The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01063
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 31, 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
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:01063
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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.! Final Cadet Club Election To Be Held

School Registration Will I Party Wednesday City '\

! Be Conducted Next ,Friday that The the Cadet final Club Wednesday officers night announce party In Clewiston On Tuesday..

for Riddle Field cadets will be held .

First Classes Will Bec.Held r Neil Williamson next Community Wednesday Center.evening It is hoped at that the Charlie Miller To Ci Three Commissioners To

r On Monday. Dies By Own Hand 1 I there present will as be dancing a large.partners number and of girls that Give Flying LessonsCharles I 'Be Chosen By City

Sept. 10 J After Auto Crash this last party can be made the most -- ElectorsThe
successful one' of recent months. It W. Miller, long-time resi-
is planned to have an orchestra dent and pilot In the 'Glades area, is
voters of Clewiston will to
Quentin Evans, new principal of i Neil Williamson, 40, a resident of 'present that evening. now devoting his entire time to go
the of'next week September
polls Tuesday -,
the Clewiston High School for the! Clewiston for several years as an I The club will be open as usualI classes in flight instruction and In
4, to choose three new city
coming term, states that a registration I employee of the United States Sugar I I over the coming week-end and the crop dusting. He is particularly interested '
commissioners, two of whom will
% of students will be held next Corporation and a zone superintendent following week-end. Since the field in organizing a class of
nerve for four terms and the
Friday, September 7, In order that'I at Lake Harbor until two I: is closing on the eighth it is likely ladies to train as pilots.At year
other for a two term.
regular classes may be started at the that week-end will mean the closingof present Mr. Miller is finishIng year
t of the week position I I which done : Onlx four candidates are qualifiedfor
beginning following the Cadet Club has so a group of 15 or 20 young pilots -
Monday, September 10. ({ Producers, shot himself, fatally, much to provide recreation and refreshments who are now soloing and the race. Included in this four
The teacher shortage is still rather Wednesday after crashing his car for service men visitingin eligible for private certificates. They are the three incumbents, R. Y. Pat- '
acute despite the signing of thre.I into a bridge near Sebastian. Clewiston from Riddle.. Field and have been receiving instructions for terson, M. W. Bigg and W. C. Owen.C. .
r teachers this week but :Mr. Evans i, Deputy Sheriff Glenn Snodgrass of elsewhere. the last six to eight months. A :, A. (Mutt) Thomas is the fourth

x In contact with several for the various Vero Beach who was called to .Sebastian group of aviation enthusiasts from ]I candidate.

grades and believes that a com- by the crash report was I Child Smothers In Moore Haven are among Mr. Miller's I: The two candidates receiving the
plete faculty may be obtained before wounded in the arm by the spent students. He will be located at the largest number of votes will be elected -
school opens. I bullet as he and a road patrolman Sleep At LaBelle airport if any prospective pilots I for four year terms and the candidate -
Miss Alyne Gardner: of Cave City, approached the car. would like to contact, him. Mr. Miller I receiving the third largest
Ky., was signed this week as music No other details have yet been -- holds all licenses including air- I number will be elected for the ,.two-
t teacher. obtained, his sister-in-law, Mrs. M. (Hendry County News) craft and engine 'licenses and is now year term.
Miss Ruth Dugger of Bendenigh, H. Peers, and family having left Two-months-old Ralph Wayne in his 20th year of flying with a Voting will be done in /the Community -
Va., has accepted a position as Clewiston early this morning to attend Cumbee died Friday morning, smoth- record of nineteen years in the air Center, and polls will open at'
at physical education director for girls.I the funeral in Fellsmere but'I ered, when he became entangled in with a clean slate. I eight o'clock a. m., and close at
Miss June Barker, who has 'pre I the time of- services has not bee a rubber sheet while asleep in his Mr. Miller also has charge of the seven o'clock, Eastern War Time.
viously taught in the grades here, announced. crib, according to ,Dr. C. E.: Weaver, Clewiston airport. The election will be conducted by
bas accepted a position as teacherof Surviving relatives include his I I who was called hurriedly to attend the following officials:' Judson V.

one of the primary grades. wife, Mrs. Lucille Williamson, the him. The body was taken by his George Beck Is Francis', clerk and Mrs. R. M. Hare,
Yet to be filled are the positionsof former Lucille Hampton ,who taughtin t: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cumbee Jr., and Mrs. W. L. Lott,. inspectors.
coach, science and English in the Clewiston schools for several! ] later in the day to Zolfo Springs First To. ''StartPostWar Named as alternates to serve in the
High School and'three grade schoolteacher years and a brother in Texas. (Continued on Page 8) event some of "*'2 -JJrst group are

*. I Building' unable to serve ago:-__s. G. B. Rack-
All teachers of Hendry and Glades --r--- I II straw, clerk, Mrs. G. H. Small and

1: County will meet here next Wednesday -\ I George Beck, who recently received Mrs. C. M. Pirkle, inspectors. -SUnder .

F. for a bi-county organization Prisoner of War% Here the franchise for the Ply- I this election plan a majority .' .
meeting. There will be several mouth-Chrysler agency in Clewiston, !i 'of ,the commission memberscome ,
speakers from the State Departmentof this week became the first local busi- up for re-election at, each biI ',
Education and the purpose of the ness man to begin construction of a'i l I annual election. Every registered .::
meeting, arranged by Miss Jeam business building. .'voter should sufficiently interest :-
Moore, county supervisor of the hU,' To Close Next Saturday The building, of concrete block'I himself or herself in the business ..:...
counties is for a pre-term planning construction, is being erected ad- affairs of the city to cast a vote in :. ,p
conferentf"J l jacent to the Sinclair Station which I these elections.All .
The following day, on Thursday, ,I Mr. Beck now operates at the cornerof l four candidates are well known "
September 6, the teachers of the I Highway to communi .Thefihfee ,
I Contract Terminated By San Benito and Sugarland I nIl voters of the ", ,.' i
r New Electric -
Clewiston school will meet for an Shop ,._ at the east end 'off&s: present: iucurnbents- 1"Save each served '
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important. faculty; meeting... ; Iis I 'Opened Here / 'U... S. :S. for Use building. It will be fifty-five feet I several years" on the commission. Mr. ". ,
> in frontage and twenty-five feet deep, I Bigg is treasurer of the United'States
Of Prisoners will be finished in white stucco and :'Sugar Corporation, Mr. Patterson
E. C. Byrd, of Tampa, has openeda follow the general architectural planof vice-president in charge of transpor-,
shop here and will do, electrical Announcement was made yester- the station as closely as possible. tation of the sugar corporation and
WAR EFFORT ARE contract work, repair of electrical day by Capt. Dwight Field, com- This building will house the display Mr. Owen is president of the Clew-is-
apparatus, and will sell light fixtures manding officer of the Prisoner of room, offices" and parts departmentfor ton Realty Corporation and the Clew-
and appliances. His shop is located, War Detachment at Liberty Point, the new agency which will ope- iston Hotels Company. Mr. Thomas i
t FETED BY KIWANIS temporarily in packinghouse build- that orders had been received to rate under the name of Beck Motors is a newcomer to City politics but .
ing at railroad._ close the camp here 'on September 6 Back of this building will be erecteda has been engaged in extensive and .
Mr. Byrd is a member of the and move on September 8 to Green sheet-metal room _approximately successful farming operations in this J.......
4 d The Kiwanis Club had as its American Institute of Electrical En- I: Cove Springs where the prisonersand the same size to be used as a repair area for many years.
I guests//' at the regular meeting at the gineers and has had a number of I the military personnel will be shop.
t Inn Wednesday evening several citi- years experience with Tampa Electric attached\ to an established camp All muck on' the site is being taken
zens who were members or chair-I Florida Power :Corporation, i there. off and will be replaced by sand to 74 CADETS RECEIVE
man of organizations recognized for Florida Power and Light Company I 1 Several of the soldiers stationedat give a good solid foundation. The
their local contribution to the war I and was most recently connected the camp have married since arriving concrete apron in front of the sta-
effort. I connected with Stone-Webster Utilities I in Clewiston and Capt. Fieldhas tion will be extended to the end of WINGS AT RIDDLE

Rev. David C. Hancock, pastor of Company of Beaumont, Texas. I given these men the right to the building.

the Community Church was the I I transfer to the Belle Glade PW FIELD SATURDAY
speaker of the evening and his talk if they so desire.
with the I camp 11N. .N:..:N:..:NN. :11:N:N:N:N:N:1.:NON. ...:H.N:N:NN. :N:Ni11. _
was concerned a resume of
DRIVERS' LICENSES I The exact number of German
service performed'by the invited I : prisoners, at the camp at this time is Air Commodore E. D. H. Davies,
i 11 guests fifter a list of these, and their : not known but is estimated at be- Remember When ?--- Senior Air Staff Officer of the RAF '
I a contributions! were; read by N. V. S. WILL GO ON SALE tween two and three hundred. These .. delegation in Washington, presented '
, !l Mumford.The By Frances Nail 24
F prisoners have been working under wings to the members of Course
4 women who were responsiblefor contract to the United States Sugar Saturday at the final wings paradeand
the successful completion of TIed I AT JUDGE'S OFFICEThe Corporation since the camp was established :11NNMN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNI-NNNN1 addressed the cadets, the staff "

Cross quotas as chairmen of the I I on February 22, 1944, to of Riddle McKay field and guests.
various committees and Mrs. R. Y. sale of automobile drivers' licenses help relieve the help shortage in the ((Taken from the files of the Clew- "America and Great Britain na- '
Patterson as chairman of the local will begin September 4 in the '([cane fields. Their work was pri- iston News of August 31, 1928.) turally have differences of opinion,
i chapter were commended highly for I i'office of the County Judge in La- marily cultivation, work 'and excel- By a strange coincidence the oldest such as commercial rivalry," he commented -
their worJby: Rev. Hancock par- Belle and may also be obtained in lent results were said to have been file that we have of the Clewis- "but we've learned to understand -
ticularly those who carried on when Clewiston at,' Sugarland Service Station obtained. ton News is of the year 1928 and the I each other and have formed "
helpers were scarce to finish up!i The Liberty Point plantation village weekly paper 'came, out that year on friendships that will last." He
quotas assigned them and said that: Patrolman R. E. Hamrick will 00 was converted for use"by the the same day of the month as it is stressed the need for friendship between .
they must feel a great personal here every Saturday afternoon to sugar corporation and the operationof this year of 1945. At first this I the two powers and suggested
satisfaction in knowing that their conduct examinations for those who the camp was at all times. under colum"n may seem like it is strictlyfor that the cadets maintain the friend-
I bandages garments, etc., had serv-,I wish' licenses but who have not, the terms of the Geneva Convention. pioneers of Clewiston but we' ships that they have made while in
e ed our fighting men well on the:I heretofore, had Florida licenses. NoI I Only a comparatively few prisoners hope that all of you comparative Ithe I States after they return to their
several battle fronts. (I will like town well homeland. He commended the ca-
I I I examination is necessary for those attempted escape from the camp new-comers our t
( The members of the Selective::j now holding Florida licenses. and with one exception all were soon enough and stay here long enoughto dets for their bearing and drilling
Service Board, the speaker said, deserved -' This y.ear the cost of chauffeur's found and brought back. The first find your names in this column.If I precision and advised them that ap-
i all the praise which could be;, licenses will be $2.00 and all other escape was made by a prisoner who you like the nostalgic memories pearance and bearing will prove important 4
given them for the terrific job which i j operators will pay 100. The pre- hung .himself near the levee a few these old news items bring back I whether their future lies In
I t L was imposed upon them of selectIng -t ivious practice of granting junior miles from the camp.It please let us know for we are sure the RAF or civilian life. .
men to serve from the county in j I operator licenses has been discon- is understood that the contractfor we will hear from those who don't I He stated that over 12,000 British -
the services; knowing they were" tinued and drivers in this age group the use of German Prisoners of like it. I cadets have been trained in the' 4,
separating men from their families,I fourteen to six'teen. will be listed as War was terminated by the sugar On August 31, 1928'Louis A. Morgan -i United States; seven thousand British -
perhaps sending them away never to I operators and will pay the same corporation because the prisoners was the publisher and Tom I cadets and five hundred Amer- t
I return. This task, he said, was pro-I j amount. They ,will be subject, how- were used solely for cultivation work Smith, the editor of the Clewiston! ican cadets in FBT schools and over '
bably the most necessary and most:! ever, to certain restrictions. and the cultivation of crops has now News. The Sugar organization was i 2,000 at the local aero college in ,,
disagreeable of the many war jobs i Patrolman Hamrick says that he been completed for this season. The then the Southern Sugar Companyand : the last four years. f,
i. ;, taken on by civilians but the local I has been gh.en'ol'ders that thereI contract would ,automatically have this copy of the paper carrieda I Davies said that although there .
board members had shouldered this I shall be no excuse for not obtainnig terminated on September 30 but hada tribute to the company from the I had been no definite plan set up for
11cart-breaking task without com' driver's license before October 1 and ten-day cancellation clause. State Industrial Survey for their. lower classmen to complete their
plaint and given a great deal of:\ he will begin checking drivers on Under a new set-up not knowinghow operations. Two moonshine stills I training and secure their wings, they t
personal time without remuneration October 2 with full instructions to long the PWs will be left in this with total capacity of 460 gallons have the option of enlisting for seven
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at a time when their own business : enforce the law.. country, contracts are now made by were seized by: Sheriff Dan L. Mc- more years, four of which would be f I

