The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01061
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:01061
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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r "Rising Sun" Has Set

p Japanese Surrender Unconditionally"

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! l The second world war, history's greatest flood of death and

I Bitting Asks End Subsidy CELEBRATION destruction, ended Tuesday' evening with Japan's unconditional

-,- surrender. The formalities of signing surrender terms still remained .

: Joy was unrestrained here Tues- and President Truman has, as yet, not declared official

I Payments On Raw Sugars day evening when the news, awaited i V-J Day !but the signing is scheduled to take place today. .

.. '-'" impatiently throughout the day, was It was at seven o'clock, Eastern:; War Time, when President

,. cf finally flashed by President Truman Truman announced that the Japanese had accepted the terms of

I I II that Japan had agreed to surrender surrender and the :people of the world, waiting for several days
Is Given At
,:. Testimony PLENTY OF GASOLINE terms and peace had again returnedto for the news, began'celebrating'' in a wild frenzy. Formalities. \

; Wage Hearing Here I the world. meant but little peoples freed of the misery of war.
The fire siren was blown to herald
/ Emperor Hirohito ;went.. on the radio for the first time in his-
: locomotive whistles at the
/,: Thursday the news,
r :' /, The OPA announced Wednesday, sugar house were tied down and add- tory that 'an emperor has addressed his people in that nation, to

!it: '--- shortly before noon, that the ration- ed greatly to the din and ordinary tell them that !the nation could not longer fight against the over-

:: : Clarence R. Bitting, president of ing of gasoline and canned fruits and citizens forgot reserve and drove whelming power of the Allies, particularly the new horror which ,

.:::'. the United States Sugar Corporation vegetables would be immediately their cars about the town with horns had been unleashed 'on them, the atomic bomb. So Japan, withoutever

,::: testifying: before a Depart- suspended, the first step in the ending -
.I honking and passengers cheering. being invaded had agreed to the Potsdam terms of uncon-
ment of Agriculture committee here I of wartime restrictions.
celebration lasted but
This noisy a ditional surrender.
Thursday morning, urged that the I
The printing of new ration books short''' time, however, and residents
General :JMacArthur
Douglas designated at
:i" subsidies to I was once as supreme -
present paid sugar pro-
scheduled for issuance in December ,
began to congregate at various homesto
allied commander to receive the surrender and while Hiro-
ducers and processors to make up for ,
also victory All
was stopped as soon as continue, the celebration. bars
the increased costs of sugar production Japan assured. hito will remain as a puppet emperor, the orders he issues will be
over was
and liquor stores were immediatelyclosed.
,1 be removed and the price of those that MacArthur, "the man who came back," tells him to
While is .
gasoline now again plent-
sugar raised a cent a pound instead., issue.
iful it must'be remembered that The union thanksgiving service
In this way, Mr. Bitting said, the .
Allied forces were given an immediate "cease fire" order.
tires are not and the rationing of planned by the Protestant Churchesat
consumer would be paying the costs this still continues the Russian front
'I i" tires may be continued for sev-;< the Baptist Church if victory was Despite : sporadic fighting on
W Instead of the taxpayer.
= eral months. New cars will not bet]J announced before seven o'clock had and a few isolated islands. .

. ,;:, This suggestion was made by 'Mr. I available for everyone immediatelyso to be postponed until Wednesday Draft calls were immediately reduced to take only men under

;; Bitting as he presented his testimony the use of gasoline should be I' evening, but the Catholic Church was 26 and 50,000 instead of 80,000 a month. Five and a half

at the government hearing, i governed by the condition of tires open and many residents gathered million soldiers may be released within 12 to 18 months.
held annually, to determine the I and the mechanical condition of the
there during the evening to offer up
1; :wages to be paid for cultivating and i car., I I .
prayers of thanksgiving; President Truman. made this
('j} Harvesting cane during the 1945-46' r On Victory ThanksgivingService i i statement:
Wednesday St. Margaret'sChurch
;:1: season and also, to determine a fair: Pvt. J. Thielen Jr.
held a Mass of Thanksgivingin "I have received this rate to be paid independent cane; At First BaptistA
the Hour and a message from the Japanese:: gov-
morning and a Holy
producers by the processors. The: At Morrison Field
I i benediction in the evening. Both of ernment .in reply to the message
conducted R.
, bearing was byC. ,
these I capacity; crowd filled the First forwarded to that government by
:.. Oviatt, chairman of the payment services were well attended as
" ; section of the sugar branch of the I WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., August was the union service at the Baptist Baptist Church Wednesday night as the secretary: of state on August 11. '

16-Ten Floridians among the Church that evening. the congregations of the Baptist I deem this reply full acceptance
'. department, W. S. Stevenson of the +; v .

,,: ""L ..? labor_ unit, of the ,sus r branch,"and I hundreds. of, enlistee pe'sonnel assigned CIfurch7-lhevClewisfcJii< :--r,Community I of the Potsdam lat1tioll.which', -

) ::. H. G. Clayton, head of' the Florida! to Air Transport Command's Legion Discusses Church and the .:Church 'of'God specifies the unconditional surrender : -,
r of Japan. In thisireply thereis
Agricultural Adjustment Administration Pipeline Project at Morrison Field, '
[ gathered together to offer prayers of ( no qualification.
I ,! _: 1! key base of ATC's Caribbean Division -, Veterans' Aid At 'I "x
'i are Pvt. Adam J. Thielen, Jr, ; ( thanksgiving for the peace that has "Arrangements are now being
In commenting on the establishment i '
of wage scales, Mr. Bitting Clewiston; Pfc. Ben A. Lee, Fort Monthly Meeting 1 1I come to the entire world after eight made for the' formal' signing of

Meade; Pfc. Richard D. Sawyer, ;Key' surrender terms'at the earliest
cited the fact that the greater part bitter years of war that began with
1h; West Pfc. Jesse Hughes, Lake I possible moment."General .
: Clewiston Post No. 93 held their
' of the labor now used in harvesting the Japanese aggression in China.
rI/ i j Worth; S/Sgt. Robert 'L. Simpson, I I regular monthly meeting in the Com- Douglas MacAithur\ has ,
operations is with a few. The services were conducted t
: Madison;, Pvt. Harold J. C. Kasper, been appointed the supreme allied ..
fi hundred German Prisoners of War I: munity Center Tuesday evening. Tt jointly by Rev. H. C. Meador, Rev. 1
Orlando Pvt. Hugh L. Fuller, commander to receiva the Japanese
, and about 500 domestic negroes. : ; was the first time they met there, David C. Hancock and Rev. T. J. .
Formerly ma City; Pvt. Willie F. Majors,pana-I meetings heretofore having been I surrender.
\\iI domestics were used entirely Durrence.The .
fJ and the company will return'I sacola; Pvt. Frank H. I held at the Inn. It was also the night "Great Britain, 'Russia and China w

Petersburg, and Pfc. Harold F. Lo- President Truman announced the entire program was of praise will be represented by high ranking -
to this he said
policy, as soon as pos-,
in five
renz, West. Palm Beach. and thanksgiving and was officers. Meantime the .lied '
I, surrender of the Japs-remember? a
sible. The Jamaican labor, he said, .
( j Pvt. Thielen is the son of Mr. and !I As a consequence the meeting was a parts. The first part of the program armed forces have been ordered to
was willing to report but the willingness -' i '
Mrs A. J. Thielen, Clewiston. Before was dedicated 'to a prayer of offensive action.
II rapidly vanished after checking bit tardy in getting under way but suspend
entering the service he was an I thanksgiving; the second part wasa "The V-J day
proclamation of
in due to the minimum daily I the attendance was surprisingly good.
f t guarantee which must be given to I airplane mechanic. I Comrades Beardsley and Conklin prayer of penitence; the third partwas must wait upon the formal signingof r

obtain these workers, but that their rendered reports on their respectiye a prayer of intercession during the surrender terms by Japan:'
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which the took :n
congregation part
j KIWANIS CLUB I Horns of scores of Tears let loose' .
labor was gradually improving due I, parts in preparing the post to assume '. ',
to previous experience in the 'glades. I! --- I i its share of the work incident to assisting the service by offering up sentence I with all the noise they could. make,

The Jamaicans usually earn but half The Kiwanis Club, following the veterans of Hendry and Glades prayers;; a period of silent rememb- I people shouted, screamed and threw .,.".:; ,'

\ what the domestic workers earn on .regular weekly dinner at the Inn counties with information, forms, rance was observed in the fourth all sorts of things into the 'air.

i 1., J' a piece work basis. Wednesday evening, adjourned to I and any other help they may need I part of the service, a silent remembrance i Sweating military police in the hot '

: I attend the union thanksgiving service now or in the future. Comrade in tribute to the men August evening had a strenuous
Since workers during the last who won't be, returning from this,
I at the Baptist Church. The I Beardsley pointed out that with a I Urn tryin to keep the crowd back
re: cane season received $4.803 per day I Ibasic' war; the men for whom peace came
meeting was called at seven o'clock great number of men returning from from the high iron fence which surrounds \
pay or 5.779 plus bonus, he when they laid down their. lives that
instead of the usual hour. I the armed forces in the next few the lawn. The crowd spilled
recommended that no change be, peace might descend once more on
into the street and blocked
months, the job is going to requirea
made in, the minimums
wage for for
the world and for their families,
I lot of time and cited a case on traffic into a thick mass of scream-
harvesting this Sgt. Alvin Crow
season since no de- whom the war will never be over. horns.
which he had spent: a number of ing
crease in production costs is anticipated The last period of the program was
and urged that there be Killed In Plane !hours merely completing forms for devoted to a of dedication. 1 The surrender announcement set
al submittal to the Veterans prayer i in motion, a whole 'chain of events. i
decrease in cultivation | I
wages. Crash On LuzonMoore Adminls-I l Following the singing of the hymn .,
tration. Every man who Among them:
The incentive
payments permitted 1 "Blest Be The Tie That Binds" the
by the government, Mr. Bitting de- I be eligible for benefits under the gathering was dismissed. j To a Japanese government which .

