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 13, 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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Lake Alfred Camp Heaviest Rain Of

I( FELT MORE IN FALL I ,Rev. David C. Hancock and the HAVE PLYMOUTH- Year On ThursdayThe OPEN; BARRACKSTO

IS BELIEF OF MORANJay High group people Presbyterian of who Community attended Camp Church the at Junior young Lake I CHRYSLER AGENCYGeorge Sugar Townsite Corporation gauge recorded of 'the U.2.60 S. BE RAZED SOON

inches of rain Thursday afternoonfor _
Alfred from June 30 to July 7 re- J
W. Moran, vice president turned home Saturday night. Rev. Beck, operator of the Sin- the heaviest rain so far this year. The two new boarding houses
United States Sugar Corporation, Hancock was the director of the clair Service Station, announces this The gauge::' at the Laboratory recorded which were; constructed by the
said this week that the sugar short- camp for the second year. I week that he has obtained the deal- 2.90 inches and one report, not Clewiston Realty Corporation on
; age on civilian markets of the United Recreational periods were interspersed er's franchise for Plymouth and official, is that four inches of rain Pacific Avenue to provide accom-
States "is just beginning." with work on various hob- Chrysler products in the Clewistonarea fell at Riddle Field. modations for single men employedby
The real pinch in the sugar supply, bies, a four section Bible course, five and has already made plans for Most of the heavy fall came about the United States Sugar Corporation -
he said, will be felt during the fall' classes in Christian, outreach and the erection of a building so that he four o'clock and although the drizzle were opened July 1 under the
,and winter., interesting talks by Dr. Hyman L. may begin selling cars as soon as continued for several hours the management of Mrs. W. A. Davis. A
of Came- available. greater 'part of the water fell in less number of occupants are already re-
However, Moran set at rest :reports Weber, camp missionary they are
that the federal government I roon, Africa. A mimeographed book- Mr. Beck has been working for than hour, converting lawns into ported.
r'1 -was holding back large stores of let, "The Christian Outreach", gave some time to obtain this dealershipand lakes and streets into streams for a The houses were constructed by
refined sugar in manufacturers' an interesting resume of the' work negotiations were opened sew short time. Bishop-Wilson Lumber Company and
warehouses, not using it.for the done. eral weeks ago.. It was not until This rain will overcome the slight are of frame construction with as
.armed forces but keeping it off the Children attending from Clewiston this week, ,however, that all papers deficiency of .339 shown on Wednes- bestos-cement siding. Each is a
.grocery store counters. were: Jeanne Bartz, John P. Bartz, weresigned 'and the new business day and will reduce the annual deficiency two-story structure with sixteen
.' "We are moving our sugar rapidly Bobby Berner, Betty Coleman, James assured. to date almost to ten inches. rooms, a spacious lounge, dining
into the proper marketing channels Johnson, Solon Mills. Charles Miner Several' thousand dollars worth of --- room and kitchen. The south build-
military and civilian," Moran Rachel Miner and Ann Prewitt. Plymouth and Chrysler parts will ing will be known as The Oaks and
",', :said. "There is nothing, to those be received very shortly and the Softball League the north ,one 'The Laurel. The '
rumors." erection of a building .will' be Laurel faces on Trinidad Avenue and
Donald Foltz Guest
Moran said the 1944-45 weather started as quickly as possible in or- The Oaks on Ventura but an end
r conditions were responsible to a large Speaker At KiwanisDonald der to provide storage for these Harben Pitches Xo Hitter entrance is provided to Pacific Ave-
degree for the decline in the amountof parts.., Since the government will The great dream of all pitchershas nue on the east. this being the high-
sugar available for civilian con- only permit construction of, a build- come to little Frank Harben a way to the sugar house.
':sumers. Foltz, nephew of Mr. and ing costing $5,000 or less, Mr. Beckis 'With
i no hit, no run ball game. To pitcha the opening of these two
down Mrs. G.. H. Brown, who has been planning to build a sales room and houses
"The Cuban production was no hitter against a team of kids boarding it is- expected that
from 1,500,000 to '1,600",000: tons, visiting in this city for the past few offices with plans to add a repair isn't much of a feat but for a 15- the razing of the oldest Barracks
because of drouth," he said, "and the! days spoke the local Kiwanis I shop later. The building will go up year-old kid ,to go out and pull the structure will be started at once.
r. same thing is true of the PueitO Club at its meeting Wednesday just east of his, service station. trick against a group of grown, experienced This is the south building of the
,Rican crop. Moreover, the sugar night. blal players is somethingto two Barracks structures and is being
'}beet yield was substantially under Mr. Foltz, who is 'in his junior: Legion Discusses crow about. Many experts agree removed because it is in the way of
previous seasons. year at Purdue University, in Lafayette I that no hitters are 'accidental to a the water plant at the new starch
"The Hawaiian production Indiana, humorously described -,, Hiring Of Service: pitcher but I believe that all who I mill. It has already been evacuatedand
1 fairly well, but the military situa-I I his "thumb travels," i.e.j i witnessed,,the game will agree with all tenants have been moved
tion there cuts down on thp mount hitchhiking, in various sections, of i 1 Officer For County me in saying that Harben's pitchingwas either into the other Borracks-or

I of sugar: available: f* -.__ __nent. tIle country. Covering a distance of,I superb. Records show that into the two new boarding houses.
I 'There has sugar available 6000 miles in twenty-seven days he '' The lumber from the
been no ; Clewiston Post No. ..93, American)! the remaining 46 were strikes or razing of the
naturally, from the Philippines. for travelled through the west and Legion, held its monthly meeting '7 innings, only 26 being balls and building will be stored for future .
several years. southwest, and took in Yellowstone, Tuesday night at the Inn and the ; the remainding 46 were strikes or construction use.
t "With great amounts of: sugar ,required -: National Park, Grand Canyon, and principal discussion of the evening( pitches that could and were hit. ,I j The Barracks.structure to be raz-
: by the lend-lease program; other points of. interest. j was the hiring of a service officerto I' Farnam held the-H. S. to 2 hits and ed was built in 1928 at the'same time
the supply ,situation is pretty tight With an agricultural scholarship at handle this work in the entire no runs'' up to the 7th inning when the sugar house was built. The
Bright now and will become more. Purdue, he is one of the forty-five1 I county., I Baker and Pape singled followed by other structure was created a year
j" ': acute as the year ,goes 'on." young: men in this country, who are I I After considerable discussion it!I Harben's blistering single that scored later._
t V The season for the United States sponsored by the Farina: Grain Mill, was decided that a ,committee from Baker and put the skids to the i) In addition to her work as man-
i., Sugar Corporation's processing St. Louis, Mo., 'for? study and obser-, the Clewiston post should meet witha Tigers. j, ager of the new boarding houses
'operations here begins about October vation at their mills. committee from the LaBelle postto 1234567>> H Ej, Mrs. Davis will continue to manage
and continues until May, while Move Bishop, of..'Miami, ,was the 'study the matter and attempt to M.. ,H, 00000000 0 1 the Barracks as in, the past. .
Xouisinna's cane Jfs',_harv< j.between onlyvisitor, at't "-.nilfi.: g.. _;: work out details of a plan, their ,C.'H.. S. 0 0 O-'&*' "'0'0"1' 5 1 : J.
October and January.: Cuba's (y findings to be reported to a future I Batteries: Farnam and Ball; Har- Lake Harbor To Get
extends from'about '
; season January
-11 Midsummer Dance v meeting. Two members the Clew ben and Conkling,,
until June while ''Hawaii has'
iston committee, J. E. Beardsley and New Pre-Cooling Plant
10-monlhs' operation in the sugar To Be Sponsored F. E. Conkling, were named by I Riddle Flyers7, Mooi-e Haven GIn
industry. .I. Commander J. M. Couse and a third I a game ,that was classed the
'"The public can rest assured," By Cadet Club member will be named later. Mr.1 most exciting of the year, the Flyers The City Ice and Fuel Company, '
said Moran, "that we will do every- I a Chicago ,com'pan which has plantsin
Couse will also _act as'a member fj nosed out a slugging Tiger team I
thing possible to provide increased The Cadet Club is making"plans I' the''committee.. J 7-6. The Flyers took ,a 5-0 lead in I Belle Glade, Sanford, Oviedo and
production of sugar"to meet the de- for a Midsummer Dance to be held', A report was received on the I the first inning when Hallock singled many other Florida cities,: has begunthe
mands next season. on Saturday evening, July 28, at Fourth of July Eve dance. and whileit Durrence walked and both scored construction' of a new plant at
---- the Sugarland Park Auditorium,'club was rated as a great success froma on a long triple t>y Collins. Wa- Lake Harbor, the terminus of the
Four'RegisteredPurebred officials announced this week. The social ''standpoint it was not so ters got on by fielder's choice and Atlantic Coast Line railway, it was
dance will last from nine o'clock I successful from a. financial angle, was driven in by' Derkman's slash- stated this week, by ACL officials
Herds On until one. the post clearing $35 after all expenses ing hpme run to right field. The visiting here.
U. S. S. C. A five-piece orchestra Jrom Riddle were paid.Commander .- Tigers fought back and tied the game E. B. O'Kelley, general agric"1l1tural -
i Project Field has been engaged-to' play for II Couse stated that he up in the 4th but the Flyers scored agent for the ACL, said that
the dance and tickets will go on sale had selected new chairmen for the I two more in the 7th when Westmore-l the plant would have 'a daily capacity ;
With establishment here of four next week. The admission price will!)I standing committees but did not land and Greenberger drew passes for ice of 100 tons a day anda
{1 With establishment here of four be $1.50 for, civilians and $1.00 ford name them, saying they would be I and scored on Donnely'ff single. Tom I 'storage capacity for 2500 tons.
j registered, purebred breeding herds, service men., ( notified shortly. Baumane continued-his power hittingby The pre-cooling plant to be built in '
one each Shorthorn, Hereford, i collecting 3 for 4.1234567R. connection will have a capacity of
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Aberdeen-Angus and Braham, by the I II E twenty cars a day.

