The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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notis - ACA5652
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I 111 I Riddle Field To Close November 6thPosted

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j i CARAWAN NELSON CLEWISTON I ,SCHOOL { Refunding Is Started Announcement for

j For City Revenue

I RETIRES JULY 1ST BONDS OFFERED, i I Certificates- -' Employees Late ThursdayAmerican

I AS U. S. ENGINEER I FOR SALE JULY 21 I The City of Clewiston is enteringI -
I into a refunding program with three T
j Students Will
I sub-drainage districts in the 'Lake Legion I
!! A legal notice elsewhere in the I area which will trade the present
is made this week
Announcement : i Be Sent To Oklahoma
of the retirement on July 1 of Cara- j'issue, is to the effect that sealEd I revenue certificates, noncallable, of Plans Dance For

l Principal Engineer In bids will be received by the Board ... wan Nelson, I Third Of July
charge .of the Clewiston sub-office j Public Instruction at LaBelle untl $169,000 for refunding bonds which
and the Okeechohee project for acrv- 8 o'clock p. m. on July 27 for tl&: will have a callable feature and ( -

eral years, except during a leave of purchase of $450,000 in school bond will, it is estimated, save taxpayers Clewiston American Legion i Ajnotice\ was posted on the bulletin -

absence while on a war project In ; of Special Tax School District' Nd, of the city some $20,000 over a No. 93' makes announcement !} board at Riddle Field yester-
South,America from which he returned 7 (Clewiston)., period of years. week of a dance which the I day afternoon to the effect that the

last December. He has been in I Proceedings'for the validation oi! The drainage districts are East zation will sponsor on the training of Royal Air Force cadetsat

the service of the U. S. Engineersfor the, bonds are now pending in th Shore,: South Florida Conservancy July 3, Independence Day eve, this field would be suspended on '
forty-one and a half' years. Circuit Court for Hendry County. and a general issue of the Pahokee I ginning at nine-thirty and I' November 6, 1945, and an official
The bonds are in denominations oi!I district in the amount of $27,000.The until 1:30 a. m. Army announcement is expected
Mr. Nelson: will be succeeded by $1,000 each and are dated April lj, Pahokee district is divided into Dave Tyler's ,orchestra has I momentarily.

A. R. Broadfoot, who was also 'n 1945. They, are in .coupon form two parts, east and west, and by obtained for the dance and a The notice, signed by E. J. Smith,
charge of the with principal i 'semi-annual' interest I refunding this general issue it will time for everyone is assured. I general manager of the Field said,
" one time but who since, the- beginning (April .1,''and* October 1) par) make each section independent of admission will be $1.50 per in effect, that in keeping with the

of the war has- beenon 'I able at Chase National Bank of the other. I --- policy of the management toward

special work out of the district of- New York City. Maturities range I. The revenue certificates were issued ELECTEDIODERATOn:: the employees in giving them all
fice in Jacksonville. Mr. Broadfootwill possible
from $18,000 in 1946 to $32,000 in a few years back for extensionand information which affects
arrive in Clewiston today and the ilfuture of the school themselves
1965. improvement of the electric distribution or -
Bruce Beardsley of Clewiston ,
his duties as head of
will assume I
announcement made that
i Bidders are required to name the I system and for the con- elected vice moderator of the was
the office on July 1. .loyal
the Air Force delegation had
rate of interest the bonds shall bearexpresse struction of a new water plant and of Florida Presbyterian
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson expect to advIsed/ John G. McKay. of i
extension of the distribution owner
leave Clewiston on June 30 and will the\Riddle-McKay\\ Aero College, that
% of 1 per cent. If the bonds ship conference for young
to their home on the east shore training of RAF students at Riddle
go ,,
I bear interest above 2.99 per cent I' ---- Wednesday at Lake Alfred. He
: of :Mobile Bay at Daphne, Ala. Field will cease on the 6th of November -
the bonds: maturing in the years is moderator for the S. E.
-e&While"'we'' are leaving Clewiston j 1956 to 1965, inclusive shall be sub-(COURSE 23 CADETS tery. I 1945.
+ permanently," Mr. Nelson states! "II I, : The notice also set out that this
ject to, j rejemption: on .April :1, 1955, Dr. Ralph W., Lloyd, president
still want to retain my connections j or on any interest payment date Maryville College in Tennessee had been substantiated by receipt

( with all of my friends ''and{' the good j thereaftei'' prior:=,to ]maturity, at par RECEIVE 'WINGS' AT : dean of the session, while the '! of"an advice from the Army Air I

.people, of the lake regionJ In aJ plus accrued interest., If the inter- Howard, Gress Crescent Forces Contracting Officer that the

::. w way, it ,is, with a feeling'/Jf' regret est is 'beliw: 2.99 per cent all bonds is director. Dr. H. L. Weber, I i contract of the field for training is
-=- that I am severing my connections will non-callable. FIELD SATURDAY will return to Cameroun. to be terminated in its entirety for

y with such a progressive, aitt friendly i .\ r ; Africa, as a medical missionary, I the convenience of the government
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region where the, sunshinfe_ and .climate I is a staff memb r., pursuant) to Article 10 effective No-
; is so inducive to f/owth/ but 'to RAF cadetsof _______ I vember, '1945.
Presenting wings
I _."'. Inasmuch as I .have, ,in W probability MAJ., BESTOR GIVEN class 23 graduation exercises I Mr. Smith closed by expressing his '
: reached vth} <3' 'age of :stableui here Aero appreciation to the RAF delegationfor
Saturday at Riddle-McKay
physical! growth 'and: wij .' 41 ;e'ars :SILVER ',STAR BYGENERAL College, Group Capt. T. U.: 'Rolfe told( PAUL SMITH CO. IS having sufficient' confidence

< tt.. and six: months of ,contimous service. I I :, cadets that although : is over in I the school to. permit giving the Information -
,' ). behind I feel that hould now I the so; far in 'advance of the
me, : J: '
Europe, :'as, long ,as Japs are ;
I ,?:. leave it fl*r ,the'11 ngt' '3"e r.< iol !l; JJJA{ I foolish enough,>t go on>, fighting,JLOW 1 BIDDER closing date" and felt certain that theconfidence
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.tDx.arr.Y.nn J.Jj; "" England .in; it ,up to-4*ei J1 reck." would, be and I
'" to miss this}kindly Florida sunshine I *'-"GroupCapt., Rolfe is assistant to j I NEW SCHOOL that all:em.ployees"nl dottsS cljes-! :- _
and all it tarries ;with it, especially to maintain present operating and,
Richard 3estor Senior Air Staff Officer, Air ,
Major elder "
the good fishing, I of Mr. and 'Mrs. Horace .A. Bestor of modore E. D. H. Davies! of the RAF ,,
be equalled anywhere else in: these finished. '
Clewiston. who is expected home delegation' in Washington. He reviewed | The Hendry ,County Board
\., United States. If, so, I, have. :not It is said that, all students\now in
from the wings parade with Wing
Instruction at special
'' very shortly the European Public ,a
found it. j
Theatre of Operations where he has Commander Charles W. Lindsey, ing in LaBelle last Friday the 'states will be trained plus one
"1 have seen this area grow from been'serving with the 104th Timber, commanding officer of No. 5 British I awarded the contract for, the more class yet to arrive. '--Those stu-
a badly dilapidated state In 1930 Flying Training School.. I' school house dents still here on November 6th
wolf Division, has been decorated I struction of a new ,
'. following the 1928 hurricane, to with'the silver star and the bronze I Diplomas were presented by John'' Clewiston to the Paul H. Smith j II will be sent to fields in Tex ,and

what it is today.: It has been i star for meritorious service and' 'recently -I G.: McKay of Miami, president, of'I! struction Company of Tampa I Oklahoma to complete, their training
phenomenal and I can forsee still 1 j and these will probably re-
a I II I
received the Order of the Riddle-McKay Aero College. McKay I| low bid of 38745.
greater growth'yet in store for the are'a main Jopen some twenty weeks longer -
I War for the Fatherland, 2nd class, also presented a wristwatch to. Cadet The next lowest bid was
area. I hope, if all goes well, thatI 'I i than the local field and another
from Marshall J, Koniev, commander Wing Commander A. Baker ceived from Algernon-Blair of I
will be able to return some day field :in California which is closing
of, Russian Armies on the First of Redditch, Worcestershire, Eng.,I gomery, ,Ala., of $39,700.
and verify my prediction that all the. also on November 6.
Ukranian' Front. as outstanding cadet of the course. Construction time has been set !
time and I have put into the '
energy Major Bestor received the silver "One thing is certain today," Group I ninety days from the day the

Okeechobee project has been worthwhile I star, award because of an extremely Capt. Rolfe told cadets, "as long aswe tract is. signed and E. M.
I and that, the whole area Is i I Softball Il
I dangerous but successful recon- Anglo-Americans stick togetherour Clewiston member of the LeagueMoore
amply against
protected catastrophes I j naisance flight in a light plane over desire for peace ':will be accomp- board, stated that it should be
similar to' 1926 and 1928 should I'
, I' the enemy lines which gathered the lished. ed this week. A penalty will: be
they occur again. '
necessary information which enabledthe j "If it hadn't been for this training -i sessed against the contractor Haven 5, Piddle Field 0

3 The official War Department an- 69th Division-- to make contact i here and in Canada, we could i I every day beyond the ninety

; nouncement is as follows: with Marshall Koniev's forces. It I I never have produced this air force,. may require for completion. The Moore Haven Tigers- playing

