The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01058
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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 27, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:01058
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Local Coast Guard South Florida Wins Two
Atlanta Reporter Meets

I: Unit Is CommendedFor

!r T C; Sugar Corp. President Security--Work- New State Senate Seats

Chas. E. Atwill, Coast Guard r 0
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member and lighthouse keeper here,
By RALPH McGILL 'Stuccoing Of Church I Extraordinary Session of
(Atlanta Constitution I I Advertisement for Bids received a telegram Tuesday from '

ATLANTA. Clarence Bittingwas I IOn School Furniture Admiral R. R. Waesch, commendingthe : Building Is BegunA I 53 Days Ends On-

in our town yesterday, and a Temporary Reserve Coast Guard
Tuesday Night
more interesting fellow you never I Unit of Clewiston for its work dur-
heard saw. The school board expects to receive 'contractor from Pahokee was .
He heads or up the famous Clewis-I bids until August Id and ing the early part of the war In at work the first of the week stuc- The longest -session of the Florida ,

ton Farms which are down near open them on' that date for the protection of waterfront facilities, coing the exterior of the new St. legislature closed Tuesday eveningin

Palm Beach, Fla. Palm Beach glam- purchase of furniture and equip- and said that he regretted'' inabilityto Martin's Episcopal Church building Tallahassee after passage by both
r orizes bathing beauties and society. ment for the new school buildingnow personally present: the Shield of I but the work had not been completed Senate and House of the compromisebill

Bitting has made the sweet potato under construction here by Honor to the unit. when he had to return home last on reapportionment of the State

and sugar cane more exciting.He Paul H. Smith Construction Company The unit was formed during the night. Senate seats proposed by Senator

took over a sugar company ", darker days of the war and was The exterior walls of the church Fraser of St. Augustine. The bill
that had gone broke doing thingsin E. M. Cornette, Clewiston school headed first by M. E. Von Mach as have been completed for some time was signed by Governor Millard Cald-

the old-fashioned manner. While board member, has been vacationing Skipper.; The last Skipper electedwas but finishing work has to be done well shortly before the adjournment
at Hot Springs and is now in N. V. S. Mumford but the unit materials and available sine
his neighbors laughed, Bitting I as labor are die at 8:45 p. m. after an extraordinary -
;: brought in research men and told Kentucky but expects to return to has 'not. been active since the need and no effort is being made to rush session of 53 days dura-

them ,to go to work. I I Clewiston on the, 10th In time for for caution was relaxed. completion. I tion.

;'; The result is a local cane which I I the bid opening.!! I The telegram follows: -- What appeared to be a hopeless
Members ,. I
;; -I Temporary Reserve reapportionment
deadlock the
produces three times as much sugar on
Unit, Flotilla U, Division 2, U. S.
as the old cane; 'a stock of food STEWART RETURNS I question between north and south
and a starch plant next month goes T5 BARNEY GORDON '. Coast. Guard:Fla. Florida senators was broken ,ten days
into big-time commercial produc- ago when Sen. Fraser and Sen Gray'of
tion of starch from sweet potatoes.His I sincerely' regret, my inability to FROM TALLY NOT Panama City lined up with the
acreage yield for sweet potatoes II! personally Guard'Security award States ; I south Florida delegation and were
Coast Shield of followed little later Sen. McAr-
has gone as high as 39 tons per acre I a by
and he expects to average better than'| Honor to the temporary reserve unit PLEASED WITH ACTElbert thur of Fernandina Sen. Shands of
J 20. i recognition of the valued and important Gainesville and Sen. Perdue of Cedar t
contributions it has made to .
He has four pure-bred: herds of I the Coast Guard's Port Security pro- Key.,
cattle feeding 'on his improved' pas- This week brought one of those gram. Your tasks individually and L. Stewart, Hendry The compromise bill offered by

=: tures white face,, Angus, short fateful letters so feared by those at collectively have been performedwith representative in the county. Sen. Fraser .takes away two senators

horn and Brahman. For five years home to Mrs. Beatrice Gordon. The loyalty and efficiency and your returned Wednesday from north Florida and gives' themto
before that he had experimented letter from the War Department ad- endeavors have contributed materially I Tallahassee where he has been in at- South Florida and was passed, bya

with Florida range steers and found vised Mrs. Gordon of the accidental I to the war effort, Your> patriotic tendance at the extraordinary session :vote of 23 to 12, with three senators I

that his improved pastures added death of her husband, Barney, ': service in the protection of water- called by Governor Caldwell I not answering roll call. The

one pound a day. When- he moved : Technician 5th grade, April 3, 1945, front facilities and vessels thus 're- to carry out the constitutional man house vote was 56 to 22.

1 them in to the finishing; pens, some I"i! in Korbach, Germany, when he was leasing military personnel for sea date of reapportionment of senates I The session was called, accordingto

put on as much as three and a, quar-" killed by a vehicle. duty is one for' which the Coast ats on the basis of population. the constitution, by Governor
ter pounds day and the The Mr. Stewart stated that he was Caldwell after no had been
per average I following is an excerpt from Guard and the country will be ever progress
-' is better than two. the letter written' by one of Barney's grateful. t glad, to be able to again establish made' on reapportionment during the

';; Y' 'On his farms is located the most 1 superior officrs: .!"During the months Adm. R. R. Waesch, Commandant, I residence in Clewiston'but was not I.I regular session. The north 'Florida'bloc \

:. .',extensive and best equipped, privately -I. your husband served as a memberof U. S. C. G. I at ,all satisfied with the reapportionment holding an edge on the num-
':::, owned research department in the this battalion his services were of compromise bill which ber of senatorial seats, were determ-

United States. It Is the heart of inestimable value. As member of was' introduced by Senator Fraserof ined to hold on to this, edge while
his empire.. the maintenance ,section, the me- I St. Augustine and passed by both the south Florida group, entitled by

They do things like this. They I 'chanical ability and tireless effortsof NEARLY FIVE INCHESOF I Senate and House on Tuesday. In virtue of population to more sena-

k don't employ the usual chemical} your husband during the cam- fact, he said, he had difficulty inI' torial seats insisted that the re-

test of soil. They employ a machine paign against the .enemy were highly RAIN I persuading himself to vote for the apportionment be, complete d accord- .
which sounds fantastic. Maybe It instrumental, in bringing this FALLS HEREIN I bill even though he realized that It't,ing to the state' constitution. The

Is. The' usua!; faiTuei-4-'>:WotiId_ think struggle) 'to''a .'successtuf: o Ojiclusion." was_ probably the best, that? could be :House; with ,a. ,preponderance of

1$ ,so. And he would be right. But he about two years and 'overseas approximately TEN-DAY PERIOD ,: worked out at this "session:, 1|south Florida votes could have quickly -

ought not to think it fantastic' that one year 'when his death True apportionment, Mr. Stewart ( enacted a law' but the divisionwas
his State agricultural department I j occurred. Prior to his service in said, would have given South Florida' so close in the Senate that the -
s I: ( three seats, possibly four in place issue to be dead-
have one. He ought to think it the Army he was employed by a The same unsettled atmospheric appeared hopelessly
I construction of the two obtained and the compromise locked. Bitter feelings which were
wrong they don't have it. company and followedthis conditions which caused the tropical
The, perfect plants are ,burned be- kind of work for about a year storm last :week in the Gulf, are .believed -' still left a few districts in '' aroused during the controversy ap .
tween two electric tubes. They are before he entered the Army. He by local weather observers to the Senate top-heavy, Including one peared to have been dissipated be- '
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had or two in north Florida. fore the Tuesday adjournment.The ,
photographed and master charts indicate previously been employed' by have caused the heavy general rains ,
the proportion of the various the United States Sugar Corpora which have occured over the past Mr. Stewart, 'expects to introduce i| Fraser bill will

p f minerals in them. Samples of soil ] tion, where he operated the cane I couple of weeks over South Florida. a bill at the 1947 session which will }! Take Taylor county out of the 12th 1.

are burned and photographed and harvesters during the 1941 season. These conditions ', have changed increase the number of senators of i j! district and put it with Madison,
the mineral contents measured. The I When he shipped overseas he .left somewhat now and it is believed that the state from the present 38 to a1'which now is alone in the tenth. '

machine is called a specto-scope and I from Fort Knox, Ky., where he was most of the rain which comes for a sufficient number to make' the districts !| Join together Dixie from the 12th,

the cost is ''around $4,000. I I assigned to a tank battalion. Before time will "be local showers and will of a size, geographically, that i| Gilchrist from the 32nd and Levy "

n All this sounds beyond the reachof this he had been in training' at a occur late in the ,afternoons.The ''a senator can well serve the entire II j i which now has the :31st district to
the farmer'and in : I district. He did not indicate how Itself.
average of course, camp Mississippi Townsite station of the U. S. I
it is. It may sound a little too He, was a nephew of Mr and Mrs. Sugar Corporation 1.08 inches Tues many extra seats this would provIdebut i Link Lafayette from the 12th and
'r "scientific" to some, and it is. But L. L. Lowe and besides his wife is day afternoon and 1.08 on Friday it would call for a constitutional'amendment Hamilton, which is the 30th alone, 2

i (Continued on Page 8) survived by- a son, }Gerald, aged four. I afternoon for the two heaviest! rainsof at the next general elec- j i to Suwanee, which now is by itself

Mrs. Gordon resides in South the week. .19 inches was recorded tion. I II Jin the 17th.