!" duties were more demanding than LI I I ____. __ _________ ( the War Department' only for ninety Laughlin. The bank was advertis- in the reserve. The pilots, who re-
1 i ever before. "I j I days and since the sugar corpora- ing safety deposit boxes for rent. J. ceived their wings, will continue with ..
, To the ration board as ',! might be properly apportioned tion is, faced with the necessity of E. Beardsley was even then advertising higher training In the RAF., 4
and to the chairman C. E. 1\Uner.1! among all the people, had been building up a labor crew which will the productive land of the I The Air Commodore closed by
r fl particularly, Rev Hancock expressly -I handled here with a minimum of last through the harvest season it Glades. The laundry was actually I thanking the members of the staffof
I ed the fervent thanks of the community -!I trouble due, largely, to the commonsense was felt to be a poor gamble to fig- asking for business. Riddle McKay Aero College for
1 for a job well done. This I 1 administration of his duties by I I ure on use of the prisoners. According to predictions Clewistonwas their kindness and cooperation in
', r most thankless of tasks, in which the chairman. There Is also a muddled situation well underway for a business'I training cadets for the RAF and t
the toes of almost everyone had, at 1 The Cadet ,Club chairmen came in relative to the 'use of off-shore labor boom 'in those days and C. V. Park- commented at length on the hospitality -
times to be stepped on in order that for their share of thanks also for the thin Sear for Congress has made no inon made the following statement, I| and friendship of the AmericanI
vital food and material shortages:! Continued, on Page 8) 'CortzcJ an r ;e 8) : .C(Continued on Page 8) I I (Continued on Page 8)) t'.Y
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CLEWISTON, ,OM3IUXITY I Sunday School-9:45. a. m. each Sunday evening in the -future. days after the Nips surrendered. I ates a 1,500 acre truck farm and Is
CIIUKCH Morning Worship-11:00: a. m. Services have been held heretoforein The sugar plantations look mighty just completing a gigantic new-
David C. Hancock:, Minister Training Union-6:45 p. m. the Library at the Community good and Mr. Moran tells me that packinghouse and quick freezing \
Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. Center. the organization has just about com- plant. Everglades farming is prac- \
SUNDAY, SEPT. 2, 1945 Prayer Service Wed., 8:00 p. m. pleted Its big starch mill, which is ticed on a mass production scale and I

.Sunday School. 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. The mid-week prayer and praise I .:N N N1tiNM..:.:..: ANN:HM:NNN..N:...:Ni scheduled Ramie to begin operation shortly. farms range from 300 to 3,000 acres, ;:1
!B. Gericke,, superintendent. Classes service will begin at 8 p. m. This is wNNNN plantings are increasingand all highly mechanized and operated
a service you don't want to miss. a new decordlcating plant to under skilled production men.
:for Morning all ages.Worship, 11:00 a. m. A You will enjoy every minute of it.I Too Late To ClassifyBy handle ramie fiber is being built.! Swinging over to the East Coast,

nursery for small children is conducted Time, 8:00 p. m. I Growers are enthusiastic over the we spent the better part of a day in
by the Mothers' Club at thenmunity KAY prospects this crop offers and a Broward County, where growers are j
< Center. ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL RUSSELL large acreage is being developed.At setting out their seed beds and State
chest speaker.,at this service will CHURCH .. .. .. .... ........... Belle Glade we had an oppor- 'I (Continued on Page
Richard D. Dodge ')f'Niam <+: ))):;;:: : : : .x.: : : : : ) tunity to inspect the operations of
tZwj the Rev.
Services every Sunday at 8:30 E. H. Borchart, one of the largest 8)E
You are cordially invited to worship a. m.,' at Clewlston Community Temptation blew into my office I independent operators in the vegetable {
Church. last week in the form of one Vernon production field. Borchart oper- .
with us. I I. THE REV. S. D. MASON Ramsey, an extremely likable chap _ F. Deane Duff
priest in Charge.ST. who hails from Suffolk, Va., and\ -
ekes out a more or less honest livingby REGISTERED REAL ESTATE
W. S. Bozeman, CHURCH selling crates, baskets, twine and I BROKER \

P. M.,-Church School. Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor other packing house supplies to \ Look to theFuture I Glades, Ilendry and' Palm Bench I
7:15 ,
fruit and vegetable ,folks. County Loads for :More! Than \
'8:00 P. M., Regular Worship. --- With the gas ban lifted Vernonwas 23 Year.
'The"Methodist services will be held Mass-9:00 a. m.
making his first Florida trip
Church. This Is Pahokee 11:00 a. m.
5n the
I since Pearl Harbor and when he offered -
me half of the front seat of
services were I
his for swing through
gas buggy a
brary. All are invited 'to come and IN COMMUNITY CHURCHRev.
I South Florida farming areas In return I
'Uljoy the fellowship: the "companion GULP LIFE INSURANCE 00.
W. S. Bozeman, pastor of for my so-called \
Methodist Churches of Moore Haven ship" I took him up, even though I ---
FIRST BAPTIST Pastor and Clewiston, will conduct regular knew I was getting the best of the I G. Nottingham Agents,
H. C. Meador
Box 6527 .P
Sunday evening services next Sun- deal.
"THE SINGING-CHURCH" day at the Community Church and Starting from Tampa, we bourn : After The War Clewlston .. FloridaJohnson's I
I eye-ci south,, stopping for .a lo-ok at j;i
,. Paul Dickman's Co-op development \
t- at Ruskin. The farms are preparingfor I You Will Want To

a big seasonpacking houses are I ,

Pasteurized MilK being ,put in readiness to handle a
Build A Home Fish Camp
heavy movement and I was surprisedat I I .. \ j I I'
the progress that has been made (Near Hurricane Gate) \ I

And Cream here. It certainly speaks well for I I I Clewlston, Fla.
Co-operative farming under good Boats and Motor*--Guide Service (. .
management. Rates Reasonable

I ; Now available to local patrons from your to While visit in Rube Ruskin Allyn we, former took time editor out It Will Pay You To W. H. Johnson, Mgr. i 1'7'I
\ home dairy. I and publisher who established the I

first pamper in Sarasota. He now lives Lots :..H..X..H..X..H..H..X..X.*HMH..X":..:..:0 i
Call 133 for Delivery Service. Daily Delivery the life of a hermit at Ruskin and Buy Your FORTAXICABS :
I hides behind the doggondest beard I I.
i you can imagine. When I asked him NOWCLEWISTON :_:: j:

about his chin spinach he said he :k DAY AND NITE SERVICE ..i..
II grew it to ward off colds and sore, ; '
[ CLEWISTON DAIRY throat, claims he hasn't been troubled -i ::: PHONE 18FLOWERS ::

I with a cold since he grew it several Y'..."..".."..".."..".."..".."......"..".."..".."..".."......"............,.....:...:...b.;..
years ago, says the whiskers j :: A. H. KingSurf I protect the glands in his throat and I I If

neck. Rube says if we would, all I '
f throwaway our razors and cultivatea I
r mess of whiskers we would be a 'I Cut flowers for (delivery here or
I lot better off. On the basis of his REALTYCORPORATION I for delivery anywhere in U. S.

philosophy it would appear that the I l, I by; wire.
womenfolks are sort of out of luck, : MRS. J. M. FOUNTAINDay

Cottages unless ladies. they happen to be bearded I': I Phone 82 Night Phone 148-W

Continuing south through' Palmetto -! -
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I i Bradenton, Sarasota, Punta' :':N:N:N:N:N:N:N N N:N N:N:N:N:N N:N)oV :N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:M:M:N:H:N:N:N:N N N:N N:N:N N:N:M
f I Gorda and Fort Myers, we found ev-\ hI

i :. .' -" erything hustle and bustle with the
1 /' '9 MILES NORTH OF PALM BEACH crop outlook good in all 'areas and I I Radio and Electric Service ; l '

.. .A farmers busy with their seed beds;
packers were renovating'plants ; --
and preparing for a bumper season. x f
.''; We swung over to the lake, stop- :;: Home and Auto Radio Parts and Tubes :;:
ping for the night at the ClewistonInn. y:

Here I had a nice visit with Jay :;:. For All Makes :;:
vacation at local beach resort: Twos
Spend your your I
s! Moran, Sydney Crochet, Bill Lanier x .f.
Hotel Rooms Dining Room and other officials of the U. S. Sugar .
room efficiency cottages _
Corp.-Lanier has just returned I
{1 1Cocktail Lounge. from a fishing trip down on the Flor-|i I ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES :;: ,
''.0-, I ida Keys. Said he was at an isolated ** t
fishing camp with no radio and no I I !* Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures -' Wiring ::_::
SUMMER SEASON STARTS JUNE 1. communication, with the outside

!( world and the war had been over |! ALL WORK GUARANTEED i
1 For Reservations three days before he knew anything

Write 623 30th Street Call 8940 about tried tp it., present The garage ration man coupons where had he ;|!t GEO. WEAVER and T. J. CASON ;;

to explain to him that they were not
:: WEST PALM BEACH needed any more. Bill says he is I I :>:: Telephone 163 :;:

probably the only guy in Florida who I'v

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? A quiz with answers offering ?
This Chap Got the Bird

NO TIlER information on various subjects ?
'A certain fellow had p bit too .

f much to drink at a party one hhhtCChhc ..Mhhhhthhh(1.. ci. hhhhhhhhhhhc -hhMhh

night, yet to the surprise of his The Questions The Answers
housekeeper managed to get home

safely. e8 1. What is "soft tack"? 1. Regular bread.

"How did you find the house so.' z nn a 2. What is a funambulist? 2. A ropewalker.

easily?" asked the woman. 3. Where is Timbuktu? 3. In French West Africa,:on tha

"You're so nearsighted and, it was 4. According to Webster: the cor- edge of the Sahara.
unusually dark out last night." rect word for standing in one corner 4. Cater-corner.

"My host lent me 'a lantern so Company Dinners ZYz cups cooked tomatoes diagonally from another corner 5. From 9 to 30 miles up.
v I' could see without difficulty." ZYz cups water is what? 6. Seventy of the 96 senators are

A little later in the day, the fellow Easy to Prepare 2 tablespoons chopped onion 5. To fly in the real stratosphereone lawyers, and 239 of the 435 representatives -
Even'on 1 teaspoon salt must reach what altitude? !. .
received a note from his host Slim Budget
1 teaspoon chili powder 6. How many lawyers are therein 7. One who repairs garments.
of the previous evening.
Mix meats; add egg, milk, rice, 1 the 79th congress? I 8. Some are fresh because the
"Dear Chum, it said, "will you teaspoon chili powder and salt. 7. What is a bushelman? I inflow and outflow of water keeps

please.return my canary and bird JR: Form into small 8. Why are some lakes not salt them fresh and does not allow the
cage which you carried away with lakes 'I '
1% inch balls; salt to concentrate.
last night?
you brown in hot fat.

