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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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NUMBER 40 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5,.1045 SUBSCRIPTION- .52.50 PER YEAK
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;', .'. TIGERS TAKE CLOSE County T-B AssociationTo KELLY IS ,REELECTEDCLEWISTON'S Clewiston Bar Is CHANGES PLANNEDIN

__ Meet Next FridayThe Bought By OglesbyH.

FROM MAYORIN SET-UP OF USSC
DECISION 7-0 Hendry County Tuberculosisand 'J. Oglesby, who has been operating -
i the Clewiston Bar under lease
Association will meet

LABELLE ON FRIDAY Friday Health evening, October 12, ,at 8:00p. REORGANIZATIONE. for several years while the owner, PERSONNEL DEPT.Fred .

m., in the High School Auditorium P. T. Chagaris, was in service, an-
nounces this week his purchase of
Carl
it was announced today by
their I E. Kelly was re-elected mayorat the business from Mr. Chagaris. M. Sikes, personnel directorof
E. Johnson president.
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Clewiston Tigers opened '
The
( I t a special called meeting of the Purchase of the building also includes the United 'States Sugar Corporation -
:', 1945 football season with a 7-0 victory ,l I This meeting is for the purpose of
; I City Commission at 4:30 p. m., Tues- the rooms occupied by the I announced this morning that
:',.>. ; over the LaBelle Bulldogs on I' completing organization, choosing day at the City Hall. The meeting I Elite Restaurant and the Clewiston this department is being reorganizedand
: the local gridiron last Friday night. officers to fill vacancies and planning 1 l
,. the! was in the nature of an organization Radio and Electric Company. is moving the first of next week
hard-fought game all the Christmas Seal sale. Mrs.
It was a
meeting and C., E. Miner was elected E into new quarters in the west wingof
a' v Mr. Oglesby states that he is contemplating -
h- way with the Bulldogs putting up Grace Ensign of the State Head- the
: collector and -II Community Center building.
failed vice-mayor, tax commissioner complete remodeling of:
'
: stubborn fight although they quarters at Jacksonville will be
'\ to threaten except in the second per- present and members are urged to I. of public works, and R. Y. the bar and the cocktail lounge in Mr. Sikes stated that the principal

fad when they plunged to the Tiger attend. I Patterson was elected city clerk, the near future.MALOY benefits to be derived from the new

. 20-yard line and lost the ball on a -- treasurer and assessor. .--- set-up will be a modern system of

t.,' > fumble I Mr. Patterson, C. A. Thomas and records on each employee which

first W. C. Owen took the oath of office, DISCUSSES will permit better jobs in the organization -
in the
_ The Tigers threatened NEW SCHEDULE WILL
carried to the the two former named having been i to be filled by old em-
, period when they I
four terms and ployees if be found with
elected to serve year any can
<" :Bulldog nine but were unable third to put Mr. Owen for a two year ,term at the TAXES IN TALK AT I necessary qualifications when vacancies -
::\ over a counter until the per- GIVE BETTER FASTER
,::,- lod when Howard Kepple, Tiger I I city election on Tuesday, September occur. Eventually it is planned -
4th. to interview all applicants for
J1-; quarterback, went through the line
: KIWANIS MEETING positions in the organization in the
w::: -on a quarterback sneak after a sustained BUS SERVICE HERE Kenneth Rogers was named to
f:'''-. sixty-yard drive down the serve as deputy clerk and deputy tax new location thus taking a load off
department heads.
,'" field on straight football. This drive assessor.
} was sparked by McLeod, Sullivan I The Glades Motor Lines announce John H. Maloy, Jr., former rep- I All activities of the personnel will

. and Pullen. Johnny Sullivan concerted this week a new faster and more New Manager resentative of the Internal Revenue be handled in the new offices except -

: for the extra point through convenient bus schedule for the lake I regional office in West Palm Beach, I timekeeping and, payroll, and

'" the line. area which' gives additional bus serv- spoke to the Kiwanis Club at their I will include both workmen compensation -

Coach Skewes said that the Tiger ice into Clewiston and is so arranged I meeting Wednesday night at the insurance and group insurance,

backfield worked nicely during the as to permit full-day visits in I Inn on the subject of "Income Tax." I medical and recreational, activities.

r' game but passes were not clicking, East Coast cities, going and return- Mr. Maloy stressed mainly the I A new card record will be set upon

',: only one being completed for a six- ing the same day. confusion accompanying the completion -f each employee using a tray sys-

yard gain.,, In the line credit was The complete schedule will be of income tax forms becauseof I tem to show ,at a glance the name

! given to Bolton, Conkling, J. Simms found in an advertisement elsewhere I the unfamiliar phraseology peculiar and other pertinent information

:':' -and Sammy Young but Simms was in this issue but buses will leave I to the government forms. He ,I concerning each employee. His card

ti--: 'lost in the final period when he Clewiston for Miami ,and West Palm I, said that the average person finds will show his educational and men-

'' snapped a 'collarbone and will be outmost Beach at 6:44 a. m.. 9:15 a. m., I the wording so complicated that they tal qualifications for any position

I F of the remainder of the season. 3:15 p. m., and 6:59 p. m., makingthe experience difficulty in completing' which will be kept up to date by

L l. .::': The work of Danny and Bill Jack- trip to 'Miami in about three j I the forms and that because of their periodic reports from department

i-_::_,;: man in the backfield for,LaBelle was hours and to West Palm Beach 1fftwo i construction even mathematicians I heads. A record of his earnings will

*:." outstanding with Meredith Pace hours and forty-five minutes. I t find it hard to comprehend and correctly be kept and possibly a complete record -

, playing a brilliant defensive game. Buses which arrive here at those complete these forms. Training of attendance and punctuality.By .

: The line-ups: hours leave Fort Myers at 4:45 a. I for work with the internal reve- using colored tabs on the edge of

"_ TjnBelle Pos. Clewiston I m., 7:30 a. m., 1:30 p. m., and 5:00p. nue department takes three years. these cards the date for interviews,

_:..-- Taylor LE Conkling m. Buses leave Miami at 8:00 Mr. Maloy said that most people be-I I beginning of insurance, etc., can

Greer LT Sims la. m., 10:20 a. m., 2:00 p. m., and come frightened after reading the easily be noted at a glance. ,

:V "> Hidgdill LG Mills"' 7:30 a. m., and West Palm Beach instructions, of the income tax blanks'I. Upon receiving a requisition from

'Cosden C Bolton at 8:00, 10:50, 2:00 and 8:00, arriving and he advised the Kiwanians to
i i department for
; head one or a
'Pace RG Martina here at 10:30 a. m., 1:20 p. tackle' the job of completing the tt
of the will
I group employees: cards
: Burke '_ RT Dunaway,I m., 4:30 p. m., and 10:30 p, m., and I j forms with ease and to learn to accept -I' be checked to see if, In the'organiza-
., RE Young in Fort Myers at, 12:39 m., 3:15 '
r. "WatsonV' p. \ the assistance, .of. a. representa- tion, thereis; an- em t e.with. the
r" : D. Jackmali'-QB_y.. ..- : > :_ > Kepple II p: m., 6:25 p.-mr, Tiind 1239, a. m. I tive of the 'internal', evenue departI I I qualifications for the position. Shouldone
; ;
:; 'Thomas'f LHB Pullen ment rather than looking them
upon
develop-I be found the benefits of the new
Howard 'RHB McLeod' Postal Notes Are Veteran of the original with suspicion for 'they are trained I job 'will, be weighed against the
"B. Jackman FB Sullivan ment,of what is now Port Everglades, \by the government to help in this !
benefits of the job held at the timeto
'Substitutions for Clewiston were Now On Sale Preston 'Ross has returned to the I I matter and are anxious to offer
as-\\ see if the transfer is in the nature -
Billy and Jimmy Toulis and Harold scene of his work twenty years ago j sistance. He interpreted some of
of a promotion. If so the
"Broaderick, all in line positions.The At Post OfficePostal as nevly appointed manager of the laws and suggested that in 'time !I
transfer is made, recorded on his card
game tonight is with St. Ann'son Belcher Oil Company? terminal there. I these forms may be modified to some I and the card slipped into the tray

the local field.Woman's notes went on sale at the It was in 1925 that Ross, newly extent. I of the new department. Should

local Post'' Office October 1, 1945. settled in the town: of Hollywood, and, Mr. Maloy, who is a member of none be found with the qualificationsa

r Association Patrons are given their choice of associated with the Hollywood En-I the Kiwanis Club in Sebring, told I search is then made for a new em-
gineering Company was transferredto
purchasing ,a money order or the 1 the club members of the recent organization ployee for the position. It is pointed -
Adds $300.00 For ,new note which is best described asa the project at Port Everglades,
I of the club there. out, however, that the final selec-
then known as Lake Mabel, where, he l I _
streamlined money order. These for the tion of the employee is still left to
Church Building FundMrs. Plans were discussed i
worked with the George B. Hill En-
notes may be purchased at any denomination American Legion and the club to sup- the head of the department.Earl .
gineering Company in the port development -
to the amount of ten {
up port the movement for completion Morrison who came to the
G. H. Brown, president, announced dollars at "*a fee of five cents each. program there. In 1930 I
of the double drive through Clewis- i sugar corporation recently from Riddle -
Ross became associated with the
today that the ClewistonCommunity There limitation to the number -
no
,1s I ton. Increased traffic has made Field, will be in charge of all interviews -
Florida Power and Light
Church building fund is of'notes that be bought.No Companyand
may
driving at the congested corners while Mrs. Thos. E. Mar-
with them he
remained until
richer by some three hundred dollars -
a result of the sandwich and application shall be requiredin joined the armed forces in March, I' hazardous and the two organizationsare kette, now head of the stenographic
as
the, purchase of postal notes. The backing a drive to have the pro- department and secretary to M. W. i
theWoman's 1943. He spent a year and a half I
soft drink concession operated by
Association of the Churchat I purchaser thereof shall write in the with a combat engineer battalion and I posed double driveway through the I Bigg will be the chief clerk in charge
name and .address of the payee on heart of town. I I of all records. Transfer of Mrs.,
had attained the rank of sergeant
the auction at Riddle Field Tuesday -
the face as well as-his own name and i announced i iI Markette will bring Mrs. E. M. Dullto
and Wednesday of this week. when he was discharged from the I President R. C. Wilson I
address on the back of the notes. I her position, Miss Evelyn Lee will
"The ladies of the Association worked army in October; 1944, due to a committee appointments to fill va-
diligently to supply the demandfor To the patron, these advantagesare serious attack of asthma.. I Ir I cancies.Rainfall. I take Mrs. Dull's place :as secretaryto
principally, lower cost and the -- R. Y. Patterson and Mrs. Ann
refreshments.The Upon his return home Ross Joined I
elimination of the application. The I Clark succeeds Miss Lee as secretary
Association wishes to express r the Belcher Oil Company as sales Deficiency L I
postal service benefits by the time to S. L" Crochet.

