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: June 1, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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April 18, 1944 To Fuller; See MarchOf


t BY REV. HANCOCK Receipts: Cash-on hand April Milk CLEWISTON AREA Robert Fuller of the Linde Air EXERCISES LAST NIlE

18, 1944, $721.21; County Products, in speaking to the Kiwanis -
Fund, $533.40; School Milk Fund,
Club this week, told of the uses
Rev. D. C. Hancock, pastor of the $251.24; Dues:, $38.30; Miscellaneous -I The 1945 census, recently com- The members of 'the Senior Classof
14.00 Carnival $1- of liquid oxygen converted to gas
Donations, ,
Clewiston Community Church, 1945 their
pleted by Mrs. L. Stewart, received diplomas last
preached the baccalaureate sermon 123.87; Fd Day, $7.75Opera Pro-I enumerator. for Hendry County, II form in eradicating defects .in stain- night at commencement exercises

for the graduating class of 1945 ceeds, $69.07. Total, $2,758.84. shows a total of 3,355 residents of less steel and other steel billets. A held in the ,high school 'auditorium

. I :Sunday evening at Sugarlaud Park Disbursements: Altar Milk, $1- the Clewiston area, white an.d. col I good part of steel used in ship and' three ,boys, now in service, received -

' :.. Auditorium, a most inspirationaltalk 465.29; Ice, $29.15'' ; Room Count, I ored. The total for the' county Is building and by the armed forces, their diplomas through mem-
'! : on the subject, "Keep Thy $11.00; School Furnishings, $210.50; 5039. bers of their families attending the
I 'r :"Heart." Athletic, $200:00: ; Red Cross, $10; I Mr. Fuller went on to say, has been exercises

, Mrs. M. R. Stroud was pianist and State Dues, $21.60; Convention Expenses Mrs. Stewart points out that rid of defects through the use of
Founders I there are many more people now residing -i Flight Lieutenant Gordon W.
after a prelude played as the processional $32.75; Day, i form of the liquid '
gas oxygen.
Wills of,,
in the county, but they canI I the Royal Air Force at
) F'', Largo, by Handel as the $8.35; Carnival Expenses, $119.84; '
Following dinner and the talk by
Miscellaneous Expenses $18.02. I not, be enumerated unless they have Riddle Field made the commencement -
graduates filed in and were seated. Total Disbursements, $2,126.60. Bal- lived in the county for six monthsor Mr. Fuller: the meeting adjournedand 'address'on the subject, "TheTask'
The invocation was given by Rev.
F, the entire attended the Ahead "
and have their group
longer a most interestingtalk
ance on hand April 30, 1945, $632.24.MRS. .
"H. C. Meador pastor of the First .
here. showing of the March of Time at the in which he stressed the valueof
baptist Church. The Doxology was
Treasurer P.-T. A. Mrs. Stewart was assisted in the local theatre.BRIG.GEN.. the good neighbor policy among
the the '
congregation and
sung by enumeration by Mrs. Wade Ramp I ..the peoples of all nation in a world
scripture reading was given by Rev. ton of LaBelle, Mrs.H.,. G. Atchleyof which modern transportation is rapidly -
': "H. R. Bagwell pastor of the As- Felda and Mrs. Earl Murray of I. decreasing in size.

sembly of God church. A special HISTORY OF LOCAL Fort Denaud. MORSE IS II The
anthem by: the Community: Church speaker told of his travels in
the The count was made by election I I twelve different countries and was
choir was given just preceding ,
sermon. BAPTIST CHURCH' precincts and does not give an entirely NEW\ COMMANDER OF able to discuss his subject from a

Rev. Hancock began his sermon t accurate picture of community much wider point of view than is

d ./ by pointing out that it is the inward, i population. In Clewiston proper, permitted most speaker He said

spiritual qualities of life that really SINCE 1938 STARTOn Precinct No.1, the count was 1900 28TH FLYING WINGCRAIG that he always hoped to find in every

matter most and that courage 'is white and 867 colored for a total of new country visited new ideas to

needed to live in these days and also 2767' and in Precinct No.6, Hook- take back to his country and said

wisdom to interpret the events of April 21 1938, under the di- er's Point, 450 white and 138 colored FIELD. Selma, Ala. that he hoped American boys in Eng.
were listed to make' the total of Brigadier General Winslow C. Morse land would be able to bring back
the times and wisdom to learn the
the State Mission Boardof
rection of '
lessons that life and history are 3355'for the Clewiston area. 1 arrived this week to take commandof I ideas from his country.: This exchange -

,:' teaching.He the; Florida Baptist Convention Precinct No.3, LaBelle, counted the 28th Flying Training Wing of ideas is not only broaden-

:. said that the world had been ,I Rev. W. L. Head came to Clewiston 768 white and 118 colored while I based at Craig Field. He has been I ing to every nation, he said, but will

prone to look for salvation in every land I I erected his tent .on the lot east Precinct No. 2 in the county seat in the army since 1928 when he entered contribute to more friendly; rela-
cadet flying training at March '
; realm but the spiritual realm. of the City Hall. On the following showed 443 white and 118'colored, I' tions between all nations."
Field, California.
; ,- Neither the passage of time, education Monday night, April 25, revival serv-. a total in LaBelle area' of 1211 He mentioned the importance of
science and invention, or politics whites and 256 colored or a grand After serving at several stations the San Francisco conference and

i.' had been able to save us from ices were started and continued total of 1367 residents; I in the continential United States, I expressed his belief tha many wars

the catastrophe of war or to make through the following three weeks. The count in Felda, precinct No. General Morse went to the China- could be eliminated if the representatives -

. 'us better in any way for they failed During this time Rev. and Mrs. Head 5, was 184 whites and 8 colored; ,in I Burma-India theatre in September, of the nations would meet

t.- to: deal with the most important labored ,faithfully, at times under Fort Denaud, precinct No.4, 162 / 1943, and remained on command J I thus to discus!" their problems and

k : aspects of life the spiritual aspects. very discouraging conditions, untilon whites and 1 colored. 'duty there until April, 1945, except .I seek a satisfactory solution. He

::" ',' The speaker also pointed out that the night of May 19, the climax I for a two-month period when he wash I expressed the belief, also, that when

" '--:. 'democracy is spiritually minded :and of the revival came in the organization on detached service in the Euro individuals began to settle differ-
''':':' that one cannot be truly patriotic of the First Baptist Church of { pean theatre, of operations. He ences between themselves_ ,that crises

J :,',,." .. (Continued from Page 5)) Clewiston. A capacity crowd filled LARGE CROWD AT wears the coveted Air Medal: the cpuld be avoided.

j 'a.: : the tent and many men, prominentin Distinguished Flying Cross and a The stage of the auditorium was

Baptist work,. were present. Chinese decoration. decorated in the class colors of red
I:>: Community Sing To Dr. C-> M. Brittain, then secretaryof SENIOR CLASS ME' I I General Morse is 'a 'native of Michigan ; and' white witi'masss' of flame vine

pJ. Be Held June 8th. missions for*,JJ)' Fjorjda Baptist and is the son of Mr. and Mrs: I used as"the main floral decoration.

i ;-'; # Convention, 'acted."as Moderator"'anda PROGRAM
,, council<: was formed by. 15 preachers -' niaJle: ; was graduated from theUniferstty Mrs. M. R. Stroud, Traumerei by
A community sing will be held at
I and 8 deacons from Miami and :. of Redlands at Redlands, Schumann, she played as the processional
the Recreation. Hall in Sugarland
i neighboring cities. This quotation California, where he"received' an Grand Procession A Avignon i
1 Park Friday, June 8, from 8:30 unexpected-ly. large 'crowd'fil1 I
; on
f from the minutes of the first meeting A. B. degree in 1927. While at the I( by: Cook as the graduates and par-
ed the high school auditorium to
!} to 10:00 p. m. Everyone in the
', "By unanimous vote of the university he played football and ticipants in the program came forward -
: :; 'community is invited and it is overflowing Tuesday night for the '
I recommended that baseball. to be seated the
Presbytery we on stage.
: stressed that the participants need I Classs Night exercises for the grad- -
I residents of Clewiston, formerly The General Mrs Morse and their American' flags in front of three .vacant
uating class of Clewiston
' High Schoolfor
not have musical educations to enjoy -
f::;,. .; members of other Baptist, churches, 1945. daughter, Sally Ann, are staying at chairs marked; the places of the.
) the evening.The .'
: whose names appear on the roll the Hotel Albert until"suitable residence class. members in service.
11'I program will include patriotic L. The entire program presented by Selma' Rev. D.. C. Hancock invocation
presented by Dr. W. Head of those may be obtained in gave the -
!f&' :songs and both secular and sacred who wish to form a Baptist churchin the seniors was' in the form of avery I The AAF activities at Riddle Mc- and Miss Margaret Williams

:" 'songs, all of them old familiar ones, this community be reorganizedas I. clever skit arranged by Mrs. C. Kay Aero College here are super- class salutatorian. gave her

i';: '. ,such as "Let :Me Call You Sweetheart the nuclus of this First Baptist E. 'Bjornson 'with a, great number of vised by the 28th Flying Training address of welcome to the parents,
1 ,: ," "Carry .Me Back To Old Vir- students from the ''lower grades as-
Church of Clewiston. There were (Continued on Page 4) teachers and classmates.
..7'.. ginny," "Old Rugged Cross," "Long forty-one names read and declared sisting. Following F-L Wills' address the

Long Trail," "Marine Hymn," and"MacDonald's themselves ready to form this organi- Louise Prewitt was the crystal Garden Club Has valedictory address was given by
z; Farm." Requests gazer and Edith Long was her visitor -
zation. The church doors were then Bruce Beardsley on the theme, May,
from the singers for favorite- num- opened.and.36, presented themselvesfor l seeking knowledge of the 1945 Last Meeting of 'Year I 1945. In this talk Bruce mentioned -

bers will be appreciated. baptism, and 23 'more, making a' seniors., ', Margaret, Williams.. appeared |-r ; many of the important dates of

As an added attraction, specialties total of 100 members on the. or first as a housewife and the New Officers InstalledThe history which have fallen ,in May

have. been planned during the even- ganization night. high schoof chorus sang ,a. romantic with a few remarks relative to each,

ing, among which 'are numbers by The first' baptismal service was melody; Richard Pape and Horace Clewiston Garden Club met I working up to May of this year

the Pahokee quartet, the Palm held Sunday afternoon,. ,May 22, Brown, being in Naval training, were I Thursday afternoon Community which has seen victory in Europe
t Beach County Four, and the represented as being on KP, duty + and
Hendry when about twenty followed their I Center, with a'covered dish lunch-II almost as important. the
County quartet, as well as some Lord in baptism. and unable to, attend the 'exercises. I graduates, the end of their high
eon and the final meeting until next
string instrument novelty numbers.T. On Sunday, May 29, 1938, under For them the chorus sang, "Bell September. Newly installed of-,!I school career.