I $) toes Combine, water toma, onion z Unit Shelves Easy to Build to Fit'

CLASSIFIED XS }dxPr and seasonings.remaining Almost Any Space in Your HomeBy I

f DEPARTMENTSEEDS Bring to a boiling
point and drop in T Ruth Wyeth Spears
chili balls. Cover; cook slowly 11h
PLANTS ETC. dimensions of all the straight pieces. Alsoa
hours. Chili powder may be omit- complete list of materials required and
Cabbage SEEDS Carrots-1041-45 Onions CROP Pepper and ted if desired. illustrated directions for each step in the
Tomato Seeds. Write for prices. Warren Mint Grapefruit Ice. construction. the units. To get this pat-
Seed & Plant Co., Carrizo Springs, Texas. A tern enclose 15.cents with name and address -
S (Serves 4 to 6) o and send direct to:

MISCELLANEOUS 1 teaspoon unflavored gelatine
grapefruit juice, cannedor '
GIRLS WHY PAY $25 OUNCE for perfume I 2Vi cups Bedford Bills New York
? :Make your own for .SI. Sell It fresh
Drawer 10
for $5. Particulars and formulas $1. I
LOVENCO Box 40G Roanoke 3, Virginia. Yz cup water 3'i ONE Send 15 cents for Pattern No. 270.
% cup sugarPeppermint OR MORECENTER
flavoring UNITSMAY Name
Green coloring FITftNTSPflCEDEEP Address
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fruit juice; combine water and sug- NO SHARP CORNERS

ii :J J :JIlen Green beans take on extra appeal ar; stir over low heat until sugar SIMPLE MADE RIGID curs WITH AND NAILS EASY AND CONSTRUCTION MODERN GLUE

e p ,when prepared with shrimp and a dissolves. Add softened gelatine;
curry sauce. They make a colorfulas stir until dissolved. Combine with WHETHER you have a house Photographs EnlargedMail

--- well'as noint-free dish for dinner grapefruit juice and add a few your own or whether you

!''I"' :,, guests. drops of peppermint flavoring and move often, unit book shelves are us any size picture or nega-
: 1 5C green coloring to make a delicate the answer to many a problem. tive and we will make for you an
,'., ,..'.' TRIPLE Company dinners on a slim budget They be scaled to" fit almost colored
SIZE green. ,Pour into freezing tray and may 8x10 photograph beautifully

10,1f ? Yes, indeed, they're ,possibleeven freeze until firm. Pile into grape any space; you may add to themas in oil,mounted in handsome

, :;i"i"I WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY in these times. Your companywill fruit shells or tall glasses. needed and they may be shifted easel frame. Complete cost $4.95no
get poetical about economical from one place to another according deposit required. We return

I .) dinners if they're well cooked and Company Dinner Menu III. to your mood.. They may start your original picture unharmed

.1 : attractively served. '' Poached Lake Trout in the living room and end in the with your enlargement C.O.D.
j : You can make meat go a 'long Slivered Carrots with children's room or in the kitchen. 25 years'continuous service

: You CAN relieve way but still have lots of flavor if Boiled New Potatoes The units may be divided, multi- STRICKLAND FILM CO.

you turn out a Broiled Tomatoes plied or used in various combina 141 Wollon SI,N.W. P.O.Bojc.498
dish of rice and, Biscuits with Honey and Butter tions. Atlanta 1, Georgia
meat balls, Pickles
! ATHLETE'SFO Olives You need no special skill to make the
: x dressed in its Regal Pudding three units shown. These well proportioned
% f best with cucumber Beverage shelves were designed especially for amateur
homecrafters to make with the
80.6% of case lily garnishesand 'Poached Lake Trout. simplest tools. A compass saw will cut the
01 showed clinical im a nest of Serves 6) curved shelves of the end units. Becausethe U XOlivia
," 1 0 provement after only parsley. Or, try a shelves were designed by a home-
:. 10 days treatment completely point- l-pound.lake trout maker, a simple method of constructingthem
: with SORETONE ia in the Yz milk with no open dust space at the bottom .
I' free meal cup
1. impartial, scientific ,
: % was worked out and special thoughtwas
:)\\r:: test Green' Bean and Yz cup water given to the width and depth of
Shrimp Curry. 4 slices lemon shelves so that they would have the maxi
k Desserts do not lack for appeal. Yz teaspoon allspice mum usefulness and still be made of
SORETONE stock sizes,of lumber.
; Fresh fruits, now in plenty, can Yz teaspoon salt .
I:: make a beautiful platter all by 1 sprig parsley
:/ 1 Made by McKesson t RobbIns 2 medium white sa ,ce .NOTE-Pattem 270 gives a full size
themselves; ;; and then, there's a variety cups shelves
Sold with money tick piirutci pattern for the curved of these
,' of 'desserts that ,can be Juice of Yz lemon book cases and large diagrams with
I whipped 'up with sugar substitutes. 2 hard-cooked eggs, chapped
.; I, 0 50 and $1.00
f'" Company Dinner Menu I. Place cleaned fish in .killet or

I" ; Chilled Orange Juice long pan; add combined,, milk, water Ancient CeremonyA
r' '," Green Bean and Shrimp Curry lemon slices, de N aIL pl

Molded Fruit Salad spice, salt andCover ds
,ceremony 5,500 'years old is y of the WasnesrKO
Iced Tea Hot ''Rolls Relishes 1
I }!If' Lemon Chiffon Pie '$ w' and parsley.cook for 20 till being carried on yearly in Tooth PO fCsjox =

t B L 'Green Bean and Shrimp Curry. minutes. Careful Egypt when, in early October, the
;;;;" Take for (Serves 5 to 6) --.4'- ly remove to plat- flood waters of the Nile are meas- that s Old poWPE
2 cups cooked string beans ter. Combine ured. Now a holiday, the occa- caBuy
I 2 bacon sion marks the amount of rich
tablespoons drippings white lemon
loam that is deposited by the
2 small onions
chopped juice and hard
CONSTIPATIONNo 2 tablespoons flour cooked eggs; pour over fish and waters, increasing the fertility of War Savings Bonds
*"';2 2 teaspoons curry powder serve at once. the land.

1 teaspoon salt

matter how many medicines Vt.. teaspoon pepper
II ,you have tried for constipation, 1 cup water
I we urge you to try B-L with the 1 cup cooked shrimp, cleaned
understanding .that 'B-L must Drain cooked beans, reserving

K bring you excellent results or liquid. Melt drippings in saucepan, .yt.u .' v ''. 4rf SPRAINS AND TRAINS
your money back. Caution: Use add onion and cook slowly until -

:i only as directed. browned. Remove from heat, add ?A\MuscuIar Aches and Pains Stiff Joints Bruises

flour and stir until well blended.

Add curry powder, salt and pepper. 'K /f//t

I I- Add bean liquid and water. Cook : -

VIOME'f3Bto52'' until slightly thickened, stirring con
stantly. Add beans and mix well.
i : are you embarrassed byjJOTFIAS Cook for 3 minutes, add shrimp and --

: ; $? serve with hot, fluffy rice.
Company Dinner Menu II.

1t 1 Hot Vegetable Broth Crackers Irs fun
t 'Chili Meat Balls Mashed, Potatoes no 7

; x If you suffer from hot flashes Green Peas and Celery
I: feel weak, ,
,p nervous hlgnstrung, Cucumber-Lettuce to haveMALARIA
Salad Rolls -
,. a bit blue at times due to the functional -
' ,: "nllddle-age" period peculiar toY 'Mint Grapefruit Ice
:;' : women-try this great medicine-Lydla.
, ': E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound to 'Chili Balls. Cool as a sherbet is this grape !
I ,, relieve such symptoms. Plnkham's (Serves 12)) fruit mint ice served prettily in
,, -, Compound HELPS NATTTEE. It's one of
1 pound ground beef grapefruit shells-a perfect ending
.,'.: the best known medicines for this
:.I" purpose. Follow label directions. 1 pound lean pork, ground to a warm evening dinner.

/ 1 beaten egg .
-- I Cold Sliced Meat in Aspic. )

;,_, WNU-7 33-45 Yz% cup cup uncooked milk rice (Serves 8) -'TAKE .

. ,1 teaspoon chili powder 1 envelope plain, unflavored gelatine
2 teaspoons salt Y cup cold water
f \Yz cups consomme, highly seasoned WI

Back Hui ts*; Yz cup cooked peas
';; 1 cooked beet, sliced

, And Your Strength and Lynn"SaysS.TRE.TC 1 hard-cooked egg, sliced IC :Zli27:2e% 71:4J

Slices of ham
.I Energy Is Below Par the Meat: With
,;; It be caused by Slices of chicken or veal
I' may disorder! of kidney civilians getting only about one-
:, function that permits poisonous
.'-. waste to accumulate. For truly many half the meat of former years, Soften gelatine in cold water ana
!,:' ., feel tired, weak and miserable CAUSE OF MANY DISORDERS
people the fail economy in its use is the watch- dissolve in hot consomme. Pour a FOR THE
when kidneys to remove.excesa
k"r", acids! and other waste matter from the word. Do it this way: thin layer into a mold that has been
I "a- blood. Serve meat in stews but extendit rinsed in cold water. When it stiff '" This package contains a combination of minerals produced
: You may Buffer nagging backache; Nature alone with artificial ingredients
and by no
F. rheumatic pains headaches, dizziness with noodles, dumplings and ens, arrange on it decorations of s': nor man-made drugs. When you mix it with your
I r getting Sometimes up frequent nights, leg and pains scanty, swelling.urination vegetables. the peas, beet, and egg. Cover with drinking water, according to directions and drink Crazy

: '\ with smarting and burning Is another Extend ground meats with cereals a little more of the gelatine mixture 1 Water day after day, you join millions who have attackedthe
of their troubles. Gently but surely Crazy Water
j' that is
sign something with
wrong such oatmeal cornmeal which has been allowed to stiffen skin
;' the kidneys or bladder. as stimulates three main cleansing channels-kidney
r' There should be no doubt that prompt bread and cracker crumbs. slightly. Dip other pieces of the and intestinal elimination. Crazy Water brings positive
, Is wiser than benefits in faulty elimination the cause and aggravating:
'treatment neglect. Use .
Doan's Pill It la better to rely on a Stuff cuts like heart, breast, decorations in the aspic and set \ 1 yt factor of rheumatic pains, digestive orders constipation. r
. medicine that has won countrywide approval etc., with your favorite dressing.Use them against the chilled sides of the excess acidity, etc..Get a package of Crazy Water Crystal I
than on something less favorably at drug store today.
these stiffened
mold. When
'ft- known.Doan'i have been tried and test- the soup bones;;, shanks, ,
ed many rear,. Are at all drug stores. knuckles, and other inexpensive, fill mold alternately with slices of

Get Doan t today. bony cuts for rich-flavored soups. the ham, chicken,and thickening as cb3: JVater c:1T465: ;
Combine leftover meats, pic. When firm, unmold on a bed of 1"DST :

Di ground, with potatoes and other lettuce leaves. Garnish with radish
vegetables for hash. roses. Slice for serving. ',
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them 'ever more' scarce in every lo I I
instruments could be obtained. They warranted such an' honor from the ];i meeting
News cality. by giving the devotional and
The Clewiston j
obtained music which ladies! !
were and the Joe Elder led
The community will miss these In prayer. The minutes -.
resulted was said to have been far Really, you know, anything we
and the last
boys and their families greatly I meeting were read'by
better than could have been hoped did to help was nothing more I
Published every Friday! in ClewJston, will wish them luck wherever their you the class secretary and treasurer ;
: Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS transfer may take them. for from a visiting orchestra. The nor less than repaying you for all of W. A. Montgomery. He reported! .
IDC. ladies wanted to pay the cadets but your kindness. Anyway we all en- I that the cost of class room and
I they were unable to accept the money: joyed ourselves immensely at your furniture
that had
We understand the SugarCorporation's been paid. R. H.
Entered as second class mail matter II diamondball team and it was placed in the Cadet Club dance. I Crawford extended an invitation to
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In treasury Then the ladies ,decided How many times since I have
Clewlston, Florida, under the Act of which has played hot ball during the the class to meet at his home Friday
I !March 3, 1897.CAim I second half of the summer league, I to present the cadets with an iden- been back in this country have I I night, September 14.
tification bracelet graduationbut thought of Clewlston the Cadet Club
upon ,
0 Following
was bested by the All-Stars 2 to I, the business a social
one of the lads had committed a and those grand ladies who "dish
2 to that series. But many hour was enjoyed.
SETTLE:, Publisher and 1 for Mrs. Giddens,
feel that the championship is not flying faux pax and was on his way out" two lettuce and tomato and one 1,assisted by Mrs. Montgomery, served
Subscription Rnte-9.2.50 Per Tear back England. Mrs. J. E. Beards-
yet determined and will not be until to club special, ice cream and cubed pumpkin pie a la mode and coca
Advertising Kate On Application. Riddle Field and the Sugar Corporation ley: as president of the Cadet Club fruit (not forgetting the glass of colas to Rev. H. C. Meador, Leon 4.
and sent the bracelet to him and the following frozen apple juice.) I }*.
winners of the first half Bembry, Ben Bolton, Sr., W. R.
wel. second half respectively, meet in a letter of appreciation was recently Mrs. Beardsley; and the ladles of Broadrick, ,P. D. Robbins, Arch
Devoted fare of Clewlston to the advancement and Hendry;and County. series. There is still time for such received by her: St. Martin's Church, I could never !Hodges, Joe Elder, R. H. Crawford,
I a ,series to be played before the clos- Dear Mrs. Beardsley: express myself on paper but I hope C. W.. Curtner, Larry Walden, Frank
This note is, of course, to thank! you will realize just how sincerely I I Porter
ing of the field and it's to be hoped C. M. Giddens, G. F.. Sersons,
that it will be arranged. you and the ladies o't St. Martin'sEpiscopal thank you for this especial thoughtand i and W. A. Montgomery. An invitation -