Glared were not sufficiently high last) ( Haven Democrat) GI Bill of Rights or similar laws I i once had boasted it would dictate

:; year to cover the increased cost of The eighth gold :star'was added to and it... is the responsibility' of civic s I II ( peace terms in the White House, Mr. '"

$ labor and other production costs and the Glades County service board today I organizations and local government Low Priced Shoes Truman dispatched orders to '"direct
'' to that each veteran knows to prompt cessation of hostilities," tell
the higher Incentive payments effec- with the announcement of the see I

tive this year, he said, are an ad- death of Sgt. Alvin Benson Crow who I| what benefits he is entitled and that !I To Be Ration Free MacArthur of the effective date andI

mission by the government that the was killed in a plane crash on Lu- I|he receives them. I i I hour, and send emissaries to the general -

I present ceiling price of sugar Is too zon on August 1. Hendry County Commissioners I '] to arrange formal surrender. '
Retail stores will be permitted-
low Sgt. Crow, whose home is in South I have voted a one-half mill tax to I The war manpower commission
with the approval of CPA district
The Fellsmere Sugar Production Bay, was living here with his brother [ raise funds to pay for the services| men's andwomen's terminated all manpower controls. '
offices, to sell certain :
Association was represented by J. John R. Crow when he enlisted lof i a service officer and office and 'I'j ration- I The navy piled a $6,000,000,000
low-priced shoes
4 V. Fourmey who presented most of in the Army in a group which included |secretarial help. Glades County Com- 27 cancellation of contracts on top ofa
the August
during period
his testimony in written form but Brown Waller, Frank Close j missioners, while refusing to levy a"tree through October 13, 1945, OPA previous $1,200,000,000 cut in its

he stated that wage rates of his com- ,and Arthur Stewart. At first in an 1 tax, have stated they have funds 'says. Other sellers including manufacturers shipbuilding program.
pany are higher than previous amphibious group he was transferred available to meet any expenses the also will 1! Congress was summoned back to
and wholesalers,
recommendations and that wagesare to the Air Corps and trained as {county may incur in this direction. work on Sept. 5, more than a month
such shoes '
determined by an agreement between a flight engineer' on a B-24< He J I At present Comrade Beardsley isi \ration-free.be allowed to The transfer release does not ahead of schedule, to get busy'on

labor and producer with the was sent to the Pacific for duty Service Officer for the Clewiston \ unemployment compensation, surplus ,
where no "
include children's shoes,
producer assuming the increasedcost about three months ago and was post and Comrade Roscoe Miller is property disposal, full employment,

of production. A higher wage with the 13th Air Force's "Long the Service officer for the LaBelle general frozen stock problem exists. I" government reorganization and the
I District offices will approvera-
scale, he said, was due largely to the Rangers" group. He entered service | post. Either of these men may be tion-free sales by shoe establish continuation or abolition of war \

use of white tractor ,drivers. i,Iin June, 1942. ( Contacted by any veteran or relative agencies.The .
ments only if the shoes were man-
'r\ J. E. Beardsley, only independentgrower Sgt. Crow is the son of Mr.' and for information about any veteran's I 1944 and office of censorship said it ,
ufactured before March 1, ,
' : : i ; testifying, said that high cost Mrs Alvin B. Crow of South Bay problem. was getting ready to fold up. News, -
'I will be sold ration-free at retail for
I'' of labor and other problems of pro I and attended school in West Palm j. Post Commander Jimmy Couse Issued radio and mail censorship are due to .

duction had forced several Indepen- Beach, Lake Worth and Largo. He'I a warm invitation for any, and I $3.50 a pair'or less. Applications 'I end on V-J day. Director Elmer

\ / dent growers out of business duringthe was employed at Riddle :Field when all veterans of either World War to may be filed with CPA district offices Davis declared the life of .the office

:' I last year and that others would I he entered service. I attend the next Legion meeting at l beginning August 10 through of war information "soon :will be ,
September 8, 1945.
" have to follow unless there was some! ', His brother, John Crow, left here the. Community Center in Clewiston. over" I

: l revision. His costs during the last: '!'a few months ago to work, in Miami on Sept. 10. I A war production board ; ''

fl: harvest, he said, had amounted to I and is now residing in Miami Captain Art Schwartz, who has :predicted that agency

I '5.79 per ton for labor without; Springs. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. }b'een Flight Surgeon at Riddle Field j lof business once industry 8)'I+

,, j counting supervision and he had re. I| A.'A. Munroe, Mrs. Frances Meredithand for the past year, left over the week- I solid peacetime basis.

; ceived $6.55 per ton for his cane. H e! : Mr. and Mrs, Bill Vitus are spend- Patricia Ann were visitors in end for Memphis, where he has been War Labor Board

(Continued on Page 8) i i'!lag the week in Chicago. 1{I West Palm Beach Thursday assigned to duty as Flight Surgeon. I (Continued on Page

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}Hendry Cattlemen I I I Printing of Ration I June Report On i boys and girls.CLEWISTOX. I In a series on the Lord's Prayer.

'I You are cordially invited to worship -
Experimenting :,Book No. 5 Has Hendry GasolineConsumption COMMUNITY:: with us.

With New DDT ,i I Been Stopped_ I Ii +I Ij Dm id C. Hancock, :Minister ST. MARGATCET'S CATHOLIC

A group or Ilendry County cattle-:I According to a report released at I According to a report issued by I SUNDAY, AUGUST 19, 1945 Fr. Peter J. Itcilly, Pastor
fcnen experimenting with the new I Washington, the OPA has halted the Inspection bureau of the Depart) Sunday School, 9:45. a. m., Dr. C.
are I I'wonder'insecticide I printing of 187,000,000 new ration I ment of Agricultuie, Tallahassee, E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor Mass: 11:00 a. m.
DDT, on approxi- books to, be used in the purchase of 1\ the consumption of gasoline for the all ages.Morning Mass, Pahokee: 9:00 a. m.
3mateJv: 4,000 head of cattle, accord-I food, shoes and gasoline. month of June was 120,841 gal-I Worship, 11:00 a. m. A V-j Day was celebrated with aMass
ag 5to County Agent H. L. Johnson.. |f'j The new action was taken, it was. I lons, and '15,893 gallons of kero- nursery for small children Is con- of Thanksgiving in the morn-
't 'atments, to test DDT under,; explained, because therer are sufficient -,sene. I II I ducted by the Mothers' Club at the ing, with Holy Hour and benedictionin .
stamps in books now in use I I For the State of Florida, the total Community Center."Temptation" the evening.
Yange conditions, to free the livestock ;|i
I!I to carry through to almost the ,was listed as 27,715,872 gallons of is the theme of the
of annoying flies and,1losqui-1|| first of the year.. In the case ofl gasoline and 3,417,337 of kerosene. minister's sermon. This is the last -
made Th George, has been ended. _
toes, are being !1 gasoline, rationing
:Matthysse, entomologist ror a large The other programs are expected to The one-time freight car shop of
F. Deane
I I Duff
:supply company in New Jersey. He continue longer. the Pullman-Standard Car ManuIII
>has been in the county several weeks. I I An OPA spokesman: said that of'1' facturing company in Chicago has;| REGISTERED tEAL ESTATE
Cattlemen understood to be cooperating 150,000,000 planned, only "a very !II built 10,000 pairs of C-47 wings Look theFuture BROKER
in the tests are Earl R. few copies of ration book five have since Armistice Day, 1941. to
Murray and Harvey Dyess of Fort I I been printed. Actual printing of. I Glade.County, Ilendry Land and tor More Palm Than Beach
!'ttenaud, Asa Townsend, C. O. Willis,i 37,000,000 gasoline books has not METHODIST CHURCH | [ 23 Year
VJ. W. McDaniel, James Weathers- begun, but designs and engravingshave I W. S. Bozeman, Minister
'.t>S e of Felda and the United States I been completed.Both I '

cigar Corporation, Clewiston. books had been set up to j Sunday School, 7:15 p. m. '
1 last from 10 to 15 months. When Worship Service, 8:00 P. m. I r

fore of new anti-tank projectiles plans for distribution of the books I ..... .
dissembled_ at Graham-Paige Motors' were announced late in July, OPA I ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL I GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. ::
is tungsten carbide, hardest manmade said, "it looks as if they will be J CHURCH I
metal, an effective armor- needed at least throughout most ofl I G. Nottingham, Agent
'Jriercer at long range. next year." Services every Sunday at 8:30 After The War Box 6527 t:
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a. m., at Clewiston ,Community Clewiston Florida -:r
nnnnn I Ir Church.THE
I REV. S. D. MASOJ" You Will Want To
Priest ,in Charge. .
Pasteurized MilK I --
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I H. C. Mcaclor, Pastor Johnson's Fish Camp I

And CreamNow (Near' Hurricane Gate) FClewIston .
School- -9:45 a. m. I
Boats and Motors-Guide Service
available to local patrons from your Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. Rates ReasonableW. I
It Will You To
home dairy. Training Union-6:45 p. m. I H. _Johnson, _Mgr.
Evening Worship-8:00 p. m.

Call I 133 for Delivery Service. Daily Delivery I Now Prayer that Service victory Wed.over, 8:00 our enemies p. m. I I Buy, 4 Your Lots ...................'.......................................................................................
has been achieved it should cause I.I:i: 'FORTAXICABS
us all to find our places in worship'! NOWCLEWISTON A
regularly thanking God for His\| ..;.- =;:;

goodness and mercy upon our nation. : '' ..
CLEWISTON We extend to you a very cordial invitation -(
s to make our church your : 18

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always find a warm welcome await

I ing you. I .
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#'\ Rev. H. C. Danner of Lake Worth FLOWERSCut
will fill the pulpit in the absence of I
the pastor this Sunday. You are invited REALTYCORPORATION flowers for delivery here or
I for delivery anywhere in U. S.
to hear his messages and en-
!r joy the day of worship with our I: by wire.
Surf Cottages people. : MRS. J. 31. FOUNTAINDay !
Mid-week prayer service will be- Phone 82 Night Phone 148.W
gin at 8 p. m. This is a very en-

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j I, 9 MILES. HIGHWAY NORTH OF NO.PALM 1 BEACH week.service.used.here.The Many Songs We study blessings have'you of like a God's' great are to sing word received 'song are is-Il.. Radio and Electric i i i Service .1_:

quite interesting. Be with us this
week. y

Boys! Girls! Attention! Pre- :i:: Home and. Auto Radio Parts and Tubes :=;:
paration day for our Daily Vacation ;
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Spend your vacation at your local beach resort. Two Bible School will be held Friday at .:. FAll Makes :.:.:
2 p. m. All the boys and girls in ,
t cottages Hotel Rooms Room the community between the of I
f'' room efficiency Dining 1 ages I':. y... I II
r 4 and 13 are very cordially invitedto
] -Cocktail Lounge. have a part in this great school.Be I ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES =!; (
1 with us the very first day. Chil-

SUMMER SEASON STARTS JUNE 1. dren must' be '4 years old before i''Fluorescent:: Lighting Fixtures Wiring :f:
April 1, 1945, before they an reg-
I ister in the school. Let us make this ::
For 'Reservations first day a great one. Registrationswill iALL l WORK GUARANTEED :|:

close by Wednesday of the first '* y
: Write 623 30th Street Call 8940 week of the school. Remember the >: ; GEO. WEAVER and T. J. CASON :?;:

dates, preparation day August 24. *%
i WEST PALM: BEACH School begins August '27 and closes !' i Telephone 163'

September 7. Time each day, 8:30a. I
m., to 11:00 a. m. Don't miss il :
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I SUGAR The Energy Food .- The Vital! Food '1

: The coming of a long-awaited PEACE can mean no relaxation of our efforts! to produce more i ,

,A''j and more of the most critical food need-SUGAR. A shortage and rationing is expected to, I, ,!

extend well into 1946.HELP 1 ; :

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The Clewiston News -:,,:,,:-:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:":":":..:..:..:.. -:-:..:-:..:..:-:.. pitals during the German were gonna eat 'em. He issued an i, NOTICE TO' CREDITORS

I through at the Bulge and break-j ultimatum to the reflect that he'd i j I J.onwlI of 1025 ?
their construction tools to give the OPA just 24 hours to get

Published every Friday In Clewiston With guns and hold ten miles of its red tape untangled and release I I I IN JUDGE THE ,COURT HENrmV OF fOUNTY THE COUNTY, ,

Florida by the CLEWISTON' NEWS, final mission was at Camp Chicago i some Toombs County meat for home !l STATE, OF FLORIDA,
I In TP the Estate of _
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nc. which was built as a redeploymentcenter. consumption or he'd issue the ord- j EDWARD STANLEY RICHMOND.
Members wear three campaign er himself and it would be carried Deceased. .

