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 8, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:01051
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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n ,FOUR MEN KILLED Group Blanding,of InducteesTo May 30 I LOAN TO STARCH Visitor District At Governor Kiwanis SGT. MCGEHEE HOME-

7;} IN PLANE CRASH For PreInductionA PLANT APPROVED I i Meeting Wednesday_ I j,AFTER FIVE MONTHS

N NEAR MOORE HAVEN group of Clewiston registrantswere SATURDAY BY DPCSenator I Lloyd Garr of Orlando, District i IN GERMAN PRISON

sent by the Local Board on Governor of Kiwanis for the Florida

w' May 30 to ,Camp Blanding for pre- I district, paid an official visit to the

The crash of a four-passenger induction physical examinations and Claude Pepper was inform-j j local club on Wednesday evening, I! Staff Sergeant Sidney Wilbur Mc-
Stinson plane Friday night in the it is reported that most of the group ed Saturday that the Defense Plant I I Gehee, held prisoner by the Germ
the first time the club here has been
'; dry bed of northwestern Lake $ic- was accepted subject to later call. Corporation had approved a loan of I ans for five months and-four days

pochee, five or six miles southwestof Included In the"group were: J. J. $7,500,000; for the starch plant now so honored since 1939. after the bomber! on which he was

Moore Haven brought instant Geiger, Willard Buren Williams, nearing completion here, by the Mr. Garr' was accompanied by Roy serving as a gunner was shot down

death to the pilot and his three John David Sweeney, Franklin Thomas United States Sugar Corporation. I Brewton, also of Orlando, Kiwanis !' over Austria en November 16, arrived
Bone, Paul Jones McLure, Lu- The plant *s expected to begin
passengers. i district secretary.Mr. i home Monday for a sixty day
v t The plane, owned and piloted by ther J. Sealey, Terry Hugh O'Ban- i operation sometime in July and the rest and expresses himself as being

k James A. Mitchell of Tampa, was non, Clark Edmond Hammond, new industry expected. to employas Brewton first gave a of reporton genuinely glad'to be back in Clewis-
I district Kiwanis activities the
first reported missing Friday night Holland Henry Chastain and Dale high as 2500 a year. High grade ton.
Carter Snodgrass.One starch from sweet will be year, particularly the assistance
several hours potatoes
j when it was
At the time of his' capture the
I given by Kiwanians toward the 'war I
registrant was sent up on
Miami. manufactured, a substitute for
on a flight from Tampa to B-17 on which Sgt. :McGehee was
May 27 for induction, Luther Mar- effort. '
A search was instituted immediately i tapioca which is largely controlledby serving was of the Fifteenth Air-
tin Graham. Mr. Garr's talk was concerned
from Riddle Field participating Japanese.The
; planes force based in Italy. The ship
in the search but it"was : This week a group of negro registrants starch Is vitally needed for with Kiwanis and the War but he crippled but others in the formation

E. J. Ulrich, CAA inspector "of Tampa was ,called, five for induction the production of textiles, airplane I confined the greater part of his re- wrote back to the families that it

who first spotted the wrecked and eleven for pre-induction equipment and surgical material. A marks to post-war activities and efforts -I was in control and might have reac'h-

( plane shortly before noon Sunday physicials. Three of those'called'' by-product will be ,the, use of the and the responsibilities of ,ed neutral Switzeralnd. Sgt. Mc

I and radioed to Riddle Field to send for induction were transfers, Earnest pulp for the manufacture of a, high-1 Kiwanis members civic-minded Gehee said however, that they would
McKenzie to Miami, Willie citizens toward the preservation of
grade cattle feed.COUNTY .
( ambulance to scene.
: an have made it back of their
1 I
Field officials arrived James Robinscn and Charlie Frank --- a permanent peace. He gave as his
lines alright had
not been for
I first at the scene of the crash in Brown to Eufaula, Ala., Willie Mc- opinion that America must be pre- another outburst of gunfire
Lendon and Willie Lee Houston pared to surrender a little of its over
. '" a jeep and marked out a run-way on NOW North Italy :which finished the ship
, the dry lake bed for Ulrich to land were sent :with the other group. AMONGSTATE national sovereignty" if a peaceful and forced the crew to ,bail out.
, ]his light plane The ambulance was Included in the preinductiongroup world, is to be maintained and fur-
Although of the
some men
I for time in Moore Haven were Willie Lee Fuller, Rob- ther world conflicts avoided.At were
delayed a LEADERS IN wounded all landed safely and were
! until the radio could be repaired and ert Key, George Marshall, Purcell the close of the meeting the I alive at last 'reports.

directions given. Brown, Horatio Burch, Willie Mack state officers met with the board of
Davis, George, Johnson, Jr., Ester Sgt. McGehee said he first fell into -
: The three passengers were identified SALE OF T BONDS directors to check up ,on activities '
Marshall, a transfer from Moultrie, the hands of an Italian partisanand
as Walter R. Pringle of Bay of the local club and to make suggestions -
Ga., and Milton Bousts from Tus- evaded capture until almost
: Village, Ohio John Pershing Stew- for the betterment of the
kegee, Ala. W. B. Phillips had been nightfall. His, partisan'friend was
, art of Panama City and Elton Leon I C. V. Parkinson, chairman of the club., I
' killed and he
: transferred to ,Jersey City and Joe was taken, with othersto
i t Cannon of Miami. The three are I Turner to Saginaw, Mich. !! Hendry County War Finance com- I Stalag 4' in Pomerania. When the
reported to have hired Mitchell to New Construction
mittee, stated yesterday that the I Russians threatened this area the
fly them to Miami, after missing a
:r business All-Star Team state report as' of May 26 credited i i Still Retarded I prisoners were evacuated by boat
bus, for an important con- By through the North' ,Sea and from

ference. Their identity was estab- Hendry County with 49 % comPle-1 I then on they were kept almost con-
Wins Final 'Game Lumber Control Order,
lished by Harry H. Root, Jr.; of tion of their "E" bond j stantly on the move. walking over a

Tampa from whom they had soughtto In Softball Tourney I placed, them 'in a tie with Hernando I goodly portion of Germany, until his
buy a banana boat and-they were Despite the proposed relaxation.I I' the ,
; ,- County for eighth place in the county escape on seventh or April. It
en route to'Miami to complete the of Construction Limitation Order J was only toward the last, on these
I The first half of the Glades Soft- standings.At .
-transaction.It L-41, new home building, remodel-j long forced marches, that they felt
was reported that Mitchell had ball League came to a close, Friday that report Lee County was ing; maintenance and repair 'will be the pinch of hunger and he said he

done little night flying and scarcely evening when the All-Star team won leading all, other counties of the held back; by, the rigid lumber con- I once went without food,, for three
no instrument flying and it is believed the third. ,and aeciding game ,of the "
state with 73 percent'of the quota trol order L-335, according. H. days simply because they were unable -
playoff. This was one of the best I
that when he struck the heavy
i i R. Northup, Secretary, National Re- to reach a source of, supply.
both raised.
: ti fog and smoke that night and hadn games of the s ason'with ,Association,
tail,, Lumber Dealers
teams fighting right! down to ihe After his escape he, with a groupof
to resort to instruments, that it may Sales are continuing, Mr. Parkinson Washington, D C,
have confused. him and: caused him last, out.. :The:"straw;, that broke the ,said, :at afairJy. brisk rate andif companions wondered for four
.""1. : ba'ckvasSi "The new -WjP.B. order ..which teen days befow- rpaohing their"owiiIlines.
!, to fly dlrectly,1nto ,.groUM.'TMplane camel's : --home, run in the: the present trend continues it appears "
\ first inning, by Frank Harben with reportedly allows.t \llitO $1,000 per He had received a flak'
was completely telescoped and likely that the county'will raise
year' to be spent in new construction wound in the kneeand in the
two men on. Bobby ,Hare of the ( hip
buried its
, :; I :.the engine of the plane was $78,000 "E" bond quota.
\ Sugar Mill team, twirled beautiful on a home or dwelling unit puts the and was immediately sent back to
in the ground for five feet or more. The sale of other type bonds has "
: r Only a, few inches of the propellor game allowing only two ,hits and I lumber dealer, squarely,_ the spot, I England for hospitalization. He was
only recently begun and 110'report
Secretary Northup stated. sent home hospital ship land-
on a
walking He had perfect ,
the None of the ,support -
i was out of ground. has as yet been given of these sales.
I bodies were recognizable.The in the field, the team living up I Since these are the bonds which are It is stated the new order will per-I ing in New York on May 29, and,

plane did not explode and to its name, All-Stars. The Riddle mit the expenditure of $1,000 on since he had been questioned while
. I purchased in, quantity by the large ,
ii "burn. Field team _never, gave up but just corporations it is impossible to make I each dwelling unit, rather than on I In England, he was 'able to come

The bodies of the men were removed could not get, to Bobby for hits as an estimate at this time of how the each structure. This means that home almost at once.

1 from the wreckage and taken he had perfect'control.. Rhulander, over-all sales are doing. $2,000 can be spent pn a duplex, I Despite the defeat of Germany

by the Riddle ambulance to the Van stalwart catcher for Riddle ,Field, $3,000 on a three-family apartment, escaped prisoners are not yet allowed -

: : Tetten Funeral Home in Arcadia. got to Hare for two,hits, one a home- 'The May 26 report shows that and so on, up to $5,000. Also, $1- to divulge their method of escape -

\ Pringle is said to have had a wife run on anybody's field. He also Florida counties many of, them, are 000 can be spent on the farm home. or evasion but it ia certain that

1 I I and three children living in Fort connected for a single and was l lagging far behind on the sale of "Lumber Control Order L-335 I when these restrictions are lifted

: Lauderdale. Mitchell operated a thrown out trying to stretch it into "E" bonds. One small county in'1 I, still allows the dealer to sell only I that Sgt. McGehee will be able to
: double. The final North Florida had sold only two ten the lumber he sold !in tell '
: flying school !In Tampa and is survived a score for the percent of I a most interesting 'story.

i by his widow, a son, James A. third game was, ,All-Stars 5, Riddle tenths of one per cent of their quota 1944 on retail sales unless the pur- I Sgt. McGehee paid high tribute, to

:' (Continued on Page 8) Field 1. I and many other counties were still chaser has a farm certificate or' prio- I the Red Cross, particularly to the

There''were many thrilling plays below ten per, cent. This report'showed rity rating," Northup. explained. j' food bundles which they saved for

L 111 iHealth Forces and goo'd hitting In thisrleb tin ,that only 39 per cent of the "Even when lumber for 'new con- I several months in order to have a

s the writer's opinion the 'outstanding state's fifty million dollar "E" bond I struction' within homes was limited big Christmas dinner. He said that

