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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 10, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 10-NUMBER- 48 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA; FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1913 SUBSCRIPTION$2.50 PER YEAR




'I r School Bonds Are Sold Fire Re-Organization Department. I Sugar Industry To Get



i To Ranson-Davidson Co. Proposed By CityAn I Additional S. Benefits


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tisement elsewhere in this issue for --
Makes Up' volunteers for the local fire department The Department of Agriculture an- I Increased producer support 'pay-
Low Interest
Vocational of the nounced Saturday that for the pur- !jments on 1946 sugar cane and su-
the personnel present
r For' Below Par Bid Rehabilitation Counselor I department having been. depleted pose of increasing the production of I gar beets to increase the tight. su-

I .I I dangerously by calls ,to service of sugar, the following payments will gar supply was announced this

On BondsE. Here Thursday many of the original members. be offered to processors: !week by Clinton P. Anderson, the
1. To processors of 1945-crop, new secretary of agriculture.The .
Members of the volunteer depart-
sugar beets, 18 cents per 100 poundsof 1946 program guarantees
M. ,Cornette, Clewiston memberof Don L. Hay,district counselor of ment are paid by theycity for each refined sugar'as an offset to increased growers of, sugar beets a national

. ,the Hendry County school board, the Florida Vocational Rehabilitation fire call and for each' practice'. call.It production cost and in ad- average return, including sugar act
i returned this week from vacation Service; was in Clewiston ,is proposed, as soon as enough'new dition to 12% cents 100
!I members are ,obtained,*'to reorganizethe up per payments,..; of, not, leas, than $13.50a
) and stated that the bonds for the "day to meet with any ,persons Thurs-I pounds of refined sugar of the ton ,for beets of average quality
I completely apply
{ '\ construction of the new high school ous of receiving assistance department amount by which production cost ex- ,lof recent years, compared with $12.-
building and for other school im department, which is a. branch of the I for a charter and maintain a smooth- ceeds the net proceeds realized from 50 in 1945. Under present market

provements of $450,000 were sold by State Department of Education. working and largely independent or- the sale of 'the sugar. conditions, this guarantee for 1946

the board on July 27 to the Ranson- The Service provides: guidance in ganization. 2. To processors of 1945cropsugar will call for a government paymentof

: Davidson Company, the same bond the selection of a vocation; trainingfor .cane in Louisiana and Flor- nearly $4 a ton on average beetsin

firm which has handled the pre I a vocation; treatment needed In HEARING ON WAGE ida, 15 cents per 100 pounds of raw ( addition to sugar 'act payments)

liminary details of the bond issue. order to remove or diminish a disability sugar, 96 degrees' equivalent. compared with a payment of about

The bid made by which is a vocational handi- ] 3. To processors of 1946-crop $3 a ton in 1945. '

son of 98.54, while RansonDavid'I\ 'I I cap; artificial appliances necessary : SCALES TO BE ON Puerto Rico and Hawaii, 15 cents Growers of sugar cane for sugarin

was much better than to enable handicapped persons to per 100 pounds of raw sugar, 96 Louisiana, Florida, Puerto Rico,

par bids received because of a low work; assistance in finding work I'' degrees equivalent.The Virgin ''Islands and Hawaii will re-

interest rate. A rate of two and a which disabled persons are capable THURSDAY HEREThe payments are intended to I ceive a payment of $2.10 a ton of

half per cent was given for the first of doing. Any disabled person, over I. assist in defraying increased costsof average sugar cane, the payment

ten years and of two and three- sixteen, who is vocationally handi- processing these crops as con- in each producing area to be grad-

quarters per cent for the second ten capped in earning a livelihood and Department of Agriculture trasted with the costs in 1941. The 'I uated upward or downward "in

years and the entire issue went to I who appears capable of being re- announced today that public hear- conditions under which the pay- accordance with the ratio of sugar

;, this company. The sale was approved habilated is eligible for the benefits ing will be held in Florida: on Au- ments will be made will be specifiedin j from the' deliveries of the individ-

1;. by Mr. Cornette by telephone. I offered by the Service. Such gust 16, 1945, for the purpose, of receiving offers to be submitted to processors ual producer to sugar recovered

'' The state board of education had service is not extended to invalids, I 'evidence on fair prices for by the Commodity8 Credit from all deliveries in each area."

agreed to purchase the last maturinghalf II feeble-minded or aged persons. In : the 1945 crop of sugarcane, and on Corporation.The I The payment in the case of'

of the bonds but failed to makea most cases the handicapped persons. wage rates for persons employed in payments with respect to the I Louisiana growers will be equivalent -

bid for reasons not known. are expected to pay for their maintenance harvesting the 1945 crop of sugar- Hawaiian, Puerto Rican and Virgin to $2.04 a ton of "standard"

The bonds will be printed at once while in training but finan-I. cane and in planting and cultivating i Islands 1946 crops will be contingent sugar cane. Louisiana and Florida

b' and it is expected that the money cial assistance is available for those sugarcane during 1946. i upon an appropriation by Con- received $160 a ton of cane in 1945

' "will be available in the very near unable to pay. When possible serviceis The Sugar Act or 1937 requires I' gress. Such appropriations are authorized and compares on a cane ,equivalentbasis

future for the commencement of'con given in the applicant's own coun- that in order to qualify for 'conditional by existing law. with $1.21 in Hawaii $1.08 in

t' struction. ty. Persons interested in applyingfor payments, sugar producers Processing of 1945-crop contin- Puerto Rico and $ .90 in the Virgin
such assistance and guidance must pay 'wages at rates not less islands. An additional provision
I inental and beets
Architect Bert D. Keck is working sugarcane sugar
on the 'plans at this time, making I'I should apply to Mr. Hay at 819 Gardenia I than those determined to be fair and I II will 'begin this faIl.Sottball applying only to Louisiana and
West Palm Beach to reasonable by the Secretary after I
certain revisions required by the.. St., or Florida cane growers authorizes
the. nearest District Office. public hearing and investigation. !
state, but it is expected that all will I I payments of $1.10 per actual ton 'of
-i The Act also provides that in qual- frozen sugar cane that is salvaged
be in readiness by the time the board I
r- is,.ready to i advertise for bids. Elbert Stewart i ifying for conditional payments processors League either for sugar or molasses.
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also must
who are producers
--- "The 1946 program is being an-.
Describes SessionOf pay for sugarcane purchased from nounced at this time to enable
1 Oklahoma Air Field I other ,growers at prices determined HARDEN LOSES NO .HITTER growers to plan for a maximumcrop

1945 LegislatureElbert to be fair and reasonable by the "
Officials Visit I The sport fans of Clewiston watched Anderson said in a state-
secretary.The '
Fred Moller of the Town Team ment. "Producers of both sugar

*.;:;' Riddle Field Monday:7: L. Stewart, Hendry County I Clewiston public in the hearing high will school be held audi-at lay down a perfect: bunt, and 'squeeze J beets and sugar' cane have advised

t. representative! in \thg,' 'Jgrida. Legislature ';in Peters from third .in"the.r, eighth us that, their, "prodlli'i n :can be increased ,,-- '
terium 16 11"45 I
on August beginning '
r General .Manager* :Tony Ming 1 I gave a most*interesting'report inning, to lower the. boom n Frank in 1946, and-i'am'calling on
at 9:30
British C. O. 'K. ,N. Sayers, AFC, of the activities of the state's a. m. Harben, who registered his third no I all producers for full production. I,' .

I Frank Kihel, head of the ground 1 longest session at the meeting of the -- I hit game of the year. Harben had'a I am confident they will respond. The "-:

i school and Bob Wilson, head of the,I Kiwanis Club. Wednesday evening. Congressman Visits i perfect game until the last half of 1946 crops represent the earliest

maintenance department of the RAF'' First Mr. Stewart 'pointed out the I I:the eighth when 'Twitty and McLeod :( opportunity for: increased production l.
let one drop between them to let the of beets and cane. The acreage -
air school at Miami Oklahome, were I main objectives .of the regular session I
L at Riddle Field Monday night and and of the passage of the new first man reach" first. Blount pitch- of 1945 'crop sugar beets was
I ed'superb planted some time ago, so the quan-
ball, by allowing the High
Governor I
Tuesday to confer with officials of I tax program backed by
School three hits. tity of sugar that will be produced
'b the local field relative to the trans- Millard Caldwell. While Mr. Stew- only scattered
I in favor of taxes Other games of the week resultedin from this crop now depends largely -
fer of students from Riddle Field to art was not new "
WIION- the United States Sugar Corpora- on the weather.
Miami on November 6. he said that the session'was de-

The left by plane Tuesday termined on raising more funds from tion clinching the pennant by defeat-i ._Anderson said that "in view of
i group taxes, if from non-essential sources. ing the Belle Glade Guards by a mar- the importance of maximum sugar
afternoon to return to Miami.
j. The new taxes on racing, liquors and I! gin of 10-1. production at the earliest possible

cigarettes will furnish money for I[ The Clewiston Guards had an easy I time" the agriculture department

I City Registration taking care of state institutions, hos- I day by defeating the Riddle Flyersby will give special aid in securing suf-

'" pitals, schools and_ old age pensions.He a score of 4-0. Joe Spudic had : ficient labor, fertilizer and machinery 1
Books Are Closed I for beet and
then described the 53-day things his own way and gave up on- sugar sugar cane

t' extraordinary session which was ly one hit to the ,Flyers. I producers.
I _
Registration books of the City of called by the Governor to take care I Bobby Hare's boys bunched seven 1

Clewiston were closed last Saturday I i of reapportionment, dwelling large- hits to lick! a favored town team to Carl Hathcock Dies
1'' and those who delayed their registration ly on the personal highlights of this I the tune of 5-2. Weaver and Mc
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i will not be permitted to vote in I I extra session. Relations were so I Leod were the big guns by collect i i i With Tetanus In IIl"

w+ the municipal election on September strained between north and south ing two hits each. i i i -

i 4th. I I I Florida legislators that one dared I Belle Glade Guards rolled into I I West Palm Beach

from the town with blood in their eyes and I _
In this election three new com-I not meet a friend opposite {
i missioners are to be elected from the+ camp for a meal in a restaurant or I left out being the winner of an extraordinary -!I Carl Edwin Hathcock, nineyearold -

I :: I for a casual conversation without I l ball game over their son of Otis Hatchcock, South

-I) !:: having the purpose of s'uch' meeting DWIGHT L. ROGERS I arch rivals, the Clewiston Guards. ', Clewiston, died in a West Palm ;

incumbents, and C. A. Thomas. The'two misconstrued by observing legisla- When two cellar teams get together Beach Hospital; Monday of tetalus' '

receiving the greatest tors. Mr. Stewart was not entirely Dwight L. Rogers, M.c.1, on the same field one' is': contracted after he stepped on a

of votes will be elected for four-I satisfied with the reapportionment bound to come out a winner! In this nail while at play: last week.

