The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01054
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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 29, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:01054
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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i r ENCINEERHEARINC DROUGHT ENDS AS Tuesday Legion Dance EveningThe On Stewart Sees No End To

J ON greatest ,observance. In- Extra Deadlock'

dependence Day in Clewiston will be

CBE HERE TUESDAYA CROSSES FLORIDA the dance which is planned by the --- QI -
American Legion for Tuesday night, ;
July 3, at Sugarland Auditorium Records Are BrokenAt Speaker Pro-Tern of '47

meeting to this A drought of several months dura- I which will extend well over into the Session
most important I Cadet Club Party House For
held tion was ended during the past week holiday. I
area will be the hearing to when a tropical disturbance of mild The dance will start at 9:'30 and A Week .

here Tuesday afternoon, July, 3, at intensity originated off Yucatan and close at'' 1:30. Dave Tyler's orchestra Officers of the Cadet Club stated I I -

the Community Center by the U. S. came northward through the Gulf, has been obtained for the occas- yesterday that :all records in attend'

Engineers to assemble data on the crossing Florida Just north of Tam- ion and tickets are now on'' sale at ance were broken for the welcom- Representative Elbert L. Stewart
needed $1.50 couple. Any Legionnairemay II returned to his ,
Crossstate water- pa, and bringing greatly per home here last
Fort Myers-Stuart tickets. ing-in party held Wednesday even- week-end
rains to the entire peninsula. There be contacted for, from Tallahassee and
.; way with a view to deepening the was little damage from wind although Most :places of business will be ing honoring the Cadets of Course is spending this week, or as much

S waterway to a controlling depth of there were reports that gusts closed on the Fourth but no special 26 who arrived last week. ",thereof as possible, attending to some -

1. eight feet instead of the present six reached eighty miles per' hour. observance of the day is planned. A fine lour-piece orchestra, threeof necessary work before returning to

feet. During the week Townsite recorded the members being cadets from Tallahassee In where the Legislature is

Every community along the wa- .75 inches on Monday, .02 on : the new class, furnished excellent to _work extraordinary out session attempting
terway or affected by the waterway Tuesday, 1.08 on Wednesday,' .08 on Softball ]League ionment legislative apport-
music for dancing and were required
., 1.458 Friday, .15 on by constitutional
is expected to furnish all possible Thursday, on I
.... data, preferably in written form, Saturday and .058 on Sunday for a twenty-nine local girls present to II amendment every ten ,years. He
'::' giving as close figures as possible on total for the week of 4.94 inches. u. S. S. C. Retains League Lead act as dancing partners, the largest I states, frankly, that, he can see no

:, the benefit to their communities or During the same period 5.13 incheswas Annexing two more games, the number ever to attend one of these I I chance of the deadlock between'

(; areas through the deepening of the recorded at Benbow, 5.75 inches I Sugar Company team ran their totalto affairs. North Senate and South Florida in the

waterway.The at Liberty Point' and 4.60 inches at four straight wins. Bobby Hare The Cadet Club ladies express 1 I being broken no matter how
.'. and Gulf Association Bare Beach. The Eastern Division pitched "the team to triumphs over their appreciation to the women of long the session lasts.

with headquarters Atlantic in Miami and stations of the Sugar Corporation the Clewiston Guards 4-8 and the the various organizations for furn-I\ Elected Without Campaign

;j headed by A. D. Fossey of that city, recorded a total of 5.63 inches at Belle Glade Guards 4-0, making it ishing'excellent ;iho e-cooked, food i Representative Stewart was honored -
to have as great one station, 6.05 inches at another four straights for Bobby Hare whois and refreshments and also to the on Monday preceding the end-
is making plans of members and 7.24 inches at another. now the league leading pitcher. City Commission who had just com-I ing of the regular session by being
;::: a representation pres-This The storm cleared up over the | 1234567RHEClew pleted the refinishing of the floors I elected Speaker Pro Tern of the 1947
ent at the meeting as possible.
in the week-end but several showers have Gds. 01300004 7 2 and the re-decorating of the inter- Session. This is a position ordin-
organized early war
group was this fallen during this week which indi- U.S.C 04400008' 3 2 ior of the room.Kiwanis arily much sought after by membersof
to stress the need for deepening
waterway' as a safe means of bringing cates that the rainy season has at Batteries: Albaugh, Spudic: and the House but a group of friends

>-. oil from the Gulf to the Atlantic last started.No Dean; Hare and Weaver.. Members' started work for Mr. Stewart several -
." great amount of wind dam- days in advance of the election
before 'the U-boat menace was con-
quered. They feel that if suffici- age was caused ''in the county except Clevriston High 6, Clewiston Guards 2 Hear Reports. From and without his knowing! it. As a

ent interest is shown that deepen- to one home, that of County Under the tutoring of Melvin I consequence he was elected without
International OfficersSince
; ing, once started, will not halt at Commissioner A. J. Evers in Fort Pape, Lefty Baker and Luke Owens, any campaign and without any ef-
eight feet but will provide ten or Denaud. It was lifted from its I the CHS took the long end of ,a 6-2 I fort being made to secure pledges.

twelve feet. foundation by a severe gust of wind I ball game with the Clewiston Guards. there is to be no Kiwanis.j 1 i! He received 67 votes to 24 for, his I

while the family 'was away Sunday j Limiting the Guards to 3 hits. Har- International convention this year, only opponent, Mrs. Mary Lou Baker !
The Rivers and Harbors Act of morning. ''Front' 'and back porches I bin won his own ball game by!! a substitute being a meeting of the from Pinellas County and the results

1945 provides for the eight-foot were badly damaged,and the chimney'j striking 'out' 9 batters ,and collecting!i j International executive officers and clearly indicate his great popularity

I depth in this waterway over' greater wrecked. It was a freak wind which 2 triples and a single for 3' trips 'to j directors in 'Chicago soon, the reports with the members of the House.
. y':'.; part of its, length and it may well struck the home for there was no ] the plate Backed by -excellent from the officers have been [ The,.constitution, Mr. Stewart says,

: be that the data to be assembled' at other damage' that area. Several j fielding by Pape and McLeod, and submitted to each club and were gives no time limit' for the extra session

>' n, this time may be for even a deeper orange trees in his yard were also the constant soothing chatter of read and discussed at the meeting of for reapportionment and pro-

<' channel than that proposed. Under uprooted.: I Lefty Baker, Harbin's only troublewas the local club Wednesday evening at:I vides no way for adjournment with
jj its provisions no work can. be done !
; : out taking
.\(" --- Hardie of the Guards who collected the Inn. care of this legislation.
., ., until the war is over. Stork StopsUpon 2 for 3V' The big bat of Har President R. C. Wilson read the I Inasmuch as there is a hopeless dead- '

'. All interested parties should ,make I bin and Pape, was too, much for reprt.of. the International president_ ,II lock, in the Senate the greatest efforts -
,j, their plans ,to attend this meeting Spudic who was pitching with keen Ben Dean, ; M.' M. Prewitt read the being made now' 'are to determine -

.ir: and present their testimony' ,either learning yesterday: monringof control and struck"oui: .6 batters.1234567R .. report_ of Hamilton<. ', written orally. the birth of baby"'daughters to I session. -
or : H E treasurer and W.,-*. Martin read ,' --
Rev and Mrs. David C.Hancock and'to /Clew Gds. 10000012: 3 2 the report of O. EPeterson, Inter-)I Asked if there had been any serious ,

:: Picnic 'Friday Night .t Mr. and Mrs. Carl ,E. Johnson at t CHS 300000X6, 6 1 national secretary. These reports i talk of state.;division, brought on
.' the .Clewiaton Hospital Wednesday I dealt mainly with the progress which I by this North and South Florida

: Closes 'Vacation evening, the News checked up and Clewiston Gds. '2, Belle Glade Gds. 0 : has been made in Kiwanis activities fight, Mr. Stewart' said th'ere. had
discovered that it has been delinquent : the i j i been talk but he did not
Throwing a change-of-pace: ball I during_ past year. I consider It
.J". Bible School HereThe in reporting the new arrivalsat that had the,Belle Glade team break- Because the Fourth of July falls serious. He believes that while'

the Clewiston Hospital. they ing their backs, Albaugh pitched a this year on Wednesday ,the next, there is little or ,no opportunity to_
Community Church School Miss Laura Mattison gives us 2-0 shut-out last Sunday.1234567B. meeting will be held at the Inn at straighten out the muddle in this
closed its two week Vacation Bible following list of new arrivals at the H E the regular hour on Tuesday even'i-:session that it will be taken care'of Cat

I School last Friday night with a hospital since May 1: B. G. Gds. 00000000 3 0 ing. i| the :polls in the next election not

family picnic at the church. Scheduled A son, Richard Wayne, to ,Mr. and Clew Gds. 0 1 0 0 0 '1 X 2 4, 0 J. E. Beardsley, program chair-'1 J 1 only in the election of senators but

' to be 'held on the church lawn Mrs. M. C. Herring, South Bay on Batteries: Capo, and Hardage. man, asked the members to express in the election of state officials.

the, heavy downpour of rain forced May. 3. j Albaugh and Dean. themselves in regard to the type of'I II Regardless of the outcome of the
the picnickers inside but did not A son, Eugene Reed Holloway, to -' '--' I I programs which-have been held during -I fight, Mr.: Stewart can see trouble

dampen their enthusiasm.. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Holloway Lake Riddle Flyers Win Shut-out 3-0 the past few months. The members ahead in future sessions in the pass-

The average enrollment for the Butler: on May 14. Behind three hit pitching by Proc were unanimous' in their approval age of beneficial legislation becauseof

two-week school was approximately Twins, a boy and girl, Paul and Gamble, the '''Riddle' Flyers showeda of the programs and expressed the sharp lines which have been

53 and the picnic was attended by Paulette, to Mr. and Mrs. T. M. little of their old' form by blank- 'appreciation that so many inter- drawn between the two sections of

some seventy-five :parents, teachers Gomez on May 18. ing the Clewiston Guards 3The ,esting programs had been ''provided. the state. ,

i' ,.. and children. The picnic' dinner was A son, James Lee McGibbon, to Flyers now have undisputed pos- I In commenting on the regular

N concluded with the consumption of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. McKibbon of session of second place.1234507'R. I New Federal Use session Mr. Stewart said that he
r a bountiful supply of ice cream. Moore .Haven on May 23. HE ; had made the statement before leav-

, Preparations for the ,affair were ably A son, Carol Wilson Redish, Jr., I I I Flyers 00003003 4 11 Stamp Must Be ing for Tallahassee in April that the

,,, supervised by Mrs. F. E. Conkling. to CPO and Mrs. Carol Redish! on I I Gds. 00000000 3 2 taxpayers of Florida would be pay-

After the supper: a short worship "June 4. I Batteries: Gamble and Waters; Displayed Monday ing more taxes when the Legislature
' program was well presented by the A daughter, Sarah Effie Varna- Albaugh and Dean adjourned than they were then pay-
i dore, to Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Varna- I ing
Bible School class 'taught by Mrs. although he was favoring a :pro-
I John L. Fahs, Collector of Internal -
Wm. Burkhart. Other teachers dore on June 7. I I gram of economy. This he adheredto
StandingsW I Revenue for the District of Flor-
were: Mrs. L. M. Hutson, Mrs. R. C. 1 A daughter, Judith Karen, to Mr. : : ida has called attention by working against new tax mea-
L Pet. today again
Heath and Mrs. J., H. Walker. and Mrs. Leon Bembry on June 11. : sures In committee but said that
USSC 4 0 .1000,: 'of all automobile owners to the requirement t
A son, William Clyde Conley to when
it was
that the
Riddle Flyers 3 1 ..750C. I that the owner of every I I very apparent
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Conley on June measures would ,
Night Police Officer I H. S. 32 .600 motor vehicle which is used on the I :pass by overwhelming ._ I
17.A highways must $5.00 Automobile majorities that he :put in an affirmative -
Clewiston Gds. 2 3 .400 buy a new I
son, Kenneth Arthur May, toM vote. He' "
jXdded By City Use Tax Stamp and displayit said also, that
< I and Mrs. E. H. May on June 18. M. Haven 2 .333B. : the tax measures passed
the vehicle beginning 1 July would
G. Gds. 1 3 .250 on
A Richard Earl
son Finley, to (Continued on Page 8)
q ,1 'k'..::','', Tindale, a city employee for Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Finley on June I Clewiston Town 0 3 .00 1945. Mr. Fahs urged owners not
sev l'-':,\ years, has been made a po- 20. to be misled by false rumors alleg-

lice officer on the night shift in the daughter, June Ann, to Rev. I Softball :Double Header Sunday I If ing that this tax has been repealed Mutt Waldron Is

city to give police protection for,: and Mrs. D. C. Hancock, on June The town people have 'a chance of since it definitely has not been repealed -
f and all of his deputy collec-I Aboard Light Carrier
twenty-four hours each day.J. seeing, a ball game that promises to ;
S. Taylor will remain as the 27.A daughter, not yet named, to Mr. be hard fought and may decide the tors throughout the State are being j
day officer, serving from noon until and Mrs. Carl E. Johnson on June I league lead, when the USSC and instructed to :proceed with the en- ABOARD A LIGHT AIRCRAFT
midnight each day. Mr. Tin- 27. Riddle Flyers, one two in the stand- forcement of the law and a CARRIER OFF JAPAN r- Thomas

dale takes the midnight to noon ings, meet Sunday, July 1, 1945, as will be started on the morning of I M. Waldron, 23, yeoman, first class,
2nd. Mr. Fahs feels that it is
shift. part of a double header which will son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M.
s The night officer was added as the Seminole IndianPopulation also feature Clewiston Town Teamvs. I only fair to the ,ones'who voluntarily -I Waldron, Sr. of Clewiston, Fla., isi

J result of a request from businessmen DwindlesTo Moore Haven. Games start at 1 comply with the law to see that attached to the captain's office force
of the city.Montgomerys. 3 P. M. Admission free at Sugar- every effort is made to secure full I jof this ship.Waldron .

