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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME ;pl6-XUMBEU 34 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JMAY 4, 1945 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.5O PER YEAH

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Steps Being Taken To Fly ControlFLIES : School Children Set Pace


ARE DANGEROUS, !

i i ''Eliminate Flies In City They Typhoid CARRY AND SPREAD.' : For New War Bond Drive


Dysentery i
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0 Summer Diarrhea and even

[Worst Infestation HereIn : Hilsabeck Replaces RID TuberculosisGET OF THEM AND: DE- Churches To Hold I IVE Fourth, Seventh Grades


s Years Calls For i. Tennant On E.D.D. STROY PLACES:THEIR BREEDING- Thanksgiving I Sponsor Purchase of


All-Out EffortT I! Board of Supervisors 1. Clean up garbage ,areas. Service HereThe Field Ambulances

2. Wash and scrub garbage cans. l 1 .-

The prevalence of great numbers I 3. Keep cans covered I Although the Seventh War Loan
,
I Dewey Hilsabeck; president of the churches of the communityhave
garbage
wet in
4.
of house flies in and around Clewis- of Wrap up paper Drive does not''open officially until
Miami Post Publishing Company planned a Thanksgiving pro
ton during the past,couple of weeks, bundles. May 14 Series "E" bond sold
I I Miami, named by Governor Cald- gram to commemorate the victory in 1 every
5. Oil garbage cans and the
the worst known infestation of these of between April 9 and July 7 will be
well this week as a member the around three- Europe, when it is announced.The ,I
insects in the history ot'the community Drainage District boardof ground ansIse service will be beld'at the credited against the quota, the Blue
Everglades or
has focused, attention on, the supervisors to replace Mark R. parts old crankcase oil fuel oil First Baptist Church. If :victoryis I Star Brigade of the Clewiston school
w- necessity for taking steps to combat and one-part kerosene-spray around has already SC't to work and two
Tennant of Miami, attended his first announced before 7:00 p. m., the I.
:the menace. board Thursday freely. service will be held' at 8:00 o'clock I grades have made records, which put
meeting of the on ,,.
1 I 6. Clean stables and chicken '
On ,Tuesday night of this week un to shame the efforts of many adult
the is
but only as a spectator ,same evening. If it announced
Urs. E. L. Stewart, chairman of the]1 coops regularly-spread- ,manure in volunteer bond salesman. If they
after 8:00
at the will
service
Legislation civic committee called I the sun to dry.DESTROY continue to thereis
Garden Club set the pace, and
not be held until the
the Legislature very shortly "was, following.even-
together a representative group of ADULT FLIES BY: little doubt that they will, the
length at the meetingand
discussed at
citizens to discuss the situation ,andit 1 Swatting. ing.All churches ministers success of the Seventh War Loan
dis- of
other routine maHers were household and the
was generally agreed that a combination 2. Spraying spray. Drive is already assured for Clew-
will in
local this
posed of. J. E. Beardsley, community participate
3. Baiting-use
of circumstances were re- I : iston and Hendry County.
attended the service all members of the -
member of the board, One pint of milk NOne ; community
for the number of
f sponsible great meeting. are cordially invited to attend The fourth and seventh, grades are

! the disease-bearers and that a com .-......-- pint of water. this service.CLOTHING. the two leaders in the school at the
,! p"munitywide effort wouid have to be One ounce formalin present time and both grades have
made to destroy them. Pour into cans or saucers with
assured their sponsorship of a gov-
The city commission, meanwhile SGT. SID McGEHEE small 'chunks oi bread. ernment field ,ambulance which will

had taken 'up the subject with the 4. Repair screens. ;, SALVAGE contain a plaque with the grade

State Board of Health and asked for I 5. Use sticky paper''around the
I name. Large posters were hung on
any pamphlets or treatises dealing ESCAPES FROM NAZI house, the walls of the room with a picture

with the fly menace and suggestionsfor BRINGS IN 1,665 of the ambulance. Below it 'in a

ridding the city of them. Their PRISON ON APRIL 7 J. M. Couse Is i number of spaces were designated

reply to Commissioner R. Y. Patter LBS. IN CLEWISTON 'the various parts and costr of each.

ii' son is printed In part below. Named Commande'rI When enough bonds were: sold to pay

The United States Sugar Corporation for a part a crayon rubbed over the
Mr. and Mn. J. A. McGehee are American I
Legion
i realizing that breeding places, I I ',, white spot brings into reliefthe pic-
rejoicing over a letter from their Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, chairman'of
'I for the insects have been ture of the purchased part., When
rl'
: in clean-up work at the provided. son, S-Sgt. Sidney W.he McGehee states that from he I J. M. Couse wa elected Commander the United Nations Relief and all of these space;; have been
in which
: have already taken steps to England German prison of Clewiston Post No. 93, ,Rehabilitation drive for clothing in brought out there is enough moneyto

I larvae in these places by spraying escaped from a American Legion, at a special meet- for the ambulance. The
Clewiston announces this week thata pay
the I
and back to
7
April got
; with a mixture of heavy crude oil camp on ing held Tuesday night. at the Inn I fourth grade finished their- ambul
20. He total of 1665 gathered ,
American lines on April ex- pounds was
for the election of officers. He,
and distillate, it is reported by Dr. I ance shortly before noon Thursdayand
i W., D. Wylie, research chemist. pects to_ be home very shortly. with other new officers, will be during, the drive, was packed bya the seventh grade finished a lit-

: The State Board of Health writes Sgt. McGehee was captured mis-by I stalled at the meeting on ,June in-I II ,committee and shipped to a cen- tle earlier in the week and are now
I the Germans while on a combat '
:I as follows to Mr. Patterson: sion about the close of J. K. Rogers was elected tral collection point Thursday afternoon working to sponsor a jeep.. This
from Italy
"This will acknowledge. receipt of the in commander; Robert Goedliard, Ad; i i i group has .also provided driver for

your letter of April 27, commentingon April last year.of 1942 He and entered on November army 16 I jutant; N V. S. ,Mumford 'Chaplain Packages, of clothing, ; of every kind)'l j I their vehicle equipment' for whom

the house fly situation in Clewis- ; O. A. Jones Historian; G. B. have been comingin to the local was purchased in much the same
of last year, while serving as a mem-
ton "and requesting copies of any I Thomas and F. E. Conkling, 'ser- collection point In the Red Cross ,! way as the field ambulance.
- bulletins which have ber of a bomber crew, was shot down geants-at-arms; J. E. Beardsley andE. during the two weeks of, the I
1 we might on territory., Losing his I room I As of yesterday noon the leader in
over enemy M. Post service officers '
Cornette
r the subject.. drive but on Monday ,of" this week) sales was Erna Nelson of the i .urth",
:transferred -
crew at that time he was
"In the':"* last. two ;years,**- many, ,to a, ground crew but didnt! :li\ie A ,committee with 'CeciKJackman, hurled: liyv 'F;Robert E. aconcertedeffortwas.made.by send-,tiL'4iiL1'050.! : : ,maturity: vglue, .

''communities have been faced with it and asked to be returned to combat ,1 Conkling % ing" af truck over community to although two seventh grade t>o/sr; -"
Goedhart and J. K. Rogers
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a similar increase in house flies, resulting -'I duty. This was lone and he as make complete canvass. This collection Lafe Nelson and Robert Taylor? have
members was'named to
from the raising of large was sent from England .to Italy. A possibility investigatethe resulted in' 'a great many sold $1,700 worth maturity, value.
of obtaining '
number of chickens in residental short 'while thereafter his plane was county additional bundles being added. j Ann Preivitt of the seventh grade
and municipal aid for the hiring ofa Girl 'Scouts rode the truck to assist -:
areas. Because of the desire of again shot ,down over enemy territory sold $1,000 maturity value and has
public officials to encourage the and he was placed in a prison- service officer for the county.J. in the collection and three boysof another $1,000 bond ,old but since
1 : M. Couse was elected a dele- the school band rode the truck I
raising of chickens as a means of Danzig from which she had not collected for it ,yesterday
near camp
camp gate to the one-day convention in
mitigating the'present meat short- he escaped. with their instruments principallyto refused to take credit for the
recently .
..' Orlando on May 17 with Frank make nose and to let people!
sale.
age, this problem has been difficult. a
Sgt McGehee's letter is as fol-
.
Several municipalities have found it lows:: Conkling as alternate. know the truck was approaching. I j The others in the fourth grade

necessary to limit the number of April 24, 1945. The greater part of the collection who are selling and the amount sold

; chickens; maintained ,by any one individual Dear Mother and Dad: Lt. Ward Is Home was men's clothing, overcoats, (maturity' value) are: ,Bussie Pow

within their corporate About all I can tell you is thatI sweaters, jackets, trousers, work r ers.: $500; Iris Ann Wright, who has
{ limits On Leave To June 20 clothing, etc., but there large i I "
and to regulate sanitary con- am safe and well somewhere in was a sol five bonds, ,the largest number -

; ditions under which chicken yards. England.I -.- amount of women's and children's: ;, of sales) ,$425; Sue Cornette
must Lt. Edwin 0. Ward, who returned clothing also. There was a large
be maintained. escaped from the Germans April fbox j $300; Mary Faye Andrews, $100;;

"Since in mast Florida communities -I 7th and got behind our lines on, the home '''last week from Poland where of assorted shoes and one box', Joyce Bartz, $50; Mike McLeod, l
I the I he was held in a prison camp for entirely of fin* infant's clothing. $50 Evelyn Haven Clarie
.coming of Spring brings an' 20th. Naturally I have a long. storyto ; Hedke
i increase' in both flies and mosquitoes tell but I am not allowed to write twenty-two mouths by the Nazis and Members of Mrs. Rackstraw's' Gene Fuller Claire Jones and Janice

", many communities have em- any details. escaped when the Russians made committee who remained at the collection -! Magill $25 rach. The only other'salesman

'played one or more inspectors to inspect I There is no use of your writing their rapid sweep through that country room the various afternoonsof in the seventh grade notpreviously f
was informed Wednesday that the drive were Mrs P. M. McIntyre .
mentioned is Gene
private premises for both mosquito me here because I will be here jut Hester
and I he would be allowed additional leave Mrs Gene Powers, Mrs. C. who has sold $600 ,worth.
fly breeding. long enough for a rest and complete
\ t time at home and would not be required M. Pickle, Mrs. M, i.. Thomas, Mrs. i i
"We do not have The total for the fourth grade
: a bulletin deal- I medical check-up.. Then I expect I actual -
ing to report to the Miami Re- E. '''. Durst and Mrs. H. R. Hall. cash
with $1950 for
specifically was' the
\ fly breeding fn to be on my way home. ;
Distribution Center until June 20. Those who participated in 'the''pacl
::1 I \ seventh grade, '$3,195.
:: : Hope you are all well and expectto
genera Lt. Ward, when interviewed by a I ing of the clothing were Mrs. Rack-
see Several other
you soon. : grades have also
I I News' representative said that it straw, Mrs. C. M. Pirkle, Mrs.. G. E.
J ject a copy of which is attached All my love, sold a few bonds but they; have not
:! entitled 'The Filthy Fly.' This I SID. was impossible, as yet for him to I Etherton, W. N. Martin and E. E. as yet, made any report. .
I tell enough of his story to make it Gross.- i
1 bulletin does not meet I McGehee is the Mrs.
your ,specific Sgt. second Clew- Dorothy Walker, fourth grade
interesting but lie that he is The, children who will receive''
1 j needs and-we would not be able to iston Prisoner of War who has been says teacher, is offering a prize to the
feeling fine and certainly looks as week's passes to the Dixie Crystal ,
supply this bulletin in any large liberated, Lt. Ed Wore now being one in her grade selling the greatest
. I though he were. He also that Theatre, offered by manager U.
' quantity., home from says T'I
Poland where he escaped amount of bonds and it is probablethat
his period of Koch"'for the largest collections will
during
long imprisonment ;
"Our Bureau
of Health
'J Educa- from German imprisonment. The ( other prizes will be offered in
, tion has a '16inillimeter'sound mo- '' third known Clewiston boy who has he was not ill at any time. go to'Shirley Benbow, Helen Espen- view of the excellent showing whichIs

I tion picture film entitled "The j; been imprisoned, Lt. Morris Ford, 'I He was captured in North Africain laub and Nancy Powers' who ranked being made.
April of 1943 after in in the order named ii. the size of
:! House Fly. This film could be'loaned has not yet been heard from but being action ;' Most of the school bonds have

either to. the City of -.ClewisI friends feel confident that 'he has in that theatre about four bundles. I been sold during the past week or

I ton onto the public school for show- {been liberated in the rapid advanceof months. He was first taken .to a two and will help to raise the

s, ing to appropriate groups.. the Americans in southern Ger- I prison camp in Italy but when the r Prison Guards Still ; amount of Series "E" bonds sold by

1 "If this bureau can be of any 1 many where, his camp was located invasion of that country was made a considerable degree. Particular

i further assistance to you, please do by the Allies he was sent to the J Lead In Soft Ball 1I ; attention is being given in this
not hesitate camp in Poland and held until
. to let us know. I Revival Services liberated. I League At 3 Weeks | drive to the sale of "E" bonds and
Very truly yeurs, I I iJ the quotas are unusually hign.
Lt. Ward lias promised that he
J B. MILLER I
I I Continue At ChurchIn -- I Chairman C. V. Parkinson reportedthis
' Chief will work up some details on his experiences SoftBall
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Sanitary Engineer.! I. The third week of the Glades week that the April 30 report
; The city is planning l to put on an I South ClewistonRev. and submit them to military League closed Thursday except] from state headquarters indicated

,1 ";. inspector to check the garbage dis- authorities in an effort! to ob-I for a game between Clwiston:: High J :that about seven per cent of the .

individual garbage cans, H. R. Bagwell pastor of the tain permission to have them School and the United States Sugar; .county quota in this series bond had .

"', poultry yards, barns and other pos- Assembly of God Church in South lished but at present he is held back Corporation Friday afternoon. with been sold to the time reported then. '

, t"posal sible breeding places in and about Clewiston, stales that the revival by a long list of milit31'ydon'ts., ." some very close gamer played and Weekly reports will :be made on

the community and also has in mind I services being held at the church ------ ------- the Prison Guards still on'top in the'' ]the school l' sales and if their workis

.2 ordering the film indicated in the by the "Musical Hart -.is continuing -I Kiwanis Club Is League standings. i j any indication of what will be

letter from Mr. Miller for public ': i / through this week with great After losing to the Frison Guards ,done in this drive there will be little

I ; showing !I success and the revival will continue I Entertained At 7 to 1-for their fourth! straight loss ,reason, to worry about both "E" and

1 The uncommonly long period of through next week, closing May 13. Farm Tuesday; afternoon the Moore Ha-j (overall quotas being surpassed.
drought is believed by many to be The crowd at the service Sunday Beardsley, veix High School defeated the Clew-

! the chief reason for the prevalence I evening was said to have been the II istou town team 1 to 0 on Thurs-|'( ..

! of the flies.ciitt largest ever to attend a service in Members of the Kiwanis Club en- Community Sing
.: day.Riddle
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"; that church and much enjoyment is i joyed a picnic dinner at the Beards- Field handed the Guards I' 'Planned May 12th

SCOUT; 'CO nTTBE being derived from the, music of ley Farm Wednesday evening instead their first defeat Thursday by a J ,

" TO MEET MONDAY :NIGHT Doyle, Norma, Bill and Jo Hart. of the customary weekly meet- score of 3 to 1 but lost on Tuesdayto ,

I Everyone is. cordially invited to ing. Clewiston High 17 to 4. In this' Announcement Is made 'of anotherIn

t Announcement is, made that there attend any or all of the remaining The delicious dinner, except for game Johnny Sullivan hit a home-, j a series of community sings to beheld

I will be an important meeting of the services during the revival. -. condiments and bread, was all produced run with the bases loaded and Russ ]! at the garland Park Audi- '

1 Ii Girl ,Scout sponsoring committee ,in Should V-E Day arrive during the, on the Beardsley Farm, from Owens hit one with two on. I 1 torium on Friday night of next week,

the decision Library Monday evening revival the congregation of. this, the meat course through dessert. The standings, including Thurs- May] : 12. T. L. Driggers will lead the

at 8:15. All members of this church will hold its own victory There were about thirty membersin day's games, are as follows: I singing and Mrs Christine Doty will

committee? !. a urged to attend. service, Rev. Bagwell announces., attendance. I (Continued on Page 5) I ]be the pianist.

