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 6, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:01055
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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h_ WEW TAX ROLL IS BOND, STATUS NOT Lake Result Slowly Of, RisingAs RainsLake New Lock Is Urged For

r ACCEPTED MONDAYBY CERTAIN AS 7TH Okeechobee at a desperately : -Section

COUNTY BOARD WAR DRIVE ENDS. drought low stage has begun during to the rise slowlyas recent- r i c -

a result of recent rains. I '
The low level reached 12.72 and FELLOWSHIP UNION MEETS I Request kMade = At

Total Assessment Verv With C. V. Parkinson, chairmanof a .4 foot rise has been recorded as I ION THURSDAY EVENING
I i Waterway Hearing
the Hendry County War Finance 'I of recent weeks. --- I(
I Close To Eight Committee away on vacation, a The deficiency in rainfall for the On Tuesday evening, June 26, the Here TuesdayA
definite report on the sale of bondsin year has also been reduced: to some regular monthly meeting of the I i I
MillionThe the county is not available as the extent. U. S. S. C. records now Fellowship Union, sponsored by the J .--
'" final week of the Seventh War Loan show a deficiency (average) 'of Clewiston Community Church, was large delegation of LaBelle and

board of-r-county commissioners draws to a close. 10.851 inches since January in the held at the Sugarland Recreation Hendry County'citizens' "made a

sitting as an equalization board However the last report given I Eastern Division and .12.814 in the Center with 'about thirty membersand strong plea to the U. S. Engineersfor
guests in attendance. a new lock in the Caloosahatchee
headquarters showed Western Division.
Monday heard several complaints by out by state ,
W. Cl:' Owen representing the Unit- Hendry County tied with several The ,last rain of note' in Clewis- After a delicious dinner served bya between Fort Denaud and Alva at
ed States Sugar Corporation of other counties for tenth place with ton was ,last Friday .8 ,of an inch. I committee from the Women's the hearing held here on Tuesday
1 Clewiston on what he considered 83 per cent of the quota subscribed.It Miami Locks had 2.20 inches on l I Association of the Church, a very afternoon to take testimony for and

; unequal taxation and afterwards is probable that when sales for July 4 Wand Runyan, in the Eastern interesting program was presented' against the proposed deepening of

approved the 1945 tax roll as submitted the final week have been tabulatedthat Division had 2.65 inches on July by the program committee of which the Caloosahatchee-Okeechobee wa-

by County Tax Assessor Den- the county will be near to or 2nd. Willard Doty" was chairman. The I terday.
principal speaker of the Another lock in that area, the
nis Small. _, over its quota of "E" bonds. There I
The total valuation of all real has been no report at all to date' on .. was Dr. W. D. Wiley, who gave a II delegation stated, is needed in orderto
the sale securities.The very interesting and instructive talk bring the water table up to a
tangible of J
estate personal property:!
; and railroad and telegraph amounts I state report as of June :25 MISS MORGAN QUITS I I on mosquito: control, after which a I I height necessary to maintain farming -

to 7772670. The total valuationon shows that 64,781 in "E" bonds general discussion 'of the matter was(I I and grove interests and_ provide
the 1944 roll was 7210939. have been sold on the $78,000 quota. BANK LOVVORN IN' held.The pasture for a large number of cat-
This represents an, increase of This report shows Hendry 'tied with ; : next meeting of the union I I tle. The river is now a sea-level
.. Leon will be on Tuesday evening, July channel from the Ortona Locks, several -
$561,731 on this year's roll over Glades, Baker and countiesfor I
last. tenth place but Glades County AS ASS'T CASHIERMiss 24, at the Community Center in the I miles east of LaBelle.
City Hall, when another interesting i The hearing was held in the Community -
topped its quota week and prob-
roll Is
The breakdown on
r I Center at 1:00 o'clock with
program is anticipated, the
ably Hendry County is much fur- program i iI
as follows: committee Col. A. B. Jones district
Open real estate ..............$4,707,450 ther along than this report indi- Frances Morgan, for '''many I I Lawrence for ,that meeting being Jacksonville engineerof
as the presiding officer -
Lee chairman Cecil
, Personal property........... 1,922,200 cates. : :years assistant cashier of the First Thompsoand'- and while'the held
Railroad and telegraph. 179,340 Since tomorrow (Saturday) is the i Bank of Clewiston, has, resigned that Dr. C. E: Gericke.. hearing was
A for the
cordial testi-
final day of the Seventh War Loan position, her resignation becoming. invitation is extended purpose of receiving

Total ......__........____........,6,808,990 those who have been postponing I effective as of July 1. to the men of the. community to be mony concerning of the deeper canal,
'I I present. a greater part the testimony presented -
, Wholly exempt govern- purchases should make sure_ to buy I: In announcing her resignation, E. t was for a higher lake level
' ment and 'widows -u..... 122,800 before the deadline. 'i L. Stewart, cashier of the bank 'stat-: I and a higher water table the need

Homestead exemptions. 907,430 'I ed that .it was ,accepted with great I I Report On 'Canning I of which has been so keenly felt

Trustees ->...........___....__...... 136,830 Kurtz Buys Old 1 regret for her ,efficiency' 'and famil- Activities Given during the recent protracted drought.Ben .

,,J Non-Exempt Certificates .. 15,020 Alston : iarity with bank affairs made her almost -i I y : Herr, chief engineer and secretary -
Home Exemption Certificates BuildingFor I I indespensable. Miss; Morgan I T Vo-Ag'' Teacher -: of the Okeechobee Flood Control '

........_..................... 1,600 Dairy StoreR. -. i i did. not announce her plans, for the I IB I Board, opened the hearing by
I future but is spending a few weeks i I giving a resume of past activities in

'.. Total ----......--..................$ ,i 8 3.680 'with her parents, Mr. and 1lrs.A.. :1 I i M. H. Sharpe, vocationalagricultural behalf of 'waterway deepening and tr
, Other items of business to come ., E. Kurtz, Fort Myers attornoy L. Morgan in Moore Haven. I I teacher in the Clewiston made several: recommendations in
! before the board were the appointing who has been active, in" this area as Charles J. Lovvorn who resignedhis school who has under supervisionthe order to obtain a twelve-foot navi-

r of a committee of three, A. J. Evers an independent cane grower until position with the United States I I ,canning plants at Hooker's gable ,waterway., These included! the

R. B. Wa .ron. and .C. E. Miner, for he sold his interest in, Shawnee Sugar Corporation the first of June'j I Point and 'at Moore Haven reports new lock between Denaud and Alva ;
the purpose of checking mileage and Farms to John Tiedtke has gone into has been named by Mr. as [this week on activities at the plants and a new spillway at Moore Haven, :
' furnishing description on' certain the dairy business on a rapidly Miss Morgan's successor. He went I I during June. if plausible using the present lockas

secondary highways' in Hendry County -.' expanding scale on property near to work in the bank last week. I I Although the canning the Clew-|! a spillway; structure and buildinga

a report of which will be submitted Moore Haven ; andrjcezitly purchased iston' area Hrnnnful- sharplyfrom' : new' lock with i. iCver sill...
rr.-- '
r *to the State iload Department the -Alstbitjbtiikling on 1 1---:; : Mr. Sharpe explained 'that. this 'There were representatives present

; and providing adequate lighting "Francisco, Street near,_the 1 Ridge for I i Softball League vas due 'to the inclement ,weather I from all communities along the Fort
' ,on the Fort Denaud bridge.A I use as a1 dairy processing and distribution l- and the ending _of the vegetable sea- I Myers-Stuart Waterway with the
letter to Chairman J. O. plant. I son. However despite the lessened largest delegations being from La-
son' from F. E. Bayless David-i 1 Theiare three rooms in this I need for the canning facilities dur- o Belle and Fort Myers: and all interested -
Riddle Flyers, Lose Double Header
the SRD, explains: building, the center one being occupied ing, the summer months arrange-; contended that it would be
"The State Road Department I I at this time by the McDuffie I II Playing without the services of I ments are being made to keep the I extremely foolish to dig the inter-
plans to lay out a Federal Aid System -I Cleaning Shop and the south room Ruhlander, Lapan and Dugger three Hooker's Point cannery open on coastal waterways on the east and
! of highways which will act as I I by the Williams Shoe Shop. The of their top flight players, the Fly-I Wednesdays and Thursdays. Ar-I west coasts of the state without providing -

1%. feeder roads to our main State and I I I vacant north room is the one which ers went out and dropped a double rangements for its use on these I a cross-state artery of equal t

(Continued on Page 8) I II I will be used for the dairy plant and header to the Sugar Company and days may be made by Contacting depth to connect them.

I' workmen are busy this week reno- High' School by the'scores! of 6-3 and either Mr. Sharpe or Mrs. ''L. L. I It was brought out that a water
) Great Fun Reported I vating and painting this room. ,The 6-4. Lowe. way of sufficient depth, _to be used
work is being supervised by J, E. The Sugar Company getting first
At During June 21 families used the (Continued on Page 8)I'
Dance Given
By Thompson, manager of the Kurtz crack at the Flyers, jumped on canning facilities in South Clewis-I

Legion Tuesday NiteThe dairy interests.Mr. I Greenberger. for 3 hits and 2 'runsin ton and the total valuation of the I' 1;..;....
., Thompson stated Thursday the first inning, and revived the product canned was estimated' I Kiwanis Enjoys ,,' .f.
-- I that delivery of equipment, purchased rally 'in the third with 4 hits and 4 $727.50. There were '128 cans of!
dance given at Sugarland ,' from the Dobbins Dairy in Fort runs. At this point Greenbergerwas I beans, 78 cans of cat i p-5 cans of Quiz Meeting, ? I,'
Park Tuesday evening on Fourth ofF i Myers, would be made ,next week relieved by Gamble} who held okra 1498 cans of tomatoes 48
July Eve was a great success in I and the plant is expected to be in the sugar boys hitless for the last cans of Irish potatoes: ;":-4' cans of I The Kiwanis Club meeting i Tuesday ,

every way according to membersof I operation by July 15. Two pasteurizing four innings. Bobby Hare was in beets 23 cans of pork, 12 cans of I evening at the Inn, a' day early
the American Legion committee, I machines are to be installed his usual form on the mound by giving I I peas and 445 cans of beef. because of the Fourth of July, ,en-
except financially but the fun which i as well as refrigerating and other up only 4 hits and helped clinch Mr. Sharpe 'states that more new [ joyed a quiz program arranged by

was had by every one was recom- i equipment.Milk his own game by collecting 2. for 4 :I and modern equipment will be addled 'J. E. Beardsley on governmental of-
pense enough for the failure to make,, to be processed at this local at the plate. A. J. Theilen collected -i before the beginning of the next ficials.In .
c more than a very small margin of plant will be produced 'on the Kurtz 2 for 3 for the day.. Mr. Theilen, !I I canning season and every effort is the list were ten national officials -,
profit. Dairy and other dairies in the area who is known as the old man of:: being made to stimulate interest in ten state officials, ten coun-
The crowd was as large as the hall I making up the Lakeside Dairies. I baseball was once the battery mate i:1 canning by families in the area. ty officials and ten city officials.W. .
would conveniently hold a large !I of the immortal Walter Johnson, and I N. Martin's list was ninety per
number of those attending being Veteran Combat although age has slowed him down is cent correct and he received first
cadets from Riddle Field who had still a headache to all youngstersthat ADVISORY NOTICE TO MARINERS prize in war stamps. E. M. Cornette '

been permitted to attend through J Engineers Maintaining face him on the diamond. was a close second. '
the courtesy of the commanding of- Going into the game with the High 1. Pursuant to a "Notice of ap Luther Owens made a brief talk ,
ficer. Many words of praise were Redeployment Camp School the Flyers took the lead when plication" issued 29 June 1944 by on the work being done by the Youth
heard for the music which was furn-| O'Hara drew a walk and scored ona this office a War Department permit Service Committee in supporting the

ished by Dave Tyler's orchestra of' ASSEMBLY AREA COMMAND, slashing drive by Collins over the I was issued to the Receivers of school softball club during the sum-
Miami. 1 France-A platoon of combat en- left fielder's head. Unable to hold ,I the Seaboard Air Line Railway Com- mer months. -
,/ The Legion is particularly grate- gineers, veterans of D-Day, are now I the lead the Flyers ,let the H. S. pany, Norfolk, Virginia to recon-''I The meeting was brief to permit .-
ful to Miss Geneva Thielen and Miss L maintaining Camp Detroit, one of tie it up in the third inning and the struct the two existing rest piers' of members to attend the Legion dance it
Renee, Wethington for the splendid ,II the 17 tent cities erected by the score remained the same until the I each of the two drawspans of the if they so desired. ''
I job they did on ticket sales prior tot! Assembly Area Command to house fifth when short stop Twiddy er-. Seaboard Air Line Railway Com-I i
: the dance. l li in for the pany's bridge across Gasparilla iI
troops during redeployment to the rored to let 2 runs Fly- I
i Pacific or to the United States. I ers. The H. S. bounced back in the Sound, near Boca Grande, Florida. ,,|, Assembly Of God
r. Elbert F. Hooker-- I The Second Platoon, B Company, I sixth and rallied with singles by The proposed work will effect no i, Church Redecorated > "
238th Combat Engineers Battalion I Baker Pape and Conkllng and tooka permanent change in the clearances I,| '
Graduates from Aviation'' landed on D-Day with an assault 6-4 lead that held for the remainder either vertical or horizontal at the i, For Revival Meeting ..
' team on the 4th Infantry Divisionand I I of the game. Lefty Baker playing navigation channels through the:
Fire Control Schcol
built the first Allies' military the type of defensive ball that drawspan. During the period of I
bridge on the continent. Later they made him one of the best in the construction, the bridge under construction Rev H. R. Bagwell pastor of the
L U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION participated in the battles of Cher- 'Southeastern league 20 years ago : will be inoperable and ''i iI Assembly of God Church in South
I Jacksonville, Fla.-Elbert F. Hooker bourg and St. Lo and fought as infantry was a constant menace to all base- I vessels requiring more vertical clearance Clewiston stated this week that the
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker at Aachen. After the Battle runners who played around first I I than that afforded by the bridge) interior of the church had been en-

