The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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BOARD VOTES TO CLEWISTON PIONEER Martinez Is SpeakerAt Water Control DiscussedBy

Kiwanis MeetingC.

A. Martinez made a most in- Governor-Elect With

i IY : OF C O. BUDGET HERE ON SUNDAYHarvey the teresting Wednesday and entertaining night meeting talk of the at

t'' Kiwanis Club on his recent trip to Group Wednesday

f ..;. The board of county commissioners Charles Avant, 67, one of his former home at Victoria, Cuba.

'k at the regular monthly; meeting the very first settlers of the Clew- :Mr. Martinez said he made the 0:: -

y Tuesday voted to defer final approval iston area, died Sunday morning at entire trip by air, taking a Pan- Final Other Problems of Lake

: of the budget and setting millage the Clewiston Hospital where he was American clipper to Havana and then 'I

: lor the fiscal year 1944'45 to Sept. taken on Friday suffering with taking a plane from Havana to his In Scrap Area Are Brought ToCaldwell's
i double pneumonia."Pop .
: 1st.The home town. It was the first time Attention
reason was to give the school ," as he was affectionatelyknown To Be
board ample time for securing approval to hundreds of friends in the since the air field was constructedat

of its budget by the state I lake area, came here with his fam- his home town that any person City; officials Governor-Elect Millard Caldwellmet

board of education. ily to make his home in January of from that town had landed there.I I that results had here Wednesday afternoon at

Following are the minutes of the 1920, when there were but one or He spoke of the sugar cane fieldshe ing in the the Clewiston Inn with a represen-

I i''I 'w meeting: two other families In the Clewiston saw while there and told of har- paper each tative group of drainage officials,

J. ._ Minutes August 1, 1944 section and saw Clewiston grow vesting methods and compared decided to farmers and legislators to discuss the '

The Board of County Commissioners from this tiny beginning to one of planting and harvesting methods of ly once a matter of water control and conservation -

of Hendry County, Florida, the foremost cities of the lake sec that area with practices in the that a final problems of the Ever.

convened at their regular meeting in tion. He was born May 3, 1877, at 'glades. He also told of the great next Tuesday.The glades.

the Courthouse in LaBelle, Florida, Walterboro, N. C., came to Florida improvements that had been made collection The governor-elect listened for f

on Tuesday, August 1, 1944, with the after serving in the SpanishAmerican there in the past few years In work- at present, the the most part, asked a few questionsand

following members present: Chair- War and was married in Orlando ing conditions, public school sys-. vage camptign. then made it quite clear that .

man J. Q. Davidson,, G. E. Ether- '' on Dec. 10, '1908, to Miss tems and other things. stantly he considered that It was an ad- ;

, ton, George L. Poole, A. J. Evers Florence Tyson. Governor-elect, Millard Caldwelland thousands of :. ministrative problem, that leader -,.;

: and Asa Townsend together with H. He served as a private in Com- Commissioner of Agriculture' are collected ship must come from this area and
A. Rider and William T. Hull, clerk. Nathan Mayo, visitors here that 1 I the effort that he would do everything pos-
I a pany 10, Coast Artillery, ,U. S. Army war ;}
y Messrs. G. B. McDuffie and Bill during the' Spanish-American War, evening, were ,introduced but did crippled. sible to assist. He recognized it as ;
I Adams before the BoardIn '' a local problem rather than
appeared enlisting on November 10, 1899, at not speak.A Scouts of state-
regard to the condition of the Savannah, Ga., ,and being honorably meeting of the 'board was held to assist in wide and said he thought that a ;'_

:Hooker Point road, advising the discharged at the expiration of at the conclusion of the meeting. drive which. I long-range program of conservation .
board that the same had become should be mapped out. :
: his term of enlistment on, Nov. 9, will continue '
Impassable. Mr. McDuffie stated 1902. City officials The meeting was arranged by '

that there was some material backof BOND VALIDATION for the small ther Jones of Belle Glade who Lu'J-'J
Funeral services
were held Tues-
his place that the county have it weekly trips az as chairman and introduced
day afternoon at 2:00 from :
lo be used in repairing the road, this p. m. the fact that I> various visitors. : :1
committee was advised that this road the Ferguson Chapel in West Palm PROCEEDINGS ARE one ,week' to Nathan Mayo, State Commissionerof

had been taken up with the State Beach and interment was in Wood- Agriculture, was present and __>
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} lawn cemetery of that city. A host made 'a brief talk in which he told :
Road Department and if the De- truck has a
partment failed to do anything on of Clewiston friends attended' the STARTED B.Y E.D.D.The have had it of work being done by the State" ,..9 I

it that -the county would. Mrs. services. too, have hurt Experimental Station at Belle Glade, 'T

Nellie Messer appeared before the Services at the chapel and at the der the new said that the Trustees of the I. I. .. !
graveside were conducted by Rev. Fund are cooperating and will cooperate -.. ,1
board and asked for some medical 'Everglades Drainage District have the -
attention, after discussion the fol- H. C. Meador, pastor of the Clewis- board, holding the first meeting at munity the on all Everglade affairs and j

lowing motion was made: Motionby ton Baptist Church. The casket their new headquarters, the Comeau lection is made ![{ expressed his desire to help in every k

Poole seconded by Evers that the was draped 'with the" American flagas Building in West Palm Beach Tues- that it will be way possible. .';' _
a tribute to his service as a U. S. J. E. Beardsley, Clewiston member '.,,'
clerk write a letter to Doctors day, adopted a resolution approvingthe lowing day and '
Bostelman and Bartleson asking soldier and many lovely floral pieces contract for refunding the dis- cessary,' in of the Everglades: Drainage Dis- 5',
I i were banked about the casket. Miss trict Board, pointed out some of the
them to make. an examination andif trict bonds and authorizing valida- The impo '
Virginia Turner and Miss Lucille I legislative needs of the district'for ,:---1'
they find that an operation is tion proceedings.The per collection, is II
," necessary to send Mrs: Messer to Rodgers sang as a duet, '"Rock of board met in the morningand the American the next session and asked for the
Ages" accompanied at the ,piano by : new Governor's leadership in carry- \
.\ _. the hospital. Motion carrie transacted routine business. aft- an all-out effort .
.a Mrs. Walden and Mrs. WalS&xf ing out this He cited the
Larry I. within program._ ,
Motion by'Evp.rg v seconded by er which it adjourned to await the per the ,
:; played -s-riaiA solo "When difficulties encountered at the last ,,
Piole"that 'oilis '
the ;r f:.approved as arrival of Turner Wallis, general ..
f\Iotion' rted. the Golden Bells' Ring""Out 'for You session by not having a drainage J:ti
read Motion
:,1 ., by manager of the district and'a rep- Toggery a
and which in
Me. was sympathy
;Ii Evers? ,seconded by Etherton, called resentative of the _bond syndicatefrom ..
1 :I and carried that the following- resolution Pallbearers were F. Deane Duff' New York, where, they, with Big Sale with the problems of the Everglades ;vy t
district. He also called at-
l C. V. Parkinson, Elbert L. Stewart,
he adopted: the district
M. Lewis Hall, attorney '
RESOLUTION Wilbur Montgomery, D. ,B. Allen andR. tention to the handicap the experi- ,".:
the .
I have been' working on Mrs. Ruth B. mental station is under in having -
WHEREAS, the Board of County M. Hare, Jr. agreement for validating and issu-
Toggery Shop, insufficient funds to carry on the
Commissioners of Hendry County, Surviving' members of the im- ing refunding bonds by the syndi- ing of a proper kind ot research program.
:Florida, has prepared its budget for mediate family the widow Mrs.
are I'
today in which Turner Wallis, general manager
the fiscal year 1944-45 and caused Florence Avant, who was in Good cate.Under the plan bonds in the sold below cost of the Everglades board, also spoljQ
.6 -a notice to be run setting forth in Samaritan Hospital for an amount four'and a half million '
: of
l opera new fall : and gave a resume of some of the
; said notice that the Board would ''I tion at the time of her: husband's 'dollars, carrying an average inter- petted to o'I activities of the board, stating that

'; pass upon said budget and fix the death; two daughters, Mrs. H. A. est rate of 3.13 per cent, will be sale continues the action of the board. at all times

: millage on this the 1st day of Au- 'Land and Miss Marcia Avant, both' sold by the district to the bond week I was based on- what the taxpayers

:gust, 1944, and, of 'Clewiston, and one son, Cpl. H. syndicate of RansonDavidson'and Mrs. Owen wished to have done. ,-

that WHEREAS the be, it made is very necessary I H. Avant of Camp McCain, Miss, B. J., Van Ingen. Proceeds from gery Shop Dr. R, V, .Allison, head of the ex-
levy for the schools
"'"" who was home on leave when his this sale, supplemented by some I years, and by perimental station at Belle Glade
of the at the :
county same time the
father was taken ill and secured $800,000 now on hand will be used ,'high I quality for r.
levy talked on the great need an
is made
county and, emergency leave to remain until the to retire the present RFC loan ,of : tablished a over-all program of conservation for

Instruction WHEREAS of, the Board of Public end; and one brother, Eugene' Avantof $5,300,000. The new bonds will be i abled her to the 'glades both as to water and .soil
Hendry County' has St. Cloud. callable after two years and the ; line of ladies conservation.
tailed to submit its request for a tax
lower interest rate is expected to to-wear without R. Y. Patterson, head of the '
levy and it is
understanding of
t I -this board that the Board of Public Older Men Are result in.a saving of many thou- i cost even during transportation department of the
sands of dollars to the district.:.
--- United States Sugar Corporation,
.j Instruction will ask
Again The bond fund requiredby
reserve ,
spoke on some of the other great
, In their Approval
? levy over and above the
the has already been
agreement, problems of the such road
5 limitation DraftA
% and that it will be Face The
necessary to advertise and 'hold a set as from funds at hand. For New improvement, particularly farm
roads, and high freight rates as wellas
nearing the
on proposed increase
New Bar And Grill pointing out of the peculiarities -
-taking approximately three weeks directive from the State Selective The United many

f and another week to. get the approval Service headquarters in St. Au- To Here About tion has of soil conservation pro-
; of the State Superintendentof gustine Wednesday was to the effect Open installation of gram.
Horace A. Bestor U. S. S. C. en-
that beginning September 1 all ,
Schools. Therefore be it resolved First of September ment plant at
:' that the time for final adoption registrants, if properly classified as The new gineer, spoke on the necessity for a

I. of the budget and the fixing of the 1-A, will be forwarded for prein- manufactured long range water and soil conser-

.. county and school lev, or millage duction physical examinations and if Berlin Griffin, head of the Palm Filter Company vation program which should be

be extended to Friday, September previously given this examinationwill Beach Liquors, Inc., who recently under the started at once before subsidence,
" -' 1944. be subject to immediate induction purchased the building formerly has a capacity oxidation and fire have taken'greater a .

1' Motion by Etherton seconded 1,1.I in the sequence of their order occupied by the Clewiston Cafe, was water per hour toll of Everglades' land.

c Poole that 'the Board recess until numbers. here this week to supervise the be- process as that In addition to these speakers

f, Friday, September 1, 1944, and that I This taes the place of the direc- ginning of remodelling work to make for water many others were introduced, among
them most of the legislators for the
f" the Board hold its regular Septem- tive issued May 12 which postponed this building into a modern bar, starch plant. will- .
I her meeting on that date. 'Motion 1'[ the induction of all selectees over package store and grill. He hopes feet in height area who expressed themselves
ing and anxious to cooperate in any
that the work can be finished in
carried 26 in order to give the older men feet in length
I II' (Continued on Page S)
time about the first
a I'J.. O. DuVVIDSON, time to be properly re-examined ,and for an opening ing, necessary
re-classified in accordance of September.An .
4 Chairman. with sonry building '"
I '. WILLIAM T. liberalized policies of reclassification air conditioning unit is at has both a sand Mrs. J. H. Nix Dies
HULL an dto send into service only hand which will be installed and put The unit will be
-l'' Clerk. those young men who were phys- to work as 'soon as accessory equip- workmen under In Hospital ThursdayMrs. :

... .' ically capable of being quickly ment is available and another small a company
SEMINOLE CLOSED trained as replacement troops. store-room will be built at the side A three-inch James Herbert Nix, 37, diedin

\ While the Army seems to be of the present building to house the extend into the Clewiston Hospital Thursday
The Seminole Drug Department package store if a permit can be
pretty well caught up with the num- thousand feet afternoon from uremia which necessitated -
Store has closed for obtained for the construction. If
been three days ber of men required, the Navy is in ter to be a Caesarian birth of a son
,. this week ending today and will open need of a great number to be used not, a small corner of the present The unit, [i Tuesday morning.
l in ,building, on the west side, will be is fully J[ Mrs. Nix, with her husband and '
A as usual tomorrow (Saturday) morn- manning the new ships which are I ;
partitioned from the main '
off lounge
of adding to Clewis-
older children
constantly coming off the came
Ing. the other Alston ways. I
1. Because
for this This'will
: 1'>, The purpose. be a liar plant is pr to make their home about four
store will close next week I'' local board also points out .
for a that when found temporary measure-and will be removed bow Village. ago. Her oldest son is, a vet-
'.: month Mr. and Mis. Alston hopedto a person necessaryto just as soon as the other of the fighting on Guadalcanal.The .
'J and regularly engaged in agri-
get a little rest before. taking on cultural essential room. can be built. CADET body was taken to Pahokee
( work to the war
It is to redecorate
: planned the Fu-
A very good Everglades
'- ? all of the business of the two effort leaves .that work for another prepared by the
i main room In a modernistic manner past Wednesday Home for shipment to her
"- stores next Monday, and a 'chance job without first receiving de-
;j to a and to install the very latest type Cadet Club with I home in Nashville, Ga., for
1 prepare for the marriage of their termination from the local board thatit furnishings and bar. Tables will be cadets attending .
1 Is in the best interests of the war arranged for diners and in the food
daughter, Miss Martha Nell Alston community Surviving relatives are her hus-
j i to Ralph Bishop" which' is scheduled effort he shall be ;Immediately reclassified line a specialty will be made of dancing partners. one daughter, Mrs. R. D. :1
Into 1-A
Class if eligible
charcoal steaks, chickens, chops and will be held the and two sons, Eugene and %,
1. lo take place this afternoon. for that class ribs. '
t ., evening. baby, James Wayne. .... :
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THE God to whom little boys
1 say their prayers has face "-
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-= .WHl & 6ti'I":. I. ?/I/tit& "V/.N.UTEATURES By HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST. D, D. Men are the sport of circumstances -
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago ,when the circumstancesseem
THE STORY THUS FAR: Ijent. Col. cassar Strait. It was the same gang diers, radiomen, and navigators into Released by Western Newspaper Union. the sport of men.Byron.Mark .

