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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 20, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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\OLUME 1C-NUiMBEll 45 CLIJWISTOI'LUIIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1943 SUnSUIIU'TJOX-J2.; : 11AtiIrF

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r Observation PostIs EVANS IS Club Car RemovedBy
COUNTY OVER QUOTA QUENTIN CONSTRUCTION OF

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Being Razed By Recent


ON E BONDS; FALLS Memories of a few short years back NEW PRINCIPAL OF Edict Of ODTThe SCHOOL BUILDING



# DOWN ON OVERALL when observation patriotic post citizens for twenty-four manned an CLEWISTON SCHOOL several club years car, ,has which made for the the train past I' ,HAS BEEN ,STARTEDGround

hours each day to report the flightof
trip between Clewiston and Jacksonville
and
fro this
planes to over area
C. V. Parkinson, chairman of the were stirred this week when work- Prof. Quentin Evans of Romney, a pleasure rather than a was broken last week by

Hendry County War Finance Com- men began tearing down the obser- West Virginia, has been elected by I trial, was removed last Saturday un- the Paul H. Smith Construction

mittee, reported this week that the vation tower which was erected on the Hendry County Board of Pub- der the new edict of the Office of Company for the construction of the

county reversed itself in the Seventh the highway at San Benito Street lic Instruction to serve as principalof Defense Transportation and will be new building just east of the present

War Loan drive, concluded July 7, When the war broke out there wasa Clewiston schools for the 1945- off until travel restrictions are re- high school building to be used as a

by oversubscribing its quota of "E" great deal of nervousness along 46 term, it, was announced, this week laxed. cafeteria, cannery and two needed
bonds and falling down on the overall the Atlantic seaboard and observa- by Dr. C. E. Weaver, county super- This order is to,the effect that all classrooms.

i ,quota. tion posts were quickly set up and intendent. Pullman cars were"to be taken off Inclement weather and a shortage

' : In most of the previous campaigns manned by civilian volunteers. The Prof. Evans will succeed Prof. M. runs ,of less than five" hundred miles of skilled labor has made progress

t the overall quota has been topped razing of the post here is a reminder R. Stroud who has been principalhere and put into a pool for use wher- rather slow 'to date but the concrete

,; by considerable margin and the that there is no longer need to for the past two terms and will ever worst needed during the present :!- foundation footings are now in place
'
4IE" bond quotas have usually been fear enemy airplanes from the east. go elsewhere this year. His new location emergency when every facilityis and forms have been built for the

somewhat below the quota set. In In fact the post has) not been man- has not' been learned.E. needed for the transportation of concrete wall which rests on these

this drive,' with the largest "E" bond ned for many months for long before M. Cornette, chairman of thecoun"ty troops.It footings. ,

quotas yet given, the county over- the Germans laid down their arms board, is away on vacationbut is probable that the emergencywill C. W. Kendall is in charge of the

subscribed by 7.6 per cent its $64- the Army Air Force had' become so it is understood that he has ,been not last long and that in a few construction work on the new build-

carrying on a correspondence with weeks the club car will again be
000 quota.A strong that there was little to fear
complete report had not :yet from the German Luftwaffe this far Prof. Evans for several weeks andis making its regular runs. Until then ing.The building is located betweenthe

been worked up to 'show the county away from their' home bases. very' well impressed by his qualifications -! those who have forgotten what a present high school building and

credits on the overall quota but The material in the tower will be for the position.Sottball : train trip is by day coach to Jacksonville the basketball court and will face on

failure of some large purchasers of I used by the city for the repair of will be able to refresh their San Pedro Street. The entrance wlil

corporation issues had resulted in bridges.!!! memories and be better able to ap- be into a wide corridor to the left

,t the county falling down considerably LeagueHarbin preciate the club car when it returns. of which will be the' two classrooms

: in its quota. Work Locks At and to the right the cafeteria and
On
""- But it was the "E" bond sales Kennedy Is SpeakerAt kitchen which is one, large room

which were particularly stressed in Ortona ScheduledTo Registers 2nd No-Hitter divided by a serving counter. Can-

this drive and the state and I Frankie Harbin collected his sec Weekly' MeetingOf ning equipment is to be placed in
End 24thThe ond no-hitter, when CHS nosed out the
; -- al quotas were nation-I July kitchen. A screened porch will
the Clewiston Guards by a score of Kiwanis ClubJohn ,
run along the back
of the
well as those of thirty-eight of the building
; 2-1. Harbin's perfect game was -- for the full length of the kitchen.
sixty-seven Florida counties. The work of painting and repairof I
spoiled when Tom Malone blastedone N. Kennedy, agricultural Overall dimensions of the building
drive set a record for Florida to date -
the lock structure at, Ortona
,
down third that
Pape didn't 1
with sales of 175.8 per cent on the agent for the Atlantic Coast Line are 98 % feet length and 50 feet,
started just after completion of the properly handle. This error followed i
eight inches width. The kitchen
overall quota and 106.4% of its "E" '
I Railway, who is spending a short
bond quota.. Brevard county ranked I work on the locks and ''hurricane one on Twiddy at short let the will be approximately' 21, by 49 feet
Gds have their only tally. The H.S. I time in this area, was guest speakerat
first in the sale of "E" bonds with gate here, is scheduled to be 'con I and the cafeteria 29 by 49. Very 6
Lee county a close second. Hendryand scored their runs in the'second" and the weekly meeting of the Ki-' little lumber is being used in the
cluded on July 24, it was stated this fifth. !
one other county were tied for wanis Club at the Inn Wednesday building, the outer walls and partitions -
week by A. R. Broadfoot; engineer ,' I
BOX SCORE ,
I to be of concrete block
36th and 37th place and neighboring evening. !,I :: stuccoed -
', Glades in charge of the Clewiston sub- 12345G7R H E j r outside and painted inside. The
county fell down one- "
I Mr. Kennedy, graduate of Iowa I
a
:-0 :. tenth of a percentage point to take office of the U. S. Engineers. C. H. S. 01001002 5 3 j floor will be of'concrete and the
State school of agriculture, gave a'
'. 38th place.Three i However Mr. Broadfoot pointed Gds. 00000011 0 0 roof will be a concrete slab built up
i rains Batteries: Harbin and Conkling; most interesting account of the work I with asphalt and
I out, 'almost daily have slowed gravel. Only the
of railway agricultural agent., He '
a
Albaugh and Kentecki.: :
down painting work and it may be I ceilings of the rooms are to be' plastered -
Men Leave / told of the many different areas I
that opening of the structure will i
I Clcwiston Gds. 13, Belle .G. Gds. 5 where he was ca'Iled upon by farm-
: I be delayed for a couple of days unless It had been understood that cover-
For Army Service ers for information, much of which '
Clewiston Guards invaded the
it is possible to catch up with ed cloisters would be built to 'connect -
he did not have, at hand but was almost I
lost time. The work was about 35 Belle Glade camp Sunday and handed the building with the other two

ly Three, Clewistoirjnen left on Wed- per cent complete the first' of the their arch rivals the worst shel- always able to procure from school buildings but thel'..*present

._ '. -Ilesdv! .OJ) t w. lc-lfbr Camp.Bland ,\, e k...,.,- ,*,:?-, .tit s? -. lacking that has been' dished- out to the extensive files maintained; inJacksonville I contract does not provide for these /
'.- ing for 'mductioir into the 'Army. About 150of' the180, German, a: .team: this half7 Belle Glade boys I ., :He. told of'thericul-: cloisters. It may be"" that these will

;: After induction and physical examinations prisoners of; war who have been put on a juggling act 'with the ball tural bulletins published weekly and I be built later with funds obtained

>" there they will go to Fort made available to the Engineers, are that added up to nine errors and distributed to farmers and through from the bond issue.

-' _McPherson, Ga., for assignment.The at work on this structure. The remaining greatly 'aided in the large score. newspapers to farmers all over the
Luther Seal- Woods of ClewJston came out of his state. Oneitem in this bulletin, he I
three men were: thirty are being used to MARTHA JEAN NOWLING

ey, Neolin Jones and Eldon L. Hol- salvage surface, rock from the lake current batting slump and poundedout said, brought 2200 letters in 1'-1, HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY

oubek. near Clewiston and this rock will 3 hits for 5 trips to the plate. sponse. (i

I be used for making repairs to the Second baseman Smith of Belle The work of the agricultural Martha Jean Nowling, daughter of

Mrs. Stewart's Car revetment along the toe of the levee Glade played errorless ball and increased agent, Mr. Kennedy stated, is not to I Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling, cele-

near Liberty Point. This revetmentwas I his average at the plate by be confused with" the work of ,a so brated her fifth birthday Tuesday

. Stolen Thursday; Is originally built of ,concrete but collecting 2 for 3. licitor. He makes no effort to seek afternoon with a party at the Com-

in places has been broken and washed 12345G7UHB freight shipments for his line and munity Center. A color scheme of

Found In Fort PierceThree so that some new rip-rapping id I Clew. 026202113 7 1 says he is even unfamiliar with pink and green was carried out. Fol-

necessary. The rock will be placed Belle G. 1001012 5 7 9 I freight rates. His work is to pro- lowing .an hour of playing games,,

boys, judged about fifteen down to an elevation of 12.0. Batteries: Capo, Schulman and mote agricultural activity along the I the children were served ice cream

years of age and thought to have Work on the St. Lucie locks near Hardage; Spudic, Albaugh and Ken- ACL routes and thus indirectly, I and cake, and eacl' child received a

been from Belle Glade, stole the Stuart is scheduled to start on July tecki. benefit the freight shipments over wax whistle and a miniature flagas
30 schedule Double Header Sunday the lines. favors.
LL Dodge sedan belonging to Mrs. El- providing the is met at
; bert Stewart from the highway east I' Ortona. So far the schedule of repair Sunday afternoon, July 22, at Cpl. Jack Martinez was a guest at Attending were Lamar McLendon, !

of town Thursday morning. The car' work on the hurricane gates Sugarland Park, the Glades League the meeting. Martha Christine Hare, Glenda Sue

has been met.MidSummer. will feature a double-header. Mel Etherton, "Hank" Thompson, Bon-
was found by officers in Fort Pierce
- last night out of gas and it has not I Pape's fighting H. S. ten will be pit- BONNIE FAY DURRENCE IS nie Fay Durrence, Billie Sue Crow,
ted against Rip Collins' champion Jennings Ezelle, Marilyn Hancock,
been learned whether or not the boys:! Dance RING BEARER AT WEDDING
" ::4 'have been ,apprehended. Flyers, and the Belle Glade Guards Elsie Anderson, Patsy Elder, Jay
' Postponed Until I will match their skill against the Bartz, Helen Prewitt, Christine Hut-
Mr. and Mrs. Durrence and
had
Mrs. Stewart driven to the Foy '
league leading Sugar Company team. son, Eric and Karl Larsen, Lief
I farm early Thursday morning to do 'daughter, Bonnie Fay, attended the
August llth Frankie Harbin will be trying for Johnson, Warren Brown, Judy and
some work and left the car parkedon wedding in Fort Myers Tuesday nightof
the hat trick of 3 consecutive no-hit I Mary Catherine Frances, Matthew,
the highway. She had noticed :Miss Gloria Durrence, niece of
games while the Flyers are out to John and Jerry Prewitt, Nancy and
the three boys: on a bridge just before The mid-summer dance sponsoredby Mr. Durrence, and Captain Swithin I .
revenge their last defeat at the handsof Cynthia Bolton, Gayle Geiger, Mar-
she reached the farm and had the Cadet Club mentioned in our Shortlidge, Jr., at the First 1\Ieth-l.I
the H. S. Bobby Hare, league's garet Louise Cato Donna Gayle
,
been at work only a few moments II last issue is to be postponed until odist Church. Bonnie Fay, who :
.It-I
leading pitcher, will be trying for Martin, Gene Thompson, Lyn Vaughn ,
i
Saturday August 11. The revised
when she heard a car motor start tended her cousin as ring
his ninth win at the expense of the i Mary Theresa Seegars, Dale
', and a terrific grinding of gears indicating I date will enable the full Riddle Field wore a floor length gown of white
heretofore hapless Belle Glade team. Perry, Judith Curtner and Becky ;
,.: that someone unfamiliarwith dance orchestra, which appears by net, with a blue satin sash and a '
I Games will at 3 : Francis.
commence P m.,
a car was driving it away in a permission of the Commanding Officer coronet of pink roses in her hair.
with the Flyer-CHS contest leadingoff. ---
hurrShe was immediately suspicious to render the music. Following the wedding a reception ATTENDS GOTH ANNIVERSARY +I

