The Clewiston news
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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 18, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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i it SCHOOL BOARD MET Hendry County' Is ENCOURAGING NEWS I Drought Broken 71'-', COUNTY BOARD OF

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. r'? TO APPROVE' GRANT.I Hendry C. V. -County Parkinson War, chairman Finance of Com-the" LT.: MORRIS FORDAlthough fallen Although here through no heavy Thursday rains -had noon yet, !IN SPECIAL SESSIONAt

---.... I' I mittee reported this week that Hen- almost daily showers since'last Sat-
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f' The school oard net in special drp County is lagging far behind on no word has as yet urday indicate that the ,rainy season a special 'meeting of the boardof

'Session: Friday for the purpose of I its "E" bond quota as the seventh come through from 'Lt. Morris Ford, : ,,which for the past three or four I county commissioners a -resolution

'formally accepting a grant o$ $17- !I War Loan Drive got underway officially held for almost three years in a I' years has been little more than a i was adoped calling for a roadto
500 to apply on expenses df building I last Monday. Nazi prison' camp, to indicate his memory might have started. Devil's Garden to connect with

the new 'school at CI '7iston.- I As of May 15 only $13,669 on"E" liberation, spl.mdid'news was received -I Saturday's shower brought a the' Indian' Reservation 'road, and it
The board at a previous meeting bond sales had been credited to this week, by his mother quarter of an inch of rain here and the 'same time the board approvedJ.

voted to pay teachers of the comity ,I Hendry County, cleared through the when she was visited by a Lieut. 'I another on Monday amounted to D. McLeod as county, surveyor to
$200 each, less teacner retirementand Federal Reserve Bank cr about six- Brown of Boynton Beach who was .28, Ritta getting a downpour on succeed G. M. Ford of Clewiston, recently -
teen cent of the county quota. that day of 3.11 inches. On Tuesday deceased.
with in
income tax deductions, on the per Morris one prison camp for
1944-45 year's salary, Miss Jean The school has done a, fine job of eleven months. He had seen Mor- the fall was .26 iff Clewistonand The following is Clerk William

Moore, county supervisor to receive selling and indications are that ris on April 5 and said ,that, at I on Wednesday! the shower mea- Hull's offical record of the meeting,
,' two units or $400. Other businessto school 'sales have accounted for that time, he was well and in fine sured .13 inches. I at which all' board members were
"E" bonds This is the first month in many
be cleared included preparing the most of the volume of spirits. I present:
months when rainfall has exceededthe I
school calendar for the year '1945- sold to date. The two officers were together at Chairman J. O Davidson advised
46, as follows: Since other series bonds whichare Stalag Luf No. 3 for the eleven- 'I several-year average To date the Board that the meeting had been

Sept. 5-Opening date. Pre-school purchased by corporations have month period and then _became sep-' two inches of rain has been averaged called in regard to work on the
I -planning conference for teachers. All not been long on sale there is no arated when moved to a camp near I in the U S. Sugar Corporation's Devils Garden Road. Motion by

persons interested in Hendry county way ''of knowing just how the coun- Nurenberg. Shortly thereafter Lt. Western Division and 5.61 Miner seconded by Evers that the

t I .- schools invited ,to take part. ty stands at present in the over-all Brown escaped and made his way inches for the year.- The deficiencyfor clerk write' Hon., F. Elgin Bayless,
: I Sept. 6-Faculty meetings in individual I quota but the quota has always back to the American lines and this year is still 7.86 inches. I Chairman State Road Department

lo rooms ana preparation been topped and there is little reason then back to the States but he had Wednesday heavy showers were and Hon. J, H. Dowling, State High-
K> made for opening date. to believe that this drive will seen Morris on April 5 and the fact reported from nearby areas .and way Engineer and express the

Sept. Registration:: 0: pupils be an exception. that he was well at that time indi- Ridde Field had a severe hail Board's appreciation for the con-
and organization of classes and cates that he was alright when the sideration shown our delegation in

classrooms. Children's first day m Morrision, Field Will liberating armies reached his -- connection with the Devils Garden
school. camp. Contract To Be Let Road, Motion carried.
Sept. 10-Work begins in earnest Hold Open House Because there are so many of I Motion by Evers seconded by
,on regular: schedules. I these' prisoners whose families must In June For New Miner I. 'that Mr. J. D. McLeod be

,Oct, 5-End of first school month Sunday, 11ay27 ? be notified of their liberation, it is recommended to the Governor for
School Cafeteria -
:Nov. 2-End of second month. necessarily a slow process and it is appointment as County Surveyor,

Nov. 29-30, Thanksgiving Day Morrison Field will play host to probable that good news will be Motion carried.
\p' 'holidays.Nov. residents of the Palm Beach area .received from ,J.t Ford almost any H.L.. Hackney of the Federal Motion by Waldron serco'nded by

30-En-1 of third month. at an Open 'House Sunday, May 27, day.Lt. I Works Agency was here Tuesday 10 Miner that the following resolution-
L Dec. 21 through Jan. 7-Christ, observing the AAF Air Transport II Ford was the second Clewis-,-I confer with E. M. Cornette: chairman I be adopted, ]Motion carried.RESOLUTION .

;mas holidays. Command's fourth anniversary, it i ton man captured by the Nazis and of the county school board, Dr. j
,Jan. 11-End of fourth month. has' been announced by Col. Richard i j!i the last to be liberataed. He was C. E. Weaver county superintendent I WHEREAS, there remains- the

Feb. 8-End of fifth month. T. Kight, commanding: officer of the captured on June 22, 1943 after his \' and Bert D. Keck, architect, relative SO percent Second Gasoline Tax
March S--End of sixth month. huge Caribbean Division base., ship was brought down on a bomb- to plans for construction of I' Fund to the credit ,of tile State Road

April 5-End of seventh month. From 1 to 5 on Open House day ing mission over Germony.DR. ., the new school cafeteria, a- contractfor I Department a balance of nioney allocated -

'May '3-End of eighth month. visitors will got a clos-eup view of, ------- which is to be let early in June. for expenditure in the construction
May 31.-End of ninth school This to cost and improvement of State
aircraft and other equipment: figuring building,, approxi-
month. in ,the West Palm Beach bases's. LOTT DESCRIBES mately $35,700.vas made, possibleby I roads in Hendry comity,. Florida,
: May 31-Closing date of schools;
importantvartime activities. I the recent approval of a federal I and '
The Friday before Easter is de- rounds grant for more than half of the I WHEREAS,, it is, to the best interest -

: clared a Sprint holiday. out Although its fourth the year ATC on actually Tuesday, May EFFECT OF BURNINGON amount.. Application for this loan I I of Hendry ,County that that
certain State known Devils
road as
was made prior to' the plans for voting I I
29 the Sunday Open House date
t, ;;:>, Two Ladies HonoredFor was, chosen to make it possible' for a bond issue for new school I Garden Highway in Hendry_ County
in the SOIL OF 'GLADES buildings and since the funds are I from a point on State Road No. 25
'morevisitors to participate
!southerly for a distance of approximately -
Service, Club ,Work event.. Col.. Kight explained now available tit"this building, and
.' While routine operations at the designs have, been approved by, the I twelve _rniles: ''be surfaced so
\ --- Dr. W. L. Lott, research chemistfor state board of education it is possible I'I as to put it in condition for use,
Mrs. E. W. Durse and Mrs. Elbe field continue unabated, Morrison
to proceed. at with plans/ that the, ,said balance, of funds
;: :L. Stewart re'centiy received from I Field officers and ejilisfpd<< personnel the United States Sugar Corporation once I J I employed Jar that ;
'-W+ for purpose J
i .construction.
the office of the State Defense will demonstrate various phases (.f i made a 'very interesting talk' ,; *V U><_Hfc"j AO.,,'_,I*r-<-sNQWTIIEREFORE, ITS IT. RESOLVED -
Council ,citation ribbons for more their daily jobs and the equipment at the meeting of the Kiwanis Club .7 'c "by" the TjoarlPo it :County'
I than a thousand hours of work as they use. Work Hurricane I '
Wednesday night in. which he described on : I. Commissioners of "jHendry! :-County,
hostesses ,at the Cadet Club. Both TentativeplD.l1S call for display of : : Florida, in Regular Session' assembled -
ladies have put in 1500 hours and both transport' and tactical aircraft, the harmful: effect of partial Gate Is Begun By I that the State Road Department

I were, recommended for the ribbon In keeping with Morrison Field's burning on the deep muck soils. I of Florida be and it is authorized
I by R. Y. Patterson, chairman of the ferrying and transport mission. In Dr. Lott has been making extensive U. S. Engineers and requested to expend the

Hendry County Defense- Council. addition, displays will feature emer- studies of the acidity and alkalinity I balance oj", money now existing of
The ribbon is a bar- ot' white with' gency -equipment such as, fully-pro- of the various' types of De-watering of' the hurricane gate the 80 percent 'Second Gasoline Tax'

vertical blue stripes.\ the center visioned life rafts, parachute packs muck and he has ample opportunityto here was begun Thursday at noon I Fund to the credit of the State t

the gold 'CD oC Civilian Defense is and rigging, jungle and medical observe how, a slight burning by the U. S. Engineers and it was I I Road Department and Allocated for
a white, triangle against a round kits. raises the alkalinity of soils. The thought that the gate would be use in the improvement of' .tate

blue background. The ribbon _was Arrangements have been completed worst damage, he says is to saw- completely dry before ,nightfall-that roads in Hendry County in the auI'-

presented by Albert W. Blanding; to park hundreds of cars on grass muck, the custard apple muck day.A faeing. Devils Garden Highway from
'acting executive director of the the base and to transport visitors' not being so seriously ,damaged by large group of German POWs a point on State Road No. 25 southerly -
State Defense Council. ,_ from the parking space to 'the ex- the fire... from the Belle Glade camp are be- for a distance of approximatelytwelve

hibition area. TIle exhibition itself ing,, used to scale off the old paint. miles with such material as
In the back 'glades, where fires
Slaughterers Should will center in a relatively small area have raged unchecked for several and prepare "the structure for a: may be selected by tne State Road
for the convenience of visitors, and complete repainting. All metal parts Department bet adapted: to preparing -
weeks he estimates that hundredsof
a 'Furnish Information first aid and comfort facilities will acres of muck land have leen will be cleaned and if repairs are the said Devils Garden Highway
I be provided. needed they will be made.The for use as an improved road,
ruined entirely, for the muck is
With Application I Industrial Canal is blockedto Motion by Evers seconded by
f thinner and soon burns to sand. In 1
-..- I boat traffic while the work is un- Miner that the Board adjourn, Mo:
WRECKING: COMPANY: ERECTS other deeper areas closer to the I
derway, about fifteen days being required tion carried.
Farm slaughterers who wish to LARGE STORAGE BUILDINGThe lake fires are usually put out be-
The next J. O. DAVIDSON,
for completion. _
obtain new permits for selling or fore burning too deeply. i| '
will be WILLIAM T. HULL, Chairman
{ structure to be so repaired
transfer of meats after July 1 must Clewiston: Wrecking Com- Using a scale of 0, to 14 for test- .
register with the local war price and' pany has virtually completed the ing he explained that the seven I the Belle Glade hurricane gate. Clerk.School

rationing ,board as soon as possibleand construction of a warehouse on the point is considered neutral and soils I
the ration office asks that reg- property fifty by one hundred feet.E. testing below seven ar<* acid while Lee Announces The Dance To

istrants come to the' office with M. Cornette, head of the com- those above are alkaline. By taking Follow On
Distribution Of Race Banquet -
complete information in order to
pany, purchased and razed a packing cores thirteen inches long the vari- F

avoid delays. house at Alva to, obtain materialfor ous stratas of muck are tested and Track FundsState Saturday Night .. \
;' On this application the applicant the construction of this building often when a core shows an inch cf )
\. must put his name and address, the The floor is reinforced concrete burned muck at the top it is mixed
]l quantity of meat he slaughtered or with the other soils and raises the Comptroller, J. M. Lee, has The annual Junior-Senior Dance,

had slaughtered for him, and soldor In addition to serving as a stor- alkalinity bv: five to six tenths'per announced 'the distribution of I of the Clewiston High School, will

transferred during the first, sec- age place for parts taken from cent. The desired point for soils, he $2,000.00: of race track funds to I be held Saturday evening, Sugar-
ond, third and fourth quarters of each county from race track taxes. land Recreation Hall, beginning at
wrecked is of five
j cars a repair shop will be said at a point or six < 1944. He must give the name of installed. slightly on the acid side.: Sulphuris With the lifting of the Federal I nine o'clock. The Cadet orchestra,

,\ the slaughterer and the live weight 1! .--.--.....- used, to a large extent to counteract regulation closing race tracks, sev- of Riddle Field, will play for the
:, of the animals slaughtered during alkalinity. eral dog 'tracks are again operatingand I I dance, which will continue until ,
\ each quarter, if it was slaughtered 1 I I Veterans Of Foreign Following Dr. Lett's talk three the Comptroller states that it 2:00. Admission for service men 13

for him. If he did not transfer' any Wars Organize Here new members were taken into the is possible that. the entire amount $1.00 per person, and for civilians,
meat during 1944 he should state I
guaranteed to cunUes-$33,090.00 $1.50.
club Dr. W. D. Wylie, R. McLeodand r
that, and apply for a permit In the U. T. Koch. Glen Etherton gavea I.-may; be available from this The dance will follow the annual
V amount of 400 pound: or less. Commander C. E. Morris of the brief history of each of the new' source. In the event racing taxes Junior-Senior banquet to be held tI
Permits began Issuance on May Veterans of Foreign Wars is in members, explained to them the fall short of f'.iis sum then it will at the Clewiston Inn. '.
14 and will continue until July 1. Clewiston for a few days and has purposes of Kiwanis and presented be made up on June 30th from the I,I
Even if the farmer new has a per- I I organized a post of that organiza- them with membership buttons. General Revenue Fund of the State. COMPANY BUYS BONDS t
mit he must obtain i_ new one be-, tion here. The Comptroller is also making a
t fore that time. Permits are not required -I Arthur Bong a consin of the famous distribution to the Teachers' Salary The Bradenton Production Credit
when farmers slaughter only I World War. I ace, Major P 0 )W's Lead in Final Fund in the amount of $1,333,835.- [ Association which serves Manatee,
for their own use, only If they wishto Bong, is to bo in charge of organ- Week of Diamond BallThe 58, which completes the payment to Sarasota, DeSoto Hardee, Lee-
transfer or sell the meat. I ization details of the new Clewiston teachers for this fiscal year. I Glades, Charlotte Hendry and
The new meat program is expec- Post. I Today's distribution brings the Highlands Counties, has purchased I'
ted to channel moro livestock to All veterans who have had military Glades Diamond Ball League total distributed to date to $20,000. $4,500.00 in Treasury Bonds offer-
j federally inspected slaughterersand .! service outside the continental will enter Its final week of playingon per county, leaving a balance due [ ed during the Seventh War Loan
thus allow more meat to move limits of the United States, whether Monday with the team of the each of the several counties of $13- Drive, Geo. C Young, Secretary-
across state lines to non-slaughter- they have been discharged or Prisoner of War Detachment almost 000.00. I Treasurer, announced this week G,1
ing areas, where meat is scarce. not, are urged to see Mr. Bong and certain to win. With the pavment of the deficIency $500.00 of this amount will be cred-
1 become charter' members of the At the close of the week, there appropriation authorized dur- ited to War Bond sales in, Hendry
'Nearly 4,500,000 self-starter Clewiston post. will he a meeting of all the team ing the present session of the legislature county and a like amount for each ;
drives for the engines of war on land l -- managers to pick an all star teamto which amounted to $2,728- of the nine counties served by the
J. and sea have been produced since Vermont had the first normal play the winner of the league. 870.00, this brings the total paidto Association.. The Association main*
:, Pearl Harbor by Bendix Aviation school to be established In the the Teachers' Salary Fund dur- tains full time offices at Bradenton,

e Corp. world. BUY MORE BONDS TODAY! ing this fiscal to $14,933,923.34. Wauchula and Arradia.