..j.: Clewiston Fla., was among recent -(, of the Bulge, they moved north and I II base. in closed position'will be unable toi i tirely redecorated during the past
week with walls and seats refinished.
"i graduates at the Aviation Fire built the. first tread way bridge over 1234ri67fi H E pass through the drawspan. Work
I Ii I
i\\ J Control School at the Naval Air:.I the Roer River. From then until I U.SS.C,2040000 6 7 4 will be begun at the southerly draw-" The parsonage, next door to the '
y Technical Training Center. VE Day they were with the First R. F. 01002003 4 5 span on or about 16 July 1945 and church has also been painted. +
Ii I I I
This work has been done to
Entering the Navy Nov. 18, 1942, Army and at war's end were at the I II i Batteries: Hare and Weaver; during period ,of about 90 days I pre-
;, he received his recruit training at I I Elbe River. Gieenberger, Gamble and Waters I that drawspan will be inoperable] pare the church for the revival
i Norfolk Va., later being transferred I At Camp Detroit the Engineers 1 2 84567II II E and vessels desiring to pass the I meeting which is scheduled to start s
to the Naval Air Technical Training -II. supervised German prisoners of war C. H. S. 01101306' 9 3 I bridge must use the northerly draw- there Sunday evening with Frank t
I and Gladys Lummer conducting.This .
J, Center here. I in supplying water and maintaining (Continued on Page 4) span. /
revivalist and his wife are r'
: I Hooker completed the course with I loads mess halls recreation and 2. All vessels using the water-
recognized as talented musiciansand
the rate of Aviation Fire Control-j other buildings erected for the use way in the vicinity are advised tol I
good crowds are to attend
expected -
, r man First Class. He probably will i i of troops during redeployment. utilized for air transport of rede- exercise all necessary caution in approaching the I
c3 be assigned to an aviation squadron -I Located near Reims, France scene ployed soldiers urgently needed in the bridge referred to. July 22. services each night through 1
where he will be engaged in the j j lof the German surrender Camp the Pacific or the United States. A. B. JONES As
a of
maintenance aviation fire control Detroit houses 15,000 troops. An I A member of the platoon is Pvt. Colonel, Corps of Engineers the'reviva.1tbe '!
Y ( equipment. I airfield on the camp grounds is I i.I I William B. Davidson! of Clewiston. District Engineer. pate church's in each own service.ilT choir. will pa

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home on furlough. He will end a per annum; Printers, $3500 to People's camp begins at 10 a. m. { 'est payment data thereafter, prior to
PFC. BUCK TAYLOR IS 60 day furlough August 18 whenhe $3800 per annum; Printer Proofreaders July 16. The girls go July 16, 17, maturity est. If the at par bonds plus bear accrued interest inter- !

reports back to Daytona Beach $3950 per annum; Accountants and 18. The boys go July 18, 19 2.99 percent or less, all of the said at
for reclassification and Auditors, $3100 to .5200 and 20. Boys camp starts 4 p. m., bonds shall be noncallable.
Proceedings for
HOME; WAS PRISONER Pfc. Taylor said his entire com per annum; Bank Examiners, $2100to July 18. Price of the camp is $3.50 bonds are pending the in the validation Circuit of Court the

pany was taken by the Germans. The $3000 per annum; Contact Rep- .per child. Boys and girls, get your of opinion Hendry of County,. Florida; and the "! .
Caldwcll Marshall,
group was not so large because they resentative, U, S. Veterans Admin- registration fee' of '$1.00 to Mrs. H. & Mitchell New 'York City, will be
>OF WARN I EUROPE;l had already lost many men. After I' istration, $3163 per annum; Slaughter C. Meador, or G. F. Serson at once. charge.furnished to the' purchasers .without !

J they had marched many miles, from Control Specialist, $3800 per First come, first served. Sufficient Each bid must be accompanied by a
one place to another, they were put I annum; Slaughter Control Officer, adult sponsors will be at camp to certified, check or cashier's check for
{Hendry County News) I I on a train bound for a prison camp. $4400 per annum; Medical Technic- insure right kind of supervision. I Board$9,000 of payable Public to Instruction the order of of Hen-the

Pfc, Stephen "Buck"v Taylor, But American air force bombers ians, $1752 to $2433 per ,annum; Experienced life guard on duty at I I dry County, Florida, as security for
\ ho "tras a prisoner of war for 32 I I sighted the train, dumped a few Social Case Workers, $2100 to all swim periods. the der performance of the terms by the of successful his bid. Bids bid-

-ays: from Feb.' 25 last when, he was!! bombs which hit smack on the tar- $2300 per annum.Applications ,-r- I I should be enclosed In a sealed envelope
Captured in battle between the Ruhr and requests for information addressed to the undersigned and
I I|i get, killed the engineer, after which METHODIST CHURCH marked "Bid for School The
and Rhine rivers in Germany while these positions I I Board reject
concerning reserves the
escaped. right to
the prisoners
I W. S. any:
I I Bo1'.emanIinist
serving with the infantry with ,the should be sent to Mrs. Pauline W. and all bids.
:104th division of the 1st army, is j'I The group walked and walked Lingo, Civil Service Representative Dated June 18. 1945.
., until finally, on March 29, they were I C. E. WEAVER,
I overtaken by advancing allied forcesat in Fort Myers. ( Sunday School, 7:15 p. m.' I County Superintendent of
Worship Service, 8:00 Public Instruction of
liber- Machinist, electricians, p. m.
Hatenrod. County, Florida.
,.. ated captives were flown to a hospital sheet metal workers, meChanicS'1 I Services are' being held, temporarily Juno 22, 29, July 6, 1945.
in Paris and then to another helpers badly needed at West Coast,. in the Library room of the I .

Look to "theFuture hospital in England where, Taylor Charleston, Pensacola, Pearl Har- !I i Community! Center and all are cor- 1- -
bor. and meal'
said, he remained for several weeks Transportation ;dially invited to attend.
tickets these Naval II
until he was shipped to the Stateson furnished to I F. Deane Duff
Shore Establishments. Interested ,
I a: C-54 transport plane which '! ST.
qualified persons not now employed| REGISTERED
II made stops at Iceland and Green- REAL ESTATE
I in essential should I' CHURCH
War Work con- I BROKER
land en route to New York.
II tact Mrs. Lingo.CLEWISTON. : I
During the time he was a prisonerof Services every Sunday at 8:30 Glades, Ilcndry and Palm Beach
I County Lands
for More Than
the Germans Pfc. Taylor said he a. m., at Clewlston Community 23 Years
lost between 30 and 40 pounds Mostof COMMUNITY
Church.THE ,
that has been restored and now CHURCH REV. 'S. D. MASON

he claims to 'be feeling fine again. David O. Hancock, Minister Priest in, Charge.
'. "There' is no place like home, and
After The War no country in the world like the SUNDAY,, JULY 8, 1945 ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH

United States," he declared.Pfc. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. i I GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO.

1 Taylor was inducted Nov. I E. Gericke: superintendent. Classesfor I Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor -

i You Will Want To 23,, 1943, at Camp Blanding, landed all ages.Morning Mass: Clewiston 9:00 a. m. G. Nottingham- AgentBox .

I overseas in December and soon Worship, 11:00 a. m. AJ I Pahokee 11:00 a. m. G527

, Build A' HomeIt after went into combat. nursery for small children is conducted I Clewiston FloridaJohnson's

I at the Community Center. ,

Civil Service "In the World But Not of It" Is SPECIAL TAX NOTICE SCHOOL or SALE DISTRICT NO. l e

the theme of the minister's sermon. 7 OF lIE. DRY COUNTY, FLORIDA. I

Openings Are Westminster Fellowship 6:00 p. .
m. Notice is hereby given that the I Fish
Wide And VariedCivil Board of Public Instruction of Hen- j
Will Pay You To You are cordially invited to worship -\ dry County, Florida, will receive seal- I (Near Hurricane Gate)
with us.FIRST ed bids at the office of the Superin- (
Service Commission announces tendent of Public Instruction at La- I Clewiston, Fla.
i Belle, Florida, until 8 o'clock P. M. on
Buy Your Lots the opening of the following July 27, 1945, for the purchase of Boats and Motors-Guide Service
Civil Service examinations. Special BAPTIST CHURCH: I $450,000 of school Bonds of Special Rates ReasonableW. I
1 H. C. Meador, Pastor Tax School District No. 7 of Ilcndry H. Johnson
Agents, Treasury Department, $2600to County, Florida. The bonds are in the Mgr.
! NOWCLEWISTON $3200 per annum; Internal Revenue I denomination of $1,000 each; are dated
1 Agents, Treasury Department, "THE SINGING CHURCH" April 1, 1945; are in coupon form with
ArchI- Sunday School-9:45 a. m. principal and semi-annual interest :":-:-:-:":":-: :":":-:":":":-:-:->0---
$2600 to 4600 per annum; (April 1 and October 1) payable at The .
tectural, Structural, Mechanical, Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. Chase National Bank of the City of if FOR ::1
New York, in New York City.
>< Electrical and Civil Engineers .a: Subject, "What Is The Church? The bonds mature on April 1 in the.
San Juan, Puerto Rico, salary rang- Training Union-6:45 p. m. years and amounts as follows: \,I_, TAXICABSDAY ::
$18,000 in 1946 to 1948. inclusive,
ing from $2800 to $5700 per annum. I Evening Worship: 00 p. m. 19,000 in 1949 and 1950 :: AND NITE SERVICE :!:
Junior ''Observers in Meteorology, Subject. "What Is Man?" I 20,000 in 1951 and 1952
I 21,000 in 1953 and 1954 I :!: PHONE 18FLOWERS :
Prayer Service Wed., 8:00 .
male and female, high school graduates p. m. 22,000 in 1955 and 1956 .. .

{ acceptable, $1440 per annum; I A very cordial invitation is extended -I 23,000 in 1957 and 1958 ...-..............:0.I ..........................-..............-'......-......-..........-...........
REALTYCORPORATION Radio: Mechanics, Instrument Mak- to all In the community to 24,000 25,000 in in 1959 19fil and 1960 ,

ers, and repairmen needed at Cier-I worship with us each Sunday. If 26,000 in 1962

mont, Florida. Office Machine I you are not an attender upon the 28,000 27,000 in in 1963 1964 I

I Operator position, $1560 to $2400per I services of another church we would 32,000 In 1965 I Cut flowers for, here
delivery or
II annum; Dental Hygienist, $1970 like to welcome you in our services.A Bidders are required to name the
I rate of interest the bonds shall bear I'' for delivery anywhere in U. S.
--- very fine spirit of fellowship expressed in a multiple of 1-100, 110or wire.