It is with deep regret that the was at a victory ,celebration, between [since men could never 'have been'trained will be started as soon as inspired ball, whipped the Riddle
, District Engineer announces the retirement 'I: the Americans and Russians'attended I so near the battle fronts," he I can be placed on the grounds Flyers, champs of the first half,
of :Mr. Carawan Nelson, by General Courtney Hodges that said. "This..lllutual cooperation has matter of ten or fifteen days at 5-0. Playing faultlessly and led by

Engineer in Charge. Clewiston Sub- ] he received,: his Russian award, a helped us all and has proved a,, tremendous I most. Bowen, shortfield for the Tigers who
office, effective 1' July, 1945. Mr. Red Star on a silver star back- success for which we are Bert D. Keck 'is architect for !! ot two hits and fielded with uncanny -

I Nelson's retirement follows more ground with the "Hammer and very grateful." I building which will, provide I II I I precision robbing. Donnelly of:

I' than forty years of Government I Sickle and 'some other stuff on it." He expressed appreciation to Mc- class rooms, corridors, toilet I home-run, they took the measure

service, approximately thirtyfiveyears The medal is about the size of a Kay and the Riddle..McKay Aero I duties, cafeteria and kitchen I Ii [Of a favored Flyer team. Westmore-

of which have been with the 'silver dollar and ,Maj. Bestor says College staff for their work in train-i cannery. It is ,designated as (,I land of the Flyers looked good in
(Continued on Page 2) he is allowed to wear it over his right ing the RAF cadets.: I j eral Project Fla. 8-345NF and the field and got two for two.

'I coat pocket so that It "looks like, government Is sponsoring
I' Martial music for the wings (
L Standard Oil Company quite a splash." held on the field before the parade mately $18,000 of the cost. Belle Glade 9, C. H. S. 3
The letter which Maj. Bestor's 'I the apple with vigor, the
flight tower, provided the
was ky
Buys '$1,000 War Bond parents received him
from was writ-
i I 649th U. S. Army Ai" Force band Disturbance Brings Belle Glade Guards took an easy one {
ten on May 15, his first wedding from Clewiston High School. The
from AAF Buckingham Field of Ft.
: The Hendry County*
: Seventh War Loan Drive is nearer was written he had received his Silver from Clewiston and surroundingareas -- I fielder for guards, who smacked a

: {,-tiL dlfillment today due to the subscription Star medal. His description of the attended the, ceremony. Although showers this homer with two' on base, Lee, sec- t

;? :0-,' of $1,000, by Standard Oil artillery"We liaison flight is as follows:: Class 23 left here by train Mon- brought the first real rain fall I ond baseman, got two for four, and

t ; Company, (Ky.) flew fifty miles beyond the day evening and on Tuesday morn- Clewiston in several months. Capo, left fielder, getting two for 4. .. I
J J. American lines to the points where For the Clewiston High School,
A. McGehee the
company's local the Ing a new group of cadets arrived to gave some hope that the |
':" agent at Clewiston, entered the Germans and Russians were take their places.Beardsley rainy season might be starting, it i Lefty Baker smacked the pill hard,
; subscription for Standard Oil, and fighting. There we flew fifty miles -- now evident that a considerable, getting 3 for 4. The High School
received expressions of appreciation along the German-Rusian front and tion of this rain is caused by fielding a team of inexperienced
I; from' the committee.Mr. then back home. We were nearly Is SpeakerAt cal disturbance of mild Intensity players,' showed plenty of spirit, and

McGehee. well known in this shot out of the air, sustaining one Kiwanis MeetingJ. the Carribean. 1.08 inches was I j under the able coaching of :Mel Pape ?t
1' community, stated that the actionof 40 mm. hole In the wing but God corded here Wednesday, and j and Luke Owens, promise to be heard t i
was with us and it didn't explode. .
.. the Standard Oil Company was showers continued through from as the season progresses.O.
taken as an expression of the genuine "The whole flight was the most E. Beardsley, ,Service Officer, day and Thursday night. The i 14

interest of the organization in unbelievable experience I ever had, of the Clewiston American Legion iest rain in the area was H. S.#!, 3Ix>oro Haven 3 '
the success of the Seventh War Loanin for we flew over streams of Germ- Post and member of the1' Selective at Liberty Point, which Frank Harbeii, pitching 4 hit ball,
ans. Every road-was clogged with Service Board 'a most interest- School to a 3
Hendry County and in the State. gave 2.55 inches on Wednesday. the Clewiston High
German military trying desperately to ing discussion of the G. t. Bill of fall of .75 of rain was recorded I 6 to 3 victory over a highly favor" .
Meat Slaughterers ,I reach the American lines. I estimated Rights at this week's meeting' of the Monday.Welcoming. I Tiger team. f
we flew over 200,000' German Kiwanis Club.Although Mel Pape got a homer, with 2 on,

,: Must Have Permit soldiers but they didn't shoot but there were several' serv- driving in the winning runs. Click, .
once or twice Our route was east ice men present, Mr. Beardsley In Party pitcher for the Tigers, gave up 6

over Torgau and beyond the Elster pointed out that discussion.. was arranged hits, and tried to win his own ball
The Local Ration Board announced Canal, then north nearly to Tucken- not for their particular bene- For Course 26 2 for 3. v

this week that any persons who walde. While it may sound like a fit, but in order that members of I This inspired High School team,
wish to slaughter cattle must obtain foolhardy trip (April \.24)) "this trip the Kiwanis Club might become The Cadet Club will '-.
a permit from the ration lizard was really (Continued on Page 4)
necessary" as informa- thoroughly familiar with the prin- Welcoming In Party;
by July first. This ruling/ appliesto tion on the whereabouts of the Russians ciples of the program. } :/ evening at the club for the new --
the killing of four hundred or I was badly needed. Fortun- Guests were Lt. )\Morris Ford dets, Course 26. who arrived coidia'lly invited to attend and to '

more pounds, or l less than six thousand ately, enough our flight produced Ensign W C. Oweny/Jr./. / and S-Sgt. week for training at Riddle enjoy:'the dancing. Old cadets as

pounds per yr. ".1 Ir. (Continued. on Page 7)) Wilbur McGehee. -/-,T *".. The young ladies of the town well', as,the" ", ,.,new, are also invited.
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/ the Clewislon Hospital the past I'Carawan Nelson I of the .District at Clewiston, Hendry (SEAL) T. HULL,
Polio Victim Reported County; Florida, on Thursday. July 5, Clerk CAM Court,
also has another -]
t\ w .1 week-end and Edgar 1945, at 5:00 o'clock In the afternoon Hendry County, Florida. .,
From Shawnee Farms brother and sister. Ho was taken' (Eastern' War Time) for the purposeof H. A. mAttorn'Cy ,
(Continued from Page 1) : i, for Plaintiff
and sent
ill about three
ago With 1. Eluting Supervisor; LaBelle, Fla.Jtlne1,8,15,22,1941..
U. S. Engineer Department.
observation. 2. Receiving Annual '
to Miami for Reports and /
the exception of two years' foreign taking action with respect thereto -. *:
old of -
five-year son hospitalization -
Edgar Mays, Expenses of nurses and interests as the landowners may de
Howard Mays of Shawnee Farms, is" of Edgar are being borne by : service with outside on te mine; and
:being treated in Jackson Memorial the South Florida Chapter. [I work connected with the war effort, 3. Transacting such other business LEGAL NOTICE
has been employed in an executive atf may come before the meet- "'
Hospital in Miami for polio, it was 'be Ink.
in letter written by A'i capacity in the Jacksonville Dis- I Board of Supervisors of I TO PRIV.A. S. N.OLAN EARNEST, FUSSELL,
tdisdosed a //Clewiston 34974774 A. P. O. 11538,
.J. Cleary, chairman of the South Eastern Star Has trict since November, 1930. June ((5, 22, 1945.! Drainage District. c-o POSTMASTER, SAN FRANCISCO -
Nelson his long and CALIFORNIA:
:ISloTlda Chapter of the InfantileParalysis' Last Meeting Until began You are hereby notified that Bill for
Foundation to U. T. Koch, meritorious career of Government t NOTICE I Divorce has been filed against you by
service with the Mobile District of I LEGAL Mary Janet Fussell In the Circuit
chairman of the Hendry County End of Summer I Court of Hendry County Florida, at
S. Department in i
the U.
LaBelle, and
1903 and from that time until 1930, SON, A. S. N. 17010705 3rd Air I in said suit on July 2- 1945 or
Shawnee Farms is in Glades County (Moore Haven Democrat) 1[ when he transferred to the Jacksonville T ansport Squadron Mobile), the(SEAL Bill.) will be WILLIAM taken as T.confessed.
but being only four miles out of The local Eastern Star Chapter:;: District, ho was employed on A Nfw} P. York O. 466, N.c-o Y.Postmaster: Clerk Circuit Court.HULL.