'a No Extra Sugar Here Clewiston where she and her husband Wednesday and only a trace I,' Any further effort at reapportion- j j That would release two northern
lived before he left to follow yesterday. On Tuesday of last week :vent on a basis of population is not I[ district numbers for assignment to
For Home CanningSince construction work.Engineers likely to be undertaken before' the South Florida.
r there was .02 inches, a trace on "
I Wednesday, .11 on Thursday, 1.07 1955 session. Broward and Palm' Beach counties i '

the publication in the News To Clean Saturday, .54 inches Sunday and now joined in the 35th, would '

last week of an item from the reg- .87 inches Monday making a total of Kiwanis Tour Of (Continued on Page 8)

ular OPA weekly rationing news Hyacinths From Creek, 4.96 inches for the ten-day period. I
i Cattle
concerning the maximum of fifteen Ritta had a 2.25 inch fall last Project I Ortona Lock Work

pounds of canning sugar to anyone The Clewiston sub-office of the Thursday and South Bay reported ,I Is Rained Out

I person, the local office has' been U. S. Engineers has been given the two inches Saturday.The I Complete On Schedule _

deluged ,with requests:;; for a greater project for the removal of hyacinths total rainfall, average R for I -
amount of sugar for such pur- from Arbuckle Creek which con- the month through Monday in the The propose visit of Kiwanis I '
The repair and painting of the ,
members to the cattle project of the \ .
poses, sugar which they did not inects' Lake Arbuckle with Lake Western Division was 8.250 inches
I i Ortona Lock was completed on
U. S. Sugar Corporation Wednesday
have. giving an for July of
Istokpoga thus excess
facilitating drainage 2.7311 .
of j schedule despite some loss of time
It is thought possible that fifteen I in the Kissimmee Valley. Equip- inches. A deficiency for the year of evening was cancelled because and the
through weather
I inclement weather impromptu I
and an
pounds may be allowed in some sec- ment has already been brought in more than ten inches still exists.
tions of the country where the fruit from other districts to supplementthe The Eastern Division shows an excess -i program was held at the dinner I Caloosahatchee is again open to
I navigation. .
crop is heavy but a strict quota has equipment available here of 3.329 inches for this month'(i meeting.A i -
been given to Florida counties and I aisance flight over the area the first with a deficiency of of 8.736 inches )i plan offered by the secretary of !! The German prisoners of war and : }
the Hollywood Club read whichis | other personnel used in this work
this : was
quota does not permit a com- niance flight over the area the first for the year. '
plete distribution of even the five l lof the week to study the hyacinth During'the rainy period tempera- I( seeking to stimulate the mango are being shifted to the St. Lucie :
f I South A I lock miles west of Stuart j jI il
industry in Florida. con- eight
pound maximum which I
boards in growth and roads by which equip- ture maximums have taken a decided '
this area have been ordered to I ment stations ( test is being arranged among Ki- where needles will be placed and .,
ad- could be moved in. He reported drop, some
here to.1Irs. I repori-I wanis Clu.bs.of this district 'with dewatering begun Monday. This ,a
that there are three main jams, ing maximums as low as 83
members paying in a dollar and are I will be the first time this lock has .
C. J. Nielsen, chief clerk in one about four miles in length and and the highest being 94 degrees.
the office, said that she had written i the two others somewhat smaller. I furnished with a seed or small tree. been given this attention since its

if' Miami for advice but was quite sure, The hyacinths will be removed The money raised in this way will i completion in 1941.
in view of the present acute situa largely by being broken up with Softball League !. be invested in war bonds and will The schedule of work, met so far

tion, that no more would be allotted destroyer boats and then being go in ten years to the one display- in the work at Moore Haven and
for canning here. drifted out. ing the best fruit from his tree. !! Ortona, calls for completion of the }

--. I -- U.S.S.C 0, iMoore Haven 3 Seven members of the local club : St. Lucie work by August 15. Navi a
joined in the plan. : gation during this time will be .
A bar of Sugar Company marked
f' Former 'Resident meat, equivalent in size
i i limited to the use of the old lock
another in the win column at the i iHENDRY
to a nickel candy bar, has been developed
I CHOSEN BY CATTLEMEN I I I chamber, 30 feet in width, 130 feet
Jailed For Theft by Wilson & Company for expense of the Moore Haven Tigers. ,
Cato, Bowden, Crochet and long and with four and a half feet,
use by the armed forces. I
: \j In Pahokee Monday mark led the Sugar Hundert-I At a recent meeting of the FlorIda -I of water over the lower sill.

: -- rage of eleven hits by' each collect-I State Cattlemen's Association :I During the past week there has
the house between seven and eight Ing 2. The Tigers made their 3 held in Kissimmee, Clewiston WAS'i been a consid 'able discharge of wa-
Frank Aldo Garrone '
sign painter in formerly a o'clock Monday evening by break-I rums when Eatmon stepped up with designated as the place for the 1946 j'ter through the Ortona spillway but
Clewiston. and at ing In a back door. Sheriff John with I I Broadfoot that this is 'II
association explains
annual meeting
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Riddle Field but slates aboard and put the hard- I IMr.
living- in
I for more than Pahokee Kirk and two deputies arrested him I woe'1 and 200 pounds of flesh be- January 8 and 9 designated as the II surplus water in the Moore
I a year, was sentenced at one o'clock the next morningand 1 conference dates.A I Haven-Ortona pool and that no water -
l'I hinr a home-run that is classed by
Tuesday in the Palm Beach
rt inal Court to seven Crim I found the money in a closet at I mat; \ as the longest hit ball of the return to the two-day convenI:I i is being allowed to escape from 1
years in the his home.
, Glennon said that there h. tion schedule was requested by the j Lake Okeechobee except that lost
: State seas i
Prison .
after '
breaking into the home confessing of to I was four or five hundred dollars in I II \ 1234507 HE board of directors according to P. I during normal lockages. Entire

' I ,''j Glennon in Pahokee and Walter the house which was not ;recovered. U. SS.. C. 3 0. 1 2 0 0 0 611 1M.Hven E. Williams, president. The invi- i control i' of the upper Caloosahatchee'
i, ; $13,200. stealing I Garrone admitted in court that 00002103 5 2 tation to hold the annual meeting in pool has been delegated to' Fred A,
he had been convicted of unlawful extended byCounty Flanders, lockmaster at Moore Ha-
t Garrone is Ba \ : Hare and McLeod Click Hendry County was :
said to have entered entry in New York City in 1933. fries on Page 8); I Agent H L. Johnson. I I'Yen.

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Circuit JudgeSentences I meeting, County Agent H. L.. Johnson I t developed'paralysis.. ;
Two asked that all members and all cattlemen -' Notice To Voters "Because very little is known I i
I attend. about polio we are unable to warn
Negroes Wednesday $ against definite dangers such as 4.
.- RATIONING Registration Books are open and are :: milk and water, for instance, where
(Hendry County News) I :||- at the City Hall. All who have not done :_=: typhoid fever is concerned Therefore -

Circuit Judge W. T. Harrison of CALENDARMEATS :;:' so are asked to register. The regular city ::|;:: Before, in the an effort horse to is 'lock stolen the,' we stable list

and FATS I :i|: election for three commissioners will be :|_: from time to time the usual precau-
Red Stamps tions which trust will
we enable
)Jpleacl guilty to charges on which :i;: held in 'September and should ::
were' being held in the HendrySly through everyone 3 every community to guard more
jail. Both were 6f Clewis- July K2 31 through; Q2 P2 through good U2 good :;I:; qualify for this election. :?;: thoroughly against polio outbreaks.The .
y following warning is listed
x by

tan.will Roben, charged with assault 01 through good through August September 31; V2 through 30; Al Z2 .::;.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:...................................................."...*..*<......"..*%...........-.x..IMI'tMI.*:**:**.MW..J..X:!:. !I the. National Paralysis:Foundation" for Infantile I':
"with intent to commit murder-sec- through El good through October -
ond degree, drew 4 years at hard I 131.i of residence: Avoid overtiring and extreme
permanent change
Ing a
iabor for stabbing to death Thelma i from I Polio Is Under v fatigue from strenuous exercise.
FOODS War workers moving
Robinson June 9 in Clewiston, while on .Page 8)
j I Blue Stamps one city to another as production : Control In Florida
:ionnSe :Miller was sentenced to 12 }.
T2 through X2 good through shifts from one type of war goodsto
Months in jail for attacking Felton |,July 31; Y2, Z2, Al, Bl, Cl good another and to civilian commodities. -
ilcGliee with an axe on June 17, the I There is -
through August 31; Dl through HI no evidence of a pending
charge against Lonnie being aggravated good through September 30; Jl 2. Members of the armed forces polio epidemic in Florida, accordingto F. Deane Duff

'assault.Assistant through N1 good through October moving to a new post. the State Board of Health. ;
31st. 3. Discharged war veterans returning Dr., E. F. Hoffman, Bureau, ,ol f REGISTERED REAL ESTATE
States Attorney L. T. SUGAR home or moving to another Epidemiology director, said that although BROKER

Bobbins of Arcadia spent Monday of j|! Stamp No. 36 good through Au- city ,to accept a job. a 50 percent increase in polio CTadeH, Hendry and Palm Bench
afternoon here taking testimony I| has been reported nationally, Florida County Lands for More Than
"'w witnesses to the cutting of Clotelle :]'gust' 31. NO LUMBER PERMIT NEEDED so far, has been fortunate in holdingher 23: Years
Walker July 17 at the Townsite in FUEL OIL FOR REPAIRS own against the disease.. r

lewiston by Hesekiah Roberson. Period 1, 2, V, 4 and 5 coupons Home owners need no longer apply "It is true that up to July 14, 1 "
:Doth are colored. good for ten gallons per unit, con- to the Federal Housing Admin 1945, we had 29 cases of Infantile I
Hesekiah was arrested by Deputy tinue valid throughout the countryfor istration of the National Housing paralysis reported as compared with
Sheriff Willie Powers and is confined the rest of the heating year. New Agency for authorization to purchase 26 for the same time last'year. But
to the Hendry County jail I period 1 coupon in the 1945-46 rat- lumber needed for emergency most of these occurred 'back in 'early GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO.

charged with aggravated assault. He Ion may be used any'time after June repair, WPB and NHA announced. ; spring, long before the usual "polio -
;-Is. accused of almost severing I 1. The home owner may now certifyhis I season," Dr. Hoffman, said. G. Nottingham, Agent
(Ootelle's left hand with a knife after SHOES "For the Box 0527
own purchase order and buy the ending July 14,
i an :argument. At Clewiston where Airplane stamps Nos. 1, 2, 3, in lumber directly from a distributor. 1945, we had just one case! reported, Clewiston FloridaJohnson's
the band was sewed back but according Book Three continue valid indefini- while during the corresponding weekof
to date reports may have to tely. '1944 seven -

fco taken off, her condition is said |tap. new cases. were' on .....r.......,. ...,,.,,_.,.,......... ......
to be serious. LABOR OX MOVE CAN GET TIKES I BUY MORE BONDS TODAY! "Usually, June through I l