year terms and the one compromise but agreed that it was Visits ConstituentsHere case it was the Moore Haven Tig-,I The nail wound is said to have ;

third greatest vote will be elected probably the best that could have On Wednesday ers nosing out the Belle Glade:\ caused him little trouble until he

for a two-year term. I been hoped for under the circum- Guards by 'a score of 4-3, I I began to complain of a pain in his

stances.Mr. This week will climax the scheduleof jaw and shoulders. Fearing lockjawhe ,
if Dwight L. Rogers, Congressmanfrom
I the Glades League, bringing to a rushed to West Palm Beachat
D. Saunders Stewart has served in the House the Sixth District was in the was
Jasper I ''
close of 'the exciting and
one most
once but the infection was too
during both of the long sessions, the city for a short while Wednesday. He
G Served On MinelayerAt I Ir. 110-day session of' 1931 which was i is making a trip over the district to successful diamond ball leagues ever far advanced to be brought under
j
played in this section. After the last control.
r. I his first Legislative ,session and the meet with his constituents and dis-
OkinawaABOARD game is played an all star team will) His father working in ':D.etroit. j
I Ir recent 113-day session.: This last cuss the local problems', and ac-, .
be picked to play' the second half summoned at once and funeral
extraordinary session cost the state was
quaint, himself with the needs of '
r j I $321,143.ENGINEER. I champs in a three game series. This' arrangements were held up until his 5
THE USS TERROR IN the district.Mr. .
]( will be followed by a three game arrival but it was expected that he
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r;; THE PACIFIC-Jasper D. Saunders, Rogers addressed the Rotary
; I series between the Riddle Flyers.: would be taken to Jasper for bur- '
'ill radioman, third class, USN, son of OFFICIALS; VISIT Club in Fort Myers at their meet-'I
winners of the first half and the
II ial beside his mother who died, several -
",. Mr. and Mrs. Mooney, Clewiston, ing Tuesday noon and delivered a Ignited States I
,
4 I Sugar Corporation Ferguson Funeral'Home
Brig-General Raymond F. years ago.
Fowler,
served on this minelayer which directed short broadcast over WINK, the radio
1 division the winner of the second half to deter- of West Palm Beach had
: operations of the mine fleet engineer of southeast station in Fort Myers, while ':
r at Okinawa to highlight a combat I I division, U. S. Engineers, Atlanta, there. mine the champs of the Glades Lea- charge of arrangements.
II I Kue. Rip Collins, manager, of the I s
and district Col. survivedby
career that has taken her into the engineer A. Among the outstanding commit of I Besides his father he is
Jones of Jacksonville were here B.I Flyers, and Bobby Hare, manager his grandparents, C. H. Hathcock a
Atlantic and nearly all waters of the I : tees which ,Congressman Rogers !I
the United States Corporation, .
J. Sugar
Pacific. week on an inspection trip of engineer serves are the Committee on Inter : I Of South Clewiston, Mr. and Mr. R.
winner
Although primarily a minelayer I work in this area. They flew I state and Foreign Commerce, which ,: promise each other that the :H. Willis of Jasper, an aunt, Miss
used as into Riddle Field in General is exclusive committee and It is will be the undisputed champs, as Gervis Hathcock, and uncles, Kie'
she also has been an I an :1 I
in
FOWl-I promise to throw th6 works
er's I they
amIDuni-1 plane and were Hathcock of Detroit and J. B. Hath-
I tion ship, supplying shells I a distinct honor for a first term this series. '
vessels of the Fleet and to their inspection by A. R. Broaclfoot, congressman to serve ,on ,this com-I I 'cock of Clewis ton.
engineer the Due to incomplete returns on the I ,
units establishing beachheads, on in charge of lewiston mittee. He is also a member, of the .
sub-office. games played, we are unable to present -
many Pacific atolls. I Sub-Committee on Aviation, which the standings,. team batting and !. LOCK: WORK ON SCHEDULEThe

i' During the Saipan campaign, the,. _.-.- Mr. Rogers says is the 'most important leading hitters. i
1 TERROR evacuated casualties to Saipan. committee in the House, espec- I work of! de-watering and the

'- 'p Pearl ,Harbor. She also transported I The TERROR remained in port ially in view of the fact that Florida = BIRTH ANNOUNCEDA repairing and painting of the St.
wounded Japanese prisoners from until' preparations began for the I is intensely interested in the I Lucie locks near Stuart by the U. S.
I {
Eniwetok. Twice she was in port for Okinawa attack. She arrived eight future of aviation in the nation daughter, Lola Mae Hobbs, 'was Engineers is proceeding according

I' repairs, the last time early this year. days before the landings on that island especially where international transportation born on Friday, August 3, 1945, to i td schedule. it was stated this week

She arrived at Iwo Jima three days I and entered Kerama Rhetto is concerned. Mr and, Mrs A. B. Hobbs at the I II by; A. R. Broadfoot of the Clewistou

I before invasion troops waded ashore,I three days before the landing to direct Another, distinct honor for Mr. I Clewiston Hospital. The child I sub-office. The work is scheduled '

directing autimine operations, then operations of the mine fleet Rogers is that he has been desig- weighed seven pounds and four to be completed next Wednesday, y

left on D-day carrying wounded to l there. (Continued on Page 8) I ounces at birth. I August 15.


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TP IDAY. AUGUST 1O. 1945

r Refrigeration Mecha'nict., sraculnlsts,|j "Satan desires to destroy us and II | You are cordially invited to wor-
: (outside and inside). and Sheetmetali| his great object Is readily accomp-I! ship with us. .
Workers. I|( lished if he can enduce Christians I II I
If you are not now employed in
from simple
I devotedness to the Redeemer -' ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL
highest skill in essential indus
your : ; if he can secure corruptionin CHURCH
try, you arc urged to apply. Veterans i doctrine or in the manner of wor-
1: are also urged to Inquire as to ship, and can produce conformity In v Services every Sunday at 8:30
these opportunities. dress and in the style of living to 'a. m., at Clewiston Community
i Apply for information to the Sec- this world." Church.
retary, Local Board of Civil Service
THE REV. S. D. MAS01C
Examiners at tirst and second class CLEWISTOX COJOIUXITY: Priest 'in Charue.
Post Offices; Secretary, Civil Service ,CHURCH
I Board at agencies having such,
;\
PLASMA David C. Hancock, Minister ST. MARGARET'S
CATHOLIC
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boards; your nearest U. S. Employment .-
OENYDRATED
I Service Office to the office CHURCH
AT-1ST.1 +rr ; or
SUNDAY,. AUGUST 12, 1945
I of ,the Field Representative, Civil Fr. Peter J. Reilly
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C.
t Service Cdmmission, 439 Datura
yEAR5 A6AlISi ?CIENTI6T56py \ II i E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor
I YEAR W pPy LNG CLASSICAL I f Street, West Palm Beach, Florida, all ages.Morning Mass-Clewiston: 9:00 A. M.
LIQW VIOLIN AWSC DEMANDS % U. S. Employment Service. Mass-Pahokee-11:00 A. M.
>if't STATE FA5TWm NWNS1UflH i Worship, 11:00 a. m. A
,Sunday, August 12, is Communion
C f l. >*MOTHER /xrTwnyUH I! nursery for small children Is conducted -
-...7 j f i I: School Lunch Program. I: by the Mothers' Club at the Sunday for members of the Holy

1 I To Continue In 1946 Community Center. Name Sodality and for all the men
; '!: I of the parish.
J "Forgiveness" Is. the theme of the
K' ihi: I I minister's sermon. This is the fourth:
Definite assurance has been given
in series r
a on the> -'L rd's Prayer.
that the school lunch program will I _
'. ,"" I, : continue throughout the nation with uuu F. Deane Duff I

..-..-:.::.' government assistance during the
1945-46 school year. REGISTERED. REAL ESTATE
.r-.r... .,,wn,4.: ...r. F
Mrs. Nanny Collins will be manager BROKER
I._ MARE BODfl HAS,ILLINOIS REPLflCEPTWcCW4BlSCflR, A 3Z YEAR-OLD of the local lunchroom this Look to theFuture I Glade., Hendry and Palm Beach
/ I II year and will have as her assistants County Land.. for More .Than
"/ I I II workers who.are for the most part 23 Tears f'I,
I experienced in this class of school I I
I work. The project will operate un-
i'' der supervision of Miss Jean Moore, I
i'i ,... :
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i METHODIST CHURCH
I
S'nTF.sy.. ., W. S. Bozeman,' Minister GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO.
ATe' .suRVEY vF -- -- i i I II
I h4ANUFACTURERS REVELS ROSTRALIA 'ILASDJ IIOO-MLE I I
; fl VBRlflR EXPECT TO USE1; II Services held, Box 6527 ,
1N' PREWAR .: are being tempor- r
PnSMAR'iNAN ___._. 1 arily, in the '''Library room of the After The War Clewiston:>n '. FloridaJohnson's
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_I Community Center and all are cor-

War Workers Needed : West Palm Beach, 'Boca flaton, Clew dially Worship invited Service to attend., 8:'00. P. m. You Will Want To
iston, Fort Pierce, and Vero Beachare
By Civil Service I in need, of a large number of, ,I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Build \
I personnel. A HomeIt Fish Camp I
H. O. Meador Pastor
&urgent need for personnel to U. S. Navy Yards at Charleston, !I (Near Hurricane Gate)
dill vacancies in federal Agencies S. C., 'West Coast, and Hawaii are \ :Clewiston, Fla. t
"THE SINGING CHURCH"Sunday
ragaged in work vital to the War also in need of skilled trades workIers. | \ Boats and Motors -Guide Service

::EfJOTt was announced by George M. I 1 School-9:45 a. m. I Rates Reasonable I .

Archibald, Representative, U. S. Among those needed are Stenographers -: Morning Woship-ll:00 a. in.Training I Will Pay You To W. H. Johnson, Mgr. (
'Civil Service Commission, 439 Da Typists, Guards, Firemen I jI Union-6.45 p. m. C
tura Street, West Palm Beach, Flor- Aircraft Mechanics, Radio Mechan-1 Evening Worship:00 p. m. I
ida. I Mechanics, Mess Attendants I .. .. .. . .. . .
lies Auto MN
Subject: -"Law, Grace and Faith. i j Buy Your Lots : :N:-:NNMNN: :NNNNNNN:NJ: NNNMNTAXICABS :
Local Agencies at Palm Beach,! Cooks, Laborers, Electrician;,Ii;I Prayer ,Service, Wed., 8:00 P. M. ,:!: FOR S:

r I A very cordial invitation is extended .?. h
I to each and every one in our NOWCLEWISTON ":.. +.
community to worship with us each I :'i':: DAY AND N1TE SERVICE ..""_.

Sunday. All new comers will finda PHONE 18FLOWERS ':!:
special welcome among our peo-

Surf Cottages ple. You will like our fellowship.We !'t'..N.......NNN... .. .v.NN.. ..'..v. .Ni. i. .iNN. .. ......._..........................0 or;..
will try to make you feel per- I '
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fectly at home. Be with us at each
1 and every one of our services this
F .. next Sunday.
Cut flowers for delivery here or
\ .SIMILES. NORTH OF PALM BEACH I I The W.. M. Si program and business REALTYCORPORATION for. delivery anywhere in U. S.
"" !; ,. I meeting 'will be held at the I! by wire **'
HIGHWAY NO. 1
church Tuesday, 3:30 p. m. All I
MRS. J. M. FOUNTAINDay ,
ladies of the church are cordially Invited -
to attend. I Phone 82 Night Phone:148WNOTICE

Have: you been enjoying the spirit- I

;. Spend your vacation at. your local beach resort. Two I I ual at blessings the mid-week which are prayer being service received ?- ..............................................................................................................................................................................,........................................... j

room efficiency cottages Hotel Rooms Dining Room i There are many and some are intended ij _:
for you. We have a good *
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( :Cocktail Lounge. |II song service that both young and old
I I really enjoy. Our crowd is increasing ?

SUMMER SEASON .STARTS, JUNE 1. I would each like Wednesday to see you night present and withus we :: Dr. ,F. D. Gudbaur, Optometrist, will beat ::

this next Wednesday night at 8 :: '.his branch office in the Hopkins Building, *: .

For Reservations I p. Our m. Vacation Bible School will be- :::: Clewiston, on Thursday, August 16th, and .:!:

Write. 623 30th Street Call 8940 gin August 27. All boys and girlsin :*_: Thursday, August 30th. Regular weekly :*:

BEACH' I the community are invited to come :: visits will be resumed :t:
r WEST PALM! II and have a part in it. We are anticipating September 6th. :!:

I a great time. Will :you. be *

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; one For hours tween marriage and matrimony? souls"?
For those to come, seek wisely to pre. WHEN CIVILIAN TRIPS
h vent them. And Wonder what it BECOME NECESSARY 2. Poona is a game which origi- The Answers
JOHN WEBSTER nated in India many centuriesago

thinks WATCHING THE WAR TIME and is,now,called what? 1. Marriage denotes primarilythe
I Speech was given to the ordinary botJt. GUESTS as they sit about the spa- 3. What month has had the act of unity; matrimony
,n sort of to r
men whereby l\.1'cIu'! cious lobby of a Los Angeles hotel greatest number of presidents i notes the' state of those married..
communicate their mind but
; one wonders who they are, where born in it? The least? 2. Badminton.

to wise men, whereby to con- they came from, why they are there 4. What is the distance of a"hair's 3. November (5) ; June (0).

ceal it.-Robert South. and what they are thinking about. breadth"? 4. One forty-eighth of an inch. '

He needed not the spectaclesof An old lady, evidently of rural 5. What counterfeit animal 5. The Trojan horse. '

Books to read Nature; he America, takes the chair besideme. caused the downfall of a great 6. A northerner, born in Pitts-

looked inwards, and found her She wants'to be'talkative to relieve city? burgh, Pa.

there.-John Dryden. WNU Features. her homesickness, she explains.I 6. Was Stephen Foster, com 7. Thomas Paine.

find she is the widow of an Iowa

: small town banker. She came to ,

: CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I California to say good-by to an 18- SEWING. CIRCLE NEEDLECRAFTCurlyHeaded 'I
Aid U. S.
l Care jof Dogs year-old grandson who had, two i I