L. Driggers will lead the sing- the direction of Mr. O. K. Radford, .' Bottom Trousers"; Parmelia Bournewas ficers are President, Mrs. C. M. Pir- I (Continued on Page 8)T
: ing and Mrs. Christine H. Doty will Associate Union seen as a doctor who had just I _
+ Training and Sun- funeral'II kle; VicePresidentIrs.. J. E.
k accompany. I performed an' operation. A
day School Secretary for the State Beardsley; Secretary, re-elected, Mrs.R. New AppointmentsAt
Everyone in and around Clewiston Mission Board, our Sunday School II dirge was chanted indicating that the! C. Nowling, and Treasurer, Mrs.E. .

is welcome. No admission is to be was organized with 80 enrolled, and operation had not been a successs; j, E. Kelly. Clewiston' Inn
charged. Betty Jean Sullivan! was a telephone
Mr. B. E. Herring being elected as The Committee Chairman for Hor-
operator and her acting of the part
superintendent. Also the training ticulture, :Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw; for
in the skit indicates that she will bea Royal M. Coats, manager of the
Riddle Team. Wins union was organized with 36 en- Conservation, Mrs. Joseph Robbins;
this week
Clewiston Inn
rolled, and Mr. V. C.' Woodward as success; Sherwood Hall, being in Civic Chairman Mrs. E. L. ;
:- First Half Of director. the Air Corps was represented by Stewart"I I the appointment of three new employees
. Publicity, Mrs. F. Deane ; to the Inn's staff. Coming
"I Stanley Wright and a spotlight
-, The church continued to hold nance, Mrs. F. E. Conkling; Libr- from"the Admiral Semmes, in Mobile,
Softball in the
Tourney shone on him uniform as
services in the tent, I
through the
ary, Mrs. W. L. Lott; Flowers, Mrs. chef is
Alabama Louis
chorus saner the Air Coins song. as ,
kindness of Rev. Head until,
I N. V. S. Mumford and Parliamentarian -
-- ;
I Doris Poole appeared the old I II a welcome addition. Mr. Phillips Is
/: Riddle Field's diamond ball team August ;28, of the same year, Mrs. W. L. Lott.
who lived' in 'shoe and in a native of Columbus, Georgia,
woman. a,
(: won first half play-off ,(Continued on Page 4)
the of the I The out-going officers are Mrs.
where managed own
: this'sk"it twenty-five second graders he formerly
diamond ball tournament, two games I R. M. Bishop and 11rs.V.. C. Owen. received his
of business.
came out and bowed at the edge of
out of three from the Prisoner of American Legion Plans the stage during a song by the I Following the installation of the cook and bakers course in the Unit
War Detachment of Liberty Point. officers committee chair-
new the
chorus; Betty Jean Townsend was a. ed States Army from which he was
; e The Prisoner of War Detachment For Service OfficersFour barker in a circus and was assistedin men gave the annual reports of their discharged in 1939. He has just
i'; took the first game by a score of 8 committees.The .
the skit by Bub Mills as a clown; recently married and his attractive
to 5. Riddle bounced back, behind hostesses for the afternoonwere
3 Clewiston representatives of June Dunaway was a nursemaid in wife plans to join the hotel staff
the two-hit pitching of Greenbergerin I Mesdames H. A.V.. Hedke,
the local American Legion post, the park and Ben Bolton was her {
the second game to win 2 to 1 Leah Spicer W. D. Wylie, J.K.. soon.Mrs.
Frank Conkling, Bob Goedhart, policeman lover; Marilyn Davis gave Mildred Morse arrived in
;; .; and in the third game it was a walk- Rogers, J. W. Ezelle, F. Deane Duff
James Couse and J. K. Rogers, met a good imitation of Carmen Miranda Clewiston May 10th from Cheyenne, ,
," away for the Riddle team, the score and E. L. Stewart.
being 13 to 2. in LaBelle with Legion members and was joined in a clever dance by II Wyoming, to take charge of the
there, Roscoe Miller, B. Waldron, Joyce Turner and Carol Alston; Inn's storeroom. She is formerlyof :
Rip Collins and Jack Waters were Win. T. Hull and J. D. McCloud.The Betty McDuffie, the beauty of the I A. A. Munroe Dies I Miami and Birmingham, Ala-

the hitting stars of the series. I object of the meeting was to class, had become a famous model; I bama. Mrs. Morse says she made

Following this series an all-star I discuss and make plans for obtain- Bruce Beardsley was a farmer and In Madison Sunday many friends out west, but the hos-

team challenged the winner to a ing a County Service Officer. State to evidence "the fact a calf, chickensand pitality of the south cannot be ex-

three game series, two games of 'I[, legislature passed on $150,000 to ducks were brought onto the A. A. Munroe died at his home in celled. Mr. Morse is in service in

which have already been played. The take care of state needs and passeda stage; Lillian Barker appeared as a Madison, Florida, on Sunday morn- New Guinea, and upon his return

Riddle team won the first game 3 bill allowing the counties to assess band leader and was assisted by the ing, May 27, after an extended ill- they hope to carry out their plan to
to 1' and the All-Stars took the second up to and including one-half a mill first grade rythm band. ness. The funeral services were held make Florida their permanent home.W. E

: 11 to 9. The deciding game is to be added to the tax roll. An effort Principal M. R. Stroud presented in Nashville, Tenn., on Wednesdayof : M. Hipp, new night auditor, is

to be played this, afternoon. is being made to provide mea- certificates of perfect attendance to this week. a graduate of Newberry College,

The all-star team is composed of sures to take care of returning war I Bobby Gene Swindle of the second The late Mr. Munroe; during his Newberry, South Carolina, his home

J Peters and Dean catchers, Thomas, veterans.Up grade, Janet Casper of the second- several years' residence in Clewis- town. Mr. Hipp was principal and
Harben and Hare, pitchers, McLen- to the present time, the service third Gene the White Plains '
grade; Bailey, Billy ton, will be remembered as managerof superintendent of
r don Woods, Bass, Owens and Thie- officers duties have fallen upon J. Moore, Bobby Roland and J. V. Tan- the Western Union office. High School for nine years. He I

len infielders; McLeod, Beardsley, E. Beardsley who has given liberal- ner of the third grade; Roy Ed- Mr. Munroe is survived by his comes here from the New Albany

I r 'I outfielders Wcetberry,. Mueller and Fountain, I j ly of his time and effort in this mat wards ,and Mary Ann Einrlck of the wife and a daughter, Mrs', Campbell Hotel, Albany, Georgia, via a brief

ter. (Continued on Page 8) Nail, of this city. J visit in 1Iiami.Tf .

... I


Callie Curry Hendrickson in the TION OF HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA -: by the issuance of the bonds herein-
CLE'VIS''OXCODIUNITY\ day evening, 7:30 p. m. cult ,Court of Hendry clr-I FOR AND ON BEHALF OF: after mentioned, or to be in any way .
CHURCH Interest in the study of the Book at LaBelle, and you county SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT: affected thereby are hereby requiredto
appear in said suit on ,July 2, 1945 NO, 7 OF HENDRY COUNTY : appear before the Circuit Court of
David C. Hancock, Minister of Corinthians is steadly increas- the Bill will be taken as confessed. Pet lionel', Hendry County Florida at the Court
__ i ing and more are taking advantage of (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL. Vs. House in La Belle Florida, on the 18th
We'- have Clerk Circuit Court, THE STATE OF FLORIDA and others, day of June 1915, at 11 o'clock. A.AL, ,
r Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. this interesting study. Hendry County Florida Defendants. : and show cause why the prayers cf .
Classesfor great times on Wednesday evenings. II. A. RIDER, IN CHANCERY NO. the petition filed in the above entitled
?E. Gericke, superintendent. 'fellowship and Attorney for Plaintiff ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE proceeding should not be granted and
all Good singing, good I I LaBelle, Fla. I TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA THE the bonds therein described and the
ages.Morning 11:00 a. m. A ; worthwhile study of the book. Remember June 1, 8, 15, 22. 194$., SEVERAL PROPERTY OWNERS,' proceedings authorizing the Issuance
Worship !
TAXPAYERS, CITIZENS AND thereof validated and said
children is con- the time, 8:00 p. m. Come. -- I CLAIMING OTII\\ bonds confirmed
riursery for small .r..r-M. ERS HAVING OR consisting of $450,000 School
Mothers' Club at the with us next week I f RIGHT, TITLE OR Bonds of Special Tax School District
'ducted by the "We must not wait for, nor ex- LEGAL NOTICE 1 PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED BYI No. 7 of Hendry County, Florida dated
C Community Center. I THE ISSUANCE BY THE BOARD April 1, 1945. maturing: serially on ...
""Christian Prudence" is the theme pect 'hunches' in order to act, for[TO PRIV. OLAN EARNEST FUSSELL, OF PUBLIC INSTHUCTION'OF I I April 1 of each of the years 1946 to ,
they have not been promised us." A. S. N. 34971774 A. p 0.' 11538, HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA, OF 1965 inclusive bearing interest payable -
Vat toe minister's sermon. c-o POSTMASTER SAN FRAN- seml-annually, at such rate na
Westminster Fellowship, 6:00 p. --- CISCO, CALIFORNIA: BONDS IN BEHALF OF SPECIAL I I shall be determined upon the sale
EPISCOPALCHURCH You are hereby notified that Bill for TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT NO.7 OF thereof, a more particular descriptionof
In., at the church., ST. MARTIN'S I Divorce has been filed against you by SAID COUNTY. 'HEREINAFTER I I said bonds being contained in the .
You are cordially invited to .worship Mary Janet Fussell in the Circuit MORE PRTICULARLY DESCRIBED petition. filed in this proceeding.
Court of Hendry County Florida at OR TO BE AFFECTED IN ANYWAY I I DONE AND ORDERED AT Fort
with us. :Sunday at 8:30 LaBelle, and you are required to appear -I I THEREBY: Myers, Florida, this 12th day of May -
Services every in said suit on July 2, 1945, or The State of1 Florida through the 1945. .
a. m., at Clewiston Community the Bill, will be taken as confessed. 'State Attorney of the Twelfth Judi-\ GEO. \V. WHITEHURST,
;FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL 1 cial Circuit of Florida m and for Hen? Circuit Judge.(
I'astorHE Church.THE Clerk Circuit Court, dry County, and, the several property May 18, 25, June '1, 1945. 1\
H. O. Mcador, I REV. S. D. MASON I Hendry County, Florida. i owners, taxpayers, citizens and oth-
Priest in Charge II. A. RIDER, or Interest in property to be affected
SINGING CHURCH" Attorney for Plaintiff ers having or claiming any ,right, titlewhen 1 1
LaBelle, Fla. I
Sunday School-9:45 a. m. I ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH June 1. 8, 15, 22, 1945._ --.--- .,
Iorning Worship-11:00 a. m. J JF. Deane Duff
Training Union-6:45 p'. m. I Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor I

Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. Mass: Clewiston 9:00 a. m. I IN THE IN; CHANCERY CIRCUIT COURT f REGISTERED REAL ESTATE. I

Prayer Service Wed., 8:00 p. m. .r Pahokee 11:00 a. m. TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT BROKER ..

We extend to each and everyone' I 1I I IIENURY FLORIDA COUNTY I ,Glade, Hendry and Palm Beach '

3 very cordial invitation to worship I City of Clewiston and County. Lands for More Than .
with Our services I ADVERTISEMENT: FOR IUDS The Commissioners S3 Years ... -
regularly: us. City I, ,, ik
blessing FOR CONSTRUCTION OF I of said City, PETITIONERS, I -;:
to bring a
to you'r heart. Our fellowships i CLEWIVrOX, ,FLORIDA \ I The State of Florida, I -f'., I I.J
The Taxpayers, Property Owners I .i t
1 of the best. You will enjoy simgSng I
I and/or bids will be I and Citizens of City of Clewiston, .r.--
with us. Make this next Sunday received Scaled proposals by the Board of Public Instruction and Non-residents owning propertyin I
with Florida, at said City, or subject to taxation GULF
a day of worship us. Hendry County .LIFE INSURANCE CO. '
therein DEFENDANTS. ....
Board In the Court '
of the the office of the 1\ '
The executive committee TO State of Florida < ;
House building at LaBene, Florida, NOTICE : The I ,
W. M. S. will meet next Tuesday until 1:30 o'clock P. :M., Eastern WarTime through State Attorney for the \ G. Nottingham, Agent .... .
in and for
and Twelfth Judicial Circuit
which time
officers 195, at
All 15
3:30 m. June
afternoon at p.
The several I
place all bid received will be publicly Hendry County, Florida. Box 6527Clewiston
arc requested to be present.The opened and read aloud, for' the Property Owner, Taxpayers, Citizensand I "..
auxllaries of the W. M. S. '. construction of a school building to others having or claiming any I I .- Florida
at Clewiston, Hendry County right, title or interest in property to I
gill meet us follows: G. A.'s at the be, erected Florida, including plumbing and be affected by the Issuance of the fS lilt

