The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 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
oclc - 33429955
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System ID: UF00028415:01059
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t.c; MISS JEAN MOORE .l Wage.> Scale Hearing 31(COMMISSIONERS TO School Bids To Be DONALD HANSEN IS

!""!iI. ... C.i August 16 Received .August 15In

The United States Department of last week's issue it was an-
""r. Agriculture will conduct one of its nounced that' bids would be received

CO. SUPERVISORSMiss annual hearings here on August 16 ON SEPTEMBER 4THAt by the 'school. board for furnitureand DINNER WEDNESDAY ..

to take testimony to be used'in set- : equipment for the new school

ting minimum wage scales for cul- building now under construction hereon
:... ::. Jean Moore, county supervisor tivating and harvesting sugar cane the' municipal' election to Tie August 10.: A 'legal advertise- The highest award the War Department -

;/ for Hendry-Glades counties on, ,Florida plantations during the held ,here on Tuesday, September 4, ment in this issue 'announces the can bestow on a civ1llan-
; i" schools, is one of a group representing 1945-46 sugar cane season. three members will be elected to date of the bid opening. as August the Emblem of Exceptional Civilian

i:" every county in Florida attending In addition to the hearing on wage succeed R. Y. Pattrson, M. W. Bigg 15. Service-was' 1>reseI ted. Wednesday

\,;,: a conference to last four weeks at determinations testimony will also and W. C. Owen whose "terms expire The advertisement does not set night (1 August 1945) to Mr. Donald

.. the Florida State College for Wo- be taken as to a fair price to be paid this year. These three incumbents out the equipment which will be bid L. Hanson, Resident Engineer, _

: men in Tallahassee. by processors, to independent cane are qualified and a fourth can- on at that time but 'it is probable Fort Pierce Project, Vero Beach,

>: The work-conference, brought on growers of the state. didate*' Is C. A. Thomas.' that it includes desks, chairs, tables, Fla. The 'award was presented to

f by recent state legislation making The hearing will be held in the The two candidates of this group ,etc., for the two classrooms, din- Mr. Hanson at the Indian Hills

."-. .' the appointment of a school supervisor High School auditorium and all receiving the greatest number of ing room equipment for the lunch- Country Club Fort Pierce, at a din

g mandatory In every' Florida those interested are invited to at- votes will be elected for four year room and stoves, ice boxes, canning ner in his honor, .by Brigadier Gen-

:;), county, began its sessions on July tend. terms and the next high candidate retorts, etc., for 'the,, lunchroom and eral Raymond F. Fowler, Division

: 23 and will continue through Au- will be elected for. a, two-year term. canning kitchen. Engineer, South Atlantic Division,

!. gust 20. Around 70 educators are Sgt.', Richard Patterson This system permits the _changing or Atlanta, Ga. General Fowler pre-
;(': gathered at the college to assist one re-election of three ,jmembers each July Rainfall Is sented the award "on behalf of the
W" another to understand what is involved i Assigned ToOccupational two years. Congress of the United States and

,' in supervision and to grow in The two hold-oyer'members of the 4 '1-2 Inches Above the Secretary of War," and as ,a
(, the ability to perform such work. Air Force "token of the
;rJr. commission, elected in 1943 for four- appreciation of your
:'. All newly-appointed county super- I Average For MonthThe Government for
('" year terms are E. E. Kelly, mayor, your exceptionally
,: visors required by the State : meritorious civilian "
: were 15TH AAF IN ITALY-Sergeant and C.' E. Miner. service.
Department of Education to attend Richard M. Patterson, 22, son of Mr. I I The election will be held in the United States Sugar Corpora The Emblem for Exceptional Civilian -

,' : the conference, while supervisors and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, 302 East Community Center room of the City'I tion records for the month of July Service is presented to employed -

.",.,...., continuing supervision in the same Circle Drive, Clewiston, Fla., has I Hall building and the polls will be show that there was an average I civilian personnel who have performed -
'k ., counties next year;! were invited. been assigned to the occupational air open at eight o'clock and close at excess of rainfall of 4.51 inches over exceptionally meritorious '

i' Mrs. Dora Skipper, on loan from force in Europe as a member of the seven o'clock. the average July' fall for the past service within and beyond the call

?' the FSCW faculty to the State Department 99th Bombardment Group, a veteran Election officials chosen are: Jud-I fourteen years. The total rainfallfor [ I of duty in developing and improving

t.r.:,,- is director of the confer- B-17 Flying Fortress unit of the'15th son VTTrancis, clerk, Mrs. R. M. the month in ,Townsite was methods in' procedure, or made inventions -

,: ence.' She is assisted by consul- Air Force. Hare, Jr., and Mrs. W. L. Lott, in 11.93 inches which almost an inch L which accomplished extraordinary -

=:- tants from the college faculty and Sgt. Patterson, overseas in Italy spectors. Alternates are Mrs G. B. and a halt greater than the total l :! results for the War Depart-

s. from the State Department. Dr. L. for 17 months, is a clerk-typist in Rackstraw, clerk, Mrs G. 'H. Small for the ,first six months of the year, I ment, or' who has exhibited considerable -

'i: '' E. Armstrong, professor of, education the group headquarters, detachment.The and Mrs. C. M. Pirkle, inspectors. 10.56 inches.A | courage in the face of danger

t in the division of field studies 99th Group is now assignedthe deficiency of 8.61 inches 'reI -|i while performing regular duties,

I' and surveys at Peabody College in task of maintaining the peace of Enters New Field I mains in the Western Division for ; particularly exhibiting initiative in
Nashville, Tenn., is a leading consultant Europe after assisting 'in winningthe the year and it appears unlikely that 11 I taking action which results in thee

r '' Cooperating officials from victory. During its more than I this deficiency will be entirely made ?ring of human life or property or
>' the FSCW faculty and from the_State 26 months of action overseas in -I lup unless abnormal weather pre-I who lias performed some other outstanding -
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of Education include I Africa and Italy the group participated II I rails during this month and next i' service not covered by the
t r'_ President Doak S. Campbell, Dean : in 395 successful bombing i I f I The normal rain 'expectancy for August i: above statements of eligibility but

, R. L. Eyman, Dr. M. W. Carothers, missions against enemy targets.!. j j i I' .is 6.55 inches and for September I[which, in the opinion 0 f the War
Miss Edna Parker, Miss Sara Krentz- More than 5,000,000 pounds of i is 8.16 iri hes. i'i Department Board an Civilian

\; man, Dr. W. T. Edwards, Dr. D. E.s' bombs were_ dropped on ,enemy ifi- i j i I The rain has swollen the two principal I Awards, merits departmental recog.

Williams, Mrs. Dorothy Sauls, Miss stallations in Africa, Sicily, Italy, I I Lake tributaries, Fisheating nition.
(:;= .Alice' Wheeler- and Miss MildredSwearingen. Germany, Austria;, Hungary, Rou- I Creek and Kissimmee River which I I I Born in Ocilla, Georgia, ,Mr. Han-

;...-" ;y" Four field supervisorsare mania, Greece Yugoslavia and I are now discharging a great amount j I son received. his early' education in
: also at the conference. They Czechoslovakia. J i I I of water into the lake., Atone time schools' of Atlanta, Georgia, and lat
f are D;*R: Allen of Leesburg, Sarah The Distinguished Unit Citation last week Fisheating Creek was I er attended Tri-State College In Indiana -

? .. Lou Hammond of Tallahassee, Sam was awarded, the, group for outstanding I' pouring out 2600 cubic feet per I II and Southern College of
; .: H. Moorer'of{ Hollywood and' A. L.rgasonof..Winter perforraance e.on. a ''mission second, almost twice the discharge Pharmacy of Georgia. ',? ". ,

Vq> ;. .Haven., jV. -$, .' of :.TuIy:,5, J.J 4yib'; fjgtjv azi, airfield II I of Kissimmee River, which was. __ send_ ]I He was employed by:th'e U. S.
':. Counties not- yet '"' e P t ese n tod at.1 'at"Gerbini,. Sicily :--A clusterwas I II ing in 1399 c.f., per second: that day. 'j Engineers in February '1934, first ::.l- -,
t.-: the conference will be represented added to this, citation following 'j s i The Lake level is coming up more 1 I being stationed at' 'Clewi ton, Florida -

h.'.' by next week, when several supervisors -I the ,group's blasting of an important II II rapidly than when the rains first.1:I on the construction of the 'St.

now in the process of being enemy target at Wiener-Neustadt, f lQ! : Y '. I started and the level at the end of I Lucie Spillways and Inspector of '
:; appointed are expected to report. Austria, April 23, 1944, against this week is approximately 14 feet, i I Ia Construction of the Ortona Locks. '}

i& ':......- Directors 'of the work-conference heavy opposition of Jerry fighters S + I I rise of about 16 inches from low-I! While employed on the construction (
:;; make it clear that the conference and anti-aircraft fire. est level.: .- 1 of the St. Lucie and Ortona

i.\' emphasis is upon democratic ways of The group participated in the first I I Rains this week here measured I Locks of the St. Lucie Canal, Mr.

J., working, and the keynote of its I shuttle bombing of the axis between t .77 inches last Friday, .,,61 inches on Hanson's work was so exceptional
if? planning is that the supervisor's I Italian and Russian bases' in June, Monday and .87 inches. on Tuesday. i that he was immediately selected as 1
c'. function is one of service to teachers 1944. 'It also took part in the bomb- I No_ rain fell Wednesday or Resident Engineer at the Vero Beach '

:'J' and of cooperative planning. with jng of Berlin on March 23, last, the t day. Thurs-I project.
: :'-' them and with the parents 'of public I longest combat mission ever flown j REV. II. B., BAGWELLRev. I ---- Since the outbreak of the war
rr -. school children. | Mr. Hanson has been associated with '
"f,;,' by Flying Fortresses. Among targets ,- Deposits Of Bank
hit by the 99th were some of H. R. Bagwell, pastor of the I I the Engineer Board and the Joint

f; "- Sandra Lucaa Is the most heavily,defended in Europe, Assembly of God Church in South Show Steady Increase I Army-Navy .Experimental and Testing i
including such places as the oil installations Clewiston for the past ten j Board, at Fort Pierce, which
:: Pictured In Life } months,1l'esigned I Boards are engaged in '
at Ploesti, Roumania; I II the position, The First Bank of Clewiston, a "highly
Germany and the Brenner Pass 'route. I classified amphibious and .ordnance t
I Sunday night and is now entering dollar
I which topped the million
Clewiston's latest pin-up girl i st I! I II I the evangelistic field. He left Clew- 'J I experiment testing, and development -
i' ; j mark in deposits at the end of the "
: Sandra Lucaa, aged 5- who'broke ;,j Moore Haven Voters I iston for Georgia ,on Tuesday. I first six months of 1943, has con- I in project. These Boards cork
; into the pages of Life magazine last Bagwell's'pastorate collaboration with all branches
I I During Rev. I j tinued its steadygrowth and in the I
,, : of the
"; week in a page of photographs by,' Approve REA Franchise of the local church, it ,vas completely statement printed last week for thefirst' | armed forces "in developing