'United States Sugar Corporation, Flyers 50000027 _6 4 I
cattlemen for the first time can observe County Board Names Jurors, Tigers 1211001 6 10 1 I II Singing Convention
and study the development of I Batteries: Greenberger and Wa-
the four most popular beef breeds Roads At ters; Farnam, ,Click and Ball. SundayAfternoon'' ''r
under identical conditions.The l'r Designates Meeting
In South Clewiston
cattle are placed on a care- Clewiston Cds. 8, USSC 0>> '
, fully arranged pasture subdivided -I- I In a game' that was handicappedby
I i into four equal parts, making possible -I The board of county commissioners II I Waldron, Miner. and Evers, to makeup a drizzling rain, the Clewiston Rev. H. R. Bagwell: pastor of the .
observation of all four herds at the regular monthly meetingfor a list of secondary roads in the Guards handed the league leading Assembly of God Church 'in South
'from' one central location. July adopted a resolution petit- county as requested by the State sugar company. their second defeatby Clewiston, announces 'that a singing
"As far as we know, this is the ioning the War Department, United Road Department under date of June a score of 8-5., Bowden of the convention will be held at that ,
first time in the United States that States engineer office to ,give ,con- 5. Motion by Townsend secondedby sugar company and Albaugh of the church at 2:30 Sunday afternoon with
these four breeds have been brought sideration to proposed locks between Miner that the appointment be Guards pitched brilliant ball but a number of churches about the lake .
'' together and are being raised as a Ortona and Alva on the Caloosa- approved. Motion carried. both received poor,support from their I i area participating. The singing of "
single project., Controlled conditions hatchee waterway in connection with I Motion by Townsend seconded !by teammates as the game showed 12 the Pahokee quartet will be, featured.
i -,- 'applied equally to the four herds the improvement of the waterway ',Miner that the State Road Department I errors. The Guards took a 3-0 lead 1 These conventions are scheduled to 1 y
should provide comparative informa- ; from Punta Rassa to Fort Pierce. II be requested to .put in ad- in the last when big Tom Malone be held at this church every third !
tion of interest to the cattle industry This and other items of business I ditional culverts at. the Felda Store slapped a homer with 2 'on and wenton I Sunday in the future. '
." Sidney L. Crochet said. disposed of by the group of com- and the clerk be instructed to advise to score 4 more in the 3rd and 'I The revival services now underway
r Crochet, who is in charge of the missioners appears in the minutesas the Department why additional one in the 6th. 'The sugar ,companyhad .I at the church are proving very "
s L cattle project, is' assistant to Jay W. follows: I culverts are needed. Motion car-I their big'inning in the 6th when'successful' Rev. Bagwell states and
Moran, executive vice-president and The Board of County Commis- ried. Motion by Miner seconded by Haulenbeck doubled followed by a I they will continue on through the
general manager of the United States sioners of Hendry County, Florida,' Waldron that the bills be paid as homer by Hundertmark. The Guards': coming week. Everyone is cordially -
Sugar Corporation. He has devoted met in session on Monday, July 2, read. Motion carried., Isom -Dees I went to pieces and ,made 5 errors to'' invited to attend, to hear the fine
more than a year-and-a-half to establishing 194,5, at the courthouse in LaBelle, appeared before the Board in regard let in 3, more runs., music which is being given nightly
the four herds, hand-pick- Florida, pursuant to notice, for the to medical] care of Fred Hall, s 12345'67R' H E and the sermons being brought by e
lug the cattle to represent the best purpose of hearing complaints and the clerk was instructed to take this U. S. S. C00000505 5 5 Rev. Frank Lummer.
,, examples of their breeds. 'The proj- receiving testimony as to the value up with the doctor and hospital. Motion Guards 304010X8 7 7
:' ect is located one mile west of II I of any property, real or personal, as j I by Evers seconded by Waldron Batteries: Bowden and McLeod; 1---------
Clewiston on Highway 26. I fixed by the County Assessor of taxes i that parties, wanting to purchase or Albaugh and Kentecki. s sI by the Sugar Co.
\ "The pure-bred breeding herds for Hendry County, Florida, due I redeem lands secured by foreclosure !H 12345G7R HE w
' .1 represent only one of the four phasesof notice of said meeting having been J by the County make applicationto U. S. S. C. a, C. H. S. 1 ,I US.S.C.1000200 3 6. 0
the company's whole cattle 'project given as required by law, as per proofof the clerk and that the clerk submit The boys from the sweet house C. H. S. 01000001 6 1
!! ," Crochet said. "The three other publication on file Members of these applications to the board. continued on the pennant winning I Batteries: Hare and Weaver; Har-
i phases consist of a small commercial -I the Board present, Charles E. Miner, Motion carried. Motion by Waldron road by defeating Mel Pape's schoolboys ,, ben and Conkling.
i, herd; the grass fattening of feeder J. O. Davidson, R. B. Waldron, A. seconded by Townsend that the' by a score of 3-1. Taking ad- I -
steers on improved pastures with J. Evers and Asa Townsend, together Hendry County News be designatedto vantage of 3 walks and a double by C. H. S. 4?.Belle Glade Ms. 3
Y' supplemental feeding of molasses In with H. A. Rider, board's attorney publish the 1945! Acts. Motion Hundertmark in the 5th inning the Ir Sammy Young returned to the
troughs on the pastures; and the and William T. Hull, clerk. carried. The clerk and chairmanwere sugar boys raked across two runs to I line-up of the CHS and made every-
I I finishing of feeder steers in dry-lots Dennis Small, County Assessor of instructed to excute an easement break a 1-1 tie. Bobby: Hare ,limit one know it by hitting and fielding
,; $ on agricultural by-products of the Taxes, for Hendry County, Florida, I for Right of Way in Sections ed the H. S. to 6 thinly scattered hits I I his teammates to a 4-3 victory over {
'( company. presented the assessment roll as pre- 17 and 11. Twp. 43, R. 33 and 34 to and never was in serious trouble. I i the Belle Glade Guards. Young hit
i." The whole cattle project covers pared by; him for, the year 1945, for i the Glades Electric Cooperative, Harben was unable to get his fast I I a triple and single for: 2 trips to the
,: I approximately' 5,000 acres of improved examination by the board. The, Inc, for electric facilities. ball to working and gave up 5 walks plate to drive in two runs. In the ,"
,I pasture, which is being planfedConttnuea \chairman appointed a committee, of I RESOLUTION BY THE COUNTY I at the wrong time, all of them were 7th inning the Guards had the tieing
- l ( on Tage- 8) three consisting of Commissioners I (Continued on Page 2) in the middle of both rallies staged I (Continued on Page 8)t t

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(County Board Names-I I said Waterway has been lowered''I! District No. 1. Motion carried. by1 I i Lee Parker, G. B. Rackstraw, V. A. names for jury"- duty.R. .

I Flor-ida| Motion by Evers seconded Reames John A. Stone, B. J. Sch- B. WALDRONA.
Continued from I I j Miner that H. S. Dyess, Star Route,I roeder, Oscar Shelter, Joe Scott. S. J. EVERSJ.
( Page 1) ent canal, to the damage- of said LaBelle Florida, be recommended K. Swayne, W. P. Vaughn, A. P. O. DAVIDSONC.
COMMISSIONERS OF HENDRY I area, and which should remedied to the Governor as Recorder of I Wynn, Geo. M. Waldron.I E. MINER

COUNTY FLORIDA 1,I by the construction of a lock to raise I Marks and Brands, District No.3. have personally examined and ASA TOWNSEND. y
'WHEREAS, it has been brought the ,water level in said area, andWHEREAS Motion carried. do hereby select each of the said R. Browning, R.
Ho the attention of the Doard of J i it is the opinion of 77 names for B. Burchard R. I'
jury duty.J. D.
'' I Pursuant to the provision of Sec- Burchard, Clyde Crawford, 'J. O.
'County Commissioners of Hendry the Board of County Commissionersof tion 41.01 of the Florida Statutes, O. DAVIDSONC. Crews, Albert Dyess, Robert Daniels,
County, Florida, that the War De-I| Hendry County Florida, that an E. MINERA.
i 1941, the Board of County Commissioners Earl j. Dyess, Willie Daniels, Tom
:Apartment United States Engineer increase of the depth, with suitable of Hendry County, Florida, J. EVERS Graham. Alto Hires Alonzo How- I

Office, in compliance with resoln-I I widths, of said Waterway, together I did'on the 2nd day of July, 1$45, ASA TOWNSENDR. l ard, Wendell Howard, Seth A. Howard -
tions ,adopted by Congress, I with the construction of a lock to B. WALDRON.
'I meet In the regular county commis- I J. F. Haskew. C. C. Hires. C. C.
oafl ,:a public hearing on the raise the water level from Ortona,I sioners' room in the Courthouse ink i L. P. Austin, M. R. Browning, I]House Robert Howard Woodrow
:ment of Waterway from improve-'I I Florida, to Alva, Florida, is neces- LaBelle Hendry County, Florida,' William D. Blount, W. B. Barron, Howard, Harry C. Hansen Tonnie

"Zo Fort Pierce and Stuart, sary, practical and to the best Interest -I there being present J. ,O. Davidson,: M. J. Bush, W. D. Bush, G. S. Curry, I May, Earl R. Murray, 'C. A. Murphy.

and |I i of our entire country; chairman, Charles E. Miner, R. B. Edward Curry. C. L. Couch, John Walter J. McNally Frank McClenl- ",

WHEREAS Hendry County is I I NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RE-I Waldron, A. J. Evers and Asa Townsend Cole, Bascom Crawford, John S. than, W. R. Purvis, Burton E. Poor,
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traversed by said Waterway and Is]| SOLVED by the Board of County who constituting the said Cochran, Granville Crawford, Ford Earl S. Royer J. M. Walker, W. H.
the proposed j| Commissioners of Hendry County 1 1I Collins W. F. Cothern O. V.
vitally Interested in I, Board of County Commissioners of' Clayatt, (Continued on Page 7)
improvement for which there is an1 1 Florida, for the foregoing, and many I I said County, together with William\ L. C. Crawford, F. H. Doub, Claude 1

'argent necessity, not only to Hen-!'I more and better reasons, does hereby -I T. Hull, clerk-of said board, and H.I Davidson Allen Douglas, Hamp I

: and our entire natkm, and 'I have the matter in charge with the Thereupon each commissioner did James Fussell, S. L. Farabee, P. G. !' F. Deane Duff
WHEREAS Hendry County is rich'Yn 1' authority, to make the improvementsof prepare from the registration books Frierson, William Guy, Tommie Guy,

natural resources containing Waterway from Punta Rassa to of said county a list of male persons I Harmon Guy Guy H. Hand, J. B. REGISTERED REAL ESTATE

many thousands of acres of fertile! Fort Pierce and Stuart Florida, as qualified to serve as jurors from 'his Hendry U. G. Hedges, Hugh Hull, BROKER

hand which is rapidly being opened I! may be for the best interest; and that respective district that each andevery' L. M. Jennings, J. C.' Jackman. Sam- Glade. llendry
and Palm Bench
crp to agriculture, cattle raising and' the water level from Ortona, Florida -J of the said lists were then submitted -I uel Luckey, Stafford Luckey, L. E. County Land for More Than
manufacturing and contains to Alva, Florida, be increasedto I j to each and every of ,the said Miller Lester B. McCormick, D. G. 23 Years
ntiantltise of valuable timber, vast// a heighth commensurate with requirements -I commissioners, who personally! McCormick, J. D. McLeod Zorie Mc- 'I

WHEREAS large areas of Hendry that will be conducive examined and selected each and!i Clenithan, Hoyt H. McCall, John Mc- -L r

tCoufity have no railroad facilities to the needs of said area by the I I every name so submitted; that; Clenithan, E. M. O'Bannon, James i I

'and will be dependent upon sources construction of lock or locks or thereupon the said lists were made, Rider Charles Yeomans.

other than railroads for transporta- otherwise accomplish this re-I I up into a single list consisting of 91| I have personally examined and I GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO.
and motion of Commissioner -! do hereby select each of the said 17
ion of freight and shipments ag- sult.BE 'I pages upon -
JrlcJoJtural products, cattle, lumber, IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat I'[I R. B. Waldron, seconded byj I names for jury duty.J. G. Nottingham, Agent
a certified copy of this Resolu- i i Commissioner Asa Townsend, that O. DAVIDSONASA
citrus products, etc., and I
submitted I 1 Box 6527
tion in quadruplicate be TOWNSEND
be, the said list submitted be the
\WHEREAS there is, and will I: so
ii pressing need and demand for said to A. B. Jones, Colonel, Corps of En-'!'i I list of jurors of the said Board of A. J. EVERS 1 Clewiston Florida

:products by other sections of our gineers, District Engineer and that1: ;|I County Commissioners collectively I R. B. WALDRONC. I

great country and this Resolution be recorded in the selected, adopted and approved E. MINER. I -,.,..,,...... ................ "I
WHEREAS the water level along Minutes of this Board. I I I which said motion was unanimously)! J. 0. Alderman. W. P. Andrews, -

I Motion by Asa Townsend, seconded carried, and the said list was therejupon John R. Burnett, Thomas W. Blount, I
by: Charles E. Miner called and signed and verified by each of Roy C. Brown, R. E. Burchard, J. H. Johnson's Fish Camp
r unanimously carried, that the fore- the said Commissioners and delivered Booth, R. A. Bryan, Geo. J. Burch- I
going Resolution be adopted. to the Clerk for recording in the ard, S. C. Bowles, Paul Browning, (Near, Hurricane Gate)

The entire forenoon having been minute book of the said Board of J. C. Carver, Bennett Crawford, Ben Clewiston, Fla.
Oewiston taken up and upon motion by Miner County Commissioners. Said jury Cross, Tillett Crawford, Geo. R. Ca- Boats and Motors-Guide Service

seconded by Townsend called and list in words and figures as follows: son, Sam Carson, Hayward Cross Rates Reasonable
carried the Board recessed until 1 Jury list, Hendry County Florida, E. O. Collins. M. G. Davis, H. B. W. H. Johnson, Mgr.