Clewiston was mistakenly: considers held its final meeting until the end Important engineering and construc- YOU'are hereby notified that Bill for H. A. RIDER Hendry, County, FlorIda.
ed as being under the jurisdiction of the summer holiday the first of I,I Uon projects in other districts. of the Divor Callle Curry has been H >ndrlckson filed against In the you Circuit by- LaRe1le Attorney, for. Plaintiff

ot the Hendry County chapter 1 October, on Tuesday evening of this':;'Department, including New Orleans, Court: of Hendry County, Florida, 1, 8 Fla.June 15, 22, 1945.
Little information is given about I nice attendance. San Francisco, and Galveston. Some at Lapelle. and you are required to I
week. There was a appeal in said suit on July 2, 1945, or __ __ _
t he case other than that he is do-; I Plans were made for a Robert I of the larger River and 'Harbor and the Bjl will be taken as confessed. I n
3ns as well as can be expected. The Morris Day picnic to be held the Flood Control projects on which he I II
Setter states that he was rather I third Sunday in August to which I I has rendered invaluable service for I
i Homesick at first and was visited members of the Masonic Lodge will the U S. Engineer Department include F. Deane Duff
) :: recently by his father. I also be Invited. The place will be 1 levee and control works con- took

The family still resides at Shawnee determined later.Refreshments s II' struction along the Mississippi and to theFuture REGISTERED REAL ESTATE

:Farms although Mr. Mays is no long-I I were served at the Sacramento Rivers, and dredging, BROKER
ore connected with the farm. A close of the meeting of sandwiches, I Jetty construction and other im- Glxd., Hendry und Palm Beach '
daughter was born to Mrs. Mays in canapes and .iced tea.Mack's provements incidental to develop- J County Lands 23 Years for :More Than ..(

_. _|.: __ ment of the Houston. Texas, Ship .
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Channel Project.
:'I Since his transfer to the Jacksonville -
I } District, Mr. Nelson has been I '
.Ii I'I i I i.in charge of the Okeechobee Project -1 II ...

i! Drug Store I j\t trict, first Office being with assigned the responsibility in the Dis- 'I GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO.

I for formulating and developing de- G. Nottingham, Agent.
I signs, plans and specifications and After The Warou Box 6327

t directing field activities for the vast Clewiston I'\' '. .
Service FloridaJohnson's
Excellent Prescription levee and control works system, and if .
; '- ; I later based at Clewiston as the Engineer Will Want To
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operations and additional new con-
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I s I struction pertaining to that project. Build A Home

t' 20 From January, 1941 to February, Fish Camp I

1943, Mr. Nelson served in a high- (Near Hurricane Gate)
1 \ ly executive and invaluable capacityon ( Clewiston, Fla.

engineering planning, and con- I Boats and Motors-Guide Service
struction pertaining to airfields, Rates Reasonable ,
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1 I connection with the vast military .....

i I construction In February;program 1943 he of this accepted district.an Buy Your Lots, :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

FOR QUALITY AUTO & :I_ I important off-continent war construction yIy ., FORTAXICABS ;t:;

assignment. Mr. Nelson,
having completed the latter NOWCLEWISTON :=: ::;:
: 'REPAIRS :: assign- I .. :
TRUCK ment in December, 1944. returned < d. DAY ,AND .XITE SERVICE :%:
.:::: ; f ::: to Clewiston and again took over the ,-
;_ l I .:.I duties as Engineer in Charge of the j:!: PHONE 18 :12.:

J I Clewiston Suboffice.Mr. :.........................................\.......:......................:......................,._
;: Gome To ;0 ;;: :: Nelson was one of the em- \ .
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vc '\ ._. recently honored by being awardeda \..- I FLOWERSCut ,

,certificate token of the of Government's commendation asa flowers foi! delivery here' or ::)

I SouthfClewiston Service I J and appreciation of more recognition than- REAlTY' }. for delivery aiywheie In U. .S. '4

twenty-five by: ,>vire.
'l years of faithful and I CORPORATION''ASSE' "
satisfactory; service'rendered to the Inn-S; '' ATN"---- ---
;:.:...... 5-' .+:;I I War Department and to the Nation. I I Day Phone,82 Night Phone 148-W
: The entire personnel of the district
I ELECTRIC WELDING :i: and those who have been associated
.. with it during the past years, I- am ........... . ......... . . .. ./
/ sure, join me in extending our friend .NMMMNNNNNNNNNMNNNN N NNHN .N.N.+.M.M.N.N. ................N.N.N.N.N.N.N .,
i I / MOTOR REBUILDING and co-worker the best of wishes for ::1.mbly I
his health happiness ,
/ prosperityas _
3 '/ : be leaves the ranks-in .which he :: .Y / > of God :
:i: : j Truck :Bodies Built To Order ::_: has so well served.

; Colonel, Corps of Engineers ..
i Located At South Clewiston :_: .
: .. -_ _. District Engineer. i
: (HOOKER'S POINT) ," .. :=:: Sunday; SchoMorning < .........__...._.......:__ 10:00 A. M. :.}:

ws1 '" :' :_;:I BUY MORE ,BONDS TODAY! ;i, ,, .f" 1Y rship ................._........ i1:00 A. M. :

.-...: .i.t NOTICE OP AXIVITAT, MEETING EvangelisticWeekly Service ...._.......__ 8:00 P. 31. ...f..
::: BembryManager <. :!j: CLEWISTOX DRAINAGE DISTRICT Sent ces, Tuesday ......._ 8:00 P. M. : .

:': Notice Is hereby given that pursuant ;; Young People F*a's Service'Friday ......., 8:00 P. M. '
::: j to call of. the Board of Super- :
y visors of Clewiston Drainage District,
y tire annual meeting: of the landownersof :X
rx.o-w; : :..:..:..:..:..:.:';: :..:..:..:..:::.:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.::I year Clewiston 1914 will Drainage be held District at the for'office the = 1N I .'

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furniture. Wet the towel, wring it Released by Western Newspaper Union. duty is assessed at a certain percentage '

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pa.triotio.seeds. food Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected ,s.
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sandpaper, gritty side up, on tie THE NEW CHURCH IN THE writer of "The Star Spangled Ban. cabin.

table before screwing the chopperin I PAGAN WORLD ner"? 2., About 285,000.

iswNU place above it. Ie j 4. How many members who at- 3. Lawyer.

= LESSON TEXT-I Timothy 6:11.16,1; Peter tended the Constitutional Conven- 4. Sixteen.

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l FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1945

I Clewiston News I aster them; but the local draft board I gain the goal of peace. ;at Camp Blanding. 'Both were members ,. 1
The them and determines who After when our aim once > of the .::..:-:":":-:":.':": ... .. .
applies victory, 1 Second Armored Division ":":":":":":":":":":':": :':":": : :

I shall go and who shall stay. And again will be happy living, these and saw action in Africa, Sicily "

Published every Friday In Clewiston, the local board is a neighborhood men-whpse only badge is "local France and Germany. >

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, group, living with those whom it board members Selective Service"can ... 10.00 t .
TUC. must fudge.On feel real satisfaction. They've Softball League "-.4.

your board you will find men shown the world that democracy can I I

Entered as second class mall matterFebruary who are the backbone of your com- act-quickly and effectively. I -_#
1, 1927, at the Post Office In the I (Continued from
Cfewlston, Florida, under the Act of munity. Not only the judge, rage 1) \
March 3, 1897., j I banker, the merchant, and the EXTRA GAS promises to be a hard bunch to beat. Will open a Personal Check-
teacher, but the manaroundthecorner Additional gasoline will now be juke Owens and Mel Pape are do- ing Account without obli-

CARR SETTLE, Publisher, that civic-minded citizen who available for farmer's representatives I jig a fine job of coaching and improvement \ gation to maintain any
I has given up the time in which he who market fresh fruit and is shown in their team fixed
Subscription Untc-f.2.50 Per Tear used to putter around the house, vegetables, and for certain wholesale iiay. provided as

Advertising Rates On ppllcnt on. play with his kids, and who has buyers. many as five checks are

volunteered, instead, for this im- I Riddle Flyers 4, Town Team 2 written in any one month.
Farm marketing agents, including
portant war job at home. The Flyers playing listless ball, As much or as little may '
Devoted to the advancement and welfare The draft board has more power cooperatives, will be allowed, gasoline inched 5 hits to take a close one be kept in the account as

of Clewiston and Hendry County. than any group of unpaid volunteers for travel to farms of the farm- om the Town Team by a score of desired. The cost is only
order direct
ers they represent in to
in our history. Yet for all its trou- and j to 2. Gamble of, the Flyers pitching lOc for each check written
harvesting, grading
bles, for all the conflicts and com- l hitless ball for 5 innings, and and a beautiful 'checkbook
fruits and
shipping of fresh vege-
EDITORIAL.ASSOCIATION plexities of the manpower question, tie 2 for 3 hitting of Waters and
NATIONAL :: tables, if such services are necessaryto with your name imprinted
i it. has worked with efficiency and accounted for the'win.
I I marketing of the crops. therein is furnished free.
freedom from major scandal, accusation -
../Jlun&t- or politics. Adequate gasoline rations will Sugar Co. 3, High School 2 Modern needs demand modern

There have been faults, of course; also be given to wholesale buyers, Although outhitting the Sugar methodsBANI
who must travel to farms to grade,,
but no such scandals as marked mpany, Clewiston High School
Civil War drafting and some World inspect and classify' farm productsas 'opped a heart-breaker by a score { BY MAIL
Medals War I instances. I essential steps In buying them 3 to 2. The
Men Without I from farmers. Sugar Company tak- Addressed envelopes {provided
It was inevitable that in creating i g advantage of their 2 hits and .
Edward T. LeechTHEY'RE These mileage rationsare ;
By i| a mass citizen army for all-out war preferred efrors by Mel Pape and Sullivan oft f
limited by essential requirements -
THE there would be confusion of regulations only ie High School, won the ball game FLORIDANATIONAL
'HE MEMBERS OF frequent shifting of policies, Dr. Thomas explained;. der the clutch pitching 6f Bobby

