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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME .1C-NUMBER 27 CLEWISTON, :FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 16, 1945 SUBSCRIPTION-.$2.5O PER YEAR

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LEGAL NOTICE OF Boys Win 'Sears RED CROSS DRIVE TO Annual St. Patrick's LT. EDWIN WARD IS

Roebuck Farm Prize Dance Tomorrow Night


'': ", k BOND ELECTION IS Donald Farnam of Moore Haven CONTINUE UNTIL ALL Everything is all set for a great FREED BY RUSSIANS



; : BEGUN THIS WEEK and were War Clifford Savings each the Stamps Beatty winners for of of their Clewiston$2.50 par-in I'I'ADULTS CONTACTED Auditorium time be at held the Saturday in St.the Patrick's Sugarland evening Day, March Danceto Park FROM NAZI PRISONLt.


., 1944 Food for Vic- -.-. 17, from eight until twelve o'clocic.
; ticipation in the
Edwin ,
O. Ward, Clewiston'sfirst
Clewiston's tickets and be sure
Get
contest sponsored Although War Fund your now
A legal notice published elsewhere tory Production : prisoner of war, has been released -
is written the stub, in
name on
Sears Roebuck Foundation. The Drive workers put the local chapter's your
in this issue of the News calls by from a German Prisoner of
order that have a chanceon
contest was based on the Farm account quota over the top in four you may

attention to the special election to records as kept by the boys days after the'campaign opened, the door prize, a very valuable War' Camp In northern Germany and
is presumed to be in Russia.
now
be ,held in Special School Tax Dis- taking Vocational Agriculture and they are not content to' relax their I prize contributed by Anthony's ci
This received in telegram
news was a -
17 to determine eligible by being active members of efforts until every adult in the area I West Palm Beach. For a number
trict No. 7 on April
from the War Department re-
to be eligible, the holder must be in
I I i
of America or- has been contacted 'and been given
the Future Farmers
whether or not bonds will be issued a chance to make a contribution, it : the auditorium at the time of the I ceived by his wife Mrs. Mildred
ganization.
in the amount of $450,000 for the I drawing. Ward, early Tuesday morning as follows -
1 1 t Announcement of these winners was announced yesterday by Mrs.

building of a new high school build- I came from the office. of J. F. Williams M. M. Prewitt, co-chairman of the Several other spot prizes will be :

ing in Clewiston and the improve- Jr., State Advisor, Florid drive here. offered during the evening and, Washington, D. C. '

.". ment of existing school buildings. Association, F.F.A., Tallahassee. The War Fund Drive committeehas don't forget, hot dogs and drinks Mrs. Mildred Ward:

I Although all registered voters of -- estimated, on the basis of the' will be on sale.Railroad Am pleased t'o inform you report

the district were permitted to sign best population figures available, received from United States military -
Leads
the petitions asking that the election Belle Glade that there are some 1600 white Trestle mission in Moscow' states your

'"be held, only those qualified voters 19-11 In 'Inter-City adults in Clewiston and a careful husband, Lt. Edwin O. Ward, previously -

who are freeholders will be permit- check made this week indicates that Damaged By Fire reported a prisoner of war,

,'. ted to vote In the forthcoming elec-;i Golf Match SundayA only 917 'of these have so far made has been released from a prisonerof

tion. This, if approved, it will 'be a contribution. Inspired by the following Sunday' Morning war camp. The 'War Department

entirely: by those who will have to letter from the National War invites submission of a message not

I r bear the cost through increased most interesting inter-city golf Fund Chairman, Colby M. Chester, Five spans of the railroad trestle to exceed twenty-five words for attempted -
match was played on the local! to him.
Message
delivery
\.... taxes. the workers are hoping, that the across Industrial Canal on the Atlantic -
l' The bonds" proposed to be issued course Sunday"afternoon: between a remaining. 683 who have not con- Coast Line just south of Clew- should be addressed to casualty
group of Belle Glade and a group of branch AGO 2515 Munitions
.room
will be in denominations of $1,000each tributed will be contacted for con-
Clewiston golfers the visitors win- iston, wer'e badly damaged by fire Bldg. Further information will be
and will be numbered from 1 tributions or' voluntarily send their ]
,-, ning the matches 19-11. A return in the early morning hours ,on Sun= furnished when received.
to 450 inclusive. They will matureIn checks within a short time.

I numerical order on the, first day match will be played on the com- Mr. Colby's letter was in part day and a slight delay in operationsof l Dunlap, acting
ing Sunday in Belle Glade.E. The Adjutant General.It .
of April of each year. $18,000 will as follows: "Recent reports received the Clewiston sugar house was
Leonard, 'pro at the ClewistonGolf
I was known several weeks ago
mature in 1946 to 48, $19,000 in from Red Cross overseas per- caused the fire.A .
Course. states this week that by that
least the
at a part of prisoners
1949 and 1950, $20,000 in 1951 and sonnel confirm without exceptionthe
local golfers will begin qualifying southbound cane train passed !III[ from the camp in which Lt. Ward
1952 etc. thousand
increasing a growing need for Red Cross
rounds Saturday for the city champ- over the trestle at 11:25 Saturday was held had been freed by the
I
dollars in each succeeding two-year the
service during coming :year. .
I ionship match tournament of 18 night and there ;was no evidence. i i Russian ,drive to the North Sea but
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period until 1960; then the incerase Your campaign, therefore should
holes. This will not be a handicap a fire. When the same train returned as weeks passed without word the
1' will be a thousand dollars more within I
until adult
not be closed every -
; match and there will be eight pair- I about .three-fifteen the trestle -; family had begun to fear that he
each I
1964
year through, and jump your chapter jurisdiction has
ings in each bracket: was burning briskly on 'the south
II was not among those liberated. Not
from $28,000 in that year to $32,000 I
been to contribute
asked even
I In the Sunday matches the following side. The Clewiston fire department alone the family but the entire town
in the final maturity The
1965
though goal have been
your may
.', matched. The at and finally
summoned
players were I was once rejoiced in the receipt of this good
State Board of Education has agreed reached before that time."
first named is the Belie Glade entry extinguished the blaze, about fivsthlrty -nev.s.i .
to purchase the last maturing halfof Donations have been coming in I I
I ,
i and the second, Clewiston's entry: Sunday morning: The main Lt. Ward was captured on March
the bonds and no difficulty every day, Mrs. Prewitt states, and.it i I i
O. G. McWhorter and Phil Mc- steel undamaged.
span was 24, 1943, in the Tunisian campaign
anticipated in selling the others if '
that the
quite likely I
appears
Cracken; II. R., Hithcock and Joe The cause of the fire was undetermined -i and was first imprisoned in Italy.
the issue is approved by the voters amount raised here during this
Garcia; R. R. Taylor and Foy Dur- the possibility that a Mrs. Ward received a telegram from
-on April 17. 1 drive will' be' than in II
rence; J. W, Milligan and Dink greater any: spark from the engine might have the War Department early in April a
The places of voting for this elec- .
.. Davis B. "'eeks'and Lynwood previous drive. Y" ignited dry under the span be
I I ; grass 1 I that he was missing in action and
tion shall
be the same as the usual The will its
theater begin
own
Blount J. W. Mosely and Joe lng'quickly ruled out when it was the
I I ; I following day Fr. Timothy J.
places of voting in general elections I
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Red Cross drive this week and following
:, within the district. Registration I Schroeder; H. C. Van Landinghamand the the learned that it had been thoroughlyI I II Geary, pastor of St.. ,:Margaret's
showing of special
Bob Ruet; George Bender and I cleaned just a few days before. Catholic Church here at that time
books will ,
remain open during the Tubby Owens Jens .McKee 'and 'H. appeal as a short feature by Ingrid { A railroad work train' was on received 'a telegranf, from Catholic
usual hours each"':. usiness "
.
on day .Bergmaneach night;local -girls in '
'. edt 'Ii Rpbinsorij. :Cf'Betzner and E. : hand almost by thetime"ti,. lames !i officials asking him' to notify the
until five dli6pre the"election
costum'es
Red Cross will take a col
for the registering voters E. Kelly; Joe Andrews -and C. L. were extinguished i to begin rebuili-I' family that Lt. Ward was. safe in
for this
of lection. substantial
A sum is expected -
and'Bob
trestle
McLendon the
; Cliff Livingston ing damaged an Italian camp.
special election. The county Super- Johnson; C. J. Aspey and.Grant' to be raised in this manner. trestle was back in use by 6:30 Monday -
visor of Registration will'be requir- The Not too many months later came
first collection from the coin.
Freeman Bill Scriver and E. I morning.
'ed to submit ; pro the American invasion of Italy and
a certified list of boxes placed in business houses in .
.. Leonard, pro; Luther Jones and W. Another .accident held up cane,
qualified freeholders to the election the transfer of pirsoners from the
C. Owen; Al Robin and Marty the area amounted to $61.87. shipments. Wednesday when five I I
officials at the two Dolling places mail Italian camps to Germany and Lt-
Walsh; Jack Thorne and A. J. Contributors are asked to I cars were derailed on a line near :
t. and another copy is to be filed by Ward was placed at Oflag 64 in Poland -
their checks Mrs R. C.
directly to
I Thielen W. J. 'Vhiteand Bill Bur- Belle Glade.
. ;
the school board. I I Wilson administration where he has remained until
headquarters -
dick Jack Bouldin I
Mrs. Louise Hare, Mrs. G. B. :I len ; and Larry Thie-. member of the war fund com- the Russian drive started a few

I -' Rackstraw and Judson Francis have I mittee, or hand them to any worker. Girl Scouts Have weeks ago The prisoners were then
been named taken from Poland to within
as inspectors for the II camps
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Clewiston polling place in City Hall I Drastic Cut In i I l Investiture Service German and Lt. Ward was in a

I : and Mrs. Ruth Beardsley has been camp in northern Germany directly -

:,''." named clerk. In Hooker's Point the I Shoe Production STUART! ROTARIANS I The Girl scou't'-I Investiture in the path of the Russians when

inspectors will be Mrs. L. L. Lowe, Announced OPAThe ice was held Tuesday sen'-I they broke through the Polish cor-
I By
Mrs. J. E. Davidson. Mrs. Jewel GUESTS WEDNESDAYAT the Community Center, with ridor and continued on the North

Hooker and W. C. Hooker will be Andrews Barbara :Moore: and Mary I Sea a few miles west of Stettin.
local ration office this
morn-
'Clerk. Louise Thomas receiving their scout ; There came reports then that many
ing calls attention to the drastic cut pins. I if not all of the prisoners in this

.. which has been made by the War USSC LUNCHEONA
American Legion Committee members present were camp had been liberated and the
Production Board in the supply of I
) :Mrs. G. N. Pitzen, Mrs. C.. H. Berner, family has waited anxiously for
Post Has leather for civilian ,shoe manufac-
,L Meeting Mrs. C. E. Bailey, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle news since that time.
I II
ture. .It is believed that there will group of more than forty mem-
and Mrs. Eugene Powers. Other j f Lt. Ward the son of A. O. Wardof
: be not more than fifteen per cent bers of the Stuart Rotary Club wej.ethe I
: American Legion Post No. C9 helda present were Pat Bailey, Car- : Clewiston, entered the service in

-a very short meeting this weep -it I as much leather ,for this use during guests of 'the United States I Teen I Berner, Joan Crouch Edith t 1941 and was assigned to the in-
the coming year as was availablelast
the Clewiston Inn for the purpose of Sugar Corporation at a luncheon at Jeanne. Bartz, June Espen- fantry. He was trained at Camp

p discussing the Sixth District Amer- No year.change has been made in the the Clewiston Inn Wednesday.The I r laub Christine Espenlaub, Shirley WaIters, Texas, and Camp Grant,

ican Legion Convention to be held Owen, Caroline Robinson, :Mildred Illinois, and attended officer'sschool
rationing set-up by the OPA except arranged by Ed-
meeting was
in Arcadia this Sunday. J. E. Beards- j i Duba, and Mary Davidson. ; at Ft. Benning, receiving his

ley was selected to attend this con- the extension of the next shoe win A. Menninger, editor of the Following the service the mothers commission there on September: 24,

vention which will elect delegates stamp but the local office warns Stuart Daily. News, who has been a II I were honored with a fried 1942. During his leave after grad-

i that everyone should conserve their chicken the. tober 2 to Miss Mildred Durst and
to attend the State and National visitor in Clewiston many times supper. Those enjoying
stamps, and shoes for it be
Convention and the Service Officers I may who wished to give his fellow Ro- dinner were Mrs. J. K. Rogers, Mrs j uation: he was married here on Oc-
distance to the next
'School. Visitor at this meeting was some pair. tarians of whom had never I' Floyd Andrews Mrs. W. C. Owen, left after a few days for Fort Pic-
some
The shortage will be greatest fnmen's i iI
'Carl Anderson. 'I visited the 'glades, an opportunity Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. F. C. Long, I kett: Va. Shortly: thereafter he
I: and children's shoes, using I t
II \ more leather than most ladies' shoes. to see the agricultural marvels of 1 1I Mrs. W. A. l\Ioore, lis. Davidson went overseas and was among the

