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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 27, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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16-NUMBER 33 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1045 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.50 PER TEAR

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G r[ Truck To Canvass Town I f Missing...: In Action Approval Is Given To





, In Relief Clothing Drive Cafeteria For School


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,!I, Will Climax Drive For I Revival At Assembly I Son of Clewiston Federal Loan Provides


Clothing For War Of ,God Church Is I Man Is Killed $17,907 for Project


Refugees Drawing Big CrowdsRev. II Over GermanyL Filed In OctoberE.

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Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Clewiston H. R. Bagwell, pastor of the -. M. Stroud, who is employed at M. Cornette chairman of the

chairman of tho United Nations War Assembly of God Church in South Riddle Field, received word Thurs- Hendry County: Board of Public .Instruction -

Relief Drive for clothing for citizens Clewiston, states that the revival J '> day that his son; Lt. John D. Stroud, received a telegram yesterday -
services which started at his church 7ri14 previously had from Senator Charles O. An-
I of war-stricken nations, stated reported missing,
Tuesday evening, are drawing large been killed in action in a flight over drews that the federal grant of
'I this week that arrangements had $17,907 for the construction of a
crowds' every night and attendanceis Germany on March 24th.
been made for a truck to canvass increasing ill the time. I i I Official notification was received cafeteria and cannery, application

i the entire community Monday to The messages are being deliveredby from the War Department by Lt. for which was filed last October

I pick'up ,clothing bundles in 'a Rev. Doyle Hart and the music, Stroud's wife in Fort Pierce. Hew under the' Lanham Act, had been'

climax to the two-week drive. by the "Musical Harts," consistingof s 27 years of age and in Januarywas approved.

The truck will be donated by R. Rev. Hart and brother and their ; piloting i C-47: transport in The result of the approval of this

C. Wilson and Mrs. Rackstraw- wives, is being greatly enjoyed by ..." wm",'_'_', ,_..n..m'_.,.___"_ "_ England. It is not known whether I grant will make possible the con-
planning to have a committee of all attending. Splendid spiritual this was the type plane in which he 1 struction of a more up-to-date cafeteria -

Girl Scouts ride the truck and col- results are reported from the meet- ENS.: FRED A. HUNZIKER was killed. I on the elementary school

lect bundles. If the weather Is :ing. He is survived by two brothers, grounds than had been anticipated

favorable thone who have bundles Special musical arrangements are L. M. Jr., 'and William, both in Na- under the ,program provided for by

aI are requested tu have them out where being made for the Sunday morn- 1Ir.and Mrs. Fred A. Hunziker val service in the South Pacific, and the recent passage of the $450,000

they can be. seen end speed up the ing service at 11:00 to be conducted received'a telegram Thursday after- two sisters, Mrs. 'Edith Bartlett of bond issue and will also make pos-

collection. The girls, however, will by Rev. Bagwell. All are urged to noon from the War Department Vero Beach, and Mrs.. Mary Unsel sible the immediate construction of

j make plenty of noise when the come. early to be sure of obtaininga notifying them that their son, Ens. of St. Louis, Mo. t this unit.

truck arrives In your neighborhood seat. Fred A. Hunziker, USNR, was miss- I I Bert D. Keck, ,architect of Stuart

I'n' ____ those._____ who,, __. have n. forgotten to .- incr! in action in the South Pacific f I I who designed this building early
High School Annual
put out their bundles will have a Musical where he was the pilot of a Navy. last year and after many months of
ProgramAt
chance to do so. Itg hoped that Hellcat in a carrier of Admiral Hal- Now Being PreparedThe work had it ready for submission in

.. it will not be' necessary to double Kiwanis Club sey's Third fleet. October, was here this morning

1 back and that one trip over the en- The news came as a great shockto making plans for this building and

tire town will suffice Meeting WednesdayThe his parents for 'a Public Re- Tigiston, the Clewiston High 'as soon as possible will submit ne-

j Mrs. Rackstraw states that there lations Office release last 'week was School annual for 1944-45, is now cessary papers to the federal agency

,f ;: has been a greater response to the Kiwanis Club,. at the regular to the effect tliat he was on his way being prepared and will be issued handling his fund in order to let
plea for bundles during the past I| extensive duty. the contract as quickly: as possible.The .
home after an tour of i
meeting Wednesday night, enjoyed a I the last week of school accordingto
week and quite a few have been collected I I Then came a letter from Ens. ,reason for the delay in approvalwas
splendid musical program given by B. J. Myers: English Instructor
but she feels that many Hunziker stating that orders had I : that funds were exhausted when
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McManus.Mr. .
' found it difficult to send bundles to J been suddenly'changed and close who is supervising the preparation.It 'the Clewiston application reachedthe

the places of collection and that the I McManus plays the guitar upon this, came the telegram that I will be a 36-page annual for agency.

truck pick-up will find a great nad Mrs. McManus accompanies with he is missing. grades seven through twelve andwill This new building will house the
quantity of clothing which can be piano and after playing a numberof cafeteria, kitchen and cannery and
selections for their Ens. Hunziker is only nineteen 1 be, attractively bound in blue
shipped. Clothing collected will be program they will also- provide two, much-needed
a packed and shipped Tuesday and played a number of old familiar years of age, but is serving as one and gold. The Atlantic Printers classrooms at the beginning of, the

d the drive will be closed. favorites for group singing. of a carefully selected group of night I of Miami Beach are doing the work. next' school term. It will, probablybe
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Any kind of' clothing is acceptable, ; The club also made arrangements fighters. Piloting a night-fighter Editor of ,the annual is Bruce constructed as close to thepresent -
tho most diffic I
I regarded as perhaps
for men, women or children and participation in the 7th War Beardsley and Sherwood Hall is assistant school buildings as practicableand
ult of all assignments in combat
blankets and shoes will,be particularly I Loan Drive and named C. A. Martinez editor. Contributors are will lie reached by covered
aviation for it requite the utmost '
'", well receive/1 y.Aimost.everyonej; 4, to, head .building.. Since:
has a few articles 'discarded sales.: He named as"committee'members 'deck"of' Betty, McDuffie, Betty'S llivan, Betty the school board gaff already made
1( blocked-out
a'
:i j clothing 'which can lie made usable G. B. Thomas: MX M.' Prewitt, narrow. car-' Townsend, Pafmelia 'Bourne, arrangements for 'matching _this.
rier. all is' done
Virtually flying on
with- a' little,. effort and should make I W. L. Brantley, N. V. S. Mumford, t Doris Poole :1d'Marilyn Davis. (Continued on 1'age 8) -

'I their contribution at this time. G. E. Etherton and ,R, J. McLeod. instruments. J_____________________ _____ .
It is highly, possible that Ens.

Hunziker was forced down in some

'I remote area and the entire .community Left.On

1- Activity ; Increasing At hoping will that join the with next the news parents which in Group Tuesday


comes will be that he has rejoined

Hooker's Point Cannery I his ship. I For Army Induction


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1 -- -- POSTOFFICE GIVESINSTRUCTIONS Fire Another Group Goes

H 1; 1 1775 Quarts Processed I Methodist DistrictSuperintendent Has Two Department Calls '. I Sunday For preInduction -'


At Plant During I To Be FOR

Past Two Weeks Here' This SundayDr. The volunteer fire departmentwas

OVERSEAS MAILING called at 3:30 Saturday morn-
Six men left Clew'stcn Tuesday
I ing to the Clewiston Wrecking Company I -

Canning activities at Hooker'sPoint O. Alton ,Murphy, district --, -- :yard by n fir believed to; have night for Camp Blandlng for induc-
getting underway after a
are caused superintendent of the Methodist Due to the number of packages been started from a .defective electrical -I tion into the armed ,services, three
slow start by adverse weather -
\ Church, will speak in the Clewiston' switch Jithe I Ij I and"1 three"
conditions. Records show that, which have been damaged and do not garage. of them county selectees ,
, Library Sunday ,evening at 8:00 it 1 A. H. King noticed the fire In'J' '
::1 during: the past two weeks, twentyIsix reach our boys overseas the follow-j were transfers from other boards.
is announced by the Rev. Lewis ing orders have been issued by the passing and quickly turned in an
families have made fifty-four I Ij I William Cecil elham and Noran
Minter, who has been conducting post office department, according to I alarm so that the fire was extinguished
trips to the Hooker's Point Canning
; I Methodist services here for several before 'great damage: i i Christian Farabee of Clewiston and
Unit to can a total of 1775 quarts) Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, acting post- any
total weeks.In master: j could be done except the scorching Stafford 0. Luckey, Jr., of LaBelle
of food. Of this 533 quarts
addition to the, spiritual of wall. were the county men. Robert Burr
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were beans, 13 roast pork, 882 to-I mes-i The use of corrugated shipping one West
I matoes 281 461 sage, Dr. Murphy will discuss plans j made material too I The second call Wednesday Hart was'a transfer from
tomato juice and ( containers by Beach
for Palm Artie Leroy Reese wasa
the organization or'a ,
quarts were tripe. complete light and brittle to carry the con- noon was to a grass fire aher-I
MethodistChurch in Clewiston. I Atlantic Coast Line freight st I transfer from Tifton Ga., althougha
tents Such containers'should I
safely.
1 The canning unit is located back Clewiston resident for severalyears
t of Mrs. Dorothy Lows's home. The --- not---y be" used., ,( and Oswell Lanier Sutton was

{I canning center began two seasons Interesting, Speaker The outer ,wrapping paper is too Prison Guards Leading 'j a transfer from Ludowici, Ga. Manuel -

L ago under the sponsorship of a Federal Heard At thin and becomes torn off: also fre- I Galigher had been transferredto

t'1 agency known as the Food Pro- Fellowship quently Insufficient cord is used or Diamond Ball LeagueThe I Winter Park and will go with the

duction War Training Program, Supper On Tuesday cord too light to withstand stra'/, ; next group from that board. Another -
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t Sharpe, agricultural Prisoner of War Detachen't's -'1 local man was called, Thos E.
teacher, in charge of opera --- ing lost from the parcel. diamond ball team is leading i' Markette, but was granted a sixty-
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r, tions. The first equipment consisted I Speaking to a large number of Insufficient and improper pack- while completingsome
the local league at the present time day: postponement
of two orange tree shades as men present Tuesday: evening at ,the ing of breakable articles such as with three wins against no defeats,I special radio work for the

work rooms, a roof shed to house I Fellowship Supper for the men of bottles of shaving lotions and jarsof their latest win being a 3-2 decis-'. Army Air Corps in Te as.
the Community Church. Dr. Francis When broken, the i
eight borrowed cookers preserves.
pressure two
ion over the town team this week.In A will leave Sunday for
group
borrowed, worn-out oil stoves and Morton Fox of Wes Palm Beach, escaped contents cause the outer II
other games Clewiston: High I Camp Blanding for pre-induction
some donated dish pans. With this stressed the importance and benefits containers to disintegrate.
defeated Moore Haven High 21 to physicals. This group includes
of men's organizations of Perishable Matter Is
inadequate not onlyas Acceptance
equipment the
plant
was 4; Riddle Field won over U. S .S. James Fussell of LaBelle, Alfred
able to put out 20 thousand a means of fellowship, but as a Prohibited C.I
quarts in an extra inning contest 7-5. Lamar Moon, Luther M. Davis, jr.,
.:. of food. The amount of food can- means of coordinated service to the Loose packing of articles with
The town team is in second Clewiston,
now Cranford B. Herring of
ned is not a true picture as it does church, and how these two are Inter- sharp edges and corners thereby ,allowing -
place with two wins and one loss; Roy Irvin Edwards a' transfer from
not show that in the first related. Following Dr. Fox's speech movement of the articles
phases,
f The Sugar Corporation has one win Elizabeth, W. Va., William C.
canning at the plant the group elected a 'committee, W. within the container and resulting
was a feat of
and one loss; Riddle Field has one Keene, a transfer from Miami, James
long, laborious hours of toil. It I C. Owen, chairman, Dr. C. E. often in the outer wrappings being
win and two losses, Clewiston High Marshall Patterson, a transfer from
does not state that the plant was Gericke, G. H. Brown C. E. Johnson punctured or the tape holding the I
has one win and two losses and Puerto Rico, James Walter Perry, a
used beyond i"s physical capacity.. I I M. R. Stvoud, Pfc. James Fer- containers together at the corners I I
''guson' Moore Haven has two losses and no transfer from Chevy: Chase, Md.,
and Richard Heath to being broken.
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With recent demands, and excessive organ- wins. Clark Edwin Hammond, a transfer
ize a more closely knit organization.The Boxes for overseas transmission) I
popularity the plant is in need The Clewiston High girls also from Oakland and Richard Ellis
of expansion. Steps are now being excellent dinner was prepared (Continued on Page 4) defeated the Moore Haven High Hamrick, state road patrolman, a

1 taken to lease the site and enlarge by a committee of the Woman's girls there Tuesday afternoon 8 to I transfer from West Palm. Beach.