:r" a New. York: photographer, HarrietArnold. i I organized for the first time j I II | ] half of 1945 the, total depositswere I I and offensive increasing tactics the effectiveness of." %
: Miss war and material
. Arnold
makes a and associated with the Assembly of -
Moore Haven freeholders Monday -I listed at $1,628,699.95. t
Y The M-4 Tank
r; study of I Dozer, which played
photographing shadows
gave overwhelming approval to'God I denomination. He then raised On June 30, 1942, the deposits of'I I
: a large in the
used Sandra in a number of part invasion of I
poses the granting of a franchise by the I funds and built an attractive stone the bank were listed at $570.643.85and i
Normandy and Southern
,v on the sands of a New York beach. I France by
addition to the front of the
: 1 Glades Electric Cooperative for the I' church by the end of the ''year had I the United Nations, was
." Sandra is ,the daughter of Mr. and which developed at
houses four much-needed !
; construction of a power plant with- ,climbed to $795,814.58. The deposits :"'I this station.
Mrs. John J. Lucaa and the ,t!
\. granddaughter ;-]i in the city limits and for the cross- Sunday School rooms and completely on June 30, 1943, were $1- t
of Mr. and Mrs. 'H. I During "the dinner, music J
J. was
re-decorated the church throughout.
I -
I ing of city property with necessary, 156,960.45. The report of December -
r Oglesby. The Lucaas were visiting j furnished by the Amphibious Base
He has seen the Sunday
: transmission lines to connect with 31 showed a slight decrease to |
i i his parents,Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lucaaat I Orchestra. High ranking Army and f
School I
attendance from
*r "j rural lines soon to be constructed In I grow an I $1,138782.48; but the next six-I
Staten Island when the Navy Officers, together with
pictures I I the first Rural Electrification proj- average of 70 to approximately 115 I months period showed a decided increase a 'great
\- were taken. Formerly of Clewi- ect in the Everglades. the last few Sundays, the largest attendance to $1,359,120.13 on June many friends of Mr. Hanson, extended -
ton, they now live_at Zellwood, Flor| ; I of any church school of the I their congratulations at the din- | ,||
: The cooperative is planning I I30, 1944. This is an increase of almost -
ida. They arrived here Thursdaywith I nero Among these were Brig.-Gen. I If
purchase the municipal light plantnow city. He has also brought in several $300,000 in the past year. ]
their daughters, Sandra and I noted evangelistic teams who have Raymond F. Fowler, USA, Captain
in there The bank
operation by the City is capitalized at $15-
t. Patricia Ann, to visit with the I C. Gulbranson, ,USN, Col. G. B. De-
done much in I '
good work the area.
of Moore Haven and expand it. to : ] 000, according to the report, has a'
:. Oglesbys and Julianne and Nora. vore, USA, Capt. R. L. Morris, USN,'
b The church made
has no
meet the needs of the 150 mile line. I plans as surplus of $45,000 and undivided I I
b. __-:-:. They will also sunnlv nower to the I yet for a new pastor: but it is an- profits of $48,710.95. Bank premises Col. A. B. Jones, USA, District Engineer -

" : Mid-Summer; Dance I city' at a wholesale-rate for 'redistribution I ticipated that one will be available l furniture and fixtures are valued i I: District.Mr. .Jacksonville, Fla.,: Engineer

by the city. very shortly to serve this "rapidly.! at $3,786.87 and loans and dis-:
I:; :' Here, Next Saturday In a regular municipal election I growing church in the South Clewis, counts are listed as $124,444.41.I Hanson and his family reside

r,' 'I held the same day Carr Settle, editor ton area. Bonds and notes owned by the bank, I I I at 656 Osceola Avenue, Stuart, Fla.

I.: The Royal Air Force will present of the Moore Haven Democratand I largely government bonds noW'!
its mid-summer dance at the Sugar-I : the Clewiston News. was elect- amount to $758,950 against the '
: ./' land Park Auditorium next Satur-j i ed to serve his third term as a city i Sottball LeagueU. ,$235,600 of two years ago. Miss Jean Moore. county general f.
:. day, August. 11, from nine o'clock commissioner by a vote of 164 to 78
; until one. !' for his opponent Ray Donald Gantt. Exams On 15 Winners must sign promissorynotes '
: Aug. for the funds obtained as
I The Riddle Field orchestra will S. S. C. Wins Dotible-'Ifeader:
: : scholarships but each $400 note will
play for dancing and a good time is Equalization MeetingTo .The sporting fans of Clewiston For ScholarshipsExaminations be
destroyed on completion of ayear's
assured all attending. A charge of' witnessed a triple header Sunday I '
w': $1.50 will be made for couples, $1.001for Be Held August 13 that produced about everything in will be held August tem. service in the teaching sys .
singles and half these to''It I
rates the line of
the grand game of diamond 15 for the Amos Lewis scholarships Applicants
k'' men in service uniform. may be anyone over
.; ___ I The city commission will sit as aboard ball. It was a Sunday of sports which provide $400 a year for (5 I the age of 1G with a high school
'tea '. w1I of equalization on Monday that will long be remembered as the
years reaching Masters Degree) toward education, even teachers, must be
r'' ::, J\-1.-; kith TS MOVE' PLANESbe I I I:August 13, at four o'clock p. m., for I game featured excellent and sloppy I j preparation of Florida studentswho Florida residents and must indicate

t./'<4 -< ,' treatmo'1\\1 -'- I the purpose of hearing any complaints playing; good and bad umpiring; wish to enter the teaching pro Intention to make teaching a voca
.: ,\';'is" '-r I DOG,,', 1'f 1\\ personnel were I as to city tax assessmentsfor good and poor sportsmanship and fession. tion. .' -
.( -- medicI1'! cor thepurpose I 1945 and' for reviewing and last but I
Ioval t. \ not least, a beautiful] day, Candidates for the two scholar In addition to the above there ,,
vt umber
":. ( a of surplus!! I equalizing these assessments. something seldom seen at this time ships allotted Hendry County by the will be one $200 scholarship for a
planes-aot Riddle Field to another I There has been a complete re of the year. state department of education should boy to the
University of Florida
in0 ,
field ? ae Eastern Flying Training I vision of valuations I I
: this and The
,' Command. year Sugar team continued their contact Supt. Weaver's office for ap which will be issued on the basis of
'- property owners who wish to make winning ways by licking the HighSchool plication blanks to be filed In 'order competitive examinations plus the
The removal of the I
planes from I any protests should do so at that by a close score of 3-1 and to be eligible to take the exams j statement that the recipient would
the routine Clewtston field was strictly a I time, either personally or by letterto trouncing the BG Guards to the tune which will be given In the local highschool I not be able to obtain the Instruction
ferry flight. the
ctly (Continued on Page 8) building under direction of ; without the $200 assistance.




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RATIONING I <*-* s. I this next Wednesday. 'i "Our Daily Bread" is the themeof
.TWO'S COMPANY w By C.olllerJB Boys! Girls! Attention! On August -' the minister's sermon. This is
> 27 we will begin our Vacation the third In
CALENDARMEATS I a series on the Lord's
Bible School. Begin to tell your Prayer.
'' J I II II Q r i r friends about
and FATS t it, and watch for further You are cordially invited to wor-
j announcement. ship with us.
Red Stamps
tj2 through UT, good through August : ,o, TwaiZ MPtOYM NT PARK j I "It is the heart that determines I

31; V2 through Z2', good the character; and by that God shall ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL r
through September 30; Al through judge us, and by that we should_ CHURCH
:'EI. good through October 31; Fl I judge oUl'selvea.uCLEWISTON I
'through Kl, good through Novem- Services every Sunday: at 8:30
a. m., at Clewiston Community
Church. --
Blue StampsY2 David C. Hancock Minister THE REV. S. D. MASOIC

22, Al, BE, Cl, good through Priest in Charge.ST. .

ugust 31; Dl through III"' good SUNDAY, AUGUST 5, 1945
through September 30; Jl through Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr C. I MARGARET'S CHURCH
'.tl, good through October 31.' 9.- I E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor

SUGAR I I all ages.Morning' :I Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor -
Stamp 36 good through August Mass: Clewiston 9:00 a. m.
31st. Worship, 11:00 a. m. A I'
I Pahokee 11:00
a. m.
FUEL OIL I / nursery ll children is con-
ducted by the Mothers' Club at the
Period 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 coupons I Community Center.Look I
,good for ten gallons per unit, continue I,1
: valid throughout the country
F. Deane Duff
tor. the rest of the heating year. New I ,
period 1 coupon In the 1945-46 raton 4' : '
:$ may be used any time after June ,
1. yI theFuture BROKER
SHOES Glade. Hendry and Palm Bench
County Land for More Than
Airplane stamps Nos. 1, 2, 3, in Ni i:., r r f i: i 23 Year.
:Book Three continue valid indefini
tely. New shoe stamp (airplane ,--r......
*stamp No. 4 in Book Three) will become .
valid August 1. ;

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Silver Springs 3&wsh 4-1' After The War '
II rli_ jtW Clewiston . FloridaJohnson's J

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SILVER 'SPRINGS, Aug. 1 _I'I'FNSThirteen You Will Want To

( district passenger .

gents representing all sections of Elisha Hackett, 80, machinist atl! dially Invited to attend.
the State met at Silver Springs recently I I Build A HomeIt
Messena (N. Y.) Works of Alum- Worship Service, 8:00: p. m. Fish Camp I
with other company
inum Company of America, recently -
at the Florida Motor Lines to ac- \ -, (Near Hurricane Gate)
completed his fortieth year on FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
qualnt: themselves with the operation Clewiston, Fla.
I the job without an accident. H. C. Meador, Pastor
fcf a: new teletype-writer communication i Boats and Motors-Guide Service
System being installed in 17 ofcompany's I Rates ReasonableW.
the offices Will You To H. Johnson Mgr.
taus throughout Pay ..
Florida. W. S.. Boaemnn, Minister I iI School-9:45 a. m. '
I Morning Worship-11:00: a. m. k

The system is being installed In Sunday School, 7:15 p. m. Training Union-6:45 .' ...... ...... ... . .. ..
transmission J p. m. Buy Your Lots :..: : : :.: : :.: : :.:..:..:.:..:.:..:..:.:.::..: :..: .:--:.
Border to provide speedy Services are being held, tempor-, Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. 's' ,.
K>f messages concerning arrival and arily, in the Library room of the. Subject: "Deceptive Glamour of I I FORTAXICABS b

departure of buses. I.Community Center and all are cor-' False Teachings." I NOWCLEWISTON ::;:: I::

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I Prayer Service Wed., 8:00 p.m.A I Vs .
i cordial invitation is extendedto II
everyone in our community to I PHONE; 18 ,|

I come worship with us. A friendly '....... .'i.......................................................................................................
Surf Cottagesi I atmosphere permeates each of our I.
services and you will be blessed for

having come.
i FLOWERSCut.flowers '
Are you in the habit of attending I
;( 1 Sunday School? This next Sunday for delivery here or
will be a good time to visit with us : REALTYCORPORATION for delivery anywhere in U. S.

I : 9 MILES NORTH OFP \ BEACH II I and hear God's word taught and en- .I by wire.

joy the fellowship with others. We MRS. J. M. FOUNTAIN
have classes for all ages and we I Day'Phone 82 Night Phone 148WXKX
have a great time together. Let us I

welcome you this next Sunday at I

9:45 a. m. .:..:..:..:..:.. -<.. .
Attention To Members, of Our ,. -X-X--XKKKKKK-XK-X"X-X'-X'MH{ :":"' X
Spend your vacation at your local beach resort. Two I Y

i: room efficiency cottages Hotel Rooms Dining Room I II the Church church! The is designed training especially service for of ::_| Notice To Voters 5*::

I I you where you might grow spiritually x X
Cocktail Lounge. and increase in your Christian .s. I
I II life. So many in the past have fail- + Registration Books are open and are f; I

SUMMER SEASON STARTS JUNE 1. ed to avail themselves' of this op- :|;: at the City Hall. All 'who have not done :%: i
I I IJ portunity. Now is the time to start.
Remember .to be present at 6:45 p. I:|: so are asked to register. The regular city ::*: 1 1I

For Reservations / m., this Sunday. :S!: election for three commissioners will be :$;: ,

Write 623 30th Street Call 8940 special The mid-week blessings prayer to those service who bring are I*:: held September and everyone should :|: i

faithful in attendance. We reallydo :;J;;: qualify for this election. :?;: '

WEST PALM BEACH I have a great song service in con- ..;. I I.t'

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They $iv<. meoutdoor a newspaper? 1. The Socratic method.

3. If tete a tete means face to 2. An edition prinfed early for

t,, b Fruit Preparation Required Processing face, what does. the phrase dos a distribution to distant points.

fee-ling" dos mean? 3. Back to back.

thou h. lot tilt'hllr PrmIrt Cainhas 4. How old is written history? 4. At least 6,000 years old. ,

I'AI' 5 kti.It 5. How much larger is Brazil 5. It's 65 times larger. '.
MUlVles II Minta than England?
k 6. In 1929. '

Wash, pare, core, cut in pieces. Drop 6. When was the Vatican City 7. Women are nearly twice as
in slightly salted water. Pack. Add state created? sensitive to touch as men.

