The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 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
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System ID: UF00028415:01064
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*EstimatedAttendance Is Hyacinth By Engineers Jams In Broken Thomas Polls Most VotesIn

450 As School Opens Arbuckle CreekThe City Election Tuesday

U. S. Engineers have success- ......r.... -
, c I fully broken the hyacinth jams in ) -

:Only Two Vacancies On'' Slight Disturbance Arbuckle Creek which ,had dammedthe Early Mailing Of 1 1 I W. M. Bigg Retires As ,

:1 creek to such an etxent that

" Local School Faculty I Brings Downpour Of drainage of the area in the vicinity Christmas PackagesIs Member of CityCommission

of the Avon Park Air Base was

. Now Exist !I Rain In This Area seriously affected,' it was reportedthis Urged HereMrs. f

I week by A. R. Broadfoot, en-
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and elemen-I gineer in charge of the Clewiston of- '
. Clewiston high
: The The tropical disturbance which Jewel L. Lawrence, acting A downpour of-rain throughout

tary schools opened the fall term moved in over the state the first of fice.It postmaster, this week announced I the day Tuesday kept many local

this''morning when registration began the week was attended by no windof had not. been definitely estab that families of men overseas are voters away from the polls in the

for all grades. 'Most of the I 'any consequence in this area but lished that the hyacinths were cau'sing urged not to mail Christmas packages -I bi-annual municipal election and

teachers have arrived to begin the I caused a steady downpour of rain fora this high water condition until if the service man is expected only 205, votes were cast, approxi-

year's work. and the enrollment for ,couple of days. The heaviest of the final jam was broken. Overnight home by that time. At the, same mately half of the registration. C.

the term is estimated by Prof.l\ the rains was on Tuesday when 1.44 I flood waters receded to a considerable I time Mrs. Lawrence urged that A. (Mutt) Thomas, was high man

Quentin Evans, principal, at inches of rain was recorded here. I extent. packages to men, who will still be with 148 votes R. Y. Patterson was

Teachers'of last year, who are con-I The U. S. S. C. station at South Used in the work was a hyacinth I stationed overseas during the yuletide next with 118 votes, W.' C. Owen was

tinuing this year are: M. H. I[ Shore registered 2.20 inches on destroyer perfected by the Jackson- season, be mailed in ample third with 112 votes and M. W. '

vocational agriculture; Mrs. C. E. !I Wednesday and 1.04 inched on Mon- ville district and used successfullyfor I time to reach the destination before Bigg was low with 111 votes. Since

Atwell, commerce; Mrs. J. E. Baker, hyacinth removal from the St. December 25. the three highest were elected to
I day for the heaviest rains during the .. '
seventh grade; Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Johns River and one of the Higgins- the three, vacancies, Mr. Bigg becomes -
period. The regulations governing the
eighth grade. New teachers, who built WE boats, two of which are the retiring member of the
'I Some rain has fallen' here almost mailing of overseas Christmas gifts
are here for the opening of school stationed in Clewiston, especially board.

are: Quentin Evans, principal; Mrs.' 'I every day during September, to date, outfitted for operating in hyacinths.The to Army personnel remain the same Mr. Thomas is elected to serve a
) \, but an excess of only an inch is not- as last year they must be posted
and broken and the
Miami librarian
Betsy, Horne, were up four-year term as is Mr. Pattersonand
;\ ed on the records. Clewiston has had between September 15 and October
languages; Miss Ruth Dugger, Den-' hyacinths floated out into Lake 'I Mr. Owen as third high 'candidate -
of 3.37 inches since the 15-one package a week may be
high, "Virginia, biology and physical moth Okeechobee, thence through canals will serve a two-year term. Mr.
sent (without a request) by one
: came in. August had a total ;
education; Miss Alyne Gardner, Cave II to the, coast. Thomas was the only new candidate,
of five inches for a deficincy of person to the same servicemantheusual
music. Mr. Skewes,
City, Kentucky, the other three having served for
1.5 inches and the annual deficiencyat restrictions as to size and
physical'edu'cation direc- ,
coach and -- several 'years on the commission.The .
this time is 0.222 inches. Through weight of Christmas parcels appliesnot
arrive next week. C. R.
tor will
member -
R. L. COKER Jr. more than'fifteen inches long
I Wednesday of this week the total
Crabbe is expected in a few days to Mr. Bigg, has served as a member -
I rainfall for the year was 32.036 or more than 36 inches in length and
take the English department )
over I of the commission since 1929
I inches, average over the western girth combined and maximum weight
and a vacancy exists in home econ- and for several has
division. R. L. Coker, Jr., 'aged 38, died five pounds. Most stores havea I years served as

omics. -----.....- suddenly after a prolonged illness, stock of boxes approved by the War I clerk to the board. Despite his
In the grades Selden L. Stewart, present heavy duties and responsi-'
at the Taft Memorial Hospital in Department for overseas gift ship-
i LaBelle, is back this year as sixth Restrictions Removed I Taft, California, Saturday afternoon ments. .j" bilities as treasurer of the United
grade '''instructor. Mrs. H. B. Magill I j States' Sugar Corporation he has
according to wires received here The Army asks that gifts be selected -I
On Annual Leaves
will instruct the fifth grade; Miss I also been faithful to his duties as a
night Mr. and Mrs. C. '"
Saturday by
which a soldier is' unlikely to
Waterfield, Washington, D. C., will I ; city commissioner and a regular. attendant -
H. Berner and Mr. and ,Mrs. E. L. find in the particular area in whichhe '
teach the fourth grade Miss June at meetings.
; i All restrictions were removed on Stewart. Although Bob had been is situated and to remember that 'I .
Barker has the third with Miss i
grade The five members of the commission -
suffering from rheumatic fever for
the taking of annual leaves by federaL intoxicants, inflammable materials .
Barbara Decker combining second '' effective October 1, will be
some time' his death came as a shockto
I and third. Mrs. M. H. will employees with the ending of (such as matches, and lighter fluids)
: Sharpe his many friends in1* Clewiston.Mr. I Mayor E. E. Kelly, C. E. Miner, R.
(Continued on Page 8)
teach the second grade. Arrange- ,I the war and all workers were returned Coker was for many years associated I Y. Patterson, C. A. Thomas and W.
ments made for teachersfor to a forty-hour week, basis. 'terms
are being with the United States Sugar 'C. Owen. The of Mr. Kelly,
the first grade.: All legal holidays are again being Corporation Accounts 'Receivable :- I Mr. Miner and Mr. Owen will end in >

Mr. Evans wants to invite .observed. COUNTY AGENT IS
parents Clerk and left, the employof two years. A new city clerk will be

L. and patrons' to visit' the school I Another innovation among the the c company to 'enlist in the elected at the first 'meeting of the

';: as soon as organizatipn.. complet-- U. S. Engineer employees here is NSNR. He. was. a" li lieutenant in the I I commission. after the:,first. of October. ,rv.,.

-'- ..: _, ed so they may kn'1.w-l1i :gchool" .'*' *and'the *" 1.!groups jnsurancC r lal3'yr": em- Naval-:Reserve whence ,,,' s' 'discharged I SPEAKER AT MEETING ..
>'''kn Teachers better. : ployees and their'families*. { :
I : suffering with the fever, Lakeside Dairies
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which 'he contracted while in the OF' KIWANIS CLUB II
\ 'service of his country. The causeof Plant Here Now

Riddle Field his death, however, is not known. '
In Regular
Training 'In a telephone conversation with I --- !

Mr. Coker's mother, she advised Mr. H. L. Johnson county agent,' was

Berner that the funeral services will the speaker at the meeting of the Although some Pasteurizing of ',':

Activities End be conducted Funeral Kiwanis Club Wednesday evening at milk ,;-
SaturdayAlthough at' the Dekle has been underway at the plant

Home at 5 p. m., Sunday. Mr. Coker the Clewiston Ynn.: Mr. Johnson of Lakeside Dairies here for several

j is survived by his mother, Mrs.R. 'stated that he is vitally interested in weeks, it was only this week that

f L. Coker, Sr., and one sister, of having a 4-H club for boys organizedin everything was in readiness for reg-
the War Department has while leading bombing mission Clewiston and cited'the advan-
; a over Meridian, Mississippi. The senior ular operation and the company hada

c, set September 11 (Tuesday) as the I Germany a few months after his re- Mrs. Coker died this year on Janu- tages offered by such an organization sufficient output to begin to so-

date of termination of contract for turn to England. His successor was ary 1.Number. to the ,young men of the community licit trade in the area.

the training of Royal Air Force ca-I T. O. Prickett who is now the com- I interested in agricultural
The plant is owned by R. E.
dets at Riddle Field, all training!I manding qfficer at the field in Ter- projects. Advice and instruction is
of POWs On Kurtz and associates and is under the
will end tomorrow, September 8, and rell, Texas. Following W/C Pric- I given members in the various phasesof
management of J. E. Thompson, an
all cadets and officers are expected kett was W/C G., Greaves and the Work ReducedThe agricultural work such as:, farming -I
I associate of Mr. Kurtz. Most of the
to be moved on Monday. last was C. W. Lindsay, who left last I ,, cattle raising, poultry raising I
milk processed in the plant is now
Primary instruction was finished week for England, his place being and dairy work. I

I two weeks ago when the last course I taken by Squadron Leader J. L. local sub-office of the U. S. Mr. Johnson called attention to I J being produced Haven at their dairy farm
Moore considerable
graduated and most of the primary' Keates.On Engineers, reports this week that the the contests held periodically for near but a -
; quantity is being purchased
instructors have already gone or| June 30, 1944, Mr. Riddle sold number of German prisoners of war members of 4-H Clubs in the coun- I I from smaller dairy operators of theI

made their plans to leave. The priI his interest in the local field and his being used on engineer projects was try and mentioned that prizes suchas
area, operating under a cooperative
mary training planes were moved ont I other contract fields in this reduced last week from 180 to 130
countryto a trip to conventions of the or-I setup. More and more farmers are
over the week-end, Army fliers com his partner John G. McKay and and it is expected that the number ganization are given as rewards to
i build
expected to join in they
ing here to fly out the planes, half he devoted his time to the establish- will be reduced to, 100 very shortly the winners. 'He also brought out j their as : up
dairy herds and provide neces-
of them on Friday and the other ment and expansion of his field at and this number will likely be used that scholarships are offered to those
sary barns and dairy facilities.
half on Sunday, to Columbus, Miss. Sao Paudo, Brazil. Mr. McKay will until provisions are made tOsend the students interested in majoring in I The plant is operated in the north
Basic and advanced instruction retain the
ownership and operationof The for
agriculture. groundwork AI
I room of the old building on
continued through this week and it the Miami base Their principal occupation at 'this
Seaplane and such an organization 'would, he said north Francisco Street. The room
is understood'that the RAF has time is the removal of heavy vege- I
Chapman Field in that .
city.A he
have to be laid in the school but has been painted white throughoutand
promised these cadets that they will weeks tation from the levee which has
couple of event
or perhaps the I
expressed the hope that in the front of the building has also -
have an opportunity to complete their grown so rank during the war yearsin
wjll be to
required completethe the
the club needed assistance :j been painted. A new refrigerator
I courses after they reach England. work of order to condition the levee for
winding affairs of
I i up Kiwanis would offer all possible assistance Continued on Page 8))
\ The field here was opened in July I Ij the field by officials and some forty mowing. Five power mowers have ,and that such an ,
of 1941 when two courses which members been requisitioned for this work and
pf the Army personnel
tion would soon be organiza-I New Furniture Store
started out at Carlstrom delivery is expected at an early date. I
j ;were Field stationed there. Buildings and fixed The Kiwanis Club

j i in Arcadia"were brought here to complete -j I equipment must be put into con- The revetment repair work in the I gates and alternates to the Florida' To Open Next Saturday
I their tr The field vicinity of Liberty Point will go I
here,I dition to be turned over to the Defense District Convention to be held at the

as the fields in Arcadia, were built Plant Corporation and then it ahead until November. I! Roney Plaza at Miami Beach in Oc-|' ad-
t by John Paul Riddle of Miami and I will probably be advertised for sale. of-1 Announcement is made in an
j I tober. Delegates are the present
\ vertisement elsewhere in this issue
his associate, John G. McKay of Miami Cleveland' Johnson, formerly with All Registrants Over ficers: R. C. Wilson president. G. that the Alderman and Wright

and the local field was named i I the Spadaro Construction Company H: Brown, vice-president and W. N.
the Riddle-McKay Aero College. on lake work is representing the 26 'Years of Age Are I (Continued on Page 8) Furniture Company will open a
here in the next
store Hay Building
Operating to train RAF pilots
on a DPC in disposing of the plant. All
contract basis, 1879 cadets were received other equipment has been sold to Being Reclassified I RAP ENTERTAINS WITH I Saturday, September 15. The loca-

at the field in the first 24 Joe Kiersky of Memphis,.'Tenn., who PARTIES FOR FRIENDS tion is only temporary since the
i courses and 1452 were graduated. I I''is clerk in the company is planning a building in
planning an auction sale at the I Mrs. Rose Hoffman, I '
!I I There are still near 200 students in ; field on October 2 and 3. office of the Hendry County Selec- The' Commanding Officer with the very near future.