687 MembersTALI.lAIIASSEEOnly land Park.Former. compliance by the other automobile I joined the :Navy October

Receive owners. 2, 1942. He is a graduate of Clew i
The stamp should be prominently t
iston High School. .
687 mem-I Editor's Mother displayed on the motor vehicle on
Notice of Death Of He had 15 months' duty on a heavy
bers of the Seminole'Indian tribe, and after 1 July 1945. It has,been I
[aircraft carrier before joining this
. i 1. Nephew, Jap POW which a century ago waged war. Dies In Tallahassee ]I found that the stamps will stick bet- j ship.I i
against the United States for 23 ter if the windshield fs dampened
I'I'I years, are left in Florida. Mrs. B. O. Bowden, mother' of I I instead of the stamp. Motorists are I I --
Mr. and Mrs. "W. A. Montgomery State Census Director H. L. Shearer Keathley Bowden, former editor of also urged to keep a separate record -I I PURCHASES HOME i ii

'received a telegram this: week that reported that the Seminole popu- the Clewiston News, passed away I of the serial number which ap- j'
{ their nephew, Logan Jack Sullivan, lation had decreased by 48 in the Monday morning in a hospital at pears on each stamp, as well as write i, W. N. Martin announces this week t
f Jr., of Toledo, Ohio, had died in a past 10 years. His figures were sub- Tallahassee, where she went recently on the back of the stamp the make, his purchase of the J. W. Durden t
Japanese prison camp.: He had mitted by the office of Indian affairsat to live with a daughter. She had model serial number and State li- 'home, one of the first group of government -
i been a prisoner since ,Bataan. months had i i houses built on' Osceola '
Fort Myers. been ill for several and ('ense number of the vehicle
? He was missing for twenty months tha't I I Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Durden are
All the Seminoles reported are been hospitalized in Sebring before :Mr. Fahs stated the stamps
when he was reported a prisoner. scattered in,seven south Florida coun- going to Tallahassee. may be purchased from all post offices |leaving about the first of July to
i- Having received cards and a letter ties. There are 333 men and boys Surviving members of the familyare and at the headquarters office I' make their home in Miami and Mr.
with his signature in his handwriting and 354 women and girls. one' daughter, Mrs. Mabel Lin- of"the Collector in Jacksonville, as j and Mrs. Martin and family expect
every hope was that he would State Librarian W. T. Cash estimated genfelder of Tallahassee; three sons, well as the following branch offices j to occupy the house the latter part
j .i soon be home. He was, the only son that the Seminole :popula- Bryant of Okeechobee, Basil of Seb- : Miami, Tampa, Key West and i|,:'of the month after making some

I of a brother of Mrs. Montgomery. (Continued on Page 4)) ring and Keathley of Monticello. l Pensacola I j'alterations,!

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Turn to the Sun; Anne Duffield. I ;..Children's Books church. est payment date thereafter, prior to

New Books In I.I' Party Line, Louise Baker Prayer for A Child, Rachel Field: Sunday School,. 9:45 a. m., Dr. C, maturity est. If the at par bonds plus bear accrued Interest inter at

Dasha E. M. Almednigen. Abraham Lincoln, Ingri and Ed- ,E. Gerleke-superintendent. Classesfor 2.99 ,percent or less, all of the said
Library.. :
Iewiston bonds shall be
P. D'Aulaire.Orange all l ages.MorIling noncallable.
Temple Bailey. gar
Proceedings for the validation of the .
-- Manhattan Furlough, Hiram Hay- on Top, Henrietta Van der Worship,. 11:00: a. m. A bonds are pending the Circuit Courtof
Hendry County, Florida, and the
:Non-Fiction dn. 1 .Haas. nursery for small children is con- opinion of Caldwell, Marshall, Trimble
,American Guerrilla in the Philippines Introducing Insects, James G. ducted by the, Mothers' Club at the & Mitchell, New York City, will be
The Blue Danube, Ludwig Bemeluians. furnished to the purchasers without
Needham. ..
by Ira Wolfert.: ,Community Center. charge. _,"
from Yank, Editors of Future Perfect,- A guide to Per- Guest speaker for this Sunday Each bid must be accompanied by a
The Best Apartment in Athens, Glenway sonality and Popularity for ,the Jun- will be the Rev/ Wm. Stanley Beard-] certified check or cashier's check for
yank. Wescott. 9000. payable to the order of the
in the Horse Latitudes, H. ior Miss. shaw of Lake Park, Florida. Board of Public Instruction of Hen-
Lost Turn Home, Eleanor R. Mayo. Nathan, Boy of Capernaum, Amy Westminster Fellowship meeting dry County, Florida, as security for
,,UIen Smith. Parrish. : I the performance by the successful bid-
tolling] Stone, Fred Stone. Poor Child, Anne Morris Lillie. 6:00: p. m.,. at the church. Bruce 'der of the terms of his bid. Bids
Medical Problems, Maxine Winds, Blow Gently, Ronald Kirk- New Fields for Josie, Kathryn Bcardsley is the I should be enclosed In a sealed envelope
Woman's leader.- I addressed to the undersigned and
Davis. bride. .Worth. 'marked "Bid for School. Bonds." The
The Romance of Boston Bay, Ed- The Sign of the Ram, Margaret I The Seashore Parade, Muriel Le- METHODIST CHURCH I'I Board and all reserves bids. the right to reject any;
Fergason. win
ward Rowe Snow. W. S., Bozeman; Minister Dated June 18, 1945. ,
,MysteriesA Penny and Pam, Nurse and Ca- 1
Fiction I C. E. WEAVER,
Time to Die, Hilda Lawrence., det, Dorothy Deming, R. N. I County Superintendent of
Spring, Elizabeth Yates.A I Sunday School, 7:15 p. m. Public Instruction of Hendry
Wind The Lucky Stiff, Craig Rice. The Singing Cave, Margaret Leigh-
Lion is in the Street, Adria I I Worship Service, 8:00 p. m. County, Florida.

Locke Langley.A 1 Westerns Manning. ton.The Secret Spring, Emma Atkins,I Services are being held, temporarily June 22, 29, July 6, 1945.
Woman in Sunshine, Frank Trigger Trail, Roy Jacobs. i i in the Library room of the I
Nelson C. Nye.
I Salt River Community
Center and all are cordially -
Swinnerton. Crazy Dog, Leon Ware. I invited to attend. I

,. Back to School with Betsy, Caro- I ,F. Deane Duff

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Pasteurized MilK Cathy, SIddie Joe Johnson. I CHURCH BROKER

i Trouble for Jerry, Doris Gates. Sunday Glndew, Hendry and Palm Beach
I Red Light, Green Light, Golden I Services every at 8:30 County Land for More Than
: MacDonald.I a. m., at Clewiston Community 23 Years
And Cream I
Like Trains, Catherine Woolley. Church.THE
REV. S. D. MASOXPriest
the Alice Gall
All Year Round,
in Cham.ST I
: Now available to local patrons from your and Fleming Crew.
Happy Birthday, Judy! by Char-
z J home dairy. '. lotte Becker. I MARGARET'S_ CHURCH GULF ,LIFE INSURANCE 00.

The Little Stone House Bertha -

! Call 133 for Delivery Service. Daily Delivery and Elmer Hader. I Mass Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor G. Nottingham, Agent

I! Biffy Buffalo, Jane Porter. : Clewiston 9:00 a. m. Box 6527
Pahokee 11:00 a. m. I
1 -- I I Cleivlston '- Florida
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Cox. Kudolph Barton II I I ,.


: A. H. KingMack's Rudolph Barton, 20, coxswain Notice Is hereby given that .1 Johnson's Fish Camp J
Board of Public Instruction of Hendry
I USN, of Clewiston, Fla.? is 1 County, Florida, will receive seal- (Near Hurricane Gate) {
" ,acting chief master-at-arms in the ed bids at the office of the Superin- \
tendent of Public Instruction at La- Glewiston, Fla.
\ messhall aboard the destroyer escort -I Belle, Florida, until 8 o'clock P. M. on Boats and Motors-Guide Service
, on which he is now serving. He ; July 27, 1945, for the purchase of I
1 has been on this ship with the At-| $450,000 of' school Bonds of Special Rates ReasonableW.
n Tax School District No. 7 of Hendry H. Johnson, Mgr.
I lantic Fleet for 15 months. County, Florida. The bonds are in the
S Before entering the Navy, Barton I denomination of $1,000 each; are dated
April 1, 1945 in form with
Drug Store was employed by the United States principal and; are semi-annual coupon interest ..:..:..:"..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:w:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
Sugar Corporation of, Clewiston. A I (April 1 and October 1) payable at The .Y". .
I Chase National Bank of the City of FORTAXICABS !
graduate of the Weirsdale High New York, In New York City. I I..i.

School, Weirsdale, Fla., he is the son The bonds mature on April 1 in the :*: f.:;:
years and amounts as follows:
of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Barton of ;
$18,000 in 1916 to 1948 inclusive
Service :
Excellent Prescription Clewiston. 19,000 in 1949 and 1950
I 20,000 in 1951 and 1952 : :_:
-- 21,000 in 1953 and 1954 .. PHONE 18 ..
7A.M.-11 P. M. i Gasoline And 23,000 22,000 in in 1957 1955 and and 1958 1956 .:..:..:..:..:..:..:,..:..:'..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:.:..:.:..:,.:..:..:)
1 24,000 in 1959 and 1960

Kerosene Report 25,000 26,000 in In 1962 1961 I

PHONE 20CLIENTS 27,000 in 1963 FLOWERSCut
i 28,000 in 1964
The inspection bureau of the Department 32,000 in 1965
flowers for delivery here or
of Agriculture in Tallahassee Bidders are required to name the
, rate of interest the bonds shall bear I for delivery anywhere in U. S.
has just released a report on expressed in a multiple of 1-100, 110or by wire..
the sale of gasoline and kerosenefor 1-4 of 1 percent. If the bonds bear _
.:.( ..-"r. :": :":": :":"),:":":":WW.x..:.. :':':':':" :":":":":"r"r:":" ) the month of ,April. 'interest above 2.99 percent, the bonds I MRS. J., 31. FOUNTAIN!
'I maturingin the'years 1956 to 1965 inclusive I I
" -'. "\ This report list Hendry County as shall be subject to redemp-I Day Phone 82 Night Phone 14sWI

I having consumed 104,991 gallons of \tion on April 1, 1955, or on any inter- i I _

gasoline' and -15,271 gallons of kero-

t 'I sene. Total consumption fdr the .....J......M.M......*..J..jwJ..J..tMtMJMJMIMJ..............!.....!;.J.......................................: ....................:..;;.,.....:..,....!......>>
HOUSES state was 27,437,750 gallons of gaso- :: '
; line, 3,631,067 of kerosene. :X

We Need Listings I CLEWISTON CHURCH COMMUNITY: : Tjjji Assembly of God I I.I :

I David <3. Hancock, Minister .I SOUTH' CLEWISTON I. r

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.- I SUNDAY, JULY 1, 1945 I.:i.t i: i Sunday School ..............._........_ 10:00 A., M. :,
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I OUR INVITATIONThis I:s: ;. Morning Worship .......................... 11:00 A. M. ,t.|
church has'no other creed ,
J. E. BeardsleyREAL t '
i 1 but the Bible: no other law but love, :!: Evangelistic Service ...__......-..:.. 8:00 P. M. ?,
and other master but Christ. The I .i. .t
no :_: Weekly Services, Tuesday ...._____ 8:00 P. M. !<
terms of the
ESTATE BROKER only membership are y ;

conditions of salvation-a profes- :x!: '--' Young People's: Service Friday .....-.. 8:00 P. M. :.
sion of faith in Christ and obedience .-. s

Phone 66 Hopkins Bldg. to Him. To every believer in Christ :;: H.
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, I we extend the, invitation to join in s; BAGWELL .)