I the plant and to install permanent Association, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.G. I' Panel Board Asks 5. Mona Hand did tus pitching for Two others, Orie Vernon Purvis, is
equipment.The H. Brown, Mrs. F. C. Long, Mrs. I
I local
c the girls team and Evelyn Dyess a transfer to Pensacola and Robert
I ', existing facilities I W. D. Wylie, Mrs. L. M. Weetman, I For New MembersMrs.
Include
gasstovs and Opal Raulerson divided mound K. Royer is a transfer to Lakeland.
: a large copper blanching vat Mrs. Christine Doty-and Mrs. F. E. I I duties for tho Moore Haven team." Three colored men will leave May

heated by gas, an open process vat, Conkling. The dinner was served Ruth Vaughn, head of the I 8 for induction: Otis Tommie Rad-

4 an automatic electric sealer with ca- by Mrs. L. Thompson, Miss Maxine panel board work at the local OPA cefllns-- - ; ford, Sammie Henry Wilkins and

4 pacit/ of 300 cans per hour. Othar Doty, Mrs. J. -Morrison and Mrs. office, asks for volunteers to serveon I to price and is purely -I'Clinton James Gosha. Two others,

equipment includes a bottle capper, William Berkbardt. the local oanel board for the untary no remuneration being both transfers, will go for pre-In-

; knives: pressure cookers and, pans I A committee has been formed and performance of a most patriotic fered for the work. Fred Sikes Is I duction physicals on' thE same date,

for preparation.. At present the .Pfe2 are being made for anothersuch work. now chairman of the panel board. I Jesse Lee Calloway from Tunica,

most opular piece of equipment is supper to be served in the near The work of the;, panel board is to ,Extra gasoline rations are given for i Miss., and ice Lee Williams of

(Continued on Page 8) future. check compliance pf local stores as conducting this work Haynesville, A'.a.VOLUME r

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t.?AGE TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL "27, 1943


for filing which was midnight of SW i of NEH South of Nine MIle'.S. 15 T. 43, R. 33. .
New Books In
Library Canal, legs Right-of-way, S. 11, T. 43, Tract 8A as shown on resubdivislon
ASSESSOR ENJOINED March 31, .in tact had not made returns R. 33 plat recorded In Plat Book 2, page
to date. NWTof SE1 L less Right-of-way,! 68. Hendry County Records, being in
Non-Fiction S. 11, T. 43, R. 33. the SV1of S. 7, T. 43, R. 34.
The notice in part leads: 0 SWA of SE 4, less Road, S. 11, T. Tract 21 as shown on National
IFROM COUNTING ALL Brave Men, Ernie Pyle. 43. R. 33. Farms Estate Plat recorded In Plat
"ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND They Called It "Purple Heart SEU of NE i South of Nine :Mile r Cook 4, page 61, Lce County Recordsand
DECREED, that the defendant, Canal less Rlght-of-Way, S. 11, T. 43, re-subdivision plat recorded in
Valley, by Margaret Bourko-Whlte. R. 33NE'4. Plat Book 2, page 68, Hendry County ,
CATTLE( IN COUNTY Dennis B. Small, as Tax Assessor of Between Heaven and Earth, by of SE& 'South of Nine MIle Records, S. 7, 1'. 43, R. 34 j
Hendry County, Florida, his agents, Werfel. Canal,. less Right-of-Way. S. 11, T. 43, S% of N% of NW%. S. 12.'T. 43, R. 32. ,
Franz R33., to satisfy said decree and all costs. j
servants, deputies and ,employees, None'But a, Mule, by Barbara SEU of SE. %, less Road, S. 11, T. E. M. MAGAHA, I i '
County News) and each and every of them, be Woollcott. 43, R. 33. SPECIAL, :MASTER IN CHANCERY
(Hendry NE i of NEd, less Road and less .. II
Tax Assessor Dennis Smallas and they are hereby enjoined and Where Away, A Modern Odessy,(., RlRht-of-Way, S." 15, T. 43, R. 33. :EVANS Miami ,Florida MERSHON & SAWYER j I II
'County NWTof NE i, less Road and less
disturbing,
restrained from .ejlher) by
night with a Geo. S. Perry and Isabel, Leighton. I Solicitors for Plaintiff I
\! served Monday Right-of-way:\ S. 15. T. 13 R. 33.
injunction signed by Circuit driving, putting through chute or I Flight Everywhere, Ivan Dmitri.. SWiJ of NEtf. less Right-of-way, 1.I April 20. .7, :May 1.BOOKKEEPING. ;
temporary otherwise molesting,, for the .. pur- S. 15, T. 43, R. 33.; I
Judge George W. Whitehurst Anything Can Happen, Geo. and SE'of, NE4, less Right-of-way, f
him from taking an pose of counting or otherwise,: the; I Helen Papashvily. S. 15, T. 43. R. 33. ,
which prevent cattle of the ,plaintiffs 01; others NEi of SWVlr less Rightofwayand : SERVICE, \' I '
accurate count on,'. cattle belongingto I Fiction less Railroad Right-of-way. S. 15, I :
similarly situated: in Hendry County, T. 43, R. 33. ...!
;Marlin; Hill lard, individually, Joe I Elegant Journey, John Selby. SystemsSupcivisioii -RcPoits:
Florida, at this time or during the 1 I SE'4 of SW#. less Right-of-way,
Hilliard, individually, Marlin Hil- weather and until the Deep River, Henrietta. Buckmaster. S. 15, T. 43, R. 33. Financial Statements '
current dry NE' of SE ,
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% less Right-of-way
Hilliard, ,
Joe co-partners I
Hard and I I For
current dry weather, shall have.materially S. 15, T. 43, R. 33. Details Write
doing business as Hilliard Brothers, Young Mrs Brand, Robert BlchI NUT of SE'less Tight-otway, '
Brothers, Inc., a Florida corporation changed, and all pendingthe 1 S. 15, T. 43, R. 33. C., O. CRAMER- _
and Solon Crews, w.ho are until further order of" the I Forever Amber, by KathleenKvinsor : 'S. 15, T. 43, R. 33. ,;. . I
named as plaintiffs in the .temporary cause, or thci (we have two copies of thisIbobk SE'i of SE'/i .less. .,Right-of-way. Ii .
injunction legal. I I' court upon or application otherwise of one and tax; ordered Assessor -- .) I r ........ !'

Mr. Small said Tuesday that lie I Captain from Castile, Samuel i
at Fort Myers, Lee County, .
had assembled a group of workers I I Shellabarger. ,'. i iJ
this
Florida, 23rd day of April, \ I
LIFE
and was ready to start making an 1945. Signed Geo. W. Whitehurst, i Once in Vienna, VIcki Baum. INSURANCE CO.
.accurate count when he was prevented Mr.. | The Thurbfr Carnival, James I
served to
Judge.: This was
by the court order. He said I Thurber. ," G. Nottingham, Agent
Small when he was in Fort Myers 4I
:iie had been authorized by the board I 1 Tine Building of Jalna, by Mazo Box 0327
Monday night, by a Lee. County
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of county commissioners in session I deputy sheriff. j: De La Roche. ," Cctitaiflbts# I Clewiston Florida ,.
April 3, to "get a count on any stock I Ride With Me, by Thomas B.I I I 5)I .
of cattle that had not been properly When asked what his next action Costain. ", _

listed on the tax roll." Mr. Small I would be in the matter Mr. Small Great Son, Edna Ferbeiv I

further declared that the above replied, "I mean to fulfill the duties Cannery Row; John Steinbeck. I

.,aamed plaintiffs had not made reamis of my office at all times to' the bestof The Troubled Midnight, by .John |
of tangible personal property my knowledge and ability and Gunther. TAYLORSBROMO

'namely ,'cattle" up to the deadline witht equal fairness to alV'I Time For. Each Other, MargaretLee I I ASPIRIN '
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garet Shea. Common ColdsJohnson's
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SEEDED SEEDLESS A FEW PINK Mysteries I n t r I ..
I. Till Death Do Us Part, John Dick- ..--..
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GRAPEFRUITNow The Cat's Whisker, H. C. Bailey. yfnrfiaK InMlld Aaftfy
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; The Case of The Black-Eyed JIm CfitihIzal Fish Camp I

At The Peak of Juice and Quality,. Blonde Remembered, Erie Stanley Death, Agatha Gardner Christie I I ((Near Clewiston Hurricane, Fla.Gate) t


$1.50 for 50 lb. sack .-:':' Green. ..when your I Boats_ and Motors-Guide Service
Hazzard, Manning Coles. I
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I I Rates Reasonable
Children's Books savings work here..helping W. H. Johnson, Mgr.

To Save Next Year's Crop, now picking re- Tell Me About Jesus, by Alice local families ...
Jones. responsible

maining juicy Valencia oranges. I On the Green Meadows, Thornton : :....... .-.1111. .........N1N. .N1111NN1. .. .
$2.00 for 50 lb. sack j W. Burgess. i own! their own homes. Ask FOR :;:

I "Watch Me" Said the Jeep, by for information. IY'
J: Helen Ferris. complete 'TAXICABS .::

BEARDSLEY FARM Library is open Monday afternoon I i. ..
:; DAY AND XITE SERVICE _
il from 3 to 6,. and Wednesday and .f

.: Phones 266 --- .27R2 Friday evenings from 7 to 9.: .' I I:1i: PHONE 18 :: #

I MRS. W. L. LOTT, Chairman.i .
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.. < following notice was submitted and LoanAssociation I Fli0'VBItSCut
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II I for publication by County 1 flowers for delivery here ,or

( Agent H. L. Johnson: .' II for delivery an uhee in U. S. '

II Performance reports for1945, by_wirp.MKSJ. ..
,. If You WishGUARANTEED I' f :.. ..
\ 'j practice '6 (a) establishing a cover ,J. M. FOUNTAIN .
I of winter legumes seeded in the fall
Day: Phone 82 Night Phone ;148WAssembly
j of 1944, and 14 establishing
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a cover of small grains seeded

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:Machine Work ",' I AOTICE 01' MASTEU's SALT !Ii:: .. ". ". of God

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that :
Painting and Body Repair Service '_ I, the undersigned .special 'Master in ::
r 14 I i Chancel, by virtue of the final decree I :;: SOUTH CLEW'ISTOr \ ;_;
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of foreclosure entered in that
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:Genuine Ford Repair PartsSEE I certain cause pending in the Circuit ,..;

Court of Florida of the, in Twelfth and for Judicial Hendry County Circuit, ':. s"- : Sunday School ................_____......__. 10:00 A. JI. .:.
n in Chancery being Case No. 1017. y :
wherein SUGARLAND DRAINAGE :: Morning Worship ................'_..-..:.. 11:00 A. '\I. iI ::
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DISTRICT a public quasi corporationunder
thp laws of the State of Flor- I:i: Evangelistic Service .....?.......::.....__._ 8:00 P. 31. ..
ida, is plaintiff, and J. B. HENDRY,' : Y.i.

.1 HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS et alare, May 7.defendants 1945 between, will,the on hours Monday I'I...i.=. '. Weekly Services, Tuesday :......__ 8:00 P. M. ::.:.
I of eleven o'clcek A.T", and two o'- :
Ford Sales and ServiceCLEWISTON I clock P.. M., at the north door' of theCounty ::: Young People's Service Friday ......:) 8:00 P. M. :1:
Court House in LaBelle, Flor- I y
I ida, offer for sale and sell at public : ?
PHONE 93 FLORIDA outcry, to the best and highest bidder
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Sunday Night: "The Musical Harts.
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I for cash, the following described real ""i. ..
t property 'in Hendry County, Florida, ::: BAGWELL ._
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UNIFORM INTERNATIONALSUNDAY Called Emancipation?