Mr. Robbins succeeded Sumter Passenger car owners using their -. -- ber are the months: when septem-I
teitner last spring as assistant I Fish Camp I
automobiles for a bona fide changeof people to be alert to polio
attorney for this dis
prosecuting residence for which they were issued symptoms. But this supposed sea- (Near Hurricane Gate) t
trict. Mr. Leitner was appointed at
'to special gasoline rations will be son has not run true to form; in Flor- \ Glewiston, Fla.
the time assistant the attorney -
as eligible beginning July 16, 1945, for ida this year. Cases reported by Boats and Motors-Guide Service
< general at Tallahassee. i
Grade I passenger tire purchase Clewiston the month so far are: January, three; Rates ReasonableW. I

certificates, subject to quota and February, four; March, none; April, H. Johnson, Mgr.
:Everglades: Cattlemen'sTo other restrictions, OPA announced.This I seven; May, nine;' June, five; and
extension of eligibility is par- for' the first part of July, 'one.
Meet On SaturdayThere ticularly needed now that increas- "Ten of the 16 cases reported; dur- N NON N:N:N:N:N N:N N:N:N:N:N N:..:N:H N:N:N:N N NI,1 :.

ing numbers of persons are moving I Golf Course I ing April and May were in the vicinity I:.::. FOB ''... A-....
will be an important meeting from one city to another, OPA ex- of West Palm Beach. Because :
Saturday of the Everglades plained. It will allow the follow-., these cases were recognized and I:,::, TAXICABS :=;:

Cattlemen's Association at 3 p. ing groups to apply for new tires if, : DAY AND KITE SERVICE
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This is to advise that it is my intention -
to register the name of I'I

Surf CottagesMILES with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in
FAIRWAYS and for Hendry County Florida, the I flowers for delivery here or
said Hendry County being the prin-
cipal place of 'business of CLEWIS for delivery anywheie in U. S. .
I. that I am the sole owner of the busi- !

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.r Cloud- h ..dows p ovine.: touring A famous the United French States composer and was his ?? JA Nf$ HER information on various subjects ?| : _
on the ejrt-55 itinerary included a visit to the m r ,,
music school of of the '. -MMMMMc. I
Touch me gently when one large I I -
eastern universities. One of the The Questions 7. What son of King David be- you can make your mistakes

they piss, ,professors of the school had been came the most famous? steppingstones to success. But
delegated to meet him. He sud- 1. Who was Solon?
And when begin
then fcJthoucjK The Answers you blaming other
2. In what large body of water
denly realized that he knew
no people for them
the is there life? 1. An Athenian you're a failure.
cloudy are Kicjn French and that possibly the mu- no lawgiver.
I Peel with sician could not speak English. 3. Who said, "The wife of 2. In the Dead sea, because of The man who is afraid to be-
so friendly Caesar should be above sus- the. concentrated salt. gin isn't any better than the
When the Frenchman
the shy from the train, the professor could picion"? 3. Julius Caesar," when he di- quitter.A .

lyre""*""* recall only one French phrase 4. Is it true that the farther vorced his third wife Pompeia. doctor has issued a warning

, and so, as he shook hands he; north a bird summers, the far- 4. Yes, almost universally so. against over-enthusiastic sun bath-

1- said, "Pate de foie gras! Pate de ther south it winters? 5. For Semiramis, wife of Nebu I ing. It's just basking for trouble.It .

c 0 foie gras!" 5. For what queen were the chadnezzar. is generally the case that the first .

10 The Frenchman looked at him Hanging Gardens of Babylon 6, What one's conscience tells screw to get loose in a person's head it
built? one to do, but the law does not the one that controls the tongue
in perplexity, then exclaimed
6. What is moral in compel to do.
obligation one
Prejudice is
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The Clewiaton News I many--or at least what he says: and I arrived.yesterday,.and if. we're not I of pie minister's sermon. This Jaj dially invited to ,attend. _....
II she thinks he. is doing. mistaken we saw a very charming the second in a series on the Lord's ------

Walker has been stationed at hula girl in the background of one Prayer. ST. MARTIN'S: EPISCOPAL.

Published every Friday' In Clewiston, Versailles, France, ever since he of them. Westminster Fellowship, :meeting, CHURCH
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS I crossed the channel but on June 26 6:00 p. m., at the church. $'
inc. he was flown to Keidrich.. Germany, {BAPTIST CIRCLES :MEET You are cordially invited to wor- Services every Sunday: at 8:30'
with a. m., at Clewiston Community
where he is now stationed and -- ship us.
Entered as second class mall matter I thinks he'll be there for several The Agnes Graham Circle met I IaIETIJODIST Church. -

Crewleton February,1,Florida 1927 at under the Post the Offlc Act of In months more. From his post, he says, Tuesday afternoon at the home of : CHURCH f THE REV. S. D. MASO1C:

March S, 1691.T he can see the Rhine and is even Mrs. Berry Ingram. Mrs. W. J. W. S. Bozeman, :Minister Priest in Chat"5C

doing a little hunting in one of the Robison opened the meeting with

CARR SETTLE, Publisher private reserves of some of the Nazi the devotional, the ,theme being Sunday School, 7:15 p. m. I ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH

high moguls. So far no luck, but taken from 1 Cor. 3:18;. The reg- Worship Service, |8:00 p. m. 1

Subscription Rate-ti50 Per Tea did manage to see one small deer. ular 'circle program was omitted and Services are being held, Fr. Peter J. Reilly, PastorMass : '

Advertising<< Rates On Application. He's also planning to try his luck all old and new business was diScussed arily, In the Library room tempor-I : Clewiston 9:00 a. m. .

fishing and if he can do a little and brought up to date. It Community Center and all Pahokee 11:00 a. m. ,
hunting and fishing over there Ruth was decided to entertain the R. A.'s -
Devoted to the advancement and welfare thinks he'll get along okay. On his with a social in August. Mrs. Robi-
of Clewiston and Hendry County.
hunting trip he saw several Ger- son adjourned the meeting with a

mans out picking berries but they prayer. REPORT OF CONDITION OF
i paid no attention to him.: Refreshments of cake and iced

: rO JAL- Walker recently sent Ruth a box tea were served by the hostess to FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON

of souvenirs including an assort- Mrs. Robison, Mrs. 'W. A. Montgomery -
ment of German bayonets, apparently Mrs. H. E. Walker, Mrs. T. L.

much used. An added note in Tanner and Mrs. H J., Roath. IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS

':'-.L.f.-: ,... her letter is that their oldest boy, .. t .a-'JI" _.1- .. ON JUNE 30, 1945iv .
Punkie, has recently been released The Annie Armstrong Circle met J, t >s i .

from a hospital where he was treat- at the home of ASSETS
Tuesday afternoon Loans and discounts (including $ No overdrafts) _.....$ 124,444.41.
On The House ed two weeks with lockjaw. He Is Mrs. Earl Peters. The program was United States Government obligations, direct and

now doing fine and able to be out. in charge of Mrs. Arch Hodges, who guaranteed -................_?......___.._.............................. 758,950.00
"-- ", 5 f chose as her theme, "With Christ." Obligations of States-and political subdivisions ...?........ 21,000.00
:. > By D. C. S.
:"Sfr .c p. A change of address this week for Special prayers for various church Other bonds, notes, and debentures ............................ 9,787.50

The weather and mosquitoes are Horace Brown, now Sc in Uncle work was then offered by Mrs. Fred Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve

the principal topics of conversation j Sam's Navy and Indications are that Dunaway, Mrs. Fred Topper, Mrs. balances, and cash items in process of collection 818,931.88
,Bank premises owned $2,014.44, furniture and fix-

these days. > he is now based, temporarily at W. R. Broadrick and Mrs. H. C. tures 1772.43 ..........-..............__....................:...... 3,786.87
Some of the folks who yelled the I least, In Pearl. Harbor.. Meador. The minutes of the last (Bank premises. owned are subject to $ No liens
loudest for rain only a few weeks meeting were then read and business not assumed by bank) ,

back now opine that :we've had Bobby Topper, who recently com- discussed.The I Real estate owned other than bank premises .............. 652.71

enough. And, as far as the mosquitoes -I'' pleted his boot training and is also next meeting will be at the Other ,assets ....................................._............................. 607.53

we'll all 2-c is in the Sea-Bees andis home of Mrs. Fred Topper.
are concerned, I Seaman Refreshments of salted nuts, TOTAL_ ASSETS ......................................................1738160.90
agree that there were plenty before located at Camp Parks, Cal.
cookies and Coca-Cola were servedto
the current infestation started. I V LIABILITIES j.
Mrs. C. M. Giddens, Mrs. Meador,
The law of averages has always Capt. and Mrs. Coburn Moore, Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and

caught up- with us on rainfall sooner who were scheduled to have arrived Mrs. Dunaway, Mrs. Leon Bembry, corporations ......:.......................................................1241432.11
Mrs.: Topper, Mrs. Hodges, Mrs. R. Time individuals
didn't in until deposits of partnerships, and
and indications of the I last Saturday get
or later missedby H. Crawford and Mrs. Broadrick. corporations ...._....................................................... 57.00
last two or three weeks are that the Monday from Muroc, Cal., so '
I Deposits of United States Government (including

law has not yet been repealed by one day the opportunity to see BRIDGE CLUB MEETS postal savings) ...................................................... 176,781.73
Mother Nature. The disadvantages I Capt. Moore's sister, Mrs. Ed Clarke Deposits of State and political subdivisions .._......._...., 200,359.63
which may accrue through too I and CPO Clarke who had to returnto Mrs. A. Bestor was hostess to Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 10,069.48

