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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 11, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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U" THE CLEWIS TON NEWS 1






, VOLUME 16-XUMBER 35 CTLEWISTON .FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1945 'SUBSCRIPTION-$2.50 PER YEAR




r f'f VE Day Celebrated- Killed Two Riddle Thursday Cadets -( Ferris Says Florida Cane



Night At Belle Glade
I Growers Ready To Add


: T Two Riddle Field cadets, H. Bow

In Clewiston ley-Booth of England and T. W.
Very Quietly Calderhead of Scotland were killed Materially To AcreageSeniors

L I instantly during last Thursday night .. : '-"
-
when their training plane crashed 0 ----r
IiI i 0- .i near the Experimental Farm in Belle I

: : Special Programs Are Junior Class Will Glade while on a routine ngiht I Are :Guests But Wish To Be Freed

II .
training flight.An
I Given By School Sponsor Dance Here investigation has been madeof Of Kiwanis Club At \From Governmental

the accident by Riddle Field officials -
! i
And Churches Saturday NightThe but the cause of the crash has.. Meeting WednesdayThe I RegulationsThe

010'I not been announced if determined.The .

' ., bodies of the cadets, both I jfollowing telegram was received
'I Clewiston celebrated V-E Day very Junior Class of Clewiston member of the Senior Class

..>' quietly but with much the same ,High School is sponsoring, a Junior members of Course 2J, were taken ot 1945. of Clc'viston High School at noon"today by J. E. Beards-
r. confusion which was' created 'ev ry- to Arcadia and funeral services were were guests 'of the Kiwanis Club 3t ley, independent cane grower and
and Senior dance Saturday, May held there Saturday morning at the secretary: of the Chamber, of Commerce -
Press the
where by the Associated report weekly meeting at the Inn
Park Audi-
19, at the Sugarland
sent out Monday morning be- 'RAF burial plot attended by Wing Wednesday evening. from Mr. Ferris:
torium.
:: fore official sanction was given. The midnight curfew has now been Commander C. 'W. Lindsay, other Bruce Beardsley, only boy in the J. E. Beardsley, '.

, 1 Some places .of business closed lifted and the dance will be held RAF officials at Riddle Field and' !. class not now in service, introducedthe Clcwiston, :Fla.

t. immediately after this first announcement a large group of cadets from the group: June Dunaway, Parmelia A special committee House of
from nine p. m., until!! two a. m.
; and remained ,closed through Music will be furnished by the field. I Bourne, Doris Poole, Betty Town- Representatives,. investigating food

:' Monday. Others awaited the formal RAF cadet orchestra from Riddle send, Betty McDuffie, Margaret Williams -I shortages in response to my ,ileahave

.'; proclamation made by President Marilyn Davis and each, as offered asistance to Florida
Field and admission will be $1.00
" Truman and Winston Churchill at'f' : for servicemen' and ?1.50 for civil- MINUTES OF MAY introduced. spoke a few words to I Sugar producers in obtaining, quickly -

''f' j> nine o'clock Tuesday morning and tell their plans for the future, after fertilizer, cultivating, harvestingand

\ then took their V-Day holiday.But I ians.This is the first time that a dance graduation. B-uce also named the I ;processing. machinery and labor -

this was the only celebrating has been planned for some time MEET INC BOARD three members of the class now in required in connection with

, done by Clewiston residents who, I running past midnight and the service, 'Sherwood Hall in the Army coming crop. If you wish to avail

like residents of moss other com-I and Richard Pave and Horace Brownin yourself of this offer suggest you,
school classes that there
are hopeful
munities felt that the time for great t CO. COMMISSIONERS the Navy. send at once to me at 1026 '16th St.,
will be a big crowd and a big time.
1 rejoicing, should not come until the I I X. AV., Washington 6, D. C., or to

I Pacific war is also wen I I Hon. Dwight Rogers, M. C., old

, The school did not dismiss Tues- Following are the minutes of the I RED CROSS TO LET I House Office Cldg., ;Washington, a
. '" day morning and held its V-Day,!NEW OIL WELL AT regular monthly meeting of the list of jour requirements. Please

i board of c&unty commissioners held I pass this on to other growers.
: program at, one o'clock after which
, students were dismissed. Bruce SUNNILANDMAYBE at the court house. Anong the more' FAMILIES KNOW WHEN\ Josiah, Ferris, Jr.

L ,Beardsley acted as master of ceremonies -'II important items of business disposed -

": '& for the, program. The invocation of, besidss making a count of Josiah Ferris, Jr., representingthe

was given by; Rev. H. R. Bag-] HEAVY PRODUCERHumble cattle which was reported in last POWS\ ARE LIBERATED in United States, Sugar Corporation
: Washington told the house food
well, a flag salute was'given' by the week's! issue, of the News, was a i I I '
assembly and the singing of the I motion which was carried to senda II I shortage committee there Wednesday -

Star Spangled, Banner followed. Ai delegation to Tallahassee for the The, following telegrams' were received that Florida sugar producers

Scripture reading was given by Rev. Oil and Retmmg Company purpose of securing financial aid Wednesday by Mrs. R. 'Y. Pat- are ready and willing to increase

\ H. Meador brief officials with headquarters at Tam- for and finished construction sugar production to relieve the
C. followed by a ] repairs terson, chairman of the Clewiston
pa made public the information the Devil's Garden road before shortage if' unhampered by, federal
address American Red
by W. C. Owen. on I Chapter, Cross concerning -.I -
Mr. Owen reminded the students!I Tuesday that :their new test well the legislature now in session the usa of the Red Cross by 1 regulations.

that ,the cessation of hostilities, in i No. 4 at Sunniland, 35 miles southof and the drafting of a resolution, to the War ,Department to notify I He told the committee that state'

Europe was a good time to stop and LaBelle in Collier' County, gave be used in petitioning required help. families of l liberated prisoners producers; large ,and small,' can Increase -:

take stock-to determine what we evidence of being a "big producer." Here{'are, the minutes, : war in Europe and she'has-asked: that' production by 125,000 acres
": still in still The depth then was 11.549 feet. II I and '450,000 tons,, of sugar ,and_proI -
face of
disposing :a MINUTES OF MAY: 1, 1945 they be published with a possibilitythat
'' formidable And They would make no estimate of vide jobs for '78,125, persons. giving
enemy, Japan. even the instructions will give helpto I
The Board of County Commissioners -
:'the producing but preference 10 .
this great victory is.no occasion for well's capacity; of who exsorvjcemen.Florida's "
o'He'ndry'.County Florida' 'con- some family tt>:.:county "
officials said that wells of this type ability: c to produce large _
celebration. He sounded the
key- have-had relaUres'ln the Ger-
on- may; I
vened in session Tuesday, "
note of President Truman's' addressof usually yielded 50 to 80 barrels of regular quantities of sngar ecoiiomically ,has
man prison :
camps
May 1, 1945, at the courthouse in '
'
long been pointed 'li
'"Work oil an, hour. out re, but
the morning, work and .
LaBelle, Florida, with the following Responsibilities of army in car-
producers ,have felt that the
more work" at our various tasks to The company's prepared statement I sugar
I' members present: Chairman J. O. ing for liberated prisoners of war'I I control act, which could be used
!
reads'in '
"An
bring the remainder of the war to part: accurate
Davidson. Charles E. Miner R. B. and arrangingtransportation to
at
l time
to cut
a successful conclusion at the earliest -, estimate of the producing 'capacity any acreage, prevented -
States
United
Waldron, A. 0. Evers and Asa simultaneously with '
possible moment. He also congratulated -] of this well cannot be, made until I I expansion of the industry, considerably
Townsend together with H.. A, Rider, other, military duties prevent war nvhlle' this law remained
'
the children on the splen- further tests have been checked but
attorney, and William T. Hull, department notifying all families on the books.
did showing they had made in the this is a real nil well." clerk. promptly of prisoner's liberation.War .
,
> 'war' bond drive. Humble began its search for oil Department agrees that Red I I "Several groups of producers in
Messrs. Marlin ana Joe Hilliard
I Florida
are willing to aid in immediate
Mr. Owen's talk was in Florida two Oil -
followed by years ago. was Cross notify families of men in t
the Lord's Prayer by Carolyn'Thomp- found in the No. 1 Sunniland at appeared before the Board in regardto Europe requesting this service and I| expansion, of sugar produc
a previous motion authorizing the tion," Ferris told the committee.
son the Service Men's 'Prayer by 11,626 feet. The company thus won process inquiries under certain conditions "
counting of cattle, stated they
range "The
Edith Long and "The Unknown the state award of $50,000 offeredfor Liberated POWs unable to Florida Co-operative Sugar

Soldier" by' Louise Prewitt. After the first, producing oil well in were agreeable to having their cat I send cables to families may request Association of Belle Glade is composed -
tle counted out in the pasture but
of 100 of the ablest and most
; the, singing of God Bless America by the state. The award was divided field directors send notification of
were opposed to having their cattle successful l
farmers in the Ever- i
I. the the between the state universities.
assembly program was closed two I I liberation. National headquarterswill
t ;;; with a benediction. by Rev. T. J. Humble No 4 was begun Oct. penned and put through chute receive lists through commer- glades. They own or control 25-
for and after discussion it
counting 000 acres of the best soil in the
Durrence. 31, 1944, and last week reached 'a cial cable Cacilities'and telegraph
decided that the Tax Assessor
was ,
world"tort sugar cane.
, f At eight o'clock Tuesday evening depth of 11,171 feet in, anhydriteand could get a count this way. chapters. Wnen requested _Red

, \ the Baptist Church was filled to lime without sign of, oil. Four H. L. Long made a "report on the 'Cross will also secure welfare reports "They have signed an ,agreement it
' hundred feet deeper and a pool of atEuropean to proceed with, this development
':: (Continued on Page 8) courthouse repairs, stated that he on families for men held '
high grade oil was struck. immediately upon receipt of the
!
centers: awaiting
had to finish but transpor-
te hoped by today; I'
Discovery of a heavy producingoil tation. Cannot guarantee delivery necessary permission from'various
.
: PWD Takes Defeat had two or three days more work. .
well is vital. news to thousandsof these reports. Men may be enroute. governmental l agencies.
the
The minutes of April meet-
But Still Tops Floridians who have leased mil- ing was read and upon motion by Such liberated POWs have priorityfor I I "This co-operative could produce
lions of acres for exploration pur- return to United States. 75 t'l.100 thousand tons of sugar
Evers, seconded by Miner called and Natioll-I
, t:: Softball League. poses in many counties to numer- carried, the minutes were approvedas al headquarters, will each year.
,:: ous oil companies. Both Humble ters all information available regarding "There is mother
sugar
read.H. co-op-
:$ ; : ,
.. '
Although: the Prisonei of War De- (Continued on Page 8) liberated POWs requesting (Continued on Page 5) ,
1 L. Johnson, County Agent appeared ;;
.. ., tachment took a shellacking, 14-4 i before the Board and stated notification or inquiry. Chapters I
; from the Clewiston High School this Dance Ban Lifted that he was going to Take 4-H club should not inquire about men Musical Harts Will

week it is understood that they still boys -to Gainesville for the agricul- thought or known to be liberated 1 I
For Cadet ClubThe since no facilities exist to obtain in- Close Successful "
have a firm grip on first place in tural short course and asked that
formation. Identical service plan-
the soft-ball league 'standings. the Board share part of the expenses
n ned for liberated prisoners of allied Revival Sunday NightRev.
In other games the Sugar Corporation dance ban which has been and the following motion was.
nations having relatives this
coun-
rr,: took two from Moore Haven observed for the past month was made: Motion by Ergs secondedby : -- "
try Chapters must give immediate
1 to 0 and 9 to 0 and Riddle lifted this week!: by F-L S. Boddington Waldron that Mr. Johnson be allowed H. R. Bagwell, pastor of the
personalized service to notificationsand
Field won from the'Town Team 6-0. Adjutant, Riddle, Field. In I $20.00 for such expenses. Assembly of God Church of South
inquiries. No Inquiries shouldbe
t: Individual high batting averages I spite of a rather small turn out on Motion carried. Clewiston stated this morning that
sent War Red
are as follows: Wednesday evening of this week the Motion by Townsend seconded by Department or the most successful revival which
Cross. Letter follows-
;: Ab. H. A'\'e. dancing was thoroughly enjoyed by I II I Evers that .a delegation be, sent to Anne Council J I has been underway at his church

J __ Collins (RF) 19 10 .526 !I the Cadets and hostesses who were I II l Tallahassee to try ,and get some Director Home Service and is- now in the third week, will
:, present. financial aid on the Devil's Garden close with the Sunday night serv
Hallock (RF) 18 9 .500 I! The preceding telegram came from
I. ,,' 'McLeod I Next Wednesday evening, May road and to check into legislation ice. The music of the "Musical
(CHS) 19 9 .474 the Atlanta office and later in the
', BIshop (MHHS) 20 9 .450 II 16th, the regular cadet orchestra I r along this line. Motion carried. day the following one was receivedby Harts" and the spiritual messages

I ,' I..isi (RF) 14 6 ,.429 I will be present and the regular Motion by Evers seconded by : Mrs ,Patterson from John C. Wil- brought by Rev Doyle Hart, have

, Feldman (RF) 13 5 .385'[weekly dances will be icsumed. It Townsend that the bills be paid as district brought out record-breaking crowds
It: Spudic (PWD) 13 5' ,385 i|I is naturally hoped that many of the read. Motion carried. Commis- son manager: 'I each evening during the revival and
War Department has agreed use r
'
tf{, McLendon (USSC) 16 6 .375 I i town girls will be'pre3ent to revive sioner Waldron reported that he had Red Cross to notify families of pris- much spiritual good is believed to

t' : Hare (USSC) 11 4 .363 the theme, of these dances which been around the lake two" or three have been accomplished.
oners of war' liberated in Europe
ll',' Harben (CHS) ; 24 8 .333:'I have proved so popular in the past. times and had not been able to secure (Continued on Page 8) In addition to thp splendid revival ,

'f/, WrIght (TT) 12 4 .333 a drag line. crowds, Rev. Bagwell reportsa '
:::'.', Beardsley (CHS) ._ 22 7 .318 1 Group of Negroes RESOLUTIONWHEREAS record attendance at Sunday
P.-T. A. To Hold School last Sunday of 128 and Is i
t, "- Thielen (USSC) 13 4 .308 \ There is an urgent
Team averages are as follows: Called To Blanding and immediate need of repairs and urging everyone to come. to' this
Last
Riddle Field 203 60 .296 finished construction of what is Meeting Of service on the coming Sunday in an

Clewiston High 228 63 .276 On V-E DayTwo commonly known' as the Devil's School Year effort to reach an attendance of 150.A .