Frank Kurtz, Flying Fortress pilot, tells we'd pounded at Davao. They had the hangar room for a critique. He the perfect man, and
of that fatal day when the Japs struck In to be stopped. Had to be! So the had a new.idea. Lesson for August 6 behold the upright for the end
the Eight of his men were I
killed Philippines.fleeing for shelter-and Old 99 was Colonel sent out everything he had, "My plane is to be in his flight., BM>W M II I of that man is peace.-Psalm
which was just six Forts, and the When we make our over the Lesson 3737.
demolished before it could get off the pass subjects and Scripture texts selected
ground. After escaping to Australia, what Dutch sent their little'Navy, whichcouldn't target, my navigator is to watch Council and of Religious copyrighted Education by' International; used by Friendship's the privilege '
II left of the squadron flies to Java, scare them ,much alone, Robinson's bomb doors, and when permission. Of private men; for uretched,! gredt-
where they go out on missions over the plus some old Martin B-10 bombers Robinson's bombs appear, then he nest knows '
Philippines. On one of these missionsone they'd bought from us before the releases four of mine, I meanwhile POWER THROUGH SELF-DISCI No blessing so substantial.
of the motors of Kurtz' Fort Is hit war." sighting the target. Then the planes PLINE (TEMPERANCE LESSON) TATL.
and they begin to lose altitude. They "Take-off was at 3:30 in the morn- behind me release when I do. In The main rewards of life do .
stay with It, however, make the bomb ing," said the Gunner. "We'd this way we'll make a wide pat- LESSON TEXT-Proverbs 1:7.10; Jeremiah not go to those with the'sharpest -
run and try to make, Malang Field on 35:5.10 I Corinthians 9:24.27 I ThessalonIans
planned to bomb from a good alti- tern and : ; teeth
Java, but change their minds, turn back. get away from the target 5:22.GOLDEN the longest claws.
The boys are wrought up at a U. S. tude, but the weather was so bad faster than by making a double run. TEXT-And every man thai -Dr. Frank Kingdom.,
magazine which publishes a complete that we had to drop down to 15,000 "We have clear weather, climbing strivcth for the mastery Is temperate In I all
diagram of the E model Fortress. as approached the target. It I for our altitude through a few scattered things.-I Corinthians 9:25. .
broke light about seven and we be-
clouds, and thirty minutes
gan to see the gray, hazy 'sea, and I from the reach 30- Discipline that word doesn't
CHAPTER XI the mountains: piled up on both sidesof 000 away feet and then target level we off, follow- sound exactly attractive, does it? II
the Strait below us. makes us think of punishment foi
ing the Borneo shore line of Ma-
Pilot to Radio,' calls Captain "We were about ten miles from wrongdoing, ,when in reality it is a
cassar Strait. We're all at battle
Skiles over the interphones. the target when we saw that Jap stations I with bomb very helpful word which means builds thedependable
'Radio answering Pilot. Go surface gang. I'm not a Navy man, sight. my teaching. Disciples learn, and thus
hear the
ahead,' answers Sergeant Boudria. but I was knocked over by it. They turret Presently we top are disciplined, so that life becomes h.,
'Get the emergency rations out,' were strung out in two lines, trans- gunner over the interphone. safer, simpler, and more efficient J
says Skiles, 'and the jungle kits, ports with escorts destroyers, 'Planes!' he's calling. 'Forma- There are many kinds of disci.
and set them by the door.' cruisers, battleships riding the tion of planes, right rear, high!' pline, and all have their important ecp.

"They'd given us up at Belem, flanks, stretching back as far as They were coming down at us from place in preparing men to live well
but when they heard us circling up we could see. 32,000 or 33,000 feet, but from thenavigator's ordered and useful lives. The dis,

in the fog they went down the fieldin "When we sighted them we sepa- them compartment I couldn'tsee ciplined life has power. to meet trials tf light Truck

a truck, throwing out lighted flare rated into two flights, following ra- yet. and temptations.I. /Passenger Car

pots to mark the runway. Our gas dio command, and almost immedi-. "Then they peeled off for the at- Home Discipline (Prov. 1:7-10). if light Tractor
was so low that before the ship tack, concentrating on Robinson's The training received by the child /Power Plant

was parked the No. 1 engine cut out. plane. I could hear the gunners early in life from its parents is ol

"Next morning we were off for calling these plays over the inter- the utmost importance in forming N

Natal, and landed there at one / / 1 t phones-couldn't see the Zeros my- character. Children should learn the END CONSTIPATION
self yet, but I could see their trac- .
o'clock. We and
were gassing up true standards of life, and be held
,the crew chief was supervising the ers going into the tail of Robinson'splane. to obedience to them if they are
Then we turned in on our THIS NATURAL WAY!
natives out the
loading-the rolling bomb later to walk in the_right way.
run, and I'd catch glimpsesof
steel drums and the chief
crew unscrewing -
the Zeros as they overshot Rob- It is here that they most effectively -
their tops to hurry it
inson, some of them coming fifty learn the. danger of the use Millions
when he happened to stick his finger now take Simple
of intoxicants and the
feet importanceof
from his plane.
into one that seemed a little heavy Fresh Fruit Drink'instead
keeping their bodies clean and
and, by George, it was full of wa- "But I'm busy on my bombing of Harsh Laxatives 1
strong for the service of God and
ter! The barrel looked like any other run. I've picked my first live tar- }
barrel, the native looked like any Y ; get, a row of three transports, country.
other native.Of course it was sabo- f broadside to our line of flight. Everything Some parents (possibly misled by It's lemon and water.Yes!-just
else attractive, but false theories of edu the juice of 1 Sunkist Lemon in a
tage, but what could you do! seems to be going
/ra. smoothly. cation) think that the correction 01 glass of. water-first- thing 'on
"We took off for Freetown, Africa, arising. "-
at ten o'clock. It was an eleven- "Now we're on the run, coming punishment of a child is not to be Taken first thing in the morning, 2

hour flight. We stayed with the r ,/_ in on the target, and I've set my permitted. They assume that they this wholesome drink stimulates
British there and got along with drift in the sight, plus our true alti- are being kind to a child by not bowel action in a natural way-

them fine. It was a fighter sta t / tude and true air speed, so I can limiting his development, or tryingto assures most people of prompt,
tion. They gave us a nice feed and put those cross hairs on the target. direct it. These are the people normal elimination -

all the warm beer we could drinkit "Now the pilot and I switch who "curse their children with kind. Why not change to this healthful
New Year's Eve. our ness," which is in fact the greatestof habit? Lemon and water'is good
was earphones over to command, so we
unkindness. you. Lemons are the
"Then we started across Africa, listen to among
can orders Major Robinson
any Only a.fool ( 7) will despise the richest sources of vitamin C,which
,, v.
and finally ,sighted the Nile, and I wants to give from his lead combats fatigue helps resist
ate dinner at:the British sergeants'mess r plane, while the copilot stays on the instruction of his parents, and onlya 'colds and infections. They you also
fool of will fail to give
a parent
at Khartoum. interphones, so he can pick up what supply B, and P. They alkalinize,
"When we got to Iraq," said the our gunners are doing. that training which is like "an orna aid appetite and digestion. Lemon

Gunner,' "we began to smell the "And in a minute I hear it. Ma- ment of gracq" (v.. 9) in the life of and water has'a fresh tang, too-
war. ,The British there told us not jor Robinson is calling. the young man or:woman. clears"'the'mouth, wakes you up I

long ago the natives, led by Nazis, II. Social Discipline (Jer. 35:5-10)., Try this grand wake-up drink
had revolted, and two thousand reb- 'Robinson to Flight. I've been The social order, which concernsour 10 mornings. See if it doesn't help
els had tried to take the field away badly hit in the tail-having, trouble relation to our fellow men, disciplines you Use California Sunkist
from the little garrison. All the holding the nose of my plane down. each of us. It makes many Lemons.
I'm turning the formation.'
British had on it was one plane, and what sometimes seem burden
so old it looked like a box kite- "We had been coming in straightat some demands of us in order that

cruised about seventy miles per the coast of Borneo. Now, turn- we, as well as those around us, may
hour. ing, we go down the coast, the Zeros have the privilege of living ordered
"So they'd taken an empty gas swarming around us like flies arounda and useful lives. d

drum, loaded it up with brace chains, hunk of rotten meat. Wise is the man or woman who A

rivets, and bolts, and in the middle "The first one I really saw came draws from his fellowship with others -

put a hell of a lot of sticks of dyna- up from beneath us. I'd known he that helpful training which gives -
mite and a fuse. It was so big it The next day we sighted the Pyra- was there, because tracers had been him stability ,and grace.
would hardly go into the door of mids and dropped down. to fly behind coming up from under the ship's belly The Rechabites had made a vow

the, plane. them. past my face, as if someone that they would not drink intoxicants -

"Then they flew over the rebel ately their ack-ack fire opened up down under there was throwing up and as a tribe they stood by SKIN i EXTERNAL OF
army, and when they had figured the on us. We went in in a column of hatfuls of live, smoking coals. that vow even when tested by Jere- CAUSE

best place to drop it, they lit the V's, each flight picking its ship, and "As he pulls up out from beneathus miah. (Note that we say-tested, not Acne pimples, eczema, factory dermatitis -
fuse. But when they tried to roll it by the time we were over them, the and banks away, I get in a tempted. He knew they would simple ringworm, tetter,salt rheum
bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken-
out, it got stuck in the door of the Japs had their antiaircraft fuses just couple of good bursts at him with stand.) out skin. Millions relieve itching, burning -
plane. The British said they were right. Just after we'd-dropped our the little .30-caliber machine gun we Fine family traditions have great and soreness of these miseries with
quite worried for a bit while that bombs, the Jap pursuits hit us. I'd have down there in the nose. Icouldn't value in guiding and controlling simple home treatment. Goes to work at

fuse burned on. been watching them spiraling up really see if I'd hit himor young people. We should, like the way.once.Use Aids Black healing and, White works Ointment the antiseptic onlyas

"Finally they jammed it throughthe from their aircraft carrier in not. Then: good man Jonadab (v. 6), establisha directed. lOc 25c, 50c sizes. 25 years'
door and on out, but it exploded flights of ,three, keeping formationas 'Robinson to Skiles. Go ahead.' tradition of abstinence from in success. Money-back guarantee. Vitalin
about fifty' feet off the ground. They they spiraled, fifteen Zeros in all. toxicants which will make all of our cleansing is good soap. Enjoy fa- >>-
'Skiles answering Robinson Black and White Skin
mous Soap daily.
it killed about ,
fifty rebels. ,
descendants "No in
I "When they'd got their altitude, our pilot. say, one
"A couple of hops later we were they; paired off. says family ever drinks.".
in Bangalore, in India, where there "Each pair would pick a Fort and 'Take the lead, Robinson tells III. Self-Discipline (I Cor.9:24-27;

was a Welsh regiment stationed. go in for the attack, one hitting itfrom him.mation.'I can't I'll drop keep behind.up with And the slow for- I Thess. 5:22)). rIOMENY UR4 OS

"Then we flew on down to Palem- the side while the other would In the life of every one of us there
the formation down so I can keepup.
bang, Sumatra, and crossed the come in from behind. Remember, .' should be that determined purpose Do You Hate HOT FLASHES?
equator in a hell of a snowstorm at it was the first time any Zero had that life shall not be lived in care- u
you suffer from hot flashes feel
12,000 feet, with snow packing in be- ever seen an E-model Flying For- "We're still going down the coast, less disorder, or be permitted to run weak, nervous, a bit blue at times
tween our engines: tress.; The one 'who came in from remember. And now: out at loose ends. all due to the functional "middle-
period to
"On the seventeenth of Januarywe behind would throttle down to our 'Skiles to Robinson. Go ahead,' We are all running a'race (v. 24), Lydia E. Plnkham's peculiar Vegetable women-try Compound

had reached Java," continuedthe speed and, in a leisurely way, try, comes over the interphones. and it is for us so to run that we Taken to relieve such symptoms.