.. : I MrsJ.: P. Bartz. and Troop Leader, first to make the landing at Casa-
'Community Sing Is 'j According to the local office there I the lake section.W. Miss Laura Bailey. Following the blanca.It .

are more applications for extra shoe C. Owen made a brief addressof
1 is understood that some of ,the
: 1Frid Night dinner the entire group joined in
I ration stamps.- than any other stamps welcome to the visiting delega- singing. .. I liberated[ prisoners have already'

used in the ;rationingprogram.Important tion and introduced: .-the Clewis'tonmen I been flown home and it is believed

The community sing held at who attended the luncheon. ,
I likely that others will be sent baCK
Sngarland Park recreation center Meeting, Of :Mayor E. E. Kelly then expressed 'I Garden Club Notice as soon as possible.

last Friday night under the auspicesof I I the: welcome of the City of Clewis-

the United States Sugar Corpora Cadet Club Thursday j ton and Mr. Menninger made the The Clewiston Garden Club will .
P.-T. A.' Executive
tion's recreation committee, was at-f I. -- I response for the Rotarians. I hold its monthly meeting on Tuesday -

tended by a crowd of between fifty! luncheon the group than March
1 I An important meeting of the Following the March 22, rather on Meeting Tuesday

.. ... and seventy-five people. I I Cadet Club has been called for four I was taken on a tour of the sugarhouse I 29. Hostesses for the afternoon
The affair was considered a great : with W. Davis, John Mrs. P. M.
o'clock next Thursday afternoon at Fred will be Mrs. W. W. Perry,
success and many ,of those. attend-" the Community, Center by Mrs. E. I DeValcourt W. C. Owen, C. A. Martinez I McIntyre Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford and I The Parents-Teachers Association
ing expressed the wish that these will hold an executive meeting at the
W. and Willard Doty as guides. Mrs. E. E. Kelly. Mrs. E. L. Stew-

sings he held regularly. The recre- Durst president. I They boarded their bus for the return art, chairman of the Civic Committee school house Tuesday: evening
All officers of the club all serv-
ation committee has agreed to hold I ice chairmen of the various community trip about three-thirty. I will have charge of the pro- I March 20, at 8:15. meeting has
these as often as possible but no The regular monthly
included
I[ organizations and all ladles j The visiting delegation gram.
date has as yet been set for the of the community interested in the'I I i Mr. and Mrs. H, Singlehurst, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart has announced that : been postponed until meeting the following the

next one.Kiwanians. club are urged to he present. Mrs, Neal C. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. the program of planting the 'trees I I Tuesday at which the twelfth grades

T--. r- I'I D. L. Williams Mr. and Mrs. R. F. l throughout the city has been postponed seventh through
will presenta
Have 1 CATHOLIC LADIES MEET Wiley, Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Grun- i until the rainy season. ;home! economics classes under the direc-
fashion pageant
Mrs. A. P. Poaski,
wald, Mr. and
Song Fest WednesdayThe 1 The Catholic Ladies Club met at I Mrs. Martha Sorensen, John Pro- tion of Miss Hull.

the home of Mrs. G. N. Pitzen this haska. Dr. L. B. Ernist Wm. J. Kraft, Albert Trefny Raymond REVIVALThe

Clewiston Kiwanians met I week. The meeting, for the most Cramer, Arthur R. Clonts, Mildred PaoskI Fred Orman, Fred L. Hall, I BAPTIST TO HAVE

Wednesday evening of this week. I i part, was taken up with the discussion Clonts, Larry D. Strong Clarence John Darby and Mr. Menninger.the lunch- Rev. H. C. Meador announcedthis

Following a Red Cross War Fund and completing of plans for Jalas, Jack Murray Stephen Koron- Local people attending April 15

Drive report by Mrs. M. M. Prewitt,1 I I the St. Patrick's Dance to be held ski, Kenneth H. Strimmell Phil eon were: H. T. Vaughn, M. W. week that beginning Church will begin
L First Baptist
t iv the members joined In group sing- this Saturday night. Pence, A. G. Leach, Harry W. Co- Bigg, E. L. Stewart H. A. Bestor, the revival. Rev. Thad

I hill Albert A. Heal, Bert Kreuger, Fred Sikes, Fred Davis, E. E. Kelly, their spring
; ing. E. Leonard, golf pro in chargeof Mrs. Pitzen served refreshmentsto Florida, will
Manatee,
of
the local golf course, was guest l the sixteen members who were Luther Dawson, A. H. Schlomer, A. Carr Settle, W. N; Martin and J. E. Entzminger

.at this_ .meeting, present. H. Dodd, O. O. Eridenier, If. B. Beardsley. I do the preaching.


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.I PAGE TWO THE OLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1948
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RATIONING Y5, Z5, A2, B2, C2, D2 now j FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I our community who are members ofa the theme of the ministre's sermon.
valid, expire June 2. H. C. Meador, Pastor church who does not have a houseof Westminster Fellowship meetingat
CALENDARPROCESSED E2, F2, H2, J2, now valid, expire I worship in this locality. May we 6:00 p. m., at the church.
June 30. Sunday School-9:45 a. m. I give you a special invitation to wor-
SUGARSugar 11:00 ship regularly with us? You do not ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL
Worship m.
I Morning a.
FOODS Stamp No. 35 good for five have. to belong to our church to be CHURCH
Blue Stamps-X5, Y6, Z5, A2, pounds, expires June 2. Training Union.-6:15 p. m. I a regular worshipper there. Let us
=3T now valid, expire. March 31. FUEL OIL I Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. have the privilege of grasping your Services every Sunday at 8:30a.
C2, D2, E2, F2, G2 now valid,I Period 4 and 5 (last season) and I Prayer Service Wed., 8:00 p. m., hands in welcome next Sunday. We m., at Clewiston Community.
"expire April 28. periods 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, (this., season, ) April 1st the time of our evening shall be delighted to have you visit Church.THE
H2, J2, K2, L2, :M2. now valid, valid for 10 gallons each. I I services will be moved forward one- with us."Tuesday. REV. S. D. MASON, I.
(eapbve June 2. SHOES half hour. Meeting as follows- the women of the church Priest in Charge.
N2, P2, Q2, R2, S2 now valid. ex- Airplane Stamps Not 1, No. 2 and I I Training Union, 6:45 p. m., Even- will gather at the church at 3":30
.re June 30. No.. 3 now good. ing ,Worship, 8:00 p. m. for a visitation' program. This ST. .MARGARET'S' CHURCH. I .
Red Stamps Q5, R5, S5 now val- Our annual revival begins the I should prove 90gre experience, to -
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I' Fr. Peter J..
all who participate. Will be Reilly, Putor"t
id, expire March 31. I' If you haven't already given to II 15th of April. Rev. Thad Entz-' one? you Mass: Clewiston 9:00 a. m. I
T5, U5, V5, W6, X5 now. valid,' the Red Cross, then you should do I minger will do the preaching.. j Will you put a red circle around p'ahokee"l09 a. m.
expire April 28. so at. once. I[ You may be one of the many in]
____ 'I i the 21st day of this month? This
__ Iqllllll will remember that
'-- help you to at
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I ial blessing awaiting you at the First GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Baptist Church. Many have been .---
receiving these and we want you to G. Nottingham, Agent

''Let The Service Leader i iService share Bring it your with neighbor us. Don't also.forget Good- Box 6527

singing and fellowship are in store. I ClewistonFlorida I
If I We have been- having splendid
turn-outs to choir practice and may .
I. we encourage, you to continue to -
Your Car come. Be there at 8 p. m.: Thursday -I
of this next week. Then be TAYLORSBROMO
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f .sure to be present on Sunday for I ASPIRIN
your place is always vacant when

i In times like these it's more important than ever' before to keep you The are auxiliaries not there.of the W. %M. S. I Headaches Neuralgia

your car in perfect running order--;to have the brakes, engine, : I will meet _as follows: Sunbeams at I" Common ColdsJohnson's
the church Wednesday. at 3:30 p.
tires-every vital part-carefully checked at regular intervals by m.;, G. A.'s at the church Wednesdayat ...---......... .?........--...r. .w...,....,.
3:45 p. m.; R. A.'s at the Men's
your Chevrolet dealer. He's located near you; he services all class room Thursday at 7:30 p. m.; i

makes; he's a skilled, experienced member of America's leading Y.Cornette W. A.rFiday at the at home 8 p. of m. Edythe, I:: Fish Camp I

automotive service organization. All signs indicate "More (Near Hurricane Gate)
CLEWISTON.: COMMUNITY Clewiston, Fla. I
people go to Chevrolet dealers for service than to any other dealer CHURCH Boats and Motors-Guide Service I
David O. Hancock, Minister Rates ReasonableW.
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organization.. .. Let the service leader service your car H. Johnson, Mgr.
: SUNDAY. MARCH 18, 145
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but the Bible, no other law ,but love, j:_:: 'FORTAXICABS' F
and no other master but Christ. The il| V
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only terms of membership are the I :
conditions of salvation-a profession ::: DAY AND NITE SERVICE .z t

: Ca.r ence of to Him.faith in To Christ every and believer obedi-in j:.:: PHONE 18 :::

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Christ we extend the invitation : : : : : : : : : : : :.:.: :.: :..:..::..:..:..:..:..:..:..
join in the worship and fellowship |
of. our church. '
.. Sunday School, 9:45: a. m., Dr. C. I j i
G. M. FORDCivil
E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes I
Pahokee and Clewiston for all ages. I! Engineer and Surveyor
Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. A I Specializing In Everglades
nursery for small children is con-
ducted by the' Mothers' Club at the Surveys
I Community Center. I Clewiston, Fla. Phone 164
OWNER I "Why Belong to the Church?" is II'
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SUNDAY Once during an opera, Richard iANOTHE'R.? information on various subjects ?
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And live life.intense.
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prima donna who was more than .
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find
;: ., I 3o little requires :Df Released The Moody by Western Bible Institute Newspaper of Chicago.Union. had to carry the lady across the The Questions of transit used to go over the

very se-nse- threshold of a cottage. Niagara falls?

1 eCannj Exerting herculean effort, he 1. How many Presidents of the 8. What is the largest' bay in the ,

Lesson' for March 18 managed to lift the heroine, but United States are buried in Arlington United States?
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,: t b his knees almost buckled when he National cemetery? ,The Answers

\0b Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected started to walk. Gritting his teethhe 2. What is a sophist?

," ,, Council and of Religious copyrighted Education by International; used by staggered across the stage, and 3, "Arms and the Man," by 1. One William Howard Taft.

,-, ;, permission with a sigh of relief deposited her George Bernard Shaw, was set to ,
2. A
fallacious
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:: THE LAW OF, LIFE 3. "The Chocolate Soldier."
I "Oh, Mr. Crooks, she gushed", 4. Who was known as WoodrowWilson's 4. Col. Edward M. House..
"did I cause you much trouble? "other self"?
LESSON TEXT-Matthew 253146.: 5. Playful raillery.
... GOLDEN TEXT-Thou shall love the Lord "Not at all, madam," he lied, 5. What is badinage? 6. Alcatraz Island ,

;'", thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy the veins standing out on his neck 6. What institution' is known as -- 7. No, a rubber ball was;,also
,: WNU Features. loul, and with all thy mind. This is the "But tomorrow night let's make it "The Rock"? used. -
3rst and commandment And the sec "
great in two trips.
7. Is the barrel the only means 8. Chesapeake bay.To .
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neighbor as thyself.-Matthew 223739.

f CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORKTineapple' ':-
Acid
Our lesson presents a great judg- Indigestion I

ment scene-majestic, solemn, stir-
;,' Relieved in 5 minutes or double money back Pattern
confuse it with the Centerpiece
! ring. Many judg When excess stomach acid causes painful,anf focattnK -
:nent of the Great White Throne in gas,soar stomach and heartburn,doctors usually
" medicines .L .L .L
prescribe the fastest-acting known for
AGENTS WANTEDLADY Revelation 20. But Matthew 25 is symptomatic rebef-medicines J like those in Bell-ana obtain complete crocheting Instructions
; Tablets. No laxative. Bell-ans brings comfort In a
obviously the judgment of nationsv. Iffy or doable J ynumoney back on return of bottleRelief : for the Mrs. Reynolds Pineapple
WANTED In every community, both ( 32)) for their treatment of Christ's to w. lie at all druggist*. ,. ... ':: .:. Doily (Pattern No. 5824) send 16 cents to
'V' ,' rural and city, to sell line of household __'..'i:1:!-. '61.....,. .. coin your name, address and the pattern
," necessities to her neighbors. Our line includes orethren (v. 40)), a word referring ...., .! ..; ..; ,'-, number.
such scarce items as cheese and ..
.. laundry soap. Liberal commission. General ;primarily: to Jews, but also spoken r -: 'a : Due to an unusually large demand and
lA'i' \. '
;',' Products Company (U-3), Albany Georgia of in Matthew 12:4850.I. : At Last : :: : ,'S current war conditions, slightly more timeIs
;\ :;;' :" : =iE: : f." required in filling orders for a few of
Divides '-'>;:': ,'-; ','(S':':: : .'
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Judgment vv. .n =, ,..:;:ft1.'i, .. .; ,.. the most popular pattern numbers.
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arated into two groups on the basis Creomulsion relieves promptly be- "I' ) ".4m"I..7.4 530 South Wells St. Chicago 7, HI.