Entered as, 1927 second, at class the Pest mall Office matter In i w jsz Our Boys : stars and the regiment was out and they could come on over to I To, and all Creditors all Persons Legatees having:, Claims Distributees or-

Cfewiston.February 1 Florida, under the Act or cited as a Meritorious Service unit. Toombs County and crack their little -. Demands against said Estate:
!March 3, 1897. Lt. Col. Addison H. Douglas of whip. The Mayor said he didn't i notified You, and and, each of you are hereby
required to present any
1t in theService Minneapolis was the commander. mind raising food for the armed I[ claims and demands which you, or

CARR SETTLE Publisher" services, the starving Armenians or I either estate of of 'you EDWARD, may have STANLEY against RICHMOND the-

t M/Sgt. Foster Crampton, who has Washington bureaucrats for that' deceased late of Hendry County -
!Subscription Rate-f2.50 Per Tear" c matter 'I Florida, to the Hon. R. M. Harris
( been in service in New Guinea, s but he felt that the home County Judge of Hendry County at
Advertising Rntca ,On Application. en route home and will join his wife folks ought to have a break along his office in the County Court House In
C with the I LaBellp, Hendrv County Florida with- ,
and daughter here within a short rest of the world partic- I in twelve months from the date hereof.
and A .cram. time. ularly since they were doing the 1Dated August 3, A. D. 1945.

Devoted of Clewiston to the advancement and Hendry County.welfare I ..:N:,.:..:N:..:MAN..:..:..:N N:..:N:..:N:M:. 1.:..:N11tN..: : s a I raisin'the By this time the Mayor had 1\ Administrator ELBERT L.of the STEWART Estate,of
Walter E. Vaughn, S 2/c, who is citizens of Vidalia, Lyons and Edward Stanley Richmond
? stationed at .the Naval Air Stationat Toombs County firmly behind him. I Deceased.
Had swell letter toward the closeof
a Norfolk Va. arrived Wednesdayto The OPA To the Executor or Administrator:
hemmed 'and hawed and
last week from Lt. Bob Beardsleyout The above notice must be publishedIn
spend a leave here with his par- sputtered and squirmed. This was I a newspaper published in Hendry
;mOORIAL f at Fort Sill. Yeah, you guessedit ents,. Mr. and Mrs. .H. T. Vaughn. all very irregular. It just couldn'tbe County once a week for 8 weeks (9
it contained an envelope filled publications), and the proof of such
done. But the Mayor somehow
which has lost I publication (which will be furnishedyou
'with Oklahoma dirt Russ Owens and Homer Hand arrived convinced them that he meant just by the paper) filed in this office.
its power to make me homesick. :;Aucr. 17, 24, 31, Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28, Oct.
Friday for a week's leave at what he said, that he was fed up and ,5, 12.
But Bob appears to be liking Sill their homes after completion of boot couldn't be bluffed or brushed off ')r i!

:better than when he was there at camp training at Bainbridge, Md. pUShed around. So somebody somewhere -i

On The House OCS. Says it Isn't so bad now that pressed the button and before! NOTICE,

he is an officer, a gentleman and Lewis Blount has completed his the 24 hour ultimatum expired auth-
D. C. S. getting paid like the Air Corps fly- boot training at Bainbridge, Md., and ority was granted for Toombs i Board Notice of County is hereby Commissioners given that of Hen-the
By I Bob is training as an ar- dry County, Florida will until 12 o'-
boys. is arriving today for a brief leave at County folks to butcher their own i j'i
L-4's clock noon Tuesday, September 4, 1945,
Peace has come! tillery liasion observer on his. home here. meat and now the butchers are all receive sealed proposals for the 'purchase -
Despite the fact that the Russians L-5's and L-14's, the L-5 being the 's I well stocked and everybody is hap-j i of "One New Dragline 3/4 yardcapacity"
( and "One Twenty Ton Trailer. -
fight on, that Japanese suicide plane |ship that Major Dick Bestor flew Pvt. Bill Stallings, who is P7. I ." All proposals should be addressedto
still 'making occasional when he made contact with the Rus- ed at Camp 'Blanding, is \ T. Hull Clerk Circuit Court,
are station-I Commenting on the incident, the
LaBelle Florida, and marked "pro-
that the Nips are taking I sians just before the Germans gave brief furlough this week. ( "
on our Dodge County, Ga., Advertiser says: | posals for Dragline and Trailer
the he talks they haveto
their good time about their up. way '
own I "Thus it can be seen that the cour-' (SEAL) J. O. DAVIDSON.
arrangements for ending hostilities make those little planes do every- IN A FRIENDLY MANNER :age of one man plus the faith of the Chairman of Board of
the of surrender, thing short of standing up on their County Commissioners..
and signing papers community in that leader, can elim- I l ATTEST:
the is over. I tail and begging for their gasoline Ranking with "pass the am-
long war inate hunger in 'the land of plenty' William T. Hull, Clerk.
It wasn't just a dream that we rations as they practice "evasive tactics munition" and other historic sayingsof where scarcity had been before." No.. 114-Aug. 17, 24, 31. '
." He says he's going to show World War Two was the statementof
when And
were having Tuesday evening in the meantime, if you
Charley Miller some tricks when he Admiral "Bull" when he
President Truman announced that would like a nice fat, juicy steakor NOTICE OF ELECTION
gets back home but he says that the heard of the surrender to
to the terms of Japanese a mess of
the Japs had agreed good, pork chops, you
surrender and the jubilation of the training he got from Charley is en- the men of his fleet: might run up to Toombs County, General municipal election will be
abling him to lead his class out there.Don't held on Tuesday, September 4, 1945
"It looks like the war is over. Butif
world and the spirit of joy was not where you'l! find the butcher for the election of three Commissioners -
ill-timed. Sporadic fighting must blame us for quoting, verbatim any Japanese planes come over shops well stocked, thanks to Mayor to' serve on the City Commissionof
his last phrase-"miss the the City of Clewiston, Florida.
down I shoot' them down in a friendly man- Darby
continue until all troops lay and a determined citizenry. I The two candidates receiving the
News when it is delayed somewhere.You
their arms but never fear that we'll ner. ; greatest number of votes shall be
are. really doing right by the 1 I I deemed elected for four year terms
be caught napping by any sneak at- i . . and the candidate receiving the next
it .. .. .. ..
boys. I know they appreciate as :M N NON M :M N:MN N NON :N :N-N :NNM, NNN/ i RATIONINGCALEN'DAR shall be-
tack by the, sons of Nippon at this i i iI greatest number of votes
much as I do. I deemed elected for a term of two years.
stage of the game. We hold the j 'w '. '. The candidates who have qualified
whip-hand and they know it and we j Too Late To ClassifyRv ] : are: L
can hardly blame them if they don't ; Pfc. Richard J. Burt, who arrivedin R. Y. Patterson.
the States last week aboard the ''MEATS and FATS: Bigg
like it.We W. C. OwenC.
Queen Mary from the European RUSSELL KAY Red Stamps I A. Thomas
should like much to see to be
very and three of the candidates are
Theatre, is at home to spend a fur- Q2, R2, S2, T2, U2 now valid, expire elected. ,
Admiral ride the Emperor'swhite
Halsey '
of lough with his mother, Mrs. Ralph (.(oo.x.--:.. .. ..:--o(..:..:..:. August 31. I The election will be held in the Community -
horse down the'streets Center room in the City Hall
Tokyo but we do not expect that to O'Neal. V2, W2, X2,' Y2, Z2 now valid, expire Building, Clewiston, Florida. .
I Pfc. Burt was with the 398th Once in awhile a public official September 30., I The polls will be open at eight o'-
happen. Such comedy would be a clock A. M.' and will close at seven
little ill-timed for such an occasionand I Engineer General Service Regiment will take his job seriously enoughto Al, Bl, Cl, Dl, El now valid, expire o'clock P. M., Eastern War Time.
: and had two years in Europe. He stick his neck all the way out in October 31. The following election officials are
we doubt if MacArthur will per- appointed to conduct the election:
mit it. More than that we should was processed through the camp he an effort to serve and protect the Fl, Gl, HI, Jl, Kl now valid, expire Judson V. Francis, Clerk
helped construct. as his last mission folks who elected him and that hap- November 30. Mrs. R. M. Hare Jr., InspectorMrs.
like to see a parade of American I W. L. Lott Inspector.
overseas. pened in the little town of Vidalia, alternate election officials -
legions down the streets of the Jap The following (,
with of the The regiment was activated at Georgia the other day when MayorJ. In the face of Jap peace over- f I are appointed to serve In their ,
capitol a grim display ( I
stead, if :
place necessary
armed might we have built up since Camp' Claiborne: ,'La.and_ while there F. Darby got' fed up with govern- tures, 'workesr at the Tampa Shipbuilding | Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Clerk.
helped to protect residents againstthe red bur- H: Small,' Inspector
Pearl Harbor and our war ships mental nonsense, tape and Company laid the keel last Mrs. G.
filling their harbor to show them flood waters of the White River.In eaucratic bungling and ,decided to week-end for another 16,000 ton destroyer -!i Mrs.By order Charles of the M. City Pirkle Commission, Inspector.of

what when mid-summer of 1943, four months take action on his own account. tender, which will keep the 'the City of Clewiston.E. .
Democracy can do angered .
KELLY :Mayor.Aug.
after activation, the unit was sent I Toombs County, ueorgia is a good yard busy through 1946. E. ,
by such dastardly treatment. We 3, 10, 17, 24, 31.
should like to see General Wain- to Great Britain landing at Green- I general farming'and cattle producing I..m..h .,

wright MacArthur's placed'in staff a' high so that position he can in'' ock They, Scotland immediately, on August began 1.construc-I have section been and producing the farmers plenty'of this of good area I IlmliiWIIIIIIIIII/IIIIII/III/JII/JJlllIIlllll11mllllflllll- !/ / / / mmmllllllilllllmlllllmllll I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIlIllIill'llmmmllll! [ ( 'II mllmlllllllllllmlllll1IIllllmm I II llmllllmm N Jmltll!i.! IINN li! !:lli I --Lern

exact some retribution for his yearsof tion of camps in southern England beef and pork, which was selling at ------= -----=-

suffering as a Japanese prisoner.We ;'and, ,despite bad weather, all projects local auction markets as fast as it --- --

should like to see movies of the I were completed on schedule. was offered. .. -,