'Church 'Wednesday afternoon, 3:30 electrical work more fully describedin I I Revenue Refunding Bonds hereinafter of the ,mac \ .,,,.....rw.wr..n.w- '- -
Clewisten, Florida
of ,
and specifications prepared -
$. m.; R. A.'s at the church Thurs- the by plans Bert D. Keck, Architect, 'I, ferred to, or to be affected in any re-I
I Stuart Florida for the Board of Pub- thereby.On ,.1Hwt IfIUlld 4nftE9poJ"
.. Instruction. Hendry County, Florida this the 16th day of May 1945, I
lic Johnson's Fish
for project Fin 8-345 N.F.All I there was presented to me the Petition bkhoI Camp r
applications for plans and specifications filed in the above styled cause alleg- ""
shall be accompanied by a ing that Petitioners have authorized | (Near Hurricane 'Gate) (
check of deposit payable to Bert D. the issuance of bonds described as \ Clewiston, Ffa. .
r the of $25.00 lows: .. fOl-\\
Architect in sum
your Boats and Motors-Guide Service
as a guarantee for the return of the I City of Clewiston Revenue -
Clewiston plans and documents. After a bid has funding Bonds ,Series 1945, dated Rates' ReasonableW. I
been submitted, this deposit will be I January 1, 1945 in the amount of I savings work here..helping ...
H. Johnson, Mgr.
refunded upon return of said plans, $166,000.00, maturing serially on I _
E f. and documents in good condition I January 1 of each of the years 1946 familiesown
within two days after receipt of bids. I to 1964, both inclusive and bear- I. local, responsible,

f.i i In case' a'hid is not submitted the Ing interest at the rates shown in ........ ....... ...... .... .. .........
will be refunded the exhibit to said Petition homes. Ask : : : : :-:-: : : :-:-: : : :-:-: : :-: :-: : : : :
i: amount of the deposit their own
I !
less $15.00 upon the return of the The Petitioners pray for validation FOR ..
holl Course plans and specifications in good condition of the Revenue Refunding Bonds and: I .t.
1 all proceedings relating thereto in- for complete information :t:
There will be one office copy of saidplans eluding the pledge and appropriationof TAXICABSDAY _;
and specifications on file in the' revenues from the combined Electric :*:
I office of the Board of Public Instruc-J and Water System of said City to AND NIfE SERVICE
tion, and one in the office of the I pay and to secure payment 'of said
Architect Krueger Elder., Stuart. Flor I bonds and the interest thereon, the PHONE 18FLOWERS
I Ida, and one In the office at 229 Sun- covenants of the City relating thereto

!1 rise Ave., Palm Beach- Florida where I and for other adjudications relating to .:-:-:-:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:'
plans may be viewed by prospective said bonds and proceedings. Reference
I' bidders but "such plans shall not bet is hereby made to the Petition for the Clewiston Federal I
... \ k 'ii''out. full statement of the allegations and
I Plans for bidding shall be arrangedfor the prayer it
by notifying the Architect or the The State of Florida and the othersto ,
FAIRWAYS Superintendent of,Public Instruction.Each whom this notice is addressed are I Savings and LoanAssociation
I bid shall be accompanied by a required to appear before this Courtin i Cut flowers for delivery here or
r certified check. Cashier's check, or the Courtroom hereof in Fort :\ )'- for delivery anywhere in U. S.
EXCELLENT bid borid. equal to. 5 percent of the ers Florida, on the 18th day of June, 1
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Public Instruction, Hendry County and place the hearing in this cause :- .1
Florida; conditioned that the bidder shall be held 'and show cause why I :; f : y- aliltS.J.. }(.;;-FOUNTAIN -
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accordance with his bid, if accepted be granted, and the proceedings ani I
and give a full performance' bond in bonds validated and confirmed as I -.
amount of 100 percent of bid' or proposal therein prayed. J \
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any or all bids and to waive all informalities In the event the Decree to be entered .. .. .. ,,',' .''. 'iI
GOOD or Irregularities, if to. their in this cause grants the prayers : Assembly of God
advantage to do so. of said Petition such Decree shall be :;: <:.: :;:
( forever conclusive as to all matters .rI : ,.. ,
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adjudicated, against the Petitioner and
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ChairmanBy those to whom this r.tice i is addressed : '::: ..:
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I Gems of Thought ; IAROUND Items of Interest
me CHEBffl/L/ CHERUB! .
I !' PROTRACT the career ;' to the Housewife

I love the. summertime WE of time by employment, Nub.rd the HOUSE : E ;

I mvck-- I we lengthen the duration of our t;. "**>: -. : .
I lives by wise thoughts and use-
Outdoors,) where.. I ful actions. Life to him who ; A small dish mop sprinkled with Cocoa may be substituted for

like to be.Reclining wishes not to have lived in vain furniture polish 'does a good job chocolate in cake recipes if a

on the. ; is thought and action.-Zim- of cleaning stairway railings; small piece of butter is added to
Dew San Francisco .
merman. From a Fog: the cocoa.

' .Jthovghi Walter Duranty, former N. Y. The blackening'on the brickwork -.-

i;. The ants do sort orbother Religion is but the the best worst armor cloak.in "Times correspondent in Moscow and ,around the fireplace? can be removed A housemaid's basket in whichto

the world, table the.other with scouring powder keep all
me-. Fuller.It elsewhere, joined our any necessary cloths, small
1\ ft eC"N -Thomas goon to talk shop. We were depressed with only enough water to form a brushes and cleaning agents need-

, ... has been my experience that we told Mr. Duranty, over thin paste; then rinsing. ed to do the m rning's work saves
uho hare vices have't.'err .
folks no our sour luck. steps.

few t.'irtuc.LlNCOT.lN. Before a Molotov story broke on Leftover fish can be made intoa -.-

Its All things come to him who all the front pages we had written dozen good dishes, so it is more, Just before you start painting

waits, provided he knows what and filed the story exclusive 36 hours economical to buy a good sized apply cold cream or vaseline to

f A i it he is waiting for.-Woodrow earlier. whole fish and to make it last for your hands. The paint that getson
I Ik '
Wilson. "Nobody we added, "seems :to two days, rather than to buy a your hands can then easily be
small fish that is washed
just enough. off.
WNU Features.CLASSIFIED. know anything about it, although ,

Ivan Paul of the San Francisco Examiner -

;> \ Smithsonian Credited First (who motored us to tho !Tie Your Curtains in the Center

place) was witness to the fact." ; ,
Plane Flight Incorrectly ."Oh,. well," said the veteran cor-
With Rods
> DEPARTMENT respondent, "you can't get them Anchor Top and Bottom ,

; Ih 1903;the Wright brothers flew all, you know." "

the .first man-carrying airplane "You don't seem to understand," By Ruth Wyeth Spears

> MISCELLANEOUS nine days after one, made by Doc- we groaned. "There's excitement in ,
allowed to permit the sides to pull in In a
r. Last word -in ashtrays. Save time, labor. tor Samuel Langley hadproved a I' getting a'scoop now and then. Don't EACH good line. The extra length In the centeris
.jt"i'r- ) J --Use "Marine Ashtrays." Retains original, ailure.! The doctor was piqued you try tot scoops?" cuaTAlnwICG taken up as shown lathe sketch at the
:' high polish. Cleans with damp cloth.Orderl AS left.
that he had his machine placedon WIDE ASY11DTH
+,, your "Marine-Ashtray" 50c postpaid "No," said Duranty. "I'm in the 0 ,
any address Send money order to P. MY exhibition in the Smithsonian the NINDOW S e e
Newfoundland. erudite part.of profession.
' '.__ AL-G-NDER. Aguathuna Institution, where he had been an NOTE-This curtain Idea Is from the
: I BUY AND SELL USED UEARING AIDS.' it a 1 32-page booklet, Make Your Own Curtains
and called
official for 2 yl
Agent for Braces. New Aid for Men. years Things I Never Knew Till Now: which shows you step-by-step all the ,Ins
Trusses etc. Correspondence confidential; the first plane to fly with human After the First World War, Harry and outs of.making and hanging curtains
I Rev. Wickham, Box. 192, Mishawaka, Ind' -
cargo, says Collier's. Eleven Truman owned,a haberdashery shop and draperies. Every room Is illustrated
: FIFTY TAMPA CIGARS, 18c seller, S6:98' years later, Glenn Curtiss was kitchen to attic; formal and Informal.To .
which failed. He to dodgehis
; box prepaid. Guaranteed quality. SendI get a copy of Make Your Own Cur. ,
money order. CALIIOUN CIGAR DISTRIBUTOR asked td prove that it was capableof debts by resorting to bankruptcy. tains, send 15 cents with pame and ad.
Box 427, No. Charleston. S. C. flight, and he flew it, but only Truman spent the next 14 years MEASURE LENGTH ALIOW N dress direct to:
I SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC. after making-35 improvements, in- paying off $20,000 worth of haber- THEN ADO 3''.APPLY Ia"FRRl.STO
cluding a better engine.It debts. y. BOTTOM-PUN RODS THROUGH
Sweet Potato Plants, Nancy Hall or 1 AND HAN -DAAW IN CENTER
:' v? .Rican that will produce those delicious was not until 1942 that the / mil SIDES ARE TOUT TAKING UP Bedford Hills New York
golden yams! Prompt fresh shipments, pre- 1111 CENTER SLACS wITFIATUCs AS SHOWNNO Drawer 10
I' .; anteedUODuke'Plant $3. Safe arrival guar' Smithsonian finally admitted in an There is a lot of talk about what
Co., Dresden, Tenn. Enclose 15 cents for booklet
't'- official that the Wrightshad
: ': ., we ought to do to Germany (and MATTER how much the "Make Your Own Curtains."

( built the first machine and Japan) for mass-murdering prisoners summer breezes blow, these Name ,

apologized for the attitude it had I and labor slaves. This; pillar curtains will stay put. They are an- I

Buy War BonJiJr maintained for almost 40 years. I suggests! that we let, the "things"whip chored with rods top and bottom Address

> themselves with memories of and tied in the middle with rib-

their bestiality-with us just prod- I. bon that may match a valance' '

: :lJ J ep 5lem ding the memory. There are evidences used at the top of the windowsor Standard Gauge Tracks '

r .: 0I'll of German savagery all that may repeat the color of accessories -

over Europe, so let's preserve themas in the room. This is Although American ,railroads '

monuments. Let future German also a way to add interest to the. operated on 23 different gauges, or
> Relieves smarting torment and OOlglDr them and find out curtains for french doors.
I 1 20 0 generations see track widths, as late as 1871, they
:, covers with protecting coat. Prrsl what kind of blood they are born The curtains shown here are frilled at had all adopted the world's standard '

Generous supply costs little. with. If they can grow up among the sides, and the headings top and gauge by 1886, thus making "
f { reminders of what it costs to be a bottom are the same width as the frills. the United
( Curtains with plain edges 'also give a States the first country -
4 ESASOOTHING monster, maybe they'll work a little good effect when tied in this manner. in which a carload 'of freight

DOUBLE-SIZE PRINTS! harder to get back into the human About three inches extra length must be could reach any point without hay '

MEDICATED POWDER race. to be unloaded and reloadeden
8eip.roll developed,printed,2Scj ing .
16 exp, tic; reprints 3c each. 85 route. oJ
MM enlarged prints 6c.' Ono-day Score ?
i' t sorrlco. Send negative for free Hitler's name must be perpetuated Settle
URINE sample. Mallway Photoftntshers.Box ..
118-B, EvancvllU, lad.Wrn1StJoseh. among the Germans. Every platz ,," '

': from famous and strasse and highway named for Scene: A military hospital. Visi- H EAR'TB.U RN
Benefit wonderfully
him should continue to 'wear the tor had been talking to a badly
, :- doctor's discovery that relieves wounded Irish soldier. Afterwardshe Relieved In 5 minutes or double money back
Adolf Hitler tag. Why shouldn't N
r. .. ( When CXCCM stomach add ckiwoi\ painful,aaffoeat-
; : backache, ruri.d 'feeling due name offend German noses the wayit asked an orderly: "When are /lag gas four stomach and heartburn doctors usuallyprescribe

'f'. to excess acidity in the urine ASPIRIN has the noses of other people? 'they sending that man home?" s ptomaderellefmedlcinosllkethoseInSellseaTablets. the faateat-acting medlclees known for
WORLD LARGEST SELLER AT IQt No laxative. Bell-an bring comfort In a
"He ain't home said
,After all, they nourished him, so going the Jiffy or double your money back on return of bottle
,: relief People from everywhere painful symptoms are finding of amazing bladder they'can be stuck with him. His orderly. "He's going }Hack to the to of. 2Se at all druggists.

, <- irritation caused by excess acidity in theI' puss must also be kept publicallover front."