Gunner, "and were looking down to shoot the tail off. 'Robinson answering.' may achieve success.' We cannotrun helps regularly-Pinkham's build up resistance Compound (..

.;: on their rice paddies in a drizzle' "Well, our tail gunner, Sergeant 'Do you want to make another with uncertainty (v. 26). against such annoying symptoms.Pinkham.s .

which washed everything a vivid Irvin Schier. waited, letting them : at the target?' asks Skiles. I We are fighting a fight, and at especially for>Compound women-ft helps Is made na-
green. Then we flew over Surabayaand come on in. Then just! as they were I pass times it is a desperate, life-and- ture and that's the kind of medicine -
up between those two conical about to uncork their cannon, he let 'Yes, Skiles, take the formationover death struggle. We must not beat to buyl Follow label directions.

mountains that guard the pass into them'have knocked; hell out of'i' the target again.: the air (v. 26), but strike home the LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE,

Malang Field. them. If they, hadn't been dead "We make our turn, the rest following telling blows which will bring !vic-

"Then we went down to barracksto ,they'd; have been terribly surprised. and head back. tory over our enemies, the world,

meet the 19th. Well, there'd been "We'd finished our bomb run, so "Just then a Zero dives down on the flesh, and the devil.
quite a change. As a bunch they then we headed for a cloud. But the formation from behind, going To do this calls for training and F OR RELIEF

looked, nervous and hollow-eyed, I Major Robinson, the leader, came between me and the plane on our self-discipline. It means bringing the o :IeI ffi
compared to the way we'd remembered back with his flight for a second right wing-about a hundred feet body and its demands into sub-

them back in the States. ; pass, and picked off another trans- away-and then it levels off out in jection. The man who runs in a race A Soothing C A B F
"We found out they were sendingus port. Then we headed for home. front of me. I happened to have the does not destroy his chances for ANTISEPTIC V Ei "'-

out on a'raid the very'next morning Every Fort' got back, and we'd gun in the right-hand socket of the victory by using intoxicants, or other Used suits for by 40 thousands'urs-six with valuable satisfactory ingredients. fe-
-which should show how badly picked off seven Zeros. For days nose, so I can really lay it on detrimental things. Surely we who Get Carboil at drug stores or write
they needed us-so after we came the damned fools kept up those tail him with my little .30-caliber sew- run the race for Christ must be Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn.

q: back I went out to check again on attacks, and it was the same old ing machine. It's taking plenty of even more determined that self shall

}- my guns,." grind-we'd average four Zeros a stitches, but I can see my tracers be disciplined for God's glory.

"We needed the new boys badly mission. slapping into his wing, close to whereit The standard for the conduct of \' V. ?IJ IuSufIll01 ?

;' : ," said Frank. "We'd got word "They tell it that one day five joins his fuselage. He wobbles, the Christian is higher than is com- \
trouble was on the way. You see Zeros are sitting under a cloud whenwe goes into a dive. He is well out in monly supposed, for he withdraws rot slues eiEI 113 Mill OF

the American Navy's PBY's-big come by. Four of them go in for front with plenty of forward speed, himself from "every form of evil." RHEUMATISMNEURITIS.LUMBAGO
flying boats-had come out of Ma- tail attacks and are shot into con- so it's almost like watching a bomb The disciplined believer knows

nila, and now were operating off fetti, so the fifth is smart-he goes leaving my plane, which I can followall that sin is sin-that what looks com-
;. Java, from the big Dutch naval home with the news. But for a the way down. This,doesn't hap- paratively innocent often wears a

base at Surabaya, but mostly from while there it was a tail-gunner's pen often. Usually; I shoot at them, false face covering real wickedness, I

coastal coves and the wide mouths heaven." they go on back behind; and the or it is the first step on a downward
of rivers. Patrol Wing 10 they were "You never forget your first battle wing gunners confirm whether I path. To start on that way is to invite 1
..': called, and a swell gang they were.. mission," said the Bombardier, really got them or not. But now: disaster. A striking example of

"They came in with the news that "only I of course had a bomb-sight 'Robinson to Flight. Use as your this is the social drink-the fashion- Large Bottle! nm*-J'1-} Small Size 60c|
on reconnaissance they'd picked up angle on the whole picture. target that heavy -cruiser moving able cocktail-the friendly glass. *CIItIOI: USE OUT IS BIIECIE0* I IIT
an enormous gang of Jap surface "Just before we took off Major out from shore.: Abstain is the word"abstain from 111 Silo fill STORES 81 Mil it receipt ll|rlcc |
ships, coming toward us down Ma- Robinson Ite1TIL Dill to.lie jmsoimit {. i nOIJU
called all pilots, bombar- (TO BE CONTINUED) every form of evil."


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I IIOLLYIY000FARM I The Questions 7. According to _tradition, wbo
1. If the earth were a chess- was Peeping Tom?

board, how many of the 64

squares would be water? The Answers
boys seem to get all the
2. How many states make up 1. Forty-six.
breaks but if think talent
I I you
the plateau states of the United 2. Eight
sprouts only amid alfalfa, what (Arizona, Colorado,
V States? Idaho, Montana, Nevada New
about the skipper at Paramount, or
3. A yellow flag hanging from a Mexico Utah
the "Beach Boy Who Made Good?" and Wyoming).
.. .. ship's halyard indicates what? 3. Pestilence aboard.
This begins the fourth for the
a S.e .I. C: year
r 4. How do cool them-
elephants 4. By waving their ears. Blood
stocky and genial B. G. De Sylva,
better known by his beach monicker circulating through the huge ears
I"f .) "Buddy." 5. What was the name of our is cooled by the moving air.
first national hymn? 5. Hail Columbia.
It was a big day for him when
6. How many tons of steel are 6. Ten tons.
the studio gave him a luncheon. As
executive produc- used in a salvo from the guns of 7. The only person to spy on
'. a warship's main battery? Lady Godiva's ride.
er he also does a

l.' L bit of producingon f

c' his own. He S Turn Your Rags Into KEEP ln: place. Tame that unruly .'
knocked off personally look. Add lustre. Keep .
s -
in 1943, irJk Attractive Knit Rugs YOUR hair well groomed with ;1
I "For Whom the H A ID :Morolin9 i Hair Tonic. Large ':.:
: bottle 25c. Sold everywhere. "-.
: Bell Tolls b TF YOU like to knit here is a )

I p "Wake Island," *- quick'way to turn garments into
Palm Leaf Bible :
"So Proudly We
attractive Cut tear the '
Hail," "Star : rugs. or A Bible in a Parisian library is .:!'
4; rags into strips three-quarter inch
printed on palm leaves.SNAPPY ".'
_p a n g I e wide. Turn in raw edges and use ;
4 Rhythm," "ChiB.. G. De Sylva needles three-eighths inch in di-
; na, "Dixie, ameter. Knit the oval center first. 0 ',

4 ;'v.+, "No Time for Love," "Five Gravesto Cast on four stitches and increaseone FACTS )
44 fI Cairo," "True to Life," "The Ma- at the end of each row until ':1

f jor and the Minor," "Let's Face It," the depth of the work is four ABOUT

and "Road to Morocco." He was inches, then knit evenly for ten '

f % ":: t busy, but he showed,up at the lunch- inches. Bind off one stitch at the RUBBER
eon. His speech was brief: "The end of each row until you have

first three years are the hardest, I four stitches left. Bind these off.

t rI'W :, ikci It tll hope.Then" he looked worried, and rose. S 4 1 STRIP 76"LANG '' :.-::31:.;
"There's a couple of letters on my .
HEN it comes to ace-high desk I've got to answer," he said, ', 2 r D' STRIP 112" d About 153 million tons of '.

smartness in dress this sum- and dashed back to the office. Q IANGv agricultural products were
') mer, simplicity is the word.that tells. c moved from farm to market ..;J
; the story. The idea of lines rather I a, A3 ti! R Lets Gable Tell 'Em by motor vehicles in 1942, ,;;

than ornamentation is being playedup That office expresses the De Sylva 5 and even a greater amount \l.

with most dramatic gesture personality perfectly. It's comfort- FOR +u ,, l is expected to be transported I

throughout the current'style picture. able, unpretentious, contains two pi- CROCHE EDGES 7 ;SEW,r1 r II by highway this year. Ship- :;
There's a new style trend featur- ments of this volume call for :,; G!
ancjp, and is a couple of feet below ARRANGE EVENLY I ,
ing this year, which has developed the floor level. WITH SAFETY FINS I the use of a tremendous :':' i
1 GREEN I number of tires. ': i
.. into a leading' vogue, so much so Over the fireplace is a framed 2TAN '.\ '
,'..' that this season has often been referred "blow-up" of an excerpt from an 3 DARK ROSE ;': ;
I., .J to as a "white season" be- interview with Clark Gable, clipped 4 MEDIUM BLUE Only a small amount of rubber may ,
cause of the all-white 5 BROWN reach us from the Amazon Valley, :'.:!I
many costumes from
f that are highlighting the mid- as cake frosting is this little pique follows some newspaper. It goes as but herculean efforts are being \ l

summer showings. These lovely classic which adopts the new apron : The diagram gives the ,dimensions :- made to get It out of the Jungles, :; :

"- frocks and suits, made of most any technique in, its styling. The cleverly Interviewer "Glancing down your and colors for the bands that as is Indicated by the report that ."'"
. material it designed apron effect in front is movie record I note that you have been are sewn to this center oval. Caston Brazilian agencies have moved '
just so is white, place "
;. definite outlined with rickrack braid. Thereis among the top ten box-office champions seven stitches to start each 20,000 workers Into the rubber- ;';.:t
I emphasis on sophisticated for eleven That mark
also a band inset of eyeleted years.. Is unparalleled band. For the outside band, start producing country. ::.
simplicity. The youthful gowns pictured in film history. To what do you at. ...?
pique, which tunes to the simplicityof with color three. Knit seven
answer sweetly to fashion'scall your amazing record? :
1 for dramatized simplicity. the dress. This is one of those Clark Gable-"Any' success I may have inches, then cut. the fabric strip p7t ::1

fn As to a white washable that yields gowns that is so beloved by sun- achieved is due to M.G.M's'wisdom.. The and sew color four to it. Con-

Ii _' to simple treatment most effectively wooers, since it has a low-cut back, studio picks my 'stories, casts my picturesand tinue. Use a large crochet hook ,
this season's. stark white piques and is sleeveless with a deep- square selects my directors." .- and fabric strips to crochet around

..:... might weU.be, regarded as playing neckline in. front. Interviewer' "Without, help .from you, the oval, and the,outside*.. edges. ..'
set help ? S.-
The is all excitementover so you
teen-age ,,
i the stellar:'role. Pique seems to be Clark Gable "Without NOTE-This rug is from SEWING Book
help from me.
the neat little princess frocks
'; I just everything you want it to be. 4 which also contains complete illustrated .1.1'f
j It is so good-looking that many a that are being styled of pique. So when some young upstart walks directions for a knitted rag rug made in .
plain, eyeleted or embroidered and squares; as well as numerous other waysto
bride into office all to make
and her
attendants choosing ready
: are -
use odds and ends of things on hand to oorjc
it for even the smartest wed- they simply adore the princess models demands for personal say-so on stories make home furnishings and gifts. To get

. dings, and sweet girl graduates made of linen-textured 'spun co-star, director, etc., it's a bit Book 4 send your order and 15 cents to:
made pique frocks a first choice rayon, which tunes to the craze for unnerving to have to stand and read
f this year knowing that they would off-whites that is sweeping all fash- that Gable quote. MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
ionland. The dress centered in the Bedford Hills New York ?
serve'all the summer long for party knows De
Nobody why Sylva
trio is one of the beloved princess Drawer 10
) wear. works hard least of all himself.
r' so '
The types. It is made of a linentexturedspun Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 4. h tt G
pretty pictured to the
is he took
'; Equally mysterious why
1"t' left brings,the message that the way rayon fabric that has passed the job in the first place. De Sylvawas Name ...............................
I washing tests according to the labelit
to give style distinction to is
pique bears. By the way, look to the a song-writer, drawing royalties Address ...........:.................
to make it'up ever so simply. Fresh labels, i{ you want to be assured of from 500 songsHe had done musi- I -Bay War Savings BondssI )

the reliability of the fabrics that cal comedies, three running simul-

11\11.\ Enormous Brims makes the dress. The new square 'taneously on Broadway"PanamaHattie :

neckline is accented by an effective ," "Du Barry Was a Lady," '

r; wide yokelike collar. For a cool and "Louisiana Purchase." FOOT NEWS '
summer frock that you can launder "I just wanted to see if I could

easily, choose simple styles like put it over," De Sylva explained.

f this, which are accounted as the Likes It That Way
last word in fashions. "

The cool, charming and comfort. The truth about De Sylva is that 80.6% of sufferers showed ..
he finds film-making adventure
able dress shown to the right can ,
'? not' claim to be strictly all white exciting, and keeps him doing five
fr \ but it is a near relation to whitein things at once. It's show business.He .

li nto., / that its delicate stripes are in ducked into a small neighbor- CLINICAL IMPROVEMENT ;

exquisite tones of moonstone gray, hood theater one night and lookedat 1
r creme de menthe and ice cream "Oom Paul Kruger," an old German i-

pink. Best of all, it makes simpli- propaganda film that knockedthe after only 10-day treatment
r fied styling its plea, and that is British. It was interesting, but

t exactly what the highfashioneddresses untrue. He emerged with an idea.