'.' appreciation to all those who contributed saved in issuance and the subsequent representative in Broward and Palm I Exists At End of Month i The offices to be occupied by the
to the success of the venture Beach counties. In addition to his I
listing of issued and paid orders. I department have recently been re-
'and'in particular to G. H. Brown, new duties as terminal manager, ,
This announcement of the offeringto I : finished. Mr. Sikes: will have the
who purchased all of the supplies, Ross will continue in charge of Bel- I Rainfall records of the United
the public of these postal notes I office vacated recently by the Selec-
Joseph Kiersky of Memphis. Ten- cher sales in the counties where he States Sugar Corporation show that, ,
was made by Mrs. Jewel Lawrence tive Service office.
nessee, tra'd Mr. Greenberger of the acting postmaster. has been representing the companyfor I believe it or not, September ended

'Green Company.: Mrs. J. Kenneth nearly two years. The oil com- with the year to. date still showinga

Rogers was the chairman and playA pany executive resides at Ft. Lauderdale deficiency of 6:815: in the Western Local 'Men Spend

e'd _a large part in the success of the Cantrell To Open Division and 1.455 inches in the
Two Weeks CruisingBill j
"Sale.I Electric Business Eastern Division. .

-------- School Trustees The ,Western '''Division had ,a total

: Minister Thanked i average during the month of 11.55 Johnson, manager of Johnson's -
: Gus L. Cantrell. Sr., a resident of I Election To BeHeld II: inches which 'was an excess of 3.392. Fish Camp here, accompaniedby

:, :, By RAF Air MarshalRev. I Clewiston for eighteen years, is an- The Eastern Division had 15.038 Paul Lumbar recently returned
Nov. 6th
nouncing this week his return- the
from a two-weeks cruise in Mr.
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inches for the month. for an excess
I I
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ofl I electrical business. For the past of 7.262 inches. Johnson's cruiser "Seven Days" along
C. Hancock
David pastor The regular bi-ennial election of
I "
the Community Church, who conducted -associated school trustees will be held Tues-I Only a little more than an inch the West Coast.

,, :''- weekly services for the Royal College here as and Electrical day, Nov. 6, in the four special taxi J of rain fell here in two weeks between The trip was made down the Ca-

'; ,{: Air Force cadets at Riddle Fields' engineer. school districts in Hendry County.]!I the hurricane and the first ofI I loosahatchee River and the men report -

X ;,:s during the last year or more of their After coming here in October, Three trustees will be elected In ] October. that the fishing was excellentIn

t, f",;: stay here, this week received them I 1927, he was responsible for the ma- each district, 4, 5, 6 and 7 or a to-I I Boca Grande Pass. Also in Cap- t
, 3" following letter of appreciation for jority of the wiring of houses for tal of 12 In the county. At the": MRS. TCRETTOX HONORED tiva and Red Fish Pass they found
::0 his services from Air Marshal Douglas time voters will be called onto WITH SURPRISE PARTY plenty of trout, grouper and red fish. s
the company such as the Admin-I same (
Colyer: I istration Building and the Dahlberg I either favor the millage estimated I They cruised among the islands }

Dear Mr. Hancock: I home. Mr. Cantrell contracted theI by the board of public Instructionor Mrs. Jack Bretton was the guest I during the period and enjoyed many

I am writing on behalf of the I i I job of the electrical Installations ati set a different millage.All of honor at a surprise party Wednesday fish frys and clam chowders. The E

; :"". "RAF to express my appreciation of i the Everglades Experimental Station qualified electors residing!I afternoon given by the em- night of the storm they rode it out
: i
: < '" your kindness and hard work in!: at Belle Glade. He is now making within any school district in the I ployees of Parkinson's, Inc. Mrs. In the harbor at Bokeelia with the (
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t''\ holding services pn Sundays at the a bid for electrical wiring and offers county whose voting registration is]i Bretton, who has been associated crew aboard. The swift current in ;

,t, : Royal Air Force School 'lat Riddle his past work as reference.P.T. I within the special tax school district I with the local store for several the Caloosahatchee River on the

-, "Field. and who pays a tax on either I I months as bookkeeper, was leaving return made travel difficult and

s The value of your care for our A. NOTICEAn (Continued on Page 8) i I I the company to join her husband, thirteen hours was required to make

.. 5': men who have trained at the school I I who has just received his honorable the trip from, Fort Myers to Moore

has been inestimable. Please accept extremely Important meeting NOTICEThe i discharge from the Army. She was Haven.

'my grateful thanks. I has been called for Tuesday even- I presented with plastic book ends. ,

Yours sincerely, ing, October 9, at 8 p. m.. at the Woman's Association of the Fried chicken, baked beans, potato
(Signed) Douglas Colyer. High School. Clewiston Community Church will salad and home-made ice cream were drews, Mrs. R. E. Waldron, Mrs i

Plans are to be completed for the I meet Thursday. October 11, at 3:00 served. Frank Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Egress

1 Edgar Sias of Homestead was annual Hallowe'en Carnival, and J p. m., at the church. Everyone is Attending were Mrs. R. J. Blotmt, Suggs, Joe Schroeder, L. N. Davis

1 1 visiting relatives here Thursday. members are urged to attend I invited. 1 Mrs. S.- P. Slonaker, Mrs. Floyd An-I and L. C. nedish.t .







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!. TWO' CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1045


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHH. I The W. M. S. business' and program -]I and those interested in singing and!I ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC ''I, Mnrkettc Radio & Appliance Ser lee I
C. Moador, Pastor I meeting will be held at the helping in the music of the church! CHURCH under which I am engaged In business
(II at Clewiston, Florida That the party.
church Tuesday afternoon at 3:30p. '' program are cordially invited to attend -{ FT. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor Interested In said business Is as fol-
"THE SINGING CHURCH" in. Let all ladies of the church\, Thursday and each Thursday at I Mass Clewiston-9:00 a. m. lows:
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I THOMAS E. MARKETTE.City ,
sSfmday School-9:45 a. m. be present. II | 8:00 p. m. New music has been se- Mass, Pahokee-11:00 a. m. of Cltwlston, County of ,Hen'j'
11:00 !. cured and you will enjoy singing It.i -- dry, Florida, September 29, 1945. t
Worship- a
m.
*Scorning The Lake District Sunday School; Oct. 5, 12 & 19, 1945.
The R. A.'s will meet Thursday at II ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL
'Subject: "What Is Baptism? I meeting will be held Tuesday even-i i.'
7:30 p. m., at the church. The CHURCH ,
'Training Union-6:15 p. m. ing at Belle Glade Baptist Church!j'
Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. This will be the initial monthly| Sunbeams will meet Thursday at 1 Services every at 8:30a. NOTICE TO CHEIHTOUSInvF
3:30: p. m., at the church. The Sunday ot 11)25
'Subject: "What Is Forgiveness?" I meetings of this organization. Much!i I J. A.'s will meet at the church Friday -' m., at Ctewteton Community I .
Prayer Service, Wed.-8:00 p. m. good will be derived. All Sunday,i iI I IN THE COURT OF) THE COUNTY
'Subject: "The Book of Revelation, School officers and teachers and interested -i i church.afternoon at 3:30: p. m., at.the Church.THE REV. S. D. MASON. JUDGE, HENDRY COUNTY,

Q Lptet 3." I friends are cordially invited Priest m Cha'rse..x. 'I ,STATE OF FLORIDA.
I -
I I -- In re the Estate of:
Please Note:-The time of the to attend. Time, unless otherwise CLEWISTON COMMUNITY EDWARD STANLEY RICHMOND

Evening services changes this Sun- announced, will be a 8 p. m. .... .. .. .... ....... .. .. Deceased.
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CHURCH << : :--: : : :--: : :--: :+: :,... : ..) To all Creditors, Legatees, Distributees -
c ay" All evening services of the The I-J Bible Club will meet Wednesday -' David |p. ''Hancock, Minister I and all Persons having Claims or t< .
Church will begin at 7:30 p. m., unless afternoon right after school Demands against said, Estate:
You, and ,
each of you are hereby
otherwise stated. Training Un- Sit the Baptist Church. All boys and I SUNDAY, OCT. 7, 1945 Too Late To ClassifyBy notified and required to present any

}jon begins at 6:15 p. m. girls of the community are Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. claims either of and you demands, may have which against you,the or
Rev. J. D. Peebles"will be the guest I dially invited to attend. Ages cor-I E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes RUSSELL 'KAY estate of EDWARD STANLEY RICH-

Speaker this Sunday at both services.I I Choruses, Bible work, songs, : for all ages.Morning r MOND ty, Florida, deceased, to the, late Hon.of Hendry R. M. Harris Coun-,
Bis messages will be good. Hear I; stories are some of the features of Worship, 11:00 a .m. A County Judge of Hendry County, at
Tell friends and 'I :eeX.x e.eo his office In the County Court House In
Slim. I the program. your nursery for small children is con- LaBelle, Hendry County, Florida within -
There is always a cordial welcome 'let us have a big crowd. Time, right ducted by the, Mothers' Club at the twelve months from the date hereof.
after school. Since the week of Oct. 1 to 8 Is Dated August 3, A. D. 1945.
and all of ourservices. Community Center. ,
Awaiting you at any ELBERT L. STEWART
National
Come with us this next We will continue our studies in I' The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup- Newspaper Week, I'd like Administrator of the Estate of .
to devote this column to the subject Edward Stanley Richmond,
.tt bday. the Book of Revelation this next per will be celebrated at this serv- Deceased.Tp .
Wednesday night at 8 p. m. Chapter ice. of newspapers and what they the Executor or Administrator:
The quarterly business meeting of mean to the community.Most The above notice must be published ':
three will be 'under discussion. Westminster Fellowship meeting, In a published in Hendry
"he church will be postponed one folks today are inclined to newspaper C.
6 00 County once a week for 8 weeks (9
Choir practice is being resumed : p. I
\?eak. m. take their such
.. newspapers for granted. publications) and the proof of
I They, expect to find it awaiting them I publication (which will be furnished
CLEWISTON METHODIST ;you by the paper) filed In this office.
when they arise in the morning or Aupf. 17, 24, 31, Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28, Oct.
}:":":": :":":": :":":":"r.x.--x.<<--:.:-:-'.+:":":":":.x..X":+)0-:+:": :--" CHURCHRev. I,6, 12.
at the door when they return from
'\". S. Bozeman, Minister
I (Continued on Page 7)
Until You Can Buy Acar
Church School-7:00 p. m. I -- NOTICE
Regular Worship:30 m.
p. I 1 NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO
The adult Bible class is taught by REGISTER .FICTITIOUS NAME: I THE UNDERSIGNED hereby give
NEW I notice of their intention to register
Fred Sikes. A cordially invitationis with the Clerk of the Circuit Court In
extended to all. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: and for Hendry, County Florida, the
Notice is hereby given that the un. of "THE SOUTH FLORIDA .1.
A special service will be held Sun- dersigned, under the provisions ol name "
CO. fictitious names
Take Good Care of YourPRESENT EQUIPMENT as a
day night concluding Founder's Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, I under'and in compliance with the
of 1941, will
register with the Clerkof Fictitious
and the
terms provisions of
Week for the Methodist Church. The the Circuit
Court, in and for Hen Name Statute of the State of Florida.
Rev. John M. Sikes from Dunnellon.I dry County, Florida, upon receipt oi fe
i I proof of publication of this notice, th ELMO B. BUSHNELL
: car Fla., has brought a very inspirational -I fictitious name, to-wit; PAULINE C. BUSHNELL.
message each evening during the I
past week. Sunday night the pastor

will use as ,a theme, "The Atomic

f. Bring it to us regularly for Power Approximately of God." fifty members will FLIGHT INSTRUCTION

be taken ,into the church and the or-

{ PROMPT EFFICIENT ECONOMICAL ganization of the Methodist Church Of All Kinds In Preparation For

1 will be completed.THE i J
I
I Private and Commercial j
Care and MaintenanceWASHING ,
CHURCH OF GOD /

Rev. R. R.. Holland, Pastor I PILOT'S LICENSES


and GREASING AAA REPRESENTATIVES Sunday School.-10:00: a. m. I Class Now Being Organized


l CHRISTIAN CHEVROLET Preaching-11:00 Evening Service-7:00 a. m.p. m. I I CHARLES W. MILLER

Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:00
ENROLL PHONE 146-J
NOW G7-R OR
/ 1 Ip. m. i .
PHONE 87 OLEWISTON, FLORIDA I L.W.W.B. Wednesday-3:00 p. m.