,,,''. urine. DR. KILMER'S SWAMP discomfort'ROOT the billboards, the school books "But he can't. He'll never befit
acts fast on the kidneys to ease
::,',- by promoting the flow of urine. This pure STRAINS, SORENESSA and calendars. He must always be .. Anybody can see he's far too HAIR

I' ','-, where herbal bladder medicine irritation is especially-tuo to welcome excessacidity S rr referred to as Der Fuehrer,' and we badly hurt." MOAOEINE TONIC

: :. J is responsible for "getting up at can drop around a couple of decades : "Maybe. But he thinks he'knows .
nights". A carefully blended combination from now' and ask them what they who done it." tARGB BOTTLE-25*
: of 16 herbs, roots, vegetables, balsam; Dr. favorite household antiseptic dressIng
'; Kilmer's contains nothing harsh, is 06olattly think of the founder of the master
'I." .. I-: non-habit forming. Just good ingredients and liniment for 98 yearsHanfocd'sBALSAM
OF MYRRH 1 It contains race. I
.. ; : that many people say a
marvelous clteCo /. soothing gums to relieve the soreness and
Send for free prepaid sample TODAY ache of over-used and strained muscles.
I;. Like thousands of others you'll be glad Takes the sting and itch out of burns And that master race' should be a
,J- that you did. Send name and address to scalds, insect bites, oak and ivy poisoning must, too. They must never refer:
.11"; A, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box:
: Department 1255 Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Send wind and sun burn, chafing and. to themselves as anything else. If This package contains a combination of minerals produced'
chapped skin. Its antiseptic action lessens and compounded by Nature alone, with no artificial Ingredients
at once. All druggists sell Swamp Root. fail the will be solo
they penalty a .
k i the danger of infection whenever the nor man-made drugs. When you mix it with your
akin is cut or broken. rendition of the Horst Wessel song, drinking water according to directions and drink CrUJ'I
Keep a bottle handy for the minor a verse and a chorus. The only ex- Water day after' day, you join millions who have attacked
t, FOR QUICK RELIEF casualties of kitchen and nursery. At the cause,of their troubles. Gently but surely Crazy Water
your druggist-trial size bottle 3Sti cuse for not uttering master race will stimulates three main cleansing channels kidney; faa
: : :household size 65t; economy size $1.25. be a doctor's certificate swearingthe + and intestinal elimination. Crazy Water brings positive
benefits in
faulty elimination, the cause and aggravating
<. 0. C. HANFORD MFG. CO. Syracuse. N.Y. holder got the phrase stuck in factor of rheumatic pains digestive orders constipation
f;'. A Soothing S A LV E Sole makers of his throat. He'll just have to write excess acidity, etc.: Get a package of Crazy Water Crystals
-: ANTISEPTIC at your drug store today.
"Heil, Hitler" .a hundred times.
t(;: Used by thousands with satisfactory fe" _, ._ _ ._L __
:,' suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredicnts. -"*
", __ Get Carboil at drug stores or writQf' p. Germany's big day of the future ;( jJt1.1 (
Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn. i I Jo "liP1c 1foet,
will be called and will be
Tag _n .. 1.1 ., 'j ___ ,"" "'... .\_ I
J" observed annually, with'everybody

f compelled by law to participate. The

t : day will begin with broadcasts of

Do you suffer "1i f Hitler's pop-off speeches (record-

w. from MONTHLY i k5f 1 9 I a.W ings), featuring those denouncing the
: ---H \ rotten democracies and also those

Many excusing the German murderers on

N RVOUS TSON! ,l o Insects the ground that inferior races deserved -' 'skeeters start sing-

to die. Then there will be + ing, and flies begin buzzing -
1'.1 with its weak, tired feelings? !1. this
If functional periodic disturbances OR movies, with attendance compul- Quick Stop

.. make you feel nervous, tired, restlessat -- Shrubs, sory, showing the beaten and starved nerve-wracking symphony
( such times-try this great medicine prisoners of war at Lublin, Maide- -with Flit

Lydla to E.relieve Pinkham's such symptoms Vegetable Taken Compound Vegetables nek Treblinka, Mieste, Belsen. ;. This efficient insecticide sprays
r 1 regularly-it helps build up resistance aAd 'em and slays 'em! It kills even

against Btomachlc such tonic.distress.Follow label Also directions.a grand : Every German upon reaching his G l the dread disease-laden malaria

/' .J.._ l VECETABLE Flowers or her 21st birthday will be madeto r 1 i '' mosquito-as well as many common -
d..r""" CO&nk ) COMPOUND I I Tobiee* By-Producti make a pilgrimage to Lidice, and (F 4' household flies and moths.

1JIL ov Chemical Incorporated Corp. there hear a reading of the reportof Buy your.summer's supply of
WNU-7 20-45 Loulnlll,Kentucky hangman Heydrich, who mur- As'/ stainless, pleasant-smell-

0I dered in vengeance every innocent / II ing Flit, today! ,

child and woman in that'' Czech vil .- 4/ i

lage. i'r FLIT ,i.

I To return to the celebration of Der /1 I r

And Your Strength and Tag, the final exercises of the day KILLS FLIES,MOTHS' I

Energy Is Below ParIt Rllievesrpam I and I soreness would be a standing vote by the 1 AND MOSQUITOESWhen ,

population on what they think of .
may be caused by disorder of kid- ccpr.1345c '
the Versailles of World WarI. 6tan.tnoorpciii4hthNMP
nay function that permits poisonous Treaty __
waste to accumulate. truly many Millions of people suffering from And they would be asked if they i
people feel tired, weak and miserable elmple Piles, have found prompt
when the kidneys fail to remove excess relief with PAZO ointment. Here's had plenty of living room or had
acids and other waste matter from the why:First, PAZO ointment soothes r
blood. Inflamed areas-relieves pain and their patience become exhausted the
You may suffer nagging backache; itching. Second, PAZO ointment way it had so often before 1939. {
rheumatic pains, headaches, dizziness lubricates hardened dried parts-
getting up nights,tlen'cfa swelling.Sometimes helps prevent cracking and sore
r scanty urination ness. Third PAZO ointment tendsto If.any of the Krauts cared to learn 0 13 '
and' reduce swelling and check minor
with smarting burning la an- I
other sign that something la wrong: with bleeding. Fourth, it's easy to use English they would be given lessons
the kidneys or bladder. PAZO ointment perforated Pile culled from some in the
treatment There should la .wiser bo no than doubt neglect.that prompt UsaDoan' ; Pipe thorough.makes Your application doctor can simple tell U. S. Since these lessons were origi- SPAq S AN D STRAINS I,

Pills. It la better to rely on a you about PAZO ointment.SUPPOSITORIES nally written to comfort the Nazi E.

medicine than that on has something won countrywide less favorably approval Some and TOOl doctors ideal, they would probably be easy .) Muscular! Aches and Pains Stiff Joints Bruisesi
persons many ;
known. Doan'i have been tried and tested -
to absorb. The Germans would be
prefer to use suppositories,so PAZO
, Are at all drug stores.
Get many Doan years.I today. comes In handy suppositories also. particularly interested in the Amer-
( The same soothing relief that
PAZO always gives. ican columns that sneered at reported -

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suddenly concluded that they were ed a 'valuable assistant to Rev, resident members. The Sunday day of this week. ;
The Clewiston News coalhouses. dor, and' under their leadership'Mea-j School enrollment is 288. The \ :1LNS
The mountain Taurel was In bloom church membership has Training Union enrollment is 76. BROWNIE .

Published every Friday In Clewiston. and there were occasional patchesof creased in spite of the The W. M. S. enrollment is 30. In --
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, purple. laurel or rhodedendron, changes in the church membership. 1 the past four and one-half ,years In the absence of our president
'nc. found a few violets and saw many World conditions began to cause there has come into the membership the meeting was called to order by ,
flowers I've long since 114 by baptism and 126 by letter i' .
wild forgotten many shifts in families of the church. our treasurer, Norma Perry. Plans f'
Entered as second class mall matter the names. But my mountain Some of the charter members who and statement, making a total re- ,were discussed for a cook-out to be f:'
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in rudely interrupted the ceived 240.. The outlook of the ,
climbing was had been faithful leaders were compelled -
Clewiston. Florida, under the Act of. held at the Boy Scout camp Tues- L:,
March 3, 1897. first day when my glasses were to move on to other places of church Is bright, and the opportunities day, June 5. We also discussed
off and lost in ravine andI are ever increasing. '
knocked work and this necessitated changesin plans for a magic session. We then
\ spent a day getting a pair to replace But God supplied
our leadership. t'
CARR SETTLE Publisher did so exercises and looked at ,:
them. other workers, many of whicn have Brig.-Gen. Morse- I magazines for the type of dressesI "
Subscription Rate-?:.:)O Per Year it a nice and its
But was trip a been trained rifiht here in our church. I girls our age should wear. We also-
Advertising Rates. On Application. little difficult to get back into the The Sunday School continued to played a called silence. We
swing of' working immediately.Let's geow under the leadership of B. E. (Continued from Page 1)) I saluted the flag and said our promise R .
hope though that it will do me Herring, who was succeeded by W. Wing and Brigadier General Morse 1 and the meeting was adjourned.
Devoted to the advancement and welfare good and that I'll be able to give G. Mathis. After faithfully servingfor and his staff paid a short visit to
of Clewiston and Hen ry County. you better papers as a result a year Mr. Arch Hodges was the local field on Monday and Tues- Joann Pitzen, Scrib.

elected and completed three-quarters.
History OfContinued- of work when his work compelledhim .,..,....... --- .:l. .," = --"-" ,

NATIONAL EDITORIALSSO to resign and then Herman
( from page 1) Davis finished the year and was

IATI when they moved into, their new elected for the next year. In Jan- Mack's Drug Store
uary following his election he was -
church building which was just a
transferred to Jacksonville and M.
shell of the present structure. At C. Vowell finished that year Since

the close of the morning service on October, 1943, C. W. Curtner has

On The HouseBy this day the first Communion serv- ably lead our Sunday School to the Excellent Prescription Service
present. Under his leadership the
ice was observed.
school has reached its highest peak, "
D. C. S. The Woman's Missionary Societywas
now averaging more in Sunday 7A.M.-IIP..
Did you ever become obessed organized on October 10, 1938, School than at any other time in its
with a desire to wander down Memory -I with 27 charter members. Mrs. A. history. With these good soperin- I ,./' );'. ,...