LOCAL DRAFT BOARDSCI1O'VE. I J border-line interpretations, and all]1 and are being issued because of the :are, who held the high school to BANKat
SHOWN HOW DEMOCRACY: : Importance of this skilled work in
; I i the other uncertainties of constantly ix hits. Frank: Harben, who pitchd -
WORKSThey've : : |" changing situations both at the i,[ getting farm produce onto the mar his heart out and batted the ball Belle Glade
ket where it becomes vital part of
and front and at home Plagued by those ard, deserved a better fate than a
never seen aqtion, I our nation's food supply.
will-yet the war couldn't;, be j I conditions and by all the questions --- I ne-run loss. Mel Pape, coach of the Member of Florida National
never I they created among registrants and igh school, got 2 for 4.
American divisions Group of Banksr
without these ten ;
won I their families, the"local draft boards NortonHathcockArm (Lack of space prevents publlca-

j i -had to carry; on the most delicate I ion of box scores this week.) r '-,
They have served for four and a of assignments. I : :-;-:N:1.NN./N.: :1 ANN:N..NNNN..NNNYIF
ia made this: week
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furlough or; re-
half years, ---
lief. And it has been hard service, Working usually in small and un- of the approaching marriage of Miss j -
inviting quarters in a schoolhouse Janice Norton and J. B. Hathcock.
and frequently sor I
trying, tiresome, I I
j or fire station or borough or township -
rowful-performed without pay,I The wedding will take place Sundayat
without acclaim, without decorations -i hall or some available public I the Assembly of God Church .in YOU WISH THEFINEST
: room, with a modest assortment of .
with almost no public rec- ( South Clewiston with the Rev. HIR.
\\ I old furniture and makeshift equip- ". Bagwell officiating.
ognition. ment, these groups of neighbors r i i
consist : of FOOD
These ten divisions have decided the fate of their hometown
150,000 men who comprisethe I PERSONALS
about j and home street young men. I
boards and
Nation's 6,500; draft -
Draft headquarters is seldom
their related agents and agencies;- G. N. Pitzen returned Friday froma
I much to look at. Some patriotic I
appeal boards, appeal agents, legal posters, mimeographed notices, and week's vacation at Lake Placid. Try A Complete Dinner At

1 advisers to registrants, examining newspaper clippings on the wall; 1 Mrs. Pitzen and the children remained J JTHE' \
medical advisers, and I there for another week.
physicians, a few desks and uncomfortable
reemployment committeemen.They I[ chairs; groups of boys and their I
are the human element' of' Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Byrd returned CANEBRAKEFrom
fathers and mothers and employers
Selective Service.-the machinerythat to their home in Atlanta Wednesday
waiting outside. This is where some
put the major part of twelve 'f after a week's visit with Rev. H. R.
| little group of men has given many
million men into uniform !without Bagwell. They,returned with him, on
daily several nights a I
disrupting the home front. ( Tuesday of last week after a week and
for 1.25 UpI
j week over four years to unpaid
I I spent by Rev. Bagwell attending a
They've been on the job since late public service. Only the clerical

in 1940; when America's first peace-I j I help receives pay. I church conference there. }

time draft began functioning with Often the work has been agoniz- Mrs. Richard Bestor and 'daughter. SERVICE PROM 6' TO 9 O'CLOCK SHORT ORDERS -

the drawing of blue capsules/from/ a, ing. It has involved the lives of Jan, arrived Wednesday to '
gigantic bowl in Washington. Remember the sons of neighbors and friends, the visit Mr. and Mrs. Horace Bestor and 9 TILL 11:30 ,

when No. 158 came out first?), disruption of homes, ,all the deep to await the arrival of husband and "t\ ', -'', ," '..

They were working then. I domestic I dislocations and griefs of father Major Richard Bestor from J ,"*, -=::
Today, as victory approaches, they war. The draft board members Europe. Their home 'Is in Santa ,..
are still feeding men into the- war; I_must,rule-and then continue to live Monica, Cal. : "'="' :"

but increasingly, their work now is I with the neighbors so vitally; af-

with men returning from war to fected. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kimberly of -,- ,

seek jobs I back home. For Selective They've been able to to go on liv- Macon, Ga., Mrs. E. T. Sapp of N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N N:N:NN, :N:N:M:H:N:N:N:N:N:N:MW:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:M: j

Service ,has the double duty of putting ing among' their neighbors because Hawkinsville, Ga., and Mrs. W. C. '

men into uniform and getting they've done a hard' job honestly.- I Bishop of Arcadia ,are the guests
them back Into jobs when those', They must tell others to fight; they I this week of Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
uniforms are put aside. I deal in lists, files, and folders-the I Wynn. The ladies are all sistersof Increased Quantities Of .

',The' men who make up Selective e! cold stuff of paper and steel cabi- [ Mrs. Wynn.!

.Service are your neighbors. For the nets. Yet they also work with ,
basis of Selective ,Service is local I flesh and blood, out of which has I I Staff Sergeants James and Jack Genuine Chevrolet Parts

control. Washington fixes general come an armed force battling with- :Wynn both ',arrived home yesterday

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',. f :?: recently from overseas duty in Eng- during the reception Mr. and Mrs. she has been employed at Riddle ..
: i land, arrived in Clewiston last weekto Heffner left to spend a few days at Field. Mr. Heffner attended Geor-
{ :: spend a thirty-two day leave with Fort Lauderdale Beach. gia Tech and is at present a flight

his mother, Mrs. T. H. Roland. Mrs. Heffner received her public instructor at Riddle Field.

i: PERSONAL and SOCIETY, school education in Moore Haven. The young couple will make their

Sgt. G. H. Mazzini, who is station-j She attended the University of Ala- ,home in Moore Haven.
; j ed at Marianna, is spending .
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v .. days here this week with Mrs. Maz
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Mrs. Lou Place, of Miami, is visit i Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Giddens haveas fie
ing here this week. I their house guests Mr. ani Mrs. Pasteurized Milk
i Charles R. Young, of Macon, Ga. Conrad Keck, of Stuart, who is as-
I his father with details of
J. E. Beardsley was a visitor in sisting
West Palm Beach on Thursday.I I Mr. and Mrs. Noel Ellis and Em- architectural work on local schools, And CreamNow
met Dugger have returned from a was a visitor here Monday and Tuesday ,

Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Martin spent I vacation spent in Virginia.Mr. 'r -

Thursday in Miami.Mr. !a" I I available to local_ patrons from your
and Mrs. R. L. Richardlon re- Mrs. Louis Burke and children, .
and Mrs. G. Small are turned Sunday following a fey days Louis, Jr., and Annette, of Fort Ben- home dairy.Call :
cationing at Atlantic Beach, N. spent in Palm Beach. ) ning, Ga., are the guests this weekof
Mrs. Burke's mother, Mrs. A. H. 1 133 for Delivery Service. Daily DeliveryCLEWISTON

Captain Arthur Schwartz. is vacationing Mr. and Mrs Mark Ke non haveas King, and 'Mr. King.

in New York. their' house' guest, Mrs. J. N.
Anderson of Fort Myers. I M. M. Prewitt and W. C. Prewitt
Mrs. Elthea Elmore visited in Fort were called to Columbus, Miss., last
Myers on Sunday. !! Miss Marion Tallahassee; Saturday by the death of their broth- DAIRY
i I day to visit friends in for er-in-law, Walker Watson. They
Mr. and Mrs. John Cockrill were I I a couple of weeks. I II were accompanied by Mrs. J. A. Mc-

week-end visitors in Miami. I --, I Gehee, Jr. A. H. King
? I Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Hflllings1 _r .

Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Ringo left 1 worth of Arcadia visited briefly Mr. and Mrs.I.. R. Montgomery I 'T .,y

.Monday to vacation in Kentucky. Tuesday with friends here. and sons, Bobby and Fenn, of Stuart t
I \ . . . . . . .'. . . . . .
and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mont- ... ;
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Reese, of Miami ,Fenn Montgomery of Stuart is gomery spent the week-end at Par- y .;.

were the week-end guests of ; spending the week with 111'and\ rish with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. .
, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Dull. Mrs. W. A. Montgomery. 1 I G. Montgomery.A .

,'. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Pirkle spent I Mr. and Mrs.- Gunnar Brim| and picnic on Fisheating Creek Sun III MirrApianos II IIThat

last week-end with friends in West children of Miami, are the guests of day was enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs.

... Palm Beach and Lake Worth.- I Mr. and Mrs. Marty- Bennett. I( Charles Foy. Miss Roberta Foy, Miss

,;7 -:-- -- i Maylene Hamilton, Capt. W. A.
Mrs. M. M. Prewitt has returned Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Veltr! and ; :!;
Sallas, Mr. and Mrs. Herman C.
} public acceptance of these fine instruments is ki
to Clewiston after several weeks daughter are visitors in Miam this :
Dyess and FS Floyd Wilson.
spent at Atlantic Beach, N. C. week. :i i: an indisputable fact is proven) by analyzing eighteen ((18) ::;:

-'- Mis. Doyle Worth, Miss Evelyn :;:: of our most recent sales which discloses eleven ((11) were $:
P. H. Duba and
Mrs. Stafford Beech and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs.
,F. Johnson of Palm Beach, visited I daughter Mildred, spent' the gleek- Lee and Miss Ruth Henderson were I' :;:: MirrApianos. They have ushered in a new era in piano ::
in Okeechobee for the week-end to
here Saturday and attended the" end-on Ana Maria Island. \ visit Miss Lee's brother who. has I':!: designing. The eye sees small, graceful looking instrument :!:

graduating exercises of Class 23, I ------- 1 just returned home after several :3:: but the ear hears the resonant musical tone that is :::
Riddle Field.MATINEE S-Sgt. Leroy Hare, of Sebring,
spent the weekendwith\ his mother, months in a POW camp in Germany.The I :!: possible only with adequate string lengths and generous :i:
I .t.
MrsMaude Hare. 1 :;;! sounding board area. These fine pre-war pianos contain .:'

, \ Rev David ,C. Hancock drove I :z:' the best of materials and workmanship, plus the re-styling ::
I Mrs. O'Neal E. Walker and-.l\Irs. to Lake Alfred Wednesday and I
I Ralph Mackey return Sunday, following brought back Edith Long, Joan :i: into modern looking casesjfitting them to grace the most :;:

a week spent in Palm Beach. Crouch, Shirley Owen, Carlene Ber- :i;: exquisite home. They are: fully guaranteed and have rea- :;

ner, Mary Louise Thomas and Bruce ,I :: sonably priced terms. f :isis ;:
Mrs. W. E. Sansom and daughters, Beardsley who have been attendinga !

