The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01031
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:01031
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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"p' County Over-subscribes I Ii. March Greer Garson of Dimes, Makes FilmIn I I State. Approves School '

:i.._',." Sixth War Loan Quota Foundation cooperation for Infantile with the Paralysis National, I Bond Issue Of $450,000Sgt.

I ..'.,.' Greer Garson, known as the "ladyof --- '"' '
' -
, ._._ co -
; Mercy for; the March 'of Dimes,"
Miracle of Hickory" based on the
f:'"' .: On Over-All Quota; Lose To Moore polio epidemic last summer In Hic' Prisoner of War Monday To Discuss

v;,:: kory, N. C.
t Election Plans
Low On "EV
Haven and LaBelleThe This featurette' will be shown at Mr. and J A. McGehee have
::- / __ _- each performance at Dixie Crystal received word through ,the International -' -
.: Final figures released this week Theater during the March of Dimes Red Cross that their son State Superintendent Colin Eng
:r,. I Tigers,, and Tigerettes got through 31. ]lish gave the green light to plansof
<' by the State War Finance Committee to'a Week, January Staff Sergeant Wilbur McGehee, 1st I
bad start in the 1945
-:',... .' and received by C V. Parkinson away Last year the theatres of Florida a Prisoner of War in Germany. The the Heniry County School Boardto
at Moore Haven
>:- basketball season collected total of, $78,734.00 or an float a $450,000 bond issue for
;,; chairman of the Hendry Coun- a information came in a telegram"
''f-- ':;.. ty Sixth War Loan Drive, show that Friday night of last week when the average of 49 cents per seat for from the War Department received new J school buildings and improve-
Moore Haven girls' team, paced by
County its quota each theatre in Florida. In 1944 ments to existing school structuresin
,.1 Hendry surpassed Terrierette forward' here Saturday night after the' Red
'"T., for this December drive by fourteen the hard-hitting March of Dimes moviegoers of Cross had reported to Washington the Clewiston district when E. M.

s"-;.; per cent, the total sales being Evelyn Dyess ran roughshod over America contributed a total bf $4,- Sgt. McGehee, a gunner aboard a Cornette, chairman of the board,
the Tigerettes to win by a score .">f I
Dr. C. E. Weaver, county superin-
't/ hand-
,. $593,388 against a quota of $522- 667,000-an American charity B-17, was reported missing after
41 to 7 and the Tigers after ,coming tendent and ''B. D. Keck architect
:,:. a00. led 'the American: way. All are asked a bombing raid over Austria on No-I
behind to tie the in
} from score 'consulted hini in Tallahassee Mon:
to see this film and "give so that vember 16. Officers 'of his squadron
the third quarter were never quite "
overall 'day. .
others may live. ,.
then wrote the family to tell
able to pull ahead were finally
down on sales of. Series "E" bonds, defeated by the Moore Haven boys them .that the plane on which he The estimated cost of the entire

'f', those purchased, in smaller was flying appeared to have been program was $559,000, including
J;; nations, by the individual denomi-I by a score of 41 to 29. PIONEER EDITOR OF under complete control and headed i quite a number of recreational facilities
results much different
.r. "' only 92 per cent of the The were for neutral territory when it'' went additions to present buildIngs -
in the fines'with!, : LaBelle here and other improvements which
! ,_ this series being sold or $50,888 down with every hope that the plane
'P'. against a quota of $55,000. Probably Tuesday ,r ,afternoon but both the 'GLADES HOWARD had been landed safely or that the may be added as post-war projects
' .'. local tea'nis" lost to the LaBelle since-Mr. English said that he could
1f ', a greater effort than ever before crew had been able to parachute to _
i' was made to reach this "E" teams bynarrow margins. The safety. 'Apparently the crew got out not ask the State Board to approvea

:_ bond quota but to no avail. girls'. game was particularly exciting SHARP DIED IN WPB safely but failed to make it to neu- bond issue greater than ten percent
;,.l The state exceeded its "E" bond and the visiting girls were'' able tral territory. I of the non-exempt valuation

); quota by 18 per cent and its overall to'pull out in front in the closing This is the "third known which would bring the issue to

::" quota by 27 per, cent. Total sales minutes of the game to win by a Howard Sharp, 70, a pioneer ton boy to be a prisoner of Clewis'-I $450,000'and will provide most of

r __ of "E" bonds were $36,599,217; score of 12 to 9.. The boys' game newspaperman of' the Everglades, mans. The others are Lt. Edwin 0. the 'needed school facilities. Mr.

I" ,:, against a quota of 31 millions- and was a much, freerer scoring affair passed away at a' hospital in West .Ward and Lt. G. M., Ford, Jr. English also told the group that the.Stat'e .

{.'., $161,153,766 overall with a quota (Continued on Page 10) Palm Beach Saturday following an ----- Board would purchase half of
n-z of'127 millions. illness of about three months. In- the'' bonds at 2 % per cent and would

,. r2t', ;,., The largest purchase of bonds in 'Kiwanis Club Hears terment was at Port Mayacca ceme- Bombing Areas. Are be willing to take the latest ma

;'f'f" ,1: :;'" Hendry, County, .as. usual, was made I Discussion tery Monday afternoon with Everglades Announced For Lake turing half.,
of New
? by' the United States Sugar Corporation Lodge 211 of Pahokee: hav- The group discussed plans with

: ., and other large purchases were I School Building PlanE. ing charge of the graveside service.Mr. By War Department the state architect throughout the
9 [ reporter for the I Monday and several minor
,- ,t-:, made by other corporations. .Purchases Sharp was a day
',;'-}+( made by the' Everglades Palm Beach, Post for six years prior Four bombing areas have been changes' were mentioned, but, on the

;:.:;' Drainage District, the State n adJ M. Cornette, chairman and 1 to coming to the Everglades in that prescribed in Lake Okeechobee for' whole, the plans prepared by Architect -

:;! Department, the State Board of Ad- Clewiston\ member of the Hendry year and taking; over the ,management practice bombing by students from Keck were well thought of by

::;, ministration, 'and others helped to County school board, gave a most 'of the Democrat at Moore Ha- the U; S. Naval Air Station at the board

J swell the county's overall sales interesting talk at Kiwanis' Club ven. After only a comparatively nana 'River' and navigation Ba-I Mr. Cornette has called a special
Wednesday' night in which he explained short -time'there, he moved to Canal tions have been issued by the meeting of the board for Mdnday

.., ; County Shows High to the members the steps Point and established the Ever- Department. ,night when it is expected there will
I which have been taken to date for glades News, the best equipped be present bond attorneys to give
,:. /- Percentage of Gain the floating of a bond issue for new newspaper shop in the lake area, Each of these areas is one mile in I j information as to correct procedurefor

',school buildings and, improvementsto and soon, through his",'very able and diameter and military operations .s t tare advertising the bond election
a;::: In Xmas Seal Sales : -mld *it:"onS'-'oPthe. .:to be" the"dropping from lowflying "
fearless writing < bonds
the, existing, i/sr i&gJ'iilHnt.; ; ;/ and preparing _the forsale.
*"J- A" *T SfcMr. 1 naval aircraft sattargets located -
:;" ,. ,_ ':.. -(1 4l'; Cornetteexplained the needfor' 'most widely< read weekly papers in 'of'these j This week a front elevation 'viewof
at the centers areas i -
F. Deane Duff county 'chairman I a new high school building .,and I the state. miniature, 'non-explosive bombs the proposed new juniorseniorhigh
the plans construct. plant which He continued to operate the paper school building is on displayin
a '
.5' for 'the sale of Christmas ,Seals, is equipped with explosive pyrotechnic
until ,1933 when he decided to retire the window of Shorty's BarberShop
'" :would take care of 'the'growth of
preparing, this week, a detailed report I signals in the noses. Targets
I and spend his declining 'years with a breakdown, of prices on
Y'' on sales for Hendry County the community: several years to the' center of the areas will consistof
liked. Keeping his apartment contemplated work, and a glance at .
he :
come. After the architects plans as
during the 1944 sale but figures released pile structures about forty feet |
II the Everglades News building he the plans of the buildings indicates
this week by the state office ((Continued on Page 10) I square They will be surrounded
has resided' there ever since, tending that the architect has looked a considerable .
show that this county had alreadyfar with four or more piles placed in a
I his and flowers, chatting I distance into the future in
exceeded its 1943 sales at the Wings Parade Of: garden circle of 300-foot radius and on each
I 1 I with old friends, keeping .ever alerton preparing a complete school plant
r end of the seventh week. pile will be a sign telling of the
Course 21 At I world events through his radio I.for rapidly-growing city.
This report shows that a total of bombing target and warning boats
and prodigious reading, and in spare The principal change in the present -
'$290.25 was sold in 1943! and when to stay clear. I
history Everglades would be
i Riddle Field Today time writing his of the elementary building
the report was issued for 1944 sales : The four areas are at 26( degrees,
In compiling'information the construction of fire-proof stairways' -
the amount Was $356.53. Mr'' Duff I -- 51 minutes North and ,80 degrees 50
for this history, which was largelya leading to the, second floor,
a, = has indicated, however, that this I Seventy-six RAF cadets of Course (Continued on Page 10))
hobby, he travelled hundreds of the conversion:! of the'second grade
is and will 21 at Riddle Field will receive their
report virtually complete
( miles by bus to talk to oldtimersall room ((at present) into a kinder-
be increased by no more than $10. i wings and graduation certificates ot over south Florida who knew Two More RobberiesOn garten with an opening into a semi-
wings parade to be held at 11:00
( something of the early history of circular solarium on tleast. side

Ed Menninger To SpeakAt ,I this nAF'Air morning.Vice-Marshal Bullock the lake region. This history !s Saturday Night of the building. At the southeast

probably still unfinished but the .-- corner of the building would be con-

.Garden Club Meeting I, will officials'are address the expected graduates to b'e and present.other completed portion, if published will Scotty's Sandwich Shop, owned by structed a boiler and airconditioning -

The I find a wide circle of readers. N. B. Scott on Central Avenue, was room and 'the upstairs would be
,, :;,' Edwin A. Menninger, editor of the ,.usual graduation'ceremony as Early last year, when the present broken into Saturday night and the made into five class-rooms. Future
be the
to and
i ,
Stuart Daily News and also a noted I open I owners of the Democrat called on thief or thieves, escaped with a plans call for extending this build-
friends of the graduates will
horticulturist, will be the guest' many Mr. Sharp to help them out, he considerable quantity of cash, mer- ing on the north end to provide four
be hand for the
on parade.
speaker at the meeting ot the Clew- came out of retirement and edited chandise and ,a wrist watch. class-rooms if a :onej-story additionor
.. : iston Garden Club which will be,'I I --- -- that paper for several weeks but his One of the richest hauls was the eight class-rooms ,if a twostory

'' i' held next "Thursday: at the Osceola: ,1 C. ''A.: Thomas Is News health, even at that time' was not coin phonograph which had been addition. Around the solarium

w Groves and the Beardsley Farm., good enough'to hold up to the strainof broken and 'coins to the estimated would be built a patio enclosed by a

'' 'T Mrs.. G. B. Rackstraw, who I Member Ration Board active newspaper work and he value of, thirty dollars were remov- two and a half foot concrete wall.

arranged the program, asks members 'returned, 'in' February 'to Canal ed. About twenty dollars was taken In the present high school building

to meet at the Communitj;1 i,. C. E. Miner, chairman of the I Point.; from the cash drawer and some I the auditorium would be rear-

Center at 3:00 and go from there! Clewis ton 'War Price and Rationing.: Little is known of his past life merchandise, particularly cigarettes I ranged with the stage along the

to the meeting place. Car spat Board ,announced yesterday that C. but he is survived by a daughter and I I and the watch were missing. north wall and with two broad reinforced -

may be conserved if all will meet t A. (Mutt) Thomas had been appointed one sister, Mrs. Ira D. Belcher of Officers are investigating the concrete stairways. The

'r at this location. This is expected I. to serve as the' new memi Waverly, N. Y. case but have made no announce- only change downstairs would be

'. to be an outstanding meeting anw :i ber of the board in place of Mr. 1. Tentative funeral plans Saturdaywere ment as to whether or not they have I the conversion of the boys' locker
-very member is urged to attend !f W, Ezelle who resigned several for funeral services and burial yet found definite clues. room into a teachers' room and the

,"; ,, possible weeks ago. (Continued, on Page 10) On the same night the home cf construction of a boiler and aircon-