.-:.: ..:..;..j..jwj..jMj,.j..j..j..j..jo.--:..:..:.:-:-:..:-:..:..:-:-:-:-:..:..:-:-:. I awaits your coming.' Let our people t interest 1-4 of above 1 percent.2.99 percent If: the,bonds the bonds bear by ,:
meet you next Sunday. I'maturing in the' 1956 MRS. J. M. FOUNTAINDay
I' years to 1965 inclusive I
( .. Ii! Rev. J. D. Peebles, of West: Palm shall be subject to redemption Phone 82 Night'Phone 148WKfcJV. :,
I on April 1, 1955, or on any inter-
CLIENTSSTILL I Beach will bring the messages both I ____ I
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; services this Sunday in the absenceI

I of the pastor. You will want to hear .:..:..:..:...... .. .......... .............. .... ........ ........ ..
LOOKING FOR HOUSES : : :-: : :-: : : : : :-: : : : : .: : :-: : :-:-: : : : :-: : : : :-:-: :..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ....
. i I both messages. Subjects are given ? !.
1 above.. Bring your friends. ? .
i The W. .:. ,... .y.. '.'
M. S. business ''' '' '
and : '
program : ': Y:':::: .,
We Need Listings [i meeting will be held at the, ,, Assembly of God

'J church Tuesday, afternoon. Time, i f .
: ;:" .
Priced Right i 3:30 p. m. All ladies of the church ... tl::. ::';:::i:1fie";:;: .1. SOUTH_CLEWISTON ;. /

I are urged to attend. .:. J ;:: t. 8'I
: "'
j I Ij I i We are continuing our study in I .:.. '.:.-h,....::::,:.:>:,,,,...-trr: ;'" Sunday School .........-......-.......--_ 10:00 A.. M. ';..' II
I the Book i :;;:::; : J .0
of Second Corinthiansafter :: : ffii ._
j I J. E. Beardsley two or three weeks of inter ;:; Morning WorshipEvangelistic '...............__........ 11:00 A. M.t.. -
i ij .:. :: ";'
ference. This next week we will 'i'.. : Service ....___.......__ 8:00 P. M. :'i' '
consider the 8th chapter. This tlfj.-r :.
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and you will miss something if :
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are not present. We are delightedto
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Everyone in Florida's sugar industry is among the 'nation's unsung war heroes, producing the

fighting energy for the Nation's armed forces all over the world as well as for the men _behind

the ,men behind the guns. If YOU are not in essential war work then r '.. ',:" ..:

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Vith raucous a.nd.splitting et.r. ly The Questions The Answers:

calls ',. a e 8 1. What is Inisfail? 1. A poetic name-for Ireland.

; I wish they h d nn 2. What is the legal status of In- 2. In Canada they are consideredto

: pleasanter playgrounds. i.'I'I dians in Canada?' be minors. ,
w 3. What is 'the difference be- 3. A
stogy is a coarse boot or,
I I -a.l\J Ys get s ....__..n, tween a stogy and'a stogie? i shoe; a stogie is a sl nder*cigar.

hit with their *( :. V 4. In a newspaper,- what is a 4. A headline that runs over-two
b'.lls. V. spreadhead: ? or more columns.

I ==r5"R.TC1" rr f't Y''ni.I it.7hrYa 5. What is,the oldest public parkn 5. Boston Commons, in,Boston. I
' [ the United States? 6. Four. '!

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have? speech; a lack off; politeness, or, .
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8. What is the world's largest"' : 8. Oakland -Bay= bridge in' San

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L j'A CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT. A Gay., and Practical Sun Suit ., I ., "

1r and pretty ''play suit. The ric rao

,trimmed bolero can be slipped on

Persons now' engaged ia essential .. to prevent too much suntanning on
industry will not apply without.statement a. tiny back and shoulders.
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of availability from their local X"l r :B' ,. *
United States Employment Service.
To obtain complete pattern, cherry ap
plique pattern for pocket, finishing Instructions *
HELP WANTED WOMEN .s.L.': for the sun suit and bolero (PatternNo.
5883)) sizes 2, 3, 4 years included, send
16 cents in coin,'your name, address and
@;e the pattern number.
-Thoroughly experienced -
while waitressesfor Due to an unusually large demand and
dining room in fine resort hotel located yf current war conditions, slightly more time
. in the mountains..Salary$75.00 per month rbu.r ? .. :.a,; is required in filling orders for a few of
plus room, with private bath, togetherwith / /a; U !..ri!;y2. : F'lr; / k
meals, in the hotel. Prefer middle ?{ .. .. : / the most popular pattern numbers.
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aged school teachers who have had previous """F>>.J i.'M: ::: :::N'v;:::: rr r '<'::i,'<'>.>;;:;:: .';:'>>:<<0.:7 %:;. 1"y.;'';>;> !ob! >; .xaY (i""i: "'N<. Send your order to:
experience in waiting tables.

Chaltanooga,Tennessee .-' Phono 3.1742 (See Recipes Below) C 530 south c Wells: St Chicago. \

I Enclose 16 cents for Pattern
,Refreshments I
Lynn Chambers' Refreshment NoNam" _,
WA 'Eg I
Looking for an easy way to return, i Suggestion ,
Thoroughly experienced white maids for your social obligations? This is the Address
fine resort hotel in the mountains. Salary Punch I
$75.00 :per; month,plus room and private season for, it, be- Party
bath,with meals,in the hotel. Prefer mid, cause entertaining Assorted Finger Sandwiches 1
dIe aged,settled women. Apply Fudgies \
: can be cool,
.. "j LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HOTEL Assorted, Mints Small Candies
- ; : and still j
Chattanooga,Tennossea Phono 3-1742 &; simple
Recipes Given V
, lovely. J
INSTRUCTIONLearn All food can be

I point easy and Fruit Lemonade.
Ad.\Vriling-Write your own futurein fun to fix becauseit
fascinating career. Amazing opportunities (Serves 6 to 8) l
in fabulous post-war advertising pro- does not re- ()24frDbi0 t4CUERS
gram. Prepare now. Professional home hot stove to \Yz! cups light corn syrup. ,,
course teaches practical, modern methods. quire standing over a ,% water
$2 mo. Ad-Labs, Box 971, Jacksonville, Fla. have it ready. For the simpler typeof cup w o
of 2 lemons
SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC. party, rely heavily on cooling' Juice of 2 oranges 5883
thirst quenchers with perhaps a few
STRAWBERRY PLANTS, Blakemore and % cup pineapple juice
Missionary, 100 for S2;. 500.for S5., $8 per cookies or small cakes arranged at- 4
, 1000. John Lighlfoot." Blrcbwood, Tenn tractively on a platter. If the party tablespoons cracked ice SHE ,is much too cool and com-

" -.. takes the place of dinner, you might 4 cherries to care what the tem-
1 '" have several substantial salads. Try Few slices of banana perature is! Lucky little girl to t

serving on the lawn or garden, buf- 11A cups ginger ale have such a sensible, practical BUY U. S., WAR BONDS
; SAVE YOUR SCRAP fet style, and< save strain: on house- Boil together syrup and'water for

keeping.You 2 minutes: Set aside and cool. Pour+ '
will want to suggest coolnessin one-half cup of
: your table settings. Blues and the cooled syrup I %
ICTORYOld "-+ This package contains a combination of minerals produced
comfortable and into
L greens are very shaker or : ,:_I'i : \; and compounded by Nature alone.with no artificial in
you can relieve the monotony by large jar, add ). I ,' .;, gredients nor man-made drugs. When you mix it with your J
: METAL, RAGS, having flowers in whites, pink or fruit juices and t 'i I I %- '.. drinking water, according to directions and drink Crazy
Water day after day, you join millions who have attacked
RUBBER and PAPER yellow, whichever goes best with. ice and shake.ti I the cause of their troubles. Gently but surely Crazy Water i
what you have. Fill glasses about' ,Lj: j stimulates three main cleansing channels-kidney, skin
and intestinal elimination. Crazy Water brings positive
Orange Cream. half full of the : benefits in faulty elimination, the cause and aggravating, j
(Serves 6) mixture and complete with ginger j factor of rheumatic pains, digestive orders constipation
{ : excess acidity, etc. Get a package of Crazy Water Crystalsat
: .. Soothe
relieve heat ale
rash slivered cher-i
remaining syrup, .
, 4 yolks your drug store today.'ttzz'
; and help prevent it with egg ries and banana.
) EAJ] Mexsana, the soothing, Wz! cups orange juice i
medicated powder. Contains ,1% cups cream or rich milk Cookies to go with the cool drinks!'I 1
y THE ingredients often Sugar, if desired should be tasty but sugarsaving.You'll .I JVater

'. used by these specialists discomforts to relieve Beat egg yolks until light, add or- like both of these suggestions:
-" H E A J Sprinkle well over heat ange juice'and blend thoroughly.Pour Fudgies..

Always irritated demand skin. Costs little. into glasses and stir in cream. (Makes 4 dozen 2-inch cookies)
Mexsana.IF .
if is need-
Sweeten to taste, sugar ;
-, Y
i" cup shortening
ed. Serve at once. ll
I :> Yz cup sugar
". Party Punch.
\ Yz
cup dark corn syrup
(Serves 8 to '10) 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1 cup freshly made ''tea 1 egg

1 cup'sugar 2 squares chocolate e.VACATION .

2 cups water 2 cups flour ,

1 cup orange juice teaspoon. soda
1 cup sliced, sweetened strawberries 1 teaspoon salt

% cup lemon juice Yz cup buttermilk or sour milk

SO 1 pint carbonated water 24 cup nuts

r OUT Pour hot tea over'sugar, add Water
WATCH Cream together sugar and short-
Cool. Add orange and lemon
ening. Add gradually beating i
The medical profession knows that juice and strawberries. Just be- '
after each addition. Blend in IN, COOL SCENIC GRANDEUR ABOVE THE CLOUDS]
though a person may be cured of common fore serving, add carbonated water.If ,
: malaria they may have it come vanilla. Add egg and beat until SWIM, GOLF, RIDE HORSEBACK, DANCE, HIKE "\
back on them. So, if you are once more served.,in punch' bowl., add thin '
light. Add melted chocolate. Sift of this WORLD FAMOUS RE- "
feeling tired, run down, have pains in slices of Come; live and enjoy the refreshing luxury ( '
back and legs, feel weak and billious, no orange. together all dry ingredients, then SORT.No need of your own automobile. Lookout Mountain Hotel cabs meet / +,
appetite and nervous-though chills and Orange Punch. add to creamed mixture alter- all trains and buses in nearby Chattanooga. Swimming pool, golf, archery;
fever haven't struck you yet, and you (Serves 6 to 8)) tennis, beauty and gown shop. America's most beautiful patio open evenings )
i f have common malaria-it doesn't pay to nately with buttermilk, beating until with dancing beneath starlit skies to the famous Lookout Mountain Orchestral I
take any chances. Try a bottle of Oxi 1 pint orange ice smooth after each addition. Blendin :.. .Rates $12.00 and up daily, including meals, tennis and swimming priv4>
c. dine. Oxidine is made to combat malaria. ileges. (Specialfamily and seasonal rates). Write to Lookout Mountain'Hotel;
4 pints dry ginger ale nuts. i
give you.iron to help creation of red Drop by 'spoonfuls on October!
Lookout Mountain Phone 3-1742 Chattanooga. Open May to
blood cells. If the first bottle doesn't ,Tenn.
Crushed ice .::. greased baking sheet. Bake in a
satisfy you your money will be returned. LOOKOUTMOUNTAIN HOTELS.JOll'rNLiTTTLEGRREEN.Mannaager '
i Oxidme has been used for over SO years. Maraschinocherries '.r moderate, (350-degree) oven. (One- .
Get a bottle today at your drug store. half cup cocoa may be used in placeof I

V. Beat orange ice chocolate Sift,, with flour soda

{ and ginger ale and salt.) V41't"
c"i together. Serve in I''":' t }

"i FOR QUICK RELIEF glasses with aid= Almond Jam ,Bars. Hungry mos

crushed ice and Ali (Makes 2% dozen medium- t r' quitoes and
cherries. sized bars)
/ buzzing flied
A ANTISEPTIC Soothing S A Dv IE Yz cup shortening t1 t'1 / :won't make !
teaspoon almond extract night a
[Used thousands 1. your t
by with ,
satisfactory feulu ea
for 40 years-six valuable ingredi Lynn Says .teaspoon vanilla nightmare...if l +
ents. Get Carboil at drug stores or writo Yz cup corn syrup or honey ---r' yousprapthetnarauderswithFlid-
Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville Tenn. Easy Sips: Next time you have l.Y-2 cups flour tyJ

iced tea, flavor with honey in- 1 baking i
teaspoon powder y For one whiff of this effective 1
'VNU-7' 25-45 stead of sugar and serve with Ys teaspoon salt !' insecticide is "sudden
1 1s
I lemon and orange wedges. It's Yz teaspoon cinnamon death"to these common )

delightful. JA teaspoon cloves hold pests, moths and house-l+
? ?
If you have leftover fruit juices, 1
egg as well as to the dangerous, dis*.
; WOMEra'38to52'J coffee or tea, make ice cubes with scup jam ; ease-laden'malarin mos

them. Then frosty drinks will not It kills'cm-on the A
are you embarrassed have that watery flavor. Bits of Mix together shortening and ex I quitoes. -
V 9 S S1 fruit, berries or mint sprigs may tracts. Add syrup, mixing well. Sift spot Buy Flit today!