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t I called that are to sanctified be saints, with in ,Christ all that Jesus, in, i!1i.! Radio and Electric Service: I

of1 1
I every place call upon the name :
Jesus'Christ our Lord, both theirs

I Sleep Well when 1 and You ours.have a special invitation" to II :: Home and Auto Radio Parts and Tubes ::

attend one and all of these services. :'i':: For All Makes ..;..
I I Revival services at the Church !of I

i God each evening at 7:00 p. m. 2 .

'BlowsSEE j Come and bring a' friend with you. ..
the Wind I !
I j Old-time sinking and preaIhIng'l :: ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES :: (

I Special singing also. Evan-I Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures Wiring $
I gelist, Mrs. Evelyn Hardin of I :_:

,,, pano.October Revival 7Fellowship,,- begins Sunday night,I :I: WORK GUARANTEED :tALL ;:

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,I meeting ,of the Churches -I :: *
; GEO. WEAVER and T. J. CASON
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es of God, Okeechobee district. Con '.'
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BEARDSLEY INSURANCE I ;
Agency venes at Venus Church of God Mont -' '
i I :: Telephone 163 :::
day night, Oct. 8, at 715p. m. The s .s.
I -'-- Phone 66 27R2 speaker for this service will be Rev.R. I I.::: AUTHORIZED- DEALER FOR CLARION RADIOS .:.
or I R. Holland of the Clewiston I :bI :

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through 1 1946. ." -' for sugar-short world. .

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.. Every man is furnished, if he quiz answers offering ?

will heed it, with wisdom neces-' 1 The world is Foil of -
information

will sary not to steer look away hisxiwn from boat his, if own he SUNDAY Lesson silly rules, A NO TIlER on various subjects i .,

Conventions that hhhhhhhci- hhhhhhhhhhheohhhhhhhhhhhhhh ,
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see
By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. The Questions 8. In Homer's "Iliad" ,
:: his.-Emerson. Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. full of fl'a.\J3' a stentor
Released by Western Newspaper Union. 1. Who was Rameses II? was a herald who'shouted at the
''.' Faith is the substance of Instead of soaring; 2. Do elephants lie down when walls of Troy with the voice of
things hoped for, the evidence of lives how
through our they sleep? many men?
. things not seen.-Hebrews. Lesson for October 7
" in 3. Lentigo is another name for
We wallow
C; Never a tear bedims the eye j what? The Answers

t. that time and patience will not Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected -lot of 1' ..V3. b.R1cC 4. Aircraft is distinguished by 1. Pharaoh of Egypt, and ,the

"!; dry; Never a lip is curved with Council of Religious Education; used by "" e the "weft" method. What does richest man that ever lived. '

1" pain that can't be kissed into I permission. weft mean? 2. No, they kneel down.

smiles again.-Bret Harte. I LOVE FOE GOD AND LOVE FORMAN 5. Sterling silver is approxi- 3., Freckles.

; The prosperity which some I mately what part pure silver? 40 Wings, engine, fuselage and

"I welcome as an unmixed favor 0WNU 6. Where was Benjamin Frank- tai).

;::. may far more rightly be regarded LESSON TEXT Luke 102537. lin born? 5. About eleven-twelfths.
as an intense form of GOLDEN TEXT-Thou shalt love the Lord 7. Chile stretches along the west 6. Boston, Mass. -
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thy God with all heart, and with all'thy
thy
coast of South America for how
7. For
2,600 miles.
test. Spurgeon.QJomeMA. '
mind
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Features.
" Luke 10:27. many miles? 8. Fifty.


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"What shall I do?" The questionof c
c.r..
, I the lawyer in our lesson is a CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT Cover Lamp Shades I ;

query which is on the lips or in the With CrochetT rem Way'to
Jiffy
: minds of millions of men and wom-

i' en each day. They want to d"o right relieve stuffiness, invite

and want to be right, but their
" lives lack the direction which only HOME FURNISHINGS & APPLI. SIeeMP1

faith in Buttonhole Worker-Brand New-Sio.75
God them.
can give
r' Spice bags give a faint, enticing M.. 0.). Instruc. for Singer Sewing :Mach.
Never does the question go more Specify side or back attachment screw.
flavor to certain and stews. if
soups deeply than when,it.concerns man's Federal Mdse. Co., Box! 7506, Phila.1,Pa. nose fills up nw DR01'
::' To make one, mix three sprigs of
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... eternal welfare, as' it does in our
six whole cloves
parsley, one bay
leaf and a little thyme, and tie lesson. Always that question in- MISCELLANEOUSColored 1'//q4/J";

'.o' them loosely in a small square of dicates that man is not able to decide Folks Attention! Your dreams can
,; true. Over 10,000 colored men and
and come
for himself
needs the
,'. white cheesecloth. Drop the bag guid- women now enjoy beautiful straight hair. It's wonderful how a little Vatronolup ;
into the cooking mixture. ance of someone greater and wiser Guaranteed results. For information writeP. each nostril relieves stuffy transient
than O. Box 1331 San FrancIsco Calif. congestion. If need relief tonight
he. This should lead us backto you
-e- try it! Follow directions in package.
I God
for He
only can fully answerit.
When hanging hose on an out-
SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC. 'VICKS VilYROHOI.liJeU '
door line drop two marbles
one or
The story of the Good Samaritantell i
1044-45 CROP
SEEDS-
into the toe of the and it
stocking us what we must do to show our Cabbage, Carrots, Onions, Pepper and
- will not blow and wrap around the Tomato Seeds. Write for prices Warren 4
' line. love for God and man, and gives a Seed & Plant Co.. Carrizo: Sprints, Texas. t t '
demonstration of how it is to be 734
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done.I. MRLONSIR

Chocolate used in cooked or un- Read the Ads 25'
What to Do (vv. 25-28). TONIC
cooked frosting should be cooled AMP shades shabby? Can't find
The lawyer ( student of the law
after it is melted. Otherwise it a
.,' .. of Moses the right size or color? Covera
and hence
a theologian
may thin.cause the frosting to becometoo rather than an attorney) was pos- shade, new or old, paper or silk, READ THE ADS
crochet in chenille straw
-.- ing a question to try to entrap Jesus. with or

. 'He was apparently not much con- yarn.
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Give the oilcloth kitchen *
onyour cerned about eternal life and as- Solve your lamp shade problems witha
, table a coat of paste wax and then
sumed that it could be obtained by t. simple crocheted cover for your shade.; fte WONDER FOOD.
: polish. Protects it from food stain. Pattern 734 contains crochet directions for
doing
something.
2 lamp shades.
o'. We know that eternal e is a gift Due to an unusually large demand and ,

(John 1:12; Rom. 6:23): but if the takelId ENEROY TONIC current conditions, slightly more time is Now!-a balanced diet for' r i t '
man wanted to have it by doing, required in filling orders for a few of the canaries-all in one package.
Jesus Scott's Emulsion helps tone up thesystem most popular pattern numbers. Simplifies bird feeding.
't was ready to meet him. In cage
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response to Jesus' question (v. 26), resistance when you feel"dragged complete food. See for yourself *
the lawyer Him what the Jews out"and rundown-and diet
aItttt'.f gave your Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. how it stimulates songvigor -
.:,;, regarded as the summary of the t:l lacks the natural A&D Vitamins 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, HI. brilliant plumage, easy\ s
and the natural
energy-building
''. whole law. oils need. Remember-man Enclose 16 cents for PatternNo moulting, fertile hatchable'
: RUBBER II you eggs. Try PETAMINE.
The man who can perfectly keep, doctors recommend good-tasting
Scott's. Buy today-all druggists.DOLT .
that law will have eternal life, de-
;>- Name
.
'.; clares Jesus. But note that you must

.' do it, not just talk. .about it. And -I Address DOscmu
Now it can be told Workers KtltOtJ UD CO.. Dipt.W. Mltatlit I.
you must keep the whole law, "for
.
,:> proudly tell of their sabotage
whosoever shall keep the whole law, -------
work when rubber plants in .
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and yet stumble in one point he is

.- trol.France They were spread under' sodpstoneon Nazi con- become guilty" all" -Janies; 2:10, r I

.},...' tire.on the Finished plies'as product they built looked a R.V.Observe; see that'the also Gal.commandment 3:10): FEEL WElL! iL5. = HEATER


1' perfect, but in use plies so highly commended by our Lord, Heats All Day and Night Without Refueling
< would break leaving the concerns a true love for God which It may be due to unelimi-
Nazis fiat."Robber .
shows in an active love for one's
nated waste matter UNi"
IINEll4 f i
made in the U. S. A."has fellowman. Exclusive r

been developed to such a high Love is the only thing that can in your system ,
.
.. degree that the war-born synthetic save our bruised and bleeding Patented
rubber industry will probably con- world. How sad it is that in such Onellmlnated waste matter may cause no y
tinue long after the war. symptoms,for a long time, but unless
an hour of need there is so little relieved when necessary, can finally Impair Interior II6LConstructionn

As of December 31, 1944, the said in the church about love andit the health This condition often

; average age of all passengercars is practiced even less. It is the causes loss of appetite, heavily coated
on the road was seven forgotten fundamental of all the tongue tired rundown reeling,mental
depression headaches, dizziness, anemia, ,
years. fundamentals of faith! Let us beginto gas formation acid Indigestion and skin pa SYA\. S
preach it and practice it! eruptions ad Can d 4n. n P ;
10 Name{;:;. S !
# II. How to Do It (vv. 29-37)). No 'matter bow many other medlclnea u.s.Ii c..I'. Oif
you have tried for the relief of these conditions -
It is one thing to realize that one due to unellmlnated waste mat- Bann MODE1520 MODEL420 : '

" ought to do a thing; it is quite another ter in your system, we urge you to try !

..,", 2h" ?<' '? .l' l.1V :rgY % thing to do it. Here we" have B-L PREPARATION with the understanding Nearly a MILLION In Use !
; ::& % t:: >tJf 92 j what may have been an actual inci- that B-L PREPARATION must bring -
; you excellent results or your money
) fik dent given by our Lord as an object back.Try a bottle of B-L PREPARATIONand 54\; If you need a new heating stove, now is the time

t w.M.r."J11: lesson of the right and the wrong see If you don't feel like a new per- I to see your dealer and inspect the famous WARM:

l.r attitude toward a fellowman in son. Caution: Use only as directed. MORNING Coal Heater. WARM MORNING is

t t.l need. the coal heater with amazing, patented, interior construc-

.l B.1F.Go@drieh 1. The Wrong Attitude (vv. 29-32). ? tion principles. Heats all day and all night without refueling.

The lawyer's effort to justify him- WIvSu/ Holds fire several days on closed draft. Your home is Warm

self by diverting attention to the t rei Miiot ACRES AID run IF every Morning regardless of the weather.
word "neighbor," which he felt RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

.; needed definition, showed that he HOLDS 100 LBS. OF COAL
could not do the thing expected of
t, him.The 1;}1Qt .' s ,Requires no special diet. Burns any kind of coal,

reason for man's failure lies ;. coke or briquets. Semi-automatic, magazine feed.

primarily in his own weaknessand r t Start a fire but once a year.