'1 and when she discovered the The dance is to be held in the LEAGUE STANDINGS was\ held at the Van Burden Street OF PARENTS IN PALM CITY -'

car gone walked into town and noti- Sugarland Auditorium which is being residence of Mr. and Mrs. ,D. O. Dur-
Team W L Pet.
= fied officers placed at the disposal of the dance rence. Miss Laura Matteson returned this ;

pl Mrs. Stewart left for Fort Pierce committee by courtesy of the Rec- USSC 8 2 .800 .--- week from her vacation, a larger s

this morning to bring back the car reational Committee of the U. S. CHS. 7 3 ..700C. BIRTH ANNOUNCED part of which was spent in Palm f;

which is reported to have been un Sugar Corporation. The admission Gds. 6 4 .600 (City with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

damaged. The three boys are said price will be-Civilians, double tic- Flyers 5 4 .555 E. S. Matteson, who celebrated their
Mr. and 1Irs.A. Moon announce ii
Clew. 2 5 .285 L.
to have been seen leaving the car ket $1.50, single ticket 100. Service sixtieth wedding anniversary on
Belle G. Gds. 2 7 .222 the birth of a baby girl, i
when they parked it. personnel in uniform will. be ad- July 4.
M. Haven 2 7 .222 Gloria:: Beatrice, born on July 4th,
mitted at half these rates. Also coming for' the reunion at i ,
at the, Clewiston Emergency Hospital -
, ; : A. C. L. Resumes I that time was a son, Porter, of Columbus -
TEAM BATTING
II Lake Elevation Is i 11 1 Ohio, a son, Fenn and famI
.
I Team Ab. II. A'c.
Work of 'Ballasting 1 ly from Erie, Pa., a daughter, Alta -
I Up About Six Inches CHS 235 58 .251 MAXIMUM SUGAR FOR :I and family and Miss Laura Matteson
\I.: Haven 213 45 .211 POUNDS
Tracks In AreaThe CANNING IS 15 as well as other relatives.
Belle G. Gds. 246 51' .203
Recent heavy rains in the area USSC 203 41 .203 Fifteen pounds of sugar'' is the BRIDGE CLUB MEETS N,

Atlantic Coast Line work have begun to raise the level of Lake Flyers: 246, 48 .195 maximum to be allowed to any one I'ITl'HIHS.. McLENDON -
; train returned here last week afteran Okeechobee which, during the recent C. 215
Gds
39 .181 person for home canning, OPA emphasized -
absence of a few weeks to con- prolonged drought, dropped to the Clewfston hostess
119 20 McLendon
.168 correcting a misunderstanding -, Mrs C. W. was :
tinue the work of applying a sand record low of 12.7 feet above .it '
sea night
by housewives concerning t to her bridge club Friday
j clay and cinder ballast to the tracks level or two and a half feet below LEADING BATTERS home canning sugar allotment. Only her home on Pacific Avenue. High

::: over the muck grades between Moore the minimum proposed to be maintained Player Al). 11. 1"c.. 1 housewives planning to can enough prize) was won by Mrs R. M. Hare, '

Haven and Lake Harbor. by the III S. Engineers. Young, HS 17 7 .412 foods to require this amount of suJ' ., second high by Mrs. C. E. Miner, .

The sand clay coating is being The average elevation 'on Baumane, 1\1H 20 8 .400 gar are eligible to receive this much, cut prize by Mrs. R. C. Nowling and :

'l I applied in order to prevent muck 'of this week was 13.17 feet Monda-I Kennedy, l\IH 23 9 .391 and they will receive it only where Mrs., V. C. Woodward received con-

.; .I fires which result when a weed proximately a six inch rise the I Hundertmark, SC 13 5 385 local sugar quotas permit such allocation s ola tion.

burner is run over the tracks at frequent low point. If the rains continue itl I Harbin, HS' 24 9 .375 1McLeod OPA said. In order to secure Refreshments of sliced ham, potato {

intervals and will also preVent is likely: that the rise will be much I SC 23 8 .348 this amount, the housewife alad, pickles and olives were served '
the ranker weed growth up to faster since a considerable portionof Pape HS 26 Mrs Miner -
I 9 .346 must establish to the satisfaction of to Mrs. Foy Durrence,
; =1 the tracks. The cinders will be ap- the rain which has fallen to date Hallock, RF "25 8 .320 her local ration board, that she actually Mrs. Hare, Miffs Woodward, Mrs.

; plied to give' better drainage for the' was required to saturate the extremely -It Hardie, CG' : 22.1 7 .318 \ i: is going to do this much can- Nowling. Mrs. Etherton, Mrs. Joe
road bed. '
i: '!.' dry soil. Baker, HS 22 7 .318 ning.: 1V1. Hall and, Mrs. Curtis Thompson. '







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THE CLEIFISTUE11'9 FRIDAY JULY 20, 19toHEW
SPACE TWO
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ion, or to aid theft 01 dishonesty, U \ of location of such carcass or car-
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MARKS AND and if so, it shall be the duty of the casses accompanied by the hide and
Commissioner to decline to admit to unmutilatcd ears thereof, he shall
mark or brand. The (I make a record of the marks and
record such
Needs Still More Used Fats
BRANDS LAWS FOR I owners of marks and brands now Our Country brands and shall make an Ink Im-
recorded in the several counties of pression of his stamp on the flesh .....i
1 the State under the provisions of side of the hide as near the centeras
,STATE OF FLORIDA 1' law existing at the effective date of (j 1 ; and We're the Folks to Save Them practicable and shall make an ink ;
impression of
this Act are hereby allowed two I the stamp on each
years within which to record such quarter of the carcass or carcass I
'The 1945 Florida legislature en- marks or brands as provided here-] J ? When the carcass of,, unmarked or :
Ucted new laws relating to the recording in. during which time they shall be t unbranded cattle are offered for recording i
of marks and brands, the protected in the ownership of such j ji or notice of location thereof .J
Inspection of marks and brands of i marks and brands in the counties given to the Inspector he shall i
live and slaughtered cattle, prescribing where recorded. If conflict should demand of the person so offering the I
; the duties and powers of the II arise between the owner of any such same either a bill of sale showing
commissioner of agriculture in relation presently recorded mark or brand title In such person or an affidavit ...
thereto and providing remedies and another claiming the right to duly executed by such :person'and

and penalties for the enforcement record the same mark or brand the (Continued on Page 7)
: and violation thereof. Commissioner shall, in all cases,
Section 1. The inspection and (Continued on Page 8) i

protection of cattle in the State of I give preference to the present own I It
:Florida is hereby placed under the. er. All such marks and brands now
F. Deane Duff
jurisdiction of the Commissioner fo recorded in the several counties

..Agriculture, herein called the Com-I which shall ,not be' re-recorded with, REGISTERED REAL ESTATE
missioner. the Commissioner under the provisions -
Section 2. All persons having cat-|i of this Act within' the period of BROKER
Hie In this State shall record their I two years from the time this Act Glade Hendry and Palm Beach
County Lands for More Than
marks and brands in the office of h shall become effective, shall be con- 23 Year.
the Commissioner and shall advise sidered abandoned and all right and: I
the Commissioner in writing in what title therein and thereto shall cease' '"
county or counties in the State they and terminate. The Commissioner

lave or expect to have cattle bearing i shall charge and collect at the time r S t I II I
the mark and brand so recorded. Ifsan I of any such record a fee of One Dollar -
offer be made to record a mark I for recording each mark and GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO.
domestic supplies of fats and oils will be approximately
the
or brand previously recorded, brand. No person, firm, or corporal OUR -
I I and one-half billion pounds less than last year.Yet thou-
''Commissioner shall determine whether tion shall mark or brand to G. Nottingham
use any Agent
l sands of tons are still needed to help make countless essentialsfor
In I
the county or counties I has of
they I which another a prior right I the battle- and home-fronts. Box 6527
Which such mark or brand will be record.
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'Used is or are near enough to the Section 3. Certified copies of We country people must remember that because of the meat Clewiston Florida
county or counties in which the pre- recorded marks and brands shall be situation, we are'in a better position to save fats than city '?
is folks. That's why we can't afford to miss a trick!
viously 'recorded mark or brand furnished by the Commissioner when f 1".
to be used to probably cause confus- and as requested and, he shall charge So let's save not only the big amounts from frying and roast- 1 ,
and collect One Dollar for each cer- ing,but also meat trimmings and plate scraps. Melt them down 1 '
I tificate. Such certifictaes shall be and add the liquid fat to the salvage can.Skim soups and gravies. I Johnson's Fish Camp I

III admissible in evidence in all courts. Every drop is important J
(Near Hurricane Gate)
Section 4. The Commissioner shall When your salvage can is full, take it to your butcher and get -

Look to the prescribe and enforce suitable rules 2 red points and up to 4t for each pound. If you have any difficulty J.f I Boats and Glewlston Motors-, Fla.Guide Service .
.
and regulations for the inspection call your County Agent or Home Demonstration Agent.
Rates Reasonable
jof cattle, hides and beef to the end t
I W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
t Future'After I that the true ownership thereof may ,
I be at all times protected and larceny
100,000,000 More Pounds of Used Fats Are Needed This Yearl!
:iJ i prevented and for the efficient en- ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.+) ;
forcement of the Act. The Commis-
Approved: by WFA and OPA. Paid for by Industry x FOR s;
sioner shall divide the State into cat- ,

tle districts and he is hereby authorized I "'y:' TAXICABS .:. ':-
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to employ all of the -
neces- \\y
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pp.I
DAY AND NITTC SERVICE
inspectors and to other
sary use any I
ownership and authority required by rebrand the same, provided that this :j ::
designated person to enforce and : I PHONE-18--n. :_:
I requirement shall not apply where :
this Act. The in
or persons
The War i administer the 'provisions of this Act. person '
f All livestock inspectors now funct- I charge of such cattle shall at all I an entire stock of cattle with the .:..:..:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N.NNN., ., :NN.N. :..:NNNNN. .

f r I ioning under Chapter 534, Florida II times have and shall exhibit upon mark and brand or marks and brands i'I ..
t You Will Want To Statutes 1941 shall continue to request by any person authorized I carried by them shall be sold and i '

form their present duties so per-I under this Act his certificate of ,conveyed. '! FLOWERSCut

t cattle, beef and hides are concernedto ownership and authority which shall j Section 8. The inspection and j flowers for delivery, here or -
; Build A Home July 1, 1945, at which time their be signed by the inspector of the II record of marks and brands of for delivery anywhere in U. S.