J a J U OHIASHE ? also be frozen in ice cubes to together flour, baking powder, salt, 1J

make them attractive.For cinnamon and cloves. Add to short- FLITr t

; \ a good afternoon pickup, ening and mix until crumbly. Beatin 4 4i
chilled tomato juice mixing well. Spread half of
try with egg
\ U you suffer from hot flashes gin- MOTHS
\1, V el weak, nervous, highstrung. ger'' ale or, use apricot nectar batter on greased, shallow pan.:
I: \ a tional bit blue"middle-age"at times-period due to peculiar the rune to with a dash of lemon juice. Spread jam over batter. Cover jam / AND MOSQUITOES r

'T I women-try this great medicine Lydla Iced coffee takes on a party with remaining batter. Bake in a steno.tacorpor.t.a "

I'I. ,I ;E.relieve Plntham's such Vegetable symptoms Compound PinthamV to touch when topped with meringueand moderately hot (400-degree) oven 25-
Compound HELPS NATOTIE. It's one of sprinkled with cinnamon. 30 minutes. Cut in bars.
the best known medicines for thin Western ,
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PAGE FOUR' r :THE ,EppI6T02V' NEWS) .- ,-- FRIDAY;' JULY 6, 1945, '

I in ,19-4,4-lhe, i to :relatives 'o'{ Ed Von A1\f .R::'M LEN:)ON :HAS PARTY t"U.iDA :" SON'' BOKN'' .
service : April ;was
naval :
New ._ .
Clewi y"O'N
The ton whom FIFTHBIRTHDAY' '
'both of
I employed by:the'United States Sugar Connie Clark, ] 1 -- ,"
Corp., in Clew'ston.He, has been seen recently. Sgt. McCollum Mrs. C. L. McLendon entertain d" Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gann, are the
t' '12 month .. ed only briefly here with ; parents of aziQight-pound baby .
Published .enry' Friday' In Clewhtol1 overseas a party Friday afternoon, l. .. boy ,
CLEWISTON NEWS yesterday before 'horn' July 4 in'Pahokee.NOTICE.
Florida, by the son, Lamar on his'' fifth .
( his father.
tnc. Arcadia to visit I.
-".,....J. .... .JJ.. .. ..<><<><...>.'.....J'.J'. ..-'.....,_. .,. ..'... 'C. on the lawn at Sugarland Park.!
Games were played and refresh ,:
as is
Waldron '
second close mall Matter Pvt. Marty -- .-
February 1, 1927,' at the Poet Oiflc In further and further from nts of Ice 'cream' '':' ';birthday. cake TO WHOM .l'r.MAY CONCERN:
crewlston, Florida, under the Act of With and if he Isn't nd chocolate' milk 1 were served. This is to 'advise"that' it is my intention -
March S, 1897. ; every report were candy'and chewing to register the name of
will soon get so far he'll gum. CLEWISTON RADIO-ELECTRIC
shoot his Children 'attending were: Jane I COMPANYwith
Japs and have to
SETTLE PnblUber8ub Beverly and Ronnie the Clerk of the Circuit Court fra
Our He was in Manila at the last and for Hendry County Florida, the
eriptlon Rate- CUM) Per Ted Boys Anyway we've watched Marty Hutson, Majorie Gideon I said Hendry County being the prin-
Warren Brown, Chris Christian' cipal place of business of CL.CW1STON -
football and if ,he can't RADIO-ELECTRIC
Rate O. Application.Devoted field COMPANY;
the Japs he can darned sure Casper Carl and 'Eric Larsen I. that I am the sole owner of the business -
in the I Mary Catherine and 'Judy Francis,1' operated under the name of
them. J. Carrol -Miner Martha |I' "CLEWISTON RADIO-ELECTRIC
to the advancement and welfare .. COMPANY."
of Clewiston and Hendry County. A nice this week I Hare Georgia; .John and Bobby, C. A. FOSS.
letter Weetman Janet and 'Ronnie Wylie'July i 6, 13, 20 and 27.NOTICE.
Service John A. Perry who is now --
at Camp Blanding. He is Virginia Godwin Harriet Magill I
Nancy and Cynthia' Bolton, Helen
ed there with the Army .
Forces Liasion office at the Prewitt, Charles Twiddy Jerry,
John Mathew, David''" and Benny Notice Is hereby given that in accordance -
maI .. tion Center. His office with Chapter 22882 Laws of
:"------.x"---<-M' Prewitt Martha Jean Nowling 'Elsie
returning from overseas for 1945 the Board of Supervisors of Ritta
Anderson .Eutalia' and ''Bethia Mueller Drainage District has caused to be
I tribution redeployment and prepared a budget of the Debt Service
will return
1 I Major Dick Bestor tion. Ann Driggers Jennings Ezelle, reQuirements and the cost of maintaining -
I I home in a few days from the Euro- Tommy Seegars'; Martha Davis Tom and operating all of the work and

The House' pean Theatre of Operations with a Mrs. Leon Snell 'showed my'Owens; Lyn Vaughn'Nancy Moon improvements the of affairs the District of the and District administerIng -
On lot of war experience behind him Hank Thompson Ted Wayne Drig-! for the period beginning November 1,
decorations than he can pictures of her husband, 1945, and ending October 31, 1946, and
D. C. S. and more who Is now based in gers and Gene Thompson. I that said budget''' is on file in the office -
easily carry. Major Bestor arrivedin of the Secretary of the District
hearing held the States a few days ago and is from the look of things Is VOLUNTEER PAINTERS WANTEDMrs. and the same may be examined at the
The U. S% Engineer remain in there with the I office of the Secretary.The .
afternoon 'at'most turned i now' at Camp Blanding for reassign Occupation since he is in the W. L. Lott property man- Board of Supervisors of Ritta
Tuesday I Drainage District will
I ment. His wife who came in from meet in the office -
'onseryat1P' ? meeting Division of the Seventh ager of the Cadet Club Is askingfor of the District Clewiston, Florida
Into a water ( I: California a couple of weeks ,ago to on July 17, 1945. at 11:00 o'clock in the
affair of the pictures is of the volunteer painters, who will meetat
channel deepening morning E.W.T., for the
instead of a await his return, went immediately purpose
: side]I which he is quartered and the Community Center Tuesday hearing objections and complaintswith
as scheduled. "f'.to.nry, !.to Jacksonville to meet,, him as soonas respect to said budget.
for'a: higher .lake cates that the occupation I afternoon at two o'clock to complete BOARD
came requests they'll(l leOiim loose atBlanding.. OF SUPERVISORS
maximum in order to prevent. living In considerable style. the painting of the furnitureIn RITTA DRAINAGE DISTRICT.
level has'I said that the house had the club 'room., ,, R.. Y. Patterson President.
low stage as
June 29
disastrously I July
such a : L Ed TYd is back home this 4
recent ; bath tub he'd seen since
been recorded duringthe after,a"'couple of nice weeks at .r ", "
: overseas and he was making
dr ught. ,f the'*. 'Miami' Beach ReDistributionCenter. I
of it.
Col. Jones the district engineer, 'And where of all places, '''':-. j';: .

first implied that the water control but should he be assigned but to Camp Mrs. Marvin Morice IF YOU WISH THE

measures were local problems Blanding. Mildred has ,been with
water ter last week from her
any -
quickly reminded that Miami and will ,
was him at accompanyhim
conservation plan hinged on the far"s Gainesville toward Corp. Marvin Morice who

maintenance of a proper water level Camp as Blanding and -will make her cently been transferred from FINEST FOODTry
to Okinawa.. Corp. Morice
in the lake which is entirely in the home there. Don't know whetherwe
the U. S. Marine Corps.
hands of the Engineers. ever told you or not but Ed wears .

Later Col. Jones stated: that any the European campaign ribbon with
effort to raise the maximum water two battle stars, the Combat Infan- Sgt. David Graves who A Complete ,Dinner At
would probably entail the Heart spending a 35-day leave at
level in the lake I tryman's badge and Purple
raising of the levees an additional for. injuries received in combat. All with his wife and

foot. or two since the present I of this in the short time in North his return from Europe left
day, for the Miami Beach
levees were constructed for safety Africa before he was taken prisoner THE CANEBRAKEFrom

from flood waters at a seventeenfoot I and forced to sit out almost all bution Center for

elevation. I the remainder of the war. though Sgt. Graves has 106
I to his credit he Is planning

We engineering don't pretend problems to understandthe involvedbut I Horace Brown, Seaman 2-c now for re-assignment rather $1.25 and Up

since the completion of his boot charge.
we do know that insignificant I .
lake levees built partly of muck I training at Bainbridge, Md., dropped

stood up for "several hours against' in to see us the other morning fora Pfc. Jack Martinez SERVICE FROM 6 TO 9 O'CLOCK SHORt, ORDERS
hurricane wind tides in. 1926 and II few minutes, armed with. what do i first of the week to spend a .

1928 before they collapsed and we you think,-a scrub brush. We. day furlough with his 9 TILL 11:30

have no great fear,"that ,the present :thought perhaps Mother was taking and Mrs.' ,C.' A. Martinez,

substantial levees* ,will disintegratefrom I advantage' his recent training but months of,.fighting ,with the I, ; .

wind;tfdes'"even "if the water he,'said it -was to. try and get some in Germany. Jack first AIR CONDITIONED

level is as high as twenty feet when I of] the. 'gravel ,grime from his uni- fighting'in the Seigfried 8)'I

hurricanes hit. Certainly the ad- forms. Horace has a week at .homeland won the Combat

vantages of a higher lake level to i then returns to Bainbridge for. and his unit received the

the whole of South Florida in preventing !re-assignment. Citation for its work. in the .:'rtt N i N z..i N i N i..i N i N i..t..i..i..i N i M t N i N ttIncreased.:N:N:MIN. :N:N:::.::N:N:N:M:N:N;:.:N:N:N:NIN. :N:..:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:M:
fires and the encroachmentof I! of Reims.
salt water into wells used for [II When Frances Nail returned Wed- e

water supply in coastal cities, in [nesday night from California we 1st. Lt. W. L. Brantley Of
providing better water table for knew that Campbell had gone back pected home in a few

farming and sufficient water in the I into the Pacific for a new assign- Germany. His wife

lake to hold our fishing industry, ment with the Sea-Bees.' Since the week from Oklahoma City

commercial and sport, would offset combat zone is now so far away his arrival. Genuine Chevrolet Parts

the slight possible danger to the from the U. S. they're sending the .,--
area from hurricane-driven flood Sea-Bees-and perhaps others to Softball League-

waters.It Pearl Harbor and Guam for assign-1 Now Available

is understood that another ment and her last report from Campbell -

meeting is to be arranged shortly;i, was from Pearl Harbor. Warrant -I (Continued from :rape I

with the Engineers by conservation : Officer, Nall has been taking R.F. 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 I!

interests and if and when that nieet-I Cali-fornia I Batteries: Harbin and ;

ing Is held here should be Greenberger and Waters. All Makes
Service For
fire-works. Frances,said was. very. .rigorous. Headquarters

Clew. Town Team Notch

Cox. Eugene D. Harn .I Had Lt. Dan Beardsley known the The cellar boys of the .
labor shortage was bad it is
as as Town Team finally broke CARS And TRUCKS
I we don't know whether he'd have
Stationed In Hawaii and put a check in the win : ';; come home on leave*or not. He arrived by defeating the Belle Glade ,' "
home last '
Thursday evening
4-3. Bob Hlaverty was
U. S. NAVAL. AIR STATION, and the next day was hard at workon
HILO, HAWAII, T. H.-Eugene D. the farm, not even coming up WASHING and
triple and single for four
Ham coxswain, USNR of Clewis- town for a visit for some little time. the '
I plate and not satisfied
ton, Florida is now serving at this j Dan is still, at Greenville Army AirBase
I went on to steal two bases
station in the supply department.An in, South Carolina but we understand seldom seen 'in this CHRISTIAN CHEVROLET
important function of the sta- is slated for a move after
Town Team collecting 5
tion is serving ,as an advanced training -I this leave.
base for aviation squadrons be- robbed of another when PHONE 87 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
man Lee of the Guards
fore they join the fleet. Sgt. E. B. McCollum is home
Ham's wife resides' at' RFD 1, furlough after 29 months in Burma on air and snagged a line .:M:..:..t..!..***:w3MjMjMj..:**:N:N:N:N:NN, :N:iN:iiN:N...:N:":N:N:N:11:N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:N:..:..:.-:.
I shoulder that was
Clewiston. Before enlisting in the.' and brought some interesting news pay dirt.- ---