I Lovvorn Resignation feature was the daring base- quota had been raised. I to $2-o0 per year, there was scarcely i Christmas dinner was the finest

running of Woods, 2nd baseman of ----- enough 'free' lumber to meet de-I meal he ,ever ate. Not all the food

the PWD team. He had the opposition New Minister AssignedFor mands in many sections." I bundles of the Red Cross got through,
C. J. Lovvorn, who for the past
up. in the air with his speed said to raise
New Order L-41 isv I (Continued on Page 8)
f : twelve years has been connected with and was not thrown out once in his Methodist Church I i "new construction" permitted with-I
If i the and ,
payroll timekeeping departments -
thefts. I out farm certificate priority rat-
--- Cadet Club Orchestra
f of the United States Sugar
The second half of the i
league ing from $200 home to $1,000
recent per
Rev.. W. S. Bozeman, a
Corporation and head of the
k ment for the past four or five depart-years, (Continued on Page 8) graduate f' Emory University of per, dwelling unit; from $1,000 to Makes Last ,AppearanceWednesday

, J 'J resigned his position effective June ---- Atlanta, arrived in Moore Haven $5,000 on commercial stores, shops I.. __
Hot Weather Little Thursday and will serve: during this etc., and from $5,000 to $25,000 on
,d 1. ,Ill health was given by Mr. Lov- I evening saw the last
Industrial building including log-
his conference year as minister of the
vorn as reason for resignation
k\\ -at this time. Rain (This Week Methodist Church in Moore Haven ging, lumber'and sawmills, but not Clewiston appearance of the now
I famous Riddle Field Cadet Club orchestra
including distribution yards. This ,
recently Methodist
V Mr. Lovvorn atyj the 'organised -
was replaced Satur- I
and at the same time, an
will boost the dollar volume allowed
day by John Kcttl who has been with The weather in Clewiston can be Church in Clewiston. I all time high was reached in enjoyment
without priority more than five times
It is not known just how time
the corporation since 1928. He quickly summed up for the past week of the dance.
above the prior regulation.In I
will be divided between the churches -
served for many years as sugar house with plenty of heat, a: couple of The members of the orchestra, I
timekeeper and about six monthsago high winds and only a very weak effort in the two ''communities but the addition to the relaxations "Bob" Roland Barlow,' piano, Herbert -
pastor will reside in the parsonageat given above, the farmer still retains
came to the office as Mr. Lov- at a rain and the drought continued Singleton, clarinet, Reginald
vorn's assistant. Moore Haven. the right to'spend $1,000 on his farm I
with eleven and a half inch Williams, accordian, and Gordon
Mr. Lovvorn made no announce- deficiency in rainfall since January1st. This is the first year that a pas- I' plant 'buildings per year. Blanford, drums, were presented silver -

,S ment as to plans for the future other tor has been assigned to a Methodist Furthermore, permission will be identification bracelets in ,appreciation -
than Church in Clewiston and, untilit granted for "new construction" of ,I
he would visit for a while The high point in temperatureswas of the time and effort ex-
; in Winter Haven, Monticello and I reached here Saturday with 98 is possible for the Methodists to churches, schools and hospitals up to pended, not only at the Cadet Club,
New Orleans.Woman's. erect a church here Clewiston will $10,000.
degrees and not Tuesday of but throughout the community.C. .
be a charge of the Moore Haven While increasing the amount from
last week has the maximum
---- been be-
A. Foss, of Moore assisted -
pastorate.Rev. $200 on the home per year to $1-
Association low ninety degrees But hot as it has with the orchestra Wednesday
been records show that, there ., Lewis Minter, who organized 000 on each dwelling unit, the revised -
evening, and has promised to return p
the church here and has conducted Order L-41 will provide that
1 To Hold Anniversary plenty of ninety degrree weather as again. S t
; services periodically in the libr- repair, maintenance and remodelingor ,
far. back as the latter part of February ___
k Meeting Thursday Nite and a 98 was recorded on ary room at the city hall, has been ( new construction) must all come

I April25., transferred to 'Melrose, Fla., near under the $1,000 limitation. Pvt. Louis Wethington

;: t The Woman's Association of the A high wind Tuesday 'afternoon ''I Gainesville I "If the public is to receive the Completes Training g

i I.. f I Community ,Church will hold a coverS whipped the muck on surrounding materials that the revised L-41 will

: ed dish dinner and birthday meeting farms into great black clouds and a Legion To Hold lead it to expect, some, revision will
: r' commemorating the eighteenth terrific rain appeared to be in the have to be made in L-335," Secre- CHANUTE FIELD, Ill. Pvt.

; I anniversary o. the local organization offing but the wind died down and Installation Of tary Northup asserted. "OtherwiseL41 Louis 'W. Wellington, son of L. W.

on Thursday night, June 14. the rain clouds passed, the result- revised merely permits peopleto Wethington, Clewiston, Florida, has
j t Guest speakers for the evening ing final drizzle amounting to only Officers Tuesday try to get the materials with completed training and has been
'.08 of inch.R. which to build." graduated from this school of the
I will be Dr. and Mrs. Chas. H. an
i': 'I \ Crooks, medical missionaries to Clewiston American Legion Post In commenting on the relaxationof Army Air Forces. Training Com-

Thailand who are now vacationing No. 93 will hold its annual installa- the limitation order, R. C. Wilsonof mand.

I in St. Augustine. Mrs. Crooks' subject ,Hall, Mrs. T., E. Conkling and tion of officers at the regular June the Bishop-Wilson Lumber Com- While attending this Army Air

l will be, "A Tribute to the Oriental Mrs. W. H. Lanier are making plans meeting which will be held Tuesday pany said that It would be mighty Forces Training Command school he

,J I I r. Woman" Dr. Crooks will for the affair, and a cordial invita- evening of next week at the Inn. fine If' the lumber dealers were allowed received instruction in the Elec-

': f conduct a question period and show tion Is extended to all who are This Is one of the outstanding to buy lumber without prio- tronics Course, and in various

curios and native handicraft of interested to attend, ,particularly meetings of the year and every rities to fill the' demand.' Until technical operations vital to the

r Thailand. men. Rolls, drinks. and dessert will member is urged to be present tint lumber is available it 'will have lit- maintenance of ,the county's fighting

; A committee composed of Mrs. H. be furnished.. !I night. tle or no effect. planes.THE 6r

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r urged t.o No bid may be withdrawn after the (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, '
ladies of the church are
background. The money was ear- schedule time for receipt of bids fora Clerk Circuit Court,
Huge Sum Paid For marked solely for the low payed attend.G. 1 period of thirty days. Hendry County, Florida.
to reject H. A. RIDER,
servicemen's families, and all that Is A. meets at the church Wed- The Board reserves the right informalities
Delivering Babies any or all bids and to waive all Attorney for Plaintiff [
needed to be certified is the ratingof nesday at 3:30 p. m. R. A. meetsat or irregularities, If to their LaBelle, Fla.
advantage to do go. June 1, 8, 15, 22, 1945.
Aside from the care of the mother We are still receiving many Hendry County FloridaBy

before, during delivery and six blessings from the study of the Bookof E. M.ChairmanBy Cornette Seal LEGAL NOTICE
famed emergency i ___
nation's the receives A verse by verse Seal _
weeks afterward, baby II Corinthians. C. E. Weaver
maternity and infant care (EMIC) Secretary TO PRIV. OLAN EARNEST FUSSELL,
check-ups until it has passed its first exposition is given of each chapter.We 1 I ,
program which has been universally '[June 1, 1945 Dated A. S N. 34974774, A. P. O. 11538,
year. Nearly 500 Florida babies will study Chapter 6 next Wednesday [Attest: Bert D. Keck, c-o POSTMASTER, SAN FRAN-
'supervised by State Boards in the "sick" category have and pxtend to.you avery I Architect. stuart Florida.- I CISCO, CALIFORNIA:
hounds into itq second year this coming withus. 1 June 1, 8, 15, 1945.LEGAL. I You are hereby notified that Bill for
[ required special medical and nursing cordial invitation to be present II Divorce has been filed against you by
Lucille J. Marsh, dieclor -
ci Ir, with Dr. care during the past two years. .. I Mary Janet Fussell in the Circuit
bureau of Maternal NOTICE I Court ,
1t of Florida's I I of Hendry County Florida at
Child Health reporting TheJ program is designated to run Choir practice Thursday at 8 LaBolle, and you are- -required to 'appear
and i "for the duration, plus six months (II p. m. All singers are urged to at- TO PRIV. KENNETH HENDRICK- In said suit on July 2, 1945, or .
Nearly $1,000,000 paid to private said, SON, A. S. N. 17010705, 3rd Air the Bill will be taken as confessed. -
thereafter. All cases, it was ; with the music for I I .
and help SEAL
tend (
physicians and hospitals participating -I I Transport Squadron (Mobile), ) WILLIAM T. HULL
that are certified prior to the closing Fathers Day.Sunday A. P. O. 466, c-o Postmaster, Clerk Circuit Court,
: in the program. I date, will be cared for until com- June 17, is Fathers Day New York N. Y.: H. A. RIDER Hendry, County, Florida.
had not been in war I You are hereby notified that Bill for ,
The country c
special Attorney for Plaintiff
pleted. and our church will give Divorce has been filed against you by
long until it was obvious that the of the mothersand Callie Curry Hondrickson' in the Circuit LaBelle, Fla.
portion urging a/|
A large recognition to it. We are June .1, 8, 15, 22, 1945.
low pay grade servicemen could not I babies receiving benefits of the i greater number of men in attendance j at LaBelle Court ,of and Hendry you County are required Florida to \

'maintain their families and also pay EMIC care have been visitors in at the worship service of that day Ai|appear in said suit on July 2, 1945 or LIt LI

'Tor the world's greatest increase in Florida, following their servicemen than we have women and children. the Bill. will be taken .as confessed. I

babies on their low pay allotments. I husbands. Many have already left I Children, get Daddy there for this I --'"

With this realization, Congress has the state, and many are still to come. day! F. Deane Duff

Appropriated more than $70,000,000tor ; ,I To receive the care, all that is necessary i

the purpose of prenatal,. delivery i is to fill out the blank, avail ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL REGISTERED REAL ESTATE

and postpartum care of 800,000 able through a private physician CHURCH BROKER.

:.>mothers, plus the care of the babies I participating in the work, the local / I Glades, Hendry and Palm Beach

l1\n they have reached the age of j health department or the Red Cross. I I II Services every un< at 8:30a. Ii 1 County. Land" for More Than
Community i
S3 Yearn
.one year. If the applicant is a stranger and |I m., at Clewiston I "
not familiar with local physicians, I i r.I

service-nn either of the latter' two agencies I Church.THE REV. S. D. MASOK \ I

into the world list of participating Priest in Charge. I II II II
bare been ushered will give her a I

binder the EMIC program, supervised ,I I doctors. Part of the application is Ito I '

by the State Board of Health, be filled out by the prospective ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO.