4-sue ---- -,.. I Miss Catherine Wilson was entered..1 I ditioning room on the'northeast
The house was searched thoroughlyand ) corner.
left in great disorder but noth- I A cafeteria, cannery and vocational -

ing was fOll'nd'to have been taken. agriculture building is proposedfor
the elementary school groundsnear

the present, site of the basket-
Only 20 More DaysJ J ball court.

left before Harlem Academy, the proposednew
c. The Annual February Supper building for colored pupils,

Benefit Woman's Associationof would be an attractive U-shaped
i <+ '/yn N'f; :.4 i j (ES Community Church building containing a large auditor-

Full Course Dinner ium in front and with four 'class
k Y,b \ Adults $1.00 Children 50c I rooms, a lunchroom and home

C p. m. to 9 p. m. on Feb. 8th economics room and a vocational

I At Sugarland Recreation Hall I agriculture shop in the wings. A
1.YYYjjj.. / ry% yf 4.y; with Mrs. W. N. Martin, Mrs. C. L.McLendon. concrete basketball court would be

Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, built between the two wings.
Mrs $V- H. Lanier, Mrs. F. E. One of the proposed sites for the

Conkling\ Mrs.G.: II. Brown, Mrs.: new high school building, and the
.S. P. Slonaker Mrs. J. E. Beardsley.: j site which has been accepted ten-

-..A. Mrs. J. Randolph, Mrs. W. A. Lewis tatively for use in drawing up ,the

and :Mrs. O. A. Jones as Chairman plans, is the two blocks bounded' by

of the various committees ably as- Osceola Avenue on the south,. Lopes
sisted by Lawrence De Marco Street on the west and Olympia

f(Miami' Herald Photo; You are assured another good Street on the east or the area southof
6. < a.Y.v.Y dinner. Anyone wishing to help in the Research Laboratpry grounds.
,t ,c Nine swell reasons to Rive to the March of Dimes. These youngsters walking out of Miami's any way is asked to contact Mrs. The building is of very modern
Jackson Memorial Hospital, won their battle over infantile paralysis last year, thanks to dollars and Conliug Mrs. Brown or myself. design with one-story wings run-
f" dimes given to the Fund-Raising Appeals of The National Foundation for Infantlle Par1lysis.; The
Mrs. J. Kenneth Rogers angle from
*- I ning at a thirty-degree
March of Dimes this year occurs January 1431.
,I Finance Chairman. (Continued on Page 10)

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P t'liJI.1rft Q ,mI .THE CHEERFUL CHERV5I I'I 11 I

like the ones who *vrJ U

II) Maldistribution! FactorIn write to me. .7._ l
OR W EA ON .j y they think .

Im not 50 worse. "
Food Crisis iANUSen ft, '
I wish clconsider pletset ,' ':

D. C. 'Nothing Can Stop the this 1
Air Force!' n I f"
Army' I.
ERROR Avery 1
NO MILITARY spccit.lthk : ;:
Those close up to the war pictureare Shattered Communication Lines Hamper With B-29s ranging over Tokyo almost .'

convinced that aside from faulty daily it's tough for the yov

intelligence, there was no one single Market Movements; Civil Strife\ imagination to conceive that three < IlNf'. ,Iii Iiiverse.

military error which brought on the years ago our air forces' only as- { :

swift and disastrous German break- Further Restricts Deliveries. set was the moxie of its men. :

through. Bataan was saved at least once by 'IfI ;a

Undoubtedly some intelligence officers the wizardry of our air force per- ,
will be disciplined or brokenfor I By BAUKHAGE I sonnel,. who had plenty of ingenuityas CI"1 i

failing to evaluate the concentration News Analyst and Commentator well as courage. Enemy ships .<

of German troops opposite the were trying, to land troops on the WNU Features. 4;:

First army about a week before- WNU Service, Union Trust Building, Here we begin to see how the twin shore one night. Though there were : I

hand. But there were other factors Washington, D. C. demons of destruction work out. no bombers with which to stop

contributing to the reverse, none of Recently I saw a list of 12 European As indicated, the direct destruc- them, our airmen weren't fazed.

which can be laid at the doorstepof countries with an estimate of tion of food,supplies either by bomb- Mechanics rigged up three pur- Classified..Department !

a single commander. Basically the number of calories consumed in ing, or battle, or German sabotageso suit ships with a device whereby two : '

they are factors ,which only General each now, as compared with the.ir far has not been a major factor. 300-pound bombs could be attachedto

Eisenhower and General Marshall inhabitants' prewar diet. Of course, the more rapidly the Al- the wings and released by pull- AGENTS WANTED

themselves could properly evaluateand lies the Germans the less ing a wire. The three ships
It just at the time when the remove LADY WANTED in every community both ;
act on. was chance they have to steal the food or made three trips, that night and rural and city, to sell line of household .4. I;''
Greek revolt was well under way necessities to her neighbors. Our line includes -
Here are'some of the inside, basic the the crops and transport them. They bombed and strafed the Jap boats, such scarce items as cheese and ;
and only a tight lid was keeping laundry soap. Liberal commission. General ,
preventing the troops' from landing.
involved time in On
: from had considerable Italy. Products Company (U-3). Albany Georgia.
Belgian pot boiling over.
What made their feat of stall- ,
1. General Marshall himself the other hand, on their hurried trip 1=:
ordered the'U. S. offensive which The calorie consumption in those from Normandy to the Rhine the ing the Japs and gaining time for :":-
two countries was the lowest on the us even more of a miracle was that DEALER WANTED
began November 8, and ,which Nazis were far too busy moving to
list, 67'and 63 per cent, respectively, most of the had
pilots never befor
continued with batteringramtactics beg, borrow, steal or destroy. Where Dealerships now open for Big Boy Vitam-
of their prewar diet. flown at night! Ized Chicks, poultry equipment and farm
until Von Rundstedt they have had a to squat as merchandise.i Exclusive franchise for sales 1
turned the tide against us. Mar- About that time Myron Taylor, the in the Netherlands, Poland and and service.. A better deal for anyone now' I

shall, visiting the battlefront in President's representative at the Czechoslovakia, the situation is The newspapers not long ago car- calling well as on produce farmers dealers and poultry feed raisers and hard-as ri

October, said that during the Vatican, was warning the Allies thatif worse. But until they knew they ried a story telling how there wereno ter ware dealer stores.discounts.Full or part time basis. Bet-
Old. reliable nationally ;,
winter the Germans could mobilize communism came to Italy, it were going to have to get out of a trees in the far Aleutians and advertised firm. Write at once !0a1 t

.100 new divisions, so it was would come over empty stomachs. country they did not wish to destroy that pilots had brought in a single plan tails in of the the baby most chick comprehensive field today. :* .

wise for us to clear them off the Adding up this data the natural as- productivity and the natives tree, planted it and labelled it Springfield ILLINOIS STATE. HATCHERIES

west bank of the Rhine before sumption is 'that hunger is the chief were fed. They had to keep the peo- .'Umnak National Forest." Illinois.

winter closed in. cause of unrest in Europe. But it ple alive to support their own mili- What the news story failed to men-

2. There was and is no dispositionto isn't as simple as that. I made some tary and economic activity and they tion was why the tree had been No Doubt'Now! ,r.

doubt the wisdom of General Marshall's investigations and came upon a expected they would have plenty of flown in-for the exclusive use ofa There's :
no doubt about it! Nu- I If!.
decision. However, these number of interesting facts which time to exploit later when they set flier's pet dog.A Maid Margarine has a finer, fresh-

battering-ram tactics cost men, also, prove the dangers of oversimplification. up their own new order in Europe. churned flavor. It's the Table

tire men out. The American systemis The factors in food production flyer who had been stationed on ,Grade margarine .". made ; I
to keep divisions on the front line, Number one is: Low calories may which suffered most were those in- an island for: too many months developed cially for use on the table.-Adv.espe-
be and disease. In 1'
bringing up fresh men only for re a symptom not a volved in food processing. It is eas- a crush on a halfnativegirl j I

placements. Thus the divisions now other words, disorganization and revolt ier and quicker to wreck a flour millor who looked very beautiful

at the front have been fighting stead- affect the food supply as well a milk plant than a farm. Some after months in the South Pacific. : .

ily since the landing in Normandylast as being affected by it. fertilizer factories suffered, and of In his barracks one day he was ? ;

June-with,, of course, a lot of Number two: Destruction and disorganization course in Holland there was whole- getting poetic about the girlwhenhis '

men coming up as replacements. are the ,chief causes of sale obliteration of arable land when buddy, thumbing through a J::

Germans Rested Troops. I famine and the type of destruction the dykes were blown. This is almost movie magazine, suddenly,turned to .

3. This is considered an excellent ,which affects the food supply is not permanent damage since the a photo of Betty Grable in a bath- ; I

system and gets results. However, the destruction of food. It is the salt from the sea water will sour ing suit. "How's this?" excitedly -

the Germans immediately took out smashing of railways and rolling the soil for years to come. asked .the buddy, holding up ; ;,

their battle troops after Normandyand stock and blowing up of bridges and the picture.

sent them to rest behind the doing other things that interrupt Complex Economies The pilot took a brief look and

lines. The Nazi boys and old men transportation. This has done more Cause TroubleBut snorted, "White trash!"

we encountered in the Siegfried line to create areas of starvation than there were other forces which ierPFR

made us think the German army I any planned destruction of the crops began to work earlier. On a recent bomber mission r.

was shot to pieces, but it wasn't. themselves by the enemy. Europe, before the war, producedmost over Germany the flight ran into chaps ands

The experienced battle troops, now Number three: Conditions are frequently of what its own people ate. serious opposition from both QUICK RELIEF!Freezing weather dries L..

refreshed after'a' long rest, are, taking worse after countries are The things imported were tea and fighters,and'-flak, and a B-17 was ..' out skin cells.Skin may crack,bleed.
the offensive against us. liberated. coffee and fats and oils. hit. A 20-mm. shell struck the Mentholatum (1) Stimulates local
blood supply helps Nature heaL
4. The war department itself was top turret, and the fell
One misconception which gunner
common They also had to import much of (2)) Helps revive "thirsty" cells so ;
responsible for a lot of the favorablenews to the floor covered with blood.
needs to be corrected is the total their cattle food and fertilizer. Ger- they can retain needed moisture from
which gave the public a gen- amount and distribution of the food A colonel who had come the blood. For chapped skin-quick,
many, ,striving to be self-sufficient, Mentholatum! Jars, tubes SOi!
feeling of overconfidence. One shortage. Since Europe's food problems along as an observer rushed
built for
plants productionof
of its most important indicationswas are of vital concern to Amer- many back to give first aid and, see-
seed oils and raised oil- t
that some 800,000 German many ing the lad's rigid form, thoughthe
ica it might be, well to clear up seed This
crops. was true elsewherein
troops were killed or taken prisoners some of these erroneous ideas. was either dead or dying.
and because food
during the clean-up of France, mak- Europe more He was about to administer -
Problem Varies in value can be produced from the same
hole in
ing a the Nazi army. a hypodermic when the gun-

