The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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/ WASTE PAPER TO KURTZ SELLSINTEREST Gets Air '''Medal I Growers Urge Retaining


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;.:-. j _- Sugar Company Leases j I'I'Land W. F. A. Holds Wage.

o-1t ?' f* The first scrap paper collection Announcement is made this weekof for Oil Drilling Hearing Here On
; tf the current salvage drive will be the recent sale by R. E. Kurtz of .

started early Tuesday morning and Fort Myers, his interest In the 'Wednesday

. every resident is urged to bundle up Shawnee Farms, to John Tiedtke .. The United States Sugar Corporation '-

his paper and have it ready and in and other family interests in Toledo, early this week announced Under the auspices of the War

"" a. conspicuous place Monday night Ohio. The sale price was not dis- the leasing of approximately 50,000 Food Administration, a public hear-

in event the truck passes before the closed. ing was held Wednesday morning in
Mr. Kurtz and Mr. Tiedtke have acres of land in the upper Glades to
normal hour of arising on Tuesday.The the High School auditorium on the
start of this drive had been farmed together as co-owners of the the Ohio Oil Company. The lease sugar cane labor wage and price

planned for the past Tuesday but Shawnee' Farms for the past several covers rights on oil, gas and mineral schedules.The .

' 'Since ,this fell on a holiday. and the years and were the largest inde- deposits in this area. hearing was conducted by Dr.

"p' f--* city truck could not be spared any pendent sugar cane producers in the Joshua Bernhardt, chief of the sugar
In addition to their In his statement announcing
other day it was necessary to wait branch of the War Food Admin-
another week. The city wil' collect sugar cane they have, for the past lease, Clarence Bitting; president of istration, Harry Simpson, head ot
he Sugar Corporation, said,. "It was
the bundles of paper and store it in several years, raised a large acre- the labor section of the'sugar branch
the'vacant store-room back of loyal'sStore age jpf lettuce for the processing of r r' i only after the most careful invol-consideration and F. T. Gradeville, a member of

where it will be picked by which they erected a packing house of all the problems the the
up sugarcane section of sugar
distance from the' main vil- ved that we agree to permit exploration -
trucks of the Orange Blossom Produce some = ; ----1 branch of WFA.
on the lands of the sugar cor-
Shawnee Farms.
line. Pick-ups of paper will lage S. Under the provisions of the Sugar
poration and development of the oil,
be made each Tuesday morning at maintained their own labor quartersin Act of 1937,. in order to qualify for
and mineral resources of the
this with modern gas
village a com-
least until sometime next month. '
missary and other conveniences for AN EIGHTH AAF BOMBER STA- area might well result in injury to payments, sugar pro
Arrangements for having the produceX minimum
ducers must pay a wage
TION, England--Staff Sergeant LeRoy the great agricultural potentialities -
workers. Mr. Tiedtke and mem-
'up .
trucks pick the salvaged
piper rate which is set by the WFA after
Hare, 22, of- Clewiston, Fla., of the region. '
'f v of his family are
. are made by G. H. Brown, manager bers public hearings and investigationsin
' of Royal's.All now the sole owners of the farm. gunner on a Flying Fortress, has "Before making any: lease we had the affected.
In addition to his holdings there been awarded the Air Medal at this to be satisfied that the lessee wouldso areas
are urged to stack newspaerslleatly in The The hearing was divided into two
Eighth AAF base England.
Mr. Kurtz owned, a large acreage conduct its operations as would
in bundles'and then tie them made his phases, wage determination and I
which is presentation was by group such agricultural
near Moore Haven largely fully protect po-
with a string. Cardboard boxer:, commander Colonel Hunter Har- price paid to the independent. grow-
undeveloped, a partial interest in a i ten tiali ties.
which are particularly badly needed ers for their cane..
Athens Ga..
ris, Jr., of ,
six-hundred farm back of South
should be flattened out and then acre "We have proved beyond peradventure Jay W. Moran, executive vice-
tied in bundles. Should scraps of Bay on Road 26 and has other farm- Sgt. Hare is the son of Mrs. Maude that the Everglades is the president of the United States .

ing interests. While he has not Hare of Clewiston. greatest agricultural resource of principal
; paper be put out they should be Sugar Corporation was the
.packed tightly in a box. All bundles been reached for a statement it is Prior to entering the AAF in De- the nation and. that resource must speaker at the hearing and in his

I and boxes must be placed on the presumed that he will develop this cember, 1942, Sgt. Hare was em- be protected no matter how alluring testimony he recommended, that because -

I V front steps, in the front lawn or on other property in the'near future. ployed at the United- States Sugar may be the prospects for oil, of the uncertainty of condi-

4. :** the sidewalk in front of the house The Shawnee Farms contains Corporation in Clewiston. He ra- gas and minerals in the Upper tions,' it would be a mistake to -attempt

.z. ..-' -so that the truck drive- can easily several hundred acres and is located ceived his gunner's wings in May, Glades." I to set wage rates at this time II
'1 1\ the in the Liberty Point area on 1943 at Kingman Ariz. for the 194'::: and
:see bundles. There can be no .n the extreme east side Glades !
, I! waiting for bundles to be prepared The official citation read, "For wage scales now in force should be

r ,\ after the truck's arrival. County. exceptionally meritorious achievement SALE OF T BONDS continued. He also gave a resumeof I

1\\\ M the problems of labor recruiting .. i
\ ,Many have expressed an. interest WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION while participating in bomber -
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in the paper salvage campaign missions over enemy occupied Con- ,the various types and classificationsof

"..1\\II\ and it appears likely that there will MEETING I I tinental Europe. The courage;; SHOWS INCREASEApproximately labor and the problem' of absenteeism (
I'' be fine collection this first week. The Woman's ,Association of the coolness and skill displayed hv '_Ssrt.__ .
Mr. Moran
Hare upon these occasions reflect also stated that the

Ill, Clewiston Community Church_ will great credit -upon himself and the $40,000 worth of sugar, corporation did not feel thata i
: Lt. Beardsley Speaker meet at the. church at 3:00 next '
I ; Armed Forces of, the",United States. "E" bonds have been sold during continual 'incr ase in wage min I II

L&/" \ :' : At' KiwanisMeeting Thursday. _afternoon;jtae-f 3>. July i ,13.j. ... ,-" '. the Fifth':War" "Loan' ;Drive,..accordng -' imums'was': a:"absolution to the labor
3 -:':': '_ : ---- available I and I
;"v to ,the latest figures problem pointed out that the

which .is something over fifty percent decrease in the amount of consumer

Lt. V. R. Beardsley' ,. 'home on, furlough Partial Text of Testimony Given by Jay W. :of the quota of this series' bond I goods had, to a large extent, contributed I I

,. from Fort Bragg, N. C., where for Hendry County to the amount of absenteeism I

Ihe is an instructor, was the guest Moran at Sugar Hearing On Wednesday Sales of all types of bonds are I among the class of workers ,

.:,. :speaker at the Wednesday night increasing at an accelerated pace 'used in the sugar cane fields. L

meeting of' the Kiwanis Club. -- and C. V. Parkinson; county chair- The speaker also pointed out that

His talk was concerned with the The testimony submitted by Mr. Manpower: Commission regulations man of the drive, believes that Hen- the difficulty obtaining materialsfor

basic training routine for officers Clarence R. Bitting, President of the on employment stabilization do not dry County will again, as-'it. has always maintenance of equipment was

f< .in the field artillery. The training corporation, at the hearing a year preclude agricultural labor from done in the past exceed its. becoming a major problem in sugar

: period, he says, consists of twenty-: ago, included extensive comments moving from one employer to another quota which is probably much larger production as 'well as the critical

<< ", two'' weeks and treats successively relative to our' methods of opera- but the movement of such labors than that assigned any county of shortage of labor through drains by

: 7 : administration, motors, driving, tion, the housing' and care of workers not only restricted by the requirement similar 'size and population in the the armed forces and war industries.
.(., >. :night march, material and gunnery. etc. 'I, therefore, request that of approval of the ,county state. With regard to the price paid to

f He also gave an interesting and Mr. Bitting's statement at that hear- agricultural agent but also by state The First Bank of Clewiston leads the grower for sugar cane Mr. Mo-

:,.. :lively discussion of some of the ing be incorporated by reference in laws; state laws being more difficult ill "E" bond sales, reporting $18- ran stated that in his opinion the

,.<..'. technical aspects of artillery firing. the record of the hearing today. to comply with than regulations 625 the middle .of the week. The facts did not warrant any adjust-

_. Bill Walker, of West Palm Beach. The notice of your hearing stated of the War Food Administration.This Post Office reported sales amounting ment in the prices now being paid

':/:: Tvas a guest at the meeting. that one of the purposes was 'to aid has resulted in practically: oil. to 6862.50' and the Clewiston and independent growers, testifyinglater

C the recruitment of agricultural Inbar ,- agreed that the prices now paid
in the determination of wage rates Building and Loan Association reported .. "
: :. Is now being handled by the War were fair and equitable. ::
,. Hobby Shop for cultivation during the calendar sales of $5,225 this morn-
: year of 1945. In this connection, Food Administration pursuant to ing. Sales at the LaBelle post office Brigadier General Philip G. Bru- l

: Opened Tuesday I we wish to respectfully direct your the provisions of Public Law No. amounted to $8,400 the first of the ton, head of the office of labor of i
:.t...- --. attention to the remarks made by 229 of the Seventy-Eighth Congress. week for a total from all known the WFA, was commended by Mr. 'f.

'. w, M. H. Sharpe vocational agriculture Mr. Bitting, President of the cor- This Act not only provides for the sources of $39,112. Other sales Moran on his cooperation with the ;i

teacher of the Clewiston poration, at the hearing held hereon recruitment of domestic labor but unreported should bring the figure Sugar Corporation .in helping to .';

f school, announces the opening of a June 30, 1943. We are now even also for the importation of labor over the $40,000 mark in the drive solve their labor problems during ''J'

:.' :hobby shop on Tuesday night at the more convinced that it would be a from the Caribbean island coloniesof for a quota of $78,000. the past season. '

agriculture building for all inter- mistake to attempt to set rates now foreign countries. From the The government is continually John Tiedtke, owner of Shawnee !

_',' ,ested persons., for the 1945 operations. Most au- Southeastern States that were our stressing the importance of the "E" :Farms, John V. Fourmey, represent- .
< normal source of supply of harvest bond sales and during this drive I ing the Fellsmere Sugar operators '
The facilities of the ag ShOp will thorities are expressing the opinion
labor prior to the war; that is, is and J. E. Beardsley, independent ,
.,. -be available to all those attendingthe : that the European phase of the war particular emphasis being placedon
Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi bonds, I grower,__testified that they were op-
the sale I
sessions to be held each Tuesday will be over by: the end of this year.It of this type .
and Thursday night from sevento is fairly certain that the cessationof and South Carolina, we were:!i which are those of smaller denomi- posed to raising'the wage scales and {!

ten o'clock. Each person must such hostilities would result i in able to obtain, with the coopsia-: nations usually purchased by in ;recommended no change in the existing ;
:.1 tion of the 'Val'FoOd Adminlstra- dividuals. minimums despite the fact that i
furnish his materials. having affect on the economic '.
own some
';__ ...,.? conditions of 'this country. In order: tion, a maximum of 312 domestic they are now, at times, forced to go
.. ..' laborers during the 1943-1944 harvest far beyond this minimum to obtain_ '1 j
remain in accord with the
to govern- Local School Seniors
;"Memphis Belle", Story ment's policy on stabilization and season. Not all of these 312 any: kind of field labor. They also 'J .

/. laborers were here at one time so it Rank testified to complete harmony with ,;;
Of Life On A Bomber the economic problems confrontingthe High
; tiP- employer, we think no adjust- cannot be said that we had that many 'I regard to the prevailing price paid '
recruited domestic workers for the them for their cane by the proces i i,
ments in the 1945 cultivation opera- the statewide
1944 .
As half of a double feature pro- duration of the harvest season. The report sor.
tions should be considered at the
gram at the Dixie Crystal Theatre decided majority of agricultural testing program for high school I Unlike past years there were few a

next Tuesday and Wednesday: nights, present The continual time. "drain by the armdforces workers came from Jamaica, how seniors shows the Clewiston school vegetable growers present at the <

: "Memphis Belle," a piecing filmedin the ever the majority of these :workers seniors to rank high in comparisonwith I hearing, the crowd being the smallest .- ,
and industries on normal
the rest of the state it was in several It was a most .,.t '
technicolar by the U. S. 8th Air agricultural that were used during the harvest years. .:
Force will take patrons for a ride force of has domestic resulted in the laborers season were not delivered directlyto I i learned this week. These tests consist I harmonious session and was concluded making
/ : .: supply of adequate labor
questions by the
an actual mission.Theatregoeis been in and are graded luncheon.
workers had employed "
a desperately acute situation. A: a testing division University !
will see the northern of the -
agricultural areas duringthe
matter ol fact be
it must conceded
tabu- J
of Florida. The results are CADET CLUB DANCE -
the plane and
getting prepared that agriculture has been unable to summer and were. brought south II
then will ride with the the the lated on a basis of comparative per-
winter. Noneof
crew over duration of
compete with the lure of war in- centile seniors in the The Wednesday night dance at '
the they make their I rank for all I .
targets bomb
these still with
as workers are us
dustries. And, if official publications state. the Cadet Club was quite a success :
run and observe the hits. You will having been released immediatelyupon ':1
and private service reports school with a large crowd, attend mg.
The report for the "\:
almost feel the burst of the flak the completion of the harvest
A -may be accepted as authentic, even shows that four seniors rated in the committee in charge of the danco
and will see a U. S. bomber shot out these_' have. not___w been able---. tr__ succes: -.. and transported back to the north- state Since wishes to thank the people who have :
highest the
quarter in
of the sky. Tactical maps and ern states by the War Food Admin- .,
fully combat absenteeism amon, there seniors in the I donated a large selection of magazines -
were nine
; plans will be shown and it is not their workers. istration. only club. Several -m>;
_' Class of 1944 this means that forty- for use at the '
difficult to imagine yourself as the Federal and State legislation and Naturally, the importation of five per cent of the local seniors .1 organizations in town are cooperating ,.;.-j.
pilot of this plane on an awe-Iu- foreign workers for participation la furnishing hos- .
regulations continue to in alternately
4 "S, strictly control rated above sevent .*five per cent '
. = 4fe the efforts of Everglades producers our operations found us confrontedwith of all seniors in the state. Two of j Messes i for the Wednesday night afr },

JJJ BALL GAME SUNDAYThe : to recruit domestic labor. many problems that had not the local seniors averaged in the fairs. {

even If such domestic labor shouldbe been encountered theretofore. Firstof highest ten per pent while two oth- i JI

.. Clewiston High School and available. It will 'be reca.ltedthat all there was the difference of :. ers averaged in the highest twentyper I I Mrs. G. H Small and Miss Margaret \

.+ the U. S, S. C. diamond ball teams one of the Initial requisites in temperament of the workers to. cent. I I Bell left Wednesday night for

; > :will meet in.a.. game Sunday afternoon the recruitment of domestic labor ]is which our supervisory personnel, experienced The school and the members of New York where Mrs. Small was

"f-.c' at 400 at the Recreation that the permission of the county: in the handling of do- the ,senior class are to be congratu- 11 II called by the serious illness of her

Park. agricultural agent Is required. War (Continued on Page 4) lated on this splendid achievement. i

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PROUDLY .? WHAT a searching preacher (+, -.