I Naomi and Stella Mae, of Madison- Presbyterian Young People's con- :
3 P. \I.j NITE 7-9 P.M. I yule, Ky.., are visiting Mrs. San- ference there for the past ten days. :: ::
I We also have a nice selection of medium sized UPrights ;
som. sister, Mrs. H. J. Roath. :
Week Beginning June 24 I Miss Polly Greenberger and ,Miss :;: that are in excellent condition, priced to meet. the :;:

,......i' Sun. & Mon, June' 24 & 25 Rev. 'H. C. Meador left Monday Bessie Mae ,Rafschneider of Okee- :_;: needs of the conservative budget. Terms if desired. :;:
r J' morning for Palatka where he will chobee spent several days here last y ?
, \ hold a two weeks' revival for the week with Mr, and :Mrs.Jerry Green- y Y

Frances Baptist Church there... berger.. Polly's parents, Mr. and :: Brubaker Music Co. =
?i' -- y.Mr Mrs. Leo Greenberger came for the ,

: Frank G. Hancock of Gary, girls Sunday.. _'_ :!: r 'n .' .;..

Indiana arrived Thursday for an extended :?: 204-06-08 'Datura Street \\ =i:
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visit with her son, David C. Phylis Flanders And ,
I Hancock, and Mrs. Hancock Phone 3175 West Palm Beach, Florida :;:
GEORGE IUCCO LYBY (EP E R06TPT WAr,7/Ca: Robert Heffner Wed At I
.y. .
'(; Cartoon News r Lt. andMrs.: O. 'Ward left Wednesday Church 1*M+N*,M>*M*M*H*M*N*.+*M:..:N:N:N:yN:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N':N:N N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:NM N:N:N:N:N: :N:N:a
"..... I for Miami where Lt Ward Community -
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Tues. & Wed, June 26 & 27 I will be, temporarily, at the Re- "
distribution Center on the beach. In a candlelight ceremony on Fri- -
------ 15 o'-
day evening, June at 7:30
r Stoning Mr, and Mrs. H. R. Lamb of clock Miss Phyllis ,Katherine Flanders -I
elilliP Okeechobee, were the guests of Mrs. daughter' of Mr.. and Mrs. FredA. II

DORM I Lamb's sister, Mrs. Ruth B.. ,Owens, Flanders of Moore Haven, be- I
this week. came the bride of Robert Tyson
,__ Heffner of Clewiston. The Rev.
e I El; D:<.'Kcc:':, Stuart architect, is David 'C. Hancock, pastor of the
.AN .j.'Ilt' ICi42ESte I quite ill at the home of his daughter Clewiston Community Church, per-
,Mrs. W. N. Martin and Mr.'liar-
March of Time -"Congress"Thurs. formed the ceremony in the churchin '
I tin. \ the presence of a number of close ;

& TM. June 28 & 29 friends.
IIissEdyth3 Nell Cornette retitrnI. Baskets of gladioli and
Xote ,Show Starts 3-6-9 P. :\l.' pink green
: ,.,,.
|I.edSunday from a week's visit $'ith fern decorated the altar. Preced- rn. r > kti J
"FOtt WHOM BELL TOLLS" friends in Daytona Beach and Brad- ing the exchange of vows, Mrs. Flor- V, .Z\'T ....rCoYt iC.i
Gary Cooper Ingrid Bergman I entoni 4 ence Ryan played an arrangementof
NEWS I T- the Rosary. The traditional wed- 4->
Mrs!. ,Grace Pickett and daughter, ding marches wer played for the 9 Come in and see the first quality

Saturday, June '30 \ Patricia Ann of Sebring, are the entrance of the bridal party. 'and for (or B. S..Goodrich Silvertowns...the,
quests of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. .Moun the recessional. '
tain this week. tires that give you what you want
j' .;.;. The bride, who'entered, on the n
lr I. I arm of her father wa' attired in a 4va most in a tractor tire-bite-int
1 COLUMBIA PICTURE with. Miss Eleanor Lupole of 'Moore Palm Beach suit matching that of I eflrth-grip traction. The B. F.
/HIS' OH. THE HOOSIER HOTSHOTS IL Haven has accepted apposition in the the groom. She wore a bride's hat and
d TOM TYLER CUIHKIde Ecy)WILLIAMS ASlWSUWVERVlllE'tAROtr offices of the United States Sugar of pink roses and carried a shower 5 mr Y Goodrich extra-high cleats '

t ;i NOAH BEERY Sf FINKY TOMLIH r i I Corporation. bouquet,' tied over a white prayer I"', ;" open-center design give a deeper
lilt His Riders of the Purple Sage"Mask i I Misses J\Iarjori; book. 1 ; for TROT bite; the tough, paired cleats give
Cooinbes, Patty The maid of honor, Miss Nahda ;
Marvel"o.. G I Smith double'grip; and the open design
II and Libby McCampbell visit- Adkins, wore a' chartreuse gabardine -.
s I ed in Palm Beach d has mud-
a few days this suit with a gladioli corsage and is self-cleaning no
s I week. white accessories. catching pockets-the cleats spring
,. Sgt. Walter M Studely of Clew- \,' a
fII--! = o"a...,. .Jt. ""' =-.c'= .. 1-i:<<.r--.v.J, ;;: _; .2 <"' .A"" Wj' iston and Riddle Field served as best I Y + ti dirt free.

man. I yI\c.- fpr See B. F. Goodrich tires in ,fiction
Following the ceremony an informal ;

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Gems of Thought -I- :, ..,.. @ c :

ONE may never know what:is mm .' Is lie Awhll
; s
his mind till some one ,

expresses it td him; hence our, Bible Enjoys Postwar Y
gratitude to a poet who makesus I cj
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Never articulate.delay! ,I : j Crash, Bang! Help _
Revival of InterestWorld I
To the duty which the hour brings "How's your wife boy, I'm afraid
Whether. it be in great or smaller er driving?" able to support
things; I' "She took a turn for I can hardly

What For he who shall doth do know the coming day?\ Is Reawakening to Spiritual Values; a esterday." .
L. r why not let's
Character is the diamond that
Source of InspirationFor
Scriptures Fair Warning:
//iCF t
scratches every other stone-; '"
Bartol. >' Millions of Disconsolate. The wife was cross and
nt the breakfast table.
Music was a thing of the soula
is an appli-
"What is the trouble?
rose-lipped shell that murmured .I he
made his
er husband.
of the eternal sea--a By BAUKHAGE I t his right arm
strange bird singing the songs New Analyst and Commentator "If I ever dream again .

of another shore.-J. C. Hol WNU Service, Union Trust Building, "America," put only one major ideain !peak issed to another woman long What's his
land. you as as
Washington, D. C. his verses. ;he said
Last week I sat down to write a "It is God that is the 'author of ; him Lefty.

piece about a man who wrote a book liberty'," this article continues. f
about the Bible. I thought the book "Liberty does not have its origin in Mother
and its creator were worth more, man. God has implanted it in man's Pretty
than casual comment because of the breast. Perhaps this is the 'reason : : I 'I
nature of both creation and creator. that, more than all others in the op- Daughter

Both are unique. But before I had pressed lands, the churches have LARGEST SELLER AT UK

10 D16,0001oo1a made more than a dozen inquiries in stood up before tyranny and rebukedit ."
search of colateral material for my perhaps this is the reason
D RiNC S. article I'discovered that the production urgent requests are coming from the