CITRUS fRUIT Df: their treatment of the brethrenof cause it goes right to the seat of the a; JJ.., :: a' Enclose 16 cents for PatternNo.
Christ. trouble to help loosen and expel : )""j ''rf : ,' \ ,
A bushel of delicious tree ripened citrus

',_-.,' fruit,from containing the famous both:Maxcy oranges Florida and Groves grapefruit -, The fact that God has drawn a to germ soothe laden and phlegm heal,raw and, tender aid nature, inflamed } I ;' !QJ J>>Jii ii .!.. .'.'. Name.

t!;. 'I direct to you, express prepaid, for $4.50. line of division down through all bronchial mucous mem- lf. ;fj,1... ...l..J
Mail orders solicited. Fruit picked daily humanity and that each one of us ison branes. Tell your druggist to sell you : : ,.. 'l ,t. {l1J11. ,/rI..,',., Address
;: and shipped to you by fast express. bottle of Creomulsion with the '
a
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: : Descriptive booklet and list of various one side or the other is not a :!.... loa .,,.'.I.\-. :... .'' '
4 price derstanding you must like the way it .' '.\ "" .. ". .' \... ... ,.04 \ '
' size packages sent free. Reference: :doctrine which finds ready acceptance quickly allays the cough or you are ;;, ': I\ \ ., ..'.; I
!" : Tropical State Bank Sebring, Florida. with modern thinking, but it is to have your money back.CREOMULSION. I ......f.. Ir.i.; I ;_'
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; Sebring, Florida nonetheless a fact. 'Y F z :liit ii.i J.1i, {ir Secret ,Is'Out!

:': It is because He loved us enoughto For Coughs,Chest Colds, BronchitisNO r ,'I. .;.: \ ...1. ;!!:.:=. l..II..IA '_.. It's no secret that Nu-Maid Mar-
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:I: Cabbage Plants $2 per dividing line which assures us of .: ;i-;: !I7;;; r i Nu-Maid, is the Table-

'4 1.000; all other varieties 75c 1000. eternal joy and blessedness. ASPIRIN FASTER Grade Margarine ."% made espe-
Onion plants $1 per 1,000 f. o. trL: genuine St. Joseph Aspirin. cially for use on the table!-Adv.
than
;; LINDSEY PLANT CO. Lenox Ga. They who stand on the other side puro \ :i1
World's largest seller at lOc.None better ,
of the line do because have
so they
; GRAPE PLANTS. Hi hest quality. Genuine none surer. Why pay more? Why ever
,,' .- Florida Bencon. Plant now. Full planting not accepted God's proffered salva- accept less? Demand St.Joseph Aspirin.For ;!,t''',.''''' :;:: ;
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,", da's, growing original Information and largest furnished.exclusive grape Flori tion in Christ. Reader, where do i;\ ,. t f n.' ",i., 5 8 2 4

:; nursery. Hopson's Vineyard, Lutz Fla. you stand? M-, -, ervr

;F.; :'," ,. RADIO TUBES II. Judgment Declares (vv 34-45), I 1 I'Pineapple'

C-iir attitude toward'God expresses ,
:+, RADIO TUBES REBUILT-We ;
supply you '
'.-, any type Radio Tube. Send old tube, unbroken itself in'our attitude toward our fellow a ;I
a, :- with SI. BROOKS RADIO SERVICE man. That which we do' toward
3608 North Main, Houston 9, Texas. i
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REMEDIES to COLDS
God's of doily was copied from a gift I
judgment lives. Eachof
our relief from the torture of simple really soothing ;
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; ::' TO SUFFERERS FROM RHEUMATISM us must answer, for the deeds donein Piles.PAZO ointment has been famousfor received from Mrs. Charles Rey- because ;
.: NEURITIS ARTHRITIS the flesh whetper'they be more than thirty years. Here's why: nolds of Akron, Ohio. It is 23
good or they're really
t::;:: I have an inexpensive formula you can prepare First.PAZO ointment soothes inflamed
t. :--,- at home which has helped thousands. evil. That is true even of the be areas relieves pain and itching. Second inches in diameter and collectorsof ... medicatedLOZENGES
/< :;. Contains no narcotics or habit forming PAZO ointment lubricates hardened, i
<.:\.' drugs. Will mail formula with instructions liever (II Cor. -5:10), whose salva-, dried parts-helps prevent cracking and this pattern will like the four

E.!!:<:" on refunded receipt if of not one benefited.dollar. Your money tion has already.been determined by soreness. Third. PAZO ointment tends inch pineapple motifs. Easy to

.', j POST OFFICE BOX 423 Mobile 3, Ala. his faith in Christ. to Fourth reduce It's swelling easy to and use.check PAZO bleeding.oint- crochet-its laciness makes a per- COUGH

_:', c Here in our lesson, however, the ment's perforated Pile Pipe makes application fect centerpiece. ;

L. '-: WANTED TO, TRADE failure to do that which shows forth ell simple about, thorough.PAZO ointment.Your doctorcan Get below the gargle line with :
r you
r" '" God's law of love is made the F&F Cough Lozenges.Each F& F :
SWAP: New Skirt 24 waist, $5 value throat 15
gray
Our First National Park Lozenge gives your a :
:y11'., for Electric Clock. House dresses, $3.95 ground of eternal judgment. This is ,,
minute treat-
soothing, comforting
value :
!: for Record Albums. .
not because act of
: : E.. P. LILLY; 108 Vine, Pawtucket, R. I. an kindness ment all the way down. Millions :
;., : :. itself can be regarded as the groundof Yellowstone National park was use them for coughs, throat irrita- :.
';::' .- division, but because the failureto the first of the imposing systemof tions or hoarseness resulting from :' #0

t::.'. .,' give it or do it reflects an attitudeof national parks in this country. colds or smoking. Box-only 10j5. .;1
!i<:' :' Ireland's Musical Bridge heart CHG g mTTmS ..................................,. .
( toward our God and His Although exploring parties had at

Christ, which is in reality a rejec- Use our Roll-Own Cigarette Roller various times passed on all sidesof

I< :. A curious kind of bridge spans tion of His way of salvation. Make 30 from lOc package of tobacco. Roller the wonders enclosed in the

>>- a stream in northern Ireland. Its Judgment is thus a revelation of will pay for itsel f quickly. Price$1 with park, it remained practically un-

6::' parapets are surfaced with the attitude of the heart, which order postpaid.5 for 400.Agents wanted. explored until 1870. ,Rumors of hot CONSTIPATION

ft/f., ; ;. ,, ; marble produced in that section marks a man or woman as being 2636 So.LUKE Michigan COMPANY Chicago, 16 springs and, geysers kept coming

; of the country, and when a piece either saved or lost. from trappers and 'Indians.

,... : of stone is brushed along, musical Notice the importance of a proper In 1871, General Washburne, sur- cines No matter you may how have many tried other for medi-con-

r: c notes something like those of the attitude toward those who need our veyor general of Montana, pub- stipation, we urge you to try B-L

e,:' xylophone are produced. kindness and help. All too often the ? lished the first real account of the PREPARATION, with the under-

!: :-' The wide arch amplifies the only concern of men and women is W/uS. Yellowstone region In 1872 con- standing bring that you B-L satisfactory PREPARATIONmust resultsor

:: "music" and it can be heard by to look out for "number one" and let fOR MIIOI ACRES AID PAIlS If gress reserved the entire region your money back. Caution: Use

'.i:, people a considerable distance the rest of the world shift for itself. ,ci,'', RHEUMATISMNEURITIS.LUMBAGO from settlement. only as directed.(-Adv.)
away. Observe also that the Lord iden-

o : tifies Himself with His brethren-

what is done to and ,for them is S 'i4 4. ,
; counted as done to and for Him.
: DRESSES MINOR WOUNDS
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": : AT FIRST III. Judgment Determines (v. 46). AT Kl COOD DRUG STORES IT Hill n ticilpt if price ; : :
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: USE 666t final word of judgment, but remem-
. ber that He judges in accordancewith ''EN 38to 52'are

Cold Preparations directed the attitude of heart and actionof I
as
you entJarrassed: byIOIASHS
-life on this side of the grave. '
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"'. great importance that we are right .. f -e
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..... expect to be right throughout eter- If YOU suffer from hot flashes,
r fee :, nervous, hlghstrung.
nity.We a bit blue at times-due to the functional + : w : i
need to face this truth of judg- "middle-age" period peculiar to :
women-try this great medicine-Lydla '.. SVriv.'s .
' ment with complete candor and hon- E. Pini ham's Vegetable Compound to
: May Warn of Disordered est heart-searching., We agree with relieve such symptoms. PInkham's
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, Dr. Douglass that "we
must stand the best known medicines for this
Modern'lifo with its hurry and worry with awful concern before this solemn purpose. Follow label directions.
.t, Irregular habits, improper eating and
drinking-its risk of exposure and infection truth. Do not hesitate to teach
'; : -throws heavy strain on the work this because it is
, contrary to the
of the kidneys. They are apt to become
,t over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid current of modern thinking or shock-
.'!. and blood.other impurities from the lite-giving ing to confront. It needs to be facedin .Ben-Gay QUCKHere's

;, You may suffer nagging backache, a brave spirit of realism. (Asa
:. headache, dizziness, getting up nights, teacher) will do
.' leg pains, swelling-feel constantly you your pupils,a 0 why gently warming, soothing Ben-Gay acts
,,u tired, nervous, all worn out. Other signs great disservice if you try to shield fast to relieve muscular'soreness and pain..Ben-Gay actually
: of kidney or bladder disorder are sometimes -
M; burning, scanty or too frequent them from"the grim implications of contains upto2 Vz times more methyl salicy late and
,>' urination. this truth. menthol-those famous pain-relieving agents known to

,.,: kidneys Try Doan't to pass Pill off harmful Doan's excess help body the Yes, and also if you keep from every doctor-than five other widely offered rub-ins. So r

c'". waste. They have had more than half a them the glorious prospect of eternal -insist on genuine Ben-Gay for! soothing, quick re1ieflTIiECNERFULCUERUB I
of Are
public approval.
century recom- joy in the of God.
mended by grateful users everywhere. presence The law
Ask your neighbor of life is the law of love-love for

God, and for Jesus Christ whom He / i

hath sent to be our Redeemer, and 9 I '
love for His brethren. That law of Preserve Our Liberty I NEURALGIA '

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The Clcwitton News be freed. '. ,noon'Th'e i x-- ..:-:-:-:....y.x-:-< ...:- I Dear. Carr:
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We have' learned from bitter 'experience : -football boys have 'already; ,Well, here'Jrest.] and'when I say-

that it doesn't pay to be started spring practice. They be- rest'that ia/all'I have done since I've

too optimistic about the progress of gan with plenty of enthusiasm, and been in California
all
but
Published .every Friday In Clewlston. With one day
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS' the war but the situation at the pres- that's what it takes to have good I when I was onKP. And, if,_anyone

inc. ent time doean't! '.seem, to our: way results. They .have made ,up, their should" ask you, that's no ,boy's job.If .
of thinking, to permit much of a minds to work their hardest to .
anyone had told .methat r
Enters second class mall matter chance for pessimism. That phaseof make up for all the boys who won'tbe H Our would have been in the Mojave Desert -

Cl'ewiston.February 1,Florida 1927, at, under the Pest the Office, Act of In the war is so nearly over, we with them next year. The team, Boys, or ,California last year this time

March 3, 1897. feel now, that we hesitate to get out that consists of several new boys, I would have called him a liar.I .
of range of a radio for fear -\ e'Il may not know it now, but much 'Is don't know if anyone from home

CARR SETTLE, PuMlalicrnbncriptlon miss the first announcement ofGermany's expected from them next year. t in the has told you about California yet,
The boys who are Interested in
capitulation.We the
i weather, etc., so I will give, youa
Hate--.50 Per Yenr diamond ball have been enjoying /iIr, little data
on what I have seen
Advertising Rate On Application. would like to suggest to the this exciting game every day during Service since I've been here.