.... of self-command is the

()_W ITs:. 6t;.?t':f.7II/tit& W.NUr'FEATUR varying phenomenon o of health.

TilE STORY THUS FAR Lieut. Col., full of roast goose, optimism! plum I General have at his command for Everyone is least known to
Frank Kurtz, Flying Fortress pilot, tells pudding, hard sauce, and produc-- this four-star task ahead? himself, and it is very difficultfor
Released by Western Newspaper Union. of that fatal day when the Japs struckIn tion I '
figures. "But a man to know himself.-
there was big news for .
the Philippines. The ground Is covered me.
REORGANIZING AMERICAFOR with the skeletons of U. S. planes.No "But something' was coming in Ever since the loss of Old 99 I had Cicero.
'FREE ENTERPRISE' longer safe to sleep In barracks, be. over the CW radio (Continuous Wave, been a,planeless pilot. True love is like ghosts which

THE VAST MAJORITY of the cause Japs are photographing Clark or Dot-Dashj and the Australian with "But now Lee Coats was to go everybody talks about and few

American people wish to continue Field, cots are moved Into a cornfield, the earphones on, after writing it with the General to Brisbane as en: have seen.-Rochefoucauld.
under the system of free which is later bombed by Japs. They down, instead of sending it in to his gineering and Howe'er
Ito operate officer, I was to take so cramped the field wherein -
would changeto evacuate to the Island of Mindanao. Harry commanding officer gave me a queer
enterprise. Those over his plane and crew for the he works;
SchreIber, the navigator, now takes embarrassed look and handed it to
form of state socialism, Java, lIe'
some war. Now at last was my has not failed- the man who
the story, telling how two Fortressesout
with regimentation and regulation of up on a mission to get a row 'of Jap me. And my heart thumped, because chance to settle the score for Old 99." never shirks.L.. .

the peoples' activities to continue transports are attacked by a swarm of I thought it just might possibly be "From Australia to Java is a full A. MCCARTHY.i M1, (fI

,after the end of the war, representbut Zeros. They crash land In a rice paddyon from Margo, although I didn't see day's work even for a Fortress," i Experience is a good school,

a small minority.For Masbate Island, buy an outrigger ca how it could be. Frank went on, "but the weatherwas ; but the fees are high.-Heine.

America to achieve a noe, sail to Isle of Panay and later get t'UIt was, from Schaetzel. He'd fine, and all of us were feeling (
free to Australia. ( waited until he flew out of the dan-
maximum result from great. The ocean was a deep blue,
enterprise there is need for a I ger, zone before breaking radio si- and we were constantly passing over

remodeling: of our hodge podgeof CHAPTER VII lence. He said he'd be in after dark islands, green with jungle growth, WHY lAKE

regulatory laws. We need a I _'"' with one body ,aboard and to have which are practically steppingstones

practical system of taxation; a "Well, It was nice, for a few days, the ambulance on the stand-by at connecting Asia with Australia.: HARSH
the field. That meant there were LAXATIVES?
and workable
to be out of danger-to start get- "The last one of all was maybethe
wounded. It finished Christ-
between labor capital and
ship ,
ting our dozen planes overhauled."And most beautiful-the famous is.
for We didn't much
and workable mas us. say ,
management of distribution, a for use at yet the thing we dreaded and neither did the Australians. But land of Bali, just before you get to Simple Fresh Fruit Drink I;
most was Christmas. It was right Java-and as 'I saw it coming ahead Makes
home and to cover our place in pretty soon one by one we got up Purgatives Unnec-
ahead of now-Christmas in defeat over the horizon I couldn't
us of help
the world of trade. and wandered out the hut. essary for Most PeopleHere's
and on this barren, hot, dusty thinking about those pictures of it
"When Schaetzel in his
Basic, simple, primary laws built desert field, with no word or mail you used to see on the round-the-
upon the Constitution as a founda- from home and no way to get word was so badly shot up that we decided world cruise folders. Always on the a way to overcome con-
to call it a wreck. It was stipation
a without
tion are possible for all of these re- back to them. We'd send cables we cover was a color photograph of -a harsh laxatives.
toss-up between his plane and LeeCoats' Drink juice of l.Sunkist Lemon ina
quirements. Providing such a struc- knew would never be answered, be- beautiful golden-brown sixteenyearold -
which was also full of bullet glass of water first thing on
ture is not a job for partisans, for cause we could give no address." girl with a wicker basket on her arising.
holes, but looking them both over,
theorists, for hobby riders or for "I'll put my Christmas up againstthe we decided Schaetzel's was some- head and a printed cotton sarong Most'people find this all they
those seeking a selfish advantage for gathered low around her and need-stimulates
one you had, said Frank, goingon what the worse. We just had to normal bowel action -
minority The construc- all feel- nothing much in between day after day!
any group. with his story. "We were have wreck the field to except a .
a serveas
tion of all such basic laws shouldbe ing low. We, knew there would be reservoir to keep completely unself-conscious. smile. Lemon and water is good for j
a spare-parts
considered as one job because of no letters or packages or even ca- the other planes in the air. The "I was feeling pretty good, and I est you.sources Lemons of are vitamin amongthe C which rich-

the inter-relationship each one would bles for us, so it was natural thaton old Swoose, here," and he jerked guess the crew was too. You. see, combats fatigue, helps resist, colds
bear to each other. this hot, dry, dusty, sun-scorched we'd been on the alert for six weeks and infections. They supply valu-

To provide for such needed funda- Christmas Day some of us should and not so much as an hour's leave able amounts of vitamins Bs and

mentals is a job for congress. By wander over to the Austra ians', radio for them to go into any town for P. They pep up appetite. They

joint resolution there should be appointed shack, just to see what little f\\, even a glass of beer. alkalinize, aid digestion. Lemon
a chairman of a board. word from home we could pick up fiI and water has a fresh tang too-
That chairman should be "Java in the late afternoon was as clears the mouth wakes
empowered on the air. you 'up,
to name such associates, withina "I should say that part of us \ beautiful as anyone had ever prom- starts you going.
ised +U would be rich velvet Try this
iI green grand wake-up drink
reasonable number, as he may were gone on a mission into the
except where the sloping 10 mornings. See if it doesn't
sun help
deem qualified subject to the \
approval Philippines; two Forts, including Use,
rice you California Sunkist
gleamed the paddies
on or
of either the senate' or of George Schaetzel, and they now Lemons.
both houses. Such a procedure would should be on that dreary, nine-hour i burned the standing water gold -'c...

take the preparation out of the drag back to Batchelor Field. We against the soot-black mud. "

realm of partisanship.The hoped none of them would be shot "We flew over the big seaport
Christmas city of Surabaya and straight toward Joscph
men capable of doing down on Day. on (
the smaller city of
such a job are not numerous. "The Australians were damned ASPIRIN
They must have a backgroundof nice to us. They let us watch them sixty-six miles away, which was to WQRIDS LARGEST SELLER AT IQI
their and handed be cur base. To get.there you
achievement; have something; open packages us
their Christmas cards to read and f have to climb a little and then en-
more practical than theories. ,
-Buy War Savings Bonds-
They should, and would, undertake then ''they'd say.. 'What part of the ter through a narrow mountain pass,
which usually is filled with clouds in
such a job with no thoughtof States are you from, Yank so we
the afternoon, like a thick cotton
could tell them 'about fami-
advantage to any one groupor our own o
stopper in a bottle. At least laterit
lies and wives best if
class, but of a fair and just or we
wanted ,to-and most of did. But served to'' keep the Zeros out. SNAPPY FACTS
result for all, for labor, capital, us 1 "-.
management, agriculture, mer- we kept:wondering about that mis- "They'd told me the field was well <* ABOUTRUBBER ..

chant and consumer.A sion, although we didn't talk about I camouflaged, but because they'd laidit

.it.. And of course we didn't know out for me carefully 'on the mapI
chairman for such a board 'they had run into serious trouble, bad no trouble in finding it. It I

might be selected from such men hit by Zeros at high altitude, and : was a' better job of camouflagingthan

as Bernard Baruch, Herbert Hoover, that Schaetzel's plane during this anything we'd ever dreamed of

Eric Johnson and others of their Christmas Day fight had been givena in the Philippines. Looking downon

type. Men who have, demonstratedtheir burst of machine-gun fire right it from altitude, you took it to

ability by achievement. Men through his radio compartment. Ser- be just an ordinary tilled field. There Up to the beginning of last
who believe in free enterprise. Men Killian his radio 3) A what looked like
geant operator, was a cornfield year B. F. Goodrich'producedmore
whose minds are broad enough to was shot through the top of the headas almost across the runway,. and in butadiene-type general

encompass practical needs and he was helping the gunners re-. addition a fake railway; line cross- purpose synthetic rubber than
maximum results for the American load-picking new ammunition it. I had difficulty in
up, ing even pick- all other plants in America,
people. cans full of ,50-caliber belts and ing out the hangar roofs, so care- including those owned by the

With the Constitution as a founda- handing them up, and taking back fully were they painted, into the government. The first U. S. 1L.
tion we must build a new, more the empty leans, while the gunners tropical 'vegetation. commercial butadiene-type

equitable, structure of basic law if pounded away at the Zeros. "We crossed it, turned, circled, synthetic plant was set up byB.

we are to secure maximum bene- "Two others had been badly, and landed. The Dutch weren't even F. Goodrich in 1939.
fits from the And my heart thumped because I
operation of our free wounded by the same burst, and using their radio to bring us in for
thought possibly it might be from'
enterprise The .
system. patchwork since this was at high altitude, it fear of giving away' the location of Black derbies, frequently called

under which we have operated is was very serious. Because maybethe Margo.his that beautifully hidden field. They "Iron hats," are said to be the

outmoded. There is nothing basic boy topples over so that his brought us in with a flash gun, and most populnr exchange mediumfor
thumb backward, "still has those
about it.
Any attempts to it
patch oxygen mask falls off. There isn't luckily I could show my new crew rubber the Indians of
with tail surfaces we took off that plane. ,among
up more amendments will
only much you can do for a woundedman the precision-type landing requiredon the San Bias region of Panama.No .
i( additional We needed everything, but most of .
to throw
; during combat at high altitude. needed that grass field which was laterto mention has been made ,of
bomb-bay tanks.
the we
of gas
gears our production and dis-
When you have wounded men prove tough as We came in premiums for brown derbies!
tribution machinery entirely out of aboard, you try to get down to at "Of course we were in terrible in the usual soft Javanese after-
mesh. Partisan politics, or bureau- shape. The old 19th BombardmentGroup rainstorm and of .
least 10,000 feet as soon as you noon course I ,!
s cratic theories, can have no placein can, so they won't be under the had lost two-thirds. its orig- didn't dare apply brakes as you fo.

the doing of such a job as isfr strain of breathing through oxygen inal strength in three weeks, and would on macadam. I was to findit
needed. we were now reduced to about a
masks. was a tricky job getting off and
: "But there were Zeros still be- dozen planes-about enough for a decent on that slippery turf with a full

fr AIRCRAFT DEMAND low them. One of the Fort's prime squadron.' load of bombs.
AFTER THE 1 the time
WAR defense weapons is altitude, and "And just'about we were "The boys were of course in a d'r rz,
THE WAR has undoubtedly in- George knew if he broke away from adding up this score and wondering lather to get into town, but first there roFGthjth

creased the air-mindedness of the formation and dived down alone, he what would happen to us next we had to.be the usual: pilots' meeting

American people to an extent that stood a very good chance of being found out, for without warning Gen- and it's always the same-I
will mean increased air eral Brereton landed on the field, ?
picked off. don't care who the officer is, Cap-
facilities when the war is over. did the and we were immediately sum- tain Major or Lieutenant Colonel
That "So he right thingstayedwith : ,
increase should moned to a' meeting in Operations.
it double
the formation, only it he's got to stand up there and dish
treble or quadruple the demand for hell of a hard decision to make was on a "He's a tough, quick, cocky, fight- out the old college pep talk about ""

commercial planes, cannot possibly Christmas Day, with those ing little Air Force officer who how we're here to do this and that'
be great poor to sit down when
enough to provide continued doesn't like he's
while the boys are snorting to
wounded men in back, fighting for get
; oper ion of all, or even any major breath in the high air. laying out plans or giving orders. into town. .
portion, of our airplane plants. "He told us the United States
When we entered the war all the "We knew nothing of this yet, but Army Air Force of the Far East, of I "Only 'this one wasn't so bad. Be-
aviation lines in already we were feeling pretty low commander cause at last we were going to do
the nation were fly- which he was was mov-
..'' ing less than 400 planes, To meet and the Australian radio operatorwas ing all its bombers to Java, and at what we had for" years been trainedto

the war demand our airplane plants twiddling his dials trying to getus once. Its main base would be on do with our Fortresses. When R EUMATIC PAIN!
those reinforcements came stream- ai w >
have turned out over, 9,000 planes m a program from the States so a field near the city of Malang. From Need not Spoil your Day-Get after It Row
month. we wouldn't be homesick. We ing in we could go out in big forma- Don't C-2223 to
one That would be enough hoped there we would operate out of ad- put off getting re-
: to provide any possibly anticipated maybe we'd get just, a homely de- vanced bases already prepared by tions and drop a pattern that meant lieve pain of muscular rheumatism
;' commercial scription of what kind of something. I and other rheumatic pains. Caution: rt
demand a Christ- the
for a year after the Dutch on outlying islands Use only directed. First bottle
the war. mas Day it was in a typical American I, of Borneo and the Celebes. From "Later they were to find that purchase price as back if not satisfied.

town that might be any of ours, ''I these our first missions would all Dutch dating wasn't as simple as SOC and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223.