,f My Keti.rt i, t1/y5 I An officer who had been throughthe

Full of dret..n'I '. .n::. North
African made
\) .caa :aiai !Ir campaign
It m-.ttens nab how esson the remark that this war had
I Color may be revived in faded I Wipe up any food spilled on the made quite a difference to the posi-
dull lifejeerrs. Of The By HAROLD Moody Bible T. LTJNDQtJIST.Institute of D.Chlcalo.D. suede shoes and bags that have stove at once with a dry cloth or tion of Arab women there.

I /:; Though I ppe.'t.r to Released by Western Newspaper Union. become shabby by brushing them paper toweling. Never use a damp "For,centuries," he said, "when

I work tell day well and holding them over a ket- cloth-it may ruin the porcelain I an Arab family was on the move,
tle of freshly boiling water finish. But if let these '
you spots the man rode the donkey and the
I wnong Lesson for April 29 .
r go my c... dry on, they will be difficult to re woman walked patiently behind
.. drezrr and ;). Never crowd, the rinse tub. move. him, carrying the luggage. But
L Leeson subjects and Scripture texts ae- ..
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phyj: lected and copyrighted by International Clothes must have room to move when our troops got going there
' t. "!1 CA ,! permission.Council of Religious Education; used by about freely to get soap out. Orange ''juice may be substi- was a big change. True, the man
, -.- tuted for lemon juice when making still rode the donkey-but the

SETTLEMENT AND STRUGGLESIN In laying a new floor over an old french dressing. woman walked in front."

CANAAN one place a layer of heavy paper -.- I "So our boys taught them it was
L : between the two, for resiliency and Remove the broiler pan at the 'ladies first'?" he was asked.

.9 LESSON TEXT-Judges 2:6, 1, 11, 12, 18, sound deadening purposes. A ce- same time you remove the food.If "Well, I don't know. She walkedin
19; 61116. dar flavored paper will repel ver you let it stand, the heat whichis front because there might ba
I and of
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GOLDEN TEXT-Be strong "
WNU Features. good courage; be not afrlad, neither be min. retained will burn the grease on. land mines.
thou dismayed; for the Lord thy God Is

Joshua with thee 1:9. whithersoever thou goest.- ..........J........N........-,....-.....
I
t. CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT REALLY S-0-0-T-H-1NG I:
God keeps his promises. Israel -11./
found that to be true as He brought 1.JeQwhil : because they're really medicated( I

them into the promised land of I
Canaan. Those who rebelled against ,
r SKETCHINGCOMIC Him had died in the wilderness, but

l LIKENESS now a new generation had come Meow! f Its Language .r

r Drawn from your photo. Pen sketches into possession of the land. The two dear things met in the Joan-If money talks, how I
SVi":xll"unharmed.. Suitable for Mail framing.photo and Photo S1 returned to- Here they met the challenge of the street.: should we answer it? COUGH LOZENGES J

: BUD WILLS STUDIOS heathen, and were victorious over "My dear," said one, "your hat Jasper-I give up. Soothe throat all the !
trusted the Lord.I. your way
:ron: Crescent Road. Charleston 2, W. Va. them as they is becoming- Joan-Just say, "Hi, Finance!I" down-far below the gargle line. :''i y
God's Promise Fulfilled (2:6): And as the other began to purr, : Each F & F Lozenge gives your :; ,
DOLLS The Lord had promised the landto she continued: "-quite a meansof No Doubt Now! throat a 15 minute soothing, comforting :
them as they went in and pos- identification, isn't it?" : treatment.Used by millions : '
FOREIGN AND ANTIOUE.DOLLS. He There's no doubt about it! Nu- : for coughs, throat irritations or :
Send stamp for list. I also buy old dolls In sessed it by faith in Him.
any condition. DOLL SHOP. 5212 South fully kept that promise in the meas- All husbands are alike, but Maid Margarine has a finer, fresh- : hoarseness resulting from colds or :
Troy Street. Chicago 32. Ill. churned flavor. It's the Table : smoking. Only lot box. :.
different faces
ure that they believed Him. They they have so you I
SONGS"Put never did take the whole land, but can tell them apart. Grade margarine made espe-
that was because of their failure, cially for use on the table.-Adv. : -.eJ
Your Lovin' in the Groove" catchy Longer Short .
not God's.The .
rhythmic attractive titled copy 35c.Artists' .
prof copies; postpaid free. Rudolph Song story speaks to us. God has "Can you take this letter in shorthand J ..1,
Publications Box 24G2. Phoenix. Arizona. provided a rich inheritance for the ?" harassed employer asked a new :.' .:.'.

believer in Christ, but it must be secretary. J
'' appropriated by faith. How much "Of' course I can,". she replied, "but

,. Buy WalL tB have we taken out of the richeswe that way it takes me longer. HOW TO "KNOW" ASPIRIN

have in Christ? Some folks believe honesty is Just be sure to ask for St. Joseph
Aspirin. There's faster,
none none
We are also reminded of the absolute the best policy after they have. stronger.Why pay more?World's largest
faithfulness of God. There is been caught trying the others. seller at 10 Demand St.Joseph Aspirin.

little in this world in which we may
Constipation
repose complete confidence,' but we
may and should trust God. He has

is the cause of never failed anyone, and He will \
not fail us.

II. Man's Promise Broken (2:7: I

c..: Much SufferingConstipation 11, 12). i I .
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The people had solemnly prom- -

.1-.. may cause no symp- ised to keep God's commandmentssee -
toms for a long time, but unless corrected ( last week's lesson). That prom- : A MESSAGE TO !
i. will finally impair the health. ise they had renewed in responseto
Symptoms associated with advanc-
." ing constipation are loss of appetite, Joshua's farewell challenge (see
; heavily coated tongue, tired feeling Josh. 24:20, 21). They kept their
and mental depression. Headache, word only as long as, those who
dizziness, anemia, and skin disturbances -
, tf, such sis acne,are commonly ex- remembered Joshua were alive, AMERICA ABOUT
"
perienced. In severe cases, neuralgiaand and then they, "forsook the Lord. "
joint pains occur. Indigestion, This faIl Israelhasits counterpart !
with formation and colic, and ?
gas ;
G _. piles and fissures frequently add to in what' taking place in our
:.,' the discomforts of severe chronic land today. The great mass of decent .
r... cases. people in America were rearedin AMERICAN SOIL .
No matter how many other medicines Christian homes. They know whatis
you may have tried for constipation .
l f we urge you to try B-L right, and they' live on the spir-
J PREPARATION, with the understanding itual and moral momentum received \ I
t that B-L PREPARATIONmust from their godly parents.The .
bring you satisfactory resultsor
your money back. Caution: Use next generation now com- \ I
' only as directed.-Adv. ing into power, without the benefit npHE SOIL is the very foundation Representative, his County Agricultural

of spiritual training in the home JL of American prosperity and Agent or his Vocational I
and church forsaking the Lord
FOR QUICK and following, are other gods, the gods progress. Our independence and Agriculture Teacher.The land that .
:
< :RFLlFtJrii: of pleasure, of money, of lust. our opportunities are deeply rootedin each farmer cultivates is a,national

III. God's Plan of Deliverance it. heritage. It should be passed on to i

';,. A Soothing SA Iv IE (2:18, 19). the next generation better than it :
ANTISEPTIC One would have thought that God
:Used by thousands with satisfactory re-i would :give up a people so set on For years, people thought our came to him. That is a trust which i
',', suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredi '
soil inexhaustible. New land
I.! ents. Get Carboil at drug stores or write sinning, but He did not. He pro- was each man assumes when he makes
.' Spurlock-Ncal Co., Nashville, Tenn. vided deliverance for Israel. That 'was plentiful. New farms could be his living from the soil.

t::, gives us courage, for ,we know that carved out of the wilderness
- He has not given us up, but has
,
Firestone believes that soil
I cheaper and easier than old farms con
Christ
provided in a sure deliverance ,
" ft Famous to relieve MONTHLY -if America will but turn to i I .could be maintained. So when a servation is fundamental to the

.'. 'Fi.,.:}s Him. 1 welfare of and its
f LE ;> I farm lost its fertility, the farmer our country
.
[TSj VfI
.' t.dt: : For Israel's deliverance God .
pro- I :and his moved people. We believe soil conservation
family simply to a
, 2, VlUHiJ len ..::7 ; vided judges, who were not only
;' liVdm EnlJl 'N. of land. is everybody's business. Thatis
I" judicial, but, in 'fact, primarily ad- new piece
: (Also Fine Stomachic Tonic!) ministrative in their work.It I why we are conducting extensive

i" ', Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- is interesting* note that God it is different experiments the 141-year-old
:. pound Is famous to relieve not only I Today, a story. on :
y.' monthly pain but also accompanying works through men. Some of these : (Most of the good land has been Firestone Homestead Farm near '
I ,
nervous tired hlghstrung feelings judges were great men. Others ,
...'.. \9hen turbances.due to Taken functional regularly-it periodic helps dis were just ordinary men. But each cleared and is being farmed. Whena Columbiana, Ohio, where our

., build up resistance against such dis in his appointed place, at the appointed farm loses its productive capacity, founder, Harvey S. Firestone, was :

tress.! Follow PInkham's label Compound directions.helps Try it nature time, was God's man. there may not be any place to born. That is why we are sponsoring

q 4dtrv plnr' 6amtG'c God is looking for men today move. And the nation's supply of soil conservation contests )
,
(.I. who will serve Him. He wants brilliant =
-:.- capable men, but He also food and fiber is reduced. That'is through the 4-H Clubs, cooperating -

,. calls the ordinary, everyday vari- why soil conservation has become with the Future Farmers of

: 1 5Ctl ety, and as they are faithful, He so vitally important. America and, promoting the 1
=. blesses them. Has He called ?
ralvtl'IOF you
? exchange of ideas through the :
Have you responded
More than one hundred million Firestone Champion Farmers
WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY IV. God's Presence and Power i
(6:11-16): acres of land have been seriously Association.We I

WNU-7 15-45 Israel had long been under the op- damaged by wind, water erosion,
pression of the Midianites who I
incorrect and have also recently publisheda
would sweep over the land and steal] farming practices
" :. their crops and their flocks.: Israel! other causes. Each year millions of new booklet on soil conservation I

l.:: finally turned to God for help, and, acres more are being damaged, entitled,"Our Native Land,a Trustto 1
,He met their need by calling Gideonas Keep," which you may obtain I
beyond redemption.Soil .
the fifth of the judges. some
f: Help Them Cleanse the Blood without cost. Simply send your I
of Harmful Body Waste God knows better than to call an
f to the Firestone Farm
y. Your kidneys are constantly filtering idle man, one who is sitting around conservation methods are request
:
.9..- waste matter sometime from the lag blood in their stream.But waiting for opportunity to knock. efficient, effective and easy to Service Bureau, Akron, Ohio. I I
kidneys act as Nature intended-fail workdonot to remove He seeks out the busy person and practice. Contour farming feel .sure that you will find this
' terracing
Impurities that it retained may gives him more to do. '
! poison the system and upset the whole and booklet interesting and instructive.
strip-cropping fertilizing
body machinery. Gideon at once began the tear- ,
Symptoms may be nagging backache, of the heathen rotation the
persistent headache,attacks of dizziness, ing down places of crop are principal -
getting up nights, swelling, puffincss worship in his own community. It methods used. Every farmer
f.'" under the eyes-a feeling of nervous can W ,
:" anxiety and loss of pep and strength. was the hardest place to start. It .I,
Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder always is. But the one whose lightis get complete information and

:..' too frequent are sometimes urination.burning, scanty or to shine afar must see that it specific recommendations from his ChairmanThe I

treatment There should is wiser be no than doubt neglect.that prompt Us* shines brightest at home. local_Soil Conservation Service Firestone Tire &. Rubber Co.
Doan'M Pillt.Doan'i have been winning The humility of Gideon as he I
new They friends have for a nation-wide more than forty reputation.yean. looked at himself (v. 15) is com- ,

