Americans
consciously decided that I might
the OPA ration board. However take for granted. The haze that
really earn living by sing-
the OPA is tracking down my floats over the grass at sunrise
ing. The hat did it Irene.
reports that these tire certifi- says when Nature ,is still drowzy with
Perhaps she thinking of that
cates, instead of being stampedas hat when she won was a voice contest at morning. Old, unpainted houseson DON'T be colorless at your STOJ
used back to the the side of the tracks mak-
are going wrong household chores. Embroider
the Musical and
dealers, or else remaining with the; ambition Chicago which had college lain dormant, so ing their poverty public. Milesof colorful zinnias on this flattering A,

them in the first place. Thus, since childhood crystallized into a undeveloped land blanketed with pinafore. They are a needlework ;; r

they are able to sell more tires genuine aim to become a singer. forests between big cities. Places magic, they're done so quickly. ,
without requiring more certifi- where Nature has room to stretch.
cates in exchange. On Her WayA Never upset an upset stomach witS
overdoses of antacids or harsh phys
Another big company is being year later, after hard study, she The train whizzing by small, dusty Elephants Mature at 20; ics.Be gentle with it. Take soothing
investigated by the OPA for buy- was singing the lead in the road stations surrounded by loneliness.You PEPTO-BISMOL. Not a laxative. Notan

ing up new tires of various show of the musical comedy "Irene" go by so fast you can't even Can Do 20 M.P.H. on Run antacid.It calms and soothes your

makes from dealers and later at a salary of $150 a week. read the station's name. Cows upset stomach.Pleasant to the tast

reselling them through the company's. Back in New York, Henry'W. Sav- grazing in Ohio's pasturestheirtails children love it.Ask your druggist
People of Burma say 'an elephant for PEPTO-BISMOL when your stomach -
own stores'at consider- her chance under- continually like
age gave a to swinging a
is old when he is born, with is upset.
able loss. Even though not the study Peggy Wood in "The Clinging baton. A feather of a breeze his wrinkled skin and wobbling A NORWICH

tires made by this ,company, the Vine." When Peggy's father died, tickling a lake-causing it to dimple movements.. The.1ife'span of the PRODUCT'h ,

loss was considered a good investment Irene stepped into the lead for a with a million ripples. Piercing elephant is 75 Maturity' is
because it got motor- It train whistles the
single Broadway performance punctuating night
reached at 20 or less, and
ists into the habit of trading Was enough to win her a chance ata with exclamation points of sound. the animal years to show of Soothe, relieve'heat rash I
begins signs
with this company's retail summer of ,light opera sponsoredby ., Cross country trucks moving and help prevent it with
at 40. [
stores. the Chandlers in Atlanta, Ga., a 'across the roads with the slow dig- age B EAJ Mersana, the soothing

There may be some startling news similar stint in St. Louis and the nity of glaciers. The increased The trunk of the elephant is a kle medicated this cooling powder., comforting Sprin--

breaking on this soon. lead in "The City Chap" for the tempo of traffic that heralds the approach tube of muscles divided by a TH E astringent powder

Dillinghams, which was followed by to a, city.A middle partition, and ,bearing at well over heat irritated
GERMANY'S SMART CHOICES the lead in "Sweetheart Time." the end projections that may be H fA J skin. Costs Little. Big savings
used to and in larger sizes.All the
U. S. similarly fingers
who have studiedthe
This called for a new hat and a stretch of flat land broken by family will like Mexsana.
Nazi,, military setup to resist in- party at the New York Biltmore. A the wide open mouth of a valley. thumbs. Elephants make love by

;yasion figure that Hitler-or whoever strange gentleman noticed the hat The lights of a lonely farmhouse wrapping their trunks around

did the picking for him-was first, and requested an introduction. twinkling in the dark night. The each other, suggestive of the man- .(.
in which human hold X To relieve distress of MONTHLY
ner beings
in his
smart selection of German
Three years later she married Dr. train pulling into a station with the

military leaders. Thjee of the best Francis Griffin-the same gentle dignity of a dowager entering a tea hands. female WeaknessAlso o

men in the German army have been man. The bridal couple boarded the party. The eternal peacefulnessof While the elephant can' neitherrun

given the job of combating what the Berengaria and sailed for a Euro- forests filled with a million leafy trot; gallop, nor jump, his Fine Stomachic Tonic
( )
Nazis know is the death thrust at pean honeymoon."The fingers reaching for the warmth of shuffling gait can be stepped up
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
Germany.No. day after I returned home the sun. Fields of wildflowers to 20 miles an hour for short dis pound Is famous to relieve periodic

