The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 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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451 STUDENTSLast signing of Japan's surrender, aboard DANA COMMANDERThe regular The city meeting commission, appointed, at the E.last M. CLOSELY WATCHEDA

the USS Missouri in Topyo: Bay, last
Dull as Fire Chief to head the new
Saturday, is now recorded by the

week's :prediction by Principal movies, both accurately and informa- I Clewiston Post of Veterans of volunteer fire department for the tropical. storm of severe inten-

Quentin Evans that the enrollment tively, for us and history in years to Foreign Wars was organized here city of Clewiston and a number of sity was centered this' morning .at
volunteers have joined the depart-
ten-thirty about 750 miles south-
for the Clewiston schools this come. recently by Clarence E. Morris of
_year would be approximately 450 In order that every school child West Palm Beach, Departmental ment which will have its organization east of Miami and ,headed in the

was substantiated by the actual en- can see this important event U. T. Commander, with the 'assistance of meeting next Monday night at general .direction of the Florida

.rollment last Friday of 451. Koch, manager, has made arrange- A. B. Wilson, publicity director of 7:30 at the City Hall. coast. The Weather Bureau said
Mr. Dull has had considerable ex-
that the north-northwesterly direction -
ment with Professor Quentin Evans the district.
The Clewiston schools got under- perience as member and officer in
a promised to hold good for sev
for all public school children to be
way the first of this week with reg- William Dana, World War 2 vet- volunteer' departments and it is felt hours
eral with a possibility then ofa
guests of the Dixie Crystal Theatreat
ailar classes being held on Tues- eran, was elected to serve as first that he will be able to give Clewis- swing northward.

day. Most teachers are now on hand a matinee at 3:45, p. m., Thurs- commander of the new post. J. C. j ton a well-organized and efficient

,and the school routine has already day, September 20. I Jackman will serve as senior vice- I 1 fire fighting force. While the storm was too far

This'momentous event will be commander T. M. Prevatt as jun- away when noon advisories were
been pretty well established.A The city had an excellent fire department -
shown Thursday and Friday in ad- ior vice-commander, Arthur Bongas given to give any indication as to
breakdown of the enrollment is for several but manyof
dition to the regular show. In ap- quartermaster and J: E. Beards- years what might be expected: the entire
as follows: First grade 61; second those old members have gone into -
propriate conclusion President' Tru- Bahama Island area, northern Cuba
'grade, 45; third grade, 50; fourth ley as' service officer. service and there have been no
man hails the peace in a brief mes- and the East Coast of Florida was
grade, 51; fifth grade, 35; sixth Other officers, elective and ap-I volunteers to take their places.
sage to the school children. alerted and ordered, to listen close-
grade, 40; seventh grade, 35 ; eighth pointive are: J. J. Wynn, post advo-
ly for further advisories. If the
grade, 41; ninth grade, 31; tenth cate; Dillon Hall, surgeon; T. M.
I A. A. Nikitin SpeakerAt storm strikes the Florida coast it
grade, 23; eleventh 27 and twelfth King Sells DairyTo Wynn, chaplain; G. B. Thomas, J. E.
I will likely be late Saturday night. or
grade 12. Lakeside Hawkins and Ralph T. Stalion, trustees Kiwanis Club Sunday morning.

The first grade is now having ; Robert Goedhardt, officer of

I classes in the Community Center Dairy Cooperative'The the day; A. B. Wilson, patriotic instructor Wednesday EveningA. Sunday is the anniversary of one
//j ( of the worst tropical stomrs to hit
and J. S. Taylor legisla-
) through arrangement with the management -, ; ,
, until the classrooms in the tive officer. the state in its history; that of Sep-

Clewiston Dairy, owned and A. Nikitin of Copperhill, Tenn., tember 16, 1928. At that time the
! new building are ready, about October The Clewiston post will be knownas
for A. H. chemist in the research department Palm Beaches suffered most the
operated many years by on
I 15. It is pointed out that this' the, Hawkins-Kirk-Gordon Post. I
need not interfere with King, was sold on Wednesday of of the Tennessee Corporation, was East Coast and the south, east and

\ arrangement this week to the Lakeside Dairies, a On Saturday night last week a the impromptu.,speaker at the meet- north shores of the lake were badly

use of the Center by other groups cooperative dairy group 'which recently post was organized at Pahokee andSunday ing of the Kiwanis Club at the Clew- mauled with a tremendous, loss of
since chairs are being used by
in afternoon an organizationwas iston Inn on Wednesday night.
opened a processing plant
students and can easily be pushedto
; life.The
one side for affairs at night. In the old 'Alston Building here. perfected at Moore ,Haven. Of- Mr. Nikitin, who is a retired army U. S. Engineer sub-office

the The new owners acquired the fix- ficers of the Moore Haven post were officer, chose as his subject the here had not been alerted shortly
view of crowded conditions at
' the present school the Community tures, a portion of the stock and the W. E., Cassidy, commander; ; R., W. building of industry in the south and before noon today but their organization -
! their Click, senior vice-commander; Ted he cited industry as the south's greatest is
I Center that the route from Mr. King and prepared to swiftly
management agreed
of the the I first deliveries over the route Wed- Uzzell, junior vice-commander and 'I need to progress and acquire the I when the alert is given from the dis _
temporary room by
use nesday. H. Clark Bell, quartermaster and economic advantages that subsequently trict' office in Jacksonville. The
school was one of the best uses to I
here service officer. follow in the wake of indus- Miami alerted this
Mr. King operated a dairy area was morn-
: which the center could be put at
this time. for many: years on a small scale I try. He noted that engineers and ing, aircraft being taken away from

\ : while taking care of his regular po- young men trained along these lines, the fields there and citizens and
., Miss Madge Cuffee of Norfolk,
; Va.. is arriving heie. this week to sition at the sugar house. Last year PLAN FOR REFUNDING reared and educated in the south, merchants making arrangements to

'' ,Pas Home Economics teacher expanded the dairy. by the purchase I for the most part migrate to the board up windows and make other
'' at north to enter industrial plants be- to
Circle cut down
'Palm preparations
of the Dairy property
and O. H. Skewes of Fort Royal Va.,
is also expected to arrive this weekto Moore Haven and since 'that'time has DISTON ISLAND BONDS cause of the additional advantages damage if the storm strikes. Lum-

'serve as coach and 'science teacher devoted his entire time to the busi- I offered there. These young men, ber yards have been told by the

in high school. : ness. A few months ago he made ar- Mr. Nikitin said, settle in the north WPB to issue lumber for boardingup

One or two more vacancies in rangements for, the pasteurizing of TO BE PRESENTEDMoore and rear ''their families there and windows where needed,> both in

the faculty are expected to be filled his milk and,, the, volume of business I their knowledge is lost to the South. the Miami and the lake area.
The southern states could provide
immediately increased to a great
I very shortly Citizens are cautioned not to get

L 'q7.j'1--...... extent. He was', hantjipped)) in expansion ( .Haven/-Democrat) I ample opportunities for its own; panicky-even if. the storm continues,
however, because' of a I I graduates if it were. only more industrially course
At meeting'of. the landownersand on its' present and if the
Fear Is Felt For a minded, he said; and in
shortage of pasturage and help
supervisors of Diston'< Island storm appears headed for this sec-
which is given as reason for sellingat I the future should concentrate on this tion in full fury there are enough
Widespread Use Of Drainage District to be held next I
this time. He will return to his industrial development.The substantial buildings in the com-
Monday afternoon at the courthouse, I
DDT Insecticide old position at the sugar house. a plan for refunding the bonded indebtedness speaker outlined briefly the munity to afford safe sanctuary for
The Lakeside Cooperative history of several outstanding industrial -
the entire populace.
of the district will be I
completed its organization, last Fri- leaders; men who began as
presented the A. B. Morrison
With the promise that the wonder and to executive -
day night in a meeting 'at Moore workers rose positions

insect killer, DDT, will soon be Haven and will take over the pro- Company of Miami. I because, of their indomitable Faculty and Pupils Of

available to the public,. some authorities established The Morrison Company; will pro- determination to succeed.
cessing plant here by
V are beginning to worry for Kurtz and.Sons who are now mem- pose a refunding on the basis of Joe Day and M. L. Pape were Vacation Bible SchoolDue

fear it will be used ''without caution bers of the cooperative. J. E. 66 2/3 per cent of the present bonds guests at the meeting.

and possibly cause some results that Thompson is temporary manager of outstanding, accrued interest on past to a scarcity of space in the

are detrimental.Mrs. the processing plant here. I due bonds computed to and including I II Baptist Pastor Has News last week the enrollment of the

G. B. Rackstraw, chairman I July 1, 1945, and face value of all I Baptist Daily Vacation Bible Schoolwas

of the horticulture committee of the Winter Haven Jacyees with the aid coupons past due and unpaid up to Completed Five ;Years omitted. The following is the

Clewiston Garden Club has handed of Dick Pope, stole a march on 'the I and including July 1, 1945. The I With Local ChurchRev. registration of the school:,

the News the following article of rest of the nation and staged the company is to assume all the costsof Faculty: Rev. H. C. Meador,

caution in this regard and asks thatit first officially sanctioned motor- printing new bonds which will principal; }/Mrs. John Pittman, secre-

be published: boat regatta since Pearl Harbor, bear interest at the rate of four per H. C, Meador last Sunday tary; Mrs. Larry Walden,. secretary.

By THOMAS A. BOYNTON featuring Gar Wood, Jr., Al Strum cent payable semiannually.This completed five successful years as Nursery Department: Mrs. F. L. .

and other top notch power boat plan would offer almost a1 I pastor of the First Baptist Churchof Dunaway, superintendent,

NEW'' YORK-If the marvelous speed men at Cypress Gardens on third reduction in the total indebtedness Clewiston and his sermon subject Beginners Department: Mrs. Gor-

DDT insecticide is giving you dreamsof Labor Day. and while it does. not offer chosen for the day was the same'as don Bembry, superintendent; Mrs.

t a bug-free paradise after the war, the saving to the; landowners that I that used in his first sermon hereas Joe Cato, Mrs. Wilbur Montgomery,

you'd better wake up, says Edwin was hoped it seems probable that the I regular pastor. Primary Department: Mrs. T. L.

Way Teale, the well-Known naturalist. sects. plan will be looked upon :with favor. "Only six people were in the -congregation Tanner, superintendent; Mrs. M. A. .
Teale fears that among the
who were there five Thomas, Mrs. H. C. Meador.
Despite the high tax rate at
tims of unchecked DDT
an cam-
Saying that DDT has opened the before," Rev. Meador said,
years Junior Mrs. Fred
in the district the indebtednessis :
paign would be the honey bee, which
way for a "bug blitz binge, he pre- of these recog-
probably none
A. Ii.
Sikes, superintendent Mrs.
is ;
such that the paying
with 160 million
dicts that anything of the sort will supplies America sub- :
nized the The sermon 1\1rs""
sermon. Broadfoot W. It. Broderick,
making little reduction in the out- ,
pounds of sweets'a year, produces
leave behind it a conservation head- For The Christian" -
ject was "Enough Mrs. Arch Hodges.
ache of historic magnitude, because valuable beeswax and, by gathering standing principal. The district has and the theme of the sermon:
Pupils Enrolled in Nursery -
been in the hands of receivers for a
from flowers stimulates
will pollen ,
the good insects die with the
was "When has the, Christian contributed I
number of "Buckshot" Cato, Sharon Bembry,
plant growth. honey
enough work or effort that Wanda Meador Dale
bad.Of Judy
bees, Teale estimates, 100-000
625,000 species known to science -
he is entitled to up or Dunaway, Billy Sikes.
, I he points out, only 235 have species of blooming plants would Ceiling Still Holds I During his five years qUiq".1 Pupils Enrolled 'in Beginners -
been listed by the U. S. Department disappear from the face of the and
Meador has had 115
1 Margaret Cato, Judy Curtner, Lor-
' 1 of Agriculture as harmful to man. earth. I,On Used Consumer 'j I 131 additions to the church through raine Dunaway, Don Giddens, Gayle
I Immense numbers are "fighting on Teale considers it possible that in is j I
I II : letters. The present 'membership Geiger, Windsor Meador, Martha I
our side" some cases widespread use of DDT Durable ,GoodsThe I churchfor
.1 about 285. Total gifts to the
Jean Nowling, Sandra Lee Starke,
'f Writing in the current issue of might destroy the good and leave local have amountedto I
purposes Tanner
nation-I I Sara Beth Sikes. Eugene ,
Magazine the evil. For instance, Hood River
Nature : he predicts that
for m sI -
Price'' and $17,897.49 and $2,532.51
local 'War Clay Watts, Donald Wickham, Elane
"given sufficient insecticides, air- orchardists in the northwest treated I ing Board warns that all used con- I sions. The church has been completed Watts, Mary Alice Williams.
planes and lackwit officials after thewar apple trees only to find that.
during his pastorate,' two
sumer durable goods. are covered by Pupils Enrolled ,in Primary De-
( "" and we will be off with yelps of I coddling moths were, killed while: I School rooms have been
OPA ceilings and that the increasing Sunday partment-Nadine Bembry, Wanda
joy against the insects." woolly aphis multiplied alarmingly.Dead : demand for such goods> make it added and nine 25-foot lots in the Bembry, Jerry Bolton, John Brant-

