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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 15, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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': :;: 4 THE -CLEW1STON NEWS






I ;,ti.."". 'VOLUME 16-NUMBER 40 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, (JUNE 15, 1945 SUBSCRIPTION !J2.50 PER YEAR
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O. P. A. Price BIDS OPEN TODAY American Legion
DR. THURBER GIVES LT. MORRIS] FORD IS

Meeting 'Here Last Installs New Officers


TALK ON PROGRESS I Friday Night FOR BUILDING OF At Meeting Tuesday I HOME AFTER LONG



n I UNDER U. S. D. OF A. !I District Richard Office Kostka, met, of'here the last O. P.Fri-A. NEW SCHOOL HERE I I I Legion Clewiston, held Post its No.installation 93::, American of of- TERM 11N NAZI PRISON


day night with chief clerks, price I icers at the monthly meeting Tues-

Dr. F. H. Thurber. the Department I clerks and board chairmen of the I The County Board of Public Instruction !, day night at the Inn. Lt. Morris Ford, liberated April!
I! Pahokee, Belle Glade, Moore Haven i The installation ceremonies were '
of Agriculture's Southern will meet in special ses- | 29 from a German Prisoner of War
II and Clewiston price boards. I sion at the courthouse in LaBelle, at conducted by Ed J. Lehnard, memberof I Camp near Moosburg by the Third

Regional Laboratory at New Orleans Kostka pointed out that in orderto one-thirty this afternoon, to open I an Ohio post who is now employed Army after more than' twenty-two

who is now. engaged here in I prevent inflation, prices must bids for the construction of the here with the Rust Engineering months imprisonment, returned

.research work connected with the ,! now be held down to ceiling levels. new school building in Clewiston.All I I I Company. Officers installed were- home Tuesday morning and will

, i ,I I I I He also pointed out that the Officeof bids will be opened publiclyand !I as follows: have a sixty-day leave before reporting *
starch operations, was guest
plant
. I Price Administration has made a: read aloud for this work, whichis I J. M. Couse, Commander. to 'Miami Beach. for reas-
speaker at the weekly meeting of..I ruling to the effect that names of I the construction of a building on ,I J. K. Rogers, Vice-Commander. signment.

the Kiwanis Club Wednesday evening -, all violators of ceiling prices are to the elementary school grounds for |I Robert Goedhart,' Adjutant.
It
: was on June 22
:- II be published, in local papers, and cafeteria, cannery, and two class I Otis Jones, Historian.N. Lt. Ford became the 1943, when
I forwarded. to the district office for rooms. Funds for this buildingwere V. S. Mumford, Chaplain. unwilling guestof
j;,1' It was in 1938, Dr. Thurber explained the Germans. ,He was flying as
further steps. through Barney Thomas and Frank Conk-
made possible a Fed-
?i ; that. the Department of co-pilot on a B-17 on a bombing
Dr. James S. Thomas, OPA District eral grant of $17,907 under the I ling, SergeantsatArms.Frank .
: Agriculture was first granted ,funds mission over Germany when the
Director, Miami, has explained, for Lanham Act, application! for which Conkling is the retiring
: for and I of No.
by Congress experimentation prop 2 engine went bad, whether -
the benefit of all, that first offenses commander of the post.
j was, filed last October.. This is nota I
industrial chemistry for
search in accidentally from
1 or gun-fire no
will be dealt with courteously, informed Visitors at the meeting included
the
of school
the utilization of surplus farm pro-, -portion new con- one knew but the formation
I
was un-
of the law, and will be required struction provided by of the S-Sgt. David Graves and Lt. Morris
ducts and from this research was developed passage I der attack by the Luftwaffe at thetime
rl" to make restitution of the recent bond issue. Ford, each of whom made short
.. the process of manufacturing : and the order ,was given to
-I amount overcharged the customer. talks.
; It is planned to construct the
starch from sweet potatoes. bail out. All members reached the
I Ij
The Panel Board may also elect to close After the business meeting Mrs.
as to
small plant built at Laurel, building as practicable ground uninjured Lt.
j pilot was except Ford,
ask the merchant to pay into the the school building and John J. McManus played a numberof
j' "Miss., and the results were most present whose leg became tangled in the
: U. S.. Treasury a minimum of twen- covered cloisters will be provided old songs on the piano and the
satisfactory. This sweet potato chute shrouds' and the ligaments of
(Continued on Page 8) Legionnaires ,enjoyed group singing.
from the '.
each of present buildings.Bert
I starch, it was discovered, could be the knee were badly strained whenit
produced commercially and there D. Keck, of Stuart, is architect opened and the tail-gutiner.who
Drainage Board Plans and materials to be used, are largely Second Half Of
j was a ready outlet to manufacturersof I ripped off his gloves in the40 de-

textile for the sizing of cloth. Its* non-critical materials. Cost of gree Centigrade cold in order to get,
5s also used in the making of high i Go Ahead Without construction is approximately $35- Softball Tourney a better shot at a Focke-Wulf whichhe

.1 quality glues and household Benefit of LegislationIn Began This WeekAs brought down. His hands, however -

,1 es, etc. starch-I I were badly torn in removing

The plant here, Dr. 000.WATERWAY them from the cold steel of the gun.
> view of. the 'failure of the a result of a meeting held by
'1 ed, is fundamentally the same as the I Everglades. Drainage District bill to HEARINGTO the managers of teams represented ] They landed in the Ruhr Valley near

... pilot plant, at Laurel, except that pass the recent Legislature, the dis- in the Glades League, it was agreed Wessel.

this plant, besides being much larg-I trict commissioners Thursday in I that the league will operate the second I The prisoners were taken to

t' er, has' .iwo more units for the West Palm Beach voted to make BE HELD JULY 31 half with the addition of a new Stalag Luf 3, near Sagan, 90 miles

fining of the starch, making re-I! public shortly their plans for future I I I team from the Belle Glade POW southeast of Berlin where they remained -

t t sible the production of a very development without the aid of new HERE AT CITY HALL : Camp.' until January of this year.

quality product.One company I legislation.. New league officials are: League In this camp, Lt. Ford sa'id, were

alone, he said, could use, the entire I W. Turner Wallis, chief engineer, 1 I'committee-Luther Owens, chair- about 1800 American Air Corps of-
. output of the Clewiston l plant. :: ficers including several colonels.
'was instructed.to prepare such a |j NOTICE: OF PUBLIC HEARING ON ,man; Lefty Baker and Albough of
i ir There was also ,a large number of
Department statement, setting forth the board's( THE IMPROVEMENT OF the PW Detachment; Publicity committee -
I It' Sgt. Curly Lapan, chairman, ,i RAF and Russian prisoners with a
,
r position, and submit it to news- WATERWAY FROM PUNTA RASA I !I
stated that it organized in 1884 Sgt. Collins and Marty Feldman total of about ten thousand Air
was ; i
.. papers in the district. TO FORT PIERCE AND STUART, I I(
I '.: largely for experimentation for, the time Statisticians, Sgt. Collins, chairman, .. Corps' prisoners all together.On .
r At the same Mr. Wallis FLORIDA,
1-,': elimination of diseases of 'cattle, that submitted his resignation as I Marty Feldman 'and Sgt. Lapan. I the whole, he said, they were

4 lad taken a severe toll. By "1892, I. Each team is scheduled to play treated very well but, like all other
neer to the board, explaining engi-j A hearing
; through experimentation and public on the above eighteen games with the winning prisoners he' feels that they would

-: .>,': cines perfected,; diseases. vac-I was accepting a position as : subject will be held by the undel.sign'ed :- .team playing, ,a three-game series not have been able to subsist had !t
for '
; :, _,_.. well under: ,controJTwa) r-f thcIl' and the BtvhfrDralirag property general. District.manager ,He I in the Coru nt'- 'ttiuHall at' .with an All-Star team picked from not been for 'the Red Cross parcels
'V e -
". Jr principal diseases, wereTexas, ..! i[agreed, to continue to gpvvpmtil the Clewisfon, at'1:00 L'p: -. "day, 3':.the..'other 'feamsA/ 'the'le gue. Gamesare which reached* ::tljpm periodically.

and Bang's Disease, the eYer'I'board make July 1945. scheduled daily except Satur Their quarters, he said, were pretty
can acts actory arrangements -
l' which is the cause of undulent for handling the engineering This SSfl' BRfTvaU MO pro- day. Weekly games commence nt fair and they instituted a program

and communicable. to humans I II work of the district. Hi viii reported?tto by r 6:30 Pm.., and Sunday games it. of sanitation to try and prevent the
I through milk. From 1934 through feFwith bytaraccordanc6fol- 3:00. Games will be played at Town- outbreak of any kind of epidemicfor
resignation was ac ( this
i 1944 sixty-five million blood samples I j Ild.rSS ad site or Sugarland Park with admission' medicines were scarce and there
proviso. \ '
were taken of cattle. 2,700,000 diseased I 1942 sing Octoberspec-I? I free.'I' were few doctors. He said there
Two' bids were received for con'truction -
j' cows 'were discovered and: of water control structures tively: nd. The Riddle 'Flyers, champions of ( was comparatively little sickness in

! I destroyed. Experimentation also'"i and bridges across the Hollo- "Resolved by the ..J..i{ tLlee on I the first half, opened this schedule the camp. ''Dental service was vir-

a.J} discovered a means of building up way Canal and the'-N. New 'River Commerce of the United States Sen- by defeating the POW guards from tually nil and Lt. Ford said his only:

-the size of cattle through thyroid I Canal where it intersects with the ate, that'' the Board of Engineers for 'Belle Glade. Clewiston guards eked illness was a severe headache, one

;, injections which also, increased the I former ',waterway. To .care for this Rivers and Harbors, created under out a close one from Moore Haven'and day from bad teeth. News came

'1! milk output from thirty to fifty per work 'the City of Fort Lauderdale. Section 3 of the Rivers and Harbors I the Sugar' Corporation took an through fairly well through the

cent. Other injections were found j i Broward County and the BrowardDrainage Act, approved' June 13, 1902, be, andis easy one from :the Clewiston. Town 'I German loudspeaker set up in the i

::1 which would arrest the growth, District have each set up I hereby, requested to review the I Team. I. middle of the camp for the prisoners -
!
i, whenever desired, and allow the cat- $8,000. The bids were, Powell Con-I reports on Waterways across Florida Clewiston Gl 9 Ab nIl !' soon learned to read between the
'
1.t: tie to fatten., I struction Co., Fort Lauderdale, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf Dean, c *": 4 0 1 lines and get a check on the movements

Department experimentation, also I $30,458; Murphy Construction Co., of 'Mexico, via the St. Lucie River Woods, 2b 2 1 0 'I of allied armies.