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WAGE TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1045


I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH' By request we are beginning the]I RATIONING I'good for ten _gallons per unit, con-
H.. G. Mendor, Pastor study of Second Corinthians. The i tinue valid throughout the country
first chapter will be considered next, CALENDAR |\ for the rest of the heating year.
"THE SINGING CHURCH" Wednesday night. Bring your Bibles \ SHOES

Sunday School-9:45 a. m. and let us get the blessings) that MEAT, liUTTER, ETC. I[ Airplane stamps Nos. 1, 2, 3, in .I
Morning' Worship-11:00: a. in. I await us in this study. Bring your Book Three continue valid indeflni-
friends-Jet us make this a real Red Stamps-Y.5 Z5 and A2 tely.
Union-6:45: p. m. ; II !
Training
profitable senice. through D2 expire June 2 ; F2 .
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Worshp.--800 m.
Evening p. through J2 expire June 30 K2 '
Prayer Service Wed., 8:00: p. m. Choir practice 8 p. m., Tliursaay. ; I Miss Nancy Stilley, 17 year old
through P2 expire July 31 ; Q2
A very cordial invitation is .extended Let all singers! be present._ j through U2 will be validated May I Winter Haven high school girl, was

to all !111 the community to Home Coming Day will be ob-{ 1, expire August 31.PROCESSED. crowned Florida Gardenia Queen at
worship with us each Sunday. You served in our church May 20th and FOODS the Annual Gardenia Festival held
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will enjoy the singing and worship. this should be a great day in the life Blue Stamps-H2 through M2 expire lat I Beautiful Cypress Gardens.BOOKKEEPING .
A very friendly atmosphere waits to of our church. There will be out-of- I
I June 2; N2 through S2 expire
greet you and make you feel perfectly I town speakers for all the services.A June 30 ; T2 through X2 expire I I
I at home. basket picnic dinner will be. SERVICE ,
Z2 validated
July 31; Y.2. Al, Bl, Cl I
Business and program. meeting of spread at tho noon hour. All offer- 1 31. .
May expire August SystemsSuper: 'ision
\ I the WMS will begin at 3:30: Tuesday -1 lags of the day will: go to the building -I .SVG AH. Financial Statements< -Reports S r

I at the church. All ladies are I fund. Looking forward to postwar Stamp No. 35 expires June 2. For. Details Write
: : requested to be present. |I expansion of our church facilities I Stamp No. 26 yalidated May 1 ,

The auxiliaries of the, WMS will .. expires August 31.FUEL. O. O. CRAZIER I'I
\ I meet- as follows: Sunbeams at the OIL Box 1317 Clewistou

church Wednesday, 3:30 p. m.; G. ST. lIARGAnETfSCHURCH l Period 1, 2, 3., 4 and 5 coupons. I

\ : I A's at the church Wednesday 3:45p. I t

m.; R. A's at the church. Thursday Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor I r

: 7:30 p. m. Mass: Clewiston 9:00 a. m.

i Prayer service begins at 8 p. m. Pahokee 11:00 a. m.. GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. i

-" i I yI G. Nottingham-, Agent i i

) I NOTICENotice Box 6327 .

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: is hereby given that the following described lands or so' much .
thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for Diston Island Drainage
District Taxes as herein set opposite to the same, together with the cost of
: such sale and advertising, will be sold at public auction on Friday, the first
:- day of.June A- D. 1945, at eleven o'clock: A. M., at the Court House door In theCity
Jn of; LaBelle.County of Hendry, ,State of Florida. i TAYLORSBROMO

n. N. MILLER, I
Tax Collector of Hendry County, Florida. ASPIRINHeadaches
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Johnson's Fish Camp I
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T"I I (Near Hurricane Gate)
North of 9 Mile Canal t
........____.._....__..__.___. 11 43 33 54 Essex Investment Co. _._..$148.30 I I Clewiston, Fla.
EIh of SE North of 9 .when your Boats and Motors-Guide Service
; ; Mile Canal _m..__.._.._"_"_'__ 11 43 33 30 John Doe! _.____._.._..___.... 33.54 I
1' wi of E'% of SW?; North Rates ReasonableW.
) e of 91I1e:: Canal _.._.._._._._._ 12 43 33 25 G. H. Small .._______..__...__,. 69.06 I swings work here..helping H. Johnson, Mgr.
All North of 9 Mile Canal
}) ;: & West of RD of Lots local familiesI
'th I, 2, 3D. 4B, :m _.._....___.... 7 43 34 90 Arlpeka Farms Co ._....._.._ 333.21 I responsible
I All North of 9 Mile Canal .m. Ask :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..)
& East of RD Lots 13F, I their own homes.
-" I 14B. 15, 1GB, 17B, 18C 7 43 34 31 R. E. Kurtz ...._.___............._._ 107.18 t FORTAXICABS f.
".r..w........ for complete informationClewiston I (
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I NOTICE :I: DAY AND KITE SERVICE ..;..
Notice is hereby given that the following lands or so much thereof as will
I'I't be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the same, !:*! PHONE 18FLOWERS :

*o ction together on with the first the cost day of of such June,sale A. D.and 1945 advertising, beginning will at be twelve sold at o'clock public noon au- ................................-..-.................................. ..................................
-of I' at the. City Hall of the City of Clewiston, Florida.
R. Y. PATTERSON, Tax Collector Federal
-t I I I I City of Clewiston.

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I:LOT BLOCK OWNER \ TOTAL I Cut flowers for delivery here or

j'23 _._.___________._____ 22 j. E. Beardsley, Agent _.._____....._..$ 5.40 for delivery an,where in U. S.
I I 31 ..__.___.__.__.___.___.,_ 26 j. E. Beardsley. Agent ._..._.__. 4.60 Association by wire. _
B ._- 139 c. E. "MinerJ.3VBe isley J__!. 4i60
;; st-i---------______._ _______._____. 161 Unknown ___.________.______ 2.40 :\IRS.J.J. M. FOUNTAIN, .
: 7 ,_:.._____- ____..._____.___.___.__.._ 167 j. E., Beardsley ___?__.___::.______ 5.00 Day Phone 82 Night Phone.148-W
10 _.:__.______________. 171 AmY A. Wright _._..__._____;_ 5.00 J
*o 14 ?_._____._..__.__...__._____. 172 'j. E. Beardsley .._._...__... .___...__ .__ 5.00
*of 21 & 22 __....____..:.:.....__-.._...______ 176 Ruth R. Beardsley ..._________ 14.00
24 _.__.___.__.___._...::...:-____.__ 176 Ruth R. Beardsley _...____._.._. 8.00
I 29 & 30 .____._______....__ 176 Mrs. E. A. Stone __ _... .._.....__ 8.00 ... .... .... ...... .. .... .. .. .. ........ ..
34, 35 & 36 ._.________._____..___ 176 Ruth R. Beardsley"' _._" __"___._ 13.00 : : : :-: : :-: : : :-: : V":M:M:%M: : :>%%-: :M:-:": :%fM:M:-:M: :*VM:M: : : : :%.*VM:M:M: /J :**J>

I 4 _________.______._ 190 Anna A. Boyce __.._____.__.__._.__ 6.00 t ;
1 ___ __. _____..___._.______ 202 George A. Heinz _______ 5.00 y .
I '> 17 __-__.__.._..__._.__.___..___........ 202 J. s. Schindler .___.__._.___.__ 4.40 's.
5 ____ __.____.__...______ 203 Hub Spooner _...__._______._ 65.00 2 Assembly of God j.
25 ___._ou.___..___._.._.__._.__.-.__._._._. 203 :B. O. Armstrong ___....__.?.___.._...._ 5.00 r: i
8 _.._.______..._ _.._._...___.___ 204 Marv G. Anderson __..__.__ 6.00 f
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:. 7 ____ ; 205 C. W. Stephens ...._._.___._____.? 60.00 ::: SOUTH CLEWISTON
22 _________.___.._____.___ 355 J. W. Sutphen ....__._.._.______ 1.80 _, tl
: 41 ...______..:.._____._. -_----.- 356 William A. Cahill _._ _... ._ .. L80 .s.
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"!o I Ie 4 ..._....________.___.__..:___ _: .,_ 358 J. E. Beardsley, Agent? ____..__. 4.00 ...s.I .
: I 19 _.. ___._.______...__._._ 358 J.:. A. Cad well, Estate .__..-..__.__ 6.00 :? Sunday. School ...............:...-........-.._ 10:00 A. M.
1 & 2w_..___.__..__.__...__._______ 359 John W. Hepworth.' Estate _.._......... 4.00 h
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Inventor Orville Wright J recognized I A NO TilER information on various subjects i\

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.J .f' business. By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. The Questions The,Answers
IWNUService Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. .-
"Orville, what are, you goingto Released by Western Newspaper Union. 1. What is the limit set by the 1. Seventy pounds is the limit

do with all those bones you've Lint From a Blue Serge Suit:' U. S. government for first class for first class mail.

collected?" asked a neighbor upon Just before the war, Jan Smeterlin Lesson for May 6 mail? 2. Chinese, including dialects.

noticing the boy pulling' a wagon- the eminent Polish pianist, was 2. What language is spoken by English is second.

load of the stuff.' on'a world concert tour ,and at one Lesson an Scripture texts selected more people than any other lan- 3. Balsa wood (one-half as
I "Sell it to the 'ilizer factory, and by International guage?
point visited Valdemosa on the island copyrighted heavy as cork).
I .plied young Wright. Council of Religious ,Education: used. by 3. Which is cork I
lighter
5 of Majorca, which was the permission. or 4. 138,100,874, an increase since
""Horrors! exclaimed the wom place where' Chopin, lived. Smeterlin balsa wood? i 1940 of 6,431,599.

,' an. "How can you go near the visited the monastery which was THE HEBREW MONARCHYAT 4. What is the present popula- 5. Anchors aweigh (just clearof

place? It smells awful" Chopin's home (and has since been ITS HEIGHT- tion of the United States, includ- the ground and hanging perpen-

"Doesn't bother me at all," explained -i turned into a private,- residence) ing those in the armed forces? dicularly.

the miniature ,merchant. hoping to see the piano on which LESSON TEXT-I Kings 9:1-7 26; 10:23- 5. Which is correct, anchors 6. No. It is the northern ex-

"I go there when the wind is blow- Chopin played. He was told that the 28 GOLDEN: 11:4. 11. TEXT-Blessed Is the nation away or anchors aweigh? tremity of the earth's axis which

ing toward the factory." piano was now the property of.a whose God Is the Lord.-Psalm 33:12. 6. Is there a fixed North pole? moves within a small area.

private family in Palma. Smeterlinlocated

that family and as he stoodin Keeping up with the neighbors is

1:, rapt awe looking at this box, not always a ,desirable ,thing, but Housing Project to

SNAPPY FACTSABOUT which was the instrument of the both men and nations do it. When Attract 'the Birds TRYOROL1NE

f: ,',, ': great Polish immortal, the man of the last, judge, Samuel, had becomeold lvi HAIRTONIC' -25

the house said, "Surely, Mr. Smet- Israel began to demand a king TF YOU would attract birds re-
< "P it!" like the nations round about them.
RUBBERGreater erlin,. you're going to play on member that they are discrim-

fi. ", Smeterlin replied reverently, Saul, their first king, was evidently inating tenants. Bluebirds like a FOR QwCK RELIEF
"Oh-I wouldn't think of touchingit. selected ,for his appearance and his
house with nest six inches
." physical superiority. He. began well, space
deep below entrance inch
an an
fo To which his host said, "Oh, non- in dependence upon God, but came
and half in diameter and
sense:my children bang on it, all to a tragic end because of sin. prefer a a sunny location, five they to'' A ANTISEPTICUsed Soothing S A LV E
\ Saul had his
David who followed
facilities are now the time!, ,
;:":' provided farmers for recap failings, but was,essentially a man :suits for by 40 thousands years-six'-with"satisfactory valuable ingredients. re--

i"/ ping rear tires on tractors Supreme Court Justice,"'tiugo! after God's own heart. He wantedto Get Carboil at drug stores or write
i. and other rubber-shod farm build a temple for God, but be- Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville Term.,
,/ Black is a fiend for lyonnaise pota-
I. equipment. B. F. Goodrich is toes. A new waitress at his favor- cause he was a man of war, God

E to active in this extended farm ite restaurant brought him' french decreed that his son, Solomon, who.

t rubber conservation. fries in error and told him shecouldn't succeeded him, was to build it. WIuJSufIe't?

trz-.: Industrial machinery and consumer change the order. A Our lesson opens after the remark- PLANNED THEIR TMEE1 i rot MIIOI Allis AID Mill IF

!' durable goods,such as automobiles, Washington reporter: seated near ably fine prayer with which Solomon DEMANDS t
RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
''f refrigerators and the like, use the dedicated the temple.I. .
by, asked her if.she.knew the patron '
major portion of molded and ex- was a' United States high court Dedication Accepted (9:1-3)).
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truded mechanical rubber goods sPI
God was pleased with Solomon'sintelligent
v made In the U. S. judge. and and MCNEILS
: Unimpressed, she refused to spiritual prayer -- -
?< is still the order "How the act of dedication, and He hal- : Il PATTERN
, : The Belgian Congo pro- change explaining: ALSO INCLUDES
:':: viding natural rubber for the often do they, change their decisions lowed the house of the Lord by put- DESIGNS FOR wK

t:. Allies' stockpile. Last year'sf" ?" ting His name on it and assuring ROBINS AND WRENS

output has been put at 3000 them of His continual presence.It ten feet high. Robins want a roof E S S'E DRE E(EFLarge

,,, tons, compared with 2,400 We've only used it twice before, is a delightful thing that God is but no front on their house; a high Bottled mu ktllJltlll'I-! Small Six 60c
;' tons in 1943. willing to accept at the hands of a *CWI01: D$['OUT AS D1UCTEB*
I;: but every time some contributor location and a little shade please.
t.<,. the dedication of either himselfor It Ill COOll OBOG S1WJ ir IT Hill.nceift if fri"MclEIL
:: : ,y offers it we get.the giggles and haveto man Wrens like a tiny house tucked under DAD! CO.. l lac. JACHJOIllllE 4, FLOII11
It's about his possessions for God's glory.
print it all over again. the eaves of your own dwell-
' The Lord is Maker of heaven and
, Mr. Mefoofsky and his fouryearoldson
?" earth and surely has no need of whatwe ing.The
Itzic. They' were strollingin bird house designs shown
". *5 r the park,. and ,the boy kept ask have. And yet _He does have here are planned to suit prospective Bun War Undo
need of it and is ready to use it as
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rI' ing all sorts of questions. It was tenants and their lines are so
we present it to Him.
getting on Mefoof "noyfs. pleasing that you will be proud to
Our act.of dedication results in His
.,f "Poppa," persisted Itzic, "wot act of acceptance and consecrationof make them permanent features of
kind flowers is doze?" your yard or garden. They make
our talents, our time, our money,
':: 1G! th?kCh "How should I know?" exploded or our goods for His glorious service. wonderful gifts or items to sell .N t rrr,

Mefoofsky. "Am I in the millinery too. It is easy to cut out their
: But God expects His people to con-
blznlzcar simple in of outdoor
.. tinue in devotion to Him if they are curves scraps
t-" to have His continued presence and plywood or: other lumber.