1 is Field Marshal Karl von wearing a beautiful new blue hat curtsying to the balmy winds. tances. He is an accomplished pain and accompanying nervous,
weak, tired-out feelings-when due
Rundstedt, considered the' best purchased in Paris," recounts Miss Large signs announcing that you're swimmer and likes to submerge to functional monthly disturbances.

strategist and over-all commanderin Dunne, "was the day I met Flo about to enter this-or-that town. A completely'with just' the tip of his Taken regularly-Pinkham's Com-
Germany. Field Marshal Erwin trunk above the water's surface as pound helps build up resistance
Ziegfeld in an elevator. Before I sight as American as a home run. against such annoying symptoms
Rommel, immediately under him, is left the building he sent for the girl] he swims. Plnkham's Compound Is made
the best man for lightning moves 'in 'the blue hat!' especially for women-it helps nature
y Tremendous ranches monopolizinggiant and that's the kind of medicine
and panzer tactics. to buy! Follow label directions.LYDIALPINKHAM'SSo.
A Dream Come True slices of territory. Some are
Finally, Colonel General Heinz
Guderian is considered the best tank Because of that hat, Edna Perer's almost as large as a small European Soldiers Without HelmetsThe : f'..
nation. Skeletons of ghost towns
commander in the German army.U. ) glorious "Show Boat" was "
turned into dust
S. experts; who believe.in look- Irene's for the asking. slowly being by'

ing facts in the face, classify these The opening night of "Show Boat"marked wind and rain, remnants of the wild only soldiers today who are .

three as among the top military the starting of a rich and West. Modern cowboys who now unable to wear helmets are the :: ( "

brains of Europe. varied career for the pretty girl witha spend more time riding in station 100,000 enlisted Sikhs of India, .... .. ,,,:: t ::.,.h.. :>
than'on hosses. The H "p
voice and pretty hats. wagons many of whom are fighting with '<, .,.... ...,.;:: tJ'
.r DAYLIGHT SAVING TO END? When the search for the heroine of'Cimarron" brilliance of a Western night-a the British army in Italy. ; .":,-, '. ,,",'

:' It looks as if daylight-saving time began, Irene inveigleda dark-faced sky freckled with stars. Because a religious custom for- nose with tanned-dark skim, .>:h" ;'
Much and have externally canted who want it '> "
. were going to be abolished with- test and there was an astounded poetry many songs bids them to cut their hair, they lighter, smoother softer, ihoald : +'" v'. 4'.
in tribute its try Or. FRED Palmer's Skin
been written to
out giving the President a chance to gasp from producers. Sabra, a over- wear it in a large oiled topknot, Whlt.n.r.U..7day as directed, ?ya y i
block the repeal. straight dramatic role the emotional powering beauty. But nothing can from dust ,If not(atiafied MONEY BACK. .. .
protected by a huge 25e at drnffgitU. FREE Sarnpl h
match the first-hand view of this Send 3o to ALENOL, >, >
Several plum of the year, to a musical turban containing from 12 to 16 poetage, ', '
resolutions have been shimmering phenomenon. The Dept. S Box 264. Atlanta Ga. r ;. ga i.
comedy actress? Nonsense! of material. Dr.FredPalmer'sSkinWhitener"TilE
introduced yards
': to abolish time square
; sights that make
Nonsense or not she wanted it many you
:. as a result of protests from
is far
think the war very away. Buta
':. farmers ,in agricultural and got it-thanks to a hat which
areas. plane drilling its way through the
she borrowed from
These a wig designer.
are now before
sky reminds you nothing is beyondthe
Clarence Lea of Cali- Trail Blazer war's reach. Peaceful In-

fornia and his Interstate Com- "Cimarron" started an entirelynew dians now selling souvenirs at rail-

merce committee, and it looksas cycle. "Magnificent Obsession," road stations. Cattle herds in

if one out of them would be reported "Back Street," "Symphony of Six the sunset making a picture postcardto MALARIA MOSQUITO

and passed. Million," "The Secret of Madame be filed in your memory.