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Gems of Thought f VThAIIc@li ojii;

DRUDGERY is as necessary

the mind those as the harrowing of treasures earth.-and of Plan Just and Speedy I

planting tljie
Insert small wads of cotton into For cooking fresh asparagus,

Fuller. the fingertips of your rubber use an old percolator. Stand tM

The greatest pleasure is to doa Trials for Nazi BigwigsAllied gloves. This will prevent the fin- asparagus in the percolator, add

good action by stealth, and to gernails from cutting through. boiling water, cover and cook.

have it found out by accident.- -.- -

Lamb. If a rubber ring around the top Since fiber door mats are hard

Think'st thou existence doth. depend Commission to Handle Cases of High of a jar of preserves is inferior to replace, keep the 'old ones ,Iii

on Time? and causes a leak, pour melted good repair by cutting off frayed
It doth; but actions are our epochs. Leaders; Local Officials to Prosecute
paraffin wax around the top. edges, rebinding, or overcastingworn
The greatest comfort of my 1 -e-

old age, and that which 'gives Minor Offenders. Y J To protect the heels of rubbers places.. -eTo -
me the highest satisfaction, is or overshoes, cut pieces of felt just crush pills for a sick person,

the pleasing remembrance of By BAUKHAGENews [the size to fit into the heel, then place the pills between two tabl*

the many benefits and friendly cement it in place. This will receive spoons fitted together and
offices I have done to others.-' Analyst and Commentator the impact and protect the hard. There will be no mess of

Cato. rubber.
tVNU Service, Union Trust Building, This rules out the persons brought loss.

Washington, D. C. back to the scene of their crimes;' I

The legal profession is about ,to the trials of spies and saboteurs, Here's Pair of I
a Homemaking
meet the greatest challenge it has which are coming up daily, offenses :

.i., ever faced. I I against American- nationals or Shoe Shine Kit and Laundry I

'... The Moscow declaration, pub- against Germans individual acts Hamper
: ,: lished November 1, 1943, and signedby of persecution against Jews or oth-

p President''Roosevelt, Prime Min- ers.In By Ruth Wyeth Spears

ister Churchill and Premier Stalin, other words, Jackson is after, .' Another nomemaker aid Is the laundry
declares that "those German officers ; big game and he will not be contentto 1l4t-LONG hamper that is not too large for a small
bathroom closet.
or It will look well
and men and members of the Nazi. fiddle with minor offenses even if .AND a bedroom or In,the kitchen. The ont
party" who are responsible for or committed by major criminals. His I 11 HIGH a shown here may be made from a four
who have taken a consenting part in job will be to nail those leaders who HOLDS EQUIPMENT ALL i o, rt, foot square of plywood with almost na
"atrocities evidence of which has are responsible for engineering the s waste. It Is well ventilated with holei
FOOTREST bored in sides and top. It Is light to handle
been received from authoritative whole general criminality of the I AND HANDLE e. and may be painted to match the wood.

quarters in many countries," will be Nazi-Fascist program. The smaller tw. I work or In some bright contrasting color.

FOR QUICK RELIEF "tried, judged and punished" accord- fry will be taken care of by other *

ing to the laws of those countries. legal authorities at the scene of the NOTE-Pattern 280 gives an actual-siza
cutting guide for all the shaped of
individual crimes or elsewhere. parts
This declaration also de-
same 'Qctr both articles. Large Instruction diagram
A Soothing clares in its final paragraph that Jackson VersedAs and .a complete list of all materials re. .
ANTISEPTICUsed "major criminals whose offenses rah fowio quired are included. To get pattern 283

: by thousands with'satisfactory fe have no particular geographical lo- Prosecutor SLIDE IIN FITS UNDER N N00 rect send to 15: cents with name and address di.
Bolts for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. GROOVES
calization" will be tried and dealt
Get Carboil at drug stores or write Justice Jackson's reputation and
Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Term. with by "joint decision of the Gov- TF YOU want the family to rise
his record
ernments of the Allies." are a pretty good guaran- and shine a handy kit like the MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS i
tee that he will not be stumpedby
Bedford Hills New York
Soothe, relieve heat rash; That is where the United States any hurdles that international one shown here will certainly inspire Drawer 10
and help it with and the challenge of its legal profes- them. It is easy to make
prevent his
lawyers might try to put in Enclose 15 cents for PatternNo.280.Name .
B [EAJ Mexsana, the soothing, sion comes in. way. But that does not mean he from scraps of threeeighthinchlumber.
medicated powder. Sprinkle A shallow compartment
this cooling, comfort The body which will try these "big will "railroad" the accused. He will
inside holds of and
E ing, astringent powder shots" is an international military not let the trials sink below' dig- cans polish a Address !

well over heat irritated tribunal, to be designated by an of- nified judicial level. They must be, (deeper one bottles and brushes I

nTH' E A J skin. Costs little. Big savE ficial title,- probably by the time he says, "trials in fact, not merely .1
ings in larger sizes.All tha .
family will like Mexsana. these lines are printed, and it is before trials in name, to ratify a predeter- 4-... .
I. this court that a member of the mined result." On the other hand, 1- _I .. 4 ,,

Supreme court of.the United States, he does not believe'that "every step )

Associate Justice Robert H. Jack- must be taken in accordance with Flavor Delights Millions! ( '

son, chosen as American chief of technical common law rules 'of ;

counsel, will appear as prosecutor. proof." His record shows that he :

1 1t He will act jointly, it is presumed, is a "direct actionist"-he can be'' : liI9'p
with the counsels' of the'United King- expected to pull no punches.I Ii.I

1 1 1 dom and the Union of Soviet Socialist I said this was the greatest chal-; 1 I

Republics. lenge the legal profession had ever;

Legal Body faced. I said that because upon-the, (, CORN FLAKESf
. IF SO manner in which these trials are' .
Without Precedent conducted will depend just how; -
Never in history has such a legal clearly Naziism will be revealed to f\ Grains Are Great Foods"Kellogg'a JltK""' s t;

medical profession knows that body been convened.''Never has sucha the people of the world in its true, Corn Flakes bring nearly all 7J1iI ':f'

mon though malaria a person they may may be cured have of it comeback com- task as the 'one it has before it light. These criminals must convict, the protective food elements you of the whole :if.J i I r

on them. So if you are once more been of such potential'significance to themselves and their' philosophies; .- grain declared essential to human nutrition; com /::)/ i !
feeling tired 'run'down have pains in of out of their own mouths: They must
the social and political well-being
back and legs feel weak and billious no
appetite and nervous-though chills and the peoples of the earth-never, at not be allowed to stand before the: -. .. .. -+ flKKCSfot 1
I have fever common haven't struck malaria-it you doesn't yet, and pay you to least, since the day of 'a certain Roman world with their testimony and that ;

take any chances. Try a bottle of Oxi- procurator of Judea in 'Pales of their accusers as a background,
dine. Oxidine is made to combat malaria tine. Pontius Pilate was unable to as martyrs to what Jackson himself
give you iron to help creation of red
blood cells. If the first bottle doesn't face his responsibility, and finding calls "farcical judicial trials" which [ iJBan\\ ave)

t;, satisfy you your money will be returned. "that he could prevail nothing, but rationalize previously settled opin-
Oxidme has been used for 50
!i'..' Get a bottle today at your drug store. rather that a'' tumult was made, he ions. This would destroy the con-

.:k took water, and washed his fidence of the people in the whole, 30 IBS. OF SUGAR FOR ONLY $1.47

. hands. ." case for democracy, he believes. Nor
M. The United d States does not intendto must the case against them be prey There Is sweetening value equal to 2 tea'UNIVERSITY PRODUCTS COMPANY
.:::- wash its hands of the responsibility sented in such a manner as might j' Saccharin of sugar pellet.in each Save tiny money V.P.C.and 7500-PDelmar Blvd.,University City b. Mo.
1l//uJSu/ItA? ration stamps. Your whole family will enjoy 1 Enclosed U check (or money order) In the
before it. give even the skeptical a false sug-' .I Saccharin used for sweetening. ( amount of S...............Please send.....
gestion that the enemies of democ- 1 size bottles of Saccharin
rot rill)) mil no PAIlS ir There seems to be a welter of con- Saccharin Is non-nutritious and Don-fatten- 1 economy M-graln pellets at$1.47)per bottle.U.P.C.If not fully
racy have a vestige of right on their ing. U.P.C. Saccharin is sold on an ;SatL Oed after one week's trial. I will return
RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO fusion as to just what the functionof side. guarantee of 100?; satisfaction or;your money'' bottlo: of unused Saccharin pellets and you
will be refunded.
this "military tribunal" is; as to I pill refund my money.

just what, if any, policy has been The small but efficient staff which _OIb3.afeugar.eendcheckormoneyardertodayf For sweetening value equal to approximately I Name.......u.......,,,.,.....,.........',

'r" established by the "Office of the Justice Jackson has selected is .: Economy size bottlo containing 1000 (K- l Street or R.F.D................,..,........
worth looking over. grain) pellets, only $1.47 Including postage. ,
Chief Counsel for the Prosecution of (Residents ol :Missouri add 3o sales tax.) I City.......................State..,.....*
Axis Criminality," which is the titleon There is Maj. Gen. William Donovan Il

the letterhead before me. The colorful World, War I hero and'

permanent address of this office is, successful lawyer, now head of the

at this writing, a little uncertain, but OSS; Sydney Alderman, a distinguished -
Large BottleU eau aIaIIl'I2-) Small Size 60c
-fCmiOII: ISC OUT IS tllECTEO it can be reached care of the Penta-. trial lawyer 'and general so-

i" IT ui OOD cm STORE u IT ma.mill it iritiHcIEIl gon in Washington. Soon it will establish licitor of the Southern Railway;

DRUG CO.. lie. jmSOIIIlLC 4. FLOIII1 foreign headquarters. Francis Shea, assistant attorney

Despite the confusion, this institu- general and well versed in compli-

tion has a definite policy and I shall cated litigations; Naval Lts. James

interpret it informally hereunder: Donovan and Gordon Dean. Donovan -

""' (1) We shall avoid "the law's de is general counsel of the OSS.

Take 8;.<>. ,.-' L for lay" which so annoyed Hamlet. Dean, a former assistant attorney
general under Jackson when he was
My reason for this assumption is
the fact that Justice Jackson did head of the department of justice, is s
a brilliant and successful lawyer who ''dxf ri' ,td '9'r 4 any, rr.'
not retire from the Supreme court.
\\t CONSTIPATION The fall term of the court begins in is being transferred from active
duty by the navy for the job.
: October. Already he has made one wsmv
trip to Europe for the purpose of There are no hand-washing Pon-

rounding up key witnesses and doc- tius Pilates among them.