Lane? R. Broadfoot served as the first tendents there has always been a < PHONE 20N -

Such-a desire, to see' the moun- president. capable corps of teachers and of- I ,

tains of West Virginia in which I ficers, some few remaining all the ,. ., ,, ,. ,,,
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The first deacons of the church =;r = ;;;t' ; wa: 5L'" :: "" "' "" .rW.o: mfS&iaisSZaZIF =; =;:; =:''='
was born and lived the early years way through while others were replaced -
chosen and ordained in Jan-
of my life, ended in my catching a were because of vacancies created.In .
train as ,soon as our last paper was uary, 1939. These were J3. E. Her- the spring of 1940 Mrs. A. J.
I' V. C. Woodward M. C. Vowell
out week before last and heading in ring, Gross of the Training Union De- ..... .... .. .
and A. R. Broadfoot. Several ''- : .u=' < l'>:"":': "'="=""" .r..Lo.i. ry"'=J.c.,:; -.,:..:. r =1i7.-:=;::=r=; '....! """,,=' """
that direction. From Jacksonville partment of the State Mission Board ,
months later Brother Arch Hodges
I took a "poor man's Pullman," a came and placed a: new emphasis on
Greyhound bus, and was eating j; moved to Clewiston and was electedas Training Union work in our church. YOU WISH THEFINEST
fifth deacon. In 1940 Brother
lunch Sunday with relativein' a Until this time the Training Union ,
Bluefield. For a full week I visited 'I Herman Davis was elected as dea- had been faithfully directed by Mr.
In 1941 W. G. Mathis and W.
scenes of my childhood and returned con. Woodward and A. H, King. Under
W. elected and ordainedas FOOD
the first of this week. It was a Perry were the leadership of Arch Hodges the
deacons to fill the created I
great experience but can't say thatit vacancy Training; Union work continued to
Mr. Davis and Mr. Herring.;
restful vacation.It by in this
was entirely a grow. He served capacity
Later Ben Bolton and 'J. E. Elder
had been twentynine'years until 1941 at which Mrs. G. E.
were elected and ordained as dea- Try A Complete Dinner At
within the boundaries
since I had been Wejizlpff was elected and she worked
of West Virginia and I had cons. And in 1944 Brother L. I. diligently until the spring of 19 43*
expected to find the mountains con- .1 Walden, Jr., was elected and or- when she resigned to join her hus-
dained to the office of deacon. The
siderably lower than as 1 remembered band who had gone to another work.,
them, the rivers narrower, and I!present deacons are Brethern Arch Our present director, J'. E. Elder, THE CAEBRMEFrom
other things somewhat different. ] Hodges, Ben Bolton, J. E. Elder, W. J was elected to the directorship in ,

Surprisingly enough, except for the I W. Perry :and L, I. Walden, Jr. 1943 and has done a magnificent job ,
natural changes which come in that I The, construction of the church of training leadership for our church -
time, everything was much the same !| made steady progress under the pay- program. From this organization $1.25 and Up
as I remembered it. j as-you-go plan.) To the mere hull, has come many of our fine church

It was hot when I left Moore Haven .- j during the pastorate of Rev. Mc- leaders, and we thank God for those ,
and I started out travelling in | Leroy, was added' the asbestos single who have faithfully stayed by the SERVICE ,FROM 6 TO 9 O'CLOCK SHORT ORDERS_-
hot weather garb. I was perfectly roof, which was soon followed witha task and have seen it through. i
comfortable all the way and saw no stucco job on't1e] walls. In 1940 Under the excellent -leadership of 9 TILL 11:30 ,

reason for changing and when l' arrived -I soon after itev. Meador came as Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, the Woman's
in Bluefield found everyone pastor, a campaign was launched 10 Missionary Society's work grew and
sitting in front*'''of'big coal fires. { secure funds lo- finish the interior became one ofthe, recognized units ,AIR CONDITIONED't
When I asked why they said it had : of the building. That same year an of the Palm-Lake Association. After t '", i,
snowed the day before and there had I additional adjacent lot was purchased. two years''ks president she was suc-
been a heavy frost that morning. I By the end of February, 1941, ceeded by Mrs._ Arch Hodges, who

still wasn't cold but in deference to : the interior of ,the building was faithfully labored for one year and 1:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:N:N:H N:N:M:N:N N:HIN N N N N N NIN:N:NIN:N:M:N N:N:N:N:MIN:N N:N:N:N:N N:H N:N:H N: :
their feelings I put on a coat. ;, completed with the exception of under her leadership young people's
How's that for a Florida Cracker? ] painting. In the fall of 1942 another auxiliaries flourished. She was suc- I

In the town where I lived most effort was launched which resultedin ceeded by Mrs M. C. Vowell, who
of my first ten years, Fayetteville, I finishing the interior with a nice served for ten months when she Increased Quantities Of

had planned just how I :would see paint job and the floors sanded. In was called home to be with her Lord. ____ __ -.___..... 1
the town and followed that plan the spring of 1943 the exterior of the Mrs. V. C. Woodward, vicepr'esident *

1 closely. Went in alone, got off the church received a new coat of paint. finished the year. Mrs. W. F. Genxiine Chevrolet Parts tI
I And on the fifth birthday the churchwas Nail then .
bus and started walking I visited was elected and served fora i -* '
i the various parts of town in which formerly set aside in dedicationto portion of a year when she movedto ...

I had played as a kid and managed I the furtherance the Gospel. In Pensacola, and Mrs. Jack Himrodwas ". ,
j to find quite a number of familiar the fall of 1944 through the men's elected to fill her )unexpiredterm Now Available

scenes although there was now Bible class a Sunday School room and reelected at the close of
pavement on Memory Lane insteadof was built directly behind the church that :rear and did an exceptionablepiece
the thick dust in which I used togo for the expansion of this class. This of work as leader. Mrs. E. M. I '

bare-foot. Gone were the big! same year an additional lot was Cornette, in the capacity of first I
i! stepping stones across streets which given to the church by Ben Bolton vice-president! has been faithfully II Service Headprters For All Makes l (
carried us dry-shod through the and late in the year through the instrumentality serving to the present. :

mud in the old days; a modern of., Dave Alston, Mr. There have been several seasons
waterworks has come also, in the Cornette and Mr. Kelly and the of in
refreshing the seasons of revivals 4 ,
last few years and the plumbing is'','church, the remaining four; lots were most capably conducted by I CARS And TRUCKS ,:

all inside; coal is hauled up they I acquired which gives the church the Dr. Head, Rev. G. H. 'Moore, Rev.G. .
mountain on huge trucks in place,, entire block frontage on Ventura H. Crutcher. Rev. D. O. Alder- If
of the of that '!i I Avenue for expansion of church .
wagons by-gone era; man, Rev. Pat Winiberly, Rev. J. W.
a cherry tree I remembered has 'died facilities. Early in 1945 the church Jelks, and recently Rev. Thad Entz- WASHING and GREASING AAA TIEPRESEXTATIYESCHRISTtAN
and been replaced by a -tall poplar; I I voted to build an additional Sunday minger. These men were true rep-
the schoolhouse in which I received!i! School room for the expanding Sun- resentatives oC the Lord and many
my primary education has I been torn:I day School program of the church. souls found Christ as Saviour and CHEVROLETPHONE
down; a vacant lot in which we usedto I Rev. Head filled the pulpit or God's people were spiritually bless
play ball has been filled by a big j furnished a supply from the time of ed. We have had two schools of mis-

garage, a new post-office buildingand ( the church's organization until September sions in which several Southern Bap 87 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
other things. But despite these I' 15, 1938, when Rev. M. G, tist Missionaries home on furlough]I

changes I was able to find Mines of Delray Beach accepted the .............. ........ .. ............ ..
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places that hadn't changed and faint call as pastor and served until Juno our hearts with missionary visions,l.I ----

memories became vivid again. 30, 1939, when he resigned. Rev. In 1941 a-daily vacation Bible schoo]1 I p."J'.i.'r.I.: .;';::;' "" "" "'I' :"" = >JU.! -,,:=- ;;. .:? ::Jv .f.=: __ .:;:;io But I've lived too long in a flat I H. G. McLeroy followed as the sec- was conducted for the young peo. a
country. Bus and car travel over' ond pastor serving faithfully until pie who received: valuable Bible BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER- ,
the mountains kept my nerves on i his resignation in August, 1940. On training 71 being enrolled. In the
edge and my stomach upset. The I September 8, Rev. H. C. Meador fall of 1944 a Church Emphasis 7:00 TO 9:30 A. :M. 12:00 TO 2:00 I'. :M. G:30 TO 8SO 1'. M.CLEWISTON .

first few hours put me in much the 1 was called and accepted the work Week was conducted to which wer

same shape as my first deep 'sea I and has been faithfully serving to invited neighboring pastors whc
boat trip but I managed to retainall the present. Mrs. Meador has prov- stirred our hearts in a closer wall<
of my meals which is better than I with God. Many Sunday School and 1\\
one or two travellers did. Training Study Courses have beer '
Then there was the instance go- i I The Nationpl Coffee Associationis held which have helped to bettei
ing through one mining town whenI setting up a bureau of standards prepare our workers .and prospective re AT THE INN
noted little buildings spaced reg-I|Ifor the purpose of awarding a "Sealof workers for their task. In Febru' cf

ularly in front of each cabin at the Approval" to the manufacturersof ary of 1943 Mrs. J. FVagts ol FOR GOOD FOOD
edge' of the highway.. My' ideas of percolators, brewers and blass Gainesville, Fla., conducted an ins llE< .
sanitation in that country were be- coffee makers whose products make. : enlagement campaign for our Sun

coming greatly demoralized when I good coffee. day school which resulted in :a: Steaks Fish Fresh Vegetables

more complete departmentallzatior .
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-s sitated additional workers and has S .
y t's'
.. served to increase our enrollment
:i: ., Notice To Voters _* and average attendance.Miss Meet Your Friends I nOur

y Lois Prince served as the
y church clerk for one year and upor
:: Registration Books are open and are her resignation, Mrs. E. E. Kellj) COCKTAIL LOUNGEOpen

''s.::: at the City Hall. All who have not done :.: was elected and has faithfully serve.
s to the present. The office of trey
:i: so are asked to register. The regular city :': surer has capably been filled by Mi-

: election for three commissioners will be :!: Clyde Baker. Mr. Arch Hodges Mr 11:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M. 4:00 P. M.
A. R. Broadfont. Mr. W. W. Perry
*: held in September and everyone should :: Mr. Herman Davis and the presen t To 12:00 I II I

,'. qualify for this election. : treasurer Mr. Ben Bolton. l
+ :: .., _..._, .. ;.>J.lf; = B
v The present membership is 28 4 ...- __ ,,; ,,_.;? "' ; ;:; ;r"L :
:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:. of which number about 100 are non I


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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945

M'X : : ;' AGNES GRAHAM CIRCLE older son, Lt. Francis M. Owens of I
"< ";";_" ': I Co., New Starch ; Plantat
MEETS WITH MRS. CHASTINE Marianna, Ark., had been awarded

the bronze star medal for heroic U. S.. Sugar Corp. 1 tp
+ The Agnes Graham Circle met at achievement on April 10 when he

the home of Mrs D. M. Chastine I led two light tanks and ,a half track' "
: PERSONAL and SOCIETY ::: last week. Opening of the circle to a German position and directed

i, i I meeting was the devotional, Deu't. fire so effectively that seventythreeof Will the party who bor..

) I 6:7, given by Mrs. W. A. Montgomery the enemy' surrendered. They rowed salt water rod

r. t _.._ . .H.H.. .u.u.u.u.u.u.. ... ..AA.AA.. ..M.w,.N.N.M.N.N.N.N.M._."."_........!...!.. ................!...!..!...!..!... The topic of the meeting was also learned, that he was given the
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,N; ;N11SNM1NIN1N1 IINIiMN M Ni i i :I '(/A Heritage of the Lord. Home Purple Heart on April 27 bu't never and reel from Johnson'sFish

John Darby returned Sunday froma Miss Eloise Harris was a business Fellowship' Hour was discussed by knew the real story until they received -

week spent In Gainesville.Mr. visitor in West Palm Beach Tues- Mrs. E. F. Phillippi War Divides .a clipping from his home town Camp please returnas
day. Missionary Homes, by Mrs. Montgomery paper in Arkansas this week, sent

.,... and Mrs. Pierre H. Duba were and Cottage Prayer Meetings by his wife. I need it in my busi-
visitors in Miami over'the week-end. Bill Wall of West Palm Beach by Mrs. H. J. Roath, were also This story, from the public rela-
Bill 1
I was a business visitor -here yester .discussed.The tions office of the Twelfth Armored ness Johnson. Itp

Curtis Pullen left this week fora I day. business meeting opened with Division, states that Lt. Owens anda

visit with relatives in Eldon, Mo. the roll call and the reading of the corporal were returning through
Pfc. James Furguson, Riddle I minutes of the last meeting. Three newly-conquered territory near FOR SALE: Two Hollywood -

Mr. and Mrs. Jean Reahard were Field, has returned from a furlough new members, Mrs. B. Ingram, Mrs.C. Treunreid, Germany, in a peep when I' '
beds 1 1-2
visitors in Miami last week. spent in Columbus, Miss.J. Nelson and Mrs. H. E. Walker,. they spotted seven Germans- crossinga original

were welcomed into the group. Mrs. field toward them, about fifty i price. 411 1 1 Ventura
Mrs J. L. Nobles was a business' W. Van Pettin and W. F. Ingram was appointed coworkerswith :yards away. The corporal stoppedthe

visitor' in Lake Worth on Saturday. Krell have returned from a few T. L. Tanner in community jeep and the enemy soldiers hit St: S 1 Itp

I' ---- days vacation spent on Boca Grande missions. It was agreed to' make the ground as if prepared to fight

i t S-Sgt. LeRoy Hare was the weekend Beach. and gave a sunshine bag to Mrs. but soon came forward and gave ,
guest of his!!'! mother, Mrs. Maude Ben Bolton. :Meeting was adjourned themselves up. FOR SALE: 337 So.
Hare. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rogers of Pa- with a prayer by Mrs. H. C.1Iea'dor. Piling the Jerries into the peep