HAT! ; DiTORf L Church for ,the' beautiful your many other kindnesses to } was extended to all men who
SSOCJATI N If we keep getting more air- bracelet which "caught up" with me me and to others like me during my do not attend classes elsewhere to "
minded we'll be taking lessons from yesterday. I was very agreeably sur- happy months at Riddle Field. I meet with the Men's Bible Class
prised when a package'was handedto May God bless .' / :
it. you.Sincerely
Charlie Miller before we realize every Sunday morning. The meeting I
-- Tuesday afternoon we went with me with a Clewiston address line yours; closed with a prayer by Mr. ;
on it. Immediately I started to con- Gordon E. Blandford. I
George Beck to finnagle a ride out Curtner. !
jecture what was in it-I failed. ----
I of Hank Middleton who had just !
On The HouseBy finished working over his Waco. All The unwrapping was quite excit- MEN'S BIBLE CLASS :MEETS I JACKSONVILLE, Aug. 29 -'-:
I n;
ing, paper, etc., and then a label
the bugs worked out, apparently -
were (FNS-A boom
j season is expected;
D. C. S. I for we went to Belle Glade rather saying "Contents-bracelet" which The Men's Bible Class of the First
this at the for most
year markets
leisurely, turned tail to the wind and worried me quite a bit. Then, of Baptist Church met at the home of ,
When we were chosen by the Kiwanis were back over the Clewiston air- course, I came ,to the bracelet itself Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Giddens for their Florida crops, William L. "'Wilson

program chairman ,for recog- port In six and a' half minutes. And and' I was astonished at the beauty' monthly business meeting Friday : director of State, Farmer's Markets,
nition as an outstanding contributorto we can remember when that distance of your gift. All this time I was still night. Arch Hodges opened the said.
the war effort we accepted the took a good half day. in the dark as to who had remem- I i
invitation extended to attend the But the local airport could stand bered me in such a wonderful way. '

dinner Wednesday evening with some work on its runways as one of It seems that the censor had hidden 1

some misgivings for our contribution, the top priority post-war projects. your letter in the wrappings and I : .
whatever it might have been, was spent a few minutes standing in the
recognized simply as being in the I middle of the street carefully undo- Announcing the CI. I
I _______ _____ ,,,,,,,, . .
line of duty of all newspapers to :": : : : : : : :":0'":": : : : : :": :":": : : : I ing all the paper wrappings. WhenI 4... '

their country and community. Certainly had read your letter I felt really 4 r
we couldn't see ourselves on elated to think that I, and the other OKEECHOBEEELECTRIC '..:: .

anywhere near an equal footing with With three or four, had been such a helpto

those who were giving lots of time you wonderful people that we '

and effort to serving, such thankless COMPANY'
jobs as ration board or 'selective Our

service board members, war bond Boys *****.:
chairmen and sub-chairmen, Red

ers Cross, etc.workers, service club work- 3t in theService Seems To Me ,CLEWISTON MOORE HAVEN

And even after all the bouquets .....-........... .(:
thrown to us by Dave Hancock, l t
the Kiwanis meeting we still doubt By H. Clark Bell (,. :

seriously that we are entitled to them . that the 83,000 foreign work- House Wiring Electrical Repairs '

but we are .deeply appreciative and ers who were imported from Bar- All Types Lighting Fixtures
we shall certainly make constantly
bados, Jamaica, British Hondurasand
I greater efforts to prove worthy of .. :.;--.X+:" : ":--.c..:...:.: Mexico should be sent home as Appliances
those nice words. A country editor
soon as possible. With reconversion .*..! .. ..
attempts! to thicken his skin as muchas :-: :-* :
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson have daily adding to the list of unemployed -
possible to ward off the barbs
received word that their son, Sgt. and returning service men bring-
which come his way so is rather unprepared Guaranteed Work Reasonably' ;Priced
Richard M. Patterson, has enrolledfor ing the total still higher we should ,
to cope with the bouquets.
repatriate these workers fast as
a three-months course at the as
Anyway, thanks again. -: : : : :
ships be found to them.
I I University of Florence (Italy) wherehe can carry
American jobs for Americans.
is now stationed. This univers- l
It is another shock this week j
I I ity is recognized as one of the finest
soon after learning that Riddle schools in the world and he was one . now that a new process has P. O. -Box,488, Moore Haven '_ -
Field is closing, to learn that the 'I been perfected for removing the high
of the very few, and the only one in
Prisoner of War Camp at. Liberty percentage of edible oils from avo :
his bomber
group, selected for this
F Point will be moved the 'same day. cadoes that brings ,its price in line ':; ( ,
training. He will receive credit at
Many of the soldiers stationed there ,i i any University in the United States with other edible oils_ produced from E. C. 'BYRD, Manager
have vegetable matter ,a new business is
their time here
during mar- .
for this course when he returns MEMBER OF AIEETheNewFORD
ried girls in this area and Capt. home and in the offing. Florida avocadoes
resumes his college course.
Field, commanding officer at the t average from 20 to 40 per cent oil I

camp,' has given them the privilegeof Back last spring the ladies of St.Martin's and it should be worthwhile in- I Ir. II

remaining by transferring to the Episcopal Church planned vestigating.the. I I
Belle Glade I
camp. a dance and, at the last minute the National Housing Agencyis
Removal of the Prisoner of War I!.I orchestra failed to show up. From going to try to do something for i.

Detachment will mean that soon the I Riddle Field came a group of cadets, the family who can only afford $20

sight of a uniform will be a rare I among them four musicians by pre- to $40 a month rent. The plan i is

thing In Clewiston but, for that mat- vious training and occupation and to provide homes at a small down
ter, the ending of the war will make !they agreed to furnish the music tfthe I payment on a plan whereby the con Is Now In ProductionWe

------- ---------- -------- tractor can get his price in a short

.:.:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:-:;.:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.: :..:..:..:-:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:., enough period of time to make it are now taking deposits on new
for him to without
possible operate
l tying up all his capital and without_ cars to be delivered as available subject to I

running up costs to the buyer rationing restrictions.GET I' .
through discounted mortgages at
Sleep Well when fancy interest rates. It is estimated

400,000 such houses must be built IN LINE NOW ,

r per year to furnish adequate hous-

ing for families in that bracket. We Be Among the First To Own A New _

could use some of them right here. ,
Wind BlowsSEE . Price Administrator Bowies .:?.r; r FORD s:'

has a lot to live up to in keeping his I

promise to retain 1942 price levels !

for such items washing machines, Hendry County Motors .
aluminumware, autos and electrical
appliances. If wages and ma'terial
costs are higher now than then-and Ford Sales and Service

they....apparently are-how can the PHONE 93 CLEWISTON, FLORIDAr
BEARDSLEY INSURANCE Agency. manufacturer sell them for the same US

price? And if he can't sell them at
a profit you can rest assured he a
1 -,
Phone 66 27R2 ;
; or won't make them. ',

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:N: :M N: X X"XX MN, :..:..:.. .... . LUNCHEON DINNER )
N M N N N N N N N M M N N:N:N:N N N N f . people are forgetting that the I

need for blood donations did not 7:00 TO 0:30 A. M.- 12:00 TO 2:00 P. M. 6:30 TO 8:30 P. JM. I
stop with the surrender of the Japa- I

nese. Increased veteran hospitalization -
has reportedly increased the de-
i mand even above that of the actual CJLlEWITSTON[ INN 1

fighting days. I
. the lifting of gasoline rationing ,
has injected new life into the DINE AT THE INN I' ,- '

state highway patrol. Capt. Olin '
: Try A Complete Dinner At Hill, acting patrol director, warned FOR GOOD FOOD i ii

that the lifting of rationing and the i r
restoration of the speed limits of pre-
war vintage driving laws will be en- Steaks Fish Fresh VegetablesMeet i'I

THE CANEBRAKE forced "more than ever." With a I
lot of hardboiled MP's returning I I

with which to expand the force, it I
looks as if we'd better be safe than

$1.25 and Up sorry., Your Friends In Our i

. Governor Caldwell isn't being -

: Service, from 6 to 9 o'clock Short Orders the quite federal consistent government when to he abolishor wants COCKTAIL LOUNGE :

9 till 1 11:30 1 reduce the excess profits tax yet { I I
states that the recent state taxes I "',
levied on cigarettes, beer and whis- Open 11 :00 ,A. M. to 2:00 P. M. 4:00 P. M.

Air Conditioned key are to be permanent. Apparently =-
To 12:00
J he wants the federal governmentto

let us have a little more moneyso
he can take it away from us. -

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to<<<. -< ':("):-<-<"X.-:+:-<-to--< :-<':':-
':Is the house guest of her daughterand Miss Renee Wethington, Mrs. Lela ,
: son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Garcia, Mrs. T. E. Markette, Miss Schult House Trailer
Christian, at their home in Sugar- Wanda Shelter, Miss Evelyn Lee, *

1t TERSONALand SOCIETY I land Park. Mrs. Josephine Casori, Miss Ruth A.4 condition, good tires,
Prince, Miss Betty Townsend, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry and Barbara DeVane, Mrs. Gertrude Sewing Shop on South

I John returned Tuesday from twenty- Bowes and Mrs. ,Ann Clarke. Atlantic. .
1 Itc
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I east. In New Orleans, La., they met BEACH PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Woodward are I Capt. and' Mrs. Richard C. Granere I with their son, Billy, who is stationed -

visiting in Sparta, Georgia. I and"two children of Miami spent the' in Gulfport, ,Mississippi, and visit- Anne Prewitt and Rachel Miner FOR SALE Studio",
week-end in Clewiston visiting I' ed there for several days; in Blakelyand were hostesses recently at a beach
Mrs. Otto Larsen and Mrs. Clar- friends and Mrs. Granere's sisters Damascus, Georgia, they were party at Fort Myers. The usual pic- type piano Kohler-.

s ence J. Nielson are spending two days I Miss Lois and Miss Ruth Prince.; I the house guests of relatives and the nic fare was served to the guests Campbell in excellent
! last week the' ;
in MiamI of trip they spent on constantly. The group was accom-
Mrs W. E. Bolton went to West I the beach at St. Petersburg. Miss panied by Mrs. J. A. McGeliee, Jr. condition.. 375.00: Mrs,
Mr. and Mrs .A. O. Ward returned Palm Beach Tuesday and brought Kathleen Lewis of Tampa nad Miss! Guests were Shirley Benbow, Na-
Wednesday from Jacksonville, Cynthia home from the Good Samaritan : Bessie Lewis of Blakely, sisters or dine Andrews,' Bob Metcalf, Dean Bjornson, 602 E. Osce-