Of these, however, about 400,000 Different Countries resources directly than indirectly ner opened his eyes. The Acid indigestion
through raising food for livestock
Russian-Ukrainian labor bat- ,
were In the first place, :in 'the early colonel bent over him, puttinghis
talions. Thus the American public the livestock 'was reduced. Relieved in 5 minutes or double money back
ear close to the lad's lips '
of the the situation ,
years war was When excess stomach acid causes painful suffocating -
had reasons to believe that a large too black. There Under these conditions, in orderto expecting some last feeble gas,sour stomach and heartburn,doctors usually
painted were Various prescribe the fastest-act.ng medicines known for
slice of the the value out of food
German deci. get greatest
army was reasons for this. Among them words. "Colonel," was thegunner's symptomaticrelief-medicines i like those in Bell-aae
mated. products, strictest regimentationwas Tablets. Mo laxative. Bell-ens brings comfort in a k
the fact that many countries exag- comment, "I'm begin- jiffy or doable your money back on return of bottle ;
5. Germany's new Royal Tiger necessary. When the Germansleft to ua. ito at all druggists.HERE .
gerated their plight, asking for more ning to think there isn't much
tank is superior to ours and we a country and controls vanished, future in this racket."
han they expected for fear of getting -
have known it. It is extremely conditions immediately became
less than needed.
they really
difficult to knock out of commis- : worse unless, under liberation, a stable KM
sion. However, we thought the Later the picture was painted far government could step in immediately Despite popular misconception, s INSTANCE f

war was going to be over soon too rosily. Through all this time the and reorganize.This boys of the AAF 'aren't as pin-up-, '

and that we could finish up the experts were not fooled but the pub- reorganization was impededby happy as people 'think. This GUARANTEED

job with the tanks already on lic was. the destruction of transportation, verse was penned several months SKIPPER : I"I"i"
"It is wrong to say that Europe is i
B-17 radio
ago a operatorgunner -
hand-of which had tremen- ITI S1Pf
we the
disrupted economy and, in the PREVENTATIVE
starving. It is wrong to say that who failed to return from a mis- C0
dous quantities. More recently, case of countries like Italy, by the 1'OEl' 1 1I
nobody is starving or will starve, I sion "Oh Lamarris IN CURED MEAT
over Italy: Hedy
however, we have started build- effect of fascist rule which has made ,
was informed by a person who is ina beautiful And
a gal. Made-
ing a big tank which can equalor the people lethargic, dependent and I 3-i:p! Ask Your Dealer .
position to know if anyone is. leine Carroll is, too. But you'll cam
better the Royal Tiger. impotent and, departing, left them ei : or Write
The point is that the situation in find, if you query, a different theory. ; t}>f ,
Robots Beat Airplanes. leaderless.And N. J. BODDIEThe
various places varies greatly and Amongst any bomber crew. .
6. Robot bombs and rocket bombscan so we see the vicious circlein Ham Insurance Man
in here we come back to the questionof For the loveliest thing of which one Durham N. C.
fly any weather whereas airplanes operation-disorganization ham-
We could This side of the
transportation. might use sing. (
can't. Also they don't require pering the food supply, hunger and
Greece as 'an example of a place '' Heavenly Gates). Is no blondeor
men. Thus the Germans have unrest' preventing reorganization.For .
where revolt has increased the brunette of the set. .
been able seriousness Hollywood ,
to bomb us from the air- their own sake, the "haves"must
of the food situation. One But of P-38s." AT
escort v
robots and an FIRST
by rockets-while be- feed the "have-nots. Time is
cause of bad weather we couldn't of the chief concerns of persons whoiad"no of the essence, ,and casting bread UGH.OF D a
bomb them. The political interest whatever in Pet story of Gen. Hap Arnold ,
Nazis lay out a upon these unhappy waters will beas AO -
square of territory in and behindour whether Greece became'a purple profitable an investment as it is chief of the AAF, concerns the 7

lines, then, systematically pep- monarchy or a' bright red spot of a gesture of mercy. Wright brothers, who had repeatedly -

per it with rocket bombs. They can communism, but who were inter- tried to fly a heavierthanaircraft. USE666
aim them ested in seeing that the Athenians December ; f
well enough to hit within When General MacArthur rides Finally, one day, I IF
certain areas. didn't starve, was the fact that be- up at Kitty Hawk, N. C., they did whatno Cold Preparations directed
the streets of Manila .
some day, we
7. The German system is to attack cause of the fighting,. shiploads of man had ever done before. They r
hope not far off he have
may a
food untouched in the harbor of
suddenly with tremendous force lay flew! Elated, they wired their WNU-7 1-45
mounted cavalry escort and if he ;
and heavy in Piraeus. sister Katherine "We have actually
armor one small area; : I
does, three of the high-stepping
'they concentrated hundreds of tanksin Athens, Rome, Marseille are all flown 120 feat. Will be home for
members be veterans of the
their first' attack. Once they in spots far distant from areas may Christmas" Katherine ran down ,

broke through, they spread out. Also where surplus food exists. Normandy battle of Bataan. ,the street and breathlessly handedthe + I

' the Nazis had little to lose. ', for instance, could share some of The First cavalry fought for telegram-the news scoop of the 0 *' Ir
her products with the south of months overseas as foot soldiers. A r
the editor of
8. However, it remains a fact century-to city the local ",'
that had France if there were any way to part of their job happened to be the I '
we advance informationof paper.
the stuff the capture of the racetrack at Taclo- May Warn of Disordered, t
great Nazi activity for abouta get across country. The He read it carefully and smiled: Action
week before the attack grain in 'the holds of ships in the ban on Leyte. Naturally every man "Well, well! How nice-the boys will Kidney :
harbor is no good to the people of cast envious eyes on some of the Christmas Modem life with its hurry and worry I
be home for !
though apparently we sized it up Irregular habits, improper eating: ana i I
Greece unless there is unrestricted horses left there. dr n1.ng-risk of exposure and infec
retreat rather to and from the docks and Later the.horses rounded tion-throws heavy strain on the workof
than attack. passage were up, the kidneys. They are apt to become
men who can unload and transportit and lo and behold, among them A fighter pilot (veteran of the over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
Note Gen. Courtney Hodges, to safety. were three which were identified as famed Flying Tigers) took on and other impurities from the life-giving ,
blood. I i'
against whose First army the blow This question of proximity to supply having belonged to the 26th cavalry half a dozen Jap planes in a You may Buffer nagging backache ,

was launched, is regarded as an explains why all over "Europe which had ,fought at Bataan. They dogfight and! downed two. Then headache dizziness, getting up nights.

average American general. He was the; average consumption level of the were repatriated with acclaim and his ammunition ran out. leg ,pains nervous swelling-feel,all worn out. Other constantlytired signs

not able to make the grade at West farm population is 40 per cent higher formed the nucleus of a mounted Ramming his plane into a third times of kidney burning or bladder, scanty disorder or too are frequent some-

Point, but immediately enlisted in than that of the people in urbanor unit which has been doing excellent he bailed out and managed to urination.

the army and has worked his way I manufacturing communities.One reconnaissance on the island. land safely near the wreck. Re- Try Doan't Pitta. Boon's help the

up. He was a major in command of of the paradoxes of Europe's So history repeats. In the Span- moving the one undamaged ma- kidneys waste. They to pass have off had harmful more excess than: half body a_'_

infantry in the last war, one rank I eating troubles is that in most coun- ish-American war of 1898 dismountedU. chine gun from the debris he century of public approval. Are recom- _,
mended by grateful users
higher than Marshall, who was thena tries the situation often carried it to his basewherehe
grows worse S. cavalry were sent to the Phil- Ask your netghborlWashington .l's !
captain, and has commanded in- instead of better after liberation ippines. Later a few horses were promptly reported to his \\1
fantry all his career since, having takes is commander, Gen. Claire Chen-
place. Italy an example of obtained and they proved so valu- ,
risen to be chief of infantry shortly what mixed blessings liberation can able that the whole regiment was nault: "Sir, may I have another '

before we entered the war. bring. I mounted. airplane for my machine gun?" .

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of this of all : '
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< 70 yards in many dust-covered Wonderfully quick, a little Va-tro-nol ki
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r unbeliever can keep and thus be Follow directions in .
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pass saved, for this would be uterly im

3' .., against Southern California. possible. Only he who knows and

"It was in that neighborhood," has called the and
upon power graceof
> On favorite N. B. C. station
jit a your Howard Jones of Southern California -
every Saturday morning God in Christ can qualify to walkas

9 "I'I 11:00 A. R1., E. W. T. told me later. "It may have a citizen of Christ's kingdom.We ", /::;'"" ,", HP't "-

,,;'?,; WISE WSOC WFBC !teen 65 yards-it may have been note two things in this won- '
WPXF WSJS 70 yards. It was too long for me. Icouldn't derful and instructive passage from '' HINT FOR HOME B ,

}t', 10:00 A. M., C. IV. T. tell you the exact distance." God's Word:

TCSB TVSM WAPO WROL WSPA Brick Muller and Kenny Washington I. The Character of the Followerof

r: were undoubtedly two of the Christ (vv. 3-10): t Ir8 Yeast-

great long-distance passers on the The eight characteristics of the s ya ella l label

West coast probably two' of the Christian here presented are worthyof Make them With Flelschmann EXTRA yitalnms ::
I 5C best in football history.Isbell's extended individual attention, but with those
TRIPIE512E we can offer only brief suggestions. : th only yeast s '

Long Peg "Blessed are the poor in spirit"speaks QU-ICK Ro Flehchmanter east a
M j cake
WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY The longest completed pass I ever of humility as a commendable milktablespoons cup lukewarm

saw came in a game between the quality. How contradictory the j cup sugar 3 cups sifted flour

professional All Stars against the present-day philosophy, which calls $ 1Wteaspoons salt3tablespoons melted shortening Y east ?,

; Beware Coughsfrom Green Bay Packers in ,California for self-assertion and- self-reliance. and salt; cool to lukewarm,s yellow juke-

several years ago. Green Bay in But Jesus was not mistaken. The Scald lk add sugar and be sure it s ejschma AddDissolveto .

colds this game had the ball on its one- way into the kingdom of heaven is ;< in lukewarm water- $otaT ad beat unt o tosmooth m aka
common fresh yeti enough
yard line with only a few secondsleft not that of assertive self-sufficiency. the on19 ilk, Add and remaining flour, rolls an place
to "Blessed are they that mourn." .'tit. warm m well. Shape ins to free from I Ii
That On play. Cecil Isbell of Green ''' melted shorterimgh Snead warm p lace, i
Hang Bay faded back of his goal line and The world does not believe that an easily handle onoover and let rise hour in ) $ake inweri moderate

Creomulsion relieves promptly- because whipped a long, high one throughthe statement. It shuns the house of s ; until g reased doubled in bat ulk utes.(about Makes 1 12.

it goes right to the seat of the balmy California air. mourning tries without avail to ; draft, 400 about 20
trouble to help loosen and expel philosophize away the fact of 'sorrow ; oven
Don Hutson I
germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto was already under The Christian, on the. other
soothe and heal raw, tender; inflamed way. He galloped down the field and
hand feels with his fellow
:: man
bronchial mucous mem with two All Stars alongside. Suddenly -
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you Hutson, with his amazing thus receives a blessing. One can
a bottle of Creomulsion with the un- really learn from sorrow.
." derstanding you must like the way it speed, put on full .team,,,ran away
:' \ quickly allays the'cough' or you are from his guardians and,took the ball 1 walked a mile with Pleasure;
to have your money back.CREOMULSION. around the mid-field strip at least She chattered all the way.

;, 65" yards from the spot where Isbell But For left all me she,none had the to say.wiser

had thrown the p'ass.Jt
was an easy
for Chest Colds Bronchitis
Coughs, touchdown. I happened to be sittingon 1 walked a mile with Sorrow,
the Packers bench where I could And ne'er a word said she;
a But. oh, the things I learned from her
measure the throw. When Sorrow walked with me.

All of this still doesn't answer the
Leyte "Blessed are the meek." Povertyof
sergeant's question. There
spirit comes when a man rightlysees
probably isn't any answer. I was I
talking this I himself, and has a sympathetictouch
problem over with Eddie Books
with Then he "in: Famous Recipe
sorrow. Flelschmann's
Dooley, Dartmouth's long-dis Wartime Edition
tance passer. herits the earth," because he tru- f New ROVISed

X6 ly comes to enjoy it as a, place of Ciip andp aste oa our a peaay free Ham
for y
A 75-Yard Toss service and Christian growth, and past card sI

I not because he has a deed to a sin- newly '' e Bread Address.
"We had a contest at Dartmouthonce I of
gle foot of its soil. Ba spet"for breads,
Eddie said "for n
-? distance "It is the hunger and thirst for C7 desserts. Addreu Standard,
passing. I was to pass against Swede righteousness (v. 6), and not the Brands Central Zone No..

;''', ,. Oberlander. We had no followingwind. possession of it, that is blessed" Grand 477, New York 17, ,---_,.__ .-_
In this contest I -.fI!!!!
passed on (Plummer). Self satisfied people
the carry for 75 yards and Swedehit \
know nothing of glory of having
sORo the 73-yard mark. This is the
their hunger and thirst satisfied by
HY only ward occasion I recall, where for- God.We Buy United States War Bonds *
passes were accurately meas-
have here also the Christian'sspirit
: ured. But remember, this was not
L LA of mercy which invites divine
in competition. It be
may that
of heart cleanness
\ mercy; a purity ,
of ++gidng Hfgoae of the someone has passed the ball over of mind, and sincerity of purpose,
star 75
e ell' yards on a carry, without a favor-
mount 1i toom ed, w y which enable ,a man really to see
ing wind. I doubt it. Of
well g ho course, if
many ood stars'informed God even in this impure world; that
Hollyw der. you have a favoring gale at your
Christlike spirit which makes him a
'" use Calox 'toothbb 1aa, back it would not be difficult to pass ryI
peacemaker in a fighting world-
,H DicKessoa, Conaridgcport 80 or 85 yards." yes, that, spirit which makes him

r; $ Y0018o The main trouble is this-if you like the Master in sweetly bearing

can pick up a passer who can heave unjustified persecution. These indeed -
POWA. the ball over 60 yards-how
r. can are the marks of the man who
you find a Hutson or another end follows Christ as King.

who can ramble that far and catchit II. The Conduct of the Follower of

vy ? I recall, vaguely, one pass in a Christ (vv. 43-48).