i o'clock P. M.' The board reconvened selected July 2nd, 1945, as possess-I DeLaney, J. W. Diehl, James Dana,

same members at 1 o'clock present'P. M., ,the with board the I ing the qualifications of Jurors asprescribed Dillon Perry Frierson Hall B. F. Guy, Tom Guy, :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. '
C. SamE ,
,by the Laws of Florida.J. Clyde Helms ?
Boll Course again entered upon its duties of FORTAXICABS :
i O. Davidson, Chairman. Heath Robert Hedges, T. A. Her- I
.s. ,
equalizing the 1945 tax roll The
ron, H. G. Hisler
C. E. Miner. Member. Hampton. :: .
Board of County Commissioners of I I John Paul O'Bannon, Arthur A. .;. :;;:
R. B. Waldron Member.
Hendry County, Florida, having I I Hall, Walter Hough, A. A. Harrington ..s.DAY AND KITE SERVICE .:.
A., J. Evers, Member.
completed its work of perfecting,I I Asa Townsend, Member. Ralph Hendry, Lonnie W. Howard :: PHONE 18 ::::

reviewing and equalizing the assessment -]I Board of County Commissioners Joe A. Hilliard, Grover A. Hill '1.. '. ..
a roll for the year 1945, as prepared -I Ray C. Hull, Clyde E. Hendrix H. :": :": :": :":": : :": >: : : >: : : :": >:":'
of County,
by the County Assessor of I Florida.D. Hendry L., Johnson. Robert E. Ketring, R. F. 1'1 1'--
I Taxes it was found that the assessments Lewis, R. F. Lewis Jr., Leo Lanzl,
I made by him were just, fair- G. Alston, D. B. Allen, J. E. James V. Lofton Cecil Langford, FLOWERSCut
iand r Adams Roy Alston, O. A., Anderson, .
equal, and the board having James
/ F. Lucky, J. F. Messer, Rob- flowers for here
delivery or
gone over and duly considered same, Floyd Andrews, J. E. Baker W. E.. 1
ert J. Moon
! EXCELLENT B. A. Miller Roy for delivery anywhere in U. S.
Bolton, Vernon E. Bryant, J. E.
was upon motion by Miner seconded Messer, J. L. Maddox, N. J. Motes wire.
I Beardsley, C. O. Benbow, Gordon "'
by Waldron called and carried
Lloyd McClelland
L. J. Nobles.I .
\ (, that the assessment roll as prepared]I Bembry, M._,D. Bledsoe_,,_W. S. Bow- have MRS. J. )I. FOUNTAIN
personally examined do
, '.. ,: by the County Assessor of Taxes of don. Geo. W.. Beck; C. W. Curtner, and I Day Phone 82 Night Phone 148-W
hereby select each of ,the said 60
,, Hendry County, Florida, for the year I I O. A. Clark, S. L. Crochet, G. L. I ,
1945, be accepted and approved]I Cantrell, D. II. Cammack, W. H.

WEATHER went without into change.regular The session.board Motion then) Davis Christian, 'w., Chas.A. Davis Christian, Foy: ,Durrence H. L. -..:..:NHI/NNNI.:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..7:.

) : by ,Townsend seconded by Evers -thatE. F. D. Duff, J. W. Doty, T. L. Drig- '

, B. Hull Felda Florida, be -recommended gers, G. E. Etherton, J. W. Ezelle,
GOOD to the Governor for appoint- C. J. Gonterman_ R. M. Hare, Jr.. J. ::1: _' Assembly of God :

ment as Recorder of Marks and W. Himrod B. L. Ingram, H. C. .
i Brands, District No. 3. Motion carried Jones, T. H. Jones Stanley Jord-on. .?;; : SOUTH CLEWISTON ,.s' <.
.:. .s'
Chas. Trenary. "
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Motion by Waldron seconded by I M. C. Keen, H. A. Land C. J. i..I, Sunday: School _.. ..... ___.. _. 10:00 A. M.Morning .y:'
Townsend that George L. Poole, La- Lovvorn, R. J. Lee C. H. ''Lutes, W. ... .y
I MEET YOUR Belle Florida, be recommended to I L. Lott. Marion Lee, J. D. Leftwich, .:. :. Worship ................_.._...... 11:00 A. M. .:''
# the Governor for appointment as, Floyd Mountain, W. N. Martin, T. 0.} .Is1. .21
I Evangelistic. Service ...____......_._ 8:00 P. M. .s'
Recorder of Marks and Brands, DiStrict Musgrave, C. A. Martinez, .J. F./I y -
t FRIENDSTHERE No.2. Motion carried. / Morrison, H. J. Mathis, H. C. Mea- ,Y';; Weekly Services, Tuesday ....._.___ 8:00 P. M. :s:

Motion by Miner seconded by dor, j. A. McGehee, P. M. McIntyre
i ::: Young People's Service Friday: ....._: 8:00 P. M. ..i'i
Townsend that Mrs. Addie Mills,I C. L. McLendon, C. W. McLeod, B. i
'i Clewiston, Florida, be E. Nail, D. A. Olden. W. W. Perry, :.:2.: Revival Services each ,evening through July :i:

f t ed to the Governor for l'eCOmmend-1 H. C. Post, C. M. Pirkle, Melvin :;%: UhJV. H. u.BAGWELL. 22. Frank and Gladys Lummer. :j:,
as Recorder of Marks Pape, J. B. Ph'aris, G. N. Pitzen, I. .: .i'

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THE CHEERFUL CHERUB Numbers on Its AircraftThe Impressed His StudentsAt ASK MEA ?. .

i ?? quiz with answers offering ?1

Outdoors alone nationality of all civil air- a southwestern university, it ?
01'summe.r \ ? information
craft in the world is designatedby is an old custom that if the professor A NO TIlER on various subjects \. -

nights one or two initials that precede is more than 10 minutes late, Mtn'MhMhhtti'f 'hMMtti ..........
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the class walk out.
I'd send my .soul or\ their other identification marks, may Knowingthat
says Collier's. Of the 67 countriesto he would be delayed one The Questions 7. How many islands are there I

loFty flights which these initials have been morning, a professor dashed into in the Philippines?

But Im forever assigned six use one, Germany the room early, dropped his hat on when I, Based it's 12 on standard in time in, 8. From what does the word
noon Chicago,
the desk, and disappeared on his camera come?
having D, France Great BritainG
occupiedIn Tokyo what time?
errand. When he came in some 15 05
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Italy Japan ,
2. What is meant by a woman's
wzrdir4 off States N. minutes later; the students had coterie? The Answers

mosquito 1 i For license designations, all gone. 3. What country ranks next to 1. Three a. m.-the next day. ,.
The next day he prefaced his
countries use combination of the United States in populationin 2. Her set
bites. or of friends.
} remarks to the effect that the
three letters ranging from AAA to
the western hemisphere? 3. Brazil.
'r t 1'CA"WNU 'ZZZ with the exception of the first presence of his hat meant as
d 4. With what type of cases does 4. With appeals.
five listed above, which may use much as if he himself were pres- the Appellate court deal? 5. Coal tar.

( four letters. The United States ent.On 5.. From what source is. saccharin 6. The President's Palace. '

00 uses numbers and is the only nation the following day he arrivedto derived? 7. About 7,000. '

permitted to do so. find row after row of seats occupied 6. What was the White House 8. From the Italian word camera

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,. CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT Showing Some New,. Practical Uses +

FACTS For That Old-Fashioned Knife Box I

tntifpwScott's allJtIt'

).' By Ruth Wyeth Spears

,' Persons now engaged in essential ,RUBBER NOTE-Pattern 281 gives actual size
k industry will not apply without statement take *' rr PLACE TO PLACE.OR USE FOR SERVING patterns for all parts of the knife box
of availability from their local Emulsion helps tone the 'a "HOT ROLLS, and for the sides of the stand. Illustrated
United States Employment Service system,build stamina,energy up and FRUfT_DRINKSACTUAL ORfL assembly directions, a complete list of
resistance when you feel"dragged materials and directions for an antique
HELP WANTED-WOMEN out"and rundown-and your diet The now government tire industry \. finish for both pieces are included. To get I
S : lacks the natural A&D Vitamins is \ "" Pattern 281, send 15 cents with name and
L\ and the energy-building natural expansion program address direct to: '
geared to produce an addi- SIZE Z r
< oils need. Remember-
IJ you many PATTER
WANTED:encedwhitge waitressesfor I doctors recoipmend good-tasting tional 2J,300 military tires a GIVESYOU a

' dining room in fine resort hotel locatedin C _Scott's. Buy today-all druggists.SCOTT'S day or 6,000,000 more a I MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
the mountains.Salary$75.00 per month COMPLE Bedford Bills New York
plus room, with private bath, together year. DIRECTIONS..., ..
the hotel Prefer middle FOR ; 10 i
with meals, in EMULSION :
=: I
aged school teachers who have had previous Foam rubber is expected to KNIFE BOX WITH ::";; r Enclose 15 cents for Pattern No 281.
in tables.
,_ experience waiting s 1 r familiar OR WITHOUT 1"'i'r,;:(:::;
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HOTEL replace upholstery THE ATTACHED .OJ : : J' rid Nam
Chattanooga,Tennessee Phone 3-1742 construction in automobileseats STAND WHICH HAS 'TOTAL
'saving nearly a foot in TWO PULL-OUT LEAVES --, ;HEIGHT29"THESE Address

the length of the body.
old fashioned knife

WANTED: MALARIACMRCED Rubber springs already In use ex are popular as a quaint

Thoroughly experienced white maids for perimentally for automobile springs, touch for serving food or drinksor NO ASPIRIN IS FASTER '
fine resort hotel in the mountains. Salary IN 7 DAYS WITH to fill with plants cut flowers
or or better. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin,
$75.00 per month plus room and private and In actual I operation on streetcars
bath,with meals,in the hotel. Prefer mid- LlQUIDorMALARIAL speed all wheel trans- They are useful for sewing, world's largest seller at lOco 100 tabletsfor
I. dle aged,settled women. Apply may knitting matter 35c.Why pay more?Why ever accept
reading too.
SYMPTOMS port tion and greatly Increase rid or less? Always ask for St. Joseph Aspirin.
] And here is good news-you don'thave
Chattanooga,Tonneuee Phono 3-1742 1ToktonlyasdirtcttdDEODORnni ing comfort.
to rummage in antique shopsto

find one. It may be made rightat
ry home without any. complicatedtools.

., Run your FORGET car on a GAS"Real WORRIES Gasoline! Substi A Dab a Day Even the little stand with lI
tute" at a cost of 29c per gallon or less handy pull-out leaves is of such
by merely mixing non-rationed liquids.
For complete mixing formula send S1.35 to simple construction that it can be I
F. J. MEHIC. Johnstown, Pa. keeps
by amateur. It be
(GUARANTEED or money back.). any may
Details 35c. (No Stamps.) attached to the knife box and car-

; p'o : ried right along with it. 0
DOGS, CATS, PETS, ETC. away Koo p
It Is fun to cut these pieces out of good
PUPPIES. Cocker Spaniels, purebred registered rUnderartn Perspiration Odor} : clear pine or maple. The joinings are of
./ A. K. C. Buff. Black and Red. A Alti
the simplest type made with DL.L
' lasting gift. $35 to $50 each. Satisfactionand quick-drying G
delivery guaranteed anywhere. ... NJ. plastic glue which gives the modern wood- 6
MRS. H. A. VAN OUTRY -*: f&:' working enthusiast an advantage over
Burwell - Nebraska.MISCELLANEOUS Jt.r the long-drawn-out methods used in grandfather's -

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'.. /' ">..>...:..:........./....N..."i.".'.1'<< ... .".A...'.",".<.- 1
I) Stamp Collecting, Foreign Stamps in sets < (:
all different. Send $5 or more..Trial lot $2. Isn't
Satisfaction or prompt Trefund.J. Easy, Says
McNamara 4800( Kenmore Chicago, III.
CIGARS YeORO Stranger in Our Midst

Sample 50 Box $4.00, postpaid. You will be

1 back: Discounts tonretailers or in money 1,000 lots.S. order. English looks and sounds easy r'iq'i

05 & E. Company, Box 200 Red Lion, Penn. ; CREAM, FOR QUICK RELIEF to many of us, but the man from

-Isn't stiff or stickyi 'Soft it another country could tell another
tale. this little
spreads like face cream Perhaps
w Missionary, 100 for $2; 500 for $5. $8 per -is actually soothing Use right A Soothing rhyme, written by a foreigner,
1,000. John Lightfoot Birchwood, Tenn. after shaving-will not irritate ANTISEPTIC S A LV E will show what"strangers, to the. 0

-has light,pleasant scent.No sickly Used by thousands with satisfactory r*. language have to contend with: /

1 0 .:&IH War &17hTA6'1'8E smell to cling to fingers or clothing.will ? suits. for Get 40 Carboil years-six at drug valuable stores or ingredients. write- "Will you please explain it to me
not spoil delicate fabrics. Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn. Why in 'debt' you should use silent 'b'?
I cannot as yebt the hang of it gebt; .Y r I''Tq -
Yet tests in the tropics-made by nurses In fact, I'm completely at seal WED. THURS.-FRI. SAT. I
that Yodora You that the ocean is blue,
Give K that well groomed -prove protects under try say 7:15 a. m.(CWT); 8:15 a.m. (EWT)
., look. Add lustre. Keep your ing conditions.In tubs or lars,lOc,25c,60c Is a warship, then, manned by"a crue? SUNDAY ,
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It puzzles me all the day through.If
HAIR bottle 25c. Sold everywhere. I IIt
::. a man dies you say he is dead;
i But a book, not the color, is read.
Butq WalL tRonA 4 Still stough, I think, that's enough .of this terrible I I I I II

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c scalds, insect bites, oak: and ivy poisoning scientific test. t
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chapped skin. Its antiseptic action lessens tESMlTH'Sot
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household size 651 TO IT.WORKS.
; economy size $1.25.
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News but no.. He must not think', of sucha ous liasion .flight; over enemy lines came soon after his return to. Nor- ness operated under the name of
The' Clewiston j jInc. I thing. He must REST and have in the last days of the war. In our folk after his recent leave at home.I "CLEWISTON COMPANY.RADIO."ELECTRIC-

FUN. He told how his Dad had Insisted talk with Major Bestor we tried to He Is now at work in an instructional C. A. FOSS.