"with 6,354 babies "on their way, mother, the rest by the physicians.It j .---

and: already certified." is then sent to the State Board of Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor \ G. Nottingham, Agent

)?Dr: Marsh:! explained that race, Health for certification. After that, Mass: Clewiston 9:00 a. m.Pahokee I I Box 6327
is not considerd the serviceman's wife has no more 11:00 a. m. I
screed CTr nationality I I Clewiston FloridaJohnson's
< when applications are being processed I worries as to where the money, is -- 'I J LJ I

for this care. Nor are questions coming from to pay for her baby Graham Paige Motors Corp. tp

asked pertaining to financial I The .expense falls upon the shoulders has produced .almost 1,500 "Alliga- \ jI

of her Uncle Sam, Godfather of i tors," including the most deadly of I
---- nearly 1,000,000 servicemen's babies -!i all amphibious tanks-the L VT3I *km* lnsu7fd'a/i JI I

C born during the past two years. I which went'' into action for the first ctikJu lflIIJ n9JI Fish Camp I

I time at Okinwa. I (Near Hurricane Gate) (
- -- ---- Clewiston, Fla.
theFuture I .I ;l.-.
Look to i'CHURCH I ; -when your Boats and lIotorsuldel Service

David <3. Hancock, Minister I II ADVER.TISrjMKXT FOR RIDS Rates ReasonableW. I

FOR SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION BUILDING OF savings\work here,helping H. Johnson, Mgr.

Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr.' C. i iI bed, respcnsibte families

i Gericke superintendent. Classes Sealed proposals and/or bids will be' N. .H.N. N.NNNNN. NNNINM. .
r E. II Public In- Ask I.:. NNN NN: .NN. ;":: : ::N:N:N:
!i received by the Board of !OWR .their"own homes.
for all ages.Morning struction, Hendry County, Florida, at FOR
i Worship, 11:00 a. m. A!I. the office of the Board in the Court i iI information. I
,. House building at LaBelle, Florida, for complete 1
children is con- :: TAXICABS
small I
nursery :I until 1:30: o'clock P. M.. Eastern War.Time \ : : .
ducted by the Mothers' Club at the June 15, 1945 at which time andS I'I'I !
Community Center. 1 S place all bids received will be publIcly I:, DAY, AND NITE SERVICE _:
opened and read aloud, for the
"The Childlike Heart" is the tWme\, construction of a school building to' I.>: PHONE. 18 $:
The War Hendry County -
After of the minister's sermon. \be, erected Florida,at including Clewiston, plumbing and ..'...or.. .".."."..".."'.."....."..""."'...."....."....."..:....,............:,>
Westminster Fellowship, 6:00: ip.,( electrical work more fully describedin I
t m. at the home of Edith Long. the" plans and specifications prepared Clewiston Federal I"
You Will Want To -- -School by Bert D. Keck, Architect,
Annual Vacation Church \ Stuart, Florida, for the Board of Pub- I FLOWERSCut '
11 at 9:00 lic Instruction Hendry County, FlorIda
will begin Monday, June LoanAssociation
r Build A Home a. m., at the church. There will be All. for applications project Fla.for 8-345 plans N.F.and specifications I I'l Savings! and flowers for delivery here or

i classes, Bible stories, games, craft shall be accompanied by a for delivery an"where' U. S.
C check of deposit, payable to Bert D.
work, and worship for all ages from :! by wee.I .
Keck, Architect, in the sum of, $25.00 .
beginners through junior high school. as' a guarantee for the return of the I MRS. J. M. FOUNTAIN .-
plans and documents. After a bid has I ,.., '
Everyone is invited.' been submitted, this 'deposit will be Day Phone 82'Night Phone 148-W
'I refunded upon return of said plans, i!
I BAPTIST CHURCH ( and documents in good condition. I _
I It Will Pay You To within two days after receipt of bids. u
\ H. C. Meador, Pastor
is not submitted, the
In case a bid . . . . . . . . .
j I amount of the deposit will be refunded \I/IN N.NININ. .N.NIN. .N.N.N.N.N....N.N, .N.N.N....N, .M NIN. .N.M.N.NIN.. .f I.NIN. .N.NIN. .N....N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.NIN. .M.":.N.N.
r less $15.00, upon the return of the ::: ?
Buy Your. Lots "THE SINGING CHURCH"I I plans and specifications. in good con- v
:. Sunday School-9":45 a. m. dition.
There will be one office copy of said . .
Morning 'Worship-11:00 a. m. plans and specifications on file' in the :_: : '< .' : : .> Assembly of God {:

NOWCLEWISTON Training Union-6:45: p. m. office of .the Board of Public Instruc- 'I ... :;:: ..
tion, and one in the office of the .s. ,. :. .:
I Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. Architect, Krueger Elder., Stuart, Flor .;. && >:::::: ;::=t Prayer Service Wed., 8:00 p. m. 1 Ilda, and one in the office at 229 Sunrise I .
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t I In the absence of the pastor Rev. I I II Ave., Palm Beach., Florida, where I I:;: Fl;; l. .; *
plans may be viewed by prospective l ..
Albert D. Dawson will bring the bidders, but such plans shall not be .s.: t' ::<':''>":""9c\::: <::'<,;: '' School ......n.......__.__......._?. 10:00 A. M. ...
; I messages this Sunday. Brother!',taken out.Plans I ::: \..>: -M..nJ.rtt,: { I ISt
for bidding shall be arrangedfor .s. : Morning Worship m.m.. .... 11:00 A. 3f..L.
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and comes among us with much I I i Superintendent Each bid shall of be Public accompanied Instruction.by a | .S:. Evangelistic ServiceWeekly .. .....__._.....____ 8:00 P. M. :.:::.
zeal and vigor for his work. You check, :
certified check, Cashier's or
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will appreciate his messages and enjoy -' bid bond equal to 5 percent of the .:.. Services, Tuesday" .....____ 8:00 P. M. :s:
bnA bid thereon payable to the Board ,, S
REALTYCORPORATION I the fellowship of our church. Be of Public Instruction! Hendry County, :;: st Young People's Service Friday .......,8:00 P. M. :i:
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;.t ,r admire 1'1..Jork SUNDAY LessonBy l

Although I just Know I cant hhhhhhhhhhhMMMhhM hMMMMMMMMhM MhhhhhhhMher .

worth HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D, D. The Questions than the army man of World
paint i cent. IWNUSrrvltt Of The Moody Bible Institute of.Chicago. War I
Released by Western Newspaper Union. .
I And people who} SaytN I, 1. Was Beau Brummel a real or The Answers

dora "ee it thzt Notes of a New Yorker: fictitious character? '
way-- ,
An Argentine official was address. Lesson for June 10 2. What is the tactile sense? 1. Real (George B, Brummel).
i They dive rrse &. pain U)
my lug a gathering of Col. Peron's officers 3. When Noah sailed in the Ark 2. The sense of touch.

Tempert.meTt.'C, clique. He shouted: "The pluto- Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se how many" women were aboard?
?' nM crats who are responsible for this lected and copyrighted by International 3. Four Noah's wife, Shem's
Council of Religious Education; used by 4, What coat of arms suggestedthe wife
)1. Japheth's wife and Ham'swife.
war must not go unpunished! The permission. ,
\Ic1 use of stars and stripes in the .
Yankee and British imperialists who .
a1 are trying to squeeze our beloved THE MINISTRY OF JESUS flag? 4. The coat of arms of the Washington -
Argentina to the wall attempted to 5. What one thing' remained in family.

do 'the same to Germany. That is LESSON TEXT-Mark 1:14 15; Luke 4: Pandora's box? 5. Hope.

is why the German nation under 16.21 GOLDEN; Mark TEXT-I 8:27a, 29. am 31. come that they,, 6. What Biblical characters wentto ,6. Elijah and Enoch.

Hitler struck back at their enemies.Nor might have life, and that they might have It heaven without dying? 7. Yes, soldiers of this war are

WNU Features. can we allow the Jewish-Bol more abundantly.-John 10:10. t 7. Is the army man of today tall- two-thirds of an inch taller.

I shevik alliance (which emanates

from Moscow) to hem us in. We, The dawn of anew day had comer

'" too, must try to 'save the world The' long-promised and expected, It's Easy to Paint MONEY CAN'T BUY
: CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT Messiah to break the 400 aspirin faster-acting, more dependableor
j from the Red menace! years Or Stencil Roses better. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin,
At that moment a messenger of silence by His personal presence.We world's largest seller at lOc. Why pay

'r1 placed a slip of paper into the speaker learn of His coming, His more? Big 100 tablet size for only SSo.

:' 's hand. He glanced at it and life and ministry, His death and IF YOU would like to add real

I': INSTRUCTION read, "Argentina invited to World resurrection, and find the prom- charm to any room try your

Security Conference." ise of His coming again in the four hand at painting roses. With a

r, New booklet"SOIL describes SAVING and Uustrates vari- Startled, the official cleared his Gospels. They are our complete lesson guide for either stenciling or trac-

I ous simple and economical plans for control for this but ing, they are as to do as
obviously easy
Sunday any
: of terrace outlets, draws and ditches. Also throat and resumed: "And so, in we -

details Money for back surveying guarantee and building enclosed.terraces.Send conclusion, gentlemen, I say, 'Long ,, cannot review them in their en-. other flower-just fill in the pet- 'I ,(

check or money order to JOHN A. Mc- live Democracy!" tirety in our limited space. als with lovely rose tones and theROSES _

FARLAND, Box .152 Greenville, Texas. Our Scripture references speak of:

I. ooks-Encyclopedia of American, Englis Eat-Your-Own-Words Dep't: Edward His ministry in presenting the good RECLAIMED,!;6'pro=?;; 4vs dW, STENCILED

Corpus Law'on Juris law,and American procedure bankrup, on evidence reports, R. Stettinius, in a letter to news of the gospel to needy man- WINDDEOWSHA /0 W ON WALL
f, lawyers' reports (annotated),fed, reporter, Rep. Jack Anderson of California kind. PAINTED '; TRAY
Georgia reports. We buy old books. Book r
Shop, 415 Broadway, Macon, Ga. Ph. 7887. (dated January 28, 1945) wrote that I. The Good News Preached STENCILED' +.LAMP SHADE AND

MISCELLANEOUS the U. S. "should not enter into (Mark 1:14, (i5)). _

normal diplomatic relations with the Jesus always honored preachingas

Rld.o roaches-Roaeh formula in 24 hrs.guaranteed or money refunded.to eliminate Fascist military clique which is in the primary and the .effective'means Mr S II

Lifetime service. Simple! Safe! Sure! Send control of Argentina." of spreading the good news
25c; (coin). Formula for eliminating house a
fUes-mosquitos-bedbugs, free. Send name of the gospel.

And,address Drawer with II II 25c, Vero(coin Beach) to Pest, Florida.Control A couple of dainty debs tripped The forerunner, John the Baptist, WED. THURS.-FRI.-SAT.

into a swank bar. "I never drink in had borne his witness. Jesus had Y'' 7:151. m.(CWT); 8:15 a.m. (EWT) I
the afternoon," said the first, expertly come, had been baptized, and as p lvci SUNDAY
8:19 a.m.(CWT);9:15: a.m.(EWT)
H Bu War /3o11d3AncIJeej settling herself on the stool, "but John was"cast into prison, He' beganto Yovr Favorite CBS Station

I'm simply beat. Gotta have some- preach, "Repent ye and believethe

thing to pep me ,up." gospel." The key verse of Markis
leaves with soft add
:Jheln "Me, too," moaned her friend. 10:45: : "For even the Son of Man' greens, any
flourishes or shading that
may appeal -
"What were you doing? came:: not to be ministered unto, but,
to and there
"Oh, gahd," was the reply, "I to minister." The characteristic you you
just came from the most. awful cock- words are "straightway," "forth- .'
MINOR SKIN IRRITATIONS I 5C tail The room shown here should give youa
'TRIPLESIZE party. with, and "immediately. The start toward your own rosy future. FOR QUICK RELIEF !