': are doing this year.. The Why not do a yarn and tell the truth,
,f f ', I.j }r'.V material is a new worstedeffectDu tell what was ''wrong with Germany with

Pont rayon jersey which is ? The idea crystalized into "The I ,

I .. lovely to wear,and lovely to behold.As Hitler Gang," well directed by John

to the new simplicity which Farrow.In .
j designers are sponsoring these making it, De Sylva, the ex-

days, look for it in the advancefall songster, coped with some of the Foster D. Snell, Inc., well-known consulting ,
fashions which are beginning most relentless drama ever filmed. chemists, have just completed a test 1
to come in. Take note of the narrow He let himself in for months of with a group of men and women suffering 1'j'j

I slim silhouettes which are fabric- agony. The thing had to be true. from Athlete's Foot These people 'were 'jJ
saving and figureflattering.Released The scenarists did the yarn, and .;" told to use Soretone. At the end of only a J
ten-day test period, their feet a
A were examined t
by Western Newspaper
Union. turned over the script to five law-
by a physician. We quote from the j
r yers. Every word, every line, date report: ",
Autumn Dresses Will and incident was checked. '"
s y' After the use of Soretone according to .:j

Button the Strides to Main Line the directions the label < '
,' Up Back on for a period )

Fickle fashion has had another Here's De Sylva was born in New York > of only ten days, 80.6% of the cases $ .
... ;. brainstorm, and right at the very telling you the latest fash- city, but often forgets it becausehe
E climax of the style-prestige the ion news. Buttons are going to the has been around Southern California showed clinical improvement of an infection '

little hat has been enjoying this back of smart new dresses; blouses since he was two. He spent 'a which is most stubborn to control." A

I spring and summer, the style picture and many youthful skirts are being summer at Catalina as a lifeguard.He .
back-buttoned all the way down. Improvements w'ere shown in the symptoms ,
L is fairly bought a wrote "Ava-
stampeded with
; One of the joyous reactions to the of Athlete's Foot-the itching, burn h+
just brim after lon, and skidded into a musical '
one another.No .
ing,redness,etc.The report says: '
new technique is that it .i matter how career. In a "Vernon Country Club"he
c many tiny eliminates the metal slide fastener. "In our opinion Soretone is of def.nw.Y

confections in your hat wardrobe The sang one of his own pieces, very
$ (they are still beloved and fashion torso new back-buttoned sleek long "N'Everything," which AI Jolson : finite benefit in the treatment of this <<

correct) if you want to keep pace hit with overblouses young slender-hipped are making a girls.big sang in "Sinbad." For that song disease, which is commonly known asAthlete's > ;4
with Buddy $20,000 and followed it
fashion got
you'll simply have to As "
to the
newer dresses they either / Foot1. ; <
1 with "I'll Say She Does. A:
acquire at least one wide, wider, button down to the waist at the backor ;
widest brim. The two In So if Athlete's Foot troubles you don't tern .
models are the buttons short, though a comparativelyyoung ',
r, of go way down to the pprizel! Get SORETONE! McKesson & Robbins } r.n.
typical the new trend. The modelat hemline. The buttons, by the star, De Sylva has been en-
,Inc., Connecticut.i&
way Bridgeport,
B the top is a stunning affair of .are self-fabric covered, flat tertaining America for 28 years. He ;
very ,
,, black horsehair, with its picturesque often rimmed and so perfectly positioned doesn't want to do anything else. .
I brim pleated to fall shoulder ef l c depth. they look like a very part of Now he's about to sign a new con-
Striking for summer days is the the dress itself. The back-button tract doing only three pictures a
f f' large brim model below with its method is already in action and we year instead of the 24 he supervised

.;' telescope crown in two tones. The will be seeing more of it this fall last year. And as he said to me,
brim is of rough white straw. and winter. I "It sounds to me like a vacation

: with pay.".

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1 Bourne for the following fine con- when his father was taken ill last his mother, Mrs. F. L. Dunaway last] ":":":":":":":":":":" : :.
The Clewiston News placed in the week. They have now ::
i tribution, the poem of a mother to Friday and had to ?
The mother is Clewiston Hospital. He then applied Fairmont. ::
her son In service. : f
Mrs. C. W. Shearer of Kalamazoo, for a short emergency exten- .....
Florida, by every the LEWISTONeNEWS. Mich., and her son is Private Shearer sion which was granted and it is Pfc. Jimmy Hall, now ,: ..1.!' :
Inc. who is stationed at Liberty Point well that he did for death came to infantry division, the Black :?!: :
with the Prisoner of War Detach- his father on Sunday and he was ers of Camp Rucker, Ala., j :_
Entered as second class mall matter ment. Mrs. Bourne met him at able to be here at that time and for ing? a furlough at home I .:
F bruary 1 1927 at the Post Office InC church Sunday morning and duringthe the funeral servi es. He leaves today with his parents, Mr. and
"Florida, under the Act
March WJston 3, 1897. course of a conversation showed to return to' camp.. R. Hall. Jimmy was .5)w
I ing preliminary to getting !
her the poem and gave his permission -
to have it printed. We are Mrs. Arthur H. King was reminded Air Corps at the University '
CARR SETTLE, Publisher proud to print in this column: of her son, Pvt. Owen Winn of souri a few months ago \| I
.... ----- War MemoriesI'm the Marines, when she saw the axe fell and many j i
Subscription Kntc-:2.50 Per Year sitting by the window, waitingfor film, "Attack," here this week, for were sent to the Infantry. (
AdTcrtifllng Rate Oil Application. you son, it was his division which made the all over again with the foot I
As I did so many years ago, 'Sweet landing at Arawe. Owen was driv- he has learned to like it I
and welfare heart. when you were very ing a jeep at that time but so far well, especially since being :
Devoted to the advancement young, as we have been able to learn no (Continued on Page :
of Clewiston and Hendry County.
It seems that I hear :you walking, one was able to spot him in the
.__ '---- --
film. They did his commanding
your footsteps are so near see
And then I hear you calling, "Hello, officer, Major General Wm. H.
i NATIONAL f DITORIAL_ Mother dear." Rupertus of the Marines and the
iSSOCIATION You tell me of your travels, your director of the entire operation, Lt.
General Walter Kreuger. After this
eats and all the fun
And then about maneuvers and how action Owen wrote that company .,
to use a gun. commendations were sent from the
Commander-in-Chief of the South- Someone with elementary knowledgeof
You take me in your arms and. smile
and seem to say, west Pacific and a commendationwent photographic developing and printing.
Around It's my .duty, Mother, for the dear into the record book of each r6
Sporting old U. S. A. man in his company. He has been Contact Personnel Department, Riddle' f':'
You know my heart is aching to driving a tank since this operationand .'
By Bernard Myers know I've raised a son writes that he has never been McKay Aero College, Riddle Field, for -

Sunday afternoon the fans were Whom Uncle Sam has taken and face to face with a live Jap-that further details. '.
treated to two of the best Softball taught to use a gun. they're dead when they see them .
of the season. The Bucking- I feel so proud of you, jou're not from a tank.
games School from Fort afraid to fight In a recent examination given the ,.- .
ham Gunnery half For this dear old U. S. A. that boys of his company Owen made an -- -. .. .. .
the first -- --
,championship Myers, which in won its league, split a stands for all that's right. excellent grade in mathematics and .( .([- _. _.-, -- --'. .. .-- .. -- -'.- --" ..- q '., :

doubleheader with the high school: Then I wipe away the tears as me- mechanics which will entitle him to
the soldiers winning the second mories fade away, O.C.S. training when he returns to EQUIPMENT FOR RENT ..
first And pray a speedy end of war, when the states. .z
game 4-1 after dropping
one 3-2. Frank Harben, high school you come home to stay. Owen's brother, Machinist Mate
C First-Class James Winn is on a Navy
hit until the
chunker, had a no game
Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Holland have repair ship now stationed at Eni- Contract
last inning when he weakened and Plowing Discing & Harrowing _
learned that their son, Corp. JamesB. wetok Atoll in the Marshall Islands.
allowed the Buckinghamers to get .
Holland, has entered the camp i
two hits and score a pair of runs.
Junior Wilcox, a recent addition to hospital at Camp Chaffee, Ark., for I Pvt. Radford Dunaway, who is
a hernia operation. stationed at Fairmont, Nebr., came Moore Equipment Company '
our ball club, swatted a double with I
down on short furlough to get his
two on in the first game to providethe Clewiston, Fla. Phono 160-AV After 0 T.: M. .
Cpl. Hooky Avant was just about wife and baby at Jacksonville and ,.'
margin of victory. Marty Wal- --:
ready to return to Fort McCain, they came on together to Clewiston ;
didn't dron pitched do badly the considering second game the fact and Miss., ,after his week's furlough for a visit of a couple of days with !:'!LJ':" ='-..;-a. -'---0-:_..__.: --.j.".---, -, ., '" "', r ,":It W'.tt'+ 2vj -,':...'

that he has played nearly every po- ---------- --- -- -- r -- --- -- '._
sition on the team. The high school -
far this has 33 """; <--=- =-- -- ... .
fa season won games : 1rL. J!Iai' -; -
and lost 14, 7 of the defeats comingat .

the hands of the prisoner of war :: .
detachment. I' :: HAVE YOU ATTENDED THE .

BF ..
p 5
Wednesday afternoon Bob Dacey +... .'. ,..
and I spent a strenuous three hours
working out a series of menus for .
football camp. ,Now I can appreciate y
.'. one problem of the housewife and v CLEARANCE SALE .
.. .
the Army. One difficulty was fig- : .:.

uring out the amounts of each, item

needed. Another was eliminating 1 J ,
things that everyone eats and foot-

point ball players of the shouldn't.camp, to get The the whole'boys j.' August 4th to 12th Inclusive ..2. '

in good condition, will be lost if we
can't have well balanced meals.

., ;r" / ALL NEXT WEEK ATClewiston. ,. :
If things work out as planned,
the spectators at the football games t \

this fall will have seats to' watch t-

the met contests.this week The and Athletic'decided Council i : ;: '
on a >
tentative plan for the erection of 3: The .
bleachers on the east .side of the I Toggery Shop

field.proximately The ,300 bleachers people.will The.seat Coun-ap- :

cil also approved a plan for the sale

of season tickets for the games. In ..::: ;'. ..' :::.

case any of you mothers are wor- -- Florida ::.r.') <'. :!:
ried, all the games will be on Friday ;
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I..):' All prospective football players 1 'Yf". HERE ARE REAL BARGAINS ::

are asked to attend a meeting at +
7:30 Tuesday night in my room at
_ ; school. We will discuss plans for vy
the football camp and other mat-
ters. :: In order to make room for new Fall 'lines: The Toggery Shop offers at greatly re- ::

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_*; duced prices odd lots of merchandise. Some items will be priced below cost. Now is your ::
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::_:: chance to purchase extra summer apparel. Some fall articles will be included. ::

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Boys .J. ,: (,

r5I ::_;: Odd Lots of Dresses-Discount 20 to 30% A Few Fabric Purses 0 0 ':'. ; 20% Off :;::;
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'inthe V

.Pinafores and Sun Dresses- Mesh Hose $1.35 2 .'__.'
; were pairs .. 1.00
1 Discount 0 0 . . 20 to 30% .'.
Service f

Play Suits-Discount . 20 to 30% White Shorts .. $1.00 off Reg. Price :;

::: Slack Suits (Broken Sizes)- :;:
This week we received another :;: Discount . 0 . 0 20 to 30% Hats! Hats! Hats! :::
arge picture for our collection, that .
.. .y,
of Pvt. Raymond L. Christian at i

Keesler Field being 'congratulated Coveralls (just the right thing for ._ From 0 .. $2.98 to $10.00 *:f

.'., M.by Goolrick post commander for the largest Col. Robert purchase.E. ::t:: gardening' and picnics) . 20% Off Your Choice One-Fourth original I Price ::_;:- .'
of bonds +
by .
; war any soldier at that .t. ..