z-dl1: vFO OO3WISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 18, ist;

FOR SALE: One half FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH at the Men's Class room behind the THE ISSUANCE BY THE T3OARD': No. 7 of Hendry County Florida dated
i H. C. Meador, Pastor church at 7:30. I OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OFHENfDRY April 1, 1945, maturing serially on

ton ,carrier To those in our community who COUNTY, FLORIDA, OF April 1 of each of the years 1946 to
! army weapon "The Singing Church" have no regular church home we BONDS IN BEHALF OF SPECIAL 1965, inclusive bearing interest payable -
I TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 7 OF seml-annually, at such rate HS
i 17,000 miles, good Sunday School ....."'"""'.'' 9:45 a.m. cordially Invite you to worship with SAID COUNTY HEREINAFTER shall be determined upon the sale
MORE PRTICULARLY DESCRIBED thereof, a more particular description
You will
Morning Worship .......... 11:00 a.m. us. very friendly at OR TO BE AFFECTED IN ANY of said bonds. being contained in the
tt res. Roger Weeks, Rev. C. V. Bussell, Speaker mosphere and you will be blessed. I WAY THEREBY: petition filed DIU this < ed "llf'Fort -.

J Training Union .........".... 6:45 p.m. Come' with a prayer- hi"your heart State The Attorney State of of Florida the ,Twelfth through Judicial the Myers DONE Florida, this ORDERED 12th day of May. jo.
Moore Haven. ftp. Evening Worship ............. 8:00 p.m. for the. messenger, the message and Circuit of Florida m and for Hen- 1946. -
yourself. dry County and the several property GEO. W. WHITEHURST,
Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Brothers, .' owners, taxpayers, citizens and oth-. Circuit Judge.
SpeakersWed. II or Interest, in property to be affected I i May 18, 26, June 1, 1945.

ICiEWISTON COMMUNITY Prayer Service..........8--:00 p.m. : era the having issuanco claiming any right, title )l
CHURCH IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT TWELFTH by. of the bonds hereinafter -
"j*: This Sunday will be observed as JUDICIAL! CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA mentioned or to be in 'I
i Sunday, May 20, 1945 Home Coming Day at our church. IN AND FOR HBNDRY' COUNTY. affected thereby, are hereby required
to appear before the Circuit Court'at
This will be a great day in the life THE BOARD OF-PUBLIC INSTRUCTION -: Hendry County. Florida, at the Court I F. Deane Duff
Our InvitationThis of the church and we are anticipa- OF HENDRY COUNTY FLOfc-: House in La Belle, Florida, on the 18th
church has no other creed IDA, FOR AND ON BEHALF OF: day of June; 1915, at 11 o'clock, A. M., REGISTERED REAL ESTATE
ting great crowds. You are welcometo SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT: and show cause why the prayers cf
but the Bible, no other law bat love, worship with us throughout the NO. 7 OF HENDRY COUNTY : the petition filed in the above entitled BROKER ;
but Christ. The Petitioner, : proceeding should not be granted and
rio other
and maser linden, Headrr and .
Vs. the bonds therein described and the Beach -
only terms of membership are the day.The circles of the W. M. S. will THE STATE OF, FLORIDA and others<, proceedings authorizing the Issuance County Land* for More Than
Conditions of salvation a profession Defendants. : "hereof validated and confirmed said 23 YearnGULF
: 3:30 Placesto
meet Tuesday at p. m. IN CHANCERY NO. I bonds consisting of $450,000 School
of faith in Christ and obedience be announced. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSETO ,Bonds of Special Tax, School District
to him. To overy believer in The Q. A. meets at the church at THE STATE OF FLORIDA THE r f
Christ:: we extend the invitation to 3:45 p. m. Wednesday. All membersare TAXPAYERS CITIZENS AND OTHERS I
:join in the worship and fellowship requested to be present. HAVING OR CLAIMING ANY


Sunday school 9:45 a. m., Dr. C33 I _____ I -
Goricke, superintendent. G. Nottingham, Agent

Morning worship, 11 a m.-A nursery .I NOTICENotice I II Box 6527

for small children is conducted I # # 'Clewiston Florida
"by the Mothtet's club at the Community I CcIttajIl4 I I

:: Center., I is hereby giverr-that the following described lands or so much II '--
Thomas, the thereof as' will be necessary to pay the amount due for Diston Island Drainage ->
"In Praise of or ... t
the ,
District Taxes as herein set opposite to same together with the cost of I
:Faith of Honest Doubt" Is the I such Bale and advertising, will be sold at public auction on Friday, the first ,
of the minister's sermon. I day of June A. D. 1945, at eleven o'clock A. M., at the Court House door, in the I
of Hendry State of Florida.
: City of LaBelle.County .
Westminster Fellowship meets at

'5:30 at tdhe home of Mr. and Mrs. Tax Collector, of Hendry R..: N.County:MILLER, Florida. I ASPIRIN

JHaiscock, 624 E. Osceola.

3Phe J < regular Men's Fellowship Headaches Neuralgia

kiinneT hill be held on Tuesday, May {
Common ColdsJohnson's
'22, at 7:30 p. m. at the Community a

Center. All men are invited. '
HANCOCK, 111inistetr.CIe'iStOll .
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oM IJ6wJ l.IWI IIfJ Fish CampNear I .
( Hurricane Gate)
W% North of 9 Mlle Ca"n "
nal __._.__..__..__._ 11 43 83 54 Essex Investment Co. __$148.30 II Clewiston, Fla.
E' at. SEti North of 9 your Boats and l\Iotors-Guide Service
Mile Canal ... .---_-._--__ 11 43 33 30 John Doe ___._____ 33.54 Rates
"rlh of E?; of SWi North ReasonableW.
of 9 Mile:: Canal _.._-,..: 12 43 33 .5 G. H. Small ---.-- 69.06 savings work'here'..hf ng H. Johnson, Mgr.
AU North of 9 Mile Canal '
& West of RD ot Lots families
I, 2, 3D, 4B" 5B .:._..:-__ 7 43 34 90 Aripeka Farms Co. __ 338.27 foal re0AitUe
All North of 9 Mile Canal : '' Ask ..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:_:_ :..:_:..
I & East of RD Lots 13F, own their own homes. _
i foil Course I 14B, 15. 16B, 178, 18C. 7 43 3.4 31 R." E. Kurtz .. .._:_._........___ l ,:f t: FORTAXICABS ...

: for complete information. 'I ::t:: : '-,
7.18.1' .

Notice is hereby given that the following lands or so much thereof as .
be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the same 1 PHONE 18FL0WEItS
together with the cost of such sale and advertising will be sold at public au- J
: ction on the first day of June A, D. 1945, beginning at twelve o'clock noon a- : r>>>
at the City Hall of the City Clewiston, Florida.R. .
Y. PATTERSON, Tax Collector Clewiston Federal I
} City of Clawlston.

i FAIRWAYS Savings and LoanAssociation
LOT BLOCK OWNER TOTAL j Cut flowers for delivery here or

j EXCELLENT 23 ..,..__.. ..,_.,..__. ---- 22 J. E. Beardsley Agent _..._.._.__.....$ 5040 I for delivery anywhere in U. S.
31 _...-.___ 26 J. E. Beardsley Agent ________ 4.60 by wire,
8 _... 139 C. Eo Mlner-.J. g. BeardsJey... ... 4.69 ,
31 ___.____ 161 Unknown ____._____..::.____:__? 2.40 -- MRS., J. M. FOUNTAIN .c-.
f 'l 161 J. E. .BeardsJey"':'.::__,____.____ 5.00 Day Phone. 82 Night Phone 148-W. ..'1-,
10 -- -- 171 Amy A,. Wright _.______ 5.00 +
14 ___.____.."......_.____ 172 .J. E. Deardsley ..._:._.._...._____.__. 5.00 ,, .-
.._ __.._..... _._. .,,.__,.,_..
t 21 & 22 -- 176 Ruth R. Beardsley _..__..::__..._.. _, H.OO
t.i 24'-...___________ 176 Ruth R. ;Beardsley __.....___..__?_._ 8.00
-.i 29.& 30 --..-_____..::....-.,____ 176 Mrs E. A. Stone .. _._ __._........ 8.00 .. ...... .. .. .
? .... .. _
34. 35 & 36 -_________.._ 116 Ruth n. Beardsley _.,..._.._ ___ 13.00 .XJhoy I'"H.. +: :-: : "" }; :.X<<+: ; :OOOO : >: "*
WEATHER 4 -,.._..:...__.______.__._ 190-Anna A. Boyce ______.__01...' _. 6.00 ..
1 1 202 Heinzz. ..___.._.__-_
George A. _
--r-7 -------- : 5.00
11 __,__ ___ 202 J. S. Schindler d"
} ,GOOD 5 '-....:-_.._______-__ 203 Hub Spooner.: 65.00 4..t0 Ii G I r rf
.. 25 .. _________..,_._.. 203 E. O. Armstrong .._____" 6.00 Assembly of
8 __._,. .
------ 204 Mary G. Anderson _...___ 6.00
7 __._____________ 205 C. W. Stephens __.____,___...__ O.OO
22 -=--__-........______ 355 .J."r.. Sutphen ...__. ____ 1.80 SOUTH CLEWISTOX X
H --__..' _.-..,_____.? 356 William A. Cahill _. .-J.___._-___ 1.80 f
4 358 J. E: Beardsley, Agent ___.....,__.... 4.00 I t ,
1 19&-2---.-._-_._-_-._._-__-_-_-___--._-_-.,.-_ 358 Eo hn A. W.Cadwell HepwOf'th.Estate Estate-.--...-...?.-_--_ 6.00 4.00 I', : s Sunday School ._ 10:00 A. M ?

10 & 11 ..--_._.___..,_ '... ?, .. M 360 T 4 Tanner _..___._.__.._._.._._.._. 3.60 I
MEET YOUR E4. 21 & 22.._____..___ 360 Raleigh :Mock _.___._.._.____._.__.__ 19.00 1.1. l Morning :Worship ........*..;_....,... 11:00 A. M. A
> 1S9 &,10 ----..-__.._..____ 362 A. r. Wynn _......._...._:__......___ 4.50 i.. .
24 -....,----":"'---_________ 363 Maude C. Anderson _,_.___...; 20.00 I".:.- Evangelistic Service _.___ 8:00 P. !I. V
.:.. 365 Exeter .. '
-------- -- Banking Co.
r FRIENDS 11 --;._______--..___._._ 371 Lois Ayres _..___._.__-_-_---:__---_. 3.20 y:.' Weekly Services, Tuesday 8:00 P. M,, :||
24 ---__ _._...___. 312 N. E. handler .___. _____._._......:_ 2.80 I : .
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L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. cc'-c'-c'-c'- O.C'-C-C'.C.t.:
Bible Institute of Chicago. The Questions 7. What is a milksop? '
Western Newspaper Union. 1. Where is the longest canal in 8. What stadium has the largest
the world? seating capacity in the United
for May 20 2. Are congressmen required by States' .? -
law to attend any session of con- The Answers

and Scripture texts se- gress? 1. In China. It is 2,100 miles
t by International 3. Who calls "track" in the long and was, completed in 1350
Education; used by sports world when he wants people, after 600 years.
out of his way? 2. No. ,

; OF THE 4. What man signed his corre- 3. A skier. ,, .
KINGDOM spondence and paintings with the 4. James Whistler. ': -

figure of a butterfly? ,5. The same. '
-Jeremiah 18:1.10,15a,17a. 5. Will food cook more quicklyin 6. Chinese language and culture. .
; .--Come Hosea, 6:1.and let us re vigorously or gently boiling 7. A weak man. '
water? 8. Soldier field, Chicago (150,-
itself. Men never 6. Sinology is'the study of what? 000). .

from the experiences

: 'I Judah they, the be personal southern Two Smart Suits- HONE NORE St Joseph I I INEPENDA9I.E

+ kingdom, saw the
, of Israel and its ul- From One PatternCOOLcomfortablegaiIy
I The same process

,I : by, although good kings hindered who

: a partial return to 7//IuJSu/ItA?

fli MIIOI cm tn mis ir
was destroyed by k i a S
troops and the
off to their long years MSNEIUS
in Babylon.. :

tl ministered as God's
Judah's declining
them God's word of
I I j their sins and urging Ht
Large BottleU mu innmnl'122-Small Size 60c
His'voice was un
*cuma: liE OIL1 IS 6IIECTEI*
for his faithfulness he .Y IT 111 tOOB D90C matS ir II Mill n ricilft il ptlei I IMtREIL
their hatred and per- : BIOS! CO., lie. JICIJOIIIllE 4, flOIIlM
gave him the strength 4<,:, :tC
be true in a very diffi-

.for today tells how God 1 I

,, object lesson taught the
i\ _
I the people that they
I hands of a sympathetic Relieves'pain and t sorenessPAZO I
same time a sovereign
Millions of people IN TUBES suffering from
and His Work (w. simple Piles, have found prompt
: ( relief with PAZO ointment. Here's
why:First, PAZO ointment soothes
Morgan fittingly inflamed areas-relieves pain and
< Itching. Second, PAZO ointment
-there three
: are things
lubricates hardened, dried parts-
I in ,mind here: a prin helps prevent cracking and soreness
Third PAZO ointment tendsto
"and a person. And reduce swelling and check minor
the truth to ourselves as bleeding. Fourth It's easy to use.
: we spell the Per- em- PAZO makes ointment's perforated Pile,
Pipe application simple
with a capital'"P," but 1 thorough. Your doctor can tell
yard of material! The applique you about PAZO oIntment.SUPPOSITORIES .
other than' God Him-
chicks'are, ,sister's; brother goes TOO
I Some persons, and many doctors
is that God.,is abso- 'nautical. '- prefer to use suppositories,so PAZO '
\; *. e
( In handy also.
comes suppositories
that- He does as He :Make'two suits from,one pattern! Pat The same soothing. relief that
own glory. Until we tern 909 has a transfer pattern of 2 bibs, PAZO always gives.
I! ave.'I! principle, "life will be ,pockets, necessary pattern pieces for suitsIn I i I i ,
however, I have dIs- sizes 1. 2, 3 and 4.
I principle'alone, then my Send your order to:

filled with terror. I FOR QUICK RELIEF
the purpose." Sewing: Circle Needlecraft Dept. c a
564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, rue
sw'G is the working out of
Enclose 16,cents for PatternNo
i each of us. He knows
a plan for our lives, ASoothingANTISEPTIC S A LV IE
j make that Name ___
plan come Used: by thousands with satisfactory re-.' ('
permit Him to do so. Address __ suits for 40 yedrs-six valuable ingredi-
nts. Get Carboil at drug stores or writ
; Morgan says, "if I Spurlock-Ncal Co., tfashville, Tena.'
t and purpose only, I
and wonder, and 1
I a haunting foreboding.
through the principle
; the purpose and discov-

: flame of the Potter with light, then, and the STIFF JOINTS and BRUISES

that appears so hard 1
become the sweetest !- Muscular Aches and Pains, Stiff Joints Bruises 1.t

to thing Jeremiah in my through life."the 5 .t.tI i

potter's house, and He I
; talk to our hearts.