James'Gordon Bennett, (who usedto blessing.II. *

own the N. Y. Herald) had a Consecration Expected (9:4-7). NOTE-Pattern 277 gives an actual-size
tf cutting guide for all shaped parts of these
list of "don'ts" for that
reporters remainin
The throne of David was to three, bird houses and illustrated direc-
was as long as the memory of a radio the lineage Solomon as long,as tions for their construction. A list of all

comedian. Every once in ,a he and the people of Israel walked "rnaterlals Is Included. To get pattern 277,
while though the made him send 15 cents with name and address
boys uprightly before God. He expects '
direct to
f take one back. "Don't use 'patron'or obedience to His commandments, :

FAMOUS DISCOVERY! 'guest' in referring to a paying and apart from it He cannot give His.

customer at a hotel," one rule blessing. MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS

I acts fast on the kidneys went, "because you are using the Note the faithfulness of God. No Bedford. Hills New York

::. word incorrectly." 'man would ever have introduced Drawer 10 01tuia Uros PIC d
to ease painful bladder irritation The rule was changed when the Enclose 15 cents for Pattern No. 277. >r of Waraet"sec
such a note of solemn portent and scar batty blonde, fob i
:': caused by in the boys the rewrite desk ?Snow Powder
excess acidity urine on (searchingfor of warning into an occasion which Name Tooth
I other words) started to refer' to Calox
and Pros-
",' Thousands are thanking DR. KILMER'S seemed all gladness light. Address tbatshiae.
-
;.. SWAMP ROOT for helping them to remove persons who registered at hotels as perity was at its height The king, TOOjgB

1-;.,' nights"the. For cause this of needless pure herbal"getting medicine up at, "inmates." was in favor with both God and man. C A1-oX JLJggsffWED.

I> ', originally created by .a practising physician Into that picture of success and _
acts quickly to increase tho flow of Gold Be Had in
to City'sStleets
f '' urine. .helps relieve backache, run-down New Yorkers' Notebook: grandeur God paints with bold
g'" feeling, uncomfortable symptoms of The English giggling strokes a great and striking "IF." : r rI rI
bladder irritation. SWAMP. ROOT is are over for tileDiggingDigging
f.' scientific preparation. A combination of a the cook's dog at an RAFlying field. It ,is presumption to think that we

-}, carefully blended herbs, roots vegetables The canine dashed down the run- can coast along on past attainmentsor rI I Id
balsams. Absolutely nothing harsh or If to be for gold in the street
former
piety. we are I
: habit-forming when you use Dr. Kilmer's way in 'pursuit of a plane takingoff.
, s medicine. Just good ingredients that act . "Does your dog always do used and blessed of God tomorrow with penknives is not a sign of
2 fast
,< Send to bring for free you, prepaid new comfort sample! TODAY that?" a new officer asked. and the day after, we must look to lunacy in Kalgoorlie, Western I

r Like thousands of others you'll be glad The cook said yep. "Why?"' the our consecration to Him.. Australia. Prospectors walking
that, did. Send ,
you name and address to III. Possessions Glorified (9:26 through the main thoroughfare of
t', Department C. Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box officer wanted to know. ;
,f--j 1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Send "I don't know, sir," replied the 10:26-28). Hannan street sometimes notice I
I ;, at once. All druggists sell Swamp Root.. dots owner. "But what'worries me We read in 10:23 that "King Solo- gleaming patches of gold in the

f' is what he's going to do with it mon exceeded all kings of the earthin pavements and stoop to chip outpie'ces

when he catches a plane." riches and wisdom." He had with their knives.

,5 1dLSi reached the pinnacle. The Chinese The explanation given is that

\ Ivor Newton, the London pianist have a proverb, "The man who when, in 1899, municipal. coun-
; Many stands the pinnacle has nowhere '' F
i" heard a Cockney give this explanation on cil sought' a suitable mixture of n .2
o to step but off. metal and concrete they boughtore
Insects of his ,
II own courage, regarding
It need not have been a snare for ,from the Golden Zone Mineat .-THURS.-FRI.--.SAT.
on the robot bombings: "I see it like Solomon to be rich if he had main- 7:15 a. m.(CWT); 8:15 a.m.(EWT)
'r. While' the
shilling 'ton.
this. It must take the Germans a lot one a SUNDAY
1 tained his simple faith in God, but carried four of 8:15 (CWT) 9:15 (EWT) I
1 ,, Shrubs, of trouble to make the bloody things, ore pennyweights a.m. : a.ra.
j' and then they have to get them into the temptations brought in by heathen gold. to the ton, it was unprofitableto Your Fovorif CBS Station
Vegetobles whom he foolishly married
wives
it but the treadof
those pitsand up in the air, and it is recover now
deceitfulness
the of
with
coupled thousands of feet has the
and quite from worn
a long France to
way riches (Matt. 13:22), soon led him I
pavements till bits of gold in the i
London '
flowers and if they do get to Lon- 1
into the downward path.
ore have begun to show.
don, they still have to find Lime-

, I I I Tobacco 6. Chemleel By-ProduoU house, and even then, it isn't every- The almost unbelievable riches of
Carp
7f I Ineorporal.d. one who can find 37 Bulstrode road Solomon could have been used for
Leulrvllla
2 N.ntuoYyi where I live, and if they do, it's 10 to the glory of God, but instead they

1 that'I would'be down the corner in were an end in themselves.
the Pub." Solomon was soon led into the folly -
I of turning to the worship of

i Constipationis i heathen gods. Little wonder that we SPRAINS NDA STRAINSMuscular
At the home of mutual friends, find:
after the funeral of the
Archbishopof IV. Judgment Decreed ((11:4, 11). Aches and Pains Stiff Joints Bruises
the cause of Canterbury, Winston Churchill, It would seem that a man who
who was ,touched by the
prelate's
knows the Lord should grow in grace
passing, said: "Once again, the nation -
- L' and become even more intimate with Ppf iiBfeHip'iivfcii M ?iJ
MchSufferingConstipation has lost
a great churchmanand
God as he grows old. One might ex- S ILIN iKr
a great Englishman. Then, of should
pect that the passing years
may cause no'symp- in an aside, Mr. Churchill, who cred- mellow and sweeten life. But sad
0) toms for a long time, but unless corrected its his 70 years to having a drink
often not the
it is
to case.
t
will finally impair the,health. now and ,then, added: "And once say,
,' 1 Symptoms associated with advanc- again of "When Solomon was old," he went
one my good friends has
ing constipation are'loss of appetite, after false gods. How tragic! Little
heavily coated tongue, tired feeling met the untimely end of a complete
;,.- and mental depression. Headache teetotaler!" wonder that one of the saintliestmen

dizziness, anemia, and skin disturb- this writer ever knew prayed This package contains a combination of minerals produced
{', ances such as acne,are commonly ex- constantly as he went on into his F and compounded by Nature alone with no artificial Ingredients -
perienced. Tn severe cases neuralgiaand Story of the Week: The newest \ ; nor man-made drugs. When you mix it with your
joint pains occur. Indigestion General Patton eighties, "Lord, keep me from ever drinking water according to directions and drink Crazy
1,_ with gas formation and colic, and legend according to becoming a wicked'old' man." Other Water day after day. you join millions who have attacked
just-returned correspondents. the cause of their troubles. Gently but surely Crazy Water
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piles and :fissures frequently add to old men and women (yes, and all of stimulates three main cleansing channels-kidney, skin,
When the Germans
the discomforts of severe chronic cold-bloodedly us) could well pray the same pr :'er. and intestinal elimination. Crazy Water brings positive
cases. murdered Gen. Maurice Rose, Patton I P J benefits in faulty elimination, the cause and aggravating
No matter how many other medi- silent So became necessary for God to -- factor of rheumatic pains digestive orders, constipation
was strangely for
cines you may have tried for con- a long wrest the kingdom out of the hands -.r '_ excess oddity etc. Get a package of Crazy Water Crystalsat
Etipation, we urge you to try B-I time. Then he reached slowly of the great Solomon, and Israel goes I your drug store today.

:' PREPARATION, with the understanding into his jacket pocket from which he on to its history' of a people divided,'; _. _, .u_ U, ._ ,__. _
that B-L PREPARATION I ': :
removed ,, :
must'bring you satisfactory resultsor a German-English dictionary. of disobedience to God, and of ultimate ':.. : .' # :
your money back. Caution; Use . And crossed out the word I l judgment. Of that we shall i ;J ,t q Jj : r prj !itri if,

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The Clewiston New the band who made plenty of noise Petty Officer's rating., His ratingIs been in yet. / Long rolling hills, a We, again have nice quarters and
when the truck made its canvass of Chief Aeographer's Mate and ,is .patchwork of ground as, far, as the I offices. We have plenty of roomas
the community. An estimated 1500 at present a lecturer'and la training 'all different colors .- '
can see
eye we took over a beer 'parlor.
bundle'dbut Insfructors Ed They
collected and in aerology.
Florida Published, by every the Friday CLEWISTON In Clewlston NEWS,, pounds actual was weight could not be determined -J says the work is interesting. it's some squares just being cultivatedsome 'had plenty of tables and chairs so-

'nc. until shipped. Anyway It keeping. him hopping. filled with green growing I. all we had to unpack were forms ,
things-with the forests for a back- sand
for this community.No
nice bit
was a I our machines, etc. Our quarters -
Entered as second class mail matter It's a little difficult to rememberthe ground. It's really beautiful! I are in an apartment house-
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In ratings ofall our boys and sometimes took a couple of rolls of film on my I
Three
to a families
to be able put
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of one seems were living here so-
1897. the we make a mislick unintentionally .- way up but doubt if they turn out.I .
March 3 finger on any one cause" of pres- we requisitioned it. Is quite nicer '
we may assure you. was In a, jeep with the Major, Ace
and
ent fly epidemic. and it seems quite completely furnished, even to
combination. of circumstances F'rinstance when Carol Redish was and Kelly and the roads were quite radio
CARR SETTLE, Publisher likely that it is piano and victrola. Kelly and
home' on his recent leave he- was refeired rough in spots. Especially where
which is causing i the I I didn't get first choice ,so we had a,
Subscription Hate-JJ.50 Per Year prevalance of the disease-carrying to as ARM: 1-c 'and we didn't the Air Corps caught a German convoy i little trouble getting our room fix-
Rates On Application. corporation accepted know or had forgotten that he now on the road ahd, from the look ed Now
Advertising insect. The sugar 1 up. I think we have the
their part of the blame and I has a Chief Petty Officer's rating. of things, there were very few places best looking one in the house as we
I These not handed where they didn't catch one Any- '
ratings on
I is taking steps to clear up breeding are always go to a little extra trouble .
Devoted' to the advancement and welfare places around tho sugar house. If silver platters and we'd a lot rather way, I was bouncing all over the I making things a little more b -+
of Clewiston and 'Hcn ry County. I I,individuals will take the same over-rate these boys than to underrate place and taking pictures by guessat like.Ve have rugs on the floors me-,
the time. If they come out \
them. same
I steps it won't be long until the nuisance curtains on the windows, .a nice
at all will send some.
I abates. Some pertinent rules you j; closet, end tables at tho ,head of our
NATIONAL EDITORIALoil for prevention of flies are given Gus Cantrell. Jr., is now in San The German people are a little ( beds and a writing table. You
iSSOCIATION elsewhere in this issue. But there'll] Francisco where he is' learning hard to figure out. In the. first j would probably laugh at our color
be little success unltss,: everyone Yeoman duties incidental to fleet place there will be no fraternization scheme but you know things 'are a.
cooperates. work. He has been given an FPO whatever. We can't even speak to little hard to get at times so we just
--. address and will probably be sailing them, shake. hands or even look at forget about the colors. All weI -
them straight. The latter is a lit- I know is .
The Germans! are still fighting on very soon. that a table cJoth or rug or
as this is written-f'ghting' each S tIn tle exaggeration because that I do.j I curtain should be there so we just
The HouseBy other to see who will be the next to a letter to his wife, written These are all precautionary measures I get them and put them there.
surrender. There has not been and April 16, Cpl. Jimmy Holland says 'the Army is taking because some of i Haven't been around long enough
D. C. S. may not be any formal V-E day but that he is in France in a hospital recuperating them have proven not too friendly. to know whether I'm going to like -.
it won't make a whole lot of difference from wounds received in Some still believe{ in their old sys- I lit or not but I do know its one step ,
Yesterday morning the Clewiston' for there aren't many Ger-' action in Germany on April 9th. tem and, not this new; Democraticway [nearer home
News force went to school. (And nowise 1 mans left to fight and they shouldbe Three bones were broken in his foot. of living we are to teach them. j ? SANDY.
cracks from the gallery). cleaned out by the week-end if In a later letter, to his parents, Mr. .
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Mrs.' Dorothy Walker, fourth present progress continues. and Mrs. I. R. Holland, Jimmy says r-, .#'.....-...- ........
grade teacher, called us up in the I -- his souvenir hunting days are over
morning and reported, very excitedly for the present for he will have to

that her pupils had sold enough ......... spend some little tines in the hospital -
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their sponsorshipof
bonds to assure but that he is receiving the
a field ambulance and wanted to I best of care and the Red Cross has

get their names in th; paper. It, been exceptionally good to him and -'
sounded very interesting so we said With to his fellow wounded. GUARANTEEDAutomotive .
we'd go over and interview the -, .
children. "You don't go without Mrs. Glen Harris :
was overjoyedthis :
me," piped up Jane so we closed the Our week to 'rp.ceiveYord from her Repair Service ", : >
office and went to school, arrivingat } Boys husband, Pfc. Harris, that he is now ;,(!Y :.. ,
the recess period with a few minutes !AJ I back in the States and asked that MachIneWork ," -.r: J/ '
to talk to some of the little she meet him soon in Augusta, Ga.
folks before Mrs. Walker returned. I t in the He was recently injured in actionin I Painting and Body Repair Service ''
One little barefoot chap took us in Germany and has been hos- !

tow and gave us all the low-down on 1 pitalized in England for 'time.. It.. :{Genuine Ford Repair PartsSEE
the bond drive and acted as a self- I ,' Service is believed that he is now on his I I
appointed guide down to Mrs. Ba- way to a hospital at Augusta and
ker's seventh grade room where we I Mrs. Harris is expecting! another ., I '
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also heard their story. I telegram momentarily that he is on I!

Determined to have that field I -- the-way there. It is reported that -
I .:N N N N:N:N NON N:N:N M:N:N N r..:.;NN..:N H.N: I HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS
ambulance reported foreher room !, his principal injury is a chipped
that morning Mrs. Walker very |I knee-cap.
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I The big news of the week comes
charmingly cheated by going out I Fowl: Sales and Service
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and buying the one $25 bond which j I lof course, from S-Sgt. Sidney Wilbur The following swell letter this PHONE 93 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
was lacking and let the four high-;]11 McGehee who escaped from a week from Yeoman 1-c T. M.
est salesladies of the grade draw !J German prison camp and made his "Mutt" Waldron who is again at
straws to see who would get credit.'sway over a two week's period, back sea after a leave home not too many

for it. As usually happens it was j i! to the American lines. Now he weeks ago. We appreciate "them --- --- --
the highest of the group that drew'II'I writes his parents that he is safe kind words" Mutt, and it makes us ---- -- I I

the lucky slip of paper Erna Nel- and well in England and soon will work just a little harder to give you
on. i; be on his way home. He'll 'have a boys the kind of news you want: The ..1 -
Meet With I
The blackboard in the seventh j I I big story to tell when he gets back Dear Sir: '
grade room reported Ann Prewitt 'as I but the Army may surround him, I would like to take this oppor- .
having sold $1500 worth of bonds, ''as they did Lt. Ed Ward with so tunity to ,thank you for the swell Sunday Night Crowd In The Luncheons

actual value, but Ann ran to catchus ''many don'ts and so few do's that he news the Clewiston News contains.It .
won't be able to tell it immediately. just about BeautifulCocktail
before we left the schoolhouseto covers everything a Buffet Dinner
say that she didn't have the cash 'I: The important thing however, newspaper can and not become a 75c '
for one $1000 bond and would rather with both of them is that they are book. It is certainly welcome alit
not report it yet. Tie that one for free and well-we can wait if its here. In fact, I enjoy the News so $1.50 and up
fairness you adult bond salesmen. I I necessary to hear their story. much my sister, Louise Sias, sendsit Lounge

Those kids are doing a Vhale of i i Still unreported is Lt. Morris air mail. Things aren't too far 6:30 to 8:00 12:00 to 2:00
a job and if we don't watch out, afl Ford but the Yanks have liberated gone when I hear about it. \
the rate they're going they'll make several camps south of Berlin and Just a line about myself that may P. M. P.M.CLEWISTON .
Fine Wines and
pikers out of the rest of us. Just we feel pretty sure that his mother be of interest to you-we are, all
let them keep setting the pace and will soon be getting good news set to give the Japs a run for their Liquors
we'll have no worry about quotas. from him. money here aboard the Monterey.This .
carrier is a little smaller than I

The kids also did their bit Jn the We learn this week through his my previous one but it makes up

,.clothing drive which was completed -I mother, Mrs. Fred Topper, that Ed' for its size in many other ways. We ,
:Monday, particularly that groupof [ Clark, stationed at Lakewood, N. intend to give 'em all we've got. INN
Girl Scouts and the three boys of Jer., has recently been given a Chief This is my third trip overseas andI
hope the last-victory. The Navy

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rating these days either.
i they made me first class as of 1' .. .
Notice To Voters ii
April. Give my regards to all the The Home of Good Food and Service .
I ? Clewiston boys fighting all over the I II
? With A Smile
I world-may a speedy victory bring

:;: Registration Books are open and are :: us back soon.Most sincerely.T. .