,V.V. discovered that the use of land too $36,650. and Canal-Lake: OkeechobeeCaloosahatchee Kentucky_ cf A 1. 1 -v. At no time during the long imprisonment

long for any one crop, would make I The engineer was authorized 'to Canal and River, with aview Bass, 3b :;,:.; 4 '. -0' '" 0I I I he said, did any of the
land soil barren by taking out too 11 Malone Ib !. .'\4 0
J
take up the matter with the low to determining if the existing 2I I men feel that there was any 'danger
'
many of the essential elements. This I bidder and to work out possible project should be modified in anyway Albough, p ,'', '..':c" .;>',-3 \ 1 01lou'tos that they would not be liberated. .
'
"brought about the rotation of. crops ,suggested changes in the specifica at this time, with particular rf :' ''';:2' 2' 2I' and morale was high.

which is used by virtually' all farm- tions. relation to its use in the existingwar Hardic, ss '" i,' ,::3_,. 0 0 I I Mail came through pasmodically
.. 'ers throughout the nation. I I emergency.:" Gillepie, if ", ,."?'v'Z .2 2 '1 |
Action the board in
of purchasing but this, he said, was discovered not
f Harry T. Vaughn was a ,guest. at | Perrone, sf :-&::,2" 2. 1 i
"Resolved the
worth of Committee
$150,000 district bonds by on I -f. : to have been the fault of the' Ger-
the meeting. '
I I between meetings' after telephonic Rivers and Harbors of the House of i .c I mans who simply censored the mail
;
conference, was ratified. It was Representatives, United States, that 'o 30 9 6 and sent it on through very shortly

Riddle-McKay Banquet reported that the bonds, callable in the Board of Engineers for Rivers Moore Haven 7 'tJ.t\b'. : It H I after its arriv?!. The opening of a
.
1947, at 105, were purchased at and Harbors created under Section Pridgen, 2b 2 2 1 new mail route through Sweden he

f For Softball Team 106.5 at a saving of $6,169 in in- 3 of the Rivers and Harbors Act, Kennedy', 1b 3 0 2 f said brought 8,000 letters into his

terest. This amount was deducted approved June 13, '1902, be, 'and is Bell, c .y 2 1 1 compound in one day. While in

i J'i Showing their interest and good' from 'the debt budget. which was hereby requested to review the report Bowen, sf > 3 1 0 i I England there' had been much beef-
Bauman \_" 3 'I 1
i. will, toward the Glades Softball !t adopted without protest. on Waterway from Punta Rasato ss ling because' it took eight days for

League, officials of Riddle-McKay I (Continued on Page 8) Fort Pierce and Stuart, Florida, i| Click, p : '' 2 0 0 [ mail to come from the States. In w

Aero College gave a banquet recently submitted in House Document num-' Farnam, p ? ,'I. 0 0 prison, he said, it was four monthsi

j at the Instructor's Club honoring i! Vacation 'Church bered 696, Seventy-sixth: Congress, 'Woodham, It ''.3 0 0 before he received any letters or

r the Riddle Flyers, Champions of the third session, and previous reports, Hawkins, 3b .3 1 1 i I food parcels. and he was much luck- '

first half of. the tournament. I School Conducted By with a view to, determining the ad- Coleman cf --, 2 0 1 ier than the majority of the prison-

L. M.. Hutson, Public Relations visability of providing a depth of Moore, rf' 3 1 1 ers.

Officer at the Field, was Instrumental i Community Church twelve feet with suitable, widths, I Since all the men were officers
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in arranging a very successful -! --- or other dimensions as may be advisable they were not permitted to work
A vacation church school conducted Centerfielder Kentucky, of the
party and spaghetti dinner in the interest of
prepared and there came times when life was
Lawrence by the Clewiston Community naviga-I Clewiston Guards, pulled a fielding,
;
by Demarco was on Page very monotonous. One of the clubs
i obviously much enjoyed. Church was begun on Monday, I continued gem when he went' far back and to i
organized in the camp was called
'
June 11.Mrs. his right to make a one-handed stab
J Sgt. "Rip" Collins__was toastmaster j the "Dear Lieutenant Club" which
.. for the L. M. Hutson and Mrs. R. C. Course 23 To'I I of ball that was labeled home-run
evening
- i and presented I sought to cheer those officers whose
Heath will teach the hit
beginner's by Hawkins of the Tigers.
the members
,1 of the Champ girls back home had married during
, ionship team with gold softballs as I i class. Entered in this class are Jay Graduate TomorrowCourse Hitting stars were. Kennedy of their absence.
awards. : Bartz Gideon Brown, Chris Christ- Moore Haven who got 2 for 3, Sgt. I

Members of the team wish to I I ian, Tommy Durden, Bonnie Faye 23, of Riddle Field, will Bauman of Moore Haven hit a triple During his long imprisonmentLt.

thank Riddle-McKay for this courteous -I IDmrence I Beverly Efley, GlendaI graduate tomorrow at the field. which started rally that tied up ball I Ford said that he lost considerable when

V and splendid affair. i I I, Sue Etherton, Martha Christine Group Captain Rolfe, recent ad- game Sgt. Malone, heavy hitting i weight but in January, themto 4
Hare Christine Hutson, Lief Eric dition to the Royal Air Force Delegation first baseman of the guards garn- the Germans started marching
' Johnson, Carl Larsen, Eric Larsen, ered 2 for 4. other camps, the walking helped
in will
! Washington, be reviewing -
U. S. O. Show .
Given Jane Lee, Donna Gayle Martin, Lamar officer, and will present U. S. S. iC. 8 Ab R H and he soon put on the lost weight.On

r t At P. W. D. Camp McLendon, Georgia Weetman, I wings to the graduates.Community McLeod, sf 4 0 2 January 22 he was moved Moos-to
Nurenberg and then later to
John Weetman and Ronnie Wylie. I Hollabeck, 3b 3 0 0
Mrs. J. H. Walker will teach the McLendon, Ib 4 1 0 burg where he was liberated.
t V Two men from Tampa brought a primary class and has enrolled in 'Center Theilen, 2b 3 0 0 Food supplies toward the last be-

U. S. O. Mobile Unit here Wednes- this group Marjorie Brown, Warren Weaver, c ,4 1 1 gan to be very scarce but the United
Closed Next Week
day and gave a show that night for I Brown, Janet Casper, Buzzy Christ- Ward, cf .,';- .3 2 2 States, England and France sent ina

the personnel of the Prisoner of WarDetarhment ian, Jimmie Durden, Ronnie Egley, Crochet, ss '.' 3 1 2 number of trucks to Switzerlandfor

their wives and) friends. Albert Gericke, Virginia Godwin, I Announcement is made this week Hare, p ':: 3 2 2 use by the International Red l

The program conslsiecT of two Marilyn Hancock, Harriette Magill, by the City that the Community Woodward, If 3 1 1 Cross and these, painted white, were

movies, a quiz program and "dog- J. Carrol Miner, Tommie Owens, Center will be closed all of next Whittaker, rf 2 0 1 unmolested as they drove over Ger

tae?;" bingo, anf'--was greatly enjoyed Sarah Beth Sikes, Charles Twiddyand week for necessary renovation, Including Dana, rf 1 0 0 many. distributing food parcels.
I by the lK4\owd in attendance. Bobby Weetman. complete refinishing of I The prisoners while at the main

i It is ui.%?eSS\ \ that these pro- Juniors and Intermediates, whose'I floors. The work will be done by 33 8 12 camp, purchased materials from the

grams ar/- 'y> ',.-J.'t weekly. (Continued on Page 5) I I IL I city employees. ,(Continued on Page 4) 1 (Continued on Page 8)' .I

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TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, 'JUNE 15, 1915


istou be designated as the Hendry FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I No bid may be 'withdrawn after the (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL

MINUTES OF MEETING County Depository for the ensuing IT. C. :Meador, Pastor | schedule period time of thirty for receipt days. of bids fora Clerk Hendry Circuit County Court Florida.,

year. Motion carried. Motion by -- s Tho Board reserves the right to reject II. A. RIDER, .
seconded by Waldron that any or all bids and to waive all informalities Attorney for Plaintiff
Evers "THE SINGING CHURCH"Sunday or irregularities, If to their LaBclle, Fla.
{COUNTY BOARD FOR the bills be approved as read. Mo- School-- :45/a. m. advantage to do <'?o. June 1, 8, 15, 22, 1915.!
carried. An Act recently pass BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
tion
Morning \YOJ's.1ltD..r a. m.
:: Hendry County, FloridaBy
ed by the Legislature making it pos Training Union-6:45 p. in. E. :II. Cornette_ Seal

:MONTH OF JUNE sible for the county to employ a Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. I By C. E.Chairman Weaver Seal LEGAL-"-NOTICE

service officer was discussed and it Father's Day will be observed by Secretary 1 TO PIUV.: OLAN EARNEST TUSSELL.
decided to defer action until the June 1, 1915 Dated A. S. N. 34974774,
was our church this coming Sunday; We Attest Bert A. P. O. 11538,
: D. Keck,
minutes of the I c-o POSTMASTER SAN FRAN'
Following are the July meeting. are especially anxious to have many Architect. Stuart, Florida. CISCO, CALIFORNIA ,
"regular monthly meeting of theOrd Motion by Miner seconded by men and boys present for the services June 1, 8, 15, 1945. I You are hereby notified: that Bill for

of county commissioners held I Townsend that the Board will meet Sunday. Special recognitionwill -..r..,...... j jI Mary Divorce Janet has been riled against you by

Tuesday, June 5, at the courthouse: Ion Monday, July 2, 1945, as a Board be given to all fathers present.Let I, JEGAI NOTICE I Court of Hendry Fussell County In the Florida Circuit at

; )of Equalization for the purpose of;( every child bring hiss or her LaBelle, and you arc required to ap-
Commis-loners TO PRIV. KENNETH HENDRICK- !pear in said suit on July 2, 1945 or
equalizing the 1945 Tax Roll and } father to church this Sunday. I SON A. S. N. 17010705, 3rd Air I the Bill will be taken as confessed.'
convened in regular session on Tuesday that the proper notice be run. of Transport Squadron (Mobile), (SEAL) WILLIAM T, HULL
June 5, 1945, at the Courthouse tion carried. MO-\\ Rev. Harry Liechty Jackson-I A. P. O. 466, c-o Postmaster, Clerk Circuit Court
ville will be our guest New York N. Y.: Hendry County. Florida.
#n LaBelle, Florida, with the following H. L. Johnson, County ( the evening service. By all means You are hereby notified that Bill for H. A.Attorney. RIDER,
present: Chairman J. O. made a report on the four boys taken :, Divorce has been filed against you by for Plaintiff
LaBelle,
hear him. He also will lead our Gallic Curry Hendrickson In the Circuit Fla.
fctevidson, Charles E. Miner, 12. B.ValoTon to Gainesville for the short course I church in an "All Church School ofEvangelism" Court of Hendry County, Florida, June 1, 8, 15, 22, 1045.!
\ A. J. Evers.,and Asa Townsend and that one boy from this county at LaBelle, and you are required to I
using, as a text book appear in said suit on July 2, 1945 or
: together with H. A. Rider, attorney had; won the Bankers $100.00 "The Place of the Sunday School in the Bill will be taken as confessed. I I

and William T. Hull, clerk. i scholarship. I Evangelism." I
The minutes of the meetings of May Motion by Townsend seconded by
Lake District Sunday School meet- II F. Deane Duff
1 and May 11 were read and upon Miner that the Board adjourn. Mo-, --I II
seconded Miner ing will be held at South Bay Thurs-
motion by Evers by tion carried. ; I REGISTERED
minutes day night at 8, p. m. An interesting REAL ESTATE
Called and carried the were J. O. DAVIDSON,
I program has been arranged and an BROKER