Judah (vv.-5-10, 15a, ( I

is plain. God had for
high and glorious pur-
.to bless them and

I I I His glory. But they This package contains a combination of minerals produUil.Jand ;
I I and rebellious people, V \ compounded by Nature alone with no artificial liv*;
stubborn in.their gredients nor manmadedrugs.. When you mix it with youej
drinking water, according to directions and drink Crazy I l
vessel of honor which Water day after day, you join millions who have attacked1 ,
to form was marred the cause of their troubles. Gently but surely Crazy Water
t Stimulates three main cleansing channels-kidney
and intestinal elimination. Crazy Water brings positive'
f benefits la faulty elimination. the cause and aggravating
act in anger or in ,.r factor of rheumatic pains, digestive orders, constipation
their rights. He ,was ? excess acidity, etc. Get a package of Crazy Water Crystals
I- judgment upon,them at your drug store today.
I verse own 15-they sin. That had for-sin: TT'T 1

as he applies that
requirement for bless-
to our own land.
fear that while
who truly worship
number who pro-
Him, a great host of J r
America have forgot-

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to be scattered "as
i I. wind"-and who does When singing mosquitoes and
it came to pass. Where stinging flies spoil your summer
? i / s" : snooze Quick! Grab a Flit
the midst of judgment y i gun-and shoot 'em dead I 4
of mercy. The Lord ; This effective, pleasant-
up, break down and [ 1 I/7/- smelling insecticide"knocks out?,
; y 7) the people who forget dread, germ-ladenmalariamos.
and ready "to build ? quitoes as well as flies
the nation when it ell 'and moths. Buy ,
}t on ample supply of ,
of God's future FLIT,today! laJ
a repentant Israel and
large in the mes-
the prophets. rr
God, eternally sovereign i
is our heavenly Fa / KILLS FLIES,MOTHS ,.,, .
or woman whose ves- WlB.EtanooIneorporaUd -
been marred by sin
only yield anew to

blessed hand.

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their own packing house an4.11 ; .UY&Qre.. ing..y:,"Th cct:...:Y..)4Q.n"t ,P 7t:'settlement;-of-lrulufitry', in" the mild J' ..tThoma8' Jefferson. required only .. .
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unAm'ican climate of Florida was the \
The Clewiston News UJ11' taxis", "They're :
to get somewhere. one sitting to write the Declaration-
.1 convenient fuel, and with the 'curing
upsetting the'I
They found that\:wheD.. they: "They are .
their fertilizer'crate' mater) economic, applecart." of this an.!industrial trek here rea-I,of Independence. He: started at ..
Published every Friday Clreletat bought ,I I It 'ou tape the 'tronbl'e to ,tnVe ura.te. -. amiably could be expected., '
a group )
seed and equipment as
CLEWISTON NEWS lal, night and finished by dawn with
Florida, by the the
I miles of highway ,for same
The you'tt find that the cooperative
effect a real saving. I ,
rues they could other I amount of money also would result I a quill on a writing desk ,: of his
Association did the buying and because par the taxe* any
\ except! from the of Florida oil on native
use .
second class mall matte of the quantity purchased,|, business organization pays own making. which is still pre-
February as 1, 1927, at the Poet Office liCTewlston ; was able to get wholesale prices. ] income tax and the,, only reason they lImerock roade. Allen Morris In ftrv&i. -
Florida, under the Act ot They sold their produce ,through( don't pay that is because they have I' Orlando Sentinel. i I I ,

March 3, 1897. the Association which was able to( no income. The' members.. however.. .;..:..:......:-.x.-:..X"X x..x..x-X'<"X"X"K..X"XK-x..:..XK..X"X*.x..XMXX''X..
find better markets and command I I pay income tax on the refund they )i *
CAIUl SETTLE. Publisher receive from their association. If J.
Subscription Rate-fl SO Per TearAdTertUlnc better Instead prices.of having to mortgage 1, any private business operated on the .;\' Notice To Voters $

their farms and their crops a year II same basis the co-operative operates ,
On Application.Devoted ,,
have to an I t =.
in advance and usually waking up on they wouldn't pay : '
I at the end of the season to find I Income tax either, so that silly argument .% Registration Books are open and are <_:

to the advancement and wel themselves In the red with nothing I don't hold water. / at the City Hall. All who have not done $; .
fare of Clewlaton and Hendry County but debts to show for their labor Maybe I'm nuts but it seems to |
and effort they began to make''j me if the farmers want to get-to-I :E;: so are asked to register. The regular city :=:i|:
Association was'own- gether and pool their buying power .
money. The election for three commissioners will be i
ed and operated by the farmer and enterprise. they -ought to be ::1: ::

NA ALCDITOWAU.S5OCIATION. themselves, a sort- of a hired man praised rather. than condemned. :r held in September and everyone should g;.

selling that looked while after they tho gave buying their time and BENEFITS: OF OIL *: qualify for this election. 4:!;

and attention to growing more and .:..:[..M{..!..!..t..t.J..tMM:..:--*..:M:":..: :..:M:*-:..***:..: :M:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:(..:(...
better vegetables. It was coopera-I Discovery of oil in really commercial -|
tive and non-profit and quantity at Suuniland may ';:":":":":": :":":(":":-:":-:":":":" :":-:":":":":":":":":":":":":'.:":":":":--:":":":":":":": :":--:<-<.

expenses of operation were taken I change the complexion of more than <'
,This has been a hectic week it care of, each farmer member, at the one business in Florida, points out ;
our life but if nothing, else goes toe end of the season, received his pro- executive director, Thomas A. John- ORANGES
far wro g' in the next few hours rata share in the form of a refund eon, of the bOlrd' administration.
after this is written it'll pass and from the organization.It Johnson, who became quite familiar
we'll be none the worse except for I wasn't a new idea, farmers allover 1 with oil as petroleum administratorfor : ,..
a few more grey hairs and a jangled the country had been forming Florida during the Holland ad-
nerve or two. such organizations for years. They ministration, foresees the possible '
If don't them they'll to juice factory. .
Our regular linotype operator is found that they Had to if they want- erection of a refinery to serve the you, use go

on vacation for a week and w< ed to stay in business. Citrus grow- needs of Floridians, more consider- Russets but still full of juice

thought that with our limited ers led the way in FlorIda with such able than many realize. and flavor.
knowledge plus the services ot- ,& organizations as the Florida Citrus I[ Florida was burning back in 1941 '.
borrowed operator we'd get along Exchange Waverly Growers Coop-': onefifth'of all the oil consumed in -

fine. So, in order to get a good! ative, Haines City Citrus Growers the nation in .the. production of, elec- I

start, we started in Saturday afternoon Association, the Florida Citrus Can- I tric power; and one company the $2.00 Bag-At Hopkins; Building 1
ambitiously: hanging the linotype ners Association and others. Florida Power & Light, was using \
at a speed of about one lint With more and more farmers getting one-tenth of the national '
every five minutes, Eveiythini out from under mortgages and tion for that purpose. The consump-I Phone 66BEARDSLEY

went fine for a short while and His being able to buy automobiles, Jt I Tampa of the Florida '
our honest belief that we'd have didn't set well with some folks who,I ment company since converted to
had a full galley set by the time wanted to keep him in overalls with i coal was another big user of fuel FARM
the week-end was over had It not his nose to the grindstone. They I' oil In prewar days.

been for one of those things whicl .: started a campaign against co-oper-I A drawback in the past to the :-"o : : :..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:---T=..:..:...: : : :..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.: :..:..:.......r--................-v......
do happen, unaccountably. We seal I I ."
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in a line, there was a mad jangle ; J <

of mats aand space bands in every' ,,; .' ,'," ,
direction and the machine refusedto '#!;t'z..t.,... 'h "' ''f.-' .. .
move. There was no one near -
we would call to our assistance and '
after sweating and hunting hoping duste'ot ,
that some kind fate would straighten Throwaway your
the thing out that we couldn't
finally had to despair and lay it bj

until our sub operator arrived from Motber!
Fort Myers Tuesday. He straight- 'H < 'j I

It out in about two minutes or less 'A
and went gaily ahead setting type.

Guess we haven't too much tc : our <-
complain about since that time 'except ij ;

having to,do a little more printing "
work than usual but our schedule % ;
has been disrupted and if news % : 1 'i4r }JwwpxY F 1
Condit\oning y yi ,
\ as
disrupted Hong with it don't t zfL c Air

t blame us too much. ,,
>t .
And, incidentally, we are hopingto ; t

,be away next week. Plans may go today
out the window but if not we hope system
you'll all help out with news us J

much as possible. '-,

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By RUSSELL KAY ,. : ,.i :: -

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I don't know whether you: ever ___
.t met Paul Dickman or not, anyhow I t I r J ,, f I
he's a two-fisted upandcoming"dirt :
i :
farmer" who has taken a sIza- I ., ii .
a\ ,
ble slab of Hillsborough County I ; I 'i I II I
land and made it jumpthroughthehoop 4'lY ao I "'.
bark-like-a-fox, sit-up-and-beg 'F rZ {
and do a lot of other tricks when it I /
comes producing grade-A veget- __ : :,' .

ables.While ., :. '_".
contentto 1 ..
his neighbors: were .
spend their lives walkin' hither J: \f -
and yon across the fields lookln at : '
the hind end of mule; Paul ; !
a goes : evenly distributed, draughtless air..r with .
in for modern mechanical operation. /
f : i. and controlled .
When he couldn't find machinery to r'-; ;: temperature humidity precisely ,

do the job, he'd get himself some f' :" c+ g ? i' day in and day out, summer and winter. 't "
tools and scrap-Iron and make it. He
has personally designed and built t / Wise old Dad He, his architect and consultingengineer +: "

several practical machines for truck I talked it over with Belcher's Air f:

farm operations. 1 Well,_of course, Mother will have to wait until after Conditioning engineers as to the Air Conditioning r:'
When the boom broke few
a :years
back> and knocked the bottom out Victory for delivery of their ]home Air Conditioning system best suited to the family's! needs. Then Dad .

of Paul's 'real estate business, he system, but you really can't blame Dad for being made a deposit so he'd Have first call on a Carrier ,1
figured the best way to keep from so enthusiastic! '
starving to death, was start growing I Air Conditioning system as, soon as possible after ; :. 1
Dad has I
things to eat. With a head on his j been talking things over with Belcher Air V-E Day. '

shoulders and considerable sound Conditioning consultants and he's learned quite ;
1I t
business experience he started in 1 a few interesting facts. Now he understands how Take a tip from Dad! Come in'and discuss your

with the crazy idea that farmingwas 1ere' .1
I I postwar Air Conditioning requirements ,
a BUSINESS but after workingat properly planned Air Conditioning banishes]
it for awhile he decided it was I airborne dust and dirt, the 'source of most no obligation i .,, -J;
just about the craziest business he'dever I household and ,/ k;;: / :
drudgery how Air Conditioningcombats
run into. A business where you i' :
I ,
had to buy' everything *at retail and. i i spores and pollens which may aggravate .I, J

sell everything you produced -at ; hay fever and other respiratory ailments. ;' .
wholesale, take more risks than a He's learned :: ;_:;,', ;- "y 1
paratrooper behind the enemy too, a good Air Conditioningsystem '#fiJ-)"

lines. After trying to ,make both ; designed to fit the home for maximum i '' .
/ ;
ends meet: and findiu' that some- efficiency and lowest possible operating cost, is not A fi';"on of

body was always moving the ends, a luxury but a necessity in postwar iiv ng. Belcher Oil Company t
he called in a group of neighbors to ., >>
talk things over. He found that Dad's sold on the idea of coming home after a hot, ESTABLISHED 1915 '.' ': :: ,J

they time as were he was.having Just as tough a humid day to'a cool, comfortable hous.e with clean, MIAMI AND PORT EVERGLADES: FLORIDA "f 'rSole

That was the beginning of the ..
Ruskin Vegetable Growers Association. Distributor in South Florida of eaIi'Jr J/' Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
Instead of each individual
farmer tryin' :o lick: the world all
by himself, they joined forces, bor- \
rowed money from th" Bank for Cooperatives -
at Columbia, established
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::1' i ;' C<< MQ'CW"******* .(.*..;.: Sugarland 'Park. Auditorium. of one of his fiercest:! watch dogs 'n 415) E. Ventura. It.FbrTSALE
Ifl' ;: r T. L. IJi'Irgersled thesinging' the .
front 'yard. If look at
your -
"" .. .. j .. I ":' 'Z-: = '
'r TT'TT. Christine i "
and Mrs. was pianist.The s.ee"w4 !
i ,,. ) map jouwill: t .:
y: t Community church choir gave Oh, you say you haven't !been 'able,

PERSONAL and SOCIETY "two numbers, "Dark Waters"', by I to find it on most maps. Well, it's : ,) 942 Plymouth ..