LII Greek word thus translated appears -, Graceful rose patterns are painted around
BOt At the Metropole Cafe folks dis- about forty times in the book.' the window frame and on the window ss
I WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY shade, on the old rocker, the foot stool,
cussing the pro-and-conference news The Servant of, God went quickly' the chest of drawers, the lamp base and A Soothing
mentioned that "Frisco" isn't the about the Father's business. Chris-: shade and a tin tray. With this one flower ANTISEPTIC S A LV E

1 term San Franciscans prefer when tians, can we say 'the same for our-: theme an assortment of odds and ends :Used by thousands with satisfactory fe*
referring to that may be brought into harmony. suits for 40 valuable I
great 'city. selves? .. years-six ingrediJ
"Hmmmm remarked ents. Get Carboil at drug stores or writo
B L a wag, II. The Good News Practiced NOTE-Pattern 260 gives seven different Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn.

Take E1'J! fir "whaddaya, hear from Joe San (Luke 4:16-21): ). rose designs-large and small, borders, f'
Francisco lately?" The sprays and single flowers for every pur
daily ministry of.Jesus as He
pose. For stencils or tracing. May be
lived here' on earth is summarizedin used over and over. Complete directionsand

A San Francisco' gazette of the the prophecy of His coming color guide included. To get Pattern SAVE YOUR SCRAP j

crime ridden Gold Rush period which was given by Isaiah the 260, send 15 cents with name and address
r t carried this item: "Some contend prophet. As we read these words, rdirect: p, TO HELP GAIN

that there are really no laws in we realize that we who professto :
force here but the divine law and MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS I.
No matter how many medicinesyou follow Him need to learn more of ICTORYOld

I have tried for constipation, the law of nature; while othersare His spirit of tender and loving serv- Bedford Hills Drawer 10 New. York

; ,we urge you to try B-L with the of the opinion that there are ice to others. 'qI
Enclose 15 No. 260.
, understanding that B-L_ must laws in force here, if they could only Having been prepared by the thirty cents for Pattern t

I bring you excellent results or be found" Newspaper men of years of privacy, and more particu- Name RUBBER and PAPER II I I IOff1IES'
your money back. Caution: Use that hurled insults
I only as directed. day both verballyand larly by the baptism and the Address- II
in print. Some wrote satiri- temptation in the wilderness, He I

cal verse. They, took sides in appeared at the synagogue in Nazareth -'

political quarrels to the point of. fist to declare Himself as the ful

: a fights and duels. fillment of prophecy. ,Church Accommodates but '

\ Many One editor hung a. placard over Those who teach that Jesus was Three People at One Time )e'tv6RII16I1TtlOWER

his desk, reading: "Subscriptions received only a young Jewish teacher with a

/ 6 Insects from 9 to 4; challenges from new philosophy of life have evidently .
11 to'12 only." Of the many little houses of
on not read the Scriptures. He knew worship scattered about the United WINDOW
Himself to be God's Son come into is SHADES NEARLY TO I
States the smallest
1 Shrubs, In the course of one of his lecture the world to bring the good news of the stone, probably structure located at Cov- THE SILL PLACCTANGLEFOOT

Vegetablesand tours, Mark Twain made a salvation by His own blood to poor, ington, Ky., and known as Monte

i'i'a stopover at a small California town. sin-captive, blinded and bruised hu- Cassino. About 6 feet wide and 8 FLY EARLY PAPER MORNING WHERE
Before dinner he visited the barber manity. He is the Saviour
feet deep, it can accommodate UGHT WILLATTRACT
for shave. .
shop a "You're a Look at Isaiah 61:1, 2 and note 3 time. Within
flowers at a FUSS
1 stranger in,town, aren't you? quer-
that Jesus before
stopped reading are several kneeling benches and TO IT.WORKS.
I I Tebieco By.Product ied the barber.
the end of the sentence. "The dayof lIKE
& Chtmleal altar.'
Corp. an
"Yes, Twain replied. "This is
Incorporated my vengeance of our God" will come A CHARM
I LoultvllU,Kentucky first time here." On land adjoining his home at
when Christ returns. This,is the dayof
1 "You chose a good time to come," grace. Sinners are urged to accept Sparta, Wis., Paul Wegner builta
the barber continued ".Mark Twainis small church of stone and steelso
God's love now.
I I, ',, going to lecture tonight. Think III. The Good News Prepared that persons of any faith would TANGLEF00T

! t1i'38to52' you'll be going?" have an opportunity to worshipany
(Mark, 8:27a, 29, 31)).
"Oh I time. It seats 12 An
guess so. Jesus preached the gospel of the persons.

are embarrassed "Have you bought your ticket? If kingdom. He went about doing 8 by 14 foot church at Wood- N's the old reliable that nfver faill. t
you by
you haven't, you'll have to stand, good, but always He knew Himselfto bridge, N. J., was built to accommodate Economical not rationed. For laid at

HOI 'fLASHES? 'cause everything is sold out," be the Christ, the One who was 18 persons.At hardware drug and grocery store

warned the barber. Festina Iowa a Catholic CATCHES THE GERM A3 WELL AS THE HY ,
to die for the sins of the world and, ,
\ f aTS "Doggone! cussed 'Twain "I to arise again for the justification of church seating eight persons is the / tY r

never sa\y such confounded luck! those who put their trust in Him. scene of services held once year-

k tee you weak suffer, nervous from, hot htghstrung flashes, Every time that" fellow lectures, I Even those who deny to our Christ ly. It was built years ago by a

Rfir a tional bit blue at times-due to the func- have to stand! the recognition of His deity, and the veteran ,of French wars who voy-
"middle-age" period peculiar to
women-try this great medicine-Lydla devotion of life which is His just aged to the United States and set-
A west coast THE TANGLEFOOT COMPANY.Grand Rap ds 4. Arch.III r
E. PInkham's war plant has
Vegetable Compound to due, must, if they are at all intel- tled in Iowa.
relieve such
symptoms. PlnJtham's
a of
Compound HELPS NATURE. It's one of way ligent, admit that no man ever
the best known medicines for this checking absenteeism. A labor- lived who has made such an impacton
purpose. Follow label directions. management committee investi-
human history. Even now, unbelieving .
all who 1 a a
gates employes do not
men speak of Him as the
report for work. If it is found
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founder of Christianity, a mighty
that an individual has been
leader, a wonderful example, or an, This package contains a combination of minerals producedand
needlessly absent, the follow- unequalled teacher.It compounded by Nature alone with no aruficialia.
ing payday he receives some gredients nor man-made drugs. When you mix it with your
is not enough that we stand with drinking water according to directions and drink Crazy
4 Jap currency in his envelopeand the mass of humanity who may thus Water day after day, you join millions who have attackedthe
a note which reads: "The cause of their troubles. Gently but surely Crazy Water
0 wI admire Him, but who do not count stimulates three main cleansing channels-kidney, skin
extra money is a bonus sent Him Saviour and Lord. The and intestinal elimination. Crazy Water brings positive
For You To Feel Well by the Mikado. It is Hirohito's as ques- 8 benefits in faulty elimination, the cause and aggravating: s
I tion comes to us as it did to the factor of rheumatic pains, digestive orders, constipation,
,, 24 hours every day 7 days every personal regard for your fail- disciples, "Whom say ye that I. excess acidity, etc. Get a package of Crazy Water Crystals
r week, never stopping, kidneys :filter ure to report for work. He was at your drug store today.
waste matter from the blood. am?" "Thou art the Christ"thisalone

K more people were aware of how the glad to pay you for not snaking suffices as the foundation for '_. .... .. '"- __'__ _H .. kidneys must constantly ::: > .. ; ,
remove surplus the war materials our sol- -< ; -
Quid, excess acids and other waste Christian testimony and conduct. ii
I matter that cannot stay in the bloodwithout diers need." Jesus not p j : ll6ql tf :{f .;iq ,(j Q if:j

injury j to health, there would Although was yet readyto ..' ._ c be better understanding of why the have His Messiahship proclaimed -
whole system is upset when kidneys fail The mother of a bobbysoxer hada
to function properly. rude the to the public, He was prepared -
awakening other
Burning,scanty or too frequent urina- day. to teach His disciples concern-
tion sometimes warns that something She learned her daughter was
: no
is wrong. You may suffer nagging back- longer a child. The daughter'sfriend ing not only that important.truth, but. Sc OTH1IIIP 1KB
ache, headaches, dizziness, rheumatic of His 'rejection and death.
pains getting up at nights: swelling. had planned a gathering fora ,
Why not try Doan Pills You will of Note the divine "must" (v. 31). i-
bo using a medicine recommended the group youthful sailors, just recently While it is true that wicked men TIRED A I .
country over.Doan'i stimulate the function pressed into the service.
of tho kidneys and help them to When the showed their hostility toward 'our
flush out poisonous waste! from the teen-ager was leaving Christ Bruises Stiff Joints ,
God and His by hanging Him
blood. They contain nothing harmful. the house, the mother said, "Havea Sprains i
Get Doan'i today. Use with confidence. the on Calvary's cross, yet it was to
good time at party, dear and
At all drug stores. ,
be die for our sins that He, came into
a good-girl.
the world. The cross has rightly
To which
daughter quipped: "Oh,
come to represent God's love to the
mother "
up your mind!
world rather than man's hostility to

God ,



The Clewiston News ficult to find another part of the ment and is hoping that will. be at Reahard will leave Florida the"first i j I Lanier, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. R. C.
country where as much flying time Miami Beach. I of the week to make their home in |! Wilson, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. H.
could be put in In a year as here or South America. I R. Hall and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt. q",; :
Published every Friday In Clewlaton, where better terrain could be found We hope Pat McGehee will forgive I Other guests .were Mrs. Frank D. / f... ;
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, over which to fly. But we don't Mauryne for letting us read a couple 1 I Veltri, Mrs. J. H. Walker, Mrs. A. I SHOWER-LUNCHEON HONORS f "
Tnc. happen to be a flier and our, opinions -I'1! of his letters which were written D. Richardson and Mrs. J. D. Left- BETTE BLOOMER .

are only second-handed.. i: the middle of May while he was wich, JT. Mrs. Ziler was assistedby l1\nss : ,
Entered as second class mall matter I ---- I convalescing In a hospital in India Mrs. F. E. Hunziker and Mrs. I ,
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In Coming as a pre-nuptial event before -
Cfewlston, Florida, under the Act of Six Young People I from an attack of malaria. They Marty. Bennett her marriage to R. L. Richardson -
March 3, 1897. were pouring the atabrine tablets to
this week, was the luncheon-
.. To Attend ConferenceSix i him thick and fast and his temperature BRIDGE CLUB :MEETS shower given in honor of Miss Bette
O RR I was doing a hula dance but the
SETTLE, Publisher I THO3IAS j Bloomer by Mrs. Frank D. Veltri
letters he wrote were not Influenced -
Subscription Rate-f.2.50 Per YearAdvertising young people, all members of i last Friday.
the Westminster Guild of the Community -i by fluctuating temperature Mrs. G. B. Thomas was hostess to : Other guests were Mrs. J. C.
Rates On Application. j I for they were interesting and clever.
<< -
Church, will attend the state her bridge club Wednesday afternoon I Ziler, Mrs. Fred E. Hunziker, Mrs.
Pat had just enjoyed his first .
conference of the Presbyterian I at her home. High score was Wilson Dozier, Mrs. A. D. Richardson -
Devoted to the advancement and welfare Church for young people at Lake and taste said of ice cream in seven months of held by Mrs. R. M. Bishop, while Miss Libby McCampbell, Miss
he been dreaming
of Clewlston and Henary County. Alfred beginning nextTuesday and had Mrs. D. G. Alston was cut winner., I Patty Smith, Mrs. E. J. Smith and
lasting through the following Thursday -. attempting to freeze some while fly- Others playing were Mrs W. II. Mrs. J. D. Leftwich, Jr.
the If ice
ing over Hump. cream .
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EDITORIAL Director of the Conference will imagine mixes are that still Mauryne available will we have can '" ......-- .- .Y-J.'aI. ,"""' -."..-. '" _JJIL!-!-_- ::-""-:;.--.u-, -...-.....-.

