The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 24, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:01062
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I; :FACULTY SHORT AS I REFUNDING PLAN IS Last Course GraduatingClass 24 Will Be Riddle Field Closing Is- -.

, OPENING OF SCHOOL I COMPLETE FOR CITY I I At Riddle Set For September 8th .

' CERTIFICATES Tomorrow (Saturday) morning at .
TERM APPROACHESThe BOND ------------------- ------- --C:
I 11 o'clock the final wings parade I :

I will be held at Riddle Field for the Vacation Bible School I jI Last Wings Parade To

of, the closingof Revenue refunding bonds in the graduating cadets of Course 24. The j I
r announcement r' this field is to close on September 8th I i Will 'Start On Monday I Be Held SaturdayFor
Riddle Field' has created several amount of $166,000 were signed I
which will not permit the cadets of I
vacancies in the school faculty im I week, completing the plan under Course 24 '
Course 25 to finish their advanced
Clewiston and every effort is being which the city commission will save I, The Vacation Bible School sponsored I
p .
fill these vacancies before several thousand dollars In Interest flying course.It II I -
made to I'
is thought possible that pro by the First Baptist Church i r E. J. Smith, general manager ot "
the beginning of the school term, on outstanding electric and water '
I visions may be made for Course 25 will get underway on Monday with I Riddle-McKay Aero College announced
which will be held certificates. i
registration for system revenue
I and 26 to complete their flight train- full is II to the field personnel Tues
a program. Preparation Day :
on Friday, September 7. The original issue provided no
Ing in England after their return i I day at one o'clock the decision,of the
Quentin Evans, new principal of, callable feature and regardless of being held today and it is anticipat
home. i I Royal Air Force to suspend the training -
1 the school here from Moorefield, W. I the amount of money which went -
ed that boys and girls will be
many of pilots at the local field
Air Commodore E. D. H. Davies, i I i onSeptember'
Va., arrived in Clewiston last week into a sinking fund the bonds could j
I 1 Senior Air Staff, Officer of the RAF registered for the school. j 8.
E. M. CornetU be until due Thus
and is assisting not purchased ,
delegation in Washington will speak i I The school will begin at 8:30 each I The previous closing date of theI
Y '
school board chairman and the local the entire four per cent interest was :
to the graduating cadets and mar- morning except Saturday and will I I field had been announced for November
trustees in filling the vacancies. He payable until maturity.
tial music will be played by the close at 11:00 a. m. All boys and'I 6 but the early ending of the
asks that any qualified teacher in Under the new plan, worked out I
Air 'Field band from Buckingham war against Japan forced a changein
Army girls over the age of four years are
the community interested in teach-f by Sullivan, Nelson and Goss, West '
Field. plan. The earlier closing date !
invited to attend the
ing in the first four grades contact Palm Beach bond syndicate, new I providing
The listening out party was decided upon by Air Marshal
e TMr. Cornette at once. certificates are exchanged for the customary fourth birthday was observed on or
for the cadets this held '' Douglas Colyer, head of the Royal
of course
was before April 1 of this year. There
Mr. Evans has taught in two old. Thirty-two of these bonds bear
Thursday evening. will Air Force delegation in Washingtonwho
interest 4 cent 44 three be no intermediate departmentbut
schools at Mathlas and Romney, at per at
visited the field Monday for an
'W. Va., for the past fifteen years. and a half per cent and ninety at boys and girls of intermediateage

; He received his AB degree from | three per cent and have a callable may register in the junior de- inspection trip accompanied by Group
D Capt. A. M. Bentley, director of all :j
Sheppard State Teacher's College at j I feature which enables the bonds to NO REGISTRANT IS partment.
RAF training in the United States.
Sheppardstown, W. Va., in 1936. He ; be purchased at any time by the Registrations will close next Wednesday -
Wings parade ceremonies will be
: S completed ,his Masters degree in education payment of a small fee., The city August 29, and it is hoped
held Saturday August 25. for Course
at West Virginia'Univerity already has a substantial amount of KILLED IN ACTIONIN that as many as possible will be reg- ,
I 24, the last class 'to receive wings
in 1939 and since that time has done money in this sinking fund and by I istered before that time. I
,I at Riddle Field and possibly the last
considerable work on his Phd. at purchasing this many bonds, at once, There will be singing, stories, I
WORLD WAR 2 to get wings at any school in theI
the University of Wyoming. This will be able to effect a considerable memory work, all kinds of hand I United States. It is reported that ail

will be the first term he has taught; [saving. work and a good time is assured for British schools in ,this country will

; in Florida.Mr. The plan was worked out by the every child attending. The school ;s
in I close the same date.
Mrs. Rose Hoffman, clerk the
Evans will handle the coaching bond syndicate in a refunding plan open to children of all denomina-
Selective Service office, stated this prImary
The course which finished -
; duties until a coach is obtained which covered several drainage dis- I tions and those who do not attend

and asks that all boys interested in tricts on the south and east shoresof I week that a search of her records any Sunday School. training on the coming Saturday -

football report to the school on the Lake Okeechobee. I had disclosed no registrant of the will, it is understood, 4g0 ahead

r coming Monday evening at seven 0'- I Hendry County board as having been with advanced flight training for two

: clock. Daily practice will be start- killed in action in World War II I Dr. Allison Is .additional weeks the field is to remain -

ed possible. I W-C Lindsey To which ended last week.In I open but all ,primary instruc-
as soon as 'At
In addition to the four primary I Leave Riddle Field 'I making this statement Mrs. Speaker MeetingOf I tors are scheduled to be ,laid' off this

Hoffman said it was possible that week.
grade vacancies there are several Kiwanins ClubDr.

vacancies in the high school faculty. Within Few DaysWing there had been an oversight but, so I The field, located eight miles

|T. However agencies have been con- far as she could tell there had been west of Clewiston, was built in the

',' tacted and it is believed that these[ none killed from enemy action. One R. V. Allison, head of the I summer of 1940 by John P. Riddloof

'6.'. will be filled before the term open: CoinT'tK- .1 _JLindsey, was killed in an accident. State Experimental Station at Belle Miami and the first courses were

r, _4-FC. commauumC fficer of Riddle- i A few boys from the county have Glade and an authority on water brought in for training about the

nPark"lff. McKay Aero College since April of I I been fatalities but it is believed problems of the Everglades, was first of September of that year from

JL Wading Pool ,1944, has' e notified 'of his .that these were possibly registered guest speaker at the regular meet- Arcadia where RAF pilots were \

Is Now ,Open fer ,to a home base in trans-j: in some other county before coming ing of the Kiwanis Club at the Inn then being trained 'at Dorr and i iI

expects to :leave Clewiston here or enlisted before being.. required Wednesday evening.. Carlstrom Fields. Employment has

fo.' ." '" '- '-' t L j, '\ i'a:" '* T-V > shortly... .P,', ,t>- t'"j,_,:"'2*. '<,' very', to register. '"r >, 7 Dr. Allison spoke; ib'leflyon the been given-to, a-greatfmany people :.'..;
T'he City of' Clewiston has again In view of the closing\r of the fieldon I A total of, 995 white registrantsand great need for water control: in the In this area through' .lhe"" ,operation. -

1 made the wadi pool in the park well in all of of the field. -
I g' September, 8 another wing commander 873 colored registrants from the Everglades as as parts ,

;:, facing the Clewiston Inn available: will not, be assigned to the I county are still living. Twenty-one: South Florida. He discussed the

the children of the community. Although local field, Squadron Leader J. K. 'negroes and 17 whites have died legislative work done along this line

i' the pool has only been .opened Keates, AFC, remaining in charge since registering. There are now and the approval of funds for carrying Tire RationingTo

during the week, already some until the completion of the trainingprogram. only seven delinquents, one of them I on the work of water control, Be ContinuedFor r'a'

,. children have begun to abuse the I J white, on the county rolls. now awaiting only approval of the

, r privilege extended to them. The I I The above figures include all ,reg- I budget by the state committee. He Some Time

; City is unable to hire an attendant I Two Escape istrants from October 16, 1940, when said that the soil subsidence in the
't' ? to stay on duty'there at all times and I the first registration was held for Glades had been as high as five feet The local war price and rationing

, parents are requested to please impress in places and said this could be ;
Service BecauseOf compulsory military training more proved I board was notified this week that

-J upon their children ,the ,necessity !\ than a year before the United States j by looking at a marker which the rationing of tires, while there is i

c of helping to take care of the New Age LimitsDale I entered the war.IALLSTARS. I was put up near the South Bay some relaxation, will be continued
pool. Some of the children have at I
7-, T I church in 1914. Indefinitely despite the end of gasoline -
- '
j a grrat deal of trouble, managed to' The work of water conservation, rationing.
I'I'j C. Snodgrass and James .

, :.: obtain used in a wrench.regulating which the flow they have and Dykstra, Hendry County inductees TAKE 1ST he said, makes also for soil conser- Passenger automobiles will be '

who were sent to Camp Blanding on f vation through the elimination of subject to quota limitations and proofof +i
depth of water in the and
3 are
I August 13 for induction, were held oxidation and the prevention of fires.It tire necessity from a certified -
throwing refuse into the water. The! I
i City is going to some expense to'puriy I' up when the'news of the war ending GAME FROM USSC BY! will provide for adequate munici-' OPA inspector but there has been a '
pal water supplies in the communities -
came, and escaped induction becauseof relaxation of restrictions, in obtain-
t the water in the pool and it'
being over the new age limit of' along the East Coast, will provide ing a fifth tire as a spare for cars

Is week.changed In turn two it or is three requested times that a 1! twenty-six years which were established :,SHUTOUT SCORE 2-0 irrigation waters for agricuh used in occupational' driving, '"

,,1( 1 at once. A third inductee, tural lands adjacent to the lake Boards are permitted to issue up ,
the parents cooperate in ,
maintain helping to Joseph Martin Grainger of Felda, :I through ,control of Lake Okee- to five per cent of their quota of
a sanitary wading for '
the youngsters. pool was under the age and'was sworn In'' Gamble Blanks USSC With 1 Hit I chobee; will keep temperatures higher tires to cars not used in occupational ,i

I'for service. I on lands in the 'glades and will doa driving and not used for change of
-- Sid Crochet stepped up in the 4th j
great deal for the conservation of
I residence in hardship cases. This t

f Only Veterans Can Flier inning with one out and hit 'a blis-i wild life, particularly: water fowl in applies to A card holders who may',
UninjuredIn I tering single to right field to spoil a I the open 'glades.
If the case appears worthy to the
Get Federal Posts no hit game for "Proc" Gamble, in I
I Plane Crash j Guests at the meeting included F. board, obtain tires providing thereis
the first game of a three-game series'
L. Williamson, Pfc. Oliver Martinezand a sufficient quantity in the quota.
" Until further notice, the United I Near Jones between U. S. S. C. second half 1
CampAn Bruce Beardsley Tires may also be issued to house
champs, and an all-star team Thurs- : '
States Civil Service Commission will I i trailers if they are to be moved and

not receive any applications for employment day afternoon. immediate
unidentified RAF cadet as living quarters upon proof of
I' in the Federal service except | on a Having a perfect fielding team i Eastern ,Star Has need.
solo flight afternoon in
Tuesday a
from those veterans who have I behind him, Gamble allowed only one
The usual essential list and preference -
primary training plane from Riddle Picnic 'At Creek
the right to have examinations reopened Sugar Boy to reach first base and i list will be retained for use
Field, crashed in the lake bed
for them. I that was as far as he went. The.'
I Jones' Camp but escaped without 'in On Founder's Day I by the board for guidance until
The Commission has taken this I game pitched by Bobby Hare should ,
need for revision is
jury. The plane was said to have I ,
step, according to a statement issued I never be underrated, as, he kept the Quota limitations are still in force

r Monday, in order to make sure that been badly damaged. All-Stars in hand with four thinlyscattered I The Order of Eastern Star entertained I and no substantial change in tire j
I Searchers found the plane shortly .I the members of their families
any vacancies which develop in the hits. Baker was power of I quotas was given for August. There 'I