'roved Motion as by read.Miner seconded by WILLIAM T.Chairman.HULL, I outside speaker engaged.In ClewistonFAIRWAYS $ i I Glades, Hendry and Pnliu Reach
the the June I County Lands for More Than
"Evers that the First Bank of Clew- i Clerk i absence of pastor 23 Years
24, Rev. Arthur H. Wilde of Miami I ..
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r1Mack's will supply the pulpit both services."I .
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said, 'If you have not had an I I

experience of God in your life, my Course II

advice is to get busy and get your- I
Store GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO.
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I Drug self one. For that is the sure way I _
to win victories over inner defeat.It .
I G. Nottingham, Agent
I II is the way a humble man meets
I life or death." Eddie } I Box 6527
niCeUbaCk-1 Clcwiston .
er. Florida
Excellent Prescription Service I


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-: r Mass: Clewiston 9:00: a. m. I Johnson's Fish Camp I

PHONE 20 Pahokee 11:00 a. m.AD''ERTISEIENT EXCELLENTWEATHER (Near Hurricane Gate) t
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Clewiston, Fla.
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':: -, i Boats and 'Motors-Guide Service

:. .... - -- .11 FOR CONSTRUCTION FOR RIDS OF Rates ReasonableW. I

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Sealed proposals and/or bids will be
received by the Board of Public Instruction :":":":":":":":":":":":":":": :":":":":"r:":":":":

.1 FOR QUALITY AUTO & \ Hendry County, Florida at '?' FORTAXICABS
.. the office of the Board in the Court ,.:. ,
House building: at LaBelle, Florida, ;
X until 1:30 o'clock P. M. Eastern WarTime GOOD :: :;:
i June 15, 1945 at which time and i iFLOWERS
i TRUCK REPAIRS =: place all bids received will be publicly :*_. DAY AND, NITE SERVICE
opened and read aloud, for the '
; 1 construction of a school building to :y:: PJHONE 18 :_:

x. be erected at Clewiston, Hendry County '. 't' .!.
'x. 1i I electrical, Florida work, Including more fully plumbing described and ,:,--:,,: ;',,:,:,:"..:..:..:..:..: :...:n:..: : :..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..)

Come To i In the plans and specifications pre
; pared by Bert D. Keck, Architect, MEET YOUR
i Stuart, Florida, for the Board of Pub-
: lic Instruction Hendry County, Florida :
for project Fla. 8-345 N.F.
All applications for plans and specifications Cut flowers for delivery here or
FRIENDS
I! shall be accompanied by a for delivery, anywhere in U. S.
ISnuth Glewiston Service check of deposit," payable to Bert D.
j1t Keck, Architect, in the sum of $25.00as by wire.
a gruarant-" for the return of the
plans and doc um nts. After a bid has THERE" JVIRS. J. M. ,FOUNTAIN
-!. I been submitted, his deposit will be Day Phone 82 Night Phone 148-W
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.. refunded upon ret -n of said plans,
and documents in fcsd condition I
:!: within two ddlys after receipt of bid*'. ,
ELECTRIC WELDING In a'' bid is not submittal' .
case the
.'. amount of the deposit will be ref '1 .... ; ........ .... . . .. . . . . . .
+ ed less 5.00.] upon the return of ,,lilt .....NNNN. 'o .r?, .NM. .N. .NNN. .NNNNNNN.MN. . . ....N.NN. .!MNNNNN. . .NN. .N.......NNN. ...r... .
plans anA specifications in good .60n.' ft. \ X.
i; MOTOR REBUILDING : dition. : I / .'.
There. ->krill be one office
c&py of said '_
.,. ; .; :::! plans and specification oh file in the .r Assembly God
'I office of (the #&&rd 6t Public Instruction t
Truck Bodies Built To Order { : :i: and *1me in the office of the .i.. ..2 r. rY
Architect Krueger Bldpr., Stuart Flor ; : .rf SOUTH CLEWISTON
: .:." ida, and one in the office at 229 Sunrise :' :
Ave., Palm Beach, 'I'' i.
{ Florida where
.- Located At South ClewistonHOOKER'S :_i:I plans may be viewed by prospective :i' -l::

bidders, but such plans shall not betaken I 't' Sunday School .....---.......___........__. 10:00 A. &1. ..t,
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I Bembry i bid bond equal to 5 percent of th e s: w Weekly Services, Tuesday ........____ 8:00 P. M. .;.
base bid thereon payable to the Boardof l .:.
Public Instruction Hendry County,,".' :. Young People's Service"Friday .. 8:00 P. M. ''l'
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Florida conditioned that the bidder .. :
i.o. Manager .+.I will enter into written contract in l, ._;. "- ':'
+ accordance with his bid, if accepted,, + 11LV. H. H. 'l
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CHEERFUL CHERUB Gems of Thought MPROVED
INTERNATIONAL
I BMMMB. UNIFORM

I like the many days CHARACTER I \ t

the best NO AMOUNT of ability is of SUNDAY

the slightest avail without Lesson .C! iilnlai

'Cvse then ajtl oujhIm honor.-Andrew Carnegie.
By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D. Do not use sheets or pillow cases The water in which rice is boiled
poorly dressed Thlfgreat hope society is in in. Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago
Released by Western Newspaper Union for laundry bags as they are not is just right for starching organdy
For all tiWtknows -nybocy dhidual character,-Channing. woven to stand the strain. blouses and white shirts.

There is nothing so fatal to -.- -.-

character as half-finished tasks. Lesson for June 17 Cover, the bottom of your scour- When sewing, fasten a small pin- -

1m[ dressed that -David Lloyd George.If ing powder can with adhesive cushion to your wrist with.pieca

to i I take care of my charac- Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selectee tape. Then when can stands in of elastic. This way as soon as

way save abd ter, my reputation will take Council permission.of Religious Education; used by your white enameled sink, it will pins are removed they can be put

I my clothes. care of itself.-D. L. Moody leave no rust stains. in place. Keep pins handy, too.

1\1-C-O: THE CHURCH BEGINS ITS WORK -.- -.-
Character is higher than Intellect
s Emerson. Fingers from discarded rubber To separate a head of lettuce,
LESSON TEXT-Acts 5:29-33, 33-40, 42.
0 Reputation is precious but GOLDEN TEXT-Ye shall be witnesses gloves make excellent guards for cut the core out in a cone shape

unto me both in Jerusalem and in all injured fingers. Bandage injury as and place the opening under tha
character is priceless.EarlEinry.
Judea and in Samaria, and unto the utter- usual, cut one of the fingers from faucet, allowing the running waterto

WNU Features. most part of the earth-Acts 1:8. the glove, and slip it over the separate the leaves without

bandage. Protects it from the dirt. breaking them.
1 The church of Jesus Christ, glorious -

in spite of her failings, is the

CLASSIFIED Soothe, relieve heat rash greatest institution known to this' Barbecue Table and
: and help prevent it with mfl DOUBLE-SIZE PRINTS I.
world. That is true because while! ,..
U EAT Mexeana, the soothing, = eexp.rolldevelopedprinted JSo;;
L" Benches That Match a 16 exp., tics; reprints So esoL. a
DEPARTMENT medicated powder. Contains it is in this world, the church is not MM enlarged print 6 o. One-day'

) .ingredients often of the world, but of God. He estab-j t service.Send negative for free.'i
THE sample. MaJlvny Pllotoflnlslt.-
BUSINESS & INVEST. OPPOR. used by specialists to relieve ished: the church as the fellowship: EATING out of doors is fun no Bx 11S-B, Evanrvlll, lad.
these discomforts
of believers to do His work in the: whether it,is your own
ALASKA-Thousands Of :Jobs, busl. oppor- J Sprinkle well over heat
tunities.Livelihood Info accur.In ,Alaska authentic.,"'$l."50,Alaska Ways U E A irritated skin. Coats littlo. jyorld. For more than 19 centuries I back yard, summer camp, porchor

Research Earn Bureau Box 005,Juneau,Alaska. Always demand Mexsana.: the Christian church has served; terrace. Food tastes twice as

Dealers sell aprons made by Mexican In- Him with varying degrees of consecration good served picnic style. toolAidDRINKS

dians. Indian beadwork bracelets, jewelry, and usefulness. :
curios. Samuel J. Rains, Pemblne, Wis. the I I
The beginning of work of the ,

HOME FURNISHINGS & APPLI. B-L church is of special interest, for! I:1C
Take forCONSTIPATION such a study will show whether we'
FREE Catalogue Pillow Cases, stampedfor I
embroidery. Write WESTERN ART- today are following in the right1path.

WORK CO., Box, ]11... Monrovia Calif. We find in our lesson that the I I e '
Ootq
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early church was distinguished by: p

INSTRUCTIONLearn I. Obedience to God (w. 29-32). I ,.iPATTERNe I t .
#
.Complete instructions, The filled with the Holy. '" (; ,
by practical plater,formulas for brass,cadmium disciples '1 w
chromium, copper, gold, nickel, sli Spirit were bold in declaring the.
GIVE EXACTSlZE
back Plater Hyde
ver. $1. Money guar.
Dept. 16, P. O. Box 176, National City, Cal. No matter how many'medicinesyou gospel and in proclaiming their risen FALL OR : 1y'. ? .

have tried for constipation, Lord. Realizing that the apostles' PARTS 1. -. &!Ly. (Uah, &Dftdd.

MISCELLANEOUSDRUGGISTS we urge you to try B-L with the message was winning the people, the LARGE TABLE f --r f

: STORES, CLUBS. ETC.- understanding that B-L must leaders of the Jews admonishedthem HAS A STORAGE -{ ", .
;..-. Can furnish cigars in 1,000 lots. Sample 50 BIN UNDERNEATH FOR I
bring excellent results or not to in the of l's'
box $4.00.. postage paid. Send check or you speak name SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENTThe 41
,':.,'.' money order Write for prices in 1,000 lots. your money back. Caution: Use Christ (Acts 4:18). When they con- 1 I ug f

Box 266 S.- i E.Red COMPANY Lion, Pennsylvania. ably as directed. tinued, the priests threw them into, large table shown here Is six feet
;
long with a bin underneath for paper nap I In
prison but angel set them free
an
j,r LEADER EXTERMINATOR. Highly deendable. kips serving forks and spoons, fruit and
z. Exterminates cockroaches.- (Acts 5:19). i things that will be needed. The benches
4r; terbugs. 1 lb. box-SI (includes postage).
' : Leader Mf g.Co.,608 Elm St.,St.Louis,Mo. 's When they were again appre- pull up close to the table with no conflIcting I+
': hended and accused of disobeying'' legs. The extra table Is the same ,
% e height as benches and may be used at the
: the command of the high priest end of.the table If needed.
Peter and the others responded by' I I
a a
t Bun;:: War Bonds A favorite household antiseptic dress. pointing out that they were undera NOTE-Pattern 279 I
large
; lag and liniment for 98 years-Hanfbrd's higher command, that of God Him-!' diagrams Illustrated directions gives for assembling cutting
BALSAM OP MYRRHI It contains / I
self. Him they would obey come and list of materialsfor
t:, .. soothing gums to relieve the soreness and a complete
ache of over-used and itrained muscles. what may. 'I I each of these pieces of barbecue furniture

f." ./dud .J( ep Jlzem Takes the sting and itch out of burns, Who will deny that we need ai I for your summer picnics. To get
> pattern 279, send 15 cents with name and
scalds insect bites oak and ivy poisoning -
renewal of that spirit in the church I
wind and son burn, chafing and address direct to: .sV =. i
chapped skin. Its antiseptic action lessens I today? We need to lose our fear of I
WED.-THURS.-FR!.-SAT. k,
fIF'f--: the danger infection whenever the j men and their little authority and!I
,
MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS 7:151. m.(CWT);8:15: a.m.(WT)
Gas on Stomach akin it cut or broken. minor I regain a larger measure of obedi- Bedford Hills New York SUNDAY ', ,
Keep a bottle handy for the
ence to God. Drawer 10 8:151.m.(CWT);9:15 a.m.(EWT)
casualties of kitchen and nursery. At i
I J..J Relieved in 5 minutes or double money back your druggist trial size bottle 351\ Your Favorite CBS Station i
.. When excess stomach acid causes painful,suffocat household size fiSt; economy size $1.25. | II. 'A Convicting Message (v. 33). Enclose 15'cents for Pattern No. 279.
ing:eras,sour stomach and heartburn,doctors usuallyprescribe
::_ the fastest-acting medicines known for a C. HANFORD MFG.CO. Syracuse fl.Y. When God's Word ,is preachedwith Name
,._ eymptomatierelief-medicineelikethoseinBellans! Solo makers 01Save complete obedience to Him,
: Tablets. No laxative. Bell-ans brings comfort in a
jiffy or doable year money back on return of bottle something is sure to happen Mend I Address
to us.26e at all druggists.
and women will be convicted of their
'
,
{ p sin. ,They will be cut to the heart.
p.
TOPS FOR YOUR HAIR That conviction will show itself in! '$$1