RATIONAL I be Ralph WalJo:: Lloyd, president of some on the way to him very short-
iSSOCATION Marysville College, at Maiysvllile, ly. .
t Tenn. II i' Pat now has in 550 hours, or Mack's Drug StoreExcellent
--1 I Those who will attend the conference -; fifty since receiving his distinguished -
are: Bruce Beardsley; president' flying crO:3S.: He also has the
I of the local society, Edith Long, JoAnn I I presidential citation and has been
STARCH FROM THE EVERGLADES Crouch, Carline Berner, Marys i,i recommended for a second air medal.
-- I Louise Thomas and Shirley Owen.: Rumor has it that they are to be Prescription Service ,
Florida's industrial development Rev. David C. Hancock will accom-j I declared war-weary at 650 hours I
receives substantial 'impetus with! the to Lake Alfred but :
pany group so he's hoping that before many i .
the approval of a $7,500,000 loan will not remain for the entire time.I months he'll be headed toward home. i 7A.M.-11 P. M.
from the Reconstruction Finance .
m I I
Corporation to the United States ) I .
Sugar Corporation, at Clewiston. ? ? Pat's brother, Sgt. Wilbur Mc PHONE 20 I
I Gehee, also home this week
The loan is to finance the Sugar I
from Germany where he was a
Corporation's starch industry. A I With I guest of the Nazis for five months R..:.'''JC'.%:''_ =='.:: T'1 '::' .I.="", r; ,,",.;.=..;-='" =:;';:: F-iJ.-, ;'; .. ", ....IIo."""' =<'''
plant which is to convert sweet po- {
and four days (if 'we'd inquired
tatoes into starch is nearing completion ..
imagine he'd also have known the -
and is expected to begin

operations next month. It will number of hours, minutes ,and seconds ., ... ,, ,, ,,,,.,,,,.. '-:
,,, .
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ploy 2500 people and will em-I P Our Boys ). We were handicapped' in our "' "" -= : :c-w':::I >cr;:< <>>9""v.:: ;r.4.7 'IL" ':oo,","" r........ '=..,, )"j&L '

the yield of 18,000 acres. The (Continued on Page. 8)
to be produced will have numerous I rthe --- IF YOU WISH THEFINEST
uses, most of.them essential; to the a 1 I I LEMON SQUEEZE PARTY
prosecution of the war against Ja I
pan. The success of the plans of the
Sugar Corporation, which were found i j Lt' pf Self : F. Carl Long, assisted by ; FOOD
to be feasible after exhaustive chem- wee her daughter, Miss Jo Ann Long,

ical study, will be gratifying to be- entertained Monday night with a.
lievers in the industrial possibilitiesof lemon-squeeze party honoring the
the state.-Tampa Tribune. fourteenth birthday of' Edith Long.A Try A Complete Dinner At .'

.. .................. color scenic. of yellow and green
,I c--------., j was carried out in decorations and

On The HouseBy I'i Our\congratulations to Mail Specialist I refreshments, iced cookies being
; Art Lawrence of the Navy and served with lemonade after an evening THE CANEBRAKE

D. C. S. '!'Mrs. Lawrence on the arrival of a of games and contests. .. .

i. baby daughter, Artis Diane, on Tues- J Present were: Grace Ward, Jo
The rumor lug has been working day in Good Samaritan Hospital. 'Ann Crouch, Carline Berner, Har-

overtime in Clewiston for the past Papa Art timed his leave just right riett Alston, Pat Bailey Marion From $1.25 and Up
couple of weeks regarding the pos- from the Pacific Coast and here's Moon, Shirley Owens, Mary Louise
sible closing of Riddle Field, and hoping he has a chance to learn Thomas, Ben Bolton, Gene and Bub

while no official announcement has something about the manipulationof j Mills, Raymond Trice, Russ Owens, SERVICE FROM 6 TO 9 O'CLOCK SHORT ORDERS
yet come through to dispel the wor- triangular garments before his Howard Keppler, Johnny Sullivan,
ries most everyone seems fairly cer- leave expires. : Sammy Young, Gilbert McLeod and ... 9 TILL 11:30 '
tain that the field will remain open, f Charles ,Benbow. tt'p':: '.- :" .,

at. least: until November. S-Sgt. David Graves for the past I : ., :' f'I
Last week It was reported that twenty-eight months overseas with BIRTH ANNOUNCED :-. : AIR CONDITIONED .-
the field would close either the mid- the 82nd AirJorne'Divir.ion.,. landedin I

dle of June or in November but Miami last Thursday and came, M. 1-c and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence
everyone seemed of the opinion thatIt at once to Clewiston to visit with announce the birth of a baby girl,

would take place in June. Apparently his wife and baby boy, his mother; Artis Diane, born Tuesday, June 5, .:-:..:..:-:-:..:-:-:-- .. .. ..... .. H .. N .. .... .. ......
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there was some change. in Mrs. J. J. McManus and Mr. Mc- Good Samaritan Hospital, West
the unofficial announcement :this Manus. Palm Beach.FAREWELL.
week for signs of relief went up Sgt. Graves participated in parachute -'
from many quarters.If attacks in"Sicily, Anzio and LUNCHEON Increased Quantities Of
one field is" to be left open for Salerno and wear the combat dis- FOR MRS. RKAHARD ,
the training of RAF cadets in the tingui hed service decoration. | -

United States it would seem that He will enjoy a 35-day leave after I Mrs., Jean Reahard was guest of Genuine Chevrolet Parts
this field would be the logical one which he expects to be reassigned. honor at a farewell luncheon givenby
to leave open (or maybe we're just Although he has a.n accumulation of Mrs.-J. C. Ziler Thursday Mrs.

prejudiced). But it would be dif- 106 points he will ask for reassign- Ziler's home, since Mr. and Mrs.
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TOM: "It's mighty nice to receive a comOLD JUDGE: "Simply this. can you

I ,.. pliment like you've just given us, Judge. We think of any other business in which the Steaks Fish Fresh Vegetables
do take our responsibilities very seriously seller is responsible for what the buyer does

1 i and try to do the right thing with everywith his merchandise? If a person eats too
I body. In spite of it, we get criticized now much cake and gets indigestion, the baker --- I '

I and then." isn't blamed. Nor is the coffee merchant
'1 criticized if someone drinks too much coffee Meet Your Friends I nOur '

.. i OLD JUDGE "I know. you've got to and can't sleep. But the seller of spirit bev- ., I
I take the bitter with t sweet in times like
blamed if of his customers -
erages gets plenty one I
: these. Speaking ?criticism;, and I mean overindulges. Doesn't seem quite I COCKTAIL LOUNGEOpen
i really! unfair criticism, reminds me of:the .-
spirit beverage business" fair, does it, Tom?

: TOM: "Frankly, it doesn't, Judge. We've J
'; FRANK: "How is that, Judge?" never looked at it that way before." 11:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M. 400 P.M.,

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-......... .........................."9....................................................................................................r-..............,.. .! from Holy Name Academy where I I "
i M..I I she is a student. Obispo. 1 tp ; fiat 8" 4-door sedan,
i.- I I
l',' .1 .;. 1 :I See Fred L. Jenkins at
.s..f Miss Annette Hoffman, who grad-

.f i PERSONAL and SOCIETY t uated from St. Petersburg Junior I,TRAILER FOR SALE: i i Democrat office, Moore
member of the
High as a honor society '
J 1937 Aero-Car I
I .. is returning' home this weekto $250. Haven.
; f f ..1 spend the summer with her par- See Geo. S. Williams I .,

I'.._.._................................................-..........-. -..-..-..-..-..-..-..-...!.........!...!H.!..!....!...!..-!..-!..-..-!..-! -!..!....!...! ..!...!...!..!....!..!-'. ents, Mr.. and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman. I FOR -: --
Clewiston Pool Room. SALE:, Dry Cleaning
-- W. N. :Martin was a business visi- .H race A. Bestor was a business Mrs.: C. H. Richardson of Dubuque -

tor yesterday in :Miami. visitor in West Palm Beach Thurs- Iowa, Mrs. R. L. Bloomer of 1 Up : Plant. See Harry
I day. Rogeisville; Tenn., and'iIiss Vir- ,,I

J. E. Beardsley! was in West Palm ginia Bloomer of Atlanta, Ga., arrived .I Foster or write Box 485,

Beach on business Thursday. I Mrs. Frank Davis and Miss Betty this week to attend the wed- FOR SALE i
1935 Pon- Moore
Haven Fla. 1
I :
I Davidson, were visitors Tuesday in ding of Miss Bette Bloomer and' R.