.
"-. inability to do what God requires SEE YOUR DEALER-and have him show you the remarkable feature

r' but is also revealed in his of this distinctly 'different coal heater, that outsells all others. \
Keep Posted on Values pitiable and futile efforts to justify
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By Reading the Ads The one who seeing his sinfulnessand *WTIfll: USE OUT AS DlltCUD
his utter IT(II COOD DDOt STem it IT Mill.nul,1 il jrlciMcuiL "
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not co. jienoiiuiE 4, ILOIIDIFOR
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T. emulsion concentrate less had plenty of excuses for not

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tr \ dilutes 13 to 1 with water. may count with men, mean only to relieve MONTHLY '
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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER-,5.. 1945' 1 i

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The High School Tigers began, : Sgt: A. W. Sias has wound up his Jim Fielder received word yesterday Jacksonville and are awaiting .dis-

The Clewiston News I' their football season last Friday: duties as a mailman' for Uncle Sam that his brother, Capt. Jess I charge from the Navy Sea-Bees_ at J

night with a hard-fought battle with and' is.M1 Camp Blanding this, week Fielder, had arrived in the USA and the Separation Center there. Dick ')
I which won by a single for his'"discharge. This should come wired from I '
Friday In Clewlston, LaBelle Boston that he'd be see- and Wilbur had a leave :not too: long- J
Published' every
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS. touchdown margin. Tonight they through in a few days but 'don't expect Ing everyone In a few days.: He ago and had hardly got back across j
. Tnc. play; St. Ann's and hope to' add to see 'Si back inhis official capacity has been overseas for three and a the Pacific when the war ended.. Not j

another victory but they'll he without ,as Clewiston ,postmaster for a half years., Sgt Roy Waldron has so with Skeet who is back for' the-

Entered as second class mall matter the services of James Simms who little 'while. He's going to swear off served under Capt." Fielder durIng first time since he checked out west- jl

February Clewlston,1,Florida 1927 at, under the Post the Office Act of In broke a collarbone In the final quar- putting up letters 'until November 1. most of the -war and we hope that ward 'to the South Seas. Welcome

March 3, 189T. ter of last Friday night's game and he also maybe back' on the home I home boys! We should add, too, that '
will be out of the line-up most of Gus L, Cantrell, Jr., Y 2/c, wrote soil. I a'couPle of wives made all haste to'

SETTLE:, Publisher the season after an impressive start. to his parents this week from Samarin buy tickets for Jax when the news
CARR
the Gus, who has
1 Philippines.
A change of address this week for came.
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Subscription Rale-y.2.50 Per Tear I Most sports fans are listening I Ir been in the Navy for three years, had S 1/c Harvard Burke who is now

Advertising Rates On Application. World Series this week been requesting sea duty since his working in the
I avidly to the i iI Navy Separation Cen- JfRS.: JOHX HALE HONORED -i
I which goes to the third game today : enlistment but only recently was allowed ter at the Jacksonville Naval Air WITH SURPRISE 'PARTY -1
-.Ie with Chicago and Detroit having one to see a little of the world. Base. .
Devoted to the advancement and wel- He ,was stationed ,in Jacksonville,
each. Chicago's of *
I win stampede Mr. and
Mrs.
Robert R. Queriot
and Hendrv. Omity
fare of Clewlston : ,
then transferred to California, from
the Tigers on Wednesday almost Bill Hooks was over from LaBelle were hosts at a surprise dinner party
there to Honolulu and eventually
made everyone lose interest but this week visiting friends and gloat- Tuesday night at the Canebrake
landed at Samar after at
Greenberg's bat the Tigers stop-overs
Hank put
honoring Mrs. John Hale. Guests
NAT! L DnORAL! back in _the running yesterday and Wake and Guam. :Gus is still hand- ing over a discharge button after I included Mr. and Mrs. Judson
ling personnel work in the office and several years in service. I
it's anybody's today. We'regoing
SSOCIATKDtW guess Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston
out on a limb to pick the CubsIn although he says "there is'no place '. and Robert Hanson.

six games. like Clewiston" it would appear from Dick Hooks, Skeet Weaver and I
the pictures of the hula girls he sent
--- Wilbur Goff have all arrived in IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
home that whoever writes those south i ;
Local duck hunters are beginning I
sea Island movie scripts have
may ----------
to lick their chops in anticipation of -

On The HouseBy I an extraordinarily good duck season something. :"-.- -' .-- ',.. :'. '.. .
\ this fall. The hurricane brought I II
Surely looks good to see Ed Ward
'' a lot of rain and plenty of ponds
'D. C. S. I
and Ed Clark back at their desks in
which will certainly not dry up be-
the U. S. Sugar Corporation's office
One of the members of the Clew- fore the duck season opens and indications -:
and in civilian clothes. Slowly but
iston school faculty asked us :yesterday are that there'll be plenty II I
MIRRAPIANOS
surely Clewiston's men who servedare '
if we wouldn't publish the article of ducks. We were down the Ca- '
returning to a normal way of liv- :
which appeared in this month'sReader's loosahatchee near Ortona a few :
ing and it can't be too soon to suitus.
Digest entitled "Teacher's days back and saw a bunch of teal, "
Florine, wife of the latter nam- -a--"
Pay-A National Disgrace" by Robert the earliest we've ever seen them : :
ed Ed, is also back at a desk 'with "* 'T.i"Select )
Littell. here. This points to a cold winterin the

We can't publish the entire article the north and a big duck and company. I
*
an(1"
but we can call attention to the ar- I tourist migration to Florida this one of our'fine upright or MirrApianos give
Sgt. Charles Roberts was sched-
ticle and urge everyone who possibly winter. uled to have left France on September your young people the opportunity: to study music in
can obtain a copy of the magazineto 25 for the USA ''after 31 months

readmit. Some very astounding Charles has been in service the home. They will enjoy more of the home and
figures are given and the article ,-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:..:-:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:-:..:.. overseas.
starts off by stating that Flint, time for 40 had months a furlough.and has He never has in served that family circle life. Instead of their being a problem to

Mich., pays garbage collectors four with an Engineer unit responsible for the parents, in due time they become the family pride.
hundred dollars a year m"ore to start With
running a pipeline into Germany.
than they do their teachers _and in You,are invited to inspect our instruments. Our terms _
Salt Lake City the dogcatcher makes
Cpl. M. C. Doke returned home
.
$10,000 a year on a contract basis i' |L Our I Thursday after 18 months services make it easy for you to own one. A
while the highest wage a teachercan Boys '
in
overseas the European Theatre cf
aspire to there is $2,724.00 :
ever '
Operations attached to hospital ; '
a '
'
. after"-sixteen years of teaching. In f unit. Welcome home to ; : .
"Mosey"and :
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another school with community less than the eighth janitor grade of a in theSerYlce. we hope its for good. ; : ,, ; : ".; ; ".

education draws as much as teachers y .:..

'in the school with university 1::N:H...:N.NINON NININ... :N N..:.I:NIN. :N:M:NINIM. :11.N:..:
degrees. BRUBAKER MUSIC CO.

Despite the low pay received by Remember When ?---
most teachers most of them stayed
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with it pretty well until the war .:-:..:..:....:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..: H-<..:....:-: By Frances Nail
came along and higher prices forced 206 Datura, West Palm Beach

them to take more :remunerativejobs. Robert B. Archer, among the first ININININININ. . .N:N:N.N:N:N:H.N.N:N:N.N:N:N:N:N:N.NON. .. '1
'Now the shortage is being felt
young men-1 sent into service from ,
in vacancies in most schools! ---
faculty Hendry County under selective service -I (Taken from the files of the Clew- "
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of..the'Oll" country,., Worse still the
I
small :salaries offer' incentive to I returned".to, the States* last month I is ton News October, 1928.)
and was expecting discharge on ,
:young peopl ,.to train for the pro-I I The Clewiston Community Churchwas
Thursday of this week. If this discharge -
fession and as a result the edu- ;
dedicated Sunday October 7.
on
comes through he will be BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
cational standards of the nation are'
'
Centered the front is
home in a few days.: He was train on page a
headed for some rough usage in the picture of B. G. Dahlberg, president 7:00 TO 9:30 A. 1\1. 12:00 TO 2:00 P. M. 6:30 TO 8:30 P. M.
ed as member of a 16" gun crew in..
;years ahead. |I, heavy artillery and was later trans of the Southern Sugar Company,
It seems that the taxpayers want
who receipt of information
ferred to communications for front upon
the finest teachers obtainable yet !: line duty. He served In Africa, Sicily concerning the storm damage east of

want them to serve for much less and Italy, was wounded in France I here immediately offered to advance CLEWISTON] INN r.
than would be paid to most salaried from $1,000,000 to $2,000,000 to the
workers. It behooves all of us to and hospitalized for two months before Florida .. "
state of to build a protectingdike ...; '.
read this Digest article'and wake up. his transfer to Corsica. around Lake Okeechobee. :,:. DINE AT THE INN

--- ------------------ With the arrival of 50 tents from

I Red Cross headquarters in West FOR GOOD FOOD
I Palm Beach steps were taken by the

f.'NS D local Red Cross workers for the removal -

GOOD t4 Y of refugees, both white 'and Steaks Fish Fresh VegetablesMeet
negro from company quarters to a

temporary tent city opposite Avant's

tot place on a plot loaned by the Clew-


o'1nu.\\SOur iston A column Company.containing a little of Your Friends In Our

.
OO this and a smattering of that has this J.
,.
bon mot, "If we had all the trouble

some of the northern papers claim, COCKTAIL LOUNGE '

Floridians would leave the state

overnight."

The Clewiston Inn advertises that
with the exception of a few eating Open 11:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M. 4:00 P. M.

places in Louisiana the' Inn is the
To 12:00
only hotel in the South which serves

French Drip Coffee as well as Max-

well House American coffee.
.
The Claude Downs entertained the --

A.s Saturday night bridge club at the

Watanabe Hotel. Guests were Mrs.R. .

L. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- S P. ssFCTV ti0
liam Cecil Owen, Mr. and Mrs J. E. h' 1 O INVESTMENT OF YOUF (

Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. Dick C. N yy

Miller Mr. Mrs. C. A. Jacksonand
and
Service Department has been expanded .
T. V. Watson.
several new Ford mechanics have been pG, soots
expert employed -
H.
Leslie
Even then Chief Quiggof 9
; service facilities enlarged and improved ; ; ; :Miami was' in the news and is still f COPQO

to give you quicker and better service. going strong today after seventeen

years. An item with a Miami date-
I
line tells of the trial of a woman
LARGER STOCK OF accused of shooting, fatally, Quigg's fl savings 7

Our stock of Genuine MADE RIGHT FIT RIGHT secretary. III
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Ford Parts has been increasedto LAST LONGER The future of Clewiston has never, ,

insure having the part you to my knowledge, looked brighter tm.'u'.1 account is r
than it does at the present time and
need when you need it! And, of course, you know
Genuine Ford Parts are best for your car because the editorial "Clewiston Needs" indicates / 0 s 1

they're made right. fit right. last longer. that from her birth the new personalpreparedness
sugar bowl of the nation has prom-

ised much to those with faith in her.
BRING YOUR FORD This editorial is clamoring for ad-

"BACK HOME" FOR SERVICEIt I ditional hotel space for already \"O
armies of workers were arriving and

will pay you to bring your Ford "back home" to us daily managers of' hotels were turn- against

for service. We know your Ford best and give you ing away guests. Some of the new

better service for it so you will get more service from it. arrivals were to work: in the new
mill which was expected to grow in- JJJJf the future. \ ;

to a 7,500-ton a day mill from the ,

then 1,500 tons per day capacity. ..