Soldiers in Convalescing weeks before, sailed across the Pa- Doll in a Pinafore ,

cific as a member of a carrier'screw. .,

; The army air forces convalescent "His father died three years Due to an unusually large demand and

'" hospital at Pawling, N. Y., is the ,Persons now engaged in essential" ago, his mother five years" ago,. and current required war In conditions filling orders, slightly for more a few timeIs of
only American establishment of its industry will not apply without state. he was my last 'chick', she said. the most popular pattern numbers. .'
meat of availability from their local had traveled
to
i,, kind today in which, the patientsare ,United States Employment Service. The grandmother Send your order to:
encouraged to acquire and California in a day coach, as the

only' she could get there, but Sewing Circle Needlecraft
care for a dog of, their own to way Dept.
hasten their recovery, says Collier's. HELP WANTED-MEN, WOMEN did not feel able to return the same 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, XU. i
Wanted for school 1915-1045:Grammar Enclose 16 cents for Pattern.No .
year way. She could not secure a sleeper -
In August, 1944, one of them school teachers for every grade. Good liv- __
", had become apathetic he was ing conditions in town of 4,000 people. Sal- reservation for at least anothertwo 1
ary $1500. Also history science and mathe- seemed
weeks. The days terribly -
given a puppy in the hope that it matics teachers for Junior high school. Sal. Nam".1 :
ary $1500. Also social science teacher long. She wanted so much to I
revive his interest in life.
might and teacher
mathematics teacher of chem Address
As a result, the man was dis- istry' and physics for senior high school. be back in her Iowa home, to see
Salary $1660 per year. If interested write her pet'cat, to wear a kitchen apron
charged in four months, instead 01 Sidney Boswell, Assistant Supt., Glynn
-. the 10 months which had been County Schools, Brunswick Ga., for appli- and have the company of her home-
cation blank and complete Information.
friends. .ei
town
estimated by the physicians. That bit of conversation prompted NONE MORESPENDABLE St.Joseph I I
.
Consequently, the staff and patients AUTOS, TRUCKS & ACCESS.
,r another motherly soul to tell her sto vWORLO'S
realized the convalescentvalue ;
FORGET GAS WORRIES
I" LARGEST SELLER AT IQf
of such companionship and Run your car on a "Real Gasoline Substi- ry. She was in Los Angeles await- 'i2 I
,
tute" at a cost of 29c per gallon or less ing the arrival of a son, the youngestof #' evw td
r:; requests were made for some 325 by merely mixing non-rationed liquids. .3
For complete mixing formula send $1.35 to four. "My' baby," she said. He
dogs. The first 175 to arrive were ,
F. J. MEHIC Johnstown. Fa.
gifts, the majority from the (GUARANTEED or money back.) had been away four years. A cap- PULPWOOD PRODUCERS!
Details 35c. (No Stamps.) tive of the Japs on Luzon. Now he

was coming home, and she was expecting -
MISCELLANEOUSARE the arrival of his ship each ,If you are cutting pulp, cord

;d. ASPCA.MALARIA : YOU SICK OR ALL, RUN DOWN day. Together they would go backto wood, etc., you can get quicker
Then send for free literature to
GEM SUPPLY CO. Onalaska. Wl. the farm in Minnesota, where and better results with our r
his father and one brother were producing :: :: :; + modem, new machines. Write I
?0??
I Again we have good cotton prints and per- food for the nation. Two for our Free Booklet: "How to !
CHECKED cale remnants. Order now while supply
IN 7 DAYS
WITH lasts. Large 3 lb. bundle $1.98 postpaid. other sons were in Germany in the Produce and Cut More/Wood/ \
LlQuiD/or Beautiful hot pot holder included. Mrs.
MALARIALSYMPTOMS NICKELL, Rt. 1, Box 456, Bend, Oregon. army'of occupation._ with Less Men." Save time, !

6 A young man wearing a sailor effort and money-simply send i

*Toll!onlv
EARN BIG MONEY! Sell us your old some two years, frequented the lucky little "mother" of
Mantel Clock; or act as our buying agent lobby. The young wife told me she THE CARLSON LOGGING EQUIPMENT CO.INC.
for Old Mantel Clocks In your territory.We curly-headed rag doll will
r For Hot Weather Rashes' pay cash promptly. Write us today gIv- came all the way from Pennsyl-: be the of her playmates. 8S-19 76th Awe. Brooklyn 27, N.r.You .
envy
ing condition, and size of clock.
age your
vania Jim for the first time
THE OLD CLOCK CO. so ,
Itch Burn and Stingdo Dolly's plump arms and legs are
8120 W. Third St. could see his son. Jim had a -10days' '
something to check the discomfort Los Angeles 36 Calif. movable.This {
shore leave before his ship
quick. Sprinkle on Mexsana, the sooth- '" fcah". U'ie!?, ing, medicated powder. Helps absorb SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC. would again sail for the Jap infested ,
excess moisture on skin, often the cause waters of the Far East. When cute 15-inch rag doll has embroid.
of heat rash. Relieves itch of minor skin SEEDS-1944-45 CROP, the 10 happy days'were over she and ered features, yarn curls. Easy to make. EMI I tI
y troubles, baby's diaper rash. Save most Cabbage, Carrots.' Onions Pepper and Pattern 7077 has pattern directions for
Tomato Seeds. Write for prices. Warren the baby would return, as they
i in doll, clothes.
sizes.
larger Always get Mexsana. Seed & Plant Co., Carrizo Springs, Texas.JUlIo'E I
came, by bus, to await the end of

the war with the hope that Jim
BUD PEACH. Am now accepting
orders for fall del. Should have half million would return to them. Finn'Dealing in Skeletons
peaches for commercial and wholesale
-.-;; 1 1 / trade. Write for prices. Farmers Wholesale Such were but examples of
:
Nursery, p. O. Box-34, Smithville, Tenn. .. Finds Little CompetitionOne 80.6 if
those found in that spacious lob.

by. They were not vacationists of cases showed !
TRAVEL ;,
I
their trips were, to them, war- unique business that has no clinical improvement II
TRAVEL, Earn Big r Money Several trav- 'I after only 10 I
A favorite household dress-
antiseptic eling trades to choose from. All courses $3.. created necessities. They had competition is that of a London days treatment with IJ 't
ing and liniment for 98 yearsHanford'sJ I
TRAVEL TRADES BUREAU endured hardships of travel the firm in Medical
dealing skeletons.
4 BALSAM OF MYRRHI It contains 714 Gallatin St. Jackson :Mississippi SORETONE in impartial, J
soothing gums to relieve the soreness and long waits for train accommo- students and doctors in all partsof scientific test. _

ache of over-used and strained muscles. dations, the crowded hotel con- the world are their customers.In .
Takes the sting and itch out of burns, I
(C scalds, insect bites, oak and ivy poisoning tB.Il1 W1h tBJJfldL ditions, the financial sacrifices, Sweden, however, teachersuse SORETONE
( wind and sun burn chafing and that they might, to some degree, crude skeletons of wood instead -
chapped skin. Its antiseptic action lessens satisfy the heart longings the of the human bony structureto Made by McKesson t RobbIns ; r

; ,. skin the is cut danger or broken.infection whenever the war had brought to them. The instruct young students in Sold with mD'lllJbJtk gaanotei _- I IIt's II
II
Keep a bottle handy for the minor fOR QUICH RELIEF war had inflicted cruelties other anatomy. However, the wooden 500 and $1.00 I Ii I
casualties of kitchen and nursery. At ee than those of the battle fronts. skeleton bears little resemblanceto -
your druggist-trial size bottle 3S<; i
=
c household size 651; economy size $1.25. The people, most of them, in that the actual human frame.

(L C. HANFORD MFG.CO, Syracuse. N.Y. A Soothing hotel lobby had not been lured to
Sole makers of S'A
ANTISEPTIC LV E Los Angeles by the California cli-

Used by thousands with satisfactory re.- mate, or a mere desire to go places. fun r
suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredi. War had brought them. War had no
ents. Get Carboil
at drug stores or write.
Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn.Here's made their trips necessary.:
to have '



4= ALWAYS INTEREST PARAMOUNTTHE OF HOME /,,. .1 I MALARIArAKE !

a rfl,'J a SENSIBLE way INTEREST IN, and senti-

to relieve MONTHLY ment for, close to 100 per cent of

B LtarCONSTIPATION the American people starts with the .

Take FEMALE PAIN family and home, extends from )

there to take in the home town, the -{ ,

Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com- county, the state and the nation. Up
.I pound Is famous not only to relieve to the time of World War I that
L periodic pain but ALSO accompanying
sentiment and interest WlnTfRSMlrH.STonIC
nervous tired hlghstrung feelings stopped at
when due to functional monthly dis- the national boundaries. We Amer-
turbances. Taken regularly-It helps icans in
saw the aggression of the
build up resistance against such
% No matter how medicines toms. Plnkham's Compound helps; symp-nature Hun in,World War I a threat against 7'

fE you have tried for many constipation, Follow label directions.Try 1t1 I those things in which we are directly -

we urge you to try B-L with the IJ._ V.PnUiami VECTABLEr interested, and we took a hand. "
understanding that B-L must 9 COMPOUND Following that war a percentage of

bring you excellent results or us believed we must extend our interests FOR THE CAUSE OF MANY DISORDERS ',.

your money back. Caution: Use WNU-7 30-45 to cover the world, but that
F only as directed. percentage was not great'enough' to This package contains a combination of minerals produced '
force the ratification of the kta and compounded by Nature alone, with no artificial in. "- ;.,
Leagueof :o s., 4 gredients nor manmade drugs. When you mix it with your _'

*************** Nations on Covenant.,the part of A the second Hun' aggression J Water drinking day water after according day you join to directions millions who and have drink attacked Crazy '
was
f ; the cause of their troubles. Gently but surely Crazy Waterstimulates
: an even greater threat than the first.: three main cleansing channels-kidney, skin :'
From it we have realized that, likeit and intestinal elimination. Crazy Water brings positive t
-
benefits In faulty elimination the cause and aggravating; ,
For You To Feel Well or not' as we may, we must ex- \S '} factor of rheumatic pains, digestive orders, constipation "
24 hours every day 7 days every tend our' interests to 'a world wide excess acidity etc. Get a package of Crazy Water: Crystals
week never stopping the kidneys filter y+' at your drug store today.
1.' waste matter from the blood.If scope. We are not isolationists, nor
p f more people were aware of how the are we internationalists to the extentof 3
R kidneys must constantly remove cur
plus fluid excess acids and other waste surrendering any part of our sov- Water c:74;
e matter that cannot stay in the blood ereignty.We .
without Injury to health, there would

be whole better system understanding la upset when of kidneys why foil thai have found we cannot JUST ADD CRAZY WATER CRYSTALS 10 YOUR DRINKING WATERi

i to function properly. i safely stop at our national
Burning,scanty or too frequent urination
sometimes warns that something boundaries if we are to have
Is wrong. You may suffer nagging back protection for those.things of
ache headaches,
dUzmcas rheumatic
pains, getting up at nights, swelling. importance to us.Ve are will-
Why not try Doan'e Pilltt You will ing: to take a hand in world affairs -
ij J be a medicine recommended
the
STIFF JOINTS and BRUISES
country over.Doan't stimulate tho function that. we may play safe for
of tho kidneys and help them to our more important interests,
flush out poisonous waste from the
blood. They contain nothing harmful. our family and home, our home Muscular Aches and Pains Sprains .
Get Doan't today. Use with confidence. town, county, state and nation.
t At all drug store?
: ; Get Into Action *

: For Full UNLESS JAPAN throws in the
Victoryl Strains''P
I sponge in the near future the Jap :S:iLd AS;
: heaven will be badly overcrowded. K. '(|'! Bi S | : .-..Wr
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PAGE POUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST' 10,. 1945 j


The Clewitton Newt .I heard is that the smoke is still so [, So we decided -we'll_ go inshore ,here ;which came' at 'the, conclusion I Pvt. Melvin Torbert will cpmplete

.I thick that bombers haven't been able and try casting for trout. 'I don't of his specialized training, in ; fire hi ,flight ,engineer, training at Kees-
to see targets sixty miles away. know whether you ever tried casting control. It is quite likely that El- ler Field, Miss., on August 17th andis
Published every Friday In Clewleton.. As a final touch to the quick end- with a concrete mixer for a reel or bert may now be assigned to sea hoping to be home then on furlough -
Florida .by the CLEWISTON NEWS'I ing of the Jap war was the entranceof not but I can tell you it will bring duty. .
inc. Russia into the war and the out the choicest profanity imagin- I .. .