Federal service will be filled either before dark and immediately setout the day by collecting 2 of the stars as well as members of the Ma- I 'this time "
Is of knowing at
to learn the fate of the pilot. He sonic Lodge and their families at
by returning veterans or by persons : 4 hits.. I just how long it will be until tires
'I. found the bank of
was on the levee
who about to be a picnic held Sunday at Fisheating
are or have been The All-Stars collected their two will again be available in quantities ,
canal few hundred
a yards away Creek to observe Robert Morris Day,
separated from other positions In runs in the sixth, when Crochet rais- I for civilian use and rationing can be
the Federal Service. shaken somewhat but with no more the birthday of the founder of the
ed the gate and let one go throughhis
relaxed or taken off altogether.
serious injury, apparently, than '
:a' Eastern Star Order.
"The Federal
government as an legs, followed by a single by Hal- ------
employer," stated the Commission, number of mosquito bites. lock and wild throws by Weaver and Because of threatening weather I MUX'S:: (FELLOWSHIP UNION
'must set the example in providingthe I Hundtermark to let both runs in. the crowd was much smaller than TO MEET AUGUST 28TH "
members of the armed forces ; This put the All-Stars one up on the ; had been planned for but those attending -

who, are coming through our separation -I Sugar Co.Glades from Clewiston and Moore I The regular monthly meeting of '
' I' Girl Scout sponsoring the Men's Fellowship Union of the
'I centers today with the max- com- Haven enjoyed the occasion and hada
imum opportunities mittee and leaders of troops are I Clewiston Community Church will
possible for em- Picks AllStarsThe bountiful supply of food.
ployment. urged to attend an Important meet- League on Tuesday, August 28, beginning
During the afternoon some of the '
"Also, the Federal ing at 8:15 p. m., Monday night, at managers and executives of with dinner at S :00 p. m., at the
government is the Center. the* Glades Softball League met at group fished in the creek but had lit- I .
Community Community Center.Representative
determined not JO put Itself In a I thff home of Melvin Pape Tuesday tle luck because of the high water I
E. L. Stewart
position where it Is at I
discharging per this time.
evening to pick the dream team that I

sons in one part of the Federal servIce ficials, both in Washington. and in I is hoped to lick Sugar ,Company second Among those attending from be the speaker. I

4 and, at the same time, hiring the field, have been authorized to half champs, in the best 2 out Clewiston were Mr. and Mrs W. N. BIRTH ANNOUNCED
; j persons from the outside to fill similar lift the ban of I '
on receipt
applica of 3 game series. Martin and family, Mr. and Mrs. V.

positions in "another part of the tions. In certain occupational areas''I I The managers met with little dis- C. Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. Hiney Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Malcolm ,
r Federal Service.
such action will be taken very; agreement in the selection of two Anderson and daughter, Mr. and Hithcock announce the birth of a

Where the supply of returning promptly after the Commission'sfield i I players for each position to fill out Mrs. M. A. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. i I son, Kenneth Malcolm, Jr., born on

veterans and the'supply of persons officials have had the opportunity a squad 'that managers dream of Melvin Keen, Mr and Mis. N. V. S. Wednesday, August 22, at the Clew-

i involved in reductions in force in the of appraising the situationwhich having for a team. Mumford, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Small, I iston Emergency Hospital. The baby '

Federal service are not sufficient to confronts them as a result ol Sgt. Rip Collins was voted the Mr. and Mrs. Everett Casper and I weighed seven pounds and ten
fill vacancies, the Commission's of- the cessation of hostilities.
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Deeds I should feel proud of having participated -I "ALLIGATOR" TANKS AT
School Board
S-Sgt. H. L. DeLaney I Army Plans To (Retain in this, great cause," Mrs. LAKELAND DISCONTINUED

Combat MacDill Field Former School Back Rackstraw said. "We are all glad to
Awarded know that the clothing is now on its
To U. S. Sugar Corp. LAKELAND, Aug. 22-FNS) -
way overseas to help the suffering
Infantry BadgeStaff The production of "Alligator" tanks
TAMPA, Aug. people and are pleased with reports
ing in Tampa this week, Congressman -, (Hendry-1-County News) that shipping has speeded up so that by the Food Machinery Corporationplant
Sergeant Halley L. DeLaney, J. Hardin Peterson stated that the bulk of this clothing will be here was ordered discontinuedby .
The Ilendry County board of public a Navy cut back order effective
Son of Mrs. Ruth E. DeLaney and the Army plans to retain MacDill 1 the deed available for these people before
signed at
instruction Friday once.
husband of Mrs. Charlotte DeLaney, Field, Tampa, as a permanent base winter sets in."
giving back to the United States The plant will not close, however,
has been awarded the combat infantry for B-29s. r the t I
badge'"for exemplary performance No definite information is avail- Sugar Corporation at Clewiston and lot on Animal C and plant health problemsof I but will revert to peacetime produc-
small frame building
of duty in action with the 38th able at this time concerning Drew which it stands at Bare Beach, form- Florida and other Southern statesis I tion equipment.of packinghouse machinery and i I
tiivUlcm against the Japanese Shim- being made the subject of continuing -i
Field but Peterson said he was mak- erly used as a school for colored
"bu line, east of Manila, accordingto of McKesson
effort to have this retainedas children of the settlement.This study by experts .
word received from the 38th, I ing every center. was done because of a re- & Robbins, one of the nation's
(cyclone) division headquarters on a version clause in the deed made by outstanding pharmaceutical houses.Look .
the island of Luzon. I' the Sugar Corporation to the school II F. Deane Duff |
S/Sgt. DeLaney is squad. leader board whereby the place was to revert I
In company A, 152nd infantry. This STORMS IS SEEN back to the USSC when and if it I I REGISTERED REAL ESTATE

Regiment was recently given "a bat- were no longer used as a school I II. BROKER
tle commendation by Major' General TAMPA, Aug. 22FNSYears' building. Colored children of Bare to theFuture I Glade, Hendry and Palm Beach \
commander of ,the ago Tampa's Postmaster Edgar Wall I. County Land for More Than
William C. Chase I heavy of battle- Beach are now transported to Clew-. 23 Tears
38th, for superior performance on proposed ]I iston colored school. '
the Luzon I ships be used to dispel hurricanes -
duty in battle .
when they were making up in the .
campaign. This regiment is .credited -'"
with killing more than 5,900 Japs. Carribean area. Now he sees in the Report On Clothing

S/Sgt. DeLaney was last home on new atomic bomb an opportunity to
furlough in February. His mother, I shatter storm centers with one blow Drive Is Made By
weather authorities are GULP LIFE INSURANCE CO. ,
'Who has been ill for many months and while Mrs. G. B. RackstrawThe
the outcome -
less skeptical of
at present making her home I more or
feast, is
with her son-in-law and daughter, it is possible the experiment G. Nottingham, Agent

_ Mr.: and Mrs. Harry H. Turner in might be tried on a storm center re- drive for wearing apparel to Box 6327
Tampa. I mote from any populated area. be sent to European nations liberated After The War Clewiston FloridaJohnson's

by the Allies conducted a few
weeks by the United National
f ago II
Clothing Collection was most successful You Will Want To

and Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, I
Pasteurized Milk chairman of the drive for Clewiston, I
Build A HomeIt Fish Camp
states that the 1,665 pounds of I I

clothing and shoes contributed here (Near Hurricane Gate)
And CreamNow are already on their way to war vic-, I Clewiston, Fla. I"

tims overseas. Boats and Motors-Guide Service 1 ,
Because of local climatic con- Rates Reasonable I '

available to local patrons from your ditions there were few heavy: woolen Will Pay You To W. H. Johnson, Mgr. .
garments donated but a few overcoats
home dairy. \
and other such heavy apparel

I owned by people who have recentlymoved Lots ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
Call 133 for Delivery Service. Daily Delivery here from the north, were Buy Your V FORTAXICABS. bY b

I given since they are no longer neededin I!.s. 'J.'s. ..s.y ..
the temperate climate. of South NOWGLEWISTON ::

i Florida. x:: DAY AND NITE SERVICE ..;..
Splendid cooperation was given, s
CLEWISTON Mrs. Rackstraw said, in sending in ,. l'

only clothing that had been mended' 1 .t.1NNN11N. . ..,....N..M......N..........N.............M......N..NNNNNN.. .. .. .. ..,..... "'.-
; I' and cleaned beforehand. It had been. I. :- -
A. H. KingSurf 1I
'I requested by the chairman that this' I I
be done and very few garments had''II I

I to be discarded because of their
,sworn I Cut flowers for here or
r or soiled condition. One complete -; delivery
I layette was a welcome donation REALTYCORPORATION for delivery anywhere in U. S.

to the collection. 'I I by: wire.

Henry J. Kaiser, national chair- MRS. J. M. FOUNTAINDay

; CottagesI man of the collection, reported that I Phone 82 :Night Phone,148-W
I 29,397,427 pounds of clothing had I

I been held by July 23 and more than. ,
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I\ been shipped or was I :.i.?: .0.
I shipment to specific areas. The total ,
NORTH OF PALM BEACH TL amount collected was 150,366- .
\ Radio and Electric Service'Home
014 pounds and this is being baled' :
L : HIGHWAY NO. 1 and shipped as rapidly as possible.I |:

There were 96 communities organized -

I in Florida and 1,130,273 pounds :ys: and Auto Radio Parts. and Tubes *;

of clothing collected.Of .;. -
a the clothing shipped through)I :: For All Makes !:
Spend your vacation at your local beach resort. Two :
July 23 the greater part was consigned -\ y

room efficiency cottages Hotel Rooms Dining Room to Jugo-Slavia, 4,423,647 pounds; Y .
i. France was next with 3,535,815 Y...
-Cocktail Lounge. pounds, Czechoslovakia third with i :;: ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES |:;: i

2,022,276 pounds, Belgium fourth
I STARTS'JUNE. with 1,816,284 pounds Greece fifth I :i: Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures Wiring :j:
SUMMER SEASON 1. with 1,334,472 pounds, Philippinessixth

For Reservations '. sia seventh with 1,041,725 with 1,000,000 pounds pounds, Rus-, i_: ALL WORK GUARANTEED !:!_:

Italy eighth with 340,045 pounds y v

Write 623 30th Street .., Call 8940 and China had received50,000 :: GEO. WEAVER and T. J. CASON t:*:*
pounds. y

WEST 'PALM BEACH "Every person who helped our I :: Telephone 163 ::

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The coming of a long-awaited PEACE can mean no relaxation of our efforts to produce more 1

and more of the mdst critical food need-SUGAR. A shortage and rationing Ts expected to '

extend well into 1 946. .: >.



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Gems of Thought


I to HOLD his profession every man; from a debtor the : : ;; } nit.h..nrmr i.

which as men of course do seek 111JI1111Ifj'ill :&mll
receive countenance and Before starting to polish leather- Varnish the soles of children'sshoes
to .... .................... seated chairs, wipe off the seats allow them harden
profit, so ought they of duty to to then
endeavor themselves byway of : with a cloth dipped in sweet milk. varnish a second time This will

amends to be a help and orna- IFry You will be surprised at the dirt render them*impervious to damp.

ment thereto.-Francis Bacon. .l.jII11t'I.I. ; ; that will come off.. Polish as usual. ness longer.and also make them. wear

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The good thing which belong to : : .. .. Never use waxed thread in -.-
prosperity are to be wished but the
good things that belong to adversityare stitching wools. In pressing, heat Add a few chopped ripe or green
to be admired.-Seneca. of the iron melts wax and leavesa olives to either plain or lemon .

p greasy line. This gathers dust sauce served with fish.
Let us consider the reason of
and may attract moths. .
the case.' For nothing is law
that is not reason.-Sir John -.- If you are reshingling your
Powell. Peanut butter mixed with a lit- house, think about color. A

tle cream makes a good filling for thoughtfully' chosen roof color

Nothing is impossible to a white or graham cracker sand-. may greatly enhance the appear-
willing heart.-John Heywood.
wiches. ance of a house.WStJoSeIi.

Skin-Misery Help forFamily's r y ,
I f 1J \ t (
"Hot Season"A ASPIRIN

, real friend for sizzling days, scorching u WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT I IlK
nights-it's Mexsana, the soothing,medicated
d powder. Checks smart of heat
rash, prickly heat, chafe; eases itch of miies
simple rashes, on baby and grown-ups.
favorite. Send 1I
40-year some overseas.
Save most in larger eires. Get Mexsana.take :: His Possessions

"Young Chap (just married- II8O.6
f ;:
With all my worldly goods I thee

= 'R' lDdie endow.
k K v. k
Father-in-Law-There goes his I

clothes and fountain pen.