.. Arc recommended by grateful peopU th* mendable. But note that he did
,' country over tat your neighbor not permit it to shut the door of 4

faith, as he believed God and did f.
TTtiK mighty exploits for Him. Don't trust

yourself, but do trust God! IJ I

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FOUR THE CLBWISTON NEWS
FRIDAY.. APRIL 27., 1945

The Clewitton News distance these, parcels must be 1 several efforts I
he had been
able
to
t.--: '(e(+;..--o.y.-ooHX"''' a coral reef with water only four
transported and the handling and take off 27 pounds ot weight and I feet deep. Said his tank made it.

storage they must undergo, it is i had passed his examinations for instruction alright but his first turn on the-
Florida Published,' by every the Friday CLEWISTON In Cletriston NEWS,, absolutely necessary that all articles With as a liason pilot. So Bob I beach broke a track which had to
'nc. is now -Sheppard Field, Texas, for be fixed. Luckily there was no
for overseas be packed in I i this special training and its quite heavy' shellfire. t'
boxes of metal: wood solid fiber- likely that heT get his wish for \
an He mentions the cold and
again
Entered as second class mall matter : \ '
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In board, or strong double-faced cor- Our ocean voyage. says that he sleeps in his hammock I
Clewiston Florida, under the Act of rugated fiberboard testing at least Boys :
March 3, 1897. with two suits of clothes and his: ,
200 pounds. Nick Shiffli, a gunnery instructor blanket plus a goat-hair Jap blan- '
Each box should be securely tied t in theService : for the U. S. Navy, at Miami, was ket. "Everyone" he says, "has fleas i iI
CARR SETTLE, Publisher with strong cord, preferably by four I, up for the week-end with friends but mine don't bite. They just
Subscription Hnle-f.2.50 Per Year separate pieces, two lengthwise and i in Clewiston. 'I tickle at night. He describes the
Advertising Hnten On Application. two crosswise, knotted at crossings. /JJ.! "I natives and th-iir pigpens and goat- I
Sealing the flaps with gummed tape tr Lewis Blount, who recently passed .,herds and says that they're enjoying
where they meet strengthens the his entrance examinations for the:the i pork, chicken and fresh vegetables .
Devoted to the advancement and welfare box but the use of such tape alongIs Navy and was awaiting call, was _'I''I'i ,\
of Clewlsten and Hendry County. not satisfactory since the tape summoned to Miami Sunday and was .

loosens if the boxes become wet or ; .;. NM.- 1. sent Tuesday to Atlanta for training ': Lt. Ed Ward finally arrived homeon
exposed to moist atmosphere.Boxes without even getting a chance Tuesday and although we haven't

NATIONAL EDITORIALSSOCIATIQ I should contain sufficient Not so long :igo Sgt. Jimmy Wynn to come home.* .. I,I had a chance to see him as yet we
cushioning material so that the con- wrote his parents, Mr. and Mrs A. I i are I told that he is looking swell and
I tents will be tightly packed to prevent P. Wynn, that he was sending home Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Torbert have is mighty happy to be home. He'!!
any rattling or loosening of the some maps for them to see and asked received word that their son, Pfc.'I' be here for several weeks, we hope,
articles within the parcels. Unless that they also contact us and let Alonzo Ross' Torbert, has left the and everyone will be anxious toi
completely .packed and tightly filled, us have a look at them. They were States for the Pacific Theatre of i i hear his story. if and when he is '
boxes are apt to be crushed. several weeks etting. here but arrive Operations. He is in the Army able to tell it
Quartermaster
Judging from the weather of the The War Production Board has they did and vre had a chance to sit Corps.. .
past few days, summer will be a Ut- approved the manufacture of boxes down and look them over this week. e Pvt. Marty Waldron is home on I
'10 f. 4 inchesin One is Two very interesting letters, have a ten-day furlough after completion '
tle early this year. ; approximately by by of the maps simply an been ...
size, which will be of greater ordinary map of the French area submitted to us this week from of his infantry' training at Camp \ .
Cpl. W. 0. Winn, one; of them to I I Robinson, Ark. His next stop after
Someone calis it the Berlin World strength and will permit more com- through. which Jimmy's outfit moved -
Series-the Yanks .md the Reds. pact packing within the 5 pound after the breakthrough:: in France. Mrs. Christine Wolff and the otherto this furlough will be Fort George
Our impression is that the Reds holda weight limit that the containers Another shows the route followedby his mother, Mrs. A. H. King. It's Meade, Md., and one doesn't take a
decisive lead at this stage of the previously approved.It the XIX Corps of which his 2nd impossible to get everything out of keen student of army routine to
Armored Division is and these letters without reprinting both figure out what the next move will
series. is also desirable that all fiber- a part a
I for line is .
every
interesting.Owen
board boxes be securely wrapped' third shows the travels of the Sec- be. .
The' San Francisco parley is now in heavy paper, if available, which ond Armored from its landing in ,- one of Undo Sam's fight-I i 9 *
on to see" whether nations which materially strengthens the boxes. North Africa up to October 15 whenit ing Marines, was not in S-Sgt. C. F. Mountain returned taI
have united for war can forget their I The boxes should be tied as above played a vital part in the sur- Iwo Jima scrap"but did get in on the I Clewiston the first of the week after-

national selfishness enough ,to unite I suggested, before and after applying rounding of Aachen, the first large Okinawa landing on Easter Sunday'I obtaining his medical discharge ....
for a lasting peace. .the heavy paper wrapper. Seal- German town to fall to the Yanks. and at the time his letters were 'from the army. He has been in a
ed boxes should bear the printed Probably the most complete map written his division had had It pret-i hospital at Winfield, Mo., for the
The fly situation here: during the Ii I'inscription authorizing opening for of the group is that of the XIX ty easy (since then there has been 1 past nine months for treatment of

past few days has passed being a l I I postal inspection. Corps for it shows the route followed some very tough action.) J j I an ulcerated stomach and regrets
nuisance and is becoming a menace. and prints in some pertinent In describing the country Owen. that he spent almost three years in
should exerciser to
Care be see
It is to be hoped that steps will he J I|,r that all parcels are clearly and details concerning their activities at says: "This Is all rural country with I I service without being able to get
taken very stortly to eliminate ; I each town of consequence On the lots of "crummy" villages scattered across and into action He expectsto
j i definitely addressed, the complete
these "pests.The I address back of the map is printed a com- about. The roads are all very nar- resume his old job with the sugar-
and I accurate Army or Navy
I plete history of the Corps from row and the terrain i?' all terraced corporation thi: first of the week
i being used, ard it is highly de-
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entire country is awaitisg'VE contain- Cherbourg to Germany. The XIXth into small gardens because of so
sirable that slips of paper
day for a gigantic celebration. j ing the names and addresses of the is made up of the 2Sth, 29th and many rolling hills The towns were The ladies are not the only ones:
We're, sticking out our necks to say j: sender and addressee and a list of 30th Infantry Divisions and the ,: all blown to pieces and burned but waiting for the return of nylon.
that we don't believe there will be j I the contents be inclosed in the par- Second Armored. Both Jimmy and they were pretty filthy. The peo- Paint brush manufacturers have ,
ever" a formal declaration of VE day j t cels so that proper disposition of the his brother, Jack, are in the Second ple, too, are "crummy"-sleep on found nylon superior to hog-bristles
and we'll have to ana' should await j i parcels can be effected in the event Armored Division- but in different- the floor, eat on it, no screens and for brushes and will compete with I'I'I

VJ day to do our celebrating. :, the addresses. on the outside become units. the place just smells like -. Fleas I milady for tbeir share of nylon

defaced in transportation, or the The XIXth, under the commandof are numerous as are mosquitoes and I after the war, according to the Du
Have your bundle of discarded boxes become broken open and the Maj. Gen., Charles H. Corlett, at night its colder than Florida Pont Company, who perfected a.
clothing ready when the truck pass-, contents scattered It is preferablethat landed at Cherbourg on D plus 1. winters. Some place-I wanta go process for the manufacture ot a. J
es your house Monday. The suit, J the outside addresses be placed They were among the first to affecta home! !" tapered nylon bristle.
dress or coat which now hangs in I directly on the wrappers of,the boxes Breakthrough after the captureof In his letter to his mother Owen I _
your closet never to be worn again j; rather than 'on labels pasted to the St. Lo and moved southward to said that in landing they went over I IIS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAIDf
will be much appreciated by some \
since experience has shown Castilly and Barenton before head- ,
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of our allies in bomb-ravaged- coun- that the labels frequently fall off ing back northeastward ,through -
tries. I II I when subjected to moisture. France, Belgium and Holland. Noteson
I the map say they passed World
Under no circumstances should i-, '
Overseas Mailing I matches be mailed.If War I battlefields' so rapidly they Meet With The I
I had time to' notice nothing except
want sons and daughters -. '
you your
the well-kept cemeteries in which :
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(Continued from Page 1) husbands and friends to 're- lay their predecessors and though Sunday Night Crowd In The ,Luncheons75c
should be stronger than containers'used ceive their parcels in good order
: v
they saw the Eiffel Tower and a few .,\ '
for parcels which do not leave please comply with the above regu- other landmarks as they passed Beautiful'Cocktail ..
shores. Because of the great' lations.Service Buffet Dinner
our
j Paris they had to put off sight-see-.
ing trips until furloughs were ranted. -
.t..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:w:.*:..:..M..M..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :.. Between the landing- and- the $1.50 and up

arrival at Aachen this Corps cap- Lounge

tured 29,867 prisoners, shot down 6:30 to 8:00 12:00 to 2:00
55 planes, built 160 bridges (total

HeadquartersCARS length 13,356 .feet) and crossed four P.M. Fine Wines and 1'. M.
major rivers, tile Vire, Seine, ,Somme
and Mouse. 2G DSC's were won by
Liquors
members of the Corps, 737 silver I
stars and 3,390 bronze stars. I I

The map showing the progress of I
the Second Armored shows that it I i. ...
'0 was organized at Fort Benning and CLEWISTON INN !

saw its first ,action when landed
near Casablanca. From there the I
V. .
progress was direct across north Where It Is Always Cool
Africa to Bizerte where they hoppedoff

All Makes for Sicily. Landing at Gila,
Sicily, they .skirted the coast west-. The Home of Good Food and Service I "
ward and northward to Palermo and
J from there wee sent to England for With A Smile
the big show.

These interesting maps, and a
TRUCKS booklet which Jimmy sent home

contain too much information to assimilate I N..:N:N:N N:..:N N N N N:N N:M N..:N N1.:N H:H:N N:N:N:N NIM:N:N:N N N:..:Ii N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:..:N:H N:N:.

GMAC BUDGET PLAN AAA REPRESENTATIVES at one time and it won'tbe
long; anyway, until the Second o=.

I CHRISTIAN CHEVROLET them Armored, up this to boys armored date will for unit want, from now-to all stands bring reports _vj j: In Ap.preciationMr. j jy


closest to Berlin and will be in the +

PHONE 87 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA forefront for the polishing off pro- y y ,

:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:.:..:..:. cess Jimmy of the and Supermen.Jack were together the :: Joe Dagorrette, our genial manager, ::j: fy '
18th of March for dinner but it'been Y

several weeks now since either .:;.: vv-ill'leave' May 1st for the summer months, returning :..:
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have been heard from. That isn't
strange for they haVf l't
stopped
November 1st.
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IF YOU long .
WISH THE enough, to write. +
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FINEST FOODTry Pvt.into Frank the Army Cox, is recently now stationedat inducted .:.z'!: On behalf of the company and Mr. Da-- I;X:

Camp Wheeler at Macon, Ga., for ,
fifteen weeks training. Anyone :2: gorrette we desire to express our grateful appreciation :

driving in that direction will
A Complete Dinner At find a passenger for Marcia says easily she's to his many friends for ,their kind I=

looking for a ride. Y
S :;:' reception and generous patronage since our :i=
THE Cpl.) Halson "Hooky" Avant
I CANEBRAKEFrom thought the war was going to end 'O X:. opening. v ,
with him still in training in the 'v: I
States with an Infantry detachment.He .