U. S. S. C. 141 33 .234 Garden Road *n Hendry County special Victory Day service was i
Florida said road roughly describedas -- held at this church Tuesday nighb
PWD ,
157 33 .210 negroes, Joe Lee Williams I I
M. H. H. S. 196 41 .20'9 transfer from Haynesville, Ala., and follows, to-wit: The Clewiston Parent-Teachers prior to the regular service and a
I Association ''will have the last meet- packed house was 'in attendance. "
Town Team' Beginning at the Northeast cor-
160 32 .200 Jesse Lee Call way, a transfer from
"The PWD has won six and lost two Tunlcla, Miss. were sent by the local ner of Section"- 9, Township 43 South, ing of this school year on Tuesday Rev. Bagwell participated in both
Clewiston I Range 32 East, thence along the' evening 8:00 o'clock, In the school services.
a games, High; has won five selective_ service board to Camp
and lost three; USSC has won four Branding Tuesday for pre-induction east line of Sections 9, 16, 21, 28, auditorium. All parents are urgedto The pastor announces a special

and lost three; Riddie Field has physical examinations. 33, 'Township '43 South. Range 32 attend this meeting and to hear Mother's Day service for the coming

t wci four and lost three; Town Team, Three ,others were sent for induc- East, Sections 4, 9, 16, 21,.. 28, 33, I the Rythm Band composed of students Sunday morning and special recognition -

has won three and lost five and tion: Otis Tommy Radford,., Sammy Township 44 S., Range 32 E; Sections of the first and second grades will be given to the mothersof

Moore Haven won one and lost Lee Williams and Clinton James 4, 9, 16, 21, 28, 33, Township I under the direction of Misses service men and women attend
f
: seven. I I Goshen. I (Continued on Page 4) dred Aubry and June Barker. l\1U-j ing this service.

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\ THE CLEWISTON NEWS 1 FRIDAY, MAY 11, 104U5

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ItUTH CLASS HOLDS I Mrs. H. C. Meador gave the de church' will be open the entire day are cordially invited to attend'; Wednesday -I goal has been set for $3,000 for the
ItEGULAK MEETING votional. Others taking part were for those. who wish to visit for offering night prayer meeting; Thursday day. Make your plans to attend.
I Mrs. Fred Sikes, Mrs. E. M. Cor- personal prayers in line with night study of manuel; Fridaythe !

'Tie Ruth class of the First Bap- nette, Mrs. W. A. Montgomery, Mrs. President Truman's proclamation of regular program meeting. {
Sunday as a National Day of Prayer. G. A.'s meet at the church Wednesday \
ttjjt?; Church met at the home of Mrs. W. J. Robinson, Mrs. B. L. Ingram
Pred Sikes on Friday evening for I Mrs. Jack Himrod and Mrs. T. L. I I at 3: 45. Sunbeams will not|' F. Deane Duff i i

iiltEir! regular monthly business and Tan ler. You are cordially invited. to worship meet any more until after, school is 5%
ss(5iial'meeting.. I The 'president, Mrs. E. M. Cor- with us 01 this coming Sunday out. \ REGISTERED REAL ESTATE
the business which Is Mother's Day. Let us Wednesday night we are continuing BROKER
nette, presided over
:1\lr3. W. R. Rroadrick had charge i which the meetingwas worship somewhere in,. honor of I the study of the Book of 2 Cor GIRd .,
after Headry
meeting, and Palm Beach
F. Serson
{ G.
Mrs.
of't'he I
meeting. closed with a prayer by Mrs. Mothers God. Special recognitionwill inthians. This is proving a very interesting -I County Land for More Than
Vho gave the devotion, chose as her and al 2JBOOKKEEPING Yearn '
I Robinson. be given the mothers study and you are urgedto
tid4ag. the fifteenth chapter ofFi0wevbs. corsage of flowers will be given to attend. Read the 2nd chapter for

? Mrs. Fred Topper led in FIRST .BAPTIST CHURCH the oldest and youngest mothers this next week Bring your friends. I

1t 'jer. Three interesting readings I Mender, Pastor I II present. May 20th is Homecoming Day at "
H. C.
=
Were given: "Prayer, by Miss Alice our church. We will celebrate' our III
I Rev. A. D. Dawson, assoclatlonal
kerr: : "As Long as There Are. I II seventh birthdayll membel's.former II SERVICE
:teomes," by Mrs. Sikes, and "When I "THE SINGING CHURCH"Sunday I missionary, will be the guest speaker t
Mrs. W. I School-9:45 a. m. i at the evening service and will show members and friends are. Systems Supervision Reports 'ff'
Was A Girl, by .
Grandma
Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. 'I pictures of the work he has been cordially Invited to spend the day :Financial StatementsFor '
A. Montgomery. f Training Union-6:45 p. m. I doing In other places. This will with us. We. will have out-of-town Details Write, '
II II
After short business session, speakers to bring the .
a messages.There'
Evening Woiship-8:00 p. m. prove a very Interesting service and O. O. CRAMERBox
Wed.-8:00 m. anticipating full house. will be a'picnic dinner spreadat .
Prayer Service p. we are a 1317 ClewistonGULF
I Usual services on Sunday and the This coming week will be Y. W. A.I noon. All offerings the day
A social hour was then enjoyed Focus Week. Monday night .will go for the building fund and a I

rand refreshments of cookies andcoffee Coast Railwaywill study of the Y. W. A. manuel; Tues ,
The Florida East - -------- - ------
were served to Mrs. Hodges, I receive a total of 15 new Diesel day night a mother-daughter party.: t : 'r"d,
Mrs. Floyd Andrews, Mrs. Montgomery locomotives. during the next two: Members ,of the W. M. S. and all

Mrs. Broaderick, Mrs. E. E. I months. girls of the church 16 through 25 .; ; .. LIFE r 'j i INSURANCE f t i .' CO.-.
R el1y, Mrs. W. J. Robinson, Mrs. I I
wed Topper, Miss Kerr, Mrs. Leon 'G. Nottingham, Agent

13embr ,- Mrs. Loy Duke, Mrs. A. H. I 1 NOTICE I Box:: 0527Clewlston ; >

King, Mrs. 'John Plttman, Mrs. A. I I ;Florida .
tt Torhert, Mrs. William Parrish and I Ceftt' ,
following,: described lands or so much
Mrs. Serson. Notice Is hereby given that the I
I ,
II thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for Diston Island Drainage
I District .Taxes as herein set opposite to the same together with the coat of '
\ff. )f. S. HAS MONTHLY i such. sale and advertising, will be sold at public auction on Friday, the first I
: day of June A. D. 1945 at eleven o'clock A. M., at the Court House 'door in the I
:MEETING: AT CHURCH City of LaBeUe.County\ of Hendry, State of Florida. TAYLORSBROMO
.
.
r'. N. MILLER..
'Thh ladies of the W. M. S. met at Tax: Collector of Hendry County, Florida.DESCRIPTION' I \ ASPIRIN

1th iBsptist Church Tuesday afternoon -

tar their monthly program and I Headaches Neuralgia

business meeting. Miss Alice Kerr L Common ColdsJohnson's .
Vas 'in charge of the program entitled I

"Consecrating, the Centennials _.___ '" .
OF LAND I I a TO WHOM ASSESSED
to ChristI ." a I
I Il' ; a t .> /JSU'Ild i
< > r y
Eel =: I
0( Fish
Camp
a D /JWuJ lJJtII 9J I
i (Near Hurricane Gate)
WNorth of 9 Mile Canal I
Look to theFuture .___...______. 11 43 33 54 Essex Investment. Co. __..$148.30 Clewiston, Fla.
EVs of"SEX.. North of 9 when your Boats and Motors-Guide Service
Mile Canal ..-......__..______.._ 11 43 33 .30 John Doe _____._..__._.___ 33.54 Rates Reasonable
W% of E% of SW* North .
of 9 Mile Canal _._._.__ 12 43 33 25 G. H. Small ___________ 69.06 savtags work here..heipiAg) W. H. Johnson, {gr.
All North of 9 Mile Canal I
&: West of RD of Lots local famInes
1:, 2. 3B 4B 5B _.._.._..._ 7 43 34 90 Aripeka Farms Co. '...._._._.... 338.27 responsible .
I All North of 9 Mile Canal : Ask :-:-:-':-:..:..:-:-:-.:-:":..:+:..:..:..:-:-:..:":,+:.:.:..> A.
I & East of RD Lots 13F, ; awn their own homes. '
14B. 15, 16B, 17B, 18C 7 43 34 31 R. E. Kurtz ____..._._...._._._ 107.18 i's; FOR f

\ I I ,.. I 'For complete informationClewiston i_: TAXICABS l.f

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NOTICE DAY KITE
I I : AND SERVICE
Notice is hereby Driven that the following lands or so much thereof as will
1 The War be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the same, I I:_ PHONE 18 *: I'I''iI' '

After 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 auction .................................I'-.'.................r...............:,.,.................... ';.0 :'
at the City Hall of the City of Clewiston, Florida. "
R. PATTERSON, Tax Collector Federal I i.
I'
You Will Want To City of Clewiston.LOT .


I I BLOCK OWNER TOTAL Savings and LoanAssociation Gut .flowers FLOWERS for delhery here or
Build A Home I '
II
., : for.. delhery anjrwheie in U. S.
23 22 j. E. Beardsley, Agent ____...$ 5.40 .L...
t '". t' I 31 31.em.. J. E. Beardsley Agent 4.60 t \, I by. wire.-
__...._ 139 BeardsTey" __ I
v 8 c. E. :Miner-J., E. 4.60 .
/. fIt 31 _._.-:..-____ 161 Unknown _____._________._ 2.40 MRS. J., M. FOUNTAIN
; -.: 7 __.________ 167 j. E. Beardsley ____________ 5.00 "Day'Phone 82-.'igh t, Phone 148-W
T 10 __;;.______. _,_.___ 171 Amy A. Wright ..._____._______ 5.00 ;
14 ____._-,.._ S 172 j. E. Beardsley .__.:__.___.___ 5.00 ;
I Will Pay You To 21 & 22 __ ______ 176 Ruth R. Beardsley ____.._ 14.00
24 ..___.__.._..________.___ 176 Ruth R. Beardsley _...._._.______ 8.00
_______________ 176 ______.__..._...._ .... . ... ...... ......... .............................. ..... .... ..... . .
I i 29 34, &35 30& 36 --_...... _-__._-_-- 176 Mrs Ruth E.R.A.Beardsley Stone ___.____ 13.00 8.00 \..t........... ..............- .................. ...... ....... ....... .... ...........,......,............,.............r..r.-r.. ,.

Lots ___._______.___ 190 Anna A. Boyce ___ __. 6.00 ?
Your ------
l. Buy I4 ______._________._..__.____.. 202 George A. Heinz ._ ...___W._._.__ 5.00 ,f, .
_________._...... 202 j. s. Schindler ____.._________ 4.40 I
I 5 _____.._______.___ 203 Hub Spooner ______.____66.00 : ".:, ',/ Assembly of God i
i 25 ___.._____.__._.-__ 203 E. O. Armstrong _____...._ 5.00 : .
NOW. 8 _____.___._______._..__._____ 204 Mary G. Anderson _________..__ 6.00 } l- .
7 ___.._______________. 205 C.V.. Stephens ____._______._ 60.00 : SOUTH CLEWISTOX
22 _...___..____.___ 355 J.V.. Sutphen __.___.____..._ 1.80:
44 _.. _._.________.._____._.__ 356 William A. Cahill? ?__-__.___.___. 18C I.. 7Ilf
4 _--=-____.____ _.._-:_ 358 J. E. Beardsley, Agent _________ 4.00
19 ____ ..__. ..__ -____ 358 E. A. Cadwell Estate ______.._.. 6.00 I Sunday School ..............................- 10:00 A. M. Y
.. 1 & 2 __________.____ 359 John W. Hepworth Estate _.__.._ 4.00 I" X
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By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D.
cannot condone ? Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. .