Hendry County MotorsClewis Predictions are, plentiful that Clew-

iston will double her population in Clewiston Federal Savings and Loan
five years. Miami may not have to

Phone 93 look to her laurels for a while but Association
Clewiston is forging ahead steadily.

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j ;(<+:... .;-:-:.;..;--x-::+x-XK' Ironing DoneSee
returned to Clewiston. Edwin is : on i ? Mrs

the proud possessor of an honorable two houses. Mrs. E. A.
] Akin
| at Line.
County
lit discharge and is back 'at his desk at .

1,1 TERSONALcmd SOCIETY II the United office. States Sugar. Corporation ', Stone; 372 N. Cleveland.. :. ., "" 1 tpj
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: r,. Miss' Virginia Obannon and 1\lrs.

......_. .'--"I.. ,. .. .............:w_. .....!..! .. .Mo......! -- oJ 'I Gladys Johnson spent the 'week-end. FOR RENT Vacuum FOR SALE: Field Office
C P w - - - - - - at West Palm Beach. They were :

Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hager have returned I Mrs. F. E. Chalker is returning 1 deep sea fishing' off the coast Sun- I cleaner bv the hour Building i nd Pipe House
,' from a week's visit in Miami. I this week from a stay of several day as were \11' and Mrs. B. B. ,
J r _____ I months i in South Gate,. California. Wilson, who were also .week endingon once a week. Inquire -Phone I 70..J, Clewiston.
Mrs. Elthea Elmore visited friendsin the coast.
Alva Wednesday afternoon. I Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Small have News office. 1 tc 1 Itc

been spending the week in' Fort Mrs. O. F. Schiffli ,and sons, Dick
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Thomas M. Waldron visited in Myers.Mr. and Johnnie, were recent guests of
Jacksonville several days this week. the H. A. Beslois. The Schifflis FOR SALE: House trailer FOR SALE: ,, 18 foot
I and Mrs. Thomas E. Mar-
I have just returned from Highlands
Miss Renee Wethington returned kette returned Saturday from a two North Carolina, and their summer and furnishings open type fishing boat

Tuesday from several days visit in weeks :visit at Fort Myers Beach. home there. They are making ,their with Phone
$350. See W. J. Strick canopy.
Miami. home this winter in Miami as Nick

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson were Schiffli is stationed there. land Moore Haven. 1 1 170-J, Clewiston. t Itc
i Jim Anderson of the Kerby visiting in West Palm Beach Satur- Itp

I 'Saunders Company is leaving this day afternoon.Mr. Mrs. R. R.' Hooks left Friday for

week-end for New York City. Jacksonville to join her husband,
and Mrs. C. A. Driggers and who has just returned from his sec- .
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Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Farrell of Ted Wayne spent Wednesday in ond hitch overseas, with the 15th -III!

Atlanta are the guests of Mr. and Fort Myers. Naval Construction Battalion. Dickis

Mrs. A. J. Manning.. accompanied by.Wilbur Goff and
,'-' Mrs. H. C. Avant and- Mrs. Frank both are seeking separation from the ALDERMAN and WRIGHT
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Nash have Cox were shopping in West Palm Navy.

purchased the home owned by Dr. and Beach Monday.Mr. .
Mrs. W. L. Lott. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith of Chi- Furniture CompanyWE
I and Mrs. G. L. Cantrell, Sr., cago'are vacationing at the Clewis-

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turner of were shopping in West Palm Beach ton Inn. The Smith's were here for
Tampa spent the week-end here Thursday.Mrs. the winter season several years ago ARE RECEIVING NEW SHIPMENTS OF HIGH

visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling. and were so charmed with the QUALITY FURNITURE REGULARLY AND INVITE YOUR
Sam Lang and Charles atmosphere of the Inn and the peace
: Mr. and Mrs R. C. Nowling were Trenary were Saturday visitors in and quiet of the town that they are PERIODIC VISITS TO OUR DISPLAY ROOM IN THE

recent guests of Mrs. Nowliug's par- West Palm Beach. I back with us. HAY BUILDING
ents, :Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Osteen.

Mr. and Mrs.. William Collier of D. G. Alston, T. C. Musgrave, C.
.. C. V.' Parkinson returned Sunday Miami are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Nielson and W. N. Martin are go- Place your order now for new General Electric Appliances
from a.vaca ion visit of a few weeksin A. Martinez. The'CoJIlers .are former ing to Miami tonight to attend the I
North Carolina. Clewiston residents.Mr. Georgia-University of Miami foot-

ball game. ii
:Miss Estelena Heusted spent the and Mrs. A. 0., Ward visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bretton left --

week-end at her home in Fort Grace, who is, attending Rosarian Clewiston Tuesday to visit in Ar-
Myers. I Academy in West Palm Beach Sun cadia. He has recently received an .

I day. honorable discharge after a year's

Leroy Hansen, suffered a broken I duty in the ETO.
9). bone in his wrist in a fall at the Mrs. V. P. Ryan of Detroit, Mich.,

school grounds Thursday. I is the house guest of her daughter, I Miss Betsy Horne went to Miami M//1 ( AR1 YOUR STORE

Pat. Thursday Mrs. Ryan, Pat..and Beach last week-end to greet T/Sgt. THAT'S '
Norman Brinkley of Ohio spent Robert Ahern visited in Sarasota.Mr. I Jacob A. Larsen his 'return from -- j.
the week-end as the guest of Mr. I II I[ three years in the ETO. He was -, /; '
; and Mrs. Mark Kennon. I and Mrs. Van Bush of Fort i![ wearing the ETO ribbon with eight '

Lauderdale were the week-end i campaign stars the good conduct
Miss Louise Roath and Miss r guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Ether- medal and the discharge gold eagle.

Lorraine Worth were visitors in ton. Sgt. Larsen 'was en route to his
Belle Glade Wednesday afternoon.Mr. s I.--=-. home and a visit with his parentsin
I.I I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McManus returned Evansville, Wisconsin. 'He served I Easy Terms on Purchases of $10 or More. I

and Mrs. Robert R. Queriot over the week-end from a overseas with the Twelfth TacticalAir
)' and Mrs. John Hale were visitors In 'visit with friends in Palm Beach Command.
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l F Plant City on Monday. I and Miami. I. MUS. BESTOR, ENTERTAINS Across FromPostoffice Fort Myers,
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.. Miss Gervis Hathcock and Mrs. WEDNESDAY BRIDGE CLUB
JMr. and Mrs J. 'S. Taylor left Florida
Carl Hathcock returned Saturday
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; Wednesday 'for a week's vacation on
i ""; :-'....*".the 1M-west-coast.1w .--. *- ,*-""' 3*'- '. ..light.... from a visit .with. .relatives in The Wednesday afternoon: bridge
Cairo! GeoVgTaT -' club met at the home. of Mrs. H. A. M -
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Bestor this week. High prize
.. Mrs. Paul Thompson left Tuesday score
;. for Durham, North Carolina, to attend Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Turner cf I was won by Mrs: W. C. Owen and {..J..t..J"J..!..J..I..M..:..I..t..:..I..J..M..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:.:..:.:..:
.' LaBelle were dinner guests of Mr. second high by Mrs. N. V. S. Mum-
the funeral of a nephew there.
and Mrs. J. M. Harris here Wed- jellied
ford fruit salad, cheese
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nesday evening. crackers and coffee was served to NOTICE i
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. McLeod left
Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. C. J. Niel- I
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f, Friday, for North Carolina, where '
Mr. and Mrs.. James Walker of
son; Mrs. J. E. :Beardsley: Mrs. C. H.
; they will spend a vacation in the Miami visited Mrs. Walker's family Berner,' Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. :!: OCCUPATIONAL LICENSESAnd .::

:: mountains. here Monday. She is the former .Deane Duff, Mrs. Owen and \ F'I: ':
(, Miss Janice Wynn. 1\I mford. '
.. : :: DOG LICENSES :!:

i/: Mrs. Bill Nychyk left Wednesdayfor CARD OF THANKSWe : .
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'- Tyler, Texas, where she will :: .
.-,,; : join : DUE AND PAYABLE: OCTOBER 1, 1945 ,
her! husband T/5 Bill Nychyk, who '
"",' wish to express our heartfelt
,
is! stationed there. thanks for the many expressions of
t: R. Y. PATTERSON ::
sympathy and the floral offerings
,.,.., ", n __ Miss Betty Slough and :Miss received during our recent bereave- ::: City Tax Collector ::

,' ,. Dorothy Sealey were in West Palm ment. . : . .. .
:Matinee 3:30: p.m. Nite .-9 p.m. Beach Miss :" :":i":":i":":":":'.:.,.:":.':N:":":":":":":N:-N.N:N:N:NN:N:NN, :..:..:N:NN:..:N:N:N\N:NN:N:N'.:N N
,:, -- recently visiting Slough'sfather The E. M. Cornette Family.
v.,.. Week Beginning October 7th Warrant Officer H. U. Stough, I ....
r" :who is stationed at Key West. BIRTH
t'' .'. Sun. & Mon., Oct. 7 & 8 ANNOUNCED 1Jj111/IIIllil'IIII-II1IWililllllliillIilllliIWII'illllIIl!pl/!,!!! ; !!,!: I :.!! !! !I!:!! I! !! ,!' !I ''!!! / I'!:!II'III!!!'!' ';iil;!:q!!;IIII!IIIII16!,!!!II''IIIIul!:,! 'I;;!IUup!ll'lplIIIPIINII! I ll''!l I'II'iIIHII'1lIilIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllljillillllltii il' '( 'I I:b:!! ,! !! ':,! !!:!' !''1

'i/' ". .. .' returned Mr. and from.1Iorton's Mrs; E. M. Cornette have Sgt. and Mrs Ober L. Baird are -. mJll :IIIIIillillliIiI!!!':!! !: IIIII'lililIIIIIIIIIlilllllli1lflIIIIiil'lilII I'' I,! '! !!!!!:!!, ;;'!! 'ICI!I!:ill:'!! !':IIII'I!:I II!',Ji'i:1:1'liiliiiIWIIJi:1l1111111111Iiillilij1I1iWIIWtlilIW:::'!6;!':II i:,'Ill'!I,'.:':!!I; : I' : I!I;;!!''I IINI: lldIIlI:! :!! IIh'I'FJI (! '!:':' SL
TECHN/COICRI/ I Gap, Ky.
the proud parents of a daughter,
t. 1iio' I where they were called recently by IM
A JD PNDNiiac I Barbara Loiine born on September --- =
the death of Mrs. Cornette's father -I = === =-= -=-=
30. She weighed six pounds and = = -=- -=--
; ic I I H D. Ezell. ounces. II = =-
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1 j wtlh I '__ ._ GIDDENS !
.-.'. -: Ere",a Keyej roil Slivers'Adele krgw- Mr and Mrs William Hooks of =
., :;,,: and CORNEL WILDE II LaBelle spent two days here this I ZILERS, LEAVE