training in addition to those in the i I I I All of the North American Advanced tive Service Board, stated yesterday II other officers of the RAF includingthe Maldon S. Wright, a resident of i

I graduating courses. Of this number training planes will be mov that instruction had been receivedto NCOs, were hosts Thursday even- Clewiston for the past several years,

about 120 were American Air (I led from the field on or before Sep-; re-classify all registrants over 26 ing at a cocktail party from R to 81p. j will be the partner-manager of the

: Force cadets trained under the Eng tember 25. These are late model years of age into the 4-A classifi- m., on the patio at the Clewiston I new business. His associates are L.

: lish system with a scattering of j!planes and will'probably be put in- cation, over-age. This is going aheadat Inn. The guest list included city I G. and Joe Alderman of the Glades

American members of the RAF. j I jto immediate. use at some Army Air once and all registrants should officials, townspeople: Holding executive -' Mercantile Company of Pahokee.Mr. .
G. Willis Tyson was first manager ', Base. have their new classification cards positions and the executive.staff Wright operated a furniture and

of the local field and served in this'i by October 31. I of Riddle McKay Aero College appliance store in South Bay for a

capacity until his tragic death in j i At the same time the 2-B all of ,whom have contributed in no |I year and in Clewiston a ;year and a

Tallahassee on August 21, 1943, I i AIR EDUCATION cation for essential classHi-1 small measure to the welfare and half before the outbreak of the war'

. I when his plane collided with an army --- eliminated. 'I happiness of the staff of the RAF when he sold his business to Bad-

I plane while making a landing at I Air education among the youth of Still being inducted are those reg- and the cadets. I cock Furniture Company. Since +

the field there. The field engineering I the country:, has increased to; such istrants between the ages of 18 and I The cadets of the RAF are enter- that time he has been working as a

officer, Earnest J. >Smith, then an extent that additional millions of 26 who have not reached their 26th taining tonight at a dance and show link instructor at Riddle Field.

took over as manager and is still students and youngsters of both birthday, providing they do not I'hi the mess hall at Riddle Field. Invitations The company will handle an exclusive -, +
r- serving in this capacity. sexes will be enrolled in'aviation qualify for deferment. If they are I were issued by the cadets line of new furniture and

The first Wing Commander here I[ courses in schools and colleges this students of medicine, dentistry, vet' to their many friends who have eytemled I will also operate a used furniture,

for the Royal Air Force was Kenneth 'fall, It was 'disclosed in a survey erinary medicine or osteopathy, are I hospitality and kindness to 1 I department. It also has the exclusive -

J. Rampkling who is reported, I I made public by Air Transport As- engaged in research or production of thA English during their stay in the j jI I agency for General Electric
unofficially, to have been killed sociation "of America. (Cot tls-JC: ,! en rage 8) I Everglades. I I appliances.VOLUME .



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METHODIST CHURCH !I will begin Monday night at 8:00 p. to Him. To every believer in Christwe I prayer. I 3:30 p. -m., at the church for their
". S. Bozeman, Minister I m. Special emphasis will be placed extend the invitation to join in The members then read the cur- monthly program and business
upon our Sunday School and its or- the worship and fellowship of our rent missionary events after a short meeting. \
"7:15 P. M., Church School. I ganization during the week We church. business session. Mrs. Topper clos- The Agnes Graham Circle will 1
8:00 P. M., Regular Worship. I have two outstanding Sunday School Sunday School. 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. ed the meeting with a prayer. have charge of the program. All ..!
The Methodist services will be held. workers to lend us in this week of : E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes Refreshments 'of sandwiches, cake members are urged to attend and 4 1
tin :the Community Church. This Is activity. Dr. W. W. William, State I for all ages.Morning and iced tea were served to Mrs. visitors are welcome. :
a 'change of place of worship. Formerly Sunday School Secretary, and Mrs. Worship' 11:00 a. m. A Hodges, Mrs. Fred Sikes, Mrs. Leon
services were 'held In the Li. C. P. Diamond of Vero Beach will nursery for small children is conducted Bembry Mrs. Earl Peters and Mrs. NOTICEThe !
!brary. All are invited to come and be with us. Every member of the by the Mothers' Club at the I W. R. Broadrick. I
tures. "Lest We Forget" is the theme of MISSIONARY SOCIETYTO Clewiston Community. Church will
:T. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC The business and program meet- the minister's sermon. Mr. Hancock MEET ON TUESDAY i, meet September 13, at.3 p. m., at the i
'CHURCHFr. Ing of the W. M. S. will be held at will preach. church.. Attendance is urged. I
Peter J. Keilly, Pastor the church Tuesday at 3:30 p. m. All Westminster Fellowship 6:00p. The Baptist Missionary Society \
members. : should be present. m. will meet Tuesday, September 11, at I
Mass-9:00 a. m. There will be no prayer meeting
?Pahokee-11:00 a. m. .this week. ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL F. Deane Duff
t "Four things come not back-the CHURCH x 11

.FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHH. spoken word, the sped arrow, the past I REGISTERED REAL ESTATE .
C. Meador, Pastor life, and the neglected opportunity." Services every Sunday at 8:30 BROKER 1
a. m., at Clewiston Community Look to the I
COMMUNITY Glade, Hendrr and Palm Beach
Sunday School-9:45 a. m. CLEWISTOX Church.THE County L>nnd* for More Than
: CHURCH REV. S. D. MASON 23 Year.
Worship--''11:00 a. m.
Training Union-6:45 p. m. David O. (Hancock, Minister I Priest in Charge. FutureAfter
SUNDAY, SEPT. 9, 1945 -
:Evening Worship-8:00 p. m.
I Dr. Willian State
"The Ancient School- ,

master.A very" cordial Invitation is extended I I. This church OUR has no other creed Sunday School Head, I GULF 'LIFE INSURANCE CO.
but the Bible, no other law but love
to all In our community to worship At Baptist Church
I other master but Christ. The
with us at all our services. You G.
Nottingham, Agent
terms of membership are the I I
'will enjoy'' our fellowship. Come,
friends. conditions of salvation-a profes- Dr. W. W. Willian secretary of Box 6527 I II
bring Our your inside enlargement campaign I, sion of faith in Christ and obedience I Sunday School work in the State, The War I Clewiston Florida i
and Mrs. O. P. Diamond of Vero i
I Beach, will lead the forces of the 1I I II
'F Baptist Church in an Inside Enlarge- I You Will Want To I M.HV W VM/Y./MHHM/M11.HIJ .. Vyyyyryyyy.Johnson's .

ment Campaign for the next week. I ..: ..-

Pasteurized Milk This around week's the Sunday activity School will center work. Build A HomeIt I Fish Camp I

Discussion groups will get underwayat (Near Hurricane Gate) ..
And Cream eight o'clock each evening Mon- I Clewiston, Fla.
day through Friday. The church is Boats and Motors-Guide Service
very anxious that every Sunday Rates Reasonable I

Now available to local patrons from your School worker of the church attend Will Pay You To t W. H. Johnson Mgr.
all classes possible and they urge all
'I home dairy. I the membership to attend. This
I promises to be a most profitable I Buy Your Lots :N:N:N:N N N:N:N:NN:N:N:N:NIN:..:N:..:N:NININ:N:N:N)
: Call 133 for Delivery Service. Daily Delivery I week. 121 Y FOR '.



CLEWISTON DAIRY I is The held Devane annually family on the reunion first Sundayin which I II I:;: PHONE 18 :*_: !

r I September met this year here at J.. '!(.NN.. ..NNNNNNNNN... .. .. .. .. .: .. .. ....-.MNMNNNNNFLOWERS. . .............MNM.. ...;:, t .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. De- -
i A. H. KingSurf
vane and family. The reunion next
year will be held at the home of l\Ir.1
and Mrs. J. V. Devane and P. S. De-i
r vane in Largo. Cut flowers for delivery here or
The members of the family pres-! .REALTYCORPORATION for delivery anywhere in U. S.

ent included P. S. DeVane, Mr. and i! by wire.
Mrs. J. V. DeVane, Largo; Mr. and .MRS. J. M. FOUNTAIN
: Cottages Mrs. J. R. DeVane L. J. DeVane, II I Day Phone 82 Night Phone 148-W
Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy Carson Ros-
coe Patter, Fort Myers; Mr. and Mrs. t.
M. B. DeVane, Tampa; Mr. and Mrs.1 NIN N M N N N N N.N N N N N N N: N N N N :NIN NININIM
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,. "' -" ..._- ".-., I ,. E.S. L.Massey DeVane and Fort daughter Meade, Miss; Mrs.Dollie C. r -dtI I; ; % -S ; iY i- ; *>f

'. 9. MILES NORTH HIGHWAY OF NO.PALM 1 BEACH John Maxine Massey DeVane DeVane Clearwater, Cassie Gibsonton; Mr.Wayne and; Miss Mrs.and Radio ServiceT i

Barbara DeVane, Miss Joyce DeVane, Y
\ George DeVane, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. :j! and. Auto Radio Parts and Tubes .;-
Bellamy, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. DeVane X
and Cadet George Thornton of the .:. For All Makes .:.
I ..
r Spend your vacation at your local beach resort. Two RAF.

Hotel Rooms Dining Room I : /
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! I'r. STARTS'JUNE Annie Armstrong Circle met I :: Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures Wiring :|::
SUMMER SEASON 1. at the home of Mrs. Fred Topper
I: ;. Tuesday afternoon for their regular !
i For ReservationsWrite monthly business and program
f meeting. Mrs. Arch Hodges had ::
j a i 623 30th Street Call 8940 charge of the program and chose as y i GEO. WEAVER and T. J. CASON |
her theme "Fruitage of Our Invest- Y
, ; WEST PALM BEACH ments" and for her devotional "Letus I. :::: Telephone 163 :?.:
i therefore come boldly into the
$ house of Grace." She also led in\ .: . . . . . ... . . ...
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, The coming of a long-awaited PEACE can mean no relaxation of our efforts to produce more

t. and more of the most critical food need-SUGAR. A shortage and rationing is expected to' '. '

t extend well into 1946.