Published every Friday In Clewlston,,' on taking him to a luncheon work both ways from this experi; school for' several weeks. July 6, 13., 20 and 27.

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, of his service club, where they call ence. 1 I S f
His father It' 21st of April, Major CLEWISTON COMMUNITY:
I ed on him for a talk. was on the I
had promised the fellows that Bill Bestor said, that his division pulled With one son just returned from CHURCH'
matter ex- River north of service in Germany, Mr. and'Mrs. C. David C Hancock, :Minister _
Entered as second class mall I would tell them all about his up at the Mulde
February 1, 1927, at the Poet Office in periences. When Bill got up and Leipsig. The Russians had just A. Martinez were overjoyed to learn
March Crewiston 3,, 1897.Florida, under the simply said he didn'thave any storyto started their drive across the Oder this week that their oldest son, SUNDAY, JULY 15, 1945 ,

tell except that he was glad to, be and were close enough -that It was Oliver Martinez, who has been In the Sunday School, 9:45 a: m., Dr. C.'I'
South Pacific for twenty-seven E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes '.
home, it just about broke the, old imperative that an accurate determ- mon-
CARR SETTLE. Publisher ths is en route home. Mr. Martniez, for all ages.
man's heart. ination of their positions be made.
Subscription Rate--?2.50 Per Year I "Mr. Kay," Bill said. "I don't High performance aircraft had been says he's expecting to get a phone I Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. A

Advertlslnc Rate On Application. want to hurt Mom and Dad, but they grounded and several small liasion call from Oliver from the Pacific I nursery for small children Is con-

[just don't understand and I'm get- planes had been lost in an attemptto I Coast almost any time. It is to bed I ducted by the Mothers' Club at the Y __

ting so I dread going home. Last make contact with the Russian :hoped that he will be able to get, Community Center. !
advancement and welfare I back during the I "Love So Amazing" is the theme
Devoted to the J night I stayed down town hanging forces. As a member of an army intelligence furlough of his
of Clewiston and Hendry County., brother, Cpl. Jack Martinez. j i of the minister's sermon. -
felt that
I around a bar with one of myoId group Maj. Bestor ji Westminster
overseas buddies. Neither one of he should make the effort and, accompanied i Fellowship meeting
Turner of St. American industry will be 6:00 p. m., at the church.
us wanted to be there particularly, by Major
I but it seemed we HAD to be to ,have Petersburg, set out in an L-5, a for youth after demobilization or I You are cordially invited to worship .

any peace." pint-sized liasion ship similar to our graduation, with good paying jobs with us.METHODIST. .
; ____
I "When I came home about 10 p. Cub. They flew to the Elbe, about and a chance for personal advance i

mITORJALI I m., half high, I was ashamed of my- twenty miles away and over Torgau ment, Ira Mosher, president of the CHURCHW. J '
Natoinal Bozeman, Minister:
self. I had never taken a drink where contact with the Russianswas Association of Manufac-
'I before the war. I knew it would made the following day. They turers, said In a commencement ad-

I hurt the folks, but I couldn't help then flew north on the east side of dress. A survey recently completed Sunday School, 7:15 p. m. !

...........N N:....NN........M............................N N..NMN....1..N i it.-If I had pulled a trick like that the Elbe to Luckenwald,. just northof revealed that 13,000 individual Worship Service, 8:00 p. m. :
I before I joined the service Dad Berlin and could see the artillery companies will offer between three I Services are being held, tempor- '

would have beat me to a pulp. I exchange between the Germans and and four million jobs in manufac- arily, in the Library room of the

Too Late To Classify was hoping he would this time. I Russians and were able to plot accurately turing alone after the war.NOTICE Community Center and all are cor- i

would have taken it and liked, it, for the position of the Rus- dially invited to attend. I

By RUSSELL KAY it would be like old times, like the sians and estimate that they wouldbe
home I dreamed about and wantedto to Torgau in 24 hours. It was I
come back to all those months. actually twenty-two when 'they ar TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ? ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL :
CN:N:N:N1'M..:..:..:;:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:..N NON N:N:1 This is to advise that it Is my Intention CHURCH ;
But NO, dad isn't sore. He 'under- rived. They had anticipated landing to register the name' of
stands'-He knows I wouldn't do a behind the Russian lines but the I CLEWISTON RADIO-ELECTRIC '
used to deliver my paper a Services :Sunday at 8:3&<: .
Bill every
Clerk off he
thing like that ordinarily, but on ac- Easterners were suspicious and open- with the Circuit Court in
few years ago. He was just a count of what I've been through it ed up with anti-aircraft guns, mak- and for Hendry County, Florida, the a. m., at Clewiston Community .
kid, an average Amer- said Hendry County being the Church. A
neighborhood .
is than he would expect. it that fly back to
no more ing necessary they place of business of CLEWIS I
ican boy, no different from millionsof TON THE REV. S. D. MASOK
After all a fellow has to let off a their own base more than fifty, miles RADIO-ELECTRIC COMPANY;
found out that I hada that I am the
others.-He owner of the busi- Priest in Charge
little steam once and awhile. Mo- away. They had some 160 or 170 -
collection and used to come .. .
stamp ther Isn't sore either. She is just miles of flying and came home with .
over to the house frequently to I and worried, but she don't: battered. ---- ---- -
sorry one wing pretty badly ------ I
show me a new set he had ,
trade or I
I blame me. No, I am DIFFERENT.It Again Major Bestor commented on
was a bright, intel-
acquired.-He is just something the big bad the'vast numbers of Germans in this

ligent each other youngster pretty'and well.we got to know I' war has done to her 'baby' and I pocket and their orderly with-I Flamingo Brandr

service. I tell you I'm going NUTS." drawal from the Russians toward
Then Bill went in the
Well, gentle or otherwise reader, the American lines. The Nazis maintained r .
had all but forgotten the boy. :: .
home. I how are you going to help a guy a thin cover against the Rus-
Well last week Bill came
solve a problem like that?.-I can sians for their withdrawing troops FEED
that returned -
He was one of the group When he see his position and I pity the boy. who paid little attention to the little ..... -
the Queen Mary.
on At the same time I think I can un- plane, firing only sporadically with
walked into 'my office, a husky
bronze giant in civilian clothes, Ididn't I derstand the viewpoint of his par- rifles.It f Roughage and Concentrated Feeds

from I ents. I thought of calling on his was a couple of days later that
know him.-I arose my
father and having a talk with' him, his division made its first contact
chair to greet this stranger, wonder-
Ing who the MAN was. but figured it wouldn't do much with the Russians at Torgau and he Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users

to renew good and I never liked butting in told of the many parties that were
It didn't take us long -
our acquaintance. Bill had a prob- on other people's affairs. held to cement friendly relations.The You Can't Buy A Better. FeedFOR
lem and he had come to me for. ad- So I'm putting the story in a big party. was in Leipsig on May .
column in the hope that not only the 13 when high-ranking American officers
vice. He had seen over two yearsof
the toughest kind of service and father and mother of this lad, but a including General Courtney SALE IN THIS AREA AT DEHYDRATING PLANT IN

had come through without a scratch. I lot of other parents of service men Hodges, were entertained by the MOORE HAVEN
will read it and THINK about it. Russians. Decorations were handed
Now he was honorably discharged
and home but .he wasn't happy. I Maybe it will do some good, maybeit out to them and it was at' this time I
won't, anyhow it can't do any that Major Bestor received his medal WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J. J
All those months of, mud and harm. ........ )
blood, bitter fighting. and fatigue,! > from them. ,
vrrovn n.... v behind him. TTo'" had done hiss! The flight of the Germans from MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA

part. The thing that had sustained -I t..4"N.....N N MAN NON N NON N NON N.._..N..N..N..N M..N....... I east to west, Maj. Bsetor said, indi-
him and kept him going he pointed -Ii i I I- cated' to him a feeling of great

out was the thought of HOME. national guilt in their treatment of
Now that he is back, he finds the]I With the Russians and their fear of Rus- .:N:N:N:N:;.:N:NIN. :.:N:N:N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N.11:M:N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N1N. .N.H:N:NIN. :N.N:N:N:

home he pictured and dreamed sian reciprocity. Literally millionsof

about and fought for has changed. I! Russian slave laborers were liberated -

Instead of being able to return and! by the American advance Increased Quantities Of

pick up where he left off as he had i Our Boys which went so rapidly that they had .

expected to do, he finds, that he is a I I little opportunity to do anything for ,
man apart and he doesn't know how Ii them. Most of these laborers were

to adjust himself. It was a rather I in the still cowed by their recent masters. Genuine Chevrolet[:Parts

pitiful story. j Major Bestor rated the Germans -

Most of his younger friends are I t I as unusually good soldiers and said

gone. To his mother he is still a that the American and German infantryman Now Available

little boy. She insists on calling I Service I were very wellmatched.In .

him "baby" and worries him to December and ,January fighting

death trying to mother him. Her many felt that it would be a long-

"baby" has had a terrible experi- drawn out struggle for they seemedto

ence. He must rest. Her feelingsare ..:NON N:N:..N..N N H:N:N..:..:..:N.N.N N:N:-'...:....:..: be battering against a stone wall. Service Headquarters For All Makes

hurt when he objects to her The collapse. he feels, was due

serving his breakfast in bed. He It's always a pleasure when one largely to the splendid work done

mustn't mow the lawn or even help of our service men, home on leave, by the Air Force in disrupting trans- o .

with the dishes. He must just comes in for a' visit at the News office portation. His Division, he said, GARS And TRUCKS
REST and get his strength back., j I and we were particularly glad worked side by side with the 3rd .* .,- ,
His father is almost as bad but I! yesterday to welcome Major Rich- Armored Division in the capture of

In a different way. The old man,!' ard Bestor and to have an oppor- Cologne and they were together

proud of his boy, insists on makinga tunity for a long talk with him.. most of the way. He crossed the WASHING and GREASING AAA REPRESENTATIVES

hero of him. He wants to talk, Just a short time ago we published Remagen bridge shortly after its

continually about the WAR. He an account of some of Major Bes- capture and helped 'establish' the

.invites' friends ovetto:- meet "My I tor's experiences while serving in. bridgehead on the east side of the
Bill" and then when Bill refuses to: Germany with the 104th Infantry Rhine. This bridgehead was held,
describe his experiences in every Division of the First Army (Terry he believes, only because of the ebbing -

gory detail, his dad's feelings are I' Allen's Timberwolves) and of his strength of the Germans.He .
hurt.He decoration by the Russians as well as said little about the American

wants to get a job and to the American Silver Star for the prisoners liberated by the advance . . . . .
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work and forget as far as he can,I successful completion of an hazard- but did say that the Clewiston boys ;,. ,
---- who were in German prison camps ...- ....-- ..,... _"""' '''''' .... .,.-."'""., "!:
I were lucky to have been officers 'and

in old established camps for' the
Germans are "rank-happy" and their

Surf treatment of prisoners is evidently 7:00 TO 9:30 A. 11.12:00 TO 2:00 P. M. 6:30 TO 8:30 P. 31.