, Smooth It, add lustre-style, one of two ways. Some will be re'
r with fragrant dressing-onlv 25c.: pentant and will cry out with the

.... MORDIINE HTONIC jailer at Philippi, "What must I do' : Simply Delicious i
to be saved?" (Acts 16:30): Turn-;

/ eKati for ing to Christ, they will find deliver-:

I FOR QUICK RELIEF ance from sin. .
Others will harden themselves in ( PH
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<' 1\l ighlillg .jJ-ront their-wicked ways and become even

more bitter in their hatred of Christ!

? ..'. A Soothing S A LV E and the church.. In our lesson we S'
;: ANTISEPTIC a CORN I LAKES
find them taking counsel to kill the
,. :Used by thousands with satisfactory results I :
" for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. 1IJlutS.? disciples.We .

Get Carboil at drug stores or write see that same spirit opera- "Tha Grains Are Great Foods" = tftfjfd&M L
Spurlock-Neal Co, Nashville, _. Ai.
Tynn.I AMES All run ir
rot NIIOI
1 j tive today. To ba sure, it does not

I.- RHEUMATISMNEURITIS.LUMBAGO usually show itself: in such crude, Kellogg's Corn'Flakes bring you nearly all : fj
a the protective food elements of the whole C''TON 1;/
action as physical killing, althoughthe :
grain declared essential to human nutrition. :j'
day when that may happen .}fJf
'
dlzg again may not be far away.In FLA KES ,;%.,i.,:'
:: Vrr t our cultivated time, it is revealed

in a scholarly attack upon

r: God's Word, an undermining of the

" I BUESSED: R faith of our young people in schoolsor

colleges, or a ridiculing of those
Large Bottleli! *au' a.cJ'l! ?-Small Size 60c
' .IF, SO *ennoi: m OUT n DIUCUO* who wish to live a separated, con-
IT Ul till IBOC SIIWJ If II Mill.tltill ll filtt secrated life. I
" WATCH OUTThe Menu DUI CO.. I... mnoinut 4, fiounPAZO I II
III. No Compromise (vv. 34, 35, I

medical profession knows that 38-40)). \
though a person may be cured of com
Gamaliel
A wise presentedwhat
man, ,
mon malaria they may have it coma
back on them. So, if you are once more I we would now call a programof
. feeling tired, run down, have pains in I appeasement. He urged that they
a? back and legs, feel weak and billi<>us, no I
;- appetite and nervous-though chills and wait and see what would happen.At .
", fever haven't struck you yet and you first glance his idea seems
. I t I
s; have common malaria-it doesn't pay to
, ,- take any chances. Try a bottle of Oxi- to be most commendable, and of
dine. Oxidine is made to combat malaria. IN TUBES
y :' course it did save the lives of the
,:," give you iron to help creation of red Millions of people suffering from
blood cells. If the first bottle doesn't simple Piles have found prompt disciples at the moment. But it was
satisfy you your money will be returned. relief with PAZO ointment. Here's essentially a "do-nothing" policy of r
: Oxidine has been used for over 50 years. why:First, PAZO ointment soothes t l l r 1 r : :
i', Get a bottle today at your drug store. Inflamed areas-relieves pain and compromise. If he believed in what I
Itching. Second, PAZO ointment the disciples were doing, he should 1

helps lubricates prevent hardened cracking dried and parts-sore have come out boldly on their side.

ness. Third PAZO ointment tendsto Notice that the believers had no
WNU-7 22-15 reduce swelling and check minor
bleeding. Fourth. It's easy to use. part in this scheme. They listened -
PAZO ointment'. perforated Pile but did not give assent. They
Pipe makes application simple
thorough. Your doctor took the beating and went right out
you about PAZO ointment.SUPPOSITORIES can. tell the WILL: In Spite of all the shortages, hot rolls to perk up a meal W111I
and preached gospel again. your meals seem to taste Just as And I have a whole book of easy-
TOOl What a fine example for us to follow good as ever! How do you do it?, recipes to use with Helschmann's
-, Some persons and many doctors yellow label Yeast the yeast
,, prefer to suppositories
use PAZO
'. comes In handy suppositories also. SUE There's nothing like fresh, with extra vitamins! J kr
IV. Absolute Fearlessness (vv.40
May Warn of Disordered The same soothing relief that ,
i' Kidney Action PAZO always gives. 42).

Modern life with Its hurry and worry I ri. At iDrotstores I !? The early church was a very I
habits, I'M SURE GLAD I LEARNED &SF/
'I' Irregular improper eating and small group of believers with no .
drmkmc-its risk of and infection
exposure SEND
I -throws heavy strain on the workof position of influence or power in the THAT FLEISCHMANN'S IS THE, :.Iotest' FOR I
the kidneys. They are apt to become world. Humanly speaking it would Sd o
edItion
1- over-taxed and fail to filter excess add ONLY YEAST FOR BAKING Flelschmanns ;
.,' and other impurities from tho life-giving have been expedient for them to :
" blood. Here a SENSIBLE THAT HAS ADDED AMOUNTS, pagerecipebook4mous 40.
way heed the admonition now twice given w
You may suffer nagging backache, Basket"Over i rheBread
. :' headache, dizziness, getting up nights to relieve MONTHLY (compare Acts 4:18)) and confine / OF BOTH VITAMINS Ideas

' leg tired pains nervous, swelling all worn-feel out. Other constantly sign their testimony to a private wit- A AND D, AS WELL dessert for neWonderful breads 'I'l I

of kidney or bladder disorder are sometimes FEMALE PAIN ness. AS THE VITAMIN/ / btepds rolls

, .. urination.burning, scanty or too frequent But they had hearts which were 8 COMPLEX J for Yours nOW, !Hu,.",".send

Try Doan't Pillt. Doon't help the Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com- aflame with the fire of God, a com.
kidneys to pass off harmful excess body pound Is famous not only to relieve mission to take the good news of
waste. They have had more than half a periodic pain but ALSO accompanying a I
century of public approy!. Are recom- nervous, tired highstrung feelings. God's saving grace to all men, and HerAnd t
,- mended by grateful .uers everywhere. when due to functional monthly dis the assurance of God's presencesee 'i
Ask netghbfrf '
your
turbances. Taken regularly helps 28:19' 20 Acts
( Matt. 1:8), and
build up resistance against such I
symp
toms. Plnkb.am'8 Compound helps nature they were absolutely fearless. all those vitamins go right
PILLS? Follow label directions.Try ittSSSSS The world admires true courage Into your baking with no great loss \
I: In the oven. So, always get Flelschmann's yettoio
not' the battlefield but in I
/1)Ll
only
1d z.C' on leebox.THE .
: (r&iwu mo label Yeast. A week's supply keeps In the
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FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1945

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Clewiston News I for all ages.Morning I son :waiting orders to come home--' Ruet, cf. 2 0 01\.:.<..x..x..x..:..:"X"X"X"X..x..:..:..:..:..:-:.

The Worship, 11:00 a. m. A he hopes. He has been overseas, in I Radford, rt 0
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i nursery for small children is con- the Pacific area 'for almost three t
I
ducted by the Mother's Club at the .:years and has enough points to rate 35 8 12
Florida Published, by every the Friday CLEWISTON in Clewlaton NEWS,,, Community Center. a discharge if he wishes it. 1 Belle GLade Gds.' 2 Ab R H I $10.00

f nc. "The Wrath of the Lamb" is the I Lee, 2b 3 0 1\\

theme of the minister's sermon. Roger Saxon, a brother of Mrs.. Littleton, Ib 3 0

Entered as second class mall matter You are cordially invited to,,wor- C. A. Thomas, who spent some time Mayer, ss 2 0 0 I

February,1,Florida 1927, at under the Post the Office Act of inClewlston ship with us. here just before entering the serv- McDonald, sf, 2 0 I I Will open a Personal Check-

March 3, 1897. I ice, is also back in the States after Myernick, 3b 3 0 I. ing Account without obligation -
i ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL Sutterlin, rt 3 0 0
Pa- -
three years in the Southwest ; -' 1 to maintain any
I CHURCH McGuire, If 2 1 1
in Australia for
cific.
CARR SETTLE, Publisher Roger was fixed balance, provided as
Lucas, cf 3 0 0
some time but through the past few -
Services every Sunday:: at 8:30a. many as five checks are
Subscription Rate--?-5.50 Per Year months we've kinda lost track of Hardage, c 3 I 0
m., at Clewiston Community written in one month.As .
any
Capo, p # 2 0 0
Advertising Rater On Application him. He'll visit his parents, Mr.
hurch.THE and Mrs. R. L. Saxon, in Miami first 'much or :as little may
REV. S. D. MASON 26 2 4 be kept in the account
and we're hoping he'll be out to see as
Devoted: to the advancement and wI-1 Priest in Charge. us before too long. Jerry Greenberger, pitching in the desired. The cost is only

fare of Clewiston and Henary County I I I form that made him one of the out- lOc for each check written