IF ue. cfcrvt\ like each other I Released by Western Newspaper Union. 1. What is the correct name for 1. Liberty Enlightening the "

t think that at let9t AN INSIDE STORY the Statue of Liberty? World. ,

; Harry Truman will be known as Lesson for May 13 2. Why do so many English 2. Chester is 'English for the
u/e/ should let each
the man who didn't want to be towns end in Chester as Winchester Roman word castra or camp.

ether t..lohe.1CCAr'.. ) President. Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- ? Many of these towns were sites of

': (\.' ) :.. Unassuming; modest, in love with Jectea and copyrighted by International 3. The sea elephant when fully Roman camps.
Council of Religious education;. used by
his job as senator from Missouri, permission. grown contains .how many gallons 3. Approximately 70 gallons of

Harry never wanted to be vice of oil? oil.

in the first place. And THE TRAGEDY OF THE-
president
,
4. What did the ancient Greeksuse 4. Pieces of bread. _
0 after he was elected, he dreaded the NORTHERN KINGDOM
r rr for napkins? 5. Yes. At the December solstice -
thought that anything might hap-
5. Does the
South
pole receive it is the than
pen to President Roosevelt. Once, LESSON TEXT-I Kings 12:26-30: ; 19:1-4: nearer sun any
awoke ina I3b-18; II Kings 17:7 8. more sunlight than the tropics? other spot on earth is at any time.
the he
during campaign, GOLDEN TEXT O magnify the Lord with 6. What is histrionic art? 6. The art ot the theater.
cold sweat. He had dreamed that me and let us exalt His name together.-.
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Roosevelt had died and he was Psalm 34:3.Nations: -
{
r called upon to assume his mantle.
Harry said he never had such a terrible : as well as people cometo Pretty Tulip Apron '* *

t CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT dream before 'in all his life. crossroads in their history, and Makes Nice Gift ? f
a &
RFLYERkdJII&
Truman had arrived in Speaker taking the wrong road then means o'qeit

Y'' Sam Rayburn's office to discuss that future disaster. Solomon had built

awesome possibility when the call up a great national prosperity, but pRETTY aprons are hard to find f

: .' came to hurry to the White House. at the expense of heavy taxes. He days-and very expen- ?

ry/. MISCELLANEOUS On Wednesday, the night before, had forgotten God, and was suc- sive! So why not sew up a coupleof

!', trouble Bulger's Helps taxatlvc to move Tonic Kas, an and aid to peps kidney you Speaker Rayburn had had a pre- ceeded by a son who followed in his gay and giddy hostess aprons JvK

,. dp. Order today, SI.50. Bulger's Penetrati monition of things to come. Dining footsteps. for gifts. Three-quarters yard ofa
.
;" Ing soreness.Oil penetrates.Price SI. Send Helps$2 and move get stiffness both. No, with friends, Rayburn said: Offered an opportunity to,ease the pastel cotton will make one-

sod, orders. Agents wanted everywhere. "This country is ,in for a great burden of the people (I Kings 12-14), use your brightest and cheeriest
Sundries Shop. P. O. Box 5072
Bulger's
t':.. Atlanta I, Ga., Rev. G. W. Bulger, Owner. tragedy, and I feel it's coming very Rehoboam in his folly made it greater scraps for the appliqued tulips.
..
soon. I don't think the President .will and the nation was divided. The

,' SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC. be with us much longer." ten northern tribes, which were

t Sweet Potato Plants Nancy Hall or Porto Rayburn's listeners were shocked. henceforth to be known as Israel, 5400
Rican, that will produce those delicious
.-.: golden yams! Prompt fresh shipments, prepaid When they asked the speaker for followed Jeroboam, and the two LIBERATOR B-24
t;?, 500 SI.65, 1.000 S3. Safe arrival guarl -
southern under Rehoboam be-
l t': anteed. Duke Plant Co., Dresden. Tenn. an explanation, he replied: tribes GIVE him a lifetime keepsake.genuine
"Roosevelt's not a well man." came the kingdom of Judah. of the plane he had know n so well .
in this
war.These glowing models are madeof
pr' 3er Millions World Plants-Peppers Beater. Tomato., California Marglove.Won.New Refusing to be more specific, he Jeroboam started with God's "Lucite", jewel-like plastic mounted on a

Stone, Rutper: 35c C.. $2.50 1Eg' Plant turned; his head away from the favor, and might have led his people detachable"Lucite" base.The only models in
lOc C.. $3 M, Cabbage Collards 20c C.. $1.50 existence complete with propellers insignia
r M. Mrs. II. L. Brittingham, Guyton, Ga. table for a moment and then said: aright, but instead he became the name o f ship and date in solid gold letterson

"I think I'll have a talk with king whose name stood for wickedness mounted base. Planes on base wing 6 span inches 13 high.inches Beautiful; when

Harry (Truman) tomorrow. He's got (see II Kings 15:18)). The storyof ornament for his room for mantle,radio oc-

to be prepared to carry a tre- that downfall is a sad picture of casional tables,etc. They'll stand in your
home for years as a permanent monument
: E f mendous. burden. He's got to get unbelief and failure. YOUR flyer and his ship. SOLD BY MAIL

mUTED STATES himself ready for this.'" I. Religion Meets Politics (I r-----------------------ONLY! ORDER NOW! Quantities limited!

4 Next afternoon, about three, Kings 12:26-30): CLIP,MAIL WITH REMITTANCE QUICKLY! j jI

r. COOODS even as Franklin Roosevelt was Jerusalem, now in the rival king- (Check. models you want) 1I

AND entering his last hour of life, dom of Judah, was the center of t # ; check Choose from the big 3 II
STA PSf Hebrew While the D "LIBERATOR" B-24 ) II
worship. peopleof
Rayburn called over to Tru- D "FLYING FORTRESS"B-27 J-CHOICE'Y.995 t

( : m p man's office in the senate, Israel were free to go thereto 1 D "MUSTANG" P-51 ) Tax
1 (Prices on other models
said he wanted to the vice worship, Jeroboam saw that it on request)

see might lead to their being led NAME ___________________________
president. Truman said he'd away I ADDRESS________________________. t
.; drop over when the senate re from him. It was a shrewd political I CITY,___________., STATE.--------__

I cessed. He had just arrived to deduction' but it left God out of. the I Mail tr&,4 'These planes j jI
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i ., WhenBaby see Rayburn when word came picture.. to..1M 4$ nol soleiI 1I

;':. Frets, Cries from Steve Early that the event The people responded to the apparent -4 in stores t

, i':. Loss of sleep and fretfulness in baby isis which Truman so long dreaded,. interest of the king in their iTulip

: i:, often caused by tormenting diaper rash. finally had transpired. welfare, and worshiped at the most
.
' .:" You can ease,even help prevent this misery convenient place. Religion had met I .
I' : by sprinkling his irritated skin with TRUMAN'S OLD STAMPING
and had'let take the
politics politics
,
Mexsana. Contains ingredients often used GROUNDIt
I 'r by specialists to relieve this discomfort. upper hand.Someone .
'
: :.; Costs little. Always demand Mexsana has been a 'long time since a has' suggested that

President of the United States went when we begin to find ways to make
up to Capitol hill to confer with
: our religion easy, we can be certain -
: AT congressmen. However, it didn't. that it is the enemy of, our
SIGN t1 seem; at all unusual
when Pres.
D souls who is at work. When Satan ApronTo

: Wo" Harry Truman came. up to the. senate begins :to be solicitous about our ',1
for lunch on the first 'day. he ; obtain complete pattern and finishing
welfare and suggest that it is"'too
instructions for the
Tulip Applique
: served President Apron
as of the United
: far to go to church, or that the (Pattern No. 5400)) 'send 16 cents in coin,
: SE666 States. Also he didn't act any dif- plus address andthe pattern
weather is too cold (or too warm), your name
:
'.' ferently. etc., etc., we should be on guard. number.
"I feel just as if someone had Due to an unusually large demand and
Cold Preparations as directed Religious ease was a big step
,
':, hit me over the head with 16- current war conditions. slightly more timeis
a
downward for Israel, and it can be required in filling orders for a few of /r r: 1 1l 1t
pound mallet he said. I
"I don'tknow i
for any other nation. Where does the most popular pattern numbers.

what's happened to me yet. America stand in that important Send your order to:

\ "This morning," he continued, "I matter? ,

' J' \ wanted to come up on the hill to'see II. A Queen Meets a Prophet (I SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK

ldan ra my old riends, and they tried' to Kings 19:1-4: 13b-18). 530 South Wells St.' Chicago.

l 111nsectsi:1 tell me it wasn't done. Enclose 16 cents for Pattern.No. .
Elijah under the mighty hand of
'. .IF I SO
'Done not I '
or replied, 'I'mgoing
God had defied the wicked king, .
; to do it.' WATCH OUTThe
Ahab, and his more wicked queen,
Name-
: "But when I went out to get my Jezebel; and all the prophetsof
yes
i:1;[.., tar, I found it surrounded by motor- Baal, and had been gloriously Address though medical a person profession may be cured knows of com that

Vegeta6les cycles. They took me up to the hill victorious (I Kings 18:17-41). mon malaria they may have it comeback
and caused a terrible commotion on them. So, if you are once more
and on The queen, who was devilish in feeling tired, run down, have pains in
___;- the street. They even stopped peo- for the Table back and legs, feel weak and bilhous, no i
her wickedness and determinationto Tip
Flowers ple from crossing the street." appetite and nervous-though chills and
destroy the worship of the true fever haven't struck'you yet, and you
'''I I Tobacco By.Product At, this point, Majority Leader MAN-Say, is this really mar- have common malaria-it doesn't pay to
''' 4. Chemical Corp. Alben Barkley said: God, threatened the'prophet..' He garine? take any chances. Try a bottle of Oxi-
I I', neorporaUd who had met the challenge of the It's Nu- dine. Oxidine is made to combat malaria.
Loulivlll.2.Kentucky "That's just what happens to a WOMAN-Certainly. give! you iron to help creation of red
hundreds of fled in fear
country boy when he in prophets Maid Margarine. You see, Nu- blood cells. If the first bottle doesn't
, -,. .. ". gets .before the relentless hatred of this Maid's the Table Grade 'Margar- satisfy you your money will be returned.
.
' your spot. Oxidine has been used for over 50 years.
; (: .' .4 r M r AK ip Truman laughed and con- venomous woman. ine made especially for use on Get a bottle today at your drug store.
The felt that all lost
prophet was ,
cluded: "Some day I hopethey'll the table!-Adv.
but God revealed to him that even

build a tunnel between in that dark day there were many

are you embarrassed byG congress and the, White Houseso 'who were still true to Him (v. 18)).
the President can come
up
Our main interest in this lesson is
'. ? here without blocking traffic."

Truman also 'told his old con- not the experience of the prophet,

gressional but in seeing the cause of Israel's
colleagues that he
rn i.Yse/ a
,',. dA downfall. Here we see one great
: .. hoped they would come down to r
:j 1 U you suffer from hot flashes, see him. "I'' may not always reason-every king of Israel'w s a : Sprains Strains Bruises Stiff Joints
feel weaK nervous, .r
r hishstrung
Y wicked Some better and
,. : a bit blue at times with he said man. were
:; -due to the func agree you, "but
l, tional "middle-age" period peculiar to I'll give your request all the consideration some worse, but all of them forgot
) women-try this
great medicine-Lydla
,,; t! E Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to I think it is worth." God.A.
:' relieve such symptoms. Pinkham's nation is on the downward path
' ,; Compound HELPS: NATUHE. It's one of Michigan's Republican. Senator when its rulers forget God. What
the best known medicines for thin Vandenburg piped up at this point to I
about nation? What about
i purpose. Follow label directions. our own
1 ask, "Couldn't give it
you just a lit- the elected representatives of the
A A
tle more consideration than
you people? Do we choose men for pub- 'Ii
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lic office because of, their Christian
I They all agreed that the Presi- ..'
faith and character, or' on the
dency hadn't spoiled Harry and they basis of political expediency or af-
P
didn't think it would.COURAGEOUS '

SENATOR filiation III. A?Nation :Meets Its Doom (II ., i in
Though Harry Truman dreadedthe
possibility of Kings 17:7: 8).
becoming Presi- The hour had struck when God's
For You To Feel Well dent, as senator
he never ran
away heavy hand of judgment had to fall #
21 hours every day 7 days from a' fight. '
i week never stoppingtho kidneys every filter on Israel, the northern kingdom of r baby for bawling
waste matter from the blood. His chief senatorial battles were 10 tribes. Verse 6 of this chapter / j \ Dwhenlshe's bitten by flies and
II more people were aware ot how the as chairman of the so-called ?
Tru- t with Flit I
kidneys must constantly remove surplus relates their carrying away into cap-, 17/I I mosquitoes! Help protect her
fluid, excess acids and other waste man committee. The name resulted tivity to Assyria, and verses 7-9 tell ,1 s This famous insecticide kills not
matter that cannot stay in the blood from Harry's crusading determination malaria
1 without Injury to health l there would us the reason for that judgment. only dangerous germ-laden
be better understanding of why the to investigate war scandals or R, mosquitoes-but many household '
1 whole system is upset when kidneys fall anything else interfering with the Ingratitude for God's blessing (v.' pests like moths and flieg.
to function properly. 7) led to the worship of other '111//Ill 1I
,
war. Harry fervent large supply, today
Burning,scanty or too frequent urination was so that even Buy a
: sometimes warns that something Republicans on the committee came gods (v. 8). They knew God's hatredfor / \
I Is wrong. You may suffer nagging: backache the sin of idolatry, and His
to admire and 'A.
headaches dizziness rheumatic respect him. I GI -/
+ pains, getting up at nights, swelling. Republican Senator Ferguson of judgment upon those who walkedin \ .' .
Why not try D'tan's Pills 1 You will that but they went right 1i.11 Q 'iJ.a
bo using a zncdicmo recommended the Michigan, one of the most fearlessmen way,

country over.Doa/Ca stimulate the function in congress, joined the FLIES,MOTHS
com- on.Note KILLS
of tho kidneys and help them
to
in 9 that these. things
flush out poisonous waste from the mittee under the impression that verse AND MOSQUITOES ,
4 blood. They contain nothing harmful. Truman was playing were done "secretly." "The same 1f <
politics. '
; He
Get Doan'a today. Use with confidence.
)
At all drug stores. soon learned to the contrary. If the thing is true today of many who 6l.oc luarporaid ,

administration was to blame, Tru- profess to be. the people of God..The 1 -
line of demarcation between the
a man said
so. Ferguson came to bea
I rooter on the Truman team. church and the world is not clearly
drawn.