Cottages determined by the rank of that

prisoner. Many of the infantrymen
captured in December, were marchedas -

'. far as a thousand miles on very CLEWISTON[ INN[

short rations, back and forth across

9 MILES NORTH OF PALM BEACH the country, and that any, of them
are alive, he said is largely attribut- x
: -'" : 8 .: DINE AT THE INN
HIGHWAY NO. 1 ",:.',.,' \ able, to the Red Cross. packages they
,Major Bestor said that no one

could help being proud of the Amer-

ican fighting man after seeing themin Steaks --Fish Fresh Vegetables
Spend your vacation at your local beach resort. Two action, and that no one has rea- ,

son to worry that the men in the 0Meet.
room efficilncy cottages Hotel Rooms Dining Room Army will return home as murderersand

-Cocktail Lounge. ;' ..' cutthroats.
:.,.; Major and Mrs. Bestor and their Your Friends In Our .
daughter will leave the first of the

' SUMMER SEASON STARTS JUNE/: week for California and will be sta- '

tioned at'San Louis Opispo for sever-
/ al weeks. His present leave is for
For Reservations thirty days. '.
a .. ..-.

Write 623 30th Street Call 8940 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen have received Open 11:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M. 4:00 P. M. .;

word that their elder son, I
WEST PALM BEACH W. C., Owen, Jr., has been promoted To 12:00I

from -the rank of Ensign to that of

-- Lieutenant (j.g). The advancement

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." 'HiE FIVE

to< :ti..:..:.TN:N:..:N:-:-tt-N N N N:N..N N;N:M:N N:N N N:M:-:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:+:N:NS.:N:N N:..:N:N:N:. MRS. PEARS, IS HOSTESS '
earthly elevation
I to the lowest condition -:
: AT MOTHER'S CLUB that he may minister to the1 i operation; Good living

II i; Mrs. M.\ H. Pears was hostess at welfare of others." i I quarters can be furnish-

i PERSONAL and SOCIETY i the monthly meeting of the Moth-
i jed farm.
on Shawnee
J f )?:: er's Club which met at Community ALTERING and dress-

I _; -Center Following last Monday a short evening.business meet- making. See Ruth Yo-|I I Farms. Telephone 1 5-J,'
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9(.:..;..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:....:-:..:. -:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..).:..:..:.:..:..':; ing a social hour was enjoyed during der, Apartment 3 Cen-j or 56. 3tc
which the members
A. W. Roberts of Orlando spen!t' Sgt. and Mrs. George Bestor, Camp played I
j games, winners of which tral Avenue.
Mrs. 1
several days: here recently. Sibert, Ala., arrived this week to I. were Itp]FOR
I C. L. McLendon SALE
visit Major and Mrs. Richard Bes- Mrs. C. A.. Thomas : Model "A"
and Mrs. L. M.\ Hutson.
J. G. Sullivan left Sunday to visit t 'tor and Mr. and_ Mrs. Horace Bestor. Other members present were Mrs. WANTED : Two reliablemen Ford cut down for hunt-
friends and relatives in Georgia. "
H. B. McGill, Mrs. J. w. Ezelle, Mrs.
Mrs. A. A. Munroe arrived the lat- C. E. Gericke, Mrs. L. M. Weetman for work at dairy ing car. Lots of new
John Darby was a :visitor in Miami -:Jter part of last week from ,Madison
Mrs. W. D,. Wylie and Mrs. :
G. processing
last Saturday.Mr. to make her home ,with her daughter i' H. plant. Contact parts. General condition,
... _. Mrs. Campbell E. Nail. Brown. i i
jj. E. Thompson at old fair. Price $75.00. H
and Mrs. Lou Place of. Miami The hostess served :refreshmentsof .

visited'' here last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Davis of jello and punch. Alston Building, Fran B. Brinton, Arcade Avev

Lt. Morris Ford has returned from J herewith Jacksonville Mr.are spending and Mrs.this Frank week 3IRS. XEIT SOX IS cisco Street. 2tc 1 Clewiston. I tc.
a visit in South Carolina. //Mooey. HOSTESS AT BRIDGE

Mayor :Mack Greene, of Moore Ha I t -- Hostess to her bridge club when WANTED Field me FOR SALE: House,
CPO and Mrs. l
. Ed Clark of Lake
ven, visited here Tuesday.Miss the group met this week was' Mrs. chanic. furnished unfurnished.
___ side, N. Jer., arrived Wednesday Ie. J. Neilson.. Mrs. G. Small and Experiencedman I I or -

: Evelyn Lee was a week-end with evening relatives to spend in Clewis his ten-day tOIl.I leave Mrs. Charles Miner were guests in to maintain tractors 332 E. Obispo, 1 1st
visitor in Okeechobee. the absence of regular members,
4:, Mrs. H. A. Bestor and Mrs. N. V. S. and field equipment in St. north of laundry. 1 tp
;-; Mrs. H. J. Lehmon and son were i I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Owen are Mumford.

called to Virginia this week by the I leaving this week-end to"spend a High scorer was Mrs. F. E. Conk-/ ...
1 illness of Mrs. Lehmon's mother. two-weeks vacation' at Fort Lauderdale ling, while low score was held by w - Beach. Mrs J. E.
Beardsley.. Others play-
Donald Foltz, of Clinton, Indiana, I ing were Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. R. C.
: is the guest of his cousin, Mrs. G. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Baptist and Wilson, Mrs. Otto Larsen and Mrs.
t. H. Brown, and Mr. Brown.R. daughter, Carolyn, of Arcadia, were F. D. Duff. -THE CANEBRAKE
| the week-end guests of Mrs. Baptist'sI The hostess served cherry pie a la

W. Davis, of Jacksonville, was( sister, Mrs. 'Mark Kennon, and Mr. mode and cdffee. to her guests.

the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs i Kennon. I
Charles Foy. I I't WOMEN'S ASSOCIATIOX Resta.urant

Misses Florence Graham, Laura I MEETS THURSDAYOn ;

Misses Roberta Foy and MayleneHamilton i't Bailey, Bobby Spicer, Cadet. William
-, visited in Daytona Beach !, Brazier, and Mrs. Wm. Johnson Thursday, of this week, the t
last week. I''I of Pahokee were week-end. visitors Women's Association of the Clewiston Closed Until Further Notice
at Lake Community Church
I Worth held its rgeular
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Veltri- and I monthly meeting at the church with

daughter spent Monday in West !I Elbert Hooker of the U. S. Navy, the president, Mrs. Gideon Brown, I ,. .
Palm Beach. I stationed at Jacksonville! arrived presiding. ", : ,- ,- ,
--' Thursday for a leave to be spent After the business session the -

Mrs. I. S. Bell., Junior and Senior, with his'parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. worship service was conducted by I .
and Mrs. Leah Spicer visited in Pa- C. Hooker.Mr. two groups of young people from the -
c, hokee 'on Tuesday., church, and who also gave very The Br I

and Mrs. G. H. Brown and teresting reports on the in-I
children spent the week-end which they attended at, Lake .
Mr.,and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn were I visiting ,
week-end visitors in Fort Lauder- Mr. and Mis. JEd McGowan, former Jo Ann Long, one of the members, Will Be Open As UsualCLIENTS
i= dale. residents of Clewiston, in Tampa, and introduced the following girls and I :
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Gove, in Eustis. boys who told of their experiences
at the camp: Carlene Berner. Jo I

friends Pvt. Louis from Boca Wethington Raton spent and two the Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. A. A. Munroe I Ann Crouch, Shirley Owen, Mary

A .' week-end here. I and Mrs. R., F. Buhr spent the week- Louise Thomas, Ann Prewitt, 'Rachel

; .. end in Miami, Mrs. Buhr leaving I Miner, Betty Coleman, Jeanne N:N:N: N N-N:N:+:H N N:N 11 N N N N N N N H N N N N N M N N N 1i N N N :+:N:+:N N H'N:N":N:"'A
from there Bartz, Bobby Berner, Buber Mills,
. ; I for her home in Bronx- i
Foy Durrence and daughter, Bonnie and Bruce
& Beardsley. Bruce
' told
I ville, N. Y., after a week's visit with
Faye' were visitors in Fort Myers J Mrs. Nail.i what our church is doing ; ,for the
'r for a few, days this"week. I :young people. Especially enjoyed

were a number of songs the
sung by
': J. E. Beardsley'and Cecil ''Jack- D. Saunders, RM 3-c of theI group. STILL LOOKING FOR HOUSESWe
i Navy, has
: I recently returned from
man attended Mrs.
the cattle Brown
sale at Ok e- who was a delegate
chobee yesterday afternoon.' the Pacific and is spending a leave to the conference for Sunday School .
here with his mother, Mrs. Frank I
j Mooney, and his sister, Mrs. Joseph Teachers and Association members, Need Listings .
Melvin C. Keen, who has been! gave some of the highlights of her
quite ill at the Clewiston Hospital ) work at Lake Alfred. Her account Priced
; for the past week, is-reported much I showed that it was not all work and Right :
; :' improved. I I Mrs. Frank Cox, Mrs. H. B. Mc- no play, but a successful blendingof
1 Duffie- and James Wynn are leaving I I the two.

'. Jlr. and Mrs. John Kettl have as j today for visits with relatives in I I I The members present were, Mrs. J. ,E. BearHsley
their guests, Mr. Kettl's sister, 1\Irs'l Macon, Valdosta and other points. }t'. C. Long, Mrs. R. C. Greenaway,
-. George Yon, and her son, .Raymond, Mis. ,Cox will spend three weeks with Mrs. W. A. Lewis, Mrs. Russel De- ,
of ZeUwcod.Mr. her husband, Pvt. Frank Cox, 'at j hon, Mrs. Foy, Mrs. E. C. Mills, REAL ESTATE BROKER -

.1 Camp Wheeler. Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. F. E. Conk- w
.'- and Mrs.; John Phillips and I ling, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. E. W.
:Mrs. Sallie Everett returned to I Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling have Durst, Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. V. Phone 66 Hopkins Bldg.
Lakeland Wednesday alter visiting returned from Fort Myers where Reames. Mrs. Joseph Robbins, "\ A'I 1

f Mr. and Mrs Uar.y Ingram for a they were called Monday by the J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. Gideon Brown rN: :N:N N:N:N:N:N N;.:N N:N N:N:N:11:N:N:H.N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:.1 N:.:N N:N:.:N N:N:N:N:..:N N:N:N:N:N:N:.,
few days. /i death of her grandmother. Mrs. and Mrs. C. W. Fuller. .. ,- 1
Elizabeth' Campbell. Funeral serv- The hostesses ,were Mrs. J. W. ,
ices were held Tuesday afternoon. Doty, Mrs. V. A. Reames and lIrs.E 'I--'_-- '
Gideon Brown.
Major! and Mis. R. J. Bestor arrvI !' Pasteurized Milk i
I, ed in Clewislon Monday for a week's ST. CARET'S: (HUn- I

'visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. _
I FT. Peter J. ne ll\;'. Pastor ;
arrived I And Cream
' ,,1 Mass: Clewiston !0:00: a. m.

:MATINEE: 3 P. :M.: KITE 7.9 P.M. several months in the European Pahokee 11:00 a. m.
c.'- _Week_Beginning_ _____July 15th Theatre of Operations.Dr. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I Now available to local patrons from your

and Mrs. R. L. Ringo returned H. C. Meador, Pastor home dairy.