Fresh Water Fish Com- Physical Ed. ,
Game and I am stationed out on the Mojave
mission that they move the date for The girls have abandoned their R I Desert and it is twenty-five miles to

Devoted to the advancement and wel- closing the lakes and streams to I games of either basketball, diamondball the nearest town. As you look

fare of Clewiston and Henary County. black bass fishing either forwardor or volley ball for Health and ....................-........................................:.........-:....-.........,..........1 around you see snow-capped mountains -
backward away from. March 15. First Aid. They have been divided all around 'and, even if I do>
fair for an ardent fisher- into several groups, each with a
It isn't hate to
it
say so is
One of the best pieces; of news we really pretty.
tied down with Incometax different teacher. These are very
be
EDITORIAL man to I (You know how
NATIONAL a guy from Flor-
know this week is that of the re-
returns while the last few daysof interesting as well as beneficial 'ida hates to
OCIATIONJtunJtA I lease of Lt. Ed Ward from 'a German brag on anything in
courses, the girls using
and are
fishing are going by. I Cal) The
days, most of them so
prison the onsweeping Rus-
/ the season did close every opportunity to learn more camp by
... Anyway | far, have been right pleasant, a
sians. But more about that else-
: about them.
Thursday and there :were enough little cool but the
nights are hard
where. Suffice to here that j
I I say we
sportsmen who had finished their [ down cold-ice
almost every morn
income tax returns and accumulated hope it won't' be long before the ing.

MOVIE RED CROSS DRIVE i a little gasoline to come to Lake MRS. BESTOR HONORED parents of other ''boys who are pris- One morning
one of the fellows-
of will be getting
WITH BRIDGE PARTY oners Germany
Okeechobee the first few days of
came in the barracks
and said thereI
similar that Mil-
Did you know that the AmericanRed this week to make quite' a show- telegrams to one was snow all
I over everything, but
Cross, serving on allfightingfronts ing. And, as usual those last few Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and Mrs. R. dred Ward received Tuesday morn- I this being California I didn't be-

is chartered by an Act of days, fishing was reported. very good. M. Bishop honored Mrs. Richard ing before breakfast.* I sieve him. But when I dressed and

Congress and accountable to the I -- Bestor with a bridge party Saturday ( stepped outside I SAW he wasn't kid-
Government for the with Ken to Pa- afternoon Recreation Word has been received that
United States We went Rogers at the Sugarland ding. There
was snow about four
conduct of its affairs? hokee Tuesday to attend a Lions Hall. Captain Eugene Goodbread has been inches deep all over the barracksI -

Each year the people of this nation Club luncheon. The Lions had Invited Guests were Mrs. E- L. Stewart, transferred from the Miami Redistribution -I and cars and the ground wasfrozen.

are called upon to help an organization the mayors of the various Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. W. E. Center, Miami, to .Hendricks I couldn't believe it, but

whose sole function is to communities around the lake to at- Bolton, Mrs. M. M; Prewitt, Mrs. G. Field, Sebring. there it was.

help others. And each year the tend the meeting and make brief Small, Mrs. C. H. Berner, Mrs G. B. M I I am in the signal section of an

people of this nation have responied talks concerning present activities, Rackstraw, Mrs. H.. R. Hall, Mrs. I Lt. Dan Beardsley has been transI I AAF base unit. Muroc isn't such af -

triumphantly. We do not have post-war planning, etc., with the Carl Johnson, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, ferred from Albany, Ga., where he I!(: big place but it's being made a

to tell you about the American Red I thought in mind of promoting a Mrs. F. E. Conkling. Mrs. G. B. I was commissioned, a few weeks ago I f permanent base so I guess before-

Cross. You know. Every man, better relationship between the Lake Thomas, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. J. at Turner Field, to the Army Air long it will grow into a pretty good-

woman and child knows of the all- communities. We feel that it's a W. Ezelle, Mrs Fey Durrence. MrsE. Base at Columbia, S. C. He is in (I sized place. I hope I don't live here-

merciful work of this great organi- worthwhile movement, one which E. Kelly, Mrs. C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. training as first pilot on a B-25. He ;I|that long. I hope before it has a

zation. now started should not be allowedto Larry Nash, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs.' writes that he' enjoyed a visit recently i| chance to grow that the war will be- ,

Yet one more word must be said die, and would like to see the R. C. Wilson, Mrs. S. L. Crochet, with' his brother, Lt. V. R. I[lover and all of us will be home. And,

on behalf of the Red Cross. That Kiwanis Club, or some other organi- Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. V. C. Wood- Beardsley, at *Fort* .Bragg. i 1!'I if the papers and Mr. Montgomery

word is "GIVE." To facilitate your zation reciprocate with such a get- ward, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. are right, the war in Germany wilt
Cross and here in the future.Tiger's Frank Mueller W-O Campbell Nail wired Fran- :I
giving, the American Red together near Mrs. F. M. Rodriguze. be over before long.
the War Activities Committee of the Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs. J. F.I I ces the first of the week from San I I haven't received a Clewiston-

Motion Picture Industry have' designated -' Morrison, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, 1Irs.I I Francisco saying that he'd be home News yet but Christine is going try

March 15 through March I Roar H. A. Bestor, Mrs. J V. Francis, I just as quickly as he could possiblyget start sending it soon. I enjoyed ic
War Fund Weekin Mrs. L. M. Weetman. Mrs. here and it may well be that ne t-
21, as "Red Cross W. D. a lot while I was at Keesler Field' t
the Motion Picture Theatres," ---- Wylie, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Mrs. Joe has already arrived as this is writ- and I like to see what the people'at

during which every one of the 16,000 FIRST GRADE Cato, Mrs. C. M. Plrkle, Mrs. Gideon ten. Campbell has been with the i home 'are doing and what takes:
Sea-Bees down in the Southwest Pa-
movie houses throughout the coun- The first grade is hoping that Brown, Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mrs. Charles place.

try will devote time and effort to their band instruments will be E.: Miner, Mrs. Eugene Powers, cific for a long time and we'll allbe This is all for now and I'll be-

aid the Red Cross.. The time0 Mrs. U. T. Koch, Mrs. Foster Crampton happy to see him. I
available, so that they may performfor seeing ,you in the News before long-
"GIVE" is NOW! All money collected the P.-T. A. during the month of Mrs. W. W. Perry. Mrs. J. K. I Sincerely,
Mrs. A. H. this week received
is turned over to local Red May. Rogers, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. A. King -
Cross. i!if pi;, O. Ward, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs.A. a citation, with purple heart, I :LUCIAN.
which was. awarded to her son, Wal- -
O.
.--- SECOND GRADE Jones, Mrs. Malcolm Bigg,
The second and third grades are Mrs. E. M. Blake, Miss Laura ter Owen Winn, who was wounded! 1 Closed Season On '
in action in the western Carolineson
House to have to give their Mathis and Mrs. Hood.
On The very sorry up
September 27. Owen is
teacher, Mrs. Thome First prize, was won by Mrs. Al- now Black ,Bass March 15 :
back in action tank ii
ston as a operator
second by Mrs. Koch. low by -
I By D_ "C.r S. .' THIRD GRADE *: Mrs. Bolton; prizes for :Michiganwere the Philippines. The citation follows -,Through May 15 tlI

Everyone of .us can well take .The' third grade has been con- won by Mrs. Rogers high, and : i fc _
pride in the showing made by the Mrs. Bourne 'low. Headquarters; 1st Marine Division -I
tributing to the Red Cross. They I. N. Kennedy, director of the
War Fund Drive committee in sur- ,, Fleet Marine Force: '
have contributed 95c Florida Game and Fish-
approximately Fresh Water
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passing the quota set for the, Clew- In the name of the President of
per person Commission, announced Friday that
iston chapter in the first four days' BELLE GLADE VISITORS the' United States and by directionof
fishing for black in the freshwaters '
bass
effort and continuing on to what ENTERTAINED AT DINNER the Secretary of the I ;FIFTH GRADE of Florida is prohibited from
well may be a record collection in Commanding General, 1st Marine
this community.But Monday, Tuesday and Wednesdaywe Following the Belle GladeClewiston Division Fleet Marine Force, tak'spleasure March 15, which is today, to and including -.

had a geography test. We are Golf Tournament held here on in awarding the Purple May 15, a peroid of twO"I I
there are still some 680 I I
now getting readers which months.
weekly Sunday, Mrs. E. E. entertained Heart medal \
Kelly to Walter Owen Winn, ,
adults estimated in Clewiston who
( ) we enjoy very much. One of our I j The closed season is observed
I at dinner, the following visi- U. S. Marine Corps, for injury received -
have not contributed dime directly !
a -
girls is leaving. This will in order
I mean tors from Belle Glade who attendedthe as a result of enemy actionat every year to permit the
to the drive. By directly, we the loss of one of our best ball play- fish to spawn, Dr. Kennedy explain-
,
tournament Mrs. '
Clarence Palau 4'
.
.I : Western Carolines, on 27
mean when solicited so that a name I
ed. At
time the
ers. Dead
Mrs. I the same
Aspey, Buck, Mrs Cliff Liv- September, 1944.
can be tied to contribution.. Some \ Lakes in Gulf Calhoun Coun-
I ingstone, Mrs. Bill Scriver, Mrs. H. W. H. RUPERTUS. and
of these may have made small donations SIXTH GRADE ties all '
and of the fresh waters in
I R. Hithcock, Mrs. Fleming, Mrs L. Major General, U. S. Marine
through the coin jars placed Our class had report cards coming I Jackson County will be closed to
C. I :
Betznerf Mrs. H. C. Van Land-
around in business' Corps, Commanding, 1st *
public places and
houses. out. We are going to take the ingham, and Mrs. W. G. McWhorter.Also Marine Division, Fleet I any kind of fishing, he added. The'
I fifth grade down notch. season other fresh waterI -
on
I a They open
present were Mrs. S. L. Cro- Marine Force.
If you are one of these 680 don't''., will not play us in football. They chet, Mrs. C. L., McClendon and Mrs. V T I fishing remains in forcE: throughoutthe
stand 'back and refuse to give your call us cyclones. Come to school remainder of the state only-
Charles B. Owens of Clewiston. The Thomas Akin, son of Mr. and
donation simply because the quota t and see. Be sure: and bring a tank.It dinner Mrs. I| small and large mouth black bass-
was enjoyed at the Clewiston C. J. Akin of Clewiston, has
has been exceeded for many chap- is like Dagwood when he goes out Inn. been promoted to Chief Gunner's i, being protected during the 60 day

ters will have to exceed their quotasto the door. We have many, bad gradesfor Mate i period. k
with the U. S., Navy. Thomas
make up the deficiency from we cannot study. It's like a has I Conservation Officers will be J
seen plenty of action with the
those who fail. Send a ,check to hurricane in a hurry. They must be Y. W. A. TO BE ORGANIZED Admiral particularly on the alert during the
Halsey's fleet in the Pa-
Mrs. R. C. Wilson ;at once or contact in a kindergarten or something. Our i: closed season on bass, and sportsmen -
I I cific and was at Attu. Gilbert Is-
one of the 'workers listed in lastweeks' I room will probably be moved for Last Fridays evening three young lands, Marshall Islands, Solomons, !: are urged to comply with theI' -

News. their ear-breaking. chatter and women met at the home of Mrs. H. Admiralty Islands law by not taking this type of fish.
Philippines and
laughter. C. Meador to discuss the organization I' Careful observance of the season,,
was along when the. fleet struck at
We all rejo'ice'with the Ward of a Young Woman's Auxiliaryof 'French Indo-China according to Kennedy is contributing -
Formosa the
,
family in the wonderful news they SPORTS the W. M. S. of the First Baptist China I greatly to the program of building -
coast and Okinawa Island.
received Tuesday morning, that Lt. Basketball season came to a close Church. After a thorough discus- F'I up the supply of the game bass

Ed had been rescued from a,. Ger- with our boys going to Miami to sion of the organization it was A nice in the state's lakes and rivers.IS .
letter this
week from Pvt.
man prison camp. We're hoping participate in a tournament held unanimously agreed to call an or- Lucian I ----- -- -..-
that Ed will soon be back with us, there. They played one game ganization meeting on March 23 at I Murac Wolff, who is now stationedat i l

at least for a time and we can hear against St. Patrick and lost. They the home of Edythe Nell Cornette at Cal.: YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAIDf s.r. r

from his own lips something of his enjoyed the trip very much, even 8 p. m. All single girls in the com- .,,.,.-...,.,..,.,.. .' -... ..,....,, rl' .

experiences. Somehow we feel that' though they didn't ,win. The boys munity, ages 16-25, are 'cordially in- ,
r'L"O< (
it won't be long until all of the I went to the beach in the morningand vited to attend and help in the or 1 ... r

American boys held by Germany will. played their game in the after- ganization. This promises an opportunity I
______ I
for friendship, fellowshipand

frolic. Also 'an opportunity for CLEWISTON INN

the enlarging of missionary vision.