:: at the City Hall. All who have not done :: M. WALDRON, JR.

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:: Corp. Sandy Bell, in a finance unit S=
; election for three commissioners will beheld 'j somewhere in Germany wrote .a ::

:;: in September and everyone should :;: most interesting letter to Betty recently *

:I._: qualify for this election. :: and she has given us per- :
mission to print the J letter, in partas 1I Announcement

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April 12, 1945. .
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around the for about
country twenty
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months now. Don't you think it'1 to circumstances beyond our control :;

about time to stop? One good reason y

: Service Headquarters being the lieHish names these :;:. we have' been unable to secure-, a chef capable :=\:.
towns in Germany have. Yes, that'swhere '*

I am certainly getting :;: of preparing food up to the standards we have .*
around these days aren't I? y

We passed through quite a number 3:: maintained in t h.'_:

'. of German cities on our way up .
here and it is really a sight to see. Y t
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CARS ,The destruction is equivalent to the '
Italian cities I've'seen only on a *.. Until such time as it is possible for us to ::: .. ..,
larger scale. The best example I i'

V.- can. think of in 'comparison of the =i= provide this service our dining room will be ;::
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two countries is that of Cassino- .
just a heap of rubble! When I .'.. closed. ,-:,: I IDue
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All Makes .. J : -...'...I- J f '
think of the millions of lives they .;. ;
have destroyed, its no more than ..'
they deserve aid how they keep on :*:
-.5 A is far more than I can see. ;:;I: May we ask' your kind consideration' and ::

Tae equipment we saw, destroyed :
TRUCKS 09 'both sides, of the road for miles :: continued patronage of .our bar until this is :=f;.
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and miles was terrific. Was a little .!. 1 **"
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;;disappointed in the Rhine River ns accomplished. ...
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GMAO BUDGET PLAN AAA REPRESENTATIVES expected to see something quite -a +y ...
bit larger. Remember the first 's. '* .'
time we saw the Mississippi at New

CHRISTIAN CHEVROLET had Orleans? I and had the the let-down same feeling feeling we as I The Canebrake I IC

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..c..c..;<<......:..-.c.r---:......:..;... :... >> ..x..r:+:..: :+.o.r:..:..:..=-:.I splendid work that Mr. Johns is do- 1944, to January 30, 1945. ]phy, district superintendent, the-

.!. I ing for the 165 youngsters in the
Clewiston
IF, i home. METHODIST I Methodist Church was or-
s, CHURCH ganized. We elected Stewards and
\ With the assistance of Buddy Rev Lewis Minter, Pastor made plans for the complete church.

t PERSONAL and, SOCIETY i; Kersey R. A.'s as "Professor answered the Quiz," the questions local i Rev. Minter will continue to be-
many -
the
Church _School-3 p. m. I pastor at least until conference
I i "fired at them," concerning
Worship Service--3:45 i -
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, the Bible, in relation to tithing.

. 0..0.....0........_..0..0...........0'0...._.._.._....._........_ _ ,_..._................ 'I Those taking part in the program Prayer meeting each Friday at if
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(":"r:":":":":":":"=":":":":":'-: ":":":' : : : ; ; ; ; ; : : : ;; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;.o.t ; ; ; the .L. D. Blount home 8 p. m. I
I were: Richard L. Twiddy, John D. WINDSOR HOTEL
Mr. J.. Morrison returned Tues- Mrs. J. F Florentine arrived [ Finley, Juan Billingslcy, Gene Hester The members of the Methodist 3

day night from Jersey Shore, Pa. Thursday from Chicago to visit her John Himrod, .Alvin Garrett, Church met last Sunday evening in', By The Sca:
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and the Public Library ana after a fine
Dean Kepple, Tommy Spencer, Al- Hollywood Beach, FloridaHollywood's
Mrs. C. E. Bailey: was a week-end Mrs. J. E.: Beardsley.: fred W. Watton and William Wal- preaching service by Dr. A. O. I
Fucndlicst
visitor in. Fort Myers.Mr. 1Iul''I,I
--- I Miss Margaret Jacobs has 'resigned ton.A. Hotel of
Hodges, Deacon of the First
and Mrs. William] Vitus spent her position in the Sugar WANTED TO BUY _|I Distiuction.luropcan
I Baptist Church acted as "judge" In :! Plan
this week-end on Miami Beach. Office and is 1paving next week for, 1
Atlanta.Mr. the contest for placement on the official Electric ice box. Must; Owner Management
R. A. Honor Roll other
; guests
Mr. and Mrs Frank. Veltri have I SUMMER RATES
included Rev. H. C. Meador, his son, be in good shape. Mrs.J.
r returned from a short visit in Tampa. and Mrs Robert Yoder of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Montgomery !Single Boom With Private Bath

--- West Palm Beach spent Saturday and Mrs. Wilton Broadrick., H. Goodsen General $3.00: Daily
: Miss Katherine Baker underwent here with Mr. and. Mrs..' Richard :, Double

'; a tonsillectomy at the Clewiston I Yoder. .... ; It was unfortunate, but the F.F.A. Del.,. Moore Haven. Boom $4.00 Daily
: r-. Hospital last ,week. j program in a nearby community ,

S> ---- Mrs. G. H. Mazzina returned Sunday meant that several of the n. A.'s who
(, and from Marianna where she has had parts on the program were unable -
Sgt. Mrs. O. L. Baird 'spent -- ._
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L; Sunday with friends in Moore Ha- spent the past two weeks with her to attend' as they were com-

'". ven. husband, Sgt. Mazzina who is sta- pelled to go with their instructor to I For
:: there instructor.Mrs. take part in the F.F.A. program.
tioned as a gunnery
p I THRIFTYShoppers
%': 1Irs.V.. O. Rigby and Mrs. Josephine .- Bernard Cochran, one of "Father"" I

d Cason were visitors inVest Richard Bestor and daughter Johns boys, enlightened the R. A.'s

:; Palm Beach one day last week. left Sunday to return to their 'I and guests as to the congenial every-
.
,--- home in Santa Montica, Calif, after day life at the home, and reiterated

(-'.: Gunnar Brink of Long Island, N. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Horace Bestor 'Father"' Johns invitation that we .ID& attECTtON.scum anus .. tiff II QUALlTJr..U OW.i P

i<" Y., -spejit: Tuesday and Wednesday for a short while all endeavor to visit his home and
g :. visiting friends here. vacation with his boys for a day 01'

) .. -i J Mrs. H. C. Salmon, of Washington so. I I I I I \\RS MONTHLY I PAYMENT: PLA

'k;;;; .- Mrs. E. J. Smith spent a few dajf D. C., sper.t the week-end visiting -

';lc;; this week visiting in.West. Palm the G. F. Sersons. Mrs. Salmon Community Church
'
j: Beach. ,- will visit in Sarasota a few weeks
\ before returning! Washington. Choir Has Concert

f: Mr. and, Mrs.:;: J. H. 'Walker and

t.r R. V. Walker ,were week-end visi- Miss Grace Ward returned this ...On Sunday evening, last, the choirof

tors in Miami. week-end to San Antonio, Fla., the Community Church i
presented FORT MYERS FLORIDA J
tic '; -- I where she is a student at Holy Name a concert of sacred music under the

;.-r.,,. 'T_ :Mr. and Mrs. -J. E.: Beardsley' returned Academy after being home to visit direction of J. E. Beardsley ac- -
.r ." last Friday after a few days her brother, Lt. :Edwin O. Ward, fora I companied by Mrs. Christine Doty.

Jii-. : vacation spent in Enterprise, Florida. few days. ......:>. --
The program consisted of the fol-
-'.r lowing numbers: Introit "The Earthis
.f"" Mrs. M. A., Thomas left 'Wednesday Pvt. and Mrs: Win, Hedick are !
So Bright, by Maker; "Oh, Mornof
,'--.c. to spend a few weeks visiting the parents of a baby girl born last Beauty," from Finlandia, by Jan
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I,.\: relatives in Miami. Friday in the Clewi ton Hospital. Sibelius; "Seek Ye the Lord," by J. ANNOUNCEMENT
The lady has been named
young E. Roberts, soprano solo and chorus;
I'' ,> s- Mr. and Mrs. James Harris ,
+ re- Pamela Imogene. Pvt. Hedick who "Dark Water,"
spiritual
byVill
feK":; :_'., turned this week from a few days I l is stationed at West Point, N. Y., James "God Loved "
; so the World,
& r< : visit with relatives in Avon Park. I I arrived Sunday to visit his wife and from
The
Crucifixion, by John
I have been Post-War Dealer
, ,.:'.:- : I daughters. Stainer; "Calvar)'." b- Paul_ Rodney,. appointed
& ; Mrs. B. D. Hudson, of.Lake Wales, Women's unison and chorus
fji>::: '-. spent the week-end with 'her sister, MRS. XIELSEX IS Our Eyes," by MacFarlane. ; "Open for General Electric Appliances and expectto

*''--S:;'.: Mrs. A. Toulis, and family and her HOSTESS AT BRIDGE j
:: i\).. mother, Mrs. A. Cardullo. --..- This concert, very well presentedand '
--" hightly enjoyed, is the fore- open a store in Clewiston as soon as merchandise -
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[ ?: Mrs. C. J. Nielsen was hostess to '
\Z: '. Mrs. A. Toulis has runner of others. ,
; returned to ,
her bridge club on Wednesday aft- is available. '
*;;;-1' this city after spending a week in .
: at her home. *
,' ernoon '
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: Lee Memorial Fort Cadet Club
; Hospital at Has
Mrs.
> H. A. Bestor made high

i :-" ,.\.; Myers. score-Mrs: P.. C. Wilson was second "
, .;. V high. Another Success In the meantime I shall be pleased to
..' ;. %& :Miss Evelyn Lee =.of. Okeech bee -- ( I I
:',., ''.: r 2 has accepted a position in the Others playing were Mrs. ,E. C. I :
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:: .rV j,, r- stenographic department of the ,Unit/I I j Mills, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Airs The Wednesday evening Cadet assist ''in any way possible with your service

:. ,., ed States, Sugar Corporation. Otto Larsen, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Club social Y occasions continue- to be
, Mrs. F. E. Conkling' Mrs. F. Deane extremely successful. This past problems and obtaining repair parts. Call 1 3.SEEDED .

i ;:. IV Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, who spent Duff and Mrs. L. H.. Nash. Wednesday evening:! saw a large

'i.:: ,' )Jast week visiting!" in Tampa and After the playing the hostess served -i gathering of cadets and an especially -

.t :: -, Okeechobee, returned this week. delicious fruit salad, saltines and large representation of hostesses.

t$;, 1\ rs. Owens was accompanied by her coffee. Due 'to the restriction on dancing,
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'A,: sisters, Mrs. H R. Lamb and Mrs. due to the period of mourning fpr the M. S. Wright

! V WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION late President, only games and music -
j;, : J. O. Pearce, who will remain here I
ij,."V, a few days before returning to TO :MEET ON THURSDAY are the acceptable forms of en- I
r --' tertainment. In spite of the
Okeechobee. restriction .- .
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:.:- 11rs.O.. A. Jones announced this the occasions are drawing -

,t""' AMMMA I; week the that the Woman's Associationof I good attendance, and the evenings .:N:1:N:1N 11:N X1:11 N N:N N...:.11.:..:.1.:N:N:1.:..:..:N N:N:..:N:N:..:..N N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:..:N.:.1 N N:N N:NN:N:11 N I
Community Church, will meet are thoroughly enjoyed.

I I Ir Thursday afternoon. May 13th, at -- ,

three o'clock, at the church. All I Prison Guards SEEDLESS, A FEW PINK

:-.- I members are urged to attend. % I
: I IL' 't'Jonrinr.! frouj pace. 1> :
: RONNIE LEE 'II.-\S BIRTHDAY I V GRAPEFRUITf

PARTY ON FRIDAY Won Lost

.,:- rU.II\ :U.'I'.X.:1:4-, 1'. :U. Guards .................................5 ,.1 The Peak of and }f
NIIII'7&sI'.S1.SAT. : I Now At Juice Quality
&r & SUN COVriM.O: : Master Ronnie! Lee, son of Mr. and C. H. S. ................................3 2
;. :. > :> 7 !It P. M. Mrs. Marion' Lee, celebrated his third I Town Team ---.....................3. 3 $1.50 for 50 lb. sack ,

r. birthday at the, home of his parentson Riddle Field .._.......__.......:.3_ 3
._ WEEK .
;i'i UEGIXXIXG MAY C Friday afternoon of last week. U. S. S. C. ...-....:..:..............:.1 3

( ( 1 JSUX. & MOX., MAY G & 7 Ronnie's guests were Deanna M. H. H. S. ........................1 4 To Save Next Year's Crop, now picking remaining 1

Duperrouzel, Alice Stallings, Linda --- juicy Valencia

F:.i.: "Moonlight. And Walker, Sharon Bembp Ruth Him- Air Medal AwardedTo oranges.
rod, Pat and Nancy Moon, Alene and $2.00 for 50 lb. sack

:.- Cactus' Rudine Reese, Wanda Meador, F-0'3 McGehee iJ i

l" Dorothy Roland, Rose Dunaway, BEARDSLEY FARM J
: Andrews :Sisters Margaret Brown, David
Duper BASE, INDIA F.-O. James
'" Also Cartoon and Latest: Xews rouzel, Buster Brown, Dale Dunaway, McGehee, Jr., pilot, of Bov: No. A.j
:-f Eric and Carl Larsen, Gene Anderson Clewiston, FJorida has been '\\' Phones 266 --- .27R2

TF'KS. & 11'ED., MAY 8 _& 9- Alfred Mpador! and Jennings ed the Air Medal, it was announcedby

f'',. rd ,".; KWATURK PROGRAM Ezelle.Mrs. 'Lee and her assistants, Mrs. Brig. Gen. William H. Tunner, .:N:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:NN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NN1111M.1:N11NNNN:N11N11N:11NNNN
' : commanding general of the India
:. Og9Y *:. : :. GRACE MCDONALD J. S. Taylor, Mrs. Manefried and I China Division. Air Transport Com
' B !!:) Mrs. Lamar Moon,
f: i .WALTER CATLETT served refresh mand. '.
'I BETTY nAil ments of ice cream, cake and bas
; The award
was made completion -
.s ALAN MalaRAY' kets of candy and favors, to the upon
':l':., .' MEODIE'MUCH'' children present. of 150 hours of operationalflight

. ,: Cliluta.0'. TIlliE i in transport aircraft over the Surf Cottages
dangerous and difficult IndiaChinaair
GIRL SCOUT
: MEETINGA
: .' routes where
-- enemy intercep-
i "The Great Moment" tion and attack was probable and .
I Ik meeting of Troop II, Girl
I t Joo McOea Betty Field Scouts, was held Thursday afternoonof expected. ,
I IILL. L __ last week. The air trail over the Hump, famed 9 MILES NORTH OF PALM BEACH