' e 1 /tL :, ; ., : :
$ IP& :; Identical"I've 0

called for a parcel addressed to of cases showed
. clinical
.- MftlENERGY TONIC v. v Mr. Smith," the man announced in the improvement -
after only 10
i Scott's Emulsion helps tone up the village post office. '
days with
.. system build stamina,energy and "And how do I know that you are treatment
resistance when you feel"dragged Mr Smith?" asked the postmaster. SORETONE impartial,
out"and rundown-and your diet "Why have look this" the scientific test. -
a at man
lacks the natural A&D Vitamins
t and the energy-building naturalf answered, taking out a photograph of
; ) oils you need. Remember-many himself." "That looks like me, doesn't SORETONEMade
.! it?
doctors recommend good-tasting; i
Until Golden and
Scott's. Buy today-all druggists. Chicken CrispSee "Ah, so it do," answered the post. by McKesson RobbinsSaId
( Recipes Below) master, and handed over the par el. with money-tack jjurantei

..- Summer's Best FareIs 500 and $1.00 !,

I.,... Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving The Right Knee
Menus The new secretary was .recount '
there a better looking sight
: crisply fried, golden brown chicken Fried Chicken garnished with ing her experiences of past em- K FOR QUICK RELIEF _
; ployers to the typist. j
i I. Butt War Bond I I" nestling close top S fr TtB
: ,
Tomatoes and Cucumber "My goodness," the typist said ,
ffllacy Cucumbers -
, green
1B-- and Corn Pudding after hearing of five different :

moist red slices Tossed Green Salad changes in 18 months, "you have I A Soothing S
J. Buttermilk Biscuits with had a lot of bosses!" ANTISEPTIC
A? 'j "-___ of tomato? Yes, '
WIvISuf that's the $64, Strawberry Jam "Yes," replied the young secre- Used by thousands with' satisfactory feJ
/:3 suits for 40
r I fOl MHOS cm its rAiis ir t : question and the Sliced Cantaloupe with tary, "but think I'm on the last Get Carboil years-six at drug valuable stores or ingredients. write

>' RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO answer's right in Fresh Berry Sauce lap now." Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tens

Iced Coffee
t .
:; the picture.

Chicken is fine food and it
a :a? its Sunday best when fried to suc- Ing pieces. Mix flour and season- FOR THE CAUSE OF MANY DISORDERS

culent brownness. It's light enoughto ings. Dip chicken lightly into flour

make a summer meal well bal- mixture. Lightly brown on both sidesin This package contains a combination of minerals produced
z\ and compounded by Nature alone with no artificial in* i
anced and good enough to be satis- fat. Add a little water; cover 5., gredients nor man-made drugs. When you mix it with your
fying. to. all branches of the family closely and cook over low heat for k \ drinking water according to directions and drink Crazy
t ** *; c 'and \. Water day after day. you join millions who have attackedthe I
1 hour. Uncover to' brown crisp.
Large BottleU.RU tnul122Small! Size 60< cause of their troubles. Gently but surely Crazy Water
.... *CAUTION!: USE OUT AS DIRECTED* There are many schools of thoughton Light and, pretty enough for even stimulates three main cleansing channels-kidney, skin
R; IT Ul GOD ORDC sloth ir IT Hill.Rapt it Fate the question of how chicken the hottest days of the season are and intestinal elimination. Crazy Water brings positive f
benefits in faulty elimination the cause and aggravating {
; KcHEIL 1ROG CO.. lie. JACmOUlUC 4. FICIH should be fried. Some it bat- these main dishes q4 S ice I factor
ri ; prefer two splendid egg : lyvv" of rheumatic pains digestive orders constipation,
i ter-fried, others like just the dusting Eggs A La King. \, .,". excess acidity etc. Get a package of Crazy Water Crystals '
,, at your drug store today.
of bread crumbs or flour on it. Take (Serves 6)

FLUSH KIDNEY URINE I your choice from these tasty recipes 6 hard-cooked eggs diced (

i : 2 tablespoons catsup WaterJUST :

Benefit wonderfully from famous Maryland Fried Chicken. 1/2 cup cooked or canned peas ;

doctor's discovery that, relieves (Serves 4)) 2 tablespoons chopped pimiento' ADD {,
f backache, run-down feeling due 1 3-pound chicken. 1 cup sliced, canned mushrooms

,, P' to excess acidity in the urine Vz cup flour 2 cups medium white sauce
Salt and pepper 6 slices tomato

People everywhere are finding amazing 1 beaten egg 6 slices buttered toast
relief from painful of
symptoms bladder
,., irritation caused by excess acidity in the 2 tablespoons water Carefully com- r+
t urine. DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT IVs fine, dry bread crumbs
cups "
g bine all ingredients f
;, acts fast the
;; ? on kidneys to case discomfort
;, by promoting the flow of yrine. This pure A cup drippings I except toma'f'\.f
herbal medicine is especially welcome Clean chicken and cut into frying I to slices and
where bladder irritation due to excess ", a ,,luStiff Joints*Tired Muscles*Sprains'Stroins*BruisesYEARS ,
in (
pieces. Roll flour seasoned with
; acidity is responsible for "getting up at toast. Heat thor- ,\\\i' '
.< nights". A carefully blended combinationof salt and pepper. Dip into beaten oughly in double "
16 herbs roots vegetables, balsam Dr. 1
Kilmer's contains nothing harsh is; absolutely egg mixed with water, then into boiler. Broil tomato ;. -
non-habit forming. Just good ingredients crumbs. Brown on both sides in hot slices 5 ,
, that people have ;:JJ z
r' many
say a
fat cook
and bakein
44 s +f marvelous effect. ; cover slowly or minutes. Placeon :.
Send for free prepaid sample TODAY! moderately slow (300 to 350-de-. toast and pour V ( ,

14' Like that you thousands did. Send of others name and you'll address be glad to gree) oven about 1 hour. Make over creamed, \. ,_ '

Department A, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box gravy from drippings. Pour over mixture.

1255 once.Stamford AU druggists Conn.sell Offer Swamp limited.Root.Sendat chicken and serve from a bowl. Ham and Egg Souffle. JUST Sit

*Country Fried Chicken.. (Serves 6)IA ) HOW :

(Serves.6 to 8)) : cup diced ham -- _

t 0 I 1 2 cup 3-pound flour chickens 3 3 slices slightly egg beaten eggs ..t IT ELI'S YOU ;:

\% tablespoons salt 1 cup milk .

r 1 teaspoon pepper teaspoon salt N.r (j'AKikza
r 1
1% tablespoons paprikaFat teaspoon dry mustard

J/i teaspoon paprika TERSMSrHVS
' e 1 Clean chickens and cut into serv- Brush bread: with bacon drip- WI -

1x pings; cut slices into small piecesto

fit deep casserole. Arrange in
Lynn Says layers, sprinkling each with ham. Ton c let I

Combine eggs, milk and seasonings.Pour .
Tricky Tips: When glasswarehas over bread. Bake in a mod- TRUSTED FOR 74 /

.,.1( ( ). t chipped slightly on the drink- erate (350-degree) oven until puffy

)\ ing edge, smooth it out with an and mixture does not adhere to in-
1 : [\\i; .. emery board or sandpaper to serted knife, about 45 minutes. \.-

1'61.. "'- make it smooth.To Summer desserts accent fruit and

I r f r" '\ < ::1 ({E, '] make delicious flavored tea, make a tasty, mouth-watering com- I n ;

) : add a little grated orange rind to bination. Here are two suggestions

;.f ; it before serving. It imparts a which you will want to make use of

delicate fragrance and saves some time this summer: Zi *

sugar. Summer Apple Tarts. y
I J f
LIVESTOCK LAUGHS Lemons which have been heat- (Serves 5) I' J' .
ed slightly will yield twice as 2 cups sliced apples
Vz honey or dark corn z.dr' Hungry moths won't make a r
At Cuts and Bruises much juice as chilled ones. Cover cup syrup
cinnamon meal out of your clothes-if you
{ lemons with hot water for a 'few teaspoon .1 I closets with Flit! sIn
., .. If you're a good, kind owner minutes before extracting juice.To Yi teaspoon nutmeg vr Flit spray kills your moths, eggs and larvaeon
and keep Dr. Antiseptic Vz teaspoon grated orange rind r 1
flour chops or chicken pieces 1 -- the spot-is stainless when
011 on hand in the barn alwaysfor before frying, place in a brown Vz tablespoon butter / used as directed and pleasant-

emergency use. Ask your paper bag with bread crumbs or 5 baked tart shells % smelling,too! Buy an

/ veterinarian about it. he'll flour and shake. This will coat Mix together sugar, spices and or- ,tl; ample supply today.FLIT .

j tell you what an effective, won- the meat evenly and not leave ange rind. Add to apples and toss
derful help it is in promoting V ss'f together. Fill pastry ,
excess in pan after frying.If <
natural healing processes for I 2 shells with 7
PT'I' minor cuts, burns, saddle or the family objects to biting # .I I apple mixture.
into a bit of garlic in spaghettior L)1 71 ,
?; collar sores,bruises,any minor o Dot with butter.
I flesh wounds. Use only as directed.Onsalebyyourdrugglst. other sauce, spear the cloveof It.Bake/ in a hot KILLS FLIES, MOTHS

i- garlic with a toothpick and remove \: \ r oven 15 to 18 min- i h't AND MOSQUITOESII
it before serving. \ .>0- .
utes. If desired
+n -= / Bt nao loowpocatd
rv Add leftover sausage, bacon or -=- "- these may be r nf

I' meat balls to potatoes when fry- topped with beaten egg white or bits f

ing for extra delicious flavor. of American cheese. .
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Clewiston News I thoroughly enjoyable and we hope -:-:--:..:-:-:.. -:-:..:-;-: ..-w->-=----x.. within the next two months. He has j I NOTICE TO CREDITORS
"'1 ") that we have established lasting been overseas for twenty-one monthsj] Law of 1025
/friendship with quite a number. and participated in the, invasion of- -,
Some of these folk from Riddle Saipan and Tinian. For the IN THE. COURT' OF THE COUNTY
Published every Friday Jn Clewlston, With paste .TU GE; HENDRY COUNTY
Florida, by the .6LEWISTON NEWS,I':Field will probably remain with uslbut three months he has been hospitalized -; STATE OF FLORIDA

inc .-; .. ,-j. r ,'._, r the majority will soon be leaving on Saipan because of an illness. I In EDWARD re the Estate STANLEY of: RICHMOND,

I some have already gone, toI'points Cpl. :Morice talked to Mrs. Morice I Deceased.

Entered as second class mall matterFebruary all over the Nation. Butyve're H Our Boys i here by phone Tuesday night and isj I tees To. and all Creditors all Persona Legatee Distribu

crewiston.1,Florida 1927, at, under the Poet the Office Act of in I; pleased that so many have expressed hoping to be home in a very short Demands against said having Estate Claims: or
themselves as genuinely regretting time. She You, and each of you, are hereby
March 3. 1897.CA i I I will remain here to await notified and
to leave Clewiston. And we in theService his discharge. I claims and demands required which to present you any or

:'believe they meant exactly what they I either of you may have against the-
'said. Pfc. Egress L. Suggs was scheduled MOND, deceased late of Hendry Coun-
Subscription Kate-f-2JO Per Tear ty Florida to the Hon. R. M. Harris.
to have docked in New York County
Judge-of Hendry .
County, at
.A.cvertlaID& Hate On AppHoaUon. \, There has been quite a little surmising : L Tuesday evening on the Queen Mary I] his' {ceJn the County. Court Houae 101

as to what is going to happento after many months overseas. His I LaEclle in twelve, Hendry months County from the, Florida date ,hereofDated with-.