Death March on Bataan. and the One was an 8,000 man camp at But housewives, vt the communities r oAppeal . "
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atrocities of Japanese soldiers inI Braunton. I of Vidalia and Lyons found that -= -

China made compulsory for all Japa-i' Assigned in France to reconstruction -! meat market shelves were as empty

nese to see at regular an arsenal area at Cherbourg I as Old Mother Hubbard's well known

remind them that we will never for-I Harbor where seventeen docks were cubbard. Even those who had both For paid volunteers to join the,Fire Department u .,.'
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get nor quickly forgive. built, many miles of railroad con- points and money couldn't even finda -

But at this time we can think of I, structed and much Demolition work stew bone. It didn't make sense to i of the City of Clewiston. An org_

'little except that the bloodiest war i I done. In December they moved to Mayor Darby so he made a tour of

of all time is finally over and that Verdun to restore buildings as hos7 local.markets, talked with the but- I I I- ganization is to be formed and charter. and B

our boys, who have not been casual-I chers and found that not only they

ties, will soon be back with us and by Mrs. Arch Hodges' circle. The didn't have any meat, but. they by-laws to be adopted. -

pledge .our every effort to see that I I topic:, "Facing The Needs in Our couldn't get any because of OPA [ ::::
rules regulations and fol-de-rol.
those boys who have found a final J Own Community.," The devotionalwas ---.: = l(
resting place on island Mrs. The Mayor just didn't like the idea ,--
some far-away given by H. C. Meador followed -
or some foreign nation, those by a prayer. Those taking of seeing his townsfolk starving 11 Those who are interested in joining j|

.boys who have returned with injuries -' part on the program were: Mrs. Fred when there was no scarcity and he '

they will carry throughout life, I Sikes, Mrs., Earl Peters, Mrs. Fred decided to do something about it. such an organization are asked to contact ---

will not have been sacrificed in vain Dunaway, Mrs. W. R. Broadrick and He wired Senator Walter F. George .... -

and that war, in all its modern horI Mrs. Fred Topper. and explained that the people of : .:?. '. ::: ,.'
ror, may be outlawed forever. Mrs. E. M. Cornette presided over Toombs County had plenty of meaton :-. ., ; .. v 1 '-

-- the business meeting. A nominat- the hoof, were selling it at auc- =--- < "r, -_--_

W. M. S. ";!IEETS AT v ing committee, Mrs. W. A. Montgomery tion and it was being shipped away for full information.

CHURCH ON TUESDAYThe Mrs. Hodges and Mrs. Top- while local market shelves remained LI _

I per were selected to secure officer bare. It seems Walter, being a ------,- =----

Church W.met M. 'Tuesday S. of the afternoon First Baptist at coming candidates church for the year.W.. Following M. S. for the the mere influence U. S. 'Senator or whatever, had no standingor it takes : 11I IN! 1111li!;I[ N rnml NIU mllllllmillll N NI IIIIIIlllllllm!] !IIIIIII' p!IIIWtll1I11IIImlll;!! N1 lIIlImJIIlllllmllm N I lIlIIllIlIIlIllllIIiIIlllllmllllllllllllI1I11II1IIIIlIIill I i! !IV I N !] N lillllllllllllllllllllllWmmmmfiliI !! N !!I

the Church for their monthly pro- singing of the hymn "Lead On 0 with the OPA. There just wasn't
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could d."YJPP.--" .ofJ J/ I
gram and business meeting. An. King Eternal" and a prayer by Mrs. anything he do about it but I -

interesting program was presented] Broadfoot the meeting adjourned. "be sorry." I II I

Local OPA officials, their hands BREAKFAST LUNCHEON \ DINNER
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_ T tied' with official regulations and 7:00 TO 9:30 A. M. 12:00 TO 2:00 P. M. 6:30 TO 8:30: P. M.CLEWJISTON .

red tape, were very sympathetic but

they were utterly powerless to act
until some guy somewhere up the

line got soft hearted enough to pressa JINN '

button and start the old bureau-

BEST IN FOODSTry cratic machine to operating.Then .

the Mayor got mad. He
phoned the OPA district office in THE

Savannah and demanded that some- '
A Complete Dinner At
thing be done about the ridiculous FOR GOOD FOOD

situation. Thinking, no doubt, that

Mr. Darby was "just another May Steaks Fish Fresh Vegetables .
or" they gave him the regulation -

THE CANEBRAKE (Form XYZ-OPA-46589) brush off. ,

This should not be confused with
(Form LL-17863)), which is the run

$1.25 and Up around.He Meet Your Friends In Our

was advised to just be calm ',
1 '
and patient and let things take their

Service from 6 to 9 o'clock Short. normal course and by and by everything COCKTAIL LOUNGE
'- Orders would be all right. Things like

9 till 1 11 :30 'this took time. You couldn't upset ,
the routine for one little town or

county. Open 11:00 A.. M. to 2:00 P. M. 4:00 P.; M.

Air Conditioned But the Mayor wanted ACTION.He 12:00r
politely. informed OPA officials

I that "his people" had plenty of cat-
tle and hogs and "by Damn" they

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Railey we' dfng. Mrs. Rogers is a I son.I 1 tcTO'

r. I bed; playpen, folding'I I I ,
niece of Mrs. Montgomery's and the

I PERSONAL and SOCIETY wedding took place in the Second ironing board, practically RENT Furnishedor

Ponce De Leon Baptist Church,
i Peachtree Road, Atlanta.Mr. new, reasonable. A. unfurnished two or

R. Mueller Corner San :[three bedroom house. W.
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- - . . .. .. :. and Mrs. John Lucaa and
c.-: ": : :" -: : ; ;" ;M NNM N ;N;iiN N M M NMf;N M; "INNN, N.N I '
: : daughters, Sandra and Patricia Ann, Pedro and E. Ventura. H. Rayburn Room 12
Pahokee Miss Janice Wynn and her father, ,
Mrs. H. Land was in 'i II
left Monday to return to their homein
t j A. P.V'lln, spent this week yisitI New Barracks.
1 Thursday on business. Mount Dora after a week's visit 1 Itp I Itp
I ing 'in Venice. ,
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here with Mrs. Lucaa's family, Mr. i Ii
Russ Owens, S 2/c, is home on and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, Nora and ,"
'a tl' Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor left LOST Black Billfold I
':, leave 'visiting his family. : ,
I last week-end for Miami, where they Julianne. The Lucaas are leaving iFOR SALE 4
are spending a vacation.Pvt. the States shortly for Ciudad Tru- with ration book and room
is here,. furI -
Pvt. Bill Stalling on :
J house
Dominican where
jillo, Republic, \ good condition
lough from Camp Blanding. I' Frank Cox has left after two Mr. Lucaa will be associated with a gas coupons. Reward.i ,
weeks' furlough and has been assigned sugar corporation. '- with I 10 acres of land. See

Jimmy Johnson is spending two I to duty at Camp Ord, Calif. Mrs. Rainey, Dixie Theatre. !

I weeks in Sarasota visiting* relatives.,I STORK SHOWER HONORS I Oscar Langdale, Moore
1 Itc
Mrs.: Maude Hare is leaving Saturday .
MRS. M. T. I Haven.
Charles Bolton was a business ,for a two weeks' vacation at 2tp
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visitor in LaBelle ,Tuesday. Fort Myers Beach. FOR SALE
Fast 16-
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'I(I Mrs. M. T. Bennett was the guestof -

: Mr.\ and Mrs. E. M. Dull are returning honor at a shower and luncheon
and Mrs. H. E. Trice and foot boat
Mr. powered by !FOR,
Benbow Saturday in I this week-end from their vacation Tuesday afternoon gi'veIby Mrs. J. foot
Charles spent '
i" in St. Cloud and other points. C. Ziler and Mrs. F. E. Hunziker at excellent Ford 60
West Palm Beach. con- 1 Schult House Trailer
I I the Ziler home. The gifts were pre # ,
Gene Mills, Jr., is spending twoi sented to the honoree in a basinette version. Entire boat just A-1 condition
Mr.: and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and i | good tires.
r weeks in Lakeland as the houseguest decorated in pink and white.
; son, Joe, are in Bradenton enjoying, of Mr. and Mrs.': Leland Crews overhauled. Leaving
Guests were Mrs. Bennett, Mrs. ,; Dressmaking shop
a mid-summer vacation. on
I I and family. F. F. Veltri, Mrs. D. C. Hancock, i'' '
... town. Must sell. W. B.'South Atlantic. 1 11
':: Miss Janice Wynn and James! Mrs. Frank O'Hara, Mrs. N. J. Bishop, .
; the I I Mrs. R. R. Hooks, Mrs. W. A. Mrs. A. D. Richardson, Mrs. R. L. Dozier. 1 i
Wynn spent the week-end on tp I
II Shuler and Mrs. J. K. Weaver spentthe Richardson, Mrs. E. J. Smith and
< beach at Fort Lauderdale. I
1 __ week-end on the beach at Palm Mrs. 'J. D. Leftwich. (FOR SALE House

>- Miss Carolyn Bryant visited ,her i Beach. FOR RENT Corner
mother, Mrs. Ruth Bryant, in Miami Trailer with porch
Miss Christine Bell of West Palm ,
HELD twin beds
I room two
Wednesday. '
Beach spent the week-end here with I
--- completely furnished
a r' 'i- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bell, I men preferred. Mrs. L. -
. : i Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., Sr. On Tuesday, August 21, at 7:00p. Now

are spending a vacation in Baton I ---.:.. m., there will be a covered dish D. Blount, Box i 1213. rented permanentlyat

Rouge, Louisiana, with relatives. I supper at the Community Center to $30.00 net month.
]: Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and honor those temporary residents of 1 Itc per

daughter, Lynn, and Mrs. W. P.
H. Clewiston who have attended and Wonderful
;, Mrs. C. H. Berner and Mrs. G. investment,
Vaughn, Sr., were Saturday visitors -
T McDuffie were business visitors in worked in the Clewiston Community
:'! West Palm Beach Thursday. I in West. Palm Beach. Church during their stay here. located in Clewiston.
".. I Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey and Singleroom Must, sell. Owners leav-
Fred I. Hill of Chicago was aAt BRIDGE CLUBS MEET
daughter, Laura, drove to Fort Myers in private home.
.., )C'At business visitor in Clewiston this ing for Army. Make us
Friday evening to meet Miss Pat
' ?:: week. I Bailey on her 'return from a visit in Mrs. N. V. S.' 'Mumford was hos- Gentleman preferred -
offer. Box
: 1252 I Fort
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tess to her bridge club Wednesday
Dr. I. 0. Bishop, of Fort Pierce, I J afternoon at her home, in SugarlandPark. Phone 1 17R. ''G. F. Ser- 2tc
was a guest Sunday of W/O and< Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thompson Mrs. J. E. Beardsley won the _