#; If so, it cannot be vetoed by the Blanche," "The Silver Cord," andso

President, for the original bill es- on. Desert nights filled with romantic
tablishing war time provided that it Then Irene had a' hunch it was mysteries. When you see the /

was to end six months'after the war, time to try comedy. She acceptedthe gigantic natural obstacles that still

ry or upon a concurrent resolution by harum-scarum girl of "Theodora exist in the West you are filled with

both houses of congress. Goes Wild." "The Awful Truth" followed renewed respect and pride for the

This latter provision precludes a and she found herself hailedas pioneers who built a civilization on

veto, since resolutions are not subject a comedienne. the fQundation of blood, sweat and
Get her with FLIT. ..before she has a chanceto
to being overruled by the White Critics are again pointing with tears. Tiny villages with less spread chilling-burning miseries from sickl\

House. In fact, Congressman Lea pride to her as an emotional actress population than in'a Big Town apart- man to you. Spray FLIT in dark corners and )'l..

: wrote his original daylight-saving for such romantic roles as the girl ment house. Headwaiter smiles on stagnant water where the malaria carrier ,L
bill in this form for the specific pur of M-G-M's "A Guy Named Joe," of train porters. The Deisel lurks and breeds. Spray it on every mosT t..1 t ;

pose of heading off the White House opposite Spencer Tracy, and that engine entering a tunnel with a loud quito you see. It's a quick and easy way to _
in case Congress wanted to abolishwar veritable cavalcade of a woman's cry, dragging the serpent of cars wipe out all mosquitoes. Buy FLIT .today! _

time. lifetime, "The White Cliffs of behind it. The sage brush coun-
kills flies, ants, -
Dover." try, with an occasional motorist pro tg/\

CAPITAL CHAFF Irene Dunne, accompanied by Dr. viding the only sign of life. Tired FL I' moths, bedbugs and :KUUIIIIr < -

C Congratulations to Lieut. Harry B. Griffin, went east for the premiereof tourists chewing the fingernails of all mosquitoes., w-s rc
Stanco ,,
e, : Paul Barnhart ,for bringing" laughs the latter picture. She's back their patience, eager to arrive at CuW,10N" laeopontadB,3

, ; to the boys in the South Pacific with home now, ready for either drama, their destination. Hot dog stands : JSjtf RfEi ?ITS L>ITr

his army show "Stars and Gripes." comedy, musical, or romance. planted in the middle of nowhere.


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that your presence is an addi- One and a ball cups of dark If iodine-stained linen is soaked
tion to their comfort.-Charlotte brown are equivalent to in solution ,
sugar a a of ammonia and
Bronte.He Result of African Lesson
cupful of granulated water
sugar. a teaspoon of ammonia to,
who obeys with modesty a pint of water, the stain quickly I
will be worthy some day of be- It is easier to shorten a sleeve will, disappear.
ing allowed to command.: from the top than the bottom. This .
Cicero. Borrowed Page From Germany's Book TaughtUs
eliminates making a new packet Lemon juice may be mixed .
Men deal with life as children with to Coordinate Efforts of Air and taking off and putting on cuffs. with cream cheese that is used as I .,
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their .
play, .
a stuffing for green peppers. I
Who first misuse, then cast their toys Land and Sea Forces.By To restore faded upholstery beat -*

away. -COWPER.It the dust out, then brush. Apply a Never throw away bones left

l l is the man who stops learning strong lather of castile soap with a from a roast or shoulder. Put.]!
J.; ; whether he is twenty or BAUKHAGE hard brush, wash off with clear them in cold water, and if cooked!

eighty, who is really old.- Newt Analyst and Commentator. water, then wash off with alum several hours, a very '
Henry Ford. water. On becoming dry, the may be obtained with the addition' "';
WNU Service, Union Trust Building areas; later, providing fighter cov- colors will look as well as ever. of diced vegetables.