S'un. & Mon. July 15 & 16 this week from Kentucky and .
Virginia where they visited for the "THE SINGING CHURCH" Call 1 33 for Delivery Service. Daily De1iveryCLEWISTON
past few weeks. Sunday School. 9:45
Dr. and Mrs. a. m. !
Ringo were accompanied to Clewis- Morning Worship, 11:00: a. m.
:1 % r Cnl firr ton by Sgt. Ben Ringo, son of the Training Union, 6:45 p. m.
doctor who, has recently been re- Evening Worship! 8:00 p. m.
: leased from a German prisoner of I I Subject: "A Converted Man Gets DAIRY
war camp.- His Bearings." ,

---- Prayer'Service Wed., 8:00 p. m.
Cartoon Laest News Rodriguez-Perry A cordial i invitation is extended to 1 A. H. King .
every one in the community to wor- "
ship with us at all our services. Let
Tues. & Wed., July 17 & 18 Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez (
an- us not lesson our efforts during the __
"TilE UNSEEN"with nounce the engagement of their summer months. /

Joel McCrea daughter. Shirley Ruth, to Bill Perry, The Ordinance of the Lord's Sup- N::N ti N:N:N:N:N:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:-:..:.:..
Gail Russell
USN, son or'Mr.. and Mrs W. W. per will be observed at the evening K
Sport QuizCartoonThurs. Perry. service this Sunday. ::

Miss Rodriguez is at present a Attention Boys and Girls! The' -::;: Radio and Electric Service i
., & Fri., July 19 & 20 student at Barry: College, in Miami, girls will leave for Camp Osborne ,1-- :

"BKIXG OX THE GIRLS" while Mr. Perry is stationed in Monday morning at 8 a. m. All girls :: -:..
y with Veronica Lake Sonny Tufts Bainbridge, Maryland, as a Seaman. meet at the church. Don't be late. I_;_
F, : Latest News second-class, with the Navy Mrs. R. M. Bishop's car will take ::: Home and Auto Radio Parts and Tubes :: s
i 1 ..
you over. Boys will meet at the .;-
:! Saturday, July 21st ;1 JUDY DUXAWAY CELEBRATES church Wednesday at 1 p. m. Mr. ::: For All Makes *
'' 'itilrbsll'uU'ttnglh i BIRTHDAY I R. H., Crawford's car will take you -:- .-:...'
Peiturj i; i over. Don't be late. Girls will return :;:.
Walt DISNEY'S ( Judith' Ann (Judy) Dunaway cele- Wednesday afternoon and the -:- '!
;, brated her second birthday on Wed- :, boys Saturday. ::: ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES :j
nseday of last week at the home of''I Cottage ,
prayer meeting will b
e ? ::
( her mother, Mrs. Radford Dunaway.Judy's I i I I held at the home of Mrs.'Etta Frealy C_ Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures Wiring ::
.' I1 II I guests were. Patricia and Leiter in Hooker's Point Thursday ::: -
1 Ij 1 Roger Holobeck, Tommy Elliott, '; at 8 p. m. Let us make this a real: +: 1
In MuIHplan TECHNICOLOR Donna Gail Martin,
Dlttrlbuted bv i j Chester Winn,, I j joyful service and all those interested ::: s
RKO RADIO Wanda Meador and Dale, Rose 'and are cordially invited : ,
to at- '-
::1 Cartoon Lorraine Dunaway. I i I tend. :i: GEO. WEAVER and T. J. CASON :: i

I "MASK:: :MAItVEli": Judy's mother was assisted by '''I "That man is most happy as well .;-
No. 0 'I ::
' Fred Dunaway in serving refreshments I as, most useful, who most resembles ::: Telephone 163It'
! J1a ".:tE""il, ''aw- which carried out a red, the redeemer; that man will be most :;: --::-..
white and blue color scheme. I J
I happy who !
stoops from
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Gems of ThoughtA

Maneuvers in China
TRUE friend will appear Japanese A

such in leaving us to act

viction-will according to cherish our intimate this noble con Betray Fear of U. S. Invasion; I!I: !

ness of sentiment, will never Never wash china patterned in To remove the r
United Chart odor of fish from '
Nations PeaceReleased
wish to substitute his power for gold in water containing soda. I dishes, wash them in a strong hot :

our own. ______ > by Western Newspaper Union. -.- solution of salt in water, without --
Yes! to this thought I hold with firm (EDITOR'S NOTE: When opinions are expressed In these columns, they are those of Household sponges are kept the addition of soap.
persistence; Western Newspaper Union's news analysts and not necessarily of this newspaper.) fresh by soaking in salt water -.-

The last result of wisdom stampsit after they have been washed. Use cotton thread to mend leather -
true ,
He only earns his freedom and existence I/11T1 l -.- gloves. Silk thread will cut the
Powdered graphite, in lieu of leather and pull out again.

Who daily conquers them anew. oil, will keep door hinges from -.-
-GOETHE.Good :4. squeaking.A c
If water
your bucket
a.a springs a
breeding: consists In aa 1' 'c 1L. Iii -.- leak, don't throw it away. Paint it
concealing: how much we thinkof 1 S y ? dress form does not solve all to match your kitchen and use it

ourselves and how little we fitting difficulties. If you have for a waste paper can. Paste

think of the other person.-. r one, use it, though, _for locatingand decorative motifs on it if you like

Mark Twain.Holystones. checking direction of hem and and remove handle or let it remain -
seam lines.SEJfING. as desired.

c L

Monuments, Hence NameIn

Gay. Cross-Stitched Tea Towels

the navy, holystones were, until id6vJB29s .

recently, used to scrub and 7235 towels, he'll make even dish-dry-
clean wooden decks. But;the term ing fun!
are dropping propaganda leaflets as well as bombs on Japan. At
far back into the antiquityof o *
goes left, leaflet depicting Uncle Sam standing over Jap leader with planes and r- 0 *
naval lore. The stones
were ships, reads that warlords miscalculated American strength; in center, Elght-to-the-inch cross-stitch Is easy embroidery -
originally so named because frag- military clique is shown pulling nation down; and at right, native feudal R Pattern 7235 has a transfer of
ments of broken monuments from seven motifs 5;i by a Inches; stitches.
warrior is pictured battling modern U. S. weapons, with inscription quoting Send
Saint Nicholas church, Great Yar- your order to:
Jap sergeant on honor and logic of surrender.
,mouth, England, were used to
scrub the decks of the ships of the .4 I Sewing Circle Ncedlecraft Dept.
British PACIFIC: Although, no peace conference was 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, Ill I
navy. held at San Francisco, the United Enclose 16 cents for Pattern. '
In the British service they were .
Strategic Nations
postwar organization pro- No.__ i
"bricks.also known" as "ecclesiastical by both Chinese vided for international trusteeshipsover MQNDAYI Name iI I

and Japanese troops in China com- conquered enemy territory and: I .
the eventual attainment of selfruleor Address '
manded the shifting spotlight in the
Pacific, with the enemy seeking to independence for so-called "sub-, y I

strengthen his position on the ject" people. Under the arrange- r

Asiatic mainland against an ex- ments, the U. S. would be permittedto
retain Jap possessions for defensive t1 ,"
U. S. invasion. .
pected .
Fevered Japanese activity in bases until congress agreedto # M A K E g !i .I

China continued as Okinawa fell and turn them over to the peace or-

< the enemy reported the anchorageof ganization. ICE CREAM
100 Allied transports off the Ryu- In addition to providing for political -; i

kyus and the presence of an impres- and military action, an interna-' ;V t.HAPPY At home-Any flavor-Delicious-Smooth I

.. sive task fleet in Formosan waters. tional court of justice was set up -No ice crystals-No cooking-No reo
;& .iV y a for the settlement of legal disputes s whipping-No scorched FlavorEasytnexpensive20 I
'rh China in each 154
1 With Jap-occupied con- recipes
r: among nations, with the security Please send this ad for free full-size sam: ,
4Y.' r sidered a twin. defensive bas- council empowered to enforce deci pie offer,or buy from your grocer. ILOn110nUEBRY
tion along with the homeland, itself
sions. Special bodies looking towardthe
the enemy's movementsin !
social, as well as economic development -
the territory apparently were
: NpUIILa D of nations, also were es- Brand Homemade Ice Cream I
de designed to meet the threat of a -
Oli via Btos. Ft e' combined U. S. attack from sea inspiration, putting' STABiliZER I

Of be W surer" cads and Chinese assault on land, MONARCHY kitty to work at household ,
sttu end., recfommecth 1 1"Shaw : : L.LDNDDNDERRY.-835 HOWARD,SAN FRANCISCO 3,CAIII.K I
Tin b while also consolidating commu- Under Fire tasks; done in cross-stitch on tea
nication lines.
t one.hALOX.
With the opposition threatening
P R Reports from the mainland con-
virtual civil war if_ _King Leopold
flicted with the Chinese playing up
their assault on the big bomber baseat should return to

Liuchow previously lost to the his i throne in Belg Wonderful Flavor/ -
Japs, and the enemy emphasizing u m, Europe'stime *

1IIuJSuf/eil? action northeast of Hong Kong honored but

where they claimed to have foiled dimming institu-
\ tot root iota in run ir tion of monarchycame
the plans of 60,000 Chinese troops to _"JIP
E sl4 aid an American landing.
While the Nipponese maneuvered fire.Weakened

about in China, U. S. conquest of long
Okinawa made their overall positioneven a w ago by constitutional IC
more precarious, affording an
kingly has
excellent operational base for future authority

aerial, sea or land assaults on either King Leopold- assault come under in the heavy wakeof "The Grains Are Great Foods"E71.Yttt yp .
Japan itself or nearby enemy hold
World War II, particularly where eUogg'.Rice Krispies equal the whole ripe grain
Large BortlcU tMtt irrta*]'l!2-Small Size 60c ings, notably Formosa. underground elements resisting Ger- # R'I t 111 nearly aU the protective food elements declared
*emifl: III OUT IS IIIECTEI* Marked by some of the blood- claimed !t essential to human nutrition.
man occupation hold
aT III tOOl GtOt sloes or IT Hill ii ricilfl if|ilciHelEIL a on
IRDI CO.. In,.jmJOIIIUI C. flCtlil iest large-scale fighting of the the people. In the case of Greece, 1iS\ \ _
war, the Okinawa campaign cost George II finds himself unable to return -

.....- the Japs over 87,000 in dead to Athens because of internal
alone, with the usual small opposition; in Yugoslavia, Peter has

smattering of prisoners, who been forced to bow to the Partisan

failed to battle to the end like Tito, ex-metal worker; in Italy, Vic-

B-LfOI the majority. Though over- tor, Emmanuel was forced to retire
Take whelming U. S. air, sea and because of democratic politicians'

ground power doomed the ene- opposition to his countenancing of

my from the start, the Japs Fascism and put the monarchy in I
fought hard from cave-studded
Prince Umberto's none too firm or
terrain until the fall of the popular hands.

i CONSTIPATION Shuri line across the island deprived No weakling, Leopold has not / When singing mosquitoes and

them of strong natural been cowed by his opposition, seeking 1 / 711r stinging flies spoil your summer

' No matter how many medicinesyou defenses. Of 45,029 U. S. casual- to return with the support of the ) 1 : snooze Quick! Grab a Flit

! have tried for constipation, ties, 11,209 were killed or miss- strong Catholic'' party plus sym- /' gun-and shoot 'em dead!

we urge you to try B-L with the ing, and 33,769 wounded. pathetic elements from other politi- I This effective, pleasant-
understanding that B-L must smelling insecticide"knocks out"
cal parties. Though Britain has pro- /44j
bring you excellent results or UNITED NATIONS : fessed open neutrality in the Belgian -: dread, germ-laden malaria mosquitoes -

your only money as directed.back. Caution: Use Chart Peace dispute, Leopold's mother has C as well as flies

been active in his behalf in London, i 'and moths. Buyan
With final deliberations of the
par- where strong attachment to mon- ample supply oft
ley marked by concessions to the
archy continues to exist particularly FLIT, today! A
smaller countries, the United Na- ;: ,3
because of the opportunity it af-
tions whipped their
postwar peace fords for alliances
welding through
dad organization into shape at San Francisco
family relationships.
with major responsibility for

future" stability devolving upon the RECIPROCAL TRADE: / KILLS FLIES,MOTHS ,m ,
Big Five the U. S., Britain, AND MOSQUITOES -
Pass New
Russia, France and China. The pact Copr.l945StancoIiicorconUdVACATION

must now be ratified by member Termed by Pres. Harry S. Tru-

IF SO countries. man "of the first order of impor- DrSeuss
Right to air a grievance before tance for the success of my administration -
the all-powerful security council bul- ," the bill extending the re-

medical profession knows that warked by the Big Five as perma- cipocal trade act for three years
though a person may be cured of com- nent members, and the privilege to ,and authorizing the chief executiveto
mon malaria they may have it come discuss all matters falling within in- cut tariff levels 50
back on them. So, if you are once more per cent below
feeling tired run down have pains in ternational relations, were the two existing levels was passed by both
back and legs, feel weak and bilious,no .
appetite and nervous-though chills and prerogatives won by the smaller house and senate.
fever haven't struck you yet and you nations in the closing sessions of By a 54 to 21 vote, the senate sent
have common malaria-it doesn't pay to the after Russian : Y
parley the bill
take any chances. Try a bottle of Oxi-; opposition. to the White House for signature -
dine. Oxidine is made to combat malaria. Despite the smaller nations' last after defeating an effort to

give blood you cells.iron If to the help first creation bottle doesn't of red minute victories, however, chief strike the President's tariff cutting

satisfy you your money will be returned. powers of the postwar peace organ-I authority from the legislation. Be-
Oxidme has been used for over 50 years. ization remain in the hands of the' cause some duties already have .
Get a bottle today at drug ,# "
your store.
Big Five, with virtually they alone been slashed 50 per cent below the

able to arbitrate disputes, impose Smoot-Hawley schedules of 1930 under '
economic sanctions to bring poten- the previous reciprocal trade ()

tial aggressors in line and call up act, total reductions of 75 per cent GRANDEUR ABOVE THE CLOUDS
the international air, sea and ground will now be IN COOL,
SAVE YOUR SCRAP forces to enforce Conversely Though SWIM, GOLF, RIDE HORSEBACK, DANCE, HIKE l
peace. the
Republican minority of this WORLD FAMOUS RE i
the refreshing luxury
Come live and enjoy
TO HELP GAIN any of the Big Five could veto bitterly opposed the bill on the SORT.; No need of your own automobile. Lookout Mountain Hotel cabs meet i j
such action. grounds that it would countenance a all trains and buses in nearby Chattanooga. Swimming pool, golf, archery |.
Creation of the international tennis and shop. America's most beautiful! patio open[ evenings
ICTORYN.kYA air, flow of cheap goods to the U. S. in beauty gown
and with dancing beneath starlit skies to the famous Lookout Mountain Orchestral I
sea ground force
a gen- detriment to American producers, and prm ,
::;Rates $12.00 and up daily, including meals, tennis swimming
Old eral military staff with regional administration forces experienced ileges. (Specialfamily and seasonal rates Write to Lookout Mountain Hotel; ..
1 METAL, RAGS, branches marked the first time in little difficulty pushing the measure Lookout Mountain,Tenn Phone 3.1742 Chattanooga. Open May to October!