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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS
FRIDAY MAY
11, 1945:
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The Clewitton New I head of beef cattle ,which .are ready] Army Nurse Corps at Los Angeles. on you.
for the market are in the area April 30.Both .
served by this road and there ,is a I I Capt., Moore rnd his bride Pfc. Howard Neal is visiting
Published every Friday In Clewlston, demand for said beef cattle but are are stationed at Muroe Army AirField brother, Glen Neal and friends his
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS not being marketed because of the With at Muroc, Cal. The family Clewiston after in ..
returning to ...
Tnc. impassable condition of said road; I here has not, as yet ,received any I States on May 4 after! being the
and other details of the marriage. Our overseas -
,
26
I months in Africa,
Sicily
Entered second class mall matter heartiest congratulations and and
as Our hope Italy
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In WHEREAS. Said road serves one| H Boys that Capt. Moore will soon be able I attached to an Engineering
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of saw mill in this area: at this time, I unit. He was an employee of the
'to obtain leave and bring his bride
March 3 1897. and there are vast quantities of I U. S. Sugar Corporation before
en-
down to meet his friends in
timber, piling and post in this .area in theService many listing. .
Clewiston. ..
CARR SETTLE PnblUher that is needed, but is not being re- .I IIII
moved because of the bad conditionof m P
Subscription Rate-f.2.50 Per Year said'road; and, j. From Gus Cantrell Jr., now at-I Senior Sherwood Class Hall a member of the
Advertising Rates On Application. tached to the Naval Air Force of of Clewiston High
WHEREAS, This said road is the I School who has been a member of
I the Pacific Fleet comer: a note this
only road in this said area to serve I I week with his change of address.He the Air Corps Reserve for the past .
Demoted to the advancement and welfare the many and varied needs of this! seventeen months, was called for
expresses his gratitude for re- up
of Clewlston and Hendry County. )] territory; !|i I ceiving -the News with active service the first of the week
promptnessand
M NN NN N N NON-:N:N:N:N:N:NeN:N N:N:N:.jM:R MI : I and left
I THEREFORE, Be it resolved by I : regularity and says he hopes that Tuesday f-.r Fort McPherson -
Ga., for
the Board of County Commissioners I If f An announcement is received this in the future he will receive a copy .assignment..
NATIONAL EDITORIAL of Hendry County, Florida, in reg-; week of the marriage of Capt. Co- regularly regardless of whereabouts. *
iSSOCIATION ular meeting assembled on this 1st burn Moore to 2nd Lt. Dorothy "There is nothing' quite like the Pvt/ Louis Wethington has, recently _
day of May, 1915, and it is hereby I' Blake of Los Angeles, of the U. S.' News to strengthen a fellow's morale been transferal from Cha-
.
resolved by authority of same, that : I II' ," Gus says. Thanks Gus, and nute Field, 111., to th- Boca Raton
,
this said Boar.i do hereby appoint, 't we'll do our darndest to get .it to Air Field and being this close home
-T request and empower Charles E. Motion by Asa Townsend, seconded .' i may soon be home for furlough.
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Miner and R. Waldion, members by A. J. Evers, called and carried I --------- ---------
Board of County- of this Board: to rEpresent this that the foregoing Resolu- I MIAMI, May 10-FNS
Board of County Commissioners of tion be approved. and adopted. Deputy Clerk. ) The
airplane, which
Hendry County, Florida, with J. O. DAVIDSON, Motion by Townsend seconded by has been helping the
(Continued from Page 1) Royal
I Canadian
Mounted
soever it may concern, in an whom-I Chairman Board of 'County I Eyers that the Board adjourn Motion get their
45 S., Range 32 E, Sections 4, 9, to formulate and provide I Commissioners of Hendry carried. -here man, has been put to the same use

-. 16 and 21, Township 46 S., Range or means whereby funds may be County, Florida. I I I .J. O. DAVIDSON, I tor in by the State census enumera-
32 E, to the Southeast corner of cured to repair and finish the ATTEST: Chairman.'V1LL1AlI tracking down Seminole Indians -

Section 21, Township 46 S., RangeE struction of the heretofore se-I I WILLIAM T. HULL, Clerk. .I T. HULL, I in the Everglades and reaching -
inhabitants
; thence East along the North ed and described road. By .................__..:....._............._.....:. Clerk. key of the Florida
line of Sections 27, 26, 25, 30, 29,
28, Township 46 S., Range 43 E, to
the Northeast corner of Section 2S,
Township 46 S., Range 33 E, thence
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South along the east line of Sections i'
28 and 33, Township 46 S.,
Range 3 E, to the Southeast corner
of Section 33. Township 16 S.,
a Range 33 E, thence South along the
east line of Section 4, Township 47
.
S., Range 33 E, to the Southeast
corner of Section 4, Township 47
S., Range 33 E, thence Southeasterly -r
in a straight line from the South
east corner of Section 4, Township
47 S., Range 33 E, to the Southeast::
corner of Section 34, Township <47

S., Range 33 E, thence in an east-
erly-southeasterly direction to a
point near the Southeast corner of

Section 12, Township 48 S., Range
33 E; and,

WHEREAS,. Said road serves a
rich and fertile area consisting of
many thousands acres of land that
rapidly being opened up to agri-
culture and cattle raising; that during -
the past year upwards of one
hundred thousand dollars of beef

cattle was transported out of said
area with great difficulty over said
road; that this time thousands of
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In Pacific" ; F out there in the Pacific. If we let down now, urgent task. You may be sure' that FlOrida

See Reality of BattleRareClose t, iWe'll be letting them down! Motor'Lines will bring you fine new equipment

Up of Japs In Combat I f'"r new comfort features, new carefree .-'' ,
Let's] stick to until Uncle Sam
our war jobs as war requirements will
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.!I ITERSONAL 1 last week-end visiting friends and WITH SHOWER ON MONDAY I is- fully organized and ready to
I j.- ,. relatives in Miami. j proceed, but it also Jacks the gov-:
.i. Mrs. Leon Bcmbry; was compli-i ernment's blessing.
and SOCIETY r Mrs T. W. Malone left Thursday mcnted, on Monday evening, with a|| "A group of Puerto Rican pro-
; I I for a few, days in St. Mary's Hospitalin stork shower at the home of Mrs.]ducers have recently purchases

I ; .::! West Palm Beach. Fred Topper. I bland(' in the Florida Everglades and
Mrs. Fred l Slices had charge of a are anxious to get into production

(:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:+:..:..:..:..:.....'.,..'...............................!.............................'......'.............................:...: !I 'Mr. and Mrs. G. 11.Vaters of program of gomes and contests. ( as soon as possible, but have been
I DeSoto City were visitors here Tues- Prizes were won by Mrs. Earl Pet-, prevented from doing so by goyernI -
Lawrence De Marco was a week- Mrs. Maude Hare spent Sunday day. ers, Mrs. W A. Montgomery and ment regulations."

end visitor in Miami. visiting Mrs. Katherine Jowers in r_ Mrs. W. R. Broaderick.A j I Ferris, an officer of the United

Fort Myers. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson is in Pensa- color scheme of pink and blue j! States Sugar Corporation, and the
Mrs. Otto Bleech of Pahokee was J -- cola with her Another"who is reported was carried out in the decorationsand i Florida Co-operative_ said flatly thatthe
a business visitor here on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Ziler and i ill.Captain refreshments. ,
quite
'I sugar quota law "is responsible
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker spent I
Enjoying the refreshments
were for the
sugar shortage in continen-
F Mrs Jean Bryant was a business last week-end visiting in Miami.Walter I Eugene" Goodbread and Mrs. Sikes, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. I I tal United States."

visitor in Fort Myers on Monday. I Lt, Walter Harris, of Hendricks Ben Bolton, JMrs. E. M. Cornette, j!( He said that "for years we have
-- Knehner of New York Mrs. Joe Elder, Mrs. F. L. Dunaway, tried
\ : 1Mr. Field, Sebring, were week-end visi- to convince those in authority
and Mrs Neil J. Dwyer spent City was a visitor here last week- ;' '
tors here. Mrs., Peters, Mrs. Montgomery, Mrs. of the unsoundness of any plan
i part of last week in Miami. end. Leon Snell, Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mrs. (! which undertakes to control through

t Misses Florence Graham and Bob 'Broaderick, Mrs. G. F. Serson Mrs. i' scarcity the price of an indispen-
r Mrs. Tammie Hobbs spent the Mr. and Mrs. Lou Place, ,of Miami by Spicer were the week-end guests A. H. King, Mrs. W.' J. Robinson 1 j sable commodity, such as sugar."
/week-end: with friends!; in Ocala. spent the week visiting friends, of Miss Graham's sister, Mrs. Wm.. Mrs. G. Suggs Miss Alice .Kerr and I I- h ."
here. M. Johnson, in Pahokee. Mrs. H. C. 1\1eador. I
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. ,Sliger spent i FOR SALE: Maple rock-
Saturday in West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Ward and Mrs.E. Robert Quirrott, new manager of MARTY WALDRON HONORED 1

...,. W. Durst spent a portion of the the Canebrake, and Mrs. Quirrolt, WITH BARBECUE PARTY 1 J Corn-1
t''. ti' S-Sgt Leroy Hare, .now stationed week in Miami. spent the early part of the ,week in !
t in Sebring, was the week-end guest -- West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Urey -Waldron hon-|
: ,of his mother, Mrs. Maude Hare. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Broaderick home and
I : ored Pvt. Martin Waldron, on I ,cupboard. Mrs. Met-
and Mrs. G. F. Serson made a busi
f Mrs. I. S. Bell, Sr., Mrs. N. R. 1 1I furlough, Wednesday evening' '.f
: Mrs. Fred Perry and ,Mr. and Mrs. ness trip to. Fort Myers on Saturday.Mr. I Hager and Mrs. L. A. Wolfe spent last week with a barbecue. I calf, Trailer Park. 1 Itp

Ed Ruhlander spent the week-end in Tuesday and part of Wednesday in The barbecue held on the ridge
Tampa. and Mrs. J. T. Paul and Mrs. West Palm Beach. was enjoyed b; Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
l; Ben Bolton .were business visitors Owens, Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mr. ROOMS furnished for
; Mrs. J. A. McGehee, 'Jr., and Mrs. in, Fort ,Myers on Thursday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Thielen and and Mrs. M. L. Pape, Bill Bowden
Foster Crampton visited in Miami ./ --- PhillipJr.: ., have returned' from a B. J. Myers, Luther Owens, Bruce light housekeeping-
" r.. this past week-end. W. A. Montgomery and Mrs.C. week's'' vacation spent with Mrs.' Beardsley, Medford Dunaway, Frank
- ?\ In Mills Gilbert Mc- Apply at Trailer Park.
F. Mountain spent Thursday Thielen's mother in Lake Wales. Conkling, Gene .
G. H. Small returned home last West Palm Beach. Leod, Sammy Young, Howard Kep- I
week from Fort Myers where he has ple, Deane Holland! Margie Allen, 1 tp.
Mrs. Young'blood
Mr. and Talley,
r.. been under medical treatment for Mrs! ,Jack';Watson of Miami is the of Pahokee were the week-end Mamie Trice, Joan Ciouch, Caro-I
the past several weeks.: He is much house' guest this week] '' of ,her, sister, guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Brant- line Bryant. Majorie Land; Betty
improved in health Mrs. B. L. Ingram and Mr. Ingram. ley and family.Mr. Stough, Dorothv Sealej(: Joan Walker FOR SALE: Cheap, Ivor-
Marilyn Davis, Betty McDuffie,

N MMM"i; N N MMM; :N;.;N1N 11.1;; ::;;11 ;::11 ;;:N M.;.;1:MMM:N:N: :N 11:..; .:;N H:M: ::.:. and Mrs O. C. Bozeman mov- Edith Margaret'Long Williams, June Dunaway, Russ Buddie Owens, I F.Johnson D. Duff.man's bicycle 2t...
ed last week to Benbow, where Mr. Trice and Sherwood Hall.
t' Bozeman will manage the Benbow

:: r : .ORANGES commissary.. Ferris Says- FOR SALE: Cheap -

Mrs. E M. Dull, Mrs. Ralph -
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MUST COME OFF TREES NOW Vaughn and Mr. and Mis. John Ran- (Continued 1 fron' page 1) Chevrolet stake, farm
in West Palm erative at LaBelle with' which I am r
i dolph spent Saturday truck. F. D. Duff. 2t
'
Beach. not personally familiar but which I
: If you 'don't use them they'll go to juice fac. .___ J 1 .

j "- : tory. Russets but still full of juice Mrs. Sam Mitchell 'and son left ...----'--....-

recently for a visit with Mrs.Mitchell's .
and 'flavor. For
parents, in Portsmouth,
N: H. THRIFTYShoppers
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.2.00 Bag-At Hopkins Building' Mr. and Mrs.i jack Waters ,spent

j -' : the week-end in Arcadia with Mrs.

- Waters' parents, Mr. and :Mrs. T. E. -D& .&UCTlOlia..allAaT aTn.q ..hNt
Phone 66 Mizelle. Q QOAuRs,. ow.I r

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';; Sherwood Hall left for SYRSI.
{ 'B BEARDSLEY Fort McPherson ,to begin active

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,has been in the reserve for many ,
months.
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Mrs. Doyle Worth left Saturdayfor I I
CLEWISTON JINN DeLand to join her husband, I
toI Chief Gunner'- Mate, 0-c, who is FORT MYERS I
there for a rest period following

I : Dine In An Atmosphere of Cool And service with the Navy. -" '''' .......;;;..,.. 'U _" .=----a"'l'-: ;; ; ;'I.----:1'''''_, ........- .,.