much rain, however, are well bal Lakeside, N. Jer. Sunday. Last H. TOTAL DEPOSITS ..'..................$1,628,699.95
anced by the {!advantages and we week In this column we thought it her bridge club Wednesday after-I Mortgages or other liens, $ None on bank premisesand
noon at her home. High prize was
$ None on other real estate.
won't mind too much if we'll keep was a rotten shame that they
our attentionfixed constantly on I wouldn't see each other and didn't won by Mrs. J.' E. Beardsley and I Other liabilities-DIVIDENDS PAYABLE .................. 750.00 ,
second high by Mrs. J. V. Francis, .TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated ,-
realize at the time that and
and Capt.
the necessity of acquiring again, Sr. obligations shown below) ..:.................$1,629,449.95
then maintaniing, a high lake level,I Mrs. Moore were scheduled to arrive .
I /
Ice cream, home-made cake and .
to protect .us when another period on Saturday. Hope the family J i CAPITAL ACCOUNTS r'
coffee to Mrs. Beards-
of drought such as we have just I won't blame us for forecasting this. were Capital* ...................................................;.........'........:....$ 15,000.00
ley, Mrs. Francis Mrs. Otto Larsen,
experienced comes again. Surplus ............................................................................ 45,000.00
enthusiasts the Mrs. Richard Hooks visited in Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. C. J. Niel- Undivided profits ......:..................................................... 48,710.95
Local flying are sen, Mrs. F.' E. Conkling, Mrs. N. V.
last week-end who
Tampa a nephew
worst put out by the frequent rains was held in a Japanese prison camp S. Mumford and Mrs. F. Deane Duff. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ......................:;....$ 108,710.95
for it has been'some little time since TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL
for six months, Lt. Marion H. Burke.
the local airport could be safely CHILDREN OF ST. MARGARET'S ACCOUNTS ........................................................ $1,738,160.90This
He was a flier 'and said that he was
used by private planes. George PARISH TO LEAVE FOR CAMP bank's capital consists of:
Beck bought 'a plane a couple of strafed in his parachute by a Japa- Common stock with total par value of '$15,000.00.
nese plane but managed to land
weeks and hasn't even had a
ago' A of children from St. Mar-
safely. A half pound of rice a day group MEMORANDA -
chance to take a ride. Some of the Church Mon- ,1.l'
was the entire food ration during garet's plan to, leave Pledged 'assets (and securities loaned) (book value) :
more daring, we understand, have'his term of Imprisonment and he losta day, July 30, for Camp Wingman in (a) U. S. Government obligations, direct and gua-
taken off from the local airport and
great deal of weight. Avon Park: Mrs. Gene. Powers will ranteed, pledged. to secure deposits and other ,
flown their planes to drier fields I accompany them' 'and' will remain fora liabilities ..........................................................$ 271,500.00.
where they can be used. J Pvt. Louis Wethington receivedhis I month as Camp Mother. Includedin (. b) Other assets pledged to secure ,deposits and

t.------.I the, group from Clewiston will be other liabilities (including notes and bills
discharge from the Air Corps at rediscounted and securities sold under repurchase -
I Mada Thielen, Nancy, Buzzy and
Boca Raton on Tuesday of last week agreement) ...?.....u............. .......... 6,000.00
I is Timer Powers,' Patricia Ann Mere-
and another one of the Clewiston

boys who can be called "Mr." again. dith and ,Joanne Pitzen. Children TOTAL ..............................._......................................$ 277,500.00,
With I Mr. Wethington was in service for from Catholic Churches of Florida Secured and preferred liabilities:

about eighteen months, first at Miami rotate vacations at the camp. The (a) Deposits secured by' pledged assets pursuantto

Beach, then at Scott Field near group from Clewist'on'will be joinedby requirements of law ................................$ 200,359.63

Our Boysin \ St. Louis, then Truax Field at Madison children from Belle Glade. TOTAL ..............................,.....................................$ 200,359.63 \
Wis., and then to Chanute Subordinated obligations: .

Field, ,II!., before being transferred i Clewiston Group (a) On date of'report the required legal 'reserve

back to Florida to Boca Raton. Louis against deposits of this bank was .___............$ 325,739.99b
theService says he's resting this week but ex- Returns From 'Camp ( ) Assets reported above ,which were eligible '

pects to' begin work: again next week. as1 legal reserve amounted to ........._..:.........$1,577,881.88
I. C. J. Lovvorn, Assistant Cashier, of the above-named bank,
The Palm-Lake Baptist Young
do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and that it
. The sympathy of all of us goes People's camp, held last week at fully and correctly represents the true state of the several matters
out this week to Mrs. Beatrice ,Gordon Camp Osborne was very successful.The and
I herein contained and set forth, to the best of my knowledge
the widow of T5 Barney Gordon camp was under the directionof belief.

who was killed on April 3 in an accident Mrs. H. C. Meador wife of the C. .J. LOVVORN.

..:-:..:..:..:..::.:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:-:..:-.:..: I in Korbach, Germany. For local Baptist pastor. She was ably
the news of such a 'happening to assisted by a staff of nine, six of Correct-Attest: \:- ,
S 1-c Ralph M. Bishop and Mrs. '
,come after the ending of the war whom were from Clewiston. These E. L. STEWART,
Bishop here for the week-end '
were makes ,it doubly hard and there is were Mrs. Meador, Rev. H. C. Mea- i'. :, 'C. V. PARKINSON,
from Banana River Base near Fort little comfort to ,the bereaved fam- dor, George Serson and Mrs. T. L. JOHN S. COTTRELL,
Pierce where he is stationed. I'
ily to say that many others have Tanner. Rev. and Mrs. A. D. Daw-
State of Florida, County of Hendry, ss:
paid the
supreme price for our free-
son, one of the workers who had ,
Pvt. Oliver Martinez is en route!
home from : dom whose names we have not yet attended, five other camps, stated Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day of July, 1945,
overseas and his arrival
\ I learned. that this was the smoothest run- and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this
is expected momentarily. His father *
ning and best fed camp he had at- bank.
C. A. Martinez, told last
With Frances in
I the office we're
night that Olver called him froma tended. (NOTARY SEAL) MARCIA M. AVANT,.
going be able to keep a close The girls camped :Monday, Tues- Notary Public.
base in
Virginia and that he
be home as soon as possible. wpuld I check, on the activities of Warrant day ,and Wednesday, those attending My commission expires June 3, 1947.
Officer Campbell E. Nail. Camp- from Clewiston
being George Ann
e 1 ...
bell is stationed in Hawaii it .......- H'!:!; ';:;r. ""
Nail i and Suggs, Iris Ann Wright, Christine
From Ruth
in Pensacola !
we looks as tho' he may get to stay Dunaway, Joyce and Elnora Tanner .'..
receive a letter this week posting us':,there for a long time. He sent and Helen Espenlaub. "; .w>>> on what Walker is ,
doing in Ger-
(Frances some swell pictures which The boys camped Wednesday,
J Those attending
Thursday and Friday. -
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- "J .....,v.-., -4.z.C'--t.t from Clewiston were: David 7:00; TO ):30 A.,M. 12:00 TO 200; P. M. 6:30: TO 8:30 P. M.

I and Richard Twiddy, Billy Broad-

i foot, Bobby Roland, Alfred Watton,

Dale Cato, Jaun Billingsley and


Friends of Sgt. and Mrs. Abner : DINE AT THE INN "
Rest.a. t Vann __
uran. will be interested to learn of _

the, birth of a daughter, Judy Nell
Vann, born on July 23. Judy weighed -
again open with M. B. Rhodes of Johns-
I 8' pounds and 152. ounces at,

Pa. Chef.r birth. Sgt. Vann is stationed at
town, as Camp Blanding. Steaks Fish Fresh VegetablesMeet



David C. Hancock, Minister Your Friends In Our

Complete Dinners $1.25 and up SUNDAY, JULY 29, 1945


Service from 6 to 9 o'clock .- Short Orders Sunday School, 9:45, a.' ,m., Dr. C. COCKTAIL

E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes
9 till 1 11 :30 / \ -
for all ages.Morning e-
Worship, 11:00 a. m. A Open 11:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M. 4:00 P. M.

Air Conditioned nursery for small children is' conducted To 12:00

by the Mothers' Club at the

Community Center. .:

1 "Thy Kingdom Come" is the theme




JULY S7, 1945 \

-.x...'( --.x..: ..:.;..:-'...:..:..:-:.......-.:+ *:.ox..x+;.+.:.ox-"x+x Bernie and Gene Thompson are I[ BIRTHS ANNOUNCEDI Hancock, Georgia and John Weet-

t. spending a couple of weeks with I i I I i man, Jon and Ronnie Wylie, Albert,

their aunt, Mrs .C. N. Thaggard, in Dr. and Mrs Carl E. Gericke are. Gericke and Donna' Gale Martin.
i Fort Myers. Their parents, Mr. and I I
the, parents of a baby girl born Thurs

, _, PERSONAL arulSOCIETY II Mrs. B. L. Thompson took them to day, July 26, at the Clewiston ANTED Field -

Fort Myers Sun'day.Mrs. I Emergency Hospital. The baby me"\
8 and 9 :
weighed pounds ounces. I i i chanic. Experienced
R. R. Hooks and Mrs. W. A.
f I Pfc. and Mrs. J. D. Stacey are the

',;: ,,_.._.._-'.- .._........ - - -
I II H. Freeman in Tampa over the local hospital. The baby weighed
Major, E. P. Eppart of Jackson- I Miss Irene Gravelle of West Palm week-end. Mrs. Hooks' nephew, Lt. 9* pounds at birth. ,: and field equipment in,

was a, business visitor here on Beach spent the week-end with her Marion B. Burke, who had just returned __
J"J""H. of last week. sister Miss Alice Savage. operation. Good living
; from six months in a Japa- LYNN ,VAUGHN CELEBRATES J I i

-- nese prison camp, was also a guest. THIRD BIRTHDAY WEDNESDAY ]I:quarters be furnished :
; :Mr. and Mrs. Norman Storey of Mrs. Robert Ford has returned can

were visiting friends in Clew- from Doerun, Ga., where she spent
, c I Mrs. Munselle' Stone and daughter Lynn Vaughn, daughter of Mr.j j on farm. Shawnee
iston Wednesd the past week. of Gainesville and Miss
:/: and Mrs H. T.. Vaughn, entertained
1 Doris Bozeman of Gainesville Farms Telephone
4'r Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Scott and Mrs. Mrs. Maude Hare and R. J. Lee the guests a couple of days the were lat-J la I group of her friends at a birthday.I I 15Jor
'ji party Wednesday' afternoon at Civic
Berner Pharis were in Fort Myers were visitors in West Palm Beach ter part of last week of Mr. and 3tc..
Center in celebration of her third
v I
:- on business Monday. Tuesday. ,, _, Mrs. Foy Durrence and Mrs. R. R. I I '
birthday. All appointments carried
Hooks. out the color scheme of pastel tones 1: FOR RENT or SAL -
is and Mrs. Charles Owensof -
Mrs. Addie E. Burke of Tampa Mr. B. I
of pink, yellow blue and 'green.Ice .
the guest this week of her daughter, Camp Murphy, Florida, are the Pvt. Louis Wetherington returned cream and, 'cake were servedto I Good four room house; i ij
Mrs. R. R. Hooks. guests of Mrs. Ruth B. Owens.
last week from Boca Raton Air : the following guests: Hank j with bath
out buildings
Base where he has ,been stationedfor Thompson, Ted Driggers, Bill and ,

j' Miss Jo Ann Crouch Is spending Lowe Pvt.were J., E.in,Davidson Miami and Wednesday L. L. several months. He has been Beth Sykes, Erik and Carl Larsen, 20 acres land. Mrs. J.,

c this week at Fort Lauderdale Beach given his discharge following eigh- Nancy and Cynthia Bolton, Helen