"Certainly a nation that over- from the treatment were imperative that the public recognize : block 'in which the church is located ley, Oscar Bartorv :Wayne Carter,
the ducks, drained the syrphus flies, lace-wing-flies, and I
gunned this fact and obtain from ,the office i are now owned by the church. Buzzy Christian, Sally Caraack, Her- j
then wondered the the parasites which normally keep I
swamps why About $3,000 is on hand in a
the necessary information by which man Davis, Ross Dunaway, Luther ;
". game birds were disappearing: ; a plant-lice in check! I to determine accurately the value of building fund but it is considered Davis, Norman Darby, Patsy Elder,
1"/ To those who snort at insect
; nation that started killing mother con
: refrigerators cook unlikely that any permanent con-
'- used furniture, Ronnie Echols, Willard Garrett,
seals at sea, leaving baby animals to servation, Teale replies that early for the
struction will be undertaken
. ', ing stoves, etc. Bobby Giddens, Mary Jean King, r
die of starvation by the thousandsand writers "confidently predicted the! i
next few
his house- years King, Nancy Moon, Alfred
: killed to the last bird the myriad wildlife of America was sufficient tc I Any person selling own Wayne
hold effects is covered and dealers Meador, Billy Moore, Shirley Mar
>t passenger pigeons; a nation that feed the whole world forever. He
"!I In durable : MeetingOf shall, Tommy Porter, John Perry,
used goods Important
consumer I
: r.-. drained the Everglades and then was looks at today's dwindling specie s;;
I must have such items tagged and Buddy Porter, Barbara Peters, David
? surprised at increasing fires in that and says "super-insecticides and improved Cadet Club Planned l
:.' their prices posted as determined by Smoak, Carolyn Smoak, Juanita I
area being
; a nation that slashed the techniques, developedin
q class condition. Buyers who have Snell, Tommy Suggs, Jackie Skin-
l.1 or
: forests, turned prairie land into a this war can mean to the insects I 1
',1 ,f, dust bowl, hunted to destruction what the invention of gunpowder, been charged more than ceiling price A meeting of all those who helped ner, J. V. Tanner, Mitchell Wainwright -
match; articles receive settlement I been call- Gene Williams, Patricia. Wat- I
species after 'species-certainly that the gasoline-engine and the I on may I at the Cadet Club has

L nation, on its record, cannot be ex- have meant to larger forms of wild. of three times the amount of the ed by the Service Chairman, Mrs. J. ton Shirley Wattoii.

.. pected to display much concern for life." I overcharge. E. Beardsley. The meeting, which Pupils Enrolled in Junior Depart

the Insects. A bugless paradise, he conclude!!3 For further details consult your I is open to the public, will be held ment-Betty Barton, Joyce' Barton,

"Yet all the past monkeying with would be a drab land without I ration office. on Tuesday afternoon at 4 p. m., at Billy Broadfoot, Dale Cato, Sue Corvette -

nature's buzz saw has produced blooming plants, without the son g the Community Center and is for Manning Carter, Christine

: nothing even remotely resembling of birds or the color of butterflie!s:; I A survey conducted recently reveals the purpose of presenting final reports Dunaway, Clara Darby, Leslie Dar-

the disaster that would attend the "a monument to man's unteach that there are 163 purebredi .on the work of the organization. by, Emma Jane Ezelle, John FInley,

Indiscriminate annihilation of in- able folly." i beef herds in the state. I I (Continued on Page S)

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 191iiiiisir
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it in the aerosol bomb form just 7-point education policy, five .of the worship and fellowship of our!i resulted in women being favored
open the valve a., wee bit and swish which points, if put into practice, church. _
I over men. It is believed that
through the house airily for this would mean the inculcation of our Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C.I plants will retain many
Men f is the best and safest method for children with propaganda favorable i E. Gericke, superintendent.* Classes'for women supervisors. -
use although results do not last to unions (AFL) during their entire all ages. I I I .
I quite as long. ':1 school life. Also, their first point Morning Worship, 11:00 a, m. A ,I .,
H Clark Bell endorsed federal aid to public edu-I nursery for small children is (: IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID
conducted -
I[l. we have chosen a strange way ,. I
.. that everyone else has had !i I, of making the Koreans: happy. The cation "which shall be based. on the by the Mothers' Club at the I j II I
: principal of equalization without j Community Center.
their say about DDT so it's about Japs surrender their 30-year conquest -i
discrimination" Get out your dictionary -' "What Have We Learned?" is the I
liberate the Koreansby
time this column got in two bits we '
and figure what theymean theme of the
\vor-tlj. If dust your garden keeping the Jap bigshots in their:, out minister's sermon.
V*ifu? at (when you can get any) don't ''bigshot governing positions while]!i by that-I don't think you'll I The Westminster Fellowship will Madam La RosePALMIST
I I like it. meet at the
I at 12:30 p. m.
forget that MUST wash the we assure the Koreans that the Japs
you I I I . everybody in the state fs becoming I ,
Vegetables before eating, especially will be permitted to do nothing but; j .
greens. DDT is only slightly less the will of the American commander. -|I cattle conscious. Director I ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL
Wilson of State Farmers markets is i 1r
poisonous than arsenate of lead. Ifyou If that.is true, then they cannotbe i CHURCH j I 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
the latest the
; use it-in ,the spray form around needed ,for a Korean could trans verbally boost grow-i I
mit with better ing industry. With the cattle tick Services every sunday: at 8:30a. '
the house to kill the bed bugs (of our orders understanding -
well under control and the screw m., at Clewiston Community It you are In
effective results.i
bourse: nobody has THEM) and the and more' ]
worm and the horn fly on the way trouble doubt,
roaches apd flies and silverfish and ,What would have been the French Church.THE /
;ants and what have you, keep it reaction if we had kept German of-I out Florida becomes a' cattleman's REV. S. D. MASOFPriest or fear du out I
;; paradise. And we are situated in rail to ne thus
away from exposed food even though ficials to govern the former Ger- in Charge.
'Iorm. man-occupied 1 I area of France? Just the choicest part of that paradise. -- gifted lady.
this is not. a particularly dangerous
She will call
If you use it dissolved in antoil I what the Korean attitude is-demonstrations Beef, hides, and; dairy products can ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC
and ,,
you your
become a basic part of our economy. I
then be ultra careful for this Is j in every city and riots 'CHURCH '. loved, ones by
its most dangerous form and can 'and near riots in sdme. We Amer- Let's keep pace with the balance of 'Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor name. "

,oison you right through the skin. j I icans can be awfully dumb at times.I the state. And don't forget pure- --.- I
bred cattle of types'suited to this
If you have any small children about . the AFL leaders of 13 Southern Mass-9:00 a. m. No one In trouble turned avrny.
climate produce more profit 'per I !For white or coloi-ett. uok fur
Steep the oil solution out in the barn states weren't even being clever, head than born-in-the-bush mongrels. Pahokee-11:00: a. m. bond elp.XALVS .
and the children in the house. If when, at their Jackson, Miss., meet- I'

i7an -ever are lucky enough to get ing the other day, they adopted al i FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH A survey of employees at the plant COURT HOUSE No. 7 .
of the Stromberg-Carlson Companyto South Cle\viston
H. C. Meador Pastor
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ferred men or women as supervisors

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Training Union-6:45 p. m. I

NEW.car. master.Subject Evening" : Worship-8:00"The, Ancient p.School-m. I I Ra ioand Electric Service i=: .

Take Good Care of Your A cordial invitation is extended to I.:. .A:. '

i all worship new comers regularly in our with community us during to :_;:: Home and Auto Radio Parts and Tubes :: .

PRESENT your stay here: You will find aI I!::: For All Makes :*:

car wholesome atmosphere and a friendly ,.
spirit among our people. A AA
The "Book of Revelation" is be- A
ing studied at our Wednesday even- :;: ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES :=;.: .

Bring it to us regularly for ing ''service, and to this service we :i: Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures Wiring ::
invite all Bible lovers to join in this i
PROMPT EFFICIENT ECONOMICALCare ation.service We of song have, prayer a very and delightful inspir- i:: ALL WORK GUARANTEED =::

time. Come this next Wednesday at I

: and Maintenance 8:00 p. m. : GEO. WEAVER and T. J. CASON i
The Sunbeams meet at the church 1'1

? Thursday at 3:30 p. m. :: Telephone 163 :;:
The P. A.'s meet at the church

"A good deed is never lost. He I,_, ?.
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8:00 Pi! M., Regular' Worship. i ,?, 'it> _
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The Methodist services,will be held I {

In' the Community'' Church.! This is,I I We are now taking deposits on' new

!f Sleep Well when a change of place of worship. Formerly ,
services were held in the Lt-// cars to be delivered as available subject'to

brary. All are invited to come rationing restrictions..
enjoy the fellowship.


David C. Hancock, Minister | Be Among the First To Own A New

x SUNDAY, SEPT. 16, 1945 fI"

This church has no other creed,

- I but the Bible, no other law but love, I[ Motors

BEARDSLEY INSURAN E and no other master but Christ. The i Hendry County
Agency only terms of membership aie'" the !

conditions of salvation-a professionof I Ford Sales and Service

;i Phone 66 or 27R2 faith in Christ and obedience to I PHONE 93 CLEWISTON, FLORIDAn.'A