: f '' powers and duties and obligations district from which said cattle were brands slaughtered 'cattle shall ,by wire. ,
I If 'shall cease and terminate so far as taken. I t
include the following: If the carcassof
I MRS J. '
f FOUNTAIN ,
"" they relate to cattle beef and hides. Section 6. firm or '
j
Any person carcasses
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.' I !l a cow or of cattle are!j Day Phone 821 Night P'b' DC-<1t8-W:
f I
Section 5. The Commissioner of.II corporation slaughtering cattle in offered or the inspector has notice j
I Agriculture through his inspectors)Ii this State shall? either take the car-
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It Will Pay You i i shall inspect and record the marks cass of such slaughtered, cattle

I and brands of all cattle driven or the hide and unmultilated ears to With/ -----N.---.N:N:H:iN. :M:N:N;N:N:" :',':":":":":":":":":":":":":,":":":": ::":..:..:..)

i Your Lots i if iI shipped from or slaughtered In any home or place of' business of / .y. .5?
Buy cattle district and shall make and spector of the Commissioner of

I keep 'suitable records thereof in books) riculture In the district where said :: ....... ....... Assembly of God :
NOW and records to be prescribed by the cattle are slaughtered or notify such
1 1H f Commissioner of, Agriculture, such I inspector of the location of such : s_
SOUTH CLEWISTONKUV.
f records shall include the proper I carcass or carcasses and pay said inspector .f. y.' .d
showing ,of all marks and of, upon inspection the fee pro- ?. ? :

f the cattle involved, the descriptionof I vided for under the provisions of this 'i' .:> Sunday School ........._....._. ....__.._ 10 00 A. M. :'i': -
unmarked cattle, the name or Act. It shall be the _duties of any x +
I Morning Worship .__.....:...m..m.... 11:00 A. M. .i.
IJ ing or slaughtering cattle and the person, firm or corporation when o

E J names of the person or persons driv-! moving cattle from any cattle district .;: Evangelistic Service ....__.?..m__ 8:00 P. M. ':.
dates thereof. The Commissioner ofj or slaughtering any cattle in all 'X
through I :: Weekly Services, Tuesday .__...__ 8:00 P. M. .;.
Agriculture, his inspectors, cases and under all circumstances to : .

CLEWISTON'REALTY is authorized to halt the movementof I notify the inspector and to afford .f. Young People's Service Friday....... 8:00: P. M. y.:.
cattle anywhere within the State ample opportunity for inspection. ;
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I' :: Revival Services each evening through July ;
CORPORATION (except by rail) and to demand and! Section 7. It shall be the duty of i
\ .i. : 11. If. 22. Frank and Gladys Lummer. ;:;:
I receive from the person or persons all purchasers of cattle, except for 1\ ::: IIAGIFELL.iN. .;.

.... in charge thereof the evidence of I immediate slaughter, to remark and ''...... .... ...... . . ............. .... . 4 . .!.
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Railroad Magnate E. H. Harriman :ggjjirfrRetired I1INTS
expected his employes to ) -I

work hard. That's why it almost ,
one of his assistants heart ? Nail polish remover is very ef- If you loathe breakfast-rushing, To have your sewing machine in 2 'i ,

gave failure when the multimillionaire, "We celebrated'with" our car today." fective in removing the marks left then before leaving the kitchen top running condition, keep it '

without warning, walked into his "Celebrated? blowout"Sign O : after adhesive tape has been. after supper set out the percolator, clean and lintless. Oil it occasionally .:

office and found the man sitting "Yeah-had a pulled from the skin. one or two pans, cereal, measuringcup I To avoid gumming, buy special .
1 -.- ,- glasses and dishes. It will I oil from your sewing machine
idle. The culprit had been sprawl in a laundry window: "We I
" ing comfortably in his chair, his do not tear your laundry with ma- After washing blankets'rinse give you a flying start in the morn shop. Put just one drop at each

feet on the desk and a fat cigar.in chinery. We do it carefully,' by them .in water in which a block of ing. -.- oil hole and on moving parts where
there is
his face. At the sight of Harriman hand." camphor has been dissolved. They friction.
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y feet, at the same time mentally That's Apparent attack by. moths.Oldfashioned hole in.a strap and haven't the necessary If you do not have time to ar- _

shedding plenty of tears over his make', these -.- belt punch, /drill the hole range garden flowers the minute
Jasper-So you up
with brace and drill.
iron skillets they are cut, place them in
lost job."That's. Jokes .yourself? are a .
perfectly all right. Remain Whizzer Contributor-Yep, out better for frying and braising than -.- bucket of water and let them remain .
seated," urged the nabob. of head.JasperYou. bright, light-weight frying pans. By adding a pinch of salt to the there until you are ready to '
"I'm delighted to see that you my must be! They hold the heaf better and cook white of an egg it will beat to a arrange them in. their vases or

take time out to think." more evenly. stiff froth more 'quickly. bowls.
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summer diet lacks the natural '..1I'II. !!('!(.:. ..i-iFi. :.;.. ...'.1 \:))%.. .. required In filling orders for a few of
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natural oils _aa\t::" %: f.;!;ellsY4iv3 .. !
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Connecticut lady suggests at your druggist's today! :.\ \\\\\ :'.; 1 : :./.JJlf: Enclose 16 cents for ..Pattern.No. .

rubber tips on broom handlesso ::..,; !':,,\' : :':: 1i!i '! ..': .
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Factory tests, show that steel, :!; ;;:

wheels on concrete floors .

wear much faster than rubber ing Ease misery cruel smarting of diaper,sting rash ( i

,'0 wheels on the same surface ,B EAT E that makes on sweltering baby fret nights.especially P" 1 if} 1fI t;'.Ji M A K E w--,>o.;< wi'w *;? .

Mexsana, soothing, medicated
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tration estimates that over 43 checks torment powder.baby quickly can ICECREAM'

million tires need recapping. H J rest. Family favorite for
II itch of minor skin troubles.
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constipation
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grain nearly
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about it ,. your druggisthas !
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5 This package a
4.Keeps soft I Yodora does not dry In h .
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I waste;goes far. nor man-made drugs. When you mix it with yourS
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be Yet hot
a person may cured of common climate tests-made by nuraes- attackedthe
Water day after day you join millions who have
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back on them. So, if you are once more keeps underarms cause of their troubles. Gently but surely Crazy
; feeling tired run down, have pains in Immaculately sweet-under tho most stimulates three main cleansing channels-kidney, skin
.j 1 back and legs, feel weak and billiou. no revere conditions. Try Yodora In tubes or and intestinal elimination. Crazy Water brings positive
I appetite and nervous struck-though. chills and Jars-10{?. SOo1, ,60'. McKesson &; Robbing, w \ benefits factor of in rheumatic faulty elimination pains, digestive, the cause orders and constipation aggravating
fever haven't and
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take any chances. Try a bottle. of Oxi- at your drug store today.
dine. Oxidine is made tocombatmalaria.
I if il give you iron to help creation of red
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:, satisfy you your money will be returned. YOORAd'DEODORANT
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY JULY .
FOUR! 20, 1945The 1 r

: the Mef difference being that money took cognizance of these opportunities' alfalfa meal. According to the B'u-I' ed on Tuesday of last week at Fort j
Clewiston News is ordinarily/ the scarcest thing about and ,published in its monthly reaii of Animal Industry of the: McPherson, came to Tallahassee to- I II

,I a newspaper.' Seriously, we know review one of the most complete and USDA the best grade',of alfalfa, meal"! Pick ,up his boss and then on to j !
Clewlston I that Frances is going to be a great comprehensive articles on the sub- has a carotene content of 62.77 Clewiston 'and we believe that Pete- :,.1 I !
Florida Published. by every the Friday CLEWISTON In NEWS I help and we're depending on you ject that I have yet seen. milligrams per pound whereas ramie I was; really sincere when he said hewas i I a'i
'nc. folks In town to help, her put out a It points ,out ,that at the present meal has a content of 68.4 mill-1'I glad to be back home. .\1
newsy and interesting society page time 1,600 acres have been plantedin igrams. The' protein content 'of alfalfa -' Pete was a mess sergeant and had I II. \
matter this state and 10,000 acres have meal is 21.1 while ramie Is plenty of interesting' I
Entered as second class mall each week. experiences ashe I ,
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office of In been set aside for additional plant- 25.5 percent.In I I I. rustled grub for the GI's of his I II ;
under the Act
Cfewlston, Florida ing. Among the larger planters are view of ramie's extraordinary I]I outfit in
March 3, 1897. There have been any number of England in France, in.: I :
newcomers to Clewiston who have the Florida Ramie Products Corporation qualities and its extreme versatility i,j Belgium Holland and other countries :
felt that we oldtimers were feeding Newport Industries, Inc., Unit this plant would seem to lay a foun-], as the :Yanks marched to Berlin I i '
Publisher
CARR SETTLE- I them a lot of stuff when we told ed States Sugar Corporation the Sea dation for a range of ''economic op-: Although he, said he 'contacted I Ii
Subscription Rate-f.2.50 Per Year them that rains sometimes fell In the Island Cotton Mills of New York and portunities, not only from the stand-!j many men in many different units
I. Dr. Brown Landone of Winter Park. point of the manufacture of finished as he
AdverlUlnsr Rates On Application. area. Indeed, nature had done lit- i made exploration trips for food
tle to verify this until recently. Now The State itself has between four products, but also in the grow-:, (the eating situation being rather 2 ..
our reputation for truth and vera- i and five hundred acres planted at ing of the plant by farmers in areas j critical sometimes at the front) he
Devoted to the advancement and welfare -I city (as they say In court) Is upheldfor I the 'Belle Glade prison farm. where its growth has proved suc-.' never found anyone he knew during
of Clewiston and Hendry County. the recent precipitations have Ramie is a fiber-producing plant cessful. his several months overseas.

flooded areas :where camels would that promises to revolutionize the The plant has been successfullygrown I Pete says he's going to take a
have perished during the long seigeof textile industry when quantity pro- on two types of Florida soil much-needed rest for a little while
NAT! CDITORIALSSOCIATION drought. Even so there are duction is reached. It is truly a heavy muck land such as is found in I and then will be better able to call
I some farmers who say they haven't wonder fiber. Its tensile strength is the Everglades area and in sandy, on friends: And we hope that we'll
1 had enough rain yet and we're inclined four times that of hemp and nearly loam soil found in many sections of i I hear more of his experiences.
to agree. Regardless of the eight times that of silk. Its unusual the state on which Dr. Brown Lan- .
condition of the ground we will not strength and toughness make 'it the done of Winter Park has been grow- Pvt. Homer Co* has returned
I have had enough rain until the most durable fiber available today ing ramie with great success. home from service in Germany and is

level of Lake Okeechobee is back up and fabrics made from it wear like spending a thirty-day furlough, with
On The.Housel to normal. iron. In tests ramie fabric was experience put him immediately into his parents Mr. and Mrs. G. H, Cox. r-
laundried 150 times, was creased the ground forces of the Air Corps) .