I THUK8. & Pill., MAY 10 & 11 We discussed our outdoor' break route through the towering peaks
tVV' ) fast and girls were asked to be sure of the Himalaya Mountains, blazed HIGHWAY NO. I
"Rainbow Island"v and bring cooking equipment. Games by the Air Transport Command, {s

f v were played and group. singing en: recognized by airmen as the world's
r;,11 Doroth)' Lmimur.Kddic llr.u-kin- joyed. toughest. Todr.y the Hump route js
<
t :
1" the main lifestream of vital military

;::'. Also Caitooii and Latent N>\\sSATURDAY Arcadia Group .Here supplies for the Allied forces fight- Spend your' vacation at your local] beach resort. Two i '
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't. ing the Japanese in China.

i" MAY 12 For R. A. MeetingTogether The citation accompanying: the room efficitncy cottages Hotel Rooms Dining Room
( award adds:
-Cocktail Lounge. V .
f__' ,. "Flying at night as well as by
with four of his boys, day, at high altitudes over impassable ,
: Eugene Thompson, Buddy Kersey,
mountainous
. terrain through
,. Wilbur Grantham and Bernard'Coca- areas characterized by extremely SUMMER SEASON STARTS JUNE 1. ..

ran, T. M. Johns, superintendent of treacherous weather conditions ne-
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( 1 1 the Florida Baptist Childrens Home, cessita'ing lone; periods of operation For Reservations
located at Arcadia visited the
local
: on knetrumtnts--requiring courageous -
j"U{ DeCAMP 51 chapter of Royal Ambassadors Write 623 30th Street Call 8940
.._.r--- u. upon and supe-nor performance_ of his
the invitation of George F. Serson !
:\'!' MAN' NO. 1.1 duties to overcome, he accomplished r
Counselor for the boys. The local his mission with distinction 'VEST PALM BEACH

chapter of the club is named "Fa- Th* award was made for the period -

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THE CHEERFUL CHERUB Gems of ThoughtA f ur Ill

SOCIETY cannot be founded tICaE

he people who h .ve thing only on the pursuit of

often D pleasure and power; a societycan
tire unhappy only be founded on the respect -
I that revoeJU, Equal parts of salt, flour, and When J
guess OR W, EA DN. for liberty ,and justice.- painting woodwork, coat
The ft.ct: yov alitpoultice. Taine. vinegar make an effective pasteto the door knobs, locks, etc., with

t. sick Nothing ever becomes real till it is clean brass, copper, or pewter. vaseline, so that the paint can be
experienced-even a proverb is no Apply the paste- let stand for an easily wiped off if it splashes on
diipositiorvJitk ARMY AND MEAT SHORTAGE.It proverb to you till your life has illustrated hour, rub off, wash with water, these surfaces. .

\ ?tytomoliile. happened behind closed doors, it.-John Keats. and then polish. -.-

R ieM"" D but a lot of housewives would have But it is as impossible for a -.- Turn the mattress every week,

+ D relished being present when Cong. man to be cheated by anyone Carrots with no tops stay crisp first from end to end, next from

Clinton Anderson's special food com but'himself, as for a thing to be longer than those that have the side to side to get maximum wear I

mittee quizzed an array of Wash- and not to be, at the same time. leaves left on.Daddy's and comfort from it. I

ington bigwigs.A -Emerson.The -.- -.- I
lot of star witnesses were present shame is not in havingonce
worn-out shirts be After
can
oiling the sewing machine .
but the army, represented by been foolish but in not cutting made over into cunning blouses, stitch through a blotter several, ., '"
Maj. Gen. Carl Hardigg of the quar- the folly short.-Horace. dresses for the
or suits oneyea"r.old times. This takes up all surplusoil
it
took on
termaster corps, chiefly' Opportunities are made as provided a little trimmingand on the machine, and keeps'from

the chin. Jones often as they happen.aemember imagination are, used. getting it'on'the material.
Chief Marvin
WNU Features. War Food

started the ball rolling when he pro-

duced figures showing that last year, SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLECRAFT

Classified DepartmentBUSINESS when meat was plentiful, the army giliet I
gummed up the works by failing to 1 Ips
& INVEST. OPPOR. take anywhere near the quantity allocated 0 tit Charming Apron in Filet Crochet

the fourth of
to it. In quarter -
your WANT financial MONET?success.Here are No.1.ten KEYS financial for :: 1944, the army had asked for one Due to an unusually large demand and

field: No.'s 2-3-4. commercial: No.'s 5-6. I and a quarter billion pounds of meat. current war conditions, slightly more timeIs
manufacturing: No.'s 7-8. advertising; required in filling orders for a few of
No.'s 9-10 mechanical. Price $1 each. 3 for Actually, the army took half a billion the most popular pattern numbers.
$2; 5, $3; 7, S4:STERLING All for $6. M.. O. please. pounds less. Send your order to: ....

801 Bartlett Building, Milwaukee S, Wi. That, according to the closed- f 9

door testimony, was the chief Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
MISCELLANEOUSCASH reason why ration points on meat 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, HI.
PRIZES MORE FUN" Publication were dropped last year and the Enclose 16 cents for PatternNo.
will show you how to get more fun
out of life. Only 2Sc. housewives got a windfall. The pub .
More Fun Box 225/ Buffalo. N. Y. lic then got back to the habit of eating
Name
SEND THREE DIMES for DOLLAR SIZE meat. But today, with meat far pS
coin. Lord's Prayer and John 3:16. Fine less the has orderedeven that Constipation'can
plentiful, army
gift for service men. LEON WHEELER,
Box 1310 B. II., Coos Bay, Oregon. more than allocated to it last make all tasks look big!]
Energy at low ebb? Check constipat -
Poems Lyrics, set to excellent music. year. Tako'Nature's Remedy (NR.'
Great Oppor.! Satis assured. Fairest prop-
osition; share-royalty agreement. Free In- General Hardigg was unable to Tablets). Contains no chemicals, no
for.Bob Standing,Box 34,Verdun,Qae.Can. satisfy the congressmen as to. why minerals,no phenol derivatives.NR 7436 Addres"I

the army failed to take up' its meat Tablets are different-act different.Purdy .

last year, or atleast, failed to put it ; vegetable-a combination of
WalL tB izd4. .,
&i in cold storage for later use. Had 10 vegetable ingredients formulated ;
over 50 Uncoated or candy tNOW
this been done demands years ago.
army
coated, their action is dependable, I ,
Gen- I
smaller.
would now be much
thorough, yet gentle, as millions of
h eral Hardigg also was asked to report NR's have proved. Get a 25t Con-

!ASPIRIN <((1) back to congress on meat con- vincer Box: today. All druggists!
: sumption per soldier in the Brit Caution: Take only as directed. I

LARGEST SELLER AT ish army, also in the Russian NR TONIGHT TOMORROW ALRIGHT

army. Congressmen also asked Har ALL-VEGETABLE LAXATIVE
digg to report on how much meat

Upset StomachRelieved was consumed by U. S. troops over- Golden ..
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seas, as compared with that con-
In 5 minutes or double money back
When excess stomach acid Cannes painful enffocalIng sumed by troops in the United !
gas,soar stomach and heartburn,doctors usuallyprescribe States. PR T/AB LfE'1' PRONE Goodness
the fastest-acting medicines known fore that discovered the
you've
/ tometicrelief-medicines like those in Bell-ana
Tablets. No laxative. Bell-ans brings comfort in a RELAXED MEAT INSPECTION of crocheted party
jiffy or doable your money back on return of bottle One proposal to ease the meat WORD SUGGESTIONFOR
to DO.He at all druggists. aprons, you'll want this one done
shortage is to abolish federal inspection ACID INDIGESTION"TUMS" -, in filet crochet; easytofollowchart. -

in small local slaughter .

houses. These slaughterershave *
l
to pass state inspection r..TI Handiwork you'llenjoya filet crochet
anyway, and most of them are = apron-inexpensive when you make it
thoroughly reputable. But to sell yourself. Pattern 7436 has directions;

inter-state they must pass fed chart._

' t t eral inspection, so many now 'lwI

1 f sell only within state limits. Thisis National Archives Puts End i

one reason why cattleraisingstates

IF SO are experiencing no meat I I To Destruction of Records'' h

shortage today. I I
' WATCH OUTThe
General Hardigg, however, The establishing of the National

medical profession knows that sat on the idea of relaxing fed Archives by congress in 1934 ended

though a person may be cured of com- eral inspection. He argued that a_ century-old fight for the con-

mon malaria on them.they So, if may you are have once it comeback more federal inspection must con t t 1 struction of a permanent reposi- "The Grains Are Great Foods" i '

feeling tired, run down, have pains in tinue. War Food Chief Jones and tory for federal records, during
back and legs, feel weak and billion, no which time thousands of important JI.II<<
appetite and nervous-though chills and I War Mobilizer Vinson were not

fever haven't struck you yet, and you impressed with Hardigg's argu national papers were, lost,' Kellogg'a Corn Flakes bring you
have common ma1.1ria-it down pay to ment. stolen, destroyed by fire or sold as nearly all the protective food elements
take chances. bottle of Oxi-
any Try a
dine. Oxidine is made to combat malaria "I never tasted federally it & wastepaper, says Collier's.In essential of the to whole human grain nutrition.declared
give you iron to help creation of red 1935, Archives men, search,
blood cells. If the first bottle doesn't spected meat until I was in m; ;
satisfy you your money wiU be returned. 20s," scoffed Texas-bred Jones.UOut' ing for existing records about the
Oxidine has been used for over 50 years. capital, found many stored in garages o ayti.,
Get a bottle today at in did all
your drug store. Kentucky we righ rYs
barns cellars and other
,
without federally inspected meat,' s, strange places. For instance, the
Vinson had it unti: 10
agreed. never .::
'- long lost plans for the Washington
I was out of my teens. '
discovered under
) mbnument were
:...
STRAINS SORENESSA Representative Anderson of Albuquerque layers of dust in the attic of an
N. M., chairman of the
committee, then took General Har-

1 digg to task for the army's systemof
poultry buying. STOCK OWNERS' STAN D-RYI!

favorite household antiseptic dressing "Out my way, where we've got
and liniment for 98 years-Hanford'a
! BALSAM OF MYRRH It contains plenty of meat," Anderson said, "the Smart stockmen have relied

p soothing gums to relieve the soreness and army isn't interested in buying for years on soothing, effectiveDr.
f ache of over-used and strained muscles. Porter's Antiseptic Oil. It's
poultry. Here in the East, where
Takes the sting and itch out of burns
scalds, insect bites oak: and ivy poisoning I meat is scarce, you're taking all soothing tends to promote

wind and sun burn, chafing; and the poultry. Why not spread your natural healing processes.Keep
chapped skin. Its antiseptic action less poultry buying so that in areas it on hand always for emergency -
ens the danger of infection whenever the
where the has hard time user minor cuts,
kin is cut or broken. public a
Keep a bottle handy for the minor getting meat it can at least get ,a burns, saddle galls, bruises, } rVeThese
casualties of kitchen and nursery. At little poultry." flesh wounds, and use only as
your druggist trial size bottle 35#;
household size 651; economy size $1.25. He pointed out that the army is directed. Ask your veterinarian

0. C. HANFORD MFG.CO.Syracuse, N.Y. taking 100 per cent of the poultryin about it your druggist
Sole makers of has it.
the Delmarva area Delaware,

Maryland and Virginia. ;, I II I ...

Vinson supported Anderson, telling TThelGItoYE ffiBORAfORESy; ] NC; Raised Doughnuts

C Hardigg: "Try to work that out with ..

the war" food administration, Gen How lloW lab lYeastthe -
eral.
them with more'EXtRIVitaminS..
Make with .
WNU-7 16-45 SEVENTEEN SWORD WOUNDS. I only fresh yeast

INSIDE JAPAN. The Jap high AT FIRST 'DOUGHNUTS

command ordered 15 divisions out of UCNOFA -D I I''

e Siberia a month ago to defend the ,

Japanese homeland. But since 0 I I iSKwsssasasss
s
the Russians denounced their neutrality a cups cups sifted& wen beaten 1 teaspoon In lukeVrUlmIJk.

pact, the Japs are frantically USE666 1 tablespoon sugar rise In
and let Cream
And Your Strength and Yeast and
scouring the country for more FleiscbJIlSDI"s beat wen. Cover burst on top. to
and Add
bubbles
Energy Is Below Par troops to bolster the RussoJapanese directed'' D\sSOI. Ito cups 1 ho aud nu""eg. doush t
CoW Preparations 05 Add about Add salt soft
It may be caused by disorder of kid draft, moderatelY
frontier. During the Stalingrad from suga
free and
make let
ney function that permits poisonous place margarln. lour to Cover and rhock..
waste to accumulate. For truly many battle, the Russians depletedthe or Add remaining bowL '/.
ron
people feel tired, weak and miserable red army in Siberia. It was the butter i In -pl board and board. cover withKnead
$0
when the kidneys fail to remove caress: if g out on place on toured to brown
acids and other waste. matter from the Cossack cavalry, rushed to Stalin- y : enhti19place Ught, turn (3.lnch) fat, hOt eoOugh turning
hours. cutter deep sides
blood.You may suffer nagging backache grad, which saved it. Now the red cut wtth doUghnut rise about 1 hOur.FrY or In 315'1',FrY err both.kes 3 dozen
rheumatic pains, headaches dizziness, army in the east is at about full Do you suffer ".' cloth aud Jet 01 bread In 60 seconds In powdered sup ""

getting Sometimes up frequent nights, leg and pains scanty, swelling.urina strength again. New Premier from MONTHLY i.lneh once.cube Drain cool a>'d roll ..

' tion with smarting and burning is another Suzuki of Japan was left for deadon nly --- ---'- =''''' '.2. -
sign that something; is wrong with the streat when the '
the kidneya.or bladder. young fascists NERVOUS TENSION New Revised Wartime' Edition of Flelschmann's Famous Recipe Book!
There should be no doubt that prompt of the Black Dragon society REED
treatment is wiser than neglect. Use F Clip and paste on a penny
murdered of
Doan Pilln. It is better to rely on a most Japan's moderate with its weak, tired feelings? post card for :your free copy NamO
medicine that baa won countrywide approval leaders 'j'a decade ago. He was If functional periodic disturbances of Flcischmann's newly revised

known.than Doan't on have something been tried less favorably and test carved up with 17 Fascist sword make you feel nervous, tired, restlessat Dozens"The of easy Bread recipes Basket.for Address
ed many 'ears. Are at all drug stores. wounds. Today Suzuki is front such times-try this great medicine I breads, rolls, desserts. Address
Compound
Get Plnkham's Vegetable -
Doan s today. -Lydia E.
Standard Brands Incorporated -
man for Japanese big business to relieve such symptoms.Taken T I Grand Central -
which longhas leaned toward a regularly helps build up resistance ti -i; I Annex Box 477, New,York
against such distress. Also a grand f 17, N. Y. Zone No..
negotiated peace. So. has the emperor stomachic tonic.Follow label directions.4dia a L- ___ ____ -
-
--
if they can get it. ). VEGETABLE
1 &? nkhamz i COMPOUND .