'l WNU Features. App les I syrup. Or boil 3 to S minutes in syrup. 7. Which do laboratory tests 8. Texas (over 16,000 miles).
Pac Add .syrup. 25 IO 1 j

Apricots Wash halve and pit. Pack. Add syrup. 20 10 SEWING CIRCLE I

acrptStrewbrrria, Wash stem pack. Add syrup or water. 20 8cad jl
Cronbrrrir r Charming
: Nightwear: for Summer
CherrIes Wash stem pit. Pack. Add 20 10
syrup. LJ LJ ---------- --

Wash, remove stems. Boil 3 minutes in Due to an unusually large demand and
AUTOS, TRUCKS & ACCESS. Cranberries No. 3 Pack. 10 current war conditions slightly more time
FORGET GAS WORRIES' syrup. Is required in filling orders for a few of

Run your car on a "Real Gasoline Substi Currants Wash, stem, pack. Add syrup or water. 20 10 the most popular pattern numbers.
tute" at a cost of 29c per gallon or less Send order to
I by merely mixing non-rationed liquids. Put in soda bath S minuteS' rinse. Pre- s& your : I
? For complete mixing formula send $1.35 to I (f
F. J. MEHIC. Johnstown, Pa. Figs cook S minutes in syrup. Pack, add .. ,
Details 35c. (No Stamps.) syrup
530 South Wells St. Chicago
Grapes Wash, stem, pack. Add syrup'or water. 20 8
MISCELLANEOUSARE Enclose 16 cents for Pattern.No. .

YOU SICK OR ALL RUN DOWN Peaches Peel pack, add syrup, or precook 3 .___
Then send for free literature to minutes in syrup, pack, add syrup. 20 10
GEM SUPPLY CO.' Onalaska. Wis. Name-
Select not overripe pears, pare, halve,
."', PERSONAL Pears precook 3 to S minutes in syru.p. Pack. Address

L EARN BIG MONEY! Sell us your old Add syrup. 25 10
Mantel Clock; or act as our buying agent .
for Old Mantel Clocks In your territory.We Pelt, remove eyes, cut or slice. Pre-
pay cash promptly. Write us today giving cook No. 2 S to 10 minutes.
Pineapple in. syrup
condition age and size of your clock.
THE OLD CLOCK CO. Pack With syrup. 30 15
8120 W. Third St.
Los Angeles 36 Calif. Plums Wash, prick skins. Pack. Add syrup. 20 10

SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC. Quinces Wash, pare, cut in pieces. Precook 3
minutes in syrup. Pack add syrup. 35 15
SEEDS-1944-45 CROP

Cabbage.Tomato Seeds Carrots Write, Onions.for prices Pepper Warrea and Rhubarb Wash,cut into pieces. Pack. Add syrup. 10 --L. !L

Seed & Plant Co., Carrizo Springs, Texas. loprjnks avoas
Wash, stem precook gently for 3 min-
JUNE BUD PEACH. Am now accepting utes in syrup. Remove from syrup and .
orders for fall del. Should have half million
cool. Boil minutes. Add berries
peaches for commercial and wholesale Strawberries syrup-3 if
trade. Write for prices. Farmers Wholesale and let stand for several hours. Re-
Nursery,P. O. Box 34, Smlthrllle, Tenn. heat. Pack.. 20 8 ,

'I ; Tomatoes Scald 1 minute, cold dip 1 minute, PULP WOOD/ PRODUCERS!

peel, core quarter. Pack. 35 10

KJiiu War &nI If you are cutting pulp, cord

Handy Chart for Fruit CanningSee wood, etc., you can get quickerand

( Recipes Below) better results with our
modern new machines \yrite

Fruitful_Canning quires a little more sugar. _The pro- for our Free Booklet: "How to
portion is 2 cups water to 1 cup sug-
You CAN relieve half and A CHARMINGLY simple night- Produce and Cut MoreWood)
ar, or corn or honey
Of all the do this "
canning you can half of the amount in gown to make up in white with Less Men. Save time,
season, it is the canning of fruits sugar.In and rayon crepe, using two-inch white effort and money-simply send
past peaches
years, pears
ATHLETE'SFO 1 which will pay and some of the other fruits have embroidered beading ''to finish the penny post card to
"To the biggest always been canned with a thick V-neck and for the shoulder
straps. Run narrow pink or. blue
syrup-1 water ,to 0,1 .
< cup cup sugar.Don't
are fruits a good'source' silk or satin ribbon the 88-19 76th Ave. Brooklyn 27, N.Y.
I 80.6% of caseiibowed ? .'of vita- feel that you cannot can if the through
OT .<.clinical improvement mins'and miner- sugar doesn't reach around for this beading. Self material bandingswill
t' 0 after only will type of syrup. A thin or medium give a more' tailored effect, if
: 10 days treatment als, but they
prefer. Why let sizzling days and
1 you
: with syrup can i do the job.Packing .
, SOEETONE in I enable to
you nights torment you with
-- impartial, scientific l 11 save hundreds of Jars. D EAT sting and burn of heat

1, test E" points this yearas Fruits, berries and tomatoes To obtain complete pattern and finishing rash, prickly heat,chafe
Instructions for the Beading Trimmed Check misery with Mex- f
they did last (which are considered a fruit for Nightgown (Pattern No. sizes small THE "
c 5894)) san, soothing, medicated
SORETONEMade year. canning purposes) are delicate in medium and large Included, send 16 cents powder. Family favorite

Since rationing began, fruits have texture and high in juice content. In coin, your name, address and the pattern H EA E J foritch of minor skin trou- .

McKesson iftobblns always carried a high ration value, They should be packed solidly in number. bles. Send some overseas.
Sold wits! money-tick guirantiiW and yet, they are essential and con- the jar to prevent undue shrinkageand Costs little.

venient to for breakfast consequent "empty" appear- .
serve Sightless Actresses Use
o and 51.00 luncheon and dinner. Fruits ,may ance after processing. Precookingof

be canned with or without sugar, but the fruit is suggested because it Ingenious Tricks in Acts God

the fruit will mellow and ripen in shrinks the fruit or berry and en- Speaksin

the jars much more satisfactorily if ables you to get more in the jar. It '
the Most
; a sugar syrup is used. With syrups takes a little bit longer to can by The Lighthouse Players, a groupof Amazing ''I'I d
: plentiful, part, usually half, of it is precooking, but the results are worth blind women who present a
the effort. number of plays in New York each Ever PubHsheJ'
MALARIA sweetened with a light or dark corn
Here Is a combination of Bernarr
syrup. Honey may be substitutedfor Jars should be filled to within % season, employ ingenious tricks to Macfadden's tremendously successful -

. I CHECKED IN 7 DAYS WITHMALARIAL one-half the sugar, also. It will inch of the top. If tightly packed up enable them to move about and do natural health methods,

LIQUID for darken the fruit and give it a somewhat to this point, fruit and berries will their bits of stage business as nat- with GOD'S OWN Health Build-

stronger flavor, but it is good. rarely float after processing, and the urally as actors with sight, says Ing Forces! Written after sixty
666WO SYMPTOMS jars will have a much nicer Collier's. For,example, they use years of observation and study.
Only fruits that are good in flavor, appear- Learn
how to get in tune with
strips of 18 inches wide to
,, r&&eonfyasdieecfed uniformly ripened and firm in tex- ance because they are full of fruit. carpet, GOD'S Vitalizing, Magnetic ,

ture should find their way to the Making a Hot Water Bath.A guide them to doors, windows, Waves! Find out how Divine

I jar. Just as it is true of any other water bath canner may be chairs and other props. Healing may help you! Get this ,

canning and get made from a wash boiler or They click the teaspoon when outstanding $4.95 volume, on ap-
preserving you any .
proval, for $1.00: In advance,balance -
only what you put into the can. Can- other large deep vessel that has a passing a cup of tea, so the recipient $1.00 per month, or on
i' E 3Sto ning is designed for preserving the close fitting cover and is deep will know where to reach for receipt of your business card:

are y au embarrassed 111HOTFlASHES fruit, not for improving poor quality enough to permit the jars to stand the saucer without fumbling; and Examine this amazing book for
produce. upright and still have enough waterto they fold down a corner of a news- five days. Money refunded If re

? When large fruits such as peaches, come an inch or two above the paper or magazine that is to be .turned. Write today, to BERNARR.
pears or apples are canned, they jars. This water should be kept picked up and glanced through, ( non-profit Organization),635 !

.. require peeling and shouldbe placedin boiling during the entire processing so they will not "read" it upside Fifth Ave., New York 17, N.Y. j "

'; brine (2 teaspoons salt to 1 quartof period. It should never be allowedto down.
feel you weak suffer nervous from, hot hlghstrungr flashes.: water) to prevent them from boil away enough to come less
1 a bit blue at times-due to the functional : turning dark while peeling. than 1 inch above the jars. If nec-

"middle-age" period peculiar to The kettle method essary have a kettle of boiling water -
women-try this great medicine-Lydla open for can
4_ E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to ning fruit has been a favorite among on the range, beside the water JUST Sit HOW
Compound HELPS symptoms.NATTTBE.: It's Pinkham's one of homemakers for bath, to replenish the supply in the

the best known medicines for this many generations "rr ; canner.A .

purpose. Follow label directions. because it gives l\ %&- rack which will hold the jars % w .t IT HELPS YOU !

such attractive \ / affy r inch from the bottom of the kettleis
WNU-7 fj'J> also essential. The jars shouldbe
.1: 29-45 results. However, Jtf'AK .
the hot water t set wide enough apart to allow

bath has found for free circulation of water.

many users be-- TfRSMITHYS :

\\-i'..I cause the dangerof LYNN SAYS :

. .. spoilage is reduced -

s to a minimum / 2ilkzTRUSTED I
And Your Strength and and the Fruit Canning Tips: Fruit ToniC ;J.
Energy Is Below ParIS appearance sometimes discolors at the top of
of the fruit still retains its -t
I may be caused by disorder of kid the jar if the fruit is under-ripe .
ney function that permits poisonous shape, flavor and texture. On the
when accurate
waste to accumulate. For truly many table, time is also given for process- or processing

.. people when theekldneye fall weak to remove ezeacids ing in the pressure cooker if one is maintained.time or temperature Discoloration is of not the FOR THE CAUSE Of MANY DISORDERS r
and other waste matter from the available, but it is not essential for
blood. top layers of the fruit is causedby f
; You may Buffer nagging backache fruit canning as it is for vegetable
rheumatic pains, headaches, dizziness;, oxidation which means that "This package contains a combination of mineral produced t
I I nights, leg'!Iul" welling. preserving. air has not been expelled from and compounded by Nature alone, with no artificial far ,
Sometimes man-made drugs. When mix it with your !
frequent and : $ gredients nor you
.. I tion with smarting and burning scanty urina is another Syrup Making Guide. the jar by the heat of processing.If drinking water according to directions and drink Crazy I'
sign that something Is wrong with Thin syrups for fruit canning will food is packed too solidly or Water day after day you join millions who havo attacked II
the kidneys or bladder. be most popular this year becauseof the cause of their troubles. Gently but surely Crazy Water
There should be no doubt that prompt jars filled to overflowing insteadof stimulates Wee main cleansing channels-kidney. shin
treatment is wiser than neglect. Use the sugar shortage. For this type, to within a half inch of the and Intestinal elimination. Crazy Water brings positive I .
I Doa,,', Pill,. It Is better to rely on a use 1 cup to 3 water. benefits in faulty elimination the cause and aggravating ,
sugar cups t'
medicine that bas won top, some of the liquid may boil \ factor of rheumatic pains digestive orders, constipation. 5ter'
proval than on something less favorably Heat the sugar and liquid together out of the jars during process- excess etc. Get a package of Crazy Water Crystal
known. Doan have been tried and test- until sugar is dissolved and syrup at your drat store today.
ed many years. Are at all drug stores.
Get Doan a today. is boiling. Or, use % cup corn ing.Canning powders and
I I syrup (light or dark) or Vz honey
tives are not in the
: r i with & cup sugar. canning procedure.necessary Qzz' Water 1G ;

Medium type syrup is good for

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greatly the stock of fish in the lake, I I I I. L. Fitzhugh, formerly of Felda Kwajalein and Wotje in the Mar-I BRIDGE CI MEETS
The Clewiston News whichis I and now of Homestead. 1 shalls. Later operations took ,
the water
don't like red
they .
& ". to Tinian Saipan Guam
pouring in now from tributaries and and to The Friday evening bridge club
Friday !n Clewiston, and driving the 'black bass out into Warrant Officer Larry H. Nashof Leyte, Mindoro and Luzon. Last met-.July 27th at the home of Mrs.
'Florida Published, .by every the CLEWISTON NEWS,I the open lake., Bass don't like the the U. 'S. Marine Corps arrived in Easter Sunday he helped'to cover V. C. Woodward.' Mrs. H. C. Thompson -
1nc. tannic acid which discolors the water the States last Sunday and called ,the Marine and Army landings on won high prize, Mrs. A. W.
and as soon as It comes in they Evelyn immediately that he was en the Japanese homeland island of Lawrence received second high and !
Entered as second class mall matter I hunt clear water, if its In the exact. route 'home. She and their son, Okinawa. low prize, went to Mrs. C. L. Mc-
February I,Florida 1927, at, under the Poet the Office Act ot toClewiston center of the lake. And if you find I Jeffrey, who has never seen his dadlY Lowe's father, Robert L. Lowelives ,\ Lendon.
March 3,., 1897. where they're hiding out chances are I being born the same month his dad in Tice, Fla., and his mother, i Refreshments of tuna fish salad
f they won't do much biting. So its I shipped overseas, left We'dnesday Mrs. C. D. Eady, in Clewiston, Fla. saltines and tea were served to Mrs.R. .