By D. C. S. Travelers by train out of Clewis- and recreased in the same place and in a very brief time he was en i Elbert F. Hooker, AFC 1-c of the
ton have cause to do a little cussing hundreds of times and yet when route overseas Most of his time Navy who has been stationed in

It is with considerable reluctancethat about the new ODT regulation which examined through a miscroscope was spent in Australia but as the\ Jacksonville is spending a thirty-day
we say goodbye after' this weekto took off all Pullmans' from runs up showed no breakage of fibers or any Pacific war moved northward he wasbased leave at home before going to San
who has acted evidence of wear. in New Diego for reassignment.
Mrs. Jane Leftwich to some five hundred miles. How- Guinea and finally in
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as our society editor, bookkeeper, ever we've heard none doing any Another amazing quality of ramieis the Philippines. He came home on I t
critic, errand girl and general Gal complaining, at least openly, con- its behavior in water. It is more furlough and did not know until his Letters received by Mrs. Foy Dur-
months. absorbent cotton and instead't arrival that he had rence from Sgt. Hector M. Stone and
Friday for the past many : cerning the loss of our club car from than points to spare
Perhaps the critic should be under- Clewiston to Jax which has entirely of losing strength when wet actually for his discharge. He will be as- Cpl. Clayton Waters indicate that
scored, but after all, we haven't had revolutionized this trip, for Clewis- becomes from 30 to 60 percent sociated in business with his fatherin neither of them are expecting to- 1"'_
too many fights and we're going to ton folks are patriotic and realizingthe stronger. It dries more rapidly than Miami for the, time being and ex- come ,home anytime soon. Sgt.
miss her a lot. Her reason for leaving necessity for this move, to keep either flax. or cotton and is highly pects to enter Miami University in Stone is still in France and Clayton-
?. Still a little obscure. Maybe down unnecessary travel in order resistant to rot and mildew. When the fall. wrote from Kessel, Germany, that he
she's mad at the boss or maybe the that our armed forces can be more thoroughly cleaned the fiber is pure is not soon expecting a one-way ticketto
salary of newspaper folks isn't large quickly and comfortably transported white without bleaching and possesses An Interesting letter has been re- the USA from the AUS.

,enough-we, who work for the love we'll cheerfully return to day a silklike luster and texture. It ceived by friends here from CMM .
of our art-or maybe its because coach travel until such time as the dyes beautifully and can be spun Leslie Miller of the Navy who is now The rainy weather has looked
she has a, husband and he flies an emergency is over. The club car woven or knit on standard textile in the Philippines after seeing action mighty good to folks after a long
airplane at Riddle Field, and Riddle came off Saturday. machinery.The I in the invasions of Iwo Jima drought but of course it brought

Field is going to close in November, Those who have been travellingfor uses for this wonder fiber 1 I and Okinawa. He writes graphically disappointment to some. Out at

and maybe they'll be leaving Clewis- the past several years in the club seem to be almost limitless. It can concerning life in the islands. Riddle Field flying schedules have
of these days and will haveto -. been disrupted which necessitates a
ton some be sheerest
car and who now find it necessaryto spun into the gossamer- .tfI
pack. Or-well, how can )'ou' travel to Jav by day coach will like fabric or made into the coarsestkind Capt. and Mrs. Coburn Moore are continuation of night flying for
with a woman when she sets expected home very shortly from sometime longer. This in turn prevents h l
argue be better able to appreciate the of cloth. It is far superior to
her mind to a thing. We didn't blessings of this service when the any other material for packing and 1\1uroc" Gal., to spend a leave with the Riddle Field orchestra
hear her the first time she resigned ODT again permits its operation. other maritime uses. Halyards made relatives here. Too bad they from playing for the mid- ummer
we promptly forgot it the next time, from it and cordage excel becauseof couldn't have made it while Ed and (Continued on Page 5)

we deliberately overlooked it the its freedom from shrinkage and Florine Clark, his sister and broth- ", ..
third time but finally had to listen .:..:N:..N N:N:N N N:N:N=N:N>-:N:N :N:N N:N:N:N:hN1 greater strength. Fire hose and er-in-law, were home from New NOTICE ._1 "
(women also being somewhat watermains made from the material Jersey. They will return this'weekend -
stinate at times) and accepted ob-I helped save London during the blitz. I to Lakeside, N. Jer., where Ed ,TO .WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
This is to advise that it Is my intention -
Too Late To
resignation. I Classify Flexable sections of woven ramie, is a Chief Petty Officer at the U. S. to register the name of
But a few minutes after the resig- some as large as 14 inches in diameter Navy base after spending a ten-day CLEWISTON COMPANYwith RADIO-ELECTRIC:
nation was tendered I heard Frances I t RUSSELL KAY leave at home.
By I carried water under normal pressure the Clerk of the Circuit Court in
Nall had returned from Californiaand I I without leakage. and for Hendry County Florida, the

made haste to contact her be- (NON:--:..:NNN:N:N N N N:--:N:..:N:N N NON N-:N-N, Important as are its wartime uses, Sgt. Peter Chagaris (or ex-serge- said cipal Hendry place of County business being of the CLEWIS prin-
fore anyone else had a chance. For its peacetime possibilities are still ant we, should say) and Mrs. Chag- TON RADIO-ELECTRIC COMPANY;
once I was: lucky and Frances will F over ten: years the writer has more impressive 'and include such aris arrived in Clewiston the :first that"CLEWISTON, I am the sole RADIO-ELECTRIC owner of ,the busi-

be with us from now on. She is no been pointing out the enormous agricultural products as twine, cordage rope, of the week, back with us, we hope, COMPANY

stranger to anyone in Clewiston nor I and commercial possibilities canvases, awnings, sails, fish nets, to stay. Sgt Chagaris was discharg- July 6, 13, 20 and 27., C. A. FOSS.
to newspaper writing but the office I offered in the development of gas mantles, filter cloths, tire-cords

work will be new for a time. Her ramie in Florida.It <: all manner of wearing apparel. Itwill .:N:N:N:.:N:N:N:N.N:N:N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N:H.N:N.N:N.N:N.N:..:N: :N:N:
last position was in the bank and I is gratifying to note that the provide women with dainty fabrics -I

there isn't much similarity between Research Department of the Federal more delicate than any worn today -
work, in a newspaper arid in a bank, ;! Reserve Bank of Atlanta recently and men with suits shirts and Increased Quantities Of

underwear more durable and 'far
more comfortable than any now inuse. '
i It will not shrink, absorbs !
perspiration readily and dries rapidly Genuine Chevrolet Parts

i is cool in summer and warm in
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indefinitely. Nothing will surpass Now Available
the product for bedsheets, pillowcases -

table linens, portieres and
drapes and for upholstery in cars '

and on furniture. j I

Is again open with M. B. Rhodes, of' Johns The leaves produce of the an plant exceptionallygood when dehydrated Service Headquarters For Ail Makes l

Pa. Chef. cattle and poultry feed. In
town, as
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Mrs. Egress Suggs called us this CLEWISTON[ INN ,

, morning to tell us that her husband,
Pfc. Suggs is en route home, his last
9 MILES NORTH OF PALM BEACH. letter being written from Reims, DINE AT THE INN ,
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for good or just for a furlough be- Steaks Fish Fresh VegetablesMeet -

,"_ :2 Spend your vacation at your local beach resort. Two fore going west. is. not. known.

I, room efficilncy cottages Hotel Rooms Dining Room' J. E. Davidson of the U. S. Army,

, is spending a furlough with his par-
-Cocktail Lounge. : : ents, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Davidson Your Friends In Our

... .. in South Clewiston. We were
unable to learn his rank: or where
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. For Reservations "" '. ". Mrs. C. A. Thomas has had as her !.
(
I guest this week her other, ex- rI
), Write 623 30th Street .Call 8940 Sergeant Roger Saxon of Miami. Open 11:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M. 4:00 P. M.
t. Roger lived in Clewiston for a time
WEST PALM BEACH and worked at Riddle Field for a To 12:00
1\\ few weeks,just after its opening before -

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: FRIDAY, JULY 2O, 1945 THE,cJ: WlSTO NEWS .
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r .w. ;:i: returned Sgt. and to Gadsden Mrs. George, Alabama Bestor, e''I l With Our Boys-, r grip containing staml.aJbum *

IJ f ; j. George is stationed at Camp I I
x:: .bert, following a visit here with Continued from 'age 4) I', electric iron, hot
r < SOCIETY ._. H. A. Bestors. dance which had been scheduled for .water bag and ladies
'z. July 28' and the dance has now been i
t t: Major and Mrs. Richard J. postponed until August clothes.
11. The Reward.
11 Phone
, I _; and daughter, Jan, left this we two weeks will 'rapidly, boys and I

6-+-......y.-....... -... ..........o.......................:,o...... oyo". .................-.....-....-...0...._..._ ._....._.._......_..._....._.._.....0....._..._...__..._:..!_.._......_..._........._.:.oo._.-..._."i'::!: after Mrs. H.a two A. weeks Bestor visit for with Mr. girls, and the dance may- be more .468-R. J 1328_ Heitman.
San fun because of the wait.
Mr. a-n Mrs W..o N. Martin 'vls'Hed Mr. and Mrs. Harry: Vaughn and Obispo, California; where Rd., Fort Myers.

in Miami on (Thursday family have returned from a vacation Bestor has been assigned to duty. Lt. Dan B-eardsle; has left Columbia -
II at Fort Lauderdale Beach. S. Car. !
and his new address
Mrs. J. L. Nobles was a week-end Mr. and Mrs.! D. O. Durrence, is Salinas, California Dan writes FOR SALE: 1 business.lot .
visitor in Lake Worth. Mrs. Ruth B. Owens visifed'rela- Aubry Durrence,' bll s. Dwight that he planning to sleep all
-- I tives in Okeechobee over the week- and son, Joe, were the Sunday gu and jook all night for "rumor has day it I 5, block 358, 25 foot
I p Mrs. W. A. Shuler was a weekend end. of Mr. and Mrs. Foy there
are
no night clubs on Oki-} front.
I visitor in West Palm Beach. Dwight Lamb, J. Satchel, H. nawa." His brother, Lt. Bob Beards-I Ii 1 residential lot
Mrs. C. E. Bailey is visiting relatives berg and Mr. Durrence played i ley, has almost completed his flight! 27 block J 176 50
I Miss' Annette Hoffman is spending in Tampa for an indefinit! in Belle Glade Sunday afternoon. training at Sheppard Field and will foot
, three weeks with friends at St. stay. <) front.
go from there to Fort Sill, Okla., For information
Petersburg Beach. Mrs. Bill Nychyk, who has very shortly. Capt. Jim '
the
older
Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Cook and: in Brownsville, Texas, with her ]h of the trio, is still up at Camp Shanks, j write< Mrs. O. B. Powell,
Mr. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Z. Q. Mere-I daughter, Jackie, of Miami spent the band, is here visiting her N Y., but writes more in his let
Box
dith and Patsy and Mrs A. A. Munroe I j week-end with Mr. (and Mrs. A. D Mrs. Nychyk is the former Miss I tens about that ten-month old son I 1138, Winter Haven -
were Tuesday visitors in Miami. Richardson. Haven of Clewiston. A sister, about the
military activities. Fla.
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J. R. Littlefield, San Diego, Calif., i ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot attended -I I John R. Peyton, principal engineer also ]here on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot havereceived | '
k ,a barbecue at the Baptist from the district U. S. Engineer Office -,
'I word from their son, F-Ol I
Church in LaBelle Tuesday eveni I in Jacksonville, was a busines I Sgt. and Mrs. Peter Chagaris A. R. (Bobby) Broadfoot that he has WANTED : Two reliable

g'l visitor here Saturday. rived Monday evening from volunteered for service in the China-I men for work at dairy
Capt. Willard Sallas spent hassee.where Sgt. Chagaris Burma-India theatre and is hopeful
week-end in Stuart with his two !I Lionel and his wife- after his discharge ; that this ,
Sylvia
Contact
; Beatty returned I 1 may mean a visit to Clew- processing plant. 1
daughters. Thursday from a visit of five weeks, the Army at Ft. McPherson. iston on the way. Bobby went over-
-_ with their grandparents in DeFuniak entering the cervice Sgt. as in January and completed J. E. Thompson at old I
I' S-Sgt. Jack Moorman of Avon Springs was owner of the Clewiston Bar. twenty-three missions
r Park spent the week-end with his Continued as a bombar-,Alston Building, Francisco
on Page 8)
family here.R. Representative Elbert L. Stewart Lt. and Mrs. Earl Stamps left .1 Street. 2tc.
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returned the, first of the week to I week for Waycross, Ga., where WANTED
TO ,
J. Foy of Jacksonville spent I Tallahassee to resume attendance at will visit relatives. Lt. Stamps, RENT-

the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. the Legislature. I was assistant medical officer at } Apartment or house WANTED -. Field mechanic
Charles Foy. dle Field under Capt. A. ,