Ji i Dartmouth game against Cornell, There can possibly be no more se-
X-To relieve distress of MONTHLY where Eddie Dooley, from his own vere test of a man's Christian char

35-yard! line, hit Bjorkman on the acter than the manner in which he

WeaknessAlso shoulder, 65 yards away, and justat treats his enemies. Many who pass F -. -; v e.Krv .

the goal line. the other tests meet failure (at leastin %vV*J&x ,

. ( Fine Stomachic Tonic) The great passers of more modern part) at this point.It 'S-Vs

Lydia pound E.Is Flnkham's famous to Vegetable relieve periodic Com times have ,been Sammy Baugh, Sid is no easy thing to love your r"o

pain and accompanying nervous, Luckman and Glenn Dobbs. And it enemies, but it is the standard of

to weak functional, tired-out monthly feelings disturbances.-when due might be mentioned that Cecil Is Christ, and He will enable us to live

/: r.... .,;p Taken regularly-Finkham's Com bell and Arnie Herber were no up to it. Now is a good time to *
.; .0..: Y' 'fpound. helps build up resistance punks. Two of the most accurate put it into practice, not only per-
against such annoying symptoms c\\ ;
Compound Is made passers I've ever known were Ben- sonally, but nationally. wv *. y.
'e. especially for women-it helps nature ny Friedman and Sammy Baugh. There can be no doubt that love o-t"it: ",ti. 'ick*??\;;xss., \>>;>ss

buyl and Follow that's the label kind directions.lYDIALPINKHAM'SSKu'tl of medicineto They were not 65-yard marksmen.But for the brethren will be a more inti- 0--TJ* -tv 5

they could hit a gnat In the eye mate and satisfying experience because ;>%Y.RVBtt

% from 10 to 30 yards. So could little they return our affection (v. a

Davey O'Brien. There is another 46). Anyone can do that and enjoyit.

-. great and now' forgotten passer. Enemies often return hatred for Ben-Gay

- : ? There' is no set' or proved recordon our love-they persecute us (v. 44). \ .. QUICK '
the longest pass ever thrown in But we are still to love them.

::.,: FoR MIIOI ACIES All Min If actual competition-a pass that was That love must move us tQ treat Get soothing,blessed relief from tormenting neuralgia :;

1RHEUMATISM' caught and held. Maybe Brick them kindly and to pray for them. pains-with fast-acting Ben-Gay! Your doctor knows the ,

::: E '+ NEURITIS LUMBAGO Muller of California is the man. Someone says, "It can't be done." famous pain-relieving agents-methyl sahcylate and menthoL v
Yes it the of God in 2 Va times more of both
Maybe Kenny Washington of can by grace I Well,Ben-Gay contains up to '
f U.C.L.A. It might be Isbell to Hut- Christ, and it is being done. these wonderfully soothing ingredients than five other

M r son. I know of no other end who This lesson is indicated as beinga widely offered rub-ins.Get genuine,quickactionBenGayl1UOUSEMOLD I

J could go as far to catch one as Hut- temperance lesson. It is time

1 '\, son of the Green Bay Packers. I some church people decided whether
. I \ '' only know that Eddie Dooley could they want to belong to the worldor /

t 75 belong to Christ. If the latteris I
t cover yards through the air and
: ,- Large BottleU.K uw.U'120-Small, ] Size 60tCWIOII their believe the
,.;,', : USE OUT AS DIUCTED* Eddie today can hit the 65-yard purpose, we .
I IT Ul COOD DRUB JIMS er tl Mill n'mipt.1!pile mark, long after he has been away only consistent position to take is I
Keltic CeDe co, inc. jAcmoiiiut C. FLORIDA from the Green of Hanover. I that of abstinence from alcoholic

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The Clewiston News <-:..: :..:.:..:..: ): ..)) .. ;..: )):..:..) activities comes' Staff Sergeant Joseph' A. SCHOOL SUNDAY AT 3OO P. M. 'the reject State any of Florida and all.reserve bids. the rightto '

Duncan and his buddies: BY ORDER of the State Board ..C ;
Methodist Church Education of the State of Florida. !"
Published every Friday}' In Clewiston, Staff Sergeant Joseph A. Duncanis Clewiston* 1\
Florida, by tho CLEWISTON NEWS, With currently serving with a First SchooI' will be held Sunday after- I Millard. F. Caldwell, Governor.. d

'nc., Tactical Air Force P-17 'Thunderbolt noon at 3 p. m.,'.at the Clewiston" I ATTEST:

+ unit, which celebrated its first Public Library; Colin English Secretary
State Board of Education.
Entered as second class mall matter Our Christmas overseas at an advance We urge all the people who are Jan. 19, 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16.
February 1, 1927, at thft Pest Office in g| Boys interested in the Methodist work to I J
Clewfston, Florida, under l the Act of I base in France. i
service to
March 3, 1897. attend. and to render
This outfit, strafing and dive- 1
bombing enemy fortifications in the OF IANDOWXEIls! OF i
in theSerY1Ce Lewis Minter, Pastor.
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Publisher ,
CARR SETTLE path of the American Seventh
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Army, provides close air """ "--
Subscription Rate-?iJ50 Per Year support. TIC 13 is-, hereby given tnat pursuant ;
tt Now attacking the enemy inside ,N to ,call of the Board of Supervisors of ) :
Advertising Ilntes On ,Application. this veteran unit Sugarland Drainage District, the an-
Germany, com- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I nual meeting of the landowners ofSugarland
manded by Colonel Bingham T. This is to revise that it, 14 my intention Drainage District i will behold .oj; ;
of to jeelster the name of MACK'S in the office of said i District at j
Kleine Texas
Gonzales, is a partof '
Devoted to the advancement and welfare DRUG STORE with the Clerk 'or the) Clewiston, Hendry County Florida. :
of Clewiston and Hendry County. the XII TAC, which comprises Circuit Court In and for Hendry County on Wednesday January 31, 1915.; at :
":":":":":":":":":":":":":..;.-:..:..:..: ..:..:..:+:-.:..: the American component of First Florida, the said Hendry County, 4:30 o'clock in the afternoon Eastern ':
I being the principal place of business War Time for the purpose of: :
TAF. Although dive-bombing is the of MAGIC'S DRUG STORE; that I am 1. Electing one Supervisor for a !

Those fellows who have hopes of primary' function of the group, 53 ; the under sole owner the name of the.of business"MACKS operated DRUG-I 2. deceiving term of three annual year reports and ;:

NATIONAL EDITORIALOHOWARD joining the Sea-Bees and being as- enemy aircraft were destroyed and STO E." taking such nction with respect .'

S signed to safe spots far behind the 23 were damaged since its arrivalin i RAMON1 J. McLEOD. thereof ;as.and the landowners determine -

I fighting lines are due for a real jolt the ETO.Besides Jan 19, 26, Feb. Z, 2.Tallahassee. :. 3. Transacting such other business
as may come before the meet- :
from the following letter which we preparing for the landingsin ing. I:

I received this week from Jimmy France, a number of red letter FOARD OF SUPERVISORS.OF .

Weaver, "Somewhere in the Philip- days stand out in the history of the January 10,,' Florida 1945 DISTRICT ST7OARLAND DRAINAGE I;'

pines" with the Fighting Sea-Bees. group. The dawn-to-dusk invasion NOTICENOTICE F. DEANE DUFF, President. k

SHARP I But we'll let Jimmy tell you aboutit coverthe low level, pin point bombing i Jan. 12. 19. I'

: of German gun positions, the is hereby given that the .
Death brought to an end they j I December 29 STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION of !
Somewhere elimination
of 800
over enemy troops Florida will offer for
the State of I
eareer of the most outstanding newspaper In The Philippines.Dear near Cherbourg, the destruction of sale to be sold to the highest bidder i t
editor the lake area has ever Carr at Tallahassee: Florida 12:00 o'clock J. F. CLAY
: six F.W. 190's 200
and vehicles in. 20th, the following -
NOON February P45-
known when Howard Sharp, founderof Have been waiting for my copiesof two days. described land HENDRY General Repair, "Plastering and ."
the Everglades News at Canal the News. I haven't received County: Block Work -
Saturday in a The unit has been honored with a S% of N'," and Stt of Section 16 I
Point passed away in three mouths now and I really commendation from Brigadier Gen- 'l'ownship44- South, Range 32 Chimney Work A Specialty
West Palm Beach hospital. miss them East.
eral Gordon P. Saville for destroy- THIS NOTICE is published compliance Moore Haven. Fla.'
Having retired from active news-I Well, how do you like my loca- ing six enemy aircraft in spite of a with Sections 270.07. 270.08 and
paper work in 1933 there are tion? We were the first to land-. S70.09, Florida Statutes 1941.
larger enemy force. The ground

the newer residents of the 'glades I mean C.B.'s-were-in on the forces praised the for repuls- -- ... ; ....N .N.i.................... .. ..N..N. ..N..N..i
who will have known Howard Sharp Leyte operation and came through ing counter-attack group and for dropping /IN:N:N N 1.:N:N N N N:..:N N N H:.w:N:N: .N.N.N.N.N.H.H.N.N.HIM. .N. .N.N. . N N N (. i

but there are few, if any, oldtimerswho with flying colors. We are the
supplies to isolated bat-
an infantry
will not remember him per- first Sea-Bees to have jap para- talion. A radio message'receiy"ed J. E. BEARDSLEY

sonally or remember with many a troopers dropped in our vicinity. We from the men said: "Thanks Ito our .
chuckle how his caustic editoriasof got our share and you should have
pals in the Air Corps, we eat for the
a few :years ago caused many a seen those babies after it was over. first time in three days." y Real Estate '
squirming in the seats of the mighty.: There was an estimated three hundred ;
Truly an independent writer, How-) and fifty.Ve have seen all In the ten months since the group
left the U. S., S. Sgt.. Duncan has
thought about what he had
ard first kinds of action, bombing, strafing,
about the effectson received the ETO ribbon with two RUTH R. BEARDSLEY
to say and second paratroopers and not a man lost.I .
of what he wrote. battle stars for the Air Offensiveof
have seen plenty of Jap planes
I There are no doubt many who, at shot down since being up in these Europe and Normandy campaign. Insurance '
him for what ...
times, cordially islands and take, it from me things
he said but admired his courage to are going fine here. The following poem was composedby

say it and his uncanny instinct for In Mrs. Robert E. Wood of Wau MISS ALICE SAVAGE
case you know of any of the
being right in what he said far more home town boys in this vicinity I chula. a neice of Mrs W.. A. :Montgomery -

often than he was wrong. I will of Clewiston, and will be remembered -
I appreciate getting their ad-
During his years of retirement dresses.It by many friends here aMiss
Howard had been writing a history Mary Iris Brantley. The poemis Hopkins Building
I is time for chow call so will
of the 'glades. We were 'called upon dedicated to her husband and the
sign off and I
really think I'll see
by him, several times, to trace men in the 167th Infantry somewhere -
27R2 "
all of you within a few months now. Phone 66 or
down items for this history and in I in the South Pacific:
Give my best regards to all the fellows -

permitted return were to read rewarded excerpts by from being the I and that goes for you also. New Year's Day PrayerAs .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:.-: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..: :+:..:--:..)