Drive.field during The purchase the Fifth was War given Loan as ,:i: Straw Purses, were $3.58, now $2.48Including :=;: .III f.

a half million dollars and this i: ( Tax) Costume Jewelry . 20% Discount :f
brought the field's total .
war bond Investment during this :: MANY OTHER ITEMS NOT MENTIONED GREATLY REDUCED :;:
drive by personnel to well over a 'f

million dollars. Pvt. Christian .y
: formerly operated the Christian i

-J"., 'i. ; flight Chevrolet instructor Company at here Riddle and was Field a :. All Sales Final--No Exchanges :ii_;

" before entering the service. He has .:. -.. .:.
been. in service but a short time. -
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Names Two MembersThe i I wants small furnished
I Keathley Bowden entertained -
: PERSONAL SOCIETYMrs. her bridge club at her home Wed- I'! apartment or room with,
nesday afternoon.The High School Athletic Council -
high score prize went to at a meeting Monday afternoon, I I some kitchen privileges
elected Bernie :
Mrs. J. W. Edelle, a set of glasses, Thompson chairman
I and Mrs. II. R. Hall won the cut and named two new members, fath-}i in quite home. Inquire
ers of boys who will play on this,
prize, a box of coasters. Mrs.
Lemon chiffon pie was served by year's football squad, M. L. Pape Jean Bussell,. U. S.

Dorothy Ray: is visiting her Mrs. H. C. Kenny and Miss Eliza- the hostess to Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs. and There C. A. Martinez.three Engineer Office. "I 1 Itc.
,mother in Ocala this week. beth Kenny left Friday for a visitin Hall, Mrs. R., M. Bishop, Mrs. E. W. are members of the
council in addition
Jacksonville.Mrs. Durst, Mrs. C. E. Johnson, Mrs. W. I to the principaland
coach who arc
: Mrs. Frank Veltri is spending a .- H. Lanier, Mrs. R. C. Wilson and permanent
bers. Their terms are for one
week or two in West Palm Beach. J. K. Rogers is acting as Mrs. G. B. Thomas. and three years with Mr. mem-I VIKING HOTEL
at the rationing of- ---
'. substitute
:' R. M. Bishop was a business visitor fice this week for Mrs. E. C. Mills MARTHA CllnISTIXl.HABE son as the three-year member, W. C. "31st & Collins Ave.
l i :,21 in Orlando over the week-end. CELEBRATES. BIRTHDAYMrs. Owen, two-year and E. E. Gross one- ,
: : who is on vacation.Mr year. The new members will each MIAMI BEACH

::1 :'(, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. 'Prewitt left and Mrs. C. L.'McLendon,and R. M. Hare, Jr., entertainedat serve one year.Committees Efficiencies Carlton Brown&:: Hotel, Mar Rooms.

'! ;' Sunday on a business-trip \o Baltimore son, Lamar, have returned from a her home Tuesday afternoon witha t the council were to supervise appointed the within acti--, Ya block SUMMER to beach RATES and buses ,

'" Md. i birthday party honoring the third
: vacation trip to vities
during the football season and Former operators Churchill Hotel
1-..' __ I birthday of her daughter, Martha
i 1i : :Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Morrison left I Christine.A tentative arrangements were made
. Mrs. Belle Mathis was called to for the erection of bleachers and sale
,,(- Saturday for a two weeks' vacation Montgomery, Ala., the past week- pink, white and blue color of season football tickets.

'.:. n trip to Fort Lauderdale._ end by the. serious illness of her scheme was used for decorations and
v I brother. refreshments of individual cakes, Air Scouts Hold G. M. FORD "
t. Fred I. Hill of Birmingham was ice cream and cokes were served to

here for several days this week!'! on Mrs. Glen Etherton and daughter, those attending. Miniature boxes of Meeting TuesdayThe Civil Engineer and Surveyor ':

t',,,- business. I I'J Glenda Sue, returned Sunday from gum drops'were also given as favors; Specializing In Everglades ;
" .'- I Tampa where they had been visit- Attending were: Jo Ann Crouch, Clewiston Air Scouts held a Surveys

'> Mrs. R. R. Walker returned Sun- ing for a couple of weeks. Carline Beiner, Sandra Cochrane, meeting on Tuesday night at the
::- day from a two-weeks' visit with Helen Prewitt, Mary, Judy and home of Frank Conkling and choseas Phono 66 Clewiston, Fla.

relatives in Wauchula. Mrs. C. H. Berner, Mrs. H. A. Becky Francis, Cynthia and Nancy a name for their" patrol, the 1
Bestor, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. C. L. Bolton, Ronnie and Beverly Egley, Flying 75's. Other business was discussed 4
,.. Mrs. Doyle Worth and Mrs. J. G. McLendon and Mrs. Leo Inglehart Dorothy and Janet Magill, Dale i Jtnd refreshments of cookies

Sullivan, accompanied by Mis., J. A. spent Thursday in Miami., Geiger, Lee Moorman, Glenda Sue and cokes were served. IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID .I;
.;;" Henderson of Lake Harbor, spent -' Etherton, Henry Thompson, Judy -
yesterday in West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Atwill returned Hetzler, Jennings and Emma Jane
r u;,-a i this week from a vacation Ezelle, Dale Perry, Sandra Swayne, .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..>

Mrs. Hansel McDuffie and daughter 'visit to Key West and other pointson Linda and Jane Lee, Lamar Mc

f Betty, returned Sunday from a the East Coast.C. Lendon, Donald Martin and Mrs.
two-weeks' vacation spent with Curtis Thompson, Mrs. Ken Swayne, FSORSALE
( friends and relatives in Sycamore, E. Miner, returned yesterday Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. C. L. Mc
Georgia. from Savannah, Ga., where he was Lendon, Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mrs.J. .
t.:. called last week by the serious ill- K. Francis,'Mrs R. J. Lee and New two-bedroom furnished home

( ness of a sister. Mrs.: W. N. Martin. and Liquor Package Store for Sale ,

:: J Mrs. G. H. Small returned Sunday MEETING:: Arch Simmons.

from New York City where she
f mfII: spent two weeks visiting her mo- There will be a meeting of the Seminole Package Store

: ther." .:r.. Girl Scout Committee Monday nightat -- -
the home of Mrs M. M. Prewitt.

< Mrs. H. C. Avant was .;:;,admitted

;' Matinee 3 P. 31. Night 7-0 P. M. to Good Samaritan Hospital;' in West With Our, Boys-: : M rr r I
";,' Sat. and Sun. Continuous Palm Beach Saturday for' a major I

3, 5, 7, 9 P. :M.: operation. ,',
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WEEK BEGINNING AUGUST 6 Bernie son Jr.,' 'left Sat- ed to a mine-laying detachment. So : ...
far he haven't handledany y
1. says, they
SUX. & :MON.: AUG.: 6 & 7 I urday for Fort Myers to spend a explosives-are just being y ? '
few days with his. aunt, Mrs. C. H. ,

:U.G STPI@ GOW Thaggard. ),,;;' traps coached and in other just modern how to trickeries plant booby of I Wanted o Local Girl I

warfare. He has also had a little
*,& 'toY Pfc. Jimmy Hall is spending' a A
experience with the Army's"new
BROADWAY furlough here this week from Camp 57 m.m. anti-tank gun which, he l.:. .A:- '
i: !3 t Rucker, Ala., with, his parents, Mr. A
.. says, can satisfactorily cope with .. ... .... ......., ,..
Z, OOmIM< ;"rw fb and Mrs. H. R. Hal1j '-J| ': any built.' tIVror' any other tank I:t;.: 4 !p .'- /:''''r.:NIIN1N11/: :NN: : :NNNNNI: : : : Iws;.

Mrs. R. A. Dobbin and baby I A
Geo. :Murphy: & Gamy Siin daughter, Roberta Alexis, have returned Il l h
Also; Mrs. M. M. Prewitt hands us ..- ...
CARTOON- Buckingham home Field.from the hospital at Mauryne and Pat's address in'1lem- :i.: To Manage A' High-Class Package +
I phis and asks that it be publishedso

TUES. & WED., AUG. 8 & 9 Mrs. P. M. McIntyre and Miss that if any Clewiston boy may be :: Store, ,No Connection With Lounge. Ex- :;:
"Make Your Own there at any time he will know
Leah Richaud spending this
are where to locate"them.. They have S
Bed"Jack week on a vacation trip to pointson cellent Pay. In Clewiston. *
plenty of room to take care of any ..
the East Coast.
Carson & Jane Wyinaii Clewiston boy who'may be stranded -
-- I. there for' a night or two. So : \
,, Also Cartoon Y .
,1 Misses Margaret Von Mach,
clip out the following address boys.It .
Nell Cornette, Louise Roath, :: ::
,', TIIURS. & FRI., AUG. 10 & 11 Edythe may be valuable. 1961 Nelson Call Collect 8887 W. Palm Beach or =:
and Grace Knight were visitors in Ave., Memphis, 4, Tenn.
LaBelle Sunday afternoon.Pvt. :!: :
r: .. write Palm. Beach Liquors 2020 N.. Dixie ..
Walter Vaughn, son of Mr. and : :

r rI spending. Jerry a two-week Adams who furlough has been herewith Mrs. Harry T.. .Vaughn, recently en- :: Highway, West Palm Beach. ::;
listed in the U. S. Navy and today i
his aunt and uncle, Dr. and y,
completes his first week in boot
Mrs. W. L. Lott, is leaving tomor- t .
training at Camp Peary, Williams- .. .
row to return to Camp Rucker, Ala., burg, Va. He will be there eightto -'I--opw: -'-<' ......, :- a
where he is stationed with an En-
: ten weeks.
I gineering Combat Battalion. '
; '1l'toon-X ws
I,: ''" __ 1TH- John A. Stone returned Saturday Slight Excess In ;:: swIw i i,
; rSA'l'UBDAL, AUGUST .'. '
E from Minneapolis, Minn., where he : ..:-- :
' \ GEORGE had gone to take Mrs.. Stone, who Rainfall For JulyThe

I '.' \ ANNABELLA jn :-pRY was recently released from Tampa i iA
:(, Hospital and will spend the' remainder records of the United States Alston's Drug Store it
;. of the summer with a daughterin Sugar Corporation for' the Western
eOtAERt100 A Minneapolis. Mr. Stone remained Division show that there was a

'1. RENT TAYLOR qL. there for two weeks. slight excess of .732 inches of rain-

V .. f fall for the month of :July and daily A
t11so ('.1IIT00N and Pvt. Radford Dunaway left Sat- rains since August came in show a :: WILL BE CLOSED FOR : :!: ,
uiday after a two-day visit with his considerable excess to date but still. y :
; mother, Mrs. F., L. Dunaway. He a deficiency for the year. y.
is stationed at Fairmont, Nebr., and The heaviest rain of the :year was
his wife and baby who accompanied recorded here Saturday when 2.03
H him here will return, to Nebraska inches was measured at Townsiteand 11130 Days Beginning Aug. 9
with him. They have been in Jack- Thursday's rain was almost as :
Chapter No. :
son vi le. heavy with 1.80 ,inches. Another

.e nunu wnn na --- heavy rain Tuesday -measured 1.67 :
If you haven't already bought inches. Monday there; was no rain

ZI} 'i:2: '.':n,':: L -t.: : ;:ifrt your "E" bonds, do so at once. and Wednesday only .06 inches. :: While Parker Wilson, manager and druggist, :A:
showed .10 of an
Sunday's shower
:, :: is undergoing medical treatment :;:

,r. *****.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:. inch.The total for the week ending 9- A A
a t. yesterday shows almost six inchesof .:. ..

J. E. BEARDSLEY rainfall low spots and some indicates water that standingin the :: During this period the store will be thoroughly :::

ground, even after drought condi- :_: renovated, altered and redecorated. :::
Real Estate tions, is now getting.pretty wet

t PH. DOWNEY TO SPEAKDr. :: Those having regular prescription needs ::

:\- RUTH R. BEARDSLEY :: should obtain a month's supply before the date is
Edward P. Downey, pastor of X X
the First Presbyterian Church of of closing.1 -
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Fort Lauderdale, will be the visit- .. ::
Insurance ing minister the.Clewis ton Community ; 'I, '. .- :V
;- : at :: :: t* \" :i:
Church next Sunday and the
t; Sunday following while Rev. D. C. :;: When we re-open in .September: we will :;;:

:: E. Burkhardt M. M. Fowler Hancock to is attend on vacation.these services.All are Invited :_: be able to 'give you the same courteous, efficient A::

: "- Hopkins Building Governor Holland last week appointed :!: service from one of the most modern :!:'

f. A. P. Ashby, Jr., former
auditor for the State Welfare Boardto ::_:: stores in the Everglades. ::_::

Phone 66 or 27R2 the post of Assistant State Audi- A

tor. He succeeds W. F, Powers, A A

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mtlUND Vv"I The .clothes are happy on 1

Cooperation With Mexico II the line; _

They love the wind

/ Big Boost to Agriculture Notes I of an NNUSrn I And and thus.sun.smzll h tied

Washington, D. C. Innocent Bystander: in one pl2ce.