No matter how many medicinesyou uments and is now beginning final i BAKERS '
have tried for constipation, r HINTS FOR HOME I
preparation for the prosecution. His
we to try B-L with the
urge you staff has been assembled for several The rise in income
payments to Change
understanding that B-L
must Welcome
bring you excellent results or weeks and he has coordinated the individuals in the United States from rs ta1ed Muff in$ a

your money back. Caution: Use other government agencies interested i an annual figure of $66,168,000,000 in yMake

_ only as directed.WONDERFUL(: in war crimes (war department, I Ithe prewar year of 1938 to a record yellow a net_ e
navy department, Office of Strate- I high total of '$156,794,000,000 in 1944 I them with Fleischmann's It A y to
. gic Services, and others). Authorityfor I was extended during the first quarter only fresh yeast with more 4 p

RELIEF this action is vested in Execu- of 1945, according to the Alex- CORN MUFFINS 1 1I t
tive Order 9547 of May 2, 1945, which ( ander 'Hamilton Institute. Income RAISED melted butter R ;
,:k From Bladder Irritations! named Justice Jackson as Amer payments during the first three 1 cups cornmeal 4 or margarine Yeasts ;, ':, iFlelsclmann
,. ican prosecutor. I months amounted to $39,825,000,000 1r,4 cups milk.scalded i cake s i )
wate>v T
:: ; Famous doctor's discovery acts on the Jackson himself said when he was this year as against $37,726,000,000last 2 teaspoons salt cup lukewarm

'- kidneys to increase urine and relievo appointed: "There will be no delayon I year, an increase of 5.6 per cent. 3 tablespoons brow Ze ggS well silted beaten flour Y

1 I. painful bladder irritations caused the part of the United States, and I Income from every source showed 3 cups into the sca Cool MIX In halt, ,,
think undue delay is itself fail- Salaries and cornmeal very slowly @ lukewarm.
we a expansion. wages rose Stir the or
\ by excess acidity in the urine butter and add
1' ure. from$27,357,OOOOQO to $28,628,000,000, brown sugar and 's Yeast in lukewarm beat(well.Fill
'' :There is no need now to suffer unnecessary: increase of 4.6 cent Dissolve Fleisc ure.hman Add eggs and flour; in warm
an while rise
I distress and discomfort from backache,) (2)) There is no confusion as to per lukewarm corn hall ice, Cover and let
bladder Irritation, and run-down feeling l] United States policy with respect to dividends and interest rose from eased mufd until light. about 1 hour. Bake i mowellgr >, ,

the due to famous excess doctor's acidity in discovery your urine --take DR.i the type of offender to'be tried. Many $2,454,000,000 to $2,770,000,000, an increase place, free 'F9 ft,about 30 mi'gem nutes. Makes 20. i,

I KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT. For Swamp individual cases have already been of 12.9 per cent. Brats oven at
Root fast the 1 I
acts on kidneys to Increase
the flow of urine and relieve excess acidity.' prepared, though not yet announced.As Although spending by consumerswas -
', Originally discovered by a well-known,. I mentioned earlier, what the at a record high rate during 1 Ncv Revised Wartime Edition of Flelsctao's Famous Biclpi Book!
Swamp is i
physician a carefully United States is concerned with is the first quarter, it is evident from
blended combination of 16 herbs, roots, 'ee/ Clip and pasto on a penny
.{. vegetables balsams and other natural inIt's the big shots, that is Jackson's job- preliminary information that consumers' t.D"-. 'post card fot your free Name "t
? gredients. not harsh or habit-forming of Fleischmann's f
t (
in any way-just good ingredient that to try the men whose offenses are' income exceeded spending ,., newly revised "The Bread
j help you feel worlds better fast! broader than those committed in and by an amount sufficient not only to I Basket." Dozens of easy Address
Send for free prepaid sample TODAY! recipes for broads, rolls
Like thousand of others you'll be glad against members of any single meet taxes but to add to consumers' I desserts.Address Standard _
' WI that you did. Send name and address to community. To put it broadly, those wartime savings, thus increasing the i Brands Incorporated -
{ Department E, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box *:: ;' Grand Central Annex,Box \
?I 1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Sendat i charged with crimes against human- threat of inflation when peace re- rAI 477, New York 17, N. V. Zone NcI .-
once All druggists sell Swamp Root. ity as a whole. turns. ""
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The Clewiston News I some Information: and figures on how: II and hit. office holders from the Supreme -'South Florida Gets I rain In 24 hours but no serious
a deepened waterway would benefit Court ,on down. damage. The' storm entered the
the area and the' 'state, be sure to In a strong editorial on the sub- Heaviest Rain In Years 1 Atlantic near St. Augustine and picked

every Friday In Clewiston,1 file such testimony prior to the ject, the Stuart News says: up vOlocity as It swept, north; '\
'Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS,t hearing. "Let's enforce our rights with bal Ju- : = -lUJ along the coast.
'DC. I Certainly the need for a deeper lots. Florida's Solid South stands I TAMPA, 27 -(FNS) l .

I waterway was seen early in theI ready to accept the challenge thrown 1 conscience hurting, Old J. Pluvius i GIRL SCOUT COMMITTEE ,i
as flecond'clll.98 mall matter I present war when the movement of down by the short-sighted Senatorsof attempted to make amends for his MEETING
February 1927, at the Post Office In '
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Crewlston, Florida, under the Act of oil from the midwest to the Atlantic North Florida. We propose a I' long neglect last week end and ridIng ,
:March 3, 1897. Coast was such a hazard. But the caucus of South Florida counties. in on hurricane winds he opened The regular J
meeting of the Girl
I depth of the waterway stopped the Let us meet before the next primariesand I bombbay doors to drench South'Florida Scout sponsoring committee will be
efforts of proponents to prove to the with the heaviest rain in
CARR SETTLE Publisher choose a slate of Solid South years. I held in the Library Monday even-
government that It was feasible to men. Let us agree among ourselvesand While wind damage was neglible,. ing at eight o'clock.
Subscription Rate-$2.50: Per Year bring oil through by barge. then let's get behind that slate the storm played hob with roads and

A done until after the war. Our alike Buy your share bonds every
of officials to run the State. We to leave in its wake thousands
task is to see that it is done'then and have the votes. Has anyone accusedus of drowned out cars, disrupted light pay day so that can you can say that
Devoted to the advancement and welfare if hope not: there does come you did your part toward
I as we of lack of courage? Let's get and phone service and stranded licking
and County.
Hendry :
of Clewiston another war the waterway will be together In all earnestness and fightto citizens. I those slant-eyed Japs.
ready and there will not have to be a :
constitutional rights.
I protect our Tampa and Hillsborough county
discussion of digging another across
"We can and will elect a South counted road damage in the thou-
the state further north. Florida Governor, Secretary of sands of dollars with 47 bridges NOTICE

;mI1ORJAL i State, Treasurer, Attorney: General, washed out, roadways underminedand Notice is hereby given that. In accordance -
It is with considerable regret that Comptroller as well as lesser lights. low areas inundated. The Ala- with Chapter 22882 Laws of
,, we say goodbye "to Carawan Nelson We will the State house so fia river rose 12 feet in five hours, 1945, the Board of Supervisors of Ritta
I Drainage District has caused to be
i r who has been connected with clean our North Florida friends will flooding large areas as the local prepared a budget of the Debt Service
II I the Okeechobee project and the fail to recognize it; and if they sud- weather bureau recorded a total of ingand requirements and the cost of maintain-
operating all of the work and
STREET LIGHTS AGAIXIt I Clewiston engineer office for so long. denly have a rude awakening: they 11 % inches of rainfall in 48 hours.I improvements of the District and administering -
THOSE He will retire to his farm in south- will have only themselves to blame." A 100 ft. lumber schooner from Cuba the affairs of the District
for the period beginning November ,
be the same ones, it maybe ern Alabama but unless we miss our In the face of this threat, Sen- ran aground near Gadsden point. I 1945, and ending October 31, 1946, and"I 1
may is evi- guess he'll becoming back to see us ator Amos Lewis, spokesman for Sweeping In from the Gulf in the I that said budget is on file in the office -
but it
different .group of the Secretary of the District,
every once In a while to do a little neighborhood
of Dunnellon the
the North Florida turns the and the
that the sling-shot sharpshooters -, group same may be examined at the-
dent ; the' -. bass fishing in Okeechobee. At other cheek and piously announces storm swept across the state to office of the Secretary.The .
are again at work in community least we're Fon't Board of Supervisors of RItta
hoping that he"> getso thoroughly drench parched citrus
that North Florida would not be
as they were last summer Drainage District will meet in the office -
lot of street I interested in the things he's been inclined to retaliate and points out: groves to the delight of growers who of the District, Clewiston, Florida,
and the city is having a planning after retirement that he'll reported wind damage of on July 17, 1945, at 11:00 o'clock in the "
"We in North Florida vote for no conse-
light bulbs to replace as a result, | can- morning, E.W.T., for the purpose of
week. I forget, us. didates on the basis of their quali- quence, and viewed the benefit from hearing objections and complaintswith
nine In the past' j His successor here will be A. R. fications and fitness to fill the of- I the rain offset such wind damage BOARD respect OF to said budget.
of stopping
One method Broadfoot, who is certainly no fice they seek, and not on accountof many times over.SantoI'd RITTA DRAINAGE DISTRICT.R. .
might be to string up a line of I stranger in Clewiston and we wel- their domicile. We have voted I reported over 8 inches of June 29, Y. Patterson, President. ._
burned out bulbs in some central location July 6.
come him as the new engineer for South Floridians in the past and .
where all these boys could
knowing that the administration of will continue to do so if they are
try their marksmanship without de- the affairs of the office here will be qualified to hold offce."
stroying property but we doubdf left by Mr. Nelson in most capable
work. The better solutionis With each day that the extraor-
it would hands. IF YOU WISH THE
probably the same action that was dinary session continues the feeling

taken last summer-to threaten seems to grow more intense and unless -

complete darkening of the streets .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ..(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..) some kind of, a satisfactory
unless parents take steps themselvesto agreement is reached soon, the feeling FINEST FOODTry

see that their sons try their aim I between North and South Florida -

on something else besides costly and Too Late To Classify I will reach a stage where it will

hard-to-replace street light bulbs. be difficult to check. Because of

.....--- By RUSSELL KAY its voting power, South Florida, if A Complete Dinner At .
it 'were to stand solidly behind a

On. The HouseBy :..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:;;M N :..:N:..:..:N:..:NNNNNNI slate of' its own choosing could play
I merry hob with the present political

D. C. S. set up. Some mighty good men
After three weeks of delay and would be replaced and new faces THE CANEBRAKEFrom

The first of last week a man from bickering, the legislature appears no would appear on the ,Supreme.Court,
West Palm Beach dropped in the nearer the solution of its problem the
on Railroad Commission and
office and during the course of his than at the beginning of the extra- about
just everywhere else.
visit said, "You have a swell little ordinary session called by Governor $1.25 and Up
The Tampa Tribune points out
town here. I was pleasantly sur- Caldwell to provide for reapportionment. -
prised." It was his first visit and that if the thing went far enough
that lots of people and got bitter enough, a South
we can imagine With the Senate split wide openon
Florida Governor could eto (
of hours by v. every
living'within a couple sectional lines, North Florida .
car would be as "pleasantly sur- representatives determined to retain North Florida bill and North Flor- 9 TILL 11:30

prised" if they'd come to see us. the advantage they now hold and I ida would not have the voting power H

When the war is over they will come, South Florida members equally as even with its present advantage,
in numbers and ; to pass such legislation over his AIR CONDITIONED .
ever-increasing": : a I determined to secure a just and '
lot of them :are going to stay, for I equitable deal, for the southern end I veto.

Clewiston and will be the centerof of the State, the session remains
South Florida's agroindustrialempire hopelessly deadlocked. I THE OLD STORY OF LIFE-IN

the possibilities of which are REVERSEThe . . . . . . . . . .
Efforts to recess the session or :N:N:N:N:N.N.N.N.M.N.N.N.N.N..;.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.M.NON. .N.N, .N.N.N.N.N.N.N.J.N N.N.N.N.N.;.N.N.N.N.N!N.N.N.N.N.N.
ju'st now' beginning to unfold.A move it from Tallahassee to Jack-

sonville have met with no success following little story, now
contract was let recently to. and while some legislators feel thatif going the rounds, may be a little
the Paul Smith Construction Company he were a mind to, the Governor overdrawn but not much. Not so Increased Quantities Of t

for the new school building on might bring pressure to break the many years ago it would have been

the elementary school grounds to I deadlock, sp far Caldwell has kept regarded as too suggestive to print

house the cafeteria and a couple of hands off and pointed out that thisis but now it is tame. compared with a Genuine Chevrolet Parts

class-rooms but it is again"1o be a job for the legislators and it ;sup lot of things that are printed. And

pointed out that this is not a portionof to. them to accomplish it with- after all, the secret of life never wasa

the building program providedfor out his help. i secret. People just shushed it
Now Available
by the recent bond issue. Attorneys South Floridians, aroused over Because it was the fashion. But

are still busy with valida- what they view as a selfish "dog in here's the story, and don't say you've

tion proceedings, etc., and it the manger" attitude on the part of heard it before:

shouldn't be much longer until all North Florida, are reported by Editor Here's the story of the war wife i 1
is in readiness' for some contracts to Lambright of the Tampa Tribuneto who got worried about the subjectof 'I

be let. However, it isn't likely that be forming an organization of sex education for her youngest, Service Headquarters For All Makes t

the work provided for will give much voters pledged to retaliate by refusing a lad about seven years old.

relief before the beginning of the to vote for candidates for any It was going to be awfully em- 1

new school term in September. This State office who. are residents cf barrassing'to tell Bobby the things
building, soon to be started, should North Florida. her husband had told 11-year-old CARS And TRUCKS {

.provide a couple of much-needed I Rallying to the suggestion, groupsin Jim just before he sailed overseas. II
classrooms by the time the new term I a number of South Florida com- And then she had a bright idea J

opens.. I munities have signified their desireto and called Jim. "Look,, son," she
join and support such an organization -! said. "Remember what Dad told WASHING and GREASING AAA. REPRESENTATIVES j

Those in the area who can see the j and some go so far as to urge you about the facts of life before he

advantage in deepening the present State division. went overseas? About the birds and

cross-state waterway from Fort I Such action is hardly possible and bees?" CHRISTIAN CHEVROLET

Myers to Stuart, should make every would: be most difficult of accomp- "Yes," said Jim.
effort to attend,. the meeting to beheld lishment, but If South Florida
I "Well, I wish you'd take Bobby
here on July 3 by the U. S. En- J
through FLORIDA
a powerful voting bloc were aside and make sure that he gets the PHONE 87 CLEWISTON,
gineers to receive testimony as to to "stay put" in a united effort to right idea." :

the need for this waterway deepen- I oppose all North Florida candidates Jim _,went; out and hauled his kid .N......N..N....N..N..N.N.N.N.N.N.N.V". .'N.V.N.'1.."M. V. .W-V-V". . '.M.N.H.H.NON. .N.N.N.M.N.N.H.N.. ...N.N.'N."N.1 "
ing. If you cannot attend and have it would upset a lot of applecarts I brother away from .his playmates. ---

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"Lissen .. ;-....- ;,;::..I! "O" = : .,
',he said, "Mom wantsme
--- !:"" UF. .-,...., to explain something to you .