I { ---- I hokee and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Nip- .. 'the two Americans continued their Atlantic, three room

, ., Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Lamb of i per of Lake Harbor were the guestsof The hostess served ice cream and journey and had, driven only a short I
'J t .Okeechobee were the week-end'' Mrs. W. P. Conley and family cake to Mesdames W. J. Robinson, (Continued on Page 8) house, newly ,

t: guests of Mrs. Ruth B. Owens. Sunday.Sgt. E. F. Phillippi, W. A. Montgomery, completely furnished automatic -
-- I A. H. King, H. J. Roath, 'G. Bem- ,

r' Mr. and Mrs Fred E. Hunziker and Mrs. G. C. Bestor of bry and Sherron, B. Ingram, C. Nel- FOR SALE: One 18 ft. hot water, gas

4 L and .Mr. and Mrs. Carl, Ziler spent Camp Sibert, Alabama, visited in I son, H. C. Meador, and Wanda, and Roycraft Trailer. Phone
the week-end in Palm Beach. Clewistou this week. Sgt. Bestor is H. E. Walker and Linda. stove, possession immediately

I Li the son of Mr. and Mrs: Horace Bes- 81 1 1 105. 1 Itc I
Mrs. C. H. Neeley.H' .
i ...:.,' :Mrs. Harry J. Lehmon and. son tor. '=......=..=..=..=.. :..=....:..=..:..=..=....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..=.. -
have returned from a week; spent in -o- I 1 Itp
I ; Miami visiting friends. S 2-c Robert Topper is here on a f
-- ten-day furlough visitinghis parents FOR SALE: Desk and I "
I' I
Miss Mary Markette left this Mr. and :Mrs.! Fred Topper, be- With'Our chair chair
easy rug FOR SALE 1936 V-8I
week for Hollywood, Florida, where fore returning to Camp Endicott, : :

\ she has accepted a position. Davisville, Rhode Island and tables. See Bernard Ford, good tires, all

Mrs. Elthea Elmore and Mr. and Charles B. Owen returned the early !Br. ; *%CXBajp> Boys Myers, Sagamore Court, I around dependable car.

) :Mrs Mark Kennon spent Monday in part of the week from War Food I
,', Fort Myers. Administration business in Coloradoand or David Hancock. 1 Itp I Box 1 1355. 1 Itp
in theService
_-- left on another extended trip I a '1 __
J Mrs. Leon C. Jackson and Miss yesterday.: m.t JI 1
::: Evelyn Lee spent the week-end. inf FOR SALE : Building, !BBBBBBBBBBBBBBI...

:' Tampa. visiting relatives. Brigadier General Winslow C. I d'UI wall tile glazed white Th WINDSORriOUYWOOD l : ... tis.(

f Morse and his staff, Craig Field, I .BI&CH,' r O L1I

r'; Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sligar left for Selma, paid 'a short visit to Riddle 1N unglazed and red clay WW W
'ii;; ,, West Palm Beach on Thursday where Field on Monday, and Tuesday of I" I 1lBf:

l''' Mr. Sligar has accepted position. this week. 'I" .. .. .. .. .... N..... load bearing. See Camp- I
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Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Ringo attended 'Mrs. Ruth M.-Wilcox recently of I. following poem was written bell, So. Fireproofing '

the Shrine festivities and dance in i Miami Beach Pelham who has ---
returned to Clewiston Pvt. William C.
: > :Miami this week-end. !I I last week and has resumed her position been in service only a month and is .:,N:,N:.N:...:.N.N:.N.:N.:N:.IIM. .:.INNNNNNN. . ..NNNNNNNNNNN. .. .. .. 1. 1. 1. 1 1I.IH.u.n.n.1i.N.1.'IN. ..NIN. N. _H.N_NNN1_ _.='....1 j..1jN1.

; with the U. S. Engineer of- in an infantry training center at
'!.., "Miss Ruth Conley was the guestof fice here. Camp Robinson ,Arkansas. Wecouldn't I
:Mr. and Mrb.: Jack Rogers in Pa-
---- help think that Wil-
but ,
J. E.
i hokee Saturday afternoon. BloomerRichardsonMr. liam had been very lucky in selectionof .
I his lieutenant in view of'what
Charles Koster, who has been
we've heard in the past:
Y visiting his daughter': Mrs.' Sam and Mrs. R. L. Bloomer of ESTATE. BROKER

I 4-k.. Schneider for the past ten days;; I Rogersville, Tenn.., announce. the GOOD MORNING, MEN
left While ease" beside the woodland
. Thursday to return to his home at
engagement of their
daughter, Bette
: :;<::, .in Jamaica, New Yoik.y Kyle Bloomer, to Robert Lancaster Every' moi'ning.'in the stand,

. Richardson Lieutenant shouts, the echo answers, PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
------------- son of Mr. and Mrs. C.
I H. Richardson of' Dubuque, Iowa. I Ringing clear, "Good Morning Men!" s

, .k, .., Miss Bloomer attended Mary His greeting builds a deeper spirit
Washington of the University of For the volume starts to stir, CITY LOTS, FARM L ANi! )SINSURANCE :

j Virginia, Fredericksburg, Virginia, And we hear the mighty echo, ". '

:', and the University of Tennessee, Answer back, "Good Morning, Sir!" : -' L
Knoxville, Tennessee.Mr. .

I Richardson, Assistant Flight We are rough tough, burdened soldiers .

!l Commander, Advanced Flying, Rid-; I

:MAT V-L,,:1: P. 3i!., MTE 7-9 P.M.: jdle\I Field, Clewiston, attended the But our burdens we rescind, Phone 66 H I( University of Minnesota, Minnea- When we hear Lieutenant yell out .
, 7fl' \ -- I polis,_. Minn. With. a smile, "Good Morning Men! .

j =-atnmra-y:-PIC IHGIXXIXG,"""m gint: : a tir, Mr JUNE aiaiMsa 3 I i The wedding will take place on I:. :..:..:NIINNII:..:N:..:N:.IW:..:NN11111N:IINNO.:N:NN:N11INN:..:NIINN:..:N1/HNMNN
Just a: couple of weeks ago we
s "
Friday evening, June 8, eight o'clock
S'N310N.., JUNE 3 & 4 I in i had a story from( an Air Transport
the Clewiston Community Church, Command Base' -in India that F-O .:..... ,,...,--=X"L.::""'" !. ":'!. '"<<' 71': '<'I'1: :. ':'f't.1': ;;;:,w-': '
I with
the Rev. David C. Hancock of-
ficiating.HITj James A. McGohee, Jr., of Clewiston
I had received the bronze star at the

( SCOUT COMMITTEE;-- completion of 150 hours of oper- Surf Cottages

'I I HAS PICNIC OX RIDGE ational flight over the Hump in
'b transport aircraft. Now comes
Un ySOlfN '
AI I Members of th' Girl Scout sponsoring -I another, worded almost identically,
saying that he has been awardedthe
committee, including Scout
Distinguished Flying Cross forthe
{ I leaders and Kiwanis Club_ members,
1',' I completion of 300 hours of fly- MILES NORTH OF PALM BEACH
; enjoyed
Latex': Xe"'s-Sec t. S. CairierFianklm a picnic on the ridge at the
;< ing covering the period from November -
Boy Scout
Acrid Disinter I grounds Monday
and night.
'; Death The affair marked"the end of the 30, 1944, to February 25, .,: .:' HIGHWAY NO. 1Spend '

...- L- very successful leadership course I 1945. Again' to, Fat we offer congratulations ':;; Z" !, ,'., '';:;;::,
>wLo ..
f, TUBS. & WEI, JUNE 5 & Yl which has been conducted by Mrs.. I ," '-. r.:' -
H. A. Kenning._
; .
:,, (Double Feature) Bobby Topper and Byrl Ingram
:; Hamburgers were roasted on I who recently entered the service are your vacation at your local beach resort. Two
sticks over an open fire as were leaves at their homes here
j 'einers in blankets and served with I j room efficiency cottages Hotel Rooms Dining Room
'I soTfrma.JOOtlAS for a few days Bobby is now in the
t 1 : liced tomatoes, stuffed
j apples and Sea-Bees and will return to Camp
i coffee. -Cocktail Lounge. 1 '-
Endicott at Davisville, 11.. I., where
I Enjoying the affair :were Mr. and I he has been in training. Byrl will

3HfAUSwrJQLA! : I I PI's.. C. H. Berner, Mr. and Mrs. W. return to Bainbridge, where whe has SUMMER SEASON STARTS JUNE 1.
S 1 1 N. Martin Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Pitzen, completed boot training. Both boys
LEE BOWMAN RICHARD vh "[r. and Mrs. Gene
AINLEY Powers, Dr. and I are in out-going units and expect to
MARTA LINDEN REGINALD OWEN n....... Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mr. and Mrs. F. be seeing service before very long. For Reservations
I I Carl Long, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ziler, .

.t Double: Exposure" Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Thompson. Dr. The Pacific headquarters of the I Write 623 30th Street Call 8940
and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle '
Mrs. Kenning
Chester :Mori is-Xaucy: Kelly Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. C. E. Twentieth Air Force announces this WEST PALM BEACH
week that Radford L. of
-...... J Bailey, Miss Laura Bailey, 1Irs.V.. ,1 Dunaway
Clewiston has now been promoted to
'THURS. FIJI. JUNE H. Burkhart E. E. Gross Miss\ .." ,. -
7 & S"Frenchnlen'S Estilena Sergeant. Sgt Dunaway Is an aerial """""'" -
Huested Mrs.
2 Dorothy gunner of a B-29 crew of a unit of
Creek"In M. M. Prewitt and Rev. D. -----
C. Hancock.It .
( Technicolor) I stationed For
has been announced that there
-withJOAX FOXTAIXE i will be no meeting of the sponsoring We'll)) soon be saying "hello"' to THRIFTY i ifl'

1' committee. on the coming, Monday 'I Jimmy and Jack Wynn who served i
XE\VS night. ShoppersvuoaanUCTtaNS..aR
I long and faithfully with the rough I
I -:-- and Second Armored
-- L-- CI tough Division -
SATURDAY, JUNE f) (MRS.: COXKLIXG IS which played such an important part ARTSnnU, -
HOSTESS AT BRIDGE in Ger:nany's downfalL Their parent hQUALmI...,. ow rwtutwr.