ST: ;:., News-Wild Horse Hound up week visiting Mr Hook's sisterinlaw -, jL: FUR'NHTURE STORE
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Carl Ziler left
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Mrs. R. R Hooks. Bill has '
:': I ,I Clewiston today after a residence of
; & just received his honorable discharge.- '
Tues. Wed., Oct. 9 & 10"ROUGHLY three years, during which time he I Bond Street Clewiston Fla. f"r
;:: SI'EAKING"Rosalind was associated with Riddle Field. ,
Mrs. J K. Weaver left
lo
Tuesday I
fJ" Russell Jack Carson They plan to visit in New York state ..
meet Jimmy in Jacksonville. He "
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t .. Cartoon-- :with the family of Mrs. Ziler and
.: has been overseas with the -- -.
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Navy's: =.
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will then'drive -- -
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on rI -==-= -=-
Sea-Bees for over thirty-two months i -- -
Thurs. & Fri., Oct. 11 & 12 California. Mrs. Ziler taught in the =. I-- .
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and was active in the local -= .
Roberta Spicer, Miss Laura, -= =-- =-:0I =-
'Girl Scout movement.
) !1.M DAL Bailey and Miss Florence Grahamare The Zil-
community spirit of the
FOR BENNY"News j jD0ro spending this week-end in Pa- ers will be missed and our best ; = Our greatest desire is for satisfiedCustomers
hokee with Miss Graham's ,''sister,, wishes for good luck accompany I ; [
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,"" # OLR de CORDOVA, six Mrs. W. M. Johnson. them to their new home. }

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Mrs, Manning Keen and Mrs. Ray. LOST: Pair Tortoise The finest in all makes of furniture i "
mond Taylor of Pahokee were the I I
x -Atomic Bomb On Nagasaki I guests of Mrs. S. P. Slonaker Tues. rimmed Classes. Ii !
1: day. Re"'j scan be expected from us on the L 4t

Saturday, October ward. If found .
13th I -- I
,>". Sgt. A. W. 'Sias was here Thursdayen :, News office. 1 :t I= easiest terms \ .
1 : C'CIUGii11a PICiU&ES pruaala tp
; route to Camp Blanding for honorable
.. discharge. He will be homein ; I -
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I ,: a few days as Mr. Slas and will[ I -== }

I :':' f I I, resume his duties as Clewiston's IFOR SALE: 1937 Indian :.= .'lrlJ Vt, ? i =:'
postmaster. "
L I Motorcycle, fair t _

Ii I Cpl. and Mrs. G. M. Waters Jr, i' '
'i'j II Cartoon-"ZORRO" No. 9 and daughter, Margaret Ann, spen!r'[; 'I condition, good tires. Your patronage is appreciated i -

] two weeks here visiting relatives,, Will sell cheap. Jack ,
I Note; During School Daily
Cpl. Waters
Matinee at 3:45:: I(;, left here to visit was on in DeSoto furlough.City They and:l Herring, Clewiston, Flor-I .11I1.I\ 'l:,I"JlI_,:''i""'i!II':'Id! ''n!",''w I",!,Ill;'l!I,''' :" '.F'I','':", "'] I!' ,;,I': '::I,';'.'!l''''ul'I'1',",1,1, ";",:!':"::'': ::VIII, ':':!!I iil"""I pIli:"I Ilii !iI I Ih fJ);:: :,pii,;i!::,,i :;':' 7ji. =--.;.

,. (will continue on to Savannai Ga., I i'I ,;1'' II''" I ,I ,I ,' ''ii'' I ,:, ,: ,:,: ..11,': I, 1,11"/, '/ ,! ' ,!:'!/'[, <. :'!' IITII!
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Create Own Opportunity

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After trying in vain to get a ri.lJt.Y:1'

house, Brown set out one morning upDR SIIlYICEIBUREAU

with a find-a-housc-or-die look on A

his face. He wandered about all W EA OJV If one teaspoon of salt and one To remove fresh glue stains

day without being successful.:: : At teaspoon of sugar are added for wash them gently in warm water.If .

last his steps led him to the river. ,, each pound of butter when churn- the stains are old, sponge them
EDITOR'S NOTE: This newspaper, ing, the butter will stay fresh and 'with
"Ahl"! he raid, in utter despair, ARMY CRACKDOWNThe vinegar applied with a soft
"how tempting it looks!" through special arrangement with the sweet. The sugar does not taste cloth. When the stain disappears,
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is determined that returned Western Newspaper
army Washington Bureau of and is a preservative. rinse in clear
and water.
Suddenly he heard a splash, European war veterans shall Union at 1616 Eye Street, N. W., Washington warm

looking around, he saw his friend no longer appeal to congressmen or D. C., u able to bring readers this -' -eTo -

Green struggling in the water. men to hasten their discharge weekly column on problems of the veteran, Old burlap, folded into a pad, freshen vegetables, soak

Without attempting to save him, newspaper from the or to protest and serviceman and his family. Questions with pumice or scouring powder, them for an hour in cold water to L

he rushed off to the house agent. redeployment to army Japan for police may be addressed to the above Bureau will quickly give splendid resultsin which has been added the juice ofa 1
and they will be answered in a subsequent "
"Quick," he gasped. "Green has cleaning and smoothing metal lemon. '
duty. column. No replies can ba made direct parts of farm \
his equipment.
river. Can I have -
fallen in the Severe secret orders have just: by mail, but only in the column which

house?" been issued to this effect over the will appear in this newspaper regularly. -eA If cheese is wrapped in a cloth,

"Sorry, sir," said the house signature of Brig. Gen. A. M. Gur- kitchen papered with horizontal moistened in vinegar and placedin

agent. "I've already let it to the ney, chief of staff for Lt. Gen.Lloyd Veterans Bill of RightsIt stripes appears larger than it a covered dish, it will keep

man who pushed him in." R. Fredendall, commander of really is. moist for some time.

1 the 2nd army. The order, which has is virtually certain that this ,

been secretly circulated, reads: session of the congress will liberalize
: provisions of the G.I. Bill of NO ASPIRIN IS FASTERor
many
Have You Tried "Recently members of a division Rights, particularly since President J U fcr better. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin,
in the United States scheduled for world's largest seller at lOc. 100 tablets
Truman and the Veterans administration -
for 35c.Why pay more?Why ever accept
to the Pacific area
redeployment appealed -
PINEHURSTCIGARETTES have now given added impetus less? Always ask for St. Joseph Aspirin.
to the and radio pro
press to needed clarification and lib ,
testing against transfer of the division eralization.In e4
I
to the Pacific theater. .*
his message to the congress,
'Action of this nature, if concerted, .the President urged that prompt Modern Improvements

may subject participants to disciplinary consideration be given for more liberal Teacher When your parentswere
Made with Extract?
Gin-Seng action. .
hospitalization and veteranscare married they had to do with

fine Treat smoke-a yourself smooth to the,pleasure mellow,of mild this "Incidents such as noted in para more vocational training under out many things we have today.

arette-mads of selected tobaccos graph 3 above (the paragraph just the vocational rehabilitation act Can you name three of them? jti w--

especially blended to the popular Ameri- quoted)," continued the secret or- and to education and training under Little Girl Airplanes radios
can taste. PInehurst is truly one of
At rlcs's standard cigarettes-not a der, "will be dealt with drastically the serviceman's readjustment act and me.
shortage substitute-enjoyed for years: by this headquarters and the com-
by smokers who demand satisfactionfrom (G.!. bill). The President further Who Else?
their cigarettes., Flnehurst's exclusive mander concerned will be summarily urged more specific language for re-
Little Girl-Papa, what makes a man $
i4.F "
Patented Panax Process: employs relieved. the y A
employment of veterans under
extract of Gin-Seng root for modern always 'give a woman a diamond en .
moisture conditioning-tho only cigarette The division referred to probably selective service act, so there can be gagement ring?

The permitted use of Gin-Seng to do so.Extract' as a was the 95th, stationed .at no doubt about the right of a 'veteran Papa-The woman.

hygroscopic agent Is an exclusive, pat- Camp Shelby, Miss., which sent to get back his old job shouKl
ented process of this Company. The LongTand
mollifying: features of Gin-Seng Extract all sorts of appeals to newspapermen he desire it. : Short
may help to relieve try throat, cigarette and radio commentators The Veterans administration itself Joan-Does the newspaper give

cough smoking., and These other cigarettes Irritations: may be due found to against being: transferred from will take the lead and spearhead the any description, of .the missing

much more pleasant and safe for those Europe to Japan. Apparentlythe fight for these clarifying and lib cashier? MARY \
F 1 ;
with ordinary colds and other respiratory *
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difficulties such as hay fever protests worked for the order eralizing amendments and the ad- Jasper-Yes, he's about 6 feet

asthma, etc. to send the 95th to Japanwas ministration will have the backingof f tall and $70,000 short.It E MARTIN

such organizations as the Amer.. -
GET A CARTON DIRECT rescinded. ,"a Para
L1
If'your dealer cannot supply: Send $1.60 ican Bar association, the American is wise to consult an oculist star of 'True to is one Of the (

East of the Mississippi) ($1.65 West) for Institute of Banking, the American when you fall in love at first sight. mount pictute. ; weU- "i \
postpaid carton of 10 packs to: PRESIDENTIAL POKER wetl "
R. L SWAIN TOBACCO COMPANY, INC. Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Some people are like an echo; many gcoomoood stars .
informed .
Those who traveled with President Wars. powder.who
they with everything Tooth
Street agree you
Spring Danville. Virginia Calox
Truman on his various trips to At this time 22,349 veterans, out say. use & Robbins, Inc.. I. IJ.

Washington state and Potsdam of more than two million demobilize* McKesson

found him a delightful and entertaining thus far, are taking advantage of the Reducing TOOtH

companion. One story education features of the bill, of Brown-She looks as if she lives \ ) POWDER

i they.tell about Truman's trip to the rights. Some of the proposed off the fat of the land. I'I'dilox

I IIi northwest was regarding his salmon amendments would include "ade Black-She does. She works in a

fishing off the Washington coast. quate subsistence and travel allow turkish bath.