'( Riddle Field after it closes. Here's name was listed among those August '3, A. D. 1945..
Devoted to the advancement and welfare -: liner ELBERT
that real be L. STEWART.
hoping some use can turning
on this trip of the
of Clawiaton and Hendry County.l ,|i found for it. The buildings are too -
1 nice and the swimming pool too badly him ,yesterday at noon. Here's hop-I Deceased.
needed by the children of the area to J. B. (Shorty) Alderman, Ship- Ing.that It"wasn't a mistake and it's s To The the above Executor notice or Administrator must be' published:

HAT! be left in the middle of a cow pas- fitter 2/c, in the U. S. Navy SeaBeesfor doubtful that it was. He'll be turn- in a'newspaper published in Hendry
three has been in Clewis- County once a week for 8 weeks (9
been years,
plans have already
'ture. Maybe
Ing up most anytime to let us know publications), and the proof of such
I made for its disposal but we hope itwon't ton most of this week visiting his what the fighting was like in publication (which will be furnishedyou
friends following his dischargea Ger-I by the paper) filed In this office.
I:( be left out there on the prairie many man : Aug. 17, 24, 31, Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28, Oct-
ns a World War 2 monument. The week ago last Friday after 28 j G, 12.

'state will have enough of those any- months overseas. He has made no From The Fort Myers News-Press}
definite plans for the future but
/ hopes that things will work out so Service Column I i] 4 NOTICE, -12 I
the that he can return to Clewiston. T. H.-Lt.,
Last week, excitement of Mildred Alice I Notice is. hereby given that the
Osteen, NC, USNR is
In his 28 months overseas Shorty Board
of County Commissioners of Hen-
'the war's ending we forgot to men-
D. C. S. I. started in at Guadalcanal and worked one of the Navy nurses helping to dry County, Florida, will until 12 o'-
tion our pleasure in a plane ride over care for casualties of the Pacific i i clock noon Tuesday, September 4, 1945,
The announcement, this week, that 'Clewiston and Moore Haven inBeck's up to the Philippines. His unit receive sealed proposals for ,the pur-

the training of pilots at Riddle Field",George little Aeronica with was in over seven hundred; air raids i war.of modern She has Naval been hospitals stationed in at this one:!. chase capacity"of "One and "One New Twenty Dragline Ton 3/4 Trail-yard

would end on September 8 was un- Maldon Wright doing the piloting. but lost comparatively few men and I I er." All proposals should be addressedto
area since March |I
fact that once, In the Philippines, was attacked William T. Hull Clerk Circuit Court,
welcome news despite the !jit was our first trip over ClewistonI Lt. Osteen is the daughter of Mr.!,I LaBelle. Florida, and marked "Pro-
all of us knew that the field was to I in a plane. since 1928 when Con- by Japanese paratroops. Luckily and Mrs. L. posals for Dragline and Trailer."
A. Osteen of Fort I
Myers. !\
close at least by November 6 and nally Nail was the other passenger help was nearby and the unit dug in She is a graduate of the Fort Myers I' (S&AL) J. O. DAVIDSON
most of us believed that the closing";.on a flight with a barnstormer who I and stayed hidden unt1l'.Army rein- high school Chairman of Board of
and received her training
County Commissioners.
end of the forcements came so the attack was
would be hastened by the landed down back of the ridge. at the Gordon Keller training ATTEST: ,v I
\ war in the Pacific. Wasn't too much, of Clewiston to see soon dispersed. school, William T. Bull/ Clerk. ",
Municipal Hospital, Tampa, No. 114-Aug. 17, 24, 31.
Skeet in the out-
Now that it has come it brings a'.Jin those days but the lay-out of the I Weaver, was same Florida. Since receiving her commission -,
period a transition which is inescap-: city from the air is a pretty thing fit with Shorty and they were together in December, 1942, Lt.
;training I!{now. Of course this sight is old all of the time overseas. He
able but we doubt any Osteen has been stationed at the Na- NOTICE 'OF ELECTION
the nation 'couldbe ;stuff to most people here who have said that Skeet should be home very
camp anywhere in II; val hospital, Portsmouth, Vt., Naval
closed and cause as little a joltto I become rather air-minded but those shortly from the Philippines wherehe : Training Station General municipal election will be
left him.Shorty Oxford, Ohio, and held on Tuesday, September 4, 1945.
economic struc-i j'who still haven't seen it have a treat'
a community's I the Naval Hospital, San Diego, Calif. for the election of three Commissioners -
ture. There will be temporary loss 1.fn' store for them says he landed in Frisco She has to serve on the City Commissionof
) one brother, Lt. Osmond the City of Clewiston, Florida.
residents and a temporary setback Almost as pretty, to us, as the twenty days, twenty hours andtwenty
of,, 11. Osteen, also serving in the Naval The two candidates receiving theI
to various community businesses but town was the verdant cane fields minutes from the Philippinesand service. greatest number of votes shall be
She is the sister of Mrs. R.
for miles in series of he was plenty tired of the boa't.Of I deemed elected for four year terms
it will n6t last too long and the nor- stretching a C. Nowling. and the candidate receiving the next
mal growth which has long been an- squares marked off by the canals all the places he has visited he greatest'; number of votes shall be
liked Australia and New Zealandbes't S deemed elected for a term of two years. p
ticipated following the close of the which bound them'; the rain clouds, '
The candidates who have Qualified
war will come along to offset. this and there were several that afternoon and says. he .wouldn't mind at From S 2/c' Horace Brown came a are: k. ,
very shortly. which we could fly around and all living in either of those coun letter to his parents this week de- R. Y. PattersonMalcolm '
W. Bigg .
scribing the celebration
The worst of It all is that we are 'observe at close range; the lake and tries. at Pearl W. C. Owen
Harbor the night the news came of I C. A. Thomas I
residents who have _'the almost dry lake bed at the edge
to lose so many I
and'three of the candidates are to be ,
been with us, most of them, for sev- where all appeared smooth and Joseph B. Harrell, MOMM 3/c of the capitulation of Japan. And from elected. I I
eral years. Many of them have en-I where, had we not known different the: U. S. Coast Guard arrived home his description we can judge that the I I The election will be held In the.Community I I
Center room in the City Hall
celebration ,
tered Into social,' religious and civic it seemed easily possible thata the: first of the week to spend his there was a great Building CleViston Florida. I
life of the community during their plane could have landed. It's an first leave since entering the service W/0 C. E. Nail was also in .one'J The polls will be open at eight o'- i
:M. and will close at
clock A. seven
Harbor when the and
stay here and will be greatly missed. interesting experience, flying, and twenty-eight months ago, and is news came o'clock P. :M. Eastern War Time.
Several of the wives have served on we should like to be able to do more visiting his mother, Mrs. Liza Mae description was. almost identical I The following election officials are
with Horace's. appointed to conduct the election:
our school faculty and must now be of It. Harrell, at the county line. I Judson V. Francis, Clerk
replaced with other teachers. Other': Harrell, now just twenty years of No guns were fired as the celebration Mrs. R. M. Hare, 'Jr., Inspector- f

wives have served in office jobs to I We hope no one, will hold it against age, has been' serving aboard a Na- of the ending of the war I I ,The Mrs. following W. L. Lott alternate Inspector.election of'L

help out tremendously during the I the new school principal, Mr. val transport manned by the Coast took place here where the jap I(''I ficials are appointed to serve in their
Guard. He' wears the American bombs were dropped', to start, it. But place and stead, if necessary:
help shortage. These' people have I Eyans, that he ,was born in the same searchlights Mrs G.' B: Rackstraw, Clerk.
been community:benefactors and it 'state were A Theatre ribbon, the Asiatic-Pacific were' turned,, on full i Mrs.: G. H. Small Inspeotor ,
as we : couple of hun-
ribbon with seven blast, and rockets were fired to turn Mrs. Charles 'M. Pirkle, 'Inspe tor.
will be a long time before they are dred miles difference in location butwe're stars and the I. ,By order of the City Commission of
forgotten. There have been a few, both West Virginians. He'sstarting Philippine Invasion ribbon with two night into the brilliance of noon the City of Clewiston. -
day. Ships whistles E. E. KELLY, Mayor.
stars. The first operation in whichhe blew and bells
possibly, who have not participatedin out under a handicap with a Aug. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31.oAn i
participated in the invasionof (Continued,,_ Page 8) ,
community; life, who have held serious teacher was .
shortage but he Is the Marshall 'Islands the .............. ... !
themselves acquainted aloof and have and not made tried disparaging to get- working overcome with this and school we predict officials thathe'll'have to at Emiru, the third was, Saipan next, was the lliflmmm!! W mlmjmllillm! II MJ1 f 1 ''i lml i l f mllw! lml G!q mJIII!! G llil l h !m.mlllmlmw) I ''d [ !, illfummmllmillllll] !! N V mlmmlilli!II! !! !! !Imllillll!! !!! 1m IEiI j ICI flII !i

remarks concerning the town in a great many-of the places fourth Pileau. Then came Leyte and

which they temporarily resided. But filled before the date of the enroll- Luzon in the Philippines and the last .

these should not cause too great : ment! next Friday week. He has landing in which he participatedwas I "-

concern for people of this type are also called in his football boys to at Iwo Jima His ship had three cAppeal . s +!

found among any large group and begin practice next week and the Japanese planes to its credit and I .

we, don't believe there were many of .shortage of a coach will not cause took one solid hit from a Jap suicide i
them., Our personal associations the team to suffer. plane which did considerable -
with the Riddle Field personnel and I forward to a most successful school damage and killed and injured a I For paid volunteers to join the Fire Department I

their families have always been term. I large number of men aboard. It wasa :::=:::;: # = I

......._ ._._.._ I .__ .I 497-foot ship, however, was soon of the City ,of Clewiston. An organization -
.. I j
.... . .....u.u.u..u.u..u.u.u.u.. ., ...... .. :
----- ---.-. .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. ;";";-;-;";-;-;"X""r"rSleep :":":-:. repaired and Joseph said he escaped ;ss

any injury. He said they car- is to be formed and a charter ands -- I
ried virtually every branch: of serv-

ice on the ship during the invasions,

Well when Army, ''Marines, Sea-Bees, etc., and by-laws to be adopted. :--

in one attack had aboard the fam- ==== E:
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ous Carson's Raiders. He said his --=-- --=

ship was under constant attack by H Those ,who are interested in joining -
the Japanese planes for nineteen

the Wind BlowsSEE ion.hours during the Philippine invas- -1 such an organization are asked to. contact -

Joseph signed up for Coast Guard :' _

service in Tampa and was swornin L THE CITY HALL .:\'c" : ,
in Miami. He took his boot =-= =---
training in St. Augustine and attended -==- -" ==-

I the amphibious school at Camp 1 for full information. .,: :

LeJeune, "N. C. He went overseas

BEARDSLEY INSURANCE Agency in He October arrived of in 1943.the States' on June ;Illmll HIliIOOlm lm III I I OOI 1mlli OOI mlim! OOlm 1 IOOM rnlli.! M WJW III!& 'a 1'

14th but was not given leave until

July 25. He has :visited at Spartan- _
"" :2'I'I'r'
s' 'L1'r"'L
1 'J
Phone (66) or 27R2 burg, S. Car., before coming to

.:--:..:-:-:..:.tSSS*:..*..'-*?*..:"*"'"l"*..*.."*.**"*..:..*..*..*"*..*"*..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: Clewiston. He will leave here next BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER ':-,
Thursday and report back to Friscoon Ii
.:JiP_ r _;;;'_ ,.:.MvZOI: ,':
,, ,

FOR THE Lt. Dan Beardsley is beginning to '

get a little swell-headed and thinks ,
that the reason the Japs decided to lINN

quit was not on acco'unt.of. the atomic .
BEST IN FOODSTry bomb but because he had just been

assigned to oversea duty. Part of DINE AT THE INN Qi.

his group, in ground crews, did get 'N

A Complete Dinner At. away but Dan is ,still at ;Hamilton FOR GOOD FOOD '

Field, Calif., even tho' he has an
APO number. In the group which '

did get away was Sgt. Jack Long Steaks -- Fish Fresh 'Vegetables ;
THE CANEBRAKE who is now in Manila. Jack is the : :

son Clewiston.of Mr. and Mrs.. F. Carl Long of ,-"


.. $1.25 and' Up T/Sgt. Phelix A. Slonaker' has Meet Your Friends In Our

just sent a card to his family advising :' ,
.of his new address-with an

Service from APO number. This number is care LOUNGE '
6 to 9 o'clock Short Orders of San Francisco so Phelix, after COCKTAIL .. .

9 till 11:30 five and a half years in the Army is ..

at last going overseas.
Open 11:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M.' 4:00 P. M.