--. Mr.: and Mrs. A. P. Wynn, received I
EVELYN ANKERSJ. Hostess to her bridge club ,on a letter! 'from: Jimmy. that he S l $
, CARROt NAJSH I Wednesday afternoon of this week had left for hoine on May, 20 and wmmmmww
LOIS COLLIER was Mrs. F. E. Conkling. Mrs. J. E. Jack hid started: on May 15. They

I .,' MI18URN STONE Beardsley held high score and Mrs. have been overseas thirty months and
: I
X DOUGLASS W. C. Owen, low Others playing landed first at Casablanca in the I
L 'f end X&25 DUMBRUIEACQUANETTA were Mrs. R C. Wilson. Mrs.. Otto African invasion. Both will have i "

r .,: as the Jungle Woman I( Larson Mrs. C. J. Ncilsen Mrs. N. plenty of points for their rcleas3 I .
1 1I'
I'' Caroon-"l\Iask Marel"o.. 3 V.old S. Miuuford Mrs. F. Deane Duff and we're hoping they: got'it.
Mrs. H. T. Vaughn. r i
i"r- The hostess served frozen salad, Mr. and Mrs Luther Owens were .
I II --
saltines and coffee. 'h -
thrilled recently to learn that their I
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\ Seems That Someone i? A SI ME 1 A quiz with answers offering ?? t /

'Was Left at the Post

AN O r II 'R Information on various subjects ?
: Three fellows arrived at a rail Old Pitfalls Stand in II -T' t

,way station to fmd they were half '+.MM5-MMhMMMMMMC+ MMC.MM t hMr+.MhMMMMMMMMC e+ MMC'. -
'an hour too early for the train. So
;,they went out for a drink. When[ The Questions The Answers

they returned they found the train] Way of Future Peace 1. When does a civil day beginIn 1. A civil day begins ,at mid-

,had left. Cheerfully they went outj contrast, to a solar day? night, a solar day at noon.
,for another drink. /They returned] 2. What does a "Darby and Joan 2. An uneventful but happy mar-
much later to find a train in the! existence" mean? ried life. '

station, and two of the men just Survival of German Myth, Desertion of 3. From what is citronella oil de- 3. From ..a species of grass

managed to throw themselves oni) Democratic Elements Would Weaken rived? grown in Ceylon.

before it started. Whereat the re-j: 4. Did Fernando Magellan actu- 4. No, he was killed in the Phil

maining chap started to laugh. Postwar Security Structure.By ally make the first voyage around ippines. ,
He laughed so much that al the world? 5. Although commanderinchief -

porter inquired as to what, h 5. Can the President of the Unit- of the army and navy, he is

was laughing at. BAUKHAGENews States wear one of his country's denied the right to wear one of

Still laughing heartily,_ he ex. Analyst and Commentator. uniforms? his country's uniforms.
plained: "Those two friends or 6. What is meant by drawing a 6. Making exaggerated state-
mine who got on the train had,III IVNU Service, Union Trust.Building, I nitz played no role in the Nazi partyhe longbow? ments.

really come to see me off." Washington, D. C. I was just another naval ,officer.
FRANCISCO.' California I Therefore it would be easy for -
sunshine pouring down on the bay, whoever claims official fuehrership SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLECRAFT ,
to have moved into Norway while it .
to drapethe
a great white fog begun
II hills in the was still in ,German hands, take a Pinwheel Medallion
SNAPPY FACTS folds distant of its, floating gray-green robe.It long-distance submarine and find Easy to Do I

alH$ has been a day of conferencesand asylum and support in some country Due to "
an unusually large demand and
which would conceal his identity and
interviews where the great current war conditions, slightly more time '
RUBBER I tragedies of little countriesAlbania where sufficient sympathy for nazi- is required In filling orders for a few of < i
fIt Korea, Poland-and the little fascism ,existed, to carry on under- the most popular pattern numbers.
differences between great countries ground activities and foster the Send your order to:
myth_of the immortality of nazi-dam \
have been tossed at us, in vibrant
just as the myth of the German
in and ac
earnest voices, stiff proper Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
:it difficult to detect the ordinary cents. It would be easy to lose sightof army's invincibility was kept alive. 5&1'W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, IlL
"slow leak" In time to prevent destructive woods for the trees. But as I sit That is one thing that apparently Enclose 16 cents for Pattern, '
"roadside flats."The Officeof here leafing over faded notes of an- I is not realized. It is important. It r t 'the tYrA No

Defense Transportation recom- such conference I know that must be watched.
other ,
mends an effective cure for stealthy Now there number of other Name
which these I are a II
the tremendous goal
Make valve
leaks ((1)) sure caps
pitfalls which I might mention butI
striven is much Address
have been screwed on finger tight. delegates have so
((2)) Before adding air be sure to higher, so much wider than all the won't spend too long over these
test pressure in each tire. ((3)) Check little controversies that it still is just faded notes with fresh breezes from r
variations in tire pressure marked what the chambermaid in my ho- : the Pacific reminding me that we

difference In pressure indicates a tel said it was. are living in the land of ,tomorrowand
slow leak,which should be repaired not yesterday.But .
She was gray haired. She had a
immediately.To alas of the dark shad-
she told and
son on Saipan, me,
help relieve the critical need for when I asked her what she thoughtof ows of yesterday have stretched p
military tires, men who work in a this gathering she laid down an down the years to today.

large rubber plant in Los AngelesB. armful of linen and looked up. "I Selfish Interests 1
( F. Goodrich) have sworn not to
this is about the most important -
guess just Stunt
miss a day's work, and, like submarine Democracy
crews, not to shave for 120 thing that ever happened" One of the great"mistakes which
days. she said, "trying to stop wars. the
peace-loving nations ofthe 4
How important this meeting will
world, as they now call themselves,
be how well the
to depends on
made the last time was that they
ry1I1uJSu world avoids the, pitfalls which
failed to help the democratic elements -
, wrecked its last 'attempt to treat z't
in Germany against the very .
treat disease not as
war as we ;
reactionary or national elements .
something that we irreverently con- ii
which made World War II possible.At .
sider as an act of God, like a tornado -
present there is no question EVERY crochet fan wants to WED.-THURS.--FRI.-SAT.
but something to which mankind about elements in the German gov- make at least one heirloom 7:15 a. m.(CWT); 8:15_i.m. (EOT)
is exposed through ignoranceand SUNDAY
be ernment for it is under Allied mili- cloth. This medallion is ideal- 8:13: a.m.(CWT); 9.15: a.m.(EOT)
indifference and which can .
tary rule. That problem is some suitable, for either large or small Your Favorite CBS Station
prevented. distance in the future. But here at pieces.
Why did the League of Nations .
e tail? What a're the pitfalls which San Francisco and wherever the executive -
council or the assembly of The pinwheel medallion is quickly OBELISK FLOUR I 1
the United Nations must avoid? I
Oi the organization planned here may memorized; inexpensive in :

Germans Thought meet, the same question will arise. string; joins beautifully for over- #

: Armies UnbeatenI We have' a concrete example in all effect. Pattern, 7008 ,has directions -
have been talking over that the question of Argentina, not ',too ; stitches.: -Buy 'War Savings Bonds-

tt Paris conference with a friend important in itself, but interesting

whom, I met there a quarter, of a insofar as it reveals whose selfish

century ago. He lived with the political and economic interests af- Crisp ste Thrill

League of Nations through its early fect world affairs. ,

tl uncertain days, on until its death of Certain countries wanted to renew
/ malnutrition. Together we agreed normal business relations with Ar-

FOt MIIOI iciti all nut ir on certain fundamental mistakes gentina. ( "'P

RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO made in the past which. must be Great Britain-has a great interestin

s4 avoided if the result of the San Argentina because of her trade I )

.4 Francisco conference is a success. and Canada because the financingof

The object of the United Nations.Is many institutions there was han RICE KRI S

the same as the object of the dled through Canadian banks.

League of Nations: to stop aggres- The representatives in the Mex-

sion before it starts.: Last time, efforts ico City conference yielded to this "The Grains Are Great Foods'Kellogg's -Jf:1I<
were directed specifically toward pressure and, when they came to a"oi'
the whole
Rice Krispies equal
Germany as the one potential San Francisco could not reverse
in all the protectivefood
targsBottlelt.[ "" tul..tj'l.2-Small Size 60c ripe grain nearly
has been their looked
aggressor. Germany so position. on,
tutu: DE OUT AS IIUCTED elements declared,essential to ; ,
IT m soon tut unit II IT MIL tempt ii jrttiMtlEIL utterly defeated that she cannot chortled, and said: Democracies human nutrition. 'iKRSpIES
Bill CO, lit. JiCHOIIIllt <. fLOllla strike backfor a long time but our aren't so democratic after all if they
conduct toward Germany after the invite a fascist government to ,join

last war can be related to all future up with them.

attempts at aggression.The This is not too important but it

first mistake made last time, is an example of what must be q

.1 namely, allowing the myth to growup avoided if the United Nations'really o t +
1 that the German army was not champion the cause of democracy r .

;iefeated. that other causes enforced throughout the world.

I 1 tI .capitulation, cannot be made again & But the strong hope of avoidingthe

since the German army is now de pitfalls of the last time lies in

stroyed. But there is danger that the interest, the participation of the V

.IPSOWATCH another myth may grow which ,will people. The people of America. ,
encourage nazi-fascism elsewhere. As I sit. here in San Franciscoand

OUTThe Even if the so-called German gov- see the earnest effort of these ; I.3i1V

medical profession knows that ernment headed by Admiral Doenitz men of all creed and color, I feel
though a person\\rnay be cured of com- formally capitulated to the Allies in- they have the will to peace.
mon malaria they have it come
stead of having the various But their voices all in the
back on them. So, if you are once more generals cry a
feeling tired down, have in !/ ,ShY? :'' {i1y ( a.f/ ? alp "a' f e
run pains surrender separately, the Nazis wilderness unless the people support %
back and legs, feel weak and bilhous, no
appetite and nervous-though chills and might well claim that they them- them.I .
fever haven't struck you yet, and you selves never did surrender.A look over these gray-green hills e HINTS FOR HOME BAKERS" .
have common malaria-it doesn't pay to good legal case might be and think-into thine hands the I
very ,
take any chances. Try a bottle of Oxi. '
dine. Oxidine: is made to combat malaria made out supporting the thesis that hands of the. people of America. Good for Desserts-Grand for lunch Boxes! !
give you iron to help creation of red *
Doenitz not the authorized head I
blood cells. If the first bottle doesn't was
satisfy you your money will be returned. of the German government and that In order to provide agricultural Make them with Fleischmann's yellow label Yeast-
Oxidine has been used for over SO years. government still existed in exile. information ,to servicemen and veterans
Get a bottle today at your drug store. D H
the only fresh yeast with EXTRA vitamins A &
Whether Hitler and Himmler are of this war who are interested ,

dead makes no difference. No proof in agriculture, the USDA has arranged FILLED BUNS IiI
can be adduced that Doenitz is the to place kits containing sam- II
authorized'successor to Hitler. There ples of available information in 2 cakes Fleischmann's Yeast 2 eggs, beaten ::1
sep '
1 lukewarm water % teaspoon nutmeg
CONSTIPATlONis has been no recognized revolution aration centers, hospitals, librariesand %cup cup shortening Few drops lemon extract 1'1'I

which could be recognized first, de vocational guidance and retrain % cup sugar 1 cup milk,scalded and cooled : '
facto, then de jure. ing centers of the army, navy, air 1 teaspoon salt 9 cups sifted flour
the cause of We do not know that Hitler author- forces, and the Veterans administration 1 cup Jelly or Jam j

ized Doenitz as his successor. Dissolve Fleischmann's Yeast In lukewarm water. Cream shortening,
We do know that he had publicly In cooperation with Washington sugar and salt; add well-beaten eggs,nutmeg, flavoring and lukewarm ,
'UGH' SUFFERINGConstipation certain milk. Add to yeast. Add 3 cups flour and beat''well. Add remaining
of the
successors.I representatives various
flour; turn out on :floured board and knead lightly until smooth and
may cause no symp- saw and heard him_.do it in branches of the armed forces and elastic. Place in greased bowl. Cover and set in warm place, free from I
toms for a long time, but unless cor- [the Reichstag meeting in the Kroll the Veterans administration, these draft,until light, about 2 hours.Turn out on floured board and shape
rected will finally impair the health. opera house in Berlin on,September kits will be available for review in Into round rolls. Dip In granulated sugar and set on well-greased
Symptoms associated with advancIng baking pan % Inch apart. Cover and let rise until
j constipation are loss of appetite I, 1939, when he announced that he approximately 1,000 places in the doubled in bulk, about 45 minutes.Make an in'I
heavily coated tongue, tired feeling was going to the front to join the continental U. S. and overseas. Accompanying dentation in center of roll, fill with Jelly or Jam.
and mental depression. Headache army already invading Poland.I each kit will be a sup ,,.... @ Let rise again until light, about 15 minutes.Bake ''I
dizziness, anemia, and skin disturb- .c-'. In moderate oven at 400F. about 20 minutes. ''IQ
turn from
; ances such as acne,are commonly ex- saw the lectern ply of order blanks on which the Makes 4 dozen. i

perienced. In severe cases, neuralgiaand and indicate, first Herman Goering, veteran or serviceman can order --- --..n..n--- ---
Joint pains occur. Indigestion sitting high on the praesidium as from the department by a simple
With gas formation and colic, and New Revised Wartime Edition of Flelschmaan's Famous Reclpi Book! '
plies and fissures frequently add to his successor, if he failed to return check mark, any item or group ,01 rI

the discomforts of severe chronic and second, the tall and lanky Hess items he may want. I CUp and paste on a penny post Name ,;! I
cases. sitting in the first row on. the ros- Among the materials being offeredare card for your of FleischI I. .{'
No matter how mann'. newly revise"The Bread '
many medicinesyou
have tried for constipation, Irum. several general publications designed I Buket." Dozens of easy recipes AddreuI I
urge you to try B-L PREPARATION, There has never been any other to help the agriculturally inclined I for breads, rolls. deasert. Address
with:-the official designation of succession serviceman Standard Brands Incorporated I
understanding that B-L by or veteran decide Grand Central Annex, Box 477.
PREPARATION must bring you sat- the German government. When Hit- whether or not he really does want I New York 17.N.Y. Zone No -J
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A e ; guns, tanks, planes grows more urgent the cost off I;

; s ,# tax ;;,: the war is at an all-time high.