CARR SETTLE Publisher just, about as well to look at the red evening for Jacksonville to meet 1 C. Nowling, Mrs. P. M. Hare, Jr.,
water as a great good for fishing in Assessor Small Mrs. Joe M. Hall, Mrs. G. E. Ether-
Subscription Rate-*i5O Per Year the future and' more or less forget him.We know little of W/O Nash's war I ton,' Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. Thompson -
Adrertlnliiff Rates On Application. fishing now unless you're going out experience as his work has been Important Mrs. Lawrence and Mrs.; Mc-

just for the 'exercise.iN largely kept very' much a secret buta Tallahassee Meet I Lendon.
Clewiston boy said he told him I
Devoted to the advancement and wel-
he was the 73rd man to arrive, alive, JOYCE BARTZ HAS PARTY
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County.aroRIAL :N:M N:N:N N NON N NON N N..:..:N:N.N..:-:N:N:N:N:Y on Tarawa. He went overseas in (Hendry County News) i -

March of 1943 and for the past year County Tax Assessor Dennis Small I I
has been in the Hawaiian Islands. returned Thursday, after spending Joyce Bartz entertained Saturdayat
With We're quite sure we join Mrs. three days last week in Tallahassee the home of her ,parents, Mr. and
; Nash in_ hoping that her husband is where he met with Comptroller Jim I Mrs. J. Paul Bartz, with ,,a birthday
coming, 'home for good this trip. Lee and a group of other assessors party in celebration of her birthdayon
Our .. '* called together for the purpose of Sunday, July 29.
Boys AM '2/C J. C. Sealey is spendingthis I making certain changes in a new as- Ice cream and four cakes, iced in
I pastel tones of blue
week here with his mother, sessors' manual. pink, yellow
Mrs. Peter Christensen, while on a Mr. Small was named by Comp. and green were served to Patricia
On The HouseBy i in theService twenty-seyen day Navy leave. J. C. Lee as' chairman of a committee of Ann Meredith, Nancy Powers, Mar-
gie Brown Iris'Ann Wright, Joanne
has been based at Alameda, Cal., nine assessors of the state to meet ;
Pitzen, Rachel Miner Irma Nelson
i his entire four years in the service with him to work on a new manual ,
D. C. S. Sally McCarthy, Janice Magill, Joyce
,but hopes when he returns this time soon to be released to tax assessors
We're a little 'at a loss to understand that he may get a little sea duty. I in the 67 counties of Florida. The Archibald and Claire Hedke.

why, in. a section ,of the coun- He expects to return to the Pacific others were W. A. Bass of Leon, D.
try which recognizes no seasons except -I Coast the latter part of this week. G. McQuagge of Bay, W.. Homer MRS. BEARDSLEY HOSTESS.TO .

the rainy season, hurricane 'season i N..MN. .N.-......N..N..N N N N N N N N<.....N...;N N N....NANA .. '* aIn I Smith' of Volusia, L. O. Hansen of LUNCHEON TUESDAY
hunting season and fishing season i I the daily papers the first of the Broward, Glenn Ray of Osceola, W.

there should come about this I postcard a few days ago from week, the list of Florida men returning I S. Sparkman of Hillsborough, VanC. Mrs. J. E. Beardsley entertainedat
time every summer a sort of period I I Neolin Jones and Luther Sealey from from Europe aboard the Queen Kussrow of Dade and John B. a luncheon Tuesday afternoon at
of doldrums' when little seems to be !I Fort McPherson which said, "We're Mary, scheduled to dock yesterday, White.of Polk counties. her home near Sugarland Highway I
happening of news significance and j both' privates in Uncle Sam's Army contained the name of Pfc. RichardJ. The group of county assessors met honoring Mrs. Frank G. Hancock
few people care. !!,[now and we wish we were home." Burt of Clewiston. We do not with Mr. Lee and his attorneys in of Gary, Indiana.
It may be 'that this summer some-I'That last phrase would have been know ''Pfc. Burt but we're glad to his offices and according to Mr. Enjoying Mrs. Beardsley's hos-
thing new has been added-at least taken for granted boys, but we're welcome him home anyway. i Small their work dealt with meth- pitality with the senior Mrs. Han-
I .
its new over the past three or four wishing you, luck. ods of getting, information and making cock were Mrs. D. C. Hancock, Mrs.
years-the mosquito season. Justas CPO''' Beder E. Nail, Jr., who re assessments on tangible personal G. H. Brown, Mrs. Jack Doty, Mrs.
we settle down to enjoy a little I Mrs. O'Neil Walker is another of turned' from the South Seas in June property, intangible and real es- William Vitus and Mrs. C. E. Rob-
summer laziness up pops, one of these the war widows who was made I where he had been serving with the tate.; bins.
man-eaters the' insect world and I' happy ,this week when she learned Sea-Bees, and who since that time 1
meal at your expense -i her husband Pfc. Walker was has been at the Naval
begins: to Maybe enjoy he a calls in a few j| that due to return home, about the first of 'Hospital in hospitalized San Diego', Calif.,' for an :.!.-.*-....*......*....IM...*....*.....M..MM*. ..M..w..w..-*.M......M..M......-................................,......-......;..........-.............................................................. .

friends and it isn't long until we're September after twenty-three months illness contracted in his two years in y I
divested of enough plasma to stock (j!1'I overseas in the, European Theatre. New Hebrides, spent Tuesday night
a good-sized blood bank. A few such 1 I| here :with his parents en route to j1 Radio and Electric Service I lIE

episodes and we've become so A/S Eric Thomas, who has just West Palm Beach where he will be ,
anemic that one doesn't care whether completed his five-week course of at the Biltmore Hotel, U. S. Naval I

school keeps or not. training at the U. S. Maritime Serv- Convalescent Hospital, until fully
_: Home and Auto Radio Parts and Tubes .;e'
Occasionally someone says, "the 'ice school in St. Petersburg, was recovered. 'Few of his friends hada :: ....
mosquitoes are the worst this sum- i home!i for a very 'brief boot leave the chance to see Beder during his y
mer they've ever been in Clewiston" 'i II past week-end, arriving Saturday brief visit home but will be wishing :;: For All Makes :!::

but we hasten to make a correction, evening ,and leaving Sunday even- him quick recovery so that he can y y ,

drawing upon a fairly accurate mem- j I ing. He didn't even get to see his be home for good. before. very long. X +

ory to remind us of at least one occasion j[ parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Thomas, :*_: ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES :;:
when they were worse. That who were vacationing at Juno Beach. Lt. Bob Beardsley is' back at Fort IV ,
occasion was some sort of a celebra- i'''r Eric r is now awaiting assignment at Sill Okla., for a few weeks train- :: ::'
i Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures Wiring
tion at"::,South Bay-what it was 'I''St. Pete and thinks it possible that ing after completion of a special "t-I

we've long since forgotten-but the the, may be'shipped: out immediatelyI flight training course at Sheppard
I -
railroad to, Clewiston had just been i(j I I to Panama to become a crew member Field, Texas. Bob is no doubt very ALL WORK GUARANTEED |_: I
built and a lot of us played hooky'|' on 'one. of the new ships. happy back at' Fort Sill and it serves
from school, ;climbed on a box-car j I' him right for sending us an enve- :: GEO. WEAVER and T. J. CASON :I i:
with a lot of townfolk to pay a visit j David ,Thomas recently completed lope full of Oklahoma soil from there "
to South Bay. From Clewiston we I'I|I his specialist training ,with the U. a couple of years'' ago when 'we took r, h
made the trip 'by boat and returned i I is. ,Navy and now has the rank of up for that "part of the USA. We :;: Telephone 163 jt

late that evening.: There was no (I I Seaman 1/c. He was the 11th high still contend its great country after
train to meet us and for an hour or i man in his class and because of this you get used to it. 1N:N:N:N:--:N:N: :N H..:N H:N:H 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:NN: :N:. ,
two, as we remember, we paced the high rating was permitted to stay in '* '*
dock waiting on the train's arrival. | the east for amphibious training.The Pvt. Frank Cox arrived yesterdayfrom .r.
boredom'as Macon, Ga., to.spend a furloughat < ---
But there was no time for remainder of the class was shipped -
we waited for the mosquitoeswere west. David was assigned to home. Mis. Cox went up to see

: so thick that every few secondswe an LCI and is in traniing at Norfolk.. him a coupleof weeks ago and it may
had to wave our hands violently i i s ar be that the only way he could get Flamingo Brand
in front of our faces in order to j j r' Mrs. Maldon 'S. Wright has re- her back to work was to get a furlough -

get a deep breath which could be | ceived word from her brother, T/Sgt. :and bring. her, home.
held until another hole was cleared. Norman R. Fitzhugh, that he has received *
I don't remember much about their his discharge from the Army Seaman, 2/c Richard Pape was DAIRY FEED

bites, 'probably' we were immune to j[ and is expected to arrive. here today assigned recently to destroyer duty "
the sting in a few minutes, but we i I fnf. -a' visit: Norman' will.. ... ha- vo-- and sent to<<; Bayonne, ,N. J., from
all felt that had we not tied weights I i i I membered for his experience at Bainbridge to join. his ship. Upon Roughage and Concentrated Feeds '-

to our shirttails and put sand in the I Anzio! when, as one of the famous arrival there Richard found his ship
cuffs of our trousers that we'd have "Rangers" he was one of the very undergoing repairs and found him 4
very soon been entirely exposed to few to escape when two battalions self with a lot of shore leave timeon Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users

the mercy of the insects.So I of Rangers were wiped out in an at- his hands. Making his way to

when you get to thinking the tack on Cisterna on January 30 of New York he found Bernard Myers You Can't Buy A Better FeedFOR
and, now he and his former coach
mosquitoes are bad now, rememberthis last year. He returned from Europe
flash-back, to the "good old { last 'summer and has been stationed and teacher are having a great time
day and remember that 'we're at Fort Knox, Ky., as an instructor seeing the sights of the big city. SALE IN THIS AREA AT DEHYDRATING PLANT IN
some twenty-two or three years I I in radio communications until his MOORE HAVEN _
closer to DDT than we were that i! discharge Thursday at Camp Bland- SK 1/c Ned R. Hager Tias returned
night_ on the Clewiston dock. 1 ing. He entered service before Pearl to his, base at Camp Peary, 'Va.,
Harbor and had 128 points to his after spending a ten-day leave herewith WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)

The disciples of Isaak Walton in (! credit when discharged. Mrs., Hager and other friends
Clewiston area little disgusted. I j, Among Sgt. Fitzhugh's decorations and relatives.: MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA
While'they would like to see the levelof are the presidential citationI '
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Lake J. W. Hampton, who recently re """ "'- : <;1.r<:1! "
Okeechobee raised so the i I and four oak leaf clusters, the combat I
turned to his home in Moore Haven ---
water could -
again cover the reefs ; infantry award and four campaign ,
which serve as a great natural fish bars in the European Thea- with, a coveted discharge' after serving -- =-" -

hatchery and eventually increase tre. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. through most of the African, and
European fighting with the Second BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
Armored Division along with Jimmy
"'w 7:00 TO 9:30 A. M. 12:00 TO 2:00P. \I. 0:30: TO 8:30 P. M.
and Jack Wynn, has recently moved :
to Clewiston and has again takena -
FOR THE position with the U .S. Engineers, ;
the job he had when he entered the i CLEWISTON[ INN

service as Glades ,County's first in ,
ductee. '- .