'i -- I Mr. and Mrs. David H. Binkleyand will then report to Utah, where furnished or unfurnished. Experiencedman
Mrs. Richard Yoder spent Tues- daughters'left Tuesday for will await assignment for
day night and Wednesday with rela- Harrisburg, Pa. Mr. Binkley was duty. See P. T. Chagaris, to maintain tractors
.
tives in :Moore Haven associated with Riddle Field. and field
in
I .-.. Mr." and Mrs. Bill Rainey and \ Geo. Guest House. equipment

Sgt. Jack Spear, who is stationedat Miss Lois Prince returned this H.week-end P, Perry here of Bradenton with Mr. and spent operation. Good living I
Marianna with the AAF has been week from a two weeks vacation i in
visiting friends in Clewis ton. Atlantic Beach, North Carolina, as W. W. Perry. Mrs. J. Q. Baker, FOR SALE: Jenny Lind quarters can be furnished J
the guest of Mrs. C. L. Downs. Perry's mother, returned home
them after a visit of several twin beds, mattresses, on farm. Shawnee
----
J. -E. Beardsley and B. O. Woodward here.
attended a cattle sale in Ar- Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hackett of springs. $60 complete. Farms. Telephone 1 I5-J

cadia Tuesday. t" guests Jensen Sunday Beach,of Florida Mr. and, Mrs.were M.the M. Mrs. Jacobs Weds I Johnson's Fish Camp. or 56. 3tc

I J""' -- Prewitt.' ,. .. ,
... i Lt. Farrell In .
M. W. Bigg left the latter part of I ': 1 Itp.
the week on a business trip to New sue. Atlanta I FOR SALE House
Billie Crow is spending two Saturday :
York City. I!u w*" weeks 'with her grandparents, Mr. '
I -- On 15 furnished unfurnished.
: 'Sunday or -
and Mrs. W. C. Hooker. Billie Sue Mrs. Margaret. Manning Jacobs ,
children Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Powers and I has been living in Miami. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Manning between Clewiston and I 332 E. Obispo, 1 1st
are vacationing at Juno
of Clewiston and until a
Beach, Florida. Miss Laura ,Matteson returnedthis I weeks ago 'employed by the 1 small brown! I St. north of laundry. 1 tp

week from a visit in the northern States Sugar Corporation in the offices t
Mr. and Mrs R.oL.. Richardsonand I part of the state with her fam- here, was married last Saturday
Mrs.\ A. W. Richardson were fly. in Atlanta to Lt. Edgar
visitors in West Palm Beach Monday. I '
,1i Farrell.
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-'Y.}' rfj' :- :" :'--:-- '" .. l\Irs. Farrell's
'i :parents and : YOUR
STORE
Miss FIO"rence-Graham
Mrs.
Ruth
Mrs M. Webre has returned from Lois Prince of Clewiston. :attended th I'I \1 I (1lnf
| B. Owens and Mrs., Ruth M. Wilcox \
'I / JUDlJ
', '. Orange, Texas, .and is employed atMack's were business visitors in Miami wedding, Mrs. Manning going to Atlanta THAT'S
; Drug Store. several weeks ago and
Thursday. 1
Manning going up last week, returning W.llr Hl'U
Mrs. N. V. : lfP
;'. S. Mumford returned to Clewiston Wednesday.
Thursday from a visit in Providence, Mrs. E. R. Everett returned to The following account of the wedding
'
.; R.L, and: .Ashville, .N. Car. I Gainesville Wednesday followingvisit a I is from the Atlanta newspaper / I # {V'I&IT
.. with her sister-in-law, Mrs. E. Mrs. Margaret Manning Jacobs ifi.Jk.:'$. /'-
t W. Durst, for a week. r
Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Rigby left daughter of Mr. and Mrs
r Wednesday to vacation in Miami and I John Manning, was married Saturday Easy Terms on Purchases of $10 or More. t R

b other parts of the/state.Mis. ., Miss 'Marion Yoder of West Palm to Lt. Edgar Patrick Farrell 3a 3

I Beach spent a few days this, week Army ,Air Forces, son of Daniel Albert _
G. E. Etherton and Mr. and with her brother, Richard Yoder and Farrell and the late Mrs. Across FromPostoffice Fort Myers
Woouwaid ,
Mrs. V C. were business Mrs. Yoder. B. Farrell. The ceremony took
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a,, 4.visit rs in Miami Saturday. at the Cathedral of Christ the King ., Florida
---- Robert Davis, Jr. '
left Saturday for with Monsignor 'Joseph G.
Mr. and Mi". Char's :Eclton and I his home in Jacksonville after a officiating., Mrs. Homer Edwards ,
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1' Mrs. Joe M.. Hail were in Jacksonville -,I' week here visiting his aunt, Mr 3. organist, presented a musical program
on business over the weeL-eud. I Charles Foy and Mr. Toy.C ---

Ushers wen George P. Don ,
,
B. Weman of. LaBelle, who and Herbert W. Hoefer, of Columbia
1\ recently received his discharge from S. C. Mrs. John Jacobs I
I the U. S. Navy Sea-Bees, is spendinga matron of honor and wore \
few days here this week on ,busi pink with white accessories, a I Pasteurized MilK

I ness. white hat and carried a nosegay
__ pink roses and blue delphinium.nt I
Miss Laura :Mizelle of Miami spei William E. Farrell, brother of And CreamNow

MATINEE 3 I*. M., KITE: ';-9 I'.M. I I the week-end here with her sister, groom, was the best man., .
Miss Marguerite Mizelle. Both vis'ed ltGiven in
marriage by her father
available local from
Week Beginning July 22 their parents in Moore. Haven the bride was becomingly gowned to patrons your

Sunday. a dressmaker suit of sea blue home dairy. ,fi

Sun & Mon., JUlY 22 & 23 with a matching hat. Her
Mrs Frances Hardy and Miss were white orchids and swaiusona Call 133 for Delivery Service. Daily Delivery
Nahda Adkins of Moore Haven and arranged on a :white satin
it [1 1M Mrs. Everett Casper and childrenwere book. Her accessories were brown I
visitors in West Palm Beach. lizzard and her only ornament was -"

Monday garnet bracelet, the gift of the

? 1Rll inthe 1aDDlE Lt. Dan Beardsley--at last reports, I groom.The bride's parents- entertained' at CLEWlsTON DAIRYA.

4> WWD KHffl-etOKEtmr HAYES i was en route, to Salinas, California, a reception in the Empire room of
f T i M tlCKS'QKWnHRlStlOM( DCH DOUGLAS where he is to be stationed for the the Baltimore Hotel. "Misses Nell 1 H. King
.T If.\? 'S-AfMMrf- tj mm raim KVM bj EDWIN L nun. I present. He has been stationed :tt Hollingsworth and Miss Bootsie L

1 :,: Cartoon News Columbja, S. Car. Manning l kept the bride's book, and
::. f -- I I assisting were Mrs George Don-
' I Mr. and Mrs Ralph ,Vaughn have nellan, Mrs. H. W. Hoefer and Miss
Tues. & Wed., July 24 & 25 moved to Miami to make their home. 'Mary Manning. The V-shaped bride's :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:.:..:..:..:!"
: Both have been employed for several table was decorated with white gladioli ;
Y f,4( I I months in the offices of the United tuberoses and candelabra holding :
f .GRAM "N I States Sugar Corporation. white tapers. ; Radio and Electric Service I I.i"
"tdtt" I I The couple left for a wedding \::
& VI Pvt. Homer M. Cox returned Sunday trip to Reddington Beach, on the .
I after six mouths in the European Gulf, and will reside at Miami, Fla., ,:; *
!ttJiiin.f BARRYMORE 1 Theatre to spend a thirty-day until the groom receives further or- ::_ Home and Auto Radio Parts and Tubes ::.!: 3
I leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ders. The bride traveled in an azure I : .C

March of Time Cartoon I i G. H. Cox. blue dress worn with black accessories. :_; For All Makes :.:

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Ii : Thurs. & Fri, July 26 & 27"TOMOHfOV I' Sgt. G. H. Messina, who i is stationed .. .::..
;' at Marianna Air Field, Marianna a, ST. MAIIGARET'S CHURCH :;; X
. TUB 'OHLH"C \ Florida, spent his furlough in Clewis- V ELECTRICAL APPLIANCESs:;.=.
with Fredrich March Betty Field ton with Mrs.
Messina
I the former Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor ;
fi'' Cartoon News Miss Gloria McDtiffie. Mass Fluorescent Fixtures :_=
: Clewiston 9:00 a. m.' :i: Lighting Wiring ;i
I
Pahokee 11:00 a. m. ;
q Saturday, .July 28 Capt. and Mrs. Coburn, Moore a --. :: '
t f "UXDE1S WESTEItX SKIES expected to arive Saturday for rea Invisable light is now making it :: ALL WORK GUARANTEED !:i_:

visit with Capt Moore's mother, possible for surgeons to see in dark- : ::
I :; with Noah Beery Leon Errol Mrs J. W. Moore, and sisters, Mrs. | ness when extracting the opaque :i: GEO. WEAVER and T. J. CASON. |!
T. E. Markette, Mrs John Kettl and lens of the eye in 'cataract :
j i "MASK: MARVEL" Xo. 10 Mrs Ed Clark. Coburn and Mrs. I flans, Dr. Paul Boeder, director opera-of I :: Telephone 163I" :!:
Moore are both stationed at Muroc the American Optical h
,__ 'f1t ... lAir I Company's bureau -J .:.
';;1, Field, California. I I of visual science, reports. I .:..:..:--.0":":":":":":":":":":":":":":.':":":'.:":":":":":":..:..:..:.. I
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THE CHEERFUL CHERUBAt ? AS I( MEA ; II

U HONEST work is the grand ? quiz with answers offering ? I
If0 _
noon the welcome cure of all the maladies 1

whistles wave 0OR mankind.-Thomas and miseries that Carlyle.A ever beset. ? 11 Ns. HEll .., Information on various subjects ? 1'I:

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Their banner -.sounds C'C'f'- ( ( ( .hMMMMhh ,I
W EA ON MhMMMMhhhM
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out through the rAnd I not wholly creed separable fully believed from in life is; The 'Questions used her power to turn men into

wrap the town in invariably it has an instrumental 1. Is the manufacture of soap swine?

sweet content WAR'S GREATEST SAGA effect.-A. E. Suthers. Ancient or modern?