Do you know where babies come BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER

from?" 7:00 TO 0:30 A.'M. 12:00 TO 2:00 P. M. '6:30 TO 8:30 P. 31..CLEWISTON j

Surf Cottages "Sure' ," said Bobby, who had
learned fast in the street.

"You know how people get mar-
ried and how they have kids?" ] ]INN
"Sure stu'ff .
that's old said

..9" MILES. NORTH OF PALM BEACH "Well, it's the same:with bees and .I t
;.;" '.'-.;,. birdsseeThe! Arcadian. DINE .AT THE INN :
.',"' '. SeminoleContinued- FOR GOOD FOOD ,;

, '. ', '
':.":, .
/' ( from page 1) Steaks Fish Fresh Vegetables 'i

Spend,your vacation at your local beach, resort. Two tion was between 3,000 and 4,000
ti during the intermittent Indian wars
room efficitncy cottages Hotel Rooms
Dining Room '
which ranged from 1835 to 1858. ;!

-Cocktail Lounge. A More than 2,000 of them were sent S I
to western reservations at the end Meet Your Friends In Our !1
of the wars. :ij!

SUMMER EASON STARTS JUNE 1. x The Seminoles who remained in ii

Florida never have signed a peace COCKTAIL LOUNGE
treaty with the United 'States gov- .
For Reservations ernment, but there has been no uprising

Write 623 30th Street ," Call 8940 The among census' them figures for many show years.there Open 11:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M. 4:00 P. M.

i l are 232 Indians' in Collier county,
WEST PALM BEACH lt 187 in Glades, 132 in Hendry, 78 in To 12:00

t Dade, 27 in St. Lucie, 22 in Brow-

I I ard and nine in Palm Beach. .


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'XI I Beach. and all, are invited to attend as often J j '

as, possible. .
Mrs. B. E. Grove and daughter,
and Florence, have returned to their i Cabins for Rent-Furnished
home in Cross, Keys, Pa., after a RENT: My houseat

i .1 I visit family.with their uncle, S. P. Slonakerand Hooker's Point, four I apartments. Inquire

Clewiston Trailer
(.:..:..:(..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ..:..: :..:..:+:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..)..:..:..:..:..:.. Mrs. T. L. Tanner and Mrs. M. A. rooms and bath.. Also I Park. ..

r. G. B. Thomas is in West Palm; Eric Thomas left last weekendfor Thomas entertained the Juniors of 20 acres land.. Mrs. J. B. J29 2trI

Beach for a few days this week.J. 'I I St. Petersburg to begin his training the Baptist Training Union with a

with the U. ,S. Maritime Service. weiner roast/at the home of Mrs. Sigler, Rt. 5, Garden I I I

.5 .; D. Leftwich was a business nisi ---- Tanner Thursday night. FOR SALE Palace
Savannah Ga.
tor in Miami on Monday. Adolph Driggers is in West Palm City, I

Beach where he recently underwent'a MRS. HARE ENTERTAINSWITH 'J29 7c I house trailer and trailer
Hub Spooner, of Belle Glade, nasaI'operation at St. Mary's Hospital BRIDGE '
visited here on Monday. I porch Box 385, -

Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., was hostess 'RABBITS FOR SALE:1 I Goedhart. J22-29p
I C. H. Perry of Fort Myers was a Miss Sharon Crochet, accompaniedby to Mrs. R. C.. Nowling, Mrs. Curtis
business visitor here on 'Vednes'day.Boyd her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ,
Thompson, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs.C. --------------- ------ ---------------

Arthur Bong, are vacationing in H. Berner, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs.G. .
T. Vorhees of Pahokee was Onawa, Iowa.Representative. E. Etherton and Mrs. Joe ,Hall at

L a business visitor here Tuesday., a meeting of their bridge club.

Elbert' L. Stewartis A tea pot was won by Mrs.:, Nowl- :' ANNOUNCING \
Pfc. Robert E. 'Lee of Okeechobee spending a week here while on ing as high prize; a pyrex dish by
I' visited his sister, Miss Evelyn Lee leave from the present session of Mrs. Thompson as second prize, anda
here the weekend.Mrs. Florida State Legislature. THE BEGINNING OF CLASSESin
over .set of coasters/ by Mrs. Durrence,

as low prize. -
A. P. Wynn and sons, James Dr. and Mrs. J. W.. Ezelle and The hostess served sandwichesand

and Jack Wynn, visited friends in children have returned from a va- tea. ,Tap, Acrobatic and Ballet Dancing
Moore Haven Monday. cation spent in north Florida and

Mrs. J. D. Leftwich, Jr., left Wed-, BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY at home of
Elsie and Danny Martin are ,. ,
nesday evening to spend a few daysin -
Miami '* spending a few ,weeks vacation as Mrs. F., Deane Duff entertainedher .. ,: ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Konrad Keckin bridge club Wednesday at her Miss Uulianne Oglesby.

Miss Tomye ,Lee Ellis, of Citra, Palm Beach. home. High score prize was awarded 604 ;E. Pasadena Ave. r

visited her sister, Mrs. Elthea El- Mrs. Otto Larsen and second highto For further information call 153-J
more last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and Mrs. ,H. A. Bestor.
w children and Mrs. J. Vaughn left
Others playing were: Mrs. J. V.
Thursday to spend a :vacation at Fort
Miss Carolyn Bryant of Bowling Francis, Sr., Mrs. H. T. Vaughn,
Lauderdale Beach
Green has returned to Clewiston and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. R. C. Wil-
' will remain here indefinitely. son,- Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Mrs. J.
Gene Fuller is spending his vacation -
at Fort Bragg, N. C., with
Mrs. Adolph Driggers and Mrs. hostess served molded tuna
his uncle and aunt,
Capt. and Mrs.
Gorda Collins spent Wednesday in Frank E:> Veltre. fish salad, cheese crackers and coffee: or ;Female Temporary or Permanent

,West Palm Beach Excellent position for competent person
Mrs. B. E. Nall, Sr., returned Excellent living accommodations
Mrs. William Johnson and chil-
Friday from Brantley, Ala., where
dren of Pahokee Mothers' Club of the Com-
visited Miss Flor-
she was called several months ago Write fully; phone or wire collect for appointmentD.
Graham munity Church wishes to its
ence on Wednesday. express
by the illness of her mother.Mr. GRAHAM COPELAND, General Manager Collier Interests
thanks and appreciation for the interest -

1 C. V. Parkinson left the first of and Mrs. Foy Durrence and the following people showed Everglades; Florida
in Miss Mona I
Alford from
the week for North Carolina for
= a Bonnie Faye left Saturday for
i a the Children's Home at Enterprise,
brief vacation. couple or'weeks vacation in Miami
j Fla., during her visit here:
-- and other points in the state. Mr. and Mrs.. C. ,H. Berner :::.N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:11:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N N:N:N:N:N N:N:N N N N:N:N:N:N:M
Betty Jo Sloan of Fort Pierce is
and Family. Y.Y
.:/ visiting her cousin, Iris Ann Wright, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Thompson and Mrs. Ruth B. Owens. *
this week. children returned Sunday'from :: .
1 aweek's : ?
Mr. G. H. Brown.AGNES .
vacation spent with rela- -:- 'J :
Mrs. Josephine Cason spent the tives in Bradenton. CIRCLE Y RADIO .
week-end with friends in West Palm -;' Y hY s
Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yoder and .. r#

Mrs. Daisy Yoder of West Palm Agnes Graham Circle of the

'I Independence Mrs. J. Paul, Missouri Bartz ,was this called week by to II Mr.Beach and visited Mrs. Richard last Thursday Yoder. with Baptist' Woman's Missionary Society I il ily

the death of--her, mother. I met'Mrs.Tuesday Gordon'Bembry.afternoon at. the Mrs.homeof W. & Electric Service;{!

I Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Brink and A. :Montgomery, co-chairman, open- .
children of Miami, who have been ed the meeting by giving the devotional x
f the guests of Mrs. Brink's sister, the' theme being taken from .

Mrs. Marty Bennett, and Mr. Ben- Second Peter 3:18.: :* Home'and '!Auto Radio Parts and Tubes *_
nett, have returned to Miami. An interesting program was givenin y y

t 1 the topic, "The 'Hope of Our :;:: For All Makes :;::
Ensign W. C. Owen, Jr., who spent Christian Heritage" by Mrs. H. E. Y' Yi
I the past week with his parents, Mr. Walker and Mrs. Berry Ingram. 1

MATINEE 3 P. 3l., NITE 7-9 P.M. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Sr., returnedto following the program MrsW.. J. :i= :,);':, ;,:

Portsmouth, Virginia,' the first I Robinson presided over the business -x f' :!:
Week Beginning July 1 of the week.C. meeting. An 'offering was taken togo :::
\ towards buying books for the :*_: ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ::
Sun. :;; .!Ol., July 1 &. 2 church library and it, was decided y
Lovvorn returr.ee! last week I : ?
p that the circle, -as sponsors of the 1
I from points,a in the vacation state visit and has to accepteda several I' R. A.'s would give a social duringthe :;: Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures Wiring ;:_:;

month of since A.
August the R.
position in the Fist: Bank cf
'. camp is to be held in July.

it t t 1t'i'tt I Miss Mona Alford of the Children's by The Mrs.meeting E. M. closed Cornette.with a Refreshments prayer- ALL WORK GUARANTEED j jx' :|_

were served to Mrs. W. J.
,' ; .... Homo at Enterprise, Fla., who has .
with MciJowail\ Robinson, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. E. .
Roddy been
R ,, visiting members of the Moth-
Latest News I' ers' Club, returned to her home M. Cornette, Mrs. W. A. Montgomery ?' GEO._WEAVER and T. J. CASON |
Mrs. H. E. Walker, Mrs. B. In- i :
Wednesday .
I ..
C. Nelson :: ,
Tues. & Wed., July 3 & 4i' I gram, Mrs. Mrs. G. Bem- p
Capt. Cobur11oore of Muroc bry, Sheron and Nadine and Linda :: Telephone 163 :.;.;
{. I Cal., spent a couple of days the Walker. :
P I latter part of last week with his yh

mother'Mrs.; J. W. Moore. He flew MET ANNIE WITH ARMSTRONG MRS. DUNAWAYThe CIRCLE .::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":'.:!':":":":"':":":":":" :":":" :":":":":":":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
; a 'B-25 from California to Orlando .