1 I movement of an army of a million able. About every cast I'd get a Pfc. Oliver Martinez returned home Jane Grantham, wife of Petty Officer -
Entered as second cltLos!! mall matter I I men across the Manchurian border grand and glorious back-lash and before last Thursday from the South Pa- 3/c John W. Grantham '(Navy
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in after declarationof I could the line straightened -I cific where
crewiaton, Florida, under the Act of within an hour the get he has spent the past Seabees) has just received a Jetter-
March S, 1s9T.T war. 'The Nips are probably: more I out the bait would drift 'around nineteen .months on operations in from him in which he' states that

_- 'afraid of the Russians than they are and get tangled :with the propeller. New Guinea, New Britain and the t after 48 days at sea, he has landed!
CARR SETTLE FnblUberSnbMiiptlon of the atomic bombs and the com- After an hour or'' so of this, hav- Philippines. Oliver will spend a on Okinawa. Petty Officer Grantham
bination of the two spells disaster ing succeeded in breaking two rods thirty-day: furlough here with his ;
Rate-T&SO Per Year with a capital D for the; little yellowmen and losing our anchor, we decided to wife and parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. (dur-ing two years

Advertising Rate. ,On Application. who are probably wishing that quit foolin' 'round and settle down Martinez before reporting at Daytona :in the New Hebrides and Admiralty

there had never been any such spotas for a spell of old fashioned fishing I Beach Hospital' for treatmentof j Islands. That was the See-Bee's first
Pearl Harbor recorded on their with cut bait and hand lines. So we inpuries received in fighting the chance to meet his younger son, who
I
Devoted to the advancement and welfare moved over in the channel. Being I Nips. We haven't Oliver
Clewiaton and Hendry County. maps. yet seen so ,was born while Petty Officer Grant-
of
Yes, folks, It'll soon be over and what the better out-door magazines do not know the extent of his in- ,ham was at sea on his way over. Jane
our boys, most of them, will be terms a "Sportsman," I had always juries or their nature. But we do ;the Seebee's,wife, is employed in thei
home. Our guess is that a majority sneered at this kind of angling. I wish him a pleasant stay at home and I Maintenance and Engineering De-

HAT! CpnORlAL.SOCIATION. I will spend Christmas back in the was one of these smart, guys that hope that he will' soon be completely -I{partment at Hendrick's ,Field, finds
U. S. And, if it was necessary to went for the "game" fish. But I'd recovered and will not have to go i her work quite unlike that of her

bring out such, a terrifying instru- promised John a day's fishin' and oy back into action.. {husband's; Jane is helping to man
ment of destruction as the atomic Allah, I'd see that he got it even if ., the big bombers "Flying Fortresses"

bomb to bring it to a quick conclusion we were reduced to going after them M. M. "Mack" McCall returned which fly for freedom, at least that's

we do not feel, as do some, thatit with goggles and a spear. this week from the South Pacific the way she',feels.. since she has hada
was a dangerous chance to take. To start with we tied up to the where he has" been serving for'' about I chance to ride in one of the big
House I bridge with the tide swirling beneath two Sea-Bees I I
On The years with the with the ships
r I it and as fast as we could rig rating of Carpenter's Mate, 2/c. We
Late To up our lines with bait hook and haven't Mack but
Too ClassifyBy yet seen under-
By D. C. S. I sinker and get 'em to the bottom, stand_ that he has received his discharge RATIONING

The news early this morning was RUSSELL KAYI they would wrap, themselves affectionately ,and is home for good. CALENDARPROCESSED '
what we've been wanting to ,hear- around' the piling. Now .
and then, if sheer luck and awkardness I!
indicated -
almost. The Japs have ,,,, Mrs. Foy Durrence called us last ,
,,
( : : : :"x"o"r:":":' enabled you to keep your line FOODS
their willingness. to accept the sure, week to give a new address for Cpl. 'I
render terms as laid down at the clear of, the, piling, you would be rewarded Clayton Waters who had written to Blue Stamps '
Potsdam Conference under the condition I suppose any guy dumb enough with gentle tugs on your I I "tell Carr I received 5 I.. Y2, Z2, Al, Bl, Cl now valid, ex-
to try and take a two weeks vacationall bait, which served to signify that a papers on pire August 31.
be
Hirohito
that Emperor his sovereignty.Later ,.per- I in one day ought to feel the way I crab or cat fish had the proper sense July 18th, am catching up on the 1 I Dl, E1, Fl, G1, HI, now valid, expire -
retain "
mitted to news and was very glad to get them.
hear that even I do this morning. Anyhow I am of appreciation and would'welcome .1 September 30.
today we may been by I a living picture of what the insurance a second helping. He says his food and quarters are Jl, K1, L1, Ml, Nl'now valid, ex- '
condition has passed
this the best
he has had since he arriv-
fear that the I policies term "an act of God, And this just.goes on and on while pire October 31.
for we have no great ed in with
Germany running water I
will such a which is just another way of saying you sit in a bouncing boat and unsuspectingly PI, Q1, Rl, Sl, Tl now valid, expire
United Nations accept ; and lights most of the, time. But in
I that when anything like that hap- accumulate sunshine until November 30.
Hirohito, is permitted .
proposal. If i the middle of his letter the lights
unconditional ruler of pens'to you it is'your own hard luck. you look and feel like a broiled GasolineA16
to remain as went out his
and he finished writ-
will have won In the days before Pearl Harbor Key West crawfish. This column I coupons valid thru September -
nation then we I
the
ing by the of flashlight.
light a
nothing and his removal should beth I used to have a little boat and isn't copyrighted and 'the Chamberof 21. Each car owner must write
condition unconditional I spent a lot of time chasing fish Commerce is welcome to it, but I his license number and state on each
first' Sgt. Jack Long son of Mr. and
I around Tampa Bay but with the com- imagine they will go right on show-, gas coupon as soon as it is issued to
surrender.But Mrs. F. Carl who stationed
Long, was -
it won't be long now. The I ing of rationed gas and restricted ing pictures of long strings of fish him. Mileage rationing record must
world, shaking events, of the' past !areas, I sold it and thought I had with the caption "Caught in Tampa] for a long time at Sebring, has be presented when applying for all
just.arrived in the Hawaiian Islands.
[ fishing for the duration. Bay." passenger car gasoline rations.
given
up
week, all directed at Japan, are I c
I doin' all right until Uncle 'I
was
nation long
much than can
more any I' . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1"
down from New Jersey
withstand, fanatical or not, and if 'John comes .. .. .. rM. .NNNNNNNNNNN. . . .NNNNNNNNNNNNNNM. . ., . .NNNNN. .NNNNN. .NNN. .NNNNNNNNNNNNM. . . 'I
to do he's gotta (M:N N:NN:NNN NN N N:N:N:NN:N N:N:N: N:N: :M
their I and nothing go
over
they don't come today

hours capitulation or days.is: only a matter of !I I just fishin'naturally. He is the talks kind, eats of, a sleeps guy ,that and With' I Radio and Electric Service i

First came the use of the atomic i I dreams fish. I resisted him as longas :ij iJ

bomb on Hiroshima on Monday,:![ I could, but he got the wife on ,

which startled the'' world more than I his side. She says, "Why don't you .: .:.

any one event in history, and although -I take John" out on the bay, it'll do g Our Boys :_;: Home and Auto Radio Parts and.Tubes. :t;
the release of this terrific I you good. .. .:.
Well, John's fishin' tackle consists .:. .:.
energy is a frightening thing we may ,I .. For All Makes, ,, :' ..
thank our God that the secret was i of one hair-lipped mouse-faced X X
minnow and couple, of rusty hooks, in the
first discovered by our own scientist -:. .. .' 4
For know that it will be' so I climb up.,in the attic and get '},
we
,
: Ix
used only so far as is absolutely, ;I my assortment, of rods, reels, tackle: C :I: ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES" .' ; ::
what have It is : I st
necessary to end the war and.not fora I boxes and you. Service ** *t*
deliberate extermination of a nation I really amazing what a helluva messa Fluorescent Lighting' Fixtures = Wiring $

or the world as it might have gob of fishing tackle can get itself "

been had',the Germans first disco.ver- I'into, when 'left alone in a hot attic I |j: ALL WORK] GUARANTEED !_:

ed it. There is little doubt now for two or three years. The rods ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:-<..:":..:
that had the Germans who were warped, the reels frozen and
were rac-
ing with us for the secret, discovered the lines rotten. F/O John Robbins, who arrived I. GEO. WEAVER and'T., J. CASON |

it first, that' it might have been Oh well, I would just go down to home from Roswell, New Mexico, %

the difference between victory and I the tackle shop and get a couple of Tuesday evening to spend a few days :;t;: Telephone 163 :&;
leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
defeat for them new rods and reels and whatever else
and many of our

cities would now be devastated. we might need.-The guy behind the Joseph Robbins, called by the office :: ........ ....................................'....::.: c.
minutes for IAN:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N : : : :NPasteurized: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
The theory behind the use of the I counter was just about as helpful as yesterday for a few a

atomic bomb is a little too much for j the average butcher. The only kindof most enjoyable visit.
ordinary people to comprehend. !I rod you 'can buy nowadays is one{I ,F/0 Robbins, after graduating
Scientists have known for many I I that you wear in a holster and a reelis from the Army Air school at Frede-

years that if the atom, the smallest I a condition you acquire in a sa- rick, Okla., came home for a few
division of matter days and then returned to Frederickfor Milk
could be broken I loon.Well
that a tremendous store of energy'I I patch up my old stuff the re-assignment. He was there a
best I can,_ for boat and couple of months before being sent
would be expelled by the rush of the j i arrange a I .
positive protons in the atom's core j I I John and I set out to give the un- to Hobbs, N. M., for: training on And CreamNow

through the negative protons which ]I: suspecting fish a tough day. Just B-17s and after seven weeks there

we are told, circle rapidly about the I I i why a guy thinks he has to get up went to Roswell,for transitional train"

positive core. When the cyclotron i,1 before daylight to go fishin' I've ing-on B-29s. He is now first piloton available to local patrons from your

was invented, a few years ago this never been able to figure out, but a B-29 and after this leave will home dairy.

was proven but the,next'problem was'' that seems to be rule "one" so, of I. go to Lincoln, Nebraska, to pick up .
to course, we observed it. the remainder of his crew of fourteenmen.
harness this into ,
power a
of destruction: The U. S. and weapon Brit- 'i i I've gone bail for a lot of folks He reports to Lincoln on August Call 1 33 for Delivery Service. Daily Delivery -

ain spent six 'years and two billion ;i in my time but goin' bail for a boat 18.How .

dollars in ,working out the problem I I is something else again, especially at long he will be at Lincoln isanybo'dy's

and the first atomic bomb, probablya I I the crack of dawn with a flock of guess, he says but about

small one, was set off in the deserts j I I friendly mosquitoes all over the place six weeks seems to be the average.He .
of New Mexico with devastat- ,, tryin' to be helpful. then feels that he will be sent CLEWISTON DAIRY

ing effect. The next one was drop-i I We try trollin for awhile, but immediately to the Pacific Theatreof

ped Sunday on Hiroshimo 'and "a i that was no go for you couldn't get Operations, probably stopping in A. H. King
week after,it is'dropped we still don't your spoon ten feet behind your boat I 'Saipan for a hrief l training in operational -

know the full answer on the destruc- before you would start harvestin' a'' flying.
tion except what is gathered from I! mess of grass. The whole blamed John says he's glad to be done .-

the hysterical rantings of the Nips. r bay was lousy with the stuff, it looked with the desert country and likes ----
.... _
Oklahoma better than of that "'iIMt'! "
Yesterday another went down on r like somebody had mowed the any
Nagasaki and the latest report we've'' lawn and then failed to rake it. area in which he has been located.
., BREAKFAST LUXCHEOXDI\ XEn
---- ---- -------------- -- -
,.....__'"',..._. ,;ao __ Elbert F. Hooker, AFC 1/c of the 7:00 TO.D:3011.. 12:00 TO 2:00 P.16:30 TO 8:30 P. M.CLEWISTON .
U. S. Navy, left Tuesday for San
Diego for reassignment after spending -
FOR THE several weeks leave at his home

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g -<-<+X-i.-<<"_<( XKK I Mrs. Neal Walker and Mrs. Bill ton, Hank Thompson, Bonnie Fay the Church- on Thursday 3 p. m.,