;" with. Miss Shirley Owen. where Pvt.at an Davidson Army hospital.went for observation -I teen months service. Prewitt, Billie Sue Crow, Mary B. Sigler, Rt. 5, Garden

Katherine, Judith and Becky Fran-II
Miss Janet Hirsch of West Palm -- cis Glenda Etherton City, Savannah, Ga.
ti Clewistonthis Mr. and Mrs. ,Frank Veltri and S-Sgt. David Graves visited a day Sue Martha
friends In
Beach visited, I Diane were guests of Mrs. Veltri'sparents last week with his mother, Mrs. Jean Nowling, Sarah Marie Good-

week. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Sum John McManua, and his wife and heart Donna Gayle Martin, Elsie 1'FOR'RENTFurnishedapartment.

baby en route from Miami Beach toa Anderson, Helen Mueller, Phil Thie-
Moore Haven
Mrs. L. C. Nipper of Lake Harbor, mers, in Sunday.
redistribution station at Camp len Jr., Lamar McLendon, Jennings W. E Bail
a. and Mrs. W. P. Conley were visitorsin ,
Ezelle John Pre-
Butner, Durham, N. C. Jerry and
Miss Annette Maples and mother
West Palm Beach Thursday. witt, Bonnie Fay Durrence, Martha ey, opposite Laundry.
y Mrs. Jewel Maples, of Bowling
Mrs. C. E. Bailey has returned Green, spent this week here visiting Group Captain Bentley, new director Christine Hare, Lee Moorman, Mary 'I ,
Theresa and Beth Ann See-
Miss Alden Maples of training at Riddle Field,
from a week's visit In Tampa with accompanied by W-C Prickett spent gers, Buster, Margery and Jack FOR 'SALE-One ::1940_ j

relatives. Mrs.Bishop several days here this week. W-C Brown, Margaret Louise Cato and
S 1-c Ralph Bishop and
Herman Hedke.PREWITT 85 horse V-8 and
.T B. J. Schroeder and L. N. Davis visited their families here Prickett will be remembered'as the engine

: were business visitors in Miami Tues-' this week. Ralph is stationed near former commanding officer at Rid- TWINS HAVE I transmission complete*
Melbourne Florida. dle Field.
day. BIRTHDAY PARTY (Reconditioned. One:1935.

Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and daughter Sgt. and Mrs. Charles Oliphant of
Mrs. L. R. Littlefield and Mrs. J. John and Jerry Prewitt were the ''Oldsmobile
Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Jr., were Marietta, Ga., arrived Thursday to straight eight
in West
n S. Haven were shopping hosts at a party Saturday afternoonin
in West, Palm Beach over the week- visit
Sgt. Oliphant's sister, Mrs. R.
Palm Beach Monday Reconditioned
celebration of their fourth birth- complete. -
end. C. Wilson, and Mr. Wilson. The
day anniversary at the home of their
Wilsons plan to" the Can be demonstrated
Mr., and Mrs. Jack Rogers of Pa- Miss and Miss accompany parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, -
Carolyn Bryant '
Oliphants on return to Mari
: hokee were the guests of Mrs. W. on Sugarland Highway. The guestsreceived "
Joanne Walker spent the week-end in etta. Sgt. Oliphant is 'on furlough on floor. Clewiston
P. Conley Sunday. books to color as a memento -
Miami as the guests of Mrs. Ruth following duty in the European thea-
-- of the occasion.Ice Wrecking Co.
,; .'- Bryant. tre of war. '
Stanley Jordan was a business cream, cake and orange juice I
was served to Karl and Eric Larsen ..
visitor in Fort Lauderdale Saturday Dr. and Mrs. I. O. Bishop of Fort
Miss Marianne Jones left Mondayfor
and in West Palm Beach Sunday. Jennings Ezelle, Lynn Vaughn,
Pierce were the week-end guests of Plant City where she was brides- Lee Moorman, Leif Johnson, Martha EIt7 a1616iBiQ0;:iaMtlni. .

Mr. and Mrs.. Clarence Nielsen and maid at the wedding of Miss Mari Jean Nowling, Lamar McLendon, The WINDSOR .. '
Mrs. T. Mrs. Billie :
C. Musgrave, ,
Mrs. L. Nash.R. O
H.- ,
anne Smith last night. Mrs. Smithis
s'' : Crow and Billie Sue spent Sunday Helen Prewitt, Mary Catherine HOLLYWOOD BEACH. FLORIDA I 1
': the daughter of the J. Gordon Francis, Judy and Becky Francis, LOW COlT VCCAT... MPt MACB.
in Miami Beach.
V. Walker has returned from VIITI NOW rat MIIII Mm. .
Smiths of Plant 'City and she was Nancy Bolton, Margaret Cato, Bonnie StECUt ftATU M* rUMJC* MM
Craig Field, Alabama, where he visit- married to Lt. Lefferts L. Mabie Jr., Faye Durrence, Glenda Sue MMM.Kinv.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harris and ed last week for a few days on busi- of Lakeland.Mr. I.S IhIn,,,... m i iiiJ. I
5Y; Mrs. S. Chancey were week-end visitors ness. Etherton, Buster Brown, Margie 'I ., D. ft a. T. [NNt*. .....M.TflBBBBMBBBBVIIB.<
Brown, Warren Brown, Marilyn *
{ in Fort Myers. I
r' -- .' and Mrs.. E. E. Kelly, Mr. and '

Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCampbellof Mrs. C. H. Berner, Mr. and Mrs. C. 't-' '..'..'....:-'-''"'",'".'.-*"'..-----------t--...............-*"..*"*N...-t.N'((N*N..t...'"f..:..:-*-:N-:-:*.:-:...:N:..:..:..:N:..
._ Miss Ruth Conley and L. C. Nipper : Knoxville, 'Tenn.are visiting W. McLendon, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. fc ... ft"I

i ';:: were Sunday visitors. ',In, Lake-I' their daughter Miss Libby Mc- Crochet, Mr., and Mrs. P. M. Mc-
... OJ"" .... .---. -. ,_" r. .
port. Campbell"this'"week.Mrs. Intyre, Mr. and' Mrs.- E. C. Mills and :!: Singer Sewing :|:
; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier were
., R. J. Lee and children Jane, y
Miss Mathis and Miss Car- invited **
Mary to attend a birthday party y r
; men Roland left this week for West Linda and Skippy, have returned given by Mrs. Melvin Wilder in cele- Machine Services =::

1 Palm Beach, where they have accepted from a two weeks' vacation.at Juno bration of the birthday anniversaryof |i |

+; employment. Beach Florida. Mr. Wilder '
at the Gala Club in

South Bay Saturday night. y | rriI
Col. A. B. Jones, district U. S. y

Engineer, is spending a couple of Cpl. Prescott Is : In Clewiston July 31 and August 1 :i:

days here on a routine inspectiontrip. I

I Married In Zellwood :%: Tuesday and Wednesday ::$:

Representative Elbert L. Stewart |.: I II
returned Wednesday from 'Tallahassee -I Friends here will be interested to -

after the adjournment Tues- learn of the marriage in Zellwood y
I* No. 3 317 1 Francisco St. i
day evening of Florida's longest last' Sunday afternoon of Cpl. Ted :: Telephone :|
r' MATINEE S '. M. \:'TE 7-9 P.M.:
> f +
legislative session. Prescott, formerly of Clewiston, to .

Week Beginning July 29 Elbert Hooker, AFC 1-c of the Miss dale. Jane The Stevens ceremony of was Fort performedin Lauder- :s;I:; L. R.I.THOMPSON' :I II ;:

Navy returned' home Wednesday I' the Zellwood Methodist Church I iCM

Sun. & Mon.,' July 29 ,& 30"BKEWSTERS evening from Miami where he has with Rev. Douglas Harrell officiat-, ><-!-X X-X"<- <*
7- < MILLIONS" been visiting his sister, Mrs. Lou ing.The .. ?, w..+.n..n..r..i r

; ', with Dennis O'Keefe-June Havoc I t Place and Mr. Place. bride was given in marriageby I F
Michael Ondrich and wore a be-

Cartoon News ,tI I Capt. and ,Mrs. Coburn lIoore'of coming white jersey street length

Muroc, Cal., arrived Monday for a dress with white accessories and an fEID' YOUR STORE
Tues. & Wed., July 31,' Aug. 1 visit with his mother, Mrs J. W. orchid corsage. She was attended M//\ JUlKJ
i THAT'SEasy
,: t (Double Feature) Moore and his sisters, Mrs. Thos.''E. by Miss Quinnette Reeves. /

r" "HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN" Markette and Mrs. John Kettl. The groom was attended by his --

with Boris Karloff I nephew, Ramson Stranger-Thorsen. (jr t. ?li .. g

Mrs. Lela Garcia and daughter, The bride is the daughter of Mr. "
I Susan Gail, visited Sunday with Mrs and Mrs. A. R. Stevens of Fort ;
with Jeff Odonnel-Ann Savage /mlJfl lJ" ,
Jewel Maples, Alden and Annette Lauderdale who' were called to Nor-E 'I

Maples here and in Belle Glade with wood, N. C., by the illness of rela-

N Thurs. & Fri., August 2 & :3., Mrs. L. J. Warren and family. tives a few days before the wedding I Terms on Purchases of $10 or More. I

Cpl. Prescott made his home herewith !
Miss Martha Bell Renfroe, sisterof his sister, Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff f

< JUDY 'ROBERTGARLAND'WALKER Mrs. R. M. Hare, is expected to before entering the service and 'was _

arrive today 'to spend the week-end an employee of the U. S. Engineers.He Across FromPostoffice I P Fort Myers,

& with Mr. and Mrs Hare. Miss Ren- has recently returned from over- ,

CL CK.t froe is a cadet nurse stationed at St. seas service and is being hospitalized W FloridaPasteurized ,
Petersburg. for injuries received at Lawson

-- General Hospital in Atlanta. His '

Miss Margaret Von Mach, Miss mother, Mrs., Joanna Prescott and
Cartoon News Patricia Ryan, Jake Van Petten and two sisters, Mrs. Wenzloff and Mrs.