$1.25 and Up over took several the same'times training, he says over, and but :y:: We pledge our continued best efforts to :

maybe it wasn't all in vain after
SERVICE FROM 6 TO 9 O'CLOCK SHORT ORDERS all. We learn this week that he's :: provide the finest obtainable in food and drink I:f

9 TILL 11:30 been given an APO number and is Y

Contrary to rumor, the Canebrake Bar and Restaurant will probably on his way.overseas. :!: "for your enjoyment.The ::
be open the entire summer and will maintain the same service t A
always: rendered in the past. Another of those who has seen A
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oversea threats come and go is Lt. ,;
AIR CONDITIONED Bob Beardsley who has been serv- :_: Canebrake :I:

ing as aninst: :-uctor at Fort Bragg, x
N. C., ''for many* months. But 're-
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1 +:oo:..:..:+:+:..:..:..:+:..:......:..:..:..:..:..c..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:......:..HKTERSONALand ":":":+:":":o(":+:":":+:":":":":":": i:|I GM 3-C; and Mrs. Doyle Worth 1r 1-Pfc. Von Mach Enters will attract close to 500. boxers..

J, I visited a portion ,of last week !in i Baseball, boxing, basketball, track
Gainesville with relatives and over Tourney In India golf'and tennis tournaments have>

i I the weekend'in.. They I, kept American soldiers in this far-
y; SOCIETY J= will spend this week-end in Miami I away theater in touch with their
i and he will return to service Mon- ? CALCUTTA, Ind.-Pfc. Ed Von former sports activities.

4 f .( day after a two-week leave. Mach of Clewiston, Fla., was de-:,

f .(., feated in a fir t-round game in ,the Messages by teletype may be 'received -.

:_.;_.;_..;_..;_...;.._;..;_.._;..;....;..;A..;A..;. ;...;.eo....;..;....;..-;...;....;...............;...;....;...;..;....;..';...............................;.A...............,........................_.. Maude After Hare visiting, Mrs.her Jimmy mother Wynn, Mrs.returned All-American India-Burma Tennis to experiments by a plane reported in flight,by according AVIATION -;
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M. :M.: Prewitt and W. C. Owen Miss Carolyn Bryant of Bowling to her home, Cordele, Ga., tournament held in recently. NEWS magazine. Chief usefulness .

were in Miami! i Monday on business. Green is visiting friends here this on Tuesday. S-Sgt. Evelyn Hare, .- lies in substituting mechanical

week. Who spent her furlough. from Fort The tournament, sponsored by they' for manual reception while
Mrs. E. R. "Uuhlander is spendinga Benning, Ga., also left on Tuesday. Base Section No. 2 Special' Service aloft.
few days this week in Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. SUgar were S-Sgt. Leroy Hare has returned to office, attracted more than 200 en-';
I Jin West Palm Beach for the week Sebring after spending the weekend tries in the singles and doubles '

Parker Wilson of Paliokee was I end. with Mrs.. Hare. events.' The racquet meet ran off FOR RENT: Single car
I
visiting friends' here Sunday. one week on some of the finest ten-I
-- Mrs. G. iE. Etherton and Glenda fir and Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs nis courts in India, and brought together -! garage. Phone 66 or
11.V.. Bigg" is a business visitorin Sue returned Monday from a visit I Lois Ayers antI Mis. M. M. Prewitt a-galaxy of former tennis P. O. Box
; 6367. 1
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New York City this week. of several days in Miami. left Monday ,for Atlantic Beach, N. stars from bases all over India and i

C., where Mrs. Downs will '"resume ; Burma., 'i,t
,. Mrs. E. J. Smith was a week-end Mrs Ruth B. Owens is visitingher management of a resort hotel for Large crowds: of soldiers and In-J| FOR SALE 7-room

visitor in Miami. son, Thomas B. Owens, and Mrs. ,I the second season., Mrs. Prewitt !is dian tennis enthusiasts watched the| : My
--- Owens, in Tampa this. week. assisting Mrs. Downs for a few
: I American netsters, with a crowd of; completely furnished
f'" A. R. Broadfoot of Jacksonville I weeks and Mrs. Ayers.plans to stay 5,000 on hand for the finals. Brig-,},
visited friends here on Sunday Mr.' and Mrs. Frank D:, Veltri and with her through the summer. Gen. R. R. Neyland, commanding .electrically equipp e d
I -- daughter, Diane, are visiting! in !'
general of the base and former
Father S. D. Mason, of Pahoiree, this week. .. home and three lots in
Tampa Sgt and Mis.:: C. F, Mountain arrived football coach of the university (,f i

"' was a visitor here on ,Wednesday. the first of the week from Tennessee, presented the trophies. Moore. Haven. You
will
r --'- Mrs. C. H. Berner and 1\Irs" G. B. Winfield, Mo, where he has been Calcutta has become the sports
E. E. Kelly)] is spending a few days McDuffie were business visitors ;in confined in O'Reilly General Hos- j'! '
t center of the theater due to the efforts have to see this to
; this. week' in Atlanta on business.Mrs. .' West Palm Beach on Wednesday.Mrs. pital' for the past nine months. He of the special' service office)j appreciate -

l: -. .. has now been discharged from the and the sports enthusiasm of Brig- it. Mrs. M. Va-
,,:, ;: Leah Spicer was in West A. W. Sias returned from army because of a stomach disorder adier General Neyland. Next month I

,: Palm Beach Thursday West Palm Beach this week where and will return shortly to his old a theater-wide boxing tournament I laer.

-- she underwent a tonsilectomy. position with the, United States
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Mr. and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford I __ I Sugar Corporation:
returned the past week-end from a : Louis, Blount left Sunday for Miami ----- .- --
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: week's vacation at Islamorado.Mrs. to begin his enlistment_ in the I MRS THOMAS: HAS CIRCLE r q- For ,

U. S. Navy. He left Miami Tuesdayfor ,MEETING OX. TUESDAY'The \
l11".. joe Garcia of Moore Haven Atlanta. THRIFTYShoppers
has resumed her position in the filing I Agnes Graham Circle, of the 1

department at the Sugar Office. Nick Shiffli, a gunnery instructor First Baptist Church, met Tuesday

for the U. S. Navy at Miami, spent afternoon at the' home of Mrs. M.

Mr. and Mrs Jerry. Greenbergerwere the week-end as the guest of Sherwood I A. Thomas. The meeting was open- pct sitacl in West Palm Beach for the Hall. ed with the reading of the first umr ,, ow r

'. week-end. N I chapter of Phillipians' by Mrs._ W. A.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and Montgomery, in the absence of Mrs.

Thos. E. Markette is spending a Mrs. Luella Bobbins are, spendingthis W. J. Robinson -

',. few weeks on special work for the week with relatives: in Enter- The topic of the afternoon's pro-

Army Air Forces at Laredo: Texas. prise. gram was "Freedom of The Press-

3 ---, Our Heritage." A very interesting
"
", ;y.. Mrs. L. C. Redish of DeSoto City Mr. and Mrs J. F. Morrison were reading, "Lots of Mouths," was

,;.,. is visiting her brother, Jack Waters called the fore part of the week to given by Mrs. E. M. Cornette, followed -

and ,Mrs. Waters this week Jersey Shore, Pa., by the sudden i by the reading"of current
death of Mrs. Morrison's mother.Mr. missionary events of Royal Service FORT MYERS FLORIDAMirrApianos
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Mr. and Mrs R. R. Walker visit- with all present taking part. During -

ed relatives in Wauchula over the and Mrs. Robert Rainey hadas I f the business meeting, the min-

'. week-end. their weekend guests Mr. and utes of the last meeting were read
Mrs. R. B. Rainey and'sort of Braden- and the roll was called. It was -
I that each member of the circle -
; ton. agreed .
; W. M. Jefferies, of Belle Glade,
make a sunshine bag for the I
'
-: was a business visitor here on Wed
shut-ins.
; nesday. Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and brother, '
Meeting closed with chain -
a
prayer
Cpl.
-- Merrell Lowe, who has been
for the sick and for the
:- visiting here for a short while, spent among us
remainder of the revival
Tuesday in Wost: Palm Beach.
r Mrs. Thomas served refreshments -

I :. Mr. of sandwiches, coca-cola and
and Mrs. H. J. Lehman, Mr.and .
,." Mrs. Noel Ellis and Mr. and cookies to Mrs. Cornette, Mrs. Mont- The gleeful unique styling built, into our fine
gomery, Mrs. H. J. Rcath and Mrs.
Mrs. John
end visitors T.at Cockrill West Palm were Beach week- Gordon Bembry and Sherron. MirrApianos preserves their original rich, full, musical :

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'' DAILY ;MATIMKn: iM. tones. The eye sees a small piano, but the ear hears that
NIGHT-7 Ji. !) P. M. Mrs. Josephine Cason has accepted Cadet Club Elects

SAT.3-3& sux.-:! T -COXTIX1iOUS Ufo. :M.: a position in the stenographic New OfficersAt sonorous musical tone that is possible only with adequate

department of the U. S. Sugar. Cor
string lengths and sounding board area.
'VEEIHEGIXXIXG: APRIL 29 poration. generous
t
a meeting of the Cadet Club
SUX. & MOX., APRIL 29, & 30
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Sgt. and Mrs. Tom Malone returned last week members were nominatedand
the latter part of the week the following ladies were elected The MirrApiano involves no compromise with tone

from a two weeks' to office Mrs.J.. E. Beardsley,
visit with rela- :
01' touch. The mirrored turret housing the pin plank> and
tives in Lake City and Atlanta.Lt. chairman ; Mrs. Joseph Robbins, ;

secretary-treasurer; and Mrs. Eugene tuning pin assembly becomes a traditional room expanding :
I ,; James O'Hara of Boston, Powers remains as recreation

:", ,. Mass., is visiting this week with his I chairman. The buyer for the .clubis wall decoration: ,rather than a part of the, piano.
brother Frank O'Hara and Mis. now :Mrs. '',T. A. Lewis.;
MtUNDBRiflONc. I. O'Hara. Retiring officers are Mrs. E. W
,
, I Durst as president, Mrs. Robbins :::..s'icepresident We do have a ,limited number of these fine Pianos
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E1 "'"""" At Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Oliver of \ and Mrs. Beardsley

t; ;,:'. IK M MARCH or TIME Zellwood iston, announce, former'the residents recent of birth Clew-ofa I as secretary-treasurer. available for immediate delivery. Also some nice, thor- 1
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I. 3 r. MEMO: TO BRITAIN baby daughter, Annice Marie. I Garden 'Club Hears oughly. reconditioned "shipped in" uprights..

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, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lovvorn, District PresidentThe !
Miss Edythe Nell Cornette, Mrs. J. ALL FULLY GUARANTEED : -. TERMS IF DESIRED

: SPECIAL NEWS K. Rogers and Miss Grace Knigat ClewisU.n-Garden- Club held i

; :, were visitors in West Palm Beach its monthly meeting Thursday after-

f', PRE-3. 1t00SE 'iLT'S Thursday.Mrs. noon at Community Center, and
: heard an excellent speech by :Mrs. Brubaker Music Company
FUNERAL Curtis Thompson has returned A'nna Bates Leech, president of the
from Zellwood where she was sixth district of garden clubs. The

, ; called by the illness] and death of entire program under the auspicesof 206-08 Datura St. Phone 3175
TUES. & WED., :MAY 1 & 2 her mother, Mrs. G. W. Metcalf
last :Mrs. W. L. Lott, was devoted to
I DOLIJLE FEATURE PROGRAM week.J. Mrs. Leech's t"lk regarding the WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.

; $ r 1938 pilgrimage, to Holland, sponsored -
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EDWARD G. Smith of the State '
Depart- by the New York Horticultural -
1.;. RBIllSJr ment of Education itinerant teacher ; Society. Mis Leech elaboratedon

r- &:. ,r r% WARNER HIT! trainer and district supervisor for the bulb cheese, and diamond "
J 't1;: -h the War Foods Production Training, cutting industries of the country,

r 'jJ"f. 7\' < ',"....:..;., '" I was a visitor here Thursday night. and pointed out the interesting fact
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... v: :Y._ that Holland enjoyed a. fifty year
HAWKS'' Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Thomas, Sr., I rule with a war under the reign of Surf Cottages
icw n HOWARD 4"oSIlI' spent
Wednesday and
C'r Thursday ;n Queen Wilhelmina. Original Dutch
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Miami. Their son, M. A. Thomas
costumes were exhibited and modelled -
,t f" :. !- BUYIf! : fli On In Lobby Sale Jr., and Mrs. Thomas' of Miami by members of the club.
announce the birth
of a son, Montague Members
,"' present were Mrs. U. T. I
( "Tahiti Nights" Ashton, III. on Wednesday.Pvt. Koch, Mrs.\ R. C. Nowling, Mrs. F.