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. Clew T. T, 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER

B. G. Gds. 0 1 1 0 1 0 0
Batteries: Walden 7:00 TO 9:30 A. M. 12:00 TO 2:00 P. M. 6:30'TO 8:30 P. M.CLEWISTON .

Surf Cottages Whidden; Capo and '"

B. G. Gds. 7, Moore \ INN
With the help of 6

part of Moore Haven and

3 hitting of McDonald and

9 MILES NORTH OF PALM BEACH hitting of Myerlck the :.i. DINE AT THE INN

able to take an easy one
Tigers by the score of 7 to FOR GOOD FOOD .

of the Guards, pitching \ -

coolness of a kitten, held

1 f ers to 7 scattered hits. Steaks Fish Fresh Vegetables

Spend'your vacation at your local beach: resort. Two inning was the straw that
back as the Guards

room efficiency cottages: Hotel Rooms Dining Room out a 3 run rally to take the
one run. The Tigers went
Cocktail Lounge. at this point and let the Meet Your Friends In Our ,

score one more in the

in the sixth. Pridgen
,man of the Tigers, spoiled COCKTAIL LOUNGE
game by making 2 errors in

For Reservations after collecting 2 for 2 at

Write 623 30th Street Call 8940 M. H. 0 1234507 0 2 0 1 0 0 Open 11:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M. 4:00 P. M.

B. G. Gds/0 0 3 1 0 3 X
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WEST PALM BEACH Batteries: Farnam and

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C C -<<-ee"A-X+: ,(e( <<< Mr. and Mrs, Stafford Beach of '
Beach I NOTICE: Unfortunately :FQR' :'SALE--=Cheap 3-
a West Palm and sons,Stafford, : ,
Jr., and Ted, were' guests of "Mrs.Beach's of rabbits
'dur supply I room :house with half'I "
I I sister, Mrs. F. Deane Duff,

and, SOCIETY : : and Mr. Duff on-July..- 4th ,." exhausted for the. pres!I acre' land: ;'electric lights,

""- ent., Box 448. -1 5
; '.. : Pfc. Jack .Martinez, who recently tp. small .buildings-feed
: ,
-- : returned to the States after servingin -, I-
cc.OOO'OCOO Germany, is spending a furlough -' .1"I' u s.e, ;s. and- chicken

with his parents, ,Mr. and Mrs._ C. 'A. FOR SALE .1 1939 Deluxe houses. At P. B.
Harley Watson of Arcadia was a Miss Velma Lee Akin spent the Martinez. : -'[ Countyline.

business, visitor ,here ThursdayN. we'ek-end in Fort Myers and Tam- Ford tudor sedan. L. Tindale.FOR
pa with relatives and friends.. .. ,J. ; .

V. S. Mumford returned this Horace Brown, Jack Martinez, Good tires: fine shape.L.
week from a visit in the north. Miss Ruth Conely and Mr. and Junior Martinez, Jo 'Ann Walker, I .

" Mrs.", C. B. Garrett, were visitors in Carolyn Bryant, 'Margie ,Allen and E. Thompson 1 tp. 'I RENT:, My houseat
Lt. Morris Ford is visiting friends West Palm Beach on Saturday.. Mamie Trice were-in West Palm

and relatives' in South Carolina. ..:..- Beach for the Fourth of July. -- Hooker's Point, four

F. E. ,Bryant of Azucar and Palm .'
NEEDEp DESPERATELY -rooms and bath. Also
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kennon are Beach : was: the guest of his daughter .Miss Polly Gay Breenberger and --

' visiting in Fort Myers today. Mrs. ,F. Deane Duff, and Mr. Miss Joan Berka of Okeechobee were 'Nurses'aides. 20 land. Mrs. B.
: acres J.
Duff on Monday and Tuesday.. the guests of Mr and Mrs. Jerry .1 _

Miss Marion Leydig returned this ." A -- Greenberger for a week. They returned Apply Clewiston Emergency .!I'Sigler, ,,; ;Rt.. '5, Garden
week from a visit in Tallahassee. Sgt and Mrs. Harold Lash and home Wednesday.

I daughter,' Karen 'Elaine,. were visitors Hospital. ::1 1 tc. City,. Savannah, Ga.
Mrs. Charles Wallace of Miami ,in-West. Palm Beach Saturday: Mr.\ and Mrs. Eddie B. Currie and
visited Mr. Wallace here over the daughter, Lovvorn, returned the r 1 J29'7c

week-end.. I Mr.:and Mrs.:. W. N. Martin are in latter part of last week to their FOR SALE House I ,
Miami, for: 3 couple of days' on busi- home in Welch, La., ,after a visit of j tw'* :: *

, Mr.' and Mrs. J. H. Walker have ness. several days with. Mr. and Mrs. C. furnished; 'or unfurn: : Cabins";for\ Rent-Furnished
returned from a week's visit in Mi-I -- J. Lovvorn." J -.

\ ami.' Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Mary ished. 332: E. Obispo, apartments. In

rY:' t.- ',Louise ,were visitors in West Palm Mrs. A. A. Munroe is expected to; First Street north of quire 'Clewiston Trailer
... '. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. B. Owen and' Beach Monday.Miss. arrive here the latter part of the

;dr" .- children left Thursday to spend the week and will make her home 'with laundry 1 tp. Park.: J29 2t.Mack's .
; week-end in Key West. ...Mary Markette of Hollywood I her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Nail. Her
-. ---- ------- -------- -- --- -------
[.;: -- was here over the Fourth visiting home has been in Madison where her ._ '
', Miss ,Elsie Martin and Danny Mar- friends. and relatives. husband died a few weeks ago.
tin have returned' from a month's '* 1 >
visit with relatives in Palm Beach. Miss Dorothy: Sealey returned ,A-S Bill Perry, son of ;Mr. and

Tuesday'from vacation' spent withrelative's Mrs. W. W. Perry, has completedboot Drug Store

'. Johnny .Davis, returned to his '1nSU: ; Wauchula.. .- "home in Miami this week after a I 1 and spent a'short leave with his
visit with friends here. Miss Betty Hooks of Jacksonville parents. He returned to camp on
: hive= .
i will today for a visit-with her Tuesday.

sister-in-law, Mrs. R. R. Hooks.A. Excellent Prescription Service7A.M.11PM
'" Mrs. H. J. Oglesby and daugh- .
ters, Nora and Julianne, were visitors Horace Brown has completed his
,L. ,Hackett, a former: residentof
In West Palm Beach Friday. Navy boot training at Bainbridge, .
Clewiston, residing in Jen- .
Md., and arrived the latter part of
sen, Fla.. was a visitor in Clewistonon
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette and last week for a visit with his parents

.,. Miss Edythe Nell Cornette are va- Thursday. before returning to Bainbridge for PHONE 20
cationing at Hot Springs, Ark., reassignment.Miss ,
Mrs. George Yon and son, Ray-

K mond of Zellwood, are visiting Mrs.Yon's .
F. F. Veltri returned this week Lois Prince left' yesterdayfor
brother and sister-in-law: Mr.
{ from 'West Palm Beach where he :
West Palm Beach and after
J I and Mrs. John Kettl. a .......................... .... ... *.. .
i recently underwent an operation. brief visit' there will continue on to /NNNNNN:MN:NN: : : : : : : : : : : : : :NNNNN:NNNNNNN' :NNNNMNN:NNN: : :*: :** :*:9
tiy$ 'Mrs. W. M. Ballard of Gaines- Atlantic Beach, N. Car., for a vaca- Y i:
Mrs. R.:: J. Lee and children will tion visit with Mr., and
I Mrs. C. L.
leave Saturday for a'few .days. va- ville is here for a two weeks' visit Downs.Lt. :s: Notice To Voters i::
cation with her daughter, Mrs. C. N. \ V
at Juno Beach.
.. .to..;. Christian and Mr. Christian. Y
II and Mrs. Ed Ward returned :: Books and ::*
c Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Owens I II ; are open are T
4 r : visited a few days. this week from Jack Burkette and Jack. Keene of this week from Miami Beach :whereLt. :: at the City Hall. All who have not done Vy 3:
Camp Murphy ;" I Fort Myers and William ,Kaster of I II Ward reported: recently for reassignment _,

'-- I New York visited Mr. and Mrs. WilLiam and- will leave the latter -.:*: so are asked to register., The regular city :_
I Bolton last week.I part of the week for Camp Bland-
Miss Laura Mizelle of Miami spent i_: election for three commissioners will beheld T
I i -- ing where he will be stationed. Mrs.
last week-end
visiting here and In
:' 'i't7 r: Moore Haven." 4<..rf: $''*l*,.C; .,,'";'4 J I'l .- A.: McLeod is recuperating 'Ward Gainesville1 will! ""make Jier: :home In : in September 'and everyone ,should I:::

'.; !j I performed satisfactorily at from the Clewiston an; appendectomy Hospital I .::: '- :I i: qualify for' this election.
.Mrs. Walter
., B5 Brantley v>Jr.,. arrived
last Friday Oklahoma"City last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Austin and ........-...........-..... .... NN, N NNN, .
from 1,1 IN:M:NN, :NNNNINN:NNN, :-:N: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :NINININN:NNINN: : : :NINININIM:N:
daughters, Dorothy Anne and
to visit ,
Mr.- :and Mrs. :W. L.
-' Brantley, Sr., and to await -the ar- : Miss Mary Nell Christian, who ,is Gail, have purchased the home re- ,

rival of her husband, 1st Lt. Brant- I working in,West Palm Beach, was cently occupied by Mr. and Mrs. J.
home for the Fourth of ''July holi- F. Reahard and have moved herefrom
ley, from in
Germany a few weeks. I I
I It'
__ I day. 1 Fort' Pierce to make their Pasteurized MilK
i home. Mr. Austin is to manage the

! 1---1 new water system for the starch

: plant. And Cream
) I week to spend his leave with relatives -
here. ,Mrs. C. E. Nail returned Wednes-

day night from San Francisco; Cal., Now available to local patrons from your
I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Owens where she was with her ,husband,

;, I and son; Jimmy, of Tampa,. are the W-O Campbell E. Nail until his home dairy.
MATINEE 3 I*. M., :MTE 7-9 P.1i. guests of Mr. Owens' mother. Mrs. recent return to the Pacific area

Ruth B. Owens. with the Navy Sea-Bees. Mrs. R. Call 133 for Delivery Service. Daily Delivery
Beginning July 8th I __ '_ F. Buhr accompanied Mrs. Nail

E I. Mrs. Josephine Cason, Miss Evelyn home from California and will visit
Sun. & ,
; July 8 & 9
Lee and Miss Ruth Henderson spent here a few days before going on to
sm mm vx I I the week-end with friends in West her home in Bronxville, N. Y. I


f T --. Miss Laura Matteson left Tues- .
COLBERTMwMURRAY I Miss\ Alice Marie McCoy of Frank- day to spend a short vacation with

, fort, Ind., arrived Wednesday fori her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. A. H. King
L lf i a visit with Mr. and Mrs.' Richard Matteson, at Palm City. Mr. and
I j Yoder. Mrs. Matteson, former residents of
PICTURE i Clewiston, are celebrating their 60th

I Latest News i I Rev. H. C. Meador returned theI wedding anniversary on July 4th, . . . . . . . . .
i I I first of the week from Palatka and the occasion will also be a family ::::NNNN. :NNN. :.INNNNNNN. . :.INNNNNNNNNN. . . :NNNNNN. :. :NNN. :NNNNNNNN1111NNNNNNN. . :

Tues. & Wed., July 10 & 11 where he has been assisting for two : reunion with their two sons, who
Double (Feature I weeks with the conduct of a revival live in the north, and their daughters :: :

I meeting. Mrs. Montgomery of Stuart, and y
-- __ Miss y tt
.c'd: IuDY CJAK610.RSHAll1P,0.kPSOH Matteson present. y RADIO .:
j Mrs. R. J. Bestor and baby' daughter ? -

have gone to Jacksonville to DAXCE AND PARTY HELD

I join Major Bestor as soon as he is AT PILOT'S CLUB yIi

w HEHRi S1tPNlNSOH released on leave at Camp Blanding. \ --- _

''C' IaHE O: nT11 I He arrived in the States on July 3. A group of some fifty people,

OfITARHYTHMBOYS most of them Riddle Field em- Ii & Electric Service I
Miss Betty Rich Brockenbrough I ployees and their wives, celebratedthe
"A GUY A GAI -A PAL" and Buddy Brockenbrough of Fourth of July with a dance and

Romance and Fun I Gainesville, neice and nephew of I party at the Pilot's Club Wednesday .;. ,, ..
'I Mr. .and 'Mrs. C. N. Christian, are evening. .. .-

h Thurs. & Fri., 'July 12 & 13IMil here,for av:: couple of weeks visit. A four-piece orchestra played for i_:;;: Home and Auto Radio. Parts and Tubes .:*:. I
l dancing and an excellent spaghetti : :

SUS/INNI/ 1 j I Lt. Dan Beardsley, who is now supper prepared by Lawrence De-I:_;: For All Makes : .
{OSIER: at Greenville. S. Car., arrived Marco was enjoyed by the group. fy
1 home last Thursday night for Mr. DeMarco also favored with two i:i y

a TCwM/C6 oR i' a brief leave with his parents, Mr. solos during the evening. A : / -
GALE SONDERGAARO and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. i ty tap dance by John sPe'cial-//A
: finis'I JUKE VINCENT THOMAS also given.
; GOUU .