.K of the book was news in another liberated lands for the Book of which FACTS
they have been deprived. Chris-
sense. I found it to be more than
another contribution to modern lit- tians all over Europe are again
erature and scholarship. I found it studying the Bible to learn afresh its

be of modern lessons. ." iI I
to part a phenomenona r,
phase of what appears to be the Whether for these or still other r

greatest revival of interest in the reasons of which we are unaware,

Bible which the world has ever seen. we know that a tremendous renais-
1 I sance of interest in the Bible is
George Stimson, who wrote "A sweeping the world.- and 'ripples Into '
Book About the Bible," is one ofWashington's l l ?25875t in much the
And so it is the good fortune of
s newsmen whose nameis the Bible lover, whether he be an earthworm moves
!known to many readers of his dispatches of the ground.
erudite scholar or a ,simple and devoted -
and his column especiallyin
reader spelling out the textsas to August:
the Middle West and South. He is
f l.G1lfi'FRGY TONIC; he goes along, that George Stim amount of
take for the
known to a smaller circle into
son completed his helpful, interest- imported
Scott's Emulsion helps tone up the profundity of his knowledge on many was 214-
ing, searching and authentic "Book .
system,build stamina,energy and subjects, especially the Bible. I thinkit India and i
About the Bible" in this particularyear
resistance when you feel"draggedout"
than coincidence that he 35.3% 31.9% '
diet'' more ;
and down-and
your of our Lord
fl lacks the natural A&D Vitamins completed the work to which he has America, and
of the author in writ'ing
purpose '
\ and the energy-building natural; given a lifetime of study and devo- The re-
oils you need. Remember-many this book, says Stimson in his t came from
IJ 1
tion this He have guessedthat
year. may
I doctors recommend good-tasting brief introduction, "is to supply reliable transit when I
Scott's. Buy today-all druggists. this period in the world's his-
and adequate answers to a //j to Japan. -
tory which has witnessed the greatest 'J
great number of popular questions
I brutalization of humankind more than half :
I asked about the Bible.
would naturally be followed by a of persons trans- .'
strong reaction toward things of the And that is what he, does. Take public carriers ,
spirit. In any case the arrival of the first one: when was Jesus born? ) .
and the last one: does "mile" occur
this "Book About the Bible" could
in the Bible? Or, how old are the
not be more timely. Lloyd Douglas, .*"
FtlESJe'tvtRNI6H author of that gripping work, "The oldest Bible manuscripts? 7
And 'that brings us to the inquiry, III .
Robe, informed me'last month that I perience.'t
the American Bible Society has ''received I who is this man Stimson, anyhow? '
He is a man of about fifty, born on
the largest for' scrip- Dutch Bonnet 1
'L tures in its 129 years of history, and I an Iowa farm and is I still a keen : ; :
LOWER WINDOW that the distribution of Bibles, New lover of the soil: He worked on his A PRETTY sight on a
SHADES NEARLY TO Testaments and Bible portions by college (Valparaiso, Ind.) 'paper and mer's day-a young nn-hnn iftin>V.SlSvfrXv-XvvLfVft-fifr
THE Slit, PLACETANGLEFOOT ; ;this non-profit organization has then on_small town: papers, came ,to and her pretty little
to" '' crisp ginghams and stiffly
Washington help edit the 'Path.finder"
reached the highestr level since it
FLY EARLY PAPER MORNING WHERE r ,I Ii was founded in 1816. and was on its staff for 10 matching white* hat.r drtieh1
years. He is the author of four suc*
This biggest single was
To obtain complete
' cessful volumes of popular information -
ruES 350,000 Protestant scriptures (includ- and tions for the Mother and .J
a unique
ing military missals and prayer Bonnets (Pattern No. 5875)
and colorful column
called "You'dBe -
LIKE in coin, your name address
books theater of -
A CHARM ) for European Surprised." tern number. J

operations and in addition 500 German I,wish I could take you into George Due to 'an unusually large :
i Bibles, 120,000 testaments and Stimson's little office in the National current war conditions, slightly OJ
95,000 "portions" for use with German -, is required in filling orders '1
Press building in Washington and }
the most popular pattern :
TANG LEFT I vilians.war prisoners and interned ci see roll-top him desk.toiling at his old-fashioned Send your order to:

B FLYPAPER1t'e Right here in the nation's capital, You will probably find him pokingat 'SEWING CIRCLE

\ the old reliable thet never fails; Dr. Darby, District of Columbia sec his ancient typewriter with two '530 South Wells St.

I Economical, not rationed. For sale .t retary of the same society, tells fingers or running them through his Enclose 16 cents for
hardware, drug end grocery stores. me that thiswas the busiest year "
healthy mane of brown hair while he _
CATCHES THE GERM AS WELL. AS THE f IT, in the chapter's history. cogitates. You might find as a caller -

II I ,- > War's Brutalities the speaker of the house of representatives Name
,,,,[,_ AddressUncLePkib
t', Bring Reaction some foreign diplomat,
A i'j' a distracted correspondent or some
; if. : t.J'fJ "- So much for the situation to date. poor, ambitious girl or boy seeking
) :? :: Why is it predicted that this great'revival
....'.F.U advice on a career. In any case you
i THE TANGLEFOOT COMPANY Grand Rapid. Mich. of interest in the holy writ would be welcomed with a'smile and

in this country is only the beginningof the chances ,are you wouldnot leave

a movement of world-wide magni- without ,some aid and comfort,
To aid In preventing Heat: tude. First, there is the obvious moral or material. i
rash as well as to relievo suggestion already mentioned that it .3zy5:
F S'
fAI heat-rash and soothe prickly heat and' is logical to expect a reaction toward Intrigued by I

THE use Mexsana!irritated, the soothing skin-, things of the spirit after these yearsof Bible Through LifeOf t

medicated powder. brutal warfare. course I asked George how he GIVE an hour to you
Contains ingredients often However, there is another answer happened to write "A Book About and nature SSr

H E A J used lieve by these specialists discomforts.to teE which is given by many thoughtful the Bible." "Because," he said withno tyfour.A Beore the

Costs little.Get Mexsana. people. They say this: The defeat hesitation, "I wanted answers to clever man doesn't nnt psa it

of nazi-fascism was the defeat those questions myself." The first to find that which is nformed ,
of an idea as well as a military power. Bible Stimson ever owned he got t who use _

That idea based on- a purely from a mail order house when he We scoff at the past Powder.s ,
material concept was opposed and was 15. It was his second "own" want to live in it. But Inc.

overcome by the western nations book. The first was "Pilgrim's think the present is so hot ? I IR

whose. philosophy of government as Progress." He read them both, bya Neither an egg nor an ego i YDDTN 1
s well as of morals and ethics is basedon kerosene lamp, stretched out on you break it. j
1 l the Christian religion. his stomach on the kitchen table. Some people know a lot "

1 1 z, This triumph of the Christian- .Then he began to ask questions- you try to tell them something
democratic ideal has affected different questions-questions-of his Sunday you ask them something. :

.IF SO people for different reasons school teacher, of the preacher, of One does, not get
but with the same general result. To anyone who would listen. How did straight road. i
WATCH OUTThe many who yiejded to the lure of nazi- Paul look? ''What about Jesus' The / ,' 13ozaj

medical profession knows that fascism its failure revealed its fun- brothers? what became of the lost place you
find hand is
a helping
though a person may be cured of com- damental error. Their alluring idol tribes of Israel? and many others :
mon malaria on them.they So, if may you are have once it comeback more I showed its feet of clay and they which thousands of readers of the end; of your own arm. 5heln

feeling tired, run down, have pains in are turning repentingly back to its Bible have asked before and since. After you have, lost er)
back appetite and and legs nervous-though, feel weak and billious chills,and no opposite, Christianity.To The answers weren't so satisfactoryto else, you, still have the e

fever haven't struck you'yet, and you many who have been but, pas- the young' inquisitor and so he
have take any common chances.malaria-it Try a bottle doesn't: of pay Oxi-to sive followers of the Christian teach- kept on asking. And reading, and
dine. Oxidino is made to combat malaria ings, the terrible price the world has clipping and searching and re
give you iron to help creation of red paid in blood has been harsh reminder searching.Nor I
blood cells. If the first bottle doesn't
satisfy you your money will be returned. of their delinquencies. They did he cease to examine the Mighty Good !
Oxidme has been used for over 50 years. have a renewed zeal in their faith. source of his curiosity. He has read Eating
Get a bottle today at your drug store.
To.those, of course, who have suf- the Bible frpm cover to cover at .
fered or are bereft, comfort comes least 10 times. He has read it count 9 24L6rvES"Are Gnat Foods":

I with the contemplation of the scriptures less times if you added up his_brows 11l"UIfLa21 '

with their hopeful message. ings. He ha read it twice aloud to It'"o..ComP1.b,;..
And then there is another explanation himself. j you nearly all the protective
I of this desire to renew and re- And now, he gives the world the whole food grain elements declared of essential the

i tea, inforce their communion with the answers to 4e questions he himself co- to human nutrition.I .,
word of God. If I may venture into began asking back there in the little R'7'CVN

51N the realm of the metaphysical let country church, giving them to the <<'

k lL'EM BY me quote from an anonymous article world simply, authoritatively and '
in a pamphlet entitled "Let Freedom completely, at a moment when the :
fYEpRS 6 e i Ring," (also a product of the American Book which is more widely read I= LAKES I ,<

Bible society). than any other ever printed, is be-. lAj1N
35 Ar kfl e The author states that Samuel ing read more widely than ever, by rJ 1f
Druggists I Smith, author of our patriotic hymn, .'yearning, asking world. I ,, .. 'f
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FATHER- AND SOX to think. When "flakked" If( just 'with the Purple Heart." His certifi-j

PARTY IS HELD watched the guns and hoped :their cate for the bronze star reads as
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r ,..- eyesight was bad." i! j follows:
The Fathers and Sons of the Community At the celebration which he had "For meritorious service in con- Flamingo Brand
. :. Church School enjoyed a attended between the American and nection with military operations in

get-together on the school grounds Russians he said that General Belgium, Holland 'and Germany

Sunday afternoon. There were,about Courtney Hodges presented several from 24 October, 1944 to 7 May,

twenty-five present. A Softball game I medals to the Russians and' their 1945. He performed duties as Division DAIRY FEEDI

between the fathers and the sons Colonel-General presented their Artillery S-2 in a conspicuously I

was won by the fathers, score 16 to medals, some of them to the generalsand meritorious manner. He con-
14. A marble tournament in which I some combat awards, includinghis ceived, coordinated and directed ant)' Roughage and Concentrated Feeds'

.a large number participated, was to other ofticers. The party extensive counter-flak program, supervised -
won by Ensign W. C. Owen, Jr. Vol- which followed the presentation included an exceptionally effective