Washington, D. C. erage for the beaches and for ship-
Early In the war with Japan, when ping. -- .;
Letter Writers in China
the little men of Nippon were The Germans had a thousand :

Do Business swarming down the Maylayan Pen- planes based on or near Sicily.
a Thriving insula at an unbelievable rate Thirty-one of the Airdromes had I <1.
through impossible terrain and roll- been attacked in the preliminary I
Because of the great number of ing up one inconceivable victory phase for a month. Rail communications -I ,i
\.' illiterates in China professional bombed in order to
after another, I had a talk with a were I ,
letter writers do a thriving busi- wise old military campaigner, andas isolate Sicily as nearly as possible, I
ness. a result of the conversation, sat (the second in the list of the bombers I
Chiang Kai-shek's "new life" down and wrote that "infiltration"is functions). Messina was a chief me JIM another Where'd mom I find who F' d

movement, interrupted by the a word you are going to hear target for it was a convenient rail could make rolls ,
war, aims, among other things, to used a lot before this war is over. bottleneck. Also the principal rail fit for theAdmiral's t fj :A +
broaden the education of his em- Then followed the days when the lines running down the boot of Italy i taste? fr '

battled people. Japs pushed the allies back from were hit.Telephone. I 1' ,
Singapore to New Guinea and the exchanges and stations I MOM: Oh, it's easy -
men of Nippon were acclaimed'as where radar sets were located were : to make these \ -
Most Symbols the aces of jungle fighting, the art hit. This is another thing ,the Ger- Speedy Wheat Rolls! s Q,

of' filtering through territory in mans taught us in their invasion of So time I'd with have more V
- : The largest group of symbols in which heretofore human beings Poland and it explains what seemedto I tried a new, M
existence is that used by chemists were not supposed to be able to fight. be- some of the senseless bombings quick recipe with i / '
throughout the world to designatethe Today, the allies have _producedthe of the little Polish villages. Flelschmann'sYeast. ( 'l' .
formulas of the. some 250,000 ,best jungle fighters in the world. Radar and telephone exchanges i which puts '
pure substances now known. We are daily beating the Japs at were often set up in these villages. In extra vitamins. _\'{ J '

their'own game. .... They were located by radio detec- '

And today, I was reminded of tion. J;..(. ----',
1.-theC something else after another session In Sicily itself, the enemy bases ,//SEE/ ITSAYS THAT _, ,
i 1RIP had been so thoroughly destroyedthat .FLEISCHMANNSISL. g .
with another oldtimer
UNE SIZE anonymous the Germans couldn't get enoughof ,Tlje ONLY YEAST FOR) +ryI IM FREE. r.("
MT!! of another time and place. \I\ BAKING WITH ;. i SEND FOR
PETROLEUM JELLY 10 He told me some_things about the their planes in the air to inter- KrAPPED:: AMOUNTS... / ME. FLE/SCHMANN'S/ I )j
allied air force' and I recalled the fere with the landings. Also, the sec- I V.I VITAMINS A AND D,? \ : ,HEW EDITION OF THE -'
days when Hitler began to bully ond and third functions'of the I V.,AS WELLAS THS ""_ .._ FAMOUS'BREAD BASKET* '
C ) Fresh Water Frogs Europe and I realized that it wasn'tso tactical airforce were well car- VITAMIN 8 COMPLEX .; :. 40-PAGE BOOK I

\ I Frogs are fresh water creatures much appeasement, corruption, ried out: namely, the isolation of the OVER 70 RECIPES,(
and would die if they stayed too deceit or Nazi diplomacy then that enemy forces from their suppliesand I REVISED FOR WARTIME>
i long in the ocean's salty water.DONT made the Fuehrer master of cen- also interruption of movementof \t|' CHOCK-FULL OF S,
reinforcements.The $
tral Europe, first at Munich and ,
fourth function of the tactical 'BREADS,DESSERT BREADS.
later in France and the low n
countries, but the threatening bombers, which is to break down PAH I LHURRY..SEWf J >r,TODAY /J