OF When the'final history of the war 2. Which was the first warshipto The Answers'
people, the school of
is
Is told of its greatest chapters Example fall victim to a submarine? 1. In Pompeii of 2,000
s.q one will learn at years ago.
mankind and
eating they 3. Who the contenders in there is
will describe that branch of the serv- were a record of at least one
I Air no other-Burke.Y the last bare knuckle fight for the
everywhere ice totally new to war-the soap factory in operation.

R1.C: '! Transport command. Transportingprime Olt will find as you look back heavyweight boxing championship 2. The federal vessel Housatorfle> Tin

ministers and presidents, upon your life that the moments that ? 1864, during the American. Civil
wounded men, jeeps and Pat Hur- stand out arc the moments when you 4. What does a small "c" before war. '

0 ley's Cadillac over oceans and des- ,have done things in the spirit of love. a date mean? 3. John L. Sullivan and Jake KU

erts has now become commonplace Let not the sun go down 5. What country's rebellion rain in 1889. -

news to' the American public. But upon your wrath. against foreign exploitation. wassailed 4. About (circa),
behind that commonplace news is a the Boxer rebellion? IT. China's. '

WNU Features. thrilling story of painstaking, back- 6. Who was the sorceress who 6. Circe.A .

breaking pioneering.Here .

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT know about are some the Air things Transport few people com- Acid IndigestionRelieved Easy to Make Pair of These Chests; -

mand: in 5 minutes or double money back
When excess stomach acid noses painful auf focatID Useful in Bedroom
Kitchen
Most used air route in the ?Baa,Boar stomach end heartburn doctors venallyprescribe ClosetBy
medicines I ,
the fastest acting known for
world is not between Washington symptomatlereliefmediclnesllkethoolnIfellens l
Tablets No laxative Bell ans brings comfort In a
.and New York, not between jiffy or doable your money back on return of bottleMARY Ruth Wyeth'SDears "
Persons now engaged in essential and but to at.ZEc at all druggists. -
New York Chicago, over
industry will not apply without state- : I
chest
of this
BACKTOBACI( kind is always useful
and : :
"The Hump" between China 28HIGH
ment of availability from their local .; _. FOR A DESK BASE la'w10EI In an odd corner of the bathroom, kitchen
United States Employment Service. India. Traffic over this I Vii:'. "DEEP or a closet. But when you have made J
world's highest mountain range, r rby 4; one, you are sure to want a pair for unit .

HELP WANTED-WOMEN the Himalayas', is so heavy that, combinations. The desk may be used for .
a dinette table.' Or the
.
dressing table .
planes travel at different alti- may '
N have
?y a longer top and a picture or "
Thoroughly crpcriW tudes so there will be no colli- shelves over it for a living room or dining
ANTED:enced white> waitresses sions. One plane will have or- 0IfOR room piece.
for dining room in fine resort hotel locatedin feet anotherat :'
ders to fly at 22,000 ,
the mountains.Salary$75.00 per month, gtAnpS.o a NOTE-Pattern 232 gives large cutting '
plus room, with private bath.,together 23,000, and so on. Three or rt'r'j;r diagrams for all parts of this chest of
with meals, in the hotel. Prefer middle four different air routes are used drawers and illustrated step-by-step direc- ,
who have had .
aged school teachers previous (r..
tions for its
experience in waiting tables. across the Hump, also to avoid construction. A complete list
of materials is Included. To get Pattern
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HOTEL collisions. 282 send 15 cents with name and address .' ;.
Phono 31742WANiED ea .
Chattanooga,Tennassco -
'
Next most heavily used air rout.. ? FORA DRESSItIrant. direct to:
,
Is across the North Atlantic. The .! wlrHVLYWOOD '. ._
TOP MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS : '
ATC sends a plane across the Atlantic :
Bedford Hills New York'" .. ,
: every 58 seconds. That's aboutas DOES it surprise you to think of Drawer 10 ., r".
Thoroughly experienced white maids for. fast as traffic moves on the Penn- useful Enclose 15 cents for Pattern No. 282.
making good-looking ;
fine resort hotel in the mountains. Salary railroad between New York -: .WSName'
$75.00 per: month plus room and private sylvania ii furniture at home? The secret is
bath,with meals,in the hotel. Prefer mid and Philadelphia, busiest rail line in to start with something simple. :
die aged,settled women. Apply the world. The ATC is now flying This Address ,;;. 1
little chest is ideal. The :
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HOTEL MARTIN .
Chattanooga,Tennessee Phone 3-1742 returning troops across the pert Atlantic -, Block front construction of the ),: :
at a rate of 50,000 letta Para .,
10 fi drawers makes them as easy to ...
1'rUf t! .
Of the ,
month. For years, ATC pilots, star 's one OJ; : ':
TRUCKS & ACCESS. piCtUre, well- put together as a box, and strong
AUTOS," land l1ount
have been briefed on how to [ ed St.JoseJh -
well.grOOm ood stars too The whole piece is made with I :
FORGET GAS WORRIES! on the difficult airports of Greenland -- many
Run your car on a "Real Gasoline Substi China. Now the informed H .}: 'Powder. straight cuts and no difficult join- BETTER ASPIRIN
tute" at a cost of 29c per gallon or less Iceland or use Cmox Inc., ings. ,WORIDS
by merely mixing non-rationed liquids. ATC has the tremendous thrill of'' who .,.. Robbins, ,LARGEST SELLER AT IQs "' i
,{
For complete mixing formula send $1.35 to McKesson ; .
F. J. MEIIIC, Johnstown, Pa. briefing pilots on arriving at home oaa.Bridgeport. ,;:,',.',! '. ''- ''
(GUARANTEED or money back.) Is- TOOTH
Portland
c Details 35c. (No Stamps.) ports-Boston, Long
land. Pilots say that no briefingwas C1\lOX) POWDER '

MISCELLANEOUSARE ever more welcome.

YOU SICK OR ALL RUN DOWN. From Battle Fronts.
Then send for free literature to
GEM SUPPLY CO. Onalaska Wis. More than 220,000 wounded men

have been carried in ATC planes. .
SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC. away from the battle front. During cSuaLJLtQiL3.afL: fdL t.':':iMI

SEEDS-1914-45 CROP the. early' stages of Okinawa
Cabbage, Carrots Onions, Pepper and .'.I
Tomato Seeds. Write for prices. Warren fighting, planes swooped down onmakeshift JIlL 3iqf3 ;
Seed & Plant Co.., Carrizo Springs, Texas. runways, taxied up to ambulances -

JUNE BUD PEACH. Am now accepting took off right under the 1# I'r
orders for fall del. Should have half million noses of Jap guns. Stretchers were
peaches for commercial and wholesale
trade. Write for prices. Farmers Wholesale loaded aboard while the planes re- /uJSufIe/l?
j! Nursery, P. O. Box 34, Smithville, Tenn. fueled. One big ATC job has _
\ rot MIIOI mis m run IF
been getting crashed fliers out of VACATION IN COOL, SCENIC GRANDEUR ABOVE THE CLOUDS .

the Himalayas. Amazing fact is that ,r4 RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO SWIM, GOLF, RIDE HORSEBACI, DANCE, HIKE ;1
t. Bun War BOIlJ 75 per cent are saved. Lt. Gen. E Come, live and enjoy the refreshing luxury of this WORLD FAMOUS RE <

Harold George, boss of the ATC SORT. No need of your own automobile. Lookout Mountain Hotel cabs meet :;..
realized in advance that crashes all trains and buses in nearby Chattanooga. Swimming pool, golf, archery rr;
4 tennis, beauty and gown shop. America's most beautiful patio open evenings 'c.z::
would be heavy over the Hump, so a with dancing beneath starlit skies to the famous Lookout Mountain Orchestra, ..".

men were given special training on .Rates $12.00 and up daily, including meals, tennis and swimming priv :,'
ileges. (Special family and seasonal Write Lookout Mountain Hotel _
how to live in the jungles. They rates to ;
You CAN relieve were even taken to jungle ,outpoststo Lookout Mountain,Tenn. Phone 3-1742 Chattanooga. Open May to October. :..

get familiar with the jungle before tare Bottlettun1eward'1o-SmallSlra 60 LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HOTEL S.JOHN Near Chattanooga LITTLEGRZEN.Tennesseo age' .',1 ,!'; -'

they hopped. Every plane *CIITIOI: lit OUT AS BIIECTED* ,.
ATHLETE'SFOOT flying the Hump has a small tin ii All MOD DEM iom it IT mil.mnpi it,price ""

chest (with its own parachute) containing ciEit Din eo., I...jmtoimti 4. FLORID

medicine, snake-bite, anti- ,..,
80.6% of cases dote, water purifier, concentrated
showed clinical improvement
k g after only food, signal flares, mirrors, mosquito UbVF MtJNIl1N7'8 with :;

10 days treatment nets, etc. This chest is kept near ,
X with SOKETONE in the; plane's door. If the crew has .

impartial, scien to; jump, the chest is kicked out be- I COURT
tific test "fap Brush"Applicator fresh
fore the' last man leaves the plane. makea'BLACKLEAF40'i Eveready Batteries

In the jungle, crews are taughtto JUST DASH A IN FEATHERS.. cotnlcxtuttxtaFamous
SORETONEMade stay where they are until sightedby

A rescue planes which signal in-

structions as to where they can be
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( Sold with money.back guarantee picked up. Natives are usually ---.e.?

O 50* and1.00CHECKED friendly and the chances of getting to relieve MONTHLY :: L---b
rescued from the jungle are far bet- iM

ter than if a flier drops over the des- f FEMALE1:: r,"# ? i
"cl',:.
ert or in the sea. :
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Japs Shot Down Many. MISERY .

The Japs shot down many ATC (Also fine Stomachic Tonic I)

: planes early,in the war by'painting Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- ss5r c ,':!
MALARIA their; DC-4s with U. S. insignia. pound is famous to relieve not only x ''. ,, !II
also ,
monthly pain but accompanying "
Flying close the Japs waited "
up nervous, tired; hlgnstrune feelings- ;
IN 7 DAYS WITH until they had perfect targets, then when due to functional periodic dis

LIQUIDforMALARIAL I fired. U. S. planes had to be turbances. Taken regularly-It helps .,.
build 'up resistance against such dis-
660 repainted. tress. Plnkham's Compound helps na .

'' SYMPTOMS' Before Pearl Harbor, Roosevelt tureFollow label directions. Try itt .....
'Me'onlycsfacetedWNU
ordered special fighter planes dffdfa ( Punkhcvnifi COMPOUND
rushed to the British in Egypt where .I.