-with- Deane Duff, MJS. N. V. S. Mumford, 9 MILES NORTH OF PALM BEACH

JIXX FALKE X1JE lid Marty Waldron who has been Mrs. Bishop, M;s. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. .
HIGHWAY NO. 1
t. stationed at Camp Robinson, Ark., E. C.. Mills, Mrs. C. M. Pirkle Mrs.
, ; .- THUItS. & FKI., MAY :SJ & 4 for his infantrv training, is home Gene Powers: Mrs Paul Bartz, Mrs. .
for a ten-day leave and will reportto Carl Long, Mrj.; V. F. Reames and
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A.i "LAURA" Fort
George Mead, Md.
t guests, Mrs. Foster Crampton, and ,
-'r -with Mrs. John E. Taylor of Stuart, whois
I.' Spend vacation: at local beach resort. One
Lt. and Mrs. Edwin your ; your
: Gene Tierney Dana Andrews O. Ward arrived on the State Board Nominating
r ALSO CARTOON from Miami Tuesday after- Committee o' Garden Clubs, who accompanied and two room efficiency cottages Hotel Rooms -
noon, his first visit home since his
Mrs. Leech Clewiston.
to
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i Latest World News: With New recent releas from Dining Room -:-- Cocktail Lounge.
a German
Prior the
to meeting, the presi-
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President of United States
..... prison camp. He expects to be at dent of the local club, Mrs. Ralph
'."-. SATURDAY, :MAY 5TH home until the middle of May. M. Bishop, entertained the executive SUMMER SEASON STARTS JUNE 1.
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Swayne are officers of the club at luncheonat
', "PILOT NO. 5" the parents of
a baby son born April the Inn in honor of Mrs. Leech.
-with- 12 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Those present were Mrs. Taylor, For Reservations
j Franchot Tone-Marsha. Hunt West'Palm Beach. The baby weighed Mrs. F L. f'iwart. Mrs. F. Deane

'" Afro1Cartoon birth seven and pounds has eleven ounces at Duff, :Irs. j: W Ezelle, :Mrs. E. E. Write 623 30th Street Call 8940
t. been named William Kelly :Mrs.: W. L, Lott, Mrs. G. 13.
"BAT > X" NO.
13 Kennen. Mr.
Swayne brought his Rackstraw. MJS. H R. Hall and Mrs. WEST PALM\ BEACH
wife and son home the first of this R C._ Nowling. Corsages were pre-

, week from the hospital. I sented to those at the luncheon Ii'l'""""
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Stage-Struck Girls So Bad .t. (u 'I

of Thought Won Fame FortuneIn ASK ME ??
They 1 A quiz with answers offering ?

OBEDIENCE, we may re 1893, four stage-struck sisters information various ?
on subjects
a part of religion AN(J TilER. "
and therefore an elementof from an Iowa farm, ranging in uaoa
but love which in- age from 17 to 22, appeared in a hhhMC' hohhoMMMhhMhhrt hhP.hhhhhhMhhhhhhhoh :
peace;
sketch of their own composition on
cludes obedience is the whole.- w_ oN The
,an amateur program in Cedar Questions The, Answers
Sewell.If .
George Rapids which started them on the 1. Was the sun god or the war 1. The sun god. Early. man was
you have built castles in the most fantastic career in American god the first to be worshipped? peaceful.

air, your work need not be lost. theatrical history, says Collier's. Washington, D. C. 2. What detective inauguratedthe 2. Allan Pinkerton inauguratedthe

Now put the foundations Being so incredibly cad and lu- ARMY DISCHARGE CREDITS federal secret service? federal secret service.

under them.-Osa Johnson. dicrous that they required a wire Here is how the army will deter- 3. Did London bridge ever fall 3. Yes, in 1091. A storm carried!

'A little health, a little wealth screen to'protect themselvesfrom mine what men are to be dischargedafter down? it away. .
A little house and freedom; thrown vegetables' the girls the war in Europe is over. Special 4. What is the shortest distance 4.: Five miles. Between Little I
.
With some few friends for certain played in the' Middle West until forms have been quietly sent to between the United States and Diomede island (U. S.') and Big! ... "

ends 1896, when their "reversed fame" commanding officers in all theatres. Russia? Diomede island (Russian) in Ber-I|
But little cause to need 'em. won them a l,000-a-week contract' They are to be distributed to the 5. Hipparchus and Ptolemy of ing strait, midway between Alaska;

Wisdom is knowing what to on Broadway. Seven years later, G.I.s who will fill them out, try to the ancient world were its greatest and Siberia.
do next; virtue is doing it.- the Cherry Sisters returned to their figure out the number of credits they what? 5. Astronomers.
David Starr Jordan.SNAPPY farm life-with. a fortune of $200- have earned to give them a quick' 6. Can a rabbit run faster uphill 6. Yes, because his hind legs are;
000. return home. I than downhill? longer.onderFul .

The one thing still undecided by I

the army is the number of credits,
IS GETTING UP NIGHTS necessary for immediate release.'

FACTS This columnist is able to reveal,],

GETTING YOU DOWN? however, that: with !
ABOUT 1. All credits will be deter- Fruit

I Thousands say famous doctor'* mined as of the date the war in rCORN

discovery gives blessed relief from Europe is over. fd4ft
WJriRUBBER 2. Special credits will be given
irritation of the bladder caused by for overseas service, and over-

excess acidity in the urine seas service will mean any

service outside the continental I LAKES
Recent government tests run-down Why suffer feeling needlessly from excess from backaches acidity In, limits of the U. S., including
demonstrated that synthetic the urine? Just try DR. KILMER'S Alaska. Thousands of men who

truck tires show slower wear SWAMP medicine.SWAMP ROOT, the ROOT renowned acts fast on herbal the served in Alaska will receive "The GraIns Are Great Foods" JiItK
and less tread-cracking when kidneys to promote the flow of urine and overseas credit. Overseas serv-

operating at night than dur- relieve created troublesome by a excess practising acidity.physician Originally ice will be determined from the '" : Kellogg's Corn Flakes bring you nearly all
ing daytimo service. Atmospheric Dr. Kilmer's is a carefully blended combination day a man leaves a port of u4>, GORRh the protective food elements of the whole
temperatures were of 16 herbs, roots, vegetables, bal embarkation. grain declared essential to human nutrition. 't ..
.
sams. Absolutely nothing harsh or hablt-
given as the reason for this forming in this pure, scientific prepara- 3. Combat credit will be given f.fiu'j
difference in service. tion. Just good ingredieats that quicklyact only for those receiving the med
on the kidneys to increase the flow of
urine and ease the uncomfortable symp- al of honor, distinguished service -
like other rubber commodities,
toms of bladder irritation.
of merit silver
cross
legion ,
footwearshould be treated properly Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY
to extend serviceability. Avoid Like thousands of others you'll be glad star, distinguished flying cross,
that you did. Send name and address to soldiers' medal .bronze star air
tearing by putting on and removing Department B. Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box Wore U S. War '
_ rubber footwear carefully; wash 1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Sendat medal, purple heart or bronze onC& *
outer surfaces after each wearing; once.All druggists sell Swamp Root. service stars for battle par cl- .

dry out linings In room temperature; pation. No other awards or rib-
store in cool, dry,dark place and AT FIRST bons will be included. ;)0:' nol 0/ :lhem I
make sure to keep footwear free $ 4. Credit will be given for cJji6po6e .

from folds or wrinkles. children who are under 18 yearsof
IGNOFAOigE666- age on the day the war in r

Europe ends, but for some mys-
terious'reason the army will not

allow credits for more than I
three children. J
Cold Preparations aa directed CCC PA
?a\ This package contains a combination of minerals produced
HENRY KAISER CONCILIATESFew \'k and compounded by Nature alone with no artificial ingredients
.
nor man-made drugs. When you mix it with your.
people realize it, and shipbuilder drinking water, according to directions and drink Crazy
I Kaiser is too modest' Water day after day, you join millions who have attacked
Henry
the cause of their troubles.
Gently but surely Crazy Water
B 3i" I to admit it, but ,he was the guiding stimulates three main cleansing channels-kidney, skin
Oo I and intestinal elimination. Crazy Water brings positive
behind the
rjcJ1
genius recently signed J *' J benefits in faulty elimination the cause and aggravating
pledge for postwar industrialpeace ,.- S factor of rheumatic pains digestive orders constipation I
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just promulgated by Eric i.-'_ excess acidity, etc. Get a package of Crazy Water Crystalsat
1 1 your drug store today.
1t Johnston, president of the U. S.,

chamber of commerce, CIO Pres...
Phil Murray and AFL Pres. Bill
L'WEDTHURS.FRISAT. .IF I SO Green.

WATCH OUTThe Kaiser figured out the'scheme last
fall after seeing the terrific bitter- S
medical profession knows that ness of the election campaign. He
,
though a person may be cured of com-
mon malaria they may have it come first approached Bill Green, told him BRIAN DUNLEVY
back on them. So, if you are once more that if Green was sincere about be- speaking :
feeling tired run down have pains in
back and legs feel weak and bilhous no lieving in a 60,000,000-job program,
appetite and nervous-though chills and management needed ,assurances of In "THE MIRACLE OF MORGAN'S CREEK/' a Paramount Picture:
fever haven't struck you yet and you
have common malaria-it doesn't pay to labor peace. Green was agreeable
take any chances. Try a bottle of Oxi- Johnston agreed to call the first
dine. Oxidine is made to combat malaria
give you iron to help creation of red meeting, invited Kaiser, Murrayand
blood cells. If the first bottle doesn't Green to a hush-hush dinner in
satisfy you your money will be returned. his hotel 'suite debatedthe
Mayflower
,
Oxidine has been used for over SO years.
Get a bottle today at your drug store. entire proposal up, down and ti'ruk yK. r .y

sideways.Not .
S content with a bare state-
ment of unity and pledge of la-

bor-management peace, Kaiser
has 'now quietly proposed that

\W rot Miioa ICIES uiMiu OF the U. S. chamber of commerce,
.
the AFL and the CIO set a
7:15 a. m.(CWT); 8151.m.(EWT) .a RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO up
SUNDAY new, well financed organization d: CAA
8:15: a.m.(CWT):9:15 a.m.(EWD which can actively go
Your Favorite CBS Station about the business of contact-

ing local labor leaders and local -
- tI
business men, preaching the 0 S
gospel of cooperation on that !,
level. ) .: ,..,,
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Large Bottlell.mi iinfrwil1Small! Size 60c PETRILLO CRACKDOWN L___ :
4-CMTIOII: HE OIL M DIIUTEI'trit
Ill ODD BROS man lilt Hill.rtciif il|rlciMclEll Congress is so steamed up about
Dill CO.. lae. HUSOIflLU 4. FICHU the rambunctious practices of horn-
I I 1 r
) tooter James Caesar Petrillo, headof

the American Federation of Musicians :'
and bushy-browed John L.

ANTiSEPTICOILWHYGAW8H Lewis, mine workers' ,chief, that re-,

1arRE You MM RtTU 1 sponsible labor leaders are greatly'
worried that it may pass the Bailey

\ ( RS."GW 1u bill.This
10 would invalidate the

G"I I f agreement Petrillo won after de-
;' fying the record manufacturersand 'A {
) yak; / the government for two A dentist's dentifrice-

years, and which provides that Calox was created by a dentist for persons .