While the motor boat Was chugging ances for veterans taking intensive
'
back to shore, Truman and his refresher courses away from home;

i old senatorial friends, Gov. Mon permit instruction by correspond

I Wallgren and Sen. Warren Mag- ence, particularly from approved educational -

60.6% nuson of Washington, played poker. institutions which have not

The stakes were low but the thrifty hitherto conducted correspondence -It Wonderful flavor a if ,
of showed "
cases
Truman hard courses.
was trying to come
clinical improve
I ment after only 10 out ahead. It was agreed that, no Questions and Answers -

days with matter who was ahead, the game #
treatment ,Q.-My husbandwas given an lIJIPKRISPI
SORETONE in impartial, would stop the minute the boat hit

scientific test.SORETONE. shore.So honorable medical discharge ,
March 9, 19-13. At that time they
the President kept line of
up a
did not receive a discharge but-
banter to the Norwegian skipper.
ton. Where can he obtain one? ES

"Slow her down, Christiansen," Mrs. R. R., Marshalltown, Iowa. :
j Mads by McKesson i RobbIns d:
i he said, "I'm behind. I need a little

Sold with money-tick piaractes extra time to catch up." A.-At, probably any army at your separation local draft center 'r 1t9 "The Grains Are Great Foods" Jil!<<(!;p3t

500 and $1.00 Or again, it'was: "Speed her up, board, or one may be purchased at Kellogg's Rice Krispies equal the whole ripe grain
%;l in nearly all the protective food elements declared
Christiansen, I'm ahead now. Let's almost any army store. I t essential to human nutrition.

get to shore" before the governor Q.-Has an army officer the .

catches up. right to cut 'off the allotment to lf, -

Finally, the motor boat touched his wife and child without any

FLUSH KIDNEY URINE shore with the President of the reason? Has he no obligationto

Benefit wonderfully from famousdoctor's United States a few cents ahead. meet concerning his family? t

Skipper Christiansen was just as Wife, Stilacoom, Wash.
that relieves
discovery pleased as Truman. A.-Yes, he has the right to discontinue -

backache, run-down feeling due his allotment. He has the Nr aR MOMENTS vtfth

to excess acidity in the urine ARMY AND RAILROADSEven same obligations concerning his

family as other honorable hus-
any
the friends
People everywhere are finding amazingrelief army's on
from painful symptoms of bladder Capitol hill say the brass hats are band.
irritation caused by excess acidity in the Q.-I am making an application fees veready Btter'ies
urine. DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT killing any chance for public support -
acts fast on the kidneys to ease discomfortby they might have had by their for a one-ton truck. I havea
promoting the flow of urine. This pure farm of 200 acres and need a
herbal medicine is especially welcome autocratic disregard for civilian
where bladder irritation duo to excess needs in such fields as coal mining, truck very much. I am an honorably "A I'
acidity is responsible for "getting1 up atnights" discharged soldier, with
steelmaking and railroading.One .
A carefully blended combinationof
16 herbs roots, vegetables, balsam; Dr. two years service. I would like
of the busiest railroads in the
Kilmer's harsh, is c&tolately
contains owned
nothing to get a government -
non-habit forming. Just good ingredients country today is the Southern Pacific -
truck if possible. J. F., Sche-
that many people say have a which has handled most of the
marvelous effect. nectady, N. Y. kMr"r
Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY! east-west traffic to the busy port of
A.-If to -
you are referring a surplus
Like thousands of others you'll be glad San Francisco. The S. P. is a single-
that you did. Send name and address to war property truck, would sug- ". ,
Department A, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box track line able to carry its huge gest that contact local T b M k F
1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Sendat volume only by scheduling trams at you your
once. All druggists sell Swamp Root.A AAA county committee or your
10-minute intervals round the clock.In .
county agent for information where
order to maintain this schedule,
these surplus trucks are available
it requires a huge crew of crack
to from a bona fide dealer in your com-
trainmen, repair men and other
munity. You are entitled to an A-l
skilled workers. It has done
pretty priority without red tape if there
well even in the last year, although
fire surplus war trucks for sale at
there recent bottleneck .
was a near
any of. local dealers.
your
El Paso which resulted in the hold-
favorite household antiseptic dress Q.-I want to know if a man
of 75 trains.
ing and liniment for 98 years-Hanford's i ing up bat has been in the navy 16
BALSAM OF MYRRHI It contains Southern Pacific officials have
I mcmths, is 26 years old and hasa
soothing gums to relieve the scren ss and
ache of over-used and strained muscles. been begging the army to release wife and two children, will geta

Takes the sting: and itch out of burns, I skilled railroad men with the I discharge soon? Wife, Vida,
scalds, insect: bites oak and ivy poisoning 80 points required for discharge, or Okla.
wind and sun burn chafing and _
to furlough railroad in this
men
A.-Not necessarily. The navy
chapped skin. Its antiseptic action lesscos I
the danger of infection whenever the country with less points. man will be subject to the,discharge "This seat all right, sir?"

skin is cut or broken. Finally in mid-summer the army system of rating adopted by the 1 1No
bottle handy for the
Keep a minorcasualties a
of kitchen and nursery. At agreed to release 4,000 railroadmen -
your druggist-trial sue bottle 3S<; with 2,400'0 f them assigned to savy.Q..-I am a World War I vet- b "ease

household size fiSt; economy size $1.25. the S. P. But then the army began eran and have a job. Will I MORE NEED to accept substitutes a
a C. HANFORD MFG.CO, Syracuse. N.Y.
for fresh dated "Eveready"s ,
back its and have to job for ,
Sol makers of going on promise give up my a dealer ti
flashlight batteries! Your
said it could discharge only 1,300 veteran of World War H! ? Doesa : -i
y has ample supplies of these famous jre5
men. A few weeks ago, the army veteran of World War I haveas long-life batteries right >
i released 230 men to the Southern much right as a World WarII now-in the size you need. OEO6pT! 9er LONG lEXTRA

i Pacific and said no more were veteran? W. L., Mora, Minn. That's because-for the first O? BATTER

available. The joker is that 24,000 A.-If you are holding a job now time since Pearl Harbor-production ,,,,,,I + "II"' M4roYAlr'v,

men have gone into the armed which was given up by a veteran of is now adequate to take: care l

forces from the S. P. employmentroster. this war, then the honorably dis- of both military and civilian needs.

charged veteran of World War II So ask your dealer for frdfli,
OThe best placeto
SHOPPING has a right to that job back under dated "Eveready" flashlight bat-
start War
shop. Mobilizer
your Finally, Snyder selective teries with the famous dateline 9 j
the provisions of the serv-
ping tour is in
stepped in and forced the
14 favorite armyto ice act. A veteran of World War I that means full power, fresh
O U r your easy- release 4,000 railroad men, e1Q'J1JlonJ and dependable service.
chairwithanopennewspaper. amidst loud squawks from brass has all the rights of_a citizen of the

U. S. A. and as much right as a vet-
hats that this
Make habit of the advertise- action would destroy -
reading
a eran of this war except for the ex-

ments in this paper every week.'Theycan morale. I press benefits enacted for veteransof The word"Eveready"it a registered trademark National Carbon Company,Inc.
time, and
save
you energy money.
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS
:FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 105 PAGE SEVEN


couple of days ago there was a quarter of a century doesn't showan the comics"-"I feel as if I were saw-and almost felt-the differ

so-called rice riot in upper Hokkaido ability to prevent that or to find living in a continuous blackout" ence. Commuters fidgeted morningand

in proof of the fact that food is answers to the problems of the last Everywhere in'New York and its night, gazed blankly out of I

L It Seems To MeBy scarce in Japan and getting scarcer war's comparatively small post war sprawling metropolitan area you (Continued on Page 8)
all the time. Right now we'd like social upheaval. Let the veteransof

to make a prognostication that we this war do their own thinking, 1------------

11. Clark Bell do not let the Japs starve-or even their own stumping for legislationand
allow a reasonable facsimile. Amer- make their own mistakes. It'll

.. . that ever since Japan's capitulation ican food will be eaten by the Jap be cheaper in the long run.

we have been hearing civilians just as it is being ,eaten by
. the FBI is. assuming the GLADES MOTOR LINES
stories about the Jap food shortage the Germans; and Italians. Mark .
taken proportions if not the scope of some
attitude
and the hardboiled words. '
my of the late secret police forces of
toward it by the American occupation -

authorities and government. A . the contractor who said the Europe to erect and,Asia.at the It is small now price proposed of- "Serving The Glades"Schedules

only way to get houses built now $10,000 000 or more, a building
that all restrictions are to be lifted '
exclusively for it. The plea is that
) EASTER LILY BULBS this month Is to keep Chester Bowles : its 5,000 executives, agents, technicians Effective October 10th

4 to G inch $1.00 per dozen deliver from putting a ceiling on them, and other employes need the

ed. Smaller bulbs 50c per dozen. should have his head examined. I space for their laboratories, shoot-

Larger quantities less. Plant' up to quote: "If a ceiling price is estab- ing ranges, files, etc. That figuresout
Nov. 1. Sent by mall. lished, fewer homes will be built; if WESTBOUND
worth of
.to $2,000 space per
I MRS. I. S. HALL, Lake Placid Fin. there is no ceiling, builders will person. Slightly expensive.
pitch in, build thousands' of modern LEAVE ARRIVE

homes and sell them at prices the
buyers can afford to pay '% It Too Late To ClassifyContinued West Palm Beach Miami Clewiston Ft.I'ers

is assumed that the price a family 8:00 a. m. ,,8:00 a. m. 10:30 a. m. f2:39 p. m.

F. Deane Duff 'can afford to pay; for a house is a ( from Page 2) 10:50 a. m. 10:20.a. m. 1:20 p. m. 3:15 p. m.

.. fair price covering labor, materials 2:00 p. m. 2:00 p. m. 4:30 p. m. 6:25 p. m.
if
the
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE work in evening they are
BROKER and the contractor's profit. Itis also metropolitan dwellers. In smaller 8:00 p. m. 7:30 p. m. 10:30 p. m. 12:39 a. m.
assumed that a ceiling price will
t communities, the local weekly pa-
:t Glades, Dendry and Palm Beach guarantee the carpenter a fair wage,
County Lands for More Than the per fills a need In providing folks EASTBOUND
the lumber man a fair price and
23 Years with interesting items about local
contractor a fair profit. So what lathe
happenings, births, deaths, business
LEAVE ARRIVE
objection to a ceiling price arrived -
changes, markets and personals.It .
at by people experienced in
r took the recent newspaper strikein Fort l\Iyers ClcwlstoD West Palm Beach Miami
the differ-
building and adjusted to
ent material and labor costs of different New York to really bring home to 4:45 a. m. 6:44 a. m. 9:24 a. m. 9:18 a. m.

.' localities? The big trouble is us what newspapers mean to the 7:30 a. m. 9:15 a. m. 11:55 a. m. 12:25: p. m.
GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. American. In an interest-
'T' that to a lot of contractors the price average 1:30 p. m.- 3:15 p. m. 5:55 p. m. 5:49 p. m.
booklet entitled "City in the
ing
: Dark the Bureau of Advertisingof
i G. Nottingham, Agent got plus a mortgage that is still ,
the American Newspaper Pub-
Box 0527 standing when the roof falls in.
f r- lisher's Association tells the dra-
Clewiston FloridaJohnson's
matic story of public reaction as dis- Subject To Change Without Notice
. the three national conven-
: closed by an unbiased survey.
tions of Veterans organizations whichi
.... I i I will be held in the course of the New York's newspaper blackout
lasted from the morning of July 1
next eight weeks are, going to bring
to noon July 17 and during that
out a lot of high sounding phrases,
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period 13,000,000 readers went with- -- .
Fish CampNear noble ideals and glorious resolvesbut
Ii out newspapers. The only way a
( Hurricane Gate) they will NOT represent what paper could be obtained was by applying -
the veterans of this war are think- 'l
I I
Clewiston, Fla. for it at one of the newspaper I
ing The fact of the matter is that
Boats and l\Iotors-Gulde Service offices. Thousands of people stoodin
the VFW and the American Legionare
Rates ReasonableW. line for hours to buy a paper; one
dominant among such organizations -
l W. H. Johnson, Mgr. publisher reported a queue two or
L now and bid fairto continueso
three abreast 17 blocks long. Some WILLIAM'SSHOE ,
for a number of years although
I
came as far as 200 miles, waited two
I AMVETS; a strictly World War II

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:-:. product, looks as though it might hours or more to get their favorite
t.X: FORTAXICABS give both of them a race under newspaper. REPAIR
: guidanceBut the old guardof People fortunate enough to securea

I_*: :;: proper the VFW and AL are now in thedriver's paper shared it with their neighbors -
or sold it. In some instances
+ seat and are not disguisingtoo SHOP
: DAY AND NITE SERVICE 1
,, '. much their full intentions to papers sold for $1 ,a copy. Army
;!;: P-ONE '18 :;::1 I I remain there indefinitely. The and Navy hospitals sent trucks to

.... . ....... .... . . 'national officers of both organizations get papers for their wounded In-
1.NN. .-. .NNNNNN. . .N .NNNNNN. . .NNNMNI I mates. Counter sales at
I have all made it clear that newspaper

. '\ : they do' not believe World War II offices jumped from 246,114 on Men's Half Soles in LM Oak=-$1.50.Ladies' ... ., ><
July 2 to' 1,256,624 on, July 16. For
F vets _are capable of taking over the
FLOWERS I reins, or any appreciable part of the entire strike period a' total of Half Soles $1.00 '.:..'

them, at the present time. The latest 9,288,127 papers were sold over .the ,
Cut flowers for delivery here or remark to come to my attention is counter at a place of publication. Metal Plates lOc
for delivery anywhere In U. 8. II I The hundreds of thousands who
wire. that of D. G. Glascoff, American Men's Heels 60c Flat
by swarmed plants
Legion national adjutant; who has newspaper every

MRS. J.1.. FOUNTAINDay II expressed the opinion that the younger day were still only a small fractionof Ladie's Top Lifts and Rips ,., .