: Nychyk visited in South Bay with Durrence, Billie Sue Crow, Jennings with Mrs. .G. H. Brown: presiding.
their parents, Mr, and Mrs. ,R. S: Ezelle/ ,
Marilyn Hancock Elsie An The
I ,program_ was presented by Mrs
; ; 'R80N1\L I Haven, Tuesday on the occasion 'of derson, Patsy Eld rJay BartzHelen David C. Hancock and Mrs. Browtt
III their father's birthday Prewitt, Christine .
: and 800JETYr I Hutson, Karland Hostesses for the occasion were:
Eric Larsen, Lief Johnson, Warren Mrs. J. Kenneth Rogers, Mrs. C. W.
.I i T. C. Ellis of Alva 'is here visiting and Marjorie Brown, '
,. .:. Benny, David, : Fuller and Mrs.? ,Chas. Foy. Re-
his daughter, Mrs. Elthea El- Matthew !
John
and Jerry Prewitt, freshmenls were served to Mrs. Han-

.' ,;,;"' CMyx._ _._;..;_..a;.._ ;a..a ;a:..;a..a;...;...;...;....,..........*...._.........-.r.-.... ...-..TV.:....V. -.....'...u.u..Jt..u.u."l%-!.".".-*-*-' .-. .-T.:W *rT.*'..*-."W.-*-.. more. Mr. Ellis has been suffer- Nancy and Cynthia Bolton, Gayle I cock, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. J. E.'Beards-
I. ing with an attack of pneumonia, Geiger, Margaret Louise and Bucky ley, :Mrs. F.:-:E.: Conkling, Mrs. H. R..
I i y Mr. and Mrs. .A. R. Torbert are Mis. M.: Morice is away on a two I while he has been here. Cato, Donna 'Gayle Martin, Lynn' Hall, Mrs, O. A. Jones, Mrs. Joseph
weeks vacation. She to visit
'I spending two weeks in Tallahassee. planned -' Vaughn, Mary Theresa Seegers Dale Robbins
I I in and Jacksonville. "Mrs. F: Carl Long. Mrs. R.
Okeechobee Pvt. and Mrs. Frank Cox and Mr. Perry; Ronnie, Jane and Judy Wylie, C. Greenaway and Mrs. W. A. Lewis
: Frank Conkling spent the weekend and Mrs. R. J. Blount enjoyed a fish- Lee Moorman, Judy Dunaway, John-I

in Fort Lauderdale Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Rigby have' returned ing trip off Pine Island over the ny Cothern, Rose and Lorraine Dun-i I .
. I from a two week's visit over MEATS and FAYS
,., week-end. They spent Wednesday in away, David and Carolyn Smoak, !!' 'I '
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and the state. West Palm Beach Frank is on I Sara Beth 'I Red Stamps ,
Sykes, Sandra and Cecile I
Q2, R2, S2, T2, U2 ,
valid
now ,

son, Joe, spent Tuesday in Miami. I furlough from. Camp Wheeler, Ga. Jones, Sally Cammack, Judy Curt-- August 31. expire
Mrs. A. J.' Manning returned Fri-
day from Atlanta, where she spent ner, Duane Waldron, Bobby Nell, V2, W2, X2, Y2, Z2 now valid, expire
: Mr. and Mrs. Owen Mercer spent Mrs. J. W. Doty and son, Willard,
I I Deadwyler, George and Georgia September 30. '.,,:. ;
the week-end in Arcadia. j the past two months returned Friday from Lakeland, I Weetman, Alice and Albert Gericke, j I -Ali Bl, 01, Dl, El now ,valid, es.pire'
: .
i where they were called upon the Billy Sykes, Gideon and Jack Brown, October..31. .
Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Meador andI Ronnie Hare, son of Mr. and Mrs.R. death of Mrs. Doty's mother-in-law, Janice and Harriet :
Magill, David
from M. Hare, Jr.r is visiting relatives ( Fl. 'Gl, HI, .Jl, Kl now valid, expire -
a
Wednesday
family returned Mrs. S. O. Doty, whose funeral was I Hancock, Sarah Marie Gudhart, and November ,

three day business visit in Miami. I in Daytona Beach Thursday.Miss Chris Christian., -30." .. ,

I I I IFRAXIJE .
Mr. and 'Mrs H. R. Hall and Miss! Mrs. A. P. Wynn and son, James, Libby McCampbell went to I
I DIANE VELTRI
Marion 'DeLozier were in Miami returned Wednesday from Arcadia Knoxville last week with her par-I HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY WANTED : Clerk for

Thursday on business.WO I where they spent a few days. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCamp'
auto Clean
bell, who had spent the previous Little Miss 1 parts store.
Frankie Diane Veltri
and Mrs. L. H. Nash re- I Mr. and Mrs. J..C. Ziler and Mr. week her and in Palm Beach. She work 9 hours
entertained
a group of her friends I day. Woman -
and Mrs. F. E. Hunziker week
turned to Clewiston Sunday after were returned to Clewiston the first of
with
a party Friday afternoon at the
three days visit in Jacksonville.. I end visitors in Miami. the week.
preferred with
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. !!i perm -
Frank_ Veltri. ,' in1 I I .
:+ Mrs. Maude Hare. and Skippy Co- I Mrs. Lou Mancuso and daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Driggers and honor of Diane'sfirst The occasion was. 1, '''a'n e n t residence. -
birthday,
:- thern the week-end in Fort returned Sunday from a month's I
spent
son, Ted Wayne, left Saturday fora l
which '
was 5. A
Sunday, August Vaughn and
Wright
visit in New York.
-
Myers. ,. I
vacation
: "f, ", j' + .;.; two weeks which they birthday cake with one large candle '
will spend over the state and in Ala- Phone No.
was used for the centerpiece on the 3. I Itp
,
Miss Maylene Hamilton and Miss Mrs. G. H. Mazzina left this week bama. Mrs. Gorda Collins, who accompanied table, from which ice
served
was
Roberta Foy spent the week-end it for Marianna, where she will join them, plans to visit in
cream, cake and punch. Movies of
West Palm Beach. her husband, Sgt. Mazzina, who is Georgia and in North Carolina.
the children
were taken during the
stationed there. FOR SALE House
afternoon. Invited were: Juanita -
._ Clifford Beatty left Sunday for Mr. Mrs. R. C. Wilson
and and
St. Petersburg for a visit of a cou- Mr. and Mrs. Ken Swayne and Sgt. and Mrs. Charles Oliphant left Mancuso, Linda Jones, ,Nancy Don- Trailer, with i porch,
nelly, Patricia O'Hara, .Suzan Gale
ple of weeks with relative 'I son, Billy, were in Miami Wednes- train .
by Sunday for Marietta, Ga. Garcia of Moore Haven, Karson completely furnished
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day, where Billy received medical where they will ,visit with Mrs.\ Wil-
Mercer W.
B. Dozier III, Robert
Mrs. J. W. Francis, mother oil 1 I' treatment. son's, parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Westmoreland III, Jimbert Richardson Now rented permanentlyat
Mrs. H. A. Bestor, left on Monday
'
: 'Oliphant. Sgt. Oliphaat has
)just
Walsh
Marty Jr., Larry
and
for her home in St. Paul, Minnesota. I Mr. and Mrs. 'E. M. Cornette and returned from service in France. Summers, cousin of the.honoree from $30.00 net per month.
I
returned
daughter, Sue, have from

t Frank L. Porter of Miami hast I a month's vacation in Hot Springs, Mrs. Edward B. Turner and daughter sisted Moore Mrs.Haven. Miss Joy Summers as- Wonderful investment,
the E.. J. Smith home. He Arkansas in Veltri during the after-
purchased and Morton's Gap, Ky.
by
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left Friday train for Alameda,
I located
Several mothers in
noon. of the Clewiston.
will be joined within a few days by younger .
California, where they will join Lt.
Mrs. Porter and child. Mr. Porter is I T/Sgt., Leroy Hare and TSgt.Gordon' generation who attended were I
Turner, who is stationed at the
Mrs. W. M.,. Dozier Mrs. P. Donnelly
in farming in the South J.
4 engaged Bay Ruth who are stationed at Alameda 'Navat'-'Air Mrs..
Station. Mrs. Milo H. Jones, Mrs. A. leaving
area. I Sebring, spent the week-end withLeroy's
mother, Mrs. Maude Hare. Turner is the daughter of Mr. and Richardson, Mrs M. H. Walsh an
I Mrs. H. C. Dyess. Lt. Turner is one Mrs, Lela Garcia .
1 offer. Box J 1252 Fort
N: of the Navy's air ace's and is now _._ an ,
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I Mr. and } H. Lanier leftover
assigned to state side* duty as an
the week-end for Fort Lauder- instructor. MR. AND MRS. R. M. BISHOP I( Myers. 2to

dale, where they will spend their va- I HOSTS AT DINNER PARTYMr.
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cation. I
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I, WilliamsMizelleMiss and Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Sr.,: I IWANTED TO BUY -

I F/Lt. S. D. Harvey and F/Lt. G. were hosts at a dinner party Saturday

j|W. J. Wills are leaving Saturday on Virginia" Marguerite Mizelle night, August 4, honoring their son j Refrigerator; electric or
i4t MATINEE 3 P. M., NITE 7-9 P.M. i a business visit to the nation's cap- became the bride of Booth Owens and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs

itol. F -; _J.:..i..3.J Williams Tuesday night in.. "a, cere R. M. Bishop, ''Jr;, on the occasion tjice\ ;'.and gas, stove. Pay i
c Week:Begfnnni'g? August 12 mony performed by Rev: David C. of the younger couple's: first ,wedding I "*

J Mrs., C. J. Lovvorn left last Satur Hancock at the Clewiston Community anniversary.Other jcash. H. C. Jones, -

Sun. & Mon., August '12 & 13 : day night for a two weeks' vacation, Church at 8:45 p.. m.. guests besides Ralph and 1 : Phone 19 1 5 J 15 SagamoreAve.
which she will spend in North Florida The bride chose a'white sharkskin Martha Nell included Mr. and bars ,

with her ''brother..- dress with lace insertions at the E. E. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bbl .

neckline and around the skirt for ton, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston, Miss f
4 "filE Mrs. E. W. Durst left this week the occasion. With this she worewhite Margaret Von Mach, Morris Ford, --

IOIIN' for ''Signal Mountain, Tenn., where. accessories and a shoulder Miss Marianne Jones and Mope Bish
( AT she plans to spend the next three or I corsage of sweetheart roses completed op. FOR ,SALE J 14 foot

UNDA DMNEU. four weeks. II I the costume. They were at
"JARBARA BRITTON'GREG McClURE ------ I tended by Mr. and Mrs. BernieCarneal. i ,. boat, 3 1 12 h.p. Wiscon-
k I .. WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION
: Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. A. A. MEETS ON THURSDAY Air-cooled motor.
sin
Cartoon News Munroe and Mrs. Frances Meredith Mrs. Williams is the daughter of '

"- were visitors in West Palm Beach I Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Mizelle of Moore The Woman's Association of the I $125.J S. J. Strickland, I

Tucr.P": V.Tcd, August 14 & 15 Thursday. I Haven. She graduated'from the Clewiston Community Church met I
, Moore Haven High School in the 'Moore Haven. .
(Double Feature) for the regular monthly meeting at ,
Howard Lord and
'Spence Hurtz-
I class of 1937 nnd has been associated ,
'
, ", -;MM lOUISEALLBRITTOK hI berger: who are stationed at the ''with the Clewiston Beauty Shop --- ---

,.' Navy base 'at Fort Pierce, spent the for many years. ,1\11'. Williams is- the ,

'.. week-end here visiting friends. I' son, of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Williams 4

He has been employed by the McDonald -
I Charles B. Owens, who is stationrd flllDI: YOUR STORE
Engineering Company here \
in the Bahamas, spent this week JDUU
for the past two Mr. and N/ THAT'S
years.
EDWARD EVERETT HORTON ERIC 8tORE' here visiting his mother, Mrs.. RuthB. ./ y;
Mrs. Williams left Clewiston
BOSUIIUTQN FLORENCE LANE IBEXEIT1V Owens. Wed-
nesday for Milwaukee, Wisconsin, : ( UHUm 1
"MUMMY'S GHOST" A group which included Mr. and where they will visit the elder Wil- ; l t

with Lon Chaney Mrs. R. L. Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. liams before returning to West Palm

.T. D. Leftwich, R. V. Walker and Beach, where they will make their / .. e /i' W# I
Floyd Wheeler enjoyed home.
Tr-ais. & Fri., August 16 & 17 a fishing trip
off the coast of Palm Beach Sunda}'.
I I Easy Terms on Purchases of $10 or More. j J
: EDGAR BURROUGHS' '
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Veltri and Garrison-Brown
I
I daughter, Frankie Diane and R.