Lorman R. Lowe DINE AT THE INN ,.

A Complete Dinner At Awarded Purple Heart FOR GOOD FOOD


PACIFIC-Lorman R. Lo'we. 24:," -
ship's serviceman, first class, USN r.
whose wife lives at 1281 O'Farrell] "

St., San Francisco, Calif., was awarded
$1.25 and Up the Purple Heart medal recently E Meet' Your Friends In Our
for wounds received in action I in .
the Okinawa area. The award, authorized

Service :from 6 to 9 o'clock '. Short'Orders. USN, Commander by Admiral, Fifth'R. A.Fleet Spruance, was COCKTAIL LOUNGE:

9 till 1 1:30 1 presented Officer.to Lowe by his Commanding

'. Lowe entered the Navy in July Open 11:00 A. M. to '2:00 P..( M. 4:00 P. M.
' : 1940. He has been
Air Conditioned aboard this
To 12:00t
battleship since December, 1943
,and has participated in four majo
campaigns He first saw action al t

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I -:,,:-:,,:-:,,:-:":": **:":":"; *:" -:- :-:":-:<<-:":";.'. .:":<<-:-:-<+:-XI Miss Julianne; Oglesby and Miss I I EZELLE GUEST IS HOXOREE I wright, Janice and Harriett ,Magill,
}. Nora Oglesby accompanied their AT BRIDGE PARTY WEDNESDAY!: Ronnie and Beverly Egley, Nancy

.., ,, I .:. mother, Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, to St. I and Cynthia Bolton, Helen Prewitt,.
Mary's Hospital in West Palm Beach Mrs. Harvey Carson of Boston,I Bonnie FayDurrence, Karl and

PERSONAL and SOCIETY Tuesday. Mrs.: Oglesby remained I Georgia, was the guest of honor Eric Larson, Donna Gale Martin,
for ah indefinite stay. Wednesday at a party given by her Lamar McLendon, Ronnie, Jane and
i j t hostess, Mrs. j. 'W. Ezelle, at her I Judy Wylie, Alice and Albert.
Mrs. Frances Meredith, Mrs. J. F. home on Ponce de Leon Avenue. i Gericke, Christine Hutson, Lynn

\ yo c->>:-: :..:-:......:..:-: :..:-:..:..:.. :..:-:.<..:..:..: :..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:.. :..:-:..).: :..:..:..:-.:.. Ann Tippey Meredith, Mrs. A., A.Mada Munroe Thielen, Patricia and meeting Since the date occasion of her was bridge the regular club,I Vaughn Ezelle, ,Glenda Emma Sue Jane Etherton and Jennings, Mary

I" Mrs. Neal J. Dwyer was a visitor Miss Edythe Nell Cornette and Joanne Pitzen went to Avon Park Mis.. Ezelle 'invited several extra j Jean King, Jerry Bolton,, Sharon
In West Palm Beach Saturday. Mrs. Howard Leonard were Thurs- Monday. The girls remained thereat tables of guests and gave prizes to Crochet, Jimmy Pitzen, Buzzie Christ-
day visitors in West Palm Beach. Camp. Wingman, where they will the members of her club and to the I] ian, Juanita Snell, Martha Jean

;' Mrs. Lou Place of Miami spent spend a two weeks' vacation.F. guests. Mrs. H. A. Bestor I, Nowling, Virginia Godwin, Patricia
IL':' two days this week visiting relatives. Miss Margie Allen is spending a ed an' apron as high prize receiv-1'Ann Meredith and Charles Royal ofBelle
vacation In Delray Beach with Mr. in '
E.' Bryant vice-president Glade
guests, Mrs. E. C. Mills won a table I
.(," Mrs. C. E. Bailey visited friends I and Mrs. Guthrie and Mrs. Sinclair charge\ of the Eastern Division of I I cover as bingo prize, Mrs. Carson rejceived -,

, ',', in LaBelle Wednesday. Knight.Mr. the United States Sugar Corporation I I i a bandeau, Mrs. Charles I
left Wednesday for Tifton, Oliphant and Mrs. Bezz Gardner! TWO-STORY HOUSE
: Mr. and Mrs.:V. C. Woodward were and Mis. N. V. S.. Mumfordand Georgia, to inspect sweet potato were presented with dusting powder)

:(.: in Tampa Friday on business. Mrs. F. Deane Duff were among plantings there, and in the surrounding as guest prizes, and Mrs W. C. FOR SALE- I mile
the business visitors from Clewistonin "
area. "
Owen won a cosmetic purse for con
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Small were in West Palm Beach Saturday. -- e solation. this side Moore Haven.

West Palm Beach Saturday Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen and
Among the club members Mrs. See John C. Hall P. (X
I Rev. M. A. Frazell of Lake daughter, Shirley, returned Tues- ,
John Darby visited in Gainesville Worth conducted the Sunday services -: day night fr.o n' Fort ,Lauderdale_ Ralph Bishop won an apron for high Box 45. .
and Mrs. W. II.- received 'a
thsi week-end. at St. Martin's Episcopal where they have been spending a
table cover for bingo prize. Re I
I Church. I vacation. Joanne Crouch, ,who spent
freshments consisted of frozen salad,
Miss Ruth Conley and Bobby, the past week there, as their guest,
macarooons and iced /tea. FOR SALE-One milk
Garret were week-end guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bolton and I returned with them. I I

:. and Mrs Jack Rogers in Pahokee. daughters, Nancy and Cynthia, are The guest list included: Mrs. J. cow fresh. Mrs. Ralph
I enjoying a few days holiday in the Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L. Lee I I E. Beardsley, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, II

: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Conley and I j state and in Georgia. have returned from a two weeks' 1 I Mrs. W. C Owen Mrs. Ralph O'Neal. Phone 27R5,

._ son and 1Iry. P. Conley were visitors ,-' -- vacation in Memphis with Mrs. Lee's Bishop, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs.'
Carl Johnson, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. Bear Beach.
in Pahokee Sunday. S/Sgt. Leroy Hare, who is stationed parents, Rev. and Mrs. L. R. Wads-
R. Y. Patterson, Mrs R. C. Wilson, ]
worth in Alabama
and Hayneville, ,
at Hendricks Field, Sebring, spent I I
,r1 Rocco Veltri of Nashville, Tenij., the week-end here visiting his mo with Mr. Lee's parents, Mr.: and Mrs. Mrs. Charles Oliphant, Mrs. Bez'zI
.' is ,visiting his son, F. D. Veltri, and ther. Mrs. Maude Hare. J. L. Lee. 1 I Gardner, 'Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. J. FOR RENT
Mrs. Veltri and daughter, Diane. W. Francis, Mrs. C. H. Berner, Mrs.E. -
I I Pvt. L. Stewart, Mrs. D. G. Alston,
Mrs.' Bezz Gardner of Daytona and Mrs. Frank Cox and for two men, with orwithout
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg have returned -I Beach is the house guest of Mr. and James Wynn arrived Thursday from Mrs. 'F. Deane Duff, Mrs. G. B. I'
from a two weeks' visit in Mrs. E. E. Kelly. Mrs. Gardner is Macon, Georgia. James has been Thomas, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. C. board. Call 1 17 J
J. Nielson, Mrs. W. H. Lanier Mrs.E. .
visiting relatives in that section and ,
New York City. a sister of Mr. Kelly.
-- Mrs.Cox has been with Frank, whois E. Kelly, Mrs. Bud Hundertmarkand after 6 p. 'm.

l .J F. E. Hunziker and E. J. Smith Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McLendon and stationed at Camp Wheeler, andis Mrs. E. C. Mills. 1- '

were business visitors in Miami Sat- children left this week on a two now home on furlough.Mr. 1r
urday. weeks' vacation trip that will take MARJORIE ELLEN BROWN i r FOR SALE House
4I and Mrs., Charles B. Owens CELEBRATES 7TH BIRTHDAY I
them to Atlanta and Dawson, Ga.
I I! furnished unfurnished. -
left Friday. They were accom- or
}: Miss Carolyn Bryant ,and Miss
i ;;, ; Joanne Walker spent Sunday in I I' Mr.' and Mrs T. H. Roland and panied to West Palm Beach by Mr's.Ruth Marjorie Ellen Brown, celebratedher 332 E. Obispo 1 1st
y West Palm Beach. I I Josephine and Miss Mildred; Kolstad B:, Owens. Mrs. Charles seventh birthday anniversarywith ,
visited in West Palm Beach Sunday Owens left from there for her former a party Thursday afternoon at I' St. north of laundry.

with Miss Carmen: Roland. home in Erie, Penn., and Charlesis the -home of her'parents, Mr. and
0 Miss Sylvia Snell of Okeechobee '
in Miami awaiting orders to leave' Mrs. G. H. Brown. Unique favorsof
spent the week-end with Mr.' and
for the Bahamas." pink and blue hair-bows for the
Mrs. Bob' Waldron. Ann Winney, of Jacksonville, WANTED-To rent a
cousin of Grace Ward, is spendingthe girls and G-man badges for the boys
Mrs. J. R. ,Deadwyler and were distributed. Refreshments of R.-L. Richardson
'J> Mrs. balance of the summer visiting piano.
C. W. Redish left Thursdayfor : daugh-I II[
Detroit to join her husband, who air and Mrs. A. O. Ward and Grace. ters, Janet, and Bobby Nell, ice cream, cake and candy were serv-
Palm Beach are the guests ed. ,.phone 165-J, Box 501.
is stationed nearby.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Davis of Canal Deadwyler's parents, ,Mr. and Mrs.I. Included in the guest list were: I I I II
--: I I Point spent the weke-end with S. Bell, Sr. Mrs. Christine Wolff, Pat and Nancy Moon, Lief Johnson, I I I tp.FOR .
Miss Evelyn Lee returned Monday Mr. Davis' sister, Mrs. C. J. Lov- I! another daughter of the Bells from Jerry, John, Matthew, Benny and ,
after spending a vacation at Juno vorn, and Mr. Lovvorn. I West Palm Beach,' came' Thursdayand David Prewitt, David and Marilyn \ Vagabond
Beach, Florida. spent the weekend with them. Hancock, Mary Theresa and Tommie SALE -

.. Mr. nad Mrs. R. L. Richardson i ,- Seegers, Sarah Beth Sykes, Rose ( -
; model
o : Miami I Trailer 1938
+ Mrs. F. Blume |
of is the ,
e I ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Thomas have Dunaway, Joan Wooten, Martha I ,
"'_ ington.house, guest of Miss Renee ',veth-I; Mr. and Mrs.. J. D. Leftwich, Jr., returned from :a two weeks vacation Davis, Jane, and Linda Lee, Joyce good!; condition new

.- j were In West Palm Beach on busi- spent at Juno, Beach; _Fla. Unfor- and Jay Bartz Ja'net and Patsy Casper -
/-fw _L_ -
: ness, Saturday. ,\ tunately, while they were away their Betty Ann Sellers, Bobby, tires. See Mrs. C. H
Stanley- Jordan left Thursday for I son, Eric,' was here on a weekendpass Georgia and John Weetman, J. Car-'

: his home in Bartow, 'where he will Rev. F* D. Mason, vicar of St. Mar- from the U. S. Maritime Service I roll, 'Miner, Johnny Cothern, Dale';Eatmon, Trailer Park,

'" spend two weeks vacation. I tin's Episcopal Church, returned School, which' he attends in St. Pet- Rosenberg, Mary Katherine, Judy :' Moore Haven.