I ; RUBBER and PAPER history that such an organization through as a step toward international LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HOTEL3.JOHNLITTLEOREENManager,
i l 'I had been established. economic co-operatioa.


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Board Names- Hon. F. Elgin Bayless, Chairman, j direction to the Southeast corner of of Miner seconded by Evers, called 323 County Judge, fees and costs,
State Road Department in regard to Section 11, Township 48 S., Range and carried, that the estimated expenditures -I $3,200.00.

progress on the Harrisburg road. 33 E, approximately. 36 miles. as prepared by the Boardbe 324 Justice of the Peace, $600.00. .-
(Continued from Page 2) Motion by Commissioner Evers, Group 'No.2' advertised in the Hendry County .

Whidden, W. E. Dyess, Harvey S. seconded by Commissioner Miner 4. Beginning at the Southwest News, the newspaper designated 325 Sheriffs, fees and costs, com-
? Dyess, Dennis Dana, W. M. Kirt- that the following list of roads be corner of Section 21, Township 45 I by the Board for Its legal publica- missions, bailiff, deputies and at-
land, Charles H. Murray. approved as Federal Aid Secondary S.. Range 29 Es at the intersectionof tions, each item of which is to be i tendance on courts, $10,800.00.
I have personally examined and do highways in Hendry County, and that the Felda Road and State Road taken up, considered and acted upon I 3281 Witness Fees, $200.00.
hereby select each of the said 35 the list with legal descriptions be No. 164, thence East 2 miles, thence separately at the next regular 3282 Jurors Fees, $100.00.
:names for jury duty. forwarded to the State Road Depart- South 1 % miles, thence East 1 mile meeting of the Board on Tuesday, I 329 Other Court Costs and Fees,
A. J. EVERS ment at once. Motion carried. Listas 1 to the Felda depot, approximately August 7, 1945. Estimates as follows $300.00. .

C. E. MINER follows: 4 Jmiles.. : 362 Feeding and Care of Prisoners -..

ASA TOWNSENDJ. Group No. 1 5. Beginning on the quarter section I I General Kevenue Fund $2,800.00.
O. DAVIDSONR. 1. Beginning at the intersection'I I line Section 33, Township 45 211 Salaries and mileage County I 699 Contingencies and Emergencies -.

B. WALDRON. of Francisco Street and State Road ,; S., Range 29 E, at the intersectionwith I Commissioners, 500000. $500.00.
. 1 H. G. Atchley, S. L. Burhans, No. 25, Townsite of Clewiston. thence I State Road 164, thence east I 212 Salary of Clerk to Board, $2- Total1880000.
"Neely Davis, E. B. Fortson, Cecil E. 700.00. I Road and Bridge Fund
South on Francisco Street to the I two miles to the intersection of the I
\p I Grainger, Frank P. Gibbs, J. N. intersection with Sonora Avenue, Felda Road approximately 2 miles.i 219 Attorney to Board and Sheriff I 413 Bridge Tender, 90000.
Hall, Alvin Hester. M. W. Hilliard, thence East on Sonora Avenue to the I 6. Beginning at the Collier Coun-, 156000. 415 Labor, $10,000.00. '
C. F. Lancaster, J. H.. Luke, C. C. I 221 Clerk Circuit $60.00. 422 Maintenance of Equipment.
intersection with what is known as ner of Section 19, Township 48 S., Court
TVTcGowin, J. W. McDaniel, Sr., J. the Hooker Point Road, thence east-!Ity line at or near the northeast cor-I 224 Tax Assessor, commissions, $2,500.00.
W. McDaniel, Jr.. M. H. Perry Ar- erly and Northeasterly on the Hooker Range 31 E, thence East a distanceof $1,930.00. 423 Gasoline and Oil, $2,200.00.
thur Peters, W. S. Shoults, Homer I 225 Tax Collector commissions, 424 Supplies and Incidentals, $1-
Point Road to the intersection,[ 8 miles to Section 21, Township .
M. N. Taylor, M. L. Taylor,
Taylor, with State Road No. 25, in the NE !:I 48 S., Range 32 East, approximately $1,950.00. ] 200.00.
U. R. Tanner, Pete Townsend, J. B. Corner of Section 24, 'Township 431 8 miles. 241 Maintenance of courthouse, 429 Rent of Equipment, $1.000.00. .-
Thomas Emory Taylor, Gilbert Taylor .
S., Range 34 E, approximately 5 Group No. 3 350000. .
; ,' C. O. Willis, Mark White, LeonA. |i 261 Elections I
E. B. miles. 7. Beginning at the intersection and Supervisor of 432 Bridge Material, $3,800.00.
-. Willis, James Weathersbee.. 2. Beginning at the North approach -i of the Keri Road with State Road Registration, $1,400.00. I 472 Road Machinery, $6,000.00.
Hull, J. P. examined and do of the LaBelle Bridge span I No. 164 at the Southwest corner of 262 Legal Advertising and Expenses 494 Payment to Cities $1,000.00.
have personally
j select each of the said 31 ning the Caloosahatchee River :n the NWVi Section 4, Township 45 $450.00. 699 Contingencies and Emergen-,
hereby 42 S. 29 E thence East 2663 Advertising Delinquent Taxes des, $1,000.00..
for jury duty.J. Section 32, Township .S Range Range to the
names 0. DAVIDSONASA 29 E, thence westerly on what isj i j Southwest corner of NW Ida of Section $100.00. Total-$29,600.00.
TOWNSENDA. known as the North River Road to I 2, Township 45 S., Range SO 264 Expenses, tax delinquent Courthouse Bond Interest and Sinking

J. EVERSC. the Southwest corner of Section 18, E, a distance of 8 miles. Lands $50.00. Fund 1943-4C
E. MINERR. Township 43 S., Range 28 E, to the I 8. Beginning at the intersectionwith 269 Administrative Supplies. and 761 Interest 'on Bonds Outstanding -
B. WALDRON. Lee County line approximately 11 the Denaud Road and State Expenses, $2,500.00. 120000.

STATE OF FLORIDA ) miles. Road 25 at or near the Northwest 341 Maintenance of Jail, $100.00. 762 Bonds Maturing; $6,000.00.

3. Beginning at the intersectionof I corner of the SWVt Section 27, 361 Coroners Inquest. Fees and 763 Commissions. and Expense.

COUNTY OF HENDRY ) the Devils Garden Road and State I Township 43 S., Range 28 E, thence Costs, $100.00. $10.00.
Before me, the undersigned authority Road No. 25 at the Northeast cor- north and northerly to the Denaud 537 Maintenance of County Ceme- Total-$7,210.00.

personally appeared J. O. ner of Section 16, Township 43 S.,I Postoffice, a distance of 2 % miles. teries, $600.00. Publicity Fund
B. E thence South The Board of Commissioners 562 Insanity Inquest, $100.00. 685 Money to be
: Davidson, Charles E. Miner, R. Range 32 a distance County expended for
Waldron, A. J. Evers and Asa Town- of 20 miles on what is knownas of Hendry County, Florida, hav- 563 General Welfare, 3000.00 publicity purposes, $1,000.00. ,
send; as and constituting the Boardof the Devils Garden Road, to the ing completed its work in the pre-I 681 County Agent (Salary and Veterans Service Officers Fund

County, Commissioners of Hen- Southeast corner of Section 21, paration of its estimates of the necessary -j I Expense) $2,000. Salary Service Officers, supplies

dry County, Florida, who being first Township 46 S., Range 32 E, thence and ordinary expenses, and I 699 Contingencies and Emergen- and equipment, 300000.
duly sworn by me, on oath depose East on the Section line to the all special and extraordinary expenditures -j. cies, $1,000.Total Motion by Evers seconded by

and say: That pursuant to the pro- Northeast corner Section 28, Town- contemplated during the -$28,100.00. Miner that the Board adjourn. Mo-
visions of Section 41.01 of the Flor- ship 46 S., Range 33 E, thence Southon fiscal year, commencing October 1, Fine and Forfeiture Fund tion carried.

ida Statutes, 1941, they did gather the Section line to the Northeast 1945, to September 30, 1946, as 321 Clerk Circuit Court, fees and'f J. O. DAVIDSON,
and meet together in the regular corner Section 9, Township 47 S., I required by law, it was upon motion costs, 30000. Chairman.
place of the said Board of i "
meeting ------------ ----------- ------------ ------------------- ---- ---------- --------- -
County Commissioners of Hendry ,- .r .- .--- v .. ..-. .-_ _..... _---.., _

r 't County, Florida, at the Court Housein :r-- -
LaBelle, Florida on the 3rd day

.J of July, 1945, and being then and : \ :..,. ., -> :- '
there assembled and convened: in : : : :
session, did then and there proceedto : : ,: < t::':: ;

select from the male persons who I i

are qualified to serve as jurors in .:; :r
Hendry County, Florida, a list of The South's Great Future =
exactly Two Hundred and Fifty (250)) I .
( names of persons to be placed in the DEAN\ PAUL W. CHAPMAN" of the UP AND D-OWN :
jury box of the County Judge's Courtin of Georgia; is a close'student :
of Southern and national trends.
and for Hendry County, Florida, -

for the year 1945-1946; that thepersons from which in appear Sales Management on this page, extracts today, T H E C OA .SI LINE I 1 :I I
so selected to be"placed up- predicts a great future for the. South
If on the said jury list, and placed after the war.: *'
thereon, in addition to other and -
More and more people are making
qualifications required by
I ;,
law, are such persons whom
undersigned Board of County Commissioners Editorial fromRlCHMONDVA.

under a personal selec- .) TIMES-DISPATCH,_ f jf
tion made by them, and each and all N' ,

of them, did find and determine to : :ur I
be. and have good reason to believe, i
are law abiding citizens of approved !