;, : ;f_ Will James and "0 Morn of Beauty"by that Imaginary' fly speck .at, the '

f, j" sfr Sibelius- and "Calvary" by Paul southern 'end of the Volcano Islands;, motor.. Good condition

g- \ Rodney. stringing south from Tokyo.. There
.7I. $75.00. Call J. D.

.".;--eox.---. . .'.. .HU..: -..__.._......._....,..'.. ._.rr.r.r.. -'._. JJJ.AAAAAAAA..-. ,- .. .......-..-..-,. BAPTIST CHURCH TO HAVE is nothing imaginary' about it's importance -,
: to Japan as a watch, dog Houck 2871 2871 Moore Haven.
Mr. and Mrc R. A. Sligar were I Mrs Ruth B. Owens spent a por- HOME COMING I of the Empire or tolB.., 'as a step-1) "

visitors in Fort Myerp Sunday. tion of this week attending a fash- I ping stone in approaching the Empire ". 1 tp.
Sunday, May 20, will mark the I
ion showing In Tampa. j
Seventh Birthday of the First Bap-
Dr. and Mrs. W. L.' Lott were -
tist church. This day will be observed -I You might be interested in its:
weekent visitors in Tampa B. J. Schroeder and C. V. Parkinson -
were In Tampa Monday and I II 1 as Home Coming Day. All name. Jima or Shima is Japanese' ROOMS furnished for
I members former members and 'or. island, and Iwo means rock, and
N. V. S. Mumford is spending Tuesday on business. I
' friends of the 'church: will gather for that is exactly what Iwo Jima is, anj I !light housekeeping-

this L"week in Tampa--on business. I Mr. and Mrs Robert L. Yoder of an all day meeting. Out of town ;. island of volcanic rock, find justi Trailer Park.
Apply at
., guest speakers have been securedfor as rough and rugged as its' name. j
West Palm Beach spent Saturdayhere
Dr. and Mrs W. O. Rigby spent :
[ the occasion Rev. C. V. Bus- Earlier in our letter we spoke of 1
the' week-end In Miami. with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Yoder. Itp.
I' sell of Indiantnwn, Fla., one of the the commendations that were flying

pastors who helped to organize the around, and there ,were a good II
Mr.. and Mrs R. A. Sugar and Mrs. Schopenhauer, of Arcadia -
church, wi1l'speak at the morning many. However, the fine work on
Mr. and Mrs Jerry Greenberger was the week-end guest of Mr.
hour. Rev. and Mrs. Raymond the part of the groups and units,!
in Pahokee Saturday,night. and Mrs. Marty Bennett.
: taking in this campaign WINDSOR HOTELBy
Brothers, missionaries on furlough part set a)

from Nigeria, West Africa, will be basis for sincere commendation. Besides -
The Sea
Frank Cox returned i
?' Chet Perry of Fort Myers was a Mrs Monday
the speakers, for the ,evening serv- the word which he sent to the
,business victor here Wednesday and from Camp Wheeler, Ga., where she I Hollywood Beach, Florida
ice. A mixed quartette from Miami individual divisions, Secretary of
Thursday. I had visited Pvt Cox for a ,,week |
1 j I and a mixed quartette from Canal the Navy Forrestal, who witnessed a' Hollywood's Friendliest

1 Pfc. Joseph Spudic and Miss Ruby I jj j Mrs. H. J. Lehman, and son, l ftVednesday Point, and a male quartette from (Continued on Page 8)I, DistinctionEuropean Hotel of
I Pahokee with other singers, will
,Saunders were visitors, in. West \ to spend a few days visiting I
contribute to the musical programin
friends and relatives in Miami -
; Palm Beach Saturday
the afternoon. Church'istory FOR SALE: Livingroom I Owner Management
-r -- will be read by the pastor, Rev. ;)i. i SUMMER RATES
Martin and
Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
Mrs. H. E. Trice, Mrs. L. C. Red- C. Meador, during afternoon.A bed-room
ci n
." family were visitors:: in Stuart Sun- d1 Single Room ,With Private Bath
o ish, Mrs. Allen 1I1sMamie Trice basket picnic dinner will be I I.
day. $3.00 Daily
and Miss Margie Allen were in West spread at noon to which all are invited dinette furniture, rug,
Palm Beach shopping Saturday. to bring a basket I I Double Room $4.0O Daily
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Vitus are leaving -, fellowship like we used to do back curtains. G. F. Serson, i I I I
I tonight by plane from Miami
::> ; out in the country.A .
for a visit with relatives. The Reverend Charles H. Allen, .
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of Pinellas Park spent Monday and special birthday offering' will -
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be taken, looking forward to post --
Mrs., H. E.Triee ,. Mr., 'and Mrs. Tuesday with the Reverend and

Jack Waters. ? Irs. L. C. Redish, Mrs. David C. Hancock.Mr. war expansion the church facili IF YOU WISH THE
ties. An enlarged plant is already
Miss :Mamie Trice and Buddie Trice
needed to take care of the ever in-
and Mrs. V. Woodward
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G.
./ spent last week visiting relatives in creasing numbers who are attend-
M. Waters in DeSoto, City.
'.. Sparta, Ga. Mr., Woodward returned ing the services. The goal for the FINEST FOODTry

Friday and M"s.. Woodward "is remaining -' day will be 300000. All offerings

for a longer -visit.B. I throughout the day will be appliedto
this goal. J

D. Keck of, Stuart and Dr. C. E. The following- program has been A Complete Dinner At

Weaver of LaBelle were here Tues- adopted for the day:

day on business connected with the 9:45 a. m., Sunday School, Mr. C.

construction of the proposed school W. Curtner- Supt.
cafeteria and lunchroom. 11 a.m., Morning worship, Rev. C.
V." Bussell, guest speaker..
MATfXEE 3 Y. M. MTE }).)1.
'r Mr. and Mrs. Keene Langhorn, 12:00 :M., Basket picnic dinner on
and daughters left Clewiston on church grounds.
.,..'"n EK BEGINNING ;MAY 20 1 Saturday for Miami where Mr.Langhorn 2:30 p. m., Old fashioned song $1.25 Up :,

I; will fly for PanAmeri.. service with invited singers.' Also
j' can' Airways. reading of church history, Rev. H. SERVICE FROM 6 TO 9 O'CLOCK SHORT ORDERS
: SUN. & )IOX MAY 20 &21 '
: ._ C. Meadow. 9' TILL 11:30

j) "'. .. =-,/e ALAN' 1'-;. J:' LORETTA-- :c | Mrs. 'R' R. Hooks returned to 6:46 p. m., Training Union, Mr.J Contrary to rumor, the Canebrake Bar and Restaurant will
I E. Tlder director
Clewiston- on Friday'after an extended be open the entire summer and will maintain the same service
., t LADD YOUNG; i visit in California, with C. P. 8:00 p. m., Evening ,vor.ship"Rev.' always rendered in the past.
: r ,
} ',, 'Hc;>oks. Since-JMrs<< ,Hook's returnto Raymond Brothers, and Mrs. Brothers -

I : : ', this city, Mr... Hooks has returned speakers. ,., ., ;, AIR CONDITIONED

i I to active duty in the Pacific with

' I ;., the Sea-Bees.

,!,: i. ,..- I I N N:N:N NON N:N:..:N:N N:N:N:I I:H NON N:N:1.N......:.
'- H. J. Lehman, J.V.. Durden,
:1 i .' I'tOH Latest News.
l i1 I I Wing Commander W. C. Lindsay, .:N:N N:N N:M:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:..N N:N:N:N:N:N:N N N:N:N.:N N:N:N:N:..:N:..:N:N:N 1.:N N:N:N N:N:..%*%*:*.IWVj
':! I and ,Flight Lieutenant S. Bodding- With..
'! TUES. &: WED., MAY 22 & 23 I ton, Riddle Field, left Wednesdayfor
t I a tour of British Flight Train-

::1 ing Schools in this country. They Our Increased Quantities Of

,"t 1 I 1I will return .in about ten days. Boysin F
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Genuine Chevorlet Parts

3 r j Mrs. J. E. Beardsley was hostess 1.
1 I p n M ,i to her: bridge' club at her home Wed- A Now Available

nesday afternoon. !
;' .. -, _. .- .:J J !I
High score prize went to r. rs. F.
; .....L'\J\H '
E. Conkling' and second high to Mrs.N. .
i V. S. Mumford. Others

I:I r i'HURS.- -- Fltt.f.I 24 L23 were Mrs.: W. 0.! Pre\vitt, Mrs.playing Otto .-'-:'.:'.:'..':..:-'.":"":'...:.....:..:....:..:..:..:..jH:..:..: : ,4 r
All Makes
: Service For
Larsen, Mrs. ?t. C. Wilson,' Mrs. Headquarters r

J j B1lf"l""( S141'rH"SI. Horace A. Bestor, Mrs! F. Deane The following letter was recently
I Duff and Mrs. C. J. Nielsen. received from his brother Donald by

I. tJEE GROWS Frank Woods cf ,Clewiston.. CARS And TRUCKSWASHING


I March, 1945
I Mrs. A. 'W. Lawrence was honored Dear Brother Frank:
If I -- on Friday evening of last week, Once more it is our privilege, be- .
L Vf. Ei T MAVrt with a bridge party given by Mrs. G. cause of special. permission of Naval -
i it +- E. Etherton. High prize, a bridge i
Censorsghip to give you some
I( set, was won hy Mrs. C. L. McLen- information about our latest mission CHRISTIAN CHEVROLET

." SA'I'I ('!)AY: MAY 261IIOOI j lon; second high, a match set, was _which' this. time was taking r

I' won by Mrs. Lawrence: ; low prize,
, ? part in the invasion of IWO JIMA.
I /II'jgAy candy, was won by Mrs. Joe Hall. Yes, we were in on that, and are PHONE 87 CLEWISTON, :FLORIDA
I ANN After the bridge, Mrs. Etherton of
rather proud the part We played.
rp! n p rrwe served frozen salad, tea. and crackers There was a rine'spirit of coopera 1:1.:N:N:NN:N:N:.:N:N:N:N:NI,:NH, :N:N:N:N:N:NIN:N:N;N:..:..:NN, :N:N:N:N:N:NININ:N:N:N:N:N:N/N/NIN1iN:N1N1Nf

pAf p j C to Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs. McLen- tion by all, which enabled us to per'form -

don, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. R( c. Nowllng, our assigned tasks, and our
Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. R. M. Hare, squadron to rarry out their mis- II''!:

Tr., and Mrs. Curtis Thompson. sions.'!. Guess the effectiveness must

have been noted, for we received '
NICE:: CROWD ATTEND commendations. Surf
our share of the
that were tossed around, but more ,
I '
than that, our ship w\s retained at
Sf'W .kFL I, ")L"Sf\ !
\L\tVEV';) : ; A crowd of fifty or II
more people
the scene longer than most others

,..... .." ,, I attended the community sing held because of the fine way our squadron -
_.;' ;- j '. '.. on Friday night of last week at the their '
\ performed particular
------- ----- :
-, ties.As in the previous invasion, we HIGHWAY NO. 1
I' cohered the battleships and cruis- :

For ers on the 'way up to ,Iwo Jima, and .
THRIFTYShoppers gave them coverage and direct assistance -

during the pre-invasion

I -- bombardment. During the actual Spend your vacation at your local beach resort. Two

invasion we we'e in there punching, '

'm'DE 5ILECT10"' ..EM11ttT anus.. taking our part in the naval pro- room efficiency cottages. Hotel Rooms Dining Room
hN[ QV Aunn- .. tection and assistance of the Mar-

I II1 ine landings, and conquering of the -Cocktail Lounge. ... _

L IARS island, ,*s you probably heard from

MONTHLY: MMENOl'MIFLORIDA state-wide broadcasts, this came along SUMMER SEASON, STARTS JUNE 1.

war:* from being a Sunday *afternoon i
tea party, but we believe the

importance of the campaign meri- .' For Reservations j

f ted the rf.'orts for achievement.We .
I1 U:. ned the Luzon campaignto Write 623 30th Street Call 8940

stealing into a man's backyardand

FORT MYERS bits,b his dog, in the same WEST PALM BEACH

-.- vein, this one can be likened to taking t
over the possession of the house L.._ ..' I
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Gems of ThoughtIT THE CHEERFUL CHOW .1

IS.easy in the world to live F sEate

after the world's opinions; it fly spirits %re, cheerful r .-4 -
is in'solitude to live after -
easy and wry t'\d .
our own; but the Great Man is y I .Yi14VNUTVi1
he who in the midst of the Im jo Filled with 91!ladnes Used crankcase oil may be usedto Eggs which are very cold separate

crowd keeps with perfect sweet- I just eFferveace. paint .fences and gates. Paint more easily. Break*them as

ness the independence of soli- A littta more joy tind Ids only- during dry weather. !soon as they come out of the ice
tude.-Emerson.A -,- box if the yolks and whites are
psize.y .-; /lfan About Town to be used
health unto the happy, VT troubles ; : When making pancakes, hereis separately.
A fig for him who frets! tree \ San Franciscans are talking a useful tip: Rub a little salt -.-

It is not raining rain tome, just ror t.b ) about: The more than 200 G-Men over the frying-pan when it is hot. By cooking in dishes that you
lea raining violets. b' '(not The batter will not stick then. can
llwt.l including the numerous state bring right to the table, food
ROBT.. LOVEMANWe guess.c" department confidential agents and -.- will stay hot longer and you will) .f- ,
can do anything we wantto t (t'I' New York City, Chicago, New Or- Dusting with talcum or corn- save yourself dishwashing.

if we stick to it long enough. I leans, etc., ace detectives) to guard starch will help keep rubber -.-

-Helen Keller.If the delegates and diplomats. The gloves from sticking together on Squeeze a little lemon juice

we open a quarrel betweenthe Big City "dicks" are assigned to the inside. The powder is dusted through the meat grinder before

past and the present, we spot well known pickpockets both on the inside and on the out- grinding dates, figs prunes or raisins -

shall find that we have lost "dips," rogues galleryites and "can- side. This should be done to any and they will leave the chop..

the future. nons" as big-time crooks are rubber material that lies folded. per more readily..SNAPPY.
WNU Features. called by the gendarmes. The

heaviest protection is for Russia'sMr.