" \fl' And Fatigue Are Low-Spirited Often SymptomsOf Mood the manufacturers pay his uniona who want utmost brilliance consistent F
.\ royalty on every record made.
Constipation I with utmost gentleness.
t, Hwu It would also rule out the 10- e
For constipation take
Nature's coal Lewis cleansing.Your teeth have
cent-per-ton royalty
"I Scrupulous
: Remedy.(NR Tablets).Contains no "
f -- IJQI chemicals,no minerals,no phenol de asked after he saw Petrillo get a notably clean feel after using Calox. h'..}) """,",,,,''' .0.,
rivatives. NR Tablets differentact his. ); .o..r 1f'POWP -'$:
I different. Purely are vegetablea Even though_many of them have, 2. Calox gently cleans away surface \: ," 'i\- i i1:;.

combination of 10 vegetable Ingredients little sympathy for the Petrillo-Lewis stains, loosens mucin plaque. 'i ; "<<.",->>: p.,,..,..;*
: ? formulated over 50 : < :tJ.:; Nti
years methods, labor leaders see in Made McKesson & Robbins'' Y :" .' yt1
I, Uncoated 3a by :: ) : :,
ago. or candy coated,their ., ,.' :
< T: : '
the Bailey bill far more danger than t ': ..ti : :t.
j It doesn't pay to let bruises, action is dependable thorough, yet Bridgeport,Conn.-a laboratory with } It.%::, '>"" :*
cuts or burns go untended gentle. Get a 25i( Convincer Box. appears on the surface. For if the over 100 years' experience in making ,,', l it ,"" "
even minor ones. Play safe Caution: Take only as directed. bill becomes law, it will knock out
cleanse at once,and dress with not only Petrillo royalty setups, but fine drugs.
.Porter's Antiseptic Oil.Tl s I NR TONGHTTOMORROW ALRIGHT
old reliable stand-by. the also numerous negotiated agreements -
formula of a longexperiencedrailroad ALL-VEGETABLE LAXATIVEONE whereby employers agree to
surgeon. .is wonder- pay a small portion of their payroll
fully soothing, and tends to into health funds jointly adminis-
promote nature's healing
r Keep It on hand processes for- 'IPRTABLETSPR tered by the union and the employer.
emergency use In taking care These are used to pay sickness and
,,of minor burns,bruises,abrasions accident benefits, medical costs and IUSCUx' LAR ACHES
chafing, sunburn,non- death benefits for employes, and ,
,poisonous insect bites.Use only
as directed. Three different more and more employers are
Tired MusclesSprainsStrainsBruisesGtms -
tiff Joints*
sizes at your drugstore. WORD SUGGESTIONFOR agreeing to include contributions to

ACID INDIGESTION"Turns" these funds in their contracts with

IMPROVE.LABORATORIESJNCST.JLOUIS .... the unions. There have been no com-
MISSOURI! JMd. I plaints about these funds, but they
s ,'.1. IiR,JYE..iS oip iA _Uts' will be illegal if the Bailey bill be
t comes law.



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::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.(.., reeled by W. D. (Bill) Outman. ; invited to attend and enjoy this pre-

student Landone of, government who has long, bases been his a r n "MEMO FROM BRITAIN"American It Itr sentation of fine religious music.


Too ,Late To Classify an argument analysis In of favor its of official this agency report on of FIRST BAPTIST' CHURCH

By RUSSELL KAY operations, just published.He -., '>>" ., ,,>,,:j:..! -"....."'_ H. C. Meador-, Pastor ,

lists the following accomp- "THE SINGING CHURCH" .

'(.(..:N:..:N NNMN.:N- N:-.:..:NN N N.N:N:..:N-N N:M:1 lishments: It secured a dehydrating Sunday School,-9:45 a. m. -'
,,,,,r,,, ,;, : .ter plant for mullet; research plant
Morning -
Worship 11:00 a. m.
for recovery of fish by-products: for
too in condemning Training Union-6:45 p. m.
"Don't be hasty
vitamins, salvage of new stumpsfor I
governmental boards and bu- J Evening Worship-8:00 p. m.
:. pulp by use of ammonium nit-
Landone Prayer Service Wed., 8:00 m.
p.
writes Dr. Brown
reaus, rate as an explosive, and for 'these I A cordial
'"someof invitation is extendedto
them func-
of Winter Park, alone secured $150,000 from the
each and every one to worship
tion with amazing benefit to the Federal' government.It .
with us each Sunday at both serv-
.State and the taxpayer.
induced the Johns-Manville I
= "You won't believe it" he continues ices. For the past two weeks we
Company to switch its ramie oper- have had
"but I can point to one some exceptionally good
ations from Haiti to Florida. This
agency that in three years operation I resulted in a sale of State lands 1 services ed and many of you have join-
returnof c us in worship. We now extendto
the
lias brought taxpayer; a
totalling $60,000 and led to the sale fv ar ,
you an invitation to worship
their invest-
76.688 percent on
of a plant site for this corporation with us '
on Sundays.
ment. which promises''to net the State
The Ordinance of Baptism will be
"This bureau, at a cos't of $22- $36,000 a year. Anything that
administered at
the
evening service
: 541 a year for three years, .brought yields income. of $36,000 a year, this Sunday.
This is
i to the'S ate of Florida actual cash I he points out, can be conservatively pressive service a very im-
and are invited
you -
s investments and value& of more than estimated to be worth .$900,000 on to attend and
witness it.
$51,860,000.:" :' a basis of 4 percent.In I The
Ordinance of the Lord's'Sup-
The agency :Mr. Landone 'refers' to addition, there is'a' secured per will be
i administered at the even-
is the Florida Economic commitment for a processing plantat .
.. Advance-// ing service Sunday..
ment Council, which was the State Prison) Farm to cost
I The executive committee of the
liason office Washington to approximately $250,000Other
a
,
r W. )\I. S. will meet at the church
commitments call for
work: with both governmental agen- the develop- .... _._ Tuesday at
""---- --'- ''' 3:30: m.-
cies and private! industry in an effortto ment and planting of ramie totalling p.
influence and encourage' agricultural another $750,000. The Federal gov- boys who have been enjoying Bri'iah' hospitality have' The auxiliaries of the W. M. %Swill .

industrial, civic: development ernment has already allotted $321- 'written home their impressions of the people and the country, -especially meet as follows: Sunbeams at
the way it feels to live in constant fear of the robot bomb. Now the church Wednesday at 3:30; G.A's. .
in Tfie which 000. in cash to rush the and
Florida. project
: agency operates .
Americans at home can see a screen letter from Britain in March ofTime's at the church Wednesday, 3:45p.
in conjunction'with" the Florida the Navy has contracted to take all "Memo From Britain", which shows at firgt, hand the things m.; R. A's. at the church Thursday
State Chamber of Commerce, is di- the ramie fibre produced. been nurseries -
their boys have writing about: how goverIlL"l ni-alded: I at 7:30 .
p. m.'l
I "And single handed, he continues
------------------ '----- --- Mid-week
prodtion 'l prayer service will be-
.! ;. "the Council secured th :
McCloskey ,Shipbuilding Plant for have kept the severely rationed British people in relatively good shape I gin, at 8 p. Wednesday., Let 'us
- t Tampa, a $50.000,000 development, physicallY;Because the bombinghas destroyed large areas of London, make this a ,real prayer and thanksgiving -

that but for the work of the FEAC slum clearance and city planning is already envisioned, while the post- I service. Come luring your
p'I' oult war status of women both on the farm and in the' factory has been friends.Choir.
would have gone to another Gulf* lifted to a new importance. Out of the five years of war and sacrifice, t practice Thuisday ,at 8:00

/arfle" 'I port. the film reveals, :will come a ,new way o f life for these people. P. m. All Who will--. _fiinir' .__:: .in_ tlio u__ r-1-infi-_.._uI
"Thus find that in these
we projects -
a I are cordially invited to attend.
l rtInI alone, during the three yearsof due and tax payable. Farmers of Hendry County whoha'e : '' The Y. W. A. (missionary organization -
its operation, the FEAC securedfor
I
lwoS not already done so are asked: I for girls 5ears of age),
I {il"ff Florida a total of $51,800,000in RATIONING I to report at the office of County !I will meet Friday. 8:00: p; m. The
investment values. The total costto '
j I.
I Agent H. L. Johnson at once and' place to .be announced. All girlsin
$ the
taxpayers for the operationof
/ CALENDAR sign their work sheet/ for 1945. It this age group and single are
the
Council
during this period
I I is important that this be done without -! cordially invited:: to come.
vas only $67,623.79.
. I 1 percent of this cost Is $676.24.By MEAT, HITTER, ETC. ( further: delay?; said: Mr. John-'

:c dividing $51,860,000 by $676.24, Book four red stamps T5 throughX5 on. .:.'i'; I', ST. MAHGARET'S, CHURCH

we find that the values obtained are good through April 28. StampsY5 .., .. :
76.688 percent of the expenditures.And ,. Z5 ,and A"2 through D2 good ST. M.\HT1.\' ." 'r.p; )('O\L( j '. Fr. Peter -T. Rcilly, Pastor'rass '
this does not include scores of through Juno 2. Stamps E2 .I cHt'rl1. ] .r* :\ Clewiston 9:00: a. tr.. .

> other values gained for our JState through J2 good through- June 30. I., ; Pahokee 11:00'a.: .. m.

:r"1( +.. :<: vices e\ery; ; : ; ..: :Sunday at 8:30'a : 'I i --

other business July 31.CANNED. m., at Clewiston Community Ii OPA
that
any has ever i Charges Are
,
.
,- ., '
Chuich. .:
i. yielded anything like this in three FRUITS, VEGETABLES:; I "
-.' THE REV. S. D.. MASO?' ''! Dismissed
years? Book four blue stamps C2 throughG2 I | Against '

: : :: : ; : :..:..:,........:..:..,...:...:.,....:...,,...........,I No, Mr. Landone, i don't and 'I good through April 28. Stamps .;. .. .\, ,._,.,friesl. in Chh f:'<::. I
pNQ4W': :::: ::: : :: : :::::.:.:...:.:...::.=::.::.:::.:.::..:j am more than glad to present the information H2 through M2 good through June ': "1"-:. >.:;-. --__ ; Sheriff J..1. Wiggins;

; you, so kindly provide, in 2. N2 through' S2 'good through 1*' J."... "r.CLI.11'1STUCQ3IJIUNIT. .. .. ] ,
1 !_A. ..........:,.: .:.:.;.:.:.... .. my ) ,
'''::
I : : : :; )::::wrmw: : j intention or purpose to : c ndemnALL I good through July 31.SUGAR .' .. :: ": i David C":\Hancock, ;Minister, '] At a hearing held in .Tampa on
r I I ......... *
boards, bureaus and commissions i ., "*-- .*.*.-. .t"& Tuesday of last week the charges'
.
'"Was' "P wrong when I figured : : ".I"know" Uiat" inany""- are neessary Sugar stajnp 35 valid through: \I"! .. SUNDAY, "APRIL. ; ;: '1945 .t'"which had been ughr'by-the; OPA

t on a new,, car come and do perform' worthwhile June 2. Next stamp valid. .. May ''1.: .i i Sunday School, 9:45: a. m., Dr. C. ;, against Sheriff J. J. Wiggins of

service. SHOES .. '; .*" '' E. Gericke; superintendent.( ;; Glades County were thrown out of
victory Now I hear it be On the other hand '!! '
may I feel that i
a 2 Morning Worship 11CO A 'court the
Book three airplan? stamps 1, a. m. by presiding judge on the
2 or 3 years after V-Day." great many now existing are costly, and 3 good indefinitely. '. I t nursery for small children is con- grounds .of insufficient evidence.

unnecessary and a burden on the GASOLINE .. ducted by the Mothers' Club at the The general charge against

taxpayer and ought to be discontinued B6 and C6, P.7 and C7 good for Community: Center. Sheriff Wiggins was that of falsifying -

or consolidated. Col. J. M.Lee five gallons indefinitely. :15-A ""Our Prayers in 'V?.l-time" is the an application for gasoline. A

j has suggested' that many of coupons good through June 21. theme of the mlni f 'r's sermon. : similar charge against his deputy,

them could be profitably weeded out FUEL OIL .Westminster Fellowship meeting, George Saunders was also dismissed. -
I and I agree with him. '6:00 '
Old No. 4 and 5 coupons valid p m. \ ,
I am familiar<: with the exceptionally throughout current heating season. At 8:00: p. m., the choir will pre- The OPA prosecutor indicated that

fine record made by the Florida New period 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 coupons pent a program of sacred music in charges would again be pressed after
Economic Advancement Council valid. the church. The public is cordially additional evidence was obtained."