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,Board' Sets 000.00. Total appropriations, $29- Subscnoea auu svror": to before me voted by each school district for the from tax levies, Dist. No. 4, $4.-
County 60000. this 6th day of August, A. D. 1945. district current school fund"; and 613.00; Dist. No. 5, $6,342.00; Dist
Millage At 5 1-2; Adopted by the Board of County R. M. HARRIS, Jounty WHEREAS, the school budget for No.7, $41,946.00.) ,
Commissioners of Hendry County on Judge Hendry Co. Fla. the current fiscal year has been 4. Millage'levy required for'bonds
Higher Than 44 August 7, 1945, and recorded in Add current ,taxes 2 mills on as- finally approved by the State Super- excluding homesteads*, Dist. No 7"
Minute Book 3. sessed valuation of. $6,808,980.00- intendent and is no no official except 10 mills.
The board of county commissioners Estimated Expenses, Veterans $13,618.00; total estimated revenues for the certification of millagesas 5. Millage levy required Ipi
in regular session last Tuesday Service Officers Fund, Hendry County balances and taxes to,be levied, required by Section 1076; and bonds, including homesteads, Dist,
set 51 as the millage for the fiscal ; for the fiscal year ending Sep- $31,157.00; less 5%, $1,557.00; WHEREAS the certificate of the I No.4, '8 mills; Dist. No.5, 1 mill*
;, i year ending Sept. 30, 1946. Thisis tember 30, 1946: Salary service amount available for budgeting, $29- County Assessor of Hendry County, Dist. No.7, 0 mills.
supplies and equipment, 600.00. giving the assessed valuation of the *Note: If
an increase of 1 % mills over last officers, I bonds were issued priorto :
' year. Clerk William T.' Hull said I $3,000.00.Total appropriations, Estimate of Revenues and Re- county and of each school district the date' the homestead amend-
,: that of thisincrease one-half mill $3,000.00. ceipts, Publicity Fund, Hendry County has been received; ment became effective the assess
1" ;' was added to take care of the Vet Adopted by the Board of County for the fiscal year ending Sep- THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVEDby ment valuation and tax levies should:
.:, eran Service Officer fund while Commissioners of Hendry County on tember 30, 1046: Cash balance carried the County Board of Public In- include homesteads property; if bonds
''/ county expenses justified the other August 7, 1945, and recorded in over, $1,052.60. Total estimated struction of Hendry County, Florida, were issued after that date only' tho
,,; three-fourths mill. Minute Book 3. revenue, except taxes, $1,052.60. assembled in special session, that the non-exempt property should be in-
At the same time the board votedto Estimated Expenses, Publicity I, William T. Hull, Clerk of the amounts necessary to be raised as I cluded. If in any district some
accept the bid of the Clewiston Fund, ''Hendry County, for the fiscal Circuit Court of Hendry County, shown by the officially adopted bud- bonds were Issued before the amendment -
Motor Company for a new dragline year ending September 30, 1946: make oath that the above is a true get and, the millages necessary to be I became effective and somo
.. for Hendry County to cost $10,900 Money to be expended for publicity estimate of the' balances and Reve- levied for each school fund of the afterwards, two lines should be used;
I and heavy duty trailer. $2,158 f.o.b. purposes, $1,000.00. Total appropriations nues of the Publicity;, Fund of said county for the fiscal year beginning I for each such district: one to give
,; LaCrosse, 'Wis. $1,000.00. County for the fiscal year ending July 1, 1945, and ending June 30, values and levies for the issue In-
. ', Minutes of the meeting follow: Adopted by the Board of County September' 30, 1946, except taxes to 1946, are as follows: I eluding homesteads, and the other:
-:,'? The Board of County Commissioners Commissioners of Hendry County on be levied, according to the best of County Current School Fund to include only non-exempt prop
.:: ::') of Hendry 'County, Florida, August 7, 1945, and recorded in my knowledge, information and be- 1. Non-exempt assessed valuationas erty and levies thereon;! for bonds issued
.''' convened in regular session on Tues- Minute Book 3. lief. certified by tax assessor, $6,823- since the amendment became
;;',' ., d'ay, September 4, 1945, at the court- Estimated Expenses, Courthouse (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, 530; 2. Amount to be raised from effective.
., .: -- house in LaBelle, Florida, with the -Bond Interest and Sinking Fund, Clerk Circuit Court. tax levies, '$25,930.00; 3., Millage WHEREAS, Section 1076 of the
.!'(, following members present: Chair Hendry County, for the fiscal year Subscribed and sworn to beforeme levy required, 4. Florida School Laws provides that
man J. O. Davidson, Charles E. Miner ending September 30, 1946: Inter- this 6th day of- August, A. D. District Current School Funds of The "A- certified copy of said resolution
,, R. B. Waldron, A. J. Evers and est on bonds outstanding, 1200.00. ; 1945. Respective Districts shall thereupon be filed with the
,1 L ". Asa Townsend, together with H. A. bonds maturing, 6000.00; com- R. 'M. HARRIS, County 1. Non-exempt assessed valuationas board of county commissioners ano
_" ,- r Rider, attorney, and William T. missions and expense, $10.00. Total Judge Hendry Co. Fla. certified by tax assesor, Dist. No. the board of county commissioner
;.-. Hull, clerk. appropriations, $7,200.00.: Add current taxes No mills on as- 4, $587,766; Dist No.5, $1,446- shall thereupon order the Assessor
,., Motion by Evers seconded by Adopted by the Board of County sessed valuation of $ None; total es- 943; Dist. No. 6, $373,470; Dist. No. to assess the several millages certified
K' Townsend that the Clewiston and Commissioners of 'Hendry County on timated"revenues, balances and tax- 7 i $4,515,351. by the County Board against the
"-..' LaBelle Clinics payments be discon- August 7, 1945, and recorded in es to be levied, $1,052.60; less 5%, 2. Amount to be'raised from tax taxable property in the county and
tinued with this payment. Motion Minute Book 3. $52.60; amount available for bud- levies, Dist. No.4, $$1,675.00;. Dist. the taxable property' of the several
::.... carried. Prior to making of the levy for geting, $1,000.00.Estimate No.5, $3,436.00; Dist. No.6, $1,- school districts. The assessor shall
'i', x :Motion by Evers seconded by the year 1945, the Clerk of the Cir- of Revenues and Re- 064.00; Dist. No.7, $8,388.00. then assess the taxes as ordered by
. ', -'", --' Townsend that the bill of the Taxi cuit Court, as County Auditor, filed ceipts, Veterans Service Officers 3. Millage levy approved by vot- the board of county commissioners;
:':, Assessor in the sum. of $295.00 held with the board his estimates of reve- Fund, Hendry County, for the fis- ers, Dist. No.4, 4% ; Dist. No. 5, so the collector shall collect said!
..---' up at the last meeting for expense in I nues to be received by the countyfor cal year ending September 30, 1946: 4% ; Dist. No.6, 4% ; Dist. No.7, taxes and pay over the same promptly -*.
,,' counting cattle be paid. Motion car- the various funds from sources None. 4% as collected to the county school
\: : ried. The matter 'of placing culverts other than taxes, said estimates be- I, William T. Hull, Clerk of the 4. (For the year 1945-46 only) depository or depositories to be used
::, in front of the R. F. Lewis property ing verified under oath as requiredby Circuit Court of Hendry County, Millage levy as reduced by county as provided by law; Provided that: all
" .. on State Road 164 was turned over law, estimates as follows: make oath that the above is a true board in accordance with require- taxes authorized herein shall be, assessed ..
{ '" to Commissioner Waldron. Motion Estimates of Revenues and Re- estimate of the balances and'Reve- ments of CH. 20722, Dist. No.4, 3; and ,collected on railroad,
F : by Waldron seconded by Evers that ceipts, General Revenue Fund Hen- nues of the Veterans, etc., Fund of Dist. No. 5, 24 ; Dist. No. 6, 3; ''Dist. street railroad, sleeping car, parlorcar
\i': deeds be issued to J. C. Jackman, C. dry County, for the fiscal year end- said County for the fiscal year end- No.7, 2.District and telegraph company prop-
''.,.' L. Yeomans, Mildred Taylor and W. ing September 30; 1946: Tax redemptions ing September 30, 1946, except taxesto Bond Interest and Sinking erty in the manner now provided by
I);: "' T. Hull pursuant to Chapter 2280 $125.00; intangible tax- be levied, according to the best of Funds of The Respective Districts law";
/I _' and 'resolutions recently passed. es, $250.00; sale of tax delinquentlands my knowledge, information and be- 1. Non-exempt assessed valuationas WHEREAS, the County Board or
f',:'i -,': ,Motion carried. $200.00; occupationaI'license, lief. certified by assessor, Dist. No.4, Public Instruction of this county has
r. Motion by Townsend seconded by $450.00; beverage license, $500.00; (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, $587,766; Dist. No.5, $1,446,943; determined the millage "to be levied
s.;,",, / Evers that the chairman secure a racing, commission funds, $13,836.00 .- Clerk Circuit Court. Dist. No. 7, $4,415,351. for the County General School Fund
;,.:' ',. deed from J. B .Hendry as decided by ; excess fees, $400.00; candidates Subscribed and sworn to beforeme 2. Assessed valuation including 'and for the district board interest and
:"" .i the committee and the board lead qualifying fee, '$200.00. Total esti- this 6th day of August, A. D. homesteads accessible for bonds issued sinking funds, by dividing the applicable -
::!'':: ; ing to, the property of Major, Lewis I mated revenue, except taxes, $15- 1945. prior to exemption, as certified ,assessed valuation' as final-,
:\::,; Evans. Motion carried. 961.00.I R. M. HARRIS, County by assessor, Dist. No.4, $607,076; ly certified by the assessor after
r: The publisher of the Hendry William T. 'Hull, Clerk of the Judge Hendry Co. Fla. Dist. No. 5, $6,676,674; Dist. No.7', equalization as hereinbefore speci-
i i; County News having, previously, on Circuit Court of Hendry County, Add current taxes % mills on as- $5,022,051., fied into the amount budgeted to bo
:;:,+; '.' -. July 27, 1945, filed with 'the board make oath that the above is a true, sessed valuation of 6808940.00 3. Amount necessary to be raised (Continued on ,Page 6.)
' estimate of thebalances and 'Revenues $3,404.00; total estimated revenues,
fy ',.": a copy of the estimated expenditures --'
" ?: as prepared by the board on of the General Revenue Fundof balances and taxes to be levied,
;' July 5, 1945, with affidavit of the said ,County for the fiscal year $3,404.00; less 5%, $404.00; amount III1IIII1I1II1,;M IIIIIIIIIIIIII iVtIIllllllllllllil III'IIIIIIIIII' ijlllllllllllll (,111111111111111 ftIIllllllillllll M II"1i"11I11i liilllllllllll
.; ,.' publisher according to law, which ending September 30, 1946, except available for, budgeting, $3,000.00.
'It.j'; ? said budget was taken up item by taxes to be levied, according to the Estimate of Revenues and Re-
t',,:; item and carefully considered, and best of, my knowledge, informationand ceipts, Courthouse Bond I & S Fund, EXPERTe
belief. Hendry County, for the fiscal year
L-i 0_ after due consideration of same, it
'''f',1-'- was upon motion of Waldron secon- (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, ending September 30, 1946: Tax
; deed by Miner called and carried, Clerk, Circuit Court. redemptions, $100.00; sale of tax
'f". ','_ that each of the items listed be and Subscribed and sworn to beforeme delinquent lands, $100.00. Total Watch RepairingALL
;:"'* the same are hereby adopted as the this 6th day of August,' A. D. estimated revenue, except taxes,
:'::,: budget for the fiscal year 1945, and 1945. $200.00.
: ';": ending September 30, 1946. R. M. HARRIS, County I, William T, Hull,. Clerk of the
, 'J;' Estimated expenses, General Reve- Judge Hendry' Co. Fla. Circuit Court of Hendry County,
, :t;;--- nue Fund, Hendry County, for the Add current taxes 2 mills on as- make oath that the above is a true MAKES I
, '::< fiscal year ending September 30, sessed valuation of 6808900.00 estimate of, the balances' and Revenues -
.. ; 1946, are: Salaries and mileage, 13618.00: ; Total 'estimated reve- of the Courthouse Bond I & S .' ONE-WEEK SERVICE
'. :'V; Co. Commissioners, $5,000.00; salary nues, balances and taxes to be levied Fund of said County for the fiscal
:;rrv" of clerk to board, $2,700.00; attorney 20579.00 ; less 5-$1,479.00; year ending September '30, 1946, except SEINOLEJEWELRY
:' ;: :, to board and sheriff, amount available for building taxes to be levied, according to
.. 00; clerk circuit court, $60; $1,560'-1 2810000. the best of my knowledge, information STORE
. oj->:: sessor commissions, $1,930.00; tax Estimate 'of Revenues; and Receipts t and belief. .
::- Fine and Forfeiture Fund, (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL
;(5 collector commissions, $1,950.00 r Clewiston, Florida ,
'::/;:,, maintenance of courthouse, $3,500.- Hendry County, for ,the, fiscal year Clerk Circuit Court.
.' 00 elections ending September 30, 1946: Cash Subscribed and sworn to before
{ ; and supervisor of ? '
';, \" istration, $1,400.00; legal advertising balance carried over, $8,000.001; me this 6th: day of August, A. D.
}:< and expenses, $450.00; .advertising redemptions, $125.00; sale of tax 1945. -

' ::' delinquent taxes, $100.00; expenses delinquent forfeitures lands$11,464.00., $200.00;Total fines estimated and R.Judge M. HARRIS Hendry Co., County Fla. 1illlmllillllllllmjlIIII I! II I!II I Ni Jml ll mmlIIIII l i[ II 71 lllIlIIlmilllilmlllllmJ Il 1I1II1IIlml1lilllllmIWmljjmllllj! I I i U V l !IG 1111ImllllmlmllimlljmlmmllllmlimiJm I III iC I i l!] 1 I V llm iJ mm ITV.II! r m
t... ', tax delinquent lands, $50.00;
f>\it administrative supplies and expenses revenue, except taxes, $19-; Add current taxes ,- mills on as-
;."y::,' ; $2,500.00 ; maintenance of jail, 789.00. sessed valuation of
f', $100.00; coroners inquest, fees and I, William T. Hull, Clerk of the 7716.00; ; total $7,716,420.00-1
W-*." costs, $100.00; maintenance of county Circuit Court of Hendry County, balances and taxes I1 lakeside Dairies
f-: cemeteries, $600.00; insanity inquest make oath that the above is a true 91$.OO; lest 5 %, $379.00; amount '
, : $100.00; general welfare, $3- estimate of the balances and Reve- available for budgeting, $7,216.00. I
fi..> 000.00; county agent (salary 'and nues of the Fine and Forfeiture El NORTH FRANCISCO ST., CLEWISTOX
3.);;'' expense), $2,000.00; contingencies Fund of said County for the fiscal Form for Certifying
";c, and emergencies, $1,000.00. Total year ending September 30, 1946, ex- Tax Levies Under Announces to the public that their local
.,: ,> appropriations, 2810000. cept taxes to be levied, according to Section 1076
G *?>:.' Adopted by the Board of County the best of my knowledge, informa- RESOLUTION' OF THE BOARDOF = plant for the processing of milk and. milk
':':' '. Commissioners of Hendry County tion and belief. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF
111; :. '., on August 7, 1945 and recorded in (,SEAL WILLIAM T. HULL, HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA, =- products is now in regular operation and