Molotov. As one John Ed- Make Your Own

V "f ::'\ CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT gar Hoover man put it: "He'll be Outdoor Furniture
d il % 8 ( guarded by'nearly 200 Russian secret -

; .I ; 'I fJi servicemen so an FBI agent not make a week-end aid

r i won't get within 200 yards of him." WHY project of putting together a c

} } %Z .l ; SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC. FDR's pal, Charlie.-Michelson (he the bench special or a features couple of shown chairs here with? RUBBER ...

Sad DisappointmentMrs. Sweet Potato Plants, Nancy Hall or Porto was 75 the other day), raising eye-
Rlcan that will produce those delicious You won't need any fancy tools,
Clum-And is it a secret? golden yams! Prompt fresh shipments pre. brows with the prediction: "Mayor and just three stock widths of lum-
paid 500 $1.65, 1.000 $3. Safe arrival
Mrs. Redrier-Oh, no, not at all. Dk Plant i Co., Dresden, lenn guaranteed LaGuardia may be the Democratic ber are used;
Mrs. Clum Too badl! I did nominee for governor of N. Y." In 1942 first
This furniture Is as comfortable as It Is our year at war,
want to tell Mrs. Longjaw. John Metcalfe, the Washington good looking. There are no awkward 4'/ % of the rubber consumedin

UJDr correspondent, here for a New York the U. S. was synthetic; in

Ceiling? gazette. He's finishing a book called CNt 95 HEADREST BACKS 1943, 35%, and in 1944 80%.
"Every man has his price." UNITED STATESBONDS "Tin Cup Diplomacy," which will 1 } CHAkR MAY BE At the present time, moro

"What's Jobson's?" please the underpaid working in REMOVEDFOR than 85% is synthetic.The .
"Oh he gives himself away." AND our state department. The return WINTER I'(
STAMPS'III' % o STORAGE synthetic rubber Industry Is usIng
of Joe Rosenthal (this is his soap at the rate of 100,000-

Going Down! home burg). Joe is the AP hocus-, ARMS 000 pounds a year-enough to

.. Pop-So you refused young Costli focuser who took that wonderful cover the needs of the populationof
man. Don't you know he descended picture of the flag being planted on Chicago for one year.

from. a fine family? Iwo Jima. Kent Cooper, the AP i
Daughter-Yes and how he descendedOut A new kind of synthetic rub-
boss, is offering reproductions of
ber has been developed from
the famed photo at $1 the togo
lactic acid (buttermilk). !
West ; to the Marines via Navy Relief.

Mamie-How well Algie sits on CUTS STRA1fiHT AND EASY sERTs The B. F. Goodrich Company has :

his burro. /g II ,,'...,_.',y. ...'!'.>,..."'-'=< ,-", ,tx ,><-.. .. P4I CONSTRUCTION OrIFORTRB ANGLE made experimental of rubber '
Lottie-Yes, to look at him one produced from kok-saghyz Rus-

would think he is part of it. sian dandelion.
angles and you can lean your head
back. The removable backs make the .
A boaster is 'one who every time 1 pieces easy to move around and to store

he opens his mouth puts his featsin. r in winter. 47-
1 axe *
NOTE-The lawn bench shown here Is
B made with Pattern 278; the adult-size chair y Yyrl;: :fi
Dear Me with Pattern 269; the child's chair with

Admirer-I admire your reper- Pattern 253. Each pattern gives large L0
toire. cutting diagrams, a complete list of materials .i:
/ and illustrated construction steps.
Star-Yes, he was a repertoireon Patterns are 15 cents each postpaid. Order .
the Blaze before we became WED.-THURS.-FRIrSAT. by number with your name and ad
engaged. 7:15a. m.(CWT);8:15: a.m.(EWT) dress, direct to: 0
8:15: a.m.(CWT);9:15 a.m.(EWT) MRS.; RUTH WYETH'SPEARS
Ruled Out? Your Favor// CBS Station Bedford Hills New York

Jasper I thought sure you'd Drawer 10

know her. She lives in -the same Enclose. 15 cents for each pattern "'-
square as you. I 1 I 1 : ,Mcvw+xti desired. ,

Joan-Perhaps. But she doesn't. Name. ..
move in the same circle! Address


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Ii ----ta)M001 taste[i:s:R
i CONSTIPATION ___________ .,. r-- '
Crackle I !

is the cause of k=-

renowned between
MUCH SUFFERINGConstipation Los Angeles and the San Francisco

correspondents, which George Polk
may cause no symp- carries on from his Washington beat
toms for a long time, but unless cor- Relieves smarting torment and
rected will finally Impair the health. for his L. A. paper. George won't
Symptoms associated with advanc- covers with protecting coat. refer to it as the San Francisco con-

ing constipation are loss of appetite I Generous supply costs little. ference. He calls it the California
heavily coated tongue, tired feeling
and mental depression. Headache, conference. The "real reason"
dizziness,-anemia, and skin disturb- MEXSliNASOOTHING Cong. Clare Luce returned to Italy. 4if

ances such as acne,are commonly ex- They say she wrote a book there in JfIKdu
perienced. In severe cases, neuralgiaand MEDICATED POWDER which she does "a job" on Edda "The Grains Are Great Foods" ;,
Joint pains occur. Indigestion, L'grain
with gas formation' and colic, and Mussolini. Kellogg's Rice Krispies equal the whole ripef
piles and fissures frequently add to I in nearly all the protective food ele- :
the discomforts of severe chronic Mike McDermott, the popular ments declared essential to human nutrition.
special ass't to Sec'y of Statetenius.He L--
No matter how many medicinesyou -lmas asaa -m aaaare t3HAYICGhYC7
have tried for constipation, we L' 1 L arranged hotel rooms for over
urge you to try B-L PREPARATION rt
900 newspaper men, newsreel cam-
with the understanding that B-L
PREPARATION must bring you satisfactory eramen, colyumists and radio prima
results or your money back. 1 donnas and then wound up with no s
Caution'Use only as directed. Adv. "decent" space in which to sleep

himself. The musical show,
.IFSOWATCH "Watch Out Angel," which folded at t'yT
OUTThe the Curran theater Satdee night ) %

after a three-week run Too bad. CISS AfOMi.
medical profession that f
Some of the
score was good
Many though a person may be cured of common very
malaria they may have it come and several people in it are tal-
I Insects back on them. So, if you are once more ented. The Alcazar theater re
feeling: tired, run down, have pains in
back and legs feel weak and billions, no named the United Nations theater.Its .
appetite and nervous-though chills and new
marquee was arranged via
fever haven't struck you yet and you
1 Shru6s, have common malaria-it doesn't pay to the War Production board-via request fI1 / 1 t ,
take any chances. Try a bottle of Oxi- of the state department. Glenn ,1
Vegetablesand dine. Oxidine is made to combat malaria <
' give you iron to help creation of red Allvine of the Will Hays zoo is in
blood cells. If the first bottle doesn't charge. The Hollywood films there
satisfy you your money will be returned. '
flowersSTRAINSrSORENESS Oxidine has been used for over 50 years. will be changed daily for the dele-
Get a bottle today at your drug store. gates. "Going My Way," frixample,

1 I Tob.cco 6 Ch.mlpl Bj.produeb Corp, will be heard in Czech for the

Lou,.Ineor. ,ora4d. blc"" Czechs. In Portuguese for the Brazilians -
WNU-7 18-45May etc. .
JOEY: Gee, Mom- I almost had to tell their Moms how easy it Is to
Jack's for Big Town food, better fight to keep the Filled Buns you put make those buns and other wonderin -

1 than most spots in New York. my lunch boxl I f ul treats with Flelschmann's yellow .

The two Stork clubs. And S. Bil- MOM: Well, Joey, we'll just.have to label Yeastl ;
... a lingsley can't do a thing about the .J

name piracy, either. Seems they -
Warn of Disordered registered the name in Calif. before rH j\

A favorite household antiseptic dress Kidney Action Mr. B. got hep. Barbara AND ANOTHER THING, EDITH... e5/ SEND
ing and liniment for 98 years-Hanford'tBALSAM Modern life with Its hurry and worry' FO R AtE
OF MYRRHI! It contains: Irregular habits improper eatingand Burke, ex-Follies dolly, recently di- FLEISCHMANN'S IS THE ONLY ;ila'estrevised
soothing gums to relieve the soreness and drinking-its risk of exposure and infec vorced, who becomes a bride again YEAST FOR BAKING/ THAT HAS elschrnann's fI edition of
ache of over-used and straiied muscles. tion-throws heavy strain on the workof shortly. She's the amour 40..
Takes the sting and itch out of burns, the kidneys. They are apt to become prettiest gov'tworker ADDED AMOUNTS OF BOTH pagerecip boOk ,
overtaxed and fall to filter excess acid in town. .
scalds insect bites, oak and ivy poisoning and other Impurities from the life-giving Ralph Ober'scomment VITAMINS A AND P, AS WELL Ids"Over7pwonde al
wind and sun burn chafing and blood. : "The passing of FDR COMPLEX/ ,
chapped akin. Its antiseptic action less You may suffer nagging backache, was the shock heard around the <"? AS THE VITAMIN/ 6 new eads
ens the danger of infection whenever the headache, dizziness, getting up nights, world." Ernie who essert bread ,: ,rolls,
Pyle, died
elan is cut or broken. leg pains, swelling-feel constantlytired for urry..send
Keep a bottle handy for the minor ,nervous,all worn out. Other signs with the Americans he loved. But Yours nowt
casualties of kitchen and nursery. At of kidney or bladder disorder are sometimes he will live in the hearts of Ameri -- fior
your druggist-trial size bottle 351; burning, scanty or too frequent ti, Yon free
urination. cans who loved him. b writeStand
household size 651; economy size $1.25. BrpY': )4"J
Try Doan'8 Pills. Doar\ help the
a C. HANFORD MFG.CO., Syracuse N.Y. kidneys to pass off harmful excess body 9 7ntralraid' Grand
Sole makers of waste. They have had more than half a The plight of S. F. restaurant curs ; 1 I 477.llcVYinke Bet ,
century of public approval. Are recom- and swank hotels ..
mended by grateful users everywhere.Ask trapped between -
e And all those vitamins go right
neighbor OPA rules and
your the confabbers. No
Into your baking with no great loss ;
; S butter no steaks, etc. But you In the oven.So;always getFleischmann'syeZtoto 1 ''
n have little trouble getting what --
____ you ZafceZYeastAweek'ssupplykeepsintheice-box.
want in the small restaurants along
1 Market street.

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Notice is hereby given that the following described lands, or 80 much Block Favor'a 4.Sd Lots,,...,.9,,_20...,.,.-.._.._... ,17 43 'sF1. ... John Flint ". """ -'" .9..
f Services every Sunday at 8:30 thereat will be necessary to pay the amount due for tans herein set opposIte Slh Lot 12 ,._ .
to the same together with cost ot such sales and advertising' will be Bold at Lot 67 _-, __. -.T._. J. D. Smith .n
i } -ft. m., at Clewiston Community public auction on theist day of June A. D. 1945. at the hour ot 12 o'clock noon, Bootlt'.. -Sd- U' 43 29 C. C. Cochran ...-,.,..__, .8%

i' at the courthouse door, in' the City or LaBelle, County of' Hendry and State. of Lots 9. 10, 24, to 30 c. C.

s Church.THE REV. S. D. MASON FlorIIla. R.ynl Palm E.t. No. Z '.- If 43 :u Cochran __ I.U
: p Lola 7. 8 ._, .
i. r' Priest in Charge.al ., /' Hendry County Florida.ESCRIPTION RoTal Palm Est.. No. 1 11 4.3 a .1:1ra.: Sara P. Thomas .53
: Tax Collector or Lots 1.to 3
J as. .n.opp .
Lots 44 ,
to 41
ST. SIABGARET'S CHURCH S S3V 'I.ot.'P -o[ SVPy--of ", Jas Xopp __.,,-- X81

{ 17 U 89 15 I
Chas '
E S4 of 9 E% .E Gibson .; .,,, 1.11
or 5W .v. % .r
% :
t Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Porter 18 43 :0: "
Lots 49 to 52 ... ,
t .Mass: Clewiston 9:00 a. m. p Lots 110 to 116 178 119 -. Victor Y. HovIs ...- _
J Panokee 11:00 a. m. D ii Lots 206 to 214. 216 to 221 Geo.
f Belle IA e.... 8d of Nay 01 i.;, H Filbert ___ I.U
: : ;
4 CoW1 / .f SE'AJ-- 18 43 >D
: i E> : 4 Block 10. Lots 3, W. JNE1'
LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE RO'71tI' Palar >Ellt. No.-1- 18 43 :II>> A. Stone: ._-,,.,,,.,.,, .8..