Air Conditioned / Cpl. Marvin Morice of the U. S. To 12:00 ''I i,

Marine Corps arrived at Mare Island,

California, on August 10 and is

anticipating a discharge sometime -

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""" +-.M: tt ttPERSONAL -C__. "' .. I[ ents, Mr. and Mrs. L.- M. Qliphant FOR SALE: Three bedroom : : : -'::'' : ,
and in North Carolina 'and Nashville,
:. : Tennessee. Mrs. Olephant returned house furnished 1 SALE 4 room
I :: with them for a visit. ; -
: Chousegood
1 Green's : ; condition,
t and SOCIETY including Fuel in-

i r their Mr.guests.and Mrs.from A.Sunday H. King until had Wed as stallation, has palms, III with I 10 acres of land. See

: .;, I .,. nesday, Mrs Liila Smith, Mrs. Jack fruit : Oscar Langdale, Moore.

'r'i 1 A..JO-. .-..._. ._._.,. ,...._._...._._.... t_-. _._A..'.___.. r-.A..JJ.AAA---y-. QY'C'a'lrr: JJ __Y-1"Y---rl.vlrrrr7. A A.. .. .. "._r__Y. Shea and Margaret Ann, Mr. and trees, shrubbery, !I Haven.
; "I} Mrs. Ben Chandler and Donald I etc. Best location of all 2tp
Mrs. A. A. Munroe spent the weekend Mrs. Marvin Morlce has just returned I
Wayne, Pete Nett !
and Miss Annie
in Orlando. from Okeechobee, where she
I Lou Smith, all of Greenville Riddle houses. H. R. .
N. C.
----- spent a two, weeks' vacation. :;FOR SALE-22 Foot
Buddy Trice spent this week with I Brinton, Jr. 315 West
Mrs Charles B. Owens ,
relatives in Jacksonville. E. M. Cornette spent two days this returned I House Trailer with toilet
i Monday from a visit 'to her former Arcade St. Clewiston
week In Jacksonville
transacting I ,
home in Erie, Penn. r and bath.
'She Also electric
I and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward spent business.
in' Jacksonville. I IMr Owens left Tuesday to return to Florida.
this week
I l\IrS7K. their home near Melbourne after .. shiner mar. ire- -
and Rogers and ,\ -----0
! Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown have,( Mrs. A. W. ,Brullman were Tuesday. .I Owens visiting here.his mother,- Mrs. Ruth B. FOR ,SALE: Trailer for j See SidneyStrickland.\ ,
returned from a two weeks' vacation visitors in West Palm Beach.
at Fort Lauderdale Beach. I I i I $175.00 cash. Marion Moore Haven, Fla. 1 tp
__ J. E. Beardsley underwent an operation I Lucian Wolff visited friends here ... I
Capt. Richard Granere of Miami at the Clewiston Emergency this week while he was on furlough. Lee, 1 block west new I .
was here Wednesday transacting Hospital and will be hospitalized for He was formerly associated with Rid (GIRLS: Get your school
business. i about two weeks. dle Field and the Inter-County Tele- barracks on Ventura St.
;I phone and Telegraph Company and I dresses and skirts at the

\ ." Mrs. C. A. Driggers and Mrs. Joe I Mrs. A. W. Sias and Mrs Jimmy is at present stationed at the 'air base ; Sewing Shop. 1 tp.MEN'S
at Muroc, California.
FOR RENT Corner :
Cato were visitors in Fort Myers Holland visited Sgt. Sias in Miami -

Wednesday. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of i
I last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Leftwich and room, twin beds, two Shorts in all

; C. A. Driggers was among the j. Mr. and Mrs. R. L.: Richardson will I
preferred Mrs. L. sizes the
return this men at Sewing
week-end from
ten days'
business visitors in West Palm Beach i Cpl. Bill Nychyk has returned to I
'I Thursday. i'I Camp Hood, Texas, wHere he Is sta- visit have in been the east. The Richardsons D. ,Blount, Box 1213 'Shop. Also alterations
F' J ', visiting Mrs. Richardson'smother
tioned, '
following eighteen fur-
kr: : Mr, and Mrs. F. Carl Long spent lough. days I at her home In Rogersville, tfc. !1 <..I".... 1 It .
wr: 1 1I Tenn., and the !
Saturday in Fort Lauderdale. I ___ have been ._ .
-- --- --- --- -- -------------------- - -- -----------
,.. Miss, Margery Combs spent the T. A. Markette left Sunday for his I II visiting in Richmond, Virginia, and
in Bristol Tennessee
past week-end in Wauchula. I I home in Hollywood, after spending --Virginia.
a week here as the guest of Mrs.
Mr. ; II Markette. Mrs. C..T. Lovvorn has just re- '
and Jerry Greenbergerspent Thomas E. YOUR STORE
: the week-end in West Palm I turned from two weeks' vacation jn M// c riM

.' Beach. I i Mir and Mrs. J. P., Moree of Lake Gilbert Town, Alabama, with her / JI U THAT'S
sister, Mrs. T. H. Texton .- .
City left, Sunday after spending a and over ---. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier have I week with their daughter, Mrs. Tom the state. In Baker. she visited her tI
returned from a two weeks' vacation i Malone, and Sgt. Malone. father, D. D. Davis, in Winter Haven,
; ., at Fort Lauderdale Beach. Mrs. Arthur Thornton and In Lakeland -
; I Mrs. G. H. Messina returned Sun ( she was the guest of Mrs. B.

. 4' Mr.\ and Mrs O. A. Jones'and day from several weeks' visit in !,I M. Nail.
Marianne were in West Palm Beach I Marianna
with her husband who is
Saturday. stationed there. Mrs. Frank G.. Hancock left I Easy Terms on Purchases of $10 or More. I

;_s: __ 1 Thursday from West Palm Beach

w; ,Kerby Saunders and Charlie I Mis. Urey Waldron, Mrs. A. W. after .several weeks visit here with _
Baugh of New York are in Clewistonon Lawrence and Mrs. L. L. Lowe were her son and daughter-in-law, Rev. Across FromPostoffice i P Fort Myers,
I: a business visit. I visitors in West Palm Beach Saturday and Mrs. David C. Hancock. She .
plans to visit another son, Capt. Florida f fw
Edith Long is leaving Saturday for I John A. Hancock, in Osborne, Ohio,

iIiiy. Pittsburgh', where she will attend Miss Margaret Von Mach, Miss before returningto' her home. in Gary,
Indiana. .
school: Laura Bailey, Mrs. G. M. Ford and "
-"'- Lt. G. M. Ford visited In West Palm
'. ; Shirley Owen has asher house Beach Saturday and Sunday. J. B. Alderman, who operated I
guest, Jean Rogers of Lake Wales, I bowling alleys and a sandwich shop

4, ,'.'. who, is spending the week here. I Mrs. A. P. Winn, Miss Janice Winn here for several years, was in Clew- .
iston for' 314 Pairs released through
several days this week
-'- I and James Winn, Mrs. R. E. Wal
Mr. .I. S. Bell, Jr., is spending the I dron and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Alt- visiting friends. He has just re-
week jn West Palm Beach as the man 'were visitors in Miami Monday. ceived his discharge from the USNR. Amendment No.1 07Ladies'
guest of Miss Christine/Bell. Mr. Alderman participated in establishing -

I i Mr., and .Mrs.. Francis ;E. Woods I a number of .beachheads at
Y : Mrs. Sam'Lang-'is in-Moultrie, Ga.;i are the parents"of a daughter, a number of hot spots In the Pacific

where she will visit, relatives for ,two I i Katheryn Elaine,. born on Auguct Theatre of war during his twenty- s

:t., weeks. I 18 at the Clewiston hospital. nine Construction months Battalion.overseas with a Navy Dress Shoes

Mss Doroth-;Webster spent the I William Burkhardt left Thursdaywith Flying radio
r stations
operating .
Mr. Mrs.
and Joe McLure of
:.. week-end in Winter Park with her six miles above ry+
Moore Haven for Oregon, where he the ground are ex-
family. pected to UNDER $3.50 -
r ._. has taken a position in the public establish television and
schools of that state. frequency modulation broadcastingon
..' Mr. and Mrs. Homer Altman of I a nationwide scale soon, accord-
Sarasota spent the week here visit
: Sgt. Earnest Rigby of Miami i
ing his father, Stanley Altman.MATUfEE Westinghouse ;
I the house guest this week of hi I

brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and I $299 STYLES JIV
---------- --------- -
Mrs. W. O. Rigby. He has recently MOST ,
L returned from Germany. I WANTED TO BUY 4
I .

If f..: I I Miss! Betty Hooks of DeFuniak I Refrigerator, electric or

L. .(";: Springs arrives here last Wednesdayfor ice. Pay cash. ,H. C. Colors white, black and brown ''i
' ; a visit with Mrs. R R. Hooks. I "

i': ,:' .1 Sunday.They visited relatives in LaBelle I Jones. Phone 19, 515

,::j : 3 P. M.t NITE 7-9 P.M.
r, 0" Sagamore Ave. 1 tp. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Andrews and ClewistonDry
Week Beginning August 26 j daughters, Nadine, Mary Faye and -- .

., I Betty Sue, have returned from. a vacation -
Sun & Mon., August 26 & 27 '! sacola.spent in Jacksonville. and Pen- Goods Co., Inc.. r

x "/ I, mattress, Taylor-tot,

I '''Mrs. John Pittman and children, bathinette, high chair, W. N. MARTIN, Mgr
I\\ Gall and Denny, left Thursday for
p lnEM 7i I Key West, where they will make their I nursery chair. Mrs. A. .
WARNER! home. They will be joined shortlyby
'I D. Richardson
Box 501 I
KKW22 & Mr. Pittman. l ,. u 1111II11::ir IIIIIIIIIII! lillllllllllhioIIIIIIII"II\ 11I111111I1111 IIiIIIIIIIIIlI Vf.lllilllllllillk\r\) 111I11I11I11I1 rtltll"IIII'IIIX '

Cartoon News I i 400 Blk., W. Sagamore. x'
F ____ I Mr. and Mrs. James M. Elliott,

: Tues. & Wed., August 28 & 29 I Mrs. T. H. Elliott, Sr., and T. H.i' .

l "SIGHT(Double:CLUB Feature GIRL") II i'+: New Elliott Orleans, Jr., .are, La.leaving, where Friday,they plan for FOR SALE 7-room ]KATHRYN M. CARTER i iy ::

,' to reside. I
t' : v with Delta Rhythm boys j i house and-garage, three yy yy

'c.ISCUMSTAXTIAL. EVIDENCE" I Rev. David C. Hancock is in Mi-I ... dealer in .?:..
;. ,'. A Mystery-Plus I ami over the week-end as guest I bedrooms. Three doors ._'. :y
t1---:, minister and Rev. C. G. Jonhstone from school Osceola'I
4\, Thurs. & FrI., August 30 & 31 will be the guest minister at the on

y'l:. F. I I Clewiston Community Church. Ave. Will sell furnished PERSONALIZED =*

1J.,.. :.:'" Mr. and Mrs. C.. A. Driggers and or unfurnished. Maybe i. COSMETICS f fy ::
M... son
I '" Ted Wayne, and Mrs. Gorda yX
I 7rn; Collins have returned from a two I seen by appointment. Inquire X

weeks' vacation. The Driggers visited News office. tf. .;: AVill make individual skin analyses for ;powder and face .:.
in Alabama and Mrs. 1 ..
Collins spent I .+. cIrznL.'aind, give demonstrations at the
the time in Georgia. yi
News --- !

Mrs.. Agnes Marshall 6f Sumter, WANTED :' Child's rocker -

Saturday, September 1 South Carolina, arrived in West Palm for 5 or 6 i CLEWISTON !j!
"HELLS KOSARITA" Beach last Sunday and was met by age years.
with Roy Rogers Miss Lois Prince. Mrs Marshall is Mrs. E. L. Stewart. -
"ZORRO'S WHIP" spending the winter' here with her
daughter, Mrs.. Ruth, Wilcox. Phone 95. BEAUrry SHOP !!
:,In-NIGHT SHOW-11:30 P. M.
Miss Marion DeLozier has left to .. I
+ .i.y
return to her home in Pennsylvania y
FOR SALE 8..ft Schult
V after spending the summer here as : _
I 5th 6th & 7th
the house guest of her aunts, Mrs. House Trailer, A-1 condition 1 September =i:
.- s Leah Spicer and Miss Marion Ley- ? Y
I r ArLs dig. good tires. Sew- Y
::: You are invited to avail yourself of this service :::
ing Shop on South At- : y
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Wilson Y
3I '" .. have returned this week from a v lantic. 1 ? y.Lmmf1TTIiW .
:', : : cation in Marietta, Ga., with her par- IIIIIII l'1l' \ lllljl'lllIl' jljllllllli'IIII'I' rr rJmm8 i} 1lTImrrm1J .
.Jt k

'10 '" .