Jimmy "Skeet" Weaver. I sit here this New Year's day, ....
work. It will be a genuine loss if i -
Here's hoping you're right, Skeet, There isn't much that I can say; ':1II! .
these records are not put in print
i and that we'll be seeing you; and all But all should say an extra prayer, +1
for posterity, even tho' it is likely j "
I the rest of the boys before very For our boys who are fighting oven
that the work was never entirely "
long And I know that you'll be there.
completed. i Mack's StoreExcellent
able to tell us a lot and won't mind Drug
Our relationship with Howard They're fighting for their lives and
I doing it when you get home."
Sharp was always most pleasant. We many others,
While a faithful few wait: their
conversationalist of the
found him
a We can imagine the joy in the J.
most interesting type and had great wives and mothers; ,
A. McGehee household this week to
j respect for his ability as a writer. learn that Staff Sergeant Wilbur Our waiting will be rewarded on Prescription Service

Eccentric he was, perhaps, for he McGehee is alive, even though a Victory Day,
had little patience with the usual German Prisoner of War. The hOr- When our men will come home -
7 A. M. 11 P. M.
: conventions.-truly a journalist of I! rible uncertainty which has existed home to stay. -

the old school, deep-thinking and I since he was reported missing in All come home? No not quite all,

, !i hard-hitting completely fearless-the November is now relieved and we A few for this fair land must fall; PHONE 20 ayyw.MMM

; : kind of newspaperman the country i,| hope that a letter will come through Their fine lives for freedom are

: could use a lot more of today. ;, before many weeks letting us know given. ,
U' L'1: '4::" ir :
; that he is well '
I and getting along as I'm we'll
sure meet these lads in
, as possible under' the circumstances Heaven.

I Pierce Lehman was christened at : Eager to fight? I can truly say nj .:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..::

i the home of his parents, Mr. and Paul Slonaker of the U. S. Navy, They want a land where peace can' Y 4:: .,'
Mrs Harry J. Lehman on Thursday who has been stationed
for many grow;
( evening by Rev. S. D. Mason, pastorof I' months in South America, is ;n Love can't mix with hate and sorrowBut ,

St. Martin's Episcopal Church. Clewiston, to spend a thirtydayleavewith it can win a bright tomorrow. E You Wish The :_:

Only few close friends of the family his parents, Mr. and Mrs S. PA .

; attended and because of travel 'I' Slonaker. Paul sends us" word to True love .is what these men hold 'oi..' ... 1

!' conditions, m mbers'of the family tell everybody for him that "there's dear, y ,

were unable to be present and par- I no place like home." For family., country and for God; t '

ticipate in the ceremony. fear; :.
James W. Durden and Wing Commander Ernest Oliver, also of the U. S. So I think now. we all can say,

C. W. Lindsey, A.F.C., act- "I Navy and stationed in Seattle, Wash- A prayer.for our men on New Year's ,,' i :
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ed as godfathers and Mrs. Noel Ellis ington; spent the week-end with Day. : ... ,

was acting godmother. Other friends Clewiston friends. He is spendinghis ..s.. I.;
And now I will begin my prayer: ., ;
': present were Mr. and Mrs. F. E. 'I leave with relatives in Tampa. "Please' God take care of my man .{-. try a \ :i: ;
:' Hunziker, Noel Ellis, Mr and Mrs.E. .:. ... '1
over there; J.. :1
J. Smith, F-L Stephen Harvey, From the public relations office While he fights hard for victory, _:: COMPLETE DINNER AT i
j RAF, F-L S. Doudeyton, RAF and of the First Tactical Air Force I Back home in prayer is where I'll ; =.

John T. Cockrill. Fighter Bomber Base in FranceCLEWISTON be." .. \

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INNSUNDAY I My"In love closing say away:and., prayers this prayer help,; I while proudly he'- I:IIZ.5.IIZ: THE CANEBRAKE i I a;1

And when at :last he's home again, !

I can say I've been faithful and true.

12:30 to 2:00 P. M. ................::................,..................[I................. 1.5 Water:Cattle Level Project RaisedIn I: From 1.25 to 1.75 I Ij-j 1

Fresh Shrimp Cocktail V Chicken Riene

Grapefruit Supreme V-8 Cocktail f V
The flooded
,area 'adjacent to the X '

highway on pastures of the U.. S. : SERVICE FROM 6 TO 9 ,O'CLOCK ;:*: '"
Broiled Sea Bass, Lemon Sauce Sugar Corporation west of town is : := "

Roast Young Chicken with Dressing caused by the raising of the water : .;.
Baked Virginia Ham, Raisin Sauce or .

Roast, Prime Calf's Ribs Liver of, Saute Beef, au jus table pastures on all because of the of cattle drought project con- ::;:: SHORT ORDERS '9 TILL 11:30 I::_: V {

... ditions of the past few months. This .y. .. ,
Candied Tams Fresh Green Beans area, lying along the highway is the ,

Buttered Broccoli Snowflake Potatoes lowest portion of the entire projectand ill

I lies closest to the Try Our Special
Chef's Salad source of water f. ---

Mince Meat Pie / Pineapple Sundae the Sugarland drainage canal
Orange-Cherry Ice Cream Pumpkin Pie along the highway. y II

Coffee "" Tea Milk Flooding of the area will not in- SPAGHETTI DINNERTHE
jure the pasture grasses and the I

higher water table will permit a

SUNDAY NIGHT BUFFET better growth of grasses in other MOST POPULAR ''ITEM ON't
pastures. It is probable, also, that'
6:30 to 8:00 P M. the high water table will prevent t '**

A complete Buffet Supper .,......................................... $1.50 much frost damage from cold spells OUR MENU"XMX :
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.. which may occur between now and ?'?:: ..::r.!'".=_-'_ ..,, .._
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Girls! Join Cadet I I i Petersburg, Tampa Municipal, Tampa -I: 'SUGAR in wiring, plumbing, electrical appliances .= =.-= ::
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I and the Good Samaritan, West Sugar stamp No. 34 valid now fer and equipment. That aver- ------
:Nurse Corps; Start I Palm Be ,ch. five pounds. ages more than $1200 per farm. I
Miss Mettinger stressed the need SHOES :Many farms should :spend much BUY WAR BONDS!
Training In FebruaryWith for a larger enrollment for the Feb- Airplane stamps No. 1, No. 2 and more. !,
ruary classes than in previous No.3 now valid. So that farmers will have the fundsto and give the change to the 1 1I '**
is the nation's FUEL OIL invest in :
months. "So vital electricity's "workingtools"
February classes! now forming MARCH OF. DIMES
the Cadet Nurse Corps program need for womanpower in nursing Period 4 and' 5 coupons from last REA is urging them to buy I '
{ has vacancies for enlistees from 17 that Congress has appropriated fundsto season and Period 1, 2 and 3 coupons War Bonds now. They point out ." x JANUARY 14.31 ; .
'to .36 who will be .given' training i in give assistance to every eligible for current season now validat that a War Bond investment today :-._ ...; - --- -
'ertain Florida hospitals and ,thQ woman to prepare herself for this 10 gallons each In N. C., ,S. C., will "spend the victory and hurry the
director of Public Health Nursingof vital work. Through this Act, Ga. and Fla. Period 4 and 5 coupons time ''when material and labor, will
.. : ,'theJState Board. of Health urges health on the home front' and heal- I from last season and Period 1 be available to construct rural lines.
,eyery' girl not already committed' to ing ,on the battlefront, are thus accorded and 2 coupons for current season At the same time. War. Boards will ,
. :%+ essential work to.avail, herself of their rightful place in the now valid at 10 gallons each in Vir assure: the farmer's ability to'make
this important opportunity to serve total war ,effort' of nation at war." ginia. (Tennessee Mississippi and the .necessary investment m electric rbR-
her country. There are openings for colored : Alabama not affected.) al equipment when the time comesto I
girls to take this .training. GASOLINEA14 do it.
According ,
to .Miss
,Ruth rMettingjr J -
.. .< bureau director and also ,chairman coupons valid through Red Cross Quick
of the State Nursing Commit- RATIONINc'CALENDAR March 21. Rationing rules now require r
tee for War Service; ,. nine hospitals that each car owner" write his To Arrive In The 1t 1
license number and state each I
tare training cadet nurses. The Pen-
. sacola,,General alone is reported to coupon in his possession as soon as PhilippinesAmerican
have facilities for training at least PROCESSED FOODS it is issued him by his lo<:al'ration- I t

30 more girls in the February class. Blue X-5, Y-5,. Z-5, A-2, B-2, C-2, ing board. n Red Cross 'field men'
Institutions cooperating are '''St. D-2, E-2, ,F-2 and .G-2 (Book 4) "Mileage Rationing Records" moved into the Philippines with our

0. Lukes, St. Vincent's and Brewster now. valid at 10 points each. Needed troops en invasion day, and hard ,on
(colored), all of Jacksonville, JamesM. MEATS, FATS All operators of passenger cars their heels came suck familiar Red i :
'Jackson ,Memorial: Miami, Or- Red Q5, R-5, 'S-5, T-5,1. U-5,. V-5, with basic ""A" ration must have Cross installation as canteens in the
ange General, Orlando, Pensacola W-5 and5( (Book 4)) now valid &t "mileage, rationing records" to be forward areas, then regular clubs
{ General, Pensacola, Mound Park, St. 10 points each for use with tokens. eligible to apply for other gasoline back of the lines. Less than 10 days rWillif..' dti 'M
rations, the Office of Price Admin- after the first landings' 10 tons of /uz/l tII .
istration points out. Without this Red Cross supplies were on hand to IIfJ
I important record no motorist may be provide the men with refreshments cftI.Mwhefl
issued a "B" or '"C" supplemental and comfort articles. your
ration. In the recent reregistration The first American Red Cross club
NOTICE I I of the nation's. 23,000,000 basic opened in the Philippines was the savers work here..helping
I "A" ration holders each registrantwas Quezon Club at Tacloban, capital of
issued one of, the mileage record Leyte., More than 3,000 Americanand )local, responsible families!

k I will be at the places named and dated below for the pur- : forms. The form replaces the old Filipino troops thronged the owfl their own'homes ASk
tire rationing record on which was .
club on opening day, three weeks
of Real Estate, Personal and Intangible Property -
r 4 pose receiving kept a list, of issued gasoline rations.In after the beginning of the invasion. for complete: informatmCleiviston I
; Tax Returns for the year. 1945. Please. meet me with a correct cases where a motorist was not just how effective the Red Cross
description of all property owned by you, or as agent. The law I issued a mileage rationing record or communications are under stress
; requires. that :you make a return each year on all pioperty apply had his lost or destroyed; he should was shown when a soldier landing
'' for HOMESTEAD .EXEMPTION, DISABLED WAR VETERAN EXEMPTION immediately apply to his local board with the second wave was greetedby
WIDOWS EXEMPTION whatever you are entitledto. for a duplicate, oPA.st te!., an American Red Cross field man
I have the forms and will be glad to assist in filling them out. '(Wool Trouser, Flannel Shirts with the news he had just become, a l i Federal l lI
Set AsideA
father. Mother and child, some
-' Please make your return and avoid penalty.
substantial number of the out- 6,000( miles away, were doing fine.
put of 'wool trousers and flannel --- Savings and LoanAssociation
:;' FT. DENAUD (Duval's Store) 9 a. m. Jan. 29 shirts has been set aside for military A detailed story of the operationof I
contracts during the next 90 days, the Embry-Riddle Flying.Schools? ,

FELDA' (Post Office) '10 a. m. Jan. 31 This the War action.Production has been Board brought advises.about Fields operating: 'is covered at Dorr in and a book Carlstrom, published -

a k CLEWISTON: (City (Hall) 10 a.' m. Feb. 5 by for increased trousers and and shirts.urgent Army They affect needs titled recently"200,000 by Willard Flyers.!' Wiener, en-

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CLEWISTON (Hooker's Point, Davidson's; of wool per trousers and 45 per cent of %.%..J..J..J..:J-....J... J..J..J..J-J....jMj..jMjMj..jMjMjMjMj..J.......;......:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:':":..' :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.....