Phone 82 Night Phone 148-W men could be expected to ,assume the 13,000,000 readers of the

'.control of the organization within a affected papers. To find out just .. Depend on Size '. ,

few years. Which, to my mind, is how these folks felt, Fact Finders '." .

............-......-..........................-..............................-..r.................... a way of saying the present incumbents Associates, Inc., was commissionedto
1 i + do not want to give up interview a cross section of men _' I
:t: GUS L. CANTRELL, SR. :e. their powerful and lucrative offices!' and women on the streets of New

3 A;. Electrical Contractor .X: until all the veterans problems of York. 1,017 persons were inter- YOUR BUSINESS IS

y .1 I this!' war have been settled. "We viewed, 490 men and 527 women.

:f, P. O. BOX 1338 .i.: don't want you boys to be selling Sample expressions that came APPRECIATED \

.:. 323 Ventura Ave. :::I! apples on the, corners as we did," is from those interviewed were as fol-
.
:'. .-. -. . . "I feel lost"-"It
'I their Their record for the past Ipws: cuts you
.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.NH. .N.H.N.N.H.N.H.N.M.N.M I cry.
off from the world"-"You can't
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NORTH FRANCISCO AVENUE
losing money;, I can't ad-

vertise"-"I'm all mixed up on my

BECK MOTORS ration points because I can't get thepaper"

-"The whole family misses I I I

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Chrysler Plymouth Agency
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! Large Stock of Parts Now On Hand
CLEWISTONLOTS

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Completed 30-FOOT G. M. C. CATTLE TRUCK: 1
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George Beck, Owner & Manager VERY RAPIDLY IN THE MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA I I

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Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users UpwardbetterBUY

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,Rattler Killed In 136 Less Driver \ ; joyed a swim in the pool earlier in turn from Washington where ho | house naval affairs committee, Johnson
I the afternoon. : conferred witji navy officials and said that in addition to retention -
_ Glades Courthouse Licenses Sold To ,; -- .., -'- ; members of the house naval affairs I of Jacksonville's expensive ..na-
VIIJGIXIA ANN CJODU'IX I committee.Basing ..
I val air station as a permanent base, ,
Deadline In 45 i OBSERVES SIXTH I11P.THDAY I his
information
Democrat) on a report -I stations In Pensacola, Miami and
Moore Haven I by John
-- L. Sullivan, assistant I Banana River will remain in full
A five-foot diamond-back rattle (Hendryounty News) ', Virginia Ann Godwin observed her secretary of the navy for air, to the operation.
vsnalre lost his head in search ofIearnhig sixth birthday: with a party Satur- 1- 1 I
when he crawled According to a report released by home her ,,... .
Wednesday day afternoon at the of - ----- M. r. .M.- ,
found County; Judge RM.. Harris. 'fuesday -! i-.A-" :'=-",""", -'-''' "
up the courthouse steps, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. -o..L-: I
total number of driver licenses -
the
=& screen slightly ajar and made his Godwin, on the government re'serva-
In Hen-
sold through Oct 1
way into the office of Mrs. Margaret tion. A color scheme of pink and FOR THEBEST
:'tt. Farnam, county superintendent. dry County was 2,165. green predominated. ..
Judge Harris .said that the total ,
"Mrs. E. P. Ewing, chairman of the Cake, ice cream, cookies and punch
number sold through Oct. 1 last year
bounty school board, was in the office were served. I II
totaled 2,301, or 136 less. There,I IN FOODS
at the time signing some checks applications for driver per-!! Guests 'included Gene Whidden,,
were no
and it was when she arose from her David McDuffie, Brenda Turner,,H I .
mils made in the two days following, i
chair and started to leave that sheSaw Christian ,
Chris Harriet Magill, Patsy
the snake. It has not been the deadline. I Elder, :Martha Jean Nowling, Bruce Try A Complete Dinner At
definitely established just what Mrs.
and Duane Waldron. Elsie Anderson
Ewing did but we have Mrs. YOUNG PEOPLE ATTENDCE I Jay Bartz, Marilyn Hancock,,
"Parnam's statement that she im- SERVICES SUNDAY Dorothy and Phillip Roland, Charles

ine'diately climbed upon the office Ii I I Twiddy, Jimmy Buchanan, Mitchell. l THE CANEBRAKE
:'desk rand shouted for help. There
I A group, of, young people of the I Wainwright and Lee Moorman.
in the courthouse'
\vas not a man :
Christian Endeavor of the Clewiston
'the time so a courier was dispatched CE'
Church attended the
Community
Vo: the school house and soon boys Florida To Get Four -
services and a social hour at the First 51.25 and Up
Arrived to exterminate the reptile.
Presbyterian Church in Fort Lau-,
The snake had quite a collection of Naval Establishments
derdale Sunday. Included in the,
rattles and was about four inches in group were .JoAnne Crouch, Carline Service from 6 to 9 o'clock Short Orders
that
'diameter. It seems probable 1
Berner, Shirley Owen, Jeanne Bartz, JACKSONVILLE, Oct. 3-FNS) I .
fcife driven into town by the high 9 till
was 1 11:30 1
Nadine Andrews, Betty Coleman,I Florida will get four of 18 naval
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Valer. Ann Alonaker, Joy Barker, Rachel, aviation establishments to be retained *
This incident should cause everyone Miner, Frank and Ed Conkling and) in full operation the United '

to exercise caution for a time Bruce Beardsley. They were ac-' States, it was revealed by U. S. John-: Conditioned,
'because many of these dangerous companiecl by Rev. David C. Hancock -! son, manager of the Jacksonville

makes may. have been driven from and Mrs. J. Paul Bartz- and en-' Chamber of Commerce, upon. his re I ....':;O\i ......., ,. ..
The prairies by the recent high water. I f'J.'" :" t r. -"-

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Consider ErectionOf .:.--.....:,, "'::.i,; ',_.. ....;t5. 't. :'/ ', '\...) : I r ::X,>",,- w
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"L. S. Moore, vice-president of ,._-. \ : .';;- '_., .. .<.'., ) TT ? / .-
Stokely Foods Co., and other company ,: :> ,,

officials, are reported to have ,
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been here on Tuesday of this week :; ,', I
to consider the feasibility of constructing -
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a vegetable canning plant .'
Benbow Farms but 'b '
Sn the area near ',.I r
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tlieir decision, if made, has not yet ".'- ,.....- '" '. '"
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been learned. .f ..: "t--, -

Mr. Moore last year purchased the ,
two-hundred acre farm of Glen H

Williams near Benbow which is now

being farmed with Fisher Ange as
manager. In recent months negotiations 14

have also been underway for h2I ,

the purchase in the same area of : ,
Several hundred acres of land from
'C. E. Miner and W. S. Bowdon eithr -

< by Mr. Moore or by the Stokely LSlS s5? ?1D"r. \ i 5 ,'
Company.-Moore Haven Democrat.
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real or personal property within -- ,, :" _ ,? :
'Said district shall be entitled to vote _-

In that district in this election.

Trustees are nominated by pe-
tition containing the names of five

'or more persons qualified to vote in
''the election. The petition must be

tiled with the board of public instruction -

30 days prior to election

Oiayvhich is Saturday, Oct. 6.
Therefore the deadline for qualifying ; I

is Saturday midnight.The I

special tax school districts ,

Site: No. 4 at Felda, No. 5 at LaBelle, ( '
:o. 6 at Fort Denaud and No.7 atIewiston. ZF..S:

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\rain windows at scenes already

passed: a thousand times. Shoppers,

with no ads to guide them, dashed 7'/ t
born store to store, hoping to find '
what they wanted. Investors grumbled :. flU FAD I 5 C !LEA R

vainly at the lack of comprehensive -
market reports. Newspap- d

Vsrless movie fans kept telephone

s lines toed from at hundreds morning of to ,night.theatres Youngsters Jam-- New Time-Saving Schedues; :, ,

by the countless millions whlned s 1110UASSAVED
'- to helpless parents about the J CK MANY TRIPS .

'famine in funnies. : (\through'!i-he return .\1 Give Faster Better Service .; "
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Radio did its best to fill the gap. # ',* to 1 normal ; ,

several publishers purchased radio \operating_speeder '.:'
'time to broadcast news both foreign J
long-planned improvements are being made and of the .
Many one
'end local, supplementing the regularbeau .* -* .... !.
broadcasts of all networks and (first is a return to normal running time for the big red and silver ,, '
; sue't3RE"SEATS (buses. New time-saving schedules will get to destination '. .
you your
._ ... ......_"' ;
service :AVAILABLE'; ,earlier.to nearby towns or across the continent. You'll have morebecauser -..
Vouldn't the : v"fc "aei V J*
replace newspaper. -; r fi t
.
'ou just .couldn't sit and listen to .0)i ,can make"morel buses) ;room" -$and comfort... .*.,.too, for this stc: :7-_ rp. svicc.will' : .mean more. trips'- .

'fche radio and get the information I \ daily. -t.rips _no W'.J JINCREASCO'SERVtCE daily, more seats available., t S .
:jotn wanted when you, wanted it. ..'. : -- -- .
Women testified to their need for -

dvertise.ni nts. They were lost /And Florida M t Lines. other. important plans for giving you'tfiner .
without them. Retail sales started "
'"talcing a slump with the beginning [ highway travel. :accommodations- new buses modern, "

of the strike" and continued to fall -S terminals and expense-paid tours for greater pleasure at the same low
through its duration.i Stock markets COMINGV
,4 S --* cost. They'll be of travel plans pretty soon
part
les dropped: rpff. An already overburdened Additional your
j '
telephone service proved and service4will[! .r.;
totally inadequate to meet the situ- ',-,< be added as fast .
ation. Folks missed their newspapers 'as possible." \WAJCH..THE. 'PAPER OR ASK THE FLORIDA MOTOR LINES AGENT

] more than they had missed ABOUT_ ) _CHANGES IN DEPARTURE TIMES, and OTHER,IMPROVEMENTS

( .;inytht g else and 'found that nothing :
vjlsfe could take its place. So it

.*3feetns proper and fitting that we'ob- ---I1 ck's Drug Store Phone, 20P.tGE ,j
Serve National Newspaper Week in
tribute to a service rendered.-One -," ; ,

Vf the best ways to evidence your

appreciation 'of your local newspaperIs fLoRIDAMOTORJINE
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to step in and personally thank
your editor and publisher and while

;you are there, you might make it a
:point to pay your subscription if you I "

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