At the close of the meeting games
IF YOU WISH THE and refreshments were enjoyed'by

Misses Edythe Nell Cornette, Grace

FINEST FOOD Knight, Clem Robertson, Mrs. H. C.

Meador and Rev. Meador. Let's Dine Tonight and Every NightIN J


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Try A Complete Dinner At Royal AmbassadorsHave THE SPACIOUS DINING ROOM OF THE


Weekly MeetingThe


THE CANEBRAKEFrom CLEWISTON INN. '
Royal Ambassadors of the

First Baptist Church held a study

course Thursday night at the churchat

7:30. Mr. Walden and Mr. Ser-

$1.25 and Up son gave a talk on the constitutionof Buffet Supper Sunday Nights

the Royal Ambassadors. Mem-

SERVICE FROM 6 TO 9 ,O'CLOCK SHORT ORDERS bers present were as follows: Mr.
9 TILL 11:30 Serson, Billy P.hilllppi"fJ'ohn Fin- Special $1.50 6:30 to 8:00 P. M.

land, Alfred Watten, David Twiddy, :

TRY OUR SPECIAL SPAGHETTI Billy Watton 'and Harold Broadf- Regular Weekly Lunches 75c and Up ,

rick.Our i
DINNERTHE regular meeting will be held ,. I

next Thursday night. All membersare I W.HERE OLD FRIENDS GREET AND NEW ONES MEETr :
MOST POPULAR ITEM ON OUR MENU urged to attend. :

HAROLD BROADERICK, ,, -'

Chapter Herald.




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"- MARCH' 16, lOw THE!: CLEW1STON ,NEWS I; PAGE _FIYRX.

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-:.;.:.;..:..:- ..:..:,.:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:-:-:-:..: ..:-:-: ;-: : : : ::-:-:-: :-:->.:..:-.:":..:..:..:-:.::..: Cockrill-McGehee Mrs. Akin and Mis. Mareno's sister, The election new, officers theft

Mrs. L. E. Thompson.MOTJIKKS took place witlj Mrs. C. L.. !\ cLCJl-..

: : "4' .-, \ ... : ...,: ..", ::1: I' ,rA-:-- .. _- don. elected president,"and Mis. !,f.,
I >' 'I / "IVTi'/r-and( '..:M"s.Janie1. ? Augustus: Mc- I CIuU11IfOLDS L. Hutson, secretary There ok-

t SOCiETY"I !"ehee, ?r", announce the marriage )MO.NTHLY MUKT1NUThe ficersill ..be installed the April;;
.; f PERSONAL 1 and :;.: of thef1' daughter, Erna Rhunelle, to I meeting. The retiring officers are

',-,.. I '' ohn Thomas- Cockrill, on Satuida/. I Mother's Club of the Com- :Mrs.: :J. W.. Ezelle. and Mrs. Curtis!
'
I .'.' i March 10, at West Palm Beach. munity Church held Its regular ,Thompson.
r J. ------ ---- I I The quiet] ceremony took place :n monthly meeting Monday night at]
A
| party will take tlC: place at the
.. ,
.; (M N.. : .. ..} I -} } !the First Presbyterian Church, with the Community Church with presi- next regular meeting. All members

Mr. and 1lrs.Teal Dwyer: visited A. W. Roberts, general insurance Rev. W. S. Drummond, pastor of dent, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, presiding. are urged to attend this activity.

in Fort Myers over the week end. t. agent of Orlando, was a visitor here the chinch, officiating. During the business meeting it) The hostesses for the evening

___ \\I Wednesday. I| The bride was given in marriage was reported that the orph'an from Mrs. Foy Durrence and :Mrs. H. *3.
Lt. Richard Daley of Boca Ra- the Children's'Home at'Enterprise
James L. Cousins of Miami was a I i by McGill, served potato salad, saltines
i ton, AAF, in the'absence of her fa- which the club has been sponsoring olives
week-end visitor in Clewiston. Mis. R. C. Nowling, Mrs E. l.j I and iced tea.
I ther. Lt. David Hammel was best has gone to Brazil to live with
E. 111'3.J.
Stewart, Mrs. E. Kelly, and j
and Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Jr., I' her father
man so the club has decided
Downs were
Mrs. C. L.
. Mr. and W. Ezelle attended, a Garden i
I
visitors in Miami part of the week.J. Club meeting Sebnng today. was matron of honor. Other guests to sponsor another orphan from the FOR SALE : 1 ton and
I in. I I were Miss Margaret; Von Mach of same home, Miss Mona Grace Al-

ViSi- Clewiston and Lt. Lester Rivers, also ford. i a half V8 Ford 1 1939
Pelham was a business
A. Savage Miss Kathleen
Miss Alice ,
I I of Boca Raton. A committee, composed of Mrs. L.
Point Monday. I
tor in Canal
and stake
Miss Christine Sampson truck. See
Ryan, Mrs. Cockriil]] attended Montverde A. Anderson, Mis. L. L. Ellingto'i body

Miss Gloria Quinn Ryan were week-end visitorsin School, near Orlando, and Charity and Mrs. W. N. Martin was appointed W'' W.
H. Scharnheig. Atlantic
'- O. Miami Perry
.
Leslie and Mrs. Leslie, of Boston, ___, I[ Hospital School of Nursing, New'I to plan the annual Easter party ,
visitors here on Tuesday I Orleans, La. }Mr. Cockrill is attached I for the pre-school children Coast Line Depot. 1 Itu
were Mrs H. R. Hall, Mrs R. M. Bishop !!j to Riddle Field: as a squadron I j i
I "
A and Mrs. W. H., Lamer were visitors leader.
Mrs. Suzie P. Cockrill of Virginia
in West Palm Beach wedne-: '
is visiting her son, John T. Cock- LOST: Dental plaLeI -
" day. !Iii HI! t WANTED, : Will
., ] pay
" rill, and Mrs. Cockriil. Miss Baisden Wed
?-- i ,
-I I !1! cash for late model
I I pair of rimless :
glasses car
Mis. A. 0.. Buntin and
Mr. and
'
l g :. Captain L. Teate, AAF, was theI' To James Paul .
; I guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Left- daughter, Miss Betty Buntin, of I at or near Boy Seoul: in good mechanical con-
tlanta, are business visitors here I
wich on Sunday. -- this week. I recreation center March dition. Gus Cantrell -
I )[TLLF.Dr-r;,, LE. Ga -The nnr.liage
\, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Donahue of of Miss Winifred Bai de,1. -
Box 1338. I
J 18. Reward. Itp
;': Baltimore, Maryland were business Mis. James Durden, Mrs. Fred daughter of11'. and Mrs. Fred Call News(

visitors here Monday. I Hunziker and Mrs. E. J. Smith were I .
';: .1 Bisden, to James Travis Paul, Jr. office. 11.1
.. J business visitors in Miami on Tues- of Clewistcn, Fla.. was solemnized I

';' ': Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dagorrette I day. I Friday evening, Feb. ,23rd, at the !; FOR SALE: One House

F'J> were West Palm Beach visitors on home of the Rev. John S. Mc rullen.I ,

:-:: Monday. Joe ,Scott of Jacksonville, R.. T. I I pastor of the first Presbyterian : FOR SALE .. 60 Indian [ Trailer with 8 ft. by 1 10>

Remlcr of West Palm Beach, and Church who 'officiated. : I

. ;:(" -. Mrs. I. S. Bell, Sr., and Mrs. N. Ray Slade of Fort Myers were busi- The bride wore a becoming suit : Runner and white Pe'kl.n -' ft. porch. Furnished --*

);.:_: : R. Hager were visitors in Palm ness visitors here during the week. of navy wool with a coat of the I '
.. Beach part of the week. $225. See of
t same shads. Her accessories were cluckc 1 milk goat. ,manager

': Miss Kathleen Ryan returned to black and she wore a corsage .'f i i
I" W : Mrs.. Richard Bestor left this week Chicago Wednesday after several pink roses. !I I Mrs. Ralph O'Neal Bear Trailer Par k'.
-
,',,,. ...for a few weeks visit with relatives weeks' visit here with Miss Alice The bride is a student of Peabody
I
/ .. .Beach Phone 27R5. 1 It Mar. 2-9-16-23 J
I ,
..- '.': in DallasTexas.. Savage 5- High School, and the groom, the son I -

;:: ,ro." ____ of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Paul, Sr., - . . . .- .--.- ------------
-
t,... : Miss Virginia Nobles returned Mrs.T. of _Clewiston is a student in the ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Harris,
:t::- Wednesday after several months'visit Junior College Department of Georgia -|
.
.
\ C. :Musgrave, Mrs. O., A. Clarke, -
with friends in Gulfport, Miss. College.
Military
_..
: Mrs. N. B. Scott and Thomas Mus- FOE
::
:, ---
grave were visitors :yesterday in
. ;':::" Miss Jerry Graham of Pittsburg THRIFTSShoppers
West Palm Beach. MarenoAkinMr.
') : and Miami was the guest of Miss I i

;;t:.. Lois Prince this week. _
Private Paul Badger, former
i and Mrs. C. J. Akin announce )I
'. Mrs. C. M. Piikle and Mrs. A. L. Riddle Field instructor and now I
the marriage of their daughter, .allAn
: stationed at Buckingham Field, ---D& .auCl1O. tiTTLO<>{ ... ..
:': : Moorman were visitors in Pahokee Zelma Theodosia, to Corporal Thomas -': QVAU1JnI
< Fort Myers, visited friends here this
'}
ns Tuesday. L. Mareno, United States Army
: :\Y week-end.
,
: --- I
"} ., Mrs. Jones Bryant and daughter, Air The Forces.military ceremony was performed I 'ut ss, :Dt"S10 I : I or I : ,MMe. ',on RSMoNTH I Y PA MEJtp.! ).

f 1. '; ,_ of Tampa, spent a few days visiting. CPO Wilbur Goff of the U. S. by Chaplain Tarr, last Wednesday -;I

: ,,- here this 'week. Navy Seabees arrived Wednesday I I : afternoon at Morrison Field,

},;. .,. -' from Camp Parks, California, to West Palm Beach.

:.:"t": '. Mr. and Mrs. P.. Desne Duff were spend a few days 'leave at his home I I Following a short wedding trip to II

Jt: ;:.' business visitors* in West Palm: Beach here. Miami, Corporal Mareno will return I I
-
.4<. ; on Thursday. *' to his Air Base in Poyot, Texas -

:" W-.": --- I John G.., McKay, jawner of Riddle and Mrs.' Mareno will complete I FORT MYERS FLORIDA
;; : '. Mrs. Barry Ingram and son; I Field '
and Air Marshal Collier, attached the school year in, Belle Glade.
-f> : Byrl. were week-end visitors in Ar- to the Royal Air Force delegation -I The wedding was attended by 1-- -

: ... cadia. ,
1; '" Washington were visitors at
,', ; the field this I
', : -- week
gf': Mrs. Lloyd Summers and son, ANTHONY MEN'S SHOP

f.k.- ',' Larry of Moore Haven, are the Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, accompaniedby ,
!h i, : ", I guests of Mrs.; Frank Veltri today. --- '
Mrs Chares! B. Owens, was a '

? I-:.''''. Corporal Jack Spears, stationed in visitor in Miami on Thursday and -- I ii: ;

;: Marianna. visited in Clewiston last Friday of this week, on business for S .
the Toggery Shop. S
: week end.!


,:: J. Kenneth -Rogers- was in Pa- Miss Pat Ryan of Detroit, Mich- For golf .. l","

.
.
hokee Tuesday to attend a Lion's is the house guest of Miss MargaretVon \ :

Club luncheon which representatives I Mach. Miss Ryan arrived ., ':h ','

4,' of all lake communities were invited Tuesday and will spend some time ." For work!

S to attend as a move to sponsor here before returning north.