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Apparently Both Men -..------IMPROVED---- "ww


advertisements that recently 1 The sun goes down in

I1JJ2UJ .G R U DOR appeared their own in a story.daily newspapertell Advertise- SUNDAY Lesson, tforeovs lory now.

W EA ON ment No. 1 stated: "The man By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D, D Alt 't..f ternbon I eagerly
Try a dash of cinnamon on cold 1 who picked up my wallet in High Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. '?.Walt it.
: Released by Western
watermelon. sx street near Washington was recog- Newspaper Union.
1 think it makes
nized. He is requested. to returnit
Linoleum can be cleaned easily, LABOR PERSONALITIESBritain's look
at once. -
if it is kept waxed. A dry dust Labor party which swept Lesson for August 26 grand *
The finder's reply appeared in 1 Hope it knows S \
mop is generally all that is need Churchill out of office is a strange

ed. Scrub only-.when- dirty.. mixture, resembles the liberal the read same: "The paper recognized the following man day.It who. lected Lesson and subjects Religious and Scripture by International texts se tUt f I X S LItppreci /
the Democratic party Council of Education used '
; by
The washer manufacturers have branch of picked up the wallet referred to in permission.JACOB. &te. it.
carefully worked out the amountof more than any Socialist movement.It yesterday's advertisement requests 1.1scAIi \\J t
water that will give best re- has its liberal and its conserva- the loser to call at his earli- ADJUSTS PERSONAL

sults in their machines. On most tive wings, has had no labor est convenience to collect it." RELATIONSHIPS

machines the water line is clearly troubles similar to ours during the is probably hardly necessaryto bIt 9)11.)
past decade. LESSON TEXT Genesis 331.11,
marked. Follow this guide for best -
add that only one of the advertisements GOLDEN TEXT-Let therefore fol.
Clement Attlee Britain's new us
results. The size of the load is gave an address. low after the things which make for peace.
also worked out, usually in prime minister, is a poor man. -Romans 14:19.Eventually .
pounds. He was little known among the fash- WNU Features.

ionable people of England until 1935 a man's past catchesup

when his salary was raised to 2,000 with him and he must face his:

MAKEESAt : ; : pounds a year. After gettingthis SNAPPY FACTS own record. The Bible says, "Be CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I ,
; < pay boost, Mrs. Attlee was ableto sure your sin will find you out"

venture into society for the first ald/$ (Num. 32:23): and it always does.

ICE CREAM time, was able to start playing golf, Jacob, who had tricked and deceived -

hire enough help to keep her home RUBBERTire his brother and had fled intoa '
going. Attlee likes to putter in PERSONAL
flavor Delieioui Smooth far had
home-Any country, ultimately to return -
-No Ice crystals-No cooking-No re- his garden, do odd jobs around the to his homeland and face Esau. EARN BIG MONEY! Sell us your old
whipping-No scorched flavor Easy- is Mantel Clock: or act as our buying agent:
tnoxpentive-20 recipes In each }5t pkg. house, constantly puffs a pipe, The story of what, happened makesup for Old Mantel Clocks In your territory.
Please send this ad for free full-sise sam- sharp contrast to fiery, charming We pay cash promptly. Write us today giv-
our dramatic and instructive lesson ing condition age; and size of your clock.
offer buy
pie or your grocer. Ramsey MacDonald, England's last conservation is Importanton THE OLD CLOCK CO. '
Labor prime minisfer. Att- the fighting fronts too. 8120 W. Third St.
LOnUOnUEI1RYBrand lee is no forthright leader, is Winning slogan in a contest I. Reconciliation (vv. 1-7)). Los Angeles 30 Calif.
conducted by Stars and After living for 20 in horror I
Homemade Ice Cream considered more of an impartial SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC.
: middle man will'have all he can Stripes Army newspaper of meeting Esau, Jacob now learned
STABILIZERlONDONDERRT I "Bring victory, end the fight, that his t SEEDS-19U-45! CROP
do to keep peace within his own was coming against Cabbage Carrots Onions Pepper and
B3S MN FRANCISCO 3.CALIF. conserve tires day and him with an He resorted to Tomato Seeds. Write for prices.. Warren
HOWiBD. j widely split party.Attlee's night. army. Seed i Plant Co., Carrlzo Springs, Texas.
clever strategy, but this time it was t
greatest rivals for power
A new highly maneuverable com- done not in sly crookedness, but in WANTED TO BUY "
inside the party are paunchy, jovial
bat vehicle called the"Staghound" an open friendly effort to win hisbrother's
1eMade- Herbert Morrison and hard-headed, uses tires four feet high. Rubber Old Postage Stamps. 1880 or older. Leaveon
o deep-voiced, testy Ernest Bevin. required for one such tire is equiv good will. prices.original PHILLIP envelopes LEE. Sandy if possible.Creek.N.Good Y.
Morrison lost his right eye whenhe alent to five passenger tires.B. There is nothing wrong about the

from \ was three days old, has had a use of a tactful approach, and it
"leftish" outlook ever since. F. Goodrich is building a really worked for Jacob. His cour- t&Wuii, tB(1JtdLl.

Morrison has played runner-up to new $1,500,000 research lab- tesy was shown by his seven bows. I

Premium Grains } Attlee in many elections, carries on ville oratory, located at Brecks- His bravery appeared in going out

constant behind-the-scenes warfare' between a century-old Akron and village Cleveland first. His conciliatory attitude YOU looks better groomed with 1

with Bevin. Bevin had the same Ohio. showed in his rich gift to his brother. MoTolineHalrToTiic.Keep3HAIR
unruly hair in place.
war job which Sidney Hillman took Then came a surprise. Esau -IUI.V-Gives lustre. Big bottle,
over in the OPM after Pearl Har- proved to be a loving brother rather ALWAYS only 25c. Sold everywhere.

bor-handling labor relations. How- f..ry than a hated enemy. Blood does 4

ever, Bevin made a better go of it, count, and men do well to respondto
fought grimly and successfully for the promptings of their hearts to of FJIES(1eT

better rations for workers. Mor- be affectionate toward their breth- R/lJ'nNI6Hrl

B rison is a cockney, has a spry sense .

of humor, likes to dance, is head of ,,<::: mi'll'"" JiW'J <{jJ:: ':;::r. ren.Note Jacob's pride in presentinghis ( V/AI ; -

the Labor party in politically potent $ : lffti' +$miB.EGo0 family. God had blessed him '", ',
London. He is also a man of daring, and he rejoiced in his fine children. SHADES NEARLY TO I

had the ancient tradition-encrusted The scene is typically Oriental, but THE Sill PLACETANGLEFOOT

Waterloo bridge torn down becausehe drich it shows an attitude toward one's n, r
found it unserviceable afterwardhad '
family which we could well emulate. FLY PAPER WHERE -
traffic rolling more smoothly Next, a very practical note en- EARLY MORNING
through the center of London. tered into the reconciliation of the UGHT WILLATTRACT

Morrison is a hard ruler. brethren namely FLIES L\\\\
'1 "The Grains Are Great Foods" TO IT.

Bevin-Union Boss. II. Restitution (vv.; 8-11). woRZSA LIKE .. ... .....
I 1l1f.K Ernie Bevin1 is a hard-headed The gift which Jacob had preparedfor CHARM : -

KeUogg's Corn Flakes bring you union boss. ;r*. He hates dictator- Esau was in the Oriental tradition -
nearly all the protective food elements ships but is a dictator in his own and yet it bore also the nature -

I essential of the to whole human grain nutrition.HAKES declared. union, the giant transport 'workers. of a restoration,, something of

I Bevin runs his own- union like that which Jacob had taken from T T
John L.. Lewis runs the mine workers. STRAINS'SORENESSA Esau in defrauding him of his birth-

\ . Outside his union, however, right. FLYPAPER
1t' Bevin's labor practices are more There is a place for proper resti- 1t', the old reliable that never faili.

l'o like those of Sidney Hillman and tution in every case where we have Economical? not rationed. For tale at

fl Phillip Murray. He believesin favorite household antiseptic dressing wronged another by taking his pos- hardware, drug and grocery itoret.

negotiation rather than strikes. and liniment for 98 years-Hartford's sessions or destroying his opportu- CATCHES THE GERM AS WElt AS THE fir '

Bevin took a bad trouncing from BALSAM OF MYRRHI It contains nities to prosper. Becoming a 1" ... '

Winston Churchill in 1926, has never ache soothing of over-used gums to relieve and strained the soreness muscles.and Christian is a forgetting of those ...,-;.........,.. .s.I

forgiven the ex-prime minister. It Take the sting and itch out of burns things which are behind (Phil. 3:13)in ; f > .
was Bevin who called the 1926 gen- scalds, insect bites oak and ivy poisoning a spiritual sense, but not in the ignoring .J 1f
eral strike tin England, a strike wind and sun burn, chafing and of our obligations to others. )1k't'-wr.
chapped skin. Its antiseptic action lessens -
which Churchill dealt a shatteringblow. the danger of infection whenever the What we can make right we must

. Bevin is a forthright anti- skin is cut or broken. make right if we want God's bless-
Fascist Hitler Musso- Keep a bottle handy for the minor
was against
casualties of kitchen and nursery. At ing.Esau
: la l/ lini and the Cliveden set from their your druggist -trial size bottle 351; was generous and did not

inception, was responsible for the household size 651: economy size $1.25. want the gift, but since it would have MALARIACHECt
a c. HANFORD MFG.CO, Syracuse. N.Y.
minded his
tough position party Sole maker of been an affront to his brother to
1 took internationally from 1933 to the refuse, he accepted it. There are IN 7 DAYS WITH I

outbreak of,war. As leader of proprieties in life and little courte- LIQUIDForMALARIAL '

the transport workers,' Bevin con- 0 sies to be observed. Failure at this iJ.
trols considerable of the Labor e r point has created much friction even 666 SYMPTOMS "I IT.

party, is rough on his enemies, gruff between believers. Being a Christian Yakennlyos&reefed

with his' friends, losses his patience should make one gentlemanly and

frequently.To ladylike. Let's remember that!

