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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 10-MIMBKR 44 CLEW1STO.N, FLORIDA, F1UDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1943 SCHIPTIO.s-2.O:; PElt YEAH




Hurricane Causes Little Damage Here I



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'ENGINEERS ALERTEDTO CANE CROP BELIEVED i New Athletic 'Coach Trees, Shrubbery, Roofs

Assumes Duties Here


PREVENT DAMAGE NOT' MUCH DAMAGEDBY O. H. Skewes-, of -Fort. '''Royal, Va., I Get Brunt ot 80-mile Gale

arrived in Clewiston the first of the
DURING HURRICANE SUNDAYS STORMOfficials week took his family on to'Miami ; -
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to reside temporarily and returnedto ..N.N.N.N.NNN. .NNNNNN.'. ..NNN. .N.N.N.NNN. . Pumps Quickly Rid, City0'f

Clewiston to assume his new duties -1
As has been customary since the of the United States I when the school resumed Wed- GARDEN CLUB Flood Waters On

' I construction of the levees and hur- Sugar Corporation were making an nesday after a twodayenforced vacation '
I'I'I SundayThe
, ricane gate structures, on Lake effort this week to make, as close an because of the hurricane. ,
' > Okeechobee, the U. S. Engineer sub- estimate of storm damage as possibleto Mr. Skewes had his first workout) The Garden Club will meet on

office at Clewiston was alerted Saturday the sugar cane crop by the week- with the football team Thursday Thursday, September 27, at the tropical hurricane which was

I' for the tropical huricane then end storm but to date no report has afternoon in preparation forthe- Community Center at 3:00 p. m. An first reported last Wednesday north,

I approaching from the eastern Ba- been made of this damage. How- first game which will be played with I II interesting program has been plan- west of St. Martin's' Island in the

hamas and all gates were manned ever, it considered unlikely that the LaBelle team at 8:15 next Fri-I ned with an out of town authority eastern Bahamas, roared Into the

and the levee patrolled during the damage was great and it may be day evening. Thero is some very scheduled to address the club on Florida coast at Homestead Saturday

storm period. negligible.The I I good material this season but it is) "Ramie." This will be the initial night, lost itself for a time in the

The first hurricane gate, No.'3 at prevailing wind here during not known definitely how the team II meeting of the Garden Club for the lower Everglades, circled northward

Lake Harbor had its east gate closedat the greater part'of the storm was will shape up until its 'first test year and a large attendance is urged. I between LaBelle and Buckinghamand

1:30 p. m. Saturday and the east northeast and by the time the storm under fire. Members are requested also to bring finally left the state Sunday

.. gate of all others were closed between had passed the wind, had decerased A complete schedule and line-up I guests. The meeting will be con-I afternoon at Daytona Beach. Little

11 2:15 and 3:30. Because of in Intensity to such an extent that will be available by next week. 'ducted by Mrs. C: M. Pirkle, presi-, damage to property was done by the
high water conditions behind the dent. storm here.
the switching of winds caused little
gates the west gate of each structurewas cane stalk breakage. Many fields i This storm, striking the Ever

left open as long as was con- Sunday were lying pretty flat but the Will Soeak Here : : :": : glades area on the seventeenth an-

sidered advisable and because of stalks straightened up with amazing niversary of the 1928 hurricane,
this farsightedness on the part of the rapidity. I n, threatened for a itme to cause fullyas
Engineers the water was kept below I I IJ DISTON ISLAND BOND i much damage' but decreased con-
Rainfall was heavy, particularlyin
the levee top at Belle Glade where the Eastern Division but high f siderably in intensity after leaving
i the condition was the worst. At Homestead which reported winds, in
water has been experienced many '
,
I nine, o'clock that night the west REFUNDING OKAYED gusts, up to 150 miles per hour and
times in the past without causing
gates of all structures were closed 'I great property damage.It .
any serious cane damage. Most inundated -
: except that at Okeechobee which 'afternoon
was late Saturday
areas are being dried rap- BY MOST OWNERS
had been closed earlier. When the
idly by pumping. when the weather bureau reportedthat
II- storm had passed the gates were reopened ---. I I ,a definite trend toward the
two and four being openedat I northward had been noted in the

five o'clock a. m., Sunday, three at (Moore Haven Democrat) r storm's progress. Before that it had

ten o'clock and six at ,Okeechobee at TEN INCH RAINFALL There was a sizeable gathering of I been expected to pass through the

12:10. 'TOJ 'landowners of Diston Island Drainage -! Keys but the circle northward caus-

At the Clewiston: office Mrs P. M. District at the meeting called I ed it to strike the mainland. The
:Mcintyre remained at the radio ATJAZUCAR IN FIVE Monday, afternoon- at the courthouse I weather bureau apparently lost the I
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throughout the night, to keep in constant but only a small fraction of the_ total' storm after it left the Miami area
i
i ; contact with all of the' hurri- DAYS THIS MONTH k 'f W rr ':YV acreage was represented and no I and little evidence: was available' to
cane ,gate structures and Mrs.;' Ruth definite, action was taken concern-I indicate the intensity and directionof

Wilcox gave out reports to the pub ing the offer of the A. B. Morrison I the storm ,except barometric pres-,

lit,, every thirty minutes by telephone Rainfall figures compiled by the. Company to refund the indebtedness! sures reported from; widely,,, scattered -
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in Clewiston. Hubert' Land was at I United States Sugar Corporation' en-' on :a basis of, '66, 2/3 cents' on the' areas.: <\ / ..' .-

., the radio at Lake Harbor.' J, }'! .1,gfn.e. rlng.d part1lent..g! ;' wed, that ,dollar. However after ., much,-discussion The highest 'windsAreported here
--4.' "Fountain'1a Belle Glaae I';L-. .M. Dur- Azucar in the Eastern, !Division led it is understood that most of were about two o'clock' Sunday morn

rance at Canal Point, Robert ''Mackat I_all stations in' rainfall for the five the landowners went on record as: ing when the anemograph at the

Okeechobee and 'Fred Flanders at days beginning September 12 and" -. -- -, favoring the proposed refunding 'although hurricane gate registered a gust of
Moore ,Haven. I ending September 16 when the hur-: J I _all agreed that it was much 1 82 miles per hour. The highest

The lowest barometric pressurewas ricane_had passed with a total of REV JOHN M..SIKES higher than had been hoped. wind tide, however, was 18 feet at .

recorded at Ortona Locks, 29.07 10.38 inches. .' ,The meeting was presided over by I twelve o'clock and a wave, estimated -

and the highest winds 'were also at The record 'is divided into the Methodist Church To J. E. Frierson the only member of at about two feet 'brought the
'this point of 84 miles per hour. Or the board of supervisors present. R.I water up to the twenty-foot mark.If .
three days in the pre-storm period,
tona in the east of the Y. Patterson is the other activemember at all to
was edge [ the two, days of the storm period. ,Have Founder's WeekThe only ; there was any damage
L storm and had a rainfall of 6.75 Glen H Williams having the levee it was negligible.
I The Eastern Division average during .
1 inches. Clewiston had 82 mile gusts I the first period was 3.158 inches --- -- 'resigned I several months ago. He Alerted for a severe storm most t

and Moore Haven 80. Other sta- and for the second 6.905 or a first week in October will be' told the purpose of the meeting, the business houses boarded up win-

tions showed lesser readings.The total average of 10.062.In known as Founder's Week in the refunding offer which had been dows and residents who live in insecure -

highest wind tide was at history of the Clewiston<; Methodist, I made and stated that while he, too houses were given refuge in ,
the Western Division Benbow
Okeechobee which registered 18.4 Church. All Methodists and friends felt that it was too high, that he also : the Sugar Office building, the U. S. I
had 1.24 and 4.35 for total of
with a three-foot wave (estimated) a are invited to participate in .the activities felt ,it was time to take some action : Engineer office and other well-built
I 5.59 for the five daysLiberty Point
above this and the lowest reading ; of this week. A short, inspirational which would permit the taxes which i buildings. Most homeowners, however -
had 1.15 and 3.95 for a total of '
was 11.0 at Belle Glade at the same I message will be given are paid to be applied against the remained in their homes dur- ,
5.10 Townsite had 1.36 and 5.39I
time, a difference of more than ten I for ; total 6.T5 inches Bare each evening by the Rev. John M. indebtedness of the district instead I. ing the night. Colored employees I
a of
feet elevation in the water on the OP- ; I Sikes, Methodist minister of Dun-I I of taking care, largely, of attorney I of the sugar corporation were I
Beach had 1.34 and 5.55 for a total
posite sides of the Lake. Clewiston I nellon. He is one of Florida's outstanding fees and receiver's fees.F. I brought to the sugar house and new
of 6.89; Ritta had 2.60 and 3.94 fora
(Continued on Page 4)) young ministers and is I Deane Duff, representing 3,000 starch plant buildings for safety.
total of 6.54 inches Miami Locks
; widely known for his spiritual mes acres owned in the district by Essex I Some roof damage was noted on !
had 2.12 and 4.12 for 6.24;, South
his ministerial
I sages. He completed Investment his with roofs and many'
buildings
said
Company, company paper
Bright Discusses Shore had 2.05 'and 4.30 for 6.35 and
I training at Candler School of Theol-,I had paid taxes for twenty'' trees were uprooted by the high I
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for
South Bay had 3.64 and 4.32
Aviation At Kiwanis 7.96 inches. ogy, Emory: University, Atlanta,I! years without income from the" wind, mostly palms and Australian t:
Georgia. Those who hear him are property and he was definitely opposed pines. Power lines were badly
Meeting WednesdayAviation The Western Division yesterday impressed with his keen spiritual to refunding on the basis of tangled and telephone lines were in

showed an excess of, rainfall for, the insight and his forthright manner of:. 66 2/3 but would bind his company I much the same shape. Service was
month of 4.5 inches but still had a delivery. His theme throughout the both utilities,
restored
I to the payment of half that amount. partially by
past, present and future, I deficiency for the of 5.5 inches. renewal and' I '
year week will be spiritual Most of the smaller land owners, however, on Sunday.The .
was discussed by the speaker, L. H. The Eastern Division, however, rededication. These messages will: however, felt that the one-third reduction rainfall here was heavy and

Bright, at the Kiwanis meeting Wed- shows an excess for September of be delivered each evening at eight was better than nothing and I in the city the water was standingover
nesday night at the Clewiston Inn. than nine inches and shows I
more o'clock in the Community Church, would insure the new zone set-up and i some streets Sunday. All drain-
Mr. Bright is associated with the the first excess for the year at this I October 1, through 7. maximum tax levies. age ditches in the city and in Sugar-

United States Sugar Corporation in''I time in many years, about a quarter I. During this week and preceding Since the, board of supervisiors is I land Drainage District had recently
the research laboratory and of inch. I
was an I this week there. will be a concerted empowered to enter into a refunding been cleaned out and the pumps .
until connected with Riddle I
1 recently I' effort to reach every person interested program of their own volition if I were able to remove this excess water \
:'; McKay Aero College. } New Pastor Called To in the Methodist Church. On they should so choose, the meeting very rapidly. Harlem was worst

,, ,1 He told the club of his experiences September 25 and 26 the Rev. Laurie of the landowners was simply to get I II hit by the high water but most of

,j" in aviation training and said that Assembly of God Church Ray, Methodist minister from Lake I an expression of the feeling of these i this water has now disappeared.A .

contrary to popular belief flying is Wales, will be here to organize and I taxpayers. Any further move will ; swath was cut diagonally across
not nearly so difficult as it seems. train laymen teams for home visi- town, southeast to northwest with
..1, He compared the piloting of a plane Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Magee and I tation. These teams will be active I Conc.Contract I more severe damage than in other

;, :'I'I'w th driving a car, and stressed bal daughter, Wilda, have arrived in throughout the two weeks.: Then on I sections and it is believed that winds
Clewiston from Park. Rev and I Le-t---
Avon
",. as the most important factor. Sunday, October 7, the Charter Is probably attained a force of 100
I When war came, he said, civilian Mrs. Magee were called here to this
I Membership Drive will be closed and miles per hour in area.
;, pilots found it necessary to take serve as pastors at the Assembly of the organization for the Clewiston (For Furnishing I High water at the school grounds

)' refresher courses to adjust their God Church in South Clewiston. I Methodist Church will be completed. New, School Building \ resulted in no school being held
: methods of flying and instruction toII' The Magees are both ordained Already quite a number of Meth- I j i iI Monday and Tuesday but classes
the routine of training. Another ministers in the Assemblies of God morning.The .
II' army I odists have united their efforts to were resumed Wednesday f
:, :, er reason for specialized training I and have spent a great deal of timein build a church here. Lots are being I The Hendry County; School Board lake level stood Wednesdayat f
;j3fl 'was the different types of ships used the evangelistic field, wMch has secured and actual erection of the f at a meeting held Tuesday afternoon 16.28 and there is every evidence f