shadow which the dreaded Luft- the signal communications, I referred r right those into vitamins
go your
waffe cast across the world. to before-destruction of tele- rolls with no I
Today, just as the allies have out- phone and radio installations. great loss in the For yourfree ;
oven.Bo lure to ,write #.' ,I
jungled the Japs, they have out- copy
Ground Troop Support use Flctschmana's Standard Brands I
t, Luftwaffed the Luftwaffe. In the latter n' I
Yeast with the Inc.,Grand
,The fifth is the close support ol
<.: case, we must'admit the Ger- \ yellow label A. Central Anger, i -I!
. ..'" ..r" mans taught us .in Africa how they the ground troops. This was week's supply keeps Box 477,NewGood I
..' ', ', did it. --'-- achieved in Sicily with more suc- la the ice-box. York 17.N.Y. !i

: :t.' cess than was fully realized at the' 1_ J I
LET Triphibious WarfareWe time. Some commanders of the land- I

will be able to understand the ing troops complained that there I
CONSTIPATIONr' invasion of Europe much better if were no fighter planes over them. i

r' YOU UP we understand a little more about Later some of these same commanders i Buy for You! i!
the two roles which the allied air when they advanced and
?: When bowels are sluggish and
- ;'.\ ti;. ., feel irritable, headachy, do as millions force has played in modern warfareever saw the wrecked armored cars, UNITED STATES WAR BONDS I
.; ',: do-=chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern since we took a page from tanks and other equipment strewn i
r chewing-gum laxative Simply chew Germany's book and learned what along the roads, realized that the I
;-. l FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed, Good By for Japs! .
'. !, it means to coordinate the efforts of enemy had been held back by
jf'" taking only in accordance with package
'r- ::; directions-sleep without being dis- pilot and bombardier with the foot the attacks from the air.
.5 turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough soldier and the sailor, especially in In Sicily, meanwhile, troops were
'::1 :. relief, helping you feel swell again. Try what is now generally called "tri-, dropped behind the lines, and this
1,6., ; FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy phibious" warfare. contributed its share to the
k, and economical.A generous family supply successof KNOW YOUR FOODS
costs only First, it might be well to state the invasion. We know how well by Mary Bell
1[: FEEN-A-MINT clearly the difference between the airborne troops have operated in the
10* tactical and strategic bombing. Stra- Pacific theater and in Burma. This JI

;'./, tegic bombing is directed toward job is Listed as sixth in air forces 4; !

Si"'i. the destruction of enemy strength at tactical operations and includes car- '

.. (; > t' a distance. Tactical bombing is destruction rying of paratroopers, running a .26i I
:.. .>.'. 1f / or interruption of enemy shuttle of transports and towing _

/'- : fOI MIIOI ACRES Alt PAIlS OF operations in or near the combatarea. gliders which land personnel and

.:: .(. RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO equipment (the glider pilot fights
b Because the valuable quality of with the land forces since he can't

.':: air power. is flexibility, the two roles glide uphill).
4 sometimes overlap, but in general, I We now come to the last two func-
the strategic effort is a long range tions of an air force-less dramaticbut _
effort in terms of both time and highly important reconnais- FLOCKED TO

space-it requires the use of long- sance and the building of air bases.In i JOHN WANAMAKERS STORE ;.,

t:. range bombers and long-range the Sicilian campaign, a mil- ; i7/Y II J1f.i 80 YEARS AGO BECAUSE HE
fighters. lion photographs a month were
: Large Bottle: ran(m nal| !2-Small Size 60c PLAINLY LABELLED HIS .
!, Tactical bombing is the quick made so that the commander of
S -:' IT Ht COOD DBtlG STORES or ET lUlL II nceipt it"price answer to instant needs-it in- each landing unit had pictures of MERCHANDISE..TO BE SURE ,
MclEIL DBOC CO.. lie.J4CISOIKIUE 4. FL0110IIRRITATIONS volves lighter bombers and usually every place he had to go to with YOU GET A "TABLEGRADE"MARGARINE

does not require long range for its his objectives plainly marked.We BUY THE :