... ...... .... standing pitchers of the first half, :
.
... and 'checkbook
,
beautiful
';:;: :-: : : : :-:-: : : : :-> > :-: : : : : : Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Pape are expecting a
limited the Belle Glade Guards to.
their son, Richard, home with your name imprinted
four hits and ''two runs. The Flyers
,
NATIONAL EDITORIAL from Bainbridge, Md., Monday' at the therein is furnished free.
collecting twelve hits, were pooped
SSOCIATION WithOur conclusion_ of his Naval boot train- Modern needs demand modern
, tn up when Donnelly opened the game
ing. After a week: at home he will methods
iii with a blistering single that starteda >
return to Bainbridge for reassign-
rally which continued throughoutthe
ment, either. to trade school or to
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The hitting stars were Ed Ruh- Addressed envelopes \provided
School Of "' "!ir. lander of the Flyers who cracked a
All Church : Cp!. Jimmy Holland has just undergone -
i \ :lJ/: in the another operation at the homer, double and single in four FLORIDANATIONAL '
Evangelism At trips to the plate. Sgt. 'RIP' Collins
I Je hospital in LeMans, France, wherehe
.- ) leading batter of first half .
[J came
Church I t 3. is recuperating from an injury
BANK
Baptist through with two for four. Hallock
few weeks of the
OH Service received in the last I
first baseman of the Flyers, collected -
Battle of Germany. His injured
at Belle Glade
chu'rchSchoOl of Evan two for three.
An "All foot, he writes, is getting along
held at the First A> ; i I McDonald who will
gelism" will be :a' nicely but may prevent his doing any we : nickname
Church this next week: with I thief, robbed the Flyers of, number :Member of Florida National
Rev Baptist Harry Liechty of Jacksonville; I -.:-:..:-:..:..:-..-:..:.;-.:..:..:..:..:..:..; :..;..;:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..: months great amount'yet. The of work operation for several was a 1 I I of sure hits when he snagged a Group of BanksF

leading. Rev. Liechty is the superintendent \ minor one necessitated by after effects the line drives over third base, hold-

of city missions in It is with considerable pleasure of an appendectomy performedsoon .I ing the score down by doing so. .:II:N NON..:N:H 1:N N:N:ti 1.:N:N:N:N:N:N:N-N:N:N:N:N:. f
sonville, and is employed jointly by that we welcome back to Clewistonthis after he entered service. t
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the Home Mission.Bpard. of the I week the last of the three Clew- Cpl. Holland's wife and baby r.L": _ &
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of war = 'V ;;.T" .r<" : Southern Baptist Convention and the: iston boys who were prisoners
State Mission Board of the Florida in Germany. Lt. Morris Ford got daughter, Donna Louise arrived
.well Palm Beach Tuesday here this week from Indianapolis to IF YOU
WISH
Baptist Convention. He oo-ioi into West I THEFINEST
qualified for his task and it is expected morning where he was met by his visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs._ I. R.

that he will have a large mother and although, as this is writ- Holland until he returns home from

number to hear him during the ten, we haven't'' been able to contact France. And they're hoping that he I .

week. The classes are open to Morris it is probable that he will be will be able to come very soon. FOOD
w i
everybody. Sunday School teachers here foi' sixty days. f

and church workers will especially Enough here that he is back safe Lillian Hooks received word the

benefit from the discussions. The and sound and although his weightis first of the week that her husband,I .

meetings will begin at 8 p. m. I reported down some below normal -I CPO Richard Hooks of the SeaBees Try A Complete Dinner At .

it is not anything that can't be I has sailed again for the western -
METHODIST CHURCH j jTtev. i -few weeks of rest andMoni's Pacific area. In his same bat- I H
cured by a
,v. S. Bozeman. Pastor ii i i home cooking. (I'I talion is CPO Wilbur Goff and the

i! i j I I two Clewiston boys will again be THE CANEBRAKEFrom

Methodist services will be held 111'au(1 together in their new assignment
News has been received by I
Sunday evening at 8:00 in the Library 1 i wherever it may be.
Mrs A. P. Wynn that their son, \
room with Dr. A. O. Murphy, *
James, is back in the Slates and will
district superintendent of the Lake- Ensign W. C. Owen, Jr., arrived $1.25 and Up
be home very shortly. He was at
land district, conducting the services home Thursday on a surprise leaveof
when heard from
Fort McPherson
and holding quarterly conference for about two weeks' duration. It --
and after a few days there will comeon
the Moore Haven and Clewiston was a most pleasant surprise t'o his
hom('. He is entitled, we SERVICE FROM 6 TO 9 O'CLOCK, SHORT ORDERS
churches. under-I parents who thought that he was
stand, to a discharge button
Everyone: is cordially invited to far at sea but his boat docked at an 9 TILL 11:30 :
may get back to Clewiston as ci-
attend this service.CLEWISTON Eastern port and he was permitteda
vilian. Jack, his brother! who serv-I
-- -" ---- little time off for a visit at home.
ed in the same unit overseas,
.
-- AIR CONDITIONED
CO3IMUN1TY:
not been heard from but the family :
'- COUPONS EXPIRE
CHURCH is hoping that he'll come in with
David C. Hancock, Minister James.

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Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. cooling his heels at Fort McPher-I in March, will not be good for 'use -

I after June 30, OPA District DirectorDr.
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James S. Thomas in Miami said

today. Consumers who have any of Increased Quantities Of

these coupons that represent an un-

expired ration may exchange them I

for valid coupons at their local Genuine Chevrolet Parts

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Y tl'J 4wAroo)6' I Service station operators will

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to their suppliers for gasoline or to ,

I the War Price and Rationing Board

for ration checks. Distributors have

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FRIDAY JUNE 1:;, 1045 THE CLEWISTGJ? NEWS r \r.E FIVE

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A. ""M N ,----'n'------------------- where he has been attending Georgia rick, Mrs. E. F. Phillippi, Mrs, H. E. Vacation
..ChurchI
Military College and he has accepted Walker and Mrs. Sikes. -

a position in the city office. Mrs. This class extends a cordial wel-

s; Paul was graduated May 30 from come to all the men of Clewistonand I (Continued from page 1)

: II PERSONAL and SOCIETY Peabody High School in Milledge- vicinity to all church serviceson class is conducted by Airs W. HV

i X .i; ville. Father's Day. I Burkhardt, are Joyce Bartz, PatsY'

' Casper, Charles Gericke, Linda Leer
I :i; Mrs. Doyle Worth, Mrs. Vernon MOTHER'S CLUB MET ON Janice Magill, Eddie Musgrave, Bar-

''n........_.........._...._. .._. ...._.._.._.._.. .'_..._.._.,._......_... ._....'. ..........,_., '."'._......_.._.._.._.._....-, -, ,- -,_-...-'_.....' .oM.. .......'".'., Henderson, Miss Estelina Huested, :MONDAY EVENING bara Twiddy, Bernie Thompson,. '
Miss Evelyn Lee, Miss Evelyn C. I Jeanne Bartz, John Bartz, Bobby'
Miss Marjorie Arnette visited in ; Mrs. W. P. Conley has returnedI l Lee, Miss Letha Stacey, :Miss Ruth The Mother's Club met last Mon_ ', Berner, Virginia Lee Preeden, Betty
I Miami with friends last week. from a week's visit with her sister,, Henderson, Miss Lillian Kinney and day evening in the Library. Plans 'Coleman, Ronald Hare, Jimmie John-

I Mrs. J. D. Pitts, of Ashbury, Ga. Miss Ruth Barstow enjoyed a beach were made to take care of 1\Iona.. son, Buber Mills, Rachel Miner and
Miss Mildred Duba is visiting at party at Lake Worth Beach Friday Grace Alford, the orphan sponsoredby Ann Prewitt.
Bradenton Beach this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker and night. this I 1 I
organization during her The Church School will close
I -- ![Major and Mrs. Robert Ford are visit here. Mrs. M. H. Peers gavean Friday, June 22, with the annual on
Mrs. James Harris spent Monday vacationing in Miami for a few days
Richardson-Bloomer interesting discussion "How Church
School picnic at 6:00
m.
[ p.
in West Palm Beach. i j[ Many Languages Do Babies Speak?" Following a'covered dish supperrthere
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens has returned
The hostesses Mrs. Curtis will be a
'' Mr and Mrs.; R. L. Bloomer Thompson program presented
James Cousins and Lou Place of'from a Tampa trip, accompanied by oRogersville
y and Mrs. L. M. Weetman by the classes of the vacation schooL
I I serv-
Miami were week-end visitors here. her nephew, Thomas Owens; Jr., wh I ,. Tenn., announce the
ed refreshments, to Mesdames J.. W.
--- I I will spend the summer,with her. marriage of their daughter, Bett
Durden, Foy Durrence, C. L, Mc-
Mrs :Marty Walsh has returned, to Kyle Bloomer, to Robert Lancaster '
'. Lendon, D. C. Hancock, L. M. FOR
Clewiston after an extended illnessin j The Rev. H. C. Meador spent the Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Weet-i RENT 6-room
man, W D. Wylie, Mrs. Peers, G. H. I
West Palm Beach. week-end in Key West as guest minister H. Richardson, of Dubuque, Iowa.
: _I Brown, L. M. Hutson C
: house
at the ;Poinciana Baptist The ceremony took place at the *.F.EEgley. j completely f urn'

Eugene Mills, Jr., is attending Church in that city. Clewiston Community Church on '
Edison College in Fort Myers for Friday evening, June eighth, 8:00: MRS.HOSTESS ished. Box 425, or !
TO BRIDGE CLUB
six weeks. Mrs. R. C. Nowling and 11arthaJean o'clock, with the Rev David C. Han-
---; phone -'277 Belle
Glade.
are spending a few days in cock officiating. ,
Mr. and Mis. Ben Bolton left this West Palm Beach while Martha Jean The bride was dressed in''a gown Hostess to her bridge club Wed- '-.

week to spend a vacation. in Dawson;I undergoes :a: tonsilectomy.Miss of white marquisette fashioned with nesday afternoon was Mrs. Otto : f" tL
Larsen. High score was held by
,Georgia. a square neckline, bordered by a
-, -- Marion De Lozier, of Con- double band of embroidered organdie Mrs W. C. Owen and low scorer was
1 I Mrs. J. E.
;.Y. ; Sgt. and Mrs. George Bestor have nelsville, Pa., is' spending the summer .:. Embroidered bands of organdie Beardsley. FOR SALE One 18-ft
returned to Camp Sibert, Alabama, !I with her aunts, Miss Marion extended from the waistline intoa Others playing were Mrs. R. C. :

.'.' after a visit here with relatives. j Leydig and, Mrs. Leah Spicer. generous train. Her fingertip Wilson, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs.C. Roycraft Trailer. Phone
illusion veil fell from a heart shaped J. Neilson, Mrs. F. E. Conkling,

I }' : Frank F.. Veltri was a business S-Sgt. Leroy Hare and Sgt. Tom I halo. The bride carried a shower and Mrs.: J., V. Francis and Mrs. W. I 81 or 105. 2tp

:.:':'\ visitor in West Palm Beach on Tues- i J my Hammer, Hendricks Field, were bouquet of white tube roses 'anc. L. Lott, guests for the afternoon.
', .' day. baby breath, centered by a white
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,fp. ." the week-end, Mrs., Maude guests Hare.of Sgt.. Hare'smother orchid. .:N:N Nii.1:1.:1111.ti.N..N..N..ti.N.NN.. ..N!M..N.N..N..N.M..N,.M..N..1...N.N1N.. ..N.N..N.....;i.Nil. .N..N1N. ..N.N..111. .N,.N..:,..N..H.N.N.11..P
r:}:'," Mrs. Elthea Elmore was .a business ,! Miss Virginia Bloomer, of Atlanta, ,

1-. ? visitor in Fort Myers on Wednes- j Ga., attended her sister as maid-of- ,
Mrs. Lou Mancuso, and daughter,,
t':,'/ day. j honor, and wore a gown of 'pink CLIENTSSTILL
Juanita, left thisweek to spend a
marquisette with a square neckline,
I i iQ vacation in New York with her
:
:- M. H. Brewer 'of West Palm S par three-quarter length sleeves, and a '