.I Mrs. L. H. Nash.__ __ I land son', Hank, are' leaving Saturday prize for high score and Mrs.. H. T. I .!I--

i of this week for a two weeks vacation Vaughn received second high.
W/O L. H. Nash, USMCR, ad-
which they are spending in Attending were Mrs. Beardsley,
dressed the Lion's Club in Belle
Bradenton. Mrs. Vaughn, Mrs. 'M. M.': Prewitt,
Glade at the meeting Wednesday. I i I Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Otto Larson, 1 l YOUR STORE

I Lewis L. Blount, S, 2/c, is arriv- Mrs. F. E., Conkling, Mrs. W. C. \ THAT'S
Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., left Thurs-
ing Friday to spend a leave here Owen and Mrs.': Clarence Neilson. j
day on a visit to Daytona Beach and I
with his mother, Mrs. R. J. Blount. ,- ::
Abbeville, Georgia. I I .(
He is stationed at' Bainbridge, Mary Mrs. H. C. Thompson entertainedthe II

'land.i Friday night bridge club at the I
.w Miss Ogie Arnetta returned this _.
I her home in
bi-monthly meeting at
week from a two weeks' vacation
spent in Orlandoand in New Smyrna. i Mrs. G. E. Etherton and daughI -I I Sugarland Park.. Mrs. Joe Hall received -

--- I I ter, Glenda, Sue, are spending two a bag forliigh prize, Mrs. Foy
Miss -Margie; -- Arnette spent the weeks in, Tampa, where they ate I Durrence won ash trays for second, Easy Terms on Purchases of $10 or More.

i week-end in Miami visiting rela visiting Mrs. Etherton's mother, Mrs. Mrs. A. W. Lawrence was presented

t tives. |IF. R. Maxwell. with a canister for low prize and _

I Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., cut for prize, a Across FromPostoffice 1 P Fort Myers,
Miss Pat Bailey, is returning Sat- Mr. and Mrs., Eric Moorman and box of stationery.

urday from Tampa, where she has Grady Moorman have returned to Congealed salad, saltines and iced Florida

r ,been visiting relatives. their home in Savannah following a tea were served to Mrs. Hall, Mrs.

visit here as the house guests of Mr. Durrence, Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs. Hare,

Clarence R. Bitting, president of and Mrs. E. L. Stewart. Eric and I Mrs. R. Nowling'' Mrs. ''R. J. Lee, C

#, the United States Sugar Corporation Grady are brothers of Mrs. Stewart. i Mrs. G. E. Etherton and Mrs. V. C. .:NNM:NN:..:..:NNN:..:..:.:NN:..:..:NNMNN:..:...:M:..:..:..:.1NNN:..:MNNNNI.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NN:..:..:NN:
is spending a few days here on Woodward. ?
business. Mrs. H. E. McClain and daughter,

.'" -, Verna Lois, of Jacksonville, have re- MOTHER'S CLUB MEETS

Josiah! Ferris, Washington rep- turned to their home after a twoweek's Il Dress MakingAND .
visit here with Mrs. McClain's
; resentative of the United States The Mother's Club of the Clewis:
I : Sugar Corporation, is in town for a sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and ton Community Church met. 1Ionda.ynight

; r few days. Mrs. C. N. Christian. I at the Community Center with :: ALTERING :_: F!

, Mrs. j. W. Ezelle ,and Mis. W. P.
Walter E. Vaughn, S 2/c, who is ... .:.
7. Lejshon 1 r
Major and Ralph Wylie serving as hostesses. The .s. ..

Kiel of Miami, attended the wage and ; tion stationed in Norfolk1 at the Va.U. S., arrived Naval Air in WestI Sta- meeting was presided over by Mrs. ;:;;: Materials at Hand for Women's Dresses. :::

price hearing here on Thursday. Ezelle and the program was in
r I Palm Beach; Wednesday for a visit :::
charge of Mrs. H. C. Thompson. The Men's Shorts and Other Garments : r,
: here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
devotional was read by Mrs. L. M. ::: :
H. T. Vaughn.
i -- Hutson. Business was. discussed andit :: Satisfaction Guaranteed-Expert :::
was decide'd to call upon the absentees -
Pfc. Richard J. Burt, who has just ... .
: ,'returned from two years overseas in an effort to stimulate attendance .:. Workmanship .:F
duty in the European theatre of war, 1C
1 Attending were Mrs. R. C. Nowl- .C

O'Neal.is visiting Heand his mother 15,000'other, Mrs. Ralph ing, Mrs. David _C. Hancock, Mrs. :_: Hildred Brunson ::: -

W. M. Dozier, Mrs. G. E. Etherton,
MATINEE 3 P. M., MTE 7-9,P.M. Yanks arrived this month on the Mrs. Durrence, Mrs. A-. D. Rich-
I Queen Mary. ardson Foy, Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs. Thompson, I :: South Atlantic Ave.-Brown House Half ::

_Week Beginning August 19 Mrs. W. M., Johnson and children, Mrs. Hutson and. Mrs. Wylie. :;: Block South of Standard Station :!: '
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t Gail and Bill, of Canal Point, visit- ..' ...
Sun. & Mon, August 19 & 20 BRIDGE ,CLUB MEETS :
ed Mrs. Johnson's sisters, Miss Flor- vvv v 1. NN/N/1 N NNNNNN vv vv INNNNNNNNNN N INNNNNNN 1NNNI

ence and Miss Sally Graham, here
Monday. Sally returned home with Mrs. H. R. Hall was hostess to her : .:H:..N:NNNN:NN:..:NNN:NNNN:..: :NNNN:..:NNNNN/INNNNNN:..:.INNNNNNI.:N:.:N.
\ 1I'\ t Mrs. Johnson, after visiting here bridge club on Wednesday at her

with Florence for two, weeks. home on Arcade Avenue., Mrs. W.
\ C. Prewitt won an amber vase for
i SUGHTtYbAKtfFIfOQS Cpl. and Mrs. C. W. Stephens arrived holding high'score while Mrs. Jj W, ''II I '

this week for a visit, with her Ezelle received three glass place YOUR
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brant- mats for bingo prize. Stuffed tomatoes I: OWN

ley. Cpl. Stephens is stationed at hot rolls, marmalade and

} Cartoon News Tonopah, Nevada. The Stephens and iced tea were serve'd.Guests .

/ Brantleys are at Fort Myers Beach included Mrs. Prewitt,
frP Tues. & Wed., August 21 & 22 for a vacation. Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs.R. I OWN HOME1

"WITHOUT LOVE", M. Bishop, ,Mrs. G., '13. Thomas, ?

Spencer Tracy-Katherine Hepburn Mrs. W. M. Bullard of Gainesville Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. G. H. t -

P March of Time arrived, this week to be the house Small and Mrs, F., E. Conkling. Y .

guest for several weeks of her "
*f ;; Thurs. & Fri., Aug.MM B BV 23 M& 24 HMW daughter, Mrs. C. N. Chiistian\ end MRS. LEFTWICH ENTERTAINS :!: Pay like rent after small down :j;::

.. "XATIOXAli VELVET"with Mr.ed Thursday Christian. from The the Christians Government mov- WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONMrs. %:: payment on, these two-bedroom duplexes :!:

H \ Mickey NewsSaturday Rooney reservation to Sugarland Park.. R. L. Richardson was Honored and three-bedroom houses, located '. :_!:: i

Wednesday afternoon at a :: in Moore Haven. :!:
-; Mr. and Mrs. J. D: Leftwich. Jr., luncheon given by" Mrs. J.' D. Left- -
August 25 y
i \ R. V. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. wich, Jr., at her home. Mrs. Richardson ::: :i:
j Richardson were week-end visitors is the former Miss, Bette

t I: ,I I in Miami. 111Valker visited his Bloomer. The hostess presentedthe .*.' For further details see Miss Cam- :*.
\ father ,and the Leftwichs and Rich- recent bride with an unusual I
I'ardsons were the guests of Mr:s. guest book containing the favorite :!: ner at Moore Haven Hotel on August ', :;:
"'i1 "!' X11 1 ,y AROCLN1 stoning'SC01T' I Leftwich's mother, Mrs. Henry recipes of the guests. :: 18 from one o'clock p. m., until Au- : ,' ;
. I Struppa, at her home in the Gables.' The invitation list included Mrs. '
, I -' I 8THWABRICK'ELLEN DREW 19 six o'clock ::
" : I i \' RKO*AOia iCTOhi I W. M. Dozier, Mrs. E. J. Smith, Mrs : gust p. m. !
It Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery F. E. Hunziker: Mrs. J. C. Ziler, v ?

'l' : ; I Cartoon-"Zorro's Whip" No. 2 have returned from a two weeks va' Mrs. M. T. Bennett, Mrs. A D. Richardson *
., I I cation spent in Atlanta, Ga., and I Mrs r* r Veltri and'"Miss It ?
.. v
; -,'_- jIJ' 'J'i',4.'n:!' '.1...-rl L' '"';'(r', ,...?..:.,.' |North Carolina. While visiting in'' Libby McCampbell. I :11NIINN NN11 NN HN 1N11N IIH N II N:vv 1 NNNI/NN : v N1. IN N S Li.

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FRIDAY.. -AUGUST- --- 1'_:A'. 1fU.___....