craft. There is an exception, which know of the record time in BRAND THAT IS PLAINLY < !
5 I'll mention later. which bases have been destroyed 'j'
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.... ..., EXTERNAL CAUSE Strategic bombing is aimed, as we captured and reactivated in the
Acne pimples, eczema, factory dermatitis have seen, at factories, at all in- Pacific theater of war. In New THOUGH'NUffAID ONLY '
simple ringworm,tatter Bait rheum stallations which contribute to the Guinea, a base was taken, built, is THE .
'.,' out bumps skin., (blackheads Millions relievo), and ugly broken- enemy's war effort; railway lines, manned and ,put into complete MARGARINE PLAINLY LABELLED ( (; .= :\'
: itching, burning

and soreness of these miseries with junctures, military bases, rolling operation a hundred miles from the "TABLE-GRADE'/: IT COSTS SO LITTLE .
ample home treatment. Goes to work at stock and all means of transpor- nearest allied base, and well behind YOU CAN USE IT FREELY. THE ,
:,'. once. Aida healing, works the antiseptic tation and communication.The the enemy lines.
.: i.' way. Use Black and White Ointment only SWEET, FRESH-CHURNED FLAVOR .'
in tactical the of air force
targets bombingare Thus scope
we see
: : as directed. lOc, 25c 50c sizes. 25 years'
:,.r' ; success. Money-back guarantee. Vital more varied and will be men- operations, how closely they are MAKES NU-MAID A FAVORITE SPREAD!,
:...:... in cleansing is good eoap. Enjoy famous tioned later. knit into the operations of the land
Black and White Skin Soap daily.
The Final PhaseWe and sea forces; and how the allies
have achieved air supremacy in
L 'J are interested at present in 7w
Europe. But, because air forces are =
:,; the final phase of the European war, so elastic, they can be massed sud-
: p so it might be well to describethe
denly and, therefore, actual com- J
preliminary efforts before, and mand of the air is much harder to
the continued effort after, the as- maintain. At a given moment, the K FLAVOR,PLUS LOW PRICE
sault on an enemy shore. Germans who certainly do not have MAKES "TABLEGRADEMARGARINE "Nlh11A/O

The Sicilian campaign is a good air supremacy any longer might be A FAVORITE WITH .'
example.The able, by heavy concentration and
first job the air force had great sacrifice, to achieve tem- GOOD COOKS.

I was to remove an obstacle enroute. porary command of the air in a -;
That obstacle was the island of Pan- given locality. The allies did have .TABlE-GRADE"NU IS A HIGH-ENERGY FOOD ((3,30O

A telleria and you remember what command of the air in Italy. Other CALORIES'PER LB.), ENRICHED WITH 9,000 USP UNITS '

happened to it. It was flattened into wise, the beachhead. Anzio could OF THE "PEPUP" VITAMIN "A .
surrender in two days. never have been maintained. As it
Then the real "triphibious" effort was, supplies and reinforcementscould '
began. It followed a pattern whichis be landed in broad daylight.. !; /jiHlll$ ou2 jo
pretty much the one accepted for On the German side, no concentration
invasionssince.. of men or supplies could be at-
,. ,. The first step is the neutralizationof tempted except at night. l1Ja! &D IQ)
the enemy air force and this is a The shadow of the Luftwaffe has
i .', Get'Into Action job nobody but an air force can do. grown thin, the weapon Hitler

; For Full Victory! This means the destruction of air- created to enslave the world Has THE MIAMI MARGARINE CO., CINCINNATI
dromes and other distant vital turned in his hand.

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be credited to the county from State teen (13)),
Drive for Scrap- I North Half (N!2) of Section Fifteen !
Road Department purchases of two (15), '
Township Forty-six (46) South, G. M. FORD VIKING
Iroio 1) j million, dollars which have been i! Range Thirty-one (31) East HOTEL31st
(Continued age
thereafter. allocated to the sixty-seven counties I'I INIS.I Containing. : 960 acres, more or Civil Engineer: and Surveyor & Collins Ave.