SNARL OVER RECONVERSIONOne The Intelligentsia: Sumner Welles' They Iw/e

Bilateral Exchange of Information, FacilitiesAnd of the worst legislative snarls "Time of Decision," a Book-of-the- lot Y -
x. 1"of
Personnel Does Much to awaiting the senate when it returns, Month special, is rated in Washington r.; _
is reconversion. It has hardly got and London as the most impor- fun

Boost Farm Output.By started on the tremendous task of tant book yet on the diplomatic his- 1\1.tNO,!

putting America back to work at tory of this war and the diplomatic

peacetime production. future of the world. Look mag's

BAUKHAGE Difficulty began last Februarywith color photo of FDR was taken since I I:.

News Analyst and Commentator. publication of the widely publi- his recent illness-the best of him !

cized Baruch Hancock report. yet. And you can't retouch techni- ,

\\VND Service, Union Trust Building know about eradication: the fall Though this at first was hailed as a color! Anita Colby, the darling WNU Features. <

Washington,' D. C. clean up of the infected stalks, the blueprint for peacetime conversion, of the Stork, Morocco and Colony

international sterilization ,of seeds before they- many senators now admit it is woe- set (who made the Powers girl
In a few will now probably, be the are shipped out or planted and other fully inadequate, provides excellent famous), is now feminine director of

cooperation of heated political debate. measures. We, on the other hand, protection for capital and profits, the Selznick Studios, if you will CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

The subject opponents of this benevolent have had the facilities of an officein but little protection against unem pod'n their lorgnette. Eth Barry-

exhausted other Monterey, Mexico, where we are ployment. more is being booked for a lecture

concept will against, having it, probably end assisted in the study of the life and Only comprehensive plan so far tour. Her subject will be the "high

up arguments with the usual statement that habits of the pest at first hand and for real unemployment prevention points U in the. .life of the Barry- HELP WANTED (It-

"cooperation between nations might improving our techniques in fightingit. during the reconversion period is mores" "A soldiers Letter to / "

be all right in theory but it won't contained in the bill written by Sen. Mrs. Luce," in the Nation, shouldbe WANTED-To get In touch with unencumbered 4
lady who would leave home and who
read A Water-
by everybody.
work." Fruit Harley Kilgore of West Virginia. understands chenille machines to make
Mexican Fly
bill bury editorialist complained about a chenille bed spreads for private party in
While this controversy is going on i Kilgore had hoped to see his another
directed city. Transportation furnished.
and down the land, a number of Another large project is sent to the progressive, committeeon New Yorker's one unimportant error Gilbert System hotels Jacksonville 3. Fla.

up scientific gentlemen, who won't lose against the life, liberty and evil pur- education and labor, headed by in the same edition the editorialist'sown

if the administration suits of the Mexican fruit fly. That scholarly Sen. Elbert Thomas of paper apologized for three of its KIMBALL PERSONNEL
their jobs
Mexico Covering 15 Southeastern States.
changes here in Washington, and who insect, flourishing in western Utah. But Assistant President Jim- own. Haw! Hero Commando Executive. Front Office. General

pester themselves not so much about has not disturbed us as yet but my Byrnes, Bernie Baruch, and Wall Kelly's Satevepost fee ($25,000)) and Hotel Better Positions get set now-permanently- Our Specialty.!

votes as about pests, will be calmly preventive measures are being Street's John Hancock, aided by the $25,000 from Zanuck were taxed 309 Wallace S. Bide. Tampa 2, Fla.
worked out and the Mexicans have, $13,000!
reading the reports of an interna- army-navy big business elements, .
to sterilize their own fruitso Operators-Exper. to make "
learned or Inexper.
tional organization which has already pulled the wires and switched the Government uniforms and Carhart '4.
overai's -
proved that it does work. that it can safely enter the United bill into the military affairs com- "Do Nothing Till You Hear From : ; regular work union pay. E. R. Partridge _

The Inter-American Conference on States.As mittee. There it comes under re- Me," which was high on the Hit Inc., Id7l Pryor St.. Atlanta Ga.

_ Agriculture meeting in Mexico City a result of the joint efforts and actionary, egotistic Chairman Rob- Parade only a few broadcasts ago LUZIER'S SERVICE-Openings for salesladies -
studies, an obliging wasp has been (and has garnered a mint for Duke and
will-have concluded its second ses- ert R. Reynolds of North Carolina. territorial distributors in Geor-
imported from Panama, which likes Ellington) written gia and South Carolina. A cosmetic serviceof
sion by that time. It making a The Kilgore bill is an allembracing was by Cootie national reputation. For complete information -
lot of but preceding it was nothing better (in fact likes nothingelse measure designed to insure full Williams, Duke's ex-trumpet genius. write W. T. NICHOLSON Box
progress fruit flies for 15, Sta. E, Atlanta, Ga.Machinery .
all) but these Cootie
it to
another meeting: the United States- production and full employment aft- peddled Ellington for
breakfast, dinner and supper. The $25. Its real is "Con
Mexican commission, reports of er the war, all within the frameworkof name :
has been introduced into Mex- certo for Cootie" Rooms For Sale
whose session have not yet been wasp private enterprise. Surplus prop- are so ,
the of agricul ico as a "predator. The meaning of erty disposal plans are included scarce in navy-crowded Norfolk, ;
made to department ; ; ;
for DREDGE. 50x16; 45 h. p. type C. O. Fair-
that title, you can figure Va., that Herb Fields and bis band *
ture but interested officials know also employment training, coordi- banks Morse semi-Diesel engine; 8 and 4" ,"
yourself. nation (playing at the Palomar) had to centrifugal pump; 3 double drum winches; i:
that when they are made, they will among government agencies 8 lengths 8* galvanized pipe "A" frame 'J
record definite, practical progress. Other projects might be men- and-most objectionable to the reactionaries rent six motor cars to sleep in. and cutter head. Will sell ; unit or will
tioned but this is not meant to be a The name Winchell appeared in the sell equipment separate. Frank P. Stock- :
- They know this because they know -emergency federal un- ton, Eau 'GallIe, Florida. Phone 2701. '"
::. that this commission has already technical article, it is merely the employment insurance. Congressional, Record long before "'"''
record of one' kind of international the current one started worrying ;
. furthered cooperative projects which Lehman Brothers' John Hancock,
., cooperation which has been made effective those in Washington, who have good CAMERASCAMERAS :
have resulted in the saving of many who opposes this, has even stated ;"of
r dollars to both the United States with the admixture of a lit- flatly that he thinks a little unem- reason to worry. His name was WANTED '. !

" and Mexico, to say nothing of promoting tle patience and some wisdom. ployment after the war will be a ; Benj. Winchell. The oldest papers Cash paid for your idle cameras equIp. o... :.
Contax and other
ment. Kodaks. Leica ::
Y' good will in each country Great strides have been made in good thing-to depress wage levels.A : in the files of Congress relate to Ben good cameras lenses and accessories, ,.,:' .
in Mexico in recent and his son Ruggles. The movies and projectors.Trade-ins accepted. :-.
through mutual assistance. The agriculture deal was made by its enemiesto papers ENFIELD'S CAMERA SHOP 409 Lincoln .,\
;, commission has furnished con- years and side by side with this place'the Kilgore bill under Montana's date back to 1758. Radio net. Road, Miami Beach, Fla. Phone 5-7111 -
crete examples of international co- growing progress and increased efficiency Senator Murray, who has works have altered the well-known .:;}

operation.which prove that it is both has developed a feeling of been pressured by Senator George, lines of the song, "Beyond the Blue RAT EXTERMINATORRATS :

possible and practical. mutual confidence on the part of the Hancock and Baruch to kill it. Horizon." The wordage-lies the rising ,.

I Today, more cotton blossoms are two nations which have shared their Meanwhile, the unhappy Murray has sun-has been switched to "the !!! Exterminate them with new im-
proved Killer. Rat-A-Tak. For full V lb. "r
.. unfolding under the Texas sun, more experiences. been receiving brickbats on the oth- setting sun. package send dollar bill to RAT-A-TAK .

;.. American fruit has the assurance Minister Gomez is more than a er side from labor. because of his MFG. CO., oshkosh.\Wisconsin .' .'

, of ripening and fewer cows will perish political appointee. He is a trained stalling. Midtown Vignette: happened ir> :

f-" of tick fever because of Mexican- agriculturist. Under him are many Adequate plans for reconversion the Stork Club the other night. FOR SALE ':'.

. American cooperation-to mention a trained men, a large number who should have been completed before Corp. 'Brod Crawford, former Holly.

,: few of the many positive achievements have attended American universities the congressional recess. But se- wood actor, saw a lieutenant at the Sterling Motor Cruiser gasoline, engines 54'xl2'x32", 150; h.twin-screw p. each; .

c-: attained when wise men sit notably in California. 'Mexico's date, scholarly, unhappy Senator bar, a buddy from Movietown. 3 cabins each with toilet; galley with Propane

,.:, down together to work toward their department of agriculture employees Murray is still sitting on the eggs. He greeted him by his first name, Designed gas stove by Cox oven& Stevens; Delco; copper built by tanks.Gin-

"" common good. are far less subject to political of course. The lieutenant stif gras, best materials obtainable. The boat .
old, but has beautiful lines, is 'very "
The story of this particular effort whims than formerly. PIGEONS AND PICTURES fened and in tones colder than roomy and very complete. Condition ex-

back in of 1942 '' Sophie Tucker's ice-box replied: cellent. Undocumented. Used little. Now In
really begins July at Mexican agriculture is progress- Anxious to insure 'the speediest drydock open to inspection. First time

the first meeting of the InterAmerican ing and turning to the United States possible handling of pictures of the "Address your superior officer as a offered. Duplication cost today $35,000. ..
soldier." After 15 minutes 01 Sacrifice $5,000.00. FRANK P. STOCK- ...
Conference on Agriculture. At for advice and counsel. A veritable
'. fighting in France, one American TON, Eau Gallic, Florida. Phone 2701.
that meeting, energetic Senor Marte parade of Mexican agriculturists public relations officer prepared spe- heated argument the session ended

Gomez, Mexican minister of agri- passes through the office of P. M. cial cases to hold single rolls of 35- when the officer gave the corpora) Electric Skilsaws & Drills-Various sizes, 'f
a direct order. Infringement 01 also air hammers & drills. Large machine
culture took Secretary Wickard Amlee of the Latin divi-
by American
mm. motion picture film. These bolts, pipe,'fittings paint oakum & cotton.
the, lapel, and said, in effect: sion of the bureau of foreign agri- were to be sent to London from the which is punishable by a court mar Hundreds of other items tools & materials.No .
tial. A witness to the priority.'For sale atEastporl Construction -
The Americas all have some agricultural cultural relations. Most of them front by carrier pigeon. A test was episode Co., Talleyrand Ave. at Bond St.,

interests in common. But speak English. If they can't, they made in England, with 20 pigeonssent relayed it to a colonel seated in the; Jacksonville,call Mr.Beckham 5-0200.