:;' Minute Book 3. R. M. HARRIS, County DETERMINING THE AMOUNTOF :::: milk users of the area are now assured the
,/. Estimated Expenses, Fine and Judge Hendry Co. Fla. 'REVENUES TO BE PRO-
:SJ;;' Forfeiture Fund, Hendry County, for 1 Add current taxes No mills on as- DUCED AND THE MILLAGE : finest and cleanest
:"< ,," the fiscal year ending September 30, : sessed valuation of $ None; total TO BE ASSESSED FOR THE
,>, 1946: Clerk circuit court, fees and estimated revenues, balances and 1 l COUNTY CURRENT SCHOOL
.'. ;. costs, 300.00; county judge, fees taxes' to be levied, $19,789.00; less FUND; FOR THE SPECIAL Grade "A" '
:' and costs, $3,200.00; justice of the 5 %, $989.00; amount available for TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT CUR- ,
$18,80'0.00.Estimate RENT FUNDS, AND FOR THE
peace, $600.00; sheriff's fees and building,
':'f...-, costs, commissions, bailiff, deputies of Revenues and Re- DISTRICT BOND INTEREST
;'.> and attendance on courts, $10,800.- ceipts, Road and Bridge Fund, Hen- AND SINKING FUNDS' FOR
.,j,', 00; witness fees, $200.00; jurors dry County, for the fiscal year end EACH OF THE DISTRICTS IN Pasteurized Milk I
(.fj fees, $100.00; other court costs and ing September 30, 1946: Cash balance THE COUNTY FOR THE FIS- I
'''ft, fees, $300.00; feeding and care of carried over, $50.00; tax redemptions CAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY
<" prisoners, $2,800.00; contingencies $125.00; sale of tax de- 1, 1945, AND ENDING JUNE jj and DAIRY PRODUCTS I i il
t., and emergencies, $500.00. Total ap- Clerk Circuit Court. 30, 1946.ADOPTED l
/ lands $200.00 at a special meeting of
., propriations, $18,800.00. linquent ; racing
;.'. Adopted by the Board of County commission funds, $9,164.00; gaso- the County Board August 27, 1915. JH Milk produced on inspected lake dairies and
Commissioners of Hendry County on line taxes, $8,000.00. Total estimated WHEREAS, Section 1076 of the
,'f August 7, 1945, and recorded in revenue, except taxes, $17,539.- Florida School Code requires that H brought to our plant here for pasteurizing,
':.j.' .'" Minute Book 3. 0 00. I "Upon the final adoption of the bud- *- bottling and delivery.

> ,. Estimated Expenses, Road and I, William T. Hull, Clerk of the get, and upon receipt of the certifi- .
': Bridge Fund, Hendry County, for the Circuit Court of Hendry County cate of the Assessor of Taxes giving :-==3 -
;" fiscal year ending September 30, make oath that the above is a true the assessed valuation of the county
jj Your of Our Plant Is Invited
1946: Bridge tender, $900.00; labor estimate of the balances and Reve- and of each of the school districts,
$10,000.00; maintenance of nues' of the Road and Bridge Fundof the County Board. shall determine by I
equipment, $2,500.00; gasoline and said C6unty for the fiscal year resolution the amounts necessary to H At Any Time
oil, 2200.00; supplies and incidentals ending September 30, 1916, except be raised for the county current
$1,200.00; rent of equip- taxes to be levied, according to the school fund, and for each district
}, ment, $1,000.00; bridge material, best of my knowledge, information bond interest and sinking fund and HOUSE TO HOUSE DELIVERIESr
$3,800.00; road machinery, 6000. and belief. the millage necessary to be levied
00; payment to cities, $1,000.00; (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, for each such fund and shall also I
I contingencies and emergencies, $1- Clerk Circuit Court. I show in said resolution the millage I

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on its present course should strikeus Empty, Stores." Forrest-Carter 1 mS. DURRENCE HONORED
The Clewiston News Mr.' and Mrs. Dan Allen became .
I Saturday night or Sunday morning ,WITH STORK SHOWER :
and Sunday, in case you need to the parents: of a girl born Saturday, .: ,
September 8. The. baby was named The many Clewiston friends of
is the seventeenth an-
be reminded, Mrs.
Friday In Clewiston, Miss who I Foy Durrence was the recipient
Published every hurricane Marjorie. Kathryn Carter of Atlanta,
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS,! niversary of the 1928 ] Qf many lovely gifts at a stork
south spent some time here as the guest r
InaEntered which almost demolished the \shower:; and bridge party given by'
of Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, will be inter- .
side of the lake with a big loss of ( :NN N:N:N:N:NN NON N NON..:N N N N N NON N N NAM ested to learn of her marriage August .J Mrs. G. E. Etherton on Wednesday
as second class mall matter I[ life. That one also struck'on Sun- j:night at her home. Mrs. R. C. :
tkfe Post Office In 18 at the Glen Memorial Church ,
February 1, 1927
1 I Nowling won a set.of bath towels
under the Act of in Atlanta Forrest of as
Clewiston, Florida day.But levee to Major B. F. :
March S, 189f. I I we have a substantial With Saluda, South Carolina.She \ 'high score prize, Mrs. R. M.' Hare, .
II II I now for protection, good roads for j 'Jr., received a sewing set for second ;
1 I if the jitters get too bad is the daughter of Mrs. W. P. l'
evacuation high, Mrs. E. C. Mills cut for prize
CARR SETTLE Publisher and the principal worry is property Carter and a'niece of Mrs. Ezelle's.He .
won a cigarette case and cigarettes -
Snbicrlptlon Rate-f 220 Per Year 'damage rather than loss of life. Our Boys is the commanding officer at Fort Mrs. G. H. Small won a bath
McPherson of the Cita-
a graduate
Advertising Rate On Application. towel for consolation. Following
del with post graduate work at the' J

....................................................................................................... in theService University of South Carolina and three guest of progressions honor was of presented bridge with the

Devoted to the advancement and welfare .1 was associated with the Federal the gifts and a salad course was
of Clewiston and Hendry County. Health Bureau prior to his enlistment '
? served to the
Remember When guests.
i in
'( Army. I The guest list included Mrs. Dur-

By Frances Nail rence, Mrs. Dare, Mrs. A. W. Law-
WTO j rence, Mrs. Small, Mrs. Ruth B.

5' I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:. AT COMMUNITY CHURCH j I Owens, Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. Curtis

I Thompson, Mrs..Nowling, Mrs. R. J.
the ..;N N M N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N N.N:NMH, M-IN M.IN IrN: 'woman's'
n (Taken from the files of The Association held its Lee, Mrs. C. H.. Berner, Mrs. H. C.
I Clewiston News September 14, 1928) regular monthly meeting at the Community '! Post, Mrs. Joe Hall, Mrs. B. J.

Registration of Junior and Sen- An interesting letter this week Church on September 13 |I Schroeder, Mrs. Billie Crow, Mrs. E.

ior High School students in prepa- from S/Sgt. R. S.' Dunaway written I with Mrs. G. H. Brown presiding. |i C. Mills, Mrs. L. E. Lee, Mrs. Hub

On The House ration for the opening of school, October from Tinian and dated September 5. After the business meeting the Spooner, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs.C. .
Mrs. J. He asks 'that we cancel his subscription .
1, was announced by devotionals conducted by Mrs. F. ,E. L. McLendon, Mrs. Elthea El-
E. Beardsley, principal. The remainder to the'' News since he expects to more and Mrs. Campbell E. Nail.
By D. C. S. Conkling, Mrs. J. E.. Beardsley gave
I very few weeks but
of the faculty consisted of: be home in a I
an interesting talk in which she out- I,
The sale of one of the commun- 'Mrs. Bert Tubbs, A. P. Christoff, it won't be cancelled so long as thereis lined the reading, which the associa- MOTHERS CLUB ,MIEETSI
ity's oldest businesses is announcedthis I Mrs. G. B. Thomas, and Miss Penelope a chance of his getting it. Says tion hopes to accomplish during the I _
she I a lot, especially I
enjoyed paper
week-the Clewiston Dairy own- I Anderson. local year. A study book and several The Mother's Club, sponsored by
the service column and -
ed by Arthur King being sold to i M. W. Bigg, who had just returned books about Africa were explained the Clewiston Community Church,

Lakeside Dairies. from a trip through Louisiana, news. briefly by Mrs. Beardsley.The met at the Community Center Mon-

The community owes Mr. King a reported bad effects being felt as a "I expect to reach home in a few following members and guests day night. Hostesses 'were Mrs. C.

debt of gratitude in the maintenanceof result of misleading newspaper weeks now," Radford writes, "Am were present: Mrs. Beardsley, Mrs. L. McLendon and Mrs. ,G. E. Ether- ,

this business during trying war stories in other sections of the coun- being rotated because I had almost Conkling, Mrs. David C. Hancock, ton. Mrs. C. N. Christian gave the

conditions, help shortages, feed try concerning the recent heavy finished my quota of missions 'when Mrs. W. A. Lewis, Mrs. John Ran- devotional and the program was

shortages, pasture shortages, etc., rains in 'Florida. The front page the Japs quit. Have only flown a dolph, Mrs. Agnes E. Marshall, Mrs. under the direction of Mrs.: R. C.

but the business was kept going and carried pictures of the sugar cane couple of times since the middle of Douglas Austin, Mrs. Shelfer, Mrs. Nowling.

an adequate supply of milk' -was to refute claims of heavy damage to August. Each time we flew around I Brown, Mrs. ,C. W. Fuller, Mrs. H. Sandwiches and iced tea were serv-

maintained at all times for Clewis the cane in this section. A groupof over Tokyo at a low altitude. C. Jones, Mrs. Joseph Robbins, Mrs.F. ed to, the following: Mrs. E. J. Cas-

'ton consumers.We officials including Miller Walker, guess we were showing the Japs we Carl Long, Mrs. Marvin Pape and per, Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs. D. C.
know what an effort it has I "W. C. Hanson, E. C. Cole and JulesM. could still fly. The last flight was Mrs. P. O. Thompson. Hancock, Mrs. W. N. Martin, Mrs. .

been to maintain this service. We ., Burguieres, vice-president of the the day peace terms were signed. I W. J. Cato, Mrs. Quentin Evans, Mrs.L. .
know that Arthur often 'worked I Southern Sugar Company, were also guess we put on quite a show for the M. Weetman,' Mrs H. B. Magill,
Japs but were pretty scared ourselvesthe AMERICAN LEGION MEETS
twenty hours out of twenty-four to pictured.The Mrs. C. E. Gericke, Mrs. Walker Ray-
first time went over becausewe
keep milk on your doorstep on I railroad Building programwas we burn, Mrs. H. A. W. Hedke, Mrs. L.
schedule. And if the' delivery truck moving along on schedule. The weren't sure the Jap guns were The American Legion met Tues- M. Hutson and Sara ,joe Cato. i

broke down and deliveries were a I FEC extension from Canal Point to unloaded and we had never gone day evening at the Clewiston Inn fora
J over at that altitude. Anyway they
little late he took the complaints inJ Miami canal and the ACL extension routine monthly meeting. R. N.
good spirit and kept on working. I Ito the rate of 1500 feet per day. didn't shoot and we made it back. Miller, R. B. Waldron, adjutant, NOTICE
1 "I noticed in the last issue that 'and M. R. McLeod, commander, of
Now, as we wish success to the desperately needed
Rooms were I
Lakeside Dairies who have taken over I( according to front stories as I, many of the boys have been return- ;LaBelle, were present at'' the meet- THE UNDERSIGNED hereby give

the Clewiston Dairy, we express ap- (! less than twenty rooms page, among the ing home and I hope"to be there with ing, in connection with the appoint- notice of their intention 'to register

preciation to Mr. and Mrs. King for' three hotels, the, Inn, the Watanabe them very shortly. ment of a county wide service of- with the' Clerk of the Circuit Court In
I I ficer. and for Hendry County, Florida, the
record of service to the
a splendid and McDuffy's Hotel, were availableto
J AMM 2/c L. C. Redish and Mrs name of "THE SOUTH FLORIDA
community. Since the declaration of fol-
I I winter visitors. peace "
EQUIPMENT CO. as a fictitious name
Redish arrived the first of the weekto
i I I Fishing business opened in Clew- lowing the Jap surrender, the Legion under and in compliance with the
spend fourteen-day leave here :
Jitters are already being experienced iston to swell the freight shipmentsand a has adopted a new policy regarding i I terms and provisions of the Fictitious
in South Florida as a tropical bring fifteen new families to with his parents. He is based in membership. Heretofore, only vet- I Name Statute of the State of Florida.
Iowa City, Iowa, and has enough
storm of considerable intensity blowsin town. Between 40,000 and 50,000 erans were eligible but now men I ELMO B. BUSHNELL,
points, 41 that 'he is now assured of .
from the West Indies and was pounds of fish were being shippedout still in service, may join.: PAULINE C. BUSHNELL.,
centered this morning near Turk's of Clewiston monthly. To quote not-having: to go, overseas.