basis of their bond quotas. I This Notice Is published In compliance Specializing In Everglades
Mr. Gross makes it clear, however on a with Sections 253.12 and 253.12, 'MIAMI BEACH ,
that auy paper picked up must Less than two weeks ''now remainof I i-'lorida Statutes 1941. Surveys; Cnrlton IJrown, Mpr.. ""-J
| The Trustees reserve the. right to reject KfflcIenclcK & Hotel Room
be tied iu bundles and placed in the bond drive period and every any and 'all bids. Phone GO Clewiston Fla. % block to beach nnd buses
;, BY ORDER of the Trustees the
house place of busi- of I IS
the or
front of 'effort'will be'madeiduring that time, Internal Improvement ..Fund.I SUMMER RATES
:ness where it can easily be seen by I I I SPESSARD L. HOLLAND, Former operator Churchill II*tel
will not :Mr. Parkinson says, to put Hendry I Governor.
the passing
permit ringing doorbells and waiting I County over the top. IF. C. Elliot, Secretary, Trustees.
30, 21, ,
July 7 14 28 1944.
the to be gathered up.
for paper ...
Since the truck will start out early I -----'-- I -- I ; ;

Tuesday morning .it will be well that ''FOR SALE Twenty NOTICE TO CREDITORS """"" """III""' ""HIIIIIII ""''IIII"IIiiiIII"'IIIIII"K!;\ \\ "'''1JII1I11!I I ,@liUMIIIIIIII l "'hll"'iIlIIl..a I++ i I

paper be packaged the day before ,I Probate Law 1933 .

and placed in front of the. house be- 'Rhode Island' Red hens, j STATE OF FLORIDA I

fore retiring.. $2.00' each. Mrs. Daisy COUNTY OF HENDRYYou JL I.
and each of you ,are hereby notl- !:
..Newspapers should be packed flat fled to present any claims and de- ]' Dent rely cud
Yoder No. 17, Gov't. mants which you, or either of you, ,
with string or ,
and bound.
may have against the estate of Hiram i t
wire. Cardboard containers shoux'dbe Angus Gill, deceased, late of said I '
Reservation. County, to the County Judge of Hen- I I
mashed flat and packaged. Small dry County, Florida, at his office in I J wishbone i-
scrap paper which cannot be so I the court house at LaBelle, Florida i -
within eight calendar months from the
packaged should be disregarded. i I 1 date of the first publication of this I iI: X
Remember the first collection will N'OTICETullnhuysee, Florida, June 18, 1044 in notice. Each, claim or demand must be :
and must"state the place of I
be Tuesday morning, Tuesday falling I I residence and post office address of I .
on the 4th this coming week, it. NOTICE is hereby given that the the claimant and must be sworn to i Z
TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT by the claimant, his agent, or his attorney i I
was necessary to delay the,.,"start" a FUND of the State of or the same will become void ( x
week longer than planned: j Florida offer for sale to be sold to according to law. ; l
the highest bidder, in Tallahassee, This 29th day of June 1944.DOROTHII Y
Florida; .at 12:00 o'clock NOON, Au- S. GILL, I I Z
War 'Bond Sales- gust 1, 1944, the following lands in Executor of the Estate of IY; dL1 L 'Z I-"
HENDUV COUNTY, State of Florida: Hiram Angus Gill deceased I :: i
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; North Half (N%) of l
(Continued from page 11 I STATE' OF FLORIDA. y*! X
Three (3) ,.
June 30, July 7, 14,' 21, 28. I ;
several thousand dollars worth will South Half (SV&) of Section Thir :l.
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t:.' I for your Victory garden, Judge .y u've It has been adopted forty-seven times in r w", '....
.,:' got pretty nearly everything." the past thirty-three years and_discarded ,A r,. h'u fir ,1 yk # HENDRYCOUNTY ,
"I think so, too, John. Ever get your everywhere except in three states. Same 2Y;y .Ka ,i

? asparagus patch going?" thing was tried in eight provinces in

"I gave that up last year, Judge. Tried it Canada and in Norway, Sweden, Finlandsix I
years in a row with no luck.Just haven't and Russia but it was an admitted failure b1i MOTORS

,,' got the right soil, I guess?" and universally abandoned. I uM FWy
"Well, I. think you'revise, John n9 "The reason is prohibition does not I ( + ,:.' CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA
use keeping on trying things you know won't prohibit. All you get is bootleg liquor in r. ; J w .

work. Just like prohibition. State-wide prostead of legal liquor, plus no end of crime I

hibition has been tried in this country and corruption." i i '-

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