integrity, good character sound I II I

judgment and intelligence, and who 1

r. are not physically or mentally infirm A THENS, Ga.-Paul W. Chap- great during the past 10 years. tr4 I
; that the said list of persons ; zTLman, dean of the College of It will go forward much more b '
i was personally selected by them .f Agriculture, University of Georgia rapidly in the future. With anything
and each and all of them, in their is author of am article in the like full-scale employment ;
'' ;i capacity as members of the Board of If f you are Interested magazine Sales Management in in the United States as a whole,
4i County Commissioners of Hendry in industrial plant sites or which he foresees vast postwar the rate of economic advancement
' marketing expansion in the South (in the South) will be phenomenal, I
County: Florida, in open meeting; as distribution facilities" in the '
\ under adverse business con-
possessing all the ,qualifications required even
Southeast shall be "
we glad to ditions .
n-; by law as recited above and In the article entitled "New
I recommend suitable locations. *" *"
otherwise of Marketing Opprtunities I see tit
according to the best
Our research staff is also avail- .4'p' As to potential Southern purchasing -
', Developing in the South, Dean
their respective knowledge, infor-
4 able for timely and comprehensive Y outlines power, Chapman cited the in
Chapman 10 reasons why
mation and belief; that the said list fact that the Federal Reserve Bank of%z
studies, with respect to industrial' he thinks the South will lead the
hereto attached being 1 to has issued
pages of Atlanta more new of '
: inclusiye, signed and verified by possibilities i in our territory. Your { .$ nation business in, agricultural the postwar and upsurge indus to money-in relation to previous issues -
them inquiries will receive prompt ;. .'r trial prosperity. They are: -than any bank in the entire
hereby.J.. O. DAVIDSON, and confidential attention. :r 1. More paved roads Federal Reserve System since $
N Chairman Board of Address J. M. Fields Assistant' .f .r 1940; and the Federal Reserve The '
2. More airports and planes. Richmond stood second.
I County Commissioners of Vice-President I Wilmington, N. C. f:1: ti 3. More rural electrification. *" *"
Hendry County, Florida. 4. More refrigeration M s .. +,
C. E. MINERR. / ,! 5. Increased use of power and The Georgia agricultural expert tll
i listed the following industries as mi' ; >.
B. WALDRONA. 'f; machinery 1
record of
leading the way to a era
6. Increased need for farm build
J. EVERS ,,. 0.011N4 \ i n ings and equipment Southern marketing expansion and am i
ASA TOWNSEND, general economic prosperity following for ''
7. Larger farms. .
County Commissioners .of TL RTtC'o 4k" 8. Livestock expansion the war: Pd '
Hendry County, Florida. OAST'' 9. MarketingsuppliesandequipBox factories, handle factories,
Sworn to and subscribed before HE' ment. post treating plants, millworkplants ea'
r .'' me this 2nd day of July. A. D.1945. 94'cr 10. Small industry equipment. excelsior plants, naval ;
PAP % mills mills s '
N WILLIAM T. HULL, stores, grist, paper ,
.. *
YA plants, seafood canneries rt.v'
Clerk of the Circuit rayon
L- Court, "The back of the old-time, one- feed mills,glass factories,potteries, of In1
Hendry County, Florida. 5'v crop,, tenant-sharecropper system hatcheries, brickyards, cement- 'a
Motion by Miner seconded by of farming has been broken," he block plants, quarries, rug making,
I Evers that the Board recess until N 's writes. Progress has been very farm, tool plants and tanneries. in .
Thursday, July 5, 1945. Motion 1 r ',y Vlll r '
_- carried.

} Chairman. ;

' fti The Board of County Commissioners Clerk. I 1, ;.:.:::::.:iT.:: ;,.... .

+ of Hendry County, Florida, recon- FLA s
i vened on Thursday, July 5, 1945 at :f,1Lr; } ;
the Courthouse in LaBelle, 'Florida, Ji; : .. /
:, ..... ; .... ., ..;. ATLANTIC
\ as per adjournment on Monday, July 1--: :,<:,:,::1, .. .. \.'.. .... ,.. :::.,

t H ""2, 1945 present with: Chairman the following, J. O. Davidson members -- i';;I;: :. }::; .;$jf. j; i; il 'C OAST II N E -

I ... :, ., ......,.,,. ... w'
j i Charles E. Miner, R. B. Wal- ; <'.f.-/:: : : > ':':<<':" ;: : ":
I 'xlron, A. J. Evers, Asa Townsend and .tt t: l y;j :fti.:::"' :..:J[ ;i ll 'J:
1 H. A. Rider, attorney and William 'r. RAILROAD I

Hull, cleric BUY WAR BONDS NOW .
A representative of the P. & H.

; :. j\ Dragline Co., appeared before the
I .: .I Board in regard to selling the County -
a dragline and after discussion ... .
the following motion was made: Mo"J' -
'. t tion by Evers seconded by Waldron SERVING AMERICA'S NEW FRONTIERri
!i'"J'i that the representative of the P. &
' H. Dragline Company proceed with H- !(
I L; I !, \ the priority application. view to
purchase ---- --- --
LI : r a dragline. Motion carried I ;

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acre unit the year around, present Capo Mayer and Hardage.ClewKton I LEADING HITTERS Clewiston 120, 20 .160
Clubs Support I
experience indicates. -- i I Al). If. AVC'i ._-
Crochet said some of the aims ,cf Town H. F. :3 \ LEAGUE
War Against Japan the corporation in maintaining the 5, Young. H. S. 17 7 .412 !i STANDINGS I
four pure-blood herds are: 1. To The Clewiston Town' Team rated i Baum n(>, l\I. H. 20 8 10J : W. L. Pet. ;
the lowest in the league and on the Kennedy, 1\1. H.-'.' 23 9 .391 U. S. '
Hamilton Holt, nationally known demonstrate to Florida cattlemen S. C. 7.2 '.777 "
verge of folding, came out with a Hardie. C. ---
granite manufacturer and newly that a good job can be done with Gd. 18 7 .389 C. H. S. 6 3 .666
elected president of Kiwanis International -I any of the four leading beef breeds gem of a short stop and first baseman Hundertmark, sa 13 5 '.385 Clewiston .Gds. r 5 3 .625 '
and handed the champion FlY- Harben, H. S. 24 9 .375 Riddle -
declared today that 2,300 under improved local conditions. ". 5. 4. '.555
Iviwanla: clubs throughout the United I I 2. To get some trace or indication -: ers their fourth defeat. The Flyers Pape, H. S. .--.1. 26 9 .348 I Clewlston ; 2. 5 .285
States and Canada yill continue to of which of the four breeds are took the lead in the first inning and McLeod, SC ':' 23 .8 .348 1\1., Haven 2 6 .250
I held it until the fifth when the Town Hallock, R F.
actively; support the war against best adapted to Florida conditions : 25 8.320 Belle Glade Gds. 2 66 .250 j
I Team went wild with 5 hits and 5 Lee B. G. Gds \
23. 8 ..333'TEAM
.):l1tan until victory has been achieved. I once the cattle have been provided
(' runs to put the game on ice. Blount -
with improved'range. / !
i held the Flyers; to 2 hits In winning ,
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Elected at a wartime council !I| 3. To play its part in the further his second game of the year. With BATTING I "' -.aiiasaQII.
meeting in Chicago, Holt succeeds I I development- of the now great Florida the help of McTavlsh at short and I Ab. IL''e..i Thc: WINDSOR ;.:
Ben Dean, Grand Rapids advertising cattle industry by making avail- 10LLYWOCD SEACH FtORIOAto. >jI
Hayes at first, the Town Team prom- :
executive, as president of the I able registered seed stock of the four ises to break the hearts of the higher C. H. S. 239 '58 .2431:; i .. .1:Off rOY. nc.,1OtI LY N.Yq'Yld f.n.....eII.. ;,
service organization which embraces. popular beef breeds which have been rated teams. M. Haven .213 45 .211 ,PHI." urn ee natm fiN :
the two B. G. Gds. 217 44 .-... I
150,000 members in countries. bred and raised under Florida con- .203 I
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ditions and which are fully acclimated. u. S. S. c. 202 41 .203 .U,1f'$1MY.
| t S ft T tests. ".......
Holt. who resides at Macon and isj; Clew. 00005UU5'7 4 Clewiston Guards 179 34 189 QlisIIaQ lIQi. :1
Flyers 30000003 2. 0 Riddle F.
Associated Indus- 242 45 .182 ;
president of the 4. To speed the upgrading ofFlorida's

tries of Georgia, has long been ac-, cattle so that a better Batteries: Blount and Whidden: ...,' ""' ''11'c...= _. ;;. "" .
live in southern business circles. He quality of feeder steers will be Greenberger and Waters;
also is a member of the Governor's I available for the company's steer tI I I
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War 'Council and the State Commission -I feeding program. I If You WishGUARANTEED
to Revise the Georgia Constitu- 5. To demonstrate' that coinci- :
I 13
tion, a trustee of Mercer University I dental with the up-grading of cattle, Madam La RosePALMIST
:Macon, Ga., and vice chairman of Florida can economically produce
the committee on Group Cooperation '
choice quality beef equal to the natlon's -
for the National Association of
best on Florida produced i
'Manufacturers. feeds. i! SO TEARS EXPERIENCE *Automotive Repair Service '
In his inaugural address, Holt .' ---
urged Kiwanians to throw their i :{Machine Work f
League ID .
weight behind the San Francisco It yon an Ir

charter "for -a world peace organiza. trouble, doubt :{
or fear, do not Painting and Body Repair Service ;-' ,
ttlno, to care for returning service (Continued from Page 1) ,
wen and ,,women, and "to do everything and winning run on 2nd and 3rd.with fall to ue thLi .
possible to protect and main- two out when a drive was hit gl She fted'trill, tadr.call I Genuine Ford Repair PartsSEE '-i.,

tain our democratic form of govern- to right field that looked to be a'' and JH
ment." N sure hit but little Sammy' took after !iI .. loved yon one 700 fcrnnm I ..

Two prominent physicians and a I it and made a sensational shoe string *. I ,-
west coast mercantile chain store catch that ended the game. Har-' b

operator will serve as vice-presi- ben's only worries were Lee and No one In trouble turned away. I HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS
Guards who both collected For white or coloi-edi wok tot
dents and treasurer of Kiwanis International Capo of the ; hand ileix.NEAK.
for the ensuing year. 2 for 3. i ,
Ford Sales and Service
They are-Dr. A. F. Branton, Willmar, 123456 7 R II K CORNER STORE I
:3finn.:: and Dr. Jesse K. Bigelow, C. H. S. 0, 2 0 0 0 0. 2 4 9 0 I PHONE 93 CLEWISTON; FLORIDA
SLesthbridge, Alta. vice-presidents Guards 30000003 5 0 South Clewiston

tram the United States and Canada Batteries: Harben and Conklin?; .I -- i I -
respectively, and J. N. Emerson ,

Pullman, Wash., treasurer. I
Trustees reelected are: J. Bel- y r -

mont Mosser, St. Marys, Pa. George

'J!. Lowe, Ogden, Utah, Roy F. Cooke, i
Orange, Mass.. and Fount H. Rion, tu
Palatka, Fla. New members of the
board include Dr. Benjamin W. Blake, t
w/ .
Oakland, Calif., Lee F. Campbell, '
Uliddlesboro, Ky., and John E.- Gor-

such,Denver, Colo.' ] OIL ON TROUBLED WATERS '

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( from page 1) A spreading oil slick brief marker for the death of a .,

Ito such grasses as Tifton 35 and 99, gallant American tanker. and for immortal merchant %
carpet, Para, St. Augustine,._ Bahia, .- 44
'Digit, Dallas and Pensacola Bahia. .. seamen who defied the wolf-packs to get the precious oil i

!Maximum and complete sod has not through our fighters and their allies >
been obtained yet on the entire

'pasture, but once effected, the acreage e r burned "
-\ > 7&t Gone are the days when our merchant ships, helplesslyin f'
will be capable of maintaining rJa %1't .
"better than one head of cattle per 2i sight of the South Florida coast the wolf-packs no

.. longer roam the Atlantic.
According to Pathfinder Magazine, _

diseases of the heart, America's No. We lost millions of tons of gasoline, and oil to enemy
3. killer, will come in for more research -I
through an annual half' million I submarines, but millions more got through in time to speedthe N.

dollar fund from the Life Insurance day of Victory in Europe. -
Association of America.

<. o : F t' :< The men of the tankers still have a big job to do. They must

Failure of the legislature to carry twice as much gasoline and oil twice as far to our
"reach any agreement on the questionof ,

reapportionment has already cost I 4 ;y. r' F.. troops in the Pacific. .
the taxpayers of Florida over $50- :;

000 and they are still hopelessly I; : And when Victory Everywhere has been achieved, fuel oil \ ;.,!
'deadlocked. ..
y k na r will have much to do with shaping the world of tomorrow % ..

for fuel oil IS a builder, too. r ; ,

! ;' :2i h\'kV' ,'.4 The Belcher Oil Company proudly continues to supply fuel -"

.t. u' oil to our Navy and Merchant Marine while planningfor t

the new world a-coming in which fuel oil

Cctifaildlt will share in building jobs and security for all! :

Belcher's busy on the home front, too!

Supplying prompt metered delivery I ,

i k?. r- e r ; R. .;' .,, service to all users of fuel oil, from the .

,. y. ; 's, 3 smallest homes to South Florida largest "

4 4 hotels and industrial plants.If ;

::f ,I y rM may';:, it's fuel oil or oil-burning equipment, ,

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