I J GSD Veltri, who is visiting them from Miss Joy Ann Brown of Clewiston
P Fort
Across FromPostoffice I Myers
CDS .i Nashville, Tenu.., spent the weekend and John G, Garrison, AMM: 1/c 0 ,
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at Juno Beach. USNR, of Idaho were married Wednesday Florida
Johnny WEISSMULLER
.'- '- afternoon at, 3:00: p. m., at .
BrencUJOYCEjohnnySHEFFIELD Sgt. Joe. Lombsrdi, Sgt. Edward I the home of the bride's mother, Mrs.
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Cartoon .- News Hansen and Sgt. ,S.. K. Royce spent A. J. Gillis. Rev. David C. Hancock -

3I,I the week-end visiting friends In officiated at the ceremony.

: Saturday, August 18 Clewiston.Buckingham Field They,,are Fort stationed Myers. at pink The afternoon bride was dress.attired Her in a pastel acces- 11 rulrnmrnmoo! l! hIICI! hn h!hilllll! rn OOOOlllrnll! III II lmlimlmmlmOOmm! lilll 1II ilI!mmOO! mml!! III ''lllIlhll! !INihtiliai! mIrJillim 9! m F'llh' !J1I1;9 9r1 ,

I sories were white and she wore a "

l "I Jack McConkey, formerly of Riddle shoulder corsage of pink. and white .

\ f y Field and now connected, with rosebuds. Immediately" following thee r1 oAn .

, Eastern Air Lines in Miami was th ceremony the young couple left for oAppealFor . .
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ruettover Miami. They left there by train the

H e t the week-end. following day for Bremerton, Wash- .. =-

f ington, where they will spend their

S --- i Mrs. joe Ford of Boston, Mass., honeymoon. Mr. Gillis has just returned L paid volunteers to join the .Fire Department : '

1 New Serial i has joined Mr. Ford here. He is as- from the European theatre of

I" / "ZOI (O'g 1MJ\CK WHIP" i i sociated with General Electric and is I war, where he saw service in Italy 1S of the City of Clewiston. An or- '

: I here in connection with the new and Africa: ,

- I // starch factory. i ganization is to be formed and a charter and

__ FRANCIS-WYLIE PARTY

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?... Mary Cathenne' Francis and Ron =
\ ;; nie Wylie celebrated their birthdays
\ i FOR SALE _! with a joint party Friday afternoon Ii'; I

.?. at the Community Center. Mary 'Those who are interested in joining

a I .:. ./ :_: Francis was celebrating her sixth

rI';\ J :: NEW HOUSE COMPLETELY :.i.;: birthday which and will Ronnie be' on his Sunday fourth, August, bothof !' 1 such organization are asked to contact :: !

..: I :1 *, ._. .12. Ice cream and cup cakes were @

x I served and favors of bubble pipes THE CITY HALL -
\ FURNISHED PRICED
RIGHT
5 l. ? were given to the children as mementoes .
: i1f. ;;:;:;;:;
-' ;; of the occasion. S '
,''I I I i I S ..' .y The combined" invitation list included for full information.
: ', .i: 405 W. Crescent D
II' r. ::: Martha Jean Nowling, La- = =
:.", I :::I. 'i' mar 1 icLend')n, Martha Christine '= ==

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Around and Around \

V /, # 1lJ.7That's HKHftlif

It was plain to see the doctor

was puzzled. R 0DR i'

"You ought to be getting well by
It! now," he said to his patient. "Are W_ EA 1 W Since the heat is most even in Boiling: in soda will remove \

First 0U Maid-I hate to thipk of my sure that you have carried the center of the average oven, grease and dirt from agate ware.
you that is the best place for a cake
youth.Second out all of my instructions to the -.-
Old Maid-Why, what hap while it is baking.
letter? TRUMAN COMMITTEE For the best
pened? -.- possible fit in making .
First OW Maid Nothing. "Well, doctor," said the patient, CARRIES ON Successful slipcovers, cut each section of
with some hesitancy, "I've done I cleaning depends the cover on the grain of the material -
Senators of West Virginia
Kilgore chiefly on taking a little extra
care
Coward most of them, but I can't take the .
(Dem.) and Brewster of Maine -on cloths
Shine using clean and plentyof .
Shoeshine Boy your two-mile walk every morning as -
(Rep.) had interesting experi- clean
shoes so's you can see your face you ordered. I get dizzy long be- ence while an conditions in water. .- So that you can see what is on
probing -
in 'em, mister? fore the two miles are up." the back row of each canned-goods r_
Germany for the Mead committee, To lengthen the life of ,
Man-No! "What do you mean 'dizzy'?" formerly the Truman committee. I baby's shelf, have fitted in stair-step
don't blame rubber panties wash them in shelves that raise
Boy-I you. asked the doctor. Calling at of Lt. each row of jars
the headquarters
thick, mild suds, rinse well and about two inches
higher than the
People who paint the town red "Well, sir," said the patient, "I I Gen. Alexander M. Patch, they were dust them with talcum powder. previous one. The number of '

usually have a brush with the must have 'forgotten to tell you- received courteously by the general This should be done each time depends steps
the
width and
upon heightof
himself with them for
keeper. who
cops. I'm a lighthouse talked they are taken off. the original shelves.
ten minutes, then went off to keepan 1

appointment.The I

two senators then proceededwith Happy the Duck and Herr

'GRANDPA N'lW'( their usual ,investigation. Set- Ducklings

tling down in one of the U. S. mili- Are Useful Birds About the House [

tary offices, they called in witnesses, "
'SPRY iJt'S; J( 'col r'I I I AkEs1o77DRI and cross-examined them with a

l S stenographer taking down everything By Ruth Wyeth Spearscolor

I -thanks to this c that was said. CUT-OUT5 FOR WAILS OR LAWN guide for .cutting, painting stencil-
!9 k ORNAMENTS ing or using for applique work. Complete
i 'ah'tvERGY TONIC This continued- for nearly three lfr directions and dimensions for making the

hours. Unlike most visitors, Senators wheelbarrow shown in this sketch are also
Older peoplel! If haven't the
stamina you should you because your Kilgore and Brewster seemed included with pattern. The number Is 258
summer diet lacks the natural intent on really finding out what and price is 15 cents which Includes cost

A&D, natural Vitamins oils and you energybuilding need-you'lJ SNAPPY FACTS was happening in that part of occu- v R +tiI and mailing. Address:

t!find good-tasting Scott's Emulsion pied Germany. Finally, Gen. Ar-
\ helps tone up the system build aIH thur White, chief of staff to General .R MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
I stamina energy and resistance.See Bedford Hills New York
a wonderful difference-buy Patch, appeared nervously in the
Scott'a at your druggist's today! RUBBER I L-AL background. sIP Drawer 10
Enclose 15 cents for Pattern No. 251.
'*i J "Gentlemen," he said, "ahem .

SCOTTS EMULSION this procedure it's a little un Name. -

yfEVV R>Xdtf r xp.H I c usual. I'm not sure that we can fOR Address

permit you to continue." C ILD'S QUILT R R SIDES
Tires/ which were Introduced to the APPLIQUES ( OF WHEELBARROW

public eighteen months before Pearl "It's the same procedure
Harbor to waken the nation to the we've followed is a most versatile bird.
always replied ,
HAPPY ,' : : .
mh 1Uo/r" t in 1i'i'. '%
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&
necessity of mass production of Senator Brewster. is a little over 13 inches i"h" 1' M A K E f $?4l{ti '

synthetic rubber,were created after "Yes," continued Kilgore, high and her ducklings are. about r 5L" ;
had fourteen years of Intensive researchIn 8 inches ,high. You may cut her
"it's the followed -
synthetic rubber by B.F.Goodrlch.The same procedure and the babies out of scraps of ICE CREAM
by this committee under
former wood for toys, weather vanes or
Japs are reported to Chairman Truman. At home-Any flavor Delicious Smooth
to add an amusing touch to your -
have reversed the process for: "You probably recall him," -No !ice crystals-No cooking-No re
lawn or garden. Happy and the whipping-No scorched flavor-Easy-*
making rubber out of oil and
added Brewster, "he's now ducklings also' make a jolly wall Inexpensive recipes in each 154 pkg. r
are' making gasoline and oil President of the United States." Please send this ad for free full-size sam
.rFSo out of natural rubber. decoration for kitchen, bathroomor ple offer,or buy from your grocer. .l,
WATCH OUT Next day General Patch him- children's room.

One of the largest tire repair shops self 'invited the two senators to Anyone who likes needlework will immediately LOnUOnUERRYBrand !

The medical profession knows that overseas- operated by the Ord. dine'with him at the villa'which see the possibilities for a ,
though a person may be cured of com- quick and effective applique design fora Homemade Ice CreamSTABILIZER
nonce Tire Repair Company In he had taken over from a Ger-
mon malaria they may have it comeback child's quilt with white or yellow ducks
on them. So, if you' are once more Italy, turns out 534 repaired and man princess. splashing on a blue background, bright

back feeling and tired legs,,run feel down weak,and have billipm pains, no in I recapped tires per day.HAiRTONIC25. orange bills and feet and a flowered bor- L.LONDON DERRY-835 HOWARD,SAN FRANCISCO 3.CALl?.
appetite and nervous-though chills and der all around the pond.
fever haven't,struck you yet and you JUDICIAL EXIT, *
have common malaria-it doesn't pay to NOTE-Mrs. Spears has prepared an
dine.- ryB.EGo0 There was a day when everyonein actual-size pattern of this gay duck and
and around the Roosevelt admin- her ducklings with full directions and
give you iron to help creation of red
blood cells. If the first bottle doesn't istration wanted to be a judge. This
satisfy yon your money will be returned. ambition was largely precipitatedby
Oxidine has been used for over 50 years. ..)
U. S. Free Port
Get a bottle today at your drug store. the Supreme court fight and the Only

fact that the courts in those days had Did a Huge BusinessBefore

put several obstructive decisions

squarely across the path of the New
Deal. the war closed many of

them, about 50 cities in the eastern
drieh But now it is just the opposite. hemisphere maintained a free'

I I I There is a growing exit from the port, or a foreign trade zone, in
courts.
Judge Schwellenbach has
which goods from other countries
just resigned from the bench
to be
could be stored, processed, re- ; ,
secretary of labor. Judge Sherman and abroad
\ packaged reshipped
ANIMAL Minton is itching to get off the cir- 1
without the payment of import
1 ,tr cuit court of appeals in Chicago. .if F --
duties, says Collier's.Of ..
ANTISEPTIC OIL ;
And there will be four
soon vacan- WED THURS. FRI. SAT.
in the
the six free ports western -
cies on the court of appeals of the 7:15 a. m.(CWT): 8:15 a.m.(EWT)
hemisphere, the only one in SUNDAY
District of Columbia considered
I one the United States was com- 8:15 a.m.(CWT);9:15 a.ra.(EWT) p
: of the most important courts in the
TRY Your Favor// CBS Station \
pleted at Stapleton, Staten Island,
ROllNE country.
TmDON'T New York City, in 1937 and has
Judges Vinson and Thurman Ar-
,handled as much as $88,600,000
lvi nold have already made two vacancies worth of merchandise, in a single 1 I 1 1ttttetttt9l

I @! on this court. Two other va- year. :

cancies will occur when Chief Jus-

i, \l o Q -o Buy War Savings Bonds tice Duncan Groner and Judge Jus-

tin Miller *
resign. -- eats hits,1sn- -eSnap

I-o It may keep the White House busy ; '

I looking places for good men to take their Crackle, Pop, ..


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TAKE CHANCES rot MIIOI ICIES AID runs ir

I st,, RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO ITALIAN UNDERGROUNDIt

;With Cuts,Burns,Saddle Sores! is not often that anyone can geta

h first hand report on the results of
Infections work fast. ..on live-
psychological warfare direct from
stock as well as human
beings.
his own family in an enemy coun- o D
Keep peeled for'minor
your eye
'r try. However, Ugo Carusi, directorof
cuts, burns, saddle or collar 1
immigration and naturalization
galls',bruises and flesh wounds. ,
has had that experience.
Smart stockmen have relied for

years on soothing time-tested Large Bottloll( mil._)'12-Small Size 6OcCAITIOI Carusi came to this country as a Jf:1
Dr.Porter'sAntisepticOil : ISE OUT AS BISECTED* small boy from the marble quarriesof "The Grains Are Great Foods" 'dIuJ, ;
Keepit
IT III ODD DRCS STOW ir IT Hill n ritiift if,filciMcldl yqs
on hand for emergencies and HIS CO., Inc. JlCISOIIILlt 4, flOtlB northern Italy, went to work in I Kellogg's Rice Krisples equal the whole ripe ;'>;
use only as directed don't the marble quarries of Vermont, grain In nearly all the protective food'elements %::. ,: _

give Infection a chance!At your I and got to know Harlan F. Stone, declared essential to human nutrition. ?f -

druggist's. who brought him to the justice department > '
nos ter tares ,
of FlIES'JB'VtRNI6HT when Stone became attor- /

ney general under Coolidge.And r

during the war, Carusi has 1 P' '

r. been broadcasting to the Italian

people urging them to surrender.