Robert T. Ahern were the, week-end Alma Stranger-Thorsen, all of Zell-"
: ; Saturday: August 4th [!;/iII
I guests of the elder Van Pettens in wood, attended, the wedding. II I

;-, p 1 Boca Grande. Following a short wedding trip

,-ut&rd AB I -- the couple returned to Zellwood and I MilkI' FI

; Mrs. T. II. Elliott, James M. andT. the groom returned to Atlanta. Mrs.

I 1: rill!7' ;OH H. Elliott, Jr.. returned to Clew Prescott will join him there later. I I f

: iston this week from New Orleans, And Cream

I 'BARBARA HALE FLORENCE lAKE La. Mrs Elliott had been visitingfor CODIUXITY'CHUHCH sNow

; 'w GRADY SUnO.N.DleK nuOlV two months in Little Rock and FELLOWSHIP MEETING
N.T.G.wi*Ms HoOnwW Uflrttet in New Orleans. available to local patrons from your
'__-= UCt M.TOM KOMCnOH. ;:. J t :.._ The men of the Clewiston Com-

"MASK MARVEL" No. 11 i Major C. E. Tootle of Myrtle munity Church held their regular home dairy.

MID-NIC5IIT SHOW-11:39: P. M. \ Beach, S. C., is visiting here as the monthly Fellowship dinner at the
I guest of his mother, Mrs. Flora B. Community Center Tuesday night at Call 1 33 for Delivery Service. Daily DeliveryCLEWSTN

Tootle, his sisters, Mrs. N. E. Chandler 8 p. m. John Lau entertained the '

till \ and Mrs. Sarah Morice, and Mr. group with a film of South America
PAt Chandler.J. entitled "South to the Lands of the

\\\ \\ tJ, Conquistadores." The committee in

\vl G. _Sullivan has returned froma charge of the dinner consisted of: DAIRY
D 01 vacation trip to Gainesville, Ga. Curtis Thompson, Carl E. Gericke

His sister, Mrs. W.; N. Crethers, a and Lawrence Lee. Guests included -
', .VA nephew. Robert Crethers and a E. M. Dull, D. E. Austin and C. A. H. King
II. ,
: neice, Miss Beatrice Lee, returned E. Bjornson. About thirty-six men

(f..! with him for a week's visit here. I attended. ..... ""'Oi _'"''''''.J'' :K' u- ......'" ::>4\ .","" .:.0,:.......... .... .



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18-IncIi Guns Not MountedOn Gems of Thought wife .JiI\.if'Jr11li'1g'!,,,:';:!!!'ij!!!i#W'!.."' ND ..,," w 1 \J.i,

Used ElsewhereFour ,:.0..1, ; ,,'" I" '

Ships; away there in the sun ..! .. : ....!!::!:!,.::,.,' '" \
18-inch guns, one producedin FAR are my highest aspira- $ :dJ 1h WH : -' ,, 'W
America and three in England tions. I may not reach them, Q'uaOR illimHilliiiiUil;;! i r rh
.dilia! ::cnmi'/ r
nearly 30 years ago, were not in- but I can look up and see their
stalled on battleships intended, beauty, believe in them, and try W, EA DN Saw off the legs of an old wobbly As soon as you notice frayed '!
owing to the 16-inch gun limita- to follow where they lead.-Lou card table to about 18 inches or worn spots in garments, mend ,

tion placed on naval armamentsby isa May Alcott. long, and use it as a play table for them. Small holes are easier to ., ;
the Washington conference in The soft drops of rain piercethe NO MORE SISTER SUSIE'S SOCKS the children. It can be moved hide than large ones and worn "

1922, says Collier's. But they are hard marble; many strokes Civilian consumers will benefit in easily from room to room and spots can be kept from tearing if
still in existence, ours having overthrow the tallest oaks.- the postwar period for a number of taken also on trips. reinforced with mending in time. (
served since then as ballast in the John Lyly. wartime discoveries by army chemists -.- -.- i

navy's hospital ship, USS Relief, They are never alone that are and researchers. Not only will Yellow ochre dissolved in boiling Grease the spout of the pitcher
while the other three have been, accompanied by noble thoughts.Hide they have synthetic soups and self- water makes a lovely dye for when you use it for muffin or

since 1934, part of the coastal bat- not your talents; they for me heating cocoa to use on camping muslin curtains. waffle batter. It will make pour-
teries of Singapore. were made. What's a sundial in the trips, but they will find that they ing smoother.
These guns, the heaviest and shade?-Benjamin Franklin. can purchase such things as shrink- When making pies that are like -.-=

most powerful ever made, have a Life consists in wanting some ; proof woolen socks. The days when ly to be juicy, cut the lower crust When the point of a steel wire
60-foot barrel, weigh 150 tons and thing. When a man is satisfied I "the socks of sisters raised the larger than the upper and fold brush wears down, saw off the
fire a 3,300-pound shell a distanceof he is as good as dead.-Ibid. j jI blooming blisters have been ban over like a hem to prevent leak worn end and the brush will be
30 miles. I I II ished forever in the army.
I ing at the edges.Novelties as good as new.
i! All army socks are now

shrink-proofed, and efforts are
being made to apply the same to CrochetIn
FACTS treatment to all types of wool
cloth.A Design
alH/ new synthetic cloth has also
1 I II been developed which can be rolledup I\:: KooiqD, .

into a ball and will rebound froma _
LRUBBER I I t wall with the force of a rubber FROZE/ lSbeeg

d ball. If allowed to remain on a ,
level surface for' a quarter of an

Enioythefeelingofenergeticwellbeing! Take good-tasting Scott's- hour, however, the material will
Although rubber.lI.ordinarily. Emulsion right away if you feel flatten out completely. The ,fiber
considered B. F. Goodrich non has-conductive perfectedan ft. tiredrundown worrisomesummucolds-because,unable to throw off wears extremely well, but the difficulty PULP WOOD/ PRODUCERS!
still to be worked out is thatit
\ diet .
electrically conductive rub- your lacks natural A&D Vitamins
ber used in the form of a"shoe" I' and energy-building,natural will not stand more than 15 to If you are cutting pulp, cord
for de-icing airplane oils! Scott'a helps build energy .20 launderings. wood, etc., you can get quicker
resistance. .
.$ f"Jjna. Buy todayl
propellers. and better results with our

Bathing suits that won't get wet I SCONS EMULSION C.In view CAPITAL of the lumber CHAFF shortageand modern, new machines. Write 'i1
for Free Booklet "How to
even when the wearer goes In our :
r 1 r the terrific wartime destruc-
swimming are a good possibility. Produce and Cut More Wood
tion of forests in the South and .
waterproof bathing suits are "
with Less Men. Save time,
coated with B.F.Goodrich Koroseal. Northwest, .a drive has started fora tr* .V/'. -tt 'r.o/.I .2
renewal of the Civilian Conservation effort and money-simply send

"Bullet-proof: tires are 10 corps after the war. This ,,. ;.r .f!,.n penny post card to
designed that a punctured MALARIACHECKED may be the answer to conscription. .
tire can be run for 40 miles 4 G CARLSON LOGGING EQUIPMENT CO. INC.
before it is ruined. IN 7 DAYS 88-19 76th Ave. Brooklyn 27. H.Y.
: WITH C.While old-fashioned brass hats talk

Almost every modern weapon ;#, 46 LtQuiDorMALARIAL about a big land army after the -$'

has some rubber in it. SYMPTOMSTakeonlyas'directed war, General Bayerlein, commander -
of the Panzer Lehr division, nowa 732

prisoner, has"given some inter- o
/flB.EGo0 esting information .to U. S. .officers ,r.r 14 ':-:: :: ,

abroad. He reports that if the U. S. 1 O

1I army had stepped up tactical air (
warfare last August, after our
breakthrough into France, we could
have won the war sooner. At that LIKE to crochet the pineapple

time, U. S. planes were bombing design? Here's a group of
German ,factories but not concen- small pieces-just right for a gift
trating heavily on tactical bombingin -each made .of odds and ends of
driehZIuJSufrA : other words bombing of enemy cotton.

troops. Wonder what the effect *
80.6% Novelties you'll love-crocheted basket,
would be if the bomb
new goop handkerchief case, sachet, pincushions,
of cases showed which spreads unquenchable fire edging and corner. Pattern 732 contains 1
clinical improvement in directions. fir. I
every direction. were dropped WED THURS.-FRI-SAT. '
after only 10 wholesale, on Jap troops in action? 7:15 a. m.(CWT);8:151. m. (EWT) >>
days treatment with Sewing circle Needlecraft Dept. SUNDAY
SORETONE in impartial, 564 W. Randolph'.St.' Chicago' 80, Ill. 8:15 a.m.(CWT):9:15 a.m.-(EWT)
U.S. and Franco's Radio
scientific test. Enclose 16 cents for Pattern Your Favorite CBS Station
Top officials of OWI are seriously
considering using the American tax- ,No.
payers' money to buy tune on Fran- Name l l rr

? by McKesson t Robbins co's Spanish radio network.Up Address I (
Sold with money.back guinntai until recently, OWI was broad- -
rei MIIOI cui All run cr casting over the Rabat, North Afri-

.uu RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO 500 and $1.00 can, station, which is French, in
I \ order to reach the Spanish people. 1Y-

According to OWI executive Thur-

man Barnard, "several programs a r1it popped bra \

Soothe Soreness of day carrying the American storyare crip0
broadcast to the Spanish peo-
Minor Skin Irritations ple.

Beat the heat. .relieve baby's heat But despite the recent action of j(4IRICEKRIS lIJIP
rash with Mexsana, the soothing, med
the San Francisco conference in flat-
Large Bottletl n*wt 122Small) Size 60tC1ITIOI icated powder. Helps guard your family
: IU CUT IS IIKCTEI* from heat rash. Eases chafingoftenmore ly vetoing the admission of Fascist
IT ill coax DRtt STOICS lilT Hill.riciipt il irttiNelEIl troublesome in hot weather. Checks Spain into the United Nations, OWI
CUB CO., In.JKUOITILlt 4. fLOIIH. itch of healing ounbura and mosquito is considering a radio hookup overFranco's
bites. Costs little. Always get Mexsana. I
work. government-owned net-

The Grains I Are Great Foods

BOOST IN COFFEE PRICES? Kellogg'Rice Krispies: equal the whole ripe gramin ft
WAGON JOBBERSflies' B-Lfar A debate has been raging inside nearly all the protective food elements declared RICE 1r'
Take the government over the price of i essential to human nutrition. J]. *

coffee, which this time may be
GET SET FOR boosted. VAttl* IES *

Chief problem is that Brazil, 'our .