;, ,:' .,:.: Beach was a business visitor here ents. __ cascade of ruffles in the back .extending LOOKING FOR HOUSES : .(
t-.i". ':. ": on Tuesday. I from the waistline. Her I'f
':- -; ..... -. ,' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leonard flowers were pink gladioli.
kl,,- ';, '. .: Mr. and Mrs. Neil J. Dwyer are were called to North Carolina this The bride's: mother wore rose We Need Listings '

\;'..;;" spending a week's'. vacation in Mi' week by the death of Mr. Leonard's crepe, while the groom's,mother was
'.: : ; ami. \ brother._ They will V return Sunday gowned in blue, chiffon. Each worea V Priced
I Right
gardenia corsage.A. 1'
r .-." Mrs. O. E. Galloway and son, Miss June Dunaway left Wednes D. Richardson ,of Clewiston \
Wayne, visited in Tampa and Wau-! day for Jacksonville' where she will attended his brother as best man.

chula last week-end. I take a business course at Massey'sI Ushers were R. V. Walker and J. D. J. E. BeardsleyREAL

"' -, I Business College. Leftwich:
{;-, Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Rigby enter-j "I'll Be LaYing You Always" and
,
I tained a group of relatives from Miss Betty Jean' McDuffie' will 1 "Oh, Promise Me" were sung by ESTATE
rif--:::' _. Miami here Sunday.Ralph ., ( leave Monday to visit in Valdostaand Mrs. Howard Graves, and appropriate BROKERi;
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Sycamore, Ga., for
a couple of
wedding music was played by
Vaughn spent last Thursday -I weeks. Mrs. Christine Doty. Phone 66 Hopkins Bldg. I
J
F ,. ,. = in West Palm Beach on busi: -- Immediately following the ceremony :

't! '." V ness. Dr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Crooks of a reception was held for the .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..
"_ St. Augustine are here for a couple bride and groom on the terrace of

{ :.... .' i Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mountain I of days visit. Rev. D. C. 'Hancock the Clewiston Inn, after which the ..
;> .;}:"'!---:'. ''V spent last Saturday in. West'. .,Palm I met them in West Palm Beach., couple left for a short 'wedding trip i
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f.:;i. ,;' Ensign_ 'W. C. Owen, Jr., arrivedThursday was gold gabardine with' 'black ac-
:',: :: I from Portsmouth, V Virginia Surf
: J. D. Cason left this week for cessories.On Cottagesi
tt.: V to spend a short leave'with his
: Tampa Mhere' he has Thursday the
.. accepted a. po- evening prior to ,
,1( ,sition.Mr.. parents, Mr. and Mrs.. W. C. Owen. wedding, the groom's mother, Mrs.

I'::.:: -- Jr. C. 'H.. Richardson, wa hostess to a i

)( and Mrs.'' Jame W. Durden bridal dinner, attended by the bridal
,
; '\' Mr.. and Mrs. N.. V. S. Mumford
and children party and members of the two fam- f
r were week-end .
V visitors
: ?left today to attend the graduationexercises ilies. 9 MILES NORTH OF PALM BEACH
'
in Miami. -
:3V. of their son, N. V. S. Mum- ',
'I'I'
--- ford, Jr., from Massachusetts Insti HIGHWAY NO. 1
i : :' V Sgt. and Mrs. Tom Malone were tute of Technology, Boston, Mass. W. M. U. Has Meeting "
< week-end visitors in West: Palm; ,
,',' Beach At Baptist Church
r I Mrs. B. L. Thompson and chil-
ik' ---- .
dren returned this week from Tam- I c-
N.' pa, where Mrs. Thompson was called The "7.; M, U. met at the Baptist j f Spend your. .vacation af your local beach resort. Two

'i'" by the serious illness of her Church Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. t
mo efficiency- cottages .Hotel Rooms lining Room
I room -.
r. ther.. Fred Slices_ had charge of the V ,". r,' "
I program and used as her theme"Fa.1f'1g Cocktail I 1 '.,' .
Lounge.. .- (, : I
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; I Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Reahard left } Tomorrow with God." Mrs V ,.

t't' -. Thursday for Miami where they will W. R. Broadrick gave the 'devotion .. '", .. :" ;. '., \
I take a plane shortly' for Lima, Peru, from Psalm 110 and led in prayer SUMMER SEASON STARTS JUNE 1.:

':.-, :MATINEE :? P. M., MTE 7-9,P.M.: I where Mr. Reahard has accepted a Three very interesting talks were ,
I'
I position and where they will make given by Mrs. Sikes, In the Days of
For Reservations'
;:.J_ Spend ;Tour Vacation At The their home. I Youth, Today's Youth, and Youth ;,

' "' Dixie and Save Your and World Missions. Mrs. E. M. I Write 623 30th Street V ,:'Call 8940 :
if: Money In Rev. D. C. Hancock l'eturn"d'Vednesday Cornette and Mrs. H. C Meador gavea V,

I from Lake Alfred wherehe dialogue, "Light Tomorrow with WEST PALM BEACH ;
c took a group of Community Today." Mrs. Dalson closed with a r

Church young people Tuesday morning prayer. _......... :r.... .... ...-''O"J,;; c... "' :": "'-r-r; __,----T:< _.
to attend the Presbyterian YoungPeople's Mrs. E. M. Corvette presided over

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the minutes of the last meeting were Y'..

- Mrs. James --Holland and babydaughter read and committee reports were
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.. Donna Louise given.
of Indianapolis
e I ,' Ind., arrived Sunday for a Present were Mrs Fred Sikes,
r: I visit of several weeks with her fa- Mrs. Cornette; Mrs. Meador,' Mrs: Ii" MftrApaios II IIX

z. ther-in-law and mother-in-law, Mr. Fred Dunaway, :Mrs. T. L. Tanner, ,
'I.Ii>, and Mrs. I. R. Holland, who met her Mrs. Fred Topper, Airs Arch Hodges
,:,, 'I WarLoao I I in West Palm Beach. and Mrs. Dalson and Mrs W. R.

Broadrick. .
: That public acceptance of these fine instruments is :;:
,2;' Mr. and Mrs. James Paul_ returned -
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e;;.' -. __ WITH MRS. :MONTGOMERYThe : : :: of our most recent sales which discloses eleven ((11)) were :!=
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n aSSKljRSDAIRY; -- .". _....- I Ruth Sunday -School Class of :J jj: MirrApianos.. They have ushered- a new era in piano :!:

I. the Baptist Church met last Friday::: designing. The eye sees a small, graceful looking instru- :;!:

Flamingo Brand evening at the home of Mrs. W. A. :=: ment, but the ear hears the resonant musical tone that is, 5.=
Montgomery for its regular monthly': :!:
business and social gathering. .:Mrs: :: possible only with adequate string lengths and generous

, W. R. Broadrick, class president, _: sounding board area. These fine pre-war pianos contain ::: ,I

I i FEEDS I was in charge of the program and ::2::: the best of materials and workmanship, plus the re-styling :::
chose as her theme, "Father .,
and ;
Mother." : into modern looking cases fitting them to grace the most :!:
I Mrs. W. J. Robison gave :::

,-. Roughage and Concentrated feeds- the devotion and led in prayer, and ::: exquisite home. They are fully guaranteed ,and have reasonably .:..: i!
; each member joined in singing "The :::, priced terms.
Old Rugged Cross." '.:;, ::=
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I" I Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users Mrs. Fred Sikes' reading "What .:. .:.
Then" :was given, followed by Mrs. '. :!:
We also have a nice selection of medium sized :uprights -
> Montgomery with "Where Mother :!:
t= You Can't Buy A Better Feed -I Prayed and If" by Mrs Broadrick ) ::i:: that are in excellent condition priced to meet the :::

;, Scripture verses were then Quoted .:. needs of the conservative budget. Terms if desired. .:.!:
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FOR SALE IN TillS AREA AT DEHYDRATING PLANT; IN I IX::
group singing "Blessed Be The Tie I ,
MOORE HAVEN I I That Binds" in honor of Miss Alice *: Brubaker Music Co. I

> I II Kerr who hi'1* to make her sum- : :X::
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mer home in Ohio. { .'.
WOBJJRN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) I A social ]'oTvrs then enioypd ./*':. 204-06-08 Datura Street :!:
by Mrs.: Jack Himrod. Mrs;. W. M. '
MOORE HAVEN'.. FLORIDA II Parrish, Mrs Fred Dunaway, 'Mrs. :_::. Phone 3175 West Palm Beach, FloridaJ ::_::

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This Husband Deserved mt t MMMMhMMMMhhMMMMhhhP MMhhM( hhhMMMMMMMMh

A Medal for His TactA ASK MS ?1!
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? A quiz with answers -offering 1i
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film actor and his wife were

their seated club.in a The secluded wife had corner a tongue of Cooperation for Peace $ rk 11 NO TIlER .I information on various subjects ?\!


like a shrew and was berating her hhhMc .-hC.C.C'-hhhhr+ hhhhhhMMc'. .p. MMhhc..N-N (
husband in uncertain terms. J,4:, ,
no
Based Compromise The Questions 7. Why do leaves turn up before''
Unnoticed by her, a party of an impending ra 11storm.;

acquaintances approached within x 1. What does comme il faut
earshot, just as she delivered her mean? The Answers

self of this: "You are nothingmore 2. How do Washington's Japa-

than a mean skunk! Of all the Nations Must Yield Some Sovereignty to Lend : nese cherry trees differ from our 1. Proper. As it should be.

low-down, slimy snakes, I think native cherry trees? 2. They do not bear fruit.
Threats
you are the worst! Why you are Helping Hand Against to j 3. What technical term is 3. Gynarchy.

just a cheap skate!" World Security. :' plied to a government by women ap-? 4. All the voters of a state.

Suddenly noticing the people f n F ) 5. Ceylon.
4. Who
elects
who had just arrived, the husband, v large? congressmen at 6. Strength.

with great presence of mind,'said: BAUKIIAGE 7. It is due to an increase of atmospheric
By 5. The
Singhalese inhabi-
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are
"You're quite right, my dear; that ti moisture. Therefore the*
News Analyst and Commentator. tants of what country?
was good. And what else did yousay leaf stalk absorbs more moisture '!

to him?" WNU Service, Union Trust Building, If she will not, it is largely,a matter lable 6. What in the is English the longest language monosyl-? and "warps,'" turning the leaf'I''!

Washington, D. C. of ignorance as to what .that over. :

SAN FRANCISCO. The tumult sacrifice involves. And who makes I

r and the shouting dies, the captainsand the sacrifice? The people them: SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLECRAFT

SNAPPY FACTSllaw the kings depart, still stands selves or some abstraction known as I

Thine ancient sacrifice an humble the "government?" Bluebirds in Color
Linens
and a contrite heart. so said At this point let me quote that on

Kipling in describing the end of a other student of international rela-
Due to an unusually large demand and ,
RUBBER war "far-called our navies melt tions, who, it is true, does not raise I current war conditions, slightly more time
T'm t away. ) As I review this chapter of his sight to the point of world federa- is required In filling orders for a few of I

current history here at San Fran- tion but who has urged it on a 74811L the most popular pattern numbers. -

cisco where the world security or- more limited basis. Send your order to: !i

Gulf Coast oil-producing companies ganization is in the making, I am I refer to Clarence Streit who has Sewing Circle I I

vie a rubber-fired" vehicle called a impressed with one thing: what has long campaigned for a federal unionof 564 W. Randolph Needlecraft St. Chicago Dept.80, HI.