Quarterhorse Show appointed Commissioners Evers, Civil cases, $151.20. I correct and complete report of all jj j Waldron that the following resolu-
Waldron and Townsend. From Governmental Agencies j fees, commissions or remuneration I
And Sale Labor Motion by Miner seconded by Hendry County II received by me as Clerk Circuit ried.tions be approved and adopted. Car-

Townsend that the bills be paid as Warrants and Capias, $2,787.42; Court and of the expenses paid, or II
Day At Wauchula read. Motion carried. J. E. Beards- witness subpoenas, $57.50; handling for which I have become liable, for ACQUIRED BY THE LANDS
ley, Service Officer for the Clewis- prisoners, $226.23; jury service, : the six months ending June 30, 1945. j DELINQUENT COUNTY FOR
Plans have been completed for ton Post of the American Legion, $23.30; attending all courts, $508.- WILLIAM T. HULL. j I FORMER OWNER. OTHE
the Florida quarterhorse fall colt made the board a talk on the dutiesof 00; attending Co. Comm., $25.00; Sworn to and subscribed before

show and sale to be held on Labor a service officer, the work that Commissions on collections, $336.92; me this 13th day of July, A. D. 1945. 1 WHEREAS Mildred Taylor has
Day Monday, J3ept. 3, at Wauchula.The had been done and the amount to be feeding prisoners, $1,449.25; guard (NOTARIAL SEAL) filed a verified written petition, or
Hardee County Cattlemen's association done after the present war. His I I hire, $515.00; committments to State R. N. MILLER. statement, showing that the follow-

are sponsoring the event. talk was appreciated by all present. Institutions, $540.50; miscellaneous,II Notary Public, State of Florida at ing described lands were quieted in
: A card of quarter-mile and other Commissioner Miner brought up the $123.79; finger printing, $42.00. I large. l the county for delinquent taxes, to-
bad condition of the Harlem road at I I Total Total receipts '$6,- My wit: .
short distance race:: will be staged $6,636.91. I commission expires March 5,
during Labor Day afternoon, with Clewiston, and stated that.R. B. Stew' 788.11. I 1947. SE'.4 of SWH Sec 28, Twp 45 S.,

25 percent of the gate receipts ear- art would repair the road. Mr. Expenses:: Paid and Due DENNIS SMALL, ASSESSOR OF Rge 29 E, 40 acres more or less;
!marked for first place money in all Miner was instructed to get a price Deputy salary, J. W. Powers, I. S. TAXES t N%-NE'/i and NE%,-NW'Sec-

races scheduled before noon, accord- for the repairs. Motion by Miner Bell, James Powers, '$2,260.00; arrest Report of receipts, expenses and Uion I 33, Township 45 S., Range 29 E,

ing to Jack Cliett, matchmaker.The seconded by Waldron that the sum by others, $16.38; auto expenses, net Income for the six months period ;.less 2% acres in NE Corner, 117%:
show, scheduled for 10 a.m.. of $150.00 be paid on the doctor bill $868.28; feed and supplies, $773.33; ending June 30, 1945. :acres more or less.

will be judged by three Florida cattlemen of Dr. Bostelman for medical attention postage and telephone, 6465. To:I Receipts From Individuals I And that the name and address of

-Milton Thomas, Myakka to Mrs. Martha Johnson, and tal expenses, $3,982.64. Clewiston Drainage, 411.86 | the record fee simple owner at the
City, Jerry McCleod, Arcadia, and that the check be mailed to H. J. Total receipts, $6,788.11;; total Sugarland Drainage $263.10 So.; ;: date of the final decree whereby the
John Clardy, Oc.ala-and will fea- Oglesby at Clewiston. Motion car- expenses, $3,982.64; net. income, Fla. Conservancy, $456.42; Diston!i i: title, to_ said lands became quieted In

ture five halter classes for each sex ried.A. 280547.: I Island Drainage, .6423. Total,':i! the county is as follows:

tin age groups up to three' years of letter was read from the Ball STATE OF FLORIDA ) I $795.61. j I[I Mildred Taylor, LaBelle, Florida
'age. First place winners* will be I Clinic, Excelsior Springs, Mo., in'' COUNTY OF HENDRY ss: From Governmental Agencies l I;1'! that February 23, 1945, is the date

judged for champion colt and filly, regard to the hospital bill of Fred I I, Bill Maddox, County of Hendry, County, $825.30; redemptions, 1of. the final decree under which the

with cups to be presented the two Hall, and the clerk was instructed' State, of Florida, do solemnly swear $4.66. Total, $829.96. Total receipts -, title to said lands was quieted in the

top winners. to make this up with the Lee county that the foregoing is a true, correct $1,625.57. I II I county; that the use to which the ,

The sale, first ever held In Flor- board since Fred Hall was not a and complete report of all fees, Expenses Paid and Due :'i I said lands were enjoyed by suchI

ida, will feature some fifteen foals, resident of Hendry County. The missions or remuneration received -I I Help, $600.00; transportation !I former owner at the time of entry

.twn-vPlr-nli11..- ,, --- ----' and -vouneer.- -. from- Clerk was instructed to hold up pay-- me as sheriff, and' of the expenses $240.00 ,I of said final decree was: Homestead.
the state's finest breeding establish ment to Halsey and' Griffith, Inc., the I paid, or for which I have become meetings;, postage$160.00., 29.64 Total; attending;I j WHEREAS, an offer is thereby made
ments. A catalog is expected to be sum of $126.00 in payment for a I liable, for the six months ending receipts, $1,625.57 total 1to I pay an amount equal to all taxes,

ready for distribution early in Aug- typewriter in the Justice of the Peace I June 30, 1945. penses, $1,029.64 net income; eX-I I Including municipal taxes and liens,

ust.' Col. A.f C. McNurlen has been office. Motion by Waldron seconded BILL MADDOX. 93;; total net income; to date,, $595.-$595.-lit any, which had become delinquent,

invited to cry the sale. Application by Miner called and carried, thatthe Sworn to and subscribed before me 93. i I together with interest and costs pro-

blanks for the' show' and sale may following resolution be adopted: this 3rd day of July, A.: D. 1945. / STATE vided by law; that in the event the
be obtained from the association RESOLVED that the County Com- (CLERK'S SEAL) OF FLORIDA ) I described lands have, not been assessed -

headquarters In Kissimmee, and persons missioners of Hendry County, Flor- WILLIAM T. HULL, I COUNTY OF HENDRY ) ss: :!j for taxes for the current year,
interested in matching their ida, having been advised of that cer- Clerk Circuit Court.R. I, Dennis Small County of Hen-! then and in that event, and in ad'I

their horse for the races are asked to tain suit now pending in the Cir- N. MILLER TAX COLLECTOR i dry, State of Florida, do solemnly dition to the amounts above provided 'I I
get in touch with Cliett at Wauch cuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial ''swear that the foregoing is a true,i for, that said offer shall also'in- :I
Report of receipts, expenses and correct i
Circuit in Glades County, and; being and complete report of all clude 'an amount which 'would pay
ula.A net income for the 6 months period fees ;
committee consisting of T. J. number 483-Law, wherein R. E. commissions or remuneration the taxes for current and omitted
Durrance, Jr., Brighton, E. L. Kurtz is plaintiff and Glades Coun- ending June 30, 1945. received by me. as Assessor of Taxes, such omitted years, such based on

"Geech" Partin, Kissimmee, and Os- ty, Florida, is defendant, which suitis Receipts From Individuals and of the expenses paid, or for I the last assessment of said described ,;

car Clemons, Kissimmee, will sift based on highway bonds and Auto From tags, 46250. which I have become liable, for the I I lands; all of said amounts in ac-

the sale entries and prepare the cat- coupons issued by Glades County, Governmental Agencies six months ending June 30, 1945. I L t cordance with Certificates of the
County, $812.45; schools, $583.-
alog. Florida, the bonds being dated, some DENNIS SMALL, Clerk of the Circuit Court and of thee
June 2, 1944, and some July 1, 49; Everglades Drainage District, Sworn to'and,subscribed before m proper municipal official having

WAIXWRIGHT LIBERATEDAn 1925, and Attorney J. M. Couse, $444.98 ; Clewiston Drainage District this 15th day of July, A. D. 1945. charge of the collection of municipal

counsel of record ,for the defendant $384.28; Sugarland Drainage (CLERK'S SEAL) taxes in case the said lands lie with- '
announcement was made Wed- in said suit District, $188.00; South Fla. Con. WILLIAM T. HULL, in (
having reached with the a municipality, showing the
that General Jonathan Wain- District, $386.27; Diston Island Dis- .c
nesday Clerk Circuit
plaintiff a basis for amicable settlement amount of all delinquencies existing
wright, captured by the Japanese at trict, $3.79; redemptions, $7.21; By Inez Magill, D. C.
of the
said suit and full years, such latter amount to be determined -. .,
'' Manila had liberated tax pale, $107.40; state, $12.52. Total :
the been Motion
fall of payment and discharge of the bonds :I by Miner seconded by by applicable millage forKK"X"H
by the Russians from a prison and coupons involved therein on the $2,930.39. Total receipts, $3-

camp in Manchuria. following basis,: 392.89. .).:..:..:..:..:..:..:o(..:....... ...;...!.o.. ......................................................................"".-:..-.....-S.........................y..oj.
-- Expenses Paid and Due f ';
Face of bonds and
; : '
Clerk hire
$420.00 ,
; car expense '
850.00; interest to October 30, 1941,
Minutes Of County : $240.00; postage, $7.51; dues and ,, ;
972.49; interest 10-30-41 to 6-30- '
ads; $21.00. Total, $698.51.Total .
Board For 45, $1287 atone half, $673.50. Total "
Meeting I receipts, $3,392.89 total ,
$7,465.99.The ; ex- : Let Us" I II
Month Of AugustThe penses, $688.51; net income, $2-
said J. M. Couse having recom- 70438. .
mended that settlement be made :.: < .;. Q
board of county commissioners this basis. and we having consideredthe COUNTY. OF HENDRY ) ss: '' ."Supply I You With : '' "' '
at the regular monthly board same, and'finding" no objection I, R. N. Miller, County of Hendry, I : ,2f 1... for.f-

meeting agreed to advertise for thereto and believing that such I State of Florida, do solemnly swear : ., :., ;
bids on a new dragline which notice settlement will be beneficial and ito s I that the foregoing is a true, correct .. .'.,; '.. :. '.
:. ,
appears elsewhere in this edition of the best interests of Hendry i and complete report of all fees, commissions : ''l '
the News. County, do hereby recommend and or remuneration receivedby y :'.
the State 's. '. I I
request Board of Admin
Court house officials filed state- : me as Tax Collector, and of the I

ments of receipts and expendituresfor istration of Florida to make pay expenses paid, or for which I have _*: WINDOW CARDS, ,' ); ; ,0;; y
ment on the basis of settlement become .
each office and listing the net liable, for' the six months ending *
above described 't .. "
upon surrender o
income for the period of January 1 June 30, 1945. '
it of the bonds and coupons which R. N. MILLER, s t.: "RULED FORMS ; 3:
to June 30 of this year, for County ". .
are the subject matter of the suit Sworn to and : t. /'. .. '. .
subscribed before
Judge R. M. Harris, Sheriff Bill above : ... .;. "
Maddox, Tax Collector R. N. Miller, named. me this 7th day of July, A. D. 1945.CLERK'S ':
Semi-annual "un :: LETTERHEADS t :;:
Circuit Clerk William T. Hull and reports required ( SEAL) i ,
Tax Assessor Dennis 'Small der Chapter 6815, Laws of Florida, WILLIAM T. HULL, ':' ." .:.