GOP FARM PLANK and how the snow crunched under be concentrated on breaking up an it looked, because the first three or

BEFORE THE REPUBLICANS the feet of the people walking up on immense concentration of Jap trans- four times you had to take Mama

complete their platform it is to be porches to deliver Christmas pack- ports which was gathering at Davao and Papa along.

hoped they will consult Wheeler Mc- ages, and maybe hear the real ,Bay, on the southern tip of the Phil- "At the end of dinner, before they For ONLY 10/Now

Millen on the agricultural plank. He American voices of some'real Amer- ippines. left, we'd all stood up and drunk Less than

can give them ,a practical program ican girls in a Christmas choir sing "But as he talked we got curious. just one New Year's toast-to the

for the encouragement of produc- ing 'Holy Night' or '0 Little Townof Just how big was this American Air memory of all those guys we'd

t tion that will assist materially in Bethlehem' or'some of the other Force of the Far East which the known so well back in the Islands

making us, independent of other sections old-time songs. General commanded, and whose who couldn't be with us 'now, anda

of the world for many things "What we got instead was a lot task it was to smash the Japanesein score the Air Force had to set

we now import. It will give the of politicians doing their stuff on the Philippine Islands so they : tle in their behalf. Java seemed fat

I ; farmers increased income and cost war aims. They were from all over couldn't reach out to the Dutch East and lush and peaceful, but I knew

the government but a fraction of the the world, sounding off 'all over the Indies? The 19th, had started out as just ahead of us was terribly hard ** i m lid a dosegzyuse

price paid for AAA and soil con- dial, and we argued with those Aus- a Group, commanded by a colonel.' work, long missions, hitting again only as directed.
servation., It is a program of produc- tralian kids as to which ones were Its strength was now practically one and again if we were to hold the

'. tion instead of scarcity. The farmer the corniest, theirs or ours. They squadron, an adequate command fora Japs back until those thousand 1i
would prefer to earn his money insisted theirs were, but we couldn't major in peacetime. Just how American planes arrived."

rather than have it given to him. agree, because ours were all stuffed many Groups would this two-star (TO BE CONTINUED)


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r",, : Sundays in the

''Y' tI summer time, -.
$fi1; Ah me, whit suffering
: ; I a they merle !
.I ., IWNUSeniBehindtheScenes Y w Q To have

c papermen's alleged reasons shop-talk for the Stuff includes unpopularityof : News-the w. & e I : F '" c e And dressed Feel ,50 up -a.ll dt..y

De Gaulle in certain high political stiFF. tjid hot D'

places. One statesman said: "He with is __0'; y .. ___ay..rr__ra...._,__ .,-.--- ---.- _._n _._ ..... ......_ ..---- and cle't..n.'t"tCCA"1. r
arrogant, hard to get along '

De stuffy.Gaulle" "likes. Another to make revealed an that en- Thousands of Nazis Rounded Up Invasion Drive m

trance" (especially in swanky hotel .'0.---.' """"""" ...,,.. ...,__..'.... .__. ,, OU r
\ dining rooms; when a trumpeter ,

t.,: 1..;>- too-tootles his approach with some
ta-da, dee-da, dah, dee, da, dahing). YAIOGNS(NTANISIGIrY + "' lSA1Q![ S1AL41' i iCA

This got on the nerves of Allied big- WNU Features.

shots. It is said Mr. Willkie will pqp, wY
fT l0 M+ fp
certify to the last item. De
Gaulle is called "the bride" when 1At&UA vtAtAr.At' CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

Roosevelt discusses him with Vlef P' 4eFtIAt'G7.VG."aW'1.a N.IfNNt.YaR trA'C 'ty/q' '

Churchill via trans-Atlantic phone IPkl '"a psac

Once FDR asked the Prime Min-
ister: "How's the bride?" "All E HAIR ,

right," Mr. C. is said to have FAUISFQ TtOUYIIINAe too RFVeA rcAAIrNONTLfUeQ HELP WANTED

answered "but I. am having trouble p \ / YUIf1IfSuufYA
. Q WANTED-Men between 35-50 to work as
i' with the groom!" Meaning Gir- ru left 0IIRGLNTAN bell men and elevator men in fine resort
I v ST VALAFYSII hotel. They must be thoroughly sober and
and others AIVI
aud. reliable.
Salary is S50 and $60 per month
should not forget De Gaulle was the p, olippfBISNAY plus room and meals.
first to yell: "We Will Fight!" Lookout Mountain MOUNTAIN- Tennessee.

The Squelch Proper: Radie Har- oUEN WANTED -Experienced yard man and
IOVVIFFf O ground keeper for fine resort hotel. Salary
ris relays the one about the feud $60 month together with room and board.

between Jane Cowl and Philip Meri- Lookout LOOKOUT Mountain MOUNTAIN- HOTEL Tennessee.

vale when they appeared in "The

Road to Rome" hit. Their quarreling AIANI SI?y WANTED-White and colored waiters for
fine resort hotel. Salary those with: ex-
finally aroused, director Lester SIIN( IIVIeI perience, $50 per month together with

A, Lonergan, who succinctly said: "I : I room and meals.LOOKOUT .MOUNTAIN HOTEL

If" just want to remind you, Miss ,nAixF7c Lookout Mountain Tennessee.
Cowl, that the billing on this play is
Jane Cowl and Philip Merivale, not WANTED-Settled white woman age 35-
PARIS 45, to do maid work in fine resort hotel.
Jane Cowl. vs. Philip Merivale. Salary to those with experience $60 per I
month together with room and board.
Oop Recently a Nazi prisoner of Lookout Mountain Tennessee. I

from the stockade at {
war escaped } f.+St
Camp Crowder. He learned the NURSERY STOCK 1

location of the camp's supply ware-

house and got there without being Early I state of invasion shows the De-peniiablo ornamentals Fruit and and general Nut Trees-Small stock.Irnlts Combined I
detected. He broke in- shed his PW 't-r: :' ,z'x.."i ,,.,;. Allied armies nearing Carentan (1)a '" V.illry Catalog Nurseries: and 1'lanKng Inc.! ,Guido nursery McMinnvilleTenn.PERSONAL Free.CmnbernJ -. I

uniform, put on American uniform few miles from Cherbourg.
' I l"., that draped him perfectly. But Some of the 10,000 Nazi prisoners taken in France and shipped to Another thrust was the St. Lo (2)),
then he made the boner resulting inr England for internment during the first days of the invasion. Almost chief enemy communications cen- I
every racial type of Europe is represented in this group being marched
'. his capture. ter on the peninsula. British and Check Up On Yourself Send lOc coin or !
Hunting through a stack of hats ashore in England. Among' the prisoners taken in Nazi uniforms were a Canadians moved in direction of I stamps for Psychological Chart prepared by j t
world famed teacher.Mt.Washington Pnbs., II
: ; he put one on that fit' hint. Then he large number of Japanese. Caen (3). I S880-S2 San Rafael. Los Angeles 31. Calif. !

I stepped out across the camp .. I
: : grounds and was seized almost at ; SAGE
Cuban Fireside Chat'Dr. !
. once. Yanks Land at Normandy
He had on the hat of, a WAC. Sate for seasoning-Fresh ground. $1.50 I
per pound delivered. Sage plants. 10 for $1 \ '
r .Nbiyyy, : delivered. .1. D.
I : ", 'S"1. Fuller Mounlville. Ga.
Ouch: It happened before Su- : 'fk: i ,.

.' preme Court Justice Aaron J. Levy. BOOKS J

. The man before him said: "I would s.i.r I
:, like to change my name. 'It's been UNUSUAL BOOKS not found in book stores '
' embarrassmentto w -.x ;::: -the books you like to read.
a source .of great Write for complete list.
me" f WILKINS, Dept. N-8 Dnnnellon. Fla. I I

"What is your. name?" asked Hiz-

zoner. Albinos 1 to 10,000 I I

"Levy," said the fellow. Albinos appear at the rate of' i
"Rarely in the life of any jurist," one in 10,000 persons.

;. was the caustic retort, "comes I

y there a motion which he can grant 1
:: with such I
: pleasure.

.. Shawt-shawt: Returned bomber WillysI

;:., pilots have a favorite story not new

it ,p'; to some of us on the papers. It deals
with the U. S. bomber flyingT't.
\ crew
..,... <;: :" over Switzerland, which was hailed k {

via radio by the ground crew of a

.\: ', Swiss anti-aircraft battery. "This is .

neutral Get we'll _. ,. ...... ,, .._........ ..._.., .. .....-.. ,.,. ... .', ._, ,- Jeep
:-. territory. away or tsM: ?< ";v -"""' ':'''''''' ""- '<":'l.J{ ; :; w "''' tiWBattleequipped '

:: open fire." Grau San Martin, who was
American coastof
to the Normandy
troops splash'ashore
r; "Yes,, we know, replied the elected President of Cuba recently,
in initial
France phase, of the beachhead landings. Casualties were
Yanks to which the ack-acked. he
; guns shown at the microphone as
reported light and replacements were rushed ashore hour after hour. Little
j:.. "Hey," radioed the Americans, delivered an address to the peopleof
opposition was encountered during the landing 'of these particular I Yanks,
' 'o' "your shells are exploding 1,000 Cuba shortly after his triumph af
although during landing operations at other beachheads the casualtieswere /Power Plant
\ yards below us. I heavier. the polls.

"Yes," was the reply, "we know." :)

't"; Newspaperman Stuff: Editor and Paratrooper Ready

f '' : Publisher reports that Lowell Mel- Guest of the Vatican Freed i.t tf

-=- r lett (who recently quit' his post asasst Soothing .,
_._ ..... SALVE
," to the President to do a syndi-. -- -- ANTISEPTIC 1

r cated column) has just been granted Used by thousands with satisfactory fe- ; I
;. a $5 raise by the St. Louis Post- cults for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. :.
Get Carboil at drug stores or writo
.. Dispatch-a raise he. requested 40 Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn. 1 jI ;
years ago. ; .
At that time, Mellett asked his

managing editor for the payhikeand y s, fwitG yi
when turned 'down he quit. The a MEXSAMSOOTHING ;!
,.r ;: ,+' I 1
P-D was among the first to buy his

.;. '_" colyum., It pays him the wage he '/ ,, f > l't la I I I I SOOTHING MEDICATED POWDER }!,I,
got when a reporter. 3i J:' Also
.. -a / '4 helps to prevent diaper
As a matter of principle, Mel- 4' ;' ., ; l I rash. Soothes, cools,
lett asked the present editor to pay and protects tender skfn. I!

$5 extra. He got this reply: "Okay.

Sorry you had to wait so long for

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: Merciless Truth John Erskine recalls '
o' a college dean who used to say :'tj44v ; .

you couldn't' teach a man mathematics IR'
if there was a girl in the

t .'-j.. room, or if you could, he wouldn't
be worth teaching. For You To Feel Well
24 hours every dAY 7 day every
week never stopping, the kidneys filter
Hcheheh: The editor of This Week }M b waste matter from the blood.If .
more people were aware of bow the
convulsed the column with the
one kidneys must constantly remove surplus -
about the sentry who heard a fry fluid excess acids and other waste
matter that in the blood
cannot stay
noises, and called out: "Who goes without injury to health there wouldbe
there?" A voice from the darkness better understanding of why the
whole system ia upset when kidneys fail
I answered: "Lieut. Jones. Let me to function properly.
through." N Burning,scanty or too frequent urinatIon -
sometimes that somethingis
"I can't let you proceed, sir, with- < wrong. You may suffer nagging backache -
' out the password," said the sentry. headaches, dizziness rheumatic
; :> pains getting up at nights swelling.
'. ";, ,:', "Oh, for goodness sakes," said the Why not try Doa'PIII&7 You will

\ ,.i',: officer, "you know me well American paratrooper going country be using over.a medicine Doan stimulate recommended the tuneI the
enough. Let me through." aboard a transport plane at a British tion of the kidneys and help them to
.< .-,> !' .w>" }' ; r'jil; ( 'w'-'a. ''''''''w..i''t flush out poisonous waste from the
:' "No can do, was the retort, airbase before the takeoff for blood. They contain nothing harmful.