1 by the Army, the speaker said. carried them from Charlotte, north building will begin in about three I in LaBelle let a contract for furnish- ;i that the seventeen-foot maximum ,

'' ; ."' Mr. Bright explained the science Carolina, over the south eastern: weeks. Plans for a beautiful struc- ings and equipment of the new school j level will be reached by the time :k

of aviation and gave a general out- states and most of Florida. Tht/v ture are being drawn. I building under construction here to I II flood waters on the prairies to the t

.; ': line of flying. He remarked on the come here from Avon Park As-1 Be sureto remember the date: I the Newton School Equipment Com-i north have drained into the lake, I

:: ,. decrease in cost of flying lessons sembly of God Church, where they I October 1 through 7, at eight o'clock pany of Jacksonville for a bid of $2- Fisheating Creek is higher than ever ''y

,-: from $40.00 per hour in 1930 to $8 spent two years, preceded by two at the Community Church. I 648.65. j i before In the memory of most_ residents -j

an hour at the present time and said years at the church in Sarasota and j I "'-- --- The laid on cafeteria equipment j and the Kissimmee River is in :,
\ that in the future thiS' cost would I four years in the field. -y I was $950.61; on 120 cafeteria- chairs, much the same conditoin. The i:

continue to decrease as more and Rev. Magee attended the University -Ii' -NOTICE $480.05; for 65 classroom desks, etc., I Caloosahatchee River was almost out
I I
more pilots are trained. I of Florida in '27, '28 and $539.25; for teachers' desks and i ii j of its banks at LaBelle at its high- I,
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W. N. Martin was appointed by '29 and the North Carolina Bible A meeting of the Parent-Teachers i chairs, $66.94; for three fire extinguishers est stage the first of the week and :

R. C. Wilson, president, as the club : College in '36, '.37 and '38. He is I Association has ben called by Mrs.R. i $47.25; for tfiree heaters'i had overflowed a large area south

representative on the Athletic Coun-I vice-president of the South Florida I M. Hare, Jr., vipe-president? for I $435.00; for' window shades, of Moore Haven on the west side of
cil to succeed B. L. Thompson. District Young Peoples Christ's Am-Tuesday evening September 24, at 90 I, the river.

Hub Spooner was welcomed back'I bassadors. Mrs Magee is a native I I the school. JI I The building is expected to, be'!

as a member and Sgt. A. W. Sias '((0f Frostproof' 'and attended schools I I Parents and teachers\are urged to : completed and ready for furnishing] F/Lt. S. Boddlngton was a week
was a visitor.ill \there and iff Tampa. attend. ) I sometime next month. end visitor in Tampa.
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SAGE TWO THE OLEW1STOX NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1945


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHi I' The R. A.'s will meet at the church Community Center. I the old permits and that those who 1 of the USO and USO-Camp Shows is
H. C. Meador, Pastor Thursday at 7:30 p. m. I "What Have We Learned?" is the fail to purchase the new license be-' more needed than ever if the moraleof
., "The road to success is dotted theme of the minister's sermon. I fore Oct. 1 must first stand a driver's our overseas occupation forces is
THE SINGING CHURCH" with many tempting parking places I Westminster Fellowship meeting I test before securing a new license. j I to be maintained. He stressed the

Sunday School-9:45 a. m. Even though you are on the 6:00 p. m. fact that our job will not be done
(, Corning Worship-11:00 a. m. right track you are on the right 1 On Monday Sept. 24, at 8:00 p.f Final Plans until the last service man returns.
," Subject: "What Is The Bible?" track you will get run over if you 1 m., there will be a meeting of the I Completed II Another point brought out was ,

Training Union-6:45 p. m. just sit there." ._ I i I Sunday School teachers and officers. For Statewide Fund the need for the maintenance of
-.. --- well equipped recreation and
,Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. I centers
Subject: "Supernatural Christian- CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY I METHODIST CHURCHW. I Raising Campaign club rooms for those in the maritime .-',
fiaty.iPcayer." CHURCH S. Bozcmim, Minister : service who man the ships that must .',
Service Wed., 8:00 p. m. David O. [Hancock, Minister I transport our service people home '::.:
16, 1945 7:15 P. M., Church School. J JACKSONVILLE Sept. 19 all
SEPT. from
:Study: "The Book of Revelation." SUNDAY parts of the globe and also ;.:
8:00 P. M., Regular Worship. (FNS-Final plans were completed the
The Rev. J. D. Peebles will speakin I carry vast quantities of supplies
: the absence of the pastor this OUR INVITATIONThis Sermon topic for Sunday "The for the statewide fund raising cam- and materials that will be needed "
Sunday. You will enjoy his messages church has no other creed Christ of No-Man's Land." paign in this state by the National throughout the world for rehabilitation. ,
will be held War Fund Florida Division when "
The Methodist services .
and there will be a special but the Bible no other law but love II
tn the Community Church. This Is officials and chairmen of commit- He
expressed the belief
that if
:Welcome to each and every one who and no other master but. Christ. The I !
of place of worship. Form tees met in Jacksonville at the call
membership are the a change Floridians could be made to appreciate -
erly services were held in the Li, of president Walter L. Hays.J. the need and to understand the :
church' home while you are in our conditions of salvation. professionof
All Invited to come and Ed Baker is serving as campaign .
midst. faith in Christ and obedience to brary. are effective' work these agencies supported -

The circles of the W. M. S. will Him. To every believer in Christwe enjoy the fellowship. manager and reports that i by the War Fund are doing, < :. ; j
committees been set
strong have up that Florida's will -
be
extend the invitation to join in quota quickly
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meet Tuesday at.3:30 p. m. Placeso the worship and fellowship of our ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL in all but a few counties and it is subscribed. ,
>.be.announced.Wednesday CHURCH expected that these will be organized -
we will resume our church.
I shortly. TALLAHASSEE, Sept. 19-(FNS)
Revelation. 9:45, a. m., Dr. C.
Study of the Book of Sunday School 8:30
Services every Sunday at President Walter L. Hays, in his -With the view of insuring that
'Xhis will be an interesting study and E. Gericke superintendent. Classesfor
a. m., at Clewiston Community appeal to campaign workers, pointed -. Florida gets her share of the pro-
1 :you are cordially invited to attend all ages.Morning .
Church.THE out the fact that the cessation of I posed $75,000,000 federal funds for
A
and join in this study. Worship 11:00 a. m.
REV. S. D. MASON hostilities has only served to in-:I airport improvements Governor
-Sunbeams will meet Thursday at nursery for small children ,is con- .
the Priest in Chargw. crease the need, for funds to sup-I Caldwell .has asked the Florida Improvement ..
,
Mothers' at
3:38 at the -church. ducted by the ,Club ---
CATHOLIC port the numerous relief agenciesthat I Commission to considerj
ST. MARGARET'S tI .

...$..X..:..:..H"H"H..X..H;.X..:":..:..:.:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..=":..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:... CHURCH rehabilitation are confronted program with the in gigantic Europe j in aviation employment' to assist of someone in working trained out ,.,.....:
Pastor :
,Fr. Peter J. Reilly, I'
and Asia this winter while the work'a state aviation
I program.,2,

I Until You Can Buy ANEW Pahokee Mass-9:00-11:00 a. m.a. m. t J,.**...*...*...J..*...*.......>*.W*....*..*...*...*. *%


i car .;. Rev.THE R.CHURCH R. Holland OF, Pastor GOD |:_ Radio and Electric Service I' .ri


; Take Good Care of YourPRESENT .. .
10:00 ; ;:
Sunday School- a. m. .. .. -, ,,x-, i Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. :|;: Home and Auto Radio Parts and Tubes :;: ',.). ;
Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. '
car Tuesday Prayer Meeting-8:15 :t;:. For All Makes ...;.. \. ..:.,.,,.:,:,

p. m. I.. .. '. f,
Thursday Y. P. E., 8:15 p. m. '';' .;. : :, .:{ I

/ You have a cordial invitation to :;: ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES :: :
for attend one and all of these services. : ;
I Bring it to us regularly "
Subject for Sunday morning Sept. *: :: '
I Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures Wiring ; ._ .:

PROMPT EFFICIENT ECONOMICAL. "DUTY CHRIST.23, "LET OF" US.MAN Sunday CONFESSION evening TO r ALL WORK GUARANTEED f \,:;


Come and we will do thee good. ... .. ,, .,.
Care and Maintenance'WASHING :;: GEO. WEAVER and T. J. CASONTelephone :;: '

.I ASSEMBLY OF GOD + + .

Sunday, September 23, 1945 :: 163 ::;: .. )-,
: and GREASING AAA REPRESENTATIVES South ClewistonW. J. ..
H. Magee, Pastor + AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR CLARION RADIOS .;. .
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CHRISTIAN CHEVROLET Sunday School 10:00 a. m. .:N:M:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:.:N N N t.:M:N N:N:M:M:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:.1 N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:1

Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.
; PHONE 87 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA I Children's Church 7:15 p. m. J
Evangelistic Service 8:00 m.
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..,."..:..:..:..:.:..:.:..:..:.. :..:.:.:.:..:..:..:..:.:..:.+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:. m.Young People'' Service., Friday Flamingo Brand

8:00
p. m. JI


i I Sale Of 'DriverLicenses DAIRY FEED

Sleep Well when Going


Slow, So Far Roughage. and Concentrated Feeds


1 the Wind BlowsSEE County Judge R. M. Harris reports --i j Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users

that the sale of driver licensesfor

Hendry County is lagging. With "
only ten days left in which to oper- You, Can't Buy A Better FeedFOR

ate on the 1944-45 license, the sale

report Tuesday showed 862. I SALF! W THIS AREA AT DEHYDRATING PLANT IN
Judge Harris said that last year MOORE HAVEN
I 1,864 driver permits were sold during -
the month of September up to
BEARDSLEY INSURAN E
Agency the deadline which was October 1. WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)
State Road Patrolman R. E. I

j Phone 66 or 27R2 Hamrick declared yesterday that I MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA
I there would be no extension of the I

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'"We. might as well face.the facts in sugar. : of sugar cane in continental United States, the :< ,
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United States Sugar Corporation and every one of its '

Our supply is short and will remain tighttrough employees are working to the limit of their abilities to .;; i.

produce the utmost of this (vitally needed energy food 'i :/"

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Sec'yof_ Agriculture Clinton P., Anderson. brown raw sugar has come and will continue to ome., :, >r

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lines through swamps and tamp I t't.. .e. SERVICE,

jungles and over mountains is The risks I know I'd
Cover in folders
slow and dangerous work, a method BURLAU photographs When some inside pressure is to
of laying such wire from a plane Letter not. with a piece of cellophane pasted come at corners of boards nailed

has been perfected, and was demonstrated inside the folder. Then when the together, such as a sand-pile box,
short time in the I[ live; ?. most impulsive EDITOR'S NOTE: This' newspaper cellophane gets soiled, slip it out set a 2by 2-inch upright inside
a ago life through special arrangement with the and replace it with a clean piece.In and nail into this. Thus all nails
mountains of Ten -
Great Smoky Western
Washington Bureau of Newspaper
this the is
photograph kept
nessee by an army plane, says i I[: this .. Union at 1616 Eye Street, N. W. Washington clean. way penetrate cross-grain instead of
Collier's. Flying at 150 milesan symp ). \. D. C., is able to bring readers this with-the-grain, and will not easily
hour, it parachuted the lead end with moths \ 1 weekly column on problems of the veteran pull out.
of paid r and serviceman and his family. Questions One long stitch and three accompanying -.-
to one group engineers, 'b.lot.
t the above Bureau
be addressed to short stitches
may are excellent
i) out 16 miles of wire and droppedthe 1'\1'(""'1WNU and they will be answered in a subsequent stitches to use when bast It is not practical to unravel a
far end to another group, in column. No replies can be made direct by machine-knit sweater with side
ing.
I -" less than seven minutes. c mail, but only in the column which will -.- seams. Best you can do is treat''
:: Connecting the lead end to a I appear in this newspaper regularly. it like regular fabric and cut into

'/: field set, one member of the first Cereals cooked with prunes, small pieces for remaking. If this

group talked for four minutes with Features. Disability Rate Change raisins, or dates need little sugarto is done, seams must be carefully,
a man in the air. sweeten. overcast.

Because of the much greater per- :
centage of survival from gun-

r- )&) *';: shot wounds of the brain, chest and
I ; ( abdomen in this war than in World

; 7 : 4c( HOUSEHOLDINTS War I and because of new disabilities -

incident to service in the trop

ics, the Veterans administration has
adopted a new rating schedule in

Early digging reduces the potato determining the degree of disability

yield. The crop may be left in suffered by veterans of' this war.