Miss Marguerite Mizelle was a West Palm Beach. I L. Richardson, ,
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week-end visitor in Miami. ;
Davis S-Sgt. Wilbur McGehee returned ,- .
Mrs. Frank and Miss Mary I --- -
t '
Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Rigby were Davidson are leaving this week-end home Sunday for an extended fur- .A
week-end' visitors in 'Miami. to spend the summer in Connecticut. lough with his parents, Mr. and '- :- For
: I Mrs! J. A. McGehee. He escaped 0 L' THRIFTY
: Miss Margaret Williams spent :Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and shortly before the end of the war mea "'! Shoppers
,: : i', last week-end .in Fort Myers.P. i Miss Marianne Jones are spending from a German prison camp and"has HIC7M1
a week's vacation at Miami Beach. been recuperating in England for "
E. Bryant, of Palm Beach, was several weeks. N GIDE SELECT1oFi5...fI1ADT STYLE's > --
a business visitor here on Tuesday.i I Misses Mary Matins and Carmen tlNI QUALmu3,. ow pr'ff

"- --- Roland were in West Palm Beach Miss Betty Jean McDuffie ,and
f ,( ', : :Miss Marjorie' Coombes was a the past week-end. Miss Lois Prince attended gradua- SmRS ,

t_ week-end visitor in Arcadia. ,i' tion exercises in Arcadia last Fri-
I Mr. and Mrs. Neil J. :Dwyer were I day night, Miss Prince's/ ister, Miss

f: Mr. and Mrs. John Lau were in'' in West Palm Beach for the week- Ruth Prince, being. a member of the

West Palm Beach for the week-end. end. : -' I II graduating class. Miss Ruth Prince
I J- I returned ,with them and has accepted

Mis. Ruth P..' Owens left Wednesday !, Mis. Bill JJlume of Miami is a position ,in the tabulating department -
: ; to spend' a few' days in Tampa? spending the week here visiting at the Sugar Office.. -

I r', von business. .. ',' friends, and is the house ,guest ofMr. FORT DYERS FLORIDA

r i ---:-, and Mrs. Lou Mancuso.A. LUNCHEON FETESBRIDEELECT \, .. .
f; R. V. Walker and J. H, :Walker '

7 are spending a few days vacation in D. Richardson, n'. L. Richardson ,
the 'Keys. and J. D. Leflwich were busi- Mrs. A. D. Richardson was hos- .:I1 N:..:N:11 N:N:H M:N:.1 H..:1.:.:.1 N N 1.:N N":H N:N:N:.:N:H N N:Ni N:",N 1i H M:'1 N:1 M:N:'1:'.:..:N N:1i N:N:.
ness visitors in West Palm Beachon tess to a luncheon honoring Miss / '

;., Miss Ruth Henderson of Belle Saturday, Bette Bloomer, bride-elect, of R, L. :
Richardson, whose wedding will CLiENTSSTILL
Glade has-accepted a position in the --
Sugar Office. Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs.' R. C. Wil- place this evening Friday. .
-- son avd Mrs. W. C. Owen were The luncheon, which took place
,; Mr. and Mrs: E. M. Dull were J visitors'!in West Palm Beach Thursday Thursday noon,' was, served at the LOOKING FOR HOUSES

l: the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. J'I Clewiston Inn. .I-
: Reese in Miami over the weekend.Mr. : __ Guests were Mrs. R. L. Bloomer, -.
I S 2-c Byrl Ingram returned Sunday mother of the bride-elect, of Rogers- .1. We Need Listings!

and :Mrs. G. H. Small left I to Bainbridge, Maryland, after ville, Tennessee, Miss Virginia .; i

I t: Tuesday to spend their vacation at spending furlough with his Bloomer of Atlanta, ,Mrs. C. H. : Priced Right
1; : .... Fort Myers Beach. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Berry par-j Richardson of Dubuque, Mrs J. D. : : : 1 1Jo ''

1(: ," --, Leftwich, Sr., Mis. F. E. Hunziker, : \
1\\ : Mrs Urey Waldron and Mrs. L. ,Miss Mary Jane Thornton of West Mrs. Jean Reahard, Mrs. J. C. Ziler,

l' :; L. Lowe visited in West, Palm Beach I Palm Beach spent 'a couple of days I Miss Libby McCampbell, Miss Patty E. Beardsley -
on Wednesday., here last week with Dr. and Mrs. ,Smith, Mrs. Frank D. Veltri, Mrs..
W. 0., Rigby.Mr. N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. Howard

:= :. John Ammerman, of Daytona .1 Graves and Mrs. J, D. Leftwich, Jr.SpudicSaunders REAL ESTATE BROKER
and Mrs. G. '''N. Pitzen and
}' Beach, was a business visitor here I
h.:. Wednesday.Mrs. family are leaving next week to
spend a brief vacation at Lake Phone 66 Hopkins Bldg.

1 i Charles B. Owens left Thurs- Placid. Marriage Announced

. day morning: to join Mr. Owens at .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:,
I Mr. and :Mrs H. J. Rogers of West
Jl Camp Murphy
ft "_ f Palm Beach were here for a week= Mr. and Mrs. F. l,1Iooriey an-
end visit with their son, J. K. Rog- I nounce the marriage of their daughters -
.. -.. Mr. and Mis. Marty: :Bennett were ers and 11rs.nogers.. j- Ruby Dean -Saunders-. Pfc.
' ==t' 'the week-end quests of Mr. and 1\Irs.1! Joseph Thomas, Spudic. The quiet

Gunnar ,Brink-' in Miami. I j Mrs, Doyle Worth, Mrs. ,Leon ',C. wedding took place at the home of I
---' I Jackson and Miss Evelyn Lee were the bride's parents, on Saturday, June Cottages
,_ Mr. and Mis.\ Jerry Greenberger I West Palm Beach visitors the past second,. with the Rev. David C. Hancock _
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters spent weekend.B. i I officiating.The .

the week-end, in West Palm Beach. ) bride was given in marriage
':' __ ,I IIH J. Myers left Sunday for New
by .her .father, F. M. Mooney, and
C. J. T cv; "orn left Saturday for : York where he has taken a position was attended Miss
: a' by Penny David- 9 MILES NORTH OF PALM BEACH, .
IH vacation, visit in Winter Haven, '! in a publishing house for the sum son. "Pvt. Spudic was attended by

\ : ,' Monticel'o. and other 'points. I II II mer months. I Pvt. Guste Antros.Immediately HIGHWAY NO.1'

following the
Mrs. H. C. Meador and children
mony, the couple left for 'Jacksonville
l ; left Sunday night to spend a couple f -
I' Beach and .will return to Clew-
:, of weeks with her mother, Mrs. ,
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the first of next week where
I Lester Windsor, in Winter Haven. I Mrs. Mooney will resume her position Spend your vacation at your_ local l beach. resort; Two

i with the U. S.' Sugar Corpora- Hotel'Rooms Room
Miss Florence Graham, accompanied room efficitlcyoftages, Dining
tion. Pvt. Spudic is stationed at _
by Mrs. William M. Johnson '
of >
\! Pahokee, is spending a few days this _I Liberty Point, with the- Prisoner ofWar Cocktail Lounge. .- ., :,> ...
( _. M s TSEf3 J'. M., \ITE 7-9 P.M. week: visiting in Jacksonville ---- -, ; '\I-l'-; ." r

y-- '-- SUMMER
i -
Miss Eleanor Von Mach has
{ returned "
JOosir.sL MItS.
to Detroit Michigan DAVID C. HANCOCK
after .
-=.aI: I spending several months visiting her .; For Reservations ,
::tyX.: 8 :'hY\.t ,n'\, ];: 10 & 11 .sister, Miss Margaret Von Mach I Mrs. David C. Hancock was sur- ," '

I prised with a ,stork shower on Fri- Write 623 30th Street .,' .' : ',-'=Call 8940

I :Miss Jo Ann Long returned: last day evening, June first, at the '
.\ | week from Tallahassee where she Sugarland Recreation:; Hall. A short WEST PALM\ BEACH
: >
has been a student at Florida State I program was presented with Mrs.

( College for Women Howard Graves singing ,,,,., ,
<'" ( during the past "American y.r: v, !":te"*:cW5*! lllJ* fPl :; r: JA. "- ""'-' -=--1. L"':'''!''''''-':=
1 : term. Lullaby" and Mrs. A. D. Richardson -

'' I I I. reading "Tiny Garments," by .. .. .. v .. .. .. M Vy r
.(, | Miss Betty Jean Townsend, a Cornelia Otis Skinner 0jij
1 ("graduate of, Clewiston High School Mrs. Hancock: was presented a

;; .\ ; .'i'dq..,; :,1Y.4"n : ..., ,last week, has taken a position i ic in baby carriage and lingerie following
AUTO & jij
'". _' '- .r ',-'" ._ ,i i"ie: stenographic department at the I'1 the program. jij:: FOR QUALITY -
'. : -:: "..- :' -! ': :' i: '-'tgar' Office. I Mrs. Carl 'Gericlre, Mrs, W. D. sTRUCK
pJ : -'- Wylie, Mrs. Bill Beikhaidt, Mrs.
i '
; ;;
\ i i S-Sgt. David Graves arrived here Gideon Brown, Mrs. W. L. Lott and REPAIRS 1.

YIL l last Thursday for a visit with his II Mrs. A. D. !Richardson were the ?

Dr.GI LLESPIESEW v, "fe 'and baby and with his mother,, committee in charge of the occas- i
Mrs. John J. McManus ion, and Mrs. -L. M. Weetman was .
Miv Mc- i
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ASSISTAt T Manus after 28 mouths, overseas. 1 in charge of the very: attractive ._:: Come To .:.
floral decorations. ..s.y .
Dr. land Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and +
M :: : nusc.: 4 Cartoon :MRS. JOE HALL
I children left the first of the EXTERTIXHBRIDG
week to
I -- _- I visit relatives in Graceville, Fla. R CLUB FRIDAY NIGHT

TZTRS A PUT., ..7E 14 Ji 15 j They expect to be away about three Ii South Glewiston Service f
t ts
; I I I weeks. '__ i iI I II 4 r\ bridge club Joe Hall Friday entertained night at her her

:- S Mrs. Carolyn Dunaway.and daughter. home.. Cocktail coasters were won .'. ..
J.IE I EYU VF I Judy and Miss Christine Dun- as high score prize by :Mrs.: ,Ruth B. .'::. .

' :- away left Sunday for a visit with I Owens, table mats as second high by .: ELECTRIC WELDING ::;:
'! LTll1UllNWOM relatives II Mrs.' C. L. McLendon and h
in McClenny and Jackson cigarettes :. .:.
o nl.ri .wew ti 'I ville. by Mrs. I. S. Hell, Jr., who held low
s ;L RBI L L>B1 i, -. I score.A :_: MOTOR REBUILDING ::

: Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson re- salad course and tea were serv-
I l \TEST NLtvSS.3Ti i turned last Tnuisday from Pensa- ed by the hostess{ to Mrs. Owens, '.

1X r 1\1 cola where they were called three Mrs. Boll, Mrs. Larry Lee guests, :: Truck ''Bodies Built To Order :

'DY. ,1I:; :; to \( weeks ago by the death of Mrs. Pat- and Mis. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. C. L. .' "
1 I terson's mother. McLendon, R. C. Nowling, G. E. : ::
Etherton, members. Located At South Clewiston

4 WAG"Ulclt.,, ,,1: I Mrs. T. E. Conkllng and son, Ed- I ,Z;: I ':(HOOKE 'S POINT) 3:
ward, in West
were Palm Beach fora HOUSE FOR SALE
couple of days this ,week, Edward !. .:.