\ where they have been visiting I Hospital when she was discharged Mrs. Perry, accompanied them. Kepple and Volney Robbins. ola.
following a recent operation. I I Itp.
*' --,- i i With money saved at Toggery
.. 'Mr.: and Mrs. W. A. Montgomeryand I FOR
,' Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Giddens All baby goods half price at Tog' Shop buy WAR BONDS. SALE: -Bedroom,

spent Saturday in I West Palm Beach. gery Shop sale this week. i i living room dinette WANTED-To buy or
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1 Charley Garrett* USN, was the' Mrs. G. E. Etherton and daughter BIRTHDAY PARTY MONDAY miscellaneous ,furniture, rent, furnished or unfurnished -

week-end guest of !\Ir. and Mrs. Glenda Sue, returned Sunday
Glenda Sue Etherton celebrated lawn house. Peter
I from Tampa, where have been mower. F. Veltri
I Br Garrett. .', ,.. C'I they ,
'r .t'" ? herj| fourth birthday anniversary witha
visiting Mrs. Etherton's mother, at
.. I Mrs. F. R. Maxwell. Mr. Etherton party Monday afternoon, August 300 E. Ventura. 1 Itp Chagaris George'sGuest
Miss Edythe Nell Cornette attended 27. Glenda Sue is the daughter of .,.
went to Tampa for them. I House. S7p.
'. .a(beach party at Miami from Friday -I Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Etherton. A FOR SALE Lawson .
through .Sunday. color scheme of pink and blue was I,
Miss Dorothy Knight, who was
carried out in the refreshments and sofa
two matching
formerly associated with the Unit up-
The sale at the Toggery Shop ed States Sugar Corporation here, appointments. Games were played FOR SALE-22 Foot
, and Bonnie Faye Durrence won the holstered chairs two
continues. all week. ma-
i left Monday for her home in Jack-
House Trailer with toilet -
..,-- prize.. Mrs. Etherton was assistedat
-- sonville after a few days visit herewith end tables
the party by Helen, Christine and baby
'W.: H. Rayburn has purchased the Mrs. G. H. Mazzina. and bath $550.00See ---
R. C. Granere residence on E. Os- II June Espenlaub. bed, crib and mattress,
\ Others were Bonnie Faye, Donna
ceola Avenue. Miss Annette Maples of Bowling Sidney Strickland
_ r_ : Green is spending the week here Gail Martin, Martha Christine Hare, high chair, nursery chair.A. *
II :Margaret Louise Cato, Nancy Sims, Moore Haven Fla. 1 tp
Mrs. William Vitus have! with her sister, Miss Alden Maples. ,
Judy Francis, Martha Jean Nowlingand D. Richardson 3.00
returned ,
, from Chicago, where they Alden spent the week-end in Bowl- Marilyn Hancock
spent ten days. ing Green and Annette returned to block Sagamore. Box
___' ; ( ,
I I Clewiston with her. FOR SALE 7-room
Cfra. 1 Itp
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thompson and --
I CLUB AT INN: : and l three
BRIDGE house
Hank are back from a two weeks'vacation Mrs W. P. Conley, Miss Ruth I I -- garage,

at Bradenton. Conley, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Conley : Mrs. Carl Johnson was hostess to FOR SALE bedrooms. Three doors
and baby have returned after a Living
, her bridge club Wednesday after-
:; Miss Peggy Jo Smith spent the' week's visi in south Georgia. Walter noon at the Clewiston Inn. Mrs. R. room dining room bed- from school on Osceola
' ; week-end in Avon Park with her 1 Jackson of, Rochelle, Georgia, returned C. Wilson won a pair of ,crystal
r1 I r mother, Mrs. Charles Smith. home with them. candle stick holders as high prize room furniture. Crib, I Ave. Will sell furnishedor

I and Mrs. D. G. Alston received bath unfurnished. be
r )1 Mr. and Mrs. B.>J. Schroeder and Mrs. Marvin Mann and daughters I powder as the cut prize.. high chair, playpen, Flor- May

I I"j, son, Joe, are back in Clewiston after of Jacksonville have returned to I Guests were served fruit salad and I heater. N. J. Bishop seen by appointment. In-
their home there after ence ,
'I spending a vacation on the beach at spending iced tea. The list included Mrs.

t Bradenton.Mrs. weeks ,here as the house guests of Wilson, Mrs. Alston, Mrs. H. R. Hall, 312 W. Trinidad St. 1 Itp quire News office. tf.
Mrs. S: P.
Slonaker A.
and Mrs. M.
Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. G. E. Pit-
Carlos Gill and daughter, Thomas.Mr. zen, Mrs., R. M. Bishop, Mrs. J. W._ I ,-
Diane, of Fort Myers spent the week- Ezelle and Mrs. Otto Larsen. I
end here with Mrs. Gill's sister, Mrs.R. I and Mrs. F. Carl Long and

.' C. Nowling, and Mr. Nowling. daughter, Miss Jo Anne Long, are MRS. FOY DURRENCE IS FLIGHT INSTRUCTIONOf
I going to Fort Lauderdale Beach Sat BRIDGE CLUB, HOSTESSThe
.''I:Mrs. Hubert Land and daughter, urday. Mrs. Long and Jo Anne will All Kinds In Preparation For
r Shari, have leased a cottage at Fort I remain for a week and Mr. Long Friday night bridge club was
'\ ,-J Lauderdale Beach and are enjoying will return after the Labor Day holi entertained last week by Mrs. Foy Private and CommercialPILOT'S

vacation' ,, there. / I day. Durrence. High prize, a set of
bridge tallies _and score pads', was LICENSESClass
'Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mr. and 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn have: won by Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. W. H.
Dix S. R. M. Bishop and Mr. and,.lrs. this weet moved into the house Lanier:' received box of notepaper
W.: C. Prewitt were week-'end"'Lvjsi-' 'formerly owned by, Mr. and Mrs. for second high and Mrs. Joe Hall Now Being Organized

tors at Fort Lauderdale Beach. John Kettl, which they have just was presented with a glass place
purchased. The Kettls in turn mat for cut prize. Cinderella cake, CHARLES W. MILLER -
Miss Carmen Roland and Miss bought .the: Lovvorn house and have lemon sherbet and toasted pecans 146-J
Mary-Mathis of West Palm Beach moved into their new residence. were served to Mrs. R. C. Nowling,

visited their families here over the --, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs.A. I

I f week- 1d.I -- Ward's Anne, Winney is leaving, cousin today of for Grace West Lanier.- W. and Lawrence Mrs. ,R.Mrs.M. Bishop.Mills, Mrs .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..
I Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs. E. E. Palm Beach, where she will visit --- :
Kelly and Emma Jane Ezelle were I until Monday and then will continue FAREWELL DINNER PAnTY

I among the visitors in West Palm on to her home in Jacksonville. I 111 Own Home i if
Own Your
I Beach Tuesday. Grace is accompanying Ann to West A large group of friends. sur-

-- Palm Beach and she will enroll in -I
Bargains in clothing, jewelry, etc.,I Rosarian, Academy there.
i at the Toggery Shop sale. I :ant Wednesday night. It was a fare- :%: Pay like rent after small down payment on these :::
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ruhlander and well dinner honoring'11rs. Dwyer, :

1 4 :Mrs. Wm. Barkhart is leaving this I baby left Friday for .Illinois, wherehe I whose husband is associated with two-bedroom duplexes, and three-bedroom. houses, located ?:::
:, week-end tOG visit her parents. in Baltimore will be in business. Mr. Ruh :Riddle Field and will soon be leav-
Mr., for a few weeks before r lander, after nine years in the army, J ing Clewiston. ::2.. in Moore Haven. *s
joining Mr. Burkhart in Oregon. secured his discharge before: leaving I Included in the gathering were :
V -- I Clewiston. He' lead; been stationed See Miss Camner at :Moore Haven Hotel on September -

Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and at Riddle McKay Aero College here y
'I ::: 1 from four o'clock P. M.: until September 2, four :!
Dink have taken a cottage at St. for several years, with the rank of 1 2
Augustine Beach for two weeks and Warrant Officer.Mr. 1 .:. o'clock P. M. .:.,

are leaving Saturday. :::
and Mrs. R. L. Richardson RENTALS ALSO ARRANGED :;
Mr. and Mrs W. D. Wylie and have returned from ten days visit :: :!:: .

children, Ronnie, Janet and Judy, with relatives in Rogersville, Term-: 1::..:NN-.:..:..:..:..:..:NN:NHN1..:..:..:N:NHN, :..:NNN, :....:-:..-N:N----..:..:.-:-:..:N:..:..:..:..:NN, :..:.....
are vacationing! at Fort Lauderdale Mrs. Richardson's brother, Kennetn MATINEE 3 P. M., :KITE 7-9 P.M. -- -
Beach. I Bloomer, returned with them and -- \ !II""III'IIII' IIIIIIIIIIIII, II""I"IIIIIKM illi"llll1111K\1 ''''''''''IIIIII V&III''IIIII''II'' '' I''I'' IIII''III'' rt.IIII'11IliW'' .
1 Week Beginning Sept. 2
will visit here for two weeks. Mr. y r
: :Mrs. E. M. Cornette and Sue, Miss 1 and Mrs. J. D. Leftwich accompaniedthe y
Sun. & Mon., Sept. 2 & 3 y
Clem Robinson and Miss Grace Richardsons on the trip and visit-
Knight were shopping in Miami on I ed friends and relatives in Bristol ii i iy
Ik. Friday of last week. Virginia. KATHRYN M. CARTER

; i I
j Miss Janet Hirsch, Mrs. Eugene ; Buy your Christmas gifts now at :s: I

Hirsch and children, Alice and Peter,i the Toggery Shop sale. I I '' I dealer inPERSONALIZED J' .:.
of West 'Palm Beach, were here Saturday srr m.o X

visiting friends. I Beder E. Nail, Jr., CMOMM, ar-I'i JOHN WIWNEw. + '

rived Wednesday morning for several i .ANTHONY QUINN EOiDI I FRANQbElL! STRONG :: ::
.JMrs. H. J. Oglesby returned home days visit here with his father, B. ludtm I Prtftui toLoT FELUHS D....d/C UO CUCITI ,
Saturday from several days in the E. Nail, Sr. Beder has been con- Cartoon-News

St. Mary's hospital in West Palm valescing at the Naval hospital in EXTRA-"See! Miracle of Radar" .
: Beach. Jacksonville. He is at present on a r, COSMETICS'f

thirty day leave and has been visit- Tues. & Wed., Sept. 1 & 5RHO
0 Pfc. Egress Suggs arrived Sunday ing in Lakeland with his mother and :*?: "'ill make individual skin analyses for powder and face :;:
after docking in New York City last daughter, Mrs. B. M. Nail, and Wilma y .y.
demonstrations at the
Tuesday night aboard the Queen Faye, and his sister, Mrs. Ar- : creams ;and give yy :
;; Mary. thur Thornton in Winter Haven. y yi1i
; :.. -
:' -
,J ; ,J Cpl. and Mrs. Clyde Stephens, have Lewis Blount, S 2/c, Homer Hand, i1i CLEWISTON f
).if where he is stationed, after spending i Friday to return to their base in ti ::
,r< a week here with Mrs. Stephens parents Bainbridge, Maryland, after a short HABIO rl4ruRcCartoon
i :: Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brantley.Mr. I leave spent here with ,their families.] i BEAUTY SHOP J

I Mrs. R. J. Blount, Billy Blount and !: I1!
:'. and Mrs L. C. Nipper, Mr. and Miss Betty Stout accompanied them Thurs. & Fri., Sept. 6 & 7 ,
Mrs. H C. Conley of Lake Harbor, to West Palm Beach, where ihey "HOTEL BERLIN"
't. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rogers of Pa- boarded the train. Fay Emerson Raymond :Massey

-t hokee were the guests of Mrs. W. P.r Cartoon News i September 5th 6th & 7th ::1=
r,: Conley on Sunday.Mr. Dr. and Mrs W. M. Neal of Knoxville ..
I .. (j
Tenn., were here this week on Saturday, September 8th : y:
and Mrs. R. C. Nowling and i business. Dr. Neal, who is Associated y ::
"BRAZIL"Roy : You invited to avail yourself of this service :
Martha Jean are leaving this ,week-I with Security Mills, was here on Rogers-All-Star Cast !: arc
end for Sunset Beach at St. Peters- ,an inspection trip to the Starch Factory Caitoon-"ZORRO" No i NmITI1TI1TTJWJ v
burg, where they will spend their He was formerly on the "mnmi
vacation. 1 i I julty at the University of fac-l l as !! 11I11I11I1 \\\"llll llll lfll ';:\! II"llllllll I. IIIIIIIII"rN! !11lljflllilI, \ "


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Prosperity demands cof us I The little things we doare
more prudence and moder'ationthan SUNDAY; Lesson

adversity. .sins ) e>ailuuLiLirniu

Nothing is more simple than By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. 'D. Our inmost crvb.racte.rrevedirvf couple of doorstops, screwed To clean artificial flowers with
Indeed to be sim- Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
greatness; Released bv Western Newspaper Union. ; into the legs of a table facing a out using water, place them in a
ple is to be great.Emerson.He wall, will prevent the table from
And Plover paper bag with a handful of salt
is a fool who cannot be throwing bumping the wall and marring it. and shake well.

angry; he is a ,wise man who I Lesson for September 2 I on the street -.- '", -.-
._will, not. I Betrays lick l oF A teaspoon of.lemon juice addedto Water hanging plants with ICE
texts selected &
An Irish philosopher says the only Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by InternationalCouncil each quart of water in which cubes 'to prevent spattering. But 1

way to prevent what's past is to put I of Religious Education: used by finer Feel : rice is cooked, will make the rice do not place cube near center ol 'aJ I

a stop to it before it happens. permission. t\\.CCA n9t; whiter and more fluffy. plant.