Island, some 650 miles southwest of from the News "Sugar cane 'land *, i .

Miami. We won't attempt to make I fish is forsooth an 'unusual combina- Mrs. Marvin Morice was one, serv-

light of this storm for any which I tion but the two never-the-less show ice wife who did not rush to the BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER

breed in that area may be dangerous : that Clewiston is to become a city coast to meet her Marine husbandas
7:00 TO 9:30 A. M. 12:00 TO 2:00 P. M. 6:30 TO 8:30 P. 31.CLEWISTON .
to us and we've had enough experience of payrolls." soon as he returned to the States,

with them to know what they ," Simpson and Simpson advertised the reason being that he expected to

can do. This one, if it continues Clewiston as the "City With No be home very shortly. However he
I is being hospitalized out there for an
,:..:..:..:..:NNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NHNH.. .. .. :..:..:NNNN.. .. .. :..:NNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. :..:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. illness contracted in the Pacific and : ,
i I she wouldn't wait any longer for

i Surf I him route to to be San discharged.Francisco.She's now en '} ', : DiNE AT THE INN 4''. '

s ii Cottages R .. e ,; r-

Notice is received by the News FOR GOOD FOOD '

I this week of the discharge at Camp

Blanding of S/Sgt. A. L. Moorman

;1 :;: 9 MILESNORTH OF PALM BEACH } I x.;. after service of forty-five months. Steaks Fish Fresh Vegetables
; .. '.. I I Sgt. Moorman served overseas for

:;: HIGHWAY NO.1' nine months in the ETO-Med. thea- "V ..

,tre and wears battle participation
:!: :
.. '' : honors for four campaigns. He also -
Your Friends In Our
i : ,
:: :!: was given the Air Medal and nine

.;. : oak leaf clusters for his work as a
:A;: Spend your vacation at your local beach resort. Two :: bombardier in Italy, coming home in '

.f_., room efficiency, cottages Hotel -Rooms Dining' Room ;'i.::; November completion of of fifty 1943 following missions. the He COCKTAIL LOUNGE

:_: Cocktail Lounge. :;: was stationed for a time after that at

:::: .. .' ::: Buckingham Field in Fort Myers and Open 11:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M. 4:00 P. M.
: more recently has been based at
:;;:: -' SUMMER SEASON STARTS' JUNE':::1' <: :.,' :!: Avon Park and could make almost To 12:00

.:. .:. I weekly trips down to see Beth, their

A.Ii t son, born while his dad was over-

:i: For Reservations seas and other relatives and friends.
:!: --
I He expects to return to Clewiston to

:!: Write 623 30th Street Call 8940 :y:: make his home now that he has discarded '
the Army Air Forces uniform. SpVINGS 9'a 1

:%:: WEST PALM BEACH :: s s @ of SATFTV voua 'YO ,."':. I
From the Fairfield-Suisan Army -

,::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..X:_: Air Base in California comes word
that Sergeant Wilburt E. Surrencyhas III' y'pG
been promoted to the rank of +sooo, .
iii- F Q I
Staff Sergeant. Hj3 is the son of 9glc f CDRQ

i Mr. and ,Mrs. William Henry Sur-

FOR THE rency of Clewiston. ......

His promotion was based ,upon the
successful performance of his"work, / '

BEST IN FOODSTry which, with each military job at the fl savings

ATC base contributes directly to the

execution of the Base's mission of

dispatching high priority cargo, per- account is
A Complete Dinner At sonnel and air mail to the Pacific

Theatre of Operations via an over- / is I 1

water flight one-third the distance personalpreparedness

around the world. I' ,


Mrs. Ned Hager has, received word i

from her husband, SK 1/c Hager, "O.l

with the U. S. Navy, now stationedat ,
$1.25 and Up Camp Peary, Va., that he is expecting LL A' % against

a discharge very shortly and
that smile Claudia is wearing is the JUtr 1J
Service from the future.Clewiston
9 o'clock Short Orders direct result of this news. '

9 till 1 1:30 '.
With no reconversion problem at

t war's end, the Pullman-Standard Car ;
Federal and Loan
Air Conditioned Manufacturing Company was able to
start immediately on orders for 78
million dollars' worth of railroad Association

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..:..: o( ..:. ..%.x-X..X''X--X-XK..XK..XKK..X,XK( o(+XKK<'':"'...<. l Paul Slonaker, AMM 2/c and Ed I :son, Mrs. Montgomery, Mrs. Arch TO DING DONG BELL ; .
t s! i Gill, AMM 2/c, who are stationed i :Hodges, Mrs. Ben Bolton, Mrs. T. L. I
i. l-i.y in Miami, spent the week-end here I j ,Tanner, Mrs. William Parrish Mrs.A. Yes,. he's left"our little town
.,' YI" with Paul's parents. Mr. and Mrs.l. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. H. C. Meador, And -we miss that' familiar faces

I"" : 'PERSON1\L and SOCIETY t tt ; S. T. Slonaker.___ I I Mrs.Sikes,F.Mrs.L. .. Fred Dunaway Topper,. Mrs.and Fred Mrs.. .A Never real"a'character grouch, never anyplace a frown--

T. R. Ellis of Fort Myers and .Leon Bembry.
I t 8. Denver House of Ocala were the I' j Nobody else quite like that guy;-

_...._.._..._ _.._ -_.._.._.......-...- ..-...... .. .-.:.u.u..u.u.u.u.u.......... ."'. .. :.u.u.u. ._.._._. .J:..._.._._....:. I guests of Mr. Ellis' daughter, Mrs. RUTH CLASS MEETS i Nobody quite the same; .
; G>- : ;fatin.; : : ;: : i ;; ;: ; ;;;-X-: l Elthea Elmore, Thursday night. Mr. Funny ways, but he'd never lie..
. w fcf. Miss Renee Ellis has been visiting in Ocala and The Ruth Class of the Baptist I Yes, Ding Dong is the name.
business this week- recuperating from a recent illness.. I Sunday School met at the home of
> :- I I1's.V.. R. Broadrick last Friday He talked from morning 'til night,.
Was kidded by
Albert Mrs. Marvin Morice left Wednesday evening. Mrs. Fred Sikes gave the everyone;
But he was O. K., his heart
),;. Tuesday I is vacationing for San Francisco, Calif.:, to join devotional and led in prayer. Two right, ,
with her her husband, who has just readings'' were given by Mrs G. F. .
And he was always lots of fun.
f-:; Miss 1\1 : ed from the South Pacific. ? return-I Serson and Mrs. Broadrick. I .
c week-end hospitalized on the west After the program and business! The best of wishes, Ding Dong, ta
I returned meeting, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, the YOUr
I sun-I
\ Emmett I Miss Parmelia A. Bourne will teacher of the ladies class for the And all the, others I left

, his leave for Barry College on Sunday I coming church year, was escorted Out of my other rhyme;
I to begin her freshman y ar'as' al j into the dining room, where a sur- May life be fair the whole year thnrh

Mr. and Sunday for pre-medical student. ,Her. parents, I prise awaited her. The table was Good, luck, good health, for all th&
:: ,; moved to : she is en-l Dr. and Mrs.) B. A. Bourne, will, accompany laid with a lace cloth, centered witha time. : '
:', f Academy. her. cake decorated in pink and white
> Mr. and : I and bearing the words ""Welcome Laura ;1\1. Matteson, R. N.

. :,:;,.' visitors in .. Feldman Mr. and Mrs. John Lucaa and Home, Friend." Around the cake
. ,. where they daughters, Sandra and Patricia Ann were handkerchiefs, gifts from the FEWER TOWS
:;', : :Mr. and are leaving this week after a week's class members. Mrs. Broadfoot has
:r c' Thursday visit here with Mrs. Lucaa's parents recently returned to Clewiston after It was announced today by A. R..
,{ Vidas left Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby. I several years absence and her many Broadfoot of the U. S. Engineer office -
V:<; ; Mr. and : for Chicago, The Lucaas are leaving shortly, for friends took this opportunity to express that the number of prisoners oC
::2,.:'; ed to i their home. Ciudad Trujillo, Dominican Republic their appreciation at having. war assigned to this U. S. Engineer

:;:: where he has accepted a position. her back as class teacher. department has been reduced from
}:: Rev. I Sias returned A social hour was enjoyed after 200 to 100 effective Wednesday
; ; South Bay : days fishing Miss Margaret Von Mach and Miss which Mrs. Broadrick and Mrs. Ser- September 12th.
;'" .-'Oneal Pat Ryan have returned from Detroit son served refreshments of sand-
1-': Michigan, where they visited wiches, cake and lemonade to Mrs.
Lc-: Mrs. Leftwich re Miss Von Mach's parents, Mr. and Broadfoot, Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs.E. FOR ,SALE Six vene-
Billie Sue a four day Mrs. M. E. Von Mach. M. Cornette, Mrs. Joe Elder, Mrs. tian blinds Thor

':... visit in M. A. Thomas, Mrs. E. E.Kelly, Mrs. one
4)."' \ :'. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Christian. Mr. William Parrish, Mrs. F. L. Duna- washing machine one
r b..,U Mr. ,and Jacksonville and Mrs. Urey Waldron, Mrs. H. C. way, Mrs. W. A. Montgomery, Mrs.
{(:, nesday to S. Engineers, Jones,. Mrs. George Roberts and H. Fred Topper, Mrs. T. L. Tanner, dinette set. Call 149 -
':,' 'i- in Thursday. L. Davis spent the week-end at Pine Mrs. Fred Sikes, Mrs. A. R. Torbert,
F. Morrison. 1
! .... Island enjoying the fishing.Lt. Mrs. Floyd Andrews,. Mrs. Arch Mrs J. tc

\\L',; ;' r Mr. and Miami spent I Hodges and Mrs. Robert Hester.
?, ":,'. ;,: have been : her par and Mrs. Edgar Farrell of
," '. turned to P. Wynn. Atlanta arrived here recently. Lt. BIRTHS ANNOUNCED FOR SALE 7-room

If;,' \X' Farrell left Wednesday and Mrs. --
and three
Mr. and I Schneider and Farrell is remaining for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Browning house garage,

'4 ': :)' by plane for Ja her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,A. J. became the parents of a daughter bedrooms. Three doors

t!., : former make their Manning.Mrs. born on September 10 and weighingseven
!;:., :' pounds, nine ounces. She from school on Os eola
Mr. and I Elbert L. Stewart, Mrs. C. H. has been named Miriam Lorraine.A .
.,;;,; left Nowling and Berner and Mrs. George Mead of Ave. Will sell furnishedor

:. /r former Sunday from Pahokee returned Monday night from son, Randall Irving, was bornon be
f 1 1r I at Sunset, I Cordele, Georgia, where they at- September 7 to Mr. and Mrs. W.I. unfurnished. May r
:,' Mrs. H. i I! tended the funeral of R. L. Coker, Jr. Willis. He weighed six poundsand by appointment. Inquire
r::" '. returned I fifteen ounces. Both babies seen
far ? ,4" Fort' : Morsison are Cadet Dick Miget of Boca Raton, were born at the Clewiston Emerg- I News office. tf.
fi'rF' '.
,{ ( week for Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Duncan,. PhM 3/c, ency Hospital.
.' Mr.' and I they will and daughter, Becky, of Fort Lau-

tir !" 'va derdale were the recent guests of 1 "
t .., Mrs. Gorda Collins and Mr. and Mrs.C. = =_ .,. ,,:- ..; _
' .' I. I Kelly and Mr. A, Driggers.
: : Mr..and are va-
! s Hobe : of North I Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Chagaris have HOME FOR SALE
'' ,, here with moved into the home which they
uw&-'aeC*.. : .. .
., I purchased recently from Mr. and Two-story house' and five-acre tract of 'land,,, on \
Mr. and Keenon and I Mrs. L. D. Blount. The Blounts old Moore Haven road 1/4 mile north of Road 25 jun-
&'-, '_ dele, the week- i have returned to their former 'homeIn ction. 2 bedrooms upstairs and 2 downstairs with
; W. P.
Mrs. Edward
r : ': Fort Myers. large living room, dining room, kitchen and bath on
ft.,:. .. finished interior with plasteredwalls
first floor. Just on
::; :'. Mr. and
;; i
I other'conveniences.
,:: : to return of Palm Mr.. and Mrs. Carlyle Redish are cypress ceilings, large linen closets and
' V' t home in I j week here here visiting their families. They Good well. Telephone service avail-

C'l r I and Mrs. I. S. have been making their home in able and electricity soon with house fully wired.
K Captain Iowa City, Iowa. Carlyle, whose Plumbing in for hot and cold water-built in tub and

6; i' some I rating is AMM 2/c, has 'a fourteen shower. New cypress rainwater tank. Chicken house
! -, S die Field I Mrs. H. R. 1 day leave and reports from here to and fenced in yard. Three citrus trees to bear soon.