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MAY 4, 1945 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE SEVEN



; CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY NOTICE DESCRIPTION OF LAND S' T R A OWNER AMT


i I CHURCH Block 4, Lots 9, 20 -----' John Flint _.......____...;___,
I David C. Hancock Minister Notice is hereby given that the following' described lands, or so much Favor's Sd _?_?..__?_,._.__ 17 43 29 T' .94
,
I f thereof will be necessary to pay the amount .due for taxes herein set oppositeto SU Lot 12 .?..__.... _--..--_ J. D. Smith __... ._ .:.
i .89
of such sales and advertising will be sold at --
with cost
ir the same, together Lot 57IIooth'N C. C.
r "' Cochran .
I r; SUNDAY MAY 6 1945 public auction on the 1st day of June A. D. 1945, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon Sd =: =-== 17 43 29 ------- .82

at the courthouse door, in the City of LaBelle, County of Hendry, and. State of Lots 9, 10. 24, to 30 ---- C, C. Cochran ____
t Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. FlorIda, Royal Palm Est No. 2 .__ 17 43 29 318

I Lots 7 8 ..... :.. '
: __ Mrs. Sara
Gericke superintendent. -- --- P. Thomas _
E. _
h r : ,83
R. N. :MILLER,
Roynl Palm Rut. No. 1 __ 17 43 29
lIorningYorship, 11:00 a. m. A Tax Collector of Hendry County, Florida. Lots 1 to 3 --.-..___ Jas. Kopp _____ .82

nursery for small children is conducted Lots 44 to 48 _. Jas. Kopp _____._ 1.31
S 3-4 of SVa of SWU of

"t by the Mothers' Club at the SWU _...-I- __.,..___... 17 43 9.15 Chas. E. Gibson _____ '1.73
I I ,Community Center. Evelyn Terrace :Sd" of E'a; .
ofLots s'VJA __..________::._ 18 43 29 '
f "The Meaning of Tolerance" is G 49 to 52 .-..---.......__ Victor M. HovIs :__;:=:_._._ .94
the theme of the minister's sermon. Lots 170 to 176, 178, 179 Geo. H. Filbert ___..___ 1.06
TO WHOM ASSESSED
1 DESCRIPTION OF LAND a o Lots 206 to 214 216 to 227 Geo. H. Filbert _._._ 1.54
.
You. are corJially invited to wor- : : II '" Belle La Cava Sd of IV Va: of
ship with us. ? NE/ of SKyt 18 43: 20

i The Women's Association will meet 1,1, F.C. = C Block 10, Lots 3, 4 _'-_ W. H.. Stone -:_.._.___ V 82
.
Royal I'alm EM*. No. '7 _._ 18 43 29

at the church on Thursday, May 10, Block 1, Lots 8. 9 L. P. Watts ________ .82
All lyg. E of St. Hwy. _._ 33 43 29 574 R. N. Miller __
I _
at 3:00 p. m. Mrs. Frank E. Conk- SEVt "North LnRclle heights ,. All -_.,....,..---.-?.-.....---- 34 43 29 640 R. N. Miller! _.__..__._ 17.46 19.89
ling is the leader.ST. SD" __.........._.__.__ _.._?_?.._ 31 42' 29Alillyo .. .. I All :_-.....,..._.._.___.__.__...._.._ 35 43 29 640 R. N. Miller _..,._ 19.89
.. .
..... ____ ;: Freed .- ..-$ .82 ... ... .. :
Lo'ts 95 to 97 M .;. '. t All .. .- ..----..-.---- 36 43 29 640 R. N. Miller ____._..;;....._ 19.89
to 342,344 to > I All ___.,____..._.._ ___ 1 44 641
320 29 R.
Lots
?-- ? N. Miller ..__ .........._ 31.99
..... ......_ .......__.. Lester Jacobs ---....___ 1.50Lot All .. ............ ? :
MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL 355 ___ _.... .- I. --- _.__........_..__ 2 44 29 643 R. N. Miller __ 31.99
343 "._""."._.."....._.._...._ ': Lester 'Jacobs --. ,..-.";"; --- .58 Gov Lots 1, 2 & SV2 of -'U "

CHURCH Lots 422 to 424 .-._____._.__ Woodrow Howard .....'.-- .95 N E U 3 44 29 161 R. N. Miller "__..._. __._.___ 8.64
"North LaBelle" A Pt. of > South Lultelle Manor Sd

Services every Sunday: at 8:30 NW% of NEV __...._._. 31 42 2 fl of Gov. Lot 3, 4 of SWVl
'17 Lots 25 to 36 _.. Sam L. Farabee -----, 2.18 of IVWV4 _.__....._........___. 44 29 120
Block 3
R. N. Miller .__.___.._._ 6.97
Cook ..... ....... ._..
Clewiston C. C. .70
at Community
.0.. m., Block 26, Lots 13, 14 ---- C. C, Cook -- .58 S2h -_...-?..___...._......_..- 3 44 29, 320' R. N. Miller __--:.....:.....__ 16.22:
-'--'--"'- "Exc .
: \V14) LOt 3 ._-_. ._,- -- trnf I All NE along ESt. ,

Church.THE Kell Mill Terrace 32 42 20 AHWY _,.. _.._.. _.___?___..._.. 4' 44 29 396 R. N. Miller __._. .;__..__ 11.71
REV. S. D. MASO1C: Lots 177 to 179. 196 .to..198. Jas. A. G. Sweingler -- 1.20 ] .---.-....__...._._._......_." 10 44 29 640 Dennis Small -- __ 31.99
Priest in Charge. Lots 229 to 231 __..._._._. Norman C. Crews --???.- .82 All ,__..___.._....._____...... 11 44 29 640 Dennis Small _._ _, 31.99
Klrkvvood Park _- 32 42 20 All ......-..-.--__._..___._....._../... 12 44 29 640 Dennis Small ??___ _- 31.99
.... ..
R. N Miller .. .. 1.43 '?' ?
10 11 -- W
Block 2. Lots 6. 8. ? % of W% of SEU of

Block 4, Lots 2 to 10, 12, SW-U ..--.--..--....____.._.... 26 45 29 10 Henry L. Smith ___ 130
NOTICE OF MASTER'S' SALE 13 __-=-T-I__..?_.._...........?-.... R. N. Miller ---.--.-_._ 1.97 NW% of NWU Exc S%
I' Washington Gardens. '_'__. ... 2. 43 28 of SW?{ of NWU of

", NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Block 8. Lots S, 9 .--.......-..?_ Catherine Hudson. Bowles .79 NW?; ._-.._....?._..____... 27 45 29 35 Mrs. Lucille E. Grainger 4.99
: S. L. Lavane .. ... .68
the undersigned .Special Master in Block 17. Lots 20( to 23 ____ -- N1 of SEU of SEVt &
Chancery, by virtue of the final de- Block 40, Lots 26, 27 .?__... Blanche Brown .-..-...-- .68 SEU of SE% of SEU ._ 27 45 29 30 Hurd I... Reeves .._;...___ 10.47
cree of foreclosure entered in that WU of NWU of NEU & SV.of. SEU of SEU ...._ 27 45 29 10 Hurd L. Reeves, Jr. ___ 1.74
certain cause pending in the Circuit W.% of SW: ?; of, NEU & 1 A. Sq in NW Cor of NE% 28 45 29 1 Frances Stokes .._...._...;__. 7.21
W 1 5 of E'/J of SWU of SW24 of NE% & SE'of VVNWS V
Court ot: the Twelfth Judicial Circuit
_NE'i __...:.. __ 5 43 28 40 Jas Sweeney ..--.----._ 2.68 ... ..______._.. 34 45 29
80
of Florida, in and for Hendry County, 30 Jas. Sweeney 1.45 ---- Neeley. Davis _.._. _..._.___.... 4.74
tf 3-4'of SE% "of"NEU ._._. 5 43 28 ---?--- N? of SEU Exc strip of -
in Chancery being Case No. 1017
wherein SUGARLAND, DRAINAGE, Stt of SWU '.......__.....,.?..,_..__ 5 ";43 28 .80' .A. H. Reed w.-.---..._-.- 2.66 land 60 ft wide said i '' "0 '

DISTRICT the, laws a public of the quasi State corporationunder of Flor- NEJN NWUE ...%._!.._...of...._.._NEU_..............?__of._ 6 43 I 28 180 A. H. Reed -.----. '--..._ 5.73 strip side of being a line 30 ft beg on at each a ,, ., t

ida is and J. B. HENDRY % of SEU & N1V'of. pt 990 ft W of Cor V V -
plaintiff, SE .__... 6 43 28 lOA. H. Reed --.---__, 4.07 NE ,
et al., are defendants, will, on Monday U S across NE;4 of SEU
NEU""of""NEU of
:May 7, 1945, between the hoursof N%NE'8 of 43 ,,,28 5 :Mrs. M. E. Albritton :......._ 1.64 to a pt, on S line 990 ft. :' -
eleven o'clcck A. M., and two 0'- NWU" & EV6 Exc. W of SE Cor public'Toad 34 45 29 78.2 Neeley Davis _._.._...._ '6.44
'_ clock P. M., at the north door of the NEU of 2 A. in SE Cor of NVs of

I ... County Court' House in LaBelle, Florida EV2 of SEU of SE;, of '( SEU ._..-.,..-..._.__.._.__.___. 35 45 29 2 D. B. Green Est. ____._ 1.30

.r offer for sale and sell at public NETS of NEU& Exc.of N NEUSWU % of NEU_...... _. 8 43 28350 A. H. Reed ---.......-...---.- 11.09 All ._.-.,.__....__......___....____ 31 43 30 622 R. N. Miller _._.____ 23.06
outcry, to the best and highest bidder of SE?+ of NWU ?._._ 9 43 28 V 10 Audrey L. Smith &. Thelma All W ACL RR Rwy ,.__._ 5 44 30 634 R. N. Miller ___._.__.__ 31.60
for cash, the following described real v. Smith ....?..__.___..__ 4.07 All W ACL RR Rwy ?_._..._._ 6 44 30 611 R. N. Miller _.._.___.__._....._ 30.41
property in Hendry County, Florida, NW Cor. All W ACL RR Rwy _.___ 7 44 30 200 Dennis Small ___._____ 10.31
to-wit: Beg 30 Rdfl' E of NEU Of SEU ...........___._.. 6 44 32 40 _
Lot 2 E 15 Rds S to Riv E. P. Dunn ..._____...:._.._.._ 1.67
SW'of NEt South of Nine Mile V NW of NE & N% of
S of }
Canal, less Right-of-way, S. 11, T. 43, W Beg alg, N Riv to beg to Pt...__......._.. 12 43 28 10 Thos. B. Stewart' ..:;..-.?_ 1.80 NW'j?...-. _.___ 22 44 32 120 Edith' Oilman _____. 4.40
R. 33. Beg 210 ft W of NE Cor W% of NWU of NEU _.. 16 44 32 20 David Puhl ..._.______......".,... 1.06
less Providence .._._...
NW'of SEU. Right-of-way. 488 ft S 600 .. City Sd ? 34 44 32 "
W
Lot 3.
S. 11 T. '43, R. 33. : Lots 29, 30, Block 38 ._._,
ft Riv NE alg Riv to ; Minnie Foider ________..:. .82
SWU of SE*, less Road,. S. 11, T Pt to S of beg., N to beg .._ 12 43 28 7. A. H. Sparr .:...-.....:.:...:.---.- 2.01 Lots 31 to 33, Blk 38 ..._...._ ,Walter R. Chapman __.__ .93
43, R. 33. 5 in SE Cor of E% ?of' V .: Garfield City Sd ._,__..____ 34 44 32

SE;: of NEU South of Nine Mile SWU A. of NWU ..._....?......__ 14 43 28 5 G. L. Sweeney -.,_.___ 3.52 Block 4, Lot 42 __.______ Rebecca Griffin ___ __ .70
"1 -Canal, less Right-of-Way, S. 11, T. 43, W% of SEU of NWU Exc. Block 5, Lots 21 to 24 __ Annie Collington _.__?_..._ 1.06
R. 33.NEU. ft wide..80.Rds Block 8, Lots 21, 22 __.._ Jas. Jackson _"_"_ _..___ .82
of SEU South of Nine Mile Strip long 8V on E side ......_.-e.._._ ''14 43 28 19 3-4 Mrs. J. G. 'Bentley'' 'L.:...._._ 5.48 SEVj of :5E% of NEU _.- 35 45 32 10 Frank Cothern .___,___ .82
Canal, less Right-of-Way, S. 11, T. 43, 1 A. in W% of SWU of NWU of

I. B. 33. E%SW of Cor SWU of SEU Exc. of SWU I .. ..;' ;' NWU .-'-..-.__......_........_._..__... 35 45 32 5 Melvin Mosser ..__.._.__._ 1.12
1 .r. SEU of SE?;, less Road, S. 11, T. & NWU of SE2N : '.' ':;" WU of NE a _..?.__.._-?._.. 36 45 32 40 Frank .Cothern .__.._.____ 2.89
o 43. R. 33. of N 220 '. :" : "- All Frac ...._..__.._.....___..._.__.... 4 43 33 13. Essex investment Co. Inc 1.09
of SW SE2 ?
NEU of NE; less Road and less W405 S 4.220 :. :. ,;. ,. ',- All -._.._._....__.___.._..._.... ....___._ 8 43 33 628 Essex Investment Co. Inc. 166.05
it
: Right-of-Way, S. -15, T. 43,- R. 33. E yds 405, ft to beg & yds beg, <. ..t.. ;. : .:"y:.-.;:. .' .; All .-..... ..__._........___._.. 9 43 33 628 Essex Investment. Co.. Inc.,166.05
NWof NE; less Road and less 1065 ft W of SE Cor of ... I EA of SW% of SEU N '

Right-of-way, S. 15, T. 43, R. 33. SWU of SEU, N 220 'ds, .":.,' of 9 :Mile Canal _.._..:.._.._.. 12 43 33 4V.. Surrency ___..,........._ 1.39::
SW* of NE L less' Right-of-way, W 225 ft ( % Sec. Line) W% of SWU of SEU of .

'. S. 15, T 43 R. 33 S 220 yds E to beg _._._._ 17 43 28 149 A. H. Reed _.;............._:.....__..._... 8.69 SEU : ? 12 43 33 4% G. H. Small ....?__.._..________ 1.72
SE1'4 of 'NE'U.'leas Right-of-way, NEU Exc. Gov Rwy ___... 20 43 28 160 A. H. Reed _..:..:_..........,_.__.____ 4.88 E'4 of SEU"of"NWU"-1... 23 44 33 20 H. D. Price ____....__.....___ 1.42
S. 15 T; 43, R. 33'NEU NE% of NWU & Gov Lot NE% of NEU of SEU ...._ 27 44 33 10 Hannah Slater .___...__._.._ .94

,, of SWU, less Right-of-way 1 E of Creek .... ,_.____... 20 43 28 52 A. H. Reed _._._..______ 2,41N'4 E/4 of'NWU of SEU ._._._ 27 44 33 20 H. A. Vivian ..__..........._..._._. 1.42
and less Railroad Right-of-way, S. 15, of NEU of NWU ..__...... 26 43 28 20 :Mrs. J. M. Barfield _'_"._'" 1.12 All Exc Rd Rwy __.:......... 19 46 33 634 Charles Wilson Ward ...__ 25.94
T 43 R. 33'SEU W'h of NWU & SE'of All Exc 'Rd Rwy .._-._.:,.__ 20 46 33 634 Charles Wilson Ward .._ 25.94
: of SWJ less .Right-of-way, NWU & S% of NEU of All Exc Kd Rwy ..__.,..._._ 21 46 33 634 Charles :Wilson Ward _.._ 25.94

S. 15, T.. 43, R. 33. NWU .._-............._, _.____......_ 26 43 28 140 C. W.. Starnes-Mrs. BarE All Exc Rd Rwy _...._....__._ 28 46 33 628 Charles Wilson Ward ...._... 25.94
NEU of SEJ less IUght-of-way, c field --.............-.-:.---....-.-- 5.23 All Exc Rd Rwy ._............_ 29 46 33 634 .Charles Wilson Ward __._. 25.94
j "S 15 T. 43 R. 33. % of W of SEV'of' All Exc Rd RwyL _:..:s.i.: 30 46 :33: 634 Charles Wilson Ward "_"_' 25.94

'NWU'of'SEU, less Right-of-way, NEU ... ......_ ._ 29 43 28 10 T. C. Warren __.__...._........ 1.42 All __.._..._ _.__. _......._...__....._ 31 46 33 640 Charles Wilson Ward ..:_ 25.94
. I S. 15, T. 43, R.s3.. W'h' of SW- ? of NWU- of All ?_.__.......__.._.__...___-.- 32 46 33 640 Charles Wilson Ward ..__. 25.94

{ SWU of SE J%, less Right-of-way, SWU ..-.'.._..;._._....._._.......-.._._ 5 44 28 5 Mamie W. Waters _.........'_. 1.09E All Exc Rd Rwy _.._.....?_ 33 46 33 634 Charles ,Wilson Ward .___ 25.91
S. 15, .T. 43, R-' 33. %; of NEU of NWU of Lincoln Sq. Park No. 1 3: 47 33 .