-7 27-45 Rommel had General Montgomery'sback -. i,

i to the wall. However, fighter (s# .:_.._e.... w-hvGrar.: hvkw .cadt<,t,.
planes couldn't make the long IS GETTING UP NIGHTS ...

trek across Africa without refuelingand

there was no airport in the heartof GETTING YOU DOWN ? rR

o. the continent. One day an .
American engineer was dropped offa Thousands say famous doctor's "So far it's been plenty walkie-but'. no talkie.". .,(

May Warn of Disordered plane almost in the center of Africa discovery gives blessed relief from Kidney Action
in French territory not far
Modern life with Its hurry and worry, from the Sudan. He had his pockets irritation of the bladder caused by GOOD NEws-ceEveready" "Mini-Max" batteries r.ar """

drinking irregular-habits its risk Improper of exposure eating and infection stuffed with money, and his head excess acidity in the urine are back! Since Pearl Harbor, they have powered the -' BEADY
-throws heavy strain on the workof stuffed with ideas. That was about '
famous walkie-talkiesand other vital equipment for \;
the kidneys. They to beoome
are apt
Why 'suffer needlessly from backaches, -.
all. He also had instructions
over-taxed and fall to filter excess acidand to run-down feeling from excess acidity in our Armed Forces.
other impurities from the life-giving build an airport. Six weeks later the urine) Just try DR. KILMER'S .
blood. SWAMP ROOT, the renowned herbal Now the War Production Board has authorized '
the ATC back ,
You may Buffer nagging backache, came and he had a medicine.SWAMP ROOT acts fast on the .
headache, dizziness, getting up nights, 4,500-foot sodded runway in fairly kidneys to promote the flow of urine and production of these famous "B" batteries for civilian I '

leg ,pains nervous, swelling-feel,all worn out. Other constantlytired signs good shape. He had drafted most nally relieve created troublesome by a excess practising acidity.physician Origi- radios. Chances are, you'll find them at your dealer's J.

of kidney or bladder disorder are sometimes of the camels and most of the natives Dr. Kilmer's is a carefully blended combi- now. I'
urination.burning scanty or too frequent in that part of Africa and paid nation of 16 herbs, roots, vegetables, bal-
sams. Absolutely nothing harsh or habit-
i Try Doan'a Pill. Doan'i help the to do Remember-size for size ,
them plenty the job. Fighter forming in this pure, scientific prepara-
kidneys to pass off harmful excess body tion. Just good ingredients that quicklyact "Eveready"'j\Iini.Max''bat. :
waste. They have had more than half a planes immediately began crossingto '
on the kidneys to increase the flow of ---
century ot public approval. Are recommended -. the Egyptian front and the Brit- urine and case the uncomfortable symptoms jlerics are the most powerful"B" J.
by grateful users everywhere.Alk ish staged its comeback. of bladder irritation. batteries made.Let's .
your neighbor! army Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY! ever ,
Today the French are making diplo Like thousands of others you'll be glad it oierl J JTh
matic inquiries as' to this airport that you did. Send name and address to gcttl.c Jap-and get '
Department B, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box
s apparently with a view to taking it 1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Sendat ,regiittrid tradi"tnarkt "EvtreaJy"and /ifini-/ololX"distinguish products of
over. once All druggists sell Swamp Root. Nttttonal Carbon Company, Inc. i I
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:FRIDAY: JULY 20, 1945 THE CLEWISTOX NEWS J'AGE SEVEN:


:, Service Comptroller- Lee I amount of herringbone twill available tho terms of this Act, 4c per head In missioner is hereby authorized *:o,

Army I for production of men's work numbers of 100 or over, and 4c per .apply by a bill in equity to a Circuit

Forces Need More Issues Statement clothing will result from the decla- head in numbers of less than 100. Court or Circuit Judge shall have

ration of a "holiday" for about three Section 14. It shall be unlawful jurisdiction upon hearing and for
Dog Enlistees I -- months in procurement of this typeof for any person to kill any cattle (one cause shown to grant a temporary
State Comptroller J. M. Lee today
_. issued the following statement: finished cotton fabric by the Army I I. or more) in the State of :!florida, I lor permanent injunction, or both,
II! Quartermaster Corps, WPB announced. without having the same inspectedby restraining any person from violat-
F The services forces announce "The records of the fiscal year
army tol I Though the "holiday" is effec- a regularly appointed inspector; ing or continuing to violate any of
today the need of 1,600 more dogs ending June 30, 1945, are now clos-
: trained I tive immediately, WPB said, it will provided that butchering of any such the .provisions of this Act or for fail
"K-9 to be
join the Corps" ) ed. All bills payable from approp-
be about six weeks before it is reflected animal by the owner or his or her ing or refusing to comply with the
as scouts. These scouts'save Amer- riations for such year, Including the
in increased quantities of agent, if killed in the presence of requirements of this Act or any rule
lean soldiers' lives, the Fourth sere- cost of twenty-nine days of the extraordinary -
stressing work 'clothing. one or more disinterested reputable :or regulation duly promulgated as in
ice command announced in session of the legislature -
-- persons shall not be unlawful. this Act authorized. Such
the fact that no patrol of U. S. ,that have reached the Comp- I injunc-
CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY Section 15. Any person who shall tion to be Issued without bond.
.soldiers accompanied by a scout dOgC" / troller's office have been paid. With
CHURCH offer for sale slaughtered beef I
has ever been ambushed by the Japsor the, closing of such records there wasa any Section 19A. The terms of this
David C. 'Hancock, Minister without subjecting to and procuring
I Act shall
not
fired upon first. I balance of $11,051,498.67 in the apply to any county of
inspection of the hides containing the '
Eleven.scout dogs have earned the General Revenue Fund, and a bal- I this State which borders upon any
SUNDAY, JULY 22, 1945 unmutilated ears, or who shall muti- other' State
which lies
highest honor possible to a military ance of $2,716,240.64 in the Teach- I and East of
c', animal in' the form of citation certificates ers' ,Salary Fund, a total of $13.- Sunday School, 9:45 a, m., Dr. C. late such ears before inspection, shallbe the Perdido River and West of the

E: issued to' their donors by 767,31.On E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor punished as herein provided. j Saint Marys River and shall not ap-
,< Edmund. Section 16. It shall be unlawiul',ply to Suwannee and Levy Conties.
Gen. Gregory Quar-
Lt. ; the 28th day of April, 1945, all (:
ages.Morning
:-.: termaster General under whose di- in to a request from mem- for any person, firm. or corporation j I'j Section 20.. Should any portionof
response I Worship, 11:00 a. m. A to have the possession of cattle un-. this Act be unconstitutional or
trained for
. rection the dogs are Army bers of the Senate and House of : ((
" :.: service. Their'training enabled them Representatives, I made an estimateof nursery for small children is con- der claim of ownership when in fact]1 invalid, the remaining portions shall

;:i to detect the presence of enemies, anticipated balances as of the ducted by the Mothers' Club at the said person, firm tor corporation does I[nevertheless be valid and effective.

t t alerting the American patrols and''X' close of the ficsal year June.30, 1945.In Community Center. not own said cattle. Section 21. Chapter 534, Florida
human lives. Scout have Section 17. The Commissioner of Statutes 1941 and all laws
saving dogs that estimate I placed the Gen- "Our Father" is .the theme of the and parts '-,
! : been known to detect an enemy at a eral Revenue Fund at $11,321,924.- minister's sermon. This is the firstin Agriculture is authorized to, appoint of laws which are in conflict here :

: : distance of 500 yards. 65. I placed the Teachers' Salary a series on the Lord's Prayer. as many inspectors hereunder as he with are hereby repealed.

;ti< Dogs are trained by the'Quarter- Fund at $1,770,413.62. I advised deems advisable and to fix their Section 22. This act shall take
Westminster Fellowship meeting,
;' master Corps at Fort Robinson, Neb., said members of the legislature that compensation. Said inspectors shall effect upon the first day of July;
' '., and when their service with the' in my opinion that estimate was 6:00 p. m., at the church. furnish a surety bond in such amountas 1945. r

Army is finished, they are "de-mili conservative. My estimated total of You are cordially invited to worsh'ip required by the Commissioner ,of rI

tarized" by special training and the two funds was $13,092,338.27.The with us.METHODIST. i Agriculture. Said inspectors, shall ) I

,f again become the docile, obedientpet actual balances are $13,767- collect and; promptly ,remit to the I

of the owner and are returned 739.31. The actual balances in the : CHURCH Commissioner of Agriculture the fees Madam La Rose
home at government expense. Breeds( two funds exceed my estimate by W. S. Bozeman, Minister provided for ,and required to be paid

of dogs found suitable for trainingas i $675,401.04.' under this Act, which fees shall be !

scouts to use agaInst. the Japs are: From summer racing there was I Sunday School, 7:15 p. m. paid into the State Treasury of Flor- PALMIST

'- German Shepard, Belgian Sheep Dog, made available for Worship Service, 8:00: p. m. ida and; become a part of the General
and
,collected i EXPERIENCE
Doberman Pinscher, 'Collie, (Farm disbursement by the Comptroller the Services are being held, temporarily Inspection Fund, from which Gen- 80 TEARS

Type), Schnauzer (Giant), Airedale sum of $397,628.41which was in the Library room of theCommunity' eral Inspection Fund the salaries of I
Terrier, Rottweiler and Center and all are cor- inspectors hereunder and all
positive slightly lower than I had expectedit ex- U you u. ...
crosses of these breeds. Dogs may to be. dially invited to attend.ST. penses incurred in the enforcementof trouble, donbt j jor

be made or female and if acceptedlor Let me express to the taxpayersof this Act shall be paid. I tsar, do not
this training and work must be fall to M* tIa.b'
this state my deep and abiding MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL Section 18. Any person who shall
sound, in good health and sturdy, appreciation for the manner in which CHURCH violate any provision of this Act, g 111.d I**?.:
from 14 months to three and half I s h. will ..awl
a
s; they have responded to the tax laws either by doing anything forbiddenor ,
years old, from 24 to 28 inches high Services every bunday at 8:30a. you and 7..W
failing to do and perform anything
four thereby
for the past years, :
..
at Clewiston Community s,1 tOTed n *rnam
at shoulder and weigh from 55 to m.
": building up the greatest net bal- required hereby, shall be guilty of 'I ..
85 pounds. ances ever in ,the history of the Church.THE misdemeanor and, upon conviction,
REV. S. D. MASON
;', Dog owners in. Florida desiring to"enlist" 'state." shall be punished by a fine of not I No' one In touAH tun.4 *nq r.ook .
*:: their dogs in, this work 'may Priest, in Charge. more than '$500.00 or imprisonmentfor I Pot whit. or ..tOHI. '. ,..
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a1,>- write or contact .personally Captain MEN TO GET INCREASEIN ,not more than six months.