,.S better inter-city relations between I Foldress!

these communities. I Byrl Ingram, son of :Mr. and Mrs.
!:.o.. I r
(.' Barry Ingram, left Tuesday morning '
:: I a
for Navy assignment in Miami. Following -

;' I a short stay there Byrl will]] All summer ,'-

., be sent to .Maryland for boot train- S'

ing. .
I ." .:.
r '. .
'II ', .'
$' long L : : A
Rev. you ,
D. C. Hancock and W. C. .. ': '. ,
: ", (. '
!>', Owen were business visitors in West

y i":, DAILY :U.-\'I'IXEg-l:4 ('. M.MftHT I Palm Beach recently. Mr. Han
;
-7 A. HI'. :M.SVT. cock and Mrs. Owen conferred with enjoy wearing : 1
.
&: SU.V. C'OVriNUOUSS )
)j.", .. -T: !, P. :M. Dr. A. B. 'Keller, secretary of the 1 s
department of church erection for
} WEEK BEGINNING MAR. 18 the
Presbyterian
Churches, and BertD.
ar Keck, Stuart architect
regard-
r, PICTURE INDUSTRY ing the proposed erection of "
? the new. BENGALITA I
' ilMOTION CROSS' Clewiston Community .Church.CoxAvant ,
WEEK MARCH
,:' 15-21 td'SLACKS

y' -- .. 1 '
--
Ch::: SUN. & MON., MAR. 18 & 19 I /,, r. !

l i;' "Sunday Dinner For I bride Miss, of Marcia Frank Avant Cox became Wednesday the 4J-* cw p

,: A Soldier" evening, at the Clewiston Community )

Church. The double ring cere- ;I .
F Ann Baxter: John HodLak :
mony was performed by the Rev.C. i
,
4 j
t";.. ALSO CARTOON Hancock, pastor of the church. ":': .' : 6 95 -

NF Mrs. Ulla Bryant was matron of ,.,;,' : B
't, TUES. & WED., MAR. 20 & 21ft. honor, while Hubert A. Land was .

... best man. ) .:, t.. "
"Miracle of
Morgan'sCreek" Mrs.
Howard Graves
; played traditional .
;; wedding music. The churchwas ,,.''.,..
decorated with long stemmed A

y Eddie Brackin Betty. Hutton white gladioli in pedestal vases on ."Bengalita" is a master-made fabric that was 'dreamed up especially! for men's
ALSO CARTOON each side of the altar.
.' itself held a high five branch The altar can- summer trousers. It's tailored by one of the country's leading manufacturersof

1F';,, THUKS. & Fill., :MAR 22 & 23 delabra. The rail of the altar was men's trousers and for quality, value and service, we think they just can't j

it.; "Here Come covered with asparagus fern, mock be beat at 6.95.. Choice of tan, beige, brown, blue, grey or green-
,CoEds"Abbott gardenias and shrubbery. '
'
' Costello Both the bride and .
groom are MEN'S CLOTHING-MEZZANINE
;;: LATEST "WORLD :NEWSSATURDAY' employees of Parkinson's, Inc., and 1
have a wide circle4 of friends: in

4 W' )IAH.. 24TH Clewiston and throughout the area. ...."..,-f.. ... ', 1
Mrs. Cox is the daughter of Mrs. H.

C. Avant and has served the local
"The Singing Sheriff"with 'I
store as bookkeeper for a number of C5ya -
. years. Mr. Cox is employed in the
I Bob Crosby fray :McKenzie grocery department of the store.

The couple left immediately after

"BATMAN" No. 7 the ceremony for a short wedding 312 Clematis Str... West Palm BeachFRIDAY .

trip and will return to Clewlston
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Pd p4 ',. lir-f ..,,,iJli', ..
Gems of Thought ':JI.. 1 ":'1.
,:h!! iihh:! ',!!: .' :I.d .... : II J.r 'nl
1 III:
,i
BE GENTLE, and you can be ..Ti1't ."1
; be frugal, and you can UOOR 2 'fJ ; ,ft c4 "" r" \"i6'::

be liberal: avoid putting your- '

self before others, and you can W A A ON Remote I Weather stripping doors of clos- To prevent apple skins from

become a leader among men. Doctor-You must avoid all ets and cupboards will keep out wrinkling during baking, slit the
-Lao Tze. forms of excitement.
dust. skins three or four places.
The man who wastes today Private-Can't I even look at -.- -.- .
waste Washington,. D. C. them the street? -
will across
lamenting: yesterday Remember that rayon, cotton Use bran to clean your fur col
I tomorrow lamenting: today.- PLANS FOR PACIFIC WARIt and linen yard goods shrink more lar., Warm the bran and rub it
Philip M. Raskm.Gra'tiiude'is has all been kept very hush- The modern girl may know lengthwise than crosswise. into the fur. After several hours,

the dearest price hush, but top army officials have the ropes, but the ropes are not -.- brush it out and shake fur gently.
mortals made a vitally important decisionon the kind_ you hang clothes on.
that we proud pay. Prolong the life of substitute -.-
after Germany'sdefeat.
Every day is a fresh beginning war. production Gratis elastics by giving' them frequent Patent leather, which-tends to
Every morn is_a world made! new; And washings. Don't rub and scrub; crack in cold weather, gets more ,
and sinning Original war production schedules Lady in movie to JasperDoyou
You who are weary of sorrow (
cutback out squeeze them gently through brittle as it dries out after a soak-
called for a 40 per cent want me to remove my hat?
warm rich suds. Remove spots ing. To keep patent leather '
Here is a beautiful hope for )'ou- after Germany caves in, permittinga Jasper-No, not at all, it's much pro-
with soft brush dipped in tected rub
a on vaseline regularly,
A hope for me and a hope for you. vast reconversion program and funnier than the comedy on the' \
-SUSAN COOLIDGE. the early production of automobiles, screen. heavier suds. Rinse several timesin wiping away any excess with a

refrigerators, radios and other goods. lukewarm water.- soft cloth.

However, the army plus WPBig-
CEIot r tam eredtcais wigs have now decided .to keep the '
Corner Section for Unit. Book Shelves
RlthU tfltntt.always war machine rolling full tilt, not cut- SNAPPY FACTSABOUT ,

ting back any but a few_ items until
Q.An Japan defeated.. You Will Find to Be Especially UsefulBy
.
?c F r .
'? Qa. Behind the vital decision is an I

important new plan to speed Ruth Wyeth Spears .
Ever victory in the Pacific. Confi-
ri'JrRUBBER ADDED UNITb f around two walls making a place
Since dential war department surveys Y''
c MAYBE
disclosed that it would take \ for knick knacks as well as books
s MADE and
Tiny :; magazines.
over a year to return European TO
TotsWJIfITUPETS. veterans, together with their ANY FIT .
equipment, much of it gearedfor Inadequate traction is one of SPACE NOTE-Pattern 271 gives an actual-size
guide for cutting the curved shelves ot
winter rather than tropical the causes of automobilo
this corner book case and illustrated step-
fighting. Allied shipping short- smash-ups in winter travel- by-step directions for its construction. A

ages would make it a long job ing. Inadequate traction can /, tr complete list of materials is included. Sections
use this forCJIESTCLOS to crate, sort, repair and re- be due to smooth tires that USE // A and B shown in the upper sketchare
made with Pattern 270. Patterns are
ship heavy equipment from the should be recapped. OTHER 1 15 cents each postpaid.' Address requestsfor
Atlantic to the Pacific.In UNITS L patterns to: '
Influence In -
Rubber had a strong OR IN ,
addition, the army survey dii the spending of 174 billion dollarson ANY /

if To Promptly Relieve Coughing closed that a lot of European equip- street and highway construc- CORNER AS A STAND MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS

I Make Breathing Easier ment will be obsolete for Pacific tion and maintenance In the U. S. AND FOR LAMP e00K5 '/ Bedford Hills Drawer 10 New York

Break Up Congestion in Upper fighting; would have to be rebuilt, In the ten years ended 1942. i
Bronchial Tract, Nose,Throat taking valuable time. Instead, the WHETHER; you live in'a one- Enclose 15 cents for Pattern No. 271.

Whenever the Quintuplets: catch cold- new plan calls for bringing the men The materials used in the room or a house Name..r'............................. i
their chests, throats and backs are immediately back at once, issuing them new making of cord fabrics for to be filled
\ rubbed with Musterole. IT for vehicle tires with wall spaces crying Address.............................. .
MUST BE GOOD! equipment specifically designed synthetic motor unit book shelves will answer your I
Musterole gives such prompt relief Far Eastern combat. Later, the are the same as used in pre- need. They may be planned in
because it's more than just a "salve." army will bring back overseas war war natural rubber tires- combinations or used separatelyand
It's what so many Doctors and Nurses
call a modern counter-irritant. Musterole gear and; use it for Pacific replace- cotton and rayon.Remember any amateur can make them'

not only relieves coughs, sore throats, ments. with the simplest hand tools.A .
aching muscles due to chest colds but This should speed final blows \
unit is especially use-
ALSO helps break up congestion in upper corner
bronchial tract, nose and throat. against Japan, and shorten the Far ful. In a small room it fills an

Musterole is wonderful for grown-ups Eastern war by many months.As awkward angle and yet takes up
too! And so much easier to apply thana a result, 1945 production sched- nti Y r Y e
it !
mustard plaster. Ready for instant use little space. In a larger room I
-just rub it on! 'Wo fuss No muss, ules will probably be a billion dollars may be used with other units to II
with Musltrole." higher than those of1944. The make a continuous line of shelves I

i" IN 3 STRENGTHS: Children's Mild. war department, which had a pileof
Musterole, Regular and Extra Strong. telegrams two feet high canceling -

war contracts to be sent out the I 0i'fpe ''''"" ,','i: ...,<,; ..,

day Germany is licked, has now I
/
BA
culled through them and may only I HINT FOR.H OME Good! '.

cancel a few. dozen orders.

MacARTHUR AND MARINESThe QuiGk Roll ((6iip( a.Easyand
I O
boys in the Pacific long have New Yeast-
Get Your War Bonds label '
known about the rivalry: between fleischmann's yellow
General MacArthur: and the U. S. them with vitamins
sore
To Help Ax the AxisDOROTHY navy. 'Many are "the wisecracks M the yeast with those EXTRA

about MacArthur and the U. S. ma- ROLLS
j 1 QUICK Ye..t
rines, land army of the navy. 'How- '.* 1 cake Flelsch1n6"'a, .,
; water -,
ever, in only one case so far as is ; cup lukewarm "
jltes m1k Sour
known, has MacArthur ever come CUP tableapeons sugar 3 cupS silted

up against one of these jokes faceto = 110 2 te..pooDJI aalt tablespoons melted shorteuing Dissolve yeast
luike 3 lukewarm ,
to
face. cool yeUo".bel
frz and salt: FlelschIJ1U"'s
It happened on one of the Philippine look scald milky add ..
islands a few days after it was in lukewarm fresh water yeast wIth all thOae and beat unam1 enough f to make

taken and when MacArthur was in- the onlY mUk, Add 110 cups Sour reroaluing floury or roUs and lace
and Into
specting a battery of marine artil- '., melted shortening Knead wen Shape place free from
warm
dough
in
; t tt lery. Solemnly, he passed from gun "6y And easily: handled pan cover and about let rise 1 hOur). :Bake In moderate

to; gun, making no comment. in doubled In bulk ( Makes 12.
Then suddenly as he came to one N draft, untn 400F. about 20 minutes.

; ..L gun, he turned on the marine lieutenant -' I oven at ',

in command and let loose i

the most terrific dressing-down that

young officer ever had received.The .