Block 1 Lots 3 9 _,_.,..._.. P. Walla ..
SE'"Keith LaJlelf.e Hefdat.SD" All, lyg: E ot St. H wy. 33 43 119 614 k N. Miller 00"

.______--. .31 42 29 All All -----. -----:: 34 43 2'9 640() RR. NN; Hiller _-- ___ 11.46 19.89
35 43 29 640
----- ( .
:P.Ill1ye Freed ---
__ $ .12 Miller
Lots 95 97
to _
-- _
Notice Is hereby given that in accordance r---- All 36 43 29 640 19.13
with Chapter 18287 Laws of Lots 820 to 342, 344t0 All N. Miller _._ ,,- 19.19
1 U 29 6-41 ? ?
____' Lester Jacobs 1.50 -------- R. N. MIller
Board as//) ___._____ All 31.9'9
1937, the of Supervisors of Sug- Lester Jacobs __ .- 2 U 29 613 > N. Mme
Lot 343.--------- -- .68 Gov \ __ 31.99
arland Drainage District has caused Woodrow Howard Lots 1. 2 & 3' of J" ;-, .
i to be prepared a budget of the Debt Lots 422 to 424 __ ..96"North NE%. _______ 3 U 29 181 n. N.
Pt. of Miller .
LaDeUeH 'A __
'Service requirements and the cost of South LaBelle Manors ScI s.!!
___ 42 2D
31 _
+ maintaining and operating all of the NWy ef Qf ot.. 3,.of 01 sWy
. Block 17, Lots 25 to 36 Sam L. Farabeo .-.-____ 2.18 Gowyv
I work and improvements of the District C. C. Cook _. of -.----.--- 3 44 29 120 R. N. Miller
,t Block 26. Lots U, U ___ --- __ ..70W.1h _____ __ 8.97
and administering the affairs of Lot 3 .__-__ C. C. Cook .._? .. ,58Ke'1t ---------.--- 8 U 29 320 ,R. N; Miller
1 i I i the District for the period beginning: Plot Terrace ____...._ 32 of= 29 -' All Exc NE along E St. 4 16.23Sv.
;, P November 1, 1945 and ending October Lots 1"71 to 179. 196 to 198 Jas A. G. Swelngler 1.20 AIl Hwy -------- U 29 396 R. N. Miller
'31, 1946 and that said budget is on Norman C. Crews ; ------.- 10 44 29 640 Dennis 11.11
Lots 229 to 231 _____ .82KJrkwood Small ___,,
1 : file in the :office of, the Secretary of Park ...?.:____.._._. S2 C 20 tN ..:=: ------L.: : :: :: == 11 44 29 640 Dennis Small _'__ 31.99
12 44 29
the District and the 640
. same maybe examined Block 2. Lots 6. 8. 10. 11 ._ R. N. Miller -- -, ---__ 1.43 Dennis ,Small
: Wlh 31,99SWlq
ot "
WY. of SE1 ot "
: ,
at the office of the Secretary. ;
Block 4 Lots 2 to 10, 12.
. The Board of Supervisors of Sugar- 13 __,_______.__..:-_.._ R. N. Miller --__?,__,..- 1,9ashington 7 NW% of_I._Vyi_Exe_._ 28 45 29 .10 Henry L;; Smith __ 1.30
I land Drainage District will meet in W Gardens __ : 43 28 ,.. ,
the office of the District on June 6, Block 8. Lots 8, 9 _._._ Catherine Hudson Bowles .19 of SWH of, NWU of.
) '1945. at 4:30 o'clock in the afternoon, Block 11. Lots 20 to 23 S. L. Lavane ---'-_ .68 N%NWU of SEW Ot--S %--, 27 45 29 35 Mrs. Lucille E. Grainger .. 4.99
E. W. T., 'for the purpose of hearing Block 40t. Lots 26. 21 _. Blanche Brown -_ .68 & '
'objections and complaints with re- W% ot l'nvt,{ of NEJ"W & SWU SEU of of SE* of SEU 27 45 29 30 Hurd L. Reeves .._ ,10.47 '
SEU of SE127
peet to said budget. : of SW vi of NEY &, 45 29 10 .Hurd L. Reeves
: Jr. _
t 1 A Sq in NW Cor of NE;, 28 45 29, 1 1.74
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS W1h of E1 of SW y. ofNEyS SWU of Frances Stokes 0.-.___ 7.21
:SUGARLAND: DRAINAGE DISTRICT ._,,_.._._.._:....___ /6 43 28 40 Jas Sweeney 2.68 .NEU. & SEU of ,
___ I 6 43 28 30 .Jas. Sweeney 1.45 ------- 34 45 29 80 Neeley Davis
E 3-4 of SEl/i of NE% ?__., 4.74
F. DEANE DUFF, S1x of SW / _.___.____._ 5 43 28 80 A. H. Reed ,_...:..?. 2.66 Nf of SEU 60'ft Exc strip of )2Eta7]tisc.. ,.. '. .. .. .
President. NEBN% of NE}; of land wide. said 'M
May 18th, 25th. NWt, _.______ 6 '43 28 '.180 A. H. Reed 5.73 strip being 30 ft on each -
E14 of SE%, & NWy of side of a line beg at apt '.': .

SE'4 ___..___ 6 43 .28 120 A. H. Reed 4,0Nof 7 '990 ft W of NE Cor .: __.
I'' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NEUj of NEB, of '- S across NE% of SE'/ l .

FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NE4 __...;._____.___ /8 43 28 5 Mrs. ,M. E. Albritton __ 1.U to a pt on S line 990 ft. :-r..l F r,;"" ,.-J1"'C": ". _
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR PALM NE2,+ of NWIf & Eli Exc. W of SE Cor public road 31 45 29 .1'7" Neeley Davis _.'_ .
REACH COUNTY. IN CHANCERY El: of SE'44 of SE% ofNE .. 2 A. In SE Cor of N% of 6.U_
.. -.' -- ;{ & Exc. N% ofNl+)li 1'I11"'I'I'.F/ : 11' L" +Wt31 Q311;; 3' ... SEA/ --.--------.. 35 45 29 2 D. B. Green Est. ___
of NEt, of NEy .__ 8 43 28 350 A. H. Reed ______ 11.09 __ 31 ,43 30 622 R. N. Miller ___ 1.30
Case No. 20375 SWIj of SEy .of NWuj 9 43 28 10 Audrey L: Smith &.. Thelma I All 'VACL-R CR .,...,. 6 I 44 30 63-1 R.- N. Miller 23.06
{ South Florida Conservancy'District and -- V. Smith 4.07 All 'V ACL RR Rwy ____ fi I 44 30 '611 R. N. .Miller __.... n.60:
The Board of Supervisors of said District Beg 30 Rds E of NW Cor. All 'v ACL RR Rwy 7. 4. 30 200 DennIs Small __ 30.41

". Lot 2. E 15 Rds S to Riv NE>/ of SE1; ----..----.- 6 44 32 40 E. FO' Dunn _, 10.31
PETITIONERS- W alg Riv to Pt S of NW1,4 of NE}+ & Nth of ?--ti- ----_- 1.67

vs. Beg N to beg _.____ 12 43 28 10 Thos. B. Stewart 1.80 wWJ} -- 22 44 32 120 Edith Gilman ._,..,__ .
The State of Florida NEB = 4.40
Beg 210 ft W of NE Cor NWTof % 16 44 32 20 David Puhl ____ -
The Taxpayers. Property Owners and Lot S.V 488 ft, S 600 ProTidence City Sd 3-1 44 3. 1.04
Citizens of South Florida Conservancy Riv Riv Lots 29 30, Block 38
ft to NE alg to --- .l.IJnDle Felder l .___
District and Non-residents owning Pc S of beg. N to beg __ 12 43 28 7 A. IL Sparr 2.01 I Lots 31' to 33, Elk 38 -...-'- Walter R. Chapman ___ 82
property in said District, or p A. in SE Cor ot E1 ofSWy : Garfield City Sd _.---,.--.- 34.f.! 3" __ .93

subject to taxation therein ot NW!, ______ 14 43. 28 ,5 G. L. Sweeney 3.52'V1h Block 4 Lot 42 ------ ,Rebecca Griffin ____
I 'DEFENDANTS ot NW1Exc.. Block 5'Lots 21 to 24 .10
or SEy4 Annie C 0 lit ng t on ___
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE Strip 8' ft wide & 80 Rds Block 8' Lots 21, 22 -.--.- .Jas. Jackson __ __ .1,06
NOTICE TO: The State of Florida long on E side ___._ U 43 28 ,1193-4 Mrs. J. G. Bentley __ 5.48 SElh Of' SE i of NE135 45 32 10 Frank Cothern ...._' _"___..._ .g2:;
through State Attorney for the Twelfth E1h of sw.% Exc. 1 A. in ,. :_ i: ',. b' :) W'h of SW of NtiVyN ot .8..

1v4 Judicial Circuit In and for Hendry SW Cor of SEAof SW'ls NW-"i"!, ..._.:... .-...-.-._..-..-- 35 4532 5 Melvin llesser ______.
County, Florida, and the State Attorney & NW4. of SEt,, & N'4 ...; "ftl' i f' ,,,: .If ; ... 1.4. 'f11; NWof NE ,4; __..-.- 36 45 32 40 Frank Cothern ____.___ 1.12
for the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit of SW': ot SE1 N 220 ':' fi ; All Frac .....- --..-,----- '4 43 33 13 Essex Investment 2.89
1 Co
'. ;'f "il All .. ..._. 8 43 33 628 Inc. 1.09
In and for Palm Beach County, Florida -- --- ------- Essex- Invf'stment
! The Several Property wners. E 405VftOto tg? & beg '1 fl' i ,1 .J "' :.'' ;!! ?f'.: All 9 43 33 628 Essex Investment Co. Inc Inc. 166.05
Taxpayers, Citizens and others havingor 1065 ft W. of SE Cor of JII..RJ JI3!,"'.. !'tt'H- 'ti E T-sw f" f'sEE N : 166.05

claiming any right title or interest S'V'4 of SE'S, N 220 rds, I ; ,," _.1o'.D. of 9 Mile Canal ---._.__._._ 12 43 33 4 W.'U. Surrency _____......_ 1.39
in property to be affected by the 'V 225 it ('h Sec. LIne) W'Lof SWU of SEU- of

issuance of the bonds of the South S 220 yds E to beg __ J.7 43 28 149 A. H. Reed _.._.____ 8.69 ES ; _.:.-____..___.._._ 12 43 G3 4J1: G. H. Small ,.__._..._.__
Florida Conservancy District hereinafter NE'4 Exc. Gov Rwy _.._ 20 43 '28' 160 A. H. Reed .____ 4.88 of SEU of NW>/i- ._ 23 4.J 33 20 H. D. Price 1.12
referred to. or to be affected in NEy3 of NW & Gov Lot NE ti 74., of NEU of SEU __ 21 44 33 10 Hannah slater-----,0_ >--_ 1.42,

any way thereby. 1 E of Creek .._.._,---'_ 20 43 28 52 A. H. Reed __ 2.41 Of Nnlt, SEU -- 27.u 33 20 ,H. A Vivian ____"- _..._; .94
: On this the 13th day of May. 1945 Ir'4 of NEJ1 of N'W2j. _._ 26 43 28 20 frs. J. 11. Barfield ____ 1.12 All Exc. Rd 'Rwy ,_____.. 19 f6 33 634' Charles Wilson Ward __ 25.9t 1.42
there was presented to me the Petition Wih ot N31 & ShJ* otNW" All Exc Rd Rwy :- 20 46 33 634 Charles 'Yilson Ward _
& S of All Exc Rd Rwy 21 46 33 634 5.94
filed in the above styled cause alleging ofNEN Charles Wilson Ward _
that Petitioner have authorized the' NW'4 ____._.._______ 26 n 28 140 C. WStarnes-Mrs. Barfield All Exc Rd Rwy -._-- 28 46 33 628 Charles Wilson Ward __ 25.9.
Issuance of bonds described follows _____..:..__ 5.2'3E All Exc Rd Rwy --_-. 29 46 33 634 Charles Wilson Ward 25.94
ae % of 'V1h ot SEy o-t All Exc Rd Rwy -.,,...-- 30 .6 38 6-34 Charles Wilson Ward 2S.9f

.. I South: Florid Conservancy District NEys : 29 43 28 10 T. C. Warren _.-__..::....--_ 1.42 AU .-- ._ 31 46 33 640 Charles 'Vilson Ward ____ 25.9.
. I W;'. of sw3"of hw}" of All I._,"---II'IIIIIII.All 32 46 33' 640 Charles Wilson Ward __ 25.H!

., Refunding Bonds Series 1945. dated SW;, _......___._.__ 6 H 2& 6 farul'e W. Waters ___ 1.09 [ Exc 'Rd Rwy .= 33 4S. 33 634 Charles Wilson War __ 25.94
$480.o10.04; Ede of NE4 of NW} of Lincoln S< .'Park No. i .. Ss n 3.1 25.9.
NW' ;; _-. _._ ___ 8.44.' 28, 5 Mrs. Grace .Arnold-,::___ 1.09 Block 16,' Lot' 43 :-----._-. Charley Little ___
1 of each of the 1947 to 1969 both .11
and years ; W of. 8vY1 4 ot SE y. of Block- 60. ,Lots-10, 11 --_"- Richard Crimps ___

rates inclusive shown in bearing the exhibit intereiit'at of said the ENWP .__ .__ S'U 2S 5 Elspeth Gillespie _. ..___ 1.09 Lincoln !94. Park'Sd No. 2 3s 41 33 .96
Block 17 41 42Garfteld ..; E.
t Petition. SW% of-SEy, ot"c Lots. R. ti _______ .84

; The Petltlon prays for 'validation of NW4 -____. .:.. 8 -ft"2S"5 Elspeth Gillespie _.J._.___ 1.49 Esy n.__._.___._, ,,= 5 48 33 328 Harriet Gultord ..: ,__
, said bonds and'- all proceedings relat- Eof. SEy of SE 3i ot .. Park Sd ......_.-- 9 4S 33 8-.23,

ing I thereto including the levy and NW y' __...________ 8 U 2S 5 Elspeth Glllespio'._____ 1,09Hardlnr Block 7, Lots 44. 46 --- A. A. Teams!!! .95
appropriation of taxes to said Helpt" Sd. __ 6 4S Zt Block 19, Lot 2JS -.-----. Walter White---4-._._._.;:. .
bonds and the Interest thereon pay the Lot 178 ____,.. ._.._ 1C. Hayes __ .. .94 Block 29. Lots 0>8. 39 -- : .Sarah Whits. _-..:....--r_- .58-.8'
CUT of LaBeUe _____ All N 09> Mile Canal &
Hens of said taxea, and for other adjudications ." :;.;
j 8d .1 Geoda-o'a 6d 11 4B ,:10 East of < Lots I t
relating to said bonds and Th :.3F.
proceedings. Reference Is hereby Bock 1. Lots 13, 14 _.?.._. McWilliam!!! ,.-_____ 1.61 14B, 15, 17B ... 7 43 U3 R. E\ Kurtz -"". 10.&
Go-ed.o' Sit of NE ofBI Beg at pt {655 ft E ---- '7'
%, a ; : : _
I made to the Petition for the full state- k 8 "-.__._ _....._______. 4 4J; :::19 SW Cor. E 88 ft N 80 of"I I .L' I. -i.
ment of the allegations and the pray- Park Place Sit _.______ E 43 ft. N 65 ft, 'E 94 ft .
".;. cr.i .ots[ 1 to 6, 8 to 19 _,.._h_ R. N. Miller __ ._ 2.88 N 10 ft. W 140 ft. S55ft, ::g..r:. :- 10.. .: ... \'" : ,' :
i. The State of Florida and the, others Lots[ 6, 7 .-_.._ --.. R. N. Miller _______ 1.43 W 85 ft, S 100 h to beginning 12r.1 If. ,,' ? !" ;. ,
r to whom this notice is addressed are S tewRrt'li 54 Blltlt iv. 33. ._.___._.____. 14 43, '34 T..J. Geiger __.. __
required to appear before this Courtin 34 _.,......___.._._.._.____ 4432G HarleH S-U Tract >6Oxl810 4.55.
the Courtroom hereof in West Palm Lots 6. it ___ :0 43 34
4 -.- ._ Carroll n. Christi .----r'' 1.2(0 ft In NEU _-'-- ,
Beach Florida, on the llth day of Beg 50 ft N ot Cor, Blk Block K, Lots 2, 3 Elbert Allen _'.__.___ :SM
June 1945, at 11 o'clock A. M.. at which 23. N,, 85 ft. E 130 ftc S Block K. Lot Dave Atkinson
-' ---- ___.
time and place the hearing in this 85 ft. W 130 ft tJo beg _._ 4 43 29 W H. Reynolds _______ 4-.10 Block K, Lots7'\ 6 _-: W. A. Muldrow .___.,_ 17.25
cause shall be held.v and show cause Alber S4..____ 4439 Block K. -'--- Geo. BIckham ...,.____
i why the prayers of said Petition should lock 42. Lots 13. 1! ___ Frank & Madge Cothel'n 2.51 Block K, Lot 19 ..x.-----, Floyd Tukea _? ____ 2,18 2.18'