LOWER WINDOW' With the end of the war, :'Carusi has ,
SHADES NEARLY TO
THE SILL. PLACETANGLEFOOT received letters from his relatives in ,

Italy telling how his broadcasts .
WONDERFUL
RELIEFFrom RY PAPER WHERE helped inspire the battle against the &, ,

EARLY MORNING Nazis. '
Bladder Irritations!

(LIGHT WmATTRACT "Ugo," wrote a cousin, "you can Heafs bad enough...but Humming:

Famous doctor's discovery acts on the TO ILWORKS FlIES really be proud of your relatives flies and buzzing mosquitoes can

kidneys to increase urine and relieve UKE here in Italy. From the oldest downto 2 make hot weather a horror I

painful bladder irritations caused A CHARM :: that little, charming young lady Spray these summertime pests

(Carusi's 10-year-old nieee) you 1 with Flit! This effective, pleasant
by excess acidity in the urine
I were always so happy to hold in your smelling insecticide kills the

There is no need now to suffer unnecessary lap while in Carrara, they have A' dread, germ-laden malaria mos
distress and discomfort 1P
from backa.
bladder irritation and run-down feeling he. proven themselves to be great patri- quitoes, as well as common
i
due to excess acidity in your urine- tako IAFooT ots. I f ', moths and flies. Buy an '
the famous doctor's discovery-DR. I ', !!
ample supply of
KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT. For Swamp "One of your cousins, the brotherof
Root acts fast on the kidneys to increase Flit, today r
It'* the old reliable that Enrico the colonel who leda
t the flow of urine and relievo excess acidity. never fails., was
Originally discovered by a well-known Economical, not rationed For taU ati Partigiani band in the capture of I

physician blended combination Swamp Root of 16 Is herbs a carefully roots,: hardware, drug and grocery itorei. Carrara from the Germans last No /

vegetables, balsams and other natural In- CATCHES THE GERM AS WELL AS THE ILT vember. From that time on, the l

gredients. It'. not harsh or habit-forming Partigiani controlled all the public ..
in any way-just good that
ingredients KILLS FLIES MOTHS
,
/ ,,,,
help you feel worlds better fast offices in the town. The caves with ,
Send for free prepaid sample TODAY! AND MOSQUITOES
which
familiar
Like thousands of others you'll be glad you are were usedto ,. a Copr.19AS,85roaolawrponted .c
that you did. Send name and address to good advantage by the Partigiani,
Department E, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box and the Nazis refrained from r*.
,
Stamford,
1255 Conn. Offer limited. Send
at once,AU druggists cell Swamp Root. 1 THE TANGLEFOOT COMPANY Grand Rapid,4.MA. entering the city."




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11 .1 FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1945 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE SEVENATOMIC
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I no results to reveal.: bomb, which draws its energy from excess profits tax-Return due and 1 counting periods ended March 15,
BOMB IS I Gigantic Blast the same sources as the sun, had one-fourth of tax payable for fiscal' 1945.
more than 20,000 tons of ended May 31 1945. One-
Secretary of War' Stimson followed power year August 31: Excise Taxes.- Re-
;t I that the TNT, itself a tremendously powerful fourth of tax payable for fiscal '
through with a report turns for
July. 1945, due ano> tax
UNITED STATES I' blast stirred a cloud of smoke and explosive. Since one B-29 ordinarilycan years ended August 31 and Novem- payable.
dust so, impenetrable as to make deliver about 10 tons of bombsto ber 30, 1944, and February 28, 1945. --
immediate, accuratg observation of a target that means that 2,000 Personal. Income Tax Returnsdue
WEAPONUnleashed I I Fruit
SECRET Juices
results impossible. The power of Superfortresses would be required to and tax payable for fiscal year Are

I the bomb, Stimson said, is such as, accomplish with TNT the destruction ended May 31, 1945. Now Point Free
I: to "stagger the imagination" and 'I that one plane with one of these Nonresidents Income returnsof
against the enemy for : he asserted it would "prove a tre-I' new bombs can achieve.Replacement I aliens, foreign partnerships and
the first time Monday, the atomic mendous aid" in shortening, the corporations due and one-fourth of Effective last Monday, canned tomato -
,bomb, the most terrific destructive I Japanese war.Stimson's Training tax payable 'for fiscal year ended.I juice, mixed vegetable Juice
.force ever used by man rocked the emphasis on this point I j February 28, 1945. One-fourth of: and blends of grapefruit and orange
I island empire providing a threat of I renewed speculation all over againas Center At Blanding tax payable fo rfiscal years ended : juice became point free. Straight
,utter desolation to Japan unless to whether Japan may be com- May 31, August 31 and November orange juice has not been on the
r capitulation may be forthcoming I pletely crushed by ,air attack with- Celebrates Third Year 30, 1945. I ration list for several weeks past.
.quickly. out invasion.Mr. -- Partnerships-Return duefor fis-' The action was recommended by
Monday' CAMP BLANDING, Fla., Aug. 8,- Secretary of Agriculture Clinton
President Truman said Truman noted that the Japa- cal year ended May 31, 1945.
that the first atomic bomb, invented I] nese rejected the big 3 surrender The Infantry Replacement Training Anderson and accepted by Price Ad-
.and perfected in the United States, ultimatum from Potsdam, and that Center here celebrates the beginningof Fiduciaries-Returns due and one- ministrator Cheater Bowles. the an-
its third of existance fourth of tax payable for fiscal year
today. nouncement
the intended the year read.
had been dropped on Japanese this had been to spare
Starting with 32 ,companies at the ended May 31, 1945. One-fourth of
army base of Hiroshima 16 hours Japanese people from "utter de
bomb alone carried said, with the time of its activation on August 4, tax payable for fiscal years ended
before. That one struction. Now, he ,The new vacation magazine,
August 31 and November 30, 1944, I
& wallop more violent than 2,000 new bomb, the Japanese "may expect 1943, under the command of Maj. 'which will be introduced by Curtis
B-29 Superfortresses? normally could I a rain of ruin from the air, General E. W. Fales, it has grownto and February 28,' 1945. Publishing company after the war: '
,hand an enemy city using old, type the like of which has never been its present size of 232 companies, Exempt Corporations .- Informa- will be called Holiday.
'TNT bombs. seen on this earth." the largest Center of its kind in the tion return on form 990 due from I

And bombs Of. this type are onlya Heralds Quick VictoryThe nation. I certain exempt corporations: with ac-I BUY MORE BONDS TODAY!

beginning. Mr. Truman said that announcement heralded ah Trainloads of equipment rolled in ------_.-
while these are' 'now in production"even Anglo-American victory at a cost daily, hundreds of cadremen arriv-
more powerful forms are In of $2,000,000,000 in one of the grim- ed from all sections of the country,
development." and facilities ,of the post were con-
mest battles of the war-the battleof '
First Blinding Test the laboratoriesto unlock the verted for the use of the budding EXPERT
, Initial reports on the dreadful I secrets of the atom and yoke its installation, back in those hectic
t' power of the atomic explosive came energies to military use. The Ger- days late in 1943.

:from Los Alamos, N. M., where 'it I mans were striving desperately to Six'regiments were activated on
was tested July 16. A steel, tower I win this highly secret contest in the August 31, 1943, five more were Lawn Mower
bolding the test model was vaporized closing months, of the European added later. Training actually
when 'it went off. A great crater struggle. started September 27, 1943, with a
.a 'was torn in the earth. Windows Scientists agreed that a new epochin few companies in the field.
rattled 250 miles ,away and forest both war and 'peace is probablyat Thousands of Infantry replace-
rangers 150 miles off thought there hand. Although ,much experimenting ments- riflemen, heavy weaponsmen Sharpening Repairs

had been an earthquake. A brilliant remains to be done, this cannon men, anti-tank gun- ..
light flamed over the whole land newly controlled energy can doubt- ners, communications men, chauf- I
scape. less also be used to drive rockets, feurs, motor mechanics, clerks,
Something like that is believed to planes, ships and trains for construc- cooks, pioneers and armorer-artifi At
have happened at Hiroshima, thoughin I tive as well as destructive purposes. cers-who trained here during the
his statement the president had President Truman said the new past two years, left long hours of '
tough, but important training be-
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battlefronts of the world.

\. These Blanding-trained men
' weathered all the storm and fury the Ford Sales and Service
;; : Of enemy had to offer at Anzio and I

Salerno; swarmed ashore on the, I PHONE 93 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
beaches; of Normandy on D-Day;
Genuine Chevrolet Parts marched' through,, Paris and crpssedthe ...
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:
,. ,' .- Rhine; fought: in, the' decidingbattles .:..:..!..I"I"J..J..M..I NNNNN. :NNNN. I Nw. :.1NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN. . . . . . . . :A. .
of the ,,war'against Germany;; t .' d
Available blasted their way through the ::: ,t t
Now 7
Philippines campaign; gave the. .i. ;" ;
bloodthirsty enemy a sound lacing ,. ': .:.
''o.n, Okinawa and at this very moment .s' ,.: Let U. H .f.
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are marking time. for, the. final blow, .l.l S'
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:. Service For All Makes i I against More Japan.and newly-trained It .} ..
more
Headquarters expert '

this Infantry Infantrymen Replacement continue Training to leave i Supply: l You With : ': -i in


r,. Center to take their places' in the :!: ,. ,.. ... ..",- _._n '- --- t
CARS And TRUCKS battle against; Japan ,'.. .
: ': ': .
:s: :':!: f :
i Paper Boxed Kits. .s, .
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S. 'f .

WASHING and GREASING AAA REPRESENTATIVES Make Water Safe For V /,:. \ WINDOW CARDS I :? ,

Pacific Fighters ::: -:: ;' ,' .' ::1.

: : CHRISTIAN CHEVROLET ;*i; ;.i. ,;, RULED. FORMS' ',' \ ""J." .< 1'

Kits for the testing and purifica- ::: <.. : :

tion of drinking water, boxed in :_:: ;::, *?; LETTERHEADS" :
PHONE 87 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, paperboard made from waste paper, ,. .', : .
t.i.
.i. ,
accompanying our fighting men
'V
':")+:":":":":":":":":": :":": :":":":":":":":":":"r:":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :. everywhere they go in the Pacific :s: V'V: ,;.. ENVELOPES ::s
This is one more of the little known ,f. I.J j, .+.:

but vital uses for waste paper pro- ,,-, BILLHEADS t' .ii.
ducts. I' ,,' ': .
Each kit consists of one hundred .: .:.
'
BulbsFOR vials of calcium hypochlorite fitted : HANDBILLS : .> :: ;
p7: Easter Lily into protective flutes ,of corrugated J. ...r ;.": ,:..
i : ?
board. This chemical purifies!; the :_:: \ :
.. water. The kit also contains two f v,__,' ';', .' ',' TICKETS .V-VV ,

: PLANTING tubes of oitholidine tablets, enoughto :!: .:;v; .'...'" : i ,: ', .., .. :}
.. .
y. test all the water each kit can : "" -:' ,1" i?;: .t'i
Inspected and Certified by State Plant Board of Florida purify, and a plastic tube in which :i: 1;>-*:;. ', ETC :::

For Sale and Shipment water can be tested to .make certainit :
is safe to drink. t'a' low ;
:'
;'; The Only Way to Sure Profits is, to Plant Here is how the test is made. After ,:. price surprisingly. f,
the calcium ''hypochlorite has been '
added to water, a sample of the wa- Vt
CERTIFIED BULBS
ter is placed in the test tube on ?
which is a yellow lacquer band. When x .;
Prices According to Quantity Ordered an ortholidine tablet is placed in the r :
t Write for Quotations water it acts as a chemical'reagent, b Y
producing an intense yellowgreencolor
in the presence of the chlorine .j:
MRS. ALBERT DEVANE
liberated by the hypochlorite solu- Quality Printing
tion. When the water
: matches the
Z LAKE PLACID, FLORIDA
color of the band of color on the
t tube, the G. I. knows it is safe to :: :;.
drink. The tube containing the k .
I -- 1 ortholidine tablets has on it full directions y'v y
for making the test.
.
y