; Quiet Comfort Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dagorretteand I
Mr. and Mrs:: August Ciroc left
this week for Haines Falls, New If You Wish .
i! You Will Enjoy Our Good Food and York, where they will remain until I

t Courteous Service fall, at which time they! will returnto j
Clewiston.Pfc. GUARANTEED jj


Breakfast 7:00 to 9:30 A. M. Howard Neal, recently returned j
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from twenty-six:: months of Automotive Repair Service
Lunch .1: .. . 0 ,. 12:00 to 2:00 P. :M. overseas duty, is visiting his brother -

. I ,Dinner . ', 1. 6:30 to 8:00 P. M. Glen Neal, and friends in Clew- :{Machine Work .
0,0 iston. Pfc. Neal is a former em- .J
; ployee of the Sugar Company. Painting and Body Repair Service
Make It A Date To Meet In The Cocktail

ROYAL AMBASSADORS :; Ford Parts
Lounge MEET THURSDAY 'NIGHT 'Cenuine Repair \


Fine Wines and Liquors At Popular The local chapter of the Royal SEE ;

Ambassadors, "Father Johns," met J
Prices
e in the Baptist men's Bible class :
HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS
room, at 7:30: Thursday evening.
Open 11:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M. 4:00 P.: M.-, All the boys entered into a lively

To 12:00 discussion as to their individual part Ford Sales and Service ,,
in the Baptist Centennial Crusade,
PHONE 93 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
and their duty toward their mothers -
'" 7' not only rn Mother's Day, but
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plans discussed included -
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: Trip to Baptist Children's fiIii: --
Home. Arcadia; Prisoner of War
I 4 Service Headquarters Camp, Clewistbn; Election of Ran-

dall Chastain as coach of R. A. Surf Cottages .
Soft-ball team (first practice at

P school ground Wednesday, May
/.Loj "# 16) ; and membership goal. Jimmy
Westberry completed his Page Degree -
1 and received his armband.
'r CARS a'i ", The following boys attended -- 9 MILES NORTH OF PALM BEACH r
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,, the first seven were on the evening's ,
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;-!',,. ..;..: program: B. Watton, R, Twiddy, HIGHWAY NO. 1
i % y- R. Chastain, J Westberry, A. Gar-
rett, J. Barton, John Finle ', J.

All MaKes Billinfrsley, M. Carter. John Him-
rod, Tommy Walton and Mesdames
: Chastain, Barton and Twiddy as Spend your vacation at your local beach resort. Two

'S A I well the as meeting David ,Thielen. were guestsat room, efficiency cottages Hotel Rooms :- Dining Room

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Cocktail Lounge.
BROWNIE NEWS i-/>
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I The meeting was c ,JJeto order SUMMER SEASON STARTS JUNE 1. -
of GMAC HU )GET PLAN AAA REPRESENTATIVES by the 1erdf'r. After discussing ;
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plans for the> future and collecting
i dues the ir ting was adjourned. For Reservations

-1" CHEVROLET Some of the girls tjnislied their 8940
Call
EISTIAN I presents for Mother's Day. After I Write 623 30th Street
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d sayin the Brownie promise and I WEST PALM BEACH
LEWISTON, FLORIDA saluting the fag; veent home. ,!

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man who has not any- yY. ::;",,,,:uu" :l
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thing to boast of but his illustrious 'Five Freedoms' Designed ri 'slr' :;' :iiiu.1: ; "

ancestors is like a Wash your oil cloth in a mixtureof To avoid a musty odor in a

potato-the only thing good be- skim milk and turpentine. It metal teapot that is seldom used

-longing Thomas to him Overbury.What is underground.Sir To Spur World Air Travel will make it look-.-like new. keep a lump -of..sugar- in the pot.,'


stronger breastplate that a heart To preserve rubber galoshes When sweetness of cream is
untainted? during the warm summer period, doubtful and there is no more' on'
Thrice is he 'armed that hath his, Differences Between, American Traditions of put them in 'a porous bag and hang hand and it must be used, a pinchof

quarrel just. them in a cellar where it is cool soda stirred into it keeps it from
And he but naked,I'though. lock'd up Free Flight ,and, European., Concepts of and damp. Heat injures rubber. curdling, even in hot weather.

in steel, k : 3 .
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Whose conscience with injustice is Regulation Composed at Parley. : -
corrupted. Raisins will be plump and much A secret to making delicious potato -
-Shakespeare. v --- larger if you place them in a salad is to cut the potatoes

saucepan and barely cover them while they're warm and while
Character is the diamond that ByBAUKHAGENews with cold water. Set them over 'a warm add the onions and salad

scratches every other stone.- Analyst and Commentator.VNU small flame and allow to simmerfor dressing. As the salad cools the

Bartol. \ Service, Union Trust Building, stabilized economy to be parcelledout a few minutes. flavors will penetrate the potatoes.

Washington, D. C. among those participating in it,

plus a fear of explosive international Button On Frocks I 7
DON'T SUFFERwith (This is the second of a series o/ articles rivalries. Canada's position pos- -

colds'muscle aches and sore throat. on the "Freedom of the Air," first sibly reflected'British desires, plus a For Old Furniture SNAPPY FACTS
Take St. Joseph Aspirin for quick relief. of which appeared in this column last fear of being crowded out by its
,World's largest seller at 10(. Big 100 tablet : week.) ABOUT
size only 351. Get St.Joseph Aspirin. more powerful neighbor under a '
system of unrestricted competition. WOULD you ever guess that RUBBERThe
In a previous column I set forth homely old chair at the

FtIE$ the achievements of the conferenceon "The United States was seekingan right could be made to seem at .I

international aviation imple- opportunity for free commercial home in a smart modern room?

OCr Ilt'eRNI6Ur! mentation of which it is hoped will intercourse between nations, with A simple frock of medium blue

be reached by a, second gatheringin resulting benefits to all of them; cotton rep with darker blue bind-

( May, probably before the United the other two countries (Britain and ing and fringe made the trans- contented cow will be more so

LOWER WINDOW Nations deliberations at San Fran- Canada) were seeking protection formation shown here. It is not after the war,when B. F.Goodrich

SHADES NEARLY TO cisco have been concluded. I set against cut-throat competition and difficult to make covers for a research men expect low-costrub-
THE SILL PLACETANGLEFOOT forth certain views on the accom- international mistrust." ber will make possible rubber mattress
first aviation or floor covering for stables.
plishments of the Reducing these different points of ONE Of A
FLY PAPER WHERE gathering, as expressed by Lt. Col. SET OF War-born
view to specific operational plans, OLD DIN. synthetic repre-
EARLY MORNING I William Mitchell of the. army air sented 80 of the
boiled down largely to whether or ING RODMo per cent na x.
LIGHT WILLATTRACT ,force, which, although they were not a global authority would be set o IRS tion's rubber consumption in ".
FUES his own and not the official opinions which would the locationof 1944, reports John L. Collyer,
up govern
TO IT.WORKS
LIKE .. of the government, were known to international routes regulate the"frequencies" President of Tho B. F. Good-
w. represent the attitude of a numberof rich Company. In 1941 man-
CHARM or : (number of flights or
made rubber was less than
officials.I
dir force .
high stops, which is where the competition q COVERED ETO one per cent of our con-
think that the satisfaction expressed comes in) and rates. In fact FIT CCNER OACK BUTTONS sumption.The -

by Colonel Mitchell, in what this central authority as the Brit- 51DES
has already been accomplished to- CUTTFROINT destruction of some 5,000 tires
TANGLEFOOT ish viewed it would have even more
ward establishing the "freedom of authority over internal air activity BIND a day on understandable the American battlefrontsIs for
E one reason
the air reflects the general feelings -
than our own Civil Aeronautics / subordination of civilian tire needsto
It's the old reliable that never fails. of the industry. Although the board which cannot limit frequencies INSIDE % those of the military.
Economical, not rationed. For tale at point was not expressly broughtout at home. In our domestic serv- FRI GE

hardware, drug and grocery stores in the comment in military circles ices a line may make as many whole set of chairs in this man- '-J
CATCHES THE GERM AS WILL AS THE HY
I believe the one thing which flights as it can get a pay-load for. ner for, after you have fitted one p7

pleased the industry was the fact The United States on the other cover, the pieces may be used, as
that a conference, supervised as it hand wanted everything except patterns for cutting all the others.
was by a government official (then
transit and non-traffic stops workedout Notice the ties that hold the cover firm.
Assistant Secretary of State Adolph separately between the countries ly from the inside. The center back clos-
Berle), had built a framework with- ing adds both style and convenience. The
THE TANGLEFOOT COMPANY,Grand Rapids 4.Mich. in which private enterprise and busi- concerned.In buttons are made by covering, wooden
other words, the United States molds with the' slip cover material and
and technical ingenuity could
ness felt that if an airplane company the bound buttonholes are quickly made. 0 '
be rewarded and not "fenced, in"by
tB.ll1fJ alL tBlJtldL restrictive bureaucratic regula- could offer more to a patron, regardless *
of where he wanted to get NOTE-The slip cover shown here is
tion. from Book 5 which also gives large dia
aboard
off that
\ or get company
grams showing how to make bound button-
FOR QUICK RELIEF Freedoms EssentialTo ought to have the right to try to holes. This 32-page booklet is full of other
""'fi show to the country where the get- ideas for making the most of old furni-
U. S.
FlightYou '
:)LOJj ting on and off would take place, ture and things you have on hand. To get -
will recall that the delegates that Book 5, send 15 cents with name and ad-
it was mutually advantageousto
I! \' "freedomof dress-direct to:
fact that
Soothing A. recognized the
let that particular line have the
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ANTISEPTIC [ the air" was not as simple a thingas business. -

:Used by thousands with satisfactory re- "freedom of the seas," because MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS

suits. for Get 40 Carboil years-at six drug valuable stores or ingredients. 'write- vessels stop at frontiers since ship Agreements ReachedOn Bedford Hills New York

Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville Tenn. lanes lead only from harbor to harbor Technical Norms Drawer 10 MINOR MOROIJtJE
I while aircraft crosses borders Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 5.
There were other questions concerning BFIT\ .
"
terri- PETROLEUM JELLY
and over the sovereign
passes technical standards and the Name st3 TIMES AS MlICH FOR Ii 'r
.. ACTS ON THE KIDNEYSTo tory of foreign nations. future admission of devastated Address

i increase flow of urine and Thus it was necessary to divide countries unable to furnish facili-

relieve irritation of the bladder the perquisites of the airways into ties for airports that were settled, t
five freedoms. The first two the I 1
are
and the mooted points mentioned
,
from excess acidity in the urineAre right of innocent passage-right to all of which were met with what [dentical Quadruplets, Now

you suffering unnecessary distress fly over a country, and the right to, might be called substantial agree-
backache run-down feeling: and discom- land for non-traffic purposes-that ito 14 Have Led Normal Life
fort from excess acidity in the urine) Are ment. Both forms of agreement (one ,
you disturbed nights by a frequent desiro stop at a foreign airport for re with the first two freedoms, the
to water) Then should know
pass
that you fuelling or other facilities. These other-all five) provided that the
about famous doctor's discovery : The only living identical quad-
DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT that two are essential to America since I I country whose territory is involved
thousands say gives blessed relief. Swamp ruplets are the 14-year-old daugh-
aerial ambitions encircle the
'
our
Root is a carefully blended combination of may designate the routes and air- ters of the Carl Morloks of Lan-
16 herbs roots, vegetables, balsams. Dr.Kilmer's globe and that can't be done, either ports used; but charges for use of
Mich. Collier's.Although
.
is not harsh or habit-forming in sing, says
from profitable
a practical or a
airports not be greater than
any way. Many people say its,marvelous may the
effect is standpoint in one jump. not as rare as
truly amazing. those imposed on its own airports
Send for free, TODAY! Dionne who also
prepaid sample
quintuplets, came
Like thousands of others you'll be glad Because of complications which I engaged in similar international
from cell and whose
that did. Send and address in the one egg
you name to will mention later involved services.In .
Department D, Kilmer & Co. factors likewise
Inc., Box hereditary are
1255 Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Sendat other freedoms, the first two were addition to these agreementsthe
once. AH druggists sell Swamp Root. grouped in one form of multilateral diagram for the international identical, the Morlok sisters are

drawn at Chicago.The ganization laid down in the more interesting to 'science be- WED.-THURS.-FRI.-SAT.
agreement
up was
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cause they have always led a nor- 7:15 a. m.( ; : a. m. i
other three freedoms, em- form of a treaty which must be approved SUNDAY
braced in the second agreement, by the various countries. mal life, not having been fussed 8:15 a.m.(CWT): 9:15 a.m.(EWT) $>
over, isolated from parents and your Favorite CBS Station
I were described as follows: the right This organization is composed of an
fOI MHO AGES AID FAli OF to disembark passengers, mail and assembly, on which each nation playmates, and kept within' a

; RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO I freight from the country of origin of would have one vote, and a coun- fenced area under an armed
yti Dionnes I Ic
like the
a ti the aircraft; the right to embark cil of 15 members, 2 from the Brit- their guard during

passengers, mail and freight des- ish Commonwealth, 2 from the most formative years. .

tined for the country of origin of the Soviet Union, 2 from the United

aircraft; and, in addition, at the sug- States 1 each from Brazil Chile"

gestion of Canada, a fifth freedomwas and France, and the remaining 6

l 1 1 ar't added in the form, of certain to be elected on a regional basis. Good-and Grip/

provisions of right of. entry and tech- The council would act as a clear-
nical regulations. ing house for information and would
Large Bottle!:.ui iraj* ,*122-Small Size 60c GreatFoods"
CIDTIOR: USE ONLY AS CIUCTED* Of course, Russia's last-minute refusal provide minimum uniform technical 9 "The Grains Are '
HI All COCO DRUG STORES 01 El Hill n receipt st I price to attend the Chicago confer- standards but would have no 'powerover

HcHEIL BEDS CO. Inc. JACRSOHIUE 4, FlORIDA ence was a great disappointment to commercial matters. An interim KeUogg's Rice Krispies equal
council was also proposed to the whole ripe grain in nearly
i all concerned, but the reconciliation all the protective food elements
j of what appeared at first to be a function until the permanent or- + M r declared essential to
I ganization is created but not 'Si b + human nutrition.
sharp difference between the United more Y
Constipationis Kingdom and the United States, than three years. S ,r J M ,
w
I finally reconciled through the "hon- 'America has a great stake in the ..'b k1 ,' }.
est broker" efforts of Canada, was outcome of the San Francisco con-
the of
cause considered a great achievement. ference. It has a great stake in

Hope exists that a successful outcome international'aviation, too. "We have .