\ ( V ,, t /S :/ S4 That is reason Number 1 why every'' American must :i

_t'' 4 back this MIGHTY 7TH War Loan Drive> beyond-,' _all-_..,
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everybody must invest a greater portion of your'

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\' r' every $3. you invest that they safeguard your future

;" 3t ti/ s security and that you can cash them in on a moment's

J'f notice in case of emergency. So let's'go, Americans! Buy. !.

bigger bonds and more of them!

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Pvt. Melvin TorbertAt best all-around commercial student, Seventh Grade-Harry Vaughn, I Grand March by Verdi was playedby to remember that he who lowers his
Wanda Shelfer; best all-around Joy Barker, Ann Prewitt, Margaret Mrs. Stroud as the graduates filed standards of personal conduct In an (
Kessler Field mathematics student, Louise Pre Himrod. from the stage. I effort to gain popularity is spend- ,
witt; best all-around home economics Eighth Grade-Jeanne Bartz: Class officers were Bruce Beards-; ing diamonds for fool's gold. '.

Biloxi MiS3., i student, June Espenlaub; Ninth Grade-Edith Long and ley, president; Richard Pape; vice-; As a final truth" Rev. ,Hancock
KESSLER best all-around language student,, Carline Berner. president; Betty Sullivan, secretary! said that should be learned from
,';May 25;The job bombers of helping in fighting keepAmerica's Louise Prewitt; highest scholarship i Tenth Grade-Louise 'Prewitt. and and Sherwood Hall, treasurer. Oth-I! these times is the need for maintaining

giant the I average, senior year, Lillian Barker Joan, Crouch. er members were: Margaret Williams a sense of human solidarity, the
aerial assaults on
trim for their
; valedlctorHn: Bruce Beardsley; Eleventh Grade-Nora Oglesby. Horace Brown, Parmeliaj i brotherhood of mankind, pointingout
awaits Pvt. Melvin R. Torbert, I
Axis salutatorian, Margaret Williams; I Twelfth Grade-Lillian Barker, Bourne, Doris Poole, Betty Jean that In this world of ever more-
son. of' Mrs. Torbert, Clewiston., FlorIda -Ii year's subscription to Reader's Di,;; Margaret Williams, Bruce Beardsley, Townsend, .Tune Dunaway, Marilyn: !I and-more intermeshed society that

enrolled her gest, Bruce Beardsley. 1: June Dunaway. Davis, Betty McDuffie and Lillian'' cooperation, and understanding
Pvt. Torbert was .
this week for Keesler Field's 76-day Athletic awards were made by B. 1 Barker. 'I! among all the peoples is the only
basic airplane and engine mechanics j. Myers to two girls and seven F.-L. WilIs- I ---- I hope.

course, having qualified for the boys. :Mamie Trice and Mona Hand:'1 I Baccalaureat Ii Following the sermon the National -
Air Forces Training Command were captains of girls' teams; 'Rich- i' Anthem wag the
Army | (Continued from Page 11 sung by congre-
technical school with outstanding ard Pape received the Varsity Club A brief but touching tribute to I gation and the benediction was given
all-around athlete and (Continued from I[ "
best Fags" 1)
marks on the Army aptitude tests. trophy as the three class members in servicewas by Fr. Peter Reilly, pastor of thej
His training program includes instruction Marty Waldron, Johnny; Sullivan, given by Miss Betty McDuffie. unless he be also religious. He urg i j I St. Margaret's Catholic Church.
Russ Owens Ben 'Bolton, Raymond ed the graduates toresist the degrading I I Coronation
in maintenance funda- | Dr. C. E. Weaver, county superin- March by Mayerbeer:
mentals, structures, fuel and oil Trice and Curtis Pullen received 1 fendent, presented the diplomas to and 'demoralizing influ-:| was played as the recessional by Mrs.
awards either as captains or as three- ences of a war-time ; and Stroud.
systems, propellers, electrical systems i the graduates 'ind turned the tassels psychology
instruments, engine operations, letter men.
!j ron their caps. He then presented
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basic airplane inspection and hy- The annual- honor roll, each stu- Mrs. M. L. Pape a diploma for her I
draulic systems-preparatory train- dent on which received certificateswas I son, Richard, In the Navy, Mrs. H. I
ing for possible entrance into one of: as follows: First gradeJerryBolton R. Hall, a diploma for her nephew,
the several specialized airplane me- Marjorie Brown, George Sherwood, in the Army and H. D. If You WishGUARANTEED
chanics courses also given at Kessler Coleman, John Cothern, Martha Brown for his son, Horace, in the ,
Field. Davis, Rose Dunaway, Jay Carol Navy. I
Miner, Nancy Moon, Jay Pelham, |
Rudine Reese, Dorothy Roland, Ron-I The $25 Clarence R. Bitting :
With Our ,,Boys- ald Taylor, Jr, Robert Weetman, [ award for higb four-year scholastic I t

Joan Wooten, Jean Chandler, Wan-I marks ,went to Bruce Beardsley and *
Continued from Page 5) 1 was presented by W. C. Owen. The Automotive Repair Service
( da Bembry, Mary Jean King, Betty '
distance when they saw three Ger- Lou Barker, Buddy Porter, Jose- American Legion awards were presented -
{' by J. E. Beardsley to Miss Machine Work
man trucks, loaded with Jerries ap- phine Crews. I' I
proaching then Thinking this was I Margaret Williams and his son,

R bunch of captives being taken backto Bethia Second Mueller grade-Shari, Ann Driggers Fay Land, Dan, j I ,Bruce. I Painting and Body Repair Service --

a P\V cage, Lt. Owens decided to Bailey, Richard Chandler, Elliott Presentation of oouquets of rose- I
get rid of his seven captives and Christian, John Brantley, -Betty Sue buds and other gifts were made by I Genuine Ford Repair Parts
hailed the forward truck. Imagine Andrews and Janet Casper. the class to Mrs. C. E. Bjornson and
their surprise when the Jerries I Mrs. C. E. Atwill. class sponsors and .
Third grade-Donald Reames, < SEE
started piling out of the trucks and gifts to Mrs. Frances Adkinson and I -
Howard Small, Jean Denham, Lou I
showing fight. Lt. Owens jumpedout i Mrs. M. R. Stroud for serving as I
Willa Mary Himrod, Mildred I
of his side of the peep and blasted Pelham. pianist at the various class programs HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS
away with his Thompson sub- I
; machine gun, wounding one man Fourth Grade--Joyce Bartz, John A telegram from Pvt. SherwoodHall {> "
before his gun jammed. Immediately DeValcourt. to his classmates and sponsorswas Ford Sales and Service

the Jerries swarmed over him, Fifth Grade-Sally McCarthy. read. PHONE 93 CLEWISTOX,, FLORIDA
beating him about the face and head Sixth Grade-Mary E. Neely'and The benediction was given by Rev. .,
with their! fists until he lost 'con Mary Keen. H. C. Meador and the recessional, r
sciousness. The corporal ...I I
was captured -
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before he could get his gun
Into action and would have been shot

only the German who took the gun ::, '-, .
did not know how to operate it. The &';,:
corporal signified his surrender but '
the Germans continued to beat him ;

despite his plea for observance of the .; f"
Geneva Convention rules. Finallyan 1. ;; ;

officer stopped the beating. ; ,,: ; .,
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The Germans questioned the corporal :YU ":"'
about American positions and
he indicated on a map that they
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were surrounded and a few seconds ii
later a reconnasiance group toppeda g' :
hill and began firing on the trucks c 'V 5 f
with a fifty-caliber machine gun. ,- 4. .R4, %' ',X # ./, .. '. yn rr' f 7F

When there was a 'break in the fir- ,
Ing the Jerries high-tailed it into ;1'> 1'h /.. "
the : woods their
nearby leaving captives -
behind.Lt. '\ l : '43LSSjL '
Owens: entered service in Au- J ? t:, .. r 'iry
gust, 1942, and went overseas in ': !:; k + g: 2t L

November of last year, beginning active I rr :-

duty there on November 11. : .. < ,
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Mr. and Mrs. I. Holland received =;

a letter from their son, Cpl. : ..
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Jimmy Holland written from Le- ;; > ::": 7t

Mans, France, where he is in a hos- -' ..' < :' ,
pital recuperating from injuries ;". I
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ceived in an accident near Nurn- -- ip'ili
berg. It was a long letter and he IY S p.b ( /, L.r *I '
told of the circumstances of his' in- ." '

jury, and of the celebrating in > : '
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France for three nights when the ; : .
war ended. Paid he couldn't be i7 g
happy however, until his feet 'are wK=
;- } ; :/ yrar pi
back on American soil again. ,., ,
Jimmie says, he was in charge ofa : ,
group of six trucks moving gas ; '.' -' % w"p 4Z7-: -

and ammunition to the front. and '
despite the fact that the Jerries were l .. .... : :: .; ..;, :
shelling the road they were unableto "7 ; c < : ;.> f :

'stop. Snipers were active in the ;: .
woods and Jimmie was sitting in his ;;;:

truck with hisfeet out the door,

truck carbine in ready front to had shoot two tires when blown the NOW RIGHT HERE will be'lit;

out by a shell and stopped. Just d\
then a shell struck
just in front of

shield where their truck he so was the showering going driver and could the side-swiped not wind-see the, NURSER y: "is/:/ ;i

ahead. Jimmie's left foot "i'"
'was caught and though he realized > .

that out his with foot the was others broken and he ran'jumped for- i See, Joe, right off our room with a big tiled on the ,days of peace Belcher has maintained its '. ':

cover; then crawled fifty yards upa bathroom between. Just wait'll)) you see that staff of Air Conditioning 'consultants who are ;, (

When muddy the ditch ambulance before brought passing him out. j bathroom, Joe, with a stall, shower just for me! ready now to confer withyou, your architect and ;: '

back by there three of the trucks had : It's going to be the kind of home Betty and I consulting engineer about your plans for Air
personal burned belongings up along, including with all his a 1 have always dreamed about.' Air Conditioned of Conditioning. -.

bring violin to which his be father.had been His hoping foot to is ", course. You ,know _. the 'modern kind of year Deposits on Carrier'Home Air Conditioning units "

much better and he says he, can hob- 'round Air Conditioning. .. are being taken now at Belcher Industries.
ble around very 'well. % '
From concluding remarks we'd :j Good luck to you, sailor. may you come home. : Orders will be filled in sequence as soon as

much judge for that Army Jimmie life doesn't and the care too : soon to Betty and the youngsters and build this possible after Victory. C

he can get out the better satisfied sooner ; dream home you're talking about And right. .

him.he'll be. And we can't say we blame '.!,, you are absolutely right about modern Air T }j

Conditioning it will be as much apart of ,

Large Crowd :At- / 1 the home of tomorrow as the roof! For modern :;

(Continued from Page" 1)) Air Conditioning will enable you to control the A Division of : ';,4-tt, '-, i' t

fifth grade; Elnora Tanner' of the weather every day in the year! 1 Belcher Oil' Company 'r:>

sixth grade; Lafe Nelson of the Of. course ,along with other essential industries y' ".
seventh grade; Lena Mae Johnson of ESTABLISHED 1915

the eighth grade; Mary Ruth John- Air Conditioning has gone to war, but with an eye MIAMI AND PORT EVERGLADES. FLORIDA
son and Sammy Young of the tenth
grade., '
Kiwanis Club" awards were made Sore Distributors in South Florida o f carrIer Air Conditioning and RtjrientionPAGE i (

by Rev. D. C, Hancock to Louise \.
Prewitt, a $25,00 bond and .Par-. \
Amelia Bourne, $10 cash. .
Special awards were as follows: r. -