Here are the minutes: by the Sheriff, County- Judge.- Clerk Clerk Circuit Court, :;: .,; ENVELOPES I :;:
AUGUST 7, 1945The Circuit Court, Tax Collector and As- Hendry County, Florida. 's' .; > .s. '

,Board of County Commissioners sessor ordered of Taxes and the same were WILLIAM T. HULL, CLERK OF I :: >:>.i, BILLHEADS' ':" :i: .'
recorded in the minutes of THE CIRCUIT COURT .
of Hendry County, Florida, con- ,
the board, as follows: Report of eceipts, expenses and :: \: :: :i:
vened in regular session at the court : : f. '
house in LaBelle, Florida, on Tues- R. M. HARRIS, COUNTY JUDGE net income for the six months period or >" ,; HANDBILLS <.5 ).

day, August 7, 1945, with the fol- Report of receipts, expenses and ending June 30, 1945. :: ; .. ;" ">" .t i
lowing members ChairmanJ. net income for the six months per- Receipts From Irnlh'iduals i > : ,
: '
--e ;
O. Davidson, Charles E. Miner, R. iod ending June 30, 1945. Recording, $602.45; chancery, 's' ;.,': TICKETSI. : .
B. Waldron, A. J. Evers and Asa Receipts From IndividualsFee $166.70; law, $7.50; tax redemptions ::: ,,, o ',:::: .;' : :t. '
Townsend, together with H. A. Rider, for selling hunting, fishing, $157.15.. Total, $933.80. I. "," -: :.0'' ETC :ii-<1, *;:; '**; *;: ''\.. ::,'r.::' ).

and trapping licenses, $139.25 feej I From Governmental Agencies .. .:.
attorney and William T. Hull, clerk ; ::' :
E. E. Kelly appeared before the for selling drivers licenses, $48.80; Salary, Clerk to Board, $1,350.00; 's" .!

board in regard to selling the coun- marriage licenses, $76.50; probate clerk, Circuit Court, $144.95.. To- At a price surprisingly low'
ty a dragline and suggested that the cases, $72.25; fee for occupational licenses tal, $1,494.95. Total receipts, $2-

$7.25; beverage licenses .50 ,.42875.
county advertise for bids and then I ; "
:birth certificates, 1400. Total Expenses Paid and Due t
try for a priority and the following -- .1
motion was made: Motion by Miner, 35855. ,Inez:Magill, Deputy Clerk, $750.00;
seconded by Townsend, that an ad- From Government Agencies : postage, $28.05. Total expenses, Y 1

vertisement be run for the purchaseof Criminal cases, $1,456.10; fine $778.05. 9 F ii :

a 3/4 yard dragline and a twentyton :and forfeiture, 3.00, ; juvenile judge, Total receipts, $2,428.75' ; total expenses Y y I

trailer and bids be received at ,$180.00; insanity proceedings, $2.00. $778.05; net income, $1- .y.
the September 4th meeting. Motion: /Total-$1,641.10. 65070.

carried. Motion by Miner seconded :i Total receipts, $1,999.65 STATE OF. FLORIDA ) _; 2ijality Printing II.
by Townsend that any bills necessary .Expenses: Paid and Due '
I, William T. Hull, County of Hen- f
in ,
connection with Postage $20.00
administering ; office help,
veteran affairs by Service Officersbe $540.00. Total, $560.00. i dry, State of Florida, do solemnly''I II :;: A:s: i

approved and paid from the Pub- Total receipts/ $1,999.65; total ex- I swear that the foregoing is a true, [ J f

licity Fund after approval by the .penses, $560.00; net income, $1- x x .
American Legion until the new bud- 439.65. t ? "

get goes into effect. Motion carried STATE OF FLORIDA ) := =_= -
Motion by Commissioner COUNTY OF HENDRY ) ss: LET US ESTIMATE ON .:i:.

Charles E. Miner seconded by Com I, R. M. Harris, County of Hendry, Madam La Rose ='
:: ORbER : /
missioner Asa Townsend that the State of Florida, do solemnly swear ; YOUR NEXT ..
clerk notify the State Superintendent, that the foregoing is a true, correct PALMIST y A

Department of Education and the and complete report of all fees, commissions f ? -
'' ''
County Superintendent Board of or remuneration received by 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE : Y: .j I Iy

Public Instruction that the countywas me as County Judge and of the expenses :;: ":' :i:

ready to set the millage for paid, or for which I have ':' PHON' 39 :, :::
'1945, and that the County Commis come liable, for the six months be-I I If you ore lu ::: .,'' ::: ':

, sioners could not afford to monkey ing June 30, 1945. trouble doubt A '
around. :Motion carried. Motion by R. M. HARRIS. or fear, do not OUR REPRESENTATIVE ;
fall to see this t i 1
Miner seconded by Evers that the Sworn to and subscribed before me gifted Incly. .
bill of Miss Ermil Croco for this 12th day of July, A. D. 1945.
nurse for Jesse McClelland be special deniedon (NOTARIAL SEAL) She yon find rvlll your call :_;:: WILL CALL TO ASSIST YOU ii:is: ,.j

account of the statute of limita- SYLVIA 'M. HILL, ,\ loved cues by 'ie '
tion having run on it. Motion car- Notary Public, State of Florida name. ," '

ried. Motion by Evens seconded by at large. .

Townsend that the chairman appoint My commission expires July 20, INo one In trouble turned nvvny
a committee to investigate as 1947. ','hand For white sign.'NEAR. or colored ook for i THE CLEWISTON NEWS I ':'1

to the best service on equipment, BILL MADDOX, SHERIFF .. .:. I t
supplies, repairs and discount on 30 Report of receipts expenses and CORNER STORE

days and that the committee reportto net income for the six months period South Cle\\iston : !

the board at the next regular meet- ending June 30, 1945. t

Ing. Motion carried. The chairman Receipts From Individuals I c. ..jwj..j..2wjMj..jMjMj..:. Mj..j..j..j..*..j..xPAOE ..:N.1:N:N:N:N:N.N:N:H:N:N:..:..:..:..:..:N:N:..:N:N:.I:N:N:N:N:N:.L I.



I'! accepted, and that upon ,the- paymentof joyed by such former owner at the'I Motion by Miner seconded by Evers ty millage could not be fixed with-
J Minutes of County- said amounts in the total sum of time of entry of said final decree that due to the fact the Board of out the school levy, the Board recess
Public Instruction had advised their until call of the chaiiman.. Motion I
;' $3G.S8 a proper conveyance of the was: Unoccupied. Whereas; an offer'is
(Continued from page 6) lands described in said petition be thereby made to pay an amount) budget was not ready and the coun- I I carried.

I :at the time the title to said lands executed convej'ing' lands to the equal to all taxes, including munici-' I . . . ,
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became vested in the County and former owner named in said petition. pal taxes and liens, if any, which i,
estimates of the amount of taxes 1'!i RESOLUTION TO CONVEY LANDS had become delinquent, together ,
which would have accrued against I ACQUIRED BY THE COUNTY FOR with interest and costs provided by I I
said lands, had title not reverted to' DELINQUENT TAXES TO THE law; that in the event the described]
the County, said Certificates being FORMER OWNER. lands have not been assessed for ;( EXPERTLawn
attached to said petition, requesting I I WHEREAS, Charles Yeomans and' taxes for the current ,year,. then and I'
that in compliance with the payment Neva Yeomans have filed a verified I in that event, and in addition to the!
a of which said petition is made that I i written petition or statement, show-, amounts above provided for, that'
Conveyance of said described lands ing that the following described I II said offer shall also include an Mower
8 be made to said former owner, and I I lands were quieted in the County amount which would pay the taxes:
WHEREAS it appearing that a fail I for delinquent taxes to-wit: I for current and omitted years, such '
ure to approve said petition would I I i Lots 11, 12 Block 42 Aiken Sub- alter amount to be determined by!II
work a severe hardship upon the said division and that the name and address applicable millage for such omitted ,!
petitioner. I I of the record fee simple ownerat years, such based on the last as'j Sharpening and Repairs '
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED|I the date of the final decree where- sessment of said described lands; all
by the Board of County Commis- by the title to said lands became of said amounts in accordance with I
sioners of Hendry 'County, Florida,) quieted in the County is as follows: certificates of the Clerk of the Circuit At
and it is hereby resolved by au, Charles Yeomans and Neva Yeomans Court and of the proper mu-'
thorlty of same, that said petition be that February 23, 1945, is the date nicipal official having charge of the
and it is hereby approved, and said ) of the final decree under .which the 'collection of municipal taxes in case I
offer be accepted, and that upon the''title to said lands was'quieted in ,the the 'said lands lie within a mu-, MotorsFord
payment of said amounts in the total 1 county; that 'the use to which the nicipality, showing the amount of all i Hendry County
sum of $129.76 a proper conveyance'' said lands were enjoyed' by such delinquencies existing at the time!
of the lands described in said pe- former owner at the time of entryof the title to said lands became vested i
tition be executed, conveying, said said final decree was: Home- in the County and'estimates of the Sales and Service
lands to the former, owner named in stead. amount of taxes which' would have I
said petition."RESOLUTION. WHEREAS, an offer is thereby accrued against! said lands, had title( PHONE 93 CLEWISTON, 'FLORIDAFlamingo
1 TO CONVEY LANDS made to pay an amount equal to all not reverted to the county, said certificates -I
ACQUIRED BY THE COUNTY FOR taxes, including municipal taxes and being attached to said petition -
DELINQUENT TAXES TO THE liens, if any, which had become delinquent -: requesting that in compliancewith L r
FORMER OWNER. C together with Interest and the payment of which said petition -
WHEREAS, J. C. Jackman has costs provided by law; ,that in the'' is made that conveyance of I
filed a verified written petition or event the described lands_ have said described lands be made to said I
statement, showing that the follow- not been assessed for taxes for former owner, and WHEREAS, it Brand
ing described lands were quieted in the current year, then and in appearing that a failure to approvei j
the County for delinquent taxes, to- that event, and in addition to the said petition would work a severe ,
wit: amounts above provided for, that hardship upon the said petitioner. DAIRY FEED '
Begin 100 ft south and 100 ftW, said offer shall also include an THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED
of NE Corner, S 100 ft, W 50 ft, N amount which would pay the taxes by the Board of County Commis-
100 ft, E 50 ft to beginning, 8-43- for current and omitted years, such sioners of Hendry County, Florida, I' Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
"; '29, and that the name and address I
latter amount to be determined by and it is hereby resolved by author-I
} of the record feesimple owner at the applicable millage for such omitted ity of same, that said petition be|
date of the final decree whereby the years, such based on the last assess- and it is hereby approved, and said I Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users
title to said lands became quieted in ment of said described lands; all of offer be accepted and that upon the)
4 the County, is as follows: said amounts in accordance with payment of said amounts, in the total -
J. C. Jackman, Clewiston, Florida certificates of the Clerk of the Circuit sum of $38.55, a proper You Can't Buy A Better Feed
conveY-I' ?
that February 23, 1945, is the date Court and of the proper mu- ance of the lands described !
of the final decree under which the hicipal official having charge of the petition be executed conveying said.
? title to said lands was quieted in the collection of municipal taxes in case lands to the former owner named in! l
3 County; that the use to which the 'the said lands lie within a municipality 'said petition. ,

t said lands were enjoyed by such I showing the amount of all de Motion by Miner a seconded by Wal- -: ',
r former owner at the time of entry ofI' linquencies existing at the time the I dron that H. L. Johnson, County ,
said final decree was: land unoc- I.'title to said lands became vested in Agent, be allowed 25.00' from the ,
cupied. WHEREAS, an offer is I the County and estimates of the Publicity Fund in payment of gas MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA
I'; thereby made to pay an amount amount of taxes, which would have and oil to take boys from the 4-H
equal to all taxes, including mu- accrued against said lands, had title Club to Ocala. .Carried. S
: nicipal taxes 'and liens, if any, which not reverted to the county, 'said cer- '.
: : had become delinquent, together tificates being attached to said petition -
with interest and costs provided by requesting that in compliance "
law; that in the event the described with the payment of which said petition .. !\
lands have not been assessed for is made that conveyance of
taxes for the current year, then and I said described lands be made to said