Much SufferingConstipation of the United Nations 'negotiations learned and must not forget," said ...,.

will bring the Soviets into General Arnold in speaking of

the fold. the air transport service, "from 'w>kf
may cause no symp- The clash between the British and now on air transport is an essential

toms rected for will a long finally time impair, but the unless health.cor- the American viewpoints is described of air power, in fact .of all national 4 ,

Symptoms associated with advanc- this way by one of the power."
ing constipation are loss of appetite American observers at the confer- I

heavily and mental coated depression.tongue tired Headache feeling ence who has been working steadily Thirteen out of every 20 American i II I
of minerals produced
dizziness, anemia, and skin disturb- for the consummation of the Chi- high school students expect to leave 1\ \ This and compounded package contains by Nature a combination alone, with no artificial la ':
ances such as acne, are commonly ex- cago plans: their home towns and live elsewhere gradients nor man-made drugs. When you mix it with your ;
perienced. In severe cases neuralgiaand drinking water, according to directions and drink Crazy
joint pains occur. Indigestion, "In the United States," he said, after they have completedtheir Water day after day you join millions who have attacked
with gas formation and colic, and "we have always looked upon air education. This is revealed in the cause.of their troubles. Gently but surely Crazy Water :
piles and fissures frequently add to transport primarily as an instru- nation-wide- survey just completed and stimulates intestinal three elimination.main cleansing Crazy channels-kidney Water brings positive, skin I
the
discomforts of severe. chronic ment of trade. We are still a young by-'the Institute of Student Opinion P 11 "' benefits in faulty elimination, the cause and aggravating I

cases.No matter how many other medI- country with an expanding and high- under the sponsorship of Scholastic ,. ',,. excess factor of acidity rheumatic etc. Get pains a package, digestive of Crazy orders Water constipation Crystals I i

cines you may have tried for constipation ly competitive economy and with magazine. at your drug store today.I I
we urge you to try B-L no1,bitter memories of recent bomb- Better job opportunities else- I"I
PREPARATION with the under-
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FBIDAY, MAY 11, 1945 THE CLEWISTON NEWS
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: CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY NOTICE, DESCRIPTION OF LAND S T R' A OWNER

j CHURCH Block 4, Lots 9 20 AMT
David C. Hancock, Minister Notice, is hereby given that the following described lands, or 80 much Favor'lJ Sd __ ._---?.._. 17 43 29 -, John Flint ___.__ .94
J'
thereof will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite Sa 'Lot 12 .. '
I to the same, together with cost or such sales and advertising will be sold at Lot 57 ----- .- J. D. Smith .. _...,_,.,_.-,_, .S!
', SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1945 public auction on the 1st day of June A. D. 1945, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, Booth'lJ -Sd --.__-_ 17 43 29: c. C. Cochran ___ .82_,

Sunday School, 9 : 4:1 a. m., Dr C. at Florida the courthouse door, in the City of LaBcJle, County ot Hendry, and State of Lots 9, 10, 24,to 30 -- C C. Cochran :
Royal PRim Est No. 2 .: 17 43 20 3.U
:E. Gericke, superintendent. S Lots 7, 8
Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. A R. N. MILLER, 0 Royal Palm-"Est-No."-1"-_ 17 43 28 Mrs Sara P. Thomas .82.
'r.: Tax Collector of Hendry County Florida Lots 1 to 3 -
.nursery for small children is conducted Lots U to 41-- Jas Kopp _,"_ _"__"-

by the Mothers' Club at the .S. 3-4 of Sy. -of SW 3'4-ot- Jas Kopp _-" "" """ V_ 1,31,. ,

sw% --------_-_-- 17 43 29 15 Chas.
Community Center. Evelyn Terrace Sd of SE% % tal .. E. Gibson _._. 1,73
"The Family and The Nation" Is ADESCIUPTION of SW% _:__' -__-- 18 43 20 V',.. :' _

the theme of the minister's : .' Lots 49 to 52 __ Victor M. HovIs .
'
sermon.
Lots 170 to 176 178 179 ? .94
OF LAND a o TO WHOM ASSESSED Geo. H Filbert
.n _
___
Lots 206 1.06
You are cordially invited to to 214 216 to 227
; worship ,
... t '. Belle La Caaa Sd of Nft of Geo. H, Filbert ___ 1.54
with J
us. v a NEH of SE% 18 43 20
The Women's Association will meet ESE 4 Block 10, Lots 3, 4 ___._>_ W. H. Stone
Royal Palm Entn. No. 7 18 43 20 .,__"_____ .82
: 1\ the church
at Thursday May 10
on Block 1 :
I Lots 8, 9 -._ ___ L. P. Watts
;Conkling I % "North LaBelle Hel..t.SD" I All All lyg. E of St. Hwy. ?... 33 43 29 574 R. N. Miller __'____ 17.46.

t! .___________ .31 42 29 All 34 43 29 640 R. N. Miller _- r 19.S9
Lots 95 to 91 ____._______ :Millye Freed ---,_S ,82 All '_:_ 35 43 29 640 R. N. :Miller _" ._______ 19.89
36 43
29 640

ST. MARTUTS EPISCOPAL Lots 855 320___to_3U._,__344:.-.._to Lester Jacobs _.?_____ 1.50 All All --....--._-.._.___._ 1 44 29 641 R.R. N N.: Miller Miller I _r _. 19.8 31.99: !

_....._____ Lester Jacobs __. .58 ---"---.__.._ 2 44 29 643 R. N Miller .,_
CHURCH Lot 343 __ -- Gov Lots 1, 2 & Say of __,__________, 31.99
._._ Woodrow Howard .95
424 ___ _
Lots 422 to NEV4 --.--.... L.: ___.._:.__ 3 44 29 161 R. N. Miller
"North LaDelle" A Pt. of South LaBelle __,. 8.64
) Services every sunaay at 8:30a. NW1A Sam L. Farabee ..._ Gov Lots 3, 4 of SW%
26 to 36 __ __ 2,18
r .tn. at Clewiston Community I Block 17, Lots of NW% '.. __.__:.___ a 44 29
-r. I Block 26, Lots 13, 14 _____ C. C. Cook ----__.__ .70 --- 120 R. N. Miller .97
_. C. C. Cook ____ ,68 S'a ---..- __ 3 44 29 320 R. N. Miller
WJf. Lot 3 __-.:._ __ -- All 'Ex'c NE __ 16.22
Church.THE along: ESt.
:0
REV. S. D. MASON Lots Kell 177 IIII to Terrace 179. 196 to 198 32 42 Jas. A. G. Swelngler ___ 1.20 All Hwy. -_.?. .__ 4 44 29 396 R. N.- Miller _.W._. 11.71

Priest in Charge.ST. Lots 229 to 231 _.__.:...:.. Norman C. Crews. __ ..82KJrkwood All --__ 10 44 29 640 Dennis Small '_ 31.99
_____..._ 32 42 ::t 11 44 29 640 Dennis Small
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Park ... 31.99
All ._ .
_,.____._ 12 '
44 29
I --- -- 640
R. N. :Miller .. ..___ 1.43 Dennis
Block 2, Lots 6, 8, 10, 11 W% of W3h of SE& of Small ____ 31.99.

I I '. MARGARET'S. CHURCH- r- Block 13 4, Lots 2 to 10, 12_.._, R. N. Miller --.-__._ 1.97Washington NW SW;*' ---.-..-_._..___.__. 26 45 29 10 Henry L. Smith .1.30
4 of NW -
Gardens 2 43 :8 ;{ Exc Sth _
' .w- of
( 3 ,Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor Block 8, Lots 8, 9 ___ Catherine Hudson Bowles .79 SW3 of_ .NW 4 ot
NWu4 __.. ._ 27 45
29
Lavane .. ----- --- 35 Mrs.
S. L. __ Lucille
2u 23 ___ .68
Block 17, Lots to N of SEi E. Grainger 4.99
Mass Clewiston % of SE
: 9:00 a. nu. Block 40 Lots 26 27 Blanche Brown ..68WI % & '
-
SEi; of SEVi of. SE ., 27 45 29
%
Fahokee" 11:00 a. m. of' NWS ot NE3i & SW# of SB V of SEW_V?_ 27 45 29 10 30 Hurd L.: Reeves __._.__ 10.47
& Hurd L. Reeves J"F
W1h of SW r/4 of NEV4 1 A. Sq in NW Cor of NE'28 45 29 _'_ 1.74
1
W of < of SW2A. of Frances Stokes' _
% E3 SW 7.21
NE! ....__.:____......__-....._.__ 5 43 28 40 Jas Sweeney .-.____ 2.68 NW% of NEU & SE J}* of .':.
_.
_E 3-4 of SEi of NE 4 __ 43 80 A Sweeney ___..._ 1.45S % ?_ ___ 34 45 29-80 Neeley Davis __ 4.74
LEGAL NOTICES % of SW;. _........_..._ __ 5 43 28 H. Reed _ 2.66 N& of SEU Exc strip of ._',_ _
N of land 60 ft wide, said ;' V V ,
NW2f.NE1. ---...._ 6 43 28 180 A. H. Reed ---.:....-__ 5,73Erb strip being 30 ft on each
. = :
side of a line
- ----- of SEi & NW or beg at a ;

IN THE CIRCUIT : ._..._. .-...__ 6.43 28 120 A. H. ,Reed -___ 4,07Nr4Eof pt 990 ffW of NE Cor, r
COURT OF THE
NEv4 of -NE* ofNE7i S across NE% of SEU .
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF .._..._____.,___.......___ 8 43 28 5 Mrs M. E. Albritton'-: 1.64 "to apt, on S line 990 ft, ,::"" ?' "'-".- ", ... "! -_ ._
FLORIDA' IN AND. FOR PALM NEV4 of NW?4 & Err Enc.Ery W of SE Cor public road 34 45 29 78.2 Neeley Davis
> HEACH COUNTY. IN CHAACERV of SEr4 of SEri of 2 A. !in SE Cor of N& _of .' V ____ 6.44

NE; '& Exc. NJh ofNE* ::1 l ,' SEr/4 -...-----._..: 35 45 29 2 B. Green Est. : _
Case No. 20373 of NEi of NE'8 43 28 350 A. H Reed ....-.__._._ 11.09 All i._-...--____ 31 43 30 622 R: N. Miller, ___.._-____ 1.30
South Florida Conservancy District and S\V3} of SE%. of NWv4 ._ 9 43 28 10 Audrey L. Smith & Thelma All W ACL RR Rwy ..____ 5 44 30 634 R. N. Miller __ 23.06
The Board of Supervisors of said District V. Smith _____.__ 4.07 All W ACL RR Rwy ____ 6 44 30 611 R. N. Miller' __ ._____ 31.60
30.41
Beg 30 Rds E of N\V Cor. All W .ACL RR Rwy .____ 7 44 30 200 Dennis Small __._ ___
PETITIONERS, Lot 2 E 15 Rds S to Riv, NEU of SEU __?__._._. 6 44 32 40 E. F. Dunn ____...____._____ 10.31 1.67
vs. \V aig Riv to pt S of -- NW% of NESS & N% of V -