. Y' "o... "gotta have the password, sir." Mrs. Tittman, wife of the American charge d'affairswas among the invasion of Europe. The para Get Doan'i today. Use with confidence.At .'
, I
r'lr ::. Just then a bored-with-it-all sol the many Americans who were given protection in the Vatican when troopers carry more equipment than nU drug

:, .1f. dier in the nearby guardhouse the United States entered the war. She is shown at the gates of Vatican an average squad, as it is essential MJ1Tfl
yelled: "Oh, don't stand there argu City as she velcomed, entering Americans of the victorious fifth army. I that they-be ready for any emer-

ing all night-shoot him." 1 Vatican is now giving protection to Nazi diplomats caught in Rome. gency.


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loading cane, as well as those cut- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHH. in the hall Refreshments of ice
The Clewiston News ting cane only. This bonus con- C. Meador, Pastor cream and cake were served. Mrs. :. ;-:":":":":--:":":":":-.:": :":,,:,:":':': ..:..:..:..:

sisted of an addition of 20% of the A. O. Ward and Mrs. C. E. Mills act

basic earnings of those employeeswho Sunday School-9'45 a. m. ed as chaperons. These Friday night
Published every
Florida/ 'by the CLENISTON1eNEWS. earned not less than $17.25 in Morning Worship-11:00: a. m. programs are sponsored by the With
tnc. anyone work week. This figure is P.-T. A. and it is hoped that all
Training Union-6:45 p. m.
based on 13 tons of small barrel young people wIll take the oppor-
Entered as second class mall matter burnt cane per week, a fractionover Evening "Worship-8:00 p. m. I tunity to atfend. Dancing lasts:! lx Our

February crewislon,1,Florida 1927, at, under the Post,the Office Act of In 16 tons of medium barrel burnt Prayer Service, Wed..-8:30 p. m. from eightthirty"until eleven each Boysin

March 3, 1897. cane per week and approximately A cordial invitation is 'extendedto Friday night.

19 % tons of large barrel burnt! can all the new comers to Clewistonto
CAR SETTLE, Publisher per week. We repeat again the worship with us at all of our serv- MRS. ALSTON ENTERTAINS

- ,.-- statement expressed by Mr. Bittingat ices. We are delighted to have all BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY
uxjujui ij i
the hearing on June 30 of last service in services. t
Subscription. nntc-$2.50 Per Year men our r
year that the critical scarcity or The weekly teachers and officers Mrs. D. G. Alston was hostess to Service
Adrcrtinlne Itnton On Application. absence of consumer goods has suc- council will begin at 7:45 p. m. the Wednesday Bridge Club at her

ceeded in removing an incentive forth sharp Wednesday. We are happy home this week.

Devoted to the advancement and welfare average agricultural worker to to; note an increase each week and Mrs. H. R. Hall won high score

of Clewiston and Hendry County. work regularly. In other words, to hear testimonies of the help be- prize and received .a pottery vase, I..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:--,:..:.-:..:-.:..:

----- ,- --,---' '. ---- this type of employee now finds that : ing received. Let all teachers and_ Mrs., W. H. Lanier won the lucky ......
he is confronted only: with the problem officers' be present this week. cut and received a double deck of Columbus, Miss
of securing enough money to The lUd'Veek'prayer service begins cavds. Mrs. F. E. Conkling sub- I July 1.

NATIONAL EDITORIAL. provide those necessities which he is at 8:30. We are experiencing stituted for Mrs. R. C. Wilson. I Mr. Carr Settle, -

iSSOCIATiN able to procure in the markets. The great blessings in this service. We The hostess served ice cream and 'Dear Sir:
absence of consumer goods, together who cake to the following members: Mrs I I
are hearing from our boys are am receiving your paper regularly -
with the rationing of gasoline, the K. Bowden, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. California -
out there, and remembering themin I I since I came back from
scarcity of used cars within his price prayer. The boys to be remembered W. H., Lanier, Mrs. Carl E.. John- I I and really enjoy hearing-
has brought about situation. !son, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. 'R. M. i
range a this week are Lloyd Kelly, Elbert 'what: the old gang is doing and
, Around. in which an employee" who works Hooker, Stanley McCorkle, Carl Bishop and Mrs. G. B. Thomas. l'' where they are. I was in Califor-'

Sporting regularly has money in excess of his Hansen, Ted Prescott. Let some T nia for seven I weeks going througha

living requirements and nothing on relative or friend bring some recent Group Is AttendingLake B25 school. They can talk all "'-<
By Bernard Myers which to spend it. Not being of a word about these and let us they want to about California but '

:,t If' of you happen to' be out at thrifty nature means that he usually join in 'prayer for them.W. Alfred CampRev. give me good old Florida every' day.I .
... does not return to work un- have just received a promotionfrom
: of the high school diamond ball
games, you will probably see a great til this excess, or surplus money has L. Wethington was taken to David C. Hancock, pastor of sergeant to staff sergeant which

number of coaches assisting with the been spent.A Lee Memorial Hospital' in Fort the Community Church, is directing permits me to live off the base. T
chores that usually accompany a comparison of the wage determinations Myers on Friday of last week witha this summer the activities at the hope to be in Clewiston about July

:, This is the official CHS I that were in effect in paralytic stroke. His conditionis Junior High Camp at Lake Alfred 15 and hope some of the. old gang

,-. board game. of strategy, and is composed January, 1941, with the tentative said to be still very serious. which is conducted by the West- will be there also.

":: of Lefty Baker, Jim Beardsley, wage determinations that were in minister Fellowship State Assembly You know that I worked for the

. Buddy Fountain, Luther Owens, and effect during the 1943-1944 harvest Dick Owen, who has been spend- The camp lasts from July 3 (Continued en Page 8)

,.. Melvin Pape. These men' come to season reveals that the rate of increase ing a week's furlough with his parents through the 10th and is being at- oT'

_ the games to help the boys acquire in each job classification, including Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, tended by Jo Ann Crouch, Carline Buy WAR BONDS and be sure I

'f ;' a little ball sense. When we 'are piece rates, has not been after completing his Navy V-12 Berner, Shirley Owen Jeanne Bartz you buy MORE than, BEFORE.Johnson's .

:, short of players, they take a turn less than 30We do not feel training at Miami left Monday night and Jinimy Johnson and Rev. Hancock -
that a continual increase in the by train for Notre Dame University
f.:, in the field. This doesn't go unappreciated .
determinations in and ....... .
IS; since it takes this kind wage year- where he will enter a school for -- --
year out, is the answer to our cur- t
/i of interest to build good ,athletic Midshipmen. I Fish CampNear
Girl Scouts Plan
i:.' is rent labor problems. An adequate
teams.. I hope the same interest
: shown in our football team next answer will not, and cannot, be determined Misses Letha Stacey, Lillian Ken- Entertain LaBelle ( Huiricane Gate) t

fall. Incidentally, Lefty Baker de- in our opinion, until such ny and Evelyn Lee, Mrs. Doyle ITo Clewiston., Fla.

;.' serves a few extra plaudits for his time as the economic conditions of Worth, Bill Handley, Lefty Green- Boats and l\Iotors-Guide Service :
V umpiring in this slightly: warm this country' and some of the efforts wald, George Bragg and Jim Daly I At the regular meeting of the Rates ReasonableW. I'

< .. weather. returned to a state of normalcy and spent the Fourth of July -at Lake Intermediate Girl Scouts on Thursday -, II. Johnson, Mgr.
at forced economic control havea Worth Beach. night plans were made to entertain J '';';;;'
basis of traditional American : ( the LaBelle] Girl Scouts the r.nnw..wnwT. ...
The National League race looks .
r .- ,like a walkaway for the Cards this practices. We feel that the steps P.-T. ;\. DANCE I last Friday in July. --

Y year, but the America League pen- taken by the Congress in enacting I The Boy Scouts will beinvited M. WEEKLEY'SFURNITURE
'' nant winner Is highly uncertain. legislation which empowers the Last night at the Recreation Hall to participate in a dance to be 'held .

Following is the opinion of two War Food Administration to import the young people of Clewiston heldan I i that night and the girls will camp

would be experts, Shorty Musgraveand labor is the only successful tem- informal dance. Music was sup {+ out overnight at the Boy Scout camp STOREDealer

myself. Shorty picks the Yanks, porary solution to the problem. plied by the automatic phonograpn : grognds.I .

" Browns, White Sox and Red Sox la At this point in my remarks, I --

that order. :My choices: are the should like to commend Colonel in NEW and USED .
, Browns, Red Sox, Yankees, and Philip G. Bruton, of the Office of =N 1.:N:N:N:N:N:..:N N:N:N:M:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N :N N..:N..:N:N:N N N:..:N NON.N-11:N:N:N:..:N:N:N. FURNITURE

White Sox. Time and the draft will Labor, War Food Administration,
tell. and his associates for the splendid We have installed a new .' ..
Buy Sell Trade
cooperation and assistance they have or

The All Star game, for change* rendered in. 'connection 'with procu- VULCANIZING MACHINE

fi,.,'; looks like the National League with- rement of ,agricultural labor for us. i Spring Construction Velour I
::, out too much trouble. This will be This expression of appreciation I Upholstery Living Room
For tires'and tubes-also Suite
'' 'J the first time in many" moon that applies also to Mr. A. P. Spencer, vulcanizing

I' the ,N. L. will have the power hitters State Director of the Extension 40' New stock of tires and tubes I New Cotton-Felt Mattresses
f4t.- on its side. And they may have Service, and the county agents in I
* {< Small Selection of Parts 4
1. a little edge in pitching, too. But Hendry, Glades and Palm Beach ,'. I' Good! Used Lawn Mowers
r: "- then, I've been wrong before. Counties. 1'.'

' -------- Without the cooperation and the Swindle's Garageon I And Refrigerators: .
: Here is a sports puzzler for you. tireless efforts of these gentlemenand
1 Next To Carson's Store
How can' a ball team make six hits the members of their staffs the Pacific Avenue .
in one inning and still not score a production ,of sugar during the last I LaBelle -

run? preceding harvest would not have '...:..:.:--:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:........ i "" ....

been possible.The .

The Prisoner of War Detachment supply of labor for cultivation_ ,n__ _n___
continues to lead the local softball purposes has been alleviated slight .. ,.---. "
3 league with ten victories and one ly through the use of German pris- '"\ /
defeat, this being administered by oners of war."re submit herewithas OLD JUDGE SAYS. ;L.,

the Moore Haven Nuts. Play will an exhibit a copy of the agreement : ,
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continue throughout ,summer. which we have executed with :- '
Standings are as follows: the United States Army governingthe 1" \ 1 ;
Won Lost Pet. use of these prisoners. In order i :

Guards ........................10. 1 .909 to obtain these prisoners we reached r1 11. ti \
: Harvard um.m............ 6 'i .857 an agreement with the Army / i iI

High School .....,.....:.:.: .9 4 .692 whereby we set aside for their ex- I

Bolts, ................... u.....-6 5 .545 clusive use one of our plantation I 1--
Nuts ...............-....:....-.:.<..6 .454. villages. There are approximate I !-

U. S. S. C. ........m.....,;.,;2 .7 .222 350 men within this village, how- : I I iI i

Yale ...m.?...................-"'. .:;.2. '7 .222 ever not all this number is available' ,.

Link ......._..............._ ,2 9-, .172 for cultivation purposes inasmuch. I

' as a certain number is required to I II I II

"-f-:. Partial TextContinued carryon the maintenance activitiesof I r

: the camp. Thecontract for the I It
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'; use of these prisoners will remainin ; ,
.: ( trom'PagEt' 1) effect until ,December 31 1944 I
mestic laborers, had to become I
ac- subject, of course, to the probabilityof i
< quainted. Then, too, since none of
early cessation of hostilities with
these workers I
: were permitted to I
our European
bring their families into this'coun- ..'
try, it naturally became the responsibility CLEWISTON COMMUNITY-: -

of the employer to provide CHURCH \
mess halls and other facilities for Da\id C. Hancock, Minster ;- I '

feeding the entire force of these :

workers three meals each day. The SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1944 '

agreement between the Jamaican Sunday School, 945; Dr. C. E. -H L5' -

-' and United States Government Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor
required -
that ,the Jamaican' workers all ages.Morning \ \ !: -'" fl. -

be provided with a hot meal during worship, 11:00. A nurs- '_..,....-. I' '\ J
the middle of the day. ery for small children is conductedby "' ". I I

During the 1943-1944 harvest sea- the Mothers' Club at the Com- 1SS. :

son, we had at one time a maximum munity Center. '' .' -S
of approximately 2,700 Guest minister for this Sunday .- -

\': Again it should be pointed Jamaicans. will be the Rev. Bruce J. Giffen, of 'The men overseas don't mince any words among American service men in England by-
I' ; although this number out that Ft. Lauderdale. about the way' they want to find this the British Institute of Public Opinion. .,
was at our ,; home. When hundreds of men were asked pointblank
: service at time country when they come marching ..
one during the harvest C. J. Lovvorn left Saturday to do they, Judge how they would vote on prohibition,' '
season does
t, not necessarily" spend his vacation at. Morehead 1 85% of them stated, in unmistakable terms,
indicate that we had that number of Beach, N. C., where Mrs. Lovvorn t""They certainly! don't, Herb..and they that they would vote against it There's no i..:

Jamaicans' throughout the harvest is pending the summer as office shouldn't.! They're doing n masterful job doubt about it, H.erb...the men overseas .:'.::,
"- season. As a matter, .of' fact, our manager of the Atlantic fighting over there to protect our rights and don't want any action taken on that subject; "
>.. records indicate that the average Beach Ho- they have good license to expect us to prowhile' they're away." '"'
.L number of Jamaicans available dur- test theirs back here at home. One thing 1
r; ing the entire harvest season tel.FOR they're mighty clear on is their stand on "And they're 100% right, Judge, because ;
about ,was i I know how I felt when I came home after
:t::?. 1,600. RENT -: Garage I prohibition. the last war-only to learn that we had '.