"marsh buggy. It Is equipped with already been achieved containing the north Atlantic democracies.He Enclose 16 cents for PatternNo.

tires 333i-120 inch Inches cross-sections.In diameter The and OPA with merit and the seeds of hope for a says that the only loss of sovereignty .

set price ceilings at $1,075.15 for peaceful world has been achievedby involved is the subordinationof

casings and $328.34 for tubes. the sacrifice offered by the hum- the ruling bodies to the ruling I Name

ble and contrite hearts. body of the union, that a citizen still Address
Hawaii is currently! producing That sounds somewhat idealistic has the right of franchise and all I
small of natural "
amounts
very
but let me explain.I the
rubber. It is the only tree perhaps rest of his rights.

rubber being grown under think it is not an exaggerationto Does the citizen of Richmond, Va., HOW TO "KNOW" ASPIRIN .

the American flag except for say that compromise is the key- who, after the secession of the south Just be sure to ask for St.Joseph hpirm. I

experimental plantings in stone of harmony whether it is a ern states owed his allegiance to the There's none faster, none stronger. 100

Florida. question of interpersonal, inter- Confederacy, enjoy any less rights Be tablets cost only 35c. Why pay more?
sure to demand St.
Undamaged tire plants In Belgiumand party, interstate or international re i today when the seat of his federal Joseph Aspirin

France that have fallen Into the lations. And what is compromisebut government is the capital of all the

bands of the Allies are to be put to sacrifice? United States. Is the Scotsman in
work retreading truck tires for Army Applied to the United Nations con- of
Edinburgh deprived any privi-
vehicles which would otherwise have '
ference on international organization -
leges which he held when he was a
!I to be d."' sacrifice of national aspira-
subject of chieftain, laird or Scottish r'Jw F :.
H # tion, and compromise which meant king? On the contrary.U. .

yielding actual selfish advantage of .J" r
the moment in the hope of gaining S. Learns to 1 -

potential advantage for the general Give and Take

have at least evidenceof
good, given
The American representative who

good will. Good will, implementedby sits in the assembly or is chosen to LY / 1 t

popular endorsement, means the council of the proposed United ))

practical progress toward peace. Nations organization is no less the

Peace More servant of John Q. Citizen of Bing-, y!:

REGo0 Natural Than War ville than the man he elects.In BLUEBIRDS the symbol of i:

drieh proportion to their size, there happiness-what more appropriate '
You may have read a very trench-
are no less rivalries between San motif, for a 'prospective
ant article by' Emery Reves, authority 'Francisco and Los Angeles than bride's linens? Do them in nat- DOROTHY ,a
and writer on international
there between two nationsof ural color.
are any UR
affairs in the current Mercury
the earth. But cities and statesof S e
magazinewhich confutes the. argu-
ment that, since war is a part of our federal union would no' more Birds and flowers are in easiest possible a Pttb /
tt think of attempting armed warfare stitchery. Pattern 7481 has a transfer star of "1J H'ghDe
human nature, it can never be pre with each, other than decent pattern of 20 motifs, 2 by 2 to 4ft by 10 mount wetl
any
Broomed l
vented. Mr. Reves goes about his Inches. well who
law-abiding citizen would think of many stan
Hollywood
task of disproving this convent bro-
informed
PoWder.-
mide of the pessimist in a highly sci- shooting up his neighbor, to get his Be Color Tooth Inc.,

entific manner. radio, his wife or his parking privi- Year to Cool Lava McKesson & Robbins.

FAMOUS DISCOVERYacts "Why," he asks, "did cities once leges. We are that civilized. We ac- gr.dSepon'Conn
cept the sacrifice of sovereignty of t00tHcM11fl
wage war against each other and '
our home state to sovereignty under' Lava is sometimes ejected'froma : ( POWDER
fast on the kidneys why do they no longer fight each '
other with weapons today? the United States. volcano at such a high temperature

When we'' advance to the point that, after cooling a year, it "
-to ease painful bladder irritation "Why, at certain'times did great -
where sacrifice is still hot enough to fry steaks.
landowner barons war with each we can the degreeof
caused by
excess acidity in the urine
other' and why have they ceased sovereignty of our nation neces-

Thousands are thanking: DR. KILMER'S the practice? sary in order to guarantee world
SWAMP ROOT for helping them to re- / order will be civilized
move the cause of needless "getting up at "Why did the various churches we enough
nights". For this pure herbal medicine plunge their adherents into armed to be sure that our sons won't run -,

originally, acts created quickly to by increase a practising the flow physician of warfare and why today, are they i the chance of killing and being

urine..,helps relieve backache,run-down able to worship side by side with- killed as part of a spectacle of STIFF JOINTS and BRUISESMuscular
feeling", uncomfortable '
bladder Irritation. SWAMP symptoms ROOT Is of a out shooting each other? Why did mass murder which even the hor- )

carefully scientific blended preparation.herbs,A combination, of Scotland and England, the author rors of this war will pale. Aches and Pains Sprains Strains ;. )
roots
balsams. Absolutely nothing vegetables harsh or continues, and other parts of what The San Francisco conferencecan :

liabtt-forming when you use Dr. Kilmer' are now single nations, once fight present a blue print of the ma- -J:!

medicine.fast. to bring Just you good new ingredients comfort! that act and now live together peacefully? chinery' for peace. Only civilization '
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Send for free, prepaid sample TODAYI Reves points out that these and ,itself, Can implement it. ;
Like thousands of others you'll be glad ,,
that you did. Send name and address to other, groups, presumably because it It is easier to understand thingswe "..-' '

Department, Kilmer &: Co., Inc., Box was the nature of the beast to once can see and touch than ideas. .' .
Conn. Offer limited. Send consider it natural to decide their :
at once. All druggists sell Swamp Root. ,* ,/
differences with tooth claw '0:
pow- ;
Brooks Harding was born in "1
der and shot, or bow and arrow and s s t s t ::';'k:
Nebraska and grew ,up with 'the
yet that kind of legal murder no .
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normal nationalism of a boy who ,
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exists and would mod- :
longer horrify
had never seen a foreign flag flying This package contains a combination of minerals produced ..:,,:yra
ern man. and compounded by Nature alone, with artificial Ingredients .." '
anywhere. He served in the last \ cp '. fih
This is his answer to these : nor snaa-mnde drugs. When you mix it with your ,_.-l'i
war in the artillery,' 'later became.interested drinking water, according to directions and drink Crazy : 'J
provocative questions: in aviation. He had a Water day after day you join millions who have attacked ,.-.,:-
"Wars between these social units the cause of thdr troubles. Gently but surely Crazy Waterttimulatq
small aircraft ,factory and then a ;', '
three main cleansing channels kidney, skin :?
cease to exist the moment sov- and intestinal elimination. Crazy Water brings positive :C ': ,
small leather factory in New York "..
ereign power is transferred to a Lt benefits la faulty: elimination the cause and aggravating .,_'. ,;
state. X, s .factor of rheumatic pains, digestive orders constipation. -:>
unit. ,
larger or higher He watched the Leagueof Nations r' excess: acidity, etc. Get a package of Crazy Water Crystals ; ::':;
That is worth pondering. .your drug store today. .:,; '
I' rise and fall.'He saw the United .
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Yield -
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SovereigntyTo -- --
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start. He became convincedthat '

G' ,_ Higher unless' there was some out : ,-
CommunityThe quti J.;( .Jtrl1.l: toj:i\{" "ti ""g w t_ t ,
ward outward J ;
symbol some appeal
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sovereign power of the cities -- - -- -
which would stir 'the imagination -J
;/ 1 \ : yielded to the :power of the nation; I
and the emotions of the people, the }
: England and Scotland yielded their
second attempt at world harmony
separate sovereignty to the sover-, would did the I
fail first.
as
eignty of the British crown. This occurred -
t'# as a part of the due processof I.' And so he literally left all he had I cf1

r civilization which began when I with the sole purpose of makinghis -. .s
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the individual cave man agreed', contribution in the form of a -, 'I

to abide by-the rules of the tribe, 'United Nations' flag.. c

the tribe submitted to the will of That flag has not been officially : '1

WHY GAMBLE ? the community and so on until the adopted but it flew in Washingtonand :

process produced the United States. it flew' in San Francisco a Heat's bad enough...but humming .

It doesn't pay to let bruises, Here is a vast area occupying a plain white field with four verticalred V flies and buzzing mosquitoes can ..
cuts burns --
or go untended make hot weather horror!
a
even minor ones. Play safe huge sector of a great continent, bars symbolizing, he says, victory -
these summertime
cleanse at once,and dress with which, after a bloody war where equality, unity and freedom.It Spray pests
with Flit! This effective pleasant
Dr.Porter's Antiseptic Oil.This state rights versus federal author- is sponsored by the United Nations -
old reliable smelling insecticide kills the .!
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stand-by. the :
ity was the issue, became a unified Honor Flag committee sup- ..
formula of a longexperiencedrailroad o ,#t dread, germ-ladea malaria,mosquitoes -
surgeon. .Is wonder- whole. Hates, rivalries, competition, ported by such contributions whichhe -/7 A as well as common -
fully soothing, and tends to religious and economic difference could make or which he could I moths and flies. Buy an '

promote nature's healing pro continue (as a part of human nature solicit in travels about the coun- ample supply of I
cesses.
Keep it on hand for ,
emergency use in taking caro ) but internecine strife is un try.He Flit, today

of minor burns,bruises,abra- thinkable. hopes for its official sanction.He &__

sions, chafing, sunburn,non- Where's the rub, then? Just, "sov- feels that this banner may .

as poisonous directed.insect Three bites.different Use only ereignty" which is a fighting word, some day become the rallying in- FLIT "

sizes at your drugstore.thtGROVE still today. The United States is will- signia for the people of all peace- ( -"

ing, anxious to participate in the loving nations, who without slacken / KILLS FLIES, MOTHS F? :'

( LABOR United Nations organization the ing their loyalty to their own coun- AND MOSQUITOES, -
ATORIES
/1NC.- ''. people have given that' mandate to try will respect and support the r C ye.ttttltawornoo
STy'iouis
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both parties. But will she yield her forces for international
M hs ,.(:' 9.0 S OD, 'r.A'JftJ good will
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S.".: He's un American hero. After fighting the Seventh. He was killed a few weeks ago

!: ., ; bloody battles in the Pacific, he was home on on Iwo, just after he had led his assault teamto HERE'S WHAT UNCLE SAM 1
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Select your individual In the 7th War :"v
quota
; :. name is John Basilone, Marine Gunnery We can't let him and all our other fight Loan according to your Income-then meet iell! /'

a\J, '. '. Sergeant. He traveled all over America, urg ing heroes down. Remember, last year 'we 1/your Your War Bond Quota
income in tbt Jtb is:
; ( ing every American: to buy more bonds. had two War Loan Drives by this time. The average per month is: (Cash Value)

:,,{;: ::';: '.. He, said: ."You don't know-you can't r .%.- ._.. ._ .250 225-250-&-up __ .: f'.f"I.1' .1uua 150.00 .._.. .....