SEU of SE*'. less' Rjght-of-wayt, N W U ....---.'-...,.-.....;_-,_.>. 8'"V 44 28 5 -Mrs.: Grace Arnold ._::!,._.._ 1.09. Block 16, Lot 43 ..-.._._.._..._ f' Charley Little- ._t':_ __':....:. .71
S. 15, T; 43, R. 33. W2,3 of SWU of SE% of '. V Block .60.; Lots 10,11 V___ 'Richard Grimes .._.____.__:..!- ,95
j Tract 8A as shown on resubdivislonplat Lincoln !Sq. Park Sd No. 2 35 47 33:
recorded in Plat Book 2, page NW'8 44 28 5 Elspeth Gillespie ."_.._?__ 1.09 Block 17, Lots 41, 42 __ E. R. Bostic ......__.._._.___ .84

"8, Hendry County Records, being in E'NW'8 4 of SWU of SEU: of 44 28 5 Elspeth Gillespie _....._._......._. 1.09 Garfield......_.._.......:...._.____.___ 5 '48 33 320 Harriet'Gulford _" 8.23
the SWU of S, 7, T: 43, R. 34. E% of SEU of SE; of ,, Park Sd .... _"_._. D 48 33 V

Farms Tract Estate 21 as Plat shown recorded, on National in Plat N W U _.-.._..._-,_........._*_.._._ 8 '44 28 5 Elspeth Gillespie .-:...._.__....? 1.09 Block 7, Lots 44, 46 .__..__ A. A. Teams ------95: :
Block 19 Lot 28 ____.__ Walter White ___ .
Harding heights Sd. __ 6 4.1 29 _,:.: ..__ .58
and Book re-subdivision 4, page 61, Lee plat County recorded Records In Lot 178 ..,-...._-,: _, ?._.._....: M. Hayes ._......._...___..:..._...___ .94 Block 29. Lots 38, 39 ._ Sarah White ._.____.._ .8 t
Plat Book 2. 68 Hendry County City of LaBelleByrd'M ._____._.__ All N of 9 ,Mile Canal & .
page East of Rd Lots 13F, .
Sd of Goodno'n. 4 43 29
Records, S. 7, T. 43, R. 34.T 32. Block 1. Lots 13, 14 ____ McWSlliamsR. ..-,....?__.____. 1.61.oodno' 14B, 15, 16B, 17B -.w..'. 7 43 34 .31 R. E. Kurtz .. .. ....___.__.__. 10.62
S% of N%. of NWU. S. 12, '43. R. Beg at a pt 655 ft E of
Sd of NE4 of
I to satisfy said decree and all costs. Block 6 ...,..._..,._...._.........___..... '4 43 20 SW Cor E 88 ft, N 80 ft, .. .
E. M. MAGAHA V ;..:.. E 43 ft.. N 65 ft. E 94 ft, ,' "
Park Place Sd ___.._..:-._ < ....' ""'".
>- SPECIAL MASTER IN CHANCERY Lots 1 to 5 8 to ,19 _..-...--.' N.. : .'.....-.....-?-..__ 2.88 N 10 ft. W 140 ft. S 55 ft, .' ":7'" .-
EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER Lots 6. 7 .:.. _: R. N. I Wet. -. :..._....-.--....---... 1.43Stewart' W 85 ft, S 100 ft to beginning ; ,... ) .'" ': "
t Miami Florida Sd .DIIlr.-33; ; _......... _...?____...._.... 14 43 .34 .' T.' J. Geiger _._._""': .'::..._._ 4.55

{. Solicitors for Plaintiff 14 __...__.___,?.-, ....?_....-. 4 ,43 20 Harlem Sd. .Tract 060xt610' .. / .
April 20-27, May 4. Lots eT'ii ._......_.:.........._.._.._ Carroll R. Christie _.__.??_ V 1.20 ft In NE'/ __._._..__ .20 43 34 ",. ,' "
leg 50 ft N of Cor Blk Block 'X, Lots-2, 3 _..____ Elbert Allen .___.._._.._.._ 3.05 i
::1 23, N 85 ,ft. E 130 ft, S Block K, Lot 4 ..........::::_ Dave Atkinson __..__ 2.49
85 ft, W 130 ft to beg _._ 4 43 29. W. H. ,Reynolds _.___._.?_, 4.70 Block K, Lots 5, 6 __ Wi A. Muldrow _.____..._ 17.25
r ADVERTISEMENTSOUTH : AI ken Sd _.___.....__.....__..._.... 4 43 29 '" Block K. Lot 7 ._.,.____::... Geo. Bickham .._.._._.._..._ 2.18 I
FLORIDA CONSERVANCY Block 42, Lots 13, 14 _.__.. Frank & Madge Cothern_ 2.57 Block K. Lot 19 ,,._.____..__ ." Floyd Tulces ....___...__ 2.18
DISTRICTTO Court IIoiiMe Sq Sd ....___..._ A 43 29. Block K, Lot 20 _....----..:._ '. Wm. Franklin _______ 2.18
Block 47, Lot.J _?._._._........_ Clifford Luckey _?_._...._ .iJ"4 Block K., Lot 22 ..._.._..___ s': Clara Donaldson ._.__.____.. 1.98
CONCERN Block 70 Exc 1 acre' in NW Block' K.; Lot 30 _..._______ ./ J, J. H. Johnson _.__...__.__: 1.98
WHOM MAY
j Take notice IT that to: House Cor LaBelle _____.._.___ f9 43 29 J. C. Jaclcman __._?_-?_ 3.18 Block L. Lots 29, 30 :'_.. .: '.':'. ,;- :. Elmer Whitfield __'__'_" 49.12
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B Bill No. 1122 pursuant by the Legislature Block 71 LaBelle .._....._......_ 9 43 29 J. C.' Jackman _..__._,_.:.:.,. -- 2.88 'RJock L. Lot 32 ? .._..__...??_._ : ""+ Elmer Whitfield _.__..__._ 16.82.
S passed Florida LaBelle Terrace. Block C... 9 43: 29 Block N, Lots 2, 3 _.,!-.......... : .:'.: Archie B. Dudley .'_"_".__ 4.49
of the State of during Block Q. Lot 1 _.... ........._._ .. ';.n. ,. Rosa Lee McMillan .__..
the Board Block H, Lots 15, 16 ?_.... Mrs. Robt Haish _._.__._...., 1.0G ? : .r 2,49
the 1941 session of ? 'V
Super College View K 43 20 Block Q, Lot 6 ......._....._.......?...-.... Elmer Whitfield ____......_.. 20.01
visors District of tHe South has caused Florida to be Conservancy Lot 7 _.. ,.....::::::::::::::=::. James Lucleey ._.___.:__.... 1.21 Block ,Q, Lot 9 "._' _. _....__.? Elmer' Whitfield _._..__..__. 2.49
pre- 13 Block Q Lot 14 _.. ........._... V Sim Coleman ..... .. .
of the bond Lots 12, .. _.. Steve Thomas ..._.._._.__._._._ 1.00 --- 2.49
;, pared a budget maintenance require- Rlvervletv Park "IZHZZI3 :). 43 29 Hooker Sd .__............--....-........ "_3 4". 34

ments ments and of the of the South Florida require-Conser- Lots 49. 50 ........_._._...._...__ R. N. Miller _..........:,.,_:_.._.___ 1.06 Lot' 17 .. .....,_......_....>......-....__.._.. Minzie 1\I. McCall:: _..._....__. f.)..48
Andrew' Add To LaBelle KV- of NEU of NWU .... ....- 21 43 34 20 Chas. N. Williams __.._ 79.08
for the
vancy 1st District day of November year, beginningthe 1945 and Park..._ ......__.........:._.....__.._.;.. JJ 43 29 E'of' SW?: of swuKV ._........ 35 43 34 20 Trustees I. I. Fund ___..._ 76.05
ending the 31st_day of October 1946 Lots '11, 12, Block 8 _...._.._... Sallie Gravely ..._ 1.31 > of NEU of NEHE ......_. 17 H1 20 Peter Gunderson _._.___.__ 1.73
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said budget among other things shows Lot 9, Block 9 .....__...._...._... V C. J. & Mattie Richards ... 1.06 ': of NWU of NEU ..__oo, 17 44 31 20 Hdward Sturgis _.._____ 1.73
the amount of debt service tax and Avnlon Place Sd ................._... R ,43 29 Wn of NEU of SWU i._ 21 41 34 20 Sarah Hughes _.._._..,.._____ 1.73
the amount of ,maintenance tax Lots 2, 3 _...___.._..:....._...... J. C. Jacl acre necessary to be levied upon per the Lot 11 .............?__..____.____.__ J. C. Jacman: ______..._. IG7 SWU of NWU _..__.__........._:.. 1 45 34 40 L. S. Remsberg ______ 2.37
lands within said District for the Fairview Sd .__.__.....___.._.... 8 43 29 NEU 'of SEU of SW 44. 25 45 34 10 Seaboard Highlands Inc. .94
\j 1045! which budget has been completed year- Lots 105 to 125 _._,' _'_"'_. < City of LaBelle ?._._.____? 2.21 E*: of SF.U of SWU -_...... 1 47 31 20 Harvey F. Cornwell .._.__ 1.20
I I : and presented to the Board and Belraont Sd _._______ 8 '43 29 I SNW1 .._......_.. ._.__........ 5 47 34 480 Voee Babcock ___.___.._...._ 12.12
placed on file in the office of the Lot 2. Block 1 .......__.._.___ City of LaBelle _?...__.._.?..... .70 All _,.,_.._.......:._..,._.._........?..:?......... r 47 34 640 Vose Babcock __..____.___ 16.00.
i Secretary of tha said District and the Lots 1, 2 Block 9 __..___ ( Donald Fussell "...._.......___.__. .78 All .-.. -...._........_..___.,....._.;:..-;.-__... 7 47 34 610 Vose Babcock ? 16.00
i same may be examined at the said Lots 1. 2: 24, Block 13 _." t Mrs. C. H. Hunnicutt _?..._ 1.11 I A\\\\\ ....::.:.. ....._.._.--..__._...-._...-- 8 47 34 640 Vose Babcock ::?==:: 16.00:
office; that the Board of Supervisors Lot 10, Block 13 ;_._.,:;_-.- W. R. Harren ..._...._.. ._.......... .82 ......_..............--_,....._.._----.- 17 47 34 480 Vose Babcock .._....___.__...... 12.12
will meet at 10:00() A. M., Thursday, Adalr'8 Add To Belmont. 8 43 29 \\1\ ..--....__......_......--.-...-.......-.....-.- 19 47 34 640 Vose Babcock _.._-:_:__ 16.00
:May 31, A. D., 1945, at the office of Lots 1 to 4 _.,-.._.....___._...,.... > \V. W Magruder __.__._.. 1.91 All ?...-..-.,..._...?...._......_.-.-._.,...-_-.. 2047 3.1 640 Vose Babcock __-.__._..:_.._ 16:0011' :
the South Florida Conservancy Dis- Ford Park Sd _._....__.___._... 8 43 29 V -..-.: ...._..........-...-..'.?...-._ .... 29 47 34 610 Vose Babcock _.____..._......__ 16.00
I \ ::: : 31 47 34 640 Vose Babcock ._. __......:..._
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trict, in Belle Glade Florida, and Sec. 4 5 .._._.......__ ThomaR' _.__...._......_. 5.t2:: : :: 16.00
1, Lots ''. ._ ,. Louis :\ll ::::::::::::= :::=::;=::=::::-- 32 47 34 640 Vose Babcock _______ 16.00
from thereafter '"
day to day as may be Sec.. 1, Lots 10, 11, 19 ._..,.._. : City of IaBelie _..._...__....., 1.67 "
necessary for the purposes of hearingobiectlons See 1, Lot 18 ._.....__,,__-___.., V ,; .', F. A. DavIs .---..._.--.--........ .94 414 & SE?+ _.......__......__...:....... 33 47 34 480 Vose Babcock -.._______. 12.12
-I and complaints., concerning Sec. 1, Lot 28 ._....______.:: ; .'. '"' -.' '. EliJa Hall -:-...-........-..:.--.....-. ..82f SJI- _..--.....,.-'..-.?....._.-.,..-..-.-.?- 2 48 34 320 Vose Babcock ._.. 8.23
v sti Dated this 6th day of April, A. D., Sec.. 1. Lot 52 ......_......?._.._ ",-, .. '; ".r, City of LaBelle ..?....._....._..__ .82 S'% ........,.'..........................-......:...w... 4 48 34 320 Vose Babcock __,_...__.__ 8.23
1945. Sec. 1, Lots 58 to 63 __._ C::." .. City of LaBelle __'__'___ 1.31 5 48 34 640 Vose Babcock _._n_..._......__ 16.00
SOUTH FLORIDA CONSERVANCY Sec. 1, Lots 64, 65 _.___?._ :' V Ruth Long .:.._...__._....;....__ 1.19 fl &-8E}_:::::::=: 6 48 34 480 Vose Babcock ___.?_._ 12.12NE :
\ DISTRICT.By Sec. 1, Lots 66 to 68 ._._, '. .: \. L. 1\1. Kitchen ___._______ 1.31 ?:, ._.-......._?-.-...._._-.-.. -a 9 48 34 Vose Babcock ...._...._.__ 4.34
R. Y PATTERSON Sec. 1, Lot 69 _.___.._.__ .', .. .uty (' Robt. Watkins __.___._ .94 All .-.-?....._.._.-........-..--..-- 10 48 34 640 Vose Babcock ___...__ 16.00
Chairman of the Board of Sec. 1, Lot 77 _?."._._._____ .: ::. .. City of LaBelle __._.__ .94 All _...-.--....-.-..........--..---....-.- 11 48 34 640 Vose Babcock __.___ 16.00
Supervisors. Sec. 1, Lot 78 .?__--._.--._.,.. :: P. Williams -....?..._-_._..,_-.__. ..82 City of ClewlMton -_.._.-...- 10 43 34
April 27, May 4. Sec. 1, Lot 79 : ____. .;,'' i. Tim Curtis ..__.._.._.:..,?_..?:.,- 1.00 Block 20 Lot 10 ...:...._____ R E. KurtzClewiston ...?-.-_..__..__ 3.99
Sec. 1, Lots 82,83, ___ "- r":< :::. H. C. Courtney _.__._.-?_ 1.10 Block 161. Lot' 31 _..___ Realty &
Sec. 1, Lots 88, 89 __?_..__ '; \-:.! : City ot LaBelle ____............. 1.19 Dev Corp. ._...._._..._._, 4.86
Block Lot 29 _.:__,. W. J. Costella ._...._ __.___ 6.94
Sec. 1, Lots 98, 99 100 101 .. .: H. C. Courtney ____...._ 1.67 176. ? ?
NOTICE OF TAX SALE FOR DELINQUENT Sec. 1, 'Lots 111, 112 _'___ : :",f. City of LaBelle .,........._____ 2.27 Block 176. Lot SO ____.:0.._._ Esther G. Hogben ____._ 6.94
1044 EVERGLADES! DRAIN- Sec. 1, Lots 121, 122 __.__... ,' V ., LizzIe Edwards _..______...__ 1.19 Block 190, Lot 4 ......?,_....._..__ 9 43 34 G. E. Etherton _...._.___?_ 4.78
.. AGE DISTRICT 'TAXEs Sec. 1. Lots 123 124 __ ;... ., Tim Curtis __...___...._.? 1.19 Block 201, Lot 33 ___- J. D. Gortatowsky _____ 4.56
Sec. 1, Lot 125 _._............__ Society __...._...____..._____ .94 Block 202, Lot 1 _..:_.__ 9 43 34 C. L. Arbuthnot ....____ 4.66 '
I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that See 1, Lots 126 to 158 ,;.... :'. ,. CIty of LaBelle ..__.____,___ 2.38 Block 204 Lot 8 _"_"?,''_ A. J. Anderson ___..___....._. 6.11
4 !fA all lands delinquent on June 1, 1945 Sec. 2, Lots 1 to 165 ___._ V CIty of LaBelle ..__...._..__._ 2.52 Block 207. Lots 17, 18 ..._. D. K. Plank ...._-.._.__ 43.90
for non-payment of EVERGLADES ItoMenberry'x Sd of NAV'/i of Block 354, Lots 27, 28 _.L:_ 16 43 34 T. H. Jones Sr. _...._..___._ 56.17
DRAINAGE DISTRICT taxes for the NWV ._....... ... -..--.... 8 43 20! Block 355, Lot 22 _..?..._._ J.V.. Supthen ...._.?..__._._.._ 2.75
year of 1944, or so much thereof as Lots 3 to 6, Eac that part Block: 355, Lot 24 .__..._...__' J. D. Gortatsky __...,_....__ 2.75
may be necessary to pay the amount Lot 3 SE of St. Hwy No. Block: 356. Lots 18 to 22 _.,. J. D. Gortatsky ....._....._._.__ 11.88
,, due for taxes on said lands for said | 25 ...............,_._........._.-_.- :: 18 1.Iahalll. S. Royer _.._.._:,._.._. 4.70 Block 350. Lot 44 ......_.........- J Margdret Buttemer .........._.._ 2.79
year, together with the cost of sale I RR Rwy of Sta. & Termin-- Block 358, Lots 15 to 17... 15 43' 34: Albert H. Leitner ._....__ 10.21
'specified in the laws governing said al Grounds in ___._?_ 8-9 43 29 SAL Ry Co. Assessed by Block 358 Lot 19' E. A. Cad ell __._....._.....__-_... 5.18
District, will be sold at public auction I Comptroller ____.___....... 10.77 Block 359; Lots .2.Cohn: : W. Hepworth Est ... 4.01
beginning at twelve o'clock noon on Englewood Terrace Sd.._ 8 43 29. Block: 3fiO, Lots ??.- Realty & i
the 1st day of June 1945, at the front I Sec. A. Lots 6, 7 _.-_.-_?_.._ 'V.M: Don ton .___.._.. ..__ .70 ". ; '.", Dev. Corp. _.__._......_..__,..__ 5 47
door of the Court House in the Cityof Sec. B, Lot 1 ..........__.___- .. '" f3' Mrs. Ella n. Bryan ......_..... .82 Block SfiO, Lots 32, 33 _._. .:'.: :" Mrs. O. F. Galloway ....._.._.. 6.38 r
LaBelle, Florida, and continuing, Sec. B, Lots 2 to 4 ..:._.___ '. w. C. Evans -._.___..__...__.._ .32 Block: 3fiO. Lots 44, 45 ......... ': o'. Stokes Murphy ._.....,,__.._.._. 10.10
I until f'aidlaic: Is completed. Sec. B, Lots 9 to 150 _..._._ ; ,. 1V. C. Evans ....__._..__......_ 1.17; Block 363, Lot 19 _.._._...... ". ',. Mrs. Maude C. Anderson _. 14.35
A complete list of such delInquent Sec. C; Lot 139 ......_.._.____ 1'-*'' Mgt Bonton ._........._..........._.__ .70 Block 365. Lot 24 .._.._... __ .:, Exter nll.llngCo.: ?...._....__. 3.15
land;; is available for public inspection Sec. D, Lots 1 to 38 ..?__ y, '. RR 'Rwy Assessed by Block 869!l. Lot 10 .____._,. ,! Ralph S. & Ruth Bond ...... 5.03
during;: the business hours at the office Comptroller _..._....._...,..... 3.18 TUock: 372.: Lot 15 _.:....___... A. J. Thiolen ..__._......_..._.._. 7.00
of the Tax Collector for the Coun-- Sec. D, S\- of 84 to 113 & Block 377, Lots 13, 14 -.__ L. L. ShirleyElmer .-.-.......-.-:...._....-... 33.88
ty of Hendry in the Court House at S% of 115 to 120 & 114 SAL RR Co. Assessed by Block 381 Lot 3 ___....__.. A. Erickson -.._..._._.. 2.36FRIDAY
LaBplie, Florida and Inquiries .' Comptroller _........__......._.:... 2.27 Block 407, Lot 12 ?__..._.._._ V Clewiston Realty & 1
land included in, said as to Sec. D, Lots 121 to 150 _, SAL RR Co. Assessed by Dev. Corp. ....._.__._.,_.__._.._. 3.6G