In an effort to combat excessive Apt. Bed i' 'Their position on that subject was stated been over there fighting for so impractical a -
t' absenteeism among the agricultural room, living very emphatically in a poll taken recently thing as Prohibition." :,

1 employees, we inaugurated, early in room and bath. No kitchen -
a bonus for
the benefitof Tilt aditrliumtnt tperuoitd ty Conftrtnci ofAIeokotic Set trait Indtutria,lie

those engaged in cutting and facilities. Phone 95. .. err. '. .a:: '

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Weds 1 Ga. and/the bridegroom's sister and
Miss Doris Hodges Larry WaldenAt
: brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lou.
Place of Clewiston.

j I Baptist Church Here On SundayThe Serving at the reception were Mrs.

PERSONAL -- SOCIETYMr. James Bobbitt, Mrs BeTssic Morris,
'AIrs H. C. Threlkeld and Mis. Eric

Larson. Mrs.. Julian Threlkeld was
. : First Baptist Church was the niunity was attested to by the largo in charge of the bride's hook.

$ I scene Sunday- afternoon at five o'- I crowd of friends who filled the The bridegroom was born and

..., J -- clock of wedding of great interestin I church to overflowing for the cere- raised in Clewiston and graduated

-' the community when Miss Doris mony.Mr. I II from High School here in 1040.!) He-
-T. Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston spent Miss Elsie Martin returned home lodges became the bride of Larry I Walden received his high was an employee of the United

the holidays in Miami. Tuesday after spending a month I. Walden, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.L. school education in Plant City and I States Sugar Corporation until he
with her grandparents in Stuart. I.' Walden of Plant City: was graduated from Southern College -' enlisted in the Navy in Novemberof
' : week-end Rev. H. C. Meador the in Lakeland in the Class of
Gene Powers spent last pastor of 1942 and during most of the time
visiting relatives in Lakeland. Miss Annette Patricia Hoffman church, officiated at the services in 1940. He taught in public schoolsof he has been in service he has been

.. -- returned home :Monday evening a setting 'of pale pink] gladioli 'Hillsborough County for some- stationed at the Jacksonville Naval

A. D. Frith spent the week-end from a visit in St. Petersburg.Miss against a background of bamboo, time and for the past three years Training Station. He is now attached -

:.",' \ with his sister in Miami. palm fronds and crotons. The marriage has been employed by the Embry- to the Aviation Radar Opera-

,'\- Evadeue Moree is spendingher vows were spoken before an I Riddle Company at fields In Arcadia -I tor's School as an instructor.

Charles B. Owen left Thursday vacation visiting friends and arch of fern and jasmine Union City, Tenn., and for;I The young couple will make their

J:; for a visit in Washington, D. C. relatives in Lake City. Dennis Small of LaBelle sang I I the past five months at the local home t2742. Lydia St., Jacksonville -
,) r -- "At Dawning" and "Ah! Sweet field where. he is'a primary flight T '

(: Miss Ruth Elder of Avon Park is Mrs. E. E. Scott of Fort Myers is Mystery of Life" accompanied at instructor. '.

; the guest"of Mrs. Paul Harris. the guest this week of Mrs. J. W. the piano by Mrs Small 'who also Following: the ceremony & reception Polk-Lewis

Moore f played a program of appropriate was held on the lawn at the 'J

Mr.' and Mrs. F. Carl Long were wedding music while the guests as- home of the bride's parents. As- .
': visitors' Sunday in Fort Myers. Misses June Dunaway and Mary sembled. sisting in the entertaining were: The marriage of Miss Kathleen '"

Nell Christian and Connie Ramsey The bride, who. was given in marriage Mrs. C. R. Krueger, Mrs Wilbur Lewis and Lacy B. Polk both of

Mrs. T. E. Musgrave spent several spent Sunday and Monday in West by her father wore a gown of Montgomery, Mrs. H, J. loath, Mrs. Clewiston, was solemnized on June

*>,1 days: this week: in Miami. Palm Beach. white shadow organdie made with Jack Himrod and Miss Corrine Ba- 22nd at the.',home' of Mrs. Folk's ;

,9 -- full skirt on a fitted bodice. Her ber. Mrs. H., C. Meador had chargeof parents in Nashville, Georgia '

Mr., and 'Mrs. F. E.. Conkling and Mrs. F. E. Passeneau of, Miami is finger-tip veil 'was held in place by the bride's book. Wedding cake Rev. Harris, a minister of that city,

sons, Frank and Eddie, spent the here for a two weeks' visit with her sprays of orange blossoms and a haJo and punch were sevred. 4 I performing the ceremony in the ;

[ holidays at Lake Worth Beach. daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and of seed pearls. She carried an arm The couple left after the reception presence of members of her:: immediate :S';

E[ Mrs. F. A. Garrone. bouquet of bride's roses and maidenhair for Sarasota where they spenta family and friends ":',

Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Driver and = fern. i couple of days before returning to Mrs. Polk spent the past y(>ar. i

Mr. and1rs.. Bob Westmoreland Mr. and Mrs. Luther Owens, Miss Mazie Unwin of Pahokee, the Clewiston. They are residing on I here visiting her sister, Mr&\ Ethel

.r spent. the week-end! in, Bartow. Peggy Walker, Laura Ann Owens maid of honor, wore peach petal West Trinidad Avenue. Sutton, and attended Clewiston

E i and Emmett Dugger spent the weekend chiffon and carried pale pink and Among the out-of-town guests at I High School, graduating with the .

Mrs. Harry Knight left Thursday in West Palm, Beach. white carnations. the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. 1944 Class. She is the daughter oC ,j

,i' k for a short visit with relatives Chambers, Mrs. George Aylor, daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lewis, of Nashville .;
Acting girls
as were Judy
; in Norfolk, Va. Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff'spent Elizabeth and son Albert, Mrs. Ga. V J
Curtner wearing pale green and
the holidays in West Palm Beach in W. H. Young; Mrs. Marjorie Buoff, Mr. Polk is a son of Mr. and'Mrs.
Lorraine Dunaway pale yellow
M. M. Prewitt was 'a business with Mrs. Duff's parents,... Mr. and lot Miami; Mrs. M. J. ,Hatcher, Mr. G. C. Polk of Lake: City and has resided .
i sheer voile frocks] made with tight
visitor in Miami for a few days last Mrs. F. E. Bryant. I and Mrs. C. J. Law of Eustis; Mrs. in Clewiston for the past five .
bodice and long full skirts. .
I' week.. IE. Woody of Thomasville, Ga., Mr. years. He is now employed by .the :JIi ;1
Mrs. Richard Yoder is reported Best man was J. R. Woodward- I and Mrs. F. L. Porter; Sr., of West Standard Oil Company :'j

Mr. and Mrs R. C. Wilson left recuperating nicely from an operation Jr., of Arcadia. Joe Elder and Wilbur I Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs F. L. i I i The couple after
spending 1 1I
r Saturday for vacation visit with I performed at the Clewiston i Montgomery were ,ushers. Porter, Jr., and Betty Ann Bell of I a few days with her parents in }

l relatives in Marietta, Ga. Hospital Thursday morning; Mrs. Walden, the daughter of Mr. Coral Gables, Mrs. W. M.. Hatcherof Nashville and his parents in Lake ....},
and Mrs Arch Hodges of Clewiston .West Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. I City returned to Clewiston Saturday -

Mrs, E. O. Ward i is leaving Sunday Mr. and Mrs Leo Greenberger of was graduated from High J. R. Woodward, Jr., and son, Paul and will continue to make} their

;: to spend the summer in Signal Okeechobee spent the week-end School here in the Class of 1941. I I of Arcadia, Mrs. Eula Tillis, Mrs. I I home here. :": sii

,1j, Mountain, Tenn.Mr. : here with their son, Jerry and Mrs. For the past 'two years she has been Lawrence Jaudon, Mrs. Elbert I. Jau-.1 ..:..
Greenberger. book-keeper at the First Bank of don, Mrs. Claudia Jones' and A. J. .0..D I
" '.7 : and Mis. Jerry Greenbergerspent \ Clewiston. She is pianist at the Nyclyk of Pahokee, Mr. and Mrs.L. I '::r'!

the week-end at his former Miss Margaret Morrow of Nashville Baptist Church and is an active I. Walden, Sr., of Plant City andMr. : FORSALE: : Living room :. I

home in Okeechobee. T nn., a former Clewiston, resident worker in all phases of church work. and Mrs. Dennis Small and children 'I suite. Dinette set 5- :,e 11
spent the week-end with Miss Her great popularity in the com- of LaBelle. J. .
Mrs. Jerry Greenberger visited I Marianne Jones., i I burner latest model l,
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'her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. A. t

< Royals, in Moore Haven Monday. Mr. and .''Mrs. R. M. Bishop attended HookerPalmerMiss ception was held at the home of the kerosene ,stove. Inquire ::lEd

the wedding of Mr. Bishop's bride's parents in Riverside, Jack-
Misses Renee Wethington and neice, Miss Jane Elizabeth Bishop, sonville, with the house beautifully McGowan, 327 W.. -.t'

.. Louise Roath spent Sunday in Fort in Gainesville on June 28. Ruth Palmer, the daughterof decorated in garden flowers. Bou- Arcade. ..i I

-< Myers Mr. and Mrs J. D. Palmer of quets of white satin fringed the, .:::':.:j js

>.: Y' ,_ Paul and Anna, Kraft pfw 'ew ,Albany Jacksonville becanie the bride of bride's table on the center of which "YJ

t F 'E. Bryant of Canal Point was Ind., spent 'the; week herewith John Douglas Hooker, ARM 3c| son stood a two-tierd wedding cake en- FOR RENT Two rooms
: '
:.: F the guest of Mr. and Airs. 10'.- Deane their uncle, Kenneth L. Rogers of Mr. and Mrs W. C. Hooker of circled with ferns. i
f" Duff Tuesday night and attended and Mrs. Rogers. Clewiston at eight o'clock on the Among' the out-of-town guests for young ladies. Mrs. :' :
t.:' the government wage hearing here evening of June 23. The impres-
: : were Mrs. James Bobbitt, sister of
.; iJ:;. Wednesday CrewsPaffordClewiston sive double ring ceremony took placeat the bride, and Cary and Sidney Bob- Don Plank, 426 W. Os- ::):

;.. i the Naval Air Station's All Saints bitt of Macon, Ga., Miss Bessie Mor- t .
I Chapel in Jacksonville in the pres- I ris, the bride's cousin of Midway, ceola. tp. :.. I
friends will be interested ence of relatives and close friends
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- with, Chaplain H. Harper -- -
;. Jacksonville on June 22 of Miss i ficiating. of-I :. : -" ..: ".' :' ,: .'.' : .1-=.=-' : ) _. -- -: ";: .
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i.. ;: '. I .,, Ann Pafford, formerly of Clewis-: George J. Durney, ARM 31c| sang I

:" ton, and Lt. Sidney W. Crews of the traditional wedding' hymns,
.4 .R': Union, S. Car.. The ceremony was "Because" and "Oh, Promise Me" I
performed at 5'30: in the I
I,)' : afternoon preceding the ceremony.
Matinee 3 P. .M. Night 7-9 P. M. 'at the Riverside Presbyterian The bride was given' in marriage I

Sat. and Sun. Continuous Church with Dr. Albert Kissling, by Julian Threlkeld ARM 31c and FOR IMMEDIATE Oil FALL RENTAL

.::l5, 7, 9 P. 31. pastor of the church, officiating.The had as her matron of honor: Mrs I I

bride made her home here Annie Ruth Bowman who was her : 4 Fords, Rubber-Tired 1 International WD 40, Steel.

r":, : WEEK BEGINNING JULY 9TH and attended the Clewiston school only attendant. The bridegroom had .
/ Wheels
",( while her father, Ivey M. Pafford' as, his best man Fred A. Lowe, ARM I 1 Farmall, D, Rubber-Tired ,

was connected with the U. S. En- : while Edwin S. Randle, USNR, / :
:' ::. SUN. & MON., JULY 9 & 10 3jc, 'j I 1 Fannall F30, Rubber-Tired Truck Type iMeDeering ,
gineer (Office here. Her l husband and Charles T. Hazelwood, USNR, '

}> "Destination Tokyo" is a pilot in: .the, U. S. Army Air served as ushers. I 1 10-20, Rubber- 2 Caterpillar 2'2 .,

.- Forces ,and the young couple wiH! For her wedding the bride chosea I 1 Cletrac .
"- Cary Grant Jno. Garfieldi' reside in Laredo, Texas where he js Tired
; gown of white chantille lace with j
. : 1 Allis-ChaLmere K
\ ALSo Cartoon now stationed. He recently returned
':. draped bodice and sweetheart neck- I 2 John Deere D, Rubber-Tired .. .r
;- from a year's' service In the South line. The long sleeves came to a 1 International TB9
/, ; TUES. & WED., JULY 11 & 12
; Pacific. point over her hands and the 1 John Deere A, Rubber-Tirol: '
::. : THE WARDEPARTMENT A reception was held at the homeof bouffant skirt extended gracefullyinto 4 .Trucks and Trailers )
: frn.nlCuK.but.d> the bride's, parents following the a court train. Her full length 1 International 1-9 Disc Fertilizer Spreaders
'. 1r': ceremony and assisting in serving veil of illusion was caught to her : .:

I 1 was Miss Barbara Broadfoot, also! hair by a wreath of stephanotis and 1 Fordson v;. ,. Spray: Machine and Weeders.

a former resident of :Clewiston. Kay her only jewelry was a string of .: :/ \.
by Pafford the bride's :younger sister, pe rls. In her hands the bride'ca-- ?