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acts than words, was 4. Can you complete the follow- an act of congress.

j i leaves.I"o NATION GOD USED simply doing good.-Whittier. ing proverb, "When you take out 3. Only south. .

i I\ .C The first farmer was the first and do not put in, expect"? 4. "To reach the bottom.

LESSON GOLDEN TEXT TEXT-He-Genesis hath. 414657.given meat man, and all historic nobility 5. How did the United States ac- 5. By purchase from Spain.

tmto them that fear him: he will ever' be rests on the possession and use quire Florida? 6. Manxcats. *

I mindful! of his covenant.-Psalm 111:5. of land.-Emerson. 6. What is the name of the breedof 7. As a scout and pony express'/.

tailless cats? mail rider. !
WNU Features.' Conservation of natural resources .i i

-that phrase has a modern touch to ', ,
it, and yet we would do well to turn Lines on Hand DeterminedBy SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLECRAFT ;,
back to the story1 Joseph, in Egypt
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT and learn anew the importance of It's Shape. Structure
not wasting what we have if we are !, Lovely Doily Is Easy to Crochet

to be fed in the days of shortage. One reason for lines on the hands .. .. (
The easiest crochet that's, a pleasure to 1
Certain it is that we should ,face this: When you close your hand do. There are two doilies-one 18 Inches
MISCELLANEOUSTelevision at once the shameful record of the flesh of the palm crinkles along the other 12%. Pattern 7055 has directionsand

Baseball Game. Something new waste in the manufacture and sale certain lines, and those lines are 7055 stitches.
different, amazing, exciting. Loads of fun. of intoxicants. This is temperance obviously determined by the shape Due to an unusually large demand and
coin to DAVID J. WARD 185 the current conditions slightly
Send 25c more
Corthell Street Indian Orchard Mass. Sunday. Let us not fail to stress this and structure of the hand. The time Is required in filling orders for a
truth. crinkling of the flesh gives you a P pip ,;4t. few of the most popular pattern number

New CARTOONING-See method low cost your course.work, Send In print.for Joseph recognized the provision of better grasp of whatever it is you Send your order to: x

free folder. SCHOOL OF CARTOONS God and made use of it for His glory are holding.
Box S291. San Francisco 19, California and the good of the people.I. This accounts for what one might Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. :

Food-God's Provision (yv. 46- call the'major lines on the hand; 564 W.. Randolph St. Chicago 80, DL \
ATTENTION read of I PAY in your CASH newspapers. 49). but there are innumerable smallerones ?; r is Enclose 16 cents for Pattern '
Send 25c for information. like the lines which show ina No___
JAMES BERRY, Box 6'7. Gilmer Texas.: As men work with.God in the cultivation ;. :
of the land they are apt finger-print. The reason for theseis Name I ii iiAddres4 :

SOLVE ,YOUR SUGAR SHORTAGE. "In- to begin to think of themselves as to improve your sense of touch. !I
vertene Sugar Inverter Powder" stretches Your skin which is the of 4of :
sugar 45%. Trial can SI. It's fully,guar. producers, when they are actually organ '
Free Celestlne 452 Bass. Fort Wayne. Ind. only the servants of the Lord in the the sense of touch, is sensitive to

orderly care of that which He pro- pressures; this sensitiveness is
f--,' SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC. vides. greatly increased in your hands by

1944-15 CROP of these little valleys and "
SEEDS- We need to renew our sense of means
yie* Cabbage, Carrots, Onions, Pepper ands
"in skin which call
> Tomato Seeds Write for prices. Warren complete dependence upon God lest ,ridges the we
i Seed & Plant ., Carriio Springs, Texas. "lines
we become proud of our own sup- GoldenGoodnesS'!
posed attainments and forget Him.

Then He will have to withhold His
bountiful hand and we shall stand

with empty measures.

Remember, too, that what God'
has given to feed the nations cannot

with impunity be used for the manufacture I I 1

1 I of intoxicating beverages
which are designed and used for no I

good purpose-only for destruction.
Let's not forget that God could sendus '&
> Enjoy the feeling of energetic well-
a famine, too! being! Take good-tasting Scott'a JUST one look at this lovely doily
The manner in which Joseph cared Emulsion right away if you feel *-* tells any crocheter, beginneror
for the gathering of the is tired,rundown unable to throw off
60.6% grain ft'1 I worrisomesummer colds-because expert, that it's one of those
worth noting. He did not sit in his your diet lacks natural A&D Vitamins very easy ones. Make a luncheonset.
of cases showed royal office and send
out an edict. and energy-building natural .
clinical improvement He went throughout the land build- oils! Scott's helps build energy
after only 10 stamina,resistance. Buy todayl
days treatment with ing storehouses, seeing that the

SOB. TONE in impartial, grain was properly ,conserved. Male Mortality Higher
scientific test. Observe also the wisdom of stor- 1.-

ing the food in the place where it Than That of Females

SORE T ONE was raised and where it would "The Grains Are Great Foods"

eventually be needed. No shippingand .
Made by McKesson&RobbIns re-shipping and no undue cen- fOR QUICK RELIEF During every year of human life, }iIlK

Sold with money-back guarantee tralization. mortality is higher among males KeHoeg's Corn Flakes bring you

500 and $1.00 II. Family-God's Gift (vv. 50-52). rs than females, says Collier's. But nearly of all the the whole protective grain food declared elements

From among the Gentiles, Joseph A Soothing oddly enough, during the first essential to human nutrition.

took himself a bride. While it'is i ANTISEPTIClUsed : SA LV u;. year, the percentage of male

", not indicated, we have reason to as- : by thousands whir satisfactory fT deaths over female deaths in-
sume that she was a believer in the suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. under condi-

true God. One cannot imagine a Spurlock-Neal. Get Carboil Co.,at Nashville drug stores, Tenn.N or write. tions creases and decreases good under living poor liv- i
man of Joseph's character and j t
spir- I :
ing conditions.For .
B': L. itual integrity marrying an unbe- :
[J : for liever. example, in New Zealand,

The sons which came into the where infant mortality is 32 per

home were recognized as God's gift. thousand, deaths among boys are

Note how God was counted into the .. 35 per cent higher than among .

: CONSTIPATION life of, these boys and of the home. girls; while in Chile, where infant HOW TO "KNOW" ASPIRINJust

We spoke above about the need rMARTaN mortality is 248 per thousand, be sure to ask for St.Joseph ABpn-in.
of ry /aN 5 There's none faster none stronger. 100
i conserving grain. Think now of
j deaths among boys are only 6 per tablets cost only 35c. Why pay more?
No matter how many medicines the infinitely more important conservation '
cent higher than among girls. Be sure to demand St. Joseph Aspirin
i. you have tried for constipation, of boys and girls.
we urge you to try B-L with the The liquor interests have used this t

: understanding that B-L must war to create 'a taste for beer on'
bring you excellent results or
the part of millions of young men --
your money back. Caution: Use
I Io
directed. and women, both in the armed serv-
only as
ices and in our war plants. They
AcH sc sm'
have broken down the objections and .

the religious principles of many and

Here's a SENSIBLE way we are almost at the point whereone "> Sprains Strains + Bruise Stiff Joints ,
who objects is regarded as a MARY
to relieve MONTHLY
foolish fanatic.If .

America cannot with impunityuse M'

: FEMALE PAIN her grain to make booze, do I ''TrU to Li. f e," a Paraof fl'r1 I
., you think God will hold us guiltlessif sur IS one 0 f the
, <(. ,.'., LydIa E. Flnkham's Vegetable Compound stand mount pike';OO11ed.. Welll -
we idly by and let the 1.
': Is famous not only to reliever we1 stars
;" < periodic pain but rapacious breweries and anY Hollywood
: ALSO accompanying distilleriestake .
....., nervous tired, highstrung feelings- %I form CafOx Tooth Powder.MCResson
'10\>;;,;' when due to functional monthly dis- our boys girls? who use & Robbins Ina, FOR THE CAUSE OF MANY DISORDERS .
turbances. Taken regularly-it helps III. Famine God's Opportunity : '
build up resistance against such symp- (vv. 53-57). Bridgeport.Coon --
: This package contains a combination of mInerals produced)
,' ;. toms.! Follow Pinkham's label Compound directions.helps nature Now the time had come when TOOTHCM.OX 1h-S and compounded by Nature alone, with no artificial ingredients ,
: Try It! 1* man-made drugs. When mix it with I
God's word to Joseph POWDER nor you your
"u.1'1)'__Ll ...'., VICETABLEolS was proved to drinking water according to directions and drink Crazy 1
COMPOUND be true. When His loyal servant Water day after day you join millions who have attacked i
stood before the world I the cause of their troubles. Gently but surely Crazy War '. j I
as the one ,
t stimulates three main cleansing channels-kidney, skin \ \
WNU-1 34-45 who was in touch with the infinite and intestinal elimination. Crazy Water brings positive:
One, he'had the food to give out I r R benefits in faulty elimination the cause and aggravating
factor of rheumatic pains digestive orders, constipation.
because he had obeyed God's com- -.-- excess acidity, etc. Get a package of-Crazy Water Crystal
mand.It at your drug store today.

is in the crises of life that the

"r:'. :' For You To Feel Well things When man's of God hand prove drops themselves.in weak- Water :. ?: 4d ;

,>;',,;; 24 hours every day 7 days every ness and despair, God steps in and A favorite household antiseptic dressIng ,
"'>: :, week, never stopping the kidneys filter does the abundant thing; that is, if and liniment for 98:years-Hanford'i JUST ADO CRAZY WATER CRYSTALS 10 YOUR DBIHKIHG WATER .
>= ; ., waste matter from the blood. BALSAM OF MYRRH It contains I''
we are willing to
'c.,. .J If more people were aware of how the Him. soothing gums to relieve the soreness and i
kidneys! must constantly remove surplus There is another sense in which ache of over-used and strained muscles. i
matter fluid that excess cannot acids stay and in other the waste blood the coming of famine was God's op- Takes the sting: and itch out of burns AREYounDOWI
i without Injury j to health, there would portunity, ,for it gave Him the scalds insect bites oak and ivy poisoning
be better understanding of why the wind and sun burn chafing and c\ )))
whole system is upset when kidneys fail chance He wanted to speak to men. chapped skin. Its antiseptic action lessen
to function properly. In the days plenty and prosperity *the danger of infection whenever the
Burning scanty or too frequent urination
sometimes warns that something mankind is self-sufficient and too kin is cut or broken.
Is wrong. You may Buffer nagging backache busy to listen to God, but when there Keep a bottle handy for the minor with AlARIA.WIDTfRSMITH"S
headaches, dizziness, rheumatic casualties of kitchen and nursery At
I i, pains getting up at nights, swelling. is no food to eat, he has time to your druggist-trial size bottle 351; .
Why not try Dpan'g Pills You will hear God. household size 651; economy size $1.25. .
be using a medicine recommended the a C. HANFORD MFQ.CO. Syracuse N.Y. TA i t
country over.Doan't stimulate the function Will he wait to cry out to God until Sole makers of
of tho kidneys and help them to have felt the
flush out 'poisonous waste from the sharp pangs of
blood. They contain nothing harmful. hunger, or' will we by our obedienceand I 1
Get Doan't today. Use with confidence.
gratitude of heart
At aU drug stores. encourage p.
Him to continue His abundance to-

ward us? Reader, how do you feel] I TonIC :4A71 4J
in your own heart?