STOSSEl 1 group of girl friends at a dinner I ::IRS XOWLIXfi HOSTESS : t
Latest News party at her home Monday evening TO BRIDGE CLUB
:: Fluorescent Fixtures Wiring :;:
} Guests were Betty McDuffie Opal Lighting -

; ..1 Saturday, July 14 Yarborough and Betty Townsend. Mrs. R. C. Nowling was hostessto i
I her bridge club last week, at her :
"iolIn I Sgt. David Graves left Thursday', home. In the absence of three members GUARANTEED !j
, I 'flBB 'j for Miami Redistribution Center for Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. E. C.
' 'I reassignment after spending a thirty- Mills and Mrs. Larry Lee participated / *
f.t1ifllly l day leave here with his wife and : as guests. Regular members :;

-. !GORDON U6tH! PAlllilC'i OUYER :1JS baby. _, I present were Mrs. C.' L. McLendon, ..;*'. + GEO. WEAVER and T. J. CASON
I'\ Mrs.
Curtis Thompson, Mrs.
'IARiARA HAU R. M. *j*
DON DQUTASf ..... Sgt. and Mrs. Tom Malone spent' Hare, Jr., Mrs Joe Hall and Mrs. :s=, _
,\ MARVKI3aT;. .... the week-end with Mrs. Mal'one's ( V. C. Woodward. ._::: Telephone 163II :se :
j : parents in Lake City. Her sister, Following tlie games, Mrs. Now ::

I I .rI _, ., _._ __, Miss Betty Moree, returned with ing served frozen salad and a cool .:. ..:.i.NNINNNN ..
\ :, -' -- -'.' -' .- .-- I them to spend the summer. drink !I I.'; :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.IN, :..:..:..:...INNNNINN:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:MN, :..:N NNN, :NNH, :NN, :. 1
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Dumas Found InnkeeperTo

i, ,Gems of Thought nmJ.j1 Be an Appeaser ,

I '
'.- IS faith in something and Alexander Dumas, while travel- I
IT enthusiasm for somethingthat Reconversion No Great ing through England, stopped one 0 ,
makes a life worth'looking y r t ) night at a country inn for supper.

'at.-Oliver Wendell Holmes. Unfamiliar with the language, he Hot water is better, than cold to
Obstacle to IndustryMany tried to explain to the innkeeper soak dried fruit and requires only
It is better to appreciate I in hesitant English that he wanted half the time for soaking.If .
things we can't have, than to : some mushrooms served with his --e-

have things we can't appreciate. i meat. the contents of a tube of shaving -

.-Reeltopics. ; Factories Making Consumers Goods for Despite the dramatist's attempt, cream or tooth paste have,
: the latter did not understand. hardened hold the, tube under hot'
God hath chosen the foolish things Services Numerous Others to Require water for
; i a short time. This will
of the world to confound the wise; Finally in desperation, Dumas .
and God hath chosen the weak things Only Minor Changes. dAw a picture of 'a mushroom on soften the paste.
of the world to confound the things a slip of paper. With that the inn- -eTo -

which are mighty.-/ Corinthians, i keeper smiled, nodded his head repair a hole left in the walls,
", ByBAUKHAGE understandingly, and withdrew. by a nail, take equal parts of salt
1:27.Do I and starch, just enough to
what you- can with what News Analyst and Commentator. Several minutes later, he returned a good patching plaster. make\\

\, you have, where you are- WNU Service, Union Trust Building, erts, Washington found out about ,and offered Dumas a good- holes and they will be neatly covered they-
'I sized
today! Washington, D. C. Sherrill and gave him the challengeof umbrella. .
for use int motorized -
making a compass
Reconversion has begun and it
various kinds.
looks as if one prediction, made equipment r
How America's Unknown back when conversion had been ac- Sherrill went to work and producedhis '-i'. $t I
complished with many an ache models. The Carnegie Institute, SNAPPY FACTS M A.K E .mJ. Wi ,.: )'f>>MICE + J
Soldier Was SelectedOn the army engineers and the war
and would true. Then
.groan, college looked them over and put aid
'the experts predicted that reconver- CEAM'iAt 'I
October 22, 1921, an unidenti' sion would be easier than conversion. their okeh on them. The inventor
exhumed from each moved downstairs and took the I
fled body was RUBBER home-Any flavor-Delicious-Smooth
Eighty cent of the factories -
''of four American military ceme- per whole first floor of the building onPeru's -No ice crystals-No ook.ing-No re-
we are now told by officials of the The 20 men Whipping-No scorched flavor-Easy-
''teries in France, put in a new' department of will not public square. lnexpeniive-20 recipes: in each 154 pkg.
'plain casket and shipped to Cha- who had assembled the auto com- Please send this ad for free full-size sample I
have to do a major reconversion job. were increased to 125 workingat .offer, or buy from your grocer. 'I
lons-sur-Marne, where all four arrived passes I
This is largely because many indus- line. Synthetic rubber used in
the next afternoon and were a regular assembly as
tries now furnishing supplies to the rubber made B.'F. LoI1uoftiIErngBrand
gloves by I
:placed side by side in the city hall, Next'came a call from the Mari-
military will continue to manufacture'the Goodrich, is superior to'natural -
Collier's. That the time commission. A for Homemade Ice Cream
says night, cas- same supplies for civilians- compass rubber. The new "service
kets were rearranged in positionand clothing, food printing, electrical steel lifeboats was needed. Like the gloves" are impervious to STABiliZER I

their' transportation papers appliances-you can think of a whole tanks, too many had been left to strong soap, oils and'cleaning lONDONOEm- ....,
burned to destroy means of trac- lot of others yourself. 'It will be no wander on the high seas blind. Fur- fluids that deteriorate natural
On October ther inventive was requiredfor rubber.
ing cemetery origin. great problem for the makers of genius
'24, the selection of the Unknown this job for a steel lifeboat passes
such products to shift from one mar-
''Soldier was made by Sgt. Edward'F. much of its life on the, steel deckof Two synthetic rubber plants oper
ket to another-from Uncle Sam to
ated by The B. F. Goodrich Com-
Younger, who, 'after walking John Q. Consumer. a ship., A few months ago the panyhave produced 300,000,000

around the four biers several Some industries whose present new compass was approved and pro- pounds of synthetic rubber. This Is
;times, signified his historic choice final product differs considerablyfrom duction now under way. equivalent to the normal yield of Task

by placing a spray of white, roses the civilian goods they make Some day, of course, the last war 28,000,000 Far Eastern Rubber
on the second from the right. won't have such major difficulties order will arrive at the factory in trees, requiring the services of TeoD

Following the ceremony, the Unknown -, either. It will please the ladies to Peru, but because of the war-stimu 79,000 natives for the same periodof
time the plants have been
soldier was transferred lated ingenuity of one man, a prod- In.
learn that even the folks who have operation. The two plants employ
i secretly to a new casket, and the, been making parachutes will have uct has been ,created, the demandfor about 1,200 men and women.
'body of one of the other three sol- little or no trouble changing backto which will continue for such war .,

'!diers'was placed in his old one, so stockings. The nylon people sim- machines as are still needed plus a ,

|that its burial would obliterate thejlast ply have to change spools. demand for civilian use which will 4247oI'
possible clue to the identification : restrictions
There are a number of other pre- ,return the moment on
of the soldier.WORUS dictions concerning the future of motor travel and, transportation are

I businesses, big and little, and one over In addition, I understand fromSherrill D
of them is, that 40 per cent of the a new hearing-aid is in the "v gi1t1 .jTh

StJse h industries, although they won't do making. NW tr;>l>W iVi1iM: I

N JI the business they are doing today War a Spur to : tt \ % i; % '
with Uncle Sam as a customer, will
LARGEST SELLER have a bigger demand to meet than Many EntrepreneursTo ,

they had in the boom year of 1929. reconvert to the manufactureof

I And this condition will continue, say I civilian, products, no change of
I the prophets of profits, for two or : machinery or assembly line nor I
three years on ,the impetus of the :
any retooling will be necessary at II
present pent-up buying power of ; the Sh rrill' factory. Nor will the Grains Are Great Foods" I

I I I the nation. If we keep our heads i 'number of employees have to be re I
meanwhile, there is no reason why I duced.Of .

l I I 'the period of prosperity cannot be'' course, not many inventors are nearly Kellogg all the Corn protective Flakes bring food you elements
extended.But .
endowed with enough business senseto of the whole grain declared
,what about the other types of run plants of their own. Sherrill essential to human nutrition. I

,. I Enjoy the feeling of energetic well- business which were expanded by appears to be an exception. Whenhe
( being! Take good-tasting Scott'a war demands for products which I
got his first army order, he was I' t t CSIZE
Emulsion right away if you feel won't have any civilian market?
asked when he could deliver
tired,rundown,unable to throw off f.f
I 'worrisomesummercolds-because Well, our American business inge- many compasses. He named the fig- M5 I
I \ your diet lacks natural A&D Vitamins nuity and our native mechanical in- ure and the day and what is more T PETROLEUM LWuJSufIi'A

I I)I oils! and Scott's energy-building helps build,natural energy ventive genius, they tell us, are going he lived up to his promise, which :' I :
to step into the picture again. R2Ar'r.
stamina resistance. Buy todayl was more than many manufacturerswith '
Then there' will be the natural evo- less foresight and more unfore- Ir. I

lution which will eliminate the be- seen hurdles have been able to do. ?

low-average business man and es- There are other inventors and oth-

tablish a survival of the fittest. er business men who, like Sherrill, FOI Nun ACIES III rillS If

Yankee IngenuityTo have received from war demandsthe ,,t, RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
which will them j
stimulation push t
I MALARIA the Fore ahead and carry them through the

What started me off on this topic breakers of reconversion. Sherrill

CHECKED t IN 7 DAYS WITH was a typical example of how this himself has no technical education.He .
calls himself a graduate from a
LIQUIDorMALARIAL inventive genius, stimulated by war
demands, has laid the foundation junkpile. But he can talk with the
SYMPTOMS i for ,turning what started as a little scientists and the experts and, whatis -,

*Take only as directed two-room factory into a big small more, he makes the pictures he I Urge Bottlcll IIID! 'l2-Small Size 60
town business. The man with the draws on his drawing board, some- *CWIOI: BSE OUT IS IIIICTED
inventive genius is a frequent Wash- times in the small hours in pajamasand j IT III CODa DftOC SHIES if IT Mill 11 ticiifl il trim i iI
iMclEll BIBQ CO. lot. jmtOlllllt 4, FIOIIIANTISEPTIC I ,
ington visitor these days. His name slippers, !
is Burl E.. Sherrill. The name of He has the typical American in-

Take B-Lfar the town is Peru, Ind., population genuity shared by thousands of oth-
13,000. Sherrill is a modest Hoosier ers who helped win the war for us

genius in his forties who managedto and who will keep us from losing the J I I"I II
WED. THURS. FRI. SAT.1715a .
make a living from tinkering and peace. .' I I m.(CWT):8:15 *.m. (EWT)
selling the patents on the gadgetshe I SUNDAY
CONSTIPATIONNo invented Then one day he made Recently a listener wrote in witha 8:15 a.m.(CWT):9:15: *.m.(EWT) 'O I

something he liked so well he didn't suggestion that a fitting memorialfor Your Favorite CBS Station

want to part with the idea behind it, the late President Roosevelt
matter how many medicinesyou so he decided to manufacture it him- could be provided in a manner which

have tried for constipation, self. It was a popular-priced: mag- would aid the bond drive. She sug- OIL 1
'4--- '-*- 5 V b- -y -
we urge you to try B-L with the netic compass for use in steel- gested that "if bonds were contrib-

understanding that B-L must bodied automobiles and trucks. uted for a memorial commensurate :

bring you excellent results or Sherrill rented three offices righton with our sorrow and regret, by the ))
your money back. Caution:' Use time these bonds matured wouldbe 4
only as directed. the public square of Peru, turned we FlIES'rerBRNI6HT '
them into his factory and startedout. able to buy the most magnif- n of

Soon he began toexpand, push- icent memorial in the world in honorof 'rG. !