. Memphis, ;, for Miami, I I San Francisco. .
-: leave. : the remainder.: ContactB.

Mr. and Mrs F. r. Veltri and
; I daughter, Diane, left Tuesday for a L. THOMPSON
is !spending visit in Miami. They will visit for
with her I some time in Moore Haven with Mrs. VAUGHN and WRIGHTPHONE
J. J. Graham i Veltri's parents before continuing on
I to Mr. Veltri's former home in I

I Nashville, Tennessee. I II J J-.. ..... : :,' fI. _.....-:, .
;;: : : :rti'i'-
and children, '" : .. = ; : --u.,1\r----
returned I Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richardsonand
Fort Lau- son, Jimbert, Mr. and Mrs. R.
I a week. L. Richardson left Saturday; for Du

buque. Iowa where they will visit YOUR STORE
_ Sun. children of the senior Richardsons. Both Mr. \ 111M
:'. a week or ten Richardsons were associated with : ML/ HMKJ THAT'S
; Carl John '"
Riddle McKay Aero College.' /
. I .

', Mrs. Edward B. Turner and daughI -
Yi",;.-,' 1 i I Dozier and I I arrived this week for a visit with

;:;!'. Tues. I Saturday for Mrs. Turner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. /JielillfJ!
f, I I they will re- Herman C. Dyess. at their home on
the Government Reservation. Mr.
/" and Miss | ceived his honorable discharge from
t:.r{: I Wednesday[ the Naval Air Force, has accepted a l
=. i 11NX they will i I position as manager of an air field A P Fort
: Across From I Myers,
,t. ,":.. A C i1l reside there. in Atlanta, Ga., and the Turners: will ,

'<; : I' Wednes- I eventually make their home there. Postoffice W Florida

,. :

,,\ WMS met Tuesday, afternoonat ,_ .. :A. l.... ."'=r..,." y ,. J
: !!!)
I daughter, the First Baptist Church for the
I" .. week-end in regular program and business meet-
1 of Mr. and I lag The Agnes Graham circle presented -. FOR SALE
,; p4.Q A I I the program in the form of
{ pQ school days giving the history of the AUCTION
'" I and daughter, i j Women's Missionary Union, which I AT
from a I was organized one hundred years r
'....: '. NEWS Hendersonville, ago. Mrs. W. J. Robison, circle RIDDLE FIELD FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT
', Japan chairman as teacher, with the ladies
r present pupils reviewed what the 3rd
!.,:. as October 2nd and
1 Malone left t women of the WMU have done as
Cove Springs,, leaders and missionaries during they
c{. The past century. Prayers were offered Furniture, Bedding, Shop Equipment, Rolling R
with her par that the members as Christians
: Thousands of Items
p. Moree. Equipment'"
would follow the examples set before
them with renewed zeal and con-
} and F/Lt. S,, serration i ALL MUST BE SOLD

train Tuesday Mrs E. M. Cornette, first vice-
for Wash. president, presided at the business THE GREEN COMPANYClewiston

they will spen meeting. Following the regular Inn
business be,- routine of business the meeting

... homes ir closed with a prayer. Those attend- _., _
-- ___ 'z
:IIL'X_ I Great Britain. ing were: Mrs. Cornette, Mrs Robi- .

t -

SEPTEMBER ,14, 194Cr
:County Board- County, to the extent of $$1,000.00' :i Florida, on August 28, 1945, its estimated RATIONING SHOES
hereby determined that a tax rate expenditures as prepared by
of no mills be levied and that the I It and the millage necessary to raise CALENDAR' Airplane stamps Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, in,
(Continued from Page 3) cash balance carried over and other i same for Special Tax School Dis- Book Three continue valid indeUnlr I

received from taxes before five per, funds accruing to said fund be used }j tricts numbered 4, 5, 6 and 7, it is MEATS tely.
cent (5%) is deducted, using the Insofar as necessary to meet the hereby determined that the tax rate and Stamps PAfSRed
'. nearest one-fourth (U ) mM or expenses of the Publicity Fund.In of 3 mills for No. 4, 2% mills for
Science Is
now using feathers
other fraction or decimal ordinarilyused order to meet the estimated No. 5, 3 mills for No. 6 and 2 mills V2 through Z2 expire on September -, hoofs
and hair In the manu-
in the county as prescribed by expenditures of the Veterans Service for No. 7 upon the dollar, requested 30.
Section 1076 and has found the mill- Officers Fund in the sum of $3,000.00 .-I by the Board of Public Instructionof Al through El expire October 31. article facture in of BUSINESS plastics, according WEEK.to Re-an

age levies required to be as set forthin it is determined and hereby de- i Hendry County, Florida, be and Fl through Kl expire Nov. 30. duced to
L1 a fine powder by an undisclosed -
part 1 above; clared that a tax rate of % mill I the same is hereby imposed on all through Q1 expire Dec. 31. these materialsare

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED upon the dollar be levied and the 10f[ the property lying and being with- SUGAR used as process filler and reinforcer for
that the Board of Public same is hereby Imposed upon all of in the boundaries of each of .said Stamp No. 38 expires Dec. 31. plastics. :
Instruction of Hendry County, Flor-1 I the property lying and being in the i Special Tax School Districts on the

ida, does hereby determine that, the I county of Hendry, State of Florida, first day of January, 1945, and subject -
aforesaid millages on said assessed subject to taxation on the first day i to taxation. In order to meet I

valuation of the taxable propertyfor j of January, 1945, to meet the cur- .' the expenses necessary for the operation "
the year 1945 will be required rent expenses of the Veterans Service of the Public Schools of Hen- WELL DIGGING
and does hereby request the Board Officers Fund. In compliance with ''dry County, Florida, budget for

of County Commissioners of Hendry Section No.3 Senate Bill No. 160 (which was filed on August 28, 1945, Construction Windmill-
County, Florida in conformity to Acts of 1935, the Board proceededto I'with tho Board of County Commissioners Pumps
law to direct the tax assessor to assess of Hendry County Florida, Shallow As
fix the millage to pay interest on or Deep As 200 Feet .
and the tax collector to collect and to provide a sinking fund for j by the Board of Public Instruction
taxes according to the millages certified redemption of its outstanding bonds j with millage to he levied for each MESSER'S
herein. I and that of the Board of Public] 'I[ purpose, it is determined and declared STATION
BE IT FURTHED RESOLVEDthat Instruction of Hendry County as appropriated that ,the tax rate of' 3 mills LABELLE, FLORIDA
a certified copy of this resolu- in the Budget heretofore (upon the dollar be levied and assessed -
tion be forthwith transmitted to and I and the same is hereby imposed __
adopted as follows: in order to meet f -..--,., -r
filed with the Board of County Com- all of the and _.
the necessary expenditures of the i upon property lying l ';"'" -j;
missioners of Hendry County, Flor- Courthouse Bond Interest and Sinking :- i(I being in Hendry County, Florida,

ida; Fund, to retire Courthouse I I(subject I to taxation, on the first day:
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED 10f January, 1945, to meet the estimated -
Bonds and pay interest when due and Flamingo Brand
of this resolutionbe
that a second copy expenses of the General School
forthwith transmitted to and filed create a sinking fund in the sum of I j I
I i I Fund. In order to meet the neces-
it is determined and here-
with the State Superintendent of sary expenditures of the South Florida -
by declared that a tax rate of 1 mill'upon
Public Instruction, Tallahassee, Flor- Conservancy District, in the sum DAIRY
the dollar be levied and assess-i I I FEED
of the official Hof
ida, to a part 16298.33 it is determined and
ed and the same is hereby imposed i
which is in his file
hereby declared that a tax rate for
and that another copy by filed with upon all the property lying and being -'!! dept service at ,$1.25 per acre and a Roughage and
and become a part of the official in Hendry County, Florida, sub maintenance tax of $2.50 per acre be Concentrated Feeds I-
budget in the files of the said Coun- ject to taxation, on the first day of levied persuant'to the provisions of

ty Board of Public Instruction. January, 1945, to meet the esti- the laws of Florida, and particularlythe Manufactured in Florida for Florida
mated expenditures as placed in the Users
Approved: E. M. CORNETTE, provisions of House Bill No. 1122,
budget for the Courthouse Bond In-
Chairman, Board of Public
Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941, and
Instruction Hendry County, terest and Sinking Fund. Estimates certificate of levy by the Board of You Can't Buy A Better FeedFOR
having been filed with the
Florida. I Supervisors of the South Florida
Board of County Commissioners of
Attest C. E. WEAVER,
: Conservancy District dated
May ,
Hendry County, Florida, by the Boardof i SALE IN THIS AREA AT.DEHYDRATING
Secretary, Board of Public ,I 1945, and filed with the Board of
Instruction Hendry County, Public Instruction of Hendry County Commissioners of Hendry MOORE HAVEN
County, Florida, requesting that the,
Florida. [ County, Florida, on June 4, 1945.In .
DATED this 27th day of August, millage so set forth in ,its budget be
1945. levied and assessed against the prop order to meet the estimated ex- WOBURN. CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) ,.
penditures of the Sugarland Drainage
STATE OF FLORIDA ) erty lying and being within the
) boundaries of Special Tax School j District, in the sum of 13154.44 MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA \

COUNTY OF HENDRY ) Districts 4, and 5, and 7, with Spec-1 (Continued on Page 7)

I, C. E. Weaver, LaBelle, Florida,

Superintendent of Public Instruc- --..- ...---r.._. '.. .
tion and ex-officio Secretary of the -- -

Board of Public Instruction of Hen- rf .

dry County, Florida, do hereby cer- :
tify that the above and foregoing is J

a full, true and complete copy of a

resolution to be assessed determining for the County.the millages Cur- :::, ,. NOW on their i Yi'M

rent School Fund, for the Special way to you! .

Tax District Current Funds and for
-the District Bond Interest and Sink- .
ing Fund for the fiscal year 194546to : ,
provide necessary revenues for > ': '-'= "
: ; ,
operating costs and debt services of .f'" ,,

the public schools of Hendry County, i
Florida, passed and adopted by the : : :'* THE FINE'STJ:
Board of Public Instruction of Hen-
"l' '" "" ', 'i. .
1945.dry County, Florida, August 27, ; :, ", .':

my hand and affixed the seal of the p
said Board of Public Instruction of

i Hendry County, Florida, this 27th.
day of August, 1945

Instruction.Superintendent of Public. .