.>: know-how much it means to the boys out 210-225 131.25

:"". there when they hear the folks back home ,200-210 180-200 112.50 93.75

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your dollars join the fight in the ';
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Medal of Honor "
and offered him a commis. :-
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f 1" ; sion. He didn't want it. "I'm a plain soldier," Seventh is our personal call to arms-two i-'";{- -
WAR LOAN!
\ .: he said. ."I want to stay one." drives in one. That's why our quota is large. 1 '!r

A Well, he stayed a plain marine-like We must meet it-we will meet it-for :.,..

\lr Joe and Bill and the fellows down the street. the hero of Iwo-for Yict'ory-for pride in p.'

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Waterway Hearing- ly navigation interests and of- Frank Harben Enters and the second is to illustrate to: 1945! at 5:00) o'clock in t>:" :tf-rrioon
ficials of the State of Florida and (Eastern War Time) for I1!" purposeof
young people how effici-
the officials of any county, city, town, National Garden ContestFrank necessary :
(Continued from Page 1) or local association whose interests ent production and marketing meth-l i 1. Electing a Supervisor:
2.
;aion';" the of cds will be to the vegetable growers !; Receiving Annual Reports and
may be affected by provision taking action with respect there
The report of the Chief of Engineers the proposed improvements, are requested Harben of Clewiston will of the future. 'Winners are decided | to as the landowners may determine -
printed in House Document to be present or to be represented -pit his knowledge of efficient production on the basis of the contestants' 3. Transacting: !and such other business,
(396, Seventy-sixth; ..Congress, third at the above named time and marketing methods efforts On studies of produc- as may come before the meeting -
session, referred to In the resolution and place. Interested parties are )ini -against boys and girls of 45 statesin tion and marketing, their vegetable .
of 13 October 1943, was adopted by i I vited to furnish information regard- the fifth annual contest of the projects and their community activities j Board of Supervisors of
the River and Harbor Act (Public : National Junior Vegetable Growers ." Clewiston Drainage District.
ing any difficulties expected to be June 15, 22, 1945.
Law '14,. 79th Cong., 1st sess.), 'approved i experienced in navigating or operating Association. I 1-r I,

;: 2 March 1945. I I vessels and tows in the existing This county's entry is eligible to j
The existing Federal project for i channel from Punta Rasa to Fort compete for awards from the $6- ]I NOTICE LANIJOWXKKS OP ANNUAL MKETIfttOK OFDRAINAGE : ra
'(he lower Caloosahatchee River pro.vides Pierce and Stuart, if and when deep- 000 scholarship fund provided an- CLIDVISTON IISTRICT I IBBBBBBBBBBBBBliWlNDSOI
for a channel 200 feet wide and ----- The .-
ened to 8 feet as recommended ini nually for the association contest by I
12 feet deep at mean low water i House Document No. 696, Seventy- the A. & P. Food Stores, Prof. GrantB. Notice Is hereby given that, pur- I kYWOOO BIACH.
of Mexico to Punta suant to call of the Board of Supervisors ...
Gulf :
from the
third session and Massachusetts State ;:
Snyder
i sixth Congress, of of Clewiston Drainage District, ,.
Rasa, a distance of about 3.5 miles, subsequently authorized by Con- College, advisory chairman of the the annual meeting of the landownersof
:thence 100 feet wide and 10 feet Clewiston Drainage District for the I I
will be The awards
given junior mlr.
,I'gress. They an opportunity group, reported. year 1944 will be held ';it the office]
deep at mean low water to Fort' ,! to. express their views upon include a $500 national champion- of the District at Clewiston, Hendry! w.1
:Myers (Edison Memorial Bridge), a the necessity for deepening this waterway ship, four $200 regional awards, 33 I County, Florida, on Thursday. July 5, '' CIBBBBBBBBBIf ore
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16.:: miles with a1
distance of about of' ----- -
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to 12 to suggest chaampionships $100
:turning basin at that point. The I i.I measures considered desirable in the each and two war bonds offered out- -
,existing Federal project for Caloosa"hatchee -I interests of navigation and com- standing contestants in each state. -

River and Lake Okeechobee merce. Especially are they invitedto !J "The 1945 contest has a dual purpose -I
Drainage Areas, as laoaified by the the size draftof ," said "One
submit data on and Prof. Snyder. is.
River and Harbor Act (Public Law vessels and towl;>oatf it is expectedwill to emphaasize the vital need for increased 1 1I You WishGUARANTEED
34, 79th Cong., 1st sess.), approved I
use the waterway and also on j food production in wartimetional
2 March 1945, provides, among the economicbenefits to be derived I
other things, for a channel 8 feet from the improvement which may ,

-deep from Fort Myers to the In- justify its construction by the Fed- i j activities, including numberof
tracoastal Waterway near Stuart, eral Government. These data boats and yachts engaged in thisI "or
with widths of 90 feet from Fort Automotive Repair Service '
in should include freight and passeng-,I i I I activity and their annual operating r' :. : .
:flyers to Moore Haven, ,80 feet ers which may be received or ship- ''cost, draft of the boats, number of
the existing'channel along the ped over the waterway, terminal I j i boat trips made per.annum, number Machine Work ;:;*$: .
of the the :
shore lake to
southerly facilities available or which may be''of i passengers carried, and terminal '
hurricane: gate structure. Clewis- made available bY. local interests for ';, facilities available or which may be *Painting and Body Repair Service
ton, 100 feet thence along a relocated I' 1
handling the freight and passenger i made available for this activity; and .
channel to deep water on movements, and the savings which specific information e n for-hire :(Genuine Ford Repair Parts ', <' '
south side of the lake 199 feet :
-the ,
may be expected therefrom; com- i boats, giving the gross and net in-
from deep water on the cast sit3! of derived
plete information on commercial come 'from same.
the lake to St. Lucie Lock No.2, fishing of all kinds, including quantities DIal statements will be heard, but SEE -
and thence 80 feet lo the Intra- caught per annum and the for accuracy of record all importantfacts A

coastal Waterway It also providesfor gross value and net returns, numberof and arguments should be submitted -.I I HENDRY ,COUNTY MOTORS
channel 8 feet and 100
deep
a boats engaged and their annual in writing, as records of the ;,
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feet wide from the project turning operating costs, the draft of same, hearing will be forwarded for con- j
basin at Fort Myers to the existing Ford Sales and Service
and terminal facilities available, or sideration by the War Department. t
municipal yacht basin and for a which may be made available for the Written statements may be handedin ,PHONE 93 CLEWISTON'
basin 400 feet 200 feet and 8 feet FLORIDA:
by
information to the '
industry; on the use of undersigned at the hearing,

deep Fort at Myers Stuart.to the This Intracoastal waterway from Waterway the waterway for health and recrea- or mailed to him before hand. j Z.1.7'd! :' 11I_ """ -tnr.o---; ; :, .......,..;z.r-.a.<___..r .. ,- _" _.
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near Stuart has been dredg-

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previ-ous fi94.R

of the 8-foot depth channel as authorized Rfvk

by the Act of 2 March '1945, > $ ?
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cannot be appropriated for or constructed .
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'termination of the, present wars in ;, ? r

which the United States is engaged.All -' > Lsp ''L1
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Germans and erected a theatre which '1' ..
helped to pass many hours although -'':>....:

only four films ever came through, .- ;"

two American and two German. J'
Their first glimpse of American

fliers was on April 11, 1944, whena .. L: :=;_ ;:; _. + w r''rov' .
9, 'y71'f ; r ia
: formation bombed a town about '. a dG ) } t! .i/ /y s < < e MS sccA
fifteen miles from their camp and w

:after that they saw quite a number. tt"

Once two P-51's buzzed the .camp, ?,'
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coming down so low that they could s #
wee the numbers on the wings.Lt. } t
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Ford enlisted in the Air Corps '..Yw

'On March 22, 1942. He took his

primary: training at Douglas, basic ._ 's/v
'at Gunter Field and graduated at 4 x. n..............,....,..,. ,..
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Blytheville, -Ark. He ,then had phase .d..rin. '''y 4S'

training overseas after reaching yi.y.9:,,,
England. He was on his second 'Yi.. r
mission when he was taken prisoner. -

After his sixty-day leave he SKr.% rC
will report to Miami Beach for reassignment .
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and says he hopes to : ; 0 ki
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make the Air Corps a career. 0" '
He is the third Clewiston boy who J' ': ,;

has been a prisoner of the Nazis and

has returned home safely. He is

the son of Mrs! G. M. Ford, Sr. .. .
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ly-five(Continued dollars, less from the Page amount 1) of ..- ;.> ;:, ':: WHAT I IS SO R ARE'j :::7 "

the refund. If a later check of the ; '
'merchant's store is made and reveals c .J ; il '
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'that the matter has not been corrected -: .; .
the case is referred' the : A SAD A Y I IN JUNE ? :i:' ': ; :

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.stituted.District where court j action is in- : -' ', ; .

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?-'" Common enough in these modern times. .' and consulting engineer as applied ,to your -,. .. :;\**'::5t:::; : v

Drainage Board- right in your own_ home at that; For thanks to future plans. :,) 'i';:

._ ...- the wonders of advanced Air Conditioning the i -
assured '
(Continued from page 1)) By making your deposit now, you are ,: ..
absolutely perfect day the poet's theme, is ,'.
The cooperative' agreement with of. priority of delivery as soon as possible after -: ':' .:

the U. S, Geological Survey for 4... brought right into your home not for the Victory giving you first '' on Carrier Air -1 '

voted'ground renewed surface for water another studies'year was, 'A"ttvosc" month but for every day of the year! Conditioning .. the system h provides you #!- '. ,..-

The question of proposed work So in looking to the future and the building plans with clean, evenly distributee, u.-aughtless air ofprecisely 1E :: :':.

"which the City of Miami would like; you have in mind, remember that for home! or controlled temperature and humidityplant : j .
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'to undertake on conduits in the Miami .;.
' Canal and changes in the 36th- I-:: hotel or store, modern Air Conditioningwill day in and (layout, summer and winter .' ; "" 1

'St. structure were referred to Dewey ?t be as much a part of the building as the ,;:, '.t

"Hillsabeck, commissioner from Mi- f floor itself! .f": ;\
ami, now ill. 'CHIIR '
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A request from J. A. Lopez, Coral a' While Air Conditioning; is ,at war along with '..:.;: .1; ,:' ::

Gables, to undertake certain dyking t : other essential industries Belcher has an eye -' t2: : :.; '.
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'operations on property on the West 'i :. on the future the future, cs it affects you .; .l1-' '. ; ::'
Palm Beach Canal, was granted j. A Division of ','I. J :;
.f. and your building plans for the days of r" ':; :
with the provision that he'grant a : peace.
compensating right-of-way. r'' Belcher has its staff of Air Conditioning Belcher Oil CompanyESTABLISHED : ,,4.'r, ;; .

Inquiry was received from the ? consultants ready now to discuss modern Air ./ii' / '.
Pahokee 1915
and Pelican Lake Drain- ,
age Districts relative to hyacinths in ,:'.r.', Conditioning with you, your architect and MIAMI AND PORT EVERGLADES. FLORIDA ',:.... ..;.
the West Palm Beach Canal, and it '
was reported that these
were being
moved down. as far as the 20-Mile Sole Distributor in South Florida of CarrIer Air Conditioning and Refrigeration4'AGE ... "' (,_
Bend. -

The board authorized proper officials
to certify tax lists to the tax .
assessors.

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