ReromountcIesloe !M TECUICILOI presided. at the, brides book.BaileyMerriam. ried a bouquet: of white gladioli tip I i V- V MOORE EQUIPMENT COMPANY. :

4 2': anil"Between centered with gardenias. II .TEL. '10G-W f V CLEWlbTON, FLA.
,,' The matron of honor wore a gownof
- t' ..: TwoWorlds" pink with basque bodice of taf-

\ feta, sweetheart neckline and a full I :\: .!:f.'mr. :
Miss Muriel Merriam, the daughter
Y.: net skirt. She carried a. colonial i
of Mr. and Mrs. H. D, Merriam of --- -------- --- --
'. '- bouquet of purple asters

... "JNO. GAR FIELD" also Lake-of Harbor Lake Harbor and ,Maurice were united Bailey in, Mrs. Palmer, mother of the bride,I, .:..l"l..l"i"i"l"l..'"l"l"Z"Z..i"lSeminole..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:.

t : THUItS.-FIR./.nJT 13: & 14 marriage Sunday afternoon in the wore French gray crepe fashioned
with front. A cluster of
a drape
Lake Harbor Community Church,
: pink asters constituted her corsage. I'
-' "Song
Rev. Jamison pastor of the Belle Liquor Store
"Y .
Glade Methodist Church, performing Following the ceremony a r -
the ceremony in the presence ofa I
'f. Also CartoonMOVIET0E Ii
..... large number of friends or"the i ",
NEWS young couple. SURF COTTAGES
Mrs. Bailey has worked in the RIGHT ON THE OCEAN I
office of the United States Sugar Vacation spot close to home.
Corporation for several months and Nine miles north of the Palm OF WINESIN '
Hattie"Ann Beaches on U. S. Highway No. 1. I 1
has made a large number of friendsin Our Coast Guard lease has expired -, ,
Southern-Red Skelton Clewiston. Mr. Bailey owns and and we are now open. I .
Due' to conditions we will oper-
V Also Cartoon operates a store in Lake Harbor and ate on the American plan. Reservations I THIS AREA ,;
there the couple will make their will be necessary, with a I
1st Chapter New Serial minimum of a 2-day reservation. '
home. Our capacity 20 to 25 guests. I ;:: ..1
VALLEY VANISHING MEN" Following the You will enjoy the food, rest relaxation '
ceremony the couple and Wine and Drink ? :
swimming surf fishIng Recipes ? : n
with Bill Elliott and Slim left for wedding trip to his along with the home atmosphere .
. Sununerxille' home in Gadsden, Ala. >"*
.jcr IL\TES-2 in a room, $4.00 per '
day per person, $25.80 weekly per .
.. .- ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL person. 1 in a room $5.00 daily, YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATEDArch
$32.00 Weekly .

)iU :MJJJfE' B J' 'Ql CHURCH cottages Also 3 except furnished silver housekeeping and linens, I .:''''-'''. '

THAN .E .: Services every .'Sunday at 8:30 $30.00 For weekly reservations' write SURF I. -- .Simmons Prop.I

WAMT -....--....... a. m. at Clewiston Community COTTAGES 623-30th St.V.. Palm ''I _J'.:. :':.,
s Beach or phone 8940 \V. Palm Beach, iiv. I
: .. .. _. Church. A. Bound, Mgr. I Iv ,
.1' _'. ..- _- _, .. --_' -"----_. -.____-...,... Rev. S. D. ,Mason, Rector. II I .:.:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.J.:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..: :..:+:..:..:..:..:00:.

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!! .. <. eaac to Enjoy
WViDMJ6Ppf'GQ9vQ ,<. ', 'I fU'UJe/l.:
d'f---- Peace at Long Range

U. 5. First to Experiment r, y< 4 Looking at Spider Snath was a notorious

lenpccked husband, and although "-

r HOLLYWOODI 'he was almost to the limit of the

With Use of Air Troops WJ, M.. and draft was age,37 had pounds'a kink underweight in one knee

Washington, D. C. he managed to get into the army.
T thought Rita Hayworth Finally Spider got to the front

CREDIT WHERE DUE 'could act until I.saw her in "Cover lines in Guadalcanal; but still he
Demonstration Arranged by General 'Billy'Mitchell Across the Potomac, in the sprawlIng Girl" Neither, I might add, did kept receiving nagging letters

Pentagon building, Gen.- GeorgeC. a million other folks. The little lady from his Mg, bossy wife.
at Kelly Field in 1928; c Marshall S. chief of staff did
U. all right. Before that she put After serving on the firing line

Officers 'Not Impressed. .. gives all credit for U. S. invasion verve into her lovemaking and Cor two months and getting a

success to the boys over there, their sparkle into her dancing, and that couple of close shaves, Spider
officers and to General Eisenhower. was that.
finally got up enough gumption tc
By BAUKHAGE However, those who have watched Now something new has been write his wife a piece of his mind.
News and Commentator. lean General Marshall] added. ,
Analyst graying She acts too. "Please, dear," he wrote with
close-up the tense months of It's ..J't-
during somewhat confusing that this ;
hand "don't send
Union Trust Building must capture or air stripsfor me
\VNU Service, prepare the war, know how he too has should come about in musical
a of
any more letters. Let me enjoy
Washington, D. C. this"purpose.. worked dreamed almost all
planned, things. Not much is expected of this war in "
of the war Allied airborne troops were used detail of the invasion. peace.
When the story present every leading ladies in musicals. But it
effectively at the landing in Sicily, --
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written, the outstanding logistical Three years ago, before we en- happens there
novelty-the feature which differs where General Montgomery said tered the war but when everyone were several act-

most from the methods employed in they shortened the campaign by at ,knew it was a certainty that we ing scenes writ- TOMAcT2S -
least week.' They also proved of -
the movement of fighting units in would, this columnist/asked General ten into "Cover
wars-will be the use of great value in New Guinea. "
previous Marshall what chance there was ofa Girl, and Rita
The full extent of their
airborne troops. per- British cross-channel invasion. stood right to
formance in the invasion of
the airborne units have Europehas
Already "Do realize what it takes to them when they
been revealed as vital factors in yet to be revealed, but we have you "s
General Eisenhower's own word 'as land an army in France?" he replied came along. Kp
invasion where they
the landings, And from what ,
"It takes not merely ships y'
to their value and his praise has -
have been used scale which
on a Rita has told
been unstinted. and men-and naval vessels to pro- me ..
dwarfs heretofore from the
anything tect those ships. It also means no .one was more
first widely publicized Russian experiments i'he chief function of the soldierof surprised than lit- i
docks warehouses railroad termi-
in 1930 to the German air the air until recently has been tle I i&
Marguerita Rita
nals, and freight cars by the thou- Hayworth
invasion of Crete or the remarkable the destruction of enemy communi- Carmen Cansino
sand. But especially it means docks Relieve the distress olan upset stom-
achievements of smaller units in cations and installations such as
-some place to land. In the last herself. Despite the Shakespearean ach with soothing PCPTO-BlSMOlJ
Burma. ammunition and supply dumps,
war, we didn't have to worry about forebears on her mother's side of Many doctors recommend PEPTO-
Since it is taken for granted that dynamiting bridges and wrecking
this half Latin from Manhattan of
any of these things. The French BISMOL because?it's pleasant-tasting;
the United States is going to carry railway junctions behind the lines.
her ancestor Joseph Haworth who
supplied them. But in this war"- non-alkaline and non-laxative. Ask
the major burden in the later phasesof Now they are prepared to engage
trouped with Edwin Booth, Rita had
he shook his head ruefully-"it is your druggist for PEPTOBISMOLwhen
the invasion, it is a matter of the enemy in large-scale operations
different." never made serious pretensions to stomach is
satisfaction to know that the idea of which reached major proportionsfor being dramatic actress. your upset. 4

transporting troops by, plane was the first time in France. Pre- As he talked, Marshall thought a A NORWICH PRODUCTLIHTENS

first developed by the United States ceding the Normandy landings, one back to 1917-18, when he was only Showing Her Metal -;- f

army. of their jobs was to prevent destruction 36 and a captain. At that time, he Rita's new picture, "Tonight and

No one will be surprised that it of certain points like performed a modern miracle of ma- Every Night," with its setting a

was that stormy petrel of aviation, bridges and other installations leuvering-second only to that of London theater that never misses a

Gen. "Billy" Mitchell, whose wings which the troops advancing from the the present second front. He workedout show throughout the great blitz of

beat so futilely against the hide- beachhead wanted to make use of for Pershing the plan wherebyone 1941, is a vehicle highly surchargedwith f TANNED ,y I -

bound brasshats of his day, who is later. In this case, they had to take million men were transferred drama, along with the tradi- Lightens DARK tanned dark.blotchy

credited with arranging the first the bridges from the enemy defenders from the St. Mihiel to the Meuse- tional gayety of show folks and the tr. -f akin, externally caased. thiea
i qtnek-aetinflr Ue
; y way
demonstration of troop transportation and then hold them against Argonne front.Nineteen romantic speedup that is a phase of J Dr. FRED Palmar' SklaWhltner7
day afl directed.
by air. counter attacks of the local reserves railroads, 34 hospitals, the war. And that, my friends, will >; IfnoteUCedMon.yBaci.. .
The report of his first fruitless I ,- armed with tanks and field 10,000 tons of ammunition, 93,000 call for real trouping. % pl 2Se.S at drotfRisU Dd3cp
demonstration is buried so deep in artillery, until their own advancing horses, '164 miles of railway, 87 sup- Rita's marriage with Orson Welles DR. FRED. T.PALMER'S Box 264.AUanta.Ga. ,.

the war department files that I can ground troops or air reinforcements ply depots and 4,000 cannon all were did something for, her, even if it was I SKIN WHITENER :,

only quote from lay sources ,con- arrived. moved up just beyond the German only being cut in ,halves by him

cerning it. But it seems that in 1928 Such action is possible because lines-and the enemy didn't even during his magic show. Orson is

ten soldiers parachuted from a Mar- jeeps, one-ton trailers, howitzers, know it. like a whirling dervish-never still Shoulder a Gun-

tin bomber onto Kelly field in Texas. heavy and light calibre machine I and always thinking about some new Or the Cost of One''' M

With them went machine gun equip- guns, mortars, mines, and other COOPERATION WITHEISENHOWER angle either of politics or show busi-

ment. All landed safely and in three equipment including food, medical 1 ness. fr BUY WAR BONDS

minutes after they hit the groundthe supplies, water, and of course am- A general in modern warfare I But I really believe it was more-

machine gun was assembled. munition, can be transported by the does not ride into battle wavinga I Gene Kelly's influence than Orson's

Officers who' observed the "stunt" troop carrier command. The troops sword. He sits behind a desk. when it came to her acting in

(which is what it was then con- have food and ammunition suffi- And this time General Marshall, "Cover Girl." It was Gene's big

sidered) were not impressed. Thatis cient for about three days suste- instead of being close to the chance, and he worked like a galley ._

the American officers. Some Rus- nance without replenishment., battle-front, has'done his plan- slave, morning, noon and night. ,

sians were present. They made The pilots of the troop,carriers ning from behind. Not only with his own part but with

,notes, and some two 'years later are trained under most difficult And unlike the situation m the every other part in the picture..Such

their paratroopers were descendingto conditions and must have an extra last war, Marshall and his Eu- unselfishness and diligence is boundto I

earth to the "ohs" and "ahs" of share of courage and intelligence.They ropean commander cooperate have its reward.