: not be granted. and the proceedingsand Court H.ollle Sq Sd '__.w-, 9 43 :8: Block K, Lot 20 .-- ; '. Wm. Franklin _'''_,_,....,.._ 2l8!
bonds validated and confirmed as Block47. Lot 1 ._..___ Clifford. Luckey __,?_..._ .9 4 Block K, Lot 22 .----- '. Clara. Donaldson ......:..._ 1.98
therein prayed.A Block:70 Ecc 1 acre In NW Block K, Lot 30 -------- ; J. H. Johnson __....:.._.....: 1.98
copy of this notice, the Petition, Cor LaBelle .. _..__._ .g 43 29 :T. C. 'Jackman ____.:... 8:18: Block L...Lots 29.,. 30 ...,.-... '. Elmer Whitfield ..,_..__- ;
and the exhibits thereto shall be serv- Block 11 LaBelle-..___..?, 9 43. 29 J. C: .Jackman ___+ -____ 2.88 Block L. Lot 32 __...._._........... Elmer Whitfield _.._ 49.12 16.82
ed on the State Attorneys for Palm .Bellt" Terrace. Bieck C.:. D 4S 2D Block N, Lots :. 3 --.-,.-- Archie B. Dudley .___ 4.49
I Beach County and Hendry County. The Block H. Lots ,15. 16 _...:- :Mrs. Robt. Haish _.____.. 1.06 Block Q Lot 4 .__*____.._ Rosa Lee McMillan ..__ 2.49
notice shall be published in each of CalleRe flew .__.._..__......._..._ d 43 :0 Block Q. Lot 6 --..-.--._.-.-.- Elmer Whitfield ..._____ 20.01 '
said Counties for the time and in the Lot 7 ...._____._...__......___...._._ James Luckey _.____ 1.21 Block Q, Lot !9 I ?,.,._..._...._ Elmer Whitfield _.___._..__._ 2.49
I 1 4u manner required by law. Lots 12.. ,13 ______..._..._,_._ Steve Thomas __-__. 1.00Ith'er'lew Block Q. Lot 14 ....:.__.---:.., Sam Coleman __01.-_ 2.49
\> Any ._._ .... ._.. 3 43 34
, property owner taxpayer, citizen Park '., q"_- 5 48 :0: lIeok r'M Sd -.--- .
\ or person interested may becomea [JOts 49. 50 __.__.._ ,R. N.. Miller __.___ 1.06 Lot 11'T'--'-...-'-- Minzie M. McCall ___ 2.48
party to thin' proceeding by pleading .drew'., Add rre LaIItUe E'/3 NEU NWUEU ..--. 24 434 20 Chas. N. Williams ___,_ 79.08
to the said Petition on or before Park .... ..___.__.____ -t3 4.3 :0 of SWU of. SWU '-.--- 35 43 34 20 Trustees I. I. Fund _.__._. 76.05
the time. herein set for the he.r hg. Lots 11. ,Block S _.___ Sallie Gravely _..____._..__ 1,3 l E& of NEU of NEUTZV3 !i -.,- 17 44 34 20 Peter Gunderson __*._:..1 1.73
In the event the Decree to be entered Lot 9, Block 9 ____- C. J. & Mattie Richards ._ 1,0Avalo 6 of NWU of NEUW -,-- 17 H 34 20 Edward Sturgis .____,._' ._ 1.73
in this cause grants the prayers of Place Sd..__.____ 8 4S 29Lot8 % of NEU of -.... 21 44 34 20 Sarah Hughes _.__._""-___ 1.73
said Petition such Decree !hall' be 2. 3 _u.._.__..____.___.__ d. C. .Jackman ___.__._. 4.01 W1h of NWU of S'sEft", -- 33 44 :34 20 Sarah A. Hughes ____ 1.73
forever conclusive as to all matters Lot 11' ......__.__._____... J. C. 'Jaclcman _______ 16 7 SWU of NWU, .--_........-.-- 1 45 34 4U L. S. Remsberg' ._____....__. 2.37
I adjudicated, against the Petitioner Fairview Sd ____.__...__._ 8 43 :e NEU Of SEU of" SWU' 25 45 34 10 Seaboard Highlands, Inc. .94
!II I l' and all parties affected thereby in- Lots 105 to 125 _.__.__..___ City ot LaBel1e ..____._.. 2,2ltelmoxt 7 E>,h of SEU of SWU -,..- 1 47 34 20 Harvey F. Cornwell ____ 1.20
cludlncr those to whom this notice is Sd ,_ .,_......._..__..;.. 8 43 20 S'' & NWU -.-....-...--......- 5 47 34 c5x Vose Babcock ..,._.___ '12.12
addressed and the validity of said Lot 2. Block 1 _..___ City ot LaBelle __,'__'____ 0 All _---.--..--.---.-....- 6 47 34 640 Vose Babcock .....________ 16.00 r
bonds and proceedings may never be Lots 1. 2, Block 9 _.._ Donald Fussell ___,__, ,",,_,;,_. ;7 8 All '-..-..._.---.-.-----.-, 7 47 34 640 Vose Babcock ____.__.... 16.00
called in question in any court. Lots 1, 2. 24-; Block 13 \Irs. C. H. Hunnicutt ..:..-._ 1.1 9 All _.--...----_..-.--_-.-'.-.. 8 47 34 640 Vose Babcock ---__,_ 16.00 _
Done and ordered in Chambers at Lot 10, mock 13 _____. \ W. R.. Harrell _.____,__ ,E 2 An -..-..-....-....--..., -..-...-.--.. 17 47 34 480 Vose Babcock _: ___._ 12.13
West Palm Beach Florida, in the Fif- ;Adalr'M Add TQ nelmont 8 43 29 All -.,.-.-..--...--..-..--.....-.--..- 19 47 34 640 Vose Babcock' _________ 16.00 ,
teenth Judicial Circuit of the State of Lots 1 to 4 ...._._..___._::._ W.. W. Magruder ___..;____ 1.91Pord All --....---_.._....,,....-.-...-.:-- 20 47 34 640 Vose Babcock .__.___..,; 16.00
Florida this 10th day of May, A. D., Pork Sd _",_'_..__"._.___' 8 43 '29: All :...-..------.,.--:-..:_,.-_--- 29 47 34 640 Vose Babcock .__._ __ 16.00
1945. Sec. I Lots 4. 5 __ Louis Thomas ______.. 5.32 All _....,.-.-.-.-.-------.-::---. 31 47 34 640 Vose Babcock ___:,-V._:_.- 16.00
JOSEPH S.-WHITE. Sec. 1; Lots 10. 11. 19r_._._... City of I.aBelle __''-___' 1.61 AU .--.,.--.--.-.-.------- 32 47 34 640 Vose Babcock __..__.._ 16.00

Judge. of the Circuit Court of Sec 1, Lot 18 ..____._?__ F. A. Davis _____...._.___ .94 Ph & 5E14 --..----.-. ....-..- 33 47 34 480 'Vose Babcock _____ 12.12
rr the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit Sec. I, Lot 28 ...._..:..._.__._.-.;. .'.: l Ellja Hall __.-._._.___,__ .82 Std ----_----.-..--.-- 2 48 31 320 Vose Babcock __..__..: _.. 8.23
of the State of Florida in and Sec. 1. Lot 31 __.__ J.V.. Porter. .._-______ 1.67See. N3s .-.-._.-----'-.------- 3 48 34 320 Vose Babcock ____.___:- 8.23
for Palm Beach Count Florida. 1, Lot 52y.._________ ;... .. .. City of LaBelle _._._..._,. .82 Ph: -..........--.....-.-.---.----.-- 4 48 34 320 Vose Babcock ____.:__._..:. 8.23
(SEAL) J. ALEX ARNETTE, Sec. I, Lots 58 to 63 :. City of LaBelle -:..___._.... 1.:1:: AU .-...-.,...."-..,,.--........-.-.:--,.-,.. 5 45 34 640 Vose Baboook ..._,..___--:'..,_ 16.00
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Sec. 1. Lots 64. 65 ..__..___ .. .- ...,'. Ruth Lane '_"__'___'__ 1.19 H?' & SE1 _..._._..____.___. 6 48 34 480 Vose Babcock __..____ 12.12
the Fifteenth Judicial Circuitof Sec. I, Lots 66 to 68 __._ L. l\I. Kitchen ______ 1.31 E'4 _....--.._---..-.--.---.--- ,9' '48 34 Vose Babcock ______ 4.34:
the State of Florida in and Sec 1. Lot 69 ____.._. _._ '-" .-' .-'. Robt. Watkins t'------- .94 AU ......_.-.--..----.- 30 48 31 640 Vose Babcock ____._ 16.00
for Palm Beach County. Sec 1. Lot 71 _.___ : : -, City of LaBelle ____ .94 All -------.--...-_--::::.:: 11 48 3.1 640 Vose Babcock _____ 16,00 '
Raymond R. Richardson Attorney. Sec 1. Lot 78 _.__.____._ '- '-. -. p, Williams _______ ..82 City 01 Clewl"ton --- -.- 19 43 3-1
May 11, ,U, 25, 1945. Sec. 1. Lot 79 ___._,_ ';". Tim Curtis _,.______..\.-__ 1.00Sec. Block 20. Lot 10 ---.-.-? R. E. Kurtz ._._._._._'___._' 3.99
I, Tots 82. 83.____._ ",.-" ''II: c., Courtney ____..__ 1.10 Block 161, Lot. 31 -.-.--.- Clewiston Realty & -
Sec. 1, Lots 88, 89 ___ .- City ot LaBelle _.____._.__ 1.19 Dev. Corp. ,___.L ._... .' 4.8
Sec. 1, Lots 98. 99. 100. 101 H. C. Courtney _____ 1.67 Block 17G. Lot 29 ----.-- W. Costella ____--:... 6.94
NOTICE OF TAX SALE FOR DELINQUENT Sec. 1, Lots 111. 112 ___ '/, ', ," -.. City ot LaBelle _._____._._ 2.27 Block 176. Lot SO ---_ Esther G. Hoeben __ 6.94 -
EVERGLADES DRAIN Sec. 1, Lots 121, 122 __.?._? -: Lizzie Edwards ____- 11Sec. 9 Block 190 Lot 4 ,..___.___ 9 43 34 G. E. Etherton ..____._ 4.78
... AGE DISTRICT TAXES 1. Lots 123. 124 __.__ r Tim Curtis _.._..____._ 1.19 Block 201, Lot 33 -_---- J. D. Gortatowsky _____ 4.56
Sec 1. Lot 125 ____..__--:.. Society .__.,._..______..___._ .9 4 Block 202 Lott -.-..,--- 9 43 34 C. L. Arbuthnot .____.._ 4.66
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Sec. I Lots 126 to 158 _.: City of. LaBelle _.__.____ 2.88 Block 204. Lot 8 ------ A. J. Anderson .__._.___. 5.11
f all lands delinquent on June 1. 1915, Sec. ,2., Lots 1 to 165 -_____ City of LaBelle _,_.____ 2.52 Block 207. Lots 17, 18 -. D. K. Plank "__'__,_ 43.90 )
I 1 for non-payment of EVERGLADES Ro.euberry's Sd of N'Iof Block 354, Lots 27, 28 --.". 16 43 31 T. H. Jones. Sr. __.__ 56.17
DRAINAGE DISTRICT!: taxes for the N\\"I/J ._.__.._......_............"...._.. 8 43 :0 Block 355, Lot 22 -.--- I J. W. Supthen _____.... 2.75
1 year of 1944 01 so much thereof as Lots 3 to C. Exc that part .. Clock 355, Lot 24 _.....-. J. D. Gortatsky _..__._ 2.75
I 1 may be necessary to pay the amount Lot 3 SE of St. Hwy No. lock 35fi. Lots 18 to 22 ._, J. D. Gortatsky _.__.__._,_ 11.88
: due for taxes on said lands for said 25 ..."".......____._..,._......m_____._ 18 Mahala S. Royer :_-.-..._.._:_ 4.70 Block: 356. Lot 44 .._......_n._ :Margaret Butterner _____. 2.79
\t. year, together with the cost of sale RR Rwy of Stn. & Terminal Block 358. Lots IK! to 17 lo 43 nl Albert H. Leitner .___: 10.21
'. specified in the laws governing said Grounds in __.__ 8-9 43 % 29 SAL fly Co. Assessed by Block 358 Lot 19 --"--"- E. A. Cadwell __'___"'_'___Z 5.18
\, District. will be sold at public auction Comptroller_. _.__ 10.17 Block' 359 Lots 1, 2 -- John W. Hepworth Est. _. 4.01
beginning at twelve o'clock noon Englewood Terrace Sd 8 4.3 20 Block 360 Lots 10, 11 -. Clewiston Realty & ,
the let day of June 1945, at the front on Sec, A. Lots 6, 7 W. M. Benton ____ .10 Dev. Corp. _____ iI.41 -
door of the Court House in the Sec. D, Lot 1 __-__ S Mrs. Ella R. Bryan _.___ .82 Block SCO. Lots 32. 33 -.- Mrs. O. E. Galloway ___ 6.38
t of LaBelle Florida and City Sec. B, Lots 2 to 4 _.;...---; :-. .. W. C. Evans ._____.__--_ .82 Block 360. Lots 41, 45 -- Stokes Murphy ___._.__ 10.10
until said sale Is completed.continuing Sec. n. Lots 9 to 150 __ : Evans ;.__.______ 1.67 Block 3C3, Lot 19 ----- "- Mrs. Maude C. Anderson 14.35
A complete list of such delinquent Sec C. Lot 139 .....___.__ .i hit C'Bon ton _._...:...._ '_ .70 Block 365, Lot 21 '.,---'"-.. : Exter Baking Co. __"_'__ 3.15'
lands Is available for public Sec D, Lots 1 to 38 __ RR Rwy Assessed by Block: 3f,9 f Lot 10 ---- Ralph S. & Ruth Bond 5.03

durinsr the business hours at inspection Comptroller _. _______ 3.18 Block 372. Lot 15 .-..-..-- A. J. Thielen .___.._..___ 7.00
'of the Tax Collector for the the office Sec D. Sl,!! of 84 to 113 & Block 377 Lots 13, 14 J L. L. Shirley _..._._._.__ 33.88 ,'
of Hendry ithe Court County I- S. of 115 to 120 ,& 114.' ,', SAL RR Co. Assessed by Block 381, Lot 3 -.-- Elmer :1. Erickson ____._ 2.36
LaBellr-. Florlda.and House at : Comptroller ....___..-..._._. 2.2 7 Block 407, Lot 12 ----- Clewiston Realty &
lands Included In said inquiries as to Sec. D. Lots 121 to ,150 _.:. SAL RR Co. Assessed by I\-'f' Dev. Corp. ___.._:.,._+ 3.6G