Long ailments wear out pain, JOSEPH'S PLACE IN GOD'S PLAN : -.- -.- 1
and long hopes joy.Stanislausof
Screens are comfortable, but Empty salt bags, after being
Poland. LESSON TEXT-Genesis 39:20.23: ; 41:14- they don't afford much privacy. washed in hot suds, can be usedas

Genius, as an explosive power 16 GOLDEN, 25, 4143.TEXT-Seest' thou a man dill. (I'0 ? Fool the neighbors. Paint the in- individual shoe bags for store

beats gunpowder hollow.T. .- I gent In his business? he shall stand be side of the screens with a thin ing evening slippers. Or, they can
H. Huxley. fore kings.-Proverbs 22:29. white enamel. You can see out but be slipped over shoes to be packedfor

WNU Features. they can't see in. 'a journey. ..
Does it pay to trust God? Does 1
He know about the sorrows and the I I

. Your Baby May Have troubles of His people? Does He Upset StomachRelieved SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLE I]WORK I

have anything to do with the affairsof
Reason to
Good Cry In 5 minutes or double money back
the world? Men are asking such
After a night of lost sleep it ia hard to When exeesi itomaeh geld emnget painful,inffoeat Canary Design to Embroider [
questions in our day, and we have tng gas,soorttomach and heartburn doctor owaEy
., be patient with baby; but maybe poor prescribe the ttatat-icting medldnu! (known forsymptomattereliefmedielnealike '
baby Buffered from sting and burn of the answer in God's dealings with 1 those I n BeU-aru To obtain six transfer
designs for the
Tabuta. No laxative. Bell-ana bring comfort in *
Mezsana, the
diaper rash. Sprinkle on men in the past. jiff 7 or doable year money back on return of bottle Canary Towels (Pattern No. 5244)). color
soothing medicated powderrelievethis to 01.Lie at all drogoliti..GRANDPA. chart for working, illustrations of
misery. Family favorite for itch of The story of Joseph is fascinatingfrom stitches
used, send 16 cents in
4 minor ekin troubles. Demand Mexsana. almost any angle, but it holdsno address and the pattern coin number.your name
truth than that
more important '
Av : Due to an unusually large demand and
p ,
honors God in his life
the man who current war conditions slightly more timeis
will be honored by God (I Sam. NOWthanks required in filling orders for a few of 1

SNAPPY FACTS 2:30)), even in the hardest place, yes, the most popular pattern numbers. j

and in the highest position. Send your order to: ,_

alH Joseph appears before us in our i


RUBBER 1 1 I. A Prisoner Prospered by God to this1IGfENFRGY P( 530 South Wells St. Chicago.
Enclose 16 cents for Pattern.
J?' s, (39:20-23). TONICt
('; 1
It is surprising how often one finds No.__.__ :1
Older people I If you haven't the
God's men in the Scriptures in prison. stamina you should-because your Name i
Their determination to live up- summer diet lacks the natural I i
1,417,000 airplane tires were right and honorable lives ran so A&D Vitamins and energybuilding Address I /.1.1I
natural oils you needyou'llfind
built in 1944-733 more i I
counter to the plans of the world' good-tasting Scott's Emulsion
than were produced In 1941. that in the inevitable clash there I helps tone up the system build !
stamina.energy and resistance.See
Carbon black is a pigment .came persecution. I a wonderful differencebuyScott's .'; ; '.t !: "-. I
which when mixed with rub The story of how Joseph became at your druggist's today! rICE; ('%;,.n.ij M A K E &r, ,.Y.Yr,_ '*,V ff4 x ttj
ber reinforces the molecules, the object of his brother's jealousyand

of rubber-similar to the way was sold as a slave into Egypt; SCOTTS EMULSION

slag or pebbles are used in how he prospered there only to be YfEfARRdU'fiD, TOAf/C] CREAM
reinforcing concrete. It is the disgraced and imprisoned becauseof

third most important mate the lying accusation of an angry At home-Any flavor-Delicious-Smooth ,
rial that into tire. -No ice. ystal.-No cooking-No re.
goes woman-all these are in the back- whipping-No scorched flavor-Easy- :1,
Shortages of carbon black, tex- ground of our lesson. NO ASPIRIN FASTERor Inexpensive-20 recipes in each 154 pkg. !
Please send this ad for free full
-sre same I
tiles and wire are largely respon- Now that. he .was, In prison, presumably world's better.largest Demand seller St.at lOc.Joseph LOO Aspirin tablets, ld pie offer or buy from your grocer. '

sibfe for the present critical short- his influence was gone and 350.You get nearly 3 tablets for only one 'O'v
age of tires. Over 125 feet of I his usefulness at an end. Not so, for cent. Always ask for St. Joseph Aspirin. LOflDOMORyBrand !
steel wire are used In the construction -
God be with in the prison
of can a man Homemade Ice Cream,
an average-size passenger as well as in the palace.He .
car tire. STABILIZE"Tho
soon became the head man of IS GETTING UP NIGHTS

the jail. Imagine a prisoner takingover 5244A ... HOWARD SAN FRANCISCO 3,cwr.

the keeper's work! Then, too,
he there met the king's chief butler
BRIGHT little en-
who, though forgetting for a time, canary .
livens kitchen. Use these
Thousands famous
any L
did eventually the word which say
6 by 6 transfer tea
designs on
brought Joseph back into power (see gives blessed relief from
towels curtains
on cottage on
Gen. 40:14-23; 41:9-13). irritation of the bladder caused by
the ,corners of a breakfast or ,+
Joseph the Q
now becomes God-prospered prisoner excess acidity in; the urine luncheon cloth. Besides:yellow for

the canary, red, greentand blue
II. A Prophet Prepared by God Why suffer needlessly from backaches are the other colors needed.
run-down feeling from excess acidity in
(41:14-16 25)).
ooe the urine) Just try DR. KILMER'S
The hour had come when a man SWAMP ROOT, the renowned herbal

was needed who had a word from kidneys medicine.to SWAMP promote ROOT the flow acts of fast urine on and the Little Pine Tree Got RightOf

God. In preparation for the awful relieve troublesome excess acidity. Originally -

e ; years of famine the Lord wanted to Dr. Kilmer's created is by a carefully a practising blended physician.combi- Way Over UP'RaiIr'oadA I -H

use the land of Egypt as His great nation of 16 herbs roots, vegetables bal- I
sams. Absolutely nothing harsh or habit-
He wanted thus to .
granary. pre- forming in this scientific
pure prepara- independent tree is '
serve the chosen nation of Israel, tion. Just good ingredients that quickly very a ,
well Act on the kidneys to increase the flow of pine growing between Cheyenne
as as to. meet the needs of
i arino and the uncomfortable
ease symp and Laramie
others. Wyo. a tree WED-TH URS.-FRI.-SAT.
toms of bladder irritation.
Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY! that has moved a railroad, for 7:15: a. m.(CWT); 8:15 a, m. (EWT)
The vision of the king, plain as it Like thousands cf others you'll bo glad SUNDAY
when the Union Pacific laid
tB.lUJl1!f1lL tBfJft L seemed when interpreted, was unintelligible that you did. Send name and address to their 8:15 a.m.(CWT);9:15: a.m.(EWT)
without the key from Department B, Kilmer &. Co., Inc., Box tracks through the section in 1867 Your Favorite CBS Station
1255, Offer limited. Sendat
Stamford Conn. the roadbed around
was placed
aJuLJP4JJtQm. God, and He had his man prepared. once.All druggists sell Swamp Root.ASoothine .
the tree.
Joseph was ready to be called from
prison to speak the right word at The pioneers hated to cut downthe
only tree for miles around.
the right time. fOR QUICK RELIEF

MALARIACHECKED How important it is that the Ir F \
Lord's messengers be prepared and

ready to respond in the hour of '
IN 7 DAVS WITH His blessing and opportunity! Many ANTISEPTIC WBtf E

A LlQuiDbrMALARIAL eager Christians look forward to the Used by thousands with'satisfactory TeJ vJonderFul wi. !
6 SYMPTOMS months and years just ahead of us suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. -
Get Carboil at drug stores or write
'''MeonlyasdirectedDEODORflDT as the greatest opportunity the Spurlock-Neat Co., Nashville, Tenn.1tJuJSufrA .
Church has had to spread the gos 1

pel.Notice "JIP

that Joseph gave God the

i A Dab a Day glory (vv. 16-25). The one who really ?

knows what is going on in the worldis CORN FLAKES
rot MIIOI iciis in PAllS"RHEUMATISM/
keepsPRO1 quick to recognize that only the
wisdom and the grace of God are

sufficient for man's need. Let the 4 't NEURITIS LUMBAGO "Tho Grains, Are Great Foods" J e4(i4ti +

voice of boasting mankind be
fi f silenced and let the voice of God 1.: Kellogg's Corn Flakes bring you nearly all

i (Underarm Perspiration Odor) .>:'; :.:>.: speak! 1: C{)\ \ the protective food elements of the whole d''
:>1.1.: Joseph's prophetic. word marked 1:% at grain declared essential to human nutrition. :.
..c> ;'ilWtf \\\:
,..:" ,.) 4:Mt..,. him as God's.man to carry outGod's
"""' / ;:w : :
rt@ plan, so we see him now as =

: .:::::?i: Ii/ir II'YOnDRR III. A Premier Promoted by God Urge Bottteli wts tmualUiS-Small Size 60c
(41:41-43)). *CAIt0! : USE OUT AS BIIECTEI
H 111 COOO OBOE SUM ir IT HAIl n milf I li iris
"I have
set thee over all the
Menu IRIS eo.JKiioiiuiE C, rtoiiuIF f' r
land, said Pharaoh, and so he had, .
but in reality it was God who had p

planned the whole matter. He i

wanted Joseph there at this time, i t

,. CRERmi and there he was. p

-Isn't stiff or sticky! 'Soft-It It nay be well to stress the fact / -'...

spreads like face cream.is that God is' interested in govern- -

actually soothing Use right ment and in the men who hold pub- i '
after shaving-will not irritate. lic office. In fact, the only true Don't blame baby for bawling !

I -has light,pleasant scent.N sickly foundation for government is foundin 1 when she's bitten by flies and :

smell to cling to fingers or clothing.will God. We are told to "be suBject t mosquitoes! Help protect her with Flit 4

not spoil delicate fabrics. unto the higher powers. For thereis SO I This famous insecticide kills not malaria

Vet tests in the tropics-made by nurses no power but of God: the powers WATCH OUTThe f2 only dangerous germ-laden house-
I that that be ordained of God" rC'! mosquitoes-but many
-prove Yodora protects under tryIng are (Rom. hold pests like moths and 9ies.r' .
conditions.In tubas or fart,lOc,25e,60c 13:1)). medical profession knows that Buy a large supply, today
McKesson&Robbins,fncv Bridgeport,Conn. Clear it is that every right- though a person may bt cured of common

thinking official of state and nation back malaria on them.they So, if may you are have once it come more

should be humble, teachable, discreet feeling: tired, run down have pains in FLITKILLS
back and legs, feel weak and bilhous. no
and wise in the exercise of his appetite and nervous-though chills and
power, and God-fearing in the discharge fever haven't struck you yet and you
of his have common malaria-it doesn't pav to FLIES,MOTHS .
responsibility.He take any chances. Try a bottle of Oxi- AND MOSQUITOES l-iIr
Leaf 40 OVR who reads may apply the truthof dine. Oxidine is made to combat malaria.
L"Cap-Brufh"AppKc tor, God's Word to himself and find give you iron to help creation of red
'jUST nllw"BUCKlIAr40" blood cells. If the first bottle doesn't etuce/arorpontedw
A *014001'** personal blessing. It is a rich and satisfy you your money will be returned.
DASH IN rEATHERS, powerful and stimulating Word. Let Oxidme has been used for over 50 years.
OR SPREAD ,ON ROOSTS us use it for God's glory' Get a bottle today at your drug store. '
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the reading of the minutes and roll 'I In re the Estate of: IIIIIIIIIIII "' ,III 11I11I111C\\I 1 ,
sa ,SCHOOL BUDGET call by Mrs T. L. Tanner. Mrs. Deceased. I
J'1' William Parrish joined the Circle. I To all Creditors, Legatees Distribu
tees and all Persons having Claims or EXPERT
After the regular routine of busi-. Demands against said Estate:
APPROVED BY ness the meeting closed with prayer. You and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to
, The hostess served delicious choc- claims and demands which ,
"r you or .
. olate pie and coca cola to: Mrs. I either of :you, may have against the
V Broadfoot, Mrs Ingram, Mrs. Gordon -'i MOND, deceased, late of Hendry Coun- Watch Repairing
Bembry, Mrs. Elder and daughter -I I ty Florida to the Hon. R. -HarrIs'l

; County Superintendent C. E. Patsy, Mrs. Tanner, Mrs. Par- his County office, Judge in the of County Hendry Court House, In

& Weaver received a telegram Mon- rish and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery. 'I LaBelle, Hendry County, Florida within -

day signed by Colin English, state Mrs. Bullard and Mrs. John Pittman,I Dated twelve August months 3,from A. D.the 1945.date hereof.