The State of Florida, Beg, N to beg __._,__ 12 43 28. 10 Thos B. Stewart __ 1.80 NWr/ -..-.-----...--.._""__ 22 44 32 120 Edith Gilman __.___ 4.40
The Taxpayers, Property Owners and Beg 210 ft W of NE Cor W% of NWtt of NE4 _._ 16 44 32 20 David Puhl __.___
1.05
Citizens of South Florida Conservancy Lot 3, W 488 ft, S 600 Providence City Sd ___. 34 44 32 .-
District ft to Riv, NE alg Riv to Lots 29, 30, Block 38 ..._ Minnie Feider
and Non-residents owning ___;______
property in said District, or pt S of beg, N to beg 12 43 28 7 A. 1L Sparr --____ 2.01 Lots 31 to 33, Blk 38 _?-" Walter R: Chapman ___ .82
subject to taxation therein 5 A. in SE Cor of E3z of Garfield City Sd _..__.._._ 34 44 32 .93
DEFENDANTS. SW7i of NWs _..______ 14 43 28 5 G. L. Sweeney 3.52 Block 4, Lot 42 --.-.--.- Rebecca:: Griffin .____
W?: of SE'/4 of NW1A Exc. ,: Block .5, Lots 21 to 24 Annie .70
;
Collington V
___ _
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE _._.
NOTICE TO The State of Florida Strip 8% ft wide & 80 Rds .:' :' Block 8, Lots 21,. 22 -- Jas. 'Jackson _.___ ...__._ 1.06
l : long on E side ___._.__.__ 14 43 28 19 3-4 Mrs J, G. Bentley..:,_" 5.48 SE% of SEW of NE& 35 45 32 10 Frank Cothern ___ .82
_.
through State Attorney for the Twelfth .82
I IJ.o Err of SWj Exc. 1 A. In .. ,:, Way of SWU of NW}{ of -
T Judicial Circuit in and for Hendry SW Car of SEJ of SW2A I "' ,.: NWA ''-....'...-____._:: 35 45 32 5 Melvin Messer .._..__
County, Florida, and the State Attorney & NWJ,4 of SE* & N?-2 ; ,- ': N\Vi of 'NE'# _.._...__...__ 36 45 32 40 Frank Cothern __..... __ 1.12
_
for the Fifteenth Judicial Circuitin of SWJiof SE% N 220 :' ,, ', All Frac _._...._..-...............__... 4 43 33 13 Essex Investment ____ 2.89
and for Palm Beach County, FlorIda yds, \V 405 ft, S 220 yds, :. All _--.....:--....---_..........-,_ .-_-- 8 43 33 628 Essex Investment Co. Inc. 1.09!
.: The Several Property Owners, E 405 ft to begbeg .. .. :'.r All _..... .-....-.....---.....-......_.._.._ 9 43 33 628 Essex Investment Co Co.: Inc. 166.05
Taxpayers, Citizens and others havingor 1065 1t W of SE Cor of .1'-1 ; : ; E% of SW% of SEtt N Inc. 166.05 ,
claiming any right, title or inter- N 220 of 9 Mile Canal ....:}..__.._.. 12 43 33 4 W. H. Surrency
_.
\5offtSI1:1': :__._.__..
_
est in property to be affected by the 1 .. .r ASs' \ f WJUt nf S\VJi nf QTT1/. of 1.39

issuance of the bonds of the South 220 "yds, "'tb' g-':':::::' '17 43 28 149 A. H Reed __.___ 8.69 51r?; ..:::.::':': "':" :'..::'='::'.-=. 12 43 33 4r G. H. Small ..... .
Florida Conservancy District, herein- NEV4 Exc. Gov Rwy _.._ 20 43 28 160 A. H. Reed _._?.-: : ___ 4.88. E1h of SEtt of NW% 23 44 33 20 H. D. Price -....-. -.----.-- 1.72
after referred to or to be. affected in NEV4 of NWJ" & Gov Lot r NEJ/ of, NEJ-i of SE'4' -.- 27. 44 33 10 Hannah Slater-- _- "'-...___-._- 1.42
any way thereby.On 1 E of Creek __....__...__ 20 43 28 52 A. H. Reed ____=-__ 2.41 Eli of N\Vlof, SEv4 _i_ 27 44 33 20 H. A. Vivian _, .._,__ .94
this the IDth day of May, 1945, All Exc Rd. ._._____ 19 46 33 634 1.42
NJ,2 of NE'J,4 of NWVd: "__ 26 43 28 20 Mrs. J. M. Barfield ___. 1.12 TRwy Charles WlJsow : 25'94
.
I there was presented to me the Petition ,Wlh of NWr/4 & SEJi of All Exc Rd Rwy _..__._ 20 46 33 634 Charles Wilson Ward --
filed in the above styled cause allegingthat NWJ & Sr of NEl4 of All Exc Rd Rwy _'__'_ 21 46 33 634 Charles Wilson Ward = 25.94 25.94:
Petitioner have authorized the NW _._____-_____ 26 43 28 140 C. 'V. Starnes-Mrs.. Bar- All Exc Rd Rwy -.-__ 28 '46 33 628 Charles Wilson Ward
issuance of bonds described as follows field __._..___._......__ 5.23. :All Exc Rd Rwy ___.._ 29 46 33 631 Charles Wilson Ward -- 25.94 25.94
: : Elh of W% of SEr4 of All ExcRd Rwy __'-.__ 30 46 33 634 Charles Wilson! Ward = 25:94:
;1 South Florida' Conservancy District I. NE7i ..-..__..._..___....__.._;_ 29 43 28 10 T. C. Warren __n__ 1.42 All .-_._____.._._.__... 31 46 33 640 Charles Wilson Ward
: .;... Refunding Bonds, Series 1945.. dated WJh of SW;. of NW3 of All ..___.._.________.w. 32 46 33 640 Charles Wilson Ward = 25.94
April 1, 1945, in the amount of $480- : SW3:._ ._.._____.__......?..-___ 5. U 28 5 Mamie W. Waters _.._;.___' :1.09 All Exc Rd Rwy ........::."_._ 33 46 33 634 Charles. Wilson. Ward 25.94 25.94
ir 000.00, maturing serially on October EIt of NEi of N'V4 of Lincoln Sq. Park No. 1 35 47 33 '_. --

!f 1 of each of the'years 1947 to 1969, both NW;+ _..___.__._....._....__ 8 H 28 5 Mrs. Grace Arnold _.?__ 1.09. Block 16, Lot 43 Charley Little _._.. __._ .71
inclusive, and bearing interest at the Wiz of SWr/4 of SEr/4 of' Block 60, Lots 10, 11 -.-- Richard Grimes .95
j j rates shown in the exhibit of said NWV4 ; ... 8 H 28 5 Elspeth Gillespie'.__..._.._. 1.09.' Lincoln Sq. Park Sd No. 2 35 4T 3.1 ----?-

Petition. Elk of S.A.------------ Block 17, Lots 41, 42 -.-.- E. R. Bostic _._.__....:..-_._ .84

I i The Petition prays for validation of NWJ _..._.._....:...__:. 8 U 28 5 Elspeth Gillespie _::'._. 1.09 Err .......__..._.....___..____.___ 5 48 33 320 Harriet, Gulford _.___,..: _
i said bonds, and all proceedings relat- E'4 o'f SE 3; of SE ud oiNWv4 Garfield Park sa _..____._ 9 48 33 -? 8.23

ing thereto, including the levy and _...______...._ 8 H 28 5 Elspeth Gillespie ___ 1.09 I Block 7, Lots 44. 46 A. A. Teams __ .95
I appropriation of taxes to pay said HardlnJt Heights Sd. _._ 6 43 20: Block 19, Lot 28 ?.------- V Walter White ::===
i bonds and the interest thereon, the Lot 178 ___.._.___.,____ lIf, Hayes __._ .94. Block 29, Lots 38, 39 -- >, Sarah White _.__-..._....I .58.84
liens of said taxes, and for other adjudications City of LoBe lie _'_'_'_ All N of 9 Mile Canal & --
relating said bonds and n.rd' Sd of GoodnO'8 Sd. 4 43 ,29 East of Rd Lots 13F,

I proceedings. Reference is hereby Block I, Lots 13, 14 _'__" McWilliams .._.M---__ 1.61 14B, 15, 16B, 17B _.-.__ 7 43 34 31R.; ; E. Kurtz: __":'.._.__.___ 10.62
made to the Petition for the full statement Goodno'8 Sd of NEr of Beg at a pt 655 ft E of -
I of the allegations and the prayer. Block 6 _.-__..___,_.__ 4 43 29 SW Cor E 88 ft, N 80 ft, : .t>.,.. I
Park Place sa __....___ E 43 ft, N 65 ft. E 94 ft. .
.
1 f The State of Florida and the others Lots 1 to 5,' 8' to 19 _____ R. N. Miller ____"..__ 2.88 N10ftW140ft.S55ft. .: .. i
\ to whom this notice Is addressed are Lots 6, 7 _..:......____...__ R. N. Miller _.._.__._, ....:..__ ,1.42 W 85 ft, S 100 ft to beginning '
'. required to appear before this Courtin Stewart' Sd Elks 55,' 33, __...._.,._...._..____.._._ 14 43 34 T. J. Geiger ___.____.___ 4.55
the Courtroom. hereof in West Palm 34._._.__._..--.--....-.._._' 4 43 29. Harlem Sd, Tract 960x1810:
Beach, Florida, on the llth day of Lots 6, 11 _._.':'__.._.:.__..__ Carroll R. Christie ..._:..-_ 1.20 ft In NF.J:0 43 34 V r
c June 1945, at 11 o'clock A. M., at which Beg 50 ft N of Cor Blk Block K Lots w2,3 ...H.____ Elbert Allen ...____ ___ 3.05
i time and place the hearing in this 23, N 85 ft, E 130 ft, S Block K, Lot 4 -..-.---- Dave Atkinson ......:e.- 2.49
cause shall be held, and show cause 85 ft, \V 130 ft to beg __ 4 43 29 W. H. Reynolds ____ ._ 4.70 Block K, Lots 5, 6 W. A. Muldrow ______= 17.25
1 why the prayers of said Petition should Aiken Sd .__... .....__._ 4 43 20 Block K, Lot 7 _____ .. 'Geo. Bickham _._...__._..:: 2.18:
I not be granted and the proceedingsand Block 42, Lots 13, 14 ___ Frank & Madge Cothern 2.57 Block K, Lot 19 ._.._, _.__. Floyd Tukes .___.:.....__._ 2.18
i bonds validated and confirmed as Court House Sq Sd _._..____ D 43 29 Block K, Lot 20 __._____ \V m. Franklin ______..__ 2.18
i therein prayed. I mod: 47, Lot 1 _.?.._...._......_ Clifford Luckey __.....:..-_ .94 Block K, Lot 22 _._.?__.___ "" Clara Donaldson _._____._ 1.98
"A copy of this notice, the Petition, mock 70 Exc 1 acre in N'V Block .K, Lot.30 _._.._..,:._.... _' >;:' J. H. Johnson: .?..____...._._._.._ 1.98
and, the ,exhibits thereto shall be CorLaBelle .....:-,.._____. 9 43 29 J. C. Jackman ___.__ ..3.18 Block: L; Lots 29, 30 ..,....- '" ': '<. Elmer Whitfield! _._.._.._.. 49.12
on the State Attorneys for Palm served Block.71 LaBelle .....:..____ 9 43 29 ( J. C.' Jaclcman -_...__. .....___" 2.88 Block L. Lot 32 _..;....._..__.__. ..- -.. Elmer Whitfield _..___ 16.82 y
Beach and LaBelle Terrace, Block C. ?. 9 43 2U Block N- Lots 2, 3 _.._...__.: '. : Archie B. Dudley __..__...__ 4.49 ,
notice County shall be Hendry County. The Block H, Lots 15, 16 ...;._..:_ Mrs Robt. Haish _._._..____ 1.06 Block: Q, Lot 4 _......_._..t... Rosa Lee McMillan ___._ 2.49
said published in each of College View __.. .....:____.__ 5 43 29 Block Q. Lot 6 _..__.______ Elmer Whitfield ___..__ 20.01
Counties for the time and in the Lot 7 ....__.__.._...._.....?.....,_."..._._ James Luckey ___.._,.w: _. 1.21 Block Q, Lot 9 .w._..____... Elmer Whitfield __._._.._ 2.49!
manner required by law. Lots 12, 13 _..._..._,...__..___ Steve Thomas __._._:..___ 1.00 Block Q. Lot 14 .--_......-.-- Sam. Coleman' __. 2.49:
Any property owner, taxpayer, citi Ith'f'rvlew Park ._....::.._.___.._ G 43 29 HookerN Sd: "V''___ .__....._..-_. 23 4:. 34 ------