--: over the week-end from Chicago, ersburg. and Becky Francis, Mitchell Wain-
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Conkling are I where he has been receiving medical 1

spending several days this week at treatment. I Beder :E.. Nail, Jr., CPO in the ..;...:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. '.
Fort Lauderdale Beach. I __ -
Sea-Bees, is recuperating at the :
Mr. and Mrs. Theron Herring and 11 Biltmore Hotel, U. S. N. Convalescent !
._ ,Mrs. C. A. Driggers and Mrs.\ W. I sons, Cranford ,and Buddy, returned I Hospital in West Palm Beach.Bedel' I:!: NOTICE :_;;

w J. Cato were shopping in. West Palm ,over the week-end from Coolidge,' who was inthe New Heb I
Beach [
Ga., where they visited relatives for rides for two years arrived in West .Y.
I Ilrs. I two weeks. I Palm Beach Tuesday and spent that |t Dr. F. D. Gudbaur Optometrist will be I.v
:\ W. H. Redelsheimer of ,
1 night here as the guest of Mr. and
T anil Arrived Thursday to visit l\U-1 I Mrs. 'Oliver Martinez- of Miami has I' Mrs. B. 'E. Nail, Sr. :|!: at his branch office in the Hopkins Building, 5:
and Mis. C. J Lovvoin.
I I arrived in Clewiston to- await the 16th and ;
:: Clewiston on Thursday August ::
I i arrival of her husband, who is at Mrs. L. H. Nash left Wednesdayfor I
:., present in Daytona Beach. He has Jacksonville, where she will meet :|: Thursday, August 30th. Regular weekly :

just returned from overseas." her husband, who has been over- 6th. :;:
visits will be resumed September ;k
seas for more than two years. Larry,
Em Ned R. Hager, SK 1/c, who is who is a Warrant Officer in the U.

: stationed, at Camp Peary, Williams- S. Marine Corps, has been stationedin I .V.". vv.". v.".v. .VVVV.". .V. vvv. .". .". .vv.". .... v. .-
; burg, Va., has returned there after the Hawaiians for more than a -
1 1I I spending a ten day leave here with year but saw action before that at I
I his wife. Tarawa and took part in other in- \
MATINEE 3 P. M.,, MTE 7-9 P.I.I I I vasions.Mr. .

Mrs. B. E. Nail, Sr., left Thurs- -- IIADf: YOUR STORE ,
,' Week Beginning August 5 I day morning for Alabama, where and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mr. M//\ XIUlJ THAT'S

she will visit with her mother. She and Mrs. W. C. Nall, Capt. and Mrs. j

Sun._ & Mon., August 5 & 6 will be joined in Bradenton by her A. G. Twiddy, Mrs. Ruth Wilcox, :::
"IT'S IX THE HAG" I brother. Vernon E. Bryant and James V. /f tll{( :

With Fred Allen Jack Benny Lofton were among those from Clew- /
Mrs Harvey Carson of Boston, Ga., iston who attended a dinner in Fort /

Cartoon = News is the 'house guest of Dr. and Mrs.J. Pierce' Wednesday evening at which !:HJ: ,, -",7'"""trf...... }' r:;
W. Ezelle. Tuesday Mrs. Carson 'Donald Hansen, formerly located I r
Tues. & Wed., August 7 & 8 Mrs. Ezelle and Mrs. Ralph here with the U. S. Engineers, was I Easy Terms on Purchases of $10 or More. ,
f .: (Double Feature) Bishop shopped in Miami. honored by the War Department.

a t i.). ." '; 4f4i .. Frank Birch' -lc-of Dubuque, Iowa, NOTICE ,
I ': .;/ fJ'B' 'iJ mr I who is stationed with the Navy at Across From I P Fort Myers,
:F.I: : & Fort Pierce, spent this week-end The Girl Scouts Sponsors Committee -
j t Meiiu I with the, A. D. Richardsons and the will meet Monday night, August Postoffice ., Florida '
: 1i1fFJ1' R. L. Richardsons. 6, at 8:15 p. m., in the library.
, (
, _
1 f
y ',*JWup ran mm ions.ioeaLuiiciin Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and Mrs.C. NOTICE
i i/.>,, 01 IjBU. UHIJI liUU MAIC UAMU[ ,lillElilll A. Thomas were visitors in West

J >: "HIGH POWERED" I Palm Beach Wednesday. Mrs. The Women's Association of the I .
, I i I Thomas has as her guests her nieces, Clewiston Community Church will\ t
Robt. !
Lowery-Phyllis 1
"' :i' Brooks Joanne and Janet Saxon. meet August 9, Thursday, at the

I I church. Members are urged to at-r Pasteurized Milk
Thurs. & J
August 9 &
10 '
g- William J. Brinkley, Jr., of tend. "
;; :, ".iHSI XIC AXD OLD LACE" Broklyn is visiting here for two I s

::.: with Gary Grant weeks as the guest of his aunt, :Mrs.G. i ,NOTICE And Cream

!.; '1. 'r NewsSaturday H. Small, and Mr. Small. Thisis -- I II .
his first visit since 1933 when The Girl Scouts of .Mrs. Joseph
';i"-: ." :jhe visited the Smalls. Walker's troop and Mrs. John C. I Now available to local patrons from your
August 11 Ziler's troop will hold a picnic Tuesday -
f{,' f II Mr. and l\rr.J. J. Graham and August 7, at 6 p. m., at the home dairy.
.. ,',' I A TINY NEW IN A STAR daughter, Sally, of Jacksonville\: boys picnic grounds. -
";;r., rrorr.SHARYN visited their daughter and sister, Call 1 33 for Delivery Service. Daily Delivery

Florence Saturday. The entire BROWNIE NEWS
i. I family spent this} week In Pahokee I ---
with Mrs. W. M. Johnson. I The Brownies had their meeting
r I I I Tuesday a.t the Girl Scout room.
n Kenneth Chisholm of Miami Mrs. Burkhardt
IKO(U010 MCNt! was gave us combs and CLEWISTON pAIRYA.
MOFFETT.Caitoon +ono.uno'unnoa the guest of Charles Wallace the we tried different styles on each ,
, '
; .GEORCE anaJao awnES Neil aaaE aauron
first of the week. Mr. Wallace spent other. Later we had games and refreshments -
< -"Mask Marvel" No. 12 the week-end in Miami and Mr. There were seven members H. King

Chisholm returned to Clewiston present.
with him. I Joyce Bartz, Scribe.1\ ,.. .' -



Tibetans. Stick_Out Tongues 1 4e I r .!In w I

Gems Thought In Presence of SuperiorsHere's
I 'x fan

EQUALITY is the life of con- one custom that would 6 y,' :Jil4r W
; and. he is as seem ludicrous to us but is taken R OOR V

much out who assumes to him very seriously by the Tibetans.

self any part above another, as When going into the presence of a Lb I.WASHINGTON W, ON When screws and bolts in imple- Scrub carrots with a stiff brush.It .

he considers himself below the high lama or other superior being, ments or iron become 'rusty, soak is easier than scraping or par-

rest of the society.Steele.Fine it is customary to approach the them in gasoline for 30 minutesand ing and saves vitamins and minerals

thoughts are wealth, for the great man with your tongue out. QUIETESTIN they will come out easily. as well.
right use of which! The farther you get it out the bet. YEARS -.- -.-

Men are, and ought to be account ter, for it is a sign that neither Grass stains on white materialscan Clean wicker furniture by scrub-

able your thoughts nor your speech. The of Columbia looks often be removed by spongingwith bing it with a stiff brush and warm
If not to Thee;to those they influence. have any evil in them! more like a peacetime capital this ammonia and water. salt water. The salt keeps the

After all, the biggest trouble, Sometimes at cross roads, summer than in many years. -.- wicker from turning yellow.

like the biggest fish, is the one shrines are built in memory of For the first time since the war, the Resolve to go easy on the vac -.-

we don't catch.It some devout man who lived in the house is now planning a long recess. uum cleaner motor by emptying When washing windows, use an

is as easy to deceive one- district. Natives and visitors round alike This reflects increased congres- the dust bag after every use. up and down stroke on the outside,

self without perceiving it, as it are expected to walk all sional confidence in the new White Shake out the loose dirt, tie the and the side to side stroke on the
each shrine before they pass on House set-up, also the fact that inside the
is difficult to deceive others bag out on clotheslineand inside. This way, you can easily
without their perceiving it. their way, as a token of respect to many a legislator yearns for home. let the breeze. do the job. thor- determine which side needs more

the dead man. ._ The dollar-a-year men and oughly for you. polishing. I
brass hats who planned to check out
-- -- -
-- after Germany's defeat haven't

NO ASPIRIN FASTERor started their exodus. Instead they've Scalloped Front Cupboard of Plywood
HEARTBURNRelieved better. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin, been joined by hundreds of businessmen

In 5 urinates or double money.back world's 35c.You largest get nearly seller 3 at tablets lOo. for 100 only tablets one who've, 'moved in to get their For Your Bright Pottery and ChinaBy I I

When exeM stomach add eaoeet painful -oflocst-usually cent. Always ask for St. Joseph Aspirin. reconversion headaches unsnarled. .
.. itomaeh and heartburn doctor
fair Boor
g. the fa.t.et-aeting medldooi known for Thousands of returning officers I
SVniDtom Ucr U f-nwcHdne.like tho.etnBei-ana
TmbloU. No!ai tiTe. Bell-ani brioff eomto"'C .. and enlisted men from Europe have Ruth Wyeth Spears
jiffy or doable I yoar money back on added to the housing and feeding
NOTE-Pattern 264
to us.Z5e *t druggists. gives large cutting
problem. Parking spaces along the ,BOX TOGETHER WITHMETAL diagrams and illustrated directions for
I Potomac are crowded on hot nights ANGLES making the box cupboard: also an actual-
PROTECTS CHAFED SKIN ssqot with G.I. Joes and G.I. Janes and size pattern for the scalloped front. A list
of materials is included. To get Pattern
M OROllHEWHITE government workers searching for a 264, send 15 cents with name and address
1 cool breeze. Washington is more direct,to: ,

PETROLEUM JELLY peaceful, but still jammed I

IIldH ENERGY TONIC Adding to the crush are the Tru-. MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
-take Bedford Hills New York
man boys who have on
SNAPPY FACTS Scott's Emulsion helps tone up the Washington. They fall into three Drawer 10 '
build stamina, and
system energy Enclose 15 cents for Pattern No.264. \
categories (1) The Missouri boys, o.w 'W'
resistance when you feel"dragged : MARK 2SCALIOPED" '
-J aid out and rundown-and your diet friends of Truman and Bob Hanne- g Name_, I

f t and lacks the the energy-building natural A&D Vitamins natural gan looking for jobs, patronage, and FRONT ONPLYWOOD WITH Address

RUBBER ) oils you need. Remember-many juicy political plums. (2) The PATTERN OUT WITH-THEN A JIG SAW CUT rI i I
I, doctors recommend R ood-tasting Pauley boys from Southern Cal or. OR A COMPASS SAW I
d Scott's. Buy today-all druggists. nia-friends of former Democratic I i

Treasurer Ed Pauley who've rushed TF YOU have a wall space cryingto

SCOTTS EMULSIONTake into town to climb on the gravy be filled with an important

Ordered to take a German train. They're brash and crude for piece of furniture, here is the answer -
the lines
position, the most part have little respect for
that shooting would have A breakfront cupboard effectto
brought them under direct the taxpayers' money, and already hold bright bits of pottery and ICECREAM

fire members of Company A, have their eyes on the gilded, domeof china and perhaps a few books.