'' r- get feminine support, the new Then, too, Jacob was wise in put-
WED THURS FRI SAT. labor' government will lean heavilyon ting Esau under the friendly obliga- Do you suffer ,

7:15. m.(CWT);8:151.m.(Evil) a red-headed fiery labor M.P., El- tion which is inherent in the accept- 1,
SUNDAY len Wilkinson. Miss Wilkinson, B-Lfor from MONTHLY "
ance of a gift. Those who are stingy
6:15 a.m.(CWT);9:15: .m.(EWT) p Take
Your Favorite CBS Station is at home in a fight, knows the and close-fisted, about giving to oth-
world, has contempt for Britain'scolonial ers often find that their lack of gen-

policies, is a scrapper from erosity has reflected in their lack of
weak tired ?
the word go. She knows about friends. its ,
It functional periodic disturbancesmako
riots and bloodshed first hand, was CONSTIPATION The time has come for the broth- .you feel nervous, tired, restlessat -

in the thick of the black and tan ers to part, and we find Jacob fall- such times-try this great medicine Com- ....
Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable L
trouble in Ireland, even led hunger ing into his old trickery as he pre- pound to relieve such symptoms.Taken.

marchers on London during the de- No matter how many medicinesyou pares to regularly-it helps build up resistance .

pression. Miss Wilkinson livesin have tried for constipation, III. Return (vv. 17-20). against tomachlc; such tonic.distress.Follow label Also directions.a grand

the Bohemian Bloomsbury sec- we urge you to try B-L with the The portion between verses 11 and /1).l'VEGETABLE

tion, of London surrounded by poets, understanding bring you excellent that B-L results must or 17 indicate that instead of going on 4duL\I.V a nzi COMPOUND

painters, actors and writers; has your money back. Caution: Use in straightforward dealings with
persuaded many of them to pitch only as directed. Esau, Jacob resorts to evasion in WNU-7 32-45''

into labor's fight. Blunt and order to be free to go where he

V I a 14 Y, s forthright, Miss Wilkinson was the would in his return to his fatherland.

first member of parliament to de. Instead of going back to Bethel
the of (Gen. 23)) to ."
fend King Edward's marrying Amer place blessing '" ... i! I
which Jacob had been called (Gen. _
, ican-born Wallis Simpson. In ( l_ J
31:11-13)), he went to Succoth and
one speech she said, "We thatif Help Them Cleanse the Blood
say ultimately to the outskirts of Shechem -
a woman is good enough to be a where his family fell into great of Harmful Body Waste
yd iW Your kidneys are constantly filtering
man's wife, she is good enough to sin. Ultimately, God did get him waste matter from the blood stream.But I.

take her side by him as his equalin back to Bethel (Gen. 35), but only not kidneys act as sometimes Nature lag intended-fall in their work to-remove do-

whatever rank of life intended." IF SO after much sorrow and suffering. impurities that, II retained, may
live the life poison the system and upset the whole
leA Jacob was called to
VERON Another powerful figure in the WATCH OUTThe of a shepherd out in the fields with body Symptoms machinery.may be nagging backache;
new Attlee government will be persistent headache,attacks of dizziness
LAltE tall hard-headed medical profession knows that God, and when he pitched his tent getting up nights swelling, puffinesa
sparse though a person may be cured of common near Shechem he compromised and under the eyes-a feeling of nervous
'Tl'. UoUf' Greenwood, recently minister of malaria they may have it comeback anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
stat of" nmount pBeforeHoer on them. So, if you are once more lost out. Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder
postwar reconstruction. .
Dawn, a well- have in the tragic are sometimes burning, scanty or
t h many feeling tired, run down, pains The incident pictures result -
is one oj eil.iafoc nSe Greenwood was responsible for back and legs, feel weak and bilhous, no of such in our day. Those too frequent urination.
ho and nervous-though chills and There should bo no doubt that prompt
groO what little slum appetite
'd clearance the
powder fever haven't.struck you yet, and you who will not move over into the treatment is wiser than neglect. UsDoan't
io MacDonald Pills.Doan't have been winning
c th
government under-
Inc. have common malaria-it doesn't pay to worldly life want to be close enoughto .
RobbiMoDridgeport. new friends for more than forty years.They
& took. A take bottle of Oxi-
McKesson member of Church- any chances. Try a have nation-wide reputation.Are ,6"
.Co1l1o ill's cabinet, Greenwood dine. Oxidine is made to combat malaria. it so that their children may have recommended a by grateful people tn. ,
TOOTNCMtOWDER never give you iron to help creation of red the cultural and educational advan- country over. Ask your n ghborlI
was known as a radical or a blood cells. If the first bottle aoesn'tsatisfy
will be returned. tages, and soon they find that they
liberal is you your money
a seasoned bureaucrat
Oxidine has been used for over SO years. have lost their children to the world
knows his way around Get a bottle today at your drug store. of their ]
I and have lost the savor l
government, an able talker.
spiritual experience


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..:-.x..x..x .. +> ..o ing filmy lingerie or a rough Brook- CARD OF THANKSThe CLEWISTON COMMUNITY Fred Topper, .the Agnes Graham Cir

lyn Sergeant holding up a lacey black CHURCH cle at the home of Mrs. E. M. Cor-
and trying to decide if it family of Carl Hathcock wishto
Too Late To ClassifyBy nightie would fit his wife. I hope you like thank their many friends for the David O. Hancock MinisterSUNDAY I nette. Time for circles ,3:30 p. m.

i I those gifts because a great deal of floral offerings and expressions of The mid-week prayer and praise

RUSSELL KAY I time was spent in choosing them. sympathy extended In their bereave- AUGUST 26, 1945 I service will begin at 8 p. m. ,This is
Sunday School 9:45
a. m., Dr. C.
lot ment.
love an awful
They must you
E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor a service you don't want to miss.

.......... ........ .. .:..:..) because going on a shopping tour and Carl Hathcock, fatherC. all You will
<<..;..:<< : : : : :N'N: : : : : :O+: trying to cope with that French H. Hathcock, grandfather ages.Morning enjoy every minute of it.

lingo is really something. Gervis Hathcock, auntJ. Worship, 11:00 a. m. A Time, 8:00 p. m.
It has been' a long time since I've Major Bud Keller from Pittsburg B. Hathcock and Kie nursery for small children is con-
columnist and ducted by the Mothers' Club the
presented a guest bought a glamorous red turban for Hathcock, uncles. ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC
this week I'm happy to sit back Community Center.
his wife. It was the typical Parisian -- CHURCH
and let Charlotte Armstrong, USO The Rev. C. G. Johnstone of Mi-
headpiece and towered skyward almost Your Federal Tax f Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor
18 ami will be
back from ; our guest minister. Mr.
entertainer, just I
as high as the Eiffel Tower. _____ \
months overseas, tell you about But Paris wasn't where we spent CalendarBy Johnstone is the president of the r
of her experiences.Her I' Greater Miami Ministerial Association Mass: 11:00 a. m.
.some most of our time. We lived in a
message is primarily for the : Mass, Pahokee: 9:00 a. m. I iI
little German farmhouse less than ( John H. Maloy, Jr., Federal Tax I
and sweethearts of You are cordially invited to
-wives, mothers worship -
four miles from Aachen before that Consultant.)
our men serving overseas although city fell. Our kitchen was the hang- September 10-Withholding Tax: with us.FIRST METHODIST CHURCH

her story should prove of genuine out for boys stationed nearby and Tax withheld from wages during Au- i I W. S. Boaeman, Minister :

interest to all readers. they used to sit around and tell us gust, 1945, if more than' $100.00 BAPTIST CHURCHH.

YOUR MAN OVERSEASBy I about the pies and cakes their mothers payable to an authorized depositary. C. Meador, Pastor j I Sunday School, 7:15 p. m.I" .

Charlotte Armstrong baked. We would compare, snapshots September 15'-Corporate income Worship Service, 8:00 p. m.

Settle back in that easy chair-!I of our families and ,our dogs.It and excess profits tax: Returns due "THE SINGING CHURCH" I :

slide your tootsies out of those I r made' you seem very close to us and one-fourth of tax payable for Sunday School-9:45 a. m. I" ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL

pumps and get all comfy because I f I and we forgot that shells were land- fiscal year ended June 30, 1945. Morning Worship-11:00 a. m., CHURCH

this red headed woman' is going to I'ing all around! us and that we might, One-fourth of tax payable for calen- Training Union-6:45 p. m. 1

- the lowdown on a subject [ never see you again.I dar year 1944 and for fiscal years Evening Worship-8:00 p. m.
? 'nearest give you hearts-your man helped Capt. Peter Brown cele- ended September 30, 1944, and Prayer Service Wed., 8:00 p. m. I Services every :Sunday:: at 8:30a.
; yeour I .
To all 'In m., at Clewiston Community
our community
we ex-
overseas.I 'brate his anniversary. We 'sat a March 31, 1945.
i picture of his beautiful New York Personal Income Tax: Return due tend a very cordial invitation to all I I Church.
spent 18, months in the European I
of Operations with the USO- I wife and their baby son, whom he and tax payable for, fiscal year end- to worship with us regularly as longas THE REV. S. D. MASOl(
!: had never seen, on a table and a ed June 30, 1945. you remain in our midst. We Priest in Charge.
' Camp-Shows which your generous group of us toasted them while Peter Estimated Tax: ,Installment of are. always glad to have visitors and
, I contributions to the National War i
new comers to join us in worship.Our .
fell told us all about the Brown romance 1945 tax payable-Declaration due
to maintain and I
Fund helped ,
with from start to finish.-Bob Epstein and one-half of tax payable, if filing Sunday School and Training
r madly, desperately in love. Not I was in a hospital when I met him, he requirements were first met after Union both extends to all an invita-
:any one man but with the entire American Madam La Rose
I' to be present each and
' Army .1 didn't have an' was quite upset. When his infan- June 1 and before September 2. Sunday
try outfit was going through a small Non-residents: Income tax re- get the blessings which really be-
opportunity to' meet the Navy or demolished_ village he found a beau turns of aliens, foreign partnershipsand longs to each one. Note the time PALMISTSO

:Marines. tiful Grandfather's clock.. His mo- corporations due and onefourthof and be present this next Sunday.
>> After a good deal of experiencein Daily Vacation Bible YEARS EXPERIENCE I
he SchoolBoys
ther had always wanted one so tax payable for fiscal year end-
various countries, I decided that strapped it on his back and marched ed March 31, '1945. One-fourth of and girls, this is your time. We will
{ ;. 'Our own G. I. Joe is the most fas-' have a most joyous time for the next
,: on up the road. About' five miles tax payable for calendar year 1944 It you are In
'cinatingly beautiful hunk of man in from there they ,were met by some and fiscal year ended June 30, and two weeks. Every boy and girl in trouble, doubt

the world. Even those faded pea-! Jerry soldiers so Bob had to ditch September 30, 1944. our community is cordially invitedto or fear, do not

:green fatigues two sizes too large I the clock, which was lost in the Partnerships: Return due and attend every day of our Vacation fall to see this

<. cannot deglamorize him-perhaps it melee that sent' him to the hospital.You fiscal year ended June 30, 1945. Bible School. You must be four gifted lady.

is the egotistical way he squared his have a problem to face when Fiduciaries: Return due and one- years or older by April 1, 1945, be- She will call

shoulders and said, "Howya, Babe?" ;your man comes home because he fourth of tax payable for fiscal year fore you can attend. We have plan- yon and your
or' it may have been the Sir Walter ned for three : loved one by
departments. Begin-
has put you on a pedestal. You are ended June 30, 1945. Onefourthof U
Raleigh attitude he had while help- his life and while he was tramping tax payable for calendar year ners, primaries and juniors. Any of name.No .

ing me stumble into a jeep. Be what] through mud, flying flack laden 1944 and fiscal years ended September the Intermediates who wish can attend -

it may, I get all starry-eyed just I skies, parachuting into enemy territory !- i 30, 1944, and March 31, 1945. in the junior department. Time- I :For one wblte In er trouble colored.fumed ook away.for

:thinking about him.I or shopping in Paris, he was' Exempt corporations: Informa- daily-8:30 a. m. to 11:00 a. m., beginning band sign.NEAII o

became pretty, well acquainted I doing it for you. I only wish my, tion return on form 990 due from Monday, August 27.:
I ., with several thousand males from husband could come home to me, but certain exempt corporations with The circles of the W. M. S. will CORNER STORE

{ 'our 48 states and I feel I know their I he, like many thousands of others, accounting periods ended April 30, meet as follows: The Annie.Arm. South Clewiston

womenfolk too. I have seen so many was killed so that you and I couldgo 1945. strong Circle at the home of Mrs. t
pictures of you and heard so much J

about I felt a bit like a yard-II on living as, free Americans. I I _ ________ _ _______ ,
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So I urge you to hold your heads
stick as boys would come up to me I
a little, higher and know that to some
; wife is about I
i : and say, "My your
,one man_ you are brighter than the
'size, or "I have a sister with hair I .J
If fall off that
sun. you ever pe-
the color of yours, or "My girl
destal, I personally will beat full
''Wears.the. same size shoe you do, l dP
of bumps.
-etc., etc. 1

I, was in Paris a couple of weeks
and almost everywhere I went in I] The inauguration of service from

to shop someone would come over! New Orleans to Kansas City by Mid-

-with a bottle of perfume to ask if| Continent Airlines makes possible a i

I thought their special girl friend 48 hour flying time from Jackson- y

would like it. I wish you could have ville to Kansas City, according 'to an

seen them shopping for you. It was announcement by H. 's. Parker, Jr.,

quite a treat to hear our rough National Airlines vice president.The .

burly combat men sitting in the I
- center of some muddy field discuss-1 Miami Chamber 'of Commerce

ing Chanel 5, Querlains Shalimar;; evidently feels, as no doubt do a '- .

and Schiaparelli Shocking.' But an., large number of other Floridians,
1 ,' even greater treat was to see some that it is to the best interests of Flor- "

>y shy sweet kid from Wisconsin ,buy- ida that the Florida East Coast

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for Saving More Used Fats f

n Right now, the country Is facing the worst fat shortage

since the war began. To help make up the,,deficit, the

i government is depending on the women of America-and u '':. '
L particularly our women Cn farms and In smaller cities. ,. "

i,, Every drop of fat is needed to help make battlefield and : ,'
homthv it essentials. So roll sleeves and do an '" '
up your '.., ,: ,
,an..out job won't you? Clip this checklist as a reminder.
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tyt r.7 exclusively to the production of high-octane aviation -;

a. : gasoline for our armed forces will soon be avail- .

able for the: refining of civilian gasoline. .The new'''' '

I CROWN and 'CROWN EXTRA will be
1. TOED SALT PORK-with milk gravy.Salt pork yields
so. much grease, you won't need it all for gravy.
1y Pour the rest into the salvage can. far superior to any motor: fuel we have ever been

4 + 2. DEEP FAT FRYING-use the fat over and over; but .
I able to offer. You will have these products: shortly: p .
when it's too dark and smelly to use any more,
don't forget Uncle Sam wants it!
: just be manufactured and transported ,
as soon as they can : ;\
,. 3. ROASTS AND COPS-save all trimmings (scraps
'I from the plates, too.) Keep them in a small bowl' ; by boat, rail, pipeline and truck to your 1
once a week melt them down. .