} : Flamingo Brand kit The is packaged paperboard affords box in full which protec-the : LET US ESTIMATE ON :=:::=

.
tion against breakage in transit, andit

is so compact that it conserves -YOUR NEXT ORDER ': i
vital shipping space and may be .i. .. '1
' DAIRY FEED carried by the G. I. in a pocket or .t. 'i'.s. I
, : musette bag. .. 's' .
In the Pacific all water must be A 1- Y

fJ; # Roughage Concentrated Feeds tested spread and of purified water-borne to prevent infectionsthat the _: PHONE 39 V ::k ki

,,
I can produce casualties 'as effec- t-

: Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users tive for the enemy. as machine gun :i: OUR REPRESENTATIVE ,, :_:

, I bullets. .::. -" ..s,.
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g FOR SALE IN THIS AREA MOORE AT HAVEN DEHYDRATING PLANT IN I Calendar A: ,' .'?.V
.
.. (John H. Maloy, Jr., Federal Tax
l Consultant, Contributing ,Editor) f V THE CLEWISTON NEWS. V ;i iy
WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) August 10: Withholding tax =
Tax withheld from during
wages
,i
; 'i 1 MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA July 1945 if more than $100.00, ,
payable to an authorized depositary. 9It Y
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PAGE EIGHT THE CLEWISTOX: NEWS Fli.DAY, AUGUST 10, .1915
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Constable Gets NegroIn In prayer. A reading, "Do It Now," NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS :: and of Public Superintendent for the election of three Commissioners -
Instruction.
Mis. W. A. Montgomery AND to serve on the City Commission
given by
was
,Am '> iMi-vT: run umrniMTuui Attest: : of the City of Clewiston, Florida.
:
Clewiston MondayMoore "Passion In Friendship" was Bert D. Keck, Architect, The two candidates
receiving the
given by Mrs. G. F. Serson. Mis. M. : AND t'QUII'MENI': Aug.Stuart.3-10._ Florida. .<, greatest number of votes shall be
C. Doke 'read "The Keys To The roiiSCHOOL : i deemed elected for four year terms
( Haven Democrat) BUILDINGTLOHIDA : II I and the candidate receiving the next
I, Car(." "Friends" .was delivered by NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAIUNG greatest number of votes shall be
Constable W C. Farabee chased Mrs. R. H. Crawford and "A Few : LEWISTQX: i deemed elected for a term of two years.
( --- i The candidates who
ii have qualifiedare
three negroes to Clewiston Monday New Teeth" was given by Mrs. H. Project Flu. 8-343 N J JI i
1015 Monday; August 13, ia43, at 4:00: P. :
here, August 3
in the
quarters
after a fight J. Roath. The favorite scripture'verses i I M., United States Eastern War Time, I II. Y. Patterson
found one of them, John Buford, and of each member was read. I is fixed as the date and time ,when, and MalcolmV. Bigg
I I Sealed proposals and/or bids will be' the City; Hall in the City of Clewiston I W. C. OwenC.
other
arrest but the
placed him under Mrs A. R. Broadfoot closed with a received by: the Board" of Public Instruction is designated as the place where the I Ii A. Thomas ,
two sUpped through his fingers. I Hendry County Florida. ati| City i Commission shall hold a public1meeting and three of the candidates are to be
prayer.A
the were the office of the Board in the Court for the purpose of elected.
of
All three negroes consider-I
short business meeting was then I II House Building: at LaBelle, Florida,/ lug and acting upon the assessment The election will be held in the Com-
working on the ACL work train here, I held and the minutes of the last I II j until two o'clock p. m. Eastern War roil of acting as 'a Board of Equalization munity Center room in the City Hall
Buford being the cook. The train I and Mrs.i! Time, August 15, 1945, for Furniture I of hearing complaints and receiving -\ Building Clewiston :Florida.
i meeting read approved. | and Equipment for a school building) testimony as to the value of The polls will be open at eight o'-
pulled out the first of the week and W. A. Montgomery, Mrs. Fred Topper -] at Clewiston Florida, more fully de- any property, real or personal, as clock A. M. and will close at seven
the workmen were putting on a last scribed in the specifications and draw- ; ed by the Tax Assessor, and o'clock I'. M., Eastern.War Time.
and Mrs. Arch Hodges were ap I[ ings, prepared by Bert D. Keck, Archi- ing, reviewing and equalizing the, flx'I'I The followingelection officials are
fling before leaving.' Buford put up pointed to serve on the nominating tect, Stuart Florida, for the Board 'of tax assessment. '. appointed to conduct the election
a cash bond and was released. Mrs. Public Instruction, Hendry County,] This notice dated this 3rd I Judson V.. Francis, Clerk
the coming
committee for year. / Florida i i August, 1945. I! Mrs. R. M. Hare Jr., Inspector
Broadrick closed the ,meeting with All applications for plans and spec- MALCOLM W. BIGG, I Mrs. W. L. Lott, Inspector.
L. Rogers- a pra'er.Refreshments. I ficatlons shall be accompanied by a| 'Clerk, City Commission, I Tho following 'alternate 'election officials '
Dwight check of deposit, payable to Bert D. City of Clewiston. are appointed to'serve in their
I of chicken salad, Keck, Architect, in the sum of $10.00as Aug. 3-10 II place and stead, if necessary:
--- tea served.' a guarantee for the return of the| Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw Clerk.
saltines
and
iced were | bid has Mrs. G. H.
(Continued from tfage 1) plans and documents. After I Small Inspector
member of the Aviation I The Baptist quartet, composed of Joe been submitted, this deposit will be I NOTICE OF ELECTIOX Mrs Charles M.' Pirkle, Inspector
hated as a Elder Charlie Curtner, Earl Peters refunded upon return of said plans, By order of the City Commission of
Committee to go to. Europe officially and documents in good condition ) General I the City of Clewiston. ..
to study and report to Congress and C. M. Giddens, entertained the In two days after receipt of with-I held municipal election will be E. E. KELLY, Mayor.
on Tuesday, September, 1945 Aug. 3, 10
17
class with some specially selected There will be one office copy of .24, 31.
on aviation develolllent.and? plans and specifications on file in the I) -------- .
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the future of air transportation.This .I I! songs.Members present were: Mrs.: Broa office, and of one the In Board the office of Public of the Instruction Archi-1-,I ->O+:... :..:..:..*:..:..:.:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:__:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..: :.. ..:..:-.:. ..........>
assignment is ,a rare one for a -I tcct, where plans may be viewed, byi i
freshman congressman. He urges foot, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. Topper \ prospective bidders, but' such plans !I .
I Mrs. H. E. Walker, Mrs. Serson, 1\Irs.1.! shall not be taken out. ',
of the district
that the (people
Doke Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. Roath, I Plans or bidding shall be arranged'for AVOCADOESPOLLOCKS
him in Washington and the II !
write to by notifying; the Architect or
I
I Mrs. H. King, Mrs., Hodges, Mrs. ,
assures his constituents that ,his of- A. Superintendent of Public Instruction. j!
Earl Peters, Mrs. Montgomery and I Each bid shall be accompanied bit:
fice will do all possible to assist I certified check. Cashier's check, or Bid!|
them 'with their problems. I Mrs. Broadfoot. I Bond equal to 5 per cent of the base .
-.- -:-- bid thereon payable to the Bo: rd of and OTHER VARIETIES
I Public Instruction, Hendrv County !I
DALE PERRY ENTERTAINS Florida, conditioned that the bidder Ii '
RUTH CLASS MEETS WITH I WITH THEATRE PARTY r will enter into written contract in accordance |i ;.., READY FOR SHIPMENT
MRS. GIDDEXS FRIDAY ''I with his hid, if accepted, and I ', '
I ': give a full performance bond in amountof : *\
I j Dale Perry: was host to a numberof 100 per cent of hid or proposal, I ..c STANDARD LUGS .,
The Ruth Class of the First Bap- I I I No bid may; he withdrawn after the
tist Church met at the home of his friends Monday afternoon ata schedule time for receipt of bids for' a i
theatre party celebrating, his sixth period of thirty days. j I MAIL OR EXPRESS f
Mrs C. M. Giddens Friday night for : The Board reserves the right to re-
their regular monthly business and birthday anniversary. i i iI I f|: ject any or all bids and to waive all informalities -
I Following the matinee'refresh- or' Irregularities, if to its
program meeting.Mrs. advantage to do so. I
ments of ice cream and cake were
W. R. Broadrick, class presi- The.eardsley Farm'
served to Wayne and Gary Brinton,I BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, '
dent, had charge of the program and HENDRY COUNTY, LABELLE.FLORIDA. .
Eddie and Tommy Musgrave, Betty I
chose as her theme "Friendship.
Ann Sellers, Terry Denham, Warren -
The meeting opened with the en- I By E. M. Cornette (SEAL) I Phone 66
Brown, Ronnie and Butch Taylor | Chairman. or 27R2 _
tire class singing "What A Friend
Linda and Jane Lee, Wayne Bishop I
We Have in Jesus." Mrs., Fred I By C. E. Weaver, SEAL
Topper gave the, devotional, and led Barbara Jean and Norma Perry. i!I|j Secretary; to Board ( ) .:..:..:...:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:.<..X..XK..X..X..X"X...X..X..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:_:..:..:. .

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Many Cattle Penned .' f
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Near Palmdale ''Are .. .. 1' f' '\ "1pi.:#l..W .... ,.;; ':-'":-' : .



Found Several Dying hundred head of cattle. ; ; 14 Tra ij l ihes days is .,f ,:\:: .


penned UP'' in a rather small enclosure ::: ,

': near Palmdale in June, apparently ; ; :,:IF-: ,-' :::v..<<.. .,..,. ....': .' :;',j.
by accident, were not discov-, -: ,J1l -'f' __",.v. '; c' a:I ,:.o.'''''' "',, ,


noticed ered until the fliers mass from of cattle Riddle milling Field i I''''i 1ft nothing to abou.t! :

and reported it on their return to sing < .

the field. .. .. : (
The field got in touch with J. W. .A .

Crum, manager of Lykes Bros., cat- lIf. f t r: : : ; .
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tle interests in Glades but : : ;' ; ,
Mr.: Crum knew that he county had riders -. .; ::, ; ,. ', : ; : *>! :. : .

in the area and felt that nothingwas rfr.: 7r If you're planning a little pleasure trip better think .. ;> P : ; c, ;: >;, : > .' ::;;

amiss. A few days later, how- I' a It ,over and stay home! It's no fun to stand on : "'\". .'
ever, the same fliers flew over the 9* ', t\ : }(

spot and noticed thousands of buz- .'; &::: your I feet for hundreds of weary miles! .. : :
EQRH1at _: :<
_
"
&T
zards \1 .
the and
hovering
over area '' : '' U(\p\\\ .I' "':':':
again reported it their return. ",' '
on :. Coaches are jammed diner schedules subject to :
:Jlr. Crum then went to investigateand s '. ':

found that the cattle had been /. y. sudden change and' over half of all pullmans are .. ; : :' }

penned in the small area, had ex- : constantly in use for the military. "(( .' :.' .i}.' } t
> ;
hausted all the grass in,a very short :.. .., : arry: .h-o,
," ce .
,. ,'
-1
.
back _
time, and more than fifty head were 0" .
Now and for months to come .. millions of i
found dead from starvation.It troops .. to ':
Ole .
is' probable Mr. Crum reports, i must be carried across.the country'for redeploymentin -'. y : .;

that more of the cattle will die as a rgillllyJ) .. ::

result of the long period of starva- the Pacific;'w Thousands of newly arrived ,sick : ";.'.(.;';', : '. /. )

tion. Riders the area had when apparently making overlooked their- ... and wounded. must be transported without delay to : \ .( ;::_ : '1 :

rounds. military hospitals all over America. They will require ::; y \1\'tI\\" -.: :;

.
-',: every available seat every inch of train ace.. f' '\ 7" -'; 1
\\t'it
and they havq earned it! t \ .:' .
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s &I, \t ,: <- ,:
: "" Americas railroads .
I I are doing a magnificent job ...:

despite the heaviest passenger and freight loads in ,' )

,. .r history and they're doing it with only two-thirds of HI WANNA GO BACK .., Mr
# '"
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CczIaJIdIt ",r the passenger cars and only half the locomotives TO MICHIGAN' s. :'<,

they had twenty years ago! '
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1 iG / So stay home and take a load off your 111'0 A/aha. '


feet and off the railroads unless your trip is "

absolutely necessary! I I B DUnd"






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ESTABLISHED 1915 '

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