POST-WAR TRADE CONSTIPATIONNo biggest coffee shipper and our best
friend in Latin America, is finding it
so uneconomical to grow coffee that

, 0 Establish your own job- matter how many medicinesyou she is turning to cotton. In that IfLA
bing business with have tried for constipation, case she would be our chief compet-
our we urge you to try B-L with the itor instead of our chief customer. -' When 'skeeters start sing-
large stocks of combs, tooth understanding that B-L must Labor costs in Brazil have risento + ing, and flies begin buzzing -

brushes and bring you excellent results or such an extent that Brazilian cof- Quick! Stop this
your money back. Caution: Use fee growers can't produce at the nerve-wracking symphonywith
cosmetic items. Write today / only as directed. OPA ceiling price which averages Flit!

for price list. We around 13 cents a pound. They want' __ /' / This efficient insecticide sprays
the. price boosted to an average of 'em and slays 'em! It kills even
do not sell retail stores. FlIES8e'tV6RNI6HT 18 cents a pound. This would in- Cif the dread disease-laden malaria

crease the cost of a cup of coffee mosquito-as well as many com
INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTORSMemphis one-eighth of a cent. P'4 mon household flies and moths.

1, Tenn. The state department favors sucha /' Buy your summer's supply of
price rise. The OPA, anxious to stainless,pleasant-smell
LOWER WINDOW hold the line, is opposed.MERRYGOROUND. S II ing Flit, today!

FLY PAPER WHERE C. Senator Carl Hatch of New Mexico FLI" '
EARLY MORNING has been sitting on the anti-poll /, I i

LIGHT WILLATTRACT tax bill until the San Francisco Unit- KILLS FLIES,MOTHS

FUES ed Nations charter is out of the I AND MOSQUITOES ,?,
TO IT. way. He does not want a poll-tax
WORKS LIKE Copr.19,5,
filibuster to upset ratification of the
charter. .. f---

.IF SOWATCH OUTThe mobilizer, is going to be put on the
spot soon by the Surplus War Prop- -- -
medical profession knows that I T erty board. It is about to hatcha
though a person may be cured of common B FLYPAPER ruling whereby 11 billion dollarsof
malaria they may have it come
back on them. So, if you are once more f H'. the old reliable that never fail. government-owned war plants
feeling tired, run down, have pains in Economical, not rationed. For tale and machinery would be sold mere-
back and feel
legs weak and bilUous,
appetite and nervous-though chills and no hardware, drug end grocery itorei. ly on the basis of price, not on the TllED I1ItUSCLESG ?
fever haven't struck you yet, and you CATCHES THE GERM AS WELL AS THE fir basis of where they could stimulate ,
take have any common chances.malaria-it Try a bottle doesn't of pay Oxi.to I business and competition. If
\\ Strains Bruises Stiff Joints
dine. Oxidine is made to combat malaria, 'j."ii ; ....Q_.. fX.f.JI: the Surplus board has its way, war .y Sprains
give you.iron to help creation of red I L'-,
plants etc. will
blood cells. If the first bottle doesn't I11. .: machinery, go to
satisfy you your money will be returned. \ ,tt J!' dfFi>J" the DuPonts, General Motors, Ford,
Oxidine has been used for over 50 {" ''(.!;' ..-....;
Get bottle years. .} .: : : IIIJ and others with the most cash to buy
a today at your_drug store.
THE TANGLEFOOT COMPANY Grand Rapid 4,Mick. them. t" 1




same time, the new "A;" gasoline ture five halter classes for each sex sons interested in matching their
Glades Electric Coop. To ration book will be issued. in age groups up to three years of I horse for the races are asked to get
Distribution will take place at age. First place winners will be in touch with Cliett at Wauchula.A .
school houses or other public build- judged for champion colt and filly, committee consisting of T. J.

: '' Line Bids TuesdayFirst ings throughout the nation from with cups to be presented the two Durrance, Jr., Brighton, E. L.
Open December 3 through December 15. top winners. "Geech" Partin, Kissimmee, and Os-
OPA District Offices will fix the The sale, first ever held in Flor- car Clemons, Kissimmee, will sift
0 exact time for each local area. The ida, will feature some fifteen foals; the sale entries and prepare the
f REA Contract In' chased by the cooperative and will new "A" gasoline books will go into two-year-olds and younger, from 'catalog.
be turned over to the successful bid- use December 22, and War Ration the state's finest breeding establish- i __
f Glades County Is der at their cost to the cooperative. Book Five will be used soon after ments. A catalog is expected to be William J. Brown of Miami has
,{- Advance orders were made on poles the first of the year for food ration- ready for distribution early in Au- I been appointed to the newly created
For J 150 ,Miles j due to a scarcity and to prevent a ing and for rationing shoes. gust. Col. A. C. McNurlen has been position of assistant manager of the
-. hold-up in construction. Shipment The new'allpurpose ration book invited to cry the sale. Application Jacksonville Agency of the Mutual
(Moore Haven Democrat) of several other scars is expectedvery will measure 5 11-16 inches by 2 1-8 blanks for the show and sale may Life Insurance Company, it :was 'announced -
The Glades Electric Cooperative,I' shortly. inches. Over all, it is exactly one- be obtained from the association by J. P. McNeil, managerof

to be financed by the Rural Elec-I The voluminous specifications also half the size of the present ration I headquarters in Kissimmee, and .per the agency.
will books, and contains just half as ,
:trification Administration, open each of electric
set out in detail type - ----------- -
bids Tuesday at one o'clock for the installation and connection. many stamps as were in Book Four .:..:..x..x-o(
construction of 150 miles of rural I -192 stamps in Book Five as com-
the depth poles shall be put in the .
In pared with 384 in Book Four. The
electric distribution lines, largely ground, the twenty-foot width for
Glades County. I the clearing of right-of-ways, the I stamps in the new book, however, Increased
will be the size the Quantities Of
The bid opening will be held at 4 minimum wage rates, to be paid by same as stampsnow \
in'use. Housewives will find
the courthouse and will be attended the contractor and virtually all information -
I the new "small check book" style 1 i .
try directors ol the local cooperative, for the guidance of the
HEA officials and B. E. B. Snowden,, contractor.The I ration book much more convenientto Genuine Chevrolet Parts

of Atlanta, chief engineer for the I cooperative has rented one of i carry and handle. At the current
Engineering Company, rate of _making stamps goodfivered
'Southern the rooms in the Pos Office Arcade
rL contract engineers for the project for an office and it has already been stamps and, five blue ,stamps at I Now Available ..
the beginning of each month-War
? here A number of bids are expected -I been put into use. Easements for ,, .> I
Ration Book Five can last, if need-
to be submitted. rights-of-way are coming in rapidlyand
ed, about 15 months.
: :, Work on the contract will be start- letters are being sent to all
The book will contain 48 red
ed within ten days after the bid has prospective consumers asking themto
;; been approved by the board of directors submit some kind of an estimateof stamps numbered from 11 through
58 for use in the meats-fats pro- Service Headquarters For All Makes
of the cooperative and by their wiring installation needs in
the REA office'in St. Louis and writ-I order that a contractor may be ob- gram. There will be 48 blue (pro-
cessed foods) stamps, also numbered
ten notice has been given the suc- tained to do this work.
cessful bidder of such approval.The from 11 through 58. There will
specifications set up for the be 12 sugar stamps, numbered from GARS And TRUCKS

project provide for 25.47 miles of War Ration Book 23 through 34, and 12 'shoe stamps,
L" four-wire line 37.69 numbered from 11 through 22. The
miles of two-phase and neutral line, Five To Be IssuedIn book will also contain 72 "spare" r' /
64.59.miles. of single-phase two-wire stamps-24 of them green' stamps WASHING and GREASING AAA REPRESENTATIVES:
.; line, 17.25 miles of secondary lines DecemberWar numbered from 35 through 58, and

.> not on the same poles as primary 48 of them brown stamps numbered -
;', lines, 5 miles of service drops to Ration Book Five, "smaller 59 through 106. These spare CHRISTIAN CHEVROLET
: connect 240 consumer installations than a dollar bill" and containingjust stamps will be available' for use in
;' to the transformers or secondary half as many stamps as the, last extending the life of the book to approximately -

.,':,. lines making a total of 150 miles. book issued, will be distributed 15 months if needed. I PHONE 87 CLEAVISTON, FLORIDA
: Poles meeting a specification as through the public schools in December The last full set of five blue stamps'

to creosote treatment are to be used Chester Bowles, Administrator in War Ration Book Four will be-I............C..XMX..X.....X..XK..XMXK..X..X..X..X.XMX..X..XMXMX..X..X..X..XMX..X
and will be set 450 feet apart. Four of the Office of Price Admin- come good on September 1. The

,. cars of poles have already been pur- istration, announced today., At the final set of five red stamps will be
validated a month later, Oct. 1.
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Since War Ration Book Five, con-

J :,..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: taining the new red and blue stamps, Easter BulbsFOR
will not go into use before January Lily
1, 1946, it will be
necessary to use

I j: Radio and Electric Service f fx stitutes other stamps for processed in Book food Four and as meat-sub- PLANTINGInspected

fats stamps during' the interim.