,.:; Fred Truex, Box. 202, Jacksonville. TWILL WORK: CLOTHES' New Marks-- Section 19. In addition' to the NEAR CORNER STORE

:. remedies provided ,in this' Act and

IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID A temporary increase in the (Continued from Page 2). notwithstanding the existnece of any t South Cleuiston

;0;: .. I one other responsible, disinterested adequate remedy at law, the Com ,

V':. MNNNNN. .. ....NN. .NHNNN. .NNNNNMNNNNNNNNN. . . . .....'..............................................................:..:..:..:H: person showing the right to slaughter -
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...". X .s. I inspector, he shall make a record .of I
s
? i the color of the flesh marks of the

r.(:-- ? Let Us :;_: I hide and stamping the hides and

'. quarters as herein required. In all
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< STILL LOOKING FOR HOUSES
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cases .where marks have been alter


L :(\'._-... .SuppiyYou! With t tt [I shall ed inspectors'so state and records shall and also state reports if We Need Listings :

': 'i said alterations appear-to be recent. I Ii ''
i Section 9. It shall be the dutyof I

.F. f :,: ; the Commissioner to furnish each .... 'Priced Right."
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/ ":" inspector with a metal stamp of the .
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:;: ::: :; f : ,. v
,>. following description: 1% inches in -
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:t.:, 3: '.: WINDOW CARDS <'; ::: I diameter border thereof and containing the number around of the the II J. E. BeardsleyREAL

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(: ',' ':' .s. district and in the shall be
'" ,. ,. \'_ ,z, center, i
" :; : the word "Recorded" and the num-
: ; RULED FORMS : ESTATE BROKERPhone
't' ,', ,. ,;. ber of the inspector. The Com- _
IF., 's' ,- missioner shall furnish to' each inspector -
's' r-. '.: .;.
LETTERHEADS a sufficient number of blank
\ 's' .;.,. 66 Hopkins Bldg.
f". :t: ,' "J:': ::: books, reports, and other forms, to

:'f.;, 's''s' .'- ENVELOPES' .-,, y:: ,,s.l s.. enable Section him'10.to discharge It shall be his the duties.dutyof .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..)

: = : the inspectors or any other per-
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.
: : BILLHEADS k :' son designated by the Commissioner
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hereunder to visit all markets and
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: ,, places where slaughtered cattle are
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; : .HANDBILLS
< 't'
; E- offered for sale at reasonable' inter- Easter BulbsFOR
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"-,':;:. ,. C; ""i. :t:
: vals and keep said markets under
; ::: \. ':' TICKETS" I /7". ... ., :i: I close observation and it shall be unlawful -
-

. :: :: '. : o: :. ;t;. \, : poration for to any have person the ,possession firm ,or cor-of PLANTINGInspected

. ; '.,. z
:'." ;.: :; ETC. :'z': slaughtered beef which has not been
:;", '. .s' and ,Certified ''by State Plant Board of Florida
,, :s: stamped as herein provided. Also
; ;
For Sale and Shipment
1 all slaughtered beef which has not
: ::f At a, price surprisingly low '_ been stamped as herein provided at

i S markets or other places where The Only Way to Sure Profits is to Plant
: y
, 0 xx slaughtered cattle are held for sale
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shall be confiscated .by the Commis- CERTIFIED BULBSPrices
x f sioner of Agriculture and his in-

x r X spectors. According to. Quantity Ordered
Section 11. After the carcass .of
7 Write for Quotations
;;: 'tk z. any cattle has been duly recorded |
( and stamped according to the terms'of

k f this act, it shall not be necessaryto MRS. ALBERT DEVANELAKE
Quality, Printing .i..i.s further retain the hide with such

x' + carcass, the stamping shall be treat- PLACID, FLORIDA 11
" '.' ed as'a certificate of the previous
, 't. .'. recording thereof.

, .. '"?(, .. .. Xl 's'z Section 12. All law enforcement l

l,:":., )t: .} officers, including citrus inspectors ---- i
: '.. gasoline inspectors, all other inspec- rf

: LET US ESTIMATE ON tors of the Department of Agricul-
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ture and highway patrolmen, in the Flamingo Brand

; ::|_i: YOUR NEXT ORDER :;: State of to Florida stop any, are person hereby or per-authorized -

:It? "., : :X;: sons transporting cattle and to

, .'t':. : spect the evidence of ownership in-\\ DAIRY FEED

It'I, ';," .,;, XI I ,I forth herein, and any person, firm. t
>< or corporation transporting cattle
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required herein shall be deemed J
r' t guilty of misdemeanor
a and upon
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:t. .;. ing to law.Section .

:| '. WILL CALL TO ASSIST YOU .::i it for inspection 13. under Fees to this be Act charged shall You Can't Buy A Better Feed

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be as follows:

: "| For recording, marks and brands FOR SALE IX THIS AREA AT DEHYDRATING PLANT IN
t : .
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and stamping hides and carcasses of MOORE HAVEN
". butchered cattle, for: each carcass of \
:-' I THE CLEWISTON NEWS =j i;:; five or less offered by the same partyat

J one time, 25i; for more than five WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)
, ( :: and less than twenty, 15call; over
'! : ,;.L. | twenty, 10c. MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA
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EIGHT TIlE CLEWISTOX NEWS
'. FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1945

With Our Boys- If that freedom be once again- lost, Arierica's fighting -!:' :., that victoryon American wells, that many of you freedom for the sons of men every-
PS it was after the last war, the unforgivable -
the battlefield will autnnratlcall7guarantee were killed by shells fashioned from where. Amen."
blame will be ours not the triumph of democracyat
from 5) American steel.: We promiSe that 'ClYde's brother, S-Sgt. Lloyd Dun-
(Continued Page. theirs. So it Is we, the living, who home. This war, with all it; when
vdier-navigator on a B-26 before the are here to be dedicated and consecrated frightful heartache and suffering, I1 once again men seek profit atro'ur klee, came home from the European
Var 'ended. He is based in Belgium : expense, we shall remember
but, the beginning fo our generation's how looked Theatre about the time of Clyde's "" '
you when
lie scheduled to remain there in we placed you
was struggle for democracy. When the death and after spending a furlough i
I "We ourselves first
dedicate to reverently, lovingly, in the ground.
the Occupation but -
Army of possibly Jive together in peace the theyI last battle has been won, there will with his wife in Tennessee and his ,
way
chance that he might "Thus do we memoralize those
taking a
father
fought and are buried in this war. be those at home, as there were last in Oviedo spurned an offer !
:get a leave home en route to India Here lie men who loved America be- time, who will want us to' turn our who, having ceased living with us, for discharge and is now in the

&e took the GDI s cause their ancestors generationsago backs in selfish isolation on the rest now live within us. Thus do we South"Pacific "to kill a few Jape for ,

'The following is a reproduction helped in her founding and other of organized humanity and thus to consecrate ourselves, the living, to Clyde. I
I men who loved her with equal pas- sabotage the very peace for whichwe carryon the struggle they begaa.
Vjf the dedication talk made by an I i I
sion they themselves or their own fight. We promise you who lie Too' much blood has gone into this I
: 'chaplain at the cemetery on i i i'Jwo I l I I
army 1 fathers escaped from oppression to here: We will not do that! We soil for us to let It lie barren. Toa iI BUtfUVilHBBBflBBHi
::
: Marines
Jima where
so many i,1 her blessed shores. Here lie officers will join hands with Britain. China, much pain and heartache have fertilized -I The

and Army men are buried. It was ; and men, Negroes and whites, rich Russia in peace, even as' we have in the earth ,on which we stand. I I HOLLYWOOD WINDSOR FLORIDA ..
'received recently by R. W. Dunklee I BEACH.
whose men and poor=together. Here are war, to build the kind of world for We here solemnly swear: This shall ; i*. ee., CATl*, (Aft UAaI.
'of Moore Haven son, Sgt. i .,
Protestants, Catholics and Jews which you died. not be in vain! Out 'of this, and .ItNO Mtrrrtl MTU. .
Clyde 'Dunklee, was killed there on from the Mcui .tttCttvt IN H.1UtI Mt
suffering and sorrow of ......
together. Here no man prefers
the second day of the Invasion. The "When the last shot has been those .
who
copy is from the Washington Even-, another because of his faith or fired, there will still be those whose we promise-the mourn this birth, will come-'' J I t .fIIs. T EWI.aye. 0.........
Sng Star: despises him because of his color., eyes are turned backward, not for- of a new nnnsaaaaaaaaBBVIf '

"This is perhaps the grimmest, and I Here there are no quotas of how ward, who will be satisfied with
many from each group are admit-
those wide extremes of poverty and
surely the holiest task we have faced I. J
ted or allowed. Among these men wealth in which the seeds of another
since D day Here before us lie the I -
there is no discrimination, no pre- :
'bodies of comrades and friends. Men war can breed. We promise you,
judice, no hatred. Theirs Is the I You
'w bo until yesterday or last week I our departed comrades: This too we I WishGUARANTEED
highest and purest democracy. will not permit. This war has been
laughed with us, joked with us, trained I I
with us. ,Men who were on the "Any man among us, the living, fought by the common man; its

same ships, with us,. and went over who fails to understand that will fruits of peace must be enjoyed by .
the sides with us as we. prepared to thereby betray those who lie here the common man! We promise, by F

iiit the beaches of this island. Men dead.' Whoever of us, lifts his handin all that is sacred and holy, that your *

'who" fought with us and feared with hate against a brother, or thinks I sons, the sons of miners and millers, Automotive' Repair Service rfMachine \ i

us. Somewhere in this plot of himself superior to those who hap- the sons of farmers and workers, :{ :,: ; I
ground there "may lie the., man who pen to be In the minority makes of' will Inherit from your death the j Work, i'-J-4rf\.," 'J

could have discovered the cure fort this ceremony and of the bloody right to a living that is decent and _

ancer. Under one of..these Christian ,sacrifice it commemorates an emp'tY'1 secure. ,' 'Painting and Body, Repair Service' '

Crosses, or beneath a Jewish Star of i hollow mockery. Thus, then as our I "When the final cross has been

David, there' may rest now a man I :solemn, sacred duty, do we the liv- placed in the last cemetery, mice I Genuine Ford Repair PartsSEE I.' '.: "
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who was destined to be a great j ing now dedicate ourselves-to the '! again there will be those to whom

prophet-to find the way, perhaps, 1 right of Protestants, Catholics and profit is more important than peace. .
for all to live in plenty, with poverty .Jews, of white men and Negroes who will insist with the voice of ti

and hardship for none. Now they alike' to enjoy the democracy for !I,sweet reasonableness and appease- '

lie here silently in this sacred soil, which all of them have here paid the ment that it is better to trade with HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS

and we gather to consecrate this price. i the enemies of mankind than, by

earth in their memory. "To one thing more do we consecrate crushing them, to lose their profit.To .

"It is not easy to do so. Some of ourselves in memory of those you who sleep here silently, we Ford Sales and Service

us have buried our closest friends who, sleep beneath these crosses and :.give our promise:: We will not listen! PHONE 93 CLEWISTOX *
) ere. We 'saw these men' killed be- stars. We shall not foolishly sup We will not forget that some of you FLORIDA

'ToTe our very eyes. Any one _of ns pose, as did the, last generation of were burnt with oil that came from

'might have died in' their places. In- '1 ---- .. --

VJeed, some of us are alive and breath- -...- ---------
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ing at this very moment only because
men who lie here beneath us had the r.
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courage and strength to. give their ':', \ .
lives for ours. To speak in memoryof I ; --

such men as these is not easy. Of ; t t. : ..
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them, too, can it be said with utter t#.,
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truth: 'The world will little note ..' -f: '., ,?.,.......
nor long'remember what we say here. I -, ,,,I"'":,
3t can never forget what they did H'i i.-i

"here.' : +/ 1 ,"'
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"No, our poor power of speech .
can add nothing to what these men I I "_ '

and the other dead of our division ,:.:"-
'Who are not here hare already done.

All that we even hope to do is follow -
'
: their example. To show the : .

same selfless, courage in peace that ..: ,.' ,
they did in war To swear that by

the grace of God and the stubborn

strength and' power of human will, 1'i

'their sons and ours shall never suffer ,

these pains again. These men
i
have done their job well. They have ,
paid the ghastly price of freedom.
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