I and came on to Clewis tOll by train. Annie Armstrong Circle 'met ...:..:..:..:....:..:..:?....:NN,11M:..:..:..: .:..:..:..:..:N:..:.:..:..:..:..;..:..:N:..:..: :..:..:..:.':":N:" :":":":4'j

A Tuesday afternoon at the home of

N ., _Cartoon_ from panied Clewiston.Gaines the by nicks Mrs.Army Blr., ,Ricks recently Ricks has, the was returned discharged accom-former to Mrs.meeting.Mrs.monthly Fred. business Dunaway for and the program regular i j JOHN Ag,11N,1 MALOY: Jr. If

Thurs. & Fri., July 5 & 6 Miss Elizabeth Medford of, Green- Arch Hodges, circle chair-

ville, N., C.Richard man, had charge of the program. ? ?
Mrs. Fred Topper gave the devotional :;:

Pape, who recently completed choosing as her theme, "Grow- :: Federal Tax, Consultants f
ing In Knowledge and Grace" and y
his boot
training with the y
A led in prayer. Mrs. Dunaway read
Navy, at Bainbridge
Maryland, has
? y/r ParamountPicture "Why I Saw Home Missions" and :i= r
returned to Bainbridge after spend- s TAXESWITHHOLDING SOCIAL g
Mrs. Hodges read "Our Second Cen-
/ with MARJORIE CARL ing a leave here with his parents, tury in China Begins Now." Mrs. :: TAXES MISCELLANEOUS TAXES *
and Mrs.
4 REYNOLDS Melvin Pape.
Latest News W. R. Broadrick closed with prayer. :. s

Mr. and Mrs. C. 1\[. Giddens and Delicious refreshments were serv- LABELLE |::
Saturday, July 7th their house guests, Mr. 'and Mrs. ed by the hostess to Mrs. R. L. \l
I Marshall, Mrs. W. A. Crews, Mrs. \ .
N M-G-M PICTUK; -- Charles R. Young, spent, Wednesday, .t.s .
Thursday and Elliott, Mrs. Broadrick, Mrs. Hodgesand ) : 9 and 10 Courthouse '
Friday of last week Mrs. Topper. :i: July *
| camping at Okee-Simmee River and .?.
spent the week-end in Miami. -- I f 3MI
Revival Meeting Is ::: CLEWISTON I::

Mr. and Mrs. Bert t
D. Keck are
leaving today for their home in Delayed For WeekThe :;:
--- Stuart after being here with Mr. and :: July 1 to July 8 Hopkins Building- |

"MASK )It\nVEL" Xo.---7UnXITE 'II Mrs. W. N. Martin for a couple of Assembly of God Church revival '

weeks during which time Mr. Keck meeting, originally scheduledto *? MOORE HAVEN |
) SHOW-11:30 P. M .has, been confined to his bed by'illness. start on July 1, has been post-

poned until July 8, according to II. y

SUPER-SHOCK SENSATION! R. Bagwell, pastor of the church.It :.:.: July 11 ,12 '13 and 14-Judge Couse's' Office:|;:
Corp. Jack Long, ,
who is stationed
will run for two weeks, through :
: '
I d. .. \ .
at Columbia, S. Car., arrivedThursda'y July 22.Frank. .:. .:.
: for a visit with 'h
his par- and Gladys Luminer are
ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. 'Carl Long. the .revivalists and both are talented ...;.. Formerly' Internal Revenue Office Specializing- 011 Estate andi::::

Mr. and Mrs. Long, jo, Ann and musicians, specializing in saxo- :!?: Ten Years Florida Territory Inheritance: Taxes :X.z:
T ,,. VAA EDWARD A. GOLDEN Edith met his train in West Palm phone work but playing several different ::
Production nlli&EORGE Beach. instruments. Mr. Lummer :: ALSO ASSISTANCE ON (NEW YORK STATE ;


Misses Florence'Grove and Ann Rev. Bagwell states that any who i y

.Slonaker and Mrs. M. A. Thomas miss these services will be missing |i..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

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certain famous illustrator refused I like to spend my .. i ANDTHER information on various subjects

to concern himself with dty outdoorsmatter Lesson i

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By HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST. D. D. The Questions 7. What state has the smallest
cern. Among them his tailor. thinU Lbovtthoughts Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.)I
Released by Western Newspaper Union. population?
Said the tailor upon meeting up just grow 1. Can you complete the, line: 8. What is the lowest body of water .

with the delinquent fellow: "For "_s free s Flowers "Be good, sweet maid"? in the world?
than two I have wait
more years Lesson for July 1
2. Do trade'winds always blow
ed. I fail to understand why you And little verses in the same direction? The Answers
pay no attention to this bill. Wosjom out. Lesson subjects .and Scripture texts selected '
"How can you say anything so f.t MtA. "felM Council and Of Religious copyrighted Education by International; used by 3. What woman of Greek my- 1. "And let who will be clever."
thology had bronze claws
inconsiderate?" cried'the artist, a permission. 2. Yes, always from an easterly
painted expression on his face. "I composed of serpents? direction toward the equator.
have shown your bill every atten- GOD'S JOY IN CREATION 4. Haile Selassie claims descent 3. Medusa.

tion. Why last, week ,I took it to from what' biblical characters? 4. Solomon and Queen of Sheba
luncheon at the Astor, tea at the LESSON TEXT Genesis 1:1-3.: 10-12 IS-, 5. What is the singular form of 5. Apex. '
18. 26, 27. 31.
Colony and dinner at'the Waldorf. GOLDEN TEXT-God saw everything that the word apices? 6. Newspapers.

And this week-end I,was planningto he had made, and behold. it was very 6. For what is London's Fleet 7. Nevada (91,000).

take it to the seashore!" WNU,Features. good.-Genesis 1:31. street famous? 8. The Dead sea.

n The destiny of this world seemsto

be in the balances 'in our day.; SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLECRAFT
Upset Stomach CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT with wicked men ruthlessly trying! I

.,. Relieved In 5 minutes or doubla money back to destroy that which is good and, Practical Pinafore for Little Girl
When ex_.tomacl1 acid eiiiieipainfal.iiiffoeAt mraally* upright. We are deeply concerned'
atom.chaadheartburn doctors
toggt prescribe* soar the f .t st- ctfrnr medicine. known for In our hearts that the right should:
ptpmedoreUef-medkdneSHkethoeelf Ball-am Due to an unusually large demand and\
Tabht U *.doobis s Uve. Bell-sn* brings comfort In e triumph and that a just and righteous current war conditions slightly more time
to jiffr GI.or 2Se ot til your draretsts.money bock on return of bottle Persons now engaged la essential peace should come. f ; Is required In filling orders for a few of
industry will not apply without sttte- In such a day it,is good to remind the most popular pattern numbers.
meet ot availability from their local ourselves, as we will in our three- Send your order to:
NO ASPIRIN FASTER United States Employment Service. month series of studies in Genesis,

or better. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin. that man did not make this world, Sewing circle Needlecraft Dept.
world's largoat seller at lOo. 100 tablets, WANTEDWOMENPART 564< W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, M
IHELP nor it the product of natural
36c.You get nearly 3 tablets for only oa9
cent.Always ask for St. Joseph Aspirin. forces. God made it. Enclose 16 cents for PatternNo.

TIME INTERVIEWERSTo I. God Made Heaven and Earth ._! ,I

(vv. 1-5, 10-12, 16-18). Name
call on local housewives to get infor- !
mation on products used in the home,no The biblical account of creation"In Address ;
SNApPY FACTS'altJt selling. Experienced interviewers pre- the beginning God" standsas 844ll' : ,..
ferred,but will consider school teachers a dignified, satisfactory, intelligent ,
$ and librarians. State ago and experience.
Reply Dept. EAD, PO Box 464,Grand explanation of the origin of -
.. Central Station,New York City. things, and in bold contrast to the V f.S14
RUBBER 'l confusing and almost unbeliev- pf 1 M A K E .!gaYd; >{lj

MISCELLANEOUSCivil able theories of men. U

The best of scientists admit that ICE
and Criminal Investigation. CREAMAt
Investigation on all Insurance claims and they know nothing of the origin of
other legal claims of Estates, etc. Also things, and some say that they never
home-Any flavor Delicious Smooth
Before the, end of 1945, syn- 807 collection Rlegler of Bldg.all types.,- Write Little office.Rock, Ark. will know. The answer to this query,' i I -No ice crystals-No- cooking-No- re-

thetic rubber production will with which every human philosophy: whipping-No scorched flavor-Easy-
METAL CIGARETTE ROLLER t> L Inexpensive-20 recipes in each 154 pkg.
probably be at the rate of a Makcs perfect cigarettes-use any tobacco.25c opens, is the affirmation with which1 t<:<;'a. Please send this ad for free full-size sam-
Postpaid. ple offer or buy from your grocer.LOIThOII13ERRy.
million tons a year. This record CIGARETTE MAKER,Box 64,Linden,N.J. the divine account in Genesis opens
_"In the beginning God." f
has been accomplished In SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC. Space forbids full discussion of

three years sinco the fall of STRAWBERRY PLANTS. Blakemore and the account of creation, but a study t S Brand Homemade Ice Cream
Missionary 100 for $2; 500 for $5. $8 per of it will rh/
reveal its beautiful order !
Singapore.Since 1000. John Lightfoot, Birchwood, Tenn. 1 1 fn STABILIZERtONDONDERRr
symmetry, and completeness. : .
Compare that orderly account with:
Pearl Harbor,passenger cars the absurdities of the ancient human:

have carried 75 per cent of the Buy War A5ona6 cosmogonies, and you have a new, Pinafore for Tot.

country's local essential I transportation regard for Scripture.II. CHE'D rather wear cute embroidered MALARIACHECkED

load and have been the means God Made Man in His Own pinafores than her frilliest
of carrying four out of five war J< Jl Image (vv. 26, 27). party dress! Her friends will envy
.end eef, em Although has often debased her the baby ducks' or bears.
workers to and from their jobs.ftit4. man so IN 7 DAYS WITH
himself by sin and dis-i LIQUIDforMALARIAL

i I obedience to God that it seems almost | Two pinafore motifs In one pattern. Pat
tern 844 has transfer of 12 motifs from SYMPTOMS
unbelievable it is neverthe-
*,*' by 1',. to 6 by 9J4 ,inches; directions;
PERfETGROOMINGMflLAIONft less' true that he was made in the! stitches., a9 Me eofyes donated ,

likeness and image, of God. Because)

that is true, we never give, up hope,
for him. Because of that image, no:

matter how deeply defaced by sin, J Y
man still may be touched by re'

deeming grace and restored to fellowship ; ? MUSCULAR ACHES

with God.

I GRANDPA NOW The likeness and image of God in: S Sfiff Joints Tired Muscles'Sprains Strains Bruises ],

man refers to a moral,, and spiritual I I
l I likeness. Man is a living soul with

intelligence, feeling and will. He is!

-thanks to thisivGiYFvERGY a moral being, knowing the differ-;

ence between right and wrong. He1
ee I IIl ; TONIC is a self-conscious, personal being.:; ,I

i Older people! If you haven't the To man God gave dominion': -- 'j

stamina you should-because your over the earth and all its potential(! ,:i

A&D summer Vitamins diet lacks and energy-build-the natural powers. Sometimes one has been;

t find ing good-tasting natural oils Scott's you need Emulsion-you'll hopeful that man was making good, Bug mo.e U J. 'Wa,. BoniJ 11
in the off
tBlllJfJJ Q/L, tBfJfl.dL \ helps tone up the system build progress development
stamina,energy and resistance.See the earth's resources for his own' d

I a Scott's wonderful at your difference-buy druggist's today! is good sad and to the see glory how he of has God.used But this'one,'! 2):'o not 2)idpode 0/ Unem c Ii I I.t

It great God-given opportunity for destruction -!

and death. Only a revival; '
I of real Christianity can bring him!! '.t 11 j :,

1 Q back to his senses. Let us pray and _

work for it.Observe 11 _. .T a I

that the family was'estab-, I
lished as the center of man's life'' jlThis
package contains a combination of minerals produced ] !
Do you suffer .: on earth, as God gave him a "help and compounded by Nature alone, with no artificial Ingredients I i
meet unto him." : nor man-made drugs. When you mix it with your I
from MONTHLY :: drinking water, according to directions and drink Crazy i
; The decay of family life and the, Water day after day, you join millions who have attacked, i\ !
modern substitution of social and' the cause of their troubles. Gently but surely Crazy Waterstimulates
N RTSIO! three mala cleansing channels-kidney, akin I
s civic units as the basis of life have, and intestinal elimination. Crazy Water brings positive '. i
led to disastrous results of benefits in faulty elimination, the cause and aggravating: ,
one I
with its weak, tired feelings? 11 I .
factor of rheumatic pains,,digestive orders constipation, I
If functional periodic disturbances [which is juvenile delinquency. No \ :i.-1 excess acidity, etc. Get a package of Crazy Water Crystals
make you feel nervous, tired, restlessat 'only do we need a revival of re-, at your drug store today.

WED. THURS.-FRI. SAT. Lydla such times-try E. Plnkham's this Vegetable great medicine Com- ;ligion, we also need a revival of the.! l
7:15 a. m.(CWT);8:15 a.m.(EWT) t pound to relieve such symptoms.'raken home life of the nation. i
SUNDAY regularly-it helps build !
resistance 1
8:15 a.m.(CWT):8:151.m.(EWT) *>|D against such distress. Also a grand III. God Made All Things Well

Your Favorite CBS Station Stomachic tonlc.Followlabel directions. ,(v. 31)).