Mexico and the United States have can still pool their experiences, out one day. Nineteen of them rear. He was Col. Butch Morgan,

many." thanks to trained one of the real tough guys who fly
interpreters.This have never since been heard from.
our fighting planes. He is the most Fish 'Walks' on WaterThe
roles of 5-mm. film
arrangement is not a war Deciding
New ProjectsThat decorated hero in this war. .
baby. It started before the war and were too heavy, the officer then devised -
started something which Colonel Morgan walked over to the ribbon-bill fish can "walk"on
was an effort is being made to empha- a special carrier for single
continued by a long correspondence size the common problems which ex- three-by-five-inch negatives. No test lieutenant and said: "Lieutenant, the top of the water. It has
between the two countries furthered where do you know Corporal Crawford been known to spin along uprighton
ist in peace time so that the pro-, was made with this carrier, however "
=- by American Ambassador to Mexico '' will rest because G-2 stepped in and ruled from? "Hollywood, sir," the surface of the sea for sev-
'gram on a more perma-
Messerschmidt and Secretary Wick- was the reply. "What did you ,eral hundred yards, giving it the
nent foundation. Of course, some of the pigeons out. Too easy for r,
: ard. Plans laid call him in Hollywood? asked of its tail. '.
were for merging appearance walking on
the war time ventures are embracedin the Nazis to intercept, said G-2,
Colonel "I called
Morgan him
various projects on which there had
the work of the United States- with the possibility that negatives "
Brod, was the answer. "Well
already been some, cooperation and ,
Mexican commission-like the rub- containing valuable military infor-
others which were in the said the Colonel, "when you meet a '
making.As ber mation fall into hands.
growing projects, but the more might enemy
an illustration, let me mentiontwo solid and friend off post, you address him by NERVOUS
profitable arts
his first and don't
name, pulling
projects which go
are supported
by of peace are the basis of the whole HITLER'S HEALTH
both governments. Carrying out your rank on him-and that's a direct
cooperational program. Although intelligence officersaren't
these projects the order from your superior offi
department of saying much about it, Adolf cer." INDIIONoror
: agriculture has
required no extra
War-Time RestrictionsIf Hitler's health has been attracting
propriations from .
congress. It is
think the considerable attention in Washington It has been estimated that 55,000 ,
merely an extension of already ap- you government's war-
lately. Fact is, the Allies have tItJ"
proved programs for getting (gratis) time regulations are too severe in 000 Americans go to the movies &k :
several of checking Hit-
assistance from the Mexicans. In this country, look over this list of ways on every week. The film industry is if

doing it, there has been a bilateral things you can be prosecuted for in ler's physical condition. Captured one place where mediocrity pays
newsreels and still pictures are handsome dividends. Producers Is your stomach on the warpath from
exchange of information, facilities Great Britain these days: ot
and personnel. closely compared with previous B films are'among America's highest war jitters, worry and overwork?
Not washing your empty milk bot- films for clues. Likewise, record- Sufferers from jumpy, nervous indi-
Take the largest project which has tles (dairies are as short on soap). of latest paid executives. Those celluloidsalso gestion find that PEPTOBISMOLheIps

to do with the pink boll worm. Trying to cut ahead a line of peo- ings Hitler's with earlier speeches talks. are reap the most loot. .. Too bring prompt relief from heartburn -

This story starts in Egypt where ple 'waiting for a bus. compared many ambitious youngsters believe distress after meals, gas on the

the wicked foe, of the cotton plant Throwing a crust of bread into Recently, Hitler made two that,beauty is the only qualificationfor stomach. Tastes good and does good
have been speeches in one week. Both were film success. Ask your druggist for PEPTOBISMOLwhen
may flourishing since the the garbage bin.
the German radio. A
broadcast by your stomach is upset.
days of the Pharaohs, for all I know. Going to the seashore (the south
officers and
of Intelligence
Anyhow, the worm turned up in Mex- coast of England and sections of the group Quotation Marksmanship: Ray- A NORWICH PRODUCT
ico in about 1911, having sneaked coast elsewhere diplomats who heard him were'surprised mond Moley: Walks as if balancingthe
are"military areas).
at the tone of his voice.
across the Atlantic from the banks of Buying clothes without giving family tree on his nose. V. ,
the Nile in infected seed cotton. A up "Hitler sounded listless, com- Kitchen: There's no use itching for
coupons. ( shopkeeper who triesto
By 1916 the boll-worm mented one expert. "He sounded something unless you're willing to
4- family had sell clothes without is RHEUMATIC PAIN
grown and some of the more am- involved in the black coupons weary, tired and solemn. There was scratch for it. H. Savoy:, She
bitious members decided market. Sooner no power in his voice, no fire, only a was as light as a feather, and shedidn't Hud not Spoil your Day-G l after It Nor
to migrate or later, he finds himself in court of Don't put off_getting C-2223 to relieve
dispirited tone dejection.
\ again. They took weigh much either. .
wing and flew along with many of his customers.) pain of muscular rheumatismand
across the Rio Grande into the Unit- seemed to be reading.his speech. He A. Bierce: A fork is an implement other rheumatic pains. Caution:
Being consistently
to work in
_;; ed States. Measures were taken the stumbled and went over words and used by a civilized man to put dead Use only as directed. First bottle

against the and morning. sentences several times before get- things in his mouth. Toni Eden: purchase price back if not satisfied.
pest it
; never-got out
Changing your job (without having 60c and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223.
ting them straight.
of control in the main cotton area. the ministry of labor's An American who takes off his coat .
But in the Laguna area in Mexico to work Another expert saw the latest for his country is worth 10 who just
" Driving (it is an offense to
'I- it has a firm hold and southern drive to work along route served newsreels of Hitler last week, was take off their hats to the flag. WNU-7 30-44' .

;v Texas is threatened. Naturally, the by buses or trains however crowded surprised at how paunchy and pale Billy Sunday: Try ;praising you

United States wants to keep all pests they be.) he looked. wife, even if it does 'frighten her at IA -'-.
may to
:, out of the United States and the best Throwing "Hitler has taken on weight, this first. J. Lorimer: The best way CHECK.A J7& It
away a piece of string
r; thing to do about it is what the Mex- (it is needed, for salvage). expert said, "and it's not flatteringto to hold a man is to make him wantto \ .r '
him. He to be IN !DAYS ;
icans want most to do-destroy them Selling an American lend-leased seems letting him- hold you. Maude Warren- js
," the self go and apparently isn't gettingas der: is able to '
'. .at source. alarm clock. (Only workers who Everybody give "-.
much exercise as a lot of his
So, American experts from the de- have to get up between midnightand pleasure in some way. One person; tahe

partment of agriculture have taught 5 a. m. are given these men who are running backward. His may do it by coming into a room, T

their Mexican colleagues what we mits.) per- eyes also look hollow. The war another by going out. Liquid for Malarial Symptoms.r .,
isn't agreeing with Adolf Hitler."

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Released by Western Newspaper Union.
j,-l.'... am To keep greens from packing in toast. Sprinkle with cinnamon and
nn GEORGE Ade once wrote "High jars, cut through two or three serve hot.
t '. 1 always prevail in *
; : times with a sharp knife.
the; locker rooms." In washing a sweater, sew the
j',' xwx w ,:.m+Qx+"' u +a.n; .+.wo-4 nn pro"M'rv..axvnrM'etN. ":9 Those east winds are still blow buttonholes together before put-
" Use a card table beside your
I ing as gustily as ever, carrying the ironing board to hold the freshly ting it into the water.

,j : 'ments.same One old of argu them ironed clothes until ready to put *
::1 them A used in of
away. newspaper place a
' How would the golfers
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damp cloth for pressing pants will
of 20
i:) Mac Smith years, Waiter ago- A drop or two of sweet oil on the remove the danger of scorching.The .

.Ka Hagen, Jim cogs of the food chopper or egg iron slides much easier. Use

Barnes, Jock Hut beater once in a while will keep a sheet of plain paper when doing -
them in good condition.ThreePiece. light trousers.To .
chison, Johnny Farrell -

Gene Sarazen,
Y4 : F S Tommy Armour,

': r: Willie Harry Cruickshank Cooper MacFarlane, .Bobby -, I P Sun Suit for Tot 'I I

Byron Nelson and others scoreif ,
obtain complete applique pattern and
they were play- cutting pattern for sun-suit, dress and bon
I", ing tournament golf today? I ., net for the Cherry Sun Suit (Pattern No.
1-' The record books will 'show you 5737) send 16 cents in coin, your name.
address and the pattern number.
that 20 a golfer 'could
years ago
Due to an unusually large demand and
win almost any tournament by 9 current war conditions slightly more timeis
shooting par golf. The United States required in filling orders for a few of the
Open at Oakland Hills in 1924 was most popular patterrroiumbers.

won by Cyril Walker with socres of Send your order to:

: N Y 74-74-74-75 297. Bobby Jones fin- /(
3 t'1 i.:. rV r. ar c'} ,F'i ,, r G ty9f! p !, ished second with a total of 74-73- ,f'\---"f SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
530 South Wells St. Chicago.
75-78-300. s--
/ Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to
,, .:. When the United States Open was \ cover cost of mailing) for Pattern
:- again held at Oakland,Hills, in 1937, No
: Pleasant Thought for Pie-Hungry Families! 10 golfers finished under Walker's 1

f (See Recipes Below) winning score of 1924. Four others a \f Nam"j
tied it and Ralph Guldahl won the Address :
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N:' Pies Aplenty title with 284 strokes. II II
Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu I

f ;' Pies. are good eating, even in the Modern GolfThe I

warmest weather. And better still, Sliced Salami and Bologna Masters' tournament of 1942 LiS St. !
there are pies for season and Chive Salad Josep'WORLD I I IsuREa
f; every Cottage Cheese- highlighted the near perfection of SV HONE ..i
every'mood. Green Onions Radishes Celery of modern golf. At the halfway'mark !
For summer you may like juicy, Muffins with Raspberry Jam I of 36 holes Ben Hogan was eight ? LARGEST SEUEB AT is* ,i
luscious berry pies, their gay' color- 'Lemon Chiffon Pie I strokes behind Byron Nelson. In the ii i

\ ful fillings peek- "Recipe Given old days a man that far off the :
: "" ing ,out of a lattice pace settled for "also-ran money." Gather Your Scrap ; *
d = crust. Or
ti.fi'.:. J' arj( < may take the easy you half the sugar, then salt, rind and But not diminutive Ben. He burnedup Throw It at Hitler! :
the stretch with golfto
; fruit juice. Cook over boiling water phenomenal
r. and
Ilr h I way chiffon pies prepare light 10 minutes until mixture thickensand wind up in a tie with Nelson at 1!
strokes better than
coats the 280-eight par.
: S' and airy as a spoon.
feather, with Stir hot fruit juice or boiling water The two men went into the play- LIGHTENS ,

to make into flavored gelatin. Beat with off, one of the greatest nerve shat- TANNED
easy -
": crumb crusts that require no bak- the hot custard. Cool thoroughly until terers in sport. Usually athletes in DARK SKI N-

ing., Whatever the type, you're.cer. mixture begins to set, then breakup play-offs are expected to crack a 1.1< 5737 ( SS kin LlpbteoaUnned, externally dark caused.blotchy this

i (L tain to enjoy them. while making meringue. To make bit. to vield- to the overwhelming -F qnick[ 'aeting.l-s Ue.

e: Full of the goodness of golden meringue,. beat egg whites until pressure. They tighten up. But Nelson : BRIEF sun-suit tiny dress d r ,,?' + Whlt.!i.r'7 edited- '. .,'
or lfnot.atirfledMen.yBack.2seatdnieaits.
fluffy and gradually add remainderof and Hogan reversed the usual A Fr..S.m.
i !; peaches is this fruity pie: twice ,
is made as gay by ..
T :? Fresh Peach Pie. sugar. Carefully fold meringue form. They played the toughest a: Dept.pl T.Box:264.Atlanta.Cm.
into filling and pile into crumb crust. course in the United States in beau- means of a bright cherry spray ap DR.FRED: PALMER'S
)r-1 4 sliced fresh peaches air SKINWHITENER
cups The matching
plique. .open
Place: in refrigerator until well set, tiful totals., Hogan scored a two-
y, 1 cup sugar bonnet is made perfectly flat and
Itt 'about 2 hours. -Serve"cold..-
under-par 70. Nelson fired a 69 to
G 4 tablespoons flour then buttoned together to form a
Lime Chiffon Pie Use lime in
I t 1/2 teaspoon 'cinnamontablespoon : win the title._ little Soothe relieve heat rash .
hat. Whole set takes but ma-
1Fill butterpastrylined above recipe in place of lemon. This doesn't mean that Hogan and and help prevent it with "
terial and is a summer joy for any
Green be added to intensify EAT
coloring may V Mezsana, the soothing,;
i;, ; pan with fruit the color. Nelson were necessarily superiorto youngster. Pattern includes sizes medicated powder. Sprinkle
( mixture, sprinkling the peaches with the golfers of a score of years 2, 3 and 4 years. this cooling, comfort-
t sugar and flour mixed. Sprinkle Cornflake Crust ago. Today's scores were impossible ing, astringent powder
:', with cinnamon and dot with butter. 4 cups rolled cornflakes 20 years ago. The modern golfer well over heat irritated

Cover with a top crust and bake 10 Vs cup butterY benefits from the many improve- Shanghai ,KellyFew "THE E A J skin.in Costa larger little.sizes.Big All savings the-

minutes in a 450-degree oven and 30 cup sugar ments that help produce low scores. family will like Mezsana.
minutes in a moderate (350-degree) Roll cornflakes fine. Melt butterin These advantages include steel- shanghaied
*> oven. Serve warm. pie pan, add sugar and crumbs shafted clubs, a longer ball, the more sailors than Shanghai Kelly,
Any of the berries may be used in and mix thoroughly. Press evenly dynamiter and infinitely better fair- who kept a notorious saloon on the
this the basic is the and firmly around sides and bot-
pie as recipe ways and greens. San Francisco water front in the
same. Try it several times with tom of pie pan.French. The dynamiter-or blastersavesthe 1870s( says Collier's. Yet no one I

blueberries, raspberries, blackberries Apple Pie. average professional players a ever saw a drugged seaman car-

or loganberries: Make pastry for one-crust pie. Fi few strokes on nearly every round. ried out of the place. DES 10 o ao
Fresh, Berry Pie. into pan and flute Good golfers have lost their fear of thrown
All Kelly's victims were
;.' 1 quart fresh berries edges. Chill, fill traps. They lay the ball near the pin down chutes that landed them in Cone DRI d S

% to 1 cup sugar with apples (for /4 from almost' any kind of a trapped' waiting boats beneath the building.
4 tablespoons flour 9-inch pie, use 4 v lie.