FAST RELIEFFrom ing lawyers, doctors, real estate men our greatest President."
out of the way. But' I am getting Then she concludes: "I am one of '

ahead of my story. the many 'little people' who would 4 LOWER WINDOW
Too Frequent Urination, Sherrill was a born inventor, although gladly contribute a small bond now, SHADES'NEARLY TO

Backache, Run-Down Feelingdue he didn't realize it and start- but may not be able to give anything THE SILL. PLAC6TANGLEFOOT
ed off to study law. After two yearsat later." '

to irritation of the bladder the University of Chicago he The psychology of that suggestionis RY PAPER'WHERE
found that his hunger for the law interesting. Regardless of what EARLY MORNING
caused by in the urine _
his the of fund might be whata
was appeased, hunger for three purpose a ,
famous doctor's discovery act on the meals a day was not. He went to splendid way of raising it' and thus IS YOUR BARN A HOSPITAL? TO IT.WORKS. rues .
kidneys and helps keep you from getting work managing a little neighborhoodshoe achieving exactly what the govern- LIKE e .,
up Are nights you suffering; unnecessary discom- store in Chicago. This gave I ment wishes to ,achieve by the sale i It's only fair to your livestock A CHARM
fort and distress from backache burning ;him a chance to tinker in the kitch- of bonds: the double purpose of securing f to keep tlme tested Dr.Potter'sAntiseptic
urine frequent desire to water? Oil on hand always
Getting up often at night? These symptoms en-laboratory in his flat: Then he cash to defray war expenses '
it-In barn, emergency -
may be caused'by bladder irritationdue got a chance at'a job back in In- and also reducing the amount of inflationary your !
to excess acid in the urine. Then try use.Remember,even minor inI .
'. that famous doctor's discovery -DR. diana-repairing radios in Peru. pocket-money. juries can become serious Infection T ANGLEFOOT
KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT. This gave him lots of opportunity to 'It struck me as such a good idea sources if neglected I
a carefully Famous for blended many combination years. Swamp of Root herbs I*, tinker and he patented inventionsand that I sent it along to Ted Gamble Soothes aids natural healing. J

roots, balsam and other natural ingre sold them, which bolstered his who is in charge of such matters in I Chances are your veterinarian tt' the old reliable that never fails.i
dients.habit There's-forming absolutely in this scientific nothing prepara harshor income considerably. Finally he connection with the Seventh War [uses it. Nothing like it for minor P Economical, not rationed. For tale at''
tion. Just good ingredients that quicklyact evolved the compass which he loan. Next to making suggestionsfor burns bruises,cuts,saddle f hardware, drug and grocery store
urine on and the kidneys relieve bladder to increase irritation the flow and of wouldn't part with. He was able to selling bonds I suppose one of 1 and collar sores etc. Use only CATCHES THE OF.RMAS WELL AS THE

its uncomfortable distressing symptoms. hire a small staff of workersthencame the best things one can do is buy I: as directed. ,

You'11!say its marvelous effect is wonderful the war and no more civilian them. Of course if everybody fol- -"" $..->....".... I"l.r
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Send for free prepaid sample TODAYt autos. lowed that horse-sense plan and 1!;:1J},:-'r <;5h'

Like that you thousands did. Send of others name and you'll address be glad to But there were lots military ve- bought, simply for the security of .T .''t( !;'j ;;,;;:;!c.'JiJi.i ..-
Department F, Kilmer & Co..' Inc. Box hicles and after our blind tanks had their own future, the treasury l ) tiTHE .....
1255 Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Sendat lost themselves in the African des- wouldn't need any suggestions, TANGLEFOOT COMPANY.G.nd; Rapid 4,Mitt.
once AH{ druggists icU Swamp Root.

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FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1945:: ,

through August 31; Dl through HI essential users-no longer holds mounting and demounting of tire and

..'"...',......., '- -.--.-- .',' ", .;"! <. ,." ',:.-;1 good through September 30; Jl true. Many of these _cars have been I tube from wheel, and road ,servicefor
", through N1 goo'd'through October driven by public officials, doctors emergency repair Jobs involving' ,
: 31st.. and war workers who travel long I tube repairs..
\ SUGAR distances, and, consequently, the cars y
I: } Stamp? No. 36 good through August have had more mileage and more I .
J 31. I hard usage than some earlier models
FUEL OIL that have been driven fewer miles. j .
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'. : Period 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 coupons Therefore, continued rationing is I'
:'" ... {j good for 'ten gallons per unit, continue unnecessary. OPA said. i
IIz. ..
r' .. ';.; valid throughout the countryfor The four percent decrease on
j : the rest of the heating year. New passenger car ceiling prices, used II Madam La Rosa '

'.- 1 period 1 coupon in the 1945-46 rat- uled for July 1, will not affect the )
I'r ..g-i,. ion may be used any time after June warranty allowance when this allowance -I PALMIST ., l
L t w5 1.
amounts to $100 or less,
SHOES OPA said. The July 1 reduction,I M DABS EXPERIENCE ;
: .,: I n y .. s N/ +h kI Airplane stamps Nos. 1, 2, 3, in announced June 7, is the first of
1 Book Three continue valid indefini- series of four percent reductions a'i u Cottr
, tely. be made once each half year, reflecting troub
A'' I1I normal depreciation in value, "b, N
OEA explained. fall <. N.
Point values for margarine and
r FRANK AND GLADYS LtftDIER: canned fish will be increased, pointsfor REPAIR ADDED yon sad t.
cheese will be reduced, and the CAN BE toted q..,
, : :.: Who will conduct a series of revival services at the Assembly ofI' point values of nearly all meats will Service stations and other tire soma
". God Church In, South Clewiston beginning Sunday night and continuing be unchanged during the rationing. repair shops that are prevented from

I'\ through July 22. Both are talented musicians.Too period beginning July 1 and ending, making additional charges for extra Ko on* IB to.bI. ft".

..' A July 28, OPA said. The point valueof services connected with tube repair row band wfclt....*. u .*14.... ...
butter will remain unchanged.A jobs only may now apply for per-I

:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.(..:..:..:..:..:..:.(M)\I must two point increase in the mar- mission to make additional charges, NEAR CORNER STORE
: '| Have equal representation garine point value, from 12 pointsto OPA announced. This action, effective -I
.. With solons there from everywhere June 30, 1945 South Clewiston
14 points a pound, is necessary applies to such I
Late To Classify I On a basis of population. because of the decreased supply and service as pick-up and delivery,'I I

to improve distributon. Rationed ---- ---
s; By RUSSELL KAY I But the dang,wool-hat gang, don't give a canned fish, with present point C-"-:":"!K"J":*J":":":":":"!"J"M":":":":":":,,:..:,,:":":":":":": :":":":..:'.:'.:":":..:":":":":":":":.:..:......:,

1Z' (N:N:N:M:N:..:N:..:..:NS,::N..:..:..:..:N.N MN N:N...:..:..j I For So the they South know can they've yell got and control scream, values points a ranging pound, will from be four'increased to nine two
like hell and three points a pound, dependingupon I South Clewiston Service I.y I.
(With humble apologies to Robert But' it sure' won't change the roll. the kind, because of reduced
z' W. Service) supplies for civilians.
So they sweat it out, as they talk and

the North countree is a hard I With a righteous indignation, OARS :;: For Quality Repairs :
And the people pay for each new
; countree y. '
S ?
Used 1942 automobiles was removed 0 .
L That mothers a sturdy brood; day from rationing on July 2, :::: PARTS ACCESSORIES :(
And its red clay arms' hold hidden Of worthless conversation.
1945, OPA announced. The prin- oi. ..

charms Oh the wonder is and the pity is cipal reason for the rationing of :i: BODY REPAIRS and PAINTING :
That foster many a feud.
used 1942 cars-that they the
That this nonsense has to be, y ?
And strong men rust. for. the tax- best automobiles, in the ::
take lust But we've_ got to pay so the wise- aside from the new 1942 country cars in ;X i; MOTOR SERVICE ;:

That sears the Northern soul, guys say stock and should be
But. they're not to blame, for they If we want a democracy. so restricted toM I ': :":":":":":":"j"J !"M":":":::":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":':":":":":":":":":":":":":":":")
Now the cockroach crowd are stern rwwww _nnr.nra..rw.ww ww..r
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'y play the game
.y;'. With the edge and an ace in the hole. and proud I I I "
And they swear they won't give in, \
Now the law speaks plain but it While the termites shout, "We'll I I
speaks in vain stick it out !

On the subject of give and take, And eventually we'll win." i t

But for twenty years of laughs and ,
So they irritate the whole blamed J

I? The jeers Southland has had no break. I State iJ1IIHllIfl H

And the law is just, for ,it says 'we I As they fuss and fume and fiddle
i*"* And each delay spreads new dismay
.' .. And fails to solve the riddle.
: I With tempers short, each sharp re ,
toreArouses .
1-' : =

......... greater feelingTo
I '; split the State with soothing hate t
That won't be easy healing.
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CCatt1LiI1t .* 4 Thus fears all our years of hopes and I tI.J.T I1 I !

;.,' In building this great State,
Are cast aside for sectional pride,
As we foster more debate.
Why must we make' this sad mis- I t

This 'monumental blunder? !
Ili 1 t
Must selfish pride, all wisdom hide I It

lAnd tear the State asunder? Ii i I

,. Oh the North countree is a hard
countree t I IVu I I l ;

That mothers a sturdy brood; 1
gars Iuwt InSlJllld daft And its red clay arms, hold hidden ,, I 1

p/od ettIz Ii k4a1 lLWt charms I Ii
: That foster many a feud. : \k'S -, ,
"- I And strong men rust, for the tax-

when your I take lust, / t:<:. .!; ;

.'. That sears the Northern soul. ,.. ",....., ,.,,,:,.'.0' .' ,',,' / I
work here..helping I :>; *;' ;;; I
savings, But they're not to blame for they '.1.i' 'S'' : IJ:'
I play the game '_'.7 YI.K 4 [: ,;. .. ; ."'"' J
local, responsible families With the edge and an ace in the hole. -.1 ''\. C'-, "..... _._... 14 4S'tuemeie .'"'.' -.:.-..II.'n.:" ,,,J< t.
- _' ,_ ':': :': I ....;,1f,. ,:.:.:: : 1
awn their own homes Ask ",: .', ', =
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for complete informaClewiston RATIO"NINGCALENDAR :" .
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..,,, --.' ON OUR I
f.' :
Red StampsK2 ..

Federal through P2 good through ," .
July 31;' Q2 through U2 good I

through August '31; V2 through 'Z2 : ..,::. 1924, was not so long ago, measured in years. Bat by the old yardstick I IJ '
I good through September 30 Al .
I Savings and LoanAssociation through El good through October; ;: of growth and progress it seems a great deal longer for Florida Motor Lines. I
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31. ?;t Many improvements hare been made since our humble beginning twenty- .
; Blue StampsT2 .; one years ago. These have been dramatic _years too, in a changing world. ;
through X2 good through
July 31; Y2, Z2, Al, Bl, Cl good It would be natural, perhaps, for Florida Motor Lines to pause here t I;

------ ----------- ,;i. rest a bit on her oars and recount some, of her many worthwhile acc m1' ft

,.;1' plishments. Certainly we have grown in magnitude of operations and service '

Ir and most happily in public esteem. However, one of the obligations r '" ( r

,T-;" of leadership and success is constant'striving. I .I
Flamingo Brand ,.".\+'

+ On the occasion of this 21st anniversary Florida Motor Lines is not content. \

:,.'. : to keep step-to move apace. Florida Motor Lines is going right ahead, ,

DAIRY FEED: trying always to make our service to you A BETTER SERVICE. \ i I

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..,i Roughage and Concentrated- Feeds .:'''::.' ,: :;. MIAMI BEACH BUS DEPOT 538 WASHINGTON AVE. PHONE 5.1812 /, .