I :ney Robbins was the runnerup.The plenty of the usual toasts counter-battery fire and developeda Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users

afternoon was climaxed by a with vodka but he held tight system which provided an indexed f r

watermelon cutting. through all of the party to his certificate catalogue for photo .
(given with the medal) and 'In addition he made interpretation'l You Can't Buy A Better FeedFOR

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH signed by Field Marshall Koni V. reconnaisance flights to better per-'

31. C. Meador, Pastor This certificate was enclosed in tie form his work. The courage, superb SALE IN THIS, AREA AT DEHYDRATING PLANT IN.
letter and is interpreted as follows: leadership and intensive devotion to
liTHE SINGING CHURCH" Certificate j duty developed by Major Bestor exemplify -

:Sunday School-9:45 a. m. Major Richard J. Bestor I the finest traditions of the

Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. By Order No. 060_ to the troops pf I American officer and reflect great WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)
'Training Union-6:45 p. m. the Ukranian Front there is awardedthe I credit on this officer and the military

:Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. Order of the War for the Fatherland service. I MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA

:Prayer Service, Wednesday, 8:00p. 2nd Class.,, I Maj. Bestor entered the service as

m. Commanding Armies J a Second Lieutenant in December of

' Rev. Arthur H. Wilde, of Miami,, 1st Ukranian Front i( 1939 as one of the first young of- -

will be the guest speaker at both Marshall Soviet Union ; I ficers called to help with the training :..:..tt..tt..tt..tt..l..>*Z..tt..Z..l..Z"l..l":..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:--:-:......
r, services Sunday, June 24, in the absence J. Koniev. ;j program for a great American
of, Mr. Meador. Major Bestor also mentioned that army. ,His advancement" was rapid
,Tuesday at 3:30 p. m., the circles he was up for the Bronze Star for II but it was not until August of last CLIENTSSTILL

.'Of the W. M. S. will meet, the Agnes meritorious service and was "gl'd year that he was sent overseas. He

'Graham Circle at the home of Mrs. that none of the medals were awarded I expects to be re-deployed to the

' Gordon Bembry, and the Annie posthumously or in connection I Pacific after a short time at home. I :. ';" _, LOOKING FOR HOUSES .
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+ > CHURCH ,vt:: Notice To Voters ::! Priced Right

David C. Hancock,: Minister **
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Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. ; :.u* Registration Books are open and are .$.'
E. Gericke, superintendent.. Classes : ;|::: at the City Hall. All who have not done J E. BeardsleyREAL
for all .
ages.Mo"rning Worship, 11:00 a. m. :|:: so are asked to register. The regular city :;|:

Communion Sunday. A nursery for :|: election for three commissioners will be =$: ESTATE BROKER
small children is conducted by the
Mothers' Club at the Community ::: held in September and everyone should |:;: t ,
r I Phone 66 } Hopkins Bldg.
Center. :|;: qualIfy' for this election. :&i: .
The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup-

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You are cordially invited to worship IDS

with us.

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THE REV. S. D. MASON 'r \ 1.frt'h'b.a'n h\ +'y> + tzs>y"e6Y \>

; Priest in Charge. 7 J,7v :1"'tJr'.r.v L: "A.\r %xSf,,%
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.Fr. Peter, J. Reilly, Pastor r'r,,d f,l Ht drSfrFF,7 1 VA. If ia; ".Y.nb' t \ ?

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the necessary reconnaisance information yr.// ,n J.y?} rle ic; +t; 'ti''r(ry'Ya: :
s14.Y', ; ai; n: r 'M established assets and irremovable advan ny }4

that enabled the 6.9th'Divis- GA.ATLANTIC. Ise Whatever readjustments will come di ed >r 1 ,34 ,,
ion to meet the Russians first at ,ni4 wa i .. '
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Torgou. 1 1. : S ': ; with peace, this section of the Union will
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"You're probably curious about /ti v continue to be the "Solid South"-not in ntt10

plane.my feelings(Ed Note on this: The trip photo in such looks'a ILp 1 y J}' r; 4 r ?'JLa.CFAh i7x terms of politics but in the substantial fig ilam

like a Piper Cub). Frankly I was '. ., ? : ayes of assured resources
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nervous when we first crossed our f. %?;' > : ; \ m t.n ;::3' : ,!.sS'N ,
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lines tr % ; i. rr.rY?rRsfJ. ,' 3 ?:
but +;'.vLsl o4fti ; ty. i
by keeping up a running Wiy ,fNF: r/a : Id//l. !Z%; "; < lry :L%+ anoth
conversation, working with maps and J/' ,, : 1>-wfi ff,,f < /.."sx s of the Southern states shows that they
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listening to the radio tad little time Y'rny: produce:
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f/ %trio/r.ryYlJ"L, 7,> rj :w d:<;llap.4: NA More than percent_ ;h to
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; 4 rS'A.J./ kFawLrIy/? ('?y %.?/f'lft !r, : ,+ nation's
2'y .n ? .!n rHlnk; hundred percent of the cane
: : ,yal j< ;. 7 Y! ?/',:!; fryf/ki ts AyM.J; ally
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y ;ain x t bl9 for
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Xk'f... /rq e. ;ca.s'1 elf. Eighty-seven percent of the rice iYi ''+ vtn"t;..,,,'.t; Ltpr.,thy;" .'1r
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citrus fruit >:;
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% .
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ft ,}d .!, 'Yft er. ; Sixt Y-six percent of the tobacco.Thirty lei Al <>
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percent of the soFvi9':1..r.r..Y beans.Nintyf X. ,:vvnv.,:,<;}
., .., .. ,,i/l : ,: 3ik.+ % :',;:='t'y; : 1
::' +% /. : !.9% 3fY/Y ,v ,. at of sweet potatoes ;o.ydn.J > ; JS.a..a+
: },f,I'+v r.a: ./ I /Y/L},/ IJ/.iY:.Y 1t. ty' our percent the ;: ,.. .; .
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rt; %i ,r: fcyarenteresledisitri strips:?; ';asda'F Also, the South has 50 percent of thenation's Sovie
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J E I+Y_i/y:;i/kt,:y..,>, iant.sl'ef; ',o 3latribuhan. facslsten; :. %G1 { ras il farms, one-third of America's min h t n / J }, y/vyprL :yY l;t;l oil ao: R.'Ca,+ yh
: the
+ kyy% >' lhe>.5autr%ensi fl iz wrs
+/.Y : ?fln o. fifth of the bituminous coal, two-thirds of a 9
) }taGafionsaur... r 9e1 ,Mn.fr, half of the marble 97 > .rr.
A.i fr'l l.r K ,, 'H..v;' y ,v the natural gas, per let of y, '=n., '
tl Jv Gf s'l.'r .L/S n ut
%yh. //staff/ialso syvuila.,. ye.ayf or,cornpre- \ YU cent of the sulphur, 40 percent of the forests Germ '
9"'h t./nsulJld tzfttipId / f f %: 4 h::+ } v
r rlensnte sttidies.Yntfi res ct and all of the turpentine and resin would y <';K pla

otIIllikltol top. Vj:j't,'N' :. ; '.yr' "' ., ..n U., South called 'by eminent A.Mies. '
F The was once- ,
;lQlfFdUSlfla SSi ny.
sk1.; p" r;;
% Y authority, the nation 'No. 1 economic Ilussif +
when ; ;% lnourtertitory: Yovrngifiries' '
your .,'r ,: Ar,,: < :(;- H,,, % : p roblem." By intelligent and intensive decapital 3

savings work here..helping i .y r 'rE, 'w11Irecelyepro! i'-"andconfdentiol. : M,.;y.:;;z velopment of its natural resources, plus its rr.arnifii

local responsible families ,. 'nttentors.addressJ1M; ; ; :+FeIdS. ; ; :,. r/ ,,' yr established production of the commodities Eve, 7 aMaJi" 'Yk
g ''3nn.Jtti '? % < :i9; !
of commerce and consumption, the South occup(
Asslstantuice P esidenctl litmtnaton;N.C 't ,

own their own homes. Ask !?/y ;, y .: : ;., .<;'}' .f'{>$'>}h>: % :: will,-in the not distant future, become recognized ticns. .:

for complete information.Clewiston y' at;;ss S,)yot,1, i rf.;,:1: ir %'iF;: ;r CYI'.e !/\CyJ ::!''/'Yi': as the nation's No..1 economic asset --Tok

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4 AGE EIGHT i :i J\J.xE "
FKIDAY, J 22, 1913V
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home next Tuesday from Bainbridge apparently mailed in The bonds mature on" April 1 in the '' ,"
Revival Meeting To and Each bid' must' bo accompanied by a i1!.
I' ; amounts
Md., where he will have completed : Is returningH'tb the' ?}$.222) In 1946 to 948.as .follows Inclusive: certified check or cashier's check for '"
boot After a with the Sea-Bees. 19,000 in 1919 and S9OOO. pavable to the order of the
his Navy training. 1950 ,
Start At Assembly Board
/ I In 1951 of Public. Instruction of Hen- ,
and lf)52 \
week home with his parents and 1 2H2?, In 1953 find 1934 dry County, Florida, as security for
Of God Church HereRev. friends he will return to Bainbridge Sgt. Win. H. Roland arrived home I I 22,000 23,000'' In In 1957 1955 and 1956 I I the detof performance the terms by tho of successful his bid. Rids"noulu bld-

for reassignment. last Thursday to spend a thirty-two 24,000' in 1959 and and 1958 1960 J be enclosed in a sealed envelope "
r leave with his'mother, _Mrs. T. i i 25.QOO in 19fil: I addressed to the undersigned and
day i I
of the marked "Bid for "
H. R. Bagwell pastor I 2fidOO In 1962 I I School Bonds. The
::Ass'emblv'of God Church of South The Navy now has in training H. Roland, before being reassigned. I I I 27,000 in 19C3 I and Board reserves the right to reject any
three Clewiston boys who left the months he:: 28.000 in 1964 all bids.
more For past twenty-five
<(:: .announces this week thata j I i 3200 In 1965Bidders I Dated June 18, 1945.
Md., !
the here June 8th for Bainbridge, has been based in England in the '
revival meeting will start at for boot training. They are Lewis ground forces of a bomber group of!I ; are required, to name the!I C. E. WEAVER
rate of County
church.: there on Sunday, July 1. Interest the bonds shall bear Superintendent of
3R ev. and Mrs. Lummer will be laCharge Blount, Homer Hand and Russ I the Army Air Forces. !I or expressed 1-q in a multiple of 1-100. 1-10 I I Public County,Instruction Florida. of Hendry