} amounts In that' event above, and provided in addition for to that the 'former appearing owner: that,, '-failure and, WHEREAS to approve, ,it i ),: : -, .:.:,. ,, ....; : ; ; : .,: :' ; : '

said offer shall also include an ,said petition would work a severe ; '- "r';
amount which would pay the taxes hardship upon the said petitioner. ,
,'; for current and omitted years, such THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVEDby .
latter amount to be determined by the Board of County Commis- ,",,\;.",
applicable millage for such omitted sioners, of Hendry County, Florida, :
e years, such based on the last assess- and it is hereby resolved by authority -- --, Ip fOWrr paper i
ment of said described lands; all of of same, that said petition be !
said amounts in accordance with and it is hereby approved, and said
:i certificates of the Clerk of the Circuit I offer be ,accepted, and that upon the ( : C jr 91Ario LI '
Court and of the proper mu- ,payment of said amounts in the total -
nicipal official having charge of the sum of $20.35, a proper convey-
collection of municipal taxes in case ance of the lands described in said
the said lands lie within a municipality petition be executed conveying said ,
. showing the amount of all lands to the former owner named in
r delinquencies existing at the time said petition. % [?1gKloirfi /

the title to said lands became vested RESOLUTION TO CONVEY LANDS ,';' .:. .--.
I', in the County and estimates of the ACQUIRED BY: THE COUNTY FOR Z774
amount of taxes which would have DELINQUENT TAXES TO THE
t f' accrued against said lands, had title I FORMER OWNER.

not reverted to the County, said Certificates WHEREAS, W. T. Hull has filed
1 t being attached to said pe- a verified written petition or state-
tition, requesting that in compliance I ment, showing that the following described t
-a with the payment of which said petition lands were quieted in the
is made that conveyance of County for delinquent taxes, 'to-wit:
said described lands be made to said I Gov Lot 2 except R/W Canal, 5-43-29
ti former owner, and WHEREAS, it and that the name and address of the :
appearing that a failure to approve record fee simple owner at the date
said petition would work a severe I of the final decree whereby the titleto 4
hardship upon the said ,petitioner.. said lands became quieted in the .. ',
x THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVEDby i county is as follows: W. T.: Hull, i
by the Board of County Commis- LaBelle, Florida, that February 23, 1. .21
;, sioners of Hendry County, and it *s 1945, is the date of the final decree ; .
v .
> hereby resolved by authority cf
I under, which the title to said lands
same, that said petition be and it is was quieted in the County; that the With our war in the Pacific reaching is:::,; <.,'?\,,, j,
hereby approved, and said offer be use to which the said lands en- with "' ,'
I 'were ,climactic intensity, and peak move- .. : <, ;'

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Some of the employes stated that !1! The first atomic ;i.om.> on Hiroshima '. microphone. He waved and. smiled. iron rule, and threatened to enfold
Willoughby Dyess : of I Then he spoke '
Russia's declaration war
the company also was bidding on I another half billion. Now she is
Dies At Age of 71 another piece of surfacing on Road another atomic bomb on Nagasaki, i I "Ladies and gentlemen, this is the defeated-without invasion -but ata
29, scheduled to come up in the near : Japan's offer to surrender if slid j i great day. This is the day we have : terrific cost.
At Lakeland future, and might be here for sev- : could have her emperor and his 1 1'so been looking for since Dec 7, 1941.. For
i United States the
'I : I priceof
eral months. ,erign prerogatives, an allied decla-I For millions of Americans, for
(Hendry County mews) I merely ] victory in world war II was more
-..----- w ration that he would become hundreds of :millions of allied peo-, than
-- I their instrument. ,, pie, the surrender a million casualties, an expen-
i[ announcement
resident AsksContinued diture of
Willoughby Djess, pioneer Bitting some 300000000000.
I Surrender followed-at an instant signified victory, peace and the The
county, died Satur- (I I counted its killed or
of Hendry
when carrier planes of the mighty eventual return of loved'ones from
1| wounded at
day night In a Lakeland hospital ( from rage 1) Pacific fleet,were a few seconds from war. To millions who sleep beneath millions
where he underwent a major opera- agreed with Mr. Bitting that a higher the targets in the Tokyo area. stark white crosses, it meant their raids or dead more of slaughtered starvation. in air

tion a few days earlier. Funeral ceiling on sugar would be better So Tuesday there was reason for sacrifices had not been in vain. j ,Every 'step of the surrender
'negotiations -
Cervices' were held at the graveside than the incentive payments' given rejoicing. A war-wrecked world For Japan, as for already van- had been clocked from'
Tuesday afternoon in the Fort De- by the government. made the most of it. Three times :' quished Germany it meant the end the hour last Friday when Tokyo

naud cemetery, A. J. Evers offici There was no objection voiced to President Truman had to come out >.,of savage conquest and aggression! radio first disclosed that 'Japan had
ating. the method used by the corporationto on the White, House porch to greet dismemberment of an empire 'won 'oy had enough, that definite overtures I
to Independent 'tremendous crowds 75,000 people blood-spilling, disarmament and
health determine the amount paid oc- had been made
Mr. Dyess had !ceen in poor to the allies.
for their cane by cupation. Those were the terms of
growers Mr. Truman
but had not been read the formal mes-
tor about a year The the corporation. Among the figures 1 jammedthe I I ]I the. allied declaration of, Potsdam, sage relayed from Emperor Hiro-
recently. opera-
very ill until given by Mr. Bitting in his testimony executive mansion. They jammedso decreeing unconditional ,surrender,
tion was performed in an effort to fence''' to which hito through the Swiss governmentin
on this was that the corporation -| tightly against the iron Japan acceded.
prolong his life. For several days was paying 2.9244 cents per l around the White House grounds it I I I Once the Japanese sphere had which the Japanese ruler pledged -

afterward he was thought to be improving pound of raw sugar (44-45) against looked as if they were coming right i i stretched from Attu to Timor and the j surrender on the terms laid

but took a turn for the 1.8018 in 1940 and 1941. In' that on through, despite military police; Java and India. Once Japan kept down by the Big Three conference

worse Saturday.Mr. : time the price of raw sugar had/increased stationed at four foot intervals.The J| half a million people enslaved under at Potsdam. -

Dyess spent sixty of his sev- 1.2382 cents per pound and chief executive spent half an I I I I

in this section, Fort house costs had risen from hour with staff. For him .....!....................................-..-............................ . . . . . . .
enty-one years sugar dining his I I' . . . . . ...............................................................................,....!>....
Denaud and LaBelle. He was a na- .014565 per pound to 1.0415 per there was no personal celebrating, -t.

tive of south Florida and came to pound. even with. close friends. :; t.

this part of Hendry county :sixty Many questions were asked by the For days, the national ,capital had AVOCADOES
years ago from Arcadia. He has liv- officials conducting the hearing and taken surrender reports with com-

ed here ever since. He was a son of the testimony will be used to determIne plete calm and a generous portion of

:Jlr. and Mrs. William ,Dyess. the rates to be announcedin salt. ,At 7 p. m., not a minute be- '
Survivors are his widow, 'Mis. a few weeks. The hearing was fore'or a minute earlier, it gave way" I POLLOCKS and OTHER,-V ARIETIES
held in the high school auditoriumand -
to utter abandon. '
Callie Dyess; three daughters, Mrs. concluded in one session, I :' \ .
was .r'
Aline Browning of ,Fort Denaud, o'clock. Across the Potomac in the penta- READY FOR SHIPMENT '
before one
shortly ,..
Mrs. Marie McClenithan of LaBelle, gon building, nerve center 6f the : -

Mrs. Julia Hisler of Fort Lauder- arm ,winning war, there wasn't -,., .::, ., STANDARD LUGS .
La- War,Is Ended- I, any jubilation. There was no one I
dale two sons, Earl Dyess of
left except a couple of bored public MAIL OR EXPRESS
Belle and Albert Dyess of Fort De i
(Continued fronr. rage 1) relations officers answering phones. -
naud; a sister, Mrs. Martha Lang- W. Taylor predicted there would be I Raced to the White HouseAs ;a

ford of Tampa, and two brothers, no epidemic of strikes. the great news became known,
John Dyess of LaBelle and Jim Those were developments whichon hundreds of Washingtonians racedto I The Beardsley Farm

Dyess of Aha.Eugene any other night would have com- the White House to join hundreds

manded big headlines. Those devel- already massed around the grounds.Mr. .

, Vorhees H opments and surrender capped a Truman, accompanied by his I Phone 66 or 27R2
i I week packed with some of. history's wife, walked out, on the porch and

i Wears 13 Battle Stars most stunning news:' stepped up to a hastily erected I:I ..............'................'.......................................... .. .... . '. '.ftftfvftftJ'tAftfiffj'tAj'M'tf. . . .?.*?.&.?.&'"
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THE PACIFIC-Eugene R. Vorhees,

i 26, chief watertender, USN, son of ,l... .
I Mr. and :Mrs. Russell C. Vorhees, '

! Moore Haven, Fla., wears 13 battle 'V ," :
I Naval '
stars for action in engage-

ments in the Pacific. '
Chief Vorhees enlisted ,Dec. 7,

1936, taking recruit training in Nor-

folk, Va. He W3.s then transferredto
the USS VEGA. In ? November, ;.
1937, he was assigned to the USS ;
CHICAGO, remaining with the cruiser -
until she was sunk in the Battleof

Rennels Island January 30, 1943. L
While aboard the CHICAGO, he serv-

ed in action at Guadalcanal, New
Guinea, the Coral Sea Battle, and h kw \' '
the Battle of Rennels Island.

After the CHICAGO catastrophe,
Vorhees was returned to the States "

and assigned to the USS OAKLAND,
E the ship on which he is now serving.He r .

has seen action from Tarawa to
I Japanese homeland.

I Tyler Here For Road

Re-Surfacing Job .''
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(Moore Haven Democrat) -.-j'j ;.
The R. B. Tyler Construction Com- 1"W
pany moved equipment in here the ) i +. \ i
latter part of last week for the resurfacing .+,, $> 4'<. .V/:.)jl ;
J r q td SR % .
of some fifteen miles of "++.. '
Road 67 toward Palmdale and other

shorter resurfacing jobs in Lee and I .

Hendry Counties.CcIabIhI.. : -- 1 I ::

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