2 teaspoons quick-cooking tapioca cups sliced apples -' N'

Yz teaspoon cinnamon 1;: cup sugar, One Difference **************************
1 tablespoon butter 1 L teaspoon cinnamon 1 The old timers putted on hard,

Fill pastry-lined pan with berries. and 1 table- 4n 'unwatered greens. Their speed was i Americas Favorite Cereal'!, -
Sprinkle with sugar and flour. With spoon butter) no more constant than New Eng-

half of the berries Then sprinklewith land weather. Fairways, after a dry

r in the pan, crumb topfit' spell, were baked to a hard, rough '
cover with tapi- l ping: surface. Today's golfer plays on 4ft \

oca, then with re- Yz cup butter well-watered, soft greens. Fairwaysare
maining berries, /' Yz cup brown sugar well kept and smooth. The rough *
cinnamon and 1 cup flour '
is controlled. i
butter. If the berries Bake 45 minutes to one hour until I CORN FLAKES

are dry, apples are done and topping is deli. I Many of the men who made golf ,'

sprinkle with 1 or cately browned. Serve warm. popular in this country would sneer FOodS"-llKK .f
The Grains are Great '
at the suggestionthat 4 _
2 tablespoons wa- Want Good Pastry? '
: ter. Cover with An old saying goes that "A pie Jones,. Hagen, Kellogg's Corn Flakes bring you : p *

,+ ,., top crust and bake in a hot oven 10 is as good as" its crust." No truer Sarazen, Mac Smith Y.ha.y nearly all the protective food elements COHN' *
minutes and in a moderate oven 30 words were ever spoken. Unless the and the others could of the whole grain declared essential *
\ c-' minutes. crust is.short, tender and flaky, the not have scored as to human nutrition. F .'? ,
Pie Substitute berries most luscious low as the mod- IAFs : *
Blueberry : Vh tablespoons juiciest or
lemon juice for cinnamon. can do nothing for the pie. Here are ern players. Theyhonestlybelievethat *****************_ *

Lemon Chiffon Pie. the rules:
3 egg yolks 1. Keep all ingredients and bowls not more than two

?4 i cup sugarY well chilled. or three of today's
teaspoon salt 2. Don't work over the piecrust.The players would have
1 tablespoon grated lemon rind lazier you are, the better the had the ghost of a

Yi cup lemon juice, strained crust. chance- in national KILL THB ENEMYwho's
4 tablespoons lemon-flavored gelatin 3.: Use a minimum of water for competition 20 years Gene Sarazenago. <.

Yz cup boiling water moistening. Golf, they feel, ..
3 whites has been simplified to such an extent '
egg Two-Crust Pie Pastry. after your i
,.... teaspoon: cream of tartar I (Nine-inch) that it isn't'the test of skill it gELOOD' '

Cornflake Crust 2 sifted flour once was. \ .
Beat egg yolks with a spoon in top 'I teaspoon salt We straddle the fence on the en- .
of the double boiler. Stir belief that .'
in one- ?6 cup shortening tire question. It is our ;j
4 to'6 tablespoons ice waterTo the best of the old timers if they .

I II make pastry, sift flour once, were at the peak of their form today t1 :, ,ti

' Lynn Says add salt and then sift again. Mix -would be as good as the best of Spray FLIT on all. mosquitoes it's an easy '.
1 one-half of shortening into flour and the modern players. And we also to kill 'em quick. Best of all it wipes out
I Bit of All Right: Baking pow- I cut into mixture finely. Add remainder believe that the present-day top- the mosquito that spreads !'
t der biscuits are extra special of shortening and cut into notchers would have been topnotchers Ktway Yes! Flit not only mows _down this

" when sprinkled with orange or flour until mixture has the ap- 20 years ago. F; ? of disease but kills the baby .
lemon or cinnamon sugar before pearance of coarse meal. Golf is more than a matter of Anopheles, when sprayed on stagnant waters I '
baking.: Biscuits dressed up like Blend lightly, using just enough clubs, balls and course condition.Two where it breeds.Arm yourself with Flit,today '):,a

t ? this go well with main dish sal- water to hold mixture together. Rollon of the qualities most necessaryto '
floured cloth and fit to pastry tin. determinationand kills flies, ants,
\ ads.Fruit reach the top are '
cups are best when chilled concentration. These were the FLIT moths, bedbugs J
this'combination // you wish additional instruction for Kills,1 all mosquitoes.
thoroughly. Try : possessions of many oldtimers.The 'l strmst..rseesN
canning fruit or berries, write to Miss ?- Oopr.tslt
;, Cooked prunes, canned yellow Lynn Chambers, 210 South ,Desplaines individual still counts most.
cling peaches, orange segments, Street, Chicago 6, Illinois. Please enclose Byron Nelson, Ben Hogan, Jug Mc-
peach syrup, honey and lemon stamped, self-addressed envelope for your Spaden are the same kind of play fiSK JJOkinffYlUQVffOHMNSf

juice. reply.Released. ers as Hagen, Jones and Sarazen.
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ty representative, A. E, Klrcman,1! ]I I
State of
Water Control trict. Most of those attending this I Belle Glade, E. L. Stewart, R. K. Florida offer for sale and will receive NOTICE OP PUBLIC HEARING
meeting felt ,that while there mightbe Lewis of West Palm Beach, R. Y. I competitive bids In Tallahassee.
Florida, at 12:00 o'clock NOON Sep- Monday. August 7th, 1944. at 4:00
some similarity: in the problems Creech of Belle Glade, Richard tember 5th, 1944. for lands In HENDRY P. M. United States Eastern War Time,
(Continued from Page 1) there were too many differences. to I Oelkers representative-elect from COUNTY, Florida, described. as follows Is fixed as the date and time when,
: and the City Hall in the City of Clew-
:program which might be brought make such a plan feasible. Dade County, C. K., Davis, head. of S% of Section 3, Iston is designated as the place where,
'' before the legislature.The Soil Conservation Service of this N/4 of Section 13, the City Commission shall hold a public -
the dinnerwas "
Following meeting a S% of Section 15, meeting for the purpose of considering -
meeting' grew out of a recent served at the Inn featuring area from Fort Lauderdale, John S1/. of Section 31, Township 46 and acting upon the assess-
'meeting at Silver Springs to discuss molasses-fed T-bone, Wigginton, secretary to Mr. Cald- South, Range 31 East, containing ment roll of acting as a Board of
I I Clewiston 1280 acres;-...,more or less. Equalization, of hearing complaintsand
f. 'water conservation at which time steaks. The group left around nine well, L. L. Stuckey of Pahokee, THIS NOTICE is published in compliance receiving testimony as to the valueof
stated that he planned Walter Hooker of Belle Glade, Sam with Sections 270.07. 270 0_ and any property real or personal as
'Mr. Caldwell where 'm -
r. I If | o'clock for West Palm Beach 210. !i- Florida Statutes 1941. fixedb the' Tax Assessor; and perfecting -
Ho visit the 'glades and talk with:!I Mr. Caldwell was the principal speaker Chastain of Pahokee, Circuit Judge The TRUSTEES reserve the right to reviewing and ,equalizing the
people here concerning this prob-| Sheriff's convention there Joe White of West Palm Beach andE. reject any and all bids. 1943 tax assessment.
expressed at the BY ORDER of the Trustees of the This notice dated this 21th day of
r. lem. He has recently yesterday. E. Kelly of Clewiston. Internal Improvement Fund of the July
:himself as believing that the water I State of Florida. I : W. BIGG.
Among others attending the meet- SPESSARD L. HOLLAND, Clerk City CommissionCity
control problems of the Everglades If you are not helping your coun- .
,. Governor. of Clewiston.
area are so closely connected with ing were D. C. Coleman, try by buying Bonds then you should Attest: July 28, Aug. 4.
2. central Florida that he Dade County senator-elect, Howard start today. F. C. Elliott. Secretary
:: those I Belle Glade John Bolling- Trustees I. I. Fund. "
r' thought it might be wise to include Haney Aug. 4, 11, 18. 25, Sept. 1, 1944.
:. Florida counties -j er of West Palm Beach and B. El- NOTICE TO CREDITORS .
p. several more central (1933 Probate Act, Sec 110,
Palm Beach count LEGAL NOTICES 128)
Dis liott of Pahokee _
r, in the Everglades Drainage 1....
t' ------ Tallahassee, Florida, June 10, 1944 JUDGE COURT HENDRY OF COUNTY THE COUNTY, FLOR-

,: -- NOTICE Is hereby given that the in re: Estate of
Pursuant to Chapter 22079 Laws of TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL, IM- JOHN ELMORE Deceased.
Florida, Acts of 1943, notice is here- PROVEMENT FUND of tho State of TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS
[ CLEWISTON by given that a public meeting will Florida, offer for sale to be sold to HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
be held In the office of the County tho highest bidder, in Tallahassee, AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
Superintendent of Public Instructionof Florida, at 12:00 o'clock NOON, Au- You and each of
are hereby
Florida, in the gust 1, 1944 the following lands In notified and you
Hendry County
required to
I present any
: GOLF COURSE Court House at LaBelle. Florida, on I HENDRY COUNTY, State of Florida: claims and demands which you or
I:. Thursday August 17, 1944 at 2 0'-1. Three North(3)Half, (N%) of _, Section either of you. may have against the
: clock P. M. for the purpose of explaining estate of John Elmore, deceased, late
South of Section Thir-
Half S%
( )
and discussing a proposed increase teen (13), of said County to the County Judgeof
: of than five percent (5 ,
more Hendry County, Florida at his office
North Half (N%) of Section Fifteen -
percent) in the budget for the year in the court house of said Countyat
o 1944-1945 as compared with the bud- Township Forty-six (46) South, LaBelle, Florida, within eight -
f. get for the preceeding year. Range Thirty-one (31) East calendar months' from the time of the
Containing 960 acres, more or publication of. this notice. Each
.. Chairman County Board of less. claim or demand shall be in writing
w- Public Instruction, 'Hendry This Notice is published in com- !and shall state the place of residence
: County, Florida. pliance with Sections 253.12 and 253.12, and post office address of the claim-
{ Weather for Your ATTEST: Florida Statutes 1941. I ant, and shall be sworn to by the
',':. Ideal C. E. 4 Weaver, Superintendent. The Trustees reserve the right to reject claimant, his agent, or his attorney,
Aug. 11, 1944.
any and all bids. I and any such claim or demand not so
Exercise -- BY ORDER of the Trustees of the filed shall be void.ELTHEA .
: Favorite Internal Improvement Fund. ELLIS EL IORE,
Tallahassee. Florida SPESSARD L. HOLLAND, As'administratrix of the Estateof
July 28, 1944 Governor. As executor of the Last Will
NOTICENOTICE Attest: and Testament of John Elmore,

c..:..:..:.:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:ti June F. C. 30 Elliot, July Secretary 7, 14, 21, Trustees.28, ,1944. July 21 deceased., 28. Aug. 4. 11. 18. hI
is hereby given that _the ,'l
.J -
ft FUND of the State of
.: Good Greens ," .. Florida offer for sale and will receive
'i>ill1illlllll'II I
: competitive bids in Tallahassee. Flor- lI I lIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIII; 1111I1I11I111! rt.>llllIlllIillll ''ftlllIlIllIllIlIll !IIIIIIIIIIIIII X 111111I11IIII[
,' '-. ida, at 12' o'clock NOON, September5th
': .i"-: 1944 for lands In HENDRY COUNTY .
; \ Florida described as follows: I

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..) n South W%, Range Section 32 3.East Township, containing 4C 'z''z'.. ...'

320 acres, more or less. Help I Provide More Guns "
'- .' THIS NOTICE is published in com- *
...0' ;. ,. .." pliance with Sections 270.07 270.08, :)
:' Own Friends 'There and 270.09, Florida Statutes 1941. 'z' .,. I
Meet Your The TRUSTEES reserve the right to y ; ryY;
t to reject any and all bids. :: x
BY ORDER of the Trustees of the .. *
Internal Improvement Fund of the f BUYf.-. 1y X
State of Florida.
: i SPESSARD L. HOLLAND, .. f y<' ?y 9'N. x ...
S Governof. .:.
'y. :
Attest: I .:. WAR
E>: } F. C. Elliott, Secretary I
Trustees I. I. Fund. I
Aug. 4, 11, 18 25, Sept. 1, 1944. BONDS Y
; ; yi

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