.superintendent, stating that the I Sr., were visitors at the meeting. ELBERT L. STEWART, ALL MAKES
school budget for the 1945-46 year I Administrator of the Estate of
f I Edward Stanley Richmond, i
:had been approved by the state boardof : RAY E. GREEN TIEELECTEDPRESIDEl'T I II Deceased. iTo ONE-WEEK SERVICE
education as submitted the Executor or Administrator:
OF COUNTY i I The above notice must be publishedin
.J This makes it possible for the CLERKS LAST WEEK a newspaper published in Hendry SE1 tINOLEJEWELRY'S'T.ORE
'county board to set the millage for County once .a week for 8 weeks (9
publications), and the proof of such
the next fiscal year at the regular publication (which will be furnished
:monthly meeting which will be held JACKSONVILLE, Aug. 29- you by the paper) filed in this office. .
(FNS-Members of the Florida Aug. 17, 24, 31, Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28, ,Oct.'i '
Tuesday at the court house.
5, 12. Clewiston Florida
State Association of County Clerks, Imeeting : ,
The report non-exempt assessed M I
convention here last I
: valuations in the school dis- ;

::943 in No. 5, $373,470 in No. 6, $4- Clearwater, clerk ofthe Pinellas circuit --

-415,351 in No.7. Amount to be court, as president. Carlyle General municipal election will be
Ausley of Ocala was elected 1st vice held on Tuesday, September 4, 1945,
raised from tax levies in
-$1,675 I for the election of three Commissioners -
District 4, $3,436 in District 5, $1- president, Langley Bell of Pensa- to serve on.the City Commission
cola, second vice president, D. R. of the City of Clewiston, Florida.
064 in ,District 6, and $8,388 in Dis-
I candidates the
i The two receiving
W.I' Flamingo BrandDAIRY
Sloan 'of Bartow,
trict 7. A millage of 4% was approved secretary greatest number of votes shall be
o: A. Williams of Palatka, treasurer. j'deemed elected for four year terms
by the voters in each district I
*- and the candidate receiving the next
but the ''millage was reduced Ii II i greatest number of votes shall be '
I. deemed elected for a term of two years.
"by the county board in accordance FEED
The candidates who have qualifiedare
with requirements of the laws, chap- NOTICE I :
ter 20722, as follows: I R. Y. Patterson
Notice is hereby given that the Malcolm. Bigg' I
District four, 3 mills, District five, Board of County Commissioners of Hen- W. C. Owen |II Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
:214, District six, 3, District seven, 2. dry County, Florida, will until 12 o'-I I C. A. Thomas j
clock noon Tuesday, September 4, 1945, I and three of the candidates are to be
receive sealed proposals for the purchase J elected. ,
The Stork ClubA of "One New Dragline 3/4 yard The election will be held In the .Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users
capacity" and "One Twenty Ton Trailer. munity Center room In the City
." All proposals'should be addressedto I Building Clewiston Florida. com-I
William T. Hull, Clerk Circuit Court, I I The polls will be open at
'born LaBelle Florida, and marked "Pro- I clock A. M. and will close at
son, Dale Greg, was August You Can't Buy A Better FeedFOR
posals for Dragline and Trailer." o'clock P. M., Eastern War Time. I II
I 25, to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ander- (SEAL: ) J. O. DAVIDSON I I The following election officials are
and Chairman of Board of appointed to conduct the election:
I 'tf son. He weighed six pounds
County Commissioners. Judson V. Francis, Clerk I SALE IN THIS AREA AT DEHYDRATING PLANT IN
:four ounces. ATTEST Mrs. R. M. Hare Jr., Inspector
William T. Hull, Clerk. I Mrs. W. L. Lott Inspector. MOORE HAVEN '
No. 114-Aug. 17, 24, 31. The following alternate election
Mr. and Mrs. James Lindell Nes- are appointed to serve in officials ,
'bitt of Moore Haven became the place and, stead, if necessary: '
Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Clerk. WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP.
(N. J.
parents of a daughter, Shari Marie, NOTICE TO CnKDITOllSLIMVH Mrs. G. H. Small, Inspector
on August 25. She weighed nine of 1D25: I Mrs. Charles M. Pirkle, Inspector.By I
order of the City Commission of MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDAL
I :pounds and seven ounces. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY the City of Clewiston.E. I
STATE OF FLORIDA. Aug. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31. I 'I. --r...- r : '"'
"Mr. and Mrs. John Howard Fletcher I

\ announce the birth of their

f daughter, Barbara, who weighed '. W ; "
a .
eight pounds, on August 26. '. '. w Pk l iram-: I"'y' ;
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Norman Wesley Davis, weighing ;; ::5'n: "',jA'J'x t :::1 ?1ft1 .. '?ii) it ,
.t t'ii'w .. ... ." '...., '. ,
"' # B :J. <; ) "'";: *' "
I seven pounds and eleven ou'nces, arrived <5 A .. BANKE- .. R L :I'.> it" ., (.tft\t.' '' /ti ,7{t1i .i: +'.,.,.?>-r.0.ott"x::: --, :" <:%...? T .. ., ..N.>.:;:' ''' !.bPf.1r, :<<',s?< y,/l'' ':

August 26 to Mr. and Mrs. J- "' f>,;. I,1' DUSTR'IAI; ;; i;'ERft..lr: (;[E R. .}J..Y-::1.Kt, .,...; .. ... John Wesley Davis, Jr., of LaBelle. r '\.W'P'( ., ;:;if: 1. W >= ; ,
AWAd'd. tdt ...q fh rtl >ffW f4J %
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bowden announce D (7? -' 0'"i Vi ffi\h: ''";,

the birth of a son, as yet un- -

-named, on August' 28. He weighed (TffESE FACTS about the'South'are from a' peech made 1&J. } t'1? >-1" l4r. ; J

eight pounds and twelve ounces.A l recently in New York by ROBERT M. HANES. Pres4 f 'f: : .;.ri .j. ; <'
dent, Wachovia Bank and Trust Company President I) t r.
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daughter, who hasn't as yet ; )
I i been named arrived on August 28 4 'Association of Reserve City Bankers and past President; ] ff'/1II fijj.,

I to Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Walker of {American Bankers Association and North, Carolina Bankers .. a '.'
Okeechobee.. 'She" weighed eight y" Association*. t- _'_ .; tw

pounds and ten'ounces.. "
All of the babies born Mr The South 95%ot JJt'
were at the d Resources> : produces the nai ; ,

'Clewiston Emergency Hospital. don's cotton ?, 90% of the tobacco :;: 75% of the a fl STl.fA ?/ \' _11t

'FELLOWSHIP UNION r { ,natural_ gas ?60% of the crude petroleum:. 50% 4l iit C t ; y

MET TUESDAY EVENING : o'f the bituminous coal ,%_ 40% of the lumber t ... <,.}N : (1

w r 4 7% of the wood 12% of the iron and ;: t"Jdt" .
The Men's Fellowship Union met > pulp ,. .. ore, .-- ?..>,.: ">" I
:at the Community Center on Tuesday '26% of the electric power- output. The South has \ i.\ .... : Ji/w/ i4. .t W
"'- evening. Rep. E. L. Stewart : ; ":: (:;tW h''>{ BOot of t h. cotton spindles and manufactures .::% :.; k':{:hi..tf; $h;?
Y ... 1
spoke on the recent session of the ; a .. ,. <: ." ". : .
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Florida Legislature. 90% of. the nation's tobacco. products and, 26% of ;};.: v., ,:) ,. Olll, "--r ----.---- 1-.:.:'.- ::A<:..;:<;,'.. WMI<<
: {. : >" I V' 4-so. -. ./1.. ,.::,'Xn., ::1i':. '<{,, {
A fine dinner was served by a its and .<{ ::-.-:! .' < fq: I I .../. <,:," >.>:,:::.,:t:; :::
,: committee from the Women's Association ;<;. ,' paper .paperboard. .... }.;..:.q...'..'*>. \1 :!! .. : (' ,.fJ ,'.. f.t>....,.:""".,...,. .t-Y.;...:::",'''i=?:'J>....Jf ::
," :,,>.= nue .., ':T -
\fift :V J :: :
consisting of Mrs. :
Robbins, Mrs. F. Carl Long, Mrs.Joseph R. ;':'i industry. : From 1900 to' 1939, the"value": of the ;:::...V.::.:,,?. >.w.:; ':.. LWE CS.'\> .",' VA. [<.'.....:...,.:.:;...):W".;<':<=<:.':"'/;>;-:::>t;')..;:: ; '

C. South's industrial increased 700% ,, 't' ." :'>'.d '..L ;: .
Greenaway, Mrs. W. A. Lewis and e': production atV"J. ;. ?' r" o1'G; > ..'. '+ "..
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Mrs. Doty. Serving as waitresses r ef compared to a 366% increase for the states outside.r::, ...j t 'F(: OIUO"S\.. : :: : :.:. YJ}1 ft.M' ::
were Mrs. P. O. Thompson, Miss JoAnn i t't- j'7: '" J ;r "11) .) :::':.T...:b...f2.. ;
\ Long and Miss Roberta Spicer. # :"c the S ou ...'X" J J' '. >: ">> :Pytlf
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The'lntenslfied need for foods and d'f.: :' : ; !"
;! Agriculture: : h : ::: xkJj
}.J,::..,,.' :;" '/" 'S-.j.: : .. ...:f. : '
f.. MEETS "'ITHffiS.. CORXETTE s 7:/ raw materials has forced improved .methods, diver ; ,.:J :%'/r .Aj'! \ S.C. 'l. ..,:..,".h..)...,.i./.f... ,,:f.t. .'l.f rmtl. .*' <
"':.'\.&"" '" '; /. : :\ : < Z"::<: :; : :': ; :::: :{: ::<;M
-- sification and intensive cultivation''in agriculture.Farm :.' .t/\: :\ !'., :" :;T::(: <:!i.jH.4:; ; :: :.: t '.:::
The Agnes Graham Circle met at < W":h d \ (,". ;*:.<:'>>,: .::::?:!(- hi}.:. :::>''t :AKJW .t
the home of Mrs. E.. M. Cornette mortgage debt has.been greatly reduced and <"B3; ; < GA. ("';:.> ; .
I ::: %' J' /.t-" ;:.; : :\ :: ?:t. :
Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. W. A. S the farmer has learned new techniques and better. ;A/-- 1 x::". S >t .:<.< : : : \:
Montgomery, co-chairman, : k" :BONDQ;;f
presidedin -X! .. : '
the absence. of Mrs. W. J. Robinson farm management. In 1943, the South accounted, for ."::::A.' .'; y].; -- -- I -n--a- ---- -.'_ : ::.;.. 0'. ;. "',.:->';.,. ..'.,..h '.,+.',;,,'p...,.;.:;;:'.',{":Kut.'

I / 40% 0 f. farm crop income. ,;;iiy, : > ;>, .. .rloft.. ., '..at.:.' .'..\. >.\. NOW.tf.i:. : :

The devotional and a talk on prayer / \

was given by Mrs. A. R. Broad- i' Transportation: The South has 81,473 miles of g:> 'TZ f !i.

foot. The topic of the meeting" was ; railroads, 350,000 miles of modern highways, 21 ?/ : \.