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roads placed on this federal aid I 1\1. H..r;............__ 2 4
Softball : I Francis
.New Lock Is- secondary system will be eligible for League; 'i, B.;' G. Guards. .............._........ 2 4'Clewiston P. Whitehair

federal aid up to 50 per cent and I ..... ...........__......_...... 1 4 Military Gov. In Saipan
Contlmod from I'nee 4) -
(Continued front Page' 1) the State will put up another 50 per': .j: I
by commercial freight lines would cent where county surplus funds are Riddle Flyers G, IJ. G. Gels. 12 | TEAM BATTING i
I I back from their double 1 DeLAND, July 5-FNS-Word ,, .
result in greatly decreased freight not available at this time., Bouncing Ab H Ave.
rates to all of south Florida) from Practically every road in your I loss, the Flyers bunched 5 hits *o C. H. S. I 159 37 .233' was received here recently that .
the other common carriers and ,that county that is of any importancehas I[ lick a gallant Guard team by, the U. S. S. C. 121. 27 .223 Francis Whitehair, former prom-
heavy freight could be more econ been designated by the State score of 6-2. Gamble of the Flyers 1\1. Haven 135 29 .215 Inent'attorney and one time candi-
his team out of some B. G Guards date for Governor of Florida, now a
omically moved into and out of the Legislature as a State road. A. number pitched 192 40 .208
area by boat than in-any other man- of these roads have not been tough spots and was bothered by on- Riddle P. 193 39 .202 Lieut. Commander, is'no'w servingas
I constructed or may need to be reconstructed -, ly two Guards, Myernic and Hardagewho Clew. Guards 152 25 ,164 Naval Military Governor of Sai-
ner.The 'out both banged out '2 safties each. Clewiston 90 13 pan.
LaBelle group brought and can be placed in the J' ,144I
that'this area.is'nof at present serv- secondary system. However, should I Derkman of the Flyers played expert -|I -- I ---
,ed by any rail Tine, making 'a com- you have some county road that has I ball by killing every line drive ]I LEADING 'HITTERS'Ab I
mercial boat line more than' ever not been designated as a State Road hit to left field, some of which were : H. Ave. ...............

necessary. and you feel there Is sufficient traffic labelled hits. EI I1234367H. |' Ward", S.C. 10 5 .500 The WINDSOR "" '

Horace .'\.J3estorb engineer for the on this road, the state road department H Kennedy, M. H. 13 6 .462 HOLLYWOOD BEACH. ROtItOA
United States Sugar Corporation, will be glad to give It con- B. G. Gds. 0 1 1 0 000 2 6" 4 Young, H. S. 10 4 .400 : wins 1.0. can NOW RCATUM.M Mm. Mel...NIY*. .. ,
stressed 'the need, for' water 'conservation sideration.. Riddle F. 005001X6 5 3 Harbin, H; S. 15 6 .400 : I"cu, "Tit ... MMR!' _
lake level, stating Batteries: Capo and Hardage; I
Hardie, Gds.
and a higher I We desire to have this informa- 16 6 .376 |AM* MMtV4TMiBBBBBBBBBBBBBlH
that'all dreams. of the potentialities : tion from you not later than June Gamble and Waters. 'I Hare, S. C. ..14 5,357'xPape :' I. .. s .. i I..... ...n....

of, the ,Everglades would come '20. Your cooperation will be greatly H. S. 17 .'6.. .353'
to nothing unless some heed were appreciated." The board will j Clew. Gds. 3, M. H. Tigers 2 I! .. ..:
conservation and an from behind in' the 4th.
to'water> Coming "
paid meet again to pass on recommendations .I.
intelligent plan .worked .out for get made by the committee. 1 inning the Guards took advantage o'f., .
ting;, rid of surplus! waters In times A. J. Evers will purchase the an error of Pridgen, 2nd basemanof i .',
of heavy rainfall. lights needed on the Fort Denaud the Tigers, and rallied to, score 3 '
R. Y.: Patterson, traffic managerfor bridge across the Caloosahatchee I j runs, and take a '*close 3-2 victory If You: 'Wish
the United States, .Sugar Corporation river to meet requirements as laid from. the Tigers. Spudic,: pitching ,
stated that. a. .contract was down by Lt. Comdr. L. ,1. Reilly, I a',wt slippery, ball kept the Guards '
let by the, company at one time to USCG. He requests that red' and I ins the hole constantly by walking GUARANTEED'i
"brhrg sugar bags to the plant hereby green lanterns be installed. at each 8 ,men but ,came through in the :,
barge but insufficient water made end of the span .and on: the .side of I pinches and struck out 5 batters. I ,. **
It impossible for thecontractor to the bridge which is along the chani i Farnam,. pitching with his usual ex-: Automotive Repair Service

fulfil his contract. He urged .a I nel edge when bridge is'open, and cellent control, limited the Guards,
much deeper, channel, as deep AS that 4 protection pier red lights be to '4 hits and didn't give up a base Machine Worl -.
fourteen feet, in order to obtain full placed at each free end as low as on balls. Tom Baumane of the
use of water transportation. for heavy practicable. All lights should' be I Tigers: made the. biggest noise at bat *Painting and Body Repair Service: +
freight. I provided with Fresnel lenses. Installation by collecting 2 'for 2. ,

A railroad' delegation, Headed by should be as soon as pos- 123'4v,67It;: H E Genuine Ford Repair Parts ,- '. ...
C. F.. Thiebold, of Wilmington, N. C., sible. M. H. 20000002 3 1
argument against Guards 000300X3' 4 1 i' :. .. '
presented a strong Minutes of the meeting will be '
deepening the present waterway. submitted for publication in nextweek's Batteries: Farnam and Ball ,,'?. ,.,.' J;:'T.. SEE.
Mr. "Thiebold said he represented the Spudic and Kentecki.
edition of the News by Wil-
American Association of Railroadsand liam T. Hull, secretary of the county .. H NDRyCOUNTY MOTORS
was present represent the board. LEAGUE STANDINGS
three main Florida carriers, the At- W. L.:

lantic Coast Line, the Seaboard and Buy share of bonds every U. S. S. C. .......................:....... 6< 1 I Ford Sales and Service:
the Florida East Coast. moveme-nts He, ched''a pay day so that can you can say that C. H. S. _..............__............... 4 2 I PHONE '93' CLEW STON. FLORIDA
breakdown of boat you did your part toward licking R. F. ,....................__................ 4: 3
through the present waterway ,and those slant-eyed Japs. C. Guards ..............................' 3 3 I I. _
-said that the low record of freight I
shipments in the. past did not indicate r. -. ,
any greater movement in the \..,-rT.." ', .... : .,

future over a deepened waterwayand
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'use'of that government the railroads funds protested for the improvement the- ,.y'rJ"tx&r.,. ; : :.: :. t' : .'.", f-.;: : ,.; ",I. ; :.:._ ?d:: 1: 'ii: ;, .

of waterways ''which ; .. :- ";..
would have no commercial use. ; ih' :

Col. Jones said that the testi- .7 ;(jd, \ }; i ); : : '

mony taken at the hearing was \ >t:1, '/j .1 ..t' I 'YOUR HOTEL't'it":
principally;; to furnish leads for a ,-. t ,n.Ifl'" ,
thorough !investigation of the possi-I I r 1 ,; j
bilities of a deeper waterway. An i
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eight-foot depth has already been ,.. .! RUNNING' ,'[. ::fTEMPERATURE
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authorized by Congress but the ma- ; .. 1 '5
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jority of those attending the hearing .
f.{.Or. : ,--aif" .t.r. ,,
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correspond held out for with twelve-foot the depth of depthto the t : :-'f-; A ?- .. j.,. /t't'W : -

Intercoastal waterways.In ..." ..,.'. ,. '_, .. '..,,} I' ,
commenting on a proposed \

eighteen or nineteen foot level for

Lake Okeechobee which was recommended -
by rpresentatives from all -. 'r; ; : -. : "a ::1'
areas, Col. Jones indicated that ,the : : ::: :> ; : ; ;
present levee was constructed to % R, d, ;3 y ; } >.! : t; ; t i'fF .

provide safety from water at a seven- :; ..
teen-foot maximum level and thatif c\l\ Veteran hotel 1 for terrific M.
this level were raised it would t operators are preparing ;{ t :: j
-probably mean that additional funds ray competition In South Florida after the war. Habits ( \ ::" .
would have to be appropriated for 4; established in wartime' will stretch the "season" .' i;, '

raising the levee an additional one f A H w .y, over the entire year and Air i.::' ..;,{
two feet.Assisting.
or : u ,
: i Conditioned hotels will win the >
Col. Jones in the' '
con- }
'duct of the hearing were George T. _' bulk of the business, especially :, :'.:'

Augur and Gordon S. Mobley, form-' ; %'g \ $ <"g during the warmer months. i ..... .; :
erly of Clewiston, Leo Burnett, Miss ''. .
Elizabeth Johnson and Miss Vivian r Belcher consultants remind ..i'
you :
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all ..
Phillips, from the district office .
that Air Conditioning must be .
in Jacksonville and George ,
Coslow .' planned to fit individual !' : -:';- :: :. )
head of the Miami Engineer ., your '!

.office. / -:,: .< hotel for maximum efficiency, i.. >:,: '. .

1945 Tax Roll- lowest possible operating costs and ; .'"II:: :,.,, ;
lasting servIce. l' :

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federal Aid System. &9: Come in now with your architect I

Congress; has passed 'an act'?allocating t 1 Y or consulting engineer to talk over : ': .,'

million dollars to the states for five three hundred' ,' k w., your postwar Air Conditioning ..: :,'
a year yearsor '
.. .with Belcher's Air .
plans ;:
a total of one billion five hun- : I Iy'

area r.ii Ili on. Of this amount Flor ; ,,: Conditioning specialists. ; .. : i
ida receives approximatel" seven ., j2 I ;:"J

million million, two ach year.million Of one this hundred seven I aNom.. By making' your deposit now, you ; 'f'-; ':'::' ..
; :,
sixty-eight thousand and eighty-nine : \ are assured priority delivery of ) \-;-': .

dollars are Federal participation, in ,' : 4 r y p > Carrier Air Conditioning as soon ':--'

'matched secondary roads. -This amount I F? ; as possible after Victory. Carrier I ... -..:. .
for a period of three
years -
' is the which provides clean I ,
totals a. little, over, thirteen million I h system ,

dollars .to 'be spent on the Federal' ? 4&; !1t? j V. ,evenly distributed draughtless air ,
Aid Secondary system in this state ? /t .4i : + '7 '""o/ precisely controlled humidity ;,!
which 'soon'will be finally'adopted '
iI c id"mperature : day in and ',;
'an'd.'approved. I am satisfied there .

''will be additional funds made available p //i't\ % \ day out, summer and.winter! t.J. j .;,
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each year by Congress for the 'N ( ' ":,J._V. ., .!
development and construction 'of '
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Secondary roads which will give the '
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State of Florida a completed secondary f--, y .
system within a reasonable period ,. "',:, '

. of time '.- : Is your hotel as cool antI'comfortable as would ." .1'.1'i '
For the above reason, I desire to you
obtain from you, as chairman of :' like .i it? Do you pine for January weather in July? !
your 'board of county commissioners
: In no other business' is Air ;
vital .
a list of roads, approximately ;: Conditioning so 1

100 miles, in .order of priority of ../ as in the hotel field. Modern Air Conditioning, ADfolaionof ,

construction which you feel should .> engineered to lowest Belcher: Oil CompanyESTABLISHED '
. 'be placed on Federal Aid Secondary' operate at possible cost, is .' .

as it affects your county. Your a "must" on every forward-looking hotel man's :'\. :, !
recommendations will greatly 'assist 1915
the State Road Department in finally postwar program. MIAMI AND PORT EVERGLADES FLORIDA '

determining the secondary road !

system in your county. In making Sole Distributors in South Florida oj Carr"Jer Air Conditioning and Refrigeration ",
your recommendation to the State ':

Road Department, please place on !

feel this will list only serve those your roads county which best. The von I:I II 1t !!6 I&\J fiXl ::1f ..t TB ursdi y${::,6V 3 Qp; :! fo.. '? ,O_...p mov'_ ': .-r"WIO' : / i

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