.: '_. .. VECETABlE hand
r Pu/- .Oi6i When men do recognize the
of God in creation, they often seem''to

feel that what He made was rather -.
WNU-7 24-45 limited and defective. It would

almost seem that God should be

clever about perfecting His work,'

.developing it and making it useful.
s 1 '
rS r', ",
1 J ; As a matter of fact, God, who''had

0And all knowledge and whpse stand- ,..,
Your Strength and ;,ards are higher than man's stand-
ards could possibly be, looked over
A favorite household antiseptic dressing Energy Is Below Par won't make A 'f
'His creation and "behold, it was S tt fr' Hungry
and liniment for 98 years-Hanford's It; may be caused by disorder of ttdney -' I i meal out of clothes-if you
every 31)). It "fin ja your
BALSAM OF MYRRHI It contains ;,, function that permits poisonous good" (v. was a with Flit!
soothing gums to relieve the soreness and : waste to accumulate. For truly many ished" job (2:1). spray your closets
ache of over-used and strained muscles. :,people feel tired, weak and miserable] & ;c Flit kills moths, eggs, and larvae I
Man has destroyed much of '
!\when the kidneys fail to remove excess)/ ere* If', stainless when I
Takes the sting and itch out of burns, ti( acids and other waste matter from the F iation's Sin in and 11 f! -on the spot-is i
beauty. came
scalds,insect bites, oak and ivy poisoning blood. f used as directed and pleasant- .
wind and eon burn chafing and You may suffer nagging backache;*' j marred it. What man's inventive 7j, smelling, too! Buy an
chapped skin. Its antiseptic action lessens rheumatic pains headaches dizziness; 'cleverness has developed of the %
nights, leg ,.swelling. I posiIsibilities ample supply today.
the danger of infection whenever the getting up pains rr :
elfin is cut or broken. Sometimes frequent and scanty unna--:; of this world is only a
Keep a bottle handy for the minor Lion with sign smarting that something and burning Is Is with another -' .minute fraction of what is yet avail. '

casualties of kitchen and nursery. At the kidneys or bladder. wrong .J; :able. Instead of boasting, man might ? LTt': .
your druggist-trial size bottle 351\ should
There bo no doubt that prompt l1
household size CSSt: economy size $1.25. treatment is wiser than neglect. USe'I (well be distressed at the pathetic ; ,
a C. HANFORD MFG.CO. Syracuse, N.Y. Doan' Pills. It Is better to rely on al, :slowness with which he has
Solo medicine that baa won countrywide -' KIllS FLIES, MOTHS .
makers ot : after 1 '
"thought God's thoughts Him. '
proval than on something less favorabyrknown. ;, AND MOSQUITOES ,
Doaii's have been tried and tested i Instead of fighting and destroying -
Get many Doan years.today.Are at all drug stores. he ought to give his energies to arporntcd
I / r Bnnee I .r,
!building, developing, and above all, ,
to loving God with all his hear! t ti.

_n o t 'tt E I + t and his neighbor as himself (Matt. i. 1 .





: I ASSEMBLY OF GOD REVIVALISTS certain exempt corporations with fective June: 18, 1945, apply to
REPORT GIVEN BY I I If accounting period ended February men's and women's rubber boots,

'"., > .., ., 28, 1945. overshoes or arctic rubbers, flying
. f;?! ':;i:.}, ; 11 July 31-Old Age Benefit Tax: boots jungle boots, tennis and gym

i MISS MOORE ON >. ., "," Return for second quarter. of 1945 shoes. A retail ceiling price of forty
', :.1 due and tax payable.Unemployment cents: a pair for men's black rubber:
:;iiEI Tax: Onefourthof half soles, also rejected by the Army,
SCHOOL LUNCHESAccording 1944 tax payable if employer elected -. will become effective June 26, 1945.

,, to pay in quarterly installments. This ceiling applies to sales by chain,
1 i M Withholding Tax: Return of tax hardware and other retail stores of
to a report submittedby withheld from wages during second soles a quarter of an inch thick and
Miss Jean Moore, supervisor for quarter of 1945 due and tax payable. I in military sizes seven to 13.
Hendry County schools, a total of Excise Taxes: Returns for June,
33,293 lunches, were served in La- 1945 due and tax payable.
Belle and Felda schools last term Information Returns: Returns of Statistics On North '

while 29,310 glasses of milk was tax withheld from interest on cor-: And South Florida
served to Clewiston school children porate bonds during second quarter I
who received milk only. of 1945 due (tax payable June 15, :
' The lly-sIiows that LaBelle 1946.). ORLANDO, June 27-(FNS) '-

handed out 29,090 lunches of which Capital Stock Tax: Return due Statistics compiled by the Florida
4,671 were served' at no charge, and tax payable by corporation engaged Taxpayers Association, show:'
25,419 at 15 cents. Milk was served in business at any time during North' Florida paid, $3,974,814.
with meals here. The federalgovernment's year ended June 30, 1944.
i South Florida paid $26,628,914.
reimbursement on each
meal ,was 9 cents. Receipts for paid North Florida with only onethirdof
meals at LaBelle totaled $3,438.36, the State's population received
federal reimbursement was 2725.65 more than one-half as much revenue

made the total receipts read $6- Clewiston charged 1 cent for milk Waste paper collected on the from the State as South Florida.
' 164.01. Expenditures for food
l includes and served 2,140 free. Receipts home front in the United States MEATS and FATS Thirteen counties, all 'but one
amounted to $3,887.64. -
totaled $271.70 and disbursements makes the paperboard cartridge that Red StampsE2
(Duval) in South Florida
meals served at the colored pay
'1 amounted to $30.21. contains the priming charge for, the ,,F2, H2, J2 now valid, expire
school 'where Selma Daniels is the to the State than they get back. The
LaBelle served A plus meal, whichis mortar shell. June 30.
[ faculty. Expenditures were $2- a complete 'meal providing 1-3 to The shell is fired by dropping it K2, L2, M2, P2, N2 now valid, ex other 54 receive more State revenue
419.99 for labor, etc., and $3,887.64for than
1-2 of the day's nutritive require- into the muzzle of the mortar bar- pire July 31. they collect.
food, total 630763. ments. It consists of 1-2 pint of rel so it falls upon its firing pin. I. Q2, R2, S2, T2, U2 now valid, ex While 'Dade, 'Hillsborough and Du
Felda served a total of 4,203 whole milk, 2 ounces protein, meat, The pin explodes the priming charge pire Sept. 30.PROCESSED. val Counties contain one-third of
meals, 10 cents, of which 271 were eggs, cheese or 1-2 cup dried beans which in turn ignites the propelling the State's total population, these
served free. Receipts amounted to 2-3 cup vegetables and | or fruit, charge consisting of a series of flat FOODS three counties have 3 senators out
$567.30 for paid meals, $297.22 fed- 2 slices enriched bread and 2 tea- gunpowder rings strung doughnut Blue StampsN2 of 38, 9 representatives out of 95.
eral reimbursement, total receipts 'spoons of butter or enriched oleo. I fashion over the waste paper cart- P2, Q2, R2, S2 now valid, expire These figures give additional evi-
$864.52. Expenditures were $337.- Children in the four schools of ridge. The barrel of the mortar is June 30. dence of the disproportionate rep-
94 for labor, etc., $498. 43 for. food, western Hendry County including.I rifled with rotating groves that spin T2, U2, V2, W2, X2 now valid, resentation in State lawmaking which
total $836.37. one colored, ate a total of $5,982.23 the shell to keep it straight on its expire July 31. South Florida members are trying
-" worth of food through the child I course as it is lobbed into enemy Y2, Z2, Al, Bl, Cl now valid, ex to correct and North ,Florida members -
feeding program. Of this amount I territory. pire August 31. are refusing to change.
the federal government reimbursed I Battle honors of the goon gun Dl, El, Fl. Gl, HI now valid, ex
389433. stretch from the Sicilian campaignto pire Sept. 30.
i The war is not over so keep on
Mrs. John Cole, who was man- Okinawa and it will continue to SHOES buying War Bonds.
ager of the local lunchroom the play an important part of the war Airplane stamps Nos. 1, 2, 3, in
Clewiston past three terms but now has resigned in the Pacific theater. The Navy Book Three continue valid indefini- I
had four paid workers and I' adopted the mortar for use on land- tely.
four student helpers. Felda had as ing craft. On Saipan, Tinian, Guam
cook and manager Mrs. Charles Lan and other Pacific '''islands, the Japs FUEL OIL
caster for half the term. Mrs. Mat- had a habit of entrenching them- Periods 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 valid for 10
: Golf Course tie Thomas. principal together with i selves behind protective' slopes. gallons each.
student help produced good and From that vantage their own mor-
J nourishing meals for the remaider tars and machine guns poured devastating SUGAR
of the year. fire down upon American Stamp No. 36 good through Au-

Mrs. E. O. Collins will be manager i i landing forces. Our own men soughtout gust 31. I.- >u t- ,
of the local lunchroom next term. | these strongholds with artillery. --_ I I II IJ.
She will take a short course for but soon they realized the need for SUMMER r PROSPECTS FOR I
H I lunchroom managers beginning July I additional weapons with a curved FOOTWEARConsumers

.f 0 2 at the Florida State College for i trajectory'capable of. lobbing'shells will be given an op I
Women, Tallahassee. I over the ridges to blast Jap positions. portunity to buy men's and women's I
FAIRWAYS Navy ordnance men in Hawaii, "odd lot" shoes, ration-free and atmarkdown
.I r a
knowing the great firepower of the prices when a. small
EXCELLENT Waste Paper goon gun hit upon, the idea 'of mount-, percentage of 'shoes in these cate-
?J Fires 25 ing it on landing craft to support, the gories is released to the public dur-
" .. Cartridge waves of fighting men as they hit ing the three-week: : period July 9
Pound Mortar Shell the beaches. In July, 1944, three through July 28, OPA announced.
I groups of LCI mortar ships were "Odd lot" shoes must be sold to con- 'r"lJ "' !! t
equipped and made ready for bat- sumers at prices at least 25 per cent r'ISAS_ / J
A little cartridge made of waste tle as an experiment. They were below the prices at which they were
paper is part of one of our major I manned by the Navy but the mortar being offered for sale on June 1,
WEATHER weapons in the war against the Japs. crews were Army men commandedby 1945, OPA said. Women's shoes --'your
Resembling a shotgun shell, this Chemical Warfare Service of- with heel heights of one inch or less
GOOD .humble cartridge contains the griming ficers. Tests at Palau and Leyte may not be included in the release WO k I e..helping
charge of the 25-pound, Shell of proved the value of these ships. Atone as these shoes are usually the type '
the deadly 4.2 inch mortar. landing beach, after heavy mor- worn by growing girls' and do not leeal I,, responsible families
Known to the' G. I. as the "goon tar fire, troops failed to find a live accumulate on dealers' shelves as I
', I! gun," this mortar is used by the Jlp within five hundred yards of odd lots Dealers are requested to swa ttefrown hotnts. Ask '

Chemical Warfare Service battalionsto the shore. In one amphibious oper- limit sales of "odd lot" shoes to no f far complete information
I I lay. down explosive barrages and ation four of the LCI's threw 2,520 more than a pair to each customer. '
MEET YOUR smoke screens. It,looks tike a stove shells onto the beach within twentyone The first complete inventory of the >1
pipe propped up by a jack, and it minutes.The nation's stocks of both rationed and
is used on land and on the new LCI I mortar is used extensively in non-rationed shoes will be taken by
FRIENDS mortar ships. The goon gun can jungle fighting and vast quantitiesof shoe dealers on July 31, 1945, OPA
toss a shell 4,300 yards with pin- shells are required. To maintainthe also announced. This is 'to determ-
THERE I I point accuracy, and the ,shell bursts firepower of land and sea forces ine how many pairs of shoes can be Clewiston Federal t tI
with a tremendous concussion, scat- with this Important weapon' a steady alloted to consumers ,and whether
tering steel fragments over an area flow of waste paper is needed on the any shoes can. be released from Savings and LoanAssociation
T forty yards in diameter. home front to supply the necessary rationing. I
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cartridges for these shells-only one Ceiling prices have been given for
t *r. *. .M. .% .%r% .*: X.XMX X X X X XMX*XSouth : of the seven hundred thousand uses, all sales in civilian channels' of eigh- I
in this war of paper and paperboard teen rubber footwear Items rejectedby
products. I the armed forces as not up to re-
Clewiston quired standards. The ceilings ef-

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+* CalendarJOHN y_ -

:: For Quality Repairs :f

*: PARTS ACCESSORIES :: Contributing Editor I MirrApiano.s
.l .. July 11th-Withholding Tax: Tax *

: BODY REPAIRS and PAINTING ::_i::I withheld from wages during June, *
I 11945, if more than $100.00, payable ..
i : .. to authorized Em-
I an depositary.
MOTOR SERVICEFlamingo :;: ployer, however, at his 'election may ::: That public acceptance of these fine instruments is ::

.V:---:0:: :":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...::.I pay the same to Collector on or be- ::: an indisputable fact is proven by analyzing eighteen ((18) :;:
fore July 31. :: of our most recent sales which discloses eleven ((11) were :i:
July 16th-Corporate Income and '
I I Excess Profits Tax: Return due and :;: ,MirrApianos. They have ushered in a new era in piano :;:

one-fourth of tax payable for fiscal ::!: ,designing. The eye sees a small, graceful looking instrument :_

year ended April 30, 1945. One- :3 i: but the ear hears the resonant musical tone that is :;:
Brand fourth of tax payable for fiscal years
ended July 31, October 31, 1944, possible only with adequate string lengths and generous *: '

and January 31, 1945. ::;: sounding board area. These fine pre-war pianos contain :=::

DAIRY FEED Personal Income Tax:. Return due :;: the best of materials and workmanship, plus the re-styling' :;:
c and tax payable for fiscal :year ended
April 30, 1945.NonResidents. :;: into modern looking cases fitting them to grace the most ::: t '

I : Income tax returns :f: exquisite home. They are fully guaranteed and have reasonably =_ }

\ Roughage and Concentrated Feeds I of aliens, foreign partnershipsand ::: priced terms. :::
'. corporations due and onefourthof .:: ::
tax payable for fiscal year ended .!.
in Florida for Florida Users
I January 31, 1945. One-fourth of We also have a nice selection of medium sized up- ,:3::
tax payable for fiscal years ended
'.f k'I.f You Can't Buy A Better Feed April 30, July 31 and October 31, :: rights, that are in excellent condition priced to meet the =;:

1944. :3;: needs of the conservative budget. Terms i if, desired. :
'J Partnerships: Returns due for
FOR SALE IN' THIS AREA AT DEHYDRATING PLANT IN fiscal year ended April 30, 1945. + f_
1 MOORE HAVEN Fiduciaries: Returns due and i Brubaker Music Co. i
one-fourth of tax payable: for fiscal
a# year ended April 30, 1945. One- i Y
I ; WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) fourth of tax payable for fiscal _=;:. 204-06-08 Datura Street =;:
t years ended July 31, and October y.
,i MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA 31, 1944, and January 31, 1945. :!: Phone 3175 West Palm Beach, Florida :$;:
Exempt Corporations: Informa- y

{ I tion return on Form 990 due from ':..:":..:":..:":":":..:":":":..:":":'.>0.f..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
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not given) and was strolling about '' was in Florida, he 'chose him as his !I! did not receive his call until June ': and Jimmy Johnson.