'OHIATTLI QQ. I undergoing while there.a minor nasal operation Unfurnished or furnished ::;= Aaron C. Bembry ; 1

: I including electric refrigerator -:j. '....
i Mrs. A. O. Ward drove to San :
Ca.rtoJl-'ln 'Mro"\"t 1'\0. .J Antonio, Fla., ;: Manager :::
Saturday for Miss gas stove and : : ;;
Grace Ward who returned home I X

3' with her for the. summer vacation ,i I I electric washer. 332 E.I ::": : :":":..:":":":": :": :":"):":":" :'.:":'.: : : :'.:-:":": :":.':":":":":.':":":": :":" ":":":..: :":-:":"
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of Thought \ l .)J.tiWr: 1III

A MAN without mirth is likea !
wagon without springs, i e Aujhi
in which one is caused disagreeably r

to jolt by every pebble Troop Shift to the Pacific Si Csr! Y
over which it runs.-Henry ti
Rubbed Out What More Could It Ask? '
Ward Beecher. '
You are not likely to do bet- Big Job With Human SideNeed Mrs. Gabb You don't show "Are ,you, doing anything for '- V
ter tomorrow unless you do 4w your age at all. your cold?"
Mrs. Gadd (delighted-Don't I? "Yes
best today.Elocutionists I sneeze whenever it :.. (
Mrs. Gabb-No.' I sec you've wants me to."
can teach us, scratched it out of the family .

how to speak, but none of them to Finish Fight Against Japanese Prevents Bible. Some people, like boats, toot r

can teach us when. Wholesale Release of Vets Move --- loudest when they are in a fog. .
Extremes in nature equal good pro- ; Playing Safe !

duce, Two buddies were lolling on the One of
Will Tax U. S. Shipping. Many
Extremes in man concur to generaluse. r beach somewhere in the southwest
-POPE. HarrY-That man's name Is
Good manners demand three Pacific. Said the first"I bet allyou've known wherever the English lan-
got running through your guage is
things: self-control, self-denial, BAUKHAGE
By mind is a couple of blondes." Bill-He must be a celebrated
and self-respect.,- Archbishop News Analyst and Commentator. Said the second-"Yep, and they personage. What's his name?
wouldn't dare walk."
HarrySmith.Due .
VWIJ Service, Union Trust Building:, Everybody Must I

Washington, D. C. Play the Game

The American vocabulary has There are some phases of this SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK

been enriched by a new word which, shift of our main war effort from I

SNAPPY FACTS has burdened the notebooks of war one side of the world to the other Make Dainty Hankies for Gifts .

department stenographers in Wash which many do not realize' but ford 01
aI/J/$ ington for a long time. When) was
which they must be prepared. In to an unusually large demand and
in San Francisco I saw its meaning the first place, it will be no easy' current war conditions, slightly more time if
RUBBER graphically illustrated.The task for those who have fought the Is required in filling orders for a few of
word is "redeployment." No, good fight in Europe to be trans- Send pattern numbers.
your order to
I didn't make a typographical er ferred to the Pacific without a

ror. Reemployment we have heard chance of furlough in between. Some

The Flemish word for auto about before. ReDeployment is dif will have that privilege but not I SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
tire Is "Snelpaardelooszon- ferent. And in that word, as in And even for the lucky ones the see-|, 530 South Wells St. Chicago 7, ID. I

de sp oorweg petro Ii stu i g." Hauptmann's "tear," can sparkle ond parting will be hard unless the Enclose 16 cents for PatternNo

The 1945 government expansion "all the joy" and all the sorrow of families play the game. (

program for increased productionof the world. There is another group who will Name
military truck and bus tires is This new word isn't in any dic see America's shore but will not be
geared to turn out 21,300 addi- tionary. And in all the echoing acres allowed even to touch American soil.

tional tires a day, or 6,000,000 a of the Pentagon I could find no of- They are the ones who will pass

year. This expansion plus previous ficial definition of it but in its cur- through the Panama canal on a nonstop -

duction expansions In 1945 should of result more in than the twiceas pro- rent application it simply means trip to points in the 'East. That! Address'I'I'Iill

many truck and bus tires as were shifting a lot of American boys out will be a tough experience-to see
produced in 1941,and 1946 bout of the European theater of war Old Glory waving from flagstaffs in!I
23 times the 1941 figure.A where the curtain has gone down. the Canal Zone and to watch its''

That process is causing many a colors fade in the distance. It sim-l
vehicle driven at 50 m.p.h.on headache in the Pentagon. It will ply cannot be helped. i KpplA1D

away average 41 per cent roads more wears rub- cause many a heartache at home But perhaps temporarily at least, 1Y A pp1 1 45. flav

ber than if it were driven at and abroad. .It will cause some hap- the hardest test of patience and self- .7yli

a steady 30 m.p.h. piness, too. discipline will fall upon those I
For the boys and the families of who know that they are to be discharged -

the soldiers and sailors who are cast but who, because war I
tl9IryDOUBlESIZE'PRINTS- for the second act in the tragedy of takes the priority and the fighters'i

World War II (and that is most of must go first, can only sit and wait

I them) redeployment means heart- in Europe. I

aches. For the others it means hap Aside from the personal anguish I Ready beEnjoyed

piness. But, whether they go backto which this delay will mean, it is
Main street and take up the plow bound to raise a clamor from motives -' !
share or the pen, the hammer or the natural enough but nonethe-

school book, or whether they go 'onto less selfish, of those whose economic''

0 fresh battlefields, it is a head- situation is suffering from the neces.II EVERYONE( likes pretty, deli- ,

ache as well as a heartache for the sary delay in reinforcing our civilian cate handkerchiefs and I p

high command.: manpower with the soldiers they're so expensive and hard to

Heartache, Headache whose services are no longer needed, find these days! Why not get busy
J but who cannot be moved back with your crochet hook and some
For Officers home immediately. fine thread and turn out these at- IRICEKRISPlES

Before"writing this article I hada Before General Gregory, in charge : tractive ones. Shown here are I

long conversation with one of the of the great housekeeping depart-( four hand-crocheted edgings and

highest of the high command and I ment of the army, the quartermaster designs-the rose design is to be

can tell you redeployment is both I corps, left for France in antici-; embroidered in color. They,make

headache and heartache for him. He I pation of V-E Day, I had a long talk treasured gifts.
and all his officer comrades who with this maul I *
gray-haired, fatherly
have sons and grandsons of their who is loved by his 'comrades witha To obtain complete crocheting instructions -
,, Bexp.mlldevelopedprlnted,25c, : own fighting at the front want them and color chart for five Gift Hand-
16 ezp hoc; reprints Sc each. 85 warmth of affection that outglowsthe
6 kerchiefs (Pattern No. send 16 centsin
MM 5870))
enlarged prints '
One-day c .
q I service. Send noratlro for free back as much as any rear rank-pri well-earned stars on _his shoul- coin, your name, address and pattern "Tha Grains Are Cleat Foods" jI!
sample.Box 118-B Mallway, Evatuvill P wife, wants him.
When I talked to him about redeployment .
i But few outside those less K'Uo""R" Krispies equal
more or although he is respon-' the whole ripe grain in nearly
intimately concerned realize the mechanical sible for the physical rather than, all the protective food elements .
declared essential to
implications of managing the moral welfare of the soldier, it'' human nutrition.
this; major migration of history in was of the latter of which he spoke Z HOUSEHOlD
the moving of more than three million -
first.How i l/L :% .
men. ';;
1 t are the folks at home goingto dt
1 Have you any idea how long the take it? That was the questionon 11

1 mere physical process of simply his tongue, just as it had been in Ground raw potato can be added .at

loading soldiers, one after another, the minds of the high officers and to meat balls and hamburgers to R I CE kit
ee.IFSOWATCH I on ships and sending them back to officials with whom I had talked be- make a little meat go a long way.
America would take? fore. -.-
When food has been oversalted I
I do not ,have official figures although I learned a lot from General Greg- the be covered with KN/SPIES/
pot may a
medical profession knows that
they should be released ory and his aides about the tremendous -
though a person may be cured of com damp cloth and the food steamedfor i& :
mon malaria they may have it comeback shortly, but I have an estimate on industrial effort which it.takesto 'few minutes.
on them. So, if you are once more of produce what the army wears a
tired, down have in good authority, the time which -.-, "
feeling run pains
back and legs, feel weak and billious, no would be required to transfer three and eats and with which it is shaved If adhesive or gummed tape be-
appetite and nervous-though chills and million men now in Europe across and laved and sheltered. As long as comes too stiff to use, soften it I

fever have common haven't struck malaria-it you doesn't yet, and pay you to the Atlantic to east coast ports. As- there is a man in uniform he must with two tablespoons of warm Water

take any chances. Try a bottle of Oxi- suming that the transport facilities be fed and clothed and furnished and half a teaspoon of glycerin.A Aj7t2 ir
C"ine. Oxidine is made to combat malaria. RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
supplies from helmets and raincoatsto
available devoted -e-
give you iron to help creation of red were exclusivelyto
blood cells.. If the first bottle doesn't this mission, perhaps three hun- socks and shorts to say nothing ofa little paint or shellac will turn E

satisfy Oxidine you has your been money used for will over be returned.SO years. dred thousand men a month couldbe thousand odds and ends including coffee, baking powder and cracker MCNEILSTl.

Get a bottle today at your drug store. carried home. That would mean writing paper, soap (they have a tins into excellent kitchen contain '*- **
that 10 months would be requiredto kind that will serve to wash clothesas ers.

transfer them all. And, of course, well as bodies, and shave with -.- I

that is a fantastic supposition, since too, and lather in salt water), tobacco When preparing any tart fruit

ships as well.as men, are needed in bug-powder, cigarettes band- like cranberries or gooseberries,

Soothes"and protects baby's I the Pacific and so are ships to carry ages, shoelaces, razor blades, use a little salt, and it is surprising Large Bottle! MU raauij*!?! -Small Size 60c
I I tender irritated skin. Relieves the endless supplies which the armyof matches ad infinitum. how little sugar will sweeten CM1IOI: VIE OUT as DIUCTCD* o'

: : diaper rash, helps prevent it. the Pacific will require to carryon Thousands of men clad in woolens the berries. The salt also bringsout II Ul COOO DBUC$IJBIS et IT Kill M iiciift il,rIce .
all-out warfare.Redeployment required by European weather will the flavor. Helm Din CO. lit. JACItOllllU 4. rifl lil "

I MHXSANASOOTHING \! materially and have the tropics.to be supplied Thousands with moving, cotton from for

morally, is a tremendous task and,
MEDICATED POWDER the tropics toward the more north-
as a result of personal conversationswith
erly latitudes of the Japanese islands -
the top men whom its A
and' China must have woolensto I
twin burdens rest, I can assure
IS (GETTING UP NIGHTS that the question of morale is, if replace their cottons.
anything, the greater of the two in Meanwhile, they will have to con- Buzzing flies end
tinue to wear and to wear out what
GETTING YOU DOWN? their consideration. mosquitoes are 1
I they now have on. out of business
There is no question that the suffering put
Another factor is the length of the for good .
Thousands famous doctor's and the repercussions of the .
say Pacific "pipe-lines"-the great distances when spray 'em with Flit!
discovery gives'blessed relief from lengthy separation of young men from base to front. The"turnaround" This efficient insecticide not
from their normal life will
irritation of the bladder time of the voyageof household
caused by only kills many nagging
greater, now that V-E Day has come
ships is longer than the
voyage pests but is sure death to
excess acidity in the and 'The
urine gone. army high command to Europe and there must be enough the dread disease-laden malaria
knows this and that is why so much 'supplies at hand for the to I IPlay'
Why suffer needlessly from backac&es. troops l mosquito as well!
run-down feeling from excess acidity in time has been spent on taking every cover the period between each de 11 6ummer'a
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safe Buy a
the urine) Just try DR. KILMER'S ,possible step to minimize the suffer- livery.All f/r I
of stainlesspleas
herbal supply
medicine. SWAMP ROOT acts fast on the ing which this slash that cuts across this will require continued ant-smelling Flit today IGems .
kidneys to promote the flow of urino and the heartstrings of America's social / ,
relievo troublesome excess acidity. Origi- by private industry
E.aUE.rcat.ed by a Practising physician life, will cause. military use for a long time which