', "Fruitage Cornette read of Our an Investments.article'First Mrs.Line f airlines, and excellent ports, harbors and inland': ;.:. ..youdre:}inter. t *'...:..'.,.,. 1';<<:..<;l:, @:.:rf. .:: @i +!II .
, ', (/; of Defense. "'
Mrs. Joe Elder read waterways, /' -' :: $)
; ; V' / < $ ;l
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I "She Plans To Be A Doctor" and "u k 1 '''pkmtsites,or.hsW > ..... ."". ''''' '<::::;'' .&:. .:;::

1',,; Young"Mrs. Berl People.Ingram" discussed "Our i$!r 'Banking: In 1910,.the South's banking resources \; buHorfacilities< )Inthe/' .:/.:\.v.\.. ,, .1-. y\ {.:;7: :..$f i 'rf l.
: / ': ..::Southeast/.we.shell: ;be {jfbdl' .'" ..'\.. .:"::' ::--.::.::; n Si ; .
The business meeting opened with /d were $3,275 million, today they are $23 billion.Savings :" ; < .'-'Y" ::: '.. lv''''' '' .. .':.<\.,/.' <;;;.<'.:.<<:..'J'h. s h''<1iI.; :
i .' 5ltltable.locohons."Ovr, : :. : ': :>. ::{
: 'lo/ecorvtmend < { 'z :
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., deposits have increased from $575 millionto : ; /: ; : ; f" ; : ; t>
{ research.. staff.is.also, ;available) I :comprehensive, J''k1&
/ .
ll. .. ., : .
'; $3% billion, and life insurance in force from $3billion / .' .. :.;. ; ; "' > >>" .
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"!:Nf' ; :; studies: !. ; les jn.ov-: :: .>

Madam La Rose : /+ ,I r to more than $30 bllh.on. :.: ..L '1. 't territory,.'Yovf.ingiirieswill- ; ,receive: .. promptand: ; Yf1;? : :',.. ;. !, ,

'I ; Pattern for Progress:The war production program .. ,..:.'. :' .confiderdiol! attention::Address j, M. l Fiefa. ;::. ," ;A$ S.'... '.,.

, PALMIST I'-;ii: has brought new and diversified industry to the .. .:;.:.. ::...........,Assistant'! :.Vice...President/Wilmington, l N.:. C, 7:<"' /.+,\.: :.r:.?}.:.:'..;. ..<

J _" 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE ; South,, developing'a large supply of skilled I labor. .;'.;. .. ::.; {/.:' '.' : ';;.'',:" ,'(;''''., .'...
AT1ANTI.C. .. : "
... i41 The South is .a land of mild temperatures, 'ample .'_ ; :::':Xi,1I11

';.'j;1 r If00 are lu ;' rainfall, abundant sunshine} ,and long growing, sea ... ..YY.:.',-..,.' .C 0 AS'Y LI 9 N'E' ..:, 'x",.."Y"'. '

,, I trouble doubt :: 1 sons. Its people are not crowded together In large :::'f( ?<: :, .' "' lJ ; I -
or fear, Io nut :< : .. i", :<.'
i r fall to see! this Wii cities, but scattered In smaller cities and towns, '.,.,./ .. ,'RAI LRO.M"D '.,' '; .Y., ': ;':.:.". '... ::"<..t&"ffl.I' .
y. : \
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'. I gl ted lady.She : where living and working conditions are more attractive. : '. ';.<" '. ,... 1: : v. .:. .,' ,:. i8iti1l
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will call ': ; > '... .':.. <," ,.;, ':,,>f. .. ... :,'y,,
TOO and your % :;-'*:' They are supported partly by industry and .,.Y./ ,......'.'(... '';.' ':'". ...' .W.,%. i,. .Ii: -' .. ID ....'./1. ..;,**'

: loped name. ones by : jWj': trade and partly by agriculture. This pattern fits <...., .:."./"", .,.','<'.vas ,: .0 _i rY ,.M",":i,<}:.

1'I' /.:.;' perfectly into the current trend o f dispersal of large "r"......."'..'::....<.-' -':::' ';''''''.,'I<'. ', .". ...:,::;. :\ii\
: :: ) 'it
In trouble turned .
'No one coloied. ook imur'For for :; :: industries. >:::': :. + : .- : .
" white or 'f V'
bond lcru.II S : I G 'A M E R. I C A'.f S
J.i"f'c.:; < .. ; l!
f{ ; fr y+.7" ; MJ ; ,: ; c/ :
NEAR CORNER STORE >i. .h r7: : 3Y; R..,'' 'C 1 .; .. Jt 0 T I.E, R.. .. .. .. ,'
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;Too Late ToClassify-I Remember When?- Contributors To- i i j

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Continued roio rage I iwhich I --- (lft: ( YOUR STORE I
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(Continued! from rage 2) I ( from Page I \ l
might be- repeated today: / JIUti J ,
work which done in THAT'S ;
Farmer's Market manager Dulaney "Business here is not only healthybut had been providing / ,
:predicts a record smashing season. sound. When business suddenly j community recreation for the ::: (
'The. Pompano market is the largest service men, particularly the Royal itjli Ii.md7
spurts for no apparent reason, as it I 1.
*)f its kind in the world and is the did in boom times, it is cause for alarm Air Force cadets from Riddle Field /\[ .
ride and joy of State Market Di- business s, and for' always managing to provide .- {
but when healthy con- /
rector William L. Wilson. ditions may be traced to farming |:I refreshments despite food J rf fm,

Manager Smith of the Kilgore payrolls and railroad extensions, It shortages.! .
\See\l Co., at Pompano took an after- remains for the merchant to get his :Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, chairmanof I Easy Terms on Purchases of $10 or More. ]I
aoon off to go fishing with us. Getting share of the. prosperity by buildinghis the United Clothing Relief Drivein i
a charter boat at Ft. Lauderdale business along progressive lines, Clewiston, was commended for
Ve went out in the Gulf Stream in through the emphasis of quality of the splendid results obtained in collecting '
Ihe hope of landing a sailfish but It goods, sound prices and courteous and shipping a large quan- Across FromPostofficc J P Fort Myerg, \,.
Vas 'no dice. I'm indebted to Smith service to customers." tity of worn clothing to war refugees .
Yo 1'the- loan of his typewriter on On the social page, Mrs. W. C. in the liberated countries of Florida :
'Which this column is being pounded Owen had entertained her bridge 1 the world.
Vmt. When I get it in the mail I can M. were ,the sales of I
club, Mr. and Mrs. W. Bigg I The workers who led Ir I
have at the fish and If

luck is with me I might have a real. I the on vacation guests at In a Louisiana dancing party and among given war highly bonds commended In the community by the speakerfor were 0)+:..:--:+:..:-:.:..H..H..:..:......:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:+:<<..:..:..)).):..)).):..:......:.-...:---...:.,

story to tell next week. I by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith on Sat- the efforts expended during the

urday night were the Downs, the various drives which had made Clew- Until You Can Buy A
Child Smothers- I Stewarts, Mr. and ,Mrs. G. B. Thomas -!;.iston go well over the top on most
the Dave Alstons, the Rack- quotas despite the heavy quota always '

(Continued from page 1)' straws and 'a number of old timers assigned to the Community.The NEW

Sor interment. that have since left Clewistom. Clewiston News was also car
We couldn't help but look with '
commended by Rev. Hancock for
Dr. Weaver said that Mrs. Cumbee "
had lain down to rest after preparing longing at the tremendous amountof I publicity and editorial help in putting Take Good Care of YourPRESENT 't,
advertising In the News of Au-
across the various War Bond
her husband's breakfast and attending -
: the baby and fell asleep. When gust 31, 1928.Prisoner I drives, Red Cross drives and other

she ,awoke an hour or so. later she I war drives and for bringing news
discovered the baby was dead, the of War- I to its readers of the men and women car "
rubber sheet covering his mouth. I I in service all over the world.

'Mr.\ Cumbee is employed at Riddle- provision as yet for extending the 1;I I I Representing the various organii /

McKay Aero College at Clewiston.The employment of the Jamaican and i i zations honored for their war work 1
unfortunate parents have lived Barbadian workers beyond December -][ were: E. '''E. Kelly, chairman and A.I Bring it to us regularly for

here four months. 31. However it is likely that i I J. Evers, service member of the Selective -
additional off-shore labor will be ob- : Service Board; C. E. :Miner, PROMPT EFFICIENT
tained by the corporation until De- -. ECONOMICAL '
74 Cadets chairman, Dr. J. "W. Ezelle and W. ,
cember 31 and also likely that if
N. Martin of the ration board; ; Mrs.
there are not enough dischargesfrom F. D. Duff and Mrs. C.' M. Pirkle, Care and MaintenanceWASHING
.(Continued froi/ Page 1) the services to replace these Red. Cross sub-chairmen. on material,
'people extended to the British. workers by then that Congress will quotas; Mrs. E.-.L. Stewart: and Mrs. I) .

Cadet Wing Commander Anthony provide for continuance of their use. J. E. Beardsley as Cadet Club and GREASING AAA REPRESENTATIVES '
Gibb was presented with a wrist It is pointed out that'most of the Mrs. chair-I'I
men; G. B. Rackstraw,
watch 'as the outstanding cadet of off-shore workers at Camp Murphy
who involved in the recent Clothing Relief chairman; Mrs. M.
the couise. The other cadets receivd were CHRISTIAN CHEVROLET
wallets. riots, are virtually all industrial I M. Prewitt and H. T. Vaughn of the

John' G. McKay, Jr., assisted by workers and there are few, if any, War Fin jice+ Committee and Carr
'E. J. Smith, manager of the field, agricultural workers In the camp at I Settle of- the Clewiston News. PHONE 87 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA

have the diplomas -and gifts to, the this time. .. ................................. .............................................r............................................L....,..................................................,..;.? ,r-i',.I.
the class. ----------------------- ------- -
74 members of graduating -
Wing Commander Charles W. \
"Lindsey, slated to leave the field and u yf

return to England during the coming -
': week, reviewed the cadets with

fthe afr commodore before the wings .
''were presented. Martial music for \

'the parade was furnished by the
Bnckingham Army Air Forces band. ,aY '..
Several hundred visitors from this

:area attended the ceremony.The .
field is scheduled to close on
September 8. It was opened on ,: ".
July 21, 1941, to speed the training ';,
of pilots desperately needed by Eng- '
land and its graduates flew in almost : .;

every. war theatre, making a great :
'contribution to the defeat 'of the "
Axis powers. American cadets were ".-
:elso trained at the field for a time : .'
and more than 500 were graduates
of the school here. e' .
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Cattlemen of Osceola County ex- .<-.:..'' /
pressed themselves as well pleased :' '
'over results obtained in the experi- "

taental spraying of several herds of :\
+* .j '
Battle ,with DDT. Cattle sprayed w .w. '._ ii 7 '

Irom the solution were free from \ ..
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flies and one cattleman facetiously 4 I ,' :\:. '
complained that cows would forget ;: : .
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bow to use their tails when the insecticide a9 as r : ; ; _
comes in general use.
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The far-sighted merchant is making his plans right modern Air work '
for in
y Conditioning to you your ", ". '. ",.
now for the era of keen competition just 'ahead.. postwar plans will be wise to.wait a little longer until : '.. '!.'t >' .
:: 1..:,
V And modern Air Conditioning comes in for first the ri'ew Air Conditioning equipment incorporating ; "" .
7 'a 5'"' .pn '::'. : /' .. i
consideration for along with modern all the new features that have been' '
merchandising, developed by, ;. :i :<:J.." ; Jt
s ..N :modern display and efficient customer service, Carrier engineers during their years of war service, : '':' : .'.- .... ,.7"', r
engineered Air Conditioning; is a must for the retail will be available. ;; ,
-.1PU't./nSU'lld store of tomorrow that will \" J i
dI1/diJ- serve its customers. Carrier-through the Belcher Industries., will be ready : -

i p/oJ ctdl l 6 hal a? Il9J Throughout war period-together with all essential tomorrow to serve you in the Air Conditioning plans } .

1E E industries Carrier Air Conditioning has been you have in mind for your store office plant or in ...'. ......1.". '

\ .,-when" your privileged to still further expand the usefulness and your home. Belcher will fill all orders in sequence _.. "

efficiency 0 fAir Conditioning: and modern just as soon as our new, improved equipment is made ;.."'!: w.

savings work here.,helping refrigeration, in the service of our country. And in available, by the government. A deposit now will insure ;

local, 'responsible families this war era in facing: new and difficult problems you priority of delivery and installation of Carrier Air .

presented by the needs of Conditioning :,
own their own homes. Ask war Air Conditioning that provides clean, evenly

forcomplete informationClewiston has been brought{ to a new 'aE 1 C u distributed, draftless air: '
point of
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economy 'til now r
: temperature and humidity '
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