: / %i the ground as long as a month The schedule, which has been in

after maturity provided insectsare preparation for two years, replacesand
ADY7c not present in great number. liberalizes many provisions of

> .... ,.,. -.- one prepared in 1933 and lists, for .
w o. r ina Stitch a crocheted motif of fine example, 176 separate disabilities of 401033.127471, NMD..nd Can.R r.Pit.0.No.8.
&Cm.P t.01J__INearly
/ I thread over holes in tableclothsand bones, joints and muscles with numerous -

: c dresser scarves. Cut away gradations within each, as Million
tI ( worn or damaged fabric under- compared to 126 listings in the pre a -
) neath. Additional motifs make the vious schedule. Now In Use!

crocheted work look intentional. Special attention has been givenin
f Holds 100 Ibs. of coaL
-.- the new service-connected disability -
Semi-automatic, magazinefeed.
To brighten overshoes, rub witha ratings to scars resulting .
from explosions, oil, burns and the
cloth moistened with diluted ammonia Bums any kind of coal, ;
:. A DIED A DIIY : residuals from frozen or immersion iri<,
wash with soap and water, 'rk:4 coke or briquets. ;; ,...
then foot. A number of tropical diseases ":;;' ,
rinse. Heats all and '
S day night
;rt;:
.: ::' KEEPSP o:4nwr4ny. -.- have been listed as cause for disability whorefuehngho1dsfrecrimw ," <
,'t with special ratings adaptedfor !
{ several '
days on closed draft : W'
If in flour bin
"T'- seams or sugar
"
each, although only malaria
S Assures substantial fuel
: : New cream positively stops drawer aren't tightly sealed, pour and filariasis have been encountered savings.

'r", underarm Perspiration Odor melted paraffin over them and among discharged veterans. Equipped with automatic
.let it harden. MODEL 520
in the medical draft control
t> Changes conceptof
,.Not stiff, not messy Yodora spreads just ,
-- -- the relationship of specific diseases -
\ like vanishing cream I Dab it on-odor gone I MODEL 420 The amazing, exclusive, patented, interior
,:,' 2. Actually soothing-Yodora can bo used NO ASPIRIN FASTERor to other conditions and to their construction of the WARM MORNING Coal
right after shaving. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin. service connection are also reflectedin Heater has won acclaim by owners throughout the Nation. It's famous
3. Won't rot delicate fabrics. world's largest seller at lOc. 100 tablets the new schedule. This has resulted for the abundance of steady, clean heat it produces. And you'll be
: 35c.You get nearly 3 tablets for only one in the inclusion of many new pleased with its remarkable fuel economy and ease of operation.SEE .
_i 4.Keeps soft I Yodora does not dry in Jar.No cent. Always ask for St. Joseph Aspirin.
:.. 4astegoesfar. disabilities, some of which are YOUR DEALER-He will gladly show you the many remarkable merits .
Yet hot climate tests-made by rated as high as 100 per cent on a of the WARM MORNING...the coal heater that outsells them all.If he
nurses-
;:'('.. prove this daintier deodorant keeps under- temporary basis where they are'not is temporarily out,remember..a Warm Morning is worth waiting for.
': expected to produce more thana
'. arms immaculately sweet-under the most LOCKE STOVE CO. 114 West 11th St.
KANSAS CITY 6, MO. W-IIt)
:, 10 per cent permanent disability.All (
severe conditions. Try Yodora I In tubes or Do you suffer
;1:: jars-lOf1. 80". 60c. McKesson & Bobbins. changes are designed to facili-
.1;c. rnc.,Bridgeport, connecticut.YODORA. 1 from MONTHLY tate more accurate and more equitable -

ratings for the various types of

,, NERVOUS TENSIONwith disabilities.In Crisp Taste Thrill
the
using new rating schedule,
weak tired feeliags'1'If
Its
however, the basic policy of the Vet-
functional periodic disturbances
/:: DEODORANT CREAM. make you feel nervous.tired restless erans administration ,remains unchanged -
at such times-try this great medicine and the veteran is 'allowed '4,
Compound -
Vegetable
Lydla E. Plnkcam'a
to relieve such symptoms.Taken the benefit of the doubt as betweenthe
\ regularly-it helps build up resistance higher of two ratings, in' determining -
> against such distress. Also a grand. whether or not a disabilityis

'-,.:";.;.". .- 1f UfIe't'. tomachictonic.Follow1abe1dlrect1ons.oiae.o _zima. VECETABlE COMPOUHD service-connected. RCERI! S
;
; : I FOI MllOt 1CIE1 All rtlll If

iRHEUMATISM: Questions and AnswersQ.
) "Ths Grains Are Great Foods"- j'p
NEURITIS.lUMBAGO How does the death rate of

wounded soldiers in the present war Kellogg's Rice Knspies equal the whole I
compare with that' of the First ripe grain in nearly all the protective

Take B I forCONSTIPATION World war? human food elements nutrition.declared essential to '

IIM A.According to the war department h

announcement June 1, the death rate !

BRNIGSM BLESSED; of our wounded soldiers in this war 4 ffruhffm ''Lull SP/Eg 4t _

trgs BottisLi siiis.ssl'1-SIze 60c is 8 per cent. The death rate of
*CUIIOI: IU CUT IS IIUCUI* I IIT wounded soldiers, who lived long 1
HI iOu MIS JIDItJ IIII Hill H lllllt ll|fl I
Hittii... co.....Jiemimit 4. FISIlPItnoyFlIES enough to reach surgery in the First
World war was 24 per cent. FOR THE CAUSE OF MANY DISORDERS
No matter how medicinesyou
many
have tried for constipation, Q. Would transfer to a different
we to try B-L with the outfit overseas account for the demotion This package contains a combination ol minerals produced
urge you khLtIIIIIIIIIIIIJ and compounded by Nature alone with no artificial lftcredients .-
understanding that B-L must 'of a corporal to a private? nor man-made drugs.When you mix it with your
bring you ,excellent results or A. The war department thata drinking water, according to directions and drink Cray
says Water day after day, you join millions who have attacked
TR'gy,6Hi/ back. Caution
Use
( your money : soldier could be demoted, without the cause of their troubles. Gently but surely Crazy Water
only as directed. prejudice, to the grade of,private if stimulates three main cleansing channels kidney, skin
and intestinal elimination. Crazy Water brings positive
he was transferred into an organization I :: benefits in faulty elimination the cause and aggravating/
LOWE WINDOW _ where there was no vacancy In : ii: factor of rheumatic pains digestive orders. constipation.
/ SHADES NEARLY TO _ his grade.Q. : excess acidity, etc. Get a,package of Crazy Water Crystals
" at your drug store today.
THE SiU PLACETANGLEFOOT _ _
Is a former member of the Sea-
_ _
, bees who in the .
R.Y PAPER WHERE participated actionat
". EARLY MORNING IIi Vella Lavella entitled to a star? WaterJUST

; UGHT WILL A. One star has been authorized to
;,- ATTRACT FUSTorr. be worn on the Asiatic Pacific area ADD CRAZY WATER CRYSTALS TO YOUR DR1NKIHG WATER
" .
WORKS LIKE service ribbon for participation in t
:; A CHARM one or more of the following actions:
.' Vella Gulf action, August 6 and 7,
:;- 1943; Vella Lavella occupation, Au- f11.It'snofun

gust 15. October 16, 1943, and

TANLEF00T action off Vella Lavella October (U! I have ;.'
6-7 1943.
,
(& :J I Q. How soon after filing applica- '
1,1.
Iff the old reliable that never feili. tion for a pension can the,widow ofa MALARIA !
Economical!, not rationed. For tale! t war veteran expect payment? :

hardware drag and grocery ttoret. A. There would be no way of tell-
CATCHES IHt GERM AS Will AS THE HT ;
ing the exact time which would '

elapse, but the pension would be J.
retroactive from the date of appli- -tTAK .

cation.Q. .

SOOTHEMINOR Would you advise dropping
government insurance policy? WIIPTRSMITH'STOfl1CZ71d
THE TANGLEFOOT COMPANY.Gr.nJ R.py 4.Mich.
CUTS acc18URNS! A. Most service officers believe 'it
advisable not to drop government insurance -
Here's a blessing to have on if have
especially you a
: CREATING hand care for emergency of minor use abrasions In takIng -, service disability and likely will not
: NEW WEALTHTO
bums, bruises, non-poisonous be able to pass a physical examination' -
Insect bites, chafing, sunburn, for private insurance. A majority '
etc. Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Oil of veterans are converting -
ORDER the formula of a long-ex .
their government insurance into 20-( : $6$ Slfcl SMPStiff
perienced railroad surgeon !
: payment or other form of privatelife
S Advertising creates new and a recommended family
: wealth by showing people new stand-by for years!Soothes... insurance. At least, the veteran
and better ways of living,and tends to promote na ture's healIng should permit his insurance to I\ MUSCULAR ACHES
as it creates new wealth it con- processes., Use only as dl- run its present term until he has a I

everyone touched tributes by to the the flow prosperity of money of I rected.three different At your sizes.druggist's, In chance to analyze his ability to keep Joints*Tired Muscles*Sprains*Strains'Bruises

which is set up.In this way don't you I. up an insurance schedule of pay-
see,advertising is a social force which is ments. We suggest that you consult -
working in the interest of every one of us your local draft board, veterans
every day of the year bringing us new STi IOUIS 3/rMISSOJJ 1. administration
Ts or your private InSurance -
wealth to use and enjoy. mf fiftH
GKOVt.'f TAIISJS : I company. '







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FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1045

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The Clewiston News be Commercial thankful for.fishing will come to .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..: DONNA MARGARET, GALE T CATO MARTIN HAVE AND PARTY Girl Scout Troop '

an end in Lake Okeechobee as of I -- Meets Friday AfternoonS
? Donna
When -
Remember --
Gale Martin and Margaret
to I |
Published every Friday In Clewlston, October 1, 1946, according a
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, legal notice published by the Game Frances Nail Louise Cato were honored by their j
By The intermediate troop of the .I
IDC. Water Fish Commissionin mothers, Mrs. W. N. Martin and Mrs..
and Fresh Joe Cato Girl Scouts met Friday afternoon,
at a joint party Thursday
Entered as second class mall matter papers.this week's This action issue of, a several year from lake .:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNONNON. .N:N:..:..:..:.;:..:. afternoon at the Community Center September 14, at the Library at

February 1, 1927 at the Pest Office in that commercial celebrating the anniversary of their 3:30 p. m.
Clewiston. Florida under the Act of now, is dated so (Taken from the files of the Clew birthdays. I The meeting' was opened by Mrs, 4
March 3, 1897.TCARR fishing interests may have an opportunity -
to dispose of equipmentand iston News Sept. 21, 1945) I The afternoon was spent playing Gene Powers, acting leader. Following
the the opening services an elec-
and favors'of.
enjoying
games
to take court action to try and The entire issue of the News of
SETTLE, Publisher I noise cappers and whirligigs. Re-I tion of officers was held for the new-
ef ,
ruling becoming
prevent the devoted to
seventeen was
years ago The
Subscription Rate-&:.:;o Per YearAdvertising I I freshments of pink and white birth- year. two patrol leaders are,
I fective. the account of the West Indian hur- Nancy Powers and Eleanor Tanner
;
day cakes and ice cream was served
Rates On Application. I There has long been a great difference ricane which swept across Floridaon to the little guests and their moth- Patricia Meredith was elected scribe' ...

of opinion about whether or I September 16, 1928. Headlines ers. 1( and Emma jane Ezelle was elected,
commercial fishing In Lake read "Clewiston Escapes 'Storm." We
not treasurer.
Devoted to the advancement and welfare I The guests were Martha Jean ,;!
of Clewiston and Hendry County. Okeechobee was detrimental or beneficial could have used considerable por- Nowling, Bonnie "Fay Durrence, Ja- j j After the election Mrs. Powers
to the growth of fresh water tion of the News of that date and net and Ronnie Wylie, Leif and Fay announced that over seven dollars
fish in the lake. Most sport fisher- saved ourselves some work this weekso
Johnson, Bobby Evans, Lee Porter, ::was cleared on the recent cookie
men scoff at the idea that there much of the news is.so similar to Glenda' Sue Etherton, Albert and t sale: and this money will be used for

RATIO rroRIALSOCIATION could be anything but harm from the news of the hurricane that descended Alice Gericke, Warren, Margery and camping equipment.