American movie audiences. fly slowly and about their only beautifully. They are close
Family BcfskgroundMamma
Germany observed but. went to escape from the speedy fighters is friends. In the last war, Gen-

work in silence, with the results with to skim the hilltops, dodge the hay- eral Pershing was in bitter con- Cansino (nee Haworth) DON'T LET

which we were made painfully stacks, keep as low as possible in flict with Gen. Tasker Bliss, wanted Rita to be an actress, of

familiar from the days of the in- valleys, or between obstacles like the U. S. chief of staff; later course. Papa Cansino wanted her CONSTIPATIONSLOW

vasion of Poland on. But "Billy" trees and buildings which serve as with Gen. Peyton March, who to grow up to be a dancer.So YOU UP

Mitchell's idea slumbered in the protection. succeeded Bliss. now both parents are happy. When bowels are sluggish and
files and he did not live to see its J Glider Pilot's Job Today, Marshall and Eisen- Rita was born in New York, Octo- feel irritable headachy, do as millions ,..:

renascence here four years ago. hower are considered Pershing'sboys. ber 17, 1918. Her father was born in do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem

Nazi RefinementsThese Although the glider pilot has no He is strong for both of Seville, Spain; her mother in Wash- chewing-gum laxative.: Simply chew .J-
engine to worry about, he must them. And Sunday before ington, D. C. Rita's two brothers, FEEN-A-MINT beforeyou go to bed -
every taking only in accordance with
facts have been forgottenby know meteorology navigation
the war got too tense, General Eduardo Jr. and Vernon, are both directions-sleep without being dis-
most who think aerial reconnaissance
people probably photography, in turbed. Next
Marshall went out to Walter army. morning gentle, thorough
that the Russian experiments were maintenance and radio communication. relief, feel
Reed hospital to chat with his She started dancing with her helping you swell again. Try
the first. The Germans He learn FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes is
picked up must to land quicklyand good handy
father at the of four made her
former chief. Pershing still be- age and
economical.A family supply
and improved the, Russians' tech- near trees or other obstacles generous
lieves he can win wars, and gives professional debut with him at six.
nique, working out their where the troops take costs only
paratroop can cover
; retired
She however
Marshall his opinion on various was quickly FEEN-A-MINT
plans as ,a part of the developmentsof one means of making a quick land- strategic problems. After each because the Cansino act was so agile 10*

their then peerless Luftwaffe, ing is purposely to snag a wing on interview, Marshall rises and sa and robust they were afraid little
whose threatening shadow moulded tree trunk the bottom
a or of the
in the
lutes. Marguerita might get way
European diplomacy before the out- plane on rocks.'The men inside are and hurt.
break of "Thank you, General, he get IRRITATIONS OP
war. protected by a steel framework.And SKIN /=
says. On Her WayAt EXTERNAL CAUSE -- "
The German paratroopers demon- then when the pilot lands, all "
"Thank you, General, is the 14 Rita really joined the Danc- Acne pimples, eczema factory derma.'r Y
strated their real value in the blitz he has to do is fight his way backto
reply. titis,ample ringworm, tatter, salt rheum t"-
against the low countries. his own lines with the rest of his ing Cansinos. Two years later she bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken-

i;, It was not until April of 1940 that one-time passengers. Like them, he NOTE-General Marshall is one was dancing with her father in out skin. Millions relieve itching, burn-

the United States troop carrier com- has to know all the commando of the few chiefs of staff we have Hollywood movie road shows. This ing and soreness of these miseries with"

mand, which carries troops in trans- knows. had who did not go to West Point. led to a two years' engagement at once.simple Aids home healing treatment., works Goes the to antiseptic work at

ports and gliders, was organized.Now Some of the tales which have already Due to the fact that his father was Agua Caliente Casino, outside Tia way. Use Black and White Ointment only

it is larger than the whole of gone into the growing saga of about the only Democrat in Union- Juana. as directed. lOc 25c 50c sizes. 25 years'

our air force of three years ago. the airborne forces are marvelous.One town, Pa., during the McKinley ad- During that time she commutedto success.cleansing,Money-back is good guarantee.Enjoy'Vitalin famous
The airborne force ministration he could get West Hollywood to do a dancing turn soap.
created a few is told of an adventure which Black and White Skin Soap daily.
weeks earlier, is now numbered in took place early in the invasion of Point appointment, went to Virginia in "Dante's Inferno." The picture

entire divisions, as we, know from France. Military institute instead. f ailed,\but not Rita.

German reports, and includes tens Her real chance was with Ware .;

of thousands of fighting men and A glider, its towline cut, was sud-, THEY DIDN'T KNOW EITIIER uer Baxter in "Under the Pampas 'WOMENY IjR4Oik .
technical denly left in the dark of the 'moon. "
personnel.The Moon, and her first good part was
War officials
Some light is for land- department are
British necessary a with the late Warner Oland in
used effectively as paratroopers far back as were 1942 ing, of course. In the period when Laughing behind their hands at the "CharlieChan in Egypt." Do You Hate HOT FLASHES?

and they made the first contact with the moon was clouded, there was fact that military intelligence, supposed Not lone after that she moved to If you suffer from hot flashes feel
nothing for the pilot tn rln hut tn to know all about everything weak nervous a bit blue at times-
German troops in North Africa in -- Columbia and adopted her mother'sfamily all due to the functional "middleage" -
keep ;; behind enemies' lines and
descending. going
on He did and on to
November of the I period peculiar women-try
same name, plus a "y" simplify
f, year. landed unexpectedly but on inside our own lines, chose Ddayto Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com-
7" The U. S. airborne very
forces its pronunciation. pound to relieve such symptoms.
offices. In the Pentagon
their -
smooth terrain. The troopers quickly move ,
made up of both regularly-Pinkham.s Compound
glider forces. paratroop find debouched and sought cover as building, where military intelligence 'Cover Girl' Did It helps build up resistance

:,' from the troop They carrier are command separate they are trained to do. But there or G-2, is housed, moving" Her fan following dates from a against Plnkham's such annoying Compound symptoms.Is made

which transports them was no cover. They found they were day was called "G-2's D-day. They'invaded" small role with ,Cary Grant and especially for women-it helps na-
just as the offices. ture and that's the kind of medicine !
,;-, foot soldier is distinct from the sea- on the wide, flat roof of a building. new Jean Arthur in "Only Angels Have to buyl! Follow label directions.LYDIALPINKHAM'Sc .

man who carries him from shore They found an entrance throughthe But never could they have chosen Wings." Soon after that Ann Sheri- K8 Q/i

to shore. roof and cautiously crept down a worse day to move than I the Allied dan refused to do "Strawberry ,

The paratroopers (a part of thes' the stairs. To their surprise, they -day. Other war department offi- Blonde" with James Cagney and

airborne forces) alone serve fre- discovered they were in a building cers kept calling up G-2, asking for Olivia; De. Havilland. Rita stepped .

quently as aerial commandos seiz- full of German soldiers and which information. in: and her stock flew up. After that

ing enemy airports of suitabie terrain housed the German headquartersfor "Sorry," said the operator, "but 'it was the Spanish charmer in 'II

where the troop transports or that area. But the Americans the telephones are all torn out. G-2 "Blood and Sand." Then a co-star- !nr..f.f:?. "j

glider planes'cannot yet land. were armed, and needless to say i.:; moving." ring role with Fred Astaire in'You'll '
the Germans were somewhat sur- RHEUMATISM ''1
Never Get Rich. Follow
The Paratroopers Furniture was being moved down E .
: When operations require prised.much trouble.They surrendered without corridors, files of secret information ing that, "My Gal Sal" and a .repeat 1 NEURITIS-LUMBAGO :=

large being shunted from with Astaire in "You Were
were one
;, numbers of men and M9NEILrS
more complicated it is
not always
easyas Never Lovelier.
place another.
Everything was ,
r equipment, such as those -I
and since
per- that it is axiom
formed back of the shore defensesand an confusion on the one day which But it remained for "Cover Girl,"
history that
military for
even much farther inland in every new meant most to the war. with its sincere tale of a hoofer from
arm of offense, an arm of defenseis
France, paratroopers are supple- developed, we Apparently, military, intelligence, Brooklyn, to really put her on top.
may expect fresh supposed to know everything didn't And it's time until another
mented by the troops landed from obstacles to be created which these now out
transports and gliders. This fre- know when the big day we were to "Cover Girl" or a little "Man fromMars" Large Bottleli wii h BI'l2-! Small Size 60c
youngest sons of Mars will have to *C1ITIOI: ISE Dill IS BltECTED
cross the English channel
quently that the was makes its and
" means paratrooper _meet, as they grow older. scheduled. appearance IT HI cm DRUG JUKES U IT MAIL.receipt\it\price
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: : )f The By HAROLD Moody Bible L. LUNDQU1ST.Institute of D.Chicago.D. I Clothes that are not clean in 15 Paste a narrow strip of old velvet -
Released by Western Newspaper Union. minutes are in need of another under each rocker of the rock.
, : washing in clean water. ing chair to keep it from slipping
while rocking.

IIIltIIJI"Ir .1J Lesson for July 9 I Sprinkle graham cracker, vanilla e

Lesson subjects and Scripture texts seI I I wafer, or ginger snap crumbson It pays to buy two pairs of
ected and copyrighted by Internationalouncil top of puddings before coolingto stockings of the same color at the
:lermission.of Religious Education: used by prevent a tough skin from form: same time. Be sure to ask for

PROCESSING ing. your proper length, dependingupon
Vegetable Preparation Required Pressure Cooker TAKING POSSESSION OF the length of your leg and

: MInutes Pounds CANAAN Try cutting down and making your girdle.

.\ ,Asparagus Wash, precook,3 minutes, 40 10 smaller the embroidered end of a *
I : pock, TEXT-Joshua 14:6.14 Judges
i > worn-out pillow case to fit baby'scarriage When you want to remove food
Beans. Wes SIring Wash precook, string S minutes., cut or leave whole 40 10 .:20. 21.GOLDEN. TEXT-Thou hast wholly fol- or crib pillow. This savesa particles from sifters graters, andso

owed the Lord.-Joshua 14:9. lot of needlework and fabric be- on without damage to metal,
SJell. woshs precook S minutes, 55 10
Beans, L'ma, then ode sides. use a wood skewer.of .
Companions in battle usually
, Beefs Wash' retoin stem; took 15 minutes, io 10 neans friends and comrades for
slip skins poet
ife. Joshua of whom we studiedast -
Brussels Sprouts Remove outer leaves, was"s precook 40 10 ,had such friend in I Kitten Motif for Towels
Cabbage 5 minutes, add fresh woler.ro"'ofs week, a Curtains I
faced the
:aleb. .Together they had ,
Wash, peel' precook S minutes, 35' 10
pock hot. .rises of life.

, rOUI'lflower' i Rem.ove outer leaves, wash precook 35 10 I The background for our study is a breakfast cloth, is about 6 by
'. a minutes, pock I he story of Caleb's courageous 6 inches and is done in cross stitch
J torn on cob Remove husk precook S minutes, 80 10 i tand with..Joshua when the spies re- and outline.
pock. arned from their visit to Canaan, ,
Corn Cut from cob precook minutes, 80 10 hich is related in Numbers 13. To obtain transfer patterns for all seven ; I
11"K! erne J pock kittens sketches of stitches used, color .
J Note first of all Caleb'sI. I
chart for working the Kitten Towels (Pat-, .
Wash, deam to wilt, 60 10 Perfect Obedience (Josh. 14
I GreenS, all kindt pock l tern No. 5162)) send 16 cents in coin your I
-8). name address and the pattern number.
Parsnips, Turnips east; pare; precook 5 minutes, 35 10 ,I "I wholly followed the Lord my ;', I
iod." Such a testimony from a man SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK !
Peas Sheil grade (use only young). precook 60 .10 ike Caleb is no idle boast, no efforto 530 South Wells St. Chicago.
3 minutes. Dock
loosely. parade his faith and piety before Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to
n pieces. steam or boice until tender, 60 10 cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo.
Pumpkin, Squash Cut 4hers. In saying it he was repeating
yhat God and 'Moses had both said I ( .
Pock cold, add salt,
Sauerkraut no water.Vegetable bout him. In his heart he knew it Nam"

o be true.It Address
Preparation and ProcessingSee is God's will for each of His :

( Directions Below) :hildren that' they should come touch I
a place of simple trust and CaS II

.Home-grown vegetables are be- first in hot soapy suds and check omplete obedience that' in every I
ginning to push their way out of the them for nicks and cracks. All ircumstance of life they need to
'soil in your own canning equipment may be prepareda mow only one thing-God's will, and
t VI, jlll Victory gardens. day ahead to have everything in hen in faith to go and do it. It is aife

t .. ,v ( Perhaps, at first, readiness when canning actually be; beautiful in its transparent r- 10 SKoocq
(r YJ you will be so delighted gins. ;implicity and powerful in the cHE

1'1 1 that you 2. Prepare vegetable as directedin trength of God Himself.