2 The new "A" gasoline book, the and Certified by State Plant Board of Florida
+ Home and ''Auto Radio Parts and Tubes ;+_; third issued under rationing, will For Sale and Shipment .
X X differ from the present book onlyin

:;: For ,All Makes :;: color. The book will contain five The Only Way to Sure Profits is to Plant
.. .. sets of 6
; ; coupons coupons to a set
.. ..
r ; .:. .. numbered A-18 thru A-23. Each set
of 6 coupons will cover a different CERTIFIED BULBS __
1:_: ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, validity period. ,The first set-the' -- -

coupons numbered A18becomesgood Prices According to Quantity Ordered
Fluorescent ,Lighting Fixtures Wiring *, December 22. The first gaso- Write for Quotations
line ration
book issued became

!i ALL WORK GUARANTEED iA i valid 22, 1942 in ,17 and eastern throughout. states the on, coun-June I MRS. ALBERT DEVANE

try on Dec. 1, 1942. The second I
i GEO. WEAVER and book was issued in all states except ry'Rh
y I those in the eastern shortage
> area
1 .i.1 -= tII "" ;T LfF: .!"
:_;;: Telephone 163 ::; during September, 1944. In the
y y East, this second ration book was
y ..
.N:N:N N: :N:N:H:N:N:..:..:N N N N/NON N/N H N N N N N:N:N:M:N N:M:N:::N N:N:N:N:N:H:N:N:M:N:N:N N:M:N:N X1:1 issued in October and November,
1944. Since then coupons of the
same number have been validated on :
country.the same dates throughout the

I EXPERTSharpening Fall Colt Show To

4.1. Be Held In WauchulaOn you want

4 Lawn Mower Labor Day traction .A. '

p WAUCHULA, July 25-Definite .
plans for the Florida Quarter Horse -<

and Repairs association's fall colt show and sale
: to be held at Wauchula's Lakeview r i3
park on Labor Day, have been per- your 7 f. E
fected by the Hardee County Cat- .

I At event.A tlemen's. Association, sponsors of the tire I .r. ,g ;

card of quarter-mile and other
short distance races will be staged The long
-wearing t
_i Hendry County Motors during Labor Day afternoon, with B. F. Goodrich Sil- f

: 25 percent of the gate receipts ear- vertown bites into f
marked for first place money in all
Ford Sales and Service races scheduled before noon, accord- the soil, grips without y' I
ing to Jack Cliett, matchmaker. slipping and f
L ? PHONE 93 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA The show, scheduled for 10 a. m., .,\
1P will be judged by three Florida cattlemen gives you positive ,
Milton Thomas. Myakka self-cleaning. That's '

City, Jerry McLeod, Arcadia, and because of the Silvertown's .K '
John Clardy, Ocala-and will feaPALMIST :' /
extrahighcleats j ;
;" ,... ,
'" ,' $ ,
F heavy shoulders I
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Flamingo BrandDAIRY ,and open center -h '. r
F ;<'-'; .
Madam La Rose design.

See your farm neighbors' Silvertowns in aciot1Ce how z

FEED well these tires work. Then come in for your Silvertownstires

so TEARS EXPERIENCE that give you what you want most in a tractor

tire traction. See Us a
Roughage and Concentrated Feeds TodaylI

.. If yon are Is

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fall to .ce tMat .
\ 111.d lady., Distributor for

: : You Can't Buy A Better Feed She will eall GOODRICH TIKES AND TUllES and GULF OIL
yon and y o a r
No one In trouble turned away.For .
white or coloed. 'ooh: foi .
, WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) bond alffn.XEAR. ,.e"---- .


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New 'Home Started pass it on to our farmers. !'Softball League- I Young, HS 17, 7 ..412'Harbin H. C. Danner of Lake Worth will .
HS 24 9 ..375'Kennedy
I supply the
When Bitting wasn't looking pulpit. Come out and 1
By H. E. Walker examined him closely. ,He had no II I 1I I 1---- MH 29 10 .348' hear this young man in his message.
x (Continued from rage 1) Bowen 1\IH
I I 23 8 .347 !
magician's tricks with him. He didn'tappear I You will go away with a blessing. 'II''"
to be a wonder man, althoughone I and Bowen. l\lcLeod, SC 20 9 .3461 R. A.'s will meet at, the church
'H. Walker, manager of Christan : Pape, HS
E. may assume his mind operates 'I 26 9 .346 Thursday night at 730. All boys
Chevrolet Company, has begun Clc\v. Guards :3: Riddle Field :2 Hallock, RF 28 9 .321 l nine \
better I through 16
I on ball bearings and at a speed are urged to be ;
the construction of a five-room bungalow I I With the help of a triple by Mon- Collins, TIF 28 9 ,321 present for this important
than the average. I i meeting. : I
at the corner of Arcade and i tos and four errors on the Flyers Baker, HS ,22 7 ..318II I
:Pasadena, a block west of the Sugar I The point about him is that with I( first baseman, the Clewiston Guards I I
'Office and estimates the cost at all the financial backing he had he !handed ,the Flyers their fifth defeat FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH' South Florida Wins-' j

kboat '''$5, OO. still would have gone broke, as his by a score of 5-2. Gamble of ,the II 'H. C. Meador, Pastor 1
'The concrete foundation was pour- predecessor had gone broke, if he I Flyers pitched one of the best gamesof (Continued from page 1) i

';ed 'last week but inclement weather had not been patient and sensible the season but received poor support "THE SINGING CHURCH"

'has delayed further construction.'The enough to wait on and accept the results 'I from his mates in the field as Sunday School-9:45 a. m.. I.I be split, each getting a senator. The .
exterior walls' will be of cream of research. well as at the plate. The Guards five-county 33rd district also would
Morning Worship-11:00 a. m.
glazed tile with a plastered Interior. When they had ground the cane collected 4 hits of which 3 of them i I be divided with Osceola and Okee-
A tile roof is proposed and hard- and made sugar they had blackstrap I could have been easy outs had the Training Union-6:45 p. m. I I chobee in one district and St. Lucie,
"wood floors throughout the home. molasses. It was a drug on the defense fielded them with an'average Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. I Indian River and Martin in another.
The overall size is 42 by 28 which market. They were getting some amount of speed. Prayer Service Wed., 8:00 p .m. I I Alachua county would have a senator -

Includes :u :porte-cochere. :i oil out' of lemon grass and the residue 1234567RHE' : You are cordially invited to attend i I I: of its own and become a single
Construction time is estimated at ; was in the way. Also it smelled Flyers 00011002 4 4 any and all of our services. You I county district separating from little
from*lwo to 'two and a half months. II bad. He turned both over to his Guards 300020X5 4 4 will find a cordial welcome awaiting -; Gilchrist.

research men. They dried the grass, Batteries: Gamble and Ruhland-( you. Meet your friends at our I
church Ii
on each
ran It through a mill, sprayed it er; Albaugh and Dean. passing Sunday.
Local Scouts Attend with molasses and found it was a I I In the absence of the pastor, Rev. i IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID
swimming 'Meet jsup, .rior feed. They used potato ;I Clew. Guards 5.. Moore Haven 3 - --------
tops the same way. !I I In a game featuring a pitching ).x..x"rr).:":"x"x"H"x":": K":":":":">>r:":":":":":":":":":": ":":":":"rr:.
I. I
Then they experimented with beef dual between Farnam of Moore, Haven ht
A group of local Boy ac-
fcompanied by G. B. Thomas, attended cattle and found that straight black- I and Albaugh of the Guards, the CLIENTSSTILL
the 'district swimming meet Wednesday strap molasses-kept in specially Guards took the long end of a 5-3 I ,
afternoon in Punta Gorda. designed troughs is something ball game. The Tigers were to ,col

"Bub Mills won two first places and beef cattle like the way kids like lect only 2 safeties off Albaugh but |I :' LOOKING FOR HOUSES
one second; David ThTelen took three molasses, on biscuits. So, they getit made them good for their 3 ,runs. In |! .:

third places; 'Sammy Lang came off and it puts on pounds of beef. the' future the Tigers will be play- II

Math one second and one first place They used the ,potato pulp; once ing without the services of Sgt. -J We .Need Listings
*and Stanley Wright took one first starch is extracted, and made a Baumane, their slugging short stop, I ; :.
in the high-grade feed from it. and Pvt. Hutto, a star left fielder, j .
Santi two third places compe- 't'
tition. The South's got what. it takes, he I.i who were both called for service I : Right -
The Scouts from 'Clewiston included saId-all the south needs is to use overseas with the AAF. Woods of I (;.1

Volney Robbins, Skippy Cothern, research and develop a balanced i the Guards continued on his hitting .

Charles Miner, John Barton, Sammy agro-industrial balance. streak by collecting 2 for 3. J. E. Beardsley

Young, Dean Kepple, Ernie Red- He has done it. And'every time 1234567. H E
ish, Bob Berner, Bub Mills, David he goes around talking in other M. Haven 00002103 2 3 i
Thielen, Sammy Lang and Stanley places he excites people. Yesterdayhe Guards '00300115 3 3 REAL ESTATE BROKER
"Wright. En route home the boys; excited the Federal Reserve p p.o- Batteries: Farnam and Bowen; I
and Mr. Thomas stopped in LaBelle pIe. And that helps. They will ex- Albaugh and Dean.

for dinner. cite others.IS LEADJXG HITTERSAb. I I Phone 66 Hopkins Bldg. ,

H. Ave. ;
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sudden 'chilling such'as "
Avoid ,
"would come from a plunge into extremely 1' .
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cord water on a very hot : a',u ., '
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May.Pay careful attention to personal :

cleanliness, such as' 'thorough hand- ,wwr+k'l ti t ,
Cashing before eating. Hygiene ::t- n5e7/4
w .
:J&abits should always be observed.If :9a.- 1. i t
possible avoid tonsil and adenoid ; } 1'i
operations during -Iii

'Careful study has shown ePidemics'j hly 4'' ? r.' r4P
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operations, when done I r ,
epidemic, tend to increase the danger J' asi% s >r a .

'infantile ': ...-. /H'N1 .;.,,, .. ,v
of contracting paralysis Yet"'r'r YS ,"""' .,.:::... ".",. .. A ""',: -
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exact spread
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the disease is not known, contamin- Y Y ated water and milk are always dangerous ., v 9' ,. 1 ;\\I-...-..-.: @:&,"IIff /%!#':h. -.-:- ,.' r'\-,i-::'
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teen known to carry the polio virus. ."',.,.'f,.. ',.".. ,, '. _' W'k.f.l.t ;!7 1fr&$.t' """'<'ix4h1/,,)\:;.(: 4.t ,
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Do not swim in polluted water. &!A '.-
:"Maintain community sanitation. ,- ,;;.:. "", ,.ff. ;!;*J1'- ;i.fb.f}..'f...WIbtif.t\, $Y.f'tf't: #t' ;;".,. ......... :. 141'54wanonrrt '
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at a high level at an'times.. '.f : .' ;<>! ;; '
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'with persons with any illness suspicious .:; .

of infantile paralysis.; _
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It illustrates the fact that applied .. .. I i ij

research has been the greatest lack '-
j .
in the south. Our institutions of I -:

Research: have got to do the job and ,
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