seining but we think that the stories on us last week-end. The Buster Brown, 'Jennings Ezelle, Jr., 'I A farewell party was planned forthe
told old-timers on the lake would two storms even occurred on the
by David and Marilyn Hancock, Mar- departing leader, Mrs. J. C.
R bear consideration.When same date, although the wind in tha Christine Hare, Helen Prewitt, ,Ziler, for next Friday. Sandwiches

seines were first droppedinto 1928 did not reach its greatest ve- Nancy and Cynthia Bolton, John, and punch will be served and Mrs.

the lake, the old-timers say it locity until 11:10 Sunday night. Jerry and Matthew 'Prewitt, Bobby, Ziler will be presented with gifts.
in a great while that There was not at that time any accurate I Present were Helen Espenlaub, .E
was only once Georgia and Johnnie Weetman, Jane
On The HouseBy I a bass was found among the catfish check of the wind velocity, Lee, Harriet Magill, Judy and Lor- Eleanor Tanner, Patricia Ann Meredith -

and crappie. They continued to however.In raine Dunaway, Christine Hutson, : Emma Jane' Ezelle, Beverly

D. C. S. I multiply rapidly} until in the 1920s the storm of 1928 Clewistonand Lynn Vaughn, Jay Bartz, Mary Ca- Stark, Nancy Powers, Mrs. Powers

I the seining of bass became a tre- Moore Haven escaped practically therine, Judy and Becky Francis, I{and Mrs. Campbell E. Nail, leader.
In the future we'll pay a little mendous industry for a number of unscathed and offered refuge to the Billie Sue Crow, Chris Christian, I Patricia Meredith, Scribe.

more attention to anniversary dates.I years. Despite the seining and sale unfortunate residents of other towns Sara Sykes Caroline and David

Last 'Sunday was the seventeenth I of tons of bass from the lake it wasa around the lake that were in the direct Smoak, Windsor Meador, Linda BRIDGE ,CLUB MEETS

anniversary of the 1928 hurricane I poor fisherman who couldn't load path of the hurricane. Thirtyone Cook, Ann Driggers and Dick Gra- WITH MRS. BEARDSLEY "_
which struck the lake area with such I his boat in a few hours as late as were known dead at Miami nere.

devastating effects that had it not 1935 when the sale of black bass Locks (Lake Harbor) and were taken The mothers, who accompanied J Mrs. J. E. Beardsley was hostess-

been for a few stout-hearted souls I] was stopped. We don't claim to be by truck to Ortona cemetery for in- their youngsters included Mrs. Frank to her bridge club at her home at r-

the rich Everglades might then have 'much of a fisherman but,are told by terment. The death toll in Palm Porter, Mrs. R. Wylie, Mrs. W. Bol- the Beardsley Farm Wednesday afternoon -

reverted to the Indians. And Tues- others that it's almost impossible to Beach was expected to reach 250 and ton, Mrs. R. C. Granere, 'Mrs. R. C. High score prize went to

day of this week was the nineteenth catch the kinds of bass strings we the estimated damage was $75,000000. ,- Nowling, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. Mrs.. Otto Larsen and second high-

anniversary of the 1926 storm which caught a few years back. Somethingelse H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. G. E. Ether- was ''won by Mrs. Lester Rockwell.
ravaged Miami and then blew acrossto might be to blame-that wecan't life here Mrs. Mrs. Avocado salad and fruit juice was
There was no loss of ; no ton, Judson Francis,
virtually wipe Moore Haven off served to Mrs. R. C. Wilson Mrs.F. .
,
say. damage to the mill; the cane was Louise Smoak, Mrs. Christian, Mrs.
the map. I We'll venture to predict, however, bent but unbroken. Alston's Drug Jay: Bartz, Mrs. Quentin Evans, Mrs. E. Conkling, Mrs. W. C. Owen

The storm Sunday morning might and hope we're wrong, that when Store sustained losses of approxi- David Hancock, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. C. J. Niel-

easily have been a repition of either the seines and traps' are removed mately $3,000 and Alston's Grocery, Jr. and Mrs. C. L. McLendon. I son, Mrs. Larsen, Mrs. C. E. Rob-

of these earlier storms had it not from the Lake that in ten years it'll $1,000; the only substantial losses I bins and Mrs. Rockwell.

been for the interference of Divine .......
a be as difficult to catch a large stringof i n f LV n....
Providence who cut one-third off the I
bass in Lake Okeechobee as it is
A party of business men, all vet- ;.
intensity of the storm between the in the and smaller lakes ''
deeper up-
erans of 'World War, Senior, and
time it struck the coast at Home FLIGHT INSTRUCTIONOf I
state. When one is caught it will bea Legionnaires left their businesses in
stead and when it reached LaBelle
big one and the catfish will growto St.. Petersburg as soon as news of the
which was near the center. This tremendous size. We might be devastation reached them and witha All Kinds In Preparation For

storm path was virtually the same I wrong but the Game and Fish Com- truck load of groceries, water, )I

distance from the lake as was the I mission should weigh all the evi- first aid supplies, doctors and nurses Private and CommercialPILOT'S
1926 hurricane and had it not been
dence available before taking a
drove all night to reach Clewistonand
for the protective government levees I chance on ruining the best sport' worked without rest in rendering LICENSESClass
and a lower water table the lake
fishing lake in the state.
speedy aid to the refugees in the
might have'caused almost as great I
!I,I storm stricken are About one- Now Being Organized
a disaster. Even though few people
I DURREXCE SON BOnN half the front page is devoted to
who went through these earlier I
j the tireless efforts of these Legion-
CHARLES W. MILLER
storms believe that the wind was I ,
James Michael Durrence, weigh- naires in assisting, residents of the
anywhere near as high this week as' ENROLL NOW PHOXE C7-R OR 14G-J
'ing five pounds and ten ounces, was Lake.
it was then, the fact remains that J]
during the height of the storm there born Tuesday morning, September Tom Smith explains in his column

was a ten foot difference in eleva- 18, at the Clewiston Emergency that all communities. of the Lake,

tion between Belle Glade on one J Hospital., Mr. :and: Mrs. Foy Dur- except Clewiston.,"'are in so called

side of the lake and Okeechobee on'' rence are the proud parents and his bottle ,necks around the Lake whilewe

the other. Which is some wall of I sister, Bonnie Fay, named- the new are directly on the shore of the BREAKFAST ,LUNCHEON DINNER
arrival. Lake which stretches away to either
water. I 7:00 TO 9:30 A. M. 12:00 TO 2:00 P. M. 6:30 TO 8:30 P. M.
side in an unbroken line. When a
We did get a lot of uprooted trees, '
high wind sweeps the water into
MEX'S FELLOWSHIP UNION
a few broken windows, a few' houses
I anyone of these natural bottle necks, -
unroofed but we would that we
say
it is only natural that the water
escaped very luckily for we've heard I\ The regular monthly dinner of theMen's CLEWISTON INN f
will rise much more rapidly with the
of no injuries'received by an 'one'l Fellowship Union will be held
resultant damage and loss
property
the cane is not seriously at the Community Center on Tues-
I of life. At Clewiston it would take
and property damage is comparatively I day, September 25, at 7:45 p. in.
DINE AT THE INN
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considerably more water to cause a .
light., Soon the rubbish will be Speakers for the evening will be ,
similar amount of damage and this
cleaned away and the storm will be j August Bruhlman, George Hertzingand
was well brought out during the past FOR GOOD FOOD
forgotten. We have a great deal to I N. V. S. Mumford. .
storm when a direct high wind blew
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water directly to Clewiston and yet I .

//1111111111111 '(f}IIIIIIIIIIIIII I "IIIIIIIIIIII I I' ''t/lIIIIIIIIIIIIII (?:iJllllllllliiIII rt\IIIIIIIIIIIII\ ,, 1111111111I111r\\/IIIIIIIIIIIIIII\( ItIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! it did not get over the ridge or the Steaks Fish Fresh Vegetables

dikes. This is a fact, which should

EXPERT inspire confidence and it is well "Wi! 'I"'"

worth the trouble, to get a map of

this section and study the condi- Meet Your Friends In Our
tions." Sounds encouraging, doesn'tit
t
And don't forget, kids, this was

Watch RepairillgALL before the dike was thrown up. by
i the U. S. Engineers. COCKTAIL LOUNGEOpen
I
, An editorial "Thanksgiving" gave

thanks that once more Clewistonwas

:,1, MAKES ..Ii spared. In view of the storm 11:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M. 4:00 P. M.
that just passed us by, with so little

i ONE-WEEK SERVICE damage and in the language of to- To 12:00

, day '"We can say that again."
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SEMINOLEJEWELRY Engineers Alerted- ----

STORED

I (Continued from page 1) its' SPVINGS ;

! Clewiston, FloridaFOR I had a 12.00: wind tide at 12 o'clock WQ P'INVE of"STM o ENi.y' ayo.

and Moore Haven showed 17.55 witha

1lI\li! \ 1111111111I11I Jl IIIIIIIIIIIIIIr'lJ I IIIII1111111I! j lllllllillllll I II A'>?!lllllIlilllll'' A'>?!11111I11111111 1 IIIIIIIIIII! jl'>?!l illlllllllill JJillJ:? two foot wave at 2:00.

I Auxiliary power plants at the

I '" -, Clewiston office and :Moore Haven G,9 sooo. 0PH .'

locks gave an uninterrupted flow of f CD4Q0

THE power throughout the night.
The Clewiston sub-office, one of
the hurricane-proof buildinps' the j r

area, was opened as a refuge Satur- I fl

BEST IN FOODSTry day night and a large number were, savings

quartered there. Belle Glade Prisoners I

of War were taken to Okeechobeefor account is

A Complete Dinner At safety and because of flooded
I conditions will probably be left i s i
\ 1 I
there for several days.A. .
personalpreparedness
I R. Broadfoot, engineer in
!f charge of the Clewiston sub-office.
THE CANEBRAKE
who supervised the entire engineer

activity during the storm period, .
stated that the damage to govern- wa0M

ment plant and installations was o
$1.25 and Up against
negligible and was confined to a few .
shingles off roofs and the loss of : :
"
Service from 6 to 9 o'clock ,- Short' Orders ;Levee trees- and damage ornamental was almost,shrubbery.nil. lJjjJ ti the future. ; '

9 till 11:30 The Lake elevation has risen approximately : ,1

a foot since the hur- .
ricane began and there is every evi- \ .: ':.
Clewiston Federal and Loan
Air Conditioned dence that flood waters now pouringin Savings ,

may bring the elevation up to the
i maximum of '17 feet. The readingwas Association

16.28 Wednesday morning. :
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l Miss Edythe Nell Cornette Is FOR RENT: Two bed-

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: i 1 X rooms, nicely furnished


: PERSONAL and SOCIETY i Bride of Lt. G. W. Jackson innerspring mattress.-
:

i .: es. !Inquire at News of

1.1 Miss Edythe Nell Cornette, daughter -I r MRS. ROBBINS ENTERTAINS fice. 1 tcFOR '

yo.Cw'......>>........r.e.:+.........e.:...........,............ .. ......., .................).......:........................"..,....) .....J)(...... ......... of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette, j AT DINNER THURSDAYMrs. .. I .

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Andrews and I? Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and sons, became the bride of 1st Lt. Gene __ I SALE Electric

children have moved to the Davis Solon B. and E. C., were the guests Wesley Jackson, son of Mrs. H. L. P. D.. ,Robbins was hostess at :

house on E'. Sagamore Ave. .of Mr. and, Mrs. Solon B. Crews in Cockrane, of Columbia, South Caro- a dinner party Thursday night, September -j j r Washing Machine -
Fort Myers over the week-end. lina, in a candlelight double ring 13, at her home. The oC- '

s 'Mrs W. R. Moore of Newberq, I ceremony at the First Baptist Church casion was the birthday of Mr. Rob- Thor, copper cabinet,.

Tennessee, was a visitor in Clewis-I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McManus are Friday evening, September 21, at bins and a farewell dinner for Sgt.

ton this week. leaving this week-end for a visit 8:00 p. m. Rev. H. C. Meador of- Ralph Kyle, who has been associated I good working condition.

with friends in Palm Beach and in ficiated. with Army Supply at Riddle, Mc I See at TTT Warehouse.

Mr. and Mrs. F. E.< Hunziker left Miami. The bride, her brunette beauty Kay Aero College.