ALW, under the, _management__ ____. _.'H..of W.._ D.: ....... ---
VULUH1U emu i/uiicur wiin you,. tnat -
L any governmental agency able to
show such amazing results
deserves -
I! not only to be continued, but THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. c'

} should' have the active, support of ., ;
every official and every taxpayer.
I i iI Thanks, Mr. Landone, for your

"So I'm plenty,thankful. intelligent and constructive letter. )
t to
my Comeagain whenever you feel in- II
' 1' Gulf He clined. if
.1 man. said. stick to I
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i -
Gulfpride* and Gulflex**.

. They ought to keep me rolling Your Federal Tax: ,I I

till 'new Calendar :!.
-car day.1FOR

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GULFPRID E JOHN Contributing H. MALOY Editor, JR. j ,

:.1 1 May 10th-Withholding Tax: Tax
YOUR I
"Ii MOTOR withheld from wages during April, L I
1945, if more than $100.00 ,
i f.. An oil that's TOUGH in authorized depository. payableto 11

I{ capital letters protects May 15th Corporate income and i I I I

. against carbon and sludga I excess profits tax: Return due and I
'It one-fourth of tax payable for fiscal

l year ended February 28th, 1945. I'
GULFLEX One-fourth of tax payable for fiscal a

years ended My 31st; August 31st J ,,

! FOR YOUR CHASSIS and November, 1945. ,
Personal income tax: Return due I ,

Knocks out friction at up and tax payable for fiscal year ended I

to 39 vital chassis points! February 28th, 1945. I'e'I Sri' I
Non-Resident Income tax :
: returnsof "
; Protection plus! ,
, i
aliens, foreign, partnerships and
1. corporations due and one-fourth' ,,
tax payable for fiscal year, ended a/e." :

, 'r November 30th, 1944. Onefourthof
... tax payable for fiscal years ended "Judge,remember that place up in the moun- "Sounds sort of reminiscent, doesn't it,
' ,' February 29th. May 31st and Au- II tains where we went trout fishing last year?" Judge 1""Exactly '

:I <' ,F gust 31st, 1944.Partnerships "I sure do, George. We had a great time and it's not hard to figure out.

; : ;" : Returns due for up there, didn't we?" As soon as the distillers stopped making

"; i fiscal year ended February 28th, : "I'll never forget it. But this will interest whiskey and devoted their entire facilities to

1945 i.i, you, Judge. I heard just yesterday that the the production of industrial alcohol for the
Fiduciaries: Return due and one- revenue men raided a big still right near Government. the racketeers muscled in
fourth of tax for
payable fiscal
year : there. Guess that's where all that high- again."

fourth ended of February 28th, 1945. One- .I : priced moonshine we heard about has been. "I hate to think of how that might have
lifet' tax payable for fiscal
,
'r6i:tHe ended May: 31st,. August 31st years and : coming from." spread, Judge, if the Government hadn'tfound '

November 30th, 1944. "Wouldn't be'a bit surprised. I saw in the it possible, without, interfering with

Exempt Corporations: Inform i paper the other day where the Governmenthas our war effort In any way, to permit a

ofOU/'Ce7P tion return on Form 990 due from raided thousands. of such stills duringthe short resumption' of legal whiskey produc-

l certain corporations with account- j' past year." tion recently

' i GII/i7 ing periods ended December 31st, ,
i-fJ 1944. t l'1

Excise Taxes: Miscellaneous and This ad rlTii"runl sponsored by Conftrtntt ofAUohlic Btttrogt InJustriu, Inc.

monthly return taxes for April, 194,
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RJGMT ., T'-.,. THE CLEWISTO.V NEWS Fim\V, APIMLT37, 1DI5;


'"The Ahead" This machine :s used In processingthe stated above.llr. 'the 1911 session the Hoard of Supervisors -!I I same may be examined at the said
Road tomatoes to make juice and also I Sharpe atates'that' this is the of the South Florida Conservancy office: that the Board or Supervisors
District has caused to bo prepared meet 10:00 A. M",
May
"To Be WeeklyiPresentation catsup. time to help save ration points by a budget of the bond requirements -!I : 31, A, 1),. 1 !5. nt the 'l'hursday.office of _
the South
find of the maintenance requirements Florida
Within the next two weeks an securing your supply of tomatoes, of the South Florida Conser- in Belle Glade Conservancy Florida, District. -
annex to the plant is expected to b6 j I tomato Juice and. catsup., VMIICV District for the year beginning from day to day thereafter as may and be
the 1st. daot November. 1945 and I I for the
purposes
completed and have installed a 5te3:111.1: i ending the 31st day of October, 1946, :. object ons and complaints concerning .
boiler, two large steam retorts for Approval IsContinied said budget among other things shows,I 1, said: budget :
An announcement from Washington I the amount of debt service tax and Dated this 6th day or April
processing cans under pressure, a I J the amount of maintenance tax per I' 1945. A. D.,
tliat'the Army, Navy,
discloses cooling vat, an exhaust pan an over- acre necessary to be levied upon the SOUTH FLORIDA
American: Red Cross and representa- head track and chain hoist to lift I ( frouj page 1) 1945.lands which within said budget District has for been the com-year I DISTnrCT.By CONSERVANCY

thes of Industry will join forces in wire baskets of hot cans. The expansion federal grant, aside from the bona pleted and presented to the Board and R. Y. PATTERSON
placed on file in the office ot the Chairman of the Board of
greaie'r :!issue in the amount of $17,908 the
is
to give Supcrvlsors,
program
radio series called "The Road Secretary of the said District and the
U
new
bond issue funds which had been set April 27! May 1.
form ot
!service' in the mass pro- j j. .
Ahead" designed .to promote better ..
I duction, and to make available aside for the construction of 'the
understanding between civilians' equipment so that better canning I cafeteria can now be used for an

and returning casualties of war. ,I methods may be used. | expansion, where necessary for the I

The series will be a regular weekly The canning facilities are open to j proposed new plant. The buildingwill Buy and ...
be of reinforced concrete and
"half-hour feature over the full Blue the public for the purpose 'of home I

J network, beginning Wednesday canning. For those who are -experienced steel construction, there being no I I War Bonds '" %- .
lumber at all In the design. Keep
May 2, 9 to 9:30 EWT. canners, the plant is a ,
The programs will originate from I place to take the Initiative and proceed Meantime validating proceedingshave ?
been started for the bond issue C. 0. Noble X t ''
hospital
a different U. S. military as usual. For the inexperienced Ly

each week, with. the opening broadcast -I who desire to can, Mrs. Dorothy' voted last week and itjs estimatedthat Head, Dept. of Agricultural Economics .- d
at least ninety days will be required -
coming direct from Walter Lowe will explain each detail In the ,
Reed Hospital, in Washington, and procedure of canning and give aid 1 j to validate the 'bonds and University of Florida 1i' sgo

the second from the Naval Medical I every way possible. | complete the. s.ile.: If money is V
available in time well as materials -
Bethesda, Maryland. Participants as
Center, The plant is operated on a cooperative -
the remodelling of the two
will be the wounded men
themselves, assisted by famous basis.!' The plant, for the present school buildings"will be done FARMERS of this Nation are machinery in good repair and to
conveniences of the canning patrons magnificent job of
a making the
most
this if delay efficient
entertainment' world. summer. However, any use. of
stars of the has a stock of tin cans on hand. essential food production duringthe labor.
"The Road Ahead" will provide a Patrons using plant are charged a-". is indicated, it is likely that this present emergency, in spite of 2. Avoid new mortgage Indebted. ,
work will be in order that
platform for the casualties to tell small operational fee of one centif deferred their great handicaps in obtainingthe ness, and reduce present indebted
the people back .home of their outlook they furnish their own cans, four', there will be facilities for the start necessary materials, equip- ness beyond the original plan, if
of the school In ment and labor. Dueto
September. machinery, practicable. Meet all
the future and to speak number 2 payments
for cents if they use plants' i i
their
determination to do a good for borrowed working
'their minds on the reception and cans and, five cents if they use I I ;!job and to favorable prices for when due. capital- ; :

treatment they hope to encounter In plants' number 3 cans. j AD\'EIt'rloiF.lUF.XT farm commodities, they are receiving .3P1ace.every dollar not utilized

vcivilian' life. The usual procedure to can is to I SOUTH FLORIDA CONSGRVANC'IDISTRICT : higher net incomes than in p maintaining; a 'healthy farm
The series also will explore other find an abandoned field of that vet- I during the twenty-year pre-war pe- business into War Bonds and plan
interest in riod. The question arises ,as to to hold on to these Bonds until
of widespread wish to harvest the J
Snatters etable can,
you TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
the wisest use to make of these they mature
until
after
situation of the vet- Take notice that t" House or the war
immediate and pursuant
the commodity, take it to the plant j
net incomes will hasten the
that
Bill No. 1122, passed by the Legislature emergency has passed. This will
'rans. Prominent among these will process it, subject to conditions of the State of Florida, during: winning of this war and at the be the best known method to help
lie ,authoritative on-the-spot reports same time assist in preventing finance the war, to help prevent .w

on the work of military medicine '1 ,,- ,- _. J ..::IIIMack's dangerous inflation during and im- inflation, and at the same time to
and on the reconditioning facilities mediately following the war. build up the investor's financial re-
and methods employed in .Army and Farmers, like all other workerson serves for the ,post-war period.
Navy hospitals! and convalescent the home front, are not satis- You will note that no mention
Drug Store fied with merely doing well the has been 'made ,of personal con
-centers. job that is expected of them. Theyare sumption expenses. These should
Bing Crosby and Bob Hope have eagerly on the alert for other be kept down to the bare mini

been ,designated as co-chairmen of ways they may help to bring peaceat mum. Our rationing system is. a
the Hollywood program committee the earliest moment.As great aid in holding down spending
Her the project, and will appear personally I see it, the wisest use a for consumer goods but every pa-
the series, as conditions Excellent Prescription Service farmer could make of his current triotic citizen should think many 1
on
net income would be to: times before purchasing an article
permit. Hospital locations will be 1. the farm in condition
Keep to that is not an absolute ne
elected in consultation with the 7 A. M. -11 P. M. I produce to its full capacity. Thisis cessity. If War Bonds are purchased "-
staffs of Major General Norman T. extremely difficult due to short- first and with the determination -
'Kirk and Vice Admiral Ross T. Mc- ages of materials, equipment ma- of holding them to maturity -

Intire, -surgeons general of the Army PHONE 20 chinery and labor; but it is' being it will be .surprising that we
and Navy. done by all good farmers. Much can do without so many supposed
"The Road Ahead" was a year in attention must be given to keeping necessities.
U.S. Treasury D.parim.nt
preparation, and Basil O'Connor, ..
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National Chairman of the Red Cross, ---- -- -
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:in commenting on the undertaking, -

said, "In its wider aspects, the plan :! rn.

skives promise of playing a vital part ........
t"
In the liquidation of what is prov- :

'ing to be one of the gravest psychological -

problems created by the .[@ ; C.,
"
'present conflict I uirt 1LfaJM .
"One of the very necessary- jobs : \ '\
Vif today and tomorrow," said Major :
.
General Kirk, "is to bring about a ..?
greater understanding and realization -

of the problems which confront } f
/ .
Ms in the reassimilation of our 'war : :

'casualties. 'The Road Ahead' pre- : J. W rf ;

sents an informative radio program h j -., .

direct casualties from our themselves hospitals involvingthe and humanizing V U.I ': 'I.- .: :>. .

I '
the' reconditioning plans \ w v C :. 1it i, .' "
of: the Army and Navy. This program y s _a : ;
should become an important "( : I .. ... ,.;.

'factor in the building of an effective I .1 ::):
f I Gt
md productive link between the
folks back home and those who are ,.' ._ : I, 1i'' ." j -.:::'- .
'
being reconditioned."' V 'tf.'l .. :

x.4 i .. 1 ,._' '.0'.,.,,

Activity-' ; ., ,< : : ; ,' 1 ;)1

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'the new tomato juicing machine. .: ., :,'iZ. ': .i1; :j : ..\<.'.. 1 .\,.):{
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,
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toI I You Will Want .To kittenhood' companion alas did not live in an talk things over with Belcher's Air Conditioning .\' .,


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,
t Build A Home -
i
,t his beautiful coat was dull) and dirty and lifeless will have first call on Carrier Air' Conditioningequipment ".
,
t
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