175th Infantry stretched an the capitol. Third group are Cost a fortune? Not at all. You -At No home-Any ice cryitals flavor-Delicious-Smooth-No cooking-No re-
inner tube between two trees the "Battery K" men. These are the can have it and save money for a whipping-No scorched flavor-Easy-
and hurled grenades sling B-L World War I vets who saw service bond too. Inexpensive recipes In each 1St pkg. : '"
Please send this ad for free full-siz.sample
shot fashion. It worked.B. forCONSTIPATION with Harry Truman in 1917 and 1918. You will need a base which may be a offer or buy from your grocer.LOnnOnUEiRY. 4

Most are satisfied with a brief table that you have on hand or a chest of
F. Goodrich has developeda
rubber whichIn "hello" and a handshake from their drawers made by taking the mirror off of ,
new cement an old dresser, also some short lengths of
hero. Others to the wroughtiron
some cases can replace cling lumber and plywood. A simple box cup Brand! Homemade! lee Cream
rivets or screws. gates of the White House, think board Is made to place on this base.
that their comradeship with the new The next step is to mark the design for STABILIZERlONOONDERRY135
French Industry has begun to produce chief is of the scalloped front on the plywood and cut
executive a guarantee a
U. S. Army pneumatic tires, it out with a 'compass saw or take it to HOWARD,MN FMNCIICO,CUV.
using American raw materials. Production No matter how many medicinesyou soft government job.Truman a woodworker to be cut with a power saw.
In one plant has Increasedfive have tried for constipation, Heyday Paint or stain the cupboard to match the

times In three months of op we urge you to try B-L with the Truman's own aides in the base make and a stretch colorful'fabric background across the for backto your
eration. understanding that B-L must
White House are still impressedby treasures.
bring excellent results or
you their new surroundings. .
your money back. Caution: Use
Some feel that Truman's rise i .
only as directed. :
gives them 'a blank check to Emerson Found the Way

use his power for their own Of the Philosopher Hard

ends. .One youthful_aid has

W/uJSuf t? been bragging about having Tru Lying awake at night, Ralph

man's political enemiesshad: Waldo Emerson sometimes had an
L rot mm Inn owed, their wires tapped. inspiration, and would light a

"' RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO Truman, a sworn enemy of lamp and jot it down. The matcheshe 1

E: wire-tapping when in the senate, used were in book form, being B r Ir

Goodric1Aa. will probably clip their wings joined at the foot.
Most /;:;
a s soon. powerful man .
One night Mrs. Emerson was /
the Truman is
awakened by his complainingvoice
chubby, cigar-smoking Brig. i
crying out: "What's the
Gen. of the WED.-THURS.-FRI.-SAT.m f t
Harry Vaughan, one
matter with these matches. I've
s "Battery K" boys, who _buzzes struck seven, not one would 7:15 a. m.(CWT SUNDAY); 8:15: a.m. (EWT)
considerable advice into his ,
IS Urge BottleU u'..-]*!"-Small SUe 60t| light!" 8:15: a.m.(CWT):9:151.ro.(EWT)
L 4-CIITIOI: III OUT AS I''II nit* chief's ear, but now finds it
She reached out, found the Your Favorite CBS Station
IT m tOtD Cm JIOIU ir II Hill s ficilpI il|If..I being accepted with less fre
Mdilllll co. _in.juufliiuii <.yi>iuMLeaf40 matches in their, accustomed
quency. hangersonare
lit and discovered her
place, one,
FOR QUICK still having a field day best comb, seven teeth missing, in OBELISK FLOUR I
around the White House.
D _R1iiJ the hand of the philosopher.
Center of administration power

A Soothing has partly shifted from the White
ANTISEPTIC SALVE House to the second floor of the May

:Tfsed by thousands with satisfactory results "CsB-BnitfTApplicator lOUft: ; flower hotel, where Bob Hannegan
for 40 ,years-six valuable ingredients. holds forth in Democratic
make*"BLACK L AF 40CO headquarters. Good'-and ;
Get Carboil at drug JUST A Grspl
stores or writ MUCH FARTHn
Spurlock-Neal Co.. Nashville, Tenn. DASH IN FEATHERS.. . Judge Welburn Mayock, ,
OR SPRETAD ON ROOSTS the committee's new general counsel -
uses the office to lobby for Cali- The Grains Are GreatFoods"

fornia oil interests. George Kil- It ItK

lion, the new treasurer of the national rfi/9 Kellogg's Rice Krispies equal
ada.IF committee, who has beep the whole ripe grain in nearlyall
the protective food elements
0 using a meat-ax: to collect. money declared essential to
I I I IL for the committee from businesu human nutrition.

men may find himself chopped down RI C E

soon. One ardent Democratic''

I supporter of many years' standing

SO hearing about Killiom's tactics, Y
said, "He'll collect so much money RICE
WATCH OUTThe i we'll lose in '48. Everyone he taps : ,

medical profession knows that /*>> r 4% for $5,000 will feel like contributing ), } z
though a person may be cured of common ( : twice as much to the Republicans -
malaria they may have it come ;'-; VV;. to boot the Pauley crowd out." ....
/-ih ;
back on them. So, if you are once more /; (l; ? \r) I'Y t
feeling tired, run down, have pains in / Meanwhile little is happening to set .
back and legs, feel weak and billiom, no ", v # the stage for Democratic victoriesin
appetite and nervous-though chills and I
fever haven't.struck you yet, and you t I 1:7fflJJ \ ; the congressional elections next

have common ma.taria-it doesn't pav to "-0 year. Hannegan is already in
take any chances. Try a bottle of Oxi- '{/ pu'
dine. Oxidine is made to combat malaria : hot water with labor, particularlythe '
give you iron to help creation of red I ): ,, CIO, which he has been studi-
blood cells. If the first bottle doesn't I "
satisfy you your money will be returned. : ,-...... #I ously ignoring. Labor leaders, who f Buzzing 1lies.and
Oxidine has been. used for over 50 years. /. ._..: j I poured out millions to help Roos&j mosquitoes 'are
Get a bottle today at, your drug store. / velt last year, claim they can't even, 1 r'' put out of bust

INFECT/ON "I get a glass of water from the Demo- + ) ness for good .
i crats when it to Flit r
comes bucking oppressive r when you spray 'em with
I ACTS ON THE KIDNEYSTo legislation in congress, and l Lfr 1 This efficient insecticide not

-WORKS FAST! are now making threats to move A .only kills many nagging household

increase flow of urine and over to the GOP camp. 1 II pests but is sure death t3>
Don't take chances!Any cut or I Harmonious. the disease-laden malaria
relieve Republicans dread
irritation of the bladder
abrasion should be treatedpromptlybycieansingfollowed I .
from excess acidity in the urine I Farther up Connecticut avenue at 4t1Jl' f mosquito as! well! u
i by applications of Dr. Porter's Republican headquarters things are l y Play safe I Buy a summer'i
Are you suffering Antiseptic Oil. This wonderfulaid fO'
unnecessary distress, supplyofstaialesspleas- r
harmonious. The Republicansare
backache, run-down feeling and discom to nature's healing prQc-
fort from excess acidity in the urine? Are esses has been a stand-by for sitting back, are quietly laying ant-smelling Flit,today 1
-you disturbed nights by a frequent desire years, In treatment of minor I I
the groundwork for a high-powered
to pass water? Then you should know :
bruises, burns
cuts, chafing,
about that famous doctor's _
discovery congressional race next November.
sunburn,non-poisonous insect
thousands say gives blessed ROOT relief.-Swamp that bites, etc. Keep It on hand in What they need most of all
Root is a carefully blended combination of your medicine chest always for are some issues. GOPsters, in- FLIT '
16 herbs, roots, vegetables, balsams. Dr. emergencies and use only as
Kilmer' is not harsh or habit-forming la directed. In 3 different sizes cluding Chairman Herbert Brownell \ / '
any way. Many people say Us IFUU'l1elouacllact at your druggist! are confident they'll find plenty t f KILLS FLIES, MOTHS, I
Send is for truly free amazing., prepaid sample TODAY in a few months, are hoping that AND MOSQUITOES 'I

Liko thousands of others you'll be glad Truman stubs a few toes politically l+ 8iiucolnms'tpaatad -.. I
that you did. Send name and address to I soon. Republican Chairman
Pel'rilenS D, Unw & Co., Inc., Box I II I
1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited.Sendat Brownell has _a million dollars to
f once All druggists sell Swamp Root. !

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j-!L Too Late RUSSELL To ClassifyBy KAY Easter Lily BulbsFOR

,,. WAR-YEAR OEVtLOPMEN'f5 OF MANt1FACfURFR9 T ......................... PLANTINGInspected
THAT CAM MEAN PeACETlMa BENEFITS /WPJ00* :..:..:..:...:...:..:...:..:..:..: :..:--: : : : : : : : : : : :-:

'TO ANIERICANG ARQt and Certified toy State Plant Board of Florida
.fF ) 1 1 hOME Saturday, August 4, marks the For Sale and Shipment
':1' ...- 155th anniversary of the United

: I : States Coast Guard and my good The Only Way to Sure ,Profits is to Plant
friend Clem Drossier, now with the
1t Public Information Office of the
7th Naval District, provides me with
some interesting information concerning -

r r' ... j N,, .. Coast Guard activities.It According to Quantity Ordered
"." At _w. -. is proper and fitting that the Write for Quotations
:: 'f ...
l,< .: ,I work of this splendid branch of the
;;.. .4 .. I..i.. service be brought to the attentionof MRS. ALBERT DEVANE
}. ( the public for few .people fully
;. l I :rt + understand and appreciate the amazing -
'" .
service the Coast Guard per-
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i"I'. II .. forms.
I ; ... with thou-
We in Florida over a
-PRItnIN& METMOD FOR .. ,) .
'. -
coastline and count-
FI'': COLORED PICTURED sand miles of
& less navigable inland waterways
: '- t. .
should be especially Coast Guard

r JL conscious. Aside from combat dutyin
all theatres of action, the Coast
Guard maintains as well all of its EXPERTLawn .
k: I 1i &iY regular duties and is even now .' .

formulating plans for post war activities -
;:. that will provide, even greater -
service to all engaged in com- Mower
ii mercial or pleasure boating.
; 021'' RIORATB Right now Florida is experiencinga
HEAT "boating boom." Registration of
;J.Jto COP motorboats in the 7th Naval District
I has soared well past the 15,000 Sharpening and Repairs
t '
Yb r rrr. ft Ni RN105TAT DEVICE (0 DE (ECT I mark and is still climbing. More and
: ; nJ/4.4 .'rq- ? "HOT BOX* CflUSE OF RflllROWD more folks are acquiring boats and

1'\" WRECKS at war's end when restrictions are AtCounty
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: removed and gasoline is again -

(..:..:..:..:...:...:..:....:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:...:...:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:...:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..: the number in operation will
I be substantially increased.It .

is the aim of the Coast Guardto Hendry MotorsFord

r Increased Quantities Of do everything in its power to
serve and safeguard these boat own-

ers and operators. Plans call for Sales and Service
an intensified air-sea rescue task .
Genuine Chevrolet Parts unit operating from bases in Miami '
hi and St. Petersburg and patrolling

O almost 300,000'square miles of ocean .

Now AvailableService. and inland waterways. Sharpeyedpilots
keep close watch for any ves- -r
sel in distress and radio the base

where fast rescue. boats are always ........,........................**.......;.........................................................................................................................................................);*

For All Makes ready.In an emergency, such planes land I e j
Headquarters I .
near. the distressed boat and take .
the survivors, aboard, sometimes
stacking them Jike cordwood on the I Let Us 2f

CARS And TRUCKSWASHING wings and pontoons, then taxiing
around until the crash boat arrives. t
b Skippers who in the past have\khad f *, '
You With
trouble navigating in Florida wa- ::2 Supply .? .
ters can look forward to something '! tit '
and GREASING better, too. More than 3,000 aids !
to navigation have been establishedin .
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the. 7th Naval District since the '
CHRISTAN( CHEVROLET war started. Five buoy depots are ; .1, ",

now in operation channels are more ; .
clearly marked, rules of the road :_: WINDOW CARDS ,*, '
PHOXE 87 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA enforced, anchorages designated and I'j

'' ." .. ............ ........................... stricter marine inspections main- j j j' '
,''I : :..%*%A.%*"_'%, *V.%*%*%*\A\V.*--M\*%*%*:..!.....:..:..:..:..: :..:.:..:.: : : : : ,: : : : : : : : : : : tained, all of which means ,it is go- .:, RULED FORMS / ;
: ;
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I. ,
ing to.be safer to go out in your : ,' \ r :

: boat after the war. ::::: ': i: .f\; LETTERHEADS i

Boatmen are going to have to pass J. .
OWNR!! .%. ,' ,
! TRACTOR examinations before they are issued .. ', ENVELOPES :'
licenses to operate, and to pass they : .' : .
are going to have to know the rules. :%: .: ::1 :l.