.j 'by mall delinquent list, Comptroller _..-:____ '1.49 Block 411, Lot 4 ..-.....---- -''. Joseph E. Elder ______ 336 .
during or by telephone, or in person r Sec G. Lot 20 _.__ 'bigt: Benton _.:.........:__ .70 Block 412. Lots 2C. 27 Aaron D. Frances ___ 4.15
answered business bthe hours will be fully Sec I. Lot 1 .._____ I birslE., :1. Heroy ._____ .56 Block 422 Lots 27, 28 City of Clewiston __ -3.59' f
f".. office of laid! Tax hockey's Sd of E1/2 01 NEIor /. Block 448. Lot 24 ----- Beatrice Jacobs _.:._,.__. 5.06
Collector. NEt; __..,___._._.___-_ 1'1 43 20 Block: 495 Lot 8 -.--- 16 43 3t" JW.. Dougherty _____..._ 11.29 .
I I R. N. MILLER Block I, Lots 8. 9. 12, 13 Stafford Luckey _'_'_" 1.43 Block 495, Lot 14 -....--...-i Claud L. Beckett _".__. 3.44
Tax Collector of Hendry Block 1. Lots H. 15 ____ Joe Carver -....,.....__.._.._..___ .90\ Block: 495, Lot 16 _____ C. M. Allan _"_'___'.__'_ ..5.26rm
I 4 County, Florida. Block I, Lots 21. 22. 25. 26 Stafford Luckey __..____._ 1.43 ,
I Hay 11, 18, 25. Block 3. Lots 3 to' G'_ Ray C. Hull 1.U


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it is a standout. I have seen lien dollar appropriation bill for the'1( lows: I I 1945 at 11 o'clock A. M., at which time
With Our Boys- ron City of Clewiston Revenue Refunding and place the hearing in this cause
,! nearly all the CVEs work, and I construction ot 'a branch of the I Bonds. Series: 1945 dated shall be held, and show cause why,
must the WAKE TOPS THEM state hospital at Avon Park was ,ap- January 1, 1945, in the amount of | the prayers' of said Petition should not

(Continued from 1'a.Ke 5)I I ALL FOR say EFFICIENCY, SMOOTHNESS I proved by' the Senate 31 to 5 at January$166,000.00 1 ,of maturing each of the serially years 1946 on I r bonds be granted validated, and the and proceedings confirmed and as

said to the AND GOOD JUDGMENT. I ;noon that day and had been rushed to 1964, both inclusive, and bear- therein prayed.
5>art of the campaign ing interest at the rates shown in I I Any property owner, taxpayer, citizen
to the Governor for his signature.
entire invasion force, "It has been hope that, we are together again I ; the exhibit to said Petition. I or person interested may become .+
: (Capitalization for emphasis is This culminates the-efforts of this The Petitioners pray for validationof a' party to this proceeding by plead
"op-eration community for. many, years to obtain the ReVenue Refunding Bonds and ing to the said Petition on or before
ours.) I all proceedings relating thereto, Including the time heroin! fact for the hearing.
this hospital branch. it was brought I the appropriation'of In the event the Decree'to be
teamwork entered
commendation '
marked by that : r
It has been The tone of I f geihn combined Elec-l
up at the 1943 session but failed revenues in this cause grants the prayera
'devotion to duty and unflinching implies a tine spirit of cooperation j trie and Water System of said City to' of said petition such Decree shall be
which have measured up efficiency aboard our'ship, and to get through but the increasingly 1 pay and to secure payment of said' forever conclusive 'as to all matters
gallantry and .I crowded conditions at the Chatta- bonds and the Interest thereon, the adjudicated, against the Petitioner and,,
the highest traditions of Naval to be able to assure you, 'I relating thereto, all
to we are glad hoochee it imperative covenants of the City parties affected thereby, including
Service." I and the Admiral, that such is the: I mace -and for other adjudications relating to those to whom this notice It addressed
that another hospital be con- I said bonds and proceedings. Reference and the v/xli'lity\ of said bonds and
Among the individual commendations case. We are a unit, working together structed. 0""I is hereby made to the Petition for the proceedings may never be called in
our ship received was the to enable our squadron *o full statement of the allegations and question in any court. ,
Rear Admiral' missions. I .1. the prayer. I GEO. W. WHITEHURST,
following onefrom carry out its assigned I i 1 The State of Florida and the others Judge
Sprague, "It vour shin is9) = wr+ I- When they succeed the Wake Island I RATIONING to whom this notice is"addressed are J. II. COUSE, ,
required to appear before this CourtIn Moore Haven. Fla.
as your Air Department and Squad'i feels she has succeeded and her ; CALENDAR i the Courtroom hereof In Fort My Attorney for Petitioners j

- -- .. ...., i prayers as well as her work, flies ers, Florida, on the 18th day of June, May 18, 25, June 1.
- -
- I with each of her pilots. Since beingso I I ----
engaged in actual battle "" """' --

:;; i conditions actively the espirit, de ,corps of I Red Stamps-Y5, z5 and rF2 A2 II!
--n Vi.je through D2 expire June 2;
the Wake Island has, jumped /by
through 'J2 expire June 30; K2 I N INN
1,1/e -r, leaps and bounds,' and is a fine
through P2 expire July 31; Q2 !
I thing to see, and ,to share.
through U2 will be validated May I.I
...... this
all for
"mf/411' that's about

th, 1""\ ".I.Ia I I time.Guess Keep, your letteu coming, for I 1, expire, PROCESSED August 31. FOODS I.F I!F,: Dine In An Atmosphere of Cool And {

they, surely mean a lot to me., -
Blue Stamps H2 through M2 expire i
i i'J' I Quiet Comfort
Sincerely Yours
L I 1
June, 2; N2 through S2 expire '

$dIU Ii I '" '" BUDDY. 'I June 30; T2 through X2 expire I ..

i It July 31; Y2. Z2, Al, Bl, Cl validated II' You Will Enjoy Our Good Food and
Next to hearing directly I'
h,{ t May 1, expire August 31. '
was the news Lt. Morris Ford's bud- Courteous Service
i dy brought this: week to his mother,,I
Mrs. G. M. Ford, To know that Morris AND SinnTINCJ FOH PUIl-''I '

I was in good health and !in good POSE OF IIEAHINiOBJEC'rIONS'. Breakfast .' .' :7:00 to 9':30, A. M.
spirits as late"'as April 5 when Lt. TO AND ALL. COMPLAINT-WHOM IT MAP CONCERN: Lunch . .. . 12:00 to 2:00 P. ,M.
Brown last saw Morris in a camp I Pursuant to Chapter 20658 Laws of '

I near Nuienbeig.. Lt. Brown escaped ( "Florida, Acts Drainage of 1941.District relating, ths to Board Everglades -I Dinner . .: 6:30 to 8:00 P. M.

I and is now back- at his home in.| of Commissioners of Everglades'

and paid a visit to Mrs. Drainage District has completed a I,

: I Ford Boynton this week 'I budget showing of the the District debt service during, the requirements .I Make A Date To Meet In The Cocktail

We cannot feel but that the good year beginning on the let day of next- Lounge
I November and ending on the 31st day
news of Lt. Ford's liberation will of the succeeding October, and the same
; has been placed file in the office of
through shortly but on
come the Secretary of the District, at room i fi Wines and Liquors At Popular
liberated ,
since there have been so many 607 Comeau Building, West Palm (
notification is naturally slow. Beach, Florida where the- same may ." Prices
be examined and this is to notify ,,
"It was bad news for me when The Red Cross has taken over this that said Board will meet at said i : .

1 read that we may not get job of notification all families and will as get word HS: j place 1045 at on ONE the 7th THIRTY day of o'clock June, in A. the D. I Open 11:00: A. M. to -2:00 P. M. 4:00 P. M.
to soon
afternoon of said day (being ,not less :
:' :
for 2 3 -
new cars or years possible. \ than fifteen days from the date of the ;i To 12:00

after victory." I And we're all awaiting, almost first publication hereof) for the purpose -
of hearing objections;; and cOmplaints .....L ..a..r\o- SSE3C -'. jM WUI
as anxiously as Mr. Ford, to hear I with respect to said budget. JYI -
that Morris is free and en route ;;"

home. I Earl,, McDanic), ..... ''''.,.""7.7'7\., ;:;" p::.",.-.;:-==.:" ;..;L-, -..#rTr
I Vies Chairman

Mrs. Egress Suggs recently re-I ATTEST By K. :M.: Throop..

,ceiveda copy of the newspaper pub May Secretary.18-23. 1945. r If You Wish
lished by the 76th Division in Ger- 1 '

many with which her husband, Pvt.E. .
ix Till cinrriT cot;KTTUEWTII
L. Suggs is serving. The publication IX CIANCLBty !
is called the "Onaway" and is a JUDICIAL DISTRICT GUARANTEEDi

most interesting eight-page mimeographed IIKMIKV corvnriomuA: ', '

paper. I City of Clewiston and *Automotive Repair ServiceMachine
The City C6mmislonersof
The following item concerns
f said City PETITIONERS, '
417 infantry, Pvt. Suggs', own V8., :{ Work I II
fit: .The State of Florida, : ,
The Taxpayers Property Owners :
"Stabbing into the heart of out-I and Citizens of City of Clewiston I .:
Painting and Body Repair Service :
I many in a lightning-like,,thrust, and Non-residents owning property I
"When I told'my Gulf'man, 417th"Inf. in said City, o> subject to taxation _
advanced 40 : '
mile"east.of \ therein, DEFENDANTS.
,he had good news,though. He the Rhine river and capturedmore NOTICE TO: The State of Florida *:Genuine. Ford Repair Parts :_" _" t' .
through S tat Attorney for the t s '\ ,' ',
said Gulfprideand Gulflex** than 1,000 prisoners in five.1 Twelfth Judicial Circuit in and foi .' '

days of combat. Hendry County, Florida, The several -SEE-
will help'eep my car on the "The Regiment, with attached Property Owner: ,. Taxpayers, Citizens
and others having or claiming any
-road quite a while." units, crossed the Rhine through the, I right, title or interest in property to
be affected by the issuance of the HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS
Boppard bridgehead, and drove thefoe /
t Revenue Refunding Bonds of the Cityof
from at least 45 towns and Clewiston, Florida, hereinafter referred (
lages. A numler of American vn.1 to, or to be affected in any way
I GULFPRIDE thereby. Ford Sales and Service t
oners were liberated and large I On this the 16th day of1 a)', 1915,
I quantities of supplies and equipment -' there was presented to me the Petition PHONE 93 CLEWISTON FLORIDA
FOR YOUR MOTOR filed in the above styled, cause alleging -
seized. (1 that Petitioners have authorizedthe
i Ilstein and Schmitten were the issuance of bonds described as lol- ...o.- "..". ,_
An oil that's TOUGH
in I .. ..
largest cities to fall to the combat: -- .......
t Capital) letters. protects '
team. l
resistance was encountered -|1 .
r against carbon and sludge! at Schmitten, where most
I of the German forces were officer
** candidates. The enemy also stub ".:..,'".., ,.. .f I' "' '
GULFLEX bornly defended Dorfweil, but was {

driven out by Infantryment and I .... [ 'c :

fOR YOUR CHASSIS tank destroyers. A furious night } '

r counterattack was made by the Ger- :' r
2.: i .1.
'Knocks out friction at up I Ito mans in an attempt to retake the '-

< 39 vital chassis-points'! :. I town but. the onslaught was repel; :.*,..-.... I". 1'
sed. dt
Protection plus! ,
"The capture of Obernhain .'- "

t' I II Wehrheim and Pfaffenwiesbach z,

II I followed several! unsuccessful at- "

tempts by the enemy infiltrate be- .. : ,
hind, the lines of the 417th." ) ,
L : .

I i it Ensign W. S; Owen is now at sea ;I

t 1 1I aboard a destroyer and :t last report J : '

I in the Atlantic. ,
I II was A letter '

received by his father rcceatly came : '
I' '' ... ... I '
an east coast lortbut he is
I doubtful that he will .., :,,', i'.,. ;,':.J' > /,'
remain long'r a .: .
I :
[ life ; Atlantic waters. ".'
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:t'y. .
l Ire0fyourCc7P .,, ":' .,' ;
I Avon Park To Get :: :
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m J Branch Of State ,_" ., :\.. ,J .. / .

:: o 6u471Y1Ir4::: i I Hospital ,For InsaneMoore .... .A .: .' i

ft\: .. i ( Haven Democrat) '
"h .
'- : I j; A telegram to the Democrat froT I ..

Senator Wilbur C. King Wednesdi 'ItI

\ is to the effect that the halfmi'Mack's I -
GEORGE: "Yes, I certainly would like to much is being done to help them by finding 'I '. .-

"" hear why you call that an old fashioned out and correcting the condition that leads' -,

._ ..., .
;< J> k:' :; --.om""I them to "
I idea, Judge. excess.

GEORGE: "How many folks are there like
OLD JUDGE: "Glad to tell you George. "

Until recently, a person known as an alcoholic that, Judge?

; Drug Store .' was generally treated as a social OLD JUDGE:Well, according to scientific

:' outcast. Little if anything was done to research, 95% of the people who drink, '

drink sensibly. 5% do so unwisely, at times.
understand him or help him. But, during the
and Included in that 5% is the small percentage
past few years, medical research study
; \ of the sick people I'm talking about.
Excellent ,Prescription Service \ has developed that alcoholics are really sick

people. that there is usually a deep- GEORGE: "That certainly gives me a -
:. ., rooted physical, social or emotional reason clearer picture. It's the most sensible approach -

\ : 7 A.M.11P.M.I behind their behavior. That's why today so I've ever heard on the subject." c,

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J PHONE 20 "

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