Standard Oil dealer's high reward fora
4. SAUSAGES-they're better if you parboil them first. : pumps-a
Skim the fat off the cooking water-scrctpe the.fat
from the frying pan. little wait. Remember-CROWN and CROWN

5. CHICKEN SOUP-chill it before you use it.Scoop off EXTRA gasolines. -
the hardened grease (soup tastes better,tool)

When the salvage can is full, take it to your butcher : .
promptly. He will give you 2 red points and up to STANDARD OIL COMPANY j
4c for every pound of used fat you turn, in. I

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ported the church services, sung in Eeardsley, HS; C. Field-Click, MH; j I
STATUS OF FISHINGIN the choir, taught Sunday School ELECTION CALLEDBY McLeod, HS; R. Field-Montos, C.I\ Get

classes, helped in the' Vacation i Gds.; :McDonald, B. Gds.; S. Field- !Terminal Stockyards
Church School, and have taken partin Moller, TT: Kennedy, MH. ,
various organizations. Community : Other players not chosen but <
services rendered'by the honorees: given a high honorary mention were: | TAMPA, Aug. 22: -(FNS) West

include Red Cross work Cadet Club VACANCY SEPT. 24I Conkling, HS; Hardage, BG; Dug- 'I I Coast cattlemen, meat packers and
service library assistance. Girl Scout : ger, RF; Young, HS; ,Blount. TT.; business men announced plans this
leadership, and other similar acti- --- Lee, BG; and Waters, RF. I week for the building of a Tampa
(Moore Haven Democrat) vities. I I (Moore Haven Democrat) Games are scheduled to be play- Terminal Stockyards and at an enthusiastic -
Commercial fishermen were givena The committee in charge of arrangements -I The city commission, at the' reg- ed at Sugarland Park} on the follow- I meeting raised 15,000,
bock one morning early last week was composed of Mrs. F. ular meeting Tuesday evening, ,accepted -. ing dates: toward i I the $150,000 needed for the
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when a Miami broadcasting station E. Conkling, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, ,I the resignation of Commissioner -I Thursday, August 23, at 6 p. m; project.
announced that Lake Okeechobee Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mrs. J. W. C. V. Parkinson, tendered the Sunday, August 26, at 3 p. m; Tuesday j I The site selected for the new

was to be closed immediately to Ezelle. latter I part of July' and set September -II III August 28, at 6 p. m./(If ne- I(stockyards, which will be patterned
commercial fishing ,and that a game --------- ,I 24 as the date of the special cessary to go 3 games.) |j after the :Montgomery (Ala.) Union s

conservation officer had declared he HOBO PARTY ,r election for a commissioner to fill outi Following this series, there will '! Stockyards, will be in East Tampa
was to start patrolling the lake at ,_, I i i his unexpired term, until the first be the two out of three game series 'between the Atlantic Coast Line and
once with four boats, arresting any Tho Five C's club entertained at a of August of next year. between the USSC and the Riddle Seaboard Airline Railways.

iteherman caught with more than the hobo party Saturday night at the I I I The commission had previously Flyers, to determine the championship It is estimated that within 125
tag limit of scale fish In his pos' home of Shirley Owen on E. Cres- postponed acceptance of the resigna- of the Glades League. The I miles of Tampa are 750,000 head of
session. cent Drive. Games' were played and tion due to the fact that it was dates and time will be announced cattle, a population of 1,000,000 anda ,

The news spread like wildfire butcould prizes presented to the most origin- I thought possible,another election on later. I growing meat packing industry.

not be substantiated so a tele- ally dressed. Edith Long won the i I the REA franchise might be required. Ten leading hitters with 25 or John Ford, executive secretary of
gram was dispatched by the Democrat prize for girls, and. Frank Conkling': The possibility of such another more times at bat: the Florida Farm Bureau, told the
to the Game and Fresh Water for[ the boys. A buffet supper was I franchise election now appears remote Ab. H. Ave. I gathering that the Montgomery
With Commission asking for infor- served. Club members attending !i and the resignation was accepted Huntermark, SC. 34 12 .352 (Stockyards made that city a"Mecca"

mation. Apparently there was a I,were Carline Berner, Jo Anne ( Tuesday night and the date McLeod, SC. 45 15 .333 for farmers from Alabamaas
two-day victory holiday in the office: Crouch, Mary Louise Thomas, Shirley 'set for the election. Baker, HS 40 13 .325 well as some sections of Georgia,
Friday morning, too late Owen and Edith Long. Miss Jo !j Collins, RE Mississippi and Florida. 't
for it was '\ Candidates for the post will be 48 15 ..312Conkling I
tor publication last week, that an Anne Long and Tommy Radford assisted selected 'in the same manner as fora HS 43 13 .302

answer came through from I. N. the hostesses. j regular election, by petition signedby Kennedy, MH 43 13 .302 RATIONINGCALENDAR
Kennedy: commission executive secretary Other guests were Kathryn Dyess, ; ten or more qualified voters filed] Hardie, C. Gds. 36 11 .297 .

saying, "There has been no Annette Hoffman, Grace Ward, with the city clerk: at least a week Young, HS 27 :8 .297
change in the operation of Lake Anne Winney, Jo Ann Erler, Gene i' prior to the date of the election. The Harbin, HS 41 12 ..292McDonald I _
and Bub Mills, Gilbert McLeod, Russ ;
Qk echobee. candidate must then file his accept- BG 28 8 ..284IJEAGUE MEATS and FAYS
Owens, Raymond Trice, Homer
The news article from which the ance and swear to an oath as a qualified Red
Hand, Howard Kepple, Ben Bolton, StampsQ2
broadcast was obviously taken is said I elector within five days before STANDINGS
Charles Benbow, Sammy Young, I R2, S2, T2, U2 now valid, expire -
to have appeared in Tuesday even-I I the date of the election. Thus Sep- "". L. Pet. August 31.
Stanley Wright and Frank Conkling.
ing's Miami Daily News which has tember 17 would be last date for U. S. S. C. 16 2 ..888C.
I V2, W2, X2, Y2, Z2 now valid, ex- .
This 19 .
no circulation in this county. filing a petition and September Gds. 10. 7 ..588C.
article stated, 'according to reports, ATTENDS MEETING I would be last date for qualifying. H. S.. 10 7 .588 pire September 30.

that the game conservation officer -' j Registration books will also be Clewiston 6 8 .428 Al, Bl, Cl, Dl, El now valid., expire -.
:had declared that since Lake Okee- Mrs. Luther P. Brown has just I open on the weeks beginning Sep- Flyers 6 1 .353 October 31.

chobee is controlled by the Salt Water returned from Lakeland where she tember 3 and 10 on Tuesdays, Thurs- BG. GDS. 5 12 .294 Fl, Gl, HI, Jl, Kl now valid ex-
Fish Commission and not by the attended the camp meeting for the I days and Saturdays from two o'- M. Haven 4 10 .286 pire November; 30.

fresh water commission, an appeal Assembly of God Church for the past I clock until five o'clock.mas Sugar Stamp No. 36 good for 5
tad been made to the Supreme ten days. Mrs. Brown reports a IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID pounds, expires August 31.

Court and a ruling obtained that the very spiritual gathering with Rev. I I .
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lake was not salt water and should Hammond from Memphis, Tenn., as but remember that there'll be -
thus be governed by the fresh water guest minister, bringing the mes- j i millions of them still over there -

Commission; that he was putting'jm' sage both morning and evening. when Christmas rolls around. The
four boats to patrol the lake and Visiting pastors from other churches ,same rules for mailing packages

pick up any fisherman, commercialor delivered the afternoon sermons. will still apply. Packages must be Flamingo Brand

otherwise, with more than the bag Rev. Howard Bush, directed and Rev. '!| properly addressed, of a certain size. .

limit of scale fish. -. James H. Cain, assisted. and securely ,bound according to in- I

Such an edict would doom the trap /( formation which will be given you I I DAIRY FEED .
fishermen on the lake and virtuallYend BRIDGE CLUB MEETS :by the postoffice. And they must
'- be mailed in the period between Sep-
the career of the seine fisher- i I
man who would be reduced to catch-. I Mrs. W. C. Owen was hostess to tember 15 and October 15, during Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
Jng only catfish..APPRECIATION. :I her bridge club Wednesday afternoonat which time they may be sent with- '
I her home on E. Crescent Drive. out written request. Maybe next
-N DINNER'HELD Mrs. C. J. Nielson won the prize for year this early Christmas shoppingcan Manufactured Florida for ,Florida Users
AT COMMUNITY CENTERAn high score and Mrs. Owen held second -' be forgotten but let's not forget
high score. them this year.AllStars I

appreciation dinner, held In Guests were Mrs. Nielson, Mrs. ,, You Can't Buy A Better Feed
honor of those temporary residentsof Otto Larsen, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, !- Take- t..
Clewiston who have attended or Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Mrs. J. E.
worked in the Clewiston Community -. Beardsley, Mrs. R. M. Bishop and i\ DEHYDRATING PLANT IN
(Continued frou: page 1) MOORE HAVEN ,
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle.
Church during their stay here, I
honor of managing the team with
was given at the Community Center
the able and needed assistance of
on Tuesday evening, August 21. I With Our Boys-
veteran Luke Owens. Quoting the (N. J.)
The members of the church fontln'ied from Page 4) words of Collins and Owens, "It

various organizations took this means I rang out from the tone of these two would take a toss of the coin to determine MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA 9

to express their appreciation letters it was rather a quiet celebra- the best ten players out ,of I II
Interest and service given to the tion among the service men. To the squad of 21." Other membersof 1LN I

church by those who for various reasons them it was a signal that they could the team are: I
may soon be leaving Clewiston. plan on being home sooner than 'anticipated 1 Catchers-Ruhlander, RF; Ball, :NONNONNN;..NN:..:..:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:tiN, :N:N:N:N:N:M:N:..:N:N:..:N:Nr N:N:1NNN:-+:NNNN.N NN't..

Those honored included persons con- and for good. Theirs wasa MH:; Pitchers-Gamble, RF; Har-
:nected with Riddle Field, the Prisoner feeling of thankfulness rather than bin, HS; .Albaugh, C. Gds.; 1st

of War Detachment, the construc- celebration when the news came. '!''Base.-Baker, HS; Malone, C. Gds.; Increased Quantities Of I
tion .
companies erecting the starch < i' 2nd Base-Hallock, RF; Woods, C.
plant, and others the nature of whose It may sound a little foolirh to Gds; 3rd Base-Pape, HS; Hawk-

work makes their stay in Clewiston'' talk about mailing Christmas ack-) ins, MH; S. Stop-McTdavish, TT; Genuine
Chevrolet Parts
temporary. ages to boys overseas this Christ- Hayes, TT; L. Field-Donnelly, RF; \
The meeting sought to express
part of the debt of gratitude which ---

the church and the community owe i Now Available I

those who have attended and sup- Primer ,
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