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present for this assembly. FAREWELL TO RIDDLE FIELD 1 ly, upon completion of his special | SON"- BORN

The Clewiston News I Football practice was" ,started last __ I Navy course he was the' eleventh !

week with Prof. Evans as acting The days are rapidly passing by, hIgh man out of 110. He expects'! Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hooker of
enthusiastic over be o'er to enter college on completion of Jacksonville announce the birth ofa
is quite
coach. He A week or so will soon ;
Florid every Friday In Clewiston,! for a successful foot- with sighIn his enlistment in the Navy. i son on Saturday, September 1, ;
by .the CLEWISTON NEWS, the prospects And Riddle Field, many a .
: i weight six and a half pounds. Mr.
Inc. ball season and says he has some Clewiston will be HO more. .
I splendid material to work on. It Lt. Walter L. Brantley, Jr., is reported Hooker is stationed at the Naval \

Entered as second class mail matter I does look tho' as if the local field is We have liked you, yes, we love you, by papers this morning as Base at Jacksonville.

February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In I going to be a little small for play We have shared your joys and sor- being one of the returning soldiers:'
Cl'ewieton, Florida, under the Act of construction of the new row; aboard the Queen Mary when next BIRTH ANNOUNCED
with the
3, 1897.CAHR I
March ; school building underway at the Have watched you right on' thru It docks in New York. I I I Mr. and Mrs. J. G. :Hawkins of

To_ each_ ___ __ tomorrow
Publisher south end. Perhaps It can be mov- n bright nr gloomy FISH FRY :; Moore Haven announce the birth ofa
ed northward a little and clear the We join at the Club to chat awhile; FOR RIDDLE EMPLOYEESMr. son, Donald Ray the- morning of
Subscription Rate-$.SO Per Year construction work sufficiently to : September 6th at the
To eat and dance and sing, Clewiston
Advertising Rate On Application. give room for play. No worry about pomp or style,- and Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mr. Emergency Hospital. He weighed
-- Just good ol' fun with men of Wing., and Mrs. G'. H. Small, Mr. and Mrs. .eIght pounds.
The weather was quite nasty the H. C. Post and Paul Lumbar were
Devoted to the advancement and welfare small tropical There's good ol' De,' we like him so;
first of the week as a hosts Thursday evening at a fish FOR SALE-Man
and County. and
of Clewlston : the state. And Cowlishaw and Dwyer too; /
disturbance blew in over fry at the Boy Scout center on the

f I But there was no wind and so long I Darby, Cousins, and Aherne, we ridge honoring their friends and ladies bicycles, 1,1 1 1-2

as we get nothing but rain from know, customers among the Riddle Field

f. I these storms we should not com- Jolly. square-shooting, loyal, true-. personnel, most of whom are soon to!| h.p. outboard motor,
.. .
plain. blue.There's leave Clewiston. Among those pres- '
I portable
'ent were: Mr. and Mrs. F": E. Hun- typewriter
Bob Johnston, a guy with
. . .... .. .... . lots of friends, ziker, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Smith, Mr. house and furniture. J.
1 /NMNNNN. . :NNN. : : ; : :+.:.N. :H:N:NNNNN. : and Mrs. J. C. Ziler, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Oh, you ought to hear him sing
D. Leftwich, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. C. Ziler, 614'Osceola.
j! Remember When?--- ; Cockrill, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richardson 1
And Pop who plays 'til the party. !
On The House I ends Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Thompson 1 I tc. \

By Frances Nail ; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Garcia,
And Gino and Foss who can make
''ey D. C. S. I that rythm climb. Mr., and Mrs. J. Fernandez, Mr. and FOR SALE Bamboo
........... Mrs. William Miss Laura
.:NININ H NIH NINI111N NII:MINININ/N 1+MIN : : : : : Peters,

It- can be blamed on the rain this I And Ernie Smith, we'll rememberyou Ann Owens, Glenda Sue Etherton, porch furniture, two-

time but the small vote in Tuesday'scity (Taken from the files of the well Robert Ahern' Kenneth Bloomer,

election was due more to a lack I 1 Clewiston News of September 7, I As a friend to all whom you meet; I Emmett Dugger, E. Elliott Gross and burner hot plate, 10-foot I

of interest on the part of residents 1928)) And Lehman and Liversedge, you F/Lt. S. D. Harvey.
than it was to Inclement weather. In I i The Clewislon News of September both are swell, quick-freeze unit, i

the first place there were only some I'7, 1928, carried a two inch head- And Ziler and Stroud just can't be Medical care benefits provided drapes lunch tables. In-
four hundred voters registeredthere line reading "Ten New Houses beat.Sanders'Morris. under Schenley Distillers' plan em- :

should have been many more. Planned." Even in 1928 houses and brace hospital, surgical and medical structor's Club. Phone !

Not many more than half of this rooms were at a premium here and the Davises-John- expense for employees, and surgical .
blame ny and Glen, benefits for workers' dependents. 151R.
number'voted. It was easy to this story told of bids being received !
Cockrell, Walker Peters, Van, Hank I
likely 1
it more
the rain but was I for the construction of ten two I -- rM/WMNVN/y.
carelessness.Not and three-room houses. The houses and Fred;
that Clewiston is the only i The Richardsons, Dugger, Fritz, and
interiors be-
,were to be of Celotex ,
town like that in the areaalmostall ing constructed south of the highway the rest of the men- BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
the same. We expect Democracy A special wish too for our ol' 'jollY
are what residents
of early
function smoothly and !and south Jed. 7:00 TO 9:30 A. M. '12:00 TO 2:00 P. M. 6:30 TO 8:30 P. M.CLEWSTON .
remember as Celotextown. A jail

complain to high heaven if every was proposed for Clewiston to save And here's to Steve and Bill and Tony

thing doesn't go to suit us. Still i the county the expense of taking and Pete,

we're not sufficiently interested in I prisoners to LaBelle. To Lindsey and Keates and all the lINN "
the process to take the five or ten I Captain Duff, in accordance with rest :'

minutes required to vote. .i.the city's beautification program, Of the RAF who made our group ,.'
Clewiston now has a new commissioner had 10,000 banana plants, 500 grape- complete tl
following Tuesday's election I DINE AT THE INN
fruit trees and 500 orange trees At the Club, where they all stand the ,
and loses onewho has served : .
planted.Mr. test.
on the commission for fifteen years. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and FOR GOOD FOOD .
Mutt Thomas' is the new. member. i their sons, Bob and Dick: were moving We'll miss you all, you bet we will,

He has lived in the Clewiston and I here from Okeechobee after Mr. We'll hate to see you go;
I '
South Lake area almost all of his :Patterson purchased the E. C. Cole You've found a vacancy to fill- Steaks Fish Fresh Vegetables ,

life has large land holdings in the home. I But gee! We'll ,miss you so!
is of the most sucI I .
section and one "
I I The Clewiston News advised -- <
farmers in the lake. :
cessful young
We feel that Mutt is capable, ener- against traveling car to the east (N:N:N:N:N:N:M:M:M:N:...:N N M:N:N:..NON N N N:N:..:..:.
coast by way of muck road. The pa-
Meet Your Friends In Our
getic and level-headed and should !per warned that motorists whodrove

make us a splendid commissioner.At over it to West Palm Beach might
the same time we say goodbyto With '
find it impassable en route home
another commissioner who has and then would have to return by COCKTAIL LOUNGE
served long and faithfully. Secretly -
Okeechob'ee. "At
way of that time I
Mr.. Bigg will probably rejoice that .the only road to Palm Beach was a Our

he Tuesday's was low election man (by and one will'vote be )able in little muck road that ran throughthe Boys Open 11:00 A. M. to 2:00"P. M. 4:00 P. M.

fields. In the old days pilots
to cast off the burdens of a commissioner's ,
were said to "fly by the seat of their To 12:00
duties since his dutiesas t in theService
pants" and that is a fairly apt description -
treasurer of the United States
of the way one drove a car
Sugar Corporation are, or should be,
over these roads. Two of my great
heavy enough for one man. I --
grand-mothers crossed the states
j twice about the middle of the last .. et4 ak jo SCHOOL WITH

This week winds up activity at century but after a trip to the coast rg
both Riddle Field and the POW: shopping in the early days I often )I pd6"

camp 'at Liberty Point. The German thought that they, although of sterner .pI .-........................."...........-................................ ......................... .
prisoners and guards will leave Lib- 'stuff, had nothing on me but a ,I .: 1 '

erty Point tomorrow for Green Cove sunbonnet.The First Lieutenant Homer Hanchey, ;
Springs the RAF cadets and mostof :\
social items that week con-
of Fort Myers, formerly employee
their officers will leave Mondayon i tamed news of various natures such here by the Clewiston Motor Com-
the long trip back:: to England. i 1 I
_as: the outstanding business beingI pany, has been discharged at Camp
Most of the personnel of the field I done by Connell's Filling Station, Blanding. He flew 126 combat mis-
will have gone by the end of next I
| which had just opened that week. sions as pilot of a C-46 Commandoin w

week. ''Francis Wright had Sunday dinner the New ,Guinea and Philippine
May we wish every one of the mem-i j with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Becker. campaigns.

bers of the prisoner of war detach-I Mrs. Claud Downs, manager ofi o
ment, the Riddle Field personnel and olio .
i the Watanabe Hotel, was advertising
B. H. Greer, CPO,;formerly with
the RAF the very best of luck and 1
a special Southern Cream Chicken -
the 15th NC Battalion and a friendof y?
hope that all will ,consider their stay i! Dinner at the regular price of CPO Richard Hooks, now stationed -

with us a pleasant one. 1 fifty cents. The Clewiston Motor: at Fort Pierce, visited briefly her

(.Company advertised the Chevrolet at Sunday with Mrs.. Hooks.
Monday the school kids will go a cost of 585.00 and' the advertise-,,

trudging back to'. school-to begin the I ment stated that the War Tax was Pvt. Harry C J. Vaughn, now sta-
1945-46 term: The shortage of removed. l
tioned in Europe, is playing with the
teachers which has existed promisesto I -_. -- Detached Service baseball team and -

be improved by Monday and cer-I Swinging to the production of fire- writes home that they really have anAl .:.' CJtoba! School days call for/'rugged"

tainly within a few days the faculty arms for sportsmen, the Marlin Fire team. They have played over shoesthatcanwithstandthewearof

will be complete. The customary I Arms Company looks for the biggest Germany, France, Austria and mothers everyday choose wearing. And wise

opening day assembly will be held year in its 75 year history in 1946. Czecho-Slovakia. He is now in the SHOES OF BALANCED CONSTRUCTION famed for theIr Balanced Acro.bats-Con-
in the auditorium at nine 0'clock.and I The concern has ,already converted
latter country 'and has been askedto struction that helps young mus-
Prof. Quentin Evans is hoping there I and now is in 100 percent peacetime play on the football team. $3.45 > cles develop strong and sure-as f
will be a good crowd of patrons I production. ; hu x nature intended. $3.00 to $5.50

r Hervey* according to size.GIANT" .
AMMF 1/c Bourne of the

Navy writes that he recently met

up with Lt. W. A. Davis, Jr., of the

U. S. Marine Corps in Pearl Harbor
i and they had quite an interestingvisit. : i
I Q + i
J f rS v. i
.' BEST IN FOODSTry Sgt. A. W. Sias, Clewiston's post-
master on leave to serve in Uncle

Sam's Army Postoffice at Miami
N ciat
A Complete Dinner At Beach, is home, on a fifteen-day fur: 0 C W0IINI"/INI-
lough and expects to be dischargedno

later than the first of November

and return home for good.
David Thomas, SM 2/c of the BOOK I

Navy, is. home for a fifteen-day leave color I
A story-
from Little Creek, Va., where he is, book given with each pair ;' j

$1.25 and Up at present, stationed. On his returnto for of Acrobats.the TUMBLIN Be sure to TIM ask 3 / $3 45 .1 I

his base he is expecting to be book when you come in ,,,,; y i
assigned to patrol duty in the Pa- for your shoes.