[ air' was smoky with expletives.The that Constipationcan

'Y lieutenant at first stood be- make all tasks look big!'

wildered. The gun was carefully Energy at low ebb? Check constipa-/;/
LAMOUR polished. Everything was in place. tionl Take Nature's Remedy (NR

Then he looked a little closer. Be- Tablets). Contains no chemicals, no

of "Riding High' of the side the gun an enlisted man had minerals,no phenol derivatives.NR .
stat 't
mount picture is one well- placed a sign. It read: Tablets are different-act different.'
rooroed. Purely combination
well ? vegetable-a of
many ood starS who "With the help of God and a
lloUYW 10 vegetable ingredients formulatedover
informed powder. few marines
,
Tooth 50 Uncoated candy
years ago. or
Calox /
Inc.
use & Itobbtas, MacArthur retakes. the Philip coated, their action Is dependable,

McKesson Bridgeport, Cpn' pines." thorough, yet gentle, as millions of
'' TOOTHPOWDER The lieutenant thought at first that NR's have proved. Get a 25f Con-
he would be busted. But several vincer Box today. All druggists.! Fleischmann's Famous Recipe Book! '

,i Cl\lOl days passed and nothing happened.He Caution: Take only as directed. New RY1Sed Wartime Edition of

", is now back in the United States NR TONIGHT TOMORROW ALRIGHTAllVEGETABLE J CGp sad paste on a penay S

and the story can be told. LAXATIVE post cad eischmaan's Name
copy of '
INSURANCE LOBBY I newly nevi Beasy Addreso:

The insurance lobby is headed for $osket.redpes. for breaddS n rolls,

IS GETTING UP NIGHTS trouble; regarding its bill to exempt dessert.Address Standard

insurance companies from the Sherman Brands Annex, Bo* done No -

GETTING YOU DOV/N? anti-trust act. If the lobbyists i 477 NeW 17, N- Y. .QS++ _..-'_.-'-
'aren't careful they will get a White 'J
ONE WORD SUGGESTION -
House veto. v
II Thousands say famous doctor'sdiscovery The bill passed the senate -in a FOR ACID INDIGESTION-

gives blessed relief from form which met with all-round ap-. !

irritation of the bladder caused by proval. But in the house, the in- tluiqlieIe'

surance lobby sharpened its ax and m ar..r. .
excess acidity in the urine
quietly tacked on some amendments

Why suffer needlessly from backaches, which will not be acceptable eitherto fROM A f I ,<
run-down feeling from excess acidity in the White House probably, to SNIFFLV.STUFFyDISTR&SOF HfJtld
the urine? Just try DR. KILMER'S toUNCORK ,. -,.. '
of the senate. Chief easy way
SWAMP ROOT} the renowned herbal a majority ef-
medicine.SWAMP ROOT acts fast op/ the fect of the amendments was to makeit relief from distress of
kidneys to promote the flow of urine and Instantly I )j
relieve troublesome excess acidity. Origi- impossible to revive the antitrustact STUFFY head colds starts to come the moment SpecialDoubleDuty "
nally created by a practising physician regarding insurance companies, you put little Va-tro-nol up Nose Drops JJi
Dr. Kilmer's is a carefully blended combination each nostril. It soothes Irritation Works Fast Right Where
of 16 herbs, roots, vegetables, bal- without a special act of congress. reduces sweinn relieves rangesTrouble Isl!
ams.forming Absolutely in this nothing, scientific harsh or habit-:: Fair-minded Senator O'Mahoney of NOSIRU1S F ; tion. Also helps prevent many
pure
tion. Just good ingredients that prepara quicklyact Wyoming, who 'was quite willing to colds :from developing 1f__
on the kidneys to increaso the flow of give the insurance companies a used In time. Works fine I CKS VAI"OL
urine and ease the uncomfortable symp Nostrils clogged FonoWdJrect folder.
trans of bladder irritation. reasonable compromise, will fight membra DOB' ss; :ay;,M; .
Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY this extra grab to the end. So will swollen Quick,
Like thousands of others you'll be glad .pread coolingMentholatum 't r w ;;
that you did. Send name and address to a great many of his colleagues. "
Department B, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box Snuff :
in nostrils.
,
1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Send 3
CAPITAL CHAFF well back.Speedily ; .
! at once.All druggists cell Swamp Root. Y-
C.General Franco's controlled Span- it starts 4 vital

ish press has been using the same actions 1) Thin out Helps thick mucus; 2)) JOINTS and BRUISES
propaganda line as Hitler regard- Soothe irritated membranes; sTIFF
ing the recent Big Three conference. 8)Reduco swollen passages;

Despite the fact that American 4)supplyto"arck"atea.L'crry Stimulate local blood .,,,, r LMuscular Aches and Pains Stiff Joints Bruises-

diplomatic relations with Lithu- breath brings quick, weIeomereIieLJaretubes30t.- '
JUST 'GQ Anek.f rush"Applieetor eLACKLEAF40-, ania hang by a thread, the Lithu- .

A rAG1UCHFARTf1ER anian delegation celebrated ?* .. ,, ...
DASH 1N FEATHERS., Lithu- &% ? ; yzZ ; *"W fsj &ffsiRi % '-

OR SPREAD ON ROOSTS the anian Big Independence Three 'conference.Day even after MENTHOLATUM SLOAN'S LI NIM ENT









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MARCH 16, 1945 THE OLEWISTON NEWS PAGE SEVEN


r Motion Miner seconded by at Zolfo Springs, who be- of Mrs., George '
by King was passing Goolsby, Hospital for the Insane on a beautiful -
MINUTES OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS 1 Townsend to adjourn. Carried. moaning the fact that he hadn't been greeted me in overalls and inky 300 acre tract that the city has

. J. O. DAIDSON. Chairman. able to find a girl in the county who hands as she stepped down from offered. I can't imagine a betteror

,: I WILLIAM T. HULL, Clerk. was interested in going to Talla- : the runningboard- of her Miehle more healthful location and God

FOR By INEZ MAGILL, hassee as an attache at $6 a day, : press. Over at the 'Herald 'office'', knows we sorely need additional facilities -

Deputy Clerk. they can make more than that picking 'Mi". Kelley, who publishes both the convenient to this section of'

; f oranges. I can remember when fI I Hardee County Herald and the Bowling Florida. I-

,. MONTH OF MARCHMinutes S"t :":-:<<+)' :"'''').:-:?}-:+)oMo legislators used to have' hundreds of I i Greeu Exponent and does a banguI Guess that's about all for this

'applications. job o'f it, took time out for '
i I a time, only let me remind you that
of the regular monthly Too Late To ClassifyBy At Arcadia, found 'Nate Reece up' visit. the 12th Annual sale of ;Easter

meeting of the board of county' to his ears with work, in addition to II Cutting across to Avon ;Park, I I( Seals for the benefit of Crippled

commissioners in session at the RUSSELL, KAY I the Arcadian, he is now printingtwo found publisher Heatherington' of I Children is scheduled for the ';period

courthouse ,is published below. Circuit I .......x >-' X ..;.: -r> other publications, the Legion-i the Scenics Highlands Sun all hop- from 'March 27 through ,April>> 7.Buy .
. Clerk William T. Hull, who Is I aire for the American Legion and ped' up over the prospects fo establishing and use them' for this ortl1y'

secretary of the board, was unableto +I To borrow a gag ,line from the the Florida Veteran, for the Veterans a branch, of the Florida- ,State' cause, i

be present because of illness andy guy on the radio, "Does your Florida of Foreign Wars. Al Dunham "
look different, latelyMyanswer had to suspend publication of his 1 ---
his taken by Miss Inez
place was .
,
Maglll, deputy clerk. I is, IT DOES. It doesn't Arcadia Independent for lack of I __ '_ _,- -

The board ordered G. M. ,Ford, matter in what direction you travel help. He has two linotypes and I "

to make you find changes. Areas you re- nobody to run 'em. i ,If You WishGUARANTEED'
county surveyor, a surveyof ,. ., '
the proposed right of way' for a I membered' as undeveloped backwoodsare This is "cow country" and you I .,

road requested by J. B. Hendry, ,, now military reservations, citiesin find plenty of those picturesque hats :i

Ben Cross and Louis Evans. The : themselves, teeming with life and in evidence. The introduction of i ,

proposed road, about two miles activity. the Braham and the elimination of ,

south of the clay pits near *Fort" Other areas, long unused are now the tick have done wonders for the :I .

Thompson, would give Evans an out- under cultivation. Fort ,Myers was cattle business and Florida today 'I Automotive Repair Service -a: #>3
all hustle and bustle. It was only '
let from his pasture. can hold her own with any section ''*' ** '

Minutes of County Board Meeting through the powerful influence .)f when it comes to producing GradeA ...Machine' Work ..,,...: '?";4:IP." 3
Carl Hanton that we? were able to meat.
March 6, 1045

The Board of' County Commissioners get a room.-The Army and it'suwife" No one knows of course, how *Painting and Body Repair Service
have certainly taken over J|
of Hendry County met in regular many American and British fliers ,
and they tell me that even the
session at the courthouse in La- received their primary training 'at "
salamanders are standing guard i Genuine Ford Repair Parts jJ J
Belle, Florida, on March 6, 1945 Carlstrom and Dorr Fields, where ,
over their diggins and are postin'g"No
a with the following members the Riddle Aeronautical Corporationhave I

ent: Chairman J., O. pres-I I vacancy" signs. maintained schools since before I SEE :
While in Fort Myers, I dropped by
E. Miner, R., B. Waldron, A. J. Pearl Harbor, but it runs into thou-
for a visit with Editor and Mrs.
Evers and Asa Townsend, together sands and Arcadia trained boys have I
] Robert C. ,Brocious, who succeededthe HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS
with H. A. Rider, attorney, and played a mighty big part in all war
late George Hosmer as publishers -
Inez Magill, deputy clerk. I theatres.
of the Southwest Floridian.
Motion by Miner seconded by I Ford Sales and. Service
I i Found them charming folks who are Wauchula, I encountered more
Townsend that the minutes of i I
doing a mighty creditable job, car- evidence of the manpower shortage PHONE 93 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDAI
' February 6, 1945, be approved as I
>" I I rying on where George left off. when Mrs. Anyce Smith, who took
read. Carried. over the Florida Advocate with the I
,. At the hotel, I met a friend who
Motion by Miner seconded by

Waldron that the board buy 2 loads i boy overseas that was written on
.
of 18" and 1 load of 24" concrete t
the letterhead of the "Hotel Fox
culvert for bridges, in accordance I
,
,Hole"-Somewhere in Germany. :>;//11A
in letter from
with prices quoted I r"U ,
the establishmnet offer- ,t
Advantages !
Peninsular. Concrete Pipe Co., of I! ;/
ed were listed on the letterhead as }
.
and
Sanford, that the clerk be in-j
follows-"Air Conditioned Bed-
structed to order same. Carried. | _', '
[, .'x y
rooms and Latrine-Finest Box
sl'I
Mr. H: L. Long appeared before ; '
1 Lunches-K Rations, Fresh Wa I
i i. the Board in regard to the courthouse -j: "; \.
:
t
ter For standing The '! > .
roof. Motion by Evers second- I' Daily- ( : only)
; Finest Mud in the Country for Beds s... ., \
}IJJ,, ed by :Miner that Mr. Long be au- I ? ,
.
and Long Walks,-Bring your Gun, '
thorized to proceed with the paint .'
I; Good Hunting-Ladies Welcome." A
'
and repair job to the jailers quar'ters /
and jail and outside of the courthouse (i Owner and manager was listed ns -
Lt. William B. Wood.
outlined in his quotations, I \ '
Had dinner at the Gondola Inn, yyr4 h ,.
rt
iif
rr.: N
and that a copy of said quotations J I y'f'
which proved a pleasant place to '}
be filed with the Board. Carried.
7r 4V. ,. ,
S K' :<
ax t'
h .tS2 r.Y/.fit
r.j {: tt
spend a few hours if you're not too ( I
Motion Miner seconded Townsend .
by by wp ,
,1 > 3 } 3 S.tr{: .yO. t 5: j
R >
hungry or in much of a hurry. The 3 :;?4
that Mr. Long be authorizedto
arrester manager told me that help was almost 1r
fix lightning or ground ,
impossible to The girl r' t. ..
wire for clock tower. Carried. get. wZ r 'w wJ4g y }l b yfiAiyI : ta t'4a.
who finally waited on us, we learned -
Motion by Evers seconded by
was living at a local hotel and I: y'.5 ,
t Miner that the Board authorize Mr. I I 1
Ford, the county s surveyor, to survey paying '$3 a day for a room.
I(I
k' Swinging back State
I
the proposed right of way for road up*' stopped -
for visit with Senator Wilbur
a
requested by Messrs. Hendry, Cross "-

and Evans, and furnish the board I I ,.. .

with a legal description of same. j.
-
Carried. j' t/ .{ w dYi AoF,. 1af w +kf y.ytbl

Motion by Evers seconded by j '.
Townsend that the clerk be instructed -

to write J. B. Hendry, Jr., that j

in view of the fact that the ,law prohibits -

the expenditure of public J v- ,
C9itaifl"t"
funds for private enterprise, they I Ii } ,t \..

will be unable to assist him i \

nancially in construction of the fi-I I
y s ..
along said right of way. Carried.Motion isf. +::irr:
by Miner seconded by i I
"
Townsend that the board accept the y ; aTSyrr4ax

bid of $25.00. of C. M. Montgomeryfor I

the damaged lumber taken from

the courthouse roof. Carried. I
: Y
t a.: ,;r'S
Motion by Waldron, seconded by I Y

Miner called and carried, that the '. \\
I
a J- ,-
, I clerk be, instructed to write L. G. i -.' .:'
\
Bruce, chairman of the Game and |

. Fresh Water Fish Commission, 'Bar- i ptt have Insultd daftly-

tow, that, in view of the fact we. p/oJ twt Ii kaI latIt lfJ 6
; only have one game warden in Hen- I\ ,

dry County with considerable territory .

j to cover, the board recommends ..when your TO.
that the following Hcnorary Game .}

'I -: Wardens be appointed: t I savings work here..helping ., 'I': ;

,. ;W. H. Adams, Hooker's Point, : '
?, Clewiston. local, responsible familiesown THE CAUSE OF1"l

':' L. L. Lowe, Clewiston.J. .
E. Baker, Clewiston.Gus their own homes. Ask ) :,l ,.,\ 1.:


-- C. O.}McGehee Benbow,, Clewiston.Clewiston. I For complete information "l..nt.!{ ALL MANKIND :t"j :: '

R. '. .
C. Nowling, Clewiston. :, <
Motion by Evers seconded by I

... < Miner that the bills be approved as I ': -
read, with the exception of bill of I| .
Wherever
there is trouble
or suffering in the world wherever
R. N. Miller, Tax Collector; for I
electric heater and for balance on I Clewiston Federal/ '. desperate souls cry'out in need of"cheer and comfort-there. too '., '

hand, and that these two bills be, 'is your'RED CROSS to lift their hearts and bring them hope. 1

. 'tabled.Motion, Carried.by Miner seconded by I Savings and LoanAssociation 4. Today, in the midst of ravaging wars, your Red Cross faces the .