Dr. Kilmer's of 16 herbs is a carefully,roots, vegetables blended combination bal-- I happen to know that busy with means that much longer to wait for

1IaDlS. Absolutely nothing harsh or habit- the terrific burden of bringing Eu- final conversion to civilian produc i FLIT
forming In this pure, scientific prepara rope's war to a successful termina- -
tion. Just good
ingredients that
act on the kidneys to increase the quickly flow of tion and beginning the final portionof tion.This is why this new word "re- P / KILLS FLIES, MOTHS, is
urine and
ease (
tom of bladder irritation. i symp chapter two, General Marshall deployment" is not a happy one and
Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY himself for many long months has why it holds within it so many head- MOSQUITOES

Like that you thousands did. Send of others name and you'll address be glad to spent hour after hour of his crowded aches and so. many heartaches

Department B, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box days and interrupted nights which will try the coolest heads and
1265 once., Stamford All druggists, Conn.sell Offer Swamp limited.Root.Sendat II working on this problem. strain the stoutest hearts. _

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J' prisoner. This! pilot had been in f 1 il cd prisoners, particularly in regard I Can't mention the date, Can't say for :sur? fol:g,
R. W. Bishop Completes the same camp 'with Lt. Ford. I j I to press interviews but we did hear And can't even number, Just what I can write,

Training In :Oklahoma Sgt. McGehee enlisted In the Air',,, some of his story and know that Tho meals that I ate. I So I'll call this letter "
a .
Force on May 9, 1942, and has ,, there's plenty more of interest back
plenty of points to insure his discharge -!!! of that. We hope that the ration Can't say where we are going, I And'close with "good night." ..

R. \\r. Bishop of Clewiston, Flor- if this policy is followed with i i I I board will be generous with him Don't know where we'll land, I -
ida, has completed training in the I the Air Force. He was awarded the while at home for he deserves to Couldn't inform you, RAYMOND C.. POLK, f

Aviation Metalsmith school of the I Purple Heart for his injuries and ride awhile after seeing Germany If met by a band. ? Y 1-c, USNR.
U. S. Naval Air Technical Training other decorations. |' from the eyes of a pedestrian. -
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Center at Norman, Okla. Can't mention the weather,
He will now be transferred to a !I Can't if there's rain,
naval unit afloat or to another shore I Star- who has been stationed in Philadelphia -1 I All military secrets,
further instruction and i Must
station for __ visited Fisher Ange and family -i i, secrets remain. -
work. Now a seaman, first class, (Continued from Page 1) 'I at Benbow and friends here dur- '''Can't:
he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. I have a flashlight,
Tuesday June 12. ing the pas't week while on leave.
opens To guide
me at ,
Clewiston. He attended |I
Bishop The box score-- His family is now in Arcadia and Can't smoke flh.WINDSQR ,J
school. I
Belle Glade high
Kiddle Field Ab It H _came down with him on his visit Except out of sight. TWOQ0HACH,
Donnelly, If 3 0 0 here. He has been assigned to sea j I

Brownies Have Last Lapan, ss 3 0 0 duty and will be aboard the USS ,j(I Can't keep a diary,

Waters, rf :,2', 0 0 Palawan in the Atlantic. For such is a sin, "
Event For SummerThe 0 I
Collins, 2b': '- | 2 0 Can't keep the envelopes, II rir
Rhulander, c ] 2' 1 0 ':; Cpl. Halson (Hooky) Avant ar- Your letters come. in. reI

Brownies held a picnic Tues- Dugger, sf $I" \ 2 0 0 rived in Germany a little late for the I I ___uu'u_

day afternoon on the Ridge, their Gamble, cf 1 0 0 big show but apparently got in on 1-------
last get-together and meeting of the O'Hara, cf l"0" 0 enough of it to realize that war is 1I I
Derkman, 3 b 2 0 0 everything Sherman said it was and 1I
summer. The girls divided into I I I I
the food, W'Moreland, Ib 2 0 0 then some to those' who speak more I -
groups, helped prepare If You WishGUARANTEED
G'Berger, p 2 0 0 i I fluent profanity. Hooky is now sta
and after j
made the fire, did odd jobs I i
the Mrs. *' tioned near Engelstadt about twenty I
the picnic, cleaned grounds. 21
G. N. Pitzen and Mrs. Nelson as- TOTALS miles from Munich and at one time I
sisted Mrs. Bill Berkhardt and Mrs. -. I I: was almost to Berlin. Said he ar- .
Dick Heath. After the refreshments, \ll-Stars Ah It !,:I rived in time to find out what a -
were'played.. Woods, 2b, PWD' '4 1 1 j shell sounded like. He landed in
games Bass, ss, PWD .3 1 11 Le Havre, France, and says that the Automotive: Repair Service

l\IcLendon, lb, USSC' 3 1 1' whole country is torn to pieces.

World 'Friendship Peters, rf, T. Team 4 1 0 I I| Every woman,' he writes, has from Machine Work ,
Harben, cf, CHS 3 1- 1 six to twelve kids and all of them

Fund SponsoredBy Moller, sf, T. Team 3 0 1 I I I hungry.' The_ country is fifty years 1 Painting and Body Repair Service
Boy Scouts' Owens, 3b, CHS 2'" 0 0I behind America in every respect. I .

Dean, c, PWD 3.0. 0 fHe; says he can only count up forty-' Genuine Ford Repair Parts .
McLeod, If, CHS 3 0 0 I j two points so is waiting now to see I .
Boy members and adult leaders Hare, p, USSC 3' 0 -1 whether it'll be the army of occupation .
of the Sunny Land Council, Boy I' or the CBI for him. ,I SEE .
Scouts of America living in Clewis- TOTAL 31 5 6 S .

ton, will contribute to a "World I'Dear Folks: I HENDRY COUNTY MOTORSFord I Ij
Friendship Fund" to help reorganize i .
Scouting in allied countries devas- With Our Boys- : Can't write a thing, j .... :

tated by the war, It was announced The censors to blame. .' Sales and Service

today by Walter N. Munroe, Presi- (Continued from ,Page 4) I' Just say that I'm well, I PHONE 93 "
dent of the Council. And sign my name. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
conversation yesterday by the list I I
Each' Cub, Scout and leader who of "don't's" which are handed escap- Can't say where we sailed from,
believes In the ideal of world Scout --
brotherhood will be given an oppor-
tunity to contribute personally whatever -

he wishes. In addition, Troops
and Cub Packs will decide the meth-

od and extent of their participation.The .
World Friendship Fund was

launched by the National Council of

the Boy Scouts of America which
has underwritten the cost of ,its

promotion and administration.
In outlining the program to the

local Boy Scout. Council, Elbert K..._

Fretwell, Chief Scout Executive, -
wrote, "Through the fund we have
/y y
bigger' contribution to world friendship .
,, The .Scouts, In the ruined +

countries have few resources. They \r c't0dy ..frrh.L
need cloth for uniforms, equipment,
handbooks and help in the reorgani-
zation of their Scout program."

He reported that Scout Associations Yn r
of other lands are already help- ?

Ing to rebuild Scouting._ Canada,
he said, has printed Scout Hand-

books In foreign languages through ..
their "Chins Up Fund", and 'although

many British Scouts lost ...
:f'f: :.]!!:. ,
their own homes they'raised a fundto : t
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1 lands.help brother Scouts in liberated_ '; S & +

Parents whose son was a former ,. a o
Boy Scout and who has given his lifer .'- '-: .
In the war may wish to contribute to !-
the World Friendship Fund in his : r H
\: p n f "Q(v lr"r ;j ivY'f: r.J Iw'n'' { J
J n'%''Yr> y1d / / < 'Irr /n: > dw < V.
name so that the movement he en- I \ 4 \Jw r '
joyed may continue to flourish and ;t' _JI

help promote peace throughout the AF ,,, :S3t >,y' v yYro n wu: d't'
world. ., 5 I J/, r::, r?. (it"
: ? %ii AJrr ib ; n tyr r r n r.
Scout Troops and Cub Packs may a ,p.r1'V rs/ / r Ji,. ;( ) 1v

contribute from their Unit's Treasury ., ; <' ,:..,. ; hC ',,., 5j", "n .. > J /F;tr iSCO .
t t. ; ',eG N i r 'r R 1Ji '1
or money; earned, such as r t? w r ., KrPn '
: 'x' vria .yiF'/lJ
: ; ra"y
through the collection and sale of '\ '''' :'' ':. ,". ':':- : Jrl9r nr + .+ FS 7A/y,. ",y, ,. .,,.. fi
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waste paper, still sorely needed in ; f. : : -\r'i .;', k I. .. tsi ,7 *
the war effort. Some units plan ..j-: < )- ; ,j ,
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special Scout entertainments to do- <. '."'._ .. .1- '. 1
nate the proceeds. No sum has been ; w
suggested as a contribution. The :
World Friendship Fund will be a

'continuous project" as long as ; the '* .r i 4rS ci
need exists. t WA::

Four Men- j&w* LET 9 'o[ TRIKE HIM OUT l

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Jr., and a daughter, Mrs. Betty t .. :o 1;': .' .fr11. _
Spanos of Sarasota. .l' ;r 4 '. :-{ .,,
The search for the lost plane cen- r ;' ; ',

tered about the Okeechobee area f ; :'

and after an oil slick was reportedto ..... ._. :,,

have been seen on Lake Okee- ';s': Hitler and Mussolini fanned out. just couldn't to help put over the biggest squeeze play ,of .. ,":"'.fr>
chobee there had been plans madeto ," I <. ,:,......
drag the lake in hit Now the bat! -- < -"_i'1" ./V
this area. How- our pitcher. Nip is up to the century! '; ,,)
ever the wreck
was discovered before ;*: i. .:

t the dragging was begun.,--- Let's all help Uncle' .Sam knock this, bushleaguer -' / .' :,::. i ,
Sgt. McGeheeContinued -- t ?;;: clear out of the picture. Our ticket to the cheering Let's not let this game go to extra innings. Let's j

( -frou page 11 -'.j: section- is the biggest; War Bond we can buy all]J pitch to win in the 7th /cr: Loan! j, ;' .' _-'-,"'.".J'

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'however, and after his escape he 1'

found some stored and in one of .' < ...._.. :' '-: J&
them .. / ; .. <:
a package of soluble coffee, 1
the first real coffee ,he had had= in :: !.. } r',,, ;'o"" ; :1 .
'months.In 1 ,:;"::",;*"7- t :s ...l-l!

his travels about over Germany -i. ? BELCHERS ;'l

Sgt. McGehee had a good view ,, : ,- -S .[....;..- .
of the destruction visited by American .. ,,
bombers and artillery. Many -

cities, he said, were completely .. ESTABLISHED 1915 .
En route home Sgt. McGehee was
the same bomber on which Lt. Morris '
Ford of Clewiston was co-pilot when "'1ft 'fJmiT!

4t was shot down and the crew taken _.