zen or person interested may become Lots 49, 50 .....____._...?_.____ R. N. Miller __..._._....___.... 1.06 Lot 17 .-.......-.......................... ...........- Minzie M. McCall _._..___..__ 2.48
a party to this proceeding by plead- Andrew' Add 1.0 LaBelle E'' of NE A of NWJ1E _........ 24 43 34 ,0:; Chas. N. Williams ..__.__ 79.08
ing to the said Petition on or before Park ._..____.._...;..____._ G 43 ::9' i of SW?: of SW;4 .._.... 35 43 34 :20 Trustees I. I. Fund _?._._ 76.05'
the time herein set for the. hearing.In Lots 11, 12, Block 8 _.._.._._ Sallie Gravely ,_ 1.31 E" of NE% of NE'i "'_'" 17 44 34 l0 Peter Gunderson ____....._ 1.73
the event the Decree to be entered Lot 9, Block 9 __-,-_._... C. J. & Mattie Richards _. 1.06 Elk of NWU of NEH ___. 17 H 3-1 2200 Edward Sturgis ._._' _'_._ 1.73
in this cause grants the prayers of Avalon Place SII '_...'___ 8 43 :0 \VIh of NEH of SWJ4 __ 21 H 3.{ Sarah Hughes ___.__.__ 1.73
said Petition such Decree shall be Lots 2, 3 ......_.._.......__._..__ J. C. Jaclcman __.__._._..._._._ 4.07 ,vi); of NWU of SE'. ,-- 33 H 34 48 Sarah A. Hughes __........ 1,73
1 forever conclusive as to all matters Lot 11 ___._._?......_.._.__.___. I J. C. Jaccman __....._:.........._ 167 SWVi of NWU ... ..___ 1 45 34 L. S. Remsberg ______ 2.37
adjudicated, against the Petitionerand Faln'lew Sd ......._.._...__..-._ 8.43 29 _" NE& of SEi of SW3+ ._ 25 45! 34 10 Seaboard Highlands Inc .94
all parties affected thereby including Lots 105 to 125.--.,. City of LaBelle ._._._....??_... 2.27 E'/fc of SE'S :of SWV4 -....- 1 4+ 31 48; Harvey F. Cornwell _..,:,.: 1.20:
those to whom this notice is i Belmont Sd ?_ _,__.._.__ 8 43 29 S1h & NW 3S _.....--. ._.,_..,._._ 5 4 vose Babcock .._L_.____ 12.12
addressed, and the validity of said Lot 2, Block 1 _._."_?...._.__ City of LaBelle ___._...?_."._. .70 All ...---..--.-.-..........._.__.._ 6 47 31 640 Vose Babcock ____:.__._ 16.00
bonds and proceedings may never be Lots I, 2, Block 9 __...____ Donald Fussell ....._..______ .78 All .?-_._._,_...__._._,_.__.___._ 7 4+ ; 640 Vose Babcock ._...___.__ 16.00
called in question in any court Lots I, 2. 2.1, Block 13 __ Mrs. C. H. Hunnicutt _"_ 1.19 All ... .........."--..-.--..-.....--.-- 8 47 640 Vose Babcock ...... _..._. 16.00
Done and ordered in Chambers at Lot 10, Block. 13 _.___. W. R. Harrell _..?._.._._.:...__ .8 2 All ......_..._.,._......?..._.________._. 17 34 480 Vose Babcock _...._-_.Z_.__ 12.12
West Palm Beach. Florida, in the Fifteenth Adalr'H Add TQ IJelmont .? 8 43 :1) All ,......-.-..._-..-....-.-.._.---.-. 19 47 31 640 Vose Babcock --.________. 16.00
Judicial Circuit of the State of Lots 1 to 4 ..__.....__ W. W. Magruder _._;...._._. 1.91 All -.-.-.--.-......-...".-..--.._.-.- 20 4f '640 Vose Babcock -;::.. :.. __... 16.00
Florida this 10th day of May, A. D., Ford Park Sd ..........,_...__?_ 8 43 29 All -..--.........._....._......-..-.._........__..,.... 29 3" 640 Vose Babcock -?--.:..,-.....__ 16.00
1945 All ,... ... .. .. ........_..._. 31 640 Vose Babcock _. .
Sec. : -
1, Lots 4, 5 ... ___ Louis Thomas _._._ ..__?..._ 5.32 --- ---- -- H --- 16.00
JOSEPH S. WHITE All __ _____ ___ ___ 32 34 640 Vose Babcock __._:.___..
Rec. .
1. Lots 10, ::11, 19 ___ City of LaBelle __ _._.___ 1.67 "' ?'' 16.00
Judge of the Circuit Court of Sec I, Lot 18 ...._....__..__.._ F. A. Davis __...?...___._-?_..._.. .94 N y'_ & SEtf .......?._..__._...._ 33 47 34 ig Vose Babcock _____._...._ 12.12
the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit Sec. 1" Lot 28 ___...._._..?___ ElI.1a Hall ._......._ .... _.__.__...._ .82 S11 _----......-... --......-..---...- 2 48 ra'34 Vose Babcock ._-..__. 8.23
of the State of Florida in and Sec. I, Lot 31 _______.__ J.V.. Porter __._.....,..?___._ 1.67 N32 .--.--._.--:--_--.--..--- 3 48 34 320 Vose Babcock --.. ...:. -. 8.
for Palm. Beach County, Florida. Sec. .1, Lot 52 ......._.......___?... .. b! .,- City of LaBelle ......._..:;.._..__ .82 S. ._.._.........---:---..-._-.....- 4 48 34 320 Vose Babcock -: --.. -:;-.,.-; 8.;;!
:(SEAL) .T. ALEX ARNETTE. Sec. I, Lots 58 to 63 _._ City ot LaBelle ____.:..__.__ 1.31 All ....................-............,..--..-----:.:..- 5 48 84 640 Vose Babcock ... :- -- 16.00
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Sec. I, Lots 6.. 65 _-_..._.._ Ruth Long _.._.....---;-..____.. 1.19 S1h & SE?; .?........._.___.__.__? 6 48 t 480 Vose Babcock ----.0--__:.. 12.12
the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit SE'c. I, Lots 66 to- 68 ?__ :'. ". L: M: Kitchen .__._.__._...-.:. 1.31 NEV4 ---. ._._.._.._--........-._..-_. 9 48 34 Vose Babcock --.-.____? 4.34
of the State of Florida in and Sec. 1, Lot 69 ..":'- ._.__' '. 'I< Robt Watkins .......____::_.___ .94 All _.::.._:.__._.....__....._...._.___?._ 10 48 640 Vose Babcock :--.-_...__._ 16.00
for Palm Beach County. Sec I, Lot 77 _..:______._ )"j j City of r... Belle _....._.__ .9Sec. 4 All ...._... _._........___._____...._...__ 11 48 34 640 Vose Babcock .______._ 16.00
Raymond R. Richardson, Attorney. I, Lot 78 ...._. .f/ Williams ._._.__._._._ .82 City of Clewinton' --.-.---..- 16 4:1: 3--& .r .
May 11, 18, 25, 1945. Sec. 1. Lot 79 _..._.___....._._..__ ','f. Tim Curtis _.__....___.____._ '1.0Sec 0 Block '20. Lot 10 -.--- R. E. Kurtz ....._...-.-.-._.__..._ 3.99
1 !' Lots. 82, 83 -.-.--..-.-'" H.. C. Courtney_ ---.---- !.!Q Block. 161 Lot 31 ....____._. Clewiston Realty & ,
1A "OCI .1, .01.3 00, OJ; __..__.._ \It: or LaJjeUe ...._.._..___ J..J.:1 Wev.. Corp. --.-......,..._ 4.86
Sec. I, Lots 98 99, 100, 101 V >H. C. Courtney ;.. _..._,...__ 1.67 Block 176 Lot 29 ..--.-..- Costella ____..:..._ 6.9.1
NOTICE OF TAX SALE FOR DELINQUENT ec. 1, Lots 111, 112 ___ City of LaBelle ...__.__._._?.:. 2.27 Block 17fi. Lot :SO ____.__ Esther G. Hog-ben.'! _....,.__ 6.94
1044 KA'ERGLAHES DRAIN- Sec. 1, Lots 121, 122 _,_.._ I.lzzie Edwards ._.______ 1.19Rec. Block 190, Lot 4 __.__" 9. 43. 34 G. E. Etherton --?_._______ 4.78 '
AGE DISTRICT TAXES 1, Lots 123, 124 __ '. Tim Curtis ...____...__._...___ 1.19 Block 201, Lot 33 -.-.--- J' D. Gortatowsky .-._._. 4.56
Sec. 1, Lot 125 .........-.h._ ( Society ...............___...._...,.._..._.._._ .94 Block 202 Lot 1 _.._.._.?__ 9 43 34 C. L. Arbuthnot _..._...__? 4.66 1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Sec 1, Lots 126 to 158 ._ .. City ot LaBelle _____..?.._? 2.E 8 Block 204, Lot 8 --.."- A' J. Anderson ...-._-__._ 5.11: t
all lands delinquent on June 1, 1945, Sec. 2, Lots 1 to 165 -_._._.._ City of l..aBelle ......___._...__ 2.5 2Ro..nhC'rr''H Block 207, Lots 17, 18 -..... D. K. Plank ..-.-.-.....--.-_.__. 43.90
for non-payment of EVERGLADES Sd of NWrof V Block 3R1. Lots 27. 28 ....._ 16 43 34tl T" H. Jones Sr. _.__,_..___._ 56.17
DRAINAGE DISTRICT taxes for the NWV4 ........_.... ..... .........__........__...' 8' 43 '.29 Block 355, Lot 22 _,...?""..-_ V J. W. SuPthen ....'_.'''_'__'__ 2.75
year of 1944, 01 so much thereof as Lots 3 to 6, Exc that part V Block 355, Lot 21 ...._...._._ J. D. Gortatsky _._......__..__. 2.75
1' may be necessary to pay the amount Lot: 3 SE of St. Hwy No. Block 356. Lots 18 to 22 ...- V J. D. Gortatsky ._._...._._._.... 11.88
due for taxes on said lands for said 25 ... .-..:......:... ......_...._......._,._.___, V 18 l\Iahala s. Royer ...._...,...?_.._._ 4.70 Block 350.1 Lot 44 -.........--.?- V Margaret Buttemer .._.._._._ 2.79
year, together with the cost of sale RR Rwy of Sta. & Terminal Mock 35*. Lots 15 to 17 ? 43 34 Albert H. Leitner _.:._....__ 10.21
specified in the laws governing said Grounds in __._ 8-9 43 29iiglewood SAL ny Co. Assessed by Block 358. Lot 19 ,.._._._ _. E. A. Cadwell .._.__.._...._._.._... 5.18
District, will be sold at public auction Comptroller '.''_'''_''_ 10.77 Block 359, Lots 1, 2 _._.._ ,. John W. Hepwortn Kst. 4.01'
beginning at twelve o'clock noon' on Terrace Sd .._ 8 ,.43. 29 Block 360, Lots 10, 11 _--- Clewiston Realty &
the 1st day'of June 1945, at the front Sec. A. Lots 6, 7 ___._ \V. M. Bon ton ___..;..___ .7 0 V Dev. Corp. .--...-?..---- 6.47
door of the Court House in the City Sec. B, Lot 1 _._.'__.._ Mrs. Ella n. Bryan ____ .8.2 Block 360, Lots ,32, 33 __._ V Mrs. O. E. Galloway ____._ 6.38
of LaBelle, Florida, and continuing Sec B, Lots 2 to 4 ?.._ .___ W. C. Evans ._- -?.._::.-_.:..._ .8 2 I Block 360. Lots 44, 45 _.- Stokes Murphy --.._.._.___ 10.10
until said sale Is completed. Sec B, Lots 9 to 150 ____ W. C. Evans _______-.. 1.67 Block 3C3, Lot 19 ____ airs Maude C. Anderson 11.35
A complete list of such delinquent Sec C, Lot 139 .._........___ J Mgt. Bon ton ......_.._____ .7 0 Block 365, Lot 24 _..._..__._ Exter Baking Co. _.___. 3.15
laivis Is available for public inspection Sec. D, Lots 1 to 38 ._.__._ V RR Rwy Assessed by Block :l69( Lot 10 ..?_....,....- Ralph S. & Ruth Bond _.... 5.03
during the business hours at the of Comptroller ___..._,_........ 3.18 Block 372, Lot 15 _'___ A. J. Thlelen _...._.__._._,_.,._ 7.00
fice of the Tax Collector for the County Sec. D, SV of 84 to 113 & Block 377, Lots 13, 14 .:.__ L. L. Shirley ..........._,._.__.__. 33.88
of Hendry in the Court House at S1of. 115 to 120 & 114 .. SAL RR Co. Assessed by Block 381, Lot 3 ...____.____ Elmer A. Ez-ickaon ..___.._._ 2.36
LaBelle', Florida, and inquiries as to Comptroller .. 2.27 Block 407, Lot 12 _____._ Clewiston Realty & -
'I lane1- included in said delinquent list Sec D, Lots 121 to. 150 AL RPa Co. Assessed Wby Dev. Corp. .._...____.,.__..... 3.66 .
.I by mail or by telephone, or in Comptroller ..._._..._......_ 1.49 Block 411, Lot 4 __......_..,.._._ Joseph E. Elder ..___....__.._. 3.36 4
during business hours will be person, Sec. G, Lot 20 "......._.._..:.._ Mt Bon ton '''__'__''___'__'' .70 Block 412. Lots 26(;. 27 ._._ Aaron D. Frances _._._......___. 4.15
answered by the office of said fully Tax Sec. I, Lot 1 .-...-.....__.-..__ Mrs.. E. J. Heroy._......_..,. .56 Block 422, Lots 27, 28 ..... City of Clewiston --- 3.59
r Collector L/uckey'M Sd of F.Va of NBV4 Block 448, Lot 24 __._._._ Beatrice Jacobs _._ ..... .-j.. '5.06
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t R. N. MILLER of NE'/i _.....__..._...._.____ 17 .13:0 Block 495, Lot 8 __.__...._.. .. 16 43 34 JW.. Dougherty _? .-.. .. 11.29:::
Tax Collector: of Block 1, Lots 8. 9. 12, 13 Stafford Lucke .:?._.. '_'___ 1.43 Block 495,. Lot 14 _......:-_ J Claud L. Beckett __....__.__ 3.44 '
County, Florida. Hendry Block 1, Lots 14, 15 ____._ Joe Carver ._.___..........._......:_..__ .9t Block 495, Lot 16 ___._ C. M. Allan __.__._._....._....,...___.. 5.260
May 4, 11, 18, 25. Block 1, Lots 21, 22, 25, 26 Stafford Luckey __..._._...__...... 1..13
Block 3, Lots 3 to 6 ......__.._ Ray C. Hull ............._......._........'_ 1.1 3. ,



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REV. HAXCOCK: ATTENDS I _Six: other wells are being drilled I III :Mrs Doris Walden which was, followed -; well, pastor of the Assembly of God j r Master' Let Me Walk With Thee"
work on three by the Invocation and Lord'sPrayer Church and a hymn America after and Blest Be The Tie That Binds"concluded .
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II I more has been shut down; five I by Rev H.. C. Meador. A .which the congregation stood forta the service.'
David C .Hancock, pastor of the i holes have been abandoned and hymn, "0 God Our Help in Ages'; moment of silent prayer during i, Rev. David C. Hancock, pastor of
Community Church, was called Monday Humble is preparing to. start on I'Past" was followed by a responsive'I ,which Rev. Meador read a tribute I the Community Church who had
to attend the Training Institute i i No.i 6 one mile north of Sunni- reading from the Psalms. A Prayerof to those who had given their lives played an important part in arranging ...
ILake Alfred, Florida, and returned two other locations. Besides Humble J. Dimence of the Church of Us," 'was followed by a litany of ,I out of town the first of the week
so this city on Wednesday.'This I' wells are being drilled by Pure God; a hymn' "Praise Him, Praise dedication, a prayer of dedication nyi i and was unable to participate in the I
meeting, under the auspices Oil, Republic, Magnolia Petroleumand Him," was sung and a period of Arch Hodges and two hymns, O |I I program
of the Presbyterian Church, :was at-j sentence prayers was followed by the "

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tlie faculty of the camp when it and Faith of Our Fathers. Petitionsfor
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suggested that a specific day be set .I to home service staff ,to-I' Hotel of ing of our kitchen next Sunday (Mother'sDay :t tI
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