)i. will want them chart above. In many cases pre- 11. Promised Inheritance (v. 9). O ID
i' all for the table, cooking is recommended to shrink "Surely the land whereon thy feet
t:; /___- but soon will the vegetable and set the color. lave trodden shall be thine inheri- I

come the realiza- 3. As soon as vegetable is pre- ance.: Such was the promise of I
tion that can "put up" most of Pattern No. 5162
you pared, get into the, jar as soon as Sod through Moses Forty-five longfears I
your points for next winter if you possible, otherwise flat sour. may had elapsed, but down THESE seven, smiling little ,I
can them now. develop. :hrough this period of wilderness busybodies of kittens will put 11Jd'P ned I

Because pressure cookers are un- Packing Nanderings and; the conflict in sub-, you in a very good humor, in- M R rT
rationed this homemakers Vegetable. deed. Each for towels for''' ?
year, most :iuing Canaan the promise had lived design ,
will use them for processing 4. Most vegetables are packed to ,ji Caleb's heart. He knew it would kitchen curtains, for the corners QIN IONIC 251 :

vegetables. That is all to the good, within one-half inch of the-top of the :)e fulfilled, and he waited serenely '
for the use of the pressure cooker jar. Exceptions to this rule are for God's time. 1

t\... cuts down processing time, and insures corn, peas and lima beans. Such also are the promises of God -- 5oCrispff64ft> .1
r more success in canning if 5. Liquid in which vegetable was which keep ''the heart singing in our f

If. : properly_ used. _w- _...:. ,precooked may. be :added to the, jar lours ;of trial and lsorrow, which
Noxi;'Acid Vegetables. except in the case of strong liquids light up the dark ways, which
Before getting ,into the fundamentals such as spinach and greens. strengthen the heart of His children. 'j

: of canning, we must understand Before Processing. Learn God's promises, cherish themin

, :_ the difference between acid and nonacid 6. Wipe top of jar before placingon your heart, expect God to fulfill
I.. vegetables. Tomatoes are in lid. Use manufacturers' direction them. f fS

the acid group, but the others, green in this case, as all lids differ III. Preserved Strength (vv. 10, RICE KRISPIES I
.-' beans, corn, peas, etc., are all non- and your manufacturer knows what 11). r
acid, and require processing under
kind of tightening is necessary. "The Lord hath kept me alive .

pressure so that they will keep. Save Used Fats! and I am strong." Here was a "The Grains are Great Foods"-'} ,ff 4# --........-
).. Fresh Vegetables. man kept of God, in full vigor in .
Selection of the vegetable for can- Processing. .:ais eighty-fifth year, "like rock ina Kellogg's Rice Krispies equal thev ;
S; ning is one of the important steps. 7. Process vegetable, using time- changeful sea, like a snowcapped whole ripe grain in nearly all the 'Il r It :
You will be much more careful of table given above. In, using the ::: peak in -a change of cloud protective food elements declared ( r I-

what vegetables you put up, if you pressure cooker, and storm and sun" (Meyer; ). No essential to human nutrition. ,,7'Il F,1IJcj ..
remember these two points: allow steam to doubt there was here what our fore- t,, 7' .: >'
1. You get out of your can only 5- m escape for 7 to 10 fathers liked to call "the longevity "" II,,.".'I,_..IJ. .;'o> "
.{ : what you put into it, i. e., if you can minutes before :of the antediluvians"; but even

an old, withered ear of corn, thenthat's closing petcock. apart from that; let us recognizethat

what you'll have when you Allow pressure life and strength come from

open the jar. gauge to come up God, and that those who walk with
2. Canning, at best, does not improve to desired tem- God in holy living may count on
m kT your food; it only'preserves perature before Him for the renewed strength of .r

it. starting to count processing time. Psalm 103::5.
. Save Used Fats! When time is r r
processing over, remove An incidental but extremely important -
{ cooker from range, then let should learn is
Short Route to Jar. lesson we 1
- pressure gauge come back to zero that God has deadline. The 1
Another old maxim that comes in no age
'. handy during canning time is the opening. church: has frequently sinned against .
<;' ::' ; one which goes, "two hours from Storage Tips. Him and against His faithful serv-
/,3,':''. garden to can." That means that 8. Remove jars from cooker and ants by "shelving them." H'q

; :.,r you pick the vegetables from your lay on several thicknesses of clothor IV. Powerful Assurance (vv. 12- .
, garden and start canning immedi paper. Do not tighten lid unlessso 15'Judg.1:2D-21); : .

,'. i,' ately. directed by the manufacturer' of "If the Lord will be with me VACATION IN COOL, SCENIC GRANDEUR ABOVE THE CLOUDS r
".; 'Incidentally, if you are using your the jar. Some jars should not be then I shall be able." Caleb asked SWIM, GOLF, RIDE HORSEBACK, DANCE, HIKE ;,
.'" inverted. Here
own Victory garden as' a supply again, consult your for no easy task..He was ready to go Come, live and enjoy the refreshing luxury of thi WORLD FAMOUS '
directions. RESORT. No need of own automobile.LooKout Mountain Hotel ;,
base for canning up against the giants of Hebron. your
1 vegetables, be 9. Store in a cool, dark place. Read Deuteronomy 3:11, and cabs meet all trains and buses in nearby Chattanooga. Swimming pool .j-1
you America's beautifulpatio
golf, archery,tennis, beauty gown most
.. .). sure to pick them Make sure the jars are not in a will find that there were men in open evenings with dancing beneath starlit skies to the famous 'J
in the morning draft. those days who needed thirteenfootbeds. Lookout Mountain Orchestra. .Rates $14.00 and up dailyndudinKmeals
..: ""' ." while the morn r:. Use of Vegetables. But Caleb was not afraid. He tennis and swimming privileges. (Special family and seasonal
Hotel Lookout Mountain Tenn.
ratcs.Write Lookout Mountain ,
_':. ing dew is still H{ ,. ... Before tasting or using any home- :ounted not on his own strength, to 'Near
>; ", on them. Pickingthem : .:..;;;: .::..t..... canned vegetables, boil them in an but on the power of God. LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HOTEL S. Pl ITTTLEGREENnMaas, gr
:: :.?: ).:::J/ ;: that while
later in the : open vessel for 10 minutes. This It is significant the

, :. I day, after the sun has dried out will kill any of the toxins which other sections of Canaan were only
.. 1 ..'' some of their natural moisture, will may have formed in the jars. partially conquered, Caleb broughthis
not give nearly as good results. Lemon Meat Loaf. formidable adversaries entirely

.; Preparation Required. (Serves 5 to 6) under control, so that "the land had '
( i'S ; 1. It's a good idea to wash jars Wz pounds lean pork, ground rest from war" (v. 15). The versesIn KILL THB ENBMY! / S.

., 2 eggs, beaten Judges 1 indicate that Caleb was
l/i cup cracker crumbs as good as his word. He was a
. Lynn Says: 2 strips bacon :doughty, God-fearing 85-year-old. who's after i"
Juice and rind of 1 lemon His faith is here contrasted with the your

t rt Are you perplexed as to how 1 cup canned tomatoesSalt shameful unbelief and failure of Is- \_

many jars you should have for and pepper to taste rael. \
canning? How much will the / cup milk The spiritual application to our BLOOD" \

}4 vegetable make when "put up?" Combine the meat, -eggs, cracker day is evident and appropriate.0 .
There in the land. Corruption !1 .
are giants
Here are: some guides: crumbs, seasonings and lemon juice and individual t

Asparagus-12 pounds yields 6 and rind. Place in loaf pan and raises its- social brazen head. Drunkenness -- Spray FLIT on all mosquitoes it's an easy
pints "stalk," or 2 pints "cut." cover with tomatoes and out
strips of with way to kill 'em quick. Best of all it wipes
andvice leer at us the impudent
Beets-1 bushel makes 40 pint bacon. Bake covered in a slow Anopheles ., the mosquito that spreads
jars, cut in thin slices.. (250-degree) oven for 2 hours. Re- suggestion we cannot malaria. Yes! Flit not only mows down this .
Corn-100 ears of Golden' Bantam move cover and add milk and con- control them e-; t carrier of'disease but kills the baby
h, yields'about 14 pints.. tinue baking uncovered for % hour There are giants "within us Anopheles, when sprayed on stagnant waters
Greens 1 bushel spinach more. greed, selfishness, love of ease, lust, where it breeds. Arm yourself with Flit,today I
yields 13 pint jars. passion, cruelty" (Blaikie).
'' Dandelion greens 1 bushel // you wish more detailed instructionson Are we to do nothing about them? kills files, ants,
yields 15 pint jars. vegetable canning, write to Miss Lynn U we are to meet them in the FL IT moths, bedbugs and .:
beans-1 bushel Chambers, Western Newspaper Union, 210 strength of the flesh, we might almost tc
String yields 17 all mosquitoes.
S 5 S South Desplaines Street, Chicago 6, Illi as well do nothing. But in the : ,.1UC.-----..
to 20 quarts. nois. Please don'orgd.. to enclose
a of God we are like Caleb-
Tomatoes-1 bushel yields 16 power ,
stamped, self-addressed for
your able. His do
In name we may some-
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(Continued from Page 4)) For the man who has given his best. I I Miami Beach decorator, and also HOTEL31st
for I Engineer and Surveyor
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twelve years. And this is what I Wants a little more than his I because he wasn't behind the Specializing In Everglades :MIAMI:: I1RACII

think now: ': Co weekly .pay. I door when cooking was going' on at Surveys Cnrlton

Jlt' I WERE A BOSSIf i I He likes to .know, with the setting the Beardsley Farm but his hoursare [Phono 00 Clewiston, Fla. Efficiencies Drotrn&: Hotel Mgr Rooms
I were a boss I would like to say: j I sun something else, 12 to 16 hours ya block to bench and buses

"You. did a good job here yester- That his boss is pleased with the a day. Days off are very infrequent SUMMER RATES

day. \ I'I work he's, done.Sincerely but he recently was given a surprise Former operators Churchill Hotel

rd look for a man, or a girl, or 'a I yours, S1day pass, and got to see IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID ..

boy, I S. Sgt. C. F. Mountain. I II his wife who was visiting her sister -
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thrill- of- -JOY and I'd pass it i Lt. Bob Beardsley is home this I In closing Jim tells us to look : !!!!!1 liiiiiiiiiiiiiiaTMiiiM: ft\IIIIIIIIIIIIII\ 11111I11I111I1 IIIIIIIIIIIIII I)IIIIIIIIIIIIII !I r.. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIT
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out, I I parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beards- will promise so to do. But if it Y b
crowd could hear as I
Where the I I ley from Fort Bragg, N. C. We takes us as long to make it as it

walkedTabotit. I, gather from Bob that he's about has in the past I'd be afraid to try I Help Provide More GunsOFFICIAL i

If I were the boss, I would like to' given up hope of going overseas and to move through traffic up, thei o I '.
find, I feels like Fort Bragg is going to be with those long chin whiskers. '-f'

The fellow whose work Is the I his home address for some time to s s I ij I .

proper kind. I come. When Bob was at Fort Sill Sgt. Ray Waldron has recovered I .t..t. .
And whenever to me a good thing I he sent us an envelope full of soil I from wounds received in Italy and .. BUY I

came since he knew that once we did a has rejoined his outfit. y

I'd ask to be told the toiler's little running about in that area ::: WAR
ourself.. Now he's threatening to
name. I I I According to a letter received byi
And I'd go to them and I'd pat his send"just me for comparison.more from" Fort Bragg: I I their sister, Mrs. R. E. Waldron, S. { i*; BONDS

back, I Sgt. James J. Wynn and Cnl. Jack ,y. b

And I'd say: "That was perfectly And from s Bob's s big* brother (in Wynn, sons of Mr. and Mrs. A.- T.I I}I .;. from. income ....
splendid, Jack.." I Wynn, were in the invasion of 't. _.
age. only) we get a nice letter this I Y
France and are now somewhere in
Now a bit of praise isn't much to week. Lt. Jim, jr., is stationed at that country. They have seen each Y'_'. I OFFICIAL .RS;" p r. .;.
give Camp Shanks, N. Y., where he is ( PHOTOGRAPH _
other in France and both agree thatIt I U. S. ARMY f" .(
all a mess officer in a staging area (
But it's'dear to the hearts of is the nicest country they have .t' SIGNAL CORPS C
i camp where European bound troops 't. .-s..
who live. 'j been in so far. Y I
come for final equipment, clothingand
And there's never a man on this I
I physical inspections before Yy
good old earth, John Robbins writes
to his mother -
the U. S. Jim
leaving supervisesone y,.
But is glad 'to be told that he's of the several consolidatedmesses that he has been made a Cadet t 9 r ._.

been of worth in the camp. He said that Captain in full charge of the 'band ..
word, when the workis and also of the drum and bugle y'i
And "kindly his mess had handled as many as j
"- corps at his base unit in Tulsa, I :i:
fair ::
6400 his
men since arrival there. I ; i
Oklahoma. I :'t. :
Is welcomed and :wanted every- That was during an emergency while II I 't.t..- o t _-t.. "
where. some of their halls were closed for "' I .;. .
Tallahassee NOTICE, Florida, June 19, 1044 I II :t:
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I NOTICE is hereby.-given that the l i I
PROVEMENT FUND of the State of II A
Florida, offer for sale to be sold to A
t'f CLEWISTON the highest bidder, in A
Florida, at 12:00 o'clock Tallahassee'l At.
gust 1, 1944, the

; GOLF ,COURSE Three North(3)Half, (N*) of Section I .t. .. : ;:

r South Half (S%) of Section Thirteen A '

t North(13)Half, (N%) of Section Fifteen I' .t_ .t. ,.
(15), f
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Range Thirty-one (31) East y
E. Containing 960 acres, more or dlJllZIJtIIIIIIIIIIIIII
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The Trustees reserve the right to ,c. .
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t; ; .. Favorite Exercise BY ORDER of the Trustees of the I .. .. .=- --''-.'--' --- :'l
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,,,- Governor. I oaay s FUNNIGRAM By Peters
; Attest: )

, (........:..-.....-..-....- .......-...-...-..-. .-..-_.. ',' F. C. Elliot.- Secreta v, Trustees. .
J' ....' '',rt June 30. July 7,' 14. 21;,,28, 1944. ; ,'"
:, -: In caseof'a wreck or car '
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i .;. STATE OF FLORIDA -: I 'f plete service including

., ......... ................ .. COUNTY OF HENDRY j );
r' : ; "'" : : : : : :---: : : : : : : : :-: You and each of you are hereby ;4i. q I ,
fied to present, any claims and e ; y wrecker towing. b
mants which you, 01: either of .
may have against the estate of noti-J .
Angus Gill,. deceased. late of HENDRY
Your Own Friends There County, to the County Judge of :,
'. dry County, Florida, at his -
>.:: the court house at LaBelle, Florida / COUNTY
y ds f.'K .
/ within eight calendar months from the M1
date of the first publication of this i
-'i notice. Each claim or demand must be MOTORS J
:- in writing, and must state the place of \
residence and post office address of { ,
the claimant, and must be sworn to CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA '
by the claimant, his agent, or his at v
torney, or the same will become void !'I
according to law. I
YEARLY MEMBERSHIP This 29th day of June, 1944. f
Executor of the Estate of '

DAILY GREEN FEES HENDRY Hiram COUNTY Angus, Gill, deceased. / "What! Yori read that Bottom Line? You Need-- glasses, .-'

STATE OP FLORIDA. I' lady. You're Too Farsighted.IIlIlllIfltllIlI ." ,

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