Waldron that Commissioner A. J., |j I I ,: greatest task in its long history. The humanitarian deeds of service ;

Evers be appointed to attend the i, it has already performed for our boys at home and abroad would

road meeting in Tampa on March !' fill your heart with pride-as it has theirs with gratitude. But we
12, and that he turn, in a bill for ex-
penses. Carried. '\ ,must do more. We must Keep our Red Cross at the side of our "
.. '
1 fighting men and wounded heroes wherever they be. ;
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,. ...............................................HNNIINNNNII.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ......N1.. ...NNNNNN.IN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..IINNN.. .. .. ..N.........................."............................NNN.. .. ...-.. Remember- the RED CROSS has no private funds. Every .

'y. service the Red Cross performs depends upon your private gift. "

: : .. ... .. God So do your part! Reach down in your hearts and give all you can
of
.. Assembly :::1 .
MORE
: .:. give and give NOW!
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< .;' SOUTH CLEWISTONSunday :i '0,
: .i,. 4F
X > s

.;. r. : School ..............___..........._ '10:00 A. M. :1_::: ;i KeepeifRIED CROSS at his side 1

:!: Morning Worship .....__....:...._........ 11:00 A. M. ,_.
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l :
I .:. / Evangelistic Service ..._........_..__ 8:00' P. l\I. .t:i:,, fY

\ ..
: r Weekly Services, Tuesday ._......___ 8:00 P. M. ;:' { '
L 'i. .
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:::: Young People's Service Friday; ........ 8:00 P. 1'i'': JiORfu 1\fOTOR
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'.' wlrh 1 t.
::: ;y ill.
/ Sermon Subject Sunday, Miirch 18, "Trading :i:, bLt
'i' KKV.! 11. it.BAGWELL ,
The Cross. .:,, "
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS I'HIDY1.IWn; 1C, 1A1rr' ::;
EIGHT
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I
l j Hendry County, Florida, has ordered' Hcudry County, Florida, the Inspectors and Clerks of the elec-
'
a special election to be held in Special Ilonil Election I tion at each place where the votes are
I Tax School District No.. 7. Hendry I II April 17. 1045 to be cast. A certified copy of' such
I Count Florida, on the 17th day of i Election for issuance of $450.000; i list shall be filed and preserved among
I April, 1945, for the purpose of determIning principal amount of bonds of Special the-. records of the Uoard.
whether or not bonds of the Tax School District No.7, Hendry E. M. COHNETTE,
I District shall be issued in the aggregate provided for in the Chairman of the Hoard .o .. '
I County '
K1S 1 principal amount of $450,000, resolution, :idi\trrJ\; of Public Instruction Public Instruction of
i dated April 1, 1915 in the denomina- of Hendry County Florida, Hendry County. Florida. ,
J tion of $1,000each, bearing interest E. L. STALUNGS,
I II I adopted :March: 14, 1945.
1 rate ns '
payable semi-annuallY at such M: 0 ALLEN,
shall be determined at the time of the Members of said Board.'
sale thereof, numbered 1 to 450, both I I I For Bonds .. Attest: '
inclusive, and maturing in numerical i-.. WEAVER
/ -?: order I on the 1st day of April of each I I Against 'BondsInstruction Secretary of. said Board,
/ year, I au: 1U, 23, 30, April 6, 1945: '
I $18,000 in 1946 to 1948.!) inc. for Voterst '
$19,000 in 1919 and }!150. If you are 'in favor of the Issuance I ,
$20,000 in 1951 and 1952:!, Tallahassee Florida
: of bonds, nlace an "X" murk in the
$21,000 In 1953 and 1954. 1' space to the left of the words "For February 23, -1945 ... '
$22,000 in 1955 and 1956, 'I Bonds." If you are not' In' favor of i N0'1'lllis. ,
:;:: :/:.:.::!; ; :: 123,000 in 1957!? and 1958, I I the issuance of bonds place an "X"
1960
in 1959 and
> .. .. $24,000 mask in the to the left of tile NOTICE is
.. spnce hereby given that the
,
;.
1'
:.:.....:. ,.. .......... .. $25,000 in 1961, I words "Against Bonds. Trustees of the Internal Improvement
...", -- $26,000 in 1962,' 1 5. The Secretary 'of this Board Is Fund of the State of Florida will offer
jr/Jc'/ I
( $27,000 in 1963, hereby.authorized and directed to have for sale, to bp sold to the highest bidder *
A IAL lab 528,000 In 1964, printed on plain white paper a suf- at Tallahassee, Florida at 11:00
1t Udt6tt AU1t711RM Wt11A MAtfeS 11 Posslett: 'ibMt3ItCAt $32,000 in 1965, I ficient number of aforesaid ballots and o'clock A. M. April 17th, 1915 the following -
NWL1115171>a CF Ut-IIT for the purpose of acquiring, build- to furnish a sufficient number of such described land In Hendry Coun-'
9 00,IASf yGI!QaD! -reef F11etS p.I We lAR6CSfi ing, enlarging, furnishing and other I ballots to the Inspectors and Clerks of tr: :
Aim M.OST ibwfR1411.AIRC7LiT.IAfAICANO wise improving buildings and school II the election on or before the date and K> of Section :,
d61LTlI utr lle'S-W' 6R0.L/, grounds in said District Board as providedin of Public -I the time for opening the- polls for such South. nil n"o 32: Est Township 317 acres.44
the resolution of the election.
guru 14th J I I THIS NOTICE Is published in com
day
I Instruction adopted on the ', 6. The Supervisor of Registrationof I pliance with Sections 270.07, 270.08 and
S fiEAV1CS\ of March, 1915. the County of Hendry Is authorizedand 2(0.09, Florida Statutes 1941. ,
; Th-i pinkos of voting ar siid elfcfvi'all directed to make; up and certify The Trustees of the Internal Improvement -
"> be tho same ns the usual place* I a list 'of th'e names .of all "iVint '! I Fund reserve the right to
for voting in said District at general! electors appearing on the registration relict any and all bids
:
elections in Hendry' Count The polls I(I books of the County who are duly I BY ORDER of the Trustees: of the
will be ODen at said yctinplacE':: /< on I qualified electors of-Special Tax School | Internal Improvement Fund of the
F the d1oC election from seven o'clockA. District No. 7 in said County, and who I State of Florida. '
:M. to sundown of the same day. I are determined to be freeholders, and
Only the duly qualified electors of I I who ;Ire also determined,, to be qualified I Millard F. Caldwell
Special Tax School District No. 7 who electors in the election herein Governor.
I MpVIEs 'N FkS FiAtIEN1 IN't1B nre freeholders will be allowed to vote. i,i ordered. clIh slut.* nu .a. u Attest .
WAI11N5 RGti1Milw I The registration booksill bo open .- within five days before the date of 10'. C. Elliot.-Secretary r
the usual hours for the purpose of I holding| the election and a certified Trustees I. I. Fund. ,
registering electors for'said special I I II I copy of such list shall be furnished to :Mar. 16, 23, 30, April 6, 13, 1945.Excellent .'
I j election on each business day until fv! .
days prior to the date of, the election., -
I THE BOARD OF PUBLIC I '

wI I COUNTY INSTRUCTION FLORIDA OF HENDRY, I ;

eu I By E. Mi CORNETTE, Mack'S 'D -St
I tf A FIVER N/I5ITII4S A 6rME5 Chairman.

HAULEV FALLS, MlNM., ? i 3.: The following persons are here- rug ore
f FARMER MAO TO IflKS ,'1 / I npnointed: Inspector, and Clerks of
A 805 HCW\E BECAUSE said; election:
a'a'i i .'d1E PIGS ATE MOSTOP .A FtEJlotSJ FC0.i cF JaPWIRE/SEFc2XM7ZS( ""rcrinct One (lClew5ston*, : I
'11i1i AIRPLANE ,. 'lb 0fR 7R WS TW WE BKX&W: DC&SS&G4ME. Inspectors: :r- I
Mrs. Louise Hare
A I
b7116e
lOT Mrs. G. 13. Rackstraw
.I Judson Francis. Prescription Service
Clerk: Mrs. Ruth D Tlrrlste '. I
Precinct Six (6) Hooker's Point:,
-

- -Given On. I shall be published in The Clewiston Mrs.Inspectors I.. 1...: LoweMrs. ,;::' .-" *. 7 A. M.11 P. M. '
Report ;
News, a newspaper published tit Clew j J. E. Davidson .
iston, Florida, once a week for four I Mrs. Jewel Hooker. I
:Gasoline Kerosene successive weeks priur to the date of I I ClerkV.. C. Hooker ...
said election, the first publication to > 4. The ballot to he used at said PHONE
20
,' be not less than thirty clays prior to election shall be in substantially theI
According to the latest report re- said date: I following form; I

'leased by the Inspection Bureau, The Board NOTICE of OF.'TT.KCTIOX I'ubKc' : : In,!t. action of j I Special Tux School BALLOT District, Xo. 7 I T .

'Department of Agriculture, Hendry --- .,---
County's consumption of gasoline

2or the month of January was 138- : t

410 gallons, and 30.839 gallons of ta ry IiI

kerosene.Sales .
during the previous month '
were given ?s 131,901 of gasoline, *e* s/ h c M b yx J'r I >

37,745 of kerosene. According! ti or .S
1'
gasoline sales were up 6,509 gallonsin %

January over the previous month,

while kerosene sales dropped 65906 ,. I

gallons over the same period.

y s ypf v. b?
I
'lir.SOLITTIOX ORDERING: AXD moVIDI1VG -
FOR TILE. HOLDING Of
ELECTION IX SPECIAL, TAX !
AN 1 R /Y RY
%
SCHOOL DISTRICT! XO. 7 OK HEX- I 1 e I Ia
DRY COUNTY, FLORIDA, OX THE /
'.QUESTION OF ISSUING $4.:;0.000 01-
BONDS OF SAID DISTRICT.BE e s
*

IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD
'.oF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF HEN-
DRY COUNTY FLORIDA: :
1. An election is' hereby ordered to : ; y 0 s tyxr
'be held in Special Tax School District / )
No. 7 of Hendry County, Florida, on '- \4 J $
%
April 17th, 1945 to determine whetheror
not there shall be issued bonds of \1'r., .
.said District in the principal amount G
-$450,000, dated April 1, 1945 in the /
denomination of $1,000 each, bearing
interest payable semi-annually at such ijI
rate. not exceeding the legal rate as ,
shall !be: determined ,at the time of the
sale thereof, the bonds to be numbered I
1 to 450, inclusive, and to' maturein 1 M .:
: numerical order on the '1stday ofApril I ..s
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of each year .
$18,000 in 1946 to 1948, Inc. "
$19,000! in 1949 and 1950, I '
'$20,000 in 1951 and 1952,
521.000 in 1953 and 1954, '
322,000 in 1955 and 1956, .,:-
$23,000 in 1957 and 1958, -. I
$24,000 in 1959 and 1960, -/ '.';{
$25,000 in mi/ ,
52fi,000 in 106! ?, -. : \
S27.000 in 1963. -
$28,000 in ]!Iii", I ,
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$32,000 In 1965. .-'9 .,, -
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I ESTABLISHED 1915
CLEWISTON REALTY '
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