Grocery) 10 a. m. Feb. 6 shirts. .g
:Bonds For ElectricityDuring .} -

CLEWISTON (Sugar Mill) 10 a. m. Feb. 7 the first five years of peace s: -". '. .. M i
the Rural Electrification Admin
$ LaBELLE (Court House) Feb. 12th and :istration expects to extend its power ,." .,' L.e't.: Us: ... -,- I
lines to 3,500,000 country homes ..
..... ,. ',,' .thereafter.' ,I >* including nearly every' farmsteadnot I; -' : t
electrified. Today' approximately i ) t' St ;;ly.youWrih ;
DENNIS SMALL: 43 per cent of the farm homes .
I are on the high lines. :( ,. .
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But to enjoy the profit by the {.. .
Tax Assessor .
magic of electricity: to REA estimates : '" ,: ..
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I that these farms and other rural .t. "" Ii. .
homes must invest $4,500.000,000 :
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'I a: :,. ., Seminole and Canebrake Package Stores ?t:: ':':..,, '<\,'':. :..-" BILLHEADS HANDBILLS ,' '. iy ;x

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p'.: PUERTO RICAN RUM .., ; ;?". }. .':.:,: $2.19. 5th. .. '\ ::":f :c"' 'T'' ETC. .
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a;;' CUBAN RUM : . :/! .i. ." ::' :;<" : :','J.':':,::.'. $2.69 5th .
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tt' 1 RIONDO . .. : . .... (. ; . $4.155th
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' : r.. RON RICO . ':' '. . :. ,'. "' $4.09 nth
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- :. f BACARDI . . .' . . . . $4.13. 5th, f i

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M 1. s': i Quality Printing s

DRY WINES : . .. . : . . 69c 5th i i

: j. SWEET WINES .. .. :: '. '.. .: : '$1.22 5th UI
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. : CHAMPAGNE. . \ : : : :. : : : ". $3.00 qt. :FL
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:: $2.14 Pint :::,. : .
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$4.20 Quart ::4'J" ...... '
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LORD 'CRAVEN-Blend . . . . $4.185th :':+ t'. ..'".' ; PHONE 39' t
PRINCE GEORGE-Blend . . ... . $2.50 pt. : ; :
KINGS TREASURE-Scotch Type Whiskey $4.40 5th ::':}' :f{? OUR REPRESENTATIVE .' ..li -

HUNTERS . . . . . '. '. $4.29 5th I :i ASSIST YOU
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..:..:.;..:..:..:..:.;..:..:..}.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ...! the sky,Springs we stopped and at he our'showed house In house sacred Icons and statutes. I
I me Every minute that he was not oc-

.,. where I was to build the church, cupied with school work, or chores, REPORT OF '
I Too Late To Classify then he took me to his monastary Steve spent in his church, which is CONDITION OF /rh.

in Symi and talked to me about being dedicated to St. Michael and' is FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON
a priest. (Steve's parents were Greek Orthodox. .
.:By RUSSELL KAY born on the island of Symi, off the Thus the simple faith of a child OF CLEWISTON u

:.< "'!: : x........ ...... ............................="............. coast Monastary of Greece of St.and Michael.had visited) the I seen reached," to. the rob realm a grave"of and things give not the IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA,DECEMBER''AT'THE CLOSE OF BUSINESSON
30, 1944
I "Yes, my son," the mother rePlied 'I world a House of Worship that ,

j There is a bit of Hallowed ground / wishing to encourage the boy.J would otherwise not have existed. ASSETS ;;

i: h Tarpon Springs that a mad worlfps. ddidn't I told St. .Michael I was sick and Such faith is the world's greatest Loans and discount, (including $ No overdrafts) ........$ 153,821.14 h;.
by in its frantic scramble fotllateiila think I could be a priest," need today and mankind must findit United States Government obligations, direct and (

l : gain and so-called. safety.'j Steve continued, "but he says I am I if lasting peace is to be achieved. guaranteed .................................:..............._............ 758950.00
'and security. On this ground to 'be a priest and that I will be well Obligations of States and political subdivisions ...,...... 23,000.00 ,
:stands church in the ,morning." Other bonds, notes, and debentures ............................ 9,787.50 ;:
a tiny where th'JeVho ;a.
I eluded in the road department'sbudget Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve f j
\ know' its amazing 'story and I / From then on Steve rallied. By :
for 1945 construction of a balances, and cash items in process of collection 641,093.95 ,;
BELIEVE come. quietly. to kneel and I morning he was well. Doctors' attending -I certain road or roads in counties Bank premises owned $2,014.44, furniture and fix '\

ray.f:, him were amazed. They represented.The tures $1.772.43 .....--............................................... 3,786.87 .j
I am indebted to Tommy Guthrie said it was truly' a miracle. His father Hendry group is concentrating (Bank premises owned are subject to $ No' :
former: arrived to find a living happy liens not assumed by bank)
writer .
I with the St. on one specific construction joba I I :
:Petersburg Times Helen bby instead of the 'corpse he had ex- I Real estate owned other than bank premises ................ 1,000.72 ,
1I nnig and to Mrs. pected. '12 mile road from state highway I I Other assets .................................................................... 859.96 ;!
publisher of the Tarpon I 164 beginning at a point just .

;Springs Leader for the facts that'tnake. Back to in school.Tarpon The Springs trouble Steve with returned north of the Caloosahatchee River \ TOTAL ASSETS ...................................................._.$1,592,300.14!) f]
I ,
this column pesstble.It bridge at LaBelle and connectingwith
his head never bothered him again.
back five to Feb- Harrisburg in Glades Countyon LIABILITIES
; goes years a. I
But he continued to have visions or
Kuary morning when 11 year old state highway 67 near Palm- Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and

Steve Tsah'ckis, Son of a Greek dreams. It seemed that St. Michael dale. This 12 mile cut would clip corporations .......................................:..................:.$1,164,904.69 ..'
returned and .....
again again to remind
SJKwogo fisherman, stayed home from approximately 36 miles from the Time deposits ,of individuals, partnerships, and, corporations -

School because of a terrible head him that he must build. a church and route, namely LaBelle to LaMooreton .................................................................. 57.00
that he was destined to become a Deposits of United States Government
che.-The Club on highway 25,. thence to (including
:persisted and pain became in Steve's head that I j priest. Moore Haven and Harrisburg.; postal savings) ................................_....................... 105,552.66
so acute His family explained that while Mr. Evers said that this is Deposits States and political subdivisions .............. 219,594.53
A doctor was called. His trouble I a ,
Other deposits (certified and officers. checks
etc.) 2,635.05
they most grateful to St. Michael -
'TVas diagnosed as a brain tumor and specific trunk' highway, considered TOTAL DEPOSITS ...............;....-.. $1,492,743 93 I;'
?'he was rushed to a hospital in Tam- they were very poor and had no essential to the war effort and has Mortgages or other liens, $. None on bank premises 1 l

pa. Specialists. examined the boy I I money to build a church. Alone, already been adopted by the state and $ None on other real estate. *

and said there was. no hope, Steve : little Steve began laying stones one road department Materials, he said Other liabilities DIVIDENDS PAYABLE .................... 750.00 .i
'Pas going to die. I!I upon the other. He said St. Michael would be made available for the TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subor'i'i

told him if he would start the churchit construction job.: dinated obligations shown below) ............. .....:$1,493,493.93 }
'The father at that moment
boy's; ,
would be built. His faith was
This short-cut was first brought to
'Wh1l Somewhere in the Gulf of Mexico :- Il. :I ;.\
unwavering. Then the second the It
attention of the commissionersfive CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
perhaps walking on the bottom,
:SB his diving suit looking for sponges. miracle occurred. years ago by D. D. McCormick, I H Capital* .........................................__.......................,.........$ 1-5,000.00
tn the hope he might be reachedNord I Friends and neighbors in the president of the Hendry County I Surplus.........-................................._.......................... 45,000.00
brought to the bedside of his Greek colony who knew the story ofSteve's Chamber of Commerce, at which I Undivided profits ..................................................'.......... 26,8()6.21
miraculous recovery volun- time the county board petitioned the Reserves (and retirement account for preferred

'flying son, a coast guard plane was teered ,to help. They contributed state road department for a survey. I capital) (Contingent Reserve) .......................... 12,000.00
'dispatched. knew the exact
money, labor and material and the State road department officials:;
location' of the sponge fleet, it could Church of St. Michael became a who were to be present are Courtney. I TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ...::...........::..............$ 98,806.21.
"be anywhere on the open Gulf. Whose TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL' AC-
reality. Built of stone, covered with
:unseen: hand guided the direction of stucco painted white and trimmedIn Campbell of Dunedin, member:, of I COUNTS ..................................:._...........................1592300.14
the SRD board for this district, and
that speeding plane no man can say .
blue, a brown cross rises 'above its James Allen of Bartow district ii "
but it flew directly, to the fleet and i ieng'ineer. This bank's capital consists of: 'F
locating Tsalickis' boat, the 'Gol- I door and smaller crosses neonlighted Common stock with total par value of .i __
rise above the edifice at each end 1500000.
die," '''swooped down to pick up the of the peaked roof. Inside alcoves I -

fisherman and speed him back. to NOTICETO MEMORANDA k

Tampa, Pledged assets ,(and securities loaned) (book value) : I f

In: the meantime, Maria Tsalickis, County Group Attends WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I (a) U. S. Government obligations, direct and gua- .
This is to advise that it Is my ranteed, pledged to secure deposits and other .
'mother of the doomed sobbing
softly at the' bedside boy of, sat her dying -- Road Parley ISTON tention to BEAUTY register the SHOPPE name of with. In-I liabilities ..............."........-.....................................$ '271,500.00b -
\ Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for ( ) Other assets pledged to secure deposits and
son.-Deeply religious, she had Hendry County, Florida the said Hen- other liabilities (including notes and bills :
brought with her an Icon of St. (Hendry County News) dry County being the principal placeof rediscounted and securities sold under repurchase '

Michael. Little Steve lay with this Commissioners A. J. Evers and SHOPPE business; that of I CLEWISTON am the sole owner BEAUTY of agreement) :..__.............................:........ 6,000.00

clutched tightly in his hands.-Then Asa Townsend and William T. Hull I the business operated under the name (d) Securities ,loaned ..............._............................ ... 277,500.00
ML&isnly he began to speak. "Mama," left early this morning for Braden- MRS, LUCILLE BEAUTY SHOPPE. .

:>ie laid: "St. Michael has been talkIng ton to attend, a meeting of the Better Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26, 1945.Tallahassee.. DOWNS. (e) TOTAL ......._...................:..............................__....:$ 277,500 00 .
to me. He says I am to be ajnrlest :! Roads Association of Southwest I '
Secured and preferred liabilities ..
: Florida : k
and am to build a church for Florida.
January 1st. 1945 (d) Deposits preferred under provisions
liim lawn,; ..
in Tarpon Springs. The which includes I '
group, rep- NOTICE but not secured *...... ; .' f
1 by pledge of;assets 1 !;1 ....$ 48,147.19
Then with faint but eager voice, resentatives of six counties which
NOTICE Is hereby gIven that the
little Steve: continued, "Mama: St. constitute the association, will meet; Trustees of the Internal Improvement I (e) TOTAL .......................................................:......'...$ 325147.19
Michael came out of the sky and took with officials of the State Road Department Fund of the State of Florida and the
State Board of Education of the State
"my hand and we traveled through with a view of having in- I of Florida offer for sale to be sold I (a) On date of report the required legal reserve

..- to the highest bidder, in Tallahassee, I against deposits'of this bank was _........_............$ 298,548.78b

.....-.. ...... .. ..................................................................................................'..........................................................................................._. Florida 6th, at, 1945 12:00:, the o'clock following NOON.described February -- ( ) Assets reported above which were eligible as .
of: ; .. lands in HENDRY COUNTY: legal reserve amounted to ..............................__..$1,400,043.95I
; l .SVs: of Section 4, Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do
E% of Section 8,
solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and that it fully
Section 10,
::1 i 'J I Assembly of God : All of Section 16, I and correctly represents the true state of the several matters herein -

:t. .. Township 45. South, Range 33 contained and set forth, to the best of 'my knowledge and belief.
: East. ..
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:g f. Ex. .i SOUTH CLEWISTON .*:.* Grazing(Lands Leases to be No.sold 311 subject and No.to .E. L. STEWART
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4i .:;. ",: 'r: ':'Jt> ::. A 312. expiring April 28, 1948.) .
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: .. t : THIS NOTICE is published in compliance ?, ; .: '* : Correct-Attest:

ctB'-: :. .?O.... .1, Sunday ,School ............... ........_- 10:00 A. M.Morning ;: I Statutes with 1941. Section '270.07. Florida I : .:-",, : .;..-1". :- C. V. PARKINSON
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.. i -i#. ,,< ./5-::.? Worship .........*......_........ 11:00 A. M. :_: Fund and the State Board JOHN S. COTTRELL, Directors.
.... ....:. I i of Education "
reserve the right to .
:::t't, .Y .:..:,,-."'. Evangelistic Service .....__......_.__ 8:00 P. M. 1:: I any and all bids. reject -, State of Florida, County of Hendry, ss:.
BY ORDER of the Trustees of the
i Internal Improvement Fund of the Sworn to and subscribed before me this, 10th day of January,
Weekly Services, Tuesday.....___ 8:00 P. M. I '
of Florida and the State Board 1945, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of
.: / of Education of the State of Florida. I .
; Young People's Service Friday ........ 8:09 P. M. : SPESSARD L. HOLLAND. this bank. .