..:...........:..;-:-;..:..:..:..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..:..:..;..;..:" viewing the sights when someone '' pilot and while the major transactedI 8 and was sworn in on June 11. He i -.r
slapped him on the back and said, I I his business in Orlando, Capt. :Moore will have at least six weeks train- Stewart-
"Hello, Clewiston." He turned ''' came home to visit for a couple of ing .at St. Pete before leaving for | -
With around' and saw that it was Pvt. i i days with his mother and sisters. sea duty. I
.. .
Marty Waldron who left California'sgolden ; (Continued from! rage 1)

shores only a few weeks ago I.. Lt. Dan Beardsley, who is now Rev. Hancock Takes I bother the average taxpayer very lit,
with an infantry unit. Dick told I I stationed at Greenville, Si:' Car., is tIe and would permit the state to i t.

Our Boysin about the incident in a letter to his,. expected home this week-end for a Group To Lake Alfred i build up a reserve which might come
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen'. leave with his parents, Mrv and Mrs. in mighty handy for post-war pro-
and, needless to say, the reunion of,.J. E. Beardsley. -- jects to take up the employmentslack. I
theSerYICe .. A group of young people of the .
these. two Clewiston boys on a Pacific -
isle was an occasion long Corp. Jack Long, an engineer In Clewiston Community Church left i l
be remembered. t9j''[ a B-25 crew, stationed at Columbia, today for Lake Alfred where they ,
.. .. j S. Car., is here to spend a brief fur- will attend the Presbyterian Junior I l1a.Wll.1IaBiI...... '
r lough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.F. High Camp of the Synod of Florida The WINDSOR ua I
Pfc. (or we should say Carl Long.: for a week. Rev. David C. Hancock t
FlSftlD' '
now) Gaines Ricks the first man BEACH. *
I is director of the camp. I.. ee.T- VICATIS.. un BUM.tms. .
enter service -
from Clewiston to under warn lOW .
Among those who will attend are: r" .11 .
...... ...... ... .. the Selective Service system, on I Cpl. Ray Sullivan writes friends Charles Pre-j YtttK MTM MIWf r.
.. and
.. ; ; Rachel Miner Ann
:--:--:--:-: :--:-:-: : : :--:-: : :--: : : : :-: here from a Pacific Island that he :e
January 15,-1941, is now back home I
Gene Bartz, John Bartz, Betty I Vas ttIIT&Ti..t
trying to. become accustomed to being is sitting there impatiently awaiting Coleman, I. ft .. T. ttttrn, emi.la.
A. D. Frith of the Fourth Bobby Berner, Buber Mills t
S-Sgt. a civilian again after all this transportation back to the states fora IIBBBBBBBBBBBBBIf

:Marine Division sends us a letter long time in uniform. He was dIS-I furlough. I

this week in which he setsouta I charged on June 9 and believes that' .. I I II

few of the reasons why the Fourth he" la the first Clewiston___ u_ boy_ to__ eet: Pfc. Robert E. Lee of Oke chobee,
is the best outfit in the -Pacific. put of service under the point sys-|i who visited his sister, Miss Evelyn J II I

What he doesn't say is that It is tem.Pvt. I j Lee here over the wek-end, was a You WishGVARANTEED
this spirit, which makes and keeps Ricks was overseas for 27 I J prisoner of war in Italy and Germany I
in Africa and He for fifteen months-in Italy
them tops In any war; that collec- months, Italy.
tively they're a great aggregation began his military career as an infantryman -I. five, in Germany ten. During his I
because of the pride manifested by and was then transferred five months In Italy he said he lost
the individuals in it-like Sgt. Frith. I to the Military Police, later to sixty pounds because of insufficientfood

His letter greatly appreciated by the Quartermaster Corps. He ar- but had better treatment, after Automotive Repair ServiceMachine
us and we feel like it will be to all rived in Miami on May 30 and re- going to Germany. r' :
ceived his discharge button at Fort r "*
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who read it: f. "
you ?
June 17, 1945. McPherson on June 9. He then I III As explained elsewhere we neglected Work ,;, ;-o.< .
:went immediately to Greenville, N. for a few weeks to record the '?'- fj*:r
;\II'. Carr Settle, :f.
Clewiston N wsDeal' II C., and took unto himself a wife, ,r arrival of new heirs and heiressesin Painting and Body Repair Service. : ,
Sir Miss Elizabeth Medford, [I on June Clewiston and in catching up this 'I- ': ,-
: : '
Im sorry I haven't written before 13. They had met while he was sta- week we discover that a son7as Genuine Ford Repair Parts ;- ':
but have just settled down after my tioned at Fort Bragg before going born to CPO and Mrs. Carol Redish I :

last trip. I have received all of the overseas and they are now back to at the Clewiston Hospital on June)I .. SEE'w
back issues of the News and am very make their home in Clewiston. Wel-. 7. Carol Jr's daddy is, or was when I _
grateful. I always look forward to come home! last 'we heard, stationed at the Jacksonville I
Naval Air Station. HENDRY COUNTY
every copy and would like to thank MOTORSFord
everyone making this possible.I Capt. Coburn Moore got a nice .
have noted that most of the boys break last week when a Major from Eric C. Thomas reported last Ford Sales .
lately have been giving outlined his base at Muroc, Calif., had to Monday to the U. S. Maritime schoolin and Service

details of their respective units. I make a trip to the Orlando Air Base St. Petersburg for training for a 93 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
can understand the pride they have and had not been checked out In a berth in the U. S. Maritime Service.
B-25. Knowing that Coburn's home Eric signed 9 but
for I also have the same pride in the up on January;
Division. In the ----------- ..
Fourth Marine past -- -------------- .. '
1 have refrained from ballyhooingour 1

unit, personally, because, collectively ,
it has a record which I I ,,\\\\hlllit'Y .- -

thought spoke for itself. HoweverI '\. /, .- .'.
think the time has come when I !fi'G"t' '
I '" :
should repeat what the Fourth has '. .. ............ 4.f..vd'.fJ1l.y> ().tl:1; ,$ 'l .
done in the Pacific. ..: 1" :$ ;;; :;. ." '-. .'

'First of all it is the first Marine' HOT .ENOUGH --- ;ii.zt:, :';'tkt:;;' .i. _:.- "". '."':'.-';; '
awarded the Presidential -: Wtfit < ".--4
division to be .
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Unit Citation for its brilliant ,., \?" : 'C. -
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work before it was overseas a ;,: : ;
.... .,, ,
'.- / ,. .' !-< ,: .
Second, it is ,the only unit i
heads Pacific on which islands has owned made prior four year'j t FOR YOU ? .,....,,.\.. ] IIII'j' \ :: :j

war by Japan-Roi-Namur, Saipan, *r.
Tinian and Iwo Jima. :
Third, it is the first division to i

landing make a, shore that. between to shore Saipan amphibious and i0 ; ( : i' : Ji
Tinian. : ;J ...: i% ;': ;[ : ; ; .i
Fourth, thirteen .months after it .,
,' :: .. ;'r -:< ..,,. ; .,, ."oj ",W"J1' ," ...:

left division the States was for making overseas its duty fourth the ;'f'"""l ,'.".....'_..,., ,'. yr4'/ "': ''...;<,::.>, .:1,;f-: : "> "'-'\:; -;" .',;'."..':. 1t \ 4 1" ; : I ;:'o":" .' _

.. beachhead landing. That was the island .
of Iwo Jima and I'm sure every- : t ,. ; .t'l
one knows"of the vital,' courageous rl : :

battle the Marines waged there.I :
have been with the Fourth since
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;- 1 -"loy." .- .
it was first formed: and from all indications '
; "
the war in the Pacific has :: :
not slackened any now that weve! :Fr : ; lt "j ..
: ; :
pushed the Japs back in their own ; : .. /k4N"ni <> / 4 ,. Y' ,
yard. You can bet that when the .
final showdown battles are under- ,:sr: ,:.:: ,'s'.7:.:.f.. ,..1f'.;' <"I'$;w9 fj.1." ,. _.....'.... :_.:...
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the Fourth Marine Division
; :;" :. t' :: ,: '." ., ;4 ...
will be there adding laurels to its '. .:'
: !' ;:-
present brilliant record and I expect ; ', ..
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to be right with them.
f ,. /
I want to thank you again for 'the -
.t '.F
paper. Please keep it coming out I

this way. i ; : :

Sincerely A. D., FRITH. r.{ : : :" < r? i

Sgt. Frith may be sure that tor : :!< '

him and the many more home boys ..
ir. .
.. 'f
like him we'll do our very darndestto "-- r ". 1 '
prevent him missing a single is- t t'- r .
sue. :: .rJ12 _

day We in met Parkinson's Mrs. E. L. Suggs looking the like other a : '; : "Scorcher today, wasn't it? Hard on even us'o'ihime: their Air Cor.Jiliojiing; needs now with Belcher's ..<,.<'.. :

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walking arsenal. She had '
just re- '
ceived some packages from her hus- : Floridians with lots of sand in our shoes! staff of temperature-control engineers. i" ::;;.

band, Pfc. 'SuggS in Germany and ... ;:--r:
was carrying two double-barrel shot- :
guns and two German bayonets. This ; "Kind of makes a fellow long for Air Conditioning And they're making deposits now on Carrier. Air '.,.
Is only a part of the stuff that he !

bas sent home to date. She has six .. especially indoors these hot days and nights. Conditioning for priority delivery as soon as 'J '
German battle flags of assorted I

shapes micrometers and sizes which, several German \ Some scientist has it figured that we spend around possible after Victory. Carrier-is the system which
one would expect -

first a things machinist;: helmets to locate, medals among, swas-the 18'out of every 24 hours inside eating, sleeping, provides clean evenly distributed draughtless air of

tikas, etc. He also 'sent her* a table "
cloth and napkins picked. up some- ; working. It'd.be. mighty fine if every shop, office precisely controlled temperature and humidity .* : '
where over there. 'jm--

Pvt. Suggs has been overseas since and house had Air Conditioning, .wo ldn't it?" day in and day out, summer and winter!. "; -->: '
December 4 and was with the 76th ._ """ ,,;t..,......... ..:tt I
"Division under General Patton, a \ '..:" :;r-.f"'... :

mechanic in an infantry unit. His Brother, you've got the right idea And come .final : ,
: i
outfit was held in reserve during the BE L'CHER .

Battle of the Bulge and he first saw Victory, most shops, offices, houses and hotels will ",
on the 7th of February, moving .;
into the Siegfried line at Echter- -
be Air Conditioned .
macho He was near Chemnitz. when .
A Division ol : .
the war ended and was moved to <
Reich en back where he has been sta- Belcher Oil Company

tioned until just recently when he ManySouth Florida property owners, with theirarchitects ,, .
was sent to Zulenroda. He is now ESTABLISHED 1915 '

with the Ninth Army and says he's J ] and J consulting engineers, arc discussingSole MIAMI AND PORT EVERGLADES, FLORIDA
been with almost every Army over
there since he went to Europe. He
has three battle stars and is hoping Distributors in South Florida o/ Carr'JeZ Air Conditioning and Refrigeration :, -
he'll be home before too long. ."
Ensign Dick Owen recently landedon .
some island in the Pacific (name

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