Florida waters are going to be as: _: ; >. BILLHEADS ; U '
f. .. f- .
heavily traveled, proportionately, as \ ;
:; IF you want highways, believes Comdr. RalphT. :: HANDBILLS" .: ::,
.. .
Eiland, District Merchant Ma- t
I rine Inspector. "They are going to :> : J.. I'

: traction be as safe or safer than highways if ,.s.'T: ; I eKE T S .. ,,' .:'
we have anything to do with it," he : .*< .. : '..'

f :. l- states.Since the war Coast Guard fireboats Ij' ": j: : ETC. ::2 ; I'f j:

here's have been provided for many "
yOUr Florida harbors and these will remain f ; At low i LtiI
,_; after the war. Evidence of the a price

need was shown during the emer- : g
tire I IThe .
\ fy 7 rl; : gency of the Franklin Oil. Co., fire ;
in Miami not long ago.

long-wearing In addition to the air-sea rescue' : t
and inspection sections, an expanded ?
B. F. Goodrich Sil- 'r
captain of the port organization t ti
I vertown bites into ; will provide greater protection for : XG

the soil, grips without 1y' small boats in bays, harbors or on
t and the waterw ys. The number of > !
.r: slipping, uality Printing .
1 such vessels aided in one way or
i r t gives you positive Imo'i another in the Miami area alone is =. I
a j #; self-cleaning. That's almost unbelievable. A 1 (
t y r faulty en v

i '. because of the Sit.vertown's gine, a reef where it wasn't supposedto ':.. ?...
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\," ., I \ be and in some cases plain carelessness -:
: ? of one kind or another on r. .- f
I V :s:
I 't-:.' heavy shoulders f. f the part of the operator keep the
:,', ,and open-center Coast Guard picket boats stationed .*. LET US ESTIMATE ON :{
i at the Royal Palm docks on the go .f.
.,I .".; design. all the time.A :: YOUR NEXT ORDER :_
See your farm neighbors' Silvertowns in action-see how '1':, '
, war born activity which will .. O'
well these tires work. Then come in for your Silvertowns probably be continued on into the .!t' '

yr -tires that give you what you want most in a tractor peace is the Merchant Marine hear- :.i%:. :d..: F

;. tire traction. ing unit. Trained men are stationed .:. '' .
See Us Today at strategic points all over the 1i.. ::' PHONE 39 :.
I world, charged with enforcement of i. ,0f

ft.r RALPH E. WOOD discipline aboard all merchant 'vessels i :
flying the American flag. In I :_:. OUR REPRESENTATIVE ..

Distributor for the United States, these units are ..s.%. :' .%.

responsible for such enforcement ; CALL TO ASSIST YOU *
:_: WILL -
GOODRICH TIRES AND TUBES and GULP OIL aboard all ships which enter terri- ;
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS torial waters. Such a unit is now /1 ?
operating at Miami.So q
when the Coast Guard starts its ?
156th :rear of service to America on ?

Saturday, August 4, It will be readyto I THE CLEWISTON NEWS 'I, '
meet not only Florida's "boating
boom" but any other booms or J
emergencies that might arise and its x .y
motto will still be "Semper Para- .c, ..... ...... .............................................. ............;'l
t tus"-Always Ready. c.4 ..:.:..:...:...:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:.: : :-: .-. : : . . . .-. .
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Clarence C. House remained for a while and then returned -i I \"O'I'ICI': ': 'ro COrVTKACTORS Of and ublfc'Instruction.Superintendent I I for the, election of three Commlsslon- I
I ers to
AND serve on the
to Michigan. They came I City Commission
AuvjaiiTisK3ii\T roil Bil Attest: Kof the of Clewiston; Florida .
Dies Friday Night jack to Florida fifteen- years ago I | Bert D. Keck, Architect, j -. The two candidates receiving the I
.. arid built a home on their place at FUUXI'1'Ung AM> tQUll'J11'N'I'; Stuart. Florida.. greatest number of votes shall be
In Miami HospitalThe Fort Denaud and lived there until I FOUSCHOOI I Aug. 310.AOTICi. I and deemed the candidate elected for receiving four year the terms next! ;I

Mr. House went to work in Miami. UIJLDIXG! "O4' U greatest number of votes shall be
': ,
CIInYIS'rO'LI: UDA I HRAllIXG deemed elected for a term of two years:'
body of Clarence C. House, 1 I 'I The candidates' who have qualifiedare
Are you still buying war bonds so Project Flu. 8-34. N I Monday, August" 13, 1945, at 4:00: P. :- "
JackSon -
:>5'ho died Friday night at that finish off the Japs? August 3. 10 15 i :M.: United States'... Eastern War Time, R. Y. Patterson _, ', '
: Memorial Hospital in Miami we may 1 1 Is' fixed as the date ;and ,time when, and Malcolm W. Bigg
Jonesville the City Hall in.the City of Clewiston "'. C. OwenC.
was shipped Sunday to I Sealed proposals and/or bids will bo is designated .
I as the place where, the I A. Thomas
:IMicli., for Interment in tho cemetery M-S. Conrad T. Clark received by the Board of Public Instruction I' City Commission shall hold a public and three of the candidates are to be
Florida, at
I County. .
services held Hcndry meeting for' the purpose of ,consider elected.
there. Funeral were the office of the Board In the Court ing and acting uponthe' assessment -
Saturday at 8 p. 'm., In the Phllbrook "Working On Railroad"NEW House Building at LaBclle, Florida,I roil, of acting-ns a Board of Equaliza- munity The election Center will'bc held In the Com
I Eastern WarTime room in the City Hall
until two o'clock m. tion of
Home chapel. Mrs. House p. | hearing complaints and receiving Building, Clewiston
Funeral ,
--- I August 15, 1945, for Furniture .
I testimony us to the value of
accompanied the body, to Jonesville. DELHI INDIA Master and Equipment, for a school building 1 any property, real or personal, as fix- clock The A.polls. M.; will and be will open at eight o'-
I' at Clewiston, Florida, more fully described -, ed by the Tax close at- seven
Assessor and
ill 'perfect-
Mr. House had been in o'clock
While Sergeant Conrad T. Clark husbandof in the specifications and draw- ing,reviewing and equalizing the 1945 P. M., Eastern War Time.
health of.a stomach ailment for some -11rs.Iris- F. Clark of Sebring, and,ings, prepared by Bert D. Keck, Archi-I'tax assessment. appointed The following to election officials!: are-

time past he was able to retain his son of Mrs. Fred Topper, Clewiston, Public tect, Stuart.Instruction Florida, for Hendry the Board County of,I I August This ,notice 1945. dated this 3rd day of Judson V. Francis conduct, Clerk the election:
at the Pan American machine soldiers who's "work- Florida. I Mrs. It. M. Hare Jr., Inspector '
position I is one of the and specifications MALCOLM W. BIGG, Mrs. W. L; Lott, Inspector. ", ", .
All applications for plans I
where he had ,been employed in India Clerk, I The
shops ing on the railroad" getting shall be accompanied by a City Commission.. following alternate election officials
three He was !! to Bert D. City of Clewiston. are appointed to serve In their
through Chinese
for years. supplies to our r I check of deposit, payable Aug.
"- 310. place and stead, if _
of $10.00as necessary:
Architect in the sum
Keck, ;
working on the night shift and last'I allies i a guarantee for the return of the I Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw Clerk. .

Wednesday became so ill at his work Most of the railroad men in India I been plans submitted and documents., this deposit After a will bid has be I NOTICE OF ELECTION Mrs.Mrs._ Charles G. H. Small M. Plrkle.Inspector Inspector.

i that he was taken home early in the I are serving with units of the, Military refunded upon return of said plans, I By order of the City Commission or
evening. Later in the night Mrs. In condition withIn I the City of Clewiston.E. .
meter- and documents good General
Railway Service on the municipal election will be
where two _days after receipt of bids. I held on Tuesday, il --E. E. KELLY, Mayor.'
House-took him to the hospital guage Bengal and Assam Railway. There will be one office copy of said September, 1945, Aug.3,10,17,24,31.
his condition was pronounced crit- the India Burma Theatre -, plans and specifications on file in the I --
Soon after office of the Board of Public Instruction -'I.two.. ...............X.. .. ....... .... .. .. ...... _.....'.. ... .-. . .
ical. He died at 10 p. m. Friday transportation service took over and one In the office of the ,Architect I x-: x : x : x H-.X.."= : ....="..................=".......-......._..:[I '_- ;
Mr. and Mrs. House, both natives operation of the road in March, 1 where plans may be viewed by
of Michigan, came to Fort Denaud_ = prospective bidders, but such plans I "
1944, its carrying capacity was ,
shall not be taken out.
In 1912, two years after they were 100 percent I Plans or bidding shall be arrangedfor I J. E. Beardsley
married and bought a ten acre home : by notifying; the Architect or_ the i
The road was built originally toj Superintendent of Public Instruction.Each .
place on the south river road. They bid shall be accompanied by a
fulfill the peacetime requirements of i I
check, Bid
certified check, Cashier's or
the Assam tea planters. Now it is I Bond equal to 5 per cent of the base REAL ESTATE BROKER
Softball League- I one of the most important supply bid thereon, payable to the Board of I
Public Instruction, Hendry County,
(Continued from page 1) arteries for American and Allied Florida, conditioned that the bidder
troops in the Far East. will enter into written contract in accordance II
of 7-1. with his bid, if accepted, and I : -
Mel Pape's kids broke even, for the A large proportion of war materials! give a full performance bond in amountof PROPERTY MANAGEMENT /
the destined for CWna goes over the 100 per cent of bid or proposal. I
after dropping a game to
day No bid may be withdrawn after the S
Sugar Company by taking the Guards railroad from Calcutta to depots schedule time for receipt of bids for a Ii '

into camp, when Twiddy hit a last in Assam. There it is dispatched]I period The Board of thirty reserves days.; the right" to reject i i L CITY LOTS, ,FARM LANDS t

Inning single to score Conkling and over the Stilwell Road or flown over anyor'aU bids' and to waive all Informalities u : 1
breaK a 2 all deadlock. the Hump by transport planes.GI or Irregularities, if to its i :_ "-
to do
The Guards suffered for the day railroaders in India have workIed advantage so. INSURANCEPhone
both under rough conditions, at jungle BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, I ,
by losing games. HCNDRY COUNTY, LABELLE, ,
and mountain outposts, and through I
Other games of the week featured -
monsoon rains. They, like their I II
the Moore Haven Tigers shooting ,By; E. M. Cornette (SEAL) I 66
brother railroaders home have
.. down the low flying Riddle Flyersby at I Chairman Hopkins Bldg.
done a transportation job unequalledin I
the score 'of 8-4. All honors go By C. E. Weaver, (SEAL) . . . . . . '
history. I I .MNMNNNNN..NN..NNNNNNNNHHNN.I .......... .... ........ .. .. .
to Hawkins, who hit a homer in the Secretary to Board :N: : : : : :NINN: : :H: : : : :HHN: :N: :NNN7r :-)
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last inning with the bases clogged 1-- r __

and: broke a 4-4 tie.

The Town Team,' consisting of r Y ...r rl y 1 a8 .T,py,' ,t *,, d r,+(r ? //aidr 'lr': Z..> yy rl gtc'r(?', r HbFP'JFa' onWW,,,. 7, ,,p. rylrMc

:IcTavish, Hayes and a few men to a a FG.r v, aiiilPhA! \ k sY y v r ri l 4n.?; ,., y

till in, licked the.Flyers in a game

that was called at the end of six and

a half innings of play. The Flyers

tied up the game in their half of the

seventh, but had to drop the runs

flue to the game being called on account -

of darkness, and automatically -

ending the game at the sixth

Inning. The score 8-4.
The High School nosed out theTigers I

7-6 in a game that featured
some fancy slugging by Conkling, / \ 57 \ s'

Baker and Trice, all of the High :

School. Conkling led the attack with .rw i V/

four! for four followed by Baker !:
with three for three and Trice collecting -

two for three.

Bobby Hare's Sugar Boys came

to life in the seventh inning to score

three runs and take a 4-3 decision '. y'
from the Flyers- in 'a game that is :% .A.a.hi%;

classed as the best of the year.

Gamble and Hare -battled it out on f
.. a rr r
themound with Hare giving the most $ y ..
ground with four hits and Gamble, J


W. L. Pet.

Sugar Co._ 13 2 ..866C

High School 9 5 -.643 .
C. Guards 8 6,571

Clewiston 5 6 .454 _

Flyers .-, 59' .357 7 -': "-
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BG Guards .,' 39 .250 a i '' r s .' :"'

Moore Haven ', / 3 9 .250 4 r'
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