Y I Attest: Governor.. I (NOTARY SEAL) MARCIA M. AVANT, Notary Public

::!?( JtJjiV.BAGWELL H. U. .:i'I.: l I>:Trustees F.E C. Elliot I. ,1. Secretary Fund. ., My commission expires June 3, 1947. :
Colin: English Secretary

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2. Which is the least developed The Answers
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3. What fruit is never plucked 2. That, of taste. .

..,. ripe from the tree, even for local 3. The banana. .

Comes Life use? 4. To scorn _or despise a person.
'r 'Waddy's Wagon' to at SaipanThe 4. What does to "contemn a person" 5. Michigan. (On all but Lake

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.IJ : '; Col. Byron E. Bruggs, left, of Tampa, Fla., and Brig. Gen. Emmett O'Donnell of Jamaica, L. I., N. Y., as

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Quick action by navy fire fighters saves flaming plane and pilot. Like a meteor, a navy F6F burst into
flames (as shown at left) as it approached its carrier, the TJSS Cowpens, in the Pacific. Upper right,

shows the plane as it landed. Center, shows pilot leaving the burning plane. Lower right., the fire is out,
with no damage to carrier.

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With his "seeing eye" dog, "Duchess
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tel, ,< by as a modern war plane comes in for a landing on a newly con blind John Urich, of Washington,
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Gems of Thought Patient Had AptitudeFor

-- Variety of TasksAn
WE HAVE 'no more right to :r

happiness with- inmate of an asylum was,
out producing it than to con- I about to be discharged as cured. f
sume wealth without producing L : CEO/CE woRTS As he was preparing to leave, the IR

\- it.-George Bernard Shaw. superintendent called him in and

He that hath a good harvest THE STORY THUS FAR: Zone Corey, "I know what I'm saying," Paul the starlit darkness beyond the asked him about his plans.

may be content with some this- who hates herself for being so meek, Is said harshly. "I'm saying that hedge. Then she heard Steve's voice "Well," was the reply, "I was

tles.Provcrb.Urge railroaded Into Admiral taking a Duncan job she write docs not his you're nothing but a naturalborncheat "This war is apt to ruin every. admitted to the Bar, so I may ::

him with truth to frame his fair want memoirs., helping She Is In love with Paul Dun- It was written all over your thing," he said. His voice sounded practice law. I used to be an ac: : J

replies; can, the' admiral's grandson. While face! You were goofy-eyed! You thin. It sounded nervous. "There'svery countant, so I may become a ,,'
And sure he will; for wisdom never aboard the steamship Samoa en route to were ga-ga! You sat there, just apt to be trouble. I've spent bookkeeper. I speak six. languages /
lies.HOMER.' Hawaii a hand 'Is clamped over her drooling over that brother of mine!" most of the day at Kokee, lookingthe so I could be an inter- :
Most of the shadows of this mouth and she Is scooped up and tossed "Paul-" ground over. The only favorable preter. If I find the going tough, I I

life are caused by standing in Into the sea. She manages to catch hold "Let me finish," he snapped. factor is that they're working may become. a house painter or a :,
our sunshine. Henry Ward of a life ring some sailor tossed shock Zone over "Paul, I'm warning you. I''' won't with only a skeleton crew. They'llbe carpenter." '" :;

Beecher. board. On recovering, Paul's from handsome brother let you or any other man say such reinforced in a day or two. II With that he arose, placed his I
The test of unselfishness is learns, with whom she is Infatuated, was things about me." we're to get in there, it will certainly left hand on his hip, the back of :; I

not to forget ourselves; it is to taken violently In at the time she was "You'll let me say what I have to have to be tonight." his other against his forehead, ex,1,1
remember others. thrown off the boat. The admiral makesthe say," Paul replied. Steve's Voice hesitated. Zorie triedto tended his fingers, and added: "Or .:
announcement,that Pearl Harbor Is Zorie sat down again. He con- see his face, but she could not.' -I may become a tea kettle!"

bombed. tinued in the same strain. Her easier thanI
"Briefly, the setup is
e I:Las F..t....Rlndle.Lit .. .. shameless adoration of Steve. expected," he went on. "JY419is
IUabca Il.uUTIJJ / CHAPTER XII "Look at those flowers in your there. It's being used every day,

h hair! Ever since he put some white but not at night. They're using the

It was the first time that she had 'ginger flowers in your hair, you've old hookup for night-time listening."

4: exchanged more than a few words been wearing them, like a holy sym- Steve paused again. "I've learnedone

cQI with any of them since the night one bol! Steve the great, Steve the won thing of vital importance. II $

YOU of them had thrown her off the "Sa- derful puts ginger flowers in your will detect a plane more than fifteen fG I J <-I I
moa's" stern. hair and ,you melt. You go blah!" hundred miles away. That's five

OWE She became aware that all of them It was, she supposed, inevitable.Out hundred miles better than I was told

F v FJ were under a strain. Mr. Lanning of him was gushing the bitter- in Madrid."

drank his cocktails as fast as Steve ness that he had kept dammed up "Why," another voice interrupted,
CHILD would make them for him. By the since that morning of their discus- "didn't it detect the bombers that

same chest rub used when time dinner was announced, he must sion on deck. She realized the truth came over"' Pearl Harbor last Sun

have had seven or eight. Amber was -Paul could not take it. He had day?" The voice was so strained

nervous. Once, when she lit a cigarette cracked under the strain he had imposed that Zorie identified it, with diffi

QUINTUPLETSCATCH Zorie saw her hands shaking. on himself. His solicitude had culty, as Winthrop Lanning's. i

Something Zorie guessed, was in been a pretense, his ardor a sham. "How can you expect me to have i

the wind, and only Paul was unaware He did not, she realized, love her. the answer to that question?" Steve 0SNAPPY

COLDWonderful of it. He was aware only of Not at this moment. In the morn- answered. "The old hookup would ,

her. Whenever she glanced at him, have detected them. The carrier

he was looking at her with that puzzled could not have been more than two
for Grown-ups, Too expression in his eyes. He ft ? hundred miles offshore. Why didn'j

Whenever the Dionne Quintuplets catch did not drink at all. When she had the Oahu listening stations report
cold-their chests, throats and backsare % "
at them in time
immediately rubbed with Musterole. her second cocktail, she glanced FACTS
Musterole brings such prompt relief him. The old familiar expression of "What is this trouble you. men .
from coughs,sore throat,aching musclesof stern disapproval was about his tioned?" ABOUT
chest colds because it's MORE than mouth. "It has nothing to do with getting

just many an Doctors ordinary and"salve.Nurses!" call It's a what modern so Why, Zorie wondered, did he disapprove JY-419 out of the listening post," ; RUBBER

counter-irritant. It actually helps break of everything that was real 4 Steve answered. "JY-419 is in one I

up congestion in upper bronchial tract, ly fun? She suddenly felt hopeless compact sheet-steel cabinet thai .

nose! family and throat.! Buy Musterole foryour about Paul. She wondered if they y.fr weighs, at' a guess, between eighty JI

IN 3 STRENGTHS: Children's' Mild could ever work ,things out. She rp and one hundred pounds. It is being I
Musterole, Regular and Extra Strong. saw Paul suddenly as one of the unfortunates ..F kept in a small building some distance !
he was always talking h from the regular equipment. In spite of .wartime restrictions, I

about-the maladjusted people; the There's only a small plain padlockon American motorists traveled 280 !,
billion miles in 1943,
W the door. passenger
problem children grown up.:
a drop of about44 cent from
The Paul's increased
Eight of the admiral's'guests were pressure grasp the all-time setinl941.Sfeam
attractive couples from various on Zorie's wrist. He had
railroad miles traveledin
parts of the island. The ninth to a no doubt felt the tremor that had 1943 passenger were 2000 per cent

BE PREPAREDto arrive was a big man with iron' gone through her. She was begin above 1941.Another .

relieve colds'achy muscles,sore throat gray hair and, a square ruddy face. ning to realize fully what this meant.

with St. Joseph Aspirin, world's largest I His name,,Basil Stromberg, meant So this was Steve's "very danger. proof of the impor-
seller at 10j? No aspirin can do more for nothing to Zorie at first. Then she ,: ous game"-plotting with these sly, tance of rubber in tires: 34
you. Big 100 tablet size for only 35t. of sinister people to rob his own country large cities in the U. S. receive -
recalled the fragment conversa-
between ? of a secret and valuable plane- all! their milk by motor
iti she had overheard
device trucks.
Steve and the admiral in the garden ;
All the Paul had told
ugly things
that morning with Steve saying, "Idon't ,
,; : A single skid 'can :take as
her about Steve, together with all
are a damn who comes-as much 100 miles off tire.
as a
ARkIEDzo 'the ugly things of which she herself:
RttE 'IOU long is you get Basil Stromberg. Wartime speed and careful
him in his voice
suspected were
Zone sat down beside Paul and driving will prevent this mile-

MRS."Gwra ,, asked him who Stromberg was. 4vttt'Ox : r now. age waste.
"We can break that padlock and
"He's the of one of the big-
tGAy manager
y R'r RS qr c, carry the cabinet out."
gest plantations on the island. I suppose fr
Nazi : x.; "Wait a minute," another voice
he'just another althoughI
interrupted, and Zorie recognized it,
n... I suspected it before. {
: with its softness, as Pierre's. "How
Low-Spirited Moods "Why? r
And Fatigue Are Often Symptoms Paul shrugged. "Well, Steve do we get it out of that listening

Of Constipation I seems to prefer Nazis. It looks to post? Won't those sentries be shoot. a 7 Q;

For constipation take Nature' me as if he's turning Uluwehi into a ing at shadows?" y'

Remedy (NR Tablets).Contains no Nazi hotbed.?" Zorie saw dim figures in the star- "Probably," Steve answered. "II

chemicals,no minerals,no phenol de When dinner was over, they returned lit darkness beyond the hedge. will be dangerous and difficult, but
rivatives.>NR Tablets are differentact it isn't impossible. The shed in G
to the lanai under the big
different. Purely vegetable ing he might, but not now. He hat- which JY-419 is locked up is within r'Invest
for coffee and
tree brandy.
a combination of 10 vegetable ingredients banyan ed her for revolting against his Vic- fifty feet of the edge of the Kalalau
down beside the admiral.
Zorie sat ,
formulated 50
over years torianism. He hated her becauseshe Lookout. I mean-the edge of the
ego.Uncoated or candy coated,their When they had finished coffee, Paul
had refused to be
action is dependable, thorough, yet said: "Shall we take a little stroll? disciplinedand canyon. The sentry at that post
gentle. Get a 25l Convincer Box. We won't be missed." dominated. It was really as won't expect anyone to come up
Caution Take directed.NR simple as that. that "
: only as He was furious about something.His over edge.
TONIGHTTOMORROW ALRIGHT had that familiar narrow- "I can't go through with it," Paul "But is it humanly possible?" Pierre -
eyes said.eel want to be released from broke in. >k
ness and his mouth its well-known
ALL-VEGETABLE LAXATIVE thinness. He disapproved of the our engagement." "Yes. ,There's an old goat trail,
Any other time, Paul's outburst now overgrown with vegetation, thai
star-sapphire dress. Doubtless he .f
might have been justified-a little Don't in Liberty lUriV
of other I used as a boy. forget ]I
disapproved things, too. She
justified, although nothing she had know inch of that We
every country.
wondered in a little flurry of panic Bonds
done in her Buy
ever except innermost can slip in and out past the sentry.
just what she'd done to make himso
PR-TAB LTPRONE thoughts, could have justified this. "How?" Pierre asked dubiously."It .
angry.had "I understand," she said gently.In has been raining in the mountains -
taken dozen
They hardly a
spite of the ugly things he had for two days and nights. 'It

WORD SUGGESTION! He steps was when taking he pulled her toward his arm the away.iron- said, she was sorry for Paul. To- was raining steadily up there all] I

FOR ACID INDIGESTION. wood arbor on the beach. morrow, if she knew Paul, he would day. Don't forget that this is our
humble himself, would plead for her We
rainy season. can safely counton a
"What-what is it, Paul? Zorie
I asked. forgiveness. Yet, even tomorrow, rain tonight."

r NsSURVEY I "I he might realize that things, after "But if it isn't raining?" Mr.,Lan-
want to have a talk with you,
this, could never patched 'up. She ning asked.
Paul answered. "But'not
just .
want to think a little." yet.I hoped he would. She hoped this "Then we will overpower the sen.