Sunday to return to their former I I ___ ", accentuated by the traditional nup- GueSts were: Margaret Webre, 1 Itp.
I II
home in South Gate, California.Miss I j Ned Hager, who has been serving tial white, entered on the arm of her Brenda Lee Webre, Mildred Kolstad,

j I in the Navy has received his honor- father who gave her in marriage, was Stella Laird/Florence Belle Humph-
FOR SALE Sofa bed.
Mary Nell Christian left last I able discharge and arrived home gowned in marquisette. The bodice ries, Beatrice Swain, Cpl. Harry I :

week-end for Montverde, where she last Thursday. was form fitting and the skirt was Christianson and Sgt. Kyle. Can be seen Saturday

will attend school. I full, ending in two ruffles forminga I

II I Mrs. Maude Hare returned Monday train. 'The sleeves were fitted to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey are morning or Sunday. -

Mr. and Mrs. George Prevatt and following her discharge from the wrist and were encircled by leaving Sunday for a month's vaca-

." Mrs. W. Carlton of Fbrt Myers were I I the Lee Memorial ,Hospital in Fort ruffles. Her finger tip illusion veil tion. They will visit Mrs. Bailey's Frank Woods, Trailer

here on business Monday. i Myers after an illness of ,four weeks. of tulle fell from a halo of orange i parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Denslow in
Box 496. Price
; Camp
blossoms. The customary "some- North Carolina, and will be the ,

\ ,Mrs. Vivian Rudd of LaBelle is i I Mr. and Mrs. M.: M. Prewitt and thing old" worn by brides was con- I guests of Mr. Bailey's parents, Mr. $30.00. 1 Itp.

spending several days here with 'Helen returned Saturday from a tributed by the bride's sorority. It and Mrs. B, W. Bailey in Ashta- ,

relatives. two weeks' vacation at St. Augus- is, a tradition of Kappa Gamma Tau : bula, Ohio. e I r

I tine Beach. that every member who marries NOTICETHE

Mrs.' 'C'. A. Driggers and Ted wears the sorority pearls. The I Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Meador and I

Wayne and Bob Berner were visitorsin ", Bob Johnston, who was a resident bridal bouquet was white roses witha 'children, Alfred, Wanda and Windsor notice of UNDERSIGNED their Intention hereby to register give

Fort Myers Tuesday.Mr. of Clewistoa for three years duringhis center of a white orchid. I returned Wednesday from a i' with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in
and for Hendry County, Florida, the
association with Riddle Field, of The maid of honor, Miss Mary visit in Winter Haven with Mrs. name of "THE SOUTH FLORIDA
and Mrs. N. V. S. ,Mumford Miami visited friends here Meador's :: CO." fictitious name
j Saturday. Omah Gibson of Bartow, was gowned mother, Mrs. :Lester Windsor EQUIPMENT as a
and Mrs E. M. Blake were visitors I __ Mrs. under and In compliance with the
in blue marquisette. Her gown Meador, Windsor and I terms and provisions of the Fictitious
in Miami'Thursday.. I Mrs. J. D. Leftwich went to Miami featured cap sleeves with a tight Wanda spent a week there and were Name Statute of the State of Florida.

Thursday to spend the remanider of bodice and a sweetheart neckline.She joined on Monday' by Rev. Meador I ELMO PAULINE B. BUSHNELL C. BUSHNELL.
Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and Artis I the week with her mother in CoralI wore white elbow length gloves and Alfred.
Diane and Mrs. Urey Waldron were I
Gables. I.
I and carried a bouquet of bronze NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in.. West Palm Beach Thursday.: chrysanthemums. Miss Gibson wasa : Mr. and Mrs. F. Carl Long, and Laws of 1925

I Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Miller roommate of Mrs. Jackson for two daughter, Jo' Anne, left Clewiston I

Mr.: and Mrs. T. L. Tanner and j and son, Charles Robert, have returned years when she attended college. Monday. Jo Anne is entering the IN JUDGE THE ,COURT HENDRY OF COUNTY THE COUNTY,

family visited relatives in LaBelle i from a two weeks' visit with Florida State College for Women j 'STATE OF FLORIDA.
and Felda Monday. relatives in Louisville, Ky. The bridesmaids were Miss Grace this year, Mrs. Long will remain at In re the Estate of: RICHMOND.
Knight and Miss Clementine Robinson. I EDWARD STANLEY
-- I their former home in Pennsylvania!: Deceased.To .
; Miss Knight chose a pastel
:Mrs. T. E. Markette is enjoying a j Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Keck of Stuart and Mr. Long will return to Clewis l all Creditors:, Legatees, 'Distribu-
1. : green chiffon gown and carried an tees, and all Persons having Claims or
.fI two weeks vacation at the east coast spent a couple of days here this i ton shortly to complete his business Demands against said Estate:
beaches. { week with their daughter, Mrs. W. !' arm bouquet, of yellow chrysanthem-II I arrangements before joining Mrs. j I I You, and' each of you, are hereby
'urns. Miss Robinson's gown was pale j, i notified and required to present any
', N. Martin and Mr. Martin. Long in the j
--- ![, east. claims and demands which you, or
pink_ jersey and net and she carried
J either of you, may have against the
Rev. R. R. Holland and children I lavendar chrysanthemums. Their estate -of EDWARD STANLEY RICH-
spent the week-end with relatives ,in 1 Sgt. A. W. Sias left Thursday to dresses were fashioned similar to the FOR SALE : Living room', MOND, deceased, late of Hendry Coun-
return to his base at Miami Beach. i ty, Florida, to the Hon. R. M. Harris
Fort Pierce. j! maid of honor's with a V neckline. County Judge of Hendry County, at
IIHe| has been spending a fifteen day I furniture at sacrifice i his'office in the County Court House in
j furlough at home. Donna Gail Martin, the flower LaBelle, Hendry County, Florida, within -
Miss Grace Knight returned Tues- girl, was dressed in a duplicate of price. At home Saturday twelve months from the date hereof.
.
August 3, A. D. 1945.ELBERT
i Dated
day from 'a ten day visit near Lees-
the bridal carried bas-
Captain and Mrs. ,Richard C. gown and a L. STEWART,
burg with her family. I ket of rose petals. and Tuesday. MortFeldman Administrator of the Estate of
'I Granere and sons, who have been Edward Stanley Richmond,
residing in Miami, have moved to The mother of the bride, Mrs. 417 1 E. Ventura Deceased.To .
David Thomas,' SM 3/c left Wed- the Executor or Administrator:
Clewiston for an indefinite stay. Cornette, chose a rose sheer gown above notice must be publishedin
nesday to return to his base 'at Nor-I "and wore a shoulder corsage of Ave. House with The a newspaper published in HendryCountyy
folk, Va. He ,was accompanied to once a week for 8 weeks (9 ..
Miss Florence Graham returned orchids. Mrs. Cockrane the groom'smother
,
I of such
publications and the proof
)
Miami Tuesday by his parents, Mr. I Tuesday? from a visit in. Jackson- was gowned in yellow lace red shutters across from publication (which will be furnished-
and Mrs. M. A. Thomas. David has in this office.
you by the paper) filed
: ville with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. with an orchid shoulder corsage. 17, 24, 31 Sept. .7, ,14, 21, 28, Oct.
been at"HorneT Stone Apartments. Aug. .
enjoying a leave
I -- ,\vo. Weeks'! : J: J. Graham'and4Sally.I '..- ... The groom was attended ,by his 5, 12.
: .. ,.I l
i co-pilot 1st Lt.Kemper Wheatley. .

I Fred Morrison, 'Mrs. J. H. Roy'' Alston and Wilbur Montgomerywere

Doty and Willard Doty returned ushers.:

1 : Tuesday from a week's. visit in Miami. The 'church was beautifully: dec- YOUR STORE

I I I orated with pink gladioli, white asters \ \ ,/ 111M HHIU THAT'SEasy

and green fern used profusely. \ -
I Miss Marianne Jones left Friday
'
1 i Appropriate nuptial music was I
\ for Tallahassee, where she is enrolled played by Mrs. Larry Walden at the -ii ; { <' { ... -
,.. 't
at the Florida State College for piano and Miss Alyne Gardner sang : t

MATINEE: 31'.11I., NITE 7-9 P.M. Women. She is the daughter of Mr. "I Love You Truly" preceding the
I and Mrs O. A. Jones. / ?''! :iEJ:7: '
Week Beginning Sept. 23 ceremony. << -_ ,
I ----
Mrs. Jackson was born in Green- }
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Plank, former -
Sun. & Mon., Sept. 23 & 24 !I I Clewiston residents, of DeFuniak ville,' Kentucky, and has been rearedin I Terms on Purchases of $10 or :More. I I

,
Florida. She graduated fromthe -
I OM\\E\ \\\ Springs, visited friends here Wed- Clewiston High School in the
,1/lCY.|/ .' a nesday. Donald has just returned 'I I
Ki.,\\ class of '40 and is a graduate of _
rt.G ( from the European 'Theatre of War. p
Fort
\ Across FromPostoffice Myers
\ cox{ ., : Florida Southern College at Lakeland ,
:'Jlmq! | ": -fi ':1 I -- '
with the class of 44. She is a
>1,,_oM JJVG'J !, ,,11r//kll f Mr. and Mrs Ernest J. Smith left Florida
\, ,Qt 1J\It,..'11110.... -:-- .......-. :;;./fl Sunday for Los Angeles, where they
. I l\\ ...-. ...fOlIO { '3't- will reside. Mr. Smith ,was the 'I Gamma Tau, and was ,selected
y y'1SS1lfS.f\ .( IME TEN TfRMIC STARS OF V"i I 'I Queen of Hearts in 1944. her picture I
\1- 'Hf NOW),..' N''T e. ,, manager of Riddle-McKay.Aero'. College. appearing in the Beauty Section of I ...............-
SPECIAL-First .
Scenes of Atom
the annual of that year. Since her I I

Bombed Jap Cities I I M--: f'Clark graduation from Southern Mrs. Jackson -
Mr. and arrived I i
:!! has been employed by the Hen-
here this week from Lakehurst, New I
; Tues. & Wed., Sept. 25 & 26 dry County Motors, Inc. I .1 .1 ,
Jersey. Ed, who saw several years
!i service in the U. S. Navy, has re- Lt. Jackson is a native of El I
HED\ilAMARR "5_ I! ceived his honorable discharge. Paso, Texas, and was ,reared in

CREN1. PAUIIUKAScEOacE '.i Texarkana, Arkansas. He attended

I W, xI i I I Manning Carter, who has been Ouachita College in Arkadel- WILLIAM'SSHOE

I C'C- t y'eb I I working in Pine Bluff, Ark., is phia, Arkansas, and is a member of i '
Rho Sigma fraternity. The groom
tro al j : rod spending three weeks here with his
J -r ) ao u5 lltl I family. He will then report to Jack- graduated from Riddle-McKay Aero REPAIR
.
L .. u .. !:sonville. College here in 1943 with a com- '
mission as 2nd Lieutenant in the

Cartoon I i Mrs j. T. Spudic is leaving this Army Air Force. He has been as- SHOP i

week-end to join her husband, Pfc. signed to the ATC during his seven-

Thurs. & Fri; Sept. 27 & 28 : J. T. Spudic, who is stationed at the teen months overseas and has been

''Prisoner of War Camp in Green stationed in Marrakech, French

NEW THRILLS! TECHNICOLOR I ; Cove Springs. I' Morrocco, Cairo and at present in \

I Casablanca with the Rainbow Proj- Men's Half Soles in LM Oak-$1.50
i Mrs. Harold Lash and son plan to I ect transporting service men back to

leave this 'we k-end to join her the States.
Ladies' Half Soles $1.00
I -
,! ;., staffing PETER LAWFORD husband, S/Sgt. Harold Lash, who is Following the ceremony a recep-
DONALD CRISP I at present stationed at the Prisonerof tion held at the the ':
: was home of ''W: ; Metal Plates 1 OcMen's
'
' AN M-G-M PICTURE r Z War Camp in Green Cove Springs. bride's parents on Arcade Avenue. _
: I ,.'"
, :
f;'" The bride's table was overlaid witha
;; ,. Cartoon News Heels 60c Flat
'j :: I 1st Lt. Gene Wesley Jackson, his lace cloth with tapers shedding a

I mother, Mrs. H. L. Cockrane and pale glow over the green and white Ladies' Top Lifts Depend Size
-- on
Saturday, Sept. 29th Mr. Cockrane of Columbia, S. Car., floral decorations. The three tiered :

j" '"MURDER HE SAYS" I arrived here Wednesday for the I wedding cake was topped by the -- r tYOUR

: with Fred McMurray Jackson-Cornette wedding Friday figures of a bride and an Army

night. Lieutenant. Wedding squares and
Serial, "Mark Zorro" No. 7 I
]I punch were served to the guests. .
, Pvt. William C. Pelham left Sunday BUSINESS IS
JlD-NTE4SIOW-11:30! P. M. For a going away costume Mrs.
I after a ten day furlough at I Jackson chose a tailored blue suit .