There being no revenue to be de- .

rived from any other source in remaining .,
funds, except taxes, no estimates ,
filed by the clerk in'same..
In order to meet the estimated

expenditures of the General Revenue : EVER
v Fund in the sum of $28,100.00 it is 'iHAS MADEf'! / ,

determined and hereby declared thata ''i : :
tax rate of 2 mills upon the dollar : :

be levied and the same is hereby

imposed upon all .of the property ,

lying and ,being in the county of I

Hendry, State of Florida, subject to I.' "

taxation on the first day of January We're losing no time in rushing to Good Gulf You will know these ,
! 1945, to meet the current expensesof your powerful NEW GULF GASO- f

the county and to provide suf- Station ample supplies of the best gasolines ever LINES by the same, identical names Gulf gave its J; '.

ficient funds for the various items sold at the Sign of the Gulf Orange Disc. fine motor fuels of an earlier day '/1-",
placed for the General Revenue

Fund hereinbefore set forth. In or- The Orange Disc has always stood for superior h "
der to meet the estimated '
expendi- petroleum products. Now, with victory, Gulf's wartime '' : _
tures '
of the Road '
and '
Bridge Fund ,
:: : :
for keeping the county roads in good research and experience have produced gaso THAT GOOD GULF.':, .: ..>: \

condition and to provide 'other roads lines to bring and \ : : "
power smoothness to your driving .:. .
when necessary, and for the con- and I ;: : :':
such as have before
you never -
struction and repairs of bridges, and experIenced.'f.: _

other of $29,600.00 necessary it expenses is determined, in the sum and w Gasolines that assure you quicker starting GULF N 0-N OX. ':;; <.,,. i

hereby declared that a tax rate of 2 surging power in pick-up. and "get-up-and-go"

I mills upon the dollar be levied and on hills without ping or knock swift, smooth,
assessed and the same is hereby They're proud names both of them
J imposed upon all of the property gliding ease on the straight-away and record ; ,

lying and being in the County of mileage per gallon. backed to the hilt by the Gulf organ'atlonAnd

Hendry, State of Florida, subject to
taxation on the first day of Janu- as new engines come from the drafting

ary, 1945, to meet the current ex- boards, placing new requirements on motor fuels, ', : J
penses of the county for the 'Road .
Gulf gasolines will be
on hand to meet their
and Bridge Fund as estimated in "i:

the budget. In order to meet the challenge. :
necessary expenditures
as estimatedfor .
the Fine and Forfeiture Fund in fd ""+,
the sum of $18,800.00 it is determined ;,;, f:'? Afow ih ,
and hereby declared that a tax ; $, y&u can go, '): I
rate of no mills I ,
upon the dollar be ;
levied and assessed and the same is
hereby Imposed upon all of the prop- 90

erty lying and being in Hendry .

County, State of Florida, subject to ..,'., .
taxation, on the first day of Janu- ./.y.
ary, 1945, to meet the,,estimated ex- :; .
penditures as placed in the budget ,
for the Fine and, Forfeiture Fund.
In-order to meet the I
necessary expenditures -
of the Publicity Fund for
the purpose of advertising Hendry

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14 1945 PAGES

time for receiving bids for the pur- J, O. Davidson, Chairman. tion for the month of July.
County Board- chase of dragline and trailer be clos- Attest: Hendry County's gasoline con- I

ed and that no more bids be received. William T. Hull, Clerk. I sumption for the month was listed F. Deane Duff
(Continued from. Page 6) Motion carried. Two sealed as 118,378 gallons and kerosene 19- J

lal Tax School District No. 7 to be bids having been received the same Sale Of Drivers I 117 gallons. The total for the state I JI REGISTERED BROKER REAL ESTATE-

divided into the funds viz:, No. 1 were opened and tabulated as follows was given as 27,683,552 gallons of

\ and No. 2 for the purpose of retir- : Licenses Going Slow I gasoline and 3,748,177 of kerosene. ,. Glade County, Hendry Lands untl for More' Than Bench

ing the bonds and paying the intereston Board of County Commissioners, -- I I J I 23earlf
same when due, in each of said Hendry County, Florida. i I
(Hendry; County News) Everglades Cattle
districts, it is hereby determinedthat Gentlemen: I I
the tax rate herein set forth be In accordance with your request, According to a late tally releasedby Association Meet II

and the same is hereby imposed up- we are pleased to offer you' the fol- County Judge R. M. Harris, a total -

on all of the property lying and be- lowing quotations: One Model 255A of 474 driver licenses have been Here SaturdayHendry I I

ing within the boundaries of each of 3/4 yard P & H Dragline equippedwith sold from Sept. 4, the day on which I I I GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO.
said districts on the first day of 3/4 yard dragline bucket, a 35 -
( News i
they were first offered for sale. j County )
January, 1945, millage requested, foot boom with bronze bearing G. Nottingham-Agent
This total represents the There will be a meeting of the i
levied in each of the above districts, Sleeves: powered with a Waukesha sale Box 6327 -
No.4, 8 mills, Old 5, 1 mill; No. 7 6 MZP 61 H P motor and 20" grouser through Saturday night at Clewiston; Everglades, Cattle Association Saturday Clewiston .
Sept. 22, beginning at 3 m., I j Florida
and through Tuesday morning here. p.
Fund No. 1 % mills Fund No. 2, 9 Vt. shoes; -$11,008.28. For 26"
I for in the courtroom on the second floorof I
Of this number 391 were opera-
mills, the Board ,of Public Instruc- Grouser shoes add $185.00 extra.

tion of Hendry County, Florida, hav- : One 20-ton Lacross trailer, $1,230.00. .- tors and 83 for chauffers.The the court house. 1 I I I ..........,., .
ing filed with the Board of County All prices are f.o.b. LaBelle, first. two new permits were: All members of the association, and II -

Commissioners of Hendry County, Florida. -4' :, 5* purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Frank i j those 'Interested are invited to be --

for debt service and the sum of $13- Cothern, who now live in Tampa. i present. Miss Ida Taylor succeeds 1 I Johnson's Fish
Very truly; yours, Mrs. Vera McCall in acting as clerk. Camp
Judge Haris said that no licenses I
154.44 for maintenance, making a P. A. Neff Machinery, I
total of $26,308.88, it is determinedthat By W. B. Herlocker. would be sold in Clewiston after I I IR I (Near Hurricane Gate) .

a tax levy be made pursuant to i The above prices include the supervision Oct. 1, which is the deadline for i :'. N. Miller Honored -' I I Clewiston, Fla.
the provisions of the laws of Flor- driving on tbe old 1944-45 permit. i Boats and \Iotors-Gulde Service
of the unloading of the .
ida, and particularly the provisions' equipment and the instruction of After that date those who apply for I!'By 'American ,LegionHendry Rates Reasonable I

::1; of Chapter 18287, Laws of Florida, your operator as to the care, main- a new license must appear at Judge'Harris' !" W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
:: 1937 and certificate of levy office in the courthouse and
Acts of ,
and operation by our factory ( County News)
f' by the Board of Supervisors of the must first take a driver's examination -
representative.Board R. N. Miller was appointed to represent I. . . . . . . .
State Road
given by Patrolman ..
,i : Drainage District dated J .
Sugarland I of County; Commissioners, this district of the American I..NNNN. .NNNNNNN. . .NNNNNNNNNNNNN. . . .
J July 2, 1934, and filed with the R. E. Hamrick before a license can! :::
Florida. '
Hendry County, be issu d. Legion at the national convention I' tI
Board of County Commissioners of
Gentlemen: which will take place Nov. 18 19,
E Hendry County, Florida, on July 2, Motorists are warned if they wish'to :: TAXICABSDAY j i:
In accordance with ;your legal ad- 20, next: in Chicago. I
:1945. avoid the inconvenience of taking -
! vertisement we are pleased to submit :Mr. :Miller, who is service officer ::_: AND NITE SERVICE +|
In order to meet the estimated expenditures a driver test it is necessary to, I y
the following quotation on equip- for the local DanaHowardWeekleyPost
of the Clewiston Drainage purchase the new 1945-46 driver license I ,3: PHONE 18FLOWERS :;:
No. 130 will the
ment: represent
District, in the sum of $4,011.45 before Oct. 1. Licenses are I I z'. . . . . . .'..'
i ... ..
combined Glades .
We propose to furnish: One (1) posts of Hendry, I.NN. .--.NN. .' .N.NNNN. .M,1N NH.N.NNN. ,
I for debt service and the sum of $9- being sold in Clewiston at the Sugar-I .r
new latest model Lorain L-41 Com- Charlotte, DeSoto and Sarasota coun- l
690.45 for maintenance, making a land Service Station.
, bination Clamshell & Dragline (without ties as assistant district national I
total of $13,637.79, it is determined I .
buckets) of not under full 3/4 committeeman.
,that a tax levy be made pursuant to yard capacity, complete with 30' pin Gas And Kerosene ____ __ ___ i i I I
the provisions of the laws of Flor- i I
connected two-piece boom; latest' I A ,new plastic, having' higher Cut flowers for delivery here or
ida and
more particularly the pro- Sales For Month of July 0 I
design "shoe type" swing clutches, clarity than most optical glass yet
visions of Chapter 17796, Laws of I I for delivery. anywhere in U. S.
ratchet type digging locks (for lock- -. formable in molds without needing wire.
Florida, Acts of 1937, and a certificate I I I I
Ing machine in either or both direc- The following is a report ,filed by I high temperature or pressure, has
of levy by the Board of Super- I MRS. J. M. FOUNTAINDay
tions) long chain drive crawlers the Inspection Bureau of the Department been developed by B. F. Goodrich I
visors of the Clewiston Drainage Phone 82 Night Phone 148-W
District dated June 21, 1945, and (11'1") and with 30" treads and of Agriculture, Tallahassee t Chemical Company and is, palled I IKriston.
chain drive with gasoline engine.. A on gasoline and kerosene consump .
filed with the. Board of County Com-
heavy duty 3/4 yard machine, weight
missioners of Hendry County; Flor- -- ------
38,825 Ib. approximately. F.O.B.
on July 2-- 1945.
Lorain, Ohio $10,300.00. Extra for'
In order to the
meet estimated expenditures '
ja Caterpillar Model D-4600, 6 cylin-
of the Ritta Drainage !
der Diesel Engine Add $1,400.00.
District, in the sum of $11,086.10for
If longer boom than 30 ft. 'is desired -
debt service and the sum of $3-
1 t
add the following for center ay I' -
079.47 for maintenance, making a
'sections: 5 foot section, $75.00; 10
total of $14,165.57, it is, determined '
that foot section, $125.00; 15 foot sec-
a tax levy be made pursuant to
tion, $175.00. We do not
the provisions of the laws of Flor- recom- y, Y /r t
mend longer than 45 ft. boom
ida, and except -
more particularly the provisions /
of Chapter 22882, Laws of for crane work which' 'you. do
not have.
Florida, Acts of 1945, and a certifi-
cate of levy by the Board of Supervisors 3/4 yard Standard Lorain Drag- I'

of the Ritta Drainage District line bucket complete'with teeth and

dated July 18, 1945, and filed with chains, etc., heavy duty type, $525.00. .-
the Board of County Commissionersof Williams; Hendrix or other
., ,
Hendry County, ,Florida, July 21, standard make 'buckets' can 'be furn= '
1945. ished at same price. '

According to the millage so de-( One (1) Model DF6-22* La Crosse 1 crr1::62

termined, fixed and assessed, the total Heavy Duty Trailer, capacity 23'tons
millage to be entered in the at least, equipped with four (4) 825x ,'
column .on the assessment roll for : 15 tires in front and eight (8) r

county taxes for the ;year 1945, is 825 x 15 tires in rear and with 2

5% mills, upon the dollar, coveringa gooseneck front, approximate road
total estimated expenditure of weight 7500 pounds. Price f.o.b.

$87,700.00 for the payment of- neces- LaCrosse, Wisc., $2,158.00.