When they reached the arbor Zor- was the'' end."You're try." (..
ie's eyes were growing used to, the free," Paul said waspishly. "That is very; very risky!" ( j' (
SHOWS "You're free to do whatever you' "The whole job is risky," Steve \ '
starlight. She found a bench and
sat down. It was the same bench on wish, to marry anybody you please." said impatiently.celt always has itI.j/\ ; )tt

which she had sat that To marry anybody she pleased! been. ,The fact that the war is on 'Y p
morning to
01 That in his mind, meant Steve. As that is %
I wrestle with her problem. doubles the risk. But not my \ / 1VI
if she had merely to mention to worry, Winthrop. With these blue / 1
Paul did not sit down. He stood /(1rr.
Steve that, she was now free to be headlights and with occasional halts
near her, with his hands in his coat his-and he would clasp her in his by the Provisional Police, it will takean / \

I I pockets. From that characteristic arms, to have and to hold, forever! hour to drive as far as we can

posture, with one shoulder down a Perhaps, in one sense, Paul was safely go. It will take us fully three Y0

little, she knew'what to expect, and right. Certainly, a large part of hours to follow' that old trail to the
she wondered if he /
took that stance'when'he
Steve's attraction was physical. She listening post, to get in, secure JY- )
was addressing his classes. could not recall ever being attractedso 419 and to get back to the caf. That

"Zorie," he said, "this evening strongly to Paul. will bring the time to three o'clock, INFECTION J

has shown me exactly what I'll be Anyway, she 'would not have to if we leave here at eleven. They ,:"
up against when we're married. I've marry Paul. She had escaped! will discover that JY-419 is gone WORKS FAST!

HELPS BUILD STAMINA been watching you and studying you Zorie was aware of a sense of by six at the latest. The navy will
all through dinner analyzing you as soaring relief. tear this island apart looking for it. abrasion Don't take should chances!be Any treated cut or

HELPS BUILD ACTUAL I've never bothered to analyze you "I understand, .Paul," she said Don't forget that this island is under promptly cleansing,followed ,

RESISTANCE TO COLDSTry before.: I've had the, pleasure of quietly. "Everything's finished. Per- martial law and that JY-419 is as by applications of Dr. Porter's :

watching you-the girl I'm going to haps 'it's best. I think we'd bettergo vital a war secret as the famous Antiseptic to nature's Oil. This healing wonderfulaid

: good-tasting Scott's Emulsion! Con marry day after tomorrow-staring back now." bombsight." esses has been a stand-by proc-for :.

tains natural A & D Vitamins that help continuously at another man, with "Ah, yes-back to your lovely "I won't," Mr. ,Lanning said dry- years, in treatment of minor
bring back energy and stamina if there such adoration, such worship that it Nazis!" cuts, bruises, burns, chafing,

' is dietary deficiency of these elements. nauseated me to watch it." Halfway to the blacked-out lanai, ly."I'm certain that we can get in sunburn bites, etc.,non-poisonous Keep it on hand insect in

) Take it daily. All druggistsl! Her sense of fear suddenly de Zorie heard men's voices. They there and get out withit_ ," Steve your medicine chest always for

parted. With it 'went all of her old came from the other side of a high continued. "But what will we do emergencies and use only as
directed. In 3 different sizesat
er feeling of meekness. box hedge that she and Paul were with it? It is very much like a playin I your druggist!
r Zorie got up. "Paul," she said about to pass. a football game. We 'will have
r o softly, "I think you'd better stop. I Paul seized her wrist. He whis- the ball, but we won't dare keep it.

think you don't quite realize what pered: "Keep quiet!" We must pass it as quickly as w.

you're saying. I think you had beter He pulled her close to the hedge. can into safer, stronger hand,"

i be awfully careful, Paul." Zorie saw several dim figures in (TO BE CONTINUED



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New Home Started To all who. wish to abide in God's Pullen, Martinez and others ,saw ac-I j this signal any watercraft within a' landscaped with walkways leadingto

he. I tion For the girls it was 'danger area shall leave it immediately (/ the cafeteria, cannery and vocational '!
lAt Cattle Project To all who are weary and would' Williams and Christian, forwards 'I and no craft shall enter a danger agriculture building Just
find rest. J] and McDuffie, Trice and Allen' area until practice has ceased. The ( back of the main buildings. The
To all who are lonely and seek : guards. Substitutes included Dc-
] completion of each bombing prac- diagram also has a lay-out for foot-
rConstruclion of a new three-bed-old friendship. | Vane, Adams, Davis, Alston and tice will be signified by the dropping! ball field, swimming pool, badminf". ..
room bungalow west of the To all who strive to know the O'Brien. of 'a black smoke bomb at each tar- ton, croquet and tennis courts. "
tfairy was begun this week by the mind of Christ and walk in His way, ;' get. i The general construction of the

1 United States' Sugar Corporation as we extend a cordial welcome. |Bombing Areas Are- These regulations shall not deny i building will be hollow]] tile and brick i1
\1 )some for Dale Snodgrass, who has Ii :
cattle i j : veneer with a tile roof on visible ,
ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL (Continued from Page 1)) proceedareas I sloping portions. "
tir oject .
'This construction will be the same CHURCH 1 minutes and thirty seconds west.!; 26 i Just how closely the present 1
&a that for the home of the Townsite degrees, 58'' minutes and 30 seconds of the presence of any such vessel plans will be adhered to will depend r:
Village foreman which is now underway Services every sunday at 8:30a. North and 80 degrees 54 minutes !I i i in a..danger area, the Officer in j, on the amount of money which is
on Pacific Avenue. It will be m., at Clewiston Community West; 27 degrees, 01 minutes and I I Charge of bombing practice shall', made available for the construc- (

of concrete block with stuccoed ex- Church. 130 seconds North and 80 degrees 46 II ,'' cause the cessation or postponement' tion but it is. probable that as muchof
terior. The Rev, S. D. Mason, Vicar. I minutes West;, 27 degrees, 05 minutes 'of such practice until the vessel has the plant as possible will be l'l'
I 1 and .30 seconds North and 80 cleared that part of the area or until erected at once with the remainder ':

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH i I I degrees, 44 minutes West. The two!,ii I there is adequate safety distance held over as a post-war project. )

1[. C. Meador, Pastor Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor j i i last named are in the northeast]!I between the target and such vessel. I(I ,
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The vessel shall proceed on normal -
I corner of the lake, southeast of
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Kiwanis ;Club Hears- .j.jI
School-9:45 i, Okeechobee and northwest of Port!j I course and shall not delay its .
Sunday a. m. !
Mass: Clewiston 9:00 a. m. j
Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. Pahokee 11:00 a. m. I j: Mayacca, the second described is:, progress. -' I'I -
Training Union-6:15 p. m. r i l'northeast of Clewiston and almost I I. --- ---- i (Continued from Page '1)

Evening Worship-7:30 m. 1 due east of Moore Haven in the center State I were drawn and cost data obtained
p. J [: Approves
Prayer and Praise service, Wednesday Pioneer 'Editorcontinl1 1 of the Lake and the other is I __ i an interview was" arranged 'last Mon- :
at 8:00 m. northwest of Moore Haven, a few:I day with State Superintendent Colin '1
p. '
The Sunday School of the First from miles out from Big .Bear. Beach. I|j l (Continued from Page 1) !'I English who gave his approval to the ,;
baptist Church is 'rapidly outgrow- ( 1) i Navigation will be permitted in : the central 'section which has a two : plans; except for minor changes, and :
in West Palm Beach but his will
story front. This cen-tralsection is :
ing its quarters. This means the danger areas except when to the bond issue for $450,000 for
and ,there'was found :
was opened I| the auditorium which will probably
growth. Have you been 'instrumental bombing practice i is being conducted. i the greater portion of the program. !
in bringing this to pass? Your definite arrangements for graveside'his fu-I I Bombing practice will take .place !j also be used as a gymnasium until J I The school board would, he said, :
neral. He asked only for I 1 -
will help us to realize all in the areas daily throughout the, such time as a separate gymnasiumcan meet next week to take steps toward
presence )
ervices and burial at Port Mayacca.
the more the need. of additional room."We year, regardless of season, during be constructed. The second [ calling an election of property
a few miles north of Canal Point '
are .now expanding as conditions the period between sunrise_ and sunf story of the front elevation has i owners of the Clewiston district to
the shores of Lake Okee-'
and near '
permit and we need ;your help I cho bee. set. Advance notice will be givenof I large visual education ,room which approve the bond issue which will

%o grow a real Bible School in our ..- I the date on which the first such opens onto the balcony overlooking. raise slightly the school millage. i ij
SommXTnity. Classes for all ages practice will begin. At intervals of the auditorium.The j I Bert D. Keck, Stuart architect ;

land tine teachers for each age Basketball Teams-. not more than three months there- front entrance Is into the ( who drew the plans for the new .

)igroup. Be with us Sunday. I after, notice will be given that corridor which runs through the en- i(building, also attended the meetingand

The Ordinance of the Lord's sup- bombing practice is continuing. Such tire building and just across this explained, in detail, the pro-
tier will be administered at the evening (Continued from Page 1) notices will appear in local news- corridor from the entrance is a posed construction of a new high
service this Sunday. with the final tallies being 39 to 34 I papers and in "Notice to Mariners.," foyer leading into the auditorium. school and furnishings to cost ap'

The circles of the W.; M. S. will favoring the visitors. Danny Jack- Prior to the conduct of each Classrooms are arranged along both proximately $250,000, the construction 9
meet Tuesday at 3:30 p. m., places man, visiting forward, was the high !| bombing practice the areas will be sides of the corridor in the wings of a new Harlem colored school
to be announced. scorer and the sparkplug of his ]i patrolled by naval aircraft which I. with a four-classroom section meet- and the changes planned in the existing

The mia-week prayer and praise team. j I i will make a preliminary run over ing these wings at the end at right school buildings.'

'service supplies a definite spiritual Starting line-ups for the boys was ,i each target and warn vessels to leave angles and dropping back to the Visitors at. the meeting included

need to all who attend. The time as follows: Pape and Trice, for- the area by' dropping a red smoke same depth as the auditorium.The R. B. Walker of Hollywood, Fred C.

Is 8:00 p. m. each Wednesday.: Let wards, Wilcox, center and Beardsley bomb and by "zooming" a safe dis- area between the' wings and Sikes, Carl E. Johnson, M. R. Stroud

Xis welcome you this next Wednesday. and Sullivan, guards. Harben, I tance to one side. Upon receiving the auditorium would be beautifully and W. H. Ezell.

The auxiliaries of the W. M. S.

meets as follows: G. A.'s at the

church Wednesday at 3:45 p. m.

Sunbeams at the church Thursday ,

at The 3:30 choir p. m.:will begin their weekly r Y a '::'c' 'Tj'Tj'I

"practice Thursday at 8 p. m. All,

members and' others who would like

to sing come.with us' are cordially invitedto _

The W. M. U., Brotherhood and \ \ } '

1?31)\o1"s and Laymen's conference .
and General State Baptist Convention -: 'sue: Z-5

will convene in Jacksonville

Monday through Thursday. night .:>f
this next week.

"The commonst duty may become /I\I9 '
the Father's business when we re- ;
err are.r ; 'i
nember Him in the doing of it." 9. c, 9D t op /


))a\-hl C. Hancocklillistcl', "

SUNDAY, JAN. 21, 1945

Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C.
:U. Gericke, superintendent. Classes ) ..
tor all ages.Morning a ;:
Worship, 11:00 a. m. A 'j! (,

nursery for small children is conducted '

at the Community Center.

The choir will sing "Speak, Lord"

"by; Von Berge,and "I Am the Light" L /J '_ 0 \\hY..Mi
by Stults. ..arinsa
"The Perils of Virtue" is the ,

theme of the minister's sermon. "':. ,::1L.' :" :"" -' ; .," ,'"

Westminster Fellowship. 'meeting -
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