; JAP SPY SECRETS EXPOSED! I home with his family. He has been with a fushia blouse luggage accessories APPRECIATED
; stationed at Camp Joseph Robinson, I II' -
and wore the white orchid
I' Arkansas, .and is reporting now to a center of her bridal bouquet on her
I l
camp in California. shoulder. '
Ii -- I In Old Alston Building
After a brief honeymoon at the
,II Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Redish, AMM!j' Ronev Plaza Hotel at Miami Beach I NORTH FRANCISCO AVENUE

I 2/c left Clewiston Tuesday after a Lt. Jackson: reports again to the I
r visit here with his parents, Mr. and ATC : d f
and Mrs. Jackson will continuefor i
I ww RICHARD LOO REGIS TOOMEY I Mrs. L. C. Redish, Sr. Mrs
-- Redish,
.t Produc.d by HERMAN SCHIOM the present to make her home I a I
. I 1 Dlr while I
bring Carlyle
I reports to a four-day leave at the completion off I ,
naval station at San Francisco
Cal.
every trip -
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!llncll! }!Jhl aI UNIFORM IMPROVED' INTERNATIONALSUNDAY Recipient's SelfEsteemGirls

mileQwhil
I who broke off their engage-
ments to servicemen in a certain
tIf/ : [LessonBy outfit in the Southwest Pacific received -

a severe shock.
I i HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. When a man out there receiveda Ain't.It So? Relativity
ISOME men always put off until Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Cop-What's the idea of parking in
letter from his girl friend Jasper-My father
: that which becomes Released by Western Newspaper Union. say- front.of the school entrance? and mother
she tired of he are cousins.
waiting
ing was ".
[t due today I Motorist-Well, the sign said, "Fine
didn't, as a rule, retire to nurse for parking!" Joan-So what?
'; 'All men are born equal; it's what they Lesson for September 23 his broken heart in solitude. He: Jasper-That's why I look. so
do that makes the difference.
afterwards
would pin the letter on the camp Bad Manners much alike.
There would be fewer day dreamers -
i and Scripture texts selected
Lesson subjects notice board. Man ,
and wife stopped in front ..
if there of taxing a and copyrighted by International
was a
way
( Council of Religious Education; used bj: The other men in the unit would of the dentist's showcase. Said Not That Kind

[man's yearning. permission. then read the letter and scribbleon he: "That a swell set of teeth. I "Have you any dependents?" in-
Don't tell fish stories to a man JOSEPH'S TESTIMONYTO it what they thought of the girl. think I'll get it." quired the officer of the coloredman.

who doesn't care a whoop about GOD'S PROVIDENCELESSON Then after three or four days it She: "Hush, William, youmustn't .

fishing. There are some such men. was taken down and mailed back pick your teeth in public." "No, sah," he replied.

All thieves die poor. It must be TEXT-Genesis 45:1.5 915. to her. "But I thought you had a wife."

the excitement they work for. GOLDEN TEXT-oh that men would These candid symposiums were The average man is like a whale "She ain't dependable," was the
praise the Lord for his goodness and for known as "mess pots." -when he to the he
Many a man who considers himself his wonderful works to the children of gets top blows. response.
high caliber is just a big bore. men-psalm! 107:8. I


God rules the universe. He has KEEP In place. Tame that unruly SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLECRAFTA I
His plan which will be carried out, look. Add lustre. Keep

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I yes, even in spite of man if need YOUR hair Morollna well Hair groomed Tonic. Large withHAIR Doll Life

1 be. "He can overrule the acts even bottle 25c Sold everywhere.VERONICA Playmate as Big as I

of wicked men and make them links

in a chain of providence by which Due to an unusually large demand ana I
MISCELLANEOUSCOLD His purposes are carried out." 527 cu current conditions, slightly more time la
Forgiveness, opening the way for required in filling orders for a few ot.the.
CREAM Your own business at most popular pattern numbers. .
!home. 5 money making formulas. $1.00. the restoration of fellowship and the
Easy to make complete Instructions. Buy Send your order to:
showing of kindness, brought the sto
ingredients any drug store. JOHN WAG-
NER, 1522 West Cullerton St., Chicago Ill. ry of Joseph and his brethren to a Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
happy ending. Under the handof
good 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 89, 10.
Two-Pound Rum and Brandy Fruit Cakein God, the story which began with Enclose 16 cents for Pattern.No. .
shipping container delivered $2.00 OPA tragedy is brought to a conclusionof .
ceiling. Limited quantity. Rush order e
tlLLJ 1u.'
Allied Distributors Box 251; Reading, Fa. blessing.I. Name
Love Overcomes Fear (vv. 1-4).
Following the earnest plea of Ju- d Address ,
i
YOU. TOO. CAN LEARN TO PLAY the .
Piano by Ear in One Week. Write C. dah, the heart of Joseph could no f4 A t'
GREEN, 350 Arroyo Seco Ave., Los An-
geles 31. Calif. longer withhold itself from the full
expression of affection and devotionto

his family.
.
3 +
SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC.SEEDS19.4445 Joseph tenderly shielded the fam- r

CROP ily troubles from the eyes and ears SNAPPY FACTS
Cabbage, Carrots Onions, Pepper and of strangers by sending out the ta 1'g
{Tomato Seeds. Write for prices. Warren ald/$ !
Seed & :Plant Co., Carrizo Springs, Texas. Egyptians. It was the first step of LAKE f d ,
consideration which paved the way the r n j d f I

for reconciliation. How often just star of ''11>' IIout' Befrs picta.re. r m c L RUBBER w !

Posted Values the opposite is done-airing family pawn:' a l'ar.un11111n1 well-
Keep of ormed
on affairs before the world, and humiliating is one ed, Well.iaf who use

those who may be in the wrong, groom loU stars "
By Reading the AdsGRANDPA } l'owder.
Tooth
thus making it difficult for them to : & Robbins. tnc.. B. F. Goodrich has produced ti

admit their guilt. McKesson .Co no.Bridgeport. an airplane tire that figuratively

Then, too, this was a moment too TOOTH sprouts wings. When
tender and delicate to be seen by Cl\lOXrOWOER wheels are lowered for land
ing, special vanes or flaps on
NOW outsiders. The tears of a strongman tire cause it to rotate, which

like Joseph mean a deep move- overcomes severe scuffing and

1 1 ment of spirit-a solemn and oftena SHE'S as big as life and twice as drag when wheels hit run. .
sacred moment.It P Wears the size 3 way.

should also be noted that the clothes that a youngster has out--
-thanks to this American scientists and
brothers were afraid and well I has hair that kids engineers
they grown yarn have achieved
In five with
.i EIIERt"r TONICtl might be, because of their sin STRAINS, SORENESSA can braid. synthetic rubber what It took years nearly

Older people! If you haven't the against Joseph. After many years s 70 years to accomplish with natu-
stamina you should-because your these astonished men found themselves A real life-size playmate 32 ral rubber.
summer diet lacks the natural 'face to face with the one inches tall in stocking 'feet! Pat- #-
A&D Vitamins and energy-build favorite household antiseptic dressing Bees upset many plans for
whom 527 contains of doll
they thought they had disposed tern pattern
ing natural oils need-you'll
you and liniment: for 98 yeanHanford'iBALSAM cross pollination of fruit trees
I find good-tasting Scott's Emulsion of and they knew their sin OF MYRRH It contain only; complete directions. until B.F. Goodrich developeda

helps stamina tone,energy up the and resistance.system, build Seea had found them out. It always does, soothing gums to relieve the soreness and "spider web" rubber spray
wonderful difference-buy sooner or later, but inevitably. ache of ova-n cd and strained muscles. as a blossom protector.
Takes the sting and itch out of barns,
Scott's at your druggist's today! II. Grace Overrules Sin (v. 5). colds,insect:bites, oak and ivy poisoning Bridge, Forest Stolen; Find
The guilt of these wind and sun burn chafing and
SCOTTS" I EMULSION I real and Joseph men was could nonetheless not ens chapped the danger ft"". of Its infection antiseptic whenever action less the Unknown Sub and Church *s7'o

remove it, but he encouraged them skin: is cut or broken. !

by showing how God had used their Keep a bottle handy for the minor Many objects of incredible size v'9i >' w4a
casualties of kitchen: and nursery. At
evil devices to work out His own your druggist-trial size bottle 351; were 'either lost or found in the

FOR good pleasure. He can make the household sue 65t; economy size 125. :decade preceding the present war, t
QUICK RELIEF a C. HANFORD MFQ.CO, ,No Y.
wrath of man to praise Him (Ps. Sole makers of SyraeuM says Collier's. An 80-foot bridgewas

D : (I 76:10). stolen one night in Italy, anda

It is worth stressing again that in forest was cut down and cartedoff

Soothing SALVE the very hour when the prospects for a large estate in Hungary.On .

ANTISEPTIC Joseph's future usefulness seemed p the other hand, a submarine, C .
\ItTsed
by thousands .
suIts for 40 years-six with"satisfactory valuable ingredi.ft ruined, God was opening the door to of which no record existed, was

'II|nts. Get Carboil at drug stores or write the greatest experiences of his life found on the bottom of an aban- ,
;
l 'Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville
Tenn.i .
and was preparing him to serve the doned navy dock in France; and ;

i thousands whose lives were saved by an old deserted church was discovered -

3I 3 his famine.wisdom and ability in the yearsof WONDERFUL RELIEFFrom which no on one,a including farm in the England owner

I Nothing is more important in the of the land, had ever seen or

1 I If Ii life of a child of God than to be Bladder Irritations! heard: of before.

f yielded to His will, unmoved by circumstances Famous doctor's discovery acts on the
.
i abiding His time, responding urine and relieve
to His guidance whether it kidneys to increase Ship's Odd SignalOne '

be by the opening or closing of painful bladder irritations caused

doors, prosperity or adversity. And by excess acidity in the urine of the oddest signals flown .

80.6% herein is the marvel of it allevensin There is no need now to suffer unnecessary by' a ship is the :white paying-off
may be overruled by God's distress and discomfort from backache, 'pennant which is hoisted on a Brit- Now! -a balanced diet for '
bladder irritation, and run-down feeling
of cases showed grace for His own glory. due to excess acidity in your urine- take (ish naval vessel to show that it is Simplifies canaries-all in one bird package.feeding.
clinical cage
meat after improve only 10 -That does not invite anyone to sin the KILMER'S famous SWAMP doctor's ROOT.discovery For -Swamp DR. homeward bound to be put out of Nutritious,vitamin forufed-.

days treatment with that grace may abound (Rom.. 6: Root acts fast on the kidneys to increasethe commission, says Collier's.Although a complete food. See for your.selfhowitstimulates

SORETONE in impartial, 1, 2), but it does offer encouragement Originally flow of urine discovered and relieve by excess a well-known acidity. this pennant is only two or, brilliant plumage songvi,easy"t- .

scientific test. to the one who has fallen, that physician Swamp Root is a carefully inches wide, its length is equivalent moulting, fertile hatchableeggs.
blended combination of 16 herbs, roots,
I God can redeem the years that the vegetables, balsams and other natural in- to that of the ship, which may .Try PETAMINE1ELIDIC
SORETONE locusts have eaten (Joel 2:25). gredients. It's not harsh or habit-forming be hundreds of feet. Therefore,
in any way-just good ingredients that '
III.. Kindness Provides the Best help you feel worlds better fast a small balloon has to be attachedto
Made by McKesson&RobbIns, I (vv. 9-15). Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY! the end of the ribbonlike
Sold with .bick ... ,.< Like thousands of others you'll be glad
money parental ;;
it in the air. Dist w, wllsnkn lwittosas
sus to.
I It might have been enough to send that you did. Send name and address to streamer to keep
500 and $1.00 = food and a kind greeting with the Department E, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box
1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Sendat
brothers to their own land, but love once.All druggists sell Swamp Root.
does not seek the minimum
expres- .
sion of its feeling. It asks not how I .