1 sary operating expenses and inter- We can arrange any kind of rea-

est and sinking fund obligations to sonable terms that you may desire, : .'

be expended by the Board of Coun- such terms adding to the cost only ./' :,

ty Commissioners, and $-.-- by simple interest at 6% on deferred i: I \ ,' \ '
the Board of Public Instruction, with balances and with contract and'notes 1.4 "

an allowance for Clerks estimatesand may be placed 'with a bank with due "

cash carried over-in, the several dates "On or before" any specified

county funds. times. ':

Resolved that the Tax Assessor cf Very truly yours,

Hendry County, Florida, be and he Clewiston Motor Co.,

is. hereby required to levy and assess E. E. Kelly, Pres. ; ;t
all the foregoing taxes as fixed I After discussion the following

and levied by the Board of County motion was made: Motion by Evers '. .. ,#.
Commissioners of Hendry County, I seconded by Waldron that in view of 'h "

" Florida, upon all of the property, the fact that the bids were so close

both real and personal, as described, and that the Clewiston Motor Com- fir

that is subject to taxation, and that pany operates in Hendry Countyand

lie extend the taxes on the valuationof is a large taxpayer that the bid z=:
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such property according to the be awarded to the Clewiston Motor :z: J :.'? 'i"{.i
millage as fixed and determined by Company as follows: One (1) New "", :' '-ii
the Board upon all of the property Latest Model Lorain L-41 Combina- :i

in the County of Hendry, State of tion Clamshell & Dragline'without tV4
: THERE thousands {
.; are,still some jobs to be done by : ;
Florida, as to all taxes levied and buckets) of not under full 3/4 yard '

intended to be entered on the as- capacity, complete with 30' pin con-! ,.; ,, ..> of our boys and girls in uniform some jobs :

sessment roll under the head of nected two-piece boom; latest de-| 4 1 -N- : across the seas. Keep up their morale at Christmastime (.':

county taxes, and also upon'all the sign "shoe type" swing clutches, e when thoughts of home really) "bear down." ,:
property lying and being in the ratchet type digging locks .(for lock-
Be sure they get their Christmas parcels ON TIME. ,; a
South Florida
Conservancy District, machine in either or both direc-
I Sugarland Drainage District, Clew- tions) long chain drive crawlers Here are some very important regulations wise ,;

iston Drainage District and Ritta (11'1") and with 30" treads and 2' senders will respect: Mail packages between September '

Drainage District on the first day of chain drive, with gasoline engine.A '. '..
t, 15th and October 15th, ,1945. Weight limit
January, 1945.Resolved heavy duty ,3/4 yard machine, ( '
further, that the Clerkof weight 38,825 pounds, approximately. is 5 pounds. Size limit 15 inches long,or 36 inches

Circuit Court and ex-officio clerk I ,F.O.B. Lorain, ,Ohio, $10,300.00, combined length and girth. Wrap and seal packages 1

to this board, be and he is hereby equipped with 35 foot boom add y securely. Pack tightly. Address legibly in ink i
directed to furnish Dennis Small, $75.00, 3/4 'yard Standard Lorain "
; or typewriting Prepay postage in full. Send .f fin
Tax Assessor of Hendry County, Dragline bucket complete with teeth money J ,
Florida, a full and complete copy of and chains, etc., $525.00. postal money orders. Do not include perishables, :

the foregoing minutes, insofar as One (1)) Model DF6-22 LaCrosse '', o' intoxicants, inflammables poisons. Avoid fragile ',.
same relates to the subject of levy- Heavy Duty Trailer, capacity 23 tons articles. ;r.- .

ing taxes, describing boundaries, at least, equipped with four (4)) 825x .. i,' .'.tt .-
etc., and a certified copy of said : 15 tires In front and eight (8))

millage as levied and assessed in the 825 x 15 tires in rear and with I
various funds be mailed to ,Hon. J. gooseneck front, approximate road MAIL PACKAGES BETWEEN SEAT J5 OCT 15

I TM. Lee, Comptroller.Upon weight, 7500 pounds. Price f.o.b. I

motion by CommissionerMiner LaCrosse, Wis., $2,158.00. 'With 5%
*In the days to come Florida Motor Lines will have finer coaches and ,
seconded Federal
by CommissionerEvers to be paid by county. Mo- ,,"
called and carried, the above tion carried., better service, to give you more luxurious highway travel than ever before.MACK'S ; '

and foregoing resolution was unan- Motion by Townsend seconded by 1
imously adopted in open session on Evers that Bennett Crawford be requested -
this 4th day of September, 1945. to retain his present positionas .

The hour of 12 o'clock having arrived road foreman and upon roll call pORIDAMOTORIIMES

the time fixed by the Board to the vote was tabulated as follows:

receive bids for the purchase of a Miner, yes; Townsend, yes; Evers,

3/4 yard dragline and 20 ton trailer yes; Waldron, yes, Davidson, yes.
and the clerk having announced that The motion was declared carried. DRUG STORE PHONE 20

proof of publication was on file the Motion by Townsend seconded by
,"t.t, ,following motion was made: Motion Evers that the Board adjourn. Car- '
'<,,:..; "by Miner seconded by Evers that the ried. '
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I : Paving Is Started ; 7VOT1CI3 TO CHEIHTOHSLJIVTJ I 1
CLICK IS I of,11)25: I
WENDELL ,i i On Road 67 At I Ii
Primer of Prosperity I I II IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY I

APPOINTED TO HEAD i Glades 'County Line I rj In JUDGE:STATE re the, OF Estate HCNDRT; FLORIDA.of: COUNTY c''

CU T T IN G fA R N1 pR 0 D U C T0 N C 0 S TSN CR EA SES fA RM A'/4 lI L 4 S l NG R f R I j --- i ij I I EDWARD Deceased.STANLEY RICHMOND.

MIRY COOPERATIVE REDUCES Th'ENAT/ONJ'L/Y/NGCOfTfRESULTS/NSUUND PRDJPfRIT}: I j! Moore Haven Democrat) i lI !! To all Creditors Legatees Distribu

The Brinson Construction Company I tees, and all Persons having Claims or
i NEc/114N/z/4t;ALL Demands .ieaint' said Estate: I
--' I of Tampa You, and each of ,
OP- contractors, on the ; you are hereby
'i PO SBLEARM I notified and
required to present
Moore Haven Democrat) j concrete surfacing of Road 67 from I claims and demands which you,any or 'i
'At a meeting of the members of ( ERATONfMULTPLYNGr1ENS'J' I the Glades County line to State Road I I either estate of of EDWARD you may have STANLEY against the
the Lakeshore Dairies county dairy; r ( / QENOTH 13 J have moved a good number of I I'I deceased, 13.t'of Hendry County --
Friday night of last Irk their Florida, to the Hon. R. M.' Harris
cooperative on j employees here to live while
THE County
y BYM4CWNES- Judge'of
i Hendry County at
week at the courthouse, six members 'I the job is underway. Pouring of'''his office in the County Court House la
were signed up and Robert FIRS'TSTEP concrete is expected to start thelatter !i LaBelle.twelve Hendry County. Florida within .
; months from the date hereof.
Wendell Click of Lakeport was electd 0Oe part of this week on this end I Dated August 3, A. D. 1945.
as president of the organization. /f'Di/VFtvFQ '20WFR. 2A}IOOOHANVJfr'CR. ;;JOUR of the project, at the sharp turn II I ELBERT L. STEWART: ,
D. S. Click was elected to serves 6MILL/ON/ARMS 0 across the railroad north of Palm- I Administrator Edward of the Estate of
a1cA I Stanley Richmond,
vice-president of the group and !dale. 1 i Deceased.
of secretary-treasurer was HAVE OHLY2 fiVLLfOH out "1PNQ1T AM 'To the Executor or Administrator
the office R ] The State Road crew in charge of ;:, The above :
must be published
left vacant until a permanent plant TRACTORS TEBASCpoWER2'aL construction In
i and inspection under a newspaper published in Hendry
Manager can be found. J. E. Thomp- .ALL PROOUC- W. M. Wright as project engineer, ::'County once a .week for 8 weeks (9
temporarily to this publications, and the proof of such
'OOn was named -**- are quartered at the Moore Haven publication (which will be furnished
position. TNETARMS'MUJTQEEffllENTLYMECHANIZED I Hotel. you by the paper) filed in this office.
) I Au-. 17, 24. 31, Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28, Oct.
coOperative -
members of the .
Signing as f S, 1:. I
at this meeting were: TrrATOa HARROW + \1tu I

brute Beardsley, Clewiston, representing ,Y P MODERN fffK/ENT MECNAN- I ... .:-t' : .( -.. -
Beardsley Farms, C. Q. : ; > "".... .'i ..... : : ., _
Russell, D: S. Click, Robert W. ,
Click, representing himself and his OWf? OMFARMS'TO RE&JCE THE
parents, Mr.: and Mrs. Click, J. E. COSTS PRO&UCTVN. Just Arrived !
'Thompson, representing Kurtz and I MOWER
Sons and J. H. Van Cleve. These -- -
teix members were also elected to 8?| 'NOWT CANMILK .HARD'TO GET ITEMS

':serve as the first board of directors. $ ''.': fOLR 7ESASMANYCOWS"
The directors adopted the bylaws BLANKETS BED SPREADS '
of the cooperative, approved the
revolving fund certificates and mar- COMBINEh CURTAINS ,- RUFFLING
Keting agreements, preferred stock ,p1r
"'certificates and other necessary SELF-UQUIDKHNG FARM ELECTRIFICATION ELASTIC t

Iforms.! $6,000.00 of preferred stock WOULD PROWDE BATH TOWELS DIAPERS CLOTH

was subscribed by the members.A 5/3/tOOO FARM fA MI L/E f WITH llf
plant manager is to
'be hired permanent within the next thirty days.A POWER TOR 30O DIFFERENT I I COME: IN" AXD LOOK OVER OUR NEW MERCHANDISE

vacancy was left on the board FARM USES.deasfaclsandSfafisfiCSfrom
V3f directors so that additional mem- Clewiston Dry Goods Co.
"fcers could be added to the Board % 3
Xas other members, who have signified TheharryTr7usonP/an. rCopyright/1945. .I.V.C/ad I W. X. MARTIN
their intention of joining as
soon as they can begin production, .e1 :i a j5.w ._
'come into the co-op.
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The membership went on recordas I IJ
being willing to buy any and all I
milk that can be produced in the
area and would be approved by State ;
at the ceiling price but ,,-. ... ?, R
:inspectors, J. J'I. V+ >;} blY> yr Y? Y )' 'a' kv""WY/ f dy" r .
mot to exceed: the amount produced [ "

fey the membership as the laws gov- .J .d.tti';
turning the cooperative preventing its i itrarcliase : .
." ', :, .
of more milk from out- ".: '
siders than it purchases from mem- "
bers. : '

The cooperative plant, in Clewis- ,
ton, is already in operation, is furn- o'r
ishing most of the milk being used ; :';
:In Moore Haven and is expanding "
rapidly in the Clewiston market .\/:
'area. It is believed that most of .;:/_- :' /r by F K 5 L n
.the milk produced by the co-op can '? t A'r
"be: marketed at retail in this 'area. : J

Faculty And Pupils .. \ '

(Continued fro!!'. Page 1) '.
:Ivin Garrett, Majorie Hand, Mary ,; '. .>. ',:.,:. tI -
Lois Hawkins, Joan Harris, Gene >" ;
Hester, Barbara Jennings, Clara :" .

Jennings, Joyce McDonald, Claude .2' ,
itfcCleod, Beverly Starke, George .. ,
Ann Suggs, Eleanora Tanner, Joyce / I I
Turner, Juanita Turner, Joyce Tanner L .,;: a ;:, :", I
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Richard Twiddy, Iris Ann ,
Watton.Wright, Billy Watton and Alfred } ;

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I E 9 Joe Doakes doesn't count sheep any wonderfully cooled,, clear around the :; :,::":,; : \

more. He counts ice cubes! '
clock from morning to night with, :,

: SALES HAVE INCREASED They don't help him drop off to sleep controlled temperature and humidity, .-' *j.' :

VERY RAPIDLY IN THE either, but at least he can dream, can't he? day after day, summer or winter. f.

PAST! SIX MONTHS I Poor Joe just can't get his forty winks If'Joe doesn't want to be caught napping, ,;

these hot, muggy .nights says his bed he'll come down to Belcher Industries :':' '

.r I room is like a Turkish: bath long after with his architect or ''consulting, engineer /'

+ i DO NOT LET THE: ONE that evenin' sun goes down and the and order an air conditioning system '.

t YOU WANT GO TO skeeters eat him alive if he tries to snooze tailored to fit his needs. .. -

on the porch! '.
SOMEONE ELSE The Belcher Industries will fill all orders '

.. It's plain to see that Joe never heard that in sequence. just as soon as equipment

modern air
conditioning is made available by the .
Price Trend. Is engineered by the BE LCHER Government. A depositnow _

UpwardbetterBUY Belcher Industries
will insure '
you ;
NOWCLEWISTON provides clean, fresh air, of !
priority delivery t
A OMs ion of .

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Sole Distributors in South Florida of Carrlsr Air Conditioning and Refrigeration ',IaAGE

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