by mail or by telephone delinquent. in list, Comptroller ___................_ 1.19 Block 411 Lot 4 _..._._....__._.? Joseph E. Elder ____.___._ 3.36
4 during business hours or person, Sec. C, Lot 20 _..._?__ Mgt. Donton _.._.__....___......,.... ,70 Block 412. Lots 26 27 _-_... Aaron D. Frances __'__'''__'' 4.1a
answered by the office will of be said tully Sec I, Lot 1 ......._...._.._?...._.._ 1\lrs. E :1. Heroy ._........_.__. ,56Iluckey'N Block 422 Lots 2'7, 28 __ City of Clewiston __._...___ .59 i
Collector Taxi Sd of E / of NEV4- Block 448 Lot 24 ___._._.. Beatrice Jacobs --_- 5.06
'j i, of NE'/i _.,...._____.._._.....__._ 17 432ft Block 495 Lot 8 .?..?_.- ..... 16 43 34 J. W.. Dougherty ....._.-. 11..9
I R. N. MILLER Block 1, Lots 8, 9. 12, 13 Stafford Luckey _?__._..__ 1.43 Block 495, Lot 14 .._..._.____ Claud 'L. Beckett: .... .. 3.44
Tax County.Collector of Hendry Block 1, Lots 14, 15 .__:__.... Joe Carver _...._,..__............_:.,.._. .91 Block 495, Lot 1C ._....._.._ C. M. Allan ...__...._........___ a.6
May 4 11 Florida Block 1. Lots 21, 22, 25, 26 Stafford Luckey __...._............ 1.43
18. 25. Block 3, Lots 3 to G _._....__ Ray C. Hull ..._?_...._.........__....._ 1.19 1
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<:. EIGIIT THE CLEWISTON NKWS FRIDAY, MAY 4, 10{ i5

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tachment | night in the patio of the Clewiston Miss Margaret Love and Principal Alabama.

Local Sergeant Wednesday, Town Team vs. Riddle i Inn in Clewiston. The theme of Bullock. | Rawls predicts a great future for

Gets DistinguishedUnit Field. I "An, Old Fashioned Garden," 'was ', Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Brahmans in that part of the South,
Thursday, Clewiston, Moore Haven ;I(carried out in the decorations, prin-: Dennis Small. Bill I Maddox, R. E. stating that people are on his place
Badge High vs. Clewiston High. cipally! an assoitmenl!: of garden Hamrick, Bandleader David Kelton,'almost daily to see the. animals,
i Thursday; Moore Haven, Town : flowers. I I I Carolyn Howard who is president of Durrance reports.
Team vs. PWD. I The program was presented while the ninth grade and Stanley Willis j Rawls had nome experience with .;

TRAINCENTER. Friday-No game scheduled. I the banquet was in progress. The;:I who is president of the tenth. | grade Brahman cows last summer,

I I II invocation was given by Principal, The girls appeared in evening the calves from which brought $10
:wished Unit Badge for "outstand- Two Initiated Into I E. J. Bullock with the rest of the,, dress, the boys wore business suits. to $15 more than others. Better
I
8ng unit performance against the' program as follows: j 1 1I I I Tiny bouquets and place cards were I milking qualifies in the Brahman

caneEiy" was recently David C. awarded Graves, 24 to, Eastern Star ChapterMoore I Bouquets Presented, Toastmaster i iCarlsna | at individual seats. females, he says, makes for a definite -
:Staff Sergeant : !- Blount. I L This is the last month of school, Improvement in the size and
wf Clewiaton, Fla Thn presentationwas I Bouquets Accepted-Virginia Wal- and graduation exercises will beheld vitality of the offspring. This year
made at iniprpcsive retreat Haven Democrat) dron. | on Friday night, June 1. I he is trying Brahman bulls on grade
the Infantry Moore Haven resi-
ceremonies held at I Two former
I Forget-Me-hots-Robert Snyder. cows of other breeding.
Center Installation Elsie Nail and Mrs. j I i I
an Mrs.
Conversion Training dents.. I! Blackeyed Susians and Sweet Wil-:
and of Clewiston, : Registered Brahman -
of the Replacement Christine Wainwiight liams Aboard.-Mae Collier. [
I: After '
hearing
Command which is com- initiated into the Eastern Starat I a report from the -
Training were
.. The Garden and the Gardeners -I Bulls Used ForExperimental j Elks investigating committee and
a
manded by Brigadier General L. C'i J a meeting of the local chapter Dahlia Hisler. I conference with
I
I Tuesday evening making a total of officials of the
Jaynes. |!I Speech-Dr. C. E. Weaver.
Breeding Florida
Crippled Children's
I i Commission
The Distinguished Unit Badge. twenty-one members added to the ,1 Roses-
Garden of Old Fashioned directors
was -created in World War II as a chapter rolls since the first of this I of tho Elks' HarryAnna'
High School orchestra.
I home for crippled' children
tribute: to those units which have year. I Daisies Won't Tell-Dennis Small. BRIGHTON, April 26-(Special) at Umatilla decided to
keep the institution '
I
displayed great courage in action. The secretary read a letter from I Farewell Song-Jl1n.ors.: -Registered Brahman bulls from .
open.Messages
'The conditions for awarding the the Worthy Grand Matron stating j The menu consisted of Sunshine Florida .are showing "phenomenal

Badge are very strict and requires a''' that the Moor" Haven Chapter had I fruit cup, celery and olives, lettuce I.I development" on the farm, of R. A., by teletype may be received -

performance by a unit comparable'to led all chapters! in the state in the and tomato salad,- remoulade sauce,.I Rawla, Massilon, Ala., according to by a plane in flight, according

an individual performance which I' collection of coupons for financing :entree, roast hen, dressing, giblet 1T.! J. Durrance, ;Jr., local Brahman' experiments reported by AVIATION -

'Would result in an award of the Distinguished -t expenses of thr. Grand Chapter and i I gravy, green beans sliced beets, hot j breeder. Calves from the Brighton I NEWS magazine. Chief usefulness -
Service Cross. The members -. ,in appreciation she sen* a beautiful pie. 'I ranch have been placed at Massilon. lies in substituting mechan-
bread, iced tea and apple ...
of the cited unit are authorized white-bound Bible for the chapter ,j I for experimental breeding in the ical for manual ;reception while
to wear the badge and 'the unit itself altar. This Bible was presented'! On, the senior class roll are Lela I famous "Black Belt" section of I aloft.Mack's :

is allowed to place a special with an approlriate:; talk by C. M.:.Delaney Evelyn Guy, Doris Ketring,.
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,citation streamer on its battle flag. Pirkle through Mrs. G. E. Etherton, June Kirkus, Virginia Waldron,
:Martin Fortson, Ham and L. I
Inaddition to the Distinguished chairman of the coupon drive, to the I Elston
Unit Badge, Sgt. Graves also wears chapter. J. Nobles.: All were present but
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Nobles who is in the Navy but who
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the Combat Infantryman's Badge ,
Refreshments were served and a
Stars Para- will be graduated in absentia. Drug StoreI
three Bronze Battle social period enjoyed following the !
tiooper's wings and the Good Con- meeting. Juniors present v/ero Carlena

duct Medal. I Blount, Dahlia Hisler, Alma Sir-
Mrs. J. H. Goodsen oi St. Peters- r
At present, Sgt. Grates is an Instructor mans, Mae Collier, Louise Dees,
visitor at the meeting. '
burg a
at the Infantry Conversion was Edith May, Mildred Rennolds Margaret -I '-
Training Center where he is teach- ---- Wimberly, Neely Davis, Wil-i )Prescription Service -

ing new replacements the vital lessons LaBelle Junior-Senior 'liam (Bill) Jackman, Herbert Murray -I ,

which he learned in combat Fred Taylor, Merton Howard '
Here 7 A. M. -11 P. M.
with the 82nd Airborne Division. Banquet FridayHendry and Robert (Bob) Snyder. t :
Sgt. Graves entered the Army in Members of the faculty attendingwere

Sept., 1940, and has served overseas ( County News) Mis. Jncoba Hamrick, Mrs.,
for 25 months seeing action in North The Junior-Senior banquet, hon-!!, Elizabeth Maddox, Mrs. Irma DeLaney -I PHONE 20

Africa, Sicily and Italy. His wife, oring the graduating class of La- I Mrs. Nell H. Jackman, Miss I

:firs Margaret S, Graves, lives in Belle high school was held Friday 1 I Edith Magill, Miss Josephine Poor, I -
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Clewiston, Fla. ---- -
The Distinguished Unit Badge

was presented to Sgt. Graves by
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Colonel John H. Manning, Com- .

manding Officer of the Infantry '

'Conversion Training Center. I '


Harry Knight Wins T ; with Air Conditioning : : : ,: "


Promotion In Navy -

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TJ. S Naval Air Station, Jackson- \ '
vllle, Florida-April' 3 -Harry R. 0 e e '. ., "e e ; : ; .. d.1'; ;

Knight, Jr., Clewiston, Fla., recently ;:

: graduated from the Aviation Store- ; ': .
"keeper's school here and was pro- < :: -: : .
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moted to Aviation Storekeeper Third ; .,., v!. : '"- : .
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Class in the U. S. Navy. NERO scalawag hut lieck YWi&
:; < was a .. : 15'T' !f -t.r.;
the June 12, 1943, OLD .
Entering Navy J (l : : %
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... .;'I".; when he' saw it! ;
lie received his recruit training at a_ good. thing trrt->\''''

:Great Lakes, Ii:., later being trans- .&\ ..",...,.' he have fiddled while Rome burned, he : &&'>f!& .
: ,. ci Though may I ;;r. I
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ferred to the Naval Air Technical ; \
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." -1' comfortable R .
'" cool and
'Training Center here. "' made sure his palace was ..
Knight is now a qualified Aviation : ) i ::, 1J
with Air Conditioning .: -i
Storekeeper and will probablysee :s. .'' !o. .Q : :
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service with a Naval Air Unit. ffl--: :. t
,." ,:..r&; r0', :.. _:oct":. Those old Romans kept the, air moving with slave- i.\f..' ?.
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,.. :".".-.'... '. .: ;'<' miniature waterfalls over the '.. : "
Diamond Ball ScheduleFor J. : :-1"1ri';' powered fans ran \

their villas to ward off the ..,
Next Week :2 \ roofs and walls of summer j. .
r .S r.i
heat of the sun packed subterranean vaults with ( ,, ".
{ : ; '
The schedule of diamond ball -;::<_ ;: snow and ice hurried down from the mountains by j .
'league games for the coming week ,
that cool air rose through the ,Y
of
is as follows. : relays runners, so

Tuesday, Clewiston, Moore Haven.: --!:r. stout ducts to the rooms above made the air ire.and "
j High School vs. U. S. Sugar Cor- .. *- ** -* *** & ;;
Jf."
poration. "-;. sweet with crushed herbs.thrtiu .

Tuesday, Moore Haven, Clewiston Sj ..
High School vs. Prisoner of War De- -: }"..<' scientific Air Condi canweather"
,.,... -.
-. ----- -- ---- ..- : f switch to
of s
,; Y iirnwoii a at the flip a : .
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homes offices hotels, tt atres, .
,-ran'. needs** In our ,
\ T S""&' *&&* & **"*" '
I :'fi.Y i" fur and industrial plants we can hay< Veathejv"YT !'

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/' '" it-
1 Clewiston as we it when we want


i Conditioning must be planne

: ; F. individual% structure to assure maximum efficiency,

Golf Course 1 owest possible operating cost and lasting service. The .

: .'.1' 1 in with
Belcher Industries invite you to come your

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