WNU-7 36-45, little, but how much can I give or READ THE ADS ,
L do. Note the tender touch in verse A

15, "he kissed all his brethren." 'skeeters start singing -

Here was no general forgiveness, buta + and flies begin buzzing -

personal renewal of long-lost fel 1 Quick! Stop this /
lowship. nerve-wracking symphonywith

Bringing his aged father and Flit!
Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof brothers into the land of plenty was I This efficient insecticide sprays

Harmful Body Waste not enough, Joseph also gave to ''' j i 'em and slays 'em! It kills even

waste Your matter kidneys from are the constantly blood stream.filtering But them the "best of the land" (47 bA G v a the dread disease-laden malaria

kidneys sometimes lag in their work-da 11). His thoughtful consideration in i\ mosquito-as well as many com
not act as Nature intended {ail to r, sending for his father. '' household flies and moths
(Gen. (1 / mon
movo Impurities that if retained may 46:5-7) IF SO
poison the system and upset the whole was part of the same piece of kind- ., 'y Buy your summer's supply of
body machinery.Symptoms WATCH OUTThe
smell
may be nagging backache; ness. stainless,pleasant-
: persistent headache,attacks of dizziness, Joseph puts to shame the modern medical profession knows that 1 h lag! Flit, today!
getting up nights, swelling, puffiness ii
k under the eyes-a feeling of nervous "hard-boiled" attitude toward needy though a person may be cured of com-
, anxiety and loss of pep and strength. and aged members of the mon malaria they may have it comeback
Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder -' family. on them. So, if you are once more
?
are sometimes burning, scanty or In their eager and relentless pursuitof feeling tired, run down, have pains in I ; FLIT'
too frequent.urination. fame or riches, many ignore back and legs,feel weak and billious, no f
There should be no doubt that prompt or appetite and nervous-though chills and
I treatment is wiser than neglect. Use trample upon the members of their fever haven't.struck you yet, and you KILLS FLIESMOTHS
I Dean's Pillt.Dean's have been winning own families. Often they have common malaria-it doesn't pay to
new friends for more than forty years. are take any chances. Try a bottle of Oxi- >> AND MOSQUITOESWhen
ashamed of the
They have a nation-wide reputation. broken bodies, the dine. Oxidine is made to combat malaria,
i Are recommended by grateful people the humble apparel, the broken or uneducated .give you iron to help creation of red c.pr...tats, ,
country over. Ask your ntiyhborl/ speech of blood cells. If the first bottle doesn'tsatisfy eta. ln..rp.rat.4
their parents. will be returned.
you your money
God pity the man or woman who is Oxidine.has been used for over 50 years. I
riJ ashamed of a humble or aged father Get a bottle today at your drug store. : ,
,
and mother!

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER: 2l, 1045 THE CLEWISTON NEWS r PAGE SEVEN


spray it around and insects would charged through the Separation

Commercial Fishing To disappear like dew in the morningsun. Center at this post where, in the

Eagerly I poured the precious course of one day he was processed.
Seems To MeBy liquid into my trusty sprayer and' Each man about to be discharged is

In Lake Next Year then like Sir Galahad setting out in given an orientation talk which,pre
End
]i' search of the Holy Grail, I startedout pares him for civilian life and out-
. II. Clark Bell on my poyful mission. I was lines his benefits under the GI Bill

the United States Marines, Task of Rights. He is also
Notice Is Given October 1, 1946, according to a legal I . that you all have already Force 38 and the 83rd Division of service and his separation given counseling -
" ;:; Legal notice which appears elsewhere in heard enough and read enough about paratroopers all rolled into one. I' pay.

Commission As this issue from the State Game and the late unlamented tropical disturbance -
; By Diligent search resulted in the
, Y Fresh Water Fish Commission.The so I shan't bother you withit. discovery of a lone mosquito, resting NAL To Purchase

of Oct. I 1/46 notice states that the com- comfortably on the breakfast room Eleven DC-6's H!
' In essential war worker in
Monday
- mission, at a meeting the wall. Wham, barn, zooie, I let him
'Moore Haven Democrat) Orlando, adopted rules and regulations Detroit has the reconversion problem have it straight between the eyes. To '-
governing the taking of fresh settled to a nicety. In a letter to amazement JACKSONVILLE 19
horror calm- ,
Commercial lishing in Lake Okee- my and he Sept. -
chobee which has provided a liveli- I I|water fish from Lake Okeechobee the editor of a metropolitan newspaper ly spread his wings and flew ceiling- (FNSr G. T. Baker, president of
ti. and has prohibited the use of any he states that he was not in National Airlines '
"hood for many families of this coun- ward with the greatest of ease. Inc., said at the
o. ty for a great many years and a I device for taking fresh water fish the army because of being employed Climbing on a chair I let him have 'Annual Stockholders Meeting this

r partial livelihood to hundreds of except hook and line, rod and reel, in -an industry classed as essential.He .I the other barrel. Did it phase him? 'I week that the arrival of the first of
bob spinner troll or trotline and that feels that the army ,should now I the
others appears to be at an end as of I '' Not In the least. Laughing like a fleet of DC-4s would make available -
!I the provisions will be enforced after draft men in his category to replace' hyena, he buzzed gleefully about the 1 1I I 44 passenger service for NAL

October 1, 1946. those "who fought for us when we : room. Then he nonchalantly lit on patrons.

I The commercial fishermen of I II were safe at home." He stayed ,I the back of my neck and bit me. I The Board of Directors at the Di-

Duff I Lake Okeechobee are not unprepared home and made the big money . Well, maybe there was some DDTin rectors' meeting authorized NAL

F. Deane I for this action for at a meeting in now he wants to get under Uncle that bottle of kerosene the grocer officers to negotiate a contract for

REGISTERED REAL ESTATE an East Coast city a few weeks ago Sam's wing, collect $70 a month for sold me and maybe there wasn't, the purchase of 11 Dc-6's. These
of the enforcement officers of his wife and two children plus what
one but if there the
BROKER was, amount was so ships have a cruising speed in excess
the commission made the statementthat he would make and ride the recon-
small that it had no effect whateveron of 300 miles per hour and passenger
Glade. Hendry Lands and for More Palm Than Beach the lake was to be closed to the I version storm safely through with the insect life that abides in our capacity of 70. Total cost of these

County 23 Years taking of fish with trap and seine i his war profits stowed in his pocket home. I could have used plain wa- ships will be 7% 'million dollars.

I and enforcement would'start, at once., and come out of the Army entitledto ter in, my squirt gun and gotten bet-1.I J. C. Brawner, NAL assistant to

The Democrat immediately wired I. all the benefits of those who did ter results. I the president, was elected Treasurerof

N. Kennedy, director of the commission the actual fighting when the going Maybe some of the solutions being the company, as'well as a new
asking if this were true to was tough. Noble soul, isn't he? offered the
public are OK, I director, J. D. Crane, VicePresidentin
I which he made the following terse . the atom bomb has all the don't know about that but the stuff I charge of Maintenance and En-

GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. I reply, "No change in the operation pessimists telling the city dwellersto I bought wouldn't even kill a mo-I gineering, was also elected a direc-
of Lake Okeechobee." It was be- move out into the country; the squitos' breath. Ants, roaches and tor.

G. 'Nottingham, Agent lieved then that some definite action industrialists to scatter their plants flies laughed it off too. So now I've ...

Box 6527 I was in the wind by the commission from Skagway to Sebring and the gone back to swatting 'em with a When you have creamed vegetablesleft
I!whicfi is given almost unlimited apartment and hotel owners to erect
Clewiston Florida newspaper. over use them to thicken soup.
w ,J I| regulatory rights by the constitutional annexes miles away from the main .
amendment approved by the voters edifice. We seem to be pretty well Alfalfa was brought from Persiato

in 1942. scattered here in the Everglades as S-Sgt. Wm. R. Dyess I Greece in 500 B. C.

The fishermen argue that the lake it is so if another family moves in
-
Released From ArmyCAMP
has for many years been in the salt on the adjacent quartersection we - -

Johnson's Fish Camp II water category and that the game don't think it ,will be necessary to
and fresh water fish commission has move. ;BLANDING, FLA..S/Sgt
(Near Hurricane Gate) I' no power to regulate fishing in William R. Dyess has been released
'
Glewiston, Fla. Okeechobee unless a new designationis . the reconversion unemploy- from active duty with the Army of CLEWISTONLOTS

Boats and Motors- Guide Service given by legislative act. The .ment problem is pretty, much like the United States after serving 45
Rates ReasonableW. larger fishermen and wholesale deal- the weather-everybody) talks aboutit months.He .

H. Johnson Mgr. ers have had meetings and it is prob but nobody does anything about is the son of Mr. and Mrs.. G.
it. And with all the strikes now
able ,that an injunction will be R. Dyess of Moore Haven.
< } : I I'I the enforcementof going on with more threatened
to
sought prevent He has served overseas for 35 -

I".............!...!..!..!...! ..!..!......! ..!..!..!..!............:.I this new order. every day big business doesn't look months in the M.T.O. theatre, and is
- - - -
like a very good place to work now-
,: FOR ;I I However, a year's grace is given adays. entitled to wear Battle Participation SALES HAVE INCREASED'
.:. before the act becomes enforceable, Honors for 4 campaigns. In

_(: TAXICABSDAY .:. according to this notice, and in that . 1945 prices for Florida pro- addition, he wears the following VERY RAPIDLY IN THE

f' AND NITE SERVICE -:-I I time some steps may be taken to ducts are well over 1944 in most medals and awards: Purple Heart, .
I forestall the action. categories and with the government and Good Conduct. PAST SIX MONTHSDO
:=i:
I:: 18FLOWERS
; PHONE .. threatening us with rationing so we The separatee, who plans to make

.... .. ............................ . can feed our vanquished foes in Eu- his home in Moore Haven disPALMIST -
< : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : was
. . . . .
........_._.......................................:..............._."'..)I rope they would appear to be still -
- -
gradually gaining ground. The

state showed a total of $35,000,000 NOT LET THE ONE
Too Late To Classify
for the first five months of 1945

Cut flowers. for delivery here or above the total for the same periodin Madam La Rose YOU WANT GO, TOSOMEONE
Bv RUSSELL KAY
for delivery.anywhere, in U."S. 1944. Approximately $33',000,000 .
wire. in' marketablei-crops# and $2,000,000in '
by . . .... . . ELSE -
.. .L.............
::0. . .
.
LN NN. .NN, .N.N.NM N...N M M M N N M 1 livestock. It looks as though wewon't
MRS. J. M. FOUNTAIN I
be applying for WPA work EXPERIENCE
Day Phone,82 Night Phone 148-W If there is anything that can makeme for the next couple of' years anyway. $0 YEARS -

nuttier than I normally am, it is

a flock of pesky mosquitoes buzzingIn .' ., the $25 a week enemployment If yon are In Price Trend Is
my ear or tapping my ankles for benefits President Truman is askingfor trouble doubt,
blood transfusions to which I have could well be changed to a plea or fear, do not UpwardbetterBUY

not given my consent. for equalization of payments in the fall to Bee this.

II "WE I The excessive wet weather this several states. Michigan and Connecticut Sifted lady NOWCLEWISTON

MEAN n', ,4:hxr S summer has increased the mosquito already have a maximum She will. eon
,
and 0 u rIOTed
I population in our neighborhood to payment of $28;; Hawaii, Utah and you
"
TOO! ones by
I IfluIl the extent that it has had me slap- I' the state of Washington $25 and name. -- r

happy most of the time. I have Nevada $24. The lowest prevailing

I swatted a million of them if I've maximum is $15 and is common in !No one In trouble turned nwny. REALTY
I swatted one, but it seemed that for the South. Of all the unemployment ;,For white or colowd. ook for
..
I everyone I managed to assassinatea benefits paid out in June, only four hand sign.HALL'S

dozen more came to take its place. states; California, Illinois, Michiganand COURT HOUSE No. 7South CORPORATION
Before retiring I would go over New York accounted for over

the room, checking and recheckingevery 65 per cent. Glades county had.none Cleuiston I

FORD nook and cranny. I'd look for the same period. I
I._ l'B! r' JjlJlllllilllII"lIIlmllllll 5 311 -
under the bed, behind the curtains,
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in bureau drawers until I was -
a SIRVI" fully even satisfied that: there wasn't evena party t 'would have. Then I would IINI lIIm[ !!IIJJlllIlmlIIiilllIIIII"! ] "NN Ili! INNNNINNIIIIIIIIIIiNIIIN!! ]!! !! li /IIllli! NINI!]! iNN! fiiNiNuNINNINIIIJN'! /' mlllliBII!! a iNN lm ill illI 1I

gnat in the room, let alone a mo
get even for all the misery those
squito. I would make sure that all
pests had caused me. I planned to
Is I my pet spiders were on the job from bathe in a solution of DDT. I'd =
1 1ri
I the little beady eyed black ones that have the clothes washed in the stuff.
window-sill the
hang around the to
I'd spray everything with it, includ-
BACK AGAIN hairy legged monsters that scamperup
-
ing the cat. Like a ballet dancer
and down the walls like an express -
I'd gamboling
interpreting "Spring" go -
elevator. Then I would lay ==s
about the yard, squirting the
PROMPT ATTENTIONWe me down to sleep, as the saying precious stuff on every leaf and

goes.Within twig, and when I couldn't find any-
have the expert Ford seven seconds after I'd thing else to spray with it, I'd just '

mechanics to service your switched out the light the serenade point the sprayer up in the air and 'A'

Ford promptly and effi- would start. Any where from one glory, in the magic mist that filled ri