Service from 6 to 9 o'clock Short' Orders cific.David
entered the service on De-

9 till 1 II :30 cember 15 of last year. He is now Clewis ton Go.
eighteen years of age and expects to Dryfioods :

take the study course offered by the

Air Conditioned Navy which will give him the creditshe

would have obtained by finishing
high -school. He would have beena W. N. MARTIN

senior in school this year. Recent-

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FRIDAY. BEPTIDIDER 7. 1946 TIm CLEWISTON: vrrora _. _.. ___
l'dU : }o'I\1'1

.. .... .................... .. .... ....... .. ..-. .. ....... .
j C-( : : :'-( : : : : : : : : : :-( : : :-( : : :-: :<<-( : : : : :---K<<----.x.:I I Luther Owens, who has been I I! BRIDGE CLUB MEETS FOR RENT-Two furnished

, '
Xf' Standard Oil agent at Riddle' Field, WITH MRS. R. U. WILSON "'

I left this week for Jacksonville and
1 houses. One avail-
will be joined there by his family Mrs. R. C. Wilson entertained her

and SOCIETY very shortly. bridge club Wednesday afternoon at able

f' her home on E. Crescent Drive. Mrs now, one Sept. 15, *
Lt. Earl Hansen of Brooklin. N. I H. A. Bestor won high score prize H. 'C. Jones 525 Sagamore. .

_ Y., is the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford received ,

L"' ...... .............._.. .................;............ ......... ...................'."........iI'.iI'._ ._ ."................................;.; O.r-.J. ...iI'-iI'. ._ ._".......... C. Ziler and Mr. Ziler. Lt. Hansenwas second high prize. Phone 1 19.

l' f I I recently released from a POW Tuna fish salad, saltines and iced
Bernie and Gene Thompson spent Mr. and Mrs. Everett J. Casper
camp in Germany.Mr. tea were served to Mrs. Bestor,' Mrs.
last week in Fort Myers. I and children have returned from a Mumford\
Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs.

Mrs. Ruth Wilcox was a business visit in Hollywood. and Mrs. G. E. Etherton and C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.J. FOR SALE 18 foot

visitor in Jacksonville last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Blount and Glenda Sue, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Post, E. Beardsley and Mrs. Otto Lar- Schult House Trailer.A1 .

Billy enjoyed a fishing trip ot Pine Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Small and Paul gen.

The Sidney Crochets spent the : Island over the weekend.Pfc. Lumbar were fishing at 'Everglades condition, good tires.
holidays in Miami. Labor Day.
I SOON FOR ARCADIA Sewing Shop 'South
and Mrs. Egress Suggs left

: The W. C. Prewitts spent the holiday Friday for a two weeks' visit with I Mr. and Mrs. Gene Powers and Atlantic. 1'
Announcement is made this week tp.
at Fort Lauderdale Beach. relatives in Arcadia and Tampa. 'family spent the holidays at Juno '
I by B. L. Thompson that he'is taking -
j Beach. The Powers and Mr. and
over.a store of the National Au-
Mrs. Billie Crow- spent the week Miss Betty Townsend and Miss I[ Mrs. R'. C. Wilson enjoyed a fishing
tomotive Parts Association in Ar-
visiting in Jacksonville.Mrs. I Mary Nell Christian spent the week- trip off Salerno on Monday. FOR SAL Complete
cadia will
I(I on September 15 and be
Palm Beach.
end in i '-
moving there shortly.Mr. .
I. R. Holland spent this week household furnishings..
I Mrs. Charles Foy has returned Thompson opened an auto
I with relatives in Alabama. Mrs. Frank Mooney and son, '
from a week's visit in Jacksonvillewith
parts store here several and Living bedroom
years ago room
\ _____.. ;
Mickey; just returned from a: visit
her mother-in-law, Mrs. R. J. last year'sold to Vaughn and Wrightof
: Mrs. J. D. Leftwich spent several with her ,mother in Jacksonville.Mrs. Foy, who returned to Clewiston. with West Palm Beach, continuing to and kitchen. Reason-

days last week in Miami. her. remain here His appli- : '
as manager.
A. P. Wynn and Mrs. R. E. able price. Feldman -
cation for an NAPA store has beenin
Mrand Mrs. C. R. Egley 'are returning Waldron spending the week at
are Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs.
for sometime, however, -and he 417 E. Ventura
this week-end from a two Englewood Beach. Frances Meredith, Patricia: Ann feels 'that this opportunity was one I ,

weeks vacation at Fort Myers Beach. -- Meredith, Mrs. A. A. Munroe and he could'not turn down. Avenue. (House with

Miss Margaret Von Mach is' visit Mrs. Campbell E. Nall spent Sun- During their residence here Mr.

Mrs. Ned Hager and Mrs. I. S. ing in Detroit, Mich., with' her par- day on the east coast. and Mrs. Thompson have been very red shutters, across from
Bell, Sr., spent the week-end in Palm ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Von Mach. '
J active in civic affairs and will be
Beach. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fuller have greatly missed from the community.Mrs. Stone Apts.)

Mr. and Mrs. Urey Waldron were returned from Fort 'Lauderdale, .
i' Ham'ilton Thompson was president of the
Miss Maylene and Miss the guests of, Mrs. Roy Draughonin where they were joined by Gene, Parent-Teachers Association for this \
:, ,Roberta Foy spent the week-end in Okeechobee over the week-end. WANTED To
: who had been spending his vacationat year and Mr. Thompson was head of buy or
Palm Beach.
the home of Captain and Mrs. the high school athletic council, and

I Miss Annette Hoffman left 'for Frank E. Veltri at Fort Bragg N. C. was chairman of the, underprivileged rent, furnished or un-
/ Mrs. Fred Sikes and, children were St. Petersburg Thursday to enter
I children's committee of the Ki-
furnished house. Peter
! visitors in West Palm Beach Satur- school.Mr. Mrs. W. Turner
. v. F. .. of LaBelle wanis Club.NANCY .
: -" -- I spent Wednesday and Thursday here Chagaris at George'sGuest

i I and Mrs. E. M. Dull visited at the home of her daughter, Mrs. I

Mr. and Mrs. F., E. Conkling are friends and relatives in .St. Cloud I Jimmy Harris Mr. and Mrs. Harris PO"ERAS House.. S7p.
spending the week at Fort Lauder- PARTY
over the holidays.Mr. and Caroline Dunaway were in West I I

dale Beach. Mrs. J. Palm Beach. Nancy Powers celebrated her I
and H. Walker' spent '

Mr. and Mrs., N. V. S. Mumfordwere I the week-end in Miami with the Miss Florence Graham is leavingover twelfth birthday anniversary with a FOR SALE 7-room

the holiday guests of Mr. and Walker family. party, the night of August 31 at the

Mrs. H. A. Bestor in 'Miami. the week-end for Jacksonville,' home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.I house and garage, three
where she will visit her parent,
-- Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Thomas visit- I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham, and Gene Powers. Rainbow colors were bedrooms. Three doors
Mrs. Judson Francis has returned used in all appointments and decora-
ed relatives in Miami over the, :week
i sister Miss
Sally Graham for
from a week's visit in Miami with end. week. tions. Suitable prizes were given to 1 from school on Osceola,

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor. ___ I the winners of the numerous original -
I Ave. Will sell furnishedor
games played.
Sgt. and Mrs. Tom Malone were i Mrs. 'H. R. Lamb, sister of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor returned I visitors in West Palm Beach on Mon- Guests were Joyce Bartz Jo Ann
Ruth B. Owens Mrs. Forrest be
from Miami where they spent a i I day. Pitzen, Iris ,Ann Wright, Elissa May ,
and daughter, Peggy, Mrs. J. L.
'.twoyveeks' vacation.Mr. Muller, Sally McCarthy, Joyce Tan-
-- Pearce and daughter, Nancy. Ann, all ner, Emma Jane Ezelle, Harriet seen by appointment. Inquire -
Mr.: and Mrs. A. R. Brink and of Okeechobee of
and Mrs. E. O. Hunter, Jr., of children of Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. Owens here, were the guests I Magill, Mada Thielen, Patricia Ann News office. tf.
Wednesday. ,
Columbia, S. Car., were recent visi- Mrs. M. T. Bennett the'latter part of Meredith and Beverly McDonald.

tors here. last week. .
t Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Thompson were .

visitors last week in Tampa. Mrs. _' ,_=- __ :: -: _: ,.:,q. ._') -.. _. :. : '- ti' I
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Davis and children -
I Thompson's'sister, Mrs. L.: G. Fern-
spent Labor Day, week-end with
to their home in andez and Mr. Fernandez and her
_, friends in Miami. i i Okeechobee last week. ,Mr. Davis
neice, Mrs. P. 1N. Beazley,- returned
was a link instructor at Riddle Field. with them and visited them here wanted
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Andrews and I this week. N help 1'H i
children spent Labor Day holiday in Mr. and Mrs N. J. Bishop and

Miami. children left Tuesday to return to

,__ IMiss' I their former home in Winsockett, Miss' Marianne Jones is attend-
ing a house party at Daytona Beach
Mamie Trice and Miss Mar-Rhode Island.
this week. Miss Jones will be leav- Young Man or WomanIMACK'S
gie Allen were week-end visitors in ,
Miami. Miss Jane Avret-;of Columbus, : ing shortly to resume her studies -it

Georgia is house the Florida State ,College for 'Women -
the guest of Mrs.R. -
: in Tallahassee.Mr. DRUG STORE
R. Hooks. Miss Avrett is
Mr. and.Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn an
were I i .... =
aunt of Mr. Hooks.
the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. .
'. J. E. Lovvorn in Okeechobee.Mrs. I I and Mrs. C. E., Bailey, Miss =--- ,; :, _:'- :, :',::, '---;- -- '. :.,:::: -.- ---::-=. :.: : ;..-- .. ,'- ,: ": :, :."', .

,1 I H. A. Land spent the holidays at Laura Bailey and Miss Pat Bailey

Fort Lauderdale Beach with Mrs. spelt the week-end in Miami. Laura ._ .
L. M. Oliphant left Sunday I ... --- -
i Land and Shari, who are vacationingI and Pat remained until Monday.
after a two weeks visit here "with'her ,
Their parents ;returned Sunday to
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. I ALIGHT INSTRUCTIONOf
I'i Clewiston.Mr. .
and Mrs. R. C. Wilson, who accompanied -
her to West Palm Beach to ]I Mr. and Mrfe. W. R. Broadrick: and I All Kinds In Preparation For

board the train.MATINEE i Mr.. and Mrs. G. F. Serson were Mon- and Mrs. Larry Walden have

day visitors at Fort Lauderdale returned from a visit at Bradenton Private and CommercialPILOT'S '
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[Beach. I Beach. They have purchased the R.

. : A. Westmoreland house. Mr. Walden -
[I J. E. Beardsley has been discharged who has been associated with

from the Clewiston Emergency -I Riddle McKay Aero College, is engaged -

; Hospital and is recuperating I in farming in the 'Glades area. Now Being Organized

I from a recent operation at his home.

I Mrs. Ruth B. Owens spent the CHARLES W. MILLER
Capt. J. E. Goodbread, who is
holidays in Tampa wtih her son and
:: 3 ]>._M., KITE 7-9 P.M. stationed at ,McDill Field, was the daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ENROLL NOW PHONE G7-H OH 140JYOUR '

-- 1.'J".. .
week-end of Mrs. --- ,
guest Gorda Collins '
Week 9 Thomas B., Owens. The junior Mrs.
Beginning Sept.
'. ; and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Driggers. I Owens and sons, Tom and Jimmy

" I 1 I, returned to Clewiston with Mrs.
Sun. & Mon.
Sept. 9 & 10 Mrs. Mark Kennon
returned Ruth B. Owens and are spending the
; from a two weeks' visit in Arcadia week here.

i j with her mother, Mrs. Edward STORE

;'Murell.Mr. I / fERns
.:' I E. Elliott Gross returned Satur- /
iN ---
:' A RNERr I I day from a two months' absence j
I and Mrs. John Paul Donnelly '
during which he attended an En- :::
y and daughter are planning to leave I : (i fl
. {Saturday for their former .home in gineering ,and Lecture Course at ;
.' .
j' ,.. 'New York.Dale J Johns-Hopkins in Baltimore, Mary- '

,: Cartoon-News land. Upon the completion of the >Sll:

courses Mr. Gross visited'in New ,
i/; Newton, of Atlanta, repre-
: York City before returning to Clewis!
,:.."- ,\ Tues, & Wed., Sept. 11 & 12 sentative of Caterpillar Tractor Com i
. ton. I Easy Terms on Purchases of $16 or More. I j
<" pany, was a business visitor here for .

i ',::: IOBtl1 lIJlIINf several days.

' ;r DAY I WalkerWynnMiss
', YOUNG _
i'Jir.,)' ., I Mr. and Mrs. Hub Spooner' have Across FromPostoffice I P Fort Myers,
.' Returned to Clewiston to reside and

't.-..' 7171/I' I II: 0 I are occupying their home. They Janice Wynn became the .. Florida

I' with V i have been living in Belle Glade.Miss" bride of Jimmy Walker of Miami in

;. ANN HARDING { a quiet ceremony Sunday evening,
August 26 at the home of Rev. Le-
Alice Savage I ,
:",..' Cartoon I Prince, Mrs.: Ruth Wilcox, Miss, Miss Lois In- roy Angell in Miami. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

.., grid DeMarco, Lawrence DeMarcoand Mrs. Walker, is the youngest
.. Thurs. & Fri., Sept. 13 & 14 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. -i
Captain Petrillo
were Sun
1:.: HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN"with day guests in Palm Beach. Wynn. She 'graduated from the MANY THANKS :_:

All Your Favorite Stars Clewiston High School in the Class

A I Mr. and Mrs. Neal Dwyer are of 1945 and has been employed ,at To our friends and customers during our several years of business :;:
< NewsSaturday Riddle McKay Aero ] for '.. .:'
'J, planning to leave Sunday for Boston College some in Clewis ton.
Mass.: En route will-visit time. The groom was for a while :i: :i:
they Riddle .%. In leaving soon to make our home elsewhere we take this op- .:.
associated with
Sept. 15th Field here
Silver Springs and stop over briefly .;. portunity to ,express our sincere pleasure for the many friendships .:-
in but is at present associated with ...
"MAN FROM: OKLAHOMA": \ Alabama. .'t., we have formed in Clewiston and regret that a better ;
'Riddle McKay at Chapman Field. :: business makes it to :: l
I : opportunity> necessary say goodby. !
: Roy RogersCartoon"ZORRO" Mr. and M-r-C. Redish and Attending were Mrs. R. E. Wal- ? c

family, Mr. Mrs. dron sister of the bride Mr. Wal .1
i I Melvin
No. 5 Carlton, l :=: MR land :MRS. B. L. THOMPSON ::
I Mrs. Manning Carter and dron and Jack Wyun, a brother oil I Il. ::: : '
.. -' -'- -. .., Mrs. Walker's. The couple

, ,:.. .. : -- .: ]spent Beach.Labor Day at Fort Lauderdale I l.plan to reside in Miami.young, I *':..:N:N:N:.1:N:N:..:..:N:N:.i N:..:1:N:N:N:N:N:N..:N i.:N:N N N N N:N N:N:N:.1 N:N N:N N' N H N N N N, 1.:N:N:Ni N,


Got Entertainment 3 U ':: '-r : ( 'i'oJ

. Where It Wasn't IntendedBritish VL'q''U'.lQ'0

.,I:lirll ila r tir I Ir
e R
merchant and sportsmanSir G R UpOR } j %
Thomas Lipton, a canny man, .

was rarely bested. in any business W. fA ON. Fly Away, Fly Away Pat a few pieces of charcoal into To exterminate white flies on

undertaking.On "Are you an angel Daddy?" asked glass in which a hyacinth bulb is I house plants, cover with a newspaper -
one occasion the tea traderwas Elsie. planted to keep the water sweet. canopy and have someone ?
made a poor offer for a pieceof 'Well-er-not exactly, dear. Why do -.- blow smoke under it.
his valuable property. EMPEROR ONCE DEMOCRATIC you ask?"
"Your price is ridiculous," Twenty-three years ago, this "Well, I heard Mummy say she tea When threading a sewing ma- -.- I
writer, visiting in Japan, got considerable going to clip you" wings"Generally chine needle, hold something white Wash burners ,on gas stove once !
scoffed Lipton. first-hand information about under the needle and it will thread a week in a solution made of one I

"Think about it," urged the prospective the emperor from a young Japa- So more easily. gallon water, two tablespoons \

buyer, "I'll be back to- nese Quaker, Renzo Sawada, who "What is the feminine of bache- -.- washing soda and soap flakes. 1
morrow. had been picked to accompany Hiro- lor?" asked the school teacher. Don't throw away lemon and or- Rinse and dry well.

"Well, did you entertain my of- hito, then crown prince, on a trip There was no reply until a small ange skins. Bake them in a mod- -e- i

fer?" asked the man when he re- to see the western world. boy sang out: "a lady in wait- erate oven until very crisp. When To clean fireplace bricks, cover

turned the next day. Why Sawada, educated in a Qua- ing." cold grate or grind them and storein them with paste made of powdered

"On the contrary," counteredSir ker school in Tokyo, was chosen to a well corked bottle. A pinch ina pumice and household ammonia.

Thomas with a smile, "it entertained accompany the young prince on,this The most' certain thing about a pudding or cake makes a great Let dry for an hour, then scrub the

me." history-making trip, I do not know, mule is his uncertainty. improvement. bricks with warm, soapy water.
I except that the Imperial council of I I
education wanted a commoner of /I

Hirohito's age who spoke Englishand Let's Utilize Every Inch With These ;
F French to. travel with the future OLINEroNic
SNAPPY FACTS emperor. Space -Saver Racks for Closet DoorBy

ald/ Never before had a ruler of Japan LARGE BOTTLE-'
left its shores. In the past scarcely -
Ruth :
Wyeth Spears
was the emperor even seen by
RUBBER l his subjects. Some idea of his isola- Everyday hats are held in perfect shapf
*' tion can be gained from the fact by a curved front made to fit crowiw.
Both small and large articles are held
that the word "mika" means
conveniently In the lower rack which also
"awful"; the word "do" means has a hanger rod. These racks are also

A Boeing Superfortress lands on "place";i and the name "Mikado" useful for children's togs and toys. They.
k are easy to cut out of scraps of plywood
enough nylon to make 4,000 pairsof means "awful-place. with an ordinary compass saw from the
stocking B.F. Goodrich builds In the old days, priests came to dime store.
Superfortress tires reinforced with worship at the "awful place," but *
F go
nylon cord.California. they never saw the emperor whose t cri0 NOTE: Pattern 283 gives actual-size
cutting guides for all parts of both of the
other name even today is "Tenno, gfgg racks shown here. Illustrated directions
not only has more meaning "son of Heaven." The X000PP for assembling and a list of all material \0
passenger automobiles than emperor is synonymous with the sun Gay EF o gfo t 0 required are Included. To get pattern 283
another state In the Union cE send 15c with name and address
yg. to'f
and from this comes the Japaneseflag JS .u
but also has more than any with 16 spreading rays sym- G
foreign country. bolic of the rising sun and the em- Bedford MRS. RUTH WYETU SPEARS
Hills New York

Using a road magnet the peror.In WED.-THURS.-FRI.-SAT. wish for more and bigger Drawer 10
Michigan State Highway Department those days, the Mikado was the 7:19 a. m.(CWT SUNDAY):eats a.ra. (EWT) if the ones you have Enclose 15 cents for Pattern No. 283.

recently gathered theoretical owner of all the land and 8:13 a.m.(CWT):9:151!m.(EWT) are not organized so ,that all the Name__

I 400 pounds of nails tacks all the people and their posses- Your Favorite CBS Station space is used? Handy racks on the
sions. He was their God and pro- AddressAt
door add accessible
and other metal objects from readily space
tector. His lance and shield came
200 miles of highway.FAMOUS for things used every day leaving
I from Ama, "the ancestral region. OBELISK FLOURLOWER inside shelves for storage. The
Thus arose the cult of Shintoism racks shown
here are carefully .
which actually means "rule of thesuperiors" planned to hold the things you use if-:"".w"' _i: .. ,
or "way of the Gods." the most, yet they are less than ; :w: : M A K E .
Even the word for government in
three inches .
Japan, "matusurigoto" means of FlIESJB'VIRtlI6NT ICE CREAM

"shrine visiting" or "religion." \I

the horns Delicious Smooth 1
Modernizing Emperor. -Any flavor- -
Epitaph -No ice crystals-No cooking-No re-
Thus during most of Japanese whipping: -No scorched f'lovof'Eosy
history in fact, until just after Inexpensive-20 recipes in each 15*pkg.
Please send this ad for free full-sue sample -
the arrival of Commander Perryin SHADES NEARLY TO Thomas Jefferson wrote his own offer or buy from your grocer.

1852, the Mikado was an ethereal THE SILL. PLACETANGLEFOOT epitaph, now on his tomb: "Here

e oo spiritual being, not a ruler; and it was buried Thomas Jefferson, I LOnUOnUERRYBrand
came as a definite shock to many aY PAPER WHERE author'of the Declaration of Amer-
Homemade Ice Cream
Japanese that their -emperortobeshould EARLY MORNING ican Independence, of the Statue of i

sail off to England and LIGHT WILLATTRACT Virginia for Religious Freedom, STABILIZERLONDONDERRY +j ,

France to absorb western culture.In TO IT.WORKS. FlIES and father .of the University of HOWARD,SAN FRANCISCO CAUF. j

fact, some of the more intense LUX Virginia.: "
IS L. .
patriots actually threw themselveson A CHARM 'Q: '

the railroad tracks in front of

the train carrying Hirohito to Yoko-

hama in protest against the depart
ure. MEGLEF00

DISCOVERYacts Naturally Hirohito may have B FLYPAPER
changed lot the 25
a during
fast the It'. the old reliable that .
on kidneysto years since his trip. Naturally, never tilt.'
Economical, not rationed. For tale at
also friend Sawada was
bladder my hardwlre, drug end tor...
ease painful irritation grocery (
prejudiced in his favor. How
CATCHES THE GERM AS Will AS THE HT ( When singing mosquitoes and
caused /
by excess acidity in the urine ever, the story of that voyage ti
7 --.r stinging flies spoil your summer
Thousands are thanking DR. KILMER'S was one of a young man I I ,... i, 't'r" : snooze Quick! Grab a Flit
SWAMP ROOT for helping them to remove anxious to mingle with his fel- "" :;tJ1I1"tfJ.
the cause of needless "getting: up atnights" lowmen astound -d :;/- gun-end shoot 'em dead!
the .
For this pure herbal medicine, i I This effective pleasant-
originally created by a practising physician worshippers by wrestling on the { ,
acts quickly to increase the flow of deck with his aides r 1I& Lv c.i [ ( /, ;- smelling insecticide knocks out
get a bloodynose
urine helps relieve backache,rundown THE TANGLEFOOT COMPANY Grand Rapid..Mkfc. dread, germ-laden malaria mos
feeling, uncomfortable symptoms of and dance democraticallywith 1
bladder irritation. SWAMP ROOT is a s/ quitoes as well as flies
the servants of the Dukeof
scientific preparation. A combination of j 'and moths.
carefully blended herbs, roots, vegetables, Atholl in the same "barbaric" 11 } e
balsams. an ample supply of
Absolutely nothing harsh or Scotland which accord- f
habit-formingwhen you use Dr. Khmer'smedicine. MALARiACHECKED FLIT, today!
Just good ingredients that act ing to Shinto priests, is made c
fast Send to bring for you new comfort! from the mud and seafoamleft uM..lti ) _/i, l' fert .
free prepaid sample TODAY
Like thousands of others you'll be glad over after creation of the IN 7 DAYS WITH
that you did. Send name and address to "heavenly isles" Japan. ,, .o ASI LlQUlD/br
Department C, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box MALARIAL
12S5 Stamford, Conn. Offer
once. AU druggists sell Swamp Root. Hirohito even managed to deliver ] SYMPTOMS / KILLS FLIES,MOTHS '
a public speech to the lord 1Toht'w/t/asdirected' MOSQUITOES =

I mayor of London; and no emperorin Copr.196StaacolamrponGdr

all the history of Japan had ever

delivered a public speech before. In B ..Seuss ,

WIuJSvffi/tl all Japanese history, furthermore,

rot MIIOI aeiEs All run ir no emperor had purchased an arti- I I I

RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO cle of any shape, size or form. In

ftl Paris, however, Hirohito insisted on

going alone and buying a necktie, w/I ,
and later a pearl for his mother.

Hirohito Goes Underground.His .
r 1

.ems greatest ambition, however,
was to ride on the Paris subway or ,

"metro." Before leaving Tokyo, ft'J_ ft 1
Hirohito's staff had been for- -
[tare BottJeU.Ii MM;]'12-Small Size 60t (V'1
*CUTIOI: lIE CUT AS IIUCTED bidden to let the heir to the throne Its Amazing
IT ill COOO CEDE HOIKII IT lull H mifpt il'trip ride on any subway; but despitethis "" ] \\ j
t HelEIL BUS CO.. In.J1C130IIUU 4. FLORIDA the crown prince bolted mostof : PERFORMANCE

his staff and ventured under- II = : is the

ground. He insisted on buying the ..
tickets himself and handed themto t ILH I-) Result.of I a a '

the fat lady guarding the gate. ExclusivePatented/ .

But he handed them to her in a 1:?, ,

dad bunch, instead of spreading them Interior II.9.Rt.N". 3
l"L8b2T .ud 92TaTl, S}1 S3{ I
out fan shape, so that she could not WHY GAMBLE? Construction I .or0 Nmla:No. b\\ y i
punch them quickly. All of which o ,scm.e"'oT.IATEIIOA .

brought forth a storm of abuse in It doesn't' pay to let bruises,
ALa metro French, heaped on the headof cuts or burns go untended rln
I the future ruler of Japan. even minor ones. Play safe '
cleanse at once and dress with NEARLY A MILLION IN USE
.aIF SO .Porter's Antiseptic Oil.This Here's the heater for home Y
CAPITAL CHAFF old reliable stand-by. the the famous ypur
WATCH OUT this winter... WARM
C. The 1946 congressional elections formula of a ln .experienced MORNING. Exclusive f l
railroad surgeon. .is wonder- !
The medical profession knows that probably will see the bitterest fight fully soothing, and tends to interior construction makes pos +
though a person may be cured of com- and the most money spent in years. promote nature's healing pro- sible amazing heating results...
mon malaria they may have it comeback
Both sides are cesses. Keep it on hand for with remarkable fuel economy.
on them. So, if you are once more gearing for a show- -,
feeling tired, run down have pains in down, partly as a result of the Brit- emergency use in taking care Semi-automatic, magazine feed. Model 420
back and legs, feel weak and bill1ou no ish elections. Conservatives of minor burns,bruises,abra- Holds 100 lbs. of coal. Burns any kind of coal coke
appetite and nervous-though chills and are say- sions, chafing,sunburn, non- .ate'
fever haven't,struck you yet and you ing: "It can't happen here." poisonous insect bites.Use onlyas or briquets. Heats all day and night without refuels,
have common malaria-it doesn't pay to (L Truman directed. Three different ing. Holds fire several days on closed draft. Start;a
take any chances. Try a bottle of Oxi- was kept informed regarding Y fire but once a year. Your home is WARM every
dine. Oxidine is made to combat malaria all these incidents tip. at your drugstore. MORNING regardless of the weather!
give you iron to help creation of red off that Japan
blood cells. If the first bottle doesn't was weakeningcame Model 520 See Your Dealer Sold by more than 25,000 Hardware Furniture
satisfy you your money will be returned. I after Russia declared war The GROVE LABORATORIES,JNC. ,Coal;Appliance and Lumber dealer throughout the NatiODeLOCKE

Get Oxidine a bottle has been today used at for your over drug 50 years.store. 1 return.and the'Japs did,hot declare war fu STOVE CO., 114 West 11th St., Kansas City 6, Mo.Lipton (W.9Ot.




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I i I States Sugar Corporation through its geles, Calif., and one brother, K. R. I house causing a loss of around $50- where. The good wishes of these
:veloping new by-products. Their tires, tractors and trucks as well as their new home.

I TOO Late To giant new starch mill will shortly go RATIONING, a label printing' plant that was located -
into operation. As a result of their in thS building.

experiments in cattle feeding another CALENDARMEATS NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RUSSELL KAY great new industry in the produc- Morgan Resigns As Laws of 11)25

tion of cattle feed is certain. and FARed YS

-oMoe:<<..:.:..:..:..;::...,-:..:.-.:(-.-.:-..-:.-.:-.-.:-..:..:..:..:.: Thus we find Florida in an en- StampsV2 I Store Manager Here IN JUDGE THE ,COURT HENDRY OP COUNTY THE COUNTY,

. viable position compared with manyof through Z2 expire on September STATE OF FLORIDA
In re the Estate of
that Florida will her sister states and all Indica- :
It now appears 30. (Moore Haven Democrat) EDWARD STANLEY RICHMOND.
not be hit with post-war unemployment tions point to a busy and most pros- Al through El expire October 31. Deceased.To .
to any alarming degree. While perous fall and winter season with Fl through Kl, expire Nov. 30. A. L. Morgan, manager of Parkin- tees, and all Creditors all Persons, Legatees having, Claims Distribu-
several thousand war workers have employment of some sort availablefor LI through Ql expire Dec. 31. son's store here for the past several Demands against said Estate:
been released from shipyards and all who really want to work. SUGAR years resigned that position effec- You, and each of you, are hereby

other industries, there is almost There should be no unemployment Stamp No. 28 expires Dec. 31. tive September 1 and is leaving the claims notified and and demands required which to present yon any or

.enough employment available to care problem in Florida and there won'tbe SHOES latter part of this week for Sum- either of you, may have against the

i.,.-: .for the 'situation provided workersAre if government both national and Airplane stamps Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4,, in I merville, Ga., where he has accepted estate MOND,of deceased EDWARD, late STANLEY of Hendry RICH-County -
':,'" willing to accept jobs in agriculture state will permit free enterprise to Book Three continue valid indefini a similar position.A Florida, to the Hon. R. M. ,Harris.

!''i, or tourist industries. grow and develop as it is prepared tely. house is being built at Sum- County his office Judge In the of County Hendry Court County House, at In

" Despite the fact that thousandsof to do.O'Neal. merville for Mr. and Mrs. Morgan LaBelle. Hendry County, Florida, within -

"workers were released from the MEAT, BUTTER, CHEESE POINT and until it is completed Mrs. Mor- Dated twelve August months 3,from A. D.the 1945.date hereof.

'Tampa Shipbuilding Company, the Williamson ,VALUES DOWN gan will continue to make her home ELBERT L. STEWART,
local United States. Employment Point values for nearly all meats, here but expects to join her hus- Administrator of the Estate of

Service this week reports that 1,600 Is Buried In Fort all cheeses, creamery 'butter, and band between now and Christmas.' Deceased.To Edward .Stanley Richmond,

Jobs in Tampa are going begging and margarine are reduced sharply and Both Mr. and Mrs. Morgan have the Executor or Administrator:
still unable to secure Myers CemeteryHendry been active in church and civic 'affairs The above notice must be published
employers are canned milk will be point-free dur-I In a newspaper published In Hendry
weeded help.: '- ing the rationing period beginning I during their residence In Moore County once a week for 8 weeks (!l
publications), and the proof of such
Work will be available in pack- ( County News) September 2 and ending September I Haven and it will be regretted by a I publicatipn (which will be furnishedyou
canning plants and processing Funeral services for O'Neal Wil- 29, Chester Bowies, administrator, host of friends that they have decided by the paper) filed in this office.
inghouses, Aug. 17, 24, 31,,.Sept.. 7, 14, 21, 28, Oct.
' establishments within the liamson, aged 40, who died Wednes- of OPA, says. to make their home else- 1 5, 12.Sleep .

next 60 or 90 days and business expansion day of last week at Sebastian were Steaks and roasts will be from two!

now under way with both held Saturday at the graveside in to three points less a pound; hamburger -i I ":"' :": ":";,,,"':+:o..x..y.o.:"X X X X-X"XKK"X.:......:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:- -
large and small concerns in the state Fort Myers cemetery,' the Rev. ,L. H. will be a two-points per

, : will provide work for all types of Wheeler, pastor of Carlson Memorial pound bargain, down from 4; and I

.employees. Methodist Church, officiating. reductions for cuts of lamb and veal I

y Farmers, particularly large scale Church services were held prior to range from one to three'points Pork Well when

;;';, operators 'in the Okeechobee area then in the Community Church at steaks, chops and roasts are down
Fellsmere.Mr. to two points all bacon is down
,:\- ;and in Palm Beach, Broward and one ;
:/. r Dade Counties will need thousands Williamson, who carried a two points, and spareribs are down

; of workers when the. 1945-46 season gun, was said, to have' ended his life three points. Nearly all meats that
t-. under while suffering from shock from injuries now have a value of two or three
F- : gets way. i i"J
'," Tourist attractions, many of which 1 received in an automobile points a pound are reduced one the Wind Blows
crash when his car hit a bridge at point. The new point value for I
; have been closed since Pearl Har-
, Sebastian. He was driving alone creamery butter is 12 points a I
bor, are planning to open and are
when the accident occurred. pound. Margarine is down from 14
now getting ready for an anticipated -
Mr. Williamson :was formerly 'em- to 12 points a pound. Points for all SEE
record smashing tourist season. I
ployed by the United States Sugar kinds of rationed cheeses have been
With gasoline rationing lifted, mo-
';, Corporation at Clewiston and later cut 50 per cent.
torists are already beginning to

frequent. such attractions as Silver tion zone at superintendent Lake Harbor,for until the two corpora-years BEARDSLEY INSURANCE
Two Fires Cause
: Springs, Cypress Gardens, Bok Tower to' Agency
) ,ago when he left become associated -
and other points in increasing
I, with the Fellsmere Sugar Pro- Heavy Damage I
numbers and these numbers may be
ducers. Phone 66 27R2
, depended upon to grow through the or
Survivors are his widow, Mrs.
'.- :fall and winter. Lucille Williamson, the former Lu- TAMPA, Sept. 5FNSTwo. .:N:N:...:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N,:N:N.NON. .N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:N:N:..: :N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:N'wV
:' In areas of the north, where disastrous fires caused damage estimated .
.''' re-I f cille Hampton, who is moving backto ,
conversion will require /
: at well over a half million
LaBelle this week to make her
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I home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
;. : employment, many of whom have had ern processing plant of Citrus Con-
Wade Hampton his mother Mrs.
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t '.: no vacation for several years, and I centrates, Inc., at Dunedin was EXPERTwatch
Sarah D. Williamson of Los AnC&ttait41 J
:; who have available, are planning -
Ji., money totally destroyed when a fire of un-
} on trips to Florida. I determined origin swept the plant

:k -. Travel restrictions that will permit and large quantities of alcohol caus-

:" ,: ; the operation of tourist trains ed, a series of explosions and ham-

.a.':'. and additional buses as fast as equip- pered efforts of fire fighters to Repairing
':-' 'ment is available will insure a steady check the blaze. The second major

'': :influx of tourists. conflagration occurred the follow-

/ All this points to the need of additional ## ing day when the Eagle Lake Pack-J

:::", employees in our hotels, ing Plant at Eagle Lake was destroyed -

f\:.' : apartment houses, restaurants, fillI,I by fire with an estimated I ALL MAKES

,".' :.' lag stations and other businesses loss of $100,000.General .
0:.. ,' :that cater directly to 'tourists. Manager B. C. Skinner of .
'::.,,: While some of our military bases Citrus Concentrates, Inc., estimatesthe I ,,"',...J

< will close, many will be maintained, loss at Dunedin around a half SEMINOLEJEWELRY

l': some on a permanent basis and we million dollars' but states that plans

:: will always have a good number of I are under way for the immediate rebuilding STORE

':,: service people in the state the year, of the plant.A .

>.:' 'round in the Army, Navy and Coast p r4 ry:: C smaller fire at the plant of the Clewiston, FloridaALDERMAN

;. ., ,' : Guard, 'which we did not have before; Pasco Packing Company at Dade
1' ; war.
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"F--#:::';;\ vestors.Plans are being made by the Flor- savings work here..helping & WRIGHT

W'-, ida Fair, Florida Orange Festival, local responsible familiesown "
. ,! '. Festival of States and other events ,

:":-" for victory shows and celebrations their own homes. Ask l t Furniture Company
:";'}, '. in 1946. All such events give employment : i'tr.

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;:,f;'', agricultural and industrial field. ..

s- With the advent of ramie we will Clewiston Federal "f
<. : see the erecting of processing plants l .... The opening of their store on :rJ ,
r ", followed by textile The "
: grow-
:' ing plastic industry offers Savings and Loan ': l
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promise for Florida and in the years 15

just ahead we should be able to AssociationFlamingo .
.count on new : '
manufacturing indus- : IS THEy >,:
tries both large and small. : ;,
We have only begun to scratch then "

,.' surface in the development of our .'
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tween elementary school teachers I! All RegistrantsContinued Lakeside Dairies-
Change In Geographic Gas Coupons May and: high school teachers. The (

Now Be Destroyed elementary group was headed by I --- -
Limits In Engineer
i i,I Miss Jean Moore as leader and Miss I ( from Page 1) (Continued troo page 11 I!
Sub-Office Areas i Sarah Lou Hammond as'consultant; materials necessary to the national !has been installed for milk storage ,J
'| Mrs. C J. Nielson, Chief Clerk of the high school group was led by ''I defense or are key personnel in and two pasteurizers are In use with I
the War Price and Rationing Board, Prof. E. J. Bullock of the LaBelle reconversion activities who cannot j, a capacity of 150 gallons of milk II .
Colonel A. B. Jones, Jacksonville ,i: announced today that holders of school with E.. G. Owens as consultant j be replaced by returning veterans, every thirty minutes -About seventy- I

District Engineer, today announced I gasoline I and fuel oil coupons may I they I may receive consideration for five gallons a day are being processed \
the following change in the Clewis-I|I destroy these coupons in any man- During the afternoon thetwo 1 I deferment. :I at this time.
ton and Miami Beach Sub-Office ner they choose. Mrs. Nielson has met and discussed ideas and. I \
groups I Any man over the age of 26 may The milk leaves the pasteurizers
Stfrr 1, 1945. cerning the final disposition of such I i
No requests for deferments for men'over '!pipes to a large electric cooler and
The! ,division point between the coupons. County Agent-- 26 need be filed in the future. \l)after being cooled is run into the i
Clewiston and the Miami Beach'; She also stated that in a recent | This week the local board sent !I bottler. A house to house delivery !

Sub-Office Areas, formerly located interview with Colonel Terry at the Continued from ,Page 1)) l lHardis Burch, colored, to Camp i is being made once each day. Sterilizing -'
Intracoastal' office, he assured her that I islanding for
at: the junction of the District induction and Clyde equipment and bottle
Waterway and St. Lucie River has '''the' local rationing board office is to Martin, secretary and treasurer.Hancock,Al-U.i.| Earnest Kingcade and Marcellus j I equipment is also provided washing in the'
the Palm City be. maintained indefinitely. ternates are Rev. D. C. Charles Mitchell for pre-induction '
set back to j r plant and an invitation is extendedto
Beardsley. I
and J. E. 1
T. Koch
Bridge, which crosses the South I I meeting the mem- physicals. All three are eigh teenI I all to visit the plant whenever
Branch of the St. Lucie River approximately -,by these leaders, including Rev. Following the attend the thea-I I year olds. j 1 they wish.
bers to
8 miles west of Stuart, Meador, who directed the school, to were
tre by U. T. Koch, manager, as a
Florida. All river and harbor mat- the spiritual needs of the children
ters on the upstream side of the'''was' evidenced in the lessons learned special short subject, a CommunitySing
Plant City Bridge will be handled during the school. was being shown. The Kiwanis WELL DIGGING
in .
Club is reported to have joined
Sub-Office heretofore -
"fey, the Clewiston as Rev. Meador announced that cer-
and those on the downstreamside tificates for those attending wouldbe heartily. Construction Windmill
Sub-Office. Pumps
by the Miami Beach
the church
distributed at serv-
The public is advised that all inquiries i ices Sunday morning. He reportedthat Early Mailing Shallow or As Deep As 200 FeetMESSER'S
relative to permits bridge
out of 93 children enrolled, the r .
instruments, and other pertinent
average daily attendance was 69. The (Continued trow. Page 1)
documents. concerning the -downstream i missionary offering of $17.00, donated and perishable matter are unaccep- SERVICE STATIONLABELLE :
side should, effective: on the: I FLORIDA
I by the children will be given to table for mailing.
date, be
I work of the Seminole -
the missionary Families and friends of men sta-
attention of the Engineer in
the Indian Tribe, several membersof Theater,
tioned in the China-Burma

!Miami Charge: ,Beach U. S., Florida.Engineer Sub-Office, exercises.At the tribe. being present at the on India the Theater Pacific, Islands the Middle, are urged East, or to l I i ilII!lm IICIIii liOOi Vi9liilill il fi Iil! !II!i it li lrnllruiOO il III! u]liG Iilllrillli,i C IiiV i:OCj I! P!G I 1 I im I! 11 I !!i!11 Cil lIDill!!' iiaC!!! [!! ::!h9 I 1 iVl lj!!Iil!_' !I!Ii!I rl

the conclusion of the programthe avail themselves of the early mail-
CommencementExercises congregation was invited to Inspect ing date to insure receipt of Christ- 0L

For the exhibition of the handwork mas presents by Christmas Day. It
done by: the children. is suggested that parcels routed to Lakesideo
Vacation Bible SchoolThe these distant bases be mailed as :

.[Glades And Hendry nearly as possible to September 15

commencement exercises of and no later than October 1. (NORTH :FRANCISCO ST., CLEWISTONAnnounces :
I County Teachers Above all, don't forget the im-
the Baptist Daily Vacation Sc'hoolw I'

re held Thursday evening' at the Hold ConferenceA rank portance, name of, serial the correct number,address branchof : = to the public that their local

First Baptist Church at 8 p. m. The service and organization, A.P.O. plant for the processing of milk and milk
with pre-schOO-;
church was filled to capacity planning conference I number and post office which will
:parents and friends of the children was held in Clewiston Wednesdayfor handle the mail. If the public follows = products is now in regular operation and
Xrho attended the school, which was faculty members of Hendry and instructions the ,
given by Army I=. milk users of the area are now assured the
for the past two weeks schools arranged by
in progress Glades County ; it's a pretty sure bet that the Christ-
offering spiritual guidance and instruction Miss Jean Moore, county supervisorfor mas boxes will go through on time finest and cleanest 1U i
in handiwork for the young the two counties. and reach'the service men for whomit 1-- \

people. The meeting opened at nine o'- ,is designated.
The student body, led by Rev. H. clock with group singing and the devotional -

'C. Meador, marched into the church by Rev. David C. Hancock. ..... Florida has achieved another Grade "A"
and the procedure of a day at the This was followed by brief addressesby
high place in the roster of states
Bible: School was followed. The departments the county superintendents, Mrs.
which she could well have done with-
then and recited the Margaret Farnam of Glades County
sang I out. For the first'six months of 1945
lessons from the scriptures they and Dr. C. E. Weaver of Hendry 1=
the state showed an overall increasein
learned during the course of the I County. Teachers and visitors were 1 1 Pasteurized Milk
crime of 5.2 per cent. Murders led =
'school. :Mrs. Fred Dunaway was introduced then introduced.At .
the increase with a threefortwogain
with her nursery class; ten o'clock there was an. excellent -
over the preceding period. On-
Mrs. Joe Cato, Mrs. Gordon Bembry talk by O. G. Bair of the U and DAIRY PRODUCTS
ly five other states had a greater per-
and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery were State Board of Public Instruction
centage of increase. What can we do
the leaders of the Beginners; Mrs. which was inspirational and helpfulto
{ T. L. Tanner, Mrs M. A, Thomas, I all teachers attending. about it? I;;;; Milk produced on inspected lake dairies and
ilrs. Larry Walden, Mrs H. C. l\Iea-1 Following this talk there was a
dor and Mrs. :Mary Pittman led the recess during which time teachers The Tile Council of America estimates -I= brought to our plant here for pasteurizing,
that three to four million
Primary department; Mrs. Fred visited a display of books and bul- bottling and delivery.
families, in the next five will I-
Sikes, Mrs. W. R. Broadrick and letins on the lower floor of the
i remodel homes by adding a bath-
]trs. A. R. Broadfoot were the lead- building.
ers of the Junior Department. The I 1 During the remainder of the fore- room installing, renovating a tile shower.the present one, or I U Your Inspection of Our Plant Is Invited
excellent care and attention devoted noon group meetings were held be-

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FORD gazine in an article on the process-

:. ing of nonperishable cream. 1iJ "a:. d ;lr

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