Owens. .._ fn I percentthe.... ._..._ bonds bear
of the meeting. Both are accomplished p---- !1 inn n nci' ---n-. n..nn," V""" .uc 00n08 I([ June 22, 29, July 6, 1945.
musicians and he will matu ing in the yean 1956'to 1965. in-

bring the spiritual message at each Lt. Ed Ward has completed his SPECIAL TAX 1VOTICH SCHOOL OP !AL.K DISTRICT NO.j i elusive tion on, April shall 1 be, 1955 subject, or on to redemp-I
all-too-short sixty day leave at home FLORIDA. I est payment date thereafter
Tneeting. Among the instruments 7 OF IinNIlUY COUNTY prior to
after his from German prison matutlty, at par plus accrued interS 1 BBBBBBBBBBHBBBIThe .
played by the couple are the saxophone return I 1 IH' the bonds bear interest ;
violaharp, guitar and ac- camp and left the first of the week Board Notice of is Public hereby Instruction given that of Hen-the bonds 2,99 percent shall or less, all of. the said The WINDSOR' "
for Miami Beach where he will remain be noncallable. BEACH. rtSJHcV
ordian. dry County, Florida will receive scaled Proceedings
for the validation uw .
of celT
for a few weeks awaiting re bids at the office of the Superin- bond} are the VMATIM. un .1Jil.WIt
the Circuit HOW .
Court m
Later announcements will be made tendent of Public Instruction at La- of oriel Mm. '
Concerning the meeting and all are assignment. Mildred accompaniedhim Belle, Florida until 8 o'clock: M.\ on pil'iniofCaldwe11Marshall Htndr3County Florida and the .smut van fM n.*... mt ,
'remain with him 27, 1945, for the purchase of Trimble
and will there July & : New I
1lcielll York S ,
cordially invited to attend any or I. $450,000 of school Bonds of Special City; win be bay IntWATIMS tWMll
until his I furnished to the purchasers I .. ,
reassignment. ft
without w. T. [ .
all of the services. Tax School District No. 7 of Hendry ,charge. J. nine Ovm.HM.1BBBBBBBBBBBBBV<
County, Florida The bonds are In the > > > >
denomination of $1,000 each; are dated I n
Lillian Hooks had a letter from (
April 1, 1945; are in coupon form with
District SuperintendentTo her husband, CPO Richard Hooks, principal and semi-annual interest I
(April 1 and October 1) payable at The
this week, a most welcome and un-
Preach Here Sunday Chase National Bank of the City oft I
expected epistle. It was written on New York, in New York City.

I I If You Wish
Dr. O. Alton Murphy, district superintendent -
of the Methodist I

Church, Lakeland district, will GUARANTEEDL,
Breach here Sunday evening at the Sand -
Concrete Stone and
'::8:00 service hour and afterward will

Conduct the first quarterly conference *
Repair Service
of the church. Services are ,
'being held, temporarily in the library FOR SALE
Machine Work
: room of the Community Center I

'Sun'aay'evening Sunday School at will 7:15 be, held it is each' announced 80 tons of clean 3-4" stone, and 50 tons of sand ::{Painting,and, ;" Body:" Repair Service -

by Rev. W. S.. Bozeman, available for immediate sale {Genuine Ford Repair Parts rrt., ': .
pastor of the church, and regular

:t>preaching services at eight o'clock. SEE -
-All are cordially invited to attend

hese: services. .


McDonald Engineering Co. .:';,'. ':.:3

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U. S. Sugar Plant Phone 1 PHONE 93 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA
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Sgts. James and Jack: Wynn returned ''i U

,Thursday morning from' the MNTR ( \ ; :

Wars and will thank ,you to address : l-"lEANT ;'...', i"i;a;'
them as "mister" in the future since '\ I ', ,J ......-.

both are wearing that little_ eagle :; ; '
tutton which is 'the most coveted of A. fRANKLIN S1"OVE. 'j :

all decorations for the tired combat .. ; : j
fsoldier-the button of an honora'bledischarge. '
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Jack left. Europe,several days before SttM2EIt: .-P:: ,.",L"\..." /

James and got into New York' ,1 1 1A1LMaTrofAN : > '
"three i days ahead (Jack landed on ., ;

tfhe 8th, James on the 11th of June) : .J t7
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feu only got home three, hours, ] : ... ..
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bead., Jack in bus { <
came by Thursday : .:\I :.
morning 6:30 and James ''.""
arrived .
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by train. "
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We went by to say hello but are ).. ', '"..',> Y"\ J I1l

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deferring a story on their experiences : : ,
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until an opportunity is given ,.. ) '

tor a real long talk. Both served in J;! '. ,.,
the Second (Hell on Wheels) Arm- /J. '

'ored Division and went through the i -"'; : : 'J't I :

.North Africa and Sicily'campaigns ,
before being sent to England to i '. ', .

:::await D-Day. Their group spearheaded t pjiiiiiuiI 1 i .' :<. :"'. : .' .:":.... :..,-. ,1,)
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the break-through at- St. Losand ', '...__ '. '
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set the Nazis back on their ': t. .,
'eels at every- turn. Jack received 1, ,;' I I. '? 1

tthe Purple Heart for a piece of : :,. pt": \\f;

I shrapnel which struck him in the i t : ,. i

3eg and both received accidental in { To Grandma the changing seasons meant only Yes, In" the building of tomorrow scientificAir .' ', .'r;;;l ,"i.':f'' i f-:, ,

juries James but said none his was closest serious.spot was two things how to keep warm i in winter, and Conditioning will be as\much a part of the ..-" .::.r.::':.".'....":'' L.I -.},", .. .;,

"safety within when five minutes he was returning of / permanent from how to keep cool in summer! In winter the old I 1,;:,|lan as the ,roof! < >... 'f. 1 Ltr,' -:,: ); 1;

She front lines for the last i ",><, )I
time. In Franklin stove-Grandma's pride and joy-did '
the middle of a bridge spanning a Right I now Air Conditioning is at war 'but. 7.- l' 1
'German' river riding in a unarmored Trojan duty in the parlor. The only trouble was :-
]Belcher has maintained its staff of consultants ;L .i J J
vehicle, a German plane began tolain ..:' .', :, .,. ,
that it over-heated the of the \ .: ; oj.' ;
bombs the one room rest ;
tfchonght bridge. He x. who are ready to talk with you, your architect I or : : f>' i 1
his "
number was but :.
up managed house teeth .
; to come through unscathed.There's .' set everybody's a'chattering I consulting engineer about .your;, building plans ..,":':':: 'Hi.. l).: j,
much more to their story '' "
sand -we're hoping we'll be able to \t. In the summer Grandma had the old fashioned j for the future. ;1 :;:}

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"when these brothers have been able : pretty ]Deposits on Carrier Air Conditioning units are .,: 1 r< ;'j
3to become accustomed to ;. 1
being civil- and
sat in prim discomfort with her constant '
ians once more. Sufficient now 'to I being taken now at Belcher Industries. Orders I:_. :T 1

'welcome them home and hope that companion a palmetto fan. !l : .' !
what they've gone through will not will be filled in sequence as soon as possible : ,{. }, t
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-by"fcavo: any to future be experienced generation.by them or But to the modern man and woman t in home, :after V.,1. f<< 3

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9 office, store or manufacturing plant of today, the "1

Elsewhere will be found the account \ .'. : .
of the exploits of Major Richard changing seasons mean nothing! For thanks to d1 : 1,
'Bestor which earned for him the ; j
'Coveted silver star of the American scientific Air Conditioning year 'round Air !

..Army and a silver star decoration ,T
SE the Russian forces. Conditioning! they'have control of the weather
Everyone ofTtas
/ A Du.jsioll 01 ;

Is proud of this achievement' by have found better health and comfort in,Use'" Belcher Oil Company ,;
H Clewiston officer and will be eager \ ,
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tto personally express our con atu- home ., better working conditions ar-' :,',." r
lations and appreciation when he re-I l t ESTABLISHED 1915 -

?tnrns shortly from the ETO on : production in office and plant. \ MIAMI AND PORT EVERGLADES. FLORIDASole ,

'Way to the Pacific.. His wife and

'daughter arrived from Santa Monica,
"Ca1., this week to await his return. Distributors in :a.-------_. ..j :' ri'ier Conditioning and RelriseratiollB1OJ"


Mr. and Mrs. C.
A. Stiles

K ecting their sou, O. C..:'Wilcox-are .jr ex-,,: :: : )"":.:";.d.:",11"' :;
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