} ciently. to a dozen of the pesky varmints the atmosphere. What the atomic ,

would be buzzing joyfully aroundmy bomb did to Hiroshima would be a

/ head and biting viciously. On mere trifle to what I proposed to do
>NAOE RIGHTTJ FIT RIGHT the of prostration I'd North Francisco St., Clewiston, Florida
verge nervous to the insect world. =
I'I'I LAST LOMGER'IWe I jump out of bed and go bouncing out =.
Having worked and gloatedover Announces to the public that their local plant for the
(around the room like a lunatte of this ambitious
Genuine Ford every detail
I use processing of ,milk and milk products is now in regular
throwing underwear at the ceiling post-war project I eagerly awaitedthe ._
I Parts .-. the kind that assured the
in Our and cursing in all the languages including day when I'd get my first supplyof operation and milk users of the area are now
came car.
your
the Scandinavian. The thing DDT. I really didn't expect to finest and cleanest
.::;;. parts stock is the largest =-,
., that gets me is where the fool critters find any for several months but was
i/ in years-to avoid delays -
I manage to hide when you are joyously surprised a week ago to
I _
I looking for them. find a sizable advertisement in the Grade "A"Pasteurized e

> IT WILL PAY YOU I For two years or more I've been Tampa Morning Tribune announcingthat L

-, 1 TO BRING YOUR reading about the wonderful new DDT was here. It would be on
insecticide DDT and waiting eagerlyfor the grower's' shelves, all you had to
:
FORD "BACK HOME" the day when I could get my do was ask for it. If I had struckoil Milk

i r{'1 FOR SERVICE hands on some of the stuff. ThenI or discovered gold in my back C

\ would show those cockeyed mo yard I couldn't have been more ex _
f< Our men know your Ford
squitoes. According to all reports, cited. Like a fire-horse I was up I
., best and use Ford DAIRY PRODUCTSMilk
',: '', all you had to do was spray with it bright and early Monday morning G and
"t. factory-approved service
once and you would be rid of mo- impatiently waiting for the stores to
I and methods. lake dairies and brought to
\;/ equipment squitoes for six months. You didn't open. With my heart pounding likea produced on inspected
have to hit 'em with the stuff. It trip hammer and my hands trem- ;; our plant here for pasteurizing, bottled and delivery.

;;; was so powerful that an insect would bling I paid the man his 89c and ==''

, : Hendry County turn up his toes at the mere men- grasping my precious bottle of DDT, Your Inspection of Our Plant Is InvitedAt
tion of those magic letters "DDT." (one to a customer) I carried it with

: Motors O. K., the mosquitoes might have the same loving care I would norm Any Time

their fun for a while longer but my ally bestow on a bottle of pre-war '
CLEAVISTOX. turn was coming. Some day the Scotch. ; HOUSE TO HOUSE DELIVERIES

Phono 93 war would end and DDT would be According to the directions all you

available to the general public. Boy, had to do was use it just as you

oh boy, what a grand and glorious I would any other insecticide, just IIIba t



EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 10J5


I A letter this week from Ruth Nail inson's Store, arrived in the States ] Lt Dan Beardsley! an'ived'home went through at Camp Blanding but i I
11II New Minister in, Pensacola enclosing a swell plc- Wednesday aboard the Queen Eliza- ']; from the Pacific Coast the first of he kept his arrival a secret until he

.. ................ ..... tune of her husband. Pfc. Walker beth and is expected home very I, the ,week for a five-day leave following i came)ln on his folks, Mr. and Mrs.
Nall receiving a citation from his shortly. He has been overseas fora reports of the hurricane. lie G. R. Dyess, Monday.
year in Germany with a field artillery was flown to Buckingham in a B-25 i .
commanding officer which is lOre \ ..
the unit, until recently attached and received the time off to help j
in
fully explained accompanying J. D. Leftwich
and R. V.ValkeI
repair storm Since Dad is :
damage.
to 'to the Ninth Army.Pfc. .
it too late
Since was left
article. Monday. Mr.
Leftwich
in bed, Bruce has his hands full and will spend
have a cut made of this picture a week ""
Frank Cox has written Marcia it's likely that he'll have plenty to transacting business in ,
at Ruth's instruction -:
V we're passing it on I Bristol Va., and Mr. Walker will
Nall. that he is in Pearl Harbor for ,three do during this five-day leave.
father, W. F.
to .his 1 be in Blowing Rock, N. Car., for the
route to ? and that he was .
Here is the text of the citation: : days en week.
"European Theater of Operations, eagerly awaiting each mail call for Lt. (j.g.) W. C. Owen, Jr., is at I .. ,
United States Army, United States letters from home. home this week to spend a ten-day -

Strategic Air Forces, Engineer Com-;, w a a > leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Diston Island:. ,
mand. This certificate of merit is'I! Petty Officer J. K.. (Skeet) Weaver W. C. Owen, from Norfolk, Va. Lt. I -
awarded to Private First Class Walk-J is en route home and is expected I Owen, upon completion of his leave, i I

er F. Nall in recognition of conspicuously -| to arrive In California Thursday. I will report to his ship which is to be (Continued from Pag& 1) '
'
f' b meritorious and outstanding Skeet has .been overseas for the commissioned in October. Commis- "
performance of military duty. past thirty-two months with the 61st sioning of' the ship was held up for necessitate the presence of Mr.. Patterson
Citation: Charged with the duties of''Sea-Bee battalion, in the same out- some time due to strikes and resumption and may be held up until ,

surveyor, Pfc. Nail displayed super- fit with Shorty Alderman who returned -', of the 48-hour work week ,.another supervisor can be elected to
iREV ,. ior skill, initative and devotion to home several weeks ago. Hereis ... replace Mr. Williams.
duty in the dispatch of all assigned hoping it'll be all for Skeet when ,Sgt. Wm. Dyess returned home \ The amount of the current in-
tasks. By his efforts and ability he> he gets home and we feel quite sure Monday from Italy where he has debtedness including coupons and
has demonstrated qualities we'll get all the dope from him when spend the past three years at an ad- '['I delinquent interest is approximately
I sentative of the highest repre-I he gets here. vanced bomber base on Corsica and I $450,000 which will be cut to apI -

the military service and has is wearing his gold eagle (one dis- I proximately' $300,000 under the' new
R. R. HOLLAND buted significantly to the operational Mrs. M, C. Doke has received word chargee calls it the "ruptured duck") refunding. The refunding bonds

success of the Ninth Engineer'': that her husband, Cpl. Doke, is to button as a symbol of his recent ,discharge will also have a callable feature.

::N ew Pastor Here Command in the War against Ger- sail soon from Southampton, Eng- : Bill is entitled to wear the I .
I many." land, for home. He has' been over- purple heart and good conduct med-
For Church of GodRev. The ceremony was held for seas more than eighteen months andis als and ribbons for four battle participation -1 j I To remove burned crust from a

awarding, of the citation on August expecting an over-age discharge. I campaigns. His discharge cake, use a grater instead of'a knife. I -.io
12.?: He was one of twelve of his out-
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Holland arrived Thurs-
R. R.
fit receiving the award and there =
'day from 'Olustee and has been as-
were: only 130 given out among approximately -
of the Church of .,
feigned as pastor
18,000 men. ...
.L
God in Clewiston' for at least one Ruth says Walker writes that it!I We Have Plenty off

year. "He was accompanied by Mrs. will probably be April or May before -f! --.._ ,_ -' _. _
Holland and their five children, I ,
he gets home but she is hoping j
I
three of whom are of school age. that he's wrong. .i .... RO 0 FIN -
G
Rev. Holland has just completedone III k
in Olustee at
assignment
years
S/Sgt. Sidney W. McGehee has -
the Church of God there. Although
recently arrived at a San Antonio
Florida he Available for Storm Repairs
lie was born in north District AAF Personnel Distribution -

was reared in South Florida and has ,Command and during his stay therehe .' ; ;." .
most of his life in the southern -
spent
his
will be duty-free and have at
half of the state. He was for AMPLE SUPPLIES
command all of the many recreational -
to the Church of
'one year assigned '
and educational facilities made
*
'God at Okeechobee. Rev. Holland ,
available to returning airmen. Sid- .

"plans to to leave attend next the Tuesday State Minister's"Meeting or Wednesday ney wears the Air Medal, Purple WE WILL PAY YOUR f ROOFER and FURNISH .' ;i\
Heart, ETO ribbon and was a prisoner -

geld from in September Lake City,24 which to September will be- Theatre.and escapee After two in the weeks European at the '::' MATERIALS to roof your home for as little as $8.77 '. :..3 ;:' <<

30.. __ center he will receive his dischargeor per month NO DOWN PAYMENT :: ,
J reassignment to duty in this ., .
country. : :1i
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N:M N N NAM.N:.: :N : :N NON N : : : : N-:r a :" .: .fF"

J Lt. Ed Ward, who was transferreda Painting of Your Home Can Be Handled i:

few weeks ago to Camp Blanding .
In the Same'.Manner
With after spending a couple of months at

his home here following his escape I

from a German prison camp shortly CALL OR SEEBISHOPWILSON .,
Our before the end of the war, will return -
Boysin home next week and this timeit '

will be as Mr. Ward. Ed has already -

been given his discharge andis ... L MBER COMPANY "
theSeryice
visiting with "Emmett Shelley,
another veteran in Tampa on his
-'-' I
I 1 way home. Phone 88

., .. CLEWISTONALL
\ .E-"': r "" "" : --J
: T/Sgt. Jack Bretton, husband of''i 1. A

LauraBretton, bookkeeper at Park- 'I i .....""' .:2.D--!: _,."'.mi .,.- IJ"'

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'Ed Clark, ex CAERM 1/c, and

"his wife, Florine, arrived home this
j "week. Ed received his discharge

:from the Navy at Lido Beach, Long AUCTION SALE
Island: with 48 points. He servedDverseas
\ for eighteen- months in the

canal Zone, Equador and the Galapagos -
Islands and spent the balance

,()f his 44 months in service at

Lakehurst Ed and,Florine New Jersey will ,soon be mov-. TueSa & Wed OCt 2nd.. 3rd0:30: ,am

ing into the apartment in the C. J. a 4
"Lovvorn residence and it is with the

greatest: of 'pleasure that we welcome -
them back 'to Clewiston.
t fFrom -
s at RIDDLE FIELD

S fie Harvard Burke, who -
'ts now stationed at DeLand we get

'tbe following very welcome letter

1 '"this week: EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS OF RIDDLE-McKAY AERO COLLEGE
"Mr. Carr Settle., Editor,
.
Clewiston News, ..
.
Dear lewiston'Carr, :Florfda. MUST BE SOLD '

i'' Just thought I would drop a few
words to you and say"hello to every-
tine in and around Clewiston whomI Among Thousands of Items Are: CANTEEN and MESS HALL Equipment-

knew'before entering the Navy the Chairs tables cabinets dishes and
first of last year. I"hope that everyone ROLLING EQUIPMENT- ,' pots ,
'
down that way'is feeling very soda fountains etc.
pans, ,
good and f ,am fine at present. Iget I Buses, tractors, trucks, swamp buggy
.
the. Clewiston News each weekend FURNITURE-
really appreciate and enjoy I OFFICE FURNITURE 'and Equipment- '

reading it very much. Leather chairs, dressing tables, piano,
Desks
Since entered the chairs filing cabinets typewriters -
Navy, in January ,
of J.944; I have been stationed adding machines calculators mimeographs beds, settees, pillows, mattresses, occasional -
'<:at Jacksonville, both at the Naval ,
Air Station and Naval Hospital. I fans, etc. chairs, etc.

underwent a major operation at the
hospital immediately after enteringthe SHOP EQUIPMENTMISCELLANEOUS-,

from service"that.and haven't From there fully recovered I was- Welding outfits, assorted tools, drill Scales, water coolers, electric mowers,

transferred at Green' to Cove the 'Auxiliary Springs and Air Sta'tion' was- presses, lathes, grinders, grease and barber equipment, garbage cans, seat

transferred from there to DeLand 'I paint guns, electric hoists etc.. covers, air hose, spray guns, etc. "
Naval Air Station on January 22.
I like this part of the state
well for my parents' live just thirty quite All Items Are In First Class Con'clition-Don't Fail To Attend This Sale '. ,

miles away arid I get'to go'home quite

'Often. I expect to visit in Clewiston
For Further Information Contact
before long for I am looking for my '

discharge most any day now and It
can't come too soon tO'Sult m\ .

Hoping to hear from everyone THE GREEN COMPANY.
down that way very soon, I am, .
Sincerely yours,
Harvard H. Duke, S 1/c,
M. and R. Division 6-C CLEWISTON INN CLEWISTON, FLORIDAPAGE

U. ,S. Naval Air 'Station. ,
-'DeLand. I Ir --'- '-'''' ',.